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1 6 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1913. lJ
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I 00, FIGHTER SHOWS
Jim Coffey Apparently Best
of White Hopes Just
By International News Sonico.
NEW YORK. Feb. 2G. The much
totited Boer, Georgo Rodol, camo In un
der the wire a winner at the Fairmont
A. C tonight. Ho stopped Art Nelson
of Chicago In the seventh round. Rcforee
Billy Joh called a halt when Nelson
seemed to he getting too much attention
at the hands of the Boer. Poor Nelson
was tveary of leg and heart when the
curtain was rung down.
Nelson was on his feet, but swaying
like a weeping willow.
Rodel looks like si good man. He lacks
' experience, but more may be heard from
The Jim Coffey-Jack arcFarland fight
was a corker. McFarland was whipped
to .1 frazzle at the end of the fifth
round. McFarland had all the better of
tho first few rounds Coffey did not get
going until the third, when he began
to uncover some of the improvement that
he has been showing in his gymnasium
work. He popped' his right across as
true as a die, and when he did McFar
land began to wilt.
In the fifth round Coffey went after
McFarland like a champion. Rights and
leftH flew through the air so fast and
furious I hat McFarland early began, to
flv the signal of distress.
When Coffey had him primed for tho
killing, Joh stepped into the breach and
stopped It. Coffey right now la the best
of tho "white hopeless" crew.
I Scott Bowling Team Wins.
The Scott Bowling Mam won tlirco gxmes
''om tlic 5?mltli-ulcy toam lajt nlchl. Tonlcht
'he National nnd All-Amerlrans play.
Rlnliaut 123 Its I4t tt;
Wlgren 1I2 isc 13S 405
Evans , 161 177 161 ISO
Wll.cr 112 ... in Si
Smith 126 2M 122 4fi2
IUmlMo.1 131 ... 131
Total 62i E21" 637 21H
Handicap 73 73 73 210
Grand total CM S3t 760 2JJ3
Olntler 170 1SS 157 S55
Slmom S)t! 220 ICO F,92
OlfTord 186 16? 17S KO
Mtrrrs 175 170 205 553
Maushfln 133 16S J33 1(0
TOUI S7D 312 873 2370
Metropolitan Racing Is
Almost Certain This Year
Although No Definite Action Is Taken Yet
Sentiment Is Overwhelmingly in
Favor of Sport.
By International News Service.
NrUW YORK, Feb. 26. No action wa3
taken toward tho restoration of
racing in this state at tho special
meeting of tho Jockey club called
today by August Belmont.
Tito magnates, behind closed doors, dis
cussed the situation and at the finish an
nounced that no definite movo was settled
upon, for the reason that many officials
of the several courses were absent. There
has been a big change In sentiment in
the last two years and many former oppo
nents of racing now favor it.
Another conierenco of the solons w.U
tako place shortly.
The impression prevails " among racing
men that tho powors that govern horse
racing in this vicinity have about de
cided to open some of the metropolitan
tracks the coming season. The way has
been paved for such action by a. recent
court decision holding oral betting not
unlawful, thereby exempting directors of
racing associations from liability for bct
ting In this form.
COOLEY MAGNATE IN
Special to Tho Tribune.
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 26. Dick Cooley.
formerly a major league player and late
owner of tho Salt Lake "Skyscrapers,"
Ib to manage and finance the San Dlogo
baseball team in tho now class D league
that has Just started in southern Cali
fornia. Today the new association held a meet
ing and Cooley was elected on the board
of directors and also to the office of
Cooley has decided to stay In southern
California and as his interest wJU al
ways center around baseball, ho lias
taken over the club.
lie expects to develop a winning team
and intends to lay out a largo amount
of money on this now acquisition.
Eight Bounds to Draw.
By International News Service.
DETROIT, Fob. 26. Tommy Dovlln of
Philadelphia and Mllburnc Saylor, the
Indianapolis lightweight. went eight
rounds to a draw at Windsor tonight.
