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ttca!Zit& rf- t j. i - -,--'?--- - - -,-.,--- THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, MAY 31. 1901'. ST I i i f !f M i. - r r' - ?t- f Eg urn f fi" The Sunday Republic For Next Sunday, June 2, You will Had lathe Magazine, Charmingly Written, a chapter on the Clothing of nen this year what it Is, and what It Isn't, and what It ought to he. There's a stunning page In color with this. MSS. by SENATOR TIIOMAS FIELD the former a POLITICAL FORECAST, the latter EARLY and ORIGINAL POEM. RAILROAD SYSTEM OF AUSTRALIA a capital article by that most entertaining writer, FRANK CARPENTER. It will have with it some new and well-timed photographs, distinctly printed. Must make the acquaintance of THE SKELETON FAMILY a funny lot, who are about to introduce themselves by way of the comic section. Next Sunday's Republic. Of the administration pictured in CAPITAL PHOTOGRAPHS. Something about them, too, very interesting for the reader who would know something of WASHINGTON OFFICIAL SOCIETY Is he? Wrhat well-known and HIGHLY RESPECTED ST. LOUISAN is a character in FAMOUS FICTION? Read' the story and see the pictures in next Sunday's Republic. WOMEN of the great Southwest will be PLENTIFULLY PIC TURED in next Sunday's Republic stunning half-tones of ad mirable subjects. You know that the Sunday Republic's fashion designs COME STRAIGHT FROM TARIS made there by a staff artist sent from St. Louis? Th'ey are NEWER, BRIGHTER and MORE RELIABLE than any other fashion pictures appearing in news papers. They cannot be found elsewhere. COLORS. Of the remarkable adventures of THE PRINCESS CHIMAY in next Sunday's Republic. Pictured effectively. STORIES A page of CHOICE FICTION. Page G of the Maga zine. Every line readable. who always shoots In the same squad with Mr. Griesedieck, missed four or his birds. Tramp Irwin, who has been forced to shoot at targets all week owing to Ineligi bility to the State shoots, was a disappoint ment In The Republic Cup shoot. He missed Ix birds, all told, a very poor performance for the man who has been shooting from one coast to the other for many years un der the non name of "Tramp." Alex. Mermod. who, with Berkey. divides the honor of "Chief Jollier" of the shoot. fell down on his first and second birds, but killed out from that on. The remaining twenty-one entries In The Republic Cup shoot will complete their scores this afternoon, and the final will be shot off between those with straight scores at 1:30 to-morrow afternoon. REPL'DLIG Doctor Clark .. "Weston Hallowell Winchester Weber Chase Orlesedleck Sennlg Gay Howard RIehl Fcdam Daniel. Arnold Gottlieb Money O. It. Wright... Helllgensteln .. White Burnslde T.lnrferman Hubby Urucker T-amp Hall French Meimod "Walker Crcrby ,. Ttntwon Poller f Long , Ml!!.. , Itond , Field rpencer . Cirth .Tcr-n Cabanne Eerkey Tsuntet Scores. 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At 230 to-day the match for the State championship will be shot between Little and Urlesedleck.but the three men tied with them for Interstate honors will compete In the match. If cither Griesedicck or Little succeed in shutting out the others they will win both titles. Mho three who aro in the Interstate and' not the State Fhout ale the two Denver cracks. Captain Scdnm and A. B. Daniels and Mr. De Long of Hot Springs. Charley Spencer led all the target cracks yesterday with a total of 140 In three events at fifteen birds and five at twenty. He made clean scores In each of the shorter distance events and broke them all in two of tho six events at twenty "mud pies." Spencer wan closely followed by Dick Lln derman, whose total, as stated above, was 139. The scores follow: CUP SCORES. Tollll. 1 Z-tt 1 1-ZI 2 2-: 2-24, 2 l-23 2 2-21 0 222 n i-;t 2 2-21 2 2-21 : 2-2; 2 223 . 0-21 1 2-21 2 2-21 2 123 1 222 2 2-22 2 2-2J 2 H 2-13 2-21 2-1 -. 1-15 2-24 2-2.' 1-21 222 0-21 2-3 2-21 224 s-:i n-ii 222 2-21 CHICKET MATCH A DRAW. Ensllah and All-Cnmers Hail a not f'ame at Forest Park. An exciting cricket match was played at Forest Park yesterday between the English team and the All-Comers. The chief fea tures of the match were the sterling bat ting of Fletcher, (insisted by a well-played innings by Price and Carter. D. Simpson played hard-hit Innings for 35 for the All Comers, while Doctor Murray again con tributed a good 28. The game resulted in a, tie. TUB KXGLIBH TEAM. Joe Fletcher c. and b. McDonald 37 K A. Carter b. McDonald 7 y. n. Worden b. McDonald o C. O. Carter c. Pluhon. b. Trick o T. W. Hatclllle b. McDonald C F. W. Cllnck b. Trick 0 O. Tremayne b. McDonald 2 I). It. Kexton c. and l. Trick 1 W. J. Prlc not out 27 M. Clinch b. McDonald o V. Carter b. Trick 17 Totals .J02 AI.li COMEHS. If. Canfleld e. C. o. Carter, b. I A. Carter... 