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His Going Is a Pretty Sight to Behold bat
2:09 is the .ResultHigh Winds Inter
fere with Spctfd Tqm Ice Wins Unfin
ished Three-Minuto 1'acc Erie B. is
Third In the 2:30 Pace Frontier Slakes
the Season's Best Time for Oakley
Other .Races Kcalization Stakes
St. Joseph, Mb., July 3. The attend
ance at the second day of the St.
Joseph association's summers meeting
was very pleasing on account of the
fact that rain was threatened at al
most .any time during the afternoon
and several small showers fell. Over
1,000 paid admissions. The track was
in good shape and fast, but a strong
Wind interfered with speed. One of the
features of the afternoon was the ef
fort of the great pacer Directly, to
lower his record of 2:0711. Andy Mc
Dowell sent him a pretty mile without
skip or brealc, the time being: Quarter
:Z'li half 1:03; three-quarters 1:3G;
mile 2:09 flat. The unfinished three
minute pace, purse $1,000, in which Dan
McCabe and Tom Lee had each won
two heats, was won by Tom Lee in
2:161s. The other events were:
Class 3:00, trotting, purse $1,000:
Fannie Holman 4 111
Lobby "Wilkes 13 2 2
Planxty 2 2 3 3
Xavier 3 4 4 4
Bond 5 dis
Time 2:26; 2:22; 2:214; 2:23.
Class 2:30, pacing; purse $1,000:
Lady Nothingham 1 1 1
Dick 2 2 3
Erie 6 3 2
Grayson 4 7 4
John W 5 F G
Star Douglas 7 S 5
Charlotta. 3 4 d
Grace Wilkes S ro
Impudence. Echoe, Crystal Maid,
Brown Eeyes, Kansas Chief distanced.
Time 2:14; 2:1G; 2:1SJ.
Class 2:2S, trooting; purse $1,000:
( 'SiMc rm
I k ilL. if n2t 1
Out of
Trotwood Ill
Black Hal
Pat L
Ida B
Silver Seth
Lilly G!enn
Judge Tranby
Time 2:19'!; 2:19; 2:1715.
Two-year-old pacing, purse $1,000:
King of Diamonds 1
Sulphide 2
Manzanilla 3
Thorndine 4
Midnight L 5
Happy Union 6
Time 2:17; 2:17.
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... 6
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Put a little of it out of sight
yourself, and see how good it
is. It's
Minneapolis Jtace.
Minneapolis, Minn., July 3. Results
at Minneapolis:
First race Free for all trot: Fan
tasy won first, third and fifth heats
and race. Time 2:09; 2:09; 2:11. The
last quarter in the first heat was trot
ted in 40 seconds. Directum, Davis JB
am! Kentucky Union also started.
Second The Corporal won three
straight heats. Time 2:20; 2:22-7i: 2:23.
Willet, Dr. Cronin, Louisa B. W. B.,
Cloaltia, Templemore and Gambart
also started.
Third 2:35 class, trotting: Medium
Wood -won three straight heats. Time
2:30Ji; 2:21; 2:30. Cosetta, Heresv
and Sympathony B also started,
feliecphcad.ay Races.
New York, July 3. The attendance
at Sheepshead Bay was good Imt the
card was poor. Garrison got his license
ns a jockey today and engaged to ride
Bister .Mary 5n the last race tomorrow.
First race Five furlongs: Faclna
tion, S to 5, won; Sebastian, 5 to 2,
second; Sir Peter IL 6 to 1, third. Tme
Second Six furlongs, selling: Hur
lingham, 5 to 1, won; Derfargilla, even,
second: Declare, 6 to 1, third. Time
1:14 1-5.
Third Mile and a quarter: Primrose,
C to 5. won; Lansdale, even, second;
Tom Moore, 6 to 1, third. Time 2:12 4-5.
Fourth Mile: Bat Hampton, 6 to 1,
won; Helen Nichols, S to 5, second;
Emma C. 3 to 5, third. Time 1:42 1-5.
Fifth Futurity course, selling: Mack
Briggs, even, won; Premier, 6 to 3. sec
ond; Heresy. 5 to 2, third. Time 1:051-5.
Sixth Mile and a sixteenth on turf.
Felling: Integrity, 4 to 1. won; Deer
Slayer, 3 to 1, second; Salonica, 5 to 1,
third. Tme 1:49.
7 to 1, won; The Sculptor, even, second;
Curator, 8 to 1, third. Time 1:15.
Fourth Five and a half furlongs.
handicap: Frontier, 3 to 1, won; Millie j
M, C to 1, second; Ilamiro, 7 to 2, third
Timft 1:0S.
