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MVUl LOW DEGREE Jt I MflfiW Ji W W W HOOF BEATS ii & S lwillk
I NELSON AND WELCH
MAY FIGHT AGAIN
California Fighter Not Satisfied With
Tucsdny's Mill, nnd Wants
Negotiations arc now under way to
match "Spider" "Welch ajld "Battling"
N'alson again, the light to bo pulled off In
this oily within tho next thirty days.
Fammy McClintlo, who has charge of the
"Spider" Is not satlslled 1th the result
of Tuesday nixht'.s contest, and is anx
ious for a return go. McClinlic declares
that his man was badly handicapped in
that ho was not accustomed 10 toe alti
tude and thinks that with throe weeks In
which to train. Welch would be able 10
trim tho Chicago Hunter. So coolldent Ih
McCllntlc that the Cullfornian is the bet
tor man that ho will wager VjO that the
"Spider" wins If tho men meet again.
Manager Murphy and "Battling" Nel
son are willing and nnxioiiH that the
match .should be made, and Murphy said
vjjtcrday that he would bet a much
as jlOOO on his man. After tho Rhowing
Nelson mndo Tuesday night, his manager
; U confident that tho Chicago lad ha it
on the coast lighter sufllclcntly to whip
I ' him again If they meet.
' The match. If arranged, would be a
pood one. There have been few if any
' hettcr fights seen in this city than tho
onf Tuesday night and a veturn bout
would draw a large house.
- Both lighters were out on the utreets
vesterday. and did not appear to Ue badly
damaged In the mill night b-?f:ro last.
Xelso" has a swelling under his left eyo
rnd an nbrnslon on the samo check, but
outsldo of theRc slight .bruises, he lookH
almost as well as when he entered the
r'"volch's face 13 not disfigured except for
a swollen Up. His body bears no evi
dences of the terrible punishment ho ro-c-eived
and the "Spider" hlmeclf said he
felt "fine " ,
Tho winner of Tuesday nights ljat
tle received about $700 for his trouble.
' while tho loser received $200 an a balm
Tor his wounded feelings. Tho total re
1 celpts were about 515(0. -10 per cent of
J which went to tho clnb managing the af-
I ' fair. The winner received SO per cent of,
it the remainder, tho loser 20 per ccnL
I HOPPER HEARD FROM.
Former 'Salt Lake Bike Bidcr Writes
That He May Return to This
In a letter to F. E. Scherskl. X. C.
Hopper, who was one of the best pro
fessional rlderw hero last year, writes from
Denver that the track proposition In that
fitv at tho present time looks very dis
couraging. Several cyclists have made an
Ulehipt to raise the necessary money to
if, build the track since Schefskl dropped tho
.natter, but have failed. Schefskl ntatcs
Wb i hat it takca a great deal of money to
I run a trrck In Denver, and that the pat
: m roiiage would havo to be exceedingly
tfood to make money.
BK Dead Ones Come Together.
B PHILADELPHIA, April G.-Gus Ruhlln
had the better of the six-round light
H- with Jim Jeffords tonight at the National
Hp Athletic club. The bout was a tamo af-
H Denver Man Defeated.
? CINCINNATI. O.. April G. Barney
Furri of Cincinnati knocked out Jack
Holand of Denver in the llfth round of
what was scheduled to "bo a go of twenty
rounds at Covington, Ky. The men arc
II OAKLAND TRIMS HER
I RIVAL 'GROSS THE BAY
SAN FRANCISCO. April 6. In a very
I light hitting game today Oakland won out
I with a small margin. Portland opened
I up in lively 3tylo against Schmidt, but
f after the opening Inning could not con
t nect with his delivery. Shields pitched
a splendid game, striking out six men,
but he had stupid support at critical
R. IT- E.
Portland i 2
Oakland .. 2 5 2
Batteries Shields and Stcelman; Loh
I man and Schmidt '
I SAVED FROM SHUTOUT
IN NINTH INNING
FRESNO, Oil., April C Tacoma took
tho game from San Francisco this after
noon by a score of 7 to 1. San Francisco
scored its only run In tho ninth Inning,
after two men were out, the Tacoma boys
having had several chances to shut them
out, but falling to do so. Cutter was
batted hard and tho hlt.s being bunches
allowed Tacoma to cross many men over
the plato. Score:
R. IT. E.
Tacoma 10 1
San Francisco 1 4 3
Batteries ThomaH and Graham; Cutter
I WILLIAMS' SHOOTS
j MYSTIFY ANGELS
I LOS ANGELES, April 6. Seattle gavo
tio champions a dose of their own mcdl
I nc this afternoon, Nick Williams act
B Jner as consulting physician. The young
8 ster from Berkeley had the champions at
ids mercy from the beginning lo the end
I and one little slnglu by Bernard In the
1 fourth Inning was as much as delivery
would permit him to deal out, "Wheeler,
on the other hand, was easy for the visit
ors and they laid against his rurves to
tho extent of eleven hltH. Scoto:
R. IL E.
Los Angeles 0 1 l
Seatllo 6 11 1
Batteries Wheeler, Spies and Eager,
Williams and Blankcnshlp.
