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Flynn An Easy Victim.
Colma Arena, San Francisco, Nov. 2.—"You're a clever nigger," were the last words uttered by Jim Flynn, the Colorado fireman, in his scheduled 45-round contest with Jack Johnson, the colored heavyweight, at Colma this afternoon. A straight right, flush to the jaw cut off further speech and Flynn top pled to the floor, comoletely out. The finishing blow was delivered in the 11th round and it took fully four minutes to resuscitate the defeated pugilist. Throughout the contest Johnson toyed with his antagonist as a terrier would a rat. In the initial round he practically closed the Color ado man's left eye and thereafter made it a target for his unerring left jabs. Johnson landed at will on his man and seemed to have the contest well in hand at all stages. He left the ring without a mark and only once did he receive a telling blow from his opponent. The beginning of the end came in the 10th round. Near the end of the round, Flynn slipped to the mat from the impetus of a misdirected punch He was up quickly, and as he rushed in, Johnson clinpcd him in the pit of the stomach with a short arm right upper-cut. Flynn dronoed to the floor and was carried to his corner, the clang of the gong giving him a tem porary respite. In the 11th round, Johnson taunted his man and forced him to close quarters. Then Johnson, backing away, shot a wicked straight right flush to the jaw and Flvnn sank to the floor, utterly helpless and com pletely knocked out. Billy Roche, the referee, after the contest, said: "Johnson was the better man and he outclassed Flynn in every depart ment of the boxing game." Arrangements will at once be made to match Johnson and Tommy Burns for the world's championship. The attendance was large, many women being seated about the arena. The receipts probably will approximate $7,000. Attel Easy Winner. Los Angeles, Oct. 29.—Abe Attel, the featherweight champion, added another victory tonight when he knocked out Freddie Weeks of Crip ple Creek in the fourth round of what was to have been a 20-round bout. Weeks was no match what ever for Attell, and the champion had him at his mercy all the way through. In the first round, before the fight had progressed as much as a minute, Attel sent a swift right across to Weeks' jaw and the Cripple Creek boy staggered back, dazed and totter ing. It was evident to everv spec tator that Attell could have knocked him out then without effort, but he refrained from doing so. He punch ed his staggering opponent with light jabs with both hands, and Weeks hung tightly. The referee separated them several times, Weeks clinging to Attell closely. When the round ended the Cripple Creek boy was weak and groggy. The succeeding two rounds were tame and uninter esting. In the fourth round Attel suddenly walked in and sent a stiff right punch straight from the shoulder to the point of the jaw. Weeks staggered and fell to the mat. He rose to his feet slowly as the referee counted and Attell knocked him down again with another vicious rap. Weeks rose slowly and Attel knocked him down twice more. As Weeks lay on the mat vainly endeavor ing to rise again his seconds threw the sponge into the ring. Gridiron Battles. Minneapolis, Nov. 2.—The Uni versity of Minnesota was defeated this afternoon by the University of Chicago, 18 to 12. Minnesota lacked snap and steam. Time and again Minnesota tried their utmost to pierce the Chicago line, but in each case the result was de feat. Steffens and Detray played a star game for Chicago, while all Of Minnesota's scores were made by Capron's drop kicks. The local team never crossed Chicago's goal line. Other Games. Pennsylvania, 15; LaFavette, 0. Spokane High, 4; Seattle High, 0. Montana, 12; Spokane Athletic club, 0. Washburn, 12; Kansas, 0. Michigan, 8; Vanderbilt, 0. Indiana, 0; Notre Dame, 0. Nebraska, 10; Ames, 9. St. Louis University, 78: Washing ton University, 0. St. Vincent's. 11; Utah 5. Army, 6; Colgate, 0. Missouri School of Mines, 11; Bat tery A of St. Louis, 6. Suwanee, 2; Virginia, 0. Haverford, 12; Lehigh, 4. Pennsylvania State, 55; Dickinson, 0 . Swarthmore, 18; Villa Nova, 10. Tulane University, 11; Drury Col lege, 0. Georgia Technical, 10; University of Georgia, 6. Ohio State University, 12; Kenyon College, 0. Des Moines College, 10; Drake Uni versity, 0. Virginia Military Institute, 44; Roanoke College, 0. University of Tennessee, 57; Uni versity of Chattanooga, 0. The first week of April has been fixed as the time for holding the third international automobile, motor boat and sportsmen's exhibition in Montreal. Hundreds of students are prepar ing to accompany the University of Pennsylvania football team to Mich igan for the football game there Nov. 16 . It is reposted that John W. Gates and Harry Payne Whitney are back of a project to build a $200,000 racing plant In the vicinity of Los Angeles. If a big bunch of coaches will win for the Yale eleven the blue is in front at the finish right now. Near ly every train entering New Haven