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Both Teams Preparing For ForComing FoJComing FQrCorning
Coming Baseball Season Seasont SeasonAMCLOSKEY SeasonMCLQEY J JGOES
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It has Ias been quiet t week wee locally in iniMariiiill inll Ins11
iMariiiill s11 ll circles clJodea but tU caD cannot be betJfpkaneaad bet MOA MOAt
t Spokane tJfpkaneaad and Botoe City Ctt wttere tin tinJy tta then4
1 hd W WJF Iln IlnJy
Jy M y abaplng 8 ng tfctags tk tor f next neJrter LLMIII LLMIIICanmrer aaunWauaer
Canmrer er BlnforU of Ogden e is i81FIae i81FIaeawafllng I IrUtf IrUtfek Izk Izkbsek
bsek ek awaiting the deIMon of d1 0 tbe thewith ma maivith mg mgts
ts < with regard to a franchise lle for oi the thejMOttcm tlMln theJwaednn
jMOttcm n CHy C Cit t for next aea eien on In Butt Buttft JJutIt utte utteIt
It has also bron bf > 1 quiet as the miners minersalrw mine miney mlnerik1y
alrw k1y y have a team ststoed for Jitxt Jitxtfear JMfXtand nztz
fear z and the tbenforf re fore > that town Ia on afooU ahettr a abetter
better footing g than any other otherThe otherr otherThe
r The question of whether Ofden Os Odej Odejo1e o1 o1Boiee
Boiee o1e wilt secure urc a franehtoe for terI QI1 QI1wilt aeKt aeKtmr et et7esr
7esr mr I has not been een definitely settled yet yetjLjCeording yetIeeordlng yet9CeUng
jLjCeording to the t he reports from the Idaho Idahotown I IIne Idhoon
town on one ne would believe that Boise et oIae had hadftie hdthe
the franchise e already signed and dir dirred dellY dellYbut deilbut
red but this th is not true tme Frees Pre report reportsfere reporte reportre
fere re to the effect etff > t that a new club has haskeen hall1aeea hasbeen
keen organised with 10000 capital and andiht an41t1tat andthai
thai John J McCloskey ttCJo key is to manage managethe managethe ag agteam
the team for Boise the coming season seasonThis seuonftJa seanThis
This however is a little premature prematuretat
tat It it i 13 > a fact that those behind hln4 the theBotee tMDoI8e theBohe
Botee club are trying hard to bring bringAte brlqtW brInethig
Ate kate te of affairs a1faI about aboutafiedoekey a aboutNuwkey boutey
afiedoekey ey left for BoUe Jut night nightand uiahtlid ulabtand
and Mid he expected to have the t e mat matter matJlettt mathe ¬
ter settled Jlettt t definitely one way oay or an another anet1Ier
4 other before the week rolls by A All Asa soon soonas MOJItAe
as a the question of Boise or Ogden ftp ftpthe tott1le ftthe
the fourth town is settled then t n there therete theteI thereb
te b 1 1MWic UMd to be a boom in baseball cir circles ctrdes etrdes ¬
des all around that will be meat for forthe foru forthe
the fane until the season opens opensThert open8probably openerhewtft
Thert rhewtft wttt probably be nothing much muchaati n1ucht1ohtr muchI
I aati t1ohtr F oeaHr bo until President Newhouee Newhoueereturns NewhoUHretunIB Newhoueretiaria
returns ROme If Mcttoek MeCloekey key y leaves Ieav Salt SaltLake SaltlAt SaltIke
Lake lAt thft tit first work to be done will ba bato b bte bto
to saeure tte a new manager and this will willprobably willJIIOIiIII Willprb
probably 1 he settled quickly as there i iplenty iJ Ii Iip1ty
plenty J of o available material at hand handTh hande
e Th 4HBtloh MIc of players for Salt Lake Lakefor L Likefor u uleltr
for set yr ar ia I not a very serious one oneR oneN onena
N R It already has a strong tron team with withthe wJththe WIththe
the ejaaption tion of second OL baseman fmaJ1 < the thepfcFt theeft thep1
p1 pfcFt left vacant by Herrmanns de deetaton de deII dedse
etaton In the Donahue cue AU of the theother theetMr theether
other players are on the Salt Lake re reertre reJt reete
< ertre Mat and can be called upon It IfSak Itsk ItSaft
Sak Lake wants them Wiggs who whowa wh whWee whowaa
wa Wee not reaerved has been signed peel ant aniie an anta 1 1In
ie a In the dty now According to all allthat allthat allthat
that an be learned JteCI however how wr it Is the theIntewUon thetntel theInn
tOn of the Salt Lake club to tostrengthen ton toStrthen
strengthen n the team te m In several veral places placesTJ
U at Spokane Manager Ma er Riley ic al alreadr alra7
readr 0 tw t usy K gathering a strong team teamHe teamlIe teami
i He has publicly made the announce announceBwot announcedlat announceeeIt
Bwot eeIt a dlat it t t Spokane i kane would ou1d win the t e pen pena peaar penat
a at tltfa y ar ar but Butte and Bait Lake Lakehav LakeDot Ikeha
hav ha not been consulted COMUI in IRthiaJAtter IRthiaJAtterAve this matter mattera
i a A away ax have something to aay about aboutBoise about6e aboutthe
6e thet 1It 1ItC
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
t + C Boise dub Organizad Organizadi + +
+ i Bete Ma Feb JS 11It6 Th Botee Boet BoelwtrtaIwaj e eI + 4 4Baseball +
1 ilC Baseball i I awocfeUoK a was ornIed i it t tt
t ptrht with wftha a capital of ofthf MS MS4thetollowlnK +
4thetollowlnK 4 + thf tti t 4IowIn nOA director John Me Melialnes Mrmn + 4 4ItIlIan
+ ItIlIan > mn Walter R Sebree John X XHalne 4 4lialnea +
+ lialnes J 1 E Clinton W v R Kivett Khettfttt KivettThe + >
4 Th fttt directors dine ton will meet on Monday Monday4and Mondayaiid ondalelect +
4and + aiid elect of officers offlcenCLAUDE officersCLAUDE fleers + f fCLAUDE
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Heavily Played Favorite Takes Takesthe TakesthePalace TakesThePalace
the thePalace Palace Hotel Handicap HandicapFrom HandicapFrom HandicapFrom
From Good Field FieldSaji FieldSuI Fieldi
i Saji Francisco tCO Feb 13 1IClaude Claude the theheavilyPlayed thelIe1IIypla theieslypIayed
heavilyPlayed favorite wqn the Pal Palace Pa1aace Palace
ace total handicap at Ingteeide today todaytaoM todayaood tedayfroi
taoM a good field Lord Melbourne MeJhourneecon4 wa waaeeottd was wasl
l aeeottd ond and Kenilworth waa third The Thewinners ThewtBaera TheI
I winners share are was 3220 3mlkat 3220Heat 32UPleat
Heat race Futurity y course e selHng selHngtoenmit MI MIarea se1ft se1ftrenn
area toenmit renn won Standard second Poloni Polonias PoIODItIti Poloulernsd
as s third Time nmel1414 nmel1414SIcMI4 TIme114Alm 114 1149M
SIcMI4 9M ernsd nd race throe and aa a a half Jtttr Jtttrkm btrIoap
km Ioap a jHirae irseMY > ey My Order won won Bob Re Re9Mi ReiIe Rese
9Mi second se cnd Bdge dge CIt third t lrd Time nme4i nme4iTiaInl Tlme4Tdrd IB IBThird
Third race six furlongs selling sellingHaiaatdt seUlngRaJDauit seUIngBIault
Haiaatdt woo Celebrant second Fair FairLafty FaJrLa47 FairLady
Lady Anna third Time 11111117 11111117Jou Ttme1177uurIJL 117 117FourtH
FourtH mce ee taRe and eighth Palace PalaceBotel PalaceBotel aiace aiaceflotel
Botel handicap aaadlcapCiaude Claude won Lord Mel MelhomnK MelIIJeCODd Melboris
boris second Kenilworth third Time TimelHtt TimeODe Time11S3
lHtt lHttJtfth 11S31ftk
Jtfth 1ftk raoe one mile und 114 a quarter quarterncniiig qr quartersdByronerdaie r rByronenla1e
sdByronerdaie ncniiig Hyionerdate won woa Mr Dingle DingleaecalML Dinglebpedteftt DingleS5C
aecalML S5C d Bxtwdient tttrd Th Ttla Thee212 Thee212tk e 3S12 3S12BKeth zart
BKeth tk r rt re oe mile and Arty yard Ida sell selltaig el1BUl selltngut
I tngut taig BUI Maseie i Won Axminteter Ax alnlater see second seeGIld seeaid ¬
