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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MOBNINGr, JANUARY 21, 1911. 11 . jH
SPORTING NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE I
fficycle Riders Declare That They Are Glad to Be "at Home" I
jooks Wise When He Says
e Will Never Ride in
FAR LAND TO MANAGE
MIKE (TWIN) SULLIVAN
Boys in the Country Will
Appear in Salt Lake
Pye. who Ik to manage the Salt
and Ogclen bicycle tracks the coni
son. arrived in Salt Lake City Fri
3c declared to a number of his
s Friday night that he had rid
5 last race. Then he remarked,
you can't always sometimes tell
bicvcle riders. We arc like po-
can't keep off the job."
predicted that the coming season
the greatest period of bicycle rac
t the west has ever seen. lie nn
I that he had signed up the fol
lr. Hehlr, Stein. Anderson. Hal
Drobach. Fcnn. Crebs and West,
on. Walker, Clarke and West are
at home." Lawson says that he
fnot return cast for the summer. He
ftnot signed up yet. but it is undcr
S1 d that he will Join Pye's men. In
t ileitis of MacFarland Friday night,
JLankv Mac' leaves for Europe to
' tow, "where he will manage Mike
njn) Sullivan, the fighter. He will
i'&Iwvc lne nianagement of the track
Cologne until spring, when he will
irn to this country. 'Mac' and I will
I ton the Chapman circuit next sum
Y I will tro Into training In Salt Lake
i ilarch. No, 'Mac is not married; far
' it from so."
ILER SKATING FINAL
WILL BE RUN TONIGHT
final in the amateur roller skal
ices which have been features at
uditorlum rink this week, will be
might, and It is expected that ten
elvc will enter the contest. The
3 between skaters who have learned
ide on the little wheels this sea
At today's matinee and at the
session, a special musical pro
ie will 'ic rendered.
L Wednesday nlsht the first race
of the season will be given. There
e match races, free-for-all races,
epping contests and fancy skating
tltlons. The event irromises to be
Iggest one of the season at the
OR GLASS TE1
jree Declares Game Fastest
iris' Exhibition He Ever
I' . Witnessed.
Kiia splendid exhibition of girls' bas
Sall at the high school Friday night
J Junior team defeated the Senior
b by a score of 21 to 9, thereby win
E the class championship and ponnant.
if gamo was spectacular throughout,
rwas void of the usual ftamcness of
b' games. Captain Madeline Bitner
,f Martha Fcrnstrom, the Junior for
xis, made a hit with the crowd by
'r head work and ability to toss the
.through the hoop. The teaming of
dys Kimball and Florence Winder
i unlooked for and they had everything
lr own way at center. Laura Wlem
Vand Helen Greenwood were consld
I the Seniors' "only hope," but they
Id do but little against the clever
rdlng of Inez Prize and Pauline Wood,
we linc-up: f
Bitner (capt.) r.f... H. Greenwood
Fernstrom l.f.L. Wlcmmer(cnpt j
Kimball J.c M. Klpp
B'Price r-g-. Gcan Maclnncs
IjlncWood l.g.... Mildred Mlnel
eskets from the Held. Madeline Blt
' 5, Martha Fcrnstrom. 1; Helen
jaskets from the foul line: Madeline
nor, 1 out of :i attempts: Martha Fern
Itn. '1 out of 'A attempts; Laura Wlcm
f. u out of 9 attempts; Helen Green
Id. 2 out of 5 attempts,
following the game the Junior team
if. presented with the pennant. Miss
He Gaby, president of the Girls' Ath
p association, presented the trophy,
fcptaln Bitner of the winning team
ded the same players a year ago when
f represented the sophomore claxs.
be pre'lmlnary gamo between the
jehmen and Sophomore girls resulted in
core of U to I in favor of the sopho
res, jpberl Richardson of the Dcserct Rym
lum rofereed both games. He said the
flor-Senlor contest was the best girls'
tfc 'lc had ever seen.
Bhomborlain's Couch Remedy never
Bppoints those who use it for obsti
C0"Cris, colds and irritations of
B throat and lunps. It stands tin
led as a remedy for all throat and
dieeases. Sold by all dealers.
JikdESi M Christopher
''Kv-WIra difference in tho
Jnd wny of Srindlng
jjlfrgltg We have only
iJeBb. long experienco
ByJgML autl expert work-
W37 SO." MAIN ST
U A iTlTf Yesterday's Results
JlVXjLL JL-LI J at Various Courses
CAPTURE FOUR EVENTS
JUAREZ, Jan. 20. Long-priced horses
had an inning at Torrazas park today by
winning four of tho six races.
