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a THE TI SALT LAKE HERALD THURSDAY MAY 10 1 1906 7
iHKRAL ALD SPORTING NEWSl NEWS I
NE ESLERGOES ESLERGOESTOSALT SLER G ES ESr
r TO TOSALT SALI LAKEContcbversy lAKE lAKEContro
Controversy Contro versy Over Player Be Between Betw Betw ¬
tween tw oA l Salt Lake and Ogden OgdenEnded OgdenFnded OgdenEnded
Fnded Ended by President PresidentAftermuch PresidentAttar
Aftermuch Attar much loss oss of sleep during which whichtime whichtime whichtime
time several gray hairs made their ap apjpearanee npearanc apearance
jpearanee earanc President H O Shepard yes yesterday yo yotorday 68 68Itorday ¬
terday announced that George Wessier Wessiertha Vcasierth
tha th Ogden baseball player had been re rettnstated rettnstated rethistated
ttnstated and awarded to the Salt Lake LakeBaseball Lalieaseball La1eBasebaI1
Baseball club Weaeler was wa suspended suspendedfrom suspendedfrom suspendedrom
from rom playing in the Utah league pending pendingIhe pend pendingthe ng ngfhe
the controversy between Ogden and andSalt andSaltLale Salt SaltXake SaltLake
Lake over the services of the player playerThe playerThe playerThe
The evidence showed that Wessier WessierBigr WesslersIgrd VesslerIlgn
Bigr sIgrd d a Salt Lake contract and later laterigned laterrigned laterlgried
igned an Ogden contract Ogden claimed claimedhe claimedthe claimedklie
the he Salt Lake contract had been signed signedtfer signedtJtfer signedtfer
tJtfer tfer th the Ogden contract and dated back backo backLo
Lo o suit the occasion and while there were werefeome werebome werehome
home suspicious circumstances connected connectedKvith connectedwith connectedwith
with the affair a close investigation for foryer forover torwer
over > yer a week on the part of President PresidentBheparti PresidentEhe Presidenthepard
Bheparti Ehe did not show that the Salt Lake Lakefcontra LaketcJntraet Lakeontraet
fcontra tcJntraet t was otherwise than proper properWanted properWa properWanted
Wanted Wa ted to Play With Ogden OgdenVes OgdentVesaler OgdenWeeder
tVesaler Ves ler several ball players and Man Manlaser Manger Manflger
laser ger John Dubel of the Salt Lake team teamiassert teamassert teamtsnert
assert tsnert that Wessier signed with Salt Lake Laketoo LakelOt
too n March 18 R Returning to Ogden Woes WessjTer Woesr Vcssi
jTer r atter consulting his parents wished wishedtto wishedo
i tto o play in Ogden Ogd n and secured Dubeis Dubeisconsent Dubeisonsent DubelsLonsent
consent over the telephone Wessler then thenfeigned thenign thenigneU
feigned ign d an Ogden contract dated March MarchCi
Ci A 4 Tine Th Ogden club was later taken over overby overIh overhY
Ih by a a rival business house of Wesslers Wesslerstfathcr Wesslerstfathcl Wesslersfather
father and George came down to Salt SaltLake SalttLake Saltrake
Lake and nd said s id he would not play with withOgden withgden withOgden
Ogden under these circumstances He Hevas HeWas Hewas
Was accepted back into the Salt Lake Laketeam Laketeam Lakeeam
team eam and Ogden entered a protest protestSalt protests protestsIt
Salt s lt Lake Contract Valid ValidThe ValidThe VaUdThe
The matter m tter resolved itself into the fact factlhat factlhat factthat
lhat Weesler had signed two contracts contractsand contractsLnd contractsin1
and if he desired to play in Ogden it Is IsUnderstood Isunderstood Isinderstood
Understood Salt Lake would not have any anyobjections anyObjections anyobjections
objections But as h he did not the first firstcontract firstcontract firstcontract
contract holds according to the Minor as asfioriatJons assoriatJons assnriatlons
accordlnii
fioriatJons rules Whfl Whl Wessier had hadDubeiq hadJuber hadaube1
Dubeiq aube1 Qral consent to play with Ogden OgdenIf
If f he wished he did not get his written writtenjeleas writtenreteRwe writteneteae
jeleas eteae as required by the same rules rulesUThis rulesMtis rulesrhIs
UThis elapse holds him forSalt LakeThp Lake LakeThe LakThs
The real question at stake was whether whethertftf1 whetherh
tftf1 h hr > SKIt Lako contract was a bona fide fideon fideOJ1 fideor
on < or not and it was this question that thatpuzzled thatpuzzled thatpuzzled
puzzled President Shepard He has care carefully carefully carefully ¬
fully gone over th the evidence at hand handhunted handh1mted handiinted
hunted up considerable of his own and anddecided anddfcidcd anddfIded
decided that the contract held by Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake wae valid validI1LES validMllES validIVHIES
MllES BEfflUAY BEATS JAY Gf GfNew GOULD GOULDNewJersey OOVDew
New NewJersey ew Jersey Man auBeats Beats All Until UntilChampion UntilChampion UiitilChampion
Champion Himself Is IsLondowrMay IsMet IsNet
Met MetLond NetLond
LondowrMay Lond nrMay May 9 9At At the Queens ue l1s club to tot1a to toBay tkhay
Bay t1a a1i a1i ftfr a splendid series of victories victoriesagainat vJ tories toriesbaiI1llt t Hes Hesainst
againat ainst the leading British covered court courttennis courttennis courttennis
tennis experts Jay Gould of Lakewood LakewoodWzit
N J want down before the worlds cham champfon chamJon chaini1on
