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TIIK ICVXSAS CITY .JOri.XAL, FUNX-VY, DKCKMntiR 0, 1895.
illAWM.I. UlM I.MlOS AMC I Oil All
MtIO. 11) llll; I Mn.V
STATEHOOD COMMITTEE NAMED,
nil im t: nr rin: covm:.mh) w.
i mi "i.s(ii,n sr.vi i.iimiD,"
I mil ticeltlcil ltlat nleliihiitim Would
linn In Mult Inn tame for I In' Indian
li frUitf)- MufrliiNHl liilim Mill
Hi Pfseel In Washington -
I iinunflein tin- )'n rt liiii.
mi City, (J. T., Dec. Ik. (SpnetiU.)
I it unit representative flpi(ttci
i was lull l Shawm c to-day In
-t "f statehood, "-"very county In
iy tvas represented by It l8t
prominent iltl's linl tin- pro
ve e re l II
, lestlon nn. .
lslie being v
( ut hood, vis, Ui
s was tabooed
it In earnest
nr of statehood.
r II should be
i iklahotnu anl
r-rrltory together or for Oklahoma
i ion discussion, And after it hud
I 1 1 determined to the aitlsfactlon
hrV inajotlty that If Oklahoma
iv t state hood until she roulil iomc
' ' iilon lth the Indian Territory
i i l watt many years, (he follow-intr
1 it was adopted by a two-thirds
I i. I. That the people of Oklnlto-
ini l inrory, without distinction of party,
I. ' In delegate convention at Shaw
n h Ith of I (-t pitwr, for th
j t onsl.lcilnn- the statehood que-
i 'n.sily ur,e upon thi congress or
t iiil State it It present session to
1 i nabllnr a t providing for the ad-
i i i nf Oklxhonm a a flat with surh
1 i in a in thi' wisdom of oortKresi
i I st sirbscrve the cause of Rood gov
l rji ii '
i hood executive committee nu
f i f on" nn mber from melt count),
v . 11 ii Sldn) Clark-, of Oklahoma
i ". is ih.itrm.in Arrangements wcro
m.i t ml n committee to Washington
t I i li tin- rlalmi for statehood.
Ti h tirmaii of ih" convention was .1.
nilre. editor of the Klmdlsher Trio
1 r v wl h It w HI ikftici, of thi- oklrt
li nui it okl ihnm.ni iin.l K II Perry, of
til 1 i F.ntrpi Iso, as secretaries:.
n m i n liirvmi nt ut the -statehood
c .n to meet in Oklahoma City on
Jai . l-j s. itSM, was adopted.
i'iimii ii:ii or i!i;ai: itoiiiii.NG.
Dr. .1. I. lux, of Marc telliiir. Mo, (tori to
Prison fur 'I linn Jeers.
L.rntus Mo. Pec -Pr. J. I". Fos:. tip
IMar i' V' lio l nnt(h'r. luia bcfn con-
f I ,n th i In iit court here of that
cnn r 1 in-mmi-wl to thro, year In tho
ji ti i in-. 1Y nMr dt nlcd the charife
if l i i. the body of Mlns llats, of
cti r i r ount but cl-ilmcil It wn fot dU
h 'ion, .in 1 not for sale to a mi'JI.'ul col-
h " vidintly made a btislncin of body
hi i ' ., .i ho had a trunk that had
ji . rotiBh the Kana City T'nlon de-
jkh .o in tlmcB, .is nhon,by the pant
era ti 7n it
;ilI.I.IAJIM) IIIII.I) UIIIIOtIT ItA 11..
Slut Aiiit In tlm l)lrli t Court for the
Murdi r or I eiimtrd l Wlihltn.
i U i Kns.. Hoc. ."i (Special ) In the
ca of til tate attalnst Marlon Wllllum
aon h njn, NorlIe, and .Mr?. Ioonnrd,
hi f it i er ttlfc, whosi- pn llmlnary hearing
3m 1 n soinK on for to d.ijs, tin- ilefend
ii ' r ointnlit.d to Jail this afternoon
i'h .. hall to awii'" trial foi tmiruir In
t'l tv ' zric in the ll-trl(i couit The
0 f fi.nd in) ti -tiiuony in refutation
ot ri . ' Hi a thurrfei-
A-liukril Illiu Mltha I'llohfork.
llu'brle O. T. neo. C (Sporlal.) In
Tlljini .unty. fc II LookahaiiKh. uIioko
1 r r r had been nelred and sold by the
di ft j .ny LOfti of nearly JIOO which
li 1 In a Unftiilt over S3 TO worth
of r i bwarne almont nazed and nt
ta k i 'ire V K Hill, who had tiotiRht
ii if ' o at sheilffs rule, nearly Kill In jc
li m 'i a pitchfork. He Ih now
In jm iltins the risult of HIH'a Injuries.
I ru .pn After Inillmi 13urilfirer.
II w X. M . Dec, r, Acting under or-
rti i the department commander at
1 iroop of ia.Ury letl l-'ort Ho-
ui ii. foied man h UiHt night for the
i hi. leporied murdei of u man
.ii i in near rtdoinonille, A T , b
i mll.ina from San .'arlo reserva-
ti the holdUra will be joined by
a i -ent from 1'ort (Jrant and the
in ii- pun-ued.
oi. l'.oum 3Hner Kehtimn U'orlt,
McAleMer, I. T , Deo C The
K' 1" . mlnin. ho have beer strlk-
li past thru, ildj n, riKumed wolk
i Miiif:, but hitc called a general
of mini m to meet heie on lie-ir-
' it whl-h tlnu they will indeavor
'O ' the mine holdeni to pa thi" ad-
d Tbf mint owmta i aim th.u
on a of thi purn-nt condition of the
mi. ' y cannot acieda to the demands.
drivi liuliliir (onfeiSF iui Ulil ( rime,
" la, Ifei. C John rummlnita, a
i t-..iy confe-,ed to Britve rob-
liotlj beiniy th it of a sounjf Iiuly
J II. Ohristlt, the foremost
i Marlon Cumnurifa Implkuus
l rtspected otlzeua of Aiiiton
i was lommltted tent-two
. He promi.-m more Blartlln de-
BRIEF BITS0F NEWS,
'.ilnn on the Krle' canal has closed
- i,l x Inihin of Know In Iloaton
, li nlnd I blowliiK, Vosneln are
.i injt out
t h hot and killed Tom Mullen
Midland hot, 1 in Huuliliuou laat
They had quarreled.
,-hoaIti-r, ut t'hlcaKo, ha re
mnuf an Injuni tlon uK.unsi the
itlon of the Kilt1 ompaiiIeK,
nation of Mftr. Satolll to the oar
nan In-tn pomponvii until the irt
' i January beiaune of the delajed
'in Hon. i.- of the beicttu.
-. einmciit hi lu-me of palns et
.iBi both wu In order to net
t pioUiiK H very brilliant auccem,
t,old huvlng been rieilved.
i wire Injured by the explosion Ot
in the engine houne of the Xe
ut ('omnanj at Ilettollle, III,.
Tw'j of them are pot tipe. U'd
A ij riiuii admiral ha puhllnhed a book
F ine iici'ii. lemneak oi Merman
t t in Lase of war and aruulnar for
nt une of iuu,0io.iwu fiaues to build
" iimea-IK-iUI inontocjtte prlacs
v w u del In I'huaito eterduy Tho
f li i ) il wei.i to a storage battery ma
il .id the Ij.'mi prljsa to a vehicle pro.
