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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, MAY 18,
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.
Trsterdaj.'s bank cltarings'w ere $7,310. C.2,
balances $7M,477. Tyocal disccunt rates were
firm between l'i anil S's per cent. Domestic
exchange was quoted as follows. New York,
60c premium bid. 73c premium asked: Chi
cago. 2oc jrem!um bid. 30c premium a-d-ed;
Cincinnati, par bid. 10c premium asked;
JoulsvilIe. 2Tk- discount bid, par asked. New
Orlenns, par bid. 10c prf mium avd
Wheat closed lower at 2c July, SHjSS2c
No 2 red Corn closed lower at WsC July.
M'jc No. 2 mixed. Oats closed at lie No.
The local market for spot cotton nas 1-lCc
Th hurl-il of General Ro"ecrans took
place jeMerdaj, under the auspices of the
Ji'rav of the Cumberland.
The Gotrnment Is collecting a miss of
evidence against the Ucef Trut.
LOCAL AND SFHURUAN.
Edward Neuhert in dnmigc suit filed at
Clajlnn. claims ih-it Jin Duthlel Cabanne
ordered him out of htr way with a re
volver William E Adams, a former clerk in tho
Election ('ommt"-s'oiier's office, probably
fatally wounds his wife. Sirs Nellie Adams.
The chief liundries of the city hae noti
fied their branch agents that their commis
sions will be reduced from 25 to 20 per cent
John Trebane. writing from England, op
poses on pnrt of English stockholders, pro
posed exchange of yoo.OffJ.ff) stoel corpora
tion preferred stock for bonds.
The city and county wings of the Demo
cntlo party In Jackson County. Missouri
which have been at outs for two jears, are
united in harmony.
Alabama Daughters of the Confederacy
nro divided on the question of preserving
the old mansion at Montgomery oecupl
by President Jefferson Davis before tho
Confederate capital was removed to Rich
mond. Walter Vrooman is trjlng to raise JOm.OOO
to start a co-operative store In Kansas City.
Seven men are killed In a fight between
negroes and officers In a suburb of At'anta,
Four men are killed and four injured In
n head-on collision on the Burlington llail
Doad near Hjannls. Neb.
The General Corference of the Methodist
Tpiscopal Church. South, in session at Dal
las, fixes Tuesda as a day for disposing of
Count de Rochimheau, who will repre
sent his ancestor at the unveiling of the
monument In honor of General Hocham
beau in Washington, and M. Michel La -tfrave.
French Commissioner to the Louisi
ana Turchase Exposition, arrived at New
It is belived that a bitter fight for the
reorganization of Tammany Is sure td fol
low Nixon's retirement. Lines In the im
pending strugglo probably will be drawn
b-tween Richard Croker and his former
deputy, John F Carroll.
Emperor William has commissioned a
culptor to prepare a statue of Frederick
the Great to be presented to the United
BtatiB. and he maj visit America to be
present at the unveil ng.
Waldeck-Rousseau, Premier of France,
announces that his self-imposed task of ac
complishing the overthrow of the enemies
of the French Republic being completed, ho
will retire from the Ministry satisfied. Pres
ident Loubet lauds the work of his Minister,
who has established peace throughout the
American school children lay -wreath on
the grave of Ixifavette.
The engagement of M. Santos-Dumont to
the daughter of a distinguished Brazilian is
leported in Par's.
The rule has been made that only twenty
Inches of space will be allotted to each per
son attending coionation ceremonies in
Ameiican pugilists are invading London
end a b'g boxlrg boom is promised. Some
enterprising Americans are planning a fistic
carnival to take place during coronation
icascn and to bring together champions
from all lands
Emperor William 's being severely criti
cised for his so-called tendency to coquette
with heterodox writers.
The third court of King Edward and
Queen Alexandrn was the most brilliant
nnd best attended of the season. Amonj
the man- American ladles present, who
were presented to h's Majesty, was Mrs.
Douglas Robinson. President Roosevelt's
Several new c cling records have been
made In Par If.
Severe, tbe balloonist who was killed in
a fall from his alrhlp. the Pax. spent his
entire fortune on his Invention, and would
havo left his wife penniless but for $1,000
life Insurance wh'ch he took out two das
before the fatal ascent.
Indoner appeal to J. Pierpont Morgan
to reorganize their miserable steamship
lines. Ore paper pokes fun at the American
millionaire rv asserting that he has all but
bought the Man-hester Canal and la bid
ding for the ret of Europe. Asia, Africa
King Alfoii"0 XIJI of Spain was jester
dn Invested with th title and authority
of reigning sovereign of the realm, the oc
casion being hi sixteenth h!rthda. The
Queen Regent abdicated by kissing her
son's hand A madman proposed marriage
to the Infanta during the procession and
it wni rumord that an attempt wan made
to assassinate the oung King by stabbing
Schwalbe ran a mile In 1.33i In the Mis
sissippi Vallcj Stakes at the Fair Grounds
The Cardinals won from Drooklvn by the
score of 4 to I
At Chicago the Browns were defeated by
the Whlt Stockings for the third succes
Four rchcol recorcs were broken and one
was tUd in the High School field meet yes
terday. The Erne-Gans and Abel-Sull'van matches
were the topics of discussion In fight circles
New Ycik, May 17. Arrived: La Tou
ralne, from Havie.
New York. May 16 Sailed: Mesa, Lon
don: I.a Champagne. Havre; Noordam,
Rotterdam, via Boulogne; Astoria, Glas
gow, Trave, Naples and Genoa; Saxonla,
St. Vincent. C. "V. I.. May 17. Arrived:
Mathilda, Tacom.i, via Callao.
Antwerp. May 17 Arrived: Fricsland,
New 'lurk, bailed. Zecland, New York.
Liverpool. Ma j 17. Arrived: Celtic and
Lucaula. New York. Sailed: May 16, Bue
nos Ayies. Philadelphia; Nomadic, New
York; March 17, Umbrla. New York.
Hamburg. Slay 17. Arrived: Columbia,
New YorK. via Plj mouth and Cherbourg.
London, Ma 17. Sai'ed: MInnetonka,
Havre, Maj 17.-Salled. La Savol, New
Bremen. Maj 17 Sailed: Grosser Kur
fuer&t. New lork, via Southampton.
Chirlwuig. Maj 17 Sailed: Phllauelphii,
from buutnampton. New York.
llriiton Expected Hack To-Ddaj.
a8mry,ton. May 17. Representative Ben
ton 01 Neosno, wno has been attending the
Methodist Conference In Dallus, Tex., for
the latt ten aajr, is expected to return to
,v asningtou fcuhdaj .
ACADEMY OF SCIENCE JThe Acad
emy ot Bcience will meet, to-morrow nunt
at No. low) Locust street. Professor C. M.
Woodwaru will lectuie.
WOODMEN'S ClllOt,E EUCHRE The
Olive Giote uooumen .icle wul give a eu
chre Vvuiicsua afternoon at z o'ciock at
their hap. uioadwto' and Cnippena street.
Ueverui vuluubic prizes will go to the win
ners. GK4-V.D AVE.M14 CHURCH CONCERT
The ninth concert of mis beaton at the
Grand Avir.ue Liaptisi Church will take
blace Tutfcday evening at the church. No.
iTUl North urand avenue. The concert l
gven under tne alrcction of T. Rooert
lute. The piogramme consists of vocal
and insiiumental music, 'xne Henneman
Ladles' Quartet, Mr. Joseph Putnam and
lilts Alice Layat are on the programme.
THE REPUBLIC FORM CHART
ST LOPIS FAIR ASSOCIATION SPRING MEETING-Ma 17, Fnutteenth Day.
JO First race. purc $400, 3- ear-olds and up, selling, l fur'ongs:
s S1 I
1 1 I
S 4' .