The bout was rather slow.
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I That racing will be resumed could be
Inferred from the statement made after
' tho meeting, "that owing to tho great
reduction In the number of horse3 racing
and the definite programmes announced
by tho Virginia and Maryland associa
tions, which already havo secured ap
proval from tho Jockey club, those spring
meetings will not bo conflicted with."
In a statement issued by the stewards
after discussing the matter, they declared
that the Jockey club is only a super
visory body and does not control the busi
ness policy of the racing associations. It
Is not in its province to say whether
thero shall be racing, It was pointed out,
but should any of the associations decide
tb open their courses, tho Jockey club
controls the manner n which such racing
shnil bo conducted.
Chairman August Belmont presided at
the mectlnc of the Jockey club stewards,
during which F. lv. Sturgls was elected
vlco clialrman In tho place of the late
James R. Keone and 1L K. Napp was
elected secretary and treasurer, the of
flccs formerly held by F. K." Sturgls.
WOLGAST AND MURPHY
DRAW 20,004 HOUSE
By International Nows Service.
LOS ANGELES. Feb. 26. Franklo
Burns, tho Now Orleans bantam, and
Eddie Campi of San Francisco were
matched tonight to box a scheduled
twenty-round contest before the Pacific
Athletic club at Vernon on tho after
noon of Miurch 2D.
Tho weight compromise was 116 pounds
it 13 o clock noon and a $1000 weight
and appearanco forfeit was posted by
both principals, Tim McGrath acting for
Campi and Manager Tommy Walsh hand
ling tho Burns end by telegraph. Charles
F. Eyton waa named as referee
eoP3 and Murphy drow exactly
$20,001, of which sum Ad received SI0.002
for their fight at San Francisco. These
(boys are sure to bo rematched for the
Hrst week in April, according to Tom
"Wo havo practically agreed with Pro
motor Coffroth on terms," ho said. "Mur
phy is a much better boy than he has
been given credit for, but Ad fought him
on four days' training. When they meet
again Ad will stop him Inside of fifteen
UTAH CANNOT CHANGE
DATES FOR COLORADO
Manager Cameron of the university ves
tcrday received a letter from tho Uni
versity of Colorado in which he was
asked to arrange for the Colorado basket
ball games on tho nights of March C,
and S, Instead of 13, 14 and 15. Mana
ger Cameron was unable to make these
arrangements, ns the presont stato sched
V"le,,caJ.ls for ffames with tho A. a and
B. . C. In Logan on. the nights of March
6 and 8. Colorado' will finish the
season this week and it is not probable
tnat Boulder will refuao to play on March
13; 14 and 15
In the letter was inclosed a list of
the scores made by Colorado so far this
season. Out of eighteen games tho Boul
der boys have won every batt Their
second team ran up a big score over
tho University of Denver.
Homer Holslngton and Ben Harkerwere
yesterday decided upon as tho officials
for the Utah-Agglo game next Friday
HOLDER OF LONSDALE
BELT TO MEET JACK
Promotor Harry Heagren, failing to
get Joe Turner to come to Utah to wres
tle Mlko Yokel, Is trylnsr to get Mike
to promise to wrestle Hcnrv Irsllnger.
providing Irsllnger defeats Jack Har
bertfion when they meet in Ogden on
Irsllnger claims the middleweight
championship of Europe and is the hold
er of a belt presented by Lord Lonsdalo.
He has put up this belt as a part of tho
Btako for which ho will wrestle ITarbert
Kon. If Trsllngcr conquers Harbertson. Yo
kel will undoubtedly wrestle him if tho
European can make the middleweight
limit of 158 pounds. If Harbertson should
win. Yokel will probably wrestle him.
Promoter Ileagren's negotiations with
Turner havo been unsatisfactory. Hal
promises' to como have been followed with
refusals or tho addition of Impossible
conditions, but when Tumor . under
stands that another mutch Is in prospect
ho may chango his mind quickly.
