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PROVE LUNA SAVAGE
WAR DEPARTMENT AUTHORITIE!
SHOW PROOF OF CONTEMPLATED
FITIPIHO ORDER AT HAND
Secretary Root Preitnts to Senate
Proof That Xativen Intended to
May All Foreigners In the
Capital of Luzon.
"WASHINGTON, April 4—A little over
a year ago the senate adopted a resolution
calling on the secretary of war for in
formation tending to show tha authen
ticity and genuineness of the alleged order
for the massacre of the foreign residents
of Manila on the evening and night of
Feb. 15, 1899.
Tho secretary of war has just made
responses to this resolution, all of tho
time since the adoption of the resolution
being required to complete the search for
the necessary papers here and in the
islands. The secretary transmits In
answer to the resolution a photographic
reproduction of the alleged massacre
order bearing date of Feb. 7, 1899, and
with this photograph are a number of
papers intended to demonstrate that it is
an absolute copy of an original that
actually existed and was issued by the
late Gen. Luna.
Confirmatory evidence on this point, it
is stated, is a statement by Aguinaldo
affirming the genuineness of Luna's sig
nature to the order.
The secretary's report states that Luna
was at that time director or assistant sec
retary of war of the Malolos government
and comanding general of tne Philippina
army operating in the northern boundaries
of the city of Manila. Sandico, who was
a colonel of milk.a and whom army of
ficers In 1899 generally believed to have
been ihe author of this order, was a
member of Gen. Luna's staff and probabiy
the medium through which the order was
given by Luna to the chiefs of militia
stations in Manila.
The secretary says that additional cor
roborative evidence as to the authenticity
of the order in question is the fact as
set forth In the accompanying papers that
this Luna order was discovered in the per
sonal effects of Lieut. Col. Jose Leyba,
an intimate friend of Gen. o^una, member
of his staff and one of me most active
officers who took part in the defense of
the Philippine possessions from Caloocan
on the outskirts of Manila to Tarlac.
Finally it is said that Feb. 23, 1899, a
little over two weeks after the date of
the order a daring attack was made by
the insurrectors on the American forces
BIG RAGE IS ARRANGED
THE ABBOT AXD LORD DERBY ARE
NEW YORK, April 4.-A contract was
Blgned by ex-Fire Commissioner John F.
Scannel and E. E. Smathers today, and
by William A. Engeman, treasurer of
the National Trotting association, by
■which the association gives a purse of
for a race, best three in five heats,
at Brighton Beach, between Scanners
The Abbot and Smathers' Lord Derby.
The race will be trotted during grand
circuit week, Aug. 11-16. The Abbot has '
a record of 2:O3Vi, and Lord Derby a rec- i
ori of 2:00-2- This will bo one of the
most Important trotting races ever held. I
There will be no side bet.
Smathers and Scannel met today and j
the former said he would bet $6,000 to :
$10,000 on Lord Derby. Mr. Scannel, it is '
■aid, would have bet even money, but
dirt not care to give odds.
The race will be trotted under the Na
tional Trotting association rules, with
the specification that distancing is to be
waived. This means that should one
horse break and be distanced, he still
has a chance in the race. The Abbot
broko in the second heat with Cresceus
last year and was declared out of it.
By the terms of the race $7,000 goes to
the winning horse and $3,000 to the loser.
Ar other stipulation is that tooth horses
shall be in good form, and that the
track shall be in first-clasg condition.
Otherwise either owner may refuse to
start his horse. This will insure a race
under the best possible conditions.
'xne meeting, although to be the first
between the horses, will not be the last,
as both are under contract to race with |
Boralma. T. W. Lawson's trotter. Two I
races for purses of $20,000 each are to be j
contested by the three horses, but The j
Abbot-Lord Derby race is to take place 1
TALENT PICKS FIVE WINNERS.
Only One Favorite Meets Delent oa
the Memphis Track.
MEMPHIS, April 4.-The talent Were in
great form today and succeeded in pick
ing live winners at Montgomery Park.
The only favorite beaten was Braw 1-ad, j
in the third race, at six furlongs, and tha !
winner. Our Jessie, carried probably more
money than the aged horse. The feature i
of the day was the easy manner in which '
Abe Frank, the Derby favorite, disposed '■
of a good field. The colt, despite his heavy j
impost, was an odds-on favorite. Kartir !
got away in front and led the field to the
turn for home, when Abe Frank moved j
up and won in a canter by a length from
The first race for two-year-olds was
taken easily by Schorr's Escher-Carmen
cita colt, Spencer Reiff, which won, puli
ed up from Allan.
H. L. Coleman spread eagled his field
In the second race at a mile and a six
teenth, winning by two lengths from
Pirate's Queen, the second choice.
Our Jessie received strong support in !
the third event at six furlongs, although j
Braw Lad was favorite. Our Jessie maao j
all the running, winning easily from l.a
Bennett showed another good two-year- '
old In the fifth race In Foxie Kane, a!
handsome chestnut colt by Onondago- I
Patty, of Cork. Off third, he ran around j
the leaders and won in a canter. South \
Breeze was played all over the ring to ;
win the sixth scramble at a mile and a j
sixteenth. He justilied the confidence of j
his backers by winning handily by bait i
a length from Ida Ledford. A large i
crowd witnessed the day's sport. J'ne
track dried out considerably from yes
terday's rain, but remained slow.