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IB In any changeable climate tho hair Is
HQ.-- apt to trocome brittle and to break off
Hh" tubby here- and there. This makes a
RB haJr-dreHalng almost a necessity, eapc-
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why not get tho best, ono that combine:
with It the efficiency In killing the dan-
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H falling hair, and In time baldness. New
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"RED ROBERT" AND W RTC0Y, WHO ARE TO FIGHT SIX ROUNDS
AT PHILADELPHIA, FOR HONORS SN MIDDLE-WEIGHT CLASS
1 T3 0BERT FITZSIMMONS S docislon lo aropt the challenge of "Kid" McCoy for a Iwittle at loS pounds is the main topic of conversation In the sporting:
XV. resorts of every city in the country. The opinion is general that the fight would prove an Interesting one.
'I While a majority of the prominent followers of the ring hall wlth delight the prospect of eeolng McCoy and the Cornlshman in a six-round go at
Philadelphia, they think this would prove too short a contest to show which is now the better man. The sporting; men argue that either man could easily
avoid being knocked out If getting the worst of It In puch a short battle. ,
H0RATIUS COMES FIRST.
BUT IS DISQUALIFIED
SAN FRANCISCO, April G.-IIoratlua
won the mllj and a furlong handicap,
but was disqualified and placed third, '
first money going to Vcterano, 20 to 1
Tho event was the feature of the card and
IJoratlus was a heavily played favorite.
He closed rapidly In the stretch after be
ing fourth, but crowded Vcterano and
Grafter tho lust sixteenth, winning by a
neck from Vcterano. Tho claim of foul 1
was allowed. Gateway, the opening first
choice, led for a timo but stopped badly. ,
The stewards mado several I rulings at
the close of the racing. For his ride on
Hlrtle, favorite In the third, Buxton was
suspended. Henry Spencer will not be
allowqd to accept any mounts hero owing
to his effort on Brennus In the samo
event. Bozeman, who rodo Axmlnstor,
was suspended for bumping Caronal, fa
vorlto In the last race.
Tho entry cf Venterano was ordered re
fused for Inconsistent running. Results:
First race, futurity course. selling
Educate won, Our Prldo second. Cherries
third. Time, 1.12t.
Second race, four and a half furlongs
George P. McNear won. Saleable second.
Eduardo third. Time, 55i seconds.
Third race, futurity course, selling
Clausus won, Emll second, Resigned
third. Tlmo. 1:13.
Fourth race, mile and a furlong, handi
cap Vcterano won. Grafter second. Ho
ratlues third. Time, 1-53. Horatius fin
ished first, but was disqualified for foul
ing. Fifth race, six furlongs TTonlton won.
Ocean Dream second, Mansard third.
Sixth race, mile, selling Byrondale won,
Caronal second. Ora Viva third. Time,
Racing at Bennings.
WASHINGTON, April C Bennings
First race, fivo ami a half furlongs
lllyrla won, Tho Bowery second, Typho
mic third. Timo, 1:10 2-5.
Second race, lour half furlongs T-alllo
won, Allen Avon second. Delavat third.
Time, K 1-5 seconds.
Third race, seven furlongs. selling
Paul Clifford won. Belle of Milfod sec
ond, Early Eve third. Time, 1:29.
Fourth race, steeplechase, about two
miles, selling Boncy Boy won. Maulllan
second, Guy Honey third. TImcM:13.
Fifth race, four and a halt' furlongs,
selling Uttle Woods won, Fergus sec
ond. First Born third. Time. BC -1-3 sec
onds. Metallic finished second, but was
disqualified for fouling.
Sixth race, mile Queen Elizabeth won,
Electric second, Red Light third. Time,
All Off at Ascot.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., April C Ascot
Park closed today. The programme was a
good one and favorites wero fairly suc
cessful. Weather perfect: track fast.
Results: . ... ,
First race, one mile, soiling Ncko won,
Little Secret second, Bassanlo third. Tlmo
Second race, six furlongs Escalanto
won. Miss Betty K-icond, Jlmo Gore third.
