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TIIK tCVXSAS CITY JOURNAL, PATt'IlDAV, JCL 20, WM
STARTED OUT WITH VICTORY
llt.l I HflN I I' 1 lll-llt ItOMI! KKUlr.S
IV V .UM'H MM MANMH.
llucliey Wit In Ihf lint fur tliB ItnttrnltlU,
Imi Ho Srt lnir lln Any limit
fur Ibn llinr--other W-t-
r-n T MRU" Name.
- Mite were (rr''' w"h n Mletflf
r, i'!y Inrite attrnilttni c on thelf flrM f-
iii no jfM'nlay after thetf Mieofut
-, Ihe KiiueM! rill, s of the tnpit.
v iciebMtcd their return hrtnw by win-
n n wwy fwhion from Trtfe Haute,
i t Huglity hnM fol- the nm time In
iv I.--1 city, ami winning by core of
u n s
1 ii'tny MtiRhey hrt ftlwujm been hoodoo
;.. t'i." lilii-c h retefore, nm they hv
rally bwn b.ttrh wlswt he cleplwl
in box, bwt hmK won n name from
ii In Terfe Hfl ! nil dln'iivered ttwtt
w i polhie t t boat him, they
M nt him fi iv v.tetday and In
rl four It. i i- I hi. the result of the
i liajond dot.
i ii- K wn in the i" e for th Hlur and
1 i Ind a ftoort, utea.'y Rnmo of ball all
t l mo. nutidde of the eeventh InntftR,
In : ih the vlniotn made four hit nnd
ti nmi, nil they roi In the tjktpe, tHey
oi iv made four m'Atlered hits Sit KIM.
1 u n, limes nnd Kinsman did the beat
I , whll Nichol, Connotiirhton.flfhle-
I k ind Connor etrrlr I off the fielding
- Tho itnine wan quickly and sharp.
v i wi1, and doftpltct the fail that the
h took A winning lad early In the o
i. waa a r-ty interesting one.
v ' n Jimmy Manning stpppod to tho
r ,nin tho first Inning ho ww greeted
v. ui a heavy round of well merited ap-
Iliighcy could not get them over
i Jimmy walked to first. Bergen hit
ulu 'or two buses, but tried to Uretth
0 i. three banger, running Mnnnlng
i ml bane, und Jlmrnv was catiirht on
' mid run duw-n. I'onnaushton wtc-
1 from lemml to tlrst nnd ltergoit
the ttrt run of the name.
Hie IhiiJ the Illuef ndded two runs
i Ii Fcoru. Hirtion led oft vslth n clev-
nit nnd KlinK was sent to firnt on
Manning moved both runners up
h Kh a kih rlll e nm1 Itert-en stnii-k
I t C'uiiniuKfhti.n's hard drive to ccn
v.ut both Hi rnon and Klitig acrusa
i tut fourth lnnlnr the ttliies riveted
i inch on the buiih by plllns up four
Kinsman, Nl. hut nnd Hiittlnld rap-
" it ele.ui bits In rapid nuiceMlon.
n natrllliei nd Kilns went out on
1 to Uo.ieh, iifl.r whleh Manning
In two runs with n single, taklns
1 on the throw to tho platft and
; on a hit by Bergen. This mado
k'l runs to win the same, but to make
I mensure the Hluei addetl two moro
llfth on hits by Uines und Klusman,
lis by Klehol and Itutlield and a
l.y 1 lemon.
i visitors scored In but one Innlnpr nnd
i w ih the seventh. In that Inning Wod-
i onnor and Jtoach cracked out lilts
i -n esslon. Hinrhey hit to Ilattleld,
w ilnew to MnnniiiK for a double piny,
I ilmmy let the ball get away from him
a tie visitors scored threo runs. In
r ,,f the otr r Innlnss the visitors were
r i i in regular order without a chance
AD. R. IB Sit PO. A E
Mn 'fng 2b :i 1 1 n 2 S 1
I r . c S 1 ? 1 i 0 0
.i i, uiKhton, ss.4 0 10 2 10
l . , rf 5 12 0 3 10
Kl v-nmn. 11 A 2 2 0 0 10
N ,1. cf 3 1 1 I ( n 0
H in Id, Kb 3 110 2 10
H n,..n. If 3 12 0 0 0 1
lv, rg, p 3 10 0 0 3 0
Tr'lU M 1 S 1 S 15 1
ab, n. in sh in. A E
P h .heck, ss.. ..4 0 0 0 0 0 0
., k- If 3 0 10 2 0 0
It - n in. 3b 4 0 10 2 4 1
i. ' ihcr. rf 4 0 0 0 11 0
i !-. ., lb 4 0 1 0 IS 0 0
' ec. cf 4 12 0 10 0
i 2b 4 1 1 ft 1 H 0
i ,. c 4 12 0 4 10
II , r, p 4 0 0 0 0 3 0
t mi, ..is 1 "s lr i?' w 1
- le by innings:
V, 'n City 1 024 2 0000-0
i . Haute 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 03
i i ; . d runs Kansas City, 7; Tcrre
K . 1.
I . base hits Rergen, "Weddine.
i. r Hi e bits M-innlns, Connaughton,
N i .1, Hatfield. Hernon.
'i iHn plab Hlnes to Kinsman to Man
r tM-hlebcek to Connor to Carney.
i i 's on balls -Off Kllng,2; off Uughey.2.
s r i k out By KUng, 3; by Hughey, 1.
1 .v , d ball-Tton:h.
of Ramel 50
I n i i re ilcDc rinott.
PITCHER FmCKEN SIGNED,
I.iinKir Mniinlufc 1 1'repirliiB for Any
I iniTsciicy -lllues I'lny With Torro
Haute Again To-day.
niuiH will play the second name of
' ui-s with Tcrre Haute thin aftor-
ui 1 th-v expect to win It. for they
In tin Ir business Just at present.
PanicK will be in the box for the
l mil Hoar will do the pitching for
II j ientut. The Blues regard Clear as
i ingest of tin Terrt? Haute pitchers
ii y exrio- - i ' i im jut the same,
in I'd M 1 o'clov-k.
v ir . u.u all the bos re
p i.ti over the wav
tin- front, and tf .
i I inmnt tn ein i . t
i tliat tlit-y - -
ii ii'i', and - t i
'I in i oil" i !
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p i' n lie u i
ie .hi ari .. ik
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A lii nil i nt
M i I.-, ii ii,
it i Ji n ' i lis
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t Ii ilk i; I'
ll II i a 111
t b' el Ii to
II 1 I IIKIIU htlin.ltiii;
vv..keu , ,,,,.,.....
I mi , .,3I
ipol'i , ,,,,,,,31
' Haute , ,35
i IW.4 .....??
MlnnHapnll, SO; DotrnU, 0.
m .inoapollg, Minn., July 19, Score:
M rneipollg ,.0 0 i I 1 t ! 1 t Jii ai 'l
t . unit o o 5 o i o o usfo 1
I'.itterles Minneapolis, l-'rautr and
.-iaua; Petrol'. Johtmon and Twlnehum.
it, V.iul, 0; Indlunnpullii, I,
St pm, Minn.. July .-Saou:
n it k
St Paul .. ....0 0 0 0 000 Mil
Ii 'iieiipoUs ..0 0 I ; 0 t 0 0 U4 6 4
I uti ricn-Si i'aul, Juhnson and ttovle;
I ji .napulls, Fischer Ami M'-Fsiland.
