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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, JUNE 21. 1902.
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GHAMPI0NSH1P BOOT COLLEGE OARSMEN
TO SEVENTH PLAGE
TO BE FOUGHT HERE
BEADY FOR RAGES
New York and Philadelphia Pass
Them Both St. Louis Gaines
DETROIT AGAIN TIES BROWNS.
Cardinals Will Be Home 31 outlay
:ird Next Saturday the
Teams Will Clash for
hTAMllMC os- thi: CLURS.
AnT-can LeereeT N-uia-isl Unxw .
C!o v L. Pet. nub w I- ivt
Chill, i . S 15 .1 PittsVj-s: 23 11 .51
PI- IiJ -Vs. 23 t a lln.-ojm 23 2: jj
J1S r . .27 .1 Mi Chicago . - ?l L
st j a a SB Bmto-i . 21 !!
Ift-i 21 24 3P N w V-5 -1 2! -i
Vv - w .15 ii 43' 1 Mladeljjhta. 12 31 411
ii" . a r: ; st 1.0m.. sj is i
c -. II 41 3t Clnr'nrrtl 1 29 13
T( an le&sue
ljt-o t t llrfiton 0
Olei i ni Wash. 5
Ft ! j i Ph'la Rale
Caiem. mill Rn
"".'stij lal lsa:rue
rnliji.PiDilla ; Bos 0
New Toi 3. Brook 1
Hittsburz St. L Kaln
Ame-uan LM.-t-e i NjlinaT League
Phil- li '" - at M. Ivjals 1st lr. !- at PuiibjrK
Warn ton at C.cvcltnl "s'CJ.ci it ClnolnnaM
Baltimore nt rnw-ii3 1 'i 1 'l't at Boston
Boston at Uc in' 'I r fknn -;t New ork
Threatenlrc clauJs which hovered over St
Louis for tluce days m-ide their blurt good
jesterday, and i licnl shower, beginning be
fore daylisht, lurrcd ln'o a steady down
pour, thoroughly aaked the Grounds at
Sportsman's Park an 1 ca-i'ed the postpone
ment of the game btv c-n the Browns and
the Philadelphia Athletics.
Over at P'ttsburg the skies wept over the
defeat of the Pirates by the unaerestlm-ted
Cardinals, and so coplcus were the tears
that the second s-ime bad to be abandoned.
A drv of idleness resulted in a drop of
two p?S3 by the Cardinals Philadelphia
nrd Xew Yorl. won the only two games
r-lajed in tho National League, and both
pa? '"1 St. Lou's The Cardinals, therefore,
rift" a brief sojou-n In the 3eco2d-div lsion
bert. s d down to scv nth place, "one game
In the lead of Cincinnati Th's morning:
nm - the cie'roit Tigers again on an equal
footi-g with the Browns, as they turned the
table en lioston.
In one waj the rain benefited the St. Louis
Club Tho outtleld at the Grand aenue
park Pas bee-i a source of worry to the
guardians of the outer worns. for s.nce the
sod v.as laid there has been but little rain
to weid the cakes together, a. rough Held
i'iit tun result Yesterday's rain did much
toward soiiillfving the neld, and a heavy (
stca-i roller w:h be put on it to-aay, umra
shuu'd materially reduce the hillocks and
1111 In the cicv.ccs.
Weather permitting-, tho Athletics ana
Browns will do battlo again to-day. The
game has been postponed indefinitely, and
probablj will le pkjicd lata In the sum
mer Prank Donahue has been notified of
his election as dipenser of curves to-day,
and opposed t o him. will be Plank or Wlltw.
Ose-e schret kongoat, a child of fortune,
whose latest cnange waj Irom tho Cleve
lenas to the Athletics wlJ. do the catching
To-morrow the Athletics make their last
Btand. Will Sudhoft will essaj the twirling.
Tho Cardinal;, wind up the Pittsburg se
ries to-dav. and nass on to Cincinnati to
morrow for one game They will return
Irom their travels Sunday night. Monday
will be an idle daj for both teams, and
both will be In the city together for the
ttrst timo this soisan Monday night the
Browns get away for Cleveland, and Tues
day the jjor.oamtcs open at .League Park
with tlnrinnati 'rh-"e games will be
plajed, the Prawns going on to Cleveland
lor tho eamc numbtr The Chicago Nation
als open hero Frldaj, and tho Browns will
hao a chance to witness the first same, as
they return from Cleveland Thursday Went
and have one Idle day before the Cleveland
series begins at the Grand avenue park.
Saturday the teams will clash for patron
age, also Sunday and Monday. The Cardi
nals will then drar eff and leave the flsld
to tho Browns The Chicago Whits Sox
will plaj here Junly 1, 2 and 3, while the
Cardinals aro at Chicago The Nationals
then return for a double-header with New
York. Jul i, and games on the following
two daj s. the Browns playing their holiday
engagement at Detroit.
With good weather provided it should bo
preltj near an even attraction that the two
parks have to offer on the conflicting dates.
Manager Donovan probably will put in Uio
i O'Neill ba'terj for the Sunday game, ana
J thev should draw l'Ke a mustard plaster.
fr On the other hand the Cleveland club Is a
etrorij attraction with Napoleon Lajoia in
the paint- Th. Frenchman has not been
seen '1 St Ltiii for more thn a jcar and
Is thi hc-t advertised plajcr In the business
Critics who thuik that St Iouls is tho
worst place In tho world for umpires ehould
rend th- Cinclnritl nener" Tns latest to
fall undr the ban Is Charley Power, who
Is i'i f-nlj c'larKei wltli having robbed the '
Jleiiw ft i doclslon that lest the same for i
Cine nnatl Thursdav Power made a itood '
lrarresslon here. CaitUlllon who was t!