First race, purse, four furlongs—Spencer
Reif, 107, J. Woods, 4 to 5, won; Allan,
107, Winkfleld, 3 to 1, and even, second;
Henry McDaniel, 107, Bayless, 12 to 1,
third. Time, :50. Lorinna, Francia, Bea
trice S, Seal Spots, Rosanco, Capt.' Ferg
Kyle and Andrew Ring ran.
Second race, selling, mile and a six
teenth—R. L. Coleman. 86, J. Walsh, even,
won; Pirate's Queen. 94, Loudon, 4 to 1
and 7 to 5, second; Gov. Boyd, 108, T.
Walsh, 10 to 1, third. Time, 1:52. .Land
seer, Corilla, Guatama, Sarilla and Prince
of Africa ran.
Third race, six furlongs—Our Jessie, 97,
I.oudon, 5 to 2, won; La Crimae, 97, T.
Dean, 6 to 1 and 2 to l, second- Theory,
114, Winkfleld, 10 to 1, third. Time, 117.
Braw I^ad, Jessie Jarboe ran.
Fourth race, mile —Abe Frank, 117, Co
burn, 1 to 2, won; Lou Woods, 104, Lind
sey, 10 to 1 and 4 to 1, second; Buccleuth,
100. O'Neill, 32 to- 1, third. Time, 1:44^.
Red Hook, Kaffir ran.
Fifth race, selling, four furlongs—Foxy
Kane, 106, Coburn, 4 to 5, won; The Don,
108, Miller 11 to 5 and 3 to 5, second- Vo
tary, 99, Birkenruth, 15 to 1, third. Time,
:50%. John Carney, Pretty Charley, Kob
ert G. Lansing, F. G. Good ran.
Sixth race,~selling, mile and a sixteenth
—South Breeze, S9, Birkenruth. 6 to 5,
won; Ida Ledford, 104, T. Walsh, 7 to 1
and 2 to 1, second; Malay. 103, Otis, 7 to
2. third. Time, 1:50%. Trebor, Lofter,
Chorus Boy ran.
Keene Leaves for New York.
T.KXINGTON, Ky., April 4.—James R.
Keene left here yesterday for New York.
He spent the day at Castleton giving the
brood mares and foals a close inspection.
He visited the new farms recently pur
chased, Cabelsdale and Vance place, and
spoke of improvements which he expects
to place on Castleton. Mr. Keene has
lc a Rltfe on Street Care.
Call at Twin City Coupon fj £Q Oc».
mania Life buildlnfc St PauL '
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(jjgjgSJgapi "" " Graven Drug Co., corner Mississippi and Louls Ma >cr' 957 E- Seventh st. LEATHER GOODS. Howard. Far well &Co 20, a and 24 W. C5S^S>
<^^^M i| BITTER; EGGS AXD OYSTERS. Nash W. T. Schulenburg, corner Earl and F v Garland ?73 Robert st f^s^~D
<BB^jPts^| ! pi,v™""'—™»«' Frank A. Holcomb, 934 Pavn« ay. iSix™^»™»* v,S D, ,v.' r PAIXTS, \ VR.MSH \\\\ oil fill
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H^y^J Clifton Dairy. 865 Rice st. S- Hl Reeves, Moore Block, Seven Cor- aye. w 4th st I'HOTOCiBAPHKRS K^^l >
H^g^H > West Seventh St. Dairy, 229 West 7th st „ %'' . _ ' Albert K. Damkroger, 355-357 359 E. Sev- • _TT „. " ] WtStl^O. I
■™!"LJ (See also Grocers and Meats.) Cedar ' °Orner Seventh and enth. ' MEATS. C- U- Collins. 420 Wabasha. p^^
(rallßft BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES. (No stamps with patent medicines) £ > riCkS°n ' -96LP^? aYe" F" R" Ye"a & C °' 7th and Cedar- SHOES. 155^5J
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'ißaifKH ' .Wheelery (Felix Joswich, proprie- DRAPERIES AND SHADES People's Tea & Coffee Store, 517 Unlver- Henry Meyers, cor. Collins and De Soto Cth «<• ' ' £|^V%
'^ftlli^s tor)' 184 Western aye. , mit . „ T7 arWAl « n B , , ,;, sity aye. , sts. The Lennon Clothing Co., 7th and Wa- )Wl!t&&M
>mza&& TC. Borg Cycle House, 372-374-376 St. ™£. ' Und Mmne" The Colannade Grocers, cor. St. Peter Eisenmenger Bros.. 516 Rice st. T ,h?, ha sts. Mlll£ :
I^B^ 8 and Tenth sts - Eisenmenger Bros., 603-605 Western ay. . la^m Funk 271 p52 "»' !fe^3 f
jllllgl CIGARS, TOBACCO VXD SMOKERS' • DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. Frank Machovec. 997-999 W. Seventh at. C. J. Ehrmanntraut, 179 Western ay. Joseph Koch, W. 7th st! PS!!
i"!3333Cw AnTirTPS , Mealey Dry Goods Co., cor 7th and Wa- 3tar Grocery Co- Concord st. .v H. C. Ehrmanntraut, 438 Broadway. L. H. Olson & Co., 82 Payne ay. BISSBI \
ARTICLES. basha. William Uhler & Co., 77& W. Seventh st William Wagner, 1008 Hastings ay. John Dornseiff, 559 University ay. imKmtmß i
(^^^^l Winecke & Doerr, 3GB Robert st. Henry Henly, State and Concord st* Westberg & Bystedt, 916 Arcade st. E. E. Chapman, cor. Selby ay. and St. °- J- Nordby, 193 Western ay.
