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SATflWAY. JULY I. 10U FJUHOUS BRITISH STATESMAN. ILL FOR YEARS. DIES Right Honorable JosephCham berlain, 78, Conspicuous in Public Life for Nearly Half Century, Succumbs. SOUTHERN MICHIGAN I LONDON, July 3. Joseph Cham berlain, the famous British states :nan, died at his London residence at 10:15 o'clock last night after an 111 iiess of several years. lie was 78 years old, and for mrly half a cen tury h vu.i a conspicuous figure in British public life. Although there was no reason for secrecy, news of Mr. Chamberlain's death wsw not made public until today. On official bulletin was issued In the forenoon which said: "The right Hon. Joseph Chamber lain died peacefully at his London residence at 10:15 last night." Mr. Chamberlain suffered a stroke of paralysis several years ago and since then divided his time between his London and "Birmingham residences and the Rivera. Last Tuesday he waf stricken with heart failure and nver recovered from the attack. Physicians were in constant attend ance up to the, hour of his death. All the members of tho Chamber lain family were at the bedside. News f Mr. Chamberlain's death was tele graphed to his life-long friends in his political constituency in Birming harn. CHiics Widespread Grief. Although Mr. Chamberlain's death hs been expected for a long time, the news caused widespread grief in the city where he had lived bo Ion?. Mr. Chamberlain had represented the parliamentary district of West Birmingham in the house of com mons since 1SS5, and it was only re cently that he announced his retire ment from public life. Although the Msred statesman had been unable to attend to his parliamentary duties fcr some time he had become so endeared to his constituency through lung and intimate association that they were willing to return him to the commons until death overtook him. On Nov. 16. 1SSS, Mr. Chamber lain was married in Washington. I). . to Miss Mary Kndicott, daughter of Judge W. C. Kndicott, of the su preme court of Massachusetts. She was his third wife, the former two being English women. Cot SupKrt of Two Parties. Mr. Chamberlain was supported by both the liberal and unionist parties. He was a member of the liberal cab inet headed by Gladstone, but his independence led him at times to advocat? measures of the unionists. Chamberlain ilrst became a great fig ure In international politics in 1884 at a time when pressure was being brought to bear upon the liberal gov ernment to establish a protectorate over Kgypt, a proposition which the Brimingham statesman opposed vig orously. Mr. Chamberlain was a very relig ious man and with the exception of Gladstone was the only cabinet min ister England ever had who taught a Sunday school class. Mr. Cham berlain was a non-eonformist and taught a class in the Birmingham Methodist church. Mr. Chamberlain was three times major of Birmingham, from 18 SO to 1SS5 he was president of the local government "board; from 1895 to 1903 he was colonial minister. He was a man of great . learning, and served for a time as lord rector of the, Glas gow university. He was the holder of many degrees and was a fellow of the royal society. Iraio 3 Irs. Chamberlain. In the extensive obituaries pub lished in the evening papers the most felicitous references are ms.de to "Mrs. Chamberlain, to whose unceasing care and devotion is attributed to the fact that the statesman sur vived so long after his general health became impaired. Tariff reform was a hobby with Mr. Chamberlain and he was the sponsor for the tariff policy of the unionists. Political enemies charged that Chamberlain forced Kngland into war with the Boers. ADDITIONAL SPORT EXCEPT 15,000 FIGHT FANS TO SEE BUTTLE Large Crowd Anticipated at Welsh-Ritchie Match in London Next Tuesday. nv iri:Pviu:uTTi'3iPiii:. LONDON. July 3. At lea-st 15.000 persons "will see champion Willie Ritchie, of the United States, and Freddie Welsh of Wales, battle for the lightweight title at the Olympia sta dium in this city on next Tuesday evening. The promoters are unable to cope with the demand for seats. Thousands of seats have been engaged by telegraph from all over the British IMes and the continent, and many bookings have been made by cable from the United States. The big demand from women has aroused the clergy of London and many sermons will be preached cn Sunday on the text: "Should women be allowed to at tend prize fights?" The newspapers daily contain in terviews with clergymen and others on this burnSiig topic. Blood will unquestionably flow at the Ritchie-Welsh fight, for the ani mosity between the two pugilists is growing. Kitchie at his Brighton 'raining camp Friday said: "I am iinr into the rinir in the fittest condition I hao evtr been in! since I started fighting. I urn so sure ! 