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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING-, MARCH. 26,- 1909. .9 H
?K-LSEjnOIL BEAR HUNT NEAR HOSPITAL nL ' I
Kg Is Killed Near Isolation
HospUal on East
: AND GIVEN TO NURSE
Breaks All World's
cords Running Down
Hill to Hospital,
(.pound brown bear was shot
id by J. "W". Jackson several
yards cast of the isolation
Thursday afternoon at 4:30
Jacison was accompanied by
right, both beinc inmates of
iUl, wh'o arc about to be dis
Takine a 30-30 rifle, tho two
1b a start for the gulch just
nipatiou canyon, when, much
surprise, a bear jumped up
fty feel of them near tho foot
ifgh mountains. Jackson had
and taking quick aim, hit the
the front shoulder, and the
ailed over and commenced to
innd as if crazy. The two
cached it, and when within a
the bear calmed down and
them. Wright had no gun.
tog, ran down the hill as last
it could carry him, and upon
the hospital it was found that
Dot comb his hair down on his
eaaininjr pompadour. Jackson
rmined to get tho bear, and
shot, hitting the oncoming. I
I billed it instantly. When the
opped. Jackson thought it was
eg and iv3S waiting for him to
and for a time he felt a trifle
especially to find that his
hsd left him and was nowhere
when ho looked around. Finally
approached tho bear and found
MS dead. He returned to the
for help to carry homo the
lide will be mounted for Miss
tho head nurse at the hospital,
le meat will be served to the
dnrinjr the next week.
Brave Bear Hunter,
it said that when ho was run
ito the hill he thought that
its were after him, and it
that each step be took was
ind faster than tho preceding
hen within a short distance of
istal a large collie jumped out
brash. Wright stumbled and
inf out a scream that could be
r two mile?, Everybody in the
:ln oui to' see what was tho
There was Wright, covered
1, his clothes torn and his fnco
i as a sheet, his hair standing
sail hardly able to speak,
into tbo house, get into the
10 bears 3re coming." Wright
3Iiss Farmer thought the man
i crazy, and rushing inside with
of the inmates, 5-lammed Ine
rt as Wright got to the
ne in, let me in. what's tho
rith you people: do yon want
s to eat mo up?J he cried in
ones. Miss Farmer was then
1 more than ever that ho had
rieep dog finally reached
; side. He looked at it. rubbed
and then glanced up the hill.
saw Jacksou coming- at. a fast
hen -within hearing distance
shouted that he had' killed the
Jackson arrived Miss Farmer
he door, and when the whole
as explained everybody in-
a hearty laugh at the ex
wight, the bear hunter.
M ARE BEING ORGANIZED
fefenhts llncJ p a Etns
'satf,11 P'ays. who will prob
Im mi Wer aml p,ay Independent
SJn "ft" summer montlis. Tho
RS SS,nifract,Cc Immediately and
tN than th? V?C' Proba'ol' much
KftSi'5 n,8 huatllnB and Is
& f " ull a .gapi with the Ocei
KnW U-6. W5ek frPm Sunday. The
? ?5are. Gaining hard, and.
PICKED TEAM WILL
PLAY WHITE SOX
Salt Lake and Ogden Players
Will Make Line-Up to
I Meet Visitors.
Manager Farnsworth of tho Salt Lake
baseball team received a wire from Man
ager John S. Barnes of the Butte team
that ho would leavo for the coast to pick
up several good players ho had In sight,
and also sent word that he had made
arrangements to bring his team to Ogden
to train for the opening of the league
season. J'lie Helena team will train In
Farnsworth said that he had a long
list of players to select from for his team,
and that ho would be In no hurry to sign
VP th.e,. mon as he wanted a fast team.
He will also know definitely whether the
white Sox will play here next Wednes
day afternoon. Farnsworth paid that a
picked team would be selected from Salt
.Lake and Ogden and this team would
moot the Chicago team In Ogden Tues
day and then would come to Salt Lake to
MOTOR AND BICYCLE
RACES ARE FEATURE
DAY TON A, Fla.. March 25. Tho third
days tournament of the Daytona Beach
races was confined altnost exclusively to
motorcycle and bicycle races, there being
only two automobile races, the Daytona
handicap, which was run twice, ' a dl3
I tance of four miles each.
The principal feature was tho breaking
of tho world's motorcycle record bv Wal
ter Goerko of Brooklyn. N. Y.. who cov
ered sixty-nine miles in 58 minutes and
24 2-5 seconds. Goerke also established a
now world's record for the kilometer,
coveting the distance In 27 2-5 seconds.
Robert Stubbs of Birmingham. Ala., also
lowered the world's one-mile motorcycle
record made yesterday by Goerko in re
markably fast time. 43 2-5 ' seconds,
against Goerke's time of 15 1-5 seconds.
It was announced tonight that the i
eighth annual Daytona Bench tournament
would bo held on this racing course tho
last week in January, 1010. A large suns
of money will be deposited for prizes.
