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t page eight THE SALT LAKE TPJBTOOi. satobdg.'october
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1 1 H-Qn-Fl
I' ;j HIGH SCHOOL VS.
: ALL HALLOWS
. i ' '
City Championship Is
,i Both Elevens in Good Con-
;V dition and a Hard Strug-
jj gle Expected.
, 1 1 Contest Takes Placo at Walker's Field
This Afternoon at 3 O'clock
' Studouts Enthusiastic.
I, .llj At "Walker's Flold thla afternoon the
I Bait Lako Ulali chool and All Hallows
' j J college football teams rueut to dccldo the
Mm city championship. Both aggregations
J j have trained faithfully for tho contest
J and each team will enter tho game with
l j confidence of victory. As tho result of
,'',' today'o battle will decldo tho Jntor
' ; scholastics championship of tho city, both
oleveny will.no doubt make a desperate
Htrucclc for first honors. Tho tanis
i seemed to le qulio evenly matched and a
J hard-fought contest Is confidently ex
11 iwcled by both. '
.(''i This year there ore only two elevens to
' lompete for the academic champion
s' whip. The Collegiate Institute has not
1 1 done much In a football way this season,
A ":d they will probably not meet either
4 ' 'he hltrh school or All Hallows teams
J Tho university preps have not organized
yet. nor have they signillcd any Inten
i tlon of trying for the i-lminplonshlp. This
' leaves only tho high school and All Hal
lows college aggregations to fight it out
'! for first honors.
The Red and liluck lenm hns proven
- that it Is a strong one and worthy of
I consideration In any company of Us
.' weight. The high school boys havo mixed
with tho hie "I" team and hold the
jj giant Aggies down to a single score. This
i performance Is most credltablo "when it
, )',' is remembered that tho Liogan team aver
1 j apes about COO pounds to the man.
The All Hallows team has not plaved
!', nnythlng except practlco games as yol,
J nd tho fans are completely In the dark
. j as to the speed and weight of tho or
.' ganlr.atlon Freeman Bassett, an old Na
, tionaj Guard player, has had charge of
4k he team and ho expects his men to mako
a creditable showing this afternoon.
! I The contest will begin at 3 o'clock on
I1 "Walker's Athletic Field. Following is
i 'i the Ilnc-up of tho two teams;
j I VM. School. AH Hallows,
i i'l Ncedham I.e.' McEvoy
1 , a U Qulnn
i ll Roberts I.g Splcer
! ' Richmond c Sullivan
I V c'm3,S3y r-P Hamilton
144 Crltchlow r.t , Curran
ij Harris r.e Gallagher
j Grocsbcck q.b Owens
i,'! u" '-ll-V. Savage
I . It chardson r.h.b Donhalter
ij ' , Jildson f.b Grldley
, ;v PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
';. x Taconia, 4; Oakland, 7.'
' ' , SAN, FRANCISCO. Oct. 21.-0akland
1 landed heavily on Fitzgerald todav and
I I got a big lead at tho very start. Errors
I wcro numerous on both sides and llgurcd
' I 1 , In' the run-gelling. Score:
I ! '' i , R. H. E.
J acoma 020 200 000 1 7 7
j ,1 Oakland 301 110 10-7 11 6
' i Batteries Buchanan and Bvrnes; Fllz-
I ,; gorald and Hogan. Umpire Perrlne.
I'd ' Portland, 0; San Francisco, 5.
3 PORTLAND. Oct. 21.Tho home team
.' ; suffered a shut-out today at tho hands of
: Coroctt, In one of, the best played battles
d oen. 0,1 htL ,ocal llcld thl3 year. Manager
Butler pitched for tho Portlands and for
M the first time this season, when pitted
against Corhett, lost tho game. Score;
11 Portland ,000 000 000 0 6 4
j: Slln PTand3CO ... . . . .(01 001 OCC- 5 11 2
; Battcrlea-Butlcr and Steelman; Corbctt
nd Shea. Umpire Brown.
I I Seattle, 11; ILos Angeles, 2.
