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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1911
! .- : j r - r - - . , 1EET LEAGUE IS Ti.pt k l call today by ; s Oii.i.,:i Tt'pl'k.l Hatteries WnMi. and I'aytn-; I..ik, Fu Ki rns and H.irkius. the "esl rn Icaism of 7 t 3. K. 11. I- 1 WASH THAT ITCH AWAY o S oinia;. 1 !-; sate, Siefcrt Mini "1- DEADLOCK Ten Club Proposition Believed to Be Rock of Discord on Which Baseball Organization Will Split, inr Morning Jonrnul Hnwlal lnd Wtrel Chicago, March 1!9. The Throe "I" linseball league will Vine another , "... .11. ...u ihtn the niemliers f the right clubs meet Friday, according to President Al Tlerney today. The ew rock on which he fears a split will he the recommendation of the National commission that a ten-club league be formed for this season in order to protect the interests of the Quincv, III., club. Tlerney fears the four northern clubs either will take a stand against admitting more clubs or will line up against the four southern clubs over the Identity of the teams to be taken In. The southern clubs, according to Tlerney are prepared to work for the urtmlssion of yuincy and Decatur, 1 II. The northern clubs, if they vote to extend the league, are sunl to be a unit for Cedar Rapids, la. race, who Suin- his rough riding In the first when his mount. Miss Tirm won, was disqualified for foul. inary: First race, stlling. 2-year-olds, 4 furlongs Pretty Soon Won. llecovi second, Hunger l'.attle third. Time, :47 1-5. .Second race, selling, 3-year-olds, ti furlongs Ossabara won, Horn pie sec ond, Haccuni third. Time, 1:13. Third race, si lling, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Alma Loy won, Ccm. moll second, l'edro third. Time, 1:27 1-5. Fourth race I mile rnole second, Jim 1:39 4-5. Fifth race, selling, 3-year-olds and up, ti furlongs Kxecute won, Salali second, flint Tucker third. Time, 1:12 4-5. Sixth race, selling:, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Court Lady won, Ned Carmaek t 'cond, Nyunza third. Time. 1:2X. I ile Sox (1, St. .lo-opli 0. St. Joseph, Mo.. March 2!'. Chii'iiL-n White Sox first squad out St. Jose;h today. 6 to . Hatt M-ies- Scott and Hlock; merman ;.nd Coo. The shut Tim- fin m mm r'lIU IIIIUUIIU WW ill w w , FOR JOHNSON i ; in i-'ut io i:, v.,-iv 1: yoq hn ,it !"J i that .mli c i ry i IV, i i at oin o. t. seml cure? I'.Ut .i! tin SO llWt hero l.i ,1 th.'i ib. I :i and giv e t . ! in fi : and r .-ki it i v 1'ial by v a., ,,,al,l 1 i :! it. tl. oubh 1 1 t.. t ik-' a t ip Would you !n,t ol'r I.i;t litll , :1 II od not b a ant spring". !' our own lionii" handicap, S-year-olds. Hon won, Htdtle Su. llasey third. Time, Hope of the Black Race Still n.r- CM .:K A U, i m- oare m jan wiui nnuuii-i i Scorching Charge Yet to Bel He.i'd. ' , 111 ttl, ;-. d I . ion '11 ll'.ll'vC i 1 alfo) e o willinu l'-ud 111. home Io: !i. r is right mil! ol Willi. lll.irodi i,ts l. It. 1'!.'- M ii i lion will bring iiw.ml relief to tliat t i-rible burning il h. and leave the skill as smooth anil healthy lis that of a child. I'.eM possible iiiili for pimple:- mid I all skill imnuritios. on have not iilmurv trbd II. .t il,-"' cent bottle today. We assure yott of instant relief. J. II. O'Ucilly Co. A si m do wash of i I green, TliM'nd mid other as i ompoundi d only In 1 . fiTPTnnn in nniliml I'll ll'IIKI II IIIIIHII I ' uMtidUfi id ruirvtni nniuin TlinnilP 1 tftHINUIHHUNt SAYS MURPHY Leader cf Tammany Hall Out i Violent Attack on Ma Charged With Sheehan, 4. II I ' I J. right on wh....' iucpokt or the condition. F THE I FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBVJCEKQTF, NFAV MEXICO, BOX BALL SCORES. itox Hall. Teams No. 3 and Xo. 5 played two games last night on local alleys. Team No. 5 walked away from No. 3 by pins in the two games. No. 4 ond No. 6 will play tonight. Scores: NUMIiEK THRU" 1 Wilnoii 327 At .lacksonvillo. Jacksonville. Fla., March 2'J. Fol lowing are the results of today's races: First race, 4 1-2 furlongs Ameri can Girl won, F,fi'icien y second, Irish Town third. Time. :56 2-5. Second race, 5 1-2 furlongs Itye Straw won, Plutocrat second, Missive third. Time, 1:10, Third race, 1 mile Aspirin won, Live Wire s-cotid, Omnia third. Time, 1:42 3-5. Fourth race, the I'alatka Del lit'.?: stakes, 6 furlongs Darling won .All Ued second, Eagle Hird third. Time, 1: 15 1-5. Filth race, 0 furlongs Golden I'oarl won, Mucins second, Wise Ma son third. Time, 1:15 3-5. Sixth race, 1 mile and a 16th Naughty Lad won, Oracle second, Muff third. Tim?, 1:49 2-5. I By Morning Journal Special I-mwod Wlrl I San V rancisco. March 2:. Jack Johnson, heavyweight champion, was ordered in!o court and again' son- tenced to twenty-live days In jail by notion of I'olloe Judge Treadwcll. The judge said lie took this action to f,, v.. via II iiiiv on slioli of the legality of the original sentence from wliii Johnson uppoaled to the superiol court. An additional charge of atito mob.ile speeding will be heard against Johnson on April 4. Soon alter John son returned to jail his attorneys tiled a petition for a writ of hub as corpus in the appellate court. The first district court of appeal late today refused to grant a writ of habeas corpus to Johnson and his sole remaining recourse Is an appeal to the state supreme court. ILLS FHQ Mill: E WITH SSO.OOD lt Murnlnj .t.mrnul HimxIkI WIrfl Albany. March 2'J The third ses sion of the reconvened democratic senatorial caucus lasted tonight long enough to permit Senator Colli n to move for an adjournment until ll):3i tomorrow morning. None of the out- :ind-out 'Insurgents attended. One of the rumors afloat tonight was that hallos r. .Murpny iaoreu 'liarles Cady llerriik, If assured of noiigli insurgent votes to elect him. u ., tai,l however, that several ol the insurgents would not pledge them selves to llenick, hut prefer Jhn P. Keruati. ty i lExpicss Messenger Disappears With Mexican bank bhip- ment; Buys Jewelry at Mazatlan, 1 ii it AT T1IK fl.OSK OK 11VS1NESS MAKCll 7. 19U. lltiiourco. Loans and Dlsoounta $1,668,947.64 ltonds. Securities, etc 14.664.02 Hanking House and Ftirnitutj 41,496.90 Vnlled States ISonds. Cash und Exchanse.. Total . . 332,500.00 . . 1.215,073.05 1.S47.573.0S .J3.283.680.61 Murnlut; Juitrnul 8tf-1:d i:i I'e o, Tex., Man Ii stoA of the disaiicaian Ii-hkpiI Wlrii 2:i. 'I'll- c of A. W. Lianiinles. Capital 200,000.00 Surplus and Troilts 67,358.97 Circulation 200,000.00 deposits " 2.826,323,64 O'Connor Rogers Ilerzman AVertz NUMBER 1). Robinson J. Wilson 31. Umbrage E. Gentry 301 U. Crane 294 324 , .300 . .253 ..313 FIVE. 1 ..341 . .299 . .303 2 Totals 2S1 fiOS 3S0 704 301601 301554 211551 2 Totals 372713 350649 308613 337 63S 336 C30 .standing. No. No. No. No. No. No. O. P. '. I j. I'et. ..7 5 2 714 ..8 5 3 625 ..7 4 3 R71 . .7 (". 3 571 . . 