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DESEREr EVENING NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 25 1010 If s
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BILLY DELANEY WILL
JHIN JAGK JOHNSON
JIaUII In San JmnclKo
Jef
1r nlllll In Mitt
Will be
Jo
Mar y Thre Is Joy
Ihaaileo the
g a r lt of
on am P gletsneyth
byg Jobnrnn UIII uelanfly yet
ha
iernt el
champion
hnyw lsht
0 allrI u f rr hla fight with
nero
w ooh the amrR fa highly elet
Jnhno I I Ih IIMt
I Ilia j bimfor
III Ubu prryarr him to
bu of hfa career This
pMl batik
Ill only
tY < the fa t that not
pMs k Mb 01 him the fruit of 40
y gite that the
but
tea
JrtJ fudrx r lerdae J rgrlew know
who
than
Jet relred champion
the
ii Jfrtw and will be able 10 give
1kU SSn Mi prcelea nlnlers aboul
f of IIlhllnl
dTl40e Idyl VTonrUign into thee
Tom
hirent of of
iSewi
ff O camp le IlkPWIe mutter
e c Mion to < h negro up
Iafdn tI1ludeteeny
pill Mnecuan lWho traliwd many
IHl < jCn
eym banner Including Long
unn
gntsnre lin will bust nupervkinn
11Io 111llon roadwork whlrh the
M1e aIonn a as one of the moet ee
ylgerde
er hili training
fg fZiurti of
yry bu lrd a ugaettlun to 10
RI ud ye terda > that find
SJ ilih Ih ktanYHis propoaW III IP
I1 lim Mme the on tim clam
Ioflll Jun Clark another
Hill
d gngin ui and
pul11O now loute ianluods IjouM
C
dye hrn > M minute round as a
cartaII cshe H lr to the big Fourth of July
LLy Ixg he 10 willing to net U
it old tlmr and he would
In r
fie Neumr cu tom by having
slp an Into the ring
and Clark shy oaator
lIMA affix tirli color to their repec
lad wont to lu
aft gypm + s P iglllt were <
POlnJ days
II t 110 and
IIIoIPrd vrli wd lelaneya plan
out
to trry It < >
will try 0
DELASt DKNIF8 HTtlllT
lIIJowtnll hH ronference with Johnaon
IsmM1 trek oroHUlon to deny H report
he tied IAII Jf
trim the e ° that
in > cuiild gaol 11 in hape for the com
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I dMnt ray anything nf the kind
DtialKJ deilnrx It Ie no secret that
Jerks and myMlf are not on the teat
cordial term but Im not knocking him
Ii tke Mae of all thats reasonable
hi atowMnt Jtffrlei he able to get In
0 H4 I e only nand he baa been a
jZjlHtittr practically all his life Th
MM at a man doeent age qulokly but
ir tut matter 1 could name a barn
for tM world eham
JIll rlr wM after fhl they were eJ years DId
Aillnl to Klckard the week of run
here will
ht tae big fight arena
bfrla at Mnnri > Two chlploads of
theM n he way here The lat
y alkmte In that nearly a million
left fit lumber will be required
BICYCLE RIDERS
TOWARD SALT LAKE
rr Harry Heaaren received a
tow tkgram thto morning from bl
mk rWn who are heading toward Salt
rt far tile opening meet at the Salt
t an Decoration day F K Wilt
tin tt lat Anfflc will leave Oakland
dill M rglBK arrlvlnc here on Batur
fit Ivrr Lawson lopped over In Ht
TZll fee tile daY and Mitt a nweeage
l lie will amP her on Saturday
kip Williams and the hunch riding at
TilUkvrf ban thl afternoon for Salt
Ui rrlrln Saturday or Sunday
Imnwy CanUke of Kawaa City ar
Cad UM night and worked out tille
hmrp m the reek He ha been
Slot acme riding and la In good oomll
tiroJed Hues hag Joined the amateur
bead it 1Ie wurer and Is working out
urM w Thure art a doaen new
bee 16 uW amateur claim who are try
taf Out t hi track with the Intention of
Mat WI
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PRIZE FIGHTERS ARE
ARRIVING FOR BATTLE
Btvalai Kelly with hie little Italian
f far Prank Flrato arrived In Ogden
M llitit from New York and will re
M > Own for a few day before he
M U gall Lak to open training
JMtert fur his 3n round prhw tight with
t r1oM Johnny Thompson at the Co
= M June l Kelly le a little keptl
