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The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique in its
assemblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER, Traffic Manager. Y. V. R R.. Merced, Cal.
menced last Tuedny morning, Co. 0
belntf the first to e& out. The com
pany lr ft the pot nt 7.30 a in At
? a in a cquad of eight men were
sent out as enemlej. The compan)
was broken up Into platoons, una pin
toon going nlnng the railroad truck
niid tho oilier keeping on the main
road while there wcro men waiter
cil on each Hide of (lie road Keeping
n lookout fur the enemy While
lurching iiIoiik (lie load fiir alioiit
Ihrec nilleH tho uiemy wus Been hid
den hack uf sugar cane. That be
Ins 'tho end" of tho practice march
the platoon stacked, arms and waited
until the oilier platoon catno In slabl
when rfcall was sounded and then
the company was marched bick to
the put. Tho cotiipan nrrhed lit
11:20 p. m being out Just three hour
mid fifty minutes.
Company II was tn take a prartfee
march hut Instead they were drilled
In pitching tents Company K took
thflr practice march Thursday morn
liiK. They lelt In heavy marching or
der at 7 n. in. Upon nrrlval on tho
polo llelds they pitched shelter tents
and commenced their maneuvering,
They Btaycd out nil day.
Since tho departure of Mnjor 8am
uel UunnlnR Captain George 1) Mooro
nnd Captain Charles W. Kxton, the
following changes have been made In
this port. Cnptnln W II. II, Chapman
has been npolntcd commanding ofll-
cer, Klrst I.leutcnant A. II. Pardee
hns been appointed Summary Court.
relieving Captain C; W. Hxton. JOth
Infnntry. First Lieutenant .1. 8. Mc
Clary, llattnllon Adjutant, 20lli infan
tr Is ntturhed to Co. i:, 20th Infan
try for duty. Klrst Lieutenant J. 8.
McClccry hns also been nppolntcd
I'lro Marshal, rcllevliiR Captain Oco
D. Momo, 20th Infnntry. Second
Lieutenant Alexander W. Chilton hns
been attached to Co. (1 for duty.
Relieved from Special Duty,
Tho following named enlisted men
who haye' been on special duty arc
relieved from such duty nnd reported
to their company commanders, l'rlv-
are David Llttlo, Co. H, 20th Infantry,
pnd Amos Peterson, Co. II, 20th In-
I fantry wcro relieved from special duty
in the (uartcrmastcr Department and
I'rlvato Ijirs Sorenson, Co. V, 20th
Infantry nnd William Gordon, Co. II.
20lh Infantry are relloicd from spo
i clal duty In connection with tho tar-
Tho companies of this battalion
have been having swimming drill for
tho last three days. Tho qualification
There have ben n large number that
havu qualified. Thoso 'who have not
qualified v. til get swimming lessons
until they arc able to swim at least
one hundred yards in order to qual
Arrived from States.
Private William Crutrhflcld. Co. II.
20lli Infantry arrived on the trans
port Sherman last Tuesday nfter put
ting n four months' course at tho
rooks and liildTH school, Presidio, Sun
Kriinclscn, Cal. Ho wna the only man
or this jRtKi Unit uirlwd, but on the
next tiauiort there will bo several
ilue to come
'By JAMES J.
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Syndicate, Copyrlcht In Canada auil
ureal Britain. AH rights reserve!..
I QO ON THE STAGE AND THEN OET
UAKK. INTO TUB FIOHTINO GAUIC.
1 DIDN'T do any fighting for over
a year after beating Corbett.
Urady had me busy In the show
business. After the Sharkey
fight Tom and I bud sparred eiery
-night for a week at Koster & Utal's
old place, torn down now-. We were
arrested the first night fur violating
some sort of an anti-boxing law. Man
ny Friend was our lawjer. I retuem
ber that Hilly llrady gut Impatient
o er the legal way of handling the
esse duwn there lu the Jefferson Mar
ket court. lie jumped up, pushed
Manny aside and made a redhut
speech, telling all about ou.- boxing
show. When be was all through the
judge asked, "Are you counsel lu this
biu nov saiu uraay. "I'm no
lawyer. I'm just telling you facts."
