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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 May 1904

I Tina Bam? JjAK& r&BiBVW& Satuhday MokntnGs May 14, 1904, 7 SS THROWS ifKli BOY" I 1 German Mat Artist ij Defeated. juried Loeked Fat and Gave J j Local Wrestler Little i j Trouble. j y& Deraney of Park City Chal- , Winner for Side Bet 1 j ' of S500. f - Ii..RLEV ROSS still holds tho title IP V champion wrestler of Utah. Frank PhUofrIc4 Known as tho "German I V. cuor.fr Boy." but vrho coul1 "be moro LiJo-rUtely styled tho "German Fat cadtavored to wrest tho laurels tM,m Rcfs Inst evening U ob Dout. but fa,,ed' Unfrlod at no Till. had Ross in serious difficulty, and man won tho first two falls al ly ' 3S ho pleased. Both men evinced MCjjraWo tfiowlcdgo of tho same, and rtlfeit"'ntll1c standpoint the mutch was lfiLlr Quite Interesting, but to a lay Vjlfi, ins rather tamo Excopt on threo fiTter occasions tho 230 spectators were 'IK S-t nnd undcmonstrailvo as though WtEaal was In progress. . 'ivrfrf looked to be fat and untrained. 1' iiSSeJ to be carrying many pounda of...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 May 1904

mti I : ' s he SajtXaAJEB Tribtotej Satutudatt MoiusrcsTG, Mat 14:, 1904. m fdk'I ! CASH RATES: j 4 t "1 i : 'ill 10c per lino first insertion. I ; Jlljl 5c per line each subsequent ' i W'fM ' insertion. ' V' !"'"! No ad to 0CCUPy le33 space J ' . j j than two lines. I ( '"' in Tour "wont nd" will he nc- I ',1 ni I jig cepted and 'phoned to Tho Salt ' VVU Tribune office at regular U jH rates by tho following agents: j : BRANCH OFFICES. ' '1 jll-j Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. . SjHWW 101 MAIN STREET. 1 - '!it'rH W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., ; , '"ivliln corner Second South and Stat, i ( '.'JvljlB SHERWOOD PHAR1VIACT, ' i ; ' I fl 502 South Stato. ( h Sd M LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand : 1 1 'nffl Pacific Hotel, corner Third ' . j ' ' West and South Temple. !4, 'i jlM . VIRMILLION'S PHAR- I i T ! ifll TJACY, 511 West Second South, j ! ' i ' Iffll 'Phone 1838. ; ' I it f jfjl WASATCH DRUG STORE, I I v M V'j H corner Second South and Third j 1 j ! j !. "EtW. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, . I j ' ):. Ill Eleventh Eas...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 May 1904

1 The Salt Irakis Tjribuni: Satukday Morning, May 14, 190. a III Mm HAPPENINGS' IN UTAH 30 DEN I "lli'nffiBBAMOH OFFICE, I I ubl Av'" Telephone 111 VlAL PETITION FILED in SUIT FOR DIVORCE f J , , ,4 Tho Tribune. KfrV Uh. May 13.-J. S. Barkwell. r .'tomcy JPh Ches' nicd su,t f!irt9ntagfl,n8thl3 wlfe Mnr on tho grounds of deser ts .-.riftlat reveals a peculiar mate K pi row Ws org Barkwell :ip marriage llconso. Today ho M it for divorce against a wife lly NJJ? JwePh, Mo, Barkwell gave his Kffltat of his wife ob 20. If FV he was under aire when he ISdatSt Joeeph.Juno 20, 12. f"rSnDlflnl states. Tho caso is a itSdone. and tho result of tho ttll bo Watched with interest. 5L Attorney Halvorson, upon leam Stajices of the caso. lntl ftwt he would bring a criminal ac SfiiSrt EwkKdl for bigamy. ' vw.nrwraard was today granted a Vf dlvorco from his wlfo, Mary E. rjpifd, 5b tho ground of cruelty. 1 jirfhttr has been born to Mr. and iiSilcDermot m,Hico HcenBO was lrnued today to 7 ym3 derPon nnd...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 May 1904

