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Oshkosh Daily Northwestern (Newspaper) - February 22, 1906, Oshkosh, Wisconsin I The Daily Northwestern, SECOND O'CLOCK. OSHKOSH, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY PAGES. PRICE TWO CENTS. CITY BOWLERS J OILY GOOD FELLOWS. LARGE COXTIXCKVT OF MILWAU- KEE! DELEGATES TO TUB STATE COXGRESS SOW IX OSHKOSH. i V THEY KNOW THE GAME WELL Record They Make on the Al- ntid fov Good-FellowNlili> In of the Ulitlient Order-All Hall the Oshko.ih Cllpiiem IB the Have vMade a. Xcw Story 'of Today. Today might well have teen named "Milwaukee by the officers of tie Wisconsin State Bowling1 Association 4ft scheduling the various events, for the_ bowling tourney now on in full swing. For wherever one gees with a regarding the flngerball sport upon his lips, he cannot fail to find a delegation of men bowlers from the THE LEADERS IN THE BOWLING TOURNEY. (The tables Include the grames up to three o'clock this afternoon..) Kivc-Mm Clippers. Oshliosh ..'.................2902 rtejrensburgs, Milwaukee ...........-810 Elks No. 1, Fond tiu Milwaukee Sentinels ................2733 Blsmarcks. Green Bay ..............2689 Manltowocs. Manitowoe.............2688 Genz's Colts. Milwaukee ............2668 Lukes' Owls. Sbawano ..............2005 Brooks' Geese. Oshkosh .............2605 Skags. Milwaukee ...................2605 Two-Men Rodee and Kind. Milwaukee .......1173 and Thees. Green Bay.....1169 and Neivmann Milwaukee..1158 Berendson and Beth. Green Bay___114S Zoellner and FondduLac.. 1144 Ellinger and Pierce, Menasha.......1129 McCune and Hennlngr. Milwaukee..1115 VanBeeTc and VanBeek.Green Bay.. 1112 Barnes and Pasewalk. Milwaukee...1108 Hoernlg and Rasmussen, Oshkosh.. 1105 Hecker and Doman. Oshkosh........1104 Rich and Rasmussen. Oshkosh......1097 Deuper and Mere, Milwaukee......1092 Fond du 187, 228. Total, 661. Eau Total, Fond du Lac-tW. Ws; 185. Total, 569. Green 262', Tb- .tal, 567. New 186, 174. Total, Eau 183, 175. Total, 539. W.' 192. 178. Total. 538. Green 200, 181. Total, 537. Fond du 189, 169. Total, 536. 172, 184. Total, 534. _ i Frank Kilt our. (The Oshkosh man whose sensational bowling at the Ideal alleys Wednesday night evoked enthusiasm.) Cream city ready to di.3cuss record scores, former tourneys, prospects for next year, and the like. Better still (or worse, perhaps; for eome of the visitors from other cities) the Milwaukee men seem always ready for a friendly "little game" for prai- tice, fun, or otherwise, resulting, in a majority of the farr-e of Mil- waukee knights of the polished floor. Good .Fellows. Strong in numbers, winning in the manifestation of their good feeling to- ward all the Sawdust city and its other guests this week, Milwaukee men took down-town Osbkosb, by gtorm today, as far ao bowling is concerned. Includ- ed among the sixty or seventy men who have come up from the Cream city to take part in the tourney, there are many of the "crackerjacks" at tr.e game, equally ready to lift the recorl if they can or to applaud a competitor If he turns the trick. They are admittedly the jolliest "good MR. TUFT HUSH BUSK UT. PHTRIOTISM HIS THEME. UK ASSISTS IMOX I.EAUl E CIA'U UK CHICAGO TO I'HOl'KHI.Y OUSEHV1-: lIIftTUDtY OF tVASHlXtiTOX. HE MAKES THREE ADDRESSES. consistent bowling this week. His mark in the first game was 255, and ha scored high in tire second and third contests. He and Frey were the best performers of the team, the latter do- ing remarkably throughout. Favorite Ball. The "hook ball, which is the with expert bowlers, has been about the oniv .---.-IP throw seen in (Milwaukee bowler who is booming the Cream city for the state tournament in fellows'1 that have visited the city in some time, and they are receiving everywhere as hearty a welcome as their hail demands. In the crowded where splendid rolling is being done. Milwaukee men are prominent, and their own bowling gets double com- mendation" JYom 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 himself. Records The third day of the state tourra- mcnt saw forr.e of the finest bowling that has ever been done in the middle Best of all. it wap an OhJco'h team, the Clippers. high mark a roafce of RO much pride the members of state ation attending the Kor the In She bowKV! ajraJnyt the Xo. 1 team of FoniJ at the Arthur Anklarn -nas by far Die star ot I Charles Reynolds of Ihe Ubbcy Fulton Lumber company at Kansas City to nmko un effort to identify the received ,1 I'-tti-r from his this morning, which reacte "Me take "Why, do my own life? ou know hr asked. that mean? It would -mean absolute confes- the evening In this performance, IO.K- as follows: Ing the part of HauSfrsnn extcedingly i "Your trlegram received and I went to well. Misa Lydla Ostertag also did wood tnl' morjrue thi-s afternoon to find out work as the daughter of Hangman. tllc there WHB that of E. J. Morgan. Great credit is .duo Mr B Muck' nut do not tlilnk It Is. I did not soe the the underUker <1U1 not think the instructor ot German Competitive Kxaminntion for Cudet- Khlp V.TH De Held In City Xnrcli 3. (Special to The Northwestern.) Washington. D. C., 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 Si- monds. Mr. Davidson hafe alroady re- ceived eight applications for this place and has notified the aspirants by letter to appear at the time stated. Mr. Davidson regrets that the time for preparation is short, but he must have the successful applicant at West Point for examination by March C. Stevens. NO RIGHT TO PICKET. Declitlon Franklin Union AfflrBtrtl. (By Associated Press.) Springfield. III.. Feb. RU- preme court today handed down an opinion affirming a decision of the Cook county court in fining "members of Franklin union No. 4 for unlawful as- saults oh non-union ioeA and fining- the union for being guilty of illegal con- spiracy. The court holds lhat the strikers" had no right to picket plants. and that tHe union can bo held liable as a corporation. WIRES CAUSE FIRE. CutltalJc Coltrtcc Knnbakfc Ix Dmlro.Tcd. fBy Associated Kankakw. 117.. Feb. 2S-St_ Vl-.teur's college at Uourtxmnaias. Jwo miles I oraf. north of Kankakee, w.-us totally j nffalr.