; ' SEATTLE, Wash., Oct. 2L "WMIo Hogg
1,1. was a mystery to Los Angeles today. Se-
I'li 2;110 aJlcd both.Baum and Grav hard,
ill P'.11. oC foKrUmes at bat Mohlcr got a
j triple, a doublo and two singles, Scorer
M Scattio 220 221 02'-U ' H
JjJ Los Angeles no (00 000 3 7 2
111 Batteries Hogg and Leahy; Baum, Gray
iM and Spies. Umpire McDonald.
I.', j SIX ROUNDS TO A DRAW.
! ijj Fast and Furious Bout Between. Yan-
Eer and Sayers.
! - MILWAUKEE. Wis., Oct, 21.-Benny
1 ' J Tangcr of Chicago and Maurice Sayera
jt f MHwaukco went six rounds to a draw
l1 l bpforo tho Milwaukee Boxing club to-
, ! night. The bout was fast and furious
troni etart to finish, in tho fourth round
langer had Savers hangjng on at the bell
, J and seemed to havo a good lead. Savers
,S rallied In the fifth and got evon honors,
ii ; In the sixth, during a hot mlx-up. Savors
; landed a hard right on Yangor's jaw!
"i neiirly unJinJaiicIng him. Thin blow earned
tho Milwaukee boy a draw. Tho men
: ! j S gbourt.hard w"cn tho ons fln-
'! Fell'in Third Round.
l!'H t BALTI0RB,- 9cU -1 PliHadolphla
' J Jack O'Brien knocked out Jim Jeffords
; of California .In tho third round their
:H flrtcen-round boxing -ontost tonight be-
! R tor? tli? B"l- Athletic club. Continuous
B body blows caused tho Western man t a
wdghTs mC" f0Ugllt at ch-
ilffl Fleharty Is Knocked Out.
:g MARLBORO, Mass., Oct, 21.in the
ll noventh round of what was to havo been
S 't, r'"een-round hout, Jimmy Brlggs
;H champion lightweight of New England
I iwcHL k"ocltcd ouL aiartln Plahwty Jc
Jj Wouldn't You
j i like to be spared half-a-day's work
. each week? Fels-Naptha cuts
; 8 wash-day in half.
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THANKSGIVINQ DAT GAME.
University "Will Play the Big Date
f"With Colorado College Team.
An Important chance was mado in tha
University football Hchedulo yesterday.
Tho hill team will meet tho Colorado Col
lego team horo on Thanksgiving day. This
date has been hold hitherto for tho Lo
ganltcs, but because of their unwilling
ness to remain by a former agreement,
thoy forfeited their right to this date.
Tho annual gamo with tho Logan aggre
gation will be played, but no dollnlte date
has oa yet been decided upon. The game
will probably -take placo early In Novom
ber, soon after tho Aggies arrive from
their coast tour
Tho Colorado Colloge team Is the fast
est eleven In Colorado, savo for the cham
pion Boulderltes. Their record for the
present season docs not carry a single de
feat, and If luclc favors them in tholr
great contest with Boulder they may es
cape with a tie game. Tho showing which
this team makes against Boulder, and
lator against us, will bo extremely Inter
esting, inasmuch as It will glvo local foot
ball enthusiasts a lino on tho Improve
ment mudo by lh east bonch bunch dur
ing the sreason
Results at Elmridg-e.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Oct. 21. Elmridge
First race, nvo furlongs Precious Stone
won, Vannesa second, Jlmalong third.
Second race, nvo and a half furlongs
Devout won, Toxer fecoud, El Oteros
third. Time. 1:00.
Third race, one mile Baikal won, Easy
Street second. Mac Miller third. Time,
Fourth race, mile and a quarter Bnrk
lvlto won, St. Tammany second, Horatius
third. Time, 2:00.
Fifth rare, steeplechase, mile and a
quarter Sohwarzwald won. Evonder sec
ond. Sprlngwater third. Time. 2:2$.
Sixth race, live and a half furlongs
Lady Ellison won. Adaro second. Fleet
wood third. Tlmce. 1:08.
At Delmar Park.
ST. LOUJS. Oct. 21 Delmar summary:
First race live and a half furlongs, flail
ing Lady Churchill won. Maid of the
Order second, .Bird Pond third. Time,
Second race, nvo furlongs. selling
Wakeful won, Kdlth Vice second. Lady
Greenwood third. Time, l:03Vi
Tnlrd race. six furlongs, selling
Wagon won, Fugartha second, Caelana
third. Time, l:0h.
