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I SPORTS
BIG RECEPTION
FOR J i JEFFERIE
Salt Lake Jan OThere Is not H
shadow of a doubt said Tox Rick
and this morning as to the location
of the JeffriesJohnson battle It will
bo In Salt Lake at the Coliseum at
Saltalr
The last preliminary detail has
been arranged for the staging of the
big go If any lingering doubt remains
in the mind of any one as to where
It Is going to bo hold It niay now be
removed
Tox Rlckard was oven more posi
tive than over this morning that Salt
Lake had won and ho Is now making I
definite and final arrangements for tho
staging of the go He doesnt antici
pate any further controversy with I
Gleason Tho action of tho board of
supervisors of San Francisco In de
clining to grant Gleasons application
for a permit to hold tho bout In San
Francisco loaves Gleason without any
grounds on which to demand that the
contest go to Frjfico
Arrangements are being made by j
Rickard and his associates In Salt I
Lake to extend a royal welcome to
James J Jeffries when ho arrives In
Salt Lake Saturday Tho action of
Jeffries In promptly denying the mes
sage that went out from Lincoln to tho
effect that ho had declared that ho
would not box In Utah has endeared
him to the Salt Lake people and they
are prepared to receive him like a
Uns
Jeffries will bo met at the Rio
Grande station Saturday afternoon iby
a band and will bo escorted to his
hotel by an automobile parade There
will bo a luncheon In his honor at the
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I J Wilson hotelxtendpred himby the bus
I iness men of Salt Lake It Is believed
to be a certainty that he will an
I nounce that he will box In Salt Lake
In the availing the business men
will occupy stage seats at the Jeffries
I Gotch chow In the list of entrle
for the big show there is an added
starter In the person of Mr Tex Rlck
I
ard The little stunt that Tox will
do will be to make a short address
why
Mom tho stage telling the people
ho has decided to bring tho big battles
to Salt Lake Others on the program
will be Frank Gotch in a handicap
match with a local wrestler probably
Gus Anderson Lockon and Franke
comedy acrobats John Hermanson
I worlds champion bag puncher Far
mer Burns meeting all cowers on the
I nat and doing a little monologue that
is a scream Jack McCormick and
John Asboll In an exhibition wrestling
match Charles and Anna Clocker In
a comic novelty physical culture stunt
and Jeffries In rope dancing shadow
boxing ball throwing bate punching
and In four fast rounds with Sam Ber
t ger
Seats at the Colonial for Saturday
I night are going so fast that It Is cer
tain that were tho capacity twice as
groat the house would still be
crowded Jeffries Is lo appear In Og I
den on Monday and It han not Jot I
been made known whether tho cham
pion will remain over here Sunday
or go to the Junction City on that
day He may divide his time between
the two cities
ASfBAll TRADE IS
TRADEGOiS
PLACED or RECORD
Cincinnati Jan OOne of the
biggest baseball trados of the winter
was closed today by the Cincinnati
and Philadelphia National clubs The
deal Involves the trading of four pitch
ers Philadelphia getting Robert
Ewing and James Brennan in return
for Frank Corrldon and Harry Corn
leskl Ewing has been with Cincinnati
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Oontaglous Blood Polaon The virulent gorms which produce thoso exter
nal manifoBtationo must bo complotoly driven from tho blood boforo a real
cure can bo effected The least taint loft in tho circulation will sooner or
later cause a fresh outbreak of tho trouble with all its hideous symptoms
of ulcerated mouth and throat coppercolored spots falling hair sores and
ulcers oto Only a blood purifier can curo Oontagiouo Blood Poison
Hodlcincs which moroly chock tho symptoms for a time because of their
strong mineral nature and leave tho poison smouldoring In tho system havo
brought disappointment to thousands Tho disease always returns after
such treatment S S 8 auras Oontagious Blood Poison and euros it per
manently It goes into tho blood and removes ovory particlo of tho poison
making tho circulation puro rich and healthy nor docs SSS leave the
slightest traco of the disease for future outbroaks S SSdMs not contain
any mineral ingredient but is made entirely of roots horbs and barks I
which are most valuable In their bloodpunfying properties and at tho
came time specifically adaptod to bulld1n up tho ontiro system If you
have Contagious Blood Poison SSS will curo you because it will thor
oughly purify your Blood Homo Treatment Book and any medical advIce
