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10 The Salt Lake TStimzNE: Friday Morning, Jajstjaey 1. 1904. I
H, I AN IRREGULAR YEAR
Trade Has Adjusted Itself
1 ji I to Conditions.
j I -TWELVE MGNTH PROSPERITY
High Prices of Material In
,y creased Railroad Rates.
H i ' '
H Labor's Determination to Get All
Hj That Traffic Would Bear Check
H . to Consumption.
H New York. Dec. 30. In Its rinual rc
H view or tho business year of 1903 Brad-
Hl street's will say:
H' Nintecn hundred and three was a year oC
Hj irregularity in speculation, distributive
Hi trade and industry, in some cases of ae-
H vere strains variously applied and lndlf-
H fcrently withstood. As th-j residuary
H' legatee of at least fho years of great
H prosperity It had to bear tho cumulative
H ( ( effects of previous years' mistakes and
H at the same tlmo to carry burdens having
H . their inception in the year itself. Yet the
H ' tests wero will withstood, and while cjc-
H' cesses occurred, the course of events so
jH Xar lias proved that tho general trade
H foundation was essentially sound and that
H , tho structure reared upon it waa In the
i main well built.
H Stock market liquidation, though slow
B t has been apparently thorough, and while
B many weak spots have been found, ordl-
M , I nary trade has had somn opportunity to
j i ; gradually readjust Itself to changed con-
j ditlons of supply and demand without tho
H . impcriimcnt which would have followed a
H spcoulatlvo crash such as has been freely
H predicted would close tho present period of
IB l. Among tlic causes leading to unsettle
I ment in stock apeculation and later im-
I ' j portant industries, the roport gives, "tho
5 , 1 injury to sentiment growing out of dis-
; ' i j closures of over doing, to put It mildly, in
J ! ; industrial stock dotations," scarcity in
t money supplleu due to absorption by these
flotations and to heavy borrowings by rall-
j roads, tho feeling that a subsidence of tho
i, i rampant activity of preceding years was
i Inevitable, but chiefly the effects of the
I , enhanced cost at which business was
) done. ( High-priced raw materials. In.
I creased transportation rates, enlargo
i costs of manulacturc. and last, but not
j ' least, the manifest determination of labor.
I to get all that the traffic would bear, the
I rovicw states, were all olemcnts tending
,'' to check consumption.
: Clearanco sales by retailers and Jobbers
have furnished about all the activity noted
.It -in distributive trade in a week usually
' j quiet and devoted largely to stock-taking
' and Inventories Holiday business closed
j' i with a rush and a olume of trade equal
' I jjl I in most cases to tho best heretofore re.
y ! corded. Cold weather han aided tho dis-
J i ! Irlbution of provisions and scasonnblo
IJ j Wheat, Including Hour, exports for tho
1 week onding December 31st aggregate
, 2,215.'.rw bushels, against 2,233,006 last week.
A 3..'!3C.206 this jv.?ck last year, -I.S18.471 In
i 1M1 and 3.01-1.301 In JMO. For twenty-six
.1 i weeks of the cereal year they aijgrcgatu
I SJ.lfa.700 bushels, against 12?,(Km.227 In IDO'J,
-1 3 ln.22l.133 In 1P01 and IW.S91.SS7 In 2D00.
Corn exports for the week aggregate
i , P23.0S3 bushels, against S16.03I last" week,
. f , ".337.312 a year ago. 270,23(5 in 1S01 and i.l7(.-
Jj : 521 in IKK). For twenty-six weeks of the
11 f present cereal year they aggrcgato 2S.2-H),-
5f ,r27 bushels, against 10.2S2.437 In 1902, 10,321,-
1 53.! in 1001 and !6.2-IO,30S in 1000.
t ji, Business failures In tho United States
' for the five days ending with December
I , 80 th number 2(0, against 243 last week, 202
. In the like week In 1002, 2CS in 1501. 220 In
, , 1300 and 237 in 1SS3.
' i i Four ddors. thick deposits, painful url-
8 i nation are cured by Oregon Kidney Tea,
I ( i NEW YEARS RABBIT.' HUNT,
i 1J; To AJax and SL John, January 1, 1901.
