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g : ., THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1913. M
I Well, What Good Is an Apology, Anyway? :-: :-: By "Bud" Fim
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Coaches Put Players Through
Final Training for Big Game
Brickley and Mahan Show' Form in Drop-Kicking;
Yale Squad Will Be Taken to Auburndale,
r . , k Mass., on Thursday. v ,
H By International News Service
AMBRIDGR, Mans., Nov. IT. Ilar-
H I vard had an easy day's workout
H 1 today In order tint t the men might
H Vy get rid of any lameness caused by
the Brown game or Inst Saturday.
H Ml of the men reported in good shape,
B but Bradleo wan not. in tops, an he hurt
H i!b ankle slightly on Saturday.
H The work constated mainly of dummy
H scrimmaging between the first team and
fl the substitutes, in which the varsity ran
off Its plays smoothly and with great pre-
1 clslon. Much time was spent in punt-
H Ing and drop -kicking. Mahan and Hard-
H wick were In good form and got off some
H beautiful spirals. Brlckley and Mahan
H practiced drop-klcklngi with very good
Secret Work to Begin.
H By International News Service.
NEW HAVRN. Cohn., Nov. IT.
Freshened and rested by their two days
H stay at the shore mansion of Oliver Jcn-
1 nlngs in Kalrtleld, the Yale football regu-
H lars returned to this city this morning
H In time for dinner at their training table.
H Captain Kc t chain said that every mem-
H her of the team was In tip-toe form.
H Practice for the first string men will bc-
H gin tomorrow in secret on Valo field and
j the weights of the Vale players, which
H dropped heavily during the Princeton
H match, aro expected to he fully restored
H Two hours were spent this afternoon
H brushing up the first substitutes for the
B Harvard gauui Saturday. On Thursday
H nlfcht the s(uad will leave for Auburn-
H dale, Mass.. to remain until the game
H ulti Harvard Saturday.
Gophers Expect Battle.
MIXNKAPOUS. Nov. 17. Unmindful
H of Saturday's defeat by Chicago, Coach
H William? put the MInneasota football
H squad through a hard scrimmage tolay
H In preparation for the contest with 1111
H nols next Saturday. The local team ln-
H tends to make the host of the three or
H four days It will havu for practice. The
H men all came through the maroon battle
H In fair shape. Several of the players arc
H a trifle stiff and sore, but Dr, Williams
H believes they will lose this In scrimmage
H uorlc. The unexpected tic ecore between
B Illinois and Purdue Saturday has given
BSa rise to the belief among the Gophers that
'i hard frame may be expected at Urbana
fl Lineup Is Changed.
ST. LOrriS. Nov. 17. The Christian
Brothers football team changed tnilnlng
quarters today to hold secret practice for
I tho Notre Dame game here next Satur-
dav. Coach Luke Kelly had twenty-five
H anen out and gave all the second team
B men a trial on the varsity team, chang-
M ing Ms lineup several times.
Prepare for Kansas.
COLUMBIA, Mo., Nov. 17. Coach
B Brewer announced tonight that the Mls-
H souri State university football team would
be glcn only light workouts and very
H little scrimmage this week In preparation
H for the annual battle with Kani, which
1 Ih to be staged at Columbia next Satur-
The game with Washington university
H at St. Louis last Saturday brought no in-
H jurj of conscciueuce to any of tlKr varsity
H players and tonight the entire squad ro-
H ported for practice. Kemper and Groves,
1 tables, aro still lame, hut Improving rap-
H idh'. Shepard, who was kept out of tho
H Washington game that he might be In
B good condition for the Kansas conflict,
H showed good form in signal practice to-
Vi day. Zimmerman, center, also returned
t the line today.
