Group Title: Key West morning journal.
Title: The Key West morning journal
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Title: The Key West morning journal
Alternate Title: Morning journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Key West Journal Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Publication Date: January 20, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Language: In English and Spanish, <1912-1915>, <1919>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 314 (Nov. 23, 1911).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091654
Volume ID: VID00135
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33273315
lccn - sn 95026771
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.'erers in tb
also that th
s has offered it,
ase branch.



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to b
of sa'.
doned,' a
xdgon the
not suffice
ien the tengt
atrlne has bee

11 using grappllnm
of raising the vef
d that if it is sun-
that it will be burl
A -,.yond a t recovery.

TO HO .D 4QLD STORAGE FEAST
'Phledelphilaaft. 19. !Speola'
to Thd Jpurnal. A i "cold storag'
dinner" 'will be" gi'o to 800 mem
'ters of the. Philadelphia Produc.
zxthiange at the Believue-Stratfor'
tonight. 1Nothing will be serye4 .the.
has beenIn a:cold storage less tha',
eight mnoths. T'he affair is giver
*to demnnttrate t(it properly store
foods nre palatable and wholesome.


IACK$D 1IfRE LOSS,

"AMONT1S TQ $200O
... .
h Te Jou : The Ire
6t A8turd& that swept
thi J:aoksQn l s io tbwn A*-
finitely plaod& A4 6( wiQulth l0I
tasuranams car" ,." '
Work is to b$ totd at opee to
.'!uld the 4rv Woeo, the heads
S .e vaiIqae Ii Wmberastated 1o-

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NEW'F. C. DOK

yesterday uiternoon, Frank Hau
jan, divf was hurt white wortKu.
ofP ilam at the extension woe.
-.,.g on at the new Florida Lsa
,east docks. He was not badi.
.,t, and was dismissed from tht.
.a.pital as soon as Dr. Maloney has.
.on that his injuries consisted o.

aianson waa working in a core w
.1m that was being pumped out anl.
,o powerful suction of We outle,
tught him and held him gripped
;ainst the wall. He was speed)
itten to the surface and taken t,
'ie hospital.

kVEItNMENT HELPED HIM OUT
OF JAIL.
rj*,,tno, qonn., Jan. 19. (Spec-
The Journal.) JoN E,. O'Don
,'whom the Board of Pardons ro-
tly decided to release from prison
ay secured his release through
,vernment aid. O'Donnell is tht'
Io man whom Theodore Rooseve't
,co pardoned. He was sentenced
four years- in prison last Septem.
Sfor burgalry in Ridgefleld. At-
rney-General McReynolds an'l
'stmaster General Burleson sent
,.rnmest letters asking his release on
a ground that he is invaluable to
o Secret Service squad in prose-
iting post office robberies.

SADER8 OF LUMBER INDUSTRY
GATHER.

Indianapolis, Ind,, Jan. 19. (Spec
.1 to The Journal.) ,A number of
ten prominent in the American lum-
ar trade have arrived here to speak
the convention of the Retail Lumn-
ar Dealers' Association, which open-
I today. One of the Important fea-
tres of the meeting will be the dia-
asslon of plans which will bring
bout closer interest* between the
timber men and their sons, so that
'e boys will continue In the business
'ier fathers have established.

UDS OPENED POR MONTANA
PROJECTS.
Great Falls, Mont., Jan.. 19.
Special to Thb Journal.) Bids
,'ere opened at the office of the
Tntted States Reolamatlon Service
ere today for natl4lalhto be used
n cennecttb 'with. irrigation pro-
'eot 'in Montan*, About 765.000
'oaund4 of steel Mtaulfores at barl
ire 'need8,*r lhe work to be dose.
Bole, Idaho, San. .19. (Special
'b The Journalh) The Bolse ofleo
t the reelamtatieo o .4e received btid
today for 494,000 pounds of relaftrir
'ing ba t to be Used o fbe B'tiy
irrigation project. '



SQu*eetown, Jan (Special to
The Jourr -Aser-
Irsn li'
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Four of the five submaries whihob, a,*oompledi by a oUllier and the monitor Mosntuk, made the record-breal
ing voyage from Guantapamo, Cuba. tp-Colpn, PanaMa, where they are now anchored at the new concrete dock
waiting to pass through the cabal. "'They 1ill be Used'In the defense of th dPcll o entnce to the canal. Tht
is the first, tlh that martin as hlet~" mad h% \vt .'s'a'at.


