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MARQUARD SIGNS CONTRACT AND MARRIES BL SM AMERICANS OECLINE CHALLEN[E GF LIPTON NEW YORK YACHT CLUB RE FUSES TO RACE UNDER ENG LISHMAN'S CONDITIONS. ANOTHER DEFI EXPECTED Challenge Which Will Comply With Deed of Gift Said to Be on Its Way Across the Atlantic-Action of the Club Unanimous. N.il York, ,.larch 12.-S.ir 'l'hina~s Liptroni' csllgJlhig' tar aunther'r y't chtirig r c.'tfr' If h . It ri' ca's cup, tc pre llitrt' triply 'f the ýta'lttig tW'urld, wtas det' clinid iy thi N'es York Yacht club to night. This actionri was taken, the club annlluncllll(ld, Iecaius, tlihe challenlge did nut corispl withl conditions oft tledled of gift w llhh groti'rnls all Iiltests for thie cuiil. lThe ' l. ir'*ir] t, it " thte Ipr,,s-tit chal. - lenge, hu t.et',r, it wats state'd by neil in bers, did tnot eltcr'ssuril Imtan thaIt no A rit l' cup rlt'tt was ill ipr Ispe , as ithe' club was in expleclathlr of anll in restrict 'd cha lkuh11 lnge 11t lltu from, Do a liritisi g'intleiati the[11r1i thJi t Sir' Th 'lrirs lrhton. The clul b's u hl Ii fi,_ial ' la telilleni t I'( kated to the, r'ausniI for the der litll toltl of ithe the n ehaillenge, ~w'hih wifl forwardi-d byl the thtl o I 'stir Yachit clrI t ior Sir TI." i" tns. 'h f Ii sat eIsot W t read: Thei' New Yark Yltht club has de clined lls hallenige eI ch u se it ilt pl ieS s aIs a 'udli tiil tthat thi ' dif- t'tdig lt'ssel shall not exceed 7, feet in I(-ltgth tit thi watert line, Ild, ther-I'b de priv'es the delrtnditing clurb of tih right given it by the lued nit gift to rselect a vessel tof such SiZe as it pleases, pro vided she 'ie not less than iii5 unoI' orll et than 9r feet an the wat.r line." The clubi's actioni tollight was taken at a tin l ti'g atttIlndt'ed i' or iri e 1t 1 ,ni 3100 Illeti 'rs. i ) Ill bIoLat-wnllers wtr'l entitledl to iit, lltn the' iluetiunl of th challhngtes. Forty votes were east uld aill were againlt clcetac.lls t 'tthe Ire fusal was a trcpetitith uof the clubii's v: ioutoll u tle Lipton challengre il 19117, wiit'ch likewise' stilpulated for craft tiln-l der t it 0-ftoot marrk as chatllenger and defender. Sit' Ti''hatllis senit the Threel'L' Sta.hi Tohers to this side of thie ater ill ,a vain quest of the ctip against 90-foot "efenderts, iand has contendcd that a yacht ilf tihe I0-1fiot type cannot let conhstructed oin the other side iand broutlghlt Ines with safety cl tlthe crew isithout ta sltrifice of sl ic of her' m'eL' uing qualili's to the stren'l'ilgtlh of illn strluctittll t'cssarVy for aIr o llen rlo - age. $100 REWARD, $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh cttCure Is the utly positive cure linow ktnown to the- iedleal d fraternlity. Catarrh being tt consititutnal disease, r irquires a conistitutional treat- I nlent. Hiall's Catarrh Cure is takten In ternTally, acting directly upon the blood Bnd imucouis surfaces of the system, there by destroying tie foundation of the dis ease and giving the patient sirengtl- by building up the constitution and assisting nature in dotig Its work. The proprietors ihave so bnmuch faith In its curative powli e's that they offer one htundred dttollars for any case that It fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75e. Take Hall's Family P'lls for eonatlpa -ion. --Adv. WHITE SOX BEATEN. -iacrat enito, i'al., .1arch 12.-'-lTh( C('hittgo Ameri'canIs t .wer dI,'f'ated to-i day by the Ilir' rrt'-;r)tu (nt o tI lin oi ' thel (oast I'l.s ague, 5 to .; . Ei rratic fitliing lil roil illnillgS waS rl'.sl siblh for the detfeat of thie White s(ix. Score: It. If. ,. C h icago . .. .............. .. ....... 3 4 Sacra'mento t .... 