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TOPEKA STATE JOUKNAL, SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE 20, 1903.
TURIIIIJGPOIHT. Iiradstreet's Says It Has Been Reached la Crop, Trade and Labor Matters. SIGNS OF PROGRESS la the Kight Direction Noted iu Ail (Quarters. Trices of Cereals Favor the Holders. Nruf York, Juno 20. TJrarlstrnt's say?: "Kv jf.it' nr-e mult i plies that the t-rorni v-'k of Jwru1 nw ihti turning jioiiit for the h. in t.-n. lia-h' ami l;ibi,r mal lei is. mi'rnv.-m' ut in the linrs cdii tin u-"'i and at.tfl-rat'M'l by the wc-a ttu-r Cff the f;i t wet k, has iK-un to he re-ti-tvi in actual tit-mand at. the west ?ml South, an.l ;ilihuu!i cki ;ml rainy v-atficr is ptill a hi back, hi the cast, many sin. or' prui '.-s in th" riht 1 1 I'-ctiun arc noli.', u. Nitrihwt.-stt-rn H'i v ic-s a re, it" ( iu I'M, la i y t vnra !', aici the sanio is true on the luiil'n: t or; st. CVr al prices favor hohlej s. not, a s hf"-rjtof ( n'c. he a ur- t t" f a r 1 liomcs ttc crop '.l;ii!i;ic, hut becaunc of fxpt-ct-i iin reased iniein necessities. Some ;rav. ha ks arc. o; curse, to ik- nniih 3 K v-,s -itcl steel ;,ro w-ki r. buying i- still f!v aiifl production is at an Mormons iale. , :i impoitarn but x j. t"-l cccliiie has matLria liz-' i ra l?;it, i-.iul (Mttoti. o inii to manipulative hand lint;, ha.- advaiie'-d, further oinplicatiii t situation of manufactured go xL-. AVo.'l is steady at tht- cast, while s.-n.itf 2 "' a i iy rr.mid at the lead ii'ii? western j rim.My ni;!iR' !'. Cotton g Is are tirni- r. t!vu:h laiyin-: is naturally C'lily fniin bare! to in-unh, and export busi.i-ss is 1 i' k iii t?. .i '-n's wear worsteds ait1 cl I -it f h out dress goods are in good thMT! "i iron ja oc!u tion i? at th'1 rate of lonMV Inns yenrly and buyer? still boid, ht-nce wt'Hk.if-Pf and deciines of 15c to $1 per ton at id markets. KhsmJpj? nf in.port-'d iron at o !"!( cssi.-ns. Steel is fasu-r J hrdhe-t prftuds ar: les? Active, iron bars are 5c to 10c per ln Iioundfi "vr. VstPin impi'Mnent m-m are makinir inquiry .and a good business an be don.-, h rh 'y deH to tak-1 hold. Tiii plate mills ai, running at full c;t paoity. a hire rail tonnage awaits y u-ir.ir. I .fad has lost lc this w-ek and tin is lower, but copper is ostensi lay iirahang. d. I.u mber is feeling the fr ects of r is tint; strikes and th-.i dis couragement i-nuspd by labor trnuh! f"n'!jlly, lait is still well held at le.id lr.er primary points. Anthracite coal is tjuiet; shoe manufae-turing- i- httwom F"isonp, but eastern shipnvnts ar.? larger than a x :v ago. an f-xpla nation cf this being j-artiy found in th- larg-st jee-orded exjorts of American sno-'s. 3 Eastern st ra w ha t ruanuf a turers have i"ne a. business fuiiy eiunl to last y.;ar s t'Xcel lent trade and r;-orders ai'e Lrdny prfdoriged beyond the usual )erie ." H. j. bun Co.'? V"eeklv ICeview of Trad- says; ''Ui-S'-asopably low fen: pra tu res, to gether with excessive pi oeipit at ion at many points hae retarded th" distribu tion of met chandise. Taking the coun try as a whole, however, the net result lias been satisfactory, bMter erop uj'OS r"'cts at ctb-ratinsr t'-'u-w'ard business and f t'i ia i e : lie ord-'i" 1 ist s of ma nufa c turei 1 :a i I w a y ra rn ii igs t hu?: .fa r l epor t ed f r J;ri" exceed last year's by :.s ter cent, and those of l'.'.d by U. per cent. "Conditions -'i the iron and sire in dustry are sutliciently rMiifu-ing to piv vent any d-'finite tendeui-y, althougli f 'o f ors en had a ed to pi od uce ea kness fippe-ir to 1'i'epondt rate Specpil sal s of inujorted pig iron have been made at ors. essions. tail lids is attributed to de ity it; trans p; t t a t mn and a tore-'d sale by owners. Yet a. (- months ago sim-i'.-ir ronfT-iniis v.ere tuipossihle. and it Is apparent that the com td na 1 ion of uti pt eoe jeritcd home prodnoi;on and con 6Tvauv" bu'ing has tken control of ?. !- ?. -,?. ?