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.~~~' S* 1NPIRS~fStTRAMK NN.Iu iiI - f Miuewri Sstab4Iihsw a @nfrtrow Mark 1A" High Hu'dI.-.M totf .f perlin Clip Nearly Right iSsnds in Two-Mils. *tuart ylel4, La$.tt, In4,, June 1. -.n 0Ia depeeta \balIe for pointes Sought out under a biitling sun, eth letsu representing the University of titfornlt, trlqmphed today over the Ualversity ot Missouri for first honors Sth the twelfth arinual meet of the Western Intereolleglate Conference Athletio association. The Pacilfic cost Wnip piled up a score of 41% points, SMissouri was seoond with 19%. l tlilnis was third with 36, Chicago fterth, with 16. and Wisconsin fifth, awth 13% points. Coe, through Wil ea's splendid work, finished sixth, with 10 polesn; Minnesota sventh, with SI Northwestern, Ames and Oberlin tied for eighth, with 6 points eaoh. Wabash tot 4% points; Iowas, Purdue and Barlhani, one each, and DePauw, o.e-half point. Two new conference records, one in the 120-yard hurdles and the other in the two-mile run, were broken. Nicholson of Missouri established a new conference record in the first event, the 120-yard hurdles, defeating Caseof Illinois, in 16 1-6. The former record was 15 2-5 and was mode by Pred G. Maloney of Chicago In 1903. Another conference mark was shat tered when N. T. Metoalfe of Oberlin oUlipped nearly eight seconds off loh former two-mile record, made by P. A. Rowe of Michigan in 1905, finishing In 2443 4-6. After the meet it was announced the conference faculty had reaffirmed Its action taken at a Chlcak. meeting two months ago, dropping athletle In structors from the representative ath letic board. This action means that Coach Stagg of the University of Chl caego and Athletlo Director Hhler of the University of Wisconsin will no longen be members of the conference board. Dean A. W. Small of the University of Chicago and Professor Belier of Wisconsin will fill the vaanoles. Stagg has been a member of the conference board for 20 years. It was announced that Ohio state university had been awarded a membership to the confer ence. ONE-IEGGED SWIMMER MAKES A G00D RECORD San Francisco, June 1.-Lincoln Johnson, the one-legged Y. M. C. A. swimmer. was beaten today In his trials for the all-American Olympic team by Frank Belslure of the Olym ple club, also a one-legled swimmer. The race was one of the most re markable ever swam. Belslure's time was 2:88 1-5 for 220 yards with two turn.. The officials said there is no American record for the distance un der such conditions, the nearest ap proach being Daniels' time oft :40 8-5 for 230 yards with one turn. Johnson's time was 2:41 and it is .probable he will be recommended on the strength of it, although beaten, for Reislure is an Australian by birth and has never been naturalised. NORTHWESTERN Standing of the Clubs. IClub- Won. Lost. Pet. Victoria ......... ..............4 21 .588 Portland ........... ...........24 22 .538 Vancouver ......................24 3 .523 Tacoma ..... ..................28 .32 .511 Spokane ................. ......20 28 .465 Seattle ......... ................ 0 25 .444 Indians Win. SIpokane, June 1.-Leonard was too much for the Seattle batters today and Spokane won, 8 to 1. For five innings Leonard held Seattle hitless. Seattle scored their one run in the sixth on Fullerton's three-bagger and aloran's sinle. Fullerton was wJd and his bases on balls, coupled with daring base running, was responsible for the Spokane runs. Moore- R. H. I. Seattle ................. ................... 1 8 Spokane ................... ................... 8 0 B1..terie-Pluilerton and Whallnl; Leonard and Devogt. Twelve innings.' Taooma, June 1.-Two three-base hits by Catoher Crittenden of Tacoma, one in the seventh and one in the ninth inning, with a single In the 1lth by Abbott, pulled a hard-fought 3-in ning game out of the fire for the Tigers today. The game was marked by ragged fielding on both sides. dorie- ItR . M. oouver ........ ......................4 8. 2 Tacoma ........................ ............6 11, 1 Batteries--Gervals and Lewisi Criger, Gordon and Orittendeu. ariNd litting Wins. Seattle, June l.--ard bhtting with men on bases enabled Victoria to de. Not Vancouver, ? to 1, today, moPlose--N-y'eon and OWek;' f uey and N.arrm. , w" Do you notice the chiet in the battie fine?' iessn the tallendersl bless Honest Joal Well, one week at the pie .ountes comitRs up, e've got to win 'em both today. Remember that and pull; Maurtie Whiss' Senators play a string of 17 games at home now, alsIpoh is all right, he's--oh, go ask Jim Wroman about Samloch. Six pitchers and a pinch-hitter fig Fred in yesterday's bloody battle at Ogden. ..asey got hold of one, Oriet clouted two, Carma* two, Tobin one, Chang non one, Samloch one. Warren broodl back into the game yesterday, and, lumbago bor no lum bago, reached out a landed hit. The local gun club has a shoot sched uled for this mording. All who like to .break bluerocks are cordially, etc. Our idea of optimism: What that Ogden correspondent says about a "'winning streak." However, let It ride. A syndicate slave has ground this out: "Itf Johnny Kilbane goes on the stage would* he be billed as a Knock Abe-Out Comedian?" This bug is still at large Carman piokled two yesterday, which, added to the three hits he got the day before, gives him a very fine average for the two games, Iy word, that man is' hitting well. The official scorer asked last Sun day wty Carman, who is as large as Huelsman-about-oouldn't hit like Ruelsman. The answer is, he does. Watch that big first sacker go! We, call especial attention to the work of T.balkanei the poetic hammer clrtuoeo. He will do much worse In virtuoso. He will do much worse in' says Tube, "as long as I get by?" Two whole days and a forenoon. The other day our so-long-to-walt-be fore - the - team - gets - back forecast counted Sunday's double-header, to the bewilderment of our patronp. Don't try to figure It out now. The St. Joseph school defeated the Central school yesterday by a score that is reported to have been 24 to 5. The Spohn brothers batteribd for Bt. Joseph, and we are entirely too charit able to give away who worked for the defeated. Dicli Cooley has signed two good men in Harold Leach, a Kansas south paw, and Jeff Clarke, a former west ern league star. Leach has been with the Lyons club in the Kansas State league and has been doing wonderful stunts. The Helena Independent is the most altruistlo Institution In the world. Listen: "We can't win them all, and w- wouldn't If we could. Nobody wants to break up the Union league." This may be elaborite sarcasm or sub tle humor, but we pass. Klllllay and Badofsky are surely slaughtering that pill for Irby. Killi lay tore off three safeties yesterday and Sadofaky kicked in two. Butte's loeading clouters were Mathes with three, Levy, Whaling and Kafora with six split three ways. We wonder what it was that peeved Bassey? The Count is a quiet youth, and something terrible must have come up to rub his fur so badly the wrong way that he cussed himself into the poliee court. We choose to believe that Spaghetti was given the worst of it. Yesterday, some son of Ananias started the story that Bush had hit a homer with the sacks filled in yes terday's ninth. This was a fine cap sule theory to account at long range for Missoula's quartet of runs in the last. A similar tale sprang into being on the streets one day before this week. It is variously reported that John MoOloskey can become a big-league scout if Ogden turns him out into the cold, that John is about to go, that he Is about to get his pay raised, that Dad Gimlin will get the berth. You can go as far as you like on that, too. Any time they pry lawn loose from a job, they'll use slant powder. In Butte the other day Blub Irby started a chewing match with the right field blesachers and became so deeply interested that Whaling dropped a fly right at his feet. Irby chased the ball and %old the reporters that smoke from a switch engine obscured his vision. This isn't as bad as steal ing saoond, with the 'bases