1 i KaHollii"
S- i I.H- u eoiivlcied of perjury at
-J T., iiateidu) and auutencail la
l.v ir- luiprtBonment It la aliened thut
1, -. i- ihe iiimilu-r of u Kulltj Win. uoikeil
to i iui h other
Or -- lQUfh. the aiunijant at the Hun.
r i i- mi asylum, Chlcaito, lio UUUed
' it I'ucike to ilea ill, haji heen found
I. 1 inaiitlauahle and aaiiteqced to
i i ir" Impribonment.
'I e n.itora oi the American ougar He.
tlr I'ompam, of Si- York, have de-
i I tne mtulur quuiltl'li dHldinl of
1 t t ' "t on the prefernd u.k 4 II' I 3
per i i t 1. 1 the lomrnon ktixk.
TI 1" it National bank of I'ratt, Kan.,
In voluntary lUiuldalion ieattrda
An I itora hac been paid In full, and
the .-i ktioldera hae i noiiif li ujuieu to pay
ou if the can ualixe on I hem,
Ji j-jii from t'uba ay that General
; ir.. and San1 he with .itui) ln.uretH,
li n t aid rt. feutid t ' Spaniard with
ii I of 30b klibd diil jmi woiinli.l The
C u i !"- wa half that of the ijfMUiardu
A' h Jluths halinm, the luimian of
the ii mh niWKiia:er. I.a Do NaUon
ils, u' M I.uulh, has 1,. ifim 4 K3,buU libel
sul ill,' n Antonio Marvlre Uaevtia and
Bubi 4- iiad u leaal lontiat oer the own
er ip " the l'4per. In tin count of Willi h
Mu ifirr made terloua ulktiatloiui auulnvt
trurl s W. IlierliiK the It year-old
can" hi of the millionaire plow mann
fj. ' r Villlain I" i,u' ha- t.uii il the
r a aimv at- a pr! it 'I i ' mu
inai fiili I igil Int'i Ui tf our, ail 1.
died 13 tnliit lie wa in t fd w a
cavulrj man at IVm i ani In now a troop
rr. iw. Fort Itik), Kas.
THE SULTANJTILL AHEAD,
I'IiitIiIh- ii Waltliic Oaine lii the llnpc of
llrrMhlui; the Aiinriliif Hie l'i(rr
-l6n of ii I ImnRc.
t'oniwhtlnople, f 1 - turln the runt
twenty-four hour th.re hive been frr.
ipunt cabinet inuncll t Hie pilnce and
eral eti hone of nmtnunl tilon llh
the repreehtatlve of the potv r, but nn
dei lulon Krems to have be n arrived at by
the pntte nn lh ubjpi t of the firman df
mended b the power for the pote ot
etra Kuardhip ihietiah the t)Brdnelle,
The dilatory poll ut the palsep people
I tnntinued, appaiehtlt in the hope IhBt
nme hitch will ncnir whlth may put all
end tc the a, i ord of the power
The mbn'l.ir do not attempt to dei
thai th accord of r.uropf l liable to b
dlntiirbeil at an Ihnmrnt and It 1. to attain
thi that the Turk ) wmrklfm (tiwldlou.
h, hlht an I As , with nil the skill and
t!btlenos of eastern ilfblomary Iirltat;
Oreat llrltaln nre lafcen to Ine Hlilan J
emnaniiy hv the fluent, of the port ani
ahnoyln lnlntmllon eotleeMilfi the "iil
timati aim' of Hunula find their ),
throii)lih the porle' naent. Into the ttrltl'li
embay In turn, the French ambasnadoi
hear sly report about the rtoln or the
Herman mltndor and vice vera.
frt tt.t. ,.M... . ,ll,i,.a n llh Ihn Tiirfl
till ahead In plte of tne eBorta of an
apparend) nnllnl Ktirone,
Huni-nr. utile all cign are tnlleadlnR,
or the unexpired happen, there will be n
decided t hanae in the Mtuatloh by Bator.
The following statement reanrdtnit th'.
eltuatlon wa obtained to-iVav from n blah
ulil. Ifll "Although the MlHement that the
power hne presented an ultimatum to thi
Milton on the extra auardahlp question Is
tniorre't, 11 1 true that there have beet,
further repreetitutlon by the ntnbitador
wbbh hae resulted In a freh Interchanae
of view, and there is a strona feeling that
the delay of the sultan will not be allowed
to i ontlnue mm h tonMT.
London. Dec. '.-The Time Will P'lnt l
dispatch from i'ontantlnople w tilth says
the embasxles h'ie recelei1 Instruction
from their resecttve novernmenls that the
Kimrdship question must be puhrd home,
and that .t I Impossible for the powers to
retire from the position which they have
Mr. Gladstone ha written to the erre.
tnry of tho American Itellef Association as
follow "t still hope In the Indisposition
or tho power to make themselves utterly
ridiculous before the world."
The lmll News ha a dispatch from
Constantinople to the efTeel that the em
hassle hnc unolllelallv Informed the sul
tan that If the firmans for the i tra guard
ship are refused, the Dardanelles, will be
forced by the powers.
MUST MAKE THE SCHEDULE.
Imliiiitors I'lacrd on the i:urIiiis I'iiIHui;
tlie -Sen I iiIiiii I'm Hie last 1 rains
Mum tlici 'I line Made.
Onnhn. Neb, Dee. G The Union Pacific
hR placd Indicators on the engines pull-InR-
the new fast trains Thej nie put In
such n position that thej cannot be tam
pered with, even If nnv engineer was so
disposed. The Indicators register the time
made and the time lost by slow running,
as well us time lost b stops The Indica
tors hae created consternation In the
ranks of the etiKiueers. for flom them the
otllc lula. tend the storj of each trip and
call the engineer to account. If the M'hcd
ule has not been run between Matlnnit the
Indicator register this and the eiiRlntcrs
must make a satlsfrtctorj expUtnailon,
Preii itltii; to Itiilld.
Atchison, Kas , Dec. 5 (Special.) General
M ineKer DoddrldKe and Vlie President
Warner, of the .Missouri I'.icllic, were In
Atchison this inomliiK, piesumubly for tho
pin pose of lewlnir the situntlon here rela
tive to the lmllclliiK of the proposed Atchi
son, Topok.1 .V St. Joepll railroad, between
Atchison and St. Joseph. This proposed
line, which Is to run alonir the west side of
the Missouri river, lias always been con
sldfliecl n .Missouri l'aclllc enterprise The
dilllciilty has alw i s been an outlet through
At' hlsnn to the north, thi. It. A- M. occuiiv
Iiir the river grade, and the only posslhle
route where steep hills nre not encountered
AmoiiK the proponed outlets foi the new
line Is a tunnel, 2,iXK) feet In length. H Is
claimed that the tunnel will have a lime
stone roof, and that II will be the cheapest
and the best va.v to (,'el out of Atchison
It Is reliably stated that surveor will be
In Atchison to locate the new line within
tb net ten da.vs. Messrs, Doddrldce and
Vrner, anompanled by lot al .Missouri
Pm III- olllclals, wnlk'd two miles up the
Missouri liver, although all their present
lntei csus slop at the Atchison t'nlon depot.
The Missouri Paclllc Is now running trains
between here and St. Joseph over a leased
Won't Cut Kitin After Next Monday.
Chicago, Dec. 5, The presidents and gen
eril managers of the Ccntial Tratllc Asso
ciation lines met to-da and consldc led sev
eral Important matters, the i hlef of which
was the relation which the Central Trnllle
Association is hereat'.er to bear towards
the new association recentlj formed in the
Kist, and which is to cover ihe territory
now covered by the Centtal Traltlc ami
flunk I.lne Assot lations. There was a
wide diversity of opinion on the matter,
several being In favor of letting the tralllt
association pas out of existence, while
other malntulm d that It should be con
tinued for the purpose of lojklrg after lo
cal business In the tenltorv over which
it has lately had Jurisdiction .f.The matter
was Anally referred to a committee, which
is to report as earl as possible. It was
also decided that all freight rates must he
maintained in the association territory
after next Mondnj. AH the lines pledged
themsolvea to stop all cut rules after that
urverlng for New llnaiK
Oklahoma Cltv, O T., Dec, 5 (Special)
Geneial Manager Wood, of the Chottavv.