8 1 a 0 375 ..7 1 6 152 NIP AND TUCK GAME IN BILLIARD TOURNAMENT 1000 SPECTATORS AT JACKSONVILLE VIEW BIG SPEED CARNIVAL New York, March 29. Although beaten In tonight's block by one point, John Daly of Chicago, whose title of world's champion at 3-cushioh 111 liards was challenged by George W. Moore of this city, won the three games series by a total of 150 to 131. Tonight's game was a nip and tuck affair, first one and then the other leading, ral.v running out his 150th point for the three nights' play in th? ninety-eighth inning. The score of the game was Moore, 51; Duly, 5(1. F.nch nlav-T had a high run of six. 1 Alfred do ro. from whom Dalyi won the championship, challenged the latter to a return match. Slu-ruln (o Coach Kansas. Eawrenco, Kan.. March 29. Ralph W. sdicrwin of Dartmouth college and n tackle on the All-American football team for 1909 wes today chosen to coach the Kansas university football team here next fall. COAST kHTILLEHY F Fargo Kmuvss mes- with J.'.ii.iiiiO in cur told by the ex press OR HONOLULU Twenty Companies May Go Ac-1 cording Id Rumor; Trans- j ports Held at Galveston! Ready to Receive Troops, Galveston, Tex., March nrmv transports Kilpatrick, SUNDAY BASEBALL BILL IS EXPECTED TO PASS Jacksonville, Fla., March 29. More than 10,000 spectators lined the Atlantlc-PaUlo betich course today to witness the second days' automobile speed carnival. Close and exciting finishes characterized the events, especially in the 10-mlle free-for-all handicap, ' In which the leaders crossed the wire well bunched and only a few teconds apart. In the 5-mile open national beach championships for cars or 161-23H cubic Inches, Tower and Kvans, in Warren-Dctroits, cupturod first and ueer.ml i,l:iOOS reSllCC t i Vol V. TltO 10- mlle open for curs of 231-300 cubic Inches, Class 1!, Herb Wilson ol Jacksonville, driving a Cole, defeat ed Hughie Hughes in his Mercer. In the 10-milo open race for curs of 301-450 cubic Inches, the Mercer was scratched and Wilcox, in a Na tional, was an added starter. Mcrz, Jn a National, fought it out with Wil cox for first honors and won by four pTpconds. The 10-mile open free-for-all cars. Class 1), non-stock, furnished keen excitement. Wilcox, In a National; llurman, in the liulck Hug; and Pis brow, in u Pope-Hartford, went to the post anil although Kurman had clutch trouble, he managed to finish second to Wilcox, nine seconds ahead of Disbrow, who was gaining rapidly. In the two 10-mile free-for-nll handicaps, Class 1), non-stock, nine cars started. Hughes, In IiIh Mercer, won the first event, whilu Wilcox, in a National, after lighting it out des- pcratcly with Disbrow, In u Pope Hartford, crossed the wire a fraction of a second ahead of him in the sec ond event. The last event was the record trials for one kilometer free-for-all cars, llylnsr start, Class D, non-stock, no trials for cum of less than scventy tlve miles an hour, liurman, in the ltulck Hug, made the llrst trial, but the timing apparatus failed to work und his timn was not recorded. He did not run the race over. Wilcox, In a National, followed and negotiated the distance In 22:25 sec onds. Burniun, In the l'.litzen IJcnz, covered the distance In 19:26 sec ond". oMfifM holds the world's kil ometer record, 17:64 seconds, made on March 23, 1910, in the Hlitaen lteiii. The breaking of the oil pijic connection prevented the car from equaling Its record, llurman said alter the race. Lincoln, Neb., March 29. The bill permitting Sunday baseball except where forbidden by the local author ities was taken up by the Nebraska house of representatives today in committee of the whole and recom mended for passage. Governor Ala- rich has Intimated no intention to ve to the measure. The bill has passed the state senate. 