5 ; I
i) i i
I 14 7
51 Ilia, Gift. 3 .. I M
ugnt Hunt. 2 'jj
I.dv Avnn. 3 ...i m l
John Morton 5 . I 101
IConnle I.. ? . J lot
t-seille ltiwn. 3 .1 1
Mono Hack. 5 ....I i4 i
Ilertning, 4 .' 1)4 I
Duela 3 1 fcX 1
Tom Crabb. 3 . s7 I
ITrlo. 3 .... l XTi
(Marie G Drown. 51 !4
litose of Red, 3 .. I SO I
Bl Roth. .. 109
Start koo.1 Won all cut. eond mbIIj Wlnnr. D SchnclJfr's I. f. 3 b) UucV.ma"t. r
rickup dirt was lt Met considerable Interference In earlj part an 1 wts force 1 jtround out
IJe at last turn lleadel Hunt a ljteenth out but was forci 1 u hard drlvo In ilmlni; etrl-1
Hunt Improving Was short, but held on can-e'r Avon rui cool race from p(or begtnilnp
ilo-ion hi.I "peed but was short Har noull help him Mone Hark ran a .lull nee Mioul 1
uo better Trio poorlv managed tbroui.bout
Time :::v,. .si, ,zi, u. i-i 1.15
Second race. pure $4a,0 for 2-j ear-rids,
ind nonsni Iwt. s ; I 1. I s r. j .toeeys 1 op'n noser ri
C3) J hldnej Valker.2 10S I pT !" i i iTwTanip C-. il 1 1 21
I ore and tt. 3 I 103 4 3' .13' 3 , 2' Heli,erson ' i i 1
g ,L.icj Cranfrd, 3 111 ' 3 4nki .... I &' I 4' I & .-iKUion . I 4 l' . 11
3i ?Ia"lclti 2 1 10; ! 8 I I 4' i 4 'Ioml-l-k 1 a , fi 1 3
riving Ulrl. 3 1 1 l f i : I . ;' i: Henderso-i tv 11 I 1
i. otarj. 3 110? 7 ' I 6" I f Knrl :i I 30 11
. ..IPnurquol la. 3 ICO 1 4 7 1 ! 7 I 7 7 lOormlej I 2) i ') I 11
Start COOil Won In a romw ...ati.1 ilrltfnt'
Mate The Chourrh Walker made hi. Hell look cheap and la a coll of hUh clas Fore ail
Art mi all out Crossed Crawford near nn'"h. forcing bo to cheek up on latter Would hue
tn. "conI "e "' doing Ma beat. No exeii-et. for Maverick Olrl had apeel but was choked
cnaelne Walkor Volarj of little account l'ourauoi I'aaverv rreen
Tlin- 13, .23',. .30, :4S. 1 07V,.
Third race. pur-? $3"0. for 3-) ear-olds and up. selling. s' furlongs.
Inl HORSES Wt. 5 y I U ; a r. I Jockj- IOpen'C!oer PI
Approved. 3 ... . I t5 I B "i, V T V Iiudi-n .. . 1 13 5 1 133 I fl
.. . St Wood. 6 109 I 0 S"fr 6V, 3' I 2' lllell . .. 10 2) I 1)
' ,S"aner: 5 ' ,,lS :o 5"i' ,ls 4 I Ink -lnpleton 10 I 1 5
:; Id'taln. ;. I 1M I 12 11' ' .. . f 5' I 4' iKiw.ntlcrov . 10 ' S I 4
40 Kiss Quick, r, . ..I 161 3 3nkl .... 1 l"li l Kllven, I 1) I 3d I 1)
J2 II?Tl.cJ,"!?"' ' ,fl 1 3 ' :'-' 6 "I "' IT w'a"!l 4 17 1 3
4! lEbtht Delia, 7 .... 104 4 4nk .... V I ' I "no-ctlli I 1) ' 13 '
,. Ii00, -r, 4 . -1107 S 7", 4't ' ',- I M itisuilanp 0 I s I 1
f I lOala Iaj-. 7 ... M 11 10' I II I 9 I 9 J o folnSr 114 2 J
1.B0 Inocatlon, a . . 104 ' 7 5' I . . 10 I 1) I 1C IpUiran I 3) I 00 I Jl
il ,I''n'Ji',0. 7 . ' ,"'' I 3 I 1' 1 6' I U ' 11' lflorr-1- 31 J I 11
0 'Imperialist. 5 1 109 I 6 I 12 I . . 12 13 I 13 Domlnlik 1 ' 3 1 12
Start ko.1 1on eallj . second clevcrh Winner A Mstrevis's b k. 3 li Tlth-m-In
jrertre. Approved was lwt an won with aim-thlnc lert Wood rin n i;oo.l rn-e an 1 1 ih ut
2rU" . I,ounI'ee and Certain toutl Latter was heavllv plaved and had she pot In fli't
niriiht would have heen a slnrp facte- In the race. Kin Quick ha 1 a worll of spwd but i mt
tadl) in stretch IIermoo nnd Coll.rs hal spetiter a ouirter Hells ijorly lnndlel Iinpcrlall t
bad no pre!
lime .uu. -si-, -rn l-oi. 1.13
Fourth race. Mississippi Valley Stakes. $1.(K) ndd?l, selling, ?-ye.ir-olds and
upward, one mile:
Ind HOnES IV.'t S 'i V. i, a I F. I Joikeji lopnlCIcsef ri.
7 l-jchwalte 3 1 a 4 T 1 i 1"-! 1 llleltervon .! 3 j 1-2 j 7
(07) nrulare, 7 1104 3 Snk 3" 3VJ I : I 2"i hiimlunip 153 7 3 I 6 1
Peaceful. 5 .. ...I 111 l 3 : I S 2' I "to DrMlnlcl. I 2 I 1 I t
ftl Petit Maitre. 5 ...i 105 6 4' tnk 5' t .' t 4 '11.11 . 6 12 1
45 Maxlrnu;. 4 lilt 9 t I S"OI Ml 7' , .-. U1Litn ... 3 3 1
(8) Pound. 7 10l S 7' I 7", I 71,1 I 6no r WaLh. I 6 133 3
JO Jordan. 3 ! 93 7 t"ji f I 6' I Cnoi 7s O Nein .. 1 s
"iL ,A,ano , ' lft3 2 2 j 4" I 44 4', I ?' I-auntleroj . 11 40 I 11
(f2) ir.lenwood. 4 I 104 i 99s3jq Connor 13 I SO !
Start good Won vary easllj : next three drlvlns Winner U Si hrelber'a blk f . 3. by Sun -bratltude
Schwalbe best, but was Iuck- to ttt out of s tlijht hole at brt turn where IV'tt
Maitre all but put her over the fence I'eaceful carried orf his feet In the pace and was htoppoi
rast at the end Brulare ran her race and hal no excuses Maitre was cloMns: fait nnl wo'tll
have been third in another Jump Found had na speed and acted as If verv Four Jordan -'it
"p at the post and delaed stirt. Ran a dull race Vano hid speed, but race ptoprel h'm
earlv Glenwood outrun all the way.
Time -12H. .23V.. .!?. 4S4 1-01, 1.13i. 1 ffi'4 1.-1V-7Q
Flf,n race, purse $400, for 3-j ear-olds and upward, seven furlongs:
SO 2 2S
9 1 Snk
S9 S C
108 4 4'
37 7 T
103 S 84
S7 6 5'
17 9 t
iThe Bronze Demon
Terra Incog-nlta .
, Sta.r.,..:"- Won all out: second earns. Winner. W. W Elliott's b t.l hi Hlmjar-Grai
If. Wise beFt. Set l pace which made the others' toncues hang out Zlrl eaidlr let ir
ethers, maktnr two horee race Others outclassa Demon ran a a-ood race Lillian eolne well
at the erd Race should help Appla Ermac'c had "peed, but ras verv weaklv handled Othr
three got In a 'am at start and were never factors
Time 12 :23. .34H. -it'. 1-00. 1M. 1:26.
Sixth race, purse $300. for S-j ear-olds
Wt. S J '4
"ioi i i is-
107 6 24 3
103 4 3" 3
113 1 '. 104
109 11 TO 4
107 2 4 "a
107 7 9 7
) 110 I 10 11 11
j 112 I 5 Cnk V
103 I 9 10' J'
1 107 g V Si
jTemy rll, 4 ...
(Alee. 5 .
jl'ree Pass. S ..
FI Caney. E
I Prince Real, 5 ..
1 lnepress. 0
Joe DoUEht. .
I Pharaoh 5 .. ..
Eleven Rells. i .
Start KOOd Won eaallv. aocond drlvlnp: Winner. J II Huphes's b m 4 br Tennv Vt
Relle First three had race between them throughout Alee shnivod Improvement hut buns a Mt
nt the end So excuses for Pass Pharaoh ran well for a Inlf ml' th-n stoprei Same am
for Revoke Canev met with Interference at quirter Made up rround In stretch " sw
Time 134 .2:. :37. .194. 1 02. 1 15V.. 1.274. 1 414 ' r'"unu m "rcicn
Q Seventh race, purse $400, for 3-year-olds and up. mile and three-sixteenths:
Ind. HORSC3 Wt, S H ij S I P. Jookejs. ' Open't'o-ef PI
C Wallabout 4 102 4 44 3' 5' ( 4' l' PJ O'Connor.! 7l 12 I 1!
