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Hawaiian gazette; FRtfiAY, 'wovBTSifffTTirsKMT.wTiEKT.y.:.,,,' ;
J GREETS SEtATORS
Steam Six Days From Golden
' Gate To Find Themselves Once
More Upon American Soil
' ENTHUSIASTIC WELCOME
EXTENDED BY HONOLULU
Vessel Bearing Visitors Is Met
Off Harbor At Sunrise By
Tugs and Launches
. .' Friaci Scott Key' immortal aa
them was th Brst ignilrant end loyal
' expression to tkt Congressional Fert)
whe it arrived off the harbor yester
day morning aboard tbe liner Matsonia
'.. for althongh they had steamed for six
day wy from th Oolden Gate they
were Ope mere at the gateway of Am
f rican territory, Tbe, martial notes
. played by the Hawaiiaa band nboaeo
.a tng were greeted' with applause
which Increased a other tugs bearing
. the Territory's reception eommitte.
' -circled the vessel, v. i
At sunrise' the great, liner wis off
. Koko Head aad before seven-thirty ar
rived, at Ibe entrance of the than
Bel where a fleet of launches, toga and
motorboets, awaited it, and where
ahonted greeting made tbe congress
' Beit feel that even away down among
the. 'Many latitudeo'' of tbe Pacini
' friend awaited them. . The congress
men remained at the rail while tbe
band played martial aira and Hawa
iian melodic and were particularly no
- pretistive of the latter, particular!)
" wbea the' ear-aaunting atraina of Har
ry Lauder' Love You, Honolulu,''
: : reached them.' -'
Hallo, Prince" .
' Tbe appearance of Prince Kalaaiana
olf. Delegate from Hawaii, aad wh(
wa personally responsible for the ae
'.. lection of the congressmen now In Ha
irn.fi, wae the ilgnal for shouted greet
Ing aad the waiving of bats. Th
genial camaraderie expressed in' th
i "Hello, Print" greeting indicated tbe
great popularity of Hawaii 'a repre
' tentative at the nation' capital.
Although the congressmen ' were al'
' strangers . to Hawaii, tbe visitor fell
the warmth of Hawaiian hospitality a.
soon ai the reception committee got
aboard,' but If went aboard in sections
Wha praxique wss granted and tb
lug bearing th executive eommitte
and .including' the Delegate, tbe Gov
eraor'e aide, tbe president of the sen
Ate, and many other promiaeat official
weat alonside th ateamer, it began
' to steam, ahead. Senator Charles Chil
' Lngwortn saught tbe rope ladder no
clambered up its swaying length and
, was quickly followed -by th Delegate
- He wsa the Jest on t leave th tug
for th big1 vessel moved swiftly to
ward the harbor entrance, and although
, member of th commute called : tc
, officers of th vessel, no beed waa paid
to them. The tug pursued tb Uaei
. and caught it In mid harbor, where al
the committee climbed aboard and wert
hurriedly introduced to the' eoagresa
men by-tb Delegate" -and .Angus Erly.
tb Delegate's secretary who brought
th lawmaker her,' ', .--v.. ; 4v
Hawaiian Greeting V '-"
' By this time the-soogreeemeB were
In bast to' assemble their baggage am.
aprep- to go ashore, but paused of tec
ji this process to watch tb pa saint
, Ibow of wharves, tb streets aad the
conglomeration, qf ' nationalise mass
ed upon the piers. ' Tbe Hnwnlina band
already on th wharf,' played "A lob
t," a only tb Hawaiiaa band can
play it and suitcases were dropped one
snore while th visitors applauded.
. Amohg those aboard the launches to
Teet tb party were Pince Kalaniana
' tile, Delegate for Hawaii, Secretary of
th Territory C. P, Iaukea, President
-'C.'.F.jFblMngwortb of tb Hawaiiaa
'. Benete, , Major Francis Ureea, repre
. venting b Governor, Beuatfcr A. L.
1 Castle, Hawaiian Senate, Captain Har
old Loomis, U. S. A., Lleuf. ' Frank
iTooby, V. H. A., aides of General Wis
'aerj IUut. Ashley, , U. 8, N., aide ot
' Captain Georg Clark, naval command
ant; B. ,, brown, secretary of cham
Hier.of eommeree; Col. C. J. McCarthy.
