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8 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MOBNING-, DECEMBER 5, 1910. M
i Fifteen Teams Start in Six-Day Racej
I'; SIX-DAY RACE
i1 NOW GOING ON
4 Eighteenth Annual -Event Is
Yl ' Started at One Minute Past
j FIFTEEN TEAMS START IN
I liACE AT MADISON SQUAUE
Large and G'ood-Nahired (Jiw1
!, Is Present to See Killers
, -I; ALL TEAMS EVEN.
f- NEW YORK, Duo. fi. -A L the end v
'' of the first liour all I lie tenuis bail
! covered iwonly-four miles and four !
laps, with Wiley at III riding In the
! lead. -!
At the end of flic second hour, ;
v' :ill thu tennis were even, with forly- !
eight mllci; and five laps. Tho
'h record Is fifty miles nnd one, lap. !
, I ! made ly La JFourcudc utul Fabro
v- in 100t. v
' 1 NEW YORK, Dec. C Senator "Ulgr
. Tim" Sullivan tired the pm which start
I'd the eighteenth anruail Mix-day bicycle
i I race hi Madison Sqnaro Garden at uric
minute past midnight this morning,
i Wiley of Syracuse, X. V.. paced with
, Percy Lawrence- of .San Franelwo In tho
, pony team, led at the end of the first
I mile. His time was 2:."7.
, Every Inch of space, in the galleries wild
the center of the floor whs tilled with a
good-natured crowd long- befor; the ran'
I began. Immediately after tho riders pa
raded, one from each of the fifteen teams
was picked to begin the long grind, and
they quickly shot away.
, Coast -to-ooust learn George Cameron
I New York City: Alfred JIalslcad, hau
I American-Swedish learn I "rank Galvhi.
Now York: No-ma n Anderson, Copon
I Gorman. Holland team Waller Rutl.
Germany: Joliaun Stol. Holland.
I French-Belgian team Aciillle Germain.
I France: Francois Vcrlinden. Pclglum.
Kangaroo team I 'a I rick O'Snlllvan Ue
hlr. New Zealand; Alfred Goulett, Aus
tralia, j Western N-atn W. ID. Milton. Daven
port, la.: Lloyd Thomas, Han J''ran
, The pony team George Wiley. Syra-
, i euse. N. Y.; Percy O. Lawrence, San
French team Leon Gcorgctand Julion
, Touchers. 1'Vanec.
i Australian loam K. A. Pyc and
George Walker. Australia.
' , International leani l'"loyi! MaeFarland.
.- , San .lose. Cal.; Jackie Clarke.' Aus-
, , I Native son team Fred West and Wol-
( lev Denuira, San Francisco,
j Irish-American team Eddie Root. N(;w
i York City: .lames Moran. Chelsea. Mass.
'i Dixie-Mormon team Bobby Wallhour,
if Atlanta, Ga.; Ivor Lhwkoii, Salt Luko
( Boston-New York team ,loe Fogler.
Ihooklvn. N. Y, : Fred II 111. Boston.
, Hub teah Elmer Collins and Peter Dro-
I , 1 bach, Boston.
I if SAX L0K15NZ0 HANDICAP
! i IS TAKEN BY IIARIIIOAX
' JUAREZ. Mexico., Dee. L llarrigan.
second choice, xit : to -, easily won the
' 1 San Lorenzo liandlcap. one and onc
, sixteenth miles, at Tcrra.as park today.
He. look a lead of ten lengths from the
favorite, .Meadow. The al tendance was
t good and tho public enjoyed a. good day's
, sport, as three favorites won.
i ' Summaries:
,1 FlrsL race. :!-ycar-olds and up, six f"r
i , longs I'M Hally. 10;: (Ganz). to 1. won:
Cubnn Hoy, 10e (Smith). S to I, second;
Pantlicl. 10." (Anderson). ." to i.' third.
I Thnc. 1:17 "J-o. Satnfox, Manila H.. You
I 1 Win and Lawudale Bell also ran.
( . Second rare, --year-olds, five- and a1
I hair furlongs Flying Wolf. 10S (Mur
! phy). 7 to in, won: Fred Kssen, 10" (Ken-j
nedy). 11 to '2. second; Sulnli. 10i" (Roy- ;
I nolds), 7 to second: Tluie. I:0H. Ani-!
i gonez. Texan. Soulheni Light, Union j
( Jack and Owenlla. alsa ran. !
( I Third race, .selling. -your-olds and up.
! six furlongs Sir Barry. 10S (I'arker). .'!
to 1, won: Joe Woods. 105 fT. Smith).
." to 1. second: Joo IChrlch. 10S (II. i
! Smith), G to 5, third. Time, 1:15 1-3. Me
' Nally,, Cellaret, Cobloskili and Bardonia
, Fourth race, San loronvso handicap,
j i mile and a sixteenth Hnrrigau, 11."
j (Murphy). :: to 2, won: leailow. J 17
(Molcsworth). 1 to 10, second: Taboo,
I 11'.! (Bcnescoten). to L third. Time.