VlllHHUlli.e. Mi (irmid Ilaplds, !,
Ii.,v4uke, Win., July 19. Soor:
M l.v.iukoe . ... liOtUSOOSOOO 2-8 10 6
Ui ana lUpId ..atuluSUlOOO i- 13
iatierte-MllwilJe, Baker and 8olo;
(iiand ItapiO. Stafford gd Wo8.
National l.igiijile Mau.llui;,
jiH.-nire , ,,.,., ja
iuid , 4a
1 Vur "if" '
i in. .ui.ati ,,,, i
' i i, ai ,,,.., ,,,,.,. 37
'h aJ ,.,.,,., ...,,,,,,,,,,,43
P'Hi.t lelphU , 37
. Yurk M
I i .OKI 1U i
V i-lllllglOtt ,..,,
- l."Ul .,.,,. ,,,,, .
1, .i.villu ,. ,
lliiilim, fi; ClilivaKii, :i.
Hotou to-duy'k sauif. Iat ,,,1
-; .in tonic Bteai woi 111 to HI1,
h- Pecker and iaviig led the batting.
ndunce, I Ouu. ticurfti
igo.. . 10 0 0 1 0.0 1 0- 3 10 3
'uii. . . 0 0 0 12 3r0 0 & H 3
lit rU-f'hivaao, Hut. hfoa and Kit-
., , liostou, Hiilllvao and Jt.vai.
Phil tilt Iphla, 7-tl: I'llUl.uifc-, ,1 fi
JpttUbarg, l'a.,Jul- W'ih. lnnu tyuia
i i ago. in., July i.iw Judgment In
mn baes kifct Ihj Uolta at )tat two
- 4fttl tblr thrnt tiMilly uriois ch
i.tcd for a tally for IM onnoslttoii ami
net hit ths hull, wliil th Milliidrlphli
fn.ml It oafly nti I often, tnkmg botti
nm-. Ih th seeond nm HAft Wind
nrt'r th fifth Innlnu Forelhnn took hi
piin e nnd howe.i up in Roml fOMTI, Attond.
an. i , S,ST. Score T'lrst rm
nttsbufg 5 i j o $ ; o J -LS r;
l'hl!d"lphln. S 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 6-7 W J
naileries-rittsburiir. tlnrdner and Mer
rill ; I'minueipniBi ioji"r nm ,u'iuciiiff
It 11 ft
rvui.k,.x AlnnAltA t:, n
RiWlPhl." I 9 0. 0 1 n-9 1 .'
ButtPrlerv-rittsbflrsr, ItaM, Jtftremnn nnd
Sugdeni rhitndelphm, Cnrsy nd CVm-
ehtff, "ii -
ii, t,rmi, ii iitMnieiflm t.
. t lul, Mo, iy 19 - the ftMns, bv
heavy battlfie. won the first of tho erle
of game to-dny from the flMmtors b n
Wore of 18 to 4 Tkil Was knocked out In
the tlrt Innlhg, and wi succeeded b
Btoekdale, who fared tittle belter. IlanO
maer was Injured In th" fifth Ihntng nnd
had to retire. The ts m . . .
tt II H.
Ixml ,.... 0 n n S 0 fl S-i" ' 1
Vnh1nrton. .onoanjon i i : k
Itatlerles St trills, Ht'ilc in I M i r.
'flshlngtuti, Ilos. 1, Pti.iklale and M
HeUlHMil, fl: llrimklyn. i.
rievetand, O., July 1! CleVelind Is keep
In Up its strong work With the tl k II
Won the game from Kroi.kljn in the fourth
inning. Bcore: R H K
Cleveland. ..,.21030000 -- ll I
llrooklyn 3 o n o o n o 1 a-1 21 3
nirvrinnd, Wilson and ZlmimT; Urooklyn,
Daub nnd tlrim.
Itiillllliorc. i Cltielnnntl, I.
Cincinnati. O.. July ID. KrroM lost lo
dny'a game for the Reds. At ten lime a.W.
8coM,s n ii k
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 1 ft 0 0 o-t 7 !
UiUtimore o o n t I 1 n n -2 i o
t'inclnnnll. Foreman and YiuKhn; llaltl
inore, Hemming and Itobinson.
Xew Votk, 10) JaiuHvltte, 8
Louisville, Ky., July 19 ryle's good
balling- won the game for the Uirtnts to
div. The Colonel rallied In the sevenih,
but New York won out 4m tho r,lnth. At
teiidame 300. Score! ..... ... -Louis
lllf .. ..1 0 1 0 fl 0 J 0 o-.J'1, 5
New- lork.. ..20301010 3 10 II 3
Ioulsvllk, MrIrmott and Warner; Ntw
York, Clarke and I'arrell.
Velnl Aiitl.itlon tlrtliiei.
Qulney, ill., July l -Cjulney, Tt PeorlM.
tunaha, Neb., July 19. Omaha, 3; St. ,Io-
Ifici Moines, tn., July 13. nes Jtolnes, IS;
Ja'ckon''llle, III., July 19. Jacksonville,
26; Ituekfonl. 8.
iiitltlloril f.itgun Uiiuiev ,
Mobile, Ala.. July 19,-lIoblle, Cj Ka?i-.
vine. o. .
Atlanta, Qa., July 19. Atlanta, fl; Kvani-
.Mo'ntgotn''r. Ala., July 13. Montgomery,
3; l.tttlc Rock, 2.
"Kid" Melinl- In the City,
I'ltcher Charley Nlchol, of the ttoaitons,
has run home to spend two or three daya
whllQ the team Is in Chloatco. He Willi re
main hero until to-morrow night, when
he will leaxe to join the team In St. Iiouls,
where he will pitch the opening Kame on
Monday. Nichols nay the league race
Is the prettiest on record and that any one
of tho Urat nine teams still hiis n chance
to win. He la of the opin'on that none of
the Western trtn v. will be In it at the
ilnl.sh, which he thinks will b between
Boston and Kultlmore. Chailev had n
busy day yeaterday huklng hands Willi
hcliiuclcr tin to Nevada.
The Schmelzers go to Nevada, Mo , Sat
urday nlirht, where they play the NevudU
lied Ttlrds on Sunday. The following play
ers are lequestcd to rcjmrt at the union
depot nt (1:45 p. m. Siituida; Wood, Oli
ver. M-'DIll, Knst. ShumJ-cr, liuddleson,
James, Mc.Monnmln and Knjburn.
The Models will plnv th. Hulls at Vic
Itov park. Armourdale. Sunday, at 2:30
o'clock. Wlngert and Klraiey take notice.
Kuiki City Itoirllnt; Club.
At the roll of the Kansas Clivs on the
Grand alleys yesterday Hd l.aiflhert won
the medal In class A and A. A. Weaver In
class B. The- scores;
Strikes. Spares. Total.
C. E. l,amberl S 16 fill
H. D. Farley 7 IB 509
c. W. Taylor 8 is a
T. C. Bell. 11 S 471
W. II. Nichols 8 17 413
A. A. Weaver... S Hi liS".
J. H. Herson 9 H WU
r. c. Herman 11 'i M
.1. KllU-k...., 9 10 4".
O. M. Mason.,., o 10 113
Rmnil Iliuvllni; Club.
The folIOwlHK scnri'S were mnile bv the
Orand Bowling Club on the Umnd alloys
Strike-. Span s. Total.
W. L. Kendrlck I". it not
It. Si, Jordan tr, l.t iT.1
i 1, ('rider n n Kit
It. Franklin 7 li 4IHI
C. Curtis V. 4'i2
ti. W. eiif i'l !i H 4W!
