THE MORNING EXAMINEE: IN THE DOMAIN OF SPORT GANS WON FIGHT (Continued wd kept UP from Pace One I merciless hammering od face. The boll rang ui Nel-m- o went to his corner wuh blood streaming from hlc mouth and nose. In ipito of nil the puulsnmeut Nelaou did not break ground at any time. Bound I Cana had no tioubie id avoiding Kclaoa's onslaught and met N el ton with n right awing over the kidney- - He then ewung right and left to Xelaon'a face and found no difficulty in keeping away from Xelaon'a Dane, wings. Gana played wlth.-th- e ending a raking right to the jaw aad then working a Jeft ahlft to the face. Nelton ewung desperately for the face, but aeldoat if ever found the black man'e anatomy. Nelson clcced in, mixing it rought. Gana swung hie right and left with great force and Nelaou alipped to hla kneea. He got up in a Jiffy and Gana went at. him like a demon and landed ahno4 at will. The gong waa a great relief to Nelaou, and he appeared groggy when he fell Into hia aeat. Bound 8 They atood ehoulder to thonlder la the center of the ring. Sana walloped the Dane with right and left to tha face. Xalaon tried desperately to work in two hard right awinga to the body and for hla pain a received two wipked eort arm rtgti to the Jaw. At the close quarters Nelton awung hia left twice to Gana' Jaw and a moment later awung right to the nee place. They mixed It furiously, liana landing four punches to Nelson' me. Nelson awung right and left hard to Gana' jaw, but Gana more than evened up matters, sending the Dane bark with rapid fire rights and left to the jaw. Gana bled slightly from the mouth as the bell rang. It was Gana' round. Round Id Gana met Neleoo'e rush with straight left to the face. Stay with him; don't let him get away." waa the Injunction from the Battler's comer. They went in clnae and Gana smothered Nelson with two rights and a succession of lefts to the face. Nelson bored in and whipped hia right and left to the negro's jaw. Nelson then brought blood from Gana' mouth in a stream with n succession of rights and lefts to that member. A terrific resulted at close quarters. The arena resembled a sham battle. Both men fought at a fearful pace. Nelson g having the moat rally. The men bled ooplouily. The bejl rang with Nelson having a shade the etter of a most vicious round. Cans looked a bit worried at ha waa being mix heart-breakin- 1 worked on by hla handler. Round 11 They closed with Gam fighting hard and request of Referee filler that Nelaon stop butting with hla head. Nelson apparently realised that hia only chance waa to fight breast to breast and judging from the preceding round he la the batter man at this game. Nelson started a stream of blood from Gana' mouth by two ricked right uppercuts, i They brake from a cllurh and Gana Immediately whipped in two rights to Netaoa'a was cautioned to keep away by hla seconds, but Nelaon Vept .at close quartern. Nelaon finally swung a light left to the month end the bell rang. If anything. Nelaon had a alight lead In ihla round. T Round If Nelaon rallied In and they fought shoulder to shoulder for an advantage. Gana getting Nelaon sway from him. whipped a stiff right fo the face. Nelaon forced Gana against the rope and Nelaon alipped to the flour. Gana held out hia hand and y him to hla feet and they jaw-Gan- a Imma-dlatel- renewed hostilities. Gam rested end teemed content to permit Nelson to do the leading., They fought r breast like two bulla. butted Gana on the jaw with hla head. They sent blow head to hsad in monotonous fashion, each seeking to fight according to the way beat adapt' ed to hla different style. Gana had A Slight lead of a tame round. Siler said he believed Gana wae resting up. Round II Nelaon rushed ip anil sent Gana back with two lefts and two right awinga to the At close quarter Nelaon uppercut with left and right to the meuth and a moment later swung hla left to the mouth agala, bringing the blood again from Gins' month. Both men retorted to wresting tartlet, Gana being the chief offender. They exchanged right awlngi ' the face In the centelr of the ring and went to a clinch. The men again breast to Nel- son tie. fought, breast to breast and at close quarters Gsns worked Is right pud left several limes to the Jaw. They want e'ose again and Nelson ' sent In two left uppercuts to the jaw that made 'he negro