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TJfK KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, MAY 5, I8O0.
RAIN SAVED THE MILLERS,
v:sir.itn.v's iimv.si'ont maiif. it
l.Mi'osslitt.i: to ri.AY n.u.t-
lHurs Will Meet the Urtnrlnut Mliinrnpolt.
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h ili. hull milw'JiBtenlty. U Is
li.it Manager Hump', of Mnnesp-
. 1 Jure on hi salary II t. nut
ii'iH .it Tilit rtAi'lmt that II rained,
Kiiinp could he ilayc. lie tear-
Millet wou'd suffer defeat Tur
im,' ir thpv went asclnst the
iJin.'i tlmirefl It out that allot
Mil.. tr.tmht at Milwaukee no
,; 10 uvop ihree straight at Kan-
- .;. aRIng, It w'a hard Itick that
1 .',.rly. The IJwes wefe anx-
,ii tht Miller ami chk thflr
iik, and Ml 'onll(l(nt that
1 In ' Pc.tr in the box, th.y wo ild
... ... -lie trick, M.'iif('i Aiiiiuiihk
1.1 ,1 philosophically, un the pnn-
it . n.K no ue to ciy owr spilt
i.p.i that the weather will b
. i shut the Hhies can play Hi-
. 'Meat them uefote In largest
i" arrived from Milwaukee ye
.1 uiiK ami are r o ly to tlo battle.
.iine is as a matter of course.
h erful tram, oi mlnil over the
- t...im has b.n maklne. anil In
. n. he nlreadj ha the pennant in
I IMrnes said ye-.crday that hi
- !, ninn up in an entirely sails-m.inn-r.
lie a'lmllteil that the
.' ail th" nanus from the Itrew-
er w.i 1 li. it plec) or jiuk. one oi me
B;t 111 i r jtjy belonging to the Brewers by
r.gn f h- Millers had not greatly out
It" k 1 i. in , . . ...
Man.ik r liithes was asked yesterday ns
to hi-. 11I of the outcome of the- West
ern I. .! r.v e. He .abl: "1 place In
dian i -i .- ihe most danaerous team in
the r friin ihe faot that the team li,t
Ik- ii a in iMrngthen with nil the cm
iltit i n I? no: tieekd there, and that
gn a I i "f advantage. The Indianapolis
team ri in be trone In every depart
rno if V- ",ime. and it jeem to me now i
tin 'h. team that bea'a l( out will ni"
mluhtj ne ir lvtnnlns the championship. I
lonk up 'ti M tirh'rtpohs ..n.l Kins is City,
ns the ). xt lrontet teams In the r.iL-e
nni thiek t I little to ch..oe between
them f f . 'rse we know that Manning
has a ..I i t. ,im and the only iii"llon Is I
wh ih r h 'i Ik en able to s itltfai'tonly
till the o. lft by tne 10" uonaiiiie
nn 1 Nil I'.nahti" w.i undoubtedly a
cre.'i' c'tcr md his pliee will be hard to
JUL lU'iiK'i I understand that llerwen i
dolns I w r The Kansas flty team ,piit
be nr i'V I as a. factor In the race all the
"As fr- St Paul, I don't think the team
Is a s'roijr n that of Milwaukee We
plave 1 ".rt hlbltlon itntnes with roniis-
k ' m wlnn.ni; two of them and Ko
ine tiiy.i .- all of tholr pitcher?, and I
didn't r. ansihlnir In Ihe plnylnc of ihe
team 13 mike me recard If a danrerous
In Mie ra e Th more fa'-t that St. PhuI
won Mvo f fie three iramts with the nines
Plsnifl r no'h'nir. That Is the luck of the
lame nnl th-y mlsht ha-c cone the othi;r
tvav I am !i"dlned to believe lljnt De
troit has ii much tronecr team than last
year and will cut a tlaure In the rnee
Toledo 1 do not think l as strom; as last
year and I Jo not place it lit the danceroin
cla Milwaukee will bar rt irood de.il of
vatchlnr The Ilrewers. played irood bill
nimln '! and If 'hey keep up their work
will V the other vams
"I i''t wint to boast about whnt my
men nr i-o'nc to do 1re. but both the
irmn i " b played will sa'l'fy me. I
really think we would hnv won them all
If It had not rained to-day."
Mnnaaer Hirnes' men all look' to. be In
prime coii'MMon. Poe Jim Burns, once a
Croat fnvorl-e with KanaM City fans, Is
Playlnc creat ball and is twenty pounds
llirhter linn at Ihe openlnc of last fcaon.