Oklahoma & (iulf. hns put a corps of mii
ve.oiij in the Held, running a line for an
extension of the road west from Fori
Iletio via Arapahoe to connect with the
Kort Worth & Denver at Canadian, Ti x
Com-miction will besln In tho early spring
Surveyors are also In the Held running a
line for a branch of the road from Calvin,
I, T, to Denlson, Tex,, and propositions
have been submitted to Fort Smith and
Van Ituren. Ark , looking to an exb union
of Ihe road east to those points from Wlster
Junction or Hed oak. The company Is
x-ithc-rinc materia) for extensive building
the i omlng seanon, Katcin capitalists, of
whom Francis I CSowan, of the Lehigh
Valley road, la the head, own the road.
J, P. Wathlns ha been appointed agent
of tho Chicago Great Western railway In
Konni" City, In place of J. Ii. ltourke, re
signed. diHirgo M. Sargent, recently appolnled
geneial freight and pusscngei agent of thy
Sanla Fe, Prescott & Phoenix railway, at
Phoenix, A. T, left for that place yester
day with bl famllj. He nai foimerlj
commercial aifent of the Atohlson, Topeka
& Banta Fe railway In Kansas City.
New Yoik, Dec 5, The Chh ago & North
west railroad to-day declared lis regular
quarterly dividend of 1 per cent on the
preferred stock ami rtotvd the dividend
of the tonunon stock to the 5 per cent per
annum bal In other wonl, the dividend
to-day on common stock U Jt-j per cent
for the half ear
A His Jicin.eiul for cents
Philadelphia. Pa , Dec 5 The I'nited
State mint In this cltj la ver busy now
enileavorlng 10 suppl) the big demand for
bronsa cents and nine presses are run to
their full eapueitv i very da The result is
an uvuauo dally pro luc tlon of about lOu.utie
cents. In addition to t lile, one pi ess la kept
busy on gold double eaglet, turning out
about 82.5tt piece a day.
Ihe Ciiltlirle llolilem I H Ipllneil,
Guthrie, O. T Dec; 5,-(Spuelal ) The
realdente of JIoh. T. J I.ovve, suetary of
Ihe territory, waa almost entluly con
sumed by Die this evening, tounther with
moat of the contents. The residence was
unit of the tnpt In the territory ami the
lots will ic ali 35,uu: Insurance three
fourth of that amount.
Okluhiiiua VHi.linni j ( onfeii iirci
Guthrie. O. T.. pec. 5.-(Seeclal ) A ter
lliorlal Jilble reading and inUsioiidrj con
ference opened here to-duy under tho au
Bpltei. of the Wotld'a IJ.Mpel t'nluii, KeH--tatary
A. I! HUhop. of Kajiias Clt, pie
sldlnic. Man) Chrlflluu walkers ate pres
ent (rum all iwiw of tlw teitlmry.
Ijlllte Svt lire.
"I want tu consult you on a certain
point," said Miss Cat!) to her laujir
"I am at your service, Minn Cuali."
You know ilr. Squlldlgy
"Vtry wall, Indued."
"Ha has di;im nivi tli honor of propot
Ilia marriage. " ,
"What I uih to ask Is If you think m
money would be utc In his hapda If ( wire
to uiarri hi in "
"It would be so secure that sou could
not even Ed It yourstlf." I'lttuburB Chron-lult-TeJegraph.
Cumso (reading) -"The cojtliest meal evir
iiridl was a -ujper gmn by Vitus fir 4
l.en persons It .c-t 6W (ester re or
ft ariy 4 cpjarier 01 a uiiiiiuii 'louirs 1
Cawker "llu( I Fuppoe that Iniluded the
tips for the wutm. Pu.k. J
MAKER AND FITZSIMMONS. !
II is AMIttM CCtttAIN IMAI Illl.t
wli.i. to.Mi! iooi;t unit.
Oiilnn, labrr's llniker( llm lennt Han
Milan's Articles for a I'luUli I'lebt
In lYI'tii if, to lie I'lillrd
tiff III Jlrtlro,
Mew York, Dec. A John J. CJulnh, manac.
ft of Peter Maher. met Dan Stuart this
morning and aatcod to a fight between
Mahrr and Kllaslmmon.
Wuinn heard Stuart's frofiolllan. which
wa for a light with Fltaolmmoii for a
fin.WW purse and the championship belt, to
be held mar Kl Paso, Ten. Ijulnn assented
to It and callel for article of aittpement
Xtuart suaaested thai the would better be
signed outside the state and tjullth at qui
(' el The date selected t either Febru
ary 13 or 15 A telegram was ent to Pita
Simmons asking him If this date whs sails
fa. lory. His reply l expected this after-
The light wlll be for a putse and the
htatyweiaht championship The amount
of the pure will probibl be JIO.OW, but It
Is tin li rslond that (jultin withes lo hava
II n,oOn. Whett Ihe articles are signed the
principals will put up H iiw each a a guar
antee of good Jalth. It Is ptoposed to pull
Ihe fight off In Mexico. Just arros the
lllo Urande from F.I Paso, Te. It Is
planned to erect there a tent capable or
affording cata for ao.noo person. 11 was
agreed b tjuinn and Stuart that the stake,
holder must be a man who does not llvo
in the slate.
The article of agreement will be prai
lleally the ame a thoe agreed to by Cor
bet t and Fltcslmmons.
Stuart I empowered with full authority
to make the match with Maher, but nts'
slmmons ha stipulated that he must first
tnnke a formal request of t'orbrtl to meet
the Australian In Mexl Fltuslmtnons
and Maher have met before In the ring.
The) relight at New Orleans on March .'.
lsW. and Maher was Vanquished In twelve
rounds Maher was kneked out by Joe
lloddatu on December 1. IK'i, In three
rounds, fought Hi the Coney Island Ath
letic club's arena.
The article of agreement which were
drawn up this afternoon ate as follows
Articles of ngteement to govern 11 glove
contest to a llnlsh between Holier! J. l'ltz
sltmnon. of Newark. N. J, and Peter Ma
her. of I'lttaburg, Pa..
First It Is agreed liy the perons above
named that between noon and 0VI01 k on
the Uth day of IVbruur). PtHl, they will
contest a fair, stand-up battle with live
ounce gloves, under Marquis of Qneenber
r) rules, to decide the heavyweight cham
pionship or the world; a purse of IlO.t"" to
be given by Dan A. Sluart, of Dallas,
Tex, and the Police (laxette championship
Second The ald Dan A. Stuart agrees
to deposit Jl.oc" with lllchnrd K. Fox as
temporary stakeholder on this date, De
cember .1, l-"i, the remaining i",(V to bo de
posited on Februar.v 11, lv.ii, with a llnal
stakeholder to be selected on the 14th ipiy
or Janunrv, lyie! In the event of the said
Fitr.slinmons and Maher railing to agree
upon a llunl stakeholder, the selection to
be made bv the said Dan A Stunrt.
