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THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. JANUARY 13. 1903.
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OOBNELL AND HERZ
SHIP THEIR HORSES.
MuGhcsnej, The Lady and Several
Platers, With Jockey Kedfem,
Go to Los Angeles.
OTHERS SENT TO LOUISVILLE.
Unfavorable Comment on the Jack
Demnnd-W. J. Deboe-Jessie
Jarboe Race Witfull an
New Orleans. La., Jan. 12. With cola,
wintry Heather and a heavy, Etlcky track,
the racing hero to-day waa neither pleas
ant as a recreation nor satisfactory from
the betting angle. The entries of Durnell
&. Hen were scratched preparatory to ship
ping a part of the string to Louisville and
the remainder to Los Angeles to race there.
McChesney, The Lady and a number of
selling platers. Including Scotch Plaid, will
go to Leu Angeles, while the others will be
sent to the Scoggan farm at Louisville and
turned out for the winter. Of this latter
lot three or four. Including Luclen Appleby
and Rolling Boer, nlll be fired.
Kedfern. who Is tinder contract with Dur
nell & Herz ot $1,000 per month for the re
mainder of the JJew Orleans meeting. In all
likelihood will go with them to Los An
geles, nedfern's father would make no
positive itatcment In the matter to-da,
but Intimated that It was almost certain he
would All out the ten remnlnlng weekV con
tract at Los Angeles. Durnell & Herz pay
ing tho traveling expenses of himself and
family there and back.
The Idea of taking SIcChesney to Los An
ccle Is to keep him In light training so as
to be ready for the early spring events In
the Middle West.
Thero was not a little unfavorable com
ment about the seven-furlong handicap. In
which W. J. Deboe was a -to-5 choice and
Jack Demund heavily plajed ot 36 to 5.
One or two books In the ring were after
,7eIo Jarboe money and took It at E to 1.
i'iller rode a bungling race on the marc.
Ho could have gone to the front ot th
.t art, but. Instead of that, cased back and
vwts shut oft three or four times and Anally
out of the race. Jack Demund won easily.
V. J. Deboe easily beating Jessie Jarboe
for the place.
Shotgun was a hot one In the first race,
rilayed from a flash of 19 to 1 to 6 to L
le was pounds the bct, making up ground
in the deep going and winning by naif a.
length from Jlemphian, on whom Buchanan
put up a slovenly ride. Mauser was beaten
four lengths for third money.
lord Neville, backed from 8 to 6. was
best hi the second race and won driving by
a length from Malster. Zack I'ord being a
poor third. I,ord Neville was away badly
and had till the worst of It.
Potente. who figured the contender In the
third, was sore and did not have his speed.
Witfull, after an early drive in the stretch,
won' easily by three lengths, Potente beat
ing Honolulu In a hard drive for place.
The fifth race went to Star and Garter,
a 9-to-l shot, who beat the favorite. Ahu
muls. a length. Glenrevls being third, a.
head an ay. Mamselle was outrun.
Pyrrho an S-to-5 choice, won the last
race easily from Joe Les9er.
Weather clear: track slow; summary:
Urat race, one mile Shot Gun. 103 (Lindso). S
to l.i won: Memphlan, 110 (Buchanan), 4 to 6,
econd: Mauer. N7 (Donnegan). J to 1. third.
Time., I:3 3-5 In Bond. War Cry. Sprlnntead,
Tli Vviiard, Prince Herman, Klnaza, CritlcUm
and Charlie Scoqgan also ran.
Second race, rti furlongs, selling Lord Neville.
103 (C. Bonner). S to 1. won: Malster. 10 (Can
nonV2 to 1, eecond; Zack Ford, 104 (Donnegan).
13 to 1. third Time. 1:131-5. Allyar. Dandl
Bell, Alpaca. Money Hack and Jim Nap also ran.
Third race, mile and a lxteenth-Vltful. Si
(Redftrn). 3 to 10. won: Potente. in (Gannon), 3
to i. eerond; Honolulu, 100 (Llndse). 3 to 1,
third, Time. 1:33. John Clark also ran.
Koorlh race, eeven furlongs, handicap Jack
Druund. 107 (Gannon). 1C to 5, won; W. J. l;e
boe. 111 Otl). 7 to 5. second: Jesrte Jarooe.'lO?
U. Miller). 4 to 1. "third. Time. 1.3S1-3: Tela
mn. Prince Richard and Percy R. al jan.
I'lfth race, nix furlongs Star and Garter. 10
(McCafTcrtji. ai to 1. Ron: Alramada. 103 (Bll
hanan). 6 to J. second: Glennevls 109 (CrBrnr).
to 1. third. Time. i:ig uranium. Aumseue,
i.ienaoru Ijextngion ijess ana aieguaru xio iu. .
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Mtin an .i inv n,T a ... m iri.MninKrTTnn.
10; (p. Bonner). to 5. won: Joe Lesser. 105 (Bat
tlrte, 4 to 1, second: The Way. 103 (Maddox) t
to 1, third. Time, 1S3 3-S. Wunderllcrh Fake.
Vhltmoro and Pilaster also ran. Joe Doughty
fell roon after the start.
TO-DAVS CREaCENT CITT ENTRICa.
rirst race, one mile. 3-ear-olds;
Helen Il 7 Metnphlan 103
I.adv Miperba S7 Anzelger .;.... ,.103
arna I'on-o 7 hrine 103
Gold Bride 97 Hlanco 103
Lourle Corkran 99 ur!e B .....10.
