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THE SALT LAKE LA1 HERALD TUESDAY JUNE JlJ E 26 1906 1
IF IITHAPPENS T HAPPENS HAPPENSIPS IF ITS HERE HEREITS HEREITS
U 1 ITS HERE HERALD SPORTING G NEWS S ITS RIGHT I
TURRENT TORRENTOFHITS TORRENTOFHITSi OF HITS HITSYcSAME
YcSAME i SAMEOF OF RUNS RUNSSalt
Salt Lake Simply Refuses to toLose toLose toLose
Lose a Baseball Game GameEureka GameEureka GameEureka
Eureka the Victims VictimsStanding Victimsi
4 4J 4t
J
i t Standing of the Teams TearnsWon Tear1swol TeamsWoi
Won Lost Le t P C Cjfcalt cIt Cfrait
jfcalt It Lake JO n 5 fJf fJfOgden ETOgden 7
iOgden Ogden 7 73ureka 1 S 18 18Eureka Mure1ta
Eureka 7 W WPark 412 412P21k 412Park
Park City 4 > I 9 9Special M MSpecIal 3tSpc11
Special to t3Eureka Tfc TIM araW araWEureka H raM raMEureka
Eureka June 35 SBuren 2Sttrak ws w badly de defeated defeated defeated ¬
feated in todays game Never before has hasthe buthe lis31he
the home team gone so completely to topieces totPiec toiieca
+ tPiec pieces s and as a result there is weeping weepingmd wpingRud wepingand
md wailing and gnashing gnash of teeth in the thecamp thecamp thecamp
camp ibis evening The Th tuns in camp campthought campthought cIUPIhought
thought that with Rush in the box the theMiners theIiners I I1Mlners
Miners would take todays game from fromSalt fromSalt fromSalt
Salt Lake but Salt Lake landed on him himfor himfor himfor
for twenty safe ones and that coupled coupledwith coupledwith coupledwith
with the fact that Eureka made ten er erTors orrors i iTOrs
Tors which happened along at critical criticalmoments crltlc8lmoments crItka1notnents
moments tells the tale of the days dis disaster dislester disaster
aster lesterEureka asterEureka asterEureka
Eureka was ahead until the fourth inn inning Inn4ng Inndng ¬
ing and looked like a sure winner Jen Jenen JenBen Jensen
Ben en was touched up for three singles and andta andIa anda
ta brace of twobaggers Rush held the thevisitors thevlsltors theMsttors
visitors down to three hits But Salt SaltLakes SaltLakes SaltLakes
Lakes pioiiio commenced in the fifth fifthfield fifthDouglas fifthDouglas
Douglas led oft with a single to left leftfield leftfield
field Stewart reached first on NewelPs NewelPserror NeweUstrror NewellserrOr
error and Hahn drove one down to John Johnand Johnson Johnson
son who ho after pltchlns pitchln it UP hesitated hesitatedand hesitatedand
and threw it late to 0 Connell the ball ballpassing banJIasslng ballass1ng
passing out into right field whereupon whereuponDouglas whereuponIDouglas whereuponDouglas
Douglas and Stewart romped home Mar Margette Mugetts Margetts
getts got second on Johnsons error and andscored andEcored andscored
scored Hahn Beck followed with a safe safeone safecnt safene
one ne scoring Margetts Page hit one onethrough onethrough onethrough
through McKean and Beck tallied After Alter3unn AfterGunn AfterGunn
< Gunn struck out Seare Sa re singled scoring
age A ADouglas si1l by < 1
Douglas and Stewart were quickly caught caughtby cughtby caughtby
by left field fieldThree fieldThree fieldThree
Three more runs in the sixth and five fivein fivein fiveIn
in the eighth finished the agony for Eu Eureka Eurlka Eureka ¬
reka Page made a splendid catch in inthe Inhe Inthe
the he fourth inning pulling down a long longNorthrop
hit by Lumley with his left band and andNorthrop andNorthrop
Northrop brought down the house with witha
a good catch in left fieid after a long longrun longron longrun
run No fault can be found with Eu EuTekas Eurekas EuTekas
Tekas outfield in todays game and Billy
CKing the veteran first baseman deserves deservesa
a great amount of credit creditDouglas creditDouglas creditDouglas
Douglas of Salt Lake should sb uld also come comein comeIn comeSTL
in for special mention as he was always alwaysthere alwaysthere alwaysthere
there when needed A good deal of dis dissatisfaction dissatisfaction diesatisfaction ¬
satisfaction was caused cau ed by the manner meanerin mannerin mannerin
in which Ferrin umpired the game and andat andat andat
at times it seemed as a if he could not notdistinguish notdlstlIlgJJlsh notdlstlngpfsh
distinguish between balls b Jls and strikes He Hegave Hegave Hegave
gave a decision d Ision at first base against againstreka B Breka a areka
reka which caused cau ed bowline from the thebleachers thebleachers thebleachers
bleachers and the t 1tt fans are ol the opinion opinionthat opinionthat opinionthat
that he favored favor d the th visitors vi tters some someThe SOIDeThe soeThe
The poorer core re
Salt Lake LakeAB LakeAB LakeAB
AB R H PO A E ET Eouglas BDouglas
T ouglas > 2b 2 b S I 2 1 R RStewart 0 0Stewart 0Stewart
Stewart s s 4 1 1 1 1 4 1 1Hahn 1Jlahncf
Hahn Jlahncf c Co f i iMargetts IMaagotts 2 3 I I IMargtts1b