0 C U. Canrield b. l A. Carter 2 p. Plmrwn c. M. Clinch, b. U A. Carter 33 Dr. A. Murrav c. Cllnph h. Ylnfrlirr v. 1. Aicimnaia c 1.. warier. 11. c u. rrtr 11 ,.2S J. W. Trick c. Frlc. b. Fletchrr r rchon b. Fletcher V. Schrappa c. RatcllSe. b. Flucher. H Hesse I. b. w.. b. Fletcher V. Fisher not out llyde b. Fletcher Extras ""' Totals ...IS ,.. 0 ... 0 ...2 ... 1 ... 0 ... S ..101 nilEAK RBCORDt KILLS A MAST. John Flnnnacan Throws Hammer Thronah a Fearp. Meridan Conn.. Mar 30. The annual ath letic meet of the Irish-American Associa tion, which was held hero to-day, wa marred by an accident, which it IiHmk.m will be fatal. In the hammer throw, Johri. ;.; ".iT ' 1 . " u win wonu s recoru. threw the sixteen-pound hammer through a weight struck Henry Dlerle, a bystander, en the head, fracturing his skull. Dlerle J,iirsPmovcd..to a ifP'tal nd his chances 2r..,,fVre 'im- rhe actua' hrow to the spot where the man stood was 178 feet f inches, beating the old world's record or. nine feet. The meet was closed after the occurrence. aS Attoraer Stern InJareeL While alighting from a Vandeventer ave tiue car at Vandeventer avenue and Natural Bridge road yesterday afternoon, a. S. Btern, an attorney, living at No. KX West minster place, was struck by a car fol lowing and was precipitated to the ground, sustaining a fracture of the left leg. The fracture was reduced 'and he was conveyed to kls base. ' HIGH SCHOOL WON THE CHAMPIONSHIP. Vanquished the Western Military Academy in the Intei-scholastic Field Day After a Straggle. POWELL PROVED A SURPRISE. Manual Training School Lad Won Roth Sprint Events Handily Wiilff (Sained the Greatest Number of Points. Illsh School jills anil colors were much In evidence after the Intrrscholuitlc meet 'S tciduy aficrnomi liccausv the upcivly buncli of -ouni:sters from lh.it school curried off the chuiiuiluiiiflilii li..nutr. Thy men was hard fought from Mart to finish, iiikI. although none of last year's records were broken, the "port was the best that has been seen slnco the organization of Hit league. High .School won with a total of 431-". polntu; second, School V stern .Military Academy came with Sa point"; Mninul Training was third, with 231-S TKilnts, and Smith Addcmy wan List, with 1C1-S points. For the ilrst time in three scars the r.iln held off, and, although the crowd did not come up to expectations. It made up for this loss In rooting. The day was an Ideal ono for the excrclsts. The games worn scheduled to start at -" o'clock, and Heferce Dtlancy made no de lay In starting the first event, which was the basball throw, on scheduled time. The grand stand was tilled with a tanglfd mars of colors, as every team had a crowd of cr.thuslaslis (.upportcrs, who came be decked with long strcamera The track waB In excellent condition, nnd the time made was fairly good, but does not como up to the standard of last year's meet, as fur as the records are concerned. Manual Training School sprung the big gest surprise of tho season by Its remark able showing, nnd It looked for awhile as though Manual would bo a strong contend er for first honors. Powell was the dark horso of tho meet, and, although he ran a remarkable race In the Manual field day. It was not expected that ho could pofslbly win the 100-yard dash and the 220 in yes terday's meet, but, nevertheless, he did so, ani tho 220-yard dash was the best race of The day. Western Military Academy's showing In yesterday's meet was the best the school has ever made since becoming a member of tho league. Captain Scullln of the W. M. A. team made a remarkably good showing In the meet, winning both hurdle races In clever style. High School practically won Its field day with but two men, with the exception of I!oothIT. who picked up a first in the half mile. Sleber and Wulft made a remarkable showing in the meet and Sleber scored a total of fifteen points, while Wulff scored sixteen, making a total of thirty-one points out of the forty-five and one-third scored by the team. The records made In the trial heats which wcte run off Tuesday stood good In yes terday's contests unless the athlete could better his iccord. Smith Academy's poor showing In yester day's meet can hardly be accounted for, as tho red and white team was thought to have n good chance of winning first hon ors, or, at least, making a better showing than It did. The Smith Academy team was unable to score a first. Its iKjlnts being picked up by seconds and thirds. Itcfcrec Delnney Is to be congratulated for the manner in which he conducted the meet, as it took him e.ixctcly two hours and a half to run off tho fourteen events'. Jlverlody remarked nbout this feature, as the Held days in St. Ixiuls are generally so long that the crowd seldom remains to the end. As soon as one event was finished yesterday the men were Called out for the next, and In this way there wan something going on all the time, and the crowd never wearies of the sport. The summaries: On hundred-yard ilnsh Powell, Manual, first; Kullene, w. M. A., second; .Sleber. II , third. Time, :14 2-S. Ilmad Jump Sleber, H., Ilrtt. 