Moepi Head 9 Ulrookston H-
Sieron race, selling, one mile:
Tlckfuf" 71T7- 113 Ru'sellton .130
Grantor .........113 hrandonneld .........1
"-Ocapa. .. 118 Peat 133
l.ofrcIm ,118 Hop Scotch.. l-
LI Rey ll (luster I?
lodd) M Alfred C IM
Tl Ird race. Spurge, six furlongs:
Farmer Jim f8 Kls Quick 100
Tsncred 8 Kaloma 103
Thllo .3-.1 91 Carl Kahler -7 103
Mar'e Bell 17 Buecleuth 107
our Jrnsle 9 L'Etrienn" 10S
The pride of Surrev 90 Scorpio ..114
Fourth race, mile and an eighth, handicap:
King Barleycorn j Haiward Ilanter 1TO
NUtle Regent M Malor Tenny 103
Erne ...........u... 9i Jessla Jarboe... 105
"Fifth race, irurse. ons mile:
. III . M
Idr Alberta. 98 Jim Clark ....107
in- Stewardess !8Llttle Scout .108
mmlock HV lack Demund K8
Thane 100 Harcle 108
(.Vramlisloner Fors- Kmshee ......108
ster ...103 Ecotne 110
Port Royal 103
Plzth race, two milts, selling:
fympur soiGlnspray 109
Potheen WilLatron 109
CRESCENT CITY SELECTIONS.
New Orleans, Jan. 11 Selections:
Hrrt Race-Helen Hay, Burke Cochran Sleepy
econd Race Tickful. Bhandonneld, Peat.
Third Race Buccleuth, Imp. l'Etrenne. Kaloma.
Fourth Race Erne. Malor -Tenny. Jessie Jar
boe. llfth Race Jim Clark. Jack DeMund. Port
Sixth Race Compass, Latson. Potheen.
nASSCH TO RIDE IX FRANCE.
K. Wnderbllt Secnrea Services of
Clever Pacific Coast Jockey.
New York. Jan. 12. Jerry Ransch, the
young California jockey, will ride for Wil
liam IC Vandcrbllt In France next season
at a' salary of J19CW0.
John S. McDonald. Mr. Vanderbllt's
agent, secured tho release of Ransch from
his contract with Burns & Waterhouse, the
horse owners of the Pacific Coast, by the
pavment of a big bonus.
Ransch will continue, to ride In the colors,
of Burns & Waterhouse for a month, and
will then sail for France. If his riding Is
satisfactory. Ransch's contract will be re
newed at the end of the season for two
LAURA F. SI. WAS REAL GOOD THING
Searcher Also "Wn Medium
Plunge, hut Ran Second
San Francisco, Jan. 121 There was a large
attendance ut Oakland to-day and the tal
ent VJF eailTOrf lit, (Inn WAflthAr ana a taut
track. Favorites fared badly, but weU-'
plas ed horses were successful on several oc
casions. xaura t; ai. was piayea as a good
thing throughout the course, and rewarded
her backers by taking the third race.
At 111 Etart of the fourth race. Forest
King fell, but Reed escaped Injury. Searca
er was plunged on in the last race, but
Lodestar-recovered Ills speed suddenly and
beat htm In a drive.
Weather clear; track fast- Summary:
Plrat Tare. Fnttirltv rourf. seinntr VfiullnitYi.
jus immani. so . nou: nunuy. Lii ffsiirn.i
i (minaerj. i ro .z, won; na-nuy. ui (Barns). !
to 1. second: Karahel. 116 (Troxler). 7 to i. I
Ira. Time, l-liy, Stella Perkins. 8e. Aim.
third. Time, 1-llV-i Stella Perkins. Stlte, Aim
. in i. HELuna? AHranii. lib iirnsrieri 7 rn s
(liver. Inna B . The Scot. Socialist, AUria. i
drey Fox and 3ampson Plunkett also ran.
Hecond race, seven-sixteenth., of a mile, s-year !
JAm Hill.. Innl. Staa SOS .1- T---t.-. a - .
wonr Samex. 107 (Burns). S to-1. second; 8e- I
lected, DS (J. Daly). 7 to L third Time. :Ci4.
ranll. Planet. Hoceo. Florlana BelU Mlsa hegan
Canonlcus and Dr. ltow.Il aUo rtn. J
Third race, Kuturlty course. lelllne-Laura r. .
M , ? IV-. Kiyi.. W '. won: Mexicans. M
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aia?). s i .econd: loan. Moreno. 115
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PCPtian MMM A of 8pad.Jlony w.ff. !
PJh. ?" " w. iwitrn mna rtau-
.IiV. nlis tan
fTourth race. mil. and nftr yard- 3 rafter.
Ill (Minder), 8 to 1, wen: Ilowahe. jo (Ransch),
; to I, second- Bill lla-.slr. 1W (Reed). 2H to 1.
third Tlnie. 1:43. Altruda and Diderot also ran.
ro rorest King fell.
Fifth rice, three-slxteentb of a mil., .elllnff
Jlarklvlte. m w V lioV n 1. srnn- Vntiiee-.
I (J. Pa). 4 to 1. third Time. 1.21 Rose of
1 Milo Br. tun. -Axn inster. ra'rtnirv. C Chlhuatiua.
, .Vttlllrnman. Dora I i.nl Nul Dinnl also ran
I Sixth race one mile Hnd rn-t.'Krilh. selllra
Lode Star. 100 (Ran ch) 6 to 1. von: feearcher.v
i (Heed). 8 to 1. se-ond: Artllls. 1 1 (bultwan).
