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By "HOP SCOOP, the Cub Reporter The Deep Mouthed Blood Hounds Heavy Bay Resounded Up Scoop's Rocky Way. Copyright 1913 by the International Syndicate t J DIDIIUH X Blood hounds \neke. on a fugitive, from 3\>STlCÇ£ TRAIL- AN' TW TRAIL \ LEDPAST^OU-VJIWAN AWFUL mistake, would be. made. ( VF "(ÖD SMELT LIKE A V FUGITIVE ?- 2owie! J f o (S -5! Ô 3 A 9 <? o- - &N ,»v f\i3 V /r> O 'ÿ r <v'- 5^' id \ A - a b w 6 u b 'Li s . . A _/= / T 0 D » Ù TT-> e> 7" è> <0 •y r" ©l«A — «n.-iir** — *Ai3»-MD at j [ ! FEDERAL LEACÜE j , ■ Colonel Gilmore Officiates at the Obsequies of Out law Baseball and Paints . Dark !PlCt»Ur6. ked about to I It ! I l.a I funeral. vithered re - T he Chicago. Feb. 26. Federal the W( lams of of history icd overboard into the s t h>T'' tonight. Colonel .1 i m Gilmore. bo directed ;irs tight for life. tbe league's lime nt the obsequies, dozen other friends or the •ners and a crowd Half a officiated deceased •ould- I ■ were mou is fin d a he heirs a Mg! r the ►state. : crap o\ e. hoys," said •1 Jim in his last remarks. •The leagu s go "But it while sure was n good old wagon I lasted." Gilmore his fellow erstwhile there*? at the •t the and baa ».ill n.agnates gt condi Palle hotel to .f ind the papers They rummaged aro the deceased, calling in a legal sharp or j lachine and I corked on an adding two, said the estate vm nit in full. lounced at $61.800. The debts "The books are closed," said Gilmore. "We'll pay all our debts, dollar for dol lar." vere an Fears For Organized Ball. »int t. the Though Gilmore did not p he iple horrible deceased as a ex a ing the casket a final shove, to express fears for the life of baseball with which the departed had engaged in many rows, but died at pea« e. f paused befor« g the orga In the request of the federal trade commission for all docu , monts used by the Federal league in its : 1 suit, now dismissed, a gain at organized . baseball, a threat of government int He felt considerably better Gill mre ventii \ hen told the serre - a ho had stated that r»f the comn tar> lissioi vere only ranted for the documents use in its files. "1 a Jim. want to s >f baseball," said <'olouol 1 don't it "But I lo.e the game. r\\ more litigat "< organized baseball should not make I light of the baseball players fraternity Dave Fultz is at the h< is steadily gro be a should he called i d of a body that l vould I ing stronger, terrible thing if a players* strike April. trill happen but I've heard r\ 1 don't say that w of it." ors CLAIMS POSTPONED i Trades Are Planned. lagnates at their lake ? The tonight planned t<* light session They have determined te» do what they can for the Baltimore federal players . whos. management did not participate | in the peace negotiat*ons. The other teams will settle for Baltimore's share of the debts. •verni trades ADJUSTMENT OF THE Gliicago, Feb. 26. After officiating PETEY DINK By C. A. Voight Petey Wouldn't Take a Chance on the Same Pond With the Big Mr. and Mrs. Little 2 ) feREAJ SKATlWo V/EAtHEa AlVJT IT ^ VJWAiTS X Tme hat teg Pere'f dear , ^ —Affcul Voo LOMl VIC — ? j - t 7UST J SetiAivje©-' AKJKie '• 1 A«e >00 Ait OEAOY 1 For TLe SkATiu«, Pabt^ PctlN dca«-''-Mabel EitFEcTs we« F«ieuos V AWV HivjuTE 'lo Hiss ' - Oh, im SO <>LAO Voo Could Come Umcle FETEV MecT NÇ Awo LITTLE LO I « t>EAQl£ 5 10 r i^\ A T, ^ 3 f \ LL a '( /fb TIE fit. r. Twe<?e • 7 ¥ Vi % M / I I w /// VL IK ///> VA w J. ê (// VC / V/ lOJ W* m c ^ •Ï \ iVL at the funeral of the Federal league to- ] day heirs to the debts of the deceased tonight found thenjselves tangled in a \ misunderstanding over settlement of the estate and postponed final adjust cent of the tlaimn for three