74 Halinda, 7 104 2 24 24 4', 3" 34 ll.ell . .. j 6
01 Brewer Schorr. 3 v 3 7 6' 1' I H. 3' Lnud-n ... 4 i I p.11
(fc.) All Saints. 4 11) 6 6no 44 3no 2'4 4'" II.jmhdck ...3 10 4 1
36 W Gatos, 6 105 1 1' V 1 I SU lb HeaLch iipd 10 10 " 1
J? nyhnell. J 1JJ 7 34 24 J' j ' " T Walsh P. ' CO " 2
t4 lre Gold. 7 .... 104 3 3' 7' 7 I 7 I 8 Vrnold ... 100 JX 1 S)
Start rood Won driving: second same. Winner. Httph Mcvarrtn's b h . 4 br Charnxus
Vlglle Wallahout. well handled closed with crreat determination Schorr also came nt en 1
but weakened tinker liressure
Saints had no ex
rfcee she received Frldav
Time 04. :19, .30,. .43V4.
5Vi. l-OS. I
SCHWALBE RAN A
Schreiber's Pilly Established
Xew Truck Rpcoid at the
HILEE EQUALED A RECORD.
Six Well-Backpd Favoritos Stored
for the Talent Sidney Wal
ker Won the Second
in a Gallop.
Schwalbe established a new- track record
for a mile and Hllee tied the old record for
seven furlongs at the Pair Grounds yester
Schwalbe ran a mile In 1:33' j. winning the
Mississippi Valley Stakes easily frcm Bru
lare and Peaceful. Schrelber's flllj. was full
of running. She made all her own pace and
ran her horses off their feet. Peaceful was
uted up chasing Schwalbe and Petit Maitre
ccarlj nipped him for third monev.
l.aw. (iii7t:u nun iui iiiiru money. I
The best previous track record for a mi'e. '
1:40, was made by Assignee when he beat
UucK Massle In the Inaugural of 1831 I
The previous winners of the Mississippi '
ixiiKi Planes were.
Tear. Horse Jockey.
WIl-Bllnk. A. Weber.
Weight Time Value
' I 34 11.415
I9i0 Ulss Mae Daj. Dominlck. S3
1!W Doctor Sheppard. Thorpe. 113
lSS8-Harrj Duke. II. Martin.. 114
189. David, Freeman 107
1106 Kick. T Murphy 101
180: San Bias. Turhivlll- .... lot
i.4) i.i4s ;
1 464 1.113
1 444 1,143
1:144 1 145
1 434 1.K0
H lee galloped over his lie d In tne
ev'ent. supping the seven furlongs In 1.HS
flat, equaling Tlmemakcr's record for the
distance mane In U9i Hllee was a strong
favorite at even monev
The other feature of the racing was tho
success of six favorites. The public's
cho'ecs went through in even race hut the
last. TVallabout. the winner of the sev
enth, went to the post at 10 to 1 He won
as he pleased from Sallnda and Brewer
Schorr. All Saints, the favorite, collapsed
to nothing in tbo stretch, after showing a
lot of early speed.
Approved, winner of the third race, was
run up $305 over his entered selling price by
W. T. Laird, owner of the second horse, St.
Wood. Approved was bid In by his owner.
Has Gift scored In the first race in a driv
ing finish with M'lton Young's Lamp
lighter horse. Light Hunt.
will Dardon's fast I-year-old, J. Sluncy
Walker, spread-eagled his field In the sec
ond event, winning In a gallop bv six
lengths from Fore and Aft and Lacey
Crawford. The winner was heavilj backed
at even monev. He led all the way
Alee started off like a winner In the
sixth, but backed up In the stretch and
Tenny Biille ran over her at the end Free
Pass Just got up In time to finish third.
Bamev Schreiber wen his flrtt stake of tha
meeting when Schwalbe annexed tbe Mtas'sairsl
Valley Saturday. It waa the flrat stake aihrelber
has won at the Fair Grounds since Mlas Marlon
captured the Debutute la lSSJ.
J. K. Hughea, the Texas bookmaker, came
within an a of making a big clean-up Satur-
Onfnll load PI
F. I Jockej ,
1' ILnuden I 3 I 3 I -
2' t .N.lll . . i l J - l --
'2 '11 llendersinl 3D I 4) I -'
4fc IHomintck 1) I M I 4
S' IIIiIkThu 1 i -" i
f IJ O fonner 11 I S .3
V lltll .3 6 "3
u (Jien . . 51 30 1)
ll'r.vtcn . Ii 1j ;
IB llloubre 13 40 1
11' H'nnc-3j 10 9 4
13 Rnrnilv 5) :" 1'
13' IWallHC 10 10
14 l WilEht 10 30 11
W Inna- t n...i.n p t'.t'm hr n lv Plr.t
F. I Jockeys.
2 Helirerson ..
44 .OoMen . .
B' iDomin'ck ..
7 in Smith ..
S' 'E Murphy.
lA Lines . .
and upward, selling, ono mile:
Open Close! PI
9 11 I 4 1 I 9 11
3 19 3 1 3 2
30 I l I 2)
1 i l J
1 111-3 I 3 3
ii Urn l 3i
30 I 40 I 11
a) 21 I s
CO I 10) I 3)
1" IKeJI .
I 3 1721 0
4 ' 111-2
3 ll'elccrson '
4' IMrl . .'
t IW n Wnts'nl
fnk raunlleroj I
7no T o Crnno- I
S' IT Walsh . I
91 IGlvenx . . .
10" lArnoll . . j
II IDeauchnmp .1
10 I 10'
Millnua ran well, considering the hard
1 41U, J-01'4
av He backed bis mare, Ternj I!1. nil over
the rtnir an 1 when Tennv rtK- w n ho het his
wlnnln;. back ,n f-ahni'- Wallalmm cot 10
'ut In time to win f-o,n Sat'.i'l.i and bat Hushes
out of a small-slied fortune
Jw c-vreji if CMiasro. Oilonel John M :raels
Jos Oirej of Chicago Colmel John V Grnile
of Utile Rock nnd Hugh Kan- of Dm'H- sr
three of t" blgir-st plaers her" Cnrej had 1501
J!. ch"n11" and bet all his vvlnnlnss back on
Hllee Graejo would h-.ve given the rlns an awful
scorchlnr If Mce coul i have won th slth rae
Terr Hell- beat her In a d-lve
Tom Haves ?ot Lick fmm I,oulvlllo In tlm
I?,?"' "J' ,0,t Jordan ler.ten in tho Mississippi
vnllet stakes lordn has dcvelop-d into h In tl
acto- at the po- He rald the mlsthl I at th
Yes ' alt'nIa ttIld d'ajed the mart fifteen mln-
nrtrfaS.iIl'27nrr!'"1 from M"rris IHrk 4it
iewilii. Hor'-n Grev Pall and flv 2-
Tii-Vorron's Knir Cronnils Hnfrles.
Plr-t race, ono mile and twentj yards, selling
4. -Prink Peirce
47 llr nark
fiO Hanquo U
C j Ion
47 In O Pallon
71 Iacon . .
3' I S" I
V ?. I
f I t
S' S' I
. ?: i
101 50 -Usle Ilnrnes . 9'J
10j zach Phelps 1 0
UJ Fuclno v,
1) Ki.nja . .. . 107
111 Orris .. 101
A 13 Temp.e . . .104
err mi race, rour and one half furloms, selling
32 Don fcrneto . 91, 57 -Jlaltoferln .
.1 One-a . . S5 2" Seize
41 On the Quiet 10J M P-strlc- s .
i. i.'?ry ...113 21 Ixij lvach
S' Gold ornament . 10jI Ouia .
Third race, one rrlle anil twenty jards, selllns.
31 lenis . ..
feO W lnepress
50 El Ghor
.. . Mr l'onuroj .
.4 Little Tim.. ..
SO Alee . 01
6 Guide Uxk 10.
l W 11 Gvtes lid
iO I'tlmo Ileal . . Id
fc") 1 ree Pas' h2
71 Glirardo 10t
Fourth race, one mile. pur"e. 3jrnr-olds:
72 Kins rialv
. 105- 61 I.Kile "-com
. 11j 10 'vralw
.10) (45) Crimean
72 Helen Print
ICQ) llewev .. . .
llf;h race, one mile and .eiemj lards, selling.
(JC John ie 3IcC rt IV K) I'hirioh
47 -Van Hooreb-ke n'j SI w "il.bout "
66 'DosHn ....