U to 1. thlnl Time. 1.31. Jtlj Shannon and
llermencia ai"o ran.
TO-DAVfe OAKLAND ENTRIES
rim race, one mile, celling :
All About ...
t WM Man
Matin Bell ...
Second race, ieen furlonss, selllne;:
Iilack Thome 1H ltemola ( V
Humett'e Walkawaj.lH Resin .' IK
MaBBle Felix 112 Han.lprers 11!
lutts 103 Sleenlliir Child 11
Jim flore II 1H AVIrdnard ....- 10
Montana IVeress I'ruo 107
Third race, mile and cne hundred jards.
St. heicr ....
Nellie 1 orest
.. 100 I Kscaroln
Fourth race, eeven furlons. "elllng:
Iz-tal Maxim 103
Golden Cottaee 109
Nat Goodwin 103
Ada N.. ......
The vv-aver .
Del Veta ...
Fifth race, six furlonc. ellIng:
Imp. Pomcno 1
The Major 110
Jockey Cluh los
Ptllrcflm Belle IM
Iiabelllta , 103
Andrew Ring 1CS
Alice Carej ,
Sixth race, one mile, selling:
El Oriente K Sir Lewis 101
Illouon lio Stromn lOd
Hutch Miller lW Lecturer 109
Mont Eagle 1 1 Ohio Girl M
Hasp 10ti Tlheria 104
I O It 101 Sir Hampton 103
San Francisco Jan U Selections:
..Kim Race Kltt KUIy. Dlgby Bell. Johnny
becond Race Maggie Kellx. Bernota. Wlnd
stard Third Race lyirry A lit. Beana. Hungarian
Fourth Race Golden Cottage. Ttng-a-Ung. As
sessment. Fifth Race The Major. Ballroom Belle. Imp.
blxth Race I. O. U., Sir tjenls. Rasp.
HEGl'UnS EXDURED DISCOMFoaTS.
Cat Path Through Ice So nonta Coold
Cross the River to the Races.
Cincinnati. Jan. li Confirmed regulars.
who never miss a day's racing, experienced
many Inconveniences on reaching the New
port track to-day. Because of the cold snip
the Licking River froze over during Ia"-t
night, causing the ferry to suspend opera
tions. Many people ttood on the bank wait
ing for some time to be rowed acro'sa the
frozen stream. Several skiffs were finally
secured and a path made through the Ice.
Patrons going by the use of the 'busies
also went through many unusual experi
ences. . Tho roads w ere covered with Ice
and the 'busses kept sliding from one side
to the other. Going to the races In a sleigh
was another novelty that the regulars en
Joyed. The track was frozen, but gooo and the
attendance small. The sport was good, and
the followers of favorites had an excellent
day, as four favorites won and a well
played second choice ca Mured the other
First race, five and one-half furlongs Belle
Bernard. 110 (Cunningham). 4 to 5. won; Hope
well. 11 (llurrls). 3 to 1. second: Mabel Hunt.
110 (Rogers). 4 to 1 third. Time. 1:11.
Seccnd race, six furlong Cologne, n. 57 (D
O'Neal) 3 to 5. won; Title. 107 (GreenHeld). 4
to 1. second. Maid of Hope. 103 (Donning). S to
1. third. Time. 1-19.
, Third race, five furlongsOrrle Goan, 107
(Mountain) 3 to 1 won; Wvola. 107 (T. Walker).
to. 1. second: Ben Baj. 103 (Rogers), s to 1.
third, lime, 1.04.
Fourth race, four furlongs-King ot Diamonds.
;; lounwr, j iu a, non; uoctor iiassman ii (i.
alker). 3 Jo S. second: Vtigglns, aa (Rogers),
4. to 1. third. Time. :W?.
Hfth race, one nlle-Ku-lno. 103 (Mountain).
to a. won- Georglana.- M0 D O'Neal), 6 to 1.
!f?r,-;.c' p- Jones. 107 (T. Walker). 8 to 1.
third. Time, 1:(7S
TO-DAT'S NEWPORT ENTRIES.
First race. na furlongs, selling:
Maggie Young. 107 .Kate MacDurT.....
?!"?.- ln Allaire
JlaiDertuer It" 1st. Mdney
Second race. Ave furlongs, selling:
Tf.be Paine ....
Wil'lam F. If..
tThlrd race, seven furlongs, selling:
Fourth race, five furlongs, selling:
duplicate 113 . IMne ltrnnlr
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97 Free Girl
Fifth rate, six furlongs, selling:
Julletta B 1091 Marsh Ill
Brandy Smash lis'Vetxs 113
Eleien Bells HllBolttie 101
Cincinnati, O. Jan 1? Selections.:
First Raco Battus, Starter St Sldnej.
S-cond Race Vt llllam F. II. Whltcomb, Tobe
Third Race Cologne II. Pearl Medal. Llska.
fourth Itace Free Girl. Tripp. Qulncs.
Fifth Itace Brandy Smasn. Eleven Bells.
Trains) Leave Foot Olive Street.
1, 1.50 and 2:40 p. m.
Sheppnrd Winn From Drew In Pool
Tournament at the BroadiTa.
G. M. Sberpard won from G. B. Drew in
the pool tournament at the Broadway last
evening, capturing the second, third and
fourth games ot tne contest, prew was fa
vorite, Dut bneppard xias In good form and
falrlv OUtnlnvsrl his m.in .T. tr p-rr,r.a nrrt
J. Lyne will meet to-night.-
Kellam won from MeDnnalrt In thn first
game of the French pool tournament at the
ssne uy a score or xo Aioran won
from Taylor in thfe second earn liv a Rrwiri
' i" J. a wo games are scneauieu tor this
evening. Burroughs and Matthews, meeting
in the feature.