sl hest coming to Salt Iake where
M pm has lust been opened with no
JPMDM en tne part of County Attor
M Job P Lyon While everything
jrtl W all right aJ County Attorney
rip pre still al ep may be taken to
aB ue fight
Wy will probably remain In Ogden until
Wljr Sight when Peanut Sinclair who
h Mned troD salt IM becallle he
lmiIt a ilk fight and rank Harden
r 31 nand Nlncisir and Harden put
1S 11IIo lekbmg touheI on heir train lug
and will take a light
mitSM I ln mnrmng taSluelair1tham
Mm
kalelig In Salt lk and Harden In
eau laI1tn and Maurice Thompson
d i sd to pull off their prf a fight In
srh Mont 011 Mhare day June 11
fttr lor atemplW to fix a dale In kit Lake
tgM but II was found
a little
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PRIZE FIGHT CLUB
SECURES ANOTHER REFEREE
fteor emit lake Athletic dub which
tTlMil11 d wish h eonn of COlIn
joh L on to pult off rtM
Sl iit2 l1 L nail PnanRed Ita oofo
krsMly again The dlrertor whoa
I by nol hren mild known held
laeNir Jo bet night mn William Ryan
U nT as in flc1 referee of
cllloR yen will J0
Cot as mane
ry
eMMM club which la remodeling the
b rm Thr coft program arrurd
tile
new
Y I lot hl W rvferre and manngar
held
dle nll k from Thuradiy
t1I fUr rn m end boula will bj
Cm kid I
lkid IIn °
I l N n rlee Cm as
II t1 h dtrcc tnr
THREE PHILADELPHIA AMERICANS STARS WHO ARE SETTING THE DIAMOND AFIRE AND
SCENE IN RECENT GAME
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LOLLNS THOMAS P
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Connie Mark ant Ills Philadelphia
uirh of bull toinTH an now gawking
things hum In the American i ague
In fact the athletes arc nrromplinlilnK
something during the curly pat of the
1910 campaign that ha landed H ptnint
fur many baeeball clubn that of win
ning a Ions lIt of Rftme In the spring
One need not go very far back to II nil
notable example of the benefit a Rood
lead Is to H baaeball club fir both
IMttaburc In the National league and
Detroit In the American league were
able to capture tho two flags laat sea
u u uuu
n n
ills connedlon with the club however
has not bn > erred tt ii understood
CONSTRUCTION WORK ON
MOTORDROME STARTS TODAY
John S Prince the nlepan track pro
moter begin active construction wofk
today on the threelap automobile and
motorcycle track at Wandamere It will
lie con lete1 In 10 day and will cot
ttt000 Ste hoe on the ground about half
of the 4MO feet of lumber the building
require and he will start work with
about tt carpenter Irlnce My that
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the ke ar be the pest he ham ever
built and be will guarantee a speed of
X second to the mile with tttotorcyclea
and 45 seconds to the mile with automo
bile In connection with the track
Prince will build a quartermile cinder
track In the arena a baaettall diamond
and baaketball and tent courts
SALT LAKE BASEBALL
TEAM STILL NEEDS FUNDS
The Salt Lake baaeball team haa not
obtained enough backing ao far to en
ter UK Utah Stale league The aunacrlp
tlon are coining In slowly and but few
are taking any Interest In the team So
far about SftH her been oollcoted and
the team need about HOW more The
organization will be required to put IK
In the Inking fund sa a forfeiture and
the money on hand now will IM needed to
meet currant expeiuMe
Manager flood ha a numtier of good
players nn the ground and several more
coming this week If the team la prop
erly barked Salt Lake should have the
faatent team In the league
AMATKUU ItASKltALl
The manager and member of all the
am itoar and huln iH l a ehall team will
meet at the Commercial rluh at K clock
thl evening to form nn orgmiliatlon to
< onirol the lllfti Mik < limonit There
