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mil championship of America will be deelded
on the point scoring double. TMB mill be the
dosing day of the annual !- A. W. gathering.
- WITH THE EQU/MES
The St. Paul race meet and horse snow
eloaed yesterday afternoon with a large at
tendance and good racing. The summaries:
2:22 Class Pace. Purse, .$1,000
Angus Oh So, J. f. Faisbjy. .St. Paul
Uncle John, Bennett and Goodall, San
Francisco (Welch) S
Bessie Rose, J. O. Gerrity, .St. Paul
(Gerrity) : . . . . . 2
Vyzole, M. T. Coonan, Kmmersburg,
Iowa (Coonau) ... .... ......t 4,
Fossie, 0. W. Woods, Eidon. Iowa
(Woods) ..... &
Nellie Bfy, R. JE. Salter, Minneapolis
Grasshopper, Ingham & Ewerts, Pierre,
S. D. (Cooper) , '.. 7
China Maid, T. P. McAran, San Fran
cisco (Nelson) .....:... ...... S
Elsie Oh So, W. Aliendorf, Minneapolis
(Mathews) ......... 9 dis
Time2:144 2:12%. - .
2:28. Class Trot. Purse, $1,000
Artois, Dr. G. W. Fisher, LA Porte
City, Iowa (McLaughlin) 1
Hambert, S. H. Johnston, Minneapolis
(Mathews) * ...... 2
Black Lady, J. D. McArdle, Minneapo
lis (Wllaon) ,^,.......... 3
Araja, A. Russell, Columbus Junction,
Iowa (Russell) ... 4
Lady Scott, W. G. Carllng, St. Paul
Prince Allan, F. A. Lyon, Aurora, 111.
Anselita, C. L. De Ryder. Meoomonie
(De Ryder) 7
Match Trot, One-half Mile. Purse, $100.
Don Juan, J.- W. Paisley, St. Paul.... 1 1
Lottie. C. F. Schroeder, St. Paul 2 3
Dick Wilkes, J. A. McDonald, St. Paul 3 2
Walnut B., Petw Tereau 4 4
Three thousand people at. Waterloo jester -
day saw William Mac, owned by George W.
Oastle, Chicago, reduce the state record for^a
half nslle track, making It in 2:10.: .The for
mer record of 2 :.li was made by him at Marion
a few days ago. The Waterloo meet closed
yesterday and was a decided success. . .
Free-for-all pace: William 'Mac won, Alpha
W. second, Robert Wilkes third. Time, 2:10.
2:20 trot: Virginia Jim won, Senator W. sec
ond, Elma i6. third. Time. 2:17%.
Windham Walden. a 'New York horseman
who has "been at Washington park, Chicago,
ince the meeting opened, is minus four jock
Walden shipped his horses back to New
York /Thursday and intended to go after them
on an evening train. When he came to start
he was unable to locate his riders, all of
whom are apprentices. His departure was
postponed and notice of their disappearance
was given W. A. Pinkerton. who is now en
deavoring to locate them. Walden thinks
they have been stolen. The boys are J. Fish
er, Frank Mitchell. William Green and Henry
Cook. They were secured by Walden from the
Snake Hill reformatory of New Jersey.
Bob Smith, trainer of the great horse, Artic
ulate, when questioned at Washington park
yesterday as to the probability of a meeting
between the .western crack and Gold Heels,
the star lof the eastern thoroughbreds, said
that he had no intention of matching Articu
late wlth Gold Heels, and had not been ap
proached ion the subject. Smith is pretty
sweet on his (horse and has ho fear of any of
the.Chicago handicappers taking his measure,
but candidly admits that the son of St. An
drew is not in Gold Heels' class, and that he
Is ierfecl content to rest on his laurels al
The national double champions. Ward and
Davis, were beaten to-day by* the Wren*,
brothers in the tennis tournament on the
courts of the Westchester club at Westches
ter. Tho Wrenns'gave an extraordinary ex
hibition of team work.
.4 Little and Alexander were no match for
the steadiness of Whitman and Ware. The
Round . Robin DoublesR. D. Wrenn and
G. W. Wrenn. Jr., beat H. Ward and D. F.
Davis, 6-3. 6-4, Ir6, 12-10.
M. D. Whitman and L. E. Ware beat R.
D. Little and F. B. Alexander, 3-6, 6-6,
The Canadian tennis championships were
continued at Niagara on the Lake yesterday.
