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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 1 L1909 1909
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II THE 1910 THOMAS FLYER FLYERS FL YER YERAstonishing
Astonishing S 4D s ia Price Great Improvement Great GreatUnrivalled Power PowerUnrivalled PowerUnrivalled
Unrivalled Performance Performancei PerformanceEspecially i
Especially Designed and Constructed to Eclipse EclipseCompetition EclipseCompetition EclipseCompetition
Competition and Win Absolute Leadership LeadershipExperts Leadership1xperts LeadershipExperts
Experts Chauffeurs and Automobilists Auto mobihats Are Cordially Invited to toInvestigate toInvestigate tot
t I Investigate the New Candidate for Public Favori Favor FavorSix avor avorSix
i Six Long Stroke Vibrationless Cylinders Rated at 40 HP HP41k
< 414 4 in x 5in 5 in Develop 60 Horsepower on the Brake BrakePrice BrakePrice BrakePrice
Price 350000 including superb equipment of silk mohair top folding foldi g glass front frontcx frontcxtra ex extra extra ¬
tra ignition system with self starter Hartford shock absorbers speedometer 7 7Lite Prest0 Prest0Lite PrestOLite
Lite tank side dust aprons and pan hand rail two head lights rear light side lights lightshorn lightshorn 1 1horn
horn etc which lists lis at nearly 50000 50000This 50000This 50000This
This makes the car cost but about 300000 as cars are usually sold soldPositively 1 1Positively r rPositively
Positively No American Car in the 40 to 50 H P PClass PClass PClass of greatest merit including latest nickel steel steelshort steelshort steelshort
Class Can Equal Its Splendid Perform Performance Pe orm ormance ¬ short case transmission gear extremely simple simplecontrol simplecontrol simplecontrol
ance Because BecauseIt control imported ballbearings throughout short shortrigid shortrigid shortrigid
It is the only American car in its class that is isequipped ifiequipped isequipped rigid shafts 8710 8 710 between centers unusually unusuallyquiet unusuallyquiet unusuallyquiet
equipped with the the new extra silent foreign motor motordesign motordesign motordesign quiet and strong Engine has onepiejsg onepi one piconstrnc piconstrnction constrnc1 constrnc1tion onstrtlction
design which develops such vastly increased increasednower increaserlDower increasedDower tion large diameter crankshaft can can be removed removedwith removedwith removedwith
Dower at same piston speed viz long stroke cylinders cy cylinders c clinders ¬ with fly wheel as a unit forged steel herringbone herringbonatiming herringbontiming herringbonetiming
linders with ven vett ve large smoothed gas passages and andmanifolds andmhnifolds andmanifolds timing gears with deadened case fly fl wheel and all allrotating ailrotating allrotating
manifolds also water jacketed valve stems stemsthe stemsthedesign stemsthedesign the thedesign rotating mechanism perfectly balanced both stat statically staticnIly statically ¬
design that has revolutionized r motor construction constructionabroad constructionabroad constructionabroad ically and dynamically valve plungers cushioned cushionedfor
abroad by winning all the 4 motor contests the theGrand theGrand theGrand for silence very large water waterjackets jackets covering coveringvalve coveringTalye b bvalve
Grand Prix race etc etc etcand and that is also alsoequipped alsoquipped alsoequipped valve stems insure against over heating and stick sticking sticking sticking ¬
equipped with six cylinders and also has the larg largest largect largest ¬ ing threepoint motor suspension extra large largebrakes larg3brakes largebrakes
est reverse power powerThe powerThe powerThe brakes very long threequarter elliptic rear sil siiico silieo silico
ico springs two universal joints be between between between
manganese ¬
The Following Facts Are Convincing But a Dem Demonstration Demonstration Demonstration ¬
tween the transmission and clutch eliminating eliminatingstrain
onstration Is Proof ProofThe ProofThe ProofThe
strain on bearings the old reliable Thomas threedisc three threedisc thredisc
The M motor 50 H P Pat Pat I Iat
sixcylinder develops
disc clutch patented low center of gravity 125inch 125 125inch 125inch
at 1090 R P M and 60 H P at 1400 R P M Mwhich Mwhich Mwhich
inch wheel base nickel steel drop frames extra extralarge extralarge extralarge
which is 14 per cent more power than A L A t M Mrating Mrating Mrating
large bearings throughout long propeller shaft shaftdrive shaftdrive shaftdrive
which is standard standardMany standardMany standardMany
rating drive slight angle dustproof universal joints jointsgeared jointigeared jointsgeared
Many cars run fast enough but only cars of ofhighest orh1ghest ofhighest axles
geared force feed oilers forged clearance clearanceIi
highest quality can run slow enough on high gear gearModel gearlfodel gearModel
11 inches hand hammered aluminum body finest finestupholstering finestupholstering finestupholstering
Model M will smoothl slow three threemiles threemiles threemiles
