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1 THE HERALtrREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY SEPT 28 1909 7
WhatsWhati All the T nne Sporls AMEffiCAN ti lAM E R ICA N LEAGUE L LEADERS EA DERS O BOTH < LOSE TheSportingAuthority of Salt Lake I
FAVORITES STILL STILLvI11 STIUWIN
WIN AT RACES RACESTalent
Talent and Public Pleased as asForm asForm
Form and Good Sport SportIs
Is Seen SeenThe
The exceIKlonally high percentage of ofV ofwinning
V winning favorite In hor horse e racing from frombarrier fromI
I barrier to wire seen at Buena Vista wall wasthe 1 1the
the rule yesterday when a another ther repre representative repreSentative
sentative crowd was on hand for the thesport theEport
sport sportWhlle EportWhile
While the form wa upheld and the thetalpDt thetalent
talent got off away the best of the day daythere daythere
there was a good plenty In the way of oflntentlon offlteflttOfl
lntentlon and from a spectacular stand standpoint standpoint
point the raced were exciting excitingIn
In the first race about the only surpti8e surpti8ewas
was seen when Rose Daly outgal1Wd and andoutran andoutran
outran Pelham the favorite by a short shortlolce shortnoice
lolce May Worth showed fine speed speedf
f r the first half of the distance but butrunding butrundAng
runding Into the stretch was picked up upty uply
ty the field with a rush Pelham then thenlooktd thenlorked
looktd best but the way Rose Daly re resrlor rericrded
srlor ricrded ed to Christies ride was a pretty prettyFIght prettysight
FIght and she came through the field a awinnr aWinner
Winner Judge Sbortall was the beet of ofthe oftiLe
the others and overrunning his field In Inth Intil
th stretch came In for show behind behind1lh3 behindIlham
1lh3 IlhamIn m mIn
In the second race ra Burning Bush repaid repaidnuh repaidiuch
nuh misplaced confidence by getting gettingaway gettingaway
away good and wlrnlng haRdily all the theW
W < 1 Gene Wood aid Gos Gossiper lper II pulled pulledthrough pulledthrough
through In the stretch for the other money moneyhH moneyriaces
riaces hH S Gossipers race after a poor start startlIlng startiting
lIlng the more morecreditable creditable of the two twoThe twoThe
The third race for lyearoldl found foundmueh foundTI
mueh TI uch difference of opinion King or Yolo Yolowas YoloWdS
was said to be e In tine shape and would wouldrpeat wouldF
rpeat F peat his former victory Others liked likedthe likedthe
the Anchorage filly Clare and man manothers many manyothers
others were sure that on class Camera Cameraoud Cameraculd
oud not lose It was King of Yolo Yolov1o
v1o 110 flashed past the jUdges stand a win wlnrlef winTr
rlef after a remarkable race from a bad badstart badstart
start Camera wu also herded on the thest thestart
st start < > rt but showed her cla dass by making a asl as
sl s ndid drive In the stretch which all allVlt alttit
tit finished Yolo Lady Panchlta sur surd surA
d prispd the talent b by showing ahead of oflhalum ofhalum
lhalum and Glare the latter stopping stoppingaHfr stoppingafter
after leading to the stretch stretchIt
It was just an exercising gallop for forHlnnah forHxinali
Hlnnah Louise In the fourth race with withtht 11ththl
thl form backed up by the same per perfrmance perfurmance
frmance from La Rome Hlndoo for forna forl
na l Force outran the others for show showl
l looked like a twohorse race In the thefifth theffth
fifth between Priceless Jewel and Har Harurt Harcurt
curt urt both hovering around even money moneyh
h i tlw ring Priceless Jewel however howeveras
as away In front and was never head headd
d John Louis showed that his victory victoryvr
vr 1 Charley Paine the other d day was wasr
r 1 Fcratch by crowding close In a pret prett
t finish finishing much stronger than thanHarourt thanliareourt
Harourt HarourtFinancier liareourtFinancier
Financier the fine looking animal be bel bekrglng
l krglng rgtng to the Pa Pasadena adena stables fought foughtit
it t out in the pace all the way 10 the last lastr1 lastrar
r1 rar at one mile and bettered Kopek In Inn Ina
n pretty stretch drive Godfather was also alsotIp alsoL
tIp L j at the wire and the last race found foundstands foundt1A
t1A stands shouting with excitement excitementBUENA excitementBUENA
BUENA VISTA NOTES NOTESThe t
The 1 mmtary will have an Inning at the theI
I t Vista trark Saturday A Fort
Douglas day has been decided upon by bytbe bythe
the management of the Utah Jockey club cluband cluband
and Saturd Saturday y has been set aside for that thatpurpose thatpurpose
purpose Many social features and an anexcellent anexcellent
excellent card will be provided for the theoccasion theoccasion
occasion One feature will be the offi officers offieela
cers racea dash of half a mile the theofficers theofficers
officers to ride their own horses The Thefact Thefact