pfon Jon Qustace ustace Milesin Miles in the championship championshipround
round the latter winning 31 31The 31IH 3iThe
The IH Ameriran champion started splen splenV splenttnd
V r v and nd won the first set et by 64 but butj butrcafter I
j r < fcatter real tax Miles perfect condition seemed seemedno
no o ttlk4The tdh qhe he champion set a tremendous tremendousa
a ap p and Gould WItS palpably tired tiredThe tiredMIe tiredThe
The onid < x > iid s set t fell easily to Miles by 61 61In 61In 61In
In the third set et Gould made a great greatPgHt greatl1g1Jt greattigflt
PgHt and though the set fell ultimately
to t Miles by 64 some of the best tennis tennisBeen tennisEeen tennisEcen
Been here in years was played playedThe playedThefurth playedThe
The Thefurth fourth set also went to Miles by b 63 63WILLIE 63WfLLIE 63WTLLIE
WILLIE HOPPE LEADS LEADSHeads LEADSHeads LEADS1lcadsBilliard
Heads 1lcadsBilliard Billiard Players in Chicago ChicagoTournament ChicagoTournament ChicagoTournament
Tournament TournamentChicago TournamentChicago TournamentChicago
Chicago May 9 9Wllle Wille Hoppe heads the thefcvinntns theWinnlm he hevinntig
fcvinntns Jist in the professional billiard billiardkrurnament bIlliardrna billiardkiurnaniept
krurnament rna t being played in Orchestra hall hallSake halwake hailaahe
Sake Schaefer bas the same percentage as asthe astbEl astbe
the yotOTgster y but he has taken part in inDaly InDnly InpiIy
Daly one game while Hoppe has won both bothBarnes bothes bothames
Barnes ames es 1n 1 which he has played playedTwo playedTwo
Two matches match s were decided today toda The Theafternoon Theaft Theafternoon
afternoon aft rnoon game fame being between George
Bioseon and Louis Cure the Frenchman FrenchmanSlosson FrenchmanS1080n FrenchmanSozson
Slosson won 500 50 J to 219 219George 219G 519George
George G orge Sutton the Canadian and Wills me
H appe ppe were the contestants in tonights tonightsgame tonightsam tonightssame
game am > arid 1td the boy bllliardist t > won by b the theB thesre
B sre > re et f goo ° ° to 26 26BALL 223BALL G GBALL
BALL PLAYER DROWNS DROWNSTacoma DROWNSTanma DROWNSTacoma
Tacoma Wash ash May Ma 9 9A A message re reteivedby ree reteivedhy
teivedby e ed by the secretary of the Elks re reports rerts repcrts ¬
ports rts that William Thomas who was one onepf onecrt oneef
pf the best pitchers in the Pacific Coast
league last year V ar was drowned yesterday yesterdaywhil yesterdayzhii
whil hJltraellng traveling from Providence R I Ito Ito Ito
to Buffalo Thomas wa was ag with the Ta Tacoma Tacoma Tacoma ¬
coma club for two t 0 seasons seasonsThis Beaaonsrhjg seasonsThia
This is not the Thomas who pitched pitchedfT pitchedr
fT r r Salt Lake in the Pacific National
league and later left for the coast His Hisnam Hisnamp Hisname
name > was Joe and he twirled for Van Vancnuver Vanuer Vanenuver
cnuver uer after art > r leaving Salt Lake LakeJ
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HARVARD WILL WILLPLAY WillPLAY V1LLPLAYFOOTBALL
PLAY PLAYFOOTBALL PLAYFOOTBALLPresident FOOTBALL FOOTBALLPresident
President Eliot Voted Down bty btyBoard QYBoard LyBoard
Board of f Overseers Ov rseersBet OverseersBetter Bet Better
ter Officials Demanded DemandedBoston
Boston May 9 9Authority to resume the thegame thegame thegame
game of football at Harvard which was wasordered w wasordered s sordered
ordered to b be discontinued on account of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the brutality of the game was given giventhis giventhis giventhis
this afternoon by a vote vot of the board of ofoverseers ofoverseers ofoverseers
overseers of Harvard college though the thedecision thedecision thedecision
decision to permit the game was by no nomeans nomeans nomeans
means unanimous Nine members of the
board including President Charles Wl W
Eliot registered reg stered themselves as opposed to
The the continuance of
football The
over overseers overseers overseers ¬
seers In favor numbered fifteen
Under the vote of todays Intercollegi Intercollegiate ¬
ate football Is permitted at Harvard dur ¬
ing theseason of IMG but not later than
Dec 1 The game must be played under
the new rules and upon such terms and ind
Kno8 conditions as Vfle the COI committee niitteeCon on th the regS regu
lation of ° athletic
5 nhL sports shall consider ad ¬
visable in order to test the propriety of
continuing continuing intercollegiate football f otbau in the theThe
future This was wa the recommendation of
the subcommittee of the overseers
ap
pointed to Investigate andre and report ort on the
fOotball Question
The overssers also
adopted today a res ¬
olution expressing the
opinion that many
of the
unsatisfactory conditions attend ¬
ing intercollegiate football have been ex ¬
aggerated by b an unwillingness on the part
of officials charged with the enforcement
of fth the rules on the tl1 > field to assert their
authority authorit The overseers voted to request
the athletic committee to formulate some
more satisfactory plan for the > selection of
such officials than the plan now in vogue
PYESTERDAYS YESTERD YS BASEBALL GAMES
NATIONAL NATIONALSt