20 fret 5 Inches; Hullcne. w. SI. A.. eond. 24 feet; I'ltzman, S, third. 19 feet 9"j Inches. Eight hundred and iRhty-yard run Boothby. II., nrrt: I-nm'., II.. second; Schmllz. 8., third. Time, 2:W 3-5. Slxtcen.pound shot put Ttlcker. M., first, 19 feet 8 inches; tliillene. w. St. A., second. 2 feet; Wulff. H.. third. S) feet 3S Inchej. HlKh jump talchlnjctr, M.. first. C2 Inches; FchmltZ. 3., SSVond, CI Indus; Powell, JI Jtul ter. S., and Either of II.. tied for thlid place, GO Inches. One hundred nnd twenty- ard hurdle Seullln. W. M. A first; Itandall, It., second; I'ltzman 8., third. Time. :1S 2-5 Discus throw WulrT. If., first. 91 feet '.4 Inch Knclund. W. M. A.. scond. KC fet C Inches Nl 1CKI kerson. 8.. third. SO feet 1 Inch. Four hundred and fortv-vard dash Ilullene. Y. ju. a., nrsi; uu, v. .m. a., seconu; Ialdlrr. 8.. third. Time, :S5. Two hundred and twenty-yard hurdle Scullln, W. M. A. first: Loldley, H., second; Itodcen. S., third. Time. :2. Two hundred and twenty-yard dash Powell, M.. tint- Sleber. II.. tecond; Holland, W. M. A., third. Time, :22 3-S. Twelve-pound hammer thro-r Wulff. II., first. HI feet 2 Inches: Itandall, II.. second. !9 feet i Inches; Gloiler, S , third, 91 feet 9 Inches. I'ole vault IVulff. H first, height 112 Inches; Moore, H.. Itlchlnaer. SI., Jones. II.. and Nlck erson te,i for second nt 105 Inches, Baseball thrtrw-EnsIand. W. M. A., first. ZK feet. S Inches; Reullmclt. M.. seeond, 2 feet 2 Inches; Itlcker. M thlnl 2M fet 5 Inches. Relay race Won by IllBh School (1. Sturte iant; 2. Oray; 3, Iloothby; 4, Fleber). Time, 4.M. ju.Mons make nixonix. Trlnngnlnr Meet Kornlsbed Some Snr prlalnc Performance. The triangular track and field meet held on the St. Louis University field yesterday morning was one of the best events of Its kind ever held In this city, and marks tho most successful step that has ever been taken towards the upbuilding of athletics in St. Louis. The points scored by each team are as follows: St. Iuls University, Juniors, 4J; Marquette School. 29. and the Crow School wa last with a total of 4. Culver of the Crow School team was the star of the meet, with a record of three firsts to his credit In the sprint races. McKewon nnd Dan Dillon, both of the St. Louis University, divided honors evenly for second place, both getting two ilrsts nnd one second. The half mile was the last event on the programme. Harris of the Marquette team was conceded this event, but he was pushed out by McKewon of the university, who put up a fast sprint in the last twenty yards and won out by two or three feet. "Andy" Drew demonstrated yesterday morning that he Is one of tho cleverest lit tle hurdlers this town has ever seen. In the 120 hurdles Drew was running in fine form and had the field beaten by fully a yard, when, unfortunately, he tripped on the last hurdle and fell, cutting an ugly gash in his knee on the cinders, but man aged to finish third at that. Drew had his knee dressed, and, al though It pained him greatly and was bleeding profusely, he came out for the pole vault and won third place. One of the most Interesting features of the meet was the pole vault between Dil lon of the University and Walker of the Marquette team, Dillon finally won this event with n record of 8 feet. McKewon's record of 33 feet and 2 Inches In the shotput was another good perform ance. The summary: Prly-flve yard dash Culver. Crow School, first: Sellcsteln Marquette, second; Carton, St. Jyuis L'nUtrslty, third. Time, :osi-5. One hundred end fifty yard daso Culver. Crow School, first; nelliisteln. Marquette, second: White. Marquette, third. Time, :1S2S One hundred and twenty ard hurdle tie:ig-. lln. Mmcuette, first; Hill, 'row, second; brew, St. fuls University, third. Time. :19 4-S. Two hundred and twenty yard dash Culver, Crow, nrst: Carton, at, Lsiuis University, jmc rrd: Morarlty. t. Loul University, third. Tim.?, :3)1 C. Hread lump Dillon, St. Loula University, first; Mason Marquette, second: Walker, Marquette, third. Distance. 