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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY 13. 1902,
TO SAY'S NEWSJN BRIEF.
"rstcr.,i fcui.k il.ari.igs were 5T&..1X;
balances. .l'J3. Local discount rates were
firm bet -re.. ," md per cent. Domestic
exchang- v as quoted :it. lolluw..: New York.
Tr. d!i -tn: Ud. AK: ms-count asked; Ch.
cago. .A dl- c uM hid. 4c discount asked:
Cindnm-J LoulMlllt- and New Orleans, its
discount ud. 3uc uifcount asked.
"Wheat vIo?cd lower at 71c asked July.
"Sc No red. Corn cosed Sower at w-tc
bid July. k- No. 1 mixed. Oats closed at
JS?c atk-J J.'!. .- No. 2 Northern.
The iucJ market for not cotton was 'juiet
U-CAL AND SUBURBAN.
Tcsson injunction case against World's
Fair maaagemtnt to come up before Judge
Sanborn at St. I'aui to-morrow.
Band con-wt3 for downtown parks are
planned ijy Commissioner Ridgely.
Hcnr, nu-ckert. who eloped with MJ
Bertha Emlfi. had his salary raised by Us
father, v h. une:.pe.tcd: approved of the
Children to help clean the streets.
Hotel syndicate plans big building.
Kvangelist Sam Jones lectured yesterday
to a large gathering at the Pi.isa Chautau
qua, near Alton.
French fetes at Lemp's Park and Delmar
Garden to-morrow will commemorate the
tall of the Bastllc.
Archbishop Patrick A. Fceban of Chicago
jt dead, after twenty-two years at the head
of the diocese.
The Chicago railroads stand firm In their
refusal to accede to the demands of the
striking freight handlers.
The- coal miners of Illinois do not favor a
general strike In sympathy with anthracite
miners of the East. Out of the 230 delegates
to the national conference at Indianapolis
next week all but one delegate will vote
The Illinois State Conference of the Ep
worth League will meet at Nashville this
Teachers arc appointed for all the Chero
kee schools by the Cherokee National Board
of Education at Vinita.
Tafcahashl HIsaya. a Japanese, -wins high
est honors in the law collese of the Illinois
It seems certain that the death list of the
mine explosion at Johnstown, Pa., will not
A professor of the Missouri Agricultural
Experiment Station places little dependence
In diseases for the extermination of tho
chinch bug. but describes other efficacious
methods of combating the pest.
The Lake Shore's new fast train between
New York and Chicago makes a run of 4S1
miles in 4G0 minutes, stops included, and
now there is talk of a sixteen-hour sched
ule instead of the twenty-hour rate now in
Horace Lane, said to be the largest boy in
Kentucky if not In the United States, died
at his home In Ballard County. He was 15
years old and weighed 253 pounds.
Com short in Chicago try to have the
Board of Trade set a "margin price" on the
A Denver lawyer Is held prisoner for a
day by a fireman, who claims to be his
creditor to the extent of J17.0XL
A former Captain of Police In Council
Bluffs, la., commits suicide after a des
perate struggle with his wife, who tries to
prevent the deed.
New York scientists will make pictures
showing the bacteria existing In the air In
certain sections of the city. By means or
the photographs It is hoped the Health De
partment will be able to regulate the condi
tion of the atmosphere. Just as It does the
state of the water consumed by the city.
A cablegram was received by Santos-Du-mont's
representative In New York, stating
that he -would sail for the United States on
The funeral of Rhodes Clay, wha was shot
by Clarence Barnes, took place yesterday at
The engagement of Bishop Henry Potter
to Mrs. Alfred Clark of New York City was
A syndicate composed of New Tork mil
lionaires Is back of the scheme to equip
the Brooklyn bridge -with movable slde--walks.
Congressman Joy of St. Louis was thrown
from a vehicle at Hot Springs, Va., and so
severely injured that his physicians express
fear at Els condition. Several ribs -pere
broken and it is thought he was internally
At Chicago the St. Louis Browns again
lost by a score of 7 to 4.
The Cardinals shut out Brooklyn by a
score of 3 to a
Helen Print won the Gasconade Stakes at
I Delmar yesterday, but' was disqualified on
account of a bumping match in the stretch.
The close race for the pennant in the
Three-I League has called much attention
to the superior playing of these ambitious
The United Sfala-j steamer Ranger sails
from Panama to investigate the actions of
the insurgent. General Herrera, the United
States Consul acting as bearer of terms of
Lord Kitchener's return to London was
made the occasion of a great popular ova
tion to the man who Is regarded as Eng
land's fln,t soldier and Is referred to bv
the newspapers as "a great asset of the
Empire." The Prince of Wales and other
members' of the royal family received the
General at the station and accompanied
him to the metropolis. He was attired In a
The movement for investigation of the
'"rustication" of the cadets of England's
training school for soldiers Is gaining
strength, and threatens to destroy th little
popularity left to General Lord Roberts.
Tarls dandies are reviving the fashion of
wearing steel waistcoats.
The announcement that the coronation
will take Place about the middle of August
has resulted in a rearrangement of all
coronation plans. Society is keeping up 'ts
whirl of entertainment's
Mr. and Mrs. Whitelaw Reid have planned
a busy two weeks. Including a trip to Scot
land, berore their, itturn to the United
States, about the 27th of this month.
The conduct of young King Alphonso of
Spain has occasioned apprehension in Ma
drid, and had resulted In complete estrange
ment between the young monarch and the
Queen mother and many members of tho
court. He Is reported to have insulted his
mother frequently, and to have become a
veritable tyrant associating with coarse
characters and indulging in debauches.
Many Irish farmers fear a repetition cf
the famous famine, because the blight has
attacked the potato crop.
Mont Pelee and La Soufrlere are both
again in violent eruption.
The Vatican Is trying to take advantage
of the Philippine negotiations to establish
permanent diplomatic relations with 'he
New York; July 12. Arrived: La Tou
ralne. from Havre.
Liverpool. July 12. Arrived: Lucanla,
Hamburg. July 12. Arrived: Columbia,
from New York.
Queenstown, July 12. Arrived: Celt!:.
tram New York.
Southampton, July 12. Arrived: Roen
tgen Louise, from New York.
New York. July 12. Sailed: Ryndam,
Rotterdam via Boulogne: Etrurla. Liver
pool; -Anchoria. Glasgow.
Boston. July 12. Arrived: TJltonia, Liv
erpool. Glasgow. July 12. Sailed: -Austrian, Bos
ton. Bremen. July ;12- Sailed: Frederich der
Grosse. -New Tork via Southampton.
Cherbourg. July 12. Sailed: St. Louis,
from Southampton. New York.
Antwerp. July 12. Sailed: - Kroonland.
