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T THE SALT LAKE HERALD AW SATURDAY ATrltD1YGJ2STc AUGUST AUGUST1919O 19 1 1905 c 7
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HEAD liE V HARDY HARDYDEFEATS HARDYt HARDYDEFEATS
t DEFEATS DEFEA TS SAMMY SAMMYiErench S MY MYench
bench ench Style Results in Downfall of ofProvos OfProvos f
Provos Lrovo 1 Pride on PndeAN n d r rAN
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1 1AN
AN OVATION OVATIONFOR FOR DOWNING DOWNINGMAN OWNINGMAN
I
MAN WHO BEATIVER BEATiVEf1 BEA T IVER LAWSON LAWSONGETS LAWSON LAWSONGETS I IGETS
GETS HIS IN TURN TURNHeady TURNt TURNHeady TURNHedy
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Heady Hardy the most mostlitTer popular popularrider p lar larrftler
rider on the saucer track is the th way wayone wayone wayone
one should address a certain cartain pedal pedalpusher pedalpU8hera pedalpUtther
pusher pU8hera among ong the stable of riders at atthe atthe atthe
the Salt Palace whose name naine appears appearson
on the programme as Hardy K Down Downing Doning DownIng ¬
ing of San Jose JoseIt Jos California CaliforniaIt
It is all because Downing made SAm SJamuelson SAmuelson Sam1elon
uelson look like a Selling plater in the thematch thematch thematch
match race raceS best two in three heats heatsdistance heatsdistance heatsdistance
distance onehalf on half mile The crowd < ovd and llntlthere andthere inlthere
there was a large one didnt think thinkDowning thinkDowning thinkDowning
Downing couldbdo it When Whent it was all allover allover allover
over Heady Hardy was given the thegreatest thereat8l8toV6tlon thegreatst
greatest reat8l8toV6tlon ovation a rider has received receivedthis rece receivedthis ed edthis
this season 8 season seasonThe ason asonThe J JThe
The race was a practical demonstra demonstration demonstration demonstratton ¬
tion of otthat that axiom atlommlnd mind is greater greaterthan greatertIlan groaterthan
than matter m ltter Nj i > 6ne One ever accused accusedDowning a accusedDownInof used usedDowningof
Downing Downingof of having having n ten thousand tb usand dol dollar dollar doJar ¬
lar pair of legs but all agree that he heis heis
is long on bead he work That latter was waswell waswell waswell
well oileC oklast last evening and the Pride Prideof Prideor Prideof
of Provos1 Provosreputatfofl reputation Teceived a great greatsetback greattback greatsetback
setback tback
French Style Did It ItThe Itrhe itt
t The race was French style the only onlylair onlyfair
11 fair way to test the ability of a bicycle bicyclerider bicyclerider bicycleAder
rider and Downingtook Downing took the first two twoheats twoheats twoheats
heats In the first flrstSamuelson Samuelson led set setting setting setting ¬
ting a slow pace and at the back backstretch backstretch backstretch
stretch of the next to last lap Down Downing Downing DownIng ¬
ing shot by and started for the tape tapeSamuelson tapeSamuelson tapeSamuelson
Samuelson was after him but Dbwn Downing Dbwno Dbwning ¬
o ing was never headed and won won by a alength ar ar
r length lengthThe lengthThe lengthThe
The second race saw something hap happen happen happen ¬
pen that has never happened before in inthis intnls Inthis
this city but frequently frequ nU does on east eastern eastrrn eastera ¬
era and European Europe n tracks At the pis pistol pistol pieto ¬
tol crack both men stood still neither neithertaking neIthertaking neithertaking
taking the pace They The stoodon stqod on the thotape thetape thetape
tape for nearly 0 a minute andldhirty andldhirtyseconds and thirty thirtyseconds hirtyseconds
seconds arguing the point wltlt the theofficials theofficl theofficials
officials officl ls when Samuelson suddenly suddenlyshotout suddenlyshoSout suddenlyshot
shotout shoSout shot out and got a lead leadof of fifteen yards yardson
on LJownlng hardy was vas a after ter him In Inan inan
an Instant and In two laps was on his hiswheel hiswhe hiswheel
whe wheel t A lap from home Downing Downingcame Downingame Downingcame
came out and rode around winning by byhalf byltal byhalf
half a 8 length This race was probably probablythe
the hit of the seasons season TV TVWorlds
1 Worlds Record Combination CombinationThe ombin tl n nThe i
The combination of Jimmy Jlmm Bowler Bowlerand Bowlerand Bowlerand
and Hollister broke broken a worlds record recordon
on the threequarter mile handicap handicapm handicapBowler handicapBowler
m Bowler was wa the man who furnished the themotive themoth themotive
motive power and Holllster did the thesprinting thesprinting thesprinting
sprinting and the combination made madeone madeone madeone
one of the best be t handicaps seen for some sometime sometintC sometime
time The limit men through Burris Burrisand Burris311d Burnsand
and Ed Heagren got in fop some of the thepurse thepurse thepurse
purse money mone The middle men com composed comPosed cornpcsei ¬
posed of such old timers as as Bardgett BardgettWilliams BardgettWHUnms BardgettWilliams
Williams and Hopper fell asleep dur during durjng during
ing the racft rnc and iel HoIlisTfer Hom coming comingrfrom cominetram comingdroni
tram scratch and Bowler from the thetwentyyard thetwentyard thetwentyyard
twentyyard mark go by them like a apassenger apassenger apassenger
passenger train past a slow freight freightThe freightThe freight1he
The time was 122 4 4k 1 which will prob probably probably probably ¬
ably remain as a record mark for or a afew aCc afew
few Cc days at least leastFor leastFOr leastFor
For the first time this season the therule therule therule
rule in regard to teaming was w lived livedup livedup livedup
up to Jn p the two mile pro lap > race raceThat mceThatla raceThat
That Thatla is the dope in Mr 11 Batchelders Batchelderslittle Batchelderslittle Batchelderslittle
little book was carried out as its author authorintended authorintended authorIntended
intended It should be There was team teaming teaming teamIng ¬
ing and it was announced to the public publicand publicand publicandth
and andth the public 1 > ublieldt evidently > > ntly liked It and andnary andnarY andnary
nary narY e bicycle rider kicked because becausethey b becausethey cause causethey
they did not have havea < a kick coming The Thet Thetfloams Theteams
t teams ams were named and when wheoit it was all allover alII allover
