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Racine Daily Journal (Newspaper) - January 2, 1908, Racine, Wisconsin Jota isral thursday Jasty agcy 2, 1908. San Francisco Jan. In of his Duz Zline cleverness Ami generalship Abe Fatteh tenth cry weight Champion of the world Able tyo escape defeat yesterday afternoon at the lands of Owen Moran. England s 120-Pound fighter in they fire Battle for Tufie world s title Jav the Mission Street Rena. It was Attol wonderful knowledge of Cruft and his lightning like Nib Lity to i Lin Pion to rough the route. Referee Crim the honors even n t the when both fighters were Elm wed and bleeding for Duj scores of r the briton was Strong. And by Liis aggressiveness kept the Champion on the jump throughout the Eosin rounds., Abies footwork pulling him of pm Iii dangerous Siinto tons. At nil Timea my ran was the tight tis the Calir ii for this fir i half of Tho uni Luigi and to Lek Steinn in Liis hitting. Auto Tater Estinor the contest was not cd Eintini and lid. Not come up to of u Battle Over persons the Bontol and scarcely any complaint us heard1 on the hip who Liml officiated through of i fastest Ronels which lie Hud aeon several yen try 1-Uter the snit fhe if Uigh had been so a lose that he found it difficult to give n decision in favor of either. Moran the weight. 120 Anat u c clock Ivy yesterday morning was compelled to do vigorous Roll scaling in even then tile Triton was one Outtie overweight and atoll took exception n t first refusing to fight on the his viol muted agreement heated argument followed. Attell final demand ing Mornh s forfeit. The English Man refused claiming that the forfeit could not be Chi Mcd unless requirement was i exceeded by i its n Pound. The difficulty was finally sur mounted was Puichl for the surplus ounce. The Champion then agreed to enter the ring. Betting on the outcome of the bout continued brisk All his position As favorite of. 2-to in --1 s although his followers heavily at three Odd bets were made it 10 to u that Loran wow Tot lasj1 fifteen rounds. Monin demonstrated that he greatest lighting machine that lever invaded., Yankee ring and though1 the terrific grueling during the Early stages of the Boivet he. Rie Iwar pinched Ami in ept sailing in As Early As the i Atli round Abu to respect the punch the briton s right hand and Lowig Range fighting in the Hope of tying tip mohair by Means of fast jabbing and feints ass at infighting the Champion had a Slinde on his opponent but the latter did frightful execution with a. Straight Lefi which he drove Agnini the he Biow i fare jaw almost at will i tin breakaways.1 1 or the first five rounds Teipen were car full unit Fer try to land a hard blow. The nineteenth round found both men striving like fiends to slip the deadly Haymaker. Attell was clearly out fought j n this session going to his Knees Lioi 5 3y before the Ball from the effects Ofa swing to the jaw. Attell was first t p draw blood a Sharp Jab to nose Starling the Claret in streams. The final round a the most exciting. Be Enid to take on u new lease of vigor Attell swinging lefts and rights. When the Gong the close b Atli men kept on battling fiercely and Jeffries had to separate them. The a Riton s Eye was Sclar Kencil and his nose bled freely but the punishing rip to the stomach and the swings to the jaw were missing Loran s game to Lead hand and them close m. Attest left the Arena a badly battered Champion his face presenting u spectacle never before seen on the Cali Fairman by his friends. Mass. Ian. 2. As a rational league i pitch a died i 2 years. Of of Csc Nam pin Chi Cago team of 1886. Tannehill has place this signature. To a 1008 contract to play with the Chicago american league baseball club. The White. Sox third baseman has fully recovered from his troubles of. Last season and is ready to Start the coining season in As Good condition As he Ever was in in his life. His throwing Arm which was injured in a collision just before the a White sox team left its final Eastern trip of the season last entirely re covered. It looks like War to the bitter end be tween Bill Papke the Kewaunee Cyclone and Middle battled monday night through one of the most spectacular and ring contests Ever seen in although cach Prin Cipal Jis disabled and yesterday presenta ble Only for sick their respective managers., proceeded to Lay foundations for another match which it is. Expected will result in the Complete elimination of one of the gladiators from the lofty now holding in the 154-Pound brigade it was apparent to All who witnessed night that the local Ita Han was not fit to make his Best stand against the younger and More powerfully constructed lad from the mining District. As Early As the third round. Kelly was heard to exclaim in his can t hold