OCR Interpretation


The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, December 16, 1904, Last Edition, Image 6

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85058130/1904-12-16/ed-1/seq-6/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 6

6
J it 7 THE SALT LAKE HERALD FRIDAY r DECEMBER u 161904 16 i 1904 < L
L I Sf it Happen Happenit9 H z l HERALD IIERIILDSPOR itit > Hmrm HmrmIF
it9 Hero SPORTS TS IF Right = r
OKEEFE QUITSIN QUITS QUITSIN
IN THE TWELFTHGa TWELFTH TWELFTHGardnerGets
4 4GaidnerGets
GardnerGets Ga dneriGets Decision by the theSponge theSponge theSponge
Sponge Route RouteCHICAGO RouteCHICAGO Routef RouteCHICAGO
f
CHICAGO BOY IS DISABLED DISABLEDFIQHOL DISABLEDFIQ DISABLEDPIQBI
FIQHOL FIQ ONE OF THE BEST EVER EVERSEEN EVR EVRSE BVERSBBN
SEEN SE N IN I fl BUTTE BUTTEButte BUTTEf BUTTEBut BIJTTEButte
f
Butte But Mont tonl DPC Dr 1 Thnmy Tmmy Card Gardiii Gar Card1If
iii 11 1If + 1 01 n I Lowell Mass la defeated dQ d Jack JackOKrfo JackO1 JtwkOKfe
OKrfo O1 fr of Chicago ChicgO her her here tonight tonlll in incle Inl inlii
cle l lii ii rounds rounds in il what was to t have havebiHMi h haveIwe ve I Ibtai
biHMi Iwe a t twentyround twentround contest ontet When Vh < I Ithe
the gong gOII orl sounded sunded for the twelfth twelfh round roundOK rund roundOKfes I IOI
OK OI OKfes < tfes fes seconds sconds threw up the sponge spongeAfter spon sponAtt spongeAlter
After Att r the first round rond Gardner showed showedhis showedhis showedhis
his uperiority IUfrorty by landing lldlng vicious rights rightsand rihts rihtsald rightsand
and ald Jtfts Jfls frequently to OKeefes wind windbody windbody vindbody
body and ard face fALo In the seventh venth round roundoK roundKfffe roundOICrte
oK OICrte Kfffe > pfe was smeared smed sm ared with blood which whichiamr whichamp whichamt
amp amt from frm an tn ugly cut cut in ii his lis under lip Ip
In this thi round rund both men menrehe rushed into the themill themiU theiiihl
mill and at the te end were noticeably notceby
weak weak weakIn n ea eaIn
In tbe eighth elht round rund OKeefe OKefe who whowas whowas whowas
was handicapped hcp by his disabled left left11p
hip 11p which whlcl was thnwn thro out in the te fourth fourthround fourthround fourthronud
round round landed lade some effective etctve bQdy bQdyJluncbe bQdypunches
punches Jluncbe Bi Both mon went totheir cor corners cornprs corners ¬
ners looking loking lld lldIn tired tiredIn UrsdIn
In the tle tenth round Gardner ardner landed landedon lande
on 01 OKef OKetes OKeefes s wind with wih his left lef and andswung andwuoS andswung
swung wuoS to the jaw j with the right rightOIeefe rIghtiCeefe
OKeefe iCeefe went down for fo the nine count countbut countbut countbut
but came cme up smiling sming and in the latter latterpart later laterIlart latterjart
part of r the round made Gardner un uneasy unas Uneasy ¬
easy easyGardner easyGardner as
asGardner
Gardner had his man going in the theflrvsnth theE1VerLth
flrvsnth landlnr smashes to the jaw
a an1 ld Uoly almost at VlIl m but tut Ulveete Ulveetestood yieetestood
stood ftoo the tht punishment in a game g me manner mannerand mannerand meatierand
and did his beat be t to put out Gardner GardnerOKeefep GardnerOKecfe GardnerKeefe
OKeefep OKecfe Keefe mouth was gushingblood gUEhlngblood and andhis nn andhis 1 1hl
his hl face fac was W s much swollen swoUe Gardner Gardnerescaped GardnerECaped Gardnerescaped
escaped ECaped without witout n scratch scratchIt scratch
It I was one of the fastest faet ftwtet fights fghts ever everseen eerpen everseen
seen pen here and OKeefe deserves d sere credit creditfor credi creditfor
for his gameness gamenessIt gmenes gmenesI
It I is the general opinion that If the theChicago theChicago theChicago
Chicago boys bo s hip had had been in good goodfhape goodfhape goodshape
fhape the result would poasibly po slbh have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been different differentGETS diferent diferentGETS differentGETS
GETS AWAY AAAY FLYING FLYINGStroller FLYINGStroJler FLYINGStroller
Stroller an Outsider Upsets UpsetsForm UpsetsForm UpsetsForm
Form Sheet and Lands LandsPurse LandsPurse LandsPurse
Purse PurseSan
San Francisco Franco I Dw1t IDseclSAt > ec15 At Oakland to today today toddy ¬
day tha te six furlong Iur101 race rce resulted reuled in an anupset antlpset anupset
upset Venator Vontor was wa an a oddson favorite favoritewith favoritewith
with wih Nicrette next In demand Stroller Strollera Stroler Strolers
a s 12 to 1 chance got off flying and lead lead1tg I Itlg
lug tlg all al the way W8 won wn easily esil from Venator Venatorn
n s ho 11 got off none ttpo t loO o well wel and was poorly poorl poorlldlQ
handled ldlQ by Traverp Taverr Traver There Tce was an acci accident ael aeldpnt ¬
dent in the first firt race ra e that that resuItetTTn reulcn two
h Tses rse falling faing Wlil When a furlong from the thewire thewirf thewire
wire wirf Paddy Pdy Lynch who was in second secondposition scondlosiUon secondposition
position losiUon fell fel Sweet Sw et Kittle Kitle Bellalrs Belalr stum stumbled stumbltd stumbled ¬
bled bltd over him Anderson Aderon who rod rode her herwas herwas heraas
was stunned stunne and ad was unconscious unon ous for a atinH atime
time tinH Sonunary SnU1UIfY
First race rae Futurity FturNy course c urs selling seltg
Edrodu Klrodun won Etlgcliffe EdgcUfe second eond Meade Meadethird Mede Medethir Meadethird
third thir TlmelH TlmelHSecond TmelH TmelHSeond Tlnie114Second Jn
Second Seond race six and a a half hal furlongs furlongss furlongs furlongssingRevo1t
s 5langRevolt I ling Revolt won won Lady tad Kent second tecond secondMuller
31 1 and < nd Muller Muler third TImal21 TImal21Third TI0elZ Iimel24Third
Third race rce mile mlo and fifty fift yards yads selling selng
Idogo llogo won Langford James ame second ond San San1utlon
Iution I utlon third thir Time rIme14si rIme14siFourth lme1 L4Sifc L4SifcFourth
Fourth race mct six furlongs furlon 8 scJng selling
Stroller Sloler won on Veriator Ventor second on Nlgrette Nlgrettethird NIgete NIgetet Nigrettethird
third t irr Time Tlmel1i Tlmel1iFith Time1lFifth l15Ji l15JiFifth
Fifth Fith race rce five fe and a a half baf furlongs furlongspurse furlon furlonp furlongsprseDr
purse p prseDr lisDr Dr Leggo Lgo won Sea Se Air r second secondFrinc scondrrjn secondFrincq
Frinc Brutus third Time Tlmel1 TIme1O TIme1OSixth 110 110Sixth
Sixth race rue one mile mie selling seUnfDulty sellingDusty Dusty Mil Miller I ¬
ler 1tr won MeiaUrsInger eI8terln er second second Bed Re Dam DamEd DamEel DataEel
Eel third thr Time Tmel4o Tlme14D 145
20 TO 1 1 SHOT SHO LANDS IfATCDSAgnes LAS LASAgnes LANDSAgnes
Agnes Mack Surprises SUtrses Talent Taent and andBeats andeats andBeats
Beats eats Good God Field FieldLos FieldLo FieldLos
Los Lo Angeles Dec De 35 liFavorte ILFavorItes Favorites had a av ary ary
v ry bad bd day of it at Ascot Acot today tody Sale Salsthe Ss Salethe
the onl3 only successful suceul favorite favorte took the thefourth thefourth thefurth
fourth race rce from ror a good goo field Agnes AgnesM AgnesMk ne
M Mk k surprised surrsed everybody oerbody by winning wlnnln the theFvond theItond theFOfld
Fvond Itond race at 20 2 O to 1 from the red hot hotf1orhe hotfavorite
favorite f1orhe The Te Major Maor with wih Wager Vaaer re third thirdIT third1ula third1res1ae
IT 1ula 1res1ae esias was played paed in the third thir as if I it itw i Itwre
w wre < > r re all al over but could ould not get up in intime tntIme Intime
time to t beat bet Blue Ridge Weather Vethur tt clear cleartr cler clertrA cleartrk
tr trA trk < Tk k fast rut Summary SummB
First Firt race rce five tve furlongs selling slngHlonD sehlingBlIona sehlingBlIonawini HUona HUonawon
won Light of Day second seond Anona nona third thirdTime thirdJ thirdj
Time J j jmel01 jmel01Serod me10114 me10114Seoud 101 101Second
Second Serod race rce six al furlongs furlngs selling sellingAgnes sellingAgneslack lngAges lngAgeslack Agnes AgnesMack
Mack lack won The To Major second seond Wager Wagerthird WagerI Yagerthird
third I rd Time114 Time114Third TlmelHt TlmelHtThird TInelJ4Third
Third rac r race roil mie mile and seventy levent yards yard sell selling selllagBlue l ¬
ITJBue ing lagBlue 1h hn Blue thlrtl Rldse Rld Pfme14 e won Freeslas Freia second sond sondhn second1h
Fourth race rc six ana a a nan half lunongs lunongsSVIJR luriongsIls urlo urloI
SVIJR I Ils won 81 m Chihuahua Chhuhua second aD Konll Konllwirth Kei Kenliw
w wirth rtb third tblr Tlm rm rim12a 121 121Fifth 121llfh
Fifth llfh rce racH one mile mie and ad seventy sevety yards yardsprillng yardsillnglnvlctus
prillng FfllnInvJetus illnglnvlctus Invietus won rUn Namtor Nator second secondOovertoVi sd sdnnr secondvrtfri
OovertoVi nnr vrtfri third Time Tlmll Timeli 147 147Sixth 47 47SbcUa
Sixth race nct six furlongs rlrlon l felling lelngSir lelngSirChnMtolhpr sellingSir sellingSirhrlstoher Sir SirChristopher
Christopher won won Nation second Skirmish Skirmishthird Skirmishthird Skirmishthird
third Time Tmel1G Tmel1GTURFMAN Tlme11G Tlme11GTIJRFMAN 110 110TURFMAN
TURFMAN ONCE WEALTHY WEALTHYNOW WEALTHYNOVI WEALTHYNOW
NOW DOWN AND OUT OUTCincinnati 0 UT UTInclnnal
Cincinnati 1 Inclnnal Dec D 35 liLwrence lLawrence Lawrence Hart Harta HartI
a I Bed td CO who 10 was WI until a few weeks wek ago agoa
a wealthy welhy turfman w was today tay at his hi own ownrriucet ownrl0t ownr1uoSt
rriucet rl0t put from police pUcleaqurtol pohtceeadquartors headquarter to tothe tothe tothe
the city cty cii infirmary infrma Hart Har kown known ail 0 over overthe overthe overthe
