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Meat Packers Score
Chicago, Juno 1 Success having at
tended the efforts of Franklin Mnc
Veagh, president of the National Civic
Federation, in his Intercession with
tho Union Trnetlon Company on behalf
of the street ear employes tho differ
ences of the striking stoelt)ard team
tiers are to be taken up In tho same
fashion. At n meeting of tho Federa
tion of Labor tonight It was said that
an appeal should bo made to James H.
Kekles, president of tho Commercial
National Hank, to tnko up the team
sters' cause with the packers. Mr.
Kekles is a member of tho Industrial
committee of the Nutlon.ri Civic Fed
ciatlon. The appeal will bo made to
morrow. Under the cover of Sunday quiet the
packers scored heavily on tho striking
teamsters and succeeded In filling all
their distributing stations about town,
except those in the Fulton market Thu
move hy the packers camo unexpected
ly All was done quietly and quickly.
The cai loids of meat which havo been
standing on sidetracks wero sent to the
stations and unloaded, he wns brought
frou thu j mils on tho cars and by
evening all was ready for toiuorrow'H
TO CURC A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tnko Laxative liromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money It It
falls to euro 1C. W, drove's signature
Is on each box. 26 cents.
The races at Knplolant Park jester
day wuic attended bj n crowd of over
two thousand prrpla. This of courso
refers to the niteudnnce rn tho Insldo
of tho mound When It comes to nj
calculation of tho people who watched
liio raccH from tho outside of the
fence thcru were fully two thousiud
It Is gencrnlty admitted that tho
Joe Up Club would pull out of this
jcn.s eents In Rood shape ovpn If
nnl the locos of estordv) wero Pit
in Into consideration
certain that there
However It N
IK be another
laige attendance at tho races Saturda)
afternoon gimranteelng another largo
sum ot money to tho Jodie) Club
The large crnndstnnd of the Jockey
Club wns verj well filled both upstairs
nnd down and on thnt portion of tho
Inside part of tho track closo'lo tho
Judges' stand, were In the neighbor-
hood of two hundred carriages, In
man of which were contained hcautl- not touch his mount with tho whip
fill women eager for tho sport of tho while Nullah was getting It In good
day Ishape I
The local racing organization Is to' Intermission for Lunch.
be congratulated on tho success It! ti t li o end of this race Judge A N.
made of the 11th of June events. No Tripp announced a recess until 1 30
better racing has oer been seen on o'clock for luncheon, the band played
tho trnck here Tho only thing lack- Hawaii t'onol" as In the old dus and I
Ing was tho enthusiasm which was t,en tilt, mnjor portion of tho crowd'
such n feature In the old daj s This, died out nnd across to the TIoana, th
however, cannot bo laid to the Jockey Wnlklkl Inn, Hotel Annex nnd othot
Club, for thej succeeded In placing on ri forts to refresh themselves i
the progtam events that should hnvo Qulnn Drives Well.
railed forth the wildest Mnd of enthu-t Fifth IlacoHnnler Cup. t.ottlng and
6ln3m The only time when tho crowd Uclng, free for all, best three In fho
rean got woriieu upto tnc point wnen
fcomo of those present didnt caro
whether the) Jumped out on tio track
or not wns nt the finish of the Welter
wui v milt uvuu ui-ui niiu
The hand added materially to tho
pleasure of the dn plalnj llely airs
from the timo tho races began In the
forenoon until they wero brought to n
close in tho nfternoon '
The oliicers of the day did their
work well and hurried the rnces along
ns milckly ns possible. Tho events
were, as a general thing. cry clean
anu ireo rrom unpiensani (iispiues.
mu iiuiici-, uuiict inu uuiu .iiirti.w,.
lor cupiuui uuuvrt nuin iur-
ucr, must uo given creuiiior mo spien
. . -. ......
mu wont mcy urn in mo mailer 01
kee-pliig tho people- from encroaching
on tno u-nch. mrici orucr in every
place was kept throughout tho dny.
At ono stage during tno progress or
tho day's events, an on'er was given
to clear tho press box ot all except
ninmhnra rt i rmaa 'I'hn lnv iirna
":,:i,i ",:'", ;.ij; r.;v. ,,"r
t,l ..UK nn.. n. t. ,. nt iUn mnn ,.
uiu nil i uiiu j inu ui mu tttcii nnu
i i. u t .T. !. i
mil lomoimo uiu m mo ucue iu ra
the incos, hut this was quickly over
The mm In charge of tho races had
expressly stated that nono hut news
paper men would bo nllowed In the
did crowd In and the result wns that
n, ( .h.ir. n,,..i, cr D,
members of the press
Nullah Wins First Race.
Plrst Jlnco Union 1'ced Co's cup,
1 2 miie dash, frco for all. Purso 100.
