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IRMANSHIP OF NATIONAL COMMISSION IS VACANT;
NO CARPENTIER REPLY TO TIA JUANA PROPOSAL iHO OP BASEBALL COMMISSIONTOBE Owners of Two Major League Baseball Clubs to Meet in Chicago to Name Carry Herrmann's Successor. Chicugo, Jan. 10. xnontha to elect a _ I It takes otdy six j president of the i United States when the voters get I . ' started. It's taken over a year to get ; a good start toward electing a chair man of the national baseball commis sion. That's how important baseball Is. A successor to Garry Herrmann will be named here soon after Feb. 10, on which date Chicago will be hub of the baseball universe. There will be Rath " : VL v J . Vi * , •red on that date the two major, leagues. They will name a president, of the commission, fix up their sc had - ! tiles, refer a mess of affairs to commit tees and then mix in with the minor , . ! leaguers. The minors want represen tatlves on the national commission. Therefore, in addition to naming the now chairman, then* will be the mat ter of determining; how many men shall constitute the commission and whether the little fellows shall be permitted to •it in. The big thing will be the election of a chairman. That official will have the task of smoothing down a lot of feeling, cleaning out a number of play er disputes and above all disposing of the Incipient scandalmongerlng re garding the lato world series. The new chairman is expected to handle minor disput?« i • lylo since he will not be club or clique. rapid fire led to any ; Tho commission, sis It existed before Jterrmunn's resignation, was accused of | «low m ss in disposing of matters af fcctlng certain clubs. An Chicago Judge K. M. Landis is ; mentioned most frequently as the next « hairman. He has indicated his will ingness to take the place il he is given , n free hand—something he has been I Accustomed to. on the United States | bench. The salary naturally will up- | peal. There arc others named but Landis overshadows them all. locally. I where his love of baseball and vigor-; ©us methods of applying the law arc; known. Henrv L.-Klllulea of Milw.m-iold Jcee. drew mention for the place, lb was regarded as a Ban Johnson fa- ' vorite for the job. although that exccu tlve has confided in no one his real de- j •1res. Ba Johnson u presidents of the ivr route south tonight They probably will February session* i il John Heydler, * leagues, were en nn a hunting trip, return for the big t which a pocket ful of schedules and proposition) q'Jlrtng Joint action of the leagues will l»e presented. FRANK MORAN GIVEN WHAT FULTON FAILED TO SECURE OVERSEAS Frank .Moran lias about decid* accept a ma toil offered him with Joe Beckett, the Knglish heavyweight, who was knocked out by Georges Carpentier. Fred Fulton was unable to secure this bout while he was overseas. But the kayolng of the Knglish heavy rustic a difference in his plans for the future and Beckett evidently figures it doesn't matter how tough they may come. Moran has won all his fights since his comeback and has knocked out several of his opponents. I j . j j ! to I WIGHTMAN CUP TO BE INTERNATIONAL TROPHY Mrs. George W. Wightman has of fered the Hazel Hotchkiss Wightman cup for tin* women's international lawn tennis championship play. It will uo doubt he accepted by the United States Lawn Tennis association, and eventu ally may share with the r>av:s cup the honor of being America's greatest ten nis trophy._ OVER HIS TEA CARPENTIER TELLS COOK HOW HE KNOCKED BRITISH CHAMP OUT V •>. Geerges Carpentier an« Mme. Vaavalbrouc. U ring fua in the United States thought for on* minute that any of lour husky mitt srtiata sipped tea or an afternoon Mid artiste would gat tha mid John Ran. But that ia ji ' " * jta jigw ***••' I «I —- - tn t proper tM _ ____________ „ bite with Mm«. Vaavelbrone, the woman whn pre p are d ! he was training for the Beckett bout But that ia juat because it isn't done in this country, yo m. Now, over in Franc« George» Carpentier, Franck idol who knocked P««b>tt tt England into ring «blivion roeentiy, can take tea and gat interyting photo, a how, fi g !AD WASN'T REALLY Harbertson Credited With One Pall by Mistake in Collins' Opinion-—Also Says Boise Is Having Better Shows. "Harbertson Is a great little grap pler, but 1 think we had him beat all I the way," said Nick Collins, local «ports mogul and matchmaker for the j Boise Athletic club, who witnessed the i Rantel-HarbertBon wrestling match I « igden Thursday night. ''Furtheimorei ' though they had a whooping big house ; aml seemed to lhink it was n great! tussle, our shows here at Boise have been lots better in the way of speed end class. 