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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1899.
M'GORMAGK PUT OUT
KID 31'COV RCVEnSKD M VTTEIIS 15
EW YOIUC IAST MGIIT.
Wn Clenrlr Proved Tlint McCor-
mack'ji Defeat of Jlte Kid In Clil-
caso Wni a Fluke McCor
10 to ? ravorlte.
NEW YORK. Sept H Before 4 000 xorle. at the
Lnox AthleUc Club to-night, KW McCoy clearly
prored that Jaclc MeCornatlc ct rblladelphU, oa
by a Cake & few weeks igo In Chlc3. when be
knocked UcCoy out. They met at cAtclnrelghU for a
twenty roand Kg, and McCoy reversed mitt era In a
7 tborocch manner. He elraplr raolhere! tae
big wnatler and made him lock like a novice. He
sent hint 4own several time. Lut McConnack was
not satisfied Jth the treat bine rpellf. as he Uj
Cewn several times without receiving a pjech He
also trantcresEcd the rules hy holdlrc and Trolling,
and ss frequently cautioned. He ?elcad beta;
coecy a couple of times, and tried to catch McCoy
o2 his csard so that ha could swing his right over
McCoy was not to be fooled hy thee wiles, and kept
en the alrt all the time. He would certainly have
put McCornack to sleep had the big fellow stood up
and fought like a rata. The spectators became dl
eusted with McCormack's actions, and so did Referee
Charley White, who sent him to his corner la the
eighth round on account cf his dropping and dcUil
MrCoy the winner.
Before the Cght McCoy wa the favorite at 10 to 5
den money as wagered that the fisbt wraM not
last wtx rounds. After the men had entered tL
nne Peter Mafaer ct'illrnc"1 the winner. McCormack
looked twits as big as McCoy.
Hound 1 McCoy led eff and McCormack backed
away The Kid then led left to Uce McConnack
clinched, and was cautioned fo holding, snd in the
breakaway caught the Kid lth left en fare Mc
Cormack rushed, and they came to a clinch, and Mc
Cormack hored the Kid to the floor and fell on top
of him McCormack tried with both hands for the,
head, but failed to Jand He rushed again, and git
In a light left to the n-ck and to the chest. McLcj
waa taking no chances, and was trj wary
Round 2 McCcrmafk backed away f-om the Kid's
leada and McCoy followed bln up and landed a
rljnt sJcg on the point cf the jaw which fcnocLM
MeConns k on his back H took th- limit to get
ip SLd imbed wildly at McCoy vbo eideatepped and
planted a bard rlghf on the eye. McCormack rusred
in. but McCoy met him with a right uppercut to
tbe cbln MrCormsck chopped a left to the chest
and than the Kid ruahed blm to the comer and land
ed a. left on tbe Jaw, McCormack slipped down and
McCoy fall over him The bell rang before Mc
Cormack bad regained bis feet.
Round 3 McConnack tried ruiUng without get
ting In a blow. He ru&bed and shoved McCoy acroas
the ring and In a breakaway MrCoy caught him on
tbe bead with bis left and a clinch followed Jack
was cautioned for holding. Jack rushed again but
McCoy evaded him and swung right to head. Tha
bell found them sparring
Round 4 McCoy led off with left and right to neck
and bead Jack ditched and was cautioned for
wrestling. McCoy rushed Jack to the ropes and put
bin down with left and right to head Jack took
nine seconds to get up McCoy sparred carefully and
drove Jack to the rcpes with a left jab on the body
snd a right uppercut to the cbln McCcrmark rushed
and McCoy met blm with a straight left on the face
at tbe bell
Round 5 A right vppercut en tbe wind stopped
a rush by Jack and then bs backed into a comer
where MeCcy put him down with a heavy right up
percut under tbe cbln Jack was up within the limit
and he received another hard uppercut on the
breast. McCormack dropped without a blow In his
own corner, but rot tip immediately and came ta
tbe center MrCo waited for an opening, but Mc
Cormack swung bis right back of McCoy's neck.
Round t McCoy led off with a straight left on the
couth and Jack dropped to bis knees and remain 1
down the limit. McCcy sent In a slinging r'ght up
percut on the body and Jack clinched, McCoy, vlth
both bands free, kept them wcrklog on the wind
McCoy escaped a vicious left swing and then snt
several bard ones la on the wind before the gong
Round 7 McCoy led to the face and Jack caught
him back of the neck with his right. McCormack
niched clear arrois the ring and McCoy stepped
aside, letting Jack fall to his knees. X few seconds
later McCoy uppe-cnt him with the right and Jack
went down again for the limit. After be got up
fae landed a left awing on McCoy's face, but had to
resort to dropping to avoid punishment. The ref
eree ordered him to get up, amd the hoots of th
spectators, and McCoy dropped hlra with another
right uppercut. Jack was still down 'when tbe gong
Round t McCoy opened with a right to the body.
Jack clincbed ard tbe Kid gave blm five or tlx
lights over the kidneys and then sent him down
T-tth a right nppercLt. After this there was no
more llgbtlrg in McCormack and he dropped fre
nuently without a punch. Tbe referee made him
get up and MrCoy knocked him down with a left
on the face When he got up again McCoy went
to him wlh a determined look en h'.i face, which
o scared tbe Philadelphia! that he lay down The
referee then rtopped the bout and declared McCoy the
winner. Time of round two minutes and flfty-one
In tbe preliminaries Clack GrlfTa. of Brooklyn, aid
Kid Aah. ft Clnc'nnttl, sparred a brlik six round
draw, and Earn Bolra got tbe dee'slon In the fourth
round over Frank Bryant, who lay down to escape
further punishment. All four are colored.
Padctjr Par-tell TVInn o Flclit.
DENVER, COL., Sept. 27. Paddy Pcrtell. of Den
ser, defeated Charley Goff of Spokane, to-night In
six rounds before the Olympic Athletic Club
The men were scheduled to flcht twerty rounds at
the middleweight l'mlt- Up to the very end of
the Crtt Goff bad all the best of 1L He avermatcbed
Turtell both In height and reach ard Jabbed him
repeatedly wllboat a return Ills farorlte blow was
a left on the face ard a hard right hook to ribs
and he did this In the first two rounds without
Purtell being able tn counter efectlvely In tha
second, fourth and fifth rounds Pu-tell though not
landing nearly as often as Goff occasionally found
his neck and chin with good straight lefts causing
Charley to be more careful Goff kept up Ms lft
Jatbtng and Purteirs eyes b-irsn to show the ef
fects of It. In tbe sistb round rnrtell cnramreM
forcing matters. He Isr led a stiff left on GofTs
neck and got a lixht tight book on ribs In rtu-n.
Then Punell ruthil and swung his left to the
retk. following it with a terrife r'ght swing to the
jaw Colt wert dwn and came up groggy Pur
tell cme again w Ith a bard left swing and Goff
cllrcbcd to save hlrreelf. On the breakaway Goff
snsnagid to keep out of danrr the few remaining
seconds of the round and ssFgered to his comer
His seconds threw up lh sponge Just as the bell
ran for the seventh round as he was still dazed
from Parteirs tlr.ble punches
Goff waa the favorite In the belting at 10 to 8
and Denver sports becked Purtell heavily at thee
odds It being estimated that (75 000 changed hands
on tbe resclt-
GIotp Content nt IVcliu City,
WEBB CITT MO . Srt- 57 (Special ) Bert Young,
of this clt and Ed Courtney, cf Kancas City, had
a glove ccntest at Parker's hall last night for a
purse cf S100 Young rnocked Courtney out In the
twelfth round Ed Udrke. of Springfield, was the
referee The door receipts were 1300 Th bout was
under the Webb City Atlletle Club auspices
notion 14, AVnahlncton 8.