- - ill I FOR POOR DIGESTION. Diseases of the stomach or other organs of digestion will pre vent the proper digestion and assimilation of the food. Thus the strength and value of it is lost, and the patient loses flesh. The blood also becomes impure, the nerves weak and the bowels con stipated, To cure stomach disorder ycu cannot find a better medi cine than Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. During its 50 years, ex perience it has never failed in cases of NAUSEA, BELCHING, FLATULENCY, HEAD ACHE, INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPA TION or GENERAL DEBILITY. It is therefore deserving of a trial. Try it today. You'll be thankful for the advice. It cured these persons and certainly won't fail you. 4t r4 rii Brooklyn, N. Y. Gentlemen I have used your Bitters and it cured me of my stomach trouble. I recommend it to all sufferers. JOHN THOMAS. 0 .6' THE GENUINE HAS the situation away from sellers. ?Tiree depressing factors have existed: The labor situation, condition of crops and the decline in prices of stocks, although all have improved and may soon cease to exercise any baleful effect. Meun u hile, uncertainty as to the future course of prices of iron and Fteel pro ducts has beoome generally acknowl edged and even experts in the industry hesitate to fxpress a decided opinion. Tallest reports of imports show a large decrease, except as to ore, while the ex port trade in finished steel tends to ex pa nd. "At thn cotton nulls therp is fair cur rent activity, a though spinners whose stocks of raw material are low have not t only ceased to seek business for future delivery, but refuse to consider proposi tions, or else place their figures at a prohibitive position. Ieinands are chief ly limited to immediate consumption. Lower grades of lightweight woolens for next spring have been opened at ad vances of iM to f) cents a yard. Reports regarding the footwear industry are sat isfactory. Foreign t rade is remarkably well maintained considering the numer ous factors that operate. "Failures this week were 2b in the Fnited frUatos, against 1!4 last year, and L' in Canada, compared with ii a year NOT MADLY III KT. Topeka Bank Clearings Show Loss of but 1.5 Per Cent. NVw York. June 2fy. Rank ol pannes of the prh.euial i?ies of the 1'tiio d States for the wei: ending June K and the per cmi: :i ye ef itvi ;i sr' a ;( d erf ase as cmn-p.-ir'-.j with the tiyurrs cf the corresponding w e !: ;i e;rr age, us reported by Rrad-str-et's, are here shown: Ot.v. Cli-nrtncx. I'"'- Iec. x. w York $i.::i;s,i7".") n js.it I 'hit riirr, IT.rt' M.Mi'T li.t rhli.id. lphia rjl.T'll'J'sl II. U I 'Moil lj:i.!"-J.:'15 3.8 rilti-lnirK 5.!:f..! 21.5 si. 4?,. ?:;',,:,;. .... 5.1 Hun 1-raiii'isi'o 2f.175.Si 1.3 .... I 'i'l i'!!!:il! 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I 5 M' in. s 2.17.l'v 3.7 Nasinilla 2.1V2.SK, 2-.l Sn;i:;;i.n 1.'.43.:.23 .i3.0 Craial I'ai.jils 17vs22 24.5 1 .avti'r, 17 ..42. 31 .s Naw lia. n 1.7; i'27 7.fl Si.aix Citv 1.727,7.'S is. I .... Ts ma 1.H73,llt', S'.'.S Kivvil!' l.r-i'.-.Hi, !i7.1 .. . HiTiiTli id Mass. .. 1.4v iW iri.n T.'i.i'H" 1.2i'3..vi. .... 1.4 Knll Rivfr I." 1.7-! 23.7 Havana. 'I't T.ittla Hack Wirhila rrtllw.llt, Nrh. ... Totals in T. S Outside X. Y. M,,.,.A 10. i 14..--1 ('.' 11.5 34. S . ,J2 2''.H 4'!.7 Duel With Six Shooters. llolbrook, Ariz., Junf? 20. "News has rfailail hare of a daf-pei-ate battle bp luvni aatt'.ernon on the Apache Indian i "St lA'ati.m, in -which Henry liarrett was killed and Prime Colt man jirobably fa taliy wounded. IJoth a'e prominent eat tl nun. Tlu-y be. ame invoH'ed in a dis pute over tiiair respeativo j-trazuiLT pr n:its on the t . sarwation, which are only issued at certain times of the year and are of considerable value. A duel w ith six sho'itars tollowed in which Tiarrett ii ccived thi'ae wounds iti the abdomen, (rain which lie died within a i"ew tnin utas. and also badly bruised about the head bv blows. CUR PRIVATE STAMP OVER THE nil! o il l rJ a n a n r 1 1 rn i t t r m o .3 8 K 1 1 n I"- !?