Entries. G. S. McKcnzlo's Nullah, !i
cars old, by Imp. Alntrec Lad) Augus
ta; It. Uallentlno's Molllo Connors, s.
ni . b) Imp. Krlar Tuck Clara L , 4
jearu, A. Domingo's Lono, s. h , slrn
unknown, dam unknown
Itnco won by Nullah In :4D 3 5 with
It wns nt nbout twenty five minutes
after 10 that this, tho first roco of tho
day. was started off. JIolllo Connors
led but Nullah soon took tho lead and
maintained It. Toward tho end, Mo
lip Connors closed up tho gap consld
ernlily but was not good enough to
Cyclone's Two Straight,
Second Unco Trotting nnd pacing.
2 30 class, best two In three,
150. Untrlcs: J. C. Qulnn's Cyclono.
bllt. g, nged, slro unknown; dam un -
known, S I, Shaw's Hilly Lcmp, h g
aged, by Dawn, dam unknown, L II
Decs Albert M . fl g, aged, by Illustri
ous, out of Almont, D II. Lewis' Oak
Orove, h g, nged, b'y Prlnco Dexter,
out of Odetta.
rirst bent Albert M took tho polo.
Oak drove second HiTly Lcmp third,
nnd Cvtlone on tho outBlde It was nn
ensy thing for Cyclono, nltTiough Al
bcrt SI did lead In tho llrst part of tho
ruo I.ennm showed un very badly.
tin fllllah linlwpnn Alliorl t nml (v.
cluno wns very close.
C clone wins first heat In 2 27 1 5
Second hent Cclono led off and
had It all his own way from tho stmt.
Limps showed up In much better
snapo and kc pt closo to Cyclono from
tho three quarters, the two making a
vcr pretty finish, with Lcmp not
more than a length behind
C) clone wins tho second heat and
thu rare In 2 22 3 D
Rice's Pony Stops Short.
Third ilaco I'olo ponies Owners
to ride Catch weights. Distnnce, 3 8
mllo dash Cup presented by II W
Foster Kntiles C A Hlco's Oypsy;
iieo C l'ottor's drey Hoy; II 12 Pick
er's Dclshn, Dr. McAiIory'8 Knllhl: J
T Irvine h Hen Holt. Hnhcrt Shingles
Hnvo Another (ridden hy L J Slad
dux); nnd Geo II Angus' Daisy.
This was ono of the most uxclting
races of tho day Tho start wns a good
ono and very soon tho fast ones wero
lu tho lead
About fifty yauls from the finish, n
group of men nnd women friends of
Mr Hlio ono of tho riders crowded tn
tho fenio nnd began to Bhout encoiir
agpincnt for Charlie was In thu lenl
and would surely hnvo won Tho
ponv evidently thinking ho had comi
to ono of tho sldo Hues In a polo game,
Out to Kapiolaiii Park
BUddenlj planted his forefeet In thn
ground and came to n standstill TI1I1
undid tho ilmnei'B for tho Kauai
The rnco wns won by Grej llo wllhi
I)als n close Hoeonil Him Holt third
nnd (Irislin fourth Time 42 4 u
Carter Harrison Beats Nullah.
I'ourlh Hare Wnllcnpu Cup 3 I
mile dnsh, free for nil to beat Uartn
lines time of 1 10 Purse $100 Iln
trlei (1 S McKcnrlc s Nullah Gjiirs
l Imp Alntree l.ady Augustn and I
(j Itourke s Carter Harrison, h g by
Imp Watercress l.uclle Murph
ltace won by Carter Harrison In
1 IS 1 i, lowering (Inrtnllnes time In
four fifths of n second
The start wm u good ono with Nul
lah In the lind At the half, the two
horses were nlrnst neck a nil neck .
Coming down th homo stretch, tho
work was also Mr good, hut Thomas,
who was riding Carter Harrison, did
illrKn ir,o Pntrlps .T c finlnnv
wnldo J, g g nged, by Hob Mason,
L lm unknown, John Cnllen's lMnn a',
nl t UJ. California Kntwood, inm un
lcnnwn. W 11 f'nnn tu inm'a 7nv Ilni.
- i, i Hirii,wv ,in, i,i-n,.u,n
jII(, ,iro0 ay Hor while Qulnn nnd
Co,en mnilC(1 their own horses.
.,. ,eatJllgt i)(,rr(, .,, H,nr, tho
tire of IMnn O 's sulkj slipped off nnd
nbout llvo minutes wero wasted Edni
n inn ,i...i,.,iin..ni,
n,mr,,,, .vlth Wnv llov a clnso sernnd.
u Ul0 lmlf Waldo I shot nhead nnd
l cpt In tho lend, finishing first, with
,,,., ,lnv .,, iimn o in or. i
Second heat 1
Onnnn.l t.nt t .. 1. 1 . t.n !....