In not a ultablr dlm1 In Stlt Lake
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Golfing for
The New 25c
Comfort
At All
Collar by inch Furnishers Clan
COC 1SSl h
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ianin i iu < > f II uniiM tl vi t m
tin tllr h iif 1 th t naipncu M ii K
Lana IS phaing ini him Ilk Itiillud
the nan art ruin king thf bill over
tin diamond milling in s t nxHlluiiil
faMhion and running the biipt like de
mon Mack pltchcm are in grand
form UM r rent Kani M hw Morgan
ooinlm Kiiui Aikin 1liink and
Render aura nil in first clan condition
Bender givat game against < 10 ve
land recently w hi n ho pitched a nolilt
no run gnnte was om of the moat
aennit < > nal rats of recent > ear Ihll
h h hhh h
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for amateur gamer and for a small fee
the ground could be fixed UI and kept
In flrt class condition It in proposed
to allow only the tea mi who ontrlbuto
to the fund to keep up the ground to
play on tile diamond
Tb 8tudbaker defeated the Auerbach
team In the ninth Inning uf a gingery
game l > y batting out two aaf hit and
scoring one i un The auore was a to 4
Kltpatrlck pitched a clean game for the
Auerbacba lrlklug out Hv mn but his
support wa ragged at time Cooper de
lertd a eat uf curves to the Auerbach
tatters which they wrie unable to solve
he fanned nine men and allowed ugly a
few acatterlim hit
The All Hallow cdinge took 8 fut
gain from the Utah Implement by a
euro of I to 1 Krlcker pitched a one
hll game and received excellent support
In the Held Dodd of the Imp deliv
ered a good gam fur hi mid but wU
lutclaaaed by Krlcker
A Q Cameron hue taken the manage
ment of the Salt Lake Independent base
ball game and will make several change
In the lineup He will be ready next
week to ply with any amateur team In
the state and I anxious to g t a ached
ule of game Challenge will reach the
manager at 1 mist second South street
Stanley May formvr manager aim re
main a captain ot the Urn
ClIAIIltVCIC IS ACCIHTUI
The Mullett Clothing company which
lucd a challenge to meet aay other
buklnea firm In the oily In a sales of
athletic event found a ready acceptor
In the K C it I The nunaanr of the
Mullett company bas received the fol
lowing letter
We the Z C V I are vary dealrou
of meeting IIIe Mullett Clothing store
In any of the following event
liaa < ball
Basketball
Track mid field meet shimming tn
dudid
Hosing
WriNUIng
We would atlg lest thai In order to
exclude ringer and make It strict
ly a business house meet th athletlu
team prraitlat each glut be com
pixtxl of employe who have bhe n In
lhtdmttaw of the house which h e iep
resent ai leant M day
a M I ATHLETIC COMM
lr J K HLOMQUIST
TIN 11 SOrClill C3AMI5
In the final contest of the spring series
for the lanynes sup the Vilt Lake occer
tam and the 1ark City Inca cam will
proimbly meri at Fort IMiuitlus next Sat
I rut IIMh team nape won ova tv name
in the ent m Clad nuw they will meet for
III dlkltllllll game
VOKKI WINS MATCH
Mt Anthony Ida May 15111 two
MtrilKht rillx Mikt lkJ the world
w Itoru lalii t lamapiuu wreMtlti df Mt
Ptl J Moliwuger here lat night The
neat full came In Hi minute of fierce
wriatllng II oiU > look two minute for
Yokel to pin hfa opponent1 shoulder to
the mat In the rucond IIIh Yokel left
fur Hall Lake lodtiv where he will meet
Paler Vtuiiikox th Creek champion at
Ju mthln
the Salt Lake thftter on June i
HATIlXCi UUIY WINS
Special to The New
pringvllle May 5Th prlngxlll
team defeated the Hantaquln uliiu by n
core of fc to t In aenaallonal ga bore
yesterday aftirnoon The ga a wan
played on tht m a athletic fieqmd was
watched hv II u iteopl Tlw Santaquln
