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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY AUGUST 23 1909 1909Whats 7 7JWha 7WhsWhanSports
Jf JWha Whats WhsWhanSports All What the Time in Sports SportsJf orls KRAMER IS MMl HA HAVING VING V VERY HARD LUCK TheS The Sporting of Salt ift Lake Author ity ityof
BW VISTA VISTAIS VISTAISBUILDING IS ISWork ISBUILDING
BUILDING fAST fASTWork
Work on Old Race Course CourseShowing CourseShowing CourseShowing
Showing Results and Fine FinePMe FineMile FineMile
Mile Track Is Seen SeenThe SeenThe
The Buena Vista race track being bullby bull IMIIItby bUtby
by the Utah Jockey club now shows howscompleted 8W 8Wcompleted O Ocompleted
completed stalls a string of racers raws rRoS al already a aready 1 1ready
ready quartered the frame work for tin tingrandstand Utegrandstand tMgrandstaj
grandstand up and the track m R Rnltlcent mag magnlflcent magnWcent
nlflcent shape shapeA
A fine mile track is the general opinionThe opinion OfIlnlonThe oplnkWLThe
The stretches are as a straight as a rut rutand rtllttand rideand
and being I > eightyfive feet in U width will wHicommand wUcommand willcommand
command respect from every Jockey rid rWIng ridIng ridthg
Ing at the rack The turns are all banked banketand bitnkedaJ1d bankedad
and if necessary nece ary the track could be raeec raeecon ra08on raodon
on today By next Saturday the th fences fenceswill tnoesw11l fbneswill
will all have been built the grmndstan grmndstancompleted grandstanlclmpleted grandstn1empleted
completed and the course will take on atappearance at IU1appearance anappearance
appearance as before known there thereThe thereThe thereThe
The Utah Jockey club has settled upon upotthe uponthe uponthe
the price of admission admls lon for the comliu comliumeeting com1ngmeeting Comm Commmeeting
meeting which opens September 18 an amcloses ancloses < 1 1closes
closes October 29 as 50 cents cutting tin tinprice thprice theprice
price of the spring meeting in half If TM TMartesian TAeartesian TMartesian
artesian wells are showing a goodly sup supply qpply ¬
C ply of water but to be on the safe sdi sdiManager sideIannger MdeManager
Manager Finn has h ba had a new well 11 sunn sunnduring 81f11tduring SUflKduring
during the past week from which there thenis
is a heavy flow of excellent water Thle Thlenew Th14new Thienew
new well makes a total of five fiveSeveral fiveSeveral fiveSeveral
Several of the big stables now at Van Vancouver Vancouer Vancouver ¬
couver have written that they will be IMon becn been
on hand for opening day with 1th others to Ufollow totollow tofollow
follow a week later L O Lee will ship shhjfrom shipfrom shipfrom
from Canada together with many others othersalready othersalready othersalready
already named and the New York horsw horswen
en n route to California and Mexico which whichvdj whichilI
vdj ill stop over here for the thirty days daytof daysef
of t racing gives every assurance of a alively alively alively
lively and thoroughly uptodate meeting meetingToo
Too much cannot be said in praise o oBuena ot otRuona offluona
Buena Vista as a race r ce track site Sun Sunday Sunda Sunday ¬
day da several hundred people made the trip tripto tripto
to tie track and all expressed expres ed themselves themselvesas
as not alone surprised surpri ed but highly de delighted delighted dolighted ¬
lighted with what they saw sawIS sawGOOD lAWGOOD
GOOD CARD IS ISPiveMile Off OFFERED OFFEREDFiveMile RfD RfDFiveMile
FiveMile Championship for Pros Prosand Prosand Prosand
and Motor Match atoh Are for forBlood forBlood forBlood
Blood BloodTwo BloodTwo BloodTwo
Two decided features will be presented presentedat rel8nted rel8ntedat
at the Salt Palace saucer track tomorrow tomorrownight tomorrownight tomorrownight
night to pass in review before tho th fans fansThey fanThe fansThey
They The will be the fivemile Western WesternChampionship WesternChampionship WesternChampionship
Championship professional prote lonal and th thmatch the thematch thematli <
match motor race between Whittier and andSamueleon andBamuel andSamuelson
Samueleon SamueleonThe Bamuel on onThe
The championship race looks like a great greatfinish greatfinish greatfinish
finish in which the Overland Express Expressmade ExpreMmade Expressmade
made up of Lawson Pye et al 1 will doubt doubtless doubtless doubtless ¬
less come through Lawson Is pleasing pVeasinhla p1eutnshis
his oldtime backers and his work is at attracting attractlng attracting ¬
tracting a lot of attention In the east al although although although ¬
though many are found to deny the timesmade timesmade times timesmade
made here It looks as If Lawson Kramer Kramer Kra Kramer ¬
mer and Clark and the others will 111 figure figureIn
In some great match races before the theenow theInow thesnow
snow flies filesThe fliesThe fliesThe
The other feature Tuesday will see two twctwomile twotwomile twotwomile
twomile heats in which Whittler and andBamuelson andE andFamuelson
Bamuelson E = will each have a crack at tb tbI the theJole theiole
I Jole ole The third heat will 111 be a pursuit pursuitrace
race Both riders have been turning turnln up uptheir uptheir I IthElr
their machines and it will be another of olthe ofthe ofthe
the blood races that have made the thesport theEport therport
sport so good this summer summerThere summerT summerThere
There T ere will be three other events eventsINDEPENDENTS eentsINDEPENDENTS eventsINDEPENDENTS
INDEPENDENTS WINNERS WINNERSOF
OF CORNER LOT GAME GAMEWITH GAMEWITH GAMEWITH
WITH OCCIDENTAL NINE NINEIn
In a great corner lot game Bert Mar Margetts Margetts MargettS
getts Salt Lake Independents won from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Occidentals yesterday ye terday afternoon on onWalkers onalkers onWalkers
Walkers field by the score of 11 to 6 The Thefeatures Thefeatures Thefeatures
features were hits errors and a generous generousproportion generousproportion generousproportion
proportion of wrangling which disgusted disgustedthe dlllgu ted tedthe
the fans For a period of twenty minutes minutesFrank minutesFrank minutesFrank
Frank Black captain of the Occidentals Occidentalswas
was perched on second base refusing to tof tot
f go back to first on the order of the um umpire umplrf urnV ¬
V pire pireJust dre dreJust
Just what the dispute was is not ma material matolal matertal ¬
terial The Occidentals say they contin contln11all untIntially continually ¬
ually 11all get the worst of the umpiring but butthe butt butthe
the t e fans say and rightly that If the theOccidentals theOccidentals theOccidentals
Occidentals are not satisfied with the theeiolce thetolce thee1oice
eiolce of the umpire at the start of the thegame thegame thegume
game and are not willing to abide by his hisdecisions hisdfcislon hisdcisiOfl5
