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B 10 rvi:NiNo i)uim:tin, honoutu.'. r n. hatimiuay. jan. 2a, 1000
I iMayflowcr The Mayf lower $framps httower
Big Winnings on
Lou Anecs Jan T Henderson, &
Lomm, thr- loiiisvlllo horsuuien, wal
loiioi! the local rlns I" a pretty brov.ii
today when Ihelr smart cult, l"r.iiik O
Jlogcin tumped down In frtiut tin Q:hS
winner In llic two. on uld event. Shll
11ns rushed IiIm iwmiil lulu .1 potiiui mil
lnu cm I) load, winning with MinieihlnB
to imre rrom Vlrpfo t'nuL, the odds on
fovorltn. Don Fr.inco. tho llaldwlil
loiirenentatlii. wob third Thciso c!o?o
to llcnderMin & Hosan idnlm that $25,
000 la n.contprvntlo ustlmato of their
winning!! on thi- coup Tho victory
'also had another .'iluso to It, Itiatniucli
as It marked the dfth lctory for Shll
'ling out of the hW lwo-carold uvonti
thus far decided Tho Hlogan now
lic'ard wheni-vrr tho liahy racers pa
jwle U "ttlnt dors Shilling rlik'T"
.lncki. lliillm in nfter n 'ImiK tih
fcetico from the fii.lillo, made liln 11 v
lioarunei' In tho bt'cond raco today
ntiMc nnmlthllda, n 50-tol ehot.
N'lt Goolwlii mid Ills lirlilc. former
yUer IIi'ii 1 (JoodrUh, occuplud n foot.
Kttt Ih Kuld in Imc won f'22m) oil l'"i'ati'.!
NAVY ATHLETES TORM
I'hllailelphl.i, I'n , .Ian. r, The
uinri-ia mid ci.'W of the battleship
Mlsalxalppl, now nt the I'hlladelpl.ln
Is'nvy Vunl, me foiinliiK 11 ppimnncnt
nthlet!'- aw o-ialion foi the purposo
Of promoting utlilotli-M In all lirunch
06. Tho MltrlsHlppI linu liten ono of
'the I eld 1 11 it ulilps fn the N.ivy In atl-
. Icllti-, iii.d IiujhIs tin' eliniiiplonshlp
hac'jiill nlnp Her fcothall 1 levcn
jvau (loff-itnd 1.1. t husononly by the
Itluho to 1111, i'ie onlv naval eleven
that iiinde the MUnliippl team hus
tle. Her lilurjaelieln won tho IiIk
- tiiK-of-var mm h mcontly held un
der tho auplreu of the Military Ath
letic An n I Ml' m nrl of (iirmulat
Inc tho oiBunUatlon wms cnrrloil out
by KtiHfKn Det'Kei Mliluhlpinan lioj'l.
nnd Chief Mnntoi-iii-Ainik 1'. J. CInik.
KlielKll Dcckur is nlected piealdcnt
anil Clark lre p.ciildeiit (liiunei'8
JIato A. I. Watson wan chosen ticas
tirer and Vcomnn TiUtle uocretury.
Tho oxecutlvn eoiiimUtee lonnlatii of
.Midshipman Iloyd, Doatsw.iln'H Mute
CnlniP3, Qumtprinaster I-agle, (inn.
, ner's Mitto Cnileey, Coxswain Myers,
Hon man I.ahbele, Maclilnlat'fi M11I0
Ilcjton and Ollors'Joffoibon nnd Me-'
THIS is an upper view of our
Twenty-Stamp Mill, showing
the ore bins in the rear.
These stamps can handle 80
tens of ore per day, and allowing 300
working days In the year, this means
on annual output of 24,000 tons per
annum. The general run of ore from
the "Maj flower" lias netted about
MO per ton and in no place has the
mine been worked to a depth of 860
In nil the crcat mines around us
values substantially increase with
depth. There is not one known ex
ception in our district to this inflex
ible rule. The "Empire", for in
stance, has an annual output approx
imating $1,000,000 and is now down
to the 3500-foot level, and making
preparations to go much lower. The
"Idaho Maryland," a short distance
west of us, is taking out richer quattz
than ever from its lower levels to
day, end the "North Star" has just
pnid a December dividend of $187,
600 (quarterly) and in addition lias
added $300,000 cash to its reserve
fund. And all this from ore that has
to be taken from levels nearly a mile
down in the bowels of the earth.
