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L PASO HERALD
Saturday, Dec. 17, 1910.
and gently reared, women will find in
all the seasons of their lives, as maid
ens, wires and mothers, that the one
simple, wholesome laxative remedy,
which acts gently and pleasantly and
naturally and which may be taken "at
any time, when the system needs a
laxative, with perfect safety and real
ly beneficial effects, is Syrup of Figs
and Elixir of Senna
It has that true delicacy of flavor
which is so refreshing to the taste,
that warming and grateful toning to
the stomach which responds'so favor
ably to its action and the laxative ef
fect which is so beneficial to the sys
tem t when, occasionally, its gentle
cleansing is required.
The genuine, always bearing the
name of the California Fig Syrup Co.,
may be purchased from all leading
druggists in original packages of one
size only, price fifty cents per bottle.
Willie Hoppe Explains Two Difficult Shots
7 p Berried Goldenseal
IfT r7 CreccJV Catarrh, Hay Fsrr "
f (Cfl lnfiommatloajt. Irritation, ulcer
"Zy f allocs or, ALUraCcocsicGinbrxae'
I n . I or UnlcZB of too nofo, tnro&t,
11 1 stomasa or arirsry orcass.
I y",r AT DRuaoisTs ?i
V A W3& V cure yourself bmm
W""-"""" Treatise with each bottle . g
or isallod oa request. jL J
V &8 E355 OmkssI C-
GxssS, Gib, A
TIZ-For Sore Fee
Cures Tired, Aching:. Swollen. Sweaty
Feet. Callouses. Bunions and Chilblains,
right off. At all druggists, 25c tor a
Nature's own rem
edy i'or depleted
serve force; for ex
haustion; lor de-
Dillty; for lascania;
now prepared In
most highly efflca
ceous tablet form. $2
per box. Lasts one
montb. sold la
El Paso only far
Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon Hotel- '
I 1 CATARRH 1
snle bears i
Mace Is Missing a Lot Of
Advertising By Beiijg Dead
Banish Your Wrinkles
Appear 20 Years
(By W. W. Naughton.)
San Francisco, Cal., -Dec. 17. Fame is
a funny thing!
English Jem Mace, who was recog
nized as the father of modern boxing
and Foley, in addition to being known
as the champion of Australia, blossom
ed out as a promoter of pugilism and j
a developer of Queensberry talent- It f
and who lived in" poverty and obscurity that Peter Jackson. Bob Fitzsimmons
during his later years, has received George Dawson, Tom Meadows, Young
more advertising after his death than Griffo and many others graduated.
he did during the whole career. The story of Mace's discovery of Her- 1
" Tne writer's attention was'drawn to f bert Slade, the half-caste majri, does j
the fact by an up to date promoter who not take long to tell. Early in 1S83 j
has always an eye to the main chance. Mace toured New Zealand, arranging j
"What a pity that such a slough of and conducting boxing tournaments and j
faVorable notices should go to waste," presenting the winners with medals f
said the party in question. "Now, if, and watches. Bob Fitzsimmons, who 1
as Mark Twain once said of himself, was in .his salad days as a ring man
was from the Foley college of cuffing international Beauty Specialist Says
Newly Invented Process is Most
Practical, Surest and Quickest
Method of Banishing Wrinkles
and Developing the Bust
the reports of Jem Mace's death had
been greatly exaggerated and 'he had
recvvered, he would have been good for
at least a year of highly profitable the
atrical work op the strength of the ad
vertising he received."
One Point Overlooked,
reminiscences of Mace's doings in Eng-
in those years, figured extensively .in
the Mace tryout.