Jockey Denny had a nasty fall when
his mount bled and fell at the turn into
the stretch. He was leading at tho
First race, selling, three and a half fur
longsLady Rankin, 102 (Molesworth),
t to 1. won; Yvonne. 112 (Howard), even,
second; Luna Beall. 112 (Wilson), 2 to 1,
third. .me. :41 4-5. Janio Ward, Lady
Dories and Zepoteo also ran.
Second race, six furlongs Compliment,
112 (Reid), f to 1, won; Texas, J10 (Mc
Cullough). 15 to 1, second; Emma L. 107
(MoleEworth), 5 to 1, third. Time.
Third race, selling, six furlongs Gra
mercy, 102 (Cotton). 10 to 1. won; MII
pltas, 113 (Rice). 10 to 1. second; A.
George, 10S (Kennedy), .2 to 1. third.
Time, 1:14. Red Lass. Pid Hart. Rett,
Balde, Bon Ton and Mike Moletta also
Fourth race, selling, 4-year-olds and
up, one mile Adrlucho. 108 (Reld). even,
won; Marcus, 105 (McGee), 7 to 2, sec
ond; The1 Peer. 110 (Rice). 7 to 2. third.
Time. 1:30 4-5. Colonel Broston. Mike
Jordan, Biskra, Vcsnie and Nebulosus
Fifth race, selling, one mile Pllaln,
108 (McGco). 10 to 1, won; Sink Spring.
110 (Parker), 5 to 1. second: Judith
Page. 103 (Rice). 15 to 1, third. Time,
1:41 2-5. St. Hilda. You Win. Banthel,
Bardonla and Nyanza also ran. Fuslle
fell. Funston and Cardinal Sarto left at
Sixth race, selling, one mile Little
Marchmont, 107 (McGee), 15 to 1. won;
Hoyle. 112 (McCullough). 7 to 2, second;
Llghtwool. 115 (Kennedy), S to 1. third.
Time. 1:40 1-5. Florence A., Cobleskill
and Fred Mulholland also ran.
AMONG RACING FANS
JACKSONVILLE, Jan. 20. With the
exception of the fourth race, which
brought together a small field of the best
three-year-olds, today's card at Moncrlef
was lacking In class. Some close finishes
developed, however. Among tho large
number of persons who enjoyed the sport
was Governor Gilchrist of Florida.
First race, five and a half furlongs
Dance Away, 13 to 5, won; Jane Swift,
3 to 1. second; Ruby Knight, 20 to 1,
third. Time, 1-.0S4-5.
Second race, six furlongs Double Five.
i to 1. won; Attention. 5 to 2, second;
Fort Worth, 15 to 1, third. Time.
Third race, mile and seventy yards
Abrasion. 2 to 1, won: Aldlvla, S to 1.
secondj Elizabethan, 3 to 1, third. Time,
Fourth race, one mile Antenor, 6 to 5.
won: Patrick S., 3 to 1, second; Bad
News. 9 to 1, third. Time, 1:40 3-5.
Fifth race, six furlongs Lomond. S to
1. won; Congo. 7 to 2, second; Fort Car
roll. 15 to 1. third. Time. 1:14.
Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth
Mlque O'Brien, 5 to 1, won: Henry Hutch
inson, 2 to 1, second; Limpet, 7 to 1, third.
Time. 1:4S 2-5.
BOXING FIS WILL
SEE SPLENDID CUD
"Heady" Hardy Books Fastest
Youngsters in Town for
Hardy Downing, the "Jimmy Cot
froth" of Salt Lake, announces that he
has an excellent bill to offer tho fans
at the second weekly boxing exhibition
to be held at the Manhattan club in Con
servatory hall, GS Poslofflcc place, next
Monday night. Downing Is desirous of
giving tho public the best obtainable, and
as there are a number of likely youngsters
In town this winter who are demonstrat
ing their prowess to give and take,
"Heady" Hardy thinks that the bouts
of the future will be the best ever. As
a feature, he has matched "Babe" Da
vis and George Knight In a return match.
When these boys mot before, Davis se
cured the decision. Friends of Knight
predict that there will be a different story
Monday night. Young Laurence and
Jack Carpenter will also box. Both boys
are well kngwn locally and arc classed
among some of the best in the lightweight
division. Three other arguments of pu
gilistic skill have boon arranged also,
and the card as a whole should be a
JACK WILLING TO BET HE
CAN KNOCK OUT KAUFMAN
PITTSBURG. Jan. 20. Jack Johnson,
heavyweight pugilist, tonight offered
$10,000 to 45000 that he can knock out Al
Kaufman or George Cotton.
