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THE KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL. SUNDAY. APRIL 21, 1895.
WESTERN LEAGUE ROSTER.
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The Journal presents lo-dny immclhim:
which nlll lie read with Intcnst bs all
lver of baseball It U the llrst correct
list rlvln the irsonnel of all the Vtil
ftn league tennis as they will tnk J"
tlrl.l for the openlns of the champlon-hlp
cngon one weclt from next Wedhesda)
The list shown that evcrs team In the
league la stronger than last senr nnn
makes It plain that the "fiht ,or lie J1""
until 1 wlnif to be a. redhoi one from tun
rtait ami that pi. king the winner Is going
to be no easy taah
Here Is the complete list n the tennis
nre made up to-dav, though I here may be
a few changes et before the a won otn
Detroit-Pitchers, (i.i)le 1'iars. Mhllc
Mil. lleani, Johnson anil ttoit.li, calibers.
Ivohbeck: first base, tftroilthcri stiond
baMlVn third bise. am..ml sho l
flop. Hcholbeck, field-rs 1 rceman V
man, tiungan nttd Campnu, substitutes,
Trlend iiml Haston , ..., i,-
(Irattd lliipi.is-ruci re, . ..'.'"
Carnes. second base 1 1 irtmai, shortstop.
Miami, left lltll, rVlk,'..rV.:1,."' it?!ll'
Tad TO Wood liavvlcs. hnsder, ltussoll,
Cnvell aim rtotiu
5hXuii?.,iield"ll.rnVn center Held
Nl hoi, right Hell. Hupert , ,.
Mlnneapolls-l'lt.her Heal). 1;;
ser Tanning. Pnrvln, an lure. Wilson and.
(I i tor. tlrxl base, Urrdin, second bise,
Merrick thlnl Vise, KM. line, shortstop,
Iliilin. lift llell. Hills T.arle. center Held,
Lulls, right Hi hi Strauss , ....
St Kul- Pitchers Miill.mii lohn-on.K I-
I. on. Pepper iiml Jones, catchers. Kr-iu'.
Hcraer anil Hovle, I rst tnsc, CpmleKo) ,
cond base. IM, kett third bi-c O'Hourke;
sliortsto ' r.,,,,, u ft llel.1 o lie Sml h. cen
ter Held Van Hi Ut- right I eld, M irr
XlllwauUee-l'ltclu-rs Halicr, htens,
ltettecr UttlnBi r an 1 Armstrong. eitcher,
Sin nnJ "Jlmin.r,. Ilt b ise. Mc Anle .
eiioml ban. 'lajlor Ihlrd Iwie, I,eltett,
short'top. hinipt left "'I '; ccnl,r
II, Id Twit, lull .right Held "0;VU ,..,,,.
InJlanupolls-l'ltchtr. '""" r' 'Slfl-
Mlthrock holier, catLhrs, cr.irl-jiiu,
Wood I llrst hue. Mo, s-i-jna b.ise. con
naniV third bast c.nv -borfton, :'ewell,
lift held, McCirthy, ci-nunlil I, Htnr ,
r ThereCH,no1'nullon In the minds of all
admlrVra of the home team tint tho nines
are mu"h alrotiBer thin he were : n .tho
ppenln.K of list season In t o I itchet a
Jkninnlt procil lo ue oi no muuiiiii ,";
tenr IJanleU H as kooiI as ever and both
JArb " and 1 astlnKi hae shown up In
Brand Khnpe, and besides thee three sea
sonul men ManiiliiK has btult who Is
look. 1 upon is a crjproml8lnB jounBster.
Ilehlnd the tut the Mines !me lojt tiotl
Inu bj the drnftlns of nonahiio bl Chl
caKO In Martin Itersen .Mannltm- his be
cured a man who has nlreiily ilcmon
Mrated that he cm bold his own In any
companj lie Is an cis . cr iccfu! calclier.
an accurate and strom: thrower to tnes
and a sood b itter llerBen will do the bulk
of the citehlns. but should he need any
help Hupert can five It to the sulsfactlpn
or all. ami In a plmh Connaunhton, who
Is a citchcr of the llrst j libs, could be
oiled on to there Is not llkels to be an
trouble In the catchinB department
On flr.st bisc, old rtll ibl. Illll Klusmnn
will continue to Ili the bise as well as
an mm In th. bu-lness enn pla. and at
the bit his wnKon ton,-ue will be a terror
to pitchers At second iim. Jimmy Min
nlns Is in -pkndld condition, and he will
plij the bK to perfection llmmj has h s
Lattlrts eie with him this jenr, ind ho Is
BOinB to be away up among the leider. of
the leacue In bittinB At third bise tho
club has an txperlment In ounR Nattress,
but so far he has show n up In a most en-
ouraslnB manner, and the Beneral er
di t Is that he will do, both In the Held and
' At short the team Is wondcrfullv strength
ened ConnuiiBhton Is not onl a. far Ut
ter fielder an 1 b terminer than Ollle
Dcard. but he Is not one whit behind him
In bittinB It he keeps up his work the
wa he has started out, the. man who leads
him will leid the league
In the outliUd there is but one chance
from list ieir Tom Hernon tn left Held
and Sam N'l hoi in center Held lne no
, ... .1... H'n. ,npr t.r.fl,n TI.il t.rt
need no praises for the peonle know w h it
they arc tipable i,f In richt lit 1 1 Man
nlnB has station, d Huprrt for the prestnt,
for his. hittlncr lowers, and If lit keeps up
his bittln- ho ma bo kept there per
manently. As ,i whole, the ttam Is a
stronser anl bitter balanced one than that
put in the Hell last ear ard will make a
I ard flsht for championship honors
KeM In platlnB strength se. m lo be In
dianapolis atkln-. who m i iai- 1 the
Siou City champion, his tin r. n In
llrushtonn this jear and he has, t,reitl
strensthent 1 the team bj tht ililtim of
plajers from Clnelnmtl In the bos he will
hate Cross Tlsher Mlttro.k and '-inier
Cross was the teams moat etiectite pitcher
list sear, aside from Phillips Pisher and
M ittrock are both mm who hate demon
strated their ability and honler wis the
crack blither of the Wsttrn Association
lait sear. Tor catchers the team will hae
51 rarland, last ear with Toledo, and a
i rack-a-Jick, who will be assisted by
Moods, who was with the I'lndlaj O,
tam list sear and maln a ereit reputa
1 n The ll5oicr lnfi, Id will be sreall
"h insed, Motz, at Hrat hue, btlns the only
man retained Pinatan a stronB all
t und plaier. will take are of second base,
ilrij who ulajcl thlnl a portion of list
teasan, will play It regular! this ear and
N.well, who was with the .Moux nt
champions list j ear, will be at short 'the
outfield 1b a vers Btronu' one, with .Mc
( ,rths and Henrs. of list season's, teim,
tn left and enter, and N'iool, the pitcher,
who wtlll plis the outueld re-ularl In
r ght Held. The lloosiers will bear walch
tni: l'ublle opinion Is Ir.cllncl to rank the St
Paul team under Comlskes s m.tnaKC
ment, as one of the stronKest In the
leacue ComNkey hab pirt of lat sea
Fon's champions and in addition has some
new men who will strengthen his team
I'or pitchers he his Mull me who sass
his arm Is all right nnd who will be a
wonder tn this league, it It Is, Peppers,
with Indianapolis last sear Johnson who
In the Hiring gams has been knowing up
as a phenom. Klllecn and Jones Ilehlnd,
the bat his team l strong, with Kuius,
Ilerger and Bosle The InfleU will br mndu
tip of Pomlskos first base. Iiok PlLkett
fecond basej O'ltourke, third buna and for
the prejent. Camp at short In the out
Held Ollle Smith Van lske and Marr,
complete i strong- bitting nggngitlon
which Is llkdls to prote tars' troublesome
to other aspirants for championship hon
ors The Minneapolis team, -which was nl
wnss prominent In the ra.e last teii-on,
bids fair to make a gool showing this
jear. The plf nine dtp iiiirnt has be. n
strengthened bs the addition of lohn
Iltals and Martin Puke, who llrst kilned
fame In tho Hour Cits. As lat.htrs the
team will hate M'IIsqii and CI is tor the
former of whom win do tr bulk of the
work. Perry M'trden at Hrst, Joe Werrhk
at second Hilly Kueltne nt third and
Ilulcn nt ihort. make up a good lnlitld and
the outlleld with Hilly llarle the tlobe
trotter l.ally, who was onto seen hire
with Columbus, and old toe Strauss who
his plased hero with half a doen teams,
ought to be able to hold up its end
Penny Iintf and his Tobdo rmamp n
eels, of course, expe't to be ers muih In
the race this sear, and In fact l)enn is
BUIng a "inlet tip to his friends thit the
race Is all oer now and that Toll do u
tho winner In n walk 'loledn lost more
good pliseri, to the National League than
any other Western League learn suffering
pirlleularly In battery men Hsldm Jim.
