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i THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY STARCH 4 1907
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Such remarkable bargains bar g gCoda airs will never be offered again tiro We le have spent s p ent thousands s to introduce the highest grade de of pure liquors to the Washlng Washington ion public Here are the bargains which we offer again in
Coda to convince convince conV i1ce you that these goods merit your continued patronage at our regular prices
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r H THE TH JOHN WEDDERBURN COMPANY COMPANYLady
Lady Clerks WHOLESALE WHOLESALE LiQUOR DEALERS Lady Clerks Clerksl Clerkscall
l call Mail Orders 616 6 1 6 618 6 1 8 F S T R E E TN T m W WI Telephone r Orders Oj J J1Ut
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PLAYERS JOIN oi CANTILLON CANTILLONEight GANTILLONEight CANTILLONEight
Eight Nationals Have Reported to tolEanager toManager toManager
Manager at Chicago ChicagoCharley OhioagoCharley Chicagoharley
Charley Jones and John Anderson AndcraonAre AnlcrmnAre AndersonAre
Are Expected to Sign Before Detoretbe DetoretbeSfIunl the theStiund theSquad
Squad Leaves for GalvestonR Galvestonsel Galveston GalvestonSpecial GahestonSpecial
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Special to The Wage Wa Id cia lltnU lltnUChicago 11 11Chicago IiaaliChicago
Chicago March lMaaager 1 Manager CantiUon CantiUonwas CtulUUona8 Cantiilonwas
was a8 kept busy greeting his ball ballplayers ballplayerstoday players pHtycrstoday playerstoday
today Pitcher Tom Hugh4 Hug Hugh s FrankKitson Frank FrankKitson FltJIkIltson
Kitson Charley Smith and an Fred Falk Falkenberg liaIkenberg Psikenberg
enberg Catcher Biankenchip Blanken hlp and Infield Inflelders IafteldH8 Infielders
ers Schlafly Schla 3 < and Nill were the veterans veteranswho veteransho veteranswho
who ho reported to their manager WItemt Nilsondrafted WItemtdrafted Wll cm cmdrafted
drafted from the Canton club of the theCentral thentral theCentral
Central ntral League last tall was the only onlyone onlyone
one 00 < > of the recruits to show upfhe up upThe upThe
The Nationals Natlona1 were originally ort nall scheduled scheduledto heduled heduledtu
to to leave for Galveston today to ybat but Can Cantlllon CaRt1lon Cantillon ¬
tlllon changed the schedule to start to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow night half a day da later than th thWhite ttaWhite tha thaWhite
White Sox will depart departCatcher delMUtCatcher departCatcher
Catcher Hayden and Infielder Perrtne Pen1fteare Perrinare Perrtneare
are expected to join the Nationals at atKansas atKansas atKansas
Kansas City when the train reachesthere reaches reachesthere rMCfte8th
there thereShortstop th thereShortstop > re reShorutop
Shortstop Altlaer Outfielder Charley CharleyJones CharleyJones CharleyJones
Jones and Pitcher PI idler Graham will 111 go direct directto directto directto
to the training camp In Texas Te Jones Joneshas Joneshas Joneshas
has been wintering wlnterln < < In Denver and nd the theother theother theother
other two OR the Paclnc CoastCharley CoastCharley Coast CoastCharley
Charley Jones and Anderson have e not notsigned notsigned notsigned
signed yet et but are expected to get intoline Into Intoline IntoHne
line before the team leaves here hereHAL heroHAL hereHAL
HAL CHASE TO SIGH SIGHCrack SIGllCraek SIGNCrack
Crack New Xe York First Plr t Baseman Will WillJoin WillJoin VlllJoin
Join Club Thin Thl Week WeekNew WeekNew VeekNew
New York March S IHal Hal Chase thestar the thestar thestar
star first baseman of the New York YorkAmericans YorkAmericans YorkAmericans
Americans will sign a contract contract to play playagain playagain playagain
again under the th management of Clark ClarkGriffith ClarkGriffith
Griffith Grlt th as soon as he reaches the train training traln1ng training ¬
ing quarters at Atlanta some time this thisweek this6k thiswtek
week wtekChase weekChase 6k 6kChase
Chase has never had any idea that be bewould bewould bewould
would not play pia here again and n at no notime notime notime
time has he considered conalder d seriously the theproposition theproposition theproposition
proposition to play in San Jose his home homewhere hoInewhere homewhere
where an outlaw outJa club of doubtful finan financial financial ftoanclal ¬
cial strength is m m operation operationCnrllnle operationCnrlhlle operationCarlisle