C. Piotrlev ,; ti I7S
II. G. CI. Ik 4 5 411
vvihI.iI llnirlhii; t lull,
At t' ri M "t the Socials on th. Kmnl
alleys I ,i i i.-lit, th. fullo-Alng muH wire
Hirlkes. Hp in Total
Oeo- I ifhr It 1- M
J. ) 1 !. II iM
Jol 111 ... .K. " '.M
n M it 7 :
W I . V. ". .'ii
Hi I m 1! I'll
W . ii 3 tic
I ml uT the arntoi;a Hegatta.
F , V Y. July 31 Tin- rfR.ilt i
1 lb, Nlltliinill XB-ni illlKm uf
-mi ii Hill, crlinpii Kd at Kiirn
'llilll.MH tiy tile rowilllr I'l
i i ii lii the i uloi binah &. ulK
i . I Hie Toronto Row hit; 'lu)i
Hid H, M. Imwill, ut the
i h i Ii of Che- it'll. M.u I-
w t I i w i- i ' Ui.v wilt, i a
1 v M 'I I Hlljll
i'i ti 1 i ai th,
i 1 1 va ll .,, u, n, ,1 hi-, umii
il I-. 'rh r'lii. Hp-u.'ui ivav
i '! tin n, lilt on v.utjrhii -
' im i lie i mn lion Mp uti 1 1,
i mile th. . imi, nits utie
W VI Sh. tl'dell the ('lllt'lM 1U
I I FlluK. .11 .1 led II lilv-h tho
i twn briuttih Time. 9. 10
tleij.irdnl im n Hlnff,
1 fuH I'i Th ino . m nt
ii ' f .'b-'t-l'its-lniiiii ns 'Ijjit
i,i ' i i iii-i,.ai ..( at 1 1 ill -.f
i 1 '. ' upon 'n th - . i j ,i ,,
bl ' '" "1 Pan Stuar' of li.
C V i I t Club. It i tliuiiuht llki Iv
I 111 V 111 tin b-l lll.ll lll',-ilKHI
I 10 I I ll Until ill Pa'ia-
v i -I'jrt, iii BiieukiiM of th..
I i r at bluff Ui it Pan Smut
U il. . I", Dallas pi p, I ill
UK . i . llht takf pile h. i v, tuit
iiib.i I i ! .H iMllm- Bill h.ivi- ii Hm-
art u l in id, md ti" inf.ii ti, si -i
ur inia ii ai. ih. Iiilia- p. a li l',. i
'he Hs,lit i i - ins t b in i'n0' vi th
hU most 6di, ,1111113 fxpi, tatiuu-. '
Palla l ill. 'ii. ProtiKt.
Iiollas, Tex., July 39. one of the larccst
mttlin, ever h.dd In Dalla wa.-. aaseii,
bled at the Coipmeril.il lub rojnw at
in. for the purjKike uf lalllni; out an
expression of opinion and pr.it ,t
Ihk aBaiiml the prup sl '. niuvins uf ihi
'orbett-Ii'ltssiniinoi,K unhi tiout Dalian ta
UlvtfKion. 'ihe tn ulnw was cuiipow I
of ovir 300 prominent i nizen-, merthaut-,,
property owuim lawveri., rti .
Resolution!, were adopted pomtlnK nut
th ndvantasjis tli.it will result to Pa.lla-i
nd the tat if It ot urs heTe. A ooinm't
le 0t twenty was npp ilntst to f onti r Willi
the county utll lais. with retraid tu Hit K
Uttlity of tun irupv.d nhL.
'I'ouitor lijna and Yuiuf CaUe.
gyrcui.e, N. Y., July 19. Tomhiy ij in
bus bten niati h-! i -v furson lUvieu to
right tmty-ni I'cmds with Young Coi
bett, I he ttijht b. h. Id within kix ne.-k
of the algliUlg of aukl.B, the (lien iu wUgh
in on the untuu nn of the tittht ai IU
puiiuds. Pavii-a Invt Uepotiltii 4 foif.lt,
und ftyan has ,i-ii acceptaree of th
tt-rnis Th Ktaki ' i 1 be $l,ww a side the
purse prohubl (.' mi. The Uuht will bo
pulled off at H'.-t.in pro I'hn. u pp near
one of thoie ,'ltb it il lor the welter
iUaitvd a lolUu-e fin t'nrll.t,
Oalvtikon. T s . July ltwu)im A,
Brady, tm.imK.-r f ji itorttetl, tooy orderei
uu aem to in t 1 ix rixitn cottaa on tb
Umb f'jr 'hi n , CortiftM id Party, to
be Octupifd lioju utubtNT I WtU t ttshl
TU cook should hv ttk JinjMit things
to work with and tb fcgyuT fTkIn Vaw
d.r Is not only ill llftwft. 'htjI'iU SjSt
economical to use, Ltcautu It icon so much
T. u . rt .j urrk
At jour U'jjr ttry mornlnr.
ONE FAVORITE IN FRONT,
i au ti ii l I'liim tt tctiss In pick
lid tilt; unnI:iin tmtnitiuv.
I he Truck Wn t.ntnpy nnd Slow t'rnm the
Rain nnd form tonld Nut Jto V&
nted tin 'l rtittlhg mill Ittinnlni:
The ient did hot MM iflkny oppoftunl
ti.s v.siirday to moiip the Ilea loee
of Thursday, only one neUml favorite tuc
i... .1 f In getting home first, thoiiRh lii-ld.
lii i, i . winner of the Mojnnd race, wont
in i1 put on ev. n terms with rautette,
l in,! i i, kid down from & to I at the pn
iiiK in i to 1 at thu poM, Whilo rallWlte
w. ' t i rrom .1 to 5 to S to 1. Serf, IB the
ill i ii c. was tho Winning favorite, but
he v ild Pot lime landed Hie money bad
Ji.tit i Pa is put up a good ride on Mit
diuii i which llni-lied second. He Went to
sle.p in the sii.i.h when he appeared to
hi win- IriR eai-ll.i, and nHoweil Serf to Slip
up oi- tie" iimhi, mid beat him out,
i w Stninss and Busle V, wero the fa
iritis fur the third race, but Strauss never
nit a timite in tho race, whlrh was won
b 11' n Wilson at to 1, and the bent Stlslo
I . ii ild do was third. In the foutth race
tin lap nt selected Monk Overton and Joe
f ii itmy ns the favorites. The race went
to i ttlin, thltil i hoke, nt 1 to 1, with Court-
I I v third, nnd Monk Overton nowhere. Tor
tht tifth iaie Major Iirippa wns tho iiost
fav.ni'e nt 8 to t, but he got o(T absolutely
li.'i .i ii.) after making up a lot of ground,
viuv- 1 1 ati n a. neck hy Momtis, The JudRes
did i nt Ilk'" the looks of the betting on
Mijimis, and they look Itelff off and put J.
Havli-' on to tide him, Tliero Is n. feud be
tiMiti raid Ji nklns. the lornn r owner of
Mima, vvhh h was boUKht out of a selling
hi'e, nnd the .vieCnITertys, and Jenkins Is
running tin evtiy one of tlielr hoises that
win Yesterday he ran Surf up aKi, and
Mnnius the rami' amount, the Mei'atTertys
biiviiitf ihdr hi)irs In both times.
The tt!nk wav Itirtipy nnd clow from the
ruin "l tho niurniug, and tho attendance
was not up to the average, which was
lai k, Iv due to tho fact that the Hlues have
n turned home.
The opening race was nt five furlomrs
for ': jeui-ulits and Fur was Installed an
a nun faorltn, wltti quite a good piny
on Mtnlonitii, which ruled os second choice.