Margetts Margtts1b 1 b 6 2 4 1 13 1 1 1J3eck 1Becklf
Beck Becklf 1 f S 2 2Page 0 G GPage 0Pagerf
Page Pagerf T f u I 1 1Gunn I 1 1Gunn I IGunn3b
Gunn Gunn3b 3 b 5 1 1Scare 0 1 1 1S 0 0Scare
Scare S are c Co 5 1 1Jensen 4 t 1 1J I ITcnsen
Jensen J < lnstn p 6 1 1Totals 3 1 0 0Totals 0Totals
Totals 4i 1i S9 ST i 14 14Eureka 14Eureka 4 4Eureka
Eureka EurekaJohnson EurekaJ
A J R H PO A E EJohnson
w Johnson 3 b bWall i 0 1 2 1 2 2Wall 2th
th Wall c f fNorthrop 3 0 I 1 0 0Northrop 1
I Northrop 1 f fMcKean 4 1 3 0 0McKean 0
r McKean r f fKing 4 0 1 1 1 1Kinglb
King Kinglb 1 b bOConnell 3 1 1 S I 1 1OConnell
OConnell 2 b bWall 4 1 1 1 1 1WaUl 1Wallss
WaUl Wallss Wall s s slaimley 4 f 1 1 I 4 4Lum 4Lumleyc
laimley Lum Lumleyc ey c cRush Co 4 0 U i I IBushp 1 1Rush
Rush Bushp p 4 4Totals 0 1 t 0 0Totals 0Totals
Totals Totals 45 46 46Score 3 S f 7 11 11Score
Score by innings inningsSalt InningsSalt InningsaltIke
Salt altIke Lake 1 ioo 0 0 1 6 6ae5oi 6ae5oiEureka 8 5 0li 0liEureka li liEureka
Eureka 0 2l9 1 0 0 000 0 0 0 3 3Earned 3Earned
Earned runs rUBSBurek Bureka 2 Salt Lake 7 7Twobase 7Twobase 7Twobase
Twobase hits hltaNortnrop Nortnrop McKean Base Baseon Baseon Baseon
on balls ballsOff Off Rush 1 off Jensen 1 1Struck 1Struck I
Struck out outBy By Rush 4 by Jensen 9 9Left JLefton L LLeZton
Left Lefton on bases basesSalt Salt Lake 7 Eircka EJrc Q 7 7Double 7Double 7Double
Double play plaMcK McKwn Pn to Kin Wild WildpltcUJensen Wild1ltcUJensen VIidpIt1tJensen
pltcUJensen Hit by pitcher pltclterunn pltcher3unnKing Sunn
King Time of > game game21G 236 Umpire UmpireFer UmpireFerrin Fer Ferriru
rin Attendance Attendance400 Attendance400RESULTS 100 100RESULTS OO OORESUL
RESULTS RESUL IS AT KIEL KIELKing KIELKing KEELKing
King of Spain Takes His Tub Out of ofRace ofRace I IRace
Race RaceKiel RaceRiel RaceKid
Kiel June 25 5Fonowla Following is the result resultof result1f
of 1f the third contest of the regatta for forpeclaleJu
Specialclass boats today todayTLT
HMS HMStlolch
TLT Molch 7 L
3M738 247
Tiny viir 2 247 4161 4161t r
Angelo The t 1o 1okf king kf II IlThe i fii of Spains si i sr racing agent i 36096 with t ¬
drew the Moitriseot as she shfr had been last lastin last1T1 lest3m
in the first two wo o races The S Snti atL entered
by the Bilbao Yacht dub also 1 o has been beenwithdrawn beenwithdrawn beeswithdrawn
withdrawn as a her mast is tee to short shortAlready shortAlready shortAlready
Already the attendance at Gaidars Caldwsas
has as given gIv l1 It the stamp of public ap approval approyal aprova1 ¬
proval provalBe proyalBe rova1 rova1Be
s
Be brlrtit and fair fairbathe bathe at Saltair
NATIONAL 1 GOLF TOURNEY TOURNEYNoted
Noted Professionals and anato Amateurs Amateursto
to Compete at On Onwentsia Onwentsia Onwentsia
wentsia wentsiaChicago wentsiaChfc wentsiaChicego
Chicago Chfc o June 25 2 2gWIth With a few additions additionsthe additionsthe additionsthe
the fluid for the national open golf cham championship championship championsblp ¬
pionship which will start on Thursday at attil attmt atthe
til the Onweatsia club will be about the theaarae thelI8DIe thesme
aarae as that in the western open at the theHomewood theH theH
Homewood H mewood club last week The presence presenceof preSenceof
of Amateur Champion H C Egan and
George Craiston the Plttsburg player will willadd wJUa willadd
add a d strength to the amateur representa representation ¬
tion tionOf or the professionals who did id not per perform perform perform ¬
form at Homewood last week the most mostnoted mostnoted mostnoted
noted who will play at Onwentsla are Alec AlecRoes AlecROBS AlecBoss
Roes of Breaburn Bre buro Donald Ross of Oakley
Peter Robertson of Oakmont David Rob Robertson RobertlGn Robertson ¬
ertson of Plttsburg Percy Barrett of To Toroato T0ronto Torosto
roato George Cummings of Toronto Don Donald Donal Donaid ¬
aid al Ball B ll of Philadelphia and L S Maokie Maokieof
of Foxhills All of these men have fin finished tinisbed finished ¬
ished far enough up in previous tourna tournaments tournameum tournameats ¬
meats to be counted as possibilities possibilitiesNOTED possibilitiesNOTED possibilitiesNOTED
NOTED SKIPPER DIES DIESHandled DIESHandled DIESHandled
Handled Puritan When She Defend Defended ¬
ed Americas Cup CupNew CupNew CupNew
New York June 25 26A A dispatch from fromCohaaset fromCoha8set fromCohasset
Cohaaset Mass to the Herald says that thatCaptain thatCaptain thatCaptain
Captain Aubrey Crocker 60 60yoars years old one oneof oneof oneof
of the best known yachting skippers in inAmerica inAmerica InAmerica
America died there yesterday of Brights Brightsdisease Brightsdisease Brightsdisease
disease In ISSt he was chosen to t r sail sailthe sallthe sailthe
the Puritan and remained on this boat boatfor boatfor boatfor
