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HANLON GETS THE DECISION OF BOUT SFTER TWENTY ROUNDS OF FAST BOXING, -IE IS DECLARED YANGER'S BETTER. CHICAGO BOY THE CLEVERER -e Looks Little the Worse for Wear After the Fight, Whild 'HInlon Is Badly Beaten Up. flY ASSO(:IATD PRESS. M*echanics' Pavilion, San Francisco, Sept. 3o.-Eddie Hanlon of this city received last night a decision over Benny Yanger of Chicago after so rounds of furious fighting. Incidentally the spectators were treated to an exhibition of gameness on the part of Yanger such as is seldom wit messed in the prize ring. It was a great battle in which Hanlon for the first time abandoned his crouch. At the beginning of the sixth round he stood up and fought without his crouch. Prior to that and up to the ninth Yanger had somewhat the better of it on points. lie reached Hanlon time and again without a return and Hanlon, coming in, punished the slasher severely with his right. Han Ion, up to this period, showed no advan tage. This was the first round which could be ldecisively called a Hanlon round. Front this time on to the 16th he held his own. In this round he knocked his opponent down with a right hook on the jaw and seemed to have Yanger at his mercy. By hanging on Yanger managed to last through the round, although Hanlon tried desperately to land a knockout punch. During the 7,th, 18th and ugth Yanger seemed to have recovered from the dis astrous r6th. In the last minute of the aoth round he was again floored with a right and left hook on the jaw and it looked as if the call of time saved hinm from a knockout. Yanger fought with the greatest game ness and proved much the cleverer of the two, notwithstanding that Hanlon showed mnuch improvement. There was never one asoment's rest during the whole of the fight. Hanlon was always after his man and gave him but little respite. The decision of the referee was well re ceived, though Hertz, Yanger's mIlaager, thought he should have had a draw, as he claimed his protege had the better of it in the greater number of rounds. Yanger on leaving the ring was cheered by the crowd, even by the admirers of lanlon. Hanlon's face looked consi.derally bruised and showed plainly the handiwork of Yanger. Yanger looked little the worse eor wear. He said: "The referee has declared Hanlon the winner. That settles it. I hLave nothing to say." MEN, WAKE UP! Nervousness, Exhausted or Debillated Nerve Force From Any Cause. Restored to Their Normal Condition By Static Electricity and My Special Tonic Treatment There is a popular impression that specialists' fees are exorbitant. If .such be true, I wish to state that it is not applicable to me. On the con trary, my very large practice and unusual facilities for treating men enable me to offer the very best treatment inexpensively. Fair fees and Permanent Cures Every fee I ask is a fair one-absolutely fair. The fact that I cure my patients and cure them soundly and permanently doesn't add to the cost of my services. You pay me for thoroughly safe, reliable and scientific treatment just about what the average specialist asks for the other kind, and payments can be arranged to suit your convenience. My practice id large. It is the largest of its kind anywhere in the West. It has grown to be the largest through exceptional ability and absolute fairness in treat ment. BLOOD On account of Its frightful hideousness, Blood Poisoning Is commonly called the King of all Diseases. It may be either hereditary or contracted. Once the system is taitned with it, the disease may manifest itself in the form of Sorofula, Eczema, Rheumatic Pains, Stiff or Swollen Joints, Erup tions or Copper Colored Spots on the Face or Body, little Ulcers in the Mouth or on the Tongue, Sore Throat, Swollen Tonsils, Falling out' of the Hair or Eyebrows, and finally a Leprous-like Decay of the Flesh and