my Hughes', who was one of the stars last
Sear, Petty has been signed, nnd he ought
to be a strong mm for the team Then
there Is Will Hilfches'. a cousin of ljm's.
who is said to bo a world heater and sev
i ral other unknown nil unities l'or r it. It
ers Toledo h is two new men to the Itaetm
In Hoach uud Oalaghir but Hits aru well
spoken of 1h Infield with ('antes at
llrst, Connors at second, and .M!iid, nt
short, will huse but one new man In the
person of Hartman. who succeeds Hat.
Held at third base The outllel U not
decided on set hut Bob nilks will pla In
center and the other positions will be
filled by two of the Use outfielders who
are being tried.
I.il ry Twltchell who has full swing at
Milwaukee this sear, sass the Fliewers
are not going to be dragging along in the
rear this time as they did last season He
has been quietly getting togtther u team
which looks strong on paper, and may be
classed as a dark horse In the- race Ills
pitchers will be Ilaker btetens Itettgir.
llttlnger and Armstrong and Polan ami
Summers will itund th cat ti pc u
first base Mi Ante) wl'l take C ir li r,
uid at Dvcoud, Lasc Taslor, who flayed suvli
hue, Jones, rumcr. amuum ""',' ' v,"'
., it, hers, Tear ami '.","1 "V',1'Tt,,'np,r u
slls. second., bane, Trub).. third iif "
l.py sliorise"o;. Wli.elo V left llel.l neorsci
tenter Hel.1, v right, rlphl He .1, ( irroll
Toledo-Pitchers, Petty itnops. Dim
moil, Cole, William nn) James Hughe '
Kansas I -its J 'if ncrs, inisciiihs. -".
arh), htultr. eatchers.llcrgeu "nil Uupert,
firs I base, Klusmin. seoontl bac, .Man-
. ..- ...i-.t tv..- uMlrnBs M.lwtrlRtnt1. 1 Oil"
good bnll for the team nt lite close of last
srnon will be seen again. Our own Peck
Shntpe will b nt short, and Oliver Ix)
Jlrtt who Is ery highly spoken of, w I
lo k Rfiel the tlilrd bag Tho outfield 1 will
bo made tin of Long, Twltchell and IttiCK
M-iuer who will also catth If needed,
li. ttolt has a new laptaln In the pcrppn
of toll Stroitthcrs, of Knnrna City, who
has promised that lie will make them nil
hustle He seems to hate pathcred a good
team, which will mike a creditable show
imr The jiltchet are I'rnttk Pcnrs, Hnyle,
WhltchUt lleam, Johnson nnd Hoach, out
of which lot he ought to set foiir good
ones, the only catcher jet signed Is Joe
Irfihberk, but another will be secured, nnd
the inllell Is made up of Htrouthors, llrst
bie, tllllen, sirond lit"c: Itnsmoni, third
base, and Shelbeck, shortstop 1 or the
outll.ld Mtrouthcrs Ins, a quartette of
heaty hllters to chooc from In Lampiii,
Nentnati, Dungm nnd Prcennn, and his
tram wilt be ery strong In this depart-
"'nencnii Hills' Orntnl Itnplda teim torn
pletcs the lipt, but the demon snss It Is
not going to be nt tho bottom by any
means llr Inn lost Pitcher Unities this
St.ir. but he lux lle or six twlrlcrs signed
and hopes to come out nil right with KII
rnv, Doliohile, Jones, Stafford and Union.
Kill Pear, who was with omnhn Ht )eir.
Is the only citchcr Blgned, and l.llla sats
he will do all the work nnd do It well.
New men will bo nt llrst and serpnd In
Cnsldy and Titibs', and M'heclock nnd
fallops will mike up the Infield. '1 he out
Hell will be undo up of the sime trio
of sluggers as last star, George, M right
Jf uny tmn can pick, the winner among
thts'j teams ho is n good gucsscr.
BLUES ARE STILL WINNING,
Mlth ninlels In the llnr 'Ihry look the
Omaliis Into Lump for Another
(lame 1 rsteriluj'.
Omaha, N'eb . April :0 -(Special) The
Kansis Cltfl again walloped Omaha to
das "ltd walloped them In tho most artist
ic and finished stslc, making but a Initio
blunder 111 the whole itftemoon'a work and
that an excusable tumble on the part or
that e-imest player, Connniighton
,1'l.n ni.li. ...-.ntfml nt Ihn In I in H. lle-
elded was-, notwithstanding tho star of last
season's Mi stern League pitching corivs
was on the slib for tho doughty Hltics. In
ttstlce to grinning Peter, however. It must
he nclitiowItUBCU that at no pi ibo m ute
came did he seem to exert himself and
during several Innings lobbed them over In
si perfunctory sort of a was. Indeed, it
looked on If Colonel Dinlels wero courting
defeit, but his blindlshments wire un
availing. AJI that was necessary waa for
one of the 111ms to get on a bae and
the OmnhnB would see that lu got around
to tho plate. They stepped upon and
trampled eich other mercilessly in their
frnullo effortH to m iku the wildly excited
fins belles e they were playing bill, and
when mice it looked as If thes would burcls
win, they defined themselves like a lot
of children phslng blind nun's buff. ,
M inning has got some excellent timber
In his outfit, notnbls the soungityr, N.it
trcss, and Conmughton, Hlg Hill Kltts
nnn, of course, is a good thing, and Mchol
and Hernon play bill all the time. Mho
score: R i;
Kansi-3 City .10O22001 j-U K 1
Omalii . . .1 0 J 1 0 1 1 1 o- 8 1 p 9
Hittorles Omiln I!oiz and Lohnnn,
Kansas Cits', Umlelg mil Itupert,
GARDNER AND DIXON MATCHED
Tho Make Mime Is Up mill they Will
.Meet 111 the U.lnlt ill Itillisas
LIIt mi Ma -''
The negotiations for a fight between Os
cai llatilnei, of Kansis t'Us. and 'lontms
Dixon ot St Paul hive at last been
brought to a sucussfiil conclusion, and
that interesting cvitit will he btotight off
somewhere In convenient distance of Kan
sas Cits on ;Mns -S ,, , .
Tho linckers ot the respective pugilists
met sesteiday nnd sighed tho artlchs of
agrciment which e ill for a twents'-llve
round contest fur a st ike of m a sldo and
a puise of ii) Hso tloodwln. the well
known m linger of uthcltlc events made a
bid for the fight, and he will have the
linnigemtnt uf It giianiiicelng the purse
The men according to the article's, are to
weigh In four hours before tho light at 12n
pounds and will battb under Marquis of
Quei nsbcrrs rules, with the visual legula
tlons as to gloves nnd the minor details.
