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TUU KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. THURSDAY, JUNK b 180J.
AGAIN THE HOOSIERS WON,
t I (KAMI I III', I MPIHr. Ul-.lll
AHAl.vU llll: Ut.ll.1.
Micrldin'll Work .( livtrrnirtl- illmr, u
ery I lnp tlciltlmi nnd iiiiin llit
ttrrn Not llotr IIHiir In
lllllif lif Hie Vltltnr.
The tlliiM !! ahoiherliird Welt -am to
Ihe lloo,irs yeMe-day Mnnln' men hit
th- tmli tnttlf ft manv tlttlca, m the vl
ltr and thir him ete hardst, tail they
c iH not have any tuck In minhlin: them,
while the lloonerii trot ten ot their fourtefn
li mo Hitiln, and I ftnt won the gum.
l( i not nrr the umpire who i re
noniM when (ho twtfie ti am lo Mil
le-.a'nly Sheridan had a tvM deal to Co
with the rtilt of veaterd)' pame He
rld the Kfirt ltty playoff nn ever)
i.e ileciMoti, and not one of thcM date
-iv a word for fear of Hue, while the
It -ier were allotted all th llWrtr In the
t M ft ml In lulled In .n amfttlM of lotld
i.n t iWiIImii l:lckin without burnt ralloal
"tal clone delilorm which materially
af. ..) the result nt th gama wore all
Ki -n tftlnt tha HIiim. In the rlvth Inti
'!'. ( niiod Klutmnti out l tlrst on it
l il piny, vhn It was evident to all
" it Kin-man eaallv beat the ball The
irt w nol oven cloc In lli elahth
11 ik nr pave ttanta City the worn of
' i i p by rolling1 Klin out nt second
w! i h cirtnlnls nae on the hatt a noon
i hill ", tllPt" Thom two di't-llono
Iv iiia my evarnl runa and there
mo or thre others or tho Mine kind
i nllinry close ilcldon wan Klven
i-t ihc HOolfa in the entire frame
i hind of work, on lop of the fuel th.it
fc i1 . m blunder in . illuir llctnon out on
' . . - in TtmU.iy' i,im lout Uiat g inte
to iii liliie, ma'lo tho roml foil norp on
hm TMrp u rill vniiMiiloil ntKnlHnn
In Kti.i Clt) that Aherl Ian tuurt .ilto-
r mo cioeo i.j tni' intiianapoju mat-
' for th xoaa of lh Wplrn I.eaxur
Hi .-n money rhot that If ho would
tl h i I'o.it tho bran 1 of .loliti T.
wmitu bi found tlghl .between hl
liliic won- ovtrpmolv unfnrtiiniMp
t i. .r hltf KlvInK tin. HotMlffo'tnre"
'"mi tip for iloutiln plnv on hard
- nhh nine tlmen out of on would
' n nfe hits Tho Hoolcr. on th
i t III I h.ld the vAArl III k In hni'i. neir.
' rvr ball thoy hit rail in rtfe torrltbrv
T v t"M a Rood K.imi- In Iho M-.I how
ex r l't uiRor In rlKht, twitloularlr lt
t 4 'il-m himoclf l) two brilliant tun
t ik i'iirh .Met'arthv naalti toil the M
" r the Int. but Newell and Hout bat
U I iiniwit on h ml
At' r ).. HIuph had been retired without
a r ti Hie Urn lnn!nK, tho loolor.
; uti ii ind madp inoiipth to win tho Knnie
' r.it evlilldtlon of tuam bnttlnu
II tfiti Fint a 11)1 to llernon and took soc
r.i wlnn tho loft tlold-r iiititTod It. N. well
I ui l the ball for it -ltm elnsle, .MeCnrth
an I M itz tn nttemiitlnK aaerllh-e both
nun .-ii mime ami itoit lined out a hit
Ul'tlmter hit to ehort and lloat w.is railed
out f r ninnlim ou( of lino to nold be
Itjt, t ii. h. I (!lnalvln etrtick out art'l Mo-
irl.in 1 dropped ,i little lilt In front of
tlu rlatr whli'h n-nt the tlfth run in. l'ish
cr 'ru h out .in I pnded tho IiiiiIiir
The ItliiHF rolIii the Kttine In the eronil
InninR ,inl .ill but tied tho venn, lnahliiR
four nm nn slriKlen b) Nlchol and Ilnt
11(11 a ini-rlllee by ItiTRon a twnbiiRRer
li MltiK. a tilil b .MnnnliiB ntul another
twobaRR. r b. Hoi non.
N) muro riinx wore made until the tlfth
UininR when the Hooolera got one more
on .Newill Mr on M.iiinliiR- -rror, hl
Mtl and two put-mil. In the lvth the
J!u t H'ored ono more on a double In Iler
Kin and a kIiirIi- b KIIiir, but In tho rr-
nth, altliotiKh they made two hard hit
wun nut one out. till) diew a blank. The
llol n did btter In their half, uettln--
three ttin on a sIhrIc bj Newell, n home
tun by .Mtt'nrthj. on a hit which bounded
over Mrhol'4 hend, cloilLJt by .Moti and
. -HiKie iiv itoil "
The Illur eroded the rubber for the lint
time In the elKhth Innlnc. when Hatlleld
fcorcd on a hip., on balls, .i slnKle b Her
Ken and i double bj KlInR In their h ilf
Jlic lloo'Urj got nnother run on h double
'.'Ncvv,'l, ani1 a triple by McC.irtlu.
AU. It. IH Sit. I'O. A
..... 1 'J ii 4 0
M innlnR 2b..
JK-rnon, I f..
Nlchol. c. f...,
Hatfield, Slj . ,
Herh'en c . ...
Kllnu', r f ...,
0 1 0
0 1 1
0 7 u
0 '2 '1
0 1 2
tl I 1
0 3 n
0 (I c
0 '21 11 1
out for runiilntt out of lino.
HoRin. e f ....
Ni well, ts . ...
MeCarthy. 1. f..
(itttliiRer r f..
OlenuIMn, 2b .
1 Knrlnml. c .
1'lsher. p .
33 10 II
s 'r by lnnlnR
K in- il Cit ... .
0 1 0
in 1; IIIHIlOlii
1 0 .1
Hirn.il runM K'unanc Clti. T.n...
jT') 'nie hlte KIIiik, 2: Hcrnon, HerKeu.
-i re I. K.-'hlts-Mannliiff, McCarthy.
It ,nu r in McCarthy.
S. no , hliK-ISorRen. Oittinser
T il'. i Ui Nlchol to JlannliiR: Olen-
? ,2 V, .Ne)u1l. ' ,?'olzi Olonnlvln to
M 'Z Jlnij to Newell.
Hi p ,n bnlln-Oft richer, 5.
"ii k . ut -Hv lliiMtlntrK. I bv risher, 1.
',1 h.i.-MH'-ilngii, 2, risher. 1.
r nu ' i; im-l J".
t mpir, Sherldnn.
I lie (i.llliK Till Afteriiimn,
I'r 'hi third time the Illliea ulll iln Ki
h the Honslers UiIh afternoon, and
ill in ilif h denp-rate etlort to take
n. i alp from ihe leaders Illllv
rtr... tiat ih.m at Indiaiiai.olln. will
1 . the felLtne trleL; unuln ..n.l .. im
IT' fl in the bos bj wittrmk nr
.' ',"", ni e iiKiies- nay. anil as It
1 n r ilr Imlblnv, a large crowd In exiicct-
M,n .'.'.': .',-"!" .'!"?:.. !.n .-i.AW'. mi..