Fifth Seven furlontrs. sellinir: Addie I "ad been steadily falling behind, and
Buchanan. 6 to 1. won: Santa Maria, 3 she fell away btill more perceptibly on
Starts with Britannia and Ailsa for the
Mair Challenge Cnp, but is Beaten by
Both, They Out speeding Her and Other
wise Behaving Much Better General
Comment is to the Effect that it Won't
So to Send Her After the America's Cup
G corse Gould's 'Yacht U Again De
featedOther Yavhts Noted.
Hunter's Quay. Firth of Clyde, July 3.
The challenger for the America's cup,
Valkyrie III, started this morning in
the race for the Muir challenge cup,
her competitors being Ailsa and Brit
annia. To the dismay of those who
had built great hopes on Lord Dunra
ven's new yacht, Valkyrie was square
ly beaten in a good breeze by both the
Ailsa and Britannia. Britannia beat
the new kacht by seven minutes ten
seconds, correct time, and Ailsa de
feated her by two minutes fifty-nine
seconds, including hei time allowance.
Valkyrie heeled over a great deal in
a fairly stiff breeze and with her work
ing top sail set, had her lee rail under
water when Britannia and Ailsa were
carrying their club top sails and going
along much stiffer. This was on the
reach back to Kilcreggan, on the sec
ond round and consequently it is not
astonishing that the yachtmen of
Great Britain are not so sanguin as
they were of bringing the America's
cuo back to these shores.
Valkyrie III in the race today ollowed
Ailsa two minutes fifty-nine seconds,
and she allowed Britannia four min
utes two seconds. When the starting
gun was fired at 10:30 a. m., Britannia
and Ailsa crossed the line almost to
gether, witn Valkyrie a couple of
lengths behind. Early as it was in the
race, it was evident when the yachts
passed Cloch light house that Valkyrie
was making a poor showing. The three
yachts, however, raced in fine style
from Skelmorlie towards mark boat
No. 3. off Ascog, Use of Bute, which
Britannia iounded one minute ahead
of Ailsa, the latter being half a min
ute ahead of Valkyrie.
There was very little change from
that time on until the yachts reached
Kilcreggan mark boat No. 4, on the
first round. Up to this point Valkyrie
thVkley Races.
Cincinnnt. O.. July S. The best race
nf the day at Oakley track was a han
dicap for 2-year-olds, in which Pat
Dunne's Fonso colt Frontier made a
Wonderfully fast and game run down
the btretch. beating Millie M a head on
the post. The tune was the best of the
6eatn for the distance, 1:0S for five
Und a half furlongs. G. B. Morris'
Ellen won a selling race and was run
lip $500 over her entered' price of $500
nnd was bid in by her owner. Sum
maries: First race Five furlongs; purse: Miss
Frances, 3 to 1, aoii; Lucetta, 12 to 1,
.econd; Mis-s Boss. 3 to 1, third. Time
Second Seven furlongs, seijfcig: El
len. 2 to 1, won: Susie B. 5 to 2, Second;
Elmer F, I to 1. third. Time l:2$i.
Third Six furlongs, purse: Neutral,
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Time 1:2S&.
Kans.is CityJtaccs.
Kansas City, July 3. A good card
and superb racing conditions attended
the largest attendance of the meeting
at Exposition park today. La Tiosa,
an outsider, Avon the third event and
Pony Bob, at 8 to 1, took the last race.
The other three events went to favor
ites. Summaries:
First race Pour and a half furlongs,
2-year-olds: Plug, 2 to 1, won; -King
Hazel, 4 to 1, second; Surf, 5 to 1, third.
Time :5S.
Second Five furlongs, selling: Roy,
even, won; Leonell. 3 to 1, second; Re
public, 30 to 1, third. Time 1:05.
Third Four and a half furlongs: La
Rosa, 6 to 1, won; Ernest L, 15 to 1,
second: Northwestern, 3 to 1, third.
Time :5S.
Fourth Six and a -half furlongs:
Collector, 7 to 2, won; Snarley the
Smuggler, 1 to 3, second; Bill Arp, 7 to
1, third. Time loV-.
Fifth Six and a half furlongs: Pony
Bob, 8 to 1, won; Murphy, 10 to 1, sec
ond; Moss Terry, 2 to 1, third. Time
It is the mission of Hood's Sarsapa
rilla to purify, vitalize and enrich the
Pan Tranciseo Kaces.
San Francisco, July 3. Three favor
ites and two second choices won at the
Bay District track today. The five
furlongs handicap was the only feature
of the day ojid was won by Marion in a.
very exciting finish. Summaries:
First .race Five and a half furlongs:
selling. 3-year-olds: Boboling, 7 to 1,
won; Hanford, 4 to 1, second; Amigo, 10
to 1, third. Time, 1:0S.