for some years afterward He sailed on onthe onthe onthe
the Volunteer and Mayflower in the cup cupraoes cuprOes cupraoos
rOes in an advisory capacity He had hadfigured hadfigured hadfigured
figured in almost every important race racesinee racesinoe racesinee
sinee tbe he Puritan came out and was in inthe Inthe Inthe
the latter 1 tter one season after she won the thecup thecup thecup
cup
e I IEat
Eat your dinner at the Mack Smith SmithItnch SmithIrnch SmithIruch
Itnch room 1130 to 230 27 27Yt W First FirstSouth FirstSou FirstSouth
South Sou th
WiULEDON WIM8EIIONTENNIS mm STARTS STARTSTwo
Two American Cracks Win Their TheirGames TheirGames TheirGames
Games in Opening OpeningHound OpeningRound OpeningRound
Round HoundWimbledon RoundWimbledon RoundWimbledon
Wimbledon England June 25 25The 25Thelawn 25Thelawn The Thelawn
lawn tennis championship games opened openedhere openedhere openedhere
here today and will last the best part of ofa ofa ofa
a fortnight No less than sixtyeight sixtyeightplayers sIxtyeightplayers sixtyeightplayers
players are entered for the mens cham championship championship chainpionship ¬
pionship America is represented in this thiscontest thiscontest thiscontest
contest by Raymond D Little and Kreigh KreighCollins KrelghCollins KreighCollins
Collins The former was early in the thefield thefield thefield
earlr
field and was easily successful in the theround theround theround
round beating A w V Sawyer In three threestraight threestraIght threestraight
straight sets The scores were 61 62 6L 6LCollins 6 6CoI1fns 61Collins
Collins later won an equally easy vic victory vIctory victory ¬
tory over E R Atterson by three sets to tonone tonone tonone
none Scores 61 61 62 62Beals 62Beals 62Beals
Beals C Wright Wri ht was among the spec spectators spectators spectators ¬
tators His injured hand is improving improvingMiss ImproIngMIss ImprovingMiss
Miss Sutton of Pasadena Cal will de defend def defend ¬
fend f nd the title of lady champion and andmeanwhile andme andmeanwhile
meanwhile me nwhlle will participate part1ctp te in the mixed mixeddoubles mixeddoubl88 mixeddoubles
doubles
ANEMONE ANEMONEARRiVES ANEMONEARRiVESLost ARRIVES ARRIVESLost
Lost Her Spinnaker Boom in Trip Tripto
to Honolulu HonoluluHonolulu HonoluluHonolulu HonoluluHonolulu
Honolulu June 26 246 p m mThe The An Anemanes Anemones Anemones
emones time in the transPacific yacht yachtrace yachtrace yachtrace
race from San Pedro Cal to Honolulu Honoluluwas
was 14 days and 21 l seconds secon s She sailed
2300 miles and the Lurline about 2400 2400The 2400The 2400The
The Anemone averaged 165 miles daily dailyand dallyand dailyand
and the only incident of the trip occurred occurredon
on June 21 when her spinnaker boom was wascarried wascarried wascarried
carried away in a stiff gale galeThe galeThe galeThe
The Sinclair party was among those thosewho thosewho thosewho
who went out in in launches to meet the theAnemone theAnemone theAnemone
Anemone There Is a keen local interest interestevinced interestevinced Interestevinced
evinced in La Palomas Palomaschance chance to win the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second trophy but it Is believed to be besmall besmaIl besmall
small smallThe smaIlrhe smallhe
The he growing demand for Mounts Pork Porkand Porkand Porkand
and Beans is the best evidence of otUs otUssuperiority Its Itssuperiority Itssuperiority
superiority
YESTERDAYS BASEBALL GAMES
NATIONAL NATIONALChicago NATIONALWon NATI ONALII ONALIIWon
Won Loet L t P C CChicago CChicago
Chicago ChicagoPittsburg 4 44 < If If3S 11Plttsburg 8S 8SPJttsburg
Pittsburg 3S M 667 fiG7New 0iTNew
New York YorkPhiladelphia 40 4 31 I 667 667PhiJadelpbla 667Philadelphia
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaCincinnati 31 K 488 u uCIncinnati 48Cincinnati
Cincinnati CincinnatiSt 25 3 S8 S SSt 29 29Si 391 391at
St Louis LouisBrooklyn Si I 40 375 T TBrooklyn l7Brooklyn
Brooklyn BrooklynBoston 2 37 378 371Bo 373Boston
Boston Bo ton 21 4 4i 344 344Chicago 344Chicago 44 44Chicago
Chicago June 2S 26Reulbach Reulbach held St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis down to one lonely single today todaybut todaybut todaybrt
but the hit was timely coming after a apass aIMlSS apass
pass and a sacrifice and saved the vie visL vieItem 1s 1sttors
L Item from a shutout Reulbach won his histfwhgaine hisn hisdwzi
tfwhgaine dwzi n game in the fifth with a clean hit hitScore hitSCore hitIt
Score Scorei
i B It H E EChicago EChlCAgG BChicago
Chicago 2 6 0 0St 0St 0SLLouis
St SLLouis Louis 1 1 1 1Batteries 1BlLtteriesReulbch 1BatterlosReulbach
Batteries BlLtteriesReulbch Reulbach and Kline Kling Karger KargerKvers KargerThempsoD KargerThompson
Thompson and Grady Twobase hit hltEvers hitEvers
Evers Struck oat outBy By Reulbach 7 Base Baseon Baseon Baseon