fact that the officers are to ride In regu regulation regulation
lation uniform will make It decidedly a allpectacular aspectacular
spectacular affair In the way of a race raceLieutenant raceLieutenant
Lieutenant Elliott who was among the thevl thevisitors
vl visitors Jtors from the post yesterday Is at attending attending
tending to the details and has obtained obtainedthe
the consent of Colonel Scott for the sace saceWhile ce ceVhtle
While this race will prove the drawing drawingcard drawingcard
card for the society element with whom whomthe whomthe
the officers at the post are popular the thefeature thefeature
feature event for the regulars will bo bothe bethe
the Fort Douglas handicap In which the thebeat thebest
beat horses at the track will appear For Forthe Forthe
the officers race a purse of 130 will be beoffered beoffered
offered offeredTockey offeredJockey
Jockey Ianders who was suspended suspendedIndefinitely suspendedIndefinitely
Indefinitely at the spring meeting meetingseen was wasseen
seen at the track yesterday but only for fora
a moment as ho was promptly ejected ejectedfrom ejectedfrom
from the grounds Ianders was sus suspended suspended
pended for some rough work on Surety Suretywhich Suretywhich
which also got Trainer Pete Smith In Introuble introuble
trouble and also for his ride In a two twoyearold twoyearold
yearold race Here he roughed It all allthe altthe
the way and struck Genova the ron rontender contender
tender over the head with his whip whipWhen whipWhen
When ICing of Yolo ran second to Yuba YubaFriday YubaFriday
Friday there were some who thought that thatIt
It was sheer luck that he was so close up upat upat
at th1 thee finish His run of yesterday goes to toshow toshow
show that the horse has lots of spee speeLuck speed speedLuck
Luck did not figure In his last race as ashe ashe
he got all the worst of the start and andwas andwas
was off trailing the field only to round roundto
to the front under hard driving drivingMark drivingMark
Mark Moore who booked the first seven sevendays sevendays
days of the meeting under the name of ofthe ofthe
the Montana club left for Oklahoma OklahomaCity OklahomaCity
City Saturday night After being win winner winfler
ner he came up to Saturday loser and andas
as he had from the first planned to leave leavethat leavethat
that night he took a chance by knocking knockingdown knockingdown
down the favorites As five fIrst choices choiceshowever choiceshowever
however got down In front the move was wasdisastrous wasdisastrous
disastrous and the Missouri bookmaker Is Issaid issaid
said to have dropped an additional 1600 1600on
on the afternoons play His departure departurecaulMd departurecaused
caused a little flurry among the remain remainIng remainIng
Ing bookies Some wanted to draw for forthe forthe
the Montana clubs position In the ring ringwhile ringwhile
while others were unwilling to do to toThe o oThe
The matter was settled when Jimmy JimmyJackson JimmyJackson
Jackson of the Moore crew Rew Phelan Phelanand Phelanand
and Will Armstrong made up a bank bankroll bankroll
roll and took the stand standE
E Smiths ride on Agreement Saturday Saturdaywas
was too weak to suit Trainer Crawford Crawfordand
and for that reason Vandusen was as sub subIItituted substituted
IItituted on King of Yolo In the twoyear twoyearold
old race It was lucky for King of ofYolos ofYolos
Yolos followers that Vandusen was UP UPfor upfor
for with the same kind of break It Is Ishardly Ishardly
hardly likely that the colt would have havelanded havelanded
landed 1n the money with Smith In the theaddle thesaddle
addle saddleJ addleJ
J J Moore having disposed of the thespeedy thespeedy
speedy t1oyearold The Eel which he hesold hesold
sold to J T Stilts Co has has4 decided decidedto
to quit the racing game and will leave leavefor leavefor
for his home Paris Tex within the thenext thenext
next few days He will take up business businesswith businesswith
with his father John A Mallon the fast fastone fastone
one which he has been training for Mrs MrsAllen MrsAllen
Allen the owner will be shipped to the theKenllworth theKenilworth
Kenllworth stock farm California along alongwith alongwith
with Coppertown after the meeting meetingJim
Jim Norvell one of the best known knownchlers knowncashiers
cashiers In the countl country who has been beenlooking beenlooking
looking after the financial end of the theJohn theJohn
John Troy book at the Montana tracks trackswill trackswilt
will leave for his home near Chicago this thisevening thisevening
evening Big JIm ha has bought some someproperty
property and will build a home upon his hisarrival hisarrival
arrival arrivalOn
On account of the InconsistencY of the thehorl thehorie
horl < p John Louis C S Williams owner
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< Racing Today TodayAmI
