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'V'V'r' Tf? ; 'A ' : 'y TI;11 SlLAKH TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1913. . m
1 ROUGH RIDING
II Jockey Club Stewards Sus
I pend Boy Indefinitely for
Repeated Offenses. .
FAST RACES ARE RUN
Dick Dodie and Injury Come
I Close io the Juarez
SpeUal to The Tribune.
EL, PASO. Tex.,. .Inn. 15. Not a single
".tiorlto won at the. .loclccy club course
'oday, but the bookies had no joyfeet over
'heJr downfall, as all the -winners were
heavily played and were either strong sec
ond or third choices against whoso
chances liberal odds wore laid. The
weather was fine, the attendance largo
a.id the track fast.
Dlcu Dodie. the son or Abe Frank,out
or "Mlnyon, won the two-year-old race
oday In a driving finish 'from the odds
on favorite Shadrach, which recently
heat the former youngster. Dick Dodlo's
w.'n In tho first scored here this season
-y the youngsters In tho-string of J. F.
Newman & Son. The chcBlnut colt ran
the fastest three furlongs of the meet
ing so far, ?A 2-5 seconds, which Is with
in a fifth of a second of the Juarez track
I record, mado by Upright, In 1911.
Jn the handicap today Injury again won
and came within one-fifth of a second of
the track record at seven furlongs by run
ning the distance In 1:24 8-5. The Fuller
' soldlr.B: went to the post at 4 to 1, .Too
Dicbold closing favorite at o to 2 from
an opening price also of 4 to 1. The lat
ter ran a dull race and his form here
so far ha.i been far from olthcr his Ken
tucky or Canadian showing last season.
Jockey H. S. Schwclbcg was suspended
indefinitely by the stewards today for
continued wilful and malicious rough rid
ing. He struck T. Teahan In the eye
when the horses were In the stretch in
the second race. The ruling virtually bars
Schweblg from the turf, lie Is under con
tract to V. B. Carson.
First race, three furlongs Dick Dodie,
110 XCross), s to L won; Shadrack, 115
Steele), 4 to ii, second; Othello. 110
Groth). 40 to 1. third. Time. :34 3-5.
Old Ben, Galar, Brevity and Old Gotch
Second nice, mile and a sixteenth
Console. J 10 (Steele). :: to I, won; Hat
tcras, 110 (SchwcWg), f, to 2, second: Sil
ver Grain. J 13 (Gross), :io to 1, third.
'rlmc. IMS 2-5. Zoroaster, "Wadsworth
lir. Falcada -and Whlddcn also ran.
Third race, five and a half furlongs
I'onnaught, 112 (Hoffman), 4 to 1, won;
Oordon Russell, 110 (Small), 7 to 1, sec
ond; Truly, 110 (Groth), 6 to J, third.
Time. 1:Q6 4-5. Kcnnoth, The Cinder,
"Weyanokc, Kail 7nla, Idle Talc, Dyna
mo, Valctta and Wcntworth also ran,
I Fourth race, seven furlongs Injury,
I "Mitf (Small), 4 to 1. won; Irish Gcntle
1 'nan, 114 (Hoffman), 4 to I. second;
B lining Feet. 110 (Borel). IK to 5, third.
I. Tune. 1.20 "J-S, Joe Dicbold, Rio Brazos
u.d Upright also ran.
r If tli race, six furlongs Dominica, 103
H Robbing), 2 to 1. won: Oakland, 110
II ' RorH, J3 to I, second; Eye White, 110
''ji-ous). T to S. third. Time. 1:12 4-5.
Rone O'Nell. Don ISnriquc. Orlstolat and
Ma'idn U. also rats.
H Sixth race, one mile Sea Cliff, 105
1 Tiahan). 5 to 2, won; Setback. Ill
iJros). 0 to 10. second; Sir Alvcscot,
1 'u' (Steele). II to 1. third. Time, l:19.
I f lelliiimplan and aiaizlc Girl also ran
I Today's Juarez Entries,
I I ii ' 'Lice, one mile (Selling;
Itiue Wt.ilndex Wt.
4N40 Gift 100IGS3S Quick-trip .103
.M! Palma ...100(15802 Flying 105
'.MO Delmas ...105U642 Cflftonlan 103
1 t.sCJ l.amb'rta 105ICS02 .I'dgcWlt'n 10S
Gellco 105. S36I Force 10S
.'52 i-rcx 103' USUI Ben Uncas I0S
'.'l .-'tare 1031
Second i ace. one and one-sixteenth
.i le (Selling)
i'iV:7 'Mayordale 101MS32 Mcrciirlum 10G
' MM K' ijt'lw't 1031 ASS" Wheeler ..10G
:vjO Klva 10l!i5S35 Stout HeanlI2
I r Jrd race, one and onc-slxtcenth mile.
:OG Spr'tly Miss 3i: (5227 ."larsand ..10C
1 .-..0 Gold Point .971 BG7S Beda .107
5 IT'S M Cnm'n lOGl'iS." Miss Jean .10R
TM I'ocd .. 100IGS59 IS. Marw'd 112
loiith race, three-fourths mile,
j rj ire.
