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Judge Beatty Is Here.
United States District Judge James H. Beatty of Boise,. Idaho, has arrived and will preside during vacation over the Dis trict and Circuit, courts. United States District Judge de Haven Is absent in-Ta coma and United States Circuit • Judge Morrow is overcrowded with work in the Court of Appeals. The damaere suit of Mrs. Edith O. Smith, mother and guardian of Dorothy Smith, for injuries sustained by her daughter in the railroad wreck near To males on June 21 was dismissed yester day. In the stipulation for dismissal It was stated that Mrs. Smith had consented to the dismissal on the. payment to her by the North Shore Railroad Company, the defendant in the suit, of $10,000. Victim of Wreck Gets Damages. Sixth race, six and a half furlongs— Sad 8am won. The Pride second, Glendenning third Time. l:21tf. Fifth race, five and a half furlongs Mac Flecnoe won, Eldred second, John Boggs third Time. 1:0914. First race, six furlongs — Poorlands won Cas dale'second. Botany third. Time l:l#i>4 Second race, four furlongs — St. Helen won Dons second, Stella Rey third. Time -49 Third race, five furlongs— Bills Glen won Tourist II wcond, Hirtle third. Time 1 -0" ' Fourth race, mile and 100 yards— Caronal won. Walter II second. Sol Llchtensteln third' Time. 1 :47«i- SEATTLE. Wash.. July 10—The Meadows Eum.nary: Racing Results at Seattle. The meeting here closes on Saturday next.. The King County fair opens on August 8 and many of the stables now here will stay over for a little of the mixed game. F. E. MULHOLUND Higglns, the Irrepressible, curly-headed steeplechase rider, Foster Jones and two or three other owners Kot in here from the Denver meeting^yestcrday. Higglns, in referring to the Colorado meet, said, "Any time we 'shooed' one in we picked the best horse," and this in his mind con stituted honest sport. Hllderbrand, who continues to ride in excellent form, had a fall while riding Troy in a race on the Fourth of July, but -as the track was mud the little fellow es caped Injury. As Hilderbrand has a very energetic manager in Vic Gilbert, it is the general consensus of opinion that in many races the youngster is the "medi cine man." The. mounts of Hilderbrand are always heavily supported and in many of the events in which they are re turned first some of the other riders ap pear afflicted with a feeling of ennui that is really alarming. There is one thing the Seattle sport does like and that is "an ace In the hole." To this fact can be as cribed the popularity of Hilderbrand. On an equal break the local gambler will not bet he is alive, unless he first consults a physician. As "shoo-ins" were becoming tediously frequent the judges one day last week posted a bulletin in the ring to the effect that R. Sullivan was ruled off the turf, and Jockeys Tullett and Ashley were sus pended for the balance of the meeting. Sullivan was brought here by Ed Kripp of Sacramento and the latter threatens unless his rider is restored to good stand ing to take the matter into the courts. Kripp claims to be $?000 loser on the meet- Ing and would undoubtedly have found it more profitable had he journeyed to Chicago and backed his horse Beau Or monde. Hill Alexander, well known to San Francisco race goers, who was injured in a trolley car accident some weeks ago while returning from the races, died at a hospital in this city Saturday last. Hen ry Rich, another Friscoite, who received injuries at the same time, is able to be about. The railroad company has of fered Rich $1200 as a balm for his hurts, but he is holding out for $1SOO. people attended the racing at «The lleadows, which speaks very w^ell for the sport loving qualities of the natives here. Eight running events were decided, the books handling altogether about $50,000, of which sum $12,000 represented the win ningra of the syndicate. Horatlus, the fa vorite, carrying 109 . and ridden by Ira Powell, took the principal fixture of the card, the Celebration handicap, at one and a quarter miles, beating Fossil, with Hllderbrand up, a short nose. The Sat urday previous Fossil finished two lengths before Horatius for the Club Members* handicap over one and an eighth miles, owing to a bungling ride given the last named colt by Alarie, Powell being on the hospital list with a lame hand. Probably the best break the book had on the Fourth was when Mocorito finished ahead of Glendenning. Sad Sam and E. M. Brat tain (in Owners' handicap at 5 to S). Mo corito at 4 was practically friendless, the crowd unloading on Sad Sara and Glen denning. The latter two sprinters went out in front at a terrltlc clip and when both began tiring about 100 yards from home Holbrook, until this occasion a maiden rider, slipped through on the rail with Mocorito, beating Glendenning a length. With the exception of the continuation of the warfare begun at Oakland last winter between D. Cameron and T. Well man, there has been little or no boosting indulged in by. owners of selling' platers. On June 25 Sheilmount won a five-eighths mile scramble and when Wellman bid the gelding up from $300 to $S00 Cameron did not protect his entry. Wellman took the chestnut over to Vancouver a few days later and as his new purchase picked up about $S00 in purses he feels' that