AmI iid every cry day except Sumlay during the thlrtday fall meeting of ofthe ofIhe
the 1tab Jockey Club at atBUENA atBUENAVISTA
BUENA BUENAVISTA VISTA PARK PARKThe
The safld and fastest mile track In the west Six races dall daIly rain rllnon
on shine First race alnrts tart at 210 130 sharp sharpADMISSION halt
11 ADMISSION 50 CENTS INCLUDING GRAND STAND STANDLmlleM
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and 2l 11 1 p m JtlturnlnJ leave Buena Vista eta Iark 4139 t10r 1J11r i and andVehicles
01 Vehicles must go out Went est Second South street te o reach auto automuhlle autoiinbiIe
muhlle anti cnnl enralage ce entrance entranceTHE entranceTHE
THE UTAH JOCKEY CLUB CLUBJOHN
JOHN CONDRON President PresidentJ
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and trainer was warned from the track trackat
at a meeting of the Utah Jockey club clubstewards clubstewards
stewards last night The stewards thought thoughtthat thoughtthat
that the reversal of form shown by JohnLouis John JohnLouis
Louis In his last two outs when he heshowed hoshowed
showed In front once and second onC onCafter once onceafter
after his poor showing In his first two tworaces tworaces
races at the meeting was poor form formespecially formespecially
especially as the betting In the last two tworaces tworaces
races was heavy against none for the thefirst thefirst
first two appearances Williams and his hishorses hishorses
horses Including Eudora and Aunt Hala Halawlll Halawill
wlll not be allowed on the grounds agalrf agalrfduring agatifduring
during the remainder of the meeting mcetlngPOST meetingPOST
POST FIELD DAY RESULTS RESULTSBefore IS ISBefore
Before an Interested crowd of specta spectators spectatom
tom from the post and followers of ath athletics athletics
letics from the city the first day of the theannu theannual
annu annual i Fort Douglas field day was held heldyesterday heldyesterday
yesterday mornIng With most of tne tnefinals tnefinals
finals offered this morning a big crowd crowdIs
Is expected at the post The results yes yesterday yesterday
terday were werePreliminary werePreliminary
Preliminary 1ooyard dashSmith Com Company Cornpany
pany H Abel 2 Cereghino B Kilpat Kilpatrick Kilpatrick
rick B Gllles Gillespie > le K and Haynes L LPhysical LPhysical
Physical drillFirst battalion first firstThird firstThird
Third battalion second and Secon oat Dattallon oattallon
tallon third thirdRunning thirdRunning
Running broad JumpAbell H Gilles Gillespie Gillespie
pie K Welsh M MShot MShot
Shot putMahon E Hampton D Lan Lanning Lanning
ning C COyard C20yard
Oyard dash preliminarySmith H HMcLoughlin HMcLoughlin
McLoughlin E Cereghino B Prlcy B BHaynes BHaynes
Haynes I and Gillespie K KEquipment KEquipment
Equipment raceSuttle G Webster H HRusom HRusom
Rusom D DOrderly DOrderly
Orderly contestMetcalf H McLough McLoughlin
tin I Burnstein C CShelter CShelter
Shelter tent pltchingCompany B first firstCompany firstCompany
Company 11 second and Company J Jthird 1third
third thirdlOyard third120yard
lOyard hurdle preliminaryAbell H HCereghino HCereghino
Cereghino B Gillespie K KMounted KMounted
Mounted orderly raceVon by first firstsquadReed firstsquadReed
squadReed Winton Drummond Brown BrownSonger BrownSonger
Songer and Schwanta SchwantaRunning SchwantaRunning
Running high JumpSavoy K Johnson John Johnson
son C and haynes L LHasty LHasty
Hasty entrenchmentCompany B first firstCompany firstCompany
Company A second Company C third thirdPreliminary thirdPreliminary
Preliminary tugofwarThlrd battalion battalionSecond battalionSecond
Second battalion battaUonFI battalionFIRST
FI FIRST RST FOOTBALL GAME GAMEIn E EIn
In the first football game a of the sea season season
son for Salt Lake the Occidental Giant Gianteleven Gianteleven
eleven won from the Cleveland Institute Instituteteam instituteteam
team 16 to 5 yesterday
The Giants wish to challenge any 130 130pound 130pound
pound team in the state stateTODAY stateTODAY
TODAY AT BUENA VISTA VISTAFirst VISTAFirst
First race six furlongs selling three threeyearolds threeyearolds
yearolds and up
216 Dorothy Ann 114 1145S8
5S8 Elmdale 117
526 R A 1IcCurdy 103
9241 Judge Cabaniss 101 10
548 Belle Brady 109
125 Harry Stanhope 108 1085Zl4
5Zl4 Gretchen G 1 103
5236 Alice Collins 1U 1UiOO lOS lOS500Furnaoe
iOO 500Furnaoe Furnace 111 111Second 111Second
Second race six furlongs selling selll g three threeyearolds threeyearolds
yearolds and up
5228 Pallas 108 lo
1106 06 Nappa 117
5200 Yankee Tourist 111 111l
S2ffl l No Quarter 114
5249 Gossiper II 114 1145jI1Iazapan
5jI1Iazapan 5241 Mazapan 114
238 The Mouser III
5228 Iossback 114
Third race one mile selling fouryear fouryearaIds
aIds and up
9238 Auc Aucasain Sln 104
5226 Invader lOt
1i2 5223 Arcourt 104
5217 Belden 107
5248 Mabel Hollander 14
198 Manila S 104