over the combination worked by Sam Samuelson samuelson am amuelson ¬
uelson aria Hollister got pt the money moneyWhere moneyWhere i
Where Hume Shines ShinesThe ShinesThe I
The m n n killing pursuit race saw aw two twovery twoI two6ly twoveny I
very 6ly tired riders after aft r the he big field had hadbeen hadbeen
been put out of business They were wereCarl wereCarl wereCarl
Carl Redman and McCormick Ic ormlck Mc McOormlck McCormlek Ic I ICormick
Oormlck had Just enough steam left to tosend tosend I
send Redman to third position when whenJack wbenTack whenJack
Jack Hume came tearing down downlhe downlhetrack the thetrack thetrack
track and settled the race The man mantvho manwho manwho
who Invented this cork puller must musthave must11Rve mustbare
have known that Timberline intend intended intendro intended ¬
ed to ride a bicycle some day and anflmolded anda anImolded
a molded moldelthtA tht th Australian pursuit pur ult race racefor racefor
T for his Mwtrltlbenefit MwtrltlbenefitThe eepeeIl Pfflal benefit benefitThe benefitThe
The summaries summariesHalf summariesHalf mnunarieaHa1l
Half mile amateur final Redman RedmanCastro RedmanCastro RedinanCastro
Castro Wilcox Time 89 48 48Half 46Half 45Half
Half mile match race ra e French style stylebetween styleb stylebetween
between b ween Downing and Snmueleon won wonby wony wonby
by y Downing In two straight heats heatsTimes heeUsTlmefl hetzTimes
Times 106 25 217 1i 16Threequarter 1iThreequarter 1iThreequarter
Threequarter mile professional professionalhandicap pr professionalandlcap fesslonal fesslonalIJanic
handicap IJanic p Hoi HolUater lister scratch Burns BurrisSO
SO yard Heugren 100 yards ards Bowler Bowlerto
20 yards Time 128 45 Former Formerrecord Formerrecord Formert
t record 125 35 3 held by B Bardgett BardgettAut BrdgetiAut xdgetf xdgetfAustralian
Australian Aut dlan pursuit amateur Hume HumeMcCortnick Hu HulIcColmlck HuxnMcCormick
McCormick Redman R dman West Time TIm
440 35 Distance 2 mIles 1 12 laps lapsTwo lapsTwo lapsTwo
Two mile professional lap l p Samuel SamuelHon Samuelu
Hon on u Bardgett Hopper Williams Time Time5S TimeQRGANIZE
358 358ORGANIZE 5S 5SQRGANIZE
QRGANIZE STATE LEAGUE LEAGUESalt LEAGuSalt LEAGUESalt
Salt Lake Association Football Team TeamMeets TeamMcets TeamNeets
Meets and Lays Plans for Vigorous Vig Vigorous Vgorous ¬
orous Campaign This Fall FallAt FallAt FallAt
At a a meotiiiK = of the th Salt Lake associ association association asseciation ¬
ation football team last evening It was wasdecided wnslded wasdeddsd
decided lded to at once organize a a state state league leagueof
of association teams to play Dla during the thecomipg thecOmlg theconag
comipg conag season 8 8ICOn So far f the Salt I Lake ake teanv teanvjxas tc m m1UiS
has received r elved some aaeuranoe a UnlnOf from Eureka
Provo Salt Lake LJ Ranger Park City
Binebam and Sunny Sunn1stde side that they will
Join the loajru 1eau with strong stron teams
Peter A 4 Snedden was elected electedtlecretar electedtlecretaror eIectedecrctaryof > ecrctary ecrctaryof
of the th club In place of Chaa Cha U Adamson Adamsonwho AdamsonWho Adamsonwho
who has left t > ft the sate and teams are arerequested arerequested arerequested
requested to correspond corre lOnd with Mr lr Sned Sned6en
den whose address is 485 4a Eighth Ehhtllstreet Ehhtllstreetthis street streetthis streetthis
this city cityThe cityThe
The S Salt aJt Jt Lake association feotbell lov loveru lovenJ byens
eru feel t 1 that an effort should be made to
boost the sport here tHis year as 1i the theeastern the8tern thestern
eastern < stern collezes are now beginning to totake totake totak6
take An n Interest in the came am e an and the thecoming theOJDlng thecoming
coming < of an English team to this tbJ count countthis countI1 countthis
this thl fall to meet teams tean in n the Unit CnlteG
State SUI and Canada will probably Drobt Jly bring
the t hs sport prominently before the pub ¬
lic I li
licAt At t last nights meeting it was decided decidedt
t 10 o run an excursion excur lon to Ogden canyonaPQut canyon canyonabout c non nonatout
about Auer AU 26 6 under the nMumcement nMiDB montot of ofli ofI
< li he tWO > Salt Lake teams These teamswould teamsveuId teams teamswould
would like Uk to have Ogden OJd n get g t a a team in inshape inshape
shape by b that time to play pla an exhibition exhibitiongamo eXhl exhibitionid UJUon UJUongamo
1 id gamo gamoThe
f The Daynes D ynes Jewelry company have Of Off Of1red jtfred
f fred red a sliver cup to be played 1 > 1a for by the theleague theleo theleague
league leo guo clubs this fall fallChess fallf
f 1
Chess Masters at It Again AgainBremen AgainBremen AgainBremon
Bremen Germany Ausr 18 18Vhen When play Dla
in j tho international chess masters tour tournament tourr ¬
th nament n was stopped s p for or luncheon o today
nr1 r1
r three eames aiies hd been orn finished n I and n ooti all allWOTA a awore
wore W drawn drwnnamety namely those between Tschl Tschland Tschirln Tachigorin
gorin rln anq an 1aroczy rocz Burn and Schleller Schlellerand Schleilerand I
and Suechlirig Su cliUng and Wolf Vol Two games ad adjourned adjourned adjourned ¬
journed from the e fourth round ro nd were also alsorfecocflod Iflsorec Jso Jsorecpzlotl
rfecocflod rec J o liS s drawn Thesewere These were T re Maroojtj Maroojtjvs lI rO z zVI
vs AJaoln A1 pl and John vs Tschl TlHh1orfn TlHh1orfnr TlHh1orfnJohn TschLonjnJohn rorin rorinJohn
r
John P Robinson baritone soloist olol t at atLagoon atLagoon atLagoon
Lagoon Sunday August 20 at i and andp 7 7rt ip
p m mTI inn
rt H SJddoway tenor soloist at Ia Lagoon Iaf ¬
goon Sunday at 4 and 7 p 1 m
f 1
t 8 HERALD SPORtSJ SPORTS i
STANDING OF THE TEAMS TEAMSPacific TEAMSPacific TEAMSPacific
Pacific Coast League LeagueWon LeagueWon LeagueWon
Won Lost L08tP PSeattle P Ci CiTacoma c c8
Seattle 8 7
lortiand ort an S 9 s se seTacoma
Tacoma TacomaSun 8 8 aSan
Sun Francisco 1 rancsco nclsco > 8 8 1
OuklancJV Ouklnnl 8 9 1 1Los j jLos
Los Angeles ij G j19 < l9 4 4j 4National
< j National N tion I1e League LeagueWtJn Leaguen pe Q QW6n
WtJn n Lost Lostev i C Cew
Jjew ev York 76 s 31 31iBlftsburg iiitsburg 1 1roo
iBlftsburg tsburg 7 f 03 roo 19 40 40Ghleapo 40llilnago I5J I5JQhlgago
Ghleapo < 61 48 48Uhlladelphia 4Snhlln s ioo iooBiiadc1phia
Uhlladelphia nhlln < 1elphla fflJT 11 > 50 48 48Glhelnnati 48QrnClpnntr fi fiGineipuati