. ... .- . ......((,, .,,.,.n null llll!
!. ' mil the team will have to pluy with,
put i - u-ulitr rlRhtflehlci. The ,,amB wl 1
1j -t.iru 1 in 4 o( lock
Wiilirn I.e.isnn Miuiillin.
Won. Lout. P C
l . ..
I ' !h...
1llillieiinll, IHj 'I nil iln, HI,
M -nc umlls, Minn.. June B, Score:
Mm.,. , .J 9 3 0 1 I) 0 0 S-lVsVt"
1 ,' ! Mll S-15 IH 5
, "-"' e - Minneapolis. Tracer. Haker
J. k. w num.' Toledo. liammo" ..tid
St I'ml, til; lininil Ijipbi., 7.
St Taul, Minn., June 5.-Score:
P.' ri'.' ,,' a 5 0 0 0 n O-'lVV""
Unr . HaplitH o 1 ii 4 a o D o-r it r.
' r , Ht fjul. MulUn and Hoyle:
ir I ii t i I, Stafford. Kllrov ami Karl..
IWIriiU. In; Mlliuiiihii', I),
Milv mi- ,. w, June S. Score.
JJ'J " . 0 3 2 10 0 11 1 0HBR
H ' 1 u 2 1 0 2 3 1 .io is i
I i ' rv .nham and .iaylo,
Njlldiml iv.ih'uu Mmi.lliiR.
Won L,ot. p, r.
V ti't irg ,. .,,,
J ".rror. . ,,
I 1 1 1 it
I I v. 'ana . ,.
1 1 clphu... ,
I ", kl n ., ,.
J.u ti v He.,.,, .
Cliirlnn.it I, lit llrnokl)!,, I,
Hrookiyi, N Y. June 8 Crank l'or.
r ' . lrher .f?r ;h", ('l .elnnatin,-wan the
tu 1 "f iirookl)n ii dowiifull to-ifa) Ho)'
t h ,t lialy' fl in th fourth was the
tur pluy of the gumt Si ore.:
Hrooklyn .. ,1110 10 0 0 a I 3 2
.'lnrim,.it! . ..30020100 0-ti S 2
IiUter.-fcIlnokln, Crlni, D.tub, Cum
btrt, Cliulnnatl Spit, Porimin.
II.1I11 Miippfil the (lame.
WathlnKtou. June 5. At the beginning
ot th titii, innini; In th same betwem
Waniuniftou and Cluvelmid a h.y down-
Dour cf rain bcau. it ek.mU up Inside
h& - - i'7in,ii,Kii'"itwi'uT?SS' - ':Iir
f iniriv minute" I n ih Rnunld were
i w t that t mpir. ' ic
i bd thfct tho
pame onld not !- i.- im t t p trt Ihtt
time WnnhlnKtoh hil four r ma to in
l-dlt md riovolin.l .-.nr i:ii;)il hlt hn.l
bad ben made orf Younc whll- Sioi-ktnlo
hid not alloned the tioton to obtain one.
Ii It. ,it..n. d.
Hi'toii, June S -The ItoMonn bliyed nn
erroflew eame. but ero unable to win
from rill.Mimi;. Store
,. , II tt i:
Hnton o n l a (i e o 0 l 2 12 a
J'lttabtirc .....o p s a o o l n 6.-1 s 3
, liAtiirfnoftiin ftanoi and N'lcholnj
rittoburit, .Mack and Klllen
M. lmil, t:lt flilliidelplila, -'.
I'hlladVlt.hln. June It -TKe Ilrnwft did
hat the pnf. vlth the rhllj .to
das MN5I11 Mm Vcfio kod out of'llif bo-:
In the fourth limine .and Smith took hi
iv llmthi'eirt' left hand twirl wero
!" V I'lrncjITIfUl l"ll. 11.11111 1 1 ti i;
wor- than a Chtns ntixttr- Rent
t tt ti
IMIJJM 3 li 27 't
o o n o .o 1 a l o-- 2 t, i
Itntter e-St t,oiil, tVlt nnd tliellen
indnpiiin, iluekley. .McOlll, Smith,
Il.illltiiiire, III I Idi irii. '.'.
Italllmfire, June S-llnffner IMid ef
feetlvely i.xeebt Ih Ihe third lnnln. when
llmot hit over the fenee, endltm in
Decker. . IMItlniflro had little trouble In
flndlnR .llutrhliion (Intnc rallid on ac
eoiint of rain at ertd ot Jlxlli Innlliit. Al-
lonlHn. r, i.yf M'jore
, . i i ii ii i:
n a 1 n n n A 9
it it r.
Itatterid-llniiimofe, Clarke and f lofTiier;
Chicago, iliitehl'oti and Mornn.
Sow uric, 1 l.miUllllr, I,
New Vork, June S tleorue tala toda
re'lRtird a mannaer an.) lainaln or the
New orka. He ald thln wete nbt roIiir
nlonr to ult Mm .lack fiojlo wait Imme
diate! appointed mannii r and rfiptaln
It took the New Vorkete ten tunlnRi to de
feat the tallendere lo-day Score.
New vork n 2 n l o n 0 0 a l-T to 4
I.OUlvllle a n a 2 0 0 0 n 1 n3 111 4
Itaitern-Nw Vork, Herman and Wll
eon lulMllo, Welch nnd Ml,.
"nutlicm I.iiiriic (Iiiiimv.
Now Orten'm, Juno S New Orleatu, fi,
l.lttle Itock, Atk., June 8 l.lltlo ttoik, T:
cMcrn .ni I iliiiii lltnie.
Memphis, Tctui., June C Mempltl, 7
Omiha, Nib., June 5. Omnlin, 22, l)e
llriiwn, till llnrtiiril, II. i
Catnbrldcc, Mam , June 5 -Hruwn, 3;
tlatvard, C. ,
I I lMMMUNN IS CII.M'IIICN I.
llcllc'o. 'Unit t be. riirlit Will fume Off
In Halla. mid I but Me Will Win.'
New Vork, June 5. The proposed Corbtt
Kltlmntoni mill reinalii" the tuple of dl
'iilon amoliR iot tine men here. .Man
URr llrad) enld to-nlRht he was perrei lly
latlnlled with the nrr.itiK' inenlt made by
ii.iiina repreevntuiiMx ami that iil
"inn would be in the rltiR lit atid read on
the dn to bo MnuI in the latter part of
Oi tober h the Dallas people.