Old IVrrv 'W'erden Is In line shape nnd Is
llnlns them out as usuM ,11m Ilurn says
that th' other dav. at Ml'w.mkee. W'erden
hit iu b"'l on the line over the left field
fence", which If It had be -n cut up Into
Blnelos would have entitled him to lead the
world tn ba'tlne until '.(WI Joe W'errl.-k.
rilllv Kuehne nnd Joe Strauss,, who are alt
on earth for n second time, are plhylnir ball
like colts, an'' riarnes I- entirely atlsfled
with thm. llulen Is puttlnir up hi usual
cood pnm a' short. ani that Is hard to
beat Wilson Is dnlns the linekstnpnlni; In
line v t - an'l the corps of pitchers Is
showing up well.
The we-i'her pomIse to be line to-day
nnd If t' I", 'he nines will meet the Millers
fo- he llr"t t.me t''l nfterno-jn and take a
fall out of iht-rn Kcyp'lnn John IKaly h
of th" leeihv frame will do the twlrllmr
for the Ml'b r. and Pole Pnnlels will of
flcbite 'or 'h lilue".
The I'.ime will be called at 3 o'clock, with
the t un i.laeed '- follows:
Kansnu Cliy Toltlnn. Mlnneonnllr.
Daeel Pitcher Vraaer
Ii rcen (teher WINon
Klutnan T-rt bne W'erden
Vnnlnir Peeorwl biso .W'erifck
'attrr Third bae Kuehne
r'onr uiehiotv . .. .Short'ton llulen
IIrnon '."ft tle'd t.ally
XI hoi r-en'er (t-'d Hurn
Itupert Right field Strauss
AiiwUviuv WH 'ill
Men's Sack Soils
Men's very finest trl
colored Dress Suits,
In Nobby Sacks, 3
nnd t button Cuta
way or Square Cor
ner; also li o u b 1 e
Itieastedi the Acme
of l'erfeptton In style,
cud. workmanship and
finish : mad of finest
fabrics', that usually
WJ) tailors ask JS! Chal
lenge nie price,
All Wool Pack Suits, nicely trlmmed.sty
llshly made of Ulack ami Blue ItpURh
Cheviot, l.li;ht ChcMot, rnunre or round
corner, that were made to sell at S12.fA
and worth It easily; Challence Sale price.
PEOPLE CAME ! PEOPLE SAW! PEOPLE BOUGHT!
Great May Money Saving
At the New Palace.
And Why not? Wo are to-day giying better values for money in
vested than any Ciotliing House in Kansas City. The reason is
nhvimis-nnv sniwp.mnnv nrt fllntliino btivftrs and Olotliiiiir sellers
vr..i. vy.n. .j.-,, v...-w , .1 -J
is an established fact. We buy for cash, buy from houses that,
like our own, have reputations to sustain, t whoso merchandise iss
meritorious; hence Our pric6s ibr Very best qualities are within the
reach ol every purse. Come save money.
Frock Suits. MeifsPants I Greatest Men's
Worsted Suits, West
Stiff Hats. Junior Suits. Me"'s Underwear.
of England I'ine fh I1''"0
Worsteds, Scottish Jf J (Sirlm
Tweeds, all the very ( V V JT"'"
best fabrics niailc in
America, fit excel
lently, made perfect
ly; made to retail at
$20, $22', tailors ask
$30; Challenge Sate
Fine Black Cheviot Frock Suits,
nicely made; kind that sells at
$10; Challenge Sale price,
Casslmere nnd Tweed All Wool Suits
excellently made dumbly trimmed all
stvles and worth JKUO anywhere; Chal
lenge Sale price,
Beautiful Gray Cassimere All
Wool Frock Suits, eight styles,
made to sell at $12.50; the kind
that tailors ask $20 for; Challenge
SOO All Wool Hal
la's Casslmere 1'ants
S3 values, Chal
lenge Sale price.
COO pair fine Dress
Trousers, made Al,
S5 nuil SO kind;
Challenge sale price
Of this Grcii test
T nl... 11........ c.,1., 1
1 1 1 iiii iil ni;u oiiii;
1.U0U very su
niiulo in height
of fashion, niiule
to irive excellent
wear, niiule to
satisfy the best
of priestly black
111 oz. Worsteds.
a 11 11 0 c k burn
Cheviots, tine Thibets, Amer
ican Cassinieres : conic in
Sacks and Frocks, all styles:
were made to retail for .?15
and 1J; are perfect in
every detail of make, tit and
finish. Challenge Sale Price
A Knit lf'O Kino
Sl.AOntul SJ.00 Der
by Htils, Clisttlcngc
, mi in . 1 i i ii
s v. iiiaiusss3. iii .WVI11
-.T-M--". . l I, ll V
l ' II
Men's Fiue Ulack
anil llrotvn Fedora
Hats, S1.!0 kind;
challenge vale price
All Wool Cheviot Suits, nicely made,
stylish and Rood wearers; sold usually at
JJ.(.J, Challenge Sale price,
Good Business Frock Suits, all
wool, durably made, $S value;
Challenge Sale price,
K-e .iiv .
