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THE REPUBLIC : MONDAY, .JIAKCH 9. 1903.
DR. PARRISH OWNS
CRACK YOUNG COLT
ST. LOUIS BROWNS DEPART FOR SPRING PRACTICE.
DISEASES of MEN
D06 SHOWS UNUSUAL
Koken BIda;., Rooms 30, 31 and 33.
LOCUST STs Hours: 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. Saturdays to 3. Sundays to 12 onli
City capers wilt prove established practice s-nce 18tS. See back nttmbr 1
Ths Republic: b convinced. You see DR. WIIITTlkR tn person. '
FOR HONEST TREATMENT.
Scotch Dance, Son of GniiJo, Dis
plays Fine Form at Little
Cures ail Cnruuic. ,erou. Ulood, SUIn uuu trluur) Dlaesvaet;
bolh sexes. .Vervoai Debility. Last Manhood. Etc.. producing ntr
cuinrn. des-wndency and Irritablenesa or unfitness for business or marrtac
results of errors, lost man'iood. mllkv urine, organic weakness, quickness.
Pet Canine at Jefferson .Club En
deavors to Revive Her
Blood roiso All stages. Eczema. Ulcers. Painful. Difficult. Too Treouent or Bloody Tjrtt
. al'o prlTate dlreases which obstruct urinary pa'S'are. Ask for ulanlt IJ.
Irlnarj aid Bladder aliments quickly ci.r for life by safe means. Ask for Blank a. ,
I'llen and all Ite-rtn! diseases cured. Modern methods: no cutting Call or writ for advlc. ,
FinrsrlrnS c vhether congenita! or acquired, sncceasfully treated. Varicocele In six dai
Medical Dlctlonnrv and Adrlier free at ofac r sealed m
neuicai uinfinnnrv and Aanser rree as erac or sraira oy man; inirijpni .....r.
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BRED IN MISSOURI.
RECOVERS EIGHT FROM WATER.
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His Sire Is Guido, the Famous
State Horse of 1S90 Stev
ens Has Good Full Sis
ter to Wveth.
Little Rccfc. Mjrch 8. There -were sianr
:; visitors down at Clinton Park yesterday to
watch the horsos work and to set a lino
m a few good ones for the corning meeting.
,'v, "which opens March 3. On account of the
cool morning, the trainers did not start to
-working the horses as early as usual and
several held off until after dinner.
j" Probably tho best work done T.as that of
the 1. Louis sportsman's (Doctor J. G. F.ir-
fish's) Scotch Dance, a strapping big chest
j nut colt by Guido, dam Mazurka. This
! - nnimal. with Bob Stokes as a running mate.
j covered threo furlongs In 39. Scotch Dane?
' Is entered In the Capital Hotel Stakes, tJ
j be run here the opening day, and he should
j be able to glvo a good account of himself.
1 He. with several other of Cole's horses, is
. named for tho Native N'urserv. n. in?rn.
stake Tor 2-year-olds foaled in M'ssourl tae
produce of sires and dams owned in Mis
souri, which race will be the principal event
of the St. Louis Fair Association next sum
mer. Two other jptables here also have
horses in this race, namely, Schreiber and
SEVERAL. JOCKEYS OK HAND.
There is not a first-class Jockey here, but
there aro seteral who hae ridden and
have won races. Sam Earl, the boy who
w on the- Montgomery Handicap on the sell-
Ing plater Circus last jear at Memphis, is
Jiere, but he Is rather large and his ridirg
dais are about over. Jimmie 'Wallace, the
riton of a local barber. i at the track with
tc 'Tom Savers, the trainer in charge of Doctor
Bernays's stable. The boy has b-en riding
" at New Orleans and was seen in the saddle
that the meeting her? last spring.
Jess Mathews, who Ls now at his home in
Indiana, will leave in a few das for thl"
city, where he will ride for McGuigan at
the meeting, and then go to Brighton
TBeach. where he will report to Mr. Hardy
-Durham. to whom he Is under contract. In
the stable of YV. A. McGuisan. a nephew
lot the promlnnt turfman and politician,
aro some of the b"st 2-year-olds in the
.land. A couple of splend'd-looking colts by
" Boanerges, winner of the Arkansas Derby
eeral years aso. attract a good deal of
attention and have both shown up well in
; i :the!r work. Another gcod 2-ycar-oid in this
f?;ptable is Catchup, by Plaudit, dam Cahuca.
The colt worked jepterday morning with
, -Jollier, also by Plaudit, and they covered
the half in :51.
B"v WYETH'S FULL SISTER,
sii A full sister of Wjeth, winner of last
w-Vear's American Derby, has been called
"" Nellie Cromwell, for the wife of the sport
, ,lng editor of the Cincinnati Enquirer. Mr.
xwiu Evmneit. jir. ateven. me owner or
the horse, has entered her In a number of
the 3-j ear-old races of the oar. and the
't 'Kentucky, Memphis and American derbies
oi next j ear.
rr FALSETTO'S SOX COST MONEY.
MemphU Turlnmn Paid 4,S00 for the
Colt Named Falkland.
i , v Memphis, March S. One or the most ex
pensite youngsters, hero at Memphis Is
', , owned by G. C. Bennett. He- lias beei
'" named ralkland (by Falsetto Fright). In
his yearling form he showed up well enouga
to causo Bennett to1 pay J4.500 for him a
ii high-water mark In the history of Bennett's
yearling purchases. Little has been, done
r , thus far with Falkland, and Trainer Mc
t .Daniel has sold that the co!t will bo re
served for midsummer engagements, which
Include the Hyde Park Stake at Washlnc
"r i?n "rk ""id many other Chicago events.
here are twenty-nine 2-year-olos In Mc
Danlel's care, and those being hurried for
their stake engagements here and at Little
Kock. Louisville. Nashville and Latonia aro
J Saoctum. by St. Masinv-Mln-sink: Joian,
by St. Maxim Josephine: ijrJ Tennson,
by Tenny Whisperlne; Ml.K.ric. by Huron
Honeymoon: Aubrey, bv inra. VIrtorv Ijk-v
Adelaide: Olen Gallant, by Top Gallant
Ulenbelie. In fillies, the Bennett strlne-
items to be especially well fortltied In In
terrogation, a handsome chestnut daughter
of Ctarade Mockmln; Mabel Goode, by
Lucy Dog, and Lady Thistle, a daugnter of
the untried imnortd hnrsfl. kniphi rt Ma
' DUTIFUL ACTS WELL
"" Tho stable of the Schorrs ccntalns twenty-seven
youngsters, most of which are
colts, either brother to past Schorr carn-
palgners or prominently bred on lines fa
miliar with those who hae noted the pur
chases or Mr. Schorr for several ears.