Fourlh race. mile, selling Ivernla won.
Triple Silver second, Pusslvo third. Time,
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Sid Silver won. One More second,
St. Daniel third. Time. l:0S-?.i.
Sixth race, mllo and three-eighths, sell
ingBengal won. Compass second, Miss
Ron third. Time. 2 2C4.
Summary at "Worth.
CHICAGO. Oct. 21. Worth summary:
First rac. six furlongs Big Beach won,
Blahop Poolo second. Palm Tree third.
Second race, six furlongs J. W. O'Nell
won. Mad Mullah second, Gypzene third.
Third race, mile and a sixteenth BRr7
kelmcro won. Jlngler second, Nlaxus
third. Time. 1:521-5.
Fourlh race, live and a half furlongs
Useful Lady won, Dundall second, Ra
Vlana third. Time. 1:09 3-5.
Fifth race, mllo and a sixteenth Dr.
Stephens won. Clausus second, Celebra
tion third. Time. 1:53.
Sixth race, mile and seventy yards
Dutiful won. Docile second, Triumvir
third. Time, 1 .
' On the Lewiston Couxso.
LEWISTON. Ida., Oct 21. -Results:
2:11 trot or pace Lerol, pacer, won flrst
and third heats, In 2:lGV-s. 2. 164. Second
heat won by Mack Mack, trotter. In 2:121;.
2 20 pace Gold Bug won two straight
heats. Best time. 2:23'.i. Lpvelace was
second, Lady Smith third.
Four and a half furlongs Aurora B.
won. Young Pepper second, Modder third.
Time, 5CVi seconds.
Six furlongs Zaza won, Sallie Goodwin
second. The Pride third. Time, 1-16.
Mile dash Lord Eldred won. Fonda sec
ond, Rlmrock third. Time, 1:47.
COURSING AT FRIEND.
Three Rounds Run in Futurity Stake
FRIEND, Neb.. Oct 21 Three rounds
were run in the Futurity stake at the
park of the Friend Coursing club today,
bringing tho race down to scml-flnals.
The slower dogs were beaten out in tho
preliminary rounds, bringing Increased In
terest aa tho foster houndB competed. A
heavy wind today handlcaped the dogs
and conditions were somewhat unfavora
ble. With the faster dogs racing fewer
reached tho escape, Mr. Brlndlc, a Butte,
Mont., hound, mado the best showing to
day, beating three competitors who had
been picked to race in the last two rounds.
Two dogs from Montana and two from
Kansas are still In tho contest The tlnal
rounds In the Futurity and tho prelim
inary rounds In the All-Aged Puppy stake
will be run tomorrow. Today's winners:
Second round Mr. Brlndle, BolIIo Mc
Knlght, Pete Cushman, Queen of Edgar.
Stylish Lady. Matchless Beauty, Mabel
Green, Lady Llsmcrc, Sweet Lucy, Nlinblo
Beat, Undertaker. S. S., Half Fare, Pocr
less, Graceful, Carmen, M. JL, Happy
Free, Kcclcy'a Malt, Lady Best. Lady
Parker, Queen Bushman. Bello of Clon
torf. Limerick Lass, Wandering Willie.
E. M. H., Sam Hudson, Kitty o' the Hills.
Bello of the Hills, Lord Rnvcn ran a bye.
Third round Mr. Brlndle, Peter Cush
man, Stylish Lady. Mabel Green, Sweet
Lucy, Undertaker, Peerless Beautv,
Graceful Carmen, Kce'ey's Malt, Lady
Parker, Queen Bushman, Wandering Wil
lie, E. M. II.. Kitty o' tho Hills. Lord
Ravon ran a bye.
Fourth round Mr, Brlndlo, Mabel
Green, Undertaker, Graceful Carmen.
ICccley'o Malt, Queen Bushman. Lord
Raven. Kitty o" the Hills ran a bye.
To Fix Date for Prize Fight.