Conductor S. L. Miller, Norfolk,
Nebr., on Boncstool Division of 0. &
N. W. Hy Co., recommends Foley Kid
ney Pills and says: "I have used
Foley Kidnoy Pills with very satisfac
tory results and endorso their uso for
any one afflicted with kidnoy troublo.
They are all right." Schramm-Johnson,
Drugs "Tho Nevor-Substitutors"
Fivo (5) Good Stores. (Adv.)
Kodak Pictures Finished.
Mail us your films. Salt Lake Photo
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photo dealers. (Advertisement.)
Independent oal & C oke company
bonds are palled for redemption on or
before Monday, March 3.
TEAMS rant CUSS
Fastest Games in Series All
Staged in Gymnasium .of
the Y. M. C. A.
Tho eighth 'set of Commercial league
games were played off at the Y. M. C.
A. last night. The games were the
fastest thus far In this series. Thorc
was Ilttlo rough work and comparatively
few fouls. Referee Bassett was quite
Tho game belwoen the Bank five and
Parks was fast and the scoro would have
been closer If Gunn, the Parks crack
forward, had not been Injured In last
week's game. The score was 23 to 11
In tho Banks' favor.
The gamo between the Hardware boys
and the Tclephono five was very close.
Grundfor, the big center for the Tele
phono quintette, did somo classy play
ing and throw five field baskets, but
he did not have enough support to trim
tho Hardware five. Tho score was 21
to 15 In favor of tho Hardware
In tho third gamo of the evening tho
Plenagcrs easily defeated the ITalllday
team by a score of 31 to 17. The stand
ing of the teams:
Won. Lost. Pet.
Hardware fi 2 7f0
Continentals 5 3 .i2
Parks ( 4 ' .500
Henagors 4 4 .600
Telephone S 5 .375
ITalllday 2 G .250
The lineups and final scores:
Wilcox If Howe
T ra cy r f Ham p t on
Bennett c Parker
Anderson Ig ...Gunn
Jarvls rg Post, Bleak.
Final score: Continentals, 23; Parks. 11.
Field baskets Wilcox 5, Tracy 2, Ben
nett 1. Jarvls, Howe, Parker, Hampton
and Blcalc. 1 each.
Baskets from foul line Wilcox, 5 out of
S; Gunn, 3 out of 4.
Walker If Morrison
Howe ..rf Dyo
Hoffman c Grundfor
Hudson lg Taylor
Ttydalch rg Johnson
Final score: Hardware, 21; Telephone.
Field baskets Walkor 2. Howe 2. Hoff
man 4, Hudson 1, Morrison 1, Grundfor
5, Taylor 1.
Baskets from foul line Walker, 3 "out
of 5; Morrison, 1 out of 1.
Robinson If... Bowen
Bock rf Hammond
Shaw ,c Hood
Korns lg Flandro
Holslngton .rg Davis
Final score: I-Ienagers, 31; Hallldays, 17.
Field baskets Robinson 4, Bock C,
Shaw and Bowen 2, Korns, Holslngton
and Davis. 1 each.
Baskets from foul line Robinson, 3 out
of C; Hammond, 5 out of 9.
Rcfcree Bassett. Umpire Stewart.
OUT OF TOWN TEAMS
ROLL GOOD SCORES
TOLEDO, Ohio. Feb. 26. Out-of-town
bowlers competed today for tho first time
so far ,ln the American Bowling congress
tournament. The team from Alberta,
Canada, were tho objects of much at
tention among tho five-live teams.
Two-man leaders: Cunnlngham-Burgln,
Toledo, 1173; Irlam-Irlam, Toledo, 1150;
Brooks-Bank-Zolgler, Toledo, 1144; Leary
Moses. Toledo, 1142; Kranzer-Caruey, To
Individuals. Brady, Toledo, 622; Palm,
Toledo, 017: Alexander, Toledo, GM; Hart
sing. Toledo, Gil; Zimmerman, Toledo,
Five-man team leaders Woostcr-Lam-berts,
St. Louie, 275S; Callles. Calgary.