on balls bUsOff Off Reulbach 3 off Thompson TbompsonUmplresKlem
2 Umpires UmplresKlem Klem m and Carpenter CarpenterCincinnati CarpenterClnclnnatf CarpenterCincinnati
Cincinnati June X 5Stolen Stolen bases were werelargely werelargely werelargely
largely responsible for the victory of ofPlttsburg ofPfttsburg ofPlttsburg
Plttsburg over Cincinnati today Score ScoreR
R H E ECincinnati Ectnclnnati BindnnaU
Cincinnati 2 8 1 1Pittsburg 1Pittsburg
Pittsburg 4 1 8 8BatteriesEwIng 8BatteriesEwing 9 9Batteries
Batteries BatteriesEwIng E wing and Schlei Willis and andGibson andGI andGibson
Gibson GI > > son Twobase hits hitsSeymour Seymour Dele Delehanty Delebanty Delehauty
hanty Wagner Struck out outBy By Ewing EwingG
6 by Willis 1 L Base on balls balIsOff Off Ewing Ewingert
2 off Willis 4 Umpire UmpireODay UmpireODayBoston UmpireODayBoston ODay ODayBoston
Boston June 26 25No No Boston player playerreached playerreached
reached re chedsec second nd base during todays game gamewhich gamewhich gamewhich
which Brooklyn won by 2 to 0 Score ScoreR
R R H E EBrooklyn EBrooklyn T5 T5Brooklyn
Brooklyn 2 6 0 0Boston 0Boston
Boston 0 2 3 3BatterlSScanlon 3BatterlesScanlon
Batteries BatterlSScanlon Scanjon and Bergen Young Youngand YoungaDd Youngand
and Needham Base on balls ballsOrt Off Young
1 Struck out outBy By Young 7 by Scanlon Scanloni
5 L Umpires UmplresConway Conway and Emslie EmslieNew EmslieNew EmelleNew
New York June 2 5The The locals had no nodifficulty nodifficulty nodifficulty
difficulty in winning from the Philadel Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphis ¬
phia visitors today They batted Lush Lushfor Lushfor Lushfor
for seven runs in the sixth inning and andthen andthen andthen
then Ritchie replaced him Score ScoreR
R H E EPhiladelphia BPhiladelphia I
Philadelphia Phlla elphla n 3 7 7New 5 5NewYork
New NewYork York 12 12 2 2Batteries 2BatteriesLush 2BatterIesLush
Batteries BatteriesLush Lush Ritchie and Donovan DonovanTaylor DonovanTaylor DonovanTaylor
Taylor Ferguson and Bowerman Base Baseon Boseon Baseon I
on balls ballsOff Off Taylor 4 off Ferguson 3 3off 3off 3off
off Ritchie 2 Struck out outBy By Taylor 10 10By 10By 10By
By Ferguson 2 by Lush 2 Twobase Twobasehit TwobasehitTItus TwobasehitTitus
hit hitTItus Titus Umpire UmpJreJohnstone UmpJreJohnstoneAMERICAN UmplreJohnstoneAMERICANASSOCIATION Johnstone JohnstoneAMERICAN
AMERICAN AMERICANASSOCIATION AMERICANASSOCIATIONAt ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONAt
At St Paul Paul6t St PaulMilwaukee game gamepostponed gamepostponed gamepostponed
postponed postponedAt
At Minneapolis Mlnnefu > olls MinneapolisKansas MinneapolisKansasCity
City game postponed postponedAt
At Indianapolis IndlanapollsIndlanapolis Indianapolis lanapolis 0 Colum ¬
bus 4 4At 4At 4At
At Toledo Toie ToedoToledo oToledo Toledo 2 Louisville i iPACIFIC iPACIFIC 5PACIFICCOAST
PACIFIC PACIFICCOAST PACIFICCOASTPortland COAST COASTPortland COASTPortltuM1
Portland June 25 5The The locals batted battedLemke battedLemke battedLemke
Lemke viciously ir the first and second secondwhile secondwillie secondwhile
while with the exception of the first inn inntog binlag Innhag
tog Essick wa a puzzle to Fresno FresnoScore FresnoSoore FrosnoScore
Score
R RHE RHEPortland H E EPortland EFortland
Portland 7 11 flFresno 2 2Fresno 2Fresno
Fresno 4 6 1 1Batteries 1BatteriesEssick 1BetterlesEssick
Batteries BatteriesEssick Esslck and McLean Lemke Lemkeand Lemkeand Lemkeand
and Hogan
WESTERN WESTERNWon
Won Lost P PC PC1eveland C Ceveland
Cleveland ClevelandPhiladelphia eveland 36 21 6 6Philadelphia 6i 6iPhiladelphia
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaNew oM 34 23 ii iiNew 596 596New
New York YorkSt 34 34Cleveland 24 4 SSG SSGLouis 5S6St
St Louis LouisChicago at 27 534 534Cblcago 534Chicago
Chicago ChicagoDetroit 20 27 51 sis sisDetroit >
Detroit DetroitWashington 31 > 2S 51 51Washington 517 517Washington
Washington WashingtonBoston ro n 351 351Boston 351Boston
Boston BostonOmaha 16 42 276 276Omaha Z6Omaha
Omaha June uRe 2i 2iA A ninth inning rally rallywon rallywon rallywon
won the game for Denver today The Thescore Thescore Thescore
score was a tie before that time when whenDodge whenDodge whenDodge
Dodge went to pieces Score
R H E
Omaha 1 8 0 0Denver 0Denver
Denver 4 10 0 0Batteries 0BatteriesDodge 0BatteriesDodge
Batteries BatteriesDodge Dodge and Bender Engle Engleand Engleand Engleand
and Zslusky ZsluskySioux ZduskySioux ZiuskySioux
Sioux City June 25 25Todays Todays game was wasa
a regular batting carnival Out of the thetwentyeight thetwentyeight thetwentyeight
twentyeight safe sat hits recorded recor ed nine were werefor werefor werefor
for extra bases Luck was with the lo locals locals locals ¬