Special to Tho Tribune.
pGDEN Oct. 21.-Mnager Joo Woods
will reach Ogdcn tomorrow with his
string of prlie lighters and will perfect
arrangoments for the coming bout be
tween Herrora and Markham, The bout
will bo pulled off In Ogden during the
latter part of tho present month, the
date to bo settled tomorrow, it probably
will bo Wednesday. October 28. although
it has not been definitely sottlcd.
Amateur Golf Tourney.
HAMILTON, Oct. 21.-H, Ch.ndlor
Ecan, amateur champion of tho United
States, and A. L. White, both members
of the Harvard golf team, will play to
morrow to decldo tho intercollegiate golf
championship, they being the survivora
of tho semi-final round played today In a
driving rainstorm, over tho links of the
Myopia Hunt club. F. O. Rolnhart of
Princeton, present champion, was de
feated in the afternoon play bv w
Chandler Egan. ""
Goes to Los Angeles.
SEATTLE, Wash., Oct. 2L-Jiunes
2rlcX' maascr of Uio Los Angeles Pa
cific Coast league team, has closed with
Hans Wagner of the Pittsburg Nationals.
C,h!inr tno Chicago Nationals
and Christy Mathowson of tho Now York
Nationals. Chance and Wagner havo al
ready signed for tho balanco of tho sea
son, and a telegram received today says
Ia ?iathey?,2 has 8Cnt hla terms and
that they. wHi.baaocetd Jxr. ZtozlaT
Marks Are Lowered at
Pacing Record to Pole for
Half a Mile Is Clipped
ilonk and Equity Were Sent Against
Trotting- Record to Polo and Cut
Off a Quarter.
MEMPHIS, Oct. 2L Two world's rec
ords were broken today at Memphis Driv
ing park. C. 1C G. Billings of Chicago
was tho drlvor in each ovent. Prince Di
rect and Morning Star, driven to pole,
lowered tho pacing record to polo for half
a mllo of 1:01 '.i by stepping tho distance
Tho Monk and Equity were sent against
tho trotting record to pole of 2.0$, held by
thorn, and rounded tha courso In 2:07?i.
A high wind was blowing up the stretch,
which prevented Dan Patch, Major Del
mar and Charles Mao from beginning be
ing sent against time, as scheduled.
After finishing tho lialf in their attempt
against the record, Prlnco Direct and
Morning Star were sent around the course,
rounding out tho mile in 2:05, unofficial,
which equals the pole record -for that dis
tance held by Prlnco Direct and Direct
Hal. Sweet Marie easily won the 2:06 trot
In straight heats. Results:
2 25 pace. $1000, two In three Funslon
won the second and third heats In 2:'9Vt,
2:12. Strawplle Billy won the flwt heat in
2:Ui. Ed C and Emll D. also started.
2.2S trot, $-100. mile, one heat Tom Ax
worthy won In 2.-12U. Ozone. Emily Letch
er ana Gateway also started.
2:11 trot. $100, mile, one neat Vnnsando
won In 2:C0U- Euxenite. Tho Questor, In
vader and Airship also started. The
Questor finished first, but was set back
2:06 trot. $1000. two In three Sweet Mario
won two straight heats in 2:0 2.0CV.
Snyder McGregor, Forvne, Wcntworth and
Cliaso also started.
2:0S pace, $400. half-mile, ono heat Don
N. won In 1:01. Lulu May, Nancy H.
and Oregon Maid also started.
To beat half-milo pacing record, l:0l;
to pole Prince Direct and Morning Star
(Mr. Billings), won. Time by quarters,
30 seconds, 1:01.
To beat mllo trotUng record. 2:03, pole
The Monk and Equity (Billings), won.
Time by quarters. 32 seconds, 1:03, 1:311
"Worth Entries for Saturday.
Special to Tho Tribune.