brings a former Eli star to help teach the squad. Christy Mathewson and Frank Bowerman of the New York Giants are now in northern Michigan doing their annual deer hunting stunt. Mike ruths, the Brooklyn feather weight who bas been in retirement for a year, has resumed training and is anxious for a bout with Young Otto, Artie Edmunds or any other good little fellow. The Argonaut Rowing Club of Tor onto, which has held first place in Canadian rowing circles for years, has withdrawn from the Canadian Amateur Athletic union. President Lucas of the Northwest league says the league's first season was successful and is looking over the field at Fortland, Helena and Everson with a view to adding two more cities to the present circuit. This season the Interstate Roller Polo league has teams in Akron, Canton and Youngstown, Ohio, and Erie, Newcastle, Sharon and Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. A state basketball lea.gue has been organized in Oregon, composed of Dallas college, Pacific college, Mult nomah A. C., Willamette university and the Young Men's Christian as sociation teams of Portland and Salem. The athletic relations between the colleges of the north and south are becoming closer each year. Next spring the baseball team of Louisiana state university will make a trip north to meet Yale, Harvard, Cornell and Columbia. Owing to the inability of several veteran players of the picked Harvard graduate lacrosse team that was to have toured England, playing the uni versity and city teams of that coun try, to make the trip, it has been necessary to postpone the invasion for a season. The National Roller Polo league claim the cream of the best players in the country. With teams in Provi dence, Pawtucket, New Haven, Hart ford, New Britain and Bridgeport, a successful season is anticipated. Waltham, Mass., claims the tallest high school* football player in the country in the person of Captain taron of the local high school team, t boy player who stands six feet three is surely out of the ordinary. Several eastern football writers have been rapping Coach Joshua Crane, Jr. They say his methods are too ladylike for a football squad. Nev ertheless the Crimson eleven is play ing the game and may surprise some of the critics before the season is closed. Do you know that Pinesalve Car bolized acts like a poultice in draw ing out inflammation and poison? It is antiseptic. For cuts, burns, ecze ma, cracked hands it is immediate re lief. 25c. Sold by Phillips' Drug Co. P. Will Re-Open Butte Bank. Butte, Oct. 31.—Unless the plans of M. S. Largey, president of the State Savings bank, fail, money for that institution will leave for Butte within 10 days. In that event, the bank will be re-opened in about three weeks. Mr. Largey returned to Butte yes terday. He said today that the larg stockholders of the bank were making arrangements to secure cur rency, but that, owing to the stringency that prevails in all parts of the country, unexpected delays had been encountered. The large stockholders of the bank have been endeavoring to raise money," said Largey, "but we have found it almost impossible to bor row, even on United States bonds, at present. I think, however, that this difficulty has now been overcome and that the money will be started for Butte within the next 10 days, which means that the bank will open in about three weeks and be in con dition to continue in business for all time. The stringency in the money market has caused an unexpected de lay, but our plans are now about com pleted so that we can get what cash is necessary for the opening of the bank and from then on there should be no difficulty experienced." Mr. Largey did not say whom he meant when he referred to the large stockholders. Next to F. Augustus Heinze, the chief holder of stock in the bank is the P. A. Largey estate, which had 486 shares. Mr. Largey has 150 shares of stock in the bank. Mr. Heinze, who has a controlling in terest in the bank, is reported to have 1,635 shares. State Examiner T. E. Collins, who is in charge of the State Savings bank, said today that, with the single exception of that bank, every finan cial institution in Montana was car rying on business as usual. "You may say," he added, "that fi nancial anarchy does not reign in this state. With the single exception I noted, all the banks are paying money on checks over their counters on de mand, as usual. I do not anticipate any change and do not believe they will resort to the methods now being employed by many other bankers throughout the country. A Hard Debt to Pay. "I owe a debt of gratitude that can never paid off," writes G. S. Clark, of Westfield, Iowa, "for my rescue from death, by Dr. King's New Dis covery. Both lungs were so serious ly affected that death seemed immi nent, when I commenced taking New Discovery. The ominous, dry, hack ing cough quit before the first bot tle was used, and two more made a complete cure." Nothing has ever equaled New Discovery for coughs, colds and all throat and lung com plaints. Guaranteed by C. H. Wil