Carlisle Indian for Lynchburg LynclibnrsSixrial LynchburgIJlC Lynchburgprial
Sixrial IJlC a1 to tol1M The Wubmgtaa Herald HeraldLynchburg HeraldLynchburg HealdLynchburg
Lynchburg Va March 3 3Manager 3ManagerGrim Manager ManagorGrim ManagerGrim
Grim of the local ta baseball ball l team has pur purchased purchased purchased ¬
chased the release of Nefeau a fornier fornierCarlisle formert fornierCarlisle
t Carlisle arUsle Indian catcher from Manager ManagerJennings ManagerJnnlngs ManagerJennings
Jennings of the Detroit Americans
A Full Qt of Overholt seven sevenyears s sevenyears ven venyears
years old Value 125 125I 125Qt
I Qt Wedderburn Value 125 125Vaue 125Va 125Yaue
Vaue Va ue I S250 S250This 260 260Both 250Both
Both for
165 165This
This Overholt was made March 15 1900 and just received from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Government bonded warehouse
Combination No 6 0 2 2i
1 full quart of eightyearold eightyearoldBourbon eightyearoklBourbon eightyearoldBourbon
Bourbon made April AprU7 7 1899 with witha
a full quart of Wedderburn V rburn value valueSzSo
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For 155 I
BASEBALL NOTES NOTESSan
San Francisco Oakland and Los LO An Angeles Angeles Angeles ¬
geles are building new ball parks parksBill parksBill parkaBill
Bill Fox who was purchased from Min Minneapolis Minneapolis Mlaneapolhr ¬
neapolis will captain th the Lincoln club clubThe clubThe clubThe
The Cantillons Cant lons have given Mike Kelly Kellyabsolute KellTi Kellyabeolute
i absolute charge of the Des Moines team teamThe tamThe teamThe
The HaverMU club has signed Tom TomKeady TomKeady TomKeady
Keady a former form Dartmouth D < < rtmouth College cap captain captam captais ¬
tam tainTis
Tis said that Garry Herrmann has hasspent hasapeat beespelt
spent St 5MM 5 since he broke into baseball baseballfire buebAliftTe baseballfive
fire years ago agoKid agohKId agoKid
hKId Kid Carscy Carse the once famous pitcher pitcheris
is an applicant for a job as an umpire inthe in inthe Inthe
the Pacific Coast League LeagueMcllveen LeacueMcIlveen LeagueMcllveen
Mcllveen the Penn State College Collegetwirler C911 C911twirler Collegetwirler
twirler who is under reserve ro erve by PitU Pittaburg PitUburg PJttabun
burg has decided to give up baseball b eHl1 for formining formlnmg formining
mining engineeringGeorge engineering engineeringGeorge engineeringGeoe
George Van Haltren the exGiant is israking II IIraklnc israking
raking together toge her a formidable looking lookingbunch JooItfbgbUnch lookingbunch
bunch of puiyefs play pixyc + ts for the Oakland Cal Calclub Catclub Calclub
club of which he is manager manageri managerTwo managerTwo
i Two hundred and fifty fans attended the thebanquet tlHtbanquet thqbanquet
banquet in Philadelphia Thursday evening eveningin
in honor of Connie Mack and Billy BillyMurray BillyMurray BillyMurray
Murray the rival managers in Quaker Quakertown Quakerto Quakertown
town townYale to townYale
Yale is I giving Billy Lush the former formerI formerCIw formerCleveland
I Cleveland CIw land player a bi blr big share of the thecredit tbecredit thecredit
credit for the showing he made by y the theNew tbeNew theNew
New Haven varsity varsit basketball team teamthis teamthis teamthis
this winter winterCharley wInterCharley winterCharley
Charley Hlckman has forwarded a trunk trunkcontaining trunkcontaining trunkcontaining
containing about bout thirtyfive new bats to toGalveston toGaheston toGalveston
Galveston Heres honing Cheerful will willfind willfind 111 111find
find one that he can use In lacing them themout themout themout
out at about a 300 clip clipCleveland clipCleveland clipCleveland
Cleveland scribes predict that Birming Birmington Blrmlngton Birmington
ton one of the new Naps Na s will be the thegreatest thegreatest
greatest re < < test thrower In the major leagues leaguesnext leaguesnext
next season After having seen Charley CharleyJones CharleyJones
Jones whip in action local fans will have haveto haveto haveto
to be shown shownDoc shownDoc shownDoc
Doc Quirk last years ears trainer of the theNationals theNationals theNationals
Nationals has spent a part of the winter winterwith winterwith winterwith
with John Anderson at Worcester Andy Andyhas Andybas Andyloon
has practically finished the new home on onwhich onwbich onwhich
which he has been working since the theclose tbeclose theclose
close of the season seasonWilson seuonVilson seasonWilson