M0 Pr. L'sm'r loo! ?5S 40 Cocksnur .100
5MT .IBRb'ns'n 100 15S40 I, Allien .103
) WJ F. Roberts 1001 GS0;j Pawhuska 103
;?4G G.. APrhm't 100' GSOJi ISnilcId ...103
Tilth race, three-fourths mile. 'Scll-II?:)-'i51
Doleria ..1031 G72I Jim lj 1051
'.SG3 c'n Ajrncs 1031 6S34 Cossrove ,105
fi70 '"haiitlclor 103' G7D5 Angelus ..105
P52 Venetian .103! G7S9 Teddy B'r 103
rtWO T'wk'nh'm 105! G853 Bob l,vnch 105
5S47 Native Sonl05
sixth race, one mile. (Selling)
S551 l.otta CrM0Gi5S72 Biackmate 102
eK4 Tr'sp'r'nt 100 GS72 Oswald B .10?
5ji Lescar ...103I0S51 rt M'r'in'l 109
fiS72 S'rt X'ct 100'
I BURLINGTON BEATS
GRANITE HIGH SCHOOL
The fast Burlington quintette, which
'ias been beating the best umatciir fives
n tho city for the past two years, had
no trouble in winning from the Granite
jlgh school last evening, tho Una) count
being 38 to 21. N"on of the local high
ichool teams have a chance with Burling
ton. In the game last evening the win
ders had the advantage of their own
As a preliminary lo the big game the
Kctopd Burlington live beat the- second
Gmnlto'a In n close contest, ending l!l
o IS. Both fivs showed excellent form.
Max Senate. Aushcrmun, Spahr and
MaHccy were the stars.
M. richatz If A. Thorum
W. Schatz rf Blaraid
Shea c K. Thorum
b'rickson Ig - G. Hamilton
Buder rg.... Aushcrman
RftMonc If ; Slater
Wilson rf Stevenson
Saundcrson c Bulloy
Spahr , Ig Mackey
Brewci rg Carl Erlckson
IXJ. S. Revolver Scores.
SPRIXGFIKLD. 'Mass.. Jan. 15. Offi
ml returns for the eleventh and twelfth
rounds and unofficial scores for the thlr
ocnth and fourteenth rounds in the. In
door league of the United States Revolver
Ajoclatlon. were announced today bv
Secretary J. B. Crabtrec of this city. The
Olympic team of Sun Francisco and tho
Manhattan club of New York citv arc the
only undefeated teams lo date. The Den
ver club claims a. new team total record
with 1143, shot In the fourteenth round.
The executive committee lias ruled that
Portland. Or., and Denver were tied In
the tenth round.
m y Slosson Dofcats Jap.
W ST. LOUIS. Jan. lo. Gcorgo Slosson
m defeated KoJI Tamada, (00 to 202, tonight
iblrujkof their 2400-polnt 1S.2
Sportsmen Want Game Warden's
Office Taken Out of Politics
PORTS-M13N interested In having
the game lawa revised by the
present leglsluluro mot laat night
fvJ and adopted tho report of their
committeemen John N. Sharp, J.
R. Chaiaborlin and F. 10. Schefskl. This
report recommended that llshways and
screens hu used and that herring he
classed as gamo fish with trout. Pro
tection of cattish from scino llshcrmou
was also advocated.
In this conneotlon It was pointed out
that the company which seines in Utah
lake and which is said to ship out of the
titato not less than three carloads week
ly, pays only ?! a year license, which
Is 25 cents less than the boy who want3
to fish with a bent pin has to puy. This
phase of tho matter will bo presented to
Tho solons will also be asked to send
flsh dynamiters to the penitentiary, from
one to three years, instead of lining
them or giving them a brief term In the
Tho report suggested that the duck
shooting season be opened on September
ME? REFUNDED BY
By International News Service.
NEW YORK, Jan. 15. No action was
taken against thu McMahon brothers, pro
prietors of the .Empire Athletic club, at
today's meeting of tho state athletic com
mission. The boxing promoters did not
attend, but notified the commissioenrs
that they were busy refunding money to
patrons who had purchased tickets which
were not honored.
The commission decided to exonerate
tho McMahons provided they refunded
money on all unused pasteboards pre
sented to them.
The McMahons got into bod favor With
the fight fans by shutting out persons
who held tickets for Tuesday night s con
test at the Manhattan casino when Joe
Rivers won from Leach Cross.
A number of minor cases were dis
posed of. Joe Sabbi, suspended for bit
ing Pete Collins, was denied a rehear-
'"tIic complaint of John T. Yonkers of
the Yonkers Athletic club against "One
Round" Rogers was denied.
Tho commissioners decided to notify
Jess Willard again that he must appear
before it to answer charges brought by
the Buffalo Athletic club for breach of
IS, m it will conform with Idaho's sea
son, and that- for one year shooting
should be permitted in March. The com
mitteemen called attention to the fact
that during the most malignant period
of the duck epidemic (hero was no money
available to pay men" to remove the dead
According to the committee, eleven
persons In the llsh and game department
Jmw 520,000 annuallv in salaries and in
each of tho I wenty-scvon counties there
Is a county warden who draws from $30
to SG5 n mouth. The appropriation of ap
proximately 131.000 yearly is thus ex
hausted, leaving no money for such work
iih removing dead ducks and making
their feeding grounds morn healthful.
