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Now York Jan 19 WllHam A
Frady who rose from a hustler on a
train to become one of the leading
theatrical managers of the day using
as his stepping stone to fame and or
t tune the managerial berth for two
worlds heavyweight champions has
spoken and given an opinion on the
outcome of the meeting next Fourth
r I of July between Jim Jeffries and Jack
Phyeical culture experts fight man
ngers ana everybody almost have hal
their little say but none were so
lucid Jn their deductions an Is Brady
He Is ono who knows a fighter from
I I his fihoe laces to the last hair on hln
I head Here Is what Billy says of
I the two men
The talk about Jeff not being able
to come baok and get Into shape to
I fight Jack Johnson in ridiculous Jeff
t i has a bettor chance to come back
than Corbett did and the latter sure
U ly came back when ho traveled
twentythree rounds with Jofrlos at
Coney Inland throe years after he
G was knocked stiff by Fltx at Carson
GG CityMow
I Mow If Corbett could get Into con
dition there U no reason In the world
why Jeff who never dissipated much
I cant regain physical perfection He
li now at the age of a man In the
prime of life and I look for him to
enter the ring with Johnson better
than he over roe
Will Have to do Better
But he will have to do bettor than
that even to beat Johnson The big
negro Is the greatest fighter Jeff ever
fucod I have seen Johnson fight and
take It from me that hes there with
everything He has the best left hand
cf any big fellow the ring ever pro
Dont lot them gull you with stuff
about the negro having climbed to the
front at the expense of little men
The little men he beat are pretty
shifty fighters
Jeff to the greatest natural fighter
the ring erer produced He was en
dowed TUb all the physical qaallflca
tlons of a champion when I saw him
work with Corbett while Pompadour
Jim was training for tho Fltz fight
It was no trouble polishing Jeff
into a champion The ring nover
saw his equal as a defensive fighter
but Im afraid Johneon will force him
to do the lending and If he can make
the white champion come to him It
will be Intercetmg to see how the big
boflArmateer conducts himself I
Oorbett Fits Sharkey and Ruhlln
carried the fight to Jeff All he had
to do was to crouch down and let the
otber fellows pound themselves to
plooee against tho armour that nat
ure endowed him with If Johnson
can open him up and make him do
the leading and you cnn never tell
what Is going to happen In a pugil
istic content Id hntc to predict the
The negro Is as crafty as they
make them He has never been
thoroughly tested in the ring All
his fights have been gallops for him
Crowd a negro hard and hoil fight
back like a tiger Ring fear will
never bother Johnson
Tho fight looks like a pretty oven
c i thing to me If I thought Jeff would
e I strip fit as a fiddle and run the fight
to suit himself that IB to say make
the negro do the leading Id like to
I have a small wager on Jim
I If on the other hand ho falls to
enter the ring fit and ready and tries
y to carry the fight t < the black Id
rofcr to have ofamall ticket on the
Battling Nelson Is cither afraid to
fight or else he would other pickup
easy money for exhibitions than do
feud his title to the lightweight cham
pionship declared Cyclone Johnny
Thompson of Sycamore Ills who was
I In Ogden yesterday afternoon en routo
to Son Francisco where he Is to
fight Tommy McCarthy 20 rounds on
January 2th
After I whip McCarthy said I
Johnny I nm going after Ad Wol
gast I think that I can get a match
i with him After that I want a chance
at thc champion I am entitled to
I a match already according to my
record and If he does not sign up
It will not be my fault If I can get
I on with Nelson I believe there will
I he a new lightweight chnmplon I
Johnny asserted that he did not ex I
pect a losers end and to show his
I sincerity declared he was willing to
fight either Xelnon or Wolgast win
I ner take all and In addition would
l put up any part of 55000 as a aide
II bet Since his last visit to OgdenThomp
son who Is really an adopted son of
j local ortdom hall left Barney Llch
cnsteln who was then his manager
f He in now managing his own affairs
I Thompson was apparently in as good
condition as ever and during his
slay here visited a number of his old
I friends It Is possible that he maybe
he matched for a contest to be staged
I here between this time and spring
Salt Lake Jan 1SFor several I
days past thero have been a number
of rumors afloat to the effect that the
management of the Salt Palace track
would be changed during tho coming I
season harry Hoagren who success
fully managed tho track for several
I seasons It has been persistently ru
mored will retire and he is to bo BUG I
ceedod by either Diok Grames or Ivor
I Redman or both Also It Is under
stood Francis Heath general manag
I or of the Salt Palace resort will be
actively associated with the manage
ment of the track
From what can be deduced from
the conflicting stories afloat tho ob
jection to Heagren Is that he comes
too high His ability as a successful
manager Is conceod but the manager
of the resort believes that he could
secure a satisfactory manager tot
less money An yet no one has been
signed as manager and unless some
arrangement for a manager Is made
I soon difficulty will be experienced
Because It Is generally known that
Frank L Gardner official representa
tive of tho N C A in Salt Lake b
openly In favor of Heagren as mana
ger of the track it Is probable that
an attempt mal be made to have
some one else appointed to succeed
him It Is said that n letter has
been written to Chairman Kolsoy ask
ing that Charlie Berry be named to
supercede Mr Gardner
Relative to the bicycle track trouble
Mr Gardner said this morning
I consider Harry Hcagren the only
man in Utah capable of successfully
managing that track Hoagren has
had greater success managing the
Salt Palace saucer than anyone else
who has ever managed It Twice he
pulled tho track out of a blacklist
and placed It In good standing
From the standpoint of the public
I believe that It would be unfortunate
to have anyone save Heagren ap
pointed > manager Ho can set the
riders and he ian furnish good sport
in spUe of adverse conditions I do
not believe there Is another man In
