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Oshkosh Daily Northwestern (Newspaper) - February 22, 1906, Oshkosh, Wisconsin I The Daily SECOND THURSDAY FEBRUARY PRICE TWO CITY BOWLERS J OILY GOOD LARGE OF DELEGATES TO TUB STATE SOW IX i V THEY KNOW THE GAME WELL Record They Make on the fov In of the Hall the IB the Have a. Story Today might well have teen named by the officers of tie Wisconsin State Association 4ft scheduling the various for bowling tourney now on in full For wherever one gees with a regarding the sport upon his he cannot fail to find a delegation of men bowlers from the THE LEADERS IN THE BOWLING tables Include the grames up to three o'clock this Milwaukee Elks No. 1, Fond tiu Milwaukee Sentinels Green Bay Milwaukee Oshkosh Milwaukee Rodee and Milwaukee and Green and Berendson and Green Zoellner and 1144 Ellinger and McCune and and 1112 Barnes and and 1105 Hecker and Rich and Deuper and Fond du 187, 228. 661. Eau Fond du 185. 569. Green 262', 567. New 186, 174. Eau 183, 175. 539. 192. 178. 538. Green 200, 181. 537. Fond du 189, 169. 536. 172, 184. 534. i Frank Kilt Oshkosh man whose sensational bowling at the Ideal alleys Wednesday night evoked Cream city ready to record former prospects for next and the Better still for eome of the visitors from other the Milwaukee men seem always ready for a friendly for or in a majority of the of waukee knights of the polished Good Strong in winning in the manifestation of their good feeling ward all the Sawdust city and its other guests this Milwaukee men took by as far ao bowling is ed among the sixty or seventy men who have come up from the Cream city to take part in the there are many of the at equally ready to lift the if they can or to applaud a competitor If he turns the They are admittedly the jolliest MR. TUFT HUSH BUSK HIS UK ASSISTS E UK CHICAGO TO OF HE MAKES THREE consistent bowling this His mark in the first game was 255, and ha scored high in tire second and third He and Frey were the best performers of the the latter ing remarkably Favorite The which is the with expert has been about the throw seen in bowler who is booming the Cream city for the state tournament in that have visited the city in some and they are receiving everywhere as hearty a welcome as their hail In the crowded where splendid rolling is being Milwaukee men are and their own bowling gets double com- the spectators as a re- sult of the manner in which they en- ter into the spirit of the tournament and endeavor to help every other roan to do bis best and to enjoy Records The third day of the state saw of the finest bowling that has ever been done in the middle Best of it wap an the high mark a of RO much pride the members of state ation attending the Kor the In She the 1 team of Lac at eight the ever by c 3o com 5n Two thousand and was tTio an SH o of the of 5V0.4 Tins for each man in First Speech In at the School Afternoon and to at qnet of the Holiday More General Than I mini lu Associated 111., Feb. William H. who spent today in this city as the guest of the Union League was scheduled for addresses upon patriotic themes within His first speech was made at Oie Auditorium in the he addressed children from the public schools on the life of George This event Is an annual affair arranged by the Union Judge Benjamin B. Lindsay of ver also addressed the taking as did Secretary Taft his inspiration from the life of AFTERNOON In the afternoon the secretary ered a more formal address to the members of the Union league and their choosing for his subject and the President F. A. Delano of the Union league pre- sided and introduced the secretary to his audience in a felicitous BANQUET Tonight the regular banquet of the Union League club will be held and here Secretary Taft Is expected to re- spond to the toast of Orator of the Today's celebration by the university of Chicago of the birth of was more general than ever The public schools were and in addition to the celebration in at which Secretary Taft and Judge Lindsay appropriate exercises were held different parts of the city under the auspices of patriotic There's AH the Tima at the State Bowling Archie Milwaukee who is believed to be the in the state the best games of the The de- livery of the ball on the alley in ing after this fashion starts the sphere rapidly down the floor from one edge of the foul line near the and its course thence to a little to ona side of the pin is diagonal across the It is said that is much more easy to cultivate when one uses the hook 'em delivery than when hq attempts to use the as it is which whirls on one axis during its progress down the alley and is liable to be de- from its true Errors were few in the game rolled by the It is calculated from the detailed score that there were only eight times in the three games when would have been possible to make more pins on the second ball and the opportunity was allowed to slide Two Big One of the amusing features of the between the Fond du the Clippers was that Alderman John P. Steier of the Fourth and Clark of the took their turns at the same and they were quite the center of attraction on account of be- ing the two biggest men attending the stae Mr. weighs 240 pounds and it not while Mr. Clark