1:7 4-S. (Only three starters.)
i Fifth race, tolling, l!-year-olds. six
furlongs Helen SeotC 101 (Nolan), i to
3. Won; Sigurd. 100 (Murphy). 0 to -.
second: LILtio I'riar, 100 (Bcncscoten). 20
to 1. third. Time. 1:16 2-3. Plt-n-Pat.
j Count dc Oro, Doughty, Cat, Ben Prior,
1 Mocklcr and Soon also ran.
Sixth race, Celling. 3-year-olds and up.
six rurlougs Shelby, 100 (T. Smith). S
1 to 1, won: Ramon Carona, !lfi (Uencs-
r:olen). even, soeond; Gibson, 10fi (Moles
worth). 5 to 2, third. Time, 1:15 1-5. Van
Tronia. Little Marchmont. Chcswardlnc
and Cardinal Sarto also ran.
IWidonor'a Horse Wiiia.
1 PARIS'. Dee. -1. J. E. Widener's
! I'clropoliK III. won the T'ri.v Whisper Low
jjj at the Auleuil track today. This was
i 1 a. hurdlo handlciip at a mile and five
I and u half furlongs, stake ?;i20.
I Can't, look well, cat well or feel well
with impure blood feeding your body. Keep
the blond puro with Burdock JBlood Bit
ters. "Ent simply, lake exorcise, keep
clean and jou will Iiilvo long life.
Hives.' eczema. Itch or salt rhcutn seta
you crazy. Can't bear tho touch of your
clothing. Doan's Ointment cures tho most
obstinate cases. Why suffer? All drug
gists sell It.
Don't use harsh physies. The reaction
, weakens the bowels, leads to chronic con
stipation. Get Doan's Regiilots. Thoy
1 operate easily, tone the stomach, euro
, i constipation.
' "My child waa burned terribly about tho
face, neck and chest. I applied Dr.
I Thomas' Eclectic Oil. The pain ceased
' und the child sank into a. restful sleep,"
Mrs. Nancy M. Hanson. Hamburg. N. Y.
H 1 j OUR STOCK OF
1 j ' OPERA GLASSES '
H ( mobt complete. Wo have a lcuu-
H mi tiful liuu of Pearl aud Morocco
i j opora-s at pricca from $d.fi0 to
r1 ' $37.fi0 that will mako boaatiful as
''Hj well as practical Xmas presents.
B-; J Wc invito your iuspcction.
H j j Columbian Optical Co,
j 337 MAIN STREET.
l We dufjllrato any lena In 60 minutes.
New Yorjv Pitcher Wins More
Games Than Any Other
TIIKEE OTIIRR TWIRLIiKS
RAVE HIGHER. PER CENTS
Rrooklyu Chih Leads the Na
tional League in Kidding:
NEW YORK, Dec. I. Christy Malhcw
!ou of New York won more games limn
any olhor pitcher in the National league
last season, according lo the official rec
ords made public tonight. Three other
twlrlero, however Phillppi of Pittsburg,
Colo of Chicago and Crandall of Now
York had higher percentages of vie
torles than he.
Mathewson won three-fourths of his
contests, his victories numbering twenly
sven. Of tho pitchers who hud higher
percentages of victories. Phillppi Is cred
ited with fourteen. However, ho took
part only in five complete games. Cob'
has twenty and Crandall seventeen.
Cole held his opponents to a lower
a.verogc of runs per game than any of
his rivals; Mooic of Philadelphia ex
celled in strikeouts, while Harmon of
St. Louis enjoys the distinction of Is
suing more passes and making moie
wild pilches than any other pitcher.
Tho Brooklyn club led the National
league in fielding. Tin; following men
excelled In their respective positlonn:
Scanlan of Brooklyn, among tho pilch -era;
Morau of Philadelphia, catchers;
Chance of Chicago, first bas'imeu; Me
Keiehnio of Pittsburg, second basemen;
Zimmerman of Chicago. Ihhd basemen;
Doolan of Philadelphia, shortstops, and
Kane of Chicago, outfielders.
ALL-STAR TEAM MAY PLAY
AGAINST -OAK PARK HIGH
There has been a littlo talk about town
lo tho effect that tho Onk Park high
school football team, which will pass
through the city soniu time around
Christmas will lino up against an all
star team In this city. The Oak Park
team is a fast and strong eleven and has
walloped everything In sight this .sea
son.. The- ganio nolo would be a big
drawing card for the holidays, and It is
hoped that, arrangements can bo made.
Th eastern team Is eager for a game
hero and. as It is an exceptionally bril
liant high school team, a game with a
select cloven would give an excellent idea
of the relative strength of the teams
here and thoFc of the central stales.
