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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1900.
i 1 M
TOR REPUBLIC CUP
Sixty-four of the Best
Vicinity Will Start Play on Field Club
Links This Morning.
At lrt a m i((i.n 'lit- fi:t lilr of the
"Ktj-fnur best golfer.s who .ue i-niti'tl i
the competition tor The Republic ui em
blematic ot the golf championship of hi
Louis, cltv and ooutttv. vill :v "ft on the
lon,j and trvirg ri"hl Club eoui-e At tegu
lar inteiv.ils this pair will he tollowcd bs
thirty-one other pairs, until .it J ".1 p in .
Mc-srs rt il and .1 S Walk, r will dc
put on tne el;;hte'cn-hc'le journe v
Last niehl condition-, weie .irr.mi.nl to
ii dlcate :i mo-l -uc ful touinev That
most e-eutnl of all ton iltinus. the weath
er was jiil rlaht Last .veiling had just
the proper amount of fill -n p and cii-p-ie
!n it for ideal gulling w.'ithei '1 li-'a
tl.e entrv is just twice as huge as it v-as
'or the same event las' jar, when there
w no Republic trophv to .-pur competi
tion. The our.se i- aboui a-. good as it
could po-iblv lie m id IScrti Miuiwin the
Field Club pref s-.ional. U dune wonders
on it during the pist two weeks, Mnee
tie-cdeil rain gave him a chon e to work it
All of tit good old Mutiil-liis tlie crack
goefers O! tlK list thr, . veins, ate. with
three or four exceptions enttred Theyh.no
r lot of strangers to make it interesting for
."v. them Three real -ood men iitL-.sing ,;eii-
t'emen who have nlwaj- been well at the
top In rreviou- iett. are C - hcuddet
w ho at present holds the loi al . hnmplt n
ship, 1"" W. Oliver, a tried ard excellent
plaer. and T It. Collins a gtutlunan ot
ji.ore than niei-ige goltlng menu Mr rud
der's familv is m mourning hence he can
not plas. Mr Collins i- i ry lmj man
THE HEI'UIiLlO (TP.
HejiiVM'iitiithe of llio Golf 'hiuii))ionslnp of St. Imm
m x lie nuuii; vui is ix, iciiic-viuaiiuii u. hid
fi i championship cup which The Republic has
T. t.1... a ..... 1.. n ...... .nlnltnn rf it...
.' tne hoacr to oner to tne Rotters or si
loui as an emblem of the local cham
pionship at that delightful and beneiicial
The Republic Cup will be first prize in the
tournament which will begin tins mornine
on the links of the Field Club at Blsseirs
Point. As is proper, the hist solfer in St.
louis will win it.
Tiie championship 'up is made of bet
iler. It stands 1G I .dies high. -el on a
lne of purest ebony -which is ." inches
hiph making the total height of the cup,
over all, 21 incite Threi ornamental han
dles ate attacned to the ttophj The
diameter of the bowl, measured at the Up
is 12ii inches Whin the gentleman who
wins it undertakes to till it he will llnd its
rapacin 16 pints of watei ard the tame in
any other lluid suitable for the iillimi of
such cups The ornaments mo all raised
The chief and most striking of these orni
ments and figures, is that of the Highlander
In kilts and tartans. This g-entlemin K
Colonel Bog the beht golfer that fer ex
isted in imaglmtlon or ieallt He is the
mjthlca! golfer who always phis p rfcctl..
a.nd has not had time for piactlce.
A notable addition is the e'ltn of Cla
A. Mcrce, who has alwacs been ranked .is
the best of local golfers cm his yerform
unco elsewhere ilr. 1'ierce has not taken
part In open tournaments in tins iln s
tar. Jim Jlackiell, the Country Club pio
fessional, rcgaid ilr. I'lercc, who is i
favorite pupil, as quite the enual. If not the
i superior, of ilessr". Scuddei and Stickne .
who Iiace long enjoced a nianopolv of locil
Mr. Ltling, who was missing Iat jeir.
a this bcason. He is one of the pioneer
fers. of be. Louis and pi i s a stj Hsh
jie. Lack ot practice has plwus l.andi-
Tnned him sadlv
Among tlie misslns must be mentioned
poor Lester Craw lord, who took a huge de
light In such tournaments wnen he wis
alive. Mr. Crave funl would hive been at
the top of this toum line nt had he been
spared to plav in it. Alfnd Annan of the
Algonquins, another goo.1 placer, is miss
lnc A bride has claimed him from the
links. Tudor Wilkinson who did such
wonderful Mimmer Horn on the dlflicult
Algonquin links, is also not entered, thougn
a capital golfer.
A Clever, Self-dlucnted I"lncr.
John HachmelttT, by mans rated the
best player in St. Louis, will enter an open
tournament for tta first time ilr. Hach
meister is high n an on the Joci.ev club
team. He is self-taught, careless, fast a"d
indifferent, tices ,im old club, am old was.
Set, out Of it all, plavs a wciidcrful game.
He never took a lesson, never had a rpociil
club made, has practiced but comp intiv ely
llttle, has a fair stele and gets thele With
out effort. He plavs the tame all the was.
being good off tee', in fair green, uni is
xccptionally clever on the putting green.
i.Ji 'toes not know what neivousness nunn.
- .nr. ilcGrcvv, -wheo wonderful driving
ability with an iron olub has made liini
known over half a continent, also taiuvrs
hfs Tarn O'Shanter into the ring fir the
first time in" an open comp. titinn He v ill
be heard from. Another crack player, who
lias been rated as of championship oahL.i.
is Robert W'ade. This is also -Mr. WadiN
maiden cssaj- in an open tourne'S. Gw'tle
r"le.x who have jdayed with him ad rile
lm as tne equ-ii oi trie nest locil i;e!reit.
Tho Tleverend E Short the Webster
clergs'man who has plnved so well in rluu
and iniere:iu i-uiiiii.iiin.iiis, wm also niiiKe
his bow In open competition, ilr S'mrt
Js'sald to plas a rare good medal game.
Indeed, his clubmates sas tint If evers--
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Golfers in St. Louis and
tiling goes light
mi .-.lul.niv hit
than eei he hit lb. m lit fori
v.lth tin liomus in the em illtjirg rotiml
Down tin- hue we llnd Mich w ll-knov n.
e-ciellciii golfers .iv Ml liuiokmire oh rii-plo-i
of lS'b. Ii .Io. a i!iii imdtl -i-or-man,
M ijoi Ivemicti, a ttiroron the PUll
Club ionise whiih is his own, -Mi I'lIIen,
stout, h-.itH lt vet m.l nitlii.illiil bv h'-.
V inn , Mr 1 ti ell not tlimiv but cut mi
and sun. Mi .Mudd who-i piodUlDUs
driets nuf alw.ivs hiought nu.iinnl- ot
.surpiise anj admiration fiom galleries
,ib mt tirM lies- .Mr Mlllei, the hest-dies-i d
e.ilfei ill 'he We-st .uid one of the best
pl.iveis. Mr Md'mn the f imous mi i
teur billliidi-t ii.d ail-iound athlete, who
is plaving i Miff sime just now Ik bt u
ihe ve titan Mi M. lie- but vesteidiv. Mi.
e '.trior, whose ficultv of ai.as being in
the teiittr of the coins.,, in ikes him a T.t
l.ir ainon lm ni jd.iMis. in Mode, once
tin i.'-eilist of thtm all, but wiio has n :;
Iicltd his pt.utite of lite and mown -tout
bevond reison ilr C N June the pin
no I of Bolt at the Fail (Srnund- who
pkivtd wlun no on Ke dated pi i Mt.