he did not grab the burnt end of the stick. Cam eron retaliated by taking The Pride for $S00 on July 3, after the old Ryan sprinter had taken a six-furlong event in a gallop. The win of the Dominion day. handicap over one and a quarter miles at Vancou ver by C. W. Chappell's Caronal with 105 pounds up, was a great shock to the Ca nadian contingent. The latter love to un limber on a short priced one as a hungry dog likes a bone, and as"Pat Morrissey, whose owner is well known over the line, was backed to 1 to 3, it is not difficult to imagine" the disappointment at the hot favorite"s downfall. Pat, ridden by Lin ton, twisted one of his plates and Caronal proved an easy winner. Indeed, Vassallo finished a neck before the tirst choice for .place, 'tis claimed, but the judges got the colors mixed and Morris sey was awarded that position. * • A story is going the rounds here that Carson, who is "on the ground" for get ting left at the post with Redwald. is sail ing under false colors.'. It is said Cax eon's real name is Farnum and that af ter running away from "Snapper" Gar rison in New York the boy rode on some of the Eastern outlaw tracks, where he was eventually ruled off. The story lacks corroboration, however. SEATTL.E, July 8.— It rained cats and dogs here on the Fourth, despite which unpleasant feature nearly 7000 Unusual Interest Is Being Manifested in Races in Cities of the Northwest ¦ (Pacific National League.) Butt* 4S2« .«49c an Fran.... S3 37 frf/i Los Anffele*.45 31 .W»2Tacoma 31 43 413 Hnokane 42 32 .r^ Helena 27 4* :»o Seattle *° 3* -Ml, Salt Lake 3 7 '.300 FEATTLE. July 10. — George Babbitt pitched to-<Jay for the first time in more than two year* and It took twelve. innings of the hard est kind of playing for San Francisco to beat him. Th* winning run wa» scored by Weaver. Krw;iran nearly broke his leg trying to catch a foul fly against the bleachers and dropped the tall. Score: . ¦ . . ' n. il e. t>attl* 20000 1100 00 0 — I 11 2 EBB Fran..O 00021 10000 1—5 12 0 Batteries — Babbitt and Stanley; Pfeister and 2»artoi:f. Umpire — Huston. TACOMA, July 10. — To-day's game was the iris* contest of the season, with all kinds of ?¦xcltemeat on tap. In the fourth Kloff was put out cf th«« game by Umpire Mahaffcy and cwortM from the field by a pollreman. In the ninth St. Vrain forc-d Jn a run with the bares lull and : ;.• (..jr.*- made a game effort to tie the scow, tut could not' reach. Attendance, «X». Score: -¦¦•f- n. h. e. £i»kaae O O 0 O 2 0 0 O 3— 5 11 2" laccma 1 O O 4 O 0 2 0 x— 7 12 1 natfries— Carney snd Zaluekey; St. Vrain and Bycr«. Umpire— Mahatfey. BUTTE. Mont.. July 10.— Heavy hitting told .1 ?? wlM>n ln tn * Blxtb an: «eventh InniiiM , C ln , r " " Rt tl "' 'I'here whirling to all parts of the lot. Lkbhardt was Ln eked out of the nox la the seventh and was replaced by Strlck lctt- Attendance, 1000. Bcore: BUU*.^ «« = O0 2 3O 3 c_ I 7- It E 4 I»s Angeles 10 0 0 0 4 0 10—0 10 3 B*«*rie«— Hearh and Swindells: Llebhardt, Etncklett enrl Hardy. Umpire— Warner. «r,n£ LT . L / KK - t:tah - Jul y 10— For thre* innings to-day Kalt Lake put up a first-class ££L« t a!l and ***"«> Wl«« In a rharoeful ££ T£. Vy rin * « h «* ihre* innings the locale f™«r£ ... * and * ix run*. In the fourth inning the t*»nator« woke up and Halt Lake VSZL *£° l Ti. " raln ' Lundbaum being given a 1000 ecore^ visitor*. Attendance. j?*. 1 *" 11 I « 0 3 0 O 4 3 O—l I 1"' E s 6alt Lake 32100 0 0 00— « 1J -3 lotteries— Wl eet and CarlBch; LundbauJa and STANDING OF THE CLUBS VICTOBY COMES IN TWELFTH. .^TATTLE, July 1O — With three men on Y-ti^r-f. two nut and S^attl* one run b»hln*l. "Wiison batted for Hanlnn In th» Hphth Inning: and hit the ball past first for two bases, s»-or irit thr»<" run* and winning th« game. Both Oarrlck and Graham pitched well. Ecore: R. ir. E. f>*ttl- 00010004 z— » 6 1 Oakland 0 10100010—3 4 4 Batteries— Carrirk and Boettlger; Graham snfl Lohman. PORTLAND. July 10. — Portland prw>ented th«* Angels with a n«5t of goor-r-egga to-day. in epite of th»> fact that Corb»tt. L"s Anpeles* pria>, was in the box. lie created preat ex < itoment and received ernne pointed advice from Dillon and the bleachers In the fifth and rijrhth inninr*. during uhich he hit two men and donated a tntal of seven safe hits, one of ivhlch wa* a two-bagjjfr by Anderson. Butler ¦wa« hit hard, but he kept the h:ti w«Il «cat tored. Gcore: r. H E Tortland 0 0 0 O 2 0 0 3 x— 8 15 3 Los Angeles 0 0000000 0 — 0 10 1 . Batteries— Butler and Shea; Corbett and hpi*"*- WILSON'S TIMELY DOUBLE. pace. • Without exaggeration it was the pret tiest exhibition of the national rastime i hat has been passed out upon the local field In so many moons that one can hard iy count them. But the result was not satisfactory so far as merits were concerned. Young Cutter, who was appointed to pass up the curves for the Senators, twirled a game That would have done credit to any star in the business, and yet an unfortunate <rror lost the g^me for him, despite his Vrilliant efforts. Only two safe hits were made off the delivery of the youngster and one of them was exceedingly scratchy. He did r.ot pass a man to first on balls nor hit a batsman and never fcr a moment did he rase up In his speed. He had curves and r bewildering change of pace, and. Judg ing from the way he