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UTAH STATE NEWS
a1 The Indian War Veterans will meet
In Nophl July 23 to 2D
Tho cigar makers of Salt Lake nro
r out on strike demanding an Increase
In wages
1
Brllton Valentino 31 years of ago
and n resident of Bro Texas an ItInerant
t
s inernnt painter died suddenly hi Og
den from ptomaine poisoning
t x John E < Hanson city editor of tho
r I DcKOrct NQWB and ono of tho best
1 known nowitpaper men In Utah died
f on tho 7th1 death being due to pneu
b P monla
f A E Mnrllu of tho United States
R t ecological survey Is In Utnh milking
n topOEraphlc survey of tho Daniels
Pans quadrangle in tho Ulntiih rorost
i
reserve
w t t i Thinning of sugar beets him started
I in some of tho flolds In tho beet dis
y tricts and all the boys and girls who
+ aro willing to work can now get em
ployment
+ ua j W H Itlston a switchman nut
i t elded in Salt Luko City by throwing
ire a himself under u heavily loaded dray
i It i the wheels pausing over his head and
j breaking his neck
d
F Tho Hurrican canal In Washington
ui
r r county which was begun in 1893 la
r 1 finished Tho canal is six and three
mf m
+ t y quarters miles long and will reclaim
xrJ 1COO acres of land
f
Ytl L v John Spires at Ogden this year
1 I shef41J 100000 pounds of wool from
r i his flocks and has sold 7GOOO pounds
ol this to an eastern rool buying firm
rc at 22 cents per pound
1n Thero are threo very Important
y projects under way nt Vernal a roller
mill electric lighting plant and a
ti
i a telephone exchange A water system
is looked forward to next
e 41 Frnnklo Itussell aged 5 climbed to
the third story of a building In Salt
1 J Lake City and fell through n skylight
tc to the ground sustaining Injuries that
ti will probably prove fatal
Noll West and his two year old boy
had II et close call from death I by light
ning at Lohl As It was Mr West
e 1 was sunned by tho shock std his arm
x a was halt paralyzed for several hours
r r Andrew Madson un aged citizen ol
Im x 3 i t Alt Pleasant while unhitching a
< t horse was knocked down nnd run
over his leg being broken nnd his
Y head badly cut lie is in a precarious
condition
1 The Denver Rio Grande has com
menced tho making of Improvements
1 on an extensive scale In Green Illver
i nail the report is current in tho town
i that thou phico Is to be mailo a di
Mc 1 vision point on the system
May was a healthy month in Salt
n
+ hake City Tho number of deathb
rime
r s during the month was 87 ns com
pared with 114 In the same month last
zyi year The death rate for tho month
per 1000 of population was 102
Human bones were uncovered in a
i t trench being dug by workmen in Salt
4L v Lake City last week It is probablo
rxr the bones are those of some Indian or
s early settler ns no other explanation
for their being there can bo given
iy l 1 A pctltlpu is being circulated in tho
t north end + ot Utah county asking that
the county commissioners mako of
tho American Fork canon wagon
f road H county highway in place of a
toll road controlled by a corporation
t k 1 Tho threoyenrold daughter of Mi
i s and Mrs Jens LIndrup or Epnrlnm
j fell Into a tub of boiling water while
a playing around the kitchen floor and
ttk i was literally parboiled Medical ala
r was summoned nt once but tho child
Li died
w a diedThe it i
The various hospitals in Salt Lake
liavo been assessed this year for
rs taxes This In tho result of a decision
f I
of tho supremo court In a suit where i
r F I the principle was clearly laid down
k
r that tho hospitals are not charitable
institutions
Olnf Solbcrg an oldtime prospector
I antI miner in the Mitrysvnlo district
4 was instantly crushed to death by a
rF m caveIn at tho Franklin tunnel of tho
log Cabin Mining company near
r f Alnrysvale and Clarence Outzon was
slightly injured
11 a1 1j A caveln in the Annie Laurie mine
4 l at Kimberly Gold mountain en tombed
lr apt nine mon and u mule for about six
teen hours from 4 oclock Tuesday
iJ afternoon to 8 oclock Wednesday
Elf tr morning All wero rescued without
suffering serious injuries
t Cyrus E Dallln the noted sculptor
n native of Utah and former resident
8 of Salt Lake has Just completed at
1 his studio In Boston tho two princi i
pal groups of the pylon of tho Sol
4 °
i diers monument at Syracuse N Y
which Is to cost 100000
l j
John S Burleson aged 19 an A D
Ill r messenger boy was fatally injured
rt s la1 by running into u wagon Shaf in Salt
Lake City while riding rapidly down