1 will win that 1 am willing to stake anything on it." From the camp f the no less con fident Welsh at Porthiawat in South Wules comes the message: "I will be lightweight of the world before midnight n?xt Tuesday night." LI'AG UK ST A M I X W. L Pet. Bay City 41' 21 .6G7 Battle Creek ;;s i .555 Toledo ;.-, 3j 522 Lansing 3.1 .11 .516 Flint ? ?,1 .492 Adrian 32 34 .485 South Bend ;;t :;i .177 Jackson :,t) :;4 .469 Saginaw 30 3 4 .469 Kalamazoo 23 44 .343 lUlSL'LTS YKSTLIIDAY. Lansing, (; South Bend, 0. Toledo, 12; Jackson, 2. Adrian, 7; Bay City, 5. Flint, 12; Saginaw. 2. Battle Creek, 7; Kalamazoo, 4. CiAJIKS TODAY. Iiiising at South Bend. Morning and afternoon. Adrian at Bay City. Jackson at Toledo. Flint at Saginaw. Kalamazoo at Battle Creek. FLINT IS EASYwTnNER Scott Forced to Itetire in the Second Inning. SAGINAW, Mich., July 3. The Flint Vehics hammered two Saginaw pitchers today and gained an easy victory 12 to 2. Scott after fanning three in the first inning was pounded for seven hits and eight runs in the second. His suc cessor, Jones, was hit for four runs in the eighth. Flint 080 000 040 12 14 0 Saginaw 100 100 000 2 10 3 Vallan'llngham and Dunn; Scott, Jones ai I Plate. JACKSON GETS BEATING Mud liens Touch Up Spauldln? for FIT teen Hits. TOLEDO, Ohio, July 3. The Mud Hens had on their batting clothes this afternoon and got to Spaulding for 15 hits while Bemls held the visitors safe at all stages, the final count beinj 12 to 2 in favor of the 1 ocal s Jackson 002 000 0-00 2 6 2 Toledo 200 003 500 12 15 3 Spaulding and Swan; Bemis and Hart. ADRIAN BEATS LEADERS Cristall ns Pinch Hitter Drive In Three. Huns. BAY CITY, Mich., July 3. Adrian came from the rear today and defeat ed the Beavers by a score of 7 to 5. Manager Cristall came to bat as a pinch hitter in the eighth inning and not only sent over the tyimi score but two besides. Adrian 100 000 0607 12 1 Bay City 203 000 000 3 8 2 Jones and Bowden; Thomas and Donnelly. KAZ00Z LOSE ANOTHER BATTLE CREEK. Mich., July 3. Kalamazoo, the tailenders, lost an other game here today by a score of C to 4. Krieski was driven out and Koob substituted. Kalamazoo ... 000, 030 010 4 8 1 Battle Creek .. 100 012 02 6 13 1 Kreskie, Koob and Walsh; Walters and Maleolmson. BROWN ANTICIPATES DEFEATING MORROW Fast Battle Will Be Staged at Benton Harbor Saturday Afternoon. BENTON HARBOR. Mich.. July 3. "One humdinger of an affair" is what Ed W. Smith, the Chicago sport ing authority says of the ten-round bout which Howard Morrow, the com ing light heavyweight, will light with George (Knock Out) Brown here the afternoon of July 4. It's the biggest ring battle of the kind in Michigan on this day and it has attracted much attention in lighting circles. Brown as a berry and lit for a hard battle. Brown and his manager ar rived today from Chicago. Morrow has completed training and awaits the sound of the gong which will send him into action against the cream of Chi cago's assuring middleweights. Mor row will outweigh .Brown somewhat, but the Greek expects ring general ship, confidence and his famous wild cat style of fighting to keep him out of harm's way when Morrow gets ag gressive. "I'll w.'ar Morrow out and then put him to sleep," said Brown on the eve of the battle. "This is the acid test of my career,1' says Morrow. "I must win from Brown or go back and I don't intend to do that." A feature of the bout will be the number of ladles in attendance. Two hundred Chicago "light fannettes" have asked for seat reservations. Detroit. Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo. South Bend, Milwaukee and other Michigan. Indiana and Wisconsin towns will send delegations to see the fight. Chicago admirers of Brown have chartered a boat to come across the lake and see their favorite in action. Theaters Tin: auditouium. Pome excellent pictures are prom ised at the Auditorium today in cele bration of the Fourth. The feature Is a two part Edison entitled "A Warning From the Past", telling a thrilling story of a fox hunt and a trip in an aeroplane. George Ade's hrst picture production, "The Fable of the Brash Drummer and the Nec tarine", "Her Neighbors Next Ior", Blograph drama, and "The Snake ville Volunteer", Essanay western comedy, and an extra added attrac tion, "The Battle Hymn of the Re public", complete the bill. Tomorrow's program will Include "Home Hun Baker's Double", featur ing Home Run Baker In a two part baseball story. Homerun Baker, the hero of the last world's series, will give a demonstration of how his mighty bat humbled the haughty Giants last fall. You needn't be a fan to enjoy this picture, because a mighty interesting story in which Baker is the central figure will hold the. Interest every minute that the picture is. on the screen. Home Hun Baker saves the life of Marguerite Johnson, daughter of a