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Bing of the Olympic Club
Is the Scene of Some
Sensational v Glove Work
Jive Cracks Who Sport Mis
souri Club's Colors Are
Beady for the Milling
Last night wa» tryout night at the
Olympic Club for the championship
boxing tournament and those lucky
tKougft to be in the house saw more
fights In the hour and a half than they
will ever see again. The bouts were
only a round long and some of them did
not even go the limit, but that one
round generally contained more fea
tures than an ordinary twenty-round
The going: commenced at 8 o'clock
sharp. As soon as one pair would get
through hammering another couple
was substituted and so the fun thus
took the form of a continuous perform
ance. There were no delays and no
squabbling. It was fight, fight, and if
'they did not go they were thrown out
of the ring.
The tryout horses were "Rough
House" Billy McDonald, Lew Powell,
"Willie Johnson, Jack McLaughlln, R.
Stone and Toung Emmlck. All these
young men have a fair knowledge of
the game and little sympathy for one
who aspires to be great with the mitts,
»o the reception some of the aspirants
received would not have been indorsed
by the convention of women's clubs.
More than 100 boxers in all climbed
Into the ring during the evening. Of
this number . thirty-seven fell by the
wayside. When a man made good with
Referee De Witt Van Court and the
judges he was given a card. The other
fellow was not even told to £O. He
eimply made the fastest sort of a get
away out of the ring and asked no
Same of the boys took their defeat to
heart and it was pitiful to see them
graze with a look of earnestness and
jealousy upon Van Court when he
Flipped -out the card at the other end of
the ring.
As no large brigade of unknown
heavy-weights was present there was
no tryout in this class, the welter divi-
Bion being the limit- A new heavy
weight in the person of John Boothby
made his appearance. He handles hlm
eelf Ifke a man who Is there and he
may be a factor in the tournament.
Following is a list of those dropped
from the entry list last night:
105-pound class — John Buckley, John
.Roach, Don Warren. Jack Quinn. Jack
McKenzie. Jack Dolan, W. Austin. Wil
liam May; 115-pound class — John Pur
cell. Ed Steele. John Barber, Harry
Borden. Grove Burke, Dan Sweeney,
George IJarles": 125-pound class — Otto
Xohler. J. Keene. Jack Richardson. \u0084B.
I- Dukeshire, Mike Kennedy, Dick Hag-
Rerty. Al McGrath. J. Sullivan. J. Tay
lor; 135-pound class — J. Dolan, Al Paz
lok. William Kirschner. Ed Ryan. Mike
Mackay. Barney Hoffman, George
Mitchell. William O'Neill, Jack Murphy;
145-pound class — L. Johns; 158-pound
class — Dan Lynchner, Frank Collins.
.• Five of the boxers who will sport the
colors of the Misourl Athletic Club ar
rived last night from St. Louis. They
ere Bob Gresham. 105 pounds; Maurice
Shyder. 115 pounds; Oliver L. Kirk, 125
pound."; Joe Lydon. 135 pounds, and
Greschk-e, 145 pounds. The boys are un
der the wings of Boxing Instructor
Tommy. Sullivan and his assistant, Billy
Truman. They were met at the depot
by the Olympic Club committee — J. J.
Glcason, Max Rosenfeld and Louis
J^eyy — and taken to the home of the
winged "O."
These boys are the best of their class
in Missouri and look like a bunch that
can swing the mitts a bit. They are all
!n good shspe. making it a practice to
fret off -the train many times a day and
run for a few miles. They will start
xrork today at the Olympic Club.
Police Committee Limits Permit* for
• Exhibitions to Three a Month.
The Supervisors' police committee de
cided to recognize six amateur clubs
yesterday in the granting of permits
for boxing- exhibitions. They ar« the
Occidental, California, Hawthorne.
Manhattan, Central and Sunset olnba.
Tho number of exhibitions will b» lim
ited to three In each month. The first
three clubs named will have the April
<lates and the last three the May dates.
Thereafter the three clubs will rotate
monthly In the giving of exhibitions.
Should any of the clubs withdraw some
other club, such as the Kxcelsior Club,
>y.hich is a member of the Pacific Ath
/••nic Association, will be given the
dates of the club that withdraws.*"
Coronado Country Club Links Will De
the Scene of an Interesting:
,*. • Competition.
SAN DIEGO. March 30.— Play will be
commenced tomorrow in the women's
- handicap srolf tournament to be held on
the Coronado Links under the auspices
of the Coronado Country Club. Much
.• Interest is being shown In the result
of.the tournament. The entry list in
1 . 'dudes come of the beet known players
' \ In Southern California.
This tournament was to have been
commenced last Monday afternoon, but
on accc nt of the heavy rains It had
'. to be postponed. The links are re
ported as being in fine condition and
it is expected some great playing will
' be witnessed. . .
". . This- evening the drawings of the
. ' qualifying round were held at the Hotel
dfel Coronado and resulted as follows:
•" Mrs. F- W. Steams and Mrs. Alex
• neynolfls. Mrs. Fred Jackson and Mrs.
James Gardner. Miss Bauer and Mrs.
* Herbert Munn, Miss Stockton and Mrs.
Thomas. > .
Fight Dates Are Announced.
. IX)S ANGELES. March 30. — Manager
McCarcy announced today the date for
the Nelson-Herrera mill, fixing Friday
nijrht. May 11, as the time. It is prob
ablr the Brltt-Hermann affair will be
hefd May 9. McCarey changed the date
from May S, as he did not want to con
llict with the Shriners' parade.
Attell to Join the Benedicts.
• Monte Attell, who has gained some
' prominence as a boxer and as the
brother of Abe Attell, will Join the
t ranks of the married men "tomorrow
k night. His, bride will be Miss Annie
who Is 19 years of age. The
* trroom is 20. Rabbi Levy .will perform
' tlie ceremony.
ARCHITECTS MEET.— Tbe^ Architect »' Am
mtdaxton lield a banquet end bnElneet meeting
at tht St. Francis la«t evening.
James A. Murray a
Big Surprise in
First Race.
Critical Delights His
Backers by Win
As a prelude to his departure with
the Schreiber stable for Memphis, Dr.
Gardner, the crack three-year-old, ran
away with the Kisber handicap at Oak
land track yesterday to pay car fare
and porters' fees on the way down
The Doctor, assigned 116 pounds,
conceded sixteen pounds to such a good
mare a"s Princess Titanla and galloped
in through the muddy going ahead of
her. Sir Edward, a lightweight, ran
third. Tocolaw opened at 4, went to 11
and while not beaten forty-four
lengths, finished last.
Public choices, after a few mishaps,
took the last three numbers on the card.
The attendance was good.