BUSINESS SAYS WILSON,

Wadhingtoh, PD. C,J J u, l U
(Special to The Journal.. 'res-.
lent Wilson, tceasyin the seml*weak.- IA
-ly interview granted to all ewppa-
per men, characteed thbe reports
that business WAa .uff<"-' ... .:


as a result of the t*
unfounded. On
opAildn, U t"-
actly the opiplt&
The President `.
record as saying that -
to an increase in. freight rate, 4y-
ing that freight rates at the present
time were as high as tie consumer
and small merchant could stand.


FLORIDA SHERIFFS TO

MEET IN JACKSONVILE

Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 19.
(Special to The 'Journal.) The state
convention of sheriffs meets here to.
morrow, and it is estimated that the
sheriffs from almost every county
la the state *ll be present. There
is much business to be brought be-
fore thp convention.

Sheriff Jaycocks was seen by a re-
porter for the Journal last night in
regard ,to. his attend ling the sheriffs
convention, but he stated that his'
attendance was as yet problematic,
owing to the pressure of work.
UNITED' MINE WORKERS GATHEII

Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 19.
(Speci Ito The Journal.) The Inter
nation l convention of the United
Mine WoprkerA oPened here today.
An unusually Impoetant session is as-
sured, because the repent trouble be-
twesn the'untohs Ad employees of
Pstj. ey 1 0f ea. be. ousee 4 pro-
poal w albo.. s, e .mde: toL.q .fge

ere b0 a r-th eI

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IN ALBANY N. ,

Albany, N. Y., Jan. 19. (Spec'
to The Journal.) Four thousand.
Even hutAdred employees of the D
aware Hunson company went o
strike today because the company r


h, ...tuss to t rensitte trvwo employees w,
't h captured -had been dismissed.
1n. being the -- T e a
3. Jone The ehave e tablished pick(
S.ackson square lines, but :aid tonn bt t'.tt th
e au ,ices of ths Guards, would oI resort to. 'violence,, e.<
the opening day being last evening. if a complete' working 'orce were p.
To be sure there have been other car 9n, bdt would ei.teavor to win t)
rivals and other shows more or less .strike by passive moans.
like the Johnny :. Jones shows in ,.
Key West hut it. aeems to have re-
ned or the present entertainer tlrTIA'nann
to take the 'whole town in a firm Cgrin IflYl Al S ri
right at the very start,, a grip that'
promises to hold through, the two AAIST. JUDGE SiEE
weeks. stay and. the soldc' for the S. JU
Joies management boasts that it is '
going to give the, good people of ..
'Key West such a good time that. Macon, G ., Jan. 19. (Special to
there will be n invitation Tor a re- The JoUrnal.) An investigation o.
turn date next season. The 'atteo*,the charges Q f miscnduot place,
dance at lait evening's' erformalice againstt U, S. Judge Speer was b"
wan thhe grltest first iight atten- gun here tqday )i, a sub-commltda
dance eveor bwn. to Kb' West. ,te of the' quse qf representatives.
auguers well;oi the rest of the week The iy gatlon was echedul
and the writer Joins the general pub- to be hlld `tOoe time past but war
lie ia recommending a generous postponed c" account of the illness,
Iatfenagde of the -Johnny J. Jones of Judge :cqr.
positionn thows (or. they are the .
real goeds.rr'
Somethink of the Magnitude of PRESIDENT D1P tU
the Jones ,e.mbine was gleaned whet '
the spe0 il train of 18 double leligth. :
earn pulledbtato the local freight Wabhl oi4 toal to
yards sadas ame 850 people took up The Journ 'dent aS
the business of establishing the Jois Mrs. WSl.an lnne to tiMt
midway and carnival camp tor the membeol of the diplomat% .ojp
week.. Not only did the number of this evlnig. It wli -o~'e' tb,
persons and the amount of lugp te isbTlmiaot oaffais'I t hWsoa,'W,
n ud paraphernalia make An ies k ''* ,
sion upon local residents u ..
ath nd skill withwhic
Were O.it.hed aid the va .. ,
aid4 out also made a *.
tiallj accounts for th
teat- the ares 'trou:f