player took H ito1 aid in the opening
Inning anal It lo ke < t like the looala w <
In to In shut out In the lxth In
ning hoe aar Kprlngxllle tatted a
battling rail > wliifh untied IkeA the
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W1IITI5 CJOItS TC IlllATHS
New York May M I > rliient Lynch
of the National league tonight nn
nnuniMt the following contract
Wlih Ilitfluug Klib White wie > liiica
by llwtton
mbdphlu tickl a the D unit Tiger In II
a tour tnim > tia lucmmnK In Ihlla
tl IpMa Miiy 19 A gaud line vjlll be
given on the hid tiongt 4t teanii ITI the
American league wln the H two club
clash Tupsy HartHel th Athlete
veteran left fielder la playing In his
uIJ inn farm Eddie follln Mark
grgat srund baseman Is giving the
It ulini Iok wielders In lien Johnaon
Ircult a good run for batting honors
Scene how a close play at third bits
In the recent New York Phlladelpkla
same
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JEFFRIES NEEDS MORE
TRAINERS ON HIS STAFF
Ben umond Cal Mar m More hu
man punching bag are needed at Ben I
Ix > mond think Jim Jan trainer
und then ta talk that two or three husky
and fat young lighter will be added to
the big fellow stag M that there will
be no dearth of material for his boxing
bee Jeffrie u round of swift ring work
used up hi present apply of sparring
partner yeterdy and the lighter warn
toned to knock off for the day limply
beoauee no one was left to face him
Two young college students from the
University of California WhO are wslls
log from Han Kranclwo to hot Angela
dropped In at the camp to watch the
workout Both are a rapping lad of
900 pound up and JtTrUe looked longingly
long
IrId Ma
ingly In their direction end mentally
Hexed hi chop It wits evident that he
fairly ached to take lixm on
In hls bout with Joe fhoynikt which
wa the lat of the Uy Jeffrie winced
at a blow he received on the haft thumb
1 sprained It the other my he explain
ed to Choynakl anal when you caught
me then uftnrtat guess It will be all
right though In couple of days More
blood came from the big fellow upper
lip while he boxed sharp edge on hU
teeth are responsible and when Jeffrie
run up to Han Francisco for hi ex
hibition Friday he purposes vlclting a
dentist to nave the aorrated spots filed
COLLEGE ATHLETE STARTS
ON CROSSCOUNTRY TRIP
New York May 11Joseph Brook >
wealthy junior at the college nt the rasa
of New York who won the allronni
athletic champlonhi of nt IIIKH u M u
ago baa started on H goayoupl > MS
trip carom the continent to wltrvrim Hit
JeffrleiiJohnaon tight Brook a rio
week ago suffered a servnum break
down from over tudy and hi family
rerauaded him to leave college for a
tl1pw
On Saturday he dimupprored from his
home sad hls fumlls remembering hi
nervous breakdown w a greatly alarm
Today however u was announced they
had receIved a letter from him dated
SYracuSe It read
Am wall and have plenty of fund
Im on my way to son Kranelaco to see
the JeffrteaJohiuwn tight
The letter gave th Information that
Beaks will make the trip In May itage
walking a coiulderabli part of the dle
tanc and living In the open air with a
view to recouping his health
KSCllSII lOCKKV AllltliSTKl
La Angeles Cn Muy a Jay Ranch
at one lime It mild Jxkey on the Eng
llh turf was arrcxh yesterday on a
concaAleal weapon rii < rgi following an
alleged throat to kill hfa yearold
iKne Klie HinKh The child I Bald
to be coheir with ti former Jockey
to H large for I nu bl raging to Mr K
M Hrhill Win II HI iv point of death
at a hotel which > he own In tale city
Mr S hull le th ninher of Knnxh
He rlaJm lo hoc < t < n attached to the
raring atablca at Hi it King Mwlr < l
and hat of Alfil in1rllU In Kng