With scarcely more than 530 wagered
on his chances James A. Murray, a 20
: to 1 chance with Teddy Robinson up,
led from start to flnlsU in the introduc
, tory sprint. Rector, the heavily played
13 to 20 choice, finished second. Gal
vanic ran third. In previous races the
winner had shown a disinclination to
run five-eighths of a mile.
May L X. the mount of Graham and
second choice in the rinsr. was the only
one to get away in the two-year-old
scramble. The Ossary lllly won run
ning away from Kamsack and Ramiro,
the latter a 100 to 1 shot. Tanana. the
favorite, and Utica, an extensively
backed one, never had a chance.
Ten commonplace platers started in
the mile selling fixture. The winner
turned up in Bird of Passage, which,
well ridden by J. J. Walsh, came home
the easiest sort of a winner over Easy
Street and Blackthorn. Standard, the
favorite, held a prominent position to
the stretch and then faded away.
Tommy Sandy's stock took a rise
when, with the leg up on the favorite
Lord Nelson, he beat Rice, astride of
Hedgethorn, a neck for the fifth event.
The latter looked to be winning, but
Rice could not keep him fro*m swerving
in and the decision went to the first
choice. Moncie Moble. a 20 to 1 shot,
took show honors.
Fortunately for Jake Holtman, Criti
cal won the concluding mile purse
number after getting none the best of
a somewhat tagged start. The brown
gelding ruled an even money chance.
Gradually wearing down the leaders he
defeated St. George Jr. with a bit to
spare. Boloman ran third.
This is cut-in day at Oakland for the
Teddy Robinson piloted two winners.
Twelve horses, the pick of the
Schreiber string, were shipped to Mem
phis last evening. Dr. Gardner is ex
pected to win the Derby at the South
ern meeting.
The betting would indicate that Toco
law had one of his . legs sawed . off.
The big chestnut horse looked all right
In the paddock.
Entry blanks for the Seattle stakes,
fourteen in all. are out. They close on
Saturday, April 21. -The management
emphasizes the fact that the ring will
be an open one. This Is the greatest
advertisement the meeting could have.
Foxlinl! Beats MatnMa.
HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. March 30.— Oaklawn
racing results:
First racp. six furlong* — Viperlne won. King
Wild second. Dusky third. Time. 1:17 3-5.
. Second race, three and a half furlongs — Miss
Martha won, Mendicus second. Dr. Root third.
Time, :44*i.
Third race, five and a half furlongs — Foxhall
won. Mafalda second. J. TV. O'Xeil third.
Time. 1:10 3-5.
Fourth race, one and a quarter miles — Dolin
<3a' won. George Vivian second, Los Angeleno
third. Time, 2:12.
Fifth race, one mile — Toung Salter won, -Ca
dillac second. Odd Ella third. Time. 1:46 3-5.
Sixth race, seven furlongs — Stumptown won.
The Borgian second, Amberita third. Time,
1 :32.
Steeplechase for Ancetlcs, Sliver.
LIVERPOOL. March 30. — The Grand
Xatlonal steeplechase of 2750 sover
eigns, a handicap for five-year-olds and
upward, about four miles and S5O yards,
was run today at the Liverpool spring
meeting and was won by Prince llatz
feldt's Ascetics Silver. Red Lad was
second and Aunt May was third. Twen
ty-three horses started.
Two More I.iqnor Places Visited and
One of the Intruders Is Arrested
in the Act.
An unusually large number of sa
loons have been visited by burglars
during March, scarcely a day having
passed without reports being sent to
the police. About five o'clock yesterday
morning- Policeman J. S. Cook saw the
side door of Luke Marisch's saloon at
224 Third street open. He and Police
man Hinrichs Investigated and found
that three nlckel-In-the-slot machines
had been broken open and the contents,
about $10, stolen. It Is suposed that the
burglar had hidden himself In the sa
loon before it was closed on Thursday
night. : .
Alexander Myhre entered the. saloon
of Brown & Knudson, 212 East street,
late Thursday night and was seen by
Policeman A. L. Marten,, who placed
him under arrest on a charge of burg
lary. He had taken $2 from the cash
register and had stolen two pint bottles
of llciuor. He admitted that he had
also broken into the saloon about a
week ago and had stolen several bottles
of beer and a gold ring." He turned the
ring over to the policeman and it was
booked as evidence against him.
Director Walcott ; of the Geolos;lral Sur
vey Sends Letter Quotlngr Their
' Sentiments on Question.
The River Improvement and Drain
age Association has received assurances
that C. E. Grunsky, Congressman Mc-
Lachlan, Congressman Hayes, Con
gressman McKinlay, Congressman Need
ham, : Congressman Gillett and Senator
George C. Perkins entertain favorably
the resolutions recently, adopted, re
garding reclamation California lands
by the River; Improvement' and . Drain
age* Association, the California" Miners'.
Association, the Sacramento Valley De
velopment Association and. the Anti-
Debris Association of California.: The
sentiments of the gentlemen named
were quoted in. a letter^ addressed by
Director Walcott of ; the United: States
Geological Survey to Rufus P. Jennings.'
The Call's Racing Form Chart
OAKLAND — Friday, March 30. Weather rainy. Track sloppy, f
E. C, HOPPER. Presiding Judg«. . '' ' '- J. J. HOLTMAN. Starter. ,- "'^
O4BS. FIRST RACE— Futurity course; selling; four-year-olds and up; valuVto nrst,;f32s.' \^
Indexl Horse and Owner. ._, Wtßt. %. %.'." %. ; StrJ Fin.; I ;jockey:~. ;Op.-,ia.
9468 J. A. Murray, 4 (DA. Ross). U6 S ...' 1 h 1 IVil 3, 1 2^ Robinson .: -"10 " ;20.; 20.
9455 Rector, 5 (Magrane & Co.) 120 6 ... '4 % 3 %.2 n 22H Graham \u0084: :8-4J 13-20.
8454 Galvanic. 4 (Fawcett & C 0.).. 117 4* ... 2 2V42 8J43.H 3 n- M. \L#nch.. ,:' 4,^-2
9012 Master. 6 (A. W. Ream)... . . . 120 2"...' 8 n 4 4\4 2%4 4 . j Fountain >.'. \u0084: 1 0 -,12
9258 Bob McLeUn, 6 (H. Remua).. 120 10 ... 0 1 8 I' 6 2- 64, Dugan- .... '' 10 .30
898S Miss Raphael,' 4 (White) . . . . . 118 6 ... 5 5%5 2 6 3 0 h Rice .... ..; / ; ;30 >iso^