1 r Ir the street on his wheel The shaft
i
penetrated his left lung and he died
without regaining consciousness
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Mill STORMS IN I
MIDDLE STATES
Indiana and Illinois Visited by
a Tcrnado in Which Many
Lives Arc Lost
Over a Score of People Known to
Have Met Death While the Num
ber of Injured Will Reach Forty
and Property Damage Is
Enormous
Chicago Twentynine known dead
and forty persons injured constitute
the list oC casualties resulting from
storms of tornado severity which
swept over southern Illinois nnd In
diana and central Kentucky Saturday
These fatal visitations camo In tho
shape of cloudbursts high winds and
electrical disturbances Tho prop
erty damage will reach many thou
sands of dollars House were swept
away bridges demolished and thou
sands of acres of growing crops de
stroyed
Tho town of New Minden ill
twentyfive miles southeast of St
Louis wa visited by a tornado which
killed four people and injured a
score of others
At Grndyvllle Ky a cloudburst Is
said to have caused tho loss of from
ten to fifteen lives nnd washed away
eight residences
At York III twenty fivo or thirty
houses wore destroyed and a number
of people were killed 1
Tho storm is said to have been es
pecially severe In southern Indiana
and at Farmorsburg and Sullivan
much damage was done by wind and
rain
Duquoln 111 was also visited by
tho game storm that Caused tho de
struction of York i
A number of houses wero blown
down but no lives were lost I
EFFECT OF THE BAD WEATHER
Murder Suicide and All Kinds of
Crime Rampant In Chicago
Chicago Chicagos suicide record
was broken In May when fiftyfive
persons ended their lives Tho cor
oners office and Forecaster Cox say
tho weather Is responsible tho In
crease
The coroners books show that all
records in tho history of Cook coun
ty wore broken In May There were
10D cases of selfdestruction so far
this year when tho office closed Satur
day and tho effect of tho weather
is to bo seen in tho increasing scale
January led with twentyftvo cases
February had twentynine March
hirtyseven April fortysix May
Y Seven cases were reported
In tho first seven days of June Tho
effect on all sorts of crime also was
manifest In tho first five months of
the year thero were seventyfive mur
ders twentytwo of which were com
mitted in May
Former Famous Naval Officer Kills
Wife and Suicides
Biloxi Miss Captain John Walker
shot and killed 1 his wife and then
killed himself on Saturday Captain
Walker was nn officer in tho United
States navy with Perry on his mem
orable trip to Japan was a captain in
tho Confederate navy with command
of tho Mississippi and Louisiana coast
loot and at the time of his death was
president of tho Bank of Biloxi Ho
was ono of tho best known men in
this section of the south The trag
edy occurred during a dispute
Thaw Preparing His Defense
New York Notwithstanding tho re
ports that Harry K Thaw now in the
Tombs prison awaiting his second
Mal for the killing 1 of Stanford White
has engaged a now director general
fqr his counsel it is learned that ho
hag reached no final decision with his
lawyers as to who will direct his do
cnso when ho is called again to the
bar Within tho solitude of his cell
Thaw works unceasingly on the evi
dence adduced at his trial preparing
a I defense which he will submit to his
counsel
Two Killed In a Los Angeles Trolley
Car Accident
Los AngelesTwo passengers a
man and n woman were almost In
stantly killed and upward of fifteen
others were more or less seriously In
jured early Sunday evening when a
citybound trolley car of the Los An
geles Hallway company jumped tho
track while rounding n sharp curve at
Colorado and Center streets and
turned completely over Tho car was
going at a high rate of speed I
Burled Up to Her Neck
Sacramento After an all night
search for Miss
Toddy Wright
a
egress accused of making an assault
with a razor on Miss Edna Ilellly tho
police found tho woman burled up to
her neck In a sand lot near the South
ern Pacific depot Miss Wright had
lain In the sand all night waiting for
the departure of a delayed train for
larysvllle During the night six
negroes acted as scouts for Miss
Wright and kept her informed of tho
movements nf the nonce
LAWYERS INHND TO BREAK
i
DOWN ORCHARDS STORY
Defense Is Laying the Foundation foi
the Charge That Steunenbergs
Assassin Was Hired by Mine
Owners
faire Idaho Slowly but surely
thu defense In the Haywood trial is
developing tho lines by which It i