Hf! via S. P.. L. A. & S. L. R. R. Special
i, li train leaves Salt Lake at 8 a. m. Fare
if r. for round trip only 5L0O. Special train
. 1 " returning arrives at Salt Lake at 5:25
I. j' NEVABA SUGAR FACTORY,
y , Gov. John Sparks Thinks His State
i Would nviake a Success of the
r I Sugar Beet Industry.
t Gov. John Sparks of Nevada is always
, I on the lookout for something that will
, j add to tho prosperity of his Stato. Ho
! ; j ,-rcglstered at a local hostelry yesterday,
1 ' and. In tho courao of a conversation, rc-
' ; tnarkod that four Nevada counties were
adapted to the raising of sugar beets,
rests on Nevada-grown beets show that
, they contain a large percentage of sac-
' ' F,1,2r,,Pn,att?I and thc Governor says that
- : .. il.090,000 would be onough to equip a fac-
,. i, tory and add sugar-making to tho indus-
' j tries of thc State.
J 1 Kk Gov. Sparks is confident of tho building
I r"of a railroad into Tonopah, which, he sny
' 'I i1 will le tho greatest gold camp of them
i all. Reno 1h to bo the location of railroad
, j i. shopH costing a million and a half dollars
' if! i'J?d 's.oy'nff b,om. The mines along,
. fi ; tho old Comstock lode are In better con-
t . dltlon than at any tlmo in tho past ten
II .Not How Cheap But How Good.
( , ; r. Blue Point Pcrfoctos.
; j - Utah's Favorlto Cigar.
j REPORT ON C0UNTY FUNDS.
, ; '-Treasurer Carbis's Balance Continues
i " : to Be on thc Right Side of
, r; ' j ' , ' the Ledger.
,; t j f
l" j e
The report of receipts and disburse-'
' f mcnts of the County Treasurer's office
' 1 ! r month of December la presented
J j by County Treasurer Carbls as follows:
I ! balance on hand Dec. 1st S 41 956 04
, ,. Receipts for December .....211.893 03
' I ToUI .msslw
l f General expenses , 3CD2"G7q
,cf ' i State Jurors and witnesses Vsm
If County school fund ki .1707;
Tax sale redemptions 7 14673
' ..Bond interest fund 11,77500
, ' ' ' Total .&mM
't; balance ; .iTTl"19 j
t ,wli CCiy h,e.altl' l,ePle have pure, rich
: So,H?,f "SarHapttrJIla purines and
I ncalthy ' and " mQkes rcoplo
BRIEF SKETCH OF THE GREAT PATTL
Pattl owes her success almost entirely
to tho wonderful voice with which shf
was dowered by nature. She literally sunt
her way from poverty and obscurity into
affluenco and famo. She was born in Ma
drid, Spain. February 19, 1S43, of Italian
Parents. Her father and mother were
both opera singers, and It is said that her
mother was compelled by necessity to sing
from tho stage on the very night Adelina
Almost from tho cradle thc child showed
musical and dramatic talent and at tho
ago of 7 she snng at private entertain
ments. Sho was 13 when her parents took
her with them on her first tour and in
troduced her to the public. Soon after
ward her parents were obliged to give up
their work, and tho support of thc ontlro
family, including sevoral brothers and sis
1 "in ....
THIS INIUSTRY GROWS.
Company Forced to Enlarge Its Plant
Greatly to Supply tho Rapidly
A Salt Lake industry which Is rapid
ly developing, into one of considerable
Importance is the manufacture of boiler
compounds and belt dressing;, which is
being carried on by the Whate Star
Chemical company, of which F. D. Shep
herd is manager. Mr. Shepherd started
an experimental factory three years ago
and the business has grown to such pro
portions that ho now has plans made for
a two-story and basement brick build
ing, seventy-five feet deep, to be built
on State street, near Eleventh South, to
bo used for a laboratory and works for
the making of hi's products, which are
now In such demand. Work will be
started on the new structure as soon as
the weather shall have become suffi
ciently open to make it possible for the
operations lo bo carried on to advan
tage. The enlarged factory will employ
a greatly increased number of men and
will bring trade in this particular line to
Salt Lake from even the extreme east
ern part of the country, which now goes
to other points. Mr. Shepherd Is al
ready receiving orders from as far East
as Chicago, some of which ho Is unable
to fill for lack of manufacturing capac- 1
OBEGON SHOUT LINE,
December 24th. 25th and 31st, 1903, and
January 1st, 1904. See agents' for full
AT THE H9TELS.