Doctor Campbell won from Hutchlngs by
five points In the three-cushion class A
tournament at the Royal last evening, scor
ing a total of 0 to h:s opponent's 45. The
game was long drawn out owing to much
safety playing. The score In detail was:
Doctor Campbell 0 00000020001000100
000003 0) 000120101001 0 00p;n i I)
1 0 1 0 J. Total. CO; high run, 4: average, .35
Hutchlngs 0 00)0v003OUU20uuooa0001
00000020000001011000000 4 01000
021020 000 0303 01 00 0000030 100 0O0
10000000000010000000020 0 1000 0.
Total. 43; high run, 3; average, .32.
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Ohio Stakesj to Be for SiOO Class,
Cincinnati. O , Jan. 12. The Oakley Park Trot
ting Association to-day announced that the $10 0CO
Ohio Stakes, which w.H be decided at the spiinx
meeting ot the Grand Circuit at Oakley, has Men
changed from the 2.11 clans to the 2.u9 ilass
OLD COUPLE DIE TOGETHER.
Pneumonia Caused Death of Hus
band and Wife Same Night.
Bloomington, 111.. Jan. 12. Death did not
separate Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jackson, promi
nent octogenarians ot Lawson Township.
Both died last night within a few hours,
after a ten davs illness with nnetimnnfa
The former was 80 and his wife 8L Both
?iere, pl?neer "s'denls of Central Illinois.
Mr. Jackson was for many "years lrr public
umurs ui nis vownsnip ana naa oeen fre
quently honored with other trusts.
MR9. J. H. RIDDLE.
Mattoon. III.. Jan 12. Mrs J. 31. Riddle, .red
years, mother of H. 8. Riddle, died here to
day. MRS. MARGARET J. WAGONER.
Mattoon IIL Jan 5 Mm i,rr.rt r is.
n aied' 74 v eiri.' rtSS.JHSia.'L.VsW"
Counted ISSh tfP5rfcrff,'T,t Co,-'
County.led to-day of bean failure.
a. wa. a 'vw"'
-"."Jf'v.ii'i Jfl.-J2 -Alexander Tuel,
?? SS.'nSSjS?K ?? Harrlsen. Ind . died in
5JJ? iV-Ttivel i? inaiiT1 ,,a" a fer. H
has relatives in Indiana. ,
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Murehv.boro's.llt Jon i?
.. anJ rtnm.wl,' 4IT -i -- . -fcCM. .J
-i ei. agea
best farntHes and was formerly a resident of
C f-mlllM -- ri ,i,7-"" Wl?' .
MRS MARY B. DI1NAVANT. V '
Fulton. Mo i Jan. t-. Mrs Mary B. Dunavant
wife of E. It, Uunavant. idled at ner home In
tMs Hty fundiij cvenlna tt rjniin)'ri, ac-lr
RACE TRACK WAR ON
AT JEFFERSON CITY;
Hill Intrndiired in State Assembly
to Prohibit Booknnikiug
ANOTHER AGAINST POOLROOMS.
Carmody and Kansas J'ily Inter
ests Said to Be Allied With
Phelps in Fight for Bcpeal
of Breeders' Law.
Jefferson City. Mo. Jan 12. The nice
track war Is on. Giles Boltnd of St. Louis
fired the first gun this afternoon when he
Introduced two bills in the House, one to
provide for Lie repeal of the section of the
broilers' law. permitting bookmnlting at
tracks and the other making it n misde
meanor, punishable by a fine of not more
than Jo00. or Imprisonment of more than
sl months for conducting a poolroom or
keeping books at any place In the State.
That the light for (he repeal of the
breeders' law will be one of the biggest
features of the session Is conceded by the
memrers oi tne General Assembly.
1. J. Carmody. who was reftmd dates by
the "Western Jockej Club a fev weeks ago,
was hero last week, l'helps and his friends
arc with Carmody. or rather Carmody Is
with l'helps, for the fight has enlisted the
lobby leader. Th Butler members from St.
I.ouI.s are with Phelps.
On the other side are the llanos forces
from St. Louis. It Is thought that the
Senate Committee of Jurisprudence will be
the chief bone of lontentlon. Klnenlv of
St. Louis is chairman of this i.omnntte-.
He Is considered an Adler-TiHea-Gclla man
t the othtr side The other members ot
the committee are Dowell, Bradlej of John
son, Heather and Martin, all of whom are
supposed to be Impartial In their view on
m question, inougn it is tnought that
Heather's friendship for Huwes may make
him against the repeal of the breeders' law.
Morton, another committeeman. Is thought
to be with the Adlei people. Jewell, the
only other member on the committee, has
usually acted with Phelps.
Casey of Kansas City expects to introduce
a bill In the House which will supplement
the Boland bills. It will provide for the
shortening of the racing meetings to twenty
or twenty-live davs and stipulate that there
shall be every day a big stake race for
All of the Kansas City members are
thought to be with the Phelps-Carmody ele
ment In the fight.
I'MQl'E LOBBYING METHODS.
Harrea WMI Flight the Repeal of the
REPUBLIC SPECIAL j
Jtfferson city. Mo, Jan. 12 Legislators
claim there is something new under the sun
It has come to light in the headquarters of
Harry B. Hawes on the parlor floor of th
..iauiun, wnere coioner Jonn H. Carroll
was stationed last year.