Third Dan A. Stu.u t, on behalf of Itobeit
V Fltslminons and John J Qutnn. on
be hair or Pete r Mahc r, agree! to depolt
with ltlclmrd K. Fox the sum of Jl.issj
eaih to guatantee the iippcmaiice In the
ling of said Ftlzstmmon and the said
Main r at the lime and place selected for
the encuunler. The appearance inone) (so
Hilled), to be transferii.il to the llnal .take
bolder on the nth da of Janu.uy, l-SiJ In
the event of cither 1 Itzsltnmons or Maher
falling for an) reason to contest the bat
tle, he shall roirelt Ills thousand dollars
appearance money to the pint) or the tlrst
part, who shall huvo tultllled his pnrt or
Fourth The said ltoliert J. Fltrsimmon
and the said Peter Maher further ngiee
that the Jin (Ml purse shall be given to the
winner of the contest.
Firth The said Din A Stuart further
ngiecs as the paily of the second pint
that If. for any leuson. he falls to fulfill
his agi cement to provide a battleground
or In any wnv falls to fulfill his part of this
ngreeini nt to facllltlatn the meeting of tho
said Fltzslmmons and Maher without In
tel f.rence, he shall foi felt tho Jlu.OiK) placed
bv him In the hands of the Una! stake
holdi r, the homo to bo divided equally be
tween the said Flt7slmmons and Maher
SItliIt Is further agreed between the
said Maher and said Fltzslmmons that
the location of the ground shall I11T made
bv the saii Stuart, who agrees 10 Inform
the said Maher and FlUslmmons of the
place selected nt U o'clock on the morning
of the 13th day of Fehruaiy. I!W.
Seventh The selection or n referee to bo
made on January It, lSiel bv mutual con
sent of the said Fltzslmmons and Maher.
In the event of the said Fltzslniinons and
Maher lulling to agieo upon a icferee, the
selection to be left to the tlnnl stakeholder
Flghlh All the privileges nppearlninlng
to the contest to be at the absolute dis
posal of "Dan" A. Stuart
The articles were not signed because It
would In on Infraction ot the law ejulnn
will go out of the stale to sign them, and
Sluart will take them to Texas for Fltz
A large crowd or sporting men were
prci nt In the St James hotel during the
ptepar itlon or the artlctes Among those
Invited weie James ,1 Cothett, W A.
Tcrntlv "J01 " Vendlg "Dick" Itm he Ike
Thompson, Tnbv Wall Jack McAulllTe,
Tom CV ltourke "Parson" Duvls, Jim coney,
Solly Smith, "Kd" Kenncy. and others
,11m Cone) made a match Iwtween Solly
Smith and Jerty XIai shall ut 122 pounds,
to tako place before the Hureka Athb tic
Club of Italtlmoie, In the near future
The men will light for JI ono a side and a
puise 'T.d" Kcnney Smith's manager,
and J. J Qulnn, for Mai shall, put up Wm
forfeit with Sam Austin
A OO.VlltOVi:itsV II Villi DHVI.H,
llruuli ls'lr)lng to Prove 'that l'rerdiiuin
(! nn 1 1 1 in an option.
New York. Dec li. The Woild to-morrow
will have the following President John
T Hiush. of the Cincinnati Uasi ball Cluh,
has tilcsl an alll la It with Pnslknt Voung,
nf tin National l-augui, to the effect that
President Fieedman, of the New York
Hasebalt Club, had given the Cincinnati
1 lub an option upon the sirvkes of Jack
Dovle, and had then ruthlessl) broken the
agreement in order to make a trade with
the Hnltimore club for "Kid" Gleitson, '
Thl is blinging up again u warm Inci
dent of the rei ent meeting of baseball mag
nates. Mr. Freedman was very anxious to se
cute Allie Latham for the Nt w York te-im.
He lmirtuned Mr Uruh to dose the deal,
but tho Clm Innnll magnate declared that
In liked the third basemun too will to let
him go He continually asked for further
lime. Shortl) alur. however, ihe Baltimore
club came lo Mr. Freedman with the eiffe-r
of "Kid" Uleason for Do)b, and the trude
Instantly closed, ns Mi. Freedman In no
wa luniidered himself bound to Mr.Hrush
It was not long afuu these negotiations
ha 1 dosed that Mr. Ilrush told -Mr. Freed
man he would give up Latham, Where
upon he wus told b) Mi. Freeclinan that he
was 100 lute, because be had already he
"Hut )ou gave me an option until to
morrow morning"' said .Mr Hiush.
"I did n-t do unv thing of the kind," re
spondee! Mr, Frudman.
Mr. Hrush has slme traded Latham to
tt. Louis and Just what he menus b) hla
lommunlcatiun to PiesUUnt Young at this
late daj, is not quit, clc.gr.
lloirtl of Iteilew Heard i;vldenru In a
.Sunilier of Cases Y!crd.i
New Yoik, JJec. 5. Among the casaa da.
cided by the board of review of the Na
tional Tiottlng Aaisoi latlon to-cldy was thai
of (l U. Jtobens, of Urund liapicjs, Mb h .
ac'usecl of fro ml In the lio.ooa Alcryon
Nelson rae ot Jle.pon park, llosiou In
imi Hobens had applied for permanent
reinstatement, but the board would oni)
continue the tempoiar) rclnsiati'inuu
granteil him ut Chb ago last )in
Dr. J i:. P McCusky. Iin uister, Pa.
wjiu was expelled tor iufoi 11 allt) and
vvioug oiiliitiin at l.v Grand track In lull-',
was ordered teiiistated, as the board ion
sldcred he had been suilh lenilv punished
T. H Davis, of Williamson. Pa. applied
for the reinstatement of lilinsi If ami Ills
liaises, lie wa suspended ut I. kens, pa,
on August 31, 115 The boarl found that
although Davis withdiew his horse In the
customary vvuy, It wus a violation of the
letter uf tin luw and tie pruiiin at thai
traik. A tine of $H) wa,s imisim and
Davis suspended until it was puld
The applietttlon for re lnstutonent of Dan
iel ):. Iloyer, Orvvlgfburg, Pa , who was
extnllisJ 011 u charge of "ringing" ltoac.li
mate alttt I'etur. was denied
ijueens County AKrltultiual Sot Ictv made
application for a relit ariug of the old
I'Ueen Itesa case. 'Ihe mare fell In a taut
at Mineula, L, I , and fulled to liiiUb. The
Judges allowed the mare to fctait ngaiu
jud he won the ruci The boir I dc.lded
thai the Judge were wrong In allnving the
limit to start again and din it .1 the owner
of Uueen Hess to refund the prUe to the
to it-wry foi redutrlbutlon. He will stand
juapindcd until the money ! paid ovir.
The board went Into executive btsklou
aftt r luncheon rees, but opened up later
to bear Mr John Horden. Sr , In sclerema
to the case ot St Stevens Park ssoi latlon.
of St Stevens, New Hrunsvvl k against
Georgi Curvllle of St John, Ntvv Hruns
wt k It appears that Curvllle emend Ills
A MOTHERS DUTY
TOWAltliS Hl'.K DAUOHTEItS.
Sticgcsttoni 'Which Hcnr I.cpcntliiK, cA
Their linporlonco li Iiiimcasiirnlilc.
trrtULTi ot tier ttADriu
Only ,t few jer. nco ccn tho nicillc.tl
jirofetVluti fcmiliil the Ide.i that jouiii
plrUcotiM .otilTorfrutii llio misery of tilcrus
Th.il form of i!l"nt It wa) claimed,
c.imo only to in.irne I women.
'mien ti.vill.t V.. I'lnklntii flrt ent out
tho news of her .tircit illroery, tliero
was no lack of lnrh speech from thoi)
who-c practice alul iipinlotis she set et
Itttt whrn joutiij Rlrls by the lttltitlrcil9
were nlitolulely t-urcsl by l.idln. .'. 'nr
ham'i Vcuctable Coinpoiintl, then tho
tongue of tlw tntrturers were stilled, and
faith was allowed lo live In the hearts of
Youii"; rtirls aro subject to (hla troulile.