rav,t.-t of tho raw In St Louis, Is regarded
C3 an angtl In "Cincy "
The American League by the way, would
please putrona of tho game in St. Louis, at
least, li the umpires were changed about
at noie frequent intervals Two months of
the sfasoii hive pone a" I but two umpires'
Carruthers nnd Cnmollj have been seen
here f'arrulh ern has not made good In a
EtnU c.o where he has officiated Connol
ly Is far and av-av a better umpire than
Carruthcrs. but still he hi') been here so
lone that a. change is dercarded The little
offlci.-l his handled his i;ames in good
style despite criticism of him b' St. Louis
plavers who dor t seem to v. ant to let well
Umpi- s ire r t infalllbV in' of course,
make ome mistn.ks. However, their first
lrapres"! m of a plav must decide tho ruling,
for hes.titian en the part o an umpire is
a sign of efihitney. Unlike Carruthrrs,
Connollj ump'res part of his game from be
hlrd the bat. lie makes evcrj endeavor to
get In the best position for watch'ns close
plajs on tho bas-s He ha3 been accused
of being a home umpire, but he certainly
d'd not gve th Browns any the best of It
here. O-e shcrtcorrint; of Connelly Is that
he allows tnt rall'erj of tho p'ayers to
worry I. m end some of the scenes In which
he has Pirured v.ero enough to dnvo a man
to the HTT'nK bo-vl. if he did make a mis
take crd caw it he couldn't change his de
c'slon ard tho spectators ard players should
Of cours". the crowds jeered him a3 any
crowd does in umpire whtn things are
breaking badly for tho home team. That
is part cf an u-nplrc's l'fe Connolly has
never held that against the crowds, for
when a grand-stand plnver raises his voice
for irformat on concrnlng -hns of
playf rs or a second voicing ft some decision
he Is alv.avs accommodated. Connolly wIU
do in St. Lju, and It Is a safe ht to say
that 6c. Louis fans will wish for his rturn
ero tho Other knights of the lnd'cator have
completed their seheduls in St. Loulk. Per
haps he lsn t 11KCU 'II lisiliwiorr, uuv u-
cloles Peter ,nnd Paul, as the coropon-nt
rart'- of a doubl" umpire syrt'in in Balti
more would have thlr honeety quetlond
as ou ck as Pat Crowe, wcr that much
wrnfd person In tho umplrical harness.
Other cities have the stm complaint as
St. LouI. though most of them hare seen
at isaat three umpire. In the face of s
rcany !sputes and suspensions the rtouble
umrl-o j i'em should be Introduced. Nearly
cverj clt) but St. Louis has hpd double um
piring In nt least one series in tho Ameri
can L3ague this year. Johnstone. Sheri
dan and O'Loushlin have J et to make their
Tor about the teenth time Jack Do,U
has severed connections with th Jnew York
tttrn, "this tlrre by reqacsL Harry O Haean
of the former club has been cnrifred to xv
er first for the Giants. Dovje probably will
drift to some other club, and at tho end of
a year or two will -get beck to New York
Frank Slice believes Lundgreen, the Unl
Ttrsity or IIHno's pltoher. vvi'l mak good.
He Elgned Jimmy St. Train to a 193 con
tract and has sent the joungster South for
another Vea.- In the minor league school
St- Vrain will Join the Memphis team of
the Southern League.
Bheekard Settles WI1U JIcGravsv.
SSlS&fftS-TlM Baltimore club se-
in i u tt Key V t Jv- . . f ) " . j st"
1 ' 2SZ2
reather-wclght champion of the w orld who
cu'ed a summois against Sheckard In Philadel
phia to ansuer a charse or breach of con.
tract In leavlnff th Baltimore club to play with
Brooklyn, after receiving: $1000 advance monay.
McGram the Baltimore manager, eoucnt out
Sheeka-d last nlrht ana. after a conference, a
settlement was agreed upon. for. as McOraw re
marked. "There was no use In airing the trouble
The consideration was J516. and John 11. vvara
is drawlni? up the papers for the settlement.
DETBOIT 3, BOSTOX O.
Dillon Pat Ont of Game for Talking;
Abont Johnstoiie'a Decision.
Detroit, Mich . June 20 Casey's three
baso hit, followlns Elberftld's base on
balls, scored Detroit's first run In the
fourth Inning. In the sixth inning three
singles and a double steel, Gleason from
first to second and Casey from third to
home, netted two more for Detroit. Miller
kept the hits well scattered. Dillon was
put out of the game In the fifth for ex
pressing his opinion of a questionable de
cision by Umpire Johnstone. Attendance,
AB H O A E.
Barrett, i! I I I 1 0
Holme., nil lit
Elberrd. S..S 0 6 11
Dillon, lb 2 0 4 0 1
MeAlU'r lb 2 1 1 0 0
Casey. 3b .42210
Hartey. if . 4 o 1 1 l
Gleason. Jb S 1 4 1 0
McGJlre. c..J 2 3 0
Miller, p ....3 1110
Totals . 21 8 t? 10 3
AIULO A E
Douith'y. If 4 1 3 0 0
Collins. b 3 0 4 4 0
Ktahl, CI 3 0 2 0 0
Freeman. rf3 2 1 0 0
Parent, s ..4 1 0 0 0
Uurhae lb 4 2 S 1 0
Ferris. .. .41220
Warner, c . 3 0 4 0 0
Dlneen. p ...2 0 0 10
Totals .. 3) 1 21 8 "o
Detroit 00010200. 3
Boston 00000000 00
Two-bass hits Freeman 1 Three bass hits
Casey 1 Sacrince hits Collins 1. btolen bases
Elberfeld 1. Caey l. Gleason 1 Bases an balls-'
Off MlUer 1. off Dlneen 2 First on errors Bos
ton 1. Left on Bases Detroit 6. Bsston 8 Struck
out By Miller 1. by Dlneen 2. Passed balls
Warner I Time of same On hour and fifty
CLEVELAND 8, "WASHINGTON 5.
Townsend Goes Up In the Elcuth and
Left in "Winning; Rons.
Cleveland O . June JO With two men out
in the eighth inning. Townsend went up in
the air and Cioveland batted out a victory.
Wright was hit hard In the first three
innings. Attendance. 3,430. Soora:
All H U A a.
FifcU. rf.. I
Laloie. b .4
T.tao. cf .. s
vv olve'n. 3b 5
Celeh'y. If .2
K-liter. 2b .4
Conxhlln s .4
Carey, lb 4
lye. rf . .4
ctark. c ..
Tewnse'd. p 4
Hlcten'n. lb S
Bradley. Sb 3
GeHra'r. s 3
Btinls c ...4
Totals . .31 1U1
Totals .. 35 10 24 3
"Clark out; hit by batted ball.
Cleveland 11010014 ..J
Tot-1"") h'ts Hickman 1, Kelfter L Coujhltn J
1 Homo runs Xelataf 1. Sacrifice hlta Goeh
nour 1 Stolen bases Bay 1, Pielterlns; 2. Laol !
1 Flick 1. First base on balls Off vv rleat 3. oft
fwnsen 3 nit by pitched ball By Townsend 1. I
Left on haws Cleveland 10, WasoBiiton t. I
struck out By wrliht 2. by Towraena c, wna
pitches VVrleht 2. Townsend 1. Time of fame
i ..j sr.r mfniit TTfkMh (ViAtttn.
