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THE SUN M NDAYDECEMBER 21 1903
10
r IRON SHIPMENTS FELL OF1ORE OFF OFFORE
ORE RECORD IN THE AIm III IIIOION mOION
OION AJiOUT A OUT 24300000 TOS TOSOver Ttl7tSt
t
T Over Oe 8860000 8 o Leaf L Than Tan In 1IM 102nr 102nrbIn > 2 Co Cobin
Dlntrlc DlntrlcneveloplnB
bin Montana1 Monta New Copper Cppr Ddrlct DdrlctI
I neveloplnB Peveopln Well Wol30OOO 3OOIM > Miners lnlt I ICalifornia In Inj
j California CtornaNew New Strikes 8tlkrl In Alaska AlaaktDOTtTrn AlaskaDUtD
DOTtTrn Minn Deo l7For the entli entliLake entle entleLke
Lake DUtD Superior melon Iron ore or uhlpmenta shlpment i at atj
j 1903 Lke have Supror reached reced rlion about abut the total totl predlctci predlctciThey prelcwd prelcwdi
They 10 have be bn n aa 1 follows tOIO5 though thoulh flgun flgunimallor fgroa fgroamalr
i imallor thP thla thl will 11 possibly bo publish publishaa plblshe
aa malr authorltatlro authorlatt t American side Hldl by wate watlr
23 1 849 0660 MO ton Canadian Cadll side by water tr 201OS 201OSAmerican 201067Afrlcan
American Afrlcan side all al rail rai estimated rstmlt < W00 W00ToUl 60
i ToUl Totl shipment shipet 24800807 2So 1 tons tonsShipment ton tonI
I Shipment Shlpmml for 1003 10 were 27889543 27SOM3 ton tonand ton tonand
and for 1001 101 were 20KtS89 20 2 60 these teso flgtiri flgtiriIncluding tgrel tgrelIncudlnl
Including U thsy h y nhould Ihould tho to Canadla Canadlashipment Caadlln Caadllni
shipment Incudlnl a these thso latter Ittr are mostly mosty to t Unit UnitBfatesVurniAlindlf Unit
BfatesVurniAlindlf llpmnt1 sMIftot rfot d1plao f Arflerfca Arflerfcaore Jerlal Jerlalare
ore ttsur to whatever extent et they are unod unodEarly uMdEarly
i Early this year yel predictions predIctons were freel freelmade treey treeymade
made that tat the business buslnea of the season epa8n would woulreach wouldmch
reach 80000000 tons but at no time was thiI thi thlI
I 8000 tns It considered at all llkel llkelby
possible nor was wa consldore al Ikoly Ikolyby
pslbe by those better Informed Itore In I tho trade Sue Suet Such Suchquatt
quantity toee btr oould not have been cared for t ttiooli at atocl
culd nt care
I t > tiooli quatt If there tee bad bean demand dead for It ItAverat Ito
o J 0 ocl Averat vcr vessel vJrllht freight nates r tS for 01 Jhe J yea yeaon 7 ar aro
on ore have beeoi be from Dulutb Duuth to Lake Lo Erie Erieaverage ErloA
o 800 miles 809 cents a gross ton 3 3cents 37 37Ctl
> average avale 0 mla 81 cmt gosa
A cents more than tl the te year yea before and 85 over ovetwo overtwo
two yean before btore and ad prior to t tho organize organizeUon organlla organllan
ye
Steels vesnel busl buslnees bus busne
Uon n of the United Unie States Stt Stels
Lake Erie JO cents undo undoDuluth undorI
Esoanaba to
nees Esoanaa t Lae Eie 2 cent
ne
cents under I Ila
I Duluth and Id Marquette Mrquete 86 8 I
la Dulut notable that ta In all a the te past pst season SMon there therhas thereha
change In freights a drop droiof dropat
has ha been be only oy one chage thht
of I cents cent a ton tn late lat In the te year This waunprecedented wa wasulneoent
unprecedented unprecedentedTbe ulneoent
Tbe ehutdown of ralnea miI has proceeded proooe i igood a a100d
good 100d Tb deal dea ehutoW further futer in i the Lake Superior Surior regloi regloithan rlglon rlglonthan
than I II commonly o = only realized r0lz even een here hee Taki Takithe TakoI
I the various ranges by mining villages v ales am amrenters and andrenta
renters varous of activity actvIty and a the difference dulrence U seen seenOn lon lonOn
On renta the Mesaba Meabtorl c for Instance tco1 In all al that d ditrict ditrictwet Is trie triewest
west of Bibbing where there tero were four nilnoi nilnoibusy nllDS nllDSbuy
wet
busy buy last lt lummor luor only one Is doing doig onythlni onythlninow aytlg aytlgr
now and ad that one Is merely developing deeloplnl lithe li InI
tat
district where S5 mines ehlppcx ehlppcxla
I the Hlbblog dstict mies shippe
Ibbl
r la the te summer aumer three are ne now milInI mining anc ancfour Ind Indtour
four are developing About Buhl when whenthere wherethere
there were three one la developing devoloplnl and ad n nhoisting no noholstll <
wer
hoisting Is under way 1 At Mountain Mountln Irotnil Iron
nil holstll Is quiet but bl uner this Is I nn openpit o pnplt town tow anc ancno and
quet
no 11 mine are active aotv there tblre In winter Ai AiVirginia AtVirgini
mne
Virginia where tbere tere were six there are no now nowtwo
Virgini two hoisting Jtt Eveleth there Is no change changennd ohanle ohanleId
holtnR
nnd Id BOO mtoers mtprl are working wordn day and night nightAt nlahtAt
At Sparta Spar where there tere were five fve there ar arnow are arenow <
now two At Blwabfk Dwabl where there were wertfour werefour
four one Is II now noW dovelopmg deelopng At Aurora t tnew a anew
new village lle not a wheel is turning turnlnl On th thVermilion the theVeJmllonl
Vermilion range nt Soudan where 800 I metdid met menrld
VeJmllonl ranle
did work only pumpmen pumpmn are ar now busy busyAt hueyAt
rld At Ely all al znlnee mlne but one haTe laid off or night nightcrews nlihtcrewi
crews On the Gogeblc nt lt Ironwood nearly nearlynil
nil mines mine have laid off ar night nllht crews The Thecome Those
come 11 Is true tre at Bessemer Dos emer wliere bere three small smallmines smal
1 mines se are cloned clod At Wak Wakfeld fleld there wore woretwo woretO
two mines One Is II cloned clolP and the other la labusy Isbusy
busy days only on On the Marquette MnrQurte every everylahpcmlng peuIshpclnc
lahpcmlng Ishpclnc mine but one has cut off or the night nightshift nIghtshif
shift At Republic Republo there is no change At AtKegaunee AtNeaaune
Kegaunee Neaaune shif four tou small sml mines mes have closed closedone cosd cosdone
one has ha Increased IcrB Its 11 force forcl and another Is as asbefore nabtore
before Outlying Tillages Tlagls of that rango rangoare lUIle lUIlelre
btore Outlyng
are lre practically practicly idle Idl so far ns ni mining mlnlnA Is II con conlerned on onme
lerned On the Menomlnee 500 6 men have havebeen havebon
been bon me laid off or at Iron Ion Mountain Mountin Crystal C11tnl FnllF FnllFwhich Fnll Fnllwhich
which had five tve mines has hl two Iron Hlver HlverU Rver Rverla
Commonwealth and andQuinneiec RndQulnnl
U almost Idle Sorwny orwa Commonwfllh
Quinneiec Qulnnl are running runtI about abot nprmiilly nprmllr with wlh a alargenmountof alrgenmountof
largenmountof orftoholFtduring ortto holRtdurlni the winter winterOne wlntt
lrgenmountof One Onedlmcul difficulty among amongthAmlnlsls thn mines Is thnt thntllockl thntllocklot stocks stocksof
of ore on surface are no 1 large These are areenormous arepnormoua
enormous more In tonnage tnlle than In nny nn pre preceding precl41ng ¬
ceding cl41ng year of th the Industry and more pro proportionally proJrlony ¬
portionally Jrlony to t the th output than In any year yearsince yearsince
since 1194 1194At 104 104At
At Eveleth Evleh en the Mesabaranfe esaharanre tbe tb United UnitedHtates Unld Unldftte
ftte Htates 8tel Stl has hal an asset BAfet ot untold value In Intt InT
T 1 tt Fays Farallnd and Adams Adun mines rlnpI These arc now nowholding nowholltng
holding holltng about eooo 60 tons a dny dlY combined combinedtonnage Nmblnd Nmblndtonnae
tonnage and are employing 70n 70 to 800 80 men mln on onsurface onIlrtace
surface Ilrtace and underground tndergronrd The ore Is II of n nvery 1 1very
grade nnd Is oagerly oagerlyougbt
very high and uniform uniorm Alerly Alerlyolht
ougbt olht for In the thl market market With Wih nil ul their theirImmense theirImmena
Immense Immena shipments bpments to t this time lmB these two twomine twomine
mine mine are really realy only fairly opened opnO They Theyare Thrylre
are lre good for manyyearn InnMI Fnyal Faynlil Is developed developedtoday dovelopP
o where It con chip a million milliontons
today to 1 a point whrA alp milon milontOM
twentyfive or thirty Ihlrt years yearswithout
tons a I year for tmtfve YEarl YEarlwithout
without yar necessarily neeMI I developing another nolher ton tonIMKE tonJAKE
JAKE BniEttion ImEJOR COPPKB COPPKBHOTJOBTOX OPPFR OPPFRBOUOTO
HOTJOBTOX Mich nch Dec IB 181h ThonBHessment ThonBHessmentnenson nlResmnt nlResmnttenson
nenson is here again the Mlnhlgnn lnhlmn and Vlc Vlctorli Ic Ictorla
torli mines having havlnl levied calls cnls of SI enoh leh upon upontheir upontheir
their shares Tim Th Michigan lchlAIU is already Ilrtld ft ftsmall ni
i small amll producer pruclr utilizing utizing one OlO utinnp otrlnl on Bingle Bingleshifts 1IIIIa 1IIIIaRhls
shifts at the mill mt or tho Mans company COmllI nnd nndnecurlng Ind IndRPCurnl
Rhls necurlng proiiildiixx proll lll results nalit therefrom th from Tho ThoVictoria ho hoIIIorln
RPCurnl Victoria IIIorln Is II not nulVi fllt so 0 far ndvanced nhancrd but hit will willHjon wi
Hjon 10n be hI In n 1 position poaiiol to begin IWlln production productionThe prod Icton Ictonh
The h nMPsament na ealmpnt on 01 tb thl Victoria Irorla wn waR not Jevled JevledIroni 111ed 111edIrom
Ironi dire necessity np ir H tlm trenmiry new con conlain contain
lain nearly Sluoiinn 10 1 but but it is I lured that thin thinmoney thlamane
money nenr and n nlolil bout us much moro will wi be b needed neededto nrEded nrEdedt
to t furnish flrlsh equipment eQulp1Plt nnd an mill mi nnd place tho thomine th thmllr
mine mllr on a producing prodldll basis basisThe haslThe
The MAPS mine milE riinninc a 1 plngln slnlh head on onsingle onRngl
single Rngl shift Illf is I turning tlrnbll out nearly unr us 11 much muchcopper mich michopper
copper as when hln two lieacio were pounding poundingThis Ioundlnl
This hiA result rr ult Is II secured sreurE1 hy h morn 10rn enreful cnrrfll selec seleclion IPloc IPlocI
lion and H butter hrtlr knowledge knowlerll of the pecl peclr pecu peculiarities ¬
I liarities lon of the lodes on which tho mine min Is Isopened I II
I r I opened larlel The ThE live Ih oopper bearing hlrlnl amygda amygdaloid alundnt ¬
laid opene beds of the MnsR Ins Irl re erratic rrulc but are noln nolnblv noll nollIf
t t blv rich In spots SOtH while whle showing Rho win Ivaiineits 11IUII8 elne elnewhere E1e E1eIl
If b where hErl By B skipping tho Ih poor spoti ltH with withmerely withIprrlr
merely such work as is required to sink or ordrift ororlf
Il drift Iprrlr throiicli fiCh them Ihlm 11 find selecting Iellnl the th rich richbunches richhlmlps
orlf
bunches for milllni mllhl good 100d results uro lre BB BBnired Il IlIured
nired hlmlps His Ilfttntr stated < that tho MUM B now more morethan
than making expenses expensesIho
Iho I mlklnl exploration expenaE of > the thl Old Colony Colon tract tralt in inwhirh Ini
h Xioraton full mllo westward from fromthe fromt
i whirh practlcidly a tli mlo wcsturd
the t h hiIl Kimtem practclly Sandstone taldliono has liven carefully carefullytHuted carptll carptllhr
tHuted Rtpr by a combination omhinatlol of tunnel tlunel nnd ald dia diamond diumOld ¬
mond drill borings horln hn has shown about seventy seventyfive Ioeut Ioeutn
five n mOld veins dri of amygdnlolds nnd conKlomernte conKlomernteany conllomlrtrR conllomlrtrRanr
any of which h ta i likely Ikpl to carry arr copper copplr ut lt somo somopoint 01n 01npoint
point wl and nd iver rll l of which bnvu Ilu shown shownropper ahowl ahowlcOPPr
ropper where whprl rut II A littl Ilt work has hR IHMMI IHMMIdone h1 h1t h1dOn
done dOn cOPPr upon the more promising proI lnl of these thpI Iwdx Iwdxand d dand
and the th lpn management se pm m lidpoful 111 ful of find finding tnd tndIna ¬
t ing a lode malujment that Iht will wil make a mine Ilno It I must mustb muatt