It rolu them of Ijie biinvnnry of youth
It nitkes nil offort dlstasP fill.
It fames retention anil suppression of
menses, Icucorrhtri, severe Iieadache,
waxy complexion, elepiv-sion, weakness,
loss of aietlte nnil interest.
Certainly mother?! ought to know that
these aro nil sjmptoms of tho one cane
of nearly all tho suJTerlna that comes to
women; and to save. theJr daughters
ouht lo begin treatment at once.
LvJla II. I'lnkhnin's Yegctahlp Com
pound Is tho surest and mii't natural
remedy for women over compounded. It
will accomplish its work i ith certainty.
horse. The track people claim the telegram
did not nriivi' until ihe following morning
anil they took tho horse out of the stable
and placing their own driver behind him,
started him In the ra '. Carville claimed
the horse won Injure I through improper
handling. He sued the usoi latlon for
l.r damnges, but was onlv awarded $1')
The association spent ne-arlv Jl.lm) in de
fending the suit and no, ask the board to
e.pe'l Mr. Carville.
ACMES BEATENLAST NIGHT.
in 11 Close an I lln Itlng Ciune the Kansas
Cltjs llc.lt 'II 1 Out li) a II1111-
There was a battle ruval In the bowling
tournament l.i-st nlul t when the Kansas
Cltvs m.t the hitheiiu unbeaten Actnei- on
the Prunsvvlck ullevs '1 lw game was an
exceisllnpl) clos-o ami ecltlng one up to
the twcno-tlfth frame, when the Acmes
went to ptece.s and the veterans of the
K insas City team bowling- their liunRft
pinif at the tlnlsh, won out by the score
or 2 33m to 2,-!. gaining tho Victor) by 11
margin of Just ll pins
Only one imwler, Kopf, ot the Acmes,
succeeded In f.is-lng the- &) mark, he
tlnli-h-ing with the excellent M-ore of fili
the highest yet made In 11 tournament
game cm the Hrutrswlek alleys. IIi;kctt
of the Kanttis Olt)s, was high man for the
winning team, with 4'. All of the Kansas
Cit)s bowled fulr ' orfs, but three or the
Acmes Tell away lsMw their averages, Of
rutt finishing low man of the game, with
WW Tho store
Strikes. Spires. Total
Hackett T 17 i
Nichols 1 16 173
Iirley .s 10 W,
Hell 6 1 Cil
Dixon 7 12 112
Strikes. Spares. Total.
11 11 :.17
fi 1 154
, 7 7 121
10 G s.'J
I 13 -105
,.1 "Et 223S
'the (liiinit '1 bis livening
Tho tournament g-amo this ovenlng will
bo between the Owls and tho Standard's
on tho HrunMvUk alleys.
STANDING OF Tim CLUBS.
Won. Last P.C
Kansas Cit)s " 1 .7.')
Acmes 3 1 .7o0
Electric 3 1 .7.V)
Vikings. 3 1 .750
Owls 2 1 .I7
Phoenix 1 3 .2.-.0
Ilellevues .. 0 I .C)
Standards 0 3 .OX)
HtOIIKST TUAM scoitr.s.
Kansas C'ltys , '-'."'.'7
Owl 2.3 r
Acmes ,. 2,311
Ilellevues . .. , 2,Ut
HIC.HKST INDIVIDUAL SCOIti:?
Bleetrics-Flu. e 651
Acmes dtiise 1, , M5
Kansas i'lt.- Haikett r.23
Vikings Law ton Git
Owls Crid. r SI'.'
Pheoplx Monls .. ,, ,.,..l
Ilellevues Purteous ,, 171
Standards Dtmorest 113
AcillCA s, Kansas ( lt)t.
Strikes. Spares, Total.
Ikirsn ,...10 1! 422
Kopf , U It M7
Wilcox ..,..,. 7 7 4J7
OffUt I 13 m
Hurd t: M 4ti
Nl' hols 4 PI 471
Hell ., 1 It 4",t;
Failey S 10 (
Hackett ... 7 17 4i
Dixon ,.,. 7 U 412
.Star Howling CI11I1.
C'rcuCeuf Itow Hug Club.
Strlkus. Spares, Total.
W. H. Miller 7 15 472
. S. Ayers ,, 3 JS 4.
o. (1. Mi vers , ,5 ii 35
J. II Wilt 2 8 3al
O. W. Lorlng .....,,,,,., 7 5 toi
J M. Conner ,,, 5 3 373
W. I. lichen ,. I 4 311
J. A. Hoppiirt ,.,,.3 5 XH
13. L Morris 1 7 1'71
.iiii I rune Ueu Hares,
n;in i ram 1110, ioc. a inn ncavy rain
spoiled the guing at Inglesfde to-d ty Just
as ihe tr.uk was beginning 10 dry out.
Vlnotor, tin- crack 3-)car,-old, of tho Hlm
wooa stoek (arm, won ae ho pleasul in Dm
hauUkap from Pat1.11t.1tc, with lirilllu up.
Two favorite- one second iholcej und two
.Mil..l.l,.,u i, t ft I liu u Innui u
UULSliieis vveri uie willlll'is
First raie Seven lutlongs. Can't Danco
won; Doubtful, Miiond; Ia VJcnta, third.
Time, 1 J3'..
Mei nun late nil, lunongs. i-armei won,
Johnny Pa)ne,evondj Hilly S., thlttl Time,
Third lace rive' furlongs. Philomena
won; Seiviie, second; Itmi Will, third,
'nine, 1 0l4
Oalesburg, 111 , lec, 5. President Hvans.
of Heddlng lollege, publishes t')-d.i) an
article denouncing football eiiul declarlng
ihat he bus prohibited tho game at Hed-
It makes Hair Grow!
. AYCR'S HAIR VIGOR.
i-muihi race nix anu onu.naii luiiongs,
Vlnotor won; Potentate, second; Pcaiadir.
thlid. Time, 1 ilW '
Fifth pace- Five furlongs. Utorge .Mlllir
won; 1'ilnti'M l's'i sevxind; Jteddlnfc-ton,
third, Time, 1 W'i.
Inn-, term the game a dlssraee lo college
life dhd Christian clvllltatlon.ntiel compare
it to prlre ring contest and bull fight.
He tlnlms that In thi conntrj ami I5n
Klansl durlnc the last few yu I'D 5 0ttng
men have been killed In footlnll gam,
and he define thi killing 11 mfiMler. He
ehurge that i veil young woiiipn nre being
nffec ted by the brutnlltv of the irntne, ami
he assett the mime I lowering the Hand
nrl of schoktrthip ahd discipline In tli
New Orleans Itnrps.
New Orleon, Dse S. Kleventh day Crr
s?nt City Jockey Club winter meeting.
Weather cool and clear Track fast. At
tend a in e good
First race-Selling, even furlonrt. taif
iihiPIH I to I. won: nverelldx to 1, wcond;
Ji k the Jew. II lo I. third. Time, 1 WW
Second raceSix furlongs, floutlle. I to a,
won I.avftle, II to I, second; llo)nl Choice,
10 10 1, third. Time. 1 HW,.
Third race .telling one mile and seventy
ui Is Proverb, i to 1. won, 'uen lie,
11 lo r,, second, Terrapin, ! to 1, third.
Time. 1 j;
1 vurth race Handicap; sir tutlongii,
M irr. it in. 11 to li, won: Mklta, 12 to 1. see
11 1 lllbernla Queen, t to 1, third. Time,
Fifth rare Selling; nevtn and one-half
furlong. O, H, Co. fi to 1, won: Lester,
0 to 1, ftecondj HIU) ilfnntl, 0 to 1, third.