GREAT STAKE HORSE SOLI)
TO RIG TEXAS BREEDER
LEXINGTON, Ky Dec. ). Mcclick.
winner of the Great F.aslcrn handicap,
Sapphire Flakes. California- drby. Los
Angeles derby and Crescent derhy. bus
b"en nold by. John F. Madden to J. L.
Blackford of Duuisou. Tex., and was
whipped to the Lone Star state, where
he Is to go inlo llio stud. Tilecllek in
." years old and is by Planudcs out of
Llithia, by Tammany.
Detroit Beats Cuhann,
HAVANA. Dee. The Detroit bag.,
ball team defeated Havana today by J2
CHI IS PREPII
Ancient Fossils Dismissed and
Latest Guns Wjll Supersede
PEKING. Dec. 1. An important slop
has juot been taken by China to expand
and increase the efficiency of the army
and navy. The throne today issued edicts
creating a nayy department, which, up
to the prcscnl, has consisted merely of
a tentative board for tho conduct of
Prince Tsai Ilsun, uncle of the em
peror, who recently paid an extensive
visit to the United States, lias been ap
pointed president of tho itcw depart
ment. The general staff of I ho army will bo
reorganized along modern lines aa pro
posed lo General Yin 'J3chang, who
formerly was minister to Germany and
now is president of the war department.
The throne points out the necessity of
making the army' and navy effective and,
with this In mind, dismisses many of
ficers of the old school, with ;l. pension.
The most advanced Chinese, both pri
vately and In the newspapers, havn of
late been pointing out that the alliance,
which China so greatly desires with (he
United States, could not be attained un
less China was able to show her share of
tho common forces.
BEGINS AT NOON TODAY
WASHINGTON, "Dec. At noon to
morrow the second and closing tension of
the sIxly-flrsL congress will begin, and
tonight, practically a full quota of mem
bers of both branches are in Washing
ton awaiting the-'formalities that will at
tend tho resumption of legislative ac
tivity. The session tomorrow will be brief.
After the call lo order in both the house
and senate and tho appointment of a
joint committee to notify the president
that tho sjxty-first congress Is rendv to
resume business, recess will be lakoil as
a tribute to members who recently have
The president's message and tho presi
dential appointments will not be sub
mitted until Tuesday. V
Toug War Murder.
NEW YORK. Deo. i.-uoVds.
grocer, and his clerk, Qliohfr 1)6V," wora.
shot tonight Jn a groccryaic ChiTialowfl?
The clerk probably wlll'.TOlc..;. Ilha nts-i
sallant, also an OrlenlojfelpWdi'the'
store and opened fire wlfljl'p.rftydvdrs.
Tho wounded Chinese arfl, .Jjiirbers of
the Four Brothers society "(iich has
had many bullies with ihtf.lO'j Loomc
National League Fielding a ad Pitchin g Averages
Following arc the official Holding and pitching averages of National league players who participated In fifteen or moro
championship games during the season of 1310:
. P.O. A. F,. 'P. G. " G. P.O. A. K. P.C.
Chance. Chicago S7 11?, ns 3 ,000 Ludcnts, Chicago and Phila.... 3(5 ;13 10 7 .!IS1
Konctchy. Si. Louis ill MM OS 15 .'JUL Sweeney. Boston 17 JOS HI i .!'7'J