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OGDEN UTAH
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A HAN IS JUDGED
Dy strangers by his appearance
If your clothing no matter how
wel made Is baggy out of shape and
Etalucd or soiled the Judgment Is In I
variably not In your favor
You practice sound business when I
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DRY CLEANED and pressed by this I
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Cluthes called for and delivered
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OGDEN UTAH
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TUNGSTEN LAMP
Tho right lamp at tho right price
Sunbeam Tungsten Lamps are
unoxcellod for life and brilliancy
To use the Tungsten means to re
duce your Ilght bill and halo twice
tho light for leas money if ycu
have not used them call and let 03
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SEATTLE VARSITY CREW
GOING WISCONSIN
Seattle Wash Jan 21The board I
of control of the Associated Students
of the University of Washington last
night voted favorably on the plan to I
send the varsity crow to Madison
WIs to race the University of WIs
consin cirow on Lako Mendota next I
spring The students will be asked to
contribute toward tho rowing fund I
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COULD JEffRIES
DEfEAT GOTC
If Gotch and Jeffries were locked
In u room together each by his own
professional methods trying to best
the other which would win
A close student of athletics and
pugilism was asked the question
I Well my money would go on
Gotch said he without hesitation
Yon see there Is not one fight In a
hundred In which at some time dur
ing the bout the contestants do not
clinch That clinch when once ac
complished would give Golch nil the
best of IL True one blow from Jef
fries landed on a vital spot would I
put Gotch clear out nud leave him
limp and helpless But Golch could
cover these vital parts and by wading
straight in and taking the punish
ment on the upper part of his head
and less vulnerable parts of his body
could get a clutch on the big pugilist
then In a twinkle he could put Jeff I
on his knees and then with the I
strangle hold he could shut his wind
off and that would be the end
When Jeffries was asked what he
could do with an oxpert wrestler In a
struggle In which each was trying to
gain a victory over tho other he an
swered
I dont know
Could you prevent the wrestler
from Dotting you into his power
I dont know Maybe I could and II
maybe I couldnt Theres no use to
talk of such things was the answer I
of the big fellow
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MANN1S1 WOMEN I
AND TEETOTALERS I
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Jim Jeffries was Interviewed In
Dower and he talked freely on many
subjects
What do 1 think of women 7 asked
Mr Jet fries In echoing the question
Inn clear unthugged accent Theyre
tho sweetest gift ever given to man
but when I think of thorn suffraijett
ing it makes mo sick Women were
never meant to attack life The wholo
system of modern economics Is wrong
and a great wrong Is suffered by cv
ory woman who Is forced Into the ma
chinery out of which livings come
Women should not be given tho
elective franchise because they are
too easily influenced through their I
emotions their generosity their anx
iety to please They should be will I
Ing to lean and take from men who
since the beginning of time were dos
tined to how the wood and draw the
water and caro for the weaker ones
But believe me If you could see how
the women themselves down In New
York and over in England are malt
Ing fun and hissing their strenuous
sisters youd not think that tho time
when women would be going to the
polls was near at hand
Mannish Women Break the Charm
Tho first thlug that makes n wo
man the least bit mannish dims her
charm It Is charm tender personal
ity thai has held men through the
centuries and when the fierce light of
Indepondonce Is turned upon and Is
allowed to fade lt > therell bo more
business In the divorce courts than
thero Is now The right sort of a
woman can get all the rights that
she wants any time without having
to vole them to herself
After which Mr Jeffries lifted one
leg over tho other and out of his
topaztinted eyes sent the what next
query
queryWhat
What apprehensions have you If
any concerning Mr Johnson
Pal None at all To begin with
the nero Is not a game righter hes
afraid of punishment doesnt know
how to take It and If a man knows
his opponent and his game knows
how to deliver without taking and Is
not devoured with conceit a white
fighter ha = much more than an oven
