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Uli I Ml I CT ION IN ILLINOIS.
Mr. It Dicnse iinn Mtualioii
'ir pen tern Hurt Nrar Lebanon
Hig, Da mime Suit Compromised.
;r-eUl to th Ir.'.i ir.a; olis Juurr.,..
TEERE HAFTE. Ind.. De. 3 Jacob Al
1 n. a colored yciv.z m.m of Paris, 111-,
was linr-.I by long df-tanee b bphone and
paid the hue. llf 'id this, too. notwith
standing that in- was it Illinois ami the
court In Indiana. I!--ides this lino of $3
and costs he Is. to pay $75 fur medical at
temi.ince on John Clark.
Allen ar:l Clark lived in Pari.-. 111.. and
wrro xivals for a y.iiii.s woman's affection, j
Whra she removed to Tern Haute Clai K
Ixrarno a resident of this city. One day
wIit.. Alien rode over on hi wheel n:id
ca!Id at the house he fcund Clark there,
whom h sh t on sight. At first it was
thought to ' a serious, wouu'l. but the doc
tor fixed him up and Allen was Jet off with
a line- for plain a:-auU ami buttery, of
which he was notithd by telephone
lti:iLII TO IIIS tltlTHS.
Hun uifri'tr l.i-nt-li ( oiiiinntM nu a
llccriit ri- Mnc Tost.
r t! In Ji!iiii.ili3 Journal.
KOKO.MO. lad.. I'tc. r.-State Natural
U.i. Stiper I.-or Iach made the follov.in.?
Matt inT.t to-Tas" relative! to the to?t of
the Chicago pip' h:v, made recently at
th.- . I. Ar V.. Railroad croiins:
Tlir' '..?ver has l, en a lotibt In my
ndtid .is to the rt-ult of ;i test of the pres
sure in the llti- cf the Chicago CIa Coni
j a;;y. I ! -ivr te --tM the pipi lines belonp
'.nx t th' ompany many times, in all
-?j'j::- of th- yar and at times when I
. n Mire t!i' employes of tbo company hail
i o kr.ow:- dsje that th" te?t was to bo
ii. hV. I always hu had fre aeess to
wll piofrty bclons'.n? to thi.-1 comrn.v
and in d ii'ion It ha Invited me to have
1 res nt any nurrtni of reputable. li?!ntT
rtd clttr'-a to wltn"i any testa that I
misrht de.dr.. Th-re air-ays have ben a
fr-w pr?o:is in the Ka- field who. for vari
ous rautts. have sought to discredit the
t it-- of thL oif!t. Whan th tet was mad-i
In cold wcithT fbe aid It should have
l'-n mad'- in hot w;.thei. and if the
wtithor wiis wov:p. I shcnUl have waited
rntll cold w ath-r." 1 h-;v dnrgol that tht
.'xa.H coiTipnr.y ;- wthhii; rny move
ments and won: sure tiiat if I would maku
a rontinnod te-t lor one wek. com pel l
!. th mmpnuy ij keep th'. pressure be
l m Ta.) i'our.ti-, Ch'.ciio won!; be o'l. uf
'In Nu.n.Ln, . I made a test cov-i-rinsr
a portod o! .-.ix ca3 Iti the i-resenco
f "i nnnde- :' leprüntatlve citizens of
sli' loralitv in v..kh the test wa? mado
and at iv tlrue cIM Ihu pressure rrjlftor
above pounds and much of the time it
eoristd'.-rably loTvr than that.
'Of 'Mini' H is vry Kratifylnir to nif; to
k:.o !iat tho j who have been doin
ferytl.lrs i-osMMc in the pst to discredit
K)'j work have to acknowledge, to thm-s:;ve:-
at leaat, tb.it I hav been iight and
t! t thyy wire wroiiK. Th recent tet
ip. i do by the railroad ornpany did not
show a rr-ure abvve L pounds. A part
of the-time it w;-. below tlv!. and this is
not hearfn?, hut !? th testimony of -vlt-t:e-ocs
who helped to tap tho line.
'Tn th ea.e decided by the Grant County
Ciicuit Court ye-derday the court held in
rry plain terms that ro evidence had
ho-n fctven tf chow t fcit the pas company
was maintaining an tmlawful pressurti and
this wtts five days after the plpo line
Lad iKen tailed.
"However much it is to be regretted that
our r antral as resources are beinjf trans
U or ted out of the State, the re5pon?ibillty
. annot be charged to mc." .
iiioHT.r mit )3iritonsnu.
Action Ori i; i nnl i hi; in Alnrion Connty
I Seltleil for JfSVMH.
r,-ciil to ih Xnuittrapous Journ-jl. "
LHPAXOX, Ind.. Dec. 5. The damage
case of John T. Houlihan against the In
dlanapoli? Union Railway Company lias
been compromised for Jx,t. Houlihan waa
a telegraph operator employed on the I5elt
In ly?9 he was struck by a loose engine
nnl, as h alleged, permanently Injured.
He brought suit In the Marion Circuit
Court for 25.oiO damages. A change of
venue was takn to this county, where tho
cae was tried twice. The first time the
jury failed to agree. The peeond time the
jury rturnd a verdict of tln, the' larg
est ever award.! In the Roon Circuit
Court. Judge Higglns reduced this judg
ment to Jl."i,c, and overruled tho motion
of the defense for a new trial. Pending
a rehearing, on order of the Supreme Court
the compromise was rearhed.
Minister Sur for Damane.