2 9. The Sumner und MeClollan In port here were to day supplied with forage sufficient I" last the horses of a regiment Severn' weeks. The transports hae been fullv iirovisloned and supplied with 'ammunition and are being held In In stant readiness for the embarkiul in i of troops. I A rumor reached camp today thai it was the intention of the war d -j partmont to dispatch twenty compa nies of coast artillery to Iionololu 'from eastern posts. Hawkins. V. 1 m iici r, together r-'iuy, bus belli olTici.'i Is. The llineo do Sonera of lleinio sillo, tiny slate, shin. ad $..0,i)0 in hunk nous by Weils Furgo to Its brain Ii in Guuynuw. The bank ad vised its branch of the semlii,,; of the moli.'y and Wells Fargo & Co. re ceipted for llio package containing it. The money consisted of 50ti bank notes of the year 1911 ol' $liu) each. The (iiiavinus branch telegraphed the Hermohillo office that the money bail not been received. An Investigation was started and it was I, al lied that A. W. Hawkins, the e press mes senger, had made inquiries at Guay nias in reference to tin- sailing dates of vessels from Mazatlan before lib' departure for that oily. It wua also learned that he mane imiulries in reference to securing American and foreign exchange at the ban'.cs. I he robbery took place oil March 21 and on March 22 Hawkins was seen in Ma-'.at1!!!!, where with a colitederate named Arjji lies, he Is said to have .it.nl inaaev lavisbb. biivi'lir a SlillU diamond ring uml a ?jnil wat' h. TORPEDO BOAT FIREMAN SHOT THROUGH FOREHEAD AND INSTANTLY KILLED BASE BALL coast i,n.(a i rortland I, l.os At l.os Angeles. 1 os Angeles Portland Angeles 0. R. H. 0 1 1 6 K. Butteries Steen and Kuhn; and Abbott. (Ten innings.) Crlger Oakland 3, Sacramento . At Sacramento. R. H. fin Win nit 3 7 Sacramento 0 7 4 Hatteries Knight and Mitze; Thompson and Thomas. YcruMi , San Tranclsco 2. At San Francisco. R. H. K. Vernon 6 10 1 San Francisco s 4 Hatteries Raleigh and ' Hrown; lirownlng and Schmidt. (1,0011 ritoors ix ciiicago .MII.ITAHV TorilXAMKXT. Chicago, March 29. Six thousand troops, Including the state national j guard, federal troops and members of i rack regiments from neighboring I slates, will participate In a military tournament to be held on th" lake front from July 23 to 30. ELECTION FRAUD Bl MINISTER Army DcfeatH Manhattan. West Point, N. Y., March 29. Hy timely hitting und errors the army ,l..r, it, -A Manhattan college of New York city 7 to 0 today. RACE RESULTS At .IlllHTZ. Juarez. Mex.. March 29. I'nclc Hen, u candidal.' for the Junrex derby, to be run Sunday, qualified for the event by easily winning the mile handicap at Terrazag park today, ih trailed his fie'd to the tipper-nun and came with a rush and won nicely In hand. Jockey Rice was suspended for the remainder of the meeting by the starter for . his unruly ectioin at th post on Mettle Sue, The stewards set down Nolan for the me.tlng for Kansas City K, ( levclaiul 7. i.,,u1j r'itv Mo.. March 29. In spite of ft home run by Pcmott of Cleveland In the eighth inning with two men on liases, the Cleveland American leaguo team lost today's game to Kansas City of the Ameri can association. Score: R. II. K. Kansas City 8 " - Cleveland '. . 