Wilson Charles a pitcher from the theCarlisle theCuUsle theCarlisle
Carlisle Indian School has been signed signedby signedbr signedby
by the Trenton club of the TriStateLeague TrIState TrIStateLeague TrlStateLeagu
League Charles will 111 be remembered rememberedas
as ft star football player who was a amember 8mem1ttr amember
member of the Redskin eleven which whichadministered whichadmlnlstcred which whichadministered
administered a severe drubbing to toG to toGeorgetown toGeorgetown
Georgetown G Or etown two years ago agoAmerican agoAnlcrlenn agoAmerican
American Association Schedule ScheduleChicago ScheduleChicago ScheduleChicago
Chicago March 3 3The The schedule committee com committee committee ¬
mittee of the American Association of ofBaseball ofBa ofBaseball
Baseball Ba ebaII Clubs has decided upon theseasons the theseasons these
seasons se sons schedule President OBrien of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the association says that the season will willopen willo willopen
open o n April 17 and close September IS ISThe 16The
The opening games he said would be beMilwaukee beMUvau1lee beMilwauliee
Milwaukee at Columbus SL Paul at To Toledo ToIfdo Toledo ¬
ledo Kansas City Clt f at Louisville and MInneapolls Min Minneapolis Minneapolis ¬
neapolis at Indianapolis
Combination No 3 3Vaiu 3Yltlu
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1 Bottle Cocktails the finest finestmade finestmade finestmade
made 100 looValue 100Value 100Value
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LAVE CROSS TO BE CAPTAIN CAPTAINWill CAPTAINWill CAPTAINWi11
Will Will Have v Charge of Nationals Nation ls on onthe onthe onthe
the Field Fieldla Fi ld ldIs
Is the Logical CandlrlateExlericnce CandidateExperiencewith Candidate CandlrlateExlericncewith Experience ExperienceTrlth
with the Champion Athletics Will WillMake WillMake Vill VillInke
Make Him lUm a Valuable alu IJ1c Aid AidLave Aid AidLave ld ldLave
Lave Cross will captain c ptKln the Nationals Nationalsnext Nationalsneit Nationalsnext
next season seasonWhile HIlsonVhtl seasonWISH
While WISH no definite announcement bas liasbeen basbeeR hasbeen
been made by Manager Joe Cantlllon an anofficial anofttdal anomelal
official of the club is responsible respon lble for the theannouncement theannouncement theannouncement
announcement that Cross is practically practicallythe
the only player under consideration for forthe forthe forthe
the honor honorAlthough honorAlthough honorAlthough
Although Cantlllon will ill be a n bench bunchmanager benchmanager bOnchmanager
manager he has decided to don a umV umVform UOl UOlform uniform
form and go on tho coaching linos while whileWashington whileWashington
Washington Is at the bat While this thiswill thiswill
will be of considerable assistance as istanco to the theteam theteam theteam
team in developing some intelligent Intelligent base baserunners bastrunner baserunners
runners It Is necessary neea ary to have h ve a 8 direct directing directing directing ¬
ing hand while the team is in the field fieldand fieldand fieldand
and Cross is the logical candidate for forthe forthe forthe
the place placeGrose placeCro placeCross
Cross Cro will 111 not be new to the job as ashe ashe ashe
he captained the champion Athleticswhen Athleticswhen Athletics Athleticswhen
when the Philadelphians were the sensa sensation sensation senselion ¬
tion of the American League Last year yearLave yearLave ear earLae
Lave was a a big help to Jake Stahl and andthis andthis andthis
this year worklng w rklng with Cantlllon he heshould heshould heshould
should be able to pull the club out of ofmany ofmany ofmany
many a tight place by using the judgmeat judg judgment judgment ¬
ment which made him famous when he hewas hewas liewas
was with Connie Macks outfit outfitCross outfitr outfitCross
Cross r i8 spent several days dn s last week inWashington in inWashington InWa
Washington Wa blngton He left yesterday for Chi Chicago ChlcafO Chfcage ¬
cage where he will probably have AN 3 talk talkwith taUtwith talkwith
with Stahl and attempt to influence the theformer theformer theformer
former manager to reconsider his de decielbn decl8on deciefon
cielbn not to play in Washington WashingtonAt
At the request of a number of fans the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following schedule of exhibition games gameswhich gnmeswhIch gameswhich
which was published pub1J hed exclusively e luslcly In The TheHerald TIleHel1lld TheHerald