full-not quite. The single men of the M. M. store handqd it to the married mpn of the big establphment in a twilight game Priday evening, 9 to 8. Quinn and Courtney did the battery work for thp winners; "Old Man" 8oribn~r pitbhed for the unfortunates and Allen teoo him. The losers hit much harder than the victors, but were not there In the pinches, The other day the Gr~at Pails groundkeeper pulled a play that has it on anything we can remember. During he last half of the eighth inning of the first Decoration day muss, the Custodian was struck by the idea that left field needed irrigation, A tow wind p's rnad 3a up a Iit tde dut. With him to think was to Bit tY1t hadt.o stries o"tt h '_ the tt1e, The Great e atlls soond Jesse mean told the man with the hosle td avaunt, but the latter retoied that he was not IA the avauntlng bulnes but had other wotrtes. Thelepo. l, Paye appealed to Umpire Wright a.t .aetS halted procedings long enough to obese the sealous irrigator. Th4 groutidheeper looked at Wright much doem the trusting potato bug when h walet Into a .otttir 'Then he, thly keeper, shriveled up. is.ten, nowt doesn't our Helena Butte dope lool~ a lot better? lnby's chance to :oP that series s as goo4 as 9.oOatrfety's this morning. Chances awe they'll split It. We were In bad hole Itt, our prognostication concern Ing these two teams a few days ag,' but'thlngs broke according to form and our prestlg as a guess artist is nearly rstored. oainter and Company I of Fort MIs soult play at Campbell park this afternoon. The game will be called at $ o'olock. Loehner will pitch for the LumberJacks and Wals will catch, Hodgeon. Violette and Bdwards will do plain and fancy galdening, while the inner works will be made up of Douchemln, Burns, *Majnussion and *.·galr. Immediately following the Bonner 'ort Missoula game, the Missoula In dependents will play the Northern Pa clfic Ors.cents. Admission will set the fans back two-bits. This double-header Is a benefit 'for the Missoula Indoor league, which closed its season a few kopeks in the red. There should be a large attendance. The games will be seven Innings each. Helena Independent: "Just now everybody's average is being fattened on poor old Ogden except Helena. No smch luck for the Senators. The Mc. Closkey crew goes to Missoula next week, then to Butte and following that the Millionaires will entertain them on their home grounts. Helena gets them June 25. By that time they will probably have a ball team." ****-- Trekel, or some gaseek mwearing his moniker, pitched for Kalispell against Whitefish the other day and won. Gus Thompson is piloting Kalispell again. Trekel is the man who jumped a Missoula contract, because he thought he was being covered up for some big-league club that was willing to pay a fabulous sum for his serv ices. Orlet showed the Kallepell won der up., that's the sime of it. "Por Inning after inning his flinging mystified the locals. Three times he pulled out of a pinch via the strike out route and six Electrics tanned in their endeavors to connect with his shoots." That's the Great Falls Trl bune talking about Zamioch. The Great Falls Leader gets away with this about another Highlander hero: "As a Great Falls boy playing on the visit ing team, this was rather unkind of Orlet, but the bleaphers rose up and applauded his naughty act Just, the same." Ortet had just hit a homer with two on. A century or no na- Frank Huelsh man, now with Great Falls, was mixed up in a play about which the Southern league Is still fighting. Hippo was playing with New Orleans and slammed a liner at the Little Rock pitcher, Bill Hart. The ball hit Bill on the pin and bounced into the first baseman's hands in the air. There were two on and two corpses and this fluke saved the game. The Dixie bugs began to scrap at once as to whether or nbt the pitcher should be given an assist, and they are still going to It. This is, of course, an old wheese, but who's had the nerve to pull it recently? Maers, now Helena's pitching hero, came very near being signed by Mis sbula here last week. It war like this: Slim hadn't been showing much and the Highlanders handed him an un merciful clouting. Thereupon Blub Irby just about decided to cast Maers adrift. Somebody tipped it off that Blankenship liked the tall walloper and was aching to hang Missoula spangles on him. Irby reasoned that if Maers looked good to Blankenship he must have something and there was nothing In the way of a boiler. Now Maers is pitching winning hell. Something penetrates Blub's turret occasionally, all right. *Spelling not guaranteed. HORINE TAKES PART IN NEW YORK MEET New York, June 1.