New Tork, J
jHavre. July 12. Sailed: La Savole, New
Liverpool. July 12. Sailed: Umbria, New
London. July 12. Sailed: Minnetonka.
Mobile. July 12.-Salled: Columbia (from
Glasgow). New York.
New York. July 12. Arrived: La Tou
ralne, Havre: St. Paul. Southampton and
ning Gasconade Stakes at Delmar.
HELEN PRINT WO!
UT LOST HER RAGE
Fir.st Monev in Gasconade Stakt-s
Stakes Given to Jordan, Who
WEN7KER ALSO DISQUALIFIED.
liiiiiipiiijr. .Match in Strut Hi at Del
mar Resulted in the Double
Penalty Helen Print
Was the Favorite.
As the result of a bumping match down
the stretch in the Gasconade Stakes at
Delmar yesterday Helen Print, who won
the race easily from a field of fast com
petitors, was disqualified and the race given
to Tom Hayes's Jordan, who finUhed sec
ond. Father Wcntker, who was the chief
offender In the mix-up, and who finished
third, was also disqualified and this place
given to Buccleuth, the second member of
the Hayes entry.
To Battlste on Hilcn Print may be given
the credit for losing the verdict in the race,
as. had he kipt his mount straight in the
stretch and not permitted her to swerve. i:o
cause would have been afforded for her dis
qualification. Besides getting her cut off at
each turn and badly bumrtd at the first
corner, he permitted her to swerve into the
inner rail when he had a safe margin out
the Held and was drawing away witn every
stride. Tills act resulted in her dlsqualiiica
tlon. Sambo. Buccleuth and Father Wentker
were running almost abreaEt near the rail
when Helen came with a rush on the
ouiiide. running without the whip mid
drawing away at each stride. Just as she
drew clear of the three others, who were
abreast. Father Wcntker swerved to the
outside, badly Jostling Sambo and throwing
him to one vide, while almost at the same
moment Balllste permitted Helen to cut In
to the Inner rail.
The Day's Sensation.
Next to the disqualification of the favor
ite the sensation of the day was the vic
tory of Kaios, a well-played good thing
from Gil Summers's stable. In the slx-fur-long
handicap. Kaios won a race at the Fair
Grounds recently from a Held of cheap
performers, and seemed to be outclassed
yesterday. He was made the medium of a
heavy play, however, and won as he
SL Cuthbert was never prominent In the
race, and after being carried into the lnn:r
rail and then taken around his Held. losing
much ground, the be-t be could do was
fourth. Kaios won rather easily from Ben
gal. Amlgarl should have been second ar.d
would have run Into the place with a
stronger boy up.
The third race furnished a surprise In the
defeat of Mlndora, heavily played and
backed down from even money to 7 to 10.
Off well, the favorite had no excuses, but
was cojlared at the head of the stretch and
beaten V the wire by Model Monarch, held
at an extremely long figure In the betting.
Sailor's Dream was probably the best
horse In the race, but getting ten lengths
the worst of the start proved too great u
handicap for him to overcome.
Jack Young ran a good race in the sec
ond event, captured by Helen Hay. and
would have been second at least had he
been kept further up at the start- A six
teenth from, home he seemed hopelessly out
of the race, but came like a flash under
the whip and finished a strong third. From
the rate at which he finished he appeared
capable of giving the winner an argument
had the race been a sixteenth further.'
In the closing race of the day Branch
won. upsetting another well-played favorite
In the shape of John S. Bratton's Verify,
who also failed to get a portion of the
money. Clonsllla was running strongly a
hundred yards from the -wire, and seemed
to have the race won. when Branch came
with a rush and got first money. Verify
was played down from 2 to 1 to 8 to 5.
Delmar Entries for Monday.
First race, one mile and seventy yards, pell
342 Deloratne .. ...1001 214 C-p Jones., ...14'
27S Morris Valuner.107 3Z Hurry v. mo
JK0 Hansborough ..1MI SO nSam f.i rants ..Itt
Ztt nova. M. 1021
Second race, six ani one-half furlonts. sellings
335 Chantrelle .. ..101 S3 Kva'a Darllng..11"
271 Grantor J7 l Approved .. ..10
22$ IvkiIs Wasner ..113 IW Tom Collins ..J24
... Ranco Ill 3K Fred Hesslz 1SS
SCS Ida Penxance ..117 3S Peter Dunea ..120
3M Flop 1W
Third race, one mile and seventy yards, sel!-
... Russian 101 373 Ladas 101
379 Elsie Bramble..l02 353 Sam Laianis
360 'Elsie Barnes .. S7 Esq 107
3G El Gohr 104 ... Una Price ....104
373 John Morton. ..104
Fourth race, seven furlonrs, handicap:
S Federalist .. ..
371 Four Leaf C...100
... Lenja 81
SSI The Phoenlclan.104
Sti Varro 197
377 Amlrari 85
295 Henry Bert ....112
4337) Navarlno SI
353 Lunar 107
Fifth raceT lx furlongs, purse:
... Kansas Lily ...131'
133 llalnault 107
214 Amentum .. -.102
364 Okla 105
SSS Lulu Flight 10)
(371) Ethylene 105
... Qulxada 102
176 Sambo ,.105
Sixth race, one mile and one-elahth. sclltim
367 Varner S3 270 Osmon 143
(sw) Kutv Clyde ....l 372 'Nettle Resent..
554 TIckful IM 344 Oton Clay S3
342 El Moran 10 367 Belle Stmoron ..ln
272 Josle F. 25 ... Tom Gllmore ..KS
Apprentice allowance claimed.
The Repnbllc'n. Srlectloiu.
First Race Morris Vollmer, C P. Jones, Sam
Second Race Itanco. Grantor. Flop.
Third Race John Morton. Loas. Approved.
Fourth Race Amlgart, Four Leaf C. The
Fifth Race Ethylene. Sambo. Halnault.
Sixth Race Kitty Clyde. Nettle HegenL Jo
ARGREGOR AVOJf YOCXG II.U'DICAP.
Beat Best I'le-ld of Iloraesj of All Arcs
That Has Started at Clilcaco.
Chicago, July 12. Arsregor dissipated the
idea that a hcrse cannot come from the
East a few days before a long-distance race
and win by capturing the Young Handicap
at Washington Park to-day, beating the
best field of horses of all ages that have
started In any race at the present meeting.
Argregor has been In town but three days,
hardly time enough, according to all tradi
tion, to become acclimated.
Six Shooter, winner of the Great Western,
and. as In that event, the top-heavy favor
ite, loaded with 120 pounds, was prominent
twice during the Journey. Scarlet Lily, the
rank outsider, with Helgeson up, went to
the front Immediately after the barrier Jose
and reached the stand a length and a half
to the coed, with Six Shooter. Jlmlne-
Hunter Ralne and Wild Pirate chasing her,
hea'ds apart as named.