1 BOWLING TOURNEY j
NEW YORK. March 25 Ora C. Morn
, lngstar of this city won from Louis Cure
tonight by a score of 500 to 322 in tho 1S.2
balkllne billiard chajiipionshlp contest.
Both- men played carefully, but the
French expert lost ground In tho first ten
innlnge, during which ho scored onlv four
points, while Mornlngstar scored 111. The
Mornlngstar 1, 13, 4, 0, 0. S4. 17, 3. 21,
1. 12. 3S. 2S, 0. 1. 5, 6. 07. 50, 6. OP, 3, 11.
Total, 500. Average, 21 7-13. i
Cure 0, 0. 1. 0. 0. 0, 0. 3, 0. 0. 140. '
lf. 20. 15. 16, 0. f, 0, 0. 57, 1. 1, 13. Total,
322. Average. U. , ;
High runs Mornlngstar, 00, 07, S5;
Cure, 110, 57. 46.
In the afternoon game George Sutton
of Chicago easily defeated Harry P. Cllne
SALT LAKE LEADER
AT BUTTE SET BACK
,7 BUTTE. . Mout .. March 25, Although
-.bchats of- the Salt Lake team lead by
half a lap at tho conclusion of tonight's
racing in the six-day roller skating race,
he was sot back by the judge for an al
leged falluro to lap his partner on a re
lay. This decision will start tho Salt
Lake and Butte teams on equal torms to
morrow night, the last of tho race.
! Pool Tourney.
I The sixteenth game of the continuous
! pool tourney at tho Log Cabin was won
by A. Cain from A. Batley In a closely
contested match by a score of 100 to 70
Thursday nighu Cain made a run of
twenty-five, running out on his opponent
in tho last Inning. Up to that time the
game had been In doubt. A large crowd
was present t witness the contest.
W. C. Jenkins and E. Herman will play
Houston Signs Players.
HELENA, Mont., March 25. Manager
Jack Huston of tho Helena baseball club
announced today that he had succooded
In signing SUs and Irby of the Tacoma
club to play with Helena In tho Inter
mountaln league this season. Both men
played with. Butto In the Northwestern
league last year. Stls Is a second base
man. Irby an outfielder and a strong
Carlisle Is Dropped.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.. March 25. The
schedule for the Harvard football team
for next fall was announced tonight. A
place Is made for Cornell by dropping
the Carlisle Indians-. This marks th re
sumption if football relations between
the two universities after a lapse of near
ly twenty yean--. Th.; game with Yule
will be played at Cambridge, Novem
Class Team Managers.
Tho juniors of the university hlctcd
men Thursday to tnko charge of their i
lass track and baseball teams this
spring. A. A. Anderson wns made man
ager of tho track team, with Harry Alley !
as captain. "Jack" Stanton JnJ Jo-j
Dnllon were chosen an baseball captain
and manager, rcapc-- lively.
j'fiasfer togs for the hoy
mjhowing that surpasses even previous
displays and that's going some.
JfcpfilK Knickerbocker suits in spring's prct-
BmH test clrins of ffi'cen, tan and gray
Bt-KIV Ivu Buster Brown suits and sailors for
V lllSv Ule little fellows Nobby little suits of
X JwILL0' very ftnesfc workmanship and cut. Bus-
'MP '" 1 Tirttn-trrrrrr--"-! .tiu.-.raiarttatjrxaia
Williams, Stokes and Peltor
Fail to Get Through With
LOS ANGELES, March 25. The Santa
Anita stewards suspended today three of
the most prominent racing men at tho lo
cal track P. J. Williams, trainer of tho
Pasadena stables; J. M. Stokes and John
Tho charges against the men are that
they woro Implicated In. tho alleged pulling
of Key Hindoo on March IS, when tho
horse ran whrit was considered a dis
It was alleged at tho hearing that
Jockey Shrlner, who rodo Hey Hindoo,
was given $350 to pull tho horac. The ob
ject of tho pulling, as alleged, was that
after tho race tho other owners might
claim the horso without bidding for It
After the race the horso was claimed by
Peltcr. Tho Investigation followed, with
tho result announced by the stewards to
night. JStokes. It was said, was given $1000
to give i to Shiinor to leavo the country,
rhte officials got wind or tho transfer of
the money to Shrlner and prevented him
U'iVy,1.1' llle clty- Thc charge against
yvIUJa.ns was that he. as trainer of Rev
Hindoo, was cognizant of tho affair from
tiie first. His object. It Is alleged, wns to
get a control of the horse for his brother,
owner of tho Pasadena stables.
AUTOMOBILE MECHANICS ' I
ORGANIZE U. A. A. D. M.
The associated automobile drivers and
mechanics of Salt Lako met Thursday
night In room 24 of tho Bell Telephone
co mpany's -nukling on upper State street
and organized the Utah Association of
Automobile Drivers and Mechanics. There
were fifty of the two crafts present,
many of them being graduates of tho
school of Automobiles at tho Y. M. C. A.
