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SECTION ONB O THE T SALT LAKE HERALD RD SUNDAY SI JAl JUNE 10 1905 19o
I IF ITS IT HAPPENS HAPPENSITS HERE r 1THE THE HERALDS HER ALDS SPORTING SPORT Sp9 RTIN IN u G PAGE PA GE IFaI ITS ITsRiOHT tU lIGHT Ji S
l 1S1DE smEHlSTnRY smEHlSTnRYI HISTORY HISTORYUFGREAT
I DE UFGREAT GREAT FIGHT FIGHTGeorge FIGHTGeorge
George Siler Tells Some Inter InterestingFacts Interesting lnterestinFats ¬
estingFacts esting Facts on Famous FamousCorbettFitz FamousCorbettFitz FamousCorbettFitz
CorbettFitz Bout BoutBY BoutBY
BY GEORGE GEO GE SILER SILERMatters SILERJaIatters S1LERMatters
Matters pugilistic pugIII tlc were quiet in the vi vicinity vIcinity vicinity ¬
cinity of Chicago during the year lS lSand 1Mand 1S 1Sand
and the only fight worthy of mention at atwhich atwhl atwhcb
which whl b I officiated was wa that between Tom Tommy T Tommy m mmy ¬
my White and Eddie EdtleSntr Sentry The battle battletook battletook battletook
took place at L vmont mont III White winning winningwith wInningwith winningwith
with a knockout in the seventh round roundThere roundThere roundThere
There was but little interest t manifested manifestedin
in the affair and I simply refer to It be because 00cause beause ¬
cause Santry a few years later defeated defeatedBen defeatedBen defeatedBen
Ben Jordan th the champion featherweight featherweightof
of England for the worlds championship championshipin
in that c1as classIf c1asIt c1asIf
If there was any nook or corner in the theEnglishspeaking theEngl1shspeaklng theEnglishspeaking
Englishspeaking world in which my myraroe my11ame rayname
name had not reached reaoneddurlng during my connec connection connect connecwith ¬
tion t i on with the pugilistic game prior to to1S97 toTh97
1S97 It was set before them in March March3S97r MarchJ891
3S97r J891 97 when I became a factor in th tbe heavy heavyweight heavyeight heavyweight ¬
weight eight championship fight between Jim Jimorbett Jimorbett Jimorbctt
< orbett and Bob Fitzsimmone which took tookPlace tookpace tookpiae
Place at Carson City Nav on March 17 17of 17ot 17of
of that year yearAfter yearAfter yearAfter
After Dan Stuart had pulled off the thechampionship thechamJionehip thetharnpiOnship
championship fight at Mexico between betweenFltzsiromons betweenFlusimmons betweenFitzsmmons
Fltzsiromons and Maher be dropped back backto backto backto
to his old fad that of bringing Fitzsim Fitzsimmons Fitzsimmons Fitzslmmona
mons and Corbett together He had en encountered entuntered enuntered ¬
countered all sorts of difficulties in his hisprevious hisrrevlous hisTrevious
previous attempts in eo o doing in Texas Texasand Texasand Texasand
and In Arkansas so to overcome all ob obstacles obstactes ohstacles ¬
stacles in the way of interference by state stateauthorities stateauthorities stateauthorities
authorities he hiked to Carson City Nev Nevwhere Ne Nehere Nevshere
where he Interested a number of the state stateofficials statefrkials stateffieia1s
officials with the result h 118 had a bill billpassed billpassed billpassed
passed in the legislature leglsl ture permitting glove glovefights glovefIghts glovefghts
fights to a finum When the bill became becamea
a law he set about arranging a match be between betWE betaeen ¬
tween tWE n Corbett and Fitzsimmons and as asJim asJIm asJim
Jim had taken a chance chan e of heart regard regardIng reg regardg rd rdg
Ing g his renouncing of the game which he hedid bedId hedd
did on the night nightdter after Maher sent ODon ODonr ODonTfl1 ODonroll
r roll ll to the cleaners in jig jl time and still stillclaimed stmdalmed stilllalmed
claimed he was the simon pure champion championPart championIan championPan
Part pxperie expoHeeced eed ced but little difficulty in inEfTuring InsrCuring Inarcuring
EfTuring Corbetts signature to a set of ofarticles ofa ofarticles
articles a tfdes Pita Flt lIke Barkis was willing willingas
as he was positive po he e could defeat the theman theman thenan
man who five years MnI previously had de defeated de defcatPd defeated ¬
feated John L Sullivan SullivanSays SullivanSays n nSays
Says Flfz Was Champ ChampThe ChampThe ChampThe
The odd thing about ab ut the match was the thegeneral thefeneral thegeneral
general Impression impre skm that Fitzsimmons was wasgoing wasglng wasgIng
going to fight Corbett for the champion championship championEhfp championship ¬
ship instead of Corbett Co bett going to fight Flu Fitzfor Flufr Fitsfr
fr the honors The fact that Corbett Corbetthad Corbetthad Corbetthad
had announced his retirement and had hadpresented badpres hadpresented
presented pres nted the championship to Peter Ma Maher Manpr Mah ¬
her h r when the latter knocked out Steve SteveODonnell SteveODonnell SteveODonnell
ODonnell and that Fitzsimmons had de defeated defeated dofeated ¬
feated Maher was lost sight of This was wasbecause wasbecaUse wasbecaUse
because the public did not take Corbetts Corbettsrptirement Corbettsrftirement Corbettsretirement
retirement nor his presentation to Maher Maherseriously Maherserlousb Maherseriously
seriously especially after aft r he had conclud concluded ¬
ed to reenter the ring so when the thematch thematch thematch
match was arranged arrang d it was taken for forgranted forminted forgranted
granted Corbett was going to battle to re ¬
his title titleThe titleThe titleThe
The boot however was on the other otherfoot otherlot otherfot
foot lot all arguments argwn bJ to th oontrary not notwithstanding notwithstandIng notwithstanding ¬
withstanding It will be difficult to con convince coninee con1nce ¬
vince inee mv readers re dersregardrng regarding the champion championship championship championship ¬
ship conditions conditlonswhlch which w lch existed at the time timebut timebut timebut
but the above statements regarding them themare themare themare
are true tru nevertheless The match was wasclinched wasdinhfd wastinehed
clinched and th Ute articles artlclessfI1ed signed on Bee
17 1 1S9S with the writer mutually agreed agreedur agreedulon agreedurDn
ur ulon urDn on AS refer referr refereei i
f i orbett r tt reaclMriCarson reac1Hl Caf80n C4ty Cttyabout about th thre the theofld theL
L ofld nd week In Jebruar over a month monthd monthL
L d re the date st et t for the battle and andth andt andBilly
th t Billy Woods Vood and Con McVey in inod int inZtzed
Ztzed t od in training tr iniDb stunts at the opera operahouse operab1U opernus
house b1U nus Fit with his trainers Ernest ErnestJotberT ErnestR ZrnestIther
JotberT R bEry th4 th westfer estrer ad Dan Hickey Hickeyind Hickeymd Hickeynd
ind nd his great Dane Yarrum arrived on onFeb onFEh onFeb
Feb 30 and immediately went to his histraining histraining histraining
training quarters at Cooks ranch On Ont Onv1e
himself to toShaws toShaws toShaws
t v1e ic same day Corbett betook
Shaws Springs where he prepared for forthe torthE forthe
the battle I reached reeCh Carson arsog on the themrrinc thernrrI1ing thenvrrnng
mrrinc of Feb 18 1 as a war ar correspond correspondent ¬
ent nt for a halfdozen dally iIewsp newspapers newspapersMatters ewsppersMatters pers persIattrs
< Matters went along alon smoothly for several severaldavs lreverala
davs da a s then tht > n came the argument regarding regardingthe
the > rules Coffeet wanted what is now nowcalled nowl1 nowailed
called l1 straight rvffe rvrwolCh which permit of hit hitting lIttmg hittLng ¬
ting with th t the tJ reaj r044Tfl ni and on the break breakaways bnmkawaYf breakaway ¬
away while Fits was as determined the theMarquis theMarquis theMarquis
Marquis of Queensberry Queen berry rule ru as he knew knewthem knewthem knewthem
them should prevail This led to a wordy wordyargument wordyargument wordyargument
argument both claiming teX Uaexwere were right rightrnd rjghtnd rightiid
< rnd nd finally concluded I should ho ld interpret interpretthe
the rules rulesOn ruleOn rulesOn
On March Mar h 10 I handed each man a copy copyof cop copf copyef
of f the Queensberry rules with the fol folMowing fol1Iw fol1owing
Mowing 1Iw ng comments and interpretations interpretationsThe
The Rules Rul Interpreted nterpr ted
i
The first three rules need no comment commentas
as they the are plain simple I mple and understood understoodby
by b almost everybody Rule 4 however howeverrequires bow howeverrequires eVEN eVENrequirCli
requires some analysis as a some of the thepoints therCliuts theptints
points are often oft n mi8con misconstrued tru8fl The rule rulesa TV1esa rulesasz
sa sasz > s If either man fall through weak weakness weaknrsi weaknf ¬
ness nf or otherwise he must get up uses unaseisted uftassisted usesnisted
eisted ten seconds to b be allowed him to todo todo todo