wince. Gana. however, hd shade the better of the roundRound 14 Both men fought to Close eiiarters. but very few Mows1 were hum the shoulder. Nelaon tried to fnl Gana' body with left and right hook. but Nelson butted the negro with his head. Nelson sent Gass against the ropes by sheer force of hie weight. Nelson fell back through the fPrs and Gam chlvslrously pulled h'm batek to the ring. As n reward for this act of courtesy the Dane smashed 'Gan 'on the body and the crowd yelled ite disapproval. At the rioae of the round Nelson kicked' at Gins and the latter promptly retaliated in kind. They had to be separated' ' ly their handlers. Round 15 The round opened with a ri:nch and Nelson elbowed and butted He was warned to dealat desperately. by Referee filler and the second yell-foul in unison. No attentlcn waa rrii to the claim and the men roughed at close quarter, Nelson forcing Gass against the ropes! The men flight at such close quarter, or rgth-s- " wrestled, that little execution could h accomplished. Nelaon, ip a break-swawas aent to the floor with a right 'raight to the face. Nelson looked bit ahakey. but he got te hla feet and Immediately went to close quarters to protect himself from further long distance swat. The crowd Cheered Gena lustily aa he went to his corner. Round 1C Nelaon missed x left and ' ight swing. Gana. dancing away, tried ;o keep Nelson nt a distance, hot Nel-ro- n followed Gane about the ring, trying to land some tIcIcu fight a wing. Cans whipped hla right to the jaw and Nelson chased Gana about the ring. Gena holding on. Nelaon put a riff right to the face. Gana wreatld Nlaon clear through the fopea and in falling Nelaon pulled the negro after him. They were pushed hack Info the ring and Immediately resumed their Nelwrestling tactics. lu a mlx-uson drove hla right tsrlc to the face and a right to the mouth at close quarter. sending Joe to hla with - si y, hlcod areamlng coir from hla mouth. Nel- - on had the bettor the wu fjll of wrestling. Round 27 liau sparred, while Velum wasted his vitality wltb uscieas Round 17 XeVa lauded hia right on swing Nelson pushed Gana against the mouth and they e"i to a clinch. the hopes and the larar. working Slier oautlonel Nelson for hitting himself free, aem hia laft to Nelson s low. Nelson swung hlc right u the mouth. Nelson mised a hard left kidney and they wrestled about ilia awing and in a mix Joe pu in 'so ring. Gana working in a left uppercut light rights to the face. Keanu reto the mouth and a moment later Nel-se- labeled with two straight lefts to the applied similar punishment to face, the last ones sending Gan back. Gam after Nelson had twisted hla nerk Gan then cut loose He drove h:s back with two hard short arm chops lett to the a.omacn with lore to tha face, and a moment Inter shot and then drove right andlemqc left to the hia right to the wind Both men Jaw. Nelson, maddened, fought baca rested for come time and the round viciously and gave the negio more ended with hoc ora a bit In Nelson's than he had received a the round Gana rushed in with a straight right to the fane aad Nelaon awung two lefts to the negros face. Slier again wanted Nelson about using hia head. Gana blocked Nelson's lead cleverly and they again mixed, fighting shoulder to shoulder. Nelson sent la two left swinge, but Gane retaliated with two stinging righto to the face. They wrestled about the riag aad Gena drove Nelson against the rope with two right smashes to the face. Nelaon nearly went to the flosr as Gana backed away nod at the end of the round Gane got In e good right punch to the Battler's face. The men did not hear the gong and were polled to their seats by their seconds. It was a tame round with no advantage. Round 18 filler warned Nelaon once more for hutting and Md hia hand on Nelson's head twice aa a reminder Round 18 that the Dane should cut out thia kind of work. Nelaou continued to butt and Slier steppd la and pulled Nelson from hie reclining position. Tha men reCans mained In n locked position. cent In right and left to the Jaw. Just before the go rig rang Gana aent in a left and two stiff rights to the Jaw and Nelaon put In a right on the head. Thera was more wrestling than fighting in thia round and derogatory comment were passed around the ringside. Round NV The men rushed together and Siler grabbed Nelson by the head. Indicating