Bones. If you have any of these or similar symptoms, call immediately. My treatment Is practically the result of life work. It contains no dangerous drug or in Jurious medicines of any kind. It goes to the very bottom of the disease and forces out every particle of impurity. Soon every sigs: and symptom disappears completely and forever. The blood, the tissue, the flesh, the bones and the whole system are cleansed, purified and restored to per fect health and the patient prepared anew for the duties and pleasures of life. SREADER IF YOU ARE AFFLICTED WITH ANY CHRONIC, NERVOUS OR PRIVATE DISEASE AND WISH A QUICK CURE, CAREFULLY CONSIDER THE ABOVE FACTS, AND CONSULT THE DOCTOR BEFORE TAKING TREATMENT ELSEWHERE. Consultation Free DR. NORCROSS Corner Rooms 9-1o-is, Owsley Block, Butte. BUTTE HAS WONi ANOTHER PENNANT LITTLE CHANCE FOR SPOKANE TO CATCH THE MINERS AT THIS TIME. ' CHANCES FOR NEXT SEASON Wilmot Will Have a Fine Team to Start With and Will Strengthen It in Several Places. Butte has the pennant cinched. There are four more games to play, but if Spo kane should win everyone and Butte should lose the remaining contests, the pennant would still come here. But, judging from the opening game at Seattle yesterday, Spokane is up against the real thing in the last series of the season. Then, too, Butte is pretty sure of breaking even on the next four gamnes with Salt Lake. Second Pennant. This is the second time that Butte has won the blue streamer and the fans are wondering how long the team can keep up the good work. Butte has a splendid start for a win ning teamt for next year, and it is certain as strong a bunch as this season will be put in the field. Wilmot will strengthen in several places, but it will be about the same as this year. To win a pennant a baseball team must be what is known as a good road team. It must be able to win at least half of the games away fromt home. This quality is what won the pen nant for Pittsburg this year and for Boston. Had L.os Angeles stayed in the league until the finish Iutte would have had a closer run. Doubtless it would have necessitated getting two extra pitchers and att infielder. Los Angeles as a road team was fully as good as Butte, or a little better. After the first games of the season the Angels were on the road all of the time until the end came. It is expected tnat McCloskey will as semble a strong hand of players at Salt Lake for next season and that lie will give Butte a hard battle. At the beginning of the season Butte gave McCloskey four of its star men to build up the league in California. This was done out of pure patriotism and Butte went to work getting another pennant winning hiunch. It has not yet been decided what teams shall comprise the Pacific National league for next year. If the Coast league should withdraw from the Northwest, Tacoma, Portland, Spokane, Seattle, Butte and Salt Lake will doubtless be the towns. But the Coast management says it has no intention of surrendering an inch of territory. If this is adhered to the light of the Pacific National will be confined to Seattle and Vancouver and Ogden may possibly be substituted for Portland and Tacorna. REAT F1R0DIN BY BOTH TEAMS MINERS AND ELDERS PUT UP TEN INNINGS OF FAST .B ALL IN SALT LAKE. BUTTE FINALLY BATS IT OUT Champions Win, While Spokane Loses to Seattle-Baseball Results of Yesterday Over America. Salt I.ake. Sept, o. -The Miners an:l El'der putt up one of the greatest fielding games seen here this year. For so innings the player handled everything that was offered witlhout an error. Wiggs and IRoach were both a little wild. Iltltte scored the winning run it the tenti inning on a two bagger by Shafller, a nnerifice and a wild pitch. Score: It II E Suit Iake. a o oa o a a o0 a Iltte...... o a o o o 0 o 0 o o I t 0 lnatterices--W\iggs and lalttsen; Roach and Andersoun. Umpire-Colgan. Spokane Loses. Senatle. Sept. jo.