b admitted 1 however bowler that thlt the III work done donedurinc donedurll
t durll durinc b admite the thl past pa t four tOlr years enr while whie exceptionally exceptionallythorough exceptonaly exceptonalythorolgh
thorough thorolgh has not been attended atlndNI hy satis satisfnctory ItI
fnctory fnctor results rrlults The hp most mOlt promlBlng Irollllnl point pointheems pointIPml
heems IPml to be bl a I section flon proved It11 only on by drill drillboring dri I Iborlnl
boring from the cores on of which some good goodcopper
copper borlnl has h R been tle secured securedThe NU rN rNfh MOo
copr The fh Iiile I IA Roynle l agnln openlngnow oppnlnlnow ground groundthough Iround Iroundthouah
though on a rather rlthr contracted urnle ral Hock Hockshipments Rokhlpmntl
shipments hlpmntl run rln about nbolt 0 00 > o tons tOla daily dnl and ull pro production produton ¬
duction is I about 1M lI tons tonl of coptxr copllr mineral mineralmonthly Ilrwrll Ilrwrllmonth
duton
monthly month Both lodes 10dtIerlo average IBUU I uu In copper copperdespite coplerdf
despite df pltr the thl existence fIaleno of considerable otlidernhll mass mUla and andbarrel Ind IndbArrIl
barrel bArrIl work but blt the tnino Is I mnltlng mnlcnA small AmnI net netprofits utIroft
profits The Isle 11 Roynln foyno is II not a I rich mine mineand mini
and Iroft nd can Isn never nfrr become hrromo nuch lulh but several Rrrnl mil million 11 ¬
lion dollars dolarI have ha e been brpn so 10 llrmly Irm Invested Investedtherein Inelted I Ithlrrln
therein lQn thlrrln that only a small 81uI portion portou could ever everhe fer ferI
he talsen I I Ilpn out Olt If I the thp mine were ere to close nnd nnr It Itis I
t is possible to earn llrn n little Illl money by keeping keepingthe keoplngl
working workingThe
the tb niino workll
l The production of the th Phomii Phlnlx was al nearly nearlynlxty near nearht
il Iroducton
nlxty ht tons lonl of muss Inl nnd barrel copper oppr and amiroppnr andrappr
roppnr mineral mlnpral from frm the stamps Itampsln In November Novembero Sovpmbr SovpmbrR
o rappr heavy Increase Itrell from the th preceding prINlni month monthThe monthTh
The Th bn rock milled llId has ha shown a very cn satisfac satisfactory tlfac ¬
tory tor percentage ot metal metalthe mptalThl
pfrcntale
the question of an Osoeola dividend UTdlnd np npparentlv appurnth
parentlv Thl furlton remains rrmalul undecided IndEcdpd It was hoped hopedthat hOPd hOPdthlt
thlt that a dividend of 1 or Mfin UfO n shrire Ihlrp would bo bodeclared hedlclre
declared before the th close of the year nr but the theweakness thoIU
dlclre weakness IU knpf bforp in the th metal market renders rflderl thu thudirectors th thdlrpetorl
directors dlrpetorl cautious cautiousThe
The Thl payment altoUI of the first frft dividend 1ldnd of the theCalumet theAllmel
Calumet < Allmel Inmont and Arizona rizoa wlU wi pnt about 1200000 1200000return 120 0
In TnlR II the t cMh cMhrtur
crculation loclb fr
return rtur upon the Investments Inveltmlnt of millions millionsof
of t Inke Superior money Ionl in Arizona mines minesand minIsand
and prospects polpectl during the past IMt four years yearsMONTANA oar oarMOTAXA
MONTANA MONTANABtnTK MOTAXABUT
BtnTK BUT Men Dec 13 13The The now n copper copperthe copplr copplrmining
mining altrlct at Corbin Mon II dlvelop dlvelopInl
Inlo anothrr BuUe according to > the thereports thereports
reports Inl of mining mlnlnl experts exprtl A syndicate syndicateha Indlolo Indlolohl
ha hl acquired nCQuirA by location loclton about r > 0 claims claimsThe cohnH cohnHTh
The Th entire1 Enlre country for miles mlos around hiw hiwbeen hIl
been n taken up lp and an staked stked off or by b arounr locators locatorsnd locatrs locatrsnd
nd prospectors pro ectorJ Twentyfive Twentrto years yearl ago agothe agoI
the I Corblndistrict was 1 a large larle producer produCr of ofsilver at1rr
silver h 1rr lead lInd ores but the deposits depsll In time timewere tme tmeer
were er exhausted Exhaustd and Rd tho earlr ralnnrs mlnorl were wereall lro lroIchnorant
or the all around aroundI
Ichnorant cpper Ihowlng ni arolOI arolOIpm
pm but a yea 0 a Ioudhurft In InI
I lie hI district uncovered a big bl reef of native nativeeptJier
eptJier rTpr an and rl h coppfr or In a Iul nnt A AI
Hit I e pro prol prOpctl1 dlcoo a bil voln Ald
lllln l > n a tew months month hundreds hunrreds of claims claimswrt
wrt > staked tk off hy the thl discoverers dlfCOerprl before he for lalm lalmI tho thomain thl thlo
i 011 ot th
I Inr knlw tnd Thlrn
o 3 ml of the 0 Mar thn urfM urfMfna
Reat IOhnlrQllglon rmalnlna to hl Iohld
fna 0 P I epth To
tt thl
ndt al hRlf la dozln har drl1 Irp blng aNr Runk RunkmRln
main vein r t c Rim Rlonl the trike or the theI
The CompanT has been
Tosn CppEr ha
I norpa undertttlall of Arizona for
th tha purpose of working a group of mln mlnnear mines minesnear
near prl Toston Mon on The company Is cur curtallz cupl cupltal
tallz zed d for 11330000 II About 110000 1100 h halready hRS hRSalr
tal already alr Rdy been spent OO on 01 thn development dlIcloPlcnt of t tclaims the thechUml
claims chUml a doublo compartment cOlvartllent shaft Ihur havli havlibeen halnj
been sunk on Mount Toston So 2 to n dcp dcpof depth depthat
bln
of 200 feat from which crosscuts have bev bevrun bern bernrun
run 20 Three troll veins cross or08 erolscut the property of ti ticompany tho thompay
company mpay und nd somu aolO good Iood oru ort has hI boon font fontn found foundIn
In n them Thn Thl company proposes to sli slithe Ilnk Ilnkthe
the present llsent shaft Jbat 200 20 fojet tlpt deeper Ilwper and thi thidevelop then thendevo
develop devo op tho veins from that point pointA
ell trol tlat pint
A nmnll forco of men Is at work worl In tl tlBailor t h e eRaior
Bailor s lal Dream Dreal one of the properties proper te of t tHotnistnko the the101Jtnko
Raior Hotnistnko 101Jtnko Mining Mlllni Company Complny and pome o ow ora oraI
w I being blocked out Thcro are also II fa abo about
Illnl
200 20 tons of gold 10ld ore on tho dump for shl shlmont ehlp ehlpmont
mont The company however Is la not e epcctlng ex expectinI
Tie Cmpal
pcctlng pectinI to ship the ore or mine the proper properextensively proplrty proplrtyotenlvol
extensively otenlvol until money mono can eln be raised raisedbuild rlscd t
build a Urge and unti modern mill at the minus minusWork mlnosWork
buid Work Is progressing progresslnl anl rapidly rap mill d on the noli noliJay noted notedJoy
Jay Oould oul1 properties near Helena 11lona former formerowned Cormerly Cormerlyonll
owned onll by b the t l1opprtla I Hellgmans Helgmans of New York whl whlyielded which whichrleldpd <
yielded more than ISoOo 5ooo000 told In 11 the car cardays early earlydarl
days darl It Ix nxpeoted that the new Stan Stanmill stmp stmpmil
mill mil will wi bo ready rlally for opontlon oporaton by Jan Jansupply Jai 1 1It
It Is III that thcrB II enoulhore In sllht t
supply Iupply the mill for eight or ten months montlLarge monthsLarge
mi
Large samples Ramplel of the ore sent to Spokane f ftests tor tortRtI
satisfactory tRtI tests by tho results resultsOre rpsul Hondryx Iondryx cyanide cyaide system sltm ga gasatisfactory aave aavesatlafactor
Ore iLesavlne1 Isarlnl vlne1 from f so 10 to 800 80 ounces ounO of s sl
r 9 iftofi to In gttld gtld bus hi been fomd fomdTha flldal
oel the upper 1111 tunn81 at thf caim belna davl davloped
oped by thl fouth Dond In11 Cmlny CmlnyTh
Tha Th clntmu of this company adjoin ajoin the Fee Feeless Pserleas
less Jennie a producer of note not several yea yeaago yearalO
ago agoCol alO Cruse Helena banker hi hipurchased
Col Thomas Thoml Crse a hl
purchased an interest In nine oil al placer claln clalnIn claims claimsIn
In Carbon county Col Cruse Crse already owi owiextensive owna ownaexteMIa
extensive oil properties Cl In that Ireay district dltrlot at attho and andtho
tho whole al will wi ropertel bo operated oporte on an extensli extensliBciile oxtnslve oxtnslveSCllle
Bciile next season seasonTht IOlon IOlon1hn
Tht fllack lck Dlmrn DI nJdoa > ndCoal Company Omptny rei reiborg rep
rpnted by lanae Hmlth ot Dulutl lnn lnnhaa
haa purchMpd tho coal a Tom Tomborg
borg Carbon county Dunty discovered dileovero propsrtes recently recenty b bM by byI
M I McCarthy of Bozeman and common commonknown commonly commonlyknown
known as the McCarthy 1oClrth mines Tho ae aecompany DW DWcompany
company will soon have a alarlo largo foroe tora of me metaking men mentnldnl
taking tnldnl out 1 coal William Wilam Hymer preside presideof prsident prsidentat
of the Red Lodge Lodle Townsite Towna Company Is laalRo laalRonelotlatn alf alfnegotiating
negotiating nelotlatn with lth Nebraska NIbrMkl capitalists capllst t tdevelop to todeplol
deplol develop the conl coollells fields underlying underlylngtho the Hym Hymnrlrlltlnn Hymer Hymernddlton <
nddlton nrlrlltlnn to that I ciy t An A K optlonhB H I alao alaoboen 1 1boon
boon secured 8ecurld on the coal underlying underlylnl tho rano ranoof ranoh ranohof
of James Jamla Close near Red Iodge lle The vein veinon velna velnaon
on all 01 throe of these hrA properties prOIJertos are ar said to t b boxtenilvo be beoxt
oxtenilvo oxt nhe nnd well defined definedThe rotnr
The Beal Dl I Creek Cre 11 k Conl Company Com nny has hal bee beeIncorporated hoen hoenIneorprted
Ineorprted Incorporated with wih n capital a pi tal of 1220000 t tdevelop to todevelop
develop a largo tract of coal lands 12000 In Carbo Carbocounty CrbQn CrbQnoounty
county The Northern Iaclfto will bull bulla buid
Paelfo 1 I
a branch from Ilrldger Irldger to the new ne field fieldshould felda feldashould
should developments warrant warrantCALIFORNIA warrnntCLFOI
CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIASAM CLFOI rA rASAN
SAM FnANCiaco FIANCJCO Dec 14 HI It Is cstlmatei cstlmateithat estmated estmatedthat
that there are soooo 300 miners engaged Inlaled In th thIndustry the theInduRtr
InduRtr Industry In California Cllornlo and that the th nnnua nnnuayield annual annualIold
yield Iold is I350ooooo IhOIOoo n I larger larler per capita pro productlon proaucton
aucton ductlon han nny other Industry Ildustr In the State StateMuch Srte SrteMuch
Much of tho output Is I concealed eOlcealed as t the rea reatnlnnr real realminer
miner bas R Atrnncr rllallltA tn niltillnltv Dill DurInI DillIng
1 strODI dlllke pUhlolty
Ing InI the year ear many man old milieu mlnlR have ha 0 been re reopened reopene
opened OB export engineers hnve shqwn lha lhawith thRtwith
opene with cheaper methods In production due t telectric to toelectrlo
lethoda produoton
electric poweis POlor large deposit dpposlu of low grad gradThe Irade Iradeare
are bo worked with
prolt proltThe
The mlf Ilumbaeo 1Iumbolo mine on the north ban banf bank bankat
at f tlio Middle 1ork ot the Yuba RIver neu neulleghany nelr nelrAUahar
lleghany tle has h taken tken out IIOOOOO 1100 worth o ohe at atthe
AUahar the he metal mot within three days The Steamboat Steamboanine Steamboatmine
nine nearby nearb wihin has hl struck lt ruck very vel rich ore piece pieceif ploeesat
at if gold oro being taken out that ranee ronle from fromS20
S20 > 20 to 10 300 300Near
Near Cherokee Ch rokfo Nevada 1evada county a nugge nuggerorth nuaaet nuaaetworth
worth Jear I265 picked plcke up by b a woman 1n in a apototo apototopatch potat potatatoh
patch > atoh started Itlrt n lively IIe UI r rush r lh for the th new gol gollelds iold ioldfelds
felds lelds near tho town Xear N ar wherethe nugge nuggevas nuaaet nuaaetwas
vas found tould Is II An old quartz ledge ledlP and It 1 1elleved la lablewd
blewd > elleved tha nugget Iugget I was W1 washed from thlf thlffho tb
The nimrtz lurtz ledge will wi be opened opnpd up upA