Toteil". II! hi'ltnii'ipnlls. .'I.
Td l .. ' ' . May I. The baseball season
In Til 'j wj" opened here to-day with a
Knit pm" between Toledo and Inillan
apoli TtiM was alo the dedication of a
new 1 1" 1. nit and a epeeeh was made by
Xlnvor Mn.'f. who also tOBSiil the first
liall over Uih plate. The paine was a
pit hrrs' battle from start to llnish. Krnrn;
Tol -"" . ft n i) 0 : S I 0 r-fi 11 3
In 'tup I's 0 0 a 1 a '.' 0 0 0;'. 2
1'in r, Tuleilo. l'tv and Ttouoh; In
dian pilii.,A'roai and McFatMti'l,
Detroit. H; (irniid ItitpliN, S.
(Iruil Hapljs, Mich.; .Mny I. Score;
Or - lt.iphiH..C 4 0 10 0 0 3 A S 10 3
vcr 2 a a - 0 a i 0 1-013 a
I.t'ic nes-l'arker. Stafford and Feer;
G and I-ohbpk.
National I.e.iKiiB MandlUg.
S"on. Lost. Cent
D 3 7r.ft
Vl h irp ...
c'.-v land ..
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St. I.oul ..
rn.ij.fn, Mw.'.MUAvVj'ii-rtoWiKJ sjv.m
p U . iO .
909-911 Main Street.
Mail Orders Must Have Cash Inclosed.
Arcs X to 7 years,
Fancy scotch Cheviot,
nil woot (intl fast colors,
coats richly trimmed with
silk braid: buckles on
side of pants! pood value.
nt JI.W; for this CO xr.
sale . i?ti)J
IW Hoys' Oouble breast
ed Suits, defiantly
trimmed; 4 to 15 years,
rtrietly all r.ool, Illack
or lllue Cheviot; double
kneo nnd sent; reRtilar
K valuej dial, fitj tn
lenpe Sale Price.. ?.OU
lMke your pick ot our
tlnest Hoys' Knee I'ant
Suits, apes 4 to IS years,
that formerly sold for 16,
J7 or . during this Ghnl-
'V'.1 '" s.L Hi
To-morrow there will be
a chance to choose from
E different patterns In
Combination Suits, lu
O.issinieri! nnd Cheviots,
fiesh sprlni; poods, nil
wool, closely woven, firm
texture, new colors and
jdyles, 1 double breasted
coat, 1! pair knee pants,
rap to match; JO value;
150 Bovs' Combination
Suits double breasted
coat, 2 pair pants, cap to
match; $4 value;
Challenge Sale CO ,IO
ion dozen more of those
double seat and Knee
a" $1.00 value 50C
175 Boys' Ionp Pants
Suits, 13 to 13 years. In
pretty casslmeres and
cheviots, licht and dark
nobby shades to select
jrom vi ana ss
IM Boys' Black Clay
Worsted Dress Suits, In
straight or round cut
sack, elegantly trimmed,
regular 112 value; Chal
lence Sale "? :n
JV Boys' All Wool Black and Blue
Hough Cheviot Suits In straight
or round cut. J10 value; dial- Qf Krt
lenge Sale price OU-OU
Fine llalorlcgnn Shirts
nnd Drawers, sold us
ually nt Tic: Challenge
O p n ts' Halhrlggnti
Shirts nnd Drawerg.sold
nt Mel Chnllcnge Salo
Gents' Half Hose.
Superfine Maco Cotton
Half IIoe, fast color, tans,
browns, blnek, spliced heel
nnd toe, great value at Sic;
Challenge Salo -rr
Fine Cotton Fast Black
nnd Tan Hose, worth 20c;
Challenge Sale nr
Fine TMire SILK NF.CKWEAB.
Tecks. Hows nnd 4-ln-JIands, real olr
50c value; Challenge Sale price "o-
40 different patterns,
made with yoke, 7r.o
kind; Challenge Salo
Fine Percale Laun
dered Shirts, finely
lnauo. nolib- lclnrt
that sell at $1; Chal
lenge Sale price,
Gents' Fine Percale
English M n r a b,
collars nnd cuffs at
tached, nnd Qnrncr'A
best Percales, with 2
collars and 1 pair of
1.50 value; Challenge
rXTl rl J
cuffs, SO designs.
