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WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL -MINER
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
IMONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA.
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1908.
APKE GIVES KETCHEL FEARFUL BEATING
MORAN FIGHTS ABE ATTELL TO A DRAW
BRITISHER BADLYlTSFT BEGINS THE OPPOSITION TO HUGHES
Sill IIP WHILE
LEAVES FISHING OROUNDS FOIl!
TOUR THROUGH BTATE
Challenger Declares He
Broke His Hand In
I) A ' Press.
s FUANCISCO, Sept. ".Alio
At' i' !. tin1 American champion featli
rwc;M, and Owen Moran, Knglnnd'ti
prom cr in t nu name division, fought a
23 r '.ml draw at Cnlnia thin after
coi n Tin' decision pleased tho crowd.
The light was rather tamo hut this was
offsi' Iy the cleverness exhibited by
both men. Tho concensus of opinion
was that the Hebrew has gone back
quite a bit, nnd lack tho dnv.linj.
irned which governor his provlotiH bat
A Per tne fight Mornn said ho broko
his r.fi'it hand in tho second round and
was willing to fight Attolf forty-flvo
rounds, winner ttiKO an. aii cxomina
tian smwed .Moran 'h hand badly swol
len about tho thumb. On tho other
hm I. Aiti'll nxlilliiteil ii ilislocnted
kn i li' Whon told of Moron's olTer
he ul ho wouldn't fight anybody
,. rt ' livi' nintnls jih ho wanted to live
iw t vet. Ho said ho would fight
h.'ii mi' tiiinili.tr (if riinmls ill) to 'ITt.
A resume of tho fight by round
. ... .. . .. . It 1 .. . !..
m iieii nan mo miviiuiiiKu
ti.ri rninds. Moran hIx nnd the bnl
an i' I'H'ii. Mnruii's men was much
it ;unl his left oyo nearly closod,
..... ... i -i.
wi, f woii einergcti wiinoui. a mam.
I!tl M) I. The men sparred with
.''til i.'iiitiiiti inn! then mixed It. Abe
I'll' "tree lefts to Moran 's body and
Si -r i i fought back rather wildly. Abe
u i iciitiiM right to tho body and
t Aid it ivit.i lnfl and rlirht to the
av fter Homo sparrlhg Abo jabbed
pft i the face nnd rushed Moran to
i' r .pen, planting right and left to
tin' ' ny. Moran drove Abo to the
ftii'i-r of tho ring and landed a wick
"l lift on tho body nnd Hwung his
f'KV to the jaw. In a mid-ring rally
M -r in out fought hi man and put in
cw"ui hard lioily punches. A up, now
I r.ILl(.L 1 ...
..... .... . . ... . . t ...I. .
mm mi n. Abo juiiiicii twicu wh.i
lef' ti the face aud Moran clipped,
him mi the body with n- right awing.
"flit a right to tho head and then
ji t two left hooks to tho stomach
anJ they clinched. I tot h ran to the
"on'cr of the ring and fougnt to a
'bin li without dumngo. Moran missed
a fearful right swing intended for the
Lead and smiled. Alio slipped to his
kn rs but was up quickly, to bo mot
hy . left, 1 on tho body and tho other
on 'he jaw. Moran shot a wicked
''might right to tho jaw and then put
I' s left to the body. Abo looked so
ri his for a moment nnd tills look was
n mmt,.d when Moran smiishod him
n tho faro with u hard right that set
the crowd a-yolling. Tho boll ended a
HOl'NI) 3. After sparring for some
t 'lie Mornn put a right to tho body
1ml 1. ...Ul ...... (r.in lllnitlMl
.! tVllll II1U .111.1 '
tlirrr rights to tho body. Morau then
"en a staright loft to the jaw nnd
Abe retaliated with a straight loft to
The fiirn M'lmw iiilr.nl It without daill-
Kc, Abo cleverly blocking his oppo
nent',, efforts for tho body. Abo then
Jnnueii a hnnl left over tho oyo. ni
lyinir in the enntor nf tho rinff Mornn
nad all lim lw.tt.ir nf n fierce mix. As
they broko Mornn swung loft nnd
'Eh' to tho jaw nnd tho men woro
"K'Hing norcoiy wnon tno noh i"H'
A llvnn r mi ml
dUUNP 4. They sparrod at long
illitnrw... .....1 4..I.I..I.1 llfflltlv to
U inu Slltvil j.t.vi. .-r""
tho face, iwo times. Ho ropoatod a
moment latr. They stood wido apart
ami foil into a cllch after Moran
swung n loft for the body. lf landed
ln light lofU Jo, tho ,f nco. Ho then
K n right and loft. swing to tho jaw.