No referee haH set been agreed upon
I It llcimm tho backer of niton,
slattd that Dixon would eomn to SI Jo
seph at once and do his prellmlnars wptk
there Oarditer will linln in Kansas City
Herman Is vers confident th it his mm
will win and Is willing to bet his mones
that was On the other hand, mrdner
has a world of admit ers and lmikers In
Kansas Cltv who will be er$ apt to cover
all the Dlvon monev which Is offered
Dixon whipped fiardn. r ono In thirteen
rounds, but thit was when the "Kid" was
a new hind at the business, and he his
greatlv Improted since that time Unless
Dixon has also wondei fulls Improted pird
ner will bet him and do It eallv At all
etents tho tlKht should be a good one ind
It will be sure to attract a great dell of In
terest ana uriw a nig . iimu
SIMMONS WON THE BIG MATCH.
Dr. Hire Id to the stretrll but the Cist-
OS 1 lnUhc.I sirniig and lliat lllm
Tair Orounls .St I.ouis Mo. April 21
!, twetn S ) md 'Id") p oplo uttetirt.d the
nrs at the 1 ilr lirounds Association
track to-dis atlruted hither b a splen
ili 1 card, the chief cvint ot which wis i
match rac between the famous MrooMsn
handicap wtnntr. l't Hicc nnd the less
Inown but equally promising horse Simmon-,
owned bs Charles Celli. The dps
was beautiful, the trick fast and the
crowd arriS'd in holhliis nttlie l)r Itlte
inn ridden bs IlUkh I'cnns whose colors
were blick Jacket, with red sltevts and an
oil gold and ptitple cap 1'r Illce cirried
11(1 tiounds Cash Sloin iode blmmons his
(olurs being a gretn Jacket with white
strlpis and a cieen cip hlmtnons car
rltd IM pounds I)r Hlce drew the rail In
Tim rue was six furlongs 'lite books
opened with fir Hi. t favorite at 1 to J
an 1 sunn dnippi d lo 1 to .1 some bonks
laslng J to U sjlinm ins was nuote 1 at J
to 1 Iloth horses nut plavcd heavily, the
talent on th. favorite and the (-en.nl pub
ll.i on Simmons, on in count of the pike
'I he closing figures vvctc the same hlm
ittons was rlddin bs tne grind stand In a
lively cintrr followed bv Dr. Illce the lit
t.r ell Iting In arts cheers Snapper Har
rison was vel ted as starter, hiving come
from New York for the purpose.
The bors.s tot aw is at the first start
llfce took the leid and at tho quarter wns
h ilf n Lngih alien! under a Btrong pull
At the b ilf bo was two lengths ahenl and
at the stretch ono and a lnlf lengths ahead
The finish w is an ocltlna one, but .Sim
mons moved alteid nnd finished wlnntr
bs two letigihs lime, J:H)i. The track
record is 1 It's
PARK FOR Y. VLC, A. ATHLETES,
(luirttr MUn ltii)ilu lr.uk Js 1 IuIbIki! and
Is Priiuiiiiiiti d t 1 liio One by l.s-
Phssleal Director Prank L. Itlley, of the
Y M C A , who Ins charge of putting
Hales pirk in slnpo fir the out door sports
and tttrcis.s, Is rapills pushing tho work
to completion 1 hi quaiter mile bicycle
track is finished, but needs a little more
wuik b.forc It will be In i aetls llrst-cluss
shape tor speeding S-ovcrnl of the boss
wen out using tho tr.uk sesterduy after
noon anil th.v protmuni cd tho irttk a
first-c! iss ope, the b inking, which was doiio
lucordiiiB t" the Idtas ut l'lofessor lilies,
being ixatily tltlil 'I his title track so
convenient lo the cltv is going to prove a
great utli.ictiun to the wheelmen, and
will be the magnet which will cauo many
of them to Join the athletic department of
Inside th blis'lo tratk a baseball dli
mand Ins ben Itld out and a bisebill leim
In lepresetit the ussoelitlou will bo 01
(.aiilzid at once 1'iof. n-oi mhy had u
nuinb.r or iilusers out at priictl e sestei
d.ij, sizing fliem up, and he will soon Iw In
shape o make up a sliong te un M'cst of
the track and dlnnond will be found lh
dressing looms ami lub house, with It will
be equipped with huh rouni, link is ami
iveisthlng ieifvil for the use of the ath
btis This Is kolttg to be liio most at.
tractive pliuo foi outdoor spoils tint Kan
sas City cvtr had, ami from time to time
it Is the Intention to Improve It until it
ranks with the lliusl In the country.
httlir Mini lliu Irp.piuU,
Nashville, Teim . April Ml 'tho neither
was delightful o-day, the tiaclt fairly
fast, and ouu of the lirgest ctowds of the
im cling attended the tans at Cuinbeilan.l
Paik Only two lavorlles won, but the
other winners were ut short odds, Hiigeue
Leigh's Imported, Woodlands.M'unda colt
lllaeler romped home In front lor the
Iroquois sl tkes. whldi was vvorth H.S").
I) Council made his first uppearan. e of the
season and he made u fulrls gool field
look like dras hufses biiinmutl. s.
I'lrst ruee Six furlongs. Ol'onnell. Ul
(Ltlh). 3 lo 1. won, Hay S. L'l Clhoipe),
even, second: -Matk i , 107 (Mci'ue), o tu 1,
third 'Jiine, l.V, Ilessle Mthqls. Jewel,
Millard, Uva J., and liovetnoi Illll also
betond race Four and a hilf furlongs.
Merry Nell 108 (Thorpe), 0 to 5, won, Kate
Lcliramle 10s (Oraham). S lo I, second;
Helena iiclle, 103 (Perkins), c to I third.
Time. DMtv Hie Hove Htlen, Keller and
.Maltln ul o ran 1'uifne'h was left at
th I" t
Third iavv,TTb.v Iroejuols sUU.es, for 2-
srar oil colls, $1 tv. four furlongs. Olacler,
IH (Htllard), 1 to :, won; Dr. llolmcs, 11
(Thorpe), D to 1 second! Judge linker, 115
(Urnhatn), 8 lo I, third. Time, 0 I9',4. !
Salle otheo and Airtight also ran,
l'ottrth race Seven furlongr. Itasper, Iff,
(Petklns), 3 to 1, won: I.lzjcttn, 112 (Mc
Donald), ! to B, Mcnml Neeedah. M ('n
sin), 6 to 1, third Time, l-pi Jletropole,
Curator, Cenll nnd Hob M'ngner also ran
liflh race Mile nnd onc-elghth Hrcn
iloo, ICO (Casln), 4 to I, won: Shining Hcllc.
i.1 (A, Ilnrntt) 12 to I, second: Tom HI
more, los (Perkins), 1 to G, third. Time.
U.1 Imp. Uolses, Pcytonln, llclle Star
and Lonsdale also ran.
IIIIIMMI t'ltlll MATINI'.R.
Lrockrtti 1'on llnnnr nnd Hilly Mellj Were
the M tuners etrrilrti.
The tlenticmcn's Driving Club gave an
other Nery successful mntlneo nt Imposi
tion Driving nark sestorday afternoon.
There was a liberal ntttcndince and much
Interest mmlfestel In tho three well con
tcsttd rtents which made tip the dns'n
proRramme. Crockett enptured the 3 to
class in straight heats with little effort.
Hilly, M ells, as usual, curried olt the free-for-ill
iHs nfler dropping tho llrst heat
tn Hands M I and Hon Honor won the 2 25
class after Nellie If, had taken the nrst
heat Last hlght there wns a business
meeting of the club, at which the pro
gramme for the three diss' meeting which
tliu club will give the last of next month
was dlilssed at length and the executive
committed was given power to go ahead
with the arnngements for the meeting.
