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DOG SHOW TODAY;
LIVE SPORTING GOSSIP MAN woo the derby yesterday, holding the lead throughout X the nce > ln th » t |m * of 1 = 56%. He took the lead at the start mmmW and was neverjpassed during the race. When Beau Man cross ed the tap in the ftmsh the grandstand was in an uproar. It was a beautiful race and one to be long remembered by the horse racing enthusiasts of Spokane. • • • • The fair has one of the finest cattle entries this year In the his tory of the fair. The feature of the department is the large number of eastern entries. J. E. Mason's horse captured every prize but one yesterday in the horse show given in front of the grandstand. Class A, champion ship, won won by Andrew Laidlaw's Searchlight, ridden by Miss Elllnore Laidlaw. Yesterday in the derby Beau Man set a new mark for the distance covering it in 1:56%. The winners of yesterday's races are as fol lows: 2:20 trot, purse $500. best three in five heats —Mayo won; time 2:27*4; four furlongs, selling, purse $200 —Chesapeake first; time :49%, equals track record; the derby, Beau Man won; time 1:56%: six furlongs, selling, purse $200 —Luxiro, time 1:16; relay race —Dell Blancett gained 10 seconds on the leader in the Interstate relay race yesterday, but George Tyler still leads by 26 seconds. • • * * The big dog shows opens today. T. S. Griffith's special cups for dogs owned by a Spokane woman and a Spokane boy are the feature of today's program. DAILY LESSON IN BILLIARDS Diagram L —Strike cue ball one half above center, object ball three-quarters right; strength of stroke, ordinary to hard. The cue ball, taking the following and changing its direction by contact, rebounds slight and its effort to regain its natural course —that of the follow —describes a convex curve and effects the carom. No. 2.—The concave curve. Strike cue ball one half below cen ter and object ball three quarters right; stroke, ordinary to hard. The retrograde tendency, given by the draw, overcomes the impelling power after contact with object ball, and causes the curve to the carom ball. Glenwood Park October first prices will be raised. You will save the difference if you buy now. G. A. YANCEY © COMPANY No. 3.—Straight line carom. Strike cue ball center and object ball three-cjuarters right; strength of stroke ordinary. Being struck in center, the cue ball has neither rotary motion forward nor back, but slides a certain distance, when the natural condition of a moving sphere overcomes the propelling power and it takes a rolling move ment. COUNCILMAN HAS A PACER Nellie E., record 2:20, Council man Dalke's fast pacing mare, will start tomorrow afternoon in the 2:15 pace at the Interstate fair, for a purse of $500. She is being driven by Marvin Childs and has shown trial miles as good as 2:12. The mare is by Encounter, dam by An trim. IRESFORD SAYS WOMEN ARE NOT SAFE TO TALK OF (By United Press.) NEW YORK, Sept. 22.—Admiral Lord Beresford of the English navy declined to be interviewed today. A woman reporter asked him to talk about "women" End suggested that it would be a good subject. Lord Beresford smiled and then remarked: "Safe! Beautiful wom en are never safe. Not even to talk about." REMOVE HUMAN BONES TO BUILD NEW CHURCH (By United Press.) DEFIANCE, Sept. 22.—1n exca vating on the site of the old Wash ington street cemetery for the new First Presbyterian church many human bones are being removed, placed in boxes and transferred to Riverside cemetery. HERE IS THE POINT 50 foot lots with water in $150.00 Terms, $10 a Month 618 RIVERSIDE AYE. MAIN 1422 are now THE SPOKANE PRESS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1909 MARATHONERS FOR SEATTLE (By United Press.) SEATTLE, Sept. 22.