GIld Horton third Time Tlmel49 Tlmel49BiBS TIme149y 149 149HBSUiaS
0 Oarsman n Takes Tak Ascot Handicap HandicapWorth HandicapWorth B3tdicapWorth
Worth About 8000 8000Jjm 3000LIa 5000I
Jjm I Angeles AD Feb 13 13Oanman Oarsman took tookJhwt toolce3
Jhwt XDOteey e3 7 today tOd in the t e Ascot handi handiworth JuuHIoell handbWorth
ell worth about ROOO 1 3OS handflv from fromate tIOm1C IrmaNrate
1C Nrate ate frit with Haviland third The Tbethrte ThetfIhe Thete
thrte WM wa I ff I for the mile and a quar quart qsaartse
t tse r and was the best be time ever made madeWer JMdeMer madeOVer
OVer the MOt track Weather cloudy cloudytruck cloudytJt1ck cloudyFirst
truck good goodFinf qnmmary qnmmaryFirst rnmari rnmariuttle
First race Steuaon course selling sellingI4ttle selllngQttJe
I4ttle Margaret won OeiebraUon sec cd sacsad sece
e sad d GeheinotfBS third Time T1 Tlme1114 Tlme1114Seeoft 111H 111HSecomt 111t4Se
Se Secomt roe Ave furlongs purse purseun pur purseUu e eaun
aun un Curtis wGIa w a IM Dick t TwnUn tweottd tweottdftHpe MCetMIlipe aseaudPtlipe
ftHpe lipe Lnego Luep tided Time Ttlnel801 Ttlnel801Third Tlme1OOThird 160 160Third
Third mtta MB DIlle srtltng ellanEmshee ellanEmsheewon lSmshae lSmshaewon
won Jtngler ecouO Phys third Timo Timofourth
I 144 144Jourth 144 144ourth
fourth ourth race mile and a quarter As Asot As0ot
e ot handle baD hsndltpOdrimRn Oariwian won Nitrate Nitrateecoid Nitratend Nitrateaemd
ecoid nd Havtttnd tldr4 Time Tbne2ti Tbne2tiJfth TIme207Fifth 207 207Jjfth
Fifth Jfth race abc slxtlllt x fartottga handicap handicapHwinevta andicapatlne handicapGIsnntvia
Hwinevta atlne won Oiortoso second Rag Rag9B Rag7WI RagTag
Tag 9B third Time rtiae114 rtiae114aatla 114 114Cixtii 1l4t
Cixtii t lace aee ce mileJim Hale a1e won WOILUda Ul Ulferftfta UIa
ferftfta a aecond seeOfl Rio CbJeo < lco third Time TimePOSITION lImejo
jo jof
3 f
la rs1 rot > ot a CJaudiaate Candihate Hlja mf msef f and Ha HaKo lIa lIaNo EnsNo
No Ohoiee OhoieeCincinnati Oho OboleeC e ec
Cincinnati c i i HtnnaU 0 Feb IIIn In response to totofiiiriea tobafuirtpJJ tohiiie
tofiiiriea tram Dwaottata DSJNO ta of thw city citywhether citywhether cityVu
Vu whether tei her he 1 wo M be a eanOUate for fordistrict forj
j a district trict delemrte de or f delegate te at hum to tothe WthE toth
the th national rat1onallLtk PgmiinUc epwroatkm coSVSndOfl tkm John JohnK
K I McLean jtrowletw Ie ot the Enquirer EnquirerIn
In I1 his paper pap papMv m 4jfc 4jfcMy il
My l work skill bS to the ranks ranbIri as a a anrivateuddair aateasking
nrivateuddair Iri at ateasking for nothing noUlt and airing airingto aspiring upirinto aspiringtc
to nothing noth I shall not t h e a candidate candidatedirectly candidateoJ
oJ directly rfctl or iBtfreetly la Itidhct either for delegate delegatea <
I a at i lurge or Q district delegate to the > Dem Demdrratic Demtrra DflOiraUc
drratic trra tftfuTtitT convention CQ v uUoa 1 am au not nota
a < an at ate J f Jf t and I have no can candidate cenhlat fl ¬
didate hlat
4 ABaiVBD AT T KHrGSTOH xnTGSTOHKinpto EtNGSTONliugton I IKingston
Kingston Jamaica FT > 13Tile 13TileTnit 13TherJlt iiTheTnltd
Tnit Tnltd d State Statetl ellll erUr trt r Hartford from fromliuantanamo fromuaT1tanamo fromUhtnamO
liuantanamo uaT1tanamo and the United Unlt d States StatestNU StatesI
tNU b > > at I Topeka from Colon arriv srihi srihit i iJbffdii 1t
Jbffdii al t < ifteinooB ftDivilt ap4 iI1 coal coalm
f iYV V tfV v VI y y y y V Y Y Y tv Y Y y y If tf V V VI V VV 1ppfYV VY V V If V V yv V V YV V y V Y JfJf 1 Jf1ff V f VfYV Y 1YYVY4YVVV VVyyyyy Y VYfY V If V V V y V
Robert the Red Claims to Have HaveHad HaveHad HaveHad
Had His Mouth FilledWith Filled FilledWith FilledWith
With Diamonds DiamondsSt
St Low Feb 13 13Robert Robert FitssimmoiM FitssimmoiMthe
the prize fighter fl < hter whose hair dropped ovt ovtU o oas
U his hi youth and birthday anniversaries anniversariesaased anniv anniversariesasesed rsarte rsarteb
aased by b and whom e naked head Ibeen hw hSsbeen hwbeen
been the subject o ot no little critlcisM critlcisMhas crltlcl crltlclhas crttIcishas
has added another chapter to tbe biog biography bkcraphy bk bkraphy ¬
raphy ot his cranium which shotttd Mldnet MldnetJMIU not notMSS ntness
MSS by unnoticed uDl1O eed Fitzsimmstts lat laatweek latWsk
week had MS 1 a diawowis 100000ted ioe rte i in Inteeth his hfeteeth histeeth
teeth to improve b prov the he molars aad id Wscag WscagI blsc blsc144s
I 144s lds which bicb causfldhtm cau dm f fThe trouIIIe In eating
The job is the MM meet t tn tnThe tmlqUjt indquen f Its 1t k kThe kind kindThe
The diamonds are used in tfceUllin theft1UIfP1S the 1Iins aad aadbridges adbridges
bridges and are for the most part In Invisible 1 1islb1e ¬
visible The admiring dentist has h let lethis Pt Pthis
his enthusiasm ent Wliasm run away aw y with the necw necwsttfea I
sttfea sld of the tt Utfm teiUoit U cm On three of the theteeth theteeth
teeth an initial has been set In small smalltone smallatotMll smallstases I
stases tone on one ft the Ogar re 3 3 on an another anotJMtt anodua ¬
other UM letter letterT T and 40 qlL Uw third thhrtchampion thirdIC
C Indiestiag tf tile phrase raM rbPee time timeCbJIIDpIon timesehJnpiou
champion championJWPAH CbJIIDpIont1TAH ehJnpioutqAE I
1 1Sporting
Sporting Editor EditorIs BraWl BraWlIs
Is it true as reported from Ogden that thatSalt utSalt ttSalt
Salt I Lake ke will ftl have teams teaa te both the theWestern UteWe tkWestern
Western We < ern league le and the Pacific National Nationalleague N NatIOSSIleague l lleape
league this 1Ie8IIOftt season
seasonWJLLIB WJLLIB ILLU F FA3N1 FA3N1Salt PANuSalt lt ltSalt
Salt Lake City Feb 13 1J 1JL 1JNo j jNo
L 4 4No
No Willie it is not true Salt Lahe Lahewill Ihe1II
will 1n play In the New Buteed league teagitethte leaguethis
this till season while Ogden 6a hU Iha completed completedarrangementa completedtrranaemnia
arrangementa U RHNI I to enter tk th Southern Southernleague SouthernWfltel Southernleague
league Waterbttry ttry Conn will Be bedropped se sedropped
dropped from the New Bagland league taagoeto
to > make mak kEf room for Salt Lake while At Atlanta Atlanta UIaDt ¬
lanta has aowteewiy consented COR88It to re resign re re8I reMn ¬
sign 8I in favor of Ogden and IICI m Iu the inter interests Intereats ¬ I
ests of peace and harmony hArmon Air ship shippropelled shisepropelled
propelled by new radium motors have havebeen bayebeen havebeen I
been ordered to take tak the Utah teai teaieast teaui teauieast
east and south and to fo brWg tbe visi visiteams vJ81teams YISItIS YISItISteams
teams here These chips phi possess osaem tea teaeast g gand gret gretsped
sped and wonderful curvfS Blnford BlnfordMK ash ashMocvy
M Mocvy MK r are wtdaotood 1iQ to be working worklnton
on details BOW The plan will it is con conceded COfteedec1 eonceded ¬
ceded prevent great annoyance a in this tutsregion tit titrqion thisSULLIVAN
region regionSUMiIVA3Sr
San VrancfeeoMk Prancl 15fld0G N e 1itU 1UI AM unheralded unheraldedand nnharedand
and unsung Dave Sollivan aR and Kid Od Broad Broaddashed Broadclashed
dashed for a goodly oodl IJ portion of one hot hotaccording hotrowid I Ir
r rowid at a sa n emr bOwr yesiarda morn mornIng ID
111 with DO d 4eiOfl yet for aUttbt1 aUttbt1accordlnsr 11 thqi thqiaccord1n