'territorial treasurer; Gerrit P. Wijder
- of tb Hawaiian Houae of Represents
. tives, B. a Uatheson, Biley Allen, fu
rteyvisor Tauter I'e trie, Harry Htinson
n ipe press. .
At this Juncture all were amused at
. a duel. of. motion picture machines
nvhica as under way. One, owned by
- the' tissue' Hsyakswa Company which
was jtlioard the liner, was raised above
tb rail parapet, and . aimed at the
, crowd below on tb wharf, wbiszing at
vnpld rate, but tt assault was immedi
'ately souuter-attarked by another pout
ed upon tbe landing stage and operated
by . Peter I'ao . Company operative
As tb (trowd gnaed up at the pax sen
gera they were filmed, and as those
aboard looked down, they wer also
eenrded on noxen of feet, of film.
.Polic details kept an open thorough
far for tbe congressmen, who were es
. eorted to battery of autos by nrm
' Vera of the romnutte and were soon
st the Moans, where they will make
' their headquarters natil their departure
a lew weeks bene. . ,
NVADE SHOPS FOR
A TROPICAL CLOTHING
', ' . Testerday ' program gave the morn
ing to the visitors to settle down at
' 'their hotel quarters, and to run the
frsmiit of tb sh'ts and get into sum
, iner ttothlng. Most of the congress
men arrived in heavy clothing, for wiu
ler's, frosts fol'owed tbem across the
, continent, and by noon many appeared
lit Palm fti'tu-h suits and ctraw and
1'ssnn huts. 1 Vests were discarded as
:. war'eesnarv belts were vurchastid and
tieeH'ee rnllars .became the vogue. All
. .', ' ' f.'o-t. t" encliew for the time they
V tire' In Hawaii, f rock ' eoat and other
ouinaril avuihiiia of the natioiiul legls-
' ; Frrt "trert' fnt n f -r hour T
, arnilkfu' V rlrkt, Witahiugton, for it
brrnme a ieritsble parade for the eon-1
grenmtea In search of tropical features,
to aiske their stay iilr-asant. They were
generally surprised, however, st the
-.vol weather, having anticipated warm
aad even sweltering weather.
- Although they wer qdartered at the
Moaoa, a large number remained down
town during tbe lunch hour and several
were guests at dowa town chfes and
u:i . i , ,, .- ,
GOVERNOR CALLS UPON
PARTY AT THE MOANA
At two o'clock in tbe afternoon Gov
ertior Pinkham, accompanied by his
military' aide, MsJ. Francis J. Green
made a formal enll upon the Congres
sional Party at th Moans Hotel.
Tbe Diamond Hend end of the lanni
bad been prepared with chairs and
tables and there the Governor met tbe
delegation, Major Green and Angui
F.rly, Delegate Kuhio's secretary, in
trodurlng the senators and represent
Tbe Governor occupied a cbair neat
tbe center Of the group in which were
Senators Ashurst, King, Myers, Poin
ileater and Thompson, Representative!
Bowers, Klstnn, Nichols, Blsnd, Gall
iber, McLanghlin, Treadnay, Piatt anO
Owing to the noise occasioned by
building operations in a nearby wing
of the hotel, much of tbe conversation
waa lost, but when the hsmmers a no
taws and Other symbols ef industry
were laid aside and their clnmor hnsh
ed for the time being, affairs of state
were lightly touched upon, discussion
running largely to the eongrraxmen'i
eiperienres on the steamer,' their de
light in the splendid day and the fine
surfing in Which many bad indulged
just before tbe luncheon hour.
' About -three o'clock the Governor de
parted, after expressing the hope tba'
all would enjoy life in the Parndise n
the Pacific. i
GOOL ROOF GARDEN
HELD THE VISITORS
In the evening the beaeb hotel wai
almost deserted and tbe roof garden
at the YoOHf wss sought for sn eve
ning 'a diversion. The roof w as cool
aad iavitiag and the crowd gny, and
the-evening waa regarded as a pleas
arable -incident:; Home arrived at the
roof early, but tbe majority come in
late aad after tbe theaters, for several
retain the movie habit acquired "back
Eat'V. . -,',;
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Interesting Notes I
About Our Visitors'
Georee W. Hess.. siiiuriiiii.u.i -
the I'aited Stales Botanical Garden a(
Washington, including th vast gnrdem
ia the Mall between the dtnitnl huii.i
ing and the Whit House, was smonj
i am racmuer or in party, although no
a congressman. .,,',.