8373 Virginia Boy, 5 (Turner & Co.) 120 1 ... 7*2V46 V 4 7 8 71 : T. -Stewart. .•••\u25a03o 75
9442 Brown Tatsy, 5 (I. Morehouse) 120 8 ... 61W1-8 2 \S IVi Hobart'..; . jV>\ c© .
8788 Circua, 6 (R. Gutter). ..1.;.. 123 9 . . . 10 ,10 10 \u25a0 ' 0% " Minder. . .:. <i^l<V>\
0087 Black Joe, 4 (Maple Stable).. 116 7 ... 8 1 \u25a094/0 1 10' R- Davis.:. 301 100
Time— :24 % , :50%, • 1 -.14. -At poet ' M \u25a0 minute. Off : at 2 :03 V£. . . Murray,' . place," 7 ; ! show, v l3-3. |
Rector, place. 1-3; show. out. Galvanic, show, 7-10 • "Winner, eh. g.Jbyißubicon-Plum
. era. Trained by 0.-Wentworth. Scratched — De Grammont, Dotage.-? Start' good: "Won
all out. Balance driving. Highest price— Rector 4-5, Galvanic 5. Master 13.^ McL«an 40. *
"Winner could not run five'and a half furlongs previous to this race, f Rector j late, in; get
ting up. Calvanic no excuse. ; Master-quit. Circus may improve with'; racing. v^--' *...
9456. SECOND RACE-r-Three and a half furlongs; purse; two-y'ear-olds ßvalue to first, ; $325: ;
Indexl Horse and Owner. Wt St. %?;-, %. %.v Str: Fin. J Jockey. .[; Op. : : Cl. ,
0458 May L, N,(D. A. R05a);....'.. 100 l: .^. .:..\u25a0 1,1%1 2%1 5 •*• Graham' W. 8-5;. 18-5 .
»447: Kamsack (Klrkfteld Stable)... 114 4; ...• ... 2% 2 IH2 Hi Buchnnan . 7-2 .19-2;
9419; Ramiro. (E. J. 8a11win) .."..:.- 100 5 ....... ... 6 1 3n 3 3 n W. Kellyi.. ; .20 V--100
BerUe A (P. Wilkerson). ...:. 100 7 ... ... 3 1%4 I^4 % T. Clark:.: vlO." 8
9474 Tanana"(Nome Stable)...'.'...". 114 9 ..•. ... .7%6 H 5n Robinson; .. .5-2 5-2;
H347 Utica (Antrim Stable).... :...:il05) 8 "... ... 9 1 7 2 B IVi Hobart;:... ,\- 0 «
9467' Monden (W. P. Fine).. ...... .|114 2 4V, 5 2 71H B. Powell.. • 10 20
Goldena tG. H0w50n) ..'...::.. J107 3 ... ... -8192-82 Fountain" .'. > .10 ; 40
0447 Ocean Shore (A. F. Elliott). '.(ll4 6 ... ... 648 1 9 3 Rice' .'.'Jr. .. \u0084 6 -;12
9389 Bona (Smith & C 0;).. .. \u25a0 .. .. .|lO7 10 . \u25a0 . ., !. . . 10 10 -10 Burghart'.. \u25a0COy-100
Time— :24>4. :42^4. At post % minute. Oft at 2:2<J%. At post V* minute*.'-"- May,* place,
8-5; show, 4-5. Kamsack, place, 2; show. •4- K. " Ramiro, show.l 2. Winner.b. -t. by,O«
sary-Plumera. Trained by G.- Wentworth Scratched— Pescadera, Halton. ...'Start: poor. '..
Won easily. Balance driving hard. Hlgheet price — May 4. -Kamsack: 11-2, .Goldena. 60. -
Oirean Shore 13. • Winner off sailing; others flat", footed. Kamsack ran »sgood. race. \ So
did Ramiro. Bertle'A is a clever filly and will bear watching. Tananano chance with
start. Utica, qff poorly, showed plenty, of. speed. Ocean Shore a bad actor.V. ;._ . '.- .'-,' \u25a0'
0487. THIRD RACE— One mile; 'selling; four-year-olds^ and up; value to first, ?430. V
Indexl Horse and Owner. - Wt St. %. ;%. «4.- Str." Fin. | Jockeyyl /Op.'. ; Cl.
94"i ißird of Passage, 4 (Del Monte) 107 8 1 n 1 %'l 2%1 4 1 3, J. J.' Walsh ;;.-;4MI-2
9463 jEasy Street, a (R0we11).\ . . .. 102 9 90' 9 6 736 2 2 1 Sandy. V.:. . •\u25a0 5> ...6 ;
j 9471 Blackthorn, a -(Remus C 0.)... 110 7 827 2^4 n4H 3 % Wright V.".'.. V 5 "6
8534 Elba, 4 (P. Sheridan)... ...... 105 5 4 h 41^5 2H3 Vi 4 3& Robinson '. . 7.-12
9420 Jolly Witch. 4 (E.i Stewart)... 105 4 7 h '5 n 6 % 0 1 52w. I Rice "..".".-. .15 '30
9455 Standard, 5 (J. N.Mounce).. 107 8 3%31 2 1%2 n 62^i 'Fountain .. :T: T 3. ? 7-2
9353 Mountebank, a (McCarthy)... 107 2 6n 8. n" BVa 8 2 7Vj Buchanan ". . 8 9-2
9463 Florence Fonso, 5 (Davles Co.) 105 10 10 .10 10 '' , 9 2 8 2 . I W..' Smith.'. 15-- "20:
9057. Auto Hood,-4 (Fleur de Lds). 110 3." 5 2^6 h 94 10 9 8 Otis ..'.'.-.'.'. -10 12
W. P. Palmer, 5 (Walker).. . IC3 1 2 1^2%, 3 \u25a0%\u25a0 7 |Derouen:... 15 20"
Time— :2sH. :50^. 1:17%. 1:45V4." "At post: 2 minutes : Off at 2:54U- Pajreage, place, 6-2;
show, 7-5." Street, place, 5-2; show, 6-6. Blackthorn, show, 6-5. Winner, b..g.' by Scor T
pion-Belle Richards. - Trained by W. (^ahlll. • ". Scratched— Sacredus. Leash, . Phaon; Polo-,
nlous. . Estella J. Start good. Won easily/ Balance driving. . Highest price— Bird ,of ;
Passage 6, Elba 15, Mountebank 10, Auto Hood 20. Winner received a ' first-class ride, i
Eaey Street, off poorly, was pounds the best. Going not heavy enough "Tor -Blackthorn. ;
Elba no excuse. Standard quit. Mountebank no account. 'W. P. Palmer < ran well for J
half a mile. \u25a0/ ., \u25a0 - . \u0084.:..\u25a0\u25a0- , . ...">••'.•--\u25a0 .\u25a0: '~' ; - -.'r- • A:-^^,y- : . \
O4SS. FOURTH RACE— 6H furlongs; the Kisber handicap;- 3-year-olds "and'upj first, ,$450.