The Auclnte,t I'rttw npoiter rnlUd on
I'lUMlmmun at hl residence to.nlRht. In
reiiono to a numbei of iUestlon, the e
lulildlewelKht champion said: "I feel per
fidy ,itiMled the i onteat will tnho plitci.
at Ualla. at. the buslnees men theie,
throiiRh theli r. preentatlii, s-eem to be
on the leel. Theie h.ie been pome ic
niark. uuentlonlnR mj slmetltv In the af
fair mid sonu p. rsons have been unklm'.
emitiRh to sa I will weaken. I can auie
joll and the piiblh uh well that I am Ju-l
a re.uly to men t'orbett as I would be to
meet an inferior in the rins. Corbel!, I
boIloe, has ..ilil 1 wu. not In his elas,
but If Charlie Mluhull wn. then I ihi
t.ilnly inii'l be. and I cannot nee where I
could ins!lh! be left out. Depend iipuii
my word. .Mr. Corbett hiii a Id contriict
on liN hnndi and when he meets me he
will tackle a bettei mm than he lias ever
"C!le me u fair trustwot thy referee nnd
I have no iloubt that 1 shall ruom ni.welf
the bettei man. It Is Jimt possible 1 m.i
welRh twent) pounds llRhter thlui C'orbitt,
but I can e.isllj make uji for thai and our
rel.itle welirhts iii.iy be 1(S and IS" "
W Inner ut l.utonhi.
Cincinnati, (.)., Juno u. The attendance at
I.atonla rai es lo-il.i. was er' larRe for
an otr d.ij with an Indifferent proKramme.
It exceedid u.una. The track was heavy and
I'lrst r.u e Silllt.s: purse; ovcn and one
half furlongs. feliRo, ' tn J, won: Lc iiajo,
C to 1, second; Addle Hiichanan, .11 to 0,
third. Time, 1.12 -
Second race SellliiR; pure; one mile
I'rlniese. 7 to 1. won; Ashlubl. 2 tit 1, s,ei
ond, Saj On, 2" to 1, third Time. LIS
Third i.icc SellliiR; pur.e. ii fuilonRs.
I'red Hat r, 7 tu 2, won; Sir liurk I to 1,
pnoiid, Joe Clark, 11 to 10, thli.1. T.ine,
fourth race Pellliif; purrc; sl ft.rlonss
Cerio GordD, tl to 3, won: Illllv Bennett. 7
to .', second, .Mlnne Daxtor, 1 to 1, third.
Time. 1 .1
Klflh r.lce Purse, fnnr nn.t nne.lmlf fur.
InnKs. Arcentlmi. (I to 6. won: L.i Oninn.i-
rl.in.i, 15 to 1, second; Itealm, 20 to 1, thlnl.
'the (iitllleliRf Not Aiiipteil.
Osford, June 5 nurliiR the past week
the Oitonl Athletic Association has been
occupied with an extensive correspondence
with the athletic nssoi i.ulon of the I'nl
verslty of Pennsylvania, lleprccntatlves
of the rnlverMt.v of IVnnsl.inla have te
Utiested that the winneia of American In
tenollCKlatc. R.ime.s in the month of May
should be allowed to come to Hnland to
lompcte with the teams selected from the
Ovfonl nnd CambildKe universities The
proposed contest, it was represented by
the Cntversltj or Penns) lvanla men, crtuld
.nslly take plaie ifler the I ifotd-Cam-brldRC
eventh, lled for June 7. had been
decided. A committee from the Oxford
and Cambridge universities athletic clubs
carefully considered the propo-.il of the
Cnlverslty or I'ennsjlvnnla students at
tvvo confeiences held during the last fort
nlRht. isteiday the lommlttie enblid
me uiii. -..ui in lI1B univert.it) ot ivnnsyl
v.inta Athletic Association; "I'nablu ti
.iei cjii cnailciiRe
lllllilerillilll ('hiillpimes .lubiisnu.
I'hlladelphln, June S Aithur A Zimmer
man h.iH Ijsue.l a challenge to John S.
Johnson, of .Mlnii-Mpolls, to nice him for
0,J n side, tin distance to be trom a
qiiiirtei of a mile to lift) mil. s, nt the op
tlon of Johnson Johnson is civ en two
weeks' time In which to answer the clial
leiiKe If accented the race will take place
"'u1v?m.ir .I""1 'lorlmj the blK meet there,
which beitlns Jul) N
Zlnimeriiian has placd a deposit n the
handH of J, 1) IleeRle, of the Asbnrv natk
wheilmeii, .Immtiman, Tom K,-k and
IleeRo were In the 1 Ity to-day and called
on Chulrman dldeon. of the L A V to
aaeertiiln If such 11 match would be sa'ni -tlone.l
Mi ill. Icon said be saw no obie-i-tlon
to such ,1 1 aie
lljilii lle.it M.ilnni. Ve.terdil),
The Ilruiiswlck billiard hall una eiovvdcd
last iilKbt to wltniks the match mime of
pool between Malone, the ehnmpPon. and
1-iiink Hide the local pluyut. Malone
Ida) ed In bad luck, nnd Prank could haul.
1) m!8 The icsult was Malone was very
nearly ben tun out even up The eeoie-
OS Ihile, to
So foi n
rt. Il)ie. 20. The jnnteh U will to
a lti puise. The match will enil
mis aiteinoon. ami Mnlouo must tcoie 17'
points before ll)de inakes io, to win tho
A match has been made between Prank
March, champion of tho Northwiat, and
Malone to lake place this evening ut tho
Jlrun.wlck March thlnkH he Iuik a ehanco
vv lib Malone even up. and they will play
tho l)rt 1U0 points for J2. ' '
llruiKWIik Itnnllni; t Inb.
The Urunswliks made tio follow Ins
coiej on the llriinevvjck alley li-t nivht
Welih . .
c.tnham ... ,
Toume-y ... .
oiriivea. nparo Total
Mtrtrlc lloitlliii; Club.
Walfcon was atly hlwh mm at the roll
nun1?." &:" ",B 5ruH'' u" "'
htrikes bpare. Total
'? I-' i-'
,1 '; t-.
! I- 411
e li 4i-
Aftir .1.11 k .vie Vulitr,,.
hew Vork. June S. Sam l.li.ni.-i. 1,
agei of Kid I-ivlune. has i-ZZ. V ?' 'i."
h-iiae on behalf of l.nvigne
1,. 1,11 1 1 . - : ".....-
niuiie, jor lite lluhtweght ehanii,ioiihhli.
of Amerlea and K or ?5,0iM Vu 2i tt 'L
for the lightweight
and has oltVreil 10 iiowwi, ,.,.".' .?ir,,,.fr?
mat0,t -- - ti- umu 1110
llttavtii (inn ( lub loiiriiaiiie-nt,
Ottawa, Kas., Jmu, 5 (guei lal ) The
eeoud annual tournament of the Ottawa
(iun Club, which UU.nu iiffeu at th2lr
groundi. In North Ottawa, on th llth
iu3t.. DromUes to bu ii maat Intercstlns
. ii It
. I Hi
. 2 1ft
, 3 S
. "-1 . . - TTWiilii" "
ZIMIi TiTll ii lElllal l -Mfmm"
.,niw ftja.-n as'
Of alon ai t . nttrv t a ibtro numb r of
The Mhmtin l nl I b, p ii , f-tioil bir the re
Me-t AS i il-n C 11 tielkern WPI
be In rhnrit. f the trap" and trip bnj-a
W It M-in n will nil a cratchmater
nnd Jami Hub and Will Cuslck will
fere a referee.
WANT TO LEAVEJHE L. A. VV,
Mntrnienl to Itreniilre il l'rotelonal
.enRtie tn iiieurateit nt a MertlnR nf
llli-rllf III Id In Albany.