-r lull Ul 1 1 bile) SPORTfGjlEUS, It Was a Case of Love at First Sight. The "Kangaroo" Tells Hovr lie Discovered His Ailinity. HE KNEW HER A WEEK. "I Lore Her and She Lores Me' He Declares. Will Be No Wedding for a Year or So, They Say. Chicag-o, June 2fl. The sudden deci sion of ".Bob" 1 iizsimnions to marry, coming fo soon after the death of his wif". has caused no end of gossip oniony the pugilists. "Bob" admits it is a case of love at first sight. He didn't want it to get out and expected to leave Chicag-o quietly without making any announcement. They will not be mat-' ried soon. A year, maybe; maybe two years. He puts it this way: "She's a dear little thins- I love her and she loves me. I know it, so what could 1 do?" "Kngaged to Mr. Fitzsimmons? Yes no, no. no 1 won't tell. What shall 1 say? What do you want me to tell you ?" This was the answer of the pretty little prima donna last night when asked about the engagement. She blushed when she spoke, but looked real w ise and said, "Really, I mustn't talk." Then she blushed again. "I don't know what he would want me to say. .Maybe he wouldn't like me to talk. Have you seen Mr. Kilzsimmons "Yes, and he said we were engaged? Well, if 1 didn't have my glove on I would show you something real pretty and nice," and she held out the third finger of her left hand. Then she ran to the stage for the finale. "Yes, we're engaged," said the pugil ist at the theater last evening. "X didn't want you to know it; thought 1 could sneak out quietly. I haven't told a soul. How did you find it out? "How long have we been engaged? Well, now 1 couldn't say. Hut It will be two years, a year, maybe eighteen months before we are married. Yes, that's the ring she is wearing tonislit Now, say. don't cull her a Johnny girl. She s no Johnny girl, she's tiie leading lady, and she's nice and refined and edu cated. Ami hasn't she a sweet voice? and she loves me. "tint her picture? Let me see it. Couldn't you get a better one that one with the whip in her hand? Now, don't go and put it side of a right picture of me. Y'ou won't, wiil you? "Y'es. I'll tell you about it. I met her back of the stage last Saturday. I have known her nearly a week. Had I seen her before? Oh. yes; I heard her sing. That's what I went back for. She's a dear little thing and she loves chil dren. Why, her room is fuil of pictures of little folks, and I'm that kind of a man who wants to be loved and wants something to love, and some one to love my children. Site's just the one. 1 knew it as soon as I saw her, and she loves me. She'il elo anything to prove it will leave the stage if I want her to. but she's got a career, you know, and 1 wouldn't spoil 'that." Then Iiob tried to drink a high ball with a spoon 'In it. "Iiid you hear her sing the spring song? I'm right, don't you think? You don't blame me?" and Bob ran for the theater to reach his box before the cur tain went up on the last act. Miss Clifford is an Indianapolis girl. She plays a leading part in the "John ny" company and has been on the stage lor some time Fitzsimmons will start Pttnday nieht for San Francisco, to remain until after the Jefl ries-Corbett fight. Racing at Chicago. Chicago. June 20. Dr. Stephens, at odds of 12 to 1, made a runaway rae& t4 (tf i i 4 New York, N. Y Gentlemen : Your Bitters is the only remedy that has brought back my ap petite and cured me of indigestion and stomach trouble. E. C. WOOD. 4t NECK CF THE BOTTLE. v I OLDSOLDIEH WHO FOUGHT FOR THIRTY YEARS AFTER THE WAR WAS OVER. A Veteran of the Forty-eighth Ohio Vol unteers, Recently R.)lieved, Tells How He Won His Last Battle. Mr. Charles Van Horn, a veteran of company E, Forty-eighth Ohio volun teers, now living at Goshen, Ind., tells many a story of his experience in the civil war. but none more interesting than his account of how, after thirty years, he relieved himself of the mis fortune which overtook him while ia camp during the early years of the war. "When I enlisted," he says, I was. in perfect health, but the food arvi hardship while the regiment was in camp brought on a bad diarrhoea which troubled me for thirty years un til 1 was finally cured by Dr. Williams" Pink IHHs for Pale People. I becamo weak and emaciated and often was unable to eet around at all. Rheuma tism set in and all the doctors who treated me failed to help me. My head ached, I had it pain across the small of the back, and kpt growing weaker con stantly. In the fall of 1S92 I read about Dr. Williams' Pink Ii!ls and de termined to try them. I found that they helped me and a few boxes cured me entirely. Now 1 have none of the old trouble and feel entirely well ana U'OUi4." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peo ple cure cases like this because they go to the root of the disease. . Other reme dies net on the symptoms these mar velous vegetable pills remove thft cause of the trouble. Not only have they cured hundreds of cases similar to Mr. Van Horn's but they have proven themselves to be an unfailing specific for all diseases arising from impure or impoverished blood and weakened nerves two fruitful causes of nearly all the ills to which humankind is heir. They have cured locomotor ataxia, par tial paralysis, St. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous head ache, after-effects of the grip, palpita tion of the heart, pale and sallow com plexions and all forms of weakness either in male or female. Dr. Williams' Pink I'iils for Pale People are sold in boxes at i0 cents a box or six boxes for S2.50. and may be had of all druggists, or direct by mail from Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y. of the mile and an eighth handicap, the feature event of the closing day of the meeting at Harlem. Six Shooter, thf, favorite, barely got second place by a head from Major Tenny. while Hargis, second choice in the betting, tinisheii last. Jockeys Johnny Keiff arid Sin clair were painfully injured in the first race. Reiff suffered a dislocation of the left clavicle and the surgeon who at tended him said the boy would be out of the saddle for several weeks. Sin. clair was more fortunate, having no : bones broken. He was unconscious, however, for nearly half an hour after jthe accident. Reiff had the mount on ! iialba, and Sinclair rode Discord. Go j ing round the turn there was much i crowding. Gaibn went down and ReiJc ; was struck by several horses. Twenty 'yards further Discord dropped and Sin clair fell beneath the horses' hoofs. The race was won by Orsina, a heavily played gooa thing." Racing at Galena. Galena, Kas., June 20. A large crow-5 was in attendance at the races uullrA off at the CJalena driving park Fridav i afternoon. This opens the season at this place. The track is in excellent 'condition, and many horses that are be ;ing held for the races at Joplin, July j 1, -. 3 and 4, were on the track. In the half mile pacing heats Katy Flyer. ; owned by C. M. Sumner, carried oft j first money; Flower Uirl, owned by E. jA. Pearson, second, and Rowdv, owned ; by Dr. McWhirt. third. Time. 1 :0S. 1:10, jl:0N. In the half mile trotting heats ! Pride, owned by Dave Johnson, took j first money: Turbine, owned by Wesley j H.-st, second; Edgar B.. owned bv E. B. j Schermerhoi n. third. Time, 1:11, 1:1?, I 1:14. The association Is making exten sive preparation lor the big races in i Joplin. The best horses on the track I will be entered and large purses are j offered. The association now has $60,000 lor Dursns. Will Get Wireless Reports. Washington. June 20. A wdreless tele graph system for receiving reports from the race track is to be put in operation by the proprietors of a poolroom at Wiidwood. near this city, whose wires connecting it with the telegraph office were yesterday t ut by order of the Dis trict commissioners. The place is in Maryland, just outside the District (.j I limits, and the commissioners, in the tZi I endeavor to break up betting there, had i the wires cut. thus shutting off com I munication between the poolroom and ,.2, i the race track, forcing them to suspend U i operations. The proprietors of lhe resort 5a i now announce their intention of instal ! ling a wireless