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OGDEX DAILV COMMERCIAL: SATTRDAV. FEBKt ARV IN RAM CIRCLES. 1 t tave joy a Fands Eeady fur it Early IVuiplcfion Snpt Bantroft' Erturn ote and personal. - Good in, jr., md y t?rL.y that te bad expected that mm of the eastern stockholders in the Short Line m ould be Lereeith Mr. Garretcoc, but hid cot heard anything recently to indicate bother or not they mould come, states the Sioux City Journal of the 2oth. It was stated at the Short Line office that Donald McLean mould Le here to Various rum day with Mr. Garretsoo. on have been current this meek ia ref erence Co the Snort Line. It u eener ally understood that the arrangement hare been completed by mch the road ia now controlled by the hioux City in V. 1L terest It ia stated on good authority that the financial matter hare been mo arranged that Mr. Garretaoas interest mill be furnished funds with which to push the road at once to completion. It will be built to Ogden, as originally planned. and m ill not become an adjunct to any old line, but will be operated by the Sioiii City and Northern management. Mr. Garretaon'a home coming today will Get all uncertainties at rest. Supt Bancroft's Return. General Superintendent Bancroft of the Union Pacific mountain division re-turned home to Ogdeu yesterday afternoon in his private car "Oil" after a trip or eleven days, spent in a general in tie was spection tour 01 iiis territory, very busy in looking over correspondence and other business that has accumulated during his absence when seen by a Commercial representative last evening and had little to say of general interest. The road is in excellent condition and the only trouble experienced this season has been on the Wood Kiver branch in Idaho which has suffered seriously from washouts. Mr. Calvin has been officially installed aa superintendent of the Idaho division vice W.L. Ryder rwigned and his work is giving excellent satisfaction. Mr. Bancroft is pleased to reach home again after his wearisome trip and m ill remain for several days, disposing of the accumulated work. Fell Between the Cars. R, O. Plumb, a Union Pacific switch- man, while pulling a pin yesterday at Laramie fell between the cars and was dragged for several yards before released. Both legs m ere hurt and an arm badly bruised bus the full extent of bis injuries was not learned. Xotes and Personal. Thirteen cars of horses from Senator Stanford stock farm at Palo Alto, CaL, are due in Dgden this morning under the charge of Trainer Haggen, en route to New York, where they will be sold. One of Raymond's special excursion parties arrived from the west last evening and were sent east over the Rio Grande Western. Division Engineer Fitzgerald, of the Southern Pacific, returned last evening from the west. Men in Convention. Springfield, 111., Feb. 27. Representatives of the county, township and district fire insurance companies of Illinois met here todfiy in convention. Resolutions were adopted approving of the bill providing for the licenscing of foreign insurance companies now doing business in the state. A committee was appointed to look after the measure before the committee to which the bill has been referred. The delegates were given an audience by Governor Fifer this after-- , noon. Each Wanted to Appoint One. Chicago, Feb. 27. Judge Kettelle, having returned foora Hot Springs, the judges of the circuit, superior and appellate courts got together today and nineteen justices of the nominated peace. There was something of a squabble aa there are twenty judges and each one wanted to nominate a A compromise was finally justice. reached. The names of those selected will be submitted to the legislature, now in session, for approval. There is a disposition manifested in the assembly to change the manner of appointing justices, as well as to regulate their fees. This fee system has grown to be a colossal scandal in this city. Some of these justices, it is estimated, make from $25,000 to 535,000 per annum. Even the judges of the higher courts will receive some attention from this legislature. John Grinnell, who is retiring from the bench to accept a more lucurative office with a great corporation, has made a demand for a larger salary, for those he leaves behind him. A judge now receives $7000 a year but a bill has been introduced in the legislature to raise the salary to $13,000. The measure will not receive serious consideration from the fact that the opinion is general that a sufficiently large remuneration is now given to the LOi2r Arm frr.ni 1.1 I VUUI . I,, irmiBETiflioir. v ofi) rent lo pty-- tL r en- e raatjoa o two sttoctLs ia are aimiy tag or Vcree of THE FlXEBiL OF JID6E PEE a Wet for oce cause or another. H1W i.T FOKTU'OOYLMCK. JaiSekettdjemu WtJ last Noveat r. THE XOUTHEKSi BUAD WILL OPE BITE THE SHOBT USE. Insurance ' i. i ervi aa Saturdays and k?tl boils a. tea they dj Dot bold court at aiL TU-l-- idu-Ther- H as only a wet oe the beach wheohe He meet to Hot bpriog. where he remained until tAly. H salary of course ha not beo U.xd tinned. luuktai,! Mr. Prrtkaw Ei per ted at 3:30 Mr. Carter iu Financial Trouble. OjubVFcU. Clark Gapea .