that the Dane should cease boring In with his head. Gane straightened Nelson up with two left to the Jaw and Nelson landed several lefts to the body. An exchange followed, both landing left to the chin. Nelson pushed Onus almost through the ropes and then missed a left for the face. In a clinch Nelaou landed a severe left uppercut to the jaw and they mixed It, Gana putting right and left to the jaw. He followed hla advantage and aent In a volley of righto and left to the Jaw aa the round ended. The gong apparently came Juat In time to eave Nelson from defeat. Gam had the lead. Round 21 Nelson came up as though nothing had happened. Hla left eye was badly swollen and hla right waa discolored. They fought to a clinch and Gana poked right and left to the faoe. Gane then cent hi a stiff uppercut to tha eye. Nelaou sent In two right body punches and at dose range Gana hooked hla left to the mouth. They then atood off and Gane trimmed Nelaon beautifully with two Straight rights to the face and a left straight to the jaw. Nelson missed two vicious swings and Gana shot In a straight left to the fare aa the gong rang. Round 22 -- Gana aent a straight left to the fees and Nelaon retaliated with a left hook to the stomach. Nelson drove a straight punch against the ribs, closing In and wrestled Gene to the ropes. Mixing It. Gana worked in two right uppercuts to the body. They again leaned shoulder to shoulder and did more wrestling. Nelson pushing Gam almost through the rope. Thia thing continued with monotonous regularity. finally Gana pushed Nelson awav and smashed him twice with hla fight to the Jaw. He followed this with two left jolts to the Dane's head simultaneously with the gong.' This waa the only time during the round that the men had fought. Gana had the advantage. Round 21' They raehed to a clinch and Biler warned Nelaon constantly about boring In with bin head, Gana then eroeaed with hla right to the jaw. Nelaon drove hie left twlee to the eye, after the oo loved lad had put two lefts to the fees. At close quarters Nelson put two good rights over the heart and then followed the usual course of wrestling;. They broke way and Nelaon staggered Gana with Buoceealon of hard left swinge to the jaw and several hard rights to the jew. Gane did not respond and Nelaon sent the crowd Into a frensy by driving Gana to hla corner with a right honk to the body. The crowd rase to Its feet at the end of the round aid yelled, Nelaon. Nelaon." It was the Dane's round. Round 24 Nelaon got right Gana, having received Instructions from hie corner to v In. They roughed It. end at close quarters Nelson swung hia left and right to the face. Nelson smiled determinedly and Gana had no chanee to rest. Nelson swung bla left to the jaw, but Joe retaliated with two wicked right upper cuts to tha Jaw. Nelaon then missed two vicious left upper'eutt and they worked In close. Nelson drove Gena back to the ropes aiul put in two let's to tha body before Gana clinched. They both mlesed left swings and a dally followed, Gane landing repeatedly on Nelson's faee. Nelson bad a abide the best of It. Round 25 Nelson rushed at once and nwung hla right to the eer. They fought and wrestled at close quarters and Nelson, breaking away, lent hia left to the stomach and then drove hia right to the Jaw.. Nelaon then sent two abort arm left Jolts to the face and n moment later whipped a left to the face. Nelson rocked the negroe'a head with right and left to the jaw. He followed thin with two rights and n left to the Jaw. Joe awoke from hla apparent somnolence and more than evened up mattera. hammering Nelson's face vialcously with right end left punches. They then went into close quarters and Juat before the bell rang, Oana shot hie left to the Jaw. Gana was n bit worsted early It the round, but had the better of the closing rally. Round 21 Nelaon forced Gana to the Topes, but could not pemrate Gane1 marvelous defense while In dangerous position!. They wrestled again about the ring, Gane resting up. Net-to- n landed n hard right swing to the head, but two left twinge at the lame place went glimmering. Then they boxed and Gene landed a left awing over the mouth and followed It with three straight lefts to the face. Then followed the Inevitable clinch, emerging from which Nelson upper cut Gana on the Jaw with left. : Both men appeared