—"St. Yves, Longboat, Hayes, Thibeau, Swan berg assured. Probably Dorando. I reach Seattle Thursday night. You will have big field," is the text of the telegram received today from Ix)u M. Houseman, until re cently the well known sporting edi tor of the Chicago Inter-Ocean, and now manager of international marathon runners. The wire was sent to Tim McGrath, the Califor nia promoter who is handling the details of the $10,000 marathon race, of which M. Robert Guggen heim Is sponsor, and for which he has offered a costly silver trophy. The date selected for the big race is October 10, so that it would not conflict with the closing date of the Northwestern base ball season. AMERICAN LEAGUE Clubs— Won Ixjst P. C. Detroit 90 51 .638 Philadelphia 87 53 .628 Boston 82 59 .582 Chicago 70 70 .500 Cleveland 68 74 .479 New York 66 73 .475 St. Ixmis 60 80 .471 Washington 39 102 .277 R. H. E. Cleveland 3 7 3 Poston 7 11 2 Washington 1 2 D Detroit 3 6 2 Afternoon game: Washington 2 6 1 Detroit 0 6 1 Philadelphia 1 3 2 St. Louis 2 7 1 Chicago 0 6 2 New York 5 7 1 COAST LEAGUE Clubs— Won Eost P. C. Pan Francisco 110 65 .629 Portland 93 71 .562 Los Angeles 94 80 .540 Sacramento 81 85 .488 Oakland 72 104 .409 Vernon 64 109 .370 R. H. E. Los Angeles 0 5 3 Portland 4 8 1 Oakland 2 3 0 San Francisco 1 8 1 Vernon 2 6 0 Sacramento 4 9 1 Vancouver Series Base Ball TODAY Northwestern. Lea~ue. RECREATION PARK SPOKANE vs. VANCOUVER GAME CALLED AT 10:45 Admission 25e and admis sion to grandstand 25c. HERE'S A HOT ONE What do you know about this? Aberdeen shutting out the Turks and on their own grounds at that Siever for the Cats was a complete mys tery' to the Turks yesterday, while Miller was knocked all over the field. The Seattle infield was somewhat changed on account of Akin being ill. Siever struck out seven Turks during the game. Score, 8 to 0 for Aberdeen. Batteries —Ab- erdeen, Siever and O'Brien; Seattle, Miller and f-'iea. THE FATAL FIFTH That fatal fifth inning. Seatort for Portland went up in the airs and before he could make a safe landing five Tigers had scored. Portland played good ball yester-i day, but two costly errors and; a passed ball in the fifth inning, to gether with timely hitting, lost tha game for the Colts. Butler pitch ed grand ball for the Tigers, allow ing no hits until the Tigers had the game cinched. Score, 5 to 1 for Ta coma. Batteries —Tacoma, Butler and Blankenship; Portland, Seaton, Gough and Armbruster. NATIONAL LEAGUE Clubs— Won Lost P. C. Pittsburg 102 36 .739 Chicago 92 45 .672 New York 80 53 .602 Cincinnotl 70 68 .505 Philadelphia 68 71 .490 St. Louis 47 86 .353 Brooklyn 47 88 .348 Boston 39 98 .285 R. H. E. Pittsburg ...2 7 1 Boston ...0 3 4 Afternoon game: a Pittsburg ..5 9 1 Boston 0 5 1 Cincinnati 4 9 4 Philadelphia 3 7 1 Chicago-Brooklyn and New York- St. Louis games postponed; rain. NORTHWEST LEAGUE. Clubs— Won Lost P. C. Seattle 101 53 .656 Spokane 92 61 .601 Aberdeen 74 76 .49;) Portland 72 82 .467 Vancouver 67 89 .430 Tacoma 59 103 .364 NEW ENGRAVING PLANT. A new engraving business has been started in Spokane, owing to largely increased demand for the work. The McDermid-Salnave En graving Co. has been incorporated and has just opened at 722 River side avenue. F. G. McDermid came here from Springfield, 111. His part ner, A. C. Salnave, has lived in this city since he was a boy. PASADENA, Cal.—Two brothers, named Thomas, are being held by the forest rangers' office for start ing fires in the San Gabriel region. Sale of Unredeemed Jewelry Diamonds, WatcKes and Jewelry of all descriptions to go at your own price. THese are Unredeemed Pledges and tHey must go. AUCTION THursday CgL Friday H. BROH & CO. 504 MAIN AVENUE SPOKANE, WN.