Aho Mint in two brdLU to tho face.
Tney clinched. Ab(!k4v harmlessly
with his left and taeyfRain clinched.
Koran's loft wbk t over AbeM
nelt and Abo shot In a good loft to tho
-tnmiicli. iAs Moran rushed hq. was ro-
lly Assoclstnl Vtnit.
HANMlIfKKV n M.u.1 7 Willi.. ...
II. Taft today began his journey from
mi' iiMiing grounus ai Aiiiuiie iiass is-
l.'llltl 111 till. nplll.llt..u nf ilifi nmnti'ilfTti
at (.'liiclnnati, where ho will arrive to
morrow niter a sncccumnkiiiL! trln
ll.. .....I. At A A Ml t J. A ti
iiiriingii i tic sinie. rno nut lamiiy
are speinling the night at tho city
home of a eolleoe friend of the r;imll
date. Tne efaturo of the dav was the
visn io uie tomii ot the late President
Kutherford II. Hayes, at Spiegel
(Irnvi. ni'iir l'rniiintit
Fremont was reached shortly after
,.ri... ...1.1..1. 'v,.r, i .. ... i ... i ... !....
IIIIUI lllllt II .411. 1. 1. .IIUII lib 1 1Mb
Clintim, where i made a brief ad
dress from tlio yacht which carried
him from the island. Tomorrow Taft
will address the soldiers hero In a his
torical Kiieecn in tho morning. From
Port Clinton to Hnleecl's Grove. 1
miles, was made in an nutomobile.
ACT I VE II OF
IfilEI TO CROSS THUNDER BOLT IS
THREATENS REPUBLICAN HID OF CHUG
TICKET IN NEW YORK CHOC DEI
Roosevelt Said to Have Delayed His
Support of the Governor
LOS ANGELES BOY INSTANTLY
KILLED BY MOTOR
CYCLE, i DRIVER 18
as the bell rang. Attcll's round by a
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HOUND ft. They sparred at long
range ami then Moran landed a light
left to the face, followed wltn a
mi rnii. lit rii.lit in tlin Inur. kli.-ikini' Abe
up a bit. Mornn then landed two left
upper cuts to the jaw aud they iought
rinse in. As tliev broke from a clinch
. i - i
t nev oxr u inL'o rie 11 i noxs 01 union
force to tho jaw. Abe then planted
two rights to tne face, missed a vicious
riL-lit ami am ei left to the stomach
Imnl. .Mnriin iinneri-ut Abe with left
to jaw and swung a light left to tho
same place. .Morau lorceu uio iigiiiuiK
mid they locked nrms. Moran chopped
Alio with a left to the lace as tno pen
ItOl'Nl) 0. Moran landed a left on
the stomach after some fruitless spar
rim?. Thev i-liiicneil for several sec
mills and then resting heads on each
..tiniru Hlinnlili.rs ton l it hard, .m or. in
inn. In. I lu'n lofis iii the kidney and re
..ntviiil lllnu'S Iii kind. Morau tried
hard but was blocked. Moran landed
left to the jaw, and then Abe with
I lmn'l riohts to tho jaw sent
him to the rones. Tney mixed nt .1
in the center of the ring
M..r..n .,.m..l HtrilllLIT. TIll'V slIL'geil
iinnl to body and head and Moran
tit linttnr nf it. Aim1
cvl III1 M i --
started several blows rather low but
thev failed to land.
imnvn r .vim inissec. a vicious
nn.l Kiev ellncheil. Then
Abo opened Moran 'h left eye with a
right nook, being first blood. '1 ney
stood wide .apart. Then Moran sprung
!.. i..,i i.'tiu t,!ni.(ii!. Mornn oot in a
light left and then Abo put a hard
I ln. Mitrii It VI.. 1111 I lllllir. i-i.
rinni i" "' -j -- .
...ui. .. i. .i.i in I tin none. Alio
u. i-fi ilut nose. Morau rushed
in nnd got in two straight lefts to the
face. Moran on tno imiensive, ik -
I-.. II.. A I... mint tw'll leftS tO tilt'
bad eye as tne bell rang. It was AIo s
round. Abe devoted his attacks main
lv to the Moran cut eye which mtihu..
l A ... ..!.,..