6 ]attel ri.'s- blt gr'itiuc, \\'tnIfgantig rrrla d 0i0st'rlvy; Si-hultz, Sta',S d t i it in ].I VETERANS WIN. Attslhu, T,'xras, Malr' h 12. I- lt hr, (Soi 1tobs intl HI lil, t iht hirr g i'ii r thit ' ilhilrde'httia. t _A eri'arlr hi't gur "ig ri tars" had lht' Iliyh r l's of thi Anstitt. ~ali' tilrilvi i~n, Ii lto i. NOSE AND HEAD STOPPED UP FROM COLD OR CATARRH, OPEN AT ONCE My Cleansing, Healing Balm Instantly Clears Nose, Head and Throat Stops Nasty Catarrhal Discharges Dull Headache Goes. Try 'Ely's Cream. Balm." Get a small bottle anyway, just, to try it-apply a little In the nostrils and instantly your clogged nose and .topped-up air passages of the head will open; you will breathe freely; dullness and headache disappear. By morning! the catarrh, cold-in-head, or catarrhal sore throat will be gone. End such misery now! Get the qmall bottle of "Ely's Cream Balm" at any drug store. This sweet, frag-1 MARQUARD SIGNS CONTRACT WITH GIANTS AFTER MARRYING VAUDEVILLE SIDE-KICK .'·. .:.~ .. -...: Y } x <' } "h::! Y`. i _,ýly li I S 1rrnetuar I si nc n contra ct Ih tight oi~i hu fee thi. Net Yiri N .Il for IIe" ii i iiitg stti o Ii. hick i sissell: ic t fiet Ithe (;lms, iool; e ho hi;; lcuiirlL e -i veq: hlours after hI pein his irtairr in lbs stage, TPhe litrilgE( tvas Ii'rfirii'l 'it 4 )'tlic in tilt, pa so ag ti'i fuii thel Ii iiii' Ian Lther' cihii'ig. Iiitihi olii targ I)ea Marquii'is, 28 vents uild, ald his prid' is Kathe rine' Kane, 22. CORBETT'S PROTEGE OUTCLASSES MEEHAN Bob McAllister, in His First Professional Fight, Shows Class That Puts Him Among the Best of Heavy weights-Fight Experts Hail Him as a Coming Champion. A llisl,"r, t1,' t', utlitl; ttly ills r (-III , IIa · Intl, Sotil his firsit tlii'Isuiiita fight Mittit I ta isi 'r'ti lilt ill i(h, t (.II is it las Sit it tllst 't's ti~ht hI "tiitt hi ri s i, ii, v"tit I'ih' Ii, ht' iiI'St It tit, XI ilidi oliii fgt llse :tt I l~iii 'e ,1s t rl im 1, I a''Il b-i el n ilt~'l'ii 11 1' , rI I ,, l il1t i i iit ,'lit Ii t his tIll,,, ný iii iit is:'; thtli 'itti Iiitt, l olfithlel fig t tI'l lr tl~ tt h ,',")at d I:,t ' fl,,,l0, rant halm dissoltvs s by1 the hat of tlhe nostrils; It n.l 1t lcts ant ]teals the inllflal lmd. .B\'11hlln IIIIInn iIIIn \e hih!l lilnes tilhe. , hl;ad anil thro(at; clears the air IuasmoLges: sttops nasty dis charges and a feeling of cleansing, soothing relief eiomes imltm.ediately. Don't lay awake tlnight struggling for breath, with head stuffed; nostrils closed, hawking and llowing. Ca tarrh or a cold, with its running nose, foul mucous dropping into the throat, and raw dryness is distressing but truly needless. Put your faith-just once-in "Ely's Cream Balm" and your cold or ca tarrh will surely disappear. Missoula Drug Cu., Special Agents.--Adv. "llhbe was very nervous. I.e was in Sillxilus to get her," said the Rev. Feix, whi lmerformed the ceremony, "that he answered all mny questions before I finished them. Now they're Talrried l and as happy t as two birds." Kinsella refused to mnake public the Firmls oif thIe ctntract. "McGtraw commlnissioned me to cor ral iube, and I did it," he said. "I us'ed my own judgment in drawing up the contract, but I know it will stand. Rube hlid ouilt at first, because hie wasn't sure what his bride thought lboIut it, but when she agreed, he did not hlsitate." Marquard and his wife will end their v'audleville engagement here Sunday and will leav\e immendiately for Camp Marlin. -I ilt.I'tiei l and bravely, but rare ly did li, land a, blow. Not more than half a doizon as\\ings found their ,way ihriuih I1'l Allister'se impregnable de a' llls, ll l the l arrited no lpunishment. lst nwi, table of all was the Olynmpic til it' fighlN ts unassailable blocking. I "i'hrl, a:is 'neverI been iL man since the d:ays f Joe (tans 'who could block lily Ixxi\s with the elbows and shoul ders like this chllal," said a grizzled f ý folloxer, \t'iho was among those \IIho leaped to to the arena after the fitli to aclaiin McA.lister the most i'o rkabl:ll fighter .who. has ever ap l red in this vicinity. The y glll ring prodigy was under 'llst' scrutil , al nd lnot Ia detil of his oloan-ilnt, machine-like action failed to \t\in thi vociferous approval of the c(rIwtl which jnllimed the arena. Ills favorite was a straight left, \\hich shot thr)Iough Meehan's guard like a rapier through pasteboard. The 'ir ln iian's" knees saigged and his l'ys crotrud l itlPd under the swift tattoo .ji:ll.b, 'ults mald short, straight-arm "\Ilhy don't you finish me?" lie chal titigtl, as he 'faced McAllister un sta'dily in the seventh. Ihit the talunt brought no response, and MllcAllister fought through the re maining three rounds, coollyandsmil ingly, disclosing until the end new re souriti's of countering. blocking, cross il n t :n foo.t:wrk which kept the crowd ill n uplHOar. 