In the Middle island Mace happened
across Slade. who was known in a small
way as a wrestler and whose knowl
edge of boxing was very limited. About
that time the world was wondering If a
EL FASO HERALD
FREE BEAUTY COUPON
The papers have recently been full of man capable of stopping John K Sulli-
van's wallop could he found, just as it
land and the United States, but very lit- is wondering now in the case of Jack
tie has been said about his influence on ' JUUSUU-
the sport of the glove in Australia. It j Picked a Failure.
ha hoon fhp. nraoHpo tn dpsprlhft Anti- Slade's stalwart proportions caught
podean boxers whb have made good in Mace's eye and he conceived the Idea ,
the rine- as fighters- of the Mace or Dnngmg oiaae xo ims county
school, yet It is an absolute fact that
very few of the Queensberry stars of
Australia who invaded this country
during the past 25 years came in per
sbnal contact with Mace. They re
ceived their ideas of the Mace system
6s boxing second-hand, through Larry
Foley and thereby hangs a story.
"When Mace visited Australia a little
less thaii 30 years ago and sought to
challenge Sulljvan. The fact that Slade
could not box a lick on -earth cut no
figure with the father of modern box
The people of New Zealand became
quite worked up over t,he prospects and
a sendoff that brought in many shekels
was the result. Slade, by the way, was
worsted in an impromptu scrap with an
Auckland cab driver the night before
Champion Billiardist Tells
of Chances He Took
The photograph on the left shows how Willie Hoppe holds ,his cue for
a nip -masse sho"t"-andthe"one on" the right shows' Hoppe " making a simple
establish himself there, he met a for- embarking for San Francisco, but that j
miaaoie ousiness rivai in me penuu "" . vm...... .v. k, ..w .
of Abe" Hicken, who described himself slightest. They came, they saw, but
as the champion of Australia and who Slade. did not conquer. He lasted two
had the inside track as tt tutor and rounds and a part of the third with
authority on the Queensberry game. J Sullivan in New York and soon after
As Hickman did not consider himself j that he disappeared as if the earth had
in any sense retired and as his busi- swallowed him.
ness cards contained the boast that he . 3Iayhe So.
barred neither age, weight or color, Puzzling questions sometimes come
Mace decided that the best way to hum- j from searchers after information. Con
ble Mr. Hicken would be to find some stant reader wants to know if, in the
one capable of defeating him. j writer's opinion, Battling Nelson's name
Mace's choice fell on Larry Foley, a will reverberate through the corridors
sturay young ienow or lrisn aescenr, ut ume its juus us juuh j. ounnuu
It probably will, for Nelson's record
as a lightweight is every bit as credita
ble as Sullivan's as a heavyweight. At
the same time I wish to remark that I
don't think either of them will be re-
who up to this time had drawn atten
tion to himself more through his natur
al fondness for fighting than through
any special ability as a ring man. Mace
took Foley in hand .and coached him
little time in
Hicken. The men. met 'on the turf under of the "uplift" of the human race will
old ring rules; and Hicken was beaten leave deeper footprints in the sands of
to a frazzle. , - time than those vho had to do with the
Mace left Australia shortly afterward "knockdown" of their lello.v man.
Foley very responsive, lost membered as long as Mark Twain or
in issuirfg. a challenge .to Tolstoi. Those who make a specialty
Jimmie Clabby Talks Of the Days
When He Was Younger Than Now
In Far Australia He Remembers When Fame Was Yet Afar Off. '
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til, or sea talx A rrltk 16c (itaap mr
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Collyer Has Some Words
To Say About Starters
Hakes Special Reference to Curley Brown's Brilliant Work at Montcrief.
iTO FEAST TOGETHER
One El Paso Child to Have
Unique Privilege on
There will not be manj' children in.
(By Bert E. Collyer.)
Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 17. The
splendid and outstanding feature of the
present race meeting at Moncrief park
this city, is the truly remarkable and
formful starting of A. B. Dade, the St.
Xiouislan, who succeeded Curley Brown
at the barrier. Indeed, his work is such
a vast improvement over that of last
winter, that natives, talent and horse
men as in one voice, ask the o'-rtinent
question, "Were not a few of Brown's
-starts too bad to be true?" "Why was
he tolerated?" Not a few intimate that
some of Brown's- sendoffs from the bar
rier last winter were reflected in the
betting ring. This, as previously inti
mated, is now eliminated with Mr. Dade
wielding the flag.