decisions let them forfeit the game The Thesame Thesame Thesame
same should apply to the Independents as aswell liSell aswell
well ell although in beth cases the umpire umpireshould umplroshould umpireshould
should be settled upon before the fans fansrav ta taIa fanspay
their money to get in the grounds groundsWith gr groundsWith ubda ubdaVlth
pay Ia
With the score 7 to i in favor of the theIndependents theIndependents theIndependentS
Independents in the eighth inning errors errorsand erronBnd errorsand
and hits filled the bases with Independents Independentsand
and Gunn hit through MWdleton m fn left leftfield leftfield leftfield
field and three runs came in cinching cinchingthe
Kaefer bits hitsIn bitsIn bitsIn
the game ftU1 Guntt scored oa
In the ninth Inning the Occidentals went wentout wentout wentout
out on foul flies to linen HuanBert H HBert linenBert
Bert Margetts was not in the game hay having bavIng hayIng ¬
ing been called to Btngfcam to umpire umpireScore umplnlScore umpireScore
Score by Innings InningsOccidentals InningsOccidentals InningsOccidentals
R
Occidentals 011 110 1106 1106Independents 110 6 6Independents 6lidependeUt
Independents 3 310 H 100 M 0411 0411PmplreHopklns 11 11Umpire
1 Umpire PmplreHopklns PmplreHopklnsAUERBACH linpIreHOpkiflSAUERBACH Hopkins HopkinsAUERBACH
AUERBACH TEAMS PUTS PUTSIT
IT ALL OVER GARFIELD GARFIELDThe
The Auerbach Counter Jumpers Jour Journeyed journeyed journeyed ¬
neyed to Garfleld Sunday and took the theGarfleld theGarfield theGarfield
Garfield ball tossers into camp to the thetune thetune thetune
tune ot It 4 to 1 L in seven innings Castle Castleton Castleton CastletOn
ton pitched a feature game allowing anowln but buttwo buttwo buttwo
two hits only one Ofl man reaching third thirdEvery thirdEvery thirdEvery
Every Auerbach man had his batting battingclothes battinglothes hattingilothe
clothes < on knocking two pitchers out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the box Bock secured two home runs runsKmberson run runEmberson runsEmberson
Emberson one oneLineup oneLineup oneLineup
Lineup of the winning team R So Scwadzki Sowadzkl Sowadzld
wadzki catcher J Castleton pitcher pitcherSettle pltcberSettle pitcherSettle
Settle first base S Sowadzki second secondbase eecondtase secondtase
tase Bock shortstop Emberson third thirdbase thirdbase thirdbase
base Kilpatrick left field Dayldsou Dayldsoucenter Da1dBOUcenter IMyldeoncenter
center field Knee left field fieldEUREKA fteldEUREKA fieldEUREKA
EUREKA DEFEATS PARK PARKCITY PARKCITY PARKCITY
CITY IN THE ELEVENTH ELEVENTHEureka
Eureka Aug 22 22lt It took Eureka eleven eleveninnings elevenInnings
innings to win from the Park City miners minerstoday minerstoda minerstoday I
today but each inning was about the thefastest tbefaste thefastest
fastest faste t thing In the ball line seen here herethis herethis I Ithis
this year The score was 3 to 1 1Park 2 2Park 3Park
Park City got two runs in the first firstinning ftrstInning firstInning
inning but after that Chlverell settled settleddown IletUedtJown settleddown
down and was invincible Eureka tied tiedthe Uedthe tiedthe
the score in the sixth Inning when a aclean adean atlean
clean threebase hit to right by Kins Kinsdrove KIDJdrove 1Cin 1Cindrove
drove in two runs runsThe runThe runsThe
The score remained a tie until Laird Lairdturned Lairdturned Leirdturned
turned loose a twobagger in the eleventh eleventhinning eleveAtbinning eleventhinning
inning and the winning run was in A big bigcrowd bigcrowd bigcrowd
crowd wa on hand to see the game gameThe gameThe gameThe
The batteries EurekaChlv Eureka Chlverell nll and andKing andKing andKing
King Park City Cityllurburt Hurburt and Rvan RvanMONTE RvanMONTE RyanMONTE
MONTE DALE IS WINNER WINNEROVR AJINNERr
r r OVR YOUNG ERLEBON ERLEBONTrinidad
Trinidad Colo Aug 22 22in In one of the thebest th thb thebest
best b st bouts ever pulled off in this part partof partof partof
of Colorado Monte Dale of St Louts won wonthe wonthe wonthe
the decision over Young Erlebon of Den Denver Denver Denver ¬
ver after fighting twenty rounds before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the Trinidad Athletic club clubOne clubOne clubOne
One thousand people were in the hall hallwhen hallwhen hailwhen
when the men weighed in From the first firstgong ftratgong firstgong
gong Dale forced the fighting and had all allthe aUthe allthe
the best of his opponent In twelve of the thetwenty thetwenty thetwenty
twenty rounds roundsBoth roundsBoth roundsBoth
Both men were in excellent condition conditionand
and weighed in at 129 l pounds ringside ringsideBRIGHTON rlnplfleBRIGHTON rInaideBRIGHTON
BRIGHTON 16 CUBS 9 9By 9BY 9BY
By the score of 16 ta 9 the Brighton ball hallnine ballnIne ballnine
nine won from the New England E Cubs yes yesterday ye yeterday yesterday ¬
terday on the New England grounds Pop Poplar Poplar Popbr ¬
lar Grove The muddy field made fast fastfr fastpIa fastplay
fr play pIa Impossible Impossiblef 1m poIJIIibleThe
f The batteries batteriesBrighton Brighton Lee and Gress Gressman Grassman
1 man Cubs Heunnett and Petersen PetersenSalt PEtersenSalt Petersena Petersensalt
a
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co Kodaks Kodaksand Kodaksand odaksand
and Kodak finishing 142 If Main St
I A REAL BASEBALL FAN Ii I
The above picture is tat of a real tall tallfan tllifan tIfan
fan fanThrough
Through league brush and corner lot lotball Itball lotbelt
ball a red automobile mdy be seen along alongthe
the right field foul line at Walkers field fieldIn fieldIn fieldIn
In it sometimes is seen n a party of very verybored verybored verybored
bored fans all except the fan in the thefront thefront thefront
front seat Very often he sits alone but butno butno butno
no matter what the game he is there He
W9 u3 thre f not t ilai rda and stayed the game gameout gameout gameOut
out outTh
Th fan 1s i js In business In Salt Lake and andhe andhe andhe
he with a tW f < w others arranged his buying buyingseason buyingseason buyingseason
season at Chicago In August and August Augustis
is a good month for baseball baseballIn
In case anyone does not know tho fan fana
a visit to Walkers field at the next game gamewill gamewill gamewill
will disclose him In person
BASEBALL BASEBALLRESULTS RESULTS
AMERICAN AMERICANLEAGUE AMERICANLEAGUEWon LEAGUE LEAGUEW
W Wen n Lost PC PCPhiladelphia pcPhUadelp PCPhIladelpda
Philadelphia PhUadelp la 70 It 42Detroit ItI CM CMDetroit
Detroit I > 0 43 111 111Bu 617Boeton 11 11Boeton
Boeton Bu tOft m 41 41Cleveland 41cleveland eo eoCIeeJan
Cleveland JK 1 57 51ChicaCO 1 SM SMChicago 106Chicago
Chicago M 4 St iTNew 7 m mNew 4INew
New York M 06 4fl 4flSt 468StLouls 4 4st
St StLouls Louis 45 4 M 4 411 411Washington 411Washington 413Washington
Washington WashingtonSnappy K K mSnappy 381 381Snappy