"Well," said the Judge, "If you uren't
lawyer you ought to be. Case dis
There wasn't any more trouble this
time. I pluyed a part lu "The Man
From the Went," n big show that Bra
dy fixed up for me. When I bo-.ed
at any theater It was generally with
my brother Jink, and we weren't both
ered. About three months after the Cor
bett fight John I, Sullivan had a big
benefit at Madlou Square Harden, and
I boxed with blm. T'irce half minute
rounds were enough. John had put on
fat after qitlllli.g the gune. I just let
him punch nt me and ducked under his
swings until he wus winded. Sulll
vun made a speech. I didn't.
Kltzsiuinious boxed nu exhibition
with Thome tint hl.-'it Minrl-ev '
HraMF 't I
Utlcn, N. V., July 2. About ten
days ago the Republican Clu' of this
city passed a resolution putting for
ward the iiume of former President
Hoosovclt us a nomlneo tit Clovcrnor
In this State. This resolution was
forwarded to .Mr. ItoosnvuU jiiiio IIUIi,
with a statement as to the character
und standing of the body which
It uppcars that Colonel rtoosevelt
wrote an Immediate reply, hut in
somo manner the letter wm mlsneiit,
and not until a day or two no.it did
tho secretary of tho eluj, Fro J U. Ad
ams, of this city, receive It.
Tho letter Is a ponltlvo and unquali
fied declination of the prnpored hon
or, nnd Is us follows:
"ilny I, through you, rordlulij
thnnk the Itepubllciui Clnb of Oneida
county for Its message of appreciative
good will. Ilcllcve me, 1 appreclnto It,
nnd I trdst you will inako tho elub
understand that I do appreciate 1U.
Hut I also ask that tho club at once
stop any agitation to iav-) me noinln
ntid for Governor. It would bo nn
absolutely impossibility lor mo to ac
cept. "With high regards, sincerely ytmri-,
The St. IjduIs mnn who saya ho has
nover hod to hang on to a Btr'cet car
strap Is probably that fellow who lost
both his arms In n threshing machine.
M ji r . m
Tia' l'AHK THUATL'K
The bill to be offered nt this popular
play house tho coming week proire
Isc3 to be one of the be3t amucement
offerings tho city has had. Miss Kthel
May has completely captivated the
audiences the Inst week by her
dit-rmliift personality, nnd Is roiibld
cred by inuny tho best soprano oloo
I'Ciird here. .Many have tcnmrle, of
Ih'i risk to gifted ii singer ium ihIicii
In rliiKlng Id the open ulr. MPw M.iy,
who is completely captivated with Um
cLuinis of Hawaii, assures tho n.u-i
ai'r that no harm" enn come In ihe
b,vt lolce. In singing In ou.' dellgM
fu dlinate. Minn May, who l..w Just
iftJiiuil from a yen. In Europe, k.iis
Hut in all her tra.nls alio lint hco,i
ni Mich chnrmliiK place as our ',
Inmle Her offerlni' 'or ill. ttrt pi.t
of t'l"' week will Ua ou nf lli.i Lite
sii'i-ei-tes lu the Stales "In tin ( i r
den of .My Heart," und un old-tlnfo
Oco. Gardner will sing "The Skip
pers of St. Ios," nnd ono of the lato
Mr, Sherman Thompson, a local fav
orite with Miss Cecil Desmond, will
glo another of their pleasing conver
sational songs. Mr. Thompson wjll
ns nn extra number, hy popular re
quest, render "Whore tho lliv ir Shan
non Flows," ngaln. .Mr. Carl Wnllnor
and Miss Lily Desmond will ljlvo a
comical Bketch. Messrs. Olbson und
Ibson, who took the house hy storm
in their laughable boxing skeUli on
Saturday ilght, will repeat this num
ber tonight only, as they sail for tho
States on Tuesday, with the best
wishes of nil for their succoih. Tho
picture program will be of nio l'aili's
usual standard, consisting of olio of
the Hlographo Co.'s best dr.imus,
While the usual scenic or Instructs e
films will be "The Ascending of (ho
Jura Mountulns. The management
wishes to express Its appreciation of
tho liberal patronage given Its ulforts
to glto good clean amusement, tho at
tendance for tho last week breaking
all records for the Park.