The organization will be permanent, and
the following officers were, elected: H.
G. Vail, president; G. D. Dickerman. sec
retary; Bert Angel, treasurer; Fred Mack,
It was a very enthusiastic meeting and
over $70 was collected by the fifty char
ter members. The constitution had been
drawn and It was adouted at tho meet
ing. The next meeting will bo hold some
time In April at tho same place.
Bell Saves Corbctt.
NEW YORK, March 23. Young Cor
hett and Bort Keyes met here tonight
in a fast ten-round bout. Corbett won
a draw only by excellent work in the last i
four rounds. For six rounds he was
bested and only the bell saved him at
the end of the sixth round. When the
seventh round began ho had rallied, how
ever, and took tho aggressive, holding
tho advantage over Keyes for the re
mainder of tho fight.
Caponi Knocks Out Burns.
CHICAGO, March 25. Tony Caponi won
the decision over Bobby Burns of San
Francisco in a fast ten-round bout at
West Hammond last night. Bums was
substituted for Carl Anderson, who broke
his hand In a workout with . Frank
Tho San Franciscan made matters In
teresting for Tony, although ho was un- I
able to break through the C'hk-agoan'f j
Baseball at L. D. S.
The prospects for a winning baseball
team at tho L. D; S. university appear
bright nt the present time. Every even
ing Manager Bennlon lias .a large crowd
of youngsters out on Capital hill putting
them through the dally grind. Bennlon Is
I now picking the mon whp will represent
I tho school In baseball, and will announce
his lineup the coming week.
I SCHOOL BOYS TELL OF
! ATTEMPTED KIDNAPING
LOS ANGELES. March 25. Relating a
wild tale of abduction and a mad auto
mobile ride through the Crescent hay
beach cities, five Los Angeles schoolboys,
who disappeared yesterday afternoon and
for whom scores of relatives and friends
searched throughout the city Inst night,
were located about midnight in Venice. ;
The boys, whose ages range from 0 to I
II years, claim they were taken from
the city by two men, who nsked them
If thoy wanted a ride through the city.
Despite severe cross-questionings by
the Venice police, the boys could not be
shaken from their statements. They
said thev had repeatedly asked the men
to be allowed to get out of tho machine
when they saw they were being driven
out of town. Their pleadings, the boys
say. were answered with threats of vio
lence. It was only when the automo
bile brok down between Santa Monica
;nd North Point that tho boyn had a
chance to escape. They were found on
i.h Venice beach and turned over to
MOB JEERS GIRL WHO
PLANS TO WED JAPANESE
KAN FRANCISCO. March 25. Ainld
hoots and yells, banging of tin cons and
(in lionciad s.iower of rice and llowers.
Mrs. John Emory, wife of Archdeacon
Emery of the Episcopal church, and her
daughter. Miss Helen Gladys Emory,
whoso CMicaemenl to GunJIro Aokl, a
Japanese, "arrayed public nontlmeut
I against thorn, lofi ihelr homo at Corte
madern last evening. They came to thin
city. Ian almost Immediately rlepartud for
Tacoma, Wash. Aokl was not with them
when thoy left here, but It Is supposed he
has arranged to Join his fiancee and her
mother before reaching Sacramento.
The mother and daughter were met In
the fcirv depot here by tho secretary of
Bishop Nichols. Archdeacon Emery did
not appear at the ferry nor was ho at
tho Cortoniadero station when his wlfo
and daughter faced the hostile crowd.
Apparently he hns not changed his atti
tude of opposition to the prospectlvn
marriage of Miss Emery and ills former
( STILL MORE TROUBLE j
AT THE GATUN DAM
COLON. March 25. A section of tho
embankment 300 feet long of the relo- ,
eating Panama taUroud line at Gatun
bus again nettled u'-.-ut thirty feet, ai i
the aamc spot where the lust movement
occurred In November. The allde, how
ever, was to tho eastward th'n time. A
trestle Is being built across the dopreu
slon. which will be filled with rocks un
til the former test In reached. Passenger
trains have not used thl3 line for sev
eral weeks and little- imporlnnco Is at
tached to tbo occurrence.
THREE MEN KILLED i
IN FREIGHT TRAIN WRECK j
WINNEMUCCA, Nev.. March 25. Lon
Vcrsme of Wintiemucca. and two tramps,
were killed and trafilc blocked for houra
bv tho derailing of ten cars of n freight
train today, near Los Gravis, a ling sta
tion on the Southern Pacific, railroad,
eighteen miles west of hero.
All of the train crew escaped Injury.
The train was in charge of Conductor
Glimarlln ami was thrown fnmi the
track bv a broken rail.