The Lily mare added another length of
daylight between herself and the struggling
field behind her.
Rounding the clubhouse turn. Ransch
spurred Argregor up from seventh to s;c
ond position and never relinquished that
much-coveted place. The leader began to
falter a bit rounding the turn, and at the
head of the stretch she could boast of a
lead of only half a length.
Swinging for home Scarlet IJly still
showed a margin of half a length over Ar
gregor, and by dint of hard work on the
part of Helgeson maintained the lead until
within twenty yards of the wire, where Ar
gregor caught her and In the final strides
moved away from her. easily winning by a
length. Hunter Ralne. who hung a bit at
the last turn came again and raced the
Lily mare to a nose. The race was truly
run P"d the be't horse won.
Waahlnirton Tnrk Summaries.
First .race. 2-year-olds. Ave and one-half fur
longs Au Revoir. 110 (Cobum). Stol. won- Tor
J?i'' ,1S7. Bunn. 15 to 1. second: Ahof. 1C7
(W. Waldo). 23 to 1. third. Time. 1.-09 2-i Gregor
K Gold Bell, AH TlgM. Ben ChalUce? t5ur
Bessie. Foxy Kane and Clendon also ran
Second race, six furlongs, all aces Jack Jtatlln.
113 fLvne). 9 to E. won; Lerdln. 77 (R Bonner),
25 to 1. second: Colonial Girl. 101 (Blrkenrutb) 5
to L third. Time. 1:151-3. Mlrance, Duelist.
Nlckey D. and Albemarle also ran.
Third rece. the Young Hacd'cap. mile and
three-sutteenths. gross value $5,120, net to the
winner, 55.455: Argregor. 115 iRansch). 9 to 2. won;
Scarlet Lily. 34 (llelgesoa). 25 to 1. sveond: Hun
ter Ralne, 83 (BIcks). 7 to L third. Time. 2:02 3.5.
Orontas. Wild Pirate, Herxnencla. Loclen Apple
by. Six Shooter. Jlmlnez and Fancy Man also
Fourth race, mile and a halt furlcng Arena. 108
(Matthew. S to i won; Cougar, 1J7 OUasch).
Disqualified After Win
DELMAR PAHK RACING ASSOCIATION' SUMMER MEETING. July 12. Twelfth
Day. Judge. P. A. Brady: Starter. A. B. Jade. Weather clear; track fast.
First race, purse J3C0. for 3-year-olds
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I Dutch Carter ($11 S3
345 John Morton O...I 191
53 ll.-iJas id I W7
SS Ilss Gcldo )..
sio liiarai in
Ilrlsarte (7) .
Sklllman ( ..
Curd llltlock l
Mr. TImberlake il) sc I 4
r !l!i!canl Queen ). IK I 1
. .. .SaRUenav 111 t 2
. .. I'ltrt Oak 0 1 1 I
KUt'l Kft'or all l,ut Oak. Won cleverly:
b Rub -arf-r-Iutch Sl. Oirtr -a i:un.l
rkJer. Morton was well rlJiKn aw! ran a i-ooa rac-. -t. "!-" oi i-.v ..--her
rac. Carat wan 'ntrtirej llh fncral tlm: he will do tetter.
Tlrae-:iri. 24. S.. .!!,. I-!?.. 1:11. 13!..
Second race, purse COO. for 2-year-olds,
tS5 (Helen liar -
1'earl Mendal ..
Jack Touni; ....
JuUe cantrlll .
lUttle Hrltaiii I !'.) I
Start ctod. Wen eally: second dririnc. Winner. J. Huffman's b f.. 2. br Areyl-Mnl-Helcn
wa- best and won as her rider plean.1. Pearl bad lots of sreed. but stopped J c.u
ran a Rood race and -hone. ran nipwnraienl. Ooo . a nlre looker and mn "" ,t
badly, iiocrlr ridden ar.d ran a itood rac-. D looked like a contender at the ut eiKn.h. but
Mendal cct her off harr-lv. St. Vitus was tlven a very oor rkle. TostaU a a dlstlrwt btnd
ranre to her.
Time :lt, 121. 3. -45'i. lli.
Third race. pur? J301. for 2-year-olds,
e 1 4' 1
Model Mcnarch ..
iSailar- lream ....
Ulrldal March ...
'Rubt. C. Lan'tnff
1 I '
Furt SPod. Won etsllr: second CrlvlnK. Winner, J. T. Weaver & Co b. c. i by rlne
of Monaro-Pettlola. Moairrh diKplared wonderful improrement: eatne from coxhere Rnd won
as be Pleased. Mlndora displayed unuoal earlT speed, but was cut off at stretch turn and forcod
to pull up and co arcund the Held. Faiurs Dream closed fast under a bed ride and wa rroo
ablv best. Ilrldal March ran a Rood race, but atopped.
Time asi, SJ'i. S7U. :M. 1V. l-H'i-
Fourth race. Gasconade Stakes, for
lnd. HORSES. Wt. S. K 'i S S. T. Jockeri.
X2 Helen Print I 57 f 5 V 1 I' I V S' I p"jnattlte I
C3l Jordan 109 I t I t I ' t- I 14 IT O-Hrien...!
till) Father Wentker ... 1 I 1 I'Hl 2 I lh I l"i 3' IT Walsh .l
34 JSamto 10 I I : I jl I lb 4h Itale I
341 nuccleuth I 3 4 I 4h i 4 2h ! 'o-Nell !
It 1i-rolx d-Or v I 4 ? J w : ' " lit. Murphy.. I
fCl ! Little Arrow 102 I 7 7 I 7 I I I li-cully I
Start cood. Won easily: second same. Winner. J. C. Tucker : Po-'s b. f.. 2. by Antle Man
etu. Helen was jioorlr ridden: was cut eft twice by Uuccteuth and Sambo In th back suetch
and ngsln at the thre-e!rtiths pole: force.1 to pull up and ai around: she ran rait her bors-s.
hut In dolnr. so bore In and hit lJuccl-ith. vho. in turn, liore In on Croix d'Or and ?ambo; Helen
Print Has ROlnic a-ay at the time and was best. Jordan refusM to becln. but ran kind In the
last half closed Kround fast, fouled as manr horses as Helen ITlnl and was a good second,
rather Wentker had speed, but was Manse-lnx at the end. He bore out and fouled Hambo with
irrleious effect In the lat rifty yards. ambo ran a. rood rare and was a sharp contender at th
time of the foul llucrleuth ran a much-Improved ram and was sdnc well when Helen l"rlnt
fouled him. Croix d'Or had speed, tnt stopped.
Tiroe-:!J. :2?. SX'i. :45i. 1L 1J4U. 1.-27S. 1:KH.