Une UOU17 iiUU lU(s; uhhui """r1"1 '-' "
BOSTOJf O, PHILADELPHIA 3.
Barry'a Home Run in First Innlnc
Settles tue Game.
Boston. June 20 In the first Innlnc of to
dav's game Thomas singled out and Barry
batted out a home run, winning the game
for Philadelphia. Frazar kept Boston's
hits well scattered. Attendance. 2,100
AB H O A E.
Thomas. ct..4 10 0 0
Earry. rf... 3 3 4 0 0
Jenclncs. 2b 3 0 43 0
Douftl a. lb. 3 1 7 0 0
Doofil. c ... 4 1 1 1 0
Brown. If.. ..4 0 2 0 0
Hulsvrltt. a .3 1 I 4 1
Hallman. 3b 4 0 0 1 ft
Frazer. p... 3 0 0 3 0
AB H O A B
Lush, cf I
Tenney, lb 3
Cooley. If ,3
Demont. 2b 4
Long. ... .4
Willis, p.. 3
. tt 3 27 14 1
31 7 27 12 1
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-O
1'hlladelpbla 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-2
EaraM runs Phlladelohla 2. Home runs Bar
ry L Sacrifice hits Cooley 1 Btolen bases
Hulswltt 1 Double plays Demont, Long and
Tetmy 1; Dsmont and Tenny 1, Hulswltt and
Jrnn rss 1 First.bnse on Mils Off W41IIS 3, off
hYater S. Bit by Ditched ball Bj rtazer 1, by
Willis K Struck out By Willis 4. Tine of name
One hour and fitty minutes. Umpire Cantll
lon. BROOKLYN 1, 3SHW YORK a.
Intercity Series Op arcs at Waahtnirtoa
Brooklyn, June 20 Tao few York team
defeated Brook!) n In the first sf the series
of intercity teams at Washington Park to
day. Attendance, 4,009 Icore:
New Tork. w
Urodle. ef. 4 2 3 0 0
Dunn, rf ... 4 0 2 0 1
JOBes. If .40204
ILUir. 3b 1 0 1 3
Bower'an. c3 1 3 3 t
Smith. 2b... 3 114 0
O Haxen. lb 3 1 14 1
Bean, s 2 113 0
Kvans. p . .3 0 0 1 1
Toals 31 1 37 1
jSf 2.0 A E.
ioian. u .J l ;
Keeter. rf I 0 0
khsst'd If.. 4 0 3
McCVrr. Ik 4 :u
ToUl 30 4 27 U 0
New Vork . o 0 0 0 1 0
EroeJdjTt 0 0 0 10 0
Earned runs New York 3. Brooklyn
base on errors Brooklyn 1. Left en bases New
ui i. nrwTKiyn . Lwo-oase nits emiui c
Besn l Thrte-Base hits Boatrmsn X, O Htnn
1 Home runs McCreery 1 Double plays
tVHarcn and Bean 1. Sacrifice hits Keeler 1.
First bass on balls Off Kvana 1. Hit by pitched
ball By Evans 1. struck out By S aas 2. by
Newton j Time of ca-ne-One hour and thlrtj
llve minutes. Umpire Emslle.
Toledo 3, Colnnibaa 7.
Toledo , O . June 20 Columbus outbatted To
ledo to-day and won easily. Grim waa DUt out
of the game for atcsanE on a decision. Attend
ance. l.ti00. score:
Toledo 1 ooooo o i s 1
Columbus 0 13 110 17 13 l
Batteries McNeal Kletnow and tiratfius: Bai
ley and. Fox. Called at the end of the seventh In
nine on account of rain.
COUBDTT. , ti 4.
will meet Dave Sullivan In this city the
of July 3
YALE mm EASY
Aggressive Playing Takes First of
Annual Series of Baseball
CONTEST BETWEEN PITCHERS.
Blues Earn Only One of Their
Runs Stillmau Weakens in
the Seventh and Scor
ing Is Lively.
Cambridge, Mass. June 20 In the pres
ence of 12,000 spectators, Yale won an easy
viotory over Harvard on Soldiers' Field
this afternoon In the first of their annual
series of baseball gomes', the score standing
7 to 2.
It was a contest of pitchers, although
there were only fiv e strike-outs In the game.
Yele scored In only two Innings, and
earned but one of the svon runs
In the fourth, Stlllman threw to first to
catch Guernsey, but Randall was asleep,
and the ball went past him under the
bleachers, and Guernsey scored.
The soventh proved a luckv inning; for
Yale. Stlllman weakened, giving throe
bases on balls, being hit for a single, a
double and a triple, and Carr making an
error, the total result being six runs for
Yale. Otherwlso Harvard's fielding was
Garvan's slow balls and wide curves kept
the Harvard heavy hitters from getting tho
ball outside the Infield. Yale's first base-
l man had sev enteen put-outa
( Clarkson was put In to pitch for Harvard
In the ninth Inning, but ha had poor control
I of the ball. Score by Innings:
R. H K
Tal 0001000 0 7 7 4
' Harvard 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 02
I Batteries: Tal. Garvan and Wlcslow.
ivu oiuuiuftii. iniKijii auu ivn uitu
ALL-COLLEGIATE TEASI TO PLAY.
Opcna Its Season With Gnme nt Col
HnnTiIlet 111., To-Morrinr,
Members ot tho All-Collegtate baseball
nine, composed of representatives from the
various local school and college teams, "will
play their first game at Colllnsv Hie, 111 ,
to-morrow. The team. Till line up with
Fltrporter, pitcher. Pookman, catcher.
Guner, first base, Dunne, second base, Dur
ney, short stop, Pcnlngton, third base,
Foley, left field, Reppe, centar field, Rogers,
Eusene Canty of Seventeenth and Frank
lin avenue is manager of tho team, while
Coach Martin Dclaney of St. Louis Univer
sity has been looking after their training.
Manager Canty announces that the nine has
open datfB for July 1. 5 and 6, and that
he would like to hear from Ferryvllle. Ca
ruthersvlUe, Ste. Gnevlevc, Moberly and
Chllllcothe for games
At Memphis Shrovecorl 4 Memphis 0
At Ohattanooua Atlanta 3. Chattanooga 2.
At New Orleans Ltttlo Bed 7 New Orleans L
At Nashville Nashville 8. llrmtngcam 4
At Evansvlhe Cedar Rapids 7. Bvansvllle 2.
At Decatui-Rocktord-Decatur game postponed.
At Terre Haute Terre Hauto-Roek Island rain.
