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SU I'OKTLAND, OREGON.
Gets the Decision
the Twenty -
STUBBORNLY FOUGHT CONTEST
Majority of Spectators Thought the Sailor
A Rushtog Fight From Beginning to fehl and Doth Con
testants Receive Terrible Punishment Sharkey In
Perfect Condition and Shows Great Improvement in
Ring Generalship-He Will Demand Another Trial
NEW YORK, N. Y., Nov. 3. James J. JVtlries retains
if the championship of the world, Kcfertf George Silcr giving g
him the decimon at tlie end of the twenty-fifth round over
S Sailor Tom Sharkey, at the Coney Maml sporting club to-
niclit. It was one of the most nmrvelmis buttles that has ft'
s taken dace, and the greatt crowd that ever gathered in the '
j Coney Island cluh houe witnessed tlio desperate struggle for
VI.W VMlfk' Wv 'X S5)i.iil-PV nu inpittiiilnhK mwl
crii! like a child when he went to his iioarkis. Tom vi
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O'Kuuke his manager, expiv-N-ed tho ujiiuiou Uiat the .-uihir
l should Iiavm reeeivixl the ilceiiou. Ik said t of blutrkey's
$ ribs were broken and that during the last four rounds Tom's $
$ left baud was useless, having been broken on Jeffrie's head.
$ He said Sharkev would seek another match. I,
(A " i
Nt.W Y0RK, Nov. I In five raunda knn'kout. JeHrlea rtotti the terrific
J.ffrle. had the better of the flght-ln Pmhment. and with Ma ye. noe and
the first two and last three. During
the other twenty, Sharkey forced the
Usw, and. like a bull terrier, waa at
his man with both hand, unceasingly.
In those twenty rounds, Jeffries' great
weight and brawn helped him to hold
or the sailor, and in the twenty-.ocond
nnma ne swung m a coup.e oi
upper cuts that made Sharkey groggy,
Tom ennw back again In the twenty -
fourth ar.d twenty-fifth, but he waa
weakened greatly by Jeffries' vlelous
One niliwte before the gong sounded j Ie8Si but the Xtitef looked to
to end the fight, Jeffrie.' left l"ve jJn better comllllon, the Callfornian be
came off, and practically the contest ,,n)r uov ftnd havl staring. eyea
was over. The reforree motioned
Jeffries' comer, an American flag wa(
thrown over the charaplon'a shoulders
and the crowd on that side and end of
the arena cheered wildly. The crowd
on the oposlte end, in Sharkey'a corner.
ii . cu.-Itav oti t h. mpn were
ed back to tluir aresfnng rooms. i
ThousamlB of spectators were banked
40 feet high in the building, the place
being packed fr.im ringside to rafters,
and the aisles around the ring were
lined, A tremendou. crowd sweated uij
der the glare of 400 arc lights. Fifteen
feet or less from the canvas of the
squared circle, the heat was Intense.!
The fighters were almost exhausted,,
and the spectators shrieked themselves ' Jeffries' ribs and jaw almost at will ana
h((nrse I there was. wild applause.
It seemed at first as though It would As the fight wont along round by
lie a short fight, for In the second round, the sailor fought his way into the
round Jeffries put the sailor to the hearts of those who marvelled at Jef
ropts with a left on the jnw, and tho fries.' capacity for punishment. The
referee btgan to call off the seconds California n crouched down low and
as Sharkey kneeled on the floor. But ( though his ey.a blazed, he smiled and
from the third round on Sharkey, with ( generally over at O'Rourke who was
his vicious swings to riba and jaw, kept coaching his man over the ropes,
the crowd on Its feet waiting for a' Sharkey's vicious punches began to
IS STILL THE
CHAMPION OF THE WORLD
Over Sharkey In
a Draw. 1
SEES THE FIGHT
er split, came bock junt an vldoUHly
In the last three rounds And almost re
Then came the unfortunate and un
satisfactory ending, Jeffries' glove flying
iff, bringing the fight to an esd, al
though the crowd urged Sharkey to rush
in and end it, This he tried to -do but
Jeffrie, fought him back and Che ref-
mt rU!thtd t0 lhe
j n was notable that Jeffries used his
; weight to the host advantage throwing
'"himself all over he sailor but the latter
dldhis share of hugging too, and both
were warned repeatedly. Jeffries
weighed ill pounds and Sharkey 25
.anj gv.inK other evldanoe of not being.
n (he beat .condiUon.
They shook hands and shaped up well.