this Pace my steam is and the Lod timers. Who had followed the contest critical eyes echoed the expression of the Veteran. It was a Case of old athlete going into the lists against a Young and coming slugger who has been making Hay while the Sun shone and who was fit to Bat the for ,1 Crown at v 154 pounds. Papke has been offered a Twenty weeks engagement on the stage and May accept this Job Al Hough he prefers the More strenuous career of an Active fighter. He hurried right Home to Kewaunee yesterday and after a few Days of Leisure will begin booking new matches. T on Friday evening at the offices of a. C. Judd on main Street there will be a meeting of the fraternal indoor league for the purpose of talking Over the advisability or arranging for a second be vies of games. It will be taken for fraternal organizations not represented do not care to take part in the second series. E1ghborhood news happenings of Imer Titt for the sen fit of Otto readers it Sidow to ii wide Watce papera Lap by . Or. A Whf re Vav. Relatives. Is spending his Holiday vacation with Raymond relatives. Pliest of miss it Finis Riffe w heating schools. A d. Wish Sno Cess. Earn Ion wis., d e i 31. T j mrs. Mary Siiss Tekla Are spending died e biome his a .26. 1007, agma Twenty Vii is. There sult him an aged Mother Brothers and i the misses hat tie and til a spent thursday afternoon with Shojii ways. A of Racine is spend1 ing a few Days with his aunt a. P. Ber of her friends at her Home Friday evening. My. Shirley Emmett of Racine spent several Days lust week with Union Grove friends. Var. Claire Perry who is working in Milwaukee spent several Days last week at . Bliss Bessie Dixon. Of Brighton spent several Days the guest of Union Grove friends returning to her Home monday afternoon. _ and Myrtle Forward went to be pit saturday. Attorney Randall of Kenosha spent saturday the guest of Union Grove friends. Or. Who is working in Chicago came Home for a few Days last i week. I miss Edns Hay has taken u position As hello 1 girl in the Central office of i this i or. A Rudolph of Milwaukee spent several Days last week the guest of Union Grove friends. Or. And mrs. Percy Dawson spent the Stib balt a Fth oversell of Norway. Spent urday in Waterford. A a score cacti Uig. A very was spent in their Beautiful Home games music Chat and Dainty luncheon brought i the evening to a close when they re paired to their respective Homes Declar ing the. Misses Morley Joyal. Entac Tain ers. V-1 or. Spert pleasant. Or. Theodore West was grat lations yesterday Heji aying reach j de the age of mighty on years being born of Der. 2ft the new year gladly hailed continued from Page wants Brighton. Union Grove Union Grove 31. Or. And mrs. J. Callen a r went to Milwaukee Manilay. Init. Tiol Thorpe is spending a i j. l Morman. I or. Arthur Martin is spending his Christmas vacation at the Homo of his parents. F or. Roy i in who Lias been spending e several Days the guest of t Racine Arul mosh a friends returned Lime tiie Day Brighton Tan 1. Wish you. All a Happy new year., july Twyl More Dilys girls then year is miss Lucy May was a Brighton caller last Friday. Dan pjs returned . Iowa last suit Floday. Miss ire ire Maidens " has returned Home from Chicago to the holi i Meilien Mado n business trip do Union Grove last mfr Ted Clemmenza has gone Nesta tit. Spend the holidays with his friends and relatives. Or. C has. Daniels has returned to Chi Cago after spending a few Days with my Maidens and family. Or. De. Changed his Orcsi one Haven houses. Of Paris s Pfent Christmas a t Home. Miss Rose Molitor is making her Home in Kenosha. With her Uncle Herman Mol Tor. Mrs Fred Bolen and family spent wednesday afternoon with or. Jake Daniels and family. The misses Leona Daniels and Flor ence Mcdonald who Are attending the Kenosha College of Commerce came Home to spend Christmas. District no. 3 of Brighton Are prac a concert which they will give in january. Or. And mrs. Henry Zrihen of Kan Sasville spent Christmas with his brother John and family. Ter Day was larger than any previous years with the above mentioned exception. Although no or Grairt was announced entertainment offered during the there were Many who dropped in the first part of the Day to spend a pleasant hour in the Library or gymnasium and thus adding to the total at Tendance during the Day. Guests inspect building not until afternoon however did the crowd actually b egg to gather in the lobby the and other attractive rooms of the association. The lobby was handsomely decor ated with Holiday greens and presented an unusually attractive appearance. Long festoons of fragrant Pine Needles Hung in All parts of the rooms and Holiday colors marked All parts the building. The guests were escorted through the building seeing the haul same