Fear Loss of Minds.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov, 17. With
1 nearly two weeks ahead in which to pre-
j pare for the final game of the season
with Cornell on Thanksgiving day. the
' oaches decided to glv0 the University of
Pennsylvania football eleven a rest to-
1 day, and the entlro varsity squad spent
the afternoon In lounging about the traln-
H Ml the mon excerpt Chester Minds, the
fullback, came out of the Michigan game
H In the best of shape. Minds is still car-
H rJlng his arm In a sling as a rosult of
he Injury to his shoulder sustained In
h Dartmouth game and it is feared he
will be unable to play against Cornell.
Kansas Is Confident.
IVWRISNCIS, Ivan.. Nov. 37. The Un-
H ctislty of Kansas football squad, not dls-
M ouragcii by defeat at the hands of Ne-
braska last Satunlay, was out on McCook
J ."eld for a hard practice tonight, in
H preparation for the game with Missouri
Hj m Saturday The squad la in perfect con-
H dltlon and the coaches say all that la nec-
H "Ksarj- is to keep the team at Its prcs-
B ent speed and pray for a dr' field at Co-
Scalpers Get Tickets.
CmCAGO. Nov. 17. With the begln
tiing today of practice for the Wisconsin
H t. Satu"la3 coaches at the University
of Chicago did not exhibit the conildsnce
H shown before the Minnesota gam. Two
H of the regulars are on the hospital list.
H Dcs Jardlen appeared on tho Held on
H crutches. His right knee was twisted
toward the end of tho Minnesota contest
and It la jloubtXul if he will bo In condi-
? ?l7i?aYltJ1' ,Ha ,H regarded as
one of the best defensive players on the
m.af?0.n eVevcn Schull. left tacklo, was
h surrerhig from a wrenched shoulder aud
could not lake part in tho signal prac
tice. Coach Stagg, who was 111 last week,
was onco more in active charge. Nearly
all seuts for the Wisconsin game were
disposed of today a few hours after the
tickets were nlaced on sale. Hundreds
of scats -were purchased by UckoL ucalp
cra.. Light Practice Only.
CHICAGO. Nov. ,17. Coach Dennis
Grady of the Northwestern university
football squad put tho mon through a
light practice today, teaching tho plays
which aro to bo used against Ohio State
university next Saturday. Coach Grady
was pessimistic about tho chances of
winning the last game of tho season, but
members of tho squad believe they have
at least a chanco to win. Today's prac
tice consisted in catching punts and
tackling. The freshmen, using Ohio's
plays, carried the ball against the var
sity in a short scrimmage, but wcro un
able to make any consistent gains.
No Change in Lineup.
LINCOLN, Nob., Nov. 17. Returning
from their xiiuo with Kansas In good
physical condition, tho Nebraska football
squad today entered with energy In its
Ilnal practice work of the season in
preparation for the gamo hero with Iowa
next Saturday. Present plans of the
coaches do not contemplate any change
from the lineup of last Saturday In the
battle with the lowans.
Captain Purdy, a tower of strength in
the backfield, whom it was feared would
be unable to finish the Kansas game on
account of a bad knee, suffered no ill re
sults and will be In tho fray. Today's
drilling was light on a. soft Held, but It Is
tho Intention to give the regulars a driv
ing practice tomorrow and Wednesday,
with a let up Thursday and practically
nothing to do Friday.
Practice Is Hard.
By International News Servlca.
MADISON, Wis., Nov. 17. A more tired
football squad than the one that left
Camp Randall tonight after scrimmage
has never been seen in Madison, It was
scrimmage, scrimmage and then more
scrlmnuige fight from the kickoff to the
final that s all" of Coach Junoau. Tho
first team clashed against the second
eleven for fully one and one-half hours
and whan tho men quit they wore "all
in. A3 a result of the strenuous aftr
noon programme Coach Junenu elimi
nated the customary night gathering.
The addition of Germany Schulz to the
coaching staff this week has caused the
rooters to wear broad smiles. Scrim
mage will be held again tomorrorw.
Will Meet Freshies.
By International News Service.