FIELDER JONES IS
Holds Conference With Comis
key. hut No Agreement Is
ALL NEGOTIATIONS ARE
DECLARED OFF BY MEN
Jones Offers $250,000 for Half
Interest in White Sox
PORTLAND, Or., March 25. Fielder
Jones and Charles A. Comifikey, owner
of tho Chicago White Sox, had a, con
ference this afternoon regarding Jones's
return to the team, but could not como
to an aRrconiout, and tlio negotiations
wero. declared at an end. Tho men met
in private. It is understood that Jones
asked a chance to buy a half interest in
tho team for $250,000. Comiskey and
his pnrtj' left Portland this afternoon
for. Vancouver, B. C, en routo east.
The two men speak kindlj and in
terestedly of one another, yet each Las
tho glitter of war in his eye.
Comiskey reached Portland this morn
ing and announced that he was to have
a conference with Jones at 10:30. Jones
did uot show up at that, time, and at
10:45 Comiskey and party left for a
drive through tho scenic- parts of Port
land, leaving word thoy would be back
at tho hotel at 12 o'clock.
Jones sauntered into the hotel at 11
o'clock. When given Comiskey 's mes- j
sage he wrote his offico address on a
card and left it for Comiskey, at the
same time saying if tho Chicago mag
uato wanted to see him ho would find
bim there. lie refused to make any
Fig FOB F1GHI
Will Give Jeffries and Johnson
$75,000 to Go Twenty
TACOMA, Wash., March 2o. Colonel
Andy Mulligan, the well-known sporting
man, hns come to the front with an offer
of -a. 575,000 pur?o for Jim Jeffries and
Jack Johnson. Mulligan stipulates that
tho. contest must tako place in or near
Tacoma. on or before October 15 next,
and that it must bo for twenty rounds.
He has placed a forfeit of $5000 with a
local sporting writer and ua soon as Jef
fries and Johnson consent to the match
Mulligan will place S5000 more. When
the articles are signed he will put up
the balance of the purse.
Jeffries and Johnson have been com
municated with and an answer la awaited
from tho two big mem
I CHARGES CROOKED WORK
1 BY NEVADA'S SENATE
RENO, Nov.. March 25. Assemblyman
Glffer. late speaker of tho Nevada legis
lature, made some startling statements
today in an impromptu speech at a lunch
con given by tho Commercial club.
I During tho course of his remarks,
i which were mostly confined to work done
by the recent legislature, he declared that
but for the "wnltewaahlng and dilatory
tactics" of tho members of tho senate
committee which investigated tho State
Bank and Trust company there was no
doubt In his mind but that certain state
officials would have been Indicted for
crime In connection with the affairs of
the defunct bank. He further said that
tho report of the joint committee which
invcptlgatcd had been falsified by the
senate members of the committee, and
that the report as it now stands on tho
record book of tho senate Is "false and
fraudulent." It was made so, he sold,
by the sonate racmbors of tho Investigat
ing committee, who had tho report
changed at tho time It was read to tho
senate on tho ground that the chargos
sought to bo made wero typographical er
rors made by the stenographer In tran
scribing the report-
LONG-BURIED CORPSES !
OAXACA. Mexico, March 25. Conster
nation exists among the people of this
town as tho result of Information that
the rccont earthquake shock cracked tho
walls of tho comotory and exposed tho
corpses of many vlctlmo of the cholera
epidemic of 1S51.
, In that year the deaths from cholera
wero so numorou3 that It wns found Im
possible to bury all In tho spaco allotted
for bodies and manj; corpses wero sealed
up In tho niches In tho walls. Tho na-
I tlvcs fear a recurronco of cholera, but
physicians declare that nil danger ban
1 passed with the years. This has not had
tho effect of reassuring them.
1 VEItA CRUZ. Mexico. March 25. Tho
harbor hero has suffered from the recent
earthquake by receding waters, render-
i lug It no shallow that iihlps drawing twenty-four
feet of wate-r touch bottom.
Dredging will bo necessary.
! BUT LITTLE HOPE FOR
! SANTA ANA. March 25. A consulta
tion of physicians wan held today over
the condition of- Mine. Ilelene Modjcska,
who Is 111 at her cottago a.t Bay Island,
near this city After tho consultation,
I Dr. Boyd, who Is the family physician,
! stated that while Mine. Mod.lcuka's con
dition was no worse than it has been for
J several days, she was liable to fall Into
I a state of coma at any tlmo and tho end
might como soon. Ho held out llttlo
hope for hor recovery, oven If sho sur
! vivos the present attack of heart, trou
j 1, combined with Brlght's disease.
Suicide or Murder. J
BUTTE, Mont., March 25. A Miner
special from Glcndlve states that tho
body of Bornard Kampshoror. a young
homesteader, was found near Tokna yes
terday wltli a bullet, hole through the
hoad A rlflo lay betweon the legs of
tho corpse, but whether It Is a cnsj of
railcldo or murder baa not been definitely
.otllcd by the officers. ICampuhorer re
cently came from Wisconsin.
GLORIO Ml THE
Abihu, 100 to J Shot, Wins Two-Year-OId
LOS ANGELES, Cal., .March 25
Glorlo, the favorite, captured tho Chlno
handicap, today's feature at Santa Anita,
In a very closo finish, getting tho ver
dict over Footpad by a head. Abihu, a
100 to 1 shot, won the two-year-old race
from Placide and Mike. Molctt.