according to the tale related by tbe elect electfew electfew I
few it was fast and sizxling while it itlasted ItIasted 1
lasted lastedKid lastedKid IastedXld
Kid Bread dripped d ia J mt tb tile battle battleound haitiground ttJe ttJeouod
ground ound from ay ntoffoblte taiiob1le bile tour out in toe ine Inthe I IfeeU
the e vicinity of tb the Cliff CI f house He was wasfeeling wasfeeling
feeling feeU for all the thewortd world like a champion championIn I
In this frame of BMad Sejnet JD his hi old oldBroadway oldBroadway I IBroadway
Broadway rival Iwve Seflivaa j They Theyshook I Ishook
shook hands as coMhiMy fI lab as s all put putIlly gentle gentlemanly eutle eutleisanly ¬ II IIabook
manly Illy fighters must do 50ff flf they would con conform roDfonn eonform ¬
form to the code As the moments sped spedon spedon I Ion
on the talk turittf turil to ring rI recortf and andknockouts andknockoutl andknockouts
knockouts Kid BKoar th t thugbt ttght t that he hehad hehad behad
had put more m te mea to the tbet mat for or k kthan kees keesthan eetIII eetIIIthan
than Dave ever Hart Dav begged beggeidiffer to totter iodiffer
differ tter with him The kids kid record was wasshort wssabort wasshort
short and of no consequence compared comparedt comparedtdB tohis to tohis
< his
You aint no fighter fi < hter said Kid Broad BroadIve Broarve Broa4Ive
Ive got it oa you y dU a jaihV mile retorted retortedDave retOrted8e retortedDare
Dave DaveHistory 8eHiftG1T DareHletovr
History does not record who landed landeAtlrst 18ftde1ftr landedfirst
first All the early birds rds saw the clash clajfcKid clashKid
Kid Broad hlttiny hlttln the floor With a thump tttu tttuHe
He was up in a moment momentmtag coming on after afterhis atterbI8 afterhis
his most approved style Dave met the therush 1Mnuah therush
rush with another an wallop 3Iii the th kW once oncemore ODeeJ oi oimore
more ffotag town wn That f was about all allthere allthere 11 11there
there was to it itSPOBCS itSPOp itSPORTS
Blues and Whites WldtTfd WititesTled Ked in Basketball BasketballChampionship Ba BasketballOhampionuhip ketWl I
Championship Champion h p Series SericsTbe SeriesThe SeriesThe I
The Blues Blu 8 and Whites arc tied f fOr fOrt far r rrst
list rst t place in intbe the All Hallows basket
hall championship series at the close closeof Clotleof
of the week w k just passed l Both have won woneleven waneleven
eleven games and test three The TheBlacks TheBlacks
Blacks now stand in Inthe the feat place with witheleven Withelevea witheleven
eleven won and five ve lost lostOn lostOn InstOn
On Monday the u Blacks ICks defeated the
Whites by a score of 7 to 2 L On OnWednesday OnWednesday
Wednesday the Blacks again won from fromthe fromthe fromtheBhiesbyascoreof1jioi
the theBhiesbyascoreof1jioi Blues by a score of U to 10 Thurs Thursdays Tharedays Thursdays ¬
days game went to the Blues the score scorebeing scorebel scorebeing
being bel Blues luetJ 10 Whites Ipd I and Fridays Fridaysconteot Fridayscontest rldaTscontetlt
contest was won by y the Whites Whjtes from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Blues by a score of 13 to i Tester Tenterday Ye Testerday ter terday
day the Blue and Blacks met In an anindoor aJlIndoor anindoor
indoor baseball game and the former formerwen formerWell formerwest
wen by a score of 26 to 18 18UNKNOWN ItQ 13UNKNOWN
Boise Ida freb iP b IS 11Short Short Line train trainNo trainNo I INo
No 11 passing through here at 2 oclock oclockp odoe odoep
p m struck a man w walking kln on Ute tlietrack tiletrack i itrack
track Bear dealt west t of this place placeand placeand placeand
and killed hftri instantly Mentlflca Mentlflcation Identlilcation I It
tion t has not yet been made The rt rtmalne iiinliis I
malne m ID8 horribly mangled were brought broughthere broughthere I
here this morning morningIf morn mornhiigI1O3D IQg
e efOTE I
Pittchurg Xttt arg Feb IS ISAlonzo 1AlonsoKeasie Alonao WlBiam WlBiamKetutto
Ketutto one of the > foremost t chemists chemistsand ts1 ts1and i i8D
and 8D l metB sqe ietaligIsts ta gllitsinthe ist in the United < l State Stateoi StatesioZ1E
vn oi gJlil e mjanufaoturnr ur fro frothct i
thct ioZ1E to dl at his
00 c cdotk dotk d8ti1Lgoed ea eaif
< if = ii J
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iiA A Ak i iJ
jots l1E l1EN
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Millions Have Been SPent byHim by Him in Racing Stock StockHad Had One Oneof Oneof Oneof
of the Largest and Best Equipped Stables StablesIn StablesIntheWorid
In IntheWorid the World
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ Hamburg stallion 300090 OOlIO 000 000Nasturtium + f fGOOW
+ 4 Nasturtium stallion GOOW 001 001Meddler OOSMeddler +
+ 4 Meddler stallion stallionYankee 4L 4LYankee 49 + 4MJM
+ 4 Yankee stallion stallionEndurance stallionEnduranc MJM 4eINEnduranct +
+ Endurance by Right 36016 ate ateBlue OiBlue +
+ Blue Girt7 Girt7St Glry IjtIIG IjtIIGSt jedOSt +
+ St Simon filly ftllyJudith IZ0S +
4 + Judith Campbell CampbellGunfire 15000 liOOIJGunAre iOQOGunlire +
+ Gunfire GunfireArmenia l 15000 15000t 1oOArmenia oao oaoArmenia +
+ Armenia ArmeniaLeonl4a 1LOO 1LOOLeonidag IIOO IIOOLeo +
+ Leonl4a Leonl4aPnnextWe Leo Leornfted1 ojo +
4 + PnnextWe rnfted1 1 r ueQ ueQaippocmtes +
JIippocrates lugo lugo1JiteItaee + 4
RelIance 4 t I 1IJIIf 1IJIIfJttty tOS 4 4f
+ 4 f Jttty ttty yearlings ye t 180 111Forty 1OO 00 + K KForty
> + Forty 3yearolds ydrold 1MJM 1MJMEighty 1 1EtPty +
+ Eighty brood mares mares1OOOO 1600W 100000OUler + f f1WOOO
4 4 Other horses in training tralnln < 1WOOO 100010otal 4 41600W 4A 4Total +
4 + + A
+ Total otal 8800084 8800084N toOO6 toOO6I +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
I N NO walk of life will1 the loss of offelt ofWilliam ofI
I I William C Whitney b t more keenly keenlyfelt keenlyrelt
felt than t em On the turf of which he hewa heWalt hewas
wa Walt perlMps the most generous patron patronFew patronFew patronFew
Few men were better appreciated and andwithout andspeaking andwithout
without speaking in disparagement Indlspnragementof disparagementof
of any anyno BO owner was more popular popularsays popularsays popularsays
says the New York American AmericanPrevious AmericanPrevious
Previous to his advent on the turf he hehad hehad
had confined his admiration to horsetIe horseflesh horse horseflesh ¬
flesh entirely to harness 1MLrnes horses and his hisequipages hl hlequipages hisequlpages
equipages were for years the best to tobe tobe tobe
be seen on Fifth avenue ae avenue ue He had hadshown adshown hadshown
shown co de desire to join the ranks of ofracehorse ofracehorse ofracehorse
racehorse owners and it came in the thenature thenature thenature
nature of 5 surprise when in Inl888 1898 hiS htecolors hiScolorsUght hi hicolorslight
colors colorsUght light blue brown cap capftrst capftrstmade capfirstmade first firstmade
made their appearance ap rance his horses run running running running ¬
ning as the property of Sydney Puget PugetThough pasetThough PagetThough
Though his string at the time was of ofminor ofminor
minor Importance his advent on the theturf theturf
turf undoubtedly marked an epoch in inracing IniacIng
racing Although he Invariably Invariablydecllned Invariablydecllnedto declined declinedto