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Private car 16, having on b1 Pe E te
.'resident C. H. Markham o ,I PQ0g to grow
.llinis Central Railroad and V6e lit ah underal
resident W. H. Pleasant of tht. been tern or el
cean Steamship Co. arrived over 1,"onbgehook. C
.0 East Coast Sunday and is 'now' dOpend esttrel
the ,- at. Ctase vt dys, tV m y'st 1 4 *.'tht1 Vt
.e return of Mr. Markham and Mr cut, and If we '
pleasant, who left yesterday morn-, undersized spor
ig on the Governor Cobb for Ha- 1 nothing left to
ina. They will return Thureday s ,l < lhatto
nd leave immediately for the aorth. 10lorid give ut
The arrival of these two prominent p6VaOW of a0
,fn, following upon the reported, )Slaty tp '
lo of the Florida East Coast and 'o thi it :
uthern railways to the Penupyl- 9ued ,aP0o gi''
nia Is signiflcent. During their '"lot ''.b ff ,
ort stay in the city, they looked b n tla '. 1'
y West over thoroughly, whb and
*-nol known,. .
Mr. Markham, is reported
id, lU response to queries,
porta0, ,ae ofe.1 he Southe
nnsylvana I.
possible, in tti. ,!u.
4'itions, but as rewards .u.e Tok6mp
he was not so ure.
,.*AR.OLD GIRL ON TRIA' ally are
FOR SHOOTING. charge T.et.
,heria and investi-',,j
New York, Jan. 19. (Special, 9oie of them thI n
'.o Journal.) TIh hearing in .t1 spDplges once taif t" t
4e against MargaMt Lima, the'.2 r 'dead, and thSl ...: "-
.ar-old girl who shot down MeZ n up and' re'pl- l 'Ut. the,
;mon last month, then calmly i. ,of %'Sad see for themselves. We
used him of having caused It heL~e within sixteen anies, th'
downfall, began today. The gr Npe Farm in the wortd, a I
i her father's care and Mira4 ,r West's Board of Trade certain-
.1 .... uht.o4knuow more concerning


atement that she is not mental
responsible .
FLORIDA MASONS IN SESSION ;v

Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 19. (
al to The Journal.) The
Vorshipful Grand Lodge of
'ree and Acceptable Mas
ened here tcy" soni'
ad will be in

DOG 8hOW OBN
' *Phtiadea,;':i'si Bi


/


,othe
re StBok Assisla
city. today i a I
the le41ing at kmen o
attendance. e o( oti
be k!sibtn4^lBe th


t*ti.lh to the taking or the
C.'(ofI *" every sponger who
ever worked for us has beon
led that under no circumstances
he take small' sponges. an'l
atened with discharge if hel did
theli. If the undersized spnnge:P
ivV41k'the same protection from
i B fishermen that they do
0,there would be many thou-
m nofe natural sponges grow-'
.'.n the bars bordering on the
0l..Keys than is now the case.
.- Very truly yours,
S OAS. W. CITARE,
i. Manager, Florida Keys Sponge
Iruit CompanY.


B EFUSES OFFER
rAI M n


U ,!F $ /51,UUU JUI

I, Ugth Ga&,, Jan. 19. (Special
e eournah.) Ty Cobb return-
today from Royston, Ga
S hip been on a. hunting trip,
i r gave 1 t a stateflent that
"L to lad refulbdthe offer of the CIi-
q Mo Federal League of $75,000,.to
play with them for five years. He will
t rpSain with Detroit. HI's reasons
l of refusing the offer of the Fed-
Stral Lealue Were not given.
AUTO SHOW FOR ABAI/MORR.
1 aloare, Md., Jan. (8specir
r. Journal.) T tb .
of the re Au'-
s a*-0A0* ee1d in the
a"' todar. t, *
'4 various mi
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Tbe- time this. Alm
'I$ 0 qu,6d1bitt tthe 4*4 ~*~?a"Iit
:Ow ; f*Mrs of tA61-top. '