11 feet S Itches. ehnt.pul-McKer.on. ft. Louis University, first; Wacr.er, Marquette, second; Ilrook, Crow, third. Distance, 22 feet t Inches, ' """' Htfh jump Walker, Marquette, first; IfcKa won, St. Louis Unlteralty. second; Bain, Ht, Iyrals University, third. Height, u inches. IImmer-tt row Chambers. St. Loula Universi ty, first; Wagoner, Marquette, second; Doyle, Bt. tla university, third. Distance, C9 feet S h, Pe.le-vcult-DIUon, St. Loula University, first: Walker; Marquette, aecond: Drew, St. Louis University, third. Height, tf feet. Four hundred and forty yard dash Morarlty. VeClure. third. Time, :SS. ' .Eltt!; S,"W?d 2? elhtsr 3-ard run-McKewon. St. Louis- University, drat; Harris, Marquette! eecend; Bean, crow, third. Ttas, im. - DRANK CARBOLIC ACID IN HER HUSBAND'S PRESENCE. Richard Htiscli Sought to Wrest the Poison From IIin Wife's Grasp. She Fought ITim Off nnd Succeed ed In Swallowing the Fatal Draught No Motive Is Assigned. Mrs. Nellie Iiusch committed suicide yes terday by swallowing carbolic acid. Her husband, Richard Busch, who siw her raise the bottle to her lips nnd divined her Inten tion, grasped her hands nnd attempted to wrest tho bottle from her, but, after a brief struggle, she was successful, and swallowed tho fatal draught. Sho was dead twenty minutes later. Busch nnd his wife lived at No. 118 South Tenth strtet. He Is foreman of David SEKKS MISSINO HUSBAND -The po lice received a letter yesterday from Mrs. Mary E. Edwards of New Albany, Ind., requesting Information of her husband. O. K. Edw-nrds. whom she thinks is in St. Louis. He Is an auctioneer. JENNIE IUNGLINO FOUND-Jennle Hlngllng. 14 je.irs old. was sent to tho House of Good Shepherd yesterday on com plaint of her mother, who IIvps at No. 7M)4 South Broadway. Mrs. Hlngllng said tho girl had run away from home. Sho was found by the police nt No. 7296 Minnesota avenue. CAIN'S INJURY FATAL-John Cain of No. 4323 Laclede avenue, who fell from a second-stor) porch at that number last Tuesday, died at the City Hospital yester day morning. Cain stepped oft the porch nt night nnd fell head first to the ground. Ho surfertd a fracture of the base of the skull. CHILD FELL UNDER ENGINE-Ed-ward Llgglbel. 4 years old. of No. 311 Plum street, fell under a Missouri Pacific engine at Third and Poplar streets csterday morn ing and tho wheels passed over his right foot. The boy was plaing upon the track whon the accident occurred. lie was taken to tli (i City Hospital, where the foot was amputated. GRAND LAItCENV CHARGED Barney Magulre-, who says he lUes at No. 2014 Ad ams street, and Frank Fnhrenholi, who claims to live at No. 2213 Wash street, are prisoners at the Centra! District Police Sta tion on a charge of stealing a horso and wagon from William Sleckman of No. 101 South Fifteenth street. A warrant has been Issued charging them with grand lar ceny. MONEY STOLEN FROM RESIDENCE. Thomas Qulnn of No. 4S32 Leduc street yesterday reportid to tho police the theft of KM from his residence some time between JTluny and Wednesday evenings. The money, which consisted of 13) and J19 bills, was tied in a tobacco sack and concealed In a drawer In the wnrdrobo on the first floor. One hundred and thirty dollars, which wus In another sack, was overlooked. SCHOOL PICNIC-The Pestalozxl School Association will give Its annual picnic at Lemp's Concordia Park to-day. The com mittee In charge has selected an Interesting programme, including a GO-yard dash for the teachers. Following are the officers and committees of the association: S. A. Mat ler, president; E. G. Wnuder, vice-president; F. II. Schellenberg, secretary; A. R. Schultz. treasurer; E. G. Wauder, delegate; executive committee, J. Haar, chairman, G. P. Knopf, It. Schulz. STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL-Thn Men's Club of the Central Christian Church, Grand and Tlnncy avenues, gave an Infor mal reception and strawberry festival yes terday evening to the members of the con gregation. The officers of the club. Presi dent 8. II. Thompson, Vice President F. W. Jones nnd Secretary W. S. Campbell, ar ranged the preliminaries. A feature of the strawberry festival was that the gentlemen had asked the assistance of none of the la dles In preparing the spread. FOR EARLY CLOSING-On hundred nnd fifty members of the Central Grocers' and Butchers' Association met last night at Stcmm's Hall, No. .1101 Enston avenue, to dl?cus early closing. Those present were unanimous In their approval of the pro posed early closing, and said that they could be counted on to live up. to nn agree ment Including all the retail grocers of the city so soon as that could be generally adopted. Committees were appointed to conduct a personal canvass of the grocers and butchers. GOOD GOVERNMENT CLUB-Th regu lar meeting of the Good Government Ix-agne. Republican Club last night was well attended. Many applications for mem bership were receKed and Increased activ ity In th organization Is reported. The weekly meetings will bo continued through out tho summer. Chauncey I. FlUey mado a few remarks about the corruption of tho old City Hall gang, as uncovered by the new administration In the license depart ment nnd Register's office, and the club later Indorsed the stand of Mayor Wclto agalntt the House of Delegates combine. COMMITTEE ELECTS OFFICERS The committee of negroes chosen Wednesday night to reeve representation for the negro race at the World's Fair .net last night In the assembly room of the Forum Club at No. 2C14 Lawton