It was the sense of th meeting thcro
should be money available for such pur
poses, oven If the salary list, had to be
The recommendations to the legisla
ture will contain one asking Hint tho
llsh arid game, department be taken out
of politic. Tho .sportsmen believe that
as long as It is a political office, pres
ent couditioiiH cannot, bo changed for Ihe
I "Giants" and "Red Sox" to
Play First Game Tuesday
in LB Salt Lako baseball tans
W believe that the world's series
is a thing of the past, officials
of the Manufacturers Assoola-'
lion of Utali declare that the
championship contest has Just begun. Of
course, the scries that the manufactur
ers refer to has to do with the member
ship campaign which has been inaugu
rated by the association.
Twontv-clsht members of the associa
tion met in the Arcadia yesterday ut
noon. The general opinion was that uu
army idea of conducting a membership
campaign has been worn threadbare, be
sides being antagonistic to the
peace movement. Attendants at the
meeting signified that they would oonei
play than light. , , , .
As a result, it was decided to conduct
tho campaign In a series or nine base
ball games. The P.ed Sox, under Captain
J. J. O'Connor, and tho Giants, under
Captain O R. Meredith, arc the contend
ing teams for championship honors.
The captains selected their players
vesterday and will start training today
"for the opening game, scheduled for next
Tuesdav at 2:30 o'clock. Tho players
will participate In a luncheon Tuesday
at noon, followlnc which the first game
PITCHER KEEPS DOWN
WEIGHT SELLING AUTOS
CHICAGO, Jan. 15. Edward Reulbach
signed today a contract to pitch for the
Chicago National league baseball club
the coming season. He has been selling
automobiles UUp winter and ho told Pres
ident Murphy that the work had kept
down his weight until he now is In mid-!
summer form. Bobhy Craig and Edward
McDonald, formerly of the Tri-state
league and the Boston club of the Na
tional league, respectively, also sent In
their contracts. Tom Downoy was traded
to Sacramento for McDonald when he re
fused to report there.
AT DESERET GYM
The monthly swimming handicap at
the Descrct gymnasium last night proved
one of tho best aquatic meets of the
winter. Munn Cannon was the star per
former, taking the iirst heat from a fast
Held In the record time of :S7 for sixty
yards and then winning the final. Can
non had eighteen seconds start on Gray
and tile .state chamn was unable to make
up that distance. Eugeno Glenn took the
second heat In :."S 2-5: Lylo Smith the
third. In :(50 2-5. and IT. Dalton the
fourth. In :50 1-5. The time for the final
was ;59 2-5. for the winning ot which
Cannon received a cruet set; Glenn, fin
ishing second, was presented with a
clothes brush, and Dalton, third, a stickpin.
ASPIRANT FOR TITLE
PUTS UP GOOD BOUT
By International News SVrvIcc.
DETROIT, Jan. 15. A small crowd saw
Harrv Dell of San I'ranclsco and Harry
Whlto of York, Pa., tight eight fast
rounds before the "Windsor Athletic club
tonight. Although the pace was begin
ning to tell on "White In the closing
rounds, his aggressiveness in tho early
stage earned him a draw. Dell, who has
been promised a match with Johnny Cou
lon. proved to be a sturdy" mixer with a
wallop and had the bout gone a row
more rounds, undoubtedly would have
put. his man away. Wliite waa always
ready and willing to mix, but showed
plainly lack of condition as the bout
Salary Inspector Appointed.
CHICAGO, Jan. lo. President Al Tear
ney of the Three-Eye league appointed
today J. M. Boyle of Danville Inspector
of salaries and head of the press bureau
of the organization. Boyles's duties will
be to sec that the ealary limit rule is observed.
Colorado "Wants Boxinc.
DENVER, Colo., Jan. 15. Representa
tive W. H. Andrew of Denver Introducrd
a bill in the legislature today to legalize
boxing contests In Colorado under the
supervision of a state commission.
Soldier " Smith Bottcr.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Jan. 15. The con
dition of "Soldier" Smith of Fort Leav
enworth, who was knocked out last nlcitt
of the series will be called. Each new
member added to the association rolls
will count, for one run for the plaver
Inndlng the member. Failure to aiu
a. prospective will be counted as an
13. F. Mondenhall, an authority on
baseball and membership, will umpire
all games of the series, while D. F. Col
lett will act as official scorer. Game
will be played every Tuesday and Fri
day afternoons. The concluding game
of the series will bo played Saturday
afternoon, February 15.
Tho players signed for the series by
the two teams follow:
Red Sox J. J. O'Connor, captain; John
R. Bruff. A. E. Ebcrhardt, Guy A. Wil
son, E. J. Owen, Alfred T. Cutler. J. II.
Ilaslam, Frank "Woniack, Dr William
Ellerbeck. A. A. I'anier, W. J. Horn, R.
L. Shepherd. George Taysum, Orvln
.Morris, Rex Stark. C. 13. Castle. S. M.
Barlow. Lester Lambert, G. II. lslaub
and J II. Roberts.
Giants O. H. Meredith, captain; K J.
Alexander. George S. McAllister. George
A. Shuniaker. E. Aldridge. II. S Pollock,
F. D. Hughes. Seamorc Bailey. L. 13.
Hampton, E. F. Soderbcrg. J. D. Giles.