Cii'.v, who was er ler !a-t veai .Mi.
Gordon, who iias Meadllx improvet'. who .s
tn an f il and who will bt In lrd from,
and Mr Hordes who om m ide the lion I
hoie it the I" ilr Grounds II) one lid -,t
w-illop .ml but rei.nth diluted ,Mi Wide
in i touini m itih.
Mr. lnpe s itiln In 11lii;c.
Theie are -trani,(i-- who inn be hemd
from as it !?oo- ihinc ilr. Oer.ialilv is
wtll c-pokm of at the I'teld Club H the
wa, that brings to mind tint the nime )f
a ilr l'opi. wlio has bun doliiK such won
ders up that wa. Is not on the IKt. unless,
ludted. he has t ikt u to himself a comeni-
.V.'-VV- -: .'.
and b whose supposititious excellence evi rj
plajer measures himself. Colonel I5og is
alwais cspected to play pctfect golf The
bogj" score of i-ir links Is, or should
be. v hat a perfect golf would make.
The Republic Cup must be won three
1imc" before it can become the property of
any indhidual. According to the term-5 of
the gift, it shall be plaed for annualli,
the winner of eich annual competition
holding it until it Is won from him by an
other If one person wins it thrice in suc
cession it will becom" his absolute property.
It would not be good breeding for The
Jiepubli? to hint at the value of the cham
pionship cup but the Associated Golf Clubs
of St. Louis, to whom the cup was given,
hae set its value at S'rijO The Republic
feels more flattered be tin enthusiasm
the golfers of St. Louis hace shown in in
ti ring in competition for the cup than by
aiij other alue that could lie put upon It.
In presenting the cup. The Republic was
actuated b a desire to f urtht r the interests
of a noble and health-giving game and to
incite compi Ution in a great pastime If
it smcicds in doing so ami it fel that
this S.UCI ese has alreaelj been won It will
have gaiiusl what it most desiri d.
ent and pinpir nom de course, as one of
two pinminuit golfers hive found It i on
venlent to el" I!ob Simpson holds ilr Pope
in uch esteem as Ills rival and pirtner,
ilackrell. holds ilr Piene. llut recentlv
-Mr I'ope made the iiOO-jaid hole at the
rithl Club in live "powkes," vehlch is
.Messes Walter iiul Ralph ilcKlttrlck,
biolh'is, with sweet, -i.itural swings of the
Simpson order, ye entere-d and will be in
tin Hist sixteen down, and niasbe go to
the vers end
Theie are four classes in this tournev.
The ixtee-n best t-cores make one clas,
the rliimploiisjnp class The next elht
srorcs form class R, the third eight class C
mil the fourth eight class 1 In all. forty
pl lvers will epnlifs out of sKtj-rour. Onlv
Ule lirst siNtes.li will be eligible to plas for
the championslilp ,.nd The Republic Cup.
The eilhci three clacses will, however, have
iniiiv valuible prizes to keep their mem
In the tourm v there seems to be a "bU
four" Without re.jlh knowing a great deal
of the fonn of the placers Just now. this
four should be m.nli up of ile-ssrs ,i lm,
ilcKlnnie, Stiiknev mil Pie re e These
gentlemn should all be In the lirst sj.; (,
"he eiuallfving louud. On mv other course
almost ,inv ve ell-informed golfel would
choose Mr. Stleknes' to le id the medal plav
in the ejujlifving round Rut on the field
Club esiurse he h is boon slugularlv uu
forttmute all season, being beaten bv
Messis ilcKinnie, Kennett and othi rs of
irife-rior merit, who could harillv repe it Ihe
beating on another course. Mi. Pierce is a
;,ood deal ot an unknown quantity, but Jim
il ickrell Is a shiewd judge of a good pla.v
er and he classes ilr Pierce h'gh It !
sin h is impatient of bid courts and
likes his shots to come off as he plajs
t'leni, which thev will scanelv do it thi
-Mr. Adams is a :;ood bet ,mv time He
has not hid much pi.iclice. but he his been
going below Jel in his irial. and tint Is
ttoiMl enough. He will go th it low. or iciv
close to il. In a tourinment The rougli-and-reads
course, the long distances the
racing greens, ellsappoiiUmenls ami tioublos
have no terrors for him. Although he is
not a mod il score phis er his Indifference is
against him he alwav.s comes home well up
ill. Mctvluiilt nf CtiniiiiiieiiirtJiip ilolit.
-Mr. ilcKinnie is the I'ield Club ehtmpion
now. having just won the title last week
bs beating ill. Kennett and Mr. Kimu,
though he piaved poor golf. He was not at
his best last week He has been whipping
' -U" i- '-'
across his tee shots, nnd. In trsing to pull,
gets the usu il .1! e which eonifs from side
lnshuig the bill. He Is still a terror,
though with liis second, no matter how bid
the- In. and his long lions all come off won.
He has been Inclined to dufl his short
mashle and is not putting Rut all in all
he Is bound to be found at the Mty top.
Ill tho nest four should be found the ilc
Klttrlck btothers. il !jor Kennett and ill.
Haelnmlstei. .Mr. Wade .mil ilr Jov will
lead the thiul quartet, with Mi. lludd ami
ill Rlssi H to Keep them comp iln In the
list fom of tho lirst sii,,M u)uiua comtr
hldn' Walker, ill Cartel ill. Guidon
and ilr Iliookinlie It is hard to i mint Mi.
MrGoo ill 1'illcn Ml ilcGr.iw ill
Koeh.er and Mr Idling out, but liuhippUv.
ill ut tin st-fout goiters cannot lliilh
in the Hist sKtien ill. Jletln' has befcn
much oil his l, line, but lie i om. s so .stron.'
in touinovs that h m tv quilltv is good
as twelfth ahead of miiih of the mole'
sli.,w but liss steillng vouug in. n
Mi iliGnw Ml l'allni .Mr ! of hie i.