-Dr. -T- TLL kuixht of PjthwWUIbeu Ihirre. Morniar-T- he The funeral of Judge Preahaw will who mas employed by Mrs. Carter's take plic on Sunday afteraoao kt 2 counsel in the f.mous divorce ease aa a o'clock. Until last bight about 8 o'clock medical expert, attached Mr, nothing tad been Leard from Mr. Way altera r,n tt. ttheatrical eart Preahaw since she telegraphed that she troupe here, fur a thousand uii.ai no Crimea st-- due Lun lor bis mould leave Texas at oooe fur Ogdea, service. and it m as decided to make do final arrangement untd she should arrive. THE KEPl'BLICASK. Last evening, bom ever, eh was heard They Will Meet TonfcLt at the Dis- from ec route and if ther maa no delay by rail she came in at 330 a. m. today trict Court Room. on the Union Pacific. The adjourned meeting of the Repub settled the time of the This intelligence funeral, as it bad lican club will take place this evening in been decided that if she reached the the United States District court room at city aoon eaough the funeral would lake tomorrow at 2 p. m. 8 o'clock. It is expected that important plaue Mr. Robert G. Prethaw, brother of the committee reports mill be made and deceased, reached this city from Merced, other matters of interest mill come up. California, yesterday morning at 7 JO o'clock. Mrs. Eva M. Fleck, daughter of the deceased, came in from Omaha at Probate Court Matters. 3:20 yesterday afternoon. Theac are all A warrant mas issued by Probate the relatives J udge Bishop yesterday for the arrest of The funeralexpected. mill be under the immeGeorge and Charlea Pen rode. They were diate auspices of the Knights of Pythias, of mhich order the Judge maa a charged m ith petit larceny. prominent member. Grand Chancellor An order waa issued in tU nrnlmt court yesterday, in the matter of the ee- - Farnsmorth telegraphed from Salt Lake City yesterday to be advised of the time laieoi .MarK aeiiman, deceased, ordering of the obsequies as he wished to arrange the publication of notice to creditors. to be present, it is understood, with the Grand Lodge of Utah. Kelief Society. The Grand Army of the Republic, to Believing that the city of Ugden mhich the Judge belonged, mill assist should have a Relief So the Knights of lythias in the funeral rites. ciety, the undersigned request all ladies be . eight JUl'here mill probably . n . ipall . .I r 4 l to meet at the baritably inclined, par uraieiB, iiuiii me Auigniaoi ryiuian, lors of the First Baptist church on Grant two from the Grand Army, two from avenue, on Monday, Marin 2d, at 2 the Methodist church, and two to repreo'clock p. m. sent Ogden City. Mayor Turner mill Mrs. P. IL Emerson, Mrs. Jas. A. Miner, be one of these and the Presi-en- t of the Chamber of Commerce the Mrs.tJ. ILMcCIure, .Mrs. O. (J. Howard, Mrs. Fred Kiesel. other. The Chamber will attend the Mrs. Joe. Metzler. Mrs. Jaa.X.Kimball, Mrs.H.P.IIenderson funeral in a boil v. Mrs. E. M. Allison, Rev. A. J. Bailev. So also mill the Knights of Pythias, Mv.SamT-Lnsworth- . the Grand Army and probably other bodies. The funeral promises to be one of the most impressive and largely atNatural Gas Prospect. tended that has ever taken place in OgWork on the gas well is progressing den. It is to be hoped that the weather favorably. The pumps have brought up will be favorable. Ogden Lodge No. 2, to which Judge cedar imbedded in blue clay, and every Pr es!iaw met last night to indication shows favorably for ultimate further belonged, the details for the funsuccess, ihe com many has expended a eral arrange large sum of money already and has not been selling stock enough to pay the exNotice to Knights of Pythias. penses. It has been suggested that a All members of Ogden Lodge No. 2, is be taken. It propopular subscription K. of P., are commanded to meet at posed that a list be signed, each individ ual agreeing to pay ten dollars, when one Castle Hall on Sunday March 1st, 1:30 