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A LITTLE TALK TO GRADUATES
ofnir colleges a < jadouries awl srlmols and to all who
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Now that younro about to all out to wake l
money for yourself reinemfotM its what youfsiivo
that makes you rich Got is a good sorvaul but
t keep is a better one
I By once saving 1 dollar a month Jnrnegip fan
now spend a million a mouth
Now is the time to have a bank account with this I
institution ami lay up a fund for your future needs l 1
4 Per Cent Interest paid on Savings Accounts
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Take them on your trip
I OGDEN STATE BANK
Capital and Surplus 21500000
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prevention worth a pound of cure
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THE PURE FOOD
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with its richionic properties stimulates every organ of the
body into tingling activity and quickly drives out the first
seeds of disease Absolute purity and mcllownceo mako ffl
ite we perfectly safe and free from harmful effects jj4 i
SUNNY BROOK Thc PURE FOOD Whiskeyis
distilled agod and bottled under tho direct supervision of fjiAfr
U S Government Inipcctori each bottle is scaled with
the Green Government Stamp showing the exact age
strength and quantity look for this otamp
SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO Joflcrson County KENTUCKY
FRED J KIESEL CO Ojjden Utah
GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS
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FREE atKc n your loolitv in how you bow
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Utility Import Export Company
Ml Poart AVC New York I
GOlOFlflO CON LISTS I
1 SHARESklSJED IN EAST I
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Last week the Gold field Consoli
dated Minob company shares were
Emitted to tho Now York stock ex
change board says the Telegram At
that time some Interesting figures
were given by the company showing
Its valuable assets This statement
showed the combined earnings of the
Goldfield Consolidated Mines company
and the Goldfield Milling and Trans
portation company for the year end
t Inc Oct 31 iou Since that date
tho earnings have been materially In
t erased and tho development work
3C the nifnc has
resulted In the tin
iffi g of soma of tho richest ore
SS lie ever found The statement Is
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DIvldends 5Q2Jfl >
320 1239
SUrpIUII
Previous fnrpllB 182581 I
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II Total surplus i i n
467a97
DtMireclntlou ami L1 phlit6
11 charged off fail ItclD
covers a period of tnreG
years
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Ironi and loss 6UrllU
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Tlu gourd1 JI iliiico sheet of the 1
Goldfielu toiisolldatcil Mlno com
pany only as of Oct ai 1000 shows
assets as follows
Mine proiuTtics 3oP532j7 mine
buildings mnclilucr and equipment I
1S209C mine development lli71S
office building and fitnntnrp 2S8G7
compressor plant UO1Gn power sti
lion uml pole line 179Go miscel
lancouR real estate Iniihllngs nnd
equipment 71 451 stocks owned
1443083 unexplred insurance Coj
supplies on hand 0HI oro settle
ments outstanding 17608 ac
counts receivable 113151 cash In
bank and ua hand SC57JS1 total
3SC061C4
Liabilities sCaIJltal stock issued
S35uS8ISO accounia lIa able 91
044 accrued bullion tax 31172 un
divided piofllt SSS228 total 38
GOG2GI
It is unlikely that Goldfleld Con
olidated will be traded In on the
New York stock exchange until early
In July as the present certificates I
are engraved by the Western Rank
Note and Engraving company of Chi
cago and are not a good delivery on
the New York utock exchange which
requires certificates eugraved by the
American Bank Note company
SAX ANTONIO Texas June 28
E U Tcrroll a wealthy business man
of San Antonio and former United
I Sjutos minister at Belgium is dying
ftvhia home fiom tho Affects of a golf
Inflicted bullet wound
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I SPORTS
I BASEBALL RESULTS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 5 St Louis 0
CLEVELAND Juno 2881 Louis
was easy for Cleveland today Lake
was hit hard In the first inning
I Score RH E
Cleveland 5 10 1
St Louis 0 4 1
Batteries Link and Easterly Lake
and Stephen
Chicago 8 Detroit 5
DETROIT Mich Juno 2S Chi