1 still believe we're lucky to sot the kind of talent we have here." The report of .the match Thursday nlfjht Rave the first and third falls to Santel, the second one to Harbertson double arm lock. Collins said he on a double arm lock, (voulus said ne u judge and couldn't see ,, f ,, * ! tt ' ' , tfl) ■via.iMm. innh «J 1 * s JV )ul(î< ^ r ! n ^" , e8 c,ear * tl jen the other, but the ! referee called it prematurely as he saw* it. We let it go at that." POP GEERS WINNER OF MILLION AND QUARTER DURING TRACK CAREER "Pop" Seers, christened Edwin Franklin, tin years of use. finished his] umpty-wipth season In harness races a few weeks ago. He has a wonder ful ability to drive and drive winners, and his hand loses none of its running with age. In one day at a recent Grand Circuit meeting he brought In four winners. The veteran began driving at Mo bile when he was 24 years old, and lie bas been active on the oval ever since, He estimates that during his career he has competed in more than 8500 races a nd has won for Tris owners and him self more than $1.250,000. ----- __ ____ CHARLIE CUTLER GETS , DRAW WITH GREEK , " ,,, ,, , _ f-icago, Jan. 10. Charlie Cutlol*, time wrestler, earned a draw with Bill Demetral. Greek heavyweight, here l^riday night. Fach* was conceded a --——* USTICK FIVE CAPTURES GAME FROM BOISE "Y" Ustlck town basketball five defeated a team from the Jtoiso V. M. C. A. Sat urday night by a (.core of 27 to 17. The game was a brisk contest throughout, with great skill shown by both sides, jit was played at the Manville Fruit compahy station, near Ustick. The lineup; I'stick—G. Williams and Smltzger, forwards: S. Williams, %enter; Hurst and Holbrook, guards. Boise—Swan land Culvin, forwards; Castle, center; McLeod and Galvin, guards. EMMETT HIGH TAKES OPENING BASKETBALL Caldwell, Jan. 10.—Emmett high school won the opening game of the basketball season here Friday night by a score of 20 to 17, defeating the lo cal quintet on their own floor. The contest was excitingly close through out, and the game was anybody's un til the final hoop was snagged and the whistle blew. The lineup: Emmett — Forwards, Brown and Fuller; Center, Cochran; guards. Whitney and Carter. Caldwell—for wards, Sims and Brock; center. Rocky Payne; guards, Robinson and Teach. BADGERS BEAT GREAT LAKES. Madison, Wis., Jan. 10.—The Badg ers seemed to strike their stride to night and hud no trouble trimming Great Lakes ;;t basketball. 33 to 15. JEWTRAW, NATIONAL ICE CHAMP, STARS IN MEET ] Gil »«i IMt to right: Ray Bryant. Jamaa Hcancaay and Chariso Jewtraw. Charles Jewtraw, national and eastern amateur champion akater, carried off the honors in the recent eastern championship events at : ] ] FOB CUUM OF T Ban Johnson Has New Nominee for Herrmann's Successor— Judge Landis îftill Favored but None Chosen. New York, Jan. 10.—Henry J. Klllt len, Detroit, is the latest addition to the ranks of candidates for the chair manship of the national commission, j He is said to be Johnson's candidate, 1 having been associated with the Amer j lean League chief in the organization j of the league. Jacob Huppert, presi | dent of the Yankees and a member of the committee appointed more than a year ago to name a successor for Garry Herrmann, said today he had no rec onomendation to make. William Baker, Philadelphia, another member of tho committee, is said to favor William H. Edwards, while» William Veeck of Chi cago is pushing the candidacy of Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis. Other probabilities are John Conway Toole and John B. Foster. DRAKE BESTS NEIGHBOR. j Deg Molnns. Ia„ Jan. 10 . - Drake's i basketball team today defeated Den« I college of Iowa by the score of 30 to j21. AMES LOSES TO MISSOU. Ames. Ia., Jan. iO.—The University j of Missouri today defeated Iowa state je at bi I of 46 to 17. SHIPPED LAST WEEK I — , j Spite of Car Shortage Gem l r I State Growers Load Out I Solid Train for Montana; F Points, Says Bulletin. j ! 