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
LEAGUEW
W L ItL
Jltttbur g 11 10 1
Chicago 17 II 11I17
Cincinnati 16 II tl
New York 17 It file
t Louis M 16 KW
Philadelphia ell 14 Ml
Boeton 41 W M
Brooklyn U B 144
SIXTH SUCCHSSIVI VICTOUV
< hlra o May 14 Chlca o won IU
sixth succe5eive victory today detest
Ing Philadelphia t to a fh win
fiera e xaore aM Brtnnan hard
while lntyre wa ageallve
Sore N K B
Chicago I11 I
Philadelphia I o I
Baturle Mclniyr cad Archer
Moor Unman and Uoota
ItlCnS llttAU 1IUVK
Cincinnati May ItDunchl of
hits by Bukon In the Ont and third
Innlnc and Cincinnati Inability to
hit curtl s allowed Ute vMton to win
tixlay i to U
Hciira R II 8
Jtoaton 4 T t
cinatBnall 4 I 1
H rteerurtl and IMIU Beebe
cntw ll Aadsreon and MeLtwn
HUM WAS rir711
I U Loins May M4W Loula lot to
U > klyn today a to 0 Wlllla Mac
hit hard Bell wa Moat effective
Score 1L10
Brotklyn I 51
Ml UMto 1e 1
Battalia Bell aad Born n Yflllte
Kleger sad Brie
KAIV AT rnTTSIIlUfl
ntUbura Ma H PltUbure M w
York came postponed rain
AMERICAN LEAGUE
LEAGUEW
W U Pet
rhlladetphla > 7 7U
New York M I M
Ia troit 11 14 10
loalon M 11 110
Cleveland II n N
Washington p II Ut
clilcaao P II IS
st UHII 611
TAI P SKIES HUIIIIAVT JAM 15
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WailD May MPreaMent Taft
and many other notable aaw Wash
Ington defeat Detroit In a Ulnntng
puma today I to t lie wee aught
In a driving thunderstorm that prevent
ed further playing A wild throw to SM
by Rush In the sixth ln ln let la the
winning ran and the atom broke a
minute later
Score R II H
Waahlngton < 6
Ixtroit i I I
BattarleoOny and Street > I IUa
and StHOK
DAIIKM MNDS Alps
New York May 14Ifaw York and
Chicago playa ijmnln tie Bam
today I to i The visitors tied the acora
In the ninth on hits or Purtell IHock
Smith and Selder Vaughn truck out 11
men The gm was o Hed on account of
darknea
Score 1111 K
Chicago 1 1 I
New York i I 1
Batteries gmllh Soot and Block
Vaughn Crltitr and Sw eeny
MOIICIAX KXOCKMO OUT
Philadelphia May IIt Loul won
today s game from Pniladephla 6 to 1
the vlittor knocking Morgan OB the rub
ber In the fifth when they made seven
him and stored ttve ran
Soot R11 11
St tattle J 4 I
IhlladotphlR I I
lUlterte lJike and Steven > ft > i >
gals Alklua Plank and Lapp
10SS HIT IIAKI
Helen May 1Y1w curves were
batted hard by the looula icaltered
dCleveland sfour
Wood held CUvoUnd to four cattered
hit and Beaton wop I to t Flkk mad
a home run In tile eighth
Score 1711x
Cleveland 1 t 1
Boston S J
BatterleaJoe awl masks Wood
and Carrtaan
WESTERN LEAGUE
LEAGUEW
W L Pet
W joaeph 1111 gT
Denver 1J IJ M
Wichita 11 11 MJ
Omaha Jj 11 lIt
Uncoln 11 U IM
Sioux City U II Mt
Topeka 10 14 117
Iie Molne 11 W 47
At DM Molnc Da Moines II l > n > I
ver 1
At OmauaWlchlta 1 Omaha 1
At Uncoln Uncoln d Topeka e
At Sioux City 4Moux ilty 10 8t
JoaepU 11
NORTHWEST LEAGUE
W U Pet
Tacoma U U 11
Vancouver 17 II M7
Seattle 11 Ii 411
lpoItuJe 12 II lob
At Taeocaaw
Soon R H I
Spokane I I 1
TacoejM 1 I 1
B ttrlMB kr and Oatdiek Hall and
Byrne
At Vancouver Klrat game
Seen M K M
Seattle t e
Vancouver t 1
BatterleiToompaon and Coator NIBS
and aden
Samna game Poatpooed on account of
rain
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
w L
Mlnaapoil all t
St Paul a H 401
IndUutapoH u II 1M
Toledo u H at
Milwaukee It U 171
Coiambu M U U
LouUrlll H xi
r u
RMUM City w II 334
At St PaulKaaaa city e 1 St Paul I
At ToledobnulavUle 1 Toledo t
At Mirneupoti Milwaukee 4 lUna
pall t
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
r
W U Pet
Via Iran loo 3 a PetM
Vernon 41 8 M
Portland M tt 141
Oakland yf77Dl 110
Ina Angeles M B m
Sacramento IT B 140
HIT HAIiIt OlIn 1ILNOi