to put himself forward in the councils councilsof cotI clls
of the turfs legislative bodies he ncr nevertheless 1Ie 1Iee ncrerheIesa ¬
ertheless e beeS3 exercised etl a secret influence inttuercefor
for good which 1ttch surely surel made itself felt feltand feltand feltand
and tended tende4to to the advancement of the theeastern theeastem theeastern
eastern turf Racing at once began to toassume
assume a better position in the view viewof
of the general public from tromt the he mere merefact merefact merefact
fact of such a promlrteuL promhtelttlflRlt ntftft as Mr MrWhitney 1rWhitney MrWhitney
Whitney being so ardent aTl a 1notee Totee of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the sport sportPaid sportPaid
Paid 40000 40000 For or Jean Beraud BeraudAnything BeraudAnytbll BeraudAnythIr
Anything i he h undertook undert k he did thor thoroughly thor0ugnIY ¬
oughly and with wealth at his hI com command corninsud ¬
mand to prosecute pro his hobby it itWa5 was but buta
a verr en short time before the small smallstring maUtrlog smallstring
string of ten horses with which he made madehis madehis
his entry on the racing racln r stage devel developed developed developed ¬
oped amazingly Not content with withpaying withpaYIng withpaying
paying suck sums as a 40000 for Jean JeanBeraud JeanBeraud ean eanfieraud
Beraud the beat be t of o his year with a afurther afurther afurther
further contingency on his winnings winningslie wblnl CJ CJlae
lie bought right and left regardless of ofcost ofI ofcoat
I cost costThe
The following reason found ounf him with withone wUhone withone
one of the strongest combinations of ofhorsoa ofhOSO ofhorses
horses in training tralnlngtwentyU1Iee twentythree In Innumber Innumber innumber
number their winnings for the th year yearamounting yearamounting I
amounting in the aggregate to SGLiO SGLiOThis 6l5W 6l5WThis 61IiiOThis
This represented repre nted thirtytwo thlrt two races in including Inhtdlng inchiding ¬
chiding the ciassic Withers and Bel Beltnont Belmont Belmont
mont won for him by byJean Jean Beraud BeraudIn
In 1909 the number cont continued failed to in increase intease Increase ¬
crease tuId nd victory again perched on onthe onthe onthe
the Whitney banner nner No less a sum sumthan BUIRthan sumthan
than f2W6 was credited to tho stable stableand stableaad stableand
and better than all else in infr Mr M Whit Whitneys Whitneys WhItnys ¬
neys idea Ide he won the most coveted covetedraw
raw of the year yearthe the Futurity Futtlrltywltb FuttlrltywltbBallyboo with withBallyhoo
Ballyhoo Bey whom he had purchased purchasedas ed edU
as a yearling Other th ther r notable winners winnersIn
In his string stri ng at that time were Admire Admiration Ad Admiretion mlra mlratlor ¬
tion Prince Charles Elkhorn Gold GoldHeels GoldHeels GoldHeels
Heels 1Cl1luba Kiliashandra d Jean Beraud and andRush auRush andRush
Rush RushInvades
Invades English Ttirf TtirfFired IUIfFired TUIfFired
Fired with enthusiasm entbu lasm for the sport sporthe sporthe sportbe
he had sought new tV worlds to conquer conquerand conquerand conquerand
and met with a fair share of success successon
on the Xn English Ush turf where his horses horseswere horseswere horseswere
were at first trained by Purcell GH GHpfn GRpin Gilpin
pin Later he launched out on a still stillmore IiWlntore stillmore
more extravagant scale in England Englandleased EnglaJuleaaed EnglandIeaaed
leased the most beautiful and eels celebrated Iebratecl eelsbrtd ¬
brated training traJnlngeBtabUshment establishment at Heath HeathHouse HeAthJloue HeathHouse
House at Newmarket Heath H th and sent sentover sentnel septover
over the American trainer HIggins to totake totake totake
take charge chargeIt
It was in 1901 that he achieved the thecrowning thecloWDlnc thecrowning
crowning triumph of his turf career careerby careerby careerby
by winning the English Derby D rbY the blue blueribbon bluerl1Jbon blueribbon
ribbon of the turf with Volodyovafei Volodyovafeian
an Englishbred horse which he had hadleased hadleased hadleased
leased from lady Moux upon the thedeath thedeath thedeath
death of his racing r ctng partner In Eng England Bngland Buglaud ¬
land Lord William Berasford B i Sford In this thittcountry thkcouatry thiscountry
country he ie had at t the same time the thelargest theI thelargest
largest I t string In training under th thcfcrge t Mc thecbsrge
cfcrge c e of J W y Rogers R ogrs a strinfet strinfetfortynine t at atfortuthe
fortynine fort7 ia number uupth x These Thesewre Thewere L tJ tJwire
wire uniformly rMly successful u es eful etfmpr 1 mpr
j t
suck gad OGdret rej reUves r enives as Gold Coldsinith Goldth Goldsifth
sinith th King Hanover Etnov Luke Ward WardKorningskte WardMornlngelde ard ardJGr
Korningskte JGr tna Prince QMrJes C Rush Rushetc Rushetc Rushate
etc which Rich placed pla ed many HUM of the tA im important heportnt ¬
portant stake to Mr r Whitneys t1Jaltne s credit creditThe cre41tTbe creditThe
The many triumphs of Whitney Whitneyhorses WhltJeYhones Whitneyhorses
horses in 1902 1 1O and 16 1J are too recent recentto
to need fl repetition suffice it to say saythat sa sathat saythat
that the stable by the aid of such as asOltte uGhte asGlue
Glue Girl Goldsmith Got4am Gunfire Gunft King KingHanover KingH1Over KingEanover
Hanover Smoke Yankee Endurance Enduranceby
by Right Girdle Leonora aera Lorlng Mer Mercury Mercury er ercury ¬
cury and others maintained his pres prestige prestige prostige ¬
tige near to the head of th tile list of ofwinning otwlnnlnar ofwinning
winning owners ownersThere ownershave ownersThere
There have also al o been numerous numerousother numerousotMr flumerousother
other horses > such as as Yankee partly partlyowned p partlyowned rtly rtlyowned
owned by b hlm though rhnot not run in Inbls Inblsname lila bisname lilaname
His Kentucky Stud StudHis StudHis StudBin
His breeding stud the La Belle kept keptat keptat
at Lexington Ky wag as maintained in inthe Inthe
the same lavish fashion as his racing racingestablishment racingestablishment
establishment and his li breeding theo theories theeiIes ¬
ries were concisely expressed sed in the thepreface thepreface thepreface
preface to an elaborate volume descrip descriptive descriptive ¬
tive of his stud and published byhim byhimlaat by him hlrnlast
last year for private circulation circulationHe circul tton
He said he believed bene d in breeding from fromnothing fromnothing
nothing notRIn but blueblooded mares who whohad whohad
had shown own their worth on the race racecourse ra e ecourse e ecourse
course Meddler at 49000 OOO Hamburg Hamburgat Hamburat
at WO and other high priced stal stallions stal110M stallions ¬
lions were in turn purchased to stand standat staiutat
at the head o of the La Belle paddocks paddocksand
reptton of grand indi individuate individuals ¬
and as an aggregation a I Ividuals
viduals his stud matrons compared comparedwith comparedwith comparedwith
with the best t in the land landHis landII landHis
His racing racJ g stables at Westburg his hisfavorite hisfavorite
favorite country home were built of ofbrick ofbrick
brick and on a most elaborate scale scalebut scalebut
but failed for some reason to be besuited besuIted
suited to the requirements of the thor thoroughbreds thorOUChbredS thoroughbreda ¬