Jeffrie then landed several timva but
was generally over or unaer. un me j
other hand the sailor waa wild, going
l into the flght 'vlth both hands swinging
I wildly, but he did not land the first
I Again in the second round Sharkey
t i was flopping around and he camo In
for a nsty left that rolled him over.
It looked then as though Sharkey was
I clearly outclassed. O'Rourke however
gave the sailor a talking to, and to
the amazement of all Sharkey swung on
gaU; movement continue, of lmincrui
'volume: In faot. If the amrre(rat tit'
! bank clfaringn In th country outaide 1
II, rd at the cIjws of the teventh It the nwtropolL l a trutworthy Index,
mi nv-d b. thtugh JfTr. could bard-, a It no doubt la, the country', trade (
Ijr walk to hla cornjr, and it mmt4' reached lu hlghoat mark In the month
. .. I .1 f M . . I -V. V
oeruiiii mere would DC a new cnamplOn.
oii-.Kcjr wu spin in lae cifnm
and it made him like a bull. He ruabed,
winging lefta and right, and landed
nearly all of lham, with Jeffrie, throw
ing over the aallor.
The CalifornUn pujihed hi. man over
the ropea at every opportunity and In
omt of the round, rested bla gret'
head on Sharkey'a ahrul'lera, ao much
that he wa. .hi need ai.d )wred. '
Jeffrie, landed a terrific uppercut In
the tenth and Sharkey'a eye lid wa
pllt, but In the twelfth Sharkey got
back with balf a dozen .wing and
a straight right, uid It waa wonderful!
that they dlj not end the fgbt Jeffrie
hugged the aallor bard and .hook bit
head aa he went to bla corner. Every
round carrkl Bhtrkev icrosa tbe ring :
W the .tart and be waa fighting tbe!
champion all over the canvaa.
In the fifteenth Jeffrie, made a bluff
at forcliig, but Sharkey waa at him
agln tike a bull dog and .wung high,
and low ana lanaea aimon every ume
bt .wunf. The California made little
effort to lead. He preferred the defen
Ive and be waa winded. Sharkey too
waa tiring faat and they punched and
awutig and staggered and clinched all
round the ring for the next few mln
uu. Uoth men were lovetvd with
blood and Jcfferit wu bleeding badly
from hi. nose which Sharkey'a right
Suddenly, In the twenty-second round,
Jeffrie, seemed to take new life. Just
at the close of this round the champion
wung his right and left on Sharkey's
jaw and almvt took him off hi. feet'
He reeled and .he gong saved him. He
ra me back hard however In the next
but Jeffries had the better of it putting
In two right uppercu-a.
Jeflrlea' friends howled themselves
hoarse while Sharkey's urged him with
li.uu cries no go In hard and rougB yona poluc pureuing them into the
it. He throw down his terrier like bead niountai,W( capturing nine of their cav
and though his strength was fast leav- a)ry (orces geVeral guns, considerable
Ing him. he had Jefferies guessing until property killing, wourding and captur
the gong sounded. ing a numbr of the enemy. The ln-
Nu one could say who would get In ; 8Urgent' cavalry of that section is
the knockout blow and neither seemed practically destroyed. Bell's casualties
aWe to put enimgh force Into a blow to, were one man killed and two wounded,
diwip the other ee and In the midst Of "OTIS."
the twenty-fifth round, nearly one mln-' "
e before the close. Jeffries glove flew ! TESTIMONY CONCLUDED.
ai-nvs the ring and Slier ran to help
klm on with It.
Sharkey held back until his friends
yelled at him not to stop and It was a;
threo cornered fight for a few minutes. PrxWcuting At-
The ref'.re B Jeffri-.V glove and tried CpzJer wouM ,vltn.
to draw U on. This was a difficult . Mrd C0UnU of
thing to do. and then Sharkey rushed- indictment and wvuld hold the defend-.leffrl-
thr,-w up 1.13 gloved and un-j on)y that f
gloved haul and with the former up
j erout Sharkey.