St Louis May Iay 9 9Chlcago Chicago won todays todaysgame todaysgame todaysgame
game in the thirteenth inning by a score score scoreof scoreof
rof of 2 to 1 1 after St Louis had tied the thescore thescore thescore
score in the last half of the ninth on onBeckleys onBeckleys onBeckleys
Beckleys triple ana McBri36 IcBri singleScore single singleScore sr lg1e lg1eScore
r v
Score
R IL H E EI ESt EStLouis
I St StLouis Louis 1 9 1 1Chicago 1Chicago 1Chicago
Chicago 2 7 1 1Batteries 1BatterfesDruhot 1BatteriesDrahot
Batteries BatterfesDruhot Druhot and Raub Pfeister Pfeisterand preisterand Pfelsterand
and Moran Earned runs Chicago 1 St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis 1 Twobase hits Chance Moran MoranRaub 1tIoranRaub MoranRaub
Raub Threebase hits Chance hanee Beckloy BeckloyBase Be BecklyBase klor klorBase
Base on balls off Druhot 7 off Pfeister 1 1Struck 1Struck 1Struck
Struck out by Druhot Dr hot 5 by Pfcister Pfeist r 5 5Umpires 5Umpires 5Umpires
Umpires Penter and Johnston JohnstonXev JohnstonNew JohnstonKew
New YorkBrooklyn game postponed at atBrooklyn atBrooklynrain atBrooklynrain
Brooklyn Brooklynrain BrooklynrainPhiladelphiaBoston BrooklynrainPhiladelphiaBoston rain rainPhiladelphiaBoston
PhiladelphiaBoston game postponed postponedrain postponedrain postponedrain
rain
A AMERICAN AMERICANBoston J1ERICANBoston
Boston May lay 9 9Both Both teams bunched bunchedtheir bunchedtheir bunchedtheir
their hits in todays game but Philadel Philadelphias Philadelphlas ¬
phias were w > re more productive of runs the thefinal theflna1 thefinal
final score being 9 to 6 in favor of the thevisitors thevisitors
visitors Score i iR
R TLHE TLHEBoston H E EBoston
Boston I 3 > 12 t 3 3Philadelphia 3Philadelphia t tPhiladelphia
Philadelphia 9 12 I 3 3Batteries 3BatteriesYoung 3BatterlesYoung
Batteries BatteriesYoung Young andGraham and Graham Plank Plankand Plankand Plankand
and Powers PowersChicago PowersChicago PowersChicago
Chicago May 9 PSt St Louis defeated Chi Chicago Clicago Chicago ¬
cago 6 to 2 here today The locas were wereunable wereunable wereunable
unable to hit Jacobson and played poorly
behind Altrock Score ScoreChicago ScoreChicao ScoreChicago
Chicago 2 4 4 4St I ISl
St Louis 6 9 9BatleriesAltrock 9BatteriesAltrock
Batteries BatleriesAltrock Altrock and Sullivan SullivanJacob SullivanJacobson Jacob Jacobson Jacobson
son and Spencer SpencerClevelandDetroit SpencerCl SpencerClevelandDetroit
ClevelandDetroit Cl Q andDetroit game postponed postp postponedrim postponedrimWashingtonNew nedritl rain rainWashingtonNew 1 1WashingtonNew
WashingtonNew York game postponed postponedrRin postponedrain
I ruin
WESTERN WESTERNPueblo WESTERNPueblo I IPueblo
Pueblo Colo May Iay 9 9Although Although Morn Morrlthe Mornson I9rllson
son pitched great ball t twelve elye errors errorsthe
the Score Jocals gave todays toda s game toOmaliaV toOmaliaVScore to Omaha OmahaScore OmahaScore brl
R H E EPueblo EPueblo BPueblo
Pueblo 7 15 1 1Oniaha 1Omaha IOr
Omaha Or aha 8 9 1 1BatterleslIorrison iBatteriesMorrison
Batteries BatterleslIorrison Morrison and Messitt Mc McNeeley 11cNeeley MeNeelcy
Neeley and Bender BenderDenver BenderDenver BenderDenver
Denver May 9 9Denver Denver had the better betterof
of o a hardhitting game with Lincoln to today today today ¬
day Score ScoreDenver ScoreDenver ScoreDenver
Denver 9 12 j 0 0Lincoln 0Lincoln uLincoln
Lincoln 6 9 9Batterleslforgan i iBatteriesMorgan
Batteries Batterleslforgan Morgan and Weigart Ruger RugerJones RugerJones RugerJones
Jones and Rogers RogersAMERICAN RogersAMERICAN RogersAMERICAN
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONAt
At Kansas City CityKansas Kansas City 2 Indian Indianapolis IndIanapolls Indianapolis ¬
apolis 1 1At 1At 1 1At
At Minneapolis lI1Jn1eapollslIinneapolis Minneapolis 1 Colum Columbus Columbus Columbus ¬
bus 7 7At 7At 7At
At Milwaukee MilwaukeeMilwaukee Milwaukee 7 Louisville LouisvilleAt
13 3
At St Paul PaulSt St Paul 9 Toledo oleda 13
IANACONDA ANACONDA MAN MANi MANHIGHAMATEUR
i
HIGH HIGHAMATEUR HIGHAMATEURCat AMATE AMATECal AMATEUR AMATEURCal
Cal Callison Leads AH Shooters Shootejsfor Shootc Shootersfor rs rsfor
for Two Days at Ida Idaho Idaho Idaho ¬
ho Falls FallsSpecial FallsSpecial FallsSpecIal
Special to The Herald HeraldIdaho Heraldl HeraldlIdaho HeraldIdaho
Idaho Falls Ida May 9 9Tha The closing closingday closfngda closrzgday
day da of the Idaho Falls F 1l8 tournament was a amost nmost amost
most successful one The weather was wasIdeal was wasIdeal wasIdeal
Ideal for the shoot 8h ot Con Farr of Ana Anaconda Anaconda Anaconda ¬
conda Mont captured the general high highaverage highn highaverpge
average n medal In the amateur class with witha
a total score of 374 birds broken out of
400 birds birdsCallison birdsCallison
Callison led the professionals ala in to todays todays todays ¬
days event with a break of 196 birds birdsmissing birdsmissing birdsmissing I
missing only four blue rocks during the
days shoot covering eleven events eventsI
I Mosely a member of the local club es established estabJished established ¬
tablished a record for himself breaking