tho state who would give the patrons
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ofd the track as much satisfaction as
would Heagrcn
Relative to ray own case I will say
that I believe Chairman Kelsey Is
competent to select his official repro
sentatlyc without any suggestions
from me Further than that 1 should
prefer not tQ discuss the question
Tampa Fla Jan ISTho book
makers were given the worst drubbing
today since the meeting began do
splto the fact that three of the fa
vorites won Queen Load hammered
from eight down to three Locust Bud
from three to even John Garner from
six to three contributed to the heavy
losses The weather was line Sum
mnrFirst race six furlongs soiling
Queen Load won Frank Patton sec
ond Daisy B third Tlmo 120 1 b <
Second race six furlongs selling
Judge Sauflcy won i Layfette sec
ond Dr Young third Time 120
Third race five and onehalf fur
longs soiling Ixjcust Bud won Tem
per second Necklet third Timer
112 15
Fourth race seven furlongs sell
ing Frank Flesh r won The Clown
second Nellio Burgess third Time
134 45
Fifth race five furlongs selling
John Garner won Bllllo HIbbs sec
ond John Moscr third TIme 104
Sixth race mile and a sixteenth
selling Bannoqk Bob won Great Ju
bilee second Walter Lake third
Time JS5 15
Denying that she is an Improper
person to have the custody of her min
or children Mrs Mary Rio yester
day tiled with the District court a
cross petitlon to that of her divorced
husband In which he asked that tho
children awarded to the mother whon
the divorce was granted some tlmo
ago be given to him and that he
would provide a good home for them
with his mother
Mrs Rice admits that tho children
have been left in the care of a Mrs
Dean In this city for several weeks
but this was done she says because
she did not want them to bo aubJ t
ed to the hardships of a railroad con
struction camp where she and her
second husband have been employed
for some time Mrs Rico says that
20 a month was paid to Mrs Dean
for the care of the children and that
they were not neglected In any man
ner despite the charges of hor divorc
ed husband that the children had
been abandoned
Mrs Rico nays that tho children
have been kidnapped from tho homo
of Mrs Dean and that they are bo
big concealed by Rice to prevent her
from finding them She asks the
court to order the return of the chil >
dren to her and to refuse the peti
tion of Rice to have the children make
tholr home with his mother who the
petitioner says Is blind and Incapable
of caring for them
The petitioner also asks the court
to modify tho divorce decree allowing
her 26 a month alimony Instead of
10 as provided for In the decree
After making an unsircccsslul effort
to live with her husband for the past
two years Mrs Emma Haley yester
day decided that patience had ceased I
to be a virtue and filed a divorce com
plaint In the District court in which I
Hbo makes some f Jonal charges II
against Thomas Haley
Once before on July 15 190S her
married life became so unbearable as 1
to prompt her to bring a suit for di
vorce she says but the action was
withdrawn after Haley promised to
treat her bettor This reform lasted
for about three months she says
whon Haley again began abusing her
The marital troubles of the Halcys
began according to the complaint or
July I 190S when Haley drew a
heavy hammer and threatened U to
strike his wife and then choked hor
unmercifully The next day ho con
tinued his abuse she says by calling
her vll i names In tho presence of
her children Conditions becoming
Intolerable Mrs Haley says she filed
the action for a divorce on July 15 I
but later It was withdrawn
The climax to the 111 treatment re I
celved at her husbands bands was
reached on January 15 of this year
she says when Haloy spat In her
face and In the presence of her chil
dren applied to her the vilest epithets
Mrs Haley aakn the court for an
absolute divorce reasonable alimony
and the distribution of the property
acquired by their joint efforts which
consists of the home place at 21H
Healy avenue which Is valued at
Licenses to marry were Issued by
the count clork yesterday to the fol
George W Thompson Salt Lake
and Dorothy E Young Ins Angeles
Charles C Hart and Hattie M
Smith both of IMontello
Charles H King Memphis Tenn
and LydIa Easlcy Ogden
Charles H Telford Weal Weber
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Tyler Bingham and Christina Pearl
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spent more than a year with Hubert
Latham in Franco where he operated
machines of tho Curtlss type together
with others During the exposition
he returned to America and gave per I
formances with a dirigible at the big
While returning to the east last
October he stopped In Ogden then and
I was favorably Impressed with the cll I
mate Speaking yesterday of the pro
p rad aviation meet for Utah next I
summer ho declared that more ideal
climatic conditions or a more sultablt
location could not be found In Ameri
ca Ho hopes to bo able to exhibit
hero during the present year and will
begin a series of flights In Michigan
carl In the spring
John Wotatcln Shupe a woll known
resident of Ogden died Tuesday oven I
Ing at 1005 p m at his home 1820
Washington avenue He was the vic
tim of a paralytic stroke Mr Shupo
was born in Rich Valley Wytho coun
ty Virginia on the Oth day of Sep
tember 1510
He came to Utah in 1S52 going oast
again In the year 1SC3 to bring on
some of tho Mormon immigrants ana I
has resided here ever since Ho was
a staunch member of the Mormon
church and belonged to the Fifty
third quorum of Seventies From his
first famllv he is survived by but one
son Brigham Shupe his wife and
three of his sons having died pre
viously I
From his second family he is sur
vived by his wife Annie Shupe Wal
ter K Hobor Victor Clarence Guy
and Emily Pearl Mr Shupe has
many relatives In the city and a host
of friends who will grieve his death
Funeral services will be held Fri
Local lovers of literature are anti
cipating with pleasure the appearance
of William Thureton Brown pastor
of the First Unitarian church of SoIL
Lake City and representative of that
faith in this state In a series of eight
lectures which will be devoted to
The World and Man In the Light
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