In the case of Cotton, the champion Is
willing to light tho moment the contest
Is arranged, and guarantees to win In
less than ten rounds or forfeit $10,000. As
to a tight with Kaufman. Johnson was not
specific excepting to state he would want
four weeks In which to proparo him
self. The matter seemed to worry Johnson.
He visited the Gazette-Times tonight,
made out the ?10,000 check, payable to
the newspaper, and. left disappointed
when the newspaper refused to hold tho
money. He Insisted he would place the
check with some reputable poison before
leaving the city.
Earlier In the day Johnson made a
statement that he had no Intention of en
tering the ring for six months.
Johnson's offer to meet Al Kaufman
dissipated a Chicago rumor that the men
had already been matched to light twenty
rounds In London In April.
"Hack" Fails Again.
BALTIMORE. Jan. 20. George llnck
ensuhmldt foiled tonight in his attempt to
throw Gus Schoenleln of this city twlco
within one hour. He did not succeed In
putting the Haltimorean's nhouldor to the
mat once within tho reciulrcd lime. The
men were not off their feet the total of
live minutes In tho entire hour.
Big Gamo November !.
PRINCETON, Jan. 20. B. D. McCloso.
manager ol the Princeton football team,
officially announced tonight that Harvard
will play Princeton November I. This
will bo the first time tho two colleges
have met at football since 1897.
Will Play Tonight.
The L. D. S. freshmen and the Granite
high school tfiams will meet In a bas
ketball contest tonight at tho Granite
STARRY NIGHT, WITH
LIGHT WEIGHT, WINS
OAKLAND. Cal., Jan. 20. Starry
Nlght, with light weight up, won the
Santa Ana handicap, the feature of the
card at Emeryville today. Jim Basey
and Pay Streak were the most fancied.
Maxdlce set the pace to the stretch,
where Jim Basey and Pay Streak passed
him. Starry Night closed fast and won
cleverly. Azo was an easy winner of the
mile and a half event.
Rainy weather prevailed and the track
First race, six furlongs Mossback
(Fischer), 3 to 1. won; Ironbound (Sco
vllle). 3 to 1, second; Massa (Gargan),
3 to 1. third. Time, 1:16 4-5. Lovely
Mary, Voltrome, Prince of Castile. Orl
lene. Davie Andrew and Cool finished as
Second race, six and one-half furlongs
Judge Henderson . (Fischer), 5 to 1,
won; Lord Clinton (Martin). 9 to 5, sec
ond: Gypsy Girl (Gargan). 25 to 1. third.
Time, 1:22 3-5. Icaiian. Binocular,
Young Belle, Camera, Electrowan. Dahl
gren. Arthur Rouse and India Star fin
ished as named.
Third race, one mile and one-half
Azo (Mclntyre). 7 to 5, won: Jim Caf
ferata (Callahan), 4 to 1. second; Star
Actor (Scldon). 5 to 1, third. Time.
2:40 2-5. Endymion II. and Kogov' fin
ished as named.
Fourth race, futurity course, the Santa
Ana handicap Starry Night (Callahan).
5 to 1, won: Pay Streak (Taplln), S to
5. second; Jim Basey (Gargan). S to 5,
third. Time. 1:11 4-5. Maxdlco also
Fifth race, six furlongs Mr. Bishop
(Archibald). 5 to 2. won; Bucolic (Fisch
er). 7 to 1. second: Frieze (Pickens) U
to 1, third. Time. 1:17 3-5. Joe Moser,
Tramotor. Inauguration. Harry Rogers
and Little Buttercup finished as named.
Sixth race, seven furlongs Banorolla
(J. Mclntyre), 11 to 5. won; Big Stick
(Scovlllti), 5 to 2, second; Southern Gold
(E. Martin). 9 to 5. third. Time. 1.29 4-5.
Father Stafford. Cold Spring. Doncaster
and Ina L. finished as named.
GENTLEMEN'S RACE IS
FEATURE OF GOOD CARD
TAMPA, Fla.. Jan. 20. The gentle
men's race at five furlongs was the fea
ture of an attractive card at the ladles'
day offering today. Alencon, the second
choice, was an easy winner. Ben Sand,
the favorite, with Mr. Lykes up, fin
ished second. Four favorites won. A
record breaking crowd was in attend
ance. First race, six furlongs Bon Hamilton,
11 to 10, won; Mclsar, 4 to 1. second:
Frank Patton, 20 to 1. third. Time, 1:19.