weeks. Colonel Jim Gilmore announced after tonight's meeting that a basis of set tlement of the league's debts had not been reached, because of the absence of of the magnates financially in some tercstod. "We will meet again In Chicago in three weeks." Gilmore said. It was reported that Harry■ Sinclair, oil magnate angel of the Federate, had agreed to pay one-half of^ the debts t -tailing $61,800, but the other the mugmUcs could not agree on a bash! of settlement of the other half. All magnates said cl :bts would he paid. Sinclair, it was also said, agreed per allv to take rare of George Stovall, who was manager of the Kansas City Federais. Gene Packard, the south paw star of the Kansas City team, was bought tonight by the Cubs-Whales, President Wceghman said he paid $10, 000 for him. Nick Allen, Buffed catcher and A1 Scheer, Baltimore out fielder, were sold to the Milwaukee A A club, A deal was pending for sale of Miles Main, Kansas c*ity Federal twirler to St. Paul. 4 Wceghman denied reports that he had conferred here today with Roger B**es nahun and reached an agreement to aid Rajah in the purchase of the Cleveland American association team for transfer Toledo, SAN FRANCISCO TEAM IS ALMOST COMPLETE San Francisco, Feb. 26.—With the ex ception of Pitchers Steen and Robin son, the team that will represent San Francisco in the G oast league pennant race during the coming summer is complete, Manager announced tonight. Only the contracts of these two pitchers remain unsigned. Wolverton declared he had no inten tio of *'rn : sing »he ante," for the two men simply because they are used to big league salaries. T! ey will have to accept, what Wolverton offers or they will get nothing, Wolverton says. Both *n have been given permission to try to land berths in the majors. Wolvert on Best hv test HIAWATHA COAL, phone 323. Lump $7.50. stove $7. tf GIANTS TO START FOR SOUTH TOR TRAINING Foster of the guns southward. John McGraw went to Marlin Springs camp by lengthy stages from Havana, stopping at New Orleans to issue a few telegraphic edicts to the club official« in New York. The mystery enshrouding Benny New York, Feb. 26.—While Christy .Mathewson's degelation of fledgling Giants ambled south through Arkansas and Texas, Secretary Giants today scurried about to corn plete arrangements for sending the big Greek Champion Looks the Part of Title Holder ? r j ; -:jj- ' j i A , -?■ J J K |7 : Y JOHN KILONIS Well Known Greek Champion Wrestler Who Will Meet Frank McCarroll Tuesday Night. Greek champion mid- j : he pinned the shoulders of Kd Warner to the mat and turned the trick with Since his arrival he has been One inspection of Kilonis was enough for his hackers. They have been hang- i John Kilonis. die weight wrestler, looks the part of i title holder. Kilonis dropped into Boise yesterday from Salt Lake where ease. meeting mat enthusiasts and those of They who are here. hiR countryme are willing to hack him to the limit. clean looking athlete. I He Is remarkably developed and looks ver since. ing up offerings Kilonis is a Benjamin ; Kauff's final disposition was still dense, dark affair today, plays handball and chases around in a ping in condition, and j ha have heard him recently of his lungs. Kauff still insists he is worth the Den ver mint and a string of fair Gaby's ith liniment for ' the training trip thrown in, as a bo- i nus. Foster doesn't think so. He to day reiterated his stand that if Kauff doesn't clamber aboard by next Fridav. when the veterans' train pull» nut, he'll he out of a job for the season. , local gym, k those vouch for the health pearls per season like a young giant. His weight will be about 166 pounds when he steps on meet Frank McCarroll