Si rf aoI ivviuy in front, with Madonna sec
ond, ninl this was the ordi r to th- iiarter,
win n Madonna forged to the front and led
utitll mar tho finish, wlieic Johnnv Davis
Bui ii .l tu so lo Sleep, allowing Self, under
vIkohi'.ib ptinlshnunt, to Kt uji and win by
a. neck hi tho last few strides Ulanche
Kern was third, a head In f out of l'annie
Tho second race wna At five and a half
furlongs, and when tho betting opened the
iinoK niniio I'Hiueiie suen a noi invonie
that it "ifmeil as If there was no hanco
for anything else to win. In a few minutes
tin ri i urn ui. h a plunw on i;il.i;.t that
her pih i was forced down ftom 8 to 1 to 2
to 1, while Paillette's price reod d to tho
same tlRiir. t the stmt, lleirf nlmt Bud
get to the front, und she showed the way
for the entire Journey. Paillette was so
ond to the hulf, where Hecholeo camo with
a Cleat rush and alt but nipped Bridget
out, the latter winning by it fccnnt nose.
Sir Ch ivies finished third
Tor the tlilrd niLC. nt five and a half fur-loni-'s
!us Strauss und Susie V. were equal
fiuoiitfs at 2 to 1 when the field went to
tho post. Susie V. was the lender at the
start, with Mamie S second and Hen -Min
third. At tho quarter the order was
Gun-Strauss, Susie V. and Hen Wilson, but
at the half Ren Wilson ran Into the lead,
and wis not nfterwatds headed, vvlnulnn
hardily bv a length. Hill Arp came verv
fiiht at tho end. and (secured the place
fmm Susie F.
The fourth raeo was nt seven furloncs,
nnd Menk Overton was the choice of the
speculator, with Joe Courtney and Cntlln
next In demand. Monk Overton showed In
front nt the start, but before the quarter
was reach! d Cntlln rarod Into the lead and
won insllv. with Hnskell. a Ion? shot, sec
ond nnd Joe Couitney third
Tho Inst i ace was nt six furlongs, with
Major Drlpps tho post favorite. When
the flag fell Momus and Rmperor nillet
were off In front and Major Drlpp was
Inst. Momus nnd Billet made the runnini;
to the stretch, where ttlllet fell back, beat
en, nnd Major lirlpps, havlni? made up a
lot of ground, Joined issue with Momus,
but could not quite net up, being benten
a ncik with The Clown, an outsider, third.
First race Five fnrlongs; 2-vear-oIds A.
'C. .TircOaffcrty's Serf, b p., Harry OTallon
-r-Vlrfelul.i Kinney, 98 pounds (Mason), 3 to
fi, won; Madonna. 100 (J. Pa vis), 4 to 1,
second: Blanche Kein, 'i" ItSellTi, 6 to 1,
third. Time, V0S. Winchester. Limbo. Hat
tie Thaer. Fannift Hunt and Mrs. S also
Si eond raceFive and one-hnlf furlonps.
.1. stiodi's I1rlfKct, b.m., S, Puke of Moni
tor - Little Slstorlv, 93 pounds (Heirn, l' to
1. null. Him hoi eo, "it (Masonl, S to 1, second;
Si- ("lull.-, 301 (J. Dnvlh). 0 to 1, third.
'I Inv. 1 !! Arthur Davis, Wild Ih-iar,
Lfiinilul-i, Krate, IJillle Travis and I'aul
c ! il- . ran
Thhd i i' e r-Flve and one-half furlonw.
.1 c. Ti Ki t's Hen Wilson, bc.a, SprlnK
tlill K-ilvv iifl pounds (J. Pavis), fi to 1,
w.iii. Hill Mp W tSevler), S to 1. second;
Sii-n- I". '! (Muon, ! to 1, third. Time,
I ll VI null. 8., milestone, Ous Strauss
in. t Alva. iNi nil.
I'.iuitli i lu -S. ven furlonus. P Waldo's
C.nllii .'l,i a.. Cvmbnl The Cat, 121
j.'.iip i- ct Kill I to 1, won, Haskell, 121
(W W I'll inn) 1" to l, seond: Joe Court
m v UI fill e). " to 1, thli ' Time. 1:3S.
A Ilk. n, (inn Hopper, Adellnn, Vnledk
i u v La Orlppc, Jli.nk Overton and John
II ,iNj ran.
KiPh mn -Slf furlongs. Charles Mc
ciiff'i' Momus be, 1. Lefrctta Miss
i) ,vi ml. "n pounds fJ Davis), 7 to 2,won;
Jlilur Pript". 114 (M-Inlvre), S to 5, sec
ii 1 Th. ch.wn, I'll (Pro.kett). 30 to 1,
thirl. T tin 1 ." Imp. i or ltillet, K A.
1 c i T' ii.inir, '1 irnmy Archer and Belle
T. also tan.
Kolrles for Tn-ilay Rnrrs,
T"P will In- hl (.-..id races on th card
f.ir ni-'.iy. 'll.c tntiii-t and weights arc as
Kit -1 i ' Civ. hthn of a mile; aelt
!n P. I" Umii, '. Madonna, 91: Pins,
mi P ii fo imi,. i(D; Strl, 95; Hill
1 iivvil! ''n. Snuwsll ' i"i,
S . 11 I 111 Tin c-iiuarters of n mllei
1 lli'ur t .1111 In Te." The Ipel, 100, Hlmo,
l".i. iKi-"- T-tvler, 10.1; Lucy Clarke,
Imi p. II Tn, li'.', 1. lace, 102, Craft, 102;
L- unit 'i '"-
'I 'i ' I i 1 .- Nine ivtfenth of a. mile;
si llm-, Wild Ii a r, 'C; Bird Pobson, Ml;
lti 11 Hn"l-ei in.' Ciui-ie Anderson, 85;
P v P01, ': Pi K, TvHi; blroik, 100; Kan
in 'In! W.
In illi ra. - I'lvi-AlKhthK of a mile;
I ' 11 nmuiv 112, Klncr Craft, li;
l.i. I .t, la,, ,1 .'ill P., W Ulijh Uoniibe,
II , m .uii Mlik lu; Thuiman. 107; Misa
! I ',. I.u v I Miy 1a7.
'1 I. rai 'in,, mil, , v.pii(ntr, valodlc.
i.u. IIP 1 inn In W.sIr, wood, It"; Mttle
N,i. lei J Ulv .-luhdirbind. 111; The Clown,
1,' ) -.'it., , !:, linvlivviiy. HI; Major
li ,. .- "I Cillln. P,
l h i'i i:h Vcn-Hlxuenth of a mile;
- hi; nr. en Prewltt, KC, rjus Strauss,
IT i,.iilu k 10" Murphy, 102; Post Boy,
i' . . , 1 ,r H,, ItJ. Pa Utippo, 102; Iug-
1. '! .VV, IW.
The Real Tet Tnutay.
N iv Yf.rk July 13 -The raceg which will
1 mil,.) oif the liirhtshliw to-morrow and
MimUj, It Ih .iHrced, will he the first regl
tilnt hit mill the micveasfnl Defender of
thi Aim 11. as cup in tho "D3 races, the Vig
t'.iut ami the new sloop Derender, which
iv In lu i on at pre-ent as being Jn nil prob.
ah liij ih. uuh which will Uphold Atnerl
1 .1 1 v,m htiujr l.vinori. In the races with Val
Kvtii HI n. xt fall The so-called rftceu o
f 11 l.if.uii th. Colonia and the Vigilant,
with il.. I.iieit H reshoff ireailon, have
bn- i, . vv.-v-. a trtu tent. The Colonia Is
In f.n fi .in lacing form, hir hull being
.ii r ul while ihe Yisrllant in the single
mn 01 l.i t Sunday, fur a few moments,
wa. 'i .111 .nu.ll bid condition. The raoo
1.1-u iiutvv thtti-forv), will be the tlrst op
piiruntt) 1- nt presented for getting a
' 1.1 " mi il. rial rutrtts of the new boat.