1 ... , ... , , .. i Although seriously hampered by the - Prevailing car shortage. Idaho ship pers were successlul In loading out a , solid train of 40 ears of hay for Mon- I tana the past week, and shipments J are reported to have averaged slightly | in excess of ten cars dally over »nil i above this amount, says the Weekly Farm Marketg Bulletin Issued by the ; slate farm markets bureau. In this. connection the car shortage is seem- ! ing! y felt more acutely at Nampa and I Calci« ell, with shipments seriously cur- ; i tailed. The several cattle markets opened | steady to strong, and In some instance j i higher Monday, as compared with our | : report of last week. However, a wider , range in general conditions appeared i Tuesday, when the Chicago and Kan- | ! sas City markets developed a slight ; weakness, which was reflected only In i tho priées for the butcher class on the I former by slight declines on the lower i quotations, while Omaha and Portland Showed added strength. The most pronounced changes in the poultry markets of this week appear I on that of Boise. These were in the I nature of declines of two cents for I heavy liens: three rents for springs and j gees*, and four cents for ducks. Live j turkeys declined five cents in Seattle i I while gcoao look on a downward range 'with the low quotation five cent» un- i der the higher. i Han Francisco shows advances for turkeys and hens, with quotations for the respective markets as follows: Prices paid producers delivered— Hens, live, 4 pounds and over, 4 cents per pound; under 4 pounds. 20 cents P*r pound; springs, live, 22 cents: tur keys, live, 30 cents; geese, live. 15 cents: ducks, 16 cents; old roosters, 10 Jents. I« estimated that 10 per cent or the women of England must remain unmarried bacauss of the tremendous loss of young men through war and *•)" Inflli.nea Anld.mle Newburgh, N. Y. Jewtraw won tha quarter-mile, half-mile and mile championship races. Ray Bryant, teammate of Jewtraw's DWOBDÏETFFM HKMTTEBMS! Angeles tonight Kearns and Coffroth Awaiting Message From Carpentier on Tia Juana Proposition but] None Is Received. San Diego, Cal.. Jan. 10.—Jack Kearns and Jim Coffroth kept looking for messenger boys and waited watch fully throughout today. They wanted a messenger to bring them some word as to the chances of Georges Carpentier, fighting French man, accepting Coffroth'« offer to fight Jack Dempsey at Tia Juana. Thus far Coffroth has had no word from Carpentier. Kearns spent today in San Diego discussing fight plans with Coffroth and paid a visit to Tia Juana. Kearns plans on returning to Los LEASE IS CLOSED MINES AT HAILEY The Red Plond group of mines a' Halley has been leased by Richard B, French of that city for a term of two] years. The lease has just been filed for record In Blaine county, according to the Hatley Times News-Miner, the lease to expire April 1, 1!*22. This group of mines was one of the lurge producers of the Ijalley district In the early days and under proper management, it is said, will again pay good dividends. The royalty on all ores extracted is 15 per cent after paying all transpor latlon. sampling and ««snytng charges. Miller agrees to sell the Property for the sum of $50,000, payable as fol lows: $10,000 on or before April 1, m^o; $ 20.000 on or before April 1 , 1921, and $20,000 on or before April l, 1922. Upon the first payment be Ing made Miller Is to execute and place In escrow a good and sufficient deed with ahstraet of title, the deed to bo ae llverecl upon making the re ma j n i n g puj'ments totaling $40,000. ' VICTORIES OF THREE AMERICAN BOXERS IN LONDON BOUTS WIN THEM POPULARITY /Left I« right: Johnny UriMtho, Ptl Moore an« T«d Lewi«, photographed in j Th« vietorlM «n the «an« night of th« three American boxers w eanlly arrived in England, gave IM trio a great «tart in the Britioh Johnny Griffith« ot Akron, dafoated Francis Charles. Pal Moor«, Mai outpointed Charles Lndoux, end - - - - nlited American, defeated Matt ;ht Of tha three American boxera who re* ' J tish It lea. _____ ^ jftmrhh. Tad Lewis' English by birth, but a natur Walla. irom Lake Placid, finished second in the half-mile. A big field of skaters from the eastern and northern states participated. STEHEST CENTEBS 00 WOOD'S VISIT Expected Confer With Senator j j Moses Over Policy to Follow j Regarding Wilson's Ohal lenge to Republicans. By HUGH BAILI.IE (United Press Blaff Correspondent.) Washington, Jan. 10.