Indexl . Horse and Owner. lWt|FSt. % . W- %." Str. Fin. I Jockey.: |- ? Qp.' ci. :
(0434)1Dr. Gardner, 3 (Schreib-r) 116f*5 ... '1 hi 2 1 2&t'2H Dugan > ...: 3^5 2-5
(9459) Princess Titanla. a (Mlllln);. 108 1 ... 2 3^2 I^2 3 2 4 Graham" ... \u25a0 7 17-2.
0459 Sir Edward, 3 (Van Gordon).. 101.4 .*.'.. 3'h 3 3^3 2.3 ns Rlc e ...%..: ;;•;; ;• ; 8 .13:
9434 Toupee 5 (W Gabriel) ..102 3 ... 4,4' 4 3 4 IVj4 h . (Robinson i .'. \u25a0{, 15^ 15
(9442) Tocolaw, 5 (J. Madison) 122 2 ... 5 5 5 . 5 .* ;|T...Clark. \u25a0 . : ..;; 4 " 11
Time — :23% :48. 1:15, 1:21 H. At post Vi minute. Off- at 3:19%/ i Gardher, ;i place, 1-6; \u25a0' \u25a0
show, out. Princess ' placa, 6-5r show. '. 1-3: " Edward, - b|jow,— 9- lO.''^.Winner,- V. - c.-"by "
Bannockburn-Uarda. " Trained by H. R.\ Brandt. ScratchfeoS-Hector. /I Start good. .Won
in • a gallop. Second easily. -Thlrd-.drlvlng..- .Hlghest-.prlce— rToupeei2o, _Toco:aw. .12..
Dr. Gardner the class. Going -too stiff for Princess Titanla. \u25a0 Sir Edward dtd his best.. •:
Toupee ran a fair race. Tocolaw was a ghastly joke in the betting and his 'showing
was Inexplicable. , -
«480. FIFTH RACE— Six furlongs; selling^ 3-year-olds; value to first. $325.
1 Indexl Horse and' Owner. 1 iflj IWt!St.«H ! . tf. % %. Str.«Fln. t Jocker.i.j ,Op. . Cl.^
9456 ILord Neleon (H. E. Row«ll):.| 99 1' ... 1 2^i;2 1 I'l n Sandy. {..~. \u25a0••', ;.2 '8-5
9450 Hedgethorn (T. H. Ryan). ... .|lO4 3 ... 413 n 2-2.2 6 .Rice f...."..j .2 -13-5'
'Moncie Mobla (Newman)...... 04 2' ... 3 1542:1(43:^3 h ..*. . -s8 •; 20
9456 Cock Sure (Club Stable)... .. .]lo7| 6 610 5 % 4 %-4 1% T. Clark.-.. \u25a0 "5 ; 20
(92C5)iAbe Meyer (Manhattan Stable) 1041 5 ... 5 H56,10 5 2.53 „ Graham ..„ 3 8
.... ;Betsey (M. B." Arterberry) • . • ; • 99| 4 ... 2 Va'M Vi'C 8 « 10: R. Davis..: jV 7 9-2
9478 St. Volma (Applegate & Co.:. ICS 7- ... 8 y,7 24 1 7.o?V|&obinson .. V2O CO.
1H27 jSalnada (B. Schreiber). ...... 94 8 ... 72 '8 8 8 ':|Schade ...: .50 100
Time — :24H. :*9, 1:15*4. At post 1% minutes. Off at 3:4GVJ." Nelson, place, 3-5; shoW, 1-3.
Hedgethorn, place, 11-10; show, 1-2. Moble, show, 5-2. Winner, eh. g. by St. Carlo-Good
Hope. Trained by H. E. Rowell. Scratched — Grasscuttcr. Ebel Thatcher, Tavora, Main.
Start good. Won all driving. Highest price — Hedgethorn 3. Sandy on winner lost no
ground and won after meeting with repeated interference last one hundred yards. • Hedge- j
thorn would have ecored if Rice had not let him swerve. Moncie Moble Is fast. Abe
Meyer was short. Betsey ran out through the Ptretch. St. Volma will Improve.
0400. SIXTH RACE^ — Mile; purse; three-year-olds and upward; value to first, $400.
Indexl Horse and Owner. * IWtlSt. %. . «'. %. Str. Fln.l Jock»y. I Op. cT
(9475) ' Critical, 4 (Case & Stemler). .|lO7 3 5 4 n ( 4 32n.1 i£ Robinson .. ~ 1 1
947<» |SL George Jr., 5 (McLe.ughlin)|ll4 4 1h.2%22 3h 24 Minder .... 4 23-5
9478 Boloman 3 (D. S. Fountain). .| 98 2-2»J :{ 5 3 \(, 4 4 J ly, Graham ... 5 4
(047S)|Wrenne.'3 (Weber & Co.) 104 1 4 1(45 5 5 4n T. Clark... 5-7
9477 |Wee Lass, 3 (Hall & M.)...| 94 53 4 1 2^l 4 1 2^.5 Preston ... .0 15-2
Time— :2sU. 49%, 1:16. 1:43%. At post 2^ minutes. Off at 4:15. Critical, place. 2-5;
*=how, out. George, place, 7-5; show, 1-2. Boloman, enow, 2-5., Winner, br. g. by Plaudit-"
Coraza. Trained by J. E. Caae. Start bad. Won all driving. Highest price — Critical tt-5,
St. Georse 5, Wrenne 8, Wee Lass 8. Critical, away very poorly, gradually woredown
the leaders. St. George, slow to get away, did his beat. Boloman . ridden in the poorest
going Wrenne possibly does not like the mud. Wee Lara quit. . - >^
Health Ofllcer Notifies Concern to Comp
ly 3lore. Particularly - With
'Sanitary Requirement n.
. Health Officer Ragan recently directed
the food inspectors to make an exami
natidn of- the Walnut Grove Dairy in
Oakland, which sells milk in this city
under a certificate granted by the
County Medical Society and also un
der a permit issued by the local Health
The inspectors reported that the
dairy, which is owned by Burroghs
Bros., has sixty-five . cows, some of
which are in a poor condition, six of
them having inflamed udders. While
the barns and milkroom' are in good
condition, the Inspectors found that the
water trough from which the cows get
their water is in a very filthy condition.