A Chicago syndicate ndlcato has hll bought boulht the Johan Johanesburg Johannsburg
nsburg esburg Ciicago gold mine near St Elma Ema in Ken Kenoutity Kerncoulty
coulty outity on tho edce edl0 of the Mojavo MoJa1o Desert Pesertho DesertTho
Tho ho new few owners OWlerl will wi build buid n tenstamp tenstltP mill millA ml
A mining company com pan has offered orera a gqo gqojrlce iood ioodnrlc <
jrlce Ulnlul for tho t he entire en town site ale of Oroville OrovilleJutte Orovll
nrlc Jutte county count because tre of tbe gold lold tn the sol solin 111 111on
on in ute which tho town is built buit This Thil town is 01 01ha 01
the ha Feather River Rllr and its 11 site is composet composetif compo8d compo8dof
of if d6brls flouted nortd down the river from frot thi thiich te terich
rich ich placer mines of enrlv cllv days daysTho dayTho
Tho Colorado Iron works orks Company o oDenver ot otDemer
Denver bas won on It J suit slit against the Call Callornia Cl
tornll ornia King Klnl Cold Mines Company mpany for the thinanco thehalnnc
halnnc > nanco due on tho crushing and oyantdi oyantdiilant Canlde Canldeplant
plant ilant built buit nt lt Picacho above Vuma Yum ot othe onthe
the he Colorado River ner The mining com Cmpay Cmpaynleged pan panilleged
nleged illeged that the thl mill mi was al not up to tho th con conrnct 4on 4ontrnet
rnct capacity but the Jury found otherwise otherwiserho othlr18
rho contract cRPoct on tract wns wnl thedlUn made mn by S W Traylor Traylorfew TralorO
few O York manager IHnHaH of the company companyNKVADA ompanyNtVAnA
NKVADA NKVADAHFNO NtVAnA NtVAnARFso
HFNO RFso Dee 14The 1 The payment paylnt of Its lt firs firsItvldend trt trtdhldeni
dhldeni Itvldend by b the tIl MontanaTonopnh Montanolonopnb has greatl greatlncouraeed ireateICOUrOi
ncouraeed all al owners of mining property propertyn proprty proprtyIn
eICOUrOi In n Tonopah and nd surrounding urroundlnl camps es esecinlly e epcaly
> ecinlly an IS this 150000 paid to stockholder stockholderepreeented stookholdersreprp6ented
epreeented pcaly tlm tl0 proeoeda 100 procedH of purely pure develop developnent I Iment
nent work Tbo Belmont mine last week weelhipped weekIhlppd
hipped ft carload of ore which will wi run about
1230 Ihlppd 530 to the ton Early in the week a fouioot four fourfot
fot oot ledge Idle was cut Earl on the 814 81 foot level Ilvl whlcl whlclverages whch whchlerliCI
verages IS8 88 to l the thl ton In the Midway mini miniin mIneon
lerliCI on in the HO foot level In the west drift on onhut arethrLt
thrLt hut runs rlnA 10 from S75 73 to 100 10 a ton Is I being blnl taken taketmt takenOlt
Olt mt Tha drift from tho north norh ledge ledle overagei overales overalesSIXI
SIXI 101 a ton tonTlm tonThA
Tlm 1 1lttsburg and Montana Company ol ollutte at atBltA
lutte has Pltsburg bought tho Jacquemln Brothers Brotneriind Brothersand
and BltA Rothfus Rotbful nilnes mlnl near Elkhorn Elkhor The Th Iron IrorlUlphldo I Ilulphldo
lulphldo lUlphldo ore will wi bo u uaP ed In the companyi companyiitnclter ompanys ompanyssmelpr
itnclter to reduce Butte ores oresA OrlR OrlRA
smelpr A six Inch streak ute of high grade Irade ore ar hai haieen tas tashlln
hlln > een struck In 11 the Independent IndEpeldenl mine In th thCataract the theCatArUlt <
CatArUlt Cataract district dlatrlt near Basin laAln The pay stresl streslissays ste k knAaa
nAaa issays 10 100 to the tl ton A neighboring nellhborng mine minehe mineth
th he Silversmith Siwramih is shipping hlpplnl oro whlcb aver averLgis averagef
agef Lgis IWO 190 tt ton
ALASKA ALASKASKATTIE AIARJUhTTrF
SKATTIE hTTrF Wash Deo Ilc 14 1DawRon Dawson is more rnortirderly moreordprl
irderly and quirt than usiiul IRuul this winter winteremlnnlncr winterrlmlntnl
emlnnlncr uuc nn of n country ountr village ls6e insteai insteaiif Insteauof
of rlmlntnl if a L great Irut mining Ilnlm camp that has hR a record recrd o oiver at atoler
iver lllIU li > inrwi 1 In sold Iold thin season Sea801 Man Manf Many Manyor
or > f thn t hI fortuniite fortlllto miners hnve gone out ti tiipenri to toaplnd
aplnd ipenri the winter with friends and others aniigaired an Rreemnled
emnled iigaired in winter development 111eloPlent orr 0 thel thelnluos thllr thllrnlur8
Tho authorities have havAfoundrd rounded
nluos Tlo nlthorltrH ui uili up uptho
tho li hoboes and gamblers amblerl All 1 linos of com comniinication cm cmnlulaton
niinication however lire le kept open to thi thiiilnlni thominim
minim nlulaton cnmp find Iml lulinceut nincelt districts II1trlots ns f femoto far farrelote
relote emoto na 18 nmJs Tnnnna Thn Th reports from thl thllart this thispart
part lart of Alaska nre nr of the thl most encouragim encouragimCharacter encurllll
Character and will wi result rr811t In a stampede 8talpede li lihe In Inthe
the he spring hardly hurd socond awold to any Iny pi recon reconn record recordIn
Iril
In n tho Territory TIrrlorr It I is said that thlrtyfivi thlrtyfiviinllos thlrtynvml
inllos of pay pl ground Iround has been beln located locattd 01 01the on onthl
thl ml the TntiRnn creeks I exclusive fxcusio of bench claims claimslearly
Ilnrl learly nil ul of which hlch prospect pr08fpct well el and nct cam camIlnrl wil wililso wl
al ilso be taken tnkln up lP helore holoT spring The pa pajround
jround Is of great Irpnl width on many of thi thiit thI
Irolnl it I reams rln mf in somo AOml instances Inltnucls covering the entln entlnldth pntre pntrewidth
width ldth of three thrll claims lalml On Fairbanks paj pajrround ay ayrould
rround rould hon hl been b11 located for eight Illht maei maeiJn mies miesOn
On Jn jold Stream locationi locllion thut thlt prospec prospecrood Ilrospoct Ilrospoct100d
100d rood have hR ve been taken up lp for u I distance dIstanc o oIve at atfo
Ive miles On llmoro Creek pay has beoi beoimeovered beln belnuncover
fo meovered mies IBIW l801 feot trlt lmof wide wid on either Ither side Idl with withml wth wthout
uncover ml reaching tho limit lmi This is demonstrate demonstrateor demonstratd demonstratdfor
for or n distance dl tnce of three thr miles mlea On Pedro Fedr7reek PedroCrlek
Crlek 7reek I for flvo miles mlf1 not a blank blan na ha bee beeIrnwn bpn bpndrawnal
Irnwn all fo claims calma located being helnl good 100d On Onnilo OM OMmil
drawnal mil nilo of pry on al Twin Creek together wlti wltiilde Ith IthRldp
ilde claims clnlla and benches bllchea are nil ni under lo loatlon 0 0llon
atlon from No 0 10 above to No 2 below belown belowOn
On llon n thn th three tributaries of Clearyj Clelj known knowiB knownal
B Chathnm hnllli Wolf and Bedrock there ar arwo ae aetwo
al
two wo miles IIa of good Rood pay pn located locatedA
A grnt Rt deiil 1111 of freight is going lolnc Into Int th thleur thl
leur Rr Creek country from frm Dawson Dawlon the road roadicing rOldl
in excellent condition permlttln permlttlnearns
helnj icing lcelnt ondllot penltlng penltlngIraml
Iraml earns hauling two tons the entire distance distancehe dlatsnc
hulli entro
The he now n1 mine In 11 this thl district dlorlct are nreopnlnl opcnltii opcnltiiip
up ip In good Hhape hlp some of them produclni produclnis Jrurlng Jrurlngn
s high oo as 7000 70 The boundaries of thl thlistrict thll
hllh 1
district n now tnke tnk in Cascade Cncade Idge ldle nnr nnrileep Rnd RndHIlcP
HIlcP ileep creeks crlek which empty mp Into Mayo Lake Lakei IakpI
i body hOI of wnter ntpr thirty thlrt miles 1 les long IanI affordlm affordlmiheap arordin arordinchpl
I chpl iheap transportation trnllrtatlon The h feeders feet of thli thliake thlaInke
ake have ha 0 been Iln nearly all al prospected prpected am amiavo and andhlo
hlo iavo proved proel goldbearing 10ldohpnrlnl The Thl lake was waiipen wasoprn
ipen this thl season Rea on as late hitI ns al Not No 10 10In InJI
In JI White Whll Horso Horl district Victoria ncorla men ari arimgngcd arBIngRled
IngRled mgngcd In opening opellnl up a 1 copper mine and andeXlect nr nrixpect
ixpect to make mal shipments Ihlpmentl this thll winter winterPassengers wlltr wlltra8enlers
Passengers from Dawson IaRon report rport a reeorc reeorcif rlord rlordor
or if 5 a8enlers days and 2 hours hourl between hltweon Dnwsot Dnwsotind Dawlon Dawlonnnl
ind White Horse Hor over good roads on runners runnersravel rnnrrl
ravel is unusually unl8unly lively loly oo and the wcatbei wcatbeinore weathlr weathlrmorA
morA pleasant nlealant than usual nt this thl season seasonA Rlalon RlalonA
A third oil olluahor gusher is reported reportld on the prop proprty propPt
Pt rty of tho Alaska Development Company Companyn mpany
11 n Kayak aYAk district at a depth of o 000 00 feet feetCOLORADO tlet
COLORADO COLORADOCOLORADO COLORADOCOtORAO
COLORADO fipniNns SPllxns Dec is IICol Col Ver Verleokberg pr prdllkbcrll
leokberg commanding has his withdrawn wlhdrlwn mil milary mil miltry
dllkbcrll ary protection proolion from the th Abe Lincoln Ilnloln li lioverly In InPOlrty
try POlrty overly Mulch ulch American Eagle ERllo on Bull Dul Hill Hilliolden Hi
Ooldln iolden Cycle Crcll Strong Btronl Stratums StrattnR Independ Independnw
rn nw Hold old Coin Flndley Flndl Vindicator Hull Hullity
ity Flkton Elktol1 tho hiir hil Beacon lncon Hill Hi mines FI FIaso
Cf aso C K t t N 1 Old Sold old and other Cripple CrippleJreek CrippleCrepl
Jreek mines mlnf because the nonunion forcf forcfmployed torceflplold
flplold Crepl mployed Is adequate for their protection protectionrlpplH protectOI
Crillpl rlpplH Creek Crlek is il resuming resumlnl the thl activity that thatirevalled thatprlval
prlval irevalled before bofor the strike slrlkl The Thl December Decemberiroductlon Dpclmbr Dpclmbrproducton
producton iroductlon will wi be approximately 50000 0 torn tornif tanHof
of if 2000000 gross value valueThn alle alleh
Thn 1200 h output outpu fros of the Creeds mining district districtor dlstrt dlstrtfor
for or the year IRr ended pndld Dec 1 WAS wla 68090 6800 tons tonsn tonali
li n March and November Novmber the production productioncached prolotlon prolotlonrrlhpd
rrlhpd cached the th highest hllhost average alroll exceeding
70 000 tons tonl Considerable Conlldlrnble activity actvity Is apparent apparentu
In u various parts of the district districtThe distrIctTho
The Lexington mine yielded TleldA M008R OOI gross grossnns
tonl nns during rxnion the year rlar ended Deo 2 The Thnet Thenpt
npt et ralua was a ItO30 10304 The gross rOll value vluo was waslfl073R3
lfl073R3 Tho average nvergo gross 10ll valuo llue per ton tonras tonwal
18033
wal ras S295H the net value 110 1007 The grade gradeT IRdA IRdAot
ot T oro shipped Ihlp1 was 1110 n70 a ton higher than thanist thanInst
Inst ist year Mr The total decrease from last lastSTATION Inlt InltJINING
JINING JININGSTATtON
STATION A SINKING StiING MINING PUMPS PUMPSOrer PtP5 PtP5Orer
Orer 40000 00 CAHEllOV pumps pump In II dMIy dal uttMao uttMaoiry lllr lllrInr
Inr iry IIM 1M All al over the world glvta Ilvu tangible 1 lllble proof of ofMir orth
th Mir lr merit mut and confirms rnlns the claim for their lupert lupertrlty lper
0111 rlty over All Al others olber They Tey are ar conceded onclded to b b the thelost theCo1
Co1 lost durable dUlble reliable rlable and eOectlvr eatclv rnlnlnc mlnlDI pumpon pump pumpin
on n the market marklllday today and Id while whie often Dren Imitated Imlated are areever re renCIer
ever equalled equal d For or proof proof Inquire IDQulr of any an mining miningntlcrer mlnlnl
enlrer ntlcrer for catalogue find prices prces write any an of our ourMtdent ourmldent
Mtdent arenu areat or direct dlrlc to 1 tbe tbeA IbeA
A S CAMKPON CAU nON STEAM SEAM PUMP PUJIP WOnKS WOnKSfoot wonKs
foot 191 Cut Il jJ 1 St New Voik 01 Cltr Clr U S s A
years production was 8543S due to t t tstrike be bestrike
yearl produoton WI