There aro also some allies that hae" been
entered In cvcrjthlm;. They are eligible to
compete at ail metropolitan tracks and at
the liennlngs Fall meeting, in addition to
some Chicago. St. Louis. Louisville and
Mobarib. by Imp. Esher "Refle-i-in, is a
full brother to Judith Campbell ana ery
. highly tried. Dutiful, a son of Fjrada.-
Slipalong. is gray In color and in action nas
shown that he is possessed of plenty of
speed in the short trials. Dutlrut is a half
brother to Oakwood. and Is pcsjihly tte
. second best rated colt In the benorr tarn.
Uoverton, by Esher Kiity CIoir. is a full
brother to Sweet Clover and the sxiDnd loal
of .fcJ"? CIoer. her produce In isa antf IS.'J
being dead. Penatur. by Fiylnj Lutehman
rinuui-54 i a caii-Drotr.er to Leo Plan
ter and Kentucky Farmer, and is wr'I
toought of. Martlus, by Flying Dutchman
Cadma. half-brother to Flying Clri. and
Mountebank, by Sir Mo3rej Wocdfor.1
' ls regarded aa a very premising colt.
There are several colta by Handsome m the
bchorr collection that give evidence ot i?.-
JT nlng races by their trials.
DREYFUSS A PROMISING COLT,
id Tlernay, in John Fays barn, by Mcr.-tana-Lon.
is one of the handsomest pieces
of jouns horscflcsn at the track. He was
r ,he. Wghest prlcei of all of Fay's purchases
and gives a good account of himself In re
gotlatlng quarters in better than 1.15. Har
ney Dreyfuts. named after the Pittsburg
baseball magnate, in Fay's stable, is n half
ir,0. n Golden Age. T. D. Sullivan's
.,.j . The Bower-, by Handsome-PhlPppa,
U half-brother to Phil Esncr and Manilnii.
The Bowery has not been hurri-d in his
Xwor. .and beyond a general good appear
nce his racing qualities are in doubt.
2r M. H. -Tichenor i Co. have a few young
5ter?Jhai wU1 the colors of h!s t table
n-iJ?r e 1t time In the East 't they cor
tlnue to prosper as at present. From prts-
u ent Indications one of the best colts at the
rii0.1 ln thin string. Recently
-Jnamed TheSciar this colt his btcn renamed
Flowe'-King, being by imp. Florlst-Ciarlna
IL and therefore a lull brother to Florbu.
ra Winner oT the Tennessee Derby.
Great Feat in Bo-itIIuc.
HJ,JIin,'Se,.IV1V.1Ia,r,:h "-Arthur Wallace, a
rS!L c.flt Jj3,"n bowim tram of th
My lew team. bowlM a perfect fcore of 3M
s-jS?1." 4i. W)-1-" ed of tfa pins iatt
5?,S bK, .JIS1" r"?. . h pony
t- rrrr " , : " w tTt!UIJ' w. hiium make
his reraariable njn and wIU vouch for ih tr-
recC- Joe Corbett Slcnn Contract.
tjrother of Jim Corbett. to-day signed to p tch
All Work Guaranteed. Expert Workmen.
iU & 1122 OLTTE ST.
u (Leave cor at 13th s.)
lyOn our Id floor. Every one guaranteed.
nrlvAny price, easy payments.
1120 & 1122 OLIVE ST.
JLeare ear at 12th st.)
By a Rtpubllc Photographer.
St. Louis Browns, as tlicy appeared at Union Stntlon yesterday aftornoon prior to their depanuro for Baton Houge,
Ia. Reading from left to right, tha plnjcrs aro: Sudhnff, .Vndorsou, Donahue, Charley Hemphill, Seivers,
Jesse Burkett Mike Ilahoe, Captain DIek rndden. Bobby Wallace, Billy Reldy, Emmet Heldilck, Vice Presi
dent Beu AdUlns, Business Maloaser, Billy Walsh. Standing between Burkett and Kahoe, with face partly hid
den. Barry McCormlck.
Fourteen sturdy baseball warriors, com
prising the St. Louis Browns, departed yes
terday afternoon for Baton Rouge, La ,
where thty will condition themseHes for
the coming season. The ball tossers were
accomparicd by Manager James McAIeer.
Included in the party were Captain Dlok
Padden. Catchers Kahoe and Doaahue,
Pitchers Willy Sudhofft B'lly Selers and
Billy Reldj , First Baseman John Ande son.
Shortstop "Bobbj" Wallace: Third Base
man Barry McCermick; OutfiUders Butkett,
Hcldrick, Hemphill and Fr'el. They are due
to arrive in Baton Rouge this afternoon,
and if the train ii not delayed Manager Mc
AIeer will send the players on the ileld for
a little limbering up.
Between 1 and 2 o'clock osterday after
noon Uricn Station became a miniature
baseball world, and fans and plajers ex
changed greetings and refought some of the
cloe battles of last staton.
Billy Walsh, business agent, accompa
nied by Ben Ad kins, the club's new lco
president, were the first to arrive.
A little later the jilajers beg3n to arrive.
Heldrick being the first to show up. As he
paced back and forth in the Midway, he
was closely e ed by set eral fans, w ho com
mented on tho dapper outfielder's line ap
fcr the Los Angeles team. The Los Anfeles
team ha? also s'lrned Doctor Newton, who pitched
for the Brooklyn Club last eaon.
To-I)ajs .en Orlennrt Entries.
New Orleans, La , llanh f. Entries for Mon
1 irn race, palling. Ave and cne-half furlongs:
Venus Vlctris J
Ntmble Down SJ
Quick-liver faue ...... Hd
'ine vvuiow '
iaille J w
i.t i rl-se
2Us Aubrey .
.Antat-une .... .
rtiu Cuckoo ..
Sccord race, gelllrg. five and one-halt fcrlgngs:
Boston av Mldnh-ht Cr-lmes . .101
Jvlw Quick. W Nli. JJJ
tour ieat Clover.... to Jdarion I.rnci li
Fickle taint .-Ns Doctor tannic 11!