Mi Keiniil. .Mr '"ook and ilr Ana m .ii"
sin., lei It up it the lop of eliss J with
l.n-ie eh iu is to got into the high form
"J In- is nlivlua tin came on i tsjiowulo.
itllle I dlfteri lit pe ifeum nil e tlolll pi IV 111
it mi he' tie Id l"o nicjit veill " si iino sm
luisis lm tin Intl. eir the game uid the
lorm of tin nliveis cannot be fo-e isted
A si on of lb' should qiiallfv in 1 1 iss A It
did list ve ir at tlie Cuuutiv club on a
slant r ib.iuei and better ionise thiuigo
lb- il iv was nut ve r giMid In e 1 iss l: tJo
should quihfe and tesi stiove wins..
shuiil 1 do 1 1 iss c Two seventies simnM
ge't their m il.'T in e lass l ,md ,iu one'
e in in ike iluni with i unite i
Mill eelllise Is "ihmI is t (.111 be expelled
to be Simpson villi have the- cieins e lit
to-d i mil tin e will be r is this ifur
lniiMi. 'I ho !s ei! piiiine, .m, tin time of
tee lllg Is glle 't he 'i 'Mill
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CHILIS ( !.l It l,IMs.
siieipsnn le-lis Hon to Win loill'llll
lllt'llls fill r licm.
itv roui:rt hiiii'sox
(Lite of Cirnou-tie. .( inland )
Tli" rie'ld Club eour-e Is m vers f ilr con
dition lor the am Pom championship toui
iiimeiit which will open on it to-morrow
in null g In m mv plates the fair gre. n la
vers- ood quite' u evee-ss of mv most .san
guine antlcip itions Ihe gri ens ue. with
one or two e eptiiv5, in good eouditioii I
do not rciv that the course ((esd-i lint of
mv nitlve town e'lrnousiie but eompueJ
with othi'i Ameii'iP eoiusis vehore the sod
i- of but a few icir-' growth it will do
The Repiibln his ask-d me to give 1115
opinion abjut th" hist wav to pin the
course for th' ben ait of tho gi nth nun and
Indus who take in inteiesl in golf I am
alw 15s j.1 id to further the- mteiists of ins"
game, and I will give mv advice in tlie
I eipe that it m is elo some pi not 1 nod and
with the assurance that 11 will not do anj
one my harm
Riht at the stait jmi b ivo the worst
bote on the links ?o 1 11 olfers be no
means a ioss iro-i-e-ct. In fiont of the
place 1 is 1 deep guile to e noli 1 topped
bill To the left the beie-ai .itches a pull
On tli- right a In,; washout vawns foi the
si co Then i alioul the proper amount of
pitehing-room bete Drive .1 stialqhi ball
lUht for the direction Hag A si10rt ball
v ill handicap -von, as the He mas h-' bid.
Put an tiling oeir 17( v.irds will bkels lis
sou well Then take a suitable club, prof
eiabls .1 mid-iton. and crack it over the
bunker which is too close to tlie green.
Llkelv enough it will go ovei the green
bv twentv vard". but that is the plav Tlii.s
gnen Is the- hirdest putting of the lot
Rcgird it well before- plajlng It
No 2 gives sou a big suleh to catch a
topped ball rUht in fmnt of the te-e Two
bunkers, HO varis out Hied a good shot
to cairv. Drive light at the directum Hie
and cans" the bunker on the south side
If sou do this, vou will set a lino, loiii
roll down th' hill If sou do, a maslii'
will las it cm the j,rcoii Plav her up 1 i'e
distance is deceptive', and a short .crpioieli
lalls dead in the hollow
No J presents the usual gully to get the
topped drive. Driving up the hill keep to
the left a bit so as to get the gre on f icing
vou squarels-. A slice will lav tl.e rreou
with its corner toward vou A midiiun will
diop sou right 011 the best recn ol .he
lot It Is an easv A
No. 4 ls .1 line hole A decent toe .,not
right at the direction Hag will place Sou
right for a mldlron light to the hole. A
drive of IM v.irds It Is down hill will let
vou use ,( mashle. Look out of this green
The appto.ichlng space Is nanow ami
flanked lis big. tall tiees If sou pull or
slice vou can lose sour medal seole- right
here', as the trees will keep vou out of
the green A fair green and a good A
No . the easiest of the lot, a sun thice.
Take a midiion tee and use a i iij iiroke.
Aim a shade to the right of the 'lirec.lon
II ig and put lust a taste of hook to III.
This will drop vou on tlie Mope to thL light
ot tlie grun. and vou will roll down. DoiTt
kit too haul 01 vou will ,-el over ihe green
and Into tiouble. Green a bit bare and
Now lit veiurself out and throw- It Into
the white bill. No C is W sards long
Aftei sou get over the big ditch which
tnr-atens a topped too shot vou hivi all
the mom and air vou ant. Vou'aie like -IS
to get two big brassKs. here tor tlie lies
are uphill and the distance .1" far as vou
care foi. Look out for a pull on sour sec
ond foi the ditch to th.' left is dangerous
Threo full shots with the wooden olubs and
u good iinn will lis s"ii "stones to the
hole " It is n lea good 1. and .1 vers fall 7.
If sou make S do not get discouraged about
Sour medal scon Others 111115 do 9 and
some one might take In I have known
Turning home sou tun I a No 7 .1 nlco
hole. 3H v.irds long, whore a good dihe
will hp the Tantalum 1 up It Is a trlckv
hole. too. fur then- is tire illtrh to gobble
the- topped tee shot and the pitching loom
is vere uirrow indeed The bunkei will
get a slice, the out of bjiillds fence, u pull
This hole looks shorter than it le.illv- is
Prom the tee It seems a e le ek should do
it. but take mv word for It and do not hold
Soiu drlvei. It is a Kood 3 but 4 is not bad.
The gieon is all right
No t, facing west, is .1 stiff hole. A -mi ill
bunker gels a topped drivi A site will
roll down the backbone ot the hill to the
right .'I'd a pull will go to the left the
Mine wav Hold h r stiaight. A good sec
ond with tin wooden club will I iv vou bv
the bunkei guirding the cieeii Pitch he 1
ovel with a bicksphi Tor tho green is
lieieherous and slopes awas It is a
mlghlv good t Look out for tin slope of
the gree 11
Coming home', beware of the ditch to the
rialit, which veill mil a she,, tml spoil a
score in one minute. Once I came to this
tee with a "2 and finished the lound in 4;.
I got in the elite h and it took me 1C to
get cut. Vet It is wise to ke,ep it well
down In the hollow foi there sou j,et the
best lie and the best shot. Vour'sicond
should take con up the hill in god stsle
Then whip It home with a inidimn, using
a gocel deal of power, if vol! .ue about the
I'U-said fl-ig, wheie ion llkelv should le
Hverv hole oe the eejiire has t h.i? ird
to e'atch a topped drive so lie c ireful to get
the tee .shut well oft Tint is th- m iln
point In plav lug this,. ,iks Reware of
pulls and "Utes cm No. 1 No 3 and No
in p irticnlnr.
I look foi an S9 on the niuis to-monow
lind will be smpiised if It is not made
C.ilhel'l Weill III I lltll.i impeill.
Ircllanapoli lid """"oe : t"iel fJIIlerr won
i ij.li Sim Jgiln 10 cliv In the shootuiir tourn"s of
the 1 I mile-el Cun I lull - h, Fimntlrg wis nt
-lianons. Ili.re were e-IUit regular emits and
cue e xtrA e ent nt plKeon
Tluit lh the riiiit-,'!- Against Wil
liam (ifatlaii ol Maiifioi-. X. Y.
Neve York, Nov-. 2. On a eh 11 go of having
smuggled live) Clilnimcri into the Piuted
Stitos from Cmada, William Giattan ut
Ringor. N. Y., was held for trial In $l,0jt)
bell to-das bv United Stales Commissioner
One ot the Chinamen got thirsts-, and
when the train stopped near Albany, got
out to get some water and was detected
All the Chinamen were detained there and
Grattan, to whom thes- were consigned,
wab arrested on his arrival here.
WINS FROM McL.