In the final singles Beats Wright beat his
brother, Trving Wright, three sets to one, and
will challenge W. A. Lamed to-day for the
championship. The final doubles will be
The regular Saturday afternoon regatta of
the Calhoun Yacht club was held this after
noon The following boats took part: - . -r
lone j -
" ^ - ' S E C O N D - C L A S S SLOOPS.
Dorcas :........,.....- v
Edgriff - - '
Mystic .... p i ^ g ^ - j ^ g s ' CATS.'
Pearl - - :
Kathrlne Iris Clifton .
... . Johnson
INJHE SQUARED CIRCLE
Champion Jim Jeffries, who has been traira.
ing at Harbin Springs, Cal., for bis match
with Fltzsimmons on July 25, twill go back to
San Francisco to-morrow to finish 'his work.
Jeffries fears that 4f he remains in the dry,
hot atmosphere of the mountains until a day
or two before the battle, he may be seriously
affected by the change to the moist and cooler
climate of the 'bay. tSo the has decided to in
sure being thoroughly acclimated when the
fight comes off.
According to the reports from Jeffries'
camp, it la not saying too much to aiver that
never was a human being In such good state
of health and strength as Jeffries. In these
two respects be is perfection personified.
Every one who saw him in Mechanics pavilion
the night he met Ruhltn last knows how fine
ly every muscle was set, now agile and sure
he was. To be more fit would seem Impossi
ble, but nevertheless it Is true. He says so
himself, and the appearance of his body and
limbs bears out the statement.
Fltzsimmons, who Is working at Skagg's
Springs, has expressed, his determination to
stay right where he is, as he feels that the
weather Is just suited to him. His trainers,
however, will try to induce him to alter his
determination. They think, as Jeffries does,
that a change of climate at the last minute
may be undesirable.
Fitssimmons was on the road (bright and
early yesterday morning, and covered the
usual distance before noon.
He was accompanied by Dawson, Griffin and
Wilson, his trainers, who were not sorry when
the journey was oyer. The ex-champion was
covered with perspiration when be took his
rub-down, but he said, he felt good. Fits
did more boxing in the afternoon than at any
time since he has been at Skagg's Springs.
While i e wras resting he told his tra}ner to be
ready for another liard day's work In the
ring, and Fiti intends to keep Dawson, Wil
son and Griffin busy with the gloves from now
"until he leaves here.
Jack Root, on his way to Salt 'lake City,
stopped off at Kansas City long enough to
come to terms and sign articles with Tommy
Ryan for a ten-round fight which will prob
ably be held in the convention hall in that
city during carnival week next October. AH
of the details except the exact date and the
scee of the meeting, were arranged. They
decided on referee, weights and the division of
the money, and it did not take ten minutes
to do this.
This bout will be one of the most, interest
ing to tho followers of the fistic game that
could possibly be arranged. IRyan has
whipped so many aspirants with ease that the
Kansas City patrons had tired of the game.
Everybody believes the clever Tommy has
now taken on 'a stiff game, and the bout will
attract tho largest crowd In the history of
the game here. -:
ICld .OKcPartlattd ~lh New Yorir lightweight,
who has not done much boxing to speak of in
nearly two years, is to. return to the' ring.
According to dispatch received from Buf
falo, McPartland has signed articles to box
Matty Matthews, his old opponent, before the
Industrial Athletlo Club. Fort OSrle, on July
28, in A twenty-found bout The mill is for
a 'percentage, of the gate receipts, of which
75 per cent 1s to go to the winner.' The weight
is 138 (pounds. The last, time the pair met
McPartland knocked Matthews out in One
Cornelius Vanderbilt sailed his racing yacht
Rainbow at the finish of yesterday's race at
Newport and sent her across the line one
minute and ten seconds ahead of August Bel
mont's Mineola. It was the second race in
which the Ratnbow has taken part this sea
son The Mlneolaand Yankee have met sevr
eral times, and the .Mineola until yesterday
had not been beaten:
In the schooner class the Elm.lna won again,
but the Mufiel made a hard -fight all over
the course.''-- ''-'' - .
The two sixty-footers, Neola and Weeta
moe. met again and this time the Neola won.
She beat the Weetainoe by one minute and
thirty-one seconds, and the Humma one min
ute and thirty-two seconds.