Herald several weeks wceksagu ago Is Is reprinted reprintedMarch reprintedMarcb9 reprintedMarch
March Marcb9 9 to 21 at Galveston Tex March MarchY3
23 3 St Louis Cardinals at Houston HoustonMarch HoustonMarch HoustonMarch
March 26 b at Waco March 26 at Dallas DallasMarch DallasMar DallasMarch
March Mar < h 27 1 at Fort Worth March 2S nt ntWichita ntWichita It ItWichita
Wichita March 29 9 at Topeka March 30 30at 30at 30at
at Kansas City March 31 at Kansas KansasCity IansnsCIt KansasCity
City CIt r April 1 at Springfield Ill April t tat 2at pat
at Springfield Ill April 3 and 4 at In Indianapolis IndlanfpoUs Indianapolis ¬
dianapolis April i at Cincinnati April AprilL AprIlat
8 L at Dayton April 7 at t Springfield SpringfieldOhio SpringfieldOhio SpringfieldOhio
Ohio April 3 Sand and 9 at Columbus rfjpril
10 return to Washington WashingtonAlexandrians WashingtonAlexandrians WashingtonAlexantirinne
Alexandrians Best Mount Pleasant PleasantThe PleaJllnntThe PleasantThe
The Alexandria Athletic Association Associationbasketball Associationbaskotb Associationbasketbail
basketball baskotb 1I team in n Us second game game de defeated dofeattd defeated ¬
feated the Mount Pleasant team t am Saturday Saturdayby Satu lay layby aY aYby
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We guarantee the above goods under the Pure Food Law They are or of the best b est quality we offer under our own ownbrands ownbrands ownbrands
brands
While Uncle Sam does not guarantee the quality of any whisky yet he does say that he will protect you under the thePure thePure thePure
Pure Food Law which applies more especially to the t he hthe District of Columbia than the States StatesUnder Sta Stares StaresUnder fes fesUnder
Under date dat of Jan 16 1907 the t he Commissioner Comm ner of Internal Int rnal Revenue the Hon J W Yerkes writes us the following followingletter folIowingletter followingletter
letter
Treasury Department DepartmentWashington Departmentr DepartmentWashington
r Washington January 16 6 1907 1907The 1907The 1907Wedderburn
The John Wedderburn edderburn ed dcrbxi Company ComIsnY616 616 and 618 F Streetv Street Street1W WaaW W lla gton on onGentlemen D C CGentlemen C CGenflemen
Gentlemen Your fetter of the 14th instant instantis is received with which you ou inclose an advertisement of a brand of bot bottledinbond bottledinbond bottledin
tledin tledinbond blolxl spirits which reads readsYOU Quality age and quarnlty guaranteed by the United States Government GovernmentYOU GovernmentYOU
YOU ASK IF IT IS TRUE THAT THE GOVERNMENT GUARANTEES THE QUALITY OF ANY WHISKY WHISKYIn
In reply you are informed that the green engraved strip stamp upon a bottle shows that the spirits contained therein thereinwere thereinwere thereinwere
were bottled under the Act of March 3 1897 1 which provided for the bottling of distilled spirits in bond and the regulationsprovide regulations regulationsprovide regulationsprovide
P provide that there shall be a stamp affixed over the neck of the bottle showing the proof of the spirits the registered distillery distil distillery distllIery ¬
lery leryP lerynumber number the State and district in which the distillery is located the real name of the actual bona fide distiller the year yearand yearand yearand
and distilling season whether spring or fall of the original inspection or entry into bond and the date of bottling bottlingTHE bottlingTHE bottlingTHE
THE GOVERNMENT DOES NOT PRESCRIBE ANY FORMULA FOR THE DISTILLATION OF SPIRITS SPIRITSNOR SPIRITSNOR SPIRITSNOR
NOR DOES IT MAKE ANY GUARANTEE AS TO THE QUALITY OR PURITY OF THEM THEMNo THEMNo THEMNo
No material or substance of any kind can be added to the spirits during the process of bottling or the preparation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the spirits for bottling except pure water when necessary to reduce the spirits to 100 proof nor can any Substance or ormaterial ormaterial orm
material m aterial be subti subtracted acted from the spirits except that charcoal sediment or other like substance may be removed from the thespirits thespirits thespirits
spirits by straining them through cloth felt or other like material materialSpirits i iSpirits iSpirits
Spirits bottled in bond are bottled under the supervision of a storekeeper whose duty it is to see S that the provisions provisionsof
of the law are complied with I Respectfully
J W YERKES Commissioner CommissionerFrom CommIssionerFrom 1 1Frain