run smoothly as as
upholstering wheels and tires 36x4 ½ i workman workmanship workmanship workmanship ¬
miles per hour slower than a man walks loaded loadedWith loadedvith loadedwith ship and material guaranteed to be equal to the thobest thebest thebest
With passengers amidst the crowded traffic of ofcity ofeity ofcity best
city strets on high gear without changing It is issafer issafer issafer
safer easier and a new and most delightful ex experience experience experience ¬ There Is a Reason ReasonThe ReasonThe ReasonS ReasonThe S
perience and a d a performance unrivaled The surest surestproof surestproof surestproof The design was begun in 1907 and the construlion construe construelion i iHon
proof of great reserve power sixcylinder ixc linder flexi flexibility flexibility flexibility ¬ lion in 1908 to group in this one car all the welltried well welltried i itried
bility anti highest motor effieierey effieiereyWhen effici effieiereyWhen > rcy rcyWhen tried improvements of greatest merit that have havebeen havebeen havebeen
When desired Model M will run slowly on onhigh onhigh onhigh been evolved in various popular cars for the sole soleand soleBnd soleand
high gear on bad roads and hills that most cars carsare carsare carsare and we trust commendable purpose of eclipsing eclipsingcompetition eclipsingcompetition eclipsingcompetition
are compelled to run on lower gear or at break breakneck breaknfck breakneck ¬ competition and doing the largest business in tho
neck and uncomfortable speed to accomplish on onhigh onhighanother onhighanother 40 to 50 II P class by giving more rower higher higherefficiency higherefficiency higherefficiency
high highanother another strong proof of great reserve reservepower reservepower reservepower efficiency better results and more for or the money moneyin
sixcylinder superiority and high motor mot r ef efficiency efficiency effciency ¬
power in every way Two years of patient investigation investigationdesigning investigationdesigning investigationdesigning
ficiency ficiencyTho designing testing and improving have been re required required required ¬
The same car loaded with passengers can rune run quired to complete the task during which we had hadthe hadthe hadthe
e 60 miles per hour on country countr roadsanotherproof roads roadsanotJIer roadsanotJIerproof another anotherproof the great advantage of participating in and winning win winning winning ¬
proof of great reserve power and high motor ef efficiency efficiency ¬ ning the 22000milc endurance contest around the theworld theworld theworld
4 ficiency ficiencyModel ficiencylfodell1 flelencYModel world from New York to Paris a benefit no noAmerican 00American noAmerican
Model lfodell1 i M 1 develops a speed of 20 miles per hour hourat American competitor enjoys and also winning winningthirtynine wmnin wmninthirtynine winningthirtynine
at only 560 R P M 1 30 miles per hour at 840 840R 840R 840R thirtynine other contests and worlds records in including including including ¬
R PM P 11 1 40 miles per hour at 1120 0 R P M Metc 11etc 7thetc cluding the nonstop record of 21 days 3 hoursand hours hoursand h0115and
etc etc At the same speed shortstroke motors motorsof and 29 minutes oij or public roads in zero weather weathertwo weatheitwo
of same bore require 37 per cent more revolutions revolu revolutions revolutions ¬ two Glidden tours the only ones we entered enteredalso enteredalso enteredalso
tions 37 per cent more jar on bearings 37 per percent perInt percent also the 180mile sixcylinder record made at Sa Savannah Savannah Savannah ¬
cent < more vibration 37 per cent more wear 37 37per 37per 37per vannah in 182 minutes and 25 seconds secondsIn
per cent shorter life 37 per cent more noise of ofexhaust offxhaust ofexhaust In touring cars of larger power and size wo wohave wahave wehave
exhaust and valves more oil etc etcanother another proof proofof have the great Model F 460 H P Pan an improved improvedNew d dNew
of increased motor efficiency and proof that there thereis New YorktoParis car which sells at 450000 450000and 450000and 450000and
is less vibration greater silence smoother run running running runfling ¬ and the greatest of all touring cars 670 Model ModelK
ning a easier hill climbing and far greater flexibila flexibil flexibility flexibility ¬ K fully equipped at 6000 Model K is equip equipped equipi equipped equippod ¬ i
ity it in the sixcylinder Long Stroke motor de design de11gn dosign ¬ ped with 38 tires also many other improve improvements improVfments improvements ¬
sign signAll 11gnl1 signi ments It has the greatest greatestreserve reserve of power o oany at atany ofany
i All l1 the Latest Foreign Models of Most Popular PopularMake PopularMake PopularMake any stock touring car in America and every everyowner ever everowner everyowner
Make Include 6Cylinders 6CylindersLong 6CylindersLongStroke Long LongStroke LongStroke owner will back up the statement that the 670 670Thomas 670Thomas 670Thomas