Special to the IndUr.upoli Journal.
WAHASH, Ind.. Dec. 5. The Rev. Albert
W. Sarah, a leading member of the North
Indiana Methodist Conference, who is
tatloned at Lagro, this county, began an
action to-day a?aint George Freeman, a
Wabash livery-table proprltor, for $G.O0
carriage for Injuries suffered three months
ago. Mr. Sarah took one of Freeman's
vehicles at the Wabash depot and. It is al
leged, tho hack -waa overloaded. The har
ness broko and the honte ran away. Mr.
Sarah jumping out and alighting: on his
head on the pavement. He avers that hla
Kull was fractured and that his mind
i-ince. has never been clear.
Appeal In llPinonttranrf C'aae.
Special to tho Indianapolis Journal.
KLK1IART, Ind.. Dec. 5. Herman Ko-
brugli. of Napp;nee, will appeal to tha Su
preme Court the deci-iion of the Lagrange
Circuit Court that the power of attorney
held good when remonstrators against
granting licenes delegated to attorneys
lowers to resist the granting of licenses
by the Potrd of Commissioners. The Elk
hart county board grunted Rosbrugh n,
license over the attorneys pretest, and the
anti-saloon people won in the appeal to
the Circuit Cv.tr Robrugh's attorneys
are preparing the appeal to the Supreme
SIY AF.AV MILLS
May He Added to the Midland Steel
Plant Mt Munele.
Kjoiüi t ?hi InJiai.aiolis J..jita.l.
MUNCIE. Ind.. iVc. .. Chirf Engineer
Ely, of the American Sheet Steel Company,
from Pittsburg, has completed the plans for
the long talked-of improvement for the
Midland steel works in Muncb and thtse
with tho estimated tost will be submitted
to the excutive board of the trust at the
January meeting for their consideration.
If the lmprotmcnt is ordered, as it is be
lieved that it will ti. six additional mills
will bo built on th" north end of the niill
at a co-t estimated at J.'i iou, and nearly
4"0 additional nwn will 1 given employ
ment. Superintend nt Rard says the improve
ment as proposed i to tako care of addi
tional business, and that it does rot mean
the dismantling of any plants at other
places. During the past few weeks orders
have accumulated until the works have
been unable to rill them.
WALKED OFF THE TRAIN.
Drcnliir County Man Madly Hurt While
ink In a n Nnp.
fc-jv.al to ti; IrvliaiKipoii J. uin.i'.
GREENSRFRC. fad . Dec. 5. -While Earl
Red. of Adam". Was returning from the
country last night, he found a well-dressed
man li:ig on the railroad, in the middle
of the track. He w.is Lady hurt and in an
Unconscious condition, keel succeeded in
removing him from hi perilous position
Ju.-t before the Kniekerbocker cxpres tamo
into ien. II. wa.- brought to this eity
aivi ttken to a phjshlan. who dre.-r.t his
Injuries, but it was seerul hours b. fote h.-raili-d
sufficiently to give an a -ount of
He aid hi n.me i- Frank Rowers, and
that he liw- pear Wetport, Decatur
coi:nt. II. vj returning troin ln!i map
o';t; on the accommodation train dn Inte
at t:.V. but wf'it to sie. j, ,,ti th ir.it:
kne ijtiiiu more until he re.i,:. .j con
se-iousness in tie ph fdchm's of!Tcv. about
: Ix hours afterward.-. He wr- riulns in I In
rear car. ami believes that he walked out
of the rfiir Ior while asleep, and lo
from the train.
five carpenters iiiht.
I'hII of n Sean'olel fHr l,claien
Causes SrrWim Injur!.
s-'r-oi.il to th In i:nioIi Jourral.
LERANON, Ind.. Dee. i. Five carp, liters
were injur, d this af lemon by the fallinK
of a 'iift'oI'J. They were working on a
barn on Philip Harlo's farm, south of town,
wiien. the accid. nt oct urrfl. Tito injured
a re :
JOHN JOXtS. out al.oii the race and
hurt intei na!!y.
O. POPPING. -left leg broken.
E A I i N E ST C A M I ' H E I J .
Tho !a.-t tlirr. n- büdly bruisol au-1 hurt
intrrnally. Jon ha.-- n?-n unconscious
TOW path sali: COMI'Lin F.ll.
AVork on l rnetioii Mut- Will He
l'iihe Itnpldly to om plet ini.
Special to the In JiT: uolis Jou'i.al.
KOKT WAYNK. Ind.. In 5. The sale of
tlie towpath alons: the old Wabash canal
from .Huntington to lasro perfected
btte this evening, the checks for the prieo
belnj; drawn by tf. L. XeU-on. superin-
tenden't of th South w-Ftcrn Traction Com- j
pany. to A. M. Iuk s. of I'ei u. The prict; j
was not Mrited. but was enough below what ;
was offreil Mr. DuVs some months ao :
to ifimbur.f ttie ompany ftr its pretense j
of building on a parallel right of way.
Mr. Nelson swys the Krad? for the intei
urhan is made half wrv from Huntington to :
Wabash and rails will be laid within two.'
l'HOn.VIILY FATAM.V lUIINHI).
.JefTeroii lllc Woman tlif ietim of n
;astliue Stove llxploion.
fecial to the InJi:tr.apjiis Journal.
JEFFERSOXVILM-;, Ind., Dec. Ü. A gas- J
oline stove in the home of Mrs. James M. j
Driggs exploded thin morning, throwing j
the burning fluid over Mrs. Rriggs and
burning her so badly that It is believed j
she cannot recover. The accident occurred
while she was preparing breakfast. Mrs.