hopes to break down tho story of
Harry Orchard so far as It affects
Haywood now on trial Moycr and
PetUbonc who are yet to bo tried on
the same charge If it is possible to
heap further obllquy on tho witness
they have done so by proving him
capable of petty crimes By his own
admission he Is a bigamist a thief a
liar and an Incendiary Ho has played
tho traitor to his employers lie has
deserted two wives and his child Tc
all these offenses ho has been forced
to confess but under a gruelling ex
amination by Richardson ho has stuck
to his story and given chapter and
verse Possible witnesses after wit
nesses have been named and counsel
for tho defense state most positively
that tho pile of sworn testimony they
will bring to contradict Olchnrd must
convince the Jury of the entire falsity
of his testimony By their questions
they have plainly Indicated their in
tention to prove that Orchard was the
hired agent of the mine owners who
harassed by the Western Federation
of Miners determined to wipe union
labor from the mines of Idaho and
Colorado planned assassinations
train wrecks and mine explosion
that could bo laid to the door of the
Western Federation of Miners and
would keep militia on tho ground
while nonunion men worked In tho
mines
It has been shown under tho cross
examination that Orclmixl trafficked
with railroad detectives in tho mining
xiglon of Cripple Creek during tho
great strike there while almost at
the samo time ho was in the confi
dence of tho leaders of the Western
Federation of Miners and led by Mr
RIchardson Orchard has stated that
ho was hired by Moyer the president
of the Federation to act as his guard
Against thugs alleged to have been
hired by the mine owners to attack
and terrorize him
From half a dozen states witnesses
will be called to deny Orchards asser
tions Already two men accused by
Orchard of complicity In the plots ho
says wore hatched within tho inner
clrclo of the Western Federation
have been called upon tho stand in
open court where they sat as spec
tators Orchard has identified them
us tho men ho named and Billy Eas
terly and Owney Barney have openly
sneered their denial of the testimony
Tho court room scene Is remark
sblc possibly the most remarkable
ever seen in any court Session after
session since Orclinrd first went on
tho stand a crowd has sought admis
sion Every seat is filled long before
the sheriff calls tho court to order
Hundreds are turned away The
prisoner Hnywood has a battery of
six lawyers Tho state has four Hay
woods family his wife mother sis
ter and two daughters sit close be
hind him but the prisoner watches
every detail consults counsel contin
uously and Is always alert seldom
showing the slightest sign of emotion
Between counsel for tho stdto and
defense the feeling is very apparent
At every session there comes a I quick
cxchango of sharp words At times
the situation becomes intense J H
Hawley the senior counsel for the
state is quick to anger and down
right In his challenge United States
Senator Borah his colleague is keen
quick of tonguo and sarcastic Rich
ardson for tho defense has a re
sonant voice that rises in anger and
Impatient of interruption ho frequent
ly flings a sneer at Hawley or Borah
or thunders his objections when ho
thinks nn interruption out of place
Clarence Darrow sits beside him as
watchful as a cat Slow of action and
of speech lie seldom takes part In
the passages and is ever ready to
smooth tho ruffled feelings of either
Udc
STILL AT HEAD OF UNION
Western Federation of Miners Stand
by Men on Trial at Boise
Denver According to an announce
ment In tho latest Issue of the Min
ers Magazine a movement will bo in
augurated at the fifteenth annual con
vention of the Western Federation of
Miners which opened In this city on
Monday for tho consolidation of all
labor unions
That Charles H Moyer will bo con
tinued ns president and William D
Haywood as secretarytreasurer of the
organization Is tho consensus of opln
ion among the delegates who have al
ready arrived The charter prohibits
tho election of officers not upon tho
floor of the convention hall but pro
vides that officers shall hold over un
til their successors aro chosen The
election of president and secretary
treasurer it Is agreed will be passed
again as It was last year
The delegates already on tho ground
are unanimous In declaring that Har
ry Orchards statements connecting
the federation officers with the crimes
ho committed are a network of lies