At Bloomlncton Bloomlnftton-Davenport. rain
Areola, 111 . June 20 The Nebraska Indians
defeated the Areola baseball team here to-daj
Ashley. Ill . June 20 The Nashville Stars de
featei the Olfill Bros baseball team here to-daj
by a score of 6 to 4. Batterle' Oeijer and Hstes;
Maxwell and Cross.
Amateur Ilnaeball .Note.
-Th. Oulck Meals have onen dates In j,ik- .,i
would Hie to hear trom VVarrtnton. ftV 'dene-
vleve and Cvt Girardeau. For lames address
E. Lemkemeisr, care of the Quick ileal fatoye
T)ie Piatt 3t Thornburnhs defeated U e Mauno-
llaj sndar by a score of 4 to 1. Tney will plaj
at New Aibena 111. Sunfiaj.
a garse wltb some strong team in the 16-jcar j
cuua m or vui oi hr cumont urscn or vo.
KHQ Chamberlain aveau Is manager
The Nctrlnes will roet the P. A As at For
eat Park bunday morning, tbe game starting at
W a m. Edele and JIartrunr will furnish bat
tery work for th Nutnnes while Daley and Lane
will .-arve Xor tbe P A. A s
The bluilloroPs Juniors would like to hear
from all team In the 11 and 12 year class for
Saturda) afternoon tamee W alter Fitzgerald of
No 419 North Fourth street Is manager.
Tie Ben Burs would like to hear from all
teams in the 13 and It years class A. Rick of
NO. mm Ann avenue is manager
.Th. naUinin wl'l olav at Red Bud. 111.. 10.
morrow. For ganaes aodress W. J. Tvihert, No. J. D. Malrey. Edward Buder. J W. Hart,
4711 CstUre avenue 0 - Helntze, Doctor J W. Moore, Leo
F. H. Conley of No 214 South Eleventh Rassleur Executlv- Committee Doctor E
sureet, inarager of the Commodores, would like r- waurk chairman: C C. Rainwater. T.
to iar frem all teams In the 14-year class Thi. Jy fj"fj House Committee Doctor J
cimmolores will meet the Junior Alton Blues at . JJ; Conrades House e-ommitt ee DOCt or j.
Forest Park to-day. with Sthetts and Dallej fur- W. Moore, chairman, Eilward Bujjr. WI1
mshlng batten work. Ham Lampel. Edgar A. Miller. P. Branden-
The Columbia Juniors will play the Stlllwetln bureer. Committee on Admission-. J. W.
at Pastime Park to-mo-row. The game will be , Hart, chairman: E A. Hlldenbrand, Cl'f-
ww. fc r
A pitcher woud tike to be given a trial by
te to be given a trial by
In the IB and 20 leara
some nrst-cass team in tfce i ana 0 leara
class Aodress H C S
The Nordena would like to hear from all
teams In tbo 14 and 13 ear class, the Oaks or
Commodores preferred. Address D. Norden, No.
2147 Oratict street.
Saahvllle Defeated A abler.
Nashville. 111.. June 20 Nairn I He defeated
Ashles In a hanl-fougbt baseball pame at tbe
latter place to day. bcore. 6 to 4. Maxwell.
Nashville's rack p.tcoer. who struck out eight
een men in the game Lcrween Nashville and
Mount Vcrrt at the latter plice jesteruaj.
nearly dupl'cttfd the record to-day by fanning
twelve men. mckinc a tstal of. thirty strlke-outs
in two games Batteries to-daj: Nashvllle
Maxwell and Crcs3 Aeb'ey Gtlger and Ester.
Young Corbett and Dae Sullivan
Will Meet Before Wes,t End
Club July 3.
ATTELL WILL FIGHT WINNER.
President Charles Hamilton Of-
feis the Three Pugilists Five
Thoimnd-Doll.ir Purses for
Coutt'btb in St. Louis.
Youns Corbett and Davo Sull'van will
battle for the featherweight chjmpionihip
of the world before the V.'eht End Club of
this citj Ihursuaj evening. Julv 3, for a
purse of 13,009 Three weeks later, Abe At
tell. the San Franchco boxer, who fought
Lis best fishtn in thlt cit.. will meet the
winner in a uec'dlng contest.
Iramodlateli upon tho Corbett-Sulllvan
light being declared off in Denver, Charles
Haughton of th est Knd Club went
after all three lighteri and signed them for
the bout-? here. Tho contest"! promise to be
the moit important tvr tonducted in St
Loul". and two ch implonsliip tights within
three weeks foi the yi,ve title will furnish
an event unprecedented in tho hUtorv of
Tho men will fight twenty rounds at 127
pounds, jnd the conteit will be pjlled nit
In tho order In which the men wtro
matched, giving SJlhv.m the precedence t
I.ou!3 will thus secure two contests which
hive been sought b boxing cluus m uii
sections of tin- lountrv where lightti tc is
permitted and the promise of tbe bouts Is
of tho highest order
The Corbett-Sullivnn fiht will be the fir-t
real championship contest in which the
champion has figured since he won thn title
from McGovern Thoush nominallv a
champlorsh'p affair thu ten-round go In
Denver with Kid Priitl wis rot reaMv a
fight for the title The twtntj -round bat
tic scheduled for this cltv will piovt a dif
ferent proposition, hovviver. and will bo
the center of Interest in pugilistic circles
all over the countrj.
That Attell will meet the winner In the
next three weeks lends the crcatest in
terest to tho initial roitet Ills stjle of
flghtlnij is io distlncll opposite that of
clthei man who maj win the first battle
that the result of this content will onlj In
crease interest In the lm?l o The puree
of JJOiO will be the largest sura ever
fought for In this cltj
Philadelphia Tommy Ryan, who will fight
Gsorge Block at the Bus'nrss Men's Gjm
naslum next Monday evenimr. reached the
city yesterday and went through s0me
work in pnpantipn for the bout Ryan
ctatje fVtit lie Is In flrat-rlns trim anil his
.ippear&rce Indicates that he Is in Bnd
condition He sparred lightly with JacK
Slmms at the gj mnaslum yesterday, but '
stated that li" wouia connno most oi bb
work before the bout to light cerclso on
They are scheduled to box at 142 pounds,
and Rvan claims to bs close to weight.
Block can easily make 142 at all times, so
there is not likely to be any hitch In tho
weight question. As a preliminary to their
fight. M. Michaels and George Ester will
go In a bout at IS." pounds.
Tommy Fclti Losei to Ilnly.