—Political in teres! In Washington tonight swung from the Wilson-Bryan split over mak- 1 ing the peace treaty an Issue in the j presidential campaign to the visit here Monday of Major General lamnard Wood, candidate for the Republican nomination. One of the first things Wood is ex pected to do is to confer with Senator Moses of New Hampshire, who is to have charge of his headquarters here over the policy to be followed with re gard to accepting Wilson's challenge to the Republicans to make the treaty llic big question at the polls. Senator Borali is preparing a letter to Wood asking him how lie stunds on the , league of nation« and if he desires to ' come forward an a Republican candi date on a platform calling for repu Beach at Felt recently, lias had a pre dlatlon of the treaty, he probably will make his attitude known in his reply to Borah. DRIGGS. (Capital News Special Service.) Driggs, Ida., Jan. 1U.—James E. Hovermale, who shot and killed Myron ltminary hearing and held to the dis trict court without bond. At the cull of tho Driggs Commercial club a mass meeting was held yes terday in regard to the train service, there being but a mixed train since the coal strike. Assistant Manager Knick erbocker of the Oregon Short Line rail road and Mr. Brooks, superintendent ot the Montana division, were at the meeting in behalf of the railroad and promised that the passenger service would lie resumed, and that the train was put on today. Rome of the ranchers at Jackson Hole have shipped out their stock in order to provide hay to the starving elk and men and teams are now dis tributing the feed to the elk. GOPHER6 TRIM HAWKEYES. Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 10.—Minne sota university boat Iowa university at basketball Friday night. 21 to 19. Burnt DK THE MMn Majority Decision in Favor of Ashton & St. Anthony Firm —Mackay Company Entered Prior Right Claim. . . T '\* bttUI,> between the lJKht * Power company ami the Ash j Mackay ! ton A St. Anthony Power company, a« to which deserves the right to supply electrical energy to the village of Arco j was decided Saturday by the public : iittlmes oommisirion In favor «if the Ashton & St. Anthony Power com- 1 prny. although further steps will be! necessary in order to complete the i company's entrance into the field? A i iif.. A to»«.ww .....- -------- • * ; dissenting opinion was written by \ Commissioner E. M. Hweelev The village of Arco voted $50.000 I bonds to extend Its transmission line to a point to eonnect with the line of 1 the Arhton & rît. Anthony comi any. i The contention was : et up by this ! company (hut us municipalities are ex- i empted from the Jurisdiction of the I Public utilities commission, the com- ! mission could not prsvent it from com- i pletlng negotiations with the village I rince the village will own the truns- | mission line. The other company claimed prior right to the territory by reason of certificate of convenience and neces sity grunted It by the commission. INVALIDATES CONTRACT. The commission objected to the form of contract entered Into between the i village and the Ashton & Ht. Anthony I company, "some of the provisions of the contract indicating that said de fendant is attempting to acquire for itself some advantage other than serv ing the village of Arco." The wording] of the contract, says the prevailing opinion, written by President Free-I hafer, indicates that the village con-I templates securing under the contract electrical energy in excess of its needs which it proposes to sell to territory outside the city limits. The contract, by the majoritv opin ion, was declared invalid, but the com mission held that the Ashton & Ht. An tliony company should not be re strained from entering Into a contract which would limit its service to the territory actually within the village boundaries j In his dissenting- opinion, Commis sinner Sweeley contends that the question docs not concern the rights and powers of villages, but the power of a public utility to render service to a village without first complying with the law. Quoting section 3475 of the statutes, lie maintains that it does not liPi ri & ht or privilege sought to be wer 8UC h aa "within" the vil 1 j J 1 Sees very much further and pro the exercise ot an/ right or Privilege obtained front a he and lt not onl V Prohibits the exercise of a right or privilege but It prohibits the obtaining of a franchise or permit for such purpose. "It seems to me that the defendant corporation is doing or about to do something in violation of section 2475. and that the commission should pro ceed'at once under section 2521. by I m propriate action in the courts to déter mine the rights of the parlies so that anv expenditures to lie made or urtion , hereafter to be taken may be with full ' understanding of the rights and limi tatlons of the parties." NEW YORK DENTIST FOULLY MURDERED BY EX CONVICT! New York, Jan. 10.