strike and othercnuses affecting ufectn I production productionWAHII1NUTON proucton prouctonWAK
WAHII1NUTON WAHII1NUTONSBATTIK WAK INOTON INOTONEA
SBATTIK EA Dec uAccording Acoordlnl to the annu annureport annual annualrrport
report TU of the Taconia 1 smulter alQllr the outpi outpifor output outputfor
for 1003 was as follows tololS Gold 17 17eI41 31J < 1 ounce ouncevalued OUUCIAnluNI
valued to nt 3644377511 silver 1800831 1800831ouncoa 180083161 180083161ouncos
ouncoa valued utliilO40nUl at UJUOHJIS slver lend 22t 2483 S7 S7poundH 7 7poundH
aluell
poundH valued IIUO iitOM7S602 IltO67S602 copper 01IperI8RO463 01IperI8RO463poun 1088046 1088046pounds
pounds poun valued lhll nt l427s < i3t 314 < 4mafclng 4mafclnggrand IIIKlnl a aqranl
grand total of tho fourmetaU tour 142 metlis of IU3 7o3fl3U73l 7o3fl3U73lTho 3U730 3U7301he
Tho qranl 1he pay lJY roll rol shown Ihow thnt tmt 4iio 410 men were em employed pmIl0ypd
ployed receiving 204787nu In wages Th Thamount he heII0Ult
Ilge
amount II0Ult Il0ypd rO paid rlvlnl out In 1047618U freight frllht to the railroad railroadand ralrOld ralrOldnnd
and steamship Itellshlp companies OIPIII1 during durlns the yen yenwn ytlr ytlrwn
wn IsuonOt 5iOi 4 The luslnonH bl lneaH IH I the tl larget largetIn IRrllst IRrllstIn
In thn history hlstor of the nmelter The ores wcr wcrmlnod were weremlnll
mlnod mlnll In Washington Wuahlniton 81tltlr Alaska A alka Mexico IIXICO Cull Cullfornin Cul
fornin Oregon Idaho Ida 10 Montana lontlnal flritls flritlsi Irltah IrltahClumnlR
i Columbia ClumnlR Orelol1 and Coreii lorel The he plant lian ISH bee beeenlarged blpn blpnpnlarlo
enlarged pnlarlo several verll times tmrl to meet leet the demand demandof dlHnandaat
of a rapidly rpldl Increasing IncrenlnR business bUHlneA and arrange arrangeprovements nrranle nrranlementa
menta Iro being mud for 81 turthlr 1m 1mprovemlnts
provements provemlnts provemlntsU
IN THE TiE ntacn nlCI niuti niutiLKAD 1r
LKAD L AD S D Deo ISThe U 1he Hidden Hdden FortunOold Fortun PortuneOold
Oold Mining Company CompalY Is running Its Ia no nocyanide now noweanlde
cyanide plant nnd treating treatng about 200 20 tons tonl o ooro ot otoro
oro H day Much of this thll oro runs upwnn upwnnof ullward ullwardot
of 140 40 a I ton gold and nd with vlh oyanldatlon canldtlton am amamalgamation and andalalimton
amalgamation practically nil the thl value valueare llues lluesaro
alalimton pruclinly ul
are sTived I ed The 1h ore is essentially eM8entllh refractors refractorsbutmuchof rpfractor rpfractorbbu
butmuchof It contains free gpldwhlyh no nobeing
being bbu muchQt amenable contlllS to cyanide cYlnlde frl gPJcWhISIdl Is subjected 8ubJ Clc pt ptclng t tment 0 0arllaomnton
tho canlde trrnt trrntment
tlve arllaomnton ment This arrangement arranlement tololnl is II proving effec effectlve erec erectve
tlveThe tve The Columbus Consolidated ConoldatP Gold Mlninis Minim MinimCmpRny
two CmpRny plaoM ta conduotng The old shft dlep In eXloratons Haplt 1h 1hIs In Intwo
is down 800 10 feet and crosscuttlng crosacltng is II unae unaeway undr undray
way ay on that level to the ore Another shaf shafhaa lb af
haa ha been ben started at K point a mile mie north norh o oto on onthe
the same voln and Is being eQulp d with withIOIStngapPI
tu r dlep work The Thecmpany
IOIStngapPI cmpany ha e proYlelon tor a third Ibat
to be started tn midway ml way between these two an anprobably ana anaprobabl
probably to become the main working open openFng
blcme worknl Qpn QpnInl
Fng Inl probabl of th th1 mine All Al three shafts shats wlU Wl b bon b
on one of the greatest veins of the t Home Homestake Homoetke
stake system and will be so 0 arranged arrn = aa 1 ti tidevelop to todevelop
etke systm wl
develop that vein effectually This Thi vein a adUcloned aa aadlcloBo
erectualy
dUcloned dlcloBo In the shaft at Sawplt gulch Ileh I Is
47 feet wide on the 200 20 foot level levelUTAH levl
UTAH UTAHBAIT UTn UTnSALT
BAIT LAKH LARJ Deo UThe Gyp GYY y Bl BIRlr BIRlrmne l lmine
mine In Alta It will soon join the producer producerof prOucer
of mne that camp wi A strike was made a few tewdays tewdaysngo dav davago
ago at a omp depth of 185 11 feet tlrt uncovering uncoErlnl elgr elgrInches ellht ellhtInchos
Inches of ore showing 3S per Pr cent ontdllnd lend l lounces 16
ounces ounoa gold a ton tonThe tonThe silver Mlver 7 per Pr cent ent copper and an 80 cent centgold cnt
The usual December Decmber extra of 100 100000 o othe at atthe
the Stiver King Senator Sentor Kearnss mine a aPark at atIark
Park Siver City has been IEen declared declaredHORSE dtclarld dtclarldHORSE
HORSE FRIGHTENED FRIHTENED BY AUTO AUTOWoman AUTOWoman
Woman and Two Uaunhters Thrown Trw Frbt FrbtWagon F m mWaronone
Wagon Waronone one Berlotuly HerloUI Hurt HurtCAU Jurt JurtCALWEL
CALWEL CAU > WKLL N J Deo D 20 201n In a runawa runawaaccident rnway rnwayaccdent
accident accdent in I Roseland avenue last lst nigh nighMrs nightMr
Mrs Mr Rufus Cobb and her daughters daughtersSodloand dughter
Slo Sodloand and Edna Ena were thrown throw from their theircarriage theircrige
carriage crige and It is feared f0r the Injury ijur to Mrs MrsCobb Mr
Cobb will prove fatal fatalfrom fatl
Chb 11
Tey wre on theIr wy home to Rsld Rsldfm
from fm Caldwell Caldwel after ater a i itrip Crtma sbopping sboppingtp
trip Midway between btwen the two places plo a aautomobile an anautomobie
automobie automobile tp driven by Dr E B Lame Llne cam camup cme cmeup
up and caused Mrs J Cobbs Cobb horse hor to rea reaand rl
and plunge cu Tho automobile automobie was W8 quick quickturned qulcklr
but the hol gae a jump a
turned ture stopp completely cmpletely around arund upsetting upsttng th thcarriage the thecrage
carriage and throwing its Is occupnnts heavilj heaviljto heaI
crage orupnta
to the ground groundMm groundJr
Mm Jr Cobb landed lnde on her head hed and wa wapicked a
picked up unconscious unconsciousHer unconsclot
picke Her daughters daughter wore wr badly bly bruised brls Dr DrLaine D
Laine Line after attending to t the injured Injur tool toolthem tooktem
tem them borne hom in his bl automobile automobileWHITE automobie automobieWHITE
WHITE IN TROUBLE BEFORE BEFOREDad BEFOREDa
Da Dad Check Ceck Have Got the te Paterion Pteon Ma MaArrested an anArrtstd
Arrested Arrtstd Three The Tlmei TlmeiFrank Tlmr TlmrFnk
Frank Fnk H White Wble of Pat Pateln n on who wto w warrested wa wates
arrested tes on Saturday uy night on a charge oharg of ofpassing ofplng
plng passing worthless worhlel checks cbwa was arraigned aIged in inthe inthe
the Harlem police plc court cU yesterday yeateray and andheld ad adheld
da held day In 1000 10 ball bl for examination exmnton on Tues Tuesday Ts ¬
White has ha been bn arrested arstd twloe twic In Pater Paterson Patr Patrln
ln son for passing checks checl purporting pUrrlng to have havebeen hae haebn
bn been drawn drw by his hl father fatler Leonard 10nr White Whiteof Whte Whteof
of the Riverside RIverde Lumber Lumbr Company Compny White Whltwas Whitewa
wa was kj pt In jail jai on tho second scnd complaint complaintuntil cmplaint cmplaintut
until Iept six weeks wek ago and then got his hi free freedom fr ¬
ut dom In the custody ot tho probation prbton oOloer oOloerHe omcr omcrHe
i cstdy
He was wa not out of jail jai lone before bfor he te again againstarted agaln agalnsared
sared started at his hIl old tricks trcl and for the thewek lost lostweek
wek week the police ple have hve been bn trying tring to locate locatehim locte loctehm
hm him for forging forllng a check on the Chatham ChathamNational Chattam ChattamNatonl
National Bank nk of New York and ad one on onthe onthe
the Natonl First Firt National Natonl Bank Jk of this thi city Both Bothchecks Bth Bthcbeck
cbeck checks are ar for email sml amounts amountsSWEATSHOPS aounts aountsSWEATSHOP
SWEATSHOPS VERY VERI BADreaohrr BAD B4DPeachrr
Peachrr reaohrr Says sS Folks Who Bay Do Garment GarmentMade Garenta GarentaIade
Made tn I Them Tem Condone a Wrong WrongTho 1roni
Tho To Church Curh Association lton for the Advancev Advancevlent AdTance AdTancement
ment lent of Labor Lbor held Us Ie so s miannual anul ser service Ir Iric ¬
vice ic in St Chrysostoms Crsostom Chapel Chapl yesterday yesterdaymorning yesteray yesteraymorIng
morning morIng and the Rev Re Applet Appleton on Grannin Granninassistant Grnnl GrnnlMltnt
assistant Mltnt at St Michaels MlchaelB Church Curch preached preachedfrom prche
from tho text Thy Ty kingdom come comeReferring comeRferring
Referring to labor hero he said saidThere saidThere
Rferring There are no conditions conditons anywhere anywhereYork anyher
than In the Bwentlhope here In 1ew 1ewYorkIon
ole
York YorkIon long hours hour poor por pay and vile ie sur surroundings 8urroundlngs
roundings Ho urged his hearers hlarer to bam bamtogether bandtgether
together tgether for the abolition abolton of the sweatshops sweatshopsand
and said sid they were condoning a wrong wng b bpurchasing by bypurchasing >
purchasing garments made In them themOBITUARY themOnTl4R1
OBITUARY OBITUARYFnos OnTl4R1 OnTl4R1EnOR I
Fnos N Tnft Tar died on Saturday Snturdl of pneu pneumonia pneumonlllt ¬
monia monlllt at his home 134 St James JatpA place plnt Brook Brooklyn ¬ I Ihn
lyn in his seventyeighth sevontYollhth yenr He le was a alawyer I
lawyer 10 wyer and ald at first frst was rl a member mlmhr of the firm firmof frm frmof
of Mead A A Tnft Tnt and later of the flrm frm of Bene Benedict Bene ¬
dict Taft Tat A t Benedict For several prral years yearsback rars rarsback
back his bll son on Theodore M I Tnft Tar was his asso associate a8RO a8ROcat ¬
cat ciate He hud resided rp ldpd In Brooklyn Iroollrn for half a acentury aCEntlr
CEntlr century and always IlwaYI took n warm Interest In Inpolitics Inpoltcs
politics educational Idlcatonll and religious relliols matters matterstlo miler milerle
poltcs tlo was one 01 of thn founders foundlr nnd nld for many manyyears mnn mnnear
le of the Aclelpbl Academy Ho Howas
years ear a trustee truRtel Adehlll Acndery 10 10was
was also 11 0 actively Interested InlreFtl In the progress lrOlreAS of ofthe ofthe
the Young YOlng Mens lpnl Christian Chriltnn Association AAoCalon nnd nndwns nudns
wns ns long Ion a member trmber of the board of directors directorsHe dlrlctor dlrlctorlE
lE He was WI I B life lfl member mpmllr of tho Long 1011 Island IslandHistorical Jllund JllundHlstorial
Hlstorial Historical Society Hodlt He had Iar been a trustee of ofthe ofthl
thl the American Seamens Friend Society Hoeet for forthe forthl
thl the last forty tort years IIrl He le wnn wal a vestryman vestrymanIn vltrymln vltrymlnIn
In tho Episcopal Church of the t h Incarnation IncarnationHe Incnmton IncnmtonIleatl
ter Ileatl He ters leaves a widow two Bonn lon and three daugh daughters dallh dallhter ¬
tersAndrew Andrew Mnl lrlnl an who ho for over thirty thlrt years yearshad renrRhad
had Anlrl been tpn a I familiar famiiar attendant ntpldant nt lt Police PolC HfRd HfRdlllnrllrA Head Headniiartersln
lllnrllrA niiartersln In Brooklyn BrooknIR as messenger mrllenRrr to the BIIC BIICfcsslve SIC SICIIp
fcsslve IIp Chiefs Superintendents 811lr ntrndrntsnnd and Inspectors Inspectorsu Inslrtor
h u charge died 111 yesterday llrdlt nt lt hlf hlf home honl 212 212Fiftytilth 12 12FlfOtrh
FlfOtrh Fiftytilth street Itrprl lie II waR born hor In Scotland Scotlandyears Icotaud Icotaudrurr
years rurr ago and came Clnr to thl country rOlntn In his hisyouth hlHouth
youth outh After alO fer spending prndln seventl Irrll years PRr In tall talltornla nl
forla tornla he hI settled srtlf in Brooklyn Oen 111 lames lamesloiirdnn IAmeRIolrrnl
loiirdnn while Police 101 Commissioner CommloHlollr ap appointed ¬