Albany. N V, jime R--Tom I'ek, John
S. Johnann i marapfr, called n jueetlnt! at
the Kenmorc ta-nlthl fcr the tuirpoie of
laklnR elip if a line to the formation of a
professional bl cle leaRtie. its against the
mateiir nf th 1, A. W There wai
prceni i numlvt of clang II men and a
prlnklln or lo-al nhoeltnen Mr Ivck
made n atn.ne ajipeal for lili phm nnd pte
Fotited a ataiom'nt ulRntd by the Sr.uue
Athleti" AMoeintinn, llloti, Vlloa, Itoihe
ter and ItulTalO club, to the rfect that the
dlRahJimtlotie wetT rend to tiaik with
llrotlej anj ttwibl. that nileht result In
the cipul-uon or "' men rrohi thn I A.
. for fill therllltr tho olttnrtirltn lihni.iil
Sohaufer. of tl)o SpahlliiK team, nlao dpohe
liir ninoine iion 11 ixirKpaincK,
Tim i:k, c M. .Murpli.v. Thomns" Haker
iv i jirgnil, OI lllilt'o. iiarrv uier,
nun j miner i-i naoier were appoiuteii a
nTnmltiep to confer vtlth the iinllonnl
board of trade n tn the be roitrse to lie
ptirsiifd. It was decided to lommunlcate
with ihe various rnee prnmotern to ascer
tain whether the) will put up their lass
II prlises, ihoiulcd for this season, Tor
ptnfcsslon tig to lomtiele for, provldliiR it
ultldent number or II ineti Join the r.inka
ot professionals. The committee will re
pnrt In New i ork city during the slate
I'lillnilelphln 'I i-iittlni: Hires.
I'hlladetphla, .Iuiip f, -The sprlnit meet
Ine of the Philadelphia DrlvliiR Park As
sociation wns cntitlnuid to-day at Point
HrccKe he tiaeic was slow and the rac
mr spliltlcss. Summarlis:
i si cms. irottltitt. ptile, 'r.00.
jouiidw.io.l J'nrm'a 1'ilkliind (Pnyne)l 1 1
riiii .ose v ,, , ,
Julia n ,
Tfme. 2JW,, 2.'2i' 2:2ftt.
C'hiss 2 35 paelnir; tnirae, floo.
J. l.lllutt'D Mascot, .Ir ,
II. M (I ,..,
Simon Hollver t (
Doubtful , , ,..,,
1'oke.v linltoti ,
Time. 2 3IU, i-.Wi. 2:20i,, 2:21.
3 2 4
t I 3
7 3. R
. 1 1 1
.12 2 3
.2 3 3 2
.1 I 7 (1
.f p C. 4
.7 f. n r.
.S S 17
.T 7 V dls
.3 0 dls
.... .' J 1
.... 1 2 .1
.... 2 :i i
t i s
.... 7 12 2
.... I 1.1 7
.... S fl
.... ii 10 9
.... d n 13
....It s s
....12 !i II
....10 7 12
,...11 II 11
. ..13 11 10
hiss . ii, irotiinR; puree,
tjiinn Alfred ,
Scianton Help. ,
Kttherlne S P
Time, LIP, 2:17'4, 2:ls,i,
W liincrs ut st. I mils.
St I.oulo, June u. itcautlful vventhernnd
a Rood taul nt the races; a.o attended at
I alt Association park to-ilav. In the,
threc-ronrths or a mile handicap, the fa
vorite. C.coiRe Miller, at T... to 1. was con
sidered a "lire thltiR, but Xliss Onlop. a 0
to 1 shot, ran awa fiom him The last
race was a 'lump .luck lilchellm, an S
to .- shot, wns consldeied a cinch, but
Powers, a lank outsider, who went un
Ritcked at 30 to 1. made monkos out of
the Held nnd won easily. Siimmniles.
l'lrst i.ice Thlrtien-hlMi cntlis of a mile.
Ti onion. .! to r,. won: .1. iJiev. ju to 1, sec
ond, David, s to 1, third Tfmn, 1.23.
SfCllllll race Purse. Intll mill nnn.hiiir
fuiloiiRS. Sue Mond.i). 31... to 1. won; Mn
di rla, 12 to 1, second , liluek Knott, 0 to 1,
thlnl Time. 0 fii.
Thlitl nice Handicap; three-fourths of a
mile. Allss (Jalop. II to 1, won; UeorRo
Miller, Sij to 1, second, Simmons, 4 to 1,
thlnl Time. 1:1ft.
I'ourth race Purse; oni mile. Probasco,
2 to 1, won; Still ltn.-s. 3 to 1 second; Kmln
Hrl, i, to 1, thlnl. Time. 1 l.'V
Pitta race Purso; tour and one-h ilf fur
Ioiirs. Miko Kelly, 4 to 1 won; All. 3 to 2,
scioildt A. 1!. C. third. Time. tl.5."e.
Sixth' race Purso: soven furloiiR". row
ing. 30- tilt L won-.'llcn I.omnnil.. ,1U tn 1.
second; Jack Ktcliclleu, S to u, tlilid. .Time,
D.Tltas 'liil About the I'lt-lit.
Dallas, Tex, June '.In sporMni; circles
the Opinion Is cencrnliv oxjir 3e.l that Cor
bett will do the hulk of 41s filnm;- at
Ashui) Park, N .1 , and Pltzslnimons at
(Jalveston. Piobabl) a f vv d.i)e befor- the
content comes on the two will ionic to
Dallas to ct accllmatid, m nuttltii! In
his time at Oak Clllt and 'he other in ihe
fair Kiounils neighborhood.
.Mr. P. T Itoberts, i oinmentlnj on the
ronilnt; event, said. "It will be the most
Important event In the hlstor) o' Dal.as,
The total orop of Dallas county last jear,
aeordlnt" to the assessor's rJpO"t, n-'cie-Kated
J1,;iJ3.II7 This slove contest will be
worth more to Uallis trom a dollars and
cunts standpoint than the intlre .iKrleuaur
,il jiroduct of the countv fur Hfll.
"An nmphlthe.itei will be built with n
soatliu" capacitv of ."n.fina The tteneral
plan will be arter the Kr-at ChlcaRO vvIk
w.im, ror the Democratic convention of
15D2, but full) one-fourth larger, and roof
less." A IIIlT K dav lllenle Itai e.
Chicago. June ft. The Inter Oein's relay
btcjcle race from Chicago to New Vork,
curryliiK a message from mlll'ary head
ipiarters In this Ity to lleneral Nelson
Miles, was started at 0 o'clo-k to-dav 11 0111
Adams street and Michigan avenue An
attempt will be made to do tue distance in
The route to l.a. Porte, Ind., Is In chnise
of Chicago c)cUsifc, and die rainalndu of
the race Is divided up between the riders of
tne various cities along tile roti-e.
John I.ti.-ion, of the .Monitor CvcMnt
Club and It II. Wlnshlp, of the Chicago
i-yciing uiuii. tooK ine nisi reu to ur.in.l
Ciusslng. where the message nm deliv
ered to II. It. liarl and J. J. IKv.1 tio), wlo
carried It to Kensington. T.vyinun and
lleckcr then took It to the next station.
The route lays thtough C'1-vedand Ashta
bula, liultalo, fiyi.icune, Ullea and Poui.'h
ke'epsle. S 111 I rani li o (Eni es.