tired at this stage of the contest. It seems hard to predict the winner at this time. - ne-gro- af-re- terminated. black champion to the reefed, permitting Nelhla energy, trying to Dana waa agalnei tha bell visitors the Gana' Bounded. round. Round SO They fell against each other and Biler again warned Nelaon to cease fighting with hie head. They then locked heads aad roughed It at close quarters, Nelaon doing all the work, but not landing. Gane then put In two right upper cuts and then stalled and rested, apparently with n view of saving hia strength. It la in this manner that Gana displays hla great generalship. Gana then put in a light upper cut to Nelson's mouth and the Dane missed aereial vicious left end right awinga tpr the jew. Aa the bell sounded Nelaon deliberately hit liana aad the crowd went to its feet In a storm of protest. Borne one started three cheers for the negro, which drew forth n rousing response. Round SI Gana cleverly blorked Nation's attempts to land wild awing and again rested, permitting the younger man to do all (he work. Again 8llr told Nelson to quit using hla head and they went to dose quarters, wrestling and atalling. They wrestled for fully a minute without a blow being struck. They stalled and both appeared to be tired. Oana landed uppercuts with hla left to the face and then aent. Nflaon'a head back with a straight left to the face. The men were kicked In a clinch aa the bell rang. The fight npparently ha a settled down to a question of the survival of the fittest. Round S2 Gana danced away from the Dane's leads and aa usual closed in on Nelson's Initiative, filler again and again spoke to Nelson about using hla head on the negroe'e chin. Again came the almost interminable clinching and wrestling. Finally Nelaon awung a hard right to the Jaw and quickly, followed It with a left awing to the same place. Nelson's left eye la badly swollen and almost closed. back with two Gane sent Nelson straight lefts and three rights to Nelson's aore eye.' Oana caught Nelaon a terifle dip on the Jaw with a right hook and the Dane sent In a left to the face. The gong wae a relife to Nelnn and saved him from an almost sure defeat. Nelaon did not look very cheerful as he took hie sent. Round IS They closed in, Nelimn butting with his head. Gana peppered Netaon'e face to a Jelly with terrific right swings. Nelson's left eye ie entirely closed. Nelson punched Gam to the ropes and they fought nt close range, Gens resting and ,'aaving hla strength. Nelaon bled profusely, end Gena rested was a light to behold. again aa Nelaon bored In end partly wrestled and stalled. Gana aent Nelson back against the referee with a left clip to the jaw. Both men were very wreak aa the gong sounded. Nelaon for thn first timn showing grant weariness. Gnus' round. Round 34 The men wrestled and tailed for an opening: both seeming content to rest op. This continued, neither landing a blow. It waa wrestle, stall, wrestle aad stall again. Nelaon forced Gane. to the ropes and received right and left swings on the head. Nelaon worked In two short arm lefts to (he stomach and both men wrestled. Gsni nearly put Nelaon through the rapes. Joe was the fresher of the two ns the round ended. Nelson appeared very tired. It wee claimed that Gane had .turned hla foot In this round, which may seriously incapaicete him for the remainder of the eonteat." Round 36 It la the earns old story wrestle, atoll and wrestle without a blow being struck. Gane finally dipped in a straight left to the jaw ami again they rested each other's bend agalnet one another's shoulders. Gaos put in a right uppercut that lacked force and they went quickly to a ellnoh. Both men tottered about the at ring, not landing a blow. Nelson, elnee quarters, worked two left short-arJolts to the fane and the bell dosed a very slow and tiresome round. Round 36 Both iperred and then Cans started something with a straight right to the face.. Again they wrestled. Nelaon missed a forceful uppercut Intended for the Jaw and for a brief moment It looked as if the men were going to fight, hut such. waa not the esae. right awing Gans cleverly dsckel and then ran Into n right hook over the hooked n left to the Nelaon heart. stomach and at the dose get hie right lightly to the Jaw. Nelaon pushed Gana against the ropes and Gane Juat did step out of the way of right uppercut. was Nelson 37 again told Round to atop fighting with hla head. Gans vigorously objecting to Referee Biler gainst tbla style of scrapping. The men went again to the wrestling style and Nelaon swung n left for the Jaw that missed Ha mark three feet. They leaned np agalnat each other and little attempts to strike n blow were made. Then Gan shipped a powerful m I game. Forenoon game U.wton il t i'll .