chance against a black
Conceit IB the worst enemy of the
pugilist When they think theyre IT
and stop striving thats when they
get their wings cllpp1 for fair txiu
draw the tent for a downy Sim
gorle Is not only a science of the iiin t
lact urt bait H Is a vital cxonul
fixation ol die text It Is mare bless
ed und necessary to give than re
ctlvc
Kelchcl TriircRatc Slugger
Si Mr itffries confident > n hlo
powers to punish the Titanic African
Binll d drearily at further parley con
cerning him passed on to Ketchel
whom ho classified as a thirdrate
middle weight who had met and been
put to sleep by a firstrate heavy
weight in Papke and drifted Into
temperance and politics
I understand this town Is going to
become a chalk mark going dry
That means that Its going dead and
will only bo brought to life by the
expenditure of largo sums of money
Now I am a temperance man dont
drink because I dont carl to and for
tho further reason that every drop oC
tho joy water that I might absorb
would mean tho punching of my meal
ticket without value received But I
cant for the life of mo see how ono
man has tho right to legislate moral
ity or habits Into another Why this
country Is worse than Russia We
havent half tho liberty hero that tho
people of Franco or Germany have
The government said whisky shall be
manufactured and along come the I
pigmies and declare no man shall
I drink It without breaking the law
Thats understandable too because
I
tho people there know how to live
Only the English and Americans live
like pigs Why over in Paris the
only drunks ono sees are Americana
and English men and womon The
natives know where tho boundary lino
between liberty and license Is drawn
and whereas women from this coun
try or Great Britain sling down a
cocktail and various winos the con
tinental woman quietly sips one glass
and lets It go at that
Crooks Teetotalers
Thoy say drink la responsible for
crime Piffle Ninetyone por cent
of tho crooks I know never touch
booze Weve got to learn to live In
Ill
this country When we do that wi Y
wont need to have every Tom Dick
and Harry of a frantic neighbor malt
ing laws for us
Another crying need of the hour Is I
for men men who havo courage to I
go Into politics give their word and
stick to It The leaders today arc
ilmcsavcrs They are ready pledge
t givers who have a runround smile I
turned on every man they make their
hair wave a smllo to ono crowd while
their lips put on tho same sketch i
to those In front When they are
elected to office they are afraid to
speak and turn on tho screws for
lear of offending someone who might
be of use when reelection is sought
The day Is coming and that soon
when men elected to the public ser
vice will have to be honest The
people are getting tired of the cham
I eleon pollllclans Men have got to
take a stand and be of one color i
white
GEORGE LITTLE TELLS I
THEM NOT TO BET
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Advises Negroen to Hold Their Money
Until Thoy Get His Letter
PIttaburg Jan 10Do not bet on
Jack Johnson until > ° ou receive my let
ter George Little
Now York Jan 21Thc above
wire was received here this morning
by Baron Wlklns a warm personal
friend of Jack Johnson and was an
answer to n wire by Wllklns asking I
if ho should bet 5000 The news
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I spread quickly through the sporting I
circles and caused much comment
Just what the contents of the loiter
lo Wilkins arc no one here can say
but the guesses are numerous Tnt
loiter of which Little speaks when re
ceived may have an importaql bear
ing upon the JeffriesJohnson fight
I The strange feature of It all Is that
I all along the Johnson people have ex
I pressed great confidence and have ad
vised their friends to get down heavy
Now conies tho tip to lay off
Wilkins had telegraphed asking the
pdvlsubllltj of placing 5000 on John
sons chances against tho same
amount produced by Bob Murphy
Wllklus has collected 0000 to bet up I
on tho champion and merely wanted
advice as to whether even money was
a goad quotation It may be that Lit
tle and Joluuon have split They have
been together longer than Jack us
ually sticks with a manager What
ever tho cause of this strange mes
sage the arrival of tho explanatory
letter will be awaited with consider
able Interest
Again It might ben move to bring
forth tho Jeffries money In bundles
when the Johnson backers would snap
It up at oven money or possibly with
Jeff the choice
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MADASTCORFS
EASY VICTORYI
Oakland Cal Jan 20 Madman I
the oddson favorite scored an easy I