0TfflNG more will be done in regard to
11 building additions to the Moan:. Hotel ,
until the result of this prohibition a.,,, "in-
is decided. Prohibition is a mistaR: Uw it.j
country and will hurt our prosperity. The
present liquor law is a good one, and is
entitled to the support of the people. Let
them have higher license if they want it. In
my opinion, prohibition is wrong. Tourists
do not want to be tied down by any such
piece of legislation as a prohibition law.
Ihey won't come and that is all there is to it.
let up. .Miss Itockwelf has some very WITT. mMr wpqt Tn
catchy songs and will king some of rioHT TtATTlWtw ttpihq
her own compositions. Olga Steck 1QHT BALDWIN HEIRS
has a new duet with Curleton Chniw, Tin.,i,i. . t-ii- i li it,.
and that requires no comment, b.ie DauB"1" ' ! Ashley to Regin
always sings right Into tho hearts Action for Part of Turfman's
of tho audience, and Chase's voice Estate.
Is an excellent help. Miss Schuyler
will do some of her inimitable 'fuaiu.N, July 3,--lleatrlee Anita
stunts, and Miss Caufleld will play Haldwln of Ilrnoklyn, her mother,
n new mi.o. owing to the excellent Mrs. Lllllnn Ashley Turnbiill, nndi
performances given the last three lier counsel, William T. Coakley,
days of last week, tho houses nre will leave Hoston on Frldny for In
steadily Increasing In size. Sntur- Angeles to begin proceedings foV
day night the place was crowded, one-third of the estate of Lucky
and this week promlsso to "bo the Ilnldwln, tho California millionaire
record week. .tiirfmnu. A Bum estimated ot from
$7,000,000 to S8.000.000 Is tho
BAND CONCERT, Etnlse. Attorney Coakley says that
There will bo n public moonllcht " wl" u0 established that i:ilas J.
band concert this evening nt seven-! Ila,dwln nml Lllllan AMcy were lc'
thirty nt Emma Square. Tho program gall)' lnarrlei1 according to the Call-
g; .iuiiuu muiuie, nun mo woman oe.
March Um-I'a . Ilrown ' "eved liereelf Haldwln's legal wife.
Overturo The Smuggler's Urldo .. "01 Knowing that he hnd n wlfo, and
nohmlwns "ot uivorced at the time she
Intermoxzo The Hall Queen. Vnllstcdt contracted her marrlago agreement;
Selection II Trovntoro Verdltnat Heatrlco was the fruit of that
Vocal Hawaiian songs. Ar. by Uerger niarrlage of Haldwln and Lillian
"Get Me a llaby" Is the new of
fering by the Casino Musical Com
edy Co., and It Is chuck full of
pretty music nnd funny- situations.
Tho company struck n winning gnlt
Itemtnisccnccs of Offenbach.. Cnnradl
Intermezzo In Cupid's Arum.. White
Mnalo North Ueacli Drown
The. Star Spangled Uanner.
WHEN YOUR JOINTS ARE 8TIFF
and muscles sore from cold, rheuma
tism or neuralgia; when you slip,
Rtrnln nr limiiui vnnranir liaa Pnrri-
with "The aenernl's Dilemma," and Davis Painkiller. The homo remedy
tho management does not Intend to 70 years.
Ashley, nnd, therefore, the legal heir
to the Ilnldwln property.