3IHO Spondoollx 104
5205 Gage 104
Fourth race one mile selling tour touryftrolds fourycarolds
yftrolds and up
5217 Ierllngo 117
i214 Eudora 104
5217 Cobleskill 104
5229 Dollie Dollars 104
526 Tavora 104
5238 Little Buttercup 191
5216 llendon 99
52fO Agreement 104
Fifth race five and onehalf furlongs
threeyearold and up
Little Osage 118
4229 Aunt Aggie 106
5241 Jane Swift 107
i38 Madeline Iusgrave 181
515 Gahes GalvesSixth 100
SIxth race five fUrlongs selling two
yearolds
213 Faurusa 110
l8 Daredolt 110
5O1 Genova nova 110
5 5203 Roberta 110
499ii 4 Rezon 108
318 Jim Brady 110
5203 Silvia Fir 110
Apprentice allowance
NoteForm charts for sale at Wilson
and Cullen hotels Log CabIn and Hem
Ingway Moser cigar stands standsRacIng standsRacing
RacIng trains dally HniDn station stationGet
I Get Ready ReadyFor I
For the opening of the duck season seasonTwo seasonTwo
Two boxes of Nitro Club or RepEater RepEaterS RepeaterShells
S Shells ll
125 125Western 125We8tern
Western Arms and andSporting andSporting
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Corner of ofCommercial ofCommercial
Commercial CommercialHOTELS CommercialHOTELS
HOTELS AND RESORTS RESORTSBRIGHTON RESORTSSILVER
BRIGHTON HOTEL HOTELSILVER
SILVER LAKE UTAH UTAHMost UTAHMost
Most Beautiful Spot In Utah UtahN UtahNw
N Nw < lw tnfn tnfnDan CnenDaily
Dan Daily stage leaves Sugar ugar House at 730 730a 73a
a m arrives Brighton 1 p m Leave LeaveBrighton LeaverBrighton
Brighton at 430 30 p rD arrives Sugar SuarHeusl SugarHcuse
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Three > relays ot horses en route routeATl routeAT1iAt
AT1iAt ATl NAI BANK OF OFTIIE TIlE REPUBU REPUBUI
u S DEPOSITORY DEPOSITORYFRANK
FRANK KNOX President PresldentJAJdES PresidentJAMES
JAMES A MURRAYVlco President PresidentW
W F EARLS Cuhlet Cuhletm
m A CULBERTSONAsst Cashle CashiesCAPITAL
CAPITAL PAID IN 130O000 130O000A rooOO < l
A thorou thoroughly hly modem savings depart departmeat
meat conducted In connection wl with h thb thbbank thtbank
bank Safety deposit boxes for rent rntIAL rentALIT
IAL ALIT T LAKE LAKTurf LAKETurf
Turf Exchange
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BENCH SHOW TO TO8ERIG TOBE
8ERIG BE BIG AFFAIR AFFAIRSome
Some Fine Canines Have Been BeenEntered BeenEntered
Entered and Interest InterestIs
Is Growing GrowingThe
The bench show to be held In connec connection connection
tion with the state fair next week week Is Isalready isalready
already giving evIdence of being the thegreatest thegreatest
greatest dog show ever held In Utah Dr DrF DrF
F L Hanslng superintendent of the theshow theshow
show said last night that the entries
tp date exc exesed those of any other year yearand yearand
and by the time the entrIes close to tomorrow tomorrow
morrow night many more are expected
Five dogs from Butte entered In the
freetarall classes are expected to arrive
today and another lot will arrive Sat Saturday Saturday
urday These dogs are aU prize wInners wInnersand winnersand
and will add V very lry much to the Interest
In this event For variety as well as asnumbers asnumbers
numbers the showing this year ear will ex exceed cxcoed
coed that at former years and the Inter Interest interest
est being shown Indicates that each suc succeeding succeedlng
ceeding year ear will witness a gratifying In Increase incream
crease In the number of fine dogs bred
In the state stateDuring stateDuring
During the show this year arrange arrangements arrangemeats
meats have been made to have four ex exPErt cxpert
PErt attendants to care for the dogs and andthey andthey
they will be given the very best of treat treatment treatment
ment DurIng the show the Utah Light
RaiLway company will tender the ca canines Canines
nines special courtesies by allowing them themto
to ride In the cars going to and return
Ing from the thefair talr grounds groundsOAST groundsCOAST
COAST RACES ANNOUNCED ANNOUNCEDSan
I
+ San Francisco Sept iFor the thefirst thefirst +
+ first time since the passage of the theOtisWalker theOtisWalker +
+ OtisWalker anUraclng bill by the +
+ last legislature announcement of a araelng aracing
+ racing season was made today bY
+ Thomas H Williams president of ofthe ofthe
i + the New California Jockey club clubThe
4 The date set by Mr Williams Is +
+ Nov a when Emervllle track will +
1 + be reopened Meantime Mr Williams Williamswill llUamswill +
+ will go to New York to see the oper operaUon +
+ 4 aUon at the antibetting law there +
+ Nothing regarding that fpature of ofracing ofracing +
+ racing will be given out until after afterhis 4
+ his return returnKRAM returnKRAMER +
+
KRAM KRAMER ER NOW LEADS LEADSBy
By winning first place In the national nationalchampionship nationalchampionship
championship race at VaUsburg Sunday
Frank Kramer now feels sate In sayIng
that he will defeat Jackie Clarke for the