II III 1 11 1, in tun".. , ,
iinitv'li u After fllthtilll! harl
they exchanged lefts to tho head. Alio
not In a right ami leu m i" '
ii.. r!.ii...vn.i It with a left upper
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'.. ... . I... .1. l. mill n ICIl IO III"
(III I" HI" nil....'" .. -- : ,
face. Moran cuffed Abe's head with
lefts. Alio covered up eioveriy.
ii iii (tut in w: n till thou
hooked left to tho samo place. ah
they broke from a clinch, Abe sent
his n opponent's heau ihick h i..... ..
.. i... ii, ..n imt In a vicious right
a iini. in... n"" . . , i
a... .i i. Aim ilnpked a furious
10 III" nunii.iv... ...... ... i i . i
left Hwing. Moron's face was bleed
ing considerably ns no iook am n -
It was Abe's round, he having blocked
. e il... I...r.lnr iinnplies.
Iliosi in m i , ...ii.
ROUND (.-Tney opened "P, IU
fiddling and then Abo swung righ an.
left to the sore eye. Moran landed
. . ... .i... i....- Hit roshod A PC
igi Inst the rones but tho Hebrew clev
,,y ova.led lilin. IMiey sparr d I he
; ; i inr..n' ftvft fimiitu M
TSS- to the J;S
i ... tiwi.it liiiiini?e. lnen
niey wresiico .
.Abe's left again drew loo. rmn Mo
ran 's eye. A te noosoti "
t VV'a "thocn
right ami luu.-.- .,,
Kang tno meii s.n...K ...
landed sever... . o- . - ,
S bS S'rVxh... ted throughout
tho fight. It was Abe's round.
(Continued on rTC
Hpci-lnl to tlio Jotirnnl-Mlner.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 7.-Interest
hunt In the New Yurk iMiliernntorial
situation is so intense Unit, politicians
even are in danger of forgetting that
a presidential campaign Is on the
Hoards. The I net that I alt and nrynn
are running for tlio first ofiico in tlio
laud is hardly mentioned except as it
may bo directed by tho situation in
.l!V 1 OTK.
Siintliiintit run nn hotter bn described
than to sav tout democrats are lovful
and republicans nppreheusive. Itcjiiib-
ncan rejoicing over tno results in Ver
mont was dimmed by the fear that tho
f;ir Ilium In N'ihv York miiv L'At so far
apart that they cannot be brought to
gether Dy Miveinlier. it would no
prcsuniptious for nny one in wnsn
Inuton to sav whether It would bn hot
ter politics to renominnto Governor
Hughes or. to place another at tho head
of the rcpubllcnn ticket, but tnero can
be no disputiiiL' that the conflict is
thiifhlv ileiiloralile from tin. xtaml
point of national republican politics.
While republican dilTerences in other
states are beinu composed, thorn Is
Increasing bitterness between rcnubli
can factions in the most important
state In the I nlon.
Tliiri Is n illmiiivltliin In snmn ntmr
tors to blame President Roosevelt for
the present situation. .May ho this is
because the president's shoulders nrn
broad and ho can carry tho blamo
witnout seriously disturbing his equi
nltuity. Tho assertion is made, how-
i.t'i.r tlilll lirt.1 Mr. HnnBni-nlt innknit n
mouth, or oven two weeks aco, thcro
would have been no opposition to
Hughes worthy of tho name. Ho kept
silent. It is asserted, until the anti-
Hughes leaders had perfected their
plans for displacing the governor, and
nt this Into day the lenders refuso to
ntmndon their plans.
BADLY INJURED THOUSANDS HERE
Hy Associated Press.
GI.OHi:, Arir.., Sept. ".-Chief Hlec
triclan A. II. Deuierlck, with two other
eionloven of the irovornment, Spencer
and Harvey, and a man from
O'Kourke's camp named crow, were
blown out of the water tunnel by an
explosion of gas today, all 01 iiiem
being painfully burned.
The water wneel was not working
kiiiUfiirtiirilv. Tlio water was shut
olf and the men went into the tunnol
ulti. ii liirhlnl riuid e. Tlii'V had not
gone far before there was a terrible
explosion, blowing ti.em out or 1110
ttiniitli 11 f the tunnel. Dcmcrlck wits
lin wiim hurt nf the four, all of whom
are badly cut nnd burned, but none of
tiii'in rataliv. I ney were miton io mo
government hospital at Roosevelt.