hundred persons have signed this would p. ra., to ttend the funeral of . M. lre- shaw, our late brother. run the machinery ninety days. C. W. Hestmark, C. C. A. W. Brows, K. of R. S. The District Court. The First District court, Judge James THE REALTY EXCHANGE. A. Miner presiding, was engaged in the ""' following bueieeae yesterday. Whrt the Seal Estate Men Did Yes The trial of L. Zitzman vs. E. C. terday. Vanorden et ah. was continued. The The Real Estate Exchange met yester jury brought in a verdict for the plain tiff or sw.io and a stay or ex- day and heard a report of the committee ecution was granted. appointed to consider the proposition to Hans. C. Anderson vs. Ihe Ugden lease the room where the Chicago ClothUnion Railwav and Denot eomDRiiv. for House office. The a business is ing & for the trial to a jury, Evans Rogers nlaintiff. Marshall fc Royl for defendant committee reported adversely. The attorneys argued the legal features Judge Patton was then appointed a of the case last evening to determine commit'. ee to confer m ith the Chamber of whether it should go to the jury or not. Commerce on the advisability of using If sent out to the jury it will be submit the Chamber room for an exchange ted this morning. office. Messrs. Don Maguire, L. H. Mitchell George Hall et al. vs. J. M. Langsdorr, default. on and H. A. Smith were named a commitjudgment tee to provide an Exchange blackboard. Excelsior Literary Society. The Excelsior Literary Society of the Ojrden Will Have the Iron Works. City hall high school met last evening, With them and the Ogdbw Steam when the following interesting program Lacsdky Ogden can furnish employment to many more labores. as renuereo.: ami ninnn nolo. TVinmftS Manflnlin We have invested Ten Thousand Volonn ami .Tnliat. Mnrkn- dinlrarim. Geo. dollars in the latest improved machinery Frank Hotaling, Harry Forbes, especially adapted for fine work and Knauss, . n TT11' JSernie spencer, unaney xioiungBworiu; when running at our full capacity can to song, "Star Spangled Banner," Maud furnish employment for seventy-fiv- e rW' anna "Mmint, Vernon's Balls." 100 people. We will give you a better grade of school; reading, "Some of Washington's Rules," Cora icks; ttecitation, uaroune work at the same price (for cash only) Smith; reading, "Washington's Foster than you have ever had done in the Children," Paulina Klaus, recitation, west. a State." Paul Niel- Do You Know that there are 200 arhat Psinatit-ntMChinese engaged in laundry work in son; dialogue, Joan Woodmansee, Paulina .Klaus, Jessie Hurlbut, Lizzie Orth, Ogden? Just think how many needy Linnie' Hendershot, Carolina Smith, and deserving white girls would be Mable Eddison, Luella Edwards, Julia given employment if all this work was sent to the Ogden Steam Laundry. Nielson and Alice Liddle; song, "Amerlou little know what chances you ica," school; song, "Ah, I have Sighed take in patronizing the leper infeeted to Rest Me," Nina Lazotte. race. Smell of your clothes after they come from one of those diseased dens Judffe Preshaw's Funeral. a dog would die in thirty minutes if Judge Preshaw's remains mill He in confined in one of their loathsome hovels. Their mouths are foul with disease, state at his residence on Madison avenue yet you will use a napkin, towel or handand Twenty-sixt- h between Twenty-fift- h kerchief which they have sprinkled with street today from 10 a. m. until 2 p. m. saliva, and wear clothes impregnated All parties who desire to view the re with leprosy and opium. to between the come mains are invited Visit one of their dens and on vour way hours mentioned. The funeral services home stop at the Ogden Steam Laundry will be held at the M. E. church at 2 and leave your orders. " We have four wagons and will call for p. m. Sunday. and deliver your laundry promptly. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills We do not use Acid, Chloride of Liime, Act on a new principle regulating the or any other bleach injurious to clothes, lsitors welcomed Friday afternoons. the and bowels through . lier, stomach . ir:i t - Yours for good work, nerves. A new aiscovery. ur. iuueH Ogden Steam Laundry Co. Pills speedily cure billiousness, bad Telephone 173. 