pitched the nine Innings, he could have gone as many more without the slightest effort. Hodson. for the home team, also went pome himself, and although his work xrsg' far from being up to the standard of the jour.g college man's, still he worked well enough to shut the Senators out without a run. Then he had the support which the youngster lacked at the critical mo ment, as not one of his backers com tritted the slightest semblance of an error during the game. Meany opened the ninth inning for the locals and new to center. Then Captain Charley Irwin advasced to the plate and after a deal of experimenting with fouls, drove out a long single to center. Krug's out advanced him to second. Then Pabst shot one down to Townsend and the lat ter allowed the ball to go right through him and out into right field. Irwin tore around the bags and landed safely at the plate ere the ball could be thrown to the waiting hands of Graham, and the game was over for keeps. Just an hour and seventeen minutes were required to finish the contest and this record makes it one of the fastest played at Recreation Park this season. It was punctuated throughout with bright and sparkling bits of fielding by both side*. The score: 9 Fan Francisco — i Sacramento — AB. R. H. P.A. AB. R. H. P.A. Phay. «=. 4 « o 3 StHldbrd.K 4 0 2 4 0 Mrany.rf 4 O O 1 O Doyle, cf 4 O O 2 0 Inrin. ob 4 1 1 0 2 McLgn.rf 3 0 0 2 0 T>>shy c 4 A O 4 l'Twn?4.1b 4 O O 11 1 Tab?;, lb 4 O 0 14 1 Kpan. fs. 3 0 2 1 2 Lynch. If 3 0 O 1 0,«'a*ey. £b 2 0 O 4 5 Krup. rf. 3 0 1 3 O Phe'hn.Sb .10 0 0 2 Iw!m?.2b 3 0 0 1 6 Grahm, c 2 0 0 10 llodton. p 3 OOO liCutter. p 3 O 0 1 3 TOtMjmJa 1 2 27 11 Totai».2S 0 4*26 13 •Two out when winning run wa« scored. BCSB AND HITS BY INNINGS. •'••••• 0 O 0 O O 0 O 0 — 0 B*M hits 1OO1O11OO— 4 t?an FranrlFco... OOOOOOOO 1 — 1 Bate hits O O O O 1 0 O O 1 — 2 SUMMARY. Ftcl'n hat-**— Irwin. Hildebrand. Errors — Tcwnsrid <2t. Catey. Eftar.. Tw<vbai«e hit — UUdebrtnd. Sacrlflre hit— Casey. First ba*e en rrrore — Fan Francisco 3. First bane on called ball* — Off Hodson. 2. Left en hares — San Francinco 5, Sacramento 4. Ptruck out Hy Hodson. 3: by Cutter. 1. Double play— Pabst to £h«y. Time nf earn" — One hour and 17 minutes. Umpire — O'Connell. STANDING OF THD CLUBS. (Pacif.c Coast League.) W. L. Pet.; W. L. Pet. Los A-.cle!".*" SI .64S Oakland 41 67 .418 facra-r-er.to •'• 3 s7 -BSa, Seattle S3 62 .3SS Saa i^r&zi M 40 .6^, Portland SO 52 .36<J EVERT 'an within the Eighth-Etreet ir.clcvsure yesterday afternoon had P€tilo<5 himself or herself down com fortably to wait and enjoy a' few extra innings of the real swell article of per.uire baseball, when suddenly, with two to the £hed In th© ninth, big Cy Tovxsend committed an unlooked for blunder. Then it was curtains with M. Fisher and the Senators, for Cap Irwin had planted his No. 11 on the rubber, the f.rst man to do the trick during the Young Cutter Twirls a Per fect Game, Allowing but a Pair of Lonely Hits Caronal's Victory in Domin ion Day Handicap at Vic toria Shocks Canadians Then Charlie Irwin Scores Only Run of the Day on Townsend's Fatal Fumble SYNDICATE WINS TWELVE THOUSAND AT SEATTLE MEET SENATORS STAVE OFF DEFEAT TILL THE NINTH ROUND DETROIT. Mich. July 10.— The American Whist League to-day elected Thomas A. ivhaian. Baltimore, president. .- • ¦ OMAHA. Nebr.. -July 10.— After a spirited contest P. V. Collins, editor of tha North wextern Agriculturist. Minneapolis, was to-day elected president of the National Editorial As sociation. . . .._._. . Eliza Nealon, who in July, 1901; was* treated for an Injury to her left hand by Dr. Martin Krotoszyner, filed a suit for $15,500 damages against the physician yesterday. She alleges that through his careless treatment gangrene set In and so affected the hand that she lost her second and third fingers and nearly all the bones in the hand. Says Physician Was Careless. Early next month the Automobile Club of California will hold a_ run to Del Monte, where a tournament will be held, which Is expected to pf ove one of the pleasantest outings .ever undertaken by the club. B. D. Merchant^of -San Jose and'N. T.Messer'Jr. 1 of room 151," Crocker building, San . Francisco, .; have been ap pointed a ;. committee -to make arrange ments' for the run.: About twenty well known automoblllsts have ' already prom ised to , take part and It Is ; certain : that many more names will be handed In later. : Automobiles will- leave San^ Francisco Endurance Contests, Fancy Driving and Speed Trials Will Be Held. MOTORISTS PLAN TOURNAMENT. OAKLAND, July 10.