Glhelnnati f i 58 51 51s 51Sf 5 5at
s Sf Louis 43 4 cs csBoston G8iBoston 1ST 1STBoston
Boston r 36 6 75 75Brooklyn 7UBrooklyn t4 t4Brooklyn
Brooklyn i r 33 74 74Americfh 71Ameri 74Americffn
Ameri Americfh fhteague League LeaguePhiladelphia Ceague CeagueWon f
Won Won L LaatPO LaatPOPhiladelphia t P c1 c1Phlladelph
Philadelphia a i V t60 i3J > y 12 12Chicago 620 620Chlc meChicago
Chicago Chlc go t4 S < IQ 57i 57iCleveland 51te 574Cleveland
Cleveland e w > 57 7 7Npw 44 561 561New
j jE
New York gk s 50 45 520 520Boston 526Boston
Boston 43 9 46 515 515Detroit 515Detroit
Detroit E gft 4S i iWashington 64 64Washington l 4T1S 4T1SWashington
Washington 39 3 X1 TO 334 334St 19 19St IJ4St
St LOU Louis 34 63 313 313vs 313g 313Western
vs g
Western Wc tern League LeagueVon Le LeagueWon gue guei I
i Von v n Lost L P C CDes cDes CDes
Des Moines 73 35 j 676 676Denver 676Denvcr 676Ilenver
Denver 61 45 576 576Slqux 5i6Sfqux 576Slqux
Slqux City 57 IS 46 553 553Omaha 553Omaha
Omaha 55 48 4 4Pueblo 534 534Pueblo 53 53Pueblo
370 370St 27OSt m mSt
Pueblo 37 63 <
St Joseph JosephPACIFIC 29 29PACIFIC 75 75PACIFIC
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE LEAGUESeattle LEAGUESeattle LEAGUESeattle
Seattle Aug 18 lSBaum Baum held the Seattle Seattleiteam Seatttt Seattleteani
iteam t am down to six scattered hits this aft aftornoon attornool1 at C Cernooji
ornoon Not a home man crossed the theplate th9ptato theplate
plate while fOur fd r of t the th visitors vi ltors made madetheir madothelr madetheir
their way around the circuit The hits hitssecured hltAs hitasecured
secured s cured off Millers delivery deliver were costly costlyScorn cost1 cost1ScorA cosUyScorn
Scorn R R H IISeattlB HSeattle Eis EisSeattle
Seattle O 6 cLos T TLos 1 1LOIs
Los Angeles i4 4 7 a aBatteries 3 3Batteriosliller 3BatteriesMiller
Batteries Batteriosliller Miller and Clark Baum and andSpies andSplos andSpies
Spies Umpire UmvlreParrlnc UmvlreParrlncPortlot UmtdrePornlncPort1aul Parrine r rPortland ±
Portland d AUb Aug18 SaiiFrancisqo 185a < Francisoo again againwonfrom againwon againwon
wonfrom won rom Portland today in a1 < 1 tratlpr tratlprclose rather ratherclose ra r rclose
close but not exciting game The score scoreH scoreRHE scorePortland
RHE RHEPortland H E EPortland
Portland 0 5 2 2San 2San 2San
San Francisco 3 5 i iBatteriesEssick A ABatteries 1 1DatteriesEsslcltnndlcLean
Batteries DatteriesEsslcltnndlcLean BatteriesEssick Esslck andMcLean and McLean Henley Henleyand Henleyand Henleyand
and Shea Umpire UnivlreDavls UnivlreDavlsSan Davis Davisan
San an Francisco Aug 18 180aldand Oakland was wasshut wasshut W5shut
shut out today toda by Tacoma Brown Brownpitched Brownpitched Brownpitched
pitched a fine game allowed but four fourhits fourhits fourhits
hits and was well we supported Iburg was wasbatted wasbatted wasbatted
batted for the same number of hits but butthad buthad buthad
had difficulty in getting the ball over overthe overth overthe
the th plate Ho walked eight men Er Errors Errors Errena ¬
rors by Duqleavy DUfll avy Byrnes and Devere Deveroaux Devereaux Devereau
Tacomasthree Tacomasthreeruns three threeruns threeruns
aux au were responsible for Tacomas
runs Score
R i H B BTacoma ETocoma BTacoma
Tacoma i 4 P POakland 0 0Oakland 0d
Oakland 0 4 3 3BotteriesBrown J JBatteries
Batteries BotteriesBrown Brown and d Hogan Byrnes Byrnesand Byrnesand Byrnesand
and Iburg Umpire UmplrelcDonaId UmplrelcDonaIdNATIONAL UmpireMcDOnaldNATIONAL McDonald McDonaldNATIONAL
NATIONAL LEAGUE LEAGUEBrooTclyn LEAGUEBroolthn LEAGUEBroOklyn
BroOklyn Aug ug 18 181n In a pitchers battle battlehare bottlehare battlehere
hare today Plttsburg defeated dcfoatedBroqklyn dcfoatedBroqklynBoth BrooklynBoth Brooklyn BroqklynBoth
Both Leaver and MCIntyre were effective effectiveAttendance dtcctiveAttendance effectiveAttendance
Attendance 1000 Score ScoreBrooklyn >
R jH H Jtii JtiiBrooklyn EBrooklyn
Brooklyn > u l 5 1 1Pittsburg 1Pittsburgo 1Pittsburg
Pittsburg 2 2Batteries 5 e 0 0BatteriesMcIntyre 0BatteriesMcIntyre
Batteries BatteriesMcIntyre Mclntyre and Ritter Leever Leeverand Leeverand Leeverand
and Peltz PeltzPhiladelphia PeltzPhiladelphia PeltzPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Aug AuglHits 1 1Hits Hits were pleat plentiful plentlful pleatfu ¬
ful In todays Rome g me Both Brown and andPlttinger andPJttlnger andPlttinger
Plttinger weredriv n to the bench Tay Taylor Taylor Taybr ¬
lor and Sparks going gat g to the rubber The Thevisitors Thevisitors Thevisitors
visitors finally won Attendance 2800 2800Score 2800Score 2500Score
Score
R H E ESt ESt ESt
St Louis 11 1 1D 1DPhiladelphia ° 2 2Philadelphia 2Philadelphia
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaBatteriesBrown M 9 12 3 3Batteries 3BotteriesBrotn
Batteries BotteriesBrotn Brown Taylor and Grady GradyPittingor Grad30Pittinger GradyPittingor
Pittingor Sparks and an Dooln DoolnBoston DoolnBoston DooinBoston
Boston Aug IS lSTwo Two heavy heaV batting battinggames b battinggames ttlng ttlngbames
games were contested here today toda Boston Bostonwinning Bostonwinning Bostonwinning
winning the first and Cincinnati the sec second second eeccod ¬
ond in ten innings Attendance 3100 S100Score 3100Score 3100Score
Score ScoreFirst ScoreFirst ScoreFirst
First Game R H E EBoston EDoaton BBoston
Boston 12 17 17Cincinnati 17Cincinnati I IClnclht1ati
Cincinnati 08 08Batteries 0 8 4 4BatteriosVilUs 4BatteriesWillis
Batteries BatteriosVilUs Willis and Moran WalkerHarDer WalkerITarer Walker WdlkerIIar1er
HarDer Barker and Street StreetSecond StreetSecond StreetSecond
Second Gamar Oam > R pCincinnati H J2 J2Cincinnati E ECincinnati
Cincinnati 8 1A 1AB08tAJn Z ZBoston 2Boston
Boston 7 14 1 1BatteriesCheoh 14BatteriesCheoh 2 2Batteries
Batteries BatteriesCheoh Chech Overall and Schloi SchloiWllhelm SchleilIhelm SchIelWilhelm
Wllhelm lIhelm Harley and Needhnm NeedhnmNew NeedhnmNew NeedhamNew
New turk Aug IS ISIn In a toninning toninninggame toninningGKme teninntngame
game ame today New York defeated uCoatedChioago uCoatedChioagoAttendance Chicago ChicagoAttendance ChicagoAttendance
Attendance 0000 Scoro
R Ii H E
Chicago 4 7 7New 2 2New 2NewYork
New NewYork York > 5 56 56BatteriesBr1ggs 6 6Batteries GBatteriesBriggs
Batteries BatteriesBriggs BrigKs Welmer Vel mer and Kline I lIng