It was also ascertained that the udders
of sixteen cows were washed in the
same pail of water. ,
Ragan at once ordered notification
sent to the firm named to-put its water
trough In clean condition and to com
ply more particularly with the provi
sions of the ordinance prescribing
sanitary rules for the handling of milk.
The issuance of a certificate by the
County Medical Society is not regarded
as official in view of the fact that the
dairymen submit samples of milk taken
from the best portion; of their 'supply.
Ragan understands that a fee 0f, 520 is
exacted from the dairymen for the cer
tificates. Apparently no examination or
inspection of the dairy premises is made
by the officers of the society.
Thomas Chlcuoioln Pledges .His "Whole
Estate for Small of Forty-
Five Dollars.
C. H. Morrell, a money lender, with
offices in the Examiner building, yester
day assigned to R. C. Brown, one of his
clerks, all his Interest in the .estate of
Thomas J. Chlchozola:
Chlchozola Is one of the sons- of
Capitalist Antonio " Chlchozola, : proml-"
nent in the Latin colony," who died. a'
little over two weeks ago,, leaving-, an
estate valued at a million . dollars. \u25a0 •In
the will Thomas J. Chlchozola' is; prac
tically disinherited, being - left ' only an
allowance of $100 per" month. V s : "\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0.::'. I
'\u25a0 The interest ' in' Thomas ; Chlchozola's
estate transferred by Morrell : yesterday,
consists of a general power.'of attorney
given him by Chlchozola as security- for
a ' loan •of $45 made ; in : October, 1904.
This power of ''attorney^ is -of ; most
sweeping character. The loan calls. for
thepayment of 10 per cent interest per
month. \u25a0 .;. " ; ;i ' '/\u25a0"•
Fails to File Another i Petition.
.The . Supreme Court yesterday^ denied
without comment] 1 the .voluminous v pe
tltlon of -Attorney" George jD." Collins
for a writ r of - habeas f corpus.'.; The ; re
markable fact . that the", overwed lawyer
did not; Immediately •fileTa^new.docu-,
merit of similar, nature .was 'a cause; for.
profound wonder \ among the 'court; at
taches. . \ J;
NiiliervlMliic In«|iector BrniiinKbani Xo
tlfleii Pnhllc to Disrcgrard Published
Story That Had Xo Foundation.
Several days ago an evening paper
of this city published a sensational
story to tho effect that the United
States local inspectors had condemned
some tule life preservers used on the
3teamer "Encinal.. There was; no foun
dation for the story. S The report, how
ever, reached Washington, and United
States Supervising Inspector Berniing
ham yesterday received a telegram
from the Secretary of! the Department
of Commerce and Labor requesting him
i to sond to tho department at once all
the lire preservers condemned. Captain
Bermlngham sent a reply to the effect
that no life preservers had been con
demned and that i the report 7 was an
error. In order v to ; remove \ the . exist
ing inisapprehension.j.Captain Berming
ham yesterday issued the' following
notice: ;
To Whcm , it May Concern: '
\1 hereby .certify that there was not one'ot
the 200S tule life preservers on -board the ferry
steamer Knclr.al at her . annual inspection on
the 19th., 20th' and.22d instants that failed" to
pasa a thorough in«pection in everj' particular
the article published in the Evening Bulletin of
this city. on;the-20th Instant,' and which was
copied in the Seattle .Times; on the 2lst instant;
to\the contrary notwithstanding.' ResDectlullv
Supervising Inspector, First District. *
Elks Elect Officers.
There was an unusually exciting
meeting; last-night of -the members. or
San Francisco .Lodge of. the Protective
Order of Elks, it, being the -.annual
election for officers. < The occasion was
made decidedly '-"- interesting \u25a0 from the
fact that , Herman Kohn, -who- has-been
the secretary -for; many years, had .two
candidates in opposition ' to him.". Kohn,
; however, : won/ -two to one.' ~ The'fol
lowing: is" the resultof ! the;election;iE.
C. Clark, past exalted ruler; Thomas W ;
Hickey, exalted i ruler; W. ; M. Abbott/
esteemed ; leading \ knight; H:- C.*' Wilber,
esteemed loyal \u25a0 knight ; ' c. .":* L. ~. Beck"
esteemed .lecturing knight; G E.i Hunt;
treasurer; r Herman" Kohn, secretary j'
P. \ Broder, tiler ; ; G? C McGregor,^ trus
tee; lE. C.' Clark,' representative 'to the
Grand Lodge;; J.' S. Partridge, alternate
representative.; , \
Auto, Runs Into Hydrant!
; ;- An " driven . at;, a : reckless
speed ' crashed >. ; into 'a - hydrant near
Golden . Gate ;f avenue '* and Market
yesterday vmornlng/H The-occupants. " a'
man who. gave ; his name , as J. . j,*;Mur
phy, .and'avwoman^were^hurledito'the
pavement and' severely, shaken' up."; The
chauffeur;- i Willia"myKelley,; : leaped "out
of 'the ? machine ',' just .;. before^ the crash
came; and, escaped, uninjured." f\ The ' 'occu
pants'^ were [ morelor ''less'iundef* theiin-'
fluenice Vof : liquor.^ Murphy iwas treated
at the : % Central ':}. Emergency. Hospital^
.The i wo'mahi was ; removed '; to 'fa? private
sanltarluhi."''' This chauffeurj declared Tat
thelhospitallthat the machine belonged
to .-the 'Auto : Li very >?,This •? Is
denied'atUhe office ;of. the company •
— .'. First ;race--Orchnn, Harbor,
. M njor ; Tenny; v
: .Second ; y/race — - Shady I*ad,
- • Dnrld Boland, Anvil. '.' y^ _"*._
Third': race — Gossiper, Bob
• Ragon, Ralbert. ' .
Fourth; #race4-Blagar, " Stover
; , entry, \u25a0 Tony Fau»t. . / . /
r : Fifth , race i— Critical, Be
knlgrhted, Soufrere./
Sixth .race-^Yada, Lily Gold
.":, ing:. Graceful." ' '
; The ; Gebhard Handicap, the richest two- j
year-old 'prize f of.' the ;\u25a0 season, will ,be "de- ,
elded, at: Oakland ; this afternoon, 'it has
attracted a 1a 1 large field and should prove
ahighly exciting -contest. The, day's en
tries: : ;; '\u25a0\u25a0_. . \u25a0\u25a0 .' ' ;
, /First race — One and a "quarter miles, four
'yean-oldu and up, 'selling.' ' \u25a0' - '-'
0407 Major Tenny (Green) 107
9404 Leila Hill - (Belmont) .102
(0457)Orchan (Stover) .110
(9470)LanBdo<wn • (Fitzgerald) 107
0408 Royal Red (Touhey), ...........104
, WG4 'Harlxr (Ellerd) ...............:.. . . ,105
; 9464 Morjjente (McNeil) . . ••••_••• •• • • • - 102
. ' Second •\u25a0 race— Seven > furlongs, four-year-olds
and. up", selling. ..„..'• '.. < -V - .. .'•
J W77 David Boland (Fountain) ......:...... 103
(94«a)Cardinal Sartj (Blaalngame) :.... 07
.8451 Peggy O'Neal(McNell) ........v. 98
9471 Golden Sunrise (Jones & Lu5k) ....... 1«0
\u25a0 9180 Yellowstone (Brophy) .105
9420 Mr. Farnum (McCafterty) .\ ... 97
" 9448 Anvil (Murray) .'.........•.."....:.... .100
9402 Matt Hogan- (Magrane) V...V..102
. 9471 Lucrece (Coffey) V. . 92.