— The last game of the series of three that was arranged be tween the Elks' baseball nine and the Eagles' baseball nine will be played at the Oakland baseball grounds at Golden Gate on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Each team has won one game, and. the one Sunday afternoon promises to be a stubbornly contested one. Tho line-up will be: *; .;y>>, Kagles. :¦ .'V Positions. Elks/ Callahan Catcher .Hammond G. Kelge Pitcher Blethen AI Poulter First haw Partoer R. Feige Second base. Dunlap C. Poulter Third base Ward Bird Shortstop i> an Lefevre Left field Platt Borland Center field..... cone Miles Right field McKee Hlckox .Kxtra Davis Waterburjr. ..Kxtra ..; Last Baseball Game of the Series Between These Two Organ izations. NINE LITTLE ELKS VERSUS NINE LITTLE EAGLES The golf events of the sporting carnival to be given at Santa Barbara next week will take place on Thursday,' Friday and Saturday. July 16, 17 and IS. The qualify ing round, over eighteen holes, medal play, for the contest for the principal prize will begin at 9 a. m. on Thursday July 16.. The sixteen players who make the lowest scores will qualify. At 2 p. m. the opening round at match play wlli b^gin. At 9 a. m. on- Friday, July 17, the peeond round, and at/2 p. m. the semi final round will be played. The morning and afternoon of Saturday, July lg, will be occupied with the final round, which will be over thlrty-slx~ holes. ' A consolation handicap contest, over eighteen holes, medal play, will be open to. all competitors In the tournament"ex cept the winner and the runner-up. It is expected that C. E. Maud, C. E. Orr and many of the best players" In Southern California will compete. The Western amateur golf champion ship will be played for on the course of th« Euclid Club at Cleveland In the first week of August. The programme of the meet has been so arranged ns to give the competitors an to play throughout thfl-week. Third race, one and an eighth miles. Islfp handicap— Africander 117. Ootn Paul 10K, Golden Maxim 10fi. Roehampton 114, Bessie Spahr 100. Linguist 10o. Hlmsr-ir i>5, Lendln 95, Sheriff Bell 95, Sadie 9 93. Elliott 98. Fourth race, six furlongs.. Brighton Junior — Tim Payne 112, White Plume 115. Gallant 122, Baseful 112. Ormondes Right 107. Yellow Ham mer 107, Pentaur 107, Moharlb 107, Dimple 104. James V 112. Fifth race, six furlongs, high weight handi cap — Dublin 140. Hurstbourne 124, Young Hen ry 122, Astartta 116, The Rhymer lit. Sir Voorhies 112. Ingold 110. St. Daniel 110. If Ton Dare llf>. Invasion 107. Black Hussar 10«, Colonel Padden 111. The Carmelite 105, Slldell 103. Locket 103. Interval 103. Navasota 97. An dalusjan 9rt. John Barleycorn 94. - Sixth race, six furlongs, selling, two-year olds—Sandhurst 107, Prince of Elm 9J». Tit honlc 10«, The Lady Rohesta 101. Trouvllle 105. Hopeful Miss 100. Excentral 107. Mohave. 101, El DonoFO 10.1. Dinah Shad 00. Long Dis tance 112. Thistle Heather 104, Tendercrest 104. Luminosity 00. Miss McKenna 101. \\>ather c!ear. Track fast. BRIGHTOX BEACH SELECTIONS. (By the NeW York Telegraph.) First liner — Jnvennl Maxim, Bluish. Great Crownlnsr. Second -Race — Gam Honey, Mar Hnrrlnnn. Judsre- Phillip". Third Race— Golden 3Iaxlm, Afri cander. Uoehampton. Kourtli Race Gnllant, Baaefnl, Yellow Hammer. Fifth Race— KlrUrhmiin entry (ttt; Daniel and Hnratbourne), Dub lin. Colonel Pndden. Sixth Race — Mohave, Thlntlc Heather. Ten de re rent. by the 3 p. m. Oakland Creek ferryboat on Thursday, August 6, and will proceed one by one to San Jose that evening. The night will be spent at San Jose and In good time on Friday, August 7, a start will be made for Del Monte. . At San Juan the automobillats will-rendezvous and will decide whether to go over or around. the San Juan Hill.*] Though the San Juan Hill involves no special difficul ty, if that route Is followed, some one will be sent ahead of the main body of auto mobillsta^to warn the drivers of horse drawn vehicles of the approach of the self-propelled carriages. The route rounds the San Juan Hill goes. by way. of Wat sonvllle and Is eighteen miles longer. Whichever route Is chosen the run is a pleasant one and it will be easy to reach Del Monte' In good time for dinner. Automobile owners who may not wish to drive their. machines down to Monterey can send them by railroad. A special rate of $30 per freight car for the round trip has been secured. A freight car,' will carry three large autpmoblles or aUarger number of small ones. On Saturday, August 8, the automobll- Ists will have an opportunity of witness- Ing the final match of the polo tourna ment: The remaining three days of their stay will be taken. ud with trips > to the pretty. spots in the neighborhood of Del Monte, runs over the famous seventeen mile,drive and competitions of speed, en durance, fancy. driving or any other sort that may be desired. It is hoped that the automobile tournament of this year will be the first of a series of annual events. Automobile owners who" are not/ mem bers of the' club may attend the meet on invitation and will be welcomed by those having, the tournament in charge. The automobile clubs of Oakland and San Jose will be represented by several mem bers. | ( BRIGHTON BEACH ENTRIES. NEW YORK, July 10.— The following art the entries for to-morrow's races at Brighton Beach: First race, five- and a half furlongs, maiden two-yesr-olds^ — Juvenal Maxim 111!. Lon?r Shot 112, Klngnboro 112. Gen d'Arme 112, Bouvier 109, Blueiah 112. Donnelly 112. Sals 112. Ned Moore 112, Billings 112. Great Crossing 10». Bassetlaw 112, Golden Mallow 10j», The Buck 112. Escobar 100, Turquoise Blue 109, Har bor 112. Second race. Leopardstown steeplechase, short course — Gum Honey 1.12, Memorlst 132, May Harrison 130. Judge Phillips 153, tiascar 14«. John Ruskln 14»i i Oh the: Happy; Valley links ttys rafter noon there" will be a. qualifying ;rbund 'over eighteen holes f for the Midsummer trophy of the. -San Rafael "Golf - Club; which Is to be competed for annually during July and August. R. Oilman Brown, captain of the San '-Rafael; Golf Club, Is absent from the city, but Is ex-^ pected to return early next- week. * '..'