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Advanced Its Stock Nov. 20; Again on Dec. 20 and
Will Probably Advance It Again on January 20 There will undoubtedly be another advance on Inland Stations W ireless Telephones *,,'',' lit ti he .Xp elts of lhe' 'nited Wireles or before January 20. -Advances were ordered lby 'I'le'gr:,a l, wlmnny. xoh,o;lr , a, wrking under a the Exeeutive I'ommitt'e, owing to the injreasel The 'nltpany has built inland fromt the Atlan- A word ahout tihe wirelessl t-ele Ipto r Itr'e t that any inventions they bring out are assets of the company and our increacsed income tic- rcoaest until we now have a chain of stations le Ipres'.et li"er th' ter is nvo tri,'rni/xs .clehephone Ihe sol' prtls.ribt of thrle Inited Wireless Tele from conlmercial uI,tsiTu.ess. fromt Ne'w- York through to IJuluth,. Minn. These.' /'irf''lrt Id tol .rtu' thle e rt it c·'n be h srcd to-. graph e'nipany, we have the only system, have stations are'11 all ol il"n i l) for 1and (doing 1 ctt- e'rrtially U lht or s'ea. The United WVirelehss irg hl 1out1 the only ilnvlentions we c.niderd Commercial Business iii uiness. 'Telegratph c anyv has experts working on the wiorthi pa tenting. or were worth working on to mm rianBusnes ire.ess I,~llephone, and w, have theri up te, a s5ati o)f perfect ion. Wltmn the Our Seattle station at the university grounds feetivwe s'ys,.enli there is i in the world. We have wirel-e's tele.ph.lone is Iput t, for colnereal alone is handling on an average era in excess of :io'0 Opening Business in England 'nike'd 3 fi. r frs 1ii1 mile' s over' wa"ter, lut the business it . i ill belong t, ,,e stockho,',l lers, of the system is nut lp.rfe'ted to s'uch an extent aIs vel I eited |l'ir r.ex. T'e1!reile. 'ompaI!I. and will be nesARags Ir Jay. O()ri lesies on the 14l'realt lTw'n oe of ll' reprsentnlatives left sixty days ago tial we feel it should IN, put out for comme're.ial dlleNrIte'l wholly 1y' the ('(o111lIny1 . We have thee Lakes inreraser d 410 per' cent last month over the for Lettiheet. Lngnuld, with the object of see.uring une. The tririhen teehoe. is Nure to 'oile', it enlt'ilqe wireless telephone systems covered' by month of teptemlhr. Busines.s on the Atlantic cntrol of the wireless situation in Erope, Ihe is only question of a short time, and it. will plentls. In addition to this, we have a large roast is developing in about the same ratio. The ,:nte as we have it in Anmeriia. U'p to the "pres. )l the tit. it Wirelest f 1t- c irh l psne that un* vent of ptents on sir, which is pronoeuned by company now has sixty steamships equipped d with ,will put it out for con1nmerrin a Ibuiness, na we a vernI on the re eiver, which is pronounced b! company now hasix.y stean hil equippei with ent time we iave equilped six of the largest own the l3patents to an extentt that we feel it is experts the' lbest wireless telephone receiver our wireless ystemn on Ithe Pacific cast, and steamshlis belonging to the foreign companies; ahsolutely impossible for any wireless telephone hrought out up to the presnt. time. We have in son er over twentt on the' (reat La k-es, a large econtlralts for those' we're take'n in London. Thel c'ompallny to, do business without. infringing on lii office at Siitttle what are considered the numler on the Atlantic coast, and we are receivr president of the company is now in England to same. The l'nited Wireles Telegraph company It ad tmost complepte wireless telepho inst intg orders daily froll the' large steamship con- negotiate for the erection of a factory there to sme time ago gave ia licen.se