CHICAGO, Oct. 21. Worth entries for
First race, soiling, six furlongs:
My Jane 101 St. Paula 101
Friendless lOlAnna Beall 106
Alibcrt lOOBmpcror of Indla.120
Miss Inlhony . ..lOSHarnoy 100
Gus Ileldorn lllJim Hale Ill
Cardinal Wolsey ..113Beautlful and
Mansard 121 Best 114
Second race, five and one-half furlongs:
Broadwa Girl . . . SSSmlthy Kano OS
Pelham OSDIxelle OS
Loglstllla ... ftSBlancho S t3
West Brookfleld .lOlHarum Scarum ..103
Subtle 103La.wlcr 106
Cutter lOSGold Enamel Ill
Third race, the Phoenix handicap, one
and one-sixteenth miles:
Klelnwood OOBrnncas 11C
Now Mown Hay ,.102Katlo Powers ....100
Prince Sliver- Ananias 100
wings 112FJoral King 1H
Fourth race, handicap, six furlongs:
Cigarllghter 93Gold Enamel 03
Sir Brlllar DIDon Domo OS
Cognomen 'JSHands Across ....108
Mayor Johnson .. .107Scorplo 107
Mansard lOOBIg Ben 132
Couple Cigarllghter and Gold Enamel,
Miller entry; Cognomen and Hands
Across. Hlldreth entry; Mansard and Big
Ben, Tcnns entry.
Fifth race, handicap, one mile and sev
Satire DORankln 93
Lurallghtcr 95Jono Holly 56
Glorlosa 97Spencerlan 09
Sixth race, selling, ono and three-eighths
Martlnmass 107Bonckart ill
La Chaperone .... SOCharllo Miller ... 85
Malackoff 92 Bard of Avon 94
Sarllla MLlttlo Elkin 96
Clausus 96 The Way 101
Raining; track sloppy.
Favorite "Won at Jamaica.
NEW YORK, Oct 21 -On a heavv track
Do Reszko, tho 6 to B favorite, caufly won
tho Garden City selling stores, ono mllo
and a sixteenth, at Jamaica today Gav
Bpy was tho paccmalccr to tho strotch.
whore DoRcszko took the lead and won bv
thrco lengths Three favorites won
When DoRcszko was offered for auction
Lakeland, which ran second with Llttlo
Em, bid him to $-1000. an advance of
oyer his entered selling price. Tho stablo
bid the customary $5 and retained tha
First race, six furlongs Et Tu Brulo
won, Balettc second, Sals third. Time
Second race, mile and a sixteenth
Grenada won, Jamea F. cccond. War
Whoop third. Time. 1:50.
Third race, five and a half furlongs
Coy Maid won, Flandercs second. Mvonla
third, Time, 1.-00 1-G. opia
Fourth race. Garden City stakes, mllo
and a sixteenth DoRcszko won. Little Em
second. Lord Badge third. Time, 19 2-S
Fifth race, mile and noventy yards-Bally
Castle won, Conceal second, Brunswick
third, Tlmo, 1:52.
Sixth race, six furlongs Ranger won.
Oliver Cromwell necond, BUI Ballov ti
third. Time. 1,03. OJ 11
Races at Boise.
Special to The Tribune.
BOISE, Ida., Oct. 21. Racing summary:
First race, lntcrmountain stako 217
trot, purse J1000, beat two heats In three
Commonwealth won, Briny K. second
Benadi third Time. 2.16& 2MSV1.
Second race, 2:17 trot or pace, two lit
three A Valentino won. Jcssex second
Avellno third. Time. GU. '
Third race, running, for three-year-olds
and upward, four and one-half furlongs
Billy Mahon won, Honest John second,
Charles Lamar third. Tlmo, 55 seconds.
Fourth race, for cow ponies, flvc-milo
rolay, riders to chango horsos each mll
Cowley's string won, Pollard's atrlng
flecond. Tlmo, 10:44.
Fifth raco. running, six furlongs, sell
ing Cerro Santo won. Almoner second
Bello Read third. Time. 1:14.
Sixth race, five and one-half furlonga,
nJI ages, for non-winners at this meeting
Miss Hunter won, Black -Cloud second.
jUrbno tbirA. Timvl.-fl8x ' .
Fast Chauffeur Reaches
Will Try to Lower World's
Record at Calder's Park
Newkirk Tells How It Feels to Slide
Around a Curve ou Two Wheels,
Going- 45 Miles an Hour.