BOSTON", Sept 57 Willis was wild as a hawk to
dsy, giving eight bsses on balls and making file
wild pitches Norton batted McFartind ot.t cf the
bos In two Innings and tour-hed up his successor.
llagee In lively fsthlrn The backstop work of Sul
livan was the only f-ature Tbe gane was called In
the eighth Innlrg oa account of darknes Attend
ance 43" Score
AB II PO A I
AB II TO
0 hie!,erk. ss
1 VrGanr lb
0 I"rceman. rf
liO llrlen. If
C ilercer 3b
V Powers e
0 S 1'McFarland 1
1 11 51
-.30 i 2t 1 3
Score by Innings.
Boston 2 E 0 0 4 0 2
W sshlngton . 4011000 2-
Summary Earned runs Boston. 4, Wsiblnglon 1
Trtobase bits Msgee, McGann, Lowe Home runs
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Eulllran, Loar Stolm bass DuSr. Frirte. First
Law oa bills-OS Willis. 8 oE JlcFarluiJ. Z. off
MR-e. Sacrifice hits hlebei-k. Power- Hit fo
p!tch4 ball McGacn. CLll'rac. Collins. Struct out
Br Willi", I tr llcrarland. 1 Passes' ball Pot.
ere Will fitches Willi.. C Time 2.JJ. Umpires
Swart wood ana Hu&L
Tlrnoklyn 7, 'Ncir Yorlc r.
NEW ionic, ept. T TjrocMyn dcfeatr New
York to-day in an cf cbt-lnnir Katie, the game beii 5
called In that Inning on account of dirLress The
MW iORK. I BROOKLYN
ah 11 ro a n ab h po a n
V Haifa If A 2 1 0 o'lCellfy, If . t 2 2 0
OTI-len. lb 4 1 2 E 0, Kecler. rf 4 5 0 0 0
Darts, n. 4 ; 3 3 C Jenninss. lb 4 0 Jl 1 0
Doyle, lb .. 3 3 11 0 0'Ani'trson. cf . 4 3 2 0 0
deacon. 3b 4 13 1 0 Mrfij're c 4 1110
Warner, c .4 0 0 3 0 Ca.ey. 3b .41013
Fleming cf 4 0 2 0 1 Wrigler. !i . Ill 1
Woodruff, rf 4 1 3 1 01 Daly 3b .41310
Carricl. p 3 10 4 OIK'nnedy, p 3 1 3 0
Totai. 33 11 31 17 1 Tetal- 31 12'33 1 3
O'Brien declared out, hit by batted ball
Score by Innings
New York 10 0 0 3 10 05
Brooklyn . . 0053000 37
Summary named runs r-ofklyr. 1 Twcbaso
hits helley. Anlenon 2, Kennedy Bases oa bal's
Off Kennedy. 2. Struck ojt By Kennedj 1 Ift
on tio N'ew Vorlc. 7. Brooklyn, 4 First base en
errors Sew lork-, 1 Erootlya. 1 Stolen laws
Davis 3, Doyle Double pliy Carrlclc to Daris to
Doyle Will pitch Carrlct r.-nplres ManasAi
and McCarr. Time 1 33. Attendance 303
St. I.onls :t, I.unlnUIIc 2.
ST. ions, Sept. 57 The Terfe'tos defeated
LoulTllle In a veil played game to day by bunch
Ins their hits. Sudhoff pitched In great fn-ra and
kept the Colonels' six hits trell scattered. At
tendance. 521 The score
ST LOUS. I LOLISVILLH
as 11 po a n aii 11 ro a n
Donlin cf .4340 Ollloy. cf .40500
lleidrlci, rf. 5 0 0 0 0'Ketchaa If.. 4 110 0
Burkelt. If . 4 0 0 0 1 Leach. 3b ... 3 0 0 4 0
Schreck lb.. 4 4 It 0 0'Wagner. rf 4 2 10 0
Crow 2b .41360 Illtchc- 2b . 4 2 1 C 0
Wallace es . 4 1 3 3 0 kdly lb . 4 15 0 0
Oilids 2b 3 112 llzimme- e 4 0 3 2 0
O Connor, c 3 0 2 1 0 Cllngman. ss. 4 1 2 3 0
SulhoU, p .. 3 1 0 7 0 Flaherty, p .. 3 0 0 3 0
Totals ... 32 11 27 It 2 Totals . 34 C 21 IS 0
Score by innings
St. Louis 10100100 3
Louisville 10000100 02
Sumrca-y Earned runs SL Louis, 2. Sacrifice
hits Heidrlck. Wagner Twobase hit Ci-dhoff Dou
ble play Cllngman to Rltchey to Kelly Strike out
By Sudhoff, 1 Stolen bases Ketcham. Donlin.
nitchey. Schreckeasost. Time 1 5 Umpires Mc
Donald and Connolly
Chlcnco 4-7, PIIt!iiirc 1-7.
CHICAGO, Sept. 27 Griffith's s'eady pitching an!
Bradley's nonrefol hard hitting won the first game
Most of the runs In tl 0 second game resulted from
bases on balls, Callahan especially being very l!d.
The game was called at the end of the eighth ca
account of darkness, vlth the fecore a tie Attend
ance. C00. The scores
CHICAGO I I ITTSBUtO
AB II PO A nlBeaumoat. cf 4 1 2 0 0
Ryan. If .... E 110 0, McCarthy. II I 1 1 I I
Lange, rf ... 3 0 1 0 0 Wllllsms. 3b 3 1 3 S 0
1 15 1 lliccrecry. rf. 4 2 1 0 0
10 0 0; Dillon, lb . 4 1 11 0 0
McCm'k. 2b 3
0 11 O.l.ly. m ..
Bradley. 2b .
Magoon, ss .
Charce, c ..
4 2 3 0 OiSthriver. c
2 0 3 6 0'talth, 2b
3 0 2 0 0 Gray, p ...
3 0 3 0 1
.... 32 7 37 2l"li
Score by Innings.
Chicago 01001200' I
Pittsburg 00100000 01
fiu-nmsry Earned runs Chicago, I Left on bases
Chicago S, Pimhurg, 5. Twobase hits Bradley,
GrlQth. Threebate hits Eradlev, Mertes. Stolen ba'cs
llertcs (21 Struck rut By G-ay, 1 Bases on balls
Off C-IUth. 1, rff Gray. 3 lilt with ball McCor
mlck, Magoon. Tim 1 33 Umpire O Day.
CHICAGO t riTTSBUHG
AB II PO A E AB lirOAE
Oreea, rf ... 4 3 0 0 0Beaum"nt. cf. 4 1 1 0 0
Lange cf .1110 0 McCarthy. If. 4 1 1 1 0
Everltt. lb . 4 2 1S 0 01 Williams. 3b 2 1 0 3 2
Mertes If 4 0 3 0 0 J'cCreery. rf. 4 2 0 0 0
McCm'k, 2b. S 3 0 7 0 Dillon, lb ... 3 1 8 ,0 0
Tradley. 3b 4 112 0,Ely. 1 4 13 5 2
Magoon. ss . 3 1 0 3 o'Bowerman. c 3 1 7 1 0
Chanee. c .3010 O.Smith 2b 3 1 4 O 0
Callahan, p . S 0 0 4 0 Pa'ker, p 0 0 0 0 0
Cray, p .. . 3 0 0 3 0
Totals .. 34 11 21 16 0
-ota! . 31 9 24 13 4
Score by Innings:
rhlcaga 4 10 110 0 07
Pittsburg ... 16 0 0 0 0 0 07
Summary: Earned runs TTlcago, 1 Lft on bas
Chicago 13 Pittsburg. Twoba hits Everltt, Dil
lon Ely. Magcon Threcbafe hits Smith Home run
McCormlck Sacrifice hits Magoon (2) Lange
Smith llowerroan Stoler bis Williams Stru'k
out By Callahan. 1: by Gray. 1 Pas'ed ball Bow
enuan Dates on bat!-OS Callahan. Sf S Parker.