Dcfeal of -Mr. Von Weilt'Ntawll's
Iloi.sc! (lie Suririse of the Week
al tlie lior.MJ iho.
RINALDO'S GREAT EXHIBITION.
I.. V.. A siili'i Mill's Hi-ili Sclmol
I lm s-c i:nii'itain iln- AiitlitTin-
S.iiiiisoii and Siselifc Take
ilic Uliic Ifiblion Aunin.
I. I'.uk veui 1 delsleadt s 1,1. at iitnaboiit
liiiisi. icl. I11..1II1 nut hi- Wall 11cm at
tie Hois, Show list night, when John S
llritton's man, Thcnsc, 1 iptutid tho blue
ribbon over linn
This is the lint time in the hlston of
ilcL's carci 1 in the show ring that he his
in en beaten at his own game
Therese. who belt -McL list night, is t
vouug chestnut mare. This Is In r Hist se u
in the show ring ill. Rrattou hid her ot
Louisville, but failed to show her there on
an mint of some mistake lu the intiv
The di feat of .McL was the biggest sui
piise tif the wei k
The high school horse hid Ihe Kiitti or
the su..e for unite a will- list evinilu
ITist eame Mi L 11 Anderson of this e its
with his Rin ildo. who give a short ex
hibition th it pioved highls interesting ilr.
Andorsjii has spent two sar schooling
Rin ildo, and the horse's work last evening
stemed to be more thoroughlv appreciated
and onjoeed bs the spectators than anv o
hibitlun bv a high school horse ever before
seen In tlie big arena.
Afti r Mr. Ainleisous horse had llnlsh ,1
his tiun the regular ldc,li school ling was
1 tiled and 11 it wi 11-biokcn bor-es en
gigeel .11 om ot the prettiest competitions
eii tho week
nu.mpso.1 and Slgsbce had tliiiiba their
own w.fj 111 the tandem class, winning
from ilessirs cerlurt v. Ram tt's entrs. Tne
lattei li am was nleclv handled bs labile
H.inlv .Ml Rrattou shuwed tne vviuiiiiij
ills ic.ilph II Oithwcms Adonis was
beaten b.v 1 hennas. Dunns Kcd bud in tho
(.-aited s,,duie rig lm local lurse-s. .Mr
oitnvv ins iioise, l.lack hipjirrcl 11, was
nisei eVIllDlteil Hi tills nog and pi ice 11 third
.10I111 lKininaii. .ir -, pair. i.iUeits R il
ami Ashland U like" stoicU .umtlier vlc
101s 111 rue class tor best to 1111 ol trotting
10 ulsters .Mr .limts's cntrs was weoim.
viicnv sumui, tries.
i.uui-Iiis, cias .t, lj-l.llierij Uell Jl . an I
.SM..111I 11 like-. Jr, Joliu JJunovan, Jr. nl
1.0 11s, !! ,t iiiieccsi uni ( I111111 ii. Lawrence
.1 lies LeUl-Wlle- K.. SCCOllii
1 .cue, sau.tl, neil.es clas 2o 5 I.eU 1JUJ.
Tloinas 1.1.1111 nrsr Adi iii-. Mis '- il "itn
vein, s,t ni ii.i'h .-imiitl il, it. li 'jiiIiaciii,
Hunt l.itlit ieui(.e. .s C l..lnar, roumi uri.i
Hi ll.lper P.IIU jilown leas ,us, s,:inn
1 iroe ins , t iss .x ji s..t!iiiaon and sip.be
Jrlni s urattiiii lirst .VI ijor 1 dint -! iiisli- la,
1 ti. e; ruin and s li lurre.il. s,.tulia, rnme
no ilrtli. Win 1. llti-ii ei-, tl.ua. Knit, an,i llu
Keees A. vlarsiuu leic Lucre e-ominns.
Inlirttl lloeket intl .Mate. Ice 1 e VI crs.'ial'. and
Klieli nn ah.l Lonl Rubs K H biininuns were
Horses in h.irness class 2u 24 IMTes-, lohn
si llralten Ilrsi Jli I, K I'irl. ei e,PI
st-ieilt, seiunJ, dnisneiil eeeiiiuit A. llarreit,
third, Milton Prince, c ertf-r .Nejgie, fourth
lllue 11,1!-, Ke-nne 111 L llrien iiin s Kijp.
Vlart-Ii ill LIverv l anlnlie. lelace tnllncns e.
Lacv ci.iwfeiid. itul Nellie it.iv, Jle'irs lcolh
w-re ills i stiown
lllfih s, heel horses, elis. Xo 52 C lumbup.
Gcorse ; ltcrruinl llrsi Itlack S'julrrel. Italph
eirthwe'n sts,,nj, le-dchiin, e V eii;!e. mini.
Dorarnoiint P Vt Ilroelt me , r. fourtn
I our In h in Is John s I latton, tlr-l VMUIem
K RUnhe" si on,I. Ke es Marshall Llee-rj e mil
pan, third, Clerhatt i Ilarr, II, fourth
mmt o thi: m dii:v(t:.
In point of numbers, last nights audi
ence sjrpissed anv either of the week The
Coliseum was allvo with people, tho eightv -live
hoses lllbd and not a vacant seat vis
ible in the tiers The costuming was not s0
gav , on ilondav night, manv- of the
toilets that have appeared bofoie being
seen In the bo os.
Promenading was generil, the big canvas
covereel walk being thronged all evening.
Mr. and .Mrs II c. Townsend had ilr
Russell Harding 113 their guest The putv
iliss i:Ule Pord, vviarlng a cloth gnw-n
and geianlum led toque-, s.a with frielid.s In
the lirst tier
.Mrs George Watson of London. Kngland,
was in thu audleiite
The Steer bos hi Id its customars comple
ment of persons ilr and Mis. P A. Steer,
i'r. and -Mrs John .1 Raleigh and iliss
Mr. and Mrs Thomas W Crouch were In
their bos with their daughters, ill-a
Crouch and iliss Ntlllo Crouch.
iliss Jeinnie Capon was a f,uest In the
Rrown box. wearing old rose cloth, white
satin and black velvet, with black velvet
hit, trimmed ii. foldH of white chiffon.
ills, Louie I'illes, in the Walker bos,
wctn dt ep violet cloth, the bodice of gilded
lace under a bolero of tho violet cloth, tlnv
straps of white bronlelotli nnd gold buckles
finishing the waist lb r hat was a smell
affair of violet velvet
Mr and Mrs Ren Rehr had iliss P.lla
Danrhadiv- In their bos lest evening
ilr. and .Mrs IM r.iusi and Mrs Gi.in
niiil were lu the Paust bus
ilr nnd Mrs lohn Siullln and ilis Pcul
hn were in their box
Mrs Liios Criwfonl. ills" Birtle . ilr.
Longstieth and Will Steer we re In tho
Crave ford box
ilr urd Mrs. Ralph Oithwoin and Hel
ve aril I'reelnrliis had tin Ir customars- box
In the Thompson bos viero Mi and Mrs
Sim Thompson and Mr and Mrs Cvrus
James R Aglar hail the Mmmons bos last
night, with friends
i:-Gnvernor Piancls and Mr rranciv
appealed In tin ir 1ms, with guests Mrs.