I cago came from behind and defeated
Detroit S to G today by bunching i
hits The Amnrlcnn league pennant
for 1909 was raised Score R H E
Chicago S 10 1
Detroit T 6 2
Washington 7 New York 9
I WASHINGTON June 28 New
I York defeated Washington In a poorly
played game today Score R II E
Washington 711 5
New York 9 10 1
Batteries Rcleling Oberlin Hen
rluh and Street Hardy Hughes and
Sweeney
Boston 4 Philadelphia 3
PHILADELPHIA June 28D08ton
heat Philadelphia 4 to 3 the decid
ing run being scored In the eighth
Inning on Staples single and Lewis
double Scor R H E
Boston I S 2
Philadelphia 15 S 1
Batteries Kargcr and Kleinow
Coombs and Donahue
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia 1 New York 9
NEW YORK June 28 Druclre I
pitched great hall for Now York to
day and won his own game with a
triple In the fifth with the bases full
Score R HE
Philadelphia 1 5 a
New York 0 H 2
Batteries Ewlng McQuillan Foxen
and Moran Drucke and Meyer Wil
son
Brooklyn 4 Bccton 9
BOSTON June SBecks hits for
extra bases were chiefly responsible
for Bostons victory over Brooklyn to
day Score R H E
Brooklyn 4 0 3
Boston 911 1
Batteries Wilhclm Bell and Ber
ger Erwin Trod and Graham
Chicago 11 Cincinnati 1
CHICAGO June 2SChlcago de
bated Cincinnati 11 to 1 In a long
game today Tinker performed the
unique feat of stealing home twice
Score IL H E
Chicago H 11 11 3
Cincinnati 1 1 5
Bntteilcs Brown and Archer Ben
ton Walker and Roth
Pittsburg 6 St Louis 4
PITTSBURG June 28 Plttsbiirg
today won an uphill game from St
Louis G to 4 Through the wlldncss
of Lclfleld the visitors scored thre
runs In tho first Inning on one hit
Score ILlLB
Plltsburg G 11 o
Si Louis 4 0 1
Batteries Lclfield Cnmnltz and
Gibson Backman and Brcsnahnn
COLLEGE GAMES
Harvard 9 Yale 10
Yale won the deciding game In tile
HaivartiYnle baseball series today
10 to 9 Ten thousand cheering col
legians and their friends saw the
game I
Ynle secured what secmel a safe
lead in the eighth by pounding Hicks
to all corners of the American league
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park but Harvard tied tho score In
the first half of tho ninth Score
R H E
Harvard 9 11 5
Yale 10 12 1
Batteries Iclts and Young Tom
uiers and Phllbin
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Milwaukee Indianapolis 1 Mil
waukee 2
At St PaulToledo 1 St Paul 18
At Kansas City Louisllle 6 Ian
JaB Cty l
At cnpolisllnncapolis 7
Columbus 2
WESTERN LEAGUE
At Omaha Wichita I Omaha 2
At Des Molncs Denver 9 Des
Molnos G
At Sioux CitySioux City 15 To
noltu T
At Lincoln Liucolu 0 SL Jo
boph L
COAST E
At Los Angeles Los Angeles 2
Sacramento 1
At San Francisco San Francisco
1 Oakland 2
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
At ttlcllcoma 7 Seattle 2
KiNG Of TIERS
AS AWFUL SLUMP
Uy C 13 Yon Loan
New York J tine 20 Listen1 Has
anyone here seen Hans Wagners
goat
goatAll
All up and down the big circuit the
fans are asking each other Whats
the mutter with llaus Wagner this
season What has happened to tho
old hoyT
There Is tome reason for the
query Tho big six bj four Teuton
who for the past 13 years has been
pelting the pill for better than a100
average Is away down this season
away down The way the prize poltar
of UK big league Is hitting this year
no pitcher Is so ncivom that he can
not look the German demon In the
white of tile eye
When the hitting aVoragos aro com
piled the fIrstthingthe average fan
does IB to look TorWagner and Ty
Cobb And this season they have to
look a long way down before they on
counter tho name of the Pltlsburg
paragon Hans has slumped before
I iii hla long CII roc but not In the
memory of the oldest fan has lie gono
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ao far Into the season without show
Ing at least a flash of his old gait 1
Awn back in 1S07 Mr Wagner wal
loped his way Into the 300 class with
on average of 311 and just to prove
that there was no cror about It
Hans has been hitting oor 00 ever
since a feat beaten bj 1 only two men
In the history of the major leagues
and It may be scild for Wagner that
neither Anson or Brouthern worked
against the pitch erR of the present
day or trled to hit a spltter out
of the lot
Old Cap Anson dropped Into the
300 and over class for 15 years
straight beginning with 187C and
winding up With 1890 Then old Cap
lost his oar for two years and came
back with five straight hitting above
300
Pitchers Less Formidable
Dan Brouthers the other great hit