Ti two 1 1 - to b. soiled are to be held
uinLr ill- 11m.1l. is of the Kw York
Yaiht el ,h arvt aie to be ovfir the course
outsldi Sai i lUoK. A CUP valued gt 300
i,. otfeied tjt ihe winner, with u. hundrad
dollar 11111 for ihe second boat, If four
buatj, or inori- tliould uturt,
Wlnnrn at Aripteiliirt.
Km York Inly 19 A. better day eould
not r.ai- hi u Jesired for to-day's rm lug
at A iinilu I Th isird Man poor, but
th.- Wvi- an 1 vnly matcbed that they r.iu
-oiiv 1 Ij."- rav,e-. in the opening evtnt
lna v ih tin tavorite id tn others at
1, Oud i'l la. Tins I a ran together to ihe end
and th fii-t fnur iur only libort heads
apart over thv. tlnlv.h line.
H;.walden w.,-. tin.- favoiltiii for the third
race, wlta Mi Ki c second choice Cherry
3tonu wus thv lank outsider, but ho man
it. .I t'j win bj u 11 om from Howarden,
who w.n ladlj inlden by Rgugan.
The fourib rn t. had but thret' starters.
Hold PoHar at j iv, 6, le4 for half a mile,
and Ui.-n H'urlilo tame out and won ban
illl,, . with KuuI'U at tbu itxtbiith pole.
First race 1 lu furlongs; silling. J.ady
Itl. hmond, 5 to 1 won; Ipa, 4 to 5, (.eeond;
V. 11 p 4 to 1 11 I Time. 1-08.
aid ra. 1 1 u, .nut one-half furlongs,
i". 1 11. I, won; .M.liHvZunia.
i 1 Ncal, i to 1, third
1'iti r.i v.
mile: selling. Cherry
Stn-ie. 10 to I, won; llntvardm run, wi.
on 1 tjolilen date, s to 1, thirl T me,
r.mrth r.tei One mile; lllnr Warlike,
! to f.. won, Hold Pnllar, t s.ondj
Huf. 1 In, is to 1, third ritn 1 l" 1
Fifth rnce-One arid on. - irt.t'i miles
Harry Alonzo, 2 to 1, win. Now r Nut
2 to 1, Second; Florlndn, t2 to 1, tin' I
Sixth rnre--FlVe furlongs, maldenr. nt.
ler Joe 1 10 3, won; The Kite S it) 1. e. -ond,
Fellohe, S 16 1, third Tim", I o:'s
tiltr.AT SftHtf A I' SAtltNAW.
ilnne ItiiK nnd Itriitibltde Ann the Itnrrs
Aft.r llir.l I IrIiP.
Pnnlnnw, Mich., duty 19. The wetther
Was tbreatenliiK to-day, but still there
Were '.offi) peoplo In attendance at fhlon
park. Tho rnccs were ecltltig, nlid, In ad
dition, tlure were two specials. Allx wmt
an rxhlbltion mile In 0 31. 1 OP. I H'i,
2 mi,. This Was tho fastest mile by n. trot
tr ver made In the state.
The Tennesson pacer. Hal Pointer. nlo
vvmt nn exhlWIlon mile, going in 0 i,
1 iu'. J 33i, S.06H,
The ibcs were grent contests. It reattlr
ItiB six heats to finish the ,2 In trottitiR
stake, and seven lo decide the vvlniiet In
the i l.i pace. The free-for-all trot was
hot reached, and will bs derided to-morrow.
i. IS class; pacing; purse, Jl.orfl.
June Hug 0 9 112 11
Phenol 1 1 2 7 :i 1 -'
Wre.1 WllkfS (t !i 2 5 I 13
Trpy Hall S 2 i 4 ii 3 ,1
Vit)gle 111110 3 12 1
Strongvvood 3 S 7 dr
choral ,...lu 3 3 15 dr
t'hcciriii Aley 1 1 7 i is
NIeol H H r ti S dls
Kentucky Star 9 0 6 dr
Amotetn . 7,10 dr
Urover Cleveland uls
Time 2:13,t. 2;13U. 2:10Vi, 2ilt, ! 11, 2 H'5.
2 in class; trotting; purse, J.ooo.
Ilrunlillde I 14 3 11
Hnker 1 2 12 11
Itryson ..2 ! 3 1 2, -
I'eter Hardwood 1 , .1 I 1rn
MugRlns 3 4 i u i.io
Heverly ti dr
Tlme-2.18. 2:1CM. 2:1014. 8iHt, 2 1"'.. I la's
Itnieant l.env eii north,
Ijeavenwof.h, Kss., July 19. (Spe-lnl)
The third day of the annual ni.fs or ti
l.DHVenworth Drivers' and Ilrickr- v -soclnlion
drew it good Mstcd crowd, 'ivv.iu
lo the heavy r.tllt early this morn'i c tie
dav was cool nnd pleasant The tra. k w i
it little soft from the tain, but tow it s
evi nlnir It was In llrst-dass condltio-i 1 h.
blic tvent of the day, the frec-fnr-all pac. ,
was unn by the noted campnlgtn r, On
He vvni only driven fast in one h.at,
which was paced In 2:1, Sittnmarlts:
Free-for-all pace; purse 3500.
Ctiy 1 2 ,
Irftura T 2 12
Utto W ; Jds
P.nd heal between Otiy and Laura 1.
Time. 2:20. 2.19. 2:21W, 4:11.
Free-for-all trot; purss SM. . ,
Frlnciss Maid 1 1 2 1
Mvrnh Alclletio' 2 2 1 2
1 litrltn Jus
Tlmt, 2:23, 2:22, 2 26. 2:21. ..
Thre minute pace; purse 1 100,
I'rlnce nedmourt '! i I
Dandy Tip 3 2 J
Dlnt - ,i
Teaser ' '
Corbrlno ' '
Tonnett t, a
Time, 2:22. 2:22, 2:21,
Three-year-old pace; purse J100.
Mar H ? -
Fhllhp V "J"
Time, 2:11, 2:23.
Winner" at Oakler.
Cincinnati. O., July 19.-A feature of to
dav s racing ut Oakley wus the llrst gen
tlemen riders,' race ever Riven here. Millie
Applecnte, .-on of W. V. APpleuate. of
PouLsillle, won It In an excellent exhibi
tion of horsemanship. Clementine, the fa
vorite, w-lth fiuy H.ve up. refused to pa.-s
th- Judftes' htand until the others were a
quarter of a mile or more away. I here
were live sood raictv on the caid besides
th- centlemen's race. I.ehman nnd Pre.
A hice made a now? tlnlih In the handicap
at a. mile and a sirteenth. The llrst putt
of it was run ver.v slowly, but it w-as ,i
beautiful nice In the Mretch. Tht; nttend
anee was very laruo and the track fast.
F.rst lace-Selling: four nnd a half fur
Iouks. Petrarch, " to 1, won; Asaph, 11 to
1, second; Sycamon , 4 to 1, third. Time,
Second race Solllm?: seven furloncs. Su
sie II, 4 to 1, won, Jennie Miles, 7 to 1,
second; Ductor, I to 1, third. Time, 1:27",.