--lickey was in line form and held Spokane down to two singles, one of them being a scratch. Seattle hit Shlgle hard. making tj Iit, six of thent hIing doubles alnd one a I threethgger. lopI( waa: hurt and had ragged. .Score: It t11 Seattle....... o s o 2 o I 3 x 9 i3 1 Spokane....... o a n o 0 a o -:i 2 4 Ilatterie-lIlickey and Sta:nly; Slagle anld alnlln.llth HOW THEY STAND Pacific National League. Played. Won. Lot. 1P.(i. Ilittle............. 4.. 93 59 .5.I4 Spokine................. 143 78 6i .515 Seattle............. 14= 75 67 .5:3 Salt Lake............ 79 3, 47 .4'05 American League. P'layed. W\on. Lost. '.('t. Iloson............... 8 it 47 .6(n I'llhiladelpt lia......... 135 75 6a .555 New York............ LJ 7J 6. .537 'levelac nd............ 14o 75 63, ..9 )Detrit ............... 136 66 70' .44. St. Iottis............ 't3 63 74 .467 'hicago.............. 117 6t 76 .445 Washington......... 137 43 94 .314 AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia, P'a., Sept. 3o.-The Amerienn league seasonll clotsed here with a oittinilg bitr. Ileue. alnttager Mack tried noie of his new sIen. l.ajoic retired in the sixth inning. The score: it II 1i (le'v'lnn, ............................. 7 7 I lh .iladc phi.t ........................... 5 i1 3 SIDE LIGHTS ON THE DAY'S SPORT NEWS Football teams all over the state are now doing actual practice at the game. Most of the teams have tinished the pre liminary training and are getting downi to hard, grueling work. At Missoula the State University team under the direction of II. 11. (.'nilbear is showing surprising strength. The Mis soula team has recently received a lot of new football apparatus. (;aines with Blutte teams will be ar ranged in the near future. Salt Lake sent 3,000 persons out to see the game last Sunday. It was the l:rgest attendance of the season so far. They say down there that if the Salt I.ake team had a team well up in the precentage column the attendance would be doubled, andi that if they had a pennant-winning aggrega tion-hully gee! "Buck" Weaver is endeavoring to as scmble a bunch of Pacilic National play ers to take a trip through Colorado. It is purposed to play at Dienver, Puebllo, Colorado Springs and several other towns. In the official averages of the Northern league players, just issued by President I.axdal, Iloffmeister of the Crookston, Minn., team leads the batters. Ilis per centage is .327. In team work Winnipeg led both in batting and fieldling. This is the league from which our pitcher, Bandelin, was recruited. Last year liandelin led the Northern league in batting. This year he will stand up well in the list of the Pacific National league. Since Champion James Fitzgerald went to San Francisco that city has taken a great liking to the good old Irish game of handball. Among the handball events for the winter is scheduled a match between Fitzgerald and Michael Egan. The con test will be for the world's amateur chaum pionship. A few years ago Fitzgerald played in Butte. There were a number of crack players here at that time and he was given a good argument, although no one de feated him. This year the game has died out in popularity, but it is planned to reopen a number of courts next spring. "Sporting Editor-Did George Gardner ever knock out Joe Walcott ?