Orson 11. Hewlett, Edward Beck, David
Ostler. William P. Silver, A. E. Graham,
Fred Nelson and A. D. Pearson.
A. ), II, EDICT DEFIED .
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 15. The Ama
teur Athletic union was defied by the
University of Pennsylvania faculty eli
gibility coinmiltee today when Frederick
Sanvlllc was declared eligible to com
pete on the swimming team of the uni
versity. Sanville won third place in the
100-yard dash In the intercollegiate com
petitions last year aiuWwus a member
of the relay team.
A.- A. U. authorities declared Sanvillc
a professional on the allegation . that he
had received money for giving' swimming1
lessons fasC summer, but thc"unlvcrsltv
uphokls his deilfahof 'the charge."
He .will not participate in any meet
whero .Pennsylvania's opponents object.
The intercollegiate swimming association
will be asked to deckle his eligibility to
compete In championships.
May Expel Teams.
NEW YORK. Jan. 15. A mail vote on
the question of expelling such basketball
teams In tho Amateur Athletic union as
play against teams not registered at the
union is proposed by the officials. Every
winter there has been trouble over this
mailer, and there has been such a gen
eral outbreak of unsanctioned games Pale
ly that the organization heads declare It
Is Incumbent on them to show their au
thority. RoIng college teams and others
unregistered liavo been the offendors.
Fordham university. Toronto university
and Manhattan college and several others
havo already been, suspended and it Is
announced that the army and naval acad
emy learns aro threatened with suspension.
BY PITTSBURG MAN
Philadelphia W is. w. h.
Locke or Pittsburg announced this after
noon that he had purchased the Phila
delphia National league club.
The purchase price was not announced.
Locke announced that the club is owned
entirely by Phlladclphlans, with the ex
ception of a block purchased by himself
and his uncle, W. S. Baker, a former po
lice commissioner of New York.
TThe following were elected: President,
w. H. Locke; secretary-treasurer, Daniel'
C. Snyder of Pittsburg, father-in-law of
Locke, tho new head of the "Phillies,"
is well known In baseball circles, having
been for years 'secretary of tho Pills
SALARY LIMIT OF
S6000 TOO SMALL
NEW YORK, Jan. 15. Edward G. Bar
row, president of the International Base
ball league, will be In Chicago tomor
row at the National baseball commission
nic&&5 t0 ar?u against the salarv limit
of $0000 a month for class A clubs. This
rule was recently made effective in Ihe
National association of baseball clubs.
Barrow contends that the Internationa!
league cannot operate under such a limit
although It subscribed to tho rule at the
annual meeting in December. He declares
that several of his league clubs' have
found themselves In hot water because
some of their high salaried men arc like
ly to be lost.
Wins Three Straight.
The Continental Oil bowling team won
lhre.o stralgnt games from the Smlth
Lalley team last. Jilght. Tonight the. Scott
and Nationals irieet. Last night's score-SMITH-LA
Hamilton ' 102 151- ra
Mandlcr 179 179
Wlgrcn i.m 145 p7
""ft'cll I. 02 ICC 111- 3G0
Smith ... us 13fi j.,9 )00
LlnhouEo ISO 15G 127 -ICS'
Tolal 705 70S 6C5 207S
CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY.
12(5 155 107 I3S
a'8 1QU 95 12S- S20
jHcllbert mo ho HO -120
Hushes HI 121 139 !5
!irToi?1 Gf.3 G54 7042011
Handicap ,u Cl ci 1S3
Grand total 7"H 715 7C5 2191
N"EW YORK, Jan. 15. Stewards of
the National Steeplechase and Hunt as
sociation, tho governing body for cross
country racing in America, re-clcct.'d
Auguat Belmont president and arranged
a number or delallji for the coming sea-
BOYS WIW AFTER TIE
HaiWiTre Jeam Defeats. Jew
elers -aiid Continental
T,he second set of games In the Com
mercial basketball league was played last
night at the Y. M. C. A. and the close
finishes showed the quintettes to bo
evenly matched. In the first contest the
Telephone five tied with Hcnager's team,
15 to 15. requiring a continuation of the
game till one team should score. The
Telephone boys wore the lucky ones, Dye
throwing a basket after three minutes
of playing. Both of the other contests
ended with close scores, tho Continental
team winning from Ihe Halllday five. IG
to II. "and the Hardware team defeating
the Jewelry five. 17 to S.
Although the Hallidays were conceded
the best chance for the pennant on their
tossing of ;i week ago, lust night proved
that such concession is premature, tho
other teams having rounded out since tho
' Captain Hammond of the Halllday five
was unable to open up. due lo the cIoho
guarding- of Jar vis of the Bank team.
Jarvis Is a. boy of 15, but outplayed the
veteran and prevented him from scoring
tunc and again. Eor all-around plaving
Jarvis was the most conspicuous figure
on the floor, and his holding of Hammond
undoubtedly prevented the other team
fr"J" .running up a winning count.
v IIcox played hls usually good game
and made some baskets from hard posi
tions. Candland showed an improvement
n form, and Morrison put up a good bat
tle. Korns. who is generally expected to
.V.?h 'nal!ors, Played a straight game.