Jockey Rico was thrown from Solus
In the first race, but suffered "nothing
more serious than a shaking up.
First race, one mile Pelleoa, 105 (J.
Howard), 15 to 1, won. Azo, 10C (Mus
grave), -I to 1, second; Donatus. .10"
(McGoe), 30 to I, third. Time, l:i0.
Guise. Guard Rail, Harry Rogers. Wa
tlore. Solus, .Daisy Thorpe. Buckthorno, 1
Yankee Tourist, Robert Gray, also ran.
Second race, two-yenr-olds, selling,
four furlongs Abihu, 102 (AHhendon).
100 to 1, won: Placide, 101 (McGco).,15
to 1, second; Mlko Molett, 100 (Preston),
7 to 1. third. Time, 45 3-5 seconds. Bar
ney Mason. La Potltc, Inflection, Count
Stefflns. also ran.
Third race, soiling, seven furlongs
Montclalr, 105 (McCahoy). 7 to 1. won;
Hannibal Bey, 10G (McGec). 20 to 1, sec
ond; Financier, 105 fMusgravo), 20 to 1,
third. Time, 1:25 3-5. Plckawuy. SU
Elmwood, Calves, Lady Kitty, Entro
Nous, also ran.
Fourth race, the Chlno handicap, six
and a half furlongs Glorlo, 112 (C. Hen
ry), even, won; Footpad, 99 (B. Wilson),
2 to 1, second: Green Seal. 103 (McGec),
10 to 1. third. Time, T10. Fair Annie
and Pills also ran.
Fifth race, selling, six and a half fur
longsMeddling Hannah, 108 (Sweet). 12
to 1. won; Bell of Brass, 105 (J. Howard),
4 to 1, second: Pert, 105 (Rice), 9 to 10,
third. Time. 1:19 1-5 Tea Set, Procla,
Relta, Glonart, also ran.
Sixth race, five and a half furlongs
Harrlgan. 105 (J. Howard), 3 to 2. won;
RIalto, 112 (McGco). 3 to 1. second, Wa
torbury, 112 (B. Wilson). 3 to 1. third.
Time, 1:05 1-5. Colonel Bob, Enfield,
Seventh race, selling, six fur!ong6
Fundamental, 112 (Musgrave). even, won:
Bill Eaton, 110 (V. Powers). 7 to 1, sec
ond; Otllo, 109 (Rice), S to 1, third. Tlmo,
1:12 4-5. Egotist. Anderson. Grotto, Sor
vlccnce. Uncle Walter. Sandpiper, Slen
del, Billy Bodemcr, also ran.
LOGAN STUDENTS MAKE
BIG SCORES WITfl RIFLE
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN. March 25. In the final try
outs for tho collegiate rlflo team, twelve
men were chosen out of a list of seventy
The Intercollegiate shoot for all Insti
tutions having a colloge standing will be
held tomorrow. Each college will keep
Its own score, with orders to send it to
the National Rlflo association at Wash
ington, D. ,C.
The avoratre Individual shoot wa3
44 3fi-100. The results, showing a possible
score of 50. wer as follows:
R, PortT. 15; W. Dontre. 45 1-6; L.
Welling. 45: S. J. Major, 412-3; M. Ball,
44 2-3; L. V. Mlnear, 44 1-0; L. Wesher
lon. 44 2-3; F. Froer. 13 2-3; J. Fonnes
beck, 43 2-3; J, L. Montrose. 43 J. Substi
tutes T. L. Chapman, 13 1-6; J. G. Ben
eon, 43 1-3.
j Pacific Baseball.
! LOS ANGELES. March 25. Tho White
Sox No. 1 team shut out Vernon here to
day by q score of 10 to 0. R. H. E.
Chicago No. 1 10 13 2
Vernon 0 2 6
Batteries Scott and Owens. Annls and
Pueblo Signs Fast Team.
PUEBLO. Colo.. March 25. The direc
tors or the Pueblo club of tho Western
league aunounce that they have secured
Pitchers Bailey and Endllch and Catcher
Wells from the St. Louis American league
FATAL EXPLOSION IN
SLAG PIT OF SMELTER
EL PASO. Tex.. March 25. One man
was killed , two wero fatally Injured Rnd
I four others were seriously Injured by a
premature cxplosllon In a slag pit at the
El Paso smelter this afternoon. Tho
men had placed tho round of blasts to
be llred at tho closo of tlvi day's work
and wore perparlng to leave the pit,
when, for somo cause not yet determined,
tho blasts exploded. Pieces of lead wero
hurled among tho workmen and the slag
hanging above thorn came crashing
: down, burying soven men. Every avall
I able man from the smelter was called to
j tho scene and for more than an hour
worked frantically In an effort to rcscuo
Jesus Miranda was instantly killed.