oughbreds In lieu of them he erected erectedan
an extensive stable Adjoining the rac racing raclug mclug ¬
lug box bo at Garretsons Mill Sheeps Sheepshead Sheepsd Sheepsbead
head d Bay B y In addition to these he had hadrecently hadreeently hadrecently
recently built extensive stabling on onproperty onPtoperty onproperty
property adjoining the Saratoga race racetrack racetrack racetrack ¬
track and aim at Aiken S C a ater win winter winter ¬
ter training resort resortAny re ortAny resortAny
Any description of Mr Whitneys Whitneysracing Whltneg1Ocing VThItney5racing
racing career must needs be incom incomplete Incomplete Incomplete ¬
plete without a reference tohis to thIs thIsproject his pat patproject pftproject
project the revivified Saratoga Racing Racingassociation RaelngJl8Oclation Racllgpseociation
association From a mediocre track of ofunsavory otunaavory ofunsavory
unsavory repute he resurrected Sara Saratoga Saratop SaratOga ¬
toga and transformed it into what may maybe maybe maybe
be termed the garden nten track of the thoeast theeaat theeast
east eastFrom eaatFrom eastFront
From the outset oftho of the new regime regimethe regimethe I Ithe
the Saratoga meeting has been a grand grandSuccess grandauccellS grandsuccess
Success and upon no individuals as a abody abody abody
body will the th death of their assocl assoclation arsocistions QtOclaUon
ation stions president fall with greater greflt force forcethan forcethn forcethan
than the Saratogtans ns who held the thename thename thename
name of W C Whitney in reverence reverenceGunfire reverenceGunfire reverenceGunfire
Gunfire Reliable Leonidas and Stal Stalwart Stalrt Stalwart ¬
wart rt are the animals entered in W C CWhitneys CWbitneYs CWhitners
Whitneys name for the leadinghan leadinghandicaps leading han handicaps hendicaps ¬
dicaps and needless need lea to say they will willbe willbe willbe
be eliminated In the case of his nom nominations nOMJratlot18 nontiriations ¬
inations for such as the tb Produce stakes stakesand stakesand sttkesand
and Futurity a special clause permits permitstheir permltstheir permitstheir
their being transferred tran rred in case of the thedeath thedeath thedeath
death of the owner As a winner of ofbig ofbig ofbig
big handicaps ba dlcapt5 he h succeeded in win wlnlD winfling winning ¬
fling lD only one dnethe the Metropolitan with withGunfire withGunftre withGunfire
Gunfire But in England he was more moresuccessful moremcees moresuccessful
successful mcees tul in this respect winning the thebig thehI thebig
big hI < Cambridgeeliire handicap on two twooccasions twooccasi twooccasionswith
occasions occasionswith nswith with BaManthal Ba anthal > and Water Watershed Waterabed Watershed ¬
shed shedISTHMUS
Washington Feb FekuCORSul 12Consul Mairese Malr at atColon aColon atColon
Colon cables the state department dePartm t today
that Mr Russell who is going to Panama Panamato Pannto
to take charge cba e of the American legation legationthere 18JP1ttonth legationthere
there th has Just arrived at Colon ColoR ad re reports reports menorts ¬
ports all quiet at Cartagena Cart n8 It is re reported re reported meported ¬
ported that no determination has yet been beenreached beeBea beenreached
reached ea < hed to appoint a POIDt a minister to succeed succeedBuchanan 8UCeeedBuetutnau succeedBuchanan
Buchanan If such an appointment appoin llent is ismade itmade Ismade
made it probably will go to Mr Ir Russell Russellif eJJif
if not iWt t he in all U likelihood UkeU will be made a amember amember amember
member of a permanent eommtttSton eommtttStonwhich COmmlllatonwbleh commissionwhich
which is to be charged with the adminis administration admildstratlon adminlatmation ¬
tration of affairs of th the canal strip stripTWO stripTWO
10 10TVO
Wiles Nl Kieh F Feb b H uCongle itongreesman Congressman llmn Bd Bdward Edward d dward
ward L Hamilton of Niles who arrived arrivedtorrit
bee tonight says that the commutes on
torrit terrttort 1e of which cJa he to chairman ehafrmaaWSIt ehafrmaaWSItreport will willreport wiltreport
report a bill all Joining Oklahoma and In ¬
dian Ian Territory In one state and a d that thatsuch thatRIel thatsuch
such a bin will willhe b Jlkefy to p SS both
MUM hous A8 to ArlB Arisoca AKa NeV Ne texloo
he nays the situation not se certain
but ae be Intimated that they Wilt 111 be e nke Bk Bkwise
wise joined In one state stateSight slatemlght
0 0might
Sight elegant praeAtvts p given away awayW awaytree awaytree
tree atu at the b big netIon cftGft tIt pf orwatch dismnnds dismnndswatelJ8
watelJ8 watch j jew1t7 ty snJltrwtl sfltierwiro r and cut cutw cutOsp
Osp W W Halfts BaJt1sJewery Jewelry jy Store StoreStzttat StoretI1 Storev
v tI1 rii Stzttat st1 Ieet t Sale SIIItpday today at atIn 230 230m Z3iJ
4 m 1 1t
> L
t >
Team That Has Signed Dona Donahue Donahue Danahue ¬
hue Is IsTouted Touted as a Pen Pennant Pennant Pennant ¬
nant Winner WinnerSt
St Louis Feb 15 liThe The Impression Mfon that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the St Louis Cardinals are going to cut cutsome cutsome
some figure re in the race next > Mason 1 1growl Ja IsgrqwIs
growl growlAlike grqwIsMike I
Alike Kahoe of the Browns catching catchingstaff catcblnlstarr catchingstaff
staff is one of those who believe beI that thatthe thatthe thatth0
the new acquisition ul8lt1oA to the RoMson team teamwill teamwill
will do wonders wondersThe wOlM1 wOlM1The wondersThe
The fans fa IJ want to watch 1 atch the Cardinals Cardinalsaext CardlnaIBnext Cardinalsnext
next season and I can vouch for the thebrilliancy theDriJllancy thebrilliancy
brilliancy of that t coast bevy the Rob Robisons RobI8On8 Robleone
leone have ha ve just bagged declared Mike MikeKahce
Kahce who together t < with his frau Is Isbeck j i
back from Cincinnati and will tarry here hereuntil hereuntJI hereuntil
until it ia time to depart for Consicana Consicanawith COI Coeskanawith
with the rest of the McAleerites McAleeritesI
I played on the coast last winter with withthe wlththe wltkthe
the Tourists To rlts and went up against t pretty prettynearly prettynearly prettynearly
nearly every teaser the Boblaons Rob olUl hare harecapturftd hayecaptured havecaptured
captured capturedThat capturedThat I ITThat
That young shortstop Shea of Frisco Friscois I Ii8
is going got to make the team sure sur Aver Averages Averages ver verA ¬
ages show that be fields only j MO and
batted but 9R 9RThat 44 44That
That T at doesnt make him look like t a aworld a aworld aworld I
world beater but butNotice butNoUce butNotice
Notice the fKaree and yow will see
that he scored Ml 1 runs in 1S8 games be besurpasaed be besurpaseed besurpassed
surpassed by but two players In that thatrespect thAtre thatrespect
respect re pect our ancient friend Dummy
Hey Ho with the LOB Ansel AD Angeles etI and Van Bu Buren Buren Ruren 1
ren of Portland a topaotcber all the theroacnateg thel1MPat themagnates
magnates have h overlooked overlookedJoe
Joe Corbett is the same old Joe Cor1 COl I
bett ThieJman is a sure comer Byers j i
the Seattle receiver ia another splendid aplentiKli splendidcaptors ld ldcapture
i capture Zearfoos of Frisco eo Is fair bat bati botnot butnot
i not a wonder woad woadFAMOUS wonderPAMoUs j jFAMOUS