the country CU cOuflt I t r wa W3 WHs until a Shor short time tme ago agoworth lgo lgoworth agoworth
worth something Icmtthln over oe er M O4iOO tiOO 4 but bt for forpcnnilesB fortUne or ortun
tUne SOt el aelnst aaIi1st him ad and ty today h8 I Is Ispenniless
penniless IcnniC For F 1 or year 78 Hart Hlr flea h maintained maintaineda
a string trn of horses ho which made m him himwealthy himally him himviahtty
wealthy ally and an until a s year ago agofwn mvned a afine a11no
fine stock 5tk farm tam near ner Lexington Ledltton Ky The Theend Thecad
end End of th th the last las Latonla Ltonia meeting m tng however howeveraw
Faw aw him ruined ruin With what little Jt money moneylf mony monyu moneyhc
lf u h had d left Hart bought buht ono bO iore ree with withnjp wih wihl1 v1tfllpes
l1 lpes njp 1 of retrieving fortune fortun an and l named namedlitm name namedhim
him l1m Last JA Penny Penn but th the ho horse nor died dlt in ina InrfW ina
a few rfW dnys ly8 and Hart was WI at the end cn of ofhis orhi ofhiM
his hi string stringTOD strng strngTOO strlngTOD
TOD SLOAN MAKES MAKESBIG MAKESBIG MAKESBIG
BIG WIN IN COURTS COURTSParis COURTSPark
Paris Park flee 1 15 JThe 15The The court of appeals appel has hasconfirmed hasennfirined I
confirmed lntir th the judgment jU mfmt of the lower lowercourt lowerceurt I ICnurt
court Cnurt favorable r yorb1 to Tod Sloan Slon tbe Amer Ame
1 kan an Jockey jocke and against againt the Jockey ok club clubSloan cub cubfloan
Sloan floan Rued tu the Jockey club for 40400 40400damages 4oetht14msges
damages m8 for being blnf warned waro off the turf turfin turfiI turfill
in iI connection connton with Rose De Mais winning
thE th Prix Pri DC Diane Dine at the Chantilly ChanUU races racesIn races1i
In May 11 1902 10 10HIGH l9O l9OHIGH V VHIGH rce
HIGH SCHOOL TEAM TEAMWILL TEAMWilL TEAMWILL
I
WILL BE BANQUETTED BANQUETTEDThe
The annual usl bancuct bnrud of the West Side SideHigh Sidei SideIigh I
High i b school 8o1 will wl bo held at the University Unlvorsltyclub Untverlt
club Iu tomorrow night The banquet will I
N h > given the boys bo by Professor ProCesor George Georle A AKuton A Ai i
Kuton Elon i ilon gvon of the High HIJb school Mrhool It I IR expected expectedthat cpected cpectedthat expectedlust
that a cup cptln captsln tain of of the t team tem for next et year yearwill yoarwH yearwill
will wH be b elected ftfd by the members of the theloam thetlsm thetam
loam tlsm at this thi time tme The season seon Just closed closedhas close
has ha been b n on of the tht most m0t successful the
loam ever tv r had which has 1 largely be6u be
l
duo to t the effort ffrurts of the present pr pnt captain captainF cptain cptainF
F c Richmond and the
Rkhmo ad boys expect cxpoct to
find it a difficult cuneult job to get a man to
take his hi alac 1ae c cSiRound to
SixBound SiRound Go GoGrand GoGrad GoGrand
Grand Grad Rapid Mich He h Dec 15 UMat UMatty Mat Matty ¬
ty Matthews thos of Brooklyn Jrooklyn gained a de decision decsfol dec2s1o ¬
cision csfol ov over r Foster FOt r Walker gne of Detroit DetroitIn
In a sixrnund slx round battle batt before hdf > re the Olym Olympic OIT Oiyynplc ¬
pic ic club clul ht i tuniBht tunigh
DENTON T UCY CY YOUNG YOUNGPitcher YOUNGPitcher YOUNGPitcher
Pitcher of the Boston American League Club 0
Denton T Young Youn was born March arch 29
2
1S67 186 l6 in Gilmore Gimore Tuscarawas Tuscarwa county count Ohio
He played amateur hall hal at Red Cloud
Neb Ntb filling ing different dIrerent positions positons before
going into the pitchers box His work in
that section secton while whie pitching pitching attracted the
minor league 1eJuc club managers and in 3SJK
he b received several offers finally
fnaly accept ¬
ing an engagement with the Canton club
ih
of tle the TriState rlStte league leage He took part in
thirtyseven championship games in 1800
thirty of which he Ditched Diched Before 18 the
season was ws halt over the Cleveland club
obtained his release from the Canton
club and he finished the season with
Cleveland having taken tken part in seven wih ¬
teen irames 1mc He was resigned for 1891
and during that year yer pitched fifty flf games 181
ranking rankln the most successful sucosStl of the clubs
pitchers p1cher To his fine Cne work Cleveland Clevolnd had
to attribute much of the success of the
team tem during that year In sucess 1S92 182 his ef efSPIT efSPIT efSPIT
SPIT BALL MEN I KICK KICKPitchers KICKPichers KiCKPitchers
Pitchers Pichers Who Use It I Do Not NotWant NotWant NotWant
Want Any Changes Changesin
in Rules RulesBaseball Rul RulesBaseball s sBasebal
Baseball Basebal pitchers picher particularly partcularly the
ones who use the
spit spi ball bal are said
to be opposed to the new rule provid ¬
ing that the ball bal must be put over the theplate theplate
plate between the shoulders shoulder and hips
in order to secure a strike The spit
ball usually usuaU breaks brok low and thin thi spi will
do doawa away with wih it i if finally fnaly adopted 1
Charlie Irwin thinks
Charle that the th new
rule rle will wU prove a failure if adopted a pted He Hesays Hesays Hesays
says the public publc likes lkes to see uptodate uptodatescientific uptodatesientfc
scientific sientfc ball bal and ad will wi soon tire tre of bat ¬
ting tng matinees matnees every ever day d Irwin says
the present resent rul rubs s are re plenty good goodenough
enough enoughTommy enoughTommy enoughTommy
Tommy Leahy Leah who has had enough enoughexperience enoughexperience
experience behind the plate Jlate Aateto to talk in ¬
telligently telgenty on the subject says sys that
the change will wi knook out the spit
ball bal altogether alogether Tommy says the thespit thespit thespit
spit ball bal is bound to break low and
if the pitchers pitcher have to keep the ball ballabove 01 01aboye baliabove
above the hip it will wi shelvethe new
One of Jimmy Whalens Yh ns chief stocks stocksIn stok stokIn
In trade during uring the past season was
the spit ball balo and he thinks that the themagnates themagates themagnates
magnates magates will w make a big biz mistake if ifthey Ifthey Ifthey
they handicap handiap the pitchers picher by forcing focing
them to dish up high shbots shpot to all allkinds aUkinds allkinds
kinds of batters battersSam bater battersSam
Sam Mertes lrerte the New York star Is of ofthe o othe ofthe
the opinion that the th rule r 1e has been beenaimed beenaimed beenaimed
aimed at the spit spi ball balJ Sam says sY8 the thebatting thebattng thehatting
batting battng in n the east ast this year yer has hasslumped haq haqslumped hanslumped
slumped so badly that the baseball baseballp basebal basebalpple baseballpeople
p pple people < H > ple are anxious to do something that thatAvlll thatwl thatvihl
Avlll wl vihl do away with wih the hitkiller hitkier Sam Samalso Samalso Samalso
also says sys the new rulewill rule rulewlhlfavor wI favor the theumpires theumpire theumpires
umpires umpire to a great extent a nearly neal all allarguments al allarguments
arguments 1Smenta arc over low lowballs lowballsEMPEROR balls ballsEMPEROR bvls bvlsEMPEROR
EMPEROR WILLIAM WILLIAMPROMOTES WILLIAMPROMOTES WILLIAMPROMOTES
PROMOTES YACHT RACES
Kiel Germany Gcran Dec 13 lThe The Imperial ImperialYaeht IIperial IIperialYeht InperlatYacht
Yacht club today announced announc d the condi conditions conditons condiions ¬
ions tons t for the transAtlfuitle transAtRtc yacht race for forEmperor forEmperor brEmperor
Emperor Williams Vllnms cun CUl The The start is to totake totka totake
take tka place May lIay In 1 1905 105 off Sandy Sand Hook Hooklightship HookIhhthlp
lightship Ihhthlp 1 thence thence to the Lizard lightship l htship
The race nce is open to yachts achs of all al nations nationsof natons natonsof
of not less J ss than 200 2 tons Thames measure measurement mpasurcmNat measuremeat ¬
meat The T1P Th yachts owned oWlm by members of oftlic orthe ofthe
the Imperial Yacht club which nre eligible eligibleto elgible elgibleto
to enter nt r ar era Emperor Empeor Williams Mot lfltPor lfltPorII Metor MetorIhr or orIII
III II the tht em empres empress ores Iduna Herr Ballins BallinsHamburg Baln BalnHAmUr BaumslTamburg
Hamburg HAmUr Herr Hfrr Vatjens Y jen Navahoc NRvahoc and andthe andthe andthe
the Orion Oron formerly the Meteor MeteorBerlin MeteorBrln MeteorBerlin
Berlin Brln Dee Df 1 lEmperor Emperor William Watam will willoffer wi wihioffer
offer additional addltona prizes to be competed compet < for forIn forIn forn
c
In I II n the transAtlantic traAtantc yacht acht races accord according accordIng accordng ¬
ing I ng to the number of yachts ycht competing competingOnethird compotn compotnOnthird competingOnethird
Onethird Onthird of f the starters strters will 11 receive rocclvotrophies reelvo reelvotrophie receivetrophies
trophies trophie Any yacht losing a man over overboard oycrboard overboard ¬
board will bo excluded exclude from the award of ofprises orpro ofprbes
wiI
prises pro this th s condition conditon being intended Intende to tosafeguard t tosafeguard
safeguard afogunrd the crews as s much muc JJB IS possible possibleThe possiblTbe possibleThe
The date lte selected for the start of the therace thera therace
race ra e May 15 1 1906 19 hag bean chosen so sothat sotht sothat
that tht the the yacht may may reach rch British BrltSQ watersin waters yatersn yatErs yatErsIn
in I n time tme to participate prtcipte in the DoverHeHgo DoverHolgo DoverHolgold PoverUTeilgoland
land ld race r e and later the tbt Kiel I iel regatta rl ntt at athlch atwhich
which hlch the emperor omp < Ior personally personaly will wUprcent wUprcenta present presenta
