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A j S h number of crack players are entered. will for fore cot gasoline launch, and will oa on go cept Thomas Fleming Day, who crossed the Atlantic last year in a 25-foot yawl, expects to leave Detroit shortly proceed through the lakes and the St. Lawrence and across the ocean to St. Petersburg. The first big regatta of the year in Long Island waters will be held to morrow when the Larehmont Yacht club will open its season with its an nual spring races for all classes of schooners, sloops and yawls. The an- j nual regatta is scheduled for July 4 ' A program that will appeal to every follower of the running horse in New j and England has been prepared for the j thirty-first annual race meeting of the ; Brookline, Mass.. Country club, be- : ginning tomorrow. Some of the best ! horses of the east will start in the j 17 events. i by ♦ Hamilton. Ont.. Jockey club will open its spring race meet timorrow, to continue seven days. The Hamil ton derby will feature the inaugural card, and there will also be six other races on tomorrow's program, includ ing a steeplechase over the two mile course. The Wentworth Plate will be decided Monday. Jack Johnson will get down to hard training next week for his bout with Jim Flynn to be pulled off at Las Ve gas, N. M., on the Fourth of July. The arena for the fight is now practi cally completed and will afford seals for 17,000 fans. The prices will range from $10 to $50, and nothing cheaper than $10 will be offered. Prizes amounting to $66,500 are of fered for this year's International Horse show, opening Monday in Lon don. Ttie Olympia arena lias been transformed into a sub-tropical garden by a famous horticultural expert, and the best horses in the world will be exhibited in the most beautiful set ting imaginable. "An Old English Garden" was the setting last year. Motorcycle fans of Columbus, O., have planned the greatest fete in the history of the sport for the annual meeting and convention of the Fédéra tion of American Motorcyclists, to be held in the Buckeye state capital dur ing the coming week. Speed mer chants from all over the United States and Canada will compete on the mile dirt track and the half mile board track. featherweight cham as track. Johnny Kilrane. featherweight cham pion of the world, will receive $4,000 for thirty minutes of fighting when he takes on Johnny Dundee in a 10 round bout in New York next Tuesday night. That means an income of $ 133,33 a minute for the little Cleve land boxer. Dundee is so confident for gia that he will win that he has already i jly had cards printed calling himself champion. gome of the most expert anglers in the country' will compete in the bass fishing and fly casting matches that will feature the Pennsylvania State Sportsmen's association convention in Johnstown next week. The Hincks ton Run dam, which was well stocked with bass six years ago and has never before been fished, wid be thrown open to the visiting disciples of Isaak Walton. Harvard-Yale regatta at New Lon don, Conn., a week from today is now the ttpic of conversation and j speculation among the sons of Kli Yale ar.d John Harvard. The varsity ! four-oared and the freshmen eicht- i oared race will be held in the morri- ( ing, and the big event of the dev. the varsity eight-oared race over a four-mile course, will be rowed dev n stream at five o'clock in the :- r t - neon. John .1. McDermott the na'ion i! open golf chain) a n of America is tit iv in Kttglami r.i take part in t' •• 'gen champtf nsliip of Great !>"■' .. I''ginning on Mt.'r field links a week from today. A few years am Mc Dermott was a caddie in Philadelphia ..rd his rise r,- ire front rank o.' 'it* \merican f pi-d'errionals lias h * i a-eonndinely rapid. He believes be ! of ! j ; j I ! beat Km Sc » ir o 'vn eir - e. i>.mi hfß • 111 V rhoot in the fa s? n: !♦ y h * (T 1 r-i 'he National !ï : ! i rw r : r * :i (. il •'-."t Britain wi'l r Kiii -îrmi ; w •■"k frem t rday. tl ir'rr. ,-l • engage in 'ni; -J * \ Th ? ! ' ss rifle and - r 5 -e Paced t.y the Ci, ■i n.i! ( ; ■ i • iti'f-r.f. bave beer « iv* (1 ; R ( c* ]|t;: ib'e 1 y the British a *♦!<- n. The Dominien Rifle as:-o* : n v. i Il hnv* ' a range officer a* ! : y for tlie n r?t time. 