Philadelphia Feb 13 3Tbe The gold and d dmond dlL dlLmood damend
mood studded belt which was preaenlAtf preaenlAtfto
to John It I Sullivan as commemorative or ofhis orhis orhis
his championship fight with Paddy Ryan Ryanand R Ryaeand >
and which bieh disappeared about ten years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago now turns up in the possession of ofJere orJere ofJars
Jere Donohue of this city who exhibits exhibitthe exhibitsthe exhibitsthe
the trophy among his art collection Don Donohue Donohue Donohue ¬
ohue secured the belt for ftOdM which Is Issitghtiy isslightly
slightly more than the value of the metal metaland metaland metaland
and precious stones stonesPoggsnburg stonesPoggsnburg stonesPoggsnburg
Poggsnburg a Billiard B Champion ChampionI ChampionNew I IXew I
Xew York Feb KJ Ferdinand Pog Poggenburg POCgen Poggenburg
genburg gen urg of the LMderkranz LH crab won the theamateur theamatlUl theamateur
amateur champfensitfp billiard honors in Inthe I Ithe
the final match of the tournament fin finfehed finfahed I
fehed tonight at the JJetferkranz z dub1 dub1house club clubhouse clubbone
house He won out in the play off of oftie a atie atie
tie for first fI t honors with Dr L I L Mini Mlalof Miniof
of this thr city Score ScorePoggenburg S orePoarenbu ScorePoggenburgTotai
Poggenburg PoggenburgTotai Total 900 high runs 41 41tt 41II
tt W X average age 9 2131 2131MmlTotal l31MIaJTotat flilMiniTotal
MmlTotal IS 1 high runs 31 31 Si 2 4 11 1 14 14avertre 14er 14averae
avertre er 5 341 341Dr 31 31Dr 31Dr
Dr Xial Ia won second prise Edward EdwardGardner BdwwdGardner BdwardGardner
Gardner of Passaic N J third and andCharles i
Charles F Conklin of Chicago fourth fourthc fourthMEETING j jMEETING
c eo 0 0MEETING
2 2New
New York Feb W HThe The executive com committee COMmittee coinmittee
mittee elected ele led in Washington last t month monthto
to arrange e for the international Internationalcongr peace peacecongress peacecongress
congress congr which is to be held in the
United States nest autumn held held heldts Its first firstmeeting firstmeeting firstmeeting
meeting in New York today It was re resolved resolved mesolved
solved unanimously to hold the congreae COd
In Boston in the first week eek in October Octoberand Octoberand Octoberand
and it was Voted that meetings be ar arranged atranged j jI
I ranged immediately Y following fonowl the ooaj ooajIngton 00 con congross a agreu
gross In New York PhUadelpaJa Wash WasIIi
i Ington Chicago St Louis and perhaps perhapsother perhapsother
other citiesIt cities citiesIt
I It was resolved to present the name of ofRobert O ofRobefl f fRobert I
Robert Treat Paine president of the
American Peace society for president pre of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the congress COD e with the following Amen Amarlcab Amencan American ¬
can vice Ice nresidents nre George F Edmunds
Andrew D White Rev Edward Everett
Hale Andrew Carnegie Edwin Gins Al ¬
bert K Smiley ad David Starr Jordan JordanWRIT JordanIlia JordanWRIT
Ilia 11 11WRIT
One of Suites B ttO JTotoriotts N toriotls Judges Dis DisHelena Disi Disqin14fiod
i qin14fiod qin14fiodHelena t
HeleM Helena Bb L ISA I3 writ of prohi prohibition prohibition prolitbition ¬ I
bition granted by the supreme court courttoday courttoday
today restahis reat restat Judge Iud E W Harney Harneyof I
of the district court of Silver Bow Bowcounty Bowcounty Bovcounty
county from 1IWtbe hearing the famous Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania caw ca e involving large 1a copper copperinterests copperInteJ1e copperinterests
interests ts l Butte u The T e Beaten BoattwiMontAtia Bo6 BeatenMontjthS
MontAtia company conplhy which whlcllfer ytifned ytifnedled j
for tlewrt Writ cl elas It has dl8CIU8Ji dl8CIU8JiRed dImia1ifled
led the Judge Dyan byIflyIle by attSdavits upder the thefair thefaitt thefr
fair trial law Jfft t thi that lie hM h s re refused re refused mefused ¬
fused to change the place of trial trialThe trialIM trialThe
The writ was umad made returnable Feb
27 1
Three other writs rits involving the con constitutionality constitutionality constitutionality ¬
stitutionality ot the fit fair trial law had hadalready hadalreadY hsdaIredy
already been made returnable on that thatdate thatdate thatdate
date dateIn dateIn dateIn
In the action before Judge Harney Harneyan
an attempt wit w s > helng Ing made to show showthat zhowthat showthat
that th the Boston Montana company companywa companywa companywas
wa wa guilty of contempt eom mpt of court Judge JudgeBarney JudgeHarney JudgeMacany
Barney held that the fair trial law lawdoes 1awdoes lawdoes
does not apply to contempt in that thatrespect thAtOped thatrspeet
respect > Oped following a ruling of Judge JudgeClancy Ju JuCianc JudgeClancy
Clancy ClancyAthena
DAUG pAUGii npmf npmfAthens BIIU BIIUAthens
Athens Feb ItAu l X fau fauborn WP wa waborn
born yesterday ESt > rday to the Princ Princwife FrincfhI FrincfhIwife tfUIl tfUIlwife
wife of OrcAn wn Prince Pr n Constsnll on nnt e eoff
off i < = f t r > i i j
Aurelio urollo Herrera has received another anothersevere anotherevere anothersevere
severe check in his remarkable ring ringcareer riDcareel ringcareer <
career His quietus was given him last lastFriday lastFriday lastFriday
Friday night at Anaconda Mont 1fontJwhen Montwhen Montwhen
when Louie Lon Lonb sent the fighting fightingMexican fighUnglIexicn fightingMexican
Mexican to the mat for the first time timein timem timeIn
in his pugilistic career It wag in inMontana InMontana InMontana
Montana that Herrera under the man management management management ¬
agement of Biddy Bishop grilnafl g gIn tnad a areputation areputatIon areputation
reputation that made him a champion championship championship championship ¬
ship possibility and it was to Montana Montanathat Montaathat Montanathat
that Herrera journeyed after a ye year r of ofindifferent orIndifferent ofindifferent
indifferent success to meet his Water Waterloo Waterloo Watetbe ¬
loo Herrera numbered his hlSfrtendS friends by bythe bythe
the thousands in the intermountain Intelmountaincountry intermountaincoyptry intemniountaincountry f
country a year 1 r ago and now nOw he is isnothing Isnothing
nothing more than a back number numberIb I
Ib was a8 while at the pinnacle of his hisfame hisfame j
fame that Herrera became a party to toa I Ia Ia
a fake fight in Salt Lake with a aJack bogus bogusJack bogusJack
Jack Downey last July For the sake sakeof sakeor sakeof
of a little easy ea6 money he risked his hisreputation hisreputation hisreputation
reputation and threW down the Salt SaltLake SaltLak SaltLake
Lake sporting fraternity raterrllt Herrera got gotthe cotthe gotthe
the coin all right but butrorn from that me memorable memorable memorable ¬
morable night the hand of fate has hashung bashung hashung
hung over His lead From rom a a top topnotcher topnotcher topnotcher
notcher in the heavy featherweight r reatbeiweightclass atbeI7 elght j jclass
class Herrera has drifted down the line lineuntil lineuntil i iuntil
until Louie Long proved to Herreras Herrerasthousands Herreragthousands Herrerasthousands
thousands of friends in Montana that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the Mexican is a hasbeen hasbeenSince hasbeenSince I