ITanris wore a simple black cloth toilet.
The Southern Hotel bos was occupied bv
ilr. and Mrs Meil Johnson and ilr. and
Mrs T E. Price.
ilr. and Mrs Roberts and ilr nnd ills
J II ilurphs weie on the east side of tl.o
Mr. and .Mis Rjioi Nugent li id Mr. and
Mis. P. C Lake nisi IMwaid Nugent In
Miss Mabel Sut'ierlind in lavender "ltln
and black velvet, with huge hi lck velvet
Int. was In the second tier, iliss Suther
land is among the til si to adopt the Janice
Meredith curl. '
ilr. and Mrs Dinicl Nugent and ilr. and
Mrs Charles Nugent hid a box list night,
w 1th otlie 1 guests.
Uarrv Has ward came alone and .it in
tlie third tier.
iliss McP.ill of Detroit and her escort
were in the fiont row.
Mr. and Mis Mas. Kotnnj and Mis Port
Walker had one of the estrctne south hoses
iliss Gale iliss Cook and their escorts
were next to the Kotanv bos.
ilr. and Mrs R M. Hatfield were in sec
tion C, with friends.
Mrs. P. S V. K-iri.t and Mrs A P.
King were In the Rarret bos. Mrs. King
wore a coat of black veMvet, with chin
chilla collar and rover-, and toque of white
satin, trimmed in black spangled wings of
Mis Prank McKentia cli iperoned Mr. and
Mrs Vincent Kerens in bos S3 Mrs Mc
Konnn wore black cloth white satin ap
plique d with lace, with toiiue ot silver p-iti-glcs
and blue satin.
1) Jordin, C. R Gillespie -mil Charles
Williams wore on the proun n.nle, accom
panied bv ill Christopln r
Samuel Ciipplcs. -Mr- Will Scuddor and
.Mrs. Walter Taslor were in the (Tippler
Miss Kathenno Cumiingh im wore ore of
the prettle-t toilets on the piomenide of
gras bioeaded chiffon and dtep turnuolsi
blue satin, with blue tonne.
Mr and Mrs John SchiOers occupied -a
Miss LIU Reels wore one of the hand
some vviars of the week a long eipe of
blick broadcloth, nppliqucd in vandvkes of
Renaissance lace, tin pcllits estendlng to
the coll ir.
Miss Luev Scndd. r wore a prettv coat of
zine-gniv brojdeVoth and gras plumed hat
ilr. and Mrs. C. H Smith. Ml. and Mrs
G H Hlbbird and Mr. ind -Mrs W. T.
Huge man formed one bos pans.
Mrs A shies D. Scott was a guest In the
ilr. ard ilrs. Dickson WaLsh, ilr. and
Mrs 1'ierre Garnoau and ilr. and ilrs Ru
dolph Llmberg occupied a box.
In the McMillan bos wore William Mc
Millan, ilrs. Katherine Collins, Karnck
Collins, j0hn Cav ers of Toronto. Mrs, Ash
batigh of Windsor, Ontario, and Miss King
iliss Flora Strausse was escorted bv Al
Tho Spenor box held Mr. and ilrs. Spen
cer. Mlsa Daugherts', Miss Spencer. MN3
Julia Spencer, J. W. Daugherty and T. li.
lii ger, Jr.
-Mr. and ilrs. Paul Rrown wore in their
bos with Miss Sue Roberlsou and E S.
Robertson of Mexico. Mo
The IRC Lucas bos held Mrs. Luei.
Mis Kranciue Lucas. Miss Stella Wade,
iliss Kugenl.i Co il W c. Douglas and
R ilph Coale
In tho lluscli bos were Augu-t Rllsvcli,
Vlr and ills otto Sc hubi 1 1, Miss Lilv
Schubert I'aul Selnibi it and Masters dol
pliu Rliseh and Otto Sehubeit
Jrdl,e and Mis John ueerill had i bos
with Miss oveiall iliss Adile Oveiall and
Sldin s Oveiall
.Mis .Marie 1' illl'er and guest Mrs
Louise' p U.isfiu. ot i Mini, ii cuini aii.e-1
bv Aithur T .Mlllei. wen- in the tiers
ilr. and Mrs Ch tries Orthwe In, Mi mil
Mis. iias Orthwein and lioitor and Mr'.
Schwartz, formed on, bos pirts
J lines Cumphe n moile his fiist app, aranee
during tlie wi i k, oci upsing a box with Mrs
Cimpbill, ili-s Lois Campbell and Ml--
T h"in is
In tin- Joseph Lm as I os v i re ilr ind
ili-s Luo is Mis MoLirin .Miss Gal-sib'
and Chailes ilei.ai.in
Mrs Chirks Lindi u-i In'il It, in gr iv i n pe
de Chine ippluiiie of while 1 h e, Ml-s Rm
ma Ihe ideiibacii, wealing llht blue sill,
with guimpi ol white lice, mil M!"s Dalsv
Deltenng in fawn enpeeb (Tune, win es
corted bs Ti.tiles Lliidenschmidt. Iiooio
lMwln I Sehislei and Chirlos H Deli, riiia;
Miss CI ira Patsons. Mi and Mrs An-nii
ITatt. Miss lb i crude Combs, Missiieitiul
Tiffauv of Ni w lork. Miss Rutin VIeee i
Miss Kill i Ruit, Ml ind Mrs Rindilpi
II irrisun, Hrwlu Mesei. Mi's Midi Ri.uij.
W ill ijig.m. Will Ciiniiclii'I Mi and ihs.
S bit f, ill. Lie ule i.ant Te.es (Mptim
ilurphv, Lu uti n Hit Sommiis in. I l.teiiten
ant Pngir e.f Cumpaiis D, win in tin au II
e IK e
floi-si' Sbovt Siilri.
saddle hoisi-i dun t iirfmni i itli the cinie mil
e-isiein thu tunning Ii. rs' s evliibit en e rn e
link 1 e,r In-' inn Ditnr lietelee- liors,
the I run h man. mil -I'm ulun ' Lnes.ns JtU'J
nijr- tleisj na'-eri met it Louise lit. tint Hi e
ir i It- a tie id li-it afiur in v Itlng , imist fn
two jllill,is welee unaMe to it H li a lleelMori uni!
Ule UMllJkl Illrllt fOCn, I It illlimssllil- t J (- I I
relere. tielK-iile tt lb din nf tie ni' n i"ketl
lie .let as ret. rei ud tlie acts e r' ss-, I a , einli II
in ! lm s I'rattni tint 111" Tien. Iim in li 1 1 tin
n ut Leatiii Tic rust time The I rei' lirnaii
nnd ;ci- ejmtii met tlie 111 ir. turss In and
wins leliile rtie Crinihmin Is i lie' el mud
IE i I'inscu nf K ins is cite wlin is lien
wilh a strlug e,f !iu e horse-s Ji is puieliae J the
Click mire lMrelli be Jl 'It' Itvcl'r out 'f l
e; mil. tl i Wilkes tn m from i! II smith ,,r
n.iilkutlie. O fur -' 4'"i (!isri,e iis,ii of
Iii elm has si,i -ihe e-onili rnr to r I! l.-rlnrl
Ijf St Leillls fill 1 ri1 Till toniUelier tits e .
turd eierd blue nll'li-" it the llore s.,ov
tills week an 1 is ,t tm fun mini il
IM lie IlareK nf 1st Ijtlls Ins I oen elll i-el to
ini to Ntw inrk bv 1 II Tlehenir of 'Tie tun
to drive Tor lilm il Hi- New Vnrk llnree shim
Hunte ts ecuisiilereil inn nf the die lesi tvnli
in th- lountre Vlr llrhnior i l big thliati
ill il r In fiinv lirr-.s lie 1 -w l'ee n weeiurig
the bear Is at tin- l hi' im ehoe- tin" week
W inter Hiieini; tei'iisun in I ut ifnrn ill
W ill IIokIii T ii-l):i).