ting first baseman scored for 11
years without a break beginning in
1881 and closing his phenomenal
streak In 1891 The pitchers did not
have so many acres In the hole In
those days and 300 hitters were not
such rare birds as they arc today
That In why the mighty Hans deserves
to rank as the greatest hitter of the
period of his service
Wee Willie Keeler with his placed
singles over the Infield ties Wagner
with 13 years In the 300 class hut
tho 13th year finished Wee William
while for the lost two years of his
tenure he barely scraped through
Anron worked against nothing but
roundhouse curves and speed In a
day when the batter had some chance
for his life His grand average for
his fifteen consecutive years was 3G1
while Dan Brouthers his rival who
happened along five years later tore
Into tho 300 class and In 14 con
secutive years nmnssed an average
of 352 Just notching out of the world
renowned Cap
Keeler the other of the everlast
ing 300 hitters hung up an average
of 359 was once over 400 and twice
in the 390 class which helped him out
when In 1905 and 1906 he hit 302
and 304
Wagner cam along three rears af
ter Keeler and line outclassed him
ns a 300 hitter for the same num
ber of years and while he other men
all got above 100 at some time in
their career Wagner never reached
that lofty eminence but nevertheless
in there with an average of 381 for
his 13 years
These tiresome figures out of the
s slelll we will now turn hack to the
query Whats ailing Hans
Tho Pittsburg boosters say It Is a
slump What Hans has to say can
not be printed and the opposing
pitchers taking heart after long years
of bombardment state that Hans is
nil through One well known spit
ball professor wont mention his
club says that Wagners eye has
gone back on him
If that Dutchman gets abpve 300
this year Ill eat him says this per
soil You remember last year lie
had an awful slump but he rounded
lo In time and finished hitting a
plenty That was because the Pirates
were all hitting more or less and
when a club is pasting every fllnger
who comes along It Is easy for al
most anybody to step up there and
bank out one of the lot A pitcher
who Is getting his medicine Is gener
rallv pretty soft and we wore all get
ting ours last season from the Pirates
This year Its different Plttsbuig
isnt going any too strong and Mr
Wagner fell out of his canoe earl In
the season and hasnt got hack yet
If this big wide German does not
recover his batting eye and come
again he will rob the game of one
of Its most valuable drawing cards
There are thousands of people all
over the circuit who turn to watch
tho Pirates piny ball because they
like to see Wagner stand up at the
plate and whang the ball to the fence
The clubs arc hustling now The
turning point arrives in July If
Hans Wagner expects to tie Dan
Broulhcis with a 11 year run in the
300class he would do well to whet
up that eagl eye of his and begin
to commence And what would the
Pirate Infield be without Hans Wag
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DICKINSON Will
WT STOP fIGHT
RENO Ncv June 2SHumors in
sinuations reports and suggestions
that the JeffriesJohnson fight would
be might be or had been stopped
h > executive edict having been given
a hotly blow i nnd complete knockout
by no less a person than Gpvornor
Dlckorson himself Interest shifted to
night from the governors hotel out
to the training camps Virtually
every one either directly or indi
rect connepteo with the great con
test made It a point to visit Moana
Springs or Johnsons quarters during
the long bright HernDon Not un
til evening shadows were stealing
down from thc tumbled mountains In
time west did the steady procession
of motor cars cease and the dust of
the roadway settle buck to repose
Tex RIcknrd breathed a sigh of re
lief when his conference with Gov
ernor DIckerson was over He hal
the governQrs personal assurance
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inaling smokers who appreciate
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THE JOHN BOLLMAN CO r
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that there would be uo interference
r and was content
No one will ever know sold the
promoter what troubles I have un
dergone li preparing for this fight
It has seemed to me that from the
very start there has been sonic kind
of An organized opposition other than
thnt of thc church federations Ru
mors nnd reports of all kinds and of
a character calculated to Injure my