a cup to the winner winnerI wInnerWLWD winnerWHIRLWIND
I WHIRLWIND WLWD FIGHT FGHT FGHTJtonty FIGHTlitonty
Monty Jtonty Attell Attel Gets Decision Decsion Overt OvertJohnny OVCi Ovcu3ohnny
Johnny Began BeganSt
I
St Louis Mo Dec 15 15lonty 15Monty Monty At Attell Attel Attell ¬
tell tel of San Francisco Fmnclsc tonight ton ht gained gainedthe gined ginedthe gainedthe
the decision over Johnny Hogan Regn of ofNeW ofNeWYork New NewYork NewYork
York at the end nd of a whirlwind battle battlebefore batte batteb battlebefore
before b fore tho West End dub During the thefifteen theffeen thefifteen
fifteen ffeen rounds rundsthe the contest contet lasted lated each eachboy eachboy eachboy
boy scored a a knockdown and a draw drawverdict dmwverdict drawverdict
verdict would have been better beter received receivedby receiVedby recewedby
by the crowd cowd Attell Atcl earning earing a very verymeager ve vemeage verymeager
meager meage advantage advantagc by by his 111stendency tendency to torush torsh torush
rush rsh the fighting fghtng and a narrow nfrow margin marginof magin maginof
of blows landed The fight fght was WS the thefastest tP thefastest
fastest seen here here in months both boys boysboring bys boysboring
boring In and In nearly every round roundexchanging roundexchanging
exchanging excl1agng rights and lefts left to the head headuntil he headuntil
until untl both were exhausted ehausted and and clung cung to toone toone
one another aother for support support The weight weightwas weightwas
eroon ernoon was 116 16 pounds at 4 oclock ocock in the aft afteroon afternoon
SALT LAKE BIKERS BIKERSMAY BIKERSMAY BIKERSMAY
MAY RIDE RIDEAT AT BUFFALO BUFFALOIt
It I i is just ppssible i 5Ible that the Silt Sl Lake Lakecontingent LakeconUngfnt Lahecontingent
conUngfnt contingent of bicycle riders who rode in inthe Inthp inthe
the sixday stxdn3 race rac in Now York last las week weekwill weekwill eek eekwi
will wi got another chance ehan < to show their theirspeed tholrs theirspeed
speed s d before b fore coming home T M lI Samuel Samuelson Samuelson Samuelson
son of this city cIt brother brther of W W K Samuel Bainuelson Samuelson Samuelson i
son received a letter Jeter from the Provo rider rideryesterday riderye rideryesterday
yesterday ye terday stating stUm that he hE and Williams Williamswere Williamswere Vllams Vllamswere
were going to Buffalo Butalo N Y 1 where a awoeks a awoeks
woeks racing rcing was being planned plann plannedorman 1
Norman Noran orman C Hopper has also telegraphed
for his pacefollowing pacofolowlng machine tleFapIHid t to be sent sentat set setat sentat
at Once onc to Buffalo Blffalo whfrh wouid Indicate Indicatethat Indkaethat Indicatethat
that he c expected to riuc riu there th re rer
> < r
fective deliverywent delvetwent dehiver went far toward enabling enabfln
the Cleveland team to finish first Jn the
first frst season He also did good ood work
against Boston during the deciding series
for the possession of the
pennant of the th
twelve cub league He stood with the
Cleveland team tea when they the went wih to St
Louis and pitched piche with the St Louis nino
S1
until unU he joined the Boston Americans in
1931 10 While Whie pitching for Canton Americns against
McKeesport lIcKeesport on July 125 2 1891 181 he shut out
the latter atter team without a hit fanning
eighteen men On May 5 1904 he shut
the t1e Athletics Athletcs out without wihout a 19 hit hi not a
man reaching first frst base baethis banethis this being only onl
the third feat t at of the kind in the History
Of baseball He
baebnl pitched a sixteenInning
tie te same mE with wih St Louis on o 0 June une 24 1892
when only two scattering hits 182
scatering hit were made
off his delivery
for twelve
delvery twelveconsecutive consecutjw
innings Young is a giant In consecutve size apd
stands Rtnds six feet In height and weighs about
200 2 pounds poundsLUCAS poundsLUCAS poundsLUCAS
LUCAS IN PORTLAND PORTLANDPresident PORTLANDPresident PORTLANDPresident
President of P PNL N L L However HoweverDoes HoweverDoes I IDoes
Does Not Make Object Objectof
of Visit Known KnownAVIHIam KnownVifam KnownWilliam
William Vifam H Lucas paid Portland
Porland Porlandvisit a avisit avisIt
visit this week says the Portland
Portand Tel Telegram Telegam Telegram ¬
egram egam No one outside outi1e a few of the thegentlemans t thegentlemans e egentemans
gentlemans gentemans friends would have
sus suspected suspected suepected ¬
pected the te same sme for or he b came cae without witout
the blare of f that
trumpets
usually
trumpt usualy ac a ¬ I
companies a baseball basebal magnate He slid sld
in most unobtrusively unobtnsfeb did dld1fr Mr Lucas Lucasgreeted Lucasgreted
greeted greted a few intimates intmate and as quietly
a quiety
left lef for pastures green greenontra greenContrary
Contrary ontra to his custom custom President Lu Lucas Lucas Lucan ¬
cas failed faied to visit visi the newspapers He
has always been affriend of the press pressand pressand pressand
and a renewal of old acquaintances acquaintance ha ha has
kept pace with wIh his visits vlels to Portland
Portand
but this time tme he forgot the newspaper newspapermen newspper newsppermen newspapermen
men There were calls cals for him at the tht
Portland Portand where he has been stopping
but Mr Lucas was as conveniently cnvenienty out at atall atal atall
all al times timesHis tmes tmesHis timesHis
His purpose purose In coming to Portland PorUad
therefor romaine unsolVM nitlnnffh h
an interview inteview with wih the te Pacific National
leaguer night have been
leager have as unsatlsfac
unsatsfac
I tory He might have said he
tor have as heha hehaBald has hassaid hassaid
said in the past pst that he came cae here to tosee tosee tosee
see relatives but the th Impression
ratve hnpresson re remains remains remains ¬
mains that Mr Ir Lucas Luca had ha something somethicmere
mere up his sleeve than a mere call callupon cl callupon
upon upn kindred That lIe was looking lookingover
over the baseball baebal situation stuton In Portland Portand
Is without doubt true but whether he
had designs desigs on the field f ld he did not give giveany gIveanyone giveany
any anyone one a chance cance to affirm afrm or deny den denTo
To his friends who are not concerned concernedwith concernedwith concernedwith
with baseball be baU matters mater President ucas ucashad
had but little ltte to gay sy regarding r grding his fu future future ¬
ture plans plans in a business buslneg way He did didintmate
intimate intmate that It I would be the policy polcy of ofthe
the Pacific Pacfc National Natonal league league to withhold withholdaction wltbholdacton withholdaction
action acton until unt after ater the meeting meetng of the thePacific thePaifc thePacific
Pacific Paifc Coast league leage next nxt week in San SanFrancisco SanFrncisco SanFrancisco
Francisco Frncisco when he would know more moredefinitely moredeilnitely
definitely what would be done
ALL OFF INCHICAGO INCHICAGORival IN CHICAGO CHICAGORival
Rival Clubs at Last KillBoxing KillBoxingGame KilBoxing KilBoxingGame KiliBoxingGame
Game in Windy WindyCity WindyCiy WindyCity
City CityChicago Ciy CiyChicago CityChicago
Chicago Dec 15 15The The death ath blow to toboxing tobxing toboxing
boxing bxing in Chicago was wa administered today todayby todnyby todayby
by Mayor ayor Harrison Harison To each club cub that thathas thatha thathas
has ha been conducting conductng boxing contests contEsts of ofany otany ofany
any kind and to Chief of Police Po1ce ONcil ONei for forenforcoment forenforcement forenforcement
enforcement Mayor Harrison Harison has hat sent sentcopies sentcopies sentcopies
copies of an opinion by Corporation Corporaton Coun Counsel Counsel Counsel ¬
sel Tolman which will wl compel even the theChicago theChIcago theChicago
Chicago Athletic Athletc association to discontinue dl
asociaton CfnUnUe
its it exhibitions exhibiton
Tho corporation crpor on counsel was asksd wk somo
time tme ago by the mayor for an opinion of
I j the law la governing boxing in Chicago and
the answer received today toay carried the
law to an extent at which whih t even ven Mr Har Harrlson liarneon ¬
neon expressed expressd surprise Not only dnl does
tho corporation corporaton counsel coulsC1 maintain that thatprize thatprize thatprize
prize fighting fightng anywhere aywhere within wihin the state
is a felony and that witnesses an ar guilty
of a misdemeanor but ho shows that gity by
law where the elation el lon of battle batte and the theexaltation th the theexaltation
exaltation e > laton of victory ictr are the only onl induce inducements inducpment inducemeats ¬
meats ment to perform perorm before the public pUbl such
exhibitions xblbltons arC arc illegal mega where the public
Is invited Invied to attend atend by b either paying pilng publ a I
fee or entering free of price priceI price
I never realized realzed to whfat whtt lengths the
law goes against aginst boxing said sid Mayor
Harrison Harison tonight tonJ ht until unt I received re lv d Iaror the theopinion theopinion he heopinion
opinion of tho law department today toO I
havo sent sontcoplc copies of the to opinion opinionto to all tho thoclubs thoubs thoclubs
clubs < ubs which have been conducting box ¬
conductn
ing exhibitions exblbitons and have hae ordered the po po1M ¬
lice 1M to carry cr out the law lawNo lawNo lawNo
No favors will wil be shown ShOWI to any al of the theclubs theclubs theclubs
clubs no matter mater what the nature ot the theorganization theorganizton th thorganization
organization organizton may be The opinion will