Railroad Wreck In Montana
Great Falls MontDy tho wreck
Ing of nn eastbound freight train on
tho Mountain Central near ths place
Sunday morning twelve cars loaded
with ore and sheep wero derailed
Two hundred sheep wero killed and
Brakeman Frank Pollock of this city
was almost instantly killed Tho
wreck was caused by the breaking of i
a rail as tho engine > passed over Tho
thirteenth carwas the first to leave
the track Truffle wan delayed 13
hours Pollock leaves a wife
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uv
I PEACE MR NOT FOR
lONG SUffERING PEOPLE
Nicaragua and Salvador Fly at Each
Other Throat and War Again
Hovers Over the Land
f
Mexico City Nicaragua and Salva
dor are at war Late Tuesday after
noon Dr Manuel Delgado minister to
Mexico from Salvador received tho
following telegram from President
Flgueioa
San Salvador Juno HThis
morning tho revolutionists captured
the port of Acajulta They were com
namled by General Manuel Itlvas and
came from Corlnto on tho gunboat
Momometombo armed by tho presi
dent of Nicaragua In this manner
Zflnya complies with the treaty of
peace of Ainnpnla which was entered
Into with the Intervention of the
American government
Acajulta Is the most Important sea
port of Salvador where all of the Pa
cific liners make regular calls It was
but poorly defended and the Nlcara
guans and Salvadorean revolutionists
landed easily it Is in rail commu
nication wltirthe capital of the repub
lic to or from which point troops con
be conveyed In six hours
GATHERING OF WITNESSES
Prominent Men From Different States
to Testify In Haywood Trial
Boise IdahoThe arrival of wit
nesses Is an interesting feature of tho
case Men whose names have been
connected with tho history of the
mining troubles and tho bloodshed In
Idaho and Colorado are seen contin
ually on the streets In the court room
or hotel lobbies Angus Sutherland
the little Scotchman who was sheriff
of Shoshone county In tho Coour
dAlenes himself a famous gun fight
er the marshal of Victor Colo who
went through the stirring times of
trouble there In 1903 and 1904 Bulk
eley Wells the former adjutant gen
eral of Colorado who dug up the
bomb planted to kill Governor Pea
body and who was In charge of the
special train that ran from Denver to
Boise with Moyer Haywood and Pet
tlbono on and which Is generally
called the kidnaping trip and a dozen
other men of that ilk are here and
will participate in the trial as wit
nesses
One of these n PInkerton detective
will testify that ho has been a mem
her of tho Western Federation of
Miners for some years and during
that time he was president of a lodge
lIe while not a member of the execu
tive board was In their confidence up
to a certain point and at the samo
time was making regular reports to
the detective agency
This man will be a formidable wit
ness for the state His employment
to Join the Western Federation and
learn their secrets Is In line with the
detection of the Molly McGuIres In
Pennsylvania and which led to tho
conviction of the men accllsed Cap
lain James McParland who has had
charge of the present caso since the
arrest of Orchard and who Is now the
superintendent of the PInkerton
agency with headquarters at Denver
was the detective who joined the Mol
ly McGuIres and secured the secrets
iff UJ organization
Orchard Plotted to Blow Up 150 Non
Union Men
Tuesdays Inquiry developed more
shocking crimes At Globeville n
dia
bolical plot Orchard swore It was In
spired by Max Mallch the defense
claimed that Orchard was Its author
to dynamite a boarding house where
150 nonunion men lived and in pre
paration for the murder en bloc Or
chard Adams and a man named Joe
Mnhatlck broke Into two magazines
and stole 600 pounds of dynamite
which they lugged home at night and i
burled in their cellar The crime was
abandoned Orchard said In one of
those Hashes that make his testimony
remarkable because Haywood Inter
vened and forbade hi into have any
thing to do with It
WANT WAR WITH UNCLE SAM
Political Plot of Japanese Said to
Have Been Unearthed
Washington That the Japanese of
ho Pacific coast and the progressives
a political party of Japan have en
tered into an alliance which has tho
earmarks of an International
con
spiracy with the overthrow of the
present ministry In Japan and the an
nulment of tho clause in the Immigra
tion bill excluding Japanese coolie
labor from continental United States
as the ultimate objects was learned
authoritatively here on Sunday The