millionaire, thereby winning her gratitude. Mar guerite is an ardent fan. "Wallace, a crook, learns of the incident and plans to make capital of it. Wiring a friend, Chick Day, who closely re sembles the baseball star, Wallace gets him to ask Marguerite for a loan. Baker learns of the plot and dashes from the ball ground just aft er he has smashed out a home run. Arriving as Marguerite is about to hand out the money to his double. Baker frustrates the plot. Later, Wallace and Day conspire to defraud Marquerite's father, who is the head of the new Federation league. TVaat results brings the pic ture to an exciting climax. "By the Old Dead Tree" is a Biograph drama; "The Wooing of Sophie", Essanay comedy, and "Brought to. Justice" is a sensational Kalem. "IT SS EASIER" to retain health than to regain it. Therefore, guard it carefully, and at the first sign of poor appetite, weak diges tion, inactive liver or bowels, resort to HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS houser. This picturo play features Mignon Anderson and contains many scenes of intensified interest. The direction has been attended to care fully in all details. Miss Anderson is ably supported, and the whole com bines to make this a most satisfactory offering. "Nancy's Husband" is a comedy romance by the Beauty play ers with Margarita Fischer, Harry Pollard, Gladys Kingsbury and Fred Gamble in the cast. "When Smaltz Loves" is a Ford Sterling comedy. AUD TODAY George Ade's Comedy THE FABLE OF THE BRASH DRUMMER A WARNING FROM THE PAST. THE SNAKEVILLE VOLUNTEER THE BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC Great War Picture, AT SURPRISE T 1 1 CATCH. Kerrigan plays a double rob? in a film romance at the Surprise today in a Victor drama called "The Sand hill Iovers." George Beriolat and Vera Slsson are also in the cast. Dave and Phillip were different. Dave was good and Phillip was bad, but Phillip had a way about him that won little Meg. But failing to act as a man, he was killed, and Dave who "had tried to save everyone, married Meg for the sake of the past. "Closed Gates" is a Rex drama with Phillip Smalley and little Ella Hall. Tho two old aristo crats, upheld in their pride by each other, think themselves not only for giving but high minded in caring for their scapegrace son's little daughter. Th eaged parents bar tho son from seeing his child though he pleads for an hour, but the story ends and the bolts have slipped, and the gate is turning. "Mabel's Busy Day" is a Keystone comedy which will finish the bill for today. Tomorrow will bring sL day of good pictures. "Without Fear," is a Than- WILD MEET TOROKS. The West End Cubs will clash with the Toroks tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at Cassidy's field. Pore and Engel will do the battery work for the Toroks. The 1 Ransack Sale begins Monday, July 6 2Z This Store Closed All Day Today t L? U., A 1 US'-. h "Watch Us Grow" O AMERICANS WIN CHIEF BRITISH ROWING TROPHY HENLEY ON THAME.. England. July 3. The grand challenge cup. the chief rowing trophy of Great Britain, will go to the United States. This was determined today when the sec ond eight of Harvard defeated the team of the Winnipeg rowing club and the crew of the Union boat club of Boston beat the eight representing the the semi-Iinals. thesemi-tinals. The elimination of the Canadians and Germans resulted in two Ameri can crews being left to tight it out In the final tomorrow. WILL PLW AT KNOX. The Elliott Giants will play at Knox Faturduy, July , meeting the city team there. A new catcher and I pitcher, both- iiailinf from th east. 1 will Join the Giants and remain dur- i Ing the season. A jrarne in scheduled ' with the A. B. C. club for .Sunday af-I PKY VICKSllUUG. The A. B. C. team of this city crosses bats todaj in a double header with Vicksburg. Mich. The first game will be played this morning and the second this afternoon. Returning the team will stage an other double header tomorrow on the A. 1. C. diamonds. Notre Dame and St. Vincent sts., with the Elliott Giants. Both garner are billed for the afternoon- o o o o o o o o o V o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 1! Meer A is brewed and bottled in one of the most up-to-date breweries and bottleries in the world. It's the Beer for Your home. South Bend Brewing Association Servants to Lovers of Good Beer Both Phones. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o THE SURPR1SETHEATER The Home of Good Pictures TODAY J. WARREN KERRIGAN In "The Sandhill Lovers." Closed Gates . Victor Drama With Phillip s Smalley Mabel's Busy Day ...... Keystone ComeHy COMING TOMORROW The Man Without Fear. . Thanhouser Featuring1 3Iigrion Anderson. NANCY'S HUSBAND New Beauty Film With 3Iargarita Fischer and Harry Pollard. 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