(.ihm m Washington Batteries Young ami and Vs-c- r. Second game ii.hi- Washington .. . Boston Batteries Wakt-flelr- - pe-w- stalling Da: '11 i Cngi-- i . M K 5.: g 1;; 4 ;; 5 4 Warner and Special ists 25 YEARS YEARS To the study and treatment of Chronic diseases of men, wotnea and children, having devoted special effort during our an lire profesaloosl life and are now rewarded Ly the discovery uf methods that give complete mastery of Nervous and Blood Diseases, t'surrh,.Deafness Rheumatism, Stomach, Kidney and Liver troubles. Detroit St Louis Blood Prison, Piles, Rupture, Varicocele, niu mm uni OuO lul in2-- 2 4 and e 6 2 12 0 uoO- 3 4 fit. Ijouia 0135 in 1. (Mu Mullln Glade and O Connor lib) and MEN'S DISEASES R 0 - Nerve Debility, Drug Habits Taken on a positive guarantee to cure Pavne; Bmttki and Spencer. Beoond game. null ink Detroit Batteries H. E. CONSULTATION Schmidt; Pittsburg Takes Two Games. Pittsburg. Sept. 3 The morning gome waa won by tbe Piusliurga In the Mound inning, when they named OR FREE, PERSONALLY OPEN OFFICE 2361 WASH. AYE. NATIONAL IEAGUE I DAY AND EVENINGS. When Writing. Address Drs. ELLIOTT & NORRIS Ogden two runa on on error by Crawford and two htaa. Tbe 81. Louis team got only one man to third base Score: 40-T- hey R H 020 000 Pittsburg 8t. Lout OOx -- 2 7 Wgntcd 0 010 0001 4 4 and BaUeriee Philippi Glhcon: Karger and Mnrahall. Afternoon game - jl ir bila wou tha afternoon game for the Pittaburg. Bunre: R. H. K. onu 220 12a 7 10 I Pittsburg 1AH 000 OUO 1 Bt. Louia 3 Batterlc Willis aAd Gibson; Hi glnbotham and Noonan. 50000 more men to smoke 00O Weslers Best t CIGARS Chicago Wins Turn Cincinnati. Bept- 3. Chicago won both game of a double-heade- r with Cincinnati today. The second, gams limited to aoven inning by Boors : R. H. E. Pint game. ooo 3 4 000 Ouo- -n Cincinnati 032 001 2(10 7 16 0 Chicago Batteries Weimer and living! on; Reulbach end Moran. R. H. E. Second game: 7 1 010 100 Cincinnati T 1 030 000 Chicago Batterin Hall, Smoot and Bchlet; Taylor and Kllng. itf - m Strictly Union Made L agree-Cmen- By special request we make at 375 Twenty-thir- Weslers Best Street, Ogden, Utah. d 03 15 Brooklyn Wins Twe Games. Brooklyn Philadelphia, Bop ily defeated Philadelphia in Loth game today. oBlh teams fielded well. from a ellneh Neleoa deliberately truck Gane low and the colored man lowly sank to the floor. The blow waa clearly observed by every one in the Irene aad there wee net a murmur of dissent from tha spectator aa battle wae termithe nated. Gane wae glveir the decision on the foul. Scores: First game: They Fear the Light R. H. E. 030 130 Brnuklya 001 8 11 7 000 000- -0 0 701 001 01010 13 fi 5 023 000 1 1 Philadelphia ....000 and Batteries Scanlon Bergen; Duggleby, Moeer and Donovan. R- - H. E. Second game: RESULTS AT SHEEPSHEAD Brooklyn Philadelphia. New York. Bept, 3. Sheepshead Bay result: First race, aix furionge Ftshhawk Eldorado third. won, Malta second, Time 1:10 about Second race, Steeplechase, two rad a half miles- - Grand Pa won, Pageant second, Paul Jones third. Time 5:15. Malden ' Third race, the Autumn slakes, five furlongs, futurity course Electioneer won, Touranne second, Aietho third. Time J:0fli . Fourth nice. Twin Otty handicap, mile and quarter Fine Cloth won, Neva bee second. Dishabille' Third. Time 3:07. Fifth race, six furlongs Far West won, Vanness second, Jscqnin third. 3-- Nep-tunu- Drs. Elliott & Norris K. e Time 1:1416. Bixth race, mile and a furlong Onaiaa won. Right Royal second, third. Time 1:641-6- . 9 BOB Falk-enbur- g H K n:in uni lul nun 3 fit. Lous a Couple, lletroit. Sepi. 3.