Dauborl. Brooklyn 1-Sf 1-tlS 72 Hi .000 Hofmun, Chicago 21 212 S S .073
Sharp, Pittsburg and Boston... 117 HnX Si lfi .087 Flynn. Pittsburg S6H III 22 .077
Hyatt, Pittsburg :;s ;!2.'; 10 S .OSi! Archer, Chicago ' -10 :;Sl 17 10 .075
lloblitzoll, Cincinnati US l.tF.l f.7 21 .081 Ward, Philadelphia v ."2' 202 S .075
Branstlcld. Philadelphia. 110 102B 51 20 .082 Beck. Boston ' 10 ISO !' 5 .070
Morklc. New York Ml 1300 SI 20 .051
McKechnl. Pittsburg :(fi so J 12 . r. .071 Kvora. Chicago 125 282 r.17 33 .050
Hummel. Brooklyn t 2K .005 Zimmerman. Chicago 33 7.", 73 X ' .'MS
Hoggins St. Louis lf.l -125 152 30 .903 Miller, Pltlsburc .? ; 110 CCK 321 33 .017
Lgari. Chielnnatl 3i 2fit .-.SI 26 -0G1 Wnah, Philadelphia 2fi 53 72 7 .017
Knabo. Philadelphia ., tjsr.. 3S3 5S1 37 .05-1 Doyle. New York 15L 313 3SS 53 .030
Shcan, Boston lis I0S 103 II .053
rnll'n11, Fu,cag0 ' rl- 'Al 1 n87 Woodruff. Cincinnati 17 2S' 4- .033
L-Sli , : y" J'm in'' U! '' - Lobcrt. Cincinnati on 123 101 21 .052
ZVJ?( yu -!,LV?VM1 ,H ::n r,:! 5 -yJ? Hyrno. Pittsburg 1 IS 107 S5D 35 .020
Nr'r' M.1' ,,,cfF -5? -i15 Vi 346 aiowrey. St. Louis HI XIV 301. 37 .027
MeKKw. . Brooklyn pt 72 7S 0 .013 Herzog. Boston 105 110 223 31 .015
..riillfidclpliltt 152 lf.t 25fi :il .035 Got?:. Boston h 25 12 -6 .015
Dclin. New ork II. 1.0 3S1 33 .033 Downey, Cincinnati U fi5 SO 15 .011
rv.J?v 'w'r1'!'1 '!!; 2S;i Sof' n1s A hbatlcehio. Pittsburg & Boston 17 73 ISO 23 .007
T nw"? r" J1 ,!-J K " r",B Sw"J'. Boston HO 232 300 57 '.003
linker. Chicago 132 277 ill V. .012 Fletcher. Now York 22 :',1 37 S .S05
uSlli;rBrm -n !?2 "V'i S1S V'Cj S"lal"k- Brooklyn 30 KS 00 10 -.30::
ifa,pr,c ll ab1"r;r V!. ::::7 s- -f35 rownoy. Cincinnati J.... OS 130 102 15 .S70
MnVfiHM.SlnLTiB -V Vi,' -1- ?,W' " -m "ulawitt, St. Louis 30 30 7S 20 .S5t
McMillan. Brooklyn .t Cincinnati IO.- 310 330 17 .021 Zimmerman, Chicago 20 10 60 21 .S2S
a:, C,lL'a1E0 : ; 31 ft " 1-000 Davidson, Brooklyn 131 253 11 12 .001
.VS"- ,l'0,,ls 21 'r'2 2 I .083 Moran. Boston . 20 1 2 050
i .-'T ::r,S ":! !l n77 -hdllf Cincinnati . I 10 257 10 Vi .05S
T tYiiJ ni ,'n i f5"08 21 s -n7(; r'askcrL Cincinnati 130 355 25 17 057
Mofmnn ''rh Ciph,a l 2"R' 22 fi -0Yfi Bwch- "Brooklyn . 70 121 11 0 .057
Hofmnn. Chicago 1 10 210 10 7 .075 Beaumont, Chicago 50 107 5 5 057
I ml,hh,rf,,0",,"'' J?i 285 p R -07' Bnt-. I'hiladelphln. ... ... in 30S 2 1 05
VHJUitJ??Myn M ":! 1 071 Tliomaa. Philadelphia 20 h, 2 2 052
& USrr'!. l ? ":l -m MIIW. Ghlcaco and Boaton .... 130 203 . 0 11 051
Becker. New York ............. -IS 1,7. 7 2 .072 Murray. New" York US 2i0 "0 15 OtS
...odgrasH. Now Yo.k ..1 101. 214 12 7 .070 Bescher. Cincinnati ;. 5u 330 To 20 0 7
SB 7 :! W. Millar, Cincinnati ... ... 20 It 7 : 01
IC v n a f lii 5? -21 3S s 'WS V"l St. Louis Ml 268 25 IS M2
i,,r?, l8.bll,'? ,u 10 AYalab. PhiladclPhU ........ "0 S8 T. I 057
DaUon K k." '5. vfli! Vn Seymour. New York 70 .187 0 in 030
& -i-8t:iK.: 5 rr 5 :SS SSfri.'SMgf ' l '5
.SiGa,yn-Itt If .5gcampbci1.rm.burg v., uh . .