In passing upon Heatrlco Hald
wln's clnlms, the court wilt be nuk
ed to rule upon the legitimacy of
Kocella S. Haldwln, ono of tho heirs
named In the will. Until the read
ing of the Instrument, neither of the
Other recognized daughters, Clara or
Anita, know of the existence of Ito
sella, who Is the wife of an Oakland
From photo taken April IS. M0, ty
American Press Association. '
twecn Iluhllu and me ou Nov. 15. six
vr soun mouths away. We signed up,
Down In my home town, Los Ange
les, tho boys wanted to soc mu In the
nag, for I lmdn t boxed there since
winning the world's champlnuihlp. 80
u match was made with Orillln, the
Mine oiu urimn who had gixen m mj
first- fljtht whon I wai a Heeuteeii-
year-old boy. Wo wero to fight four
I guess my fight with (irlltln was one
of the fuuulest that in er took place In
a ring. I Intended to stop Hank In
four rounds, but 1 couldn't get a
chance to hit htm. I-'rum the moment
we put our bauds up bo kprluted
ouiu-. v.u. , . ..... .n.U,8 In the world. I cT-w,.ted key I looked th-m over, hut they seem- In the fourth I walked slrM.ht at
! . ! '"-' '"''" ",H lr',,m',l f"r " v ' ,0 '" ell arranged, ami. a though him ana kei.t on Wnln 1 t
' .T l' ",'""' "?,' Ur"" N", ,5 ' w" "' " ll""- m heat enough. It was..' nult" r id to lab L ?, 1 .1 ,
.wf.fc Jo Kennedy f . of my llf, srrt when I boxed like a furn.ee. neee.s.J 27. ', Uwl 7"
lug. The cold wind blew on mo, and
I felt chilled before llob left and I
weut to my dressing room.
Two doctors and three rubbers work.
ed over me all night, lu the murulug
I didn't feel much butter, but thought
I'd go to tho hotel and get a good
s'.eep. Joe Maxwell, Ihe singer, aud I
went to breakfast. 1 ordered a lot of
lamb chops, but wheu they came lu I
could only eat one, and thut was a
llttlo oue. That settled It. MuxwV.l
Insisted that thero must be omelhiinr
seriously wrong with me and made
me go to see hli doctor. Tho doctui
ordered me to bed. It wai pnenuionlu.
and, remembering how near pueiimo
nta came to killing me In San I'ran
Cisco, I hustled to my room In tlir
Hotel Mlnot and stayed there hi- -i
dajs until I was all right again. r
Mno months after the Corbett Hull
I was to have met Hubllu for tweul.
rounds in Baengerbuud ball In Clu In
natl, Hilly Delaney took charge or
my training again, and we opened 11
lamp aud started hard work, livery-
inmg was going along fine, and tint
spnrreil (00. I told Twin nlmut meet- whole country was Interested lu the
Mn, liig four rouiut
While In I.
Han rrauclseo, -n four lound Unit, t
ue rouKiit ut tho Itelluuee elub of Oak
111111I 11 weik ufter the Orlilln affair.
Kennedy was a big fellow- of about
my own weight. Ho started on: In
Krlrco by taking a declsloii over Uus
Ituhlln In twenty round. He wn
elecr. After beatlug Iluhllu, Joe
went to New York to inak n cImii
up. The nrst man ho fought was l'o.
ter Maher, und they figured Tetoreasy
for Joe, who was touted a the cow
ing champion. Joe made a show of
Titer fur one round, and lu the sec
ond Peter managed to grt oer Ills fa
mous wallop, nnd Joe turned his too
up toward tho celling until (ho ten
count was finished.
The Ilellaneo Athletic club was
pneked on the night of the'JIIh. When
wo began fighting Kennedy xturted
cleverly and got through the flrkt
round all right, hut lu the rccond I
dropped blm with n strahihl left Ui
the jaw, and bo was ciuuti-d out.
lie.', four round w -'i (irltllu ! Im Around the rlnvr wa liit the w,rt of
.m,jci iih-j- uau s:uu 1 was lat una tt crowd that ou 11111 always find ut
would have h hard time In '"eoiue a world's ihu-iiploimlilp battla There
back" again. We went down to the sut Mujor I'helau of S-in 1'raiiclHeo
oay. 1 ue ini onys work was done lu 1 and Sebiultz, major elect, with all the
the gymnasium of the Itc'ltsuce Alb- big Judge and lawyer mid bindueii
letlecluli, It a n Indie' day lu the men. Hurry Corbett was referee,
gymnasium, but the club gave them The bell rang, nnd the light began.