' "ij 10 The &Aur JjAKE TBJjsrmB: Saturday Momsm AIat 14, iso4. p Iill City lay Establish a . Plant V ;A ;;!f !j Garff and Son Submit in ' jj :!!;! J Writing a Very Liberal ! j Ij:!; J Proposition. ' ; I fleeting' Will Bo Held Tliis Aftor- i ( 'i noon, at Which. Definite Action if : I May Be Taken, j r ''b ! 1 ' ! "'jW .fmHAT Salt Lake City may yet, and ' 1 ' t 1 K I t,,at witnln a sllort timet own Its I ; M' j own electric lighting system is ; ( J 1' becoming- more than a, probability, i ' :j S Plans nre rapidly shaping thorasclvps ' ' Jij Jn such a manner that It would not be '! 1: surprising if the erection of a lighting ' I SB plant were commenced In tho very near I ji2 future. Messrs. Garlt &. Son of Logan, 'I al n' mRQ a proposition to the city ii'H Home time ago to put In a lighting plant. J ! have prepared their proposal in written I !j , T j form nnd a meeting with the Mayor and i I special lighting committee has been ar- ' ' ,ij ; ranged for 2 o'clock tills afterno...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 May 1904

I HAW PEOPLE aes is Sassouu : listrid lazed. i Inhabitants Are Massacred I and Their Homes De stroyed by Fire. j; j" i'jUftods Adopted Same as Those ' jfcrJag the Avrful Slaughter of ;' ; the Armenians. ;i !' jiar 13. An official dls- JP wtch to the Foreign office Mm Constantinople confirms , rePort3. that the Tur- feh Voops havo burned villages Stout the Swsoun district of Ar K kllllns the Inhabitant ,mnch Embassador, M. Constana, fta Wa with the Russian and Japa ft. Einbas?ador In ndins consuls to jMroum, in the hope o limiting the' !t&ct!on and bloodshed. J Same Old Methods. " J-s Turkish methods appear to have fiKD nioeh the same as those adopted VH? the Armenian masicres. i v official reports do not give exact i jjij Q3 to the number of towns vrrf and people killed, hut they show i St the action of the Turks has been ' fft French authorities were advised 'trt 'time ago that Turkey vas taking ! tape of Russia? preoccupation in i' Ai far East and intended to adopt a ! dKirive...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 May 1904

FT , (i " THE R&lT liAKE TRTBUTEi SATUEDAY MOKNBTG, MAY 14, L904:. 1 II l f News of Mine, of " Prospect, of Furnace aod of Mill IjjHj 1 HEAVY 'ONNAGES Vll l OUT OF BINGHAM 1 j Ii ij ; Copper Belt Railway Makes a New i f :.!' !,J Uncord Additional Levies on jl Various Carriers, jljjg AVER the tracks, trails and tram- ! l; 'iiffl Iffi ways with which Bingham is "4 I'M'II vJr threaded there la now moving to ;'jf , ill (ho various works provided for Its ' ' ' ' 'i I IW reduction, approximately 2900 tons of ore ' i H daily, while it Is not unlikely that the !' ' ' ' liK nr9t of Jl,no w,tnes3 ,ts lncrcas0 'l I h v:Mli to over 3000 tons- According to a mes- ' I V rage from the superintendent to Man- i i 1 ' lift aSer Bayly last night, he Is now moving '( ' !iV 3S0 tom' 'laHy over lne trac!ts' oi lllc 'ill. ' iff Copper Belt railway alono, with evcry- il Ml '!' Mn thing to indicate that this will bo made I i i jjlH to exceed 2000 tons before the close of ' !l " 1 ' Hw another month. The...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 May 1904