Fifth race, purse H00. for 3-yoar-olds
Ind. HOUSES. WL S. M H B. F. Jockeys. OpenjClosej TU
251 Kaios C V 7 lis 1 V VWfT. O'Drlen . 5-3 1 -S
ri4S Ilenga! (I) 101 .1 lno 21 - 3H 2' iFauntleroy . 4 13-2 2
33 AHMrt, (3) .... so 6 nk 3 2H ink M. Tbempson S 5 2
341 .SL-Cdthtect 47).... J12, 2 . th ? 4, 4 iDale -S G-S 3-S
3C4 Doitcr CJie (i)... S2 3 Ink 7 e l", C. Ilonner .. C S 3
33 Accolade (I) 4 7 SH S S IScuIly v II t t
It4 .Velasquez to SO 5 4' 4'. 7 7 IA. W. Bookerl 40 3 21
Start cool. Won easllv: second same. Winner, fl. Fummers's t. r.. 5, by Kismet Electric
ity. Kaios was away badly and thrie Itluths behind her field to the first quartT: t'r he
went past the field In a rew strides and won pulled up. t was a brilliant performiice. Een
cat ran a good race. Amasaxl was vreakly t'dden. SL Cuthbert ran a dull race, but In keeping;
with his recent form.
Time ai4. :24H. 36i. :4S1. I:01U. 1:15.
Sixth race, purse COO. for 3-year-olds
J I Bettlnr.
Ind. -HORSES. Wt. S. K H ; 3. r. JockT- Open;ciose) PL
34S 'El Caney C) 112 ' P 4nk 3 2 l'S'ElattUU C t 5I2
35 Ometla- (f) 107 2 24 l"i 1 1 I T. Kan 7 3 3
.... Little Lnl (4) 1S 2 4' 5nk l V lale 7-2 4 T-S
SCO Swordsman IS) .... 112 3 t 3'j 4' &4 4j T.. Walsh .. -S 2 4-S
3IJ Irnls i) 1B 8 I 71 C S V ;K. Murphy... 7 2
350 Will Fay p) 100 4 3' t 2nk 4 f Mocdr 40 O 2)
341 Kunja II) 110 1 1 t 7 To 7i!(;irna I-5 -S
33C Kate Freeman (I). 105 6 7 8 8 8 I T. Q-Brlen... 15 13 3
Start rood. Won easily; second same. Winner. IL 1L Rice's ch. b-. 5. br IroquolHUde
carde. El Caney. much Improved, ran a brilliant race and wa easllj- besL Omella also displayed
vast Improvement and stuck stanchlr. tattle Lois ran a sood race. Swordsman ran to th
mark. Kunla's last race makes this one look very bad.
Time :1U. Xi. :2S. d04. 1:0J. 1:1SU. ISO. 1:44. 17.
jy Sevantb race, purse HX). for 3-year-olds
I " '- I Bettlnr.
riORSE. " Wt. S. K M S. F. I Jockeya. OpenlClosel PL
BrancB (7) ......... 107 i 7 C t lh Watson 10 I 4
fJ4I) limp. Clonsllta f7). 192 S 4'H & 44 24 R, Murphy... 7-2 ( 1-2
33 , Elsie Bramble 47). 107 7 1" 1".4 2 3no,T. Walsh ... 8 12 S-s
SOI Hl-Noc-Ker (5) ... 110 1 2a 4' 0 4 iBattlste 4 1S-5 7-5
(361) Quicksilver Sue (3) S4 ( 34 Ink tnoIScully C 10 9-2
351 (Verify (7) 107 2 S"4 Ink 3no V tDale 2 S-S S-C
3 Loa Ann (11 102 4 5h f "u I iJ O'Connor.i 4 -2 -5
321 illand U. (7) I 111 3 3 8 -I 8 t IE. Mathews.- 10 1
start rood. Won In a bard drive of four.
Brooklet. Branch, outran In early part, came fast In the stretch, saved cround in ihe turn atd
waa best. Clonsllla ran a irood race and finished resolutely. Elsie had speed, but weakened In
the-stretch run: sh Is not up to a brulstnx race. Hl-Noc-Ker mis badly ridden. Sue weakened
under rressure. Verify stopped In the rtretch run. Lou Ana ran a bad race, owlnx to cut
beels acquired In recent runaway.
Time -Ai. 4fr. -M't. :i3. IM. 1:15. lS'.
7 to 1. second. Ben. Chance. Ill (Munroe). 10
to L third. Time, 13) 2-5. John McGurlc Cbgs
wen." Lou Iiazcl,' Lady Chorister, Trebor and
Tom -Wallace "also run.
Klfth race, one mile Alard. 110 (Buchanan).
20 to 1, won. Peat. 10s (Ransch), 10 to 1. second;
Major Dixon. 100 (Hicks). 25 to L third. Time.
1:4J Colonel ltallantyne. Friedrlc and Kalrbury
also ran. Adelante finished second, but was dis
qualified. Mxth race, six furlongs Bronze King. 107
(Prior) 7 to 1. won; Rote Tree, 194 (J. Matthewsl.
2 to 1, scond; Ueyser. 105 (Lyne). S to S, third.
Time. 1:14 2-5. Tneory Brigade. Mary Moore,
Afehar, lntroductor and King Daly also ran.
". ISJVSCTIOX Wojf XEITUXE STAKES.
Mia Mitchell Won the- Pnnclieilonn
New York. July 12. Injunction, with
Shaw In the saadle. won the Neptune
Stakes for 2-year-olds at Brighton Heach
to-day. Africander was the favorite and
thexlCeene stable. Injunction and Glrn
crack; was third choice. Monte Carlo
showed the way to the stretch, where In
junction, who had been lying seventh,
moved up and took command. He won by
a length and a half, Sallmaker. the fa
vorite, being third.
The Punchestown Steeplechase brought
out a gcod fieid of timber toppers. Mary
lander made the running for two miles,
where Mis Mitchell and Rising Sun both
r4s?ed htm. Miss Mitchell won easily, with
Rising Sun secend.
Tom Kenney. with ES pounds up. won the
handicap at a mile and enc-quarter. from
C. H. Macxay's His Eminence. Burns,
who rode the faorlte. Nones, and finished
third, made a claim of foul, but It was not
Ilrlshton Ilcacli Summaries.
First race. for. 3-year-olds and jpward. selling,
one mile and a sixteenth Prince iUcblrd. lu
(Rice). IS to 2). won; Golden Cottage. 3 (J.
Daly). 8 to L second: Gibson Light. 102 (Jack
son). 8 to L third. Time. 1:48. Fonsolee. Swamp
lands. Astor and Right Aa) also ran.
Second race, for 2-year-olds, six fur!onr Gold
Money. 105 (Burns). 4 to 5. won: Prediction. 107
(Shaw). to 5. second: Decoration. 197 (T. Smith).