Stroke Motors MotorsModel MotorsModel MotorsModel Thomas Flyer is the last word in smooth running runninghill
1 Model M includes all welltried improvements improvementsRandallDodd hill climbing and all that is good in automobiles
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A PRETTY ENTERTAINMENT ENTEBTHMEflTA
t A pleasant event ent of Thursday night nightwas nightvms nighth
h was the reception re pUo t tendered at the resl residence resldene resldcace ¬
dence of Colonel G B Squires of No
1263 South Twelfth East street to mem members members members ¬
bers of the local Grand Army posts the theDaughters theDaughters theDaughters
Daughters of Veterans Sons of Vet Veterans Veterans Veterans ¬
erans and Invited guests about 200 200bfinjr 200bling 200being
being In attendance The spacious spaciouslawn spacIouslawn spaciouslawn
lawn was handsomely decorated for the theoccasion theorcaslon theoccasion
occasion electric lights being strung strungarnvng strun strunamrS strungamong
among the trees which hich with the gor ¬
geous autumn foliage made a beautiful beautifulappearance beautifulappearance beautifulappearance
appearance Autumn foliage also was wasused wasused Wasused
used In the decoration of the residence
KANSAS CITY BIKE RACE COSTLY TO TOJOHN TOJOHN TOJOHN
JOHN CHAPMAN SAY LOCAL RIDERS
Bringing back with them the story of ofone ofone ofone
one of the hardest grinds in their bike bikeriding bikeriding bikeriding
riding experience Tommy Morgan and andAlfred andAlfred andAlfred
Alfred Crebs returned yesterday from fromKansas fromICansas fromKansas
Kansas City CIt where they took part in inJohnny InJohnny inJohnny
Johnny Chapmans sixdiy six day race Morgan Morganfinished Morganfinished Morganfinished
finished fifth and Crebs eighth eighthChapman eighthChapman eighthChapman
Chapman is a gamester said Morgan MorganThe
The race was a farce so far as drawing drawingcrowds drawingcrowds drawingcrowds
crowds was concerned and Kansas City Citycertainly Citycertainly Citycertainly
certainly is a dead one in the bike game gameChapman gameChapman gameChapman
Chapman went in the hole 2000 but he liepaid hepaid hepaid
paid up all the purses without a kick We Weall Weall Weall
all made expenses but that is about all
The sprint race held Saturday night drew drewS62
S62 62 in the gate gateDeMara gateDeMara gateDeMara
DeMara rode a great race and was wasfavored wasfaored wasfavored
favored with no punctures and no spills spillsBoth spillsBoth spillsBoth
Both Crebs and I had hard luck in the theway thewa theway
way wa of spills and punctures and lost tostmuch lostmuch lostmuch
much ground Frank Schnell found the thegrind thegrind thegrind
grind too hard and as he was not in the thebtst thebtst thebtst
btst of shape he was forced to quit quitSchnell quitSchnen quitSchnell
Schnell staid over in Denver whore he hehas hehas hehas
has a position with the Associated As oclated Press PressCrebs PressCrebs PressCrebs
Crebs said that Morgan had third place placeconceded p1aceconceded placeconceded
conceded but punctured with two hours hoursto
to fjo and dropped back to fifth De DeMara DeIara DeMara ¬
Mara will ride with Lawson in the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York sixday race
I HERALDREPUBLIOAN FORM CHART CHARTSalt I ISalt
Salt Lake Thursday Sept Eleventh da day Weather clear track fast P P
Pomrty presiding judge Richard Dwyer starter starterFIRST
5286 FIRST RACEFive furlongs selling 3earolds 3year olds and upward Value tofirst to tofirst
first 150 150Ind 50 50Ind
Ind Horse Wt S 14 4 1h 4 Str Fin Jockey Op CL CL6M1
6M1 Belle Brad Brady I 10 105 < 5 414 I1h31 31 12 2 15 Cavanaugh 2 2 25Zi8
5Zi8 AlIvla 3 1 106 1 21 2114 21 2h 22 224 Peak I 3 35216tAntara
5216tAntara 6266 tAntara 6 108 Z 51 51 3 34t 33 C Sullivan 4 6 68S2
8S2 Esther Mj M 4 114 6 61 5 5 514 4h Thomas 4 6
5241 Y lo3 108 8 82 2 7lfa 7 71 5 Post 8 10
5343 114 6l Jarrett 3 16 16Magnlficlo
548 May Worth Worth a a 114 3 I 31 1Ih 1 4h 4 h 61 2 Jarret r 4 6 6olagnlflclo
olagnlflclo a 11 114 9 9 9 82 72 724 S Johnson 30 40
5224 Byron 4 100 4 116 1 4 6 644 86 S 6 Van Dusen 10 15
366 Bill Bagwen a 114 7 71 81 9 9 Fischer 8 10 10At 10At
At post 3iz 3 min Off at 2S6 236Tlme25 TimeTr Time 25 35 5136 13610835 13610835Brady 10835 10835Brady 100 35 35Brad
Brady Brad 45 place 25 show Alivla 65 place 12 show Antara 1 1Winner 1Winner 1Winner
Winner b m by Yellow TallMarie N Trained by J W Williams WilliamsStart WilliamsStart WilliamsStart
Start good Won on easily Second and third same sameBelle sameBeUe sameBelle
Belle Brady under a good ood ride went to the front when ready and won as she shopleased shepleasd shepleased
pleased Allvia no excuses Antara did his best bestSECOND bestSECOND
SECOND RACE RACEFive Five furlongs selling 3yearolds and upward Value V lue to toAt tofirst tofirst
5287 first I 50 50Ind O OInd
Ind Horse W1 S 14 44 Str Fin Jockey OP p CI CI5U 1
5U Balerlun 3 101S 1 22 23 11 12 Jarrett 3 3
5261 Mossback 4 114 U Z 51 bA 41 4114 22 Fischer 3 it iti36