Second race, six furlongs New Star,
5 to 1. won; Syzgy, 3 to 5, second; Sanc
tim. 3 to 2. third. Tlmo. 1:18 4-5.
Third race, five furlongs Dr. IIollls.
3 to 5, won; Dorando, 2 to 1. second;
Dandv Dancer, 20 to 1. third. Time,
Fourth race, five furlongs, gentlomcn
riders Alencon. even, won; Bcnsand.
even, second: Niblick, 15 to 1. third. Time,
Fifth race, five furlongs Rose McGee,
25 to 1, won; Annie Nelson. 6 to 1. sec
ond; Ortega, 10 to 1. third. Time. 1:05 1-5.
Sixth race, mile and seventy yards
Pirate Diana, S to 5. won; Whip Top,
6 to 5. second; Profile, 10 to 1, third.
Time. 1:51 2-5.
LARGE CROWD SEES
Mike Yokel's Amateurs Are
Chosen to Represent Salt
Lake at Denver.
The "standing room only" sign had to
bo hung up at the V. M. C. A. gym
nasium Friday night, when Mike Yokel's
amateur wrestling tournament was the
feature attraction. Many persons were
turned away before the cnterlulnmcnt
NIblo. Crabbe, Evans, Macko. Morten
son and Deanc showed tho best form
In the various classes of wrestlers and
these young athletes will represent the
Salt Lake City "Y" at the Denver
tournament next month. Dale Dean was
In the first match Crabbe won the
decision over Jones on aggressiveness,
after fifteen minutes of work. The sec
ond go between Lockhart and Gibbous
was a draw. In tho third bout Bock
won over Jlcln in four minutes and
twenty seconds with a bar and crotch
Mortenson and Macko wrestled fif
teen minutes to a draw. After twelve
minutes NIblo was given a decision over
Brown. NIblo was the more aggressive.
Androbus won from Wade In five min
utes with a half-nelson hold. Grundvor
wan given the decision over Young on
aggressiveness. In the match between
Evans and Sellwood. the former se
cured a fall In eight, minutes and twenty
seconds. Mackc and Stiffens wrestled
for fifteen minutes and Macke was given
The Burlington Athletic association
first team defeated company I of Fort
Douglas by the score of 33 to 22 In a
basketball match, played Friday night.
In the Burlington "gym." Tho Burling
ton second team also won from the Su
gar House live by a score of 22 to I I.
The first contest, between the soldiers
and the mission boys, was marred by
considerable roughness on the part of
the fort 'earn. In tho second exhibition,
both teams played fast, clean ball.
"KID" ROSS KNOCKED
OUT IN FOURTEENTH
CHEYENNE. Wyo . Jan. 20. Frankle
White of Chicago knocked out "Kid"
Ross of New York in tho fourtoenlh
round of a scheduled twenty-round tight.
Th fourteen rounds wero marked bv
terrific exchanges of blows.
Twenty-two Dogs Run.
ROGKRS SPRINGS. Tenn.. Jan. 20.
Twenty-two dogs, the entire list of en
trants, ran today In competition for derby
honors of the United States Field TrlalH
Wife May Secure Parole,
NEW YORK. Jan. 20. Captain William
H. Van Schacck. master of tho excur
sion steamer General Slocum, on which
more than a thousand lives were lost
June 15. t!)04, by fire, may be paroled
noon, it was reported tonight. He Una
served, more than a third of tho ten
years' sentence at Slnw Sing for miscon
duct and negligence as master of the
Slocum. The narole, If granted, will
have been due largely lo the efforts of
Captain Van Shaock's wife.
FRESHMEN WIN BY
"Saints" Arc Finally Downed
in Great Exhibition of
Tho university freshmen basketball
team defeated the L. D. S. five In a
game of the high school scries played
in the Deseret gymnasium Friday aft
ernoon. The score was 27 to 2(5. 1 he
gamo was fiercely contested throughout
atid tho teams were so evenly matched
that It was anybody's" battle In tho
greater part of the playing. The fresh
men, however, appeared to have better
luck and managed to land with one
point In the lead at the call of time.
The game opened with both teams
playing great ball. The "Saints" made
three baskets before the freshmen
scored. Gallacher threw the first basket
of the game. Lund pitched two more.
Thfs. started the freshmen working, and
Brlggs landed a basket. Tho East
sidcrs soon caught the L. D. S. men and
by the end of the first half had piled
up a score of 14 to their opponents' 11.
At the beginning of the second half
the freshmen took a stiff brace and by
making three or four quick baskets took
the lead over the "Saints" by ten points.