CHAMPAIGN. III.. Nov. 17. Illinois
football players reported tonight in good
shape and at once began to practice the
formations that Zuppo will uso against
the Gophers Saturday. The players ivcro
In good shape
Beginning tomorrow the Illlnl will be
tested dally by the husky freshmen, who
were drilled in Gopher strategy tonight
by Coach Jones. Jones has watched
Minnesota in action sevoral times this
year and tho Illlnl will havo a good idea
what will be mot.
From indications tonight, Zuppo will
use the same lineup against the Gophers.
HOPPE RETAINS THE
18.2 BILLIARD TITLE
Dr International .Vewa Sendca.
T?RK: Vov- Willi Hopp.. Ust, wtwrd
o ( bllllvte, defended hU title at 18.3 bilk-lino
MllUrd t tho llotnl Astor tonlsnt. YftaquUhlng
S1yIC8Eer 0,1 vln W Derawst of OllSo br 600
,..Ufp?aBip!e,tea U 8lrInc la hl twenty-third
turn at tno tabir,
,t.Tlia J?"thfu' champion areracfd 11 17-13 and Ma
artracod i: H-M and his best rrortj were 115,
m ana j.
Hopp played with all hU old brilliancy after
Le. V!!"3;.4 ,U)e. ,ca1 ,n th0 fleenlh Inning. Wllllo
?Un.ed ?rt La Xront and led f omnrcat by 135 to 13
In tho elehth icailon. Demarcat took tho van mo
"a1,? f0?rtMn' nlnR. .h i ran
115. At t!i ataso lis wa 7 points In front, but
th Sdv.nS's, 51 Ui nertr ""nnulctawl
Hoppe 0. 10, U. 2. 0, i, 67, u. 0 a. i - i
0. 8U 1J. 3J. 2. 131. 0. 23, 0, ' " '
HIch rum 131. Si, 67,
Atoms 21 17-13.
Demarcst-O. 1. . j. e. 4. i. U i. 1. SS. 0 m
3. S. 0. iS. 0. i. 6. 1. U IJ4 '
High ruru IIS. 6J, ,
Averxse 12 1J.J3.
j Ara erica u Yacht Progresses.
I TRI?JvU N?J- Elrttr-ftmr ton. of
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here- today. Proparallon. for actual eonttaietton
fork on thB boat aro golnc .'orward rapidly Th
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FUN IDES 14 MILES
1 1DT0SEE m
Homesteader Wanted to See
Matty; Giants Win, by
3 to 0.
By International News Service.
MliDFORD, Ore., Nov. 17. In a driz
zling rain the Now York Giants defeated
the Chicago White Sox in a six-Inning
gamo this afternoon by a scoro of 3 to 0.
In spite of tho absenco of Mathcwson and
Chief Meyers, about 2000 persons gath
ered at the local ball park and yelled and
checord their favorite players as they
slipped through tho mud and cavorted
around tho rain -soaked diamond.
Bens was easy for the New York
hitlers. They piled up nlno hits and
could have swelled their averages if they
had been so Inclined.
Don Hader, u local "White Sox recruit,
farmed out to Lincoln, Neb, in midsum
mer, was put. In at third In Schaefer's
placo. Ho llcldcd well, but his stick work
"W. H. Kllgorc, a homesteader on Evans
creek, aroso at 2 o'clock this morning,
walked fourteen miles and waded two
creeks to catch tho train for Medford and
seo "Matty tako off his hat." Ho was
sorely disappointed, but led the cheering
in tho bleachers. The score;
AB. R. If. TO. A. E.
Kgan, 2b 2 0 0 0 3 0
Rath, fb 3 0 0 0 1 0
Spoakor. cf 2 0 13 0 0
Crawford, rf 3 0 1 2 0 0
Clioso, lb 3 0 1 S 1 0
Itailor. 3b 3 0 0 0 2 0
Kvnns, If ,, 2 0 0 1 0 0
Slight, c 3 0 1 4 0 0
Bcuz, p 2 0 0 1 1 0
Totali 21 4 IS I o
AB. B. IT. PO. A. n.