9452 Brlarthorpe (McGettrick &'Crysler)...lo.'{
9275 'Warte Nlchte (Oakland Stable) ...... 95
'0458 Shady Lad (Fullum) 102
-Third race — Five furlongs, three-year-olds
and ' up, jmrse. -
C 472 Ralbert. (McCafterty) . ; .104
9334 Gosslper (Touhey) ....... 102
9C69 Masedo (Rosedale Farm) ......11l
0360 Head Dance (Lakewood Stable) 107
"9472 -Judge , (Ramsey) ....... ..11l
. 9450 I'm Joe (Yanke)':.' ;.;... »5
Young ' Pilgrim (Sage) ....11l
9296 Bob Ragon (Summers) ...'.......: 107
v ....*Akbar (Strauss) »5
. Fourth ' race.— Five furlongs: Gebhard handi
cap ; f2500 , added ; two- year-olds.
\u25a00458 Valeureuse (Randall) 104
9372 Elmdale (Coffey) '.... ! .....104
(9474)P!mklm (Stover) .......V. 108
(945S)Xatlve Son (Stover) ...: 118
0458 Saxonta (MiUln) .... 107
9458 Tony Faust (Schreiber) 110
f 9474"Tankee Jim" (Ross) : . . ". .104
(94«2)D0c Craig (Yanke) .:. IC3
0479 ' Queen "Alleene (Ross) ~. .v. ........; ...W
9455 Woolma (Applegnte & Cotton) ...109
9458 Mabel Hollander (Stover) ..,111
9458 El Tovar (Grifrtn) 105
(9439)81agg (L*e & Son) 117'
Fifth race^-Onei arid; a* quarter miles^Usbou
handicap; three-yesx-olds * and' up. . '\u25a0> •"-^\u25a0- X*<
9476 Soufrere (Sierra' Nevada" Stable)?. .-... 112 i
9482 Preservator (Randall) .:'. ..*.......... ..101
9482 Ed • Sheridan- (Davtes) '. . . .'..... . . .'. .'. ..* 99
(»476)Roycrof t (Dos« . &'. Heifer5) . . ....... .. ,. 100
i 0476 \u25a0 Bekhlgnted : O*e &; 8on) . .'. . "r .". .r. i. . . 100
(9490)Crltical; (Case & Stemler)... ..;.•..'.. ..103
Sixth race — One mile; purse;' three-year-olds
and up.*' -\u25a0'\u25a0*\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ' '- ,''\u25a0*\u25a0•\u25a0;
9440 Dixie. Lad (Parker) ......... : .Y. .108
948" Gateway (Burnett) 100
(9472) Graceful (Menlo Stable) .....;107
(9484) Blue '.Eyes' , (Sheridan) '.f. .T. . .\u25a0;.-. . .'. ..107
9478 Elevation ' (Fullum) ...' 94
9400 Yada (Cahlll) .;...:..:......... :...^IOS
9475 Red' Light > ( McCafsrty) . ; :107
(9435) Li1y Goldlng (McKenzie) . . .' 103
•Apprentice ; allowance;-" \u25a0 " ', ; j
Commissioner s I Clerk \Buys
Pools in a Saloon arid
Cigar Store.
Theold quarrel regarding the gam
bling situation in this city was renewed
in a mild manner before 1 the Board of
Police Commissioners last evening vi The
equal division, of the board on the sub
ject was 'preserved," although, President
Poheim did not indorse: the views 1 of '
Commissioner - O'Grady .quite \ so . em
phatically "as Tat : previous meetings.
Commissioners Drinkhouse and: Reagan
were both positive \ that poolselllng
should be stamped out in "the city and
the' handbook' makers should •be . ar-'
rested and " charged • with.- - vagrancy.
Commissioner O'Grady j argued- that it
•would-be .impossible 1 to ; get a -.'convic
tion on such a charge : and the , president
of the board suggested that something
be; done Immediately by the Chief of
Police to relieve the situation. \
At the close of the transaction of
routine business before theiboard Com
missioner Drinkhouse made a statement
that one' of his clerks,; at his request,
; had : purchased. pools: on horse races at
two .saloons and one cigar store. Com
missioner O'Grady immediately sug
gested as remedy, that the clerk appear
before:...-; a ,. magistrate. and., charge the
sellers of the pools with having; vio
lated an ordinance against gambling
One of the places ; mentioned is at
the" corner -of Pacific and Stockton
streets- and Commissioner Drinkhouse
advanced as his idea that the ' officers
on i the . beat* should be charged with
; dereliction of duty.
The question of handbooks came : up
\u25a0 and some- emphatic, language .was used
regarding the r possibility of arresting
and. charging men who take sidewalk
bets with , vagrancy. Reagan Fald that
the officers t on the various beats' should
.be acquainted with the men. engaged in
ithis ; practice and as \ fast 'as ; they wore
'discovered -it; should, become the duty
of ,the ) policemen to- take, them to jail
and- ctiargreithem with vagrancy.; Comf
missloner, O'Grady' lnsisted that the men
be charged' with a violation of the pool
selling, ordinance and made -a clear
i statement ; "regarding the -limits of , : the
vagrancy 1 law. .Thus it stood two 'to
two ":. on? the matter, of what, should be
; done i and /finally ; the Chief of Police
was- instructed to issue, orders' to f his
men that all gambling of this order!
.must cease; and .thatrhandbook men as
well as poolrooms', and V poker, resorts
must go out 'of, business. v-\
'--' *The following J> restaurant-keepers,
"who 'have, sold 'liquor -'without meals,
were "deprived : .of^ their "liquor ileenses:
'-'. AbradorichTi" Bonn/. 1 1210^4 Polk; Demetrio
Amestasio, " 682 1 Hayes; -, Sabadln *& ' Giavinovic.