San Pranclsio, June & Pavorltes got
most at the money to-day, as all eveept
thv last rac went to heavily bai ked
Ileuses. Starter Merrill has suspended
JocKe) Tod Sloane fi.r the rest of the meet
ing ror beating the Hag.
Klr-st r.uiPive and a half furlongs; 2-)iar-fdds.
Her Majest) won, Woleott, sec
ond, lustraator, third. Time, I.cj!,
Second race S. von furlongs. Ciawford
won, .Seaside, second; Neto, third. Time,
Third race -lvo and it half furlongs.
Tim Murphy won, IUnJo, second; Carmel,
third. Time. I.07(.
Pourth race Mile nnd seventy yards
Arnette won: Mr Jingle, second; I.lttlu
Cripple, third Time, t ItJMi
Plith race tine and one-half miles;
steeplechase Alisls won; lisperance, sec
ond, I.ongvvell, thltd. Time, 3.27.
li.iclng Again .it Hawthorne,
Hnvvthorne, June ft To day's resultB:
First rneo Seven fin lungs, liuthiisl.ist,
lit (Choin), 3 to 1, wjii. Scamp, W (li
Cochran), 12 to 1. snond; l.avurne, 101
(Clay). 15 to 1, thlnl. Time. 1 31.
necond race Pive furlengs Fakir, 110
(Mc(JIoue), ii to I, won, UmliKHp, S7 fChnrn).
evutl, seiond: Trlfu, lal. lul (Thompson), ji)
to 1, third. Tlmi, 1 li,
Third race Pive full. mi's. Millie M, )Cfl
(Clay), 3 to 1. won. -Marslin, 103 (Churn),
7 to 10, second; Austin, UH (llergeji), U to
1, thlitl. Time, l;02'j.
Pourth race Out mile. Hilly Mclvenzle,
Ptt (Aker), 7 to .' won; O.ileley, ltd (Choin).
t to 2, secuiid; Abb s-, 7 (ij, Coohran), ii
to 1, rbliil. Tlmv, I ll'i
PTfth nice -Klv. furlongs. Keva. 01 (So.
den), S to 1, won. Itai, itlii. 103 (Chornl. sec.
i.nd; Coiwack, lu." (CUrico), third. Time,
t'tiuiicll lllurfs Hans,
Counoll rtluffi. la , Juna 6. Plrut race
One-hulf mile Hi) View won: Parole,
nneoiid; Victor II third. Time, i),W
Second uie-'ll.t'i fnurilip of a mile.
Pony 'Hob won. John Helini, stcond; lielle
Stout, third. Time, 1 isi,
Thllii- roc On. mile Hilly Sutherland
won; I.lttltf Nell, see ondj DuCMlt, third.
Pourth race a x and a half furlongs.
Croft vvoni Arties, second; Martha Smith,
third, Tlmo, 1 il'-
Fifth race Three-fourths of a mil. Miss
Addle won; Hlu. titone, second; Queen
Paustus, third. Tune, uvbj.
VVillllul .liiiHC) I lull Hues.
Windsor. Out.. June ft Tho June meeting
of the Windsor Jo. kiy Club opened this
afternoon. Iln weather wan threatening
und tliu atteiiihiiui was light, but the
events vverv lutir, sting und vveru run upon
a good track. .Suiumaii?:
Fiist rueo Thrfee-iiuartem of a mile.
Logan wpiij IlutenMt, ;ond; Warlike,
thlnl. Time, 1:17
Scconel- ratx One anl one-sixteenth
WBai .! . ,. ..,,. ,.
Sarrtpoia woh Tottts, second;
i.iiia, tniru Time. I
Third raie-lTve furl ni: Slon .taon
w-on, Itunnway, geconJ, Owendolln, third.
Time l P24
. I'oi'rth race One and one-elRhth miles.
Joa Miller won: roeman, second; Martello,
third Time, Krfij
I'lflh rncesfeeiilechase, nlwtit Iwo
miles. I.ehnntn RelrtiPR won; Kpplewdrth,
second; Pat Oakler, third. Time, 6.27.
Itrsults al Itnbr.
Chlcatio, June r. Pirst race Six fur
an.-ts. -Mamie Sullivan won: Harold, see
v.j... .., wuiiiiu, mini, i wne, i :is
Second race Nine furlonRS. Pnete Jim
?-,!"i 11l?l.c.nce -' second. Chlswell, third
Third rnce-Thlrleen-slxteenths of a
mile Iterlhn I! won, Klnc'clere, cotnl;
Tippecanoe, third. Time. 1.2115.
I ourlh rnce-snt furloncs, Tom Pivro
,B; -l T, second; Illmbo, third. Time,
1 .In' J,
Plrth race Six furlongs ,asnr won;
f.J-i5 ' ,cct,n,t Kpitnte, third. Time,
COLONEL GLASS OUSTED,
Tlip Po'tmnster nt Liverpool, Itns., Ite
niotril I rnm Unit e-l cller to
the Hi piirtmi'iit.
MinhliiKtotl, June f.. (Special.) Col
onel (1lns, who f-ir mnre Minn n enr
has W11 rxistmttstor nt Mverinol, Kits.,
writ ousted from ulllco to-ilny. the
Btury runs, some months nro the cuionel
wns illrecteel by tlin ileimrtment tn llll
out ti blank rent him showing whem
tho mnlls left hU nlllce. The colonel
compiled with the ilemntiil. but not In
tin? vvny tllu-ctet! nnd ho wna nked to
try 11 iiiratn. m tins lie tntvo no ntten
tlon mid tin ltisector cnlleil on him nnd
Kitle Hill directions bow ho shotilil
mitkO IClHHls on 1hi limit re itoslm.t )
the ileimtttncnt. JJut tin colonel did not
comply with the icntiest, nnd then tho
ilepnitmont nskeil him to moke leltirns.
To this luat ileimiml of the ileimrtment
the colonel mado reply, the letter nrrlv
liih' thin monilntr. It Is us follows:
"Second Asslsinnt P. it 0. If yon do
not like my teport Just iro t, h 1." To
this there vvna a binnll mldltlon ililte
enotiffli to Imlticp tho (tep.it tment to
nenil the letter to tho ileimrtment ot
Justice with Mm roquest that the colonel
be prosecuted for sendliip; obscene ttmt
ter throneh the molls TI1I1 older will
be itinde. So Hie cdnnel hns not onlv
lost his Job ns liosMnnstcr, but lie Is
likely to Ilnil the Htmiip; arm of tho
Roverntncnt onclri lid nliout his frame.
The colonel In his application for the
olllco suit! lip was one of the few regu
lar itttendnnts fiim Scrnnton county to
the Htiile Democratic convention, nnd
that lie vv.T5!iDoinocitt nnd hail been for
mnny yenrs. nnd had done many things
iu neip .inn 1111 to me senate.