Miss Shanlej- Ds Dandle Belle 115
Vne llronif Demon. .101
Third race, selling, soven furlonga:
Tom Kmjiley jJ 1'aul Cteton W
MosKeto lw Ben nullum 'J;
UpUmo 1W Loid Nevllls li'l
Aft-tan 101 lloicnl 103
Balloon lol HUMliton Uu
Aratcma :M.Aialstcr 115
Fourth race, pire. handicap, seven furlongs:
RlKtil ano iue Jl Mt-nc tj
Mlb. 1-Yanlc Foster... V Aimrail
Blue Blaze . ilatgis 13
lloodulnk. S Jim U!a,rk 105
Mra Morfl'o s J iotentc 113
F.flh race, purse, mile:
Mirlne ................. 9. nrcbarrassment 10U
apcre 97 lllrchbroom 10a
Kair Lxss ....lvl Ahowman .....105
Hand Organs tw Welcome Light 10S
ITodigal g.n 100 gtierirr Ilell UQ
Uth race, telling, mile ard three-elghtta:
Accolade su Charles D 10
l'av the Fiddler 83 Peat K
Iellare Ui Caul 110
Fonsprar 1M 1 .
NEW CIIIJIANS SELECTIONS.
New Orleans, March S- Selections:
Kim Race aallle J.. Madam. Antigone.
S-econd Race The Boton. Njx. Jllsn Shanley.
Tnlni Race Paul Creyton. Malster. Itu's.ilton.
Koarlh Race Mrs. Frack I ester. Potente. Jim
Fifth Race Brush Broom. ShrlJT Bell. Ernbar
rassraepr. tAHh Race Lcflaie. Charles D . Accolade.
To-I)n' Oakland Eutriea.
San Francl'co. Cal . March S Oakland en
tries for Monda :
first rce. mirteen.slxteenth of a mile, selling:
Sterling Towers ..i Kondo IB
lUrla 101 Hasp 112
cncrrles ...103 Donator .......1U
Dollle WelthofiT 133 D.-tnrber It!
The Hoodoo 10. Jornnie McCarthy ..10S
Lou Cleveden IJi ihc Miller 105
fcteli i'erklrs ?5 lfersment 105
Second race, three furlongs, pjrse, maiden 2-
Feblto 110 Fact- 10
Lady Laurie 110 Kurest Fire 104
Dodle ,...110 Htlzabeth 108
fctielarla. 110 Klortana Belle 104
Oro Hce 110 MIroma 105
Ronrna 110 Amberlta 1M
Llbblo Candid lit
Third race, mile and nfty yards, selling:
1 O V....
.........103 i jiaraschtno ......
1W I inspirator
Kourth race, cne ard ore-lourth mile, selling:
Tufts W.Katie Wa.cott IN
Blessed Do morel .... SS 'Uonnle Ll'sak 1
lde Star 1W Oanejo 1M
Tliona IOJiGoW One 104
Expedient .....HllGrevfeld 103
Fifth race. mile, sellins;:
Albert Enrtxht 117
Marco Pclo 117
Frank 1'earce .
Windward "....'...l.'...lll I
war Cotton ...
FUth race, thlrteen-slxteenths ot :
Tulare W3 Evaruler 109
Velrra Clark Ill Montana Peeress .... M
Oriana .'.....112 Meehanus .111
Pat Morrissey Hz Vellowstone 105
Jim Gore II ..til Klaraero 105
Tyrannus T....19J Prue 1CT
Fan Francisco. March 8 Selections:
First Race Dollle Welthott. Cherries. Johnnie
Second Race Rowena. Oro Rose. Lad'
Tbl-d Raoe Oalanthus. Maraschino. !
Fourth Race Gref eld. Gold One, Lode Star.
ruin itace uussanuo. iiouiauir. jim xiaie.
Sixth Race Meehanus. Jim Gore II, Tyrannus.
Trains leave Union Statlon,12:S2 12s 2:08 32
Stop at Washington ave.... l las 1:16 30
Ileturnlne;, 1:U. 5:15. 5:43, :17,
Hot Springs. Ark.. March . "Kid" Broad has
ai lived and wtl be followed st once by Tim
Otllahan. They -will engage In a twenty-round
go. the date to be fixed aa soon as Callahan
Fire nt YVILallrasport.
WUlIamgport. Pa., Jlarch 8. Eire here this
mornlnp gutted Ulman's- Opera-house
bulldltur. burnlne out Michael Levlsfs Tliif.
fnlo clothing house, George I.Oder's general
store, the armory of Companies D. O and I
of the Twelfth Regiment. N. O. P.. and a
half-dozen other occupanta. The total loss
m csumaieu at 9 iojw.
pearance. A few moments later Bobby
Wallace strolled Into the station, and, after
passing the glad hand to his companions,
confined his attention to roasting Billy
Reldy about his new dinky hat.
BIG TRIO LOOK GOOD.
Burkett, Anderson and McCormlck were
the next arrivals, and thai this trio is ln
condition was plainly evident by their
snappy gait as they exercised their limbs
In 'the Midway.
The new plaer. Donahue, was the next
man in. and if appearances count for any
thing, the little bricktop backstop should
make good. He is a stocklly built jouth.
quiet' of manner, but of that determined
look which ls generally worn by plajers
who fight nine inning3 all the way ln ev
ery game they enter.
beners. the new pitcher, assured his
friends and Manager McAIeer, that his in
jured arm has been restored, and he be
lieves he will pitch better ball this season
Sudhoff Is looking well, and has grown a
bit heavier. That the additional weight
should aid "Wee Wiilv" goe" without sav
ing, as he was formerly a trifle too light
for pitching of the sensational order.
Dick Padden has kept himself in condi
tion during the off months by shooting and
fishing, and he tells his men of more narrow-
escapes with Bruin than he has eer
had on the ball field.
Big John Anderson Is looking fit for tho
fray. He has been conditioning himself for
EAST SIDE NEWS.
LABORER STRUCK BY TRAIN
SUSTAINS FATAL INJURIES.
Georire El Iter. Fonnd ITnconaciouSf
Dies tn Ambulance on Way
George Ellter, years old. employed for
the last week aa a laborer by the Illinois
Central Rallrcad at East St. Louis, was
found unconscious in the Illinois Central
juxus jesieruay aneraoon.