2G00; College Inn. Toledo. 2574: Godfrey
and Hofman. Monroe, 25G0; First As
sembly, Toledo, 25G0.
Turf Exchange Case.
In Justice of tho Peace Harper's court
yesterday, the county attorney asked time
to amend the complaint against Joe
Dinkelspiol, so the caso will come up
again today. Defendant is still under
Gcnuino Navajo blankets, 20 per cent
off. Z. CV M. I. carpet dept.
IN HIS OWN BEHALF
By International News Service.
LOS ANGELES. Fob. 26. Clarence
Darrow this afternoon left his place at
the attorney's table for tho" witness
chair, and emphatically denied that he
had authorized bribing or that he had
any guilty knowledge of tho bribery of
Jurors In tho McNamara case, the charge
for which he is on trial.
Mrs. Darrow, wife of the former Mc
Namara chief counsel, preceded her hus
band to tho witness stand, and testified
In his behalf, her statements being
aimed to impeach parts of tho storv told
by Attorney John P. Harrington of Chi
cago, who testified for tho stato earlier
In the trial.
Tho othor important witness of the
day's 6esslon was Henry T. Gage, for
mer governor of California and former
mlnls'fr td Portugal. He testified that
Darrow had nothlns: to do with his being
retained to defend Detective Bert Frank
lin o't tho chargo of bribing McNamara
VEIIE FORTY, '15 10
1. WDHRXr JiHHQ
Second and Fourth Races
Cancelled, but Substitute
Sprints Are Put On.
By International News Service.
EL PASO, Fob. 26. The second and
fourth races today were withdrawn and
two others put on in their stead. Velle
Forty, at 15 to 1, was the winning long
shot of tho day. Results;
First raoo, one mile Force, 11C (Groth). S to 1,
won; Nul Sifts, ICS (Hill), 6 to 1. socond: Cool,
112 (nor.cn), 13 to 5. third. Tlmo. 1'5 1-5. Red
Widow. J. M. Stokes. Loala. and Hcnir WiUUroa
Second ncn, tro and a. half furlonga Lhtj:b,
101 (Burllngnmo), 3 to 5. won: Ktlinl Wlcka, SS
(Hnlsoy). 1G to 1. second: Lllr Paxton. 101 (Moles
worth), 21 to C. third. Tlmo. l:l3. Sndlo Shapiro.
S. V. Hough. Don flamon. Good Intent and D.iden
Third race, onn mile Dick Uaker. 11K (Cr
anaiinh), C to 2, won; Clint Tuckor. 112 (Mc
Intlre). S to I. second; Hen Uncan. 115 (Dorol).
7 to E. third. Time. 1:50 3-fi. Marin. Sim Bor
nnnl. Look Out, Lavender Lis.i and Ilorlcon also
Fourth race, five and n half furloniw Voile
Forty, SS (Haynra). 15 to 1, won; King Stalwart,
9S (Hill), S to 1, second; Iiuiuletn, 100 (Calla
han), 7 to 5, third. Tinio. 1:11. The Fad. Sleep
land, Honnle Bard, Huch Gray. Evran. Mazurka.
ItOKon nnd Ernest II alr.o ran
Filth rare, ono mile Bonanza. 107 (Burllnname),
S to 5, won; SufrraKlst. 11. (Molnsworth), 20 to
1, necond; Loro Day. 107 (Groth). 4 to I, third.
Tlmo. 1:62 2-6. Puclt nnd Dynnmo also ran.
Slxlh race, mllo and throo-slxteontho Palma,
103 (McDonald), 7 to 1. won; Balclllf. 101 (Hal
cny), 3 to 5. tccond; Whldden. 101 (Burllngame).