3 to L third. Time. 1:11. Mamarl also ran.
Third race, tor 3-year-olds and upwards, han
dicap, one mile and a quarter Tom Kenney. 5S
(Shea). 6 to L won; His Eminence. 107 tO"Oan
ncr) 4 to L second: Nones. Ill (T. Bums). 8 to
S. third. Time. 2:04 4-5. Ten Candles also ran.
rourul race, me .rpiune .! . lur -jTnr-rf
lv furlongs Inlunetlon. 117 fShawl. 5 to L
won": Sallmaker. 101 (Wonderly). 2 to L second:
Africander. 122 (Turner). 11 to 5. third. Time.
1:13 4-5. wooaiaae. oid van. Mlver nraie.
Gtmcrack and Monte Carlo also ran. Injunction
and Glrocrack coupled In the betting.
Fifth race, the Punehestown Stakes, handicap
steeplechase, full course, about two miles and a
half Miss MltenelL IM (Mara). 4 to E. won:
Rising Sun. 1 (Ray). 3 to 1. second: Kophone.
140 (Flnnegan), 4 to 5. third. Time. 5:03. I'erion.
Marylander and The Drltrr also ran.
Sixth race, for 3-year-old. one and ore-sixteenth
nHIe Reformer. Ill (Doggett). 30 to L
won: Emshee. Ill 'O'Connor), even, second: Bes
sie McCarthy. 10? (Wonderly). to S. third. Time.
1:47. Alack. Wlsendlne. Worry. Bonus and Out
sider also ran.
Peoria Drlvlnfr Clnb Races Close
Peoria. Ill- July 12. The races of the Gentle
men's Driving Club enued this evening. There
was a good crowd and exciting contests. Re-
2:16 pace Bemle Wiles won the first and second
heats, in 2n54 and 2:114. and Fred Pabst. the
third, fourth and fifth In 2:14. r::. and 2:IVi.
Mania Pierce. Pearl Sihelbert. Cycloe and Rose
bud &!so sta-ta.
2:13 pace Alloys won In straight heats In 2:15.
2:15H and 2:164. Carrie J- Josla M Selden
Wilkes also -Parted.
227 pare Young Hal won In straight beats In
2:1SH. 2:Ui. 2:21V. Jay D Little Ruck. Aero
bat, Hunkle Maid. Mary Bell and Cora also
Results at Fort Erie.
Buffalo. N. Y July 12. Results at Fort Erie:
First race, six furlongs Fessy F. won: Oorlta.
second: Oconee, third. Time, 1:15.
Second race, owners' handicap, five and a half
furlongs F. G. Wood won: Special Tax, secend;
All Souls, third. Time. Ires.
Third race, one mile Obstinate won; Chopin,
second: Rotterdam: third. Time, 1:11V.
Fourth rac. handicap, on and css-elxsta zslle
prise of the Year in Racing.
and upward, seven furlongs:
IS T. 1p!i
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3' lit. Murphy.U-S
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71 uinnlnrhARl.l 7-2 i 9'
lUttlrt- II I W
J. o-Oonnor.l 3 i
! UllKxln i S
i:. Mth-r.t S I 1-
Jtll" .....I !' -I
Iv IHancti...' S I
eeon.l rfrlUmr. Winner. J. l"l'"" h,- &,?;
th brt: h- ' without anv a"li f.'ff?J
IS I 1C4
4no'C Honner ...
S'HIT. Kane ....
T iA. Moorf ...
J U O'Connor.
1 'A.W. Bo.kerl
Ink llsttlite .
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4) I 12
2-S I M
i I 11
f T n-Urlen... 7-1
4h scuiir 10
V Penman I H
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taL Thunipsonl O
3-year-olds, one mile, $1,000 adled:
1-S I 7-S il
3-1 ill-i I 3-S
3-2 111-5 1
I 10 i T-2
12 I IS I (
and upward, stx furlongs:
and upward, one mile and an eighth:
and upward, seren furlongs:
Winner. M. C. Moore's b r. 7
by Klnc Galop
Hinsdale won; Ducaras, second: Taxman, third.
Fifth race, four and a half furlong-Lonae
won; iura F. M.. second; Night Owl. third.
Sixth race, steeplechare. short course Terry
5mr'r.?n: K,n Along, second; Sauber. third.
RranlU nt Unite.
llutte. Mont.. July 12. ItesulU:
,.Flrt race, mile and ons-elghth-Lltella won:
Rio Shannon, second. Kenova. third. TlmeJ
second race, four and one-half furlongs The.
Fg won; Mlmo. second: Lizzie Rice, third. Time.
Third race, six furlongs Nanon won: Kitty
Kelly, second: liagerdon. third. Time. 1:144.
Fourth race, mile and one-quarter Royalty
won. Tufta second: Annls Max. third, lime.
Filth race, one mile Sylui Lass won; July
Gyp. second: L Calms, thlr. Time. 1:41
rilxtb race, seven furlongs Homage won; Ala
rla, second: Flamero. thlnL Time. 128.
Seventh race, mile and three furlongs, over Uv
hurdles Sam Green won; I"oortands, second; toil!
Archibald, third. Time, W4H.
ICE.VrCCKY STVD SEWS.
Hnircin Imports a Wrll-nred Horse
Vnnderbllt Rnya Hammock.
Lexington. Ky.. July 12. H. T. Oxnard.
president of the Sugar Trust, has sold to F.
R. Hitchcock. New York- City, the yearling
bay colt by Imp Uathampton, dam Imp.
Ridicule, by Althotas, for J2.C00. The young
ster was shipped East to his new owner to
day. J. R. Haggin. the California multi-millionaire,
has Just Imported at a long price
the bay C-year-old stallion. Galveston, by
the Derby winner. Galopln. dam Hamptonla
by Hampton, she out of Feronla by Thor
mandy. also a Derby winner. Haggin
bought the horse In England from F. Cobb.
He arrived safely In New York several
days ago and will be shipped this week to
Rancho del Paso In California. Galveston
Is a half-brother to Sempronlous. imported
last season by Eugene Leigh and now In
the stud at McGrathlana Farm. Galveston
won the Flnsbury Mldweight Handicap and
the Dorking Welter Handicap, and was
placed In the Victor Welter Handicap and
July Stakes. In the latter race he defeated
King Edward's Diamond Jubilee, winner of
the Triple Crown. Uie 2.000 guineas. Derby
and SL LeKer In 1300.
John Mackar. manager of J. B. Haggln's
Rancho del Paso Stud, has sold to Charley
Oxx, the well-known Eastern trainer. Ihe
bay yearling filly by St. Leonards, dam tns
stake winner May Plnkerton by Onondaga,
for 51.500. The Ally was shipped to Brighton
Reach to-day to be broken and trained.