Snappy Play by Boston BostonSt
St Louis Aug a IBoston Boston knocked two twopitchers twopitchers twopitchers
pitchers off the slab this afternoon and andwon andwon andwon
won the sixth game of the aeries 18r Field Fielding Fioldlug FIeldIng ¬
ing by the home team was loose while whileBoston wllUeBoston whileBoston
Boston did some snappy defensive work workAttendance workAHendance workAttendance
Attendance 11060 11 Score
R H E BSt E5t ESt
St Louis WZOMttfta 068 M9 8M 6103 11 4 4Boston 4 4Boaton 4Horton
Boston lB4WWdf 101 410 IS ISBatteneGrahans I IBattertee 0 0BatterIesGraham
Battertee BatteneGrahans Graham Pelty Pelt Powell and andCriger andCriger andCriger
Criger Wood and Donohue DanohueJones DonohueJones DonohueJones
Jones Makes Good GoodDetroit GoodDetroit GoodDetroit
Detroit Aug A H ftDetroit Detroit with Mullin on onthe onthe onthe
the mound mouD made it three straights In the theseries theseries theseries
series with Washington aiujnn was in ingood Ingood ingood
good form and held the visiting batsmen batsmenat
at his mercy mere throughout but four hits be being beIng belag ¬
ing the limit of the Senators slu sluggingTom slugging glng glngTom
Tom Jones who Detroit secured in a trade tradewith trade1th tradewith
with the St Louis Browns made his de debut d dbut dobut ¬
but at the initial sack and besides hitting hittingfor h1ttInfor
for a double and a single out of three threetimes thretotimes threetimes
times played a grand fielding game gameScore rameScore gameScore
Score R H E EDetroit EoDetroit EDetroit
Detroit coiooea 001 006 teI 203 > s 12 0 oWashington 0Washington 0Washington
Washington 0 W 801 0091 4 4Batteries a aBatterl 3BatteriesMultin
Batteries BatteriesMultin Multin and Scnmldt Johnson Johnsonand
and Street Umpires UmpheaConnelly Connelly ana Ke Kerln Kerin KeIn
rln
Win in Ninth NinthChicago NinthChleaso NinthChicago
Chicago Aug AU 22 In a brilliant game gameof p pof gameof
of ball here today New Ne York pounded out outa I Ia
I IInnlq
a victory over the White Sox In the ninth ninthInning ninthInning
Inning taking the second contest test of the theseries theseries I Iseries
series 6 to f i Both teams fought every everyinch everyInch I IInch
inch of the way the White Sox leading leadingafter leadingafter I Iafter
after the sixth until Walsh went to pieces piecesand piscesand I Iand
and Smith went to the mound but too toolate toolate toolate
late to save the day the visitors chasing chasingfour chasingfour I Ifeur
four men around In the last inning Score ScoreR
R H E EChicago ECblearo EChicago
Chicago 0 000 0 oeI U6 T TNew S SNew 3New
New York OSOOOOOW6 030 000 0046 10 1 1Batteries 1BatteriesWalsh 1BatteriesWalsh
Batteries BatteriesWalsh Walsh Smith and Sullivan SullivanHughes SullivanHughes SullivanHughes
Hughes Warhop and Sweeney SweeneyCOASTTJAGUE SweeneyCOAST SweeneyCOASTLEAGUE
COASTTJAGUE COASTTJAGUELoe COAST COASTLEAGUE COASTLEAGUELos LEAGUE LEAGUELo
Los Angeles CaL Au Aug S 22Roth Both games gamesbetween gBfflf8between gamesbetween
between LeN Angeles AJqIe and Oakland today todaywent toda todawent todaywent
went to Los Angeles the morning game sameby gameby gameby
by a score of 9 to S and the afternoon afternoongame aftemoonsame afternoongame
game 4 to 3 The morning game was char characterised char8cterlaed characterized ¬
acterised by ragged ra ed playing on the part partof
of both teams Scores ScoresMorning ScoresIoriliug ScoresMorning
Morning game pme R H E ELioe ELos ELosAngeles
Los LosAngeles Angeles 9 9Oakland > tOflkland 6 6Oakind
Oakland 6 > 8 8Batteries 8BatterieeHoward SBatteriesHoward
Batteries BatterieeHoward Howard and Smith Tonneson Tonnesonand
and Byrnes ByrnesAfternoon ByrnesAfternoon ByrnesAfternoon
Afternoon game R H E ELos ELac ELos
Los Angeles 4 I 0 0Oakland 0Oakland 0Oakland
Oakland 3 7 5 5Batteries ItBatterlThorsen 5liatterleThorsen
Batteries BatterlThorsen Thorsen and Orendorff Boles Bolceand BoicefJld Bolesad
and Byrnes ByrnesSn ByrnesStan ByrnesSan
Sn Francteco Aug S ISaR San Fraooi8cObroke Franciscobroke Francisco Franciscobroke
broke even on the series Sf IteI5 today the locate locatecapturing Jocalacapturing localscapturing
capturing the afternoon game S to 2 2while Iwhile 2while
while the morning Jnorn struggle at Oakland Oaklandresulted OaklandnNJUUed Onklandreultsd
resulted In a S to wi S tie thirteen Innings InningsSewes Jnm inningsScores p pScoIe8
Scores SewesMorning ScoIe8Morldng ScoresMorning
Morning game B H B BSan BStan BSan
San Francisco S 11 2 SPortland 2Poctland 2Portland
Portland 8 7 1 1Batteries 1BatterteBnuvnlRg 1BettriesBrownkig
Batteries BatterteBnuvnlRg Brawntag and Berry Carson Carsonand Car Garsonend on onand
and Fisher FisherAfternoon Pl FisherAfterfloo4i her herAft
Afternoon Aft rtlOOft game R H HSan B BSan BSanFrancleco
San SanFrancleco Francisco > S 1 1Portland JPortland 2Portland
Portland S M I IBatteries IBatteriesHenley 2atterIesHenley
Batteries BatteriesHenley Henley and Berry rfT Harkness Harknessand
and Fisher FisherSacramento FlaberStacramento FisherSacramento
Sacramento Cal Aug Jt ItFast Fast work on onthe ontbe onthe
the bases Dtt ee by Ships S lpa a timely single by byGandil byGand1l byGandil
Gandil and a cleverly worked double steal stealy stealby
b by y Whalen lalen and La Longe gave Sacra Sacramento Sacrame Sacrmesto
mento me to the game today hr y a score of 2 to
1 Score R H B BVernon EVernon BVernon
Vernon ff i iSftcramento 2 2Sacramento 2Sacramento
Sacramento 2 4 4Batteries 4BaUerleVance 4BatteriesVance
Batteries BaUerleVance Vance and Brown Whalen Whalenand Whalenand Whalenand
and La Longe LongeBREWERS LongeBREWERS LongeBREWERS
BREWERS BEAT SOLDIERS SOLDIERSA
A very sociable game of ball was played playedyesterday playedyterday playedyesterday
yesterday afternoon on the Fort Douglas Douglasdiamond Douglsdiamond Douglasdiamond
diamond between the Wagoner gener Brewing Brewingnine Bre1ngnine Brewingnine
nine and Company I Fifteenth infantry infantryThe
The brewers won 5 to 3 and played good goodball goodball goodball
ball to make m ke It ItThe It ItThe itThe
The batteries Wagener Hans and Hit Hiton HItton Hitton
ton on company I Kirt and Bishop BishopAdrian BishopAdrIan BishopI BishopAdrian
I
Adrian B Pembroke Stock Broker BrokerE4
E4 W 2nd So Phones 758
KRAMER PUN PUNCTURES IURES AND CLARKE CLARKEfiAINS CLARKE6AINS
fiAINS IN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE
New York Aug 22 22The The leadership tie tieor tiefor tiefor
for or the 1900 championship between Jack JackClarke JackClarke JackClarke
Clarke the Australian and Frank L LCramer LKramer LKramer
Kramer American champion for many manyyears manyyears manyyears
years was broken tonight at the Valla Vallaburg Vallsburg Valisburg
burg circle track in Newark when Clarke Clarkewon Clarkew Clarkewon