3. off Gray. 4 lilt with ball Magooa, Bradley. Tims
1 S3 Umpire O'Day
Ilalllmore ll-O, riillndelplila 0-15.
BALTIMORE. Sept. 27 Baltimore and Philadel
phia played a double bradcr to-day. and caeh club
scored a shutout McClnnlty wes a problem for th"
vlsito-s in the first game while Fras-r was easy for
the home betters. Beth te.nu fielded faul.Icsl,
Ncps and McKenna gave a farcical exhibition In ttt
tecond game, while Donohuc was calgmstlcal
thrcughcut- The fielding cf the Phillies compared
favorably wltli the first game, but the Orioles quit
after the second inning and disgusted the shiverinj
spectators Attendance, 1 'jD "cores.
rHILADI LP1IIA 1 BALTIMOTE.
AB II PO A E AB II TO E
Thomss cf 4 0 10 OlMcGraw. 3b 3 3 0 4 0
Douglass, cf 0 0 0 0 0! Holmes. If 4 4 2 0 0
Flick rf .. 4 0 10 0 Fultz If 0 0 2 0 1
Delehsnty, If 4 0 1 0 OlDeMcnt. 5b .. 5 5 5 2 0
Chiles, lb .. 4 1 9 0 OlBrfdle. cf 4 3 10 0
Lauder, 3b... 4 2 0 1 C K-lster s" . 5 2 0 1
Cross, ss ... 4 2 2 Z OlSheckard. rf 5 13 0 0
MrCarland. c 2 0 4 0 0 LaChance, lb E 3 W 0 0
Dolan. 2b 2 0 4 3 0 Fnllh. c ... 4 1 5 1 0
Fraser. p ... 2 1 0 2 0 McG'nnity, p 2 1 0 2 0
Totals . 33 623 11 Ol Totals 27 H 27 14 1
"Holmes out. Lit by batted ball.
Score by Innings:
Phllsdelphla ... .00000000 00
Baltimore . . .2 1 0 2 1 4 0 1 '-11
Summary Stolen baes Holmes, 2. Shecka-d, 2.
McG-aw, 2 Twolisse hits LaChance. Chiles Holmes
Threebase bit McGnw Sacrillce hlt McClnnlty, 2,
MfC.raw Brodle Fin: base on balls Off Fraer. 2,
off MrGln-iity 3 Hit by pitched ball Holmes
Sttutk out By Frarer. 2 by McClnnlty. r Wild
pitches Fraer, 2. Left rn bases Philadelphia 8
Baltimore. S Earael runs Ba'llmore 6. Time
5 50 Umpires Emsbe and Dwyer
AB II PO
AU II PO A E
Thomas, cf.. 3 11
Ful:z. 3b 3
Flick, rf. 2
Delhanty. If 3
Frsser. If ... 3
Chiles, lb ... 4
Lauder. 3b . 3
Cross ss . 4
Douglass c. 3
Dolan 2S 4
Donohue. p 4
Holmes. U... 3 0
DeMcnt. 2b. . 3 1
Harris. 2b . 0 0
Brcde. cf . . 3 0
Kelster, ss 3 1
Slieckard. rf 3 1
ijChsnce. lb 2 0
Robinson, e 00
Crlsnam, c 10
altn, c 10
Ncpa, p .00
McKenna. p 2 0
Totals .... 34 17 21
21 4 51 14 4
Score by Irnisgs .-...,.
VM!.,"lnh! 17 4 0 2 0 11.
Baltimore . OOOOOOO-t,
Cal'ed oa account of da-kne's
Si-mtnary Stolen lases Sneckard Thomas 2,
Douglass Twobase hits Delebanty Fraser. Chiles
Sscrlfi-e hits Dcnchue. Dolan Doutle play Keis
tr to DeMonl to LaChance Fi-st base oa balls-Off
Vops 3 or Mckean E Stru-k out By D-nahae
4 by McKenna. I Wild pitched McKenna. 4 Lett
on baes Phi'sdelfMa. C raltimore 3 Earned
runs Philadelphia, 7 Time 1 4). Impire Eai
lie and Dwyer.
- vrioA.ii, i.e i;t c.
Stnndlni; ol the Cluhs.
W L. Pet
Brooklyn JJ 40 699 Chicago
Philadelphia i 2 633 I- ui'VlIlc
Boston H 53 613 P.tuburg .
Baltimore 73 36 553 New Wk
St Louis . 73 62 .160 Washington
Cincinnati 76 C3 547'Cleveland
W L. Pc
71 C 511
CJ 71 3
C9 72 4S
3". S) .417
Vt SJ 353
20 125 139
Ilnselinll I-lvr-.u It in -l
ST LOl'I MO Sept 27 laformatloas uader the
antl tmn law were filed to-day aga nst th" CIre
land and Louisville Baseball Clubs by Circuit Atlo--ner
The circuit attorney alleres that the d-feadants
have not complied with the laws of Missouri regulat
ing foreign corporations doing bas'aess In this sta'e
He claims they have nn filed a ccrtiael cepv cf
ttelr articles ef Incorporation with the secretary cf
stale or given tbe said efucr any evidence that the1
arc dulv lnco-porated He claims by this n-glis"nn
trer have violated the law and -boald be fined
Chnllenpce to Weiitport lllch iichool.
(IUTC KA . ''ert 37 (Special ) Olatbe has
a foottVI team ard U ready to arrange for a game
s-tfc W pc-t high school or any other amaleut
team J W Coleman. Manager
1nntp11r Uaweliall ote.
Paul Drake's team beat John Sinclair's team by
the score of 3 to 3.
The Crccent. after having defeatel all comers
will disband for the season.
WICHITA'S GREAT RAGE
Jon patchev new joiin n.
THY I. r.VST timi:.
Lnnt Ilent Wan riniihcil In 1!:0 1-2,
tlic r.TMcMt 3lilc Paced In a Itnce
Till Year 20,KJ0 I'cople
Snsr the Content.
WICHITA. i:S. Sept. 27 (Special) Twenty
thousand people saw Joe Patchcn tWa out oyer John
H. Ceatry la- the fastest rar- of fhc year here to
day ct the Southern Kansas race meeting It T-as
a victory for Patches In straisht heats the last of
which was TniaheJ In 2 f2T. the fastest pace on any
track in Arn-ica this year BIII Andrews, driver
for John I: Gentry,, said this time wojll have been
reduced a second If It had not been for the win,
which was unusually strong for a fall day. The
Brst ejearte- of th flrrt beat was done In 0 31';, the
half In 1 03, three cuarttra in 1 33 1-3, anl the nile
In 3 03'- fc-oond heat, quarter. 0 31'-, half 1 02'-.
thee quarters In 1 a. mile 2 024 When Tatchen
came under the wira at the finish of the second heat
ire erowd stood i.p In the grand stand and yelled
for fully three minutes
Romp rtrcakH the Vi'ncon Record.