Yesterday's arrivals at thc Now Wilson
hotel were: J. F. Hemp. New York:
Ferdinand Thcorgue. Boise; H. G. Two
my, city: G. F. Goblc, New York; Zera
Snow. Charles E. Ladd, George M. Mc
Dowell, Portland; TSnrlquc, Achlle, W. H.
Lucas, Tncoma; Mrs. C. H. Lashbrook
and Bon, city: George A. Hansen. Logan;
AVilllam Black. Jr.. American Falls; Mrs.
II. G. Green. Moab; Mrs. Charles Hosca.
Mrs. H. B. "Wallace, Dolores, Colo.; John
G. McCIosky. Louisville; William B.
Jeffs, Rockland, Mich.; G. Slaughter, Den
ver. Colo,; Ben A. Brewster, Park City
J. v. Katmore, Sunnysldc; B. C. Mce
cham, Preston. Ida.; J, F. McCarron, De
troit; J. N. Goss, San Francisco.
Yesterday's arrivals at the Cullen were:
R, Wnttls. Ogden; F. Fitzgerald, Thistle;
Mrs. Charles Hosea. Dolores. Mrs, JT, G
Green. Moab: Mib. H. B. Wallace. Dolo
res, Colo.; John Hughes, Denver; Al Law
y?x Myen s- W Smith. Elk
City Ida,. Paul Bordman and wife, New
)ork: Phil Collins and wife. New York;
Charles Sanders and wife. Draughts;
Dorothy Mann, Corln Warld. Ruth Shep- 1
perd, John Bohlmali. J, B. Wilson. 17
t. C Sulbro, John Price. "Happy Holli
gan company; Lydla Collins. Butto; Dr.
C. B. Isgreen. Winter Yuarters: M. C
James, Pocatello; Hcbcr Ricks, Idaho.
Good Time for Littlo Orphans.
Tho little fellows at thc OrphanB Home
and Day Nursery there are fifty of them
had a glorlbus good time last night,
partly at the expense of the big stores
uptown, which sent dpwn a large quantity
of toys for a Chrlstmus tree. Thev had 1
a programme of a cantata, recitations and
songo. and vere delighted beyond meas
ure when they received tho toys, unusual
ly bright to them. Mrs, Bnllou, the ma
)Ton' ,KavP ,ncm BOmo extras to oat. and
thus filled thc cup of their enjoyment.
ters. devolved upon the little nightingale.
Sho sprang Into fame In tho year lKft
vhen she sang in "Lucia di Lammermoor"
it tho Academy of Music In Now York.
The sensation created In New York was
upllcated In London and Paris, and Pat
I gained at IS the reigning position in tho
vorld of music which she has since occu-
Pattl has been thrice married. Her first
rusband was the Marquis de Caux. who
brought her into tho inner circle of Pa
risian society, but. after ton years as a
marqulso the diva bestowed her affections
on Nlcollni, a tenor. A separation was ar
ranged, and I11 duo tlmo Pattl became
I Madamo Nlcollni Her Becond murrlago
was a very happy ono. Four years ago
pho became a widow and, after mourning
hor husband for ono ycor she contracted
a third alliance, this time with Baron
Rolf von Cedcrstrom, a Swedish nobleman,
33 years of age. Notwithstanding thc dis
parity of tholr ages they aro said lo be a
very fond and devoted couple.
ON THE EVE OF WAR
Japan Making Preparations
for Immediate Battle.
J RUSSIA'S DELAY 8MIN0US
Japan's Preparations Are Su
perior t Germany.
Expected That Korea Will Bo thc
Scene of Earliest Large Opera
tions Between Powers.