do so the other man meanwhile to re return ret retutn ¬
turn t urn to his corner cornerThis cornerThls cornerThis
This of course was as intended to pre prevent preent prevent
vent ent a man from standing over his fallen fallenopponent fal1enpponent fallenpponent
pponent It probably did not occur to tothe tothe tothe
the framer of th t rules that at times a aman aman anan
man either falls or is knocked kJHCk down in his hisopponents hisPPflfnta hisppnents
opponents corner If then the man on onis onIs
1 is is feet retiree to his corner rner RS the rules rulestiirect rulesirett rulesdirect
direct he will be standing ever his fallen fallenopponent fallenpponent fallenppojent
opponent < and doing just what the rules rulesmean rulesmean rulesmean
mean he shall not do To avoid all dis disputes disLltes dielutes ¬
lutes Lltes on the score I will simply instruct instructjnu IMtructU
jnu flu U in case of the knockdown knockd wn to retire retireat
at least If > ast ten t n f feet t from your fallen oppo opponent OPPOIcnt opporent ¬
rent to give him an opportunity to t arise ariseRule ari8eRule ariseRuie
Rule 12 1 which says The contests in all allother allthfr allciber
other < thfr respects r peds to be governed fOvent by the re revised reiSfd reised ¬
vised iSfd rules to b be governed by the revised revisedrules revised1ules revisedrules
rules of th the London prize ring is I I con conelder C consider n nsIder
sIder one of the most important of the thetwelve tbetwehe thetwelve
twelve rules and app 8 s to be the bone boneof boneI boneof
of I contention R In almost very ery contest It Itlias Itru Ithas
has been the custom of referees myself myselfamong m myselfamong self i
among 8 them to t inquire of th the principals principalswhether prinelpalswhetl1er principalswhether
whether they choose cb to hit in the clinches clincheswith clincheswith clincheswith
with the free arm and nd also on the break breakaways breakawag breakaways ¬
aways awaysInvariably awagJnvart awaysInvaritbly
Invariably Jnvart bly the principals agree not to tohit toit tolit
hit it in clinches clinch or on breakaways but butth but1h butme
th me < y generally forget to et all about their theiragreement theiragreement theiragreement
agreement and frequently violate it This Thisthen Thisthen Titlethen
then causes not no only the seconds J but the thespectators tbespectators theEpetators
spectators to cry foul every e ery time a blow blowJs blowjs blowis
Js delivered d 1iEred It also makes the duties duU of ofa ora ofa
a referee rd ree ardttttM anlnd and nd dteagreeabte and and3ceeps andReeps
3ceeps 1t ps him continually in hot water Fur Furthermore FurthErmore Furthermore ¬
f thermore it gives the referee refer an oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity to decide a contest on a technical technicalfoul teehftlea1fnuI teehnicalfoul
foul which wb1 h generally is unsatisfactory unsett tllCtOry to tovery tover toevery
very ver one concerned COReernedHI concernedHit concernedHit
Hit HI in Clinches ClinchesNeither ClinchesXeither ClinchesNeither
Neither of yb 7 I am sure desires to towin toWin towin
win the cerates coml > g contest oh on a afoul technical technicalfoul technlcaJfoul
foul and to avoid any an such avc t contingency contingencythrough COfttlncencythrougb contingencythrough
through hitting hlttin In cllnea clinches with the free freeerm freearm freenrm
arm and In breakaways I wiH rule That oThatou Thatyou ThatOU
you ou be permitted to hit in clinches with withone withon withon
one on arm free tre and always on the break breaksways breaksjways k kstways ¬
sways With title t i interpretation of this thisr thlarifle thisrtle
r rifle le announced a week before the con cont conte1t
t te1t jrt you oU will both have ample time to toprtice toptice
prtice 1 Uce these important points and will willhtPe willh willhte
htPe h no cause for complaints should shouldeitfcrr shouldei shouldeitbr
eitfcrr ei rr of you b b caught off your guard guardt rd rdi
KPivot i It t blows missing mls tng with either hand handand handand handand
and whipping back with the elbow meet meetIng meeting meetIng
Ing an opponent with or deliberately deliberatelystriking deUberatelstriking deliberatelystriking
striking him with the elbows or knees kneesare kneesi kneesare
are i re barred and will be considered fouls foulsShould toulsShould foulsShould
Should any anyot of in the above boveblo blow blo have any anymaterial linymaterial anymaterial
material effeotron etfeatF on the result re of the con contest contest eontest ¬
test I shall use se my my judgment 1Ud1R lt accordingly accordinglyShould aoeordtnglyShou1d accordinglyShould
Should any of the seconds of either eitherprincipal eitherprincipal eitherprincipal
principal enter the ring during a round oundto oundtorender 4 to torender > o orender
render any assistance to the fighters or orprevent orprevent orprevent
prevent them from committing comlDttln a foul or orto orto orto
to throw water 3t upon them them I sfedl deem deemJt deemIt deemIt
It a foul C 000n1UgtJr CoaiS fHtagJtar 7 5O554 < is during the therounds tlMrounds therOunds
rounds is bbje obj obJitUcMDeo oB b fc c t te everybody n ody and andis andIs
is apt to j ad ad ugllRMa arguments
POOR OUTLOOK OUTLOOKFOR OUTLOOKT
T FOR FISHING FISHINGSigns
Signs of the Times This Year YearAre YearAre YearAre
Are Not Propitious Propitiousfor
for the Sport SportAs
As old Father Time slowly wends his bisway hisW8y hisway
way toward June 15 this year joy is not notin notin notin
in te fishermans heart as in days gone goneby goneby goneby
by The man who would rather tread the thetortuous thetortuous thetorthous
tortuous canyon streams of Utah In Insearch Insearch Insearch
search of the game trout than pursue any
other pleasure in the world sighs with an aning anaching anaching
aching heart when the question of fish
ing is broached this season When asked
if he will be one of the thousands to towhip towhip towhip
whip the streams for fish on the opening
day da If one of the old guard of Utahs
fisherman he will probably shake his
head and say No I dont think t ink I will go goout goout goout
out on the opening day
His reason r > ason is that the prospects for fish ¬
ing this season are none of the brightest
Ask the next fishenran one meets and
if he has made a study of the conditions
the same answer will probably be forth forthcoming forthcoming forthcoming ¬
coming His reasons are that the fish are arescarcer arescarcer arescarcer
scarcer than they have been in years and
the streams are in worse condition than
they have hay been for years yearsFor yearsFor
For the past few seasons fish in Utah
have become scarcer each season The Thereasons Thereasons Thereasons
reasons for this are that the fish already
in the streams are not properly taken takencare takencare takencare
care of says the fisherman and the thestreams thestreams thestreams
streams are not being repenlshed say the thesame theame thesame
same persons The use of screens has haspractically haspractlcally haspractically
practically disappeared In the state con ¬
trary to the law and thousands of fish fishare fishare fishare
are each year lost through the irrigation
ditches on this account Then again it js jssaid issaid
said Sf d the state fish hatchery has been
disposing di poslns of most of the fish fry to the theprivate theprivatc theprivate
private hatcheries around the state In Instead instead instead ¬
stead of stocking stockln the streams These two twoconditions twoconditions twoconditions
conditions of affairs airs have not given the
fish a chance to multiply as they should shouldand shouldand shouldand
and many claim the streams have fewer
trout now than ever before In the history
of the state stateFrom stateFrom stateFrom
From all indications the streams of the thestate theftate thestate
state will be In poor condition for fishing fl hing
even If they were well stocked The
heavy rains recently are responsible for
this Practically every stream In the thestate thestate thestate
state is now running over its banks and it itwill itwill
will take many days of settled weather
before they become normal again When
the water is high there are plenty of buss bussworms bu bugsworms s sworms
worms and other delicious morsels for
fish floating down stream and the fish fishermans fishermans fishermans ¬
ermans fly will not tempt a trout with a awell awen awell
well filled stomach The muddy water waterwhich waterwhich waterwhich
which always 8IWa 8 accompanies high streams streamsalso streamsalso streamsalso
also makes It difficult for the fish ti h to see
the fly and unless It falls tallsweU well within his hisreach hisreach hisreach
reach he will not jump for it it