. Mle I1rnhVfire ys- Jewelry game proved
to be a family affair. Chick Howe, for-
m T- . fe' staVwas tne "est man for
the Jewelers, while his cousin "Bert
did the honors .for the Hardware. Cap
tain Gunn of tho Jewelers team was not
In tho game, and this undoubledlv helped
them lo Jose. CU
Between the halves of the second con
test Art Mncko and Fred Van Duson
8ae a ten-minute wrestling exhibition.
Macke. who is one of the best welter
weights In the west, was .too heavy for
Van Duson. who gave Fred Crabbo such
a tusslts In tho 125-pound claaw last win
ter. I he exhibition was spectacular and
was greatly enjoyed.
The basketball, lineups were;
Morrison If Candland
Dye. . . . . . . . . . . rf .Hoisington (.Capt)
Grundfor (Capt.) c Shaw
'Baylor Ig Korns
Klco rg... Johnson
Wilcox (Capt.).-.., ...If. .Hammond (Capt.)
Tracy if Uowcn
Anderson c '. Castro'
Jarvis Ig.., Flandro
Upham rg Davis.
Bert Howe U.-s .. ."Chick' Howe
"Walker.-. rf Bleak
Hoffman (CapL). .;. .c. . Parker
Hudson If ...Tay, Channel
Rydalch rg '.' Post
HIGH- SCHOOL BEATEN
BY WEBER ACADEMY
Special lo Thc-Trlbune.
OGDEN, Jan. 15. The Weber academy
basketball team had Ho difficulty in de
feating the Salt Lake high school live
here tonight, the final -score being Al to
fl. At, the end of the first half the score
stood. IG to 2 in favor of tho local team.
Belnap of the academy played the best
game, scoring twenty-live of his team's
forty-one points and throwing nine 'but
of a possible thirteen from tho foul
line. For the visitors Captain Ward did
the best work. The hlg,h school boys arc
much smaller than 'the local quintette.
The visitors continually fouled, which,
though apparently unintentional. cost
them many lines,
Weber. S. L. H. S.
clnap if, Rawlins
Jones , rf Siddoway
McKay (capt.) c King
Toonc. Haincv Ig Ward (capt)
Lindsay rg Kerr. Romncy
JESS WEST ERG A A RD
JOINS "WHITE HOPES"
DULUTII. Minn.. Jan. 15. Claiming lo
possess a reach greater than Jock John
son, weighing 21S pounds, and standing
six feet three Indies In height. Jess
W cstcrgaard, the wrestler, announced
here today that he was going after tne
heavyweight boxing championship. "I
know how to box and I have no fear of
any mo.n In the game.' said Wcstcrgaard.
Emil Klank, once manager of Frank
Golch. Is behind the new "hope." who
will fight Al Williame at Hot Springs.
Ark., February 15.
CLARK WILL DIRECT
MILWAIHCEE. Wis.. Jan. 15. William
Armour, formerly interested in the De
troit. Toledo and Cleveland clubs, has
purchased a block of stock in the Mil
waukee American Association baseball
club from Mrs. Charles Havcnor, the own
er and will have complete control of the
club this year. Mrs. Havcnor -will re
tain the majority of tho stock Armour
is to be in control of the business affairs"
of the club and Harry Clark, recently
appointed to succeed Hugh Duffv will
direct the team on the field.
Roberts's Team Crippled.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, Jan. 15. Coach Roberts of
the Brlgham Young university basketball
team is gloomy over the prospects for the
game with the L. D. S. lj. team that
will be played hero Saturday night. His
team Is crippled to such an extent that
ho baa had no practice and he is afraid he
will have no opportunity for practice be
fore, the game Saturday. Alma Richards
Is n bed with a sore throar and Earl
Wright has a case of la grippe which is
keeping his in his room.
Pool aud Billiard Tourney.
A pool and billiard tournament Is he
ing arranged by the 'ntcrlninment com
mittee of the Transportation club., of
which II. E. Goodwin is chairman. So
many entries have already heMi made
that the entertainment committee hna
planned two elimination contests for the
pool players and one for tho billiard play
ers. A meeting will bo held in the club
rooms this evening to decide which con
testJ? the different players will enter.
Zhyszko Throws Wostergaard.
DCL17TH, Minn., Jan. 15. In a re
markable exhibition of speed and strength
Zbyszko, the Polish wrestler, defeated to
night Jess Wcsterwaard of Dee Moines
winning the first fall In thirty minutes
and forty seconds with a bar-arm and
crotch hold and the second on a foul
Wcslergaard was Ihe aggressor the great
er part of the match and had Zbyszko In
several tight position?.
Kiilsnort Bnconios Ar.taVo
BOISE, Ida., Jan. 15. A bill making
the promotion of boxing matches In Ida
ho a felony, punishable by Imprisonment
for not leas than on0 year In the state
penitentiary, wan Introduced in the house
of representatives today bv Representa
tive Storey. Tho bill was referred to
Chris Von Dcr Aho Dying.
,-s'i''.,T'0UIS' Mo" Jan- IS- Chris Von
Dcr Alio, former owner or the o,'-J St.