I FATAL TO
fit. A Manlntlwl I'TPIM.
m. nut-: Arlr... Sent. ".-Manuel
n..,,.t.. w.'.rVil for tho l'ov eminent ut
Roosevelt. Tlio government allows no
liquor to bo sold on tho reservation,
either aliout mo nam or un mu
est reserve, nnd Manuel pined for a
..!.. rxf lti. lttll.1.
,, ,.. .... . . .
lie tinaiiy nu upon mo eii:un'iii -
i... .Li.... mi mi t-'tnrliln wiiter. Ho cot
a bottle of It and hid under tho brush,
nr'.iiirv tn iinlnviiii' a lltr lair un-
'.. . . ml. I.. . ... .. .. t.,..nl wnm
disturnen. . """""'s
fond dead beside tho emidy noiiio ami
the coroner gave a verdict oi poison
ing with wood aiconoi.
u w imiaVCIHCO. Sent. 7. llrooil-
Ing over tho death of her son, l.ns gn
bill... I In a turret explosion
.-.tun. .., . " .i
on the battleship Georgia whllo on the
rango oir lloston last ran, is imnuw-.i
to have unused Mrs. Kliza D. Neumann
to jump from tho deck of tho "City of
Hvilnoy" on the night of September
I, while the steamer was a row iiuum
Prom Tuesday's Dully)
I'rescott did herself proud on Labor
Dnv. Two tiiounmiil or more visitors
caiiie from Jerome, Phoenix, Mayer
and the country adjacent to I'rescott
to enjoy the resttvities ami noi one
went homo disappointed. A hard rain
in tho morning timed itself so as not
to interfere with the literary exercises
in tho Plaa, and then postponed fur
ther action until after the ball game
. . .... .1... rf
and tug oi war comasis in u.u .mm
A Infix rrnwd assembled in the
Plaza to eiiinv the literary exorcises
Mrs. Dr. Huut'li wnrtli recited F.ducr
Im. 'a 'M nlinr 1lnrni in milondid
stylo. F.vldcntly fmm nor reading this
girted I'rescott woman is inorougniy
In m-iiui.-ithv tilth the noble sentiments
of tho poem. A patriotic selection by
tho imnd was loiiowen ny ino ornuou
or the day iieiiveren ny i oi. .i. r. u
mm. wlui l ink il as follows!
...... ..... , .-
.Mr. t halrman, ueiiiiemeii oi urganiBn
Labor, I .adies ami ucnucinon!
U'lmn I was wnitcd on a few days
ago by your committee to invite me to
lut inrn nn tins nccnsion in iieiiver inn
address today, I replied to them that
I should try. So, my menus, in oneui
ence to fiat promise, I am hero simply
tn in- and not ill ii lt more.
The suiijo-i at nann now is oue oi
miirii ennrern. It is one of much irrnv
Itv Indeed It Is momentous, and
kli.iiil.l li.t pniisldered witli all the seri
ousness of the best thoughts wo may
Labor organizations, like other in
dustrial eoinbiuatious, do not altogeth
er make thmeselves. They are tho oil
spring of rising and surrounding con
Tlio conditions of today bring lis
fm.it tn fiirn with the organization of
tho worklngmoti of tho world, with n
membership or H,lTft,utHi, more man
:t (lon iidil nt which is couinosed of the
nririinlrril lulmrillL' of free men in this
government, demaudlug the right to
maintain the nigii uieni oi ion irrn
a mnririin wnrkloir man to maintnin
Industrial peace, and to lie nine, eiieci
tially to set their Inlluenee, their In
K.ntiliv titntr enoraee and all tho rn
..mm 'tin. i- innv be able to command,
against the unjust invasion of their
rights bv the unfair greed of the few.
Then, with this momentous fact fnelng
us, It can not bo other than the most
ill- . n.t..t.lnr II .xrlnniltl' nod
nt'iiniii''! i" . t. -j--f. -
with tho keenest consideration and
thought. , w .
In order that we may better under
Uy Associated Press.