1 P»S CVURUGES I>D SLFirns Gerber'3 University and Virginia ays 3. M. Velat, 1181 E. Seventh st. Alba"s st- John Horfclsh ' 2T7 W' 7lh st- r^^^X
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BWinecke & Doerr, CarriaSeC°-'Fifthand Henry Henly, State and Concord st* . Westberg & Bystedt, 916 Arcade st. B. E. Chapman, cor. Selby ay. and St °- J- N°rdby, 193 Western C:h'^d M
CiRRUGES A . D SLEIrH<4 Gerber's University and Virginia ays J- M. Velat. 1184 E. Seventh st. Aibans st- John Horfclsn ' 377 W' 7th st- <M&m\
- ' • Gerber'a, 909 Payne aye. J- A. Brozek & Co.. 880 E. Third st Columbia Meat Market, 644 Jackson at sto\ r.s \\i> RANGES iHp&ifc^fl 'I
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CARPET CLEANING AND HUG FLORISTS. £ , HARDWARE AND STOVES. Charle, Kuhrme,^ 2^9 Front st F. Sch^ze. 253 E. 7th st. Sgg
H^i j WEAVING A. S. Swanson, 117-119 Endicott Arcade F. J. Schulze, 253 E. Seventh st. Kohler Broo^jr. Dale and Edmund st 3. H. Copllovich. 179 W. 7th st. • MmM \
l^S^> qv, i , -nr^ A. S. Swanson. CG6 Grand aye V ! H. Copilovich, 179 W. Seventh st. Interurban Meat Market, 502 University (See also under Hardware.) S»i§S
Schroeder & Dickinson. 16 East Sixth st Vogt Bros., 178 Western aye.' ." ? G. Bauer, 1097 W, Seventh st ay ' TOYS l^^J
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COXEECTIOXERY CIGARS AXD FtRXITtRB m CARpE . TB g^-- -- « av> —«i* -STR, MEXTS. Henry Henly. co, S.ate and Concord rg^
Winecke & Doer, 368 Robert * S^ & — «-- «*> «- Minne- HAT HOSPITAU FarW6U & "^ W" "h p~* ™ *™<*' E|
»SSa^i« , sota. !..-.< ,x- t , . , v F. R. Yerxa & Co., cor. 7th and Cedar bWrlfllfS '
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I The I>ennon Clothing Co., Seventh and change, 141 to 147 West Seventh st. i HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND TINWARE. MEN'S FURNISHINGS. . (See a'° Under Grocera -> s^^ \
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(£?£££?) CONFECTIONERY AND ICE CREAM. - (See Under Meats.) * t/sota st 3. >- V/ sha sts. F. V. Garland, 378 Robert st. t'vf™***^
lf^^' C. Boosalls & Co.. 15-17 East Seventh st * The Economy Furniture & Carpet Ex- J- C'B^ Ue; 6th anJ Cedar st 3. IPHOLSTEnEUS AND RENOVATORS. r~~~~~^
<WM&M\ Joseph Frediani. 14 West Sixth st. FRENCH DYEING AND CLEANING. .change, 141 to 14, W. Seventh st. Henry Henly. cor. State and Concord sts. Schroedcr & Dlckln<lon ir « Pth nt }fWt^\i
?Mh|^ > . , * Swenson Bros., 959 Payne aye, Gerber'a, University and Virginia ava benroeder & Dickinson. XL. Cth at fflQ&&*
BC. Co.. 15-17 East Seventh st Pantorium. 356 \V abasha. Th Johnson, 946 Payne aye. CarPet Ex- Cerberus, 1*; Payne ay. f * IIMIOLS! WALLPAPER, .
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. , . Swenson Bros., 959 Payne aye. Gerber's, University and Virginia aye. eenroeoer & i^icKinson, 16 t. 6th st <!P*Ps] >
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE AXD Pantorium. 386 Wabaaha. E. Johnson, 946 Payne aye. Gerber's, 909 Payne ay. WALLPAPER. '^iTl^j I
\ LAMPS." FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY. * hats AND CAPS Gerber's. 363 Selby ay. WeMenborner Co., 58 E. 7th st. Slfen^ii
mMm I 11 C°" *** & BrO" C°™r SeVenth «*« The Lennon" Clothing Co.. Seventh and 3IE*'S MlWmHft Ma™ & 3°n ' 437 and 433 St- Peter B|^^
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