Wf y' " -'A'fcB
batting streak In the ninth inning the
Phillies to-day wrested from the (.hints
nm. ixt ,i.m .nit eTelilnir cames ever wi
nussed 011 thi local grounds. From :he
start up 10 the ninth Inning the visitors
had the game well In hand. In the seventh
Inning Hodson was put In the boN, i.nd
the Giants made but one hit nil' him. Dl
hatity's two bagger In the ninth inning,
with two men on bases, won the game.
antced value, Jl,2nft; one mile. Greenwich
won; Probasco, second; St. Ilarlo, third.
Time, 112. ,
Fourth race Selling; purse $3'V; for 2-year-nl'.s;
four and one-half furlongs. Phil-,
eita won: Kssle, second; liallie Gay. third.
Time. ft:.Vi. j
Fifth race Purse jlii; for maiden 2-year-
olds; tlve furlongs. St. Lee won; McIIen-;
rv. second: Charley Young, third. Time. I
Sixth race Conditions same as second;
Philadelphia .00100200 7-PI 10 2 . " ""- i'j0,rifl,rdn0Tm ?5L nla"a '
New York ... 10! i 1 0 11-111! second, Am L third, lime. l.Iah-
Hallerles I'hll.lilelrihl.l. Smith. Hodson,
Carsey nnd Clements; New York, Itusle ,
tin. 1. 111, it Wiih)ugtini, '4
V r.i M.iy I. Htoekdule was batted
fr"i?l I'V uie llostiii.-; in-day. especially
e ) . 'KMh InnliiM. whin three singles
111 I it foiible Wert made in iplick biicees-
.ii Th- HenHiaiii played a upeib
1. 1. r; -line-, Biting their pitcher excel
I -et -upport
Ho-l'ni 0 ft 0 0 2 0 0 2 -5
W-h nj'ton 0 2000000 02
1 , i . IiM.toii. WlUim and Ityan;
V t .ti'ton. rltoekdale and SlcGulre.
I'lllr.lgil, ',; I lllll.vllle, I,
' Chi ii'0, III. Hay I. llase hits were not
n"i-4iy t'.r the OqU o win to-day's
g mi. .Shu- tri'o inutf In th third filled
th Li.".- .uid then .McDertnott forced
them all In by bas on b.ilU. Hrrors by
Glasscoi It un 1- Clark with u liulo bitting
d. ' th rent in the hovrtith. Attendance,
4,ouO. S' ori
CUb-ago .0 0300010 0-7 92
Lonll'.'Iie 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-1 S 3
!t.iitere Chicago, Klttredge and Qrlf
flthj Louisville. Cut.- and McDennott,
JUHImuri. Ill llro.lUlyn, U.
Jtrooklyp N. Y itay i. The Bulti
tnorex poundl Stein hard at KaBtern park
tj-day and won a they pleased. Hulftr
wan a complete enigma to the Hrooklyns
and tb'V ncro fcliut out.- Attendance, PV
Haltimore , 2 12 0 10 0 3 2-11
Hr"OlUn 0 0000000u-0
Hal), lies llulilmoro. Jlolftr and Itobln
son, Hru.kHn Stein and (irlmm.
( l.'wltiiil. II; t. I.011U. n.
Cleveland, O., Hay 4. Cleveland made
It three utralvhtu with St. Louis to-day
The vliltor made more hlla than the home
team, but the Ialttr wan more lucky at
the bat. Attendance, 2,nX. Score:
U II 1;
Cleveland ... 2 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 '- 10 3
S'. LwuU .. . .2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1-5 11 2
Uatterla-cl'vtland. Cuppy ana .limner;
Bt. Iouia, Stuley and IVlu.
I'lilludelliU. 10 .Now York, V.
ffelladeJpbJa, May 4.-J!y a magnificent
I'ttt.lnirg, .1; C'lnrlniiiiti, a.
Pittsburg, Pa., May I. Smith's home run
In the tenth brought a victory for the
Pirates to-day. The ball went clear oer
the fence. Hawley proved himself a won
der. In the ten Innings he only gave the
Hids two hits. Cincinnati made her two
runs on errors. The attendance was S.SuO.
Pittsburg ... 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 .1 Hi r.
Cincinnati ..1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 02 2 0
Batteries Pittsburg. Han ley and Kins
low; Cincinnati, Phillips and Vaughan.
Western .siirl.lthm G:ime. I
Omaha, Neb., May 1, One thousand peo
ple witnessed the game to-day. Omaha,
15; Qulncy, 16.
St. Joseph, Mo., May I. St. Joseph, 11; I
Lincoln. Neb., MHy 4. Lincoln