1U 4 Hatteries Maduox, Powell, Hitter and James; Young, Mitchell and Nagle. (Seattle Jury Takes Two Minutes to Convict Registration ueik of Illegally Entering Names on Roll, Seattle, Wash., March 29. Rev. K. II. Sutton, a Presbyterian minister who screed as a registration clerk (luring the precinct registration for the recall election last month, was found guilty today of Illegally enter ing names an the registration books by a Jury In the siinerior court. The penalty for the offense Is from one to live years In prison. The Jury was out two minute:'. l.os Angeles. Cal., March 29. F. M. Hell, second class liicman on the torpedo boat destroyer Stewart, whs accidentally shot and killed today during a sub calibre target practice at lier ehr's bay, Santa Rosa island. Hell stepped in front of a .30 calibre rifle Just as Hie gunner pulled the trigger. The bullet struck licit in the forehead, kill ing him Instantly. The gunner was sighting through a telescope focused on a target. The body was brought to Sun Pedro. Hell was twenty-four .seats old and bad been ill the service seven years. His father, Fred W. Hell, lives 111 Dallas, Tex. Kxtrav.igaiicy I u y . (leiti. ONE DAYONLY Albuquerque SAL APR. Mritl'IlY MAM S viori:T ATTACK VPON STKrsoN New York, March 29. Charles F. Murphy, leader of Tammany Hull, came out tonight in a violent attack upon Francis l.ynile Stetson, a New York lawyer, charging him with working openly with Frank II. Piatt, son of former I'nitcd States Senator Thomas C. Piatt, in making a deal .eitit th.. reiiulilienn machine to elect a man of his own selection for l ulled States senator. Ho charges Mr. Stetson with being" that mysterious power w hich has been behind the Insurgent move at Albany avid which caused Mr. Sheehan to be assailed by every conceivable form of abuse, "All efforts to discover the Identity of the man really responsible for this action have been in vain," continues Mr. Murphy's statement, "1111111 yes terday, when with brazen eirrontery, characteristic of his entire career, Fiancls Lyrule Stetson, u political T'luiriuoc Kieinied Into the limelight and boldly assumed charge of the en tire movement. ' "Wiui Is this Francis I,vndo Stet son.' asks Murpiiy, ami men pio- ooeds to ask if Mr. Stetson Is not the same man who organized us counsel, the steel trust, the "greatest place r stork watering an, I stock jobbing in modem times, and which Is Just about to be Investigated by the congress of the United States. "Is he tho attorney at once for J". I'lerpent Morgan and for Thomas F Ryan? Is he the man who organlji.'il Hie Northern Securities company, which the supreme court of the Unit ed States held to be an Illegal, If not a criminal organization '.' lld ho not organize the International Mercantile Murine tho shinning trunt; the rub ber trust; the harvester trust and otiur similar bodies'.' Along this line Mr. Murphy pro- reilu with bis attack, listing a dozen corporations of which he declared Mr. Stetson was a director and then adds: "This man Is not alone the repre sentative of the Interests he Is the personification of the Interests lei is one of the Interests." NieiMin No liitoi-oxlcil. When told of Mr. Murphy's attack on hint tonight, Mr. Stetson said: "1 don't care to have you rend it to me, I am not at all Interested In anything Mr. Murphy has V. sa; n bout me. Mr. Murphy Is cntltl 'd lo form and express any opinion of mo he sees lit. 1 think he is large' v Jus tified In his resentment." Charles F. Murphy's attack on Fiancls Lynde Stetson was variously Interpreted, bill most of those who read it. agreed that Its chief slguifi ennee was I h:it the end of tlie scna lur.shlp fight was not us near as re cent developments forecast. Some of tb,. Insurgents