From the above you see Uncle Sam does not guarantee even bonded whiskies Yet the Pure PureFood PureFood PureFood
Food Law guarantees the public that WE shall not sell you goods upon MISREPRESENTATION
AMONG THE BOXERS BOXERSTommy BOXERSTommy BOXERSTommy
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Tommy OToole a Philadelphia Philadelphiafeatherweight ltillldelpbJafeatherweight Philadelphiafeatherweight
featherweight is out with a challenge challengeto
to fight Abe Attell for a purse and stele aklebet stelet steleJimmy sidebet
bet t
Jimmy Carroll and Jimmy Walsh Watehwill WaJ Walshwill k kwill
will meet in a twentyround bout before beforethe beforothe beforethe
the Pacific Athletic Club of Los Angeles ADpieaCa AngelesCal AngelesCal
Cal on March S SSpike SSpike 5Spike
Spike Robsdn Ro On an Bngttsh feather featherweight featherweight eathervellIt ¬
weight and Harry Baker of California Californiahave cnUtornlamle Californiahave
have agreed to box six rounds before the theNational theNatloG1 theNational
National Athletic Club of Philadelphia on onMarch onMarch onMarch
MarchReports March 8 8Reports 1ReImois
Reports from Rochester N Y indicate indicatethat ImllOtltethat indicatethat
that Tomm Tommy Ryan and Hugo H Kelly are areIn areIn arein
In fine physical condition for their bou boubefore boubefore hour hourbefore
before the Rochester Athletic Club to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night nightEfforts nightEfforts nightEfforts
Efforts are being beln made to arrange a asixround Asixround asixround
sixround bout between Jack Palmer Palmeran
an English heavyweight and Sailor SailorBurke SailorBurke SailorBurke
Burke to take place before the National NationalAthletic NationalAthleUe NationalAthletic
Athletic Club of Philadelphia the latter latterpart 1atterpart latterport
part of this month mouthAccording monthAccording monthAccording
According to the articles aof f agreement agreementsigned alreementsttned agreementsigned
signed by b Matty IaUy Baldwin and Harlem HarlemTommy Harlemrommy HarlemTommy
Tommy Murphy for their coming bout boutbefore boulbefore boutbefore
before the National Athletic Club of ofPhiladelphia ofPhUadelphbl ofPhiladelphia
Philadelphia the rival rlvalngbters fighters will have haveto haveto haveto
to weigh in at 130 pfcunds at 1 oclock on onthe onthe onthe
the day of the battle battlePhiladelphia battlePbIJadeiphlft battlePhiladelphia
Philadelphia Jack OBrien has can canceled cllnccled canceled ¬
celed his engagement o to t fight Twin TwinSullivan TwinSullivan TwinSullivan
Sullivan before the Pacific Athletic Club Clubof CluboC Clubof
of Los Angeles Cal OBrien is now on onhis onhis onhis
his way wa from Frisco to the Quaker City Citywhere CIQwhere Citywhere
where he will try to arrange a match matchwith matchwith matchwith
with Jack Palmer of England EnglandJoe EnglandJoe EnglandJoe
Joe Thomas a California middle middleweight middleweight middleweight ¬
weight has advised Kdvl his friends to bet betthat betthat betthat
that he will knock out Honey Mellody Mellodyin MeIlod MeIlodin
in their sixround bout before the Nations Na National NAtIonal ¬
tional Athletic Club of Philadelphia next nextj nextWednesdAY nextWednesday
j Wednesday night nightMike nightnke nightMike
Mike nke Donovan a Rochester middle middleweight middlewelght middleweight ¬
weight and Billy Bill Rhoades RhGtld of Kansas KansasCity KansasCity KansasCity
City have signed articles of agreement agreementcalling Agreementnng agreementcalling
calling nng for a fifteenround bout to take takeplace takeplAce takeplace
place before the Portland Ale 1e Athletic AthleticClub AthleticClub AthleticClub
Club on March 11 11Unk 11Unk 11Ilnk
Unk Russell Heat McGarrjr McGarrjrPhiladelphia McGarryPhiladelphia UcGarryPhilAdelphia
Philadelphia March 3 3In In a l boxing bout boutof boutof boutof
of six rounds which was was g punchiest punchfestfrom punchestfrom punchiestfrom
from bell to bell Unk Russell of this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city beat Amby McGarry of New York Yorklost Yorklost Yorklast
lost night Had Russell used a little better bet better better ¬
ter judgment in the last 30 seconds secoms of the thefight tJlefight thefight
fight the final tingle of the bell would woulddoubtless woulddoubt1 woulddoubtless
doubtless doubt1 5 have found aicQacry on the thej thefioor thefloor
j floor s sCrescent
Crescent City Derby Eligible ElIglllclJfew Eligiblesflew EligibleHew
Hew few Orleans March 3Twentyfour 3Twentyfourth 3 Twentyfour 3Twentyfourtheeycarolds Twentyfourthreeyearolds