In spite of these conditions the sporting sportingjoods sportinggoods sportinggoods
goods stores are crowded with persons fit1 fit
ting themselves out with new rods reels reel I
lines and fly It is the novice at the game
however who Is making makln great prepara
Cons for the opening day as the old dog
reads the signs of the times and remarks
OIt It dont look good to me
ROCK DRILLING ENTRIES ENTRIESMany
Many Teams Enter Contest for forChampionship forChampionship forChampionship
Championship Contest the theComing theComing theCoining
Coming Week WeekThe WeekThfi WeekThA
The entries en enrie iep for the rock drilling contest contestat
at the Salt Palece on next WednesdayatterDOOft Wednesdayafternoon Wednesday Wednesdayafternoon
afternoon have been received and several severalstrong severalstroug severalstrong
strong teams will compete It is the oo oocasion DOcasion oncasion
casion of Miners union day when large largecrowds largcrowds largecrowds
crowds of miners from throughout thestate the thestate thestate
state will be in attendance F E Schef Schefski Schefski SchefskI
ski who is looking after aft r the contest contestsaid c c ntett ntettsaid ntetsaid
said yesterday that a special grade of ofgranite ofgranlte ofgranite
granite rock from Gunnison Colo Cob had hadbeen hadbeen badbeen
been shipped in for the contest at the therequest ther thereueet
request r qU86 of the miners minersTbe minersTbt minersThe
The entries are as s follows Twomen Twomenteams Twomenteams Twomenteams
teams Robert and John Leroy W T Ju Juleff J Jleft Juleff
leff and Charles Juleff Jule Pat Mullen and andWilliam andVUliam andWilliam
William Butler But1 > r James Allen and Frank FrankLake FrankLakt FrankLake
Lake Tony Gribble and James Burnes BurnesHugh BurnesHugh BurnesHugh
Hugh Kelley Ielle and Carl C rl Farlln William WilliamMcClallnd WIIUamr WilliamMClalland
McClallnd r CIlIand and Con ONeil all from Park ParkCity ParkCity ParkCity
City Charlie Anderson and John Carlson CarlsonGust CarJsonGust CarisonGust
Gust Gustafson and John Linden T W WBrady WBrady WBrady
Brady and Thomas Benson of Bingham BinghamJohn BinghamJohn BlnghamJohn
John Mingiotte and George Stake of Eu Eureka Eure1ca Eureka ¬
reka and Dan Egan and C D May of ofMammoth ofMammoth ofMammoth
Mammoth MammothRISE MammothRISE MammothRISE
RISE OF JACK FLAMY
Former Salt Lake Ball Player Now NowChief NowCIiief NowChief
CIiief Chief of Helena Police PoliceForce PoliceForce PoliceForce
Force ForceFrom ForceFrom ForceFrom
From a ball player to chief of the police policedepartment policedepartmut policedepartment
department is the route traveled by Jack JackFlannery JackFnutJMQ JackFlnnry
Flannery FnutJMQ In the past two years Plan Plannery Flannery Finnnery
nery will be remembered as the left field fielder ¬
er of the Salt Lake team In the Pacific PacificNational PacificNational PacificNational
National league during the season of 1903 1903From 1003Frem 190 190From
From Salt Lake Flannery returned to his hishome hishome hishome
home at Helena and shortly afterward afterwardjoined afterwardjoined afterwardjoined
joined the police department He has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been a blue coat ever since and last week weekwas weekwas weekwas
was promoted to the position of chief of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the department departmentFlannery departmentFlannery departmentFlannory
Flannery was at one time manager of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Helena baseball team tc m and was at all alltimes aUUrnes alltimes
times popular with the fans of Helena HelenaBefore HelenaBefore HelenaBefore
Before going to Helena Flannery was a amember amember amember
member of the Butte fire department d In In1M InlSQ
1385 lSQ at the time of the big d dynamite namlte ex explosion explosion cxploslon ¬
plosion Flannery I was the only member memberof JDembcrof
of the department who was not killed killedAt killedAt killedAt
At the time Flannery Fiannet was some distance distanceaway distanceaway distanceaway
away coupling the hose to a hydrant hydrantand hydrantand hydrantand
and was out of reach of the explosion explosionMUST explosionMUST explosionMUST
MUST ANSWER IN N COURT COURTLoutaville COURTLouSville COURTLouisville
Louisville Ky June 9 9The The case of ofPresident ofPreldent ofPreldent
Preldent George Tebeau of the Louis Louisville LouIsvlUe Louisrifle ¬
rifle baseball b club and of Richard Pad Padden Padden Padden
den manager of the St Paul team who whowere whowere whowere
were arrested for their conduct at the theball tkeban theball
ball park over a decision by acting Um Umpire Umpire Urnpire ¬
pire Kenna were today postponed until untilJune untilJune untilJune
June if 1 JL when the St Paul team will willreturn Vmreturn willreturn
return to Louisville LouisvilleThe LouisvilleThe Louisvillep LouisvilleThe p
The Blsmarck BlsmarckNo BIsmatckNo
No 38 S West Second South street die dispenses dlspen diepenses ¬
penses pen s the genuine imported Bavarian Bavarianand Bavarianand BavarianandPIlsener
and andPIlsener Pllsener Beers both on draught and andin andIn andin
in bottles bottlesBoth bottl88BoUt bottlesBoth
Both of you undoubtedly have mapped mappedout
out your plans of attack and defense and andneed andneed andneed
need no advice from your respective sec secOHds secollds eecends
ends while in action Trivial fouls unin unintentionally unintentionally unlntentionally ¬
tentionally may be committed by either eitherof eltheroC eitherof
of you which unless they have a direct directbearing directbearing directbearing
bearing on the result will m be overlooked overlookedby
by me at my discretion discretionThis discretionTbl discretionThie
This I believe covers all the import important important important ¬
ant points Both of you ou are thoroughly thoroughlyacquainted thoroughlyacquainted r rcquafnted
acquainted with the Marquis of Queens Queensberry Queensberry Queensberry
berry rules not touched upon by me and andI
I hope to see you ou both live strictly up to tothem tothem
them With Ith a fair field no favors and no noprejudices noprejudices
prejudices I i remain truly yours yoursGEORGE yoursG1ORGE ours oursGEORGE
GEORGE SILER Referee RefereeThe RefereeThe RefereeThe
The fight took place as advertised ad rtlsed Cor Corbett Corbett Corbett ¬
bett had all the better of the milling dur during durIng durlug ¬
ing the last half of the battle but tired tiredafter tiredatter tiredafter
after the ninth round and was knocked knockedout
out with Ith the now famous solar plexus
blow in the fourteenth round Jim was vasnot wasnot i inot
not In as good condition COQ ltloR as he thought
having virtually worked his head off in Intrkllng Intraining j
training It was work work with Jim JimJrom 31mrom Jimfrom
Jrom from rom early morning to late in the even evenIn I Ii
i In ing g He simply eould not get enough of
it It and be did not feel Its effects until late
in I the fight He offered oft red Fits al all sorts of
inducements for a return match but Bob Bobfor Bobfor Bobfor
for reasons best est k known wn to himself would wouldnot ouJd ouJdnot i inot
not match teb again
Ii CHECKERS CHECKERSChecker i iChecker
Checker Board as Numbered for B Bginners Be Beginners Beglnners
ginners ginnersBlacks glnners1o1I12
1 II 2 4 4II
II il78 il78BI0
BI0 1o1I12 12 12ISim1411li16
ISim1411li16 13 14 15 16 1621
1111181920 111118192025fjj26271128
21 22 23
25fjj26271128 25fjj2627112829m 25 20 27 28 28Iace
29m 3011311132 3011311132Place
Place Iace black men on squares 1to to U
Place white men on squares 2 i1 to 32
Blacks always move first at the com ¬
mencement of a checker game
Players PlayerSIn In general use black squares
Printers use white squares squaresGame squaresGame squaresGame
Game No 39 Single corner J E
Blood vs P N Brandt both of Wiscon ¬
sin Mr Blood played the black men
U Uli 15 7 710 10 1317 2521
2218 31 31i 27 2313 l3 6r2
15 155 25 10 1018 15 15 1 iais IS v 21 2117 211725iS 17
2518 li 110 10 23 2319 19 14 1410 10
S 811 U 6 6lI 16 1828 7 714 14
28 29 25 27 2i4 24 19 1916 16 16 167 7
48 2 27 7 1 16 6 3 310 10
25 2622 22 33 328 28 14 1410 10 26
11 1116 16 16 1611 1 6 61k 16 151i13 17 171 13
3420 33 2316 16 21 2117 17 24 2419 19
811 12 119 19 2S 2126 26 15 1524 24
27 2iM 24 26 2SJ1 17 1714 14 28 2810 2810ioi 10 1
16 1015 16 l26 630 10 1016 16
24 419 19 3128 13 139 8 13 110 110JiN 10 103St
3St 913 Ii 3025 03 Drawn
2819 1814 96 96Game 96Game
Game No 40 Fife Same players as asabove asabove
above 1Ir Bloods move moveli1
111 26 9 2724
l19 305 3G 305 1410
914 1711 6 1611
2117 2226 26 3025
i 9 17 1418 118
26 2 n 31s M 2331 21
1la 611 182 sa
J4It 34 3111 17 62 2117 211734
IIt 34 Z6 u 2420 ro
810 6lS 226 1713
I2 8U S7 38