outfit, which will be be i j vonrt interference by the district au- thorities. Racing at St. Louis. St. Eouis, June 20. Frank Bell won the feature of the fair grounds carl. He was assisted greatly by a straggling start. Scorpio, Erema and Croix d'Or were practically left. The race was run in two divisions, with Frank Beh and Santa Ventura leading. Frank Bell won easily from Santa Ventura, which was two lengths ahead of Scorpio, who ran a. coed race from a bad start. Weather fine, track fast. Baseball at Minneapolis. Minneapolis. Kas., June 20. Minne apolis defeated the fast Marysville ag gregation in one of the best played games of the season here Friday, by the score of 6 to 3. Holmes pitched an excellent game for Minneapolis and the work of Crals in center field was excep tionally good. Score by innings: Minneapolis 1 0 0 2 3 0 0 " 6 Marysville 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 03 Basball at Jamestown. Jamestown. Kas., June 20. James town defeated Delphos here Friday by the score of 14 to 4. Campbell, of Con cordia, pitched an excellent game fo? Jamestown, striking out 13 men and allowing three scattered hits. Bat. teries Jamestown. Campbell a rut Pow ll; Delphos, Bishon, Garrison, and Odel!. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. AT BOriSVILLE. Stimmel kept the hits wall scattered and Minneapolis shut Louisville out. Attend ance, 4ei. Score bv innings: R.H.E. Louisville 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 S 4 Minneapolis 0 1 0 6 0 0 0 1 0 s 11 0 Bat teries Bchannan and Schreive-r;Slim-mel and Yeager. AT COLUMBUS. Milwaukee used three pitchers in an ef fort to save the pam with Colnmhus. but i cold not stay the batting streak of .he lew als. Attendance, 2. 1st. Score bv innings: R.H.E. Columbus' 1 21 00306 13 13 2 Milwaukee 0 0 rt 0 3 1 0 0 010 13 6 Batteries McMaken and Fox; Elliott, Hale, Meredith and Wood. AT TOLEDO. Kansas City won as they pleased in a great batting game. Score bv innings: R.TI.B. Toledo 20400 0 030 :;7 5 Kansas City 2 o 3 0 S 1 3 0 118 4? 2 Batteries Coons, Gibson and Butler: Driscoll, Allemong, Cerman and Kleinow. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION STANDING. Clul.s. Won. I.est. Tct. Milwaukee 21 .hi;.. St. Paid 30 IS .i;2:"i Indianapolis 27 20 571 Kansas City Ill 22 .4 Bouisvilie 22 21 .4-i' Minneapolis 22 27 .44't Columbus 20 27 .42-1 Toledo 18 23 .SsG WESTERN LEAGUE. AT KANSAS CITY. Krrors by Town and Durkee, with three hits, gave Kansas City the victory in the noun inning. tendance, i,uuy. j Score by innings: rt H E ' Kansas City 1 1 00001 1 2 rt 1 3 ' Des Moines 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 05 10 5 Batteries Cable and Virlch; Barry' and Lord. AT ST. JOE. Omaha won on errors by St. Joseph. Score by innings: R H K. Omaha (1 002001 1 n 4 2 : St. Joseph 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 tf 7 Batteries Chaff stal and Gonding; Slav and McConnell. AT PEORIA Peoria defeated Colorado Springs in a 33 inning contest, which was the most sensa tional of the season. Attendance, l.ftm. Score by innings: R H E. Peoria 1 10100200000 1 rt 12 4 Col. Springs ..3 0100 0 100000 05 10 2 Batteries Alloway. Olmstead and Wil son: Howie, McNeelcy and Doran. AT MlUVAt'KEE. Milwaukee easily defeated Denver today in a game played throughout a cold rain. Score by innings: r h E. Milwaukee 10311001 7 9 3 Denver 2 0000000 02 6 8 Batteries Voldendorff and Lucia- Bar ber and Schle. WESTERN LEAGUE STANDING. Clubs. Colorado Springs ... Milwaukee Kansas City Peoria St. Joseph Denver Des Moines Omaha Won. Lost. Pet. ... 20 It .1171 ... 2i 12 .l.7 ... 23 Hi .I'.n ...17 20 4.-,: ... 16 21. .4.2 ...IS 25 .419 ...35 21 .35 -. 13 23 .Sill AMERICAN LEAGUE. AT ST. LOUIS. ! The St. Louis club returned home and ' broke their losing streak by shutting out Washington 4 to 0. Score by innings: R it f. . St. Louis 0 2001100 1 32 0 Washington OOOnOOOO 00 5 3 Batteries Powell and Kahoe; Patten and Clark. ; AT CHICAGO. 