pointPI pointed Iolrrnl him 111 on 01 the force rorC and detailed dltalrd him nr to tothn 0 0thr
thr thn oonlldentliil fonldPltJ post nt lt headquarters hranCuarterM He Hedischarged Hedlrchnrled
dlrchnrled discharged Its I dntlen dllh with such Alcb satisfaction satisfactionthat ARts facton factonthnt
that he WBS wo tetalned talnld hy h Supt Patrick Patrek Camp Campbell Cmnp ¬
bell and his hi suciepsors lCF orl and WBS n never called calledlo nltd nltdto
lo b1 do atour a tolr of patrol I11rnl duty dlt or don n uniform uniformpxcept unltormIxrpt
Ixrpt pxcept on Inspection In8prcton day dn HP H treated trEBtld all allvisitors al
visitors to headquarters hEndqlnrlrs with marked mnrkl courtesy courtesyHB cOlrt
HB Ialorl lirnves hnvl n son lon and two daughters dnlhtpr Editor FdltorAndrew Editorndrew
11 Andrew McLean of the Brooklyn roklrn Citiirn tln Is II his hisnephew hlalIphnw
lIphnw lIphnwJrs nephew nephewMrs
Mrs Cornelia C loy Io Dyer D er widow of a t the theRev theReI
Rev Jrs Heman ornlll Over fr I D D died die at a her resi residence rll rlldQp ¬
dQp dence Ilmln 111 East Seventeenth Splntlpnth street on Satur Saturday Batlr Batlrdn ¬
dn day afternooil Rfllrnoll II after Rfrr a I lingering InRrlnl Illness Inl She Shewasoneof Bhowla
wla wasoneof one of thechnrter Ihp chnrllr members Irrhlrs of the Ih Ladles LadlesChristian tndIII
Chrltnl Christian Inlon ore of thn first tr8t societies societiesIn Roelltls RoelltlsIn
In NW w York to aid selfsupporting rl lppornl women womenwliirh womln womlnwhl1
wliirh wns founded in 1857 IR 7 She was IVII also alsoH nloI
I H whl1 life member 1rhlr of < f the Oenenlogicat r nloglal Society Societyas HOIII HOIIIwel
as lfe well wel ns n member pmhlr of the th New fW York City CityStar Clr ClrHllr
Hllr Star Chapter hllhr Daughters nuFhttr of the American AmericanItevolutlon Alhrlln Alhrllnrollon
Itevolutlon rollon Mrs lf lyer WBS long nnd ald ac actively nl ¬
tlpl tively Interested Intrrr i In II phlliinliroilo Phllllhrolll genea genealogical IrIPI ¬
101101 logical and Uld literary lprnf work li 1 vlnir 11 written writtenRunny wrlll1
Runny Sil 1 Dnys ni Abroad AbrII Brief History Iltory of the theloy
loy 10 Family Frll Hecords Hlcof I of thn Dyer Family Familyind tnmlh I Innd
ind several hooks fir children ehldrrn A daughter daughterMiss dnllhilr
Miss 1 KatliiirineIoy 11111rlnl erri 10 Dyer survives IlnhI her herWilliam
William 1111 Bird Ird for many mln years rearl n meml mpmlwr mpmlwrof > or orif
if the Ih New SrI York orll Stock toclc hxchnnge xcIUllrl died dl siid siidlenlv ld lddrnh
lenlv yesterday IAtrdn at his home hot In Dunellen Duupltn N NI
I I Mr r Bird Ilrd sold his hi seat ut on the thl exchange exchangetnd IxchRnrp IxchRnrpnd 1
tnd nd retired rctrtd seventeen srpntlln years Inrl ago alo For many manyrears mnn mnnIar
rears Iar he had hnr charge clnril of the Stock Exchange ExchangeMisitiess xhunl
Misitiess of Unllenrlrn A Co bankers At Atme Aton
on me lsllla time he h lnllnrhn was treasurer Irusurlr of the Broadway Broadwayind Irondn IrondnalI
alI ind tme Seventh Avenue Aelr llnllroad fllrond Company Companylie
lie 0 wns WI iibout I hOlt no fl years old olr He I I married mnrrlld Miss MissKmma ls ls1lnl
1lnl Kmma Kerr 1lrl a daughter nuJhtlr of John and Jann Jannnn Ial
nn Kerr rrr His ia wife died In IRM Major MajorII
1 II 1C Bird rd Mllltnry Illnn Secretary trrftnrr to Oo ov Odell Odells Odrl
I s H son sonJudge on
Judge 11111 Noah NOlh llersliey IIrHhl Martin larll chief nf Ir thn thnllvlslon thoI
rhlflon llvlslon of claims olnlll of the thl Cjllrllrlrr CjllrllrlrrOIHrll Jmirlermasler JmirlermaslerJcnt
OIHrll Jcnt > riij < office a I veteran of the th civil 1 war warind wlr wlrnnd
I ind for thirtyeight thlrlrllht years nrl nn 11 employee IIPlo1 < of tl tlWnr lie lieAar
Aar Department Jepnrtmnl died nt his hiI home hor In Wash WashDglon
11101 Dglon on Friday rlcarln In the th sixtyfirst Ilxttrnl year rar of his hisige hl hlI
I ige 11 He le iwns 111 horn hor In II Phnmbersrmrg hnmhlrsblrl In Inind Ia IaRnd
ind served IP1N In II a regiment rlllnnt from frm that thHt State StateJerome RtlI
Jerome rollII H Shaw fhA of the thl Jerome JlrOne Inper IA r Com Comany Compnn
pnn any In Beeknmn Bprkmln street Rtrfot died Huodonly luddfb on onSaturday onfRllrdaj
fRllrdaj Saturday nlcht nt nt his home 314 31 Hancock Hancockitreet HRncocka
a itreet rplt Brooklyn In his hil sixtyseventh II year yearIf pr
1 If wns vn active acI in II Democratic Jpmocratc politics poltC In the theSeventeenth th thSfnlelllh
Sfnlelllh Seventeenth Assembly AH emb dlntrlct dltr c He le leaves a avidow awlro
wlro vidow vidowKliish
wlrollnh Kliish llnh W Weddaiigh WPrallh general jpneral counsel runel for forhe torthp
thp he Cirand Trunk Hallway Raiway died diA In Detroit Detroite Detroit3f
e terday tfrdeT of h hfarJ ari trouble He was wa born bliD bliDI In Inutches
I 3f Duthee utches county7f cunty Y In 1833 183 183h
h
SPORTING GOSSIP OF TODA TODAFRANK TODAYe TODAYeFRAK
FRANK FRAK FARHELL FAR EL RETURNS FRO FROAMERICAN FnOU FnOUAllmCA1
AMERICAN AllmCA1 LEAGUE I AOUl MEEflNG MEEflNGTalki 1EE7I1O 1EE7I1OTalk
Talk or Dealt and New Ulood Uoo for I ITeam 11 11TemFootal
Team TemFootal Football In the Gtrcttn Co CoI Cst CstJ
I D Wise 1lse 511OOTurt iaOOO Turf Succfsi Succfsihe SUffe ot otthe
he Keenw KfenrTlk Talk of a Uoxlns Doxlnl Ul UlTreasurer OU OUTreasurer
Treasurer Frank J Carroll nrel of the N NYork New NewYork
York American Leaauo L nguo Club arrived arrhe hon honfrom home hometrom
from Chicago yesterday morning Mr Fa Farcll Far Farrel
rcll rel attended atende the recent meeting moetng of the Amei Ameican Amerlon
can on League Legue In the Windy Olty Ofy and came awo awowith y ywith
with colon color flying tyln8 He le was wa not only elect electa elected electeda
a member mem ber of the board boar of directors dlrectrs but wi wialso al alalao
also placed on the rules rule committee oommltee whit whitwill whloh whlohwi
will wi confer with wih a ulmlar similar committee commiee appoint appointby appointed appointedby
by theNational the National League Iealue This Is the fir firtime nrt nrttme
time since New York first nrt appoared In tl tlcircuit the thecircuit
tme
circuit of n major league that a local roagna roagnahas magnate magnatehna
has been chosen eho en to t have a hand in4he ctakta ctaktafftfvitt maklll
fftfvitt 1 to gpv pvrp UI thonntlonal4ffame latona fame Mr MrFarol M MFnrrell
0 f
Fnrrell Farol has been a baseball 6asebat enthusiast eDthuslat fi fiyears tor toryoara
years and knows the workings worklnls of tho gan ganlike aame aamelke
like lke a book bookWo bookWo
Wo had a very ery satisfactory sltsfactory meeting meetingsaid mestnl
said ald Mr Farrell Farrel to THE SUN man yeBterda yeBterdaOur yelterday yelterdayOur
Our clubs club are all al In good shape flnanclall flnanclalland Inan aly alyand
and In a few fo days President Johnson Johnln wl wlannounce 1
announce the names of the men who are t ttake to totkl
take tkl the Washington franchise They IIM IIMwealthami hRe hReweathamlu11
weathamlu11 wealthami are knownfrom knowtrom ocean oean tooceai tooceaiOf toooean toooeanOt
Of course the most Important Importnt thing thinI from fromNew a aNew
New York standpoint stndpoInt Is new players playershave I Ihave
have several strings atrlnast to my bow and If thei theiare there thereare
are no obstacles obt olea I will wI land a couple cuple of me mewho men menwho
who will 11 just JUt about make the New Yorl Yorlchampions Yorks Yorkschampions
champions of the American League LeagueClark Ialue IalueClark
Clark Griffith attended atonde the meeting meetna an anhelped and andhelpe
helped helpe me a great aat deal In working the wire wireWe wireRWe
We have virtually vIrtualy traded trde Jesse Jee Tannehl Tannehlto Tannehi
to the Boston Americans for Hughes Julhl n flu flupitcher fle fleploher
pitcher ploher Whether we will 11 keep Hughes Hughl1 c cnot or ornot
not I cannot say for we may be able to maV maVhim make makehim
him flguro flure us A a factor In a trade of great greatvalue aenter aenteralue
value alue to t us W We have also scoured Thl r rBaseman rd rdBaseman
Baseman Unglaub who played great Ireat ball bnl fc fcMilwaukee tor torMiwaukee
Milwaukee Miwaukee last Ilt seon season Comlskey and Co Collns Col Collns
llns lns were wor anxious nxoua to t get this man but GrliTlt GrliTltwent OrUIh OrUIhwent
went In ahead aeld of them Unglaub will wi bo bogeneral n naoneml
general utility utiity Inftelder Intelder unless unlela lie la I include includeIn Include
In a trade I made an offer orer of 176 7600 cash t tAngus to toAnI
Angus AnI of Detroit for Pitcher Mullen Mulen bi biAngus but butAniul
Angus said he could not afford aford to t sell sel an anof any anyat
of his players Orlfflth wanta want Mullen Mulen an anwe and andwe
we will wi do our best bet to t get him himI
I have a line lne out for one one of tho best bOt pitcher pitcherthat pltohersthat
that ever stood lo II a box bx I will wi get him pro provldlng provldJnl
vldJnl vldlng a certain certin club secures lecres a man whoa whoacase whoaecase
case must be settled sette by the National Natonal Baseba BasebaCommission BaebRI
Comml Commission lon We need a star catcher an anone and andone
one will be signed before nee many days Befor Beforwe Detorewa
we get wi through b Bltne we will have the best beft bal balteam bal
thougb wi
team bar none In I the United Unite States bu bulaying but butJust
br
Just the le Wi 11 never be avorae to toplaYng
laying McOraws team a series tho gros grosreceipts arosareclp
plaYng receipts reclp to go to t charity charityPresident oharltyPreident
President Preident 10 Johnson Johlson was WI Justly Justy rewards rewardsit reware
it the meeting for his hard ha work In the Ameri Amerian
an leagues meetng Interest During Durini the scsaloi scsaloiKlllllea aes lon lonKiiea
Klllllea of Boston asked aske Johnson Johson to leav leavthe lenethe
Kiiea the room and ad then proceeded to advocate i ipresent a aprlsent
prlsent present of 15000 60 cash osh proceee to our hustling hustloa presi presilent prlll prllldent
lent It was wa at my suggestion sUlaeton that John Johnions JohnIons
ions salary was W raised rale to 10000 100 a year Ylar fo foleB tor torhel
Ions hel leB worth It all al The Th American Americ Ieagu IeaguTill Iealuo Iealuowi
Till have headquarters headfuBors soon in tbe Flatlroi Flatlroiaulldlng FlaUrol
wi aulldlng and ad then Johnson will bo here i igreater a aIreater
buidIng greater part of the time tme fle wi is 1 the smartes smartesjaaeball smaret smaretblebal
Ireater jaaeball par man In the country cuntr today todayIn toayIn
blebal In rnctard to the cases of George Darl Darlind DaTlsand
cae Oeorc
and Fielder rar Jones Jone wno are claimed clame by th thsew the theIW
sew York Nationals wo but blt who are on th thjr the thereervi
IW NaUop8s
or tho hlcao AmerIcas lot lotme
reervi me say that lat 1t they jr are allowed alowe to t play pIa wit witwill wih wihNew
New lew York there will be a baseball blebal war tha tharill that
rill put all others 1 In the shade These Thfe tw twlayers two twoplayera <
layers 1 will al otes stay where they have been as asIgned asslgne
Igned or 11 they may be b traded trade by Chlcasf Chlcasfo Chlcalo Chlcaloto
to slgne o some other American Amerc League Ieaguo club bill billhey butthey
hey will never be permitted permltad to go 10 to the theJew theN
wi
N Jew 1 York Nationals NationalsMr N aOlal8
Mr Farrell also 011 said There appear appearo appearsto
to o be a Farrel mistaken mlstakl Impression Impreslon regarding reaarlng th thictlon the theacton
ictlon taken at the meeting meetnl on the foul strike strikiule strikerle
rle acton ule It WAS not abolished abolshe as has been re relorted reporte