Hawes lj expected hei p to-morrow to helo
lobby againt the repeal of the Breeders'
law. His methods are unique. He has sent
down to his rooms several boxen of uten-
ns. cannea goods nnu all the necessary
paraphernalia for running a kitchen on the
It is announced that there will be cold
turkey, deviled ham. plenty of good coffee
and moro milk and other liquid refresh
ments. Not the least weapon In this cam
paign for tho favor ot the legislators is a
couple of chafing dishes, suitable for the
newest welsh rarebits.
Some members of the St. Louis delegation
arc considered expert cooks. What tho
Phelps lobby will do to counteract this
flank movement Is problematical.
COt'HIG TO COME HERE.
ew York Boxer Will Meet the Win
ner of the Dnffnan Contest.
As ail opponent for the "winner of the
Ran-DufTy bout at the West End Club
Thursdaj evening, Tom Couhlg of Dunkirk,
N. V.. will be brought here olid will be
put on two weeks from the pending fight.
fouhfg- Is a well-known n1rprwp!irh onri
should put up a reasonably good fight.
Martin Duffy, who meets Philadelphia
Tommy Ryan Thursday, will reach the city
una morning, uispatcncs naving Deen re'
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Who meets Philadelphia Tommy Ityan
celved from Chicago stating that he had
stnrted late last evening for St. Louis.
and Duffy is said to be at that figure at
present. Ryan weighs about 1W pounds,
according to his own statement, and is
within easy reach of Thursdays limit.
ISo preliminary has v.et been arranged for
the occasion, although several try-outs of
local boxers will be made, in case they
desire to go on. The semlwlndup of the
evening will be a bout between St, Louis
Tommy Sullivan and either Andy Daley or
Joe Sherlock. A battle royal will also be
carded. The battle roal will wind up tho
evening's bout, after the main event has
Austin Rice, who fightj Young Corbet!
at Andy Mulligan's Club in Hot Springs
to-morrow evening, passed through the city
yesterday and spent some time renewing
acquaintances here. He looks in good shape
and states that he weighs close to 121
wrin " departed last evening Tor the
.R.,ceKWi".be ,S.lng weight In the con
test, but his ability to take punishment
"f"'' extremely likely that the affair
with Young Corbett will go the limit and
Austin has .a strong chance ot securing a
draw. It Is hardly Tlkejy that he can hope
J,?,1. n?re 'J?8", "gainst the champion,
fl ht shoul11 an' to Put up a hard
SUBSTITUTE JUDGE APPOINTED.
W. M. Wheeler Will Sit in RuhcIi'h
Place Pending Investigation.
Kvansvllte. Ind.. Jan.
12. Walton St.
Whetler vf named special Jute of the
Vanderburg County circuit' Court ?foLfv tS
will occupy the bench until the cS'rS
against Judge Ranch have been dlioofed
innu iiif iiiffffsi rr innca n - r i .
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sij Judge Rasch refused to-dav to rive nut Institution. If the men are really anxious J J. P?on?' assurances from Munroe
i any statement conclralnghf T future plani .t0 E "" he said! they ought to he will- UbU. Wharkey) will be the first heavy
's J He says he has not yet received an r notice ,nT to apnear on the chalice of getting a Je!gh,l PuSi"Rt- wlt" "horn he will irat on
.rom tne har commltte, concerning its ac-
San Francisco The overdu; British bark
' Pegasus has arrived. 1S7 days from tho
Tyne. Twentv-flve per cent reinsurance
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TOKELL IS ANXIOUS
TO MEET FORBES.
English B.mtara After Hairy in
an Apparent Bid for a Bi
HE IS SAID TO BE NO HITTER.
Briton Depends T'pon His GI:er-
ne-ii at .labbiug General
Boxiiir and Sparring
Although Andy Tokcll, the English ban
tam, came to this tountry with the an
nounced intention of meeting the best men
in his class. It appears that he has under
gone a radical change of mind. He has been
offered several bouts of, late with men con
sidered anything butdangerous In the 113
pound divis'on, but he has steadily refused
to meet them. j
Thinking that he was waltlmr for a stur
dier set of antagonists, so as to draw more
money to the house, offers were made him
for bouts with Feltx and (loodman. one
match belnir nrfererl hv the West Vnrl rinh
,m. ?.?a"! ..Jv.e. e'SJ,..U.
a -- vii. sauv.it lid1' nuuiu uicin
record-breaking house, as fight-goers are
curious anout English champions in general.
The offer was rejected, however.
Tokell asserts that he wants to meet
Forbes, and Forbes only. Why he should'go
after the toughest ptoposition In his ciass
instead of picking up easy money was a
matter of wonderment ut first. Nobody be
lieved he rcall wanted to light the dlirtcult
men Mr.t. .is that lu (inntr.n tn thr ethics
of the modern elocutionary tpe of pugll.st.
Hot In an imeuar.U.1 moment an aamfhsiua
But In an unguardtd moment an aum.tsion
M.pped out irom the Tokell camp.
It appears that Anuy has several com
petitors in his own country over whom he
noias an cage sata to oe very s igni. in
lact. It Is lonsiaeleil an open question ;
w nether he coum Deal ail the claimants tor j
it bout on the othir side. tnoe wno nave i
seen him box assert tout his tutting powers 1
aie not sumcient to put him on a par with j
rorbep, and that In' is Knowingly taking up
a bout vvntre he will incur dcieat.