I'lrst race 2.50 class.
Crockett t 1 1
OpllltlO 3 2 2
Pick 4 .1 3
Mnrtena .. , ..,. dr.
Time 1 2I'4, 1 21U, 1'17'4
Second race 1'rec-for-all class.
Hilly Wells 1 111
Mint Julep , 2 2 2 2
Dandy M ,.,.1 3 3 3
. lime Itl9, 1 16 1:11, l.H
Third race 2 :J clis.
Pon Honor , 3 1 1
Nellie II I 3 3
Maud ,,,.,2 2 3
lime I. IS, 1 17'i, l.W.
Mans burprlftes at Memphtn.
Memphis. Tcnn., April 20 The talent fell
to-dis, onls one favorite winning against
six losers Yo Tamblon's drop to "Iho also
rans ' caused great sutprle Liurcite, tho
Arkansis derby winner, at 1 to 9, wna
easily beaten by u 10 lo 1 hot. M'either
cleir and warm; attendance 4,000.
llrst race Declared off
Second race Pure. four furlongs; sell
ing. Zanone, 101 (Chora), 5 to 1, won;
lAda Dell, 1ft', (C. Gi-ihntn), S to 5, second;
Tcnnsson, 113 (A. Claston), 5 to 2, third.
Time, 0 sou jnii0 nlo ran.
Third rice 1 he Luchrman hotel stakes;
worth J1.ij.j0, one mile. Maurice. 117
(Wake), lo to i, won, Laureitc, 121 (A.
Clavion), 1 to 9, second, HI Canltan, 113
(C. M eber), 10 to 1, third. Time, 1.1115 No
.A.V'JJiC1" race-Purse: six furlongs Artist.
JOu (Chorn). 5 to 2 won; Ashlind, P", (Twoi
bits), 13 to 1, second, Jlodcroclo, 90 (H. Coch
ran), 4 to 1. third Time, 1-lb. Yo Tam
blen nnd Long Ago also rm.
I "If Hi race hhort course stecpleclnse;
handlcip M'sandottc. 15S (Hoffman) r. to
1, won, Tenmlemore 14", (M Ithers), 3 to 1,
econd, My Luck, llj (McCullough) 1 to r.,
thirl Time 2 5T lloeder and Hldorado
also ran Hldorado shook his Jocke.v at the
third Jump '
Sixth race rue furlongs, selling
Twinkle, 107 (freeman), I to 1 won: lennle
M" 107 (Chorn) 2 lo 1 second, fall a, 91
(.S.orr) 5 to 1 third Time. 1 03't wight
man Urovvn Dick, Wcoln. Hirney Aaron,
Heitlflce I'ollowdit Chimes, and Mrs,
Morgan also ran Chess Iiogan left at the
Seventh nee rive furlongs Itouble 103
(Chorn), 3 to f., w on C! H Cox IM (H Tas -lor),
S to 1 second, Mote, W.1 (A Clit Ion),
I. to 1 third Time 1 01'4 Chlqulla shield
bearer, Prank Gaslc and Readlna also ran.
Itoslmi 1'; Mitshlntnn t.
M'ashlngton, April 20 About 9 COO people
saw the first game of the season In the
Capital fits to-das Thes were disap
pointed nt th was the Washington team
was outclassed bs' Hoston ltiggcd fielding
and absence nf team work account for
the difTeienco between the base hit nnd tho
inn i oluinns At limes thetc wis s lppy
and even plislng bs the M ashlnston team,
and the he.it hitting was all done bs the
home team, but none nf the long hits was
made with men on bises The crowds
hemmed In the left field ind a brllllnnt
loul Hs catch bv holbich behind the lino
of people was allowed as a bise hit bc
( iusi it was not seen b the umpire The
f. itures of the game were the hcivs' hit
ting of pelbich iiml MefSuIre and the good
bitting of McCarths Selbach and Collins
also mndo some sensational catches after
lnnl runs Secrctats Grcsham was an in
teicsted spect itor fai ore.
M'ashlnRton n II I) 0 0 II 1 ! 0-111 E
Hoston . 2 0 0 2 I 1 0 S 12 4 C
II itterics Hoston Nichols and Gmzel,
M'ashlngton, Mercer and McGulrc.
llilllmore tin; l'hlliidclphlit 4.
Hiltimoie, April 20 Minngcr Irwin
thought McGill would eaells fool Halti
mnn 's lert-hind bitsmen but light runs
in tlueo Innings convinced him of his error
Cat sty succeeded McGill, and vtas hit even
hirder nine runs being scored before a
man had been retired In tho fourth (Car
set's first) inning
'lite field work of the Phillies was not up
to their usu tl standard, and especiills that
of H.iv le Gle ison pit. bed a superb gime
md h d his club at the bat miking four
hits two ttipliH nnd i double Haltl
moies Inllell nut up a veit fair gamo
making thine double pliss Hnllmm and
1 1 million did tho b. st hitting tor the visit
ots and SulUvuti excelled In fielding At
tendance 9,uo0 'lhe scot.)
Phllidflphla 00001 1000 I 11
H illlmor.' 24210 r. 00 23 20 4
llatteiles Philadelphia. Mcillil and Par
se, Clements nnd Gia.lv 11 iltlmore, Glea
son, ltoblnson and Clarke
( iniliiiiitl I I; ( lt,l iii.l
Cluclnnitl, O, April 20 Heats batting
In eteis inning sivo one in ido the gamo
an cuss nun for the Htils in tbe eighth
Inning Clivilind begnn to hummer Phil
lips six lilts scored live runs There wire
ivto men on basts when T, bean marked a
hit Into left It was silling over Hos's
h. ad when "lhe duinms' shot up Into the
air und c une clown with the ball, retiring
the slib M'enther clear and pleasant.
Altcndmco 6 300 Score
Cincinnati 4 3 112 0 2 1 J4 IS 8
Cleveland 000020IBO S12 6
Ilitterlis Clniliinatl Phillips and Spies,
Cleveland, M allacu and Zlminer.
I'lltslmrg, Ili l.oulnclllr, II,
Louisville, Ky , April 20 Iulsyllle's
pitching corps were decidedly off to-dns
anl Pittsburg won hands down McDer
mott rtilrcd ifur ihe llrst Inning nnd
M'adswoith, who wis substiuuct. wan
slauBhtered in the seventh, Kllng taking
his place after tho Pirates hid scored eight
runs Klllen was substituted for Colcul
ough after lhe fouith Inning Weather
fair Attend ince. J.Ooo hcore:
IxilllstlllO . 20(100011 us 3
l'lttsburg JO104O08 -16 17 9
Hatteriis liulstllle, McDermott, M'nds
worih, Kllng and Welch, Pittsburg, Klllen,
Colcolottgli und SiiBdin
Cllllllg.i 1 It s, mil, ff,
8t Louis, Mo, April :0 Anson's Colts
commciic. d to pound Hhiut from tho start,
melting live runs In the first Inning and
gilnlng a lend that the Hrowns failed to
nvcriome Jlhret was koclttd out of the
box In tho sixth, being sue ci i ded by Stules',
who kept the Chi agos down to one run
during the tent Under of the game The
fielding of thu homo team was almost per
feet, severul brllli ml tdiss bilng mule,
whllo that of the CIiIcibos was rather
ragged Attendance, 4,00,
St. Louis .. 102200000 s i'o
Chlcigo 10 11 10 0 1 -n u 7
Hatetrles Chicago, Hulehlson and Don-
ohue, bt. Louis, llliiet, htaley and l'tli,
t t oik III) llroulcljii ll.