433, 25th st taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Unequaled for men, women, children. Smoke Carpenter's Gath Havana 5-Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses, 25 cent cigars. cents. Samples free at ri. A. Walker. n iu ten-aay- s' . A 1 t-- SPECTACLES. SILVEEWAEE, 2. im. World. lair Matter. MlI( A XATPWS LAXbTAOE. Chh Frh. board uf cue Utaof theXitwoal Worid. Fair cow Tke fmtr!tr ILtnaofiiva &tsit i t Natiea aed lUrem. Us aoc4d the of build We Biy call aku&ic" the language vt ings submitted by the buara of The have dcov-ere- the world for it speaks a auary kLosu eon.mijcer that Xw.t set de for furea a there are catiocs, raoe aad eroa in aSairs eutt,itte can be used U the Oi tf-al.- arrhi-tcta- d amriBs. This give them a to ueed the remainder of the lU. directory assume theaalary of nce- CtaiTBiaa McKeaxi and (xmUv some other o.ttcvra, A oumpasy has been orgvuued by 11 T. Jeffery, formerlv the '1jm CotriL General Manager iDoma or the lirit Lit. kDd Chief Lngineertwttiieb of the World's Fair, for the eoortructioa of track and term inal facility t Jakaoo park, oobnect-mthe various road m ith the World's Fair aita. It will have charge of all tranaporution to the except that of the IUukH Central prk which ha an independent hue. The line using iu track m ill be able to transport 110.UU0 paaaenger an hour while the IUiaoi Centra! can accommodate Ihe fare from the citv mill be 3,un. fixed at tire pcymept total of c j, l uj g cent. HILLS POLITICAL AMBITION. Cleveland' .Vilyer Letter Animate the Admirer of HiiL New Vokk, Feb. 27. -- Governor HJ1 ia at the Hoffman house. So far aa can be learned he m as not called here on public business. From the number and character of his caller at the hotel, it ma evident that hi own ambition was the occasion of political hi visit to lhe .Sinc of Cleveland letter on the Plication ilver question oi me senator eltot have renewed their activity in hi. ITiey by no meant admit that hiielec-Uoto the senate places him outside the oi available candidates for the pres-uiC- f' Motof bi visitor today took the liberty of a.lvising him not to mrite letters on any question and to avoid making speeches a much aa possible. If this sUtecould settle the presidential nomination, even Cleveland's friends admit that it mould be given to Hill. The question the Hill men are pondering Pn "What will New York avail us if Cleveland has all the other states!" in.r n Reciprocity With Canada. New York, Feb. Wiman has received more than one hundred replies- from members of congress who were asked if they would vote for the Hitt resolution. Wiman aays the majority of both the senate and houae will be secured in favor of unrestricted reciprocity between the United State and Canada. Senator Sherman think in the face of the Canadian campaign any action by congress might be misunderstood. 27.-Er- aatus divida!. One alcgle deUched noU, J. G. RAIJNTE It, The Contract W ill il-L-ier Hold-Cxat- i. intoned by diffrat ok or iturtru Biecta, mill coaveya auacy ateaolcg a there are ear to Lear it It may auuud martial upon the --trumpet." Shiran upon the "iiunx," feminine upon the clarinet," naive upon the -- hautboy, sublime upon the "organ," auyterau upon ut-u- iia Harp," prosae upoa ti. ---organ," aid uommoa upon the banjo." Th sperinc timbre of these intrumet and their Laiuliicg may invest that too m ith volume of images and poem, to a certain degree akin amocg culUiated batenera, and quite OKtradictury to other. Smeetwt remembrance may be recalled by it upon the banjo, terpatchorean roused upon tl. stret organ, and a rhorou of angel may descend from it upon the workliy cornet a piston. The simplest song, although provided m ith mords, w ill acarcely eer repeat anakjgou aenaation in the aam person, and probably never in a Urge audience, in mhicb traditkma, aaaocutiotia, historical or cat local iniioence will more or lea increase or batten the receptive Feb. r.-T- U American Baee Eall aaaueiatioa held a mooting tlay. The committee on rules expressed the unanimous opinion that the original eoctrart of the Americas aaajriauun are valid and aa in;unctxi will atand against any ilaver who trie to break the contract. Adding to thi the numerous condition under m hieh the performance of that song may take place such aa the singer' voice, disposition, art and personal magnetism; the audience' number and kind; the locality, it atmosphere, light, etc it is evident that even if the en gru effect may be of a homogeneou nature, in detail it will be quite kaleido- Young Man's Fatal Error in HU Effort to Shoot Burglars. Philadelphia, Feb. 27. Frank Holland, aged 21 year, ahot and mortally mounded his sister Laura, two years) older, early this morning, mistaking her for a burglar. The brother and sister live mith their parent at 123 North Forty-thirstreet. West Ihiladelphia, Burglaries have been of