COURT FILES DECREE
SETTLING AN ESTATE
Special to Tho Tribune,
OGDEN. March 25 District Judge
Howell this afternoon Hied a decree set
tling the estate of tbo late William Gel-tier-
Walter W. Crane, the executor of
! tho will, was Instructed to turn over to
I Golslcr's widow $2500 as hor portion of
the estate. To all of his children, except
Pctor Robert Golsler. William Gelslor de
vised $200 In cash. When the executor
took charge It was found that there was
no cash money. To the youngest son,
Golsler left a tract of land In the city
which has been sold to tho State Indus
trial school for S9125. From tho pro
ceeds of this sale Peter Gelsler, the
vQngost ton, has consented to pay to
each of the other heirs $200 In cash to
avoid any litigation.
LEAPS THROUGH WINDOW
OF FAST MOVING TRAIN
BUTTE. .Mont., March 25. Local offi
cers were apprised tonight of the escape
of N. C. Belmont, who lias a long string
of alalses, from SherlfT C. B. Coulter of
Crawford connlv, Illinois, at Sand Point.
Colo. Belmont Jumped through the win
dow of the toilet room of the car while
the train was going forty miles an hour,
and thus far has eluded capture- Bel
mont had boon operating In Butto as a
fortuneteller under the name of Prof.
AJvanl. and waa arrested for an alleged
cohlldenco game at Itoblnson, 111. Bel
mont Is supposed to have inndo his way
Murder Mystory Cleared. j
VALENTINE. Neb.. March 25. The.
mystery surrounding the murder of Fred
Smith of Grafton, Neb.. lnl October, wns
cleared tip today when Jaims Story of 1
Dnuglns., Wyo.. confessed thai he killed
and robbed Smith. Story says that while i
he and Smith were traveling together be
shot his companion while ho slept and i
threw tho body Into the Niobrara river,
where it was found a few days latiir.
Story was captured aftor a long chaso at i
La Grande, Ore. I
Stop Toward Alchemy.
LONDON, March 25. Addressing tho
Chemical society today, Sir William Ram
sey said be had succeeded In transmuting
four different substances Into carbon,
namely, zirconium, thorium, hydro
lluorslllclc acid and bismuth. Experi
ments with silver nitrate with the object
of transforming silver in the same man
ner as copper Is transformed Into lithium
irsLVi. negative results.
KIMG PROVES E
Played at 40 to 1, the Stover
Youngster Wins Two-Year-Old
OAKLAND, March 25. Klung. a 40-to-l
shot, was the surprise nt Emeryville to
day, the Stover youngster winning the 2-ycar.-old
event In clever style. GiTpy beat
thu barrier and net a morry pace, hut
quit in tho lost quarter. Duke of Or
monde, Btartlng for the first time, was
well fancied, but he ran greenly. El
Picaro and Bellwether carried the colore
of Thomas H. Williams to victory Fine
weather prevailed, but the track was
First race, four furlongs, purse Klang,
109 (Borel). 40 to 1, won; Gllpy. 112
(Walsh). 10 to 1, second; Sallan, 109
(Roes), s to l. third. Time, :50 1-5. Twin
Screw, Waldo, Matronus. Asahel, Duke
of Ormonde, Fuslleer. George N. Ran
del. Bit of Fortuno and Do Do finished ao
Soeond race, mile and twenty yards,
soiling El Picaro, 106 (Butler). 11 to 2.
won; A. Muskoday. 119 (Dcverlch), 9 to
2. second; Steel, 103 (Scovllle), 7 to 10,
third. Time, 1:47 2-5. Caronla, Cayenne
Cora, Molar, La Rose, Taunt and Cuer
navaca finished as named.
Third race, Futurity course, selling
Bellwether, 111 (Sandy), 13 to 5, won;
Jacobite, 112 (Burns). 5 to 1, second:
Fordello, 10S (Lee). 9 to 10, third. Time,
1:12 2-5. Early Tide, Bucolic and Tom
Shaw finished as named.
Fourth race, one mile, selling Don En
rique, 10G (Taplln), IS to 5, won; Cap
tain Kennedy, 107 (Walsh), 23 to 5, sec
ond; Colonel Jack, 111 (Sandy). 6 to 1.
third. Time, 1.44 1-5. Kctchemlke and
Katlo Powers llnlshed as named.
Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth, soil
ing Bclmere, 111 (Sandy). 3 to 1, won;
Brancas. Ill (Mclntyre), IS to 5. second:
Mllltarv Man, 114 (Scovllle). 20 to 1,
third. Time. 1:51. Apt. Colonel White,
Cheers, Colbert, Curriculum, Clgarllglitcr
and Nottlng finished as named.
Sixth race, six furlongs, purse Bon
hommc. 108 (Lec). 11 to 5, won; Prince
Gal. 103 (Scovllle), 11 u 5. second; Jim
Gaffney, US (Walsh), 11 to 5. third. Time,
1:16 1-5. Palo Alto, Fancy. Clcopat. WU
niorc and Alice Collins finished as named.