threeyearolds th ° eeyearolds are eligible to start In the theIWOqp theildOi
IWOqp 1 Crescent Cr ent City Darby at the fair fairgrounds fairgrounds fairgrounds
grounds on March 23 The best of the thelot thelot thelot
lot appear ppr to be Montgomery Temaoeo TemaoeoConvHle TemnoeoConvflle TomaeeoConvilie
ConvHle Judge Ju ge Past P t Sir Toddington ToddingtonGold ToddlngtonGold ToddingtonGold
Gold Grace Larson and Yankee Girl Glr4Ii <
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NO MORE COCK FIGHTING FIGHTINGGovernor FIGHTINGGovern FIGIITINGGovernor
Governor Govern r BlanohardStops Blanohard Stops the he Sport Sportin Sportin Sportin
in Louisiana LouisianaYesterday Louisianay LouisianaYesterday
Yesterday y tcrlny Wa Vn Yns the First Flr t Sunday in inMore 111Jore inBore
More Jore Than TJl n a nCel1tnrT Century That There ThereWere TIlcreWere ThereWere
Were Xo Mains in State StateNew StateNew StateNew
New Orleans March 3 3CGCk Cock fighting fightingwhich figtmwhich fightlatwhich
which has prevailed in Louisiana Lou for fornearly forneArly fornearly
nearly two centuries eo tunes has been broken up upby apby upby
by Got Go Blanchard at the request of th thSociety the theSociety theSociety
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to toAnimate toAJlfmal8 toAnimals
Animate AnimateToday AJlfmal8Today AnimalsToday
Today is the first Sunday la more than thana thancentury
a century when there has been no cock cockfighting cockftghUng cockfighting
fighting Until a few years ago New NewOrleans NewOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans boasted boe ted three large IAr e cock pits Its at atwhich atwhich atwhich
which there were dally fights Sunday see seeing eeIl1g seeing ¬
ing the largest r t attendance The city citycouncil citycouncil citycouncil
council prohibited cock fighting ftghUn and the thesport tbesport thesport
sport moved over to Florys FJ rya just outside outsidethe outsidethe outsidethe
the city limits where New Orleans pa pttrons patrolls
trons of the sport went In large numbers numbersevery numbenevery numbersevery
every Sunday SundayUnder SundayUnder SundayUnder
Under Instructions from Gov Blanch Blanchard Blanchard Blanchard
ard District Attorney AttDrne Marrero took ac action action action ¬
tion yesterday to suppress the fights fightsThe fightsThe fightsThe
The sport now survives only in the theFilipino UteFilipino theFilipino
Filipino settlement on Lake Bourgne and andthe andthe andthe
the bayous of the Gulf marsh marshj marshMONTREALS marshMONTREALS
j MONTREALS TRAINING PLANS PLAIiSKittreilReH PLA1iSIfttrel PLANSKittreilt
Ifttrel KittreilReH eH Team Team Will VIII ill Arrive atNewport at atNewport atNeWlort
Newport News on March 25 25Special 2 2Sp 2Snedal
Special Sp l to The AVMMftgtwi i aeldegtea HeraldNewport Herald UcnMNewport UewaldNewpOrt
Newport N New Vs Va March 2 xMllnligtI 3ManagerKittredge xMllnligtIKittredge Manager ManagerKIttredge
KIttredge of the Montreal Eastern EasternLeague EasternLeob EasternLeague
League Leob 8 club writes here that he will willbring willbring ill illbrnh
bring his team to Newport News for the theweek thew theweek
week w ek of March 25 to play the various varlouclubs variousclubs j jclubs
clubs in the Virginia State League LeagueThe LeasueThe LeagueThe
The star twirler of the Montreal 1ontr club clubthis clubthis clubthis
this season will be eighteen = yoarold yoaroldLeonard earold earoldLeonard earoldLeornrd
Leonard Stanley of Washington brotlfer brotlferof brotl1erof
of Outfielder Joe To Stanley of the Wash Washington WashIngton Walshington ¬
ington club Stanley was sold n8r nr the theclose Ui Uiclose ttiaclose
close of last season for Sl 1300 by Wrest Wrestdent fPresldcnt VPresldent
dent Otto Wells of the Norfolk WIigintI Ylrginlf YlrginlfLeab Virginia VirginiaLeague
League I Leab ftb1le ue club to Clark Griffith of f the theNew theNew I
New York Americans who loaned loaned him himto himto
to Kittredge for this season to prepare preparefor preparefor preparefor I
for big league company next year He Hewas Hewas i iwns
was the star twirler of the Virginia VirginiaLeague VirginiaLeague I ILca
League Lca lIe last year yearCorcoran yearCorcoran yearCorcoran
Corcoran Stars Want VantG Games GamesThe GamesThe mcs mcsThe
The Corcoran Stars of Georgetown Georget wn have havereorganized havereorganbed havereorganized
reorganized for tho coming season Ad Addrass Address Address