avenue and elected the fol lowing officers: Walter M. Farmer, presi dent: 8, W. Parr, vice president; Doctor 1). W. Scott, second vice president; Captain O. II. Tandy, third vice president: II. II. Cole, secretary; D. H. Gordon, assistant secre tary, and tho Reverend D. 1. Roberts, treasurer. Correspondence will bo begun to rccure the co-operation of the negroes of other cities. fatalTfall from a car. Unknown Man's Skull Crushed at liroudwny nnd Viddlc Street. A man whose Identity has not been learned fell from the step of the rear platform of a northbound Broadway ear at Blddle strtet at 1 o'clock this monjlng, while attempting to alight while the car was In moUon, His head struck the granite paving with terri ble force, crushing his skull. An ambu lance was called to take him to the dispen sary, and he died in the ambulance. The police were unable to learn his name or address last night. There was nothing on his person to offer a clew. Ho was about 25 years old and olalnly dressed. He hearted the Broadway car at Olive street, having an Ollvo street transfer. The body Is at the morgue. II In the Ciiy." i -w-5VsaataaW . 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Besslo Hoffman,.who committed suicide In "Hop Alley" three weeks ago by carbolic acid, was a. schoolmate of Mrs. Busch. Mrs. Busch tried to ralso money to bujy the Hoffman woman, but failed, and the body was sent to cotter's field. Busch said his wlfo had threatened sulcldo several times since that time, but he thought she was only Joking. He does not think that the Hoffman woman's death had anythlnz to do with his wife's suicide, but ho can assign no motive for the deed, he ."ays. MERRY ROWING PARTY DROWNED IN RIVER. Five Younc Ladies and Two Boys the Victims of Folly One Youth Was Rescued. Philadelphia, May 20. A rowboat, con taining a merry party of eight young per sons, was swept over Flat Rock dam In the Schuylkill River this afternoon, and seven of them live girls and two boys were drowned. The victims, all of whom were Phlladelphlnns, were: MASIE KENNEDY, aged 1. MAUD RUTTER, aged 19. FLORENCE DINS.MORH. aged 19. MAMIE SULLIVAN, aged 21. FLORENCE BOND, aged 21. BERTRAM OSMOND, aged 1. ROY PICKER. The young man saved Is John Moore, aged 2L Tho party was) composed of members of thn Elm HAnlnl rrlnh , nr .,.. ....,-..- " . w.u... w.. Ml .lie IIUI(ICIVU, associations In tho city, orgnnl7ed for the .. u...Uwv vi lunula uiiu uiuer social junc tions. The above-named persons organized a picnic for to-day. They embarked In gayly decorated wagons early this morning and pitched their camp on the northern out skirts of this city. The party split up after dinner, and those above mentioned agreed to go for a row on the Schuylkill River. Recent rains had put tho river at high-water mark, but the LADIES' BOLERO SHIRT WAIST. Many of the new fancy shirt wnlsts dis play the bolero effects which arc so opular at present. The Illustration shows one of the most approved modes developed in blotting-paper blue feulard. It Is mounted on n glove-fitted lining which cloes In the center front. The back Is smooth across the shoulders and drawn down close to the belt with slight fullness In the center. The fronts are gathered at the neck and 8342-LADICt' BOLERO SHIRT WAIST, 32, 34, 34, 38, 40 and 42 inch bust. wnlst, forming n blouro over the nrrw velvet lelt. The short boleros are decorated with small Ince rrvrrs. Stitched bunds of foulard trim the laco collar, which closes In the center bnck. The bishop sleeve fit the arm closely from shoulder to elbow, the lower edge be ing adjusted on a fancy pointed wristband. Dainty waists In this stylo may be made of challls, taffeta, albatross or nun's veil ing. It Is nlso appropriate for wash fabrics, such as lavtn, dimity or percale, Tho full front or boleros may bo of contrasting ma terial nnd the waist made with or without a lining, ns preferred. To mnke thn wulst In the medium slzo will require two yards of thirty-six. Inch material, with three-eighths yard of fancy material for trimming. The pattern. No. KHZ. Is cut in rlzea for a HZ, 31, V, ZX, 40 and n Inch bust measure. Any one wishing the latent style patterns maj obtain tliein by call ing at ROOM 20, Second Floor, Re public Baildbg, Beventb. and Olive. mm I fit w- i THE RKFUflMC I'ATTEHN COUPON I FILL IK NAME ANU ADDItEHH. i NO, B42, Tit sure to give age, name and ad- i dress, and mall with 19 cents to TUB ' PATTKRK UKI'AHTMBNT OV THE i RBPUnUC. No. 8342. Bilrt measure .Inches. ; ' Name ., ..,,i ,,,,,,,,,,,,,..., ' Address .. .,...,., ..,.,,, .....,. i .,..,,,,...,,...,.,,, . unfortunate party Immediately put out to the center of the stream, where thp current was swiftest. As they approached the locks a quarter of a mile below, the oarsman of the party decided to go through. He was hailed by the lockkccper, who warned him not to