Second Five and a half furlongs, sell
ing: Melanie, 7 lo 10, own; Rice, 5 to 1,
second; Venus, 4 'lo 1, third. Time,
Third Sux furlongs, selling: Carmel
7 to 2. won; Julia Martin filly, S to .",
second; Xellie G. 13 to S. third. Time,
Fourth Five nnd a half furlongs, 3-year-olds:
iMyron, 4 to 1, won: Serpa
him. 3 to 1, second; Rinfax, 13 to 5,
third. Time, 1:01.
Fifth Mile, selling: 3-year-olds: Re
mus, 7 to 5. won; Miss Garvin, 7 to 1,
second; Greenback, 3 to 1, third. Time,
1:411 1.
Peoria lCaces.
Peoria, 111., July 3. Fast time and ex
citing races were the rule today. May
Morgan won the unfinished 2:20 trot;
i?rancis M. second; vilbut Chief, third:
Margaret C, fourth. Time 2.20li.
Two-year-old trot: Bergina won two
straights in 2:47; 2:3S. Mosette. sec
ond: Athleone D, third.
Class 2:19 pace: AVesley R won in
straight heats in 2:1S; 2:16Vi; 2:1S&.
B. G., second: Lady Van, third.
Class 2:40 pace, 3-year-olds and un
der: Helen won in straight heats in
2.23M: 2:22; 2:21. Prince Roland,
second; Jack McGregor, third; Bonnie
Wilkes, fourth.
Class 2:2S trot: Deputy won in
straight heats in 2:2Si; 2:214; 2:221.
March Onward, second; Pauline, third;
Electric Bell, fourth.
the beat home after rounding the Kil
creggan mark boat.
The breeze increased slightly in
strength after the yachts started the
reach to mark boat No. 2 off Skelmorlie
on the second round and It was soon
found necessary to take in Valkyrie's
club top sail. Ailsa and Blrtannla,
however, held on their club top sails
and stood up nicely to the wind.
There was little change in the posi
tion of the yachts when Skelmorlie
mark boat was rounded on the second
round, but Valkyrie had dropped fur
ther behind.
The procession in the same order con
tinued to Ascog mark boat Xo. 3, on the
second round, which Britannia rounded
a mile ahead of Ailsa, which was still
leading Valkyrie by about two miles.
Valkyrie stood up badly on the subse
quent easy reach to Kilcreggan and set
a smaller top sail, but she had lost
ground which she never regained and
only half-hearted people greeted Brit
annia's victory.
that he will gradually and easily slip
into the routine and keep his mind bal
anced by the entertainment his well
stored memory and vigorous entertain
ment can sive him.
If this proves the correct diagnosis
then the prison life will do him a world
of good. It will stay the rapid degen
eration his dissipations had brought
on and will bring him back to the nor
mal health of a well constituted man of
40 years.
He is still sane, but in a dazed trance
like condition, from which he is seldom
Rev. "W. Frederick Stockton was
eager to begin upon "Wilde, whom he
regarded as the most hardened and
desperate prevert from Christianity
that had ever come under his spiritual
So Wilde had not been in Pentonville
many days before the old clergyman
pushed timidly Into his cell. Wilde,
seated at the table with his face burled
in his hands, glanced at the old man,
saw his occupation in the cut of his
cloth and flushed angrily.
"What do you mean by intruding
yourself upon me?"
The old man looked sympathetically
at the fallen pagan and said, in his gen
tlest voice:
, "I wish to offer you the consolations
of religion and to help you to reflect
upon your condition."
"I do not need the consolations of re
ligion, and I ara still capable of con
ducting my own reflections," said
Oscar, sneeringly.
"I hope you are not impenitent," the
kind clergyman next ventured.
Wilde jumped to his feet.
"Impenitent," he said, angrily. What
do you mean? How dare you insult me
in this fashion? I am innocent of the
frime of which I am accused. You will
kindly leave me alone."
Mr. Stockton Insisted no further. He
is waiting now for Wilde to get to
work on the Bible. He feels that
oner or latr he must read it, and,
reading, soften to a more receptive
frame of mind. He hopes also that
Wilde-, will send for him.
He is allowed to see no one yet from
the outside world but the chaplain or
some other minister of revealed relig
ion. And under the prison rules, which
are strictly enforced, even the clergy
man may not tell him any news, bring
him any messages or talk to him on any
subject not directly bearing upon sal
vation. Wilde still has friends who believe
firmly in his innocence, among them
several women writers. One of these
wishing to send him a message of trust
and hope, bethought that a clergyman
could get in. But the first question
asked of this clergyman was whether
he came as a bearer of any message!
He was too truthful to dny that he
had a message, and was straightway
turned away.