SPrffiv "SS " 2 fB,S dark-. Cincinnati fe ? PB-
,iV l-?K4-y", "S ,,n ;:r 2 4 Archer. Chicago a 230 SO 10 S .070
rViim, nm T0rh ln K'r' ',:! s 3 r,S'J Weyrrc. York 117 C S 151 25 17
mmoJ: PrVbiUrer.r i'is Cn:! 20:5 14 s "' Graham. Boston $7 3 S .2 70 7 000
Ulnrlnnnll 110 IS5 15S 11 is .0S3 Raridcn, Boston to 177 75 0 5 002
Mn,, r- 01 ( 5,170 i7 3 3 -PS2 Bresnahan. Sr. Louis 77 205 100 0 12 001
i-nTr0,lyri 151 10 S -"S1 "vol". Philadelphia .......... 01 li 131 2S 10 051
M.rin, (kT 5? ,0? 1,5 11 fl :'70 -wln, Brooklyn 6S 250 111 20 in o'
&iscok-?S 5 S 2 :S?i Sm,th'n 3S r s -
fnvl?rnm7,hn '? i f'chlc. Boaton and Chicago .... 32 F' R ' Is . ?3?6
rt?.l?n" P'L.lHbur 5-" n 1.000 Mdniire. Chicago 2S t S 5 015
9nuraII,r-l",CaK- 23 r s 0 l-000 StM,t- I5hiladolphia 20 '3 27 2 03S
balloo. St. Louis IS 2 31 ft 1.000 Brennan. Philadelphia 1." is ' T .038
r-r5n v,.Jvl , ' , 57 ' ' -fO T-'oxen, Philadelphia & Chicago.. IS 1 so 2 .033
Crandall. New ork 42 L2 10 1 .OSI Moore. Pbllndelphla r. r,7 "i .057
tCU uld' ' ,ll?hul' ! IK "S 2 .078 Moron. Philadelphia. 5( 11 ,50 5 031
Luckor. Brooklyn u 0 . j;o 2 .077 Caspar. Cincinnati -is- 0 73 0 020
McQuillan, Philadelphia 24 3 r.O 1 .077 Ferguson. Boston .. 20 0 :;s 3 021
l'1,l5lf'" ................ -ji S "J 2 .070 C. Brown. Boston '....MO ' 10 SO 7 '. 028
rock. Pjttsburg and Boston... 10 7 71 2 .075 Lush. .St. Louis :ip s 50 s 028
I Raymond. New ; York 10 3 50 l .075 Harmon. SI Louis K 11 71 7 024
mIT."'1"1 rJn.abuvK IS? 11 57 a fl7:: Darkman. St. Louis 20 5 r.O 5 . 021
Ma tern Boston rl . Li 00 3 .071 Adams. Pittsburg 3t 7 ,j 5 OIL
Lwlng. Philadelphia 51 5 00 2 .070 Burns. Cincinnati 31 s 57 . fi 'fino
ri.ftni "':50V,-..NuTV' Tork - 3S ,2 111 1 r,r,;' Rowan. Cincinnati 12 3 r.o 0 .008
" fr' rl,shV''K vi s 55 I .-03 Ames. New York .33 1L 0? S 008
Wllbclm. Brooklyn 15 2 21 1 .003 Cole. Chicago 33 3 R5 7 007
M. Brown rhengo 45 JO 02 1 .062 Drucke. New York 54 II 50 S .537
MacMox. I'lttsbiir,? 20 l 21 I .002 Knct.or. Brooklyn 20 3 52 A S07
'1,r'i!i- "00,,on v, '',3- I' J(rJ s 057 Burkc- Boston 10 0 11 1 !so5
"S- a';l"''Htl- - :ia X ..si . .357 White. Boston and Pittsburg... 33 S- j 0 .sss
rorridom bt. Louis 30 JO 50 3 .056 Wlltfco. New Tork 30 s 52 0 S70
Unclnnatl 35 0 7( 1 .054 Scboltlcr. Philadelphia 27 I 21 5 SIS
RcXacC -li I DW BroUIyn " .
Cf. 'P. O. A. K. T.C. P.C. P.R. G. P. O K r, t c t r n -c
Brooklyn 150 UflS .1070 235 6t52 .001 10 SI. Louis 155 1012 "Q"'t 4 fi"i w
'hicago 151 tin; lost -250 C.too .005 15 Cincinnati ino Tpn-, 4i cj-i ".7
Pittsburg .. .. 154 4115 1014 21S 0274 .001 s New York '. 155 - IS nSn -it n r 'o-- -
Philadelphia .. 157 4220 1000 25S 0130 .060 1? Boston i ....... 157 llOO 221$ 5oJ 0670 53 f7
, . PITCHERS.
Record of those who pitched in tlftccn or moro games, arranged according to pfltccntago of victories:
' "' x ' -O- W 5 r M . OPPONENTS.
Is 2? ? s : F U ? g ? A
? " s ? i Bcr P a tl y .
: : : : : ' : : s
. ' : : 1 : : ; 5 s
Brennan. Philadelphia : I9 2103 oTTooTi 73" 21?, TTliif T2S si n f'"T(
-v:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: g i if ! 1
Overall. ChlcPgo ! i n t ! r. nfi- 7 1 knt 1,,' n V I;i I '''3
M. Brown, Chicago . ..... 75 27 0 R' "5 1i 'o? 4' nni "4o V fi 1?! ?
fuggs. Cincinnati 35 0 3! 1" 'o'i $6 osT -il w 1 V- H'i $ H?
Richie. Boston and Chicago 32 s 0 3 11 71 "oT I ' Tr rr t i n 7 2'?2
McQuillan. Philadelphia 2 13 1 3 0 R 'eiij V m ?. !!i ;
' r J'l ,-dC,ph,a 1,3 1S 0 2S '161 .505 2S3 .000 22S ! S 10 I " 1 1S5 "
KS: S":::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::: g 0( ?j )75 p !! 'no H:fe
Drudte, Now York 34 ' V i i-i in ri- -m- 7 ,f ,0 1,(5 7' -1-26
Leaver,' Pittsburg .. J 2' ?l gl Jg l? lj 1 m J ,V 7 1 '5i " ::-0,!