Baths the swimming1 Pool and other features that Are proving such a Strong attraction to the Young men of the Fin ally to the gymnasium where the real features of the Day were being carried on. From 2 o clock until .6 the crowd constantly came every hour seeing an increasing number of. Guests present. A palatable lunch was served by a commit tee of members consisting of Edward Bedel d. C. Heffley and Jos Dombrow ski. At 6 o clock there was a Lull in the attendance and then until 8 o clock the Halls were comparatively empty. At 8 o clock however an even larger number filled the building. During the evening the same program was carried out with additional events in the gymnasium. A delightful musical program was rendered by Schulte s orchestra and until 10 o clock the association was fairly thronged with Happy visitors. The athletic events. The athletic events in the gymnasium proved the most attractive after All and the con temious program that was arranged by w. E. Jack the director proved immensely popular. In the indoor base Ball series the juniors were Defeated by the intermediates by the score of 15 to 13, and the y. M. C. A. Team beat the North Side boys club by the score of 11 to 2, the High jump was won by Louis Sanders who made just live feet ring vault. Clinton Ellis 10 feet six inches 100 Yard dash Sanders shot put f. Huepfl her 44 feet 2 inches. The special work on tie bars tumbling and Pyra Inid building by the members of the Dif. Crent classes All showed the result of careful training and persistent work. In the evening the Defeated the lutheran College in the basketball series by the score of 13 to 2. While the High school alumni Defeated the High school first team 37 to 20. The feature of the evening however was the game Between the Washington and new Yorks the former being the Victor by the score of 29 to 24. In a series of five games this was the first defeat the new Yorks have suffered from the washing tons. This week Friday the regular basketball schedule will open at the Assoc a. Tion when the local y. M. C. A. Team will play a series of of inside teams. The permanent free school fund of Texas amounts to More than in value and the Revenue derived conies in from interest on Bonds of the various counties and rent or lease of school lands Lor grazing purposes Alid from interest on notes taken for land sold. First publication Jan. 2. 390s 7t state of Wisconsin Racine county circuit court. Samuel Bab Coeke is. Flora b. Babcock the state or Wisconsin to the said defend you Are hereby summoned to appear with in Twenty Days after service of this Aura Nous exclusive of the duty of service and defend the above entitled action in the court aforesaid and in Case of your failure so to do judgment will be rendered against you according to tic demand of tale complaint which is now on tile in the above named court. Burgess plaintiff s attorneys. P. 0. Address Racine Racine county wis Consin. Eulth never fails to restore Gray or faded to its natural color and Beauty i no matter How long1 it has been Gray or faded. Promotes a luxuriant growth of healthy hair. Stops its falling out and positively removes Dan droll. Keeps hair soft and Glossy. Re fuse All substitutes. Times As much As 50c size. Is not a Dye. Philo Hal Swo. Co. News rec. A j. And 60e bogles at duo gusts or. Arthur Ami Joseph Martin spent j monday in Racine. I mrs. Nell Elaine was a Racine visitor Toni Lay. Or. Arid Sie Fienson depart i cd Friday morning to spend their Honey Moon the construction co., s22 both St. Contractors for everything electrical. House wiring a specially. Electric and Etc. Jiggling supplies at All Kyndi. Too late to it Assize coarse discoloured oily red skin rendered fair and inviting by Satin skin powder. 25c. Latest Telegraph markets new York a ported by e. W. Northrop and co. New i Ork n. Y., Jan. 2, wd7. List of stocks am. Sugar. Asci Isoa con. Canada Pao. Amal Copper a con. . To. C. M. . A. Cent. Ltd. Com. . I. A Pacific c. F. A i. C. A. Chicago 3as. Chen i Ohio. U. S. Stool com. . Steel pad. To. Norfolk i weit. 11.k t. Pad. Nor. I he k. Lork com 3fat, com. Pacific mail. Keading com Penn. By. Southorn Pao. Am. Smolt for Pao. Com. Erie Wabash pm. Bock Island pm. Wis. Cont pad. Nii Nois Central. C i s 101 30 h s 80 30 2s 87 33 v4 109 Hmok ii 18m jsh1 40 106j4 98 k him 73 17 Iii 98s. I j53h 80 30 is Goa 44 90 h 91 k 1085. Closing Jan. Dec. 2 31 -18h 40 10551 195, 8 88 i 39.14 98 hoi s1h 39 1045 16 so sos 57 us 05 109 k is i18w 18k 1354 Chicago live Stock markets. Chicago Jan. Receipts about Market steady to a higher Beeves 3. 