Eebels Offer Term of Peace, Stipulating
for the Depolng of King Malietoa
KepresentatlTes of Contending FactUma
Meet oa a German Tarsblp in the Pres
ence of the Consuls Interested in the
Present Establishment Foreign Offi
cials are not In Good Fellowship Pugil
ist Gets a Soft Berth In Formosa.
San Francisco, July 3. The steamer
Alameda this evening brought the fol
lowing advices from Samoa, dated June
The situation between the two par
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John Muncly Confease. tu Detail, Ills Ter
rible Crime Two Yers Ago.
Toledo, O., July 3. Full confession
has been made by John E. Mundy, who
was arrested in St. Louis and brought
to this city on suspicion that he mur
dered his wife, whose body was found
under their former residence hero last
When taken in charge by the St Louis
police, he was as pale as death and
shook like an -aspen leaf. He did not
know why he was arrested, but his
guilty conscience could not be controll
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rack. For two hours he labored with
the dogged prisoner without a word of
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Detroit Itacu.
ZUich., July 3.-
-Results at
First race Six furlongs, selling: Em
pera, 3 to 1. won; Rapier, 10 to 1. sec
ond: Stonemanson. 4 to 1, third. Time,
Second Four and a half furlongs:
Harry Lewis. 7 to 1. won: Musselman,
een, iecond;Subito, 5 to 1, third. Time.
Third Rus?ell House stakes, $2,000
for 3-year-olds: mile and an eighth:
Maurice. 3 to '20, won: Frank K, 10 to
1. second; Hallling. 15 to 1, third. Time,
Fiurth Seven furlongs: Rochet 3 to
1. won: Alamo, 7 to 1. second; Tutuila,
15 to 1. third. Time, 1.2SV
Fifth Mile: Baron. 2 to 1, won; Mid
Star. 6 to 1. second: Tippecanoe, 15 to
1. third. Time, 1 41.
Kcallzatinn S:ko Entries.
Xew York. July 3. There is a small
entry list for the rich realization stakes
at Sheepshead Bay tomorrow. Keenan,
with 122 pounds, is considered so for
midable that other good S-year-old1?
have been scared off. Connoisseur, 119,
and Dolabra. 112. have been easlly
beaten by Keenan and their chances
seem to be small. King Arthur n is
in at 112 pounds. Bright Phoebus, at
115. is considered the most dangerous
of the lot. The others Counter Tenor,
at IIS. and Cromwell, are considered
very uncertain hor&es.
&in IZafao: TennU Tournament
San Rafael. CaL. July 3. The semi
final games of the lawn tennis tourna
ment took place today with the follow
ing playing. D. L. Allison beat R. J.
H times, F. E. Mitchell beat Dr Phil
l.ps: H. Ryxbee beat J. F. Archibald;
Summer and iVrdy beat D. L. Allison.
Hardj also defeated George De Long.
Tomorrow will" conclude the tourna
ment. Louisville, Ky.. July 3. The state
convention of the People's party will
be held here tomorrow. Senator But
ler of North Carolina and H. E. Tan
beneck, chairman of the People's party
national committee, will address the
Memphis. Tena., July 3. The Gayoso
Hotel company made assignment to
day to R. H. Beard, for the beneflt of
creditors. The liabilities are about
J1S5.000. with assets of orohably the
The yachts passed Cloch lighthouse
on their way to Kilcreggan on the sec
ond round in the following times: Brit
annia 2:46.1C; Ailsa 2:25:21; Valkyrie
HI 2:27:0L
At this stage of the race Britannia
was looked upon as being a certain
nd easy winner, "barring accident.
The yachts reached back to Kilcreg
gan on the second round in a strong
breeze. Valkyrie seeing that she was
still falling astern on her competitors,
set her working top sail in order to im
prove her speed. But she heeled until
her lee rail churned the water, while
Britannia and Ailsa, still holding on
their club top sails, were bowling along
splendidly and standing up much stif
fer than the cup defender. In this
order the yachts rounded the Kilcreg
tran mark boat and stood away from
home with Valkyrie hopelessly beaten
by both Britannia and Ansa.
The following were the times of the
three big vachts at the finish: Britannia
56.37; Ailsa 2.57:41; Valkyrie III
Therefore, according to these figures,
Britannia beat Valkyrie by three min
utes, eight seconds, actual time, and
by seven minutes, ten seconds correct
time, giving her the allowance of four
minutes two seconds, which Valkyrie
grants her over a lifty-mile course. On
the other hand, Ailsa beat Britannia
by one minute, fifty-eight teconds ac
tual time and four minutes, fifty-seven
teconds with her time allowance of
two minutes, fifty-nine seconds. At
this club house of the Mudhook club
after the race, all the yachtmen assem
bled looked very glum.
"There is no good sending her to
America, better send Britannia," was
the general comment.