...b ... imurr m yur tistnwii wiien I match when It went wrong. The may.
went to Kurepe and ho- ,u.- mo or of Cincinnati was In favor of the
..,,., 1! ir'. . C. , fight and had given us assurances that
Oood link to . , .d. "and thered be no Interference. Hut the
.may )ez lick all the (!.h era In the gmcrnor ordered It stopped. An In-
woi Id except me bye Ton." j.mrtlon wa, lssue.1, and the matter
lou lint in t licked um yet." hhM went to rnurf now iip,i ... .1...
court. Hilly llrady was the
principal witness. He told Ihe Judge
how Mr. Itoosevelt, who hud Just been
elected vice preldent, went to the hie
fights In New York and how he litis
reserved boxes for hlin. Thut wn
fact. Mr. Itoosevelt likes 11 pood t,vfti
neiter than anything else Hut nil ih-i
allot her room to exercise In, and al
most all nf them, for that matter, came
in to seo mu work. When that day's
trulnlug was oity I stepped on the
scales lu the dressing room and
weighed Just 2I2H pounds, stripped.
'ihnt Is the lowest fighting weight 1
riimeiuber except the ISM pounds at
which 1 nun tho championship from
Thero was n lot of betting going on.
I wa 11 'J to 1 fatorlte, aud the Ituhlln
money was nil from the east Call
fornlHii were with me.
Ituhlln wax still staying out at Hlank
en's, taking It easy on the last day.
They told me thut he looked lu great
idiape and seemed to be confident of
winning. (lu wn weighing UtrJ iwund
stripped. He was of my Own height.
He had plenty of cleverness. He was
strong. He could take a punch. In
reach he bad a big ndi milage over me.
ha-ilng n stretch of seienty-elght aud
three-fourth Inches, the lougest of nil
the heavy weights.
On the iiioiulus: of the fight I rime
down from my room In the Metronole
In Oakland und found the weather out
side gloomy and wet. That was my
lucky wenther. All my big fights have
been won on wet days. Lute lu the
afternoon Delaney and I went aero
ths bay to Hun rrnuclsco mid had din
ner together ut the Western, where Al
Pmlth was. Then we went to the St.
Nicholas, a big. tiulet hotel, and I slept
for nn hour while wulllng the call to
At flrt we weie lnli pretty cautious.
nun.. 11 luimi-ii giKHi, ngiiMiig ror wi 11 wimui a snowy punch Just a
per cent of the gn(e r (! und 7,"i straight arm and a little bit of 11 hook
,Tom, gi Inning. "I nlu't lUked until
I'm knocked out cold."
Whon winter oiiiiih nlnug I had 0 llt
tlo experleiuo ihit came near putting
me out of the game. Hob I'ltzslmmons
cune uround to one of the theaters
one night tn shake band and bare a
talk. Hob sit In a box until tho show
ruenet.i a stood mere In my t cht After rh mii'r 1,. fi., 1, . ., .............. ...."' "" . imiy neuiney 111111 nxeo iignts for the k ne
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,limUt,!.ffCtl putting on a sweater iTwenll.tl. p.m.. n -. u .- w l-.r. ..... "'"" '"""' 1 "I' "lo irniuin'X lill.ip. ami lu u few.lalllthulf llirued 011. With lilUtt-rluir I tltxt I'd whlii him llimi nnrt Ih.l ih
didn't make anv illirnrHii. .. 'in,. n..i,,
" mu in iiifu i-miit ueninu me 1 was called ofr,
enf'-a atond there In my tight After the mMli
n srniNTED 'AnouNn the nopr.s with Mn Arrr.11 him.
d the ropes, with me after htm ui I uus begluiflug to feel llkt. Ilghthig
", ". ) run iirouuu ine iiguiii now. Hilly Delaney hml fixed
"I'M LL BIOIIT. BUT I'VI OOT COLD
jTi.IT," SAID OL'I.
It doesn't pay to be careless In the
first round with the world's champion
ship at stake. Ous Jabbed me lightly
and stepped Into a clinch. I tapped
him Just as lightly, I began going
nfter htm faster,-and Qus clluched or
ducked under my punches. Tho first
was a tame round.
In the second Qui cut loos ami rot
the ring. I can alwnjs sleep well Jmtl "ome dozen food punches on my
before a fight. That's an li-'' "(ton of Jw aud on the body, but they dldu't
Ituhlln left Illunken's Hlx Ml " Iloue
nt T o'clock and dnne lulo ten 11 with
J'op Hluiikcn aud Hilly Mudden. After
the fight they told a funny storv iiluuit
that ride. When they enme Into the
rlty Pop tinned to tlu and asked him
how he felt. It was raw and cold mid
damp, (lus shhered and siihl, "flee.