He had been run over by a train. An am
bulance was summoned, but he died before
the ambulance arrived at tho hospital. He
was taken to the morgue. Coroner Mc
cracken will hold the Inquest this morning.
Litter came here a week ago from Evans
ville, Ind., where he has relatives.
COMBINED CHORUS TO REHEARSE.
Choral-Symphony Society "WUI Aaalat
"Active" ln Moslo EntertuHvment.
It is expected that arrangements will be
made this week by the directors and the
Ladiesf Section of the Belleville Choral
Svmphony Society to hold regular rehear
sals of both sections. There are about 159
members. Director Carl is highly pleased
with the chorus.
the officers of the "Actives" are: Pres
ident. Oscar Uese; secretary and treasurer,
John Reimann; librarian, William Mc
Conaughy; stage manager, D. O. Thomas.
Music Committee Doctor Conroy. Otto
Ropiequet, J. K. Light and D. O. Thomas.
Arrangement Committee Henry Lle'e. Roy
vVInner. Charles Kanzler, Louis Blschof and
The ottlcers of the Ladies' Section are:
President, Miss Lizzie Wick: vice president.
Miss Acgurta Neuhaus; secretary. Miss
Julia Storck; treasurer. Miss Heinrich; li
brarian. Miss Pearl Tiley.
Circuit Court Docket.
Cases set for trial ln the Circuit Court at
Belleville this week are:
uiu-in -itpie is. josepn I'.eieDeK. alias .
Jasie Itezebek: forgery. Tne People vs. LojIs
Smith: bura-larv. ine Pecnt ra. nuirf Vairm
James Cenazza. alias James Rrcdle. Ednard
Harrington and Louis Meti: bunriary and lar
ceny. Tuesdaj The Peopla vs Frank Dous-las. alias
Henn' nnlth. alias Collie Ltllard and Charles
Carrol; burglary The 1'eorJe vs Charles Car
rol: burglary and larceny. The People vs. Wil
liam Heuneberry, Thomas Wallace, Elmer
Woodruff: James Hade and Joseph Burke; burglar)-
Wednesday The People vs. Leo Scherre-; em
bexslement. The People va. Frederick Den-ein:
assault and battery.
Tnurrdar The People vs Frank Wllkens and
George Jlnes; arson. The People vs. Frank Wll
kens and George Jines: burning goods, etc. The
People vs Frank VWlkcrs and Georg- Jlnes; de
frauding Insurance company. The People vs.
John McDonsugh: giving stray indecent litera
ture. Friday The People vs. Wllllanis Harris: embex
xlement. The People vs. Henry Roeder; embex
xlement. Dellevllle 5en Notes.
J. F. Wassell of Washington. D. C ls vls
ltlag friends and relatives ln Belleville.
"Dividends" was the topic discussed at ths
Toung Men's meeting st the Belleville T. M. G,
Fred Heinxelman vrill depart this vreek for
Clallfornis for the benefit cf hltjieslth. He Trill
be accompanied by his father, vvllllam Heinxel
man. Th. Belleville City Market will open April J.
Ofilclais nf tne East bt. Louis and Suburban
Electric Railway wilt give s banquet ln honor
of Attorney M. W. Borders on Frldsy evening.
Samuel C. Crouch has been chosen delegate
to represent Illinois at the supreme session of
the Court of Honor, which will be held st Kan
las city. Ma
Th youngest political leader ln Madison
Countr. and perhaps la that section of the Sune.
J selected Saturday night by ths Democrat
Cf Edwsrdsville Townshtn tn nA K t.l ...
gazuxstlon during ths coming year. T. O. Stokes
a newspaperman, who has had ths position cf
Central committeeman for a number of years,
tendered his resignation ana Simon Kellerman.
Jr., was selected ln his place. Mr. Ksilerman.
who Is but n rears of Sjre. la president of ths
Edwards rills Advertis ng Cornpsry and vie. pres
ident cf the Ftre Department. Th. following
nomlnaUons were mds for the spring election:
8 William Dlckman and A. H, Klenlen? Assistant
urerruors; H. X. Dtsrkes, Town Clerk: E. W.
IU?frtAJ!!2r: Josph Schmidt. Collector: 3.
J. btubbs. Highway Commissioner: M. DesmondV
Schcol Trustes: Louis Weiler. Constable.
Bcnjamlrt Norton, president of ths Clover
Lest, was Is Edwardsvllle last week.
. . The High School Assoelstlon ls preparing for
the tatsrschelastle meet at Alton the first week
IS.Mi.r'.illtJl!Hch thw wl "M sthletie and
orstjncsl cotrtests. A preliminary meeting will
be hew at the countr seat, in which there will
p contests ln four branchesoratory, fleclsma
tlcn. essays and free-band drawing.
- TS? c!,,r Council -m havs s special session
en Thursdav nliht for the discussion of ths
IUUslnc Fund to Bore for Coal
A fund of JM0 ls belrur raised at North
Alton to make a test for a large vein of
coal, which ls thought to underlie the east
ern part of the village. About COO of the
total amount had been subscribed yesterday
and the -work ef boring- will be under the
direction of Henry and John Malloy. expert
the Inst two or three months' training
some of the noted heavy-weight wrestlers.
Burkett. Friel and Hemphill have changed
I cry slightly, seeming a trifle lighter than
they were last jear.
The plavers who did not report yesterday
were Powell, Sugden and Fiank Donahue.
Powell and Sugden probably will arrhe
Tuesdty or Wednesday, and will follow
their teammates to the sunny South. Pow
ell 's In Chicaso. Donahue will condition
himself at the Vale gymnasium and on the
college field when the weather permits.
THREE WEEKS' TRAINING.
After arriving at Baton Rouge, the play
ers will go to work at once If the weather
conditions permit, and will have a continu
ous round of training for three weeks.
They will arrive ln St. Louis April i On
the way back the Browns will play as
many of the semiprofessional teams a
favorable arrangements can be made with.
At Baton Roure they will take on the lo
cals, and as tbat town ra3 a really rlrst
class tall team tho Browns should have the
proper amount of training after doing their
three weeks' stunt there.