Siler ran between them and made a j
second alt mpt to assist Jeffries. The
sailor waited a moment but wildly ex- OLYMPIA, Nov. 3.-Governor Roger,
vited by the shrieks of spectators, he I has Issued a praclamatton naming Mon
rushed again. Siler dragged J.-ffrii! day Novemb-r 6th, a general holiday
away and the gong rar.g. The referee j in honoh of the returning volunteers,
pointed to Jeffries' corner and his sec-i
onds and friends cheered wildly. j
The majority of those at the ringside j
hardly thought Sharkey would get
worse than a draw for the sailor fought
viciously, always after his man with
good judgment and out pointed the
champion . On the other hand Jeffries,
while he had the better, by long odds,
of the last three- rounds, did very little
leading in th other twenty-two and
when he led he was either too high or
too low, gottl ig In but few good pun
ches. The decision was not announced from
the ring or If It was, few heard It, and
a prt eat mob surged around several mln
ut' S yelling and shouting for victor and
OVER NINE MILLIONS.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 3. In his re-
pirt to the state department Consul,
McCook at Dawson, rays the gold ship-1
ments for the season aggregated $9,247.-1
IIICJIIKST MARK REACHED.
Bradstrf-tt'a 8How That the Aggregate
Movcm.-nt of Trade Continue, to
Tie of Immense Volume.
NEW YORK. Nov. 3-nradtr!fii
tomorrow will .y: '
D-plte Kom variation In the cur-
' rent, of trade distribution, the ajyre-
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went on board.
The ttsCObcbc Soldiers la L'tOu's
Division Do Good Work.
y-asHINGTON, Nov. t.-The war de-
parunent has received tbe following
i 'MANILA. On November 1, Lieuten
ant Slavena and it men reconnoitred
In MacArthur'e front, and struck 40 or
more Intrenched Insurgents. Tbey lm
! mediately attacked and dispersed them,
! killing three and wounding a number.
I No caaualtle.
"Ywterday, In Lawton's advance at
Aliago, he struck the enemy both weet
and south of the city. Balson'a Maca-
bebe scouts, reconooiterlns south, struck
the insurgents In ambush. Lieutenant
Rnntelle was killed and one scout
and left seven dead In the thickets.
"Yesserday, BeU of tbe Thirty-sixth
. volunteers, with regiment and troop of
l .h kViinh ravaJrv. cleared the country
' f armed ln9llrSents from Florida
, BlHllca a considerable distance be-
MOSCOW, Nov. 3. Both sides rested
In the trial of the Coeur d'Alene miners
accused of stopping a United States
; mail train and the argument com-
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C0cshrn AlMinrcntlv Has Xot Yet
fallen Into the Hands of the
LONDON, Nov. 4.-4:05 a. nt-There Is
very little fresh intelligence today but
it la believed that the Detagoa bay
route If not already restored, speedily
will be, thua giving quicker communi
cation with the Cape. The situation
Is .till hopeful.
The Boera were threatening to attack
Lay.mlth in force Wednesday and
Thursday and the wiroen and children
were being sent south. Ladysmlth la
provisioned for two months.
Dispatches from Coleaburg dated No
vember L announce that six police who
were stationed at Colesburg bridge
were unrounded and captured. Thia
ii probably the origin of the story that
the Boer, had occupied Cotesburg.
HOPES TO CAPTURE WHITE,
Joubert Following the Same Tactics aa
at Dundee and Will Hold Line of
NEW YORK, Nov. I A dispatch ta
the Tribune from London says:
Tbe news that r-legraphlc communi
cation with Ladysmlth has been Inter
rupted does not necissarny prove Uiat
the Boera have surrendered the town
and closed In. It oeems most probable
that they have placed themselves upon
the Brttlgh lines of '.ommunlcatlon, re
peating exactly their Dundee tactic
Apparently General Joubert means to
attempt U capture General Whlte'a
force, in the hope .-Ithor to bring Eng
land to terms or lead to European Inter
vention. A circuiiisumul reoirt ciifi-s frt-m
Pris relating that General Lucas Mey
er, after fighting another battle south
of Ladysmlth, In which the British lost
a tnousanu men, naa w.i;ui
in force and holds the railroad from
Ladysmlth to Pit terniiii ii '.liorg. Noth
ing is, however, known In regard to
this matter at the war department and
the rumor Is not credited In any re
sponsible quarter. The channel squad
ron Is' waiting at Gibraltar, but no
cloud as largi as a man's hand Is yet
seen at any point of the horizon. Rus
sia is meditating and France Is sulking,
but neither power !s yet prepared to
take advantage of England's big cam
paign In South Africa. The secret un
derstanding between Germany and
England operates to hold the Jealousies
and ambitions of France and Russia
The German emperor, unless all signs
fall, will receive a most cordial welcome
when he comes to England. His friend,
Lord Lonsdale, U evidently sure of it,
for he even venture to argue that the
German emperor's famous dispatch to
Kruger was a prop?r protest against an
unjust and wicked raid and that the
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