frequent occurrence in the neighborhood of late, and Frank, m ho owna a 41 calibre rifle, eeveral times b declared hi intention of shooting anr burglar m ho might enter the house. Within the past m eek l bouse on either side of the Holland home have been entered and robbed. Early this morning young Holland mas awakened by a noise. Immediately suspecting the presence of robbers, he secured hi rifle, mhiuh he kept near hi oeu, and crept down stair. He saw what he thought were shadows in the back yard, and fired twice. The noise awakened hi siater Lauaa and another inter, and they hurried down stairs. xney did not mear shoes, and therefore moved noiselessly, and Frank, seeing them movingthrough the hall, took aim and nred. Ihe bullet struck Laura in the side, passing through her body. The resioi uie iamuy by this time were aroused. A doctor, who arrived aoon after the shooting, aaid the young woman wae wounded mortally, and although she ie still alive at a late hour tonight her death ia expected at any time. Frank was arrested, but he waa allowed to go home after bail was furnished. He is aaid to have been a crank on the subject of burglary. lrt power. scopic. The "pibroch," the "Marseillaise," "Die Wachtara Rliein," the "lUkocy March," speak each it own special lan- untranslatable in it real essence, fuage, a Scotchman, a Frenchman, a German and a Hungarian to understand their full meaning, although their governing spirit may be valued by everybody. Thi ia, of course, more applicable to national than to cosmopolitan music, which may also be the subject of Nalocal, political or other influences. tional music, the source of all coeniopol- ltair music, is in the same measure attached to language and poetry as race characteristics, fine art and science depend upon climate, geographical and Kliticsl conditions. Inusitis a nation language which generates its musical rhythm; its poetry mhich creates its melody; and its tem perament, the spirit of its dignity .tender ness, mirth, sadness or nightinees, which ever may express the respective people' national character. He ll Forrii e Hia Errinr ife. Cocm, Feb. 27. Samuel Rfrry, of Farm IL1L cear thi city, ia a a tolerant acd forgiving husband. hi ife eloped with a handsomer man than Samuel. George Otia, and Samuel amiled, aatd nothing, and went about hi dady vocation aa if nothing special had happed. -- Guess it aJ right," said he. Samuel ia now trying to find Mr. Berry and George Otia. -- I want to Uke her home and I til be all right," he aaya. again, The authoritwe get no tidiEg of the errant couple Miduu-tows- W , Ke-ceti- tly SHOT HIS OWN SISTER. A d -- Tke WerM Enriched. The facilities of the present day for the production of everything that will conduce to the material welfare and comfort AN ARCTIC EXPLORER. of mankind are almost unlimited and when Syrup of Figs was first produced Lieut. Peary to Search Through the the world was enriched with th only Frozen Lands of the North. perfect laxative known, aa tt is the only Philadelphia, Feb. 27. Lien Peary, remedy which, la truly pleasing and re "Poet and Peasant." who proposes to make a polar explora freshing to the taste and prompt and The of Boston remarks that very Pilot land will at Sound. Ha Smith's tion, effectual to cleanse the system gently In says in regard to it: "I shall travel on the Spring time or, ia fact, at any time few know anything about Suppe, the composer of "Fatinitza" and eeveral foot, walkirg at night and sleeping in and the better it ia known toe more pop other popular operas, and the father of the day. My associates are not picked ular it become. the "Poet and Peasant" overture. The out, but they will be selected with great latter was composed to an entirely difcare, i prerer going on my own account Died In the Biggin;. ferent piece and fell fiat; the author because under government direction tried it at intervals of six month 27.