Iijglran associatl Veball
WILL 1110 POLICE,
Free Calls From Pay Slalions
to Private Office of
A letter received yesterday by Chief
of Police ii. 'P. Giant from A. 11. De
Nike, division general manoger of the
Mountain States Telephone company, of
fers a solution of one of the troubles sot
forth In the recent report made by Chief
Grant, to the city commission. Tho re
port included a complaint that the truf
fle department of the telephone company
had repeatedly refused to allow any one
to call over tho private telephone of the
chief, "Wasatch 75." from a toll station
without paying Die customary 5 rents.
Tho letter explains that this was be
cause of a misunderstanding and that
the condition will be rectified.
The letter suys In part:
I regret very much that this mat
ter was not brought to the attention
of one of the officials or heads of de
partments of thu company, as I as
sure you that it would havo had
prompt and favorable attention, a.1
it is the desire and policy of thin
company to- give particular atten
tion to all departments of public
safety, especially the police and fire
departments. Beginning with today
J 'havo instructed our traffic depart
ment to make no further charges from
any pav stallo'n in tho city to anyone
calling for Wasatch 75. which I trust
will meet with your approval.
CRUSHED UNDER TRAIN;
WILL PROBABLY DIE
Caug-ht umlor the wheels of a back
ing switch engine, as he wis crossing
the Den vM' & U-io Grande track at
Garfield. Arthur Niolson, 7 years of
age, son of K. M. Niclson, suffered
foari'ul, probably falal injuries at. 7:30
o'clock last evening.
Tho mutilation of. I ho boy's body in
cluded the severing of the' right thigb
at the hip, tlu! left leg just below the
knee, the right arm and tho left ear.
Tie was aiven imniediato surgical al
tonLion at Garfield by Dr. J). L. Bar
nard. A special train fought him to
calt Lake ami ho was taken lo St.
Mark's hospital at "9 o'clock last night.
Little hope for his recovery is juati
Ged bv his condition, according to tlm
, Ji. M. Niclson, the father of the in
jured boy. came to Salt Lake voster
day morning, and first heard the tragic
news as he was about to take the train
back for Garfield last night. Ho hur
ried to the hospital iliuT remained ar
the bedside of his little son.
By lnlcrnalional News Service.
n-Fr ,XOBK, Jan. 15. Dudley
l-ield Malone, son-in-law of Senator
James A. O'G-orman; 'has becu tend
ered and has accepted tho post of
secretary to President-elect Wilson,
lie will assume the duties of this
posiliou after March 4.
William "P. McC'ombs, chairman of!
the Democratic national committee,
has informed President-elect Wilsou.
that, under the advice of his physi
cians, ho must rofrain- from all offi
cial and political activity after the
inauguration at Washington March -I.
This means that Mr. McCombs. -will not
cuter tho cabinet of President Wilson.
Gcorgo Gordon Battle, formerly as
sistant district attorney under William
Travors Jerome, and now a law
partner of Senator O 'Gorman, can suc
ceed Henry A. Wise- as United States
attornoj' of this district if lie wishes
to do so.
Thoso three bits of iuform.ation re
garding the relations tho ' persons
named -will hold to tho Wilson adminis
tration, came to an International News
Service reporter today from threo dif
ferent sources that aro known to be
vcr' close to tho president-elect.
COMMERCE COURT TO '
LIVE "UNTIL JUNE 30
WASHINGTON".. Jan. 15. By a vote of
..u to 20 the senate adopted todav an
amendment to the legislative, executive
and Judicial appropriation bill, length
ening the life of the commerce court un
til June SO. Under the existing law the
court would become a thing of tho past
after March A. The extension was made
to enabje the couiH to clear up its cal
endar. The bill will have to be agreed
lo by a conference committee of the two
The legislative bill, carrying approxi
mately $S5..1Sn,71-J. probably will be passed
.The commerce court amendment pre
cipitated lengthy debate. Progressives
hold that the court should be abolished
March I. Members- of the other two
parties claimed that termination of tho
activities of tho court March I would
result In chaotic conditions In Ihe busi
Senator Dixon of Montana. Progres
sive, declared thai the appropriation only
would rexult ln the piling up of more
cases in tho commerce court.
"Tho quicker if Is abolished the hap
pier the people of Iho country will be,"
Senator Cnimnlns of Iowa, who had op
posed tho court, was In favor of trans
ferring its jurisdiction to some other
tribunal before abolishing It.
of a complication of diseases at his home
here. He is JO years old.
Lid Goes On in Omaha.
OMAHA, Neb. .Tan. Io. Chief of Po
lico Dunn tonight issued an order pro
hibiting boxing matches In this city.
The chief slated that the Baraca union
and several well-known ministers had
mado complaint against a scheduled ten
round fight betwce.il Packey Mclrarlund
and Prank I c Whitney Friday night- The
contestants and club had posted forfeits,
but the action of the police will probably :
prevent the men from coming together!
Dubuc Is ' 'Holdout.' '
SOUTH 1315.VD, Ind.. Jan. 13, Jean Du
buc. a member of last year's pitching
staff of the Detroit American leaguo
team, today announced lie had refused
lo sign the contract sent him and would
quit baseball. Dubuc says he will coach
the Notre Dame baseball team this
Goodman Ib Outpointed.
ST. LOUIS. .Tnii. IS. Joe Sherman ol
Memphis outpointed Danny Goodman of
Now York tonight In an eight-round bout
They weighed pounds at 3 o'clock.