(56) rellx Hard ,
j Mth race, six furlongs, celling
34 Th Light .. 54! C7 Hucclueth ..
2 S'lrl . . .. (5 72 Marie Hell . .
73 Halnault n 72 luls Wagner
. . Nala 105 hubmarlre .. .
41 Santa Ventura. 97 61 'Huntressa ...
73 0?le .
QT .- Tslrn II atiAf
w Jake Weber..
"Apprentice allowance claimed
First Race Barouo II. Macon Kunjn
hecond Race Maltoferln, Gold Ornament. Seize
Third Rac LdRaido. Alee. Little Tim
lourth Rac Terra I irma. Crimean. Dewe
Fifth Race Schr.a.lw. Felix Hard. Wallabout.
Sixth Race Hlle. Ogle, Iiuccleuth.
OIvVTAS WON M'HSEIVr STvKCI.
Schorr's Colt Damped Over a (iood
Field ut Louisville.
Louisville, K.. May 17 Onatas. Schorr's
2- ear-old colt, showed her class this after
noon when she won the Nursery Stakes at
four and one-half furlongs, against a good
field, with comparative ease. She went to
the post an odds-on favorite and. after get
tlrg off in good shape was wll placed
around the track. Coming into dhs stretch
tre filly tock the lead and had no trouble In
beating out Madden, Meny Reel and Wood
lake who had a hot fight for the place, the
former winning by a narrow margin. One
of the biggest crowds of the meeting saw
the sport. The track was fast and the
First race, five furlongs Luralighter. 110 (L'nd
se. to 1. won; Sheriff Rell 113 (Wlnkfleld),
?w."i 5. "cond: Pericles. 110 (Ransch). 3 to 1.
third. Time 1,01V,. Shooting star. Emlty Bell.
Ganionetta. Prince of Endurance and Slloam also
m,d.r"cT ""Ine. ore mile Toah 111 fWlnk
fleld), 1 to 4. won; En Battle. 110 (Miller). 8 o
k.,!co,!? Jhn Terks. 115 (Buchanan). 1 to i,
,h4j!v.TIme LV Opera Olrl also ran.
ZH.I2.,V "llln. v" furlongs-AuIes, 102
(Cobum), Itol, won; Starve. 107 (Ransch), 2 o
Arntlirrrl or Cri-en (Ink.
2 HARVARD GETS FIRST HONORSi
..--, . ..-1- r-lr--r
vSB il SWELL
INI thUULLtUIAl t rirl T-oinuniu-mcii unHmriurjonir.
Now Vork, Ma.v 17 Doctor Watson L Savage, director of tho Columbia Gym
nasium has annoiinctd the official list of the iiilercolIegHto th tmpionshlp tlft
strong men, as chosen on the ha--ls of the rect nt tets to decide the Intercollegiate
strength-tfst championship, in which Harvard won and Columbli was second
The. liht follows:
Tjhk Harvard. 2 3d 8
It G Hall. Harvard. 2 :SS 6
II A Varnum. Amherst. 1.9'J 5
It B Oremr. llnrvard. 1 S10 1
O It Lenis, Harvard. 1 KM 6
(1 II Bruce. Harvard. 1.S37 6.
X W. Wlllard. Columbia. 1614
R S Fttanglnnd. Columbia, 1.V01 S
(I W Harsh, Minnesota, l.T'S 1.
r C Krchorn. Harvard. 1.7S8 S
T II Johnson Columbia. 1.731
W n Penseoter. Harvard, 1,730 S
F S Shaw. Columbia. 1 731 4
N P Nelson. Minnesota. 1 Vt 4
C Marston. ColJtnbla, 1,727
0 P Co'e. Harvard 1,721 4.
V tie Li ?I Kirle, Columbia. 1 7 S
J I) Keman Jr . Colunlb'l 1 704 '1
II f. hmlth PolumLIi 1 K3 3
P W IVster. liarv ml 1 6u6 1
H II A Croth. Harvard, 1 Wl i
A P Asher, JIlrntso'E. 1 f3l 1.
1 C" Hi5dn. Harvanl 1015
U 1) Gravis. ClutrUi. l.e'4 9
P M Levis. Hn-vard. 1 K2
II Pchustf-. Colutnt In 1.817 2.
SCARCITY OF YEARLINGS AT
AizpnJ! of Itiir Rarinp; Stables Active in l?Iue;rass Slate Lookinj; for
Material at I'riate Sale T. W. Moore Offeied Fancy Sum for
Inventor, Who Is Now Out of Training MNs
Dixie Is Unfortunate.
Sreciil Correspondence ot The 5und5 Republ'c.
Lexington. K , May 1C Later reports
frcm various breeding establishments con
firm the rumors of th very startling scarc
ity of jeirlings this season and tho agents
of tho Lis rating stables are very active
in the Ulue Grass ju-st now locking for sult
abla materl il to pick up at private sale. T.
H. Stevens of Walnut Hill Stud has every
vearlins on the place in training and will
tr his hand at developing them before Uicy
are sold Tvone will be offertd at public
auction Information has Just reached thN
city that Prank 11. Harper ot the famous
Nantur.i Stud Ills decided to have no public
s lie of starlings from Nntur.v this spring
but will dispose of hid tine crop at private
silo. Breeders who will --ell at public auc
tion are anticipating higher prices than
it his Ju.t leaked out that T. V. Mooro,
owner ot the crack J-j ear-old colt. Invent
or, was offered 512 vw for the son of imp.
Ingoldsbv ufUr he had finished second to
Allnn-a-Dale in the Ki.ntin.kj Derbj. The
tender camt. from an Eastern turfman
thiough John Hanning of New York. Moore
dt (.lined tho offer on account of the colt's
engTgcments in the Latonla and American
derbies and now Inventor is out of training
and will not lie able to race aguin before
lato In the summer or during tne autumn.
The illness, howtvtr, is reported as trifling
and although it will probaDly preclude any
Idea of ttarti-.g the colt in his rich en
gagements,. Mr Moure I" satisfied that In
ventor will show himself to be the king of
1-jiar-olds in the Wtst before the season
ei ds In this opinion John Hodegup. who
lias handled the colt since a je-irling, henrt
llv concur1- lnv tutor's dam. Imp Duchess
Caroline, is now evntd bj J 1 and F. I'.
Keen, and one of the finest sucklings at
Cisileton Stud hv Kine;-ton. is out of her.
T'le Mcvrs Keen? also own the dam of
Imp Ingo'dsuv, the 1 re of Inventor.
3. wcon.l. Kniathlon. 110 (YV Inknell). 1 10 1. t
tvrtl lime, 1.2'i Aiminw nnu lorancr aiu (
Fourth race, the Nursery Ptikes. for 2jear
oli'i, four in I one half furling" Jt CK" OnataF.
11. (Wtols). : to 1 wot. Merry ile-1. 10S (Wtnk
tlflill 4 to 1. pecoml. WootlUk 115 (llurharjin),
1; til thirl Time. r4" Flora VMIloushbv,
I il f-vs Ilorlte nnd rh Ilckrt a!o ran
Hfih tacp Fix erd one half (urlonKs. "piling
St'tf 1(7 (Knight). 7 t) -'. win. Tni;clv. lt9 (Mil
Irr) 1 tot "cond nave IB ( Itkflpldl J to 1.
tMril limn, 1 :.' Itlnehello Otonee, Uttle Itlt 1,
vwndiinu" Doilj VVauner, Temjitress, Masterful
jril l oivonpiant 111-0 rin
sixth race live furl mr- Imp Mlrta Santa. 113
(Milk!) 3 to 1 won Miul (,orn, 117 (Cobum).
1 to 3 wund. The Ouzt. 112 (ltansch). Jo to 1.
th'rd Tim 1 il 2 Kil ii-imp'on, Iiohrnstatlt
fpr and ilnvo Iljr lo (an
-i:ni:itAi, i- snsTi i, time.
Heat VI one) 111 11 sm :t Vprk Allh 11
Chlcngo. Ma 17 Petit ral's performance
in tho third r.ict, which he won from
Momj.-nus-, hv a luck In .1 sensational
bur'-t of sproi. w tho feature of tn-dt's
sport at Wo-th Although the track wis
not in cord tion for siiecil dispin. Fedtrul.
with 122 pounCs up ran the live furlongs
in li)l 2-5. ami finished su stronglv th it
manv who t-aw the rnce believed a new
track record v. ould have been mado hid the
trnck 1 ten at its Lest. Weather clear;
First racr. slv furlongs Ixird Quex 112 (Otis),
fi to 5. won, Innpi'ctor MiPa Ml IK Sullivan) J)
tu 1. Bpcond. hiM Tip l'7 (U Dalv), 3 to 1. thlld
Tllro 1 1" Jauh rt llnl'hid third bit was illt
luallfieil for fouling The Inioid, Mitln "I'll,
v.ilon Pond and luvid Iiarum .iIpo ran
s-ond rat1, live furlongs bt. Winter. 109
(Mathews) V to 2, wtn. Our itpssie iii (I,np).