San leranclico May 1kSan Fran
deco won today1 aane from la An
melee In the laird toeing when Out
AeMer MelehMr sent the ball over
the fencv when bar taro full
wwe R II fc
Nn Kraaclaco 5 r 0
bo Angst t 9 j
BaUer1a 4UIT and Berr Finn
waiter CMtajar and Orendortr cud II
hUll
roimxi PINS rntsr
Portland Or May 14Peril
celebrated its Matt coming todn > by
defeating Hacrajaento by a score of 4
to I
lean R II R
Sacramento 1 r i
Portland < e
Batterl Fit Herald Nour and
plearoan lltegg > aton and Kiir >
VUltVOX HAS OIK DAY
Loa Angels May Mf > akland n
a falurel M K UB from Vernon t Ito i
to 1
saw n H K
Vernon i
Oakland 1 I
Batterle Wlllett and Kronn I
ly and Mlles
TOMORROWS ENTRIES
ON OGDEN RACE TRACK
The entries for the second day of the
Ogden rare meet May 11 are as follow
Plrat race onohalf mile veiling Oillon
Ut Molly Montroae 1M Elder 1M Yolo
lAl St Joe KH David Boland MX Dr
Sherman lee Byron W Joe Well et
Second race four and onehalf fur
long MlHng Chanate 112 Jewupburn
lit raruaa 101 Uaurper Ill Father
Stafford loa Lancashire ld UI Aaron
J 1M Pavle Andrew 111
Third r so fiveeighth of a mile sell
IngHine Doherty lit Belinower lit
WIldwROfl Hill WI Capervell 111 Sah
do Ill Oaalan III 8w grlator Ill Sea
alck IU No Quarter 111
Fourth race threequarter mile sell
InjSValencla Wf Manila 8 lot Frieae
Vf Sylvia P lOT Yellow Foot 107 Cot
While Ill Huena MK Salomy Jane Inn
Fifth race threequarter mile selling
Knight of Ivanho 108 Black iv mno
lIlT All Ablaze liN Flying Hun 116
Lord nouln lon 109 Oga If1t
TO FIND OUT COST OF I
NEW YORKS AUTOMOBILES
New York May 6The New York
board of aldermen has decided upon
the Investigation of the question of
municipally owned automobile and a
company ha been appointed to cata
logue all the machine owned by the
city III order to find out how much their
maintenance ants and to ascertain the
purpose tor which tho machine am
used
lOBedooordl
According to tatement made by the
eemplrol tea city now own be
tween 1M and MO attttunoblNM wlitih
coat more than 4OW and mean an
annual expense to the dty of JZWOm
for manltananco and Mrs of chauffeur
ILLINOIS STATE WIDE
PROHIBITION CAMPAIGN
Chloig NayThe slate wtdfl
prohibition committee appointed dur
Uw the tate convention of the Pro
hibition party at Decatur recently met
hare today to deride whether a move
ment ahull be launched to obtain a vr > t <
at the November election under the
hibtlon policy art on the tate wide phu
hlMton propualtlon Tnt the question
tlon on the ballot a petition mint be
c trculated and IUOM sIgnatures ob
tained
INDIAN ANNUITIES
i
IttdciiH In Km or of the VIM Cat
Them Off Knint Them
Washington 3 > l3Tbe Judgment
for ttwomi d Monday In the
court of lam > i nt the government
In favor of t < i mraderated band nf
tTto Indian the outcome of claim fin r
n Ipnr In Ptah anti Colorado vet
tied the acioiini between the United
Mate and irallgns Involving the prn
ceed of the ale of bout 14WOOO acres
nf land lying within the boundaries of
the latter reservation
The Judgment him finally Adjusted I
step varlou expenditure mad on be
half of the Indian extending over A r
period of more than M yean By the I T
judgment the payment of annuities
which the Indian have been receiving
from the tnlted State agtrrrgatlng
IMWM a year rnuted the trust fund
for such annuities returned to the
treasury and the Indian hereafter will y
receive onlv the Intercut on the money
actually warned hv the court claims
The clalm of the III tribe aggJ t
ratine morn than il AnflOGO were re
duced by the Judgment to JMMWO In
conntderatlon of which the govern
ment become the abaolutft owner if
about SSflOnon acres of valuable agri
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