Dec Uriel 11 flrtu-
New York, Dec u There nfl n er)
larg. ntttmiiatice of club members and
gu'st at the new Manhattan Club to-nlnht
to j.ee the ten rolind bout for a decision be
iween Oeorge Dlron. of HcmIoii, th feath
erweight ohnmplon of the worlJ, and Frank
F.rni , of Hurfnlo. who aspires to the cham
pionship. At the end of th" tenth round
tht light wa declared a draw.
This evening nt ; o'clock th're will be
Plnjetl n game of basket ball, tielwppii the
'Tigers" and the "AJsx " The last named
team Is a new one on the field and the
game will theiefore be nn interesting one.
I Irr Npnrllug Notes.
Steve O'Donnell the Australian pugilist,
has been cngaeeii as boxlnc Instructor of
the new Manhattan Athletic Club
A dispatch from IOiulon a) s that Jem
Smith and Don Crecdon have been matched
nt catch weight for a l'' pur before
the National Svortlng Club, January 27.
Articles have len sgnd
The Abilene football team villi go to To
jw ka to-morrow to play the Topeka. eleven
The Abilene hnve never been beaten and
liavet In their line W A. Matteson, former
ly of the state' unlvrt-ltj team.
The Louisville club will not pnrt with Its
crack outfielder, Fred Clarke, although the
New York club has outbid nil others with
cash off'ts. There in a chance, low ever,
that outfielder Holmes ma) go to New
There Is still talk of a tight Wtween
Moot nd Purtell. and It Is llkclv that
arrangement will be completed to bring
them together In private sometime within
the net week A limited number of spec
tatois will be allowed to witness the light.
Duck We-nvcr has Je.fl San J.'rnnclsco for
his Kansas rarm. He is trvlng to persuade
the Milwaukee club to sign thu capable
Lincoln catcher, "Kid" Speer. Specr claims
that Lincoln cannot hold or tmnsfei him
to Cedar Kaplds, owing to arrearage of sal.
Helnrlcb Hortsmann, the nround-the-world
cyclist, arrived nt Cincinnati nt C p
m. jesterday flom Columbus He was m't
at Hamilton by Frank Fay, John Schmidt
and other Cincinnati wheelmen and es
corted to their city, wheru he remains all
Manage r Walter Wllmot, of the Minne
apolis club, has signed Arthur Hull, one
of the best known placts of the Chloag)
City league, and a man with evpeilenco
In professional i anks In the Virgin.! State
league also Hall Is 23 )cnrs old, and said
to be a fast man and u good batter.
Fred Dames, the crack pitcher of the
champion Lltuoln team of the Western
Association, is a membei of the I'nlverslty
of Nebraska, class of TkJ. Hnrnes llrst at
ti acted notli e us a pit her on the university
team He Is a .voung fellow of excellent
habits, and will probably be seen In faster
company next season
Secretary Hopper, of the I.atonla Jockey
Club. yeslerda) announced seventeen
stakis, to close January 13. L'leven will
be decided at the spring meeting of PSG.
thiee at the fall meeting and three at the
spring meeting of 1SJ7. In addition, there
will be the IWb), Oaks and Ilim)nr,
which closed last January.
Then was a reorganisation of the St
Joseph ball dub jesterday. Many of the
old stockholders retired and others took
their places Henry Hesse was elected
president and secreitnry and France Haucr,
treasurer. The following playerr. have been
signed John Magel, Chnric Pniker, Frank
Halltr, Tom Valley, Leo Messmer.
The new club house of the Knnns City
C)its at Fifteenth and Charlotte htreets
will be formall) opened this evening with
a reception md entertainment, for which a
vailed programme has been nirnnged. The
1 vc lists have issued a large number of in
v nations to their friends to call and lnsptct
their new and handsome cuarters.
S (J. V Gilswold, sporting editor of tho
Omaha lice, wa exonerated esterday at
Plattsmouth or complicity in the death or
Arthur Jtobblns, who died there a year ago,
ami engaging In a prize light with James
Lindsay, In which Orlswold was refene.
The Jury ilcclurcd him In no wise lespousi
ble for the fatal termination of the affair.
Samuel Karpf, representing the Linden
Grove bowling team, or Hronklvn, which
will leave In March for a tour of Western
cities, has written to Kansas City asking
thnt a game or series of games be arranged
for this cit. A 11 strong picked team
could be selected heie It Is likely that the
match will be arranged if terms can be
Manager It win and Huslnes Minager
Wntklns, of the New York baseball club,
will start Smith Satunlny lo look up
spring trilnlng quarter for the Olunts
President Freedman Is en partial to Jack
sonville , but vv ints the best tor his plijir.
and .Messrs Irwin and Wutklns will in
spect the facllltl' of stveial Southern
cities before making a decision.
John Skeen, who has been busily en
gaged for the past few 'lays preparing the
Madison (111) race Hack for thu postponed
opening nt;t Saturday, received a telegram
yesterday from Louts Ce-lla, vvho conttols
the track, ordering him to quit work nt
once and do nothing until fuither ordos
It has been asceitalned that the Hack will
not be ojencd at all, nt least under fella's
F. J. Titus, who was suspended by the L.
A. W, has decided to take his case befoie
the national assembly meeting for adjust
ment. Titus said to a icpotter last tilghc
"We stopped In St. Louis for one entiie
week, during whlth time we heard nothing
of our impending trouble. We were In
Kansas City just one day, when we were
notified by lloberts of our suspension.
Itoberts has worked entirely on hearsay
what was said after the races, when we
rea!l said nothing that would Implicate
IT WAS NOP Hlh llllAI'.r.
More uu Ocriiilnn for Mtrllclngn Fire Alarm
'Iliiin Culling 1111 Ambulant e.
From the San Francisco Post.
A slender llttlo old man. with horny
hnnilH and grimy face, chopped Into a sunt
on a Mm Ice t street car last night, set his
lunch basket between his feel, mopped
the perspiiatlon off his face with a ragged
bandanna handkerchelf, and leaned back
exhuunteii fiom his day's work Suddenly
he started clasping both hands over his
lieail and groaned Several passeugets
looked at him callously lie was uvl
deutl) suffering Intense!).
"What's the tnattei .'" Inquired the man
nex.t to htm
"Oh1 till' It's my heart " he groaned.
His face was contorted' with Iho ugony
he suffeittj und he writhed and moaned
"Is there a phjslelan In tho car?" shout
ed an al.umid passenger.
The passengers crowded about the suf
ferer. "Stand back and give him air!" )-clled the
conductor. "Stand lack!"
The man's groan ended In a shriek of
"Let me see what I can eo for him." re
maiked 1 stranger "I'm it phvHltlan "
The crowd gave wa); thci tufferer
slipped fiom the seal 10 the floor of the
car, und la) thcie writhing and groaning-.
Oh. It's 111. luait' o-h-h"
The ph)siiun stoopctl over and com
menced to loosen the kutfirer's clothing,
"Shall I ring tor an umbuluncu?" In
cluded the cumuli tor.
"No you'd better turn In nn alarm of
liie," and the physician threw on the floor
of the car the stubbv clay pipe that had
set tite lu the old man's vtbl pocket,
Hi r .MUiliui.
Cleveland Plalndenler: "Professor," said
M's Skylight, "I want you to suggest a
course In life for me, I huvo thought of
"What ure our natural Inclinations?"