1 to 1, third. Tlmo, 2:13. Misprision und Flylns
Today's Juarez Entries.
FJrjit race, olovon-slxtnenthn of a mile, eelllns.
Index. Wt.l Index. w't
7253 Ued Rose 105 7155 El Santo 11C
: 7131 Madga B 1031 CS51 Jolly Tar . 117
1 71S6 Bill Finn 10517033 Luke Van Z.'!'ll3
5PS1 Dowiiland 1101 721G Bluo Bcnrd .. 110
5213 Amity 1101
Second race, ono mile, nelllnc.
7232 Wad-worth II.. 37 C923 Gretchon G 103
703-3 Lehlch 100 721 G Ocean Queen ...103
71S7 Sleepland 10017210 Tedro 105
7220 Calothumplan ..103 7032 Abound ... ' 103
7232 nohortn. 103 72-11 Don Enrique. ..107
7175 Lily Paxton .. .1031 7110 Dick Baker .. .103
Third raco, olovon-Blxteontha of a mllo, solllnn.
7113 Tom O 31I6S51 Jim Caffcrata...l0S
7132. Morcurlum 98 7223 Sterlln 10?
7210 Kins Lear lOll 71S7 Bar Oldflold . ..'lO"
71SC Deflnlto 10S 7123 Abo Slupaky ... 103
CSS3 Salvajjo 10S 7229 Hlch Street ...103
GR33 Ablhu 1051 7229 Godfather Ill
Fourth raco. oleven-nlxtcentho of a mllo. nurso
7260 Vested Ttlghte..l02l 7213 Klra ., joj
7260 ConnauRht 10217250 Auto Itun ..'i'i'lOS
7247 Fitzgerald ... .10217000 Woyanoke ... 103
Fifth raco, clovcn-olxteenthu of a rnlln, se'lYlnir
7116 Velio Forty .... SB 7051 Gift io"
7112 Ituosoll McO. .. . 99 720" Orlmar Lad" '. "l05
632S KlnK Stalwart.. 99 7230 Frazzlo JOS
7175 Mazurka 102 718S Bonnie Barii 105
7192 Charloy Brown. 101 7192 Shooting Spray 111
71S2 Quid Nunc 101 7252 Annual Int.. Ill
Sixth raco, one mile, selling.
7136 Rako 1051 7220 Blackmatn 107
7251 Acumen 105 7136 Shorty NortJicut.107
I 7263 Dutch Ilocfc ...1071 ' '
Charleston Race Besults
By International News ScttIco.
CHARLESTON. S. C Feb. 26,-FIrst race, six
furlongs Henrietta W., 103 (Drcycr), 10 to 1
won; Commoner!! Touch, PS (Montour). 3 to l"
second; Clnjue. 102 (Wolfo). fi to B. third. Time'
1:14 1-C. Mlno Nott. Miss Jonah, Bluo Mouse'
Chilton Squaw and Chilton Dance tlso ran. '
Second race, nix furlonn Fairy Godmothor 8J
(Snyder), 3 to 1, won: Ialand Queen. 103 (Obort)
7 to 10, second: Lady Sybil. 107 fWllaon). 5 to
1. third. Time. 1:15 1-5. Ma 8olamo. Grecian
BcDd. Edna Colllnr, Merry Chase and Bryn tlso
Third race, ono mile Shnckloton, 107 (But
well). 8 to 5, won: Loohtol. Ill (Taplln), 13 to
6. second; John Furlong, 112 (MunRravo), R to
5, third. Tlmo. 1:10 2-5. Carlton G. also ran
Fourth ruce. Juvenile slakes, thrne and a half
furlongs Plciv Welles. Ill (Mondon), 12 to 1
won; San Jon, 103 (Burns). 15 to 1, second
Ruby Hyams, 111 (Koomer). 15 to 6, third. Time'
;12 3-5. Mlso Charcot. Gordon and Scarsdalo also
Sixth racn. nix furlonR Swartihlll. 107 (Bux
ton), fi to 1, won: Mlts Primitive, no (Troxlcr)
10 to 1. second: Abrasion. 107 (Murcravo). 18 to
5. third. Time, 1:15 2-5. Pink Lady, Blancho
Frances. Camilla, Monkey and Ethejburg iv. also
Sixth race, alx furloDRs Lawton WIRlns. 10S
(Goose). 2 to 1. won: Clem Bcachcy. 101 (J
Hanover), 6 to 1, second: Oacnant. 105 (Mus
Krave), S to 1. third. Tlmo, 1 H 1.5, star
Roso, Dipper, Clothes Brush and Tolson d'Or alto
By International New Sorvlce.