dress Capt George Keane 2807 2 Q1 Olive Oliveavenue Oliveayenue Oliveavenue
avenue
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GOSSIP OF THE OARSMEN OARSMENOne
One hundred and twenty men are rowing row rowing rowI ¬
ing I at Columbia ColumbiaPaul ColumbiaPaul ColumbiaPaul
Paul Kirk has been elected captain of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Crescent Boat Club of Philadelphia Philadelphiafor I
for the second HeO 41 time timeWalter tlrnealter timetra1ter I
Walter alter Stokes the promising Philadel Philadelphia PhlladfJIpIda Philtdelphia ¬
phia oarsman oar will be seen in tIM senior seniorsingles MIllol MIlloln seniorangles
singles n IM at the national regatta again this tlttgyear thistear thisThe
year yearThe tear tearThe
The WisconsinSyracuse varsity 8 ty crew crewrace crewrace crewrace
race at Madison lfadl6onwlU will be May Ma 31 the M sameday same sameday ameday
day that Harvard = i is rowing Cornell at atLake atLake atLake
Lake Cayuga CayugaJ
J J Schaab was reelected presi president president president ¬
dent of the Southwestern Rowing As Association AssocIAtion Assedation ¬
sociation at its annual meeting meetlo held in St StLoufe StLouie StLouis
Louie last week weekClaude weekCJ weekCMude
Claude CJ ude R Zappone of Georgetown and andthe andthe andthe
the Potomac Boat Club will represent representthe repreeentthe representthe
the South SOU t at the meeting of the N A A AO AO
O at New York March IarehTIle 38 38The d dThe
The Baltimore City ctt College boys have haveformed haveformed haveformed
formed two crews from which will be befornted befornted beformed
fornted an eight to row ro in the scholastic scholasticrace seboIasUcrace scholasticrace
race at the American Henley HenleyThe HenleyTbe HenleyThe
The Portland Oreg Rowing Club is to tohave toMve tohave
have a new clubhouse costing 57600 in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which will be housed the new fouroared fouroaredshell fouroaredshell fouroaredshell
shell that Davy of Cambridge has just justbuilt juatbuilt Justbuilt
built for them themSeventy themSeenty themSeventy
Seventy local knights of the paddle and andsail andsail
sail 11 attended the first annual banquet of ofthe orthe ofthe
the InterClub Canoe Association at atFreunds atFreunds atFreunds
Freunds Monday Monda evening The affair was wasa wasa wasa
a pronounced success successThe successThe successThe
The Seattle Se ttle Athletic CIubHhe Club the Seattle SeattleRowing SeattleRowIn SeattleRowing
Rowing RowIn Club and the Prince Rupert Boat BoatClub BoatClub BoatClub
Club have just been admitted to member membership membership membership ¬
ship in the Northern Pacific Association Associationof
of the N A A O OMurray OIurlAYRusse11 0MurrayRusaeli
Murray IurlAYRusse11 Russell Georgetowns Georgltownsftrst first gradu graduate graduAte graduate ¬
ate erew coach has made a most favorable favorableimpression favorabieImPfes favorableimpression
impression ImPfes lon Although he works work the men menon m menon n
on the machines for longer stretches than thanPat thanPAt thanPat
Pat Dempsey did he gives the tI candidates candidatesa candidatesholiday
a holiday every Vfry Friday Frld y afternoon afternoonIn
In case Coach Dan Murphy succeeds in inwinning inwinning inwinning
winning the big varsity race in Califor California Callforida Cailfornla ¬
ida with his Leland Stanford crew the theeight theeight theeight
eight probably will travel as far Car east ast as asWisconsin asfICOnsln asWisconsin
Wisconsin fICOnsln for a race with the Badgers BadgersThe BlidgersThtt BadgersThu
The Quaker City Barge Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaBarge PennsylvaniaBarge PennsylvaniaBarge
Barge and Bachelors B cholors Boat clubs of ofPhiladelphia otPbUadolphla ofPhllsdolphia
Philadelphia Phllsdolphia are all counting couftUn on form forming fanning forming ¬
ing ing senior eights this year particularly particularlyIf
If the national regatta goes to the Schuyl Schuylkill Schulkilt Schuylkill
kill
Welleslcy VeUenle Will 111 Not ot SemI Crew CrewWellesley CrewWe1losley CrewWellesley
Wellesley Mass March 3 3YeUeslcy 3YeUeslcyoUegewm 3Wellesleyollegewill Wellesley Wellesleypollege
pollege oUegewm will not send a crew to New London Lon London London ¬
i
don Conn to t compete at the time of thenext the thenext thenext
next annual HarvardYale boat race in inJune InTune InJune
June The invitation has been formally formallydeclined formallydecUn formallydeclined