"Oh, my soul yearns and throtu and pul-tate-s
wth an ambition to give tho world
a llfework that shall be marvelous in Its
scope und Weirdly entrancing In the vust
ness of its structural beauty"
"Woman, jou'ro horn to be a milliner,"
Indianapolis Journal; W.itts "It Is not
safe to tiust to uiqieuranctW
Potts "Hspeciully to farewell appear-
Hlllor Turner, a, boy w ho lives In the rear
of No. &0b Harrison street, wot. stubbed in
tha left forearm by Turner Davlu, otntr
bor. 1jt night, duxvg a. 11 at
YOU ARE POWERLRSS.
MI1IA1 OFIIIlIIMI IIIL IIM'.NOIR
Impostlbte lo (luard AcilnM It-Hut 1 litre
Aro .Many (lood Ililim In llypnot
Ism, mid .Many Iteiirllts
Are llipic trili
From the N'w York Morn ng Jo 'rna!
Ilypnollsw ha some so i l- m t
of these have been dc'iel d in 1 u
Milt It 1 also lit lim th' ih' avvf il -irer
of thi new force a- ir " vu
telled TIM I the Mate r,.c tit e f tt e 11
i menlt by the most einim 11. in heal ' '
"Within Ih jear hypp:tlsm has li.m
time appretl In rnitulcr tual m I 1
rope onte in franc , once m Prmiiv
and cms c In IMglum. In all three tr ils
the rait that h)pmtlm might hav I ti
usee! for the commission of ihe trim, s w i
well established, whetn'r or liol It w
piuved that It wa actual) used In Ln
gland It ha thrice appeare 1. once In 11
ills of buralarj-t we.rj robber) b 11
young n-omnn of fnmn ami ivwit'oii, nt-1
here the case vv well eotalil'sln 1. t in e
In a ae of criminal oetr.i,- nn 1 on c
In a case of forger) and mlai p.vipr' 1
tlon of fund. In An.-rleii t hns l 11
even more perltcnt In It d trim'11.111 n
to show that a new ei-miit ha I 11 "
troduecd Into our social life 11 iiwl s
uncoMrollable element, woiking hoiru 0
fevrilly that to expot Il is h tpt I
Hern were cited the ca.'t of tli imir, r
or Cntlmiine Ulng, nar Minneapolis ti ,
ruin of Mabel Hrlggs and Almi Lent art,
at Kau Claire, Wl , Ih relcbrit' I lv.il 1
case al Columb.ii, o , ihe irurji r of Them
a Patton bj Tom Mcp'in il 1. wr. wa at
the time under the tLinotl' iiuli'eii nf
Anderson Urn), at Coniva), Kas, and who
so clenrlv esliiblLshed this intluem ' th it
Ii" was acquitted, although ne ndmltt d
the killing, while oray ais convieiiu nn 1
"In four of the cae hcn menttoned "
continues the French physn,iu, 'iheri v. as
ui h strone evidence thu. hjpna'lc Inllu
ence really did ilny Its p.iit in the climes
tlrat It had II etTee t on 111 J Verdicts. Thus
the situation must b nvogii-d as set -011s.
We must ask s 1 .r,c e for some w ay
of controlling this Kiwer whi-h It nas lib
erateel. This force which ws are assured
will do much toward eff iln cures ln
manr Held hitherto clui-el will apparel tly
n.s qulcklv obey the cummat 1 of mnWin -tots
a of scientists. This Is horrible, for
there Is ubsolutelv 110 w.i) in which the
world can be guarded aga-ns' the danger,
"The criminal who works through the
medium of hjpnotlsm is safe He selects
his victim the one whose life he wlhes
to feloniously end. He then selects his
weapon. The weapon 1s no loni-er a knife,
the Instrument of th- old-tlm" assassin
who worked Willi crude dlrectnee. This
line de steele murderer chooses differently
He picks out another man, n woman, a
little child. He may choose his very .swect
hesart or wife From then on It Is Very
simple He simply calls his choen In
strument to Mm and places htm or her
under hypnotic Influence. We will -i)
that he hos chosen the man's sweetheart
He gains hypnotic control of her That
may not lie easy, but It Is not likely to
be Juird. Then, when she 1 in n trance,
ho sny to her: 'Go, to-morrow at 3 30 ln
the afternoon, and take from the upper
shelf of the butler's pantry ln your house
.1 sharp knifo. Carry it concealed to the
ditiwlngroom. Send for )our lover When
he embraces you as he enters thrust the
sharp knife Into Ms hoart.'
"If she Is a good 'h) nolle subject' she
will do as he bids her, and will murder
her lover without question nt the exact
time and In the eact way which he has
commtnded. Hefore the cilme shi will
be ignorant of the Impending tragedy
Artor ihe crime she will bo without the
slightest memory or having clone It, or of
having been commanded to do It That
knovvhslge Is a pan of her hypnotic ex
istence only. Hut of course she Is taken
red-handed and Is punished. The real
murdei er, the man on whose head the
blood of the murdei ed man actually rests,
Is as s..'cure as If he were really lonocent
All this H quite ivosslble. Nay. It Is easy
to hypnotize. Cases as strange haw al
ready been brought to the public attention,
and there Is no way ln which we can
say with certiinty thnt hundreds of cn-es
nave not occurred ot wntcn tne putmc win
never know any thing the exact counter
part of the case which 1 have used as an
illustration nuiy vety well have oceurp d
jesterdav or It maj- occur to-morrow
Tim revival ol hypnotism In Paris is one
of the most remarkable events of ihe time
It must be consl'leicd n revival, for hyp
notism is very old Some of the blgge"1
ami most serious minds In Pails have been
working at its problems during the past
half elcuen years, and just iidw the lesults
of their laliois are beginning to become
known Caicot, Pasteur's co-woiker, gave
the best ot his latel life to It, and did not
fail to lnteiest hla confrere In the task,
and he collected about him n school of
savants who weio willing to admit that
thetc was something In this stiunge lnllu
fiice, and thnt It was worth while to (Hid
out what It wa" Of them men. Dr Lujh
Is b far the lust known, and has been the
most successful in his elfoi ts to red mo the
chaotic mass of known facts about hyp
notism Into something npproat hlng order
and usefulness. Dr Luys says
"The dangers of it are appalling I have
studied fnlthfiillv, but cnn see no way in
which they can be mltignted. Nor does the
future seem to promise any way I cannot
but feel convinced thut. while we have un
doubtedly round a valuable aid 10 medi
cine, and while we tnav have found nn ex
planation tor most ol the things which
nave made si lent e wonder timing the ages
In hypnotism, still we have also found In It
the most liuirible of nil weapons tor evil
doers Cilminils of all kinds, fiom the
iiurelv brutal to the mugnlllccntly skillful,
mai Und in the nance ami Its nccompanl-me-iits
tho method by which they may do
any crime, an) wickedness, without run
ning the sllghlt st risk of dlscovci) The
man who knows whnt this really amounts
to gasps when he thinks of It. it Is not
less than appalling." . , ,
Tho conveiMillon thus began was carried
on In the doctor's oillcc In the Cnailty hos
pital. 1 asked him to outline hypnotism
and what has so fur been accomplished
"It may be cnlled the Influence of mind
over matter," said he. "Indeed," he con
eluded, smilingly, "almost all science might
lie defined In the same way. It Is the sub
jugation ot one will power by another.
UoiiKlily speaking, there are three states
In hypnotism First comes the lethargic
state, which Is meicly sleep. Second comes
the cataleptic state Third, the somnam
bulistic state. Tho last Is tho highest ot
tho liveitinlle states.
In n lethargic state the skin and the
mucous me-mm anes nre insensiuie. me nouy
Is i-ierfeellv l.i. A l-.LUe.l limb falls back
limp and heavy If dropped. Itcsplratlon Is
deeper and quicker than no mill. Tho tplnal
corn is gic.ui) pcueu.