Tho L. D. S. team then took a sprint
that nearly secured the gamo.
Tho llnc-up follows:
Freshmen. L. D. S.
Brlggs l.f Lund
Hurlbut r.f. Bobbins
Dill man..... c ITowes
Sutherland (Capt.) . ..r.g Smith
Ashton Ig Gallacher
"Happy" Holmstcad. referee.
DELEGATES SELECTED TO
MEET WITH LEGISLATURE
That several new amendments should
be mnde to the state fish and game laws
of Utah Is the opinion of many sports
men, and to discuss the matter members
of the Murray Fish and Game Protec
tive association held an enthusiastic
meeting In Murray Friday, when two del
egates. President Joseph Chamberlain
and Charles Beaver, were chosen to meet
with the Joint legislative committee In
Salt Lake some time the coming week
for the purpose of going over the situ
Another meeting of the association is
to bo held In the Firemen's hall at Mur
ray the last of this month, when Com
missioner Chambers and other state offi
cials will be present.
No Flights Friday.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan 20. Rain con
tinuing, today's aviation programme was
ROBIN IS EXAMINED
IN BANKRUPTCY COURT
NEW YORK, Jan. 20. Joseph G. Robin,
the indicted head of the Northern bank
and Washington Savings bank, both of
which were closed by the slate super
intendent of banking, was examined In
tho United States bankruptcy court to
day. Robin's examination is the first step
by his creditors to ascertain the amount
of his estate. The indicted banker ap
peared in excellent health, but of uncer
Of the exact amount of his holdings
Robin was uncertain.
lie owned, he said, approximately 4000
shares of Northern bank, 1000 shares of
tho Fidelity & Development companv,
$50,000 worth of bonds of the South Shore
Traction company. 71.000 shares of the
Aeura Indemnity company, 100 shares of
the Reid Lumber & Timber company and
an unknown interest In various other corporations.
BELIEVE BOY MET DEATH
AT HANDS OF PLAYMATE
ANN ARBOR. Mich.. Jan. 20. That lit
tle Foster Campbell, whoso dead bodv
was found last night hanging In a shack
built by the boys of the neighborhood,
met his death at tho hands of a former
playmate, seems Indicated by the finding
today of a "goodbye" note on the outside
of tho shanty.
It Is the belief that some oldor boy
knotted a rope about the little fellow's
neck and tied the loose end to a rafter.
The rope was drawn too tightly and death
MAN SEWED UP IN
MULE GOES INSANE
BLATRSVILLE. Ga.. Jan. 20. Barlow
Brown, tho man who was sewed up In
the carcass of a mule, while In an al
leged Intoxicated condition several weeks
ago. has gone Insane as the result of
blood poisoning contracted from the mulo
The four men responsible for the prac
tical Joke. It is said, have fled tho coun
try. Brown Is not expected to recover.
Salt Laker Gets Patent.
Special to The Tribune.,
X13W YORK. Jan 20. According to
official bulletin issued from the United
States patent office yesterdav. letters
patent No. HS1.010. for an automatic re
versing gearing device, were granted to
Otto G. PfefTor. Inventor, of Salt Lake.
In accordance with his application filed
October 15. 1009. Pfeffer of record,
makes assignment, sale and transfers of
all his rights, title and interest therein
to the Standard Development company, a
Salt Lake corporation. No consideration
Browne Attorney Not Guilty.
CHICAGO. Jan. 20. Attorney Charles
E. Erbsteln was found not guilty tonight
of having bribed a Juror to prevent the
conviction of Leo O'Neal Browne, mi
nority leader of the state legislature, who
was charged with bribery In connection
with the election of William Lorlmor
to the United States senate. It was
Erbsteln's second trial, and the Jury was
out less than an hour.
Kills Another; Then Self.
BALTIMORK. Jan. 20. Following a
mmrrel. Mattlo Ilandlals was shot and
killed on Gay and Exeter streets early
today by Herman En.so. who afterward
turned tho pistol upon hlmfclf, Inflicting
a wound from which he died In a hos
pital an houv later. The victims wero
each about 30 years old.
No Significant Changes.
DES MOINES. Jan. 20. No significant
changes occurred In the senatorial dead
lock In the Jowa legislature hero today
W. S. Kcnyon gained two votes, A. B.
Funk remained stationary, Lafayette
Young and II. W. Byors lost one each.
There arc no signs of breaking tip the
Companies to Merge.
