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.II rEDsDAY aiosynsG'otnsitfBEB 3i9Di. THE SALT LAK"F, THIBIINE. page sevew !' '
Jli to the
ill Celebration at
J I, oi U,
Krjous "Huskies" Tell
Kdmirers How They
Jjaflre, Bond and Orntory "Were
fKjjtures of the Notable
jBcthtriUon never before equaled In
IRlorr of the State, the students at
Bjjrtrtllr raade memorable the homc
lK( their twlco victorious football
HUst evening Seated cosily In a
'BWbL'5, tho victors, were hauled
BbWtaround Ulc clt' by aeveral
, iflfej ej itclr classmen. Behind came
BJ Tvomen in nobby-looking cx
,"1 17,1,10 beautiful b' smmiiS
JMri savins' colors Following these
IRcthfr 6tuilents and preps sluglng
ilKisKijf, Interspersed with sharp and
sKdoIuss on the Campus.
I r K lis coming of darkness the slu
X Riiiitaed lo tho University campus,
iKirilthe crackling of flames and
Eihi of martial music, was made a
ollfjo celebration, which con
Brlili a "shirt tall" parade. During
JBiptn jpeeches were made by mem-
II K( lie team and prominent profes
'lH?iiJIt the college women showed
B'lwts were In the right place by
;Hg the football boys a delicious
KftHMforlhe celebration were definitely
in Biitcd yesterday noon and executed
B4RrfriDg rapidity A student body
sKra called at half-past 1 o'clock,
j.WMeh Mose Dougall presided. Yell
HrTibtxy was on hand and ran tho
'rjtti through a few popular yells for
inpaita, Chairman Dougall then nn-
; Hed thit the old wood on the campus
:Htl the disposal of the students and
BbeuS'1 In making a rattling bon
jeiHAfur liftenlng to se veral short ad
: i H) lie students filed out on the
'ttfHoud gathered up the wood In a
Iccated directly In front of the
'IBV A barrel of pitch and petroleum
picWr secured and the wood was
Hi Reception at Depot.
irapleted the students left for the
)'im,fn they pave the team a rous
'fcptio:i on their arrival. The heroes
IBP rom lne steps of the car and
b the omnibus, which was beau
OBjf dtcorated with crimson and silver.
;itp?s were tied to the omnibus, to
p Ua students hitched themselves
uiWk started off for town. After
CP and down most of the prln
ta3cs3 streets tlicy came to a halt
f rar of First South, cheering and
T;Hf Here they waited until several
arrived, In which thev were
dtVi to the University.
iS-Bouthe football team arrived at
H. . r2 college women hustled
'jW W their clubroom and made them
WicU of a dainty luncheon. "While
Tlpg themselves they wero bom
HB questions from th co-eds, to
st'"J repeated the story of their vlc
MiHLr,tfJanJ ovcr asaln. All lively
iwg'l-tUM to their trip were repcat
IBh,lr!1rT 0D0 of lhc huskies had some
Kmt expense of his team
IR Eonfire Touched Off.
k?i?iSh (,tho Fort Douglas band
t!f wLEIu.5 flames f the huge fire
ru. Pe much-enjoyed social to
I fu , foo'ba11 hoys were then ea-
d.p,atrm loc-ilcd under the
rieT;,r.0 ,thcy fcall themselves
t 9 ArPA of ECv001 anu national col
t E t" vTf T0CKl Pc which had Just
H t; S .tJ,nt0 flarac3 hlch sur-
Knn'v'P In .height and 11
a M.in,3r lh.e cntlre campus, but
5 ftSS'-S Mcl "on of tho city. The
fi u.1 whllc thc "Parks
A imM1 directions. Thc tar
b?J?SJ,ad dono thelr work and
1 fittt .fVnW a monster.
I t U look' .5Cd furiously Chairman
" At ulalform vid 03110,1 for
WTwu Jf rj.e,eaphone. Coach
1 WLtii,,n ,th0 Platform and
sa cw ra exlendcd him and
CC "ado Bennion and other
iith?nero, ,cn called upon to
i f XncJ Prominent among
t-Pr3rP'erc Manacer George
. Plnm yUuic? and I-yman, Drs.
"tmimer and Morrill.
1 Bni Led the March.
I ou?h,DoUBlafl band- the
m bonn hLn Parade around
1 ThroShys' ,t0.the tune of
' fire S1 .R'Sla." Gradually
b'10. out, whereupon
1 - tODhnm?11 t0 leavo for home.
LlrU nil LWarnLnr' suddenly
. i Mmu rVT tnelr quarters
with n VrTh?y concluded tho
Mftflt geiiuino collego "shirt
W1 XAXE NEW RECOBD.