-- The then Feb. Clat Bank, Va, congress generally requires too many reand a year with two other plays, and no strictions. Whether Greenland island schooner East Newmarket of Norfolk, one found it pretty. or the vast continent be one of the Captain Moore, capsized at about 10 mfy,to because there was not time enouftf write a things I hope to discover." o'clock las( night at Page's Rock in the new overture, it was used with a long- York river. The crew, consisting of the forgotten farce called "Poet and Peas Return of the Charleston CaDtain. Mate Hubbard, another white ant" The farce was successful and San Francisco, Feb. 27. The United I man and a negro, clambered into the somebody asked permission to publish it States flagship Charleston, mhich rigging, where they remained through in a journal, arranged for the piano, soon the night The vessel meanwhile slowly everybody was playing it Then a musio arrived this afternoon from Honolulu, drifted down to Sandy Point. The mate, firm bought of Suppe for S25 the right brings word that the Hawaiian ministry who hails from Baltimore.died during the and published the score. They made a refused to resign and Queen Liliuokaloni night from - exposure. His body re- clear 40,000 with it. Ex. appealed to the supreme court to oust mained in the rigging, where it had them. Affairs other wis are progressing caught The steamer Danville rescued THUMPED SULLITAX GOOD. quietly. The funeral of King Kalakaua the survivors, more dead than alive, this took place on the 16th inst. The ser- morning and brought them and the body vices were according to the ritual of the of the mate to West Point Georgia Train Hand Smashes the The New. Brntal Slngger. Episcopal church. market was bound up the Pamunkey to load with lumber. Acgcsta, Ga., Feb. 27. News waa re Burned by Molten Metal. ceived here that John L. Sullivan LABOR TROUBLES. Pottstown, Pa, Feb. 27. An explo mas whipped by a train hand on a Geor sion of gas occurred at the Pottstown railroad Thursday. Sullirann and gia Iron company's steel works this after- The Pennsylvania Danger Averted on their way from were his company a Failure. The Cokers' Strike noon. Several tons of hot metal were to Macon, Ga where Columbia, S. thrown in regular showers over the men. Pittsburg, Feb. 27. The danger of a painfully burning fifteen of them. George strike on the Pennsylvania system is he was to play that night They Townlier and Charlea Rutter will die. had stopped in Augusta a few hours averted for the present at least The waiting for connections, and Sullivan made concessions The Strike Broken. the men accepted by had improved the opportunity to get the company yesterday, and have re- howling drunk. When he boarded the Soottdale, Pa., Feb. 27. The strike ceived assurances of further ameliora- train lie m aa in a remarkably bad humor of cokers ia virtually broken at e, tion of the unsatisfactory arrangements. After the train had gone a short diswhere several hundred men are The company firmly refused to grant in- tance he asked Townsend, who waa atworK. ice BtriKers are becoming crease of salaries. Some delegates are going through the coach, what was tke restless. There will be a conference dissatisfied, but refuse to talk on the dinner station. Upon being answered politely, he said: "Don't be too fresh, Monday. subject young man. How do I know whether or not you are lying?" and went on to To Soften the Skin. Union Pacific Reorganization. use the foulest language imaginable. Ladies whose skin is subject to roughMinneapolis, Feb. 27. A Tribune Townsend stood this as long-apossible. ness when exposed to the air may remedy Omaha says that tomorrow there and then went for the bar fellow in special the difficulty by applying Wisdom's divistyle. He hit him in the eyes and Violet Cream. It restores the natural will be a reorganization in all the choked him severely and was in a fair action of the skin and induces softness sion headquarters of the Union Pacific way to kill him when some members of ' and elasticity. system designed to effect a reduction of the company jumped in and pulled him twenty per cent in operating expenses. off. After Townsend was gotten away One feature will be the consolidation of Sullivan tried to bluff him out of the Klaus Family Lady Orchestra. of the Will now furnish music for concerts, the purchasing departmentsPacific un- car, but it wouldn't go. The trainman to Btay in here, and said: "I am balls and private partys. Terms reason- Union Pacific and Missouri der the supervision of Abraham Gould. stay I will, paid Sullivan or no Sullivan. able. For information enquire at The excitement was intense during the & Barnes' music store, 2349 WashClose of the Billiard Tournament. scrap, but the train was not stopped. It ington avenue. looked for a few moments as though, 27. The ' Feb. Chicago, there would be a big free fight, but no MELVILLE HATS, international shortstop one was hurt except the slugger, who SPBLXG STYLES, billiard tournament closed tonight. Car- finally calmed down and went into a on sale Thnrsday, Feb. 26th, ter of Chicago, wins the championship drunken sleep. 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