liams, druggist, 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. B. Mining companies and other cor porations should sec our line lithographed stock certificates before placing orders. Democrat Supply Department. Want toBuy Lane I have inquiries from parties who want invest ments in good land proper ties and will be pleased to receive detailed informa tion, with price, terms, etc., from persons desiring to sell. Mr. Rancher If you have land for sale list it with me. No charge for listing. No charge with out sale. Listing blanks sent free to anyone. Send postal card for blank. S. E. PETERSON, Real Estate, Loans, Insurance MOORE, MONTANA LAND INSURANCE LOANS If you want to buy or sell land, visit No. 116 1-2 opposite P. O. If your buildings or personal property is not insured, let me write out a policy be fore it is too late. I have 8 per cent money to loan on city or ranch property, in large or small amounts and for any term up to 10 years. Will appreciate a share of your busi ness. EDMUND WEIGHT Lewistown, - - . Montana BASIN LUMBER. COMPANY Carries line of a complete LUMBER LATH SHINGLES and other material. building Moore, Montana SHEEP jOR SALE 6,680 Ewes from 3 to S years old for sale by C. V. VASSAN, CHINOOK, MONT. FARMERS, ATTENTION! There is now an ample sup ply of coal in the shute at the new Jewel Coal mine (for merly Brew & Parsons). The patronage of ranchers solicit ed. A. ML HARRIGAN, Resident Sales Agent. LEWISTOWN, - - MONX..K \ "In truth , a much deluded fool is he who takes a farmer for a foot to be. ' ' NO SIREE, YOU CAN'T GO WRONG Where everything is Right and right now We are showing the largest and best stock of WASHING MACHINES hereabouts . HERE'S A SPECIAL The "One Minute 99 Washer Here is a machine that is sold under the strongest possible guaranty. It will do its work better, faster and easier than any other machine ever on the market. SEE THE FLY WHEEL? It holds the balance of power. Instead of turning slowly, as your hand cranks it around, this fly-wheel goes very fast. If is high gear. A Thumb and Finger Touch makes it go. Do you see the reason? Think "One Minute" and you'll understand it. See the Fly-Wheel It is underneath the tub and driven at high speed, which is maintained by a THUMB AND FINGER TOUCH The compound lever gives more power and a short easy stroke. The good housewife likes the "One Minute" Washer because it does its work better, faster and easier than any other. It has to do this under our positive guaranty. Will last a lifetime. Made of Southern Cypress and malleable cast ings. Come in and see the machine. JUDITH HARDWARE CO. The Home of the Rancher Who Thinks There is nothing better for stom ich troubles than Kodol, which con tain the same juices found in a ealthy stomach. Kodol is offered on guaranteed olan for the relief of eart burn, flatulence, sour stomach, belchng of gas, nausea, and all stom ich troubles. So at times when you are drowsv after meals, and your head aches or when you have no ambition, and you are cross and ir ritable, take a little Kodol. It digests what you eat. It will make you ealthy. Sold by Phillips' Drug Co. DeW. D R. W. J. DeCOURSEY VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Office and Hospital: Elkhorn Stables Residence 'Phone, Mutual No. 1 Bank of Fergus Co. Bldg. Lewistown Mutual phone 322. QR. PATTERSON Dentist Special attention given to gold work and straightening of irregular teeth. Prescriptions Our Specialty Physicians as well as patients recognize our superior facilities for filling pressriptions accurately, carefully and scientifically. Only the purest and best drugs used. Prices moderate and goods deliver ed to all parts of city. : : ; ; : PHILLIPS DRUG CO. ON THE CORNER .....Drugs, Patent Medicines, Stationery, Conklin's Pens,.... j}R. J. THEO. BRICE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON to diseases Special attention given of women. X-Ray and Electrical Given. Treatments OFFICE: DIAMOND BLOCK Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 6 p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m. LEWISTOWN, MONTANA G., Land Attorney RealE state Notary Public and Insurance 106 Fifth Ave., next door Lewistown Furniture Co. LEWISTOWN, MONTANA. The Cough Syrup that rids the system of a cold by acting as a cathartic on the bowels Is LAXATIVE GOUGH SYRUP Bees is the original laxative cough syrup, contains no opiates, gently moves the bowels, carrying the cold off through the natural channels, Guaranteed to givs satisfaction or money refunded. For sale by PHILLIPS' DRUG CO. THE NEW WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP, that is making friends with everybody. The soap that saves you time, labor and money. We guaran tee this soap to go farther, do better work and to be more economical than any other soap on the market. YOUR FRIENDS ARE BUYING IT. WHY NOT TRY IT? AT THE PURE FOOD GROCERS Hopkins Brothers Central Meat Market. ABEL BROS. Best of Everything in Meats and Vegetables Beef, Pork, Mutton, Hams and Bacon : : : : Lewistown's Leading Market.