to a wirines tcele. m t.lx in rrixtener. We shall bI plenad to bow panics. mnftr th inruent u in that lphone com upny for the use of certain of their theni to anyone interested. Pi. nfture' thet instruments used in tht patents, hoping they would discovrer or bring out , Remarkable Record e,,seothing that would heof value, but up to the Stock in Treasury Th company iped the Kor 'he' Unitedl Wireless Telegraph.company at Tohe compan ttel, e quipped the Korea, oneParticulars Call on or Address the lier.' ent tinme Iras in its treasury over y of the large steamnships running between n or Ur artcuars Call on or Amillion o11'r'' worth of stck uo Francisco-and Japan. Our contract guaranteedl ferl it will not take mnore than one-half of this service at all times Ilup to 1,500 miles. Service 'mouelnt to complete our system; that is, build has not only leen malintained up to that dis- ,ver ,vetrland stations, ebring out, our wirele tanee, but tp to :,0100 andl 1,0)00 miles. The' cone- telephonei and install same, so we will have t , t 4O i wrking s1'ste,, in all principial cities, not only pany is now huiling a large 15-K. W. statitns in the'niel States but the entire w o nl in Ran Francisco, which will eniable us to have' GENERAL FISCAL AGENT FOR MONTANA i h -,ie Sr the en,. ,e world. direct communication ts'twee'n tan Francisc, lSck pI',hald! adron5.s agqain on nIoduarty 20. and Japan Ht all ims. Florence Hotel M ssOUa Montana , applications will Ie reeiv after that date 11 JIp"y Ilt Ii.a iie advia'inced priee. . . . .. .. . . · . . .. . . .. .i Giants of the Ring as They Measure IGR AGE AGE -ZE.:!p 34. 315. NECK 18'". N.,CK I? '" SRACR 720 .7541" WRIST WRIST T 8AE( T 8E Ao ,D 50aD) (EXPAe) WAIST (NORMAL) 39 w 34 '~ 146" (NO RMAL) s?6".m 36,i S.Vat.-" CAL CAtLl ., 15~," 18'" ' U ýýIIE DEATH ROLL OF THE YEAR IN THE WORLD OF SPORT Death has thinned the, ranks of dis tingulshed f.lures in the world of sport to an unusual extent in the year now near its close. In nearly all branches of professdonal and amateur sports it has invaded high places. but the base ball world particularly has suffered heavy losies. The National league suffered the loss of its president. Har ry'C. PoCliam. and of the owners of three of the eight clubs comprising the cicult. The club owners who died -drltg the year were Frank de RHas Roblason of St. Loule. George Dovey f Boaos sad Israel Durham. who was credited with being the chief owner of the Philadelphla club. Among others whore names were promis.etly associated with baseball were John Clarkson, who was one of the greatest pItchers in the history of the game; Frank G. Sele. for 12 years manager of the Boston Natlon als and later manager of the Chicago Natlonals: Charles H. Cushman, one of the organizers of the Western league, and for several years man ager of the Milwaukee club; Herman Long, whose career as ua player cov cred many years in the major league.*: Dr. Maurice Powers. catcher for Ibh. Philadelphia American league team: Harry Lochead, who had pl:'ayed in big and little leagues: John V. R. Hat -eld of New York, one of the stars of a generation ago: Edward F. Leahy. ont-.c a well-kn,.w-n catcher with the Philadelphia -lub: Charles R. ("King") Pittenger. a former American Ie agu. pitcher; George Speer. a former catch er in Western league and American, association clubs; Albert L. Moore, a fast New England league player of a drcad.e ago: Frank Kornick. a Wis consin-lllinoi, league lplayer: Thnomas Coa'tes ao the Oashkoh teamr of the Wi.sconsln-llinIliis league; Charles Pin -kney. sen-t.nd baseman of the Day ton jeanm in the Central league; Willie Hogg. pitcher .n the Lonuisvill.e Ameri can ass.oiation club: t'harle Dexter. first baseman for thea. New Orleans Southern tlague team: J. P. C'one. a veteran Chicago player of the OsCh t.eorge F. "Fi..ghorn") Miller. why, had played in Pittsburg. ft. I~uis and other cities; P. J. Quinn. who pro mnited the first uniformeal baseball tall sever taken out of t*hicagu; Mau rice P. Danihy of Rochest.