4 10 1, fptond, T Don HI lOtli). 17 to 2. tnlrd
i'lnit. 1.023 ".liraiici IVnnant, Fox Kane
and Klnc llatr.nion ulo ran
Third nip. five furlnnRs Kedpral 112 (lllrken
rnthl 13 to 10 won Mone niL- 101 (.Mithewj),
3 to 2, "pi-oi ri ni"urv 1M (Mesilt), 11 to 1.
third Time. 1012-' .vlagsle Davis, r.lbli nnl
N-iIip nho ran
h mtth r.ci on and one elshth mile l'hlng
Torrieilo if". (Mtthcwii) pvrr. vor. Itontv ilov,
1). (bVaton). 13 to 1 "itond. llrmcnia )l
(.Vead-l 11 ,o 2 third Tlmi 13343 (Srej field
anl (.vonwlll i,lti. rin
I Ifth nc. out anl on half mile r.tdeck. 112
(VV Vdim) 12 to 1 won F.trriT itinnett. 103
lOl's), 3 to 1. "KOnd. MaJr Vlannir, 1 (T.
Dp. !) 3 to 1 third TI-11- 2 "2 3 1 Sirilla. John
Mclurk Dittj and rox Ilanl rlo ran
Mxth rac. mll C H Carnplull lirt (Magpe).
10 u 1. won Mls I.'za, 1)3 (Hoir). 3J to 1. sec
ond, bmlchcli II S7 IT IVan). 4 to 1 third
rim 1 41 1-3 Hob Alone, Donator, Ii pi, Jialay
and Thurles nisi ran
MI7.E l K (ill.liOP.
llrltiuint's stnlilc Anm vet flic
tiunnl (:iI.pn nt VIorrlH Park,
New Ytrk, May 17 Hefcre one of the lar
gest crowds or the meeting August Hol
tnont'.v Mlzztn galloped home an eas win
ner In the National Stakis at Morris Park
to-daj Thirteen hlgh-cliss 2-j ear-olds
faced tho'starter for this event, with Mlzzen
an even-money favorite, while the Keene
entrj. Dalesman and Duster, were second
choices at 11 to 5. Benonhurst set a hot
pace to the dip. closely followed by Sir
Vocrhees and Mlzzen As they came into
the last furlong Bullman hit the Hastings
colt once with the whip and he drew out
and won in a gallop by three lengths with
Dalesman second and Bensonhurst third.
The Grand National Steeplechase brought
the best field of Jumpers seen this season.
Olindo wa the onlv one to fall, com'n?
to grief at the Liverpool on the firMt
round George W Jenkins, the favorite,
after trailing h!3 field for two miles and a
quarte, won in a driving finish by half a.
length from Bullingdon
Iliue Girl, making her first account of the
vtar. won the Ladles' Stakes for 3- ear
old fillies by two lengths. In this race Hit
asoo immediately went to the front, fol
lowed by Hanover Queen, with Blue Girl
third, two lengths awav. Making the first
turn. Burns on Blue Girl sent her after the
leaders. In the straight she was on even
terms with Hltasoo and going easy. As they
straightened out for home the Sir Dixon
Ally went awav from the fast tiring Hltasoo
ana won handily by two lengvns. ine im-
post of 121 jMundb anchored Hltasoo, who
mi& rff? Brodwy and Locust. C- 3 J? Sial
g!aont5Ir LAWN GHftiR!
HATTN 008J0HES AND GHOSHS.
COLUMBIA SECOND IN THE
nmnitn r-ti ri 1 is ninnol 1 1 0
11 Forst Harvard 1 370 3
W Alexr-ndfr. 311rnesoti. 1 3f0 3
H M. McIJntoch, Columbia, 1 313
V. Meers, Columbia. 1.163 5.
J Tingley. Harvard. 1 334 7.
J P. Waltz. Mlrnsota. 1.3T3 7.
W. M Anlo. Harvard. 1,531 0
A Kuhlmnn, 5tinneota. 1 543 5.
J A Burke. Harvard 1.542
G N Hinds. Amhert. 1,536 s
II II Weeks. Columbls. 1,534
O L Norvlsr, Mlnncsotn. 11531
W R ilorlcj. Columbln, 1 520 7.
W E Johnston Minnesota. l."37 1
C W Randall Hirvarrt. 1.322 3
A Gersel. Haiva d 1515 4
L Alden. Mln-rsota. 1 133 3
V It Whltwll. Columbia. 1 lt 2
II 1 utter Hnrv ird 1 4S3 '.
W Tjne Ilaivirl. 1 57 2
K K Joms. Columll3. 14713.
W itlslee J!ln-eotn, 1.1"3 3.
II L Jothum rvurr-t la. 1 471 2
J Mteder. Cclumbla l.lb3 3
Average 1 (61 3
Total. S3 K0 1
Misfortune seems to follow Colonel James
I- Popper's now famous broodmare. Ml-
Dixie, dam of the good Eastern S-j ear-old.
Uixlelire, She has had hut one other foal
to live. It was Tjr, a son of Kingston,
that, afttr winning a number of brilliant
2-ear-old races, was cut down at that
rge and had to 1 e destroj ed Her foal of
lJl was bv Imp Kantaka, nnd was so large
that It was killed In the foaling, and th
mare was not bred Hst "eason Sho has
been mated to Imp Kantaka Mls Dlvie
was the Western quen among 3- ear-old
tlllles of her vcir. winning both the Ah
Hnd and Kentuck Oak ind other brilliant
races S'le, however, had bad luck in her
racing career, as it is now a notorious fact
that her Jockej pulltd her In the Latonla
Oaks, a happening which came verj near
developing into a great turf scandal at
A prominent Pittsburg turfman, through
G D. Wilson, is endeavoring to purchase
from Major I 1'. Johnston the 2-j ear-old
ba- colt. Antrum, half-brother to Lady
Kent, by Buckeje Leaf, dam imp Lcita
Kent, half-sister to Charcornac. and win
ner of the Futurity In 1SW. So far the
trade lias not been consummated. It Is
stated that the amount asked for Astrum
is In the neighborhood of $1,000. He is an
unusuallj promlslrg joiing'tor, having
worked a half over the Kentuckj associa
tion track in ill's, as good as the distance
has been run bj an 2-year-old here this
The noted broodmare. Desdemonta, 1
imp Cavalier or Oneko, dam Gondola (dim
of Senorlta. winner of Jol.rx) on the turf),
by Virgil, owned by V. S Danes, has
Just foaled a chestnut flllj bj Prince of
Monaco, at the Melbourne Stud At the
fame pli.ee Imrerltl Duchess, bj Teuton,
dam rcrorn.. by imp GIenlg. has dropped
a chestnut tillj-. bv St. Julien Thl" malt, s
fort-two foals dropped at Melbourne this
season, of which twenty-live are colts. The
good race mire. Ma Angtllne. owntd by
T II. Stevens, has foaled a bay colt, bj
Wadsworth This is the last mare due to
foal at Walnut Hill Stud.
lasted jut long enough to beat Hanover
' Wnter Color, carrvlnir 1C6 ponuds in the
list race, lowered the track record for one
mile, covering the distance in 1 39V-.
Morrl I'nrk .Summaries.
First race for 3 ear-olds, li"t seven furlongs
of the VV Ithexs mile. pIllnK ba'enp, sT (Kite) 7
to 1. won: Carroll 1) , S9 (Creimcr) to 5 fpc
onl, Crvptogram 1D7 IT Burni 13 to 5 third .
lime. 1 h'i Gulden Cottage (iold'ls and Wo-
den 11N0 ran j
becini luce, for maiden 2 sr old" last live j
fu-lorps of the 1 "tllp"e etui ITlncew Tu'Kne I
I117 itldoim 3 to 1 won bit n 1 107 (bhaw). 7
to 10. "pcond. Hrlni"tone. lit) (VVonderl) 10 to 1. I
third Tine 1 Kl'i 1'ai.eint bontaK beniper
Vivex, l'earl IUver. Kpnon and btone Wall also
ran Athlini l"lt at post
Third nice. th l'ifth Nitionil Stceplechaie, for
2 vesr olds, last live fiirlonss of the Fcllpse I
course Vllzzen. 117 (Utlln an), even. won. "Dales- .
man 11? tvhanl 11 IO 5. "eCOld . 1 HensOlhUI-t.