San Prim isco. IMI , Nov. .'The C Hlfor
ni.i Jockos Club will open the winter racing
season al tlie Oakland track to-morrow. It
Is espected a field of twelve will suit in
the opening handicap Those liki Is to go
ilodrlne True Rim .1 oinielo, Ro-otmonde,
The IT ett-r, .vim tgi-,c, -its Gsi'sS. illlaj,
Coiistellator, liold One. L1111I111.0 and 1 lu-li
Ne.ulv all of the large i.astern stable,
that will race bore this i. Intel hive .11
lived, or will bo h-n- 111 a tew diss, auJ
there will be no lack ot good horse- Th;
owners ot u-i less Umber which thes have
been fassinej .do ig with foi -e.erai se nous,
hoping to some il iv et In a j-pnt stu
etinugn tor the in to win -v. ill not be m gie.it
dt 111 md and are HI.' Is to receive scant eoii
sidt ration at cither tra"). Iln booii for tne
faiituian tr.ei k has Ircads iicen nude out
101 the season, and theie an few race s m a
that hoi-es like Nettie Ci.uk. Recardo and
that iOit will ha.e a looi.-lu
l'residmt Williams of the Oakland a-so-ci
ilioii lid tlie othi r d is he I1..1I lucirti' nil
ilr. lircoks, who makes up tin progi imme.s
not to put e.n "re-iltii si" races ior anvbodv-,
and no disctiinlnniioii will be u-ed In the
ipplic Lttiiu of this ink -Mi Riool.t has
in"ii I5 to frame up uiiditioiis that are like -iv
to bring together tlie best and mo't
evenlv balanced held" trom the li-t of
herscs in shape to feo the stntei
A visit veas iniil vcsiirdav lei the ln-:li-
sltle tiack, whi'h is regiidid as the best
tt ick to lit horses on The giounds pi. -senti
d a busv appeal ance, notwilhst.i'idlng
the fact that a lace lis not bei n run then'
foi tveo Vt.irs Pat Dunne. W D Ran I lil.
P Rv :n J II Shields G lushing Jim
Nelson. Rurns A. Watt iliousi , IM Corn
g m, Ike Mull house. Dannv Lvnch, lJulcli
Plsher and l.eo Willi im- .ue some of tie
prominent owmrs whose horses weie teen
veorklug The hoises, wilh verv few e
tcptions. looked re lilv for the post Our
nt Oiklind aie Incited RUlv ilagr.iin',
l'ranlc Philips. y p Jinniugs Tummy
Lottriilge. A R. hpreeklo ( h irlev Root',
George R.ildwin, Campbell and Deb!".
Ch tries Sanders. Doctor Rowell Jimmy
Coffev anil others. Sam iiddretli wired scs
tt rdas to the California Jockev (Tub 'o re
serve him twentv ull.s to house his power
till stable, which will have no eiuil licit-,
lie added in his mess ige ih.it he would .r
ilvi on the grounds nest 1'rid i which v.ill
give him time to lit hi- horses fm the first
dus'.s rating He Ins 1 m,agcd Rullm 111 to
do all his riding, and now tiiat i-pencei is
without a license he veill be the most pop
ul?r Jockos this wlntei. Hcnrv will be in
dem mil at T.infor.in, hut In- 1 mnot nde at
Oakland unit -u the olllelals remove the bail
fiom him, and gn it prcssuie will be hi ought
to 1 eai to have tills done He urs was sus
pended biciuso of his connection with the
ilePiiessev-Lsnch .scandal of list spring.
Among the best known or tl e late airlv lis
Is Alec Covington, tho old jockev who rode
Judge Morrow to victois in the I.Tookl$n
Handicap. Alee came here from Ptiglaml,
where he raced with varelng -11111".., He
will spend Hie winter line ami tin u return
to the old countri It is probable that he,
will pick lip a few hoises to take hick with
It lias not been settled whetlur the rt e ill
lli-t will be- us, d at Taiuoran ITlme I'o
niitowski Is accredited v ith fivoring tre
bumliit,. It happont d tint he got the worst
of a Sew stalls there which 1 tollable con
vened him t.e th- Hag svstim on the
other h 1 id, Charles P ill his vme mi ret
old as advoeitlns the old stic ()l shirt
ing, winch was estn little s itbf.ie tore Inst
The name' of Rullm in ni iv In made fa
mous in the s.nitii, i,v auolhtr m-mber of
Ids familv There hive be" n inslanu s
where two luotlurs have u'hleved dlstiui -tlon
in their profession, the ciijtun biotli
ers were notable 1 samples The Rullnirtii
brothers mas in- the nest Tin noted lide
has a snuiig brother who is studiouslv
learning the art of piloting wmnirs All
summer long ho has bien engignl on P01
ttr Ashe's rauih wciking out and eserels
nijr lioise'se, with the hope of s0m, ,il.
111 iking a in irk for himself 111 the turf
The Maxwell v(,irtim; machine veill be
used at O ikland. Insteml of the Grov. The
Muswell is a .simple device. consi,ting inie
le of ejne siring ot rubber It bus been
used .11 St Louis and other Hacks wilh
slice tss A new saddling paddock veill In
built at T.infoian It will b- south of tlie
piesent one on a green liwn recentls lin
isl ed for tint pmpiise It will allow visi
tors, and espeoiallv women, to walk about
the grounds nud view- the horse.s liefore thev
aie synt to the post, n is a good idea, and
has been mid to advantage .it Saratogi,
Munis Park and Shoepshead
A 1! Spreekies his given Tommv I.olt
rulge a consignment of imrsoi to train dur
ing the coming season, ami it is a got d
bet tint Tom will win them out for hl
new- einplostr if the hoi sis are weilth traln
There is much spec illation as to the num
ber of bookmakers that will cut in the first
ilav and It now looks as if eighteen m
twents might lung out their signs. Johnn
Colomnn with his magnetic and entieins
smile, will of course, be re idv with the
clnlk. Hoffman A. Co. veill probablv have
two book'i on. Joe Hirlan is e-vn now on
tho ansious scat. Al Ivon'gshurg. wlo
lolled a shoestring into a shoe factoiv
around the Chicago track, will weigh In
ard Tom Quirin h indies tho coin foi him.
"I'eck" Kppinger, tired o' guessing from th
groui.d, stalls the season with a bank roll
that would give a ti imp the tired ft ellng
to cairv Pd Wallace le h's block mm.