Snod&rann. cf 2 110 0 0
Mageo, U S 1 1 l o p
Lobort, 3b 3 1 2 2 2 0
Doyle. 2b 3 0 1 2 a 0
Morklo. lb 3 0 1 11 2 0
Doolan, si 2 0 o 0 C 0
Thorpe, rf 3 0 0 ' 1 o 0
Wlngo, o 2 0 1 0 0 0
Wlltso. p , 2 0 114 0
Totals 23 S S IS 16 0
Scoro by Innings
Whlto Sox , 0 0 0 0 0 00
CManta 2 0 0 0 1 03
Summary: Two-bnno hlta Crnwfonl. Doylo,
Morklo. VllLsn. Lobert. Douhlo play Doolon to
Doylo to Morklo. Struck out By Bcnz, 4. Wild
pitch Benz. Thno of game 52 mlnutco. Um
pires Klcm and Sheridan.
NATIONAL HORSE SHOW
BEGINS IN GOTHAM
NEW TORK, Nov. 17. Army mounts, riddoa ty
officers In uniform, fiirniukcd tho vonration this
afternoon at tho National Horeo nhow In M.idlnon
Sluaro gardon. Offlcors from Russia, N'onray,
Kncland. Francs. Belgium, Conadx and tho United
In tho International contest, "Trooper," rlddon
br Major Howard IC. Brown, Flrot cavalry, na
tional jcnard. New York, won tho Plaia cup. Soc
oud placo went to Chlswoll," rlddon by Captain
L. R. Hall, Sixth cavalry. United SUtcs army,
and third, to "Experiment." handled by Captain
J. R. Llndaoy. United Statca cavalry.
Early In today's progmmmo ctmt tho Judclnc
of hackney fllllts and marcs, Clarcnca 1 1. Mackay
won a blue ribbon In a clan of throo-yoir-old fll
llei with "Idy Bums." Major C. W. Mnc
Lcan iron a flrit la tho clacs of raarcs four years
old or over, with hio "Enrland's Prldo." Tlio
champlonnhlp cup was won by "Bury Surprise,"
tha nroadlanda fann ontry.
MIm Loula II. Iing of Kansas City handltd tho
reln over her own entry, "Aspiration," In tho
clata for novice roadnters, and although badly
handicapped by aa Injury to her band, received
In a recent ihoiv at Kansas City, aha drove her
spirited entry to a bluo ribbon victory.
In the class for three hunters from ono club,
tho entries of the Estex Vox Hounds won over
those from Ottawa, Ont., entorftd by Clifford
Fight to Draw.
By International Nows Service.
SYRACUSE, N. T.. Nov. 17.-TV11IU Beocher of
New York end Jimmy Duffy of Lokport fou5ht
ten furious rounds to a draw ai tho Alhambra to
nltrhU It waa ono of tho mo3t eenuatlonal bouts
ever stated In this city.
$45,000 Taken iu.
By International News Service.
ANN ARBOR Mich., Nov. 17.-The paid ad
missions to the Michigan-Pennsylvania gamo num
bered 20.CO0. As the average price for each ad
mission waa a llttel over Ji, it la estimated that
about 145,000 was taken In.
Haynsford Is Captain.
ANN ARBOR. Mich.. Nov, 17. Jamee W Rayns
ford. 'IE. englneor of Detroit, was today elected
captain of tho University of Michigan football
eloven for 1914. Raynsford played left cod th!
fall, nunhltt. the star of the team, was defeated
for the office by ono vole.
Kochestcr Man Ohoson.
bA-VBINC, Mich., Nov. 17. Oeo.-c E. Julian of
Rochester. N. Y.. was toUy olected captain of
the Michigan Agricultural collie football eleven
Negro Loaue Organized.
PIERRE. 8. D.. Nov. 17 -Artlelea of Incorpora
tion ware filed with the secretary of elate hero
for tho colored national baseball Iitacuo of th
United States. Tho ltarun is rapltallied for ISO -0
and Is backed by Chlcajo men.