122 (Hrennin). 3) to 1 th rd Time. I'i JMexl
i an 'Mprrj Ai robat IDu-tcr. Morra Vrtvi"
Altorrev. Jblr V'oorhpps, I'pppir. Iove Note ind
Her letter also ran. 1 J Dwjer entry
tkenps pntn. tAddPd starters
Fourth race (Jrnnd Natlrml SteppIeehJ"e.
nliout two miles and a hair (Wrce VV Jenkins
133 tltaj) 11 to ft won. HuIllnFilon I'd (G.
(,reen) 4 to 1. second, "Miss Mltch-ll. 143 (I'ine").
13 to 6, third Tlm, 4 44 Killmlmte Ilm Me.
(dlben (uifew nil. Fulrle tPerlcn and JOllndo
alto ran "Coupled tCouplcd flell
Flith rice, tho I-ad!e btake " v ear-old fillies,
the Wither! mile Blue Girl. 110 liiurn"). 11 to V.
won. Hiti "oo. 121 ( Connors). ". to l "econl.
Hanover Qjepn 121 (shawl ,12 to 1 third Time
1 43. Par t'xcJlence nnd Ambft also ran
Ixth rare handicap, the Withers mllp VViter
Color 12S (OJom). 12 to 1. won. Advance nuirl.
112 (Landrj) 3 to 1. perond. Pentecost. 102 (Kd.
fern). 7 to 1, third. Time, 29V3 Grill aio ran
Pensions for SontliTreslerncrs.
RDPL IlldC SPECIAL.
Washington. May 17. Pensions have been
granted citizens of the Southwest as follows.
Arkinsa" ilurk Mers. Noblts $a. Jimes Vic
Nail), port Smith, 112 Thomas K Itoach, s
Io-vm SprliiRs 17 M. llliand Houston Polk, $12.
Emma Ilourd", Plumervllle. JS ll-ttle M Nevltt.
Glad-tone. Is Hiirlett HaTls. Ut le Rook 12
Illinois Wllhe in bthfeder. dranite Cltv S".
John 11 II Wrlriit. Dovntr's Groic 10 Whar
ton Cm-llnh Jer'ejville SI" Hljah T Holcomb
chlpaKO. 16 Charles 1 Foersterllng, Dwlght;
lllpl Stauffer blerling ?fc, John McMahon.
Qulno. $i VVm Home lllldreth 3u Mfrel
Itosecran" Mrclilr, 110 W m II viurra. Mount
( armel. 124. Jchn 11 Pattrn Wanks k. 51",
Charles Barnes. Ro"k Fall". 112 lo'ep1! Chaitler.
Sjldlers Home Danville. JS Wm Powell Con
wav I. Uoj. J10. VVm H bence Chleairii, $t4;
V'alentln behllllnr. Qulncy JI2 Daniel Burton.
Chemuic 111) John Atzel. Chlcaso. S. Wm R.
Aurno Klnrton. IS John O Conner. Chlcaco.
ii. Jameh Derrick Alton IS. VVm SnuMn CI-n-5
JIT !lenr M Selrerl ChleiRO JS. Geo-ge
W Han Chamterburg. IS. Washington Chal-linle-
Galeshu-c (S bamuel Austin Hoodvlll-.
117 Reultn C Tano.uvr Bellnont. $14. Maletus
Villi. - Rlckel $' And ew J W 1 lam". Glamour.
JS. William llilrd. Tiov. $12. John A Bowman.
Srllleitevn is James K Pierce Martli's sto e
JI2 ( harles Ol-en. Cambridge. $17 ther M.
Bue. I'nrkvllle. J3, minors ot bamuel Hood.
Ind'ana-Henrj 1! Clark. Cranrordsvllle 24;
Homer I-ewallen. 1 -vlkfort. $14. John B Hvrde
beek. "5lilhTlll 123 Dsnlel ": nush Conners
vlllp. $17. Samuel J Park-r. MoorpUnd $10. Mt
I"ien Moulton. Rosston $17: James M. bmlth Ko
komo $12 Samuel I Brant Derbv, $17: Samuel
Jeffery Marion $12 Robert Blackburn, Decatur.
$17. William H. II Gcodrlrk. Marnhfield "11,
Benjamin McNeels-. Smedle. $12; William 1 Mi
ers. Todd $14. Cyrus b. Teaboilv, iJiGro, $12. Pe
ter P Hemui Battle Ground. $10. Georee J.
Hammerstein Terrp Haute. $S: Leonldas VVel b.
nvansilie. $12. Geone W" Champ. Dublin $10.
Daniel Davis. Greensbursr $17: Robert Newnrn
Borden. $10. Oakley Conklln. W llllnmsport. $12,
William McMurohr O"iood $12: Susan S Ba
con. Rob Roj $S; Mary F Schott. Elkhart $s
Indian TerrltorvJamps C Wllkl-sen. Musko--rte.
12- Jvni" K ColvlIIe. Darwood. $10; Tliom
as B. Ccllln-. W etumka. $10
Washington, May 17 Army orders were
Issued to-day as follows:
Second Lieutenant Thomas J Rogers, recentlj
appointed, is assigned to the Twenty-eighth In
fartrr. Leave for one month, to take effect upon t-o
arrival of Captain Charles KlefTer.
Aspltant Surgeon at Fert bcreven. Ga., is
granted Contract Suryeon John Hicks
Second Lieutenant Wm. J O'Loushlin recent
ly appointed. Is assigned to the Second Infantry.
ijpavp ior ntteen days Is granted Major James
SI. 50 Up.
RECORDS BROKEN iN
HIGH SCHOOL MEET
Four New Marks Set for the In
tituiion anil One live
BEN GRAY- WON FERRIS CUP.
Iiirkor Took the Shot Put v.'ith
Ea.sc and Established a. New
Distance Messing Fell
in lluidle Kacc.
Four school records v ere broken and one
was tied in the High School Held meet at
,,,,, " . ..
I'.istime Park jesterday aiternoon, the
performances of the day being of the high
tst order nftne-sstd at the Institution for
some wars Ppn Ornv .irrIoil nff thn hnn-
ors of the da by winning four of the
rnnts and running second In the 220-jard
handicap eent, his aggregate of points
winning him the Ferris ciip, while his per
formances also ecured for him the speclit
trophy presented for the best all around
Records broken In tho course of the day
werp the .s liool mnrks In th -ilKtprn-nnund
wtre me bcnooi marKs in tne sixteen-pounu
-..u,. ...., ..,v -, i.ir..-...uiii. uiiiuuiLi bii.w.,,
the flftj-vard dash for bojs under 3 feet 4
Inches, the 220 jard hurdle event. Tho
record to bo tied was that in the seventy-flve-vard
dash lor small bojs.
Xelson Rlcktr of the sthool baseball team
swtpt a'l tx'fore lilm in the shot put, win
ning with an actual put of 34 feet 3 inches,
bre iking the former record bv 1 foot 71"
inches Have Lamb broke the hammer
ricord by 2 feet 9 inches, throwing the im
pltment 1C Ittt 6 inches V Masen set a
new mark In the llftj-j.ird dah for rrrnll
bovs nnd tied the record in the seventy -live
ard dish, while he aho set a new mark
foi the school In the 23)-ard hurdle, run
ning tne di-tnnce in -"J seconds
".. " ----" -- -.;-"- . .
Aiinougn .vinsen won tnis last event, uos- Tne entertainment was given for the bene
well -Me-snnjr put up one of the best con- )lt of the At)lietic Association. The audl
tests in the field, leading until the last I ence was large
hurdle, clearing the sticks well and "etm- J r nlert..inment onened with a. seleo
iig to have a sinecure on first place when
! he fell at the Ia-d Jump, to be passed by
.wasen in recoru-ort.iKing time. At tne
time Messing fill he was live jards ln
advance of his fit Id
lien Gray sho'ved to particular advantage
In the dashes Commencing in the 100-vard
scratch event, he won ln succession that
race, the 220-jard scratch evint. the 100
vard handicap event and tho 4itf-jord
scratch run He wound up the day by
cempeting in the 220-vard handicap, but
was beaten out for Ilrt money by K. Mi
chel, a sit-jard man Gray was ln receipt
of one yard In the race
The cup which Grav won as- the best all
nitiml athlete, was donated by the senior
clis of the institution The Ferris Cup
will be held by Gra for one jear.