be enforced enforce as a to alL alLEd a aEd all allEd wi
Ed Taro Knocked Xocked Out OutWalla OutWala OutWalla
Wala Walla Walla Wash Dec 15 15Perry Perry
Queenan knocked out Ed Taro Tar in the thetenth thetenth thetenth
tenth round tonight
INTERPBETEBS INERTRS NEEDED NEEDEDWashington NEED NEEDVashlngton NDEDEDWashington
Washington Dec 15 15A A communica communication communia communiaton communicatfon ¬
tion ton from Secretary Hay Ha recommend recommending ¬
ing the establishment estblshmcnt of a corps crps of ofstudent o ostudent ostudent
student Interpreters in Japan and Ko Korea Korcafive o oreafve ¬
rea reafve rcafive five to be provided prOlde for thefor theformer the for Cormer former ¬
mer country and three for the latter latterwas latterwas latterwas
was forwarded orwaded to the house today todayLThRAI
1
UCBEKAL LE VICTORY VICTORYHalifax VCTORY VCTORYHaifa VICTORYHalifax
Halifax Haifa N S Dec 15 1SThe The bye byeelections byelecUons byeelections
elections In Nova NOa Scotia ScaUa today for thq th thprvincia thprovincial
provincial prvincia legislature legslatur resulted result resu1t1 a in n an another another an4 ¬
other sweeping sWeeplngvicto victory for tortle the liberal
In the theseven seven counties countes where whei her elections electionswere diectionsnere l
ctons ctonswere
were held all al liberals lberals were e1e returned rturne
<
RAGIFIC RAGI FIC COAST COASTI OOA QUASILEAGUE ST STLEAGUE
I LEAGUE MEETS MEETSlacoma MEETSt MEETSTacoma
5 5a
t
Tacoma a a Was Awarded Award Awardedihe d1he the Pen PenVr PenJ Pennant
y Vr J nant t For Forl9O4 Forl9O4NOCHANGE 1904 190 190NOtCHANGEINtiHE J JCHANGE
NOtCHANGEINtiHE NOCHANGE CHANGE IN INfHECICtIT INfHECICtITC INfHECICtITDOUBLESEASON fiHE VGIRC GIRCUIT GIRCUITJbU IT ITibUBBESEASON
C
ibUBBESEASON JbU DOUBLESEASON Ei AS ADOPTED pr FOB FOBNEXT F PO PONEXT R RNT
NEXT NT YEAR YEARSn YER I In
4 44it
Sn 4it n Franoiscp Fr q BcP Dec De 35 1 l5Thpannua The hc annual annualmeeting annualmiefng I Ini
meeting miefng ni eUtmg of othe othe the ilrectors of the Pacific PacificCoaffc PacinC9a PacilitC9ai
Coaffc C9a t Baseball 1al laI League leaguewas was held to torifeht ton1ht
rifeht r1Sh with with 1l the th following fq owi g representa representatives repre repreaitttfeg t ttfes ¬
tives tivesLog tfes > L Lru
Log ru Angeles J J H Morley Morle Oakland
J C Ewing Pcrtjand Judge udg W V W V
McCraedle llcCreedle Walter Waler H McCreedle ltcCreedle Ben I
C Ely EI San Francisco Franclsco Henry Hprris
Seattle Seatte F S Stfnison j t P Ainew Agme Agmeaqd r
and ald Russell Russel Hall Hal Tacoma Tacma D IV V Aspw Aspwald Kv lti ltian J Jas
ans an and M A Fisher There Th
1 T re were also al o opresent I
present President Bert Treasurer Treasu er Good Goodman Goodma Goodmati
man ma and Secretary Secretar Anderson A C
Joy of Fresno representing represErUng the burl business bue burlness ¬
ness nes men of Fresno and San Jose ose nsk asked I
that the two cities cJI be admitted admited as as one one m
town with wih a division of games In case
the tle league was extended extnded to eight clubs
C H Williams WUiams president of the Spo Spo Sp ¬
kane club also urged ured the admission admissionof I Iof
of Spokane Spokne The directors l1rector however de decided decided decided ¬
cided not to make make any any change In the thecircuit tt thtcircuit
circuit circuitThe circuitTheforer circuitThe
The Theforer former officers ofcer wore W re selected lected with wit I
the exception excepton of the vice ice president
Judge McCreedle lcCredie being chosen lorthat lorthatoffice tar tha hal haloffice
office officeThe officeThe
omcThe
The new directors are Judge JudgelUcCree McCree
die for Portland Portand J P Agnew for Set Seat SeatStie ¬
tie te and D W Evans for Tacoma TacomaThe TacomTh TacomaThe
The Th pennant for 1904 was awarded to tc
Tacoma
It was decided to raise rai e the general generaladmlstlon generaladmistlion
admission admlstlon price to frames Pames to 35 cents
There will be two ladles days In each eachweek Cch Cchweek eachweek
week The playing pla lng rules rles will wf conform conformto
to those adopted by the national natonal com commission commission cornmission ¬
mission All Al protests will in iI hereafter be bedecide
j decided decide by the president within wihin fifteen fifteenI ffeen
I I days The double
season was adopted adoptedj aopted aoptedfor adoptedfor
j for next year ear The president pre dent was wasgranted wasgranted
I granted full fuI power In th selection and andi anddismissal anddismissal
i i dismissal of umpires umpIre Applications Applcatons for forappointment foratpplntment forappointment
appointment atpplntment as umpires were were received receivedfrom receivedfrm receivelfrom
from frm Jack Sheridan Frank Pears Gus GusKlopf GusKlopf GusKlopf
j Klopf J Ira Davis Fred PerIne James JamesMcDonald JamesJcDouald ames ameslcDoUald
McDonald Artie Arie Latham Ltham and Jack JackHaakel
Haskell HaskellThe Haakel Haskell7he
The jhe time tme limit lmi on the number nurber of play players pla plar ¬
ers r each club max ma hiwa hit hiilwan wlw t extended extendedto exteded extededto
to June 1 After that date
Afer no club shall shallhave shal shallhave
have more than tl n fourteen fourtee players playersThe playersThe playersThe
The directors dlretot will probably bein bein ses session session seasion ¬
sion the rest of the week weekDANE wek wekDANE weekDANE
DANE DOWN TO WEIGHT WEIGHTBattling WEIGHTBatlng WEIGHTBattling
Battling Batlng One OneWili Will Wil be in Shape ShapeFor ShapeFor ShapeFor
For Britt Brit Next ext Tuesday TuesdayNight TuesdayNight TuesdayNight
Night NightSan
San Francisco Iranclsco Dec D c logrrBattling Battng Nelson Nelsonis
is working workln hard at Larkspur La kpur for forhisfight forhisfightWith his Is fight fightwith t I
with Jimmy Britt Brit ritt next n xteeK MeeK He spends spendsa
a great great part of his time tme slamming slammln Eddie
Santry Santr around and likes lke the work workaC
Bat aC is within wihin a a step stepot ste of 133 136 132S 6 oclock
but butwU will work hard because beeause he expects to
be called upon to travel ttat the 11 paoe P e of othls his
life 1 to beat the unbeatenBrltt unbeatn
Brtt
Im Im not much on the talK said fald Nel Nelson Ne1sou NelSOIl ¬
son but I think I am avoiding avoidinganything anything
like braggadocio brggadorlo even if I do say that IJ 1
have shown the people that I can fight
fight
Fighting Flgbtng Is l my game gaenot gamenot not talking Only I
five people in ten thought I had a chance
with wih Corbett Corbet and the the In ten ten wno wnomade wnomade wnomade
made beta on me thought I
bfts had just a achance a achange
chance and a chance only onJ I feel as sure sureof sureof sureof
of beating beatng Britt as a I fejt of beating beatnl the
Denver boy bo and a couple cou le of dollars dolar of ofmy ofmy ofamy
my good hard coin will wicome come out of the thesafe thesate thesafe
safe deposit deposi on fight day a ay to be placed placedonmyself placedon
onmyself on mys myself lt at at the th prevailing Ptaing odds odd he1laced he1lacedon I hope
I against am again againpted me posted With it the odds o < ds 2 to 1 1against 1against 1against
5 5Paid
Paid Sunday School Teachers TeachersBrooklyn TeachersBrooklyn TeachersBrooklyn
Brooklyn Eagle EagleIts Egle EgleIs EagleIts
Its Is my m opinion that it will wi he JO only onl a ashort ashort ashort
short time tme before teachers teacber in the th Sunday Sundayschools Sundy5chools Sundpyschools
schools will v1 be receiving salaries salaies just the thesame thesame thesame
same as a the preachers do now said saldchurchman a achurchman achurchman
churchman last night night The he trend lena of the thetimes thetimes thetimes
times Is I In that direction directon I llae 1have have attended attendeda atended atendeda
a number of Sunday school teachers con convcnto conventione ¬
ventions vcnto I during the tht past three years year and andalways andalwas andalways
always the question queston about the payment paymentof
of teachers teacJer Is brought up either tlther through
the question Questo box or other means by b one oneor oneor oneor
or more of the delegates At the Kings Kingscounty
county convention conventon held In the Tompkins
Avenue Congregational Congr gatonal church the other othernight othernight
night somebody Romebod put the question Queston in writ
Ing and asked why wh well wel qualified qualtledt Uachers Uachersshould ttachersshould achersshould
should not 10t receive a salary salar ns well wel as aspreachers aspreachep
preachers and added adde that thtP3StOr pastors of ofchurches orchurches atchurches
preacheJs
churches had ha been known to go from one onechurch onechurch onechurch
church to another where the salary was
larger and tome had ha even been known to toexperience toexperience toexperience
experience a change chage of tatn faltn when hn an in increase Increae Increase ¬
crease creae In salary salar was wa involved Of course coursethe o rse rsethe
the question queston meets with wih strong opposition oppositionnow o1poslton o1posltonnow oppositionnow
now but wait a few years and see S They
have schools now where they graduate
gaduate
Sunday school teachers after a r many manymonthij manrmonth manymonthm
monthij month of ot study ftudy and preparatipn pr par tpn Dont Dontyou DontyoU Dontyou
you auposfr SUPOSI this work ork of preparation prepnrtlon costs costssomething costssomething
something And dont you think this lhlrw1 will
be used ustd as an argument for the payment paymentof paymentof
of salaries First we paid t I he beprcacl1crs beprcacl1crsthen preachers preachersthen preachersthen