Tuesday night. It match, the best tu» catch-as-catch-can barred. "I never felt better in my life," said Kilonis last night. eling west for several months now meeting wrestlers in my class. to h<* able t< Yokel or with the w inner of the match t he a finish t of three falls, the strangle hold is to I have been trav 1 hope get a match with Mike he has March 1 at Salt Lake. Cyclone Workman, the wrestler I met Thursday night at Salt Lake was a good boy and kept me busy for over 4ft minutes before I secured a fall. Of course 1 expert to wdn from Mci'nrroll. Cer tainly Ï w ill try to do so. The match should he worth looking over by any •ho wants to see good fan in the city w clean mat work." Promoter Collins has arranged for two vaudeville stunts. There will but one preliminary wrestling match. It will be between Young Brewster and Babe Brown. Harry Nelson will np [»ear in black face comedy and Eddie McCarthy In a song and dance act. The Murphey quartet will also render aevernl selection*. The preliminary eyent will go on at K:3n o'clock sharp., JESS WILLARD IS FOR HiS BATTLE Boxing Commission De clares Champion to Be in Perfect Condition—Rick ard to Submit Plans. New York, Feb. 26.—Jess Willard is lit for the fight of his life. This was the verdict of the boxing commission today when the giant Kansan underwent a physical examination at the hands of Dr. Joseph Cramer, official physician, following his first work out in prepara : tion for Frank Moran. Stepping on the scales. Willard tip ped the beam at 272 pound» in his street clothes. His actual weight was estimated at about 262 and he said he expects to take off about 10 pounds in tlie month of training before the big night, March 25. Willard's initial training stunts to day were mild for him. He boxed four rounds, two each with Walter Monahan and Jack Hemple, pulled the chest nd veights. tossed the medicine ball dash of shadow box >ff Broad wound up with ing. The Pioneer club is just way, the center of the fight fever zone. Hundreds of Broadwavites and ordin ary fight fans paid two bits each to wedge up to the platform and see the mastadnn at play. When the show was ver their verdict was unanimous that fight Willard is vastly improved as er. Stepping about with the grace of a dancer, the corn belt champion made his sparring partners miss their hard est punches and neither Monahan nor j Hemple is a novice at the game of i swat and counter. Both sparring part rs were dwarfed by Willard's tre j must g rangements. endotis height and slammed by his nimble paws. t\*hon the boxing was ; over Willard took th^m off their feet ! with the medicine ball. After the crowd left Willard faced the doctor t who called him perfect. Tex Rickard through the formality of sub i mitting his plans to the boxing com mission on Monday, hut the plunging promoter said he had n > fear of a kick i on either the tie'.et or the seating |\i| ■ il OIJITII AilirA Uli I y \M| I H I ll/rV U1LLI ÖI III II UliLO MEYERS STIFF TUSSLE ! I Chicago, Feb. 26.—Billy Smith of I hejOshkosh gave Johnny Meyers a stiff i , tussle in their bout here tonight, the 1 1 Badger w restler forcing the American j middleweight challenger to extend him self to the limit, but being unable to gain a fall. Meyers got the first fall in 17:05, with a body scissors and wrist look and the second In 12:13 with a sc issors and wrist lock. l. i > • > % |i& 7 FRANK McCARROLL Favorite Boise Middleweight Wrestler Who Will Meet John Kllonis, the Greek Champion. mMi M » '**■ \ - - L #■' ■ *X s ? ^ ¥(■ r f •W; ir>'— Mr/. SCENE FROM "SILAS MARNER." MUTUAL M ASTER PICTU R E. DE LUXE EDITION, IN FIVE ACTS. PRODUCED BY THANHOUSER. "Silas Warner" will be at the Majestic Wednesday and Thursday.