'meri'-ji's Olympic athletes sail-d from N'w York today on »he Finland, and " "1 reach Antwerp on June 23 • After two days in Belgium the party ^ ; will proceed to Stockholm, which will I +be reached June 20 . the day of the ! opening of the arena. The Finland i will remain in the harbor until all the athletic events have been decided, ! on July IT. and in the interval ath letes and passengers will retain their j accomodations and have their meals on i> 0 ard ship. j The Canadian Olympic team will start from Montreal tomorrow for ; Liverpool, and will spend some time j n England, practicing with the Brit-1 j S h athletes, before proceeding to ' to Sweden. The Canuck rowing entries will compete in the big Henley regatta for the Grand Challenge shield be fore going to Stockholm, where the oa rsmen will compete on July IS. Up on arriving at Liverpool the team will go direct to the Crystal Palace, ex cept the oarsmen, who will go to Henley. 22 or j England's jack tars are trying ' organize a union, it is reported. Cotton planting is late this year j and this increases the danger of dam j nge by b oll weevil, which, like the ; house rl y. multiplies rapidly from the : comparatively small numbers that ! svtrvive the winter, j Tlle telegraph operators employed i by the New Haven railroad have *♦♦♦♦*+++++♦♦*+♦++ ♦ LABOR NEWS AND NOTES + to be served thirty days' notice on the com pany, requesting an increase in wages, as well as changes in working condi tions. The employes of the Western Union are also reported dissatisfied wi*h present conditions. The Rev. Harry Ferguson has been recalled as mayor of Hoqtiiam, Wash ington, because ho espoused the cause of the 1. W. W. in its recent fight against the Hoquiam sawmills. The recalling of the mayor marks one of the most strenuous political fights that the little Washington town has had in its history as the labor vote is strong there. it A guarantee of not more than eight hours consecutive work and at least 16 hours of relief from work during every 24 hours for railroad telegraph ers and signal men is provided for in a bill by Representative Martin of Colorado, which lias been reported to the lions'' by the interstate commerce committee. If passed the bill will give relief to about PUMit) employes who who are frequently worked from lit to 16 hours a day. The waiters' strike in the New York hotels is attracting attention through out the country, because the Hotel keepers declare that they will not accede to the demands of the men, while the men declare that they ex pect to conduct their strike on such successful lines that it will be an en couragement to the waiters in all the big cities of the country to get better wages and working hours. The union men say they do not fear any great influx of negro waiters to New York, because the colored waiters' associa tion lias promised them to stick up for union rights in the fight. Alabama, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Coutil Carolina. Arkansas and Geor gia are states that have suffered ln-av the i jly )rom b ad weather condition. j ! i ( a n - i! is •• .. i be and <>I>. their effect upon the cotton Nearly all of these states, however, report that with improved conditions they hope to make tip a fair percentage ! of the losses the farmers will sustain. ! The most favorable reports on the j enqt situation are emanating from ; Texas, where the estimated reduction in acreage is but five (ter cent and j the condition figures K5, the highest I for the entire cotton belt. 4* * RAILROAD NOTE" + ++++*♦++*++++++**+ Kaihvay m<-n an I tli< ir ; ympathi/. are urging a British railway strik« In the last 10 years more than ,e 00 trees have been planted by the! Pennsylvania railroad, in an attempt I to conserve the natural resources of I :b" territory traversed by its liti'-s. ! .More than 2'*" passenger représenta- | tiv-s of western railroads recently : met in Chicago and began a movi ni'-i.t looking toward a campaign in' in- interest of travel in America. It »tilted that every year from $300, - dt to $4- -i.ne! of American t ; ! r : t ; ' y is spent in Kerope by tourists, : a great proportion of whom do not ; know the first tiling about the unsur- j parsed splendor of scenery in their | own country. Ground has been broken for tlie ^ lohn Galley, chartered to run from st. lohn, X. It., to Grand Fails. 200 - It is jointly subsidized by the ■ ' a ion and provincial governments Canada. This summer 100 miles the road are to b<- graded and 23 work prosecuted along the line rapidly, The Canadian Northern east of (Jim - 1 1 • will be handled l y the Intercolo • :d of Canada, which has planned to r.'f l;5 r ib-s of its route, by ah f ij'lrn of shorter liner. ai id be in " t-t "bien to handle a Ms v lew • of through business. In a supplemental decision in th» - n line" e- e, the interstate com mission holds that 40 of the lines. which it names, are entitled to com pensation out of through rates for transportation service performed. It stipulates that some are entitled to an allowance of from $1.50 to $3.00 per car, and others from one to two cents per hundred pounds. In the case of