Time, 1:13. . ,
Third race, six furlongs, selling Euge
nic B won, Dolly Welthoff second, Wa
ger third. Time. 1:15.
Fourth raco, handicap, one mile Cal
lant won, M. F. Tarpey second, Golden
Mineral third. Time, 1:42.
Fifth race, mile and a quarter, selling
Diamante won, John McGurk second, La
Sixth race, three-year-olds, non-winners
of sweepstakes, six furlongs Colubla
Girl won. Golden Boy second, Wlnnefre
da third. Time, 1:15,
MEMPHIS, April C Summary:
FlrHt race, mile Spencerlan won. Bud
wclscr second, Wclcomo Light third.
Time, 1:45. ,
Second race, four furlongs Lseful Lady
won, Green Gown second, Lou M. third.
Third race, Country club cup, mile
Justice won, Lodestar second, Marcja
third. Time, 1:521
Fourth race, six furlongs Mnrtinmas
won. Scorpio second, Vcstina Belle third.
Fifth race, four and a half furlongs
Panamanian won, Occaner second. Lady
Mbncuse third. Time, :5S.
Sixth race, mile Gus Heidorn won. Cir
cus Girl second, Louisville third. Time,
BERLIN, April 6, Prince Frederick
Leopold of Prussia. had one foot severely
Injured today as n result of a collision
botwoon an automobile In which he was
riding and a drag near Berlin,
"GO-EDS" AND TRACK
EN FAiLJO AGREE
Troublo at University Over Use of
Gymnasium Prof. Kingsbury in.
the Rolo of Referee.
"Women's rights" is a question that is
causing considerable agitation among tho
track athletes at the university just now.
Tho sturdy youths who will do tho
"heavies ' for the 'varsity on tho field and
track this season are much wrought up,
because the "co-ed" classes havo posses
sion of the gymnasium on Tuesdays and
Thursdays, This arrangement Interferes
considerably with the training of the
track men nnd, a3 a result, they have re
gistered a vigorous "kick."
Yesterday aftornoon a coTimlttee of the
athletes, headed by Captain Val RIdcout
or the track team, waited on President
Kingsbury and asked that the track men
bo allowed permission to use the gym
on tho above mentioned days. They In
formed the president that this was ne
cessary for them to do their training for
tho coming colleglato track and field
meets that arc not fur distant
President Kingsbury took the matter
under advisement and will give his reply
today at 12 o'clock.
Tho track men are in earnest In the
matter and several of them declared yes
terday that unless they aro allowed to
uso the gym fivo days in tho week, they
will stop training at once Thin means
that tho 'varsity would have no track
toa-n In tho Hold this spring.
Under tho present arrangement the boys
have the gym three days out of the week
and the "co-eds" two clays. It Is Impos
sible for tho track men to do themselves
justice by this system, so. unless they
can have the gymnasium for tho entlro
school weel' they will probably retire
from tho active athletic work entirely.
COURT TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP
NARROWS DOWN TO TWO
NEW YORK. April C Tho contest for
the natlonnl court tennis championship
has practically narrowed down to a duel
between Joseph A. Crane. Jr., of Boston,
and C IT. Sands of this city.
Summary of today's games:
C. II. Sands defeated O. S. Campbell,
Now York, 3-C, 5-0, 6-1. 0-1.
Joseph Crane. Jr., defeated Easlon
Potter, Boston, 6-1. 0-1. G-l.
to throttle polygamy
KIRTLAND. O., April C The fifly
llrst general conference of the Reor
ganized Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Salntij began here today In
the, old historical Mormon temple, tvlth
nearly 500 delegates In attendance. The
conference promises to be one of the
most Important ever held in the his
tory of the church, nnd as a result
unusual Interest is manifested in its de
liberations. There is a strong senti
ment anions the delegates In favor of
stopping; the propagation of polygamy.
Much attention will be devoted by the
conference to missionary work. The
church now has active missionaries in
many foreign countries and in all sec
tions of the United Slates.
The principal speech today was by
President Joseph Smith. He referred
at some length to the disclosures
which had been mado by the testi
mony of the Hcveral witnesses before
the Senate committee investigating tho
charges against Reed Smoot.
PITTSBURG BUILDERS' WAR
INAUGURATED WITH STRIKE
PITTSBURG. Pa., April ft Tho Beaver
City Builders' Ecchango league, recently
organized, commenced Its first battle to
day with organized labor. All the car
penters made a demand for an Increase
from t to $3.25 a day. The league re
fused. About 500 carpenters -struck, throwing
out of employment 1000 unskilled workers.