"Dare-devil Jed" Newklrk and his cele
brated "man-klllcr" arrived In Salt Lako
shortly before 12 o'clock last night from
Colorado Springs. Tho celebrated chauf
feur was quite sleepy and declared that
tho ride over tho Rocky mountains was
not half as exciting as a whirl In his
mlle-a-mlnute automobile. "The scenery
Is great," he exclaimed; "but, on the, level,
those trains remind mo of a 10-horsepower
runabout running on the low gear when
tho gasoline Is about gone "
Newklrk n Young- Man.
Newklrk Is a pleasant-appearing young
fellow whoso head does not seem to have
been affected in the least by his recent
successes in ni6lor-cr racing. When
usivcu uuoui uie pi-aunps oi simo rac
ing, he smiled and said:
"Oli, I suppose It's dangerous, and 3
guess If I keep at It long enough I'll
get killed. But I have been very lucky
so far and never worry about an acci
dent. I never had but ono mix-up and
that was not my fault. The car that was
running ahead of me capsized and I was
following no close that 1 couldn't get out
of tho way. We had a collision and I
was thrown about forty feet, but es
caped with a broken arm.
Feels Like Flying.
"Yes, there's a fascination about It." he
continued, "and I suppose that's one rea
son why I like the business. A man ex
periences a peculiar thrill when ho Is, slid
ing around a curve In a cloud of dust,
going at a rate of forly-llvo miles per
hour. It feels flomethlng like flying, 1
suppose, although I have never expe
rienced the latter sensation."
This afternoon Newklrk will take his
celebrated racing-car "SS9" out to Calder's
park to "feel out" tho track No admis
sion will be charged and those who de
sire to see the famous chauffeur do a
mile in a minute and a half are Invited to
Sunday afternoon Newklrk will make
an attempt to lower the world's record
for live miles on a half-mile track. Owing
to the long curves, tho Calder's track Is
considered a fast one for automobiles, and
it is not at all unlikely that the record
may be broken.
GOLF AT COUNTRY CLUB.
Semi-Finals of Play for Consolation
Cup to Be Held This Afternoon.
Tho scml-flnals of the golf play for the
IglcheaTt trophy will be played at the
Country club this afternoon. Plummor is
matched with Worlhlngton and Holman
Tho soml-llnals In tho club chnmplon
ship will bo played today and tomorrow.
Copp meets Thompson and McGurrln tries
conclusions with Hale.
In the woman's handicap at tho club
yesterday afternoon only nine holes were
played, the remainder of the gamo be
tween Mrs. Channing and Mrs. Stclner be
ing called on account of darkness. It will
be concluded Friday.
Fight Called Off.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 21. Tho fight between
Joe Choynskl and Philadelphia Jack
O'Brien, scheduled for next Thursday
night, has been called oft, owing to a
brief telegram from Choynskl, which
eald: "Call fight off. Am out of gamo for
Don't Get Tired
Waiting; for Ogden connection over the
'phone, but use our new Long- Distance
Line after Monday, Nov. 24th.
UTAH INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE
Some Famous Retreats.
In the light of the more recent revela
tions that have reached us from Manchu
ria without official editing, our military
expert now believe that Kuropatkln
fought the last day's battlo of Llao Yang
against odd3 of ten to one, and that his
withdrawal was a masterpiece of strategy.
It now seems evident that tho bulk of
his army was well upon the way to Muk
den beforo ho showed a sign of yielding,
and that tho Japancso wore held for at
least twenty-four hours by tho Russian
rear guard. In support of this hypothe
sis, they point to the fact that Kuro
patkln left behind him no spoils of war;
t)iat every important bit of army prop
erty had been removed; that tho Japa
nese, after their heroic efforts, marched
Into a dismantled stronghold, which had
been swept olean of all material of con
sequence. Old campaigners aro reminded of Boau
rcgard's ovacuatlon of Corinth, Miss., in
tho spring of 1SG2. It was somo timo nfter
tho bloody battlo of Shlloh, to bo sure,
but aa much a part of It aa Kuropatkln's
retrograde movemont upon Mukden is a
part of tho tremendous affair at Llao
Yang. Beauregard was strongly In
trenched at Corinth, and Hallcck and
Grant wero slowly enveloping him. in a
grim cordon that ho could not hope to
break with a force ho did not daro to
meet. Tho Union commanders woro draw
ing nearer and nearer every day by means
of zigzag tronchea. and tho big guns from
tho boats were shelling tho Confedorato
position with steadily increasing fury.