won w n the twomile championship event eventCramer eventKramer eventJamer
Kramer was a starter but a punctured puncturedtire
tire Ire stopped him after he had ridden a amile amIle amile
mile and a half Kramer was credited creditedwith creditedwith creditedwith
with one point for fourth In the race but butMarke butClarke butClarke
Clarke had his score increased five points pointsfor
for or winning the event eventClarke eventClarke eventClarke
Clarke had a a narrow escape from being beinghut beingshut elngshut
shut out in his semifinal hut one of ofenn otFenns ofIenns
Fenns enn s tires purelured whea he was lead leadI i
NATIONAL NATIONALLEAGUE NATIONALLEAGUEWon LEAGUE LEAGUEWon
Won Lost PC PCPittsburg pcPittsburg PCPlttsburg
Pittsburg 78 M 4 IK IKChicago 733Chicago mChIcaSO
Chicago 78 7 X 3 W WNew mNeW T TNew
New York 65 5 40 4i 4 OSCincinnati OS SUIClnclnDAti 681Cincinnati
Cincinnati 51 I t at 8K 8KPhiladelphia 6 6PhUadeI4ia
PbJlaclel Philadelphia bia 49 B 451 451St 451St 454St
St Louts Lou l 44 ft 411 411Brooklyn 411Brooklyn 411Brooklyn
Brooklyn 30 31 0s S 3U 3UBoston 3ftDo 344Boston
Boston Do ton 2S SS 8SWESTERN 253 253WESTERN 25iWESTERNLEAGUE
WESTERN WESTERNLEAGUE WESTERNLEAGUETopeka LEAGUE LEAGUETopeka LEAGUETopeka
Topeka Aug 22 2Scores 2ScoresFhBt 22ScoresFirst Scores ScoresFirst
First game R H E ELincoln ELIncol EIAncoht
Lincoln 5 1 1 1Topeka 1 1Topeka 1Topeka
Topeka 2 6 1 1Batteries 1DatterleMcGrath 1flatteriesMcGrath
Batteries DatterleMcGrath McGrath and Mason Kauff Kauffman Kauffman 1auffman
man and Henry HenrySecond HenrySecond HenrySecond
Second game R H E ELincoln ELincoln ELinCOln
Lincoln 10 11 13 6 tTopeka 6Topeka 6Topeka
Topeka i 11 17 3 3Batteries 5 5BatterlesFartlllng 5BatterlesFarthing
Batteries BatterlesFartlllng Farthing MeCafferty and andMason andKa andMaaou
Mason Ka cm Wright ThOmafon Butium Dar Darrah Darrah Darrah
rah and Kerns KernsDenver KemeDenver KerneDenver
Denver Aug St ISoores 32ScoresFirst ISooresFirst Scoroe ScoroeFirst
First game R H E EDenver EDenver EDenver
Denver 1 10 Ii 2 2Des 2Des 2DeaMolne
Des DeaMolne Moines Moh 3 10 2 2Batteries 2Batteriobnatead 2BatteziesOl
Batteries Batteriobnatead BatteziesOl Ounstead istead and Haley Mc McGregor McQregor Ic IcG ¬
Gregor G or and Kerner KernerSecond KtrnerSecond 1rnerSecond
Second game R H E EDenver EDenver EDenver
Denver 9 10 0 0Des 0Dea 0Des
Des Moines 2 7 7Batterl J JBatteries jBatterIesAnis
BatterIesAnis Batteries Adams and Haas Durham DurhamBiersdorfer DurhamBlendorfer DurhamBieredorfer
Biersdorfer Benz and Kerner KernerPueblo KernerPueblo ICernerPueblo
Pueblo Colo Aug S p2ScoresFirst 2ScorS 2ScorSFirat Scores ScoresFirst
First game ga R H E EOmaha EOmaha EOmaha
Omaha 12 23 3 5 5Pueblo 5Pueblo 5Pueblo
Pueblo 1 S 0 0Batte 0BattarlesHnileubeck
Batteries Batte BattarlesHnileubeck Holtenbeck and Cadman CadrilanSwift Cad CadmanSwift man manSwift
Swift Jackson Jack n and Mltze MltzeSecond MitzeSecond IttzeSecond
Second game R H E EOmaha EOmaha EOmaha
Omaha OmahaPueblo G 1 1Pueblo
Pueblo 10 12 0 0Batteries 0DatterteePatten 0BatterleePatten
Batteries DatterteePatten Patten Hollenbeck McGee McGeeand McGeeand IcGeeand
and Gondmg Swift and Welgert WelgertWichita VelgertWichita telgertWichita
i iR
A St 32Score Score
Wichita Kan Aug 32ScoreB ScoreR
R H E EStoux ESIoux BSlouxCity
SIoux SlouxCity City 8 H iiWichita S SWichita IIchlta
Wichita Ichlta 7 13 13DatterlesChabek 2 2Batteries 2BatteriesChabek
Batteries DatterlesChabek Chabek Clarke and Shea SheaHassler SheaH SheaWander
Wander H and Armstrong ArmstrongNORTHWESTERN ArmstroDgNORTHWESTERN ArmstrongNORTHWESTERN
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE LEAGUETacoma
Tacoma Aug 22 28core Score R H B BTacoma ETacoma BTacoma
Tacoma 0 3 1 1Spokane lSpokane 1Spokane
Spokane 261 261Batteries 2 6 1 1tlttterleeAnnis 1flatteriesAnnie
Batteries tlttterleeAnnis Annis and Dashwood KIlll KIllllay KIIIIlay Killilay
lay and Spencer SpencerSeattle SpencerSeattle SpencerSeattle
Seattle Aug Au 22 SSeore Score R H E ESeattle ESeattle BSeattle
Seattle 4 9 9V 2 2Vancouver 2Vancouver
Vancouver V 2 i 1 1Batteries 1BttrIeaMhler
Batteries BttrIeaMhler = ZI1ii Miller and iHi Sh Shea Hickey i i k2y k2yiJ iJ iJWineholt and andWlneholt andWineholt
Wineholt WlneholtPortland WineholtPOItlaad WineholtPortland
Portland Aug S fScore fScoreFlrIlt Score ScoreFirst ScoreFirst
First game R H E EAberdeen Eberdeen BAijerdeen
Aberdeen 1 1 3 3Portland JPortland 3Portland
Portland 283 283Ten 2 8 3 3Pen I ITen
Ten innings inningsBatteries Innln InnlnBafterieslIOt innlngaBatterIeelitt
Batteries BafterieslIOt Most Pernoll and OBrien OBrienSeaton OBrienSeaton OBrienSeaton
Seaton and Armbruster ArmbrusterSecond Armbrustercond ArmbrueterSecondgame
Second Secondgame cond game R RHE RHEAberdeen H B BAberdeen EAberden
Aberdeen 1 4 3 3Portland 3Portland 3Portland
Portland 462 462Batteries 4 6 6BatteriesPernoll 2 2BatteriesPernoll
Batteries BatteriesPernoll Pernoll Kreltz and OBrien OBrienKinsella OBrlenKinsella OBrienKinselia
Kinsella and Armbruster ArmbrusterAMERICAN ArmbrusterAMERIGAN ArmbrusterAMERICANASSOCIATION
AMERICAN AMERICANASSOCIATION AMERICANASSOCIATIONAt ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONAt ASSOCIATI9N ASSOCIATI9NAt
At Kansas City CltyKan Kansas as City 5 Mil Milwaukee MilukL Muwaukee ¬
waukee ukL ukLAt 1At 1 1At
At Toledo ToledoToledo Toledo 2 Columbus ColumbusAt 5 5At 5At
At Minneapolis MInneapolisMinneapolIS Minneapolis 4 St Paul PaulAt PaulL PaulAt PaulAt
L
At Louisville LoulsvllleFlrst First game Louisville 2 2Indianapolis 2Indianapolis 2Indlanls
Indianapolis L Second game Louisville
1 Indianapolis 2THREEEYE 2THREEEYE 2 2THREEEYE
THREEEYE LEAGUE LEAGUEFirst
First game gameBloomington Bloomlngton 5 Davenport DavenportL
L 1 Second game Bloomington 1 Daven Davenport Davenport Davenport ¬
port X XAt 3 3At 3At
At Peorla PeoriaPeerla Peeria 5 Cedar Rapids 4 4fourteen 4fourteen 4fourteen
fourteen Innings InningsAt
At Decatur DecaturDecatur Decatur 4 Dubuque 1 1At 1At 1At
At Springfield SpringfieldSpringfield Springfield 0 Rock Isl Island Island IsIand ¬
and 2 2SOUTHERNTJAGUE 2SOUTHERN SOUTHERNTJAGUE SOUTHERNTJAGUEAt SOUTHERN SOUTHERNLEAGUE4t LEAGUE LEAGUEt
At t Memphis MempblsMemphls Memphis 3 Nashville NaShVll1el 2 2At 2At 2At
At New Orleans OrleensNew New Orleans 5 Atlan Atlanta A Ailanta lan lanta ¬
ta 2 2No 2No
taNo
No other games gamesAMERICAN gamesAMERICAN gamesAMERICAN
AMERICAN HORSE PLACES PLACESParis PLACESPam PLACESParis
Paris Aug 2t ftThomas Thomas P Thomas Alby Albyfinished Alb Albfinished Albyfinished
finished second for the Prix de Quebec at atseven atseven atseven
seven furlongs over the Dieppe course to torday toda today
day da
ing and Clarke qualified for the final finalheat finalhMt finalheat
heat heatThe hMtThe heatThe
The scores in the professional points pointstable pointstable pointstable