't'lMir' s of AiMeAllister's Olympic club dlllinirers crowded through the ropes when the referee aLInounced the deci ion, :tI l the youtlh I\as the center of a lnoiS dliemonstration. "I halve Iln definite plans for the fu ti'r." said MllAllister. "Of course, this Iputs mInc in the ipriofessional ranks, alnd I \\ill have to play the professional gI;llie and take the best mnathes I can ITALIANS TO BE HEARD. Anthony i Magones and Vincento Es posi, tlo two Italians who had trotu blt. witth their neighbor, R. S. Pawson, nllear Arlee some days ago, are to hgave ai hieating next Tuesday before Justice II. At. Small. The men are Italians :tInd I.IIch is charged with assault In thie first degree. The story which (ai,'e froml Arlee was that Pawson 'had shot the Italians' dog and then laid ,itit eatch of the men by the use of a pitchfork. Esposito bears evidence of his rough trdatme.nt for he had to have sevetral stitches taken in a scalp wound. The defendantis ci'tm that they are being persecuted ly Pawsonp |and a fewV others who wish to drive them out of the country. SPINCH HITS INSIPIRATIO N. (By 0. P. McDonald.) Faithful reader, lnspiration Comes to .Us but once a week; If we would elude starvation We must write tome verse unique. Sporting editors implore us To be brief and to the point. While the'py eading chorus Knock our meter out of joint. When we strive to do our verses In pursuit of drink and food, We expect the spleen and curses That attendl our lack of mood; W'hen our screeds are void of merit, Ignominy we must face; Sadly :we must grin and hear it, 'Limited to'thought and space. Faithful reader, gentle poets Are the butts of Very pun Of the scribes, which goe.s to show it's Envy of a work well done. Yet, sometimes-all jokes forgotten We reluctantly opine Nothing could he aulte as rotten As this latest bit of mine. SDanny,'Shay says he won't trade his club for any other in the league. We don't thinkl he .will, either. TIME dTO QUIT. Too much of a good thing is worse than none. So thought a colored boy who was engaged In a boxing bout at tPensacola for the benefit of the Cleve land Naps, training there. He was getting an unmerciful walloping, hut his seconds kept shouting to him that he had the other (4ellow trimmed to a frazzle. At the end of the fourth round he reled to his corner and whispered feebly, "Has I sho' enough got him licked?" "You sho' has. 'He atm helpless," was the reassuring response. "If I's sure enough got him licked, i I'm gonna quit awhile I's a winner," and he climbed through the ropes. The weather man must have heard that the varsity intended to start track practice yesterday. It doesn't pay to advertise defiance of winter. CONCERINING MTANAGERS. Siere is a story told in the dhicago r Post by Davy Jones of the White Sox. s Davy says that b all players sometimes get the blame for plays .which are I really the fault of the manager: c "Years ago, when I was playing with V a certain team, we reached the ninth I inning two runs behind," said Jones. IJ "l'irst and second were occupied, one a one wa.s oult, and I came to bat. If I I sacrificed it meant two out and the runners would have been on second and G third. A long hit at that juhcture s would have meant a victory. "I went to the manager and asked him what I should do. He told me to 0 line 'er out. I was leading the team in batting then, being close to the .400 n mark. The infielders twere playing close, and naturally were expecting a g bunt. So the chance looked good. "I took a healthyt swing at the ball 1 and it .went on a linll over seconid base. But the center fielder came dashing in and made a sensational shoestring catch. The runners were not advanced and there were two out. "It must have looked like a bone headed play for me to spring. Anyway o I was roasted to a frazzle for not bunt- a ing. Our manager, ,when asked what , he thought about it, refused to give out any statement. 