Savannah. June 20 Andy Daly of Boston was
awarded 'he decision to-nlsht over Tommy Felts
of thtfl city In a boxing match of twenty rounds
at 1.3 pounds Tho mill went thn limit. Th men
finlFh'-d stronff Dalv rt-cieivcd the decislun on
$ 1 t
ii In tke City.
FILiTER BILIj LAID OVER The Com
mittee on Vvatc- Department of the Board
of Public Improvements es e-day post
poned consideration of the filter plant bill
until next week.
IVJITRED OV TRAI Oscnr lludKena
of No 1S04 Olive street, while stealing a ride
on the Wabash from Defiance. O , had hl3
rlcht foot crushed between tho bumpers.
He was taken to the City Hospital.
BODY OF EGRO TKEV rROJl
P.lvcr The bodj of an unidentified netro
boy. apparentlj 15 jcar-5 H was found
floating In the river at the foot of Chestnut
street last night, aid sent to the morgue.
VA:VTS 930.0OO D VII GES Dnnlel
Calhoun fl'eil su't In tho Crsuit Court vss
trrday against the American Car and 1 oun
dry Companj for 50090 dampgis for inju
ries alleged to have been received while in
the emplo of the company.
SAVITCHM V SnilIOCSLY INJl-RHD
William A. ndwads. a switchman, m
p.otd ny the Meichints' Termimi Rallw i
Compan, was struck bv a car while
switching under the twelfth 'trret hrll s
last nigh and sPriotislv 'nj 'red He was
taken to St. Mary's Infirmary.
INCORPORATED 'I he Uelilervrlerten
and Dunkman Uvery and Undertaking
Cnmpanj filed articlo of Incorporation vs
terday with the Recorder of Deri's The
carltal stock of JS.0M is divided into SO
shares, valued at SIM) each C. II. BelJer
wieden holds ST. shares. Theo W B'ldei
wleden 23 and Edward H. Dunkman 20
WAAT PROPERTY PAUTITIOED
Maria A. L. Bohle and others filed suit in
the Circuit Court jesterday against Wll
helmlna Koenigskrneraer nnd others to
have partitioned certain ml estate belong
ing to the estate of John H Koeniarskracm
er who died In 15ti The cou-t was asked
to appoint a receiver for tho Interests of the
children in their mother's portion.
JOHN C. NVGEIS WII.I. IJie tvIH of
John C. Nagel, filed for probite yesterday,
provides that If the testator's nephew.
Philip Nagel of St. Ctnrles. Mo . after he to
marrlrd. narreH his first mile chl'd .Tohr.
Christian Nagel, the chi'd shall lnvo all of
testator's Jewelrj. He left the remainder
of his estate to his wife, Louise, whe Is
named executrix without bond. The will
was executed May 12 last.
SLVTER FELL OFF ROOF William
Cunningham, a slater. living at No 1219
North Seventeenth street, fell from the roof
of a house he was slating at No 4,3', I-orcst
Park bo-ilevird. to the ground, fifty fett
below, yesterdnj afternoon Hi" left knee
cap was dislocated, the leg broken and he
sustained a deep scalp wound He was
taken heme In an ambulance. Ills condhlon
is regarded as serious.
HIMME SOC1BT1 iiui-uur-ioiioyr-
"B is me rcrore (.""""' '"T.-i'J'',',"'
he week !S,,,UMK 'V.'S
plnB , ov erloadlnr, 1. driving when gauca
or lamo, 29: deprlvlrg of necessary food or
1 shelter 7; general cruelty. 0, warned Ji.
' rases reported at o!ue 23; remedied with-
, out prosecution. 33, not sustained. 1: rot
found. 2 DTOiecuted. 1: convicted. 1. animals.
. tnkenl from work. 9: atilmata. killed, being
unfit for furtner use. ii; complaints re-jaru-lng
children. 3, number of chlld'en in
volved. C William Hennesey wns fined J
for overdriving a horse. One stable ordered
IXIOV LEVGLE CLUB EI ECTIOf-At
a mcetlns of the Union Leaguo Club the
following ofilcers were elected' President,
John D Manlcy: vice nres'dent Theodore
H. Conrades; treasurer, Edward Buder; sec
ret.nrv Ferd A. Beneke: assistant becretarv.
Gust. BIston. .Ir Board of Directors C F.
, Blank. H Conrades. Doctor E. F Hauck
. lOtQ ri. VIlC'll. ' ... . w'.i.i., j,i Lwtiti-
I ment Committee O. vv. Helntze. chalrmun.
rjoctor J W M
. Doctor J W. Moore, Theo. S. Blair, I A
1111am D. Becker. Gust. BlJ-
ton Jr.. Robert A. Burns. Library Commit
teeEdmund T. Allen, chairman; F. W.
Lehmann. Richard Blanke. Gymnasium
Committee Edward J. Bnur, chairman:
Doctor O. J. Fruth. Walter Medart.
East St. Louis Man Injured.
Hlgbee. Mo.. June 20 A stranger giving
the name of Patrlclc Carr and claiming No.
CIS North Sixth street. East St. Loutk as
his home had his right arm cut off here
to-day in attempting to board an M.. IC &
T. train. He will be cared for until his
relatives can be heard from.
Quiet Poughkeepsie Beromes Pic
turesque With Crowds of
RESULTS ARE MUCH IN DOUBT.
Cornell's Backers Less Confident
Wisconsin a Dark-Horse Prop
osition Many Changes in
Poughkeepsie, N Y, June 20 It is the
t vo of the college regatta and Poughkeepsie
has awakened from its usuul Quiet to as
sume the picturesque feature of a boat
Every train to-night N rouriny forth a
crowd of guests, each of whom sports lojal
1 the colors of his college.
Pretty girls with pins of college lovalty,
undergraduates, singing the praises of their
'var-ltj crews, .md old graduates comebick
to live over student dajs. ure congregited
in the hotel corridors, discussing to-morrow
Throngs of undergraduates are prome
nading the streets and ever) where the bolt
mce is the only topic of the hour. B.ery
store has college colors for decoratlors and
fakers re reaping a harvest dispensing nags
The yame uncertainty that marked the
rowing situation a wees, nsro still prevails
and the oho ce of victors Is as numerous as
the crews In the race. Cornell remains the
popular favorite, but Columbia and Penn
sjivanli have manv supporters
Cornell OdiU Not bo lllch.
The odds of 3 to 1 that prevailed on Cor
nell a few days ago. have chinged as the
Ithccars bv no n eans believe that such
odds are warranted by the ability of their
eight. Even moncv on Cornell against tho
field Is the best the followers of the red and
white will otfet. although they are willing
to give odds of 5 to 2 that Cornell will !,eat
W-eonsin Penns'lvania and Georgetown.