In the Buzzard's Bay class of thirty-footers
the Mashnee, owned by R. W. Emmons, fin
ished first and Archibald Rogers' Wahtawah,
the winner yesterday, was second. The New
port thirty-footer, Esperenza, owned by C.
H Havemeyer, Jr., won again, and the
Wawa, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald" Brooks on
board, was second.
The Town and- Country club's golf team
played the Milwaukee Country club on the
links of the latter organization. to-day. Mil
waukee was short two of Tier crack players,
Allan Hlbbard and Hamilton Vose, who are
playing in Chicago. Three matches will be.
played between the two clubs this season.
Last year Milwaukee won two out of three,
and the year" before Town and Country took
the odd match. v
. CYCLINGL v"
The N. C. A. grand circuit, in which, by a
system of point scoring, will 'be decided the
professioanl short distance. championship of
America, wiU begin at Revere. Mass.,: July
12, and conclude on or about Sept. 16.
Following are the-July dates:
July 12, Revere, Mass. July 16, New Haven,
Conn.- July 17, Providence, 1R. I. July 19,
Atlantic City July '21, Pittstirg July 23,
Washington, .D. C- July 24, Baltimore, Md.
July 26, Vailsburg, IN. J. July 29, New Ha
At the Atlantic C.lty -meet, July 18, the one-
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper, will be pleased to
learn that-there .Is at least one dreaded dis
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its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Ca
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th e medical Catasrw h
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thereby destroying the foundation Of the dis
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building up the constitution and assisting na
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Hali's Family Pills are the best. - - - - :" .
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OTHER SPORTING NEWS
Some of the 'best swimmers in the country,
including Wenck, Rniberl, Sehaefer and
Spencer, will compete in the A. A. II. swim
ming championships at the summer home of
the New York A. C. at Trovers island to-day,
There will foe three series of races between
this time and Oct 1, at which time A. A. U.
medals will be awarded.
The annual cricket snatch between elevens
representing Eton and Harrow begaqa at
Lord's grounds at London yesterday.
Eton won the toss and went to the wicket,
but their stay was signally short. By lunch
time they (were all out for 72 runs.
At the close of the day's play Eton, is their
second inning, had scored 96 runs for 1 wicket,
Tommy Crooks, well known as la boxer and
athletic (manager In the middle west, was
drowned in the flooded district at Dea Moines
"Viewed externally," says Dr. Dick,
"it's a 'Red Raven. Taken internally, it's
a iblrd of pardlse."
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Short Lines. It Is the world's moat luxu
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Chicago Union Station dally at 5:30 p. m.,
arrives New oYrk the next day for dinner.
Arrangements for e trip on It may. be
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H o m e i e e k e n ' T i c k e t s t o t h e W e r t .
Homeseekers can buy excursion tick
ets via' the Great Northern Railway, to
points in Manitoba, Montana, Washing
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the round trip on first an dthlrd Tues
days of July. August, September and Oc
tober. , ' ' - ' - ' " ' _
Call at Great Northern c i t y - ticket
office. V. D- Jones, C. P. & T. A., 800 Nic
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Not one in twenty are free from some
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Wm. A. Badger Co. -write insurance for
life, burglary, fire, personal accident and
employer's liabilityall kinds?426 An
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The Pioneer. Limited.
Via the -Milwaukee carries
Private compartment sleeping cars.
Sixteen-section sleeping cars,,
' Buffet library smoking cars,
splendid dining ars( , *
Latest coaches with fcigfe back seats,
Vestibuled, steam heated and electric
Berths in sleepers are longer,, higher
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Great Northern Railway sells home
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to all points West, Including Montana aqd
the round trip on the first and third Tues
days of July, August, September and Oc
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PROPOSALS FOR FUELOFFICE 'OF
Chief Q. M., Sjt.: Paul, Minn., July 11, 1902.
Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be re
ceived at tiiis ofSce, or at following named
poets until 11 a. m., July 31, 1902, for fur
nishing such additional-wood and coal, dur
ing tine fiscal year commencing July 1, 1902,
as may be required at Forts Assinnibqine,
Harrison, Keogh- and Missoula, Mont. Fort
Shelling, Minn., and Fort-Yates, N. D. Blank
forms of proposals with full instructions will
be furnished On application here, or to quar
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reserves the right to accept or reject any or
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