1241 ' Polk: "Anton gplletak, 504 Larkin: Vasilns
Saris. ? 1186 McAllister: r John * Vroltfh, 1735 Fill
more;'^M.i 1^; : MUeoxick. 1390 > Turk: - Jacob
Sambrailo. ~ Post j and.. Fillmore: Berggren- &
Hebug/4 2318 : Flllmor* : . George I V. Kovacerlco.
220 Vt '\u25a0 Leavenworth : k Bias \u25a0& . Mitropulor, % 1910
Ftllmbre ; '• Antone Kovacevlch, 504 Turk; John
Svilocicl, ; 1402 .Eddy. • i- - -
Native I Sons' Delegates.
)'-, Bay; City .Parlor, - Native, Bons -of i the
Golden iWest.i has thel following
"as ! delegates, to; the; next; session of the
Grand Parlor: of , the order:' Henry, G.VwV
Dinkelsplel,:4' Louis Thomas
Hamlltonsand -RobertiNordman. * James
Rolph^ Jr., j F.jG.'iNorman and G. W.
Mlerdlerks 'I have been -elected to re^re-'
seht"'Hesperian~ Parlor "in ': the grand
body.-; ;. :-:
Members \u25a0 of Ail-Star Team
Lead Out the Stanford
Sprinters at a Meet
Nash Is the Only One to
Establish New Mark Un
der Unfavorable Conditions
With a slow and sodden track\under foot
thefleet runners of the all-star southern
team, composed of the best performers
of Pomona College, *. Occidental j College
and the University , of - Southern . Califor
nia, defeated the Stanford varsity today
by the margin of 6: points. They made
64 points to 58 for^ the. cardinal. The re
sult of the field day waa T ln, the balance
until the conclusion' of the exciting relay
race, rin which the '/visitors' * won . out , by
two inches after an unintentional foul" In
the last lap. \ The referee gave the race
to the. actual .winners.;. ..: ;_V i : , •_ - \u25a0'.;
t The star -performance of .the day was
the two-mile race.'in which Nash, a Stan
ford I runner, 1 ' beat the college record of
10:27}5 . by covering the weary stretch* In
10:27. Bird of Occidental" College ' In th©
sprints and Hage'rman In the hurdles and
broad "jump were \ the. big - point-takers
from the' south: The results" in .[detail:
• 100-yard' dash— Won by Bird (Occidental) :
Cope (Stanford).- second; Vanderroort (Stan
ford), third. Time. :104-5.
: Mile run— Wen by Chapln ( Occidental) ;> Lor
beer... (Pomona); second; Miller (Stanford),
third. -Time,4 :44. W \u25a0 .
.\u25a0 120-yard hurdles — Won . by Hagerman (Occi
dental); Dreltkreutz (U. 3. C). second; Ball
(Stanford), third. \u0084T ime, :16 4-3.
440-yard dash — Won by Bird (Occidental);
llussey (Stanford)., second; Davis (Stanford),
.third. .'Time. : 52 2-5. ,
' Two-mile run — Won by: Nash (Stanford);
Hemrod C Pomona), 'second; Roth (Occidental),
third. Time. 10:27...
220-yard low hurdle" — Won .by Macfarland
(Stanford); Horton (Stanford), second; Hager
man (Occidental) and Spurgeon (i'omona),
dead heat for third. Time, :27 2-5. •
220-yard dash — Won by Bird (Occidental);
McNeil (Stanford), second: Macfarland (Stan
ford).-third.'Time^ -.23 2-5. • .
880-yard run — Won by Brown (Pomona);
Sevcry '(Stanford) and Shearer (Stanford), tie
for second. Tune. 2:02 2-5.
Mile relay — Won by Southern team. Time,
3:36 2-5.
: High jump — Won by Munger (Pomona);
Thomas (Pomona), second: Mugler (Stanford),
third. Height. 5 feet f> Inches.
Pole vault — Won by Kocher and Lanagan of
Stanford: Comstock (U. S. C). third. Height.
10 feet 6 inches. . .
; Broad Jump-*- Won by Hagerman (Oc
cidental); .Vandervoort (Stanford), second;
Thomas (Pomona), third. Distance, 21 feet S
. Hammer throw — Won by W. E. Crawford
(Stanford): Mooney- (Pomona),* second: D. P.
Crawford (Stanford), third. Distance. 149 feet.
; Shotput— Wen " by Horton (Stanford) ; W. E.
Crawford (Ptanford), necond ; D. P. Crawford
(Stanford), third. Distance, 40 feet 3% inches.
Expect Freshmen to Defeat 'Stanford by
\u25a0!'.•\u25a0•.\u25a0 \u25a0:.". "•';/-. -"a"] Safe *Marßiii. 4 ''~.. '",
i: BERKELEY*i'March :: ao:— The Inter-
row' afternoon" will draw 'a great crowd
to the Berkeley "oval, the event being 1
the first of Us kind in the history of
intercollegiate : contests. ; Stanford will
semi up her .most .promising and clever
freshmen to go' against the cream of
the '09- division .at the University of
California. These youngsters, keen for
sport and anxious to distinguish them
selves, .may be expected to provide some
rare entertainment for lovers of clean,
high clase athletics.
The blue and gold will be represented
by forty-eight men. Stanford will not
have so many.- An expert who sums up
the chances of the two teams' has pro
vided the college sportsmen with the
following summary of the outlook:
'In' summing up the : points which, will be
made California phoulii take first and third in
the mile;- In the 100. first and third, making
a total of six. points, .while Stanford will get
three. ' Stanton -in the 220 is good for five
points, and the cardinal . will ' probably make
four; Cowlts and Dozier will get at teast
eleven points in the high and low hurdles, leav
ing seven for Stanford; Rawles Fhould capture
the quarter, but the blue and gold'representa
tives will gtt the- other. four- points. .California
has a good > chance of making ' eight points in
the two mile, and probably will do the same in
the' half; there should be little difficulty in
taking .two places in the; high • Jump; the car
dinals count on : eight , points -in the .broad,
"while California will g(t' but one; the pole
vault should arid eight points to. the blue. and
gold score ; ' the men from ; down the bay ex
pect fourteen pqlnts in the weights, and Cali
fornia will probably have to be content with
four. Five points in the relay ; will -end the
scoring for the California babies. , The final
score, barring ; accidents, will be - in ' the vi
cinity of li.s to 54. with California on the
long end. " --"' % . ' _ -
Committees Are Working Hard to Make
Outinß (lie Mont SncceMsful Af
fair of Its Kind.
The' Retail. Grocers are already be-
Kinning to arrange for their annual pic
nic- The affair wiir be held at : Schuet
zen Park on May 9. At the last meet
ing of the Retail Grocers the various
committees that will have charge of the
picnic were appointed.