Rriggs's body was entirely enveloped in
Humes and she ran into the yard, whero
her husband tore the burning clothes from
ber. In doing this h whs badly burned.
The right side of the unfortunate woman
ro ?? ily,l,.HkCH U !S bt!ierd ."V,-1?1 '
f im Hame and that it will bo ,
Impossible to save her life. The house was
badly damaged, and $300 which Mrs
had secreted in her clothing was burned to
ashes, a very little of it being in a fit con
dition to redeem.
YVKemnii Sentenced far tinnier.
PONTIAC. Mich.. Dev. 5. The prosecu
tion to-day finished the presentation" of its
case against Henrj- Wiseman, the con
fessed murderer of Mrs. Ellen Huss. After
Wiseman's attorney tatd wliat he hoped
to prove In ordr to secure ' a verdict of
manslaughter Instead of murder In the first
eUgree. Wiseman took the stand as .th
only witne?A in his behalf and told how he
killed thrt woman. H1 statement did not
vary from the confession made in Jackson
prison. Short arguments were made and
after the charge the jury retired. It "was
out about two hours, and returned a ver
dict of guiltj- of murder in the first de
gree. Wiseman asked for mrej-, but thw
court refusal to listen to his plea, and
after severely arralfrning th prisoner lor
his brutality, sentenced him to the State
Prison at Marquette for life.
How in m Countrnrliun Crew.
Special to the Indianapolis Journal.
PERU, Ind., Dec, 5.-Charles Fox. n con
struction foreman, aged sixty, in charge eiC
a number of colored men with w hom Ker.e
fick & Hunt have been grading the C, Jl. &
M. Railroad through this city, is said to
have-used abusive language to onef'the
men this morning, which was resented by
the negro. He knockeel Fox down and
kicked him about th face, inflicting pain
ful injuries, then fled by wading the Wa
bash river and going across liehls into the
country. One of the other bosses followed
and fired several shots after him, but tho
man kept goin;?. The people in general elo
not blame the colored man very much, as
the bosses are alleged to have carried on
the vrork. in the down-South fashion, which
finds little favor here. - Several complaints
have been maele against them in the courts.
Iloml Refused by- Fidelity Company.
Special to tho Indianapolis Journal.
ELKHART, Ind., Dec. 3. After 1. 1.
Abel had resigned as city treasurer be
cause he was found to be $9,jm) short, the
Democratic City Council elected cx-County
Treasurer E. A. Campbell, Democrat, to till
out the unexpired term. The Council
adopteel a rule reeiuiring that the treas
urer's bond be furnished by an indemnity
company rather than by private individ
uals, s had been the custom. The Fidelity
and Trust Company, of Ua'timore, which
was the successful bidder for the applica
tion for the $7'J.W0 bond required, has noti
fied the Council that it cannot execute the
bond, though no explanation is given.
Anderson Pavements Completed.
Special to the Indianapolis Journal.
ANDERSON. Ind., Dec. 5. To-day con
tractors completed the contracts for street
paving in Anderson, which have been under
way for the past three months. More than
$100.000 have been invested and Anderson
now boasts of having more miles of paved
streets than any other city of similar izo
in the State. The last brick was laid this
morning; a small army of employes was
paid off. 'To-night, at a special session of
the City Council, the work was accepted
and approved. The city has now a little
more than sixteen miles of brick and pine
Tnv Ferret Proposition Rejected.
Special to the In liitiapolid Journal.
ANDERSON, Ind., Dec. 5. The members
of the Madison County Council to-day re
fused to indorse the propesitien recently
presented to the County Commissioners to
employ a special tax ferret by an almost
unanimous vote. A proposition was made
to place and collect JM.OOO sequestered
taxes it: the county treasury for $10,0.
Th proposition was popular for a time,
but the memlKTs of the County Council,
when called to consider the question,
promptly rejected the offer, tho Republic
ans voting it down over the Democratic
Democratic Fifth! In Clark.
j t-'i'-eial t the In ILi'i lj-'lls Journal.
! JEFFERSON VILLE, rnd.. Dec. ä.-The
j Tight among the Democrats for appoint
; nient as police commissioner to succeed
i H. M. Frank, the Democratic member of
j the lhiard, who will retire early in January
I is Incoming heated. Mr. Frank v.-a ap
pointed In July of l' to rve the unex
pired term of J. S. Fry. who resigned. This
! short term in office has been so full of un
! pleasantness for Mr. Frank tliat he doe
' not care for another term. There are four
I avowed candidates in the light, J. B. Mur
I phy. J. Ira Dorsey. Fry Curry and George
state Soldier Home liiiee( ion.
ial to the in leinaioIi. Journal.
LAFAYETTE. Ind.. Dee. 3. The' State G.
A. R. Soldier.-' Home executive committro
arrived here to-day to inspect the plat e .s;d
the buildings. They are the guests of the
board of trustees, now In session her.
About a doz-ti members of this oommitl.e
i apMirtd by Commander Gsrricu. o Ko-
; komo. are Sir re. Col. W. 11. McLan. of
I Terre liante. i chairman. The committer
I will adopt .i in,.sure which i.- expeetrd to
j intluenec ; e,i.ty councils throughout the
I State in the matter of erecting toumv
j buildings at the p.-m.
Winona Director Meeting.
.ii to Vv Ii: ii i .i ikMl.- Jouiri.il.