¦ :: To-morrow the final round oVer thirty, six holes for a cup offered by the outgo ing directors of the Menlo Golf and Coun try Club will take place. The event is a handicap, the qualifying round for which was played over eighteen holes on Inde pendence day, there being about fourteen competitors. The eight who qualified to take part in the match play rounds and their scores were as follows: COMPETITORS. |Gro?s.|Hancllcap.| Net. A. P. R«dding -.94 li) 84 E 1* Eyre W) 14 M R Sprague 97 8 &> R. A. Macondray. ..... 91 o 9t J. A. Folger ....'. 92 0 0° Perry Kyre 91 0 9.1 P. \V. Bolby 102 .8 94 F. II. Moss ...;...... 103 9 94 - In the first round, over eighteen holes, match play, A. P. Redding won from'J. A. Folger by default, Percy Selby beat Richard Sprague, E. L. Kyre defeated Perry Eyre and R. A. Macondray was victorious over* F. H. Moss, in the sec ond and semi-final round P. w. Selby beat A. P. Redding and R. A. Macondray defeated E. I.. Eyre. The cup must be won three times before it becomes the permanent property of the winner. A team of members of the Oxford and Cambridge Golfing Society will play In the United States next month, definite arrangements for their visit having been made at a recent meeting of the board of directors of the Western Golf Associa tion. The first match will be played on the links of the Chicago Golf Club at Wheaton against a learn chosen from the best players in- the association. L, T. Boyd of the Milwaukee Country Club will select the Western players and will be their captain. On August 15 the vis itors will play against an all-Chicago loam selected and captained by William Waller. This match will be played on the links of tho Glenview Club. Santa Barbar^ns^Proinise vRewards CONTESTS ' ON THE - LINKS: removed to Catherham Cottage Hospital, where they still j remain senseless. The latest reports from: the hospital authorP" ties characterize their condition as "very grave." ¦ ¦ . . The occupants of the other- car were only slightly hurt. ... WELL-KNOWN JOCKEY WHO WAS INJURED BY AN AU TOMOBILE. "We thought we would have some fun out of this, and away the three of us went to CallFtoga. carrying our rifles and not caring to take along shotguns. We got there about noon, and not until the next day did w« get a ehot at anything. When the game showed up, however. It was in the shape of one poor little rab bit, about 200 feet away. The three of us fired as one, and there was little left of that rabbit but the cars and tall, "The sport was too slow, so we came back home, to the great chagrin of our host and employer. I hope that things will b« different where I'm going now and that I will get something worth while to shoot at" " 'If you fellows down there In the city can do the 6hootlng they say you can, come here and kill all these darned hares that are rating up my grapes. I'll pay you a dollar a day and board.' "I want to tell you something I think is rather funny. It was about sixteen years ago that Bendel of the firm of Tillmann & Bendel, another man and I. all members of the Schuetzen Vereln, re ceived a number of letters from ranch ers and cattlemen in different parts -of the State complaining of the Iorpps caused them by bears and lions. In each case we were invited to spend our vaca tion in the neighborhood of the writer and do some shooting. We accepted the invitation of one man who dwelt near Calistoga. He went straight to the point, saying: Phllo Jacoby, "the sharpshooter, left the city yesterda, for a hunting trip. His destination is near Ukiah, Mendocino County. He will be away for two weeks! On his way to the ferry with less para phernalia than the usual huntsman car ries Jacoby said that two friends of his— brothers— own adjoining ranches in Men docino and that they were anndyed by bear and California lions, that made nightly raids on their cattle. "They want me to go up there and kill some of the 'varmint,' " he said, chuck ling. "So I'm going there with my old time 44-55 Winchester to see what I can do and have a little needed recreation. I suppose I'm traveling under false pre tenses, for I don't think I can handle the gun as I used to. This gun, too," he added, "is not like the new-fangled_ weapons now In use, but It has stood by me many times in years gone by.'when I came back with big bags of game, large and small. Veteran liarksman Will Enjoy a MucH-NeededTRest in r Mountains:^ ! JACOB Y -TO :HUNT\: BIG -GAME. Maher and the chauffeur were -both hurled from their .automobile and when picked up were unconscious. Both -were Maher had been riding at the Llngfield races aijd was returning .home, in t Lord Carnarvon's automobile, which" had been loaned him, when the' accident occurred. Maher himself was driving and the chauf feur was sitting beside him. They were going at a hot pace / when the steering gear failed to act and the car dashed into a motor occupied by a lady and a gen tleman, which was going in the opposite direction. ' '-..;'• ¦ fractured the base of his skull and sustained other injuries. A London specialist has been summoned and will attend him. LONDON, July 10.— "Danny" Maher, the American jockey, had a seri ous motor car accident "to-day. He was thrown out of an automobile, Special Dispatch to Tha Call. ST. LOUIS. July 10.