1 The locals won bv hard hitting in the closing inning. Callahan tied Philadelphia's one run with a long four-bagger over the right field fence in the eighth. Score by innings: rue Chicago 0 00O0001 12 12 1 Philadelphia 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 Batteries Patterson and McFarland: TV added and Schreck. AT CLEVELAND. Boston touched up Wright for three sin gles, a double and a triple in the sixth and seventh innings, winning the game. At- lenaauce, .tr1(. Score by innings: RHE ' Clevi land 2 0001 000 03 10 i ! Boston 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 05 10 1 I Batteries Wright and Bemis; Dineen and Criser. AT DETROIT. Detroit won from New York. Detroit fell onto Tannehill with a vengeance in the seventh. Attendance, 2,734. Score by innings: R.H.E New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 n 5 5 rietroit a 1 a it ii ti 6 o 7 12 1 Batteries Tannehill and O'Connor and McGuire. AMERICAN LEAGUE STSKntxe. (.inns. Philadelphia Boston Cleveland St. Tmis Chicago New York Detroit Washington Won. Lost. Pet. . .. ;:i lit .i2'i ... 3 2. ii'..; ...22 '..-,12 . . . 22 2 i . b.n ... 2! 24 .47 ... 21 2t .4)7 ... 14 23 .2W NATIONAL LEAGUE. AT BOSTON. rittshure defeated Boston. Pitting'r. who pitched for Boston, was touched nn for 15 hits, while four hits wen- trc' lust that the locals could do with Leever. Score by innings: B.H E Pittsburg 2 4201 101 112 15 2 Boston i 00000020 2 4 4 Batteries Leever and Phelps; rittingrer and iloran. AT PHILADELPHIA. Eiht hits and two errors in the fifth in ning tjave Cincinnati nine runs and tne game. Attendance, 3,0o4. Score by innings: R.H E. Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 ! 0 0 0 0 t 1 1 0 Philadelphia 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 12 11 3 Hutteries Suthoff and Peiiiz; "Williams and Zimmerman. NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING. Pittsbtirir New York Chicago Brooklyn Cincinnati Boston Philadelphia St. Iouis 'iS 17 .m 25 r. . im; 25 111 .ii4i 25 21 : 2! 2H . .nil ' 2 t :;i ; 15 34 !W : 13 3S .3;J I MISSOURI VALLEY LEAGUE. SPRINGFIELD. Umpire Shank called the game at the end of the second inning on account of rain. Neither side had scored. Kane was in the box for the locals and Taylor for Nevada. FORT SCOTT. Both pitchers worked well in a pitch ers' battle until the sixth innint;. when each was batted freely, a home run be ing made off each in that inning. Score: R.H.F.. Fort Scott 0 0100642 i:t ir 3 Pittsburg 00000600 0 ti S 3 Batteries Pevis and Cheek; Thur man and McDonald. LEAVENWORTH. Leavenwcrth continued its losing streak, Iola taking the game by a score of 3 to 0. Four amateur players of this city filled up gaos in the local team. Score: R.H.E. j Leavenworth 0 0000000 00 3 5 Iola ..1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 S 6 2 Batteries Cook and Redman; KiUilriy, I Root and Armstrong. JOPLIN. Joplin took the game from Sedalia by the score of 7 to 4. The runs were mad in the first three innings. Score:: R.H.E. Joplin 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 fi 2 Sedalia 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 04 7 0 Batteries Morton and Stoner; Gates, Lawtner and Schrant. MISSOURI VALLEY LEAGUE STAND INC. Won. Lost. Pet. 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Christy's wife left him a week ago and came to her father's home, eight miles southeast of Peek. Christy followed her and during the afternoon hired the hotelkeeper to take him to the home. "When Ave miles from Peck, Mr. Pierce was shot through the head. Christy jumped out of the bufcfiy and walked across, the country to his father-in-law's home, where he hid under an old harvester in a weed patch in the barnyard. He was captured by a posse. He said that Pierce tried to rob him and in the seutlle was shot. Pierce was 60 years old and leaves a wife. He former ly lived here. Christy was intoxicated. Winfield's Chautauqua. Winfield, June 20. Friday was gover nor's and Oklahoma day at the Chau tauqua assembly. The speakers were Governor R. M. Lafollette of Wisconsin