Mr. Hesa took a orest lntnr.i in tin
nolulu as be drove to the hotel yester
uay morning ami saul It looked like r
huge botanical gardea. He asked
number, of questions about indigenom
tree and while on the other Inland
will particularly innnect the koa. nliU
and kou trees. .
Bepresentative Louis B. Goodall, of
Maine, is at'eomoAniml bv him ha M.-k
followed him across the continent am1
caught up with biin in 8an Francisco
Mr. Gonial I, who is a banker, is in
tereeted in tke tropicnl vegetation o
the Islands and is making numerous in
quiries about the trees indigenous t
the Islands. This is not his first visi.
into the Psi-ilic, he having made a t nj
to Tahiti a' few years ago.
"These are th Islnnda T tiiran tt
know a whole lot about while I a.
chairman or the Pacific Islands Commit
tee, during the Kepublican regime, "
4ald Benator Mites Poindexter, of Wash
The senator is a member of the Paci
Ac JslnncU committee which is now un
der Democratic chairmanship, and i
also a in ber of the committee oi
naval affairs and interstate, commerce
aud is chairman of the committee on
BOILING LAVA PIT
Party of Tourists, Disregarding
Warningsi Descend To Lower
Benches, Almost Lose Lives
A party of tourists visiting the Vol
eano a few days ago bad a narrow
escspe fiorn plunging headlong into 'the
boiling Ihvs, according to a Teport re
ceived line yesterday. Despite warn
ing signs placed around the rim of tho
pit, they ventured onto the lowei
benched and uarrowly escaped a fright
"Their very narrow escape serves to
eniphnaize the warning I issued lus
week," said L. W. de Vis-Norton yes
terdav. "These people, led by a total
Iv irreHHinaible '(;iii(le,' sent down or
to the lower benches ut the level of
the lava loke, and just missed aeeont
jn living a large section of the bench
in n spectacular dive into the molter
lava. It is well said that fools rush
in where angels fenr lo tread, and there
is not much hope thnt such thing as
notice hoards and published warning
will serve to protect the public from
"Our Volcano is perfectly safe and
liurinle for just ho long as tK'ople will
net with ordinary coinniouHense. I
has be n ieienleillv suid that the trail
do" l llmler ent rent hoo" Is d""
gerous, und should not be attempted,
'but it Heenis to become more populnr
, "The iivernije man would not go
and stand ou the top floor of a burn I
in holme if he knew that the under
aide of the floor bosids wss.ftetuallv
alight and that only a very thin atrip vf j
wood intervened between his feet anil
,the roaring inferno of the basement,
And yet this is exiictlv what people are
doing when they take the chance of
going down below st tbe Volcano."
NEARLY DIVE INTO
., TO GO BONE DRY
Dr. E. C. Dinwiddie Says Prohibi
tionists Will Not Let Up Until
' Every Saloon Is Closed
''. Prohibition for Honolulu and possi
bly the whole of tbe Hs waiisn Islutid
Is assured at - an early date, in the
opinion of Dr. R. C. Dinwiddie, super;
Inteudent of tbe legislative department
of ' the National Anti-Saloon league,
who arrived ia Honolulu yesterday.-
"It's coming, " he sniil Inst night,
"anil there will be no letting up on our
nart Until aver aslnnn in IliiKsii ia
closed.". ' ' 4
Doctor, Dinwiddie. ststed thnt be
ibongbt the present time Inont nppor
tune to press for prohibition for lls-j
waiij both because of the situation I
over th whole'-country nnd also' be'j
Cans of - the - world wide situation
orongnt nnont riy the' r.uropean con
flict. "The war. has accentuated th
prohibition movement everywhere," be
added. . , ,".
,. According tb Doctor Dinwiddie,, con
gress originally intended prohibition to
be enforced in Hawaii. He said that
before the tempers see people were ao
strongly organized as they are today,
nn net, with ' the object' of closing
m'.oons in the Territory, was passed by
(he senate. When tbe bill reached tbe
honse a, further clause was inserted
which mad prohibition mandatory for
Hawaii, be aaid. '
, "l'rohibitioa was to be enforced
here," declared . Doctor Dinwiddle
"subject to certain modifications as the .
local territorial government thought fit 1
to introduce. - Your representative did
nodify the sale of liquor to a certain
legree, but they could have gone much
'urthef had theV 'desired.