Third i-aci Purito; live furlontrs. Cnp
tive, out, won; Lilian K , 4 to S, second;
Sldkel, 3 to 1, third. Time. 1:02.
Fourth race- Handicap: one mil" and a
sixteenth. 1-ehm.in. fl to C, v on; hree Ad
vice, 1G to 5, pet md; llhett t .oode, 0 to 1,
third. Time, I 19.
Fifth race (h ntlemen riders; one mile.
My I.uck (Willie Aniilecate), 2 to 1, won;
Greenwich (W T Woodward) 2 to 1, .sec
ond: St. Cyr (I'hll aiinn), 10 to 1, third.
Sixth rnce-svillng; seven furlonss. Olive,
7 to 1, won. Smtn Maria, 7 to 1, second;
Neutral, evi n. third. Time. l:2fl!4.
I.onc Shots nt St. t.onP.
St pouls. Mo . July 13 Two thousand
people attenle.l Fair ASMxhitlon park to
day. Weathi r warm; trak fast. The card
was an indifferent one nnd tho day would
hnv been .vintlnas were it not for tho
radical chano of form In some of tho
horses. In Hue first race Charlie McDon
ald, an S to 1 -hot, who ha? never been
placed, best I-oute Mills and Mopsey, Ki-n-cltne
a in id l shot, took the second race
from'the favor tea. Summon i:
First raer mi" mile. Charlie McDonald,
8 to 1 won; Monsey, S to 1, second; Con
stant, 40 to 1, third. Time, 1:45.
Second raef 2-ynar-oldS; flve-elchths of a
mile. Seneieti. . 10 to 1, won: Ooranelin, 0
to 1. second, Hanobelle, 8 to 1, third. Time,
Third rae.-one and one-cishth miles.
Flora Thornton. 1 to 2, won; Stnathmeath,
2 to 5, mssiml, Shining Heile, 12 to 1, third.
Time. 1.57'i , - ,. - ,
Fourth ra' -Six and a half furlonirs.
Ttovenue. 1" i l won; Ivottle Unsion. r to
2, second; our .Maggie, 8 to 1, third. Time,
Filth race-six furlongs Sallle Wood
ford, 6 to 1, won; Hill KUlson, 7 to 2, s;
ontl; aold Com. 13 to 1, third. Time, lacii.
Winners nt Mllwiitil.oo.
Milwaukee, Wis., July 19. Thursday's
heavy rain h fi the track in bad shape to
day, and Dave Pubilfor, at even money.was
tho only favorite to win. Attendance, 2.50D.
The nu-mititf . nds to-morrow. Bumtnarles:
First ran--Six furlonns. My Hebr, to
1, won; Kitty r.slle, 15 to 1, oecond; Jaytn,
0 to 1, thlid, Time, l:lS. ,
Seuond rac h'tve and one-half furlonus.
Miss Kitty, to 1, won: Sertnn. 2 to 1, ec.
ond, St. Anna, 3 to 1. third. Time, 1:13.
Third Mill-One and one-elchlh miles.
Dav Pult-lfer. even, won. Lester, 5 to 1,
second; Scii-vv driver, fi to 1, third, Time,
'Fourth raciv-Seven furlonKS. King Tlorp,
4 to 1, won; Fmpera, 3 to 1, second; Dago,
7 to 10, third Time, 1:45 ti.
Fifth race-Seven furloiujs Ulrd Cateh
er. 6 to 1. won; Miss Norma, to 1, second J
White Wings, & to 1, third. Time, l:3Wj.
Pan l"niI'i Itiue.
Ban Francisco. Cal July 19. Tho first,
third and fmrth rae,- y..-nt to favoriteB,
the other to well played si .-ond chokes.
First race- About six furloima laonatiw
won; Wild Hose, neioiidj Swift &ur.-, third,
Si'cond nice Five furlong; 2-yenr-oMs.
Spry I.ark won; Vcrauisua, second, Dam-In
uiri, tniro iim'. jiu..
Tblid ran -About six furlonKs blr
Richard won. Melanle, kecond; lload Hau
lier, third. Time, 1:1!. , , ..
Fourth race tils furlongs; handicap Sil
ver State won; Howard, seeonu; Unuatilo,
thhd Time. 1;l'. , ,, ,
Fifth iai-Fivo furlongs, fiiwn Hi K
Jr., won; Aruo, MCond; Hed Pick, thin
Sainton n 1'ailv Itiui-,
London, July 19. The Sandown p irk n--ond
summer meeting opened ti.-.!a In
the ehur .vent, the Ev.l!p. Make, th, r
were eight innncrs or th l- !lpe -t ik. i
course, about a mile and a iu im r liaron
i-hlcker's Le Junticb-r won the t, e
which was for 10,0uo soven 14ns Whinnr
was iecond and None the Wlet-r thlrcl,
Captain liuhell t'lalmed Don Aloiuo.
London, July 19. After tho racia at Ncw
inaiket vesti-tduv fur the "dlltiK pi ite fnr
all age, in vvhiili Mr. M. 1 J'vv.v.i 1 - Don
Alono took f.ond place, Captain Miul.tll,
whoe tntry. IKlgravla. Ian thu I tlu'm-i
Don Alonao under the conditini ut tn.
(ace. tor thu gelling in Ice.
bunttiiKU Dprns Tn-daji
Saratoga, N. Y July 19 -The Saratoga
Haclntf Asso latlon's summer m-ettti? cf
tunning iace will begin to-morfvvv There
U a. large puniber of ctaek iher prt"rnt
und to-morrow'a caid Is to conM&t of ilvo
1 and l.h.ts Approved.
Washington July 19 t-Secretarj Hoke
Smith ha aiiproved land lists us follows'
Central Paunc railroad, ns tucc -or of
the Oregon .V Callfornlii railroad, two llstn
ueerseatliin il il ucrev In the lleadim; and
Maynvillv l"11 districts In California;
Northern P icilie railroad, 171.ICni a- re- In
tho U wis ton. Id, land dl-tri t N.-oe of
these junds rumed is lu parts of co'iii
try vvher inlii'ial urvvord wtte .ippomt
cd by tho Ui cont'icti.
Going' to the Dump?
1 fusbands bring your wives. Wives bring your husdands. Parents bring your
children. Pick tip the nickels, dimes, quarters, dollars you will find c cry where scat-
fi tered about in the dump. If you can t come yourself, send.
$ the messenger, for young and old, wise and inexperienced,
?j the Dump, and you get
YOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU DON'T LIKE WHAT YOU BUY.
3 GREAT SPECIALS.
MEN'S ELEGANT UNFINISHED WORSTED SUITS, all QC (j
wool, blue or black colors, and equal to any $10 suit in the market, . .$ JiUU
MEN'S STYLISH SERGE SACK SUITS, single breasted, cut, trimmed
finished in first-class manner, warranted all wool and as good a Suit QQ nn
as $12 will buy anywhere else, for tdUiUU
MEN'S CHOICE OXFORD GREY ALL WOOL SUITS, as good as is
frequently sold for $15, and as handsome in appearance, finely trimmed and as
durable in wearing qualities as any suit in our store. We make them QQ fin
for Saturday's sale at U 0 1 ll U
Z3F These three items are offered as the most UNQUALIFIED BARGAINS ever seen
in the city at any time or muter any excuse whatever or cutting oi price, and if not found,
on comparison, equal to others advertised for $3 to j more your money will be returned.
iiinn Ml USTftl TA0I
jlHILIi yULULI! LoULLo
TARGET TOURNAMENT ENDED.