Suflicient proof was given by the per
formance of the cup challenger today
that she has quite fallen- short of ex
pectations. In no point of sailing will
she be a real aspirant for the Ameri-J
ca's cup honors.
Although the main interest of the day
was In the race for the big yachts,
there was not many people who did not
witness the race between Howard
Gould's Herrcschoff-built yacht Nia
gara and Lonsdale Eucharis. The lat
ter won decisively.
Finally the chief gave up and the
maai was started for Toledo. Mile after
may be described as criticaL The rebel
party last week held a meeting, attend
ed by several thousand. Although the
rebels expressed a desire for peace they
made the principal condition of the
maintainance of peace the deposition
of King Malietoa. Their meeting was
held under the guidance of H. J. Moore.
There is a strong feeling against him
for his action in the matter, and it is
expected he will be called to account
for iL A meeting was held on the Ger
man warship Bussard, yesterday where
sis of the rebel chiefs, a like number of
the government party and three consuls
attended. Nothing has so far trans
pired as to what was done. It will ba
impossible for the sonsuls to arrange a
peace having for its basis the downfall
of Malietoa. It is generally thought
that ere long more blood will be shed.
No feeling of unity prevails amongst
the foreign oflioials. in fact relations are
very much strained amongst them.
Victorlo, B. C. July 3. Among the
passengers on the steamer. Empress of
China, which has arrived from Hong
Kong and Yokohoma, was ex-Secretary
of States Foster, who acted as Chinese
agent in the peace negotiations with
Japan. He left at once for Washington
The steamer. Empress brings news that
"Billy"W aters of San Francisco, pugi
list and bar room buncoer, is now min
ister of war and vice-president of the
Republic of Formosa. It was his pugi
listic powers that brought him into
Denver, July 3. A special to the
News from Nogales, Ariz., says: Colo
nel F. A. Roberts, United States con
sul at Nogales, Sonora, today received
an appeal to aid in securing the rights
of the family of Robert Trlbolet, one of
the bandits shot Sunday near Fronter-
as, bonora. by the Mexicans for partici
pation in the recent robbery of the pay
master of the Nacosarl Copper com
pany. Tribolet had a ranch near Fron
treras and his wife and five small chil
dren are there. It is claimed that they
are helpless and that unless the Ameri
can government intervenes they will
lose all the property, which is of con
siderable value. Colonel Roberts has
asked instructions from the state de
partment at Washington, as the de
mand for intervention is coupled with
an assertion of Tribolefs American citi
zenship. Washington. July 3. The United
States consul at Santiago de Cuba re
ports 'that cholera is on the Increase
there. There were nineteen death In the
city from this cause during -the we.ek
ending June 22.
Genoa, July 3. While the torpedo
boat Attila was speeding under high
pressure today her boiler exploded,
killing two men and injuring several
Key West, Fla., July 3. The George
W. Chllds arrived from GIngaton, Ja
maica, this morning for the purpose, as
the captain stated, of repairing her
machinery. It is believed that her ar
Tlvel is the signal for the embarking of
a-n expedition.
Southampton, July 3. The American
Hn ship St. Louis made the passage
from New oYrk in six days, twenty-two
hours and five minutes. Her engines
were not slowed down from the begin
ning of the voyage to the finish.
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On account of the meeting of tne Bap
tist Young People's Union at Balti
more. July ISth to nst. the 15. i O. II.
R. Co., will pkice on sale at all ticket
stations on its lines -.vest Df the Ohio
river, excursion tickets at one fare for
the round trip. These tickets will be
sold July 16th and 17th. valid far re
turn passage until August 5th. The rate
from Chicago will b S17.30 and propor
tionately low rates from other points
Tickets will also be placid on sale at all
coupon offices west of Chicago.
Whatever point you start from be
sure your ticket reads via. B. & O. In
addition to the historic country through
which the B. & O. runs, the B. & O.
is the only line from Chicago to Balti
more running via Washington, a dou
ble daily service nf fast express trains
run between the west and east.
For full particulars address L. S. Al
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Chicago. 15-15-3-10-17
Mr. Wilde Tnkcs evr X-tnio and Goe
Awy from Ktichtnd.
London, July Z. Oscar "Wilde's wife
has taken another name, and. with her
children, has gone away to some quiet
place on the continent. She proposes
to let no one know of her whereabouts.
and to make the new name an honor-!
able one for the children.
Wilde will not hear from the outside
world for three months Many peopl?
believe he will go mad long before that
nme. tsut otners tninn. wiin gooa rea-- ta:u f-Lml
o ths.t ha U. so facile asd adapted r llCflCr 9 wctviVilas
Not a word was spoken. Mundy begin
to twist and squirm. His lips were
pressed tightly together, his hands
trembled and his whole frame shook
with suppressed emotion. He was about
ready to collapse. Chief Haltz turned,
slapped him suddenly on the knee, and
said, with icy distinction:
"Mundy, you might as well tell what
you know about this matter. I have
enough evidence to hang you. but If you
tell the truth without any falsehoods it
will be all the better for you in Ihe end."