Horsemen, those who raced under
Mars Cassldy during the fall meetings
agreement wtih Brown whereby he was
to have access to all messages, press
and other, has bitten off more than It
can comfortably chew, and as a conse
quence, aside from the promised law
suits, several heads are slated, for the
Bacing has never needed any apolo
gies and its best battles have been
fought in the open, but with men like
Brown in control, this sport is at once
put on the defensive, and he and his
I methods at Jacksonville will keep the
timniyiuiis or racing apologizing ana
"Dick" AVilliamsT Fine Bnnch.
"Dick" Williams, the western turf
man who, during the past few years,
(By Willie Hoppe.)
World's Champion 1S.1 and 18.2
During the course of my match in de
fending the 18.1 balkline championship
against George Slosson recently, I had
occasion to use several difficult posi
tion shots. Most of them are known to
expert- billiardists- but are. seldom used
In a championship. They are generally j
. uiassea as iancy snots, oeing so diffi
cult ot execution as to be used onlj in
exhibition where nothing is risked by a
3Iado Xevr World'R Record.
Two of these shots made my new
world's record average of 335-15 for 500
points possible. The situation twice
confronted me during my hierh runs
where the shot was simple enough, but
nave taken a chance of losing control
or rne nans, in one instance it was
necessary to get the balls out of balk:
In the other the balls were out of balk
but the easy carom would have scat
tered the object balls to far corners of
J In diagram No. 1, printed herewith, is
j shown the position where the balls
were in balk. I chose a cushion carom
masse as the best way out of the diffi
culty. By hitting the cue ball with a
neavy top masse English I forced the
(By T. S. Andrewst)
Sydney, Australia, Nov. lO.-1 Jimmy
Clabby, the American welterweight
champion, who Is the most talked of
boxer in Australia today, has Just been
matched for his second bout here. It
will be with Mark Higgins,.a local 152
pound man, wno is reportea to oe very
clever and a hard hitter. uiabD is
he has already received several offers
from the outside for vaudeville en
gagements, but has declined- all?-Jimmy
was asked to give out something
about his early start in the game, and
this Is the way the Milwaukee boy
rattled ,it off. " " .
"I was still a newsboy when, "little
more than 15 years ago, I engaged in
my nrst fight. Mike McCarthy,
time. Even money was the best my
friends could secure-
"I fought Jimmy Gardiner a third
time, a 10 rounds' no-decision affair
for which the purse was $1600. I
shaded him then. Five or six news
papers said I won, and one sized it up
"Did Hudie Unholz -ever tell you
Arrangements have been made to send
free to all EI Paso Herald readers par
ticulars of the new process for making
wrinkles disappear,, developing the bust
and .clearing and beautifying the com
plexion. -Some remarkable reports are
being received from women who have
tried the process. Mrs. Frances Nichols,
of Newark, N. J., writes: "I can hardly
believe my eyes- when I look in the mir
ror and see that the Wf Inkles in my face
really disappeared after using the
treatment only two days."
A prominent New Tork physician
says: "This discovery Is a new depar
ture for the advancement of women thar
should meet wlfch the immediate ap
proval of all who seek: to Improve their
personal appearance." The discoverer
of this process says she demonstrated
its efficacy in her own case. "My
wrinkles disappeared as if by magic,"
Those who -wish to know about this
new p5oces.s, women and girls who have
wrinkTes, a -poor complexion, an unde
veloped bust, scrawny neck or sunken
cheeks, can olitain particulars by cut
ting out the coupon below and mailing
it today to the address given in coupon.
Be sure to write your; name and address
plainly and send, with coupon.
Free Beauty Coupon
Cur out this coupon and mail it,
with your name and address, to Abby
Beatrice Knowles, Suite 19-K. No.