'1 he scntme then becomes plain. An Eng- j
lish ih.mp on ugntmg a strapping macnine ,
iikc jiarry r oroes wuuai uii.icii.-i iui- i in his normal tiasr.
spreau a.tentlon. if such about was pulred . Young Corbett la also a light weight, il
off m aun 1-rancLsco the hous-e wouia be though he can make 127 without much dif
vtry la.ge pioabiy a record-ortraklng J ficultv. and as he won the title at tint fig
house lor bantams, foke 1 would insist oa ut0 ha has n right to k.ep the feathcr
an equal aiv.sion of tne purse, vvou.n tane ; weight limit at that mark unier the present
the liitvitan'e oeating anu would pud down , e!asllc svstem of weight 11m. t-. Talk of
enougn moiny out oi o.h. iii;s. -.u :nic man
I CUUIII(.S-1 U 11,111 1U1 11 Llll utJa,
Tno mere notoriety ne wouiu gain, u ne
made nnv thing like a gooa snovv.ng. wouut
secure him tuturc matcnes. rto would prob
ably be defeated by an good Dan. am of
this country and would llgnt to a steadily
decreasing tlze of house. But he would
have maoe enough, when uh tne American
bantams hid liiKcd him. to return home
and live on easy street.
This little plan will most HKcI be nipped
in the bud. as it 4 becoming too v.niel
known. Tokell would p.ove u strong attn c
tion with any American bantam ot reputa
tion; but atter the rumots which nave
leaked out. spectators, would go to such a
bout expecting to see the Bugl'snman
Tnose who have seen the Briton box as
sert that he Is unusuallj clever in the
stcreotjped Dngllsh style of fighting: that
Is. he has a left Jab. Can duck qu'ckly and
has a good defense and power of sllppng.
It he sparred at a distance he would .un
doubtedly make a good showing for a few
rounds against some stronger but less clev
er boy. such as Feltz: but his end would be
Inevitable, through his laik ot hitting abil
ity. Moreover, ducking in this country his
been practically driven out of existence by
the development of the hook. The hook Is
little ucd b Kngllh fighters. Tokell
would most likely meet an unpleasant sur
prise the first time he tried to duck one of
those hooking upperculs popular with Good
man and Feltz. He knows this, or at least
has some hunch that he would not have
smooth sailing In such a bout; so he Is
said to be waiting for a big house and a
meeting with Forbes.
His left Jab seems to be his strongest
point. He can hoot out th's fist like
Abe AtMl. hut Is said to have none of
Ab's power of defence at close range. If
the men fnii.hi nnH.r straight Marnuis of
Queensberrj' rules, as Interpreted In this
country. Goodman Feltz or Forbes would
pound him to pieces In a round or two.
Even Tommy Love or Johnny Regan Is
selected in preference to Tokell b those
who have seen him work: that Is. If those
men fought him under rules permitting 'hit
ting In clinches.
Tokell would probably box with any of
them if the men were to break clean, but
as he Is not said to be especially fast on
his feet and Is said to be addicted to slip
ping Into clinches, it Is difficult to see how
he could escape from an eventual defeat.
It Is expected that definite announcement
of some match for the little Briton will
be made shorUy. as he will have to take on
the second-raters If he falls In on attempt
to be matched with Forbes.
L F?Uowin out th sUjrll0lL in yj81"" .
daV Republic, Charley Uauhion of the j
he wouI(i Bve any pugilistic candidates who J
Wisned to apoear in pub J ic. an opportunity
ircci aaiiii i tun nnnii imlxu .-. v-snaiik timt
xo mane a snoffclne in pn,",,t ai mi t
'- SSffiSfJgK t" give a smal, '
tighter Is evolved he will be put on In one
of the clufra regular preliminaries, Haugh-
ton states h will receive entrVs at the
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- iON JKVNI
of fingtr billiards.
four or three round bouts on one after an
other, as toon as the doers of the club are
opened Thursday night.
Thus. If a patron of the Institution ar
rives three-quarters or half an hour ahead
of time, he will wltnen boxing of a sort.
The nuility of these bouts Is not guaran
teed. They are merely Intended to serve as
trj-outb If a local man who has a huncn
that he Ii a tighter and a grievance be
cause he can't get a bout on his own t.ay
. reallj is anxious to be tested; he will be
given an opportunity.
Any aspirant for pugilistic glory, there
fore, ma go out and register at the club,
and. If an opponent of .similar weight can
be found among the. remaining entries, he
will be put on The enly recessarles are
good condition and ome. knowledge of the
game. This last quality must be enough
to prevent the bout from degenerating into
a farce or into a brutal exhibition.
Whether the experiment will be a soiccesi
or not. remains to bt- seen. Many of the
alleged boxers of this city who are clamor
ing ior a ngnt will lose the'r ardor if they
discover that they will be expected to prove
their merit first This gentry are only too
wllllrg to flim-flam club managers and
patrons by swearing they know all the fine
points of the game and then quitting when
they enter the ring They are sure of a
loser's end. and that is all they care about.
Thtn they wonder why tho are never given
a chance to show thEIr demerit In the local
Hauenton states that If a man is really
sincere In a desire to be tried out and If he
makes a good showing, he will be given an
opportunity in future opening events. It re
mains for the dues to prove whether they
are really anxious to fight, after all. Some
of the officials of the club have confidently
predicted that not a single cne of the nolsv
clement will appear for try-outs when thty
learn that thev can only hope for a small
sum to pay their expenses.