269 171g 631 139
613 1017 214 811
9S 1918 3126 9ij
817 172 610 10 2021 t
3 158 2622 51 51Ul 5iU1
Ul 710 1015 427
38 54 2226 6 16
1534 1011 161i 2723
2810 326 60 604s
48 1s 2437 4 2318 2318lS 21S22IS
22IS lS 514 14 2 2632 9 968U
811 37 Ji19 1822
181 1816 1417 2326 26 51 51UIs l
1118 710 191i 217 217SU 221723it
SU 17l 622 16
1 17 1Ilot 1619 17 113 1132lH 13
2lH l fi 3Z18 10 1014 10141i 10141S 14
1i liD 2016 16 11 1116 1116272i 15
272i 2500 1SH 6 61 611D11 6115li 1 11S11
1S11
149 14913S
13 136 6
1 110 110Drawn 110Drawn 10 10Drawn
Drawn DrawnGame DrawnGame DrawnGame
Game No 41 Flora Temple H I IMeade IMeade IMeade
Meade Lake Beulah WIs vs S P N NBrandt NBrandt NBrandt
Brandt Moade black bJack11J blackUis
11J 610 12 1216 16 S 811 Sli22IS 11
22IS 18 35l 17 1713 13 161 1621M
1 1632 117 16 619 19 M 1015 101526IS > 15
518 2114 H 25 2816 16 18 I8lt 14
116 1i 6 610 10 15 118 15IS20s IS
20s > 5 623 14 149 8 a 23 231 19
9 5 1317 5 523 23 18 1823 18231S14 23
1814 316 2718 24 240 2401f11 2fl
1f11 17 1731 2027 11 1116 16
3114 2222 22 32 i23 23 20 2 20lI 11
1600 81 4 48 8 716 716Drawn 71623IS
2318 217 28 284b 24b Drawn Drawna DrawnaBrandt DrawnaBrandt
a aBrandt Brandt before playing 14 H9 0 looked lookedpositron at atposition atposition
position thoroughly and flattered me by bysaying bysaying bysaying
saying 16 1519 19 was original but he played played149f
149f which is book and my y momentary momentarysuccess momentarysuccess momentarysuccess
success went with it He Brandt did didnot dIdnot didnot
not quite call that line of play to mind mindat mindat mindat
at first perhaps perhapsH H I M MMr M1lr MMr
Mr Meads also alsocontributes contributes the follow following followjag ¬
jag problems problemsProblem problemsProblem
Problem No SI SIB IIBi 31Bi
B Bi 5 23 24 28 kings 22 25 25W 2 2V13 26W13
W V13 13 19 32 kings 1 15 16 16White 16Ybite 16White
White to move and win
1620 24 3427 27 2024 4 27 27il 31 139 S Sil 14
24 2427 27 31 3124 24 15 lilO W 246 1 19 8 White Whitewins Whitewins WhItewins
wins Author unknown
Problem No 32 32W 3B17 32B17
B17 O 2 kings 13 24 31 31W14 U UW14
W W14 14 23 27 28 30 king 6 6White 6W11ite 6White
White to play and win
23 2319 19 24 2415 15 61 3184 14 149 9 1 IS 136 6 1 128 12817fl 28
1721 2882 3024 4 8228 S 2447 SO26
23 2331 31 28 2832 32 White wins J E Blood BloodProblem BloodProblem BloodProblem
Problem No 33 33B ISBU 23B1l
B BU 11 15 1t1 21 23 king 3 3Black 3W 2 2r20
W r20 D 2 21 311 king 4 4Black 0 0Black
Black to move and win winIiIS
1518 228 3 3l 312 12 2016a 216 1210 ll 48 48IS 48 489is
9is IS 1 S 81 812 12 15 ln 1811 U black wins winsa winsat8
a at8 4S 12 l 123 3 2 2016 16 3 31 37 7 16 161 1612 12 7 73 73Black 73Black 3 3Black
Black wins H I I Moade MoadeGame M MoedeGame de deGame
Game Game Nb Nt 42 4 White le Dyke DykeVancouver Dyke W Burdue BurdueSmith BurdueVaoer BurdueVancouver
Vancouver Vaoer Wash vs J B BLake Smith Salt SaltGame SaltLae SaltLake
Lake Lae Smith Smit black blck black111k
11 1U 111k 1524 l 2 1618 li18 Nt1 2621 262122Ti
22 27 22Ti Tl 281 18 22 22IS 15 1 27 27SIl
8 SIl 11 1 U lJ Illi 7 710 10 2 2724
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9 11 IS 615 3 3G 3GU 326 26 2420 24202li
2 2li 14 2S22 S 1619 1619
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2114 H 39Si 59 59 U1 ti19 ti194s
4 4s 116 1116 3126 216 2016
31 3419 2633 6 91 913 1015 1015Dra 1015 1015Drawn Dra Drawn DrawnGame n nGame
Game No NoSmith 48 4 4 K Ke Ke4so teo Same players plaersSmit playersSmith
Smith Smit black
10 1 1015 15 1 710 163 1524 9 914 14
28 2510 10 106M 2117 11 B19 28iD 1713 113
6M 61 8 1018 i i 81 811 14 1418 14iS 18
2817 217 2 21 36 30dll 2522 22 2522iS
1 iS 6 1 15IT 61 610 18 18 18IIi 1S25 35
17 IIi 1718 18 18IS 827 7 13 IZ6 28 22 2022 202216IS 22 224S
IS 11 16IS IS 31 aia 341 4S 48 481s1
19 1s1 1915 15 1 3127 12 2628
10 10J 1010 Ifl 1J i1s Uli 8 81 811 11 11Drawn
24 2l 3416 15 23dO 3i 2724 4 Drawn DrawnGame DrawnGame DrawnGame
Game No 44 4l 4 Double corner corer Same Sameplayers Sameplaers Sameplayers
players Burdue black
9 914 914 14 14 12 1441 21 11 115 1115 15 19 19 1923 23
24 2410 2410 19 235 23 21 3217 17 27 224 224i 2724 24
58 i 4 4 48 S 16 161 16IS 18 23 22 2337 27 2738S4
38S4 2 2 29 92 56 2623 28 24 24 2421 2421Uis 2ft
1116 116 811 1827 1S2 2732 27 27t18 2732i8
t18 2 18 2522 2 32 1 3222 23 18 ISi5 SUj SUj161i 15
16 122 32 10 161i 1015 15 12 1215 1215 16 2 27 2726IS 7
2518 18 19 1910 10 2 3011 > ll 1 15slO 16 151083j
841 8 6 61 3 715 71 714 7141S15 71 714isfis
1S15 J 24 240 je 23 21 2318 18 17 1710 1710U8 1710L1dS 10 10UaS
UaS 15 154 1524 24 1619 Drawn
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The editor eior of this tis column is In n receipt receiptof recei t tof
of a copy of the first edition edIon of the theChecker theCheker theChecker
Checker Cheker World Mr L M l Steams Is lathe Isthe isthe
the editor edito of the new nw cheoker publication publicationwhich publicationwhich
publcton publctonwhloh
which is i the only publication pblulcaton in America Americadevoted Americadeote Americadevoted
devoted deote exclusively to t the game of ofcheckers ofcheckers ofcheckers
checkers The price Is 2 2 a year and is Jswe isWO Iswcth
we wcth monthly monthlyThe monthlyThe monthlyThe th it The Te mazagine maagne is published publishedmonthly publshed publshedmonthly publishedmonthly
The Herald Hera tourney tome Is going at a merry merryclip merrycUp merryclip
clip and some sme of the games will wi be b fin finIshed fn fnishe finlshod
Ished ishe before bfore many more weeks weeksBASEBALL weeksBASEBALL weeksBASEBALL
BASEBALL CHALLENGE CHALLENGEThe
The Herald erad baseball baebaU nine challenges chaJenges the
Tribunals Trlunes team to play pla a a game of ball on
Wednesday Venesday afternoon afernoon 3dtne same ne e 13 ajt bl either eitherthe eitherthe eitherthe
the Salt Palace cp Walkers W4rs aIkers ftelt fJ Only Onlyactual Onlyaqtual
actual 8tua1 employee Qmplo e o a of thepapers t pers to t h eli eligible eJ cligibIe ¬
gible to places on the teams
I HOME RUN HAGGERTY WILLIAM BY GEORGE GEORGEWILLIAM J G DALEY Y I
Did It I every ever strike stke you says sys Pinch Pinchearly PJch PJchery Pinchearly
early ery one morning moring when our freight car carwas carwa6
was wa bumping bump ins over some sme somerough rough road in inSouth inSo inSorith
South So th Dakota Daot that us two fellers felers are arelike arelk arelIke
like lk them te heroes hooe of old who Trent elt out outan outan outan
an sought the Golden Gld n Fleece nine to toplay t 10play
play ply em emThe emi emiTe emThe
The Te Golden Glden Fleas Fe says sys I What WhatIn Wat WatIn
In tunder thunder did tey they call c1 em that tat for forbecause forbecue forbecause
because becue they thywere were fast on on their feet feetNot feetNot feetNot
Not fleas fo you mark makfeece markfleece fleece The TheGolden TheGolden TheGolden
Golden Fleece They used to call cl nines ninesfunny ninesfunny
funny namos nIt them t em days daysWhat daysWat daysWhat
What Wat was the score scre says I Did Didthey Dldthey Didthey
they bring the ball ba1 back backLemme bak bakLmme bankLcmme
Lemme Lmme see s says Pinch Pich Its so solongr solong
long since I heard the te story stor I most mos for forget forget forget ¬
get but I think tik they got back But It Itwas i Itvas
was wa their teIr trip trp that th t cut ice These here hereheroes hereheroes hereheroes
heroes went wet out and ad rowed a a long ways waysin Vo ays aysIn aysin
in a boat boat an passed pased through trough two big bigrocks bigrock bigrocks
rocks rock that near chewedem chewed em up upan upansome an ansome ansome
some beautiful beautful females femalesun under < er shady shadytrees shay shaytree shadytrees
trees tree that beckoned beckne to em to come comeashore comeahore comeashore
ashore ashoreDid ahore ashoreDid
Did they go says sys I INo L LNoo INo
No Noo you ninny If theyd theyd awent awenttheyd awentteyd awenttheyd
theyd teyd abaen abeeJ ef i up p because becuse they was wassirens wassirens
sirens Ypuve heard the sirens down downto downto
to Chi on the e lake front aint you youI youleald youIeaId
I leald said yes yesWell yes yesWell
Well We1 these sirens siens talked tke like lke that thatHuh tat thatHuh
Huh says L 1 I know what IM I a adone a adone
done If one of ejn talked tlked to me Id Id a abeat a abeat
beat it it Thats Thas a a foolish foolih story stor An Anyou Anyou Anyou
you cant cnJr get any beautiful beautful female yarn yarnby yamby yarnby
by me That Tat siren down dow to Chi Is nuth nutliIn nuthIn nuthIn
In but a big wistle wfUe an a cant eat nuth nuthIn nuthIn nuthIn
In but steam steemPinch stem stemPinch steamPinch
Pinch looked loked like lke he was tired tiredO tred