Benny McGovern of St. Louis was
awarded a close decision over Bobby
Robldcau of Memphis in the eighth round
of the eoml-flnal.
Kodak Pictures Finished.
Mail us your films. 8alt Lake
Photo Supply Co. 159 Main street.
Exclueivo photo dealer.
JTJSTEIGHT COAJl all kind, enre
fully screened. Alliance Coal Co., 11 (
ggPWe Wa, M43.
10 lESK TIE If!
Will Gran I Turkey a Few
-Days Longer to Smmil in
Deference to the P nvers.
. I, .
LOJJO.N. .Ian. lo. The Linlkau na
tions wish the world to kno v that they
havo not weakened in f lit ir dctcrnii
'iiatiouio resume hostilities unless Tur
key accepts their tonus quickly, but in
deference to 1 ho powers thej' may with
hold, the execution of thoij" resolve a
few davs longer than scorned likely
As allies, they inaugurated the doc
trine of "the Balkans for Itho Balkan
pooplesj ! . and they dcolare the pro
pose tot maintain the rilit won by
their united armies to bo considered
a great independent people aud man
age their own diplomacy to their own
national interests. While they are
willing to concede a' brief period of de
lay for Turkey's answer, it is uot with
a view of. resuming negotiations ou any
modi lied basis.
ATHISNS, Jan. 15. Th. Turkish
cruiser McdJIdleh performed a dating
feat in a-, heavy fog last nigm- .mic
steamed out of the Dardanelles and
passed itnifo'ticed through the lines of Iho
Greek destroyers cruising ott the straits:
She appeared at noon today off the
island of Syra, one of the Cycldcs, and
bombarded." the powder magazine and
coal depots. These were not damaged,
but the electrical power station war.
The Medjldleh also tired on the Greek
auxlllarv cruiser Macedonia, which was
undergoing rep'alrs in Syra harbor. When
fifteen shells had been llred tho com
mander of the Macedonia, after landing
his crew to maintain order In the town
and to strengthen the guard over the
Turkish prisoners, sank tho Macedonia
in the harbor, to prevent her destruc
tion by the warship.
The McdJidleh then left in the direc
tion of Smyrna, The Greek Meet has '
been ordered to Intercept her. So fai
ns "is known," the other Turkish war
ships havo not left the Dardanelles.
UTAH, BOYS' CLUBS
Delegates, fnom Various Cities
Will Holcl Third AnmiaL
Convention Here. I
The Associated Boys Clubs of UliaU,
will hold their "third annual conventilorf
in Salt Lake beginning Friday. Dele
gates from nine? different clubs of Off
den aro expected; one each from Lofrai.
Provo. Garfield. Park City and possffibly
Kureka. The sessions will be held! at
the Inunanuol Baptist church with IB t!c
exception of the Sundav meetings, wmilch
will be held it Rarratt hall. ffl j .
The board of managers is mado uflp of
an executive committee coinposcilNftf
Paul Jonos, II. U, McCartney, I-lomeM l.
Hoisington. Frank Owens, Dr. KM. P
Cowans, the Rev. 'Elmer I. Goshen ipd
W; E. .Day, and a central commMtre
composed of Robert Porter, P.Iij!'
Stephens. Pro'f. El. Hinckley, .iM.')'1
Segall B. 71. Roberts. Prof. II. DiBlSS.
Hie Rev. H. P. Nichols. Ihe P.cv. vHfc?r
Bulkley. Prof. F. O: Cross. C A. SmSfV
walte. ,C. L. Smith. I. .1. Cm ft. iV
Mills. Prof. John Mills, c. U. MartlrBnl
Dr. John Taylor. ,
The programme ifor the con'cB,M
follows: ' Ht
1:00 p. id. ncRlstratlon of deleuateHat
X. M. C. A. building. " M
:u0 p. m. Convention banquet, Inl'nKVn
uel Baptist church, Fourth East of nd
Second South. W
Toastniaslor....-' U, M BaSley
Address of .welcome Mavor L'aVk
Welcome on balilf or Salt Lako
hoys ...t Edward Blglow
Response Frank Owens ofOsdcn
.Address. "Being" a Man" "
O-.SO a. m. Devotional . i
.Ttov. r. A. ShnplrnT
0:"i0 a.- ni. Address,.. "OpportunititSl'.
Chief or Poliw B. X' ranL
10:10 a. m. Address. "Soefal Pur-
Jty Dr. C. G. Plummor
t0:.ii. a. m. Business session..
11:00 a. m. Sectional conferences.
K. O. K. A.
High schooli , -
Miscellaneous clubs. '
l:o0 i. in. Automobile ride for out-oi- ,
town delegates. A trip to IFort
Douglas. ;. , .
3:00 p. m. Athletics and swim. 'Five
minutes will be allowed each clob to
do some stunt. Tlmrc wM n q yell
con test. x
7;-1S p. m. Special music f
S:k. p. m. ' Address, "The Making i(
an Athlote"..Coachn;ennion. U "of U.
Talks by popular alhlotcs. 1
B.0O a, tn. Adult loaders confercufe
1:00 p. ni. Mass meotlsgfor boys. -Judce
McMastcr of the jS-cnlle court ujll
speak. -1 ""AJ '
Sons Aro Palfccarors.