— In the fourth race, a seven-furlong affair, at Del mar to-day Miss Mae Day proved to ? be the best. Sh© received an excel lent rid© from Troxler and managed to win by a nose from Maud Gonne. Threa favorites won during tha afternoon. Sum mary: sem IRST RACE ~ Four * nd * h * lf fartonga. Betting Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. % Fin, 5 to 2— Rhigwalt. 108 (Troxler).... 1 fin 4 to 1— Rhyme & R. 104 (Wallace). 7 4 2m 9 to 2— Quaker Girl, 106 (Bell) 8 2 Sn Time, :56%. Start good. Won driving. Win ner, O. G. Parke's b. c. by Gallantry- Robe na. Tom Kiley 117. Llla Noel 103. Alcom R 104. Benton 95, Thunderatlon 98, Glenesher 98 also run. SECOND RACE— Six and a half furlongs. seizing^. Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. K Fin. 9 to 2— Alfio. 95 (Bridewell)........ 4 2 , I lli 7 to 1— Macbeth. 107 (Lines) S 1 S U 9 tol— Carrie Hope. 104 (Shea) 5 3 3 8 Time. 1:23U. Start good. Won easily. Win ner. G. C. Bennett A Co.'s ch. c. by Fonsa- Fly Away. Caelana 93. Lyncb 101. Dr. Clark 10b. Little Corker 107. Clara Wood 104. John Grigsby 108. Stub 102. Red Ola 93. A Convict 9Ci also ran. THIRD RACE— Five, furlongs, purse. Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. % Fin, 9 to 2— Scalpor. 107 (Troxler) 0 gin 7 to 2— Ingolthrift. 106 (Gullet).... 5 6 2 *A 5 to 2— Tootsey Mack. 108 (Bell)... 7 4 3 S Time. 1:04. Start good. Won driving. "Win ner, E. S. Gardner's br. c. by Qutckltme-Sou brette II. Turanda lOfl. Lord Hermence MT. Foxy Grandpa 108. Wigwam 108, Hoedown 103. Anna Hardy 9*. Mengls 108, Frank Col lins 103, Alillbrook 111 also ran. FOURTH RACE— Seven furlongs, purse. Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. *i Fin. 9 to 2— Miss Mae Day. 107 (Troxler) 1 2 1 n 4 t<» 5 — Maud Gonne. 105 (H. B'ker) 3 8 2 8 6 to 1— Poseur. 96 (D. Austin) 2 1 3 10 Time. 1:2814. 'Start good. Won driving. Win ner. W. W. Elliott's br. m. by Hermencia- Aala Lalla. Golden Glitter 105, Mary Lavaaa S3 also ran. FIFTH RACE— Mile and a sixteenth, hIHik. Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. % Kin. 2 to 1— Orpheum. 9»J (Bridewell)... 2 114 5 to 1— Chas. Ramsey, 109 (Troxler) 3 2 2 10 3 to 1— Pierce J. 107 (Higglns) 7 A 8 1 Time. 1:49%. Start good. Won easily. Win ner. P. G. Xolan's b. c. by Ornament-Blancha J. II. Kittle Clyde 106, King's Pet 100, Daw son 103. Eugenia S 102 also ran. SIXTH RACE— Six and a half furlong*. Mil- Ing. Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. \ Tin. 5 to 2— Be True. 114 (Troxler).... 4 114 8 to 1— Vlrgle dOr. 104 (Hlggins). 3 R 2 h 10 to 1— Bear Creek. 102 (McKney) 2 2 3 2 Time, 1:23%. Start good. Won eastly. Win ner, J. E. Basquil & Co.'s b. b. by Slddartha- Rose Highley. D. L. Moore 97, Lada* 111, Blue Grass Girl 95 also ran. Special Dispatch to The Call. CHICAGO. July 10.— A small killing was made* on Nannie Hodge In the third race at "Washington Park to day. . Opening at 5 to 1 In the bet ting, money poured in on her, and at post time 5 to 2 was the best obtainable. She got oft flying and nas never headed. On account* of the muddy track numer ous scratches were made, ruining what otherwise looked to be a splendid card. A second descent of constables on the track officials and bookmakers planned for this afternoon was thwarted by deny ing the officers entrance to tho grounds until after the last race, when warrants were served on President Young. Secre tary Howard and half a dozen book makers. Summary: FIRST RACE— Mile, purse: Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. Bt. % Fin. 2 to 6— Bad News, 100 (B. Davis) 4 1 1 10 6 to 1— Rossmond, 98 (Adklns).. 2 2 2 3*i 40 to 1— Frank M.. 100 (Robbins). 3 3 3 2 Time, 1:45 2-5. Start good. Wen easily. Winner, Woodford & Buckner's br. g. by Fly ing Dutchman-Black Sleeves. Linden 97 also ran. SECOND RACE— Six furlongs, purse: Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. *i Fin. 2 to 5— Runnels, 110 (C. Gray).. 2 2 11 8 to 5— Slvla Talbt, 108 (L.Wilsn) 1 1 2 30 40 to 1— Red Raven. 103 (B.Davis) 3. 3 3 Time. 1:15 4-5.- Start good. Won easily. Winner. ' J. . A. Drakes br. c. by Charada- Zincara II. THIRD RACE — Five furlongs, selling: Betting. Hone. Weight. Jockey. St. »i Fin. 5 to 2— Nanie Hdge, 103 (UWlsn) 1115 6 to 1 — Dungannon, 98 (Helgsen) 0 5 2 1 11 to 1— Cognomen, 99 (Bobbins) . 2 2 3 *» Time. -1:03 3-5. Start good. " Won canter- Ing. Winner, W. W. Darden & Co.'s ch. f. by Rosslngton-"Mrs. Lane. Bery Waddell 95, Heigerson 103, Oudon 98, Banwell 99, My Ester 97 El Cortesa 96, Mlngore 108. St. Paula 107, Gayosa 90. Louis Kraft 93, -My Gem 103 also ran. . ¦ ' -~ FOURTH RACE— Mile and -fifty yards, sell ins: Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. % Fin. 11 to 5— Orslna. 1»2 (L. Wilson).. 2 111 7 to 2— Airtight, 100 (Helgesen).. 8 3 2 4 20^ to 1— Ld Teh wod". 10O "( J.Bobkr) "7434 Time, 1:47 3-5. Start good. Won easily. Winner C. Lind & Co.'s blk. f. by Orslnl- Sloe. Warte Nlcht 112. Sir Hugh 102, Esherin 112, Galba 104, Ml ranee 95 also ran. FIFTH RACE — On e and a sixteenth miles, (telling: „'¦; _, Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. *? Fin. « to 1— Jaubert. 100 (Helgesen).. 3 2 1 1*4 7 to 2— Alee. M (H. Phillips) 2 1 2 h 6 to 1— Marcos. 100 (S. Bonner). 