lorted but the consensus of opinion was tha that tat tatIt
porte It t should be abolished aboU he Though the sentlmen sentlmenhe senlmpnt senlmpntas
as shoid unanlmoua In thl It wa not tnl On Onthe
the he contrary the commit commiter comm tte appint to cn cnter
ter er with the National Natonal League Llae committee cmmitee a ao
to o rules received full power ower and the America Americaeaguedeclded Amarlon AmarlonLealuederde
recive tul
eaguedeclded to abide by any changes chanlea mad madr mode modeby
Lealuederde by > r the joint committee cmmitte alY This leaves Ioel th thout the thefoul
foul determine determineProtNslonal out letermlned letermlnedProfessional strike strke rule rle as s one of the matters materl to b bletermlned be bedetermine
Professional ProtNslonal football tootbal does doe not appear app ear t te to tobe <
be > e a source lurc of profit proft to its promoters promoter Las Lasreek Lat Latwllk
wllk reek the football totbal tournament In the Madlsoi MadlsoiIquare Maison MaisonSquare
Square Iquare Garden Garen was wa the biggest kind of i irost a afrost
frost James B Wise who managed the af afair attalr
air told THE Sew mnn on mnnale Saturday nigh nighhat nightthat
that hat he had lost lot nearly nlrlY In 12000 120 on the thl week weekAr Iek IekIr
Ar Wise Wlsl who w W1 s formerly tormlrly Mayor layor of Water Waterown Watertown
town own N T Is I a football toot bal enthusiast enthusIa punown pun purennd
nnd Ilmple has promotd the Vater Vaterto
own n eleven 10 made up of wellknown welknown ex exollogft excolrlB
to ollogft players player who are well el paid lald for thel thelervlces thelenleR
colrlB enleR ervlces and has ha earned the reputation reputaton o oleltiic of ofbplnl
eamP
leltiic a same sportsman through upper New Neifork NewYork
bplnl fork Mr laml lr Wise 8pormlI figured narld that the uppr fame o oVatcrtown ot otWltrtown
Wltrtown Vatcrtown on the gridiron gIdiron had reached reachP thl thlity thla thlaclt
clt ity nnd that the public puhlo was wal clnmorlne camorln for i ineeting I
neeting between bis eleven and tho Frank FrankIn Frankln
meetnl In PH team raide hi up of former Unlverslt Unlversltjf Unlrltr UnlrltroC
ln jf Pennsylvania ennarlvlla mle playern Ho 10 after rentim rentimhe rEntnl
the he Garden for one week at SI 1000 0 a night nllht h hnade he hemada <
nade arrangements to have Franklin Frankln tacklVatertown tackle tackleWatprtown
hve
Vatertown aronlemlnt and costly arrangements arranlemlnta the thevere thoy thoywere
were too for he cQty paid the Franklin Frankln tear teari2100 telm
i2100 In cash alter altlr the game on Thursday Thursdaylight Thuradn Thuradnnight
lama
light 110 I But he was willing wllni to back up hi hiixpense his hiseXlln
ixpense B account and never think of It ngali ngalif nlaln nlalnIf
eXlln If f watertown Wotlrtown had been able abll to pull pul victor victormt victory victoryout
mt of the flre Tho attendance from the ver verBKlnnng vry vryhglonlng
fre
BKlnnng was a disappointment but Mr MrMSB r rWlsa
WB I
MSB thought thoulht that Saturday would get fIt bin binmt himout
mt of tbenole the hole evidently e1denty forgetting torletlnq tho nov noviridce nml
iridce iu n counter attraction night Rlht up t the to tothe <
brldlo 1 I atracton
the he end Mr Wlso Wl0 met every eVlry obligation oblllton unr unrfter 111 111ater
eml1lr
fter the agony was ai over he declared that hi hirould ho howould
would ater come again next year probably durlni durlniThanksgiving durlnl
Thanlglvlnl Thanksgiving week weekHow pek pekHow
How many schoolboys ecloolbos who took part li lihe In Inthe
the he foothflll footbll game 1 I In the Garden Saturdn Saturdnfternoon Haturdny HaturdnyIfrroon
Ifrroon fternoon and played under assumed names nameserelved num numreeled
reeled erelved money monr for their services Benlcls Twt Twtjoys wo wohoa
hoa joys who played pllld were seen eln counting cOltltna over overnoney O < r
noney on na tlicy Ihe went out of the Ila Garden No Noiody11
0 hod iody11 1 I know the dltlerenoe dlrpnc Mid one to tin tinther theothrr
ther und who knows mo My II name waihompson wai wns1horpn
1horpn hompson just Ju t for the t afternoon ernoon r rIt
It 1 has been figured flrr up that the horses owned ownedy owne
h y James JamPJ R R nnd Foxhall Foxhal P Keene Kene both her hernd hlre hlreund
und nd In Kngland during durinA the past season afnson won on
110000 00 In Btikes Itlke and purses pur8a The Keenetood Keene
100 tood second stcond to W 0 W Whitney hlney in the thl IH IHf lHt
of f achievements on Amnrtcian AmorlCan tracks Irlckl Turf Turfirn Turtm
m irn n Ray that the Keenes CastletoTi Caltet Stud ha haeveloped hRI
eveloped Into Int n I veritable erltble mint and rould rouldot ouldnot
dlllol not ot be purrhnsed d for less than l000ooo l000ooond 100
In additon 10 Ihe Ialonl Klnllol
nd Horoscope Horoscpl the thl note Keenes KronO are lre Boon Ioon to show showho Rhowtho
tho ho get of the celebrated Voter and TommandCi CommRndoThp TommandCihey
Thp hey have hovl thirtytwo thlrt > two yearlings IUrlnIM which IhlJh wll wllie 11
b ie trnlned trnlnl by b James Rowe for next seiisoni seiisoniampnlgn stlsonH stlsonHcampaign
campaign campaignFuler ampnlgnFuller
Fuller Fuler Is II a wonderful boy no mistake mistakenid mistakeIald
Iald nid a 0 prominent turfman yesterday YI8tfrdIY aftei afteiending aftlr aftlrfndlng
fndlng ending of the hoys rld rdu on Witful WIlul in th threscent tho thorPMCIt <
rescent City Clt Derby Derb It I was only a 1 yem yemjolnst fIr fIr1101lat
1101lat jolnst month that hn first frst got Into the saddli saddliit
it ho lAd nil ni the boys bOYI on the th Kantern Easter tracks trackshis tacks tacksthll
thll his year pnr in point of winning wlnnlnl mounts mountl Aftei Afteinklng Atlr Atlrtlklnl
tlklnl nklng a rent at the conclusion of the Denning Denningleeting Bennlnntletna
leeting Fuller Fulpr went wlnt to Chicago Chlonlo and nd forgot torlot
tletna ll about physlral phral sl training tralnlnl to keep down downn
11 to n weight Illht When bpn he got to t New Orleans Orllans he herelghed hewelhP
relghed 10 pounds poundl stripped ItrlppP but after Aftr a alltht anlht
welhP
lltht In the baths he hI was WQ able to make mlke 114 114lie 14 14thp
nlht thp lie weight carried clrll by Wltful Last Ilst summer summeruller summerFnler
uller weighed around 107 or 108 and was wasonstanlly wasonstunlly
Fnler onstanlly flahe warned that If he did dl J0 not change changeils chanae chanaehlR
hlR ils habits hlhlts lie I warl would soon be too heavy hlavy to ride ridet rIdeat
at t nil He will wi have to take tnkl excellent exCIBnt care of ofilnmelf othimelf
ilnmelf al II this winter If I hn hI expects to make makesuwedB makeI
I suwedB all1 hero hlro next seanon seanonState ap801 ap801Htntl
State Htntl Senator Jamett JamEH J Frawley FrAleY Intends Intendl to toitroduce toIltreucl
Iltreucl itroduce another boxing boxng bill bi as soon as the theest thonllt
nllt est Legislature lnturB convenes nt Albany Albay It Is Isnid II
Raid nid that Jlg Frawley will wi have the support of ofammnny atTalmln
Talmln ammnny particularly paricularly that of Leader IeaderCharles IeaderCharlesF Charles CharlesMurphy
F Murphy and Senator P H McCarren and andhat andthat
Mcarrenl
that hat a number of Influential Infuentia Republicans Republicansave Rlpubl
have ave promised aid when the proper time timerrives tme tmeIrrlveB
IrrlveB rrives Senator FrawleyB bill calls cala for slx slxDund Ix Ixround
bi
round bouts with 1lh no decision high license licensees
fl > > es for incorporated Incorporate boxing boxlnl clubs cuba a State Stateix ftte fttetlX
tlX ix and the appointment acpolntUlnt of a corps corpl of physl physllans
lans to examine ram ne all al contestants contltnts before bltore enfer enferort en lr lrhiI
the ring henlthtul
hiI Boxlal I a hnm OS OS8port
8port ort when properly prolerly trained traine men indulge indulgei Indul e eIn
In i It I and when fakirs are barred barre The public publici uh 10 10IH
IH i Inclined to manifest manllst more Interest InterlIt in rn tho thooinirs t 10 10olnll
oinirs olnll InclnP of the ring artists arlata than thln ever before beforer betorl
I r Senator Spnnt or Frawley Is suocesHful SUo11f11 there tlnre will willJack wi
be boomln
I leRt boJlngaloverhooountry boJlngaloverhooountryInk
Jack Munroe vlll wi probably be matched match to toelit tofiht
fiht elit Tom Sharkey Sha1eytoay today If I he whips hlps the then the thelor
n lor he will w1 bn in line lne for a match maoh with withnfrries4shnrkey wIthllrrles
llrrles nfrries4shnrkey 8hnrkey hni ha not amounted to much muchluce nmohIIICl
IIICl luce the terrific terrlfo beatings he received from fromTries tramhlrlcB
hlrlcB Tries and Fltzslmmons FIZlmmona In the receIve days dtta ot the theorton thoHorlon
Horlon orton law In but he Is still stl a physical marvel marvelnd mlvll mlvlland
and nd b bleva llovnt thai bat be h can Cn fit tt himself hlm phsical lt for a win winIIIK wInnlll
nlll IIIK battle bltle against Munroe which would wouldntltlo wonldmtte
ntltlo him to another Inothlr go at the champion championliarkey
liarkey mtte never nelerw was clever His JII best blBt ohamrlon ohamrlonSharkey fight Olh wns wnsgainst nl
gainst Jeffrie when hln clver he hf had Tom OTtourke OTtourkeehnd ORourkeblhnd
blhnd ehnd him Jptrl Munroe knows less I al about box boxig boxInl
Inl ig than fiharkey fharke but as a both are ae powerful powerfuli Iolrtul
In i physique snd also llo game g mp they thl may ma provide providethrilling provld8a
a thrilling thrilng setto Munroo MunrO ha hu the anvantage anvantagef anvantlo anvantloot
ot f being beig younger oWler and ad is I rapidly rpidly Improving Impro1lng
n IMV AN nn l ALL ALLUvrly 4I 4IUnl
Uvrly Unl Matchei at Hroohljn Prookl H C and nrt i iEKIHI at atEan
EKIHI Ean anil ant Tarrnnts TarrnntsThe frrants frrantsThe
The court of t the Brooklyn 8rooklYI Handbill InlinblU Cli Cliat Club Clubat
at Degraw UegrnI street was Wil crowded orolde yesterday YOItIrday nr nrthere and andthere
there was WIS n 1 dozen do en or so of the best IHt mntchi mntchiseen mntchlI mntchlIaeen
seen this thl senson Inaon The veteran Jiimes Jii Dunr Dunrnnd 1unnl 1unnland
and Dr Olllcm Olen had hld awarni tussle but bUlalthoulh bUlalthoulhthe althoua althouathe
the oldtlmer oldtrtr put up n splendid Bpllndld defence defencehad he hehud
had to glvd way WiY to lathe the doctor roctor Litter 1ltlr In tl tlday the thedlY
day dlY Dr Olllen Olen iloubled Iioublld up with James Jlmel Dunn DunnJr Dunnt
Jr and they defeated I 1 Curloy CurIo and an I Dunr DunrIn DunnoIn
In two straight strlaht games gamesI gamel
I II Proudfoot IS MO MOMMcAvoy 10 21 21M
MMcAvoy M I lco Proutol 21 I 21 I IDMolloy 10 10VMaloy
DMolloy 21 3 10 10Wdilaltr
VMaloy Wdilaltr VMInter VMInterJ 6 21 21T 21 21J
J Dunne Sr SrDr Ir 16 20 20Dr
Dr Olllen Olln 21 21 21J
J 19 19R
R I IT
T Uunnt aDd P Corby CorbyJ 16 16J1unne
J J1unne Dunne Jr snd ed Dr Olllen OlllenII Olen 21 21 21n
II Hole lol 8 andT aad T MoAvoy MoAvoyC 11 21 IS t 21 1 1
C HtklelRh lat llh and ed T Dooley DooleyOfo Oler 21 19 21 10 2 2so 21 21OfHrv
Ofo Hiyiry so 2 to ai 2 2t 21 2116
PShultz PShultzHi OfHrv t SI 16 > 1 18 18I
Hi I IletAn llr and ed GDfown GDfownH C ntb i IS 2113 21131lcltrandJDI
H 1lcltrandJDI Iltcher and J D Erben ErbenJ 17 21 2121
J Hlnehy i iT 21 21 i 21 21T
T Dooley DooleyJ UooJ y 12 18 1 16 16J
J Wnllace and S Henry HenryM 18 21 2 2t 2tM
Wllacelnd
M Slater ad nd K 1 Lee 21 ID I III 19 191lcre
II IlcgUl Zl 21 21PShultz 21 21 21P
PShultz P 1lcre Shulz 10 15 1 1The 1
The usual bunch of regulars rlllarl put In an nt ntpearonco II IIparanc
pearonco at Egans In Jersey Jone City and nd thervvro ther threW1ro