believed Hint It meant negotiations between the Tammany leader nnd tho Insurg ents had failed and that Mr. Murphy believed the democrats outside the organization were on the point of Joining with the republicans to elect 'independent democrat. Total. , , $3,283,680.61 1 ' k4'l' MONTEZUMA GROCERY AND LIQUOR COMPANY Copper and Third lioportcil nml Donntlo (iixxlM. Specially of I.ucca I'ure Ollne Oil Whole-ale ami Retal' Uquor. Agon! for Mm Anioulo Mine, AIwrvm I resli. Vile, Itlght. Cull. IMioiio or Send for Solicitor. I'liono 10i. Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Capital and Surplus, $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS Oak and Maple Polished Flooring Builders' Supplies Albuquerque Lumber Co., 423 N. 1st St i CASAVERA CREAM Hyaicnic, Greaselcss, Cleansing, 50c a j'. The Williams Drug Company 117 V. OidrHl. I'lue J'roni PUNK PANTS FOR iwnijnmjiiiniM ir PDORii IGOAGTSINIOamTES rift im 35,01 BLAZE HI mm CITY Salt l4iLe 15, ISoslon 10. Salt Lake City. I'tah, March 20. f-'alt Uikn won the second name with the Boston Americans today, 13 to 10. .Score: n. H. K. Salt Lake 13 10 8 Iloton 10 12 3 Hatteries Jinks, IJynl and l'urk lin; o'Hroen and Nim.imakcr. Princeton 7," IlouYloln 0. l'linteton, N. J., March 29. Fo! lowing Is tho Bcore of today's game ft. II. K l 'i i in 1 1 1 n 7 7 Howdoln 0 3 Five Innings; wet grounds. IViuilvann .1, At Philadelphia. Pennsylvania I.chiKh lit-lilKll ). It. 3 0 II. K. 6 " 1 1 Entire Business Section of Madison Threatened By fire; Water Mains Burst and Keo kuk Is Asked foi A'd. TWIN" H C lilcaito 7, Topcka S. Topcka, Kan., March 29. The Chl eai;o America nil No. 2 defeated the Mnrnln Journal Huwlnl Il Wlr' .Madison, low a, Manh Z!t. i' ir which consumed the county court house last nixht threatened the fill Ire liliHlness section. All tile county rec ords were destroyed. The fin' liiirned fiercely for sevr n hours, ii'l the records IioIiik In the vaults now covered with Masting coals. At 1 o'clock this mornlilii win n the nr.. threatened to eoinuiiiniente to other hulldlnKS. the water mains Im and an appeal wns sent to Keokuk fur a fire l imine to nssl.it In prevent ing a spread of the flumes. The lom Is now estimated at $35,0110. Id wuv 23ABY ELEPHANTS. Vk 33 INCHES TALL WSkirM GRANGE AND iitSii WONDERFUL ALSO HERB OF BIGGEST ELEPHANTS SUPERB, SPECTACULAR. ORIGINAL CIRCUS, EDO People, 450 A.nimsls R A RY HIPPOPOTAMUS 40-SELLS'FLQTO CLOWNS -40 FIGHTING THE l-LArwtb Gorgeous Street Parade 1 0j30 O'CLOCK EACHMORNIMQ 10,000 Scats- Twlceltt Former Sirs Bring all the folks and see KENYON WUHED FOR DOLLIVEH'S SEAT New roni'iany. (leni today. Ccnorsl Admission TLUDynd Date for vourself a Fifty-Cent Cir cus for 25 cents 2 Cntn(iVt for- Holn orShlnrt 2 and I p. tii. Doors'Open Oe Hour Earlier, Admitting of a Visit to the Bij zoo Action of Republican Caucus ot Des Moines Determines can didate for United Stales Sen ate From Iowa. Mnrnln .Innrnil Hiir.lnl lnnwd Vlr lien Molnex, Jn., Mmth 1:9. At a eauciiH of (In out of the I'M republi ean ineinherH of the Iowa liKlHlatui e tonUht, .ImlKe W. S. K.-'nyon wim nominated as the repuldlean party rainlldat.' for IJnited Ktal''H Meiiator, to tiuereeil Senator luilliver, f)f the forty-four nhHcriteex, fifteen hate Wiled for Kenyoii hltlielto, Sixty-four rue ml" Pi kI :neit the ciiuouh call, luif IIih ri oiililli aiiH who have lain otiiiK for .linlne II. K Deeliier did not Ki;ni the eall or partli Ipn te In the laiuun. (in the only Imllot lakin, JudK.' h'fioii reeeivi'd lirt.v-three vote, a majority of all repuhlienn nn inhern In the lenlKlature, and JinlKe lieeriu r ri.