GEO. M. SHAW, Agent,
Try And Take
WASHINGTON. U. C, Dec. 27.
On the forthcoming African trip the
I'rvsldcnt will try to capture a few
of 'cm allvo arid crate 'em homo to
tiio WaitiliiKton Zoo. Ho has made
no xpecllU' promise til this effect, but
Inquiry has boon made at the zoo
from tho White House as to what
African animal' arc lacking, and
Head Keeper Illackburn Is wngKlng
his head and sponMng mysteriously
about prospective additions to his
Nono of the highly prized and al
most extinct animals from tho dark
continent Is at the zoo, although tho
(ollectlon of the better known ani
mals Is excellent.
Two African animals which l)r.
I'ranU Maker, the superintendent, Is
desirous of adding to tho collection
tire the oryx, a South African nntc
Idpe, and tho klceno bolt, another spe
cies of antelope. Tho oryx has tho
iniino nnd tall of a horse and tho legs
mid feet of an antelope. Its horn
me about three feet In length and It
Is cry 'fleet of foot.
Thu klcene hok, Is tho smallest va
riety of antejope known. It Is only
n foot hlglfnt the shoulder and Is, fo
timid that It Is almost Impossible fo.
hunters to get close enough to kill
IAir several years Head Keeper
Illackburn uimi has been especially
anxious to obtain u kahau, tho "pro
boscis monkey." This npe Is about
thrco feet high, and Is regarded ns
ono of llio rarest of tho monkey fam
ily. It Is remarkable for Its great
length of nose, from which It derives
lis name. Whllq tho npe Is a nattvo
of llorneo, a number hnvo been Bhlp-
ppd from Afrlcu recently
A llfit of Iheco nnlnnls will ho fur-1
iiImio'' t' ")p TuxiiUni in roro lie de
rails, and as the ca.u!iiiont will In
1 lude matci lal for tupturtiiK blK panio
tho future ma) tve Installed In the
zoo hero a Hooscvelt nnnox.
MAYOR CHAMPION SHOT
I Crawfordsvllle, Jnd Jnn. 2., May
or IMward A'orj's, CraWforlsvllo's
"ehootlng Mayor," won tho champion
ship of Ohio. Indlaun.'nn'd Kentucky
at Dtyton, Ivy., defeating twenty
.threo entries. Vorys tilled t'wenty
four out of twenty-ilvo birds.
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YtT A TVT TfYIXT Fiscal Agent Mayflower Mine
JL xLl MJKJf W Offioe, Suite 51 & 52 Alexander Young: Bid
I.OS AN.OI:m:3, Calif., Jan. fi.
Idg Jim Jolfrlcs disappointed the, en-
Ions eloment of the local sporting
world, who expected to seu the retir
ed champion don his training togs In
tho pjmnaslnni of a Spring street nth
lotlc elub today. Tho champion
made good on his declaration thai bo
Intended to start light training, hut
In Indulged In his morning work out
In the back yard of his home on Cy
picss men no.
"It would have taken the whole
pollco force to keep the crowd nway
If I had started work downtown," said
Jeff tonight. "Kvery Tom. Dick mnj
Harry would have been butting In to
kcc wlint 1 weighed, and there would
luue been various other unnoynnces.
Tor this icasim I have fixed up a lit
tle gymnasium of my own lit my res
idence. "I have a punching bag up In po
rtion, but I will do more dumbbell
t.nd rope-shipping work than any
thing else, as I want to get my wind
Ir condition to piny the San 1'rnn
clsco theatrical engagement, lly the
way, tho contract from the Wlgwm'n
people did not arrive today, us I had
been advised It would. It's possibly
on the way. 1 did my road work this
afternoon by ciowdlng my way
through the betting ring lit Santa
Anita several times. It you don't be
lieve that's work, try It once."