5 KMr to a
. 1 Ga Last Evening.
ItSlSl? lWOnli-lno Pn- is
r'inV. 0 m:id0 by the tux-
. sT fcssuo M?Rm Wlth 1110 Railroads
I J war?, bst cvenln Tho
' ItSWmS of nFroat ,form nnd n
IKS'' 'or tba II?1 l0UB than 200.
Wln L1? w 2-3 4-5. a
lyss aany company Tala-
ttfhn82f a bUIous hQblt
Jmft Sub Sarca
mantes made the high score of thc cvon-
Ing, rolling 223 In the second game. Be
low aro tho scores:
"Whitney 210 170 22
Price 19(3 103 157
Martin 170 107 lit
Nelson 131 D02 170
Williams 1C3 Vil 179
Totals S70 773 S72
Gamble ,...lSi 201 173
Hamilton 131 209 193
Talamantcs 1C2 223 19C
G. Smith P Hfi 202 181
McI-cod 1C0 18D 167
Totals , ,.7S3 1.02J 913
Third High School Team Wins.
Thc third high school football eleven
defeated the Grand school team In a. spir
ited game yesterday afternoon on the
high school campus, by n scoro of 17-0.
The high school team was tho heavier and
displayed better team work. The Grant
team registered a kick becauso several
"subs" of the first high school team wero
allowed to play. Bclcw Is tho line-up:
High school Grant school
Coombs 1. c. "WllklnB
Baer 1. t Dixon
Rogaunsky 1. g. Grlflllths
Newton c, Williams
Billings r. g. Holcomb
Morris r. t Bridwoll
Peck r. e Davis
Rldd q. b Mcilurrln
Rhodes I. h. b Wooloy
McCurdy r. g.b Watts
Smith f. b Courtney
Oquirrh Juniors Win
Tho Fifth East Buckers were uncere
moniously trampled In the dust yesterdav
afternoon by the Oquirrh Juniors on tho
Fifth East grounds. Tho score was 20-5.
Below Is tho Oquirrh Hnc-up; Larson,
1, o.; Moore, I. t.; McDonald, 1. g.; C. Lar
son, c; Cordell, r. g. ; Desky, r. t.; Stle
fel, r. e.: Naylor. q. b. ; Chapman, 1. h. b.;
Harrison, r. h. b.: Mulvey, f. b.
PUGS WELL PAID.
Over Twenty-Two Thousand Dollars
Divided by Gans and Britt.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. L The exact
receipts of the Brltt-Gans glove contest
wero ?31,790, Of this sum the fighters
received 70 per cent, which amounted to
522,240. As Gans by winning received 50
per cent of the fighters' share, he and
Britt each carried away 311,123. The
Shasta club's share was $9544.
After the light Gans said:
"I was too weak to do myself justice.
After I went to my corner In the second
round I knew it. I would like to fight
Britt again, but I would not do it at 133
"Britt would have won had it contin
ued." Referring to his failure to win the
championship, Britt snld:
"The decision was fair. I could not
help It. Gans kept slipping to the floor
without being struck. Ho also kept
hanging on to me and I tried to fight
him off. I went in to win and in my
opinion I would have knocked Gans out
had the fight continued."
FAMOUS PUGILIST DEAD.
George Rooke Answeres the Final
NEW YORK, Nov, 1. George Rooke,
62 years old, who at one time claimed
to be middle-weight champion pugilist
of the world, is dead in a Newark, N. J.,
hospital. He was comparatively un
known to the younger generation of pu
gilists and sporting men in general, but
a quarter of a century ago he was a
star in pugilistic circles.
All his contests were fought with bare
knuckles. His last fight whs when he
defeated "Paddy" Ryan In Chicago,
twenty-five years ago.
GANS IS WILLING.
Champion Lightweight Will Fight
Britt in Baltimore.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 1. Al. Herford.
manager for Joe Gana, the champion
lightweight pugilist, said today: "If Britt
will light Gans at Baltimore, my club will
hang up a $15,C00 purse, and If Britt will
meet Gans ut 151 ringside I will give him
a side bet of $2500. and ho can split the
purse CO and 40 If he chooses. I have al
ways contended that Gans can do weight
easier East than he can here, and I am
still of this opinion. 1 will take- Graney
for referee, or Britt qan havo somebody
Results at Latonia.
CINCINNATI, O., Nov. 1. Latonia re
sults: First race, six furlongs Fleuron won,
Sid Bow second, Girdlo third. Time. 1:15.
Second race, seven furlongs Good Cheer
won. Woodlawn Belle socond, Varlora.
third. Time. 1:27.