McGlnnity and Bowerman BowermanAMERICAN BowermanAM BowermanAMERICAN
AMERICAN AM ERICAN LEAGUE LEAGUEDetroit LEAGUE LEAGUEDutrolt LEAGUEDetroit
Detroit Aug IS 18Dotrblt Detroit won a pltch pltchnce nltchera lteh ltehera
era battlo from Boston today Atfentl Atfentlnco Attentiance
ance nce 3600 3fj Score
R 1iILE H E
Detroit 2 5 5Boston 2 2Boston I
Boston 1 i 5 1 1Batteries 1BatteriesDonovan 1 1BatteriesDonovan
Batteries BatteriesDonovan Donovan and Warner Young Youngmid Youngand I Ind
mid nd Criger CrieerChicago CrigerClilcago CrigerChicago
Chicago Aug 18 18Chlcago Chicago won a a six sixinning slxinning sixliming
inning game from NewYork today Rain Rainstopped Rainstopped Rainstopped
stopped the game game Attendance 8800
Score ScorQtChlcago
R BILE BILEChicago BE E EChicago Ei EiNew
Chicago 16 6 9 9New 1 1New
New York r 0 6 6BatteriesWhite C CBatteries 2BatteriesWhite
Batteries BatteriesWhite White Smith and McFarland McFarlandOrth McFarlandOrth McFarlandOrth
Orth Newton and Kiel KlelnoW KlelnoWCieveland KlcinowCleveland now nowCleveland
Cleveland Aug 18 18Cleote1if Cleveland was un unable unable unable ¬
able to hit Hughes and Washington n won woneasily woneasily Yoneasll
easll easily Attendance 2800 Scorer ScoreR ScorerB1IE
R B1IE B1IECleveland H E ECleveland EC
C Cleveland r i > I v 0 Z 3 3VashlnKton 3Washington
Washington > V l 5 8 0 0BatttrfeslIoore UBattorlesMoore
1 Battorles BatttrfeslIoore Moore Jiall all and Buelow BuelowHughes BuelowHughes
Hughes and Heydon HeydonSt Hey o oSt
I
St Louis Aug IS lBsf 13St St Louis Loui tntl and Phil Philadelphia PhtlaiIflphla Philadeiphia ¬
adelphia battled to a sixteenInning tie tietoday tietoday I
today the final score s orc being 3 to 3 The Thevisitors Thevisitors Thevisitors
visitors scorned to have h ave the contest won wonIn wonIn
In the ninth inning innhigwhon when with two mon xnonout monout menout I I
out and no runs Henley let down and andwas andwns andwas
was hit safely five 1ve times Waddell took tookhis tookhis i ihis i
his place pla o and pitched sensational ball ballfor ballfor al1 al1for
for the remainder of the game Glade Gladepitched Gladenltch GladeDttChCd
pitched nltch brilliant ball for St Louis after aftert1te afterthe
the second Inning 7 Attendance J500 J500saorfti 3500SoorQ 500 500Score
Score ScoreSLLouis
R H E ESt ESt
St SLLouis Louis 3 13 1 1Philadelphia 1PhilAdelphia 1Phiiadelphia
Philadelphia 3 13 1 1Batteries 1D1tterlesGtado 1BAtteriesGlade
Batteries D1tterlesGtado Glade and Spencer Henley HenleyWaddoll Henled11 1IenleyWaddoll
Waddoll d11 and Barton BartOriWESTERN BartonWESTERN BitrtOiiWESTERN
I
WESTERN LEAGUE LEAGUEPueblo LEAGUEPueblo j jPueblo
I
Pueblo Colo olo Aug 18 18Hom Home runs in inthe inthe inthe
the eighth by Mott Iott and Bader were the thefeatures theteatures thefeatures
features of o the hardhitting gp gnat xc in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which Pueblo won from Omaha 13 to 2 2The 2The 2The
The locals loc ls pounded Hall at will Lindsay Lindsayfor
for or Pueblo allowed only two hits after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the second inning Score
2 BHE BHEluebbo P H E EPueblo Eueb10
Pueblo > IS 1 12 12Omaha v vOmaha uO
Omaha O 2 9 9Batteries 9BatteriesLindsay
Batteries BatteriesLindsay rl rl Lindsay Llnd and < i Shrlver iirlv r HoJ Hani Haniand HoJand Hall Halland
and Gondinff GondinffDenveii Gondlnr1env Gondin2rIenvee
Denveii r1env Aug A Alig g IS lSDes iADes rDes Monies Md1e r won vo on a awell auglri1 awell i i
well played game from Denver today todaySchaub
Schnub uglri1 pitched h the better ftrr ball 1r and d would wouldhave woUldhave rd
have won bin b for errors in the first in innlaz innla innia i
nlaz nla Score ScoreDenver ScoroDenver ScoreDenver
Denver 3 11 11Des 2 2Des 2Des
Des Moines olncs i 12 I l lBatteries 1BatterIesSchaub 1 1BatterlesSchaub
Batteries BatterIesSchaub Schaub and Lucia Leifiek Leifiekund Leltiellnd Lelfiebnd
und nd Dexter DexterSioux DexterSioux DexterSioux
Sioux City Aug IS ISThe The locals beat St StJoseph StJoseph StJoseph
Joseph tdHajj to a for fore ths ourth fourthy successive successivegame sU Sueive1game slc slcgame
game with a shutout 4 I to 0 Score ScoreR St t e eR
R H E ESioux ESioux BSioux
Sioux City Clt 4 6 2 fSt 2St 2StJoseph
St StJoseph Joseph 0 3 3attorles 1 1BatteriesNowlll 1BatteniesNewliz
BatteriesNowlll attorles Newlin and Starnagle Jones Jonesid JonesaCid Jpnesahd
aCid id Zinran ZinranAMERICAN ZinranAMERICAN ZinranAMERICAN
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONAt
iAt At t Kansas City CityK CityKansas Kansas nsns CityMilwau C CtyMilwtjkeo tYMlIw u ¬
keo no game rain rainAt rainAt rainAt <
At St Paul PaulSt St Foul PouI4UnneapoUSf PouI4UnneapoUSfAmerican 4Minneapolis 4MinneapolisAmerican 4b24inneapoii5American
American Boat Wins Final FinalCharlotte FinalCJ1arlottQJ FinalChaniott
Charlotte CJ1arlottQJ 2 2c > Y YAUIr i Auff8 Aug STI1e Tlie Anieri Aniericon Amerlcap Abericap
cap yacht won on th t1tpCan the Canada iJa cup en up p today todnywinning todaywinning W Wwinningfrom >
winningfrom winning from the Tcmeraire the fifth and andd and andtId andleidig
d tId Hdirg ig rar IroquoJs fiufohed 2 i min uiinpf minq winfq
fq q al1 ad < 1 16 fJHonds alla alieae 01 6 nfr pf rival ri ra a I
IANOTHER ANOTHER VICTIM VICTIMOF VICTIMOF
OF AUTO CRAZE CRAZEWebb
Webb Jay Crashes Through Fence Fencei FenceWhile
i While le in inRace inRaceMAY Race RaceMAY i iMAY
MAY LIVE SAY SURGEONS SURGEONSCROP
CROP OF DAREDEVILS SEEMS TO TOBE TOBE TOBE
BE GROWING LESS LESSBuffalo LESSButlalo LESSBuffalo
Buffalo N Y Aug 18 lBWebb Webb Jay of ofCleveland ofleve ofCleveland
Cleveland leve and was as probably fatally In Indured injured injured
jured at Kcnllworth park today in the theten theten
ten mile automobile race At t the thethreequarters thethreequarters thethreequartcrs
threequarters of the fourth mile Jays Jaysmachine Jaysmachine Jaysmnchine
machine crashed through the fence fencedown fencedown fencedown
down an embankment of fifteen feet feetand feetand feetand
and into a a pond of water What caused causedthe causedthe causedthe
the accident is not known It Is be believed believed believed ¬
lieved however that Jay was blinded blindedby blindedby blindedby