I . THE 8AIT J&AKE TRIBUKg; SATURDAY MOIgTEyG-'MAY 14, 1904, ! !H jfjay jyitti the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers, j Stocks ire oo ! Ik Op Grade , lti Makes a Stand Against De I ' passion, and Somo Recovery ? Was Effected. i i XORK, ilay 33. Tho stock : ' - ,rvet mado some stand against iNSSU todny- and earIy ln )' 111 tZ day some recovery wis I ...i from yesterdays sharp declines f rmness was holpcd by somo light ' i flTr foreign account, London con- o show a wnolosomo tone, with a fic money markot- The news ovcr r. .fecJ fl , of tho amount of the ' i ''?LCcntnU debenture bond Issue 1 I W ?wm instead of 530.000,000, as was J i l vcstcrdSy. was not stlmulai ' cenoral markot. owing to the ! 'W'J-Soon money resources Indicated. J inffio stocks genera ly were prob v ?f wvc'ed I to somo extent by the thrcat- 1' m of lake traffic owing to the I i-JA ie-n tho masters and pilots M fg&lm &n'd th0 ,ak0 carricrs' nasocla i 12: arrival in San Francisco of a. con Hfii I ft9 ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 May 1904

H 14 THE liAKE TEBttne: SATUBDAY MOBlSTlsG, MAY 14, 1904. H M ' i i jfl I New Age Order Pension Bureau Commissioner Wavo Says Number "Who "Will Receive Increase Will Aggregate 20,000. -jjOPEKA. Knn., May 13. E. P. I Ware. Unlicd States Commlssion J er of PcnsIoiiB, reached Topeka this afternoon. Relative to the new age order of the Pension bureau, he said: "Applications for pensions under the new nye order are now com ing in. I presume 25.000 are already on file. Many of them have been filed under the mistaken idea that the ago order menns that the claimant will re ceive a second pension; that Is,- If the claimant Is already receiving- a pen sion and is over 62, that he Is entitled to another. Nevertheless, the number of applicants so far who will have their pensions raised 52 a month Is probably 20,000. "The amount which this order will cost the Government has been grossly exaggerated. The great death rate among old soldiers will keep the pen sion roll In such shape that the in cre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

i T g ' WOEATHEE, TODAY Threatening. H M M H MM t m H H t-t. -jyn. No. 29. Sam Lake Oitt, Utah, Suotday Mokotn-g, Mat 15, 904. 36 phges.fivb Cents l Hf ARTHUR REPORTED FALLEN, I ANOTHER BATTLE AT HSIU YEN I VDON. iay 14. A telegram from Taris sajs a rumor is current there that Port Arthur has ft that ten thousand men were killed during the engagement. Nothing confirmatory is ob 53Djn London. The rumor is probably false. Neither St Petersburg nor Tokio have had any in i - of t lie beginning of an attack on Port Arthur. rt 0f a severe engagement in the hills around Hsiu Yen last Thursday has been received at i nJiCwan. It lacks verification, but, according to it, the Russians lost 1500 men killed and 'Hand the Japanese occupied the town of Hsiu Yen. The Japanese loss is not given. It is im Tilc to obtain confirmation here of the reported fighting, but a battle there is not unlikely, as this in the path of the advancing First Japanese army corps. Uai Cheng is the apparent objective ,ii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

H 2 Ihe Salt Ii&ke Tribtote! Sunday Moknxn-Gtc Mat 15, 1904. I - B I CZAR URGED TO END STRUGGLE Emperor Is Besieged by War Party. Want Him ts Bring Hostill y tics to a Closa at an Early Date. BqbIs of Settlement Suggested la In dependence of Korea Under Pro tectorate of Japan. v ERDIN, May 14. On excellent au i thority It Is asserted that there jjjl is a strong possibility o peace In the far East. What makes the Hows doubly interesting1 Is the belief that the Russian Emperor Is now being urged, by the Tvar party to end the struggle. The basis of settlement suggested Is 'he Independence of Korea under the protectorate of Japan, Manchuria to, remain Chinese territory. The Integ rity of Manchuria has been guaranteed by a secret treaty between Japan and China. If a settlement should be made It Jb said to be the desire of Russia that It be brought about Independently of England. Time Not Yet Bipe. Nothing 13 known at the foreign of fice regarding tho report telegraphed1 from Berlin) ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