"Any, level beaded person ' must j
have soldiers in training, that commun
ity should be free from nnneeessary
lemptation and evil. It, therefore, be
loove tbe authorities here to cooperate
n order that the best possible environ
nents will be provided for these men
prior to their departure to the seat of
war." ' ,;
Doctor Dinwiddle said that one day
lUbsecjueat to. bis departure for Houo
ulo he had a conference with Hecre
tary Baker and was then told that the
ar department was thoroughly cogniz
ant of th fact that a sick soldier was
a detriment to the service; whether he
was sick In body sick in mind or sick
"And pot only is this .tbe ease with
the wnr department," remarked Doctor
Dinwiddie, "but congress in the whole
has ahown that it is responsive to, the
rowing prohibition sentiment Of the
'ountry. . We have a aubstantial ma
jority in our favor in both house of
the congress, and when the national
prohibition resolution is Introduced at
the! coming session there seems to be
small doubt as to which way the Vote
will be east.
"But apart from the national move
ment we are using our very best en
deavors to get prohibition for Hawaii
st aa earlier dnte.
"The particular fight which the peo
ple of Hrfwaii are putting up for a
bone-dry Territory," . he said, "hss
appealed to me very strongly because
if tbe . splendid representative, you
have at Washington in the person, of
ir. John Wadmau. His sincerity and
consecration have won for him . the
favor and respect of every member of
congress with whom he has come ; in
"If prohibition comes- to nawall,"
concluded Doctor lHnwiddie, "and we
hope and believe it will at 1 a very
early date, I nant to say that Doctor
W'ndmsn deserves the greatest amount
Last night Doctor Dinwiddie was en
tertained by the Educational Council
of the Central I'nion Church at a din
ner in tbe parish house. There were
more than two hundred people present
During tbe evening brief addresses
dealing particularly with prohibition
ere made both by the guest of honor
mid members of the church.
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SACRAMENTO, October 22 Califor
nia will collect an inheritance tax of
1 :!.'. 7(U1 from the estate of the late
A. (i. Spalding, sporting goods mer
cliunt, according to John B. Chamber,
State Controller, who received a :
port today from 8tate inheritance ta
I'pminors, nxina- me value or in es
tate at $1,558,895. '
Egg Bills Down
The following recipe will
economy of using fewer eggs
: 1 sup aufar
H cup milk
Roval Sailing Powder
DIRECTION Craam ths shartsfllnf, add ths snesr, than th bMlsa si'Vo's.
sad mis wall; add altarnataly, IKtla at a ttma, I ha milk and th flour which
hava baan alftad wltb I ha baking- pawdar aad atnnamao; fold In ths whitest
age baatan at I IT. Baka la loaf paa Irani U to Ai mloutaa, r la Individual sake
tins fc-om tu to 2S mlnutsa. ... , .4 . ; ...
The old method called for 2 eggg
In most recipes excellent results may be obtained by
reducing the eggs one-half or more and using an addi-,
tional quantity of Royal Baking Powder, about a teaspoon,
in place of each egg omitted. , - , ,
Nsw book of recipe which economize In eggs and Other ex pan
si va lngrsdiente mailed Iree. Address Royal Baking Powder Co
133 William Street, Naw York, U.B.A. , .
Raysl Bsluag f wW is ass
(Tsaw, aad aids aM bet
WILL OPEII I1AL0PA
LOTS III JANUARY
.. $. ; ' -t
Tract In Hamakua District of Isl
, and of Hawaii - Thrown
- Open To Homesteaders
Notice of the opening to homestead
lag of the Kalopa Homestead lot ia
the Hsmaku District of the Big Is
land i being mad v through Hilo
papers, the first publication having
beea mad November J. Five percent
down and ten percent a year thereafter
are the paymeata and five yeara reai
denre in tb first ten yeara ef eeenpan
cy in periods of at least six month is
required. - Application, may o anaur
bv mail p to January S next. Maps
and form ess-be obtained in Hono
lulu from the. commissioner of public
land. . '.