Mundy weakened as the chief spoke,
Tht. strain had been too great for his
nerves. Little by little he told the story
of the awful deed.
"Yes I killed her," said the prisoner,
choking with' emotion. "The deed was
j done in January. 1S9X. We did not live
happily together and she had me nr
rested and fined in police court the
month before. I was angry and had
been drinking. The devil himself must
have been in mo that awful night. The
children had all gone to bed. We had
words and I knocked her down. I
thought she was dead, she lay so still
and did not breathe.
"Then the demon got into me. I
choked her until she grew black In the
face. I knew she was dead, but I was
still crazy. I took the butt end of a
butcher knife that had a meta.1 handle
and was sharp m the end. nnd Jabbed It
Into her neck. This is what made the
hol there. I did not use a revolver.
"Then I wrappepd her up In a rag
nnd thrust her body into a closet and
locked the door. I kept it there two
dnj-s. and did not know what to do with
it. I told the children that their mother
had run away We had three children,
two boys by -my frrst wife and a 3-year-old
girl by this on.
"The second night I took up a cleat
across the cl'set door, sawed the floor
and pushed hr body under the house.
The ground was frozen. A joist pre
vented the bodv from sitting right, so
I got a rop tu-d her hands together,
got under the .v.-use myself and drag
ged the corpse six ft away from the
hole in the floor. Then I nailed the
cleat down over the saw marks, so they
could not bo detected from the inside.
The next morning I sent the children to
my orocr.er-in-iaw, wno was gate ten
der in the Detroit depot.
"The next day I went to Detroit my
self, and have not been In Toledo since
I told relatives that LIHie bad deserted
me. and that I had brokon up house
keeping. To others I told different
stories, and as time wore on I began to
feel safe A year a I moved to St.
Louis, where I have since been. Th
woman you saw at my house in Grand
avenue Is my n.-co "
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Price 2S cents per box. For nala by
Charles Lawrence and G. Gehrlng.
Cleveland. July S. Three hundred
wire draweis a.t the works of the
American Wire company went on a
strike today for a 10 per cent increase
in WBgC3.
Chicago. July 2. Speaker Maypr of
ae IH'-Ms house of representative,
died at rreeport today. His death was
unexpected, although he has bees II!
j for some time-
mile Mundy and the watchful olllcers of If you should hear that in some place
ine law roae in a aouuie a?ai in sue.ii.-i.-. i iu wiiiuii yuu ie uiug muiuriii is prev
alent. 'Jo tne air poison which pro
duces chills and feer, bilious remit
tent and dumb ague there is a safe and
thorough antidote and preventive, viz.,
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. The great
anti-malarial specific is also a lemedy
for biliousness, constipation, dyspepsia
rheumatic and kidney trouble, nervous
ness and debility.
Western T.lnc Manager Iteml In the
Matter of !nfe Appliance.
Chicago. July 3. The general mana
gers of the western roads were In ses
bion today considering what answer
they would make to the Interstate com
merce commission on account of their
failure to equip all their cars, freight
nnd passenger, with automatic couplers
and air brakes. The time set for the
ilnlshing of the work by the commission
expired last Monday. The roads de
cided today that tne commission had
asked too much of tlum. saying that in
these hard times of the railroad busi
ness they had not been given time
enough to do the work. It was decided
to ask the commission to allow them
more time.
hoathern Pacific Making the Saiitu Fe Look
to:otitbera California.
San Francisco. July 2. B. p. Cheney,
chairman of the reorganization com
mittee of the Santa Fe. Is in the city
looking after the California interests of
the company. When asked for an ex
planation of the provisions In the plan
of reorganization for building a new
I. tie in California, he replied: "This
provision was necctssary In view of
the requirements of the Southern Cali
fornia part of the system. There will
have f be some extension of these
hnes, especially if the Southern Paciflc
continues to build ia that territory
The Santa Fe will connect with the
new San Joaquin Valley road now build
Ing, if it goes far enough south.
Children Cry for
lint It U Yonns l.nou;h U Warrant a Soil
for Iauutge.
Indianapolis. Ind . July 3 After ten
years. M:ss Margaret Deery of Phila
delphia has filed suit in the superior
court against Alfred Hutchinson fr
breach of promise, alleging that he
had beta damaged Jii.GOO She de
clare that in November. 1VS3. ehe tti
fassii herself to marry Hutchinson.
sn being then IS and he 20.