'That hung the b blame on rme, although I was acting A under instructions. So you can easily, n see how at man can shoulder the blame h for a granite play 'when it wasn't his a fault at all. But such conditions sel- c donl arise. (Generally the manager is 'I free to admit his share in a play." A THI, STYGIAN LEAGUE. n Charon's Ferry, ,March 12.---The first c and second Israelites lined up for the f first practice gaitme of, the season to day, the first team winning from the Yannlgans by a score ,f 7 to 3. David, the star spitball hurler of the club, worked for nine lnniings for the regu lars, and Jonah, a. ricruit from the Babylonian league. Iwtas on the .mound for the Yannigans. Jonah, 'who comes to th' maijors with a reputation for getting out of tight pinches, worked well until the sixth inning. When he was in bad holes he 'pitched pretty Iball, iand the scure was 3 to 3 when the blowut1 calme. There were three men on bases, butt Jonah hid already strtUck out two men and had two strikes on Flamsn, the league's best hitter. The Srecruit pitcher 'was just winding up for the next throw when Samson yelled, "I'm going to whale this one out of the lot, you busher." At the word "'whale" Jonah turned white, and lobbed an easy one over the pan. Samson met it in the eye and sent it into the cen- T ter-ifeld bleachers for a home run. IManager Solomon took Jonah out after this and sent in Abrahaim, oldest and steadiest of his twirlers. The "old man" held the regulars hitless through the remainder of the game. CREWS FINISH TRAINING. London, March 12.-The training of el the rival Oxford and Cambridge T eight-oared crews which are to meet 3 tomorrow for their annual boat race F on the Thames was finished this aft- ti ernoon. Oxford still is the favorite, b but Cambridge, despite the changes o mnade in the crew, his made rapin V progress. a -MARATHON BUST SCRIBNER PITCHES GILT-EDGED BALL AND ALL-STAR ER RORS HELP A LOT. BIUSTER'S MN BOOT I[N Careless Plays at Critical Moments Fatten Champions' Run Column Allen Not in Best Form-Ferguson in the Outfield. By beating the All-Stars last nig ht the Marathons took the lead in tlhe race for the city indoor baseball cham pionship and with two more wins will have the flag nailed to the mast. Afte.r losing the first game the mer chants Ihave taken two straight, the last one without much trouble. Last night's score was 9 to 4 for Scribner and seven allies. Buster's stellar crew didn't play very good baseball. Allen was in the 'box, F"erguson go into the outfield at the last minute on account of a stiff shoulder.' Allen pitched good ball, though not of his usual class; the game was los.t by his teammates. Ten healthy kicks did the All-Stars matle last night and all of tihem were delivered when they counted. Scribner, heaving for the Marathons, had lots of stuff on the ball and went well except for one stormy inning. The storm cut into the gate receipts, but did the teams a good turn by keep ing the umpires at home. (A joke, gentlemen. Don't get sore.) "Ros enthal" Klebe and Jimgpie Gault um pired and did well, though at times their work resembled that of the regu lars. One careless player suggested that last year's arbiters work, but he was silenced in a hurry. The All-Stars were the first to score. In the second inning Peterson singled, went to third on Robertson's double and home on Wise's sacrifice. Richards struck out, but Ferguson came across with a screaming double that scored Buster. Heyfron fanned, and ended the session. In the third the Marathons raised the All-Stars two