But Beauregard had been quietly ship
ping the sick, tho wounded, tho wagons,
tho animals, and nearly all of tho men
fit for servlco shipping them south to a
position somo eighty miles distant until,
ou tho laot evening. wIipti tho Union
troop3 wero ready for tho nssaull, the
Confederate camp Arcs represented only
a strong rear guard in light marching
order, ft was about 10 o'clock that night
when, with tho big shollH bursting all
about them, a few thousand "gray backs"
filed from many directions Into tho hard,
smooth, Bandy road, ami six or seven
hours later the "Federals" swarmed ovor
tho breastworks, only to find a beggarly
dobrls of battered canteens nnd frowsy
horao blankets and tho like, with Beau
regard's army out of danger and tho rear
guard trotting southward, twenty miles
Kuropatkln'B retirement waa achieved
under infinitely greater difficulties, but
It seems to havo been equally successful
from a military point of view. History,
wo think, will classify It as ono of tho
famous retreats in war. Washington
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Terrific Storm Sweeps Ainsefra, Al
geria, Causing- Great Loss of Life.
AINSEFRA, Alglera, Oct. 21. A terri
fic storm burst over this region today.
The river overllowed, sweeping away
many houses. Tho loss of llfo is consid
erable, but the extent of tho disaster Is
not known. Tho dnmago to property was
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Modem Ways Introduced Into Japan.-
If you but try to look at a tiny hand
of any girl In a well-to-do family of
present-duy Japan a hand coming out
of a scaiiel-llned sleeve you will easily
find a Jeweled ring or rings on her
fingers. Jewels we had none before, but
we prize them Just the same. As to the
wearing- of rings, even gentlemen are
often seen with a thick gold ring made
out of un old Japanese coin called
"koban." The aLudy of the introduue
tlon of a new custom Is Interesting.
In the case of "snow white pillowy,"
they were first uyed in hospitals, where
we adopted everything fro mthe West
as it was. We did not have sheets for
our beds along- with that, but cleanness
recommended Itself to the Japanese and
the custom was readily followed by
Hhose who took a fancy to It.
As to IclHsIng-, it is rather delicate to
touch on, but it cannot be dismissed
with a general statement that "In affec
tion and lovo the Japanese are out
wardly undemonstrative." All depends
upon creumstancey. Generally speak
ing, we shun the eyes of tho public to
be demonstrative, or to seek the occa
sion when all can join with us. Kissing
as practiced In the West is still strange
to us, but one who knows about It would
wonder if a young couple of modern
Japan should take to It to express their
love. London Times.
A Terrible Confession.
There was Indignation in tho town. Tho
second fioor of St. Boniface's school hod
been Hooded with water, and ceilings be
low wero precipitated ovor tho desks.
Shrowd detectives searched for the mis
creants, while the trustees engaged In
the collection of funds for prosecution
Weeks passed by. but tho sleuths found
no clue: neither did tho reward offered
poduce traces of tho offenders. One
morning a dejected boy appeared beforo
the priest and mado confession.
"Tho other boys lured mo into tho
basement' of a large building," began tho
lad, imploringly. "Sure, 1 didn't know
what building it was." ho added quickly.
"Go on," said tho priest, sternly, cer
tain that an Important disclosure was
about to bo made.
"In the basement there was a pump,"
and tho boy trembled.
"Yes, yes," urged the priest, Impatient
ly, as tho link grew stronger In tho
Hooded schoolhouso case.
"And then I pumped, and tho next
thing I heard"
"Tho rush of water," interrupted tho
"Who said anything about wator?"
muttered tho boy In disgust. "It was
music. Tho motor was brokon and the
othor boys cot me to pump wind into a
Protestant pipo organ." Now York
Not That Kind of a Dog.
Friendly Old Lady (to little girl sit
ting on porch beside dog) Ah. my
dear, your dog Is a setter, isn't he?"
Little Girl Oh, no, ma'am; he gets
up an' plays around sometimes. Har
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