American championship The finish of ofthe ofthe
the race was Kramer Clarke Lawson Lawsonand Lawsonand
and Krebs The Newark J Ports say that
Lawson pulled Clarke and Krebs pUlled pUlledKramer pulledKramer
Kramer In the finals The championship
teble now stands Kramer 31 Clarke ClarkeWHITLEY 36 36WHITLEY
WHITLEY CUP FINALS FINALSThe
The semIfinal play In the womens womensWhitley womensWhitley
Whitley golf play at the Country club clubyesterday clubyesterday
yesterday saw Mrs R C Gemmell win winfrom winfrom
from Mrs L L Savage one up In 18 18holes 18holes
holes Miss Miller won from Mrs C CR
R Pearsall four up and three to play
In 18 holes holesThe holesThe
The final will be played today between betweentITs betweenMrs
tITs Gemmell and Miss Miller MillerMIDDLEWEIGHTS MillerMIDDLEWEIGHTS
MIDDLEWEIGHTS TO BOX BOXNew BOXNew
New Orleans Sept iA series of mid middleweIght middieweight
dleweIght championshIp fights for the thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of eliminating all but the best bestman bestman
man to fIght Billy Papke for the title titlewill titlewill
will begin here next Sunday when Hugo HugoKelly HugoKelly
Kelly meets Eddie McGoorty It has ben bendecided beendecided
decided to match the winner of the con contests contests
tests with Papke the fight to take place placeon
on Oct 31 before the West Side Athlotte Ath Athletic
letic club Papke already has signed ar articles artides
tides to fight
SECOND WfEK Of OfPRACTICE OFPRACTICE
PRACTICE FOR U ULoell ULoch
Loch Will Stay at University UniversityDespite UniversityDespite
Despite Contrary Reports ReportsFrom ReportsFrom
From Michigan MichiganThe
The University of Utah football squad squadstarted squadstarted
started on Its second week of training tralplngMonday trainingMonday
Monday afternoon The men are now nowfairly nowfairly
fairly lined up so that Coach Maddock Maddockwll1
will be able to pick 0 team of eighteen eighteenmen
men to take to Ogden the coming Satur Saturday Saturday
day to play the first game of the sea season season
son with the Ogden High schooL schooLTbe schooLThe
The report appearing 10 a Detroit paper paperrecently paperrecently
recently stating that Jack Loch 1I who Is Istrying Istrying
trying out for the position of fullback fullbackon
on the university team and who has an anenviable anenviable
enviable record on the Michigan eleven elevenwould elevenwould
would report at Ann Arbor the coming comingyear comingyear
year Is without ground When seen seenMonday seenMonday
Monday afternoon Loch stated that he hebad hehad
bad come to Utah to stay and that h hdid he hedid
did not Intend to return to Michigan the thecoming thecoming
coming year Loell Is one of the biggest biggestfInds biggestfinds
fInds of the year for the university and andhis andhis
his absence from the team would prove provea
a great blow to the hopes of the Utah Utahfootball Utahfootball
football followers followersRosskelly followersRosskeliy
Rosskelly a star athlete on the B Y C Cteam Cteam
team at Logan for the past three years yearswas yearswas
was out In a suit Monday afternoon He Hehas Hehas
has had experience at football and will willmake willmake
make a good man for the varsity squad squadthe squadthe
the coming year yearCoach yearCouch
Coach Joe Maddock received a com communication corninunication
munication from the St Vincent unlver university
slty at Los Angeles Monday afternoon afternoonasking afternoonasking
asking what date the university would wouldwant wouldwant
want for a game to be played at Los LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles Manager H Robinson tele telegraphed telegraphed
graphed to the school Monday night that thatthe thatthe
the university would accept a date of ofNov ofNov
Nov 6 It this date Is satJ satisfactory factory to tothe tothe
the coast team the university will play at atLos atLos
Los Angeles Coach Maddock stated that thatthe thatthe
the game would mean a great deal to the theuniversity theuniversity
university squad as to date It was the theonly theonly
only sure Intercollegiate game away from fronihome fromhome
home for the squad this year yearWESTERN yearWESTERNLEAGUE
WESTERN WESTERNLEAGUE WESTERNLEAGUEDes LEAGUE LEAGUEDes
Des Moines Sept iScore R H E EDes EDee
Des Moines Iolne 1213 1 13 1 1Lincoln 1Lincoln
Lincoln 6 6BatteriesMUIer 1 2 2BatteriesMiller
BatteriesMUIer and Lewis McGrath McGrathand
and MeCafferty MeCaffertyWiohita IcCaftort IcCaftortWlohlta
Wlohlta Sept i800re R H E EPueblo EPueblo
Pueblo 1 II 2 2Vlchlta 2Wichita
Wichita U l iBatteriesGalgano 2 2BatteriesGalga
BatteriesGalga and Williams Dren Drennan Ikennan
nan and Jokerat JokeratTopeka J oker t tTopeka
Topeka Sept ti8eMe R H E EDenver EDenver
Denver 0 7 1 1Topeka 1Topeka
Topeka 1 2 e eBatterlesOlmstead I IBatterlesOlmstead