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GAME WITH OEHI
WILL BE IMPOSSIBLE
Salt Lake High Is Challenged,
but No Date Is Avail
able. I. A. Benton, general agont of the pas
senger department of the Donvor &
Rio Grande, received a letter yesterday
from F. A. Wadlelgh, passenger traffic
manager of the Denver & Rio Grande,
whoso offices are In Denver, asking him
lo arrango a game for tho South Denver
high school with the Salt bake high.
The Denver high school claims the
high Bohool championship of the high
school division of Colorado. Denver wanted
to meet the locals on Thanksgiving day
In Salt bake. Tho west slders hav0 a
game scheduled with the "U" freshmen
on that day, however, and will he un
able to play the Donver school, agcordlng
to Coach Richardson.
The largest and best assembly of the
year at the Salt Lake high school was
held yesterday morning. It was to cele
brate the victory of tho local football
team over Boise high school lat Satur
day. Robert Collier, president of tho Boys'
Athletic association, presided over the
assembly. Principal George A. Eaton and
J. M. Glllilan, Ira D. Travis, Renwlck
McNiece, George Haley, members of
the faculty, complimented the team for
Its good showing and the Htudenls for
their line cheering. liss Mary Beatllo,
in behalf of the girls, thanked the play
ers for their lino work
D. A. Callahan and Henry Richardson,
coaches of tho team, thanked the student
body in behalf of the team on Its great
cheering and singing. Fred Fonnessey,
the other coach, was unable to attend the
Captain Kon Yeates, Croighton King,
Johnny Wilson, Bob Jes.sen, Hugh by
man, Vernon Atwood, Arllo Rydalch, Fred
Brough, Roy PIddoway and Ray Donkln
told how they won the gamo. Harry Kll
patrlck, Wendall Packard and Bill Good
rich were attacked with stage fright and
would not 8peak.
One feature of tho celebration Saturday
was the new songs Introduced with refer
ence to Boise's defeat and another was
the girls' cheering. No better cheering
has boon heard on the high school campus
and the girls deserve much credit. Miss
Marjorle Halden Is the cheer leader.
Tho victory over the Boise high school
probably gave the team and coaches more
satisfaction than any gamu on the sched
ule. After being beaten last year on tho
Boise grounds tho boys vowed vengeance.
The great winning streak" of the Bolso
eleven was broken by tho west slders.
Boise had not been defeated in three
years before last Saturday's game.
Salt bake's high school warriors were
given a lecture by the coaches yesterday
and the mon wore advised of their
: faults. The boys ran through a light
signal work In good style and showed no
j serious ailments from the game.
Ogden Is Confident.
Salt bake will take the entire squad
to Ogden next Saturday. Excursion rates
have been given for the game and about
500 students will accompany tho team.
Coach bon Romney Is giving his bovs
some hard work. He is confident that they
will give Palt bako a good rjib, because
the team has Improvod 50 per cent since
tho last game with Salt bake, which Salt
bake won by tho score of 13 to 3.
Ogden will play Granite on Thanksgiv
ing, while the locals will meet tho U
freshmen. The Ogden gamo will be
staged In Ogden.
Tho freshmen declare that they will
hold but ono jnoro practice before, meet
ing the west elders and the high school
should be able to win.
Tho Jordan team will meet tho U
freshmen tomorrow on Ciimmlngs fleld.
Button has developed many good men and
expects to give tho freshies a hard battle.
MAY BE PREVENTED
CAMBRIDGE, Haas.. Nov. 17. By n change In
the manner of marking tho tickets for thin year's
Harvard-Yale football gamo. tho Harvard othlctlo
authorities hope lo be able to prevent ipccula
tlon. Kach ticket la atamped with tho sano of
the applicant and ho nlono will bo allowed to unc
It. If a ticket is found In the possession of a
(peculator It will be confiscated and tho one
to whom It was Issued will bo deprived of the
rl&ht to apply for tickets to future games.
Tlio Harvard Athletic association today begin tho
dlntrlbuilon of 27.000 tickets to Harvard gradu
ates and under-graduates.