It Win n iiccc In Kvrry War nnd the
ivroro Mndo VVrro Airily Above
The Pchmclzer amateur rhnotlni; totirnn
titenl cloed csterdny nt ralrmount park.
While the attendnncc was not n Rrent this
yrnr ns omc loi n! enthusiasts had hoped
for, the nntutc of the sport and the char
acter of the work done was very satisfac
tory to the milliliter nnd to the Rcntlemcn
In attendance. A careful rendlnir of the
seoH'S mude by many of the men shows
inuiiy high uvciukcs. Many of the innit
who look part huvo been In practice for
many sonr, nnd while they nre amateurs,
In that they have never pone Into the pro
fessional class, yet they did work In sev
eral of tho contests thai would compare
favorably with the work of nny of tho
professionals. When linker broke llfty
balls straight, and llvo others wero In the
into with scores above i, thero wasn't so
much amateur In the work us one iniR.it
ImuKlne. Taken ns a whole, the tourna
ment was u suc-css. Mr. Schmolzer Is woll
pleased, and the men who contcfeted for
the trophies speak highly of the whole
affair. .Mirny valuable trophies were won.
Tho Introduction of tho Schtnelzcr cham
pionship cup lends Kieat attraction to tho
tournament, and accounts for the jim'.v
rnci' of to many of the bet class of sholh.
The Hi t event of jesterdu wu. the l'eo
I In Target Company's event, 2.1 tnrKUtt
pitch man for teams of tour. Klrut pil?e,
3.ij 1'eorla taittetx; second, l.Swi of the
slime, und a third prize of JOfl. Tho flist
jirlze was won by a team composed of
GeorKCHon, (iilliett. OsrooiI and linker: sec
ond was divided by Kaihart, Ilctist. Chttke
Sexton, and lllckmeis, Noiton, llorton and
('.nttllnli, third went to Hamilton, Seteant,
Kenmeuth nnd Dixon.
invent lr-lirldseport film Implement
Company, 15 taigets. Tlrst prize, combina
tion i'hari?er bdard complete; second pilze,
one-fouith keR wood powder: third, onc
fourth keir haard tiup powder. Winners
wcio I.. C. Smith IS, linker II, Qlllieit 1.1.
Cvent 17 Martin rirearmu Company
event; 20 tnrKets. rirht pilze. Mat tin pis
tol Krip 3S-cnliber repcatliiB rltle; hecond
prize, f-ole leather rllle cuse; tliitd prize,
nil wool sweater. The winners were: lin
ker 20, llorton lit. Ii. O. HiihIi IS.
Hvent IS Cleveland Taiset Company's,
event; 100 taiftcts. teams of four, rirst
pi ie, live bluerock expert trails; second
prize, I,(K bluerock tuiKCta; third pilze.
20 nltro-londcd ilitlls. Flist prlzo won by
Karhurt. Ituest. Chirk, Scmou; second
tirize won by .lorcetison, Oilbert, Osttnod
and rtukcr: third piize won by llano, Cot
bv. Smith Drldsefurd.
Kvent 19 II. J. VpdrRrove event; 20 tar
pets, Tlrst prize, huntlne; suit complete;
s. cond prize, hunting coat; third pilze,
taiivas huntinir coat. Winnois were: Cos
by 20, ailbett 10. W. H. Allen IS
Kvent No. 20 was the J. V. Kchmelzer .t
Smis' Anns Company event at 21 UiiKets.
l'list tiilze, eleeant (told medal; second
piie, comblnatlun p'ep and Ivory bead
plKhf tlilrd prize, pair tlsbluc shoes Win
ners were: Gilbert 25. l'm;h 21. Kathart 23.
Muniiiliil 1'iii.t l.lne.
Leaving Kansas City at 9 30 a. m via
1'nlon racllle, Monday, passuntcers now ar
rive In llutte at 7-15 u, tn, Wednesday,
This Is a splendid i tin over a tplendld
line, with Pullman 1'alace Dlnlnir Car-,
ami Free Itecllnlnu Chair Cars. This train
inns cverj day tn the jear. Take tho
I'nlon Tacinc alvvav s for .Montana points.
Uverybody admits I' 7. Ih the best line
to penvet Two ttalns dally. City ticket
olllces, 1000 Main. IOCS Union avenue und
Union station. Tclephnno 1109,
Afttr the Iron lloiiiitiiln,
Washlnirton, July It. Secretary Iloko
Smith to-day ruU'te'l Attorney General
Iluimon to direct bull to be brpnght for thu
recovery of 1,2.7) acres of land erroneously
patented to tho St. I.ouls. Iron Mountain te
The Western freight Asoclatlon. nt Its
meetinst at Mlnnt'tonka, attreed that ship
ments of BBrl'Uttural implements, hav
ureases In less than rarluad lots, shall
fu rc.ifl.-r be rated as third class mutter,
the same as prior to July 1. Also thnt on
tovu-a the rating effective prior to July 1
hhall be restored. This conccstlon has
been made In tleferem e to th- rwiueat of
many hardware and Implemunt men of tho
West, and will bo of vast advantage to
At the Santa Vo frf laht ollico In this city
vcsteidHy the followlnif "min report" was
received from the company's headquarter
at TepiKii: "Heavy tains on thu eastern
division at Osage City, Cuenemo, and on
the Atchlnon branch I.IkIu rains fell over
th balance of the division, except at I.ang,
KinporlH, NeoHhu and Hownid On tho
middle division there wire sood ruins vtt
of N'liK. rson and on the lluuhinson and
Iirt e.l branches. Light rains fell at Orcat
H.nl and Alexandria and good fchower at
l .jh- chi-e and Wlllngton, and a sprin
kle along ilia l.lttlo itivtr blanch,''
A Sign of
fy i3 the downcome of war time
The durlng.the.war price of baking powder wss 4 to 53 eent
a pound, Cream of tartar was then 49 cents a pound, toda, 6
cents. Cream of tarter 1 now tS cent3, bait, le than 3) cents.
Still the would-be monopolists want the same '"war"
juices (4s to 50c. a pound) for their products.
is sold at a "peace price" brings peace to homes where
the high priced baking powders have been breeding
dyspepsia and disagreement.
31,000 to you It you Itutl Calumet isu't perfectly pare.
A pluck ot it haa power ciiouU to rlo a pound of leavening.
CALUMET BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO.
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH.
UK. MOltltIS A I'liOMtNIINT CITIZll.V,
hui'rniiiMi j'ltosr pahaiasiIs
rrcpirutlons Itelng !ndo to tiive n Itnli-
quel to Clialliploll Sertoli TwcntJ-llvo
I'rlsonrrs Arrlvi' for tho United
Statci l'eultf utliiry.
Pr. .7. V,'. Morrls, ono of Leaven
worth's best known and prosresslvo cit
izens, suffered n stroke of npoploxy
Tlmr.-vdny night ttntl Is In a critical con
dition. Ills rlRht side Is paralyzed, and
on account of Ills tine thuie Is said to
be little hore for his iceovory. Mr. Mor
ris has Inner heen Identified with T.nnv-
enworth's prosperity. 'Way back In the
"Os, when tho public school funds were
nt a low ebb, Dr. Morris ndvanced the
money to build the large school building-
on North Fifth street, called the
"Morris" building In his honor, taking
tin' bunds of the Hchool board. The
doctor Is ranked among the wealthiest
men In Leavenworth, but of late years
he has not engnged In active business
on account of his advanced age. Dr.