preliminary stops In this scheme It IB
said will bo to Induce the Toklo
goy
ernment to recall Viscount Aoki the
Japanese ambassador to the United
States and to demand an apology and
perhaps an indemnity from this goy
eminent for the alleged acts of vlo
lance against Japanese subjects re
siding In San Francisco
Train Lost a Car
Knight WOA peculiar accident
occurred Just east of
here On ac
count of the unstable condition of the
rack a freight train on the Union
Pacific road was running over the
place at a onomllo per hour rate of
speed when the eighth car from the
engine Jumped the track and turned
bottom Bide up The derailed car
rolled fur enough from the track so
as to leave the main lIne clear The
freight was coupled up again and tho
train proceeded on Its way
NEWS SUMMARY
Lebanon Tenn ol
In a 1 wreck near
on tho train nil but
the sixty peoplo
three were Injured
The Goethe and Schiller monument
German citizens to the
n girt of the
city of Cleveland 0 was dedicated
on Sunday
The Union Pacific railroad an
nouncca It will l slJlnd l 51000000 in
building un air line cutoff between
Omaha and Lincoln
At least five persons arc dead as o
result of au explosion of a carload ol
giant powder on the Chiefly Indiana
Southern railroad at Rcddlck 111
Entangled In the ropes of his para
chute John 1uepura an aeronaut 01
Utica N Y met death by drowning
In the Minnesota liver near Granite
Falls Minim
Paul Kles William Stofteben and
Nicholas Flrret were drowned In tho
Mississippi at Dubuque Iowa by the
capsizing of a skiff Two other occu
pants were rescued
Two detectives were killed and two
officers and three other persons
wounded In a street of Lodz on tho
4th by a bomb thrown at the police
officials by terrorists
Two hundred striking longshore
men about twenty nonunion men and
several policemen hau a pitched bat
tlo In Jersey City A number of tit °
men wore badly Injured
Tho president of tho Trades Coun
cil of Birmingham Ala has Issued
an order declaring off tho general
strike In sympathy with tho locked
out street car employes
While King Peter of Sorvia was
out riding hIs horse becamo fright
end and tho king was thrown from
the saddle Ho was badly shaken but
not dangerously Injured
Tho International Socialist Con
gress at Brussels on Sunday passed
a resolution condemning the prosecu
tion of members of tho Western Fed
oration of Miners in Idaho
A special dispatch from Hong Kong
says Mr Follard a Methodist mission
ary at ChacfungFu has been mer
cllessly beaten by the Chinese His
lung was pierced by a weapon
The National society of tho Sons
of tho American Revolution In session
at Denver elected Nelson A McClnry
of Chicago president general to suc
ceed C A Pugsley of New York
E H Harriman in an interview
says Any report that the Harri
man roads need any more money
than will be raised under the recent
financing has no basis of foundation
Bernard Bauer a diamond mer
chant was found in his office in Mel l
bourne Australia with a crushed
skull and died In a few hours u
bag containing J50000 worth of gems
is missing
ft is reported that tho China Inland
mission station at Kalhsion in tho
province of Szechuan has been
wrecked by rioters but that the Ger
man missionary in charge and bin
family escaped
A street car ran Into a train loaded
with pots full of molten metal at Bir
mingham Ala which set the car on
lire and entirely consumed It Sever
al persons arc said to have been
burned to death
G Otto Elterlch whose homo is at
Freeport L I and business In New
York City and Mrs Emily M Mc
Lean of New York were drowned
while boating upon the Thames near
Cliveden England
The body of the man discovered In
a soap factory in Cincinnati has been
identified as that of Panko Bukowski
a Gallclan Nothing new has de
veloped except that Indications of mil
clue are considered very strong
Margaret Butler 1C years old
whose legs were crushed off In the
wreck on the Cleveland Southwest
ern Electric line at Elyria Ohio on
Decoration day Is dead making eight
frailties as a result of the collision
Helen M Gougar tho well known
temperance leader and lecturer
dropped dead at her homo In Lafay
Otto Ind of heart failure She was
70 years of
ago and for
many yean
had been a leading temperance
tor aglta
torMrs
Mrs Mary Spaugh has been acquit
ted at Centervllle Mo of complicity
in tho killing of Sheriff Polk One of
her sons is under sentence of death
and another is
serving a life sentence
In the penitentiary for the same
crime
Serious disorders have again broken