; WARSAW. Ind.. Dm . .V A meeting of di
, rectors of the Winona A st-mbly was ii. Id
hep- this tiiorpip to arrange i :r r -e.i.nn s
plosr.lt nil at;d to linke plilis for tile boy'
! iudu.-iriil m ho.ij at Winona. Amiomr tln-.-e
pi-.'o'U v. rn i Pon:.i; Kane, of hi-i r'go: S.
I c. lu- k y. Indiauapclis; E. F. Yarnelle ,-nd
ha-- just returned from Europe, wlo-re he
stuh-I f 1 11; b e tun- talent, ami ne-xt yiar's
j .rsr:.Tr:r;c v ill le an rxcdlcnt one.
S ii I tl of n Surrotviiiu N'omuii
, ? i f -c I a ! to thr In liai:i;-Ü3 Journal.
KVAN.SVlI.Li:. Jn.l.. I. -. 3.-Mrs. 1U-
! inla A. la korle, tliirty-liw years oll and
tin- wil'o of a saloon keppor at Carmi. 111..
i c-oinrnittt 1 j-i:i i. lu re by juinpinj; in the
i rhr somo 1 i i n . last ni-ht. Sh" bit hr
i hat. Hoafc ami j.o. kt thook, th- latter n-
1 tainins: so:r,.- tnonvj- an-1 her adilr. ss. lviiv
on a il'H-k win re sho simposcil to "
takfn the fatal j.tunpri . Sho has. l- n
: jjrieviii,- over tlie t!oath of an adopted boy.
Will I'uforee tin-. ;iiim- l.ai.
S - i.il t tl; In li imp.. lis Journal.
TKIlIii: HACTi;. Ind.. Dee. :..-TI.e laini
( ra betwi-cn hen- and Clinton on th wvr.t
sid- of the Wabash rivtr ha" form d an
j association ftr th prosecution of huntfrs
who violate the ,'anie law. It is called the
1 K.irnitrs' Protective Asso. ialion, and the
; inemb rs have posted o.i thir jiroj.erti s
' w. inline to hunttrs tliat each farmer is
pledß.il to na sonally sr that the law is
I strktly enforced, especially as to Sunday
Yllr Coon Killed in I iiion.
special to the In.hai.apolis Journal.
FN ION CITY, Ind., Dee. Ö.A bright i
vellow form wns kill.il bv a nirtv if hon!- I
crs last night in the marsh near Ilanis- ;
ville, two miles west of this city. The old-
est hunters here have nev e n anything
like It. and It is tin ir opinion it is the only
one of tin- kind in existeneo. The fur is
fine and silky ami the animal is unusually
large. It has been scut to Chicago, where
it will be mounted.
j Sofiiul to tl-; In il;u:a:--eli Journal. j
I RICHMOND. Ind., Dec. 3. Th- Peace
I Association of Friends in America, ol ;
which H. Eavina Daily, of this city, is ;
j secretary, has issued an address to the f
I member of the. denomination, nixing the ;
I observance of peace Sunday. This will j
be Dec. 1,". The address suggests that the ;
i collections taken be devoted to the cause.
of peace, half to go to the yearly meetings I
and half to the national association. j
FX ION CITY. Ind.. Deo. ."..Mrs. Martha
A. Wilson, formerly a teacher in the pub
lic, school here, is dead after a long illness.
She was the mother of ". S. Wilson, of
the Knapp Supply Company, and 15. 15.
Wilson, the well-known horseman, former
ly connecteel with the Western Horseman.
She was sixty-four years old.
this evening. auVd ninety-two. 1 le was
the oUWsl eitler in De Kalb county, and
!,...,. itl ,i,iv ..n ..r h.. s;t
KOKOMO, Ind.. Dec. ä. Ruth Allison.
aged eighty-six. died bete to-day. She was
the last of a large family. She lived with a
niece, Miss America Allison.
RICHMOND. Local members of the
llathbone Sisters have been untitled that
th täte organization is now ready to
1 urcha.'-e a. ito for the Mate I'ythtan or-
plianape. A well located farm Is desired.
The women have, raised nearly Jii.um. which
thry have tni Interest. The location will
be determined by the inducements offered.
Harry E. Penny. Cambridge 'ity,
has been reappointed deputy grand master
of Wayne county Odd Fellows.
NORLES VILLE. Thieves attempted to
burglarize the postotlico in this city
Wednesday night. Entrance was gained
through a rear window. W. C. Vance, the
postmaster, on entering tin- office Thürs- j
day morning, found a. lot of tools on the !
floor and tho safe badly damageil. The j
safe was locked when found and required
much wetrk to open it. When opened, how
ever, it was found that nothing was miss
ing. LAFAYETTE. Tho John Peter Kile me
morial addition to th home hospital was
formally opened on Thursday, with after-
noon and evening receptions. The addition
was built by a gift of llO.öfm made by. John '
I'eter Kile, of this city, the new structure
is two stories high and built of brick, it
was furnished by a gift made by Mr. and
Mrs. David Elliot, of Crane, this county.
KOKOMO. Early Thursday
Turnkey Applegate heard prisoners sawing ,
ai me county jau. runriii Harness came ,
up with a revolver just as the prisoners
wre escaping, and by firing a shot at the
leader, Henry Howies, prevented a whole
sale delivery. Howies is accused of Ining
one of the Clevenger gang, wanted for rob- i
bins a clothing store at Frankfort.