Vvlsconsin s crew is the utual dark horse
proposlt'cu that it hns been for the last
three vears. No one has any adequate Idea
of tho Badgers' ability, but they are feared
because of thfir fine work In previous re
guttas. The Westerners have modified their
stjlo of rowing considerablj this jear, row
ing a good deal shorter stroke than last
Columbia is an anomaly. Changes havo
been made In her boat frequent! for tho
list week and no one knows whether to
fed Columbia is In fit trim or not. The
clqht Is a light one, and Edward Hanlon
seems to havo hit the problem when ho
sevs that his crew Is an uncertain propo
sition for four miles
Personnel of the College Crews.
Following arc the positions, names and
weights of the men who comprise the va
rious crews that arc to compete In the In
tercollegiate boat races:
Four oared varslt. ccurse. two miles, time of
start. 3 ;o p m. Entries Co-nell. Columbia and
B J U Whlta .. . 1CS B T. Atkins lio
-' J snyUer t. U. h-ll'orth ut
3 J. VV Fisher... M 3 A. Mactenile .. 16j
4 F. Miller 13 4 A. L. Willis ul
i o v Foote .. . iij i I H Cornell lot
6 H b Monroe... lsj 6 A. c fccott It3
7 U tl dates. . 169 7 b N. Wheeler ...Hi
b IV. C Sheoaril i;j s li. S Pierrepont. 14a
C I V Bucnanan Sj O h. S Peck 93
Average welitht. 16,, .Average weight, 15).
B S W Marshall
J & B vv cetston
-E D Tohlll. '02 Lr)
3 J fa Bcgardus .. i 2 p
4 It C croel!. Ut 'C3
it A c,"a.ten .. ic
-C L. Kdmunston.
6 II a RuKers .
7 H c Hall . .
b E C. Leedon...
lull '02 16j
111 S C A. 10 ford. 'W US
14 Average weight. 1C3.
C L Howordsmlth 103
Average weight. IWK
Lisht-oared freshman race, course tno miles,
time of start, 4 la tntrles Cornell Culuiabla.
Pennsylvania Wljjonsln and faracus-
Columbia VV Isconsln.
VV t wt.
E A. B Hull. '03 . U7B-A H Schumach-
2 E II Updike. 01 H5 er laO
4 V Dc La M 2 J K. stack .. Ill
Earle '03 114 3 i. I. OiDert .. l'.l
S A. II A Brudley, 4 11 Lindsay.,
u2 .... 144 s j a Sinclair .
Average weight, lvi-i 6 A. II Banlett..
Pennsjlvanla. 7 A. 1L. Miller.. .
' fa C" K. l'.cej-.
B-A. C Jackson. '03 L3 C II I Morrison. ..nil
Z J R ohocli. '03 it,
Average weight. 157'
3 H E l'erser. '04 170
b 11 F Shleier, - US
Average wicht 132.
EIGHT OARED 'VARSITT.
Course, four miles, time of start. 5 30 p. m.
1-nales Cornell. Columbia. Pennslianla. Wis
consin. Georgetown, fajracuse.
Syracuse Sj racuse
WL E C B Dempster. ICO
B-H. M Galrln. . 14.' b B. M. Kallav- . .. in,
2 J. A Duelle US 7 J. A. Brown . ISi
3 C. H llecker
4 ft l'ark
1W, s Lu H Bagg ... . 14J
c ii. amith
. f. lUo
Average weight, 1W
B-E. D Sebrlng. "03
2 VV Merrill. '03 170
3 S Petti. '03 ..164
4 T J Vaa Al-
styn, 'OS 177
5 t. A. Lued-r. '03 171
0 J p ireniel. "U3.183
7 4 Hazlewood. '03.JC9
S A. R. CoSIn. '04 .171
C J O Smith. "03 107
Average welitht. 170s
B R P Jackson. "C2.H5
2 J .-4 Malder "04 153
2 A D Weekes. 0-.145
4 VV. F Rollins '04
. . 15j
3 O S O Loughlln.
03 . .. 1ft
6 A Nlcoll '03 . .171
03 . . 171
7 R B Bartholo
B XT. F. Mofratt.
. '02 16-7
- O. S Sieere. '02. 19.
3 I Mather. 03 174
4 R. O. Stevenson.
6 . J Glbon. '03 lis
6 B L Jordan. '03 173
7 C II Garlon 03 173
b E V. McComb.
C J. F Snwjer. '04 101
Avenge weight, 1129
B J. blnc.alr. '02 10
2 J Kellcj. '04 . ..15i
3 K. Hajden. '04 . 155
J. Ljnch 02 ..l.S
A Rourke. '04 . 17
u II. Russell. "04 ,1S
7 fa Edmonston.
S F Kerns. '03 ... 175
C VV Marion 'C4 US
Avera.se weight, R6.
B W. F Pangmin.
C3 . . . .132
S D E. Gramlich.
'04 . ' ... IK
3 R. E. Stone. 04 1C0
4 D. F. Phelps. "C3 li)
S II. E. Elden '03 IS)
C L B. VVvckolT.
S-O II VV lldman.
mew "03 150
S II C Townsend,
C C W Cuthel '05 106
Average wela"H 159
B R R Kane 04 163
2 O. J Cathcart, '01
3 E W Eckfeldt.
03 ... 170
4 3 Crowther. Jr .
W . Q. Gardner.
04 ... 151
C M Nelson '01 . Kl
Avei-ige weii-ht. lil
6 O 8 AUn. '03 .10
7 R II Elsenbrev
S-J II HlldcbranJ.
C R L Payne. Jr..
n.1 .. nr. I
Average weight 165'4 I
Conchca Expect Hard CiintentK.
The coaches of the vnrious crews have
expressed themselves about the races. None
is confident of victory, but 11 say that
they expect contests that will require the
winners to exert themselves to the utmost.
Here Is what they have written on the out
look: "I have a good strong; crew, and I am
pleased with th" men's condition. I won't
say where I think Wisconsin will finish
I am satisfied we will do well "Andrew
Odea, Coach of Wisconsin.
"Tne problem with us Is one of endurance.