The Lake Tribotte: Sunday Moknestg, Mat 15, 1904. 3 rl1 ICLER.GYMEN who owe strengh and health to PE-RU-NA I JiPrejbytcrian Pastor W J Praises Pe-ru-na. '', . .. rem when men of proml W5 CWtated to gave their testi il J proprietary medicines for ilSifrSal"6 tn,e t0day f m3t VT riSSS'becoino so justly fa- ul Et merits are known to bo many r l lt Sgh and ow stations that no tSwics to see his name in print cif be .JTrfinc Pcruna, ilShwt men In- our nation have ft' p-una a strong endorsement. I51 Til classey and stations nrc 1 "yfiSTrSrcscniatlvc of the Fres A i8? church in the person oC Rev. ''V smith doea not hesitate to suite vS'iTthat he has used' Peruna in his : nd found it cured when other .J failed In tills statement the smith Is supported by an cider in :J church. 5f. The Pastors .Letter. '"... r 0 Smith, pastor of the Pres- ij&Tchurch of Greensboro. Ga.. ;fcrr used Pcruna in my family Jime time it gives me pleasure to M-m'Suv to Us true worth. A -uv ItUe boy, 7 years of age...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

H 4: The Salt Lake teebtoo!: Sunday morning-. May 15, 1904:, IWILL LOOK OUT FOR YOUNG AMERICA Chicago Makes Provision for Caring for Killed and Injured on July 4. UICAGO, May 14. One policeman, i two firemen, one doctor, one vol- untccr school teacher and ono naval militiaman will be on hand July to guard each of sev eral mimlo theaters of war that have been arranged for by the managers of the public Independence day celebration In Chicago. The profframmo proper will begin up on the morning of the Fourth, and free firecrackers and torpedoea of the harm less variety will be supplied to all small boys for the asking. In the afternoon bands of tho National Guard will fclvo concerts In the parka and a military promenade will toko place. In the evening tho United States ehlp Dorothy will flffht a- Bham battle off the lake front with a condemned hulk and will blow up the foe with a torpedo; there will bo rockets, searchlight dis plays and martial maneuvers and the day will close in a gran...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

It 1 IH 1 'Jhb SaipIke Tairokg.' SinjrpAT KoknisgMay 15, 1904. 5 jJ Syj appointments. Wmy jlethodist. mj rthodtot. Third South between njamln Young, pastor ltJ VUs at 11 a- m and 3 p. m. 1 at 9 a- ni- BPworth JKJ m During tho pastor's ab SB" , Angeles at tho general con ilt wUl bo nilcd by the Rev. IB81 1 ns Tho theme In the morn SrSThe Llsht of tho World and ift f Life." Tho evening service ImKJalcd to the celebration of the (ver-ary or the Epworth xt. interesting programme of imfr- . n.mlnute addresses by the pf iri" s,ven- AU ,n" B?, r rhurch. Ninth East and First gVglcfc. pastor-Preaching HfcD" .'nflS d m Mrs. L, L. God-2K31- FSnr n. solo at the morning ser MUlU ffi KhSol at 10 o'clock. BP S' 5 dsn m. The Ladles' Aid aBrah lira T. J Kllcrbeck. SI K IRVv afternoon at 2 o'clock. Kl WVk M . B. church-Sunday-fBtttr m.. A. Tracy, superlntcnd IBiMnVatll a. m. Claw mooting fB Junior league at 8:30 p. m . 8. Kent, euperlntondcnt. Tho IB ftorJ.rvirf3 will be dlsconUnued till IKsW.1,, k c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