-George Horlne, the phenomenal high jumper of Man Francisco, made his first appearance In the east today at the track and field games of the New York Athletic club. Although Horine finished only second from scratch in the high Jump handicap, he cleared 6 feet, 4 inohes in an exhibition afterwards. Platt Adams of the New York Athletic club, to whom Horlne conceded one Inch, won the handicap with an actual jump of 6 feet, 9 Inches. A world's record was made when a five-man team from the New York Athletic club won the one-mile relay In 3 minutes, t1 4.6 seconds. This is 5 S-5 seconds under the record made by the Irish-American Athletic team at Celtic park three years ago. SHANNON REINSTATI[D, Great Falls, June 1.--(Mpela.)-At a meeting of the Great "alls Baseball association held here tonight Catcher Owen Shannon was reinstated and he will catch Ape or both of the games to morrow. It developed since Shannon's Cuspension that he was informed last unaday night that he had been re. leased and also. told the same thing on Wednesday night,, althouwlt there was not a word of truth In t. His Suspenslon was the result of his fall. ire to show up at Thursday gamU. 4NIlWYR.fVO WASHINQTON 15 D WHITMAN 89m THIRD. NO DIgi SUPRE Wines, Are . in All ranehes Ixeept H4h~tW Jump, DiMau Threw end Muni d-Yard Dash-S-llah Tries to Equal Pole Vault mReerd. Portland, June 1. -The University of Oregon had 'a walkaway today In the first antuil I't'lfic Northwest colleges conference Itrack and field meet held here on Multnomah field. Half a score of flrst places and a few seconds and thirds gave them a lead of 24.poldts over the University of Washington, which nlmd Itself into second place by oilly two Iolints over Whitman. The score: University of Oregn,,, 57; University of Washington, 2:1; Whllltman, 21; Oregon Agricultural college, 18; Washington State college, 11; Idaho, 5. Oregon's supremacy was manifest In all the branches of the sport with the exception of the high Jlump, the dis ous throw and the, too-yard dash, which went to Bake r of the Oregon Agricultural college Instead of to Courtney of the Univrslty of Wash ington, who had been ilcked as a sure winner of the event. The most exciting ,event of the day was the two-mile run, which was won by McClure, of the Unlvmerslty of Ore gon, at the tape, front Barrett of Whitman. McClure and Barrett dis played perfect genemralshlp in their running. Williams of the Oregon Agricultural college and Williams of the Washington Stult college, took the pace at the firing of tlhe gun and undertook to outdistance their com petitors in the first mile. IBarrett and McClure held back und did not move up toward the head of the procession until the beginning of the last half mile. When they canmo Into the stretch, however, McC'lure had forged Into the lead, with ltu.rett tacked on close behind, and 'iIlliams of Oregon Agricultural a poor third. Barrett got up on even terms and seemed about to pass him within f15, yards of the tape, when with a smrrlrisillg burst of speed, McClure asinot forward and crossed the line by a Imargin of about six feet. It was the onlly pretty fin Ish of the clay. A feature of tIhe aftemrnon was the sanctioned attempt of Niam 14'ellah, of the Multnomah Amateur Athlletle club of Portland, to br'aok tihe wrld's aImlma teust polo vault ree' ,rl, which was nset at 18 feet 1 Inch todacy I)y flrdnltler of Yale. Bellah hbd been striving for some tithe for the old