205 St. Nicholas Avenue, New York
City. You will receive by return
mail free particulars of the new
process for removing wrinkles, de
veloping the bust and clearing the
the idol of the small boys here, and I abut the me ,he. Wolgast and, my-
self were hanging round Milwaukee
waiting for something to turn up?
Guess things were tough with us then.
"CVoIgast a Queer One.
"Wolgast is a nutty guy. . He often
goes out and fights -with no more j
than a couple of day's training, and i
srets awaV with what h is after -with
! that. We Wolgast and I used to f
of ! eat and room together for quite a big
nting the obvious way I would ' Lamport,' was the guy; and, say. Mike while, and I know him better than do
iken a chance of losing control was every kind of a lad a good fel- niost people. He's a flashy fighter
low, moving round ordinarily, but a : tnat 1S ne Sets going in flashes. Wol
tough guy in the ring. Gee, how he L&ast 'H do more fighting in a minute
used to swing and wallop; but T licked, aajcl most in the game 'will do in three
him." And Jimmy sat back, while a rounds. He smothers a good deal, and
self satisfied smile spread over his j then., unwinds and makes a bolt, hit
countenance. The boy's mind had. In 1 ting" all v&ys.
a few moments, been transported away I "Backhanders ;are as plentiful as
past a sequence of quickly following, j hooks and swings when Wolgast gets
exciting incidents of his life, most ofv : busy, '-and they cgne from every dlrec
which had placed him -better in the"," tion sideways as well as upwards
public mind and brought very many j a.rid downwards.; i" -
more dollars than that Initial scrap; . -its a sigm losee mm Daiinng at
, or right any wajirand anyhow it can f
has been more or less in the limelight! th sidff ra.n and thence to the end rail.
cue ball around the red ball, which T bnt none was of greater moment to ' toP speed. Blng;bing; goes the left
sirucic very lightly on the side nearest
the cushion. In this manner the red
ball was impelled toward the end rail
at an angle that avoided the kiss and
with just sufficient force to drive it
out of balk. The cue ball ttvistori rm
Drink Lots of it
It's pure, rich, sweet.
It's good, and good for your sys
tem. . It's nature's purest food
drink. It's a health fcod.
ifany families use three to five
quatts per day.
EL PASO DAIRY CO.
Phases: Bell 340; Anto. 115.
Office 313 N. Orecas.
"He's the foxiest, fellQw In the world
b,1Tin ftf TTVr voay nlrlc- TV. ft v. !
...tv .7 Wi. vl.?. J.XX laUL. L11C I n.,
in Kentucky, have gone on record as progeny of Martinet, which is at th . second shot which I have chosen
preferring Dade's work to that of the j head of the Williams ranch at Black- ?H expIaIn is depicted in diagram No. 2.
eastern official. This may or may not well, far and away outlook any other T e, cu.e bal1 and red Dal1 """ere aligned
El Paso on Christmas day who will be ' be to far etched. Both are undoubt- band of yearlings at the track. " l"f i0yer corner of the table in such
able to sit at a table at which their edly peers in their modes of starting In this respect It might be mentioned Fm "JL a llfCt drive around the
mat srrandmnth!- win h9va u co norses, lor De n Known mat wnere tnat mere is a standing loke amoncr th T ... ""hc. i mipuiave at-
" " . ....v, uib --.. .-, j i-, j.sij . . ,,.. ... . I rftmnrorl tn r?trrm nt
of honor and will tell of her early v-a-sslu-y seuos ms "ems away in mo- ranmras ana ciocKers at Moncrief who,
Christmas days. But there will proba- tIon' Dade stm holds to the flatfoot ' whenever the Williams entourage ap-
"i auumuig uicu.xl. xuc uiuy uujeuuuu i peais uu me tracK, as it one -voice,
that the writer has noted or on which J exclaim: "Here comes Dick Williams's'
the horsemen have commented relative j three year old two year olds!!' The
to Cassidy's starting is that in the . latter, of course, is the outgrowth of
spring races. These, especially" the five, more or less bantering queries as to
the ambitious youth.