LOUSMLLE. KY. Sept 27 mid the entht.5
lasllc plaudits of a big crovd at the fair grounds
th's afternoon, the little tronn g-lding. Bamps
owned by W K. Billings of Chicago, trained by
C R. Eentlcy and ton ly W L. Snow, broie the
world'a wagon lacing record cf 2 01. made by
Joe Pateben The mile was paced In 2 031, a econd
and a half better than the record The little geldlnt,.
nioving like a piece of clockwork, did not once fal
ter di.r'ng the Journey from wire to wire, and reld
off the quarters with the swing rtride of tbe trained
campaigner He finished the mile in the bst time
ever made to a wagon.
The first quarter wai paced In thirty seconds flat.
Thirty seconds more took hln to the halt In one
minute Still mcAice with that steam engine-like
regularity. Bumps went to the taree-quarte- tole In
thlrt)-ore seconds raor. having traveled all but the
firal quarter of his mile in 1 31 The grand stind.
wildly excited roe to Iti feet. Woald th- ltitle
pacer hold out In his wonderful burst of fpeed" The
question was soon answered fo- In 324 seconds more
Bumps be 1 passed under the "vlrc In 2 01',. holdt-r
of the wo- d s record Tranc- Bentley was beils
himself with cxdtcment ard p'casr-e as the crowd
2oced out on the tmck to shake his hand a"d pnt
the little horse oa the back The tra-k v-as fist,
but a light wind was blowing But ft." this, th
mark set by Bumpa to-day vould hate tt-ea still
Bumps is a brown gelding by Baron Wilkes, oat
cf Queen Lthel si e by Strathtrerc. Ills rcco d to a
culky Is 2 944 Tbe chief racing event of the d-y
was th it 000 trotting stallion staes rhich Tommy
Prltton won In straight heats. Summa-y:
2 2S trot Purse JaCO
Phrase, b m , by Onward (Deryder) 1 1
nnle Burns, p r m (W llsoai 2 3
Georg- Al-x. g b (Hosack) 4 2
Joe V.atts, ch g (toung) 3 4
Hetty Haailln. b f (Geers) 5 5
ilobert Belmont b g (Makm) 6 di
orad b g (McKay) 7 dj
May "Icnday. b m. (dement) da
Slip A ay, b m (Bcn7on) ds
TI-ie-2 15 3 1"
5 20 tro'fng Purse J2 000
Valra b s. b Dark Mght (Miller) 1
Royal Ilsron. b. s, (p'-ar) 9
Mexican Boy, br g Ciller)
Louis E. b m (HunMll) 3
Iwyhee. b s . (Mcilenry) 6
Dalntj Daffo, b'k m (Baldwin) 4
Black nobr. blk s (Chand'er) 5
Paul Try. g- g (Mcfsrthj) 7
Dorothy S . blk ra. (McIIughly) S
Tine 2 12 2 II
Tro't'-g taIIion stakes Value 3 000'
Tommy Brltton. br if by Llt-rty B-1I (Wet) 1
Charley Hcrr b s (Ke'.y) 2
Illngen. br s. (T'te-) . 1
Monterey ch (McDowell) 3
Tine 3 03, 2 '-5s,
2 17 pace Purse 00
Tom W likes ch s by Alllo Wilkes (Beers) .
CarnWta, b ra (Maliney)
Jerphlt b m (Benyo-)
Jim Ramey, e.i g (Ramey)
Veeper. ro ro (Stevers)
IcShcdd ch s (Curry)
Bess. Thompson, b rn (Ortlson)
iwiiur, o g luurtis)
tara. b g (Honey)
uniy uorge, en g
Time 2 11. 2 13
(Reldcr) 6 6
NEW YORK. ert 27 The prorais-d race betweea
Rusn and dmlratlon attracted a good siz-d crowd
to the Gravescnd race tract to-day, and general dis
appointment Tts felt when Ac'mlralloa a-U Our
Xeilie were scratched leaving tfce race a valkover
for Rush Sh was v?orkcd th distance wit. Spen
rer up The stake faiure was the I latlarus. for 2
' ear-olds at rite furlorgs ilontacic, ccon 1 choice
in the betting get off rurning and tiptod bis rld
winning In fast tlmo by five lengths from Orea-i
Affect, the favorite ran heTslf into the grcjnd t -!ng
to catch Jlintanic and was beaten for shew
money by Waring S-urairaries
ririt race Hurdle handicap two miles Mr. Stof-f-1.
14S (JoVson) 2 tl 1 an! 4 to 5 won b elgnt
lengths Mardy C la" (Raymond) 7 to 2 and C to ...
s-cond. by eight J"ng-as ins White, 137 (Mclnerny),
II to land 8 to 5 'bird Time 2
Setcnl race 3u. fjrlongs K ng BijtMc, 113 (Bull
man) 13 to 5 und even won L a h-ad Pink Dom
ino 113 (Srencer) 5 to 1 and 3 to 5 scccrJ b ttfe
lengths hi'cr Dalv 112 (Mhert, 10 to I and 1 10
1, third Time 1 C9 1 5
Third race l'a miles Latscn. 191 (Bul'man). 7 a
5 and 2 to 5, won by one and one half lengths.
Lo crock IOC (ilahcri 3 to 1 and 4 to 5 s'conl bv
two lengths The Patchelcr, 113 (Scecrer), S to 5 anl
1 to 2 tLirJ Time. 2 23
Feurtn race TJ-e Flatiands ? furlorai Montanlc,
3 (Odcn), 13 to 5 and even wen. by five leng.hs
oread 3 (Durgraan) lo to 1, second, by three
I rgths Waring. 110 (Baliman 3 to 2 and 4 to 3,
third T me 1 01 1 5
Hftii race boi C furlcngs, selling 'le-arns,
107 (aber) 7 to " anr 1 to 2 wen by tb-e- quar-
ers c' a length Peace 105 (JerHn'i. 7 to 2 and 6
ta 5, second, bv a length Souchon, 101 (LevU), 7 to
E and 6 to f tri-d Tiire. 1 11 1 5
Sixth race 1 1 15 miles Walkcter for Rueh
E"TnlE3 10R Till USD Y
First rare selling 5 fu-long- oncik Queen 111
Andrisa. 1&9 OrtMa Lady Ms.av nt '.ta-cnlme.
103. Belle rf Lexingon. 102 3oMu cf Orleans. 64
Lan2B. Laureatts ilaid Stone Heautlful Marion.
Lynch. AIHIre U
Second raic Handicap about '4 furlo-gs. Ben
ilcan HO Isidcr 13S Belle of Merarhis Ben
Ifadsd 114 Rayterer 112 J'nks 11 unbent,
Mlf Varicn. "a-ln Slipper. 103. Mc'leekin. hilla
rhandra, 102, Tas SS
Third race Selling 1 1 16 miles Merry Prlnr-, 159,
Dan Rice. 1" Maximo Comer ,03 Tinge, 101 Tor
get ?o 1(2 Hnrrlca'-t, lrt Jefferson, S6, Our
elIle 53 Sweet Caporal 9i
Fourth race Tl e Parkville handicap 0 furlorgs
Matanxa 112 A Jf H , Toluca. 119 Hellobas atin
Si'pper 1C5 Hard Pardee, 1C, Lady LIndev 29
Flf,h raec 1 1-16 miles Desperado. Dr ntaslm
irers K6 11ns, Lad Harriett. Waterhouse, Ke-p
Sixt 1 rare Hardlrap about 1 furlongs KUlaehan
rn 1H. His Eifeliency. 114 Peynolds. 113 Wag's
Coarler, 111 Onck Queen 110 Kit-bene- Itoundlee
1"6 tesuvian P'reur r Big Un 105 Cvelcne 99.
Wax Taper. Jucoma 3" Allaire. S3 He-bcrt. 112.