The following table how the landr
bv lot number, area in acre and the
appraised valuation set upon each lot
. Area. Acres
. (more or less)
' i7.7 : '
. ,"' 22.40
17160 ; .
18.80 , .
18.70 ,;' Z
' ' 654.00
, 1.21 7.0(
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BRINGS MOVIE PARTi
, The presence in Hawaii of tbe Besom
Hayakawa party i indirectly due- tt
letters sent out from the promotion com
mittee by former Secretary Taylor, th
one to Mr. Ioslry containing a numbe
of suggestions concerning the filmiii)
of Hawaiian scene in bis productions
while similar scene in hi productions
other producer on the mainland. ;
Mr. Ijisky and other member ef hi'
firm answered Taylor' letteT and an
nounced that the best way to film Ha
waiian scenes was to have the com
panics visit tbe Island for that pur
iiose. Hence tbe visit of the Haya
icawa company to film "The Hidden
demonstrate the practical
with the aid of ,
iH cum Hoar
4 tsmspooas Kovst Bskisg PvwOar
1 tssapoen stansmea v.- , ,
irsa Crasai al Tartar 4riaJ iraas
kaskbiel aslUia I th laei.
f '-.'''' . '
10 BASKETDALL 5
Yacht Club, Good Sailors Ashore.
. Leading With Five Scalps -,
I . In Theif Favor ,;-;
' nnjO, November 4 Th ; result ;f
the baseketball 'game last night put
the Hilo Yacht Club in the lead In the
eerie with live win aad no losses. J
Tb lover of basketball had a good
eveaing'a enjoyment of it at, the arm
irj when there, were Vbrse fsmes put
in fnr,them.. At- aete'a'Hhiftyv' wbeB
kb first cime-started, there waa a ffoort
u-owd present and the big hall was
well filled when the second was staged.,
Results of tbe games:
First garnet Hilo Boarding School
it. IT, Vs. Hilo Hchool Jr., 2.1.
Second garnet Hilo Yacht Club 17,
ya. Hilo Boarding rVhool . " '
' Third garnet Y. M. I," 93, v. Plan
The trst game, between tbe Junior,
he boy played like young colt pret
ty fast. .,,'.,-. v '; .. .
The second game, between the Hilo
Yacht Club and the Hilo Boarding
iehool was eiciting, a ye team were
venly ' matched and it could be aeea
hat both sides wanted to wio.
Th third game waa not so very In
cresting until the end, when it looked
i If the Plantation would catch up
o the Y.,M. I. A few ef tbe Plaa
arion team 'a regular player were out
of townv : 4 ''
.The referees, who gave entire satis
-'action, were Jdessra. Bodel and Crabb.
rhere wilt be no game nest Bntnrday
light, as the armory will be in use
hjr the aoldiera. . , f
PACIFIC COAST TAKES
TO HIGH DIVING GAME
, SAM FRANCISCO, November 6
(Associated Press) California will be
well represented by swimmer ia the
(utdre- who will capably take tbe places
of such men as Lady Langer and Nor
jtan, Boss .when they- pose out of active
Competition. " This i on Of tb tasks
the Olympic Club ef this city ha set
for itself. .- . ;.. ...
Ia order to foster sport among the
mall boy, and this club ha a junior
and -juvenile , membership .which con
stantly i being afforded opportunities
'or competition , at which, valuable
rrixe are offered the winner. '. As a
sult ' there ,are yearly a ' hnndred
youngsters, ranging in age fro in five
fear to eighteea, whose interest ha
wen enlisted and who are seriously im
iregnated with tbe idea of striving to
teeome future champion,.
- Among these boy are a number of
foungsters who ar developing intoe
narkable cloancut diver and it ia not
mutual to see boy not more thaa ten
m twelve yeara old negotiating the
vgulation high dive of thirty-tao feet.
t is a spectacle which affords' a thrill
o the onlooker which tbe grown per
former ia unable, to furnish. '
CUIRE GALLIGAN HAS :
GIRL RIVAL FOR HONORS
BAN FRANCISCO, November t
(Associated Press) Mis Catherine
Wuherty, a ; seventeen-year-old :'Bn
Franc isoo girl, is the bit est addition to
be swimming ranks' who' ia receiving
he critical attention of followers of
he sport. - In a recent open-water swim
the covered three and one-half miles in
ine hour, forty three minute and ten
Miss Flaherty is credited ia this race
a nave negotiated mile in twesty
tine minutes, which better the nation
il reeord held by Miss Claire Galilean
if New York, of 81:19 3-8, pver a flO
yard tidal water course.. , ,
'' Miss Flaherty came to the notice of
the critics less than six month ago
when she competed in a number of long
tistanre events held in Ban Francisco
Bay. , -
LAST WEEK'S . TENNIS .