table are as follows followsClarke tollowsClarke followsClarke
Clarke 51 1 Kramer 17 Fogler 8 Root 7 7Fenn 7Fenn 7Fenn
Fenn 3 Krebs3 De Mara 2 John Bedell edell 1 1Menus 1Menus 1Menus
Menus Bedsll L LThe LThe 1The
The woo championship title Is likely to tobe tobe tobe
be unsettled for some me time as Ivor Law Lawson Lawacn Laweon
son Is coming east from Salt Lake next nextmonth nextmonth nextmonth
month and a number of championship championshipevents
events ents will begin after he arrives arrivesThree anivesThree arrivesThree
Three added starters tOQk all the prizes prizesIn
In the third of a mile amateur handicap
Lawrence did not appear to have his hisraual hisnmal histsual
raual apoed 3pN d in the final heat of the crie criemile crltmilE cemile
mile open both Bassinger and Brennan Brennarfinishing Brennanfinishing Brennanfinishing
finishing ah ahdd ad of 1 f the amateur champion championLr
Lr
STANLEY KETdl KETdlI I IA
A I IB IBHad NERVOUS WRECK WRECKHad
Had to Take to the Hills to Pre Prevent Prevent Prevent ¬
vent Breakdown Say SayGossipy SayGossipy SayGossipy
Gossipy Rumors Rumorschieago RumorsChie RumorsChiengo
chieago Chie go Aug K Disquieting rumors of ofa ofa ofa
a rather sensational nature are beginning beginningto
to creep out of San Francisco about the theundition theonditlon thet
< undition of Stanley Ketchel holder of the themiddleweight themiddleweight themiddleweight
middleweight championship by grace of an anelastic AQelastic apelastic
elastic weight scale The latest is that thatKetchel thatKet thatKetchel
Ketchel Ket hd simply had to go up on the themountains themountains themountains
mountains and rest as he is or was upon uponthe uponthf uponthe
the verge of a nervous breakdown breakdownIt
It is a shame to think of the pace they theyire
ire ar setting these days as soon as they theye theygt theygt
e gt t a graap on the title in this class or orthat orthat orthat
that one Papke was accused of trying tryingto
to burn things up in much tire same man manner mllnner manner ¬
ner during the short regime he had as asboss asboss asboss
boss of the timehonored middleweight middleweightdivision middleweightdivision middleweightdivision
division they the claim that Johnson H Hspeedier I Ispeedier Itspeedier
speedier than any of them when he gets getsstarted fets fetsstarted ets etsstarted
started and that Jim Jeffries was always alwaysclose al a1aysclose < lYs lYsclose
close to the speed limit out upon the thecoast thecoast thecoast
coast coastStories coastStories coastStories
Stories about Ketchel Ketc el bear out the gos gossipv gossipy gossipy
sipy reports that were brought west from fromNew fromNew fromNew
New York regarding the assassins do doings doIngs doings ¬
ings In the Atlantic metropolis during his hisrtcent hisrecent hisrecent
recent campaign there and the wonder is isf IBjf isif
jf > f the yarns arns were true how he ever man managed managEd managed ¬
aged to keep up long enough to make even eventhe eventhe eventhe
the semblance of a good fight It merely merelygoes merelygoes merelygoes
goes to show how far gone Jack OBrien OBrienand OBrlenand OBrienand
and the ratl r < J of them must be when he heuntrained heuntrained heuntrained
untrained and a d otherwise unfit could stop stophim stophim stophim
him as he did didAustralian didMINTOSH didMINTOSH
MINTOSH LOOKS LOOKSUK LOOKSLIKELIVE
UK LIKELIVE un ONE ONEAustralian ONfAustralian
Australian Promoter Matching MatchingBurns MatchingBurns MatchingBurns
Burns and Langford for forTwenty forTwenty forTwenty
Twenty Rounds RoundsBoston
Boston Aug 22 22Hugh Hugh D McIntosh the theAustralian theAustraUan theAustralian
Australian fight promoter will be In Bos Boston Boston Beeton ¬
ton next Tuesday to confer with Joe JoeWoodman JoeYoodman JoeWoodman
Woodman regarding a date for a match matchbetween matchbetween matchbetween
between Sam Langford and Tommy
HUGH D MINTOSH MINTOSHBurns
Burns which has already beon arranged arrangedAll
All the details have been fixed except the thedate thedate thedate
date They will fight either In England Englandor
or Australia according to which seems seemsbest seemsbest seemsbest
best to McIntosh The distance is twenty twentyrounds twentyrounds twentyrounds
rounds at catch weights weightsWhile weightsVhlIe weightsWhile
While here McIntosh h will also make his hiefinal histlnal hisfinal
final announcement as to the amount he hewill htwill hewilt
will bid for the JeffrlesJohnson fight fightHe fightHe TIghtHe
He says this will probably be W2000 > and andhe andhe andhe
he stands ready to deposit 30000 the mo moment moment moment ¬
ment some signs of life are shown by th thtwo the thetwo thetwo
two fighters In this case he will reserve reservethe reservethe
the right to stage the match either in inAmerica InAmerica InAmerica
America England or Australia AustraliaIS AustraliaIS AustraliaIS
IS WALKING WITH GAME GAMELEG GAMELEG GAMELEG
LEG ON WAGER TO REACH REACHSEATTLE REACHSEATTLE REACHSEATTLE
SEATTLE JN IN 150 DAYS DAYSJack
Jack Williams representing the Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadeiphia ¬
delphia Press a Spanish war veteran lec lecturer lecturer leeturer ¬
turer and journalist all of which U Uvouched litvouched iivouched
vouched for by many man letters arrived in inSalt InSalt InSalt
Salt Lake yesterday on his way to Seattle Seattlefrom Seattletrom Seattlefrom
from Philadelphia If he gets to the theAlaskaYukon theAlaska theAlaskaYukon
AlaskaYukon Alaska Yukon exposition expo ltion on or before Oc October October October ¬
tober 8 he wins 6000 OOO If he does not notneloses notne notneloses ne
loses a supper Under the conditions of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his walk he must get three letters from fromeach tromeach fromeach
each town certifying that he has appeared appearedon
on the scene The letters are required requiredfrom requitedfrom requiredfrom
from the mayor chief of police and a anewspaper anewspaper anewspaper
newspaper From the bundle he showed showedlaat showedJut showedlast
Jut night he will have too big a load loadto
to carry before reaching Seattle SeattleThus SeattleThus SeattleThus
Thus far he has h averaged over thirty thirtymiles thirtymUes thirtymiles
miles a day has gained eighteen pounds poundand poundeand poundsand
and says he advises all Invalids 1 allds to try trywalking trywalking trywalking
walking as a cure cureTonight CUnlTonight cureTonight
Tonight he lectures Ie tures at the Volunteers Volunteersof
of America hall on the Lure and Temp ¬
tation of a Great City He will give a atalk atalk atalk
talk on the battle of Saratoga where ho horeceived h0received hereceived
received several wounds one of which whichcaused whlcncaused whichcaused
caused a game leg around which the thebet thobet thebet