CHIf VOO, Sept- 27 Harlem's track was havy
end boldlng to-day Tl-e best race was the third, at
rlx furlongs, in -brh Horseshoe Tobacco and Jim
(,ot fougl t It ort tlirtjgh the stretch, the tobacco
1 o--e re.ting the verdict 1 y a nos Avenstcke end
King Bcn-Jda were tbe other favorites to w n. each
Mrs race 5 .'jrlorgs !lln- Pi'dad. 95 (T
Bums) 6 to I, win Rel Glid 110 (Mitrh'.l) 2 (o 1,
second. Harry Lee ' (')i g-n). t'llrd Time. 1 53
Sccrnd race I mile selling I -n 101 (Mitihell),
5 to I. won. The Plj.orat, 17 (ilHmilton) 3 10 2
second Chauaccy nsher, 1"9 (Loland) third Time,
TTIrd rc-e 6 furlongs Uor-cho Tcbarco 110
iConley) 3 to 1, won Jim Gore II 97 ('itatee) 3
to 2. second. Montgomery, 103 (Mitchell), third
Tlr-e 1 24',
Fourtn race C furlongs Verify. 1C9 (kitatoe), 1 ta
2 won San La-arus. Fq SS (Duuan) 7 to 5 ee
end Bishop Reed. 10J (MItch-lI), third Tims,
Flf n race 5 forlcng. Aven-lcke. 112 (T Bums).
- lo 10. won Ki'tv : . 100 (-' Brown). 2 to 1. ccc-
cnJ La Gartna. 1M (C-lan.'l third Time 1 II
lxth race l's i-lle King Termuda 102 (ita-
toe). 3 to 2. won Tappan m (Rose), 4 to 3, second.
Wllron. 103 IT Euros) third Time. 2 12'i
EV7RIE" FO I T:RiSDY
Flrt race 7 fur'org relink 'larihi Tox 107
I ss Stanton Hanan 114 Iing Dand. Toptet. Eva
-iwil-o- Owvnce l"3 .eji-r;er bnot uei:, Blcn-
Defiance Marten Sanfcn 9
d race f furlongs. Rollins, 111 Ih'ers Lit
tle Gsvmrle 'gcroas 113 Sir F'tahugh Ros.rf-11
R Bn Chance. & Brwn'e snderon. Hu-oaia 53.
Tblrd raft 1 mil J n Taker 104 Mo'o Grea
Bent f Deerirg "6 Plantain O-a M , 9j, Hlttici.,
'0 ,,f Edwards S7
I ourth race 11 16 mi.e s line rrangiMe, Florl
nel II Hood s B-Irs le iQj 'IjTtle Gebausr. Axus,
In Dbt 1)3 Clam Wooler. I111
Fltth race 1 1 16 nlles iHirge L"e 109 Astor.
We have asked our regu
lar customers every moth
er's son of 'em whether
they've had any difficulty in
o-ettin their galvanized iron.
Don't dare ask casuals.
ApcLo Ircn and -tel Coip ny, Putlnirgfa.
le5. Provolo, 154. Ray II, Tele Kitchen, Cecil, 101;
Hub Prather, EOe L.. SI
Sixth race 11-10 mile. s11Ibe Blair. Castlnee.
Ocarno. Prestcme, Phallas, Gllstando, 10S; Micro
scope, Tlldy 4.nn, Tamer, 103. Chump, 100.
Oak land Knee.
S:7 FRACISCO, Sept. 27 Weather clear, track
Fitt race mil", selling Maidens Jerld. 107
(Thorpe). 2ii to 1, ven Lomo, 104 (McCluskey). 8 to
1, second, Somls. is (Buchanan) 4 to 1. third. Time,
Second race 1 1-15 miles, selling Tenrica. 97 (J.
Y.'ard). 2H to 1 won. Meado-r La-k. 101 (Mor:e). 8
to ;. seco-d, Magnus, 53 (Maance), 3 to 1, third.
Time, 1 ';
Thirl race Futurity ccure, purs. Bogus BUI,
113 (E Jones). 2U. to 1 won Tbe H"ho. 110 (Ruiz),
S to 1, second Fairfax, 113 (Buchanan). 25 to 1,,
third Time 1 12
Tourth race mile. pure. The Fretter, 93
(Mouncc). 6 to 3, won, rebruary, S. (Buchaaan), S to
1, second Iloheazsllcm third
Fifth race nile. selling Pat Morriasey, 103
(Thirpe). 4 to 5, won Alarla 109 (Mouncc), 10 to I,
second Mamie G. 109 (J Ward). 6 to 1, third
Time, 1 23
nVTRIFlS FOP. THURSDAY.
First race 6 fjrlongs. selling famada, 102;
JJro-vp Prince. 9 Goodhope. Watosa. San August
Ire. SS Sorrow, SI
bcond race 5 furlongs, selling. Monrovia. 109, I
Dcn't Know Chihuahua. Shellac. Major Cook, 109,
Billy A . 103 Katie Gibbons. Ciarando 9f
Third race Futurity coarse, selling. 2-year-olds.
Dc-erejx 10S Ned Denal- 137. Baraboulia, 106, Ex
pedient rnnre's Zeika, 103
Fourth race 1 mile Felling Lode Star, Morlnel,
Lo t Girl Ko!nanie, 107.
Firth race 7 furlongs, selling N'eglirence, 113;
Rer-eatlon. MIko Rice, lule, 110. Socialist. 10,.
Manxaitlilo. Opponent, 101
Shamrock In Docked.
MZW AORir. Sept- 27 The Shamrock was to-day
safely drydoeked at Erie basin Every precaution
waa taken ta prevent mishap to the big cutter, and
twenty m'nutes after she was wa-ped Into position
over the twelve blocks at the bottom of th dock fer
keel vas resting secu-ely In place Tli-.ro W23 no at
tempt to hlJe the Hues of the vaiht from vlenr The
yard was opna lo tLe public from in"ming until
n gnt. nl hundreds of vacbtsn-n stoi1 f r bais
wl.il- the water was being pumpeJ out that t i.-y
might get a look at the undereod) anl 1-eel of the
cha lenger It was too late In th ay for sec-ery,
ard o the ' clouts" and 'petticoats" that preverted
.h ptcplo f-om seeing the P am-oek when r be was
Isunched in Ergland early tMs summer and aftcr
wir1 when she was docked at the Frie baIa sho-tly
alir- reaching this country, were n&t used Every-o-ie
La 1 a fine look at the craft
PnlTi Freim the Pipe.
E.1I Phyle pitched ten games fir the O-phans be
fore he wes suvendel. and woa two of them.
Jack Hamilton, who defeated O'car Gardner,
Issued a challenge to rreet anyone In Ms class.
It Is rurno-ed that Sieve O Donaeli, since his dc
1'at by McCoy, has decided to retire from the ring.
James Teneyck, the American oa-sman, defeated
Jarres Norrls. champion of Halifax, in a single scull
K' -Pit V i t
-e . E4tAT . J, I
HERBERT M IIARtIM IV,
Amateur Golf Champion
rac vesterday, three nilet v.lth a tun, by 2re
lerths in 23 0 Ho led thirty seconds at the turn
and saddled Lome
Charles loung. Cornell sar player, and All-America
quarurtail. lia become a th-Inglcal student la
Prl-ceten, arii ,III pla oa Oe icrub team Ills
four yars wit"! ro-pcll will prevent him tram Etrrlng
on the 'arHj eltcn.