is a man over six feet in height and weighing riose to 300. The two were a truly remarkable pair as At rij cf t or Vy foe J. in the nt of Jn nt 2.777. or the within -T Ex for a samt arf Tlie of ami Effected nt Green fBy Associated WIB Feb. special from Green Negotiations which have been pending for months were today and will result In the consolidation of the local traction and lighting inter- ests after March L Men Identified with the Green Bay Traction company chased the entire of the Green Bay Gas and Electric company the buyers being Albert M. Frank E. Joannes and W. Green and George Knox and Roland M. The purchase price Is Most of the lighting stock was held by Sinclair Mainland of Green Bay and liam Mainland of Interest In the state tournament congress In Oils city prows and In vigor only Is liveliest manifested Ju it by the people of but the state the course of events with keen Visitors nre loud emphatic in their of local wid there W insurance thut the Oshkosh association lias fixed a record for hospitality con- duct of affairs remain the for come in gatherings of this Removed From Cell mid Watch for GERMAN PLAYS ARE Society Two of A In the auditorium ot the Normal school Wednesday evening was pre- sented the Fire lit LOHH Crippled Many Associated Feb. fire early this morning In the central tion of the San Francisco Gas tric company caused a loss estimated at nearly a million besides pling many and turing All of the ing papers are without power to run their even the linotypes be- ing rendered Nearly ail of the telegraph wires leading out of. this city are NO TARIFF m IS Toward Reciprocal Associated Feb. today passed the first and readings without amendment of ment's proposals to extend reciprocal tariff rates to the United States until June 30, 1907. MOROCCAN View I. Thut Will Be Feb. 22. Although Franco-German remains the opinion the to the Moroccan conference as to the today being more hopeful pome If Is due the German attitude that an ad- justment be The despite French and Brit- BADGER Appointed at Associated 111.. the fourth timer since the conviction of j preparations were today commenced for i his appeared In good but announced that he had lost j hope and expected to I feel he I guess that j I will have to die This is the fourth time I have been near and parts were not quite so well I guess this Is the last I to The other is a act by made impression on tne audience. did NOT MORGAN'S OF REMAINS AT THIS FACT still the fate ot any but still I feel pretty by Benedict IB also of one and is Hoch was told that there existed in very humorous many quarters an opinion that he In- eil to being amateur J. ho disappeared the 20th of last The body ot a. man found near the Missouri river at Kansas City been examined and there Is now 11 that It is not that of Mr. Relatives in thla city have been i Informed and they are again In a state Ih of not knowing whether Mr. of the though j Morgan IH living or CONTENTS OF n. who telegraphed tended to cheat the by He laughed at the Arthur by far Die star ot I Charles Reynolds of Ihe Fulton Lumber company at Kansas City to un effort to identify the received from his this which take do my own life? ou know hr that It would absolute the evening In this as Ing the part of i received and I went to Misa Lydla Ostertag also did wood afternoon to find out work as the daughter of there WHB that of E. J. Great credit is Mr B nut do not It Is. I did not soe the the not think the instructor ot German Competitive for De Held In City 3. to The D. Feb. sentative Davidson today announced that a competitive examination for a cadetship at West Point will be held at Oshkosh March 3. It will be in charge of School Superintendent Mr. Davidson hafe re- eight applications for this place and has notified the aspirants by letter to appear at the time Mr. Davidson regrets that the time for preparation is but he must have the successful applicant at West Point for examination by March C. NO RIGHT TO Franklin Union Associated Feb. preme court today handed down an opinion affirming a decision of the Cook county court in fining of Franklin union No. 4 for unlawful saults oh ioeA and the union for being guilty of illegal con- The court holds lhat the had no right to picket and that tHe union can bo held liable as a WIRES CAUSE Ix fBy Associated 117.. Feb. 2S-St_ college at Jwo miles I north of totally j h by fire last to bring 000; i ti a Roman Catholic occasion which were well received by the audience. The song HeJn was heartily and Miss To the Mandolin club Is also due credit for the delightful music of the for U rendered well some popular The plays were also a success as far as the financial side of it was con- since over 200 people were ent. In the morning exercises on day In the auditorium Mr. H. H. favored the students with another of his song the third morning presenting the Irish song cycle entitled Bunch of by The first number on tha waa particularly good which consisted of a trio is by Ashford and sung by the Messrs. Frank George Caswell and H. H. The numbers by the were much enjoyed by the as well as the solos by and Mark of and Far Thoso taking part in the program were Miss Gertrude Miss Stella Mark George Frank H. H. Powers and Miss