Third race, mile Lustlg won, King of
tho Valley second, Schoolmato third.
Fourth race. Covington Autumn stakes,
six furlongs Dr. Leggo won. Ethel Day
second, 'Green Gown third. Time. 1:14.
Fifth race, mile and seventy yards Cop
pcrileld won, Cheboygan second, Estrada
Palma third. Time. 1:44.
Sixth race, five furlongs Fireball won,
Erla Leo second, Muldoon third. Time,
Down at Jamaica.
NEW YORK. Nov. 1. Jamaica, results:
First race, polling, six furlongs Atwood
won. Old England second, Right and True
third. Time. 1:13 3-5
Second race, flvo and a half furlongs
Nclllo Rusgoll won, Ismallan second,
Raiment third. Time. 1:00 2-5.
Third race, mllo and a furlong Sonoma
Bcllo won, Bartender second, James F.
third. Time. 1;C5,
Fourth race, thc Gowanus stake, selling,
six furlongs Gay Boy won, Et Tu Brute
second, Missing Link third. Time. 1:13.
Fifth race, selling, mile and one-sixteenth
Akela won, Consideration second.
Hydrangea third. Time. IMS 1-5.
Sixth race, mllo and Bevcnty yards Llt
tlo Em won, Sals second, Ancestor third.
Time, 1:15 1-5.
Hueston Out of Race.
ST LOUIS, Nov. 1- As a result of to
nlght'B game In tho play-off of tho three
cornered tlo In thc tournament for the
pool championship of tho world, Thomas
Hueston of SL Louis was eliminated from
tho race. Alfred do Oro of New York de
feated him by a seoro of 125 to 11C and
will meet Jcromo H. Keogh of Buffalo
tomorrow night in tho deciding game for
UNCLE SAW'S EXPENSES.
Comparative Statement of Receipts
and Expenditures for October.
WASHINGTON, Nov. l.-r-Tho monthly
comparatlvo statement of tho Govern
ment receipts and expenditures for tho
month of Octobor. 1901, tho total receipts
wero S4S,990,G0S, an Increnso as compared
with October. 1903, of $2,027,395.
Tho expenditures for last month were
152.913,122, an Increase ns compared with
October, 1903, of $1,032,611. 'hc denclt
la8t month, therefore, was ?3.9oi6H.
ns against a deficit of $4,927,3(5 for the
corresponding month last year.
Since June PA 1901, the expenditures have
exceeded thc- receipts by fcl.SCO.Ltf. For
tho corresponding four months in iMi
there was a surplus of $CC9,2frS.
During thc Inst four months, however,
$7.000 000 havo been expended on account
of deficiency In the poatat revenues, made
necessary principally by tho extension of
, the rural free delivery service.
Baldwin Airship Is a
Second Successful Flight
of the Machine Is
Aeronaut Will Now Undertake a Fif
teen Mile Flight Over Desig
ST. LOUIsrNov. 1. A second suc
cessful flight of the Baldwin airship was
made at the World's fair today, under
the guidance of A. Knabenshue, who
piloted lhc California Arrow at will
high above the western portion of the
exposition grounds and descended in the
Stadium, adjoining the aerial concourse,
amid the cheering of thousands, after
a flight of thirty-six minutes.
Directs Ship" at Will.
Yesterday Knabenshue look the air
ship up to an altitude of 2000 feet, and,
circling, descended In the aerial con
course, within 100 feet of his starting
point. Today he went up to an altitude
of about 1600 feet, and after directing
the course of his aerial vessel at will,
descended on the exact spot upon which
he had decided to land.
Landed Where He Intended.
Owing lo the large crowd gathered
within the concourse enclosure Inventor
T. S. Baldwin admonished Knabenshue
at the start not to attempt to land In
the concourse enclosure, but to choose
some spot within and nearby, where he
would not be In danger of striking
spectators. Knabenshue choose the
Stadium enclosure, and came down Just
as he intended to do.
Will Fly Over Designated Course.
Satisfied with the demonstrations of
the airship over short courses during
these two trials. Inventor Baldwin an
nounced at the conclusion of thc- flight
that Knabenshue will tomorrow under
take a fifteen-mile flight over a desig
nated course, the choice of the course to
he left to newspaper men. and tho flight
to be made regardless of the wind conditions.
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MAN BURNED, PARROT SAVED
Firemen Risked Lives to Find It Was
Bird, Calling "Help!"
CHICAGO. Nov. 1 -Henry A. Schlater,
head butcher for Armour & Co., was
burned to death In a fire which did dam
age to the extent of $5000 to thc lodging
house otyTI. S. Fewer. Morris Burns was
Tho firemen upon their arrival heard
cries for help from tho building and
fought their way through the flames, only
to find that the appeals for rescue came
from a parroL Tho bird was saved.