0 course says sys he theyre teyre only onlycalled onlycaled onlycalled
called caled sirens sires The real sirens sang sng an anwlstled a anwistled
wlstled wlste an 1n played drums dnms an things thingsso
so s plaintive plaintve that tat i It was wa impossible IposslWe to toresist t toresist
resist But the leader leer o the heroes he hestuffed hestufed hestuffed
stuffed stufed chewln gum gm in his players ears earsan ers ersan earsan
an they never heard herd the pretty rety wim wimirIn winimm im imIhi
irIn Ihi mm Only one feller a good utility utilityman uUJty uUJtyman utilityman
man or a a spare spe pitcher picher he pulled puled the thegum thegm thegum
gum gm out of one oar an a In a a minute minutejumped minutejumped minutejumped
jumped over an a swam in He never nevercame nevercamn nevercame
came back backThen bak backThen
Then Ten they played a a game with wth a anine anine anine
nine o giants gant with one one eye an beat beatem bet bete boatem
em e The giant st ketchor got spiked in inthe inthe inthe
the face fce ce an got gt blinded blnded an the heroes heroesneeded heres heresneeded heroesneeded
needed a a run to win They worked the thesqueeze thesquoe thesqueeze
squeeze squoe e an Jason Janhe Jasonhe he was wa the man manager man managerhe managerhe ¬
ager agerhe he came ce tearln terin In fm m third But Butthe Butte Butthe
the te ketcher had ha the ball an he couldnt couldntget couldntget couldntget
get by him so 1 he ketched a agoat goat go that thatwas tat tatwa thatwas
was wa eating eatng near ner by an an grabbed gabbe hold holdof holdof holdof
of the te fur on his stummickan stummlck an let him himdrag himdrag himdrag
drag him tords the plate The e giant giantketcher gIantketcher nt ntketcher
ketcher let the te goat got by but felt fel of otiis otiisback his hisback ti1 ti1back
back to see that nobody nobdy was wa ridin him himHe himHe himHe
He forgot to feel under him though thoughan j jan
an Jason Jan made maf the te plate plte an a won tho thogame thegame
game There were cagey players in
them days daysMust dayslust daysMust
Must lust a been a a ptlcular bright bunch buncho
o giant giat basemen baemen an fielders felders says sys I Ithat Ithat Ithat
that wouldnt tip their men off ot B Bsides Bsides Bsides
sides how could he ketch an him himblinded himbUnde himblinded
blinded bUnde I think youre lyin again againHonest againHonot againHonest
Honest Honot Injun says Pinch Its Is all allIn a1 allin
In a a book bok home Well as a I was wa sayln saylnwere saylner8 sayinwere
were er8 like lke them thor heroes Here we go goout 1 goout
out lookin lookn for a leatherhanded leaterhaded ketch ketcher ¬
er and a a rubberarmed rubberare shortstop shortop an anbunk anbunk anbunk
bunk into innumerable Imtumerble difficulties dlfculUesUke dlfculUesUkethe like likethe likethe
the Argue Note NotsThe Not NoteThe
The Te who says sys I IThe L LThe LThe
The Argue ue Nots I expect they were werecelled wee weecUed werecelled
celled cUed that tat cause euse they didnt backtalk backtalkthe
the empire But whats this thisThe tis tisT thisThe
The T a door of our ur car slid open an the thebiggest thebigget thebiggest
biggest bigget head hed an ano pair pair o shoulders shoulder you youever youever youever
ever see was wa pushed In an the te feller fellerhad feHerha fellerhad
had ha only onl one wicked little ltte eye He sees seesus seesus seesus
us with wih it an yells yellsWotre ye18 ye18Wotre yellsWotre
Wotre you guys gys doln here hereLookin hereLokIn hereLookin
Lookin LokIn for a ball bn nine with a 8 a rubber rubbararmed rubberarmed
armed are shortstop an an a leatherhanded leatherhandedketcher leatlerband leatlerbandketchcr leatherhandedketcher
ketcher onto it says Pinch PinchBall PInchuBal PinchBall
uBal Ball players hay says sys he An he hereaches herachef hereaches
reaches rachef in an a gmbs glbs us by the collars collarsan clas clasan
an pulls puls us out out bag an 8 baggage baggageMy baggge bagggey baggageMy
My y He was wa a giant giant an no error errorMy eror erorMy errorMy
My feat didnt touch fouct the ground gound when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he had me by the collar He snaked snakedus snake
us across tha tl tracks triks through trough a stretch stretcho stJeth
0 woods wods over a a lot o plowed plowe ground groundup gound goundup
up two hills hJs over a mountain mountin waded wao a awide awide
wide river jumped over a a canyon cnyon a ahundred ahundred ahundred
hundred feat fet deep an a finally fnaly came cme to a adesert adesert adesert
desert with nuthln but sand in sight
Then he wistled wisto an a another guy like likehim lke lkehIm likehim
him come up an Pinch Pnch was passed passedover passedover
over overWe We must a traveled travele a hundred hundro miles milesover mios miosover milesover
over that tat desert an a finally fnaUy at nightfall nightfallwe nlgh I
we come to a town tw of big houses housesWe houS housesWe
We just had ha time tme to see that all the thepeople thepeple thepeople
people peple in town was wa as a big as the two twothat twothat twothat
that had us except ecept them tem that was wasyoung wasyoung
young ones an a growin gw in when we were werechucked werechucked werechucked
chucked Into a big high stone room roomThere roomThere
There was somethin to oat oat there and a alight aUght alight
light and and a lot Jt o skins skis to sleep slep on onTomorrow onTomorow onTomorrow
Tomorrow Tomorow says 5ys te the be giant gant that thatsnaked thatanake thatsnaked
snaked anake us out o the car ca you shall shallteach fhal haljteach
teach the te SInglelooker Sinrleloker community comuniy the thegame themQ thegame
game mQ 0 baseball baseballHeres b baseballHeres e I
Heres a fine fne go goO says Pinch We Wego Wego Wego
go thinkln thlnkn about abut the Argue Note an antheir anteIr antheir
their teIr giants gant an R run up against agins a bunch bunchourselves bunchourselves bunchourselves
ourselves an all al shy an eye I wonder wonderwots wonderwots wonderwots
wots the answer answerCourse answerCourse answerCourse
Course there wasnt want any so we looked lookedover lookedover
over the grub gub an ot some 8m and had ha a asmoke asmoke asmoke
smoke an an In comes nine giants gant an sets setsdown setsdown setsdown
down
downWere Were rere the SInglelooker 5lngleooer ball nine ninesays ninej ninejsays ninesays
says the one who had ha stole us They Theylooked Theylooked Theylooked
looked kind o humble an a not at atal all allfierce allfierce
fierce ferce like lke they would oat us So Pinch Pinchsets Pinchsets Pinchsets
sets up on the table to get nearer near r their theirfaces theirfaces theirfaces
faces crosses his legs an lights a butt buttIm buttIm buttIm
Im Pinch Hobbs of the Alfalfas Alfalfassays Alfalfas5ays Alfalfassays
says he This Is my side partner partnerHomeRun JartnerHomeRun partnerHomeRun
HomeRun Haggerty the greatest bat batter batter batter ¬
ter that ever lived livedExcept lIvedExcept livedExcept
Except Swottzy says they all In a achorus achorus achorus
chorus chorusBar chorusBar chorusBar
Bar none says Pinch I can prove proveIt proeIt proveit
It
Speak says their leader the man manthat manthat nianthat
that stole us while the rest murmured murmuredSwottzy munnuredSwottzy murmuredSwottzy
Swottzy forever foreverHes foreverHes foreverHes
Hes the best hitter In the world worldsays worldsays worldsays
says Pinch because bec use he once knocked knockeda
a ball leven miles milesThey mUesThey mUonThey
They set up an took notice noticeHe noticeuHe noticeHe
uHe He once hit a high fly that landed landedon
on Mars continued Pinch PinchEach PinchEacheye PinchEach
Each Eacheye eye begun to bulge out outAn outAn outAn
An finally says Pinch Ohe he can canbreak canbreak canbreak
break a abaU ball Into three pieces piec s with one onebelt onebelt onebelt
belt beltWhaaat Whaaat they all chorused chorusedbreak chorusedbreak Jorusedbreak
break a ball into three pieces piecesYep piecesYep piecesYep
Yep says Pinch Does it right rightalong rightalong rightalong
along Hes the best ever Hell make makeyour makeyour makeyour
your Swottzy man look like one dime dimetwo dimetwo dimetwo
two nickles an throe cents centsTell centsTell centsTell
Tell me says the leader bendin bendlnover bendinover bendinover
over to Pinch a scared look In his face faceTell fateTall aie aieTeIl
Tell me true can he break a steel ball ballInto ballInto ballinto
Into three pieces piecesA Dlec piecqsA s sA
A steel ball 1 says S Pinch Nobody Nobodysaid Nobodysaid Nobodysaid
said nothin about a steel ball A reg reglation reglation reglation
lation dollar and quarter ball ba1Jil3what Is what I Imean Imean Imean
mean meanA meanA meanA
A low murmur of disgust dlsg st went around aroundthe aroundthe aroundthe