Funeral services for kenrv Anion, 70 1
years of age. who dledjit UGV Harrison a
avenue. Sunday, were hiia at the Seven-
tecnth ward chapol yctijrclay aftirnoon B
at -' O'clock. Bishop Ft S. TliigeT ofll- B
elated SIX sons of Mr.LMuolt acted as H
pallbearers, and six grltiddniiqlitirs as ft
(lower Rirls. Interment vas in 'tli: City H
ccmelery. . M
is Clogged up 1
That's Why You're Tired--fis
Sorta Have No AppctHgj,, jg
CARTER'S UTTLEMJRNv , 1
LIVER PILLS JSP-''- I
will put you right JmCTptt' 1
In a fcwjyj 1
Ivawxx, ladgtitfoa, awl SUk Ha,,
SMALL FILL, SMALL DOSE. SMAgjrJ
V Vl man 8hotid &
tha worst ofJP - 1
WmJFi and chronJo tr2i 1
I I Eloctra-Vlta '"Wi I
trio body appliance, worn JHi"! CD
tcep. We want no mmrnS'Jffi H
org. Write foroiir frgj jji i
Deft, 1M. 70jWCt3
I SIGNS OF BH 11
IN NEWJUMPSH1RE I
Lemocral Leads for Senator, ! -Sal
bul Ihe Progressives Will '. g
Decide Election. ;
CONCOKD, X.'H.. .Ian. 15. The- Icr- '
ijlaturc failed today to olout a United mi
Slates soutuor. The joint hallol. fol M?'
I Henry l Mollis (D). 100; Henry 15. S!
Qui ii by (R), JL0S; K. W. Pillsbnry (R),
aB: Sherman Ii. Burroughs (IT), 2ii; SUp
Robert, P. Baas (P), IS; scattering U,
E.CIIKYKXNB. W.yo., .Ian. lo. I'pon W
flio conveninp of. the two houses ol K,
the Wyoming legislature tliis afrernoiSu
lliere 'was no indication thai, the two 'K
Republican house nieriibers who flocked 'Hf
fvith the Deniocrats yesterday to per- ,WHl
feet the organization of the house had Bft
hnv intentions of retreating from Un 1m
stand they look at the first; session. SrEr
Kcpublicah leaders have been unable iBfc'
to got cither of llicm to divulgn their
purposes aud both have published state- BV
mcnt-3 in which they justify their ac kW'
tion upon the ai'ound of breaking i B?'
'' machine rule. " Mj
Senator I R. Warren was summoned 4E
by tclerraph from Washington late fl1
tonight by" his supporters in both Uf?L
branches of the legislature, where his
re-election is hotly contested by an mf'
alignment of Democratic and Progres Bfl
sive forces, lie is expected here Tn fc
AlK'L'fcjTA. Me., Jan. o. Former 9'
Congressman Edward C. BiMc-igh. Ke- (mf.'
publican, was elected United Stale ilM
senator by the Maine legisliituro in rjflW
joint, convention today. The voto was 'jktt
as follows: -W,
Burleigh (II), 91: Gardner (D), S'J: W '
Thompsson (P). 7; 91 were necessary tWAB
for n choice. t''Bpi
XASIEVrLLU. Temi., .Inn. 15. The jW'-
Tennessee legislature in its first joint, 'iKfrp
session today i'ailed lo elect a senator 'ML:'-
for cither tuo long or the short tcrih. ,Sri
BATTLE OVER OPIUM 1&
TRAFFIC IN SHANGHAI Jj
SHANGTIAT, Jan. 15. Two persons
were killed and many injured as a re- .7J.
suit of a pitched battle today over tl - WL ,
attempts to suppress the opium traffic tm& u
Oflleials of the Shang-Tu and neighbor- Rrj
intr districts wore patrolllns with a mill-
taiv escort to enforce Ihe order of pro- WaS:.
hlbition against tho v.ulilvailon of opium. BSr2
when thoy were set upon by 1000 armed BFJ,
supporters of iho opium traffic. A fighi .yv?,
ensued, in which both sides fired several Km
. Sta.rt an account with the Farmers 'WL.
fc Stockgrowoi's T3anlc on tlio dav of M-nn
its opening, Monday, .January 20, 101 :;.
( Advertisements 9S
r, 220 Down Main. I
I Everything Men Wear. 1 Mtl
1 Your Clothes
I Here Today MI
I Tlie Greatest f 3
I of Them Alllfe5
THTS salo is unique ow- IfcA-
mg to its great scop Iff
nothing heing reserved -
It is a sale of sales "a re JRlfr'
one." There aro no "j Wfca
31. s" or "'Lefi: Overs" flHj
be handed you. The vcL MSfi
lar line of Crabbe's goods B";,t
being sold for less mol
Original tickets are on ill (f4
goods you figure your In jS- ' X
reductions. The valueff- B'ftl
fered are supreme. Iry BafeS
man in this town aniho BflE'fe
surrounding country iild
attend this salo and sh! in H jr. B
the gi'eat values offeif 8teJ,"tIo
Guaranteed Clothes fpeniHiS bo 3
their Sons their Aers.iB r ti,rcea