The defendant induced her to go to
l'rofeaaor Montgomery Kntertulnlug One
of Ills Indian l'unll.
The fine portly figure of Professor
Montgomery, superintendent of the
Arapahoe school, that institution hon
ored by the presence of the fair Rosa
Whlteface, was teen on the streets es
terday. He came up from Darlington the pre
vious night and appeared on the streets
dressed in a spotless white duck suit,
reminding one of the description of one
of the rich and noble dona of the Mexi
can capital.
Professor Montgomery is enjoying his
annual vacation and is spending it
with Mrs. Montgomery and their six
bright and Interesting children on
Sou tli Lawrence avenue.
He should have arrived here sooner
but he was detained at 131 Reno making
arrangements for the Indian normal
school that convenes at Ei Reno on the
5th of next month.
This normal school Is that known as
tho southern division nnd embraces
everything from the southern Atlantic
to the southern Pacltic oceans.
It will be a great event and will b
attended by 300 representatives of all
thf Indian schools in that territory.
Professor Montgomery Is ont of the
local committee of arrangements and
he says El Reno is going to do Itself
At present the Misses Montgomery
are entertaining a little guest from the
ArapAhoe school She Is Miss Isa Coy
ote, daughter of Black Coyote, chief of
the Indian police, deputy sheriff, depu
ty United States marshal and the proud
possesor of three wives.
Little Isa is In the second reader at
the Arapahoe school and is reputed to
be one of the brightest pupils.
She Is a very affectionate child of
nature nnd leans over on the profes
sor's bosom and plays with hla dia
mond stud as If she was one of his own
"Shake hands with the gentleman,"
said the professor, and Isa -hook hands
"Now then speak a piece for the gen
tleman." Isa was quite shy, but the profeor
promised her a bunch of firecrackers
for the Fourth of July and that induce
ment to her patriotic spirit drove out
all the shyness and she bpoke two j
pieces very creditably.
"Sing now for the gentleman," and
Isa rattled off a very clever ong.
"There Is not so much music in that
as you have been uw-d to hearing,"
taid the professor, "but it la something
that not more than one in every 10.000
Indians can do."
It Is to be regretted, but it is a fact
nevertheless, that there is no music in
the Inld.in or at least not much. Thy
do not seem to have any musical style,
but they may come to it when they ad--nnce
further in civilization.
When the professor whb aakd wheth
er he would allow Ia to ?pak at any
local entertainment during her visit he
said he wuld be glad to do so aa it
would be for her own benefit and im
provement. Isa will com up town today to a
great city clad In Its holiday attire and
doubtless the scnfs will b; Interesting
to one of her nature and habits . She
know uhat the Fourth of July mem
and Phe in dying to get her hands on a
few bunches of firecrackers. Shf han
neen th boy down In hr neighbor
hood firing them and she thinks It is
lb acme of delight.
What a story she will carry back
with her to the paterniU wjgwam to tHl
the children of the tepee village. And
thn she will ?v the circuit tomorrow.
Tho visit of little Ifa will be a profitable
one to her and It may have a wide In
fluence In the whole tribe if children
a she relates Its incidents at the school
when she gtg back.
S. H. Fenton and hold In remembrance
his many kindly virtues.
"Resolved. That the adjutant of
Garfield Post No. 25, O. A 11., be In
structed to present the family of our
deceabed comrade with a copy of the
resolutions, and the same be published
In the Wichita dally papers."
Tretty Artlllrlid Ilxiut tllwn Awajr l.y
tu 1'dro MntN.
Yesterday was a great event for thc
ladles who attended the Eden Musre
on North Main street. It wan ouv
enlr day and not one regretted to bo
ther. Every lady th.it attended th
excellent art exhibit was presented
with a beautiful boquct so natural
that very many peoplo thought thnt
they wero real flower. The rxxiurt
were made by the Indie-! with the
musee while their patrons waited. It
Is very artistic work Add pleased tn
ladles very much. They make iiand
Homu domestic ornaments.
There Is now on exhibition at No. 155
North Main street one of the most at
tractive exhibitions ever seen here. iv.
fact which will be vouched for by the
large number of ludles and gentlemen
who hava been foi-tunate enough to wit
neus the same. It Is tho "Ilden Muscc."
and some of the finest pieces of war
work eer exhibited aro to be m-en at
this entertainment, which 1 both In
structive and Interesting.
The figures exhibited wer? mad by
the Miss LeonI Uroulllard, nssletd by
Miaa Mario Broulllard. Then ladles
have world wide reputatlone In their
calling and made a numbtr of the finest
figures to bf wen In the celebrated
"Eden Muxee" and "fhamber of Hor
rors" In New York. They did mot of
the work of thi character ueen In Chi
cago during the world'" fair. Every
man, woman and child in WlohltA
should vlult this exhibition.