New York, April .U Uhe Now Yorlcs took
the Hiooklsns Into camp at the l'olo
gruuiiilH m-.i.is In Ibo piesence of 15.0.J.J
people. Meekln iillchcd a musteily game,
wheitas Stein weakenid In the fifth inning;
uud let the Giants tuke the lead, which
they held to the close, Score; '
iirookisn , oiaaoooio-b'tia
New York . 0 0J u 5 3 0 0 '-10 11 3
Hitterles-Hrooklvn.fati n and Dally; New
York, Meeklu und larrell. '
hallimil 1 f ague htanillug,
Won. Lost. J O
Chicago ..,,. ...,, ,,...,.,,,..-' 0 ,M
Cincinnati .., ,..,....- 0 l.(n
Hoston ,.- 0 1 urn
I'ltlsburg, ,, .,.,..,.,,.- 1 ,W7
New iark ,,..,,.,.,,,,,,., ,,,,1 1 .COO
Hrooklsn i, ,,,..,,,,,,,.1 1 ,M0
Hiltliuora , . ,, ,,,.,,,..,,,.1 1 .too
l'hllidelnhla 1 1 ,600
Luulsvlllo , . ,, ,,,,,,,,,,.1 2 ,313
Clcvdand ,. .,,, ,,,,,,0 2 ,000
M'ashlngton .,, ,,,.0 j .Oiw
Ht, iouls ,.,. ,......, ,, 0 I ,000
Auuttur II uchall.
Thn Kchiiielzera will leaso this morning
for HI. Joseph, where, they will meet tho
bt. Joseph Me stern Association team. The
boys are In good form now, and expect lo
make u good showing ugutnst tho profea-
lunula The following Idas era will report
ut Ihu Union d. pot ut 7 o'clock. Woods,
Oliver, Colby, Hiirhatt, Oawuld, Wllker-
HONOR TO WHOM IT IS DUE.
Dr. Copoland's Place in tho History of Science-Tho Truth as to the
Discovery of the Thoory of Catarrhal Origin Truth That
Cannot Bo Challenged or DIsputod.
Truth, not alone In slitcments of result,
In conduct of consultation and In business
method, but Truth In theory has built top
structure of the Copelnnd success Helen
tlilo truth, If ton like the phrae, scientific
truth, scouted and ridiculed with n Igor
and venom that would hive dared and ills
hcirtened weaker minds, smaller Intel
lects or less determined spirits thin Dr.
(.opennd's scientific truth now accepted,
granted, ses. assumed, by nine-tenths of
tli profession, nnd might ns pathological
go'pcl in all the regulir colleges of med
icine. Nine j ears ago, whfn Dr. Copetan.l first
Advanced the theory that the extension of
the CaHrrhnt process was the contributing
ritito of all membraneous diseases, that
llronchlal. Pulmoniry and Gastric troubles
were sequelae of Catarrhal Ihtlammillon,
that Dsspepsla, Consumption, Asthma,
Hrlpht'n DUcne liy directly In the wnkc
ot Catarrh, that deafness, dimness of vis
ion. Neuralgia and nervous troubles enme
from Catarrh, thero went up a shout of
denial nnd ridicule,
"Do sou mean to say that Dsspepsli,
Hrlght's Dl'easp and Consumption arc nl
vtas cnuscd by Catarrh J" shouted Dr.
Copeland's earls professloml critics.
"No" was the replv. 'but In nine rises
out of ten Catnrrh Is lhe origin of the
trouble the chief tilbutary caue and In
every case with a cntnrrh.nl history sou
cinnot cure the dlseae without removing
the catarrhnt condition (hut prevails with
It. I'm thermore, in every cac that sou
will bring me that has hot pissed beson.l
the stage" ot decomposition of tlsuc, I
will cure the dl"cae by removing the ca
tarrhal conditions that sou deem unimpor
tant and incidental"
This was the truth. Dr. Copelind's won
derful record of cures showed tho public
tint It was the truth. Reluctantly, but
oventunlly, the profession accepted It m
the truth and to-diy the Copelnnd theory
of catarrhal origin l just as generally ac
cepted as ans undisputed principle of the
ory In practice In medical science.
STO-VIAUll AMI KtllNhV TltOllltl.l'.
Mr. J. D Perrlne, of Cassvllle, Mo. who
has tikeu a course of treatment for Kidney
and stomich. write" "1 hud suffered so
long that I wis unnble to work more thin
half the time. I had doclored with all the
best phsslclnns I knew or. and bad tried
all kinds of patent medicines that were
recommended for such trouble, but I .re
ceived no benefit. Tin illy I wis persuaded
lo trs I'rs. Copeland .t Hraniinnn, and
after two months' treatment with them I
feel better than I have felt for many a dis.
I hive received more benefit from the two
months' trntment with them thin 1 line
from five scars' doctoring with other phs
slcln.s ind patent medicines I wish to
thank them and hope through mt pub
lished statement to recommend them to
Mr C. C. Sholes, retired farmer, now re
siding at Olathe. Kis , having recently
taken A course with the Copelind special
ists for nervous debillts". snts, "I am
nulte willing that tou should Cite my case
as one of those indorsing the Copeland
methods and work, l'rom ms own e.per
lence and treatment. 1 can cordl illy
recommend the Copeland phsslclans. since
thes hive made an entlrels new man ot
me 1 am glad to speik fatoraldv- of them
as men and as specialist", ind to recom
mend thorn to my friends "
STOMAt II litouiii.rs
Successfully Treated bj l)r. topelinil and
Mr. D narnstttter, of Independence. Mo ,
well known and respected bs the commun
ity In which he lives as a man of charac
"A sood mans of ms friends are aware of
.on, McDlll, MoMlnaman, 11. Htcrhart nnd
H Oswald. On Sundas April 2 tho team
will tlslt I.eiionworth to meet the Kansas
League Club bunilnt Mas 5. this will
visit bed ilia, und on May li Webb Cits.
The Kansas City Hrowns nnd the s un
done Heds will Idas ut Vic Hot park to
das McMahon and Winegit will bo the
batters for the- IttdH Tim Hrowns will
Plis us follows: lngert i itchcr. Drum
ms, pitcher, Has burn llrst bise bcliu
mtstr. second bise WIngert. third biso,
Spears, shortstop, James, left Held, Tulton,
center Held, Donnells, right field
llnrtard's Mill m t iislly.
Philadelphia, April JO At the new ath-
...... .!.., t ,1.A tTiilitkll, nf Pi lltlue .
tania. the S ooo i eople present siw them
. . . ' 1. tn annn l.ss tltfs lliri ir,l
1CI1 il CrUilUJii Ll',i U 'V "- " ..
nun In the rela rJCt. Tie weather was
perfect, but the track nih boft Tho temns
i . .(. i. it,,., nni 'in mi ( irvi-
liter, Uremor uml Ulnpham rvnnsilwmla,
Mnccnt ami Warr n ytrtit'il tOMtlicr ami
ran neck nml ntck, for about IW jnids,
. i -i .. .. nnl tlm li .nl LnIrli t 11 e
steadily increased until the end hy ten
irus tune u jo uunuaiL' H..t .'". .'
tho running nnd widened the gap bs thirty
sards In 1 IS Orton, who ran against him,
pot being In bis usual form The net cou
ple up were Hremer and 1 reemati, but
still the distance grew, Hremer coming In
sctents sards ahead In 2 Ji Then Hams
li 11 went out agalpst lllngham bis only
hope now being to decrease tho big b id,
and to some extent he succeeded, Hlngham
leading him bs sixty sards Time, 3 W
San 1 rinrlirp IlitreH.