This question of the feather-weight limit
is assuming somewnat serious proportion:
! literally and physically. When O'Keefe
' ?ni J'an ,met last evening, they would
L",'01eh" ?& l'll"ltCi??d s?SiIV.e "SSr
KJ1'1 "' they we light weights, let
Jhe met at li3 pounds, the recognized
llf-hl-.i el nh. llmll
if Joe Uans anneared on the scene and
oflered to fight either man for the champ
pionshlp tltlo at 133. both would probably
Indignantly refuse on the ground that they
were feather weight, and could not be ex
pected to go up out of their class. Yet
Ityan ii certainly aheavler man. normally,
than is Gens. Joe can fight at L3 still,
while Ran sdmlttcdty would have to weak
en himself to make that figure.
it reauv appears us it uans ana unit
werp '; fat,?r?.,n Keeping so many of the
Present-day 1 ght Welght in the sp-called
reainer-wcigni utvision. t-Ttncr tne negro or
the Pacific Coast fighter seem capable of
disponing of most men of their weight, and
this fact undoubtedlj h'ls Its effect on many
legitimate 133-pounders who won't fight at
IVxvc Sullivan Is an examp'c. He f a
light weight ard not a feather weight. Yet
It looks a if Gan- should easily dispose of
him. if the two ever got together. It Is
easj to see. therefore, why Dave should
Krefer the lesser dlv.sion. Dave has to strain
inr-elf to make les9 than ISO or 119 these
dav.: vet he Drefers doint? that tn ri.htinzr
mulching the feather-weight champion win
Immv- Urltt has stirred un much Interest.
and It looks as though Co i bet would stand
a lirst-cla-s change of defeating cither Btltt
What seems needed Is an, agreement be
tween the fight clubs of the country to per
mit men to fight for championship titles
only at son e recognbfd Weight. Such an
agreement could tc made much mo-e reid y
now. whei the clubs control inz thsbhz bout
of the country are comparatively few. than
whtn so m-iny wild-cat organizations wtre
Just at presort the only clubs worthy of
consideration In the leading divis'on arc the
three chief clubs of Chicago, the West Knd
Club of th s city, the Southern Athletic Clu'i
or 1-ouLsviue. ire mternat anal Ciub of Fort
Krle rnd the Hajcs Val cy anl Ean FrarcH
co Athletic clubs. The managers of all these
organizations are Ecquainted and could
read ly come to an agreement on the welht
question. It is not necessarv to consder
the P.ttsburg. Philadelphia. Milwaukee cr
Snvnnnah clubs. It the Vapor City Club of
Lot Springs continues to pull oft good bolts
"jnU!,t be conldered as a factor, however.
Tbc institution mentioned are th- only
clubs where championship battl's could be
condupted. Chicago being stricken out In
this list, however, on account of contests
there being limited to sis; rounds. If th
managers of all these clubs would agree on
a bantam 1 mlt of 115 pounds and a festher
weight limit of say 121 pound, nfuslne to
schedule any championship battle In those
classes except at the weight mentioned. It
wou d bring order out of chaos.
The reason for estab'ishirtg lit! pounds as
the feather weight limit instead of the o'd
L2-pound margin. Is the fact that the h'gh
er figure bus been recognized of late as the
IL-"''. weignx limit, .youqg Corbett won
hhe'aSd hrW "'
finhf Tr orirti.T,T 7i i.t .. tV v"
tiftn ansl it n.,u .l fl I ----- - .
ftau,?r" VilJnf i?r? cllal unfala to sf f
wniiM rtLS.?Vi.l,.'i ot m l'ounds' whlcn
won'd affect his title
The otUlnal feather weight limit was 115
P0.umi"' and was raised first to 118. then to
12- So precedent, at least. Is at hand for
setting a ne.w limit at 12S. It Is time that
a halt was called to any further raise, nnd
It appears as If club managers could readily
do "so at present.
SHARKEY ALSO POSTS FORFEIT.
Snya Jack Monroe Una Promised to
Pnt on Gloves With Him First.
New York. Jan. 12. Confident that he can
if h?-Chr-I"KWh,? came ,,nt? Fom"
Inence by hl good showing against James
"barney" Reich. h' manager, posted a Tor-
fei 't5j?, toc.Ind. a match with- the
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FOR TROTTING RAGES
Drivers and Trainers Declare
There Is Much Room for Im
provement in the Rules.
SENATOR BAILEY INTERESTED.
Texas Statesman Promises to Meet
Horsemen in a Few Weeks for
a ''Heart-to-Hcart" Talk
-ct. York. Jan. 11. Senator Joseph Bailer
of Texas, w ho is chairman of the committee
recently appointed by H. M. Hanna at the
Hoffman House conference of Grand Cir
cuit track managers to Investigate the con
dition of affairs on the trotting turf, has
signified his Intention to slip away from
the Senata chamber at Washington long
Jnough to meet the drivers of harness races
In Connecticut and New York In the last
week of January and have a "heart-to-heart"
talk with them concerning the
changes which are needed to improve the
If some of the driver, talk to Senator
Bailey as they talk, among themselves he
will hear radical-views expressed as to the
requirements of the situation.
Contrary to the belief of very many per
sons, the men who make a business of
training and driving' harness horses do not
seem to desire the overthrow of the Na
tional Trotting Association, nor are thev
clamoring for any reforms which cannot be
effected by means of a few Important
changes in existing rules.
W. J Andrews, who drove MascoL 2-04.
and John R. Gentry, 2.-Ort4. to the world's
record In their day. believes most of the
plague spots of the trotting tu'f could be
eradicated bv the individual driving cluos
composing the National Trotting Associa
tion. If the central organization would make
Just one change In the provisions ot the turf
"Let the National Trotting Association re
peal the rule which sajs that every horse
tn a race must be driven to win every heat. '
he remarked to-dav; "and then let the driv
ing clubs make all races two In three and
stop public betting exeppt on the final re
sult of the race, and I will stoke my repu
tation as a driver that we shall hear no
more complaints about laying un heats.