That Jeff Is'taklng himself mid Ills
work seriously was shown by thn
fact that ho cut down his dally al
lowance of tobacco today. When It
comes to drinking with his patrons,
Jim Is playing the mlnural water 01T
his own bur, Thu blight sparkle In
Jeffries' eyes denotes! tho pel feet
health that Is only awaiting u cllanco
to assert itself. Thu hjg fellow'
friends are tonimenclng to lioliovo
that several months' training would
put him In fair condition to tuckio
Jack Johnson. In this connection
Jeffries still shouts "No!" but keeps
his fingers out of Bight.
it n a
EDWARDS KNOCKS OUT BELL
San I'Vnnclbco, Cnllf , Jan. 8. Tho
scheduled -0-rounct bout'between Ktd
Hell mid IVanklo Kchvardaf Point
UKiiinond last night lasted only four'
1 omuls, whon Hell was knocked out.
Hdwaids, who had all tho better of
the go fiom tho start, had little dllll
culty In putting Hell out. Jack
Welch icferccd mid a largo crowd
was present. Hell Is a protege of
Sam Lnngfoid, who was at tho ring
side It It It ,
N'anu'3 of new placrs for Seals
may boon be disclosed.
Itnce-gocrs arc angered by disqual
ification of Clolidllght.
DOTS AND DASHES TR0M
THE REALM OF SPORT
Stanley Kctcbel has ticpu arrested
on tomplulnt of Michigan girl, who
iillegc.1 breach. of piomlso mid de
mands (10,000 d.linnges.
tt Jt "
Thn California Stale League makes
arrangements to place "outlaw" basu
ball tennis In San I'rancisco and Los
it it n
I'lnn tu conduct winter race meet
ing ut New Orleans formed unc only
Individual betting will bo peimltled.
It It 'it
Corbett reiterates his willingness
to fight for world's championship If
suitable offer comes fiom Austialla'.
Stanford University has been ad
mitted to full membership In tho
Ixiuilun ltugby Union.
II It It
Ybor mid Vaneii, both nt fiO to 1,
furnished iiurpilses- at Airiultii, whciu
talent fines badly.
it it n
Sam Ilcrger will hold Marathon
raco at Itecreatlou Park, S.in Francis,
co, Sunday, 1'eb. 7.
II It II
l'aiille Coast League nili-eil to claw
AA by national commission and ginu
II It tt
Willis llrltt steals Champion Stan
ley Kctehel from .loo O'Connor.
Kinnklu Kilwanls whips Kid Hell
In four iiimids at Richmond.
tt 'n tt
?ACKY MTARLAND AND
WUNG OTTO MAY FIOHT
1.03 ANtlrXKS, Calif; Jan. fi. -I'm
li) Mi I'tirlnnil will give' young Ol
io n battle. Otto has posted tlOOl)
with thn s)ortlng editor of the New
York Journal In support of 11 ch.il
Ipngo to Mcl'arland, Otto stilted that
I'ucky could have all tho guto iu
telpts If he would only consent In
Ilariy (ilmore, Mci-Vrland's maii
ager, comes back as follows:
"Wr will give this fellow nil tho
action he wants. If Otto Is willing
to allow this $U)0U lo'ko as it side
bet, then ca for me that tho match
U on. We wll make tho teims mobt
itisnnahlu for him. Otto inn make
the weight at 15:1 nt a o'clock. Wo
will take lit ill oii'befmo mi) club of
fellng us n poirenfago basis mid vvn
will divide tho boxers' sharo of tlio
inoiioy 7C percent, lo the winjier and
1 per cent to tho !fccr."