Patrick Donovan, the Cardinals" manager,
announced jesterdoy tho release of player
Brashear to the Philadelphia National
League Club. He also stated that final ar
rangements have been completed for the ex
change of Otto Krueger for Jimmy Burke,
the Pittsburg utility infieldcr.
miners. The boring will be on the land of
the North Alton Paving, Building and Fire
Brick Compjny, and will bo to the depth of
2.000 feet, unless the desired vein Is struck
scpner. President Edward Rodgers of the
brick plant has given permission to make
the test and will furnish the steam for the
drill. Those interested believe that a seven
foot vein of ccal can be found, and the ex
perts are also ot tho opinion that both gas
and oil can be tapped by the shaft.
Alton Ti'otes nod Personals.
R- E. Bossett of Chicago was a visitor ln
The condition of Justice Barnett Nathan cf
AltOn. WhO ls 111 Ht hi hnitl. in flnttr apj...
with pneumonia, was reported as Improved jea-
-The principal address at the men's meeting
the Alton V. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon
is delivered bv the Reverecd Doctor VV" H.
Bradley, pa;u.r of the FIim ITesbyterlan Church
In Upper Alton.
The pulpit of th First rrcsbjteriaa Chjrch
at Alton was occupied jesterday evening by
Professor G C. KnoDel of Chicago ln tho inter
est of the Illinois Orphans' Home Association.
Harry Oasmire ot Alton has gone to Mar
burc. vv. Va.
The annual convention of the Epivorth League
of the Alton M. E. ditrict will be hld at
Staunton on June 10 and Jl. Among the proml
ntnt speakers from a distance will be the Rev
erend Loctor William A. Quale of Kansas City.
-The Alton District Conference of the M. E.
Church will be held with tho first M E.
Church at Upper Altcn on Arm 14. is and 16.
The Reverend Doctor F. M van Treese of Leb
anon, presiding Elder cf the Alton district, will
prelde at t conference.
Real Estate Transfers.
The following real estate transfers ln Jer
sey County have been recorded at Jersey
Robrt E. Moore to Mary T. Moore, lots ln
town of Hdelu: 15
Geo D. Locke to "William M. Raymond, lot
in Jerseyvilie; J15.
Vn. it. Ilainond to P. I. Little, lot ln Jer
Geo D Locke to E. C Jewsbury, lot In Jer
Harvey . GlUorth to Olive G. Richards, 330
acres ln section 0. 7-11: $9 &").
Charles McKlnney to Anna ilcKInney. land
In section s. 7-13; jl.ow).
William H. Houjthtlln to the city cf Jersev.
iue. iov on 1'ieasant street. jcrsevilie, ill.;
Patrick Fnx to John V Rodcers. 40 acres In
.XS, ,t -3. ..J., -"ougers, acres in
ueo u. incite to vvm. t. tarter, lot in jer-
Ednard Schaaf to Frank Kanelakan,
in sections m and X. s-is; X3.CW.
Sarah E. GUI to Wm. F. Mrebel. 57 seres ln
tectlcn J2. 7-11: 13.0W
J. K. Francis to Leonard H. Palmer, lot tn
village cf Elaah: S30
Elizabeth Johnson to Harvey T. Gllworth. 49
acres In ser, n iZ. 9-10; ,
Encs Johneuii to Harvey y. Gllworth. SO acres
ln s-ction S2. 9-1); jt.6f.0-
James A. Barr tl Jerseyvilie Industrial Asso
ciation, tract cf land for shoe factory site, ln
city cf Jerseyvlle: Jl.
A meeting of the Board of Local Improve
ment cf Jerseyvilie was held en Saturday e.en
ln. at which the contract for the paving- ot
Lafayette street, between Pearl nnd Exchange
streets, was let to the arm ot Wolf. Maupln &
Curdle of Alton. Work will be started about
March 25. Ths contract was let for 11.53 a
square yard and O cents a running foot for ths
curbing. The Postcn blocjc. mads at Veerders
burg, Ind. will be used for the pavlnc;.
The quarterly meeting of tha First If. E.
Church at Jerseyvilie v. ill be held oa March
14 and IS.
hTe ladles of the German Evangelical Church
at Jerseyvilie. wfaoe birthdays come ln tho
month ot March, will give a social en Thursday
afternoon ln the basement ot the church.
A mhnicoary convention of a number of M.
B. churches ln Greene. Jersey snd Macpupm
connties will b held at the First M B. Church
in Jerseyvtlls on May 2 and 17. The churches
participating will be those at Fieldon. Kane, Me
dors. Grafton, Elsah and Newbern.
-The funeral of Mrs. Henry Faust of Jersey
viii wTin.. iuth nmiiTed cs Saturday, will be
held this afternoon from the German Evangeli
cal Church. Tho pastor, the Reverend IL Bahn
sen, will officiate.
MIiwoTirlans ln Xew Torlc
Kew Tork. March 8.-Among the arrivals
at the hotels here to-day were the following
Mlssourians: , -
St. Louis W. F. Nolker. R. I.'olker Miss L.
-oikrTL7Perry: T. H ,Wls M B. MUten
berrer, J. L. Buttertleld 8. B. Sheldon and
Mrs. Sheldon. VsMort: J.T. JByrassrjV .
Mrs. Sheldon. Woidoif: J. T. Byrnes and Mrs.
Byrnes. Miss A. Byrnes. Hoffman: J. A. Camp
U1U Ashland: H. H. Schleler G. N. Blntel.
Broadway Central: F. ii Ler!ihJ?t.AFiim
Webber, 'orand Union-. D. C Cour and Mrs.
Cooper, A. Hoeber. Vlctoriar Z. Mw?v..u2C
landV L S. Simmons and Mrs. Simmons, Murray
Hill; W. E. Morgan. Manhattan: O. Oson
and Mrs. Qlbson, '.endome; Miss L L. Feiker.
Normandle. j.j. w t
Kansas CI17 W. O. Bryan. CWterten. w. J.
Murray. Wlcsor.la: J. T. Bsrrone, criterion, C
R. Wilson, JUnhattan.
St. Joseph T, 11. Campbell, Manhattan.
Lumber Carrlersr" Ccale.