Special to The Tribune.
OAKLAND, March 25. Entries for
First race, four furlongs, selling Re
zon. 110; Goodshlp, 103: Contra Costa.
103: Intrinsic. 103: Judge Qulnn. 107;
Penn, 107; Sepulveda, 106; The King, 106;
Napanlck, 106; Galenc Gale, 9S; Electro
wan, 105; Helma S., 105.
Second race, futurity course. selling
Larry Mulligan, 10S; Semper Fldells. 10S;
Blameless, 10S. Nedkram, 108; Chitter
lings, 105; Gib C, 105; Look Out, 105;
Enamour, 103: Ponndeck, 103; Dorothy
Lcdgctt. 103, Banthel, 103; Flgent. 103.
Third race, selling, for three-year-olds,
futurity course Madman. 120: Totlbox.
103; Armonaut. 10S; Haslet. 10S; Ace of
Diamonds. 105; David Warfield, 105;
Rosslarc, 103, Serenade. 98.
Fourth race, purse, mile and seventy
yards Light Wool. 114: Royal Tourist,
110: Katie Powers. 109; Palo Alto. 95.
Fifth race, purse, six furlongs Lar
wood. 109; Fred Mulholland. 106: Bolo
man. 10G; Sarnclnosca. 106; General Ha
lev. 106; Bankara, 106; Gaga. 102; Vron
skv. 102; Billy Bowlegs, 102; Lady Hll
droth, 100: Flying Dance, S3.
Sixth race, purse, six furlongs Ocean
Shore. Ill; Westbury. Ill; Sewell. 109;
Jim Gaffney. 105: Berry Maid, 105; Drie
Ington. 105; Silver Stocking, 104; Almce
Close Golf Matches.
PINEHURST, N. C, March 25 Ono
round was played In tho seventh annual
united north and south championship
golf tournament for women today, and
closo matches ruled throughout, Amoug
tho survivors Is Miss Julia, R. Mix of
Englowood, who won 2 up and 1 to play
from Mrs. George II. Converse of Brae-burn.
BOGUS CHECK MAN
SET A HOT PACE
NEW TORK. March 25. Gcorgo Chcev
er, con of a former chief of police of An
dover, Mass., who has been posing
as a Yale man. was arraigned in court
today and held In S2000 ball for trial on
a charge of forgery.
Cheever, who Is 24 years of ago. Is
said to havo obtained about 520,000 In
the last six months by means of forged
chocks, mainly from the fathers of col
lege men. He boasted In court that he
had spont $25,000 hi a few months on
entertaining chorus girls and playing the
One of Checver's boldest presumptions
was In April. 1907. when he entered Chi
cago on a special train he had chartered
In Denver. Ho got the train through
posing as the stepson of Vice President
AND ARMOR FOUND
FPvONTERA. Moxlco, March 25. Dur
ing the work of excavation going on
here a recoptaclo with an Immense as
sortment of prehistoric arms was uncov
ered. Tho ontlro deposit ia in an admirable
stato of preservation. A great many of
the arms arc strange to the collections
now exlnnt. A complete suit of armor,
ma do from copper. Is among the articles,
and every conceivable kind of weapon.
NEW YORK. March 25 Ignaco Jan
Padcrcwskl. the pianist, h s canceled the
ten remaining engagements of h's pro
jected tour, and will return Immediately
to Europe. Tho rheumatism In his rlvhl
arm which compelled him lo dlsrontlnuo
his tour at Minneapolis has grown worse
and his physicians advlao that ho stop
playing for a month or more.
Woman Glvos $500,000.
NEW YORK. March 25. Despite ef
forts to keep hor Motility a secret It was
learned today that tho donor of the 5500.
000 fund to the Children's Aid society of
this city for the establishment of a .sani
tarium for crippled children Is Mrs. Eliza
beth .nrtorson, wife of A. A. Anderson,
tho artist, and da.ught.ar of tho la to Jere
miah Mllbank. founder of the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad.
GOTCH RETAINS I
IftESIUIC TITLE I
Throws Frenchman With Fam- H
ous Toe Hold, Crippling H
Raoul De Rouen. IH
CHAMPION WAS NEVER H
IN DANGER IN BOUT
Last Fall Is Secured With Full H
Nelson, Which Ends H
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. March 25. Frank .
Gotch of Iowa, champion wrestler of ths
world, tonight retained his title by de- IH
featlng Raoul de Rouen In straight fallH. jH
The winning fall was won with Gotch's
famous too hold. Tho Frenchman al
lowed his shoulders to bo put to the mat
almost without an effort. Do Rouen was .
repeatedly cheered for his gameness.
With the exception of a few minutes'
when tho men were on their feet, Gotch
was allaws tho aggressor. The cbam
plon was never in serious trouble. He
really won the bout In the first fall, when ('
he so weakened his opponent with the ton OM
hold that De Rouen did not care to re
peat tho experience In the second fall.