Tokio, Jail. 1. Tho situation Is growing
extremely critical and It is believed that
the chances for war arc greater than
ever before. Peace hinges on the charac
ter of Russia's response. If tho Russian
reply Is unsatisfactory It Is almost cer
tain that Japan will fight Immediately. It
Russia desires peaco her position will bo
difficult to maintain, for the Japanese aro
distrustful of her promises.
READY TO FIGHT.
If Russia's response is delayed for ,a
"week. It is expected that Japan will de- j
mand an immediate answer. The an
nouncement that Russia Is seeking naval
stations In Korea, buying stores in Amcr
1 lea and buying coal in Japan has In
creased the war spirit of the Japanese na
tion. Influential papers are urging thc
Government to promptly dispatch a fleet
to guard tho Korean coast and patrol ths
Korean channel The Ministers' of War
and Navy, their general advisory staffs
and commnnders are conferring dally.
BETTER THAN GERMANY.
Full plans for thc campaign of tho army
and navy havo been prepared and thc
scheme of land and water transportation
completed. Tho thoroughness of Japan's
preparations is pronounced superior to
that of Germany prior to the Franco
Prussian war. It Is anticipated that Ko
rea will bo thc scene of the earliest largo
INVASION OF CHINA.
Thc invasion of Chlncso territory other
than by Korea and across tho Yalu river,
It is thought, will depend on the nature
and extent or the Chinese efforts to expel
thc RuslBanB from Manchuria,
Dislocated Her Shoulder.
Mrs. Johanna Soderholm of Fergus
Falls. Minn , fell and dislocated her
shoulder. She had a surgeon get It back
in place as soon as possible, but it was
quite sore and pained her very much. Her
Bon mentioned that he had seen Cham
berlain's Pain Balm advertised for
sprains and soreness, and she asked him
lo buy her a bottle of it, which he did.
It quickly relieved her and enabled her
to sleep, which she had not done for
several days. Thc son was so much
pleased with the relief it gavo his
mother that he has since recommended
it to, many others. For sale by all'drug
PLAN FOR NEXT YEAR
President Lucas and Man
ager McCIosky in Town.
GOiP 8UTL90K FOR BALL
Will Ktep Out .of the Outlaw
mooting to Be Hold in a Few Days
at Which Much Important Work
Will Be Done.
W. H. Lucas, president of the Pacific
National Baseball league, arrived In
town yesterday afternoon from Tacoma.
whore, ho has been looking after league
interests, and registered at the Wilson.
He was Joined later on by "Honest John"
McCloskey, who managed thc local club'
lasl season and Is slated for the same
position during tho coming year. Mc
Closkey has been spending a few months
at his old .home In Louisville, Ky., where
ho has been rcstjng up a bit. He will
accompany ' President Lucas In hi3 visits
to tho- other league cities and help get
everything In order for the league meet
ing which is to be called in tho near fu
ture. When aEked what was their special pur
pose In coming here, and If any business
would be transacted with the locnl club.
President Lucfu; replied: "No. we aro
Just here to feel the people and got ac
quainted with your new club managers.
You sfo. we are visiting all the clubs
aijd getting ready for a rattling good sea
son, and thc league meeting which will
be he'd In a weok or so The prospects
aro fine. I stopped off at Butte, Spokano
and Tacoma, and the people aro all as
anxiously awaiting the opening of the
St-ason as they aro here."
When osked if their plans at thc com
ing meeting would be effected or if they
depended on those which would bo
adopted by the "outlaw league" at Its
meeting tomorrow, he replied:
"No, not In the least. We have our
plans and, regardless of what they do.
wc will go on and carry them ouL We
will confine ourselves to our own terri
tory, that is. Tacoma, Seattle, Spokane.
Butte and Salt Lake, and if tho Coast
league Is granted protection In these
cltloa It will be contrary to thc national
agreement. No. there will be no repeti
tion of last year. Wo are in for busi
ness, and every club must put up its
51000 fee before It will be considered."
President Lucas took occasion to more
than roast "Supreme Judge" Herrmann
for his outrageous decision In the Donn
hue case. He regarded the special bul
letin an a whitewashing, which had an
effect opposite to that desired, as it
showed up tho entire affair as a plain and
simple robbery which no one dared re
peat "Ju?t for tho looks of things, one
might havo supposed thnt he would at
least have given Salt Lake a hearing."