I'm all right, but my feet are void!"
"What, already r Hiked Pop.
There wus a great vrnwd ii( tho Pa
vilion that night, sonielhlng like lO.ism
people. Special train had been Coming
In all day long, nud the vltle and Iiiwih
along the coast had scut big iMeiru
neeeissry now was a good opening.
Ituhlln covered his body carefully, and
I popped one over that nearly closed
hi oje and mado him bring bis guard -
up. Then a left lu the stomach beat
him over. I pushsd him back and
walked after blm, whaling away now
and then for bis body. Qus bad such
a funny look on his face that I almost
had to laugh. Ha turned to Corbott
nnd said, "Make him stop cbislng tv''-,
Harry." Madden was In Ituhllu's cor
ner, peering through the ropes with
his eyes popping out, and every time
I Jammed one Into Ttuhlln'i body I
could seo Mudden wince, lie thought
be bad a chance to make a fortune
with Uus, and here was his meal ticket
getting punched full of bolts, ,
There wasn't any footwork or" any.
thing fancy about the fighting now. I
Just waded tn and pumped In lefts
and rlghti wherever there wi a bole
to throw a glove through. Ruhlln't
punches were weak, aud b backed
way steadily. Near the end cf the
round 1 iut In two neavy punches,
and Qua weut down for a long count,
lie got up In time, but was very weak,
aDd the gong sounded Just then. Back
In bis corner Qui told Madden that my
body punches were "tearing the lining
out of him,"
During the rest I told Delaney that I
was going out to wind it up. As loon
as the bell rang I Jumped up and went
right after nuhlln. ne backed away
and blocked my punches at first
Without letting up a second I kept him
going. Now I shifted to bU head
again and reached for his chin, intend-x
lug to make him hold a high guard
that would leave a good opening for
my favorite knockout punch in the
body. Qui caught a fairly bard right
on the chin that tliriw elm against
the rope, and be flopped to the Boor.
When be got up be was stsgcerlna.
hurt,md I kept on walking Into blm. ' r,ne ' tf'ln deliberately Cut v
looking for an opening for the one cut loose with vlld sitings,
punch that, would do business. Uus He knew he was .h!pied and wu
hooked his 'left over against my ejieek taking a "djlng chaueo." I shoed
bone, uud I thought lie-wlncod. After- -' bwk to tho ropes. Gus tried to'01
ward he claimed that he broke two
knuckles with that puueh. I didn't
feel It 111111-11. He tressed his right to
my eje uud Jarred me n little.
Ah soon ns the third round began I
made up my mind that Qua couldn't
il- much more than he'd done already
and that there was no use in wasting
more time. I went right after blm
uiul lltUlr-! my left out, staggered
him wllh 1 hnrd sninsb on the chin.
per rent In the wlnni-r.
in spite nf tin- ruin III-,, nrt In
lino all dny walling for the gallery
doors tn lm thrown open anil the gu.
lery fceal lo lie put ou n.ile, Wlu-n I
at Ihe end of It. (ins fell Into 11 clinch
and held ou hard, I punned him uway
and uppercut with both hand. I
biiiived my left Into his body, aud he
i-oiiiplaliird to Corbett. I kept on
vurae In 1111 hour Iwfore ring time the! whipping my left In, Ituhlln had hard
Km iur me Kiueiofi-ope pu-iure were woik to slick the round out. I knew
Jab me nwoy. Working tho punch, I
i-ieppeo. 111 auu wiupped my left Into
the pit of his stomach. I meant that
for the knockout blow. If Ituhlln
hadn't been ns tough as whalebone the
punch would have finished blm. As It
was It flung him back against the
ropes again, and he stayed on his feet.
I was Just rushing In when the bell
ran. Hilly Madden. I' think, was
throwing up the sponge. Madden and
Denver Ed Jumpul In nnd dragged
Gus to bis corner. 1 turned around,
sat down and looked across the way,
rtublln was doubled over in bis chtbr.
Madden spoke to Martin, and the big
black fellow walked to the middle
the ring and called to narry Corbett:
"We give up," said Martin.
The fight was over. I went acroes ."L ,