i36 6 l6 M Montrose 4 100 3 Ih Ih 211f 3 314 Thomas 6 65 6i 6iiSI 656261Mazapan
iSI 6261Mazapan Iazapan a U 114 4 32 31 31 41 Post 10 Ii
5248 Rose Dab 4 11 114 i 41 4111 4 51 Jl 5114 Christie 4 8 8Gossiper
5161 Gossiper II a 11 114 7 61 6144 61 6114 62 62 Van Dusen X XMJi 3
MJi 52 Sam Barber I 6 114 6 71 8 73 7i Otis S 10 1049i7
49i7 Wild Bill 3 I 103 8 8 72 8 8 Gargan 8 10 10At 10At
At post 3 min Off at 303 Time Tlme2 25 5025 5O 25 103 103Balerlan 103Balerlan 103Balerian
Balerlan 65 place 35 show Mossback 32 place 710 shoVr shcAvMollle Mollle Montrose
13 show showWinner showInner showWinner
Winner Inner b f by The CommonerValerlana Trained by G Swam SwamStart S SwainStart aln alnStart
Start good Won cleverly Second same Third driving drivingBalerian drlvinitBalerlan drivingBalerian
Balerian off well today ran Mollle Montrose into the ground went to the front frontin
in stretch and won well in hand Mossback came from far back and finished finishedstrong finishedstrong finishedstrong
strong Mollle 10J1tIose Monti ose had her speed but quit badly Gossiper II off badly badl badlShowed badlyshowed
Showed no speed any an part of It ItTHIRD
THIRD RACE RACESlx Six furlongs selling 3yearolds 3 and upward Value to toAt tofirst tofirst
2 8 8
5 first lG1J 154Ird lG1JIrd
Ird Horse Wt S 1w 4 If Str Fin Jockey Op CI
238 Airs 5 104 4 Ih 1n 144 1 IZIfz Van Dusen 45 31i
6211 Blskra 4 110 1 21 21 > j 214 21fz 21 Cotton 3 2 25i5
5i5 Swagg Swaggeriator rlator 4 109 3 3 32 33 3 314 11 1 Christie 8 15 15Dorothy 15Dorothy
Dorothy Ann 4 109 8 7 744 62 63 41 > h Aguao 10 30 30Rustling
5225 Rustling Silk 6 104 7 4111 41 4lu 412 51 Rooney 4 8 85tel
5tel Sir Barr 3 101 5 6h 51 52 66 Baird 6 10 105I9
5I9 Inclement 3 101 6 63iz 71 74 73 Peak 10 2D
1006 Sir Carter a 100 2 8 8 8 8 S Johnson 30 100 100At 100At
At post 2 mln mini Off at 329 Time Tlme25 25 25 51 11715 11715Airs 11716Airs 11715Airs
Airs 15 place out show Biskra 12 place 14 show Swaggerlator 65 show showWinner showVlnner showWinner
Winner ch m by GoldcrestThe Bohemian Trained by J J Quinlan QulnlanScratched QuinlanScratchedYandlr QuinlanScratchedWander
Scratched ScratchedYandlr Wander Burning Bush Charlie Doherty DohertyStart DohertyStart DohertyStart
Start good Won on easily Second and third driving drivingAirs drivingAirs drivingAirs
Airs had all her speed today toda esasily csasll disposed of Blskra and had the race to her herself herseU herself ¬
self thereafter Biskra ran consistently but was not good enough to beat the win winner winner winner ¬
ner Swaglrlator Swag erlator hung on well at a distance he does not particularly like likeCOOQ
COOQ FOURTH RACE RACESix Six and ahalf furlongs selling 3yearoids 3 and upwardVague upward upwardValue upwardg
5 1289 2 8 9
g Value to first MOO MOOInd SJOOInd 200Ind
Ind Horse Wt Vt S U 14 z ai i Str Fin Jockey Op CI CIs30
5238 Ethon 5 116 2 244 2 2h 1 144 11 1144 11 Singleton 35 25 2521U
5264 Little Osage 4 111 4 31fz 32 3 32 34 35 21U 21 C Sullivan 3 6
5215 Lord Nelson GW 1 11 11 11w 21 1 2 214 36 Henry 3 6 6iJO
5230 Ethel Day Da a 110 34 3 4 4 4 4 4 Van Dusen 6 7 7AfpoBt1 7AtpostrI 7Atpost
AfpoBt1 < 1 min Off at 363 Time Time5 25 60 11625 123 123Ethon 123Ethon 123Ethon
Ethon out place and show Osage 45 place out show Nelson out outWinner outInner outWinner
Winner Inner b h by IntrusiveCharm Trained by D H Marshall MarshallScratched lIarshaljScratchedHannah MarshaqScratchedHannah
Scratched ScratchedHannah Hannah Louise LouiseStart LouiseStart LouiseStart
Start good Won easily e sll Second driving Third easily easilyEthon easilyEthan easilyEthon
Ethon the class galloped along until challenged by Little Osage In stretch stretchwhen stretchwhen stretchwhen
when Singleton shook him up a little and responding gamely shook him off and andwon andwon andwon
won well CII in hand Little Osage ran a creditable race Had a little Interference on onback onback onback
back stretch or might have been closer up Lord Nelson tore off In front but butwhen butwhtn butwhen
when overhauled weakened Ethel Day Da no chance with this kind at the weights weightsFIFTH weightsFIFTH
FIFTH RACE RACESeven Seven furlongs Belling > 3yearolds and upward Value to toAt tofirst toL
5290 L o first 160 160Ind 150Ind
Ind Horse Wt S YS 34 i Str Fin In Jockey Op CI
261 Yak Tourist 3 108 4 lIh 13 II 11w 1I 1134 12 19w Cavanaugh 32 65
5229 Cadlhon6 6 111 6 oW 23 22 81 1 2D 2 n VanDusen Van Dusen 4 5
6262 M 1 Hollander 6 111 2 3h 3 334 41i 4 4u 3 334 Cotton 3 6
521 5211 Cobbiesklll 5 111 7 iiI 41 3 344 31 31 41 Post 3 i 72
253 Dr Mayer 3 15 3 41 61 1 5 52w 55 53 3 Thomas 10 II
5 4 8 Sylvia lvla U 6 111 Ii 71 jl 71w 6n 62 66 Aguao 6 10 1048i
48i Exchequer 4 111 l 61 51 73 72 2 i3 Tullet 1 10 20
43 4325 Flgent 3 100 8 8 8 8 8 8 Fischer 8 12 13At 12At
At post 1 min Off at 421 Time TJme550 25 5025 2ii 11725 117 5 130 130Tourist 130Tourist 130Tourist
Tourist 12 place 14 show sho Cadichon 85 place 710 show sho Mabel 1 1Winner 1Inner 1Winner