RESULTS IN MAUI
WAir.UKIT, November 6--In the
'adies' siuglea tennis last week, My
hand defeated Weljiht, ft 3, 1, and
Hoffman defeated Mitchell, 64, 08.
0 3. In tbe mixed 'double Melren
ttoblnson defeated Taylor iV'elgbt,
Men's singles, Wailuku, Cbillingwortb
defeated Kinney; Kngle defeated
1'ownsley, Burns defeated Hrboenberg
.ind Burns defeated Kictow. . ., ; '
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NO tHANCE FOR MAUI . i '
. PLAYERS' TRIP TO HILO
HI1A November 5 The J. A. C.
baseball team of Maul want to come
to . Hilo for a game, aeeordieg to
Charlie Oreen. Charlie say that the
outlook is not very promising at pres
ent, a a number of the good player
IU be going to Honolulu with tbe na
tional guard and it would have to be
a pickup nine that would meet tbe
Maui boy. They also -want a guaran
tee, which it is impossible to graut at
the present time.
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SAN , FRANCISCO, November 8
' sHoi-inted Hress With tbe nose of
the Pacific Coast baseball season, fol
lower of the game already are begin
ning to speculate on the probable make
up or the league for next year.- Prirt
t - " - -
cipai inierest cenier at tn moment
whether or not tb Portland Club will
cohtinue aa a member of the erganica-
fion. Mnnaeer Met 'red le of tba Ducks
insists thnt bis tin wW eoninn In
the circuit, notwithstanding the fart,
he admit, that a money maker it
M jnoro fee m failure. 1 , ' ' "
Vanie Loi Angelei doachr
Says "Ludy" May Return
Tq Coast Scon
' 'rlAr ; FRANCISCO, November 1-i
With aeven month f outdoor gwint
mlng event held this seanonNeptuae
Deach closed its door Hunday, con
cluding 'with n two-day aqnatl and
joy carnival, , Canoe tilting by Bart
Coffin, diving by Coffin, Bond, Porter,
Parry and Fat La Rue, Comedy races
and other water novelties featured the
brine sport. . .
I Word baa been received from several
aquatic atara of the Kast stating that
inee they became soldier, th nearest
thing to swimming itbey.hav eiperi
eneed bsS been tb mud aftsr heavy
rain. - ';: ,:
Laager Mxy i Return ; . '
Vane Velth, coach of the Lo Aage
le Atbletie Club,, nay that I.udy
linger may return to lx Angele I
the. aear future.' Velth apeak highly
of Ross, but claim that be- will never
tee the day that the Big Moose will
be able .to beat I -anger over the 440,
680 yards and the mil swim. .He
baa met with many reverses this year
in hi team, due to the fact of ao
many joining the Colors, y .
. Billy Williams left for American
Lake October Id, but with Bwendsen
Priest and Fields, h still claim su
perlorlty - In the diving. , Priest,, at
present, is wltb a film company In the
role of aa aerial dare-devil.- Witt is
credited by Velth as the coning Ross
Mermaid Showed Wall
During th swimming season much
was heard from the gentler splashers
on the Coast, for nearly every start
made by such mermaid a Mia Claire
Galligaa, Mis Burns; Miss Cnwell
Miss Mabel Oreen and Mis Catherine
Flaherty, a new mark ha beea rec
orded. , Very little new baa eome from
the Kast as to the showing made, by
the "Atlantic contingent of fair pad-
CHICAGO, October 24 Robert Fltt
timnions, who died here Monday, was
buried today ' at Greenland Cemetery.
Funeral services for the former cham
pion heavyweight pugilist' were held
In the Moody Tabernacle, .conducted by
the Rev. Paul Rader, himself Sn ath
lete in hia college day on' the Pacific
Coast, ... ,'. - i '' .