by dust and steered Into the fence He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was driving about a a mile a minute when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the accident happened happenedJay happenedJay happenedJay
Jay was racing with Lytle and Bur Burman Burman Burman
man At the threequarters turn Jay Jaywas JaYwas Ja1was
was third and the dust cloud of the theother theother theother
other two cars hung over him Just at atthe atthe atthe
the threequarters three quarters the track had been beenbanked beenbanked beenbanked
banked with dirt taken from the theexcavation lheexcavation theexcavation
excavation which had left a deep hole holejust holejust h1ejust
just beyond the fence Heavy rains rainshad raInshad iatnshad
had transformed the hole into a a deep deeppond deeppond deeppond
pondJust pondJust pond pondJust
Just aa asJay Jay rounded the turn his hIscar hIscarcrashed car carcrashed carcrashed
crashed through the fence downthe downthefifteen down the thefifteen thefifteen
fifteen foot embankment and Into lnt the thewater th thwater thewater
water Jay unconscious would have havedrowned havedrowned havedrowned
drowned had not two spectators sit sitting sItting sitting ¬
ting on the fence nearby gone to his hisrescue hisrescue hisrescue
rescue and dragged him out He was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken to the German hospital where it itwas itwas itwas
was found that nine ribs were broken brokenone brokenone brokenone
one of his lungs was punctured andhis andhisright andhisrIght and1hisright
right femur was fractured Pneumonia Pneumoniaand
and pleurisy It is believed will set In Inwithin inwithin Inwithin
within twentyfour hours and nd if he hesurvives hesurvives hesurvives
survives them he may live the sur surgeons surgeons sungeons ¬
geons say sayY sayY sayY
Y M C A DAY PROGRAMME PROGRAMMEEntry
Entry Blanks Out and List of Events EventsFor EventsFor EventsFor
For Athletesat AthletesatLagoon Lagoon Next NextSaturday NextSaturday NextSaturdayS
Saturday SaturdayEntry SaturdayEntry SaturdaySEntry
Entry blanks are out for the Y M I C CA CA CA
A field day at tho Lagoon next Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day a week from today In addition additionto
to a number numb r of otregular regular events there therewill therew11l therewill
will be bea a basket b sket ball game between the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first Y M C A team and two picked pickedteams pickedtenmsfrom pickedteams
teams tenmsfrom from the Y M 10 C A each play playing plaYInb plarIng ¬
ing the first team one half There will willalso willalso willalso
also be a a boys baseball game in the themorning themorning themorning
morning between b < twcen two picked teams from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the association associationThe aSlo laUon laUonThe
The entry blanks are now In the hands handsof
of Physical Director Burtner and all or orthe orthe orthe
the members of the association who wish wishto wishto wialtto
to take part should enter their nam96at namesat names namesat
at once onceThe onceThe onceThe
The Hat of events Is as follows followsJunior followsJunior folioasJunior
Junior events 1030 a m mFICt Fifty yards yardsdash yardsdash yardsdash
dash 100 yards run 220 yards run 440 440yards 410yards 440yards
yards relay 50yard swim swimSenior swimSenIor swimSenior
Senior events 330 p m ml00 100 yards yardsdash yardsdash yardsdash
dash 220 yards run 440 yard run SSO SSOyards SSOyuds 880yards
yards run SSO yards relay 50yard swim swim100yard swimleoyard swim100yard
100yard swim swimIntermediate swimIntermediate swimIntermediate
Intermediate events 330 p m mFitt mFittyards mFiftyyards Fifty Fiftyyards
yards dash 100 yards fun 220 yards run
440 0 yards relay 50yard swim swimPOSTAL swimPOSTAL swimPOSTAL
POSTAL CARD BRINGS BRINGSWORD BRINGSWORD I IWORD
WORD FROM TOM BUTLER BUTLERDear
+ Dear Walter Received Receiv d your lot lotCame 1e Jotter t tt +
t + t ter r Came Cam very near the th finish line linobat linebt linebut +
bat son O K once more and tak takIng takmit + f fing
+ ing tickets No more jumps for me meThere + 4 4There t tThere
+ There Is not enough in it Yours YoursI YoursDictt YoursDice +
I + 4 Dice the Dead One Onef OneThe On OnThe +
+ f The abye ab e communication was re recehcd + t
4 4 + ceived by b Walter niter Bardgett Bnr get one of off otthe ofthe +
+ f the rldors at tho saucer track tra k yes ye8terda yestorday 4 44torday
4torday + terda torday It was wrltton on a postal po postalcard tal talcard + f
4 + card The postal card did not bear bearany bearan + 4any
+ any an evidence of having been beenscorched +
4 + 4 scorched neither djd it looK likq lIk a abrand
i 4 + > brand used In any other world In Inj Infact Infact
j + fact It was a common everyday cv rdny pee postal poetab
4 tal card ard sold by Uncle Sam It bore borefa borea I
+ fa a North Yaklma Wash postmark postmarkand
+ f and was dated Aug J ug 15 The slgna slgnature signatune f ff
+ f ture was w8sthatot that of Tom Butler or orVoJo orVoJo + t tnotice
+ VoJo the Vontant whose death deathi deathnotice +
+ notice was published in the press prossthroughout 4 4throughout + f fthrotiRhout
i + throughout the country a week ago agoThe agoThe + 4
4 + The notice was sent out from Butte Buttethe Buttethe 4 4f +
+ f the ame tQwn that sent out the thereport thereponl 4
+ report report that Tklunroo had knocked knockedJIm knockedJim + t tt
+ t Jim Jeffries down The original re report 4 4port 4
4 + port In both b th cases ca es should have been 4 1
4 coppered Tommy Butler IB ii a avery 4
4 4 very much live man mattt 4 4GOLFERS +
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4ett t + + + + + + + + + t + e + + 4 + t + t + t + + t + 4 4GOLFERS + t tGOLRERS
GOLFERS DOWN TO FINALS FINALSSeattle FINALSSeattl FINALSSeattle
Seattle in the West and Pittsburg in inthe inthe iiithe
the East Will Settle Where Wherethe Wherethe Wherethe
the Exmoor Cup Goes GoesChicago GOescblcago GoesChicago
Chicago Aug 18 1SThe The finals In tpe tpeExmoor tbo tboExmoor bo boExmoor
Exmoor golf tournament cup up will be beplayedtomorrow beplaY beplayed
playedtomorrow plaY played d tomorrow between between C Clingmanand Clingman Clingmanarid ingmanand
and F C Newton of Seattle Wash Washthe Washthe
the latter today having defeated dCeat E BGiie E EGiles EGne
Giles the Pittsburg player who dis disposed disposed dieposed ¬