( i iv 'd hlx. f ine w as l aKt for Speaker Stillinnli. KepreHelitntiVi John .l:iiolH of Calhoun eounty ire- sided and Seiialor Mrliohm Ilalki-ma vvns Neeretal'V of Hie' euUellH, Wlilrll ti iiii'iii ted m other IiumIui ss. xo'l'H i:. U'o lll receive In Hi" mxt ten iLiv n earload of I II I I .Model I:ilie! aiitoinohlled. If you a- i lllti rested, wait and see the new niodeU Ai.r.uyt'icngi'K cyclk ARMH CO , r13-r,l5 Weft Central. Wealthy' Clothing Manufac turer Charged With Conspir acy to Defraud Uncle Sam By Juggling Trousers, Illy Morning Journiil Hperliil 1.mmI Wliwl New York, March 2D. Chained with coiiHplracy to difraud the In dian Keivl.e of th Interior depart ment hy HubHtlttitlon or shoddy troim er for thoHo of standard quality, Ar thur Hone, n wealthy clothlnK manu facturer of Newark, N. J., was urreBt ed today on a federal warrant. Hohp held a Biib-cnntract for fur rilHhitiK clolhlmt to the Indian service and It is allesed that with Charle" H. tFiirman, chief clerk In the Indian warehouse here, liu roiiHiireU lo re move from the warehouse nevcral easeH of atiinilard Koods, which had passed In.speetloti und substitution for the cases of shoddy Roods. Funnnn has tiirneil government wltncHH. CONTRACTOR STEPHENS PAINFULLY HURT BY FALL FROM BICYCLE Elks' Theater THURSDAY, MARCH 30 The Greatest Emotional Actress 0LGA NETMERSOLE (Uehlcr & Co., MumiRerg) In a New Drama The Redemption of Evelyn Vaudray BY HENRI BERNSTEIN (Author of "The Thief.") SEAT SALE AT MATSON'S Prices: $1, $1.50, $2 iiflsa&EnBKin Frank Stephens, the well-known contractor, was painfully hurt yester day afternoon when he collided with hov whip- rldinif his wh 'e near the corner of Kecond M re-el arid Hold ave nue. Stephens was thrown hendloiii! from his wheel and struck aualnst (I movlntr street car, escaping helm; run over hy a scant niarxin. lie was bail I y bruised up hut mihtainerl no furious Injury. PROBATE COURT WILL HOLD SESSION MONDAY Tho regular term or the court for Iternallllo enmity led 111 Ibis cHy lle.t mornlnif bv Jlidiie Kilemeiio probate will h Monilii Mora nl of KHC'.boln. At that lime also there will be held a meeting of tho board of eounty eoninilHMlnnem. There are several mut'ers of Importance to he taken up '.(fore the court. 2,000 BREWERYMEN IN LOUISVILLE MAY STRIKE Unilsvllle, Ky March SU. Two thousand union brewery work, r here threaten to strike unles they are uranted a wage Inereasu of five per cent b.V rSutiirday. Trip to Chinatown. Uem. PRACTICAL JOKER HEEDS LESSON Fire Laddies Indignant Over Third False Alarm By Some One With Over-Developed Sense of Humor, For the third time In as many works th.' lire department wil called out nt rnliliiiulil last nlnht to box 85, on the coiivr of Atlantic iivctiue and Third streets, t,. what is always ex pected to be a lire, hut just as Often proves to lie a false alarm. Last tilulit the trick was repeated, much to the ilb'Ki::;t of the fire Indoles ulm wcl'.' called from their sleep to appease the aliened sense of humor of some brainless practical joker. Tim Indignation at lire headipiar t r hist riiuli! via intense anil Chief Klein silted Diet an Invextlmitlnn would b.- Immediately Instil uteil and should the Kiillty one be apprehended bo would use every piult'iii ur to Imvo the full penalty of the law $100 lino or ninety days In jail, or both, nt the discretion of the court visit !il upon tho defender.