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i:vi:nin(i mm.i.ctin, honoi.uuj, t. ii., Monday, sept. 13, i909.
S P CRT's
I Looal and National
Fine Golf Play
Ab n itMUlt or Hie flint luilf of the
"2 holo limit li ilicil nil tlit llnkj
1 ii llio Sin 1'iiiiichu) Oulf nml Ciniii-I
try Clilli at liigliMldr on August 17,
Jincdininlrl Htimii of Cliin-mout nnlii-l
el o IcArt of llireo luilcs out Ihej
loCnl rnufraMjiiul Jolm lllnck. It
was gt'iiouUy cimcetleil tlmt Mark!
would gain n l3il o:i his nwn cntrs
liut till. li nllcil to ito nml the n.liU
tiro uow oil ta favor ol ynuns Smith '
winning uy n cooij mni-Rln, n the
tci'onil half will be ilu.wd on till
homo links ut Clarcmont.
In the morning round of elfilitccn
holes Iiolh plajeii ic:eutoilly fall
rtl to JtnlRe tlm BtrrnRth of the
Breciis and ai a renult llirlr plio
linnlljr mrno up to expectations.
Their liicilal scores for the morning
nmmU wcro Illnrk 7(1, Smith 77,
Iwilii5 lllack with a- lead of ono
In the afternoon Smith, after tak
liiB forty to co out. to mark's furty
iim', ltlark ut tho Iwenty-sovciitli
hole licliig one up, camo hoiuu bril
liantly In thirl )-ihrep unit pilncil
four IiuIm on the Inst nlno, innkliiK
him thleo 'up on tho day's play.
Smith's brilliant Iron pl.iy was tho
feature of the match, lll.ick cone
pletvly fAllIng to do blmielf Jus
tify with tho I. on i. The home pio-
feialonal never seemed to get pro-j
perly ftultlcil dawn to his Kninonnu
It Is probable, that tho Importance)
of tho occasion hail something to do
with this. Smlll . on tho other ham1
nan con at nil MaRci. and, for surh
a joiith, his Hto'idlncs nml accurne
Tho Mint hole went to lll.uk, four
to lit o. Sot I Hi niteinii; it short putt.
" Tlio Kotund w.is Iialvrd In llo and
lllack tcok tho llilid In he to six.
Tho' foitilh .holo wan halved In four,
boill men f.illlni; to hole their putts
foi thiee. Smith holed a Kiiod putt ot
ten fet foi a flirt p nml a win at tho
fifth hi'le The rKiIi and mucnlli
tttio htilwtl In lite each, both' men
iuI-kIiik (hunres foi fouri.
The eighth hole uetit to lllark,
four lo lUe, Smllli iik.iIii mlsitiiK a
compaiatlvely easy putt. The ninth
wa liahed In a perfeit thiee, kIvIhb
Hlaek n Iu.ul of two at the ninth
8-itlth wi'n the tenth, three to
friir, tho uloionili baliiK halved in 'i
pcifwt fmir. "iho twelfth was uln
linUed into, b tli men plnlnn per
fect Rolf. Iloth men nppio.icheil
noHhly at tho thirtrenlh hole, the
icsult belni: n half In five. Lllack
mitred .1 putt of three feet nt tho
luurleenth. Smith niiuailng the
match Vilth n four, lllack again
diitfed his inn up tlirt at tho short
rifrceutli, Smith winning, three to
four.. The hIMccnth. both were
ilioit with I li oil- nppioachcs, but
Hliuk rc-oercd well and won In
four to llc. The seventienth hulo
was hahed In a perfect three. Com
ing to the home hole, Smith made
his first mistake off tho tec, driv
ing out of bounds, lo.dnK tho holo
In four to live.
This left lllark one up on tho
The ntteiidaiico, which was good
In th morning, was greatly aug
mented wlicn tho men drovo oft for
tho cccoiid eighteen holes.
The fit Ht hole was halved with
out anything rpeclnl occurring In
four. On the recond green lllack
made n serious error of Judgment,
lie was st tilled by Smith's ball, and
limtc.ul.of pl-i.lng safe tiled lo hole
the putt, Kttlkl'ig his opponent's
lull. He misled tho icsultlng putt
of four feet nml gave a half.
At tho long Ihlnl bole 500 ynrdi
Smith laid a full clo'k shot ten
feel fioin the bote, and holing Iho
putt won In four til six. This wnf
piobably the finest shot ot the match
nml put Smith even. The ftmrth
holo lllack plncd Indifferently,
Smith winning four to live. The
fifth went to lllack, Ihreo (o four
and thu sixth wai halved In live.