$ Wee SadtJLakb Tribune; SiVMiAkpay Mokning, May Ui iscml If lis ribim. T t Jeafrd every morning by Bolt Lako Trib uno Publishing Company. PEHRT S. HSATH, Publisher and Goner&l Man ager. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono wock.l .S Pally ejd 8unday, ono month ) Dally and Sunday, two months - w Daily and Sunday, thrw monthn s.w Dally and Sunday, one year w Funony Tribune, ono yoar Fur.dav Tribune nix month.i J- Semi-Weekly Tribune, one year AH remittances nnd buslnesa lettors should bo nddressod to TRIBUKJ3 PUB LI 9 H I Xf COMPANY. Salt Lako City. Utah. S- C. Bekvr1th. Speolal Agency. Solo J3a.ite.rn Advertising Agent itcra or 1io. 4S-M--''.7--19 Trlbuno "'f' Ncvr Tork. "WPtorn office, S10-ul3 Trtb un Building, Chicago. j No communication In relation to publi cation In or biiPlnoPs for Th Trlbuno r'-nuld b addressed to any Individual or ifYlcer of this corporation Matter relat ing to publication phnuld be addrcaood to the Editor of The Tribune, and communi catio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

' 1 J The SATrliAKB Thibtotb! Sunday Morxdstg, May 15, 1904, 7 H line True Detective Stories f If Revealed in Every Day Life irchlcao Tribune nt,TlNGuiSHBD surgeon, who also a detective in embryo, called to perform an opera S pn a roan wh0 had bco.n i"S unknot iummoIii. The posi fr,hcman and the mystery ol the "rendered (he case notorious, was unconscious at the time of B,Hon ntnM1 coul(1 bc ob" Trim him. When the doctor cx j the wound, he said to his asslst i.tM has been fired at him by a -?i is left handed." hf-vas explaining the reasons ... I fusion Mr. A ' partner, a itt Conxion Somctnlmj to'iScr attacted the attention Eminent surgeon, and he whis- S'rfwere left handed I jjjjrt onco "suspect him of the ffntxl Instant he turned to X rijfjd;.u vmdly hand me that lint?" fiS f wins his left hand The J-T.", was accused of the r and.' upon being tried and con- jgi cStessed his guilt. r Secret of the Confessional. 'ntlc example of a man's guilt fed 11 aft? the lapse of many Kwcoraw fro...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

8 THE 8Iir IjAKR TRIBTOO!: SUNDAY" MOROTG, MAY 15. 19C4. 1 I nfewTMBne, of Pros"T"pnrnace and of, -hTI . I. BiG PLAWT , FOR BOSTON CON. 'Management Tells of Uses to Be Made of Evans (Paxm Down in the Valley. ' 7 ONCERNING tho uses to which, tho Evans farm in Salt Lake valley recently purchased by Samuel Nowhouso In behalf of the Ponton Con. Mining company, is to bo put, tho management Bald yesterday that primarily it would be made the site for a concentrator, a smelter in alt proba bility to follow, although Una! action on tho latter equipment will not be taken until the arrival of Mr. New house in Bostow and tho directors are called into session. While the Boston Con. was the first to demonstrate that concentration was the method through which to make a commercial proposition out of the copper-bearing porphyries of Bingham, said Mr. Newhouso yesterday, the Utah Copper company haa been the first to verify It on a scale commensurate with the normlfcy of the deposits, and to It belong...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