-Frank Dunn." No, Walcott was never knocked out by George Gardner. Walcott won from Gardner September a27 at San Francisco in loor. The fight went 3o rounds. April aS, rgo2. Walcott lost to Gardner in o2 rounds at San Francisco. There was no knockout in either battle. D. E. Dugdale, the heavyweight man ager of the Seattle ball team, says the next season will see quite a change in the prices paid for some of the players. "No club can pay the salaries the minor clubs have paid for all their men and live through many years," says Dugdale. "We have been carrying some lobsters on sal aries that good men get and next year it will be different. With the end of the war the salaries paid to any player will be cut down. I do not mean by this that a good man will not get his money; but any player demanded a high salary this year, If a man is good he will get just as much next year as he does this. The management does not lose, but the run of ordinary players will have to come down. "We have been playing good ball over In Seattle. Since Hulen was released we have done well, which shows where the tqen are. Hulen is a good player, but a man must be able to run his own business or step out. That is the reason Hulent •Cigar Smoker's Protection The band on Cremo cigars is to protect the smoker. It stands for reputation; for quality.; uniformity and cleanliness. It stauds for a cigar not ashamed of its) identity. Sc Cigars The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World. THE SAND IS THE SMOKEs'S PNOTECTION. Mr BA R bank, ai n nCllahan. New York Wins. New Y,,rk. Sept. .o. (Grifith'', New York ttlal wild pil ttlhe Ailnr'itvLan Ilaitie 0t.1 , htl'e fignt another virlory Isvmr Iltutet. lI . lau.d hl;net Kanl freely while tlii'e . ib., + got Iutlt :.i. I:1t,. score: I II I Nt. ', ............................ .. In... 4 1)1"n . .... ..... . ........................ . ·ilta'ere, 'uttmann. Alhkins mnd hanrky; PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Ragged Work. nilt li'rintiim. Sept. ,*1. \Ifllhy' Ana'lg li:I little diliciully iit l iIt .i lely Ill 1y t ' ftii tn. of I.ind.ay. The gaI w.1 , .. lolvy plu.'l tutl the liicling in blth ilk'h wa, ra. ',. '1. ;ctiore: If II If I .. Alilifi.. I t I S. I n I I 7 I f ' ti , ....... ii0 to ii to il ii o 1 It 4 1! itvi ,l-,;- ray and S1ie.; I.imid ,ay awl Bunched on Fitz. 1'li nl.l , (Ire., Sept. ...--I'rItanl, won the go i'i' by hunching five singlh oill Iollgerlb, III the fifth inning. Ithlhr kept Ihe. hits well nctell,,r.I and Ia perfevtl iupp rt.. itagrrabl mnli ah, hIllu rll n. Score: I1 II 1I. P',lllnmn ...... nI 0 oaI 5 n o x 6 q9 - Sn i.o0 .tol.. i i li .0 1 .1 q 4 oIiil i"i' - -I it.zgeral d i : tll th6h111 ; iilutlhr 1and .lil. I plllire ILevy. was released. WVe are strotter thatn for nvrly and all tIhe men are working to gethllr. " l he towns that are to he in'the heague next ,"ir have not yet l)('in selected. hnit Pr'-ident .ueas has bent loolking over the lielI s that we can nake a wise selection. ih lri visitd the to wns of llVancouve'r anal Vi lt,,ria and will he able to report ,hi thijt at our next Illeetitg." Arthur IHilhebrand, who pitched for Loa Angeles in the 'acilie National teague, ithas ritrintel to Princetlon college, where lie ill iet ill the apaclit y ol f head cll atl(' for the football team. Ilillehrani was graihuated from Princlleton it n U u. I 'lehs there is a great chainge frou lite pres-ent iprilgralt Stattle will have two te;llns ag;titn next seasoli. I)tltdale say.; that he dhes not propose to quit the busi tie-, bIeet se aL othet r tleal is i the lichl; the other side has insisted all along that it i, there to Slay. And the-re y)u are. Neither side is inclined to budge anlt inch, yet retalizing all the tiile that Sealttle is not large etlnough to .s.ipport two clubs. The fans are tired of the war, antd just as -ttre as it is kept tiup the gam,. will sooi 1ie numbered aongllll tie dtcntd itnes in tlttle. 