interests have been sent out I say
as honestly as any man could say It
thnt there has been no word of truth
In any of It They originated In ma
ice and the desire to injure me Busi
ness dealings with people who wanted
more than was coming to them and
did not get It have played a part In
the game I have taken them all as
they cvmc and said nothing further
than to deny them Now however
with the governors assurance to
back me I feel like unburdening my
self of an opinion ns to these knock
ers It I could make my denuncia
tion of them as strong as my feelings
would warrant I would do so
Tex shook his head sadly while
contemplating the sins of these un
named persons then smiled happily
But it did them no good he said
The governor says the fight is to
come off July j and I guess that
goes
Governor Dlckorson has appeared
deeply interested In the fight prepara
tions ever since his arrival In town
After his conference with Rickard
which was a very friendly chat he de
termined to look In on the fighters
and if possible catch them at work
Accompanied by Captain Cox of the
state police who is hero with quite
a squad of desert rangers to help In
keeping the peace the head of tho
state government climbed Into an au
tomobile and went rattling away to
the suburbs
Al Johnsons camp where he ar
rived late in the afternoon he was
fortunate enough lo catch tho negro
champion just starting on the best
workout he has Indulged In since
coming to Reno It Is quite probable
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that the governors coming had some
thing to do with the character of the
spectacle furnished but be that as It
may Johnson did twelve rounds of
fast boxing while the state officials
looked on
Four rounds with Al Kaufman
opened the program and Johnson
cleverly eluded the rushes of his
husky opponent snapping back telling
head and body blows They shifted
mound the ring In fast style and
Johnson appeared to hugely enjoy tho
sjort of letting himself go a little
Kid Cotton the dusky sparring
partner came up next Johnson went
after him with playful vlclousnoss
He drove the big black around tho
ring hammering away with great
good will at any point Cotton failed
to protect In the fourth round the
champoln put on steam and wont
after Cotton as though determined
to take his scalp and put him down
for the coun Jack toro himself
loose with one of surprising dis
plays of strength Twice lie drove
his left at Cottons head with ter
rific speed and force It was a
doublo left hook in ring parlance
and it ended the bout for Cotton lit
staggered around and would have
toppled to the floor had the seconds
not caught him and dragged him to
a seat Johnson was not read to
quit as yet and called Monahan
whom he kept danrliiK around for two
founds Dave Mills was subjected lo
tho champions hue for two rounds
and then Johnson started back to the
hotel
Governor Dlckoroon and Cnpturn
Cox Joined him and the three went
up to Johnsons room where they
chatted for some time
Out at Moana Springs Jeffries went
on a strike for the day He refused
to do any work beyond a sevenmile
road Jaunt In tho morning Even the
visit of the governor failed to stir
him to action Jim Corbott labored
with him like a camp meeting rolvnli
1st with a backslider Corbett talked
almost with tears In his voice
lies just got to box walled Cor
belt afterward
He ought to he going after It hard
right along I talked to him until I
was black In the face
But It did no gootl Jeffries calmly
ignored every protest and went his
own way If anything he appeared
elated by the fact that his refusal
to box hnd disappointed SOU visitors
who rose early and rushed out to the
camp expecting to catch him at an
early morning workout
To Battling Nelson former light
weight champion Jeffries was most
cordial when the latter visited the
springs In the afternoon
Jeffries looks upon flat as a
great little fighter to use his own
words and the pair strolled around
the grounds for a long time chatting
about many things
Nelson declared that he was
amazed at Jeffries1 fine condition
Ills picture misled me said the
Battler The do not do him jus
tice Why he looks fine
Asked if he proposed to place any
bets on the light Bat said he thought
not
Im going to keep off that end of
the game he declared
The matter of the second referee
was still lip In the air tonight Rick
aid Is anxious by his own statement
that lack Gleason should serve but
tile lighters camps had not been
heard from on this question and no