It II n
llakertfleld, Csllf., Jmi. 5. Mana
ger KrnUoliffiId of thu Hmplro Ath
Ictlc Club tonight matched Hattllng
Johnson, thu Husslan heavyweight,
to' meet Jack Hums of aodlflpld In
this city for twenty loundsou.'Jauu
ury 21, 1
Call, Wri:e or
I.OS .VNtHIMIS, Cullf., Jan. 7
Jim Jeffries Is the biggest man In tho
sporting world today. The retired
champion has 1 coo hod mi 01101 menu
nuioiiiit of woiht-wlde advertising
since the Sydno battle between .lad;
Johnson unci Tummy Hums. As 11 re
sult be finds himself constantly In
demand 011 all sides, and the usual
peace mid unlet of the self-satlslled
hlg boy Is being corlcmsly disturbed.
With stole good giiicu ho Is hold
ing tho fort nt his Spring street le
101 1. Ills heavy deluge of mall and
telegrams Is being lookvcl after by Ills
business paitnei, Jack Kipper. Sim's
1:1 catost dllllculty Is In dodging am
bitions poisons who Want to becnuto
his manager or have other proposi
tions of n, similar iintiue to iiuike. A
li!ilf-di7cn of those Individuals who
thought they had only tu ask mid
they would receive mo now wonder
ing ut their own temerity.
The writer has iccolved an Invita
tion to visit Jeffries at his homo dot
ing one of Jim's inclining workouts,
"You won't seo much." said Jeff,
"because I am In no condition. I nm
slmpl) vv 01 king to get my wind In
shape so that 1 can till my theatrical
engagement 11 pugit'h; that's all."
The S,in Piaucis.o theatilcal mag
nates me going to take no chances ut
luting Jeffries, :
n ii n
ONE THOUSAND PEOPLE IN
NEW ORLEANS F0R.RACINQ
New Orleans, I.n , Jan. C. 1'ioh
ubly a thousand people nsspinjilpd to
night, meet lug to condemn tho l.ocko
law which pinhlblts laco meetings
Notwithstanding that IM. Conl
gan today condemned halr-mllo
t m I s, a lymphatic protest was mado
In llui 1 ('solutions adopted at thu
meeting t-iulght. IteFolutlnns declar
ing t cat 1.1111:1 nary laws had serious
ly Injutcd the business of thu clt
mid urging tho lestnrnllcm of lacing
under pioper tegulatlous vvoio adopt
ed unanimously. Incidentally, 11 res.
olutluu was adopted voicing piotests
'I'hrt Ifitl.u Ivnm iiitiknrtinl Ivi. i..,l
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iheli burden was that tlio city should
not ho dlv eiited of nil Its amusement
features at tho bacilflce of Its eco
II It II
LEWIS TOO FAST
Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 5-Harry
Lewis, thu welterweight who claims
I linmnlflMutll,. I). Hani iIiil. ilnl. .itn.t
ii.tiij .wiuibiiecti in u IUHI IJOCIC UUIU
to'iilght. Mansfltld, though outpoin
ted, was strong mid willing nt thu
cud of thu sixth lound,
tr.H.. i... n.ti j.. n r....A 1
IF VALUES on our property did
not increase with, depth the
same as our royal neighbors, it)
i would simply be an unprece
dented freak of nature. But we will
cssumc that the values from the low
er levels are exactly the same as, the
past average production, or'only $10
net per ton. On an annual output of
24,000 tons ns before mentioned, this
-would give us $240,000 profit per
annum, or 20 on the par value of
our entire capital, or 80't a year to
"the man who secures his stotk today
at 25 cents per. Hojv does 80
utriko you as n minimum investment
return? If you know of a better buy,
pat me next. T will tell you this is
your "OPPORTUNITY" for a safe,
sound, high-paying investment. Pass
jour plate. Do not dclav nny longej, "
Oct your share while opportunity ex
tends the Ooldcn Hand.
" 'Twill be passing strange" if
''Mayflower" docs not crowd to the
hmit the best and richcstJnincs that
California ever had the right to
boast of. I have n special proposi
tion to make yon if yoa will cotnc in
this week and see me. Better look
into it. BUY "MAYFLOWER"
STOCK. BUY IT NOW!