bet started startedWilliams startedWUllama startedWilliams
Williams figures to reach Seattle Oc October October Ortotier ¬
tober 4 as 0 his hl last weeks hikes averaged averagedforty averagedforty averagedforty
forty miles per day dayELKS dayELKS dayELKS
ELKS SHUT OUT BUT MAY MAYWANT MAYWANT MAYWANT
WANT TO TODECEIVE DECEIVE OGDEN OGDENNot
Not even 16 to 1 but 16 to 0 was the thescore thescore thescore
score yesterday when the O S L team teamgot teamgot teamgot
got through wearing on the Elks ball ballnine ballnine ballnine
nine on the North Salt Lakegrounds The Thescore Theseore Thescore
score went the way It did despite mighty mightyefforts mightyefforts mightyefforts
efforts of Captain Tobin and his men At Atthat Atthat Atthat
that there is a strong rumor out that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the wily Elks are not showing half their theirstrength their5trength theirstrength
strength and that their bear stories storieswill storlewill storieswill
will do a lot to help win the big Purple Purpleday Purpleday Purpleday
day game with the Ofeden Elks August AugustX
X 2 6 at Lagoon LagoonThe Lag Lg3onThe > on onThe
The batteries O S L Ludlow and andHalverson andHalverson andHalverson
Halverson Elks Deardorff and Tobln ToblnCOLLINS TobinCOLLINS ToblnCOLLINS
COLLINS MAKES GREAT GREATRUN GREATRUN GREATRUN
RUN BUT FALLS SHORT SHORTNew
New York Aug 22 22Tom Tom Collins the theformer thetormer theformer
former distance king of the IrishAmeri IrishAmerican ¬
can Athletic club started from scratch scratchmade scratchmade scratchmade
made up all but two feet of the fifty fiftyyards fiftyyards fiftyyards
yards he allotted to Jim Crowley his hisclub hisclub hisclub
club mate who won the threemille race raceat raceat raceat
at the games of the Eccentric Firemen at atCeltic atCeltic atCeltic
Celtic park today todayMelvin todayMelvin todayMelvIn
Melvin Shephard showed very poor form formIn
In the 800 yards special race He got a abad nbad abad
bad start and was last when he dropped droppedout droppedoutat droppedoutat
out outat at the quarter mile Emilio Lunghl the theItalian theItalian beItalian
Italian middle distance champion again againdemonstrated againdemonstrated againdemonstrated
demonstrated that he is to be considered consideredwhen consideredwhen consideredwhen
when he won this race in the fast time of of1K
1K 1 IIi but two seconds slower th than n the therecord therecord therecord
record
Y M C A TENNIS TODAY TODAYThe
The Y M I C A tennis play In the an annual annual annual ¬
nual association a championships starts to today toda today ¬
day da in singles and doubles The public pUblicIs
Is Invited to view the matches and some someclass Iomccll1sSY someelssy
class tennis will be offered The play playwill plarwill playwill
will start at 4 p m
Cincinnati C nc nna i Club Manager ManagerMay 1JlanagerlJfay ManagerMay
May Have to t Face Charge
I
PITCHER MAKES MAKESBAD MAKESBAD
BAD ALLEGATION ALLEGATIONAme
American Ame ican League President PresidenlReceive Presidentill
Will ill Receive Some Start Startling Startling Startling ¬
ling Information Soon SoonNew
New York Aug 32 2Some Some new develop developmerits developments developments
ments in th the controversy over the ser services services services ¬
vices of Pitcher James Vaughn would wouldseem wouldseem Vfoulcseem
seem to Indicate that the National base baseball baseball baseball
ball commission may be forced tor d to look lootinto lookinto lookinto
into a formal charge made by the New NeyYork NewYorl NewYork
York American league club that ClarkiGriffith Clarke ClarkeGriffith ClarkeGriffith
Griffith manager of the Cincinnati club clubhas clubhas clubhas
has been tampering with players and also alsthat alsothat alsothat <
that Garry Herrmann owner of the Ctn Ctncinnati Cincinnati Cm Cmcinnati
cinnati club haa no right as a member membeiof I
of the national commission to vote upon uporthe uponthe uponthe
the final verdict involving Vaughn VaughnWlthlng VaughnVI VaughnWithing
Wlthlng VI thing the next twentyfour hours Ban BarJohnson BanJohnson BanJohnson
Johnson president of the Amerlcarleague Amerlcar Amerlcal1league Americapleague
league will receive positive information Informatlorthat informationthat
that Griffith because of his alleged per personal personal personal
sonal animus towards Frank J Farrell Farrelfor Farrellfor
for releasing him last year has been beerguilty beenguilty beenguilty
guilty of sharp practices practicesThis practicesThis practicesThis
This information takes the form of an anaffidavit anaffidavit anaffidavit
affidavit signed by Vaughn to the effect effectthat effectthat effectthat
that Griffith informed him two weekago weeks weeksago weeksago
ago that the commission would award him hlrrto himto himto
to the Louisville American association associationclub
club which would then turn him over ov r to toCincinnati toCincinnati toCincinnati
Cincinnati CincinnatiThe
The New York American league club clulhas clubhas clubhas
has documentary proof that Vaughn was wasnever was wasnever wanever
never released to the Macon club which whichproceeded whichproceeded whichproceeded
proceeded to sell him to Louisville as well wellas wellas
as to Brooklyn and that he was not notfarmed notfarmed notfarmed
farmed two years In succession con contrary contrary eontrary ¬
trary to the provision of the national nationalagreement nationalagreement natIonalagreement
agreement Johnsons attention will be becalled becalled becalled
called to the fact that ff Vaughn actually actuallybelonged actuallybelonged actuallybelonged
belonged to the Louisville club and never neverwas neverwas neverwas
was the property of th the Cincinnati club clubGriffith clubGriffith clubGriffith
Griffith had no legal right to take him oft oflthe oftthe f fthe
the train and keep him at the Cincinnati Cincinnatiball
ball park in a uniform of the Reds for formore formore formore
more than a week weekAll weekCOMMfRCIALS weekCQMMERCIASIIIN
COMMfRCIALS CQMMERCIASIIIN WIN GAME GAMEAll
All Bingham Out to See Finish of of5OOO
5000 Series SeriesBirk Birk Steals StealsWinning StealsWinning
Winning Bun BunBingham BunBingham
Bingham Aug S 22Bafore Before the eyes of ofall ofall
all Bingham the Bingham Commercial Commercialilub
ilub team today won the third and de deriding deeidlng ¬
riding game of the three game series with withthe withthe I
the Yampa smelter team The score was wass wasto wasto
s to 7 and the excitement throughout the theplav theplay theplay
play ran high highWhile hightlile highWhile
While tlile the two teams played the series seriesfor seriesfor seriesfor
for side bets of 200 2 each more than 6000 6000changed 5000chunged 6000changed
changed hands in Individual bets and the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole camp was turned baseball crazy crazySuperior crazySuperior crazySuperior