the room roctnShfceksl OCmSbseksl roomSbsqcsr
Shfceksl Sbsqcsr says Y all 11 the 3ia Sixelots Sixelotswe 3co0s 3co0swe et Jls Jlsvte
we dont d t play with fcther bft balls bsU I We e
thought you meant a steel ball ballMebbe baltJtIebbe ballMebbe
Mebbe I didnt feel small Littler than thana
a 4yearold kid and about as brash brashBut brashBut brashBut
But Pinch never turned a hair hairO hairO
O course says he steel balls aint aintgot aintgot lnt lntgot
got quits the resiliency o leather ones onesbut oncsbut onesbut
but with Hag the roguts the same sameMebbe sameJaebbe sameMebbe
Mebbe that word r resiliency didnt halt haltem haltem haltem
em for a minute They looked stunned stunnedTrust stunnedTrust stunnedTrust
Trust Pinch for hurlln out the timely
talk talkHowever
However they said theyd prove all allthat allthat allthat
that the th r l8xtdey rext xt day What they wanted wantednowthT wantednow wantednow
nowthT now tbay y said was to find opt if we wecould wecould VG VGcould
could help em beat tbe Fourwlngers FourwlngersThe
The T e wot r says Pinch PinchThe PinchThe PinchThe
The Fourwingers Fourwlnger5Qur our rivals says a 5
Sllnggmln who was the one who first firstfound firsttounp firatfoun
found foun i us Ypu see e were ere up against againstit
it hard Her Heres 8 us with only one eye eyeapiece eelplooe eyeaplece
apiece an n were expected expect 3d to win the thechampeenship th thchampeenship thechapeenshIp
champeenship fm the next community oom lunfty
to the north where they all llhaV have hat two twoan twoan twoan
an an extry set of arms chuckled chqcklei In In
the bargain bargainDxtry bargainExtry bargainBxtry
Dxtry arms says Pinch PinchWhy PlncbWhy PinchWhy
Why yes Thats why theyre called
Fourwingers They all have four our arms armsan armsan armsan
an four hands an sixteen fingers an anfour anfour anfour
four thumbs What chance has a poor
bunch o oneeyed guys got with them themno themno thornno
no matter how good we are With two twoeyes twoeyea twoeyes
eyes its mighty hard to watch a pitcher pitcherwith pitcherwith pitcherwith
with two hands but where do we got gotoff getoff gotoff
off watchin with one bum eye a four our
handed t twirler Seer SeerWe See SeerWe or orWe
We nodded holdin our breaths with withastonishment withastonishment
astonishment astonishmentThen astonishmentThen astonishmentThen
Then theres their fielders If they
fumble or muff with one pair o hands
they got another pair to fall back on onThen onThen onThen
Then they stand up to the plate with withwo
two tobats wo bats
GARAGE GOSSIP GOSSIPFOR GOSSIPFOR
FOR AUTO AUTOOVINERS AUTOOVINERSMass OWNERS OWNERSMass
Mass Meeting of Local Auto Automobilists Automobilists Automobilists
mobilists to Be Held at atCountry atCountry atCountry
Country Club Today TodayEvery TodayECl TodayEvery
Every automobile in the city big lit litUe JittIe litUe
Ue and medium sized 841 gaso gaso18 ie electric electricor
or steam ie requested ted to attend the meet meating meetIng meetIng
ing of automobile owners scheduled to tobe tobe tobe
be held at the Country club at 3 oclock
Us afternoon Th The meeting is called to totalk totalk totalk
talk over the proposed pr p speedway from fromSalt fronJSalt fromSalt
Salt Lake to Saltair Garfield and back
to the city again againThe aeajnThe againThe
The committee C in charge of the con construction construcUon construction ¬
struction of this th
drive appointed at a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting of the automobile owners at the
Commercial club a week ago has been
busy since that time and 00 announce that
it has already raised considerable funds
to be used on the Ut construction cop of the theroadway thero theroadway
roadway roadwayIt ro dwayIt
It is this committee which has called
the meeting for the Country club this thisafternoon thisatt9rnooR thisafternoon
afternoon It wfll have havetlJe the plans pt nt of the thespeedway thespeedway thespeedway
speedway ready to submit at this time timeand tlm tlmand
and can give a fair idea of the total cost costof QOstof costof
of construction It desires the help of ofevery of8Ory ofovary
every auto owner in th the city clt and has hastaken hastaken hastaken
taken this manner m nJMt of putting the matter matterbefore matterbefore matterbefore
before them themLocal themLocal themLocal
Local Sales for the Week WeekLocal WeekLocal WeekLocal
Local dealers report the sales of ma machines machi machines ¬
chines chi light during tbe week w I due it t is isclaimed 15clajmed Isclaimed
claimed to the unsettled ua weather condi conditions conditions ¬
tions They say y that better business is isexpected isexpected isexpected
expected from now on One of the sales salesrapprtod salesreporWd salesreported
reported this til i week Is a a 2400 Pope Toledo Toledopurchased Toledoiurchseed
purchased d by C B Coegrove The car carhas carhas carhas
has been ordered and is expected within withina i ia
a short time H Hudgins is another anotherbuyer anotherbuyer anotherbuyer
buyer of the week He secured a Roo Rootouring Rootouring Rootouring
touring car The ShanBanOtLonger SharmanOt mger com company cornpany j
pany which handles haM this machine re reports reports reports ¬
ports that it will 1n have six cars in the theoarly theliIly theearly
early part of the coming eoml g week eek four of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which are sold soldNew soldNew soldNew
New Electric Ordered OrderedThe OrderedThe OrderedThe
The Baker Kteclrie said to be one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the beat electric machines in the city cityplaced citplaced cityplaced
placed the agency for its car with the
Utah Automobile people during the week weekManager weekManflger weekManager
Manager LeRoy Snow says a as sample mpJe car carwill carwill carwill
will be b here shortly shortlyResort S shortlyResort octIy octIyResort
Resort to Use Autos AutosAutomobiles AutosAutmoblles AutosAutomobiles
Automobiles to haul the U patrons p trtK8 of the theUtah theUtall theUtah
Utah Lake resort to and from Provo Is Isthe isthe Isthe
the latest from Utah county in automo automobiling automobiling automobiling
biling The resort people have pur purchased purchlUect purehase4 ¬
chased a fortyhorsepower rortybor epoer Oldsmobile Oldsmobilewagonette Oldsnio Oldsmobilewagonette i1e i1ewagonette
wagonette seating twelve persons pe g for this thispurpose tbispurpose thispurpose
purpose and willput will put it in commissfon at atonce atonce atonce
once Manager Snow took the machine machinedown machinedown machinedown
down to Provo P o yesterday for its first trial trialrun trialrun trialrun
run and said it made the trip in fine finestyle finestle finestle
stle styleA stleA
A recent letter from frMBan an American in inBombay inBombay inBombay
Bombay India shows that the automo automobile automobile automobile ¬
bile hs declared itself with force in that thatlocality thatlocality thatlocality
locality The following extract from his hisletter hisletter hisletter
letter shows him te b De considerable of a ahumorist ahum ahumorist
humorist hum rlst even if he isnt i an auto enthu enthusiast enthuuL enthuMast ¬
Mast siastI uL uLr
I told you OU in a previous letter that thatthere thatth thatthere
there th re were IO W iO cars cas running here in all allsizes allsizes allsizes
sizes sorts and shapes Well coming cominghome ominghome cominghome
home from my office I sometimes think thinkthere thinkthere thinkthere
there are 800000 00 Ill swear that I dodge dodgethat dodgethat dodgethat
that number Whether the lot Is got to together together together ¬
gether all at one time for my benefit or ornot ornot ornot
not I do not know knowThis knowThi6 knowThis
This correspondent possesses the fac faculty faculty faculty ¬
ulty of frankness however for he adds addsI
I do not like motor cars and never will willuntil wilIunUl willuntil
until I am able to own one That will willof willof willof
of course alter my attitude toward the theautomobile thenutomoblle theautomobile
automobile automobileThis nutomoblleThis automobileThis
This perhaps accounts for much of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the prejudice against a nat the auto Some Somepersons Somepersons Somepersons
persons always took with suspicion on onthat onthat onthat
that which they are too poor to possess possessWhat POSS9What possesWhat
What the Auto Census Taker Says SaysThe SaysThe SaysThe
The census bureau has just issued a apreliminary apreliminary apreliminary
preliminary summary of the automobile automobilestatistics automobilestatistics automobilestatistics
statistics for lOOt and the figures placed placedside placedside placedside