declined decUn d by the student body bod An Invitation invita invitation Invitation ¬
tion to tosend send a crew representing Wellesley Wellesleyto ellesle ellesleto
to compete with crews from other womeneb womenebcolleges womeifs womeifscolleges wome womecolleges
colleges was received from the mayor mClOr of ofNew ofeW ofNew
New eW London a fortnight age ag
CREW ENDS INDOOR WORK WORKGeorgetown YORKGeorgetown
Georgetown Oarsmen Expect to toGg toGgI Goon Go Goon
on River Wednesday WednesdayCandidates WednesdayOandlrlntc WednesdayCandidates
Candidates Had Lust Long Practice Practiceon
on the Machine in Ryan Gymnn Gymnaslum Gymnnslum Gmnn81um
slum Yesterday Morn Morning MorningThe IorninlThe in ST STThe
The last long indoor practice of the theGeorgetown tkeGeorgetown theGeorgetown
Georgetown crew was held in Ryan RYAftnsslum gym gymnasium gymnaslum ¬
nasium yesterday morning morningAfter morningAfter morningAfter
After the regular work Coach gray grayRussell MarrayRussell l lTa lTaRUSEcU
Russell gave all the candidates a a tog toglecture 1e longlecture g glecture
lecture on the Importance of training tn aI gik gikthe UK UKthe forthe
the rest of the season He announced that tIIatthe thatthe thatthe
the crews would Quid go on the steer nextWednesday next nextWednesday DeXtWedne8dliY
Wednesday weather permitting The Theboat r rboat r rboat
boat house has been well taken eare of ofthis 0 0this ofthis
this winter and is ready to aflcenm aecomaftedlUll aecomaftedlUllaU eoemmodaseli da a aall
all tho crews crewsThe crawsThe crewsThe
The new shell will be shipped immedi immediately Jmm JmmAteJy Immediately ¬
ately by b the New York Yov c boatbetter boatbalNernew TM TMnew Thenew
new coaching launch is rapidly soaring aoarmgcompletion soaringcompletion oart g gcompletion
completion and andwilt will be ready reM for fotmefc fotmefcing JattItQJtIng Iatta + ela elaIng
ing in a few days daysOn daysOn daysOn
On Wednesday oonesday there will be six crews erawsto era erato crewsto
to go on the river unless lole s a a cut in fbScandidates OM OMcandidates Olecandidates
candidates is deemed advisable Jn the tMmeantime themeantime themeantime
meantime meantimeThe meantimeThe meantimeThe
The only man of last years Psgli Psglikeepsle F Fkeepsle t tkeepsie
keepsle eight not out for regular regukLris praetfee praetfeeis
is Edmonds who rowed at bow bowwhose bewwhose sat satwhose
whose loss will be sorely felt feltThe feltThe feltThe
The men rowing on machines follow fofowVarsityStroke followVarsityStroke followVarsityStroke
VarsityStroke Fitzgerald No 7 Cap CapRice CapRice CaptRice
Rice No 6 Stuart No 5 Foy No NoMomn 4 4Moran iMoran
Moran No No3 3 La Plant No 2 Lynch Lyachbon Lynchbow Ly LybO
bow bO Murray Cox Duff DuffSecond DuffSQeomIStroke DuffSecond
Second SQeomIStroke Stroke Dowd No 7 Wood WesNo WoodNo W WNo
No 6 TIghe No No5 5 Ciiapman No No4 4 T TStuart TStuart TStuart
Stuart No 3 Grogan No 2 Addison Addisonbow Addl8Oltbow Addisonbow
bow FItzpatrlck Cox Hebron HebronThiiflBenziger HeblOllThitBenziger HebronThidBenziger
ThitBenziger ThiiflBenziger Buckley Drury Hanway Han Hanway Hanway
way Culkln CarlIn McKinney and andBlelaskl andBlelaskl amtBiclaskl
Blelaskl Cox D McOann McOannPrep McORllftPrep McGannPrep
Prep firstStroke Capt Hayes Yund YundMadden Yundladden YundMadden
Madden Nash Brangartner Brun tner Daly DaJ Joliet Jolletand Jolietand Jolietand
and Cunniff Cox Ash AshSecond AshSecondStroke AshSecondStroke
Second SecondStroke Stroke Reilly Rem OConnor Gsgen GsgenMcFadden Gag GagersMcFadden n nMcFadden
McFadden Fleishman MuHtn Iu Walton Waltonand Walt Waltonand n nnnd
and Hazllpp Cox M Duff DuffLouisville DuffLonlsTl1le DuffLouisville
Louisville Prote Protests ts Against Racing RacingLouisville RacingLouisville RacingLouisville
Louisville Ky March 3Coi Jack JackChlnn JackChinn
Chinn president of the Kentucky State StateRacing StateRacing StateRacing
Racing Commission ras has as received a a pro protest protest protest ¬
test from the Retail Merchants MerchantsUon Asaocfe AseGelutlon Asaocfetlon
tlon of Louisville against too much rac racing ra raIng rac racing ¬
ing In that territory territoI But Chinn says in inresponse Inresponso inresponse
response that thirty days in the spring springand springand springand
and thirty < days In the fall is not exces excessive excesle excesslve ¬
sive In a long statement ho defends 4ccndAtho defendsthe defendsthe
the turf
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