and Governor Ferguson of Oklahoma. Lafollette was the speaker of theday and talked to 5.000 people for over two hours on the growth of great corpora tions and their menace to the govern ment. Governor Ferguson's talk was in the nature of a greeting to Kansas from Oklahoma. He was heartily ap plauded in making the statement that when the time came for Oklahoma to become a state, he hoped to see a tem perance plank in the constitution. A Heavy Rain at Parsons. parsons. June 20. After annul two weeks of hot dry weather, during whi- h about all the corn for this year was planted, a heavy snaking rain fell here in the early houis of Friday. The storm was a violent one with high winils. Lightning struck two houses in the city. Drowned ia a Pond. Leavenworth, June 20. Walter Gib bon, 18 years old, of Springfield, IU., was drowned four miles south of Leav enworth. The young man was attending pure pass, that Tjhe critical ordeal through which the expectant mother must however, is so fraught with dread, pain, suffering and danger, the very thought of it fills her with apprehension and horror There is no necessity for the reproduction of life to be either painful or dangerous. 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He was swimming in a deep pond close to the academy when h was seized with cramps and drowned before aid could reach him. HUTCHINSON AWAKDS. The Musical Festival Closed "With a Concert of Prize Winners. Hutchinson, Kan., June 20. The elev enth annual session of the Kansas musi cal jubilee closed last evening- with a concert in hich most of the winners of the several contests participated. Ttia awards were as follows: Interstate prize. Mrs. P.lanche Lyon, Lawrence; chorus. class A. Salina chorus, S5 per cent; chorus, t lass ll. Hutchinson hiprh school, per cent; chorus, class C, Apiollo club, Wichita, 91 M per cent; state soprano, Mrs. Blanche Lyon, Lawrence; contrail; solo, Miss Hannah Naso, Lindshorc: bass solo. J. T. Conkey. Stafford; tenoi solo, H. C. Pribble. Topeka: ladies quartet. Lincoln, prad-1, 5 per c.nt: vocal duet. Miss Louise W'inar.s ar.ti Mi--s Cliita Duval, both of Hutchinson, violin solo. Miss Vendla Wett--rson. Lindsborft: flute contest. Edward But ler, Lyons; piano solo, H C. Lewis. To peka: piano dtiet. Miss Mab-l Oottintr ham and Miss Oriel Matchette. Mc pherson ; piano students. Miss Or. ice Graves. Hutchinson: trio violin. f.ure and piano. Miss Vendla Weuerson. Lillia P.osberpr and H. B. Malloy, all of Lindsborsr. Patterson Refunds City Money. Clyde. June 20. A. J. Patterson.-ex-city treasurer, convicted of emb. zzlir.sj S4.2',0.62 of city funds and sentenced t three years in the penitentiary has e funded the money in full to the citj- and applied to the governor lor a purdon with a petition signed by nearly every business man in town. Sale of a Big Ranch. Salina, June 20. J. Duncan, a local real estate agent, has sold th? Glend-ile ranch, northwest of Salina. belonging tu Edward Nicholson, to H. A. Hawk and Charles Ellis of Atchison county for $2fi.40. The ranch contains 2.M0 acres and was purchased by Nicholson thre years ago for $18,400. Pardon from the President. Abilene. June 20. Senator Burton has received notice that the president has pardoned and restored to civil rights Omer Tompkins of Chautauqua county who was court martialed at Fort Leav enworth for desertion and served hi term. The pardon restores his civil rights. Evere3t Postoffioe Robbed. Atchison, June 20. The postoffio at Everest. Kan., was entered Tnursday night and the safe blown open. Money and valuables to the amount of $2o0 or $:-!!!0 were scoured. No face of the thieves has been found. The exjiiosive used was dynamite. A blessing alike? to young and oil; Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Straw berry; nature's specific for dysentery, diarrhoea and summer complaint. No woman's happi. ness can be complete without children ; it is her nature to love and want them as much ao as it is to love the beautiful and "-tiilMif 3 no? ifzi pTi v n B-3