Flora HONOR OF A. o will be held until Saturday before being Could not anyone here who knew TEETH ARE The drawing of tho showing the makes it positive tho remains are not those of Mr. was some Bold filling in the teeth of man In the form of bridge but In the Instance of Mr. Morgan every tooth in his mouth is crowned with so that It would be Impossible to mistake another person for In ing to a local probably there Is no other man In tho States with a set of teeth like Mr. Each tooth In both the upper and lower jaw was gold Tho description of the Kansas City body does not correspond with that of Mr. Mr. Reynolds description of the man In the morgue five fret nine light hair and light ago about twenty-four to had black suit cheap coat was and blue flannel rather heavy size about an large size 7W.." Mr. Morgan has black not very and a Van Dyko He ways dressed neatly and wears good Ho Is several Inches taller than the man round at Kansas City and Is years of LIFE NEW YORK Olf METHODS STATE AMI KU UE MB DIES TKK SCOPE OF THE Only One ot Xerr Vork State Subject of nna Are Ar- ot to Associated N. Feb. of the Ai mstrong special committee presented In houses of the legislature It was accompanied by eight bills designed to carry into effect in detail the of the Senator Armstrong made a statement in which he said that counsel for tha Mr. Mr. and himself had worked on the bills until four o'clock this morning and natl not then finished their He asked leave for the committee to sub- mit a supplemental report which will contain the proposed forms of standard life insurance policies to be prescribed by He promised this report next There will be a lic hearing on the bills before the in- committee itself on March 9. in the assembly May Elect New New Feb. 22.-One of the most important of the laws tual companies and by the insurance Investigating committee looks to the giving to of an opportunity to elect entirely new of directors as soon as the visions of such a law can be made an- To end recommends a special act providing for the expiration on the Mth dny of vember and that annual which would otherwise ba held at an earlier should be p poned to that In this way It will possible for lists policy holders to be filled the to be made and for the policy holders to cast their votes 5n perron by proxy or by mall as may de- D. the of the of Ilia At tho Century on High this thp of of the American Is a most Interesting In t of George v. birthday li Of fill occurring In the rlty mark the nnd to recill of the war and r of JiU tlie RACQUET Amateur Contents In n-s Tie light of the It In- o n r In DEATH OF A Cent V follow ami I E C J. three O. IN 1907 AT a that 5t j Jo A at The the from national at i 74S. rtu In tho nf Of fnr 4. 12; 5; ut CASE Rf FIRE IN MINNESOTA Fth end Is nnt a. ii EASTERN STAB to 7Tb nf of Mail 77' -i of or A. G. of Third A i tl o ar T y ari 11.' 1- A n 1 i- 1 in i of Fen of the racquet in country were on the entry 1W for tho on the court of The the present the York aid aM e H ed the tournament nt In the play n of Inc the flib H. A or j ir 1 J 3'. or I t r o' T DT rf ihn H tvr i iir ni Proxies All existing proxies should be clared void so that no proxies should be voted at such election other those which are given under the tute within two months prior The election should be under tha supervision of the superintendent of in- who should be directed to point Inspectors and see that it conducted according to The boards of directors themselves Into two classes so that thereafter one-half of the board bo ejected in promptly AS tha annual election in one of these com- panies would otherwise take place In It Is important that this special act should be passed Report Is New Feb. The report of the joint committee ot the senate ana assembly of the statu of Xew York appointed to investigate the affairs of the life insurance covers a t printed pamphlet of 319 After reciting the resolution authorizing tho work and plan adopted for the in- by the each in- dividual company is passed in There arc fifteen companies organized under tho laws of New York issuing level premium and in a instance only the committee departed from the policy of limiting its gation to companies organized under the laws of New The was the Prudential company of New Matters The matters the ation of the legislature for the of remedying existing and of more the business of life insurance in this state under the m Organisation of life Insurance control of the rights of icy In the election of retirement of including syndicate limitation of new tion of valuation of surrender ascertainment and tion of remedies of policy or richt to resort to of and state The committee that icle two of the law be so amended as to permit the thereunder of mutual without stock ti transact the of Hfe Insurant for curb nre to Vj l in of least 100 1. at to in thf i to bo 1 in in for- in 1 It b- I; AWOKE IN THE Harrow from Ali fp- 1 TA RIPON SNOWED i T H i i T I M i to a r C In 31' n JTJ a I 71 f f 3 Vif da PARMENTIER IS that 3 v ARRiVE IN F- h. mi o to i tt ith i 5iav iry nf a at was nl a cf from f premium i j H T. Itb rf that re- 3 i- formed fjr ir T. Fn i t in ric f -t Unc J -i JT 11 n
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