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REVI[W Of 0Imr W[EK IN Ifli WORLD Of SPORT NASII[D UP
THIS LITTLE TOT IS GOING TO BE A STAR OPERA SINGER SOME DAY WINSOME BABY ETHEL IN THREE OF HER BEST POSES. A - Tiny Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dal Hawkins Who Possesses a Contralto Voice of Wonderful Depth and Power and Who Is to Make Her Debut for the Season With "McCarthy's Mishaps" at the Broadway Tonight. . 1 a i 31ii, a il I itiI at iij I, tiiil I:wl. " Srotlt~u l ilt' C toll ntry. IT h ,tr. ', lttllt. :1 In ltlt 1e'r iif .l~h lter, oho Cui w:lhil, 101 li:lw kin.ll l;ut th rlit i- J' ,1 a ,lht.r lfighter in thi country sitilt jus,: such a l ,nthtr 1 ;h iy dauglhter as litth Iihl I h I;la kl :.. .\, , lJack Grimf t the re in't maller , baby in amly ,Ealte Man d jusIs iWan tted tiny In:liI t h, ,I l t e Il.ct 'r , : a lcontl:t':y ihi. sketch. lIahy ' thel i. rll'.il. t s l t'rak, th ,hp li t' will har .lly 11cceit thi, ,Ihll itij, n 1.f het wonde, rful tah l't , 1n ,uhl UI ' pt tlyt prI. fcr tihe illa(nlt I .lpr , h' iirs. hh Jt r l his litit, s i-s ,ith : ir ii h ily SPOKANE TEAM IS AFTER A NEW PLAYING MANAGER Jack Grim, the Pre.:nt Manager, Has Not Given Satisfaction andi an Eastern Man Is Wanted. I|.t, ,. 1.tt i i u Sil1 ti . l l .l kan , h -ehac !l tluh i ill in ,,1,:, l:, h : .'.' new u' la.i, i ll., n:mn; el'. <lol t, a:ul afl nl , that ncgoltiatith , arc n ,' n IIn .,,;. ii.hich. if hron;ltht to a mttccs ful 1' . u trill ' u l in lilt' etntagt lelnt of :u1 I',;Ip ' l I nIsr i I' that inlpo ':rtin l 1'nu tiul 01h I l l'ca al ^ l lack 1 ; il. 1..it , hits 1 lt ' tih le it, this year hIi. not w- s thn ' ,' " t .f faction a": l it i; a w,,r ll hI,: l e,: t tlult his control 1'f tht, 1,1n .t is ;h . li t 111',,,1 ,,f the best am l it i,, ,.I t:., :?,, I thatt It h lh s lust m ally op putlltlt t ,ii i, Str I truc th i ii .d the tc.am. 1i1 is nlt p Ulop r wtilth Ih, players . n+ , d i, . t ,:un c:Hn Ihly ;,, .I 1,lc hall unle,. there is, ahb ,ute h tal, v w ithill its r',ln s. Camping THEIR Partie ENTS Parties WAGONS SHEETS Harness, Saddles, Etc. ALEXANDER MACAULAY 112 So. Main Street Duck Grounds Great hunting grotuils at II. Vet:uiores ranch at the Red Rock Iakcs. Boats atd board furnished. W\'rite for particulars. H. WETMORE, Lake View, ,Montania, via ,tlonida. I EXCLUSIVELY Baseball, Athletic foods Fishlng Tackle, Fire Arms, Ammunition Carl Eg el Writ. r Price.r Ci-a e West Park lenu, i;pose~e ofa rich, conitralto aml ha; ýii ilt itit :ihility' ft you! nlll uosve :11 the ii Ilrl utt lr Of thu 1114. ('UI~ 11109 wihe i d. ttiJi·ly knn ii in thii tlhcatrics ii rl lI ai i ; much smu 1ht fur by theat ric matiacro. it, l ivic sh t. ian signed i v i i Mtcie irtitys a Iiiytrh;p b Cap pan aii i hill .pp'i.iar m a specic aity hurt at tia i'nrmmm mau theater. It' .smlgingis , a greamt mittractiun annt th im mtmmm;vim mim In ihere that in her thin) tin h s tmil, IK mci his icat trained [bm jI iui mtimt ituh mii tinctress well knownt mmi1m tiii c mil h ico t. FOOTBALL TALK IS NOW IN THE WIND BIG EASTERN COLLEGES BURY SEN TIMENT AND GO AFTER THE BLSiT PLAYERS IN THE FIELD. \ i 1 V ' . \.:illg ,I thi e .' m ' ii r sp rltl , f ,th ali i, I :, in.ih h tl ' i.l.it.ill im ,iderablet ittt nti.i. \\ Ii tl Ii. ',litlw tol II, ('' rll nli the c llch ia:, for it II s.11.t a settled fae ! thii t Yale. I'<ai ,. ",ii.t :i ri - t l til' iI 1i;l .Ii. Iii, ill not mei tt 1 hll , lu'sv i, iui it t'',i . I a.i i least, the cYl'r.ut .le tt" I,.'l. , n .It;,. Era lu tlc:, of eil cvr i l pr.e pl' i illlt l- sl. s Illur nishih - a lit lt untc ry ..o-,il. fur thl. f)l :Mi1e ii l hIIi ii je w- thi f;luor tIhfir the cull i ' ee, ti it is ti r b aii depl rc iid tih;:t the I, telc.l lh,' hi" I .iv. ,.11111 i to tli lspit lnlt Ihl: L tI it- ll" t ic it. ' l it to sliw h i-t ~ lii .tli l t it c l. n . a'. il,.r l lla primis inr, platy, r ;. r,",'1, 1. It Inh hb 111 ptuh li,,be l the t I':il tait li;tirdi,:,r olf the n'ii v itv I'of ie li' lv n; i;, I , thall team , is is l'siil!e e r to .lulte istr lit i lr t ihat ou t Shevli . l,rgiil tn lu n i, ver tir or if Islit School, \t ill ent "r I'll tno It t;llin i this fail. Siuiihn hui l ty i allte ros I, rclrlo r fr tsc hools. .