posed t Of > f Chandler Egan yesterday yesterdayGiles yestordfUGiles YesterdaYGiles
Giles was outclassed and the Seattle Seattleman Seht11cman Settttleman
man won an easy contest 4 up up 2 to play playAnother playAnother
Another defeat that caused surprise surprisetod surprisetoda
tod todo was the defeat of H C t Fownes Fownesof
of Plttsburg by A A T Halght of ofGlenvjew ofGlenvJew ofGlenview
Glenvjew In their semifinal match matchfor matchfor
for the North Shore cup The llnals tlnaIsln tlnaIslnthIs in inthis inthis
this event will be between Douglas DouglasLaird DouglWJLaird DouglasLaird
Laird Of o Canada and Haight HalghtNATIVE HaightNA HaightNATIVE
NATIVE NA TIVESONSKICK SONSKICK ON FIGHT FIGHTAsk FIGHTAsk FIGHTAsk
Ask That Date of BrittNelson Match HatchBe MatchBe
Be Changed and Matter Is IsTTnder IsUnder
Under Consideration ConsiderationSan
San Francisco Auc Au 18 18A A committee committeefrom commItteefr committeefrom
from fr < nn the order of the Native Sons of the theQqlden theOqlden theGqldem
Qqlden West today held a conference with tih
Mayor Schmitz and James W V Coffroth Coffrothpromoter CotfrothPromoter Coffrothpromoter
promoter for tho BrittNelson glove con contest contest conteat ¬
test scheduled to > take place at Col Colm Colmnear CoImanear mo monear
near here on Sept 9 This is the date of ofthe otthe ofthe
the admission of Callfornlaiinta CaUtornialinto the union unionand unionand unionand
and it Is annually celebrated cotcbra ed by th Na Native Native Natire ¬
tive Sons and aii Daughters The committee committeeasked eommltteoasked committeeasked
asked that t1 1tt1 tile e date of the tight be bechanged beohanged bechanged
changed ant and that It be held in this city cit cftOoCtroth citCoffroth
Coffroth said he would TIDe to tp this if ifhe Ifho
ho were granted a u permit by b the city
Thot mayor did not objectbut object but eald the thepermit thepermit thepermit
permit must be grunted by th the supervis supervisors ¬
ors most of whom are out of town It Itwas Itwas
was finally decided to communicate with withthem wIththem withthorn
them by wire wlr and recuest their votes on onthe onthe onthe
the proposition Jro > osition In the meantime the thedate thedate thedate
date of thecontest the contest remains unchanged unchangedLong unchangedLong unchangedLong
Long FlyCasting Feat FeatChicago FeatChicago FeatChicago
Chicago Aug 18 ISE E F Mills of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York IYOA OJl the diamond trophy for long longdistance longdistance longdistance
distance fly casting here today against againsteleven again8televen againsteleven
eleven competitors in the Chicago fly flycosting flycasting flycasting
casting club tournament at Garfield Garfleldpark GarfieldParJe Garfieldpark
park Mills distance was 119 feet 8 8inches 8inches 8Inches
inches inchesAttacks inchesAttacks InchesAttacks
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Attacks Umpire UmpireGets Gets Three Days DaysfClevoinnd DaysClevoUmd DaysClerobind
Clevoinnd 0 Aug IS 1SMauager ManagerStahl ManagerStahlof anoger Stahl Stahlor Stahlofthe
of ofthe the Washington American league leagueclult cluBi
has been be n suspended s for three lays < as nsa nsarCMllt a aresult at
result t ult of an attack on Umpire Connelly Connellyat Connell Connellat
at the close of a a game at Washington sev several severat soyera ¬
eral era days axe aeoMcderfT nJ0Mcrlerta axeMcdeijiPIUmbtng
McderfT McdeijiPIUmbtng McdeijiPIUmbtngAt rltlmblng rltlmblngAt JUrnbtngAt
At moderate price George G Doyle DyieCo DoyleCo J JCo
Co 211 11 State street Phone 16
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TWO STRAIGHT HEATS HEATSI HEATSFreeForAU HEATSFreeForAll
I IreeForAll at Poughkeepsie Won by hyTiverton byTivertonSweet
Tiverton TivertonSweet Sweet Music usic WasNot WasNot Was
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Not Placed PlacedPoughkeepsie PlacedPoughkeepsie PlacedPoughkeepsie
Poughkeepsie N Y Aug 18rFor 18rFor the thethird thethlr thethird
third thlr time this t1tlsweck week the trotting race racerecord racerecord racerecord
record of the track was as broken the new newmark flewmark 16Wmark
mark of 2 being made by Tiverton In Inthe Intho inthe
the free reo for all This race the most im important hitportant ¬
portant 1 > of tho meeting brouurnt brOllI1t out UL A Lh Lhgrnncl Ite Itegrand e efraiMl
fraiMl grand circuit riVals Tlvcrtoa and QU Sweet
Marie Results
206 class pacing acinl two in three purse purseSlCOOB pureel000Bitron
11000 SlCOOB l000Bitron Baron ron Grattan won first and third thirdwon
heats Time 2 Z044 I 2t Frank YokUm YokUmwon Yokumwon
won second heat In 204i 2 2O4 Exrastatic was wasthird WlUSthird wasthird
third Black Hal distanced
218 class trotting three in five purse purse510W pur pur31000Chol1 puree1000Choir
510W 31000Chol1 Choir Boy won in three straight straightll straightlteats straightheats
ll heats At < Tlmo Time 2 2lt 0IRl 5 221 91V oIAli 210 210l TI Lizzie LizzieG TV If IfG
G c was wa second Pat T was third Martha MarthaB
B also started Balla DI distanced dls disthnced ced ced2H
224 class trotting trottl three in five purse pursefifth purseSIOO purselO00Albrt
SIOO lO00Albrt < Albert C won third fourth fourth and andfirth andfifth
fifth heats Time 214i 215 217 217Gateway 2111h
Gateway GateW won first and second heats heatsTime hent8Time licataTime
Time 212 21 214 Les Wyckllffe was wasthird wasthird wasthird
third Renwal Sister Collette Claude also alsostarted alsostarted alsoetarteiL
started startedFree etarteiLFree
Free 1 < for aJU all trotting two in three threethe threethe threethe
the Pouffhkcepsie stakes J1500 n600Tlverton n600TlvertonWon 1500TIvertonwon Tlverton Tlvertonwon
won in two straight heats Time 207i 21j 21j00i4 20T2o34
20334 00i4 George G was second McKinley McKiirieyj
j third Sweet Marie also started startedWEST startedEST startedWEST
WEST EST POINTERS TO COM COMPETE COMPETE COMPETEINRIFLETOURNEY ¬
PETE PETEINRIFLETOURNEY PETEINRIFLETOURNEYWest IN RIFLE TOURNEY TOURNEYWest
West Point N Y Aug 18 lSThe lSTheCadet 18TheCadet The TheCadet
Cadet rifle team started today toda for forSeagirt torSeagirt forSeagirt
Seagirt N J J where they will par participate particIpate participate ¬
ticipate in the national rifle competi competition competiI competition ¬
tion on August Augustn 21 They will enter upon upona