He l for Mt-Klnlcy fur President nnd n
1'rolcitlve Inrlrf Predicts n Horn
Salt Iakc C'lty, V. T , Juno C Senator
J. M. Thurston, In an Interview to-day on
the political situation, said- "At tho time
1 opposed Ilryan for the senate I took the
position that the I'nltcd Slnteu could not
take care ot nil the silver In the world,
but should tako care of the Anitlcin prod
uct under such conditions ur would make
a silver dollar as good ns a gold dollar
an) where. 1 believe the llepubllean party
will moke 11 declaration substnntlallv the
same as that of tho national platform in
ISM. It hinds, the pari) to take care of the
American product, and 1 believe the obli
gation will be lecognl.ed
"The huge wing of the Democratic partv
which ruse-d with tin Populists will dc
pliuo for tree and unlimited coinage of
silver. I feel now that there will bo tvvo
Democi.itlc conventions. When the con
vention is held. I believe the free silver
wing of the Mrty will be In absolute cou
ncil, mougn it may not be able to tioml
'"te on nccount ot the two-thirds itilc.
1 do not see how the Iteiuibllcnns can
go nil) further than thev did In 'U2, with
out declaring for rice and unlimited coin
age of silver. The disposition of tin? sdl
ver ltcpublleani to bolt Is only found to
liny great evlett In Colorado, Montana,
v joining, Idah) and Nevada. The lte
Iiublic.ins of Oiivon, California. Washing
ton and the u.iketas will support thenaity
declaration." ' '
Ilelng asked nbout the stand of tho Ite
pub Mean party on the tntllT. he said: "If
1111?, body suppo-es that the Heptibllcans
will uiciuie.sco In tho Wilson bill, he Is
"') iiiue-ii iiiiscaheu. i neucvn taMIT will
be a mote Impoitant nuestion than slivei.
' hor m.vself, I billevc to restoie protec
tion will settle our tlnnncinl Ills I nm a
high tatlfr mun, and brllevo McKlnley is
the best man for president "
i:.cui:.Mi;MAt cm io.n vvoun palia.
Talk of I.jnililng "liiuilc" llowiird for a
Hmporla, Kns , June ft. (Special )Cotton
vvood 1'nlls Is In great excitement over nn
assault committed last night b) "Hunk"
Howard, the "-) ear-old son of A. S.
Howard, the president of the First Na
tional bunk, upon Nellie Hufllngton, 13
)ears old. List night there was some se
ilous talk of Unclilng, small panics con
gicgated on the conn rs nnd for n few
hours It looked as though there would he
trouble, but cooler counsel prevailed and
the crowds dlspeised. This morning young
Howard ivas arraigned and leleased 011
Jl.iOObond. slgnid b) his father. Howanl's
crime was particularly cruel and brutal.
NO VOTl'It SIinpi.D PAIL TO GO TO
Till: POLLS TO-DAY.
I'lllHUil'M V 1'1'MI DIsC'tNslON.
I l.t . 1, ,.! - ..... -. .
nm 1 i,,-ii i, ,11 1,1 me ..iiiaeru vv uiiiliiieii
VMII Likely lie Defeateil.
Madison, Wis, June 5. The hiad camp
of Modern Woodmen resumed discussion In
committee of the whole to-day on the cre
ation of an tun rgency fund. It Is evident
that tho Iln il decision will be very close,
but It Is believed that the proposition will
be lost. Ilofrolullonb were Introduced and
referred as fullows:
Prom St. Paul and Minneapolis, to pro.
hlbli the organization of new camps In
those titles; to riiluce the per capita tax
to fti) lents, to compel camp-, to pay the
tux of neighbors sick or disabled; lltlng
the maximum loinpennatlon of members of
thu board of directors at fjw and nctual ex
panses. Two telegrnns were read from
Kansas City camps against the eiueiKenc)
n I'iiM Ititiinil VI, in,.,) I,i,
riiiniRo, June r,. Them will be no
east bound mniie) pool hereafter. Tho
executive ollUcm nf the Central Tr.ulle
Association at their meeting In Chair
man liliuii'liaid'o olllco to.1l.1y, rc-jclicil
the cuncluMiui that the ctiiitlniiauco of
such u isiol under exlstlne; cireum
sLinces, is nut advisable. Cummlssluner
Hlanclmrd nnd a number of the olllcers
still tontltiue to believe thnt a money
liool It) the only panacea fur the ills
from which tho railroads nre suffering,
but they admit that It would bo fool
hardy to continue a money pool Hum
Chicago when tho lines from lVml.i,
St. I.oula and polnta south of Chicago
teftiso tu enter Into one. The main
teasun, however, for the f.tlliiie nf the
Chicago pool vvnb the Inability to get
tin- roads to jr.ty over latua sums to
make uood shoitages. The llmtl con
clusion leached was thnt nothing: better
could be devised .11 the ptesent time
10 seeuto 1110 maintenance of uniform
rates than to go back to the old division
of tt.ullo agieemeut, A committee of
tut tine Horn each of tho Chicago east
liounil roads was upiiolntud to meet
sotno time ilutlnif Juno ami conshhr
what changes nro doomed neoessaiy In
the obi division of tntlllo iiKteemeut to
Beoure 11 proper maintenance of ntrrtul
sine kliulileri.' .Ilietliu;,
Chicago, June 5. Tho fitockholdera of
the t'hUMuo, itock IMunil .; Pacllic Itall
road Coiniiany mt In 11nn11.il t.eslon iteie
tn-ilny. 'I lit, annual 1 spoil, us picMiitid
showed (from i.irnlnits of l7,IAl.0uo In round
numbuis. Dperailny expenses, jl.' i;.' ni
nut euiuliiKs il iMVwj; net income, $",,6i,Dej:
Tho oltl hoard ot directors vvus re-e'lui ie,l
without Lluugt, us wcio the old oilleets.
I'ley's Piiropeiii I rip.
Topeka. June 5. (Speclul.) J. J. Prey.
Kcneral manager of the Santa Fo, leaves
to-morrow for an absence of two months
In l.uiopo. He coca as the representative
of his compan) tu tho International rail,
way cont'reaa. which meets la Ioudon next
VOTU l'Oli ALU THU AMENDMP..NT3.
,. i Jiiy,ii. 1 " ' -J, 1 1 l-aiii l.iw -
ARTISTS AND AUTHORS,
TIIKV OIT.N A TWtl IAVS Sl:?ON AT
A Strone Paper nn the Need of n Western
.MnRHflne ror the MrlterK nf that
."eet Inn Prof eor Phillip'
The nrtist, the litterateur nnd the molder
of imblle opinion In shape of the Western
Authors nnd Artists' Club nre assembled
In two da)s' tc'slon nt the Midland hotel.
The programme, ns published, nnnounced
that the Mret session would bo held In
imtlor S nt the Midland yesterday morn
ItiR, but with characteristic frcrelitrlelty of
BShlus that the literary mnn and the artist
In common iwssfsses, no one was present
when the clock tolled the hour of beitln
hltiB, nnd It was 3 o'clock In the nfterlioon
before any considerable number of the
members nt toKcthcr.
In the absence of President Kwlnit Her
bert. ot lllnvvntha Kns., Vlre President It.
M. Shinttnan pnsldeil. The customary re
port of tho secretary, brttiR I irRcly a de
tailed nccount ot the last ear's meeting-,
was rend, npproved and placed on llle, nnd
after the nppolnlnunt of the follow lug
committees, the tltlb procccdetl with nn In
tellectunl fcnsti Committees, Mis. Allic
('. Jordan, Mrs. r. s. t'nsler. Miss .Minnie
Mclrmre reception, t). V. Uarder, Mrs.