-' ; oi ind hamtier. Ili i, nul. , 11 1i1y anii will take up the i(. pou.nti h:inmner this fall and i :ll iid i ct to ttretk withl rucds wisthin a yler ndr tIw a. ew York has stcorli footlball player, vweigh. 11u pounds and i, of tl.lly acd ati enils all suftt. cit th meitr ite i nts of i u.lunilta ad Princer miation fr'um no tlss a s.,nrce than ('au' tain 'haile in I nllsylfv a lafaytte, thtI.e Shevlin Kais pasd his intralce exam:ina tion and has heCn dccihured eligible by the hihlty of other lulleg f all teamn. Shevlin is regarded as :l "great ind" at Vale al. is expected to Isake trouu.ble for the vet er:lu. fromu the st:urt to retain the poshtion of tackle,. IEac'h ,f the hie universities is sur rutidd by numerous prrqptratory schools. New England is dotted with such institu tions, which would supply the demaud of Yale and IHavard. New York has scores of schools and academies all sufficient to meet the wants of Columbia and Prince ton, while in Pennsylvania, Lafayette Le high and other colleges of lesser note will be inthe field. ,a i 1t WHITE AND PERHAM BOWL 000GD SCOR[S HIGH SCORES AND GOOD AVERAGES IN LAST NIGHT'S GAMES AT THE THORNTON ALLEYS. luret gi.oI scores wrre rolled last night in tithe Ilrth gamnie of the series being hplayd in the City ILeague Blowling leaIuC at tihe Thornton alleys. The highest :cm e I:o t night were made by White : Id I'crhl i and both players greatly in crcasad their chances fr hbeing members ,f th l hc:t to.it that is to moect tbe cri'ck /. AIl-Atiricii team. "lhe' high score i.of the night was made by I'Prhani, who howle.d 22, this Ueing within two pins of the high score of tht :.ri. -- l-which was made by Shechan h,.t T'ues ay night. Following are the :ceres atil averages made last night: Aver \Vhlite .. ....i18 2(15 194 174 190 'Il s .......i X8 152 210 8o Taylie .......x55 146 a21 2o0 17814 flack . .. . . .159 164 m65 t660 Alisevich ..... .,, 142 s 59 165 16t WRESTLER HAGSTROM GONE Departs for His Home in Sweden Where He Will Give Wrestling Lessons. Andrew liagnstroi, thi e clever catch-as i catch-cai wrestler who threw Axle Peter soni in a match contest on the flats last Sunday night, left Butte yesterday for his old hoIIe in Sweden. Htlagstrot intend tl instruct his countrytmen in Stockhinr in the art of wrestling. Hooray for Kentucky Horses. f Kentucky horse owners and turf fol 5 lowers are rejoicing these days. In the 2 great Futurity race last Saturday Ken - tucky horses ratt one, two, three, and a LexingtonI, Ky., jockey piloted the winner. e Savable was broken and trained as a year: ling at the Kentucky association track MARE HAS HEAVY MOUSTACHE Bearded Phenomenon Creates Sensation in Chicago-Owner to Take the Mare to San Francisco--Sporting Gossip. Chicago boasts of a horse with a mous tache, or rather a mare with a moustache. Her name is Myra II., and she is the prop erty of F. A. King of Clinton, Ill. The other day Myra created a mihi, sensation as she high-stelpped it down the boulevard, and the people stopped to gaze in open mouthed anlazement at this creature with the moustache. Veterinary surgeons pro tl0unce cardted Myra a phenomenon. On her upper lip is a long, black moustache, not a spare thing made utp of a few stray hairs, but a luxuriant growth. When left alone it droops gracefully over her mouth and gets in her way when she eats. Myra is coal black all over with the exception of a single white star on her forehead, a strong, straight limbed, beauti fully formed animal, and altogether a splendid specimen of horseflesh. Mr. King took the mare to Chicago to have two prominent veterinary surgeons examine her and if possible account for the growth. From Chicago Mr. King will take her to San Francisco for the winter. "Myra was mny mother's pet. Mother died recently. I would ntot part with .dyra for a fortune," Mr. King says. "Museunl managers have fairly haunted my footsteps, all anxious to buy or lease her. "Many surprisingly large offers have been made, but I would accept none of them. As long as I have money enough to keep her well fed, west housed andt well cared for Myra and I shath not le parted." Thle Chicago veterinary surgeons who have seen the marc are at a loss to account for her moust'iche. The only theory they have advanced that Mr. King says is at all reaTsonable is