then the singers in our churches churche The paid L
Sunday school shool teacher will wi come com next nextand nextad
and ad then ten I suppose UPPOS children cbidren will wJ be be paid paidto paidto paidto I
to attend atend Sunday Sunda school schoolPointed schoolPointed schooLPointed
Pointed Paragraphs ParagraphsPoor
Poor men and poor umbrelas umbrellas generally
get left leftThe leftThe I ITh SnQraly
The Th promoter is a a a sort of drum major of 01
industry tndu8l
Some Somemon men mistakes a a demijohn demiohn for the i
fountain of youth youthEloquence ml9tkC
Eloquence is but ordinary ordinar rab with its i
holiday hOlday clothe cJothe on onNo onNo onNo wlh
No artist artst can paint a selfmade man as I
big as ho thinks thlnls he Is IsThe IsTe IsThe
The Te less lcs money a man has the t1C fowcf
friends he has haf to bother him
Theres Teres a greater demand for the shov shovolers shovelers slmoveiers
olers than there Is for poets oct octA
A woman voman might as well we1 set a hen on onchina onchina ot otchina I
china eggs as to brood over tho past
In this tls elorlous elorlou land of the free th thpolitician the thepoltilan thpolitician
politician poltilan seems to be be a necessary neessar evil 01
Plenty of faith faih should be 0 mixed with the theother theothor ttl ttlother
other ingredients Insredltnts in a 3 doctors prcscrlp ¬
tion tionUnless ton
tontnless Unless tnless you OU are willlnc wilnl to confess confes your youiignorance our r
Ignorance you can never acquire knowl knowledge knowledge knowledge ¬
edge edgeA
A man Always tells tels his wife wie that tlnt gqpd gQ d I
husbands are aremade made by letting lettnS them have havetheir haye hayetheir llayltheir
their own way wa waSomo
Somo political oUU1 candidates candidates lose los < out be because beCRuse because ¬
cause they the are unknown n r1 < some Bore be becaune bl hecause
cause Ca16 theyarc they arc too weir wel known knownBeware knownBeware knnBeware I
Beware of the married man who advises advisesa
a bachelor to get let marrieo marlea He nray oe oetryJng nelyJng is istrying
trying lyJng to get even evenWhat unty I IYhat
What do you suppose the thCLrd Lord thinksor thinks thinksof C
of the loafers who Who sit si around on o store storeboxes storeboxes storboxes a
boxes and crltlse crlise the weather weatherParadoxical weatherPaadoxical weatherParadoxicai
Paradoxical Paadoxical though it I may seenra eem a wed wedding wedding ¬
ding ceremony isnt considered a success successunless 8u succezjunless CeSs CeSsunless 5
unless there is a hitch hlt h In its somewhere
I
Snide Lights TAghtson on History Hstor BistoryChicago j jChlcaso
Chicago ChJca o Journal
Henry of Navarres Navaes snowy plume waved wavei I i
In tho firing line lne at Ovry and andhig his gallant t
knights were keeping an eye 6 on it as he hi S I
had instructed Ins1cte them themBut tbemBut
But there were several knockers In the fbi S
bunch bunchHuh buncitHuh
Huh they tbesneered sneered his nibs Is show
Ing the white whie feather featherThis featherhls featherThis
holes This hls gave gve theman excuse ecuse to hunt hunt their theirHerodotus their thel C
I IHerodotus IS
Herodotus the Father Fater of Lies was was wa S
traveling trnelng in the Nubian desert t alien hen he hestumbled hestumbled h a astumbled
stumbled over the remains remans of apetrifled I Iman
man aperfed aperfedman
manA1as
A1as A1ammjihehlstorlan 1 the > historian hls ran exclaimed that tbatO tha t
Ijpordevilicertalnmhad hoot O deft defImSmertlintd Yh > had a hard finish f fna
> AW Andvofllyjmhuckiing na aof ohJhuckHn Ur ert1lnt ihuckllnRr ahrdflnlsh to t himself he hethence hi S Sthenec
thence marched Ched ten tenparasangs en purasangs araugs to supper supp r j JI II
I
FORMALORDERe FORMALORDEReIN FORMAL ORDERINSWAYNE ORDER ORDERINS
INSWAYNE IN INS WAYNE < C CNo CASt CAStI
I
1 f fNo
No Time Set Set by 1he thelSenate theeSen Senate te For ForHearing ForHearin
Hearing Hearin the the Evidence EvidencePHILIPPINE EvidencePHILIPPINE EvidencePHiLIPPINE
+
PHILIPPINE BILL DISCUSSED DISCUSSEDSHOUT DISCUSSEDSHOT DISCUSSEDSHOItT
SHOUT SPEECHMADE SPEECHME SPEECH MADE BY Y SEN SENATOR SENATOR SENATOR ¬
ATOR KEARNS KEABNSrWaljgtoj KANS KANSVa
< < T
rWaljgtoj Va Dec i5 5The > The senate senateperi senatepeni fmatC fmatCppe
ppe peri peni t practically pritcaJ 1pgtw pecI tneehtlre the h uUre day ydls ydlsUfsing din dlson dinctlsihg
on Ufsing sing the tQ Philippine Phlpplne administrative
bill b1 A number of amendments were weresuggested weresuggested weresuggested
suggested and debated debat d among them
Lelng provisions relating relatng to railroad rairoa rairoa1nds
tends 1nds mining locations locaton and tariff tarlf rates rat
Under lnder unanimous agreement ageement the vote voteon voteon voteon
on the bill bi will f be taken tomorrow anthe an
the disposal of all nI amendments will willoccur wf
occur at attJie the t e same timeA tm tmA time
A A fornjal for forntCi lord ord order r r to enter on the th thanc
Swayne anc Impeachment proceedings was wasadopted wo wasadopted
adopted but It i did not fix fx a day da for tor foratgmnnlngthe
U ginnlngthe ginning the work workWhen workhen workWhen
When hen the t1 senate met mettocay nlettOday today Mr Plait
Conn chairman of the select com committee committee ¬
mittee to conslder consld 1 the recommendation recommendaton recommendatonf recommendationit
of f the house of representatives repreentatves for the i
impeachment of Judge Swayne pre presnted
stated the report re ort of that committee
The he report repoytwas was wa In tbe shape of an or ordpr ortier ¬ I
tier whlch5 whlc1 which after reciting eiU g the circum circumstances crcum circumstances ¬
I stances in a preamble proceeded aa a alows asfoiiois
follows followsOrdered foiioisOrdered lows lowsOrdered
Ordered that the senate will wi ac according acccrding acccrding
ccrding tQ Its standing rules and ad or orders orders ¬
ders In such s ch cases provided take pro pror proTEr prorer
r TEr r action acton thereon upon the present presentattention presentt presentattention
attention t t nton of the articles artcles of Impeach Impeachment impeachment Impeachment ¬
ment ment of o which due notice notce shall shaI be begiven belen begiven
given len to the house of representatives representativesThe repre ntatves ntatvesThe
The resolution resoluton was wa agreed to toThe toThe toThe
The urgent defCency deficiency appropriation appropraton
till l il was wa passed without wihout debate debatePhilippine debatePhilipplne
Philippine Phiippine Bill il Taken Up UpThe UpThe UpThe j
The Philippine PBpplnedminintraUon administration bill billwas bi billwas
was taken up and Mr Stewart Stewar spoke t
h support of the railroad rairoad bond provi provision provi510mm ¬ 1
sion ion saying that no other ent
agent a was wasecual wasecual
ecual Ual to railroads riroads as clvillzers cIvizer of C sav savnges savg sayages
ages ngesMr agesMr g s sMr I
Mr McCumber I imber opposed the bond pro provision proYlslon provision ¬
vision and o offered an am amendment ndment strlk
injr it out outiIr out1r
Mr iIr 1r Heyburn He bur addressed addresed himself to
the he existing existng law affecting afeatng mining loca
tons in the Philippines Phippines and offered ofered an anamendment anamendment anamendment
amendment providing In effect etect for the therturn I Ireturn I In
return n Urn to the American method of lo Joc location location ¬
cation c tonlnstead Instead of the Spanish method methodadopted methodnCoptedI methodadopteclIq
adopted nCoptedI adopteclIq the present law lawMr I
Mr llr JfcComas ltcComas ircComas opposed a change of ofconditions oCcondions ofConditions
conditions condions existing In the Philippine Phipplne Phipplnea Philippineat i iavchlpelago
avchlpelago avchlpelagoMr a at hlpelago hlpelagoMr
Mr Kearns also opposed a change changesaying changefyingA9 changesaying
saying fyingA9 As an al American American prospctor prospctorjnd prosp prommpctormnd ctor ctornd
jnd nd In behalf of prospectors prspectors 1 take
issue Isue with the senator from Idaho He Herot le lerot Herot
rot only wanted the system Sstem of limiting lmitng
ownership cwnership by the surface surac area retained
in the Philippines Phippines but would have it
transplanted to the United States so
thai ti1a miners and prospectors would wouldnow
ino in0n > now from the beginning eglnnmg what their theirProperty theirroperi theiroperty
Property roperi operty rights are He had engaged
In many mining mning suits suis and expressed
the th opinion that mining litigation ltgaton is isa isa isa
a mere matter mater of financial fnancIal endurance
In most mostcases mostcasesMr cases casesMr caes caesr
Mr r Heyburn He burn declared that the sur ¬
face system had been adopted to suit
theplans tbe plans of those who want Valt to locate locatevast locatevast locatevast
vast areas and ad shut out the prospect prospectois prospectala
ala 01 s
Newlarids N wlaIds Amendment AmendmentWlthoir AmendmentTfIttaJdng Ame dmextt dmexttTIt1Ofltakng
Wlthoir TfIttaJdng TIt1Ofltakng taking action acton on Mr Hey He
turns Jurns amendment the senate passed
tiic6nsld tc nsldirUoJ nsIdration ratlon ofkn ot amendment sug ¬
gested byMr b Mr < NgwIands in sg
gcsted l wlandln the Shape Shapeof shapeof
of jn a substitute substtute for the te railroad 1dlr ad bond bondprovision bod1810n bqndpovlsion
provision 1810n of the bill bf The substitute substitutereduces substtute substtuterEdu substitutereduces
reduces rEdu es the rate Of Interest on the
bonds to 2 ½ per cent cnt and provides that