interstate commission for advU ' to alleged discriminatory case 22 lines the commission finds they are merely plant facilities and are not en titled to either switching allowances or divisions of rates. In response to a request from the of in of to t'eatures in . the now tariffs filed by the trans continental lines serving Spokane and intermountain territory, the executive j committee of the Eastern Seaboard Shippers' association has filed with j the commission a brief protesting! against these tariffs on the ground that the rates are in advance of ap -1 proximately five per cent on about j 15n commodities shipped through At- j lantic ports. In the case of rubber j tubing shipped to Spokane the new rate is $3.00 per hundred pounds, but it can be shipped to the Pacific coast and then rebilled to Spokane for $2.50. In the mater of cotton piece goods the proposed rate to Spokane direct is $3.50. while by the Pacific coast the rate remains $2.53. The position of eastern shippers is that commission const are entitled to consideration in houses and shippers along the Atlantic rates to Spokane und intermountain territory, even if it should be deemed just to afford the Pacific coast ship tier some advantage. A. ROSE FESTIVAL CELEBRATION Portland, Ore., June 11.—Today's célébrât iun ot^tlie Rose Festival will culminate tonight in the most spec tacular of parades and carnivals. This consists of 16 floats resplendent in all the colors of the rainbow and illuminated witli hundreds of incan descent bulbs, each float representing some symbol or nation. UNCLE SAM'S ACTIVITIES QUIETS CUBAN OUTBREAKS Washington, June 11. Absence of fresh outbreaks in Cuba encourages the I'nited States in its belief that steps taken to show that the United Stales will maintain order in Cuba has he, n sul I icient. TAFT SECURING MORE DELEGATES Chicago, June II. The Roosevelt forces in the Republican national com mittee were decisively defeated today when R voted 3K to It to seat the Taft delegates at large from Kentucky whose seats had been contested. Al though Kentucky is entitled to lour .h-legales at large iu the Republican roll volition the Roosevelt lori es ill that state contested only two of the seats of the delegates. The fight was one of the bitterest waged tints far during the .session. I I ! | : in' : ; j | ^ TREE MEN DISCUSS BRûFLEMS Boston, June 12. Problems conne- t ed with the culture, improvement, pro tection, planting and market ing of all kinds of fruit and shade trees and shrubbery will be discussed by the bailing liortieiilluralistH and tree men of the nations during the 37th animal convention of the American Associa tion ot Nurserymen, opened in Boston today. The main issue to be threshed out is the report of the legislative com mittee having charge of the matter of federal legislation relating to the in spection and quarantine of foreign nursery stock. Another important report recom mends 1 lie licensing of nurserymen and nursery salesmen, to cover both the sale of stock in their own slat* and abroad, for the protection oi the public against unscrupulous dealers of inferior or worthless nursery stock. It is said that there are many swind lers in the business and the associa tion proposes to do everything in its power to put an end to their activities. " TRANSCONTINENTAL SERVICE FORMALLY OPENED Bellingham, June 11.—Formal an nouncement of the M. di P. S. rail way's transcontinental freight service into iliis city occurred this morning with the arrival from Seattle of the first barge containing 12 cars which w'-re unloaded at a dock which had been made ready for the transition of this - 1 cars business. A return load of 12 was taken on board. UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. Iowa City, la., June 12.— Commence ra m ererdses were hehl today at the University of Iowa, following a cole 1 ration that has continued several days and attracted many alttmr.i to •I,, i.- ; p,.;| n"|trr. . j j -1 j j j THE FirstNational Bank OF ROUNDUP, MONTANA CAPITAL and SURPLUS $ 30,000 "The Busy Bank of the Musselshell Valley" OFFICERS A. A. MORRIS, Prciidcnt M. M. KLEIN, Vice President H. P. LAMBERT, CttNer Drafts told on all principal cities oi the world WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS Acton J r rUNERAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EMBALMER With Krueger & TuIgeStke Roundup, Montana C. J. MANUEL Well Drilling and Prospecting "Cyclone" Drilling Machine Work Guaranteed Roundup, Montana i Mathews & Thompson Attorney« und t'ounselorn nt Ijiw 'J l)oii|-i North of I'oh toffice Main Street, • Hound*«. Non! | J County Attorney Miinhi'IsIicII County DESMOND J. 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