Hems- Hariis, the b isi bill magnate, and .1
woll-kilniwi local ncvvspipor mm, veill lis
odds with a fuur-"tors loll George Roe's
crew Is due to-d iv ind George got.s heie
shoitlj A Nome piorpctor. named Mitclt
tll. will also mike his debut Rert Cava-l'.-iugh.
the Sacramento politician. Is going
to have a shj at tl game John Iltimph
11 v. of course, is re idv C.iesur S'nung and
"Rill" L ingford. both new- residents of
Oakland are waiting to put tin Ir names
down Tonv Cook is another that intends
chalking prices. Fnd Ceok, tho ovine r of
an estenslve -"Ring of horses, and several
other bookits will rtach here this week.
So S. T. Mouis Was HVItMsed Fmni
Chicago Nov 2 S I. Morn-, v. ho was.
arrested two weeks .11,0 on ,t chaige of
seeking the lives of John W. Gates of the
American Steel and Wire Compan., and
W. G. Rrimson, general manager of the
Kansas Cits' and Southern R.iilwa;.. was
discharged from custods to-das.
Attorncs.s representing the complainints
appeared in court and stated that ill.
Gates and ilr. Rrini"on Jid not care to fur
ther prosecute the caco and deshed the
SMALL RIOTS IN
TWO BIG CITIES,
e'liiiajjo and New Yoik Police Are
'alli'd on to Huppies.. Kx-
1 itetl 'iow ds.
RED FLAGS WERE UNFURLED.
Tllei. lines nf ,(. SorialKf Spealc-
CP- Inspiieil lle.ui'i to Enlliiis'i-
asin 01 Violent IiVM'lllliieiil
I'llilsu.il Si ellt'si.
Chic 1 jo Nov J SocHli-t labor orators
1 'se I tin nd Hag 111 Stale street to-night
and wen- dim 11 oft the thorourfhlaie bs
tho police who wen ininptUed to inteifere
to stop a not
It was Social! tie I ibor night, and the
Debs sjeakers us. el half .1 dozen w.igona
to ijk trom alon-; the .stmt.
There vein, finiuent clashes between the
spe ikeis and the big t roevd- who g all
ele d around th, stands Shorth after mid
niaht tins bee line bolder, and red 11 igs
weie- raised on e-Vers wagon. The red flags
were vi rs- large and in contrast ve.is
hung a 11 ig or the Pint, d Males of verv
The crowd took all this good-natuieilv
until sme t,i tie speakers began kukinr
at the American Hag. In a moment there
was confusion and along the stieet several
ot the orators were elragged from tin ir
wagons and roughly handled
Tlie centnl ui-t.ul police wagon was
called Sergeant Muhoaes oidcred the So
e I ilists' wagons to leave the street and thes
were iMorted awas, followed be the- pohce
pitroi. A mob ol 1,14X1 people followed the ni until
thee disappeared , tjlu shadows, f iue
MMII.IVIt sii;m:s sKW Illllli.
New ork, Nov. J Sis sp,ac.ers of the
Susialist Labor piit, who 1nsist.1l on talk
ing to an I'lioimous crowd at Seventh street
and Acme C te-nlght, were arrested b
A gout deal of clubbing was done bs the
utile r-, who numbered on r thirts. Tl.e
scene about the sorner lor several hours
was wlldlv e selling, and the polio- dis
pel seel tlie crow. I -i vtral times.
1 he .soot ilists went hack to their hoad
uu.irtiis jttei beh.g billed, and talKeet
agiln Tlie men are Arthur Keep, AVilliam
T. Ivinsclli, David Uarr. Louis Weidenr,
living R W'isii, rgci an I iias stone
Keep was telling a crowd of about ."4fi
tiiat tnere Is no trcedoni tor a people v. hen
a It w own the- instruments bs vvnieh the
necessities for all are produced, wnen Po
lite ir.un Parmer told Imn in Had no per
mit to spe ik there and he must stop.
Keep nept on. sastng chict Ue-.ers had
been iictiimi, and tnat he had a right to
.speak 1 aimer pulled him oil the st-iiid,
and, tearing trouble as the crowd selled
at mm -ind hissed him, he sent to th" sta-tlon-house
for help Another man was
The crowd wis threatening and growing
more boisterous and another call was sent
to the station-house. Ac ting Captain Cully
and thlrtv policemen then came, and the
Captain found Keep talking to a rapldly
growlng crowd, which applauded his en
ticnte. and he was arrested.
Klnsella trierd to talk, and he was arrest
ed Just as one Socialist was arrested an
other took his pi ice on the little stand,
ard was aircsted in turn, until there were
no mole -Deckels
The crowd hooted tlie police, and the of
ficers, becoming en raged, charged the crowd.
TTie used their clubs on a good in ins heads
and arms, and drove the crowd back from
the street, clearing it Then they took the
men to the station-house Thes were in
cells onlv a short time, when they were
REAL ROMANCE" OF THE STAGE.
Hwecclie.ii'.s. IJeimited and Their
Kn,M";enient Anuonnt ed.
romanco lliat began at a young ladies'
seminars In Ciii' lnn.itl three se.ir.s ago
lias progressed bv degrees to a betrothal,
whose announco'nent is interesting local
theatrical iieople. Tne pirtles to the romance-
.ue Miss Iioulse Douglas of the 1m
lerial Theater Stock Compan and William
Tl eodore Rurkarn. press representative of
the s ime theater iliss Douglas announced
their eiigaceinent at a .supper at Faust's
Three sears ago iliss Douglas who was
then known a- Miss Inilse Kamelsberg
was a pupil of R.irtholome vv Seminar-, one
of the fashionable schools of Cincinnati.
Another pupil in the school, and a chum of
i'iss Rami l-berg. was Miss Lucv- Burkam,
a cousin of ilr Rurkain. then a Cincinnati
ncwspi'ier man On one of his visits to his
cousin, .Mr Rurkarn met Misst Ramelsberg,
ind liefore long there was a feeling of
more thin frimdshlp between them.
Last sc ir Miss Ranicksberg became a
memlior of erne of Charles Prohman's com
panies, .mil her work kept her from Clncln
11 iti the evhole season. She and ilr. Burkam
. orres-pondid for a timi , but gradualR- the
letters grew' le"s ficqiient. and finally
ceased I-ist June Mr Rurkarn came to St.
I.oiti. whore he entered newspaper work.
At tho cunning of the theatrical season he
v..s tiig-ignl a.s press representative of the
Imperial T'hiater. and when Manager Giffen
took him back on tne stage to meet the
mnnliers of the companv he was surprised
to find tint "Miss Douglas' was Louise
The aniualiitiiiice thus renewed wa-s not
allowed to lapse, and matters progressed
so rapnlls that it wo, decided bs- both the
vouug people tint the engagement should
bo formallv announced. The date- has not
bei n set
ili-s Ramelsberg is a member of one of
the wealthiest and most prominent families
WORKING WITH REPUBLICANS.
Wliaiton IJai'kcT Shows How Mid
Uoadeis Will ISleet -Mc Kin ley.