they th shallbe shalbe shall be guaranteed by b the gov goveinmertt1 govel govcmnment
einmertt1 einmertt1of el nmert of the United States State The Thermendment Thermendment Thermendrnent
rmendment rmendment also provided a method methodoC of
taxing the proceeds preeds of the railroad rairad In
the tb Islands Mr Ir Newlands contended I
that t tal a Its adoption adopton would ouJ materially 1aterlal as assist asslat
sist In thetnanclng the financing of the roads rads
Mr 11 McComas criticised critcise the amend amendment arend amendmeat ¬
i
meat as a form of
for paternalism He Hepiesented Hepl Hepmesented
piesented pl sented a substitute asubttute for section ecton 5 em empowerhg empowering ¬
powering the the Philippine PhUpplne commission to toamend toamend toamend
amend the tariff tit laws Iaws of the islands
f
Mr Lodge Ldge indicated a willingness wiingness
to accept the amendment In n behalf or
the Philippine PhilpplQ committee commitee but Mr Ir Platt
Plat
cf Connecticut Connect ut criticised it as author
it f > to the Philippine PhipPine government to tomodiy
modify modiy the tariff tarif for a part of the
United lnlted States StatesMessrs Statesesrs
Messrs esrs Lodge and McComas replied
that the amendment requires the repled ap ap1Iroal ¬
proval of th tho American Amerian congress to the theptcposed j
proposed ptcposed modifcaton modification but Mr r Platt Plattr
renewed r rewed his opposition oppositon and a d said saidif if f con congress congress ¬
gress could delegate Its Is power to the
Philippine Phippine commission comrniaslo it could delegate delegateit
deegate deegatei
it i to the judges of Alaska AlaskaSubstitute AlaskaSubsttute AlaskaSubstitute
1 Substitute Substtute Offered OfferedMr Ofered OferedMr
Mr Culberson offered oIer d as a substitute
j substtute
for the bond provision proiion of the thc bill an
amendment granting ganting 8000 hectares hectare
IOOdO < acres of the
OOQO Philippines Phippines public pUblc
tends for every mile of railroad con ¬
rairoad
structed in the islands islandsMr IslindsMr
Mr Bailey Baiey proposed an amendment amendmentjrvlng amendmentJ amendmentgving
jrvlng J Ing the Philippine Phippinegoverlent government au ¬
thority thorIt to regulate r glate the charges of the thetoads theHiads theicads
toads to which it is proposed to extend extendrid
rid id
ridMr
Mr r Spooner suggested sUg sted an amendment
f f4r fir < tr the provision authorizing Philippine Philippinetfunlcipalities Phippine PhippinenunlcipalUes
tfunlcipalities nunlcipalUes to contract indebtedness indebtednesso
o promote local improvements point ¬
ing out the possibility possibity of an abuse of
that privilege privilegeAt pri J ge geAt
At 325 3 5 p m the senate went into intoexecutive Intoe intoexecutive
juurned executive e ecutve session and at 4 p m ad a
He Had ad His 1 Preference PreferenceSeattle Preference PreferenceSentic PreferenceSeaUIc
Seattle Sentic PostInteIHgcncer PostInteIHgcncerThere PostInl lg0ncer lg0ncerThere
There Is a small smal town In Kansas that
boasts boast a a female preacher said a tourist touristand touristand touristand
and the tbf ladys duties dutes are many man One day
she may visit I ft the sick anothpj anothpr attend a
funeral and the next nex baptize baptze a a baby One Oneafternoon Oneafernoon Oneafternoon
afternoon afernoon fehe sh he was preparing the sermon
for the tht following fQlowlng followingSunday Sunday preparing when she heard hearda
a timid tmid knock knoc at It tho door Answering the thesummons thesummons thesummons
summons phe he founda bashful btbrl young Ger German German German ¬
man standingonthc standlngCn stnndingon the step stp and swirling slrlng his
hat in his hands handsGood hanlsGod handsGood
Good God afternoon the hc lady ld remarked
What hat do you ou want wantDcy wantDey ant antspr
Dcy say de minister lifed in is house house1e
hey heyYes 1e
Yes sir sirYes sir s1rYes
I Yes es Veil Vel I vant me to kit merriet merrietAll merrllt merrlltAl merrietAll
All Al right I can marry marr you rhc rhc said
The ladys hair Is beginning to silver silverand sltr sltrand silverand
and the thf German G Ge ian nan glanced glanledat at It Then Thtn he herammed h hrammed herammed
rammed his hat on his head and nd hurried burrltd
down dO the patch patchYhats patchShat atch atchWhat
him What Yhats the matter mat r she he cried cred after altr
You ou gits Jlt no chance mit ml me he called calledback rled rledback calledback
back I dont want ant you OU I haf got ol me a agirl agirl
girl already alrcad
l
Forty Fort Tears Y ar Age AgePhiladelphia AgePbladelphla AgePhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pbladelphla Press PressYes PressYes r rYes
Yes Mr tr Bull said sid Miss Passay Passa who whoprided whoprided whoprided
prided herself hersel on n her youthful appearance appearancemy u earnc earncm
my m lather fCther went ent Into the civil clvUar war as a a aprivate 1 apilvate
private pIvnte and an came came home at Its close with witha wih wiha
a captains ptalns sword swordAhl swordoAhl swordiAh1
Ahl replied repled MrT M Mr Bull ul how uilighted uilightedyou dcIlghteou
you ou must have been to see nini again againTwo againTwo againTwo
Two of a a Kind KindNew KindNew KindNew
New York Y6rkVorld World WorldRepresentative WorldRepresentative
Representative Dixpn of Montana Montna Is tell tellnig tellnig
nig of the experience of a n yours eastern eatern tel
woman with wih one of his hi constituents She
left lef the t th train at a a a way WR station staton constuent in eastern
Montana Montana one < afternoon afernoon and an asked ked the
only onl man In siht sl ht how ho she be could get to
her destination desUnaton farout far out in the country
Youll You I have to toJalt wait for or ftho the he stare sta e in
the mornlnsr mornin ornin said the man You cant
get any a rlz rl = here hereBUfwhere hereBtt1tere hereBtmtwhere
BUfwhere Btt1tere am I t stop inquired tho
young lady lado Theresjnothlns1 Thr nthln here but
the station s and nd I cant c t sleep on the
floor toor a10nt f 1 fff9 1 l
GUegsiyounr GUeSs You l haYefcto 36d bunk lunk with wih the thestation thestaton thestation
station staton 5get agent1 agent agentSir1 f f J
Slr Sirt ic ie jcclalmedv ccaIrnsm1 alm 7 I am n m a lady
Soslthe stationagent s station atlol agcztt gent tI saidtbe saId d the man manG manTa
G
Ta
JtHIXT1J THE SIXTH SHOT SHOTyou SI1OTUM
k i
7 7N
UM you ou einoloy the th word Qrd in Eng Engthat Engthat
N
I1 that Is I In the senseinwhich senseinwhichO sense inW in which
0 said ald the major I dont dontshoot dontshootland shoot shootthe shootland
1 I land I have npver er been able tu reg regard regardthe rd rdthe
the shooting shQ tng oY of grouse pheasants pheasnt and andj andLame
I
j Lame of that sort as a sport at all The Thei Themere
i i mere icj u fYciii3t exercise exercise ui ot o 3M1I ski skill is is not nui UIIUUHH enough iui iuime for forme forme
me I must ha hae e danger In the ab absence abI absence ¬
sence of that I fail tai to see seeanytbing anything in interesting intuestng intatesting ¬
I teresting tuestng In any an of the socalled socaled field fieldsports fel felports field51orts
sports Danger Danle pursued the major majorrith majornith
maor maortJith
rith enthusiasm ITo To be in imminent imminentperil imminentppr Imminentperil
peril ppr of f ones on s life lJe hIt Ah Ah that Is the true truethe
the hc only genuine happiness happinesshe
The he pursuit pursui of danger of all al kinds
has been a passion with th me Call Cal it a aweakness aw aweakness
weakness w akness If you will wUI willI I admit admi that on onoccasion onoccasion onoccasion
occasion It I has led to awkward situa situation situ situatLops a ¬
tion tlo tLops pjl 1 activeservice aetlv seTlce for instance instancewhan nstace
whan ie kiep Ihavevbeen 11ave Iave oi beeh J n intrusted 1nUusled with Wih tha thatarrying
Carrying but Outof of f prima plnS which h chwe were e based basedn
n 1 a presumption preumpton of normal caution cauton inc 1 1the
the officer ofcer chiefly chlety responsible It I was wasthis wasthis wasthis
this that led to my retirement rtrement r for I Iconcluded 1 IcIpelucled
concluded at last that chessboard war wur warwas
was w s not the business busin ss for me meWhat
What was the narrowest shave you youover youaler ou ouoer
I over had major inquired somebody somebodI
I It I is hard replied tepJed the major with withi w wtban th thHI
i HI an tii mi air uj of considering un iusruiK the me question question care cara ¬
fully fuJ to say sa But he added after a
light Jght pause pau e 1 can easily easH jiame the theccaslon thecaslon therccasion
ccaslon tin n which I remained remaln Jame in a po position parltion ¬
p
sition Iton of extreme peril for the longest longesttime longesttime
time If I you ou lfk ifkq I will m tell you ou about aboutThere
f
There were murmurs of appreciation appreciaton appreciatonnd appreciationand
and nd Mr Harkins cordially cordial urged the theJrajor therajor
rajor to whirl It and toot his horn hornIt hornI hornIt
It I was said sald the old gentleman gentlemanafter gen gentlemanafter leman I
after a preparatory prtparator clearing of his
throat during what I may call cal a semi semlcflicial semiofcial semiofficial
official ofcial tour of the Malay states that I I
tcok about fourteen fourten years ear ago In the theot theI
intervals of my m ousiness at the various variouscourts variouscourts varioutcourts I
courts I had A good deal of shooting shootng of ofthe orthe ofthe
the kind that I consider worth while hfe
for several severl times tmes I stayed in towns townswhere townswhere
where it i was quite a common thing for