Phone for a Pospeclus
UtxKSklttf 'rrm IiiiM 0l
MAY MAK BRYAN
L1NCOLN, Neb., Jan. 22 -Tho Nebraska House of Itcprc.xontatlvci
has approved or lliu bill establishing the system of direct primaries hi
tho Slnto for thu cholcu of Ilnltud States Senators. This bill has been
frunied with tho design of giving William Jennings llry.in a climiee In bo
chosen as a Senator.
WASHINGTON, I). C, Jmi. 22.-Peniitor Knox mid SecietAry Hn.it
testified today beforu thn Kcdoral (limid Jmy of tho District of Colum
bia as to their knowledge of thn nun li.ni.ft hi-.tim An,,..,!,..... n.. ,
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id the Panama Canal concessions .from tho French stockholders. Tho
i.uostmice or tnelr evidence has noi
The Biibpoenas Issued for Shaw and McLaughlin, of tho staff of tho
Now V01 It Win Id, hnvo been tr-l aildc ns unconstitutional, In that Hie
C'idciKu which llio Washington correspondenls would glvu might bu such
11,1 would Incriminate thorn.
1 i 1 ml
TO HELP MITCHELL AND G0MPERS
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind Jan. 22. At thu Mlnu Workers' Convention
In session here twenty-IIVe hundred dollars was voted today to llnancu
the appeal taken from thu contempt of court verdict "of tho Stipiomu
Com l of tho District of Columbia In tho case of (fompeis nnd Mitchell.
m 1 1 m .
TAFT'S CABINET CONFERENCE
AUOllsTA, (la., Jan. 22.- Senitor Knox and Finnic !!. Illlcluocl;
bavii boon rfuminoiied to Charleston for Sunday to confer with I'lesldent
elect Taft legmdlng his Cabinet selections'.
KILLED m TRAIN WRECK
JOHNSTOWN, Ia., Jnn. 22. Three persons wetu killed huic today
as thu result of a tiulu wreck
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WELL. HERE'S AN ACTOR
WITH THEBia RACE TALK
CIHOApQ, III., Jan. 5. Victor
M0010, tin.' actor who won $10,001) 0:1
L'lm mid V'm In St. Louts last week, Is
determined to owli a lacing stable,
lie has asked lloiman Hi iiiult, who U
handling thu giuat colt C.liapullppec,
lo put u prlco on thu incur. He got
I Into communication with Iliaudt at.
I the Santo Anita track at Los Angeles
ii) who yu.siuru.iy inn) expects ail nil-
swci' nny minute.
Chnpultepee 13 to fnnn tho nucleus
nt the proposud Mooiu stablt', Thu
loiiiedlnn of'Tlic Talk of New Yolk '
does not think that lacing Is alto
gether dead In tho Hinplrc State, und
beliuws that tlovuinor llngbos-'wlll
iVentually tecedo fiom his position
In opposing iiicetrneks.
It Is Mooiu's Intention to have one
of tho stiongest racing stables In tho
Buy It Now I
iyA,w I Vj! . r .
licen niadu public.
j -n . 1
AMATEUR STANDS OFF
JACK TWIN SULLIVAN
Ho3ton. Mass., Jan fi. Jack
(Twin) Sullivan iTnd Hilly McKln
I'liii.tli,. iimnteur heavyweight chum,
plon, fought a r.ist 12-iouiid draw be
fore the Aiinoiy Atliletlc Association.
It was McKlmion's Hist piofesslonnl
light ami thu showing he niadu
against the veteiun was llist-clasi.
Pig's blood ctues Incipient cnhP.t ot
luberciilosls, according to Chicago
tt tt tt t; m tt tt n it a tt tt tt t
country, and If ho can tecum Chn
pultepee ho feels iibsiued that bn will
have madu a good Btmt. Hu kas
that if hu uv'er does cit n klnl.l.. ,ir
such live oiiei hu will matte dales'
iiet-jou-n-uillllon" talk look like nt.
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