00 0.20 cows and heifers texans calves westerners Stock cars and feeders receipts about is. 000 Market weak to a Shade lower Light mixed heavy rough pigs bulk of sales sheep receipts about Market Strong native Western yearlings lambs 4.so @7.00 Western Chicago closing markets Chicago. Jan. Close wheat May 1.07v4 Only. Sept., May july sept., Oats May old May july. Jan., 12.05 May lard ian., 7.85 May 7.22% a 7.25. Cash Cash March. 17.00. Timothy March. 4.70. Cheese St adv daisies twins 11 Young americas arise. Poultry alive firm turkeys 12 chickens Loc Springs Loc. Potatoes firm veal steady. To 60 Pound weights 00 to Sii pounds 85 to 110 Pound weights butter steady creameries daisies egg i Strong at Mark cases included Milwaukee live Stock markets hogs receipts. Is lower. Mixed and butchers packers Hough heavy Light pigs bulk 4.40fn 4.50 cattle receipts 400 steady. Butchers steers Good to medium to Good heifers medium to. Good Coli Guiou to fair cows Good to Choice fair to Good canners 1.50 cutters bulls Good to Choice Bologna bulls common to feeders stockers milkers and unsaleable of capt for canners Good to Choice receipts 500 steady. Common to fair Good to Choice receipts 200 steady. Common to fair Good to Choice lambs common to fair Choie Eto Drime i. Buck meats and Protil tit. Live hens lightweights heavy so roosters shaggy Young 6c springers ducks old an4 Young 9 All White turkeys. Pm nip geese per 14.00 poor or thin dressed poultry turkeys plump Choice old Toms 13c culls Recac ducks springers pigeons live per Yozep dead tier do i 3.00 thin do. Dressed hogs Small Choice Large heavy weighing 50 to 60 Obj 60 to 75 lbs fair to Good a to 90 to Choice 90 to 110 lbs., fancy 120 coarse and thin dressed per. La. Year Ling Mutton per dozen .50 1 .60 squirrels Prayoot Darky Kaii Bis. Butter Market finn Citra Cream financial. First National Bank Racine. Wisconsin. J capital and surplus the oldest Banjo in Racine. U United states Otto sitar offers to business men All the accommodations co insistent with banking. Our safety Deposit vault is the largest in the Estyr ample accommodations to patrons. If you Are entrusting valuable to some insecure Safe you May regret it after it is too late. Boxes rented at moderate Price. Office is n. D. Fratt pros. E. O. Hand. Q. N. Fratt Cash. A Cash directors t d Howell f. Harbridge j. W. Knight do a Bess f. L. Mitchell w. To. Hugh Gorton Jacob Stoffel it. E. 0. J . Fratt a. N. Fratt 1 safety Deposit boxes the new safety a spoilt vault it the manufacturers National Bank of Racine is the largest strongest and moot Conlen Long. Of any to Bacine. There Are four the vault into which rotors to turf to examine contents of Belr Boom. Door of Tho Booth can be closed and Tho of. Cup ant secure Complete or Stacy. This is Tho Only vault in the cite built Ana used exclusively for ease keep a of Becerr to Mitt and valuable papers. Thora Aro 1044 boxes at eight Doe rat bozos. The rent for one year three. For. Five. Seven eight fifteen and Twenty five dollars according to the three Dollar size will hold a Surpris ing amount of papers. Deeda to property. Insurance policies notes certificates of de posit mortgages or any valuable papers Al hound not to exposed to the Hazard of and heft when they can be kept absolutely sate at a Cost of three dollars a year. L least Call and see tie vault George h. Shurr r custodian., interest is a reliable worker Money makes Money Bat it must be widely directed. Com Pound interest is a most steady and reliable worker. An account with the com Mercial savings Bank As sures Security for your funds and a Liberal rate of interest. 3% interest paid on savings accounts commercial savings Bank Racine wis. Capital and surplus. Cry Dairy 29c firsts seconds23 @25c process renovated fan1 by Dairy 22c fresh lines Roll packing Stock grease eggs Market weaker current receipts fresh to a Recan led 25 april no. 1 Recan led 19c miscellaneous Etor age As to Quality seconds 13@ 14c checks Racine cabbage quotations. V i Furnis lied by Hansche bros., of Berry Ville cabbage Market for dec. 27. Today s Market demand Light Choice Holland to per ton loaded fancy Green storage Stock onions. I red Globe Market firm 53c per bit. Racine markets. I1 Koine. Jan 2. 1908 pod cab Cream Verj Batter 30b3014 kegs choose bit 7egetables now potatoes i. 63 a f. To Violet Grain wheat no. 2 eyeno.i., Eye no 2. Oats Corn Wujs at Epieh Gracito Patent Liew Bard common Parent a hot floor. Bakers fire floor Clover per Hundred 1 Enothy per hundred105 1-03 72 "70 52 .73 White country Standard bran. Ground com Ana Oats pore Hall an half. We. Ole sow 653 Jolo 500 170u jul 00 pm 3300 hens Droeser 3 opes so 10 11 hbeetttk1c. To trimmed. 2. Tammed. In. 1, i trl mod 9610 Fiti Tell cored to. The Obote quotations Aro wholesale is. Those paid Tor setae Pricw High cd nut pea formerly 6.75 formerly Btu Minniw. Rocking Biglov Black band Tuntg 5.90 poem Hontas egg c-50 Lump 0.5q i

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