..-".::::::::::::::::::::::: ?J ! - : f 2 ' s
i&iy::!.::::::::::;:;:::::::::::::::;:: g !S i! ! 5 . A , !J:S
!SS:;;;;;:ehe;;; 1 1 i 1 1 1 . 1 i P
Voxon. Phllsdclphla nnd Chicago .'. Jsl J.? J j i ' Jo 4 " "5 'J?. 1. 'f
Ruckcr. Brooklyn nl "7 tr o it: ?r nrc n" iVS n J'.' 3 :!"S"
te-B?".-!::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::" 1 " ! i : f ' i ?1 ! ! S I
fe-civ:!::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: ! ! s i : j . 5f ,?
Packman. St. Louis .... 26 ' j ni h U7 'ti j!? ?2 -?i ? ?? 7 ''.-r'
Stack Philadelphia . . ?ol ? 0 1 "l " fs - - 71. 2? 1i! r'
Malteni. Boston 1 51 17 1 n' lfil K. I - i' $7, U'Z t(ji i 3 'Sj
Iranian, Brooklyn t. . . Ji "fj 1 ' Si 5? i 2 ; -L2S
Willis. St. Louis ... ... 35 it i n i - 5' J U c l hit t'M ? 'i? ' "-13
Maddox. Plltaburg 20 0 0' ! 'll "Ion - 1 m H SI SI s
Dessau, Brooklyn . To Ji il n. ; '! ?! '2 3 3 r? 1
Frock. Pittsburg and Boston . ... . . 40 13 (. " y, ,o 2? tX JtL 5 S?J ,i H ",7
Burns. Cincinnati ; , .-j n1 o il 72' fk". 2i j-'M 5 P3 l.n ::, 4. Si)
Corrldon. St. Louis . 0 o n 6 4 nn Up -o r- ' "5 r1- ?i 3!
Wilhdm. Brooklyn K o 0 0 i 71 7nn r ' -i ? ?H 51 7 r,-,,s
Itay,no,, No""Vo,"l-::r iof "ill 0 01 ,01 ll VA 3?,S 'i-I TnJ! 'r'l 7-1 10"! l' 3-' !
Pehetllcr. Phlladclphln ...... ............ .. : 7 3 1 a V, HI 'ir' ,!2 "Jig "5 t":" 5 " s'r-l 21 5.73
Games started and Hnlnhed bv pit chcr. "
Cliildren Bum to Death.
REYNOLDSV1LLE, Pa., Dec. I. Rob
ert and Charles Ferris, 0 and 5 years old,
were burned to death, their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Caesar Form, wcro probably
fatally Injured and the only other mem
bers of tho family, Maude, 11 years old,
and a baby, wore badly hurl, in a fire
which destroyed the Ferris homo cariv
Snow in Missouri,
KANSAS' CITY. Dec. 4. The first gen
eral L'now of the season began falling
throughout Mlsryrl, Kansas and Ne
ST. LOUIS, Dec. I. St. Louis and the
territory adjacent were visited by tho
Mlrst snowstorm of the season tonight.
- Montana Banks Merged.
1LVMILTON. Mont., Dec. 4. Tho First
State bank at Stuvensville, this county,
has taken over the control of the Bitter
Root Valley bank. The two banks will
bo merged under tho name of the First
bank, tho total deposits of which will bo
about ?90,000. Thomas Bird is presi
dent of the merged banks. George: T. j
Baggn iic president and H. S. Smart
Story of the Pairolman, Two
Dogs, and the Lost Reward'
This is a "josh" story. ltt it's true
jusL the same. .It points the moral that
man's best friend, the Jog. may totally
misjudge the Intent and purpose of his
Thoro Is a certain resident of Com
mercial street who owned a dog. an In
telligent, affectionate, educated dog. val
ued at SI 00. Last week the dog tnvstcri
ously disappeared. The owner believed
the animal kidnaped or enticed away
by some covetous person.
The owner sought counsel of Patrolman
McMartln, who walks Commercial street,
and promised tho officer ten pioccs of
sliver, the largest-sized coin of the. realm.
If his- pet were returned. "Mac" found
the dog. all right, and here is where the
second canine played, all unwillingly, the
part of the villain.
Banjo is the pet of tho police dopart
meuL Ho follows, at intervals, every
officer who wears a uniform but Is
preferably tho companion of McMar
tiu. Banjo suddenly appeared on the scene
Saturday morning, just as the officer
was coaxing his now find along tho street
In the direction of its owner's residence.
The Joalous Banjo (lew into a passion of
rage and attacked his supposed cnemv so
fiercely that he broke from MeAIariin's
grasp and disappeared in the twinkling
of an eye.
MoMartin's dreams or what the $10 re
ward would buy for Christmas fatlcd
Into thin air. The pet dog is still miss
ing and Banjo still walks any beat lie
The peculiar properties of Chamber
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li PRIZE 1G
Unprecedented Record of Fatal
ities Due to Boxing During
I he Past Year.
