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CENT FIQHT. A:. BIO ' ' INFLUX 5pK
FITZSIMMON8 MONEY THIS MORN
ma IS BENDINO' THE PREVAILING
ODDS UPxTO" 10 TO 4 IN FAVOR OF
CHAMPION' JEFFRIES. JFITZ AROSE
Pugilist of the World.
EARLY THIS MORNING AND SPE.T
A - QUIET DAY IN HIS HOTEL AFTER
A SHORT STROLL. THIS A r'TERNOpN
HE INDULGED- IN A LITTLE PHAN
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MUSCLES LIMBERED UP. JEFFRlEsJ
288 Washington St.
atursday; continued warm;
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READY FOR BATTLE
SAN. FRANCISCO, July SS.t-Jtims .J.
Jeffries of , California, champion hoavy-
Who Would Like to Again Win ihe Title He Lost to Jeffries.
weight pugilist of the world, and Robert
Fttutimmons, -who has hopes of regaining
the championship "honors -he lost vto Jef
fries, at Coney Island three years ago,
meet In the arena of the National Athlet
ic Club tonight tq contest again, for , the
supremacy. The men are matched jto box
20 rounds. It present ,arrange?nenti ara
carried out, the boxers will- ace one
another shortly . after 9 o'clock , Accord
ing to reports from their respective train
ing quarters. Jeffries and ..Pltsslmmons
are both In first-class, physical, condition.
JEFF THE FAVORITE?. K
From the hour the' match wA. made
Jeffries has been n decided favorite over
Fltzslmmons in the betting. Those who
have staked their money on the champion
have in mind the fact that he did the
trick once and can do It again.' Besides,
the champion has a most decided advan
tage in regard to age and lit addition he
Is teller, heavier and has slightly longer
reach than the Cornishman. is con
ceded by all followers of the game that
Jeffries has improved in science since
he won the championship. Hit best hold
is a left rip, such as Dixon used with
i great execution in his palmy days. He
is also handy with the right at the ribs.
He Is quick- on his feet, gritty -and ag
gressive and with his many' natural ad
vantages it Is difficult 4o figure out how
the Cornishman can withstand his Sledge
hammer blows. In the old days
JEFFRIES SLASHED OUT
in a wholesale way. paying little regard
to pugilistic economies. He had a habit
of striking With the big Jolnte of his
thumbs. As a consequence .he. frequently
crippled his hands early In the-contest,
end for the balance of th time, he was
as helpless as a dismasted vessel wal
lowing In the trough of a heavy sen. Dur
ing the past three years, however, he has
met and t defeated a number of good
men and In addition has sparred a lot
with such past masters of the craft as
Tommy Ryan, and it is but natural that
he should derive benefit from ' keeping
such good company.' It may be safely
assumed therefore that Fltsslmmons .will
tonight face a far more sclehtlfio lighter
than the pugilist at whose hands he met
defeat at Coney Island. V - - .
FITZ CHANCE ' SMALL.; "
With these facts borne to mind it Is
difficult to figure out how. .the Cornish
man has any. show to lower Jeffries' col
ors. - Sat those best acquainted with ring
matters know that ritasloimons is no
ordinary mortal. He has outlived. In an
athletic sense, Ij the- middle and havy-:
Weights of hie gheaUon. He has re-versjA-lhe
rule by building up In muscle
and substance when symptoms of physi
cal shrinkage' might :.b looked "tar: He
Is to-eu Intenu Ad -pureoseg
flowerta : plant, .n4 it 1 Just possibli
that ths results of tM years since he
did any ttgUting has bAisnted rather than
Injured him.-While shrewd bettors natur
ally favor th. champion there are away
who would hot 1 surprised if victory
'perched on the banners Of ths lanky Bob.
For Fitasiannons is '. -t
! r;: A' MAN OF SURPRISES.
m On more than-one'. occasion he has turned
apparent defeat into victory. By his
tactics he has kept opponents away from
him when they might have finished him.
Others he has led on only to put them
h,ors de combat when they least espected
it; He still retains, that famous knock
Out blow. Unless he hu3 retrograded
npore than crities suppose he Is stfll one
of the most dangerous mm In the world
at close quarters.
While apparently awkward and shamb
ling In the rinp. In reality he is all eyes
and fists, and, possessing force, no one
knows better how t apply it.
As regards condition, both men appear
IN EXCELLENT FETTLE.
W4ile their modes of jtralnlnz differ nei
ther fighter hes left a stone unturned
to harden himself for the contest. A
long fight is not expected. Each man Is
a willing performer and the resulf should
be arrived at before half a dozen rounds
have ber fought. Fltzslmmons realizes
that his only chance rests In keeping
away from the big champion long enough
to get In that one knock-out blow of hK
And it will have to be a hard blow at
that, for Jeffries, with his massive jaw
and thick ribs, is built for heavy weather
and above all he possesses recuperative
powers which Fitxsimmons naturally
lacks because of his, advanced years.