,J' h" beeome known here that Millionaire
W. K. vanderbllt has Just bought at a re
ported price of $3,000 of P. J. Dwyer.
Brooklyn. N. Y.. the 0-year-old black horse
Hammock, by Hanover, dam Auranla (sis
ter to tho unbeaten Tremont). by Virgil. The
horse has been sent to Westbury. L. I.,
but will be shipped to France early In the
fall and become Ihe stud companion of the
J2S.000 Halma In that country. Hammock's
best winning race was the Holly Handicap,
which he captured from a good field when
a 2-year-old in 1SOT.
Pharmacy Team Reorganised.
1 Manager Hfmm of the SL Louis College of
! Pharmacy barehall team has -rorgaalzed the
team et- the addluon of several well-known i.'ay
era and now heads one of the best amateur or
I ranlzatlons In the city. Will Foley and First
Kaseman Kunx. formerly of tb C. U. C team.
have been engaged. Foley will play left field.
Tb w line-up Is: Foley, left fleld: Walsh.
I Tiii. u"t: finnegan. ngnt new: Kane and
.-. ... uuuini; jtanz. caiccer; nemm. ipira
base: Mueller, second base: P. Walsh, flrit base:
Illldner. shortstop. The dmgglsU would l'ke to
arrange a game with Lebanon. lit. for next
Sunday. They would also like 10 hcok Catea
with Alton. Moberly. Breeae. Belleville. Qslncy
aad other good out-of-town tearaa. Marager
llemm'a address la No. I22 South Broadway.
Tirttpaona numben: Bell Sidney 759. Klaloch B
Albert Champion Has Furnished Sur
THREE-I LEAGUE IS
PLAYING FAST BALL
leaders Are Closely I.unrhcil and
Itace for Pennant Is Wide
Open at Present.
Jlloomlngton, III.. July li The Three I
League b dally attracting more attention
among the minor baseball leagues, owing
to the quality of lull that is living played,
tho neck-und-ucck race for the pennant,
the lurge attendance and the pcrhui all
Important fact that cat-h club, having a
small s-alary limit, is making monc).
The second half of the season Is now
well under way and the struggle for the
coveted bunting Is more exciting than ever.
Bunched In the first division ure Rock
ford, Cedar Ruplda, Davenport, iiloomlng
lon and Terre Haute, standing. In percent
age. In the order named. Rut a lew point
below aro Evansvtllo and Rock Island,
while at the bottom is Decatur, which lias
Just succeeded In taking nve straight games
1 rum Terre Haute, wnlch up to a tnutl
time ago was at the. top.
The closeness 01 the raco demonstrates
that the clubs are evenly mdiclud to a
surprising Uegree. and that a otie-sideti
gaiuo is an exception. Tnt fact that every
l,ame U a battle udds to tne interest and
attendance, ana It u no aurprtse. tnereiore.
tnat in tne eight towns 01 the itMKUe tnc
baseball lever Is at the hottest point.
The remarkable rail) ot tne iiioomngton
team has been the surprise of the last
three wevks. Commencing with the three
uefe.it of RocKtord the week of June Z.
the home team has been steadily crawling
up iroru seventh position until It Is now in
fourth, and is so close 10 uaenpoii m
tnird place that another victory by ilioom
tngton and a defeat by Davenport will tie
the two teams for third position.
Bloomlngton was nandicaped by the loso
of the old grounds, and the change to new
and untried pastures demoralized the team
In a measure Some of the new players, of
whom great things were expected, flashed In
the pan and had to be released. While the
weak spots were being strengthened the
team kept losing gamts. and the season waa
nearly half over before a winning aggre
gation could be secured.
Everything Is harmony at present, ana
the prospects are bright for a continuation
of the excellent plailng that has charac
terized the work of the club Tor the last
rvti- n...ks. Caifrvn. the new right Udder,
who has been playing in amateur organist- J
tlons in I'eona. is nailing ai a .; -'i-Ilarr
and McGrew. the new Intlelders. are
building up a stone wan. anu wun nc
pitcher, all In good condition, and headed
by the premier. McGreev. there Is no rea
son whv the local team should not by in
the race for the flag. ThJ work of Hlshpp.
the amaitur pitcher, who Is playing his
llrst prufessio-ni . . '"" .."I11"
Ing wide attention. He has had but one
hard drubbing this season-that by fcvans
vill here on Thursday. A representatlv? r
the Louisville team was here this week
watching his work. .... .
Tlie descent of Rockford from Its uroud
rosltlon above .CfJ to .he level of t"t-ar
llapldi has furnished another surprise. Man
ager Hugh Nlcol Is afraid that the retro
grading Is to be kept up. With such a
bunch ot hitters, however, he has little to
fear, and It Is more than likely that w.:h
the eighteen straight annvs on the heme
grounds that the Weit-m clubs are to
play. Rockford. as well as vedar Rapids.
Rock Island and Davenpo-t. -.-Ill Imrrove
their standing at the expense ot Ihe Last-
The total-abstinence rules of Beldcn Hilt
are largely rcs-ponslble for the standing or
the Cedar Rapids team, and the chances are
now that the Rabbits wl'-l end either in
first or second place. Davenport I also
making a fine spurt, and has been winning
steadily In the last two weeks. The return
of Smith to center Held, after he waa re
leased by Terre Haute, has put new life
Into the team.
With ail the talk of speed In power-driven
machines. It is worth noting that the racing
cyclists are not far behind In the attacks
on Father Time It Ls a fact tKat a middle-distance
rider who cannot negotiate
miles on the banked tracks behind motor
tandems faster than In one minute and
thirty seconds has little or no chance to
get any of the purses offered for cycle com
petition. This season at least half a dozen
good men have traveled twenty-five miles
at the rate of forty-two mllea an hour and
five and ten mile trips at the rate of forty
live miles an hour.
Albert Champion, the French member of
the Imperial cycling team, and Bobble
Walthour of the Columbia cycling team,
have done Mime remarkable record break
ing thus early In the season, and their fur
ther struggles to lower existing records arc
certain to be of Interest not only to follow
ers of the sport, but to the public general
ly. Every American loves speed, and that
Important quality is certainly being sup
plied by the racing cyclists of to-day. In
years gone by It ku exceptional for rec
ords to be broken before July 4. yet during
May and June the records of 10I were shat
tered beylnd recognition.
The additional speed can partially be at
tributed to tho fast motor tandems that
are not used In middle-distance raclnc.