Since the Downey affair Herreras i ifall Ifall tfall
fall has been rapid Driven from the theprincipal theprlftclpfll theprincipal
principal coast cities by M I E Mulvey Mulveyof Mulveof
of this city Herreras first fight was waswith waswith waswith
with Louie Long at Vancouver Long Longthen Lon Lonthen Longthen
then an unknown gave Horrera the theworst theorSt theworst
worst orSt of the argument in twenty twentyrounds twenbroun4s twentyrounds
rounds Next he met Jack CortteM CortteMthen Cordellthen Cordeiltlieit
then another aJtotherunknown unknown in California Californiaand Californiaand
and again Herrera was as bested Bin Htefights EJght Binfighta
fights ght < with Neary Near in Milwaukee were a adraw adraw adraw
draw at the best and then came his hiedefeat hl6defeat hisdefeat
defeat of Friday night by Long who whofirst whofirst whoIlrst
first started him on his downward ca carer career career
reer Herrera before the Downey Down fias fiasco ft fleai fleaicc ¬
co Was a championship possibility possibilityHenera POSiilbuttyHerrera possibilityHerrera t
Herrera is now a dub fighter fighterBilly fighterBIll fighterBilly
Billy BIll Murphy former lightweight lightweightchampion lightweightchampion lightweightchampion
champion of the world writes as fol follows 101lows ¬ I
lows lowsI II
I thought that in my m time I was the thewhole thewhole thewhole I
whole show until I saw this fellow fello Cor Corbett corbett Corbett ¬
bett in action a tion but my hat is off to him himHe himHe himHe
He can whip them all without even half halftrying halftrying halftrying
trying I can still fight but no Corbett Corbettfor Corbettfor I
for me He will whip Britt in two tworounds tworounds tworounds
rounds I am going back to New Zea Zealand Zealand Zenland ¬
land and in the future will earn my liv living lvinras livlug ¬
lug inras as a farmer farmerThe farmerThe farmerThe
The story slor that Abe Attell and Harry HarryForbes HarryForbes HarryForbes
Forbes fak faked d their fight in St Louis Louisrecently LouisrecenUy Loidsrecently
recently will not down and andnearfY nearly every everysporting everysporting everysportIng
sporting writer in the country oountryi is tak talcing takfng taklug ¬
lug a shot at the pair Attell hag 11 al always alwnJs ciways ¬
ways borne a clean record but not so sowith sowIth sowith
with Forbes as he has been accused accus d of offixing offixing offining
fixing a number of fights with pretty prejttygood pre prettygood ty tycod
good evidence to back it up This Thisbrings ThIshrlngs Thisbrings
brings to mind the stunt that this thl same sameForbes sameForbes sameForbes
Forbes had framed up for Salt Lake Lakelast Lakelast Lakelast
last summer but which the local fight fightfans ftghtfans fightfans
fans would not stand for and so it was wasoalled wasoa1lM wascalled
called off Forbes was matched to go goagainst goagainst I Iaplost
against a preliminary fighter Young YoungPrice YoungPrice I IPrice
Price of this city cit Rumor has it that thatForbes thatForbes thatForbes
Forbes agreed to let Price stay te terounds terounds tep teprounds
rounds to make a showing give the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local kid a reputation and an divide up the thebig thebig thebig
big gate receipts such a fight gnt would woulddraw woulddraw woulddraw
draw While this town has seen some someraw someraw sonieraw
raw ones in its days daysit it would not stand standfor standfor standfor
for a deal of this kind kindOut kindOut kindOut
Out on the coast the sports sp rts are not nottaking nottnklng nottaking
taking well to the coming fight be between be between between ¬
tween Young Corbett and Dave Stint Sullivan SuRi1Ut Stintvan ¬
van 1Ut They look upon the contest ae a alittle alltUe alittle
little easy money for Corbett C rbett and ac according according nocording ¬
cording to the dope the Frisco < o sports sportsare aportsare sportsare
are not a very long way wa off offTerry offTerry
Terry T 1r McGovern comes out in a long longarticle lon lonarticle longarticle I
article and nd tells ambitious boxers how howto bowto howto
to whip Young Youn Corbett TeIrY has had hadtwo hadtwo hadtwo
two chances to turn the trick himself himselfand him himselfand e1i
and failed each time Under these cir circumstances ctrcumstances circumutancea ¬
cumstances it will be hard to find any anyone anyone anyone
one who would be willing to pin much muchfaith muchfalUt muchfaith
faith on Terrys Te rYs + ys line of argument If Ifthe Ifthe Ifthe
the day d y ever comes when the Brooklyn Brooklynterror Brooklyterror Brooklynterror
terror whips Corbett then a person personmight penonml personmight
might ml ht think he knows what he is talk talking talklug ¬
lug about aboutIn aboutIn
In Chicago the authorities have de decided decided dccided ¬
cided to give glv no more permits for fights fightsbetween t j jbetween
between white and nd colored boxers boxet1JWhite boxersWhite j
White men will be permitted to meet meetwhite meetwhite I Iwhite
white men and negroes to meet men of oftheir oftheIr oftheir
their color but the two cannot mix mixThis mixThis mixThis
This was done on account of the recent recentfight recentfight recentfight
fight in Detroit when Joe Gaps gave a awhite awhite awhite
white man suci sue a terrible beating The Therule Therule Therule
rule looks like a good one and it will willprobably wmprobtlbly wIllprobably
probably be adopted by other cities citieswhere citieswhere citieswhere
where boxing is permitted permittedDeputies permittedDepulies permittedDeputies
Deputies Berteaux Berte and Lachaud are areat a areat I
at the head of a movement to give givestrong giveslon giveston
strong government support to sending sendingrepresentatives Qndln endlntirepresentatheS I Irepresentnthes
representatives of various French Frenchsports Frenchsports Frenchsports
sports to St Louis It is proposed to toraise12000 to1a1 toraise
1a1 raise raise12000 1e 111000 for this purpose the thegov thegovernment gov government government ¬
ernment appropriating half the amount amountThe amountThe amountThe
The sports will 111 include iDcludeathlatics athletics shoot shootIng aboolJng shootlug
lug and fencing M Berteaux says the theAmerican theAmulcan theAmerican
American universities spent s > ent 30000 in insending insenilng Insending
sending athletes to compete eomp te at the Paris Parisexposition Parisexpos1Uon Parisexposition
exposition and that itVIs a matter of ofnational ornational ofnational
national pride that t a tpropcrreciprvctItioH tpropcrreciprvctItioHbe proper properbe reciprocation reciprocationbe
be made
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ball ama heft the L t 1 > S 8 V CpreYtlll Is Ispreveil team teamproved
proved beyond 0 aU di diwpttte p te it iw tfeht dIIIttUte 1 1the tf tfthe
the state championship by defeating clef clefB tM tMB I
B Y C team by It a score of 2 21 to M Mwas Jtwas Iiwas
was tbe same mp oM thing with the B Y d dbrilliant ComiWant L Lbrilliant
brilliant flaying > Qtntr In tho th first half tbsl tbsla
a lent down and the loss of th ththe the tbetM guess Is Isthe
the last ba baThe half balfne halfThe
The first half was w about the fiiwat rmtkntUfte ex exhihttfcHt etchibitina