Detroit. Mich.. March 8. The TVage Scale
Committee of the Lumber Carriers Associa
tion of the Lake City to-day made a contract
with the Lake Seamen's Union for the sea
son of 1S0S. For lookouts, wheelsmen and
watchmen the scale Is the same as that
adopted by the Jake carriers and seamen.
ritTtsrSonS.'bSr? 0S0SSI anTs5
arte? that SSo. ' j
Whines Pitifully for Members to
Assist Her in Bringing the
Dead Offspring Back
"Nellie." the mascot of the Jefferson Rod
and Gun Club, and for some time the pet
ot the Jefferson Club, because of her Intelli
gence, has within the last few das, by a
most remarkable display of maternal in
stinct, more than ever endeared herself to
The mascot of the Jefferson Rod and
Gun Club is a thoroughbred Llewellyn set
ter. She ls owned by R. Ford Combes, secre
tary of the Ward Organization Committee,
but her intelligence ln quest of game In the
he'd and forest has long been known by all
members of the Jefferpon Club.
"Nellie" resides at the Jefferson Club.
A few days ago she became the mother
of eleven pups. It was decided to drown
eight of them
They were placed in a "gunny ack." th"
mouth of which a tied and the packag
of unfortunate puppies, heavily we.gn.eu
with lead, placed In a pool of water some
distance from the Jefferson Club head
quarters at Grand avenue and West Pine
The mother had been locked In the base
ment of the building, and was not released
for more than an hour after the execution
of the puppies. She had noticed the ab
sence of tne puppies and immediately set
out to search for them.
SEARCHES FOR THE LOST.
Once at liberty ahe searched through
every nook and corner of the Jefferson Club
headquarters for her lost offspring. Not
finding them within the building, she pawed
at the front doer until one of the porters
permitted her to go outside.
In a short time she found the sack con
taining the puppies ln the pool of
water her nuonies drowned.
About three inches of the sack was above
water. Sniffing at that, she knew where
her lost offspring were, and pulled the
sack out of the water. Then she took
each dead pup, one by one, back to the base
ment of the building and laid them down by
tho side of their live brothers. In the
night one of the porters went into the
basement to are up the furnace. He noticed
that she had all of the puppies, both dead
and alive, snugly tucked up to her breast,
as If she were trying to suckle the dead
ones back to life.
BRINGS PUPPIES BACK.
The porter thought nothing more of the
matter until next day. "Nellie" had wide
ly v-alted until dark to bring her puppies
home, probably half fearing that one of
her human friends had been the means of
drowning her children.
The following morning, after having
vainly endeavored throughout the night,
blng close to the furnace, to nurse to life
the dead, the mother, apparently recogniz
ing the superiority of human over brute in
telligence, carried the dead puppies to the
cftlce of the secretary of the club, and
with whines and groans, pitifully appealed
for assistance ln cringing them back to
The dead pups were tenderly arranged ln
a basket, patted and stroked, and a warm
cloth was placed over them. This treat
ment seemed to satisfy the mother, and
She left the room and went back to the
live offspring from whom she had depart
ed in the hope of doing something for the
dead. The puppies were then removed and
burled, after which time the mother ap
parently manifested no further grief.
For several das it was impossible to
coax her away from the remaining puppies,
but now her confidence has returned, and
she leaves her three puppies for a short
time at intervals of the day and night. She
ls very fond of the three, and wags her tall
with motherly pride when the members
of tho club pet them.
The sentiment of the Jefferson Rod and
Gun Club ls to recognize formally "Nellie"
as the club's mascot and distribute pictures
of her to all members.
WON EVERY GAME IN Y. M. C. A.
C. A. Poole Gets Gold Medal (or Win
ning; nandlcan Affair, Twenty
Three nelnfr Entered.
C A. Poole of No. 5E3 Morjran street, who
won the gold medal ln the handball tourna
ment at the Central T. SI. C. A., has the
distinction of having been successful ln ev
en game he plaed.
The tournament opened on January 13
E. A. POOLE.
"Who won the gold medal In the T. IT. C. A.
and closed last Friday, March S. There were
twenty-three entries, and games were
played three days of every week. It was a
handicap affair, and Mr. Poole was one of
the scratch men.
Byron Moser. who received the silver
medal, or second prise, lost but one game
in the tournament.
Race Track Wisdom.
"Music hath charms to soothe, the savage
breast." That's why seme women bring babies
to the race track. 4
Cvanlde. Bromide. Chloride and Peroxide are
some ot the names a facetious correspondent sug.
rests as suitable for ths names of thoroughbreds
These mu't b some of the ides of March that
history somewhere tells something about.
Speaking about "bulldog courage" in race
horses, is It really courage that makes the bu'I
dog hang on or the fear of what will happen to
htm should he let 50;
After a race having an "unsavory I00V
aiternauvs eltner call
or the rider to account.
Don't pace up and down tha lawn nervously
pending th. decision of your wager. Folks might
think you're a pacer Instead of a thoroughbred.
When a horse loes bis footing many a bettor
loses his standing.
This ls almost th limit. A correspondent,
whose s&nlty is strongly suspected, as be In
closes a stamp for return of manuscript, sends
ths Racegcer the following conundrum and an
swer: "Why ls a scholo teacher's cane ilka a S-year-old
ln an ordinary condition racer
Answer: "One carries weight for youth snd
the other carries weight for age."
A racehorse may get away sailing and still
Never yet saw a bookmaker rub bcaue he
saw a bettor with a high forehead approaching.
It ls strictly au fait, en regie and derlgear.
on your third visit to the race track to devote
an entire afternoon to criticising th work of
the official handlcapper. Dally America.
We are ready to make that new suit or
ov-Vrcoat" fcj TOU. Harlan Bros.. Tailors,
Sixth nd St. Charles streets.
Mormon Bishops' Pills have been In use over 0 years by the leaden of ttoManij
Ctaurca and their folloVers. Positively cures tie worst casea la old W2&
OnSHraSM ZmXi:rCB.Z. Seer... PeWlty, BmiMchfrl-' Ste
ereiy function, lon'i get despondent:
tubs A riuMisissi in .t .!- u-ik .
A. x -.
d organs, stuaouui .n Dma
Adrus B1I90F CKMKDf CO.ftM JrmBttae CM.:
and deservedly well-known
1120 11SS OUVB ST.
(Lea-re car at lSUi at.)
1130 A.1122 OLTTE ST.
(LeaTe car at ISth at.)
NEW DEFENDER TO
BE MARVEL FOB SPEED
Designer Herreshoff Believes That
Yacht Now Building Should
Be an Easy Winner.
HARD CONDITIONS TO BE MET.