Pin Pranclsco, April 20 A big crow d
went out to the track to-das ind dropped
Its moms on every 1 lei' ex. ept lhe third
Gold Hug wound up the dis istrous das bs
winning at 21 to 1
First rare Om- mile J O C won;
Mount Diablo.second, Agitato, third Time,
betond rice Seven furlongs, selling
Ilrodhe.ul won. Del Norte, second. Miss
Huth third Time, 1 .'7
Third race Consol ulnn stakes, 2-s ear
olds, lite furlongs Don Carrlllo won.
Wllllnm Pinkerto'i, second. Coda, third.
Time 1 Ol1!
Fourth race One nnd one-half miles,
steeplechase Mestor won, Mcro, second.
Has market, third Time, 3 2."4
rifth race One and one-quarter miles,
handirap M. LU'ht won, Thornhlll, sec
ond, 'Illx third Time, I OV,
Sixth race Five and one-hilf furlongs.
Goldbug won Sea Spras, second, Joe Cot
ton, third Time, 1 0
Hi suit' lit It. ill)',
Hoby, Ind, April 20 -First race. Kive
furlongs Hrnest L won; Mede. second;
Kalamazoo, thlid Time, 1,03
Second race bix furlongs ucatan won;
Little Hills, second; Jolly Joe, third. Time,
Third race Five furlongs. Tit for Tat
won; H.ibo Murphy, eccond, Natlvlts'.thlrd,
Time, 1 (ft3.
IVmrth lace One and one-fourth miles
Tremor won: Our Maggie, second; Flor
ence P.. third Time. 2.11'i
Fifth race Seven furlongs Dago won;
Llstnore, second: Hannlgan. third. Tliife,
rim Agnow -Thompson 1'lght.
Great Interest la being manifested among
the lours of tho ptiglllstlo game In the
fight between Lou Agnew and Hob Thomp
son, tho colored lightweight, which Is billed
lo tnko place to-morrow evenlnB ut somo
plicii const nlont to Kansas City 'lliu
tickets ma selling rapidly and as the at
leiulanco will be llinltt.l to 10u. thosu who
di slto to see the contest should c.tt them
selves fixid 'Hie men uro In exactly the
same rlusa, and both am known to bo
clover, and game, so the light should be a
rnttllns good one.
I, untlK ul 1 not ht. I itnls.
St Louis, Mo , April 20, First race
rhreo fui longs Virgo wop; Peep o' Day,
ic.ond; feleepy Duke, thlnl. Time. 0 3S.
beCOItll reu PI. Uiiuii,d .tilicna uii,
lleieiilea second; Hussell Orey, third.
Time. 1 20.
Thlid iaceSls furlongs. Itoy won,
I.oltlo D, second; C'lulsflne 1), third.
T lino. 1 03k- r , , .
Fouith iace Seven furlongs Dave Pill
slfer won: llobeit 1 attn, second; JJIng
Crab, third. j ime, 1 fi.
Fifth race Ouo mile ami a half, South
erner won, lllghvvaman. second; Jphnulo
ebcr, thlid. Time, 2.IS?(.
Kuusas (Its t'stli.ts' Itiin,
The weekly run of (ho Kansas City Ts
cllsts to-day Will bo lo llickintp's mills,
eighteen miles southeast of Kansas Clv,
a he load to llickin.in s mills was macad
amized last fall and Is said, now in be one
of thu finest in the counts, The macadam
begins at Lliiwood and Indiana avenues,
'ihe start from the tul house will be
made ut 9 o'clock sharp, as ll is the Inten
tion to return to Kunsab City before din-
I l)u tsparllwr Jvntoi.
Oeorge Puppy will run for mayor of
IiOgausporl, ind, next em provided bo
pitches good ball;
Hilly bhludle Is plaslng third on lirook.
lyu'u regular nine, ami Mulvey, who Is
playing on the reserves, Is outplaslng him
2 to 1 both at the bat und In th-; Held.
V. H. Faslg will have quite a string In
training at the Cleveland track, Including
Ulolse, .,15, mile, i.UVii Keekee, i.Wa. and
tny having taktn a course ef treatment
wnn jjrs cupeiiwiu jiiiiii,ii,i,ii v .
tarrh of tho stomach, and I nm frequently
afKPii in regnru in uie result, t. ..r vum
pels me to say tint 1 found the Copelnnd
irrnilllt'ill iiiiij ii(' iu in; rAi--.iiiiiv1s, .t.
guile Ueerlnff of the ctithuslaaUo ex
Mil. D. DAHNSTlTTEn.
presslons we so frequently see In tho pa
pers In regard to It.
"The stomach trouble from which I hnd
sufTered for sears proved Itself lo be dif
ficult of treatment, for I hnd many phs-
Iclans during the list fifteen sears, and I
had found no relief until I tried Drs. Cope
lnnd is. Hrunainan. 1 had suffered all the
horrors of dsspep"la, or cntirrh of tlm
slomnch, as some call II. Mr stomach
pained me after eating. I felt full nnd
bloated all the time, and was continually
belching up gas. trslng to get relief. Mv
impolite was alvvats poor. 1 was a mlcr
nbie mnti altogether. As soon as Drs.
Copelind &. Hrannnnn took hold of my
care, 1 begin to pick up, and now 1 feel
like a different man My appetite and di
gestion are good. I sleep all night. My
strength has returned and work Is now a
pleasure to mc. 1 cannot begin to express
ms gratitude to these phsslclans."
CHARGE FOR MEDICINES ONLY
While the Vi-tlics of the Copeland Thysl
chms Are Olvin trie-A '1 rul ltc
miirkiible DfTir llilnk It Otor.
The idvantnccs to be derived arc so
great that nothing need be Slid; thes em
be seen at once. No otter mule by any phv
slelin equals It. People who arc usually
driven to patent medicines are quickly em
bracing the opportunity. The medicines
given bs tho Copeland speclillsts are
from the purest and, In m ms cases, most
lOII MY 111! CUItl.K AT IIOMK.
Iiy the Copeland perfected svstem of mill
treitment, sou mas be cured at home.
Write for question blank and Information.
Address nil mall to
DRS. COPELAND & BRANAMAN,
JDUI-lOUi; Atuliiut .SI., Kansas Citj, Mo.
Specialties Citarrh. Asthnn, Bronchitis,
Nervous Diseases, Rheumatism, Consump
tion and all Chronic Affections of the
Throat, Lungs. Stomach, Liver and Kld
ness. Olllcc Hours' 9 a m. to 12. 1 30 p. m to
r., evenings, Mondass. 'VVednesdass and
Haturdiss. 7 to S p m Sunday, Um to
2 p in
n 2 sear-old colt called Guess Work, by
Ditld J Gideon sats that his colts, Hut
tei files Keenan and Waltzer, are all doing
well lt.im.ipo Is also in gool condition
lie Intends to send his horses to Chicago
for the big stake events
Monroe balisburs" h is added to bis string
the bis P icing stallion Dudlos, 2.H. He
Is bs Auteros, dam Lllls Lungtrs. by
Nephew. Dudles Is a brother to Atltceo,
-' lt,'4 and Antes olo, 2 1D4
Cirter ties himself up Into a knot when
he Is about to deliver the bill He is so
tall that when Urecnwas, his eitcher,
wants to throw to second, Carter has to
sprtwl on the ground to get out of tho
was of the bill
Pittsburg papers announce that W. D.