hihttfcHt of basket ball ever eVerIU1d rer seen eu hess hetkand hessjind
and ended with wit the score orc tl tied ed d at 11 11 I Itbe 11 11t Iithe
the t lat half t the locals took r oIt the theaDd teat teatand leadend
and held It for about riv ftw > minute TMV TMVcame na Th Thesme
came a slump and Stan Sttnton ton Smith aataC alth and anffChristy andClulety
Christy C scored field baskets in rapid Ill IllC8iI ate ateceselo w wcession >
cession cessionThe OTIM ceseloThe
The feature of tile game were the re remarkable r rrtra1e r rmarkable ¬
markable throwing from the fool foolof foulof
of Dahle who dropped nine DIneOf basket basketof basketsOpt 1
of eleven tries and the be good work workDODP waItboon ark
boon and Stanton The linens linensU lIne lInei
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Taylor L F Hen Be BeStanton lieStanton Mim MimStanton
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from free throws Dable 9 9 mIssed 2 tf tflor hJlor Tajtbr
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Bassett tt umpire Stewart StewartSTORY Stewartsa StewartSIORYUFTHE
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Damaging Evidence Against AgainstDewey AgainstDewey AgainstDewey
Dewey and His Cowboys CowboysKansas
Kansas City Mo Feb 13 lJA lJAto A apoalal apoalalto
to the Star from Norton Kaa Ken aayar aIn saysrIn aayarIn >
In the trial today of Chatmeej CllatIIIeeJDewey OhuncejDewey ChatmeejDewey
Dewey the millionaire ranchman ranewbls a4 a4his sadhis
his cowboys W 1 V J McBride Bride and d dWilson aJtlb aJtlbVUBOII OtyJtjWilson
Wilson for the murder of Bnrch BnrchBerry BureM BnrehaBerry tll4tP tll4tPerry
Berry erry damaging testimony te tbnOllYbc vat wasbrought vatbrought
brought bc ht out by the state Beech Beechtestifted Berry Berrytestified Berrjtestified
testified that on the day cia of the klMiNg klMiNgat kI kIat
at the Berry farm be ti saw XcBf XcBffrom XcBtt McStjfront f ffrotft
from behind the water tank rte rteand rIM It Itand E Eand
and shoot Buichard Berry He Hetated j jstated e estated
stated > that it was Dewey who bet had I IHoy M CRO i4Roy
Roy Berry in the jaw The TJ1eeo wi withese withesecontinued aa aacontinued
continuedRoy continued continuedHoy
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Roy started to crawl toward tOwa tOwabou towardhouse fee feehouse
house e They y fired a couple of o shote at athim athim 1 1him
him Both went through the rim el elhis e1Ids athis
his hat He dropped as if dead deadBerry deMoBerry deMBerry
Berry declared that Dewey lid his W Wmen ideRica hismen
men had commenced firing on then thenwithout tJIeMWithout theiswithout
without warning and without a ward JnKdhaving wardhaving wwdhaving
having been spoken between them themBeech eaBeech theseBeech
Beech Berry told of going with Roy Royand aoand aoyand
and Burchard on the fatal day to the thehome thehome
home of Alpheus Berry where the theshooting tJteshooting theshooting
shooting took place placeDewey placeDewey 1 1Dewey
Dewey Began Firing FiringMy FiringMy PiringMy
My father and Alpheus salt seJIwere esidwere he hewere
were near the water tank when we wearrived wearrived Wearrived
arrived talking to three men W Wrode We Werode 6 6rode
rode into the yard and tied our OUIthen horses horaeethen horsesthen
then started toward my father and Al Alpheus IpbeWl Alpheus
pheus We bad taken only a few step stepwhen stepIwhen tejis tejiswhen
when Chauncey Dewey rose from be behind ehind bebind ¬
hind a sod wall and shot Roy RQwas wile whawas wilewas
was in the lead I 1 was next arM aniBurchard arMBurchard sadBurchard
Burchard fottowed foUow As we started startedtoward startedtoward startedtoward
toward the > the he yard McBride jumped edhind be behind behind ¬
hind the tank and an shot Burchard Ber Berry Berry Berry ¬
ry while Wilson shot at t me from be behind behind behind ¬
hind the waR and missed The three threashots thftchots threeshots
shots were not over a second apart apartI
I ran behind the barn with alt three threshooting tllrcsbooUn threeshooting
shooting sbooUn at the barn I then ran into intotne Intot Intotea
tea t e house One shot struck me in the theleg Uleg theleg
leg legDid s sDid
Did any au of you draw a revolver revolverNo revolvNo revolvwrNo
No After I got to the barn I drew drewmy tlrewmy drewmy
my revolver and as a I ran toward UM UMhouse tiNhowte tieshouse
house I fired I did not fire at atIn anyone anyonem anye anyeIn =
In m particular but Just in the direction directtoof c1IreetIottat
of the three threeUpon threeUpon threeUpon
Upon crossexamination Berry Berr7nled Bonynied fe fenied
nied that he had 4 been In prison In Colo Colorado CoIiorado C1nredo ¬
rado He admitted that there had 1uM1IIIfeeling bean beanillfeeling b billfeeling
illfeeling between the BeVrys and tit titDeweys theDeweys thaDeweys
Deweys dating back to 1MI and that thatall thtail thatall
all of r the t Berrys owned own rifle and re revolvers re reolvers mevolvers ¬
volvers Court adjourned till Monday Mondaymorning KG11C1a7morni Mosedaymorning
morning morni with Beech Berry still OK til tilstand tIN tINstand thestand
stand being crossexamined crossexaminedHARTER cr088examtnedDDID crossexaminedHARTEItIn
HARTER HARTERIn In the Ninth ward this cIty
Feb 11 13 UM of old age ag EUsa E Barter Barterwife 1
Wire of the late dons R Barter age1 to
74 4 years native of England EnglandFuneral EncJandFuneral EnglandFuneral
Funeral services will be held today todaySunday edagSunday
Sunday at 390 3 p to from fro the tileeha OMwai OMwaichapel fusasiehaei
chapel of Undertaker Joseph WlKiiii WlKiiiiTaylor WifliantTaylor
Taylor 21 South West Temple T Street stroatFriends StreetFriends
Friends are invited to attend attendJOHNSON attendJOHNSONIn attendJORNSONIn
JOHNSON JOHNSONIn In the AKa AIt swowstta Weh
12 MM l John Johnson a aged ed S a Mnative JIMXB JIMXBnative
native of Norway NorwayThe NorwayThe f fTho
The funeral services llervfc > s will m lw lieda hlraiia hlraiiaday ld Mm Mmda
day da at 4 p p m from thr th family ran ly BjaJJeaca irj irjPS tlJllr I
101 08 South S Seventh Kasc str atret trtet st this thisFriends t eIt7 y yFriends
Friends are invited to attend attem Intorr Intorrin 11atert 11atertin interinOStInCltyceisetery
in InCltyceisetery InCltyceiseteryANDEItSONAt City cemetery cemeteryANDERSONAt
ANDERSONAt 931 West Fin Finstreet FilWt FilWtsbeet Sath Sathstreet
street this city elt of pneumonia pneuIDDiaMI F Fl Yek 13
l MI l Sherman N 1011 ro OM of f 3hernwa Ih aa aaMary said saidMary
Mary C117 Nielsen Anderson indrsor aged 8 8and aitS aitSand
and 13 days daysFuneral claJSFuneral daysFuneral
Funeral services will be held Monday at
2 p m from the family famfl residence IYicrfte IYicrfteare 1Ik Fri am amare
are invited to attend attendVAN atten attenVAN attendVAN
VAN DAMAt DA3t t Sandy Utah Feb t2 19 ° H Hof 4 4of t tor
of Brtehts disease d Mrs Aunt < nnlf Berg HrrffVan BergVan ii r rVan
Van Dam born in Denmark in incame iOi iOicame 1s7 1s7came
came to Sandy in 1885 1885Funeral 1 1Funeral 1585Funeral
Funeral will be held from ward m mt4 mt4Intt t thue tlug
hue house Tuesday Feb IS IG at atLa H l HOOK HOOKof noonLa
La Garage Garageof
Fine FineStcel Steel Spring SplingandToolWork SpringansllcolWorka anil Tool Work Worka L La
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