BatterlesOlmstead and Haa Wright Wrightand rlght rlghtand
and Henry HenryOmaha HenryOmaha
Omaha 1 4 7 7Sioux 7Sioux
Sioux 1 12 4 4BatterleaHollenbeck 4BatteriesHollenbeck
BatterleaHollenbeck and Goading GODdingWilson GoadingWilson
Wilson and Towne TowneNORTHWESTERN TowneNORTHWESTERN
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE LEAGUESeattle
Seattle 4 8 4 4Tacoma 4Tacoma
Tacoma 1 4 4BatteriesAndersen 4BatteriesAndsracn
BatteriesAndersen and Caster Annie Annisand Annieand
and Stevens StevensPortland StevensPortland
Portland 1 5 1 1Spokane 1Spokane
Spokane 7 U 1 1BatteriesHasan 1BatterlesHagan
BatteriesHasan and Armbruster KIl KIlUlay Killilay
Ulay and Spencer SpencerVancouver SpencerVancouver
Vancouver Sept 27VancouverAber 27VancouverAberdeen
deen game postponed team failed to ar arrl arnrc
rl nrc vo
I HERALDREPUBLICAN fORM CHART CHARTSalt
Salt Lake Monday Sept rr 19OJElghth day Weather clear Track fast fastP
P P Pomeroy presiding judge Richard D Dwyer er starter
5 1 0 FIRST RACEFive furlongs selling 3earolds and upward Value to totlrst to2U
2 48
2U first 180 180Ind 150lad
lad Horse Wt S 3i ¼ Str Inn Jockey Op CI
513 621 Rose Daly 4114 3 51 51 2 11 11 ChrIstie 4 2
5238 Pelham a 114 2 411 4 IYo 3 3h 21 1 Frach 2 32 3 3i4 32
i4 24 Jg Shortall 3 1418 8 8 71 6 62 3h Cavanaugh 11 12 12Em
Em LanltaI 3 108 7 61 6 y 7 72 41 Post 11 1 15Z8 12 12s
5Z8 s Belle BradY 4 168 4 31 41 41 4 s i 544 Eleenzapf EI enzapf 6 8 81Iay
236 May Worth Ii 114 S 1Iri 1 III 13 Iv 61 Fl FIscher eher 4 Ii Iii191
i191 M 1 Hollander 51l1 114 1 71 8 8 71 Colton I 7
131 Prudent 3 100 5 21 Vr 5 8 Parker 1 12 l lAt 15 15At
At post 3 minutes Off at 2 TlmeI 2i i 48 2i 181 l 36 36Daly 34Daly
Daly 1 place 1 to 2 show Pelham 1 to 2 place 1 to 4 show Judge Ii to toshow 2 2show
show showWinner
Winner b m by OrmlcantAlda Dunn TraIned by E Brewster BrewsterScratchedGov BrewsterScratchedGov
ScratchedGov Orman Athgold AthgoldStart AthgoldStart
Start fair Won on driving Second and third same semeROSit sameRose
Rose Dal Daly off none too well picked pickedup uJ her field gradually stood ot ofZ PelhaM lR lRstretch Iastretch
stretch and won after a little shaking up Pelham no excuses JK Jadge ge ShortaR ShortaRcamo Sboctaflcaine
camo from far back May Worth early speed but tired badl badly fl fisal al fl4do furlong g
A SECOND RACEFive furlongs selling 3yearolds and upward Va Vato V nine ninesu
5246 5 2 su to first 160 160Ind 160hid
hid Horse Wt S ½ 5tr Fin Jockey 0 Op CI
6224 4 Bum Bush 5 111 1 1 11 11 1 12 Pickens 6 62 2
5228 Gene Wood 4 114 3 31 3li4 3 3iL 3 21 1 Murphy 2 i 53
500 Gosalper Gossiperlla114S II a 114 S i1y 51 4 51 31 Van VanDusen DU6en 4 4
5100 Aquiline 4 114 Z 21 2y 2 2 41 Fl Fischer eher S i ies
es 5 Yellow Foot 3 I 1 16 8 7 4 51 4 i1 Peak I 12 12Halton
436 Halton 5 117 6 6 6 63 6 C Sullivan 10 3 20
688 ChItterlings 3 108 4 71 71 Hi 7 76 Cavanaugh 8 8 847i8
47i8 Incleme1tI 3 111 5 8 8 8 8 Christie 8 18 18At 19At
At post 3 minutes Off at 310 3lG4 Tlme Time24 26 i 49 161 U UBush 33Bush
Bush 4 to Ii place 2 to 5 show Wood 1 pla place 1 to 2 show Go GossIper eiper 4 to toWinner 5 5inner
Winner b g by Lord DalmenyrCnyon Trained by J Fraters FratersStart FratersStart
Start good Wor easily Second same Third driving drhlngBurning drivingBurning
Burning Bush back to good form only breezed all the way Gene Wood did didhis didhis
his best Gos Gossiper lper oft badly ran a winning race Aquiline quit Balance 00 ac account account
count
THIRD RACEFive furlongs selling yearotdl Value to flr first t 116 116Ird 190ird
5220 5
Ird Horse Wt S ½ f Str FIn Jockey Op Cl
5227 King of Yolo 110 5 31 1n 3n 1n Van Dwwn II 4 4im 44
im Camera 110 3 7 i 41 21 Mondon I 6 6i21
i21 Lad Lady panchita 107 4 4P 4V4 4Y 2n 34 Brad Brady 20 > > 30 301i90 20i90
1i90 Chalum 113 2 2 244 2n 1 144 44 SIngleton 2 3 35m 3b227
5m Dora Pane 110 Ii 31 61 63 51 FIscher S 1
603 Bla Biased ed 106 7 61 7 7 81i Parker 20 i S S51Y1
51Y1 Glare ll 110 1 Hfl 31 5 54 7 Pickens 4 4At 2 2At
At post OIt 412 minutes Off at 3411 TIDI4 25 fi 4t 35 1 l9 li liYolo 14Yolo
Yolo Z to 5 place out show Camera 2 place 4 to I show Paachlta 3 3Winner 3Winner
Winner b c by GalvestonCandlewlclt Trained by E J Crawford CrawfordScratchedFred CrawfordScratchedFred
ScratchedFred Stone StoneStart StoneStart
Start good Van driving Second same Third easily easlbKing easilyKing
King of Yold ran right back to his last race but had to be driven hard to tostand tostand
stand off the fastcoming Camera Camera ran a remarkable race earning from tromtar fromfar
tar behind In game fashion and would have won In another jump LaI Lady Panchlta Panchltaran
ran a greatly Improved race Chalum stopped bad badly I In tM strete Glare found foundccmpany foundccmpany
ccmpany too good and quit badly
FOURTH RACESix furlongs selling 3YelroJds Value to first 110O 110OInd 800lad