TEURE HAUTE.-Jesse Moore, recently
paroled from the Michigan City Prison,
was arrested for threatening to shoot Ids
wife, who is suing for divorce. Moore says
he was trying to sheot himself and not
his wife, when she interfered. He says
he will kill himself as soon as he gets out
of jail, but the prison authorities have been
notified to send for him
Dr. C. P. Lucr. pastor of
Church, in Anderson, who
eration a few davs ago for
underwent an operation
appendicitis, has rallied wonderfully, and
his attendant physician's pronounce him
entirely out of danger. Dr. Luce is very
popular in Anderson and is ranking member
of the Muncie Presbytery. He was believed
at one time to be beyond all help.
FORT "WAYNE. Hugh Stewart, a local
Republican politician, quite active in coun
ty anel state conventions, is very ill with
some brain trouble resembling paresis,
complicated with Bright' disease. His re
covery is in much doubt. He was an em
ploye of the Fifty-fourth Congress and has
many acquaintances In Washington.
PETERSBFRO. On Wednesday after
noon the Board of Commlssiemers of this
county awarded the rock road contract to
Fratik Jean, ol' Worthlngton. The system
consists of twenty-five miles of road in
Washington township and will cost ?,6CS.
Work will be begun at once.
LAPORTK. The Rev. David R. Francis,
pastor of the Christian Church at New Car
lisle, has accepted a call to Sullivan.
SCORES OF BILLIARDISTS
STANDING OF PLAYERS i
Sloit and Ramtel Tied with Ttvo
Win" Each Oni C. Morn
iiiuinr First Vietory.
NEW YORK, Dec. 5.-Seeii of the fif
teen games ef billiards scheduled for the
International championship, which is now
In progress at the concert hall in Madison
spiare Garden, have been completcel and
mt- jMauumg or me imjjuh ioiious: suns-
son anel Barutel have won two games each
and lost none: K. h.iefer w on the onl v ea me
he played; button won one and lost two
and Morningstar has won one and lost
two. while Howisou is the only jdayer who
has failed to gain a winning bracket, three
games lot being marked against him.
The game to-night between Student"
Slosson and Howisou was rather one-sided,
the New York player winning by 1 to the '
Canadian's There was plenty of goed
plays during the game, but no big runs ,
such as were looked for, with Slosson play- ;
iug Iiis second of the series. In to-night's
game Slossort's high runs w re 13. 31. '
a trage. S Hwison's high runs were
3ö. IT. 15. average. 4 1MX
The ;amf this afternoon between tjeorgc
Sutton, of Chicago, and Ora C. Morning
star, of Rochester. Ind.. was well conte.-t-ed.
and while the ha'.iana player won hy a
beore of 1"" to 37ä, the aplaus.- was equally
diviib'd. as throughout the latter jiart of ,
the game Sutton, who had previously 1. -en
in the lead, was forced to play up hill and
did so in such a clever stx le that the issue
was In doubt up to the IiM ft-w strokes.
Morningstar made the ho-iml b. st run up to
that time in the tournament, as he made
sixty-two caroms in his nit.enth iimint;.
Mornln$sar"s high runs wre 1, 4'..
average. 2-L Sutton's hih runs wuc
51. 4.".. i", average, 3:i-L.
So oi, in the South.
LOF1SV1LLE. Ky.. I.c. ...- One to two
1 iie-h.-s of snow fell this alteriioon at Mein
i phi- and iiattanooga. Tenu.. and 1 lolly
UpriiiR. Okolona and Oxford. Miss. Sne.w
i fallltfx to-tdht at Charlotte. N. C.. and
throughout middle and upper booth Caro-
FOOTBALL TEAM BANQUET i
i'iitmi: i:i.f.vi:v iionii:i) nv the
r iri'irv ami sTi di:m.
i:iabut'Hte Irim niul Mnnj lnU
llsiskft Hall nt Franklin I. I .s
Sie-clal to tho Iiiiimapolis Jourr.il.
LAFAYKTTK. Ind.. Dee. 3. To-night In
the Purdu1 gymnasium was hld the an
nual football bampiet in honor of the lil
team. Over three hundred participated in
the function. Daniel IT. Storms was toast
master. The following toasts were given:
"Greeting," Dr. W. E. Stone; "Purdue
Athletic Association." President L. M.
C.rant; "How the City Sees ls." J. D.
Caldwell: -The Pnst." Captain J. F. fj.
Miller: "The Future." Captain II. J. Les
lie; "The Athletic Spirit." Prof. S. M. Coul
tr: "ReminiseenceF." Dr. W. H. IVters:
"The Tvpieal American Game," J. II.
Kemerer; "The True Athletic Hero." W.
If. Freeman: "The Student Uody." U. D.
Wilson: "If the lVonle Only Knew,"
Coach A. P. Jameson; "How Managers
Feel." Manager J. W. F.sterline: "Present
ation of Ps,' " Prof. W. K. Hatt; "Ad
ciiss." J'rrd". Umma McRac.
Ureat enthusiasm pYevaihd. An elabor
ate menu was M-rved. It was by far the
most successful function of the kind in
the hi.-turv of the association.
MAY ;0 TO WISCONSIN.
Pat O'llea Has Ileen Awki'tl to Conch
I lie Yiiroity Football Team.
Sp.ei.ii to the in liur.Tpolis Journal.
SOFTH REND, Ind.. Dee. 5.-Pat O Dca
may .succeed Phil King as coach of the
Wisconsin football eleven. He has received
an offer from the Wisconsin institution.