131 31 straight The visitors spend two twodays twodays twodays
days Thursday and Friday with the Po Pocatello Pocatello P0catello
catello club clubThe clubThc clubThe
The following were the scores of those thosewho thosewho thosewho
who shot out the full days ays programme
Cqn Farr 188 Hirschy Hirsch 190 Scott 185
Smith ISO Holahan 179 Plank 1S3 Mal Mallinelly Mal1inel1 Mallmnelly
linelly 1inel1 15S Bean 152 McKenzie 165
Trapp 133 Waters 16S Pease 151 Brans Bransford Bransford Bransford
ford 148 Parsons 162 Wilson ITS Calli Callison CalUson Callison ¬
son 1 lW Mosely 1S6 1 s6 Bybee 174 Shane
165 McMillan 183 Farnsworth ISO Brunt Bruntand Bruntand Bruntand
and McLeod participated in two events eventsonly eventsonly eventsonly
only j jBRUYETTE
BRUYETTE IN INOGDEN INOGDENSpecial OGDEN OGDENSpecial OGDENSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldOl1en HeraldOglen I IOgden
Ogden May 9 DEdward Edward Bruyette Bru ette the theshortstop theshortstop theshortstop
shortstop for the Ogden baseball team teamarrived teamarrived teamarrived
arrived yesterday afternoon from Seattle
1 This completes the list of players for the the10lal
local league team
PACIFIC COAST COASTPortland COlSTPortland COASTPortland
Portland Ore May 9 9San San Francisco Franciscowon j
won todajs tOdfi S game through bunching hits hitson hitson hItson
on Garvin in the sixth inning Score ScoreR
R H E
San Francisco 5 7 3
Portland 3 G l
Batteries BatteriesGarvin Garvin and McLean Hittand Uitt Wand
Wilson 1I50n Umpire UmpirePerrine UmpirePerrineLos Perrine PerrineLos
Los Angeles May Ma r 9 9The The locals defeat defeated defeated I Ied
ed Fresno < resno today by the score of 5 to 0
It was a slow uneventful unevt > ntful game lasting
two hours Sheltz for ttfe t visitors was waswild waswild waswild
wild and gave five bases on onballs balls which whichwith whichwith whichwith
with the two errors by the team behind
him helped Los Angeles < to win Tozer
kept the hits of the visitors well scat ¬
tered and they were unable to score
Score
R RHE H E
Los Angeles 5 12 0
Fresno 0 7 2
Batteries BatteriesTozer Tozer and Eager Steltz and
Hogan Umpire UmpireMcDonald UmpireMcDonaldSeattle McDonald McDonaldSeattle IcDonaldSeattle
Seattle Wash rash May Iay 9 DIt It was a neck neckand necland neckand
and neck race for ten Inr tnrings ings Jones and
Graham pitching great ball In the elev eleventh eleventh eieventh ¬
enth with one man Van Haltren stole stolethird stolethird stolethird
third Mott dropping the th ball Krugar and
F Hackett got safe hits hit bringing in the thewinning thewinning thewinning
winning runs In the last of the eleventh
Seattle got two men on onbases bases but Graham Grahamstruck Grahamstruck Grahamstruck
struck out the last two men Score ScoreR ScoreBHE
R BHE H E
Seattle 3 8 2 2Oakland 2Oakland 2Oakland
Oakland 5 11 4
Batteries BatteriesJones Jones and McManuk Graham Grahamand Grahamand Grahamand
and F Hackett Umpire rmpireKnell rmpireKnellNORTHWEST UmpireKnellNORTHWEST Knell KnellNORTHWEST
NORTHWEST NORTHWESTTacoma
1 t tIacoma
Tacoma May Iay On Whites long hit to tocrt toright toright
right crt field fnIA TJ nln J O 1 J AI AIonly
Henley Swain
and scored th thonl thonly
only onl runs of todays game Tacoma Tacomaclaimed TacomaclaImed Tacomaclaimed
claimed Whites drive was foul but the theumpire theumpire theumpire
umpire decided otherwise and the visitors visitorswon visitorswon visitorswon
won > Both pitchers were in the best of
form and at no other time did either side sidehave sidehave sidehave
have an opportunity to score The field
Ing was fast Score ScoreTacoma
R H E EJfoma Eteoma
Tacoma TacomaSpokane Jfoma 0 4 1
Spokane 2 3 1 i
R BAtteriesFinney Hcries Finney and nd Shea Simmons Simmonsand Simmonsand Simmonsand
and Stanley TTmpIie CmplteSettley 1mpireSettIeyJUVENILE CmplteSettleyJUVENILE Settley SettleyJUVENILE
JUVENILE BALL GAMES GAMESThe
The Columbia baseball team defeated defeatedthe defeatdthe
the Petersons yesterday by a soore of 14 14to 14to 14to
to 9 The winners B Davis c G Tate Tatep
p C Goddard 1 b R Roberts 2 b bKopp G GKopp GKoPP
Kopp 3 b W V Ernst ss W Tate c f fO fO
O Swcston 1 f H Goddard r f fThe fThe 1The
The Little Lucky nine defeated the La Lafayettes Lafayettes Lafayettes
fayettes yesterday by b a score of 15 to 2 2The 2The 2rle
The Grants defeated the Washingtons Washingtonsyesterday Washingtonsyesterda Washingtonsyesterday
yesterday by b a score of 20 to 8 The win winners winers winners ¬
ners ers Jensen c Bridwell p FItzpatrick FitzpatrickI
1 b Harrow 2 b McCurdy 3 b Mc McPherson McPherson McPherson
Pherson r f Shaney 3hane c f Spencer 1 f fBrimley fBrimley fBrlmley
Brimley ss
ChicagoMichigan ChicagoMichiganAt ChicagoM ichlgan ichlganAt
At Ann Arbor Arborchicago Chicago 16 Michigan 6 6eleven 6eleven 6eleven
eleven Innings
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METROPOLITAN METROPOLITANHANDICAP
HANDICAP TO TOftAY TOftAYRoseben ITA Y YR
Rosefaen R seben Made Favorite by Ev Every Evel Every ¬
ery el Y Racing Expert ExpertHeavy ExpertHeavyTrack Heavy HeavyTrack
Track His Liking LikingNew Li ing ingNew