cals although Lincoln played pl yed the clean cleanest cleanest cleanest ¬
est game Score
T R > TT H E p pSioux
Sioux City 11 15 15Lincoln i 4 4Lincoln 4Lincoln
Lincoln 6 13 1 1Batteries 1BatteriesJackoon 1BatteriesJackson
Batteries BatteriesJackoon Jackson Sawyer Corbett Corbettand Corbettand Corbettand
and Hess Morse and an ZInran ZInranDes ZinranDes ZinranDes
Des Moines June Si 5Doo Dos Moines de e ¬
feated Pueblo P ebJo today ay by a score of 11 to
I L in a game marked by heavy hitting
Score
R IL H B
Des Moines r 11 17 0
Pueblo 5 11 1
Batteries BatteriesMiner Miller and Towne Faurot Faurotand Faurotand Faurotand
and Messitt
AMERICAN AMERICANSt
St Louis June 25 2iChlcago Chicago was lucky
to score as often as they did and the
locals deserved their win Score ScoreT
ScoreR
R H E
St T Louis 6 12 2
Chicago 4 6 3
Batteries BatterlesJacob Jacobean en Pelty and OCon OConnor OConnor OConnor ¬
nor Altrock Sullivan and Hart HartWashington HartWashington HartWashington
Washington June 2S 2iChesbro Chesbro held
Washington n down to three liitstoday hits today and
New York easily scored ored a shutout Score ScoreR
R H E
Washington 0 3 1
New NewYork York 2 7 2
Batteries BatteriesFalkenberg Falkenberg and Heydon
Chesbro and McGuire McGuirePhiladelphia McGuirePhiladelphia McGuirePhiladelphia
Philadelphia June 25 25Lords Lords triple and
Murphys single gave Philadelphia the theonly theonb theonly
only run scored SCGre In todays game with withsteady
Boston Waddell and Dineen pitched good goodsteady goodsteady
steady ball and lid both were brilliantly sup ¬
ported Score
R H E
Boston 0 7 0
Philadelphia 1 7 0
Batteries BfttterlesDlneen Dineen and C Armbruster
Waddell and Schreck SchreckDetroit SebreckDetroit I IDetroit
Detroit June 25 2For For eight successive i iInnings
innings Joss set Detroit down in order
Crawford Crawf rd who tripled In the fourth and andwas andY8S andwas
was out trying t Ing to make it a home run
being the only man to get on the bases
Score
R H E
Detroit i 3 0
Cleveland 3 9 0
Batteries BatteriesDOllOftn BatteriesDon Donovan and Warner Joss Jossand JossarId Jossai
and Clark ClarkTheatre ClarkTheatre
It ItThMtre
Theatre open at Sftltairthis SRJtair ih this is week
Heres aNew a New Coat Coatne
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One ne youve you ye never seen before We worked workedall workedall workedall
all day yesterday to get it It fits beauti beautifully beautifully beautifully ¬
fully The color and cut are very becom becomthat becomingfits becomr
ingfits r snug allover au ii over A e A great long 1 iong coat coatthat coatthat
that reaches all down the back one hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred and thirty feet fifty feet longer than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the old one Its not for sale however it itwont itwont itwont
wont fit you yousa youIts
t
Its sa a New Coat of Wallpaper WallpaperCome
JL Jk JkCome
k Come see it See how much lighter itmakes itmakes it itmakes
makes our store how much better it makes makesit V
it All in keeping with the times andBETTER andBETTER and andBETTER
BETTER CLOTHES CLOTHESAH CLOTHESAHCRABBECO22OMajn
AH AHCRABBECO22OMajn CRABBE CO 220 Main
RESIDENTS ARE UP II IN ARMS ARMSObject ARMSObject ARMSObject
Object to Barring Americans Be Because Because Because ¬
cause It Touches Their TheirPocketbook TheirPocketbook TheirPocketbook
Pocketbook PocketbookHenley PocketbookHenle PocketbookHenley
Henley Henle England June 25 25The The residents residentsof
of this riverside rlversI e town who reap a rich richharvest richharvest richharvest
harvest yearly from the regatta are an anathematizing anathematizing anathoinatizing ¬
athematizing Coach Fletcher of Oxford to today today today ¬
day They realize that their pocketbooks pocketbookswill
will be touched It his proposal to exclude excludeAmericans excludeAmericSUlS excludeAmericans
Americans from future regattas is adopt adopted adopted ¬
ed and they do not like the prospect
Among the rank and file of the rowing
men opinions vary and there are Indica ¬
tions that considerable opposition will de develop develop do dovelop ¬
velop against > t Mr Fletchers sweeping res resolution resolution resolution ¬
olution He contends that it will be the
fault of the American National Associa Association ¬
tion of Amateur Oarsmen if the Ameri Americans Americans Aniericans ¬
cans are prevented from rowing at Hen ¬
ley leyThey
They have not done their duty said
Mr Fletcher today Every foreign oars oarsman oarsman oarsman ¬
man coming here to compete has to sign signa
a declaration that he Is an amateur ac according according according ¬
cording to the laws of the Amateur Row ¬
ing association of England The Vespers Vespersdid Vespersdid Vespersdid
did more than was required they swore