McCloskey. when asked If ho had as
yet signed up with the Salt Lako club,
reeponded: "No. I haven't. I have re
ceived several good offers, but as yet I
havo accepted none. Wc want lo sco
the league in good shape, and then it
will bo time to think about accepting a
WOULD PROMOTE A BULL FIGHT.
Toreador .From Madrid Visiting- in
Senor Enrlquo Robles. a Spaniard from
Madrid, and a bull fighter who came to
Central America to pull off contests, is
at the Wilson. He is in Salt Lake to try
to arrange a bull fight hero with all its
essentials except the torture of tho bull.
Ho has been put in tpuch with Martin
Mulvcy. and hopes t,p get him to help
promote tho exhibition, which will also
Include roping and rough riding.
Ogden and Beturn,
January 4th, via Oregon Short Line.
Special train, 6:30 p. m., special returning.
06DEN AND RETURN.
Via Oregon Short Line. January 4th.
Special train, 6:30 p. m., special returning.
. A good resolution for the new year:
Have Gordon, the tailor, at 109 West
Second South, make your clothes. He
COLLEGE MEN CELEBRATE.
High Jinks at the University Club,
' in Which One Hundred Ushered
4 . in tho New Year.
It was with tho deepest regret that the
old year went out at tho University club
last night. It would havo been glad to
stay till morning, but the New Year had
to cut In and was Impatient to take part
in the festivities, so Father Time hustled
1903 off to the Umbo of the past and intro
duced 1F04 to the assembled clubmen.
Thc "high Jinks" of the club were held
in the basement of the new clubhouse on
Brlgham street, as thc upper floors arc
still undergoing a treatment of paint and
varnish. A hundred or' more members
and their guests had assembled to watch
the old year out and the new year In.
Cards, billiards and music formed the
staple amusements of tho evening and
fancy variations were added bv Senator
Gcorgo Lawrence, Grant Hampton, Jay
Harris and Kenneth Kerr. What they
did not think of Lou Farnsworth did and
the result was that everything happened
which has happened since tho days ol
Noah and a great many things which will
not happen for years to come. Old col
lege songs mado thc rafters ring and
evorybody congratulated overybodv else
on being a university graduato and a citi
zen of Salt Lako in the year 1WI. Tho
hospitality of the club was as admlrablo
as Its entertainment, and every visitor
from at homo or abroad was happily
launched into tho New Year.
For Over Fifty Tears.
. An old and well-tried remedy. Mrs.
WIosIow'h Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty yeara by millions of
mothers for their children while teeth
iDff, ttlth' perfect success. It soothes
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, cures wind colic end Is' ths best
remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by drug
gists In. every port of tho world. Ba
ture and ask for Mm. Wlnslow's Sooth
log . Syrup.
COUNTY CLERK'S RECORD.
Good Showing of Receipts Made by
Mr. James for tho Year
The statement showing thc total re
ceipts of tho County Clerk's offlco for the
year ending December 3l, lf03, was com-plctf-d
last ovenlns, amounting In nil to
2.i,G7-l.S2. This amount was slightly in ex
cess of the total recoiptB for 1002, not
withstanding the incorporation of the
town of Murray, which deprived thc Coun
ty Clerk's office of quite a rovenuc, Fol
lowing Is a statement showing tho various
Marriage licenses ,...5 3.C41.C0
Probate matters 6,141.60
Merchants' licenses . 2,955. S'3
General fees ;",t;77.W
Roportor' fees l,C02.Oi
Declaration of Intentions to be
come citizens of United States.. 215.00
Naturalization fees 1K3.C0
Jury fees .iM.iO
Petty fees 212. ?,0
Thc cases on the charge of Insanity
tried during the year number 47. Of these
30 patients were sont to tho Slate mental
hospital and 17 were discharged.
MAYOR THOMPSON'S REPORT.
Outgoing Executivo Files His Annual
Mayor Thompson yesterday filed his an
nunl statement showing the receipts and
disbursements of tho Mayor's contingent
fund for the year 1W3, with the City Re
corder. Thc report shows a balance on
hand In tho fund of $5062.52. which is a fow
hundred dollars moro than of last year.