one of pre- ati: influenctes." "I am inclined to believe there is sonmic thitng in it," says her owner. "'The doctors argue that when Myra's nothcer was ill foal sonie manu with a heavy black mloutistache frightened her. This, they say, had its effect oil the tunlhorni cult. "It's a fact that the hostler who took care u. Queen Myra, the mother of my mare, did have a heavy black moustache, but I doubt very muich if he ever purposely did anything to itglhten her. "As far as we know lie always scented extraordinariy fond of Queen Myra. Still. wa can't know, of course, how lie treatedl her when we werenl't about to watch himll." So much for the cause. The fact is in disputable. The moustache on lMyra's tipper lip is as tangible as her tail and as much iin evidence. It is six inches long on,either side and heavy. About the Defender. iKlctectation iof ain early challenge froll Great itritain for another internationall yacht race for the America's cup has stirred tup ,speculation inl yachting circles. Much secrecy surrounds the plans for the English cllallenger, and the intentions of the New York Yacht club are shrouded ill mystery. There is talk of a syndicate to buill a new defender, but it is certain that August Belmont and the yachtsImen associated with hin in the ownership of the Constitun tion will take no part in a new craft. They believe that the Constitution canl ihe improved so that it will be much faster than last year. However, it is argued that the club mnay feel itself in duty bound to build still another defender and not trust to,, imnplicitly to the Constitution and Coltmbia, as should the challenger heat either of these, the club might conic in for tuch adverse criticism. HELENA BOY NOW ONE OF YALE'S STAR ATHLETES AND HURDLERS A, S flere are Yale's three great hurdlers. In the center is Eugene Bliss Milburn of Helena, son of Associate Justice George W. Milburn who is visiting his parents in IIelena after his freshman year at Yale. Young Milburn's record at 120 yard and.-2o yard hurdles has probably never been beaten by a freshman at Yale. Last spring lie first came into recognition in the univetrsty athletica by tying the uni There is no lack of patriotism or money in the club, and just as soon as the chal lenge comles to hand vigorous action may be expected. Valuable Bunch of Horse Flesh. It is 1not often that such a bunch of val uable horseflesh faces a starter in one day as there did last Saturday at the Futurity. Ilere's what tile colts and fillies were val ued at: Irish Lad, $50,000; Mizzen, $40,000; Aceful, $.o,ooo; Dalesinan, $4o,ooo; Dazzling, $4o,ooo" Whitechapel, $4e,ooo; Sovereign, $25,000; Skillful, $25,o00; Hurstbourne, $25,ooo; Lord of the Vale, $25,000; Golden Maxim, $25,000ooo; Blue Ribbon, $25,000; Eugenia Burch, $20,ooo ; 'asyne, $20,000; Duster, $20,000;ooo Flying Prince, $2o,ooo; Savable, $20,oo00; -Merry Reel, $2o,ooo; Leipsic, $i5,ooo; Africander, $15,000; Fire Eater, $15,ooo; Mesnmer, $15,000; Sir Vorheis, $i5,ooo; invincible, $15,oo00; Merry Acrobat, $t o,ooo; Royal Sununons, $tSo,ooo; Love Note, $io,ooo; Bcnsonhurst, $0io,ooo; Medal, $o,oooo; Florite. $o,ooo ; Monte Carlo, $i0,0oo. Total estimated value, $690,oo0. Scorchers Pay Fines. Mlillicnaite autontol,ili:,ts wiho will per sist ini scorching must pay the penalty. W\illiami K. Vandlerlcilt was respectfully requested to appcear il police court it New York city the other day and was lined $io and costs for fast driting. Lloyd War ren, W. Watts Sherman. Robert (;oelt, Robert Fulton Cutting. Jr., andl \V. M. IBurden t cre others of the "smart set" that came in for similar attention from the Metropolitan police. If they must scorch they must pay the lines. It's really ; shame to take as much as $o fromn W\illi- Vi.imlerl it. It is likely to break the poor felhlo. Harvard to Have Strong Eleven. lHarvard will have a strollg football eleven ini tlie li ll thi c season if applear atces cotunt for :lmti:. The football mntciageiaI:ent is alceady imackirg lprlara tions for the coiling campaii in. Invita tions hlave been extilndced i, a inumber of the old players to join the team, and it is understoo l that there % ill be several new faces ill the hunch. C:ipl"tin Kernan is trying to get the mtcn tgethler for it lIt1tl preliminary practice cbfore the regu lar college year piiencs. Another Dr;lling Ccntest. I i"crc will ic anioth.er drilling ,cont--t liclt cuiiodda and Davey, the blind drill ers at Colunllcbia t ardc-clns tcmcor,.w after n Two weeks ago the two, meIn drilled in a match acnd tied. 