Osgood, the gleat rennsslvanli halfback,
when he finally 'ooites there after gradua
tion next Junj, Is to as;'st in the organiza
tion of a ne-v football eleen composed of
fhe first of the Internitloml trotting
races it Nice was won bs the American
mire fchadtlmd Dclmonln J I3i, bs Young
Jim that was putthiseu fiom Gustave
Fleischman ot Huftalo, by a German
horseman list August
Hight Fielder Hlake, of the Cleveland
Club, has been sent to I'ortmouth. Ills
Injuries are more serious than was sup
posed He Is expected to report at ht,
loula on Mas 1 George Tebeau will cover
right during Hlake's absence
lhe Hiltimore miitagement, after a cus
tom thit has alw iss pi ev ailed since base
ball championships weie won In thu
Leigue, will lis the penn int fiom the flag
pole eretted in center field at Union pirk
It w is first Intended to tly the pennant
from a polo on the grind stand
At the net bolng show of the .Manhat
tan Athletic Club, un tho night of April -'I,
there will be a ten round tight between Al
bert PfeliTer nnd Mit Mesehil 'this will
be preceded bs a six round bout between
JInims Handler, of Newark, "Hob' Fltz
simmons' ptotege, and Johnns Voting, of
Knickerbocker, one of the few remilning
sons of llssdsk'b llnmbletonlan, died Inst
week at Donelson Tenn He was foaied In
1M3, and vtas bred and owned for m iny
seirs b$ John 11 Wood, Middle-town, N V
Ten of his get have recoids of J So or hel
ler, but nono of the them ever beat J 20.
Onward, 2 20' i, being the fastest.
Arrangenieiits ate being made In Helle
vllie Out, foi an lnti i national sculling
match between Jake Gaudiur, champion
of Ameitia and Wag Haidlng, eliamplon
of Hnglaud, to take place on August 1
Hlchard K. Fov has been authorized
to cable to Hnglnnd an offer ot a Jl.OuO
purse, with an ugricment to glvo Harding
5-'.'j0 foi expenses.
The accidental death of Oeorge Cowan, a
student of tho Obcrlln iieiidcins, which oc
cuired at Ihu Athletic pirk, Oberlln, O,
Tuesdas, hab cast a gloom over the en
tire college nnl communlts. While prac
tising' foi tho 'Varsity Cnvvan was struck
on the head by a liner und almost Instantls
killed the blow soon being succeeded by
convulsions, Cow un was 2.! sears old.
Laureate, winner of the Arkansas Derby
at Little Hock, and of the Cotton stakes at
Memphis, Is beginning to be talked of by
Wesli rn ruing men as a piomlslng candi
date for the Chlcigo derbss. ills engage
ments Include both the Chicago i vents, the
Kentuiks derbs". the Latonla derby and the
Clark Htakis. Liureatii svas a good colt
l.ibt sear, winning the Gaston Hotel stakes
at Memphis, and tho Alexander stakes .md
ilunnsnicdc stakes at Louisville,
Ham Crane sass tho Philadelphia Club
could not vvin the pennant with Itusle and
Meekln It Ins been a long time now Elnce
the Phillies have not been considered in
thu race, and for sevenl years they hate
been close to the top at the middle of the
season Weakness In the pitcher's box
wua alvvaya the stumbling block. This
sear they stall out with a better pitching
stilt thun uver, so It will not be sife to
wager un told on Sam Crane's opinion
!.,Ii fur iho Wliti linen
The Johnsoii'Sanger combination expects
to hold a series of ihcch mat will he very
profitable to tliosij directly Interested.
Hanker, tho American User; Fournler,
the French champion und Verheye, the
(leriuau champion, will ride a, triplet In
Huiope this Sear.
An effort Is being made In Chicago to
form a stock company with a capital stock
of $.3,oou lor tho purpose of building a
llrst-class blcsele racing track.
Willis H Troy h is an "unknown" cy.
rllst whom ho wants to match against
"Fred" 'Iltus, lhe crack rider of tho Klver
siile Whitlmen, for any amount from J500
tu il.ooo u lde,
During the past week New York has add
ed 23) luembcia to tne 1, A Y ; Massa
chusetts, 70, Pennsslvunlu, 07. New York
has received more recruits already this
month than In the entire month nf April.
1SSI And Isaac 11. Potter's good, business
methods brought It about.
Chicago, HI, April 20 The following road
Wall!, llunltou tu Colorado Springs, Elx
miles, 11 ij; April li H Kostomlutsky, 100
miles, b.17; September 3, ISA!; lovya, state
Arthur A. Zimmerman will co abroad
next month and will race at all the big
meets In Hngland until early In August,
when he will go to Australia. Zimmerman
saya that arruuKemeoU have been, made
jWp 1 SJQf
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At i o'clock To-morrow Afternoon the New
Golden Eagle opens Its doors for a sale that
will rank as the greatest move
ment of merchandise ever seen
in Kansas City.
A sale of Men's and Boys' Clothing of Furnishing Goods
of Hats of Shoos. A salo that marks a now era in the re
tail clothing business of thi3 city. A sale without a precedent
here without tho possibility of duplication except by our
selves. It will rank with tho greatest sales of the greatest cloth.
Ing houses of the country and is possible simply because the
New Golden Eagle has taken its place among such houses. It
is putting into the hands of the people now, in midscason,
when they want them, bargains that no other house can equal
at any time of the year. Wo have been preparing for this salo
for months. Our buyers have been ceaselessly on the alert.
Regardless of quantity, when we could make tho prico wo
bought. We promptly took advantage of every trade condi
tion that favored us. We bought as few houses pan buy and
now we will sell as no other house in Kansas City can affor
to sell. Some final preparations are yet to bo made. Several
hundred suits lately arrived arc to bs marked and other mer
chandise to be brought out. For this reason wo will not open
the store until I o'clock Monday afternoon.
Prices in Full in Monday's Star.
The People's Store.
for him to lace nt thirty-two meets In
Australia. Zimmerman's decision to go
nbrond Is regirded as significant that he Is
deslious of meeting Houben lit a match
The Associated Cs cling Clubs of New
Jerses expect that several thousand wheel
men will partlclpito In their annual cen
turs run, which will be held from New
ark to Asbuiy Park, on Juls C The run
will arrive in Ashury Hark the das pre
ceding the opening of the national meet
The Abury Park- wheelmen hate offered
two prUes, which will consist ot banners,
to be awarded to the two clubs having
the greatest number of men to finish the
'lhl, from the I, A. W.'s president, has
been sent to the chief consuls- "The Hist
business meeting of the executive com
mittee of the 1j A. W. will be held In Hos
ton nbout M115 1. Time and pHce will be
announced later All chief consuls hating
suggestions to make or de-lring Informa
tion IU be present or notify some mem
ber of said committee. I desire to th ink
the divisions for their ery creditable
work so early In the jear. Let the efforts
be uniemlttlngly continued and let 40 000
members be tho minimum mark for the
present league sear"
Hobert Center, the well known NivvYork
sachtsmin and sportsman, while blescllng
Wednesdas afternoon, met with an acci
dent that ended in death. Mr Center ran
nt full speed Into n coil cart, which was
turning out to avoid a street ear The
shaft struck him In the breast and the
cart wheels piscd over him The llrst bl
csclo ever brought to this country was
owned and ridden by Mr. Center. It was
a Mlchau wheel which ho Imported from
Trance He became an expert rider and
attracted much attention Ho gave up bl
esellng a Sear l.llet. hut about twelte
months ago purchased a blcscle of mod
ern mike joined the League of American
Whei Iman und became an enthuslnstle bi
cyclist Tho ofllcers of the Century Hond Club
ot America, In order to Induce clubs nnd
Individuals to try for road records and
centurs rides this sear, will otter many
prUes for record performances The ree
oid committee his decided that a century
tide over a well known course, under clr
cumst inces di minding Mich uniiHual dem
onstration of the possibilities of cj cling us
to attract public attention, would 01 dinar
ilv earn for the rider a snnll bronze medal
of modest design The breaking of the
21-mllo road record or a perfotmanco
of fclmllnr merit, would earn a gold medul
struck from the s une die Tor tho great
est Individual mileage of this season 11
gold medil ivlll bo awarded, l'or the best
Individual century record, the Century
Club will aw ird a gold medn), and a tine
Innner for the greatest club century rec
ord, Hums the Wrestling Champion.