VIEWS OF LOCAL MEN
What Portland Citizens Think of
There Is widespread interest among the
residents of Portland aa to how the en
gagement tonight between Jeffries and
Fltzslmmons will come dut. To judge by
the expressions of opinion, one can hear
at every hand, nearly everybody will be
at the ringside In spirit. As is to be ex
pected, opinions vary as to ths merits
of the two men. ,.'- " ' 1,
Those who know Fltzslmmons and have
seen his work In the ring are enthusias
tic over the prowess of the mighty right
of the Australian and are Inclined to the
belief that should he land oa big Jim Jef
fries "Just right" that hM star would tm
tsedlaUely be In the ttfesoendant rather
than the ascendant tta such) case Jeffries
no doubt would "seeestara" to some ex-,
tent himself. . ' ': .;Wt.
The friends of Jeftrtos: are certain that
he will win out, and look ipon him as one
particular leader of the prise ring. ,
It is a little atnuair-to Jhe man who
Continued, ,Bdftoond? 3ageJ
Leaves Cowes for a Brief
MAKES STEADY GAIN
The Rofal Physicians Arc Satis
fied With His Convales
cence, Though Slow.
(Scrlpps-McRae News Association.)
COWE8, Eng., July 25. The royal
yacht Victoria and Albert today
moved from her anchorage here to
, take King Edward .for a short
cruise. His Majesty will return be-
fore night. There is little change
In his condition, but on the whole
hU physicians seem satisfied that
he is gaining" ground, though slow-
NOW MRS. GREEN
WILL YOU BE GOOD
(Journal Special Service.)
SAN FRANCISCO, July 25.-Mrs.
M. G.I "Green, of . Portland, will be
fined approximately $350 dollars for
smuggling. Miss H. D. McMurtry,
of Denver, must dig up 112.50, and.4
Mrs C. Boettcher, of Denver, $3000, -f
for the same offense. -f
Fearful Railroad Wreck
Near Xenia, Ohio
(Scrlpps-McRae News Association.)
xismA, Uhio, July .iB. Seven were
Lklsed lonr are missing ana 17 ware, ted
ly. Injured in last night's wreck on the
Peniwytyani "Railroad at Trebih.
,Tbe dead ares Wm. Clark, Wm. Dwy
er and M. M.Peters, of Columbus, Ohio;
has. McQowan, of Greenfield, Ind. ; two
unknown women and one, unknown man
The unknown dead were burned' In the
Pullman cars. The missing also were
probably burned In tL cars. The wrecked
train was running GO miles an hour, when
It ran Into a flat car laden with coal
which had broken from a coal train, and
struck the passenger on a down grade,
running 30 miles aa hour.
IMPACT WAS TERRIFIC
And wa followed Immediately by the ex
plosion of the gas tanks beneath the
Pullman's. The entire train except the
two rear sleepers was wrecked, the de
bris Immediately taking Are.
Fifty passengers were on the train, and
It Is considered marvellous that any es
caped. Many were asleep when the crash
came, and thoso In the Pullmans were
hurletf from thetr 'ber'th's Into' the wreck
age' wiilch was sobn' btirhing fiercely.
' WORft OF RESCUE
Was quickly- 6guh" 'and one by one Jhe
dead and fnjtired w?re lifted from the
mass of iwlstefi- Ir'dn, and splinters. The
death cries of three' or four men and
women 1 who wer"e not' recovered from
their fiery prisons could be heard by the
people who stood about powerless to ren
der aid. For two hours the wreckage
burned and the fire was only extinguished
when the Dayton fire department ar
rived. IN CHICAGO
Messenger Boys in Both
(Scrlpps-McRae News Association.)
CHICAGO, July 25.-A11 postal and
Western Union messenger boys of Chi
cago went on strike this morning, practi
cally paralyzing the messenger delivery
service. They created a number of dem
onstrations In the downtown streets.
They want 75 cents for an eig-lit-hour day
and 10 cente an hour overtime.
A STEP UP
Joseph He Young Ap
pointed to aGoodJobe
(Journal Special Service.)
SALT LAKE. July 2&Joseph , H.
Young, superintendent of the Utah divis
ion of the Oregon Short Line, has been
appointed General Superintendent of the
Rio Grande A Western, with headquar
ters' at Salt Lake, vice A. Ev Welby. re-,
signed. The appointment becomea effeo
W tn Auguit., . ,
She Had Money to Burn.
Imposter Said He Was Sorry That ffis'-.Un-;
fortunate Exposure Had Prevented ffim ;
From Going Into Business , ::!
The career of J. Coleman Drayton, the
Impostor who arrived In this city on the
Uth of the month, took a sudden, al
though, perhaps, not unexpected turn late
yesterday afternoon, and an. evident
yearning to leave Portland seised the
young man, and he will not be seen here
again. With him went his woman com
panion. - -:
Drayton, upon his arrival in the city,
registered at the Portland, where his
manner and appearance attracted much
attention for seevral days.