The Kcu'tith was won by lllack In n
good four to five. At the eighth
hole Black won lu four. Smith miss
ing nnotlicr putt. Tho, ninth wni
Smith's, time to four, leaving
lllack one up on the twenty-seven
Tho tenth nnd eleventh hole
wcie halted In perfect golf In three
and four, The twelfth hole Smith
tveu, four to live, again evening the
sio.e. The thlitcenlh bule nwi
halted lu lite, S ill t li having linn
luck for a four. Smith had n mag
ultlceut approich idiot , to within
Jtwplto feel of the fourteenth, nnd
hilling his putt won lu a grand tlnei
to four. rue liflecnin noie win
halt id lu a pefeet three, flulng tt
the rlMicnth hole Smith p!.icd .
beaut Iful nppio.teh onln the greer
out of the rough. Illnrk dulling hit
nppioach and losing the hole In foul
to flto made. Smith dormy two. The
short setontccnth was halved In
Ihrcij, mid the eighteenth lllack was
again weak on the putting green,
Smith winning easily In four to six,
leaving him with a lead of thrci
holes on the thirty-six p1aed.
The oung jiiofesslimnl ho Is'nn
ly eighteen cnrs old was hcnrtlly.
iheeied for his splendid finish.
C. I). W'hvtc was lefereo and Vin
cent Whitney mid' Aithur J. Owen
acted as umplies.
.11 in Corhett's arrival 'n Irelan.l
drew the following (omtnent trom a
sporting piper thcie
'I'lui term "tientlemiin .Tim" hat
jheon nsflgncil to Jim Corbett, the
once fiimous pugllltt and now the
,well known actor, who united at
tjueciistown last night ft inn New
York on boaul the great Cunnrdci
During n (hat with Jim Corbet
CHICAGO CAIt HEN VOTING TO STT.IKE; MAYOR BUSSE, WIIO'ACTS AS MEDIATOR.
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I'iiIIo-a Ihr tho voto of about 13 000 Chicago stiect railway employees to strlku It Ihelr wago iIuiuiiuiIb were
not mot by Iho companies, .Mayor Ilusso and city ofllclals generally took pmniil ncllon to prevent a walkout
of tho men and bring about aihltratlon. Tho mayor called a conference M i,g oiflco and nppolnled Wnltcr I..
Klslier, mi eminent attorney who Is well acquainted with tho traction situation, to icpicsent tho city. Uinfer
tbo Chicago traction ordluaucos Ihe city Is vlrlimlly tho partner or tho stioet rallvny romp'inles, nnd under
Ihls law tho city Is cniwoiri tn take a hand for mediation In Iho oient of dlsputcH hctv.-eon tho empli))es
and tho company. Piosldcnt Mllten of tho Chicago City railway Issued a Vtntcniont' Blunting that the cirupjiiy
Ih giadiinlly Incrcahlng tho scalo of wages as It Is ahlo to Increaaj? tho avo'rngo ppecil of curs, Tlia men demand
that tho hciiIo bo advanced to 27 and HO cents nil hour for t minus kinds of duty, Tho toting of "tho men was
(oudiicted without any disorder, tho bullotlng being cnnled on In a caiefnl mid orderly manner anil each Inlliit
lielng fully pinteeted by secrecy. These snapshots tvoip taken dining Iho tollug One of the pictures shows
M. 0. lloyln. a member of the nvcutlto bnanl of the Street liallttay .Men's union, ilepo'lllng Ibo li'illols'ln tho
box. llojlij Is Indleated by an airotv. Tho oilier snap'hnt sIioivb a lino of stioet railway men waiting In fiont
yt ono uf Iho polllug places, . ,
previous to his departure from Cork
.o Dublin he gave our correspon
dent an outline of his tour. First
it all, he said Hint ho was going
o Dublin, lie Intends to give nil
jxlilbltlon of Ids play and humor
his sketches in the Irish mctropo
Is. Then he will travel to llelfnst,
.Manchester, and aftoraid .London,
vhero ho will stay two weeks. Ills
itay at Ihls sldo of tho water will
extend to six weeks altogether, when
no will return ngalu to tho United
States to resume his plays.
Itctcrrlng to pugilism, ho said that
ecently he had the plcnsure of mecti
Ing In thu United Stntcs FreddK
A'clsh, Owen Mornii and Jem Drls
oil, Knglnful's famous lightweight
joxcrs, who wcie tho greatest innr-'
els In the world. They had not
heir equal. He bad seen the trio
ox repeatedly In America, nnd thcli
tolngs weio phenomenal. Tho Yan
ice boxcis were all out-classed b)
"Kisddl'e Wi-Mi Is n wonder," he
aid. ''lie added that Welsh had met.