M. Boothhv and II. Lamb ran a dead
heat In the half-mlli run. both men start
ing from scratch. Each was credited with
lour points in their aggregate, hut posst-s-
slon of the speci il cup donated for this
race will be decided bj .1 second race be-
tween the men. to be run off next week
,1U..1J .,. .... I., v., 11 ,.... ,,,.1, ilj kll
membeis of the Hlh School alumni, nnw-
I H t rn.tli t In Tlia iinf ,tu ,-1i. I... ,.. '
.11 I1U1LIU1II I .
Considerable interest was felt In the time
made In the various races, as giving a line
on the respective chances of Smith Acad
rav and the High School in the interschol
astlc meet. High's marks in th. weight
events were far ahead of those made by the
Smith bovs last Saturday, but. on the other
hand. Smith's record1, in the hurdles, set
bv John Hodcen. lav out anv thing that was
(lone v ester-lav. good performances as the
Ul-H si,i .... showed ,'
Hodgen ran in 17 2-" for the 120-yanl
hurdle and :2S 1-3 for the 220 w hlle I'a"co
and MaBen, who won these events in es
teidaj's met. made hut IS 1-3 and 29 In
contrast. Melng was showing such ex
treme speed in his hurdle race, however,
that had he not fallen he wou'd probibly
have come close to, if not equaled, Hodg
Professor William SchuIer of the High
School served as referee, while the Judges
included F W Pothoff and Paul Miller.
W M Butler was starter and Nowmtn
Simucl served as clerk of the course.
The ij-nmarv .
One hundred vard dash, fc-ratsh Ben Gny.
first. A Braun. ietond. A PPsterer, third Tune,
" SlxtJpn pound "hot put X RIcker, cntcb,
llr"t, 31 feet 3 Inches, D uamb, stcond. 12 Inches,
total put with handicap. J4 ftet
lwo hundied anl twtnt jard dafih. scratch
Ben Graj. Ilrjit, t Miclwl, "eCOnj, . Braun,
tli'td 1 me. 25
Pole vault W. Nourse. 3 Inches, first. 107 lncn
c. 1". Wall. 3 irchps. second. U'a inches. 1.
Prince, 4 Inches, third, 102 Inchet,
).lt,ht hunorisl and eighty jam run Ikwthby
and II luub. bstli starting irom scratch, ran
a di ad heat J Duncan, & surds, was third,
Kilning hlsh jump R Campbell. 4 Inchis,
first. Jump with handicap 61 Inches, it Mp"slng.
2 tnche". second, jump with handicap w inches,
A .viackml-v. 2 Inches, third. Jump with handi
cap S Inch.s
tine hundred jard dash, handicap Ben Gray.
1 jard. nret. t bcott. 4 jards. second, A. fa
ttier. I ,iros. third Time. 11
liimmer throw I) liinb, scratch, Iirst. 103
feet 6 Inches j sacks, j fe,t, second. M fett
I-our hundrpil and-firts-jard run. handicap II
Duncan, 1 jard. rlrst. M Boothbv. scritch. sec
ond. A rninkcnthal. 3 y irds. third lime, jl
One hundred and twpntv jard hurdle, scratch
P. Pas nrst. il. Hill second. It J1psIiik third.
Time. .18 4-'
Flftj-jard dash for fcojs under live fet four
Inches-K Maen ilrst; W. Hellmich second,
lime 13 4-3
Broad Jump V. Masn. 3 Inches, first: R.
Messtni? "cratch, second. C Morrison. 2 inches,
third, with th winner clearing IS ftet su, indies,
Ineludlnir his handUnn
lour nundred and fortj-j-trd run. scratch Ben
Graj lirst. It Duncan second. A Braun third,
lime. 1 03 3 3.
tewntj live jard dasli for bojs under five feet
four Incnts F Masen Ilrst. W Hellmich secon 1.
Time. ip9 1 3.
1 wo hurdr.d-and twentj jar. hurdle, scratch
F Maen lirst. M. Hill secun.l, A Braun third
One-mile run Jl Boolhbj scratch, first. If
Lamb. 12 vards. setond. VV Jilnges, 10 jards,
third Time, 5 13
Two-hu idred ard-twenty-vard handicap I.
Michel. 6 vnrds, lirst, B. traj. 1 jard. second.
Time, .21 2 3
jniiNKiMi.i.n field nvv.
Annnitl vieet of Hlli bchool Held
Tho f corn! annual Held day of the Jerscy
vllle High Sthool was htld jesterday after
neon at the Jersej County Fair Grounds.
The particlr-ints were members of the four
classes, ana twelve events were pulled off.
Ihe Judges wtro Professor P. H. Atuood,
H. B Itoach. G It Smith and W. A. Mont
gomery Thomas Ford was timekeeper.
All the principal business houss closed
during the meet, nnd the residents of tho
c.tv turned out ln force. One of the con
testants. William Christy, sustained a.
broken arm In the high kicking event by
falling. The Seniors won tight firsts, and
the Junior and Freshmen t.ed with two
firsts each. The Sophomores failed to win
nrst place in any event, but won four sec
One of the amusing events was the fat
man's race. In which none of the con
testants weighed less than 22B pounds.
The following scores were made.
50-jard dash Van Home, senior, first: Far"ell,
fresh-nan. second, Adams, junior, third Time,
btandlntr broad Junp Parseli, freshman, first;
Neeley. sophomore, second. Reddish, spnlor.
third. Distance. 9 fppt 10 Inchps.
High kick Hcugh'lln. Junior. Prst: Lurton.
eophomorp, second; Cook, freshman, third.
Height. 7 feet 44 inches
lfo-yard hurdle race Beaty. senior, first; Ha,
gcrty, sophomore, second; Loveli, senior, third.
Time. IS 2-3 seconds.
Hammer throw Steinman. senior, first: Lowe,
senior, second; Van .Horne. senior, third Dis
tance, 80 fept 4 Inches; ;4 feet 114 inches: 73
feet 2 inches
Running high Jump Parseli, freshman, first;
Reddish, senior, second; Neely. sophomore, third,
IlelKht. 57 inches; 5Vj Inches; 56 inches.
100-yard dash Van Horne. senior, first: Parseli.
- A - j - l''W - S. - ft - -A.;-, T--s!-i.SlW--AH
freslman. wcond, Daniels, fienicr, third. Tims,
standing hfsh Jump Stelnman. senior, nrat:
I'-irei irchmin cond. Daniel, renlcr. third
Il'lpht 43 In hcs. iVy Inches. 47 lnchis
Or.e-half-mlle hlcjcle race Tunehoret. penlir,
llrt Vlurihv Junior, second, Daniels, sentor,
third TItv, 1 V)
JCIjanl dish Beitr, wnlnr. first; N'eely.
soihonore second. Tit'erington. iurlor. third.
I'at men's rate M pounds (hanltcnp). 50 ard
Ie senior (5 iourd"), first Ely. senior
(215 poun I) second. Christy, senior (220 pounds;,
third Time, 8 seconds
Throwing baebll Fltsrlbbnnn. Janlor. 11 cl:
van liorne, senior, secona, iseeiy. wpnomonv
MISSOtRI TE1I WOV I'llOW ICA?t59.
One Record Broken In the Field Dor,
Contents at Ijivrrence.
I-ivv rente, Kas , May 17. The University
of Missouri track team won from the Kan
s i, track team on McCook field to-day. Tha
points mad- by the teams were: Missouri
77 and Kansas 27
Whipple of Kans-is broke the pole vault
ing record for Kansas aril Missouri, clear
ing ID feet and 6 Indus. The v isltors -broka
tveral of thi Missouri record, but no
other Kansas records
Missouri won the 100-jard dash, the 111
vard dash. the. mile run. the shot and ham
mtr events, the broid Jump, the 120-anl
hurdlt race, the half-mile run and 230-vara
Kansas won the pole vault, high Jump and
the J2t)-ard hurdle
The time on the mile race was 5 minuter
and 2-3 seconds. ItuKelI and Sherrett com-
'" ln ?m '
were rather slow.
togcther. The other races
riclil Ha Contetn at Itntla.
Jtolla, no 3lay i. xnis as neia caj ai ir
I School of Mines and a""e a numb-r enterfHl
I the nrIous nuntfts. Tlio succsful
V. Moll in. ltJ- inl Jath and the 22-iard ra..
A I rvrrir. high Jump. J A. GrKcry. brcat
Jump, 1 Tijlor, half mile ract, and J I.