525 5 25 J
lad Horse Wt S Str FIn in Jockey Op CJ
515 H Louise 11i1 1 13 1 14 11 14 PIckens 3i 710
6215 L R Hlndoo 100 3 23 24 1 14 23 Cavanaugh 3 2
91 Force 100 2 3 3h 3 344 33 FIscher I 12 12Vander 12Wander
Wander lOll 4 4 4y 4h 4h SIngleton 8 8
5213 Sir Barry 108 5 4h 5 5 i Baird S 20 20At O OAt
At poet 1 minute Off at 413 Tlnie24 flm8 l 14 f8 014 114 35 35Hannah i iHannah
Hannah 1 to 4 place out show Hlndoo 2 to 5 place out show Force 4 to 6 6Winner 5Winner
Winner ch f by Yellow TallMotto Trained b by J Frate FrateScratchedMadellne FratersScratchedMadeline
ScratchedMadellne Iusgrave MusgraveStart IusgraveStart
Start good Won galloping Second and third same sameHannah sameHannah
Hannah Loul Louise e shot to the front at rise of barrier opened up a commanding commandingIead
lead and never let the others near her La Raise Hlndoo was easily best of the theothers theOthers
others Force ran a good race Balance shoed nothing nothingS
FIFTH RACESeven furlongs selling 3 3yarods roldll and upward Value Valueto
S 2 L 5 52 2 to first 200 200i 260iir
i iir ii Horse Wt s 4 i Str Fin Jockey Op CI
5202 Price Jewel 4 1 1CG < 6 2 11 12 12w 13 11 11 Cavanaugh1 Cavanaugh 2 65
540 John Louis 4 113 4 4 4 3h 32y 32 ½ J21Ai Van Dusen 6 15 15480S 1
480S HarcoJrt 1 108 3 31 2h 21 ½ 21 31 Slngl Singleton ton 6i 65
204 Ch Doherty 4 116 I6 1 21 31 4 4 1 Fischer 2 6 6At 6At
At post 1 minute Off at 433 Tlme4 35 48 45 1101 46 128 128Jewel 1 24 24Jewel
Jewel 1 to 3 place out show Louis 3 place 7 to 10 show Harcourt out outWinner outWinner
Winner hr m by PlauditPar Excellence Trained by W II Bradford BradtnrdScratchedBardonla BradfordScratchedBardonla
ScratchedBardonla ScratchedBardonlaStart
Start good Yon driving Second same Third easily easilyPrIceless easilyPriceless
PrIceless Jewel set 0 hot pace all the way but had to be shaken up a bit In Inthe Inthe
the last sixteenth John Louis getting good took off early pace ranged up with withleaders withleaders
leaders In stratch but could not get up Harcourt ran well but Is net quite read readCharlie ready
Charlie Doherty outclassed
SIXTH TH RACEQno mile selling 3yearolds and upward Value to first firstInd
5253 5 f 200 200md
Ind Horse Wt S Str Fin Jookey Op CI Ci6Z15
5216 Financier 4 108 1 II 11 1h 1n 1 SIngletOn 3 32 85
5240 Kop Kopek k 4 100 4 32 31 33 3 324 21 E Smith 3 3
6229 Godfather 4 112 3 21Vr 21 23 21 1 32 Flsooer Sol 1 52
5226 6 Ak Sar Ben 3 101 6 65 64 62 43 43 Colton 1 I It226
t226 Bonto 4 100 2 53 51 41Y 44 ½ 54 56 Willis 6 8
5240 Dr Mayer 3 102 5 4 44 42 61 62 6h Pickens 1 8
6226 H Doyle a 112 7 7 7 i 7 7 Tullet 8 Iii IiiAt 15At
At post 2 minutes Off at 602 Tlmefi 24 6 6Q l 15 116 14 35 35Financier 35Financier
Financier 7 to 10 place 1 to 3 show Kopek 1 place 1 to 2 show GOdfather
2 to 5 show showWinner shoWWinner
Winner ch h by BoxParadise Won Trained by 1L Marshall MarshallScratchedTom MarshallScratchedTom
ScratchedTom Reid ReidStart ReidStart
Start good Won driving Second same Third handily handlhFinanCIrs handilyFinanciers
Financiers raN a good one Vent rIght b t thE front and won all th the < way
Kopek none tm well ridden did his best Godfather bad his speed but was wasnot wasnot II IIKopek
not good Enough
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BASEBALL RESULTS I
NATIONAL LEAGUE LEAGUEYon
Yon rot P C CPittsburg CPittsburg
Pittsburg 1G6 S7 7U 7UChicago 741Chicago
Chicago f7 41 1iS 1iSNew 570New
New York II II IICincinnati 905 905Cincinnati
Cincinnati 74 n 6n 6nPhiladelphia 611Philadelphia
Philadelphia 90 74 74St 74St
St Louis 49 Ii 1iiO 1iiOBrooklyn O OBrooklyn
Brooklyn 58 93 93Boston 369 369Boston
Boston 35 10Z m mOVERALL 279OVERALL
OVERALL WINS FOR CUBS CUBSChicago CUBSChicago
Chicago Sept 2iCl1Jcaso defeated defeatedPhllar1elphla defeatedPhiladelphia
Philadelphia In the opening game of a afourgame afourgame
fourgame series today 4 to 1 Overall Overallpltehed OYerallpitched
pitched in great form Score R H E Ehlladelphle EPhiladolphla
hlladelphle 1 4 4Chicago 2 2Chicago
Chicago 4 8 t 2BatteriesCornidon tBatterlesCorrldon
BatterlesCorrldon and Doom Over OveraU Overall
aU and Archer UmplODa and andBrennan andBrennan
Brennan BrennanTHE BrennanTHE
THE LONG LANE TURNS TURNSPittsburg TURNSPittsburg
Pittsburg Sept iPittsburg lost an anopportunity anopportunity
opportunity to clinch the National league lequepennant leaguepennant
pennant today when Leifteld weakened weakenedin
in the ninth Inning of the second gains pJRewith gainswith
with New York the visitors 1 Itora scoring five fiveruns fiveruns
runs and winning S to 7 The locale won wonthe wonthe
the first contest Ii to 1 Scores ScoresFirst ScoresFirst
First game R H E EPittsburg EPittsburg
Pittsburg S t tNew 9 9NewYork
New NewYork York 1 S SBatteriesAdams 2 2BatteriesAdams
BatteriesAdams and Gibson Crandall Crandalland