Prie Pa., Nov. .'Apparently the Middle-
of-the-Road Populists are working in har
luony with the Republican Nitional Com
mittee this sear. Wharton Rnrker of Phll
ndolplua. their candidate for President, who
is In this elf. to-nleht. said:
"1 will poll yjtfe) Populist votes In Indiana,
which will be enough to save the State to
ilcKinlev. In Illinois I will get a very
lir.e vote, and ilc-Kinles v.ill carry that
Slate- 1 will get enough vote's In Xebr.isk 1
and South Dakota to tlefcat Rrvan lu those
Stitcs In Kentucky the s,tme conditions
esist. and McKlnies will carry that State'.
New York is Republican bv lCo.rn), so I can
see no hope for Rrsan.
"I shall be disappointed if I do not po 1
.'nOOH) votes I bilieve tint the world J" en
the verge of a financial crash and that
with iloKInlos in the presidential chair
America will stand up."
ilr. R irker ailded that the onlv- dinger
to the Republicans would their failure
to get out the Republican vote.
Tf th'V rail to do this," he said, "thete
mav be as much surprise nest Wedned-iv
morning -is there was when Grocer Cleve
land was elected in 1SDJ."
- BREWERY FOR "JAPAN.
I'i.iii Will I?c- Equipped With
Aiiiciie.Tti -Machine! .
r.r.i t iiLii'spLV-fAi..
Milwaukee. Wis., Nov 2. A contract was
practically clo-cd vesterdav afternoon by
one of the largest nnntifactunng concerns
in Milwaukee for the furnishing of the
first compi. to set or brewing machinery
ever sent from America to Japan. The
Milwaukee empans- had prepared plans for
tie entire hrewerv. including ihe buildings,
and th- ceist will be Wi.V'J or SlUtWi. de
pending on the size of the plant.
The imposed pi mt will be located at
Kvoto, and will be the first .ill-American
Plant in Japan. It will Include Ice mo
dulus, bottling apparatti-. brev.hous-e mi.
1 cliini i- eompite, construction iron and
ether machinery. There is now cue Mil
waukee ice plant, and one- bottlins: house
in Japan, but the others or the five brewer
ies are fulls- equipped with German machine!-'.
The prelimlnars' negotiations for
this ibal were- conducted through ilr.
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidne trouble preys upon tne mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition: beauty, vigcr
ana cneertuiness soon
f. ", fift disappear when the kie-
SiTi nevs are out of orcer
'tky or diseased
'J Kidney trouble has
become so rerevalent
' tl th.t it lrtnt I'Ticnmmnn
j". .'I u tor a cmld to be born
lil'filir-3 afflicted with evra trirl-
neys. If the cnild unn-
" ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or if, vhen the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control tne passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-v.-etting. aepend upon it. tne cause of
the difficulty s kianey trouble, and the first
stto should be towards the treatment cf
these lmcortant organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of tne
kidneys and bladder and not to a nabit as
most people suppo;e.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kione and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The m.ld and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sola
b druggists, in fifty-
cent and one dollar t
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet tell
IToroe of Swamp. Root
ing all about it. including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co.. Bmghamton. M. Y., be sure ana
mention this paper.
Following will be found a list of first
class hotels In terrltors tributary to St
lyouls with names of proprietor, rates pet
das" and population of town None but
first-class hotels will be presented, and
commercial men mas' depend upon receiv
ing first-class accommodations at the hotels
HOT SPRINGS. AKK. rop . 15.000; Great
Northern Hotel; newlv refurnished through
out: first-class in all departments; flre
proof, electric olpvator- "legant bathhouse
authoritv United Stales Government under
S.me roof; rates to K-Jfi per das'. SU-""'
to $17.: per week. Prank Damron. prop.
CASi;r, IM... St. Charls Hotel; pop ,
2."t, rates. S2. J if. i"Ilco"C, prop.
PCRCRI.L. I. T. Pop. 3.00"; Hotel Love
where the commercial men stop: rate, il
per das. Brown ISros . props.
CLINTON. MO Pop.. s,(X); Hotel Bur
red; J. il. ISurrell. prop, and manager, first
chits and modern in everv pirticular. rates
K upper p impbell lieyer po. pentropolu
misas Ulty, Rio. U t-rorj.. u Hotel.
T'.oth plans Popular prices. Directls conncie-d
bv street cars to all dDOt
CAPE GIRARDGAU. ilO Pop , 4,000: the
River View Hotel: beautifullv situated
overlooking the- Mississippi River; rates
Si and S2.V1 per das-. F. TV. Dunlop, prop.
GLASGOW, MO Pop.. 2.G0O Price's
Hotel. Steam heat, baths and all modern
conveniences; $1 per da. A. B. PRICE,
MEXICO, MO. Pop. 6.O1JO. Hotel Ritigo
the first-class hotel, Lesh & Noris. props.
NEVADA. MO Pop.. ltf.OOrt, Hotel Mitch
ell; George Kahl. prop.; $2 per das" in the
heart of the business section, good sample
rooms,. SALISBURY, MO. Pop. 3,000. Neil
Hotl. Close to depot; newls- furnished,
good sample-rooms; lirst-class accommoda
tions. W. F. NEAL, prop.
OKfjAHOMA CITY The metropolis of
Oklahoma. Pop, 14.SO0; Grand Avenue, the
largest and best appointed hotel between
Kansas City and the Gulf or Rockj- iloun
talns. Rates 1- and up. Fred Mjer. mana
ger. SHAWNEE Pop., S.0O0. and growing.
Hotel Holland, the finest on the Choctaw
line, and tlie pridu of Southern Oklahoma.
Rates, il. II. Y. Rjan. prop.
BUNCOED BY A GIRL.
Kind- Hem ted Citizen Changed a
Golden Coin's for jjer.
REI'liBI IC SPECIAL
Brookljn. N. Y., Nov. 2. Beauty In dis
tress alwajs appeals to Louis L. Wendell,
an auctioneer of No. 6S0 ilcDonough street,
and -when he saw a young woman weeping
on a Hal-ey street car last evening- his In
terest was aroused. He asked what the
"The conductor is gg going to th
throw me off." she whimpered, "be be
cause I haven't ans thing sm-smaller than
a f f iiv e-dollar g gold piece."
"Shameful!" cried the auctioneer. "Give
it to me. I'll change It." And he did.
The soung woman left tho car with sus
picious suddenness as soon as she got the
change, and Mr. Wendell, exuding philan
throps' from everv- pore, and pleased with
his own kindlv- act, continued on to the of
fice of a dailv paper, where he passed In the
$. gold piece to the cashier, together with
.some other mones', to pav for advertising.
Hut the practical cashier had no use for
a piece of pewter covered with gold leaf,
and handed it back to the auctioneer, who
then made a wild rush in the direction of
the spot where the weeping- woman left the
"These put-up Job3 drive all the milk of
human kindness In a fellow sour," said Mr.
Wendell, with some annoance-
114 Help Wanted Ads
Printed In To-Djy'9 Republic.
niminrxM Kill 1 11 re- ut Los Anceles.
Ixis Angeles, Cak. Nov. 2. Eugene Wes
ton. .1 buildlnf: agent, to-daj- filed a petition
in hankruptcv. Liabilities-. STS.OtS: assets.
JJOT.". All but SJiO of his obligations is owed.
This trade-mark title represents
The Purest type of Excellence.
1 0 Years Old. Rich and iVlellow.
DAvrn KicnoLsox, st tools, iio.
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