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atEDFORD ILML TRIBUNE, aCEDFORD, OREGON, SUNDAY, MAY 29, 19.10.
Says Ho Is Too Fresh and Puts Up a
Five Thousand Dollar Profit That
He Will Put the Gloves on With
Him Dctlntitcd With Jeff.
TEDDY TO DINE
Former President Writes Letter De
claring Sympathy With Insurgents
and Opposition to Uncle Joo Can
Lace Curtains, Draperies, Portiers, Couch Covers
We are Outside the Firelimits but Inside on Prices.
We are here to supply ail your ;
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May 2S.
"Jnck Johnson is a big, rrosh nigger.
Ho forgets ho is speaking to white
people," said Jim Corbett today re
ferring to tho statement attributed
to Johnson thnt Corbett wns afraid to
come out to Seal Hock house to spar
"These niggers nro gottlng too
Iresh, anyway," continued Corbett,
"My offer to bet 5 000 with Johnson
thnt I am willing to go to his quar
ters and don the gloves with him
"I think the coon has a yellow
streak so broad that it reaches from
finger tip to finger tip, and It will
take more than tho best trainer In
the country to mako him lose It. It
Is a hard thing to supply t. man with
courage when ho hasn't got it.
"Jim Jeffries Is in splendid condi
tion. I am satisfied from his showing
at Dreamland last night that ho needs
no more hard work and Is fit for the
battle of his life If ho only follows
light work from now on.
"Jeffries now needs a fast spar-
Ting partner, who will let him go the
WASHINGTON D. l. May 2S.
At the Capitol today a representative
of the United Press was shown a lot
ter just received from Roosevelt prac
tically endorsing tho fight against
Speaker Joseph Q. Cannon and tho
houso "organization and Inviting ono
of tho Influential Insurgents to moot
his In Now York on his arrival In
To Meet Collier.
Coupled with tho letter comes tho
announcement today on excollont au
thorlty that Roosevelt has accepted
an Invitation to bo tho guest of hon
or at a banquet to bo given Juno 23
by Robert G. Collier, editor of Col
lier's Magazine, and ono of tho strong
est supporters of the Insurgent causo.
Tho letter shown to tho United
Press reprosontatlvo today was an an
swer to a nine-page exposition of tho
lnsurgont position covering fully lato
developments In tho Insurgent fight.
In roply, Roosevelt sent Just flvo
In effect tho letter says:
"You know my views on tho Insur
gent situation. They remain unchang-
Jlmlt with his punches and show him led since I last talked with you. I wish
t the same tlmo how to Jump around I to seo you In Now York Immediately
the ring. If ho does that ho will not after my arrival there."
"I know Roosevelt thoroughly dis
approved of tho present leaders, both
of tho house and the senate, before
he left America," said tho recipient
of tho letter. "I had every reason
to know that they were not only out
of sympathy with tho Roosevelt poli
cies, but that they had allowed them
selves to get out of touch with tho
sentiments of the public In general.
"I believe that Roosevelt has no
personal objection to Cannon and the
othor organization leaders, but that
!ho disapproves their methods which
ho considers a relic of bosstsm."
Roosevelt's letter was written
from Dorchecter House, ambassador
go stale and he will have added to
Jils knowledge of ring generalship.
"You can say for me that there
will be no boss at Rowardencan. No
one will have leadership but all will
work to perfect Jeffries' condition
and I am sure harmony will exist at
NIAGARA PALLS. N. Y., May 28.
The Hooker Development Com
pany's plant, one of tho largest
chemical concerns in America, is a
fceap of smoking ruins today. Fire
men are still working about the ruins
being careful to extinguish the last
vestige of fire lest an explosion occur
in the chemicals left in the wrcked
building. The loss is estimated it
Want to go to work without anyt
more "como-around-a-llttlo later?"
needs in the furniture and
house furnishing line. We
know that our goods
and prices will $T.and
comparison with aAa S BUFFETS
any and all. 4( ) jf A complete line
in Fumed, Early En
glish, Wax and Golden,
in prices that will suit you.
Let us send our man to measure your windows.
It will pay you to call here before you buy.
West Main Street, Next to Washington School, Tel., 1451
Florence Automatic Oil Stoves, Wickles6, Valveles, Blue Flame
This Time it is Improved City Property - -
OT 6 Block 1 Edwards place, 50x115, South faont on Edwards street
half block west of Riversice Avenue.
If you fail to see this place
you pass up the best bar
gain in city property in all
of Medf ord.
New 8-room house, large hall and closet, bath room, 4 bed rooms
on 2nd. floor, good well, cannot be duplicated for $3,000, on lot of
same value. My price this week $2800 will make reasonable terms
This is a Fine Cheap Home or a Good 10 per A. Investment.
See Mr. Coleman on the premises or phone 1071
Tf A T TRV Palm Building