approach nearer. The warning was not heeded, and, when he was within fifty feet of the darn, the lockkeeper again shouted to him not to try to go through. The boy then attempted to turn his) boat. The swlf: current resisted his efforts, and the girls in the boat, becoming alarmed, began to scream. The boy lost his head and In n, few seconds the Injat and Its crew, all standlnir un. went over the dam. The boat struck the water bottom up. and. not one of the Ave girls ever appeared to sight. The one boy who was wived floated fully half a mile downstream be fore he was rescued nearly ready to give up from exh.iuntlon. Chamlaadr Club Meets. About l.T) guests were In attendance at the open meeting of the Chamlnade Club last evening at the Cnbannc Club. No. VX Cab anne avenue. Doctor II. G. and Mrs. Nicks gave the entertainment. A programme pre pared by Mrs. H. B. Gardner, president of the club, and Mrs. J. V. Wood, was ren dered In the parlor of the club. Among tho numbers were nn Instrumental duet by Miss Cora Fish and Mrs. T. W. Maybrey, and a vocal duet by Mrs. II. B. Gardner and Mrs. J, W. Wood. Miss Luelln Ling sang n soprano solo, her so.ectlon being from "Cavallcrla Rustl cana." Refreshments were served. The Chamlnade Club is composed of West End society women. The meeting of last even ing was one of the open ones which are held semiannually. The officers of the club are: Mrs. II. B. Gardner, pre-sldent; Mrs. A. K. Stewart, vice president; Mrs. J. T. Garrett, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. T. W. Mabrey, recording secretary. China SHU tVstda In Silk. Washington, May ' 30. China still easily leads the world In the production of raw silk. Europe ranking next with nbout half the production of China, and Japan making a clore third. In 1339 the exports from China were 16,9SM43 pounds, and from Japan 7.S03.O3 pounds. The entire produc tion of Kurnpe was only t,Hi).(l7T pounds, divided as follows: Italy.fi.814.v70 pounds; France, 1.231.576 pounds; Austria-Hungary, C03.47O pounds, ana Spain, 171.DD pounds. RAILROAD TIME-TABLE. IT. LOTJIS Arrivals and Departnrea of Trataa at I'alon Statlaa. Dally. ttSatunlay and Basilar Dally except Sunday. only. zSumlay only. I'Except Monday. ttaaturday only. "Dally except Saturday. DIG FOUR. LAKE SHOHFX NKW TORK CENTRAL AND HUDSON ltlVEIl. BOSTON AND ALBANY AND CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILVTAT. Train. Depart. Arrive. Indianapolis Expresa f?:22 am 520 pro. New York and Boston Lim ited t:2am ejjtjpnj Knlvkertocker Bperls! New Tork. Boston, Washington. Unltlmoie. and Philadelphia... ltrtt) m :4ps Uattoon and Alton Accommo datlon t3pm J:Mpra Doston, New Tork. Cincinnati. Washington. Baltimore and . Philadelphia t:0ptn T:Isbs Allon-Leates 1Q:30 a. m.. S:4S p. m. Arrives t:C a. m 1:45 p. m. Saturday only leans 1:60 p. m.. arrives 4:3) p. m. RURXISUTOX R01TE-UHI05 STATION. Train. Depart- ArrlT. For Hannibal, H. a gt. J. Solnta. yulncjr. Keokuk and . urllnston liSitm tMtm Local to Hannibal 19m t:20 pm For Qutncy and North t4am tt:5tpm For 6i. Paul, Minneapolis, via. East Blda lines, Illinois and Wliconsln 1:11 ara '4:51 pnj The. IIurllngton-Nortiiern Pa cific Express, for Kansas City, Ht. Joseph, Northwest Nebraska. Black Hills. Wyo ming, Montana-Washington, 1'ugct bound, Portland and OrifVOn i ." 9M am lilnm Tv.ln city Express, for Mlnne- apous. St. Paul and Iowa.... 1:06 pm 2:10 pra Ihm Nebraska-Colorado Ex press, for Denver, Colorado, Utah -and Pacific Coast, via St Joseph t.-OSpm CStpm Ilcat In Iliirllnrtnn 7f40nfn i &S am Kor Northern Iowa, 8t. faul and Minneapolis ;:4pra .Ctam For Illinois, ila East Side line io jiock island and Clinton. la. ":zi pm -:nam For Dtrtmo,ue and La. Ctosse.. : pm 111:10 ara Kor Kansas City. Council Wi.tls. Omaha, St. Joseph, Denver, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah anil Peelfl,- fa eiflnm tT'Sim lVe-al from Hannibal 11:00 am ror Alton Leave TM a. m., dally; 131 a. ra., dally; 11:00 n. m.. dally. 1.30 p. m i&tarday oaly; l-.f) p. m.. except Daturday and Sunday; S:t p. m., except tunday: l:Si p. m dally: 7:K p. m., daily; 8:21 p. m.. dally. CHICAGO. I'EORIA ASD ST. LOUIS RAILWAY (C, P. at ST. L.) Train rienert AerfM Peoria. Tekln. Grafton and Chouteau Slough '1:14 am sjaipm Fnrlnglleid and Orafton Mall t4:Spm l:5Sni Chouteau Slo'ish and Oration. tt:13 nm ttt:'A art Ssrlncfleld and Grafton :: pro 10 S6 am COTTO.V BELT. W. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAT ) Train. lien, irH Arkansas and Texas Exprers la niimarck and Delta) 1:9) am t:lipra Arkansas and Texas Fast Mall ina lilimarcK and Delta) 1:17 pm 7:09 am V., II. ST. L. RY. (Hesserus Roate.) . Aapaxi. Arrive. Fast Mall Owensboro, Clorsr ..port, Lcuistllle and the East, lot am I:ltra Eastern Express owecsboro, Cloverport. Loulivllla and th East t:ig pm Tai am IRO.t XOUHTAIX ROtTB. Traln. Dapart. Arrlrs. Texas Fast Mall, to Llttla Rock. Texarkana, Dallas, Fort Worth and Abilene.... 