- - 81 lv.iis Kink both games today. In be Arid every Itetr.iit eirur came when it cn.nle.l in nciring The second game was a g'eai piicher' Imitle until the ninth, when tullin weakened Score K First same. H K Batteries--Donahu- broken upby Gans punching Nelaon icinialy orer the heart with the rigir Wans followed this with two eraigl-- t right a to the face and It again lowed a if the deadlock would be broken li van only a flat-in the pan, however, and the men returned the lulling. Nelson being the chief offender. Nelaon. by way cf variety, rout in a hard left to the jaw and Gat 'ame back with two lefts te the jan Nelson's left eye la closed entire!.! now and he appears to he tiring rapidlj. atoned in at liveRound ly pace. Cans landing hi left to the ear. Then they stopped In a clinch Gana drove a left to tlie jaw and Nelaon retails ted with left uppercut to the jaw. The men did very little fighting. Gans got Nelaon a! arm length and took advantage of this conoearion by ending hia left twice to the Dane's ora fare. Gana complained again about Xelaon'a head and went Nelson head back with a left uppercut to the jaw. Round 41 They same up slowly and clinched. Gana asked Billy Nolan faWhat time I They cetiously, then resumed the clinching. Gang abut a straight right to the mouth and Nelaon rebuked him with two lefts (o the stomach. Nelaon whipped his left to the eye and the men ceased fighting entirely- - Suddenly Nelaon landed a hard left hook to the jaw and Gane fought him away, landing two lefts to the face and a rlgth to the body. Both men wrestled wearily about the ring and It waa hard to tell which waa the tlie men went more tired at the two to their corners. Round 43 Gane storied the round with a straight left to the face and they clinched. Aa the men broke out l Inn 4 - - t- Winter an.l Cam gun : t .w-- 5 i lJIOfi. 4, R . - tirr-tom- ef:erniNHi Score: nipt follow vd HEITEMltER MORNING, left to ihe wind and . 'bet cinched. Both men are ver oart-f;:si up the crowd by cat chi m. ioug ruiae and puii:iie it reiersl Tiiift came the straight left to ihe bell and a real. in and Round SS Nelson m to keep Gan harked up qulckl ,i i.we him the Dane nt a dtstanee e, Can to apar at long rar.e lined bitterly about VImui rcs'-url.in ud hla head on his Ui'ci boulders. N elves awui-t- . a lift to the t. Can clln. put in jaw and. after a fu.-- r Ro!h two rlgh's to (he Itautmen leg weary an i- sia 'ej ar..! clinched aa much as tunull It ms next to Impossible to gel he Dane to fight at long range and he realized that hia only hope of idling lay In close range fighting, or- 'a her wresth content Gan seemed ling to ease up. hi left twice Round 8- 9- GanaJabheJ to the face before Nels-- could get to quarters. Then It was aa even round close and wrestling which with both men tired. Round 21 Gana jabbed Nelaon on the mouth with left and Nelson butted the colored man with his head. Kelson then put left and right to the jaw and shortly afterwards swung hi left to toe stomach and tight to the jaw. Then thev clinched and Nelson drove Jo to the ropes with a left hook to the &oe. The men wrestled to 'he center of the ring and Gana sen; t wo right swings to the face. Nelaon tried to wrestle Gana to the ropes, but Gana, like a rejuvenated man. drove with several fearful Nelson back clouts to the jaw. the first of which aeni Nelaon tottering half way across the ring. Gana kept at hla man. who was groggy, and die bell's dang waa a welcome sound to Nelaon, as he went to hla oorner. U waa Gana round Round 28 Nelaon rushed to close quarters, apparently aa strong ns ever. He followed Gane about, but failed to land the negro. Nelson's recuperative powers are almost superhuman. The men wrestled and roughed it In the center of the ring and exchanged right whips to the Jaw. Gana then rut loose again and mercilessly peppered Kelson's face and Jaw wtdt right and left. The Dane merely shook hla head and wrestled the ropes. Gsas aon to waste land awing. ropes as the TTKKUay - ix.nn.1 which favor. 1TAII, HOPES, s .,.000 1 Batteries McIntyre, Ritter and Bergen; Sparks, Richie, Donovan and Houston. Light ONE GREAT ADVANTAGE OF ELECTRIC LIGHTS OVER ALL OTHERS. American Association. At Indianapolis, second game Indianapolis 1. Louisville 4. At Columbtta,' second game Colum- bus 2, Toledo 4. Min- Lin-ool- n 6. 