in affidavits before a notary public that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they were amateurs under our definition definitionThey definitionThey eflnltlonThey
They were supported by the president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the American National Association of Am Amateur Amateur Amateur ¬
ateur Oarsmen and yet we learn after afterward afterward afterward ¬
ward that the affidavits were false and andthat andthat andthat
that the American association had not nottaken Dottaken nottaken
taken proper care to learn the facts be before beforc before ¬
fore it indorsed the entry Under these thesecircumstances thesecircumstances thesecircumstances
circumstances I say that the American Americanrowing Americanrowing Americanrowing
rowing association has not done its duty dutyand dutyand dutyand
and that we ought not to accept Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can entries until the American association associationputs associationputs associationputs
puts its house in order and a new associa association association association ¬
tion Is formed on proper lines That will willtake willtake willtake
take about two years yearsJoseph yearsJoseph yearsJoseph
Joseph Wright stroke of the Argonaut ArgonautCanadian ArgonautCanadian ArgonautCanadian
Canadian crew denounced the proposal proposalas
as being an insult to American colleges collegesHe
He said saidIf saidIf saidIt
If the resolution is carried it will cre create create oreate ¬
ate a lot of bad feeling It is manifestly manifestlyunfair manifestlyunfair manifestlyunfair
unfair to cast a slur on the amateurism amateurismof
of over forty big rowing clubs because of ofone otone ofone
one or two black sheep American rowing rowingis rowin rowinIs
is the purest of sports in America and andCanada andCanada an anCanada
Canada CanadaW
W B West of Philadelphia received his hisrepaired hisrepalred hisrepaired
repaired boat from the builders today and andthn andthp andthe
the Improvement in his sculling during to todays todas todays ¬
days practice was apparent apparentMIENS apparentWOMENS apparentWOMENS
WOMENS TOURNAMENT ENDS ENDSMrs
Mrs Coe and Mrs Platt of Engle Englewood Englewood ng1e ng1ewood
wood Club Capture Champion Championship Championship Championship ¬
ship in Doubles DoublesPhiladelphia DoublesPhiladelphia DoublesPhiladelphia
Philadelphia June 25 25The The womans na national national natlonal ¬
tional championship lawn tennis tourna tournaj touroameet tournameet
j meet on the Philadelphia Cricket club clubgrounds clubgrounds clubgrounds
grounds was brought to a conclusion to today today today ¬
day Mrs L S Coe and Mrs D F Platt Plattof PIaUot PiatLof
of the Englewood N J Field club win winning winning winning ¬
ning the doubles and Miss Sarah Caffin of ofStaten ofStaten ofStaten
Staten island and E B Dewhurst of the theUniversity theUniversity theUniversity
University of Pennsylvania the mixed mixeddoubles mixeddoubles mixeddoubles
doubles championships respectively respectivelyMrs
Mrs Coo and Mrs Platt defeated Miss MissHelena MissHelen MissHelena
Helena Homans and Miss Clover Boldt of ofNew ofN ofNew
New N ew York in the final 6 64 4 64 The win winners winners winners ¬
ners tx tok > k few chances and played a back backcourt backcourt backcourt
court game almost continually In the themixed themixed themixed
mixed doubles Miss Coffin and Mr Dew Dewhurst Dewhurst Dewhurst
hurst beat Miss Margaret Johnson and W WT WT WT
T Johnson Staten island 6 63 3 7 75 75SALES 7SSALES 5 5SALES
SALES AT SHEEPSHEAD SHEEPSHEADYearling SHEEPSHEADYearling SHEEPSHEADYearling
Yearling by Watercress Rosette RosetteBrings RosetteBrings RosetteBrings
Brings 15000 15OOOSheepshead 15000Sheepshood 15000Sheopehead
Sheepshead Bay Ba L I June 25 2 The Thelast Thelast Thelast I
last of the Rancho del Paso yearlings yearlingswere yearl1ngwere
were sold at Sheepshead Bay today and andthe andthe nd ndthe
the best prices of the entire sales were wererealized wenerealized
realized Fortyseven head sold for a to total total total ¬
tal of 68575 Newton Bennington was a aliberal aliberal aliberal
liberal buyer He purchased a number of ofyearlings oryearlings ofyearlings
yearlings among them a chestnut colt coltby coltby coltby
by WatercressRosette for 15000 and an another another another ¬
other by WatercressTeatro for 14000 14000The 14000The 14000The
The other best sales were wereBay wereBay wereBay
Bay colt by Star RubyPrim II N NBennington NBennington NBennington
Bennington 2500 2500Brown 2500Brown 2500Brown
Brown colt by Star RubyRoyal Light LightA
A J Joyner 4500 4500Brown 4500Brown 4500Brown
Brown colt by WatercressSilea J JMackey JIackey JMackey
Mackey 2750 32750Chestnut 2750Chestnut O OChestnut
Chestnut colt by WatercressScarlet Watercress Scarlet S SPaget SPaget SPaget