N. II. Mumrord und Miss Cortielln Hick
An oriental poem entitled, "The Hero,"
iy Thomas Plow er Peamck, ot Toieka,
Ka., was the llrst lirrnlllottim nn llirt urn.
gramme. This win followed bv the read
Ing of it .iipcr b) Mrs. .Mary J. Held, of
ht. Paul. Minn., in which she tronled ot
The Necisslty for Western nnd Southern
Hho said, "lively state In the I'nlon
needs n loial mngarlti,' iiulte ns much ns
II needs loi al newspapers, local libraries
nnd local universities u should be Im
pressed upon the vvenllhv men of every
slate thnt n good publishing house nnd n
magazine of lltirnry nunllty are quite; ns
essential to the petmnnettt progress of the
commonwealth as are rnlltoads. libraries,
universities and art gnlletlis. state thrift
consists in k pplng our talented sons und
daughters within the state boundaries, (if
what un Is it for n stnte to tear a talented
brood ot young writers nnd nrtlsts If they
have no matkciable opportunities for lit
erary nnd artistic expression? if the nrt
lsts and nnthnis cannot support themselves
within their native stnte thev will go else
where for the development of their talents,
or the) will cboko those talents titu cease
to be authors nnd nrtlsts.
'It Is useless to suppose that the ltasl
will stippurt Western literature. The Wet
lias reached Us majority, ami It is time for
It to net for ltelf. It In Impossible for
I.nstern editors to watch the gtowth of
young writers who are n thousnnd miles
nvvny. Several of our gray haired authors,
well known In the West nnd South, nre
still treated ns cadets by the Kastern edit
ors. We do not gain anything by tailing
ncalnst these l'nstetn editors and pub
lishers. The remedy lies with ourselves nnd
with th" Western people. Indiana believes
In supporting its own vvrlteis and artists
nt home. This Is n lesson for the West.
"1 saw In the state university Ilbrarv at
Lawrence, Kas., shelves devoted exclusive
ly to the writers of Kansas, anil I also
found that the Agora, a quarterly maga
zine, bail renched, even in these bard
times. Its fourth volume It looked like
the beginning of state thrift. Let the peo
plo of Missouri have n Missouri shelf huge
enough to hold every volume of record
written by n Mlssotirlan from "licnton s
Thirty Tents' View" down to Miss Mary
A. Owens' "Voodoo Tales,"
"Hut thoro ate ieaons other than these
why we .should advance the growth ot
magazines among us. Nearly every state
has an Individual history and lis inhabi
tant are sulllclently distinctive to form a
type. It is not unlikely that In another
half n centurv this dlsslmlHrlt) will ills,
appear and that our descendants will be
bemoaning our onieletsncss in neglecting
to permanently tecord hlsloilc.il evetila
and to delineate t.vpes which to us seem
unimportant nnd common
"There Is n tronger reason, however, for
the foundation of 11 Western magazine.
The I ist is neglecting nntlve literature
for lirelgn llterntuie. It should be the
purpose of the Western authors who are
animated by the Amerhan spirit to per
manently record before It Is 100 Into the
lives of our Amerhan or Western con
teinpotarics. The occasion has to be ier)
momentous Indeed for a large Lastern
maga.lne to admit a sketch or criticism
of .1 diving -VmeiJcnn writer. There I- room
also for some grent Western critic, some
one who will put behind him the labored
academic st.vle which htm hamper, d Amer
ican criticism, anil will add to the learn
ing or tho past the novelist's npprei lation
of Westci 11 wit "
in the dlsi itsslon that followed the ren 1
Ing of this paper Miss Cornelia Hickman
thought thai the present generation did
not realize the situation and that the only
thing to do was to eilin ate tin rl-lng gen
iiatlnn. .Mr Shearman thought theie was
a lack of good nrl In the Wist Mis. Lil
ian Hale said that the write is of the West
ill-sited the best price the) ( mil, get for
thilr productions, ami Mls Lv 1 llvan, of
Hiawatha. Kas., thought that the Western
writers were too selllsh to assist In the es
tablishment of a Wi stern m.igizlne.
.Mis. H.ittie Peeler, of Sev trance, Kns.,
read a clever poem entitled ' If Toil Must
A welt tout romnnce, ren 1 b) Mr. C S
Cr)ser, of Kansas Clt), closed the after
The evening's programme did not begin
until ft o'clock, when the exercises opemsl
with the leading ot .1 paper bv Professor
11. D. Phillips, of Kansas City, on the sub
ject, "Does Fiction IMinato'"
Tho writer proceeded along conventional
lines until he started Into a, ills, u-sion of
the evils of fiction wilting ns upidli d to
education. Up to this time Professor Phil
lips had spoken of various authors, ranging
mini inu siory 01 jaiK the cii.int Killer
through the works ot Dickens and other
great educational authors, but whin ho
began the discussion of that phue of liter
ature which Injures rather than benefits
he proceeded In a blttir excoriation of Du
Mniiiler's"Trllb)" and llnrd)'s "Tens il'fr
bevllle's," condemning these works ns un
lit for the oimg to read. He mged that
the lovers of the pure In literature blaik
liall such publications and dlscourat-e Du
Maurler. Zola and Hard) from getting a
foothold In this country.
v nen mis paper was mrown open for
discussion Mrs Hryou Sherry was quickly
on her fiet and In a vlgnious spot 1 h de
fended "Tess," dei Inrlng thnt this book de
served a rank with the IHble. "There nro
tvvo kinds of education, ' said Mrs Sheiry.
"one Is the veibd education that savs that
)outh must not know the bid and must
11 id only the vvoiks that treat of the beau
tiful. Until mi children can h. r.-ilsoH nn.
Ier the celestial dome 1 want ihem to read
sum hooks as inese ami narn what Is good
and pure bs reading such hooks tint truly
depict life" One or two other ladles ably
sninnded the remarks of Mr Sherr). and
Mi. Shiarm.in submitted a few n marks ns
in 1111 itinritsiiu leantres cu me two books.
Walt Mason, formeil) a Kansas news
paper nun, but now of Htntilce, Neb.,
lead an oiiglnal poom entitled, "Tho Set
enee of Waiting,"
He was followed by Hoger Cunningham,
of Kansas City, who talked Interestedly of
art lie told of ihe oitlsi Iteardsley, who
procured his Ideas from the Japanese. The
American artists adopted Heardsley and
in time outstripped their teacher and now
outclass tho Japanese, from whom Henrds
ley learned. Mt. Cunninginm had a large
number of vbws that he exhibited,
W II. ('line, of the Hast Side Literary
Society, read a pleasing production entitled
"The Millennium a Dream," and a pleas
Irg short Action story entitled "ftnh hi
Miss l.lla Cqwan, colsed the evening's pro.
The sessions will continue through to.
da), concluding with a musical and liter,
ar) pioKrarnme this tyenlnsr.
Tiinni: ahi: Tiiitnn ".nop.s" on tur
HAI.l.iiTS port Tll.n.W'3 KU'CTION
SL'ItATC'll THKM ALU
A itpi't iii.k: lio.vn i!mii:ii.
that I.lttlo I'tiriuiK.i i:xi'ri inent Not 11
Honit Konj;, Juno 5, Tho republic of
rormos.i has collapsed, its president has
escaped from tho island and the fprelgners
rc-sldlns there are In safety. The Chinese
forces in the northern part of the uiand
liecume illioreanUed at tho approach of
the Japanese troops and the soldiers of the
president of the republics Joined the mob
In rlotlnp. looting nnd tmrnlnc the irovern
meat buildings ut Tapeh I'u and Hobe.