CHARLESTON", S. C... Feb. CS.Tenncs and
Pona are still at outs, so no weights aro obtain
able. First race, six furlonn Vcneta Stromc. Ancon,
Silas Grump, Berkeley, Sasque, Tony W.. Coreop
eIr. Camel, Grace Ma
Second rnco, flvo and a half furlons Strike
Out, Rubla Granda, Theodore Cook, Maurice
Reed, New Star, Merlin, Naughty Ltd, Qulacy
Belle. Bad Nowa II., Fautch.
Third raco. flvo and a half furloncs Tarts.
Gold Cap. Progremilve, note Queen, Sylveatrls,
Jack KellogK, Chemulpo.
Fourth race, six furlongs Cauchlll. Sir Blaise,
Spobn, Samuel R. Meyer, Paton.
Fifth raco, mllo and seventy yards Effendl,
Billy Vandorveer. Spindle. Supcrvleor. Jacqucllna.
Coppertowu, Rcy. Mudsill.
Slxtli race. on mile Michael Angelo, Howdy
Howdy. Swartahlll, Woodcraft. Sweet Owon. Irish
Kid. Carlton Club, Sam Barber, Blanche Frances.
Wood Dove. Ragman, Steal Away. Cheer Up,
Montclalr, R- II. Gray, Ulltzfn. Jr.
De Oro Holds Pool Title,
By InternUIoaal News Servlc;.
NEW YORK. Feb. 2. Altrtdo De Oro prac
tically clinched his title of world's pocket bil
liard champion whon ho defeated Thomas Hues ton
tonight by a score of 200 to 123 at Doyle'g acad
emy In tho secondj night's plsy for the crown.
Tho total seoro la 100 for De Oro and 227 for his
opponent. Tomorrow evening the final string of
2C4 will bo played. In tonight's match tho
Cuban outclassed Hueaton at all stages.
Olympic Champion Dies.
Special Cable to Tho Tribune.
LONDON. Feb. 24 Tho death has been an
nounced of O, Tsllarls, the Greek athlete, who
defeated tho Americans In tho standtDg broad
Juevd at the Stockholm Olympiad.
CUBS WIN FIRST GAME OF SEASON I P
BUT CUBANS MAKE THEM PLAY f;S
By International Nowfe Sorvlce.
TAMPA, Fin-, Feb. 2C The Cubs won
today's gamo from (ho youthful ath
letes from Havana, 4 to 2.
Tho Cubs clouted out three runs In tho
first two Innings. After that they wcro
CUTS I IK
1Y fffl LEAGUE
International Players Refuse
to Accept Wages Offered
Under New Schedule.
NEW YORK, Fob. 2G. Club owners of
the International Saseball league aro
said to ho facing a serious situation be
cause of the enforcement of a new salary
limit of $15000 a month for each club as
compared with 5S00O last year.
"With the exception of tho Newark club,
which has sl&ncd all Us men. tho entire
circuit is reported in difficulties because
of "holdouts, " players senerally de
manding more rather than loss salary.