Chicago. April 20 The wrestling match
for the world's championship between
llv ans Lew la nnd Mm tin. known as
'Tarmer" Hums, was won by Hums.
I.ovvls won the llrst fall In 11 minutes, but
lost the second In 23, and tho third In ii
minutes S seconds.
Parson Havles, on behalf of p. C, Mc
Lgod, the Scotchman, challenged the svln-
HOW TO MA1.K.
The I'ruper length of 11 htep Twice the
Length or the rout.
A Pelsarte teieher who Is peculiar In
knowing something of Pelsarte's system or
expicsslon, sass that stomtn cin Improve
their walk without a teachci, though they
can't learn about walking from print.
The proper length of tho step Is twice, the
length of one foot, and it Is measured from
the hollow ot one foot to the hollow of the
other, Novv.tako a piece of tape and sew
on It bits ot llannel ut Intervals twice the
length of one of sour ftet. stretch It across
the longest room sou have at your disposal
and sou are ready for practice. Muybo you
don't know that rach foot should cross the
sime line with euch successive step? It
should-that Is very Important, so now you
must walk sour tape and set one foot and
then the other right over one of those pits
of llannel, letting the flannel come Just
under the Instep Ho this und turn sour
toes out sers well, and swlpg sour leg from
the thigh, und sou are far on the road to a
'llil ami Domestic Animals.
Tho question us to what constitutes a do
mestic animal uud what is meant by the
term wild beast U bepomlng moru and
moio complicated. Tor while, on the one
hand, the supreme court of Maryland haa
recentls decided that the cat s u wild ani
mal within tho meaning pf the law, the
buprcme court of uppealin Trance haa lust
Issued a decree to the effect that a wild bull
Is a domestic animal. This remarkable de
clslon has been tendered In connection with
thu question as to the Illegality ot bull
fighting, which has hitherto been quite
us much of a national pastliqe In the.
South of Trance as in Bpalu und Portugal.
Inasmuch us the court has now, once and
for ull. determined that bull-lighting Is
contrary to law und therefore criminal, no
one need complain of this interpretation
of the code, except for the precedent that
It affords of transforming wild beasts Into
domestic pets by legal proceduro instead of
by ordinary methods of tamluy.
niunr linvis iiy iviku.
Tien Tsln, April 20 Viceroy Ll Hunir
Clung, the Chinese peice envos, hns ar
rived here n good health, fiom Japan.
(Washington, A pill .0 To-das 's stito
ment of the condition of tho treasury
shows Available cash balance, J1S3 517,
50S, gold reserve, $JO,171,9M.
Albans, K Y, Aptll .'i rsovernor Mor
ton has denied the application for a re
spite for Dr. Huchapan, and he will ac
cordingly be executed during tho comlns
week, possibly on Mondas".
Herlln. April 20 The Chinese government
h is concluded arrangements here for a
loan of 30,000 Oil marks at ti per cent Inter
est The ssndicate which hns tiken up
the loan Includes the National li ink and
Vonderhesdt .S. Co. of Herlln, and L. Hre
hens et Co . of Hamburg.
Minneapolis, Minn, Apill 20 Judge
Se.igiave Smith, In a lengthy decision
Hied this noon, denies the motion for a
new tilal in the unit ilex cabe of Hnti
T Ilajwntd. An appeal to the supteme
tomt will follow.
Indianapolis. Iml . April 20 H
Clovirnor and ex-JIinlster to Italv
.Albert CI Porter, whoso condition was
alarming sestet das. as a result of a se
vere altuck of virtlgo Is much Improved
to-dus Mr Potter's phsslciin spenlts en
couraglngls of his patient and -ijs he will
hato entlrels lecovered from the stroke In
a few dass.
Hnrboursvllle, Ky , April 20 Over 104
witnesses hate been summoned to testify
In the murder til il of Jesse Tlelds and loe
Atkins, chiuged with tho munlei last fill
of Judge Joslah Combs, at lloml, Iiy.
'ihe town is crowded with witnesses and
others Interested In the case Colonel W.
c P Hrecklnrldge Is to assist the defense,
'lhe Jury Is being selected
Giitluie O T. Apt II 20 -(Sped tl) Oeorge
Hinkston. of Perkins O T, was brought
here to-dns" and Jailed 011 a cluirge of sell
ing liquor to Indians. The Indians In ques
tion lire living on ullolmenta und linvo
been declared cltUens,atd Hankston claims
thes can drink what they want, and tho
government has no constitutional right to
discriminate against them
Waniego, Kus , April 20 (Special.) Last
night the V nincgo Itepublleiii Club met,
reoignnlzed by electing c, 1: Huthaway
as president and appointed delegates to at
ttud the state league at Topek.a on the 2j!1i
is follows: M. L. btouc, T. H Perkins und
11 11. Tracs.
Sedalln, Mo , April 20 Special ) Tour
of the burglars who looted Hwart S. Harm'
hardware store In this cits a few nights
ago, weru captured to-day and and a por
tion of the stolen goods was found n their
Sedalla, Mo . April 20 (Special ) Burg
lars blew open the safe In the Lincoln,
Henton taunts-, postolllce, last nlslit tuia
secured fJ3 In mpne).
-V Aim li translated Hook,
Notes and Queries: Of "Don Quixote" It
iniy be said, saving only the Illble, It hus
been translated oftener and Into moia Ian.
guages than un) other book A tecent
Hpinlsh editor. Hon Lope de I'.ibru, enuin
euites IW editions of the Spanish imiBter
plete In foirJgn Innguuges. That comput
utlon Is certainly short of tbe ttiith
Not onls are there more translations In
English of "Don Quixote" than uny other
language, but It Is England which from
thu llrst has done inure honor lo the au
thor's work than any other countiy. Tha
llrst critical edition ut "Don Quixote" In
Hpanlsh. with the llrst life of Cervantes,
bs Alnsans ) Slscar, was published In Lon
don In 17oS. mora than forty seuis befoie
tho Spaniards had moused themselves to
do honor to their greatest author.
This edition, In four handsome plumes,
was printed sumptuously In all tha glory
of the Tonsoq press, under the auspices of
Lord Cuiteret; nt an age when "Don,
Quixote" was still nppeurlng n his native
country on lilthy bulliid paper In oecrubl
tspe, uncorrected und unadorned,
V'ipr 1 lowers.
Cincinnati Trlbunos 'Taper flowers are
all ldrllft In ttiftlM nln, A II ...1.1 .1
.... ,.n... ... mkii imir,' sum u genueman
who boasts of the Joys and comforts of
married life, 'but I'll be hanged If there
,ai, e u, 1, une cten m fiaper uovvers. My
...If. nt.il ilni.nliln n. e .... ... ,,.L
n-ii- unMsiaci iiuvu kul tnu crae. ami
they've got it bad l( I attempt to light
the lamp I Invariably set lire to a tangle
of hones suckle. If J go to the llbraiy I
;'.."".', '" "' iest 1 nreaK one
of the branches of morning glories that
n.inL- lllf pnliuAliu It, Cpn. .... .: .
If i attempt to sit down, stand up or walk
I am compelled to reconnolter about ami
to Indulge In all kinds of Tablaq tactics be!
'", r ." yic. t uici nm ooject. Thev
enjoyed It and I was satisfied. Hut Hun.
anger was aiottsed. I have u, small con.
fiV'""!."","1" '" ,no "' and pr do of my
life. On Sunday one of my business friends
, " " f.7 "so "'Y' u"u J- iook mm out to
show hlra my lowers. That's where the
trouble was. ' l!y wife and daueb"e 1 had
puper (lowers In every nuok and conieV
Uvery plant in the plate bad a. paper o:
er. That settled the matte?. That night
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