A copy of the report was given to Mayor
elect Morris, who assumes office on Jan
uary -nil. This Is tho statement:
Mayor" h Office, Salt Lake City. Utah, De
To the Honorable President and Members
of the City Council, Salt Lako City,
I herewith transmit to you tho annual
statement of the sundry expense fund,
commonly known as thc Mayor's con
tingent fund, for thc year 1303, as follows:
Jan. 1. 1003. cash on hand J4.C26.72
By appropriation of the City
Council for tho purpose of set
tling claim of W G. Ncbckcr, for
damages to horse 100. GO
March 4 By appropriation of City
Council to Horaco A. Heath, for
meritorious services rendered as
policeman in attempting to ar
rest robbers ; 300.00
March 23 By appropriation of tho
City Council for tho purpose of
defraying expenses of City En
gineer Kclsey lo visit Eastern
cities to investigate various
waterworks systems 300.00
April C By appropriation of tho
City Council for the purpose of
employing Richards & Varlan
as special counsel for Salt Lako
City in the case of John Gabbott
ot al. vs. Salt Lake City et al.. 1,000.00
April 13 By appropriation of tho
City Council for the purpose of
purchasing a horse for thc Flro
department ' 125.00
May 4 By appropriation of City
Council for the purpose of pur
chasing real estate from Roo
May 11 By appropriation of the
City Council to the Grand Armv
of the Republic and thc Utah
Philippine otorans 100.00
May 20 By appropriation of the
Cltj Council for freight of hook
and ladder truck for the Firo de
partment cf Salt Lake City 325-00
May 25 By appropriation of tho
Uty Council to the Fire depart
ment for a horse, for the use of
the Land and Water Commis
sioner of Salt Lake City 115.00
June 22 By appropriation of tho
City Council for decorations .of
joint city and county building
in honor of President Roose
velt's visit to Salt Lake City 335.75
Total amount of appropriations
and cash on hand $7,927.47
January 2S. 1003 To W. G. Nob
eker for damages caused by' In
jury to horso 100.00
March 2S-To L. C. Kelsey for de
fraying expenses of trip to visit
Eastern cities to Investigate
waterworks systems . 300.00
April 11-To Richards & Varlan. as
attorneys for Salt Lako City In
the caso of John Gabbott vs.
Salt Lako City et al.. being No.
4SS6 In the Third District court,
retainer fee us provided In a con
tract entered between Richards
& Varlan and Salt Lako City, in
payment for and to cover all
preliminary work and full prep
aration of the caso for trial .... 1,000.00
April 20 To Horace A. Health for
meritorious services rendered as
policeman for Salt Lako City,
In attempting to arrest threo
robbers In Salt Lake City 300. CO
May 14 To warrant for W. D.
Hill Xor one horse pui chased bv
Salt Lake City Flro depart
ment, for tho U6c of thc Flro
May 10 To the Oregon Short Line
Railroad company for freight of
hook and ladder truck shipped
from Columbus, O . to Salt Lake
City, tho hook and ladder being
for use of Salt Lako' City Fire
department m o;
May 20 To Roe Frazlcr and Net.
tie Frazlcr. his wife, for real,
estate purchased from them, ns
shown by warranty deed on file
In City Auditor's office 600.00
July 2S To Fire department of Salt
Lake City for thc purpose of
paying for a hors. which was
transferred by the Fire depart
ment to tho Land and Water
Commissioner of Salt Lako City. 115.00
Total amount of disbursements.. ?2,S01. 05
Total amount of appropriations
and cash on hand 57,027.47
Total amount of disbursements .. 2.S61.95
Balanco on hand $5,062. 52
I beg leave to state that the vouchers
for the above disbursements are on file
in thc office of the City Auditor of this
city. The said vouchers describe more
particularly tho details of above items. I
nm. very respectfully vours,
EZRA THOMPSON, Mayor.