W1ro paranc vvro Home lome rnUlltiff rnttlng matches tcheR Mike Uk JJgan JJganwho aan aanwho
who Is II practising practJlna hard hld for his match wit witHerllhy Ith IthHerlhy
Herllhy Herlhy the Irish Irsh champion figured flred In tw twrubbers two tworubbra
rubbers rubbra With Wih Tom Fleming a al a partne partnehe prtnlr prtnlrhe
he opposed Jim Flaherty and W Joyce an anthe and andthe
the oppae burly Mike lm with his comrade omrde won b btwo by byto
two games Marel to one aie Immediately Inunldlatelr after oftr Egar Egarsingle Elan Elantlllll
single handed tackled Flaherty and Joyce Joyceand JOCl
hlnde
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and by b n I singular IIngu11r coincidence olncldonc the score Icore am amthe anuthl
the thl result were wlre exactly excty tbe same sameOeorge sameG
Oeorge G Ncl andW OKeefe 20 21 I IP 18
P 1 ole KrhoR Rehol and nd E Hanley 21 IB 9 9J I IJ
J Bean andT T Mullen 21 21 21M 7 7M
M Clan Kenny K lny ed and In M Malon Walsn 17 17 1 i iM 21 21M
21 19 2 2J 21 21J
M Bean and T 1 Fleming
J Flaherty Ilabery Plan and ad W Joyce II 21 I IM 10 10M
M E Eran n 21 18 J JJ 21 21J
J Flaherty FIAer and W Joyce 12 21 1 1P 10
P Dyrnes and W Joyce 21 21 2 2J 21 21J
J 1 Ulan le and T Flaherty FIAcrty 10 17 1 1At 18 18At
At Tnrrants court Jersey City the moa moanotable mOlt mOltnoUble
notable noUble match math was W a five fvo game affair aralr bo botweon boo boohlon
tweon OKeefe and McMahon and Krugeand Kruge Krugerand
and Flnherty OKeee After a session slaalon of very clos closscoring cl08escorIng
scoring Flaherty rlalerty and Kruger Kuler won by thre thregames threoaamea
games to two twoM twoM
M OKeefe and M McMahonIS 21 19 21 1 1J 1
J Kruger Krrer And nd Jim Flaherty Flaherty21 21 l 10 21 18 2 2P 21
P 1 ODrten OOren and M McMahon It 21 1 1T 1
T OKeefe and T Ueacltle Meaclle 21 19 2 2M I IM
M Sullivan Sullva ad jid J CiAO 21 21 1 1J 18 18J
J Cleary Clear and II I McCarthy McCrlhy H 10 2 2a 21 21S
a S Tarrant TaratandJ and J Howe 21 20 2 2 2J 21 21J
J J Flaherty fhery and nd M Fitzgerald 11rerad 18 21 1 1H Ie IeH
H HaneMeln Habe tlD and A Kehoe 21 18 tl 2 2H 21 21H
H McOreavey McOrae aad ad D Clancy Cllcy 14 1 21 1 1HOCKEY ro roHOOKEY
HOCKEY HOCKEYFirst HOOKEYFrst
Frst First Came Game In Amateur Amteur Leatroe Lape Tomorrov TomorrovThe Tomorow TomorowTe
The Te Schedule ScheduleThe Schnue SchnueThe
The first frst gome IMle of hockey In tho tournamen tournamenof tournaent tournaentottheABtourHockey
of ottheABtourHockey the Amntour Hockey League Llguewl will be playet playetat playe
at the St Nicholas Skating Skatnl Rink tomorrow tomorrowevening tomorrowevenlnl
evening evenlnl The Wanderers Wadarera formerly the St StNicholas StNlohola
Nicholas Nlohola Skating Skatnl Club will wi meet the New NevYork NewYork
York A C team t On Wednesday Wenelday the Brook Brooklyn Brok Broklr
lyn Skating Club and the Crencent Cre eent A O teami teamiwill tems
lr Sktn
will play the first game In Brooklyn at th ththe thf <
11 Cleront A venuo Ink Tha sch ulel of ofthe
the three Important Iportnnt leagues ealUI are as follows followsAmerican talows talowsAmercAn
American AmercAn Amateur Hockey Hocley League LrucD Dec c 22 22Wanderers 2
Wanderers aderers H 0 vs s N V A C at St Nicholas
23 Brooklyn a C vs VI Cretcent Crlent A C at Clermont ClermontJan ClermoalJaDI
2 JaDI Jan Jiroily 5 N Y A C va Brooklyn Brollrn tl C at a Clermont Cleront
1 7 Wedeer Vanr1v r n Tf rl n Hockey 1nb v nlnh Cub 01 at S Nlch NlchDIu KTInh KTInholaj
olaj IS Wanderers Waderer H C vs s Brooklyn Broilya S O at atSt al
St Nicholas H Crescent CrceDI A C vs Hockey Club Clubal ClubW
al Clermont 19 Hockey 0 Club vi Brooklyn B S C Cat
8 8t
at St W Nicholas g ia 22 2 N Y f A C vs Crescent A C Cat
at St Nicholas 28 N Y A C va Hockey H ke Club al alSi
Si t Nicholas f 29 Crescent e A C vs Wanderer WandererH a re reH
H C at Clermont Cleront Feb t Wanderers 1 C vs vsN VMN
N Y A C at St NlchoUu Nlhol 6 Crescent Creseat A C vs vsflrnnMtti S SUr
flrnnMtti fi < T t Pl rmnnl o fTrcb tr nitK tc tcWanderers
Wanderers Ur g rSil H C taf at St Nicholas rt 0 s 10 8 N Y ut A C Cvs
vs 8 BrooUyln Brolqln S C at St Nicholas 16 Brooklyr BrooklyrS Brolln BrollnS
S C vs 8 Wanderers adcrer H C at Clerraont Cleront 18 Crescent CrescentA Cre nt ntA
A C vs s Hockey 1oke Club at St Nicholas lclolu 2 24 Brooklyn BrooklynS Orklyn OrklynS
S C v s Hockey Hokey Club at Clermont 28th Crescenl CrescenlA CseDt CseDtA
A O v N Y A C at Clermont ClenJoat Uar lar 4 Wanderer WandererII Waderrs
II 1 C vs Crescent Crlenl A O at A St Nicholas Nichola 9 Hockey HockeyClub 1ole 1oleClub
Club vs N Y A C at St Nicholas NicholasIntercollegiate Nlcbola Nlcbolave
Intercollegiate a r Hockey H c caL aL Learue Jan Brown Brownvs
vs Princeton r tfe tfeH 14 Yale i vs Columbia fuuI fuuIn2gH n2gH n Harvard Harvardvs < a ava
vs Princeton PrDreln 27 Yale Yae vs 1 Brown Brwn SO 1 Hartaid HUar vs vsColumbia vsClumbIa
Columbia Feb nrown nrwa vs Columbia ClumbiA 18 Yale Yal vs vsPrinceton vsprcln
vs Princeton prcln ClumbIa Harvard nar 17 1 27 Columbia Clumbia final game gameInterscholastlc vs v Princeton Prnola 20 2 Yale Yalevs 018 018va
Interscholastlc Hockey League March 2 Colum Columbia ¬
bia Grammar vs Cutler 10 Berkeley vs Da La LaI1
I1 19 rtltt rl n Ijt KAlf IS rllnmtllft flfmm flfmmmar
mar vs Berkeley 17 De La Salic vs Columbl ColumblGrammar
Grammar It Cutler vs Berkeley BerkeleyCroMConntry
CroMConntry Banning BanningThe
The weather yesterday proved dlsastroui dlsastrouito
to the croMcounty enthusiasts and some someof
of the Important runs scheduled were aban abandoned ¬
doned and the only athletes to brave the rain rainand
and wind were the members of the Mohawk MohawkA
A C A few hnrdy runners of this club clubengaged
engaged In an eight mile spin In the direction directionof
of Mosholu Parkway and back to Walton Waltonavenue
avenue and issth street Andy MucKecbnle MucKecbnlemado
mado the pace nil the way and was first home homehis
his time being 54 mlmiteH 10 seconds George GeorgeScotUnler
ScotUnler was second about 100 yards be behind ¬
hind tho leader and C Nichols was third thirdsome
some fifty yiirds in the ronr of Seethalcr SeethalcrAn
An Invitation handicap run was planned plannedby
by the Star A C and n horde of runners runnersresponded
responded but tho contest wns postponed postponeduntil
until next Sunday The Brooklyn A U nnd nndNational
National A C packs were not out outKtiKlish
KtiKlish sporting puperx to hand yesterday yesterdaycontuln
contuln tho iiccount of tho Midland counties countiesjunior
junior six miles handicap It was held near nearBirmingham
Birmingham It was won by C Hodgetts Hodgettslllrchfleld
lllrchfleld hnrrlcrH with a ihnndlcnp of 3 3minutes
minutes 10 seconds in the Hctuiil time of 4t 4tminutes
minutes 47 seconds Sixtyone starters toed toedtho
tho murk for the competition competitionSeventh
Seventh Regiment Shooting ShootingThe
The following matches were shot at the theSeventh
Seventh Regiment Kiflc Club on Saturday Saturdaynight
night
CLASS UATCI1 UATCI1Sern
Sern C J Austin Co C 84 a aLieut
Lieut OvS Towle Co U S4 s sSrrjt
Srrjt I F Krust Co E S3 3i t tI
I I Clarke veteran S3 31 i iCorporal
Corporal C M Kervan Co n 54 y > e eHANDICAP
HANDICAP MATCH
200 S09 To Toidi
idi ml tlcn Ket KetUeut
Ueut O S Towle Co D H J4 < W M MI
I 1 Clarke veteran 33 3 os 4 s4 s4Private
Private A S Walker Co BK t M S is isCnrnIW
CnrnIW S CroxtonCo O33 S3 m 4 4Ll
Ll L W Stotexbiiry Co Fsa 32 ft5 3 i iThe
The following nuallfled as sharpshooters sharpshootersPrivate
Private I C Meyer Company C si 35 en enPrivate
Private F M Roughton Company 3 no
3565 Lieut O S Towle Company D nunll nunllncld
ncld nsnn expert with 68 deliberate 77 rapid rapidliro
liro totnl MS MSSUatlng
SUatlng Races In Clermont Rink RinkMorris
Morris Woods of Euclid School Urooklyn Urooklynhe
he national amateur champion speed skater skaterlofeatnd
lofeatnd nil of the crnuks who were placed placedvlth
vlth him on the scratch murk on Suturdny Suturdnylight
light at the Clnrmont Avenue Kink Drook Drookyn
yn It WBS a weekly Clnss A handicap event eventHid
Hid Guy Lymuti of the rikntlng Club of Brook Brookyn
yn won He had 110 yards start and this thislg
> lg handicap wns too much for Woods to toivercome
ivercome ivercomeOneMile
OneMile Handicap Class B Won by Stanley StanleyIldredee
Ildredee Polytechnic Preparatory School 00 00ards
ards Sterling Martin HermM A C W yards yardsecond
econd M Kearney Brooklyn 120 yards third thirdrime
rime 8 minute 3 4S seconds secondsOneWile
OneWile Handicap Class A Won by Guy GuyymanSkitllnrCluh
ymanSkitllnrCluh of Brooklyn 110 yards Morris MorrisVoods
Voods Kiirlld Schonl scratch lecond Cu stolr stolrVlnthrop
Vlnthrop A C 110 yards third Time 2 minutes
3 seconds secondsNew
New Orleans Kntrlw for To < 1 y yFirst
First Race Six and a half furlongs furlongsxiuls
xiuls Kraft 110 llarmakls 100 100alernlan
alernlan 100 Chanlay ion iontlnirs
tlnirs Charm 100 Banwell 100 100llawatba
llawatba ion Hcxara ing ingSarence
Sarence lOOICaybon iiio iiioSecond
Second Race One mile milelonmot
lonmot l07Capt Arnold a arlbesllIU
rlbesllIU 107 Rankln t tlucena
lucena OfllFloydK e eIlsleL
IlsleL OBISabot 06 06anNess
anNess 86 Stand Pat no noJaronet
Jaronet 991 Mrs Frank Foster FosterThird
Third Ilace Seven furloncs furloncsloldltr
loldltr of Fortune 108 AleomTl 100 100ilsantbrope
ilsantbrope 103 WreatbofIT 100 100ironx
ironx 103 Mrrondale M MaShark
aShark 103 Overhand OverhandElneCroker
ElneCroker 10S Inquisitive Olrl i iiltronquln
iltronquln 100 Mildred L 05 05Fourth
Fourth Race Handlcapjone mile andZoyKrds andZoyKrdsondate
ondate ondatelynheer loo Kxclamatlon Kxclamatlonl03Uauser
lynheer lynheerFifth l03Uauser l03UauserS
Fifth R oe oelilmofGlleai S Ulne seven furlonis furlonisUMIKentuckyMuddl
lilmofGlleai lilmofGlleaiJandsAcrojs UMIKentuckyMuddl
JandsAcrojs JandsAcrojsSorthuiBtOtt 103 Annie Mai
SorthuiBtOtt SorthuiBtOttyernla 100 1 circus Olrl
yernla yernlatacbeth 89 BudKmbry
tacbeth tacbethount 9Atheola 9Atheolavi
ount TmOut TmOutSixth vi i iOne
Sixth Raci RaciraM One mile and 70 yard yardIKjMalny
raM raMatlre IKjMalny
atlre
KILLED nEARIffO GIFTS GIFTSOlrl
Olrl Carrying Cnrlitntai I rctenti Ho HoHtrticU
HtrticU by Train TrainTAnnrTOWv
TAnnrTOWv N Y Deo 20 The boi boiof
of Mies Susan 0 Berger was found la lalast
last night lying on the New York Centr Centrnallroad
nallroad tracks nearly opposite Lyndhurt Lyndhurttbe
tbe country estate of Miss Helen M Gou Gouat
at IrvlngtonontheHudson by her fathc fathcHonry
Honry Merger who la employed by ML MLGould
Gould as a gardener gardenerShe
She hod been to New York with her slut slutto
to buy Christmas presenlB and scattert scattertalong
along tho railroad tracks her father four fourtbe
tbe gifts which she hod intended for h hparentH <
parentH brothers and sisters Her boti botiwas
was badly mangled She hod apparent apparentstepped
stepped out of the way of one train ar argot
got in the path of an express from tho wee weeMr
Mr Berger who was sitting In his horn hornhad
had a premonition that Bomothlng he hehappened
happened to his daughter when she fallt falltto
to return and suddenly jumping up sa sato
to his wife I am going down on the tracl traclto
> to look for her Maybe she has been burt burtMr
Mr Berger walked toward Irvlngton ar arHOMELESS
HOMELESS Iff SYNAGOGUE SYNAGOGUEShelter
Shelter In Dayonne for Families prlvi prlviOut
Out by Fire FireThirtyfour
Thirtyfour families who were roa roahomeless <
homeless Saturday by the destruction b bflre
flre of the six three story frame flats on Av Avnue >
nue C between Eighteenth aridNlhetkeril aridNlhetkerilBtreota
Btreota Bayonne wore sheltered yesterda yesterdain