Frank n.-ne ti llEhtwelRht fhampion who has
not been in 112 ring slice he defeated 'TCll" La-
igne, has -sretl to meet tha Tilrcer 0 the Tim
Kearn3-Ja-k o'Rrlen roatest scheduled to take place
n-xt wek at Nevr York
Lanse. who ivcrds to retire from the diamond for
rcoa ai ire ena ci t-is scafon. has supplanted Jimmy
Jlvan ss leaJIns batfnan cf th" Chicago tean Mertes
ttaids fouMh but caly two pvtats behind Ereritt,
vhile AolvenoT is fifth
Kid 'IcCoy has fjrnlfned a ctlden text for thoe
vno like to preach or the virtues 01 rrlze fig'itcrs.
M Toj I13S pjr-had a farm near Yon,ers and hai
Rritt"n his faf-c and mother to rn him in mailing
je "iu 4t uiu-e mr u iiiK icvy lttSlliy
Coafh WoodruET of the Pns" learn, saya that
riEcc iiariaru nas learnea to cherk the suarJ back
farmat'on rday, he 111 cbardon that srheme thl
year In faor of a new ore rf h'i own Mcb, of
corsc he Is not yet describing for the benefit cf
fc.a"i ivntjo-iy. tre oicycie racer, yesterday an
no i-ced TIs ri;rtaiion frrm the I. A W aid said
le had 1 eccme a nember of the . V He will
ra wlih Krel Kramer, the champion Haatern ama
fiar, at the Arera Athletic Club meet at Chicago
C C Holrell we-t against the amatcjr Mcycl
reord at Spoann, ah. yesterday and covered !
fi nl of a r-ile in 0 -J 2 5 This claim is eubstan
t ated by three Jt-dsc? and three tiraek"epers, and
;ir HolzII T-ill claim tie amateur record of tbe
world before th- U. A. w.
Eilly MeVerson Is out for a position ot the Har-
rard 'arswy team alter a jears absence from the
rrldl-on Mcke-ton 1b a hard jlaicr aid during his
tarter as an n.crEinoi'i'tic guarn was always a
mountain In th" ejes of his nppoiem. An Injury
ireveitcd him from playlig lat season.
It seems strai kc that Fred Rarna, Honey VIox and
Charlie 3!cDcnaid, three !ilwaul ee players, shnuia
apptar oa the rterre list of th (.rand Rapids club
Thre Is a rule whfeh prohibits any club from rewir
lz o- claiming core thr teny five mn, and as
Conn'e 'lack hzi his llt filled it 13 probable that he
ha I Loftus pia"c tbe ralanre on the Orand Rapids
1 at so as to hOil them Milwaukee Wisconsin.
OErers sav been ileeted for the Yale-Harvard
zn& Prince ten -Yale 'ootball match The Yale and
TIarvard teams will meet In Cambridge on November
8. t. ien W A McClung, of Lehigh, will art as
re'eree and IVuI Dashiel. Jibn Hopkins university,
as umpire Th Timers will pur Ya'e in New
ilaven on No-en r ZZ tVn Wrljhtingm of Har
ard, ill oGclate as referee, and Dnhlel as am
lire Th University cf Fennpjlvanla has four very good
kir!.e out fcr lh porltloi cf fullback In Keugn
bcg. Echoh Barnard and Hodge Reuenbrg docs
same really rhennmens! kicking at tlrces bJt is not
thorougaly reliable Sehcch is more consilient and
ha3 a brilllait record of work done for the Pern
Charter Fchwjl Barnard is tV lightest of the quar
tet bnt bv far the iron reliable Jurt who the final
(lnire will be is doubtful
The atMetl aj?ociaticn of the Mlddle'own, Conn.,
high chwo! ha passed a resolution that no more
football rsn-es shall be flayed this season, flames
already shedu'ed iiav- been raneeled Th'a action
U due lo the death of Thomas Kelley, a member of
the football team, who died at Merlden hospital from
Injuries received in the gjme with the Meriden high
Fchrol team on Faturda la-t. Similar ictfon is ex-I-ertcd
on the part of the Merlden high school.
Kl the Newmarke England, flrt Octobr meeting
yesterday the Msitora plae of ISO sovereigns, was
vrn by Tjnny Rcat To Sloan rode Lord Tarna
ton's 31Jcntte, Lut was unplarcd Eighteen
lGrC3 ran the Rous ccars", five furlongs Betting
T to 1 against MaJeaneU- Tie Great Fnal staves
v-as wen by R A Oswald's Selvtllant. II 3L Cal
raont'a Iloughmont was second and J K Tlatt's
cwcet larjorie rMdn by Skeef Martin, was third
ceven hordes ran one mile anl two furlongs straight
Setting to & on Svect Marjoric
Frank Hcu-h cf Thlladelpila the F-ertary of the
rcv league ay .e are go'ng to give th pab'Ic
good 25 cent 1 ill We think that 1 enough to charg
and that It v II b prolta-ble at that price There
rre nov so manv expenses comectel with going to a
game cf ball that he'Te anybody get through It will
f-ft up to pr t naa 52 This Is too much I be
1 ev it Is tn bleacl crs nnw which pupport hasrtall.
(rttting plaje w.ll le the lca-t rf our troubles
There will be no violations of contracts and no antaj,
rrisn where it can be avoided "
M th second day of the Newmarket Fneiand-
f-Ft October meeting yesterday, I-ord Hsstlng's bay
flly ilarialva ridden by Ploan, won the race for
th ccmd Nurstr- handicap Jocose was Fcond
tnd Fra Artonlo flnlsh.d thIM, In a field of fifteen
The bettlnr vas 5 to 1 againt Jlarialava, Sloan's
mount RICn was nsslacea in trc ureat Eisten
Railway har-dlc-p Leisure Hour, ridden by Letter
Frirr the Wichita Jockey, being tbe winner Sv
cnteea heroes ran The be'tlng waa 100 to 6 against
tn- winner, aci zt to 1 again r.ian
W 1L Casnard ta givi-n np nla pos lion as had
coach on th Cornell team to help the Princeton
eleven, nnd he has nl-eady Joined their coaching
force CLarles Young, Cornell's star player and all
America quarterback has entered the theokgtcal
semlrary thc-e and has r-ported fn- practice but
rill net be able to play on the 'varsity on account
cf hir frur years servlc with Cc-aelL However,
h will p'ay on the scrub team of which he will
rrGhaby be appoirted captain and ha Elgn'Hed his
wilt ngies to hel rrlnceton turn out an eleven to
Tie International c-ckt match between Prince
Rirjithajmrs lngllsh eleven ard the twentv-Uo
tlayc-s picked from the various clubs of Phila
delphia which was begun on Monday, was retained
jesterday Tae erase was in excellent condition
When f tumps were drawn Tuesday the Phlb.del
I clans had been dlspoed of fcr a total of 205 runs
la their first ianlnp and the Englishmen had Ion
for 2G runs Prince Rasj'thnJInl and Stoddard, the
Fcpllsb tatnsn each of -rhora had made three
run when play was stopped Tue-day resumed their
r'aees at the wlcttts and faced tbe borling of
i lixaenson and O Xelll.
A question for this new league to consider Is,
Wtcre will It get a staff of corrpetent umpires'
Icbaige If the new league cannot get a better
statf than the National has It should quit at once
It tzt get vhat zywi Umpires tfce National has by
jsjicg ths men more money, can't It? Then. It It
hardly likely that Frank Hough will let knockers
i'ke Aihlcy Lloyd and John T Brash keep men like
7 t Hum end Jack Bennan off tbe new league
staC. Neither will lie be selecting men beeaose he
likes their rrotographs or tecau-e mey nave laaieu n
mLe a livirg in every other line of boslness. Get
ting g-od umpires Is hard work, but to get better
umpires than ek Young's Is a task whlcl a chool
bcy could perform St. Louis Republic.