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SIt ptfbr Ca tera aned fitm
o9 us' will do your developlln
ftio.q kIowv our business and do all
work S srtallnss style.,

DaDwi fte.t. Phone 04
Adt. tft.
WANTED.
Stltok in the ,lland City Natlo-

pay ;101.00 a bhare for ten
ih.L or any part of that amount.
AddrqM. P. 0. Box 52i. Key
SWest, Florlda, adb tt.
f'or Balo-Nice Cttagoas at West
Iutmoarlijad, will pay 75 per cent
on tn1Tetmeat. A. K. MoMullen,
Mar-t*ion, ria. adv Nov. 3N tf
7 7AX AMAfAEOMe NOTICE.
L' PERSO.8s, COtBQjIUATION'S
r OWNING PROPERTY
,CR REAL OR PIORSONAL.,
TO TAXATION' BTY TH i

d, ,SAME f1P'OA4)IU:
RST DA? OF MARCH, 1114
"4. CITY' TAX ASSESSOR.
BL'* 8 FOR THE PU1Rq
'WIL BE FURNISHED ON APP
,CATION TO MY OFFICE IN.. T~EB
ITTY HALL.
Sw. A. CARE.
City Tax Assessor
I tvlfWW NOTI.M TO VOTERS.
1'M REGISTRATION BOOKS


'OR THE PRIMARY ELECTION TO
IE HiLD IN JUNE 1914 WILL BE
)IPNED AT THE FOLLOWING
CS JANUARY TH, 1-914.
RECI( P INT. COUNTY
HOVSE, DR. DUVTAL

iESCOND PRECINCT. OFFICE
4O. W. SHULTZ. 419 SIMON-
RTRBET.

B 'PRCINCT. COR. BA-
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IYOU WI al PAlit TAKE NO-'
TWEZ, THAT BY JANUART 15TB.

lop HAVIN CORVOP0IX
O T05 "ItT TAXXIt 3

UNPAID FOR TRIP flAa 11i0
AND PRMY1Otro TOAA~S's
bit, IANUARY!,jBTH, iWILL
PROCONED TO FILM SUIFE FOR,
14. tAXC N6 IPAID POI -Tat

TillosmTAJWCA4~Rl W11OS1
'VAZI0 FR Oil A~tfiTILL UN-
PAil I) 4', DO DQOt TOWE
toa R PIVou8 'tIAIS, WILL
SAVE THE COSTS OF1 A SUIT BY
SETTINO1N3 BWUE JN :ARUPY
15TH, 1914., '' .
FROMl THIS. DAME FORWARD
EVERY PaOlvIsION ON TallUklW-
WILL BE. 1UGIIMJY APRWRBD
TO IN THE 0'UEDNOWN0, OR
THE COIAJUOjNf M b' DL-
QIJENT '1'A"ES.' "'VO RtONOW-
&Sx ,T'r ;v4t *b'h''r'M InuTswuTf


IN THE FILING OP ITTTS REGARD
DLIRS OF THE AMOUNT' O.n TAX9e
R.n THE '-PEIORV OF 0' ~, tr i-
4A.; A.t a *yriNin A0 tN A-Olt
"EAR C1'T TAXEi4a3 An ItB3TI-
,.ST Ar:TE' RATE 9 ONE P1tI
"'TNT MONTH AND THilt
HAROEDU AND. CO .-
EVERY INSTANCE.
TFLID THtCOSTS
p AS PIXED Bt LAk
WT CHARGED AND OT-
.1 aOpT EVERY CA8E' ,
U. M. SBnP L *

Weo Oan fAt your tirn from pkr-
tr to kitchen Our rsitee are rItt
A terms 1ve.v f11vo a u ihail *a
" r ,I'%i l HT> + wht 1o t a nf, n1ir tA.p
' it, linr t un1 on'tlrt to 0 it ,th


GUARDIANS NOTICE.
Notice is her on to all whom
it may cone Ju sh Massie Max-
It O~ar i| ry Lqwe, ml-
an .o. t day of February
S-, to 6 Jfhonortale
na, Co ty Judge in an4
r UUnty,at his olo in Key

'010ok .' W th

florA t i* at prilva t4
r.jit tlit land interl et'

e(in thefollwa d I
l~rtb, it, sid
*'It Seven, 0( V,'i
'.West, Cona .A!i
hft~lret 4U ItJ in .