'int re is only one lte(a in the Pacific Co:It league that is really string it thet pitchinu dlpartotent, anti that onle is Lous An. i, I s h, ich has turbtett, Newiton, Ilall, Whl r I, l)ritkwater and Gray. This is a ,tailf that wiould win its share of the galt , in the National leagtue or the Anerican league. All thte other teams couldI hie more' pitchler,. Suin lranctisci, O;iklud, Polrtland, Seattle and tSara niltio coul suipply work for to first-class twirlers if they cohil be had. A slide oni bicycle roller skates down a steep pair of steel cables suisptended in mid tir is the latest sensatititonal fealt of the dare-ilevil perfiormners. With a cer tain fa-cinatitn for triek that mrean life or death in the accoimplishmletnt, Franlcis I:. Iherr, the long-distance ritnnert, has invented ti e new device on which lie has successfully accomplished the trick. The feat as performed by Ilerr is a most dan ger.us lone. Tlhe slide is made fromt a platform placed 5so feet above the ground. To the floor of the platformn are fastened twoi heavy cables two feet apart. They run almuiost to the grounld at a very sharp angle, At the end of the cable is placed a nit into which the daring performer makes a flying leap after turning a com plete somersault. The least swerving of lierr in perform ing the feat, or the slightest mistake once the journey is begun, would plunge the perforter to the ground head foreumotst, probably causing instant death. There are no guides or net to protect hint along his mtad plunge. last week hlerr first performed the feat at his home at Rockaway leach. lie fit ted the apparatus up, and assisted by his brother and father, who are athletes, made the plunge without the slightest mishap. He has done the act many times since. The apparatus is a skeleton of wire work and gives the impression of not being sub stantial enough to hold the performer. ,At the beginding there are two guide ropes to permit Herr to secure his bal ance before making the start, Placing the wheels of the skates on the cables he lets go of his hold at the signal and the sen sational journey is on. In less time than it takes to tell it, Herr shoots down the 1,000 Reward ''The Il~itto le:Itric Ra1hilwivy cotnalmny will ºpay the sum4Ill of $1,000 for cvilhnce o 3O convict the party who dynlnimitled one of its cars on thu (;arden lin. on the evening of Sept. 17, 1t):.3 o1. . WI IA lT()ON, Mamngor. A COMPLETE STOCK Guns, Rifles and Afmmunition Your Patronage Solicited. Hardware 1Anaconda eopper Department Mining Co. Butte, Montana silit'i it'liiir with fill- r:apiity of oii ex press train. lihe trill i, iiali illi a Iw OPENING OF THE RACES ON MISSOULA TRACK S I1'.l t IA 'if) 1 lI . IN'l lst Ml tils ".t T IN, Mi ,ssoula, Stpill. .1,- A iplrl lidl c;*d ;nall ideal w JtiI i:r made i lit i lningl; daly it tlile rtac tiack all thal:it h Iwh ,. wi.d ld fi.r. ''lh( fe:. IIire of I l , day'; , llsportl .1 Il.t vit ry of t(ile I;rwn I's . ill of .\' n: m a in the, r fla. I lr l p:re. Jil lu.k Itht ' lfirt , Ihir l anld fourth hIealts, |1askintlg tlw ftr ,lst mIile ill .':16, 'lhik lime wati e, t ihl, hy t, t y J, 4. 1 , :,',, wh6, h hk the s.e ald heat, ';l it" he uninll r:ty of the day's races it :a' follow.: first race, :4 . tr lt, Ip re $:" Io iay i a,l .r., (I 'ave lh ,yd, AnacondaI , l , 1, t, ; J,).sa (ig iforge C ipp, Ih tl ire), ., 3, ., 3; ,lavina (I. Il. llMoore, Itutt), , 2, .I , J. Time, -::ss , .:ltS *:46V and -':1.. Seontl rrel, free-fr-ll ithi p nce, lprse $,10-. (;fnaymta (J.,seph 1.utey, Jlmtu ), , , I. 4. Lorrd ( onsidine (.;t.orge lVarme t) 3, 3, ., 3; Jib ( ile, Browneill, As cll, ri l, ), ,I, 1, l t; Ioby If. 1". G. Iliggin+, Missmalda), 4, 4, a, J. Third race., e narter mule dItl|h, plar',e $,o - Ilfarny weni won, ('aptait lKidd ,secon, ItuTI I i.t ', third. 'lite, :-.. Ieu S jq irrel al..o r l" unh race, seven furlongs, pur"e $t1o " 'hneu Wntwl. lwainsnll lo sondl't, Ncauall Ih'd. 