Our crew Is as fast as last year's with two
or three miles, the question pi what they
can do In the last heart-breaking mile. The
crew that beats us will I think, have to
better last j ear's record." Edward Hanlan,
Ccorh of Columbia
"My crew has been greatly overrated. It
is a good average Cornell eight, but noth
ing phenomenal. We are not wor'ylng, b it
we expect the hardest kind of a race. Co
lumbia I look upon as our most dangerous
opponent, and In fact I think the race Il'g
between Cornell and Columbia." Charles
Courtney. Coach of Cornell.
"Sly crew 13 an untried proposition for
four miles. If tho race were two miles we
should not have much hesitancy In pre
dicting the outcome, but We have hopes for
the longer distance. The cerw that beats
us will know It has been rowing Pat
rick Dcmpsy. Coach of Georgetown.
"People tell mo my "varsity shows we
will havo to 'stand for if anq do the best
we can. We havohopes ot our freshmen "
E. R. Sweetland, Coach or Sv racuse.
"My crew Is well able to stand a hard
four-milo race. The eleventh-hour change
In the 'varsity may have some effect, but
not enough. I think, to effect Its chances.
We are not over confident, but the crew
that beats us will have to row mightily."
Ellis Ward. Coach for Pennsylvania.
Tbe following are the officials salected
for the races;
Referees John B. Eustls of Weslevan.
Timekeeper Everett Jansen Wendell of
Assistant Timekeeper M. T. Klrby, Co
lumbia. Assistant Timekeeper Frank G. Schofleld.
Assistant Timekeeper W. I. Forbes,
Judge at Finish Fred R. Fortmever.
The Hudson Rtver Telephone Company
will furnish the official time at the finish by
a submarine telephone service. This will be
a novelty in boat-race reporting, which is
expected to -expedite the transmission of
the news of the result.
"I cure specific Blood Poison to
forever without potash, mercury
mineral mixtures or poisons." DR.
Like leprosv of old, Specific Blood Poison was for
ages supposed to Le lncurab'c This ancient idea Is not
et altogethe- xtlnct It still exists in the minds of
manv old fogj phjsicians, who continue to salivate their
pttients with potash, mercury and other dangerous min
eral mixtures whicn. Instead of forcing the disease out
of the svstem drive It deeper In, where It lies dormant
for a time nnJ then breaks out again In tbe form of
some f; Ightful skin, blood or bote disease I cure Spe
cific Blood Poison to stay cured forever I challenge the
medical world fcr a case m nnv stage, hereaitarj or con
tracted, that I cannot positively cure, never to return.
My treatment for this disease is Indorsed by the best
phjslcians of America and Europe It is purely vege
table In compcsitioti am' perfectly harmless In effect
More than 3.500 men. man) of whom have tried Hot
Springs and nume-ous specific lemedles In vain, have
tMin imiitnlfh nnr! fftti'lffr CUTCd bV me flUtinC thft
present jear Phv&Iclans baflled bj stubborn cases are cordially Invited to coniult me)
bj spei.ai appointment.
I also cure to stay cured VARICOCELE. STRICTURE,. NERVOUS DEBrLTTT fad
nil reflex complications and associate diseases and weaknesses of men. To these maladies
alone I have earnestly devoted 23 of the best jears of my life. I make no charge for pri
vate counsel ind give to each patient a legal contract In writing, backed by abundant
capital, to hold for mv promise Is It not worth jour while to investigate a cure that
has made life anew to multitudes of men'
If jou cannot nil write jour trouble fully I have the most perfect system of bom
treatment known to medical science. .
? M F& Or COOK
fi.rJLJiA, MEDICAL CO..
GOLFERS WILL PLAY
FOR REPUBLIC GOP
Forty-Six Crack Players Will JJe-
giu Competition on Field
Club Links To-Day.
CHESTER A. KIRK IS FAVORITE.
Young Philadelphia!."! Chances
Liked by Experts The Stiek-
neys, McKinnie and li. 11c-
I'ortj .six of tho best golfers In St. Louis
will begin plav for The Republic Cup em
blematic of the championship of St. Louis
and county on the links of the Field Club
near Bissell's Point this morning.
The best sixteen scores will entitle their
makers to play for The Republic Cup In
class A. The next best eight will put their
makers in class B, and the next best eight
in class C
Tne Republic Cup has been plaved for
twice. In 1SU0 It was won en theTV,i Club
links by B. S. Adama Last jear It was
won on the Country Club links by P. B.
McKinnie, the present holder. It must be
thrice won by one plajer before it can be
come his absolute property.
The trophy is a handsome one. It Is a
sj'.i . sllv er cup. stands 24 Inches high on an
el-onv pedestal, is engraved in handsome
bas-relief figures of golfers and golfing
scenes and has the names and scores of Its
holders engraved on It.
Among experts Messrs. Arthur and Stu
art Stlckney. B. P. MoTZlnnie. Ralph McKIt-
I trick and Chester A. Kirk are gene-ally
cnosen as contenders in tnis lournauraik
Mr Kirk is a Phlladelphian. who nas lut
recently come to bt Louis. He is a mem
ber of the Normandle Park Club and has
shown great skill in local tcu-namenW All
the others have previously plivtd In cham
A marked feature of tho ntry Hut is tbe
absence of dead limber Almost ever-, plc.
er entered has a chance to win The Repub
lic Cup with anv luck coming his way.
The tournament will be held under the
auspices or the St. Louis Golf Association
and is for the championship of the city
and county of St. Louis. It is .open to all
members of the golf and countrs clubs be
longing to the St. Louis Golf Association.
The tournament committee consists of
George S. McGrew of the Glen Echo Club.
Frank M Canter of the St Louis Amateur
Athletic Association and Walter McKlttrick
nf the Flnriasant Vflllev Clnb.
I The follow irg clubs belong to the associa
tion. St. l-ouis field ciuo, uien wno
Country Club, Florissant Valley Country
Club, St. Louis Country Club, Log Cabin
Club. St. Louis Field Association. Nor
mandle Park nub and St. Louis Amateur
On Monday the first round of match play
will take place for all three c'asscs. on
Wednesday the second round will take
place and on Thursday the semifinals for
the championship On Saturdaj the finals
will be plaved for all three classes. These
matches will be thirtv-stx holes.
Trophy cups will be given to tho win
ners of all tnree classes.
The pairing and time of play Is appended:
eThas VV Scudder
J L earleton
A C "V Ickerv
u J. A. H. Annaa
S G Wilson
B C Edmurda
W G Dunham
Doctor Will Dillon
John S. Carter
W. J Gilbert .
F R Semple
Taylor Kellev . .
H. f Glltert
F E. Newberry
J E. Geraghty.. .
9 L hwarts .
E. A. Manny . . .
J It Koehler .. ..