Boat to Win Must Be Fast on Free
Sailing, and in This Point the
Xew Craft. It Is Asserted,
Will Have Xo Equal.
Bristol. R. I.. March S Whatever may
be the surprise that Mr. Fife has in store
for American "yachtsmen with his Sham
rock III, it ls acknowledged by those In a
position to speak that Captain "Nat" Her
reshoff, with the new defender, will meet
that surprise and show the world a trick
ln naval architecture hard to beat.
In the year 1901. after the challenge of
Sir Thomas Upton with the Shamrock II
was accepted. Captain "SSI" "Crought out
it ls still held by him and by yachtsmen
whose opinion ls worth listening to that
the Constitution was positively an Improve
ment in design, rig and construction over
the famous Columbia.
Owlnsr. however, to a. combination of un
fortunate circumstances .the -Constitution
did not succeed ln occupjlng the enviable
position of defender of the America's Cup.
In the same season appeared the Inde
pendence. Famous or otherwise, as she may
have proved to be, she served a purpose,
and a keen observer and designer learned
from her Ju3t how far he could go ln that
In the races ln which she met the Colum
bia and the Constitution she could not win
rrom them, and ln certain conditions her
performance was deplorable, but there were
conditions and times when she demonstrated
that sue possessed real qualities, notably
when sailing free.
In summing up the conditions to success
fully meet the Shamrock II. Mr. Herreshoff
nor any other acute designer could ignore
the fact that free-wind sailing is just as
much of value In retaining the cup as any
other way of sailing.
In the races for the old trophy, the ar
rangement is that the second and fourth
and succeeding alternate contests are over
equilateral triangles, one leg of which Is
Dlanned to be to windward, the others
reaching and running.
The problem, then, before the designer
was plain. It was to embody the special
features which gave the Independence her
abnormal power in sailing free, and at the
mas time to plan a vessel whose success
In sailing to windward would at least be
equal to that of the Columbia or the Con
stitution, ard at the same time in sailing
free to be as nearly up to the Independence
as the peculiar combination would admit.
That, it Is believed, has been accom
plished. The new defender, now rapidly ap
proaching completion In Bristol, ls believed
h- tknsA who have seen her and who un
derstood the peculiarities cf her model to
be one of the most remarkable designs evter
evolved from the fertile brain of Captain
Tho xnnhr will rnmhlnp In a wonderful de
gree qualities which will produce the high
est results in sailing against the wind, as
well as In railing free. Her rescuing speed
in a good breeze should be. as one who will
sail en her aptly expressed it. "Fast as an
Whisperings are also heard ln Erlstol re
gardlrg the dimensions of the nw defend
er. From n biue print of the boat it has
been learned, so the story goes, that her
over-all length will be between US and 11.
feet, which ls hardly possible, but the
"well-Informed" yachtsmen of this yacnt
hDiMini, triune., sp.n snr. nf their informa
tion, and all who express doubts upon this
point are simply requested to "wait ana
see." That the boat Is fully 112 feet. If not
more, over all. ls quite sure, while the
beam Is only slightly under K feet.
The yacht will be launched the best tide
In April, which promises to be about the
middle cf that month, if there are no draw
backs encountered, which ls hardly pos
sible. There are 300 men on the Herreshoff
pay rolls a number unprececentea. even in
ST. LOUIS AND DALLAS MEM
ARRANGE COCKING MAIN.
Chicken Fltrbts Are to Be Held la
Texas for Parse of l,0O0, With
Side Beta on Each Match.
Dallas, Ter., March i Recently St. Louia
challenged Dallas to a dos fight. Dallas
replied that It ls against the law to fight
dogs ln Texas, but asked: "What Is tho
matter with making it a chicken fight T'
St. Louis responded that 'Its chicken light
ers had not yet recovered from the drub-"
blng they and their chickens received In
Dallas In 18SS. That was the historic occa
sion when the late George Grassmuck of
St. Louis, aeeinsr a Dallas chicken wounded
unto aeatn. anu in its last agonies, while
Its St. Louis antagonist was unscathed, of
fered to bet "J500 to a nickel on the St.
Louis bird!" And the late Kd Hennessey
of Dallas, tossing a nickel to Grassmuck,
announced: "I take the bet!"
Grassmuck put the stakes ln his pocket
just as the Dallas chicken, with a heroic
death flutter, sent bis steel gaff through
the brain of the St. Louis warrior, killing
him Instantly. The Dallas chicken died ln
a few seconds after it sensational victory,
and the referee announced, "The Dallas
Grassmuck counted Into the palm, of Hen
nessey. J300.05. remarking as he did so: "Ed.
It's the longest odds ever laid ln the history
of the world 10.Co to 1!"
But to the current controversy: v
A further communication, however, now
comes from St. Louis to tho effect that,
with young Mr. Lemp to back the Missouri
roosters. St. Louis ls ready to try another
cocking main against Dallas for H.00O a
side on the main and J100 a aide on each
Mill. A wrttUa T ranr.nT to care or money rettindod. wltit irix boiM.
vigor and poUbct
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ft core " aSSr I
cnom raui, .wiei
box : tx for O JO tl
w opiS.?.1? J I
I uircniftn tt.
BASOI - UC M tOL,
Mm m. imis, mv
I want every afflicted men to honest
fnvestlgate my Special Treatment. M
counsel is ires vo p
Uents. and to ph.
consult me on sta
born casen. Then
absolutely no case
or Specific Bio
Poison ln any sta!
that I cannot cm
rarely, quickly at
permanently. I il
cure to stay cart
men who cave Sana
slons. urains. S:
or Weak Orzans. :
raatureness. t. a :
Back. Inflammation t
Bladder or Kidney
-vousneas. Loss of Al
bltlon or itmlll
W.A. COOK, M.D.
symptoms of physical, mental and xm
weaxness. 11 you tuiuju v... -... ,.
troubles fully and I will give ycu an hoi
est and scientific opinion of your cass fret
W. A. COOK, M. DJ
COOK MEDICAL CO-
610 Olive St., St. Louis. i1o. !
Slrietm ffitstit Isifi r Bni.
C4stsr!.sEl4rt m lerrrtj Sitxra.