ALBANY. N. Y.. Jan. 20. Approval
bus been given by the state Insurance de
partment to the consolidation of the
Providence Life Assurance society and
the Postal Life Insurance company,
through a reinsurance of the former by
tho latter company.
Fans Bet on Anytkmg
m Old Baseball Days
Numerous instances there have been
of championship games being Interrupted
for some extraordinary or some unusual
reason, but perhaps the widest of them
all happened In a gamo at Cincinnati
one day fifteen or twenty years ago,
says Frank Bancroft.
"Wo were having a redhot battle with
Chicago that day," says the famous busl
i ness manager of the Reds, "and In the
I eighth Inning with the score 1 and 1
1 McPhee hit a ball down to short too hot
for Dahlcn to handle cleanly.
"McPhee had been anchored on first
about two seconds when two men Jumped,
over the rail separating the grandstand
from the field and started out toward
'Biddy.' It all happened so suddenly that
at first we though McPhee was to be
given some kind of a present or other,
but wo were 60on undeceived.
"In those days the fans bet on every
thing that could possibly happen bet
the next delivery of the pitcher would
be a 'ball' or a 'strike': bet that the bat
ter would strike out; bet that he
wouldn't; bet that he would go out to
the Infield; fly out to the outfield or foul
out; bet that tho umpire would call the
next man who tried to steal 'out' or
'safe'; bet it would rain or snow; bet
tho game wouldn't go nine innings; bet
It would end In a tie. and so on to the
uttermost possibilities of the game.
"Well, on this day one of the men who
had wandered out on the field to talk
to McPhee took off his hat, and, ad
dressing the popular second baseman of
tho Reds, in a tone clearly audible In
tho stands, said:
" 'Biddy, lo decide a bet, will, you
please tell us whether that was a hit
for you or an error for Dahlen? I bet
this man 2 to 5 that you would make
a hit, and we ain't ablo to decide which
Two Die From Injuries.
VINCENNES. Iud.. Jan. 20. As the re
sult of injuries received In an explosion
of oil. A. B. White, an oil well con
tractor of Summer, III., and Buckthal Sla
ter, a driller, of Pittsburg. Pa., died here
tonight. The men were brought from
Bridgeport, Ind., where they wero bad
ly burned yesterday wlum a. torch set
fire to the oll-soakd shed.
Ticket Scalping Illegal.
DENVER. Jan. 20. The United Stales
circuit, court of appcnls today handed
down a decision wnich makes ticket
scalping Illegal In Colorado, scalpers be
ing barred from disposing of either state
or interstate transportation. Litigation
had been In progress In tho lower courts
for Hoveral years.
Sells 520,000,000 Bonds.
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 20. Frntr
semi-official sources It was learned to
day that the Roadlng company had sold
$20,000,000 of Its general mortgage 1 per
cent, bonds to New York bnnkers to pro
vide for the maturing of $18,811,000 o
C and 7 per cent bonds, which mature In
"Before the umpire and the captains
could chase the men off the field Mc
Phee piped up:
" 'Say, If you guys live to bo a mil
lion years old vou'll never see a cleaner
base hit than thaU'
"And it is my recollection that the of
ficial scorer was of tho fame opinion."
Napoleon Lajole had been on the old
Philadelphia team but a few' weeks when
he was the Innocent cause of a game
between the Phillies and the Bostons be
ing temporarily stopped.. "Larry" was
playing at first in this game It was
played In Boston and a lot of his friends
from Fall River and Woonsocket were
on hand to nee their old idol.
Everything went along merrily until
the seventh inning. At that particular
stage of the game the Phillies wero lead
ing, 9 to 1, and the crowd it was a Bos
ton crowd, remember was yelling Its
approbation of Laiolo. who had batted In
about seven of tho visiting club's nine
As Lajole took his place at first in the
eighth inning, a man climbed over the
front railing of the fifty-cent seats and.
almost before ho was noticed at all, had
made his way over to where tho hero
of the day was anchored.
The umpire and the groundkeeper
made a rush In the direction of first
base Just in time to hear Lajoie's un-
welcome visitor say;
"Nap, old boy, I've got to got that 5
o'clock train back to little old Woon
socket. Stake mo to 52, will you?" 1
"Larry" didn't allow himself to be
frustrated by this little Incident. He
gave tho high sign to Manager Shetts
Hne. who was sitting on tho bench, and
his old neighbor got his $2 with no seri
ous interruption of the game" attending
WILL EXPLOIT VALUE
OF KITES IN WAR TIMES j
"Sammy Perkins, tho man with the
kites," wired from San Francisco, where
he is exhibiting, to Jntermountaln Avia
tion headquarters In Salt Lake City Fri
day aa follows:
"You can count on me being there for
the aviation meet next month with a
ton of kites. In my exhibitions a man
Is lifted hundreds of feet into the air by
from six to fifteen of my enormous
L-planc kites. I will fully demonstrae
that the kites will lift mo and will also
exploit their value for scouting purposes
In war times."