'ilmlel, I :4j. Paraguay also ral'. M'CUMBER CHARGED WITH PASSING PHONIES F. '. Mc'umber is lodged in tihe city jail charged with having tried to pass a queer $5 lill on Rose Mason, a resident of the redlighti district. Iose refused to take l the ill and notified the police. (llicers, Iorlurs and Kelly arrested Mc. ( tul er n ti illiser's Terrace, 'IThe notes utTerned were the same us those passed ill Ilutte about thlree weeks ago oun the "State thantk of New Brunswick, N. J." It is thought by the police that Mc(oumher is one of the four mtetn who have operatledl I naeconda, Ilelena atid (;reat ills. SAYS HIS LIFE IS IN DANGER George Thompson Swears to Warrants for Van Wart and Clifton. The county attorney's office has been ap wealed to by George Thompsotn to protect hint fraom Steve Van Wart and William Clifton, anid requested that a peace bond be provided for them. 'Thompson Is a rancher, lie filed an oafidavit specifying the charges, including threats to kill him. A warrant was issuted out of Justice )O'Con. nor's court for the arrest of the parties. They reside in BIutte. Work Resumed on Gem. Work has been resttnmed on the Gem mine, which has been suspended for several months. The property Is utnder lease and bond to I1. L. Frank. About to men are at work unwatering the mine, and as soon as this is done sitnking will be started. IN GOLF IOURN AMEI FIRST PLAY ON THE LINKS WHERE THE NATIONAL CHAMPION SHIP IS THE STAKE. bY As,',S A'Ia lD 11 i.taSS. 1'healton, III., SuI)l . i'. A coldI bri',k wind flont the Ve"st with sho'wers made gallint. c lnditiamtn anythitin ibut ideal when the first ound at aiatch play ill tlhe wa o n's na', tionalt I htmntpitnshitp wa. called at hie'teutonl this alllllrnai g. The first nand second rounds tat nlltcll play, st holes 'each, were chedutltled for today. (in firta dislayled, m1sitt of the Ia.lter pitanyern were expected to winll their gamest in this lmoairninllg's play. 'hitsin laftaernoon some saharpl strulgl4hl' were lookedI (f.r, howevear. Mis Ith.ie AnlthLny, thie W\te.tlrn chant. lpion, andl Mrs. It, II. larluw ofl the Merin Cricket club, who made thlie secand lowest medal satore yts.lrdaly, were fuolltwd by .a fair sized gallery lthi morning. Ihe winner ii this mttlatch will have to play the witnner ut the Mies ix Iliddtlle maunch this afteranoon, a natch thal will hive con.ilderable bearing oli the chtaa lp',m nl hilp. iPlay begacn Iramptly at ,o o'clock. At the ninth late iMr,. C. l.. Derring was 7 up oan Miss Iliggitrn . Miss Coldlins of St. l.ouiat and lMis Frances Grisrom, Merion Cricket club, were all squatre. Miss Os(good of Birookline was 7 tlp on Miiss Elizabeth 'Young of Caltumet. Misst licaic Anthony was a utp un Mrs. ltart low. Mrs. ('ale, Foax and Mli lis liddle were all nluare,. Mrs. IHerring won front Miis IiIg. cins at the thilrteenth hole, 7 up and 5 to play. Mliss (.sgood beat Miss Young t up, 7 to play. Miss Ilesic Antlhony made a runaway galte of her match with IMrs. Ilarlow after the turn and won, 6 up, 4 to play, lier medal sctre Koing out was 46. Mrs. Caleb Fox heat Miss L. Bliddle, 3 tp, a to play. Miss E. Collins, St. Louis, beat Miss Irancca (Griscom, Mecrion club, a til, I to play, Miss tGe arglian Ilishop, llruoklawn, beat Mrs. L. McNair, St, I.ouiaa, 8 tup, 7 to play, Miss J. S. Spence, Merion, beat Miss Katherine Moullon, Minnekahda, 7 up, s to play. Miss E1. RIubcrtson, (lenview, beat Mrs. '. Manchester, .;lenview, alp, 4 to play. Miss I.. A. Wells, Brooklinc, bent Minss Elliot I(oters, Edgeworth, 6 up, 5 to play. MOSE LINZ FAILS TO BITE A SECOND TIME Mose Linz, the pawnbroker at ao South Main street, had a nice little surprise package worked off on him about a week ago, and $as was the bill. Yesterday the same party had another present for Mose, but by this time Mlose was wide awake and the sure-thing marp is in Jail. The first time Mose was busy anld when Tom Yoy handed out a fine specimcn of gold bear ing quartz, and as Tom claimed lihe was In a hurry, Mose gave him the $as, being willing to take a chance. But yesterday, when another specimen, not quite so fine, was offered to him, Mose had lots of time, and a thorough examination was made of the gold rock, with the result that Detective Murphy was cally and the alleged bunco artist was arrested.