definite announcement was forthcom
ing Tex is determined that there
shall bo a second man as nn insur
ance to tho crowd that the tight will
not be marred in the improbable
event of accident to himself
That the men who are closest to
the lighters nre anticipating a hard
bnttlo was indicated In a message
from Jim Corbott lo Roger Brcsna
han Look fOr hard fight Jeff
should win was the way he ex
pressed himself Bhesnnhan was the
owner of the St Louis Nntionnls and
n close follower of sports Local bet
ting livened up greatly today In one
of the prominent gambling halls these
wagers were posted
1500 even that Johnson stays ten
rounds
300 to 500 Johnson to win
1000 to S7UO Jeffries to win
All of the offers were promptly cov
I creel according to the proprietor I3oh
Vernon of New York an old friend
I of Jeffries IB credited with the larg
est local wager yet placed on the
lIght It was stated at Jeffries camp
that Vernon put m 11000 to 1800
ijurlng Lho day Jeffijcs to win A
record of such a wager Is rep rtcd
by a local poolroom
Among the visitors at Jeffrlas
camp today was Dr W S Porter of
Oakland Jeffries physician Dr Por
ter Is on a vacation at present but
it is expected that ho will examine
Jeffries In bulmlf of the promoters
just before the fight On his return
from tho training camps Governor
Dlckorson stated that he would leave
for Carson City tonight Ho slId that
f he was perfectly tIslictl vSlh John
I sons workout and a talk with Jef
frlc that everything was is adver
tised and that tho light would not he
I contrary to any law in the state ri
Tex Jllcknrd who accompanied the
governor on his trip around the
camps grinned when the governor
multi it That allows how Tex feels
about It for oven a smile Is rare with
him and a grin a thing almost un
known to his countenance
LONG SHOT WINS
AT BUENA VISTA
SALT LAKE CITY June 28
Royal Stone at 20 to 1 upset the
figures at Buena Vista today when
he took the fifth race from a good
field The racing was good although
only an ordinary card was offered
Results
First race six furlongs selling
Gene Russell 7 to 2 won Lord Rosa
Ington 4 to 1 second McNally 1 to
1 third Time 114 45
Second race five furlongs selling
Chenaulf II to 10 won Bnlella 10
to 1 second Del Friar 13 to 1 third
Time 102
Third race five and a half furlongs
selling Marian Casey 9 to 5 won
Argonaut 11 to 2 second Plume 10 I
to 1 third Time 108 35
Fourth race six furlongs selling
Lomond 12 to 5 won Marchmonct
12 to 5 second Tremargo 1 to 1
third Time 113 15
Fifth race six furlongs selling
Royal Stone 20 to 1 won Father I
Stafford 13 to 1 second Snlnest 3
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to 1 third Time 115 I
Sixth race con furlongs soiling
Coonskin 9 to 2 won Young
Belle 8 to 1 second Miss Picnic 7
to 10 third Time 120 23
TWOyAROlDS
ON LATONIA TRACK
LATONIA June 2SA dash for
2yonrolds held the center of inter
est at Latonln today All of the en
tiles except Lochlol which finishes
first arc eligible for the Cincinnati
trophy stakes to be run Saturday and
the contest was considered a try out
for that event Results
First race four and a half furlongs
Mona Liza straight 1360 won
Princess Pommonn 790 second
Dainty Maid 3230 third Time
5615
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Second race six furlongs Oriflnmb
straight 2690 won Stronieland
1160 second Jacobite 380 third
Time 118 25 p H
Third race mile and 70 vnrc Die
lion 1570 won Sahara 2790 sec
oiu Rowland Otis 740 third Time
149 45
Fourth race five and a half fur
longe Lochlel 320 won Alice A
Dale 1250 second Golden Egg
3no third Tlino ltHl 13
Fifth race six furlongs Hanbridgo
6DfiO straight won Merrick 520
econd Emperoi William 90 third
Time L 14 iC
Sixth race mile Gild a sixteenth
Shapdale 870 won Plantland
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For that Hying trip heres all light
baggage saScheis grips cases and bags
Its said the Hotel Clerk sizes up hu i
man nature by the hat and the bag
The right kinds 01 both are here
fiUHNS
Modern Clothes t
it Come on I7 f T Waab Avo
In ZIiJI At 2365
200 second Sticker 210 third
Time 1J9 35
IlA HORE WINS
AT SHfEPSHfAOi
SHBEPSHEAD BAY KY June I
28La Hore which is supposed to
be the best twoyenrold of the year
won the Turf stakes here today from
a good field
First race six and a half furlongs
main track Shannon 7 to 6 won
Magazine i > to 1 second Far West
7 to 2 third Time 120 25 I
Second race six furlongsImprint