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lh pie Olty V altit g friends ahd .rela-
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Mrs. Lizzie Lowerp idi OT!t'lIal
street in on the sick lilt. We vlish
he *ell Tvery sooa.
'Mrs. Save Rodgers who fit bien
In the city visiting relatives andI
friends will leave tonight tfor-,his
home in Tanipa. His stay w#a very
pleasant and doubtless suggests an
early return.
Mr. Joln Ried will leave tonight
for his home in Tampa. 119 h (l .
very enjoyable stay of a ts bfe iy.
There will ,e a maniettif .g theo
redriolt Doigtlas Athletto Abboolk.
tiph t the Od48 Fllows Iall Tiee-
d 'itA 10th 1inLt. All' *ho
a1e oride6 a'lmett saporrs rro
r"9reightd'lp atte.d; #U6l-
h. al tjianetto .be as'
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by over jA
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Hubers Busy Corner

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V.MA, H iK WB'
Proposed SOH$age Subjec to Ch
out
MIAMI.NASSAU LINE
"STEAMSHIP MIAMI"
Etfective ,ahufry 5, 1914
Lv Etakl, B6on. Thur.... .8:OOpm
Ar Nas.au, TUet. Fri...... 9:00am
Lv' Naassl,t TU. Fri .....3:00pm
,Ar Miati, -Wed. Sat ........9:00am
Ewca.voe ehbtuary a to March SO,
1914.
Lv 1i6aml 4 ?0B. Wed. Fri. ..3:00pm
Jr Nasau, trues. ThUr. Sat.. .b:00atn
'L NaAUN Tues. Thtfr. kMt. .'Bi00m
Ar Mimi,, Wed, Pri. .su.. 1.:00p 0
Effective April 2, ,$164.
Lv Miami, Mon. Thur. ..... 3:00pm
'Ar'NasiaUiitits. Fri .. .. .9:00am'
LT v x4asit,. t". Pri, .....8:00pm
Ar Miami, Wed. Sat ........9: 00am
MiamI-Np-an service will be dis-
continued with last ealing from
Naau Tuesday, April t, 1914,
ST. IpTEMBURG.HAVANA LINE.


Commencing with salltng from St.
Petersburg, Fla., January 20, 1914.
Steamship "Mlasotte"twill
Lv it. Peteraburg, TuM. ... 9:80pm
Ar Ar Key West, Wad's .... 4:830pmi
Ar Havana, Thurs's. ......08:0arm
LT ifavana, Thure's ...... 12: 0D'n
Ar. Key West. Thunrs's. ...9:00pi
Ar St Petersburg, Fri's ...: .:00pm

IEYr WEST.HAVANA IlNB..
tiamnhips "Haliftx" and "Gov.

Commeanclf irith ailling from
K%7 9VWA Wbft TW&a & 3&tiumT
Lv Key' Wdti dailly 'eUalb .i tAd
. .. .. .. .. .. ;' 4 Oa .

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Steam
Key_ West
and "Fridays.
leaves Key, ,
Saturday,

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Somen~g wit ilng L
Pirt ':aimo January tS, 19 14.
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q* DeOlivery 1m1d Milk Wagous. AV.
rage Lampm, etc. Also can reIper
A and prvto of harness. Agent.. for
JUNE kOTOR COMPANY.