Z! -k nf of Mail 77' -i of or Wmjoi- A. G. HKmwand of Third rrji-a.-I.ro. A i tl o ar T y ari r; Ph'. 11.' 1- A n 1 i- 1 "IT in i of Fen of the racquet in country were on the entry 1W for tho nntional begnn on the court of nanoria- tnilfij-. The J'it m'l'nJed the present champion. the York aid T< club, a." aM e H -who defeat- ed ttVat'Tburv the tournament nt In the Viiy play thi.- Tnnrniiijf. HATI! n of mrot- Inc A'U-il'ji '.f the Tomlt a-i-l il." flib H. A OOhv or j N'-JT York, ir 1 J 3'. or -i-M- I J'hH ncT'r t V; r o' ]-.'i; T DT rf ihn H ,--r tvr i r.-riirh iir izn-'-? ni .i4. Proxies Voirt. All existing proxies should be dn- clared void so that no proxies should be voted at such election other than, those which are given under the sta- tute within two months prior thereto. The flrst election should be under tha supervision of the superintendent of in- surance, who should be directed to ap- point Inspectors -of election, and see that it .if conducted according to law. The boards of directors ahould divifla themselves Into two classes so that thereafter one-half of the board may- bo ejected annually, and'errars in man-' agernent promptly corrected. AS tha annual election in one of these com- panies would otherwise take place In April, It Is important that this special act should be passed Immediately. Report Is Voluminous. New York, 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 companies, covers a t printed pamphlet of 319 pages. After reciting the resolution authorizing tho work and tfte plan adopted for the in- vestigation by the committee, each in- dividual company is passed in review." There arc fifteen companies organized under tho laws of New York issuing level premium policies, and in a slngla instance only the committee departed from the policy of limiting its Investi- gation to companies organized under the laws of New York. The company- was the Prudential t.ife Insurarca company of New Jersey. Matters ConsWcrtxI. The matters demanding- the consider- ation of the legislature for the purposs of remedying existing and of es- tablishing: more the business of life insurance in this state grouped, under the followinc heads: m Organisation of life Insurance corpor- ations: (2) control of the rights of pol- icy holders" In the election of directors; (3) retirement of stock: (4) investment. including syndicate participations: (5) limitation of new (6) po'ttkai contributions: (7) lobbylnc: (8) limita- tion of expenses; (9) valuation of poli- cies; (30) rebates: (II) surrender val- ues: (12) ascertainment and distribu- tion of surplus: (13) remedies of policy holders, or richt to resort to courts: (H) f'rms of policies: (IB) Ilcity and state supervision; (16) penal- tics. Organization. The committee that art- icle two of the instiramv law be so amended as to permit the thereunder of mutual corporiUfoiB without capltn! stock ti transact the of Hfe Insurant nn-1 for curb nre authorize-! to Vj l in cas-. of least rorp< 100 1. thnt at to in thf C.-STC- i to bo j.-ii 1 in in for- J-.i.rv in O." 1 It b- r, I; AWOKE IN THE HEARSE. Harrow from F-- Ali fp- r< 1 TA RIPON SNOWED UNDER. i T Mr- H i i T I M i F" to a r- -r r C ii'v In 31' n JTJ a I 71 f th.it f ,1- 3 nii-.r. Vif Muilur.in. fjJIv f'-r ihrt-c da r.-i'T PARMENTIER IS ACQUITTED. 'if that 3 v ARRiVE IN HAVANA. F- h. mi o to i tt ith i 5iav iry nf r-.-v fh.'-c-'-d -srtth Mibcry. a at J.W was ,r nl a cf from Hen- f premium I'1 an) i j furtVr t'uat H s'.ia'.l th" -r. ns.t? T. Itb th" -.t't rf that AT" re- 3 r.f i- f-rpo-atinns formed fjr ir ;j'ii T. rrp.5V.3nff trt-orp. r- Fn i t -emit in ric f -t "nrianlj i' Unc j-j J -i JT 11 n NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!
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