1:S am 1M pm Delta. Columbus and Cairo Express 1:10x01 lUipm Fast Day Express. Hot Spring. Dallas. Fort Wortn. Austin. San Antonio. Houston and aalteston 2:21pm iJSpal St. Lcula and Hot Springs Expreis laopm :lSam Texas. Mexico and California Special Dallas. Fort Worth, El Paso. Lna Angeles. Gal veston. San Antonio and La- .redo ,. 1:15pm 73ism Memphis Express S:r7 am l:09am FOURTH BTREET ANf rnOUTEAU AVENUJS STATION. De Bote and Bismarck Accom modation ., tOpm tsm ILLINOIS CEMTRAL. 5orthera Llaes. Train. Depart. Arrive. Northern Illinois Express Springfield, Freeport aad Du- buque 7-41am 1:lsLi Feona and Springfield 113iara n-.yicm Chiracs Daylight Special 11:30 mm ? :24 pm bprlngtleld Accommodation 4:Spm I0:Mam Chicago Diamond Special 1:10pm Trttam Southern Llaes. Trabi, Deptrt. Arrive. Paducah Mall and Express Murphrxlioro, Carbondale and Marlon 1:wim IMvm New Orleana Fast Mali-Cairo. 'ta tlerapnls. Jackson, Tenn., and Texas Kxpreas; Nashville, At lanta and Jacksonville IJtanj TrMpm phis and New Orleans 1Mm ejiUpm HAJpm tll:JJam ;4:fcpmll.-ttam Acr-ominuuauon Murpnysborq. Marlon. Cairo, Sparta and Chester Accommodation Murphysboro. Miiiun nno inai springs.,,. New Orleans Limited Cairo, Memphis: Dili Flier. Nuah- Mile, Atlanta and Jackson ville... .... ..,,, 10:i;pm l:ain ST. I.OUIS-l'KOItlA I.I.SJE. (S. C, P. A HU .) ST. I,., K. C. t C. R. R. , "HT. IJUIS LINE." Train, Depart Arrlv. rneillatt points 1:14pm i:2eiasa Sunday Hreelal-Gtrald. Mo., " and Intermedial polrts 14:;: am 1:00 nm Accommodation leaves Vandeventer Avenue t 4J.43 a. m and Foryrth Junction at :10 a. m., for Union and Oerald, Mo , and all Inttrmnllata points. tDilly eicept Sunday.) ""meoiaie CHICAGO, ALTO AND ST. I.OCU av, Train. Depart. Arrir. Alton Limited for Chicago I.ivarn ?: JIl I'eorln.Alion Limited ...:.. liijJIm V1 Clilcar.0 I'alace l..r.s. ,,,,,, 1rtm lla'iin Chicago Midnight Upectal .11:47pm eiiaTaa. Chicago I'ralria Ktata Elpress,l:01 fm ItZiiS Alton Aecommodaiion ..,'. t:J4pm tJoSaS. Kansaa city Limited iv:lo pm !S!IS 1rtgm 1:11 ra Tli Capitol City "riyer Springfield Accommodation.,, 1:09 pm ItiMam Sprlngneld lw 1:4aaa . 'PB JsOionvilla Accommodation... t:opsa tMitVaai Train "' ' "W "' " ancfnnatl, Loulsvlllf, Wash. Dn- "1ts, ington, nalilmore, I'hlladel- blila and New Trk tTiprsaa, 1:11 am 11'Uim Cfnclnr.atl. Louisville, pitta- '"mm "-Mpm urx, Washington, lialtlmora, rhlladeiphla and Hew torlt Fat Mall 1:Bm T-aiaa Cincinnati Aacommndatlon t7:Mani 4T5!5 Cincinnati, 1mlsvlll. Pitt. ' '" TlJipsj burs, Washlngp.n, Balllmor. FMIa-lslphla and K Tark Hoyai inn umltad. Flora Accommodation Flora Accommodation ,, We.t nadsa anl Freseh Lick t am l:il pm l:am lOpai Springs, via Memoa ; noste..,. OVTMBMK RAILWAT. ' ST. LOUIS-LOUISVILLE LINKS. LrJiVvTll. JCspraa.-C.ntra.ta. n- Mount V.rnon. Mount Car- ml. Frtnrelon, r Loulsvlll., Washington, l'hllsdeiphla aad Nw York IMtin l-Mfwa Mount Vernon Accommodation, Mat am ttiSaS! florlda Limited Io lmMVille. vm fsm Lexlngtcn, Kncxvl.l and Arhevllle. N. C; Chatta nooga, Atlanta and JacBgoa- slt Wsiskmi ............sgisKaaa Y4iMi M'KINLEY WEAKENS ON PROTECTION. President Acknowledges a Change of Heart Toward an Honored Itcnuhliciin Policy. t Montreal, May 30. Speaking at a IuncheosV ' tendered In his honor to-day, M. Jules Sleg. fried, the French statesman now visiting, this country, said President McKInley tofcl' him In a recent Interview that he was rtf1 longer an ultra protectionist. The United states had reached that perloi, In lis history when it became necessary fa" go out in tho world and secure markets, arJ tho necessity for heavy protection hat! largely disappeared. - FATAL FIGHT OF NEGROES. Davis Campbell Hhot by James Dor sy on Wash Street. Davis Campbell, a negro, 25 years old, of No. ZWB Atlantic street, was shot and kluetV last night by James Dorsy, also a negro, oft No. 1324 Wash street. The phootlng oeej curred In the yard in the rear of Dorsy'a? home, and tho c.iue- Is said to He In thai allegcel abuse of Dorsy's mother by Camp-'f i Ml. 3,1 Mrs. Dorsy, who was under arrest last '4 night, said that Campbell had struck her early In the day, that she told her son, and that the latter met Campbell as ho entered the rear yard about 8 p. m. Campbell struck Dorsy, whereupon Dorsy drew a re volver and fired. Campbell wus taken to thaj City Hospital, where he died at 11 p. m. TIME. FRISCO use. Train- Depart. Antra. Accommodation... t7:w am fMJfas Accommodation... tJD am a:Masa Valley Park Val e PrV Valley Park Accommodation. 1:00 an fl:sa Texas and Kansas Hall, for Carthage. Joplln. Wichita. Dallaa. Gainesville and Fort Worth i . 