Superior batting won todays game for forthe fOlthe forthe
the Commercials although a daring steal stealb stealby stealby
b by > Birk catcher for the Commercials Commercialsbrought Commercialsbrought Commercialsbrought
brought in the deciding run in the ninth nlntninning ninthinning nintiLinning
inning As Birk crossed the plate safe safeand safeand safeand
and the game was won pandemonium pandemoniumbroke
broke loose and those equally happy min mingled mlnglfd ¬
gled with those equally sad It is the thefirt thlfirst
first time in the history of the camp that thata that1a thatLaetall
1a Laetall a ° fl plaIl > all has been the whole thing and at attliit atthat att1at
that it is taken as a good indication for fora forwhite
a < 1 white mans camp campFrazer eamp1razer campFraser
Fraser of the Yampa played a brilliant brilliantThe brilliantgame brilliantgame
game gameThe gameThe
The batteries Commercials Jensen Jen en and andBirk andDirk andl3irk
Dirk Yampa Hennefleld and Franks FranksTODAY FranksTODAY FranksTODAY
TODAY IN SPORT ANNALS ANNALS3870George ANNALSS7QGeorSe ANNALS3870George
3870George Davis noted professional professionalball
ball player born in Cohoes N Y Y1871At Y871At Y1871At
1871At St John N B Paris crew of ofSt otSt ofSt
St Fohn defeated the English champion championcrew hampIoflcrew
crew in fouroared race for worlds cham championship ehamplnehlp champlonship ¬
pionship and 5000 50001S87 i0001S87Bohn 50001SS7Bohn
1S87 1S87Bohn Bohn of the Mansfield Ohio club clubretired clubretired clubretired
retired the Canton team in nine innings inningswithout Inningswithout inningswithout
without their making a hit or reaching reachingfirst
first base base1800At base1800At
1800 1800At At Chicago Sunol lowered the 4 4ycarold 4yearold 4ycarold
ycarold trotting record to tlfl tlfl1SS1 2101861At 10 10l881At
1SS1 l881At At Hartford Nightingale won the theCharter theCharter theCharter
Charter Oak stake 10000 310000l01At 100001OO1At
1901 1OO1At At Louisville Joe Gans and Steve SteveCrosby SteveCrosby SteveCrosby
Crosby fought twenty rounds to a draw drawlSOAt draw19OAt draw1OGIAt
lSOAt Readville Mass Dan Patch Patchpaced Patchpaced Patchpaced
paced a mile in 200 2 2WILL 204 204WILL I i iWILL
WILL START TRAINING TRAININGTODAY TRAININGTODAY TRAININGTODAY
TODAY AT EMERYVILLE EMERYVILLESan
San Francisco Aug atJack Johnson Johnsonthe
the colored heavyweight fighter arrived arrivedfrom arrivedfrom arrivedfrom
from Los Angeles today and will begin beginlight bestnlight beginlight
light training tomorrow His work will willbe willbe willbe
be done at Emeryville on the Oakland Oaklandside Oaklandside
side of the bay ba The fighter professed his hiseagerness hiseagerness hiseagerness
eagerness to encounter Jeffries in the thering tMring thering
ring but had nothing to say that would wouldIndicate wouldIndicate wouldindicate
Indicate the completion of arrangements arrangementsfor
for that fight in the near future futureJohnson tutureJohnson futureJohnson
Johnson plans to keep himself In good goodshape goodshape goodshape
shape by light road and gymnasium work workFREMONT workFRfMONT workFREMONT
FREMONT CI CIOrganization CLUB IS COMING COMINGOrganization COMIOOrganization
Organization From Independence IndependenceMo
Mo Will Visit Salt lake lakeon
on long Trip TripThe
The Fremont club of Independence Mo MoIn MoIn Moin
In a special train will reach Salt Lake Lakeabout Lakeabout Lakeabout
about Sept 1 on a trip across the con continent continent conUncut ¬
tinent following as a nearly as possible possiblethe po lble lbletbe
the route of the distinguished d explorer explorerfrom explorerfrom explorerfrom
from whom the club takes its name nameThe nameThe nameThe
The club was organized on Aug 4 of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this year y r by C F Wilcox the son of Gen GenLewis GenLewis GenLewIs
Lewis Allen Wllaox the friend and com companion companion cornpanion ¬
panion of Fremont at the recruiting eta station stntion etation ¬
tion used by Geheral Fremont for his hlawestern hiswestern hiswestern
western expeditions of exploration The Thepurpose Thepurpose Thepurpose
purpose of the club Is to collect all avail available available available ¬
able material relative to Fremonts west western westann 8IIt 8IItern ¬
ern expeditions and to secure views and anddata anddata anddata
data relative to the development of the thesections tbelectioM thesections
sections first visited by b Fremont For this thispurpose thispurpose thispurpose
purpose an excursion from St Joseph JosephMo JosephMo
Mo to Seattle including visits to Fre Fremonts Fremonts Fmmonts ¬
monts peak In Wyoming and Fremont FremontIsland FremontIsland Fremontisland
Island In Great Salt lake Is planned plannedGeneral plannedGeneral plannedGeneral
General John C Fremont first visited visitedGreat visItedGreat visitedGreat
Great Salt lake In ltt and gave to the theworld theworld theworld
world the first authentic account of Amt Americas Arnerleas = Or Orleas ¬
leas dead sea He was probably the first firstwhite firstwhite firstwhite
white man who had ever navigated Great GreatSalt GreatSalt GreatSalt
Salt lake In a frail bark he sailed over overthe overthe overthe
the lake and explored several of Its isl islands Islands islands ¬
ands Later after he became permanently permanentlylocated permanentlylocated permanentlylocated
located In California he was a frequent frequentvisitor frequentvbltor frequentvisitor
visitor to Utah UtahFLOOD UtahFLOOD
0 0FLOOD
FLOOD WATER HELPS THE THECITY TH THECITY E ECITY
CITY GUT CUTDOWN DOWN A HILL HILLThe
The heavy rains of Saturday night nightcaused nightcaused nightcaused
caused caused an Incipient Inundation In Inthe Inthe n nthe
the eastern part of the city For some sometime sometime sometime
time the street department has been out outting cutting outting
ting down a large hill at Second South Southand 60uthand Southand
and Twelfth East streets The rain of ofSaturday ofSaturda ofSaturday
Saturday night has made their work com comparatively comparatlely cornparatively ¬
paratively easy easyAn easyAn easyAn
An Independent flood stream came rush rushIng rushIng rushlag
Ing down from the mountains early yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday morning and succeeded in cutting cuttinga
a channel for Itself right through the hill hillIn hiliIn billIn
In doing so it carried away awa most of the thehill th thhll1 thebill
hill and deposited tons of earth for sev several several sevoral ¬
eral blocks along the street The hill so sostopped 80stopped sostopped
stopped the flood that there was as com comparatlvely comparatively cornparatively
paratively little damage done doneWorlds doneI doneWorlds
I 4 4Worlds
Worlds Greatest Drummer DrummerMajor DrummerMajor DrummerMajor