New York May 9 9Nlneteen Nineteen horses are arecarded arecarded arecarded
carded to start in the Metropolitan hand handicap handicap handleap ¬
icap the first of the classic spring races racesat races racesat racesat
at Belmont tQmorrow The historic race raceat raceat raceat
at one mile will run over a heavy track trackA
A steady rain today has made fast going goingpractically goingpract1call goingpractically
practically an Impossibility The horses horsesentered horsesentered horsesentered
entered for the Metropolitan are some someconcerned somewhat somewhat
what dIsappointing 50 tar as class Is Isconcerned Isconcerned
concerned many of the more famous famousracers famousracers famousracers
racers of the east having been declared declaredout
out on various accounts accountsSysonb Sysonby because becauseof
of skin disease Hermis because of lack lackof ladtof lackf
of f condition and Delhi on account of the thepoor thepoor thepoor
poor showing he has already made In his histwo histwo histwo
two appearances at the barrier barrierSome barrierSome barrierSome
Some of the better class of threeyear threeyearolds threeyearoIds threeyearolds
olds which were expected to furnish the thereal therea1 thereal
real contest also are missing Artful ArtfulHamburg ArtfulHamburg ArtfulHamburg
Hamburg Belle and Tradition are all elig eligible eligib1e eligible ¬
ible and if any an one of them should be beadded beadded i iadded
added at the post the race would be bevastly j
I Iastty
vastly improved The Metropolitan this thisyear I Iyear i iar
year ar will be worth w rth nearly 14000 and to tonight tonhht tonight ¬
night Dvid C Johnsons Roseben is ismade ismade ismade
made favorite by every racing expert expertand expertand expertand
and he hewill will be heavily played pla ed to win winOwner winOwner winOwner
Owner Has Has Faith FaithRosebens FaithRosebens Faithflosebens
Rosebens decisive defeat in the Excel Excelsior Excelsior Excelsior ¬
sior handicap has not shaken his owners ownersfaith ownersfaith ownersfaith
faith in him His partiality for the Bel Belmont Belmont Belmont ¬
mont track > where last year he won a aworlds aworlds aworlds
worlds record at six furlongs and the thefact thefact thefact
fact that he can run just as weB on a amuddy amuddy amuddy
muddy track as a dry one seems to tomake tomake tomake
make his chance stand out above the oth other othe1 othen ¬
er contestants contestantsThe contestantsThe contestantsThe
The lightweighted horses will be the thetroublesome thetroublesome thetroublesome
troublesome factors in the race and It is isagreed isagreed isagreed
agreed that if Israfael and Grapple the themore themore themore
more likely contestants for first honors honorsgo honorsgo honorsgo
go out to run with Roseben the first firsthalf firsthalf firsthalf
half mile they may ma take the heart out of ofthe otthe ofthe
the phenomenal sprinter Israfael is one oneof oneof oneof
of the best handicappers shown this year yearand yearand yearand
and has been defeated but once He Is Isfast Isfast isfast
fast and courageous and will have ha e the thebenefit thebenefit thebenefit
benefit of Millers handling Grapple a aJohn aJohn aJohn
John A Drake candidate is regarded as asvery asvery asvery
very dangerous dangerousStalwart dangerousStalwart dangerousStalwart
Stalwart Dandelion Pegasus and Ivan Ivanthe Ivanthe Ivanthe
the Terrible are starting for the first firsttime firsttime firsttime
time this year The others in the field fieldhave fieldhave fieldhave
have shown their form this year ear The Theentries Theentries Theentries
entries weights jockey and probable pr bable odds oddsfollow oddsfonow oddsfollow
follow fonowl
l Entries EntriesDandelion EntriesDande EntriesDandelion
Dandelion Dande on 10S 10S0 ONeill em 10 10Red 10Red 10Red
Red Knight IOC McDaniel 15 15Pegasus IiPeasus 15Pegasus
Pegasus 100 Radtke 6 GBatts 6Batts 6Batts
Batts 92 Pierrat 3 3Accountant 3Accountant 3Accountant
Accountant 97 9 7 7Blandy 7Bland 7Blandy
Blandy Bland 111 J Jones 12 12Lord 1 1Lord 12Lord
Lord of the Vale 115 W Y Davis 1 1Battleaxe IBattleax 12 12Battleaxe ±
Battleaxe Do J 20 20Oxford 20Oxford 20Oxford
Oxford 107 10 J J Smith 20 20Israfael 20Israfael 20Israfael
Israfael 97 Miller lI ill er 4 4Ivan 4Ivan 4Ivan
Ivan the Terrible 109 Knapp 10 10Grapple 10Grapple 10Grapple
Grapple 106 Garner 6 6Cederstrome 6Cederstrome 6Cederstrome
Cederstrome 96 9 J6 50 50Colonial 51 51Colonial cOColonial
Colonial Girl 113 Sewell Sew en GT GTRoseben 6 6Roseben 6Roseben
Roseben 129 Lyne 52 52Rapid 52Rapid 52Rapid
Rapid Water 115 Feicht FeichtStalwart 6 6Stalwart tiStalwart
Stalwart 123 Shaw 6 6Ormondes 6Ormondes 6Ormondes
Ormondes Right lit 10 10Goldsmith 10Goldsmith 10Goldsmith
Goldsmith 98 Romanelli 50 50August 50A nOIugust
August A Iugust gust Belmont entry ent entryL y yL j jL
L L D S U PASSED UP UPU URU j jU
U Team Te m Will WiiISave Save Its Strength Strengthfor
for Colorado Meet MeetThere MeetTtiel1e MeetTirere
There will be no track tr ck meet between betweenthe betweenthe
the university and the Latterday Saints Saintsuniversity SaIntsuniversity Saihtsuniversity