out at Kermanshah
Persia in con
sequence of election disputes There
has been considerable
loss of life
The peoplo are divided
Into
two fac
dons one ° f which the
goernmeut
favors
A tornado struck threo miles
west
of Docatur Texas The
district
coy
tired by tho storm
was narrow but
much
damage was done to
No lives property
were
lost
Two
residences
were
destroyed
and a number
er or
were barns
blown down
William Waite aged 45 commltteQ
suicide
in n
spectacular
manner
at
Superior
WIs Just
before
a Great
Northern
train
canio along
knelt beside the track Walto
placed
his
neck upon the rail and
struck and decapitated hung on UQUI
GROUNDKEEPlNr
IS NOW AN
TRICKS IN
CARE
QF BASE
DIAMONDS THAT
GREAL
AFFECT GAME
GREENS FASTER
THAN REF
How the Great RU8le
111 iii
His
Was Made Powerless
by the
Baltlmores Years AgoDllft
fielders Want Their Terr
Territory
Y
Hard or Soft
According
to
Particular Style
That the baseball 7arks
parks of the
try are today much more
to fast baseball than COn
the
greens
our forefathers n
swatted and
and swore is admitted b It
by all n
keeper Tom Murphy
said
day that the
when he
was the
ket
Union Park ball yard In Daltlnil
1894 the
Oriole X
manager used 14
gard tho art of regulating the
to suit the players as one ol the
important features of the Zf
sport hat
When tho New York clubwaifc
Ing tho Orioles for the National was i
pennant and every game cOunted
tho Baltimore bunch learned
that
Giants were going to pitch Ru
fast twirler who always
want
high hurling hill Murphy cut
tho mound and
scooped
out
they
p
ors box before
the
game HanlOll
in a slabman with a slow ball ti
was generally batted
to
one
oneot
fielders and nuslo
was
pow ripa
field the bunts which the Oriole
down On another
occasion
the i
and third base
foul lines
were aU
raised and the paths graded In sort
angle that It
was Impossible
fa
bunt to roll out and become
at I
Tho Orioles had a promising Jot
huntsmen but the Louisville
was weak in this line and that i
why it was done Needless to i
Willie Keeler and Johnny JtcGi
later known as Muggsy were ca
kids with the short stick and
Louisville third
baseman was ol
to tho bench by his manager Jh
Collins being brought In from t
field to take the sack and try to
some of those awful lobs which
runners hud been beating out T
was Collins first work In the J h
and ho never left It afterwards
Some parts of a diamond are K t
hard and some are liberally suji
with sand and are soft It all depe
on the nature of tho batters oft
team that is to tie up with the he
boys and the big league grounds
have a complete tab on every nun
their league as to hitting and parti
lar style of fielding Many InfteUt
delight for the ball to como to them
the briskest sort of a bound rt
others enjoy scooping them onto 1
sand and halo tho ilsk of amisitf
meat in catching up n bounder T
man with tho hoe knows this a
finds out the Innermost longIngs ri
players soul If ho is like grei
lightning In his movements the 1st
er will tell the groundsman tog
him n macadam finish for his Ifr
tory but If his think tank works tIc
ly he will want It softly please
Griffith Gets Earl Moore
Pitcher Earl Moore of Cleveii
has been traded to New York I
Pitcher Walter Clarkson and Out
er Delehanty Moore is a hlgh t
pitcher and should prove of mater
aid to the almost twlrleilcss Hi I
landers Al Orth has been doing D
of the work so far this season an
Is hoped Moore will be able to d I
some of the burden oft Smiling >
shoulders Outfielder Hill Cong
as sold to tho Boston Ante
when tho deal for Delelianty was ci
pletcd It Is likely the exHlghlas t
will be a permanent fixture In it
field for tho Clovelands
Trotters l
Flick Takes to the
Elmer Flick tho Cleveland otitt
or is a trotting horse enthusiast 4
has made the game a profitable
Ho has a hobby of picking up unto
youngsters giving them their 111
education In winter and then dispos
of them nt a good profit Just oorl
has a colt by Brunello the latter
full brother to Ananias 203 11
veteran trainer Davo Muckle thou
well enough of the youngster to it i
him to tho 01 ell 111 0 track where
will bo trained
I REDS HAVE A GREAT FIND
k
+ f 1 r r
Del Mason
Few National I1
pitchers In tho
aro showing better form than pel
1M
has
son tho young man who
himself to ho ono of the finds old
season Ho has not been hit Wr
any of his garnet and Ifl t + tatbi t >
cago and New York a t trc
holding the Glnnts down t tCPC
I lb mnlnr1I
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