-r. an old tim.e minor leaguit umpire, and Cor nellus J. Mc4 inley. a former minor league Ilayer andl f.r )ears an unm pire in the Three-l and Western le..iltes Many Racing Men Go. Tihe mortality among turfnlen and others identified with racing has also been great. Included in the list are Tim .Milrliin. one1of the best known nraing mnl in .\m.riea; Jol-I lI"'alr,. ai noteld breeder of .1It. St-rling. Ky.; iGeorge M. Wehh ,of Philadelphian, a well-known traintr; Kirby Snow, known in turf tlreleta throughout the ,South: W. R. Letehlor, secretary, of thle KeIntlucky Ruing asi..ciation; (',l II. W'. Simmons of N.Cew Orleans, f!or moanay year. a presiding juldgF; W. H. i-imtl-. president if the Internationnll Pair asstaclation if iSnl Antonio: Clarntce McDowell of Hulltimore, wh had presidied at mainy mietroplditan tra.tks; Prank ('n.sak. ini of ithe best known turf writers inu tihe i'aeit 'oisst, and Williu, Haywtard :int d J. It. Wood. hoth of twh.i wiere itet jocikeys. During thet year deathll riemoved from the world of pugilism such well known fltgares as Willus Brltt of Stau Francisco, who had mannaged Hattling Nelson. Stanlhey Ket-Chtthl alld ot her loteld lighters:; Elddi, 'onley, the old time light wight IuIgilist orf ('ant rlidlge. Mass.; Patsy -'Htara, another oltt-time flIghter who haihtd from New Hngland; Marti(n Suit. ,f tHa v.rhill. Mass... whio had foulght at numbller of ga.Id men in the lightwe.ight dlivision; "Mickey". Sears, still another + N ,w , England lighter of ctunsiderable r-put lation. and James Kelly, who hadl trainedl and manageld sevei'ral promin-, ient lighters. alimoing theltll ".My,-teriol-n lillly" .Smith. A wider revi-ew't Iake in llo t a iew promlnent figures in other blranchles of sport. Amonng them may be mentiohnedl (eorge Prie. the v,-teranl earmlnan of St. Johns. N. B., andl a me-ti.-r of thie elehbrateil Paris cre-w. whtih held the foulr-olarld cihampionship, of the world; Captalin John Barr, Oiie of thl. hi.t kinown yai-ht ieltlaitts Ion the Niow England toast; t'urlplte D. (.ra lamin. lthe swimllmer wahi won fam, hby passint through theIt Niagara rapids;, S'harl, p. Itlarker of lIoston. whi, was the chamnll, checkeir player ,of the world for many years; Clarence H. Freeman of Providence. who hadl also held the lchecker champlinsahilp; Kreigth. ('ollin., it former star tennis player: Ed'lward MeLatnghlin. it noted author ity on the gainm of hilliards; Harry Bethune of Cleveland. formerly a champion sprinter of the World: Her man I. Johnson .f 'ltica. former pres id-nit of the National t'rling cluhb of Ato"rilt a; Eugen. * Delma:r oif New York. one oif the I--st known of Aimer lean chess. players; Hlarry iHess iof Nanticokei. Pa.. and Clharles W Hart Geta Copy of the MISSOULIAN SPORTING GUIDE 1910 EDITION A.ll sprting rc.tnrtln anti sta tistic-s cturrct'tlv givetH. FREE .AT MII*SO)UIA N. OFFIC E. New Men on the Syracuse Team ir. LEFT TO RIGHT-LEE, LEFT EN D; DAVEY, QUARTERBACK; SCUL LY, LEFT HALF; GARDNER, RIGHT HALF; KIRKPATRICK. RIGHT HALF; PONDER, RIGHT END. "1. 41, I.