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a a five days da s practice match which will willcises w1l1be willbe
be devoted to practical military cxer cxerclses cxcrcities
cities It Is intended to make mal e the trip tripone tripone i ione
one purely of Instruction Everything Everythingwill Ever thll1g thll1gwIl1
will conform as closely as possible to tothe tothe tothe
the actual conditions obtaining in thetime the thetune thetime
time of war There will be on the themarch themarch themarch
march 320 cadets seventyfive or 100 100enlisted 100enlisted 100enlisted
enlisted soldiers and fourteen officers officersFive officersFIve officersFive
Five pieces of artillery will be taken takenalong takenalong takenalong
along alongCRACK alongCRACK alongCRACK
CRACK TENNIS PLAYERS PLAYERSWILL PLAYERSWILL PLAYERSWILL
WILL START AT NEWPORT NEWPORTNewport NEWPORTNewport NEWPORTNewport
Newport R I Aug 18 ISThe The draw drawings drawings drawlags ¬
ings for the tennis tournament to be beopened beopened beopened
opened at the Casino August 22 were weremade weremade weremade
made tonight by Dr James Dwight Dwlghtsecretary Dwightsecretary Dwightsecretary
secretary of the National Lawn LownTennls LownTennlsassocia Tennis Tennisassociation Tennisassociation
association associa tlon The entry list Is the larg larggest Jar Jargest
I
gest evqr received for the Newport Newporttournament Newporttournament Newporttournament
tournament 105 players having signi signified signified algalfled ¬
fied their Intention to participate and andthe andth andthe
the th list contains the th names of some of ofthe otthe ofthe
the best players in the country Larned LarnedHobart LamedHobart I
Hobart Wright Collins and Clothierbeing Clothier Clothierbeing Clothierbeing
being among the number numberLABORER numberLABORER numberLABORER
LABORER BADLY INJURED INJUREDReceives INJUREDReceives INJUREDReceives
Receives Severe Contusions on Left LeftSide LcftSldeand LeftSideand
Side Sldeand and Leg LegPark LegPark I IParkCity
Park Parkf ParkCity f City Clt Aug 18 18John John Anderson a aman aman aman
man employed by the Ontario company companyin
in the work of removing the old ma machinery machlner machinery ¬
chinery chlner at the old hoist was washtjur Injured Injuredyesterday itijurfidyesterday d dyesterday
yesterday by being struck on the left leftthigh lefttblgh leftthigh
thigh by a swinging piece of ofiron orIron ofIron
iron Anderson and several others otherswere otherswere
I were engaged In hosting some someI
I I of ftd the old lda ldaI iron I Oe out t of one of the O pits pitsI
I and used a derrick for f the work or One Oneof B BI Oneof
of the pieces while being loaded swung swungI swungand
I and struck Anderson on the leg The
I man was knocked down and at first itwns it itwas Itwas
was thought that he had sustainedfracture sustained ustalnedfracture u ufracture
fracture or the limb However upbn tak taking tnkIng taklag ¬
ing him to the hospital it was found foundthat foundthat o1Jndthat
that the muscled part of o the leg had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been cut by the Iron and several of the thecords thecords thecords
cords badly badl twisted and bruised For a along along along
long time the flow of blood from the thewound thewound thewound
wound was a dangerous one but those thosein
in attendance succeeded in stopping the theblood theI theblood
blood and at this writing the patient patientis
is doing doln as well w l as could be expected expectedunder expectedunder expectedUnder
I under the circumstances clr cirbumatanceaMrs umstaccs umstaccsrs v
Mrs rs Lula Curtis Curt wife of HNC H C Curtis Curtisof Curts Curtsof
of the Rio Grande Grade Western died last lasteffects
I evening at the Minora lnora hospial hospital from the theeffect tIleeffects
effects effect of an a operation operaton for appendicitis appendicitiswhich appendicits appendicitswhich appendicitiswhich
which was performed perormed last lat Sunday The Thelady Thelady Thelady
lady has been ill 11 for a long time tme and andit andIt andit
it wau Wa finally fnaly decided decded to operate operate and andthe andthe andthe
the work was wa done Sunday However Howevershe Howevershe Howevershe
she did not rally ral from the anaesthetic anaestheticas anaethetc anaethetcas
as well wel as a was wa hoped and death re resulted resuited ¬
suited suled last lat evening evenin M Mr and Mrs Curtis Curtisfrom Curts Curtiscame
I came to Park Ciy City aout about two year years ago agotrom agofrom
from Bingham Blrha Junction Juncton They have a afamily afamily
family famty of two wo children chdrn Funeral arranjje arranjjements arrangm arranghments
ments m nt have have not yet been made though thougha
I a special speca meeting meetng of the Daughters Daughten of ofRebckah ofRebek ofRebekab
Rebckah Rebek of ot which deceased deceaed was wa a mem member member memben ¬
ber has been called caled for this evening to totalo totJl totake
take tJl o thq th matter matter in hand handA hund handt
A t number numb r of Park City people will wJ go goto goto goto
to Heber tomorrow tomorow to attend atend the funeral funeralof
of tha hQ lato T S Watson Mr Watson Watsonwas Wton Wtonwas Vatsoflwas
was a member of Park lodge F A M Mand Mand 1
and that order will wl conduct the ftf ftfncral fuleal ftlfloral
floral leal lealWflam floralWilliam ncralWilliam
Wflam William Harwood Harood arrested some days daysago daysago daysago
ago upon a a charge of battery batery committed committeduponthe cmmitted cmmittedupon committeduponthe
uponthe upon the person peron of his son wan Wa tried triedtoday trhJdtoday triedtoday
today In tho city ciy justices justccs court and dis discharccd disChU1cd discharged
charged charccdMrs ChU1cd ChU1cdlr chargedMrs
Mrs lr Julius Julus Jensen Jenlen was wa slightly alhhty injured injuredyesterday Injuredl Injuredyesterday
yesterday afternoon o by falling al ala down o a aflight a aflight
flight l ldl of stairs srl srlbla The c bla lady started t down downa w
a flight tl ht of stops In tho dark and andmlssed andmlssedher missed missedher
her foOting fo tng with wih the th above result relt No Noserious Noserious Noserious
serious Injury Injur resulted resultedMrs r resultedMrs u1ed u1edMrs
Mrs Owens last lat evening venlng instituted Insttuted a alocal a10Cl alocal