I'rugh, fat man's rac
(JeorRPtown A Ins First Race.
jtr.n 111,1 c spkciau
Annapolis, Md Ma IT Tiie Onnretown Unl
erilt eijcht won the firt "var-tty boat race In
the hltorv of the institution this eenin$r It
mopi! a step forward amorjf the rowinjc colles
i OI In" ""niry wnen us crew came m a Kona
JpnFth ahead of th- naal endet eisht ln a two-
. nlno race on ine on. neorueiuwn rowca
Frhndld rice, anl th tim of 10 H was gooil
undfr conditions that prevailed
Annapolis pjlle.1 Its uual pluclcr race. Tlie
high wind made It absolutely out of the question
to row In the lower or Annapolis harbor course.
so the upper cour-e was chon.
AIDS ATHLETIC SSOCIATIOX.
Mnnnal Training; School' Glee Clnb
(lives un Entertainment.
The Manual Training School Mandolin
and Glee clubs gave an entertainment at T.
M. C A Hall last night, under the direction
or l'rofessor Uenung. The Ulee and Mando
lin clubs hive merged interests, and this is 1
, wie nr5l enieriainmeni ot vne cumuiiiauuii.
tion entitled "Creole Belle." Among tho
other numbers on th programme were;
"Nellie Wns a I.adv " the Intermezzo from
"Cavaleri.i Rustlcam," "Hearts and Flow
ers." "Upldee" and other favorites
The evtnlng's entertainment was conclud
ed ly the Mandolin and Guitar Quartette.
Real i:tate Transfer.
Real estate transfers filed for record with
Count Recorder Haefele at Belleville jes
ted iy were:
Herbert Hradbury and wife to P V Abt. part
lots 1 ard . block National place. East bt.
Louis, warrantj deed. $lut
! VV t,t and wife to Kite ?ulr. lot H
block r,. Winunle Park; warrant deed. 1X3.
J T. Clavln to Clara A John'on. lot 9. block
W VVIni-Unler Park, warranty dent. JliO
I.oui'v Knirl to Chrl'tlan .bs,n. lot 4. in
Ilraun subdiv islon lQt 4 urction Z2. townihlp 1,
north s. warrantj ded. IVi
b VV Nairn and wire to Howard Hlldebrand.
let 4 ilren s adi'ltion. MHriss Station; warran-
I ." .1.V.1 siSi
I William Kull -nnc" wire to Pauline Kull. lot S
J end part of tlok 4 (;uenher's addition. E-m
w V rinld i nTtiMi r- aA f f
'- I IT T-M . .1 .t. ... nnA fl,..l Te l T
L4-1A.1J4 i PUUIV4UII J-J. HV4fcJ HJ u.vut T
" v Abt and vrife to J C Paddflell. lots 5
anl t. block :. vintanley Park; warranty deed.
.Annie Trebbe ard husband to Bridget Moriartv,
part lot 7, block 44. East bt. Louis; warranty
J T. Donovan, trustee, to Nettle and Morgan
Kneedler, lot 45. block 1 Lansdowne subdlvls-on.
List St Louis, warranty deed, $4o0.
F P Brlgham and wife to J VV". Wines, lot
27. part 2. block 2o. part 26. block 23. Longwoo-i
-'.JE?rt -?: bi'
laitlcn. p.ssi si iduis. warrantj- deed. $200.
Josein (jlelemann. undivided Intere"t lot 4,
block .. town of Illinois; quitclaim deed. $1
J J Hinnagan and wife et al. to Annie Thom
as, lot 12. block 3. village of Iirookljn; quitclaim
William GrlwoId et al. to Ev"t St IjiuIs Gas
Conpanj-. lot" 1 to 6. block S.'lhlrd Ferry divis
ion. East bt. !uls. warranty deed. $1.
Joseph l.nierj and wife et al to Al Stelger
wal I. strip ln Hazard. Wilson A. Co.'s subdivis
ion, survey 746. qjltclalm deed $13
Richard Aberer to Amelia M. Palmer, lot 33,
village of Cahokla, warrantj deed. $550
A I' Car-on to G W. T. Rej-noids. lot 13.
block S. Wlnstanley Park, warranty deed. $.i(V)
Alexander Flannrcen and wife to Luther Rob
inson, lots IS and 10 I lock ',, Eastbourne Terrace,
East St Luis, warrantj deed $3 600.
J N Perrin.to St lyiuls O Fallon and Lebanon
Electric Rillrrsnl Companj. rart lot 3. section 27
totvn"alr 2 north S. warranty dppd, $1 500
C. O. Jlc&sland anil wirp to G L. Jlenk. part
lot 12. Hock 3. National place. East St. Louis:
warrantj- deed. $250
p t.eer an.; wire to Krea HildPbrandt. part
IjOuIsa. Talbot to Henrv Talbot. Rniitheast mi...
Jin i "uinii . "iiinuij iuru, HJ
ter section 14. township 2, South S: quit-claim
Ilenrj W Talhot et al to Louisa Talbot, part
section 14. township 2. south 8. warranty deed. $1.
P W. Abt and nlfo to P A. Powers lot 17,
block r. Gertrude place, Wlnstanley rark: war
ranty dpPd. $2C0.
Peter Judge et. al to M L. Harris, trustee.,
lots 29 and 30. block 29. Claremont addition. W ln
stanlev Park, quitclaim deed, $1.
M I Gray to N. P Ruston t al. lot Zx, block
R. --ecurlty addition, Wlnstanley Park; warranty
1 Smith to It F Woodward, lots S, T nd 8
block 5 Rpacon Hplghts, Wlnstanley Park: qutt
cl lim dpeil, $2 W.
Hpnrj Woodward and wife to Ed aiaudt. ssnl
property as above, quitclaim deed. tl.
Edward Glaude to C. F Llnlsej-. lots IS and
II. block 5. Beacon Heights, Wlnstanley Park:
wnrrnntv- deed $2 wo
Phil RehK to William Rehg, part lots I and 4.
northeast quarter section 10, township J, North
9, warranty deed. $1.
Vlarv Gllllcnn to George Sent;, lot 1, block 20.
Wlntanley Park; warranty deed. $400. ,
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.'
1 60-h -p. Armlngton & Sims automatlo.
1 Co-h -p. Rice automatic
1 1 h -p. W esttnghoue standard, $150.
1 23-h -p WestlnKhou.se Junior. $1W
3 passenger freight plpvator enxlnas
ROBE ELECTRIC CO , Third and Elm st.
BOILER. 80.Horse-Power $350;
(M"x20' almost new, complete, with front, all
fittings and 70 feet of stack.
Also one m one 2UJ ard on vn n -p. neatprs.
ROSE ELECTRIC CO . Third i
TRAP Two-seat, JfcCall ft Hasse: cost $300;
sell $130; can be seen at Mound City Stables,
Spring ave and Lindeil; alao set silver-mounted
doubl- harness, $75, and set brass-mounted run
about harness new. $23 Ask to see Roe's outfit.
DREbaJIAKER Will sw very reasonable. 3527
HOUSEGIRL WANTELV-C.trl for housework
and to caro for one child. Apply, Monday, 3S57
HOUbEGIRL WANTED-lrl for general house
work; references. 1727 Missouri ave.
LVBORERS WANTED Ten tnovelers; wages
$1 73; long Jb: jrarcus and Kecnerly. lieman A
HOUSEMAN WANTED-Colorcd man who un
dersunds housework: take care of lawn. 4521
1- orest Park boulevard
WANTED-Secondhand cash register; will psy
cash. II 103. Republic
NICELY fuml-hed room;
reasonable. J HO. Repub 1c.
HOUSFC.IRL WANTED-GIrl to do general
housework. 1402 Aubert ave
ROOMING-HOUSE; 8 rooms bath: well far-
mihhc. .icatiy roomers, jni r-ugenla.
HOUSp-nirir. vv-.v ;ap-.n ni.i e- n...,i .....
r-ork; German preferred 7315 Henrietta.
. HOtTbEGIRL WANTED A airl for general
housework: pmall family. H22 N. Grand.
COOiv" WANTED Good cook: good wages 2S31
WANTED Roommate: good board: vicinity of
Cnrnp'on and I'ine; $23 per month. M 114. R-V
FIND Yorkshire terrier Aoks.
male. ISO) Ohio.
GEYER Ave. 272S Ntrelr connecting tv...
rooms southern expesure: furnished or unfur-.tr
nishpd: will arrange to suit tenant; or houMsrr
keeping If desired, noasspjrp
Jfsgmif lr&rif,' am,w:vdC.