DEATH 9F MRS. N. P. 909LEY
Bright's Disease Carries Off the Wife
of the Popular Nevada
Mining; Man. 1
Mrs. Clara Z. Dooley, who has beon ill
at the Holy Cross hospital for the post
ten days, passed away yesterday after
noon with tho dying year. She has long 1
been afrilcted with Brlght's disease, but (
has bravely borne up against physical
suffering, attending to her social and re
ligious duties and patiently awaiting tho
Inevitable. She never entirely recovered
from tho shock occasioned by tho sudden I
death of her husband, N P. Dooley, which
occurred November 21. 1002.
Mn. Dooley was formerly a Miss Ward
and passed hor early lifo with her four
brothers and two sisters In Ploche. Nev
where she was married. From Ploche
she removed with her husband to De La
Mar and thoncc to Salt Lake, Sho has
been a faithful worker among tho Catho
lic ladles and a liberal giver In tho causo
of charity. She will be buried In San Fran
cisco beside her husband.
GOOD MAN ISIeEDeT
General Interest in Resigna
tion of Coach Holmes.
TALK OF SLAKER AND REBDEN
Stanford Man Has Mad8 a
Redden, One of Yost's Stars, May Re
Drafted -to Build ITp Athletics
at tho University.
Now that Coach -Holmes has' handed In
his resignation and that there Is HUlo
doubt but that It will bo promptly ac
ceptell. football enthusiasts and lovers of
all good sport arc beginning to speculate
as to his successor. , A person who is on
the" Inside of affairs at' tho hill school said
last evening that tho selection of a new
coach was a matter Of no littlo Import
&nd lhat an effort would dc mado to got
an all-around athletic Instructor who lia3
all tho latest motnods. The speaker sug
gC'Stcd Slaker of Stanford, or one of Yost's"
turnouts, possibly Redden.
SLAKER HAS A CHANCE,
SJaker seems lo .be tho more probable
man and will perhaps draw the long
straw If ho wants thc job. At the pres
ent time ho Is at Stanford, where he has
been for the last three years, acting as
coach and Instructor for thc football,
baseball and track teams. Although ho
Is not In tltlo head coach In a'ny nf these
lines, yet lie Is a person of recognized
ability and porforms most of the real
coaching work. While he has had charge
of this work. Stanford for tho first tlmo
in ten years has defeated Berkeley on tho
track and recently tied her on the cam
pus He Is a football player of no little
ability, having played on Chicago along
with Stagg, At baseball he plays well
behind the bat and has a slight reputa
tion as a twirler. Stanford's last year's
track triumph over Berkeley has given him
and "Dad"MoIton a imputation in this line
that will long be rcmombcrcd on the coast.
NOT A ONE MAN'S MAN.
Ho Is a believer in tho graduate system
of coaching and he emphasized that fact
when he said to the Stanford .students:
"One man don't know It all." Finding
that there weren't enough Stanford 1nt.11
who could devote tholr services to coach
ing tho football team, ho invited up such
men as Read of Harvard and .ivory other
reputable football player that could be
gotten. When tho baseball season camo
along he Invited good professional bape
ball players to como up and work out
along with his men. His system has
proven a success, as Is shown by Stan
ford's late triumphs.
HE LIKES THE TOWN.
Tho reason why the University is con
templating Slaker Is because when he
came here with Stanford one year ago
he made the remark that he wouldn't,
mind lhing in thi3 town. Ono of tho
members of the University board of re
gents took up thc matter, but before It
came before the board asr a whola Slaker
was signed by Stanford for another year,
nnd so tho matter was dropped. Slaker
will be no cheap man on the ealary prepo
sition, but as an advertising medium ho
would pay thc school back jn tho long
ONE OF YOST'S STARS.
Roddon was captain not only of this
year's Michigan football team but also of
the selected AU-Star Western .team. He
Is a natural football player and is ono of
the best ends the Middle West has ever
produced. He is also captain of the school
track team, being tho only man who has
had the distinction of holding both sta
tions of honor at the same time. He has
had tho advantage of Yost's training and
would undoubtedly bo a good man. He
would be more or leas of an oxperlmont.
whereas Slaker has a record which Is a
reliable guide. Both men could render
valuable services. It Is safe, to predict
that tho University regents will respond
lo tho universal sentiment, both inside and
out of the institution, and lay tho foun
dation now for genuine athletics on tho
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