I.n AVflKl.KH. Hriit 7. I.i-fjter
Webb, ngod 8, of this city, was instant
Ii killit.l. nml i:iiiirie ItiilKn. nt'ril I..
a well known local motorcycle racer,
Kfriniinlv Inlnrrd this af tfirlinon when
a motorcycle, drivun forty miles per
. r -.. . ...it. ...i
hour, ami rumen ny uniKe, who was
tuning up preparatory for the races
Uit.liin.l'i v- ntriirk Wrlili who was
ft ......... ,
trying to cross the track in front of
HAN DIKOO, Sept. ".During the
ttuitnrevrli. rnres nt diriinailo todav.
0. O. Taylor dashed into a fence while
his machine was running nt nigh
speed. The rider sustained a fractured
skull, and other injuries. Ills condi
tion Is rritlr.il.
stand the Importance of it wc cannot
t . . ... ' . 1 ... .1 . ...II n.l..nlli.n
110 Illll OI 0II1UI I" mnfc in" i.iicui.uii
111 inn fnrt iliiit. in thn industrial nro-
tlm m;i. Orannizml Labor has
won many patties, nccompustien grenv
It. fmm Its lii'L'lunititf to the ores
ent, when, and only when It fought the
civic tight within the paio oi tuo uw;
and always lost, wuon resori was nan
In .I... .lnnni.in nt Invr nitit thft rivil
I. ...U ... ..i..... ... ..... ...... --.
rights of men. This is a historic fact
that nono can gainsny or ibii iu sec.
Now, somo light may be cast nn tills
rrri.nt mifilrrt for it is LTr.lt. and Val-
unlilo tninrmniion impariru, n -
. I 11. ..n.ft liia.
mano a ininiv 111111:11 tii-i
inn-, nn.l ri.f.tr liriellv to the d:illi!crous
lillt iivnr whirh or'iraiiized labor has
had to pass, and tho many struggles
. . . 1 ... I A L I. ..
in which il wan nirairiMi, irum uih
tint Guilds, the inhumanity of
Mm iinnnltv lirntiil. to t ie coiiiinnnuini!
high civic plain to which it has at last
reached and is now saieiy quantn-u
from which it is lawfully appealing to
il.n iinu-itr tli.-u ln fur that iost recoif-
.'IV, " " . - 1 '
nltloti of lawful rights they so justly
In tin. i-.irlv stuees of tile life nf the
liilii.rini' iiinn he had uothini' to sav as
to his estate or condition. He and his
condition and estate were, In a sense,
proscribed. Hy the llrttlsh law, tin
f the lYndal system, the work
ing men had their food and dress, ns.
well as their wages, nxed ny law, ami
if they violated either provision, their
.. - .i i ... .A. ...... i
penalty was nxru ui i-mu-r inijiiin....
..K..it nr ii f liniiiL' branded ill the fore
head with hot irons. That wreirneii
state lasted long, but the cries of hu
mnnltv wure lieard nnd authority nave
some relief. Then followed the rise
of the craft Guilds, in which masters
and journeymen banded themselves in
in iniiimirini inonniioiies. luor un
li.iii...! i.nntrnl of. and seized control.
of cities and town tnrougnoiit r.urope
Knocks Michigander In
Twelfth Round After
lly Awoclntcd l'fe.
LOS ANGKLKS, Sept. ".-Stanley
Ivittnl.i.l. nf Mli.liir.nn fnrniitrK thft
......... ., ... - j -
tiil.l.llnwi.if.ht i.linrntil.tn nf thn wnrlrl.
was knocked out in the twelfth round
at JelTries' Vernon arena this aitr
noon by "Hilly" I'opke, tjie "Illinois
Hoth men entered the ring apparent
ly in perfect condition. Ncitaer hid
Hut these with their mighty crafts.
their liveries and ceremotiies, their
i.n r. fi.n 11 II II rnrciiiitiins. nnd with tin)
power of the craft, resolved the orler
Into grarty speculation; snui oui rrr-
tain classes or worKing men nn i unv
..III...I lli. mi tn mtrsrriitioH tlliri'Oson-
nble. It degenerated into niJiie nink
ing combinations mnuncti io a pnvu
ediredfew, so that, with the advent of
. ... I.I. I. ..ll........l ,.....r
modern Ministry which mini".-.., ..i-
ate.l by individual capital, altordlng
equal prlvlledges to all in tne race of
. . .. . ... .i ii il i t, ... ..
tnduntrinl u tno uuiiu iicni nw
ii linn W It has nrosnered for a time.
but It finally violated the civil rights
of the many, enlarged tne privileges ui
the few, placed omiiargoi-s on nun
1,1,.,. I uiii.rtv. nnd therefore, for
these violations of a natural law, It
died and passed out or view, viola
tion of law and the rights of men
cursed It, condemned It nnd destroyed
t-v..rv ri.ii.1nr nf industrial history
cannot help but rnll into mind tne ri
..r iim lrnifMiiK iii moor, inn irimiri" n
... ..... ... - , - , , .
itiudo, to the poini ot lis violation in
. . 1 I . 1 ...
the rigm or men, anii nun imm i"
note Us fall.