"From the lethargio state it Is very easy
to throw .1 good subject into the cataleptic
state This is usually done merely by open
ing the ees of the subjet Tho change!
Is Instantaneous. If one only Is opened
tho change) v.111 atteel that side of the body.
Strangely enough. It Is nue Ih it In the
hypnotic stale- each human bong Is divided
longitudinally. The two tldis see-n. to be
mom or less independent. For Instance, a
subject whose one side mis been put Into
the e.ituleiitlc state will hoi 5 un arm ab
solutely rigid on that oldo In any dhll
cult and normal!) Impossible position, while
the other nun-on thu idd which Is still
In th Icthnro'lc stato is as limp and nerve,
less u a raw The catatepe." side of the
subject's face ma) smtlo while the lethargic
sldo frowns, or vbe veisa. Tho cataleptic
btatii Is characterize.! 1 Ihe statuesque'
condition The e)es are op-11 and staling,
Itcsplratlon has almost cea.ed .Muscular
Intelligence, vision und neailng are only
partly deadened The muscle, will retain
any position Into which (key may be
placed, no mnttir how elltlicult. or how un
natural, without upparent tat.irle, Jntfrsu
rigidity of tho muscles Is possible, If you
placo a cataleptlo ubiCb muscle ln
certain positions up analogous ullt-ct will
be prod in eet Hisin the brain, as, for In
stance, If )Oti raise the arm and closo the
lists. In tho attitude of ,1 ;lgnter, thu hub
ject's face will assumo uu Pxptvslon of
wrath, and the. whole bodyi ami mlrnd will
uppaienll)' adjust Itself to tlu Idea of com
bat. If, on iho other hand, you r.tlio ono
hand lUlul) to the llpt in n certain way,
tho idea of throw ng a klm Is communlcut
ed 10 tho mind on tho subject, the lips
smile, and tho wholo ierean adjusts itrelf
quickly to these new conluui;.-.
"Fiom tho cataleptic ."talo tha subject
may bo throw 11 Into the somnambulistic
state by friction on the head. In this state
the skin and the mucous membiane uro in
sensible to pain, but Iho setups are other
wise elevi loped to ,1 hlsh dere. Tho men
tal faculties uro Intensely ncllve. Tho I )i
notUetl subject mu) bo said to be lutomat
Ic, but to act under the dlie liin of Iho
iopnotlzcr't will. After awakcnnur no re.
luobrunce of what Qtcurrt-d quring Iho som
nambulistic state remains In Ihn subject's
"It Is In tho last stagethe somnambu
listic stage Hint most of the wondeiful re
sults of h)pnotlsm have ben obtained.
That Is, the stage Into which the operators
(who an still I believe, permitted to give
jnibllc exhibition In America, although
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DIVMOSI) lllllli hroili-.lilJlM.iliiM (.en ,gl
they have veiy wlstdy been stopped ev.iv
whero else) endeavor to throw their -u.
Jects A subject In th's stage will ,n t ,1 .
solutelv as commanded to by th per-oi
control, will believe what lie is told w
see what" he Is told to see, will fall .
di"iern what he Is foi bidden to see-, thuuc
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"lo what practical, beneficial use h ,
hpvuotlsni actually been put?" I aski 1
'"tye nave used It in the Paris hospitals
as fully as possible, and are still eii. i,
men ting ountantly. What we ii iv
achieved has bci-n tnostly bv "suggest. ,
I-or instance, we llnd a patlt-nt wht. n
Binfi'rlng from melancholia, i should -.n
hero that the proportion of iienioiis v li
are susceptlblo to hypnotic treatment
smaller than is suppoed. une must be o
nervous temperament to make a good hyu
"A melancholy pitlvnt placed under livn
notl eontiol lb bade to be 'happy. While
tho command is in full foico the rocl.i
choly, of couise, passes away. Then con,
the suggestion ' So far everything ii ,
been -direct.; It is suggested to tho ,
Hint that the reason for her inelum Im v
om not exist, ana will not exlgt the n
da) nor the next. The effect Is f,rj i
"?. , T1?"- , Sluny Clues, have been a, , ,
ilisheel ln this way. Other nervous timil
les, mn'ctiiiib to tho same method of u, i'
ment. I'sther, one of the best hypiwt
hUbjexts 1 have ever seen, iv.m brought to
the hospital tulfermg from coA?uTsk.n
Sho came fiom n family of neurotics, ,.
her seven brothels or sisters had ...n
vulslons or Ills. Seveial of thorn ill, I
thu. she dc-volped them in her f, ui
tecnth iar. Her euie was of Lti I u -lupted
by her leaving the hospital fo . ,
much .ia a )ear at a tliiu. but nsivv. eld,
jeais iiflc-r s-he Iltst entereci. it b, Vu, .
pete. And in this cute not only her ovu
disease had to be ovenoim.. but an in.
L!.ovu'h ,"d,'"-'' ut ,,la"-' b'eueiations of
b,.!' ZltmX W? WrilWTJM
while he was In the h)pnotic ,ia o that in
dislikes the taste of tobacco. TldsT Ke l u.
m my dais biought lum to t in nom
vvhero iioihfng on i.cith vvoul.l Induco hiin
beiiics6" l"tf 'tli1' '''I"10"'""! "r In pb!l":
"A woman who vvas subject to acuta
Jiy.teila-hlio suftired fiom sivera attutkH
elally-was placed In the. hypnotic tla,
und absuie-il thut she would surfer sucn ai
tucks no longer. This was r"patiuti1v,tt,V
clay fur ten days, and she v,-rts u.,, 7
Nothing could bu of greatu value th,,
byiinotlsm In cases of hysteria vbl.
fclek heudachea have also been cured hi
onl) whin they weio of purel) ncirvoui ,,
Kin. A cui-e of nelvous loss of vole., w
lined ill Vicuna by one seunce u is ii ,
true that patients have been 80 comnl.V, u
Dpnotizeej thai sui gleal operations co , li
bu pirforiiiid upon Uiim wlthoui their sif
feting pain. I believe; that hJiuioiUm ' 1
eventual ) tako thi place ot moiphiiie i,
similar drugs In .J per rent of (he sural, ,i
opeiatlons. U Is very much Kss injuiioi'i
than the best of ih,ni a,i u wn'hj "2
tcrilble. danger of laying a fouiuiutlon to?
a habit. Tho drug elun uilinalli as an
onesthi tlo In sutglcal cusei, has too many
times taken a hold on ihe ..atUiit vvhi K
has been alinost tnpo.tble So lliku 0,r
Nothing i oud be moii. leiriblo ffi ?h'H
wrecks which morphine bus thus left VI
bind it. IDpnotis'm l,aB bVn fre .miaxly
used in minor surgical cuses, such as ti;.
ful'ly1." ' L'tC'' -"ltl v.'y suici'Vl.-
The time has unquestionably come when
hypnotism is tuken eeilously by ill ihS
icul silentlbts, of thu worll. in Lonilnn
Foibes Wlnslow the great In.unlt? ex
sugge'stlou. and lu Ameilca. Hi (It-o,'!".1 p
Klir.itlv einressnl litw ri,ic,c.., ...
;'i e.,,,L".v, r.i ..,;;;. i....:.t'.'' ,ua- Rieat
,e.a ... vw...v ... Mji'iiuuftui inoietii.ui
llvo )i-ars ago. It ts a gnat thing for ih0
ncvv-old bctcnco that Its principal sponlor
attulnmunta una btutitiinj; as those of d
Stie Po ou proton to have as a
judgment as I hnv?" as oo4
I I Wall I tlrts ,,- 1- .
life" showi that n, , judgnienrc r. " '
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