Only elsht of the Jersey City club men
In Rochester tho situation Is such that
C. T. Chapln, tho club owner, has Is
sued by telegraph an ultimatum to tho
players that unless thoy come into the
fold by next Saturday, they will be
suspended for the rest of the year.
The $6000 salary limit is one fixed by
-the National Association of Minor Leagues
and approved recently by the National
Basoball commission against protests of
President Barrow of the league, under
tho circumstances tho club owners de
clare thev aro powerless, as they have
offered their recalcitrant players as much
as possible. '
SPOKANE TIED WITH
NEW YORK MARKSMEN
SPRINGFIELD. Mass., Feb. 26. Two
clubs are tied for tho championship of
tho United States Revolver association
as the result of the Indoor league
matches which closed last week. For the
United States championship the Manhat
tan club of New York city will contest
with tho Spokane club of Spokane. Wash.
The shooting off of the tie will be staged
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"THE PEOPLE'S BANK"
Now open for business in its
temporary quarters, 24 East
l6t. So. Commercial and
Savings Accounts solicited,
4 per cant intctLi paid on
' 5 (wort
practically helpless rooforo tho pitching 5tX!
of little Juan Acosla. .Tc
Tho closeness of the game probably 1? , ;!'0
duo to tho fact that the Cub team was ' !uc"
made up of recruits, although !Dvcr3 and (' r"ie
Reulbach took part in tho pastlma for
a few Innings. v.gltln
The Cubs played hotter ball after the 1 'own
vetorans had retired. Martin Bcrgham- 'feratl
mer outshone Evers at second and it was lUonf
off Reulbach's delivery that the Cubans' (r Mi
two runs wore made. ?post
Altogether it was not an encouraging (pulle
exhibition on tho part of the big loacr- v lis ir
uers. Score: R. II. e.
Chicago 210 000 10 1 S 2 ft
Havana 002 000 000 2 fi a ?jf
Batteries Reulbach, Sutcliff. Humph- IP
reys and Gilbert, Cotter and Hccklnqer; It 1
A'costa and Lujan. ti; J
American Boy "Win3. j
OXFORD, EBKlantl, Feb. 16. Will A. Zleslcr. i'1-Hie T
Rhodes ccholar from Iow.i, won tho woliht-put- yi' 'to
tine ovent todir with a put of 41 fast 9 Inchet. ipier.
on tho concluding day ot tho Oxford unlversltj P- 1
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(AYc arc now 1
ncaring the j
end of what i
has been a 1
Mighty I (
Clearance I i:
One of tho I J WI
most success- i jvrj
ful ever held I 'j
in Salt Lake. J IS
There are still I '
a number of I ,'
very fine of- 3
ferings aud it I ;
vill pay you I , m
I to come in 1 ; BO'
ww : look them I
over. Eemem- 1 INi
g ber each re- I '
) duction is a bona fide re- 1 :"'
t duction. The original 1
: tickets are on all goods. 1 ; yrg
Any Suit I :
(Regular $25, $30 and $35 I
values) from our -winter 1
stoclc of grays, broAvns 1 ; YOT
aud dark mixtures. 1 ,j gg
R Your Choice I ? a e
j $9.75 1 i'nn
I (Regular $15, $18 and I
I $22.50 values) from our I
stock of winter suits in I
colored mixtures. 1 ;r
Shirts $1.15 1
(Regular $1.50 and $2 I
values), negligee style I j ijjjj
plain and pleated. I 'jJjJ-Ai
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Otic special lot of men s f ; at :
M , f Cii
$3 and $3.50 1 c
Soft Hats I ;fcVae
in grays and browns. 1 j jht,r
$2.00 ' J S
A fine lot of silk neck- JeSVt
wear. Regular 50c and "tJ
foe values fni
5C i 2?tiyu
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Guaranteed Clothes for ;i jj,?f
Men Their Sons 1 1 when
I Their Fathers 1
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j 220 Down Main I j&l