Winner Inner ch c by ShapMlLlzzie Montrose Trained by W P Maxwell MaxwellScratched MaxwellScratchedAucarilln raxwellScratchedAucaffJin
Scratched ScratchedAucaffJin Aucarfjln Dollle Dollars Spring Ban Alice Collins Chief Desmond DesmondStart DesmondStart DesmondStart
Start good Won easily e slly Second and third driving drivingYankee drhlngYankee drivingYankee
Yankee Tourist off well went right to the front and although menaced by b bCadlchon
Cadichon drew away at end Cadichon ran an improved race and was a keen keencontender keencontender keencontender
contender all the way Mabel Hollander ran her race Cobblesklll had a rough roughJourney roughjourney roughJourney
Journey
SIXTH RACE RACEFIve Five furlongs selling 2year 2yearolds 2 olds Value to first 150 10Ind 150Ind
5291 5291At I
Ind Horse Wt S 41 44 sa l Str Fin Jockey OP CI CI5S
5S Genoa 1l0 2 21 23 13 14 Mondon 65 75
527 Silver Grain 188 3 I 31 31 324 3 23 Parker 6 6 6I6
I6 Roberta 110 4 I 1 1yr 1 114 oh 31 Otis 10 16 16Jim
5266 Jim Brad 1 110 10 6 6 6 55 4114 11 Gargan 4 9 92 92i50
i50 Chalum 113 5 53 4 44 i 56 Singleton 1 7i i
m Fred Stone 108 1 41 51 6 6 Howard If Ii IiAt 15At
At post 1 min Off at 451 Time Tlme44i 24 46 5015 50 15 10815 10815Genova 101 10815Genova 15 15Genova
Genova 12 place out show sho Grain 2 place 710 show Roberta 32Winner 32 32Winner I IWinner
Winner b f by b Golden MaximAffluence Trained by G Helder HelderStart HelderStart HeiderStart
Start good Won easily Second same Third driving drivingGenova drivingGenova drivingGenova
Genova ran an Improved race today and won as she pleased Silver Grain im improving Improving improving ¬
proving Roberta had plenty of speed but stopped Jim Brady off badly bad I made madeup madeup madeup
up considerable ground Chalum no account
BASEBALL RESULTS I
I
AMERICAN LEAGUE LEAGUEWon
Won on Lost P C CDetroit CDetroit CDetroit
Detroit 97 53 647 647Philadelphia 4T 4TPhiladelphia 47Philadelphia
Philadelphia 93 57 57Boston 7 7Boton 690 690Boston
Boston S6 62 651 651Chicago 651Chicago 51 51Chicago
Chicago 77 73 513 513New 513Ne 613New
New Ne York 71 76 481 481Cleveland 481Cleveland 481Cleveland
Cleveland 70 80 4OT 4OTSt 467St t17 t17St
St Louis 60 88 411 411Washington 411Washington 411Washington
Washington 41 103 276 276DETROIT 216DETROIT 276DETROIT
DETROIT WINS PENNANT PENNANTBoston PENNANTBoston PENNANTBoston
Boston Sept JOThe JO The fight for the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American League pennant is over Detroit De Detroit Detroit ¬
troit has won again a aln making It three threestraight threestraight threestraight
straight championships and a record for forthe torthe forthe
the league The champions lost their theirgams theirgame theirgame
game here today toda 9 to 7 but as Philadel Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
phia lost 05t twice to Chicago the Detrolts Detroltsare
are sure of the flag
The game was hard fought both teams teamsusing teamsusing teamsusing
using two pitchers Mullin was batted battedhard battedbard battedhard
hard in the first inning and In part of the thesecond the5econd thesecond
second Boston won the game In the theeighth theeighth theeighth
eighth inning with two out outDetroit outDetroit outDetroit
Detroit started the season well and re remained remained remalned ¬
mained at the top for several weeks weeksmainly weeksmainly weeksmainly
mainly through the remarkable work of ofits otIts ofits
its pitchers A setback came toward the themiddle themiddle themiddle
middle of the season however and at atone atone atone
one time the champions dropped as low lowas lowas lowas
as third place They did not stay there therelong therelong therelong
long bracing up considerably and passing
Philadelphia and Boston who were in
first and second place respectively A
long series at home ho e again gave the pen pennant pennant pennant ¬
nant winners a good lead before they theymade the theymade
made their second eastern trip They had hadto hadto hadto
to make a hard fight and up to the last lastweek lastweek lastweek
week the result was In doubt Score ScoreR
R H E
Detroit 7 1E 13 1 2 2
Boston 9 12 3
BatteriesMullin Willett and Schmidt Schmidtood
Wood > ood Hall and Donohue DonohueTHOSE DonohueTHOSE DonoltueTHOSE
THOSE NAUGHTY SOX SOXPhiladelphia SOXPhtlladelphla SOXPhtiladelphia
Philadelphia Sept 30 30The The American
League championship was decided in fa favor favor favor ¬
vor of Detroit when Chicago defeated
Philadelphia in both games of a double
header here this afternoon Score
First game R H E
Philadelphia 3 7 3
Chicago g e 3 3ltterlesDyert
Batteries ltterlesDyert Dygert and Lapp Scott and
Payne PayjieSecond PaYJleSecond PayneSecond
Second game R H E
Philadelphia 4 6 2
Chicago 6 12 I 3
Batteries BatteriesKrause Krause Coombs and Lapp
Burns and Owens OwensENGLES I IENGLES IENGLES
ENGLES MUFF COSTLY COSTLYNew
New York Sept 30 3QA A muff of an easy eas
fly by Engle in the ninth Inning today
gave St Louis Louisa a chance to come from
behind and tie the score Score ScoreSt
ScoreR
R H E
St Louis 4 11 2 j