record, mnd hmad worked up to 12 feet 4 Inches whenll the Assmo.'lantd Press' bulletln un nouncing the nllltilng of the new rec ord was cominmunilated to hint. itllalt had the bar rulsed to 12 fee't 7 Ilcehen and clearing that, had It lifted to 13 feet 2 inches. (tit his scolm,'mtd try at this height, imee.lrding to tIhe' Juldges, Bellah failed b)y less thanm one' inch. As It was, the har quiveretd on thle egms for nm,,re than a seollnd I,'ftore It fell to thie gl'o nd.tl . COOMBS MAY BE OUT OF GAME FOR MONTHS Jaek Co.mbs. Jack Coonms, one of the world'l champion star pitchers, ii laid up with a strained side and may not be in the game for imonths. His recent Injury is the same as that which caused his retirement during the fifth game of be world's series at New York last fall and prevented the Athletics from winning that series ia five games. An operation may be necessary to put Coomba right. aain. He was in splendid form this spring and was ex peoted to be the Athleties' mainstay .in the box until hot weather set in. TOM SONTAG WINS. Augusta, Mont., JUte 1,-Tom .on tag of Miessoula defeated Dave Ireland .p straight falls this afternoon. The $ ouia man took the first fall with a toe lpid in s2 mlflhttes and the oe* ond with a toe hold and a half-eilson in elght minutes. UNIVERSITY OP PENNSYLVANIA WINS INTSROOLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIP. E MARKS REACHED o0aAner of Yale Makes New World's Reoord by Going Thirteen Pset One inoh in Pole Vault-lhetput Mark is Also Passed. Philadelphia, Juno 1.-The Univer lity of Ppnnsylvania won the intereol letIite track and field championships on Pranklin field this afternoon. This brought new laurels to "Mike" Mur phy, the noted trainer, who will Iuldo the American stars at thie coming Olympic games. The Pennsylvanians won by a margin of 10% points over Cornell, their nearest competitor. The points scored were: Pennsylvania, s8; Cornell, 17%; Michigan, 16; Colum bia, 13; Harvard, 13; ymr.tuse, 13: Dartmouth, 11%: Yale, 10; Wesleyan, 7; Brown, 6; Princeton, 5; Bowdoin, 2; Rutgers, 3; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1. Five Intercollegiate records were broken and Iwith them went one col legiatn record and one world's record. The new world's figures were made In the pole vault by It. 8. (tardner of Yale. After he and H. 8. R hcock of Columbia had broken the Intercollegiate record of 12 feet, 8% inthes, by going over the bar at 12 feet, 0% inches, the stick was put up to 13 feet, one inch. Gardner, on his second try, cleared It, amid cheers. Babclwok tried three times, but failed. The former world's record was 12 feet. 10% Inches. In the shotput R. I. Beatty of (o Itutbli exceeded the colleglate record hyd by himself by making 4t feet, 10% inches. against his old figures of 48 feet, 7% inches. C. D. Rleidpltth of Hyrtause lowered the intercollegiate record of 484-54 seconds in the quarter-mile event to 48 seconds. Relpath also camle with In one-fifthl of a sreondt of equalling the intercollegiate record in the 220. yard dash. In the half-mile run, J. P. Jones of ('ornell lowered his inte.rt.cllegiate ree ord from 1:14 4-5 to 1:5:4-5. P. K. Wlthington, ilarvard's runner, Son the two-mile and lowere.d the Ju t'henll,.late record of 9:.'5 1- ti, 9:24 2-5. BASEBALL NOTES IC'harley Hall tops the list of. winning pitchers with the Roston Red .ox and Is the real "hope" of the Hub funa. Much of tie success of the (.tllahan crew is due to the fine work of two youngsters---ltath at second and Weaver at short. With a now aill park, a double deck grandstand aind a team .that is playing batll like champinons, Washing ton fans have been getting a genuine run for their money. After starting the season like win ners, dissensions among the owners and the illness of ,Manager B1rena han have lput a cries-cross crimp In tihe Cardinals. Bargain sate In tbaseball tickets! Surest thing you know. A Newark (N. J.) department store advertises 150 cent tickets for international league games, at 42 cents apiece. Pitcher IRd Wilsh