J, L. AVever Is In attendance upon him.
Mill lie Hauqtli'U-ri.
James W. Sexton, of this city, who
won the championship ns Inanimate
trap shot of the world at the great
Schmelzer tournament at Kansas City,
Is in high feather with the local gun
club, of which ho Is n member, and ar
rangements -were made by tho club to
give him a banquet in celebration of his
victory. A committee of the club mis
yesterday appointed to make the neces
sary arrangements. It met with heart
responses, und It was determined tn
give the banquet at the National hotel
United States Marshal J. S. Williams
and ten deputies anivetl In this i ltj
yesterday from Paris, Tex., with twenty -live
prisoners, whom they placed in Un
united States penitentiary at Fort Leav
enworth, The ptlsoners wero mostly in
dlan Territory horse thieves. The tmal
number now confined In the fedetal pen
itential y is 142.
The coroner's Jury In the case of 1'rl
vato Albert C. llesseman, who recently
killed himself here, returned a verdict
that it was a case of premeditated sui
cide. In Justice Carney's court yesterdnj
George Illnnd was sentenced to sixtj
days In the county jail for stealing wa
termelons from a cave in Itleger's gmvr
Arguments lu the Duck divorce cast
were heard yesterday by Judge Myeii
in the dlsttlct coint.
In. Justice Ilond',4 court yesterday 111
mer liona was sentenced to sixty days
In the county Jail for the pai t he took
In the Itleger's cave watermelon robbery.
the Air I. Inn Cnmp my llai .Secured fur
'lliU City an important Iiului.tr-
Yoto of Thanks.
The substantial business boom which In
dependence is now1 enjoying continues to
glow. Coupled with the announcement that
a new brick business block will bo erected
on Webt Maple avenue the city hns fe
cured another mnnufnetoty, whiih will
give emplojment to twenty people. Con
tracts will be let Monday by tho Air Line
company for tho erection of a building
lOOxOO feet, with its ftontnge on White
Oak street, it will be two stories in height
nnd Is to be occupied, when completed, by
the lr. Hanson wholesale yeast tnanuuut
uiing company. The Dr. Ilipsim Yeast
Manufacturing Company Is Iticoiporated
lor tlOO.ooa Mint bus been In opei.ttlon for
vears ut Wichita. Kas. Its trade extends
over the United Htiitcs and Canada, and lu
to Jobbers nnd wholesale men only. It wus
thtoush the ettorts of the Air line that
the establishment was located at Inde
pendence and It was given out yescrday
that the erection of tho pew building would
bo commenced ut once, and It Is expected
that It will be ready for occupaucj by
Kxtcuded n Vote of Tluinki,
The Commercial Club of this city, nt Its
It won t matter how small
all have the same chance at
1100 and 11 02i
yes, it shines hot, mighty
hot. It makes you lonq;
for the cool mountains. It
makes you think of the
cool breezes, laden with
the perfume of the pines,
that bring health to you.
Have you ever spent a
summer in M a n i t o u
Springs, Colorado, the
most famous Western re
sort? Write to Geo. iI.
Walker, Proprietor The
Mansions and the Manitou
House, Manitou Springs,
Col., for rates and other
Von T$. Journal (f frr1trtn,
Prof.W ii. Peeke, vvlio
mikes ,t spc-nlty nf
Lpilepsy, Ins without
more cise thanany Iiv
inif Physician : Ins suc
of cases nf
cured I v
In in Ho
wurk on tins disease, which lie send with 1
Iarce buttle of his absolute cure, free lo any
sufferers who mty send their P O and Express
address. We adv ise anyone wishing a cure to
address Prof. W. II. PEEKL,, T.D., 4 Cedar
Street, New York.
Si 00 Reward
I will plve above amount to any person,
who pel-spiles in a mom when- ono of r
r.M:cTJtlC CANS is in upi-i.ni.n Tli
holds Good during the butt, t clay tin I
ta,J. W. MASON,
C"7 Delaware Street.
nifetlnff ThurKday nlcht, ovtended n vom
of tliiinltH to Walton ilolmen mil ilir man
ngeimnt of the KaniviiH City ,1 Indepen U
fii, e electric line tor tho royal i-nt'itnln
mint aifnrded the membcts -Muiul.ij last
at Wahhlnglon park.
O. S. Klllnon left yestfrday for fieorRln,
after 11 uhoit ihlt with thu family of i".
W. Wolvorlon, of this eitj.
In the probate rnurt ycbtirrtnv M. Wo
niaeka was appointed miardlaii of J T.
11111, v ho wan reocnllj ailjudned InKiuir,
.Mr. and Mm. II. I,. Uulllnt'er aro vi
itlnir ftleniH in Frunklln county, Kas.
Jllss Joi.rn, of l.ee's Himimlt, h tha
tniebt of .Mlsa Nellie AmJcrt-on, of this
Mi?8 Mamie llnrrlnKton, of Argentine,
Kus., la thu Kuest of Mm. O'JIata und ills.
J. 11. CralB. of thlh 1 Ity.
MUsev Mamie and I.isule Slnek, of Hunt
ington, Ind , lire visitliu tlielr unele, ilr.
A. T. Slack, of N'oith Uelavvaro street
Miss Oeorela Wutte returned home yes
terday from n vls.t to I.ee't. Summit.
Mrs, li. T. I'helpj who hns been visit
ing her ton at Top.ku, ui rived home lei.
A marrlace lleenie wan isued yesterday
to James 11 Kord and .Miss Nellie I.yduy.
Uoth ure ftom Juckton counly.
Mrs. It H. Sltlincton Is the .'iieBt of rel
atives at Aulvllle, Mo.
Henry Ilelmtsr, who hns been (ho guest
of Indeiiendenco friends, will leava to
day for his home, at VA Iteno.
Mrs P. J. Murray and daughter, of Den.
ver. are the guest of Mrs. II. T Crump,
Mrs Htaiford left last evening for Spring
Held, Mo., where thu will Join her husband.
air, un'i au. niaiiuiu c.yc-vi tu ft-siue .it
Short funeral seryicos were held yes
terdav afternoon at the residence of Mu.
Hnllle I.eaih oyer tho remains of h-r
daughter, Mrs. Klrkpatrick, who died in,
Ivansas wiu, iiiu uurui ivas in tnu city
J. C Ilest commenced suit In th rir.
euit court yesterday against the Oermnii
IIIPUIU.I.V V.V,,,...J , W V.vr, ,,,., 41,1 UU.
l'luintia's house buined AUBUi-t 21, UOS.un 1
thp suit Is to recover the inkiiruiice monov.
Th Indenendenee Qravs will rrmu i,n,
with the J. J. Foster, Jr., tiam, of Kansas
City, at the home grounds this ufternoon
ut 2'3i o'clock.
Mrs. Fred P'ronklin left jejterday on .1
phoit visit to her brother at Jeff-rion City.
3IIII Kilt "V "-'H iuiui viLl j 3
The new weekly Itepubllcmi paper called
the Illado, came out yesterday It is edit
ed by J. II. .Borders, a veteran newspapen
Uuring the atorm at Imlependenco Thurs
day nisht the clcctrie vvii.s wire blown
down, lesteiday they were repaired and
last night when tho current vvni, turned on
flie broke cut In two buildings, the post
tiilice and J. C. 1 orrestor's Lsiaence. on
South Main street. 1 oitunately, but flight
damago was incurred at either of tha
The reDorts of the official e-nvpmm.ni in.
vestlgatlons of baking powders show the
Itojal to bo btroiiger and purer than any
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