"I wanted to lick that fellow Mc
Carthy more'n anv hov f p.vpr Hrkftd
afterwards not that I had any t0"ay, 1 think. J.ohnny Thompson and
grouch on him, bu I was hungering ' Wolgast 'd show a greati fight: 'ind
to make good. Bronson must also have. a good chance
"Rnnnfl nhmit fhat HmA nn fnr of beating him: as Hay ,fs clever, vou.
(esDeciallv so at -MnnfrfAf Pari- o' "yhere it struck the object ball so sen- emit a strptch afterwards. I was sell- ' know, and a hard .'nut fo "crack.
year ago, when it is said he and his y th,at a11 three were gathered within j ing newspapers, and used to follow up "That 'loop-de-loop' of mine-? .Well,
connections cleaned up $250,000), this ' a,f, I x inches and in perfect po- the boxing game sort of crazy-like, hat do you tfiink of It?" Good eh?
week named an especially fine looking sltion f or the next shot on the end j- putting on the gloves with anyone. , I always land 4bftUnch. . I never- use
bly be one, and her name is Corrine
Ireda'le, a five year old daughter of Mrs.
H. D. Iredale, of 1320 Magoffin avenue.
Grandmother Mrs. Agnes Elsing, of
Alamogordo, N. M., who is just 46 years
old, may have the second place and
Mrs. Steve Fraser, of 615 Texas street.
who is 68 years young, will occupy "the ,
furlongs dashes, the horsemen argue,
are not favorable to many horses in
that Cassldy oftentimes springs the
big arm chair that commands the sur-I bar6r Tith. nls fleld 6? orJ foot back
vey of the whole table. of the startin Post- n the case of a
So little Corrine Iredale, who is just' horse' and tbe ,&Te many- I?0 can J"s
old enough to know what a great mana5e t?astI0"t the distance but
grandmother really isand how impr- whJc& coud beat a falman t flv6
tant a personage she is, may not stick and ,"haf fulos, their chances
her fine-er into tho hfe- iVh, n..in9 " """" "B"" " ""using oacK
when her mother tells her not to, but
s, a tnows great grandmother will
smile when she shows her the dolly
Santa Claus has brought.
TO DISTRIBUTE BASKETS
TO POOR FOR CHRIST3IAS
The Elks are preparing for their an
nual Christmas for the poor of the city.
Instead of the usual Christmas tree and
of the barrier. In favor of Mr. Cassl
dy, however, Is his splendid record, east
and west, and which apparently he is
keeping well abreast of at Juarez, Mex.
Jumping, as it were, from the sub
lime to the ridiculous, at the local
track, is the overwhelming antipathy.
Curley Brown has engendered for him
self. His demands for subserviency and
the surrounding of himself with a mo-
when Dick commences to calculate,!
me age oi nis sucKimgs, yearlings and
two year olds. ,
Spring: Age Question.
The same question was raised one
'year ago many horsemen going on rec
ord as questioning the age of Darling
and Deceivable, or rather their eligibil
ity to the then two year old races. De
ceivable, to the eye of an expert, did
appear to carry earmarks warrantin
tempted to carom off the white ball, hut
in so doing the chances were against
a "good leave." There was only one
course open to me, what is known as a
difficult swing-gather shot.
Amnscd and Pleased.
I was amused before shooting at the
thought that I had practiced the shot
frequently for exhibition .work, but
never before had used it. in a champion
ship match. The result was so good
as to almost exceed my expectations.
I struck the cue ball hard with low re
verse draw English. The force was
suficient to drive the red ball around
"I just had a love for fighting . 1C "" the way isr 'open!!- Other fellows
that's all. I think it was born in mc. j miss more than thy hit;"
Dad Liked a Scrap.Too.