Other crafts tvIH be affected and by the
end of tho week 20CO men will be Idle.
TO JOSEPH SMITH
Definite Steps Taken in the Matter of
Erecting1 a Fino Building- on
Main and Brighnm.
The erection by the Mormon church
of a handsome building at the north
east corner of Main and South Temple
streets, an Improvement forecasted
some months ago by this newspaper, is
finally assured by the passage In con
ference yesterday of a resolution in
troduced by President John R. Winder
The new building Is to be erected as
a monument to the first president of
the church, Joseph Smith, and his col
league, Hyrum Smith, and this fact as
sures a substantial, creditable struc
ture, although its exact form and di
mensions have not yet been decided
First rumors of the building to be
erected on this site were that it was
to be a fine hotel building. It Is not
known whether this plan is to be car
ried out. but it is certain that the new
structure will contain commodious of
fices for the church officials and quar
ters for the church museum.
On the site at present stands the old
adobe building occupied for many yenra
by the Deseret News, and other primi
tive structures which have come to De
sadly out of architectural accord with
their pretentious .surroundings. The
proposed improvement means the har
monizing and Deautuying oi central
The full text of the resolution intro
duced by President Winder Is as fol
lows. "Whereas, Nearly sixty years have
passed since the martrydom of the
prophet and patriarch, Joseph and Hy
rum Smith, and no building building or
monument has been erected to their
memory: therefore, be it
"Resolved, by this general conference
of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat-Xer-day
Saints, That a suitable build
ing or monument be erected to their
memory; that the trustee-in-trust ap
point a committee lo prepare plans for
the same, whlcli shall be submitted to
him, and when approved he will authorize-
the committee to proceed with
the work, and will furnish the neces
sary means from such funds as may
be available for that purpose, and that
a book be opened at the presiding bish
op's office to receive voluntary sub
scriptions from any who wish to do
nate." A committee, composed of President
John R. Winder, President Francis M.
Lyman, Bishop W. B. Preston and
Bishop George Romney. was appointed
to carry out the provisions!? the resolution.
WASHINGTON. April C Senator
Burrows presented to the Senate to
day protests from more than COO of
"the law-abiding people o Utah"
against the declaration of President Jo
seph Smith of the Mormon church that
they are broad-minded enough to con
sent to "the shocking violations of law
and public decency which he confesses
to have committed "
Tho protests declare that polygamists
have surrounded themselves with an
Impenetrable wall of secrecy in their
perpetration of misdeeds, and that the
veil has been lifted in part for the first
time In the testimony given by church
leaders during the Investigation by the
Senate committee in the Smoot case.
The non-Mormons call for a continu
ance of the Investigation and say fur
ther disclosures may be expected.
BOER PARTY EN ROUTE
TO ST. LOUIS FAIR
NEWPORT NEWS, Vn.. April 6.-O11.
Conje and 2U0 Uoers. accompanied by 120
British soldlei's who saw service In the
Boer war. and fifty women and children
and twenty Zulus, Kaffirs and Zambesis,
arrived hero today on the steamship
Douno Castlo from Capetown, via Cape
" lucent. Capo Verde Islands. The
burghers In the party were with Conje
at Paardeburg. Gen, Vlljoen awaits tho
parly at St. Louis.