tigers tgers to break Into IntI the houses at night nightand nightand
and I remember once at Johore wak ¬
ing up to find fnd a black panther licking lckJng lickingaviay
away at my shaving shaving cream cream on the
dressing table I killed kled him with wih my mymecolver y
itvolverwithout Jtoler mecolver wihout without getting gettng out utobed utobed1ut of bed
but 1ut It was s i good quarter q arter of anhour an hour
before b fore I could get get to sleep again agin These Thesej
tl ings upset one oneBut oneBut oneBut
But I was going to tell you Jouthe youtime the ad adventure adenture adenture ¬
enture I sneak of occurred In a part partof pa1t parttf
of f the te country about four days ride
Inland from Malacca alacca I have seen a akood aood aiood
kood ood deal of jungle it and a irood many
I untng grounds gounds but I never ne met wltn wltnany vItflany
any forest growth so dense and im impenetrable impnetrable impenetrable ¬
penetrable as that was nor 101 found any anyllace an anIJace anyilace
llace IJace stocked with such an extraordi extraordinary extraordilary extraordinary ¬
nary profusion cf c game big and little ltie
What I was going to tell tel you hap ¬
pened fned one evening when I had hadmost most
foolishly r foolishlystrayed JshJstraed strayed off of alone from my myamp m mamp mycamp
amp along the side of the stream on onthe onthe onthe
the banks of which it i was pitched piched The Theonly TheCiI Theoply
only CiI weapon I haci ha was wa my y revolver in inmy inmy inmy
my belt bel I went a considerable dis ¬ I
tance and in about half an hour I came cameto cameto cameto I
to a spot where the jungue ran down
to within fifty ff yards ards of the water It Itvas It
vas as while whle my back was turned to the theoense te teense theease
oense ease mass of trees and vegetation
vegetaton
that stretched interminably interminabl away east eastward eastard eastard ¬
ward ard that I heard the muffled muf d grunt gruntsound gruntsound gruntsound
sound in the jungle j nglf As I turned round
there there was a crash of trampled vegeta vegetaIon ¬
Hon Ion and In the moonlight moonlght I saw the
head l ad ofthe most monstrous elephant I Iever Ier IC
ever C er met with peering out with wih wicked wickedeyes wickedtyes wickedeyes
eyes tyes from a thicket of o canes canesI
I 5m m obliged oQlged to admit admi that I gave gavestart gaveslart gavema
ma start The beast looked dangerous
J II I < was regarding me fixedly fxedly and fierce ferce ¬
ly and snorting snortng in a subdued but de decdedly decdedl decdediy
cdedly cdedl unpleasant wave T started I Isty IS Isty
sty S but I assure asure you ou I absolutely
i if iaped aped ped backward when with wih a sudden
lurch the elephant stepped out of the thecovert thecuver thecovert
covert cuver and advanced toward me trum trumpeting trumreUng tramretIng ¬
peting reUng with fury furyWhy furyWhy furyyhy
Why did I jump back I will tell tel tellIOU
wi
IOU ou The elephant hadtwo bad two heads head headsVhat
Vhat exclaimed several voices
Two heads head said the major mA jor slowly slowlyand slow slowand slowlyand
and emphatically Two pairs of shoul shoU ¬
ders and two sets Stts of forefeet Just be
ind his shoulders the body bod became becamenormal becamenormal becamenormal
normal and the hindquarters hindquarter were slm slmvly simsly
sly Iy those thos of a huge elephant eephant some fif fifteen ff llfteen ¬ 1
teen feet high You hear of such things thingsI thingsevery I
every cr day da among smaller smaler animals arimls and ande andeen andeVen
e eVen en in our own species it occurs from fromtune fromtune fromtime
tune to time tme But Ive Ive never known knownanother kown kownmother knownanother
another case of this freak of nature be bE beng
ng accompanied by b complete and nd even evenybnormal evenabnormal
abnormal development of all 31 parts of ofthe orthe ofthe
the composite animal animalHowever animal animalHowever
However I Ihadnt i hadnt time tme to think of
that tJat then Lifting Liftng its Is trunks with wih two
deafening deafenin bellows the awful creature
charged h rged me I scarcely had time to toraw
j draw draw d raw my revolver before it was upon uponmt uponoe
me mt r oe I fired fred rather wildly wid Im Im afraid afraidmd afrid afridu1d
md m d evidently did
evident no damage The next nextinstant nextnstnt nextnatant
instant nstnt I was seized bv one of the thetrunks thelrnlts therunks
trunks lrnlts t and whirled high in the air
I expected to be dashed to pieces
that t instant But no I had not al alowed ¬
lowed i for the development of selfre selfrestraint seltrestaalnt ¬
straint s and curiosity in intwo two brains both bothnaturally bothnatumly bothaturally
naturally natumly n of the first frst order of animal animalntelligence
intelligence intelg i nce and both sharpened by b con constant constant contant ¬
stant association associaton with wih one another I Ivas Iwas
i was vas not hurled to the ground I was waseld
held h ht eld aloft alof by one trunk trnk while whie the other otherI otherok otherok
I took t ok the revolver from my hands han and androught
brought b It i up to the corresponding coresponding < pair pairof pairof
of o f eyes for examination examinaton Then I was wasset wasset wasct
set a ct quietly Qulet down and a huge foot was wasplaced
placed p laced uponme quite gently gent while whie the therevolver therevolver theevolver
revolver r was waspa passed 8ed from trunk to totrunk totrunk torunk
trunk t and closely cosel scrutinized scrutnized both the
heads keeping up meanwhile meanhie a series seriesof seriesof
of significant sigifcant grunts grunt which I have seres seresof no
doubt at all al personally personal were wee of ofte ofthe the na nature nature n nurC ¬
ture t urC of language langage The one trunk trnkthe trnkthelef trunkthe trunktheeft the
left lef l eft one I remember remembeztook took the weapon weaponadjusted weapondjusted eapon eaponadjusted
adjusted a it i clumsily cumsiy between the thumb thumband thumband thumband
and hand as a I may ma call cal them and dis discharged discarged discharged ¬
charged carged it I and then the other trunk trunkeagerly trunkcagerly trunkeagerly
eagerly stretched stetched out to take It It and andmanaged andmanaged andmanaged
managed to fire fre it off of In turn ThItook Thltok ThI Thiabok
took tok t some time tme to happen I dare say sayeach sayeach sayeach
each trunk was fiddling fddlng with wih the re revolver revolver revoWer ¬
volver for ten minutes before it
minute i man managed managed managed ¬
aged to fire fre it It All Al that time tme I lay 1 a on onmj onmt onm
mj m back with wih a huge foot planted plantedlightly plantedlghty plantedightly
lightly lghty l on my abdomen I did not feel feelfrightened feelfrightened feelfrightened
frightened but I was very ver uncomfort uncomfortable uncomfortable uncomfortable ¬
able My captor continued contnued to play pla with withthe withthe withthe
the revolver It I was like lke a child chid with witha wit
a new toy Two more shots were fired firedand fred fredand firedand
and then began begin a strange scene sceneA sceneA
A furious altercation alercaton broke out be between betwcen ¬
tween the two heads he ds evidently evidenty with withregard withregard withregard
regard to the last shot left lef in the six sixehooter sixshooteryou Ix Ixahootcryou
ehooter ahootcryou you remember I fired frd one my y
s
< i J
self The right crnkhad trun had the w weon weonth lp n nth
th lett Ieftstrove oe tQ tear tear i It aw aivaa 1Dat Deaf Deafdrgb1asta
enlng eOrS drgb1asta blasts bl st of Qf trumpeting trumpetng filled tleathc mledthe the air airTusks airT airThsks
Tusks T sks cjashedviolently cahediolenlJ asthemadden asthemaddening as tbemadde themaddenlag ¬
ing creature ceatre struggled with fcself kel I was wasforgotten wasfcrgotcn wasfergotten
forgotten fcrgotcn The Imprisoning Imprsoning foot wa walifted was waslifted a alfed
lifted lfed and as s I Ironed rolled behind a rock the thaI theearth
te teeartnshook
I eartfishook eartnshook earth shook with wih the trampling tamplig of the thaThe th thlix theix
lix ix g grcitteet grcitteetThe C t
The Th uid id d was not long Incoming in Inco coming ting
After Afer a fev f fOl w minutes minute of struggling strgUpg in inthe inthe Inthe
the course coure of which whih some fearful fearfulwounds feuu1wounds fearfultounds
wounds were Wlre inflicted Jnfcted inhlictedby by b each pair of oftusks oftusks
tusks I saw sw the writhing wrihing trunks trunkstwined trnki trnkitwlned t JaIot JaIottusks ink inktwined
twined together0fiy together fly upward and back backward ba badkward k kward ¬
ward At the same sme instant a shot rang rangout rangout rangout
out out and the next net moment with wih two twotremendous twotremendous
tremendous bellows belows the frightful frightul crea creature cea ceature creatare ¬ r
I ture toppled topple forward fonvrd to Its it four knees kneesand kneesand kneesand
and immediately rolled roled over on its It left leftside leftside leftside
side
sideIt sideI It I was wa perfectly pctectb dead dea My 1 revolver revolverstill re01erstl revolve revolvestill
still stl smoking was clutched cutched convulsive convulsively conuI5 e e1y ¬
ly In the right trunk It I had gone off offin of offin
in the te struggle stuggle so soelose close lose to the th beasts beastsback beasts beastsback beastsback
back as a to singe the skin and had ad shat shattered shattered shattered ¬
tered the spinal spln cord dust behind the thejunction thejuncton thejunction
junction juncton of the twin vetebral pro processes pr proceases ¬