AT;SACRIFICED PRICES.
Q iiaiJ rJcarl/inc yourself at

IaskqiLUbos Bargain Store
539 WILUALI NEKr TO R. PEACO 0' GROCERY."
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S"I. t.ob)ppiient turns Cotch gudodnly, re,
ivisep t v the hold iuto a halt nac!on
obiaplo W fllth a crotch.
0 49erv Uto t was told Ootch in 1911 that inn
lins pinm teW '*4n ats ricani wrestllr wbho wiir.'li to ro
\lth thit hoi4to'-4 4i.but I li-l4t'fouted had boeun iti'l.: ie.:-.
it to among ItWI'(M'ub rnahbtaidt against thP g. i*..: Io h2.
ordlinato holds ild(ad*- loading to the half ui-,,o.t a..d erott,:lI.
Ing up to "the eiA0Ott ton The world'n champion laurchd tit
with which h0 wvill, ortly of those stories. 110 said the iiussini
his hard matches. htnitig-lllio lion was l Ilvll:-:'d to lpinpien tnn
rapidity With whlilh h Obamplon .ainou'.or ;ill 1. ..1 *-!,r.l 1,1 I' r. 1rvotl.
hbifts from one hold t' 1Anothor b,- .i'!fcnt. hilil in ot i.dll i"y L.,ns u lu
wilders his less 1eart oppertents and :uso.
enables him to trick them lipto. dan- This romarkablo piedletion actually
gerous position. came 6 pass. When Ilacktenchmidt
Thli rapevine as useo by G0tch to mot (1tCh for tl'h second tinlo
one of his fanion shitl whereby hea ,. C.litneao he wa.r coaclied to
seounres his half ta onrand rotch and t'to runlnuto to avoid ti!. rapla-
with such precisloikthat it lies causaled io attack of Cotch. It was the
'the downfall of too.r- of tlhe frc4teat imeata of his downfall In the ftlr."
wroutlrs in the world,. bout. Gltch Vut Hack o!ff lii guiaru,
Gotch makes the 'aPo..''- ,.h'ft railed his near' leg, grapcvined his far
when over his oppoat m ". 0oo and then revered it into a half
When the defensive wre:3. : i.lt:sa an4 crotch, with which t5ec
hands and knees, Gotcdl- . i,, "lloi4 vwa0,nncd for tha first fall tu
dot'wn'tby working back and woll to tI t' t1iltrt-rt' defeat of h!a career,
old&, grasping hlla victim's ean leg Thi(rapevilto iMay be aeop,'el on
near the crotch. The *orld's cham- t1. and 'with the aid of- 'tcro.;s
pion telnts for. a further' leg or armi butto6.t-an o iionent may be hurled
hold or somo other grip to distract hlis heavirlto the pauvas. Gctch has sel.
opponent's, attention. As the latter I si ,i n ti this grip, however. He has
looking away from the real point of !a :defTholds whereby an opponent
attack, Gotch suddenly raises his op- :, ht b,-lcll.d in flying falls but hIts
pounet's Aear log and, if working on u.', d his qnuitc brain to advantage In
the left side, jumps in with his rinhtL; c shldi ftb opponents by rapid
leg under the leg of his opponent, :r-- :iouverila 41h tOtraight wrestling,
which has been raised. With his'right Got'ch l AUef4at used the grapeo-
leg ho, grapevines the victim's .tfr leg. v:; in tpin t w poneint Hi de-
Wi this leverage the champion has t of tct. ohn J. Roiuoy In
turned his opponent easily. The tin. Clnengo ',t. t. .OrapvlIpe and ham-
p "soned leg of he defenstvo 'wroatler mun local: llii, w at a exception.
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AFTER FRANK GOTCH'S CROWN
Effort Beiroh Made tooet byszko, Po.
ish Wretfier, to .Take Part In
5 Elimination Miatches.
Zbyszko, the olfth wrestler, wvbo
has been competing in an open tour.
natnent in lrfe, has been-oftered one
of tho largest guarattea e fa e
to a .wrtler athi thle"
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It is I'ultig t,) s ic iho eI
or rct fall with l'LnnIO 1.

rge Stallings Ileas ofh.t d St.
4 000 for olan, asecurd in trade
VC her's 1job is not n l If. lng one.
f the big leaige leadurn hPe
posli.on for three years.
augAton raps the forwako,
p5 3 .ofpith've factor. But Hai%
llvel ; pyod Notro i amro.
i ,erecrcburg's schoolboy
o, be sent against .ll klads
s oance records in the spring.
as,.ii4 i ., r willl' e unable to meet PItt
flI ron ext year. due to coin-
Vant.'l at a idol i 1dato oin which the latter
I tote *r b to,:* ar. e the gmare.