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1916- Jao. W. Conllsk 1000 5.0O)
i91C-Jae. AV. ConllRk GOO 2.10)
1917- Jas. W. Conllsk 500 2.50
1923 Chas. T. Burnham 000 23.00
1937 D. H. Peerj-. Jr 601 2.50 ,
2009 Fred L. Novllle 600 2.50
2019-R. E. Waterman W 2.M
2023 T. R. Jones 10W 3.00
2023 T. R. Jones 1000 6.00
2(55 R. L. Colburn 10CO 6.00 i
2056 Mattle E. Edwards 1000 K.OO I
2059-.L B. Evans 1003 6.00 "
2073 H. S, Joseph 1000 5.C0
077 J. C Shorten 500 2.S0 n
20S3 Hudson Sons & Co 1000 B.CO I
2057 Hudson Sons & Co 1KO 6.CO
20SS Hudson Sons & Co 1003 B.0O
2090 HudBon Sons &' Co 1G00 COO
2093 H. Bamberger 1000 B.OO
2099 C. M. Sorcnson 2000 10.00
2102 Mrs, E. S. Cartwrlght.. 50) 2.50
2107 Julius Meyers 2000 10.00 . i
2114 M S. Pendcrgast 291 1
2120 E. N. Jenkins 321 l.C0A - ;
21S7 R. L. Colburn 1000 6.(0
2199 Dr. Saml. L. Brick.... 2000 10.00
2203 J, D. Carnahan 20CO 10.OT I
2211 Hudson Sons & Co 1000 6.00 1
2231 S, M. Warmbath 1000 6.'0
2235 J. W. Skinner 500 2 0
2210 J. B, Evans 1&C0 o.OO
2211 J. It. Evans 1000 G.OO
22 12 J. B. Eans IQCO 5M
2213 J. B. Evans ICO) 6.00
2211 J. B. Evans lCOO 5 00 ,
2215-J. B. Evans , 9 .0115
2210 J. B. Evajts 1000 5.00
2311 Bavnctt & Langley 1000 6.00
2326 W. B Putnam 0)0 2 50
2SU-T Sheets 1SCO 6.V.T
2Ss5 F. D. lligglnbotham, Jr 1000 6.00
23311 T R. Jones 1000 6 00
2337 T P. Jones lOOO 6 CO ')
234C-J. S. Fotrls 1CO0 b'oo
234S Hudson Sons & Co 1000 5 00
2319 Sheota & Thompson.... 1000 C.00
2350 Barnett & Langley 1000 B.CO
2361 Julius Haupt lOOO B 00
2362 Julius Haupt 30CO B.O)
2303 Julius Haupt 260 1 SO
2365 Hudson Sons & Co 500 250 ' v
23SS-A. S. Campbell 500 SO L '
2390 A. Ilannuer, Or 700 3 0 "
2427 W. J. Browning 1000 B.'oo
242S-W. J. Browning lOOO 6.M
2432 W. J. Browning 10OO C 00
2435 W. J. Crowning lOOO G CO
2443-W. J. Browning 1000 B 00
2445-W. J. Browning KC0 6 00
244 C J. W. Foete ;iao cm
2-147 W. J. Browning 1000 hM
2101-M. M. Mmor 100) 5$
247-1 Julius Haupt 200 i'm
2475-J. Huff oo i'm
2S23-Ed. Mcllnger 700 2 7:-,
2530 rj. M. V"oat.... 15,30 '-k
2531 E. M West. 1000 km
2532 E. M. Wcst.j. rxi
253-t-E. M. West,,, 1000 -fi'Sn
254S-N. Duerdei? ...s 271
2559-C. F. Warroo 330
25CO-W. J. Browning 1000 i' m
91-W. J. Browning 1000 u
2592- W. J. Browning icoo 1 rn
2593- W. J. Browning 1000 ' X
2591-W. J- Browning 1000 k'S
2595 W. J. Browning low 1
25SG-W. J. Browning iooJ
2C97-W. J. Browning 1000 1'
259S-W. J. Browning 100S l'S2
2C01-W. J. Browning 1000 Hjt
2C02-K. M. West ..... C.M
SC03-E. M. West $82 B.JO 1
21-"c:. M. TV eat G-M
2603- 1?. M. West . iSg? B.W
MOC-i:. M. West ixS c.00
26-. m. west iXjv r:9
260S-E. M. West ! inm 5"95
2609-E. M. West ' igS r 93 1 ;
2623-S. M. Pcndergast... I 1000
2621-S. M. Pcndergast.... m$ f-W
2625-S. M. Pcndergast isK r'?2
2C26-S. M. Pendergast... io5X -C0 ;
2682-U F. Peer lofti f9?- 1
2W9-J. L. Sheets iSS -?3V . !i
2670-J. L. Sheets B.WV-
2G71-J. L. Sheets iSl B-00
2C72 J. L. Sheets iYxi 6.00
2673-J. L. Sheets 6.C0 '
2-rrt-J L. Sheets JSS 6.00
2C75-J. L. Sheets uvS 6.M
And In accordance wlth'liw . 1 B-
of tho board of directors. mad 0Tr
day 0 January, 1S04. so many V Til
each parcel of such stock as mn 1 area of
sary will be sold at room !; rWMw-
building. Salt Lake City ufnP p Stt
day of March. 1904. at the hoor Vh.e 26th
p. m., to nay delinquent asspf o'clock
on, together with tho coat o? l5eint ther
and expenses of the Sale advonislne
1771 RoTmTOHJrr. Secretary.
.At a meetlngVf the nV" i?u,MftV J '
the Joo Bowers MlnfnL- r Wonaii K
day of March, isoi th? ?.old th's 1
sale of dcllntiucnt stopk u Vo udo of