of the White Sox is the real A. . O . kid o. big. league. Hardly a day passes withoutt the spitball king being sent In to do the reecue stunt. ((y Young was left at home when the Boston Braves hit 1th western trail. Kling must be holding b(ack "Uncle Eyrus" in order to 'put him in a Banta Claus act next (Chrietnas. Here's a funny one. Because Ty Cobb works at first ,ase and makes a bluff at pItching during practice, a story is going the rounds charging him with trying to disrupt the team. The United States leagtue is com peting with major league clubs in C:hi cago, Cincinnati, PIttsburgh, Cleveland, New York and IWashington, the Trl Ftate oleague at Reading and the Vir ginia league at Richmond. Under the rules of the Three-I league double admission is oharged for double-headers. Pat Donahue, the former Boston. Philadelphia catcher, Is backstopping for a semi-pro team In Springfleld, O. Ping Bodle, the speedy gardener of the Wlhite Box, Is doing star work both In the field and with the club. Pitcher "Jeff" Pfeffer, who used to shoot 'em over for the Cubs, Is pitch Ing for the Washlngton team in the United States league. Meanaer Hugh Jennlngs is not worrying over the work of the Tiglrs. "Once the boys start, we will clean up the league," says Hugh. Shafer, of the Glants, must be out for the base-stealing record. During the fitrt three weeks of the season he pilfered 11 sacks. With Manager Dooln back in the game the Quakers look like a bunr·t of live ones and should be able to get up among the leaders pretty soon. The Cardinals have been fat picking for the Cincinnati Reds this spring, the Reds having copped out seven straight games from 'resnahan's crew. Bronkle, who is playing third base for the Cleveland .Naps, is a fasi worker and nice fielder but so far has not started anything with the stick. Pitcher "Hub" Perdue had won all his games this season when he faced the Oubs, and then the stuff was off. Tbe Cubs eat Boston pitching like a kid punishes cream puffs. The ciretit of the Maine-New Brunswlok league will be composed oS St. 'John, Frederloton, WIoodstolk 131 acres, irrigated; good buildings; 15 head horn stock; good work team; close to Missoula; 40 acres in alfalfa; bearing orchard; a real bargain at........5,500 321 WEST SPRUCE 40-foot lot, well fenced, with fruit and shade; nine room modern house; also two-room cottage in rear; this place is well located for a rooming house, is close to Catholic church and school and handy to Missoula business district; this place can be handled on a pay ment down and balance at 6 per cent interest; price ..............................................................................$ 4 ,5 0 0 Seven and one-half acres in Orchard Homes, close to school; fine set of buildings; fine bearing orchard; this place is cheap at $5,500, but for a few days we are authorized to sell it for .... ...................................$4,500 All necessary tools and machinery go with this place. New four-room plastered house, on south side; 38-foot corner lot; fruit, shade and garden; good wood shed; on term s to suit ......................... ............................................ $ 1 ,42 5 TAYLOR & -PEARSON B. & A. BUILI)ING Bell 920 Ind. 1724 and Hloulton. I*ighty gamen will he played, tile eelaa.on opening May 24 and closing e8pc'tember 7. Up to Many 22 the PiItiburgh Piralet had 12 lpostponed games on their sohedulr. Hank Perry of DetIroit local, No. 1. did nmen nice work In the outfield during Ty ('ol's uhllnencee. The mnont valuable player in ihe Pa riflc ('eant league will he presentedl with an eauctolmobileh at the clone of the entnorn. "l.efty" JaclheeInh , the formller Wash ington pli'lcher. Ii doing some fnilcy twirling for the 8t. Tho.na teatm in the Canadian Irague. Prod (ldwell, formerly of the (~In rinnatil leds.. ha surrlln.'del'd Willllnm Johnlstone a manager of lhe Marlon tea.l Il thn ()hin stInl leagu.e. Ty ('elhh Is not the only one. lev ernl yearn iago "Kid" (Ilelaon, playing iI lIltllhmnlre, umpllled into the grantld .tand lind walloped