tight, r e ed O ut i i .; 1
I 1 lanapoli lon ti e siith et n t e d
p o, cight-round thitut aL It.I,
t a a '
.t Johnny Dugdjo dor rs tl .,,
ot the Kailbane obha lon feathcr--,:ight box.
itph, Cr, is tfie Jest love art. st in tho world,
A nmot barring Packq' McFarland or any
T othor.
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ke y -1* ,jjwj.ed a recor tart !seAsin b'V ti-
i .in l qgW part or bench a ingle player
i daring the American teague playing
I as played is
tiWe by of t r. Waltep Oitnp ais that the went
ir ahea f. the', eott in the for-
ituu & C and' carefully
16. dira passers

St-o' to be congratu-
Stto. now obtalh,:cd
In and Price Me-
e,hav.e been big
U11 fin ditra q I ormeq
IX the s Iirt ' !
r Ifit Is not undoea s lons,
ebal ~I~41 i hm Whitb ed,
ijaud, ,both of whomin LtL.
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haU ever to b me a er&,ia r t
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Sendi a Day -Every: / dee'tcrs -'r
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for in His En"iergetic At-;nett n npvfn ct~
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be'eefCrO un a"gzm %:"*d ho t nn -u oue 1 t 1i1m) 1' I~ nilenMir jig m "yeagl
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,unrtmuot, gtuup. 'P't~wu~~ d~t trtu~t h vx~outlve in, the entire world
,nnalde, wN 1it, IjIii 0 iy.-t jvig 9Wu~de-rfuihow mleany peopie'
averaw raii ~ h~v&'- U -Phiior 4tcertary Tutnultyls Oftlie with
tne-.ota;uUily supplieud W101 U thrit Izxd ciunviotionathat they must
thu v I' aoliii iittthe Unfited Oe. tee4 Wiodru~w NVIati. himself in povs,$
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L-Sh thtil iureti) 'tf-aa t~ the yrmnsident's time, And then
tri~t h.ILit04,bE.UH iip 11tti in-konp-wo fultO goAa) lWY peifentlY sattsinfld..'
vzei1C~rs witli a-'dYJtth t h tibl eehx~v ho rutl Uan the tataont of Tunijlty.
bU*TA.J le. 1'6' bra tlt-hjullby thltt iiI1IVIdMua's nblilitivto
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spe Izd'.a mattWoohvaS-o hI ietho taihtut hir~self 4eidealillitt
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ad s 4 efv M1 ijT 91In person are mhiDwn thit.
S'.1 rril t HasIV 611u'tedebar moist chief lfythe one theV
ila 'U hI4,lAou *hrewd.,IV I o e m1; eed.
I~ "it N X vto~ Tht t. 'S %WU A-lgrt etCfirvC flteihwor;6 under
iqot- c~ltt I f b w P'inkW iloant .pa 0 4to-~ccj
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ktkaq obtULl aW'exqjuisitely p1tt1tij that it ls
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14,ft~ nd WM #ot163% hfvl~f fb nvc1.the same
J40 11 lydItua tip tot the. l~oosevelt, and Taft ad-
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Ad once t t "business" bas beet,
sw1 l -'but etu llt, three 4 ovi.1
It Is lhe ut a's turbk std tie Vi-.*
H6r akrT i r With' him a fn in
eoaoble li lon of a man ItM'
deadly eainet who take his woek 4
the most serl a and yet the opotl
onjboyible thi int life. ,
On the far a e from the 'PrevdLnt't
office to the ilnet chamber, where
the PresLdent nd his official family
deolded ttmiRl unuly important ma
tbrs, while o ed around an oblon
table In a rppi closely resembling t1
director's roo In any large a-
banlcking 'thbI hnent. 4
So much fo formal vitats to
national exilou v. In adltltion,.
Wilson has th habit of trequen
miun.g It0 6* outer oflela a
sa.thin, hant, e. rally. Ant IVti
nettoeable tIc tthpt he tI emhole
g1%t to find. ia d or lanie and tV
,jl& ontllaren' at yIIy t an exoepU(
alt,warm ht b asp.
1%the maa and worn
ti'will 1e a pi ant thing to r*a
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6t the *het U of tate, there to alWi
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