Since Drayton's . arrival here he has
masqueraded as the genuine Colemau
Drayton, the New York millionaire bank
er, and with this unrefuted reputation he
became' the cetnral figure in many pros
pective deals, involving the expenditure
of a great deal of money. . ,
To this high-band manipulation of af
fairs there came the climax, when, yes
terday afternoon Detective Day requested
him to accompany him to the office of
the- Chief of Polioe. that there might be
some light thrown upon his doings here.
There was an uncertainty In police circles
as to whether or not Drayton would con
tinue to act In a legitimate way with
his new admirers in business and social
circles: It semed o be generally feared
that Drayton might leave town without
being ordered, to do so, and the police
wanted to have the distinction of giving
him a hint that his Dresence was not
altogether desirable here. ..
WOMAN IN THE CASE.
Drayton has not been back long from
an extended tour In the Orient, where he
accumulated, many valuable relics' and
keepsakes. ,.II is accompanied on his
western tour by a lady who registered at
the hotel as "Mrs. Tuck," who Is said to
be the former wife of a; very wealthy
New Yorker. The, woman Is an actress,
from all appearances. . -
She .has some .very valuable articles of
silverware,- which' are carefully packed,
away in two trunks -t one of the city
pawnbrokers establishments. . ,
FIGURED IN SOCIETY. -Not
only did Drayton pose as a business
man of rare wealth, he became one of
the central society figures in the eyes of
his admirers. To some degree, Drayton
earned this distinction by reason of a
bannquet he gave to prominent citizens
at the Hotel Portland, and on several oc.
caslons champagne suppers, launch par
ties and horseback rides were used "as
means to entertain his new companions.
and demonstrate his ability as the "real
thing." He has an aristocratic, smooth
appaerance, and gives every evidence of
man of education and refinement.
PRrJn. Jtfels t,me nothing had been said
by the young man In reference to his bill
at thsr hotel, and the manager became
ajixious. Detective Day was in the hotel
and when upon seeing the wealthy young
man, was siexed with a sudden assurance
tliat (he face was familiar, and a keen
Interested was manifested thereafter until
the detective became satisfied as to ths
real character of the man.
Drayton Is about 31 years old, S feet 11
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eyes, cleas :
shaven, and has a. striking
In the Investigation of matters It deveU ,
oped that; Drayton's hotel bill was not,
paid, and the detectives were Instructed '
to accompany the young man to Cbieff
McLauchlln, where Drayton Immediately?
asked the cause. . s ' . . ..:,.. , :.:.
The Chief of Police Informed Drayton'
that he was not under arrest. - ' '
The Chief's statements were not of anV
offensive or harsh, but of a truly courteV"
ous character. Ha told Drayton that hsr'
was a stranger In the city and the police
wanted to know what he was) doing here, '
When the matter of the unpaid bote! Wit
was mentioned to Drayton, together with) (
theNfact that ffe police did not want t '
mzt&tzs e38tkt& trsnble, hrTjiS-vi '''
"I have not committed any, crime tn(
Portland and have done nothing; for which)
I should be arrested." - '
Drayton confessed to the Chief that b.4H
had been in difficulties In San Francisco)
several .years ago, but that matter. hed
been "squared," and so far as his' con!
duct la concerned since, there Is nothlmjf 1
that he fears.- , '
He told'the Chief that his real nans is) -not
Drayton; that he does not desire ta'
drag his people into disgrace by his for t
mer conduct,' is the reason for the change, '
which he adopted over U year ago.
The Chief, treated 1 Drayton only, to7 thfll
kindliest manner, and admonished him tq
be careful of his conduet, 'i ' , - ('
:Mt YALUABLH . BELONGINGS.'
i Drayton does not claim to. have anJt .
considerable sum of money, i His ' only
means of .' obtaining" money la f upon the
possibility of raising funds on the con f
tents of the trunks, valued at about 14000. '
acme vi uia anicies nave aireaay oeen
solcf, amounting-to nearly ,$3600.'
Drayton came to Portland, according; tot i
his statement,, with the ldeaIn view ol
engaging In business,' but his sudden dls '
appearance from town this afternoon, ac '
companied by Mrs. Tuck, now precludes)
that posslblUty. , . .l
THE WOMAN'S APARTMENTS. '
A Journal reporter called at the Calumet '
this, morning, and ascertained that Mrs, 1
Tuck, who had taken rooms there afte ' ;
leaving the Hotel Portland was prepar.
ing to depart from the city, and was busy. '
making preparations therefor. She refus r
ed to say upon what train sher would go.
but said that with her would go; Itfr. -Drayton,
Mrs. Tuck had demeaned herself In SI
quiet' manner while at the Calumet, and ,
nothing had transpired to give a hint to
the, proprietor, Mrs. Hamilton, or to any;
of the guests that a sensation wast wrap. f
ped np in .the- two Interesting personalis .
ties Mrs. Tuck and Mr. Drayton. Mrs. ,s
Tuck has received few callers, nor had)
(Continued on second page.) '
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