OVVUIIU lll-Ul III (HIS ilUttl. U Hirill-IIII
on tho part of Jiidd nnd Cnllcn to nock-!
ct Qllm wn) V(. 0,Kont bllt" Ulfl
horgp8 tro not fagt onoKj, to ,I(1
WnI(l0 , an amn nv nne driving
. . . . - . n,Ml,
., ,. , ,,,,, , .,
i 20 4 5.
Third heat A still grenter nttempt
" .' poeuet wai.io j
no to pocket Waldo J hut ,
nuglng bis dlstnnco well, unset
inlilltnllnn. 1... !.... .l f '
vtiiLiiwuuiiB ui JliBl UruiHHIlK UtMllnU
I I'd then nt tho half shnotl hg by on tho
,. . . tho l.nrt in
.... - "" i
Ilnlsh, winning easily Time 2 10.
A Dead Heat.
Sixth nice Tvosltn Challenge Cun.
I mllo dnsh, frco for all, J.MI added If
I'onn rl 'J. )5) ' n''1? '
2U0 Lntrles Prlnco l)iM
r.akoa s Wcller. s s , h Nctherlsersterr
out of Lizzie Pickwick aged. W fl
Walker's Del Vista, m, 5 years, by
imp iM'i .Mar, out or l'latul
Itneo ikcr.irei! a dead heat. Tlmo
1M2 2 3.
flrnnl Irnllhtn linn n.n.lnM..l l '
h. uuhimu nun UAiiiri lUllUl'U 111
getting Wcller to BtnrL Ho refused to
approach tho lino nnd stubbornly stuck
to n position In front of tho box In the
grnndstnnd occunled bv his owner VI
nnlly a carriage whfn was used hv nnn
of tho attendants nnd tho two horses
got away, Del Vista. Piggott riding, ta-
klnc tho lead WpIIpi-. MpAniiiTn ri.i.
--., .. . - . , ... w..,. . tiff
lug. soon closed up tho gap and tho'cd Yalo In tho contest for champion
two horses kent right bpslile nnch nib. i.i., hnnn,. nt ti, ii.,,,.ii.,i... ,,
or tho wholo wny. Coming down tho
stretch, it wns nip nnd tuck, nnd when
tho fnst horses passed under tho wlro.
mcy wuru u ciose mat inejiiuges, ait-
cr a long parley and questioning of tho
Jockejs, flnallj decided on n dead heat
n,ld 80 nnnouneed It was stated that
I lll rnco woul'l eomo off at tho end of
,'"" P'"K"'. "i nier on u wus uu
'nuuw en mat tlio race would tako plaio
at i juociock on .Monuay afternoon nllou tho Harvard sprinter to com
There wns a great illscuxslou In the pcto n tho finals of the inn nnd J.'O
grnndstnnd over tho outcome of tho jard dashes The mininlttie ndjoiirn
race borne of those who stood opon
situ tho grnniihtniid lontuulcd that
Del Vlstn won hv n nostril and others'
that ccitnlnly the mare hud won hy a
tooth Cirtaln It wns that until within
n few ards of tho finish, Wcllor win
In Uio lead by n head
n wus i-uiuinin-u u .m inn
Welter's Jockev did fiinuv things to Del
' Vlstn on tlio nomo strctiu uy ruling up
nou i me mure uirumumni iu unu
Blflo n bit and proventlng 1'lgijoft from
using his whip. This point Is now bo
fnro tho judges and those Interested ln
Del Vista claim that no decision on
' All Dowol
1 It li a iu(a, info tn I quick numli
Thct. ONLY ONE
I Porry Davis'.
I fwu size, tic An 1 &IM.
tin. nee tan be glvpn although It was
ildaritl n dead hint mi'll the con
t em Ion aB to the nllcgid foul has been
Slevpiilh Itarp fientlnmen s driving
ra'n 1 tnlk Ilrst horse to rerolvo
l cup nnd Toome cart, m cond horsa to
Irrielve bupBj. and third horse to re
celvo set of lnrnps These prizes
were donated b the Ilcrrlik Carriage
Compiliv the Schumann ( nrrlnjro
(.onipin) niul the Picirt, ohlrh nnd
Supplv Ccimtmi Open to membcri
of the Hawaiian iocKpv Cluo Kntiles.
if. A lilt os Tout 1. N (Ji s 1 rank
Murpb, J J HogansTonj, V Hlch
nrdson s Wait n Little Prlnco Cupid s
I Violin W II Smiths Abdlne M H.
Urummond s Los Augcles, and J Uu
Three Hawaiian! Ahead.