university on next ne Friday Frlda as was sched scheduled scheduled scheduled ¬
uled This decision was reached by a avote avote avote
vote of the trackmen of Coach Mad Maddocks Maddocks Maddocks
docks team last night Coach Milne vie visited vieited is isiled ¬
ited the university and prevailed upon uponCoach uponCoach uponCoach
Coach Maddock to hold the meet The Thelatter Thelatter fhplatter
latter coach however left it with his hismen hismen I Imen
men with the above result resultThe resultThe resultThe
The excuse offered for not giving the theSaints UleSaints theSaints
Saints a chance to meet the strong var varsity varsity ar arsity ¬
sity team is as Captain Moore put It ItBecause ftuBecause ItBecause
Because there is everything to lose and andnothing andnothing andnothing
nothing to win Not that there would wouldbe wouidbe wouldbe
be any question as to the outcome but butbecause butbecause butbecause
because the university team goes to Colo Colorado Colorado Cob Cobrado ¬
rado on Wednesday of next week and andthe andthe andthe
the boys are unwilling to take any anychances anychances anychances
chances of injuring the chances of Utah Utahin Utahin Ctahin
in the Colorado conference meet meetU meetU meetU
U OF Tl U PLAYS TODAY TODAYCoach TODAYCoach j jCoach
Coach Maddocks Maddocls s undefeated u baseball baseballteam baseballteam baseballteafa
team lines up against the baseball team teamfrom teamfrom teamfrQni
from Fort Douglas on Cummings field fieldthis filldthis fieldthis
this afternoon No doubt this will be the thestrongest thestrongest thestrongest
strongest team that the university has hasrun hasrun hasrun
run up against this year George Brown Brownwill BrownwflI Brownwill
will pitch for the university universityLowells unhersltyLowells universityLowelis
Lowells 27 Taylorsvills 12 12The 12The 12The
The Lowells won another game of bas basket basket busket ¬
ket ball from the Taylorsville team yes yesterday yesterday yesterda ¬
terday terda by a score of 27 f to 12 12The 12The 12The
The Bismarck BismarckHandles BismarckHandles BismarckHandles
Handles the genuine imported Bavarian BavarianBeer BavarianBeer BavarianBeer
Beer in bottles which is recommended recommendedby d dby
by all leading physicians for women in indelicate indelicate indelicate
delicate health It is very strengthen strengthening ¬
ing and nutritious nutritiousARRESTED nutritiousARRESTED nutritiousARRESTED
ARRESTED ON SUSPICION SUSPICIONWoman
Woman Taken into Custody at 0 OS 0S
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Policeman George Harris arrested arr sted a awoman awoman I Iwoman
woman about 26 years of age yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon I Iafternoon
afternoon at theOregon Short Line depot depotThe dcpotrhe depotrhe
rhe woman oman Officer Harris said acted actedsuspiciously actedsuspIciously actedsuspiciously
suspiciously He saw her approach two twoor twoor I Ior
or three persons and speak to them The Thepatrol Thepatrol Thepatrol
patrol was called and the woman taken takento I Ito
to police headquarters The woman was wasattemptingto wasattemptln wasattempting
attempting attemptln to get to Denver but was not notbegging notbegging I Ibegging
begging She he is married has a child liv living living ¬
ing in Denver She refused to give her hername hername hername 1
name to the police and was released and andcaught andcatJgbt andcaught
caught the th first train out for Denver DenverBEAUTIFUL Denv r rBEAUTIFUL i iBEAUTIFUL
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Excursion Sunday May 13 13Excursion i iExcursion
Excursion Sunday May 13th 13thia II IIJa
Via Ja Oregon Short Line Only 100 100round 100round 100round
round trip to Ogden Carriages meet meetall meetall
all trains at the depot for the drive driveup driveU
up 19 U > the canyon Leave Salt Lake eith either either either ¬
er at 710 or or1030a 1030 a m or 130 or
405 p m returning leave Ogden at at4J0
4 410 10 or 620 p m City ticket office
201 Main street streetThe StreetThe
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The Bismarck BismarckGerman BlsnarckGerman BlsrnarckGerman
German Lunch Room carries every ¬
thing in the line of German lunches lunchesand
and delicacies delicaciesPORCH delicaciesPORCH delicaciesPORCH
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FIER FIEYAC1D ACIDS IN INTHE INTHEAU THE BLO OD ODAll
All skin diseases are due to the th same cause causean an excess of acid in the theblood theblood theblood
blood caused by faulty assimilation of food and poor bowel action this thisfiery thisfiery thisery
fiery ery acrid matter is forced to the surface through the pores and glands glandsPustules glandsPustules glandsPustules
Pustules are areformed formed discharging a asficky fluid which whiclidries dries and makes acrust acrustcausing1 acrus acruscaus acrustcausing
causing caus ng intense itching When the crusts or scabs are scratched off the theSometimes theskin theskin
skin is left raw and bleeding Dear SirsMy b bdy dy broke out with 0 0Sometimes a aSotnetimes
Sometimes skin diseases are in the rash or eruDtion 5 5dry which in spite o of aU aUd allefforts