R. McKlttrick . .
2 15 r Ray BIssell
. 2.1S A F. Mvers
. 2 21 a II Kirk
2 21 J Will Boyd
, 2 27 . .. . E Floyd Jons
:j A. P Whlttemore
2 33 . ... F. 11 Canter
2 26 . . .. c. J Werthetmer
. 2 J R Ooodall
. 2.44 R. U. Mudd
ST. LOUIS COUNTY PARAGRAPHS.
A. mnrrlacrc license wna issued in
Clvyton vesterday to Fred Nledrlnghaus of
isrentwocKi and jvate liess or seima.
Grant Boyd, a Webster Groves ne
gro, was held for the Grand Jurv yesterday
by Justice Brown of Webster Groves, on a
statutory charge Bovd has served several
terms In prison and an effort will be made
to convict him under the habitual criminal
The horses stolen Inst Tuesday from
Nelson Winters and Nell Benson of Tuxedo
Park were recovered yesterday by Sheriff
Henckcn. One of them was found In East
St. Louis and the other In a livery stable
at Nineteenth nnd Chestnut streets, i Jack
Smith, alias Wilson, is In jail In Clayton
on a charge of stealing the horses.
The .Vorniandle Park Clnb filed a
deed of trust for iuOOO on its property in
the Clavton Circuit Court yesterday to se
cure the Commonwealth Trust Company for
Marshal Charles Graf of Ferguson
vesterday took Martha Gamble, the daugh
ter of Thomas Gamble of No. 3JJ1 South
Broadway, Into custody, thinking she was
Miss Florence Neil, who was reported to
have run away from her home In North St.
Louis. MUs Gamble was released after
1 proving her Identity. She admitted that she
had run away from home five times, but
declared that her father was not looking
, for her now.
I Doctor Curl Felel hns been made
cha man of a comra'ttee of six appointed
I by the Olivette Improvement Association to
, suggest certain stipulations and restrictions
I to the County Court to bo placed In the con
j tract of any railroad company that Secures
I a franchise to lay tracks on the Olive Street
The sixth annual commencement ex
ercises of the Immaculate Heart In Nor
mandy will be held In the convent at Nor
mandy to-morrow evening at 7 o'clock.
FENCING IN BIG OIL PUNTS.
Rival Companies Fear Loss of
Beaumont. Tex.. Jnne SO. Sudden energy
In tbe matter of building large and vision
proof fences about the rew plants of the
Burt Refinery, in South Beaumont, and the
Central Asphalt and Refining Company at
Port Neches. has caused much rumor here
as to the reasons therefor.
The most generally accepted theory as to
the reason for this sudden diligence Is that
a civil engineer was, the other day, discov
ered In the act of complacently making;
W. A. COOK, Al. D.
610 Olive St.,
St. Louis, Mo.
A Simple Way (o Care Any Drunkard
A eainst His Will.
By using the new odorless and tastelega '
remedy which Is placed In the coffee or
food any drunkard can be cured. Anyone
can use It without the drunkard ever know
ing It. It does Its work so silently and suxs-
ly mat wmie tne
devoted wife, slater,
daughter or mother
looks on, the drunk
ard Is cored, even
against his will.
Every person who
has a loved one who
Is a slave to drlnte
ought to give them
this remedy at once.
Mrs. Samuel Boyd
says: "With Goli
MRS. SAMUEL BOYD.
Specific I cured my
husband of drinklne.
I put it In his coffee and after that he could
not drink liquor or bear to be where he
could smell It."
Write to Dr. J. W. Haines. 33S7 Glenn
building. Cincinnati, O., and he will send
you a free trial package which will show
you how simple It Is to use and how posi
tive Is its cure.
Full-slxed boxes ot Golden Specific are
for sale in St. Louis by Wolff-WUson Draff
Company. Sixth and Washington avenue.
drawings of certain parts of the Central As
phalt Company's plant.
According to the rumor, the yonnc man
was asked to depart with as little ceremo
ny as possible, and that afternoon an order
for fencing material was telephoned to one
of the lumber yards here. Nest morning
the work of building a tight fence was be
gun. Almost at the same time the con
struction of a similar fence around the
Burt refinery plant was begun, and has
progressed to a stage where It Is almost
"hog proof," and quite "clvU engineer
proof," The two companies have processes
for oil refining which they are anxious to
HAS APPROVED BISHOP FARLEY.
Cardinal Gibbons's Choice for New
New York, June 10 It was announced in
Rome some time ago that the Pope had ex
pressed a determination to refer the mat
ter of the choice of a successor to the late
Archbishop Corrfgan to Cardinal Gibbons of
Baltnmore and that the Vatican would be
guided by the expression thus received from
the primate of the Catholic Church In the
United StPtes. "
On the most trustworthy authority- It was
stated to-night that Cardinal Gibbons In-'
dorsed tho choice of the New York priests
and Bishops, and has written a cordial let
ter of approval of the nomination of Bishop
Farley for the miter. This letter will be
presented to the Pope by the Reverend Fa
ther Drlscoll of the Sulplclan community,
who Is row en route to Rome.
In clerical circles here to-day there was
great rejolcln; when the action of Cardinal
G!bbon became known. It was confidently
asserted that It would settle the matter
unless soma special and important reason
Intervened to have the vacancy filled by
some other prelate.
STREETS SPRINKLED WITH OIL
Results Better Than Were Ob
tained Last Summer.
Beaumont, Tex., June 20. Street sprink
ling, with oil as the dust layer, has been
resumed here , and with better results than
accompanied the first experimental made
Ian summer. Two applications of oil bare
been made within the last ten days, and
they have served to keep the dust down
The oil is usued mostly In rendering' dust
less the most direct road to Splndletop Hill.
This route, beginning at the Santa Fe
tracks. In the extreme west end of town,
lies along Calder avenue to Magnolia,
thence along- Magnolia, Liberty, Orleans.
Austin, Park and Railroad to the county
road, which leads directly to the oil fields.
The streets within tbe city limits are
plain, unrolled dirt roads, while that from
the city limits to the field Is of shell. Im
perfectly laid on a dirt foundation.
Rains in Southern Illinois.
Coultervllle, I1L. June 20. General rains
fell over Southern Illinois to-day and alone
with a large wheat crop tho fanners are
assured of a good oat crop. Corn Is also
Jennie Varrter a Suicide. T
Bridgeport. 111., June 20 Jennie Vawttr,
aged is years, wife of Clarence Vaster, of
Indianapolis, Ind . committed suicide last
night near RussellvlUe. an I Inland town m
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