New York 4 9 1
BatteriesBailey Killifer Killifer and Stephens
Manning and Blair Called on account of
darkness darknessNo
No other games scheduled sch duled
NATIONAL N LEAGUE LEAGUEPlttsbwrg LEAGUEWOIL
Won Lot L t P C
Plttsbwrg PStt burg 1111 40 73 736io 7
Chicago M 47 67 67New x xAew
N New w York YorkCincinnati N 67 610
Cincinnati Ctneln aU U 76 76Phlla4h 510PhiladWfpMa 510 510Phllaktbt
Phlla4h PhiladWfpMa Ma ft 3 3KM 11 470 4jO8t 410St
St Low H 3M M 354 35 4
Brooklyn Brookl ft H 35 35PIRATES 3
Boston n KM 281 281PIRATES 283PIRATES
PIRATES BREAK EVEN EVENPittsburg EVENPlttsburg EVENPittsburg
Pittsburg Sept 30Pktburg PKtrtarg Pttt urg and New NewYork XEWYork NewYork
York divided a doabtohMuter here today toda todathe tadathe >
the visitors taking tb tbe tint game S to toand toand toand
and the locals winning the second S to 1 1Score L LScore LScore
Score ScoreFirst ScoreFirst ScoreFirst
First game R H E
PlttsbuVg 5 0
New York 8 12 1 1
Batteries BatterieYtlUs Willis Leaver and Gibson Si Simon SImon Simon ¬
mon Klawitter r and A Wilson Umpires UmpiresEmslle UmpiresEmslie UmpiresEnteile
Emslle and Johnstone JohnstoneSecond John JohnstoneSecond toDe toDeSecond
Second game R H E
Pittsburg f 13 o oNew 1
New York 1 i 3
BatteriesFrock and Glbwm D Daly ly and
Wilson UmplrJohnstone Umpires Johnstone and EmslieBOSTON Emslie EmslleBOSTON EmslieBOSTON
BOSTON EVENS UP UPSt UPSt UPSt
St Louis Sept M aoBoIIton Boston won today todaygame todaygame todaysgame
game from St Louis Bostons victory
made It an even break on the series
Score R H E
Boston 4 10 1
St Louis J 5 5
BatteriesRaleigh and Bliss Slattern Matternand Slatternand Iatternand
and Rairdon Umpire UmpfreKane UmpfreKaneNo Kan KanNo
No other games scheduled
GREAT SURPRISE SURPRISfAT
AT GRAND GRANDCIRCUIT GRANDCIRCUITThe CIRCUIT CIRCUITThe
The Harvester Prohibitive Fa Favorite Favorite Favorite ¬
vorite Is Beaten by an anOutsider anOutsider anOutsider
Outsider OutsiderColumbus OutsiderColumbus OutsiderColumbus
Columbus 0 Sept 30 3OPad 80Paderewski 80Paderewskithe Paderewskl Paderewsklthe rewski rewskithe
the Illinois trotter whose appearance inthe In Inthe Inthe
the 207 class today toda scared out The Har Harvester Harvester Harvester ¬
vester was beaten in each heat of the therace therace therace
race by b Wilkes Heart The result next nextto
to the defeat of George Gano Tuesday Tuesdaywas Tuesda Tuesdawns
was the most startling one of the meet meeting meetIng meeting ¬
ing Paderewski last week we k took a record recordof
of 20511 205 and was ranked then as un unbeatable unbeatable unbeatable ¬
beatable by horses of his class Today Todayhe
he sold favorite at 100 to 1 for the en entire entire entire ¬
tire field a small one after the with withdrawals withdrawals withdrawals ¬
drawals of THe Harvester and San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco Results
215 class pacing three heats purse purseSl
Sl 1200 Alcyras Alc ras won first and second secondheats secondheats secondheats
heats Time 208 200y 207 Flora Coffee Coffeewon Cotfeewon Coffeewon
won the third heat Time 2OSsi 2OS + Great Greatest Greatest Greatest ¬
est Line St Patrick Alardaw Gus B BDirectly BDlreetl BDirectly
Directly Dlreetl Conner Mackey Boy Rex L LSarah LSarah LSarah
Sarah Ann Patch Gllllford and Jennie JennieDirect JennieDlreet JennieDirect
Direct also started
207 class trotting three heats purse
1200 Wilkes Heart won in straight straightheats straightheats straightheats
heats Time 20714 207 2084 2OS 207 Pader Paderewskl Paderewskl Paderewski ¬
ewskl Sterling McKinney IcIlnne and Locust LeeustJack LocustJack LocustJaek
Jack also started
207 class pacing three heats purse purse1O
1200 Baron Whips won in straight straightheats straightheats straightheats
heats Time 20744 207 206 20614 207 2O 20714 Gov Governor Governor Governor ¬
ernor Series Willie Benton Rollins Ger Geralillne Geraidlne Gerahline
alillne Arthur J and Milton S Jr also alsostarted alsostarted alsostarted
started startedFreeforall startedFreetorall startedFreeforall
Freeforall class pacing three heats heatspurse heatspurse heatspurse
purse 1200 The Eel won In straight straightheats straightheats straightheats
heats Time 20611 206 204 80414 04 205 2 20544 Hedge
Boy and Citation also started startedBELMONT startedBELMONT startedBELMONT
BELMONT RESULTS RESULTSBelmont RESULTSBelmont RESULTSBelmont
Belmont Park N Y Sept 30 3OGreen Green
won the filly end of the Matron
six furlongs straight 8tral ht here today toda
race was worth 3700 to the winner winnerJockey winnerJockcy winnerJockey
Jockey Shilling had his first mount of
year ear on a metropolitan track today toda
signalized his appearance appe rance by win ¬
with Sir Ashton AshtonFirst AshtonFirst AshtonFirst
First race five and onehalf furlongs
Ashton 4 to 5 won Hampton Court
to 2 second Sou 5 to 1 third Time
03 S5 S5Second 35Second 5 5Second
Second race one mile and an eighth
squire 7 to 1 won Sir Cleggs 5
1 second Pins and Needles 6 to 1
Tlmelil Time1b125Third Time 161 25 25Third 25Third