More tban three thousand persons
from . all walks of life attended and
Sled by the bier at, tbe close of tbe
services. . , '. , ; ... , '
"This man fought many ' battles,"
Mr. Rader aaid, "and tasted the sweets
of victory -more often' than he -did the
acid of defeat. But he never .fought
greater fight than the one with him
self which led to renunciation of tbe
old, for th new man. It took courage
to face the contemptuous laugh, : the
sneer, the doubt east on hi sincerity
when th big athlete submitted to bap
tism by the little Baptist clergyman at
Los Angeles. His baptism . waa the
symbol of the easting off of the old
man for the. new. All the world de
spises a quitter;' all the world admires
a hero. Bob fought hia final fight a
he had fought his rinst battle with in
domitable courage. The eon of an Epis
copal clergyman, hia early traiaing was
never wholly forgotten and helped him
in hi final victory that over death."
. From tbe career of tbe former pugi
list the iastor urged, bis hearer to
draw it lesson with special application
WORLD'S TROT RECORD
ATLANTA, Georgia, October. I&j
The aetting of a new world' reeord,
for a three-year-old trotter by Miss
Bertha Dillon and th defeat of (St.
Frisco by his old rival, Mabel Trtak,
featured the racing card today at the
Tbe new record was established in
the second and flual heat of the Ma
Iron stake for three-year-olds, when
Miss Billon trotted the heat in 2: 03 "A
The purse was for 5H51.50, tb largest
offered so far at the meeting. . Harvest
Gale and Worthy Volo divided second
WEST POINT'S OLDEST ;
ALUMNUS IS DEAD
BT. I.OUIB, October 25 Captain
Francis T. Bryan. V, B. A.r retired, old
est alumnus of West Point Military
Aetidemy, and of (be University of
North Carolina, died at hia home yes
terday. He was ninety-four yeara old.
Captain Bryan waa graduated from
West Point in 184(1. In his class were
George H. MeClellan, later commander
of the Army of tbe Potomac "Stoue
wall" Jackson and Pickett.
BAN JOHNSON EXPECTS
SHORTER BALL SEASONS
ST. LOUIS. Octobe.r2t Prediotlon
that the American- and - National
League will adopt a schedule of 140
games ia 1U18 waa made here today (
by President Ban Johnson ' ef the1
"T 9 , n.n.rui i)K u .- an
American Leaima . II ...l.l
ules probably will be shortened' as a
war measure. , '
Johnson is here ' for ' conference
with President Phil Rail nf tha Rrnwna
on the $100,000 - alander aait filed
against. Ball by Shortstop John Lavan
and Second Baseman, Pel frjttj-
CAM GEAT LAr
i '. 'Ml V V' - :
Hoiirlcss Wins From
Breaks Wis Record
. LAI' R IX, Maryland, October It In ,
a sensational finish today, August Bol-v ,
Mont 'a Ilourfes's defeated Vlau ' Omar
Khayyam, in the match race between , ,
these ' three-year olds.' The Belmont
horse Jrok the World' record for .
circular track by stepping tbe mile and
a quarter, in z:-, xri xormer msvrit
waa 2i03 I ff.. .' . .-i ' ' " '.".'
Itourless' woa-by good length, at- '
though Omar made the pace and kept
It Until the horses rrme to the home-,
stretch, when II our less forged ahead.'
The owner received a pur of $10,000 ,
and a gold. trophy, -.. f ;
Belmont, however, want only glory.
He will put 410,000 in Liberty boods
and present tbem to the American Bed
Cross. -.. . yi, . 1 .-..;.'
A crowd estimated, at 20)(I0 saw the
race.. It wss the largest ever-essem- .
bled at n Maryland rac track. Hour. '
less was heavily .backed by the New v
York contingent present.' while tbe .
small bettors, seemed to be With Omar
Khayyam.- .Hourlese paid $3.80 tot a '
i! ticket.-'- ;r s- ----v ... .
,,. ... I.,. . . ,'
. O the prounds of desertion Adeline
Freltas Andrnde was granted n divorce '
from John Duarte' Andrad by Jndge -Keen
yesterday afternoon. Tbe decree .
takes' effect, November 20. "
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