THEATERS RACING SPORTING BOXING
Ctlifomia Sprinter Equals
Worlds Record of
0 3-5 Seconds
Charlie Parson ran the greatest
-ce of his life Saturday against the
Stanford sprinter and but for an
imperfection In one of the stop-watch
„ used, the local man would have been
«edited with the phenomlnal time of
1 3.5 for the 100-yard dash, says C. E.
Van Loan in the Los Angeles Exam
^Thls would have given Parsons a
world's record for the distance and
recognition as one of the greatest
sprinters of his generation.
Three watches were used In tim
ing the race. One of thm caught Par
sons time at 9 3-5; the second was
between 3-5 and 4-5. The latter time
was given out and It was later dis
covered that this stop-watch was 1m
perfect. A slight twist of the timing
band caused the watch to begin reg
istering from the first fifth of the
first second instead of the even min
Had this been known before the
time was given out. In all probability
the time would have been registered
In the race Parsons was off the mark
like a bullet, Into his stride from the
Jump and the Stanford crack never
bad a chance with him. Parsons had
the race won from the start, but he
ran himself out, going over the line
three yards In front of the nearest
On the 20th of this month Parsons
■will be sent after the world's record
for the 100 yards. Judging by his race
of Saturday the Methodist flyer will
come very close to the mark accredit
ed to Dan Kelly at Spokane. Dan
Kelly Is the member of the Multno
mah Athletic club, who is now recog
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nized as the world's greatest sprinter.
He holds the 100 yard record at 9 3-5
and has a record of 21 1-5 for the 220
The only time that Parsons raced
against Kelly, the local sprinter had
an easy victory, and he is more than
anxious to lure Kelly south for the
.big games on the 20th of this month.
If Daniel will consent to thke a chance
Parsons agrees to give him one yard
handicap in the 100.
But the watches to be used In the
timing of Parson's next attempt for
the world's record will be placed In a
jewelry stone one week before the
meet. Every one of them will be certi
ed to be correct and they will be In the
hands of experienced timers.
Russ Hall has made Ed Bruyette,
his second baseman, captain of the
Butte Miners for the season. This
means that he Is also to hold down the
second cushion for a time. Bruyette
played with the Utah State league
last year, where he won a reputation
for his clean, fast ball playing. He
is a shortstop of no mean ability and
will prove a winner for the team.
His batting record is up among the
The schedule of the Trolley league
recently launched at a meeting of the
managers at Moscow, has been an
nounced by President Rothrock of the
league. Four teams, Moscow, Colfax,
Palouse,. and Rosalia are the towns
In the league.
There will be 15 games at each
town with the exception of Moscow,
which gets an extra game. The plan
for old settlers' day has not been fie
clded, but Colfax will play at Rosa
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LE5WISTON LODGE OF ELKS, NO.
896—Meets every first and third
Thurstay of each month at the the
Elk's Temple. George Kester, exalted
ruler; Chas. W. Muont. secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS—Excelsior
lodge No. 2, K. of P.. meets every
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting Knights always welcome.
H. Berg. C. C; F. H. Wood. K of R.
Ha on that day. The games between
Moscow and Rosalia on July 20 and
I 21 may be changed from one town to
I the other, according to which town Is
drawing the best crowds.
The season will open April 14 and
will close July 21.
Don'ts for Fans.
Don't quit. Boost.
Don't knock the home team.
Don't let one defeat sour your dis
Don't quit the team because the op
ening game is lost.
Don't imagine you know more about
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VON TROMP IN
LOS ANGELES. Cal., April 9.—For
half an hour or more last evening
"Boots" Darnell thought that that
classy equine, Von Tromp, was his
property. All day yesterday the wily !
"Boots" was dickering with Billy Me- !
Kinney and after Durnell finally took i
McKinney up and agreed to pay
37.500, the price asked, the latter con- ■
eluded that as he had the horse load
ed on the train for New York he would j
take his chances on the horse shipping j
In good condition and racing him on j
the metropolitan tracks,.
McKinney will rest Von Tromp un- j
til the Saratoga meeting, when he will j
start him In all the all age division. !
If he retains his Ascot form he surely j
will prove a bread winner for the pop
Out of 19 starts here Von Tromp
won 10 races, and smart race men
who witnessed his races say he Is the
champion aged horse of the California
Although an unsound horse it Is
safe betting that McKinney will get
him to the races good and ready. When
on edge Von Tromp can run a mile in
1:S9 or better with his weight up.
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Vetereran Leaguer Is Now
Lewiston Is determined to have her
share of the baseball exhibitions for
this part of the country this season.
When Russ Hall finishes up his train
ing here and starts on his circuit of
exhibition games before opening the
season at Seattle April 20, 'Deacon"
White manager of the Edmonton
league wishes to bring his team here
to work out.
White has been almost Insistent,
and in letters recently received from
him he asked that a bonus be guaran
teed him in case he decided to bring
his bunch here. Letters were gotten
from him yesterday in which he
"I would be glad to take the Edmon
ton team to Lewiston about April 20
and remain there about two weeks.