Some of them are fitted with motors of
elght-horfe power, and on a level straighta
way stretch they can travel a miie a min
ute. To follow these machines at a fair
pace !i a comparatively easy task, but at
high speed the work Is such that only tho
stiongest and nerviest riders can stand tne
strain. Under the rules of the X. C. A..
the rear man on the tandem is not allowed
to have his saddle further back than the
edge of the rear tire, so that work of the
sttenuous order u required of the man fol
lowing. Apart irom the natural speed re
quired, the contestant who nouid win In
miodie-dlBtance racing must have a care
ful eyo and a steady hand. Whlrllnx
around the eight-lap aaucerllke tracks Is no
easy task under ordinary circumstance?,
and Is still more difficult when the rlacr
must keep the front tire of his own wheel
within an Inch or two of the rear tire on a
pacing tandem. Should the tires touch, a
fall Is inevitable and severo injuries are al
most a certainty. Notwithstanding these
clangers, the posslvlllty of securing big
money for the work has Induced more than
twenty racing men to enter this style of
competition as a means of obtaining a liv
ing. To supply talent for the twenty or more
cycle tracks that are conducting weekly
tournaments In the East requires the serv
ices or more than twenty middle-distance
riders. In years gone by two men In a
race were considered sufficient, but now
four and sometimes Fix contentants are to
be seen struggling for the cylze money in
some of the big races. Among the riders
who have elected to follow the puttering
motors during the season are Will c. Stln
son. Rambler cycling team; Robbie Wal
thour. Columbia cycling team: George
Lcander. Crescent cycling team; V. A. Mc
Farland and John King. Tribune cycling
team: James Hunter. Uennle Munroe and
W. S. Ken.i. Cleveland cycling team; Bastt
de Gulchard. Rambler cycling team; Al
bert ChamDlon. Imperial cycling team:
Tommy Hall. Monarch cycling team: Harry
Kikes, of Glens Falls: Jimmy" Moran. F.
J. Caldwell. H. IJ. Freeman. Otta Maya.
Hugh McLean. "Gus" Lawson and
The aggregation promises a continuance
of the keen and Interesting competition
that has been furnished thus far this sea
son. The valuable prizes offered and the
honor of breaking records and of evolving
a champion are inducements sufficient to
tempt the daring cyclist? to follow almost
any pace that the powerful tandems nny
W. 8. Fenn of the Cleveland cycling team,
the fair spectators that she asked for an
who Is considered the handicap king, will
be married within a few days to Miss
Dorothy Bartram. one of the belles of At
lanta. Gs. The stocky-built Yankee from
Waterbcry. Conn., won a number of races
In the southern city last winter, and hi.-
performances were so admired by one of
Introduction. Eventually this acquaintance
ripened into a state that leads Fenn to Join
Another rider has been signed by the
American Cycle Manufacturing Company In
the person of John Bedell, of Lynbrook.
L. I. Bedell Is one of the few riders who
has turned out to be a better professional
than he was an amateur. He will be a
member of the Columbia team and will fol
low the N. C A. grand drculL which starts
early In July. For the past six Sundays at ,
Vallsburg Bedell has secured at least one
and sometimes two prizes In races against
the more experienced professional speed
Ocalm ctnonlfltd Is prevalent among the
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cycle racing men. They are ever on the
alert to make improvements in motor tan
dems and racing bicycles that will add even
n fraction of a second to their time for a
mile, and unquestionably many of them He
awake nights trying to figure Just how
they can secure advantages over other com
petitors and yet keen within the stringent
rules of the governing body of cycling. The
rules governing motor tandems were adopt
ed by the T. C A. only after much discus
sion and consideration, and It was thought
that they were almost perfect Soon alter
their adoption riders began to figure how
they could be avoided, and swinging pedals,
extra large tanks and Inuumerable neces
sary and unnecessary appliances were put
on the pacing tandems. Most of these have
been ruled off by the X. C A. Board of
Control, so that now the competition be
hind Ihe pacing machines Is as fair for one
man as for another Of course, some ot the
riders are lucky enough to possess power
ful motors of eight and nine horse power,
while others are uslnit four-horse power
tnr.demF. However, the limit of speed on
the present bicycle tracks seems to have
been almost reached and the tandems of
smaller power seem capable of taking the
riders Around It almost as fast as those of
higher power. Nevertheless1, a part of the
riders in signing for matches insist that
machines of equal power be utilized for the
Racing cf the finest kind is assured for
the L. A. W. national meet, to be held at
Atlantic City from July 16 to July 20. There
will be night racing on Wednesday. Friday
and Saturday, with all the fastest amateurs
and professionals as contestants. The
races will be held on the new seven-lap
Coliseum track that han been erected by
Arthur Irwin, ot baseball fame. who. by the
way. Intends to conduct races at the New
Jersey summer resort every night during
Julv and August. Among the riders that
have been secured for the middle distance
motor paced are: Bobble Walthour. Colum
bia cycllns team: W. F. King. Tribune
cycling team; Albert Champion. ira
nerial cycling team, and W. S. Fenn. Cleve
land cycling team.
Will C. Stlnson of the Rambler cycling
team, who was admitted to be the middle
distance champion of 1101. Is now rounding
Into form after the fall that broke his colt
lar bone and will ride his first race within
a few days. His manager. P. O. Sheehan.
expects him to be In good shape and has
already booked him for the followlrjr
match: July 12 Manhattan Beach, with
Basil de Gulchard as a partner against F.
A. McFhrland. Tribune cycling team, and
Albert Champion. Imperial cycling team. In
n motor-paced team pursuit race. This will
De a race or two against two mat snouia ne
the best ever seen at the track swept by
It has been truly said that Kramer, who
possesses n world of speed, has most of the
other riders frightened before a race starts,
and they give way to him when the rnce is
in prcress. In ihe vernacular of cycle ra
cing. Kramer h.-ia most of the othee rider
"buffaloed." Raid, however, with his an
tagonl'tlc spirit, remarked In New York th
other day that he came from Buffalo and
could not te "feazed" by any rider In the
In view of the reports from abroad re
garding the t'me made by bleycie racing
men fcr the kll 'meter, which Is the unit of
distance In France, it Is worth nolirg Ihnt
a kilometer Is 1.03J yards, or a little more
than six-tenths of a mile. Reports of ICO
lcl!oraeters) being covered In fast lime are
often misleading to the uninformed, who
figure that It is that number of rri!3 cov
ered. The action cf the National Cvcllnj Asso
ciation In starting a fund for riders Injured
In cycle racing Is looked upon ns a com
mendable feature of that Interesting sport.
Riding as fast as their times show, the
speed merchants are liable to accident at
any time. Following gasoline mnton
around saucerllke tracks at the rnte of
forty miles an hour Is not onlv a thrilling
sight, but one that Is dtnecrous n the ex
treme. The bursting of a tire, the breaking
of a chain, a loss of nerve on the part of
th steersman might result In a tumble,
which would mean at least an enforced va
patlon for the riders who earn ti"lr living
nt this game. Should they be laid up for a
few weeks In the hospital. It Is some yatlr
fncilnn to know that a weeklv nllo?-sppe
Is forthcom'nc from the riders fuirt. The
fund I" supenrted by benefit meets Jield at
frequent Intervals and from percentages do
nated by promoters at various tracis.