Coalon Not in Stonn,
CHICAaO, Nor. 17. Friends of Johnny Coulon,
the bantamwolght champion, who feared that he
had met will: harm during tho recent storm on
tho Orcat LtVec, wore reassured today when a
letter was received otatlng that he would remain
hunting in the Canadian wilds for another month
Eemedy as Bad as tho Disease. J
"On the seventh of Pobruary I con
tracted a severe cold followed by a
cough and final logs of voice. I tried
many romodics nono of which did mo
any good. I then -went to my family
doctor and ho swabbed my throat five
or sir times with some abominablo
stuff. I think it "was benoficial but
tho remedy was as bad as the disease.
At last tho thought struck me why
not try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
I did so and this morning my voieo Is
fairly tjood and is gradually growine
better' writes H. C. Clay, publisher
of The jRoporter, Eapid City, ranitoba.
For sale by all dealers.
MEiOF I A. 0.
Sullivan Re-elected Secretary;
92 Records Are Approved
NEW YORK, Nov, 17, Alfred .1. bill.
Jr., of Boston, was tills afternoon elected
president of the Amateur Athlellc union.
John "Elliott of San Francisco was oloctcd
first vice president, James E. Sullivan
of this city was re-elected secretary and
Tho elections took place at the annual
meeting of tho Amateur Athletic Associa
tion of tho United Stales, and In addi
tion lo tho choosing of officers many mat
ters of Importance were sledded.
Tho election of Alfred J. bill. Jr., of
Boston as president was somewhat of a
surprise, tho general opinion prior to the
vote helng that Gcorgo V. Pawling- of
Philadelphia, tho only nominee for tho
office, would succeed Gustavus T. Klrby,
the retiring executive. Tho vote stood 23
to 9, in favor of bill, and his election
was then made unanimous.
In all, ninety-two records, made in the
last year, were approved. Seventy-eight
of thoso wore In track and field events
and tho remaining fourteen for swim
ming. Of the swimming records, Duke P.
Kahuna moku of Honolulu was credited
with seven. Haiines Kolehmalnen, the
Finnish Olympic distance runner, was
given forty-three now records twelve
Indoor and thirty-one outdoor track roc
ords at distances from two and one
fourth miles to ten miles IT. P. Drew,
tho sprinter from Springfield (Mass.) high
school, accounted for new indoor time
marks at 63, 70 and 70 yards, of 7, 7 1-5
and 7 3-5 seconds, rcsperilvely.
John Paul Jones of Cornell, with his
world's outdoor rocord of 4:14 2-5, and
Abel R. Klviat of the Jrlsh-American
Athletic club with 1:18 1-5 for a mile In
door, wero the honored ones among mid
dle distance runners for the year.
It was tho general opinion of the dele
gates that hereafter tlio record commit
tee should accept only records made at
standard distances and In events, ac
cording to the list which now obtains in
tho United States, those sanctioned by
tho Olypmlo council, Is advocated "by the
athletic federation and thoso to bo passed
upon next year's Paris convention of the
International Olympic committee.
The organization will be represented by
a committee, to be appointed later, at
UTAH PUVERS SEE
LOS ANGELES SIGHTS
Team Is Given Light Work
out; Outcome With Po
mona in Doubt.
Special lo The Tribune.
bOS ANGEbES, Cal.. Nov. 17. The
University of Utah football team, still
alive after tho pummellng Its line re
ceived at the handn of the Oxy eloven,
look the morning off In a sight-seeing
trip through the city. The entlro squad
visited :ho V. M. C. A, Hold this after
noon and went through light work under
the ctreful eye of Coach Bennlon. The
men are all in good shape.