Young Clarence Walker, a Salt Lake
City heir to millions, who Is In San Fran
cisco at the present time, cxnects to
make a business of aviation. lie will be
seen here In a Curtlss machine in Febru
ary. The Curtlss "30" has been sent to
the beautiful country place of the Walk
ers in San Mateo county and there the
A, F. OF L. CHARTERS
Announcement Greeted With
Approval by United Mine
Workers in Convention.
COLUMBUS. 0., Jan. 20. Announce
ment that the xeculivo board of the
American Fedoratioii of Labor at Wash
ington today had graulod a charter of
membership to tho Western Federation
of Miners wns received with pleasure
tonight by the 1-iOO delegates now in
Columbus attonding the convention of
the United Mine Workers of America.
The action by tho executive board is
believed here to have been brought
about by the threat of the convention
of miners to wilhdrnw from the Amer
ican Federation unless t ho Western
Metal and Ore Miners wero given an
industrial charter, the samo ns that
held by tho United Mine Workers of
WASHINGTON", Jan. 20 Charles TL
Moyor, president of the Western Fed
eration of Miners, expressed himself
in entire accord wit hthe terms of tho
charter granted here today to.thc West
ern Federation b- the American Fede
ration of Labor.
The policy agreed upon now will bo
submitted to the Western Federation
of Miners for ratification. Mover voiced
the hope that his organization would
The effect of granting tho charter,
in the event of its ratification, will be
the establishment of a mining depart
ment under the jurisdiction of tho
American Federation of Labor.
It is made a provision of the issue
of tho charter that members of tho ma
chinists' locals now existing in mining
camps arc not to be required to join
the Western Federation of Miners in
order to follow their trade in tho min
Politicians at Sea.
NASHVILLE, Tenn.. Jan. 20. The
tenth ballot for United States senator
takon in the legislature today has left
politicians more at sea. probably, than
they have been since the assembly con
vened. McMillan could get no more than
fifty-six votes, although yesterday ho
received sixty-two and Knlee's poll re
mained the samo, sixty-three. K. D. Mc
Kellar of Memphis, who has not an
nounced his candidacy, received eight
first lessons in aviation are being taken
In preparation for the meet In Salt Lake
"Walker Is in earnest In his Inten
tion to become famous In the world of
aviation," declared James Wade, one of
the promoters of the Intcrmountalr. avia
tion meet, Friday night. "Me has given
the subject much serious consideration,
he told me. Of course, he might confine
himself to flying for pleasure, but Walker
believes that a young man should have
some occupation In life, and giving flying
exhibitions Is the first form of business
that really has appealed to him.
"Aviators make fine Incomes and Walk
er feels certain that once he has lear.ied
the art of navigating a heavler-than-alr
.machine he will be as great an attraction
as some of those now obtaining bin money
for giving exhibitions, and 1 have no
doubt but that he will."
IS FATAL TO DRIVER
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 20. Lewis M.
Woolwine, 25 years old, was killed
early today wlien his automobile col
lided with a wagon, skidded and turned
over, crushing him beneath it.
Woolwine, son of W. L. Woolwine,
vice president of tho National bank of
California, wns returning from a ball
in Pasadena with several friends in
his machine, and near the city limits
attempted to pass a wagon driven by a
Japanese. The latter became confused
aand drove diroctly in front of the'
Woolwine died before he could bo
removed to a hospital. The Japanese
is dying. . .
LEADS POSSE TO CAPTURE
OP DAUGHTER'S ASSAILANT
OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla.. Jan. 20
Led by tho mother of Pessle Anderson..
(5 years old. who was kidnaped from
school by Victor Roberts at Putnam
City, near here, yesterday, a posse cap
tured Roberts today.
The child, which had been attacked,
was with Roberts. The kidnaper Is In
jail here. A lynching Is feared.
Aged Woman Dies.
LOXG BI5ACH. Cal.. Jan. 20. Dr.
Susanna May Dodds. head of a sanitari
um In St. Louis, whore she resided. for
sixty years, died here today. She was
SO years of age. and had written works
on hygienics which are said to contain
rules for living ono hundred years. Dr.
Dodds came here two months ago and
at that time expressed certainty that sho
would rotind out a century.