Jiy dad d walk 20 miles to see j
what he thought M be a real mill, and 1
he used to just get mad with joy and .
anticipation when I had a match on. j
"Norwich, Connecticut, is my native I
town, but I went with dad and mother I
to Hammond, Indiana, when 9. year- !
old, and stayed there till I came away j
on this trip. j
"Taught? No one taught me: I just J
TRY DR. C33E HOIC5 VEGETABI,
ity or weakness
of men, womea
an d children.
all Skin Diseases.
tarrh, Heart Dis
ease, Lung Trou
ble, Liver Com
plaint and Con
stipation. Female internal
tion or acuta
LiX CURED. Of
fice, 105 N. Campbell. Bell Pnona 2219.
slip 5t 'j, 9h
picked it up myself, because I liked it
"I got my real start at Milwaukee, !
Wisconsin, when the Chicago Daily
News' people sent me along to look
after their lads In one of those paper
circulation wars which happen so -often
about our country.
"At Milwaukee I chummed in with
fellow named Eddie Brunner, wfio
HOW HAPPY THE- '
. SOUNDS HE
thfl tnhlp the- mto fioll o-;,. At ii a f
the side rail and taking the reverse i "Sed tQ,7rk fr Tl?n? Mu,Jeln' and :
swing. The cue ball crof sed Ve6 tab" I iVSS.VS"?-' S I
For It Cured iVly Baby of itching, for
tuning Eezem'a. First Came when
Between 3 and 4 Weeks Old, Used
I WILL GIVE $1000
IF i FAIL TO CUREAMY CANCERerTUMO
I TREAT BEFORE ST POISONS DEE? GLANCS
HQUTKHFEORrm HQ PAY UNTIL CUKES
5 OOO Cure?swornto.WrittaftGuarantM
swinaie. An island
plantmakes the cure
Any Tumor, Lump or
Sere on theJUp.face
or anywhere 6
months Is CANCER
They ddnot pain
sent free. T,esti
1 cured afterothers
, failed. Write or see
r tham. 3 6 years, cur-
lag cancers, 21 here.
.k. " w
Td take 'em
slnwlv nu-m.- tn t, tt. ,,,. "J A or ?o at a ume.
" - j r Liiu icrinr riiii'iimi - .
the question, beine: a erreat stranninp-1 and counted nmflv or. t, h4. kh' S a" on unUI De and ye- 1 found my
supper at the Elks' club, baskets will
be distributed to the needy by the mem- ' dus operandi has well been character-
bers of the lodge. This plan is expected ized, or likened to autocratic tyranny
to increase the efficiency of the Elks' . of Siberia,
;hristmas work and place the good
things where they will do the most
One gets "it by highway men Tens
of thousands by Bad Boxoeh No dif
ference. Constipation and dead liver
make the whole, system sick Every
body knows it CASCARETS regulate
care Bowel and liver troubles by simply
doing nature's work until you get well
Millions use CASCARETS, Life Saver!
CASCARETS ioc a box for a week'
, treatment, all drnfjgits. Biggest seller
the -world. Million boxes a mvmth.
Probably no one thing or condition
precipitated by Brown, met with- so
much disfavor, as his attempt 'to muz
zle the press the censorship of all
press matter leaving the race track tel
egraph office. This naturally brought
down upon the track management the
universal condemnation of every non
subsidized paper or sport writer.
To readers of this paper not cogni
zant with the extremes practiced by
Brown, it will be hard to understand
Just how or why such a person is tol
erated. The same question is asked
right here in Jacksonville, not once or
twice, but daily by merchants and the
better element, who had hoped to see
racing in this state perpetuated, but
who now have forsaken all hope of fa
vorable legislation from the -solons
when they meet next May at Tallahas
see. As a result of all this censorship bus
iness, it Is said, that the telegraph com
pany, who entered into some sort of -
chan lookine- more uic n. fniifioo-ni ThP rpri hnii Tnoon,,.i,;Q ,. i .1 self in the business for
and fullv mstiirpd fhmp war- ni 1 fMishirms unfl i-rviiej t -..-!,:.. i- . was on the road to
. . . - -" uvi. ' "" .... . U..V.U iv iriunu ctll UlUU J
uick, who is nothing If not the "All- of the object ball. After that I man
bi Kid'was equal to the occasion with ' aged to nurse the balls with short
the same suavity that marked his sue- drives and counted some 40 more points
cessful engineering of many betting) before missing.