3-- Mias Dnyle won. John L. English second, England third. Time 1:30 Fooling tha Grand Trunk. Fifth race, seven furlongs Haughty Sometime the railroads play right won. Merry Belle second, Angleta Into the dishonest broker' hands. A third. Time 1:171-6- . cate of this sort waa discovered by acBixth race, selling, six furlong A 111 t a won. Percy Greene second, Op- cident by a broker who was riding on the brand Trunk, and he used it to tional third. Time 1:10. good advantage (mill the railroad official got on to him. For Kim reason AMERICAN LEAGUE the Grand Trunk made a rale that the first conductor should take tip the ticket and gir the passenger a slip on Twe New York Take Game. which were printed rows of figures New York. Bept. I. New York scor- representing units, tons, and hundred, ed two victories in today's double-head- rite stations along the line were all After New numbered, 0 that 150 represented with Philadelphia. York tied the score In the ninth of Portland, for .Instance. A slip with the second game ther were given the 1 6 .6 punched Indicated that the holdgame by forfeit owing to the persist- er waa entitled to ride to Portland on ent objections of the visitors to a de- any train of the road, but there wen cision of Ihe umpire, who ruled that nothing to sho where he got on. The there waa Interference on a hit by lip wae taken np by the last conductWilliams which sent In the tying ran. or. In (lie first game Elherfleld was put The moment the broker saw one of out of the game for assaulting tbe em- these he saw a way to heat the railpire. Score: road company, and he did It. He got R. H. E. a ticket from Toronto to Portland. Me., First game. Wirt fill 0014 8 0 New York and sold It to g man going to MontrePhiladelphia ....100 oOl 01 -- 3 G 3 al. At Montreal tbe slip was sold to Batteries Goble, fhrnbro and Ma- some man going to station weal of guire; Blgert and Powers. Portland, and when the purchaser was R. H. E. through with if he mailed It bark to Second game. Philadelphia ....rtrtft 003 OOO 3 6 3 the Montreal office, where It was nld inn (h)0 0023 4 1 again. He used those slips over and New York Batteries Waddell and Schrack; over again until one day the suspicions Chesbro and McGuire. of a conductor were aroused. He noThe game was forfeited. ticed that a slip bearing the same number. was used out of Montreal on two occasions. He reported the matter Cleveland Wins Beth. system was Cleveland, Bept. 3. In the morning to the company, andhut(henot until the at ogee, changed defeated easCleveland Chicago game made thousands of dollars. had broker 3. 10 to Townsend wee ily today, knocked out of the box In the first MORMONS IN MEXICO. inning, but Hess, who succeeded, him, was a puxfle. AKrnrk was slo knockMexico CHy. Bept. 8. Mormon reped out of the box and Patterson, who have purchased another resentatives an was easy proposition. replaced him, In Mexico. Borne Score: R. H. E.' large tract of laud colonis031 ons lOx 10 17 1 time ago they purchased for Cleveland tract of land lu a large OOO purposes ing oni 200 3 0 Chicago l Ihe state of Mexico and another In ; Batteries Townsend, He and the state of Oaxaca and within the A It rock. Patterson and Towne.' Afternoon game. Cleveland defeats! last few day have rinsed a deal for rich land in the Feurie Chicago again this afternoon. Score: 80.000 acres of Sinaloa. It Is said R. H. E. river, of the state of 12.000 Mormon send tn to be the plait Batteries Rhodes end Bemie; end NeColorado from Utah, families Owen. Smith and Town. e vada Into Mexico. A abort time ag" Mormon Interests Brake Evan. secured from tbe Mexican government 8. Boston. Bept. Washington lost a concession covering the manufacture thia morning's game. 4 to 1. by field-leof beet sugar lu Mexico. It la proposed errors. Superior batting gave the to invest CSM.OGO sold in industry. er 1 ....:. ue R. S. CAMPBELL. Genaral Managar E. W. WADE, Agent Kan- Louisville. Ky., Sept. 3. One of the Western Association. largest crowd in the history of KenAt Dea Moines, Ural game Ora tucky racing witnessed the opening of 5, Omaha 2. Second game the new 3500,000 Douglas park track Mninaa 4. Omaha 1. , DeeAt Molnee today. Rcstilta: Lincoln, Neb., second game Dnmo First, race, alx forkings-D- on 8, Sioux City 3. won. Hector aeaond, Mllliadea third. 1:17. Urn GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP. Ramada Second race, five furlong St. Louis, Befit. 