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WANTS TO FIGHT FITZ

frank Hall* of Anstralia, WhoOnre Stopped Him.

THE GODFREY-KILRAIN MATCH.

pjfr Men Heard Blancheprobably in Training?Gossip About

John L. Sullivan and Slavin.

gA3iF*A*r ",c" eonferpnee the greatest historicalsf ?)L ,D annala. The leading plarkao**T J*w agreement is the centralization of"*tion*lLeague, the American Aaso-"al from

hereafter if a player thinks hetr> *ted Justly he can art indepeud-

kn m. m *D a*er or hia president, and throwtoiUL* ? Band* of the board. If the* elub overreaches himst-lf or is

,*>me *? ' the board thinki, *le of haaeoall, the

a. (~?*. ? powr-r to simply wiiie him from11 the. earth.r added that the reserveT**nt in question at any time dnr-

- ue conference, but continued to stand*nx-k. The players who were

\u25a0 before the revolt are now niem--1 ?\u2666 ' t.\e clubs, and will r a 1,000. w ,i,

a,

v by re>>-nue crtit-ers on a M'; ing without stamp*.

P fr.fopty H onnr.

r 'oaight r mtn.te.l ( h*riit has been m-" V'Jal 'Sht in nets or otherWees 1 ,to American corfs>ra-

toThe ""'S- re entitled10 me pm liege of free enlrv her jl.vi

Sda S Ul,der the ' aws ofof f' ; . co"J posed pri ncipa] I v?it *3- stockholder,. are ,b-IT ,lu *y. notwithstanding the;.^ r^-" sn 'n ?r>; ** operated by Ameri-

.HO *"HTHE ITYALLtP ODD RECTIOMt.C.ro.t Interest ?* T.cotnn in Northern

racfftc's Claim.TACOMA Jan. i().?Jacob C. Maun, acapitalist of this city and one of the heavi-

est buyers of \ alentine scrip, with whichto secure tide lands, is feeling verv self-congratulatory today over the assertionsmade by Chief Counsel Mi-Naught yester-Jrn pIS I' o, w li? e effm that thc?,? 1 would claim the odd sections ofnni i?

Puyallup Indian reservationunder Its land grant. For sev-*ra. t , days Mr. Mann has beenu'ith k ar s^"ine , thafl l,arrin K a treatywithithe Indian* later than that of iv>i,

~fl"P,a9 nc *>"w, and undoubt- TOW. r^a 'ni the odd sections in-rl". n \n .Lhe "Ration, from the simplelaft that the odd sections had been grantedto the railroad company previons to thegranting of land in severalty to the In-

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