- 1 -" amj aav.vi. iiiocaiiiiiciiL i iiiLnu f!f- I
Family of Fight Enthusiasts.
"There are over 10 of us in our fam
ily. My dad married twice, but I have ;
four brothers and a sister, all younger
Williams, in the parlance of the turf, scribing with diagrams some rtf the- Vnan myself; and. say, those boys just '
is a "smart horseman" and it is inst ! simnler position shotc -n-hih anari . love a scrap. They're never happier ;
Everything Imaginable. 4kes ; LUMP ifl WOMAN'S BREAST
boapana Une BoxOintmentUured is cancer and if neglected it always
" I DQlsons deen in the- nrmritf mH Wllonnli.M
"I can't tell in words how happy-the word Mmt DR. h MRS, DR, GHAMLEY. & CO,
k 1 747 S. WM ST, LOS AK6ELES, GAL'
a 'smart horseman" and it is iust simnler position shots whih flononfl , love a scrap.
possible the Jockey club of New York, ! almost entirely upon English for their ' than wlien the' et a new set of srloves, j
when they refused to grant him a 1 'success. and they'll get 'em when they want 1
trainer's license during the .past season,
had this in mind
Then, too, Williams found "it necessa
ry to ship here long before the close of
ONE ROW OF POTATOES
PRODUCES 600 POUNDS
N. M.. Dec. 17 T V,.
the racing in the middle west, because Thompson's crop of sweet potatoes
'em if they have to store up their candy
money. It's boxing mitts before clothes
"I reached the top of my ambition,
up to then, when Tom Andrews, the
there was no stabling accommodations from one row 210 feet long, welched American newspaper man in Sydney
for him" on the Kentucky tracks. It is 600 pounds He figures that at that novr' flxea UD a match for me with
also said that he was told not to send ! rate if he had had one acre planted to Jimmy Gardiner, the welterweight
in any stake nominations for the Louis- i tnat cr0D he "would have had 25,76a i champion of New Orleans. I was only, 1
vine or JL.atonla events which "tip" -was
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The record was broken Thursday for
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6100, which broke the record of the
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Lillian Lindsey, Walker McLellan and
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was in charge of Misses Carolyn Payne
and Walker McLellan. Up to now they
have sold 4200.
pounds, nearly 13 tons.
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IS. Gardiner .got the decision, but .
the public and the papers didn't like '
it a bit.
"Gardiner and I met again over 20
rounds the second time and the ref
eree called it a draw; but the writers
, went after him good and strong for not
giving me, the ruling.
"My hardest fight? I think that last
one with Gardiner was the toughest.
What a lot of people were sure I was
going up against it hard in the first
match. Heaps of 'em handed consola
tion In the Information that a round
or two would see my end. They laid
as much as four to one on Gardiner
1 but things were different the second
sounds to rac, fir it cflred my
bab; of itching, tortunnq
eczema. It Critcace wncir
she was between three and
four weeks old, 'Appearing
on her hcttl. I used every
thing imaginable sad had
one doctor's bill after 'an
other but nothing curcd-it.
so badly behind .hor ear
that I re-.il! v thoifcht her
car would cqme 9ft. ? For
.months 1 doVtQred itb,ut
tb no avail. . Then it began
at ner noe asu ner eyes
were nothing buy sores I
hdd to keep her m a dark
room for two weeks. The
doctor did no pood, so, I
stopped hiai coming.
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that. In a week there was a marked im
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