"I know it Is often said the tracks cannot
get along without t!-e revenu derived
from bookmaklng on the heats, but I
don't believe IL Why. I remember when
bookmaker" were unknown on the trotting
turf, and the tracks made more money than
George W. Spear, the trainer of Lord Der
by. 2 05. says the whole system of har
ness racing needs revision.
Some or the rules are pretty naa. out
the practices are worse than the rules, in
my opinion" war Spear's first comrasi:
wren asked to state his views. "If the
grand circuit track managers were to get
together and trv to frame a plan for tempt
ing drivers to cheat they could not Improve
very much on the way the do things now.
"What Is needed to Improve the sportT
"First of all. stop the betting on heats.
You will never see clean racing until that
Is done. Repeal the rule about driving for
every heat. Then shorten the races to two
in three so (hat nulrk Action ran hf had bv
betting on the final results. Give the win-
ner a large part ot the purse and make It
unprofitable to trot for second money.
Appo'nt compeunt fudges to go through
the circuit, and give tbrm the power that
the stewards of. the Jockey Club have, so
they can carrv cades along from week to
week and withhold their deci"iois i.ntll
they have heard the evidence on both sides
and sifted It. Do away with most of tie
early closing stakes, which o often -ro-duce
One-elded races. You cannot expect
the public to pay to see horses that are
well-known to outclass their fields go
through the formalltv of foreclosing their
mortgages on the purees."
StILOn BEC03IDS A TIGILIST.
Robert II. Calhoun, Champion Boxer
of tbe Rniy. QnU. the Service.
New York. Jan 12 Escorted by more
than a hundred cheering man-o'-warsmen.
Rohert II. Calhoun, pride of the Glory
Holes, of half a dozen battleships and
champion boxer of the Navy, bade fare
well to the service and walked out bf the
New York Nav v Yard a civilian, prepared
to meet the best featherweight lighters In
Calhoun graduated in Tom bnarneys anu
S -"- to VTroSf tSKFoV '
? - t "y heer merit. His modicum of
U,ll, .i...'o nlrt rlnu.lni- nllwre anil I
lame nas Detn camea, pcrniips, lunnerinio i
ne uvwa ui nisi earn iiiun t-vr-i in. i ;;" .-. -. -r-, vw UaMabc .iuu
Jim Jeffries's. He has fought in all theMVlngo for alleged "false and malicious
climes nnd in several countries. statements" concerning him in the primary
Calhoun's most notable victory was fought
on the battleship Alabama, when he
knocked out "Spike" O'Toole in twelve
rounds. Naval men say It was one of the
best sea fights ever witnessed.
Calhoun has found a manager In Monte
Cross, a ball player. The former sailor Is
likely to be heard fiom soon.
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i-os.ti!v curfd. Out-of-town t-
tlents treated by mall. Book free.
$1.00 PER. WEEK for Treatment.
You could bu no tetter for IM a week.
Consultation free. Call or write. Hours: 9 a. m.
to S p m. SunJa3. 10 a. m. to : p. m.
TRAIN ICE-BOUND 1 5 HOURS
IN THE DETROIT RIVER.
raesKer Arrnke In Midst of Great"
Floe, nnd Go IlBBKry I'ntll
Tfaey Land tn Canada.
Detroit, Jlkh.. Jan. 12. The passengers on
the Wabash Railway's eastbound "Conti
nental Limited" had the unique experience)
last night and to-day of being Ice-bound for
fifteen hours In theDetrolt Itlver tjn board
the transfer steamer Great Western.
The train was backed onto the ferry here)
! about midnight last night, four hours late.
most of the passengers being asleep at the
When they awoke this morning they were
out in the river In the midst ot a great
field of Ice.
It was 3 o'clock this afternoon when th
Great Western finally forced a passage In
to a landing sli. on the Canadian side ot
the river, and ihe "Continental Limited"
was pulled off the boat.
There was no dining-car or buff.t on the
train, and th. passengers were a hungry
lot. The train aeparted for the East at
Westbouhd train No. 9, on the same road,
which was scheduled to leave here at 1.19
this morning for Chicago, did not arrive
1 ire until after 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Tho train was h.Id up in Windsor over
n'ght and nil the mcrnlng. waiting for a
steamer to carry It across the river.
The passengers- were kept warm and
comfortable m the cars. Train No. 1, the
westbound 'Continental Limited," which
was due here at lun this morning, arrived
at 5 o'clock this artcmoon. To-night the
Wabash is using the Grand Trunk transfer
slips, nh-ch art. farther up the river and
frier from ltc. v
STEPHENS CHARGES SLANDER.
Declares G. C Vinj,o Injured Him
in I'limary Election.
Salem. Mo.. Jan. 12. John SI. Stephen
fomer rrocate Judge or Dent County. Mis
souri, and at nresent Serrpant-at-Arm. n.
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'""' ' -- !" ui.-i-luu IH.
the Msaouri State Senate" filed a damage
suit today in the Dent County Circu.t
"' -,u"- "Li"" "r nanucr.
Afpra, Colo The case against Leonard
Dingle, former teller of the Asien State
Bank, charged with embezzlement of 45.
000. has been nclled. it is understood a set
tlement was mad with tbe bank.
I L Jfj
j. xi.'arLza' ets oo..
of St. Louis, are now operattnz the
ienu money oirecc to John J. Rvan. Wr
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