in the Snogogue Beth Abraham Avent AventC
C and Twentyflrst street Many of tl tlfamilies
families lost everything they had Tr Trnumber
number made homeless was about 200 200There
There was almost a panic when the wot wotof
of identifying the household goods save savefrom
from the flre which were stacked In a aopen
open lot began and the police had to b bcalled
called A man who aaid he was Williai WilliaiWebster
Webster of 23 East Twentyflrst atre atrewas <
was arrested for trying to steal some of th thA
A number of cltr official yesterda yesterdaformed
formed a committee to make a tour of th thcity
city to procure contributions of clothln clothlnfor
for the victims of the flre flreNEWSBOYS
NEWSBOYS HOME FIXED VP VPChant
Chant M and Betterment In tbe Old Dnan DnanStreet
Street Building BuildingAfter
After being closed for repairs for nearl nearlsix
six months the Newsboys Lodging House Houseat
at Duane and New Chambers streets i iagain
again open openThe
The old dark stairs leading to Duan Duanstreet
street have been replaced by a wide wel wellighted
lighted flight of stone steps loading to Nei NeiChambers
Chambers street A new doorway and ai aiartistic
artistic illuminated sign presented by on onof
of the managers of Tiffanys make thi thientrance
entrance attractive attractiveThe
The assembly room has been repaintec repaintecand
and has a new hardwood floor New steam steamfitting
fitting and plumblnjr have been put through throughut
ut in good shape an anor
or more boys than ever before beforeTHREE
THREE DIE IN FIVE DAYS DAYSAnd
And a Fourth of Policeman Tynans Chi Chidren
dren li DylnK of the Same DUeaie DUeaiePoliceman
Policeman Edward F Tynan of the Alex Alexander
ander avenue station has lost three chlldre chlldrewithin
within five days and a fourth child is dying dyingAll
All were a Holed with scarlatinal menln menlnigttis
igttis igttisTynans
Tynans fiveyearold daughter Margare Margaredied
died on Wednesday Eugene a yea yeayounger
younger died on Thursday and Edward
10 years old died on Saturday Walter WalterS
S years old in Ul of the same diseaseam diseaseamthe
the doctor said last night that there wai waino
no hope for him himThe
The Tynans live at SS2 Forest avenue avenueIhe
Ihe Bronx and all tho children attendee attendeetho
tho public school at Eagle avenue anc anc103d
103d street streetJAIL
JAIL INSTEAD OF WEDDING WEDDINGIllbert
Illbert Who Bound Illmielf In Waion Waionto
to Be Confined Fifteen Dayi DayiTARRYTOWN
TARRYTOWN Deo 20 Otto Hilbert wh whros
ros found drugged bound and gaggec gaggecylng
ylng In the bottom of a buggy and who a aIrat
Irat said he had been held a captive by kid kidtappers
tappers but afterward confessed that hi hix
x > und himself was taken to the West Westhester
hester County Jail at Whito Plains toda todao
o serve a sentence for concocting his story storyHilbert
Hilbert was to have been married todaj todajo
o Miss Nellie Corry of Irvingtononthe Irvingtonontheludson
ludson but there was no wedding anc ancits
its honeymoon and Christmas will be speni spenin
n the jail where he has begun a flfteer flfteerlays
lays sentence Justice Irving Tayloi Tayloilined
lined Hilbert 15 which he failed to pay payTo
To Send Xmai Greetings to Cardinal CardinalBAITIMOIIE
BAITIMOIIE Dec 20 In accordance wit witits
its annual custom Cardinal Gibbons wll wllend
end greetings to each of the Cardinal Cardinalhroughout
hroughout the world and to the Cathol Catholrowned
rowned heads The latter are the Em Emeror
eror of Austria the King of Spain th thting
ting and Queen of Portugal the King o oiegent
iegent of Bavaria BavariaIn
In the last same of the tournament which whichinn
inn been going on at the Broadway Billiard Billiardkcademy
kcademy T Cooper who was to play F FYrlftht
Yrlftht did not show up on Saturday nleht nlehtind
ind the irame was Riven to the latter by de demilt
milt F Airy nnd J Donelson are tied foi foiecond
econd place and they will play off to tolight
light The men finished in the following followingirder
irder In the tournament tournamentir
ir L IT L LiHMoore
iHMoore S t T Cooper 3 4 4Airy
Airy 4 SFWrlfht I 4 4Donelson
Donelson 4 7 H Hall 1 B BI
I Gardner 3 31 31On
On Jan 4 Maurice Daly will start another anotherournament
ournament for amateurs at bis Broadway Broadwayicademy
icademy There will bo 18Inch balk llna llnamd
md cushion carrom play Hershel Freder Fredercku
cku Dr Mini Townsend and Canda will willlompeto
lompeto In the balk lino branch of the tourna tournanent
nent und Bennett Banh Wefers 111 Roder Rodere
e Voiinc and Loewenbura In the cushion cushionirirroms
irirroms irirromsThe
The entry has been received of Arthur Arthurilarcotte
ilarcotte a Cnnadlan expert for the amateur amateurhamplonxhln
hamplonxhln tournament at the Jieder Jiederiranr
iranr In February V P Foss the chnm chnmilon
ilon Arthur Towmend Ed Gardner J He HeInn
Inn Smith of St louin and Charles Conklln Conkllnif
if Chicago nldo hnve entered enteredDOCS
DOCS AND BIRDS BIRDSBLACK
BLACK COCKER SPANIKLS Yorkihlre and Vox Voxerrier
errier tiupj Imported lock E JACKMAN
10 Kant 3d at atANGORA
ANGORA CATS all colon your cholcfe from a aundrcd
undrcd cheap SHRADER M 4th av avAtTO
AtTO > IODIIF4 IODIIF4CALL
CALL and eiamlne our ejtenM variety allrhtly allrhtlywd
wd gasoline and clertrtc tutomnhllm Our OurO
O 10 4 llroadway
Six Fast FastTrains
Trains TrainsThe
The Chicago NorthWestern Rail Railway ¬
way the Pioneer Line to the West Westand
and Northwest and the only double doubletrack
track railway between Chicago and andthe
the Missouri river Is famous for Its Itssuperb
superb service between Chicago and andpoints
points west and northwest that pro provldesfor
vldesfor patrons
6 he Tbest of Everything EverythingEspecially
Especially notable for perfection ol olservice
service are areTbe
Tbe Overland Limited LimitedLesstnan
Lesstnan three d y to California CaliforniaChicagoPortland
ChicagoPortland Special SpecialThree
Three days to Oregon and Washington WashingtonThe
The Colorado Special SpecialOnly
Only one night to Denver DenverThe
The NorthWestern United UnitedTo
To St Paul and Minneapolis MinneapolisElectric
Electric Lighted LightedThe
The Duluth Fast Mail MailFast
Fast train to the Head of tho Lakes LakesCopper
Copper Country Express ExpressTo
To Marquette and Lake Superior points pointsFor
For tlckitf mips timetabln and fuUlnfonu fuUlnfonutton
tton apply to toD
D W ALDRIDOB ALDRIDOBi
i 481 Broadway New York W T TNWIM
NWIM i iANNUAL
ANNUAL RACE FOR MOTOR BOATS BOATSProposal
Proposal That Match Race Trophy lie lieDied
Died for That Purpose PurposeAs
As a result of tha auto boat raca match matcharranged
arranged to take place next spring forllooo forlloooa
a side between Smith < t Mubleys Tlngtct TlngtctUn
Un and Hollander A Tangemannll boat In Inprocess
process of construction at Bayonna N J Jit
it bos been suggested that the stakes 2on 2onbe
be used to purchase a suitable trophy to bo borncpd
rncpd for This suggestion la agreeable to toboth
both sides but In reference to a suggestion suggestionby
by the challenged parties that this race b bopen
open to others the folks who are building buildingtho
tho new motor boat have this to say In a letter letterdatod
datod Dec 19 to the challenged side sideVe
Ve read tn tbe MuromoNJ Uagatlni that the theAmerican
American Power Boat Association has the Inten Intention ¬
tion of olterinr a challenge trophy open to all allmakers
makers and owners of motor boats to take part partand
and therefore we do not think It advisable that thatwe
we should In any way Interfere with their plans nr nrhavo
havo an opposition race that would conflict with withand
and be detrimental to theirs theirsShould
Should a race be organized by tbe above men mentioned ¬
tioned association we certainly Intend to parti participate ¬
cipate therein and thus compete with all nther ntherboau
boau wlilcti fulfil the conditions In accordance accordancewith
with whatever rules they choose to make makeYour
Your boat the Vlnirt et Un Is reported as havlnt havlntmade
made such remarkable time that we desire to try tryconclusions
conclusions with her herWe
We bet to suggest In our turn that the said run runshould
should be designed and made and raced or Ihh Ihhyear
year by your boat and ours and thus remain the thewhen
when we withdraw from turtber competition ami amidonate
donate name In accordance with your augieAilon augieAilonto
to a suitable organization such as tbe American AmericanAutomobile
Automobile Club tbe American Power Boat Avw Avwelation
elation or a well known yacht club as custodian custodianera
era or raring boats of whatever make and restricted restrictedas
as to power or site by conditions to be drawn tin tinhy
hy tbe donors In the form of a deed of gift Thd Thdtrophy
trophy to be held each year by the winner until untillost
lost to another competitor the following year yearAi
Ai It Is evident that all this glvei rise to the thenecessity
necessity of bard and fast rules and conditions conditionswe
we think It would be advisable for you to appoint it ittime
time and place for you to meet ua before Wedncs Wedncsday
day of next week In order that we mar dlxxia dlxxiaverbally
verbally aald conditions and coma to > Joint under understanding
standing which ot course would be much log loglengthy
lengthy If done through the mall mallCurlers
Curlers Arrange Matches MatchesThe
The frosty weather of the past week put putthe
the curlers on edge and the knights of the thebesom
besom arranged the dates for some of the themore
more Important rinks and medal The first firstfixture
fixture of the schedule is the north against againstthe
the south of Scotland for the Palrymple Palrymplemedal
medal at Van Cortiandt Lake next Saturday Saturdayinve
inve to be postponed Following Is the theichedule
ichedule icheduleDec
Dec M North vs South for Dalrjrmple medal medalran
ran Cortiandt Lake LakeKeb
Keb 15 Champion Club match for MltchU MltchUledal
ledal at Utlca N V VJan
Jan e Champion rink match for Gordon medid medidit
it Hoboken nink Hoboken N J Jedals
edals at Van Cortiandt Lake LakeJan
Jan o Scots vs other nationalities at Van Cort Cortiandt
iandt Lake LakeKeb
Keb Interstate match New York vs New Newersey
ersey at Newark X J JFeb
Feb International two rink match for Gordon Gordonledal
ledal at Montreal Canada date to be itranfJ itranfJy
y tho Grand National Century Club ClubUOR8E8
UOR8E8 AND CARRIAGES CARRIAGESR
R H MACT CO COBroadway
Broadway Mtb to SSth 9t 9tTHE
THE LARGEST HARNESS STOKE WHCTB WHCTBRELIABLE
RELIABLE QUALITIES ARE SOLD AT ATLOWEST
LOWEST PRICES 6th Door DoorJrtvlng
Jrtvlng Whips liver and cold trimming 1391 1391o
o 12496 12496tiding
tiding Whips trimmed with silver and gold IIM IIMo
o 11237 11237tiding
tiding Crops trimmed with diver and gold 1141 1141o
o 11240 11240Furs
made of nlcfcelplat d steel variou tries triesrowels
Furs rowels 78c to tlW tlWmported
mported Single Rein Bridles with bits completr
100 to SS24 SS24mported
mported rouble neln Bridles tnctudlnr chain chainnd
nd bits MM to H99 H99tens
tens linf Huh and Domestic Saddles M12 to < O OVomena
Vomena English and Domestic Saddles 1151 to
9924 9924FURS FURS OF EVERT DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTIONChina
China Ooat Skin Itobes JS49 tsM HOW HOWH281
H281 and 1581 1581Siberian
Siberian Dog Skin Robes I ItN 12101 fUlf fUlfKangaroo
Kangaroo Robes 12740 to 4824 4824Dear
Dear Skin Robes S24W MOH 17248 aDdllM7l aDdllM7lmr
mr Capes W2I 11824 12240 tM40 175 4S 4Sfur
fur Collars 10 231 S281 1324 5M to 3l 3lFur
Fur Gloves W91 1049 J781 11583 11583Foot
Foot Jtuda 1200 1200TANGAROO
TANGAROO SKIN DRIVING COATS I40WI ANH
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