3. The Western AsLena third.' second. Demo lime sociation won. golf team, captained by H. 1 :0S Chandler Egan, former national and Enmile Third race. Belling, The weslern champion, won the present MarAmherita second. glishman won. tram Olympic cup championship today shal Key third. Time 3:44 on the cnnrta Of the Glen Echo CounFourth race. Douglas park handicap try club with a total of G35 stroke. g I Turn on the Now Verk Takas Two From Beaten. New York, Bept. 3. Tbe New York Nationals won both game of today's dmibliwheeder from Boeion. Score: R. H. E. First game: 020 100 Oil 4 8 1 New York non Oort nftO 0 3 2 Boston Breen ah in Batteries Mathewson, and Smith; Pfeifer and O'Neil. R. H. E. Second gamy: ooo oni 0013 8 1 New York ?..0(i0 lull 000 3 8 3 Botina Hatterlea Ames, Will and Brcwia. han; Linda man and O'Neil. , At Minneaptdia. second game neapolis 3, Milwaukee 1. At Kansas City, second game sas City 3, Bt. Paul 4. LOUISVILLE RESULTS WHO DOTHE WRONG BURGLARS, SNEAK THIEVES AND THAT LIKE. InterMountain Fait September 20th, 21st and 22d . ' . Following the suggextion of President Nye, the following business men offer special premiums. Any others wishing to offer premiums should see tbe President or. Secretary and hare them included in this list: - Special Premiums J. C. Nye offers 325.00 cash for the greatest variety aad beat quallt) of farm products railed by the exhibitor. Money divided, first $16.00, see ond 110.00. F. J. Henderahot offers $5.00 for the beat specimen at clay modeling by amateur. J. 8. Lewis A Co. offers $25.00 In merchandise for the bast general ila play md quality of fruit, to consist at not Icm than five varieties one boa of earh quality; fruit to be grown by the exhibitor. Fred M. Nye Co. offers $15.00 an poultry. $5.00 In merchandise for the beat pen of white birds; $5.0l in merchandise for the best, pen of parti colored birds; $5.00 cash for tbe highest touring made of any brand or mriety. Blackman A Griffin Co. offer $26.00 rash for best dalrjr cow owned first $15.00. Money divided, by patrons of the consolidated creameries. second $10.00. Teat: Largeal amount of butter fat; cowa to be milked on ground. five largest water 35.00 for the D. Ragan will purchase melons. melons exhibited by one person; $5.00 for vo do, cantaloupes beat variety by one pemun. Melons must be grown tv exhibitors. A. L. Brewer offer $30.00 for best display of tomatoes raised by exhibitors, who must be contractor with one of the following canning fc Plain City, $5.00; North Osden, 3E.UU; lories. Money divided aa follows: Riverdale, $5.00; L'lntah, $5.00; Willard. $5.00; Hooper, $5.00. Fred Massa will give picture or vaae valued at $5.00 for tbe best specimen of hand painted china. A. M. Vender Vile offers $10.00 cash for the largest and bent exhibit cattle. of A. M. Vender Vlies offers $10.00 for the largest and heat exhibit of Short-Horne- d wine. Wm. Glaamann offers five year subscription to tha Ogden Evening bread, one year subanrlptlon. Standard. For the bent loaf home-madthe dia best and For variety the beat layer cake, one year subscription. For the beat apecfcnro Jellies, one year auhaeriptinn. play of bome-madg by lady over 70 years old. one year subscription. For plain P e e hand-sewin- the beat shirt, unlaundered, one year subscription. Bread and cakee to be exhibited second day at 10 a. m. Tbe Ogden Packing and Provision Co. will buy fat hog. . For tha bast pen, not exceeding five head, weighing from 175 to 250 lbs. each, will' pay ' e per lb. live weight. For second best pen. same eonditkina, will pay cent per pound above market price. For all competing hogs, aame ' cent above the market price. conditions as above offer, will pay In merchandise j Richardson A Grant, tha crockery people, will give ! far the beat exhibit of sugar been. Richardson A Grant, the crorkery people, will give $5.00 in marehan- - t . j disc, for tbe beat display of tomatoes not less than one bushel. A. E. Wealherby offer $10.00 cash prise on veal calves. For tvro hast j end fattest veel calves not over six weeks old $5.00 each, and will buy all j entered In competition at market price. Edgar Jon Co. will buy fruit. Will pay $5.00 for tha best bushel of apples and $5.00 for the beat bushel of peaches. Entries must be made for all special premiums, (ha sme as for premiums offered by the association. Boyle Furniture Co. will give appropriate picrufe, value $10.00, for best general exhibit made by city public schools. Ogden Furniture and Carpet. Co. will give appropriate picture, value $10.00, for beat general exhibit made by county public schools. band-mad- one-ha- lf one-four- th $5-0- .1 , .