'I he imatch toioiirrow will lie for a purse of $5o and is Cexpectcl ti attract evIen a larger crowd thlian bie fore. IKE HAYES CHALLENGES DUNN Local Colored Heavyweight Offers to Meet Him Within Three Weeks. Ike Hayes, the local colored heavyweight pugilist, has issued a challenge to Frank D)unn. Hlayes has every confidence in his ability to put it all over D)unn and is willing to back up his opinion that he is the better by a side bet of $250 and agrees that the winner take all. He offers to meet Dunn in Butte within three weeks. versity record of a high spring-board jump with 7 feet 9% inches to his credit. He was then made a member of Yale's track team and took first place at 120 yard hurdles in the interclass games; sec ond place in the spring games and third place in the Yale-California meet. At the New York Athletic club meet Milburn won the 1ao-yard hurdle and the same dlay took third place in the 2.o yard hurdle. In the University of Pennsylvania re BIC STAKES FOB 'FRISCO RACING WINTER AND SPRING MEETING WILL SEE MUCH MONEY DISTRIBUTED -BURNS HANDICAP FEATURE. San Francisco, Sept. 6.-The list of stakes to be run at the winter and spring meeting of the New California Jockey club has been made public. Seventeen stakes are on the program running from Novem ber 15, 19o2, to Ap5il 4 of next year, and all of them have added money instead ot the guaranteed value, except the Burns handicap which is guaranteed to bie worth $10,000. The total amount of added money is $37,000. Second on the list is the California fu htrity, with $8,750 added money which will give it a big value. The California Oaks for 3-year-old fillies is to be per petuated, $2,ooo beilng the announced added money. For a-year-olds there are the Gebhardt handicap over the futurity course with $1.750 added, alnd the Bell stakes at five furlongs with the same amounlt of coin - coling from the association. The California derby for 3-year-olds will be runl over the usual distance of a mile and a quarter and will have $2,5oo added money. The balance of the stakes are for all ages. With distance name and added mlolley value they are as follows: Opening handicalp, one mile. $1,500 add ed ; Thanksgiving handicap, mile and a fur long, $2,000 added ; Crocker selling stakes, seven furlongs, $1.500 added ; Christmas handicap, mile and a quarter, $2,500 add ed; New Year's handicap, mile and a fur long, $1,750 addedt; Follansliee handicap, seven furlongs, $1,500 added : l.issa handi cap, mile, $1.500 added : Adam Andrew selling stake, six and a half furlongs, $1,500 added ;,Palace iHotel handicap, mile and a furlong. $1.5oo00 added; Thornton stake, four miles, $2.500 added: Water house cup, two and a quarter miles, $2,5,s. aded. AFRAID TO BOWL * AGAINST LOCALS BUTTE PRINTERS SAY THE ANA CONDA TYPE SETTERS ARE SHOW ING THE YELLOW STREAK. I-- There are printers over in \i,,lrnda who Ilmay be allright in some ways but they canlt bowl a little bit. At least this, 1s what the Butte printers say of them and the Butte printers ought to know. The Inter Mountain bowling ttittn has just sent a challenge to the team repre senting the Anaconda Standard of Ana conda and the latter has refused to ac cept. The Butte lads say the Anacondat l.owlers have much to learn. They declare the Standard team is afraid to meet them for the reason that they met such tutnmerci ful defeat last winter whent the two teamli clashed. At any rate the Anaconda ag gregation has refused to play and the in ference is that are afraid. Wake up boys and accept the challenge! A licking don't hurt occasionally. lay games at Philadelphia last April Mil. burn made a wonderful showing against many of the best inter-collegiate men in the country. He was but scantily de feated by Maloney of the Chicago uni versity in the iao-yard hurdle race. Mla loney's time was r5 3-5. The other two athletes shown in the picture are J. B. Thomas, captain of the Yale track team for 1903, and Eddie Clapp, intercollegiate 1zo and 22o-yard hurdler.