The time of the falls were 34:45 and 13
minutes flat, respectively.
W. D. -Scovllle .manager of the Missouri . i
A. C, which put up the purse of SSG00
for the match, estimated tbo attendance "HHH
at more than 10,000. Of this number
2j00 wero from out of town points. The
Winner's end of the purse was $5000. IfHHH
Both contestants were in excellent con- IH
dlton. Gotch. who weighs 212 pounds. H
was a 10 to 9 favorite, though De Rouen HHHB
was forty-nine: pounds heavier.
Frenchman Is Nervous.
As they entered the arena, tho French-
man appeared nervous. Tho gong sounded HB
at 9:30. Do Rouen was the agressor, H
while Gotch seemed to take It easv.
They went to the mat at 0:37, Gotch r
throwing Do Rouen with a leg hold.
From tho moment they struck the
floor Gotch kept the crowd on its feit. i
Gotch tried tor tho toe hold. De Rouen If""""""!
several times tried to strike Gotch In the
face with his elbow. In the struggle , """
-oth men got on their 'feet. Gotch In a
few minutes again secured a leg hold on HHH
his opponet and brought him to the """""
mat Gotch secured a toe hold on the . ("""""
Frenchman, whose face showed extreme !"""""
agony. He struck Gotch feebly with his f
elbow, but soon lay still with his chest J fH
ucaving. He slowly rolled over, but tin- , lHH
ally broke the hold by bridging and roll- . 1
ing Clear over. 1
- tch then secured a bar lock and JH
only a supro L . .. . the French- HB
man. who made no effort to tako tho of- ! """""
fcnslve. Reforee Porteous brought the i """""
men to the center of the ring. After a
few minutes' sparring, Gotch secured a ; !""""""
hammer lock. De Rouen bridged again
and broke it. Tho Frenchman regained
his feet and Gotch pushed him backward """""
over the ropes.
Full Nelson Counts.
In the ring again. Gotch for the third
time threw Do Rouen with a leg hold.
and In a moment secured a full Nelson " ' """"""
unci put his houldcr to tho mat In 34:45. i
When the men re-entered the ring for h
the second tlmo the Fronchman advanced .!
as at tlrst, but with extreme caution. H """"""
After eight minutes' sparring, Gotch re- ;: f""""""""
peated his former feat of catching Dc- ,
Rouen's leg and they went to the mat. ; """"""
Gotch uppermost. ) fH
Twice the men rolled through the rope.- r
and were brought back. Finally Gotch . """"""
felt the too of his opponent, cautlonsly !
smiled and gave a quick twist and De i
ilouen's face became distorted with pain 1 f""""""fl
moment later Gotch was proclaimed
the victor. : """"""
There were two preliminaries of two J
falls each. Tommy Mowatt of Chicago it r
and "Daco Kid" of Kansas City, each j":
won a fall, the last one going to Mowatt. M """"""
Blaker of Table Rock, Neb., won two P
falls from Nick Snider of Kansas City. t """B
UTAn AUTOMOBILE CLUB j H
WILL JOIN THE A. A. A. V 1
At a meeting of tho directors of th? (j '
Utah Automobile club, held In tho clu?: """H
rooms Thursday afternoon, the proposl- fl
tfon of joining and affiliating with a na n' fH
tlonal automobile organization was up for - -J lf""B
consideration, and the American Auto- r
mobile association was tho one selected. uH
An nw-i-noHle owner joining the Utah . JH
Automobile club will now bo a member ; DH
of the American Automobile association. V
He will receive a magazine published bv T: VM
the A. A. A. and also Uie Good Roads n IH
Motorist, which Is the official organ o:
the Utah Automobile club. The A. A. A.
has reciprocal membership arrangement s ?i
with the Touring Club of France. In V ffH
Paris, and the Motor Union and Automo- i H
bile association In London, as well n." v H
all motor clubs In the principal cities of
k "uphill climbs or races which arc held ,
by the Automobile club will uow bo held f"H
with the official sanction of the. A.. A., A..
thus making all records authentic, as well
as furnishing some of tho best machines M
and racers In tho country to compete in ;
these events. j
The directors of the Utah Automobile. I; H
club were vury cnthuslnstlc over the good f. H
work accomplished In regard to the good ij
roads bills, and too much praise cannot i . H
bo given to those people who worked for
the success of the sunc. u JH
The Hp'-cial committee appointed by the f IM
Automobile club to tnko up tho Saltalr V "H
boulevard proposition will hold a. meet- ..; IH
ing Frldny at 3:30 p. m. at Dr. Beers's J ITfH
office to get the report on the right pf IH
wav from Homer, who has this work In f. H
charge. Work will bo commenced on tho j IM
construction of this rond just as soon ""H
us the weather conditions will permit. V H
and It Is hoped that It will be ready to f
hold races on during the G. .V- R. on- t.. iH
campmcnt. Every effort Is being made to f
get tho work started and tho boulevard J H
completed as soon as possible. ii """
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