JLi "-i WEff rov
AMONG THE RAILROADS
P. & G.
RecelTPra Pnt TL'p a Stroncc Arrny fo
Fact Connplracy Shown, bat
Denied llrnl rifrht Is on
ST. LOUI3, MO , Sept. 27 (Special ) The Kansas
City, Pittsburg & Gulf injunction case was heard be
fore Judge Amos M. Thayer, cf the United States
circuit ccu"t. to-day in chambers The hearing com
menced en September 21, and the receivers akcd fo
funher time in which to answer some of the allesa
tions made by defendant railroads, which was al
lowed, and to-day ct as the time fcr hearing the an
swers of complainants There was a brilliant array
of legal talent before the court, and there U no ques
tion but that the case has attracted mere attention
than any other case afectlng railroads since the
railroad history of America was inaugu-ated The
result of the case will deSaitely settle the right cf
railroads to combine against another line, which Is
alleged to have been done by varicus lines against
th- Kana3 City, Pittsbu-g &. Gulf. The basis of a
conspiracy being the agreement of the Western lines
with the receivers cr the Pittsburg . Gulf to snbmit
th- matter cf a differential to arbitration, and after
vards Ignoring the agreement and seeding to have
the Mallcry line withdraw its rates in connection
with the Gulf read, and, falling In that, sought to
cancel all tariff and traffic relations with the com
plainant rallrcad without cause cr reason.
The defendant railroads all deny the charge of
ccntplracy, but the flct that all the defendant rail
rcaJs fought to cancel tariff anl traffic relations
without anj apparent reason ft-. sua3ci-nt is the
mind cf the court to gram a temporary injunction.
wh'ch lll doultless be made permanent The de
fendant reads have dropped the injunction and ar
making a great Cght on the basis of rates from the
Atlantic coast cities to the Missouri river !a the
calf, on which the comp'alnant road demands a dif
ferential. The real gist cf th fight Is an effcrt on the part cf
the defendant railroads to compel th- Kansas City.
PlttsbJrg &. Gulf to withdraw from participation la
the Atlantic coast business, which Colonel Fcdyce
positively declines to do In preeentlng the cae to
Judge Thayer the defendant railroads set up ad
davits showing that the rate per ten pr mile was
not tudcient to enable the Pittsburg & Gulf to do
business at a profit, and alleging that freight busi
ness could not be profitably h-ndl-d at a Usa rate
.ban C mills per ton per jrlTe.
The complainants ahow in their a-swer that fr-'ght
business can be and Is handled by defendant rail
roads at much less than 6 mills and Is done at a
profit. The Pittsburg &. Gulf shows that the av
erage rate p-r ton per mile Is 5,S mills, and tne
reason that the showing Is so low Is because the
major portion of the trafflc Is low class freight; In
fact, ove- three-fourths cf the entire traffic of the
Kansas City, Pittsburg &. Gulf railroad Is low class
freight It Is also shown that the reason the Pitts
burg & Gulf can do business at a lower rate thin
Its competitors is due to the fact that its percentsg
of empty car haul is very low, it being so s.tuated
that It can load ail the care north bound that have
been sent to the Gulf with loads, an advantage that
ts competitors do not eclot. This advjctaz shows
that the Pittsburg &. GjI: can hand." business at
much Irwer rates than its cQn.pUUnr and d so
"iTLibly. as t1 kfual cost ol handling fre'ght
.uriDg the .ncr-th of Jul was 1 61 mills per ton
jer mile and tbe v--ays rate was TS mills.
A, diferentlal is allowed ioi routes as against,
le shorn- haul o! 'he d-ect routes This has been
he lu-tom -imorg railroads for years and the claim
of tbe Pittsburg . Gu.r far a d fferentlal is based
upon common usage and in comparison with other
lines, ard it is Juitlv entltiM to have Its claim al
lowed The matter of dlffer-ntlals was entered into
to an eihau'tlve extent and It was clearly shown
that a g-eater differential than that claimed by the
tlulf Hi vai allowed under a higher basis of rates.
lut as the line via tfce Gulf and the canal, lake and
rail line transported the freight from New lork to
Kansas Cit7 in practically the arae lenrth cf time.
the Gulf route cculd not secu-e any business ar I
reduced Its I asis to that cf the canal, lake and rail
route. This action precipitated the war and In
order to maintain a differential the rates tumbleJ
from a baals of JI 10 to ) cents pe- 100 pounds.
There Is a well decked opinion that the ref!on
win favor the coair'alnant receivers, is they have
presented an extreme lr strong case and have sub
stantiated every statement with an ar-ay cf fac'3
tfcat the defendants cannot controvert. Much of the
argument to-day was along these lines, tt- de
fendant railroads making a great play for sympathy
and assing the court to open the territory to St.
Louis and Chicago that is now controlled by Kansas
Tbe defendants concluded their arguments to-day
end J McD Trimble will close to-morrow for the
Fittsburg & Gulf A decision is expected at once.
slock Island extension
GFTHRIE, O T, Sept. 27 (Special) The geo
logical expert of the Chicago, Rock Island & Pa
cific rall-oad was In Greer county last week exam
ining th- beds of gypsum between Fait Fork and
Elm Ther- are IvII-ved to be large deposits In the
county. The Indications now seem to be that as
won as the Rock Island line to Fort Sill Is crm
rto the line will eome west frcm Sill, crossing the
North Tork of the Canadian river Jut abo-e Navajse.
then between the Salt Fork and Elm tfcrcjh Man
gum to the plains of the county. This would give
the Rock Iland 203 miles of roadbed without a
ctream to cros It wcul 1 also rut Into the Santa
Fe's Northern cattle shipping business Work en
the new line Is bcir-g u-ged forward at a rapid
C. C. Waar a Benedict.
Last nlcht at tLe residence of G P Gross, 3200
Windsor. Charles U Wagir anl Mies Minnie MjIIer
ncrc united in tcarriae by Iv. Dr. Vicll. crand
father of the briJe. The brido and groom left lat
night for Omaha and from there 'Kill ro to St Paul,
thenc lo the TaclCe coan and rvtura via Dearer.
Th7 trill be awaj" about one irenth
The presents ent the bride wca nnrceroja and
ronly. Among the gust were Stuart Miller, of
Fort Salt1!, brother of the bnd and ilia Flsaback.
of Tort Smith Max Orthr-en ?ant a cablegram frcm
Germany congratulating the groom The boys con
nected rsua tie Miw-irl Pacific oQces at Omaha.
will take care of them while there
Floorer Re-elected President.
MV. ORK. Sept 27 At the annual meeting or
the New Vok. Ontario Western Railroad Company
to day the retiring board of directors was re el-Ci.cd
r-ith tie exception that Grant B Schley was elected
In th place of John C Moore. decsaetl Tre board
organized by th election of Thomas P. Dover, pres
ident; Joseph Pric. vice president In London. John
D Kerr, vice preIdent anl general counsel in the
United Stefs, Richard D Rlrkard. secreta- ,
Charles S 1 heeler, chilrman cf the executive com
mittee James C ChlMs was reappointed as general
Illinois Central Election.
CHICAGO, Sept. 27 Tie annjal n-eetiig of the
stockholders of the Illinois Central rsllroad vas held
1 ere to-day. Tne annual rejort was Futmltted and
The terms of three director? StuyreFant Fish E.
It. Harridan and J. J. Astor having; expired a rote
rexultcd in their re election J. D Cutting, of New
York, wa clct?d a director to fill the unexpired
terra of Robert Goelet, of New "ork. deceased
Central Stockholder Do Xot Meet.