victory in the Palo Alto handicap at
Emciyvllle today HI opened a gap
In the field and the others could nev
er got near him Summary
First race five and a half furlongs
Dixie DIxon 5 to J won Kid
North 9 to 1 second Basil 12 to 1
third Time 110
Second race six furlongs selling
Old Settler 11 to 5 won Sophomore
12 to 1 second Lady Rensselaor 20
to 1 thhd Time 11C 25
Third race six furlongs soilingI
Lena Lech 7 to 1 won Samuel Bar
ber 8 to 1 second Yb6r 7 to 2 third
Time 115 15
Fourth race five furlongs Mad
man 7 to 10 won Jim Gaffney 12
lo 1 second Prejudlcl6 7to 6 third
Time 101 16
Fifth race mile and 20 rardsJ C
Clem 4 to 1 won Cobblesklll 10 to
1 second Steel 11 to 10 third Time
145 35
Sixth race futurity courseSink
Spring 5 to 1 won Inclement 7 to
1 second Roberta 4 to 1 third Tlmo
112 2j
GRDWD AT JUARfl
ORUBBS BOOKMAKfRS
Juarez Jan 20 The big crowd
gave the books a drubbing today at
Tcrrazas Park when four heavily
played first choices won Tho victory
of Lady Panchlta and Wander were
particularly hard blos for the ring
as they were played fro thousands
Summary
First race five and a half furlongs
soiling Bertmont won Klarnesha II
second Dandy Dancer third Time
100 2
Second race seven furlongs selling
Knight Deck won Acquia second
Gerrymander third Time 125 13
Third race five and a half furlong
Lykers won Clint Tucker second
I Convenient third Time 1OC 35
Fourth race mile Wander won
Lady second Orbed Lad third Time
139 25
Fifth race six furlongs Lady Pan
chlta won Good Intent second Ge
nOa third Time 13 1G
Sixth race mile and an elghth
Gold way won Miss Lda second
Wolfcrton third Time 152 45
ThREE fAVORITES ARE
WINNERS AT TAMPA
Tampa Fla Jan 20Threc favor
ites won today when a fair card was
presented The surprise of the day
was when Vanen oddon favorite In
tho last race was beaten by a length
In a hard ctretch drive Grand Jubilee
annexing the purse Summary
First race about three furlongs
Tods Cottage won Sanction second
Kathryn Gardner third Time 352o
Second race five and a half furlongs
Sorrel Top won > Alauda second
Creuso third Time irll i5
Third race five and a half furlongs
selling Carondolct won T M Irvin
second Temper third Time J113B
fourth race six furlongs selling
Dry Dollar won Judge Sauiley second
Nobulos third Time 119
Fifth race seven furlongs soiling
Bannock Bob won Mrs Scroll sec
ond Bronte third Time 13245
Sixth race mile and h sixteenth I
selling Great Jubilee won ti mien sec
ond Judge Hnndon third Time
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6 JACK g JOHNSON
THROWN IN JAIL
New York Jan 20Jack John
I1Sl was arrested
eon champion negro pugilist wag
rested In New York tonight charged
with folbnlouf assault and lor a time
would
the prospects were that he
have to remain In a coil at police
headquarters until morning
Polony cases are not taken to tho
night court and his release could
only bo brought about by getting a
police magistrate out of bed to accepr
ball CJonrfc Little Iho lIe ros man
headquarters
ager scurried away from police
quarters lion Johnson was locked
upNathau finder a negro friend of
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I the fighter Is tho accuser Tie and
Johnson got Into a tIght when sitting
in a cafe early yesterday
Johnson later tonight was released
under 1000 ball
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lONG SHOTS KNOCK
DOWN 5 FAVORITES
Jacksonville Pin Jan 2QAl Mon
crlef today Jive of the six favorites
were knocked down by long shots Bit
bla freely offered at 3 to 1 furnishedf
the surprise of the afternoon by de
feating the oddson choice La Gloria
by a nose Jack Parker wan the over
night handicap which featured tho
card Summary
First race one quart or mile pursx1
Edmund Adams wou H > o Straw BCC i
ond Judflp Denman third Time
28 IS
Second race nix furlongs acJlmg
Annul won Qttuidlsalmo second
Abrasion third Time J < 13J1
Third rece five and a half furlongs
ceinng1 Rabin Or on da won La Qlorla
second Night Mist third Time
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Fourth race handicap seven fur 1
longs Jack Parker won Dr Holes
berg second Rialto third Time 125 I
Fifth race mile sclllue John Car I J
roll won If orgy second First Premi
um third Time 1025
Sixth race mile and an eighth soil t
jnp Varflold won Shapdalo second
Kimicrttnklo third Tlmo 1Z54 J
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Weetport Wash Jan ZLA four
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the breakers seven miles off Grayp
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harbor Nothing has been learned as
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