G to 1 won Gold ot ophh 3 to L second
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ond Hectagon 2 to 1 third Time
1 fL
I Third race mile Priscllllan 1 to 8
won Uncns Chief S to J sedond
Hammond Pass 300 to 1thlrd Time
110
Fourth race five and a half furlongs
Ixi Here 5 to J won Textile ij to
L second Foot Print S to 5 third
Time 107 15
Fifth race mile and a quarter turf
course Bonnlo Kelsie 11 to 5 won
Supersitlon 7to 21 second Zenap 7
to 1 third Time 205
Sixth race mile and an eighth Ju
I pller Joe 6 l61 I ton Dandy Dixon
6 to 5 second Lad of Laugdon G to
1 third Time 153
I AMERICAN SCHOONER WINS
RACE
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KIEL Germany Juno 2SThc
American schooner Westward owned
by Alex S Cochrane and sailed 1 > y
Cnut Charles Barr continues the
winning of the laurels Today sht
won the schooner race to Eckern
forde defeating the Gcrmania Ham
burg and Meteor Tho emperor wai
aboard the Meteor which finished
lust
FANS FROM AUSTRALIA
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SAN FRANCISCO Juno HtThe
I sterner Wilholmlna which arrived In
port late this afternoon from Hono
I lulu brought several well known
sporting men who came from the I
Antipodes to see the JeffriesJohnson
r fight on Julrl Among them are
Hugh Mcintosh the Australian fight
promoter Tommy Burns former
champion who lost the title to Jack
Johnson and BUI Lang a wellknown f
I heavyweight
HUE DESTROYS I
NED TOWN
CARSON CITY Nov June 28
Genoa tho county seat of Douglass
county twelve miles south of this I
city was almost completely destroyed
1y fire this afternoon The loss Is
estimated at over 100000
The court house Masonic hall and
several other brick structures were
completely gutted by the fiamo
Firefighting apparatus has been for
warded hy a special train from this
cityto tho scene in the hope of check I
Ing the lames which threaten the I
surrpundlng farms Genoa IS the old
eat town lit Nevada being the first I
white settlement this side of the Si
t erra Nevada mountains I
MRS SHERMMAN IMPROVING
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BALTIMORE MMr June 23 Mrs
S Sherman wife of Vice President
Sherman who Is a patIent at the
Johns Hopkins hospital wns reported
Improved tonight
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And 4109000 Shares of Stock Are to Be
Dxstribu Among Buyers FREEe
The Lucky Man Mining Company has decided to use its allow c
c ance for selling commissions in a novel manner The usual ten per
ih cent will be distributed among those who buy the stock instead of f
those who sell 11
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fl Three Hundred Blocks of Lucky Man Mining Stock will be
S placed on the market tomorrow Each Block will consist of One c
6 > Hundred Shares at ThirtyFive Cents a Share A Coupon is to be U I
given with each block which entitles the purchaser to a chance in 4 I
the drawing for One Thousand Dollars Cash and Forty Thousand
is Shares of Stock which has a value today of ThirtyFive Cents a I
Share W IA
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It is customary to give agents who sell mining stock ten pet
cent in stock this company has decided to sell its own stock and
give the selling reserve to the men who buy There will be just
Three Hundred Lots of One Hundred Shares eachOne Coupon in l
y the Drawing with One Block or Four Coupons with Three Blocks of l
stock I
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g CID THE LIST OF PRIZES i 1
1st Prize 10000 Shares Lucky Man Mining Stock
2nd Prize 5000 Shares Lucky Man Mining Stock
3rd Prize 3000 Shares Lucky Man Mining Stock j
3 4th ze1000 Cash r1
t 5th Prizc2000 Shares Lucky Man Mining Stock m
c 10 Prizes 6th to 15th Each 1000 Shares Stock
i 5 10 Prises 16th to 25th Each 500 Shares Stock f I
10 zes26th to 35th Each 200 Shares Stock J
40 Prizes 36th to 75th Each 100 Shares Stock
Each coupon entitles the holder to chance on tho I < I
t Each coupon entitles the holder to a chance on the seventyfive
c prizesso that each holder really has seventyfive chances to win f
o The proceeds which are sure to be quickly raised from this plan
J will be used in installing the machinery which will immediately put 1
the Lucky Man Mine among the big shippers of Nevada 1
Subscriptions for these special blocks of stock will be re I f
tID ceived by
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Manager o1 Sine Company at
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