Major Friedly at Sultair all this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week Plays five drums with two twosticks twostiCks twostIks
sticks sticksThe stiCksThe
1 1The
The Century Printing Company CompanyPrints OompanyPrints CompanyPrints
Prints everything everythingno no use to enumerate enumerateOne enum r1te r1teOne
One quality quaUtt1e the best 5557 Postotl2e Postotl2eplace Postot1eplace e eplace
place
JAMES VAUGHAN VAUGHANAttorneys VAUGHANKIDNAPING VAUGHANKIDNAPING
KIDNAPING CASE CASfIS
IS INTERESTING INURfSTINGAttorneys
Attorneys for State and Pris Prisoners Prisoners Prisoners ¬
oners Have Race to Get Of Official Official Official ¬
ficial Documents DocumentsTopeka Do uments umentsTopeka
Topeka Kan Aug 22 22Sheriff Sheriff J D DNorton DNorton DNorton
Norton and Deputy County Attorney AttorneyArthur AHomeArthur AttorneyArthur
Arthur Bolinger went to Jefferson Citv Citvtoday CUtOday lt lttoday
today with a requisition on Governor GovernorHadley GoverrcHadley > r
Hadley of Missouri for Mrs Stella Bar Barclay Bnrclay Barclay ¬ I
clay and Jobn Gentry charged with witnkidnaping wltnkidnaping withkidnaping
kidnaping Marian Bleakley here yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day
Kansas City lty Aug 22 221aby laby Marian MarianBleakly MarianBleakley IarlanBJeaklpy
Bleakly will remain fn charge of the theKansas tteKansas theKansas
Kansas City police until Wednesday Wednesdaywhen Wednesdaywhen I Iwhen
when the case will be held in the Jack Jackson Jackson ¬
son county circuit court courtTopeka courtTopeka courtTopeka
Topeka officials waited here most of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the day for requisition papers from fromJefferson fromJefferson fromJefferson
Jefferson City These were signed at
3 oclock this afternoon and started to toKansas toKansas toKansas
Kansas City Meanwhile to prevent preventthe
the Kansas officers taking charge of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them when the papers should arrive arriveMrs arriveMrs arriveMrs
Mrs Barclay and Gentry secured a writ writof writof writof
of habeas corpus from Judge Porter Porterfield Porterfield Porterfield
field The order provides that Inspector InspectorBoyle InspectorBoyle InspectorBoyle
Boyle shall bring the baby and the theprisoners theprisoners theprisoners
prisoners into court Monday afternoon afternoonIn
In the Interval the police will look after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the child During the afternoon it was wasa
a race between the attorneys for the theprisoners theprisoners theprisoners
prisoners and the Kansas police to ar arrive arrive arnyc ¬
rive at headquarters first with official officialdocuments officialdocuments officialdocuments
documents to secure control of the baby babyand babyand babyand
and prisoners prisonersI
I am very well satisfied with your yourMissouri yourMissouri yourMissouri
Missouri laws remarked Mrs Irs Bar Barclay Barclay Barclay ¬
clay In a cell In the matrons room I Ihave Yhae 1have
have spent 12000 in what so far habeen ha hallbeen hasbeen
been a futile attempt to gain possession possessionof
of the child This is positively the last lasttime lasttime lasttIme
time I shall try to regain her It has hasto hasto hasto
to be settled one way or the other now nowThe nowThe nowThe
The little girl does not realize the theexcitement theexcitement theexcitement
excitement she hag caused and Is ap apparently apparently apparently ¬
parently contented contentedI
I dont know Is a favorite expres expression expre8slon expresslon ¬
slon as if she did not want to commit commitherself commitherself commitherself
herself She said she wanted to be beback beback beback
back In Topeka and was tired tiredI
I would rather be with mamma mammashe mammashe mammashe
she said saidAsked saidAsked saidAsked
Asked If she liked the woman and andman andman nd ndman
man who took her from Topeka TI ka she shesaid IIhesaid Shesaid
said no noThey noThey noThey
They did not give me any candy candyshe candyshe candyshe
she declared declaredMrs declaredMrs declaredMrs
Mrs Bleakley passed most rno t of the lay laywith taywith laywith
with her child at police headquarters headquartersInspector be headquartersInspector dquartersInspector
Inspector Boyle assigned a lsned a detective to toguard toguard toguard
guard the child and would not let the themother thrmother themother
mother see her after 5 oclock oclockPOPULAR oclockPOPULAR oclockPOPULAR
POPULAR ACTRESS ACTRESSNews DIES DlfSNews
News of Death of Georgia Harper HarperSeceived HarperReceived HarperBeceived
Received in This City CityNo CityNo
No Details DetailsA
A R Pelton last evening < < received Ived a wire wirefrom wlrfrom wirefrom
from Denver telling him of the death of ofGeorgia oCGeorgia ofGeorgia
Georgia Harper the talented emotional emotionalactress emotionalactros emotionalactress
actress who has for years been a favorite favoriteon
on the Pelton Smutzer circuit No de details details dotails ¬
tails of the death were given but It Is Ispresumed Ispresumed Ispresumed
presumed to have been sudden as she shehad shehad shehad
had been recently in excellent health healthMUs health11lss health3Ilss
MUs Harper for several years baa been beenheading beenheading beenheading
heading her own company In tours of the thewest theweat thewest
west and has met with repeater triumph triumphShe trhl trhlShe
She has followed Leslie Carter and Maude MaudeAdams MaudeAdams MaudAdams
Adams in such plays as Magda Zest Zazaand Za Zaand Zestand
and The Little Minister Though Thouglausually she sheusually sheusually
usually played In small cities and in sec second second seeond ¬
ond class theatres her critics have al always always ciways ¬
ways declared that she was one of the theleading theleading theleading
leading actresses of the country and have haveregretted havcregretted haveregretted
regretted the fact that she had not sought soughteastern BOughteastern soughteastern
eastern recognition recognitionMiss
Miss Harper appeared for the last time timeIn
In Richfield where she closed the season seasonlast 8iIUOUlast seasonlast
last Mar She stayed in Salt Lake for a acouple acouple acouple
couple of weeks and then went east to torest torest torest
rest for the summer Recently she re returned ltturned noturned ¬
turned to Denver to reorganise her com company compan cornpany ¬
pany pan for the fall tour through throu h the west westwhich WMtwhlcb westwhich
which Included bookings in all of o the lar larger largor Ianger ¬
ger towns of Utah Miss 1L8 Harper will be beremembered beremembered beremembered
remembered by Salt Lake people through throUShher throughher
her summer stAck 8tO st dk k engagement at the theGrand theGrand theGrand
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