Thc fire started In a vaudeville room on
tho first floor. It originated back of tho
curtain, and when seen by tho audlenco
tho people made a rush for the doors.
There- was a Jam In tho exits, but nobody
was seriously hurt. An effort was mado
to lower tho curtain, which Is said to have
been of asbestos, but It caught and was
destroyed by the lire.
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ILLUMINATES HUMAN BODY
Possibilities of the New Fluorescent
NEW YORK. Nov. 1. To turn a spot
light upon tho liver, lungs or any other
organ of tho human body and Illuminate
It so clearly that a physician can cxamlno
It as easily as though It were removed and
placed upon tho operating table is believed
to bo one of tho possibilities of tho fluo
rcsclble solutions now being Introduced
Into medical practlco by Dr. William
James Morton of St Louis.
Dr. Morton's most recent achlovemcnt
mado possible tho Illumination of those re
cesses of tho human body never beforo
brought to light except under tho opera
ting knlfo of tho surgeon or. the nnatoml.
cal demonstrator at the sldo of tho dis
Not only do theso fluorcsclble solutions
cause a glow of violent light to emanate
from the Interior of tho body, but thoy
are said to exercise tho name curative ef
fects that havo been observed In a degree
in thc use of radium.
The Best Liniment,
"Chamberlain's Pain Balm is con
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No other liniment will heal a cut or
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No other is so valuable for deep seated
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Uncle Sam's khl
Statement for October
What the Trial Balance Sheet for the
Month Shows as to His
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1. The month
ly statement of the public debt shows
that at the close of business October
31, 1901, the public debt, less cash In the
treasury, amounted to $9SG,7S7,C52,
which is an increase for the month of
$4,101,715. This increase is principally
accounted for by a'decreape of $5,061,
3G5 in thc amount of cash on hand. The
debt Is recapitulated as follows;
Interest-bearing debt $ 895,157,770
Debt on which Intcrost has
ceased since maturity 1.G27.7CO
Debt bearing no interest 360,354,979
This amount, however, does not In
clude 51,021,550,969 In certificates and
treasury notes outstanding, which are
offset by an equal amount of cash In
hand and held for their redemption. The
cash In the treasury is classified as fol
lows: Gold reserve fund $ 150,000,000
Trust funds 1,021.65G,969
General fund 11S,025,429
In National bank depositories.. 114,558.481
In Philippines treasury 5,794,509
Against which there are demand lia
bilities outstanding amounting to $1,
113,5S2,593, which leaves a cash balance
on hand of $296,352,797.
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REGARDED HER AS SANE.
Dr. Gibuey So Testifies Regarding
Miss Bertha Dolbeer.
NEW YORK. Nov. 1. Tho hearing be
foro Commissioner Robert A Lee. ap
pointed by tho courts of California to lako
tho testimony of New York witnesses In
tho suit brought In California to set aside
tho will of Mrs. Bertha M Dolbeer, who
was killed by falling from the ninth floor
of the Waldorf-Astoria last July, was con
tinued hero today. Dr. Homer Glbney
was the only witness.
He testified that he was well acquainted
with Miss Dolbeer, and also with Miss
Warren, her friend, to whom Miss Dol
beer, in her will, left a large part of her
fortune. Ho said that he had known Miss
Dolbeer two years intimately and had
had letters from her, although not a regu
lar correspondent. He had been Intro
duced to her In 1902 at tho home of a mu
tual friend In San Francisco. Thc ac
quaintance beginning then continued until
Miss Dolbeer's death, and the doctor said
lie considered he knew her very well. He
regarded her as perfectly sane and In nor
mal health during all that time.
Dr. Glbney said ho was not an Insanity
expert, but was willing to declare that
Miss Dolbeer was perfectly sane; that
there was .absolutely no difference be
tween her demeanor when In New York
and when ho flrst saw her. He said she
had never been morose, peevish or melan
cholv On cross-examination he admitted that
people may be perfectly normal at times
and insane at others. He said this might
havo been true In Miss Dolbeer's case.
Dr. Glbney said Miss Warren never told
him that Miss Dolbeer had committed sui
cide. He said he had nover formed tho
Impression that Miss Dolbeer committed
suicide, had not so reported to the police,
nnd never used tho word suicide In con
nection with the case.
Mr. Rellly then read from thc record thc
direct examination In which tho doctor
had referred to thc caso as "suicide." Dr.
Glbney said thl3 must have been a mistake.
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Turf Exchange , M
CALIFORNIA AND EASTERN 'H
And All Sporting Events.
23 W. 2nd South.