This tends to show that Wisconsin is to
follow out a system of graduate coaching.
O'Dea as captain of the South Rend Ath
letic Club eleven had much to do with the
winning of the Western Athletic Club
championship, und .'es coach of the Xotro
Dame Hoven credit must be given htm. for
thu winning of the Indiana championship.
He played full back for Wisconsin for four
cars. and in 1ST9. when he captained his
it am, lu- w on the Western championship.
As a coach he has been a great success,
developing the green men of Notre Dame
into one of the strongest elevens of tno
West, ranking between the first and second
Frnnklin ( olleue llnskct Hall.
Special to the Indianapolis Journal.
FRANKLIN, Ind., Dec. e.-Prof. W. E.
KnKion, the gymnasium director, is en
ileivoiing to organize a basket ball team.
Owing to the shaie and arrangement of the
college gymnasium it is not suitable for
basket ball, and Prof Emerson is endeavor
ing to seeurc some building where the game
can be played. There is material In college
for ;i good team if it can be developed.
Slate I iiirrmlt) Captaincy.
Special to the Indianapolis Journal.
RLOOMINGTON. Ind., D ?c. 5. A spirited
tontest is on in athletic circles over the
selection of a. captain for the ir02 football
team. Two candidates are being voted for
"Red' Smith and Ruekrr. For three days
the ballot has resulteel seven to seven, and
the friends of each vow that they will
stand by their man. A third candidato
may be insisted upon as a compromise.
ITH DIE OTES.
nlnuhlc Instrument E&chniiKed
vtitli AVincoimin Personal Item!.
Special to th- In h enapolis Journal.
LAFAYETTE. Ind.. Dec. 5.-Purdue ha3
recently exchanRed some valuable machines
with Wisconsin Fniversity. It received last
week a large wave machine for a new pat-
lern of galvanometer, recently designed by
the physics department. Tlie wave machine
originally cost $257, and is intended to show j
tho propagation in space of plane waves j
ami waves of three dimensions. j
John H. D. Thompson, '00, who holds the !
State low hurde record, is now in the em- j
ploy of the New York Central, in New York
citv. He is a member of the Twenty-second
Regiment athletic team and last week ran
the hurdles in Madison square uaraen in a
Myron Späths, ex-'id. who ilayed end on
Purdue's feiotball team several years, played
I In that position this year on the All istars
j tfam: ofPi
j cili'? ,y , ,,
i rh.e ri,vU 1M
team, or lJittsburg. a team composed pnn-
1 Eastern players.
ngineering department has just
receiveel a hue series of bridge photographs
and papers collected by Thomas Curtis
Clarke, the distinguished American brlde
engineer. The collection Is very valuable
irom an historical and instructional stand
point. The Jlee and Mandolin Clubs will give a
vaudeville entertainment in the Grand
Opera Heaise Dec. 13. A number ejf special
features will lend it additional interest to
The Kappa Sigma and Sigma Nu frater
nity football game is to be played on Sat
urday afternoon before a select gathering
of society people, students and nonde
scripts. It positively will be the greatest
show of the season. Later on thv tugma
Alpha Epsilon will play the winners for
the interfraternity championship.
Oper Houtre C Ins FIrIiI.
SJpei ijl to the In-lianapolis JuiirnaT.
FRANKLIN'. Ind., Dec. .'.-The lower
classmen of of Franklin College, indulged
in a class "scrap"' this afternoon that lasted
nearly two hours. At times the tight was
very three, hut no one received anv elam-
ago beyond a lew bruises and torn clothing.
Hy common consent both claws ceased
hostilities about 4:3". as thp men on both
sides were nearly worn out. and the affair
ended with everyone on good terms. The
light was caused by the sophomores at
tempting to break up the freshmen meet
ing, which had been announceel for 3 o'clock
this afternoon, and when the freshmen be
gan to arrive a few minutes before 3 they
found the reom in possession of the sopho
mores, and a free-for-all light followed. A
sophomore meeting has been announced for
to-mrrow afternoon and the freshmen
threaten to eluplieate the actions of th1
h tlie Natty Young; W oman HoiiKlit
n ml Smoked a Ciuar.
New V nk Letter hi Washington Star.
new journalism continue to move
, ,.jKnt ;,!ong en its greased skids. The other
! afternoon a natty-looking young woman.
i i i i. i .
I 1,11 1 !'! 1 into a tonaccn
tust s shop, oug into her change purse,
threw $1 on He counter, and said in a
matter-of-fact tone to the man behind the
"Threo for a half, phase."
Th" cigar man handed out a box ef cigats
of the tliree-for-a-half variety, the imtty
Iookiug yout:x woman selected her three,
put t!ie i ml of one of them in the- automatic
euttir. lighted it in a highly blase manner,
and strolieel out. putting away like any
trousered rouiab r. She continued to smoke
on her cigar with great apparent enjoyment
as she walked leisurely down Rroadway,
nod she appeared to be oblivious of the
crowd of vrchins and men that surrounel- !
cd le r and began to follow her. She smiled ?
amiuhlv when bi Rroadway cop walked
up lo her and put her under arrest for dis- !
on.U rly eonduct, and she very reluctantly !
threw away le r cigar when told to do su j
by the policeman. At the station the cop ;
duly charged her with disorderly conduct !
and attracting a crowd, and the young ;
v. otnan was put i:ite the hands of a matron j
and locked up.
Which was prec is.-- what she wanttxl.