Ti. mum the dav when the factory
system came Into existence and Its
founders and managers, operating ij
ii still greater scale to a degree of pow
or to fix wages. Then eamo Its counter
nirt tin. Inlmr union for self protestiou
. . . ..... I . . . .
and iieiense. nut inuiinvry
that this factory system enlarged so
as to combine, merge together the In
dustrial systems embracing industry of
many states under one proprietory eon-
trol. In line with it, ror sou eieyanon
anil the assertlen of lawful right be-
dim tlm fiirimis nf the land, to meet
opposing Interests In n lawful way
(Continued on rage tour.)
ever been knocked out. Kctchel held
a ten-round decision over I'apk.
Kctchel woro the air of nn undefeated
ennqucrer plainly, and was a great fa
vorite ot the immense crown wnicn
wns letting-on him " to l. When
I'apke came In he walked blithely tn
Kctchel 'h corner nnd greeted him with
a hand-shake nnd a cordial smile, )mt
when .lames .1, Jeffries, tho rofere,
called time nnd Ketcnel walked to the
center extending his hand for a shake,
. . . . A
Papkc Ignore! the nann, snueu inio
the Michigander with fiery Impetuos-
The fight was practically ovor a
minute nnd twenty seconds after the
gong sounded. From that time it was
n...r..lt.- n uli.ttlin nf llllttr lllntf rCeteh
el would last. Papke tore Into Ketcbel
with such impetuosity that tno unne
fnni.ol rim. rlin 111 tilnn mI in nl- was lift
ed off his feet. Four times'within the
next minute I'apke knocked Kctchel to
the mat ror the count.
From the first knockdown Kete.hel
n.tv.ir rxnllv ri.riivered his form. The
defeated man, dazed, bleeding, strug
gling from twenty Plows to tne tare,
came back and stayed with terrible
determination. For at least three
rounds he nebl his own with the victo
rious challenger. After the first round
Kctchel 's right eye cloned, iietorn tne
finish the other eye was all but rinsed.
For the last three rounds he staggered
about the ring dlzry iikc a urunnen
man, practically iiiinneu.
In the third Ketchel showed best,
when ne forced I'apke through the
ropes, lint when tne gong sounneu urn
went to his corner engcrly Through
ti,.. fi.nrili. fifth mid sixth. Pa ike
seemed he b babying his man, giving
the crowd run ror tneir money, m
the elgitth Ketehel's smile became
glmstlv. I'apke was now trying all his
rorre to put uis man oui. iiiruuK"
the ninth and tenth Ketchel fought
with both eyes shut. lie spattered
blood every time he clinched I'atiae,
and was covered with gore.
In the tentn both missed repeatedly.
In the eleventh blood began pouring
rfti.il' mouth likn water from
a geyser. The gong saved him Just a
he wos knocked through the ropes. An
other minute tlnisnci nim wun rp
. i .1
almost as strong as wnen ne cmsirn
Ketcnel. when carried into the
dressing room, presented a terrible
upeetarie. Hoth eyes were swollen In
to great black puffs, and were com
pletely cbmed. His Hps were eut and
swollen several times wieir normal
sire. His whole fao was beaten and
titiffi.il nut nf hane. He lav hrllilrsi
...... -. - , -
and almost unconscious. Ills manager,
. . ... .ti
joe i) t nnnor, sain:
"There's nothing to it, the bt
I'upkc, exultant over his victory,
said: "I always knew f would best
that man. You notice I didn't shkr
hands with him. The time we fought
before he hit men when I shook hand
with him. This time I took n
"I'apke was absolutely unhurt. Thi
only mark on him was nn abrasion r
low the belt where he id Ivetchi.
221 STKAGGLUKS FROM
THE AMKKIOAN I'LEKT
M IJI.DOl'ltNIt, Petit. 8.-Heward
have been orTeresl far tlm apprehe
ilon of 2Jl stragglers fnm the A ton
"nun wuii n straigni icit io uiy j