ALIHXY, X. Y.. Sept. C7 The special meeting cf
the nccki-older of the New York Central road, called
t ratify the leasing cf Ue Bo ten Albany rall-oad
by th New rrk Central, failed tn mit'rialize to
day. An adjournment was taken nntlt Norerafcr 15
Sirltch Shanty SceretH.
Commencing October 1 the Frisco will Inaugurate
a tourlFt car service between St. Louis and Okla
homa Kansas Clt pas. ngers will b able to take
advantage of the new service at SprtngSeld
D. J. Mullaney and wife stopped In Kanus City
jesterday en route to Clncinratl. 11-. ilullaney Is
commercial agent far the Nashville. Chattanooga .
ct Louis railroad at Cincinnati and his been in the
Wen for the past month.
James Charlton, general passenger aent. A. G
Robinson, general agent at Peoria. Robert UIMnun,
traveling passenger agent, Chicago. Prel Chaw,
traveling passenger agent. Cincinnati, and W. II
ble traveling rascnser agent. Dallas, were the
Chicago Jfc Mum representatives in the city yesterday
The Western rafenger Aclatlcn has Ml many
hard problems to FoWe in its recent experiences but
there is no danger of its dissolution The St. Taul
road's viifcdrawal complicates matter and there may
te a period of "so as you please" rate making as a
result, but the individual Uses will suffer and net
The I . G. N" Illustrator and General N'arrato- for
Augu't. Issued b the raenger department of the
International it Great Northern railroad, at Paies
In Tex . contains a very InteresMng sketch of
raletln and Anderson counties and much valcabl
utillcal Information concerning the crops In tht
particular ect!on of the country
The Rio Grande Western has Issued a very valu
able t-cchure cf tne mining art net n Ltah ana
gives the on t pat and prospects of E Ingham. TIntle.
Park City. Mereur, Marvsvale. Gold Mountain. Deep
Creek and La Sal It wa written by Den Magulre.
the famous mining engineer. A copy can be obtained
lv writing F. A. Wadleigb, general passenger agent
The St. Paul lines met yesterday anl endeavored
to com to an understanding and kep pascnge
rates as near normal as poJlbl- under the existing
trying condition Thew meetings ten I to hoM tv
gethe'- In a common Inte-est the lines which via to
maintain rates. Outsiders will not b able lo cope
witn the scli4 front which tbee lines will be alle
to make m lorn; as the7 stand b each othe-.
TORONTO. Sert. 27 The track at Toodblns wa3
very heavy to-day and tfce light weighted horses had
the better of the argument In the first race VHI
frid Laurie, the winner, opn"d at 3) tt 1. bat waa
tacked down to M to 1 Summaries
First race & furlongs. V.tlfrtd Laurler won; OIHe
Dtxon, second. Ice Dtp, third. Time, X tt
Second race furlongs. Menu won; Our Llda. tc
end; Jack Ady. third. Time. 1 23H-
Third race S furlongs A Henna, wan; Mr. Brown,
laeond: Gratia, third Time, 1-37.
Fourth race 1 miles. K. C. B won; Beau Ideal.
second; Frank Jaubert. third. Time, 2 XT.
Fifth race Steeplechase; 2tt miles. Athol wen; Tat
Squire, second; Leading Lady, third. Time. 7.24.
Sixth rac 5 furlongs. Hapsburg won; Athy. tec
end: Crlottx a. third. Time, 105.
Seventh race tarlongm. Maid ct Erin won; Scar
bcro, lecond; Prince, third. No tlm given.
?few Traclc at St. Loals.
tOVIS, MO, Sept. 27. Afller, Call and
So many of our customers aslwus what the leading thins is th53 sea
son ic lien's fashionable Suit3 that we deem it advisable to answer, for
general information, that STRIPE WORSTEDS in gray effects are the
proper thing for business and week day wear. These come, in handsome
colorings, and are so different from the conventional styles of hereto
fore that our demand for them i9 very larjje. 'We show stripes in both
double and single breasted sacks, and find them about even sellers. A
glance at our window display or a look through our stock will give you
an idea of what we are showing at SIj.OO to Sil.OO. One feature of our
suits this season is the unusual amount of hand work put into them.
Hand padded collars, hand padded shoulders and lapel, hand worked
buttonholes, all of which causes a suit to hold its shape. All our suits
this season from S15.00 up are practically hand made and hand pressed.
We call the attention of good dressers to the above facts, which are
very important and noticeable in the fit and wear of suits.
FALL TOP COATS.
The W. W.
Midway Between J 0th
50 and 75 Cta.
DOORS OPEN AT 7-PERFORMANCE fT S.
THE GRANDEST DISPLAY OF
AS SHOWN 87 NIGHTS
Mimic Mcn-o'.War Seen Sailing and Fihtin
txtcnt. bnam Battle oi jau iroops. leniiijn uass vauaetme specialties. .Music
by Third Regiment Band, 25 Pieces. 8 Performances Sept. 28-Oct. 7.
((Vnitting Sunday and Priests of Pallas Night).
First Display at Exposition Park To-night
Tiller, wealthy bookmakers and practical tnrfracn.
have secured a Ions leae on a. piece of g-ound Jut
south of Forest park, thli city, an J IH fculld -t
once a rcce rm:re that will compare rlth anything
of the Unl in America. They will raca under Turf
tcrgrcss rules, taking up the time rot occupied tr
the Fair Association, and will be ready for buiin
earl In the Fpring. The addition rf the new track;
will give St. Louis turf patrons six months of racing
Hankell -n. ICnnnan University.
LAWRENCE. KAS , Sept Z7. Special ) Saturday
en IlcCook field the Kansas university team will
make iu tint appearance of tie year against Hask-11.
The Inlltns von their Initial garao with Ottawa
last Satn-day and fc-I as If ther can give the 'varsity
r fast frame. Roth teams are In perfect fo-m and
Hi friends cf the sport are expecting a 3ne exhibi
tion Considerable Interest Is manirstcd In the crateorre
of th's game, aa It will largelv decile the Btrnh
cf the 'varrity a corrpared with the other ccll-xe
teams of the state The Indian have d-fated Ota
a, Ottawa plays Emporia next Saturday, thu3 gtrlag
the relative strength of the three teams The follow
ing win te the lineup tor s-turaays game,
VAUSITT. POSITIONS. IU3KELL.
Mehan Center Switca
Colvln It'ght guard Woods
Willros Right tackle Acgnita
Isabel Right end Archlquette
lies Left guard Swamp
Tucker Left tickle Mlguill
Gavin L!l end Rogers
Moore Riht halfback Dugan
Ary Left halfback Pary
Ca en Quarterback Harris
Silver luUbact Fallis
Cornell 17. S3 raene II.
ITIIC. N T. Sept. 57 U Percy CeM to-day
Cornell defeated the football team of Syracuse uni
versity by a eco-e cf 17 to 0 Syracuse uas unabl
to make any Impeaslon on Cornell's line and at no
time during the gam" were th- Syracuse men long In
Cornell will rcqulr much coachine; to make any
kind of showing against the larger colleges.
l P. -10, I.nncner O.
PHILADELriHA. Sept. 27 The I'alversltv of
Pnnylvanit frwttall team defeat M the Franklin anl
Marshall college eleven ct Lancaster. Pa , by a
tcore of 4S tr 0 in twenty minute halves. There
vras no brilliant feature, the contest being more of a
rractlce game for Pennsylvania than, anything: else.
The Quakers paid much attention to their o3ealve
T .l.t. -. hMAV t fhn lTntl,.,1 ClltAa (
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bottles of medicine, free. It i3 ory Brat-1
iflini? to mc to be able to send sou ai
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