Won by I'rlnto David's Violin,
Prince Cupid drUlng. Tlmo 2 L'j
Wnlta Little was second Prank Mur
ph) third. John Ouderklrk's Hamlin ,
It will he seen that three Hawaiian.
hojs Prlnco Cupid Vhlau Itlchard
son nn(' Llcwellvii N, Ony camo out i
"f lll rnco ftriT, second and third In
tuo orilcr named I
Carter Harrison Again.
Eighth Hace 5 8 mile dash, free for
n" Purso $100 Lntrlcs C McLul-J
ln'fl ncjocted, aged, by Sahrante, dam
unknown, J O ltourkos Carter Harrl I
B0" '' K' aKc bi 'mn Watercress,
out ot Luillo Murphy, it llallontlui'
Molllo Connors s in,. 4 enrs, b ImpJ
niar Tuck, out or Clara L
I won by Carter Harrison In 1.0X.
!Jlol" t'onnors was n close second,
T 8 racc fr"m "10 beginning wns bn
'tween unrur iiurrison anil Mo no Con
non Tho finish wns ns close ns ono
wol,I,l wlsl'. to former winning bj ou
I Good Old Amarlno.
Ninth Hnce-Ocennlc Hteamshlp Co
fiuP. 3 ' mll '- "awallan breds.
Purse 125 nntrlos Jnhn Cnrrolrn'a
Altn Stace, s m . nsc.l, by Jo Stacy.
0,lt of A"" Mnx: l Ilallentlno's Ainn-
rlno u iRd. by Kealia. out ot
Amani ino: w. woltcr'a l: een. s. m
3 i fl Tl 111 f.nril Itmrlf nut it ?nit
Won y Amarlno In n lope. Tlmo
- - ".-. ...".. v; w. ihhu,
J 20 2 5
In this rnco. Klleen took tho last
placo from tho start. Alta Stacey
started out In the lead, but was soon
overhmiled bv Amarlno. who kent tin
lean to tne end There was no trouble
forAmnrlno Ifo passed under thu
n,ru ""' ren mo simniesi urging,
Welter Wins a Race.
Tfltllh Iillon1 1 J mlln ilnili t-n. trim
".... ....v. m . i '""' '"." ii'v mi
a" P'irso 200. Knfrlcs- 0 S. Mo
enzlc's (leneral Cronje. h h . b Inn.
iinrtinniirsi out or songstress , rrlnco
... . . . - .- -. .
iinvius wcuer, s n ngeu ti xcthcr-
elsmster out of Llzzlo Pickwick
Wo" 'y WoTIer Tn 2 15 1 2
ln '" ra, start wns a good
ono nnd when tho horses enmo flying
,in"t ",0 grandstand they wero neck
"nil neck Cronje then got a verv
"light lend and kept It vo the half
miiuh n tiht cnaiiKcu piai es nun leu
tllu remainder of tho way.
IE MD HID
New York, Mny 31 Harvard defpat-
41-n I 111 IV. .HUT ill 1 1UIIIIII1 lll'lf 111
letlc moot which began jestcrdny nnrt
wns concluded today at Ilcrkelov Oval,
Tho total scoro wns 34 points to 30.
Princeton (lulshcd surprisingly close
to tho lenders her rcprespntntlvos
scorlnt, 27 nolnts Tho pxkuiIvo pom
raltteo of tho I C A A held a brief
mooting at the oval lodav to consider
mu protest made by Ynlo against
Schick of Harvard It was derided to
cd the furl her hearing of evIdMiP" In
thn cane until June II or 21 when It
will convene In this dt for tho spo
rial purpose Should the decision of
the commlltd be nilvuso to Shlik,
Ilnrvard will lono 0 points nnd Ynlo
will gnln . Ynlo would ttius win tho
championship honors b a total of .12
't Harvard 3 28
Arthur F Duffej created n now
worlds iPiord In the Ion van! dnsh by
v inning 111 9 15 seconds Duffev will
sail for KiikIhihI two wicks heiuo nnd
- Wl mle part In sevvrnl nthletlc meet
Ings during ms stav nbrnadt wlicro ho
hopes to repeat the pi rfnrniancp Tho
lormer record of 9 4 n was cstnhllslivd
In 1S90 h J Owen Jr of Washington.
I) C Ills time has sliuo bo u equaled
h a number of sprinters
Ni vv Inteieolli glnle neords wero el
tnbllshed In four oi Iho ov cuts thn
hammer throw, shot put pole vnult
qu-irter mile run mid 100nrd dnsh
linwltt of Princeton did not Improve
on his llnthrow of 1(W feet in Inches
lii'de )isterda Plaw of California
wns In better shape todnv and threw
the hnnimcr 1 13 teet 8 Indus nil 1 ill
print nn nl of nineteen feit on hla host
nlnl throw vesterdrtv
Uclil ntf to Coronntlon.
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Stdl e to tho (oioiintlon of King IZd
wind valid todiy for Ungland on tho
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