' She w.is attached to one of the "new je.:r
nals." and she wanted to investigate the
eond'.Mt of a eaitain iMilhe matron, who
has bee. i charged at afious times this year
of bin;-; exceedingly harsh to arrested
women. Tin- iiattx -looking 'oimg woman
I didn't kiiow of any nicer. iaf-r way f get
ting herselt arrestcfl than by the method
j she c!'e. Her "story." of the treatment
i die ree.-iveti at the- hands of th' oliep rna
j tron hasn't appeared M. but it Is due
' shortly. YeUowisia is getting to be a pretty
, deit thing o. r this way.
At the regular meeting of
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RULINGS FOR HORSEMEN
DECISIOS RENDERED BY THE TROT.
TING nOAllU OF REVIEW.
O Ulcer of the Wefiell OIa. Driv
ingr Association Expelled for
Not Enforcing; Rules.
NEW YORK, Dec. 5. The Trotting
Board of Review was in executive session
all afternoon. J. B. Jones., of Wcllsville,
manager' of Ononda Maid, the horse alleged
to be Choral and a ringer, told Secretary
Gocher this afternoon that William Duke
had arrived here from England yesterday
and had gone to Wcllsville and that his
affidavit that Choral was in his stable in
England would be made to the board.
-mong- in aecu-ion ui wie uay vit-.
! In the Gloria case, "we rind that Gloria
i .n.i ht n th ?-n naee at West field.
Muss., Oct. 23, li)l. in which there was an
intentional misrepresentation of the time
and that her driver knew that he had
been fraudulently timed, requested it and
accepted it, and that both the said horso
and F. P. Fox, the driver, stand cliseruali
fied under Rule 41."
In the Fox cas?: "F. P. Fox was guilty
of misconduct and shall be suspended until
further order of this board."
In the Westfield case proper "the f dlow-
ing persons, composing the new Westileld
Driving Association, .of Westlieid, Mass.,
to-wit: F. F. Mosely. president. G. M.
shley, vice i resident, anel Charles M.
Goodnow. secretary and treasurer, shall
with the said association, stand ex-
; pelled for failure to enforce the rules of the
National Trotting Association at the meet
iw htd in Westlich!. Mass., Oct. Li to
Nov. 1 inclusive.
The secretary is instruct-
I ed to brintf cases against the judges and
! timers for suDPrfBaing the correct time at
said meeting and for publishing laiae time,
and also against nueh drivers and owners
as knowingly accepted and acquiesced in
such fraudulent time and against such
horses as won heats In which fraudulent
time was given out."
Thiirmlny HnniiliiR Races.
o VKLAND. Mllafl. 2 to 1; Flamero. even;
Nonie. 5 to 1; Darllne, 8 to 1; Duckoy, 5 to
2: Merops. 10 to 1.
vt.-w- vn LEANS. Automaton. S to 1;
nrcn 1?; to 1: Clessando. to
hy, 4 to 1; Beana, even; Mr. Phlnizy. 4 to 1.
GENERAL SPORTING NEWS.
Morris Rauch is scheduled to light Joe
Sherlock at South F.end on Friday niht,
tie- bout to be ten rounds.
Perry Queenan knocked out Dick Cha.-e
in the eleventh round at Seattle, Wash.,
l ist night.
The He nley pvdo teum. of Rit htnond.. had
no trouble In winning from the Muie-ic
Rovals at Richmond last night by tie score
of t to 1.
The racintr at OaklKtid. Cal.. yesterday
was marred by an accident. Diderot, the
odd-on favorite in the mile race, was
crowded nd though Hoar fell off the boy
scaped Injury. Lode--t.r. who cut across,
the field, waa'disquallfied for fouling, atier
ltni-hlng tYdrd. Rlrkenruth. wnn ro.ie him,
w.is suspended for fifteen daj s tor loiil
in the boxing contest at Oshko.-h. Wis.,
int niaht between Martin Duffy and Otto
Sleloff. the former was glxrn the decision
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light was in Sieloff's favor, he doing most
of the leading, but In the latter part of
that round he received a vicious uppercut
which sent him down for the count. He
recuperated from tho blow and continued
tho tight, but the seventh round lost him
the fight. George Slier was referee.
James Whitlield. the new Western Rase
ball League president, says: "President
Powers, of the National Association, wires
me that he is with us in our fight and that
the National Association's support should
at no time be in doubt. The Western
League will be. conducted on business prin
ciples." T. J. Hickey, late president of the West
ern Rail League, last night scored the
magnates of the league for alleged efforts
to discre'dit him with cities in his new
American Association. He saj- requests for
franchises from good points continue to
come in. He says he will hold Toledo and
The president of the International Olym
pian committee, llaron Pierre De Coubertin,
of Paris, has written a letter to President
Roosevelt, asking- him to accept the honor
ary presidency of the Olympian games to
be held in Chicago in 11. says the Paris
correspondent of the New York Tribune.
The letter lian been given to Ambassador
Porter for transmission to the President.
Some weeks ago William C. Whitney sur
prised the turf world by announcing1 that
he would not again race horses in England,
but recently he has changed hi plans, the
New York Herald says, for ho now an
nounces that his trainer In England, John
Huggins, will go back there after a short
sojourn at Hot Springs. Ark. Ineiuling
Volodyovskl. the Derby winner, there will
bo seventeen horses at Heath House.
According to the New York World. Theo
dore MoJklnten. once a crack horseman of
the German army, will attempt to break
the world's record for long-distance riding.