i .p pecailor. lFrank l,'ngarly, the "''Iuhllin nmice strol,'" l IIInur('In tIIng with the (Chlli'llgo 'White Nohx andl dloing I ll share Ile keepiing Ithe nx iup ie the racre. "I'y'" Yolung anysr. i that the onlion tied Nox outl fieldl. peaker, lloopelrnnle lewinl, flashleIs tihe mnt nspiec' ntaecilr work he c've'r hell witnew'eedee on c Ichll fi-el. Manager Johlllly Kllng In Iworking his head off trying to keep tlhe Ionm lton Blraven lee the reunning, ibut the -ratves dion'i t ''en teo l ee ie ll. o l stalrt anything. iThe c'hmicnonl Athletics are. not alone In Ithe hard slruggle to get stalrtedcl, cIa Ilrirawce i n ellll r oi f nhlielhinll champinllnn hiave bleenl te1) agLLinnl It ino far this entleon. New e)rllnlllsn, In the i4oithern leongue; )Daytonl, in the (!en tral leaguie; PeoriA. Ile the Three-T. le'eague; Aeustin, In he Texan leaglue; Portland In Ilthe Pa'ifie ('leat league; tock ford in t-le' Wisconsin- llllnols league; Wilke-I~arre. In thn New Yeork state IPleague, and ln \'llton-oo8 letie, in tlihe (.arnill ,ilc gel e, all pennnlln win nern lant netsnn, aire at piresent ee i her there or Illrting with tile Ilest posilloon In tile standling. SMOKY CITY MINERS TO DEMAND INCREASE Ilutllo, Julne 1. l.-Hlpchlil.- -....Two le.' c!il iiasn tnc lneltingsll of mnllnerns Ihaive ireell caullnel for tornor'row afiternoon whlen planse will he', IId for demanllllld inlg ofl thel e omleanles aln In,'re,'nase cof wagKe. llhe nlminers wlanlt ci t0-c'ctli incrleasec foer all mlen icrlmployed IIc tIlhe milnes, whether thely te whlovellnrs, inieres or inuc'kers. The( comllplcnleaes, It I taidl, are Illilon'c d to relle. tihe' wcglllnI lof thee rluie'ri 50 c'erlnts, Ibut linot tlihe ishoveler and ln ee'kere to tihe grcdl(e lofh i mr, m klln.kiled miiners. WILL NOT BOND GAMBLERS. lpokcane, Jlno 1 .--tc'lepre'ncentatives of all the' hnding ('einpu)lees eien doing bulinens iin thisi city annulllllnced after a meoting today that they had do' termined to camcel the bond of aIny person bonded with them who In knowen to place a hit on the racens. The bonding compnlnies will have ia representative at the Aln track to watch the betting ring. It was an nounced that the losses of the' bond ing companies inrlce the opening of the Alan meeting had been heavy. NRIOMONO DROPS OUT. Richmond, Va., June 1.-The Rich mond club dropped out of the United States league late tonight. The play. aurs say their salaries have not been pald and while they have not formal. y disbanded, they will not leave here tomorrow to keep engagements unless back salaries are paid. tB for as Richmond Is concerned, it will take n) further part In reorganlaatlon plans. TIGERS HAVE GOOD CATCIERER IN STANAGE S~-I i | .\ . With thi' voteran Stanage, cinceded to 'hn one oft the mlllnt vualualble cinttehlrs In liit Almrlirlnn league, and with wa, eii.'Ill')niIlly good recrutll In TrdritllI'y l(iKhl'r oand John mnelow, the ID.etrilt T'lgr. are extr.mnely well tortllfid behinlid the pnlto thin year. StIIIinagle hupelli'H catch every game this lilbon, hilt if hlie dloent his young recrults will he on ith Job. MENTAL ARITHMETIC. (l'rotn Judgi,.) Teanchor--"Why, Willie, these prob. lIma are all wrung! What Is the ltr',hbl,?" WilllIe-"I don'no. I wnrked awfil ard olruer i coullid l ev'rtl int e'l wrong." NEW MANAGER FOR BROWNS. Pt. Iouis, June 1.-fleorge loInvall, former i.anuluger uof the Cleveland team, was ullllpnpdntel tonight manager of the Ht. Iouls e'luh if the Amner. lean lenguoll, ri'pltctlng Rhodellrik W.al lace. NEWEST NOTES OF SCIENCE. Moving pleturic of I nsrc'tts In flight have proved that they regulate their spoed hy changing the Inctlnatlon of their wings rather than by Increas. Ing the rapidity of their motion. In a new portable electrlo lamp the lump ItLelt and the reflector cei he adjusted to any desired angles and the base can be hung on a wall and the whole affair used a.a .Ir a lillhs An Island In the Pactlo a French company has ob trol Is believed to contaln? 000 tuna of hlllgh-gr.dl. ph many million tons at In Ity.