efforts to cure continued to get worse worsery
d dryform ry f ann an andbranlikescalescomeon d b ran lk 1 esca 1 escomeon The itching specially atnigh1 at night was wasthe wanthe
the flesh or the skin oecomeshardand becomes hard anti s simply mply ter terrible ible r had t1ied tried m many manyhighly ny nyd
hlghlyrecommendedpreparationsW1th hlghlyrecommendedpreparationsW1thry highly recommendedpreparati one with
dry d ry often 0 It en cracking cra t = ng and an d the painful pal nf u 1 outbenofit and andhenringofS hearing of s S S doter doteritching deteritchino doteritching
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does not no noat at matter how h ow the th e trouble t tObl rou Obl e is 1 is s ties cured curedme me entirely entirelymanifested entirelymanifested entirelymanifested
L MABNO MABNOexcess NAJtNOexcess M NO NOexcess
manifested the cause is the same samean an Escondido Oal
excess of acid in the blood Salves powders cooling washes etc while they theyrelieve theyrelieve theyrelieve
relieve the itching and give the sufferer temporary comfort cannot cure the thetrouble thetrouble thetrouble
trouble because they do not reach the acid laden blood The best treatment treatmentfor
for all skin diseases is S S S a remedy that thatis thatS thatis
is purely vegetable and one which acts directly directlyon
S ssos ssosPURELY < S S on the blood with a cleansing healing effect effectS
S S S neutralizes the acids and purifies the theblood theblood
0 0 blood so that the skin instead of being blistered blisteredE3IEri blisteredPURELY
PURELY E3IEri V VCrCTAPI VEGETABLE IT and andburned burned by the fiery fluids is nourished by bya
rUnciY VC13CIMDLC S a supply Of cooling healthy blood Special Specialbook SpeciaJbook Specialbook
book on Skin Diseases and any medical advice desired will be furnished furnishedwithout furnishedwithout furnishedwithout
without charge THE SWiFT SPECIFiC GQ9 ca 0 ATLANTA GA GAAl2ar GAI
c D 1 tOOKs KS scmiiTLb lfCn Al2ar AI1TAm 53SD COlEPIEiS CUES C1J C1JWeak 302 302Weak FO FOM
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Youthful Folly Weak ak Trem Trembles Trembles TremProstate ¬
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bles Varicocele Excessive ExcessiveDrinking1 ExcessiveProstate ExcessiveDrinking
Prostate Despondent Lack of ofEnergy f Drinking Does in n Urine Ex Exposure ¬
Energy Ambition and Strength StrengthPoor posure J aosure > osure Ovapwork and WorrYPoor Worry WorryExhausting VerrYPoor i
Poor Memory Hollowed Ees Exhausting Dreams DreamsAn DreamsAu
An endless number of men have one or more of the above symptoms and drag dragfrom dra8trom
from day to day In despair of a a prosperous nappy future and well they may for forif fort
if t neglected their health is sure to be wrecked by y ft complete loss of physical phyncaJmental PhYatcaJmental physicalmental
mental and sexual power powerMy powerMy
My method completely and permanently revives manhood after afterureall aft afteureall ottersurealt
ureall remedies and qulckcure specialists fall to even benefit
My scientific systematic sYstema c course of treatment for fornervous wZ wZnervous 3e 3enervous
nervous brokendown brokendo youths and men who have through throughfolly throughtolly throughfolly
folly dissipation and excesses unfitted themselves for work workand workand worttand
and the enjoyment of life Is a system that has been beentested beentested beentested
tested many times over and proven entirely satisfactory in inevery Inevery
every case It Is totally different from thexmany the many sickening sickeningpills BlckenlqpUIs BiCkOuiflZpills I
pills and tablets and the stimulatingr stlmulatlngstomachruinnlr atomachniininjr drug druggiven druPgiven drugsgiven
given by Wouldbe specialists My specific treatment for or all allthe aDthe allthe
the symptoms Indicating Falling Manhood is harmless harmlessthough hnrmleasthough harmlessthough
though so effective as to remove them immediately It la laconstitutional lISconstitutional 15constitutional
constitutional therefore by purifying pur1t 1ng and enriching the th
5 blood strengthening the nervous system nourishing the tie U Umeso
1 lues the patient becomes strong and healthy with all sign 81811f
jfjf > f trouble forever torev r gone Tho treatment Is to the human sys system ¬
tern what the sap Is to the tree treeIt it buds energy ambition ambitionand ambitionand ambitionand
and confidence that leaf into a prime healthy vigorous vigorousfeelinir vigorousfeeUnlr vigorousfeeling
feeling of new life hf a
J treat and cure all such pelvic diseases aa PILES FISTULA RUPTURE RUPTURBVARICOCELE R RUPTUREVARICOCELE tl uR uRv
v VARICOCELE HYDROCELE BLOOD POISON SKIN DISEASES SORES UL ULPROSTATE uziCERa ULCERS
iCERa NERV NERVoUS US DECLINE E and dIseases POISONh of t the e KID KIDNEYS YS BLADDER AND ANDIlR08TATE ANDIPROSTATE
PROSTATE My method of treating these diseases has proven raven so successful successfullhat succesdu1that successfulthat
that I guarantee a e permanent cure In every case accepted and contract by a awritten awritten acvritten