Third race one mile and a half ha1fJug Jug ¬
9 to 10 won Bonnie Kelso 9 to 10
Time Tlme233 233 15 Only Onl two start ¬
Fourth race six furlongs furlongsGreenale Greenvale 6
1 won Fair Louise Loul 13 to 5 a second
Maid 10 to 1 third Time TlmeIli TlmeIliFifth Time116Fifth 115 115Fifth
Fifth race one mile mlleQuantleo Quantlco 7 to 2
Racquet 5 to 2 second Rockstone
to 1 third Time Tlmel33 Tlmel33Slxth Time133Sixth 139 139Sixth
Sixth race six and a half furlongs
Atkln 2 to 7 won Prince Imperial
to 1 second Dr Barkley 60 to 1
Time Tlmel19 119 35
JUDGE ISGOOD TO FARMER FARMERSt
St Louis PostDispatch PostDispatchJudge
Judge David P Dyer was holding
not long ago in Cape Girardeau
he was called upon to sentence a
from a small town who had
a few dollars from his office officehen
hen the prisoner was wasnrraigned arraigned the
demanded demandedWell
Well what have you got to say S6 about
case caseThe caseThe caseThe
The prisoner said the postmastership
only a few dollars a year not suf ¬
to meet the expenses 8f tf his fam ¬
His wife and child needed food
he took a little money from the
thinking he would return it
he harvested his crops cropsThe cropsThe cropsThe
The appeal touched the heart of Judge
and he let the postmaster off with
months in jail The prisoner was
grateful and the judge dis ¬
the case < from his mind mindA
A few minutes later as the judge was
the court room he felt a tug at
sleeve It was the postmasterpris ¬
of a few moments before beforeWhat beforeWhat beforeWhat
What is it now asked the judge JudgeIt
It your honor please the prisoner prisonerreplied prisonerreplied prisonerreplied
replied could you postpone my sen sentence sentence sentence ¬
tence a little while If I can begin beginserving bPginserving beginserving
serving it next fall that will give me metime meUme metime
time to get in my crops and my family familywill famllywill familywill
will have enough to live on while I am amin amIn amin
in Jail JailThats jailThats jailThats
Thats a little unusual replied the theJudge thejudge thejudge
Judge But I dont care Go on home homonow homenow homenow >
now and come back next November and andIll
111 send you to Jail
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE LEAGUEVancouver LEAGUEVaneouver LEAGUEVancouver
Vancouver Sept 36Score Score R H E
Aberdeen 4 9 1
Vancouver VancouverBatterleePernoil 1 5 4
Batteries BatterIesPerRoU Pernoil and OBrien Paddock Paddockand
and J Flanagan FlanaganSeattle FlanaganSeattle n nSeattle
Seattle Sept 3 JISeore Score R H E
Seattle I 15 3
Tacoma J 6 1
Batteries BatteriesHall Hall and HaUlage Hopkins Hopkinsand IIopklnand
and SteenSpokane StevensSpokane Stevens StevensSpokane
Spokane Sept 36Scare 38 Score ScoreSpokane R H Hf E ESpokan KSpokane
Spokane f 12 12Portland 1 1i 1PW 1ortiand
i Portland PW BatteriesJensen Batteries I Jensen R and d Oatdteck bih k 5 do doand dough doughand 9 ugh Ug Ugand 1
and Armbnieter
COAST LEAGUE LEAGUEPortland
Portland Ore S Sept pt 36Christian Christian had
bad luck In the first Inning today tod which whichcombined whichcombined whichcombined
combined with a bad throw gave Port ¬
land three runs After that It was a apitchers apitchers apitchers
pitchers battle Score R H E
Oakland 2 9 2
Portland 4 8 J
Batteries BaJterlesChristlan Christian and and Thomas Gum Gumand GUnand Guynand
and Fisher
SIGNAL IL CORPS FIRST FIRSTN
N 6 U 1J1 IE TEAM IN FIELD FIELDThe
The Signal Corps Athletic association associationhas
has been organized by members of tile tliasignal tilesignal thesignal
signal corps of the national guard and andwill andwill andwill
will begin gln at once whipping teams in mshape inshape inshape
shape to carry off national guard ana anaother an another andother
other athletic trophies this fall and winter win winter winter ¬
ter The organization now holds the tlinbaseball tll tllbaseball thebaseball
baseball championship cup won at the therecent therecent therecent
recent encampment and will go aft aftever after afterevery r revery
every ever other cup offered in the guard guardcompetitions guardcompetitions guardcompetitions
competitions competitionsIndoor competitionsIndoor competitionsIndoor
Indoor baseball and basketball teams teamswill teamswill teamswill
will be organised at once by the signal signalcorps signalcorps signalcorps
corps and will get Into leagues in Salt SaltLake BaitLake x
Lake as well as in the guard Captain
Freeman H Bassett has been placed n ncharge ncharge ncharge
charge of athletics of the guard and wJU wJUsoon wll wll800n wllsoon
soon start league races for indoor bar barbell baebaIl baseball ¬
bell and basketball with cups for the thevictors thevictors thevictors
victors In the series The guard armory armoryon
on Pierpont street will 111 be lined for both bothgames bothgames bothgames
games to give the local I companies an anopportunity anopportunity anopportunity
opportunity to start practicing practicingLOUISVILLE practicingLOUISVILLE practicingLOUISVILLE
LOUISVILLE RESULTS RESULTSLouisville RESULTSLo RESULTSLouisville