0 7 3 n Time. 1:52 2-5. Start good. Won easily. Winner. C. Dewitt & Co.'s b. c. by Axra-MIs hap. Prince Blazes 99. Little Elkin 94. Banana Cream £2, Latson 93, Alma Girt 95, Domadge 98 also ran. . SIXTH RACE— One and a sixteenth miles, selllns: Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. «* Fin. 9 to 5— Antonlus." 103 (J.Booker). 12 1 2Vi B'to 1— Evelyn Bird. 92 (Robblna) 4 3 2 1H 4 to 1— Pirate. RS (L. Wilson)... B 5 3 n Time. 1:51 3-5. Start good. Won easily. Winner, Haverly Bros.' ch. h. by Huntoon- Bessle Ivy. Louisville 9$. Miracle II 9S. Charlie Thompson 94 also ran. DELMAR ENTRIES. ST. LOUIS, July Jo.— The following are tha entries for to-morrow's races at Delmar: First ra<*s. six furlongs, selling— Aylmer Bruce 85. Axares 102. Lacache 85, Impetuous 01. Dolly IUyman 93, Presbyterian 109. Grantor 11)6, Pearl Diver 83, Cotton Plant 103, Snow Drift 102. Lou Beach 96. Ben Lear 96. Algaretta 105. Second race, five and a half furlongs, purse — Tom Kiley 1O4. Kilo 10*. Mag Nolin 104, Atlas 104. Mlzzen Mast 107. Millkirlc 107. Third race, mil* and seventy yards, selling — Terra Incogntta 103. Olenetz 103. Helen Hay 9O Sinter Lillian 97. .Class Leader 94. Our Lady 1<>5. Kinloch Park 107. Lasso 107. Canyon 101, Chandoo 107. Countess Clara 104, Vlrgle d'Or 104. Fourth race, one mile. Gasconado stakes — Judge Cantrill »9. Miss Eon 93. Light Opera 101. Dottie Shute Jtt. Pourquol Pas 94. Fifth race, six furlongs, handicap— A Lark 9O. stand Pat 98. Malster 107. Mlmo 95. Two Lick 100. Kindred 110. Sixth race, mils and a sixteenth, handicap — Kenova S5. Eda Rlley 04. Edgardo 103. Jordan 110. Mynheer 93, Jack foung 100. Jim Clark 102. 1 Seventh race, mite amf three-sixteenths. sell- Ing— Eliza Dillon 91. Joife F 98. The Messen ger 104. The Way 103. Buccleuth 95. Satin Coat 100. Weather clear. Track good. DELMAR SELECTIONS. (By the New York Telegraph.) Fir»t Race— Impetnoni, Alcarettn. (•ran tor. Second Race Msg \n!ln, Misses Slant. Kilo. Third Race— Oar Lady. Laiio, C'handoo. Fourth Race— Ponrqnol Pas, Dotty Shnte. I.ieht Onera. , VTT Fifth Race — Mn Inter. Two Lick. Stand Pat. Sixth Race Eda Rlley. Jack Yonng, KiUnriln, Seventh Race— The Mesaensrer, Kliza Dillon. Joule F. * WASHINGTON PARK ENTRIES. July 10. — The following are the entries for to-morrow's races at Washington Park: First race, six furlongs, selling— Balm of Gilead 100. Stuyve 107. Foxy Kane 103. Erema 102. Muresca 100, Uranium 9S. Poor Boy 97, Egg Nogg 94. -v Second race, six furlongs — John . Peters 122. Cruzados 107. Bardolph OS. Fid Silver $>.">. Al bemarle 95. Lady Matchless 93, Gypzene 93. Third race, mile and three-sixteenths, the Young handicap — Six Shooter 116, Aladdin 110. Little Scout 101, Luclen Appleby 107, Monarka 106, Jack Ratlin 10T», Gregor K 102. Hoodwink 95. Flocarline 94. Macy 94, Gold Bell 03. Cap tain Arnold 92. (Scout and Aladdin, Bennett entry.) Fourth race, mile and a sixteenth: selKnsr — Jaubert 107, Marcos 107, Burd of Avon 106, Hot 104. Erne 104. Alma Gill 102. Latson 101, Mezzo 89. - Fifth race, mile — Bragg 110. Brulare 107. Sioux Chief 10«», Warte Nlcht 100, Sidney C. Love 100. Birch Broom 95. (Sioux Chief an't Brulare, Darden entry.) Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth, selling — Rolling Boer.) 100. Echodale 104. Barrica 104. Carat 103. Lampoon 95, Kllmorle 93, Lord Touchwood 86. Weather cloudy, track muddy. WASHINGTON PARK SELECTIONS. (By the Chicago Inter Ocean.) Firnt Race— S<ayvf, Foxy Kane, Uranium. Second Race — Crmadoa, John Peter». Dardolph. Third Rncc — Hoodwink. GreRnr K. Aladdin. Fourth Race— Meiiin, Hot. Janhert. Fifth Race RrnKC, AVarte Nlcht. Itirch Broom. Sixth Race — Rollins Boer. Lam poon. Kllmorle. JURY DEFERS EPPINGER CASE UNTIL NEXT WEEK Witnesses Appear in Response to Summons, but Jurors Are Busy With Other Matters. The Grand Jury failed to reach the Ep-> plnger case yesterday afternoon. Other •work supervened until late in the after noon and the witnesses were dismissed until next "Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. There were present yesterday In readiness to testify: A. G. Platt and J. F. Fields, the experts employed by Receiver Wadsworth to examine the books of Ep pinger & Co.; Mr. McFaull. the weigher from the warehouses at Crockett; Frank Mitchell, "who kept the books for Ep plnger & Co.; Robert Herlltz of Costigari & Co., and Vf. %V. Topping, the secretary of Eppinger & Co.. whose duty it was to make out the warehouse receipts for grain. These witnesses will all appear be fore the Grand Jury Wednesday evening." Possibly other witnesses will also be called. The probabilfty Is that the taking of testimony will be concluded at tha next meeting of the Grand Jury. SCIENTIFIC BATTING WINS THE GAME FOB NEW YORK AMERICAN LEAGUE. NEW YORK, June 10.— New York won. to day's game from St. Louis by scientific bat ting in the fourth Inning. The visitors would have been shut out but for a fumble by Da vis in the first Inning. Wolfe pitched well and showed more speed than at any ttme dur ing the season. Attendance. 1600. Score: R. H. E. New York 3 S 1 St. Louis : 1. 8 2 f Batteries— Wolfe and Bevllle; Powell and a hoe. WASHINGTON. July 10.— Washington's hits were not bunched as well as Detroit's to-day and the heavy and timely batting of. Donovan gave the visitors the game. Attendance. 