m SALT JuAJHZ TRIBTOE; SUNDAY MOKNTOG, MAT 15, 1904, 9 H fjjayWitfa the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. ) facss in Erie I iseW Market !lj jrovement in Wall Street flKjflf Prices Generally lower Wt Than Friday. rt-tORK, May Prices on BtockB LdJ for a time today and then ILrcd P-irUy. closing Irregular 4 flerall' lower than last night. tLie In the Erie shares had MIJtas cttecU and seemed to bo material decline In earnings 4 5 flh last year. Amalgamated 'ftm yesterday's advance. Tho SJSint was narrow. The ovl vrapport for United States Steel J'5 had a Bomewhat reassuring ef-iSjentlmcnt- Tito bank statement tTrf to show as largo impairment .rutins as was feared, by reason ,etcdly modorato loan expan $& tbo very largo transac ee reckoned by the sys J,n? average by which tho bank JtU computed, confuse the show AJX that tho publication begets iiSnthrf tan assurance. Today'n J.., m B0M gold does not figure Tfitenent' it all. nor docs the pay ffing of $2,151,000 by tho sub &'...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

COMING PEACE CONFERENCE AT LAKE MOHONK ISpocInl to Tho Tribune, lagr OHONK LAKE. Is". Y., May U. jwi The bLx months just passed have I wfi been signalized abovo any equal period of tlrao in tho world's history lor tho number of peace compacts, cither actually concluded or . nnniict-in. between H various naticms of the world. During tfw very months that Russia and Japan woro preparing for hostilities and whllo Oio war clouds have been hanging over the Balkan provlncos, and England. Germany and the United States have been voting- large Increases in their naval budgets, the movement for International peace has been slg jiallzed by the conclusion of no less than seven treatloa of obligatory arbl Hj tratlon, all recognizing tho jurisdiction H' of Tho Blague courU Franco hna been a parly to four of, the no convention and England three, whllo the mother parties have been Italy, Denmark, Spain and tho Netherlands. H lTrance la pressing forward more atrong H y In this .pence movement than an...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

C5iLJ I - Cbe Salt Cake tribune i n- i I follfr . - ' '. SSF ' : SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1904. uB , J" 1 ---------- . .. iH g-1 SNAPSHOTS IN SPORTLflND I I POUTLOOK ) j FOR CYCLE RACES 'j l I iPapular Hirers on tho Ground j How or Headed Thus J 1 Way. il r HE OUTLOOK for some good cy ? cli races In this city during the' V "lamaer Is becoming- brighter 1 trrv nTV. ew rlil rs nro, nr. ?, aid the prospects are that tho ifsltuslasts of the city will have bwto see some fQst performances. Islsrt Agraz, Carl and Iver Red- tEcppir, Jimmy Bowler, Samuel- j'EjMy" Slaver and others will ire thta season, besides a number KT riders. J. E. Achorn, a New idle distance man, Is on his ftiSiH Lake to try his luck against fctftte Western speed merchants. Palace track Is now In good ), iB-i a bunch of cyclists are tor there each day to get In shape -icpenlng meet. ij m&6 are giving the amateurs iJrire on competing In the Decora liirroad race no end of worry. Link a large numbe...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

H l2 THE SJ1IT JLiAKE TEIBTOTE: 5XGSDPAY MoiaroS'Q-, MAY 15, 1904. I I ELDER ERRORS I CAME THICK I Dumb Playing Gave I Away Game. H Villainous Support Given H Pitcher, Who Should H Have Won. Spokane Indians Bag the Fourth Successive Game of tho Series. PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE. ' Standing: of the Clubs. H' w. l. p.c. Bolso W S Spokano 2 X Butto ; ' 'S? H; salt Lako 1 30 Yesterday's Games. Spokane S. Salt Lake 3. liolso 35, Butto 5. N a game that was marked by loose I fielding on the part of the Elders, I Spokane scored her fourth consecu tlve victory this week at Walker's ball park yesterday afternoon. The Saints certainly had an oft day and vlr- ! tually handed the game to Rellly's Braves by committing a series- of un pardonable errors. Jensen pitched a good gamo and should have won. He did not give away aB many hits as the opposing pitcher and struck out three times as many batters. However, his effort Tvas In vain, for the Elders could not handle the ball at critical moments and g...

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