ceases cessesThere ceSSEs ceSSEsThere ceasesThere
There fe i no more mor to tell tel I returned returnedto reture
to camp and the next n t day resumedroy resumedroymarch r resurnednymarch sumc
march I presented preented the corpse corDseOthG corDseOthGrajab to Ufa Ufarajah
rajah and I daresay he has the hide hideand hde hIdaand
and ad skeleton now nowThe nowThe nowThe
The major ceased ceasd speaking speaking There Therowas Tt Therewas rD rDwas
was a respectful respetful pause Then Mr Har5 Har5klns ITarklns
klns said sad Major what jegiment reginentdril reginentdrilyou eglen 1ar dlflL dlflLyou da
you belong to toThe toThe r i
The Fortythird Forttird light Jght infantry infantrysaid inf Infansysaid n nBald
said the major majorIn majorIn
In our own glorious struggle stuggle forthia forthiamaintenance tirtht for th thmaintenance
maintenance of the Union said Mri MriHarkins 1r 1rHarkins MrHarkins
Harkins I served in the Twentysev Twentyseventh Twentyseenth Twentysayenth ¬
enth New York regiment regiment We were wereknown wereknown ere ereknown
known as the Truthful Trtful Twentyseventh Twentyseventhor Twentysev lt l
or George Washingtons Own If I ever everyoure eve everyoure
youre in the states major at the tim timof timof
tm tmof
of one of our regimental regimentl reunions you youmust yoUmt youmust
must let me m introduce you to some som of ofthe 9 atthe
the boys boys Theyd The d be surely gratified gatfed to toknow t tknow toknow
know you youE B Clerihew In London LondonDally Ln LondonDaily on onDaUY
Dally News NewsNO N NewsNO es
h hNO
NO AWARD AWAD MADE MADEWashington ME MADEWashIngton
Washington Dec 15 15Bid 15Bids Bids of Amer American Amnerican er erIcan ¬
ican Ican shippers shippes for transportation transportaton of 50 0
000 00 tons of coal coa from frm th ths Atlantic Atantc coast coastto cot cotto coastto
to Manila Mania bay opened today today werenearly werenearl were werenearly
nearly nearl 2 per ton higher than tha those tho at atforeign a offoreign
foreign shippers ship er No award awar was made madCiBERLINS mae maeERS madeBERLINS 1
BERLINS ERS POPULATION POPTTLATI01TBerlin POPUTION POPUTIONBerln POPULATIONBerlin
Berlin Berln Dec Dec 15 IDBerln 15Berlin Berlin has ha passed passedthe passedthe passedthe
the two million miion mark in the popula population populaton populathen ¬
register then ton of the shows city cit 2001500 proper prper inhahitant The police polce polceregister
The adjoining suburbs have haV a popula population populaUon population ¬
tion of nearly 760000 76000 e persons personsReflections persns persnse persnsfecion personsReflections
Reflections fecion of a Bachelor BachelorNew Bacheor BacheorNew BachelorNew
New York Sun SunIt SunIt SunIt
It makes a a womans feet get very cold coldto cld cldto coldto
to see her neighbors nchhbors new fur for the theneck theneck theneck
neck neckA neckA neckA
A cheap way to get popularity with wlh liar liaris hais
is to refuse to eat anybodys biscuits biscuit but biltyour bw butyour
your our wifes wifesAbout wlfesAbout wifesAbout
About the time tme a a a man struggles struxle to t his hisfeet hisfeet
feet from the summer vacation vaaton expenses expensesChlstmas epe expensesChlstmas o
Chlstma Chlstmas heaves in sight sightIf slghLIt
If a i a man doesnt doent like lke to be kept awake awakaall awake awakea1 awakeall
all a1 nIght nlJht by the bab baby his wife is just AS ASlikely UUkely asikely
likely l as e not to suspect that he hs Is leading leadinga le dlD
a a double life lifeWhen ue ueVhen lifeWhen
When a a man In his pajamas pajaa bumps bump Ms Msshin lilashin
shin on a a rocking chair char it i Is surprising surprisingwhat surprisin surprisingwhat
what what a weak weak washy thing thng his vocabulary vocabularyseems vocbular vocabularyseems
seems to him himHadnt himHadnt
e w wHadnt
Hadnt Heard Hear of Joe Weeler Weelerlana WheelerKansas Wheeler WheelerKansas
Kansas lana City CJy Times TimesLast Time TimesLast
Last week while whie General General Joe oe Wheeler Wheelerwas Wheelerwas beeor beeorwa
was wa in the city ciy he attracted atract considerable considerableattention consideable consideableattenton considerableattention
attention attenton at the te Coates house where he heyoung 1 liestayed
sted stayed One morning morning during his lta sta a aoung ayoung
young man ma who boards on the West Side Sidewent Sidewent Sidewent
went Into the hotel to buy a cigar cigarDid cig cigarDid
Did you OU ever see Joe oe Wheeler asked askedthe aked akedthe askedthe
the cigar clerk cerk after the customer had se selected selected selected ¬
lected his smoke No was wa the te reply replyWell rpl rplWel replyWell
Well Wel there he Is said sad the e clerk point pointIng polntIng pointlag
Ing the general geceralout out to the customer The Theyoung Theyoung Th Thyoung
young man m who had bought buglt the te cigar cga said saidnothing saidnoting saidnothing
nothing nothingThe noting notingTe nothingThe
The Te clerk waited waied a a moment for a a com comment cm cmment cornmont ¬
ment of some kind and when it i was ws not notWheeler notforhcoming notforthcoming
forhcoming forthcoming said You know who Joe Joebeeler JoeWheeler
Wheeler beeler Is of course courser No I dont be believe be1eve behieve ¬
lieve 1eve I do replied repled the young young man mn You Yousee YO YOiLsee
see friend Ive Ive only onl lived in Kansas ansas City Cityabout Cityabout Cityabout
about a month monthCOLORADO monthCOLORADO monthCOlORADOEXCURSJON
COLORADO COlORADOEXCURSJON COlORADOEXCURSJONVia EXCURSION EXCURSIOVia
Via O S L L and ad andi IT P Dec 22 2 and 28 23Round 28Round 28Round
Round trip only 12250 250 See O S L Lagents Lagents Lagents
agents for particulars particularsRoyal patculars patcularsRya particularsRoyal
Royal Rya Bread won Its ts popularity popularty on onmerit onmert onmerit
merit mert All U grocers Socer still sel It It None gen genuine genulne genulne ¬
ulne without wJhout our label label with wih the te crown Cw CwI crownISAIT
I ISAIT SALT IJK TURf I
I EXCHANGE
208 2 MAIN MN ST STCalifornia STCaiorna STCalifornia
California Caiorna and ad Eastern Eater races res Di Direct DIrect Direct ¬
rect wires Ires on all al sport Bportin sportIng por
in InJ Ing events eventsDelinquent event I Ir IDelinquent
r r
Delinquent liqunt Notice UoticsSHARP Notc NotcSHARP NoticeSHARP
SHARP MINING UlNG COMPANY COMANY LOCA LOCAton
don ton and principal principl place of business bUl1ness Salt SaltLake Slt SltLake SaltLake
Lake City Cl Utah ta Notice NoUeThere There are de delinquent delnquent delinquent ¬
linquent lnquent upon the following olowing described describedstock dNcrbed describedstock
stock on account sccunt of assessment No o 5 of ofonehalf oronehal ofonehalf
onehalf onehal cent < ent per share levied on the theJ2th the12th
te te1zth
J2th day da of November 1904 10 the several severalamounts severalamounts
amounts amount set opposite the names of the re respective respectve respective ¬
spective spectve shareholders as follows followsNo tolows tolowsNo followsNo
No No AnVtName Amt AnVt AintName I
Name lame Cert Cert Shares Soeg Due DueHenry DueHenr DueHenry
Henry Henr Dhwobdey 11 10000 60 ft ftGeocge it itGeo1ge l lGeozge
Geocge H Wood 14 5000 2500 2500John 2500John 00 00Jobn
John Sharp 18 10000 moo 5000James mooJames 0 00 00James
James Sharp 19 10000 lO 50 5001 5001John 00 00John 00John
John C Sharp Sharp20 20 20000 100 W WD mD 1 1D
D J Sharp Sberp21 21 10000 1 5000 5000Henry 5Q 50 00 00Henr noHenri
Henry Henr Cohn 30 oWT 2500 2500John 25 00 00John 00John
John Sharp b 40 10000 50 50John 8ft 8ftJohn MJohn
John Sharp 41 41 10000 50 50John 50John 10 10John >
John Sharp 42 25000 125 1 1Henry 12 OP OPHenry 0 0Henry
Henry Din Dlnvoodoy wood ey k50 50 4705 23 23ii 23iiGeorge 53 53George jgGeorge
George H Wood 52 5 2355 JITS JITSJohn 11S 11SJohn j 7 7John
John Sharp 56 S 4706 23 3James 5S 5SJames 5 5James
James Sharp 57 4706 4O5John 231 231John 23 23John
John C Sfiarp STtarp58 5S 9412 4705 4705D fi fiD 4705D
D J Sharp 59 47 4705 4705Henry < W WHenry Iii IiiHen
Henry Hen Cohn 66 2353 li IT WJohn iiJobn 7 7John
John Sharp 72 7 t 47W 4TOJohn 2g 2gJohn iCJohn
John Sharp 73 4f06 23 23John Jiw 28jtJohn t tShnrp
John Sharp 74 llTK Ip1J5 oS oSOle SS SSJ
J B Trlbole Ole 89 5000 25W 25 25V 25aW
W V L Mans 6 96 5000 25 25And S SAnd 0And
And in accordance with law 1 and an order orderof orderof orderof
of the board bo rd of directors made on the the12th the12th the12th
12th day of November Kovf > mbor 1804 so many manyshares manyshares manyshares
shares of each parcel pare l of such stock as asHltl a8ma asmay
ma may Hltl V be WtS XICUC necessary OQ f will be W jjJ sold x AI at the u com companys cornpanys w wpanys
panys office room 395 Progress building buiJdlnSalt
Salt Lake City Utah on the 5th day da ot otJanuary o oJahGary oTancary
January 19fl5 at 3 p m to pay the de delinquent delinquent deiinquent ¬
linquent assessment thereon together togetherwith togetherwith togetitetwith
with the cost of advertising and expense expenseof
of sale sal A L JACOBS Secretary SecretaryFirst SecretaryFirst retary retaryFirst
First nublication Dec D c 16 W04
AT ATBARTONS
BARTONS 1 i40ff i40ffSTORE 4 Of 1 1Mens F FSTORE
STORE
Mens Overcoats long and regular lengths I I AFFnobby AFF
nobby patterns at f4 t Ul UlMens
Mens Suits all the late styles neat pat J nrp
terns ternssellingat selling at I IMens 4 ur urMens
Mens Hats stiff and soft styles I AFP AFPAppropriate
OF OFAppropriate
Appropriate Xmas gifts for men and boys at lowest prices pricesBarton pricesBrrton
Barton Co CoOne
One Price 454T Main St SttTL
tTL
I

xml | txt