MANY PUGILISTS DIB
AS RESULT OF BLOWS
Most of Ihe Victims Have Been
Kighfors of Some Prominence
NEW TORK. Dec. i. In all tho his-'
tory of the prlso lighting game frojn Tom
Crlbb's lime down to the present, there
h;is not been r'-eoided In a single year
anything approaching tho number of
deaths directly due to bo.ing contests
that have occurred thus far I hit? season.
The death at Presriuo Isle. Maine, of
Billy Dunning, one of tho few boxers
that could point to a draw with Jack
Johnson, world's champion heavyweight,
made lbs slxrccntb fatality of tho prise
ring In 1010, while there are at lcaat
two other boxers now lying at death's
door In hospitals Including the veteran
Andy Daly, famous ten ears ago.
All Over Country. j
Those fatalities of the prize ring have j
extended from the eastern coast of 'Maine
to Iho Pacific ocean, and aa far south
as Bluefields, Nicaragua, where a cor
poral in Uncle Sum 'a service met death
In a friendly contest ullti the gloves.
In the pnst. two or three deaths In a
season from boxing havo been sufficient
to attract g.-mornl attention, while for
many years not a single prize ring fa
tality linn been reported, Tho total of
j.Ixtecn to (Into iu 1010 is unprecedented.
In llio majority of Instances thn vic
tim: have been-experienced boxcra, whose
Injuries wore received iu scheduled bouts
boforo recognized "fight clubs." Ono of
the dcathsj occurred in a ring contest in
which Owen Moran. the English feather
weight, who knocked out Battling Nel
son in San Francisco a few days ago,
was tho principal.
Two iu Philadelphia.
Two of tho deaths were the results of
bouts in Philadelphiaa rings. In one
Frank Cole, a negro, who had attained
rpilto u reputation as a light weight, was
a victim. He was sparring at Jack
O'Brlcn'a club agahi3t Stanley Rogers,
when ho received a solar plexus blow In
the Ihlrd round, sending hhn to the mat
with terrific force. Tho other Philadel
phia, death was that or Frederick Castor,
aged 20, In the sixth and last round of
11 bout at the Frankfort A. C. in that
city against. "Spiko" Sullivan.
One death occurred at Mlnooln. L. I.,
Juno last, when Hugh Grant
hoc, a bell boy In the Garden City hole,
engaged in a bout, at 116 pounds against
Tommy Walsh. another pugilist of
Grant's own weight.
A few weeks ago, in Buffalo. "Kid Hy
land" died as tho result of a bout in
One of tho saddest of all was that of
Max Dandy, a Boston boy. whosf? ring
encasements were the only means of sup
port of a. widowed mother.
ATLANTA. Ga . Dec L-Five leading
golferr. arrived today to participate in
th open invitation tournament of tho
Atlantic Athletic club, which bepins next
Thursday to continue three days. Jn all
there will be about thirty entries.
Fighting in Mexico Across the
River From Presidio, Texas.
KL PASO. Tex., Dec. I. A message
from Presidio, Tex., this morning states
.that Bio town of Ojinaga, IMcxieo. across
the river from Presidio. Is being- attacked
by insuiTcctos. Heavy firing can bo
heard in tho Mexican town and the resi
dents arc crossing the river In a terror
Deputy Collector Weslagcr of Iho
United States customs service has lelo-
graphed to Fagle Pass for soldiers to pro
tect the customs house al. Presidio.
II. Is -stated that tho jefe politico at
Ojinaga is arming and drafting nil ablo
bodietl men into service to protect tho
Not Named by Diaz.
KL PA .SO. Dec. I. It was learned hero
today that llu: peace commhrsiou. which
leB Chihuahua Friday lo treat with the
hi3urrcctos, was acting undor Ihe au
thority of Governor Sandier, and not
President Diaz. The following men com
pose tho commission:
Jose M. Gandera, Amador Gonzales, Dr.
Luis dc La Garza of Chihuahua, and
Kduardo and Fernando Gonzales of Guer
rero. It Is slated that Iho authority of
the commission is limited to impressing
the futility or an uprising upon the in-surrcctos.
PEACE CONFAB BREAKS
UP WHEN REBELS COME
CHIHUAHUA, Mexico, Dec. I. Tho
peace commission returned to this city
today nnd reported that their work was
greatly embarrassed by the fact that
soldiers followed at their heels. At
Guerrero, just as they were beginning to
talk with tho insurrectos, a peon ar
rived with word that the soldiers wore
on the way. whereupon the. meeting
promptly came lo an end.
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HIE SHELL IS i
His Defeat of Pa! Moore Makclf
IN 111 Favorite Kcatbcrwcighiffl
in New York. fl
CONTEST WJTH MORAN 1
INVOLVES DEEP PROBLES
Frank Manfcll Wins Over Sal
or Burke in Fast and liii.r.
csLing Dal tic. I
BY BAT MASTERSON.