IsmttMstiiuuai spirants aa it vein
I want everr
eicted wltb ur
rjecullar to th mala am
to call en mi pregnant,
u writs to mesnd I wfl
explain to htm my nets. I
od of curing into diets
es. I lnvlt ln parttculai ,
all men who havs bacons ,
tlssatlsfled with .treat
ment elsewhere- I wUU
demonstrate to your saj
tire satlsfactvn why 13
can curs yuu psrasS
Bl.HJe. Striae St.
A CEBTAISTr of A CTKK ta 5
wsnt. 1 have so much a(1i,5aJ?J J!gS
ment thst I am wlilUig to ajjroara-a
WITHOUT ONE DOLLAR E ADV-sACfc J3I
1 nut. sltt mas iurutM r ncrtss. lettsu wsiaq
Uf 1, idler. sluKltruarrMtitie TnttlMasUsjiMj
xloms 'ATtvuasini trjizipica ' Tr, i
Hrm.: I a. m. to i o. uu bud., &. - a
MVIVfis. E. Cor. tb snd Pins (opp. GloesV!
. RIRaomorrst Bids.). St. Lculs. Ma. s
816 Chestnut St., St. Louis, Met ;
The 11EUAMLB SfteciaJist.
Cui2s private snd chronic dls
eases. Lest yannood. Nervous De
bility. Lost Vigor, Seminal Weak
ness, Night Cesses. Debilitating
Dreams, Early Decay. Varicocele,
results of errors or excesses, Url
pary Diseases. Olist, Stricture.
Unnatural Discharges and sit dis
eases ot Kidneys sad Bladder,
and Blood Poison, all stages.
rolilvely cured. Out-of-town pa
tients treated hy mall. Ttoek fr
$1.00 PER. WEEK for Treatne:
sou eouio, our no Miter ror JM a wash, -i
Consultation free. Call or writs. Boon: sv. 1
to 1 p. ra. SnrjdsysL K s. m. to 1 a m. J
Caf ill Chroale DImmm. Dr. B-t "Vtmteble Ctntfft&
MlttTf It cotm crroiu DeMlirj, 9emlnaT Wks. Lm
i Or AST trllm rvatlltiBr from vnaOtfal ... .3
icwtolratotpfctawMl. In am ud cowtutH IwlA .nik And
dTcrtiawd in tha 8L LooU ps
ra tat anr tort - -i 1 j'aTsts' uta
o btti luirti in csnsg irte
JDertrwiieain carmg tne worst Cases. Iapartsrsns 1
ttt&ZZ&&F&fflS Local serariiies
lUrtt trial iwckan. Oe DoIIsvr .nirrtt-isrsvi tn. sk.. .CI .A I
FVs'XlJmV Dealer, in Gov!
taiioaayaaaress,tcarUTtud. rrrrauClnrnlarJsCr . .. . .
PIANOS FOR RENT.
largest stock In the dty. All cases anfl
11SO A 1128 DUTG ST.
(Leave car srt lata at.)
fight: a forfeit of J300 by each slda to r
posted by Monday, March 9; the main to r
fought is Dallas during; the last week o
The Dallas chicken fighters have conclud'
ed that, these terms are eminently agree
able, and that the usual hospitality of the -city
to persons seeking Investments or"
recreation ls extended to the St. Louis'
chlcken-faacylntr fraternity. i
"Come dawn again, bring your money?
with you. untie the bag. throw the string's
away and we'll bet you to a standstill.
sieems to be the conceited attitude of th
SAYS HUSBAND STOLE CHILD.J
ifrs. Beckwith Piles Reply to Hus-f
band's Divorce Bill.
Chicago, III.. March 8. Mrs. Jes3ie S-
Becicwlth of St. Louis declares in answer
to her husbands bill for divorce tiled In j
ItM-Sf"11 S?? yesterday that ho has"
stolen her child from her on two different
?J2- EeckwUh asserts that about two
ESSLJk51" their marriage, her husband
induced her to take nr hn rcM..,.. 1.
St. Lonis. He has since failed to provide
for her support, it Is alleged, although he
has received a large salary from a whole
sale rjiano hnnv n a iL-. " """- 1
Shortly she went to St. Louis, Mrs. Beck- PEIlsOtAL i-sxerv
with sa-s. her husband stole, r,.V hnS, 'Ai" lSTfcR
her and a year later azaln rvrH th. sn
away. v- .
Princeton. El ir-r-., t,- ..w ty-thr S!. esrli for Ji
tSS,iSSS sf J. aSSrl.S ScKr .0r,rSd?.aU,
.& "-.""" ""- iuo ot liunois will be -.uirardeau. insrourl. su
delegates wlU be present. revlcu
iteia t.rnnrrn--c. Tt w.
sifted, then .rubbed on ritl. dam?
otPoUshed with dry cloth or
"u."3 jet-DiacK instre that
Irftft Ti-iTV Ttr!
--aa uc. nq IUC.
Always clean and sooS. Turfcn
orllquiclwj.ndryoutrrSS? I I
.wore polish for
-rTOCK in the
than 10 Cents Per
to-day. "We arc M
it and can Show In
of the Thunder Mq
Deposits of Gold I
Three mouths frcl
Present Price. l
soon. Delays are
of dollars to you nl
Office Open Till ll
Insvre yoixr Intere
reason of Its cal
event of Are. Fori
W. H. MARK!
.! "Tjeneral losarsj
XlBtb Floor, Cej
410 Ui 412
Buy and sell i
pal, tvaiiroad, uo
a.nd other inveslr
The National Ban
IX ST. 1
ACCOUXTS OF 11
X.ICITED UPO. FAl
Notice Is hereby
that sa TMirs from tald dat
45) Der rent. naabI-
bonds have been ca1le. I
trOctnl. and will be re-Jfl
B the Third Natloral Hani
April I j. 1S03. anu that I
ana lermir.Aie on saia
Board of Education
1 OEO K Cl
vape uiraraeau. no..
WHEAT RULES 1
jt CORN VALVES
! t fiallinfr liv Tinmtl
Iw-l-"""H "J ' I
I.F f Itnllmli Onpri
.,, . -r---
T.iniildatlon by longs I
:; decline in me price s
the opetung 11 sc 1
was better, but the si
lonr enougn lor in"
??rin on the market. Lil
' writer, anu iud? v.
' liinged heavy receipt I
I. li..Tnt- Interest. Crot 1
Keatisn ano ien no""i
I tnes over """ a
"eiped tha downwarii
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