You may arrange games for me on
the following Saturday and Sunday,
as you see fit. We will want to leave
Lewiston about May 8., and work our
way back to Lethbridge, Alberta,
where our season opens on May 20.
If this is satisfactory let me hear from
you at once. I have all the players I
can use at present tf I have them all
Spokane is now the lodging place
for W'hite. His team has not yet re
ported at that city for service. The
league teams In the circuit to which
the Edmonton team belongs Include
the towns of Edmonton, Calgary,
Lethbridge and Medicine Hat, all In
F. J. Edwards, who Is acting as man
ager of the Lewiston team has answer
ed Mr. White's letter, giving him an
excellent rate at one of the hotels. It
Is probable that he will have the team
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report here as soon as Russ Hall
and his bunch leave the city. Ar
rangements are under way to secure
the use of the Normal ball grounds
which are being used by the Butte
Charles Delivuk, the big Austrian
wrestler has been matched to throw
Joe Heinclchs twice In an hour. Louis
Delivuk, the wrestler's brother, Is In
Spokane arranging to pull off the
match before the S. A. A. C. Delivuk
gives Heinrich a handicap by agree
ing to throw him twice In an hour.
The young men of Potlatch have
formed an athletic asociation and
have handed themselves together for
the purpose of encouraging baseball,
football and tennis, and already ar
rangements are being made to secure
a tennis tourney with Pullman, Pa
louse and Moscow. The association
will erect a 'large club house and
gymnasium during the summer.
Johnny Middleton, the old Univer
sity of Idaho star all round athlete,
has signed for the season with the
Powell-Sanders baseball team In the
Spokane City league. Johnny Is a uni
versal favorite with alt Lewiston fans
who know him.
He played quarterback on the cham
pion team turned out by the school in
'05 and for five consecutive years has
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Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, Land
Office, Lewiston, Idaho, March 16,
Notice la hereby given that the fol
lowing named settler hu filed notice
of his Intention to make final proof In
support of bis claim, and that sold
proof will be made before Register and
Receiver at Lewiston, Idaho, on April
26, 1667, via:
CHARLES A. NTS.
of Forest, Idaho, H. E. No. *648 made
February 16, 1903, for the SW 1-4 NE
1-4, SE 1-4 NW 1-4, B 1-2 SW 1-4
Sec. 21. T. S* N., R. 2. W. B. M.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of o&id land, vis:
Benjamin F. Aytch of Forest, Idaho,
William Aytch of Forest, Idaho, Mi
chael Nye of Forest, Idaho, James W.
Jones of Westlake, Idaho.
T. H. BARTLETT. Register.
been a member of the baseball team.
He is a pitcher second baseman or a
watercarrler, in fact, he plays well any
place you may wish to put him.
Dartmouth college vs. Washington
and Lea university at Lexington. Va.
College of Charleston vs. Presby
terian college at Clinton, S. C.
Georgetown university vs. Vir
ginia Military Institute at George
town. D. C.
Trinity college vs. Virginia Poly
technic institute at Durham, N. C.
Princeton vs. New Pork Nationals at
Princeton, N. J.
Knox college vs. Burlington leaguo
team at Galesburg, 111.
George Washington university vs.
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University of Illinois vs. Chicago
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Special to Evening Teller.
STITES, Idaho, April 9.— Dr. R. J.
Alcorn has a force of men engaged
in the construction of a private tele
phone system serving several of the
towns in the Clearwater basin and
Camas prairie country.
The line will pass through Kooskia
to the tramway and thence to Lowe,
Ferdinand, Cottonwood. Denver and
other points on Camas prairie. Ar
rangements have been completed for
connections with the other lines at
Cottonwood, which will place the en
tire upper Clearwater country In tele
phone communication with the out
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Department of the Interior. Unite
States Land Office, Lewiston, Idah<
March 12, 1907.
A sufficient contest affidavit havtnj
been filed In this office by Susan Rich
ardson, contestant, against James I
Syfert entry No. 10741. made April 21
1904, for NE 1-4 NW 1-4 Section 21
Township 37 N., Range 8 W. B. M., b;
James R. Syfert. contestée, in which I
Is alleged that James R Syfert, entry
man. never established a residence oi
the land; that he never Improved ant
cultivated the land; that he has aban
doned the land for more than two year
Met put and immediately prior to th
filing of this contest, and that hto ah
oenoe from the land hu not been caus
ed by his employment In the arm]
navy, or marine corps of the Uqlte<
States, said parties are hereby notifie
to appear, respond and offer evldenc
touching eald allegation at 10 o'cloc!
a. m. on May 6th, 1907, before the Reg
lster and receiver at the United State
Land Office In Lewiston, Idaho.
The said contestant having. In
proper affidavit, filed March 12. 1*01
set forth facts which show that af
er due diligence personal service c
this notice cannot be made, It Is here
by ordered and directed that such no
tlce be given by due and proper publl
T. H. BARTLETT, Register.
Dally Ap-6-May -6.
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Ceil up Main 261 for our adttor
If Chase makes good his threat to
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