San Francisco, July 3. Fritz Sche!,
th musical director expelled from tho
Musician union by order of thn Na
tional Loaugc of Musicians, for falling
to fulfill hit contract with musicians
employed during Soheel'a classical con
cert hore, has p-ttled vwltti hi creditor.
Pending a rehearing by the National
League he will be alhnved to retain his
membership In the union.
Now Yurlr dtv to have Ih cT4-moaY
performed, and they registered at an J we look upon the decimation
Isolations ra.ed oa tiiv Death of 'wiotl
The funra of th late Samuel Fen
ton took place yesterday and was
largely attended y the friends of the
family and -Id soldi ra.
A cmmitt r nst()ng r,; L N
Woodcf.k. B IL Downing and II. D
HiHaennan rfraftc-d th following rew
lutlons which were adopted.
"Wbcrea. S. II. Fnton. a maber
of Garfield Post No. S. O. A. It. de
partment of KJi.n.SdM. has departed this
lite and
"Wherac. The post haj kt aa e
temei and honorable zatmter aad
comrade and the community ba lost a.
useful and alud citizen end th fam
ily ol our comrade has lost a loving
hoaband and an affectionate father,
therefore be It
"Resolved, By Garfield Post No 25.
G. A. R , dppartssect of Kansas, that
apartment house, where Hutchinson
lf: hr :o go and find a minister He
came bark representing th.it his search
wa ir vain and that they would have
ti wait until morning. She was tr.us
indued fi remain with him and s'tj"
then he has failed to keep hla prom-ae
to marry her.
Tfcty ifterwarda came to Indlasap
olls. where Hutchinson promised faiti
fully to legitimatize their relation, bat
sh? says that he still failed to make
good his pledge, and has lately told
her he never would do so. The moth
er of the defendant lived la Chester.
Washington. July 2. Th croisT
Raleigh, which has- ba IcoJdag after
alleged fiUbcterir.g xpedlUoas oa th
Florida coast, his retcrced to Ky
"West. It Is understood that nothing
has been found !c the way ol filibus
tering along the western coast. Tfcej
to Callao. Peru, to rUere the Monterey
will reiura aorta at oace J
rack with EOrrvx and w retails that
we shall all -n aaswr to the last
roll call. That we wll vr ehrth
the mernor7 of oar deceaxtd Cctaradtl
Parrcla F-rrr to Ttf tho Great Erll of Our
In connection Mth th cockum sUvto
ment of Mr Hownta tht the pmn s rnco
wan novor bo healthy and strong km, .low It
L InU'nv.tlng to rvnd thr following para
graph, written by l)r T K Clountun, sn
perintendent of tho MornlBgfcldo asylum,
fxxilland He rays
"One trrrlblo form of brain diss with
mental i-rmploiiis h arrtntniy increasing.
That inou-idy may i dcribxl as a bratk
down of tho great cnu-r of xuLad and mo
ti?n in tho brain It always gtx-4 on Irian
b&d to wore till it rsntW tu victim ut
terly htilpUK In mind and fdy and kill
him In n frw yvtrx No ctirj and c&zznly
any mitigation of thbt litter day aoro haa
bwn . uwI It is a diwviw? of cities, of
rothirf lire, of uctlvo brain in their
Crime., omtIinft4 of dissipation and do
aucbery, of life ot high prevsuro com
monly During th post yrar th ftfylnms of
Bootland rccoliwl 150 new tsu, tbowof
Knaland I.40O and litem of Inland S3.
Tho ujlum tatUiics of thbt country show
an oven greater auuilwr
In a .bs1 asylum In New Yort. for -
fttnplo that at Orfdmsbtirg ther ww
among tho f&'i adrnluions 31 caM-n of gee
eral par-l Th! would roak th propor
tion of K"DKral paresis over I par ceai.
Anion Mrren stat asylum, to which
I.S42 ptbnttfwm admitted ia VJt tfeer
wero fA cbm of scnem! parr!, or a Mu!a
oxpx 3 i r omt If t p7 cent b tho gs
rml ratio for thi dbvnv In th lUt of
N-w York. ibn tb total number of pa
retli amotg th" 1 000 icsatM woald b
about 040 As a moiW of tut, the num
ber U ranch grovtf$r bocauws th proportion
of thU dlBi) U largKr ixi th Nrw York
sad Kiagi munty asylum thn la (k
of the tAi at lar?. But erro If tlrn
wct bt i,&iQ caja ot geseral partrfa
aseoajr tht UjO & ioistnc of this country
it wucld be aa rxtraordlnar erMcre of
tsw dcirelopraaat of a db--iu which, in th
tut orstorr, v cruitoiy cot ksvtva,
rrto il it did exist JJtdlcal Record.
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