11SS. Score : '. 7 ¦¦.*. \ " • B, H. E. Washington « 11 ! 3 Detroit 10 15 3 Batteries — Orth and Klttredge; Donovan, Buelow and McGulre. .; '§-'..:. . BOSTON. July 10. — Chicago took vengeance on the local team to-day, batting Hughes out of the box In the first inning. Whit*, had the locsj hitters at his mercy. Attendance. 300O. Score: Boston 4 4 3 Chicago 7 14 2 Batteries— Hughes. Gibson and Stabler White nnd Slattery. PHILADELPHIA. July 10.— Inferior work at the bat to-day was the cans* of th» locals' defeat toy Cleveland. The players wore bows of crape in memory of the late Ed DHehanty. Hoffmsn. Manager Mack's extra outn>ld»r. has Jumped to the Los Angeles team. Attendance, 8900. Score : R, H. E. Cleveland 4 ... N 7 .. 3 Philadelphia 1 5 3 Batteries — Joss and Abbott; Coakley and Powers. >, - NATIONAL LEAGUE. CHICAGO. July 10. — Chicago to-day won the last game of the series by bunching ten hits in i three Innings. After the first Menefee pitched In fine form. Attendance. 1200. Score: R. II. E. Chicago 7 15 2 Philadelphia 4 0 1 - Batteries — Menefee and Kilns; Duggleby and Zlrnnw. Umpire — O'Day. CINCINNATI. July 10. — Cincinnati took the last game- of the series from Boston to-day, making It four of the five games played. The contest was very exciting. Attendance. 1500. Score: . R. H. B. Cincinnati « 13 1 Boston • * 12 5 Batteries — Harper and Peltz: Pratt and Mo ran. Umpire — Holllday. ¦ 8T LOUIS. July 10.— The locals won a" ten inning battle-from the New Yorks to-day by a score, of 4 to 3. Attendance, 1600. Score: . R. H. E. St. Louis • 4 15 4 New York .3 6 4 Datteries— McFarland and J. O'Neill; Miller ilcGlnniO' and Bowerman. Umpire— Jdor£ai£ ; .SIXTH .RACE^-rSelllriK; three-year-olds and upward; one and an eighth miles. '. :. Betting. •• Horse, Weight. Jockeyi ;St, *i Fin. 11-to 5— Tribes Hill. 106 (Fuller):. 5 , 5 1 2 7 to 1— Rostand. 100 (Haack).... 6 2 2 h 8 to I— Syrlln. 101 (Frelcht)...... 1 1 32 Time, 1:47 3-5. - Start -poor. Won cleverly Winner, J. L.. McGinnis' br. c. by Clifford- Qaroga. Rocky 111.- H.-Clay'Ryo 107. Patt $»«_ Dark Planet 100. Ear'- Eve 101. Anak 111. Our- Nugget 07. Unterock 100. Eva Mine 90, Cardigan I OS, Lanceman If""., also ran. FIFTH RACE — Maiden fillies; two-year-olds; five furlongs; purse. Betting.. Horse, Weight. Jockey. St. % Fin. 7 to 2— Divination. 107 (Bllman). 3 1 1 h 8 to 1— -Pristina. 105 (Michaels).. 7 4 2 3 10 to 1 — Possession, 105 (Smthsori).9 8 3h -Time, ;i :01 2-5. Start fair. Won driving. Winner. ¦'Mexican stable's ch. f. by Horoscope- White Rose. ' Stroma 105. M. Theo IOC, Marinet 105? To San 105. Sea Gate 105. Black Socks 105,-Funny Side 105, Margaret O 105. My Sister 10.V-\Salada 105, Magic Flute 105, M. B. Furium,403, Lady Bailee 105, also ran. FOURTH-RACE^Handreap7~three-year-olds" and upward; one and a quarter miles. Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. *i Fin. ,5 to 1— Bon Mot, 114 (Gannon)., a. 3 12 3 to 1— Flying Jib. 113 'Bullman) 11 2 h 15 to 1— W.R.Condon, 116 (McCue) 7. 5 3 1 Time, 2:0ti. Start good. Won driving. Win ner. H. E. Rowell's b. c. by Fitzjames-Queen's Taste. Warranted 120, Bergand 115, Thorney croft 121, Himself 119, Tugai Bey 112, also ran. THIRD RACE— Highwelght handicap^ three year-olds and upward: six furlongs. Betting. Horse, Weight, Jockey. St. % Fin. . 6 to 1— Duke of Kendall, 125 (Odm) 5 2 1 «i 5 to 1— St. Finnan. 120 (Redfern). 6 7 1! *i ' f> to 1— Flying Buttress.lO" (Bllron) 2 0 3 n Time, 1:13 4-5. Start good. Won drivjn?. Winner, J. McLaughlln's br. c. by' Sir Modred- Duchess of Kendall. Operator 122, Midnight Chimes 1O4. \ Wealth 122. Duelist 125. Illyria 10S». Knight of Harlem 105, Saccharometer 121. King Carter 101, also ran. : SECOND RACE — Selling? three-year-ohfs and upward; one and an eighth miles. Betting. Horse. Weight, Jockey. St. % Fin. 17 to 5— Sambo, 103 (Haack) 10 9 1 *i 7 to 1 — Water Tower. 112 (Odom). 6-322 ¦ 20 to 1— Circus, 112 (Burns) 2 8 3 h Time, 1:45 2-5. Start poor. Won driving. Winner. P. M. Clvlll's b. c. by St. Sayour- Josle W. Homestead l<k>. Turnpike 04..- "Lord Advocate 100, Colonsay 102, Cogswell 08, Ethics 108, Belle of Troy 101, also ran. p land Fuller is the best rider of his ,welght<in the world. He had won with the favorite, Tribes Hill, in such clever, .-workmanlike style "that the applause jwhlch" greeted him was almost as great ,as when he won the Suburban on Afri cander. With ordinary care the future of Fuller seems to be vtry bright. Reference to Tribes Hill's victory re calls a statement made some days ago by his owner, John McGinnis, that with the $100 horse he has won in wagers and some purses nearly $50,000. Tribes Hill was sold last fall at Morris Park to his present owner at. the weed ing out sale of Stevens, Sanford &.Sons. McGinnis was fofmerly a messenger on the grand stands at race courses. . Sum maries: FIRST RACE — Purse; two-year-olds ; six fur longs. ¦ " Betting:. . Horse, Weight. Jockey. St. *i Fin. 8 to 1 — Wotan, 112 (Odom)..." 8 3 1 h 5 tol — Knobhampton. 112 (Fuller) 1 2 22 8 to 1— Saeredus. 1OU (O'Neill).... 4 6 3 h Time. 1:15. Start good. Won drlvlnjr.- Win ner, W. M. Scheftel'8 b. c. by Wagner-Unde clded.) Grszallo 112. Montana King: 112. Lath ron 102. Topic 102, Bob Murphy 112, also ran. N:EW YORK." 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