and Schiel UmpiresEmelt and John Jobnstone Johnstone
stone stoneSecond stoneSecond
Second game R H E EPittsburg EPittsburg
Pittsburg T 4 4New 2 2NewYork
New NewYork York S U 2 2BatterlesLelfleld 2BatteriesLeifield
BatterlesLelfleld and Glb Gtbon oni WIlt8e WIlt8eKlawitter WiltieKlawitter
Klawitter and Iyers Sell Sehiet let Umpl UmplJohnstone LmpirJohustone
Johnstone and EmslM EmslMDODGERS EmelleDODGERS
DODGERS LOSE BOTH BOTHCincinnati BOTHCincinnati
Cincinnati Sept iBrooklyn lost both bothgames bothgames
games of todays doubleheader with Cia CIDclnnatl Ciacinnati
clnnatl Scores ScoresFirst ScoresFirst
First game R H E ECincInnati ECincinnati
CincInnati 4 10 I IBrooklyn 2 2Brooklyn
Brooklyn I I S SBatteriesEwing 3BatteriesEwing
BatteriesEwing and Clark Kent and andMarshall andMarshall
Marshall UmpiresRigler and Klem KlemCincinnati KiemCincinnati
Cincinnati 3 t 1 1Brooklyn 1Brooklyn
Brooklyn 1 4 1 1BatterlesCantwell 1BatteriesCantwell
BatterlesCantwell and Clark Ben aDd aDdBergen andBergen
Bergen UmplresKrem and Rigler RiglerGirls RiglerGirls
Girls Wantea WanteaTwenty WanteciTwenty
Twenty gIrls wanted at Sweet Candy
13 3 East First South
AMERICAN AMERICANLEAGUE AMERICANLEAGUEWon LEAGUE LEAGUEWoa
Won Lo Log P ic icDetroit C CDetroit
Detroit 90 90 6 6PbUaMlpbJa 639 639Philadelphia
Philadelphia 11 54 62 j jBMtoD I IBoston
Boston 36 90 586 586Chicago 8 8Cb1
Cb1 Chicago II 3 II 5111 5111New 5tNew
New York 90 71 71Cleveland 45 45Cleveland
Cleveland 111 17 4 4It 47i 47iSt
It Louts 90 M 94Waahlngton 411 411Wuhln
Wuhln Waahlngton < < ton 35 1 107 7 2 2TIGERS 2t 2tTIGERS
TIGERS ARE BUMPED BUMPEDNew
New York Sept IOn acoount of a a8lIcbt aslight
slight rainfall only one pale warn played playedtoday > > Iayedto4ay
today between New York and DetroIt and andthis andthis
this the locals won 4 to 1 by bunching
its three bl hits I oft WlDett with two or orhili orhis
his passes and ODe DetroIt eftOl War Warhop Warhop
hop pltcb pitched fIDe for New York scatter JlCtteri scatterlag
i lag the Aletla made off him 80 that thatthey t theT
they sot only one run After tter the third thirdIDnID thirdinning
IDnID inning Hew York did not make a hit otr otrWilletts ot otWiliette
Willetts Score R H E EDetroit EDetroit
Detroit 1 6 3 3New 3NewYork
New NewYork York 4 I IBatterleWlltettlil 3BatterlesWIlIetts
BatterleWlltettlil and khnddt War Warhop Warhop
hop and BlaIr BlaIrSOX BlairSOX
SOX TAKE TO FOREMAN FOREMAN1raaIdn FOREMANWashinitan
1raaIdn Washinitan tDa 8ept spt tiFOIeMaft wu wuwild waswild
wild aDd ineffective today Cblea Chicago o mak makIng inaklag
lag enough runs ID the tw two laDlDp he heChIea80 hepitched
pitched to defeat Washington easily easilyWashington
Washington 1 6 2 2Chicago
Chicago 1 11 3 3Bat sBatterlisForemen
Bat BatterlisForemen JIoreman BeWIatr ud Slat Slattery Slattery
tery Beott eott alld Payne PayneRAIN PayneRAIN
RAIN AT BOSTON BOSTONDoMon BOSTONBoston
Boston qt J1St Lout LOUinBOMOIt oton same sameMHKp gamepostponed
postponed MHKp aed raIn Two p games totDorrow totDorrowATHLETICS tootrowATHLETICS
ATHLETICS ALSO SLIP SLIPPbtladelphla SLIPPtttlsdelphla
Pbtladelphla Sept 27cJeft1alld de defeated defasted
fasted Philadelphia today I to 4 The Tholaat Thelast
last six innings were played la a driz drizzUag dnizzUn
zUag zUn rain Score R H E EPblladelphta EPtiiIdelphia
Pblladelphta 4 7 3 3Cleveland 3Cleveland
Cleveland 1 512 512flatteriesCoomb 13 13BatterletlCoombs
BatterletlCoombs Krause ud Lapp LappUPP LappUPP
UPP Otis Winchell and Easterly EasterlyAMERICANASSOCIATION JIu trly trlyAMERICAN
AMERICAN AMERICANASSOCIATION AMERICANASSOCIATIONAt ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONAt
At TeledoFlrat game Kinaeapollll 3 3Toledo 1Toledo
Toledo L I Second game Minneapolis 5 5Toledo J JToledo
Toledo L S Called after fifth inning on Be Becount account
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Bellernores in solt and stiff shapes shapesat
at 300Stetsons at 400 and
500 in new blocks stiff and soft softas
as well as a lull line of staple shapes I IAll
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The bench show at the coming fair proml > cs tr t > b one ne of the ili bl big features ffaturesDr
Dr F L Hanslng who Is In charge of the show reports entries coming In very veryheavily veryheavily
heavily and the prospects fine for a great show Practically every dog fancier fancierIn
In the state Is represented and by the time entries close tomorrow night It Is Isexpected isexpected
expected that the largest entries list In the history of the state will be In
5000 CANADIAN MONEY MONEYdug
dug up last week Every man who gives credit creditexpects creditexpects
expects to collect and every man who receives receivescredit receivescredit
credit should expect to dig up Send in YOU bills billsand bifisc bifisand
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