%--l..,, ., th trap $n.ht.,*rs of Al nltah. tlltn .. st:ti . t tkehr i-d,.s and g.r.kit C llr. .1 . -1'rit ttgs *I.i. tn: hgli !i. .l.L." an. P, art. v.ir killndl Frank As.t. tun. nah. lad ztt:.zlasl " id." famei it, laey-h. riders. A ".lna. i, .hi. ut '.i l,.. raving atti. ti.*n the 1,it n..taihl, wv~r." ts.. wh;.~h rr-iatu.. in th .d·a "tha .. Witlltt.. A. R1.tir ue." nh. %%a killedl in a rack- on KIll, li-V. l1ila .:al.'lin ledway. at..! l~a urnt ~r".."", ii Pr"n.-h ,-hanffe..r. hnh. tut dlath. in the, _i-ht. ur tint,.am at I h. ltrightun hku-nh inmr .t.r .m. fira II..n mi.a.-ru. fattllin that at itayll- the lpa-i t..-.tIl i -nan the" d."athnf N'.i.l.-t l>irg. tIa- AN. IRrne, -liv ."l." c'-a.and Ir--. $lylhu-k. .,f tin. BASEBALL NOTES. n ith th.- K~in'-, I- tt" Htill .r-n-'t .. %%h Ni- tn , a ki.k -16'at paitiiIi. i iii 1~tti- wiill ho gi'-.-n a in,, li It, Nt.- Pr.. Id me jut.h fiirdinal.l. . a-- t ~,.t Et K..n.,-t.-hx- wilt tu.t h""..-d ,atdra.l-.1 "r .annt-d hr bhim In Pit- tar la.tk. J.I--k Nt %t'.nu.a., has: grabhbed a ni.".- t--r:-.,tactr fir hi? Stg gc..<tal wh-n .i lli~thI,,i.h-r ýutlii... .;r. -., ".( ý;r~auki. fir optring. P. in gi.m... h.ealith a.--" mar. and w.ilt t;.. -".u.th «taiti th.- X.-.i Aft.-r ile. I..n"-.i.11 taer -tcar, has Ia.'-n thrawn in lh. alisarda i. alike I)a - liii's press aig,,nt an· Itv:l\ at litt I." lpac. on the spoarting page on(ce mor., John ('-.cahsh has IM-.-n sa-ld by thlt C.lants tof K:ansas 'Ifty. John n'('edaId a littlhe mora, minor Iliague blenct-h in or a.a r t., bI,,.'m rijpi for big hotel lI\v Ing. G(.orge Tb.:h u thinks that on- sur. way tao incra.as. batting woullldl b." to decerase tihe si..' .f th, hfna' a pla;t.. Every h:and, s against tilh Ipitch.lr. the poor Zall. It is sail that Malnager Lake of the Baostatu Nati.l ' lal lhas satetd tfhre-. emnllty t-alllmt rtci.t-laliia.- tt\hici'h hei will tit fa Mess.rs. llatia!t.. Tlhomasna and F'ergus.n. "Itula:" W'adde-ll says that tIlhe offi cial uv'-rag,-s chi.arging hinit at h .-I v -tn errors in ajighty 'lxtiances. are wraong Mr. Wadlrll states that he ha, anl." svte.antf-nil.. cha;crs. Jacik ltunna del'alar-is ealiphatically that lahe will tl;a\',- a. Inataj.r league east- offs ,ion his l;altimorer tralln neixt year. l.a.st s-a.sonts Orilde bunch' -anl, \'ry n11ar giving Jack the- hltrr.rs A na-w tr.talillg stUnlt in tbaseiball wita put ova-r \ he'n thei t'lev-land clubili s:tlappel-t scaauts with the Athl.tias. s-.,it lSanla K'ennraeady gloes tao 'leve'. al ad and aaout, T,.m ta'ktri. ia.it es t. P'hiladelphlia. -'lla Adaallms is tit,' first ,af ' th. ',arll's thalii-"insin i g.-t an incr-a.rse in salary anll by Ithe thinn. the rest ofI the Pirates get thal irs ilt- Plittsburg club will bfe more familiar tith thae baseba.ll business. The Phllstadelphlia Natkional oaiers claim tthe reasn they refuse to .pay ex-Mlanaag.r tI,1f Murray Lis salary is bl'eaus- tidly It ft his teaml sr'e-ral times last seas",n. They are pareettly right in this matter, too. Just thinkj suppose somle of the Quakers had fat len out of a hack or got lost whille Bill was away. WITH THE FIGHTEtR. Jim Buckh-y is making arrange ments to take Tommy Murphy and the "DLixie Kid" to Eurona. So far fift. N.,nw York sportlg oaen have signed an agreement to go to the Jeffries-Johnsn fight on the Cavr naught spedal train. "Cyclon.' Johnny Tho*lpet that he is not in the fihti~ g abie for tmon.ey. but solely with a view winning the lightweight c If the boxing tame can get start it N ,-- York. Patsy W Prankh Moore will get a show hefore one of the Oothat Th." j t"rneyaea bakars of Prrane. and suburbs bare appral to the public to blayet bakers. - where Sunday work is a -arried on at present.