ibe Allell, the premier boxer ol
Vmerlcn, nnd had disposed of him
n the easiest fashion. Attell had
.tnted to him In the course of con
versation relative to 'the fight that
Welsh's boxing powers were some
.hlng'flint he could not realize. The
Sagllsh boxer had rained blow after
)low on him, and delivered them In
tuch a scientific fashion that he was
Hut the manly wny tho trio fought
n tho ring and through fair and
honorable tactics throughout they
'lad won the esteem and good will
jf all Americans. Jim Corbett rc
uarked that It wns his great dcslro
tnd wish to meet Frcddlo In Eng
'and or Wales, and hoped to sco him
iox with Josephs near Pontypridd
loon for the championship of tho
jforld, nnd predicted for him a cer
Senator Dillingham, of tho Fed
ral Immigration Commission, nrrlv
d at Katlua jestcrday by the Mou
rn Ken. The commission -consists of
hrco Senators, three Congressmen
nil thrco men appointed by Prcsl-
lent rioosotc'.t. The members who
nine to Hawaii want to find out
vhnt Immigration hns been effected
n theso lBl.ir.ds fiom tho beginning,
t'bnt Is (icing dnno now toward oh-
nlnlng Immigrants, or otherwise;
vhat the needs t,f the Islands appear
o ho frilm the vnrloui opinions of
iC(jplo nemest to the problem, and.
lartlculnrlywhnt Is the sentiment
if the people, nil the people, In re
tard to Immigration. Their sstcm
if gathering Information will mean
tuch n collecting of facts as, when
nhulatcd, will reveal all conditions
mil circumstances; who mid what
he laborers here nre; how they
aine here; how they nro getting
ilong here; what their prospects
ire; whether they nre the people to
benefit Hie country; whether they
ire the pcoplo bolt ndnpted to the
'ountry; the nature of their employ
ment; what kinds of living they
mnke; what manner of workmen
they are; their health conditions,
he hospital lernrds, the school rcr
uds, the criminal records; together
with tho changes'thnt come to them
elves und to the) country In which
they work, whether better or worse,
is generation succeeds generation.
They want to know the degree of cl
vlllblllty of the, various people that
'lave itmiG or are coming f whether
they have made", or are making or
will make good American citizens.
Now York, Aug. 16. William Win
ter, tho dean of American dramatic
critics, luu sovcrcd his connection
with tho Now York Tribune, which ho
accepted tn 18GG at tho Invitation of
Hoiaco Orccley, Ills resignation wns
announced today In tho following
Mntomcnt by Hart Layman, tho
"Mr. Winter has resigned entirely
of his "own accord and much, to my
legiet, and 1 hnvo no rcnanii lo expect
that he will reconsider his decision.
I thought It right to publish h small
I'nrt of the larzo amount of mutter
ho wmto for tho. Sunday Trlbuno of
August 8. Mr, Wlnlpr did not ugreo
with mo mid his resignation followed."
Che Bullrtic Publiittn Co.,
'td it agent fur the bctt engraiinf
nd lithographing comrjany on
(he Pacific Coait and it prepared
'o give estimate on high-fende
Tinting of every kind.
Alio pricet and samples of the
Very latest in Engraved Cards,
(nvitationi, in the best of form
or smart functions
A rare Bpeclme'n, called, a tnkln,
his been mounted nnd ready to bo
Placed in Hie Smithsonian institute
it Washington. Tho animal Is f on nil
In the lllmlluyiis and lesombles u
ow It Is very rnie, being tho only
ehlblt of tbn kind In tho United
18,i sdltorlsl rooms 250 ""I
neis offlcs. Thtsa are the talcpr int
number of the Oulletln office.
Do you know what
Lager Beer really contains ? -You
SHOULD know if you don't. ' Most -people
have peculiar iddas about -it.
Lager Beer contains :
i. PlentY of wclUboilcd water: that makes it a
safe drink. .",..
2.. Carbonic acid gas; that makes it a lively drinE
3. I. ess than 3 per cent of alcohol; that makes
. it a stimulating and refreshing drink',? but
not an intoxicant. ,
4,-Malt extract in solution, that makes for
5... A little hop extract; that gives it a tonic effect
6 Nothing injurious; tb,at's all, v. ( ' "'
So there's no reason why you shouldn't drink
The 3eer , That's rcwed
KJcguiT ine viimpie
William Jennings Bryan
the modern Commoner,was asked by a? fool
ish man if he really believed in advertising.
To the foolish question Mr Bryan gave this
"The man who tries to attract business
without advertising is like the fellow who
throws his sweetheart a silent kiss in the
dark. He knows vhat he is doing but
nobody else does."
Follow the course of the EVENING
BULLETIN after it leaves the press. It
goes to an office and is carried TO SOME
HOME; or it is bought on the street and
is carried TO SOME HOME; or it is de
livered by the carrier TO SOME HOME;
or it goes by mail TO SOME HOME. r
1 In nearly every instance the EVENING
BULLETIN is carried TO SOME
HOME and is read by the housewife. And
women buy, or influence the buying, of
nine-tenths of all the goods sold in the world.
To reach the women buyers, advertise in
the EVENING BULLETIN.
Don't throw kisses in the dark.
CLEANING AND DYING.
F. Thomas Dyeing Works
FRENCH LAUNDRY Afients.
Abadie, Prop. Phone 1491,
Alexander Younc Building,
PEEK, FREAN & CO.
Crackers and Wafers,
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
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