The following will, act as chairmen
of the different committees:
- On finance'" and ibowllnff, H. Methmann; on
reception. J. T. 'Hurley; on games. J. P. Mc-
Guire: on ladies' guesatng contest. J. C.
Owens; on shooting contest. J. K. Van Ars
dale; on. wheel of \u25a0 fortune, J. M. Sullivan; on
dance and music, T.H. Corcoran; on members'
and clerks' drawing. William Ring; on tickets.
H. Rawe: or. prlxes/ C. F. Sus«.
' The list of g-ames'wlll; i>e consider
ably shorter,.thls year than last. Only
twelve.races. will be run.- Big crowds
are expected, and 7000 railroad tickets
have been ordered. [ *
Herbert . Cnthbert Will Today Invite
Governor Pardee to Join Comiaer
elnl Bodies on Tow.
Herbert Cuthbert, secretary of the
Tourists'. Association of Victoria, B. C.
who .was a member, of Governor Mead's
party from the State; of Washington
that ' lately, visited San Francisco, has
taken preliminary, steps - toward hav
ing" the commercial bodies of California
pay a;visit to his city,- Including a tour
of ; Washington. . ;
-V-' Cuthbert arrived . -In San :Franclsco
from. Los Angeles yesterday and tells of
the hospitable treatment accorded Gov
ernor ", Mead and his : party "at \u25a0 every
point they, visited In this State. To
day.CCuthb'ert will • call upon Governor
Pardee at Sacramento to, .lnvite him to
joln'the .commercial bodies of this city
should i the] invitation .be^accepted.
The Chamber of Commerce: of Los An
geles has already signified : Its Intention
of "'accepting -.the i Invitation ;and * upon
the\return; of .Cuthbert ;to ; Victoria an
official v invitation; from .the^Mayor and
citizens -will {be? extended ; to Calif ornla.
-'- 1 RUN OVER \u25a0 BY : A : BUOOT.— J. : Georglus,": a
Japanese," was run ; over and knocked . down by
a buggy 'driven iby IP."* Bernascour " yesterday
and £ gustalned •: severe - Injuries . about ' the « bead
and ' face.' ; ; He was ; treated \u25a0' at', the , Emergency
Hospital \u25ba by* l Dr.- Glover."-; ;.The ; drlrar ' wa» ar
rested \u25a0 and : charged ; with battery.
Basket-Ball Championship of
Academic Athletic League
Captured by Suburbanites
Home Team Strives Hard for
/Victory, but Opponents
Are Much the Stronger
Berkeley High School defeated the rep
resentatives of the Mission High School
last, night In the gymnasium- of the
Young Men's Hebrew. Association for the
basket-ball championship of the \u25a0 Aca
demic Athletic League. The score was
Although the score was not "close the
game .was exciting and well contested.
The. players from across the 'bay. were
much larger than the home boy a and this
helped, them materially In winning. The
Missions proved scientific players and
; kept the - ball a greater portion of the
game in" their opponents*. territory. v They
were unlucky when they threw the ball
for the basket.'. Time, arter* time they
missed the mark by a close margin. On
the other hand Berkeley had the luck
in the first half, as every time they tried
for a goal," from any distance, the ball
seemed to find its way into the basket.
'They played nearly ten minutes before
a score. was made. Johnson of Berkeley,
who \u25a0"- played * a particularly good ' game,
threw the sphere Into the basket. At the
end of 'the first half Berkeley had nine
points to four for the Mission lads.
The home, champs appeared a little
nervous at times. They ' had more than
fifteen chances for free throws, but were
out. of form at this kind, of play, making
but few points by their opponents' er
rors. ; \ : •'. ,\u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0 ." ' \ / ..
In - the last half the Missions played
hard \u25a0' to overcome' their opponents' lead,
but the suburbanites were too strong and
husky and managed to hold ttTe lead they
earned in the' first half.
The • teams « were as • follows— Berkeley :
Hopf, forward; Ahlgren, guard; Hardy,
guard: Morrin, guard; Reed, center;
Johrson. forward. -• Mission: Batkin, for
ward; Strong, forward; Dean, guard;
Bellis. guard; Downing, center; Carroll,
Labor Council Says They .Mast Quit
Their I*o»1s Oat of Sympathy
for the Stablemen.
At a session of the Labor Council last
night the "combination men" — those
who work with the'stablemen and hack
men—were ordered out on < strike" ."In
sympathy with the alrikin? stablemen.
This move was made only after a lons
session, "in which many heated argu- .
ments ensued. Th* stablemen now
think they can win with the assistance
of the "combination men."
The "combination men" belong to
both the hackmen's and the stablemen's
unions, and according: to the by-laws
of their International body they are
prohibited from going out on a sympa
thetic strike unless ordered to do ao by
the Labor Council.
The council announced that the boy
cott had been raised from the "Waffte
Kitchen at 1007 Market street.
Horton Says Fraud Was Committed.
Auditor Horton yesterday said that a
money lending firm -had committed a
forgery by making changes in an as
signment of salary demands made to
the firm by Edward Rellly. a deputy
ln the Assessor's office. Reilly some
time ago made an assignment of his
demands while he was employed In the
Tax Collector's office and the firm filled
in an item in the assignment so as to
make it appear that the assignment
covered the assignment of the salary
received by Rellly under his present po
sition. The firm wanted Horton to re
turn the 'assignment, but he refused to
do so. , Horton said that a fraud had
been committed, • but declined to give
any particulars as. to the transaction.
First Corps Cadets. California Light Infantry,
passed in review before Adjutant General
Lauck last night at tne First Regiment Ar
mory. The boys presented a snappy appear
ance In their blue blcusea and white canvas
trousers. They were In command of Captain
J. Warren. Preceding their appearance the
Second Battalion of the First Regiment went
through a spirited drill In command of Major
H. G. Mathewson. _ .
the Coroner's Inquest yesterday on the body
of Herman . Bunge, steward on the steamer
Itauri. the Jury brought In a \u25bcerdict that
August Eckers. also a steward on the steamer,
should 'be held responsible for Bun see' s death.
Later Eckers waa booked at th» City Prison
on a charge of manslaughter. He and Buns
had each purchased a revolver on Tuesday
night and while Eckers was loading his
weapon It was discharged and the bullet struck
Bunge. killing him ; instantly.'
Men Cured
' - "We hava a quick and absolutely certain
Syttem of treating the cases w« ondertake
' which poslttTely Insures us the Cure ta less
than half the time called far by the meth-
ods used in ordinary P n ctlce. Wi treat
toe private and - Chronic diseases of • Men
Only and have had a quarter of a century
experience in .this special practice. All
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