—The throat out from ear to ear. the eyes plucked out and the skull chopped to pieces, the body of Dr. Jacob D. Hananla, 24 years old. dentist, was found lying in his of fice shortly before noon today. A bloody hatchet lay a few feet away. A paroled convict from Ring Bing. PINNEY THEATRE—BOISE CLAPHAM vs. SANTEL WRE8TLING MATCH, BEST 2 OUT OF 3 FALLS MONDAY, JAN. 12th Sam t'laphum. known us the British I.iun, and holds the Lord LonsdalW I belt. Weight 190 pounds. He has wrestled the following men: Frank Goteh, Joe Stecher, Georg* Hackenschmidt, Yousiff Mahmout. Dan McLeod, Charley Culler. Jim Ksson, Alex Mttnro, clurence Kklund. Jack Taylor, Emil Gomez, Ernest Kartjs, W. Demetral. Masked Marvel, Samson, Walno Ketonen, Jap Takemura, Tsro Mlukl. J. Peterson, Tolalus. Jack Harbertson. , TWO PRELIMINARIES Ad Santel, champion light heavy weight wrestler of the world, weight 1(5. Cnder ausplcts Boise Athletic Club—Nick Collins, Promoter. Doors Open 7:45. First bout, 8:15; Main Bout 9 Sharp. Special Interurhan Car Service offered after the show. A clean and entertaining athletic exhibition for both ladles and gentlemen. PRICES, PLUS WAR TAX , Stage Seat* .......................... $2.50 Lower Floor, first 11 rows............ 2.00 Lower Floor, next * rows............. 1.50 Balcony, first S rows.................. ].;o Balcony, next 8 rows.................. l.oo Tickets are now selling at Boise Athletic Club. 712 Idaho St- Phone ÎM; The Bouquet, Main St.: Murphey's Cigar Store, Main St. RESULTS!. -'-re you getting, or did you get results from your treatmentT . The wise man desiring results in any business employs a specialist in that particular Una. We are specialists in the treatment of Acute and Chronio Dhwanae com.non to mon —Blood and Skin Dtscas. s—and are equipped to treat you successfully» Examinatl(p I or consultation Lee and strletlv rnnfidcrtlsl. ' IDAHO MEDICAL COMPANY Rooms C to 11. Odd Fellows Tempi«. BOISE IDAHO 'Sm - • RECEIPTS OF BOISE P. 0. SHOW mCREISE Despite a Drop of One Cent on All First Class Posta*« In* crease Is $1690 in 1910 Over 1918. Tile receipt« In the Boise postofflce for 1819 were $202,444.1). This la an iru l ease of 11 ( 121 ). 01 over ltlt, despite the fact that during ISIS tho postage rote wag higher thun the year Just pant. A comparative statement of the bual ne$H by quarters shown a large gain during the first two quarters in 1919, while during the last two quarter« the receipts were not us heavy a« the pre vious year. The receipts are as follows: 1918. First quarter ...............$ 48,179.42 Second quarter ............ 42.820.22 Th i r<J quarter .............. 50.850.23 Fourth quarter............. 59,175.04 ...1200,824.91 Total 1919. Fourth quarter Total ...... . .$ 49,*732.99 .. 50.694.18 .. 47.878.08 .. 54.541.67 ..$202.444.92 i'Ft'St quarter . Second quarter Third quarter .... .... i usi.ed to have a tooth pulled, I tin mother. Un. Matilda Hnnanla went into the offices a little later she ! . ... . . , .__ v . . ] found the bod > ' n «■ ponl of Wood ' | Un a table in the same room, was an unfinished note. | A woman patient of Dr. Hananla told the police that as she was leaving the office thin m rnlng she saw a dark | ma „ e ., lt er the dentist's private room, .Members of the family saying that i a n ian answering to that description | eame on the boat to this country with | the father of tile young dentist eight ! years ago. They say that the father ] had befriended this man and helped to j secure ids parole from Sing Sing where he had been sent after conviction on ! a charge of murderous assault, --- ~ ----------------- thought to have a grudge against the family, Is suspected. 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