The team, which meets Pomona col
lego Wednesday afternoon at Claremont,
Is certain It will got away much better
against he Huns than It did with the
Tigers. They will havo been In this
cllmato a longer time and will have had
tlmo to become particularly used to tho
weather conditions. Coach Stanton of
Pomona is saying nothing, as usual, but
Is sawing wood. He has sevoral men in
the hospital, Including Wilson, the quar
terback, but thoso who aro in a position
to know feet confident the Huns will put
up a good battle. The team knows foot
ball, the straight kind that drops a man
when ho Ib tackled and blocks a tackier
whon It Is nocessary.
tho sessions of the athletic federation to
be held at bondon or Brussels and Paris
President Klrby, hoforc retiring, sub
mitted a lengthy statement of the work
accomplished during his term and advo
cated that competitions, under strict ronr
ditlons and limitations, between amateur
and professional athletes should be sanc
tioned. This matter was referred to the
board of governors.
The Kccretary-trcasuror'a report showed
.a not gain for the year of $315b56 and a
balance of $LM.S77.52 on hand. The box
ing championships proved tho best source
of revenue during tho year. They netted
53085.84 The only branch of sport whore
the net revenue reached tho one thou
sand dollar mark was t'hc Indoor senior
championship, which showed a profit of
Kodak PicturoB Finished.
Mail us your films. Salt Lake Photo
Supply Co., 159 Main street. Exclusive
photo dealors. (Advertisement.)
J01A1 Ai KEl
PREPARE FOR j
Finn Will Work j
house; Greek Exp
Waino Kctonen and Chria ;
meet in a finish wrestling h
Gariick theater In this city
of December 1, hi an elmi!
to decide which will get a
Yokol and the championship
training today. i
Kctonen will work out at 1
tlon and will havo George
soveral of tho llrorncn to won
dan has been doing road w
past week In preparation foi
at Ogden this week with Ja
son and Is nlreudy In fair cri
has not. decided whore ho wj
he will establish (juarttihl
public can watcli him work ai
match with JIarbcrtson la ,
should loso lo Harberlson
with Kotonon will bo ca
Jordan Is not worrying ovi
by 5-Iarbertson. -1
Ketonen Is practlcallv ai
quantity In this neck of th'
the only man he haa wreaW
Archie Parker of PlttsbprEttB1
shown enough in his houtsMf
quarters to convince .thosaAf
had the pleasure of watchlnw.'
he is as good as any of therhij1
sldered much better than HM1
when Jordan came hero to 'Wfi'
Kartjc last year. jmi
A Consumptive 00amj
A cough that bo thorn youM
is ono of tho danger &ifMi
warn o consumption. Dr.-l
Discovery slops tho CQUgbA
chest, banishes fever ant
sleep peacefully. Tho first;
the s3'niptoms and gives;,
liof. Mrs. A. P. Mcrtz oi
Iowa, writes: "Dr. King?
covery cured a stubborn ."i
six weeks' doctoring failed
Try it, as it will do tho 63
Best medicine for coughs, c
and lung troubles. Money
fails. Price 50c and $1.00i
gists, by mail. II. E. But
Philadelphia or St. Louia.
11 E. BROADWAY 11 Sfllft
Near Main. JI Think of it EverythiB
Everything- Going; at 25cto65c Jjj jat 25c to 65 c on thfl
Christmas jt 1,00 Guaranteed Alarm Clocks, S 9
in Look! Cora1' Neck" iQc
I lii Hd116 W haVC f6W 14"Kt A few $200 7 Jewel laginvB
j if Carved Perfect Diamonds in Suit Cases left ande'altliaml
I lii Cameo 14"K soKd ffold mount- Go at watches, 20
I I IV I LaVallierS left- Val- ClI tf 1 II C and 25. year ill
I If: . We sold them W t0 ' ' JLIO Sld - filled
I 11; for Vo.fJO Only a few left. cases. Values
I ill' Now they go $12.00 Cow- to $15.00-ja
w wft tmt Sd Ut 25 Id fill hide Leather Complete jHj
W $2.95 r r ii1-35 $4.65 $4.45 it
Vwl 75c Cuff Links 50c Tie Clasps 75c Tie Pins Mm
WHY HOT LET US PLEASE m1