side by side In comparison on with the fig figures figures figures ¬
ures of 1000 makes one very inquisitive inquisitiveto
to know what similar figures for 1906 1906will 1906wUl 1906will
will read readThe readThe readThe
The report shows a very cry great increase increasein incre se sein
in the automobile manufacturing indus industry industr industry ¬
try The number of passenger and pleas pleasure pleasure pleasnrc ¬
ure cars manufactured in the United UnitedStates enltedStates UnitedStates
States in 1004 was 2138 1 against 3316 In
1900 while 1441 cars of other styles were wereproduced wereproduced wereproduced
produced against 40 40T in 1000 In 1900 there therewere therewere therewere
were 121 establishments manufacturing manufacturingautomobiles manufacturingautomobiles manufacturingautomobiles
automobiles exclusive of 47 establish establishments cetabUsltments establishmeats ¬
ments making automobile but primarily primarilyengaged primarilyengaged primarilyengaged
engaged in the manufacture of other pro products products products ¬
ducts The number of establishments in
1900 was 67 0
I IF IFThe
The Bismarck BismarckNo
No 30 West Second South street Is the therecognized therecognized therecognized
recognized headquarters for all com commercial commerolal corninerolal ¬
mercial tourists and the traveling pub public public publie ¬
lic In general jreneralSALT generalSALT generalSALT
SALT LAKE IAK TURf TURfEXCHAN TURfEXCHAlGE TURFEXGHAI6E
EXCHAN EXCHAlGE EXCHAlGEs GE
208 MAIN ST STCalifornia STCaUfomia STCalifornia
California and Eastern Race Dl Direct DlJ1ct ¬
rect wires on all Sport Sporting SportinK
inK events
Two bats says saSpi Pinch PinchYep Pich PichYep c cYep
Yep pays I Slingemin OIf If they miss misswith mleswith misswith
with one bat they clout her out with the theother tbeother theother
other Thats Tb ts whywere why twere w re guessinV guessinVYou bu guessin guessinYou sin sinYou
You bet says sa Pinch It must take takea
a pitcher with good curves to get 6t a astrike nstrike aztrike
strike on thorn fellers fellersWith fellersWith fellersWith
With what wh tf says Slingemin It was washis washf washI
his hf turn to question now nowWith nowWith nowVJth
With curves cur os says Pinch Bond Bonders Bonders Bendem ¬
ers twists Jumps shoQts an slants slantsIns alantLIn5 alantsIns
Ins outs ups drops an the spit spitWots spitWots spitWots
Wots thorn says the SInglelooker SInglelookerbunch SInglelookerbunch Singielookerbunch
bunch in one breath breathWhy breathYhy breathWhy
Why curves c rves you yo ninnies says saysPinch saysPirich saysPhich
Pinch Cant any o you ou make a ball ballcurve b811curve ballcurve
curve Cant you apply the right pros pressure Itrcssure prossure ¬
sure to a ball as It leaves your fingers fingersso
so that at a point In Its flight it Itt Itabruptly turn turnabruptly rM rMabruptly
abruptly fnji fzT II its onward course an ancause ancau3e ancause
cause the batter to gash the gale galeThe galeThe galeThe
The Singlelookors single eyes bulged bulgedagain bUlgedagain bulgedagain
again Theyre mouths was open so big bigyou bitou bigyou
you ou could a dropped dropp d a football In each eachwithout 8ehwithout eachwithout
without touchin touc ln a toothCourse tooth toothCourse toothCourse
Course we cant cantsays says gllrigemin gllrigeminIts S1taemin S1taeminIts In InItft
Its Impossible ImpossibleFriends ImJOssibJaFriends impossibleFriends
Friends Says Pinch raisin himselftip himself himselfUp himselftip
tip on the table to his hI full height go gohome gohome gohome
home Get rested Tomorrer Ill teach teachyou teilchyOU teachyou
you to Curve em an well put it over overthese overthese overthese
these fourarmed people so theyll wish wishthey Wishthey Ih Ihthey
they never seen Singlelook SinglelookAs SinglelookAs
As we was rollln up In the blankets blanketsan
an skins on the floor Pinch says saysDont aLYSDont saysDont
Dont know curves Je J e ever hear r of ofthe orthe ofthe
the like They may play with steel
baseballs but theyre twentyfive years e r8
behind the age ageTo ageTo ageTo
To be Continued ContinuedGEORGB ContinuedGEORGE ContipuedGEORGE
GEORGE WILLIAM DAY DAL DALCOP1rfght
Copyright 1906 by George William
Daley Dale
TROPHIES FOR FORTRAP FORTRAPSHOOTERS
TRAP TRAPSHOOTERS TRAPSHOOTERSMedal SHOOTERS SHOOTERSMedal
Medal and Cup Offered in inTwentyfiveBird inTwentyfiveBird inTwentyfiveBird
TwentyfiveBird Handicap Handicapfor
for Club Members MembersA
A meeting of the executive committee committeeof conmtUtof
of the Salt Lake Gun club was held yet yeetorday yettorday yestorday
torday at which whichtJme time arrangements were weremadK wermade weremade
made for or the thed disposal spoS l of the Dopont Drap nt cup cupand cupand cupand
and the club gold medal Both of Uiatw th thusetrophies Uiatwtrophies e etrophies
trophies have been offered to the dub dubto clubto clqbto
to be beJhot shot for by the members This
committee decided that twenty twent twoftty
five bird events should be shot out for
the cup Shooting will begin at ones and
last until the first of the year ear It was
decided to have regular cup and medal medalshoots medalshoots medalshoots
shoots each Wednesday afternoon and
Sunday morning This will give in all allsixty aUsixty allsixty
sixty days in which members can shoot s
their scores of twentyfive However Howevereach Howevereach Howevereach
each member must state before the shoot shootwhether shootwhether shootwhether
whether he is competing for the medal or orCUD orCUD orcue
CUD CUDThe The entire ntire club has b4 b4n dn n handicapped handicappedon
on the self sel handicap system and the high highman highman
man each day will be entitled to one onepoint onepoint onepoint I
point Each shooter falling below bel w twen twentyfive twenttive twentyfive ¬
tyfive straight will be allowed the Bum
ber of birds he misted mfseedextra extra and if these theseare theseare e eare
are broken straight It will then give ive
him a kill of twentyfive and he will b ballowed be beallowed beallowed
allowed one point This system It is be believed believed helieved ¬
lieved is the fairest handicap system systemever s8temever systemever
ever invented Total points at end of oftwenty oCtwenty oftwenty
twenty shoots will decide winners winnersWILL wInnersWILL winnersWILL
WILL SHOOT IN SHADE SHADEDenver SHADEDenver SHADEDeny
Denver Deny r Trap Club Planning for Big BigAugust BigAugust BigAugust
August Meet MeetDenver MeetDenYer MeetDenver
Denver June 9 9The The Denver Trap club clubhas clubhas clubhas
has closed an agreement whereby the theshoot thehoot theshoot
shoot of the Interstate Trapshooters as association association assedation ¬
sociation to be held in this city begin beginning beginning beginnlng ¬
ning Aug 2 21 will be on the grounds gr ttJnds < at
Berkeley lake The traps will be placed placedat
at the cast end of the lake while the thestations thestaUons thestations
stations for the shooters will be un under
the trees just south This arrangement arrangementwill
will enable the shooters to be in the theshade theshade theshade
shade all the time both when moving
from station to station and when going
to t and returning from their tents It will willalso wf11also willalso
also give them a Clear blue sky to shoot Bhootagainst shootagainst ehootagainst
against thereby enabling them to secure securethe securethe securethe
the best results Programmes Prp mmes for or the theshoot th thshoot theshoot
shoot are to be issued in n a short time timethat timethat timethat
that those intending to be present may
know what events > are to he contested ontst d i
IFIGHT FIGHT GAME IS ISDEAD ISDEAD
DEAD III ING0THAM ING0THAMGov GOUUI GOUUIGov
Gov Higgins Stand Forces ForcesPugs ForcesPugs ForcesPugs
Pugs to Seek New Fields Fieldsto
to Ply Vocation VocationBY Vocat ion ionBy
BY y < CHARLES SOMERVALE SOMERVALETwins SOM ERV ALE ALETWIll
Twins 1wa ever thus from fr lft childhoods s happy happYr happy1our
hour r etc Following the tactic us UEied uae d ever everca eVer eversince
since the th gentle art of Ifdefe M Mca became
ca came e a paying business the fight fra fraternity fraterJIlty Iraternity ¬
ternity has once more killed the goo goothat geese geoethat geesethat
that laid the golden egg Governor Jig IJiggins ig iggins
gins announcement that t fee intends Jnt to toenforce t tftlforce toenforte
enforce the theprize prize fight laws In New York Yorkha Yorkba Yorkhas
ha ba put aa a end nd te the golden goldendrain dream of oftbe oCtbe ofthe
tbe fistic promoters and reptfto reptilMd d the
army a II1Y of gladiator that has > swooped
down on Gotham from tb the ends of the theearth thfearth theearth
earth earthFor earthPor earthPer
For a tint it looked as if the theha1con halcyon