written instrument I trument to produce permanent and satisfactory results re ultB or refund money moneyIMPORTANT moneyI moneyIMPORTANTI
I IMPORTANTI I will cure you for less money than you can b btreated be betreated
j treated for by any other specialist In Salt Lake You may have to come cometo cometo cometo
to me sooner or later In order to be properly cured why not beforo you youhave youhave youhave
have lost your money In doctoring with cheap unskilled specialists specialistsCURE specialistsCURE specialistsCURE
CURE OR NO CHARGE CHARGEABSOLUTELY ABSOLUTELY NO CHARGE UNLESS UNLESSSATISFACTION UNLESSSATISFACTION UNLESS8ATISFAGTION
SATISFACTION IS GIVEN Every patient Is given a written guarantee guaranteeto
to refund every cverydollar dollar paid for services If they do not receive a com completa complete cornp1st
pleta lifelong cure and entire satisfaction and I have made a deposit depositof dep lt
of 50000 In the bank to secure any contract that la I not fulfilled fulfilledCONSULTATION fulfilledCONSULTATION fulfilledCONStILTATION
CONSULTATION FREE CONFIDENTIAL AND I INVITED TTED A personal personalthorough personalorough personalthorough
thorough orough and searching examination Is required though if inconvenient to call callrtteme canteJD8 callwrite
write rtteme teJD8 jue a full description of your trouble Office hun 9 I a m to 8 p xru met m ez ezsept o opt >
sept pt t Sundays from 9 to 1239 Address or cell celliCOOK cc1liCOOK callCOOK
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I I THE DOCTORS WHO CUBE CUBECATARRH OITRECArARRH I ICATARRH
CATARRH and all curable chronic
diseases of the Eyes Ears Nose
Throat Lungs Stomach Kidneys
Liver Bladder and Bowels Heart HeartDisease HeartDisease HeartDisease
Disease Fits Chorea Rheumatism RheumatismPUes RheumatismPiles
Piles Rupture Lost Manhood Va Varicocele Varicocele Varlcocele ¬
ricocele Gonorrhea Syphilis SyphilisProstatic SypbU1tProstatic SyphilisProstatle
Prostatic Troubles and all Chron Chronic ¬
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of Men Women and Children ChildrenLiquor ChUQrenLiquor ChildrenLiquor I
Liquor Habit Cured In 3 DaS or <
No Pay PayHomo PayI PayHome
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If you suffer trr from any an cf the W W4IK W4IKnesses wacflosses RK RKnesses
nesses or diseases caused by Ignorance Ignoranceexcess Ignoranceexce Ignoranceexcess
excess exce s or contagion YOU ARE TiLfc TiLfcVERT THlJVERY THiVERY
VERY PERSON WE WANT TO TOTALK TOTALK TOTALK
TALK TO TOWe TOWe TO7e
We 7e have proven our skill In n curing curingCHRONIC curtngCHRONIC curingCHRONIC
CHRONIC diseases by publishing publishingmany publishingmany publishIngmany
many voluntary testimonials from fromhome froIJhome fromhome
home people giving names pictures picturesand plctu plctuand pictureSand
and addresses addressesWE addressesWE addresseswE
WE CANT PUBLISH OUR CURES CURESIN CUREI
IN PRIVATE DISEASES DISEASESBecause DISEASESBecause
Because ecause It would betray confidence confidenceHence confidenceHence confidenceHence
I Hence we have to prove our skill in inthis inthis
this class of troubles In another auoU er way trayThis wayThis
This Is our plan
Dr G W Shores Shor
PAY WHEN CURED
w We VVft t m mREASONABLE
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REASONABLE FEE when you youBlood
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can depend
upon our word
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us NOW WE rE WANT T ANT TO CUR CURE
YOU with the distinct understanding
that we wIn not demand a FEE untIl
we cure you ou This appll applies s to Lost
Manhood Seminal Weakness Sperma
torrhoea Gonorrfio a Sphills Vail
cocele DIseaes or the Prostate Gland
Unnatural Losses Contracted Dis
orders Stricture etc tc Contagious
Blood Poison and all WEAKNESSES
of men menOFFICE menOFFICE menOFFICE
OFFICE HOURS 9 a m t to 5 p m
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ABSTRACT OF THE ANNUAL STATE STATEMENT STATElIENT STATEMENT ¬
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of the condition of the thelrussian thePrussian C CPrussian
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during the preceding cal calendar calendar calendar ¬
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State of Utah office of the secretary of ofstate ot otstat otstatess
state statess statessI ss ssI ssI
I Charles S Tingey secretary of state stateof stat statof statof
of the state of Utah do hereby herebycertity certify
that the above named Insurance company
has filed in my office a detailed statement atat atatment state statement ¬
ment of its condition from which the
foregoing statement has been prepared preparedand pr preparedand pared paredand
and that thatthe the said company has in all oth other otber oti otier ¬
er respects complied with the laws 1aw of the thestate thestate thestate
state relating to Insurance InsuranceIn
In testimony whereof I have
hereunto set my m hand and affixed
Seal the great seal of the State of Utah tJta
this 30th day of January A D 190S j t9O
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S TINGEY
Secretary of State

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