1:ajn trMtm Faclflc Accommodation , tl :10 pm tit 3 ass aiier panic Accommodation... Tl:pm t.4Saai Valley Park Accommodation... tta pm 4t-4pta Pacific Accommodation t :24 pm tTtttaas Valley Park Accommodation... Haspm t7MBSg Texas Limited Oetlbuled). for Eureka Springs, Fort Smith, art Dallas. areenvllla, nnls. Corslcana. Houston. Oalreaton. Austin aad Saa Antonio Iwsa : western Exm-ess. for VInlta. inIson. Sherman, Oklaho ma. Carthage Joplla. Wlen Ita. Burrton and the West.. ,1M era TditM Ze, at H. B. It. Southern Limited ttlipia. l:Msaa Fast Uall-Eranavtlla, Nash Ttlle. Birmingham. Mont gomery. Chattanooga. Atlan ta. jioDiie. j,-w urieans ana, Jacksonville. Fla, .'.!: am "MS saa vllle. Nashville. Birmingham. Mobile. New Orleans, Thom arvllle, JacksoarlPe. Patat- xa. ocsja and St. Petersburg. Fla. t:SSpm 7dsal MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAT. Train. OesarL ArriTa. Fast Mall !: t:nam tlMpm Local Express Idam tMvm vay t.ipress, Hanaaa city, Pueblo. Denver. Salt Lake City and San Francisco am HM pat Washington Accommodation.... tirXpm flMmm Bt, Joseph. Joplln, Wichita aad Kansas Limited, dally tnSpm nasam Kansas and Colorado Express I0:10 pm Tas am Crave Coeur Lake trains Saturday and Sunday leave Union Station at !:) a. m-. 1:U a. m, ilOfJ p. m.. il-ji p. m..nno p. m. LeavaS Tower Grave Station Saturday and Stsaday at 12:44 p. m. H:n a. m.. 9:1J a. ra.. M. p. m., t4J p, a. Oak Hill trains leave Union Station at f(:4S a, m . tl:l a. m.. 15:00 p. ra. and t:20 . ra. Klrkwood trains leave Union SUtlon at fTM is., n.-w y. m.. t:iv p. ra. ana rs:z p. sm. Leave Tower arav station at Til JO a. m. ower Grave station at ' Dally. tExcept Sunday. ISunday mly M., K. Traln. at T-e"THE KATTs Depart. Arrtra, J.fferaon City. Colombia, Booa- viiiv, oeaaiia. rorx bcoti. Indian Territory and Texas Kiprea. 1dam.aaaai The Katy Flyer" for Dal- las. Fort Worth. Houston. Galveston, San Antonio. Mexico City and Intermedi al, points IJlpm T:Jasa Jefferson Otr. Columbia. Uoonvllle. S?alU. Kansas. Indian Territory and Texas Exprea. ni:pra tMum Missouri, Kansas. Indian Tr- rllory and Oklahoma Flyer, taipm fafaM MOBILE AND OHIO. Southern Special eflifam .J.'i St. Loul, .fid Florida Llmltrt '.." H&jm ft- Loula and Florida Limited 1:40 pm iSS Murphysboro. Sparta. Chaster - and Percy Acccramodatloa.. fJpm flltsss T. LOUIS AXD HAKlf IBaL. " Bnnia, Cor.lcana. Austin. Saa Dmmtu "" Antonio, Houston and Ual ynioo tMvm 7diaaai Wotern Express, tor VInlta. "m "s"" Denleon. shermax, Oklaho ma. Carthage. Joplln, Wlchl ta. Murrton and th Wxt....MMpra Tdiasa T. LOUIS MERCHANTS' BRIOQB AMIt TaCRMIKAL RAILWAY SVBOaUUa aaajaaat BBbaavibgs. Eaatbouad Laave Eighth aad aratlot nun except Sunday, 434, TTl, lOtTt-iC ttSL. uSft m.; UMi. IMS, 2.4. :, i fslt iWatt Saturday and Sunday oniy-ii-tl 7-? la&aS ..J"'' i Washington avenue, except rjuSdar. 4L Jai. 7:41, l. 11M. Uaz a! m.; liSitt J5 VUfi S.:.1t,3 ". m- "atVtVday aai'itaMtar a tvestbouno Leave Granite CItr wgmttt ..ni.. a4?.',!' J" .. :&!hS& M ti. m. l:vs, CO) p. m. -., milu-.u. fj, WM a. BJ.l TOLEDO, ST. LOL'M A.fD WEmBaT. Train. (Ckrrer Umt Rwil "Th. Commercial Traveler" "" ) Indlanap-j'ia, Toledo, liudale ana w lorg eiisH e- - Iluffalo and New Tork BsprV.; 3S S iSSS Itamf.y Accommodation....." .gj JS 33 12 . VAMDALIA I.I.11C ri.,iiiniljtAniA UNEfl WRIT a mm UVnu-VVNSHtLVAMlA HAtUXOAV. Train. Train. No., 20 mnA 1 Mat-. ' aOtaV. l'hllaaIhhiu lim-aw.-. 1 ar.,1 "it. a... 1"" "V'--"V"' r "V iZuln:'JZ,"."-K? ffSai'.L- ,:slam 1:t 'fJ r.r - --" "- " va - 1:04 am IsWam Ciprtm uu pm 7iuS a ........mem -j-t, New l?ori I j,.'.'.'i' '" "f 'J SfB v0.,n,?lH,i, !?d ' i'sJWat ' In; .anapolia and Hsw Vora a.xpr.aa ,.ins .,.. Fast Mall ... " "iiiE" !!! 1'aii'Aineilcan k,i. ','"""" ",!!"! .! UuRalu ajuiaaa .."""" -T.'"? !? "H?S .. -iiHim itiMam .. u.pm 1:w'm WABASH, Eastera Llaaa. Continental Limited Iiftrolt. "'rt' eWHraj Niagara rail., liuffaloV iv.w totk and iJvston los.m - Tolado, Dttrtiii. Niagara yalu "m 1lsi liuffaki, N.w York god lx"i. tvn. capns. , ,,,,,. sum. ,n . ..Fast Mall ,,,,,,.,,,.... fliigaM B.,aaM Midnight Mffllltq-uVlVuliV ",",M " HuSalo. New Tork and Boi- , CfcUaaja Lla., " nm Kaaaaa CMr liit Trais. nanaaa t.ny Bgpins.,,, .-.' Kansas City Foal Mali "... .... m.'iSJSJ fS"2 Kc-,,ygu-,..::3;ap its I'atleasbMrg Kspriss ,,,. a.ouam '- Canooa aUH-Onaaa ...!," I iswbat rlSJ2 Oltumwa aad 1ms Molsaa UVV "m""imm Pross .'., ,,,,,,,,,. saaaBSB aaHM Ofiumwe aai ts itolsaa Lira. """" - fiMsta lilt a.. IstsMl Tralas. Wst aamy ulaf Idaaaml - -- V&Sff&EEE&siWE sHshtwbtM Tvaiaa. hasaaaii Ti ' WMHw. KJW2J """WlSSS Hid'iH "-- -----w-t(tvlVM.. i-f-im ratmrnaTH ' FweK.;.Til,,;v.Y;"i:ia. "m jii. Missi Stalloa- M. Chans. !,,,,, f, ,MS ' .(, ,(M,,ft,t fj " imm fj M, I,,,,, Mflf inn H st. caanaf sivivasiva lirldg.ion Kmloeh Hark ft t if t itttttf nt lfMHttttf(tftf -VVaUPOW lllflfVIIIMfltl t t'flM5 ""tlllimmiill m 'nan iiU '!: r Ui i'Wi'i fMHIiHHKiii,,,),,, . i.T.-.' ... rMt felasiSSHJSrfS. ia &.,-3j.,JZk.e.