days of fighting lttl1l in th the metropolis were wereabout wtreabout wereabout
about to return S Some me crafty individual
had concocted C DC eted a plan for carrying on tti the thegame
game which the local police IJce were spr jtr either
unable or unwilling to aolveltwp solv solve It wa a
simple scheme The lights n htB were w rfit hot no ot ad advertteed advertised
vertised under the vulgar nara satire of
fight y but were were Designated ea gnated as boxing
exhibitions given ven for the amusement am1Jseme t nf
the members of duly organized athletic athleticclubs athIeUretuk athleUeclubs
clubs In order to become b me a member of ofone of0Qe ofone
one of these tb exclusive exdu tve organizations it itw itfteCHRrv itwas
w was necessary M esr to deposit dfP sft an application applicationat
at the box office accompanied a ompanted by a five
dollar bill and the official otf1dalwbo who wh presided
there would band J the nDllc tt a a tkkpt
him to the privileges ef the theclub
club until th the next exhibition In s some nie
ease the application ft blank could be di dipeiwed die diepeneed
peiwed naed with 1th but the fivedollar bill was wasan wuan wasan
an absolute necessity necessityToo DeCeMit DeCeMitToo necessityToo
Too Many Athletic Clubs ClubsAs ClubsM ClubsAs
As might be expected athletic clubs of
this kind begun to spring up like mush mushroom mushrOOllNl mushrooms ¬
room all over the city and every youth youthwith youthIf1th youthwith
with the ability or the ambition to spring Irg
a glove began to totrajn train in preparation ratl for forwere
the golden harvest Box Boxing rrep ng exhibitions exhibitionswere ns nswere
were held almost nightly In acme corner cornerof oorn cornerof r rof
of Manhattan island i nd The populace or orat orat orat
at least the sportive element e mfflt of the pop ¬
ulace looked with tth favor on the th idea and
the fourround fights fi hts which were put on onat onat onat
at finK t were gradually lengthened Th The
first really re good men who fought were
Mike Schreck and Marvin Hart who dis displayed dl displayed ¬
played their science Mie for four gory ry rounds rouadfLJoe
Jo Joe Cans and Willie Lewis werethen were then put puton putem puton
on for six rounds and finally Britt and
McGovern were matched for ten s sessions HRfouLoked sessionsLooked efam efamLooked
Looked Good for Time TimeThe TimeThe TimeThe
The succeee of the the last at battle battler from fr ni a
financial standpoint raised rat d the tb tbm hopes of ofpttgdom ofpugdom
pttgdom m to a high bl pitch It looked IOokKaa ac if ifth ifthe ifthe
th the fight fj ht fraternity rendered sbeitftrless sbeitftrlessby b ltMleEiIby
by the earthquake in San Francisco and andthe I1l1dthe
the eruption in Los Angeles An < e had found a
home at lat Ja Plans were made to hold holdtwentyround Boldtwentyround holdtwentyround
twentyround championship b fights and a to torelieve torelieve torelieve
relieve the public of barrels and barrels barrelsof
of its burdensome lucre when wh n Governor GovernorHiggins GovernorHI GovernorHiggIns
Higgins HI iM Issued i ued his fatal ultimatum It Itseems Itms Itseems
seems ms that a number of benighted bel ghted indi individual individual mdiklugI ¬
vidual who do not no believe Uev in iftt th phys physical P physical Y8 Y8kal ¬
ical development of our youth complained complainedto
to the big man in Albany and the gov governor govenwr gasernor ¬
ernor who is apparently ppflr tJy of the same be belief belief beilef ¬
lief took their complaint colRplaJntto to heart heartIf heartIf eart eartIt
If those who were ert in charge of the thegame theblUGe thegame
game had not overdone the thing ther thereis
is no doubt that boxing would be allowed allowedin
in New N w York indefinitely but then th thfight thn the thetight
fight n ht fraternity was never much on th thsf thJHtf the thesafe
sf and sane policy policyMADDEN polleyMADDEN policyMADDEN
MADDEN SINGLE AGAIN AGAINCourt AGAINCourt AGAINCourt
Court Grants Wife Divorce and Also AlsoAlimony AlsoAlimony AlsoAlimony
Alimony AlimonyCincinnati AlimonyCiadnnati AlimonyCincinnati
Cincinnati June 9 Mrs John E Mad Madden Madwas Madden ¬
den was today granted ted an absolute ah lute di divorce dIvorce dlvoree ¬
vorce from her husband th the horseman horsemanon
on the ground rouDd of grow neglect ne ect This ends endsthe endstite endsthe
the litigation IItJg tlon which bich has continued in this thisstate thisstate Jatat
state and Kentucky KentU ky for several months monthsJudge DIOftthLJudge moetheJudge
Judge Littleford who granted the di divorce dtr dtrvorce divorce ¬
vorce had previously ordered that Mn MriMadden
Madden be paid I 250 a month alimon alimonthat allmonthat alfmonthat >
that decree having been agreed to b bMr bMr bMr
Mr Madden 1 who provided for the in income I Icome income ¬
come through a farm at Le Lexington ingto o Ky KyPRIZE irJPRIZE KjPRIZE
PRIZE FOR LABOR UNION UNIONThe UNIONISTbe UNIONtThe
+ The Utah Federation Fed ntUon of o Labor has huotfered 4 4offered
+ 4 offered a mine of 1611 SO to the labor laborteam laborteam + f fteam
+ + team winning the greatest t number of t 4 4baseball
4 + baseball games between now and La Laher j
+ bor day Only unions affiliated with withi withthe
4 i ithe the Federation Fede tlon will be allowed toc to toCOfDpete tocompete t
+ + 4 compete The first tir t of these series ot otgames otgamt otgames
+ > games > s will w J1 he played this afternoon atternoonat 4
+ at the Lagoon when the plumbers plumbeniaid + 4 4f
+ f aid carpenters will meet meti 4
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SKIN DISEASES DISEASESFIERY DISEASESFIERYACID5
FIERY FIERYACID5 ACIDS INTiIE BLOOD BLOODAll
All skin diseases are due to the same cause causean an excess of acid in the theblood theblood theblood
blood caused by faulty assimilation imilation of food and poor bowel action this thisfiery thisfiery thisfiery
fiery acrid matter is forced to the surface through the pores and glands glandsPustules glandsPustules glandsPustules
Pustules are arefornied formed discharging a sticky fluid which dries and makes a crust acrustcausing crustcausing crustcausing
causing intense itching When the crusts or scabs are scratched off the theskin theskin theskin
skin is left raw and bleeding Dear SirsMy body broke out with a aSometimes aSometimes aSometimes
Sometimes skin diseases are in the rash or eruntion w which ich in spite of all allj aUd
j 2 t j t iit i efforts to cure continued to get worse vrprsathe wo worseury e
d lorm an anu d b iraniuescaiescomeon ran lik esca 1 escomeon
ury ry The itching eS1 espeoially > eoially at night was wasthefiesh wasthefiesh
the thefiesh flesh or orthesklnbecomeshardand the skin becomes hard and s simply mply ply terrible terrible I had tried many manydry manyd runnydry
dry d ry often 0 f ten cracking C rack lng and an d the th e painful pal painfulitching nf u 1 hIghly outbeneftt SSi recommended S andhearingofSSBdeter andhearingofSSBdeteritching S preparations SSif SS with
itching causes acute suffering It mined 1 to Aye s ve it ita a fair trial and wa warl was wasd wasdoes
rl d does oes o not fr ma matter t + ter h how i ow + th 1 e bou trouble Kwf bl i e < IS is ismanifested inexpressibly 1nexpressblydelightedwhena1 tIes cured me entirely entirelymanifested delightedwhea a few wbot bot botmanifested
manifested the thcause cause is the same samean an Escondido Oal z L > MAB1TO MAB1TOexcess MAImoexcess TxtA3NOexcess
excess of ofacid acid in the blood Salves powders cooling washes etc while they theyrelieve theyrclieve theyrelieve
relieve the t e itching and give the sufferer temporary comfort cannot cannotcute cure the thetrouble thetrouble thetrouble
trouble because becausethey they do not reach the acid laden blood Te best freatment freatmentj freatm treathidutS nt ntfor
for for a all s skin n diseases is S S S a remedy that thatjfto thatis
jfto P JP j m fc is purely vegetable and one which acts directly directlyfe directlyn
S S fe S B on on n the e blood with a cleansing healing effect effectk effectS
k j I B A ZB A S 8S S 8 n6113 neutralizes 265 the ke acids and purifies the theblood
1 1 B 5 S blood so that thattheskin the skin instead of being blistered blisteredP1IRFI blisteredPURELY blisteredE
PURELY P1IRFI E V VCPCTARI VEGETABLE F E and andburnedby burned by the fiery fluids is nourished by bya
runcLY U PII I I CUCIMDUC t I IIJ
a supply of cooling healthy blood Special Specialbook SpeciaJbook Specialbook
book on Skin Diseases and any medical advice desired will be furnished furnishedwithout furnishedwithout furnishedwithout
without charge THE SWIFT SPECiFiC CO A7UWTA Twniii GA GAOne A AOne
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