Louisville Lo ls111e Ky K Sept 39 30Tbere There was little lit little little ¬
tle to be enthusiastic over at the thaChurchill theChurchill theChurchill
Churchill Downs track this afternoon afternoonThe
The card was replete with large fields in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which horses h < irse5 ot very cheap class were wereengaged wereEngaged wereengaged
engaged engagedFirst EngagedFirst engagedFirst
First race six furlongsPa1li furlon furlongs sPael Paul Rulnart Rulnartstraight Rulnartetralght Ruinartstraight
straight 410 won Stoneman Stoneman plat eS25 e
5685 second Banrldge show sho lo Ili Ilithird lasuthird VJ VJthird
third Time Tlmel13 Time11315Second 113 15 15Second IiSecond
Second race five and a half furlongs furlongsDon furlongsDon furlongsDon
Don Antonio straight J1 1180 SO won Rarvenus Rar Rartenus Rarenus
venus place 899 second My Henry Henryahoww Henithoww Henry Henryhow >
thoww how 735 73 third Time TimeI TimeIThird Time100Third 1W 1WThird
Third race one mile and seventy levent yardsSkyo yards yardsSkyo yardSkyo
Skyo straight 4155 tl won Pimpan Pimpanplace ptmpalltpi Pimpaneplce < >
place pi ce 210 second Splendlda show shotsl
l 1410 third TImelK Time M 25 25Fourth 25Fourth 5 5Fourth
Fourth race six furlongs furlongsYouthful furlongsYouthfulstraight Youthful Youthfulstraight
straight JI450 UO won E M I dace Place pla
405 second Voting show 1195 third ttnruTime thirdTlmelH i iTimeI14
TlmelH Time 114 15 15Fifth 15Fifth 15Fifth
Fifth race one mite Ie and fifty CUt yard yardGrenade yardsGrenade ardu arduGrenade
Grenade straight J4W 46D won Ludhlara Ludhlaraplace Ludhlansplace Ludhianaplace
place 1035 second Kara Avis show
740 + 0 third Time TimelM 1W 34 34Sixth WSixth 3 b bSixth
Sixth race six furlong fUrlongLa La Toupe Toupestraight Toupfstraight Toupestraight >
straight 229 1 won Calash CaJa b place 55 55second < < 5 5second 5second
second Outpost show sho 516J third Time
115
TODAY AT BUENA VISTA VISTAFirst VISTAFlrt VISTAFirst
I
First race threeyearoWe and upward upwaMfive upwardnve upwarrIfive
five furlong furl0 furlongs6ffii 5 5iZSi
5257 MoiHe Montrose A L + i
aWO Elimfete 11 114J71 1 14rl t
4J71 Galvanic Galv 111
214 Lady Adelaide 114 1145i8
5178 Judge Shortall l
5186 Magnlftekt in inS 1 1M
S M Prolific 111 HI523S
523S Ravaria 114
5249 Halton 11J 1 11 U UBurning
5249 Burning Bush 114 1Hi13
5273 Gene Wood 114 1145Z41
5241 Arthur Hyman 114 IiiIi 1145J
5258 Ii L La Chata 111 IllSecond 111Second 111Second
Second race rs selling twByeara fourand four fourand fourand
and onehalf furlong furlong527i furl mgs
527i = i 4 Glare U UE245 l <
E245 Faurusa 10 103SS7 10m
3SS7 La Dextra 11 lUSW
5237 Good Money 103 1 J
119 Kel 100 100iM
5205 Rezon ezon II II2S1 1C
5231 iGatroke atroke 111 111ij21t < >
5214 Dora Payne 10 103M7 1fJSIr
SIr El Perfeeto V VBSM 4JO 4JO5Il >
BSM Fred Stone I IThird 1113 1113Third J JThird
Third race sdltog threa tbree7et1reW ar W8 and andupward anduprd andupward
upward six 1x furlongs furlongsSSS
SSS s 8 Wattere J Jilt Jilt2i1
5251 Force + lf Il Ilm3 112
52T3 Chief Dewnon nd IIt IIt52tO s
52tO 52 Furnace 167 167ens 1 HI HIms 7
8878 Orinarob 1 109 1095DS 10953s
53s 513 Little Buttercup Buttercupi 109 1095W8 1095ee8
5W8 i 8 Sir SIrJ8hn John lfl lfl52l HZ6i 167
52l Jane Swift 114 1I 1Ii29
5229 Time Hurst Hurst5SS 11 11S 117
5SS S Belle Brady + 112 112Fourth 11 11Fourth 112Fourth
Fourth race selling threeye thrce7rfidtI three r earWide r M and andupward andupward andupward
upward six furlongs furlongssrf
527 Yuba jf jfS27S 16 165i b
S27S 5i Charlie Doherty 114 lij 11 1156t
5J64 Madeline Musfirave I rave + Ill II IIi
5252 i Priceless Price1 Jewel + 11 11l >
5351 l La Reine Hindoo + + m mFlftn 111Fifth litFifth
Fifth rice selling threeyearoWs and andupward andupward andupward
upward one and onesixteenth one txteenth miles milesR77 tnaes5Tr7 Il Il5ii
R77 Financier H7 11J 11Jat
at it1I Buckthorn 10 105Zii > < >
5877 517 Kopek 1 114 n 1 1SUr I
911 Spring Ban 1rJ 1r r riZt8
5248 Charley Paine PaineSixth t 11 11Sixth 114 114Sixth
Sixth race threeyear threeyearolda and a d upward upwardoiw
one mile mile65f
52 i 65f 1 Wander Vanderi290 111 103 <
5 5290 91 Yankee Tourist 106 106527S
527S 52 Aucassin Jy 109 1095i
587 HiColCap Ifl Ifl21O 1I4 1I4521n
520 Coblesklll 109 1095t7
5t7 St Kil4a Kl1 a 109 109bLCi
527 6 Rather Royal 109 109sB2fi 109mr
sB2fi Invader 109 lo loi1 >
517 i1 r Irish Mike Mike JS 1 113 =
5277 Rubric Rubrici2110 10 1052BO
52BO Gretchen U WJ l l1frllngo
3863 Merllngo Vi 107 107NotlForm 107NoteForm > 07 07Note
Note NotlForm Form charts for sale at Wilson Wilsonand WilBOnand Wilsonand
and Cullen hotels Log Cabin and a d Hem Hemingway HemIngway Hemingway ¬
ingway Moser I cigar r stands
STILL IN THE MONEY MONEYParis MONEYParis P PParis
Paris Sept 30 3OW W K VanderblH Vanderbiltat VanderbiltatRlp01in VanderbiltsRipolin 3 3Rlpolin
Rlpolin ran second in the Prix Chamblay Chamblayat
at Malsons Lafitte today

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