runs and took the 1,ad Scribner, as in his Happy .habit, slammed the ball in the nose and reached second before he could be stopped. Henderson reached first on Wise's error and Scribner went home. Rummell reached first through t'he courtesy of Mr. Gleason and all 'hands went homne when Peterson messed Lundstromis drive. Swartz fanned, but Burns bungled Taylor's grounder and Lundstrom crossed the plate. Bussard strulck out'. In the fourth the All-Stars made it 6 to 2. Pritchard got a life on Peter son's error and ungratefully stole sec ond. Scribner hit, sending Pritchard over the rublber. Henderson drove out a two-bagger that scored the pitcher, but was out on second for run ning on Rummell's foul fly to Wise. Lundstrom perished on an easy grounder. In the seventh the cosmopolite host made another effort to get into the running. IFerguson, who played the role of hard-lhitting outfielder with some sluccess, connlected with the ball for another double. Heyfron struck out, but Burns was safe and Ferguson scored on Rummell's error. Allen flew out to Henderson. Gleason sent, one to roost in the balcony, though, and Burns walked home. Peterson stopped the rally by stirking out. In their half of the seventh the Marathons came back 'hard to show the g All-Stars their unlmpontance. Rum mell furnished an inauspicious opening by striking out. Lundstrom singled H and scored on Swartz's double. re Swartz came home on a wild pitch. oc Taylor walke.d. Bussard was out, Allen to Heyfron. Pritchard was safe after Heyfron booted one and Scrib ner's single sent Taylor into the run column Henderson 'hit one Into Hey fron's hands. .n That was all. Here are the details: All-Stars. AH. R. 1B. PO. A. E. Hleyfron, lb........ 4 0 0 7 0 1 Burns, 2b ......... 5 1 0 5 1 0 Allen, p ..............5 0 0 0 2 0 Gleason, c ......... 5 0 1 9 0 2 Peterson, 3b ...... 4 1 2 1 1 3 Robertson, rf .... 2 1 2 1 0 1 W ise, rs .............. 3 0 0 1 0 1 Richards, Is ........ 4 0 0 0 2 2 Ferguson, If ........ 3 1 2 0 0 0 Totals ..............35 4 7 24 6 10 Marathons. AB. R. 113. PO. A. E. Pritchard, rs ...... 5 1 0 0 0 0 Scribner, 1 ........ 5 2 3 1 1 0 Henderson, 3b .... 4 1 2 1 1 0 Rummell, Is ...... 5 1 0 1 0 1 Lundstrom, lb .... 5 2 2 5 0 0 Swartz, 2b ........ 5 1 2 1 1 0 Taylor, c ............ 4 1 0 17 1 0 Bussard, If ........ 4 0 0 1 0 0 Totals ..............37 9 9 27 4 1 Score by innings: All-Stars ................ 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0- 4 Marathons ............ 0 0 4 2 0 0 3 0 *-9 Summary: Left on bases-Mara thons, 4; All-Stars, 8. Stolen bases Pritchard, Lundstrom, 3; Swartz, Rob ertson, Burns. Sacrifice hbit-Wise. Two-base hits-Ferguson, 2; Scribner, Henderson, Swarts, Gleason, Peterson, Robertson. Double play-Rlchards to Peterson to Heyfron. Struck out by Allen, 10; by Scribner, 16. Bases on balls-Off Allen. 2; off Scribner, 5. Wild pitch - Allen. Umpires-Klebe and Gault. Make-mn TonIY Are you weak and nervous? Do you suffer from backaches rheumatism, Take every tablet a directions) and we oor kidney trouble? 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He said before leaving that he will return shortly to begin training at the ocean beach on March 28 for his bout with "IHarlem Tommy" Murphy on April 12. A fortnight is more time for train ing than Wolgast usually gives to a. match, but Wolgast realizes that in this return match he must do better than a draw or slip definitely from the first flight of lightweights. ARROW COLLARS Notoh Collsas that Meet Cloe in Frost 15o.. 2 for 25e. Cluett. Peabod? & Co. Build the body right on Grape-Nuts "There's a Reason" Don't let the baby suffer from eczema, sores or any itching of the skin. Doan's Ointment gives instant re lief, cures. quickly. Perfectly safe for children. All drug gists sell it, Garden City GARAGE " Missoula. Montana. Hoyt-Diclinson Piano Co. Kurtzmann, Knabi. I. ( :-iau. pianos, musical instrui, ts a.ad sheet music. 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