NEW YORK, Dec. l.-Abe Altr.lt
tho only featherweight boxer in tH
opinion of the local boslng fratom'ltv
II la do.fcnt.of Pal Moore at the FjiS
mount Athiotic club bus miido lilm 'thi
moat (alked-of fighter in the country ai
tho present time.
Pal Moore was a disappointment. tj
failed to show any of those cluunpldn':
:hip qualities for which h0 has b'i
touted. I-roni what I havo read
been told by those who hao i 7?9
Philadelphia!! In action. I natiiraflv rnH
eluded that Atlell would havo the tSM
of his Mf.- beating the Quskertown wM
It Is ob Ions that Moore Is ono of
paper-mado chiimplonM. of which Vntn
arc several around Now York City. 4
A Hard Problem. '
There In one thing, however, in cJw!
nectlon witli Pal Mooro that would jm
to require some sort of an e.nIanallD
His two bouts with Owen Moran. th
first In Philadelphia and tho i."cond 1
Boston, in both of which tho PhllaJti
phian moro than held his own. cantfS
by any system of reckoning knoTn t
mathematics, be reconciled with W
showing against A I tell. 3
Tin- nuesilon naturally arises, 'TVhi
was loran doing In bin two contesl
with Moore?" Attell. porhapa. will en
deavor to explain the. matter, aa lie h
often done: In other contests that had
queer look, that Moran'o style of boring!
.'.vatly .suited for Moore. At any rati
the whole thing appear.' to bo a dlffi
cult problem to done out. Artoll Is '
wonderful 'boxer, that I3 certain, bb
crafty and clever ;if ho is he is not gctx
enough to beat .Moran even when thai
fought at 122 pounds ringside
This fight problem i'p certainly & tiers
one to figure out. While T have hiai
mercd Altell many limes for faking,?;
have never questioned bis ability asfi
lighter when he was tn ln
Mantoll Beats Burke.
Sailor Burko got pom what tlis -njt
of it ih his bout with Frank MaflW
at the National Sporting club. Tho csilai
however, wap not so bad a second aft
all Mantel was entitled to tho dedeioa
but bo bad no picnic with Burke, jritr'
tell, is a husky ptzabu. who can talri
n pretty swift punch on tho Jaw wltlfoil
sagglnp at tho kneey, "j
Tho plan of baltlc ho pursued was ei
aetly the kind to inako a tpjltler chud
it up. lie was elMifr after tho salii
or on lor of him. tho tort of stuff ahsr
hcarled tlchter has no utomuch for. "Al
though hurt several limes he did 110
dolge it bv any means. He was per
ging away with both hands moat of t&i
time and landed quite a. number of stfb
wallops ln every round. Th attendant
could have been better but the shw
was first-class in all oilier reap?;r,j
THEATER BOAT WILL
Novel Trip of Bel lew and Com
pany of Fifty Announced fl
by K roliman. IB
NEW YORK, Dec. 4. Kyrle Belles zfl
a company of fifty will start from I"B
dou on August lii next, for a 47.000-mlIB
tour of the world in a chartered "Vj4?1!
ship, so Charlos Jr roll man announced
A London syndicate and Mr. FrohnttB
will finance the theatrical IniiovatlM
which it Is estimated will require MH
and one-half years to complete. JB
1 According1 to the announcement. fm
vessel will be fitted with a theater
other dramas and musical comedy
be produced either on board or ""B
stops are of sufficient duration, at ""Hj
It Is proposed to visit overy port
there is an English settlement. includllHB
some where a professional actor
never appeared. H
Folcj iiducy Pills aro tonic in
ttOTi, quick in results, and restore i9H
natural action of Lho kidncj'Q and 'B
der. They correct irrcfrulariUBJ
Sehratnui-Jobnson, druRS, fivo storflBl
L. H. HEKS(J1I FIELD, MONTAM
BANKER, DIES IN NBWYGM
HELENA, Mont.. Dec. TulegnMB
were rocclvcd in Holcna today annoop
Ing tho death in New York of Lewls JflB
Hersch field, for many yearn ono ot
leading bankers In Montana ijMm
Mr. Horscbileld was for n. long
at the head of tho old Merchants
tional bank In this city, and foiISjMJ
its failure he removed to New York.
was an ardent Republican, and ,uP.fljW
the time he left the state was aCUVHff
ln political affairs. , 'HI
In the convention or 1SSS he first 5jjM
gcslod tho name of Thomas II VB
then practically unknown, as a c,a.ndl(5BBi
for congress, and brought, about 3SBl
Ination and election. Mr. UerschflcKMB
been 111. for some time. JBBM
I Did you ever hear a man in the business say, fH
1 ' ' That 's a clean whisky, ' ' and did you know what he fK
meant? Old Jordan is a clean one that you would '-H
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