VVHe inul lliitli nut Ciiiiiuilt Sultiii,,
fialcna, Kas, Juna 5. (Special.) Dtlln
Diiulelk, who committed sultldo uhout tvvo
OK" nvii- tins jjutcv u)- siiooiinir.vvas
followed by her husband, Isom Daniels
)esterd.iy, They were married lsg than a
)eur uiro. rhe but 15 and he 111 )ears of ugv
it In claimed their )ouni married life had
not been happy. Daniels claimed to have
..in tiaiui.s ui ins wut- ever aint e fier
death whioh vvorked upon his mind until
lie shot himself through the heart.
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H. J, St P.ml-i have numb sensillon
In the soles of my feet and In the en i of
my fingers upon Awakening; what would
be a good remedy?
Take Uerebrlne, extract of the brain. In
three drop dosca on tho totiRiic, three
'J. T y'- rieaso mention a remedy which
will help In restoring health In nn over
worked clcrg)inan; my heart notion I not
Take Oardlne, extract of the heart, In
three drop dose on the tongue three Units
Dr. I). What wouM bo a good remedy
for it pntlrnt surferlng with piles? There
Is a congcMed stale of the lower bowel.
Natrollthlc Silt, In teaspoonful doss. dl
solved in one-half tumbler of water after
It. T, Kansas city, Mo.-l am In nrt
editorial oillce. nm overworked, and feel
nervous nnd tired most of the time. Please
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drop doses, three times dally.
Miss t: I nm frenurntl) troubled with
dlzidtitss when I toop; thero is more or
less constipation assoedted with the
Take Natrollthlc Sail, a teaspoonful ills
solved In n half tumbler of water nttcr
meals, every third or fmirlh da).
Captain D.,, Santa Pe, N. M.-t cannot
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ge-st a telnedy,
Pebrlclde pills, one morning nnd oven
H. V. I have been a sufferer from nerv.
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gest n treatment.
Take Cerebrlne, extract of tho brain, In
three drop doses on tho tongue, threo times
I. It. For .Jour heiirnlgla nn ei-clIent
remedy would be Febrlclde pills, otv, two
or three times dally.
M. I. I nm a school teacher, nnd suffer
from nervous headache. What would ben
Cerebrlne, ertrnct of the brain, In thrco
urop uoses, uiree times iianv.
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101) West Klgbtli st.
sin: snmi: m:it mind.
Hut She Didn't Knott Nbe Was Talking to
Chicago Times-Herald' When the car
stopped at Monroe and Dearborn stieots a
stout, matronly looking woman, with her
aims full of bundles, got on. She dropped
one of the bundles as she did so, antl an
other pottl) female picked it up for her;
their i)es met, and a confused look of
recognition came Into thein.
"It's, a nice day," tentatively lemarked
the womnn who had picked up the bundle.
"Vo, Indeed. I declare, )onr tace i.s so
familiar, I must have met jou bome
"That's, Just what I was thinking. At
chun h, ma) be, or iome kind ot a meet
"Yes, or a funeral. Say, I believe It was
at Mis. Walkei's funetal, on State meet "
"So It was: 1 haven't seen )ou since.
.neeii in tee ine vvniKers laiei) '
"No. 1 haven't My muse gill up nnd
left me, and 1 haven't had a mlnule'H time
"That's too bad I've got a good one
now, I tell ou. Why, I don't even havo
to hide the novels when I go out and leavo
her with the chlldien."
"Well, keep her close. Mine was a good
one, and well contented, too; but one dav
when she was out a woman I won't call
hfcr a lady, not If hhe vvoie lace and dia
monds peistiaded hrr nwny. She was
wearing n dress and cap and anion, i got
her so she'd look neat, and that woman
liked her ho well that she offered her a
place at CO cents a week more than 1 was.
giving her; yes and told her theie wns a
barber shop right around the corner Horn
"Von )ou don't say so? Why. those flow
ers In that "tore nre lovelv! .Mrs Walker
got some elegant ones at her funeral, didn't
"Indeed, she did. The girl up and left me
that night. If jou see nny of the Walkers
tell them I've been too busy to call, and,
say, Just tell them how 1 lost thnt good
nure girl I often told them I had "
"I I don't often see them m) self. Quite
a cool tpell vvo'vo had, wasn't It?"
"Ye. Jndeisl. And, would you believe It,
that girl didn't want to leave the dress I'd
given her, ond said It wouldn't lit the new
glri. anyhow. 1 told her that I'd make It
"M'hm! I hope the fruit Isn't hurt
"I hope not. Did von ever hear of such
a mean trick na thu womnn did? Mrs
Hlggeis, her name ii., and if ever 1 lay
e)es on her I'll tell her Jtifct what My, do
vou get on nere; you live a long w.i)
from when, I thought )ou did "
Ah she settled back In her seat she said
to the )Oiing woman with her, "Nice lady.
Isn't she" I'd have Introduced )ou, but I
couldn't Just rememlwr her name, though
It seemed right on the tip of my tongue.
Let me see, it begins with a H Well,
decline! If It wasn't that verv Higgers
woman hertelf, sine as jou live!"
And glam Ing back they saw the portly
female fanning herself with a newtpaper.
while the waited for the next car.
London World: "All the symptoms, doe
tor, )ou say. of hay fever' Hut how,"
asked nn Indian armv chunlnln or nm.
haunted ecclesiastical views, when return
Iiik to Cnuland on loin; leave, "can one
possibly Ket hay fever In mldocean'f"
"I dun't know." replied the doctor. "Hut
we have several Brass widow, on board,
and you havs been a good deal In their so.
iiitiup iin-is hv -tviuis.
Port Scott, Kas.. Juno S (Special.) The
funeral of A. II. KuuU. who died from .1
stroke of apoplexy. Tuesday, was held
here to-day under the nupees of the A.
O U, W. and the remains sent to Hoon.
III. Jlo., his formtr home, for burial.
Port Tovvnsend, Wish. June 5 Profcs.
sor Nash, chief of the llrltish educational
bureau n India, and hii-baml of a Hindoo
princess. Jumped overboard from the s earn,
er City of Topeka a few miles noith of
Queen Charlotte sound last .Monday and
was drowned, Tho body was not recov.
Constantinople, June 6 In a dispute
here to-duy between a Turkish oltirer and
the olllcers of a French steamer reuard
Inu b.tck'une. tho former drew nu .unr.i
anil wounded one of the lYench olllcers.
The Turkish olllcer was arrested. The
French embassy promptly demanded satis
faction from the Turkish kov eminent and
the latter attreed that the Turk should be
tlieit 11 tue lentil law.
l.rle, Pa., Juno E. Hy the premature ex
plosion of a dynamite cartridge, to be used
In u. water works excavation, .this after
noon, Charles Harrity was Instantly killed,
his body betas manuled In a terrible man
ner, and Jason I.athrop was severely In
jured, William Dawry. sSelfert Juluke. An
ionlo Iledlind and John liedllnd uer alao
badly Injured. The cartridge which explod
ed contained twenty-live iiound of dyna
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