local branch of tho Boys Association socaton of ofAmerica otAmerica ofAmerica
America The club starts In Park under undervery underver underVery
very favorable auspices with wih 103 10 mem members member momhers ¬
hers ver being the largest single institu institution Insttu Insttuton institution ¬
tion ton in the United Ufllt nl d States State Officers OUlcrs were wereelected wereeletcd wereelected
elected and the club lub started In the right rightway rght rghtway rightway
way by the tle organizer Following FOlowing the theInstitution thoInttuton theinstitution
Institution Inttuton crmony ceremony a programme was wasrendered wasrendered wasrendered
rendered and a a good time tme progamme enjoyed enjoyedThe enjoye enjOyedThe
The local camp OT o Maccabees Macabees are hold holdIng hotdIng holdbig
Ing a a picnic Icnlc in the City grove Irove today todaywhich todn todner todaywhich
which is being well attended tt by both bothmembers bothmembers
aeJn eJn eJnu xWO
members and a outsiders u I rs All xWOrb1a are rb1a rb1aa having navlnga
a good er time timeMre tme tmeMr timeMrse
Mre Mr < Anile Ale Pike entertains etertains this tIls even evening evenIng evenin ¬
ing in at live hundred lundr d at t her home on Em Empire EmP Emr Emv1 Emplre ¬
pire P avenue avonueMrs avenueMr u
Mrs Mr v1 Al Hl Higson hson son of Pocatello Pocatelo Ma Tdl Is Isin isin Isin
in town r visiting visitng hor sister Mrs W V A ARaddon ARaddcn
Raddon RaddonWilliam R RaddcnWilliani
William in McQueeney IcQueen winner of to tothlrtfCh the thethirtyfifth ho hothlrtyflfth
thlrtyflfth choice in the reservation al allotment allotmnt allotmept ¬
thlrtfCh reseraton
lotment Is an employeeof employee cr f tho Silver SilverKing Slvor SlvorIng SilverKing
King Ing mine and has been for several years yearsMr yearsMr yearsMr
Mr McQueoney lcQueonc will wil go at once to tho thoreHerve thoreLr thereserve
reserve and a make a choice of farms farmsL a
rth rtha i iIng
reLr L K Hubbard u 3 returned ot C3 this morn mornIng mornin n n
Ing in from a short vlsft vls t to Salt Lake Lak City CitySHOT Ciy CitySHOT i iI I
SHOT BY WATCHMAN BYWATCHMANBurglar WATCHMANBurglar I IBurglar
Burglar Checked In His Flight Flht After AfterRobbing AfterRobbing AfterRobbing
Robbing Drug Store StoreProvo StoreProvo StoreProve
Provo Aug 18 18ohn John Hosmer who whoclaims whoclaims whoclaims
claims to come from Nevada was shot shotwhile 5hotwhie shotyhie
while whie burglarizing burglarlini Mr Kellys Kelys drug store storeat storeat storeat
at Spcingvllle SPtln lo last night about 3SO 3SOoclock 3 3ocloct 20 20ocJock
oclock Night Watchman Moso Johnson Johnsonnoticed Johnon Johnonnotced Johnsonnoticed
noticed notced ocloct the burglar In the store and andabout andabout andabout
about about the same time tme the theburglnr burglar became becameaware becai becameaware
aware that he was wa observed He left leftthe lettthe leftthe
the building buldln and attempted to escape escaperefusing cscPQ cscPQrefusing escaperefusing
refusing to halt when so ordered order d by Mr MrJohnson MrJohnson MrJohnson
Johnson The officer of rcer fired Crd and the bullet bul bullet builet ¬
let lodged lodgd In the te calf of Hosmers HosmerS left leftleg leftleg
leg He had about 200 worth of jewTelry jewTelryand jeWalry jeWalryand jeVelryand
and 10 in cash as a the result of his hll visit visitto visitto visitto
to the store Hoarser Hoser Is is at the county
I jail jai and is receiving surgical turglcal treatment treatmentfrom treatmenttrom treatipentfrom
from County Physician Westwood VCttwood He Heclaims Heclaims Heclaims
claims to be 35 3 years car of o age ageMarriage agcIarrlage ageMarriage
Marriage licenses lcense have been issued to tothe tothe tothe
the following couples couple James H Barratt Barrattof Baratt Barattot
of American Fork aged 25 2 and Susie S SHutchison SHutchison
Hutchison of Lake Shore aged 21 2 Isaac IsaacFerguson IsaacFergson IsaacFerguson
Ferguson Fergson of Eureka aged 2 23 3 and Viola ViolaZimmerman Violammermanof Viola2linmerman
Zimmerman mmermanof of Lehi aged IS ISTrustee 38Trustee 18Trustee
Trustee Hart of Fresno Cal has haacon haaconyeyel con conveyed conveyed ¬
veyed yeyel to Francis Tyng his interest in inthe Inthe inthe
the Texan claim in American AerIcan Fork can canjon can1on canron
jon for forr for325 for325Mrs S23 S23Mrs
Mrs Eleanor I Coray Alexander wife of ofWilliam ofWillIam
William r D noil Alexander of Tnt1 the Second Secondward Secondward CogJ CogJward
ward died Ied this afternoon afernoon after ater a a linger lingering lrger lrgerfng iirgerin ¬
ing in Illness ln from Interna cancer For Forthe Forthe Forthe
the past year ear her he suffering suftoin had been beensevere beenslve beenseveie
severe butshe but she bore the he affliction aftetion with withtrue wIthtrue withtrue
slve true Christian forjtitude for tude The Thr Th deceased deceasedwas deceasedwas deceasedwas
was the daughter da ghter of Mr M and Mrs Mr How Howard Howar Howand ¬
and Coray and was born bor In Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City ar Feb 1 1852 18 Shortly Shorty thereafter thereaCer the thefamily thed thefamIly
family removed to Prove and she had hadresided hadresided
resided d iee here gv the greater e part gar garngt ngt of her I IHer life lifeHer lifeHer
Her husband four f Our ul children chUdrln four four grand grandehlldren grandchildren and andchidren
children chidren sod nd several vert brothers brother and sla slatfr slatlr 55trs
tfr tlr survive surivc her htr The Tht funeral flntrn will wl bo boeid bnh1d bee1d
h1d > > eid Sunday at 1 10clark oclock from the resi resid resl1ne residnce
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wory atcton atctontey
they tey tiieyare tiieyareBoys are are33oys a aoys
Boys oys 400 00 two to piece Knee KneePants Kee Keelat KneePants
Pants lat Suits Sut in i fancy chev cheviots cheviot cheviots ¬
iots iot brown and gray gy mix mixtures mixtes mixtures ¬
tures turesBoys tes
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Boys oys 300 two to piece Knee KneePants KneePants ee eePant
Pant Pants Sut Suits homespun homo epu ma material material ¬
terial terl in i substantial substnta grade gradein gde gdei gradin mI
in i serviceable serceable mixed mied pat patterns pat pattr patterns ¬
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