Wounded Kidnaper Dies.
TACOMA. Wash., Jan. 20. -Harry D.
Williams, who was shot by Mrs. Vic
toria C. Herold. December 31, while he
was attempting to kidnap her baby, died
today, Williams is said to have been cm
plovcd bv Horace G. Herqld to kidnap
the child. Herold Is In Jail. Williams
is said to have been a traveling sales
man for a Chicago firm.
Gets Fourteen Years.
OAKLAND. Cal., Jan. 20. George
Fong, the Chinese patriot, who attempt
ed to assasdlnate Prince Tsal Hsun here
November . was sentenced today to
fourteen years in San Quontln penltcn
tary by Judge Wells of the superior
court. Tho charge against him was as
sault with Intent to kill Notice of au
appeal has been filed.
Find Body of Slain Woman.
DENVER, Jan. 20. The bodv of Irs.
Sophia Brandt. .15 years old, wire of Hans
12. Brandt, a cook, was found ihle morn- ,
lng In the Burlington railway yards near
Thirty-fifth stroel. She had been shot
through the chest. Apparently Mrs.
Brandt had been picking up coal In the
yards when she was shot from some
point above her.
Mother and Children Bumod.
TORONTO. Jan. 20 Mrs. Percy G.
Brooks and throe children, the oldest
five years, were burned to death, early
this morning, In a fire which destroyed
their home. The only other occupant
of (he building, a maid, saved herself
by jumping. The husband and father
was In Chicago on business.
Tilles to Be Removed.
ST. LOl'IS. Jan. 20. Judge Dyer of
tho United States district court an
nounced today that ho will Krant. tho or
der to remove C. A. Tilles to Washing
ton for trial there on charges of operat
ing a bucket-shop and conspiring to i
operate a bucket-shop. 1
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo.. Jan. 20. The
house of the general assembly today
adopted resolutions congratulating the
Democratic mombers of tho house of rep
resentatives for selecting Champ Clark
as tho caucus nominee for sneaker.
Forty Minors Reported Burned.
BERLIN, Jan. 20. A news dispatch
from Sosnowlce. Russian Poland, says
that forty miners lost their lives In a
fire In the Caslmer colliery near that ,
place. Three hundred and sixty others 11
SALT LAKE TRIO I
FORESTALL TEX I
Young Promoters Get Birdinin
While Packard Is Dreaming
of Doing Things.
LITTLE DAMPER PUT ON
OLD BOOSTER'S DESIRES
Boys Celebrate Their Victory
With Big Banquet in
- Frisco Cafe. . '
James W. Wade. Benjamin F.i Tlbby. jH
and Dale L. Pitt of Salt Lake put. a lit
tie damper on the desires of Tex Rick
ard when they closed contracts with the
aviators now In California for a three
day exhibition In the city by tho great
Inland sea, Tex Rlckard -has been de- iH
slrous or handling this exhibition him- IH
self, but his youthful competitors. H
backed by ample funds and bestirred by IH
great ambition, won a victory in their H
first essay into the realms of profession- H
al promoters, H
The Salt Lake young mon announced
the success of their efforts at a banquet M
given in a downtown cafe, just before H
leaving San Francisco. The banquet H
served two purposes, for those asaemhled
all are members of the same fraternity,
the Alpha Pi of the University of Utah.
and some of them had not met before
in several years. Those who attended
were: Clarence 11. Walker. H. F. Bur- IH
menter, D. A. Raybould, Fairchild Slier
man. James W. Wade, Benjamin F.
Tibby. Dale L. Pitt and Fred Ferron.
The table was decorated with crimson IH
and white flowers, tho college colors.
NEW BASEBALL PARK AND H
FAST TEAM FOR MURRAY
The Murray public playgrounds, where (
fans in days gone by gathered to wit- il
ness various baseball aggrega lions de- ll
fend their honor, is to be known as Re- .
creation park. H
Through the combined efforts of mny H
of the townspeople, the ball field will be H
transformed from an "eye-ache creating H
pasture" into one of the real stamping H
grounds of the national pastime, where
it is promised n fast amateur bail club H
will meet all comers next season. H
For ItaGrlppe, Coughs and Stuffy Colds
Take Foley's Honey and Tar. It
pives quick relief and expels the cold JH
from your system. It contains no jH
opiates, is safe and sure. Schramm- IH
Johnson, Drugs. Five stores.
The great m
suit offer I
Remember, any $20 or
$22.50 suit fancy mix-
tures, cheviots, tweeds, VH
etc. all the new models '
best fabrics, best shades.
Choose at only
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