The record is now held by a cavalryman In
the German aimy, who rode from Rerlin to
Vienna in eight days, and a half. From New
York to Chicago the distanc e is great r,
but Medkinten proposes to make tlie trip
on one horse, and t!o it In seven days.
District Attorney Hurlhurt, of Ogdrns
burg. N. W, has ordered the sheriff to ar
rest ex-Champion Joint L. Sulllan If he
attempts to give a sparring exhibition.
Sullivan has engaged with hl edd sparring
partner, George Rush, to appear at several
towns. A large audience gathered at Pots
dam last evening, the sheriff, district at
torney and his assistant among them, to
see one of the exhibitions. Sullivan came
to th footlights and made a speech and de
clared the match olT fur the present. Ef
forts, are being made to have the authoii
ties keep thir hands off.
ARREST OF A COUNTERFEITER.
laeoli llrill Caiiitht 'l'riiiu t Pass
Hokiis Gold mill Sitter Pieces.
KANSAS CITY. Dee. 3.-Jaeob Rri'd, eu
Louisville, Ky., was urpsied lure to-day
charged w ith e ount t f citing. He was try
ing to pass counterfeit live-doll ;r gold
pieces and silver do'l irs when arrested.
At his room ti complete outfit of counter
feiters' tools was found. According to
Drill's own story Je was recently r leased :
from the Kentucky P : itcuti.irv , where he
srvcd a six-car se-ntene.- for counterfeit- !
ing. The police h-r. say is an e . rt
counterfeiter. Ptlil s:iys he has no con- !
U derate and has oass.-u much spurious
He e t.me -h re ebrectly frun
Effort to Impeach i.y iich'n Tentlmon.!
CHICAGO. Dee-. 5. --The defending law
yers In th trial of Alexander Sullivan for
alhgid eon--piraev trhd to eiffcr pro if to
elay th.it ex-R.illiff Janus J. Lxnch. the
accusing witn- s. was a i'iry bribr long
before be tn t Snlüv.i'i. They produeel a
ne w witiics in Micha! l"! in. a saloon
keeper, at.d att- nipte 1 to imp ae!i Lymii's
t si iniod: . Several other witne? es .r"
t tr.e' I in both inornit"-: and afternoon :s
tions. atel Lynch, who had lieen exeuscvl
c.-teielay, wai called lo th stand iigaln.
and Good Life
CORBETT IS INDIGNANT
HE SAYS HE WILL Mt'E II A N D.M. A STEH
INN ES FOR DAMAGES.
1IC Deniea that There I Any Founda
tion for Charge .tgnhmt Illuiaelf
Will Re-Later the Hin.
James J. Corbett, who has been named
as a corespondent in the divorce suit ut
Pandmaster Innes, ef New York, against
his wife, made a statement yesterday after
noon lo a Journal reporter as to the etep
he will pursue in the matter. Corbett ! e j
:iot like the noteriety that has ben forced
upon him. and he will brinjr suit agnlnst
the noted bandmaster in an effort to le-
"I will go to court and hue Mr. Innes for
damages," said Coibett. "That man had
no right to implicate mo In his domestic
trejut!. I am acquainted with Mrs. lnm,
but the charges made against tne by her
husband are absolutely groundless. I un
derstand that he claims there are feiur
men who are open to this charge, nam
ing me a." one of them. Why shendJ
he give my name and bring it before the
public in fuch a matter? I will tell you.
It is because I am well known and he
hoped to advertise himself ami heap no
toriety upon me. Hut I will settle with
him when we are face to face. I will make
it the most personal affair he ecr had and
will force him to retract everything he has
tali about ine. Furthermore, if I am in
New York or near that city when the di
vorce case is tried I will volunteer to gi
upon the witness tand in Mrs. Innes's be
half in erde?r to xonerate Pa r .nd mjslf
ef the Jnfamoeis nnrg' mad." by her hus
band." After e'orbett bjl dd down te a n r
mal state he agreed to talk a little of his
plan when his vaudeville contract is
ended. lie said that h will surely enter
the prlre ring again, and will is-uc a chal
lenge to Jeffries next spring.
"You see there will he a revhal in the
boxing game next ye.:r. and I want to j,t
Into it." said Corbett. "I will 0o i.ft.r
Jeffrle-s because he holds th- title .f ham
plon. 1 wi'.l le willing to sh.n art! s with
him on almost any terms. We cot:!. I j-ur ly
g t a big purse. fur the puMio na!iii
that we are the be st f:ght rs in the w !J.
I am slightly out of rov.dltl":i now, bat
will tiem liia training i.ext spring and
will 1 able to get into shae in a Ii w
v. -'ks tine' ."
Coit'ett and his company will pi. m
Cincinnati nit vek. and whlh there he
may close a deal for tin purchase of a e
I of th largest MifiL'.'u and eafes in that
I Corbett was askd whether a champion
should draw tne color JSin and re-ruse to
met colored nghtcr lu th.e r!i g. He
that h haul never t fused to facht a i oh rid
man who was a good l.ox.r. but it was a
nueion that was within th- Ilse r-t l-"u f
the nghter and e tc that might ar.-vered
by the public. Willi" Corbett was t ilkit
be showcl h knot on hi liht vrjst thai
had Hpiesred during tie I ay.
"When I fought Ji hn L. Sullixan 1 in
1urv'l luv rlht hand the last blow 1 ftrie k
Seilivan," said Corbett. "but this 1s tht
iirr.t time 1 have tvtr noticed the lui: p
on ray ?rtt."