Two more speed merchants hive been
added to the big team of the American
Cycle Manufacturing Company. The arc
Daniel Sullivan, the New York s-hoolboy.
nnd Jed Newklrk of Chicago Roth men
win ride as members of the Crescent cycl
ing team. Sullivan made his debut In the
professional ranks last winter after a most
successful season as an amateur. Newklrk
teamed with Munroe in the slx-dar race at
Madison Square Garden, where he proved
that he Is a rider of the first chv. The
team was only beaten a few feet for first
prize, and It looked at one time as tlmarh
they would secure the highest honors, for
they raanased to sraln mure ttaa half a lis
CURED IN ONE WEEK
on the others ten minutes befora the race
LAKE ERIE JIEETING CLOSES.
Hackers of Favorites Have Good Day
Effie I'ovrera's Fast 3111c.
Bradford. Pa.. July 1Z To-day's pro
gramme closed the meeting of the Lake
trie circuit races here. Backers of favor
ites had a good day. the talent's selections
In the three events winning out,
Eme Powers. In the free-for-all pace,
broke the track record by pacing the last
heat In 2:10 flat. Summary:
. S7nJ.'"c 2- cla"- Pacing; purse WOO:
AlUo IL. a. m.. McCray. ilcLion-
aid. Pa I 5 3 14 11
Little Prank, tr. g 1 I z t i 3 z
The Spaniard. Uk.-g 7 3 1 I J 3 4
ortU. b. s ............ .....3 3 C 4 1 4 3
Jlelr Wolf. b. r. s 4 Sdr
Fannie. K.. b. m. .i 4 5 t 3 dr
Prince BaL r. a 4 7 ds
. Ji-s:2sh. S:l". I:li. J30U.. 2-M'i. 2:-9; .'
Secoad race. 2:1J class, trotting, purse 0:
Boa Dillon. Jr.. b. .. by Baron Otllonr '
1L F. SvirsnL Sweet Snrfnya fn f n tK
vuun uar. u- K.. .......... ..........
Anna Trevlillao. b. m
Louise c. g. m ,
Itoctor Broojner. b. jr
Tlme-2:K,. 2:17li. sa
-. T. . .. I T7 ' - -"-". . , .
x ' i-s
...4 4 4
...5 & S
free-for-all pace, purse WO:
EfBe Powers, b. m.. by Anderson Wilkes;
o.f" A-Sn,J'- Rltlmore I 1 1
Silver Prince, b. g 3 2 3
Nova Patchen. ch. m .1 3 3
o ST hi' t- m
"It- Flynn. b. g.... ...... ...................5 b s
Tune S:U. 2:12. iao.
HORSE SALE AT RRIGTCTO.X BEACH.
Roxane Goes to P. Ryan for 97,000
New York. July 12. Tha entire stable of
J. J. McCaffsrty was) sold to-day in th
paddock at Brighton Beach, also a, for
from the Pepper stublo.
Roxane, ch. .m.. & years old, by Porblale
Ondlna, brought I7.OJ0, the highest prU
cf tho ralo. p. Ryan was tha purchaser.
Femesole, bay fllly. -I years old. by ttir
Dixon Cherry Blossom, was sold to l. F.
Dwycr for &SC0. Tho other colaa of ISM cr
more were: -
Truperty of 3. 3. McCaKsTti
PeUnU. b. a.. jrr eA. by Itsoin row
Wow. J. W. Schorr: 11.909.
Fparkle Ksbsr, b. V, 1 year obs. by hop. Enter
Imp. Burkle. T. J. Ileal: R.iJO.
Joa Cbb. br. c. 2 rara old, by Imp, KVwr
FHsen. C F. Dwysr: JlsW.
Haddnce. ch. c. S years oU. by Imp. Dalbaros
ton faille. Iietcls Keryslt; t3.7OT.
Incuwatur. b, c. 2 yrars ell. by Imp. Insslsbr
My Chlok, F. tl. Van Meter! H.W.
Prince IttcsarJ, L. n.. I yarn o:d, by Ills Itlnh-sess-Lautsstte,
A. I Asfel IJ.0U).
Sbsslsmcl, so, C. I years Ud. by Imp. Itomtns '
ton Valuable. O. L. Richards) 11. PC.
Jerry, b, o.. 3 yrar old, ay Lamp'.Uhtsr Atmls '
C. V.. L rowsrs; (2,139. -
Lulu Marr. b f.. 2 years eld. by Imp. Tlorlst
Era. C Lir Elmers: JLtSO.
Proptrry cf the I'epsar siabls:
Kbur Cdward. b. c. 3 yetrs old. by Imp. Xan- .
taxa eadinceo 11. J. E. Wldrptr; 11.025. ,
Great .Northern Grants Increase.
CL Paul. Minn. July 12. Four hundred
bollermakcrs and helpers on the Great
Northern Railway system, who went on
strike for higher wages some six weeks ato.
will return to work Monday morning. Un
der the new schedule the men will receive
an advance of 25 cents per day over the
scale In effect before the strike. They had
demanded an Increase of Z7ti, cents. The
company agreed to reinstate all of the strik
ers In Uwir old positions.
NICE so-cart. cost 252. sell for 13. Oil Walnut,'
THREE-ROnSE-POWER cas or gasolliw en.
lines at a barzaln. 222t Washington ave.
TRREE-HOIlSE-POWER motors. 50) volts.
A. Monutomery. 22X Washington ave.
TWELVE-nOOH house. 2S1J Washington are,: '
filled with first-class roomers: terms easy.
"STRING Ave.. 33 N. (Comer OHre Front, ;
room for two gents or couple; also ball room;,
with board. ,
LAFAYETTE Are.. 2T02 (Opposite FartoNew
ly furnished second-story rooms; southern expo
sure; suitable for on or two gentlemen; excel
NURSEami, TVANTED-Nursecirl: small fam
lly. SOMA Falrmonnt ave.
WOMEN WANTED Women to help In kitchen, ,
Restaurant. 3427 Olive sL
DtNINO-ItOOJI GIRL WANTED-Call at la
Chicago Cafe. Warren T. Mascn. 123 Market.
LAUNDRESS WANTED--Whtte" woman to do
plain laundry work by the month. 104X N. Taylor.
HOUSEOIRL WANTED White girl for sen-.'
era! housework; must understand cooking: no"
washing. 41Morran L
HOUSEGIRL WANTED An experienced .rtrVi
for rneral Housework; rood waxes. 42JJ .Dew-
ROUSEOrRL WANTED i, girl to do general
hsssawuk. CtoU at 24U aural st.
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
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