Paget 2700 32700Bay 2700Bay 700 700Bay
Bay filly by WatercressStrathflower WatercressStrathflowerN
N Bennington J3100 J3100Chestnut 3100 3100Chestnut 3100Chestnut
Chestnut colt by b GlenheimThe Shrew ShrewN
N Bennington 3000 3000Bay 3000Bay 3000Bay
Bay colt by Star RubyVentura S Pa PaRet Paget Paget
get S3 S3OOOO S3OOOOBrown 330000Brown 0000 0000Brown
Brown filly by WatercressZealandia WatercressZealandiaM
M L Hayman 3000 3000BEALS 3000 3000BEALS 3000BEALS
BEALS WRIGHT LOSES FINGER FINGERi
4 4 Wimbledon June 25 25Beals Beals G GWright + f fWright
4 Wright a member of the American Americanteam 4 f
4 4 team which came to England to play playH playfor
i H 4 for the Dwight F Davis international internationalklawn Interna Internationallawn tIonal tIonallawn
lawn tennis championship cup but buti butwho
4 i > who was unable to compete because becauseot
4 of the cutting of his right hand with witha c ca
a broken soda water bottle at the theCrescent theCrescent theCrescent
< > Crescent Athletic clubhouse in Brook Brooklyn Brookb11 Brookbn +
< lyn a a day ay or two before the team teamsailed 4 4sailed
sailed has had the forefinger of the thehand thehand thehand
< hand amputated The hands is nown now nowhealing nowhealing i
4 healing satisfactorily satisfactorilyBIGELOWS satisfactorilyBIGELOWS
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BIGELOWS GOOD RECORD RECORDSpecial RECORDSpecial RECORDSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldOgden HeraldOgden HeraldOgden
Ogden June 25 2 25Archie Archie Bigelow has re returned r rturned rn rnturned
turned from the northwest where he par participated participated participated ¬
ticipated In the trapshooting tournament tournamentfeated tournamentDuring tournamentDuring
During the three days shoot he was de defeated do dofeated
feated by 15 by Holohon On t tof the last day dayof ay I Iof
of the shoot Mr Bigelow lost but wto wtoout wtoout wtoout
out of eightyfive birds birdsW birdsW birdsw
W R Ward of Dyersburg Tenn Tennwrites Tennwrites Tennwrltes
writes This is to tl certify that I have haveused haveused haveused
used Orine Laxative Fruit Syrup for forchronic forchronic forchronic I
chronic constipation and It has proven provenwithout proven provenlthout provenwithout
without a doubt to be a thorough thoroughpractical thoroughpractical thoroughpractical I
practical remedy for this trouble and andIt andIt andIt I II
It is with pleasure I offer my conscien conscientious conscIentious conscientious ¬
tious reference F J Hill Drug Co Cothe Cothe Cothe
the Never Substitutors SubstitutorsDeath SubstltutorsDeath SubstitutorsDeath
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I never follows an injury dressed with withBuoklens withBuoklens withBuokienS
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and healing heallu properties prevent blood bloodpoisoning bloodpoisoning bloodpoisoning
poisoning Chas Oswald Osw ld merchant of ofRensselaersville otRensselaersv1lle orRensselaersville
Rensselaersville N Y writes un uncured II IIcured Itcured
cured Seth Burch of this Dlace of the theugliest th thugliest theugliest
ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw sawCures sawCures sawCures
Cures cuts wounds burns and sores sores25c sores25c sores25c
25c at Z C M I drug department departmentReal departmentJ departmentReal departmentReal
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Real Estate Day Saltair June 28 28Over 28Over 28Over
Over 250 2 O prizes cash merchandise merchandiseJots merchandisee merchandiseTickets
Jots lots etc etcTickets e etcTickets
Tickets for sale by all members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the association and at headquarters 15 15West 15West 15West
West Second South SouthDIAMOND SouthDIAMOND SouthDIAMONDCOAL
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DIAMOND DIAMONDCOAL DIAMONDCOALSold COAL COALSold COALSold
Sold only by Citizens Coal company companyRemoved companyRemoved companyRemoved
Removed to 153 S Main Phone 49 49Grain 49Grain 49GraIn
Grain and Flour FlourDealers Dealers Day DayAt DayAt DayAt
At Lagoon Wednesday June 27 Prizes Prizesfor Prizesfor Prizesfor
for everybody A carload of flour given givenaway givenaway givexaway
away Be sure and an go goGet goJ goGet
J 4 4Get
Get in on the big prize list Heal Es Estate Est Estate ¬
tate t te day at Saltair June 28 28Tickets 28TIckets 28Tickets
Tickets are 25c each for sale by all allmembers aUmcmbers allmembers
members of the association and at 15 15Vest 15West i iWest
West Second South SouthDr SouthDr SouthDr
Dr Broadbents BroadbentsDental BroadbentDental BroaciberitsDental
Dental office 500 00 Scott Bldg 168 Main MainThe Maina
5 5The a I IThe
The human fish at Saltair
MACHHETTOn MACHHETTOnWill MAC AND SAM SAMMEETTO MEET TO NIGHT NIGHTWill
Will Settle Their Differences in inKvellile inFiveMile inPiveNile
Kvellile TandemPaced TandemPacedEace
Race EaceFloyd RaceFloYd RaceFloyd
Floyd McFarland and W E Samuelson Samuelsonare
are to fight it out in a fivemile tandem tandempaced tandempaced tandempaced
paced race at the Saucer track this even ¬
ing The race will l11 be paced by tandem tandemteams tandemteams tandemteams
teams both men following the same tan ¬
dem and an the pace changed often enough
to make it fast The race Is the outcome outcomea
of ° a challenge Issued by McFarland to
race Samuelson m any kind of a race and
Samuelson chose this style Friends of
Samuelson expected him to choose the
Australian pursuit style as the kind kln of
a race in which he stands the best chance
to beat McFarland but the Pride of Provo
said tandem pace and McFarland acqui ¬
escedA escedA esced escedA
A threequartermile handicap in which
the scratch men m n will have to go some somend
and nd a halfmile hat mlle open in vhich Iver Law
son will in all probability prob blJIty unwind that
sprint of his are down on the programme
Jack Humes crowd will fight It out In
a mile open openBURNS openBURrJS openBURNS >
BURNS AFTER TROUBLE TROUBLEThinks TROUBLEThinks TROUBLEThinks
Thinks Salt Lake Would Be Good GoodPlace GoodPlace GoodPlace
Place to Start It ItBilly ItBilly ItBilly
Billy Gee the Chicago fight promoter
writes that he has taken the management
of Tommy Burns and says he would wouldweight
like to get on a match for the heavy
weight championship ch chthnpionshlpjack mplonshlpJack Jack OBrien Mar MarTI1H
yin TI1H Hart VBob Bob Fltzslmmons Mike Schreck
John Wille and others please take notice
In Salt Lake Gee says Burns Is I open
to meet any man in n the world Gee is
the man who handled Otto Seiloff when
he fought Jerry Je McCarthy here the first
time and was also manager of Tommy
Burns at that time timeDENVER timeDENVER timeDENVER
DENVER RESULTS RESULTSDenver RESULTSDenver RESULTSDenver
Denver June 25 2 25Overland Overland results
First race 240 class trotting trottingThomas Thomas Thomas9nj
won 9nj Osceola second Brighton Boy
third Time 22S 22SSecond 228Second 22SA
Second race six furlongs furlongsInvasion Invasion won
Little Gregg second Blumenthal third
Time 117 117Third 117Third 11714
Third race five and a half furlongs furlongsOld Old
Ella won Redan second All Black third
Time 11L 11LFourth 1tlFourth 111Fourth
Fourth race mile and a Quarter QuarterLos Los
Angelino won The Southerner second
Piquet third Time 216 216Fifth 216Fifth 216Fifth
Fifth race five and a half furlongs
Edgecliffe won Sir Carter second Mos
kete third Time 111 111Sixth 1llSixth 111Sixth
Sixth race five and a half furlongs
Easy Street won Bickster Hodi second
Dan Collins third Time 112 112Seventh 112Seventh 112Seventh
Seventh race one mile mlleSupreme Supreme Court Courtwon Courtwon Courtwon
won Mabel Sims second Langford
James third Time 158 158A 156I 156A
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bladder disease It strengthens the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole system F FT J Hill Drug Co the theNever theNever theNever
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Real Estate Day Saltair June 28 28Over 28Over 28Over
Over 250 prizes cash merchandise merchandiselots
lots etc etcTickets etcTickets etcTickets
Tickets for sale by all members of ofthe orthe ofthe
the association and at headquarters 15 15West 15West 15West
West Second South SouthGrain SouthGraIn SouthGrain
Grain and Flour Dealers Day DayAt DayAt DayAt
At Lagoon Wednesday June 27 Prizes Prizesfor Prizesfor Prizesfor
for everybody A carload of flour given givenaway givenaway
away Be sure and go goPainting goPaintIng goPainting
Painting PaintingAnd PaintIngAnd
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remedies and quickcure specialists fail to even benefit >
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nervous brokondown youths and men who have through throughfolly throughfolly throughfolly
folly dissipation and excesses unfitted themselves for work workand workand ork orkand
and the enjoyment of life is a system that has been tested testedmany testedman testedmany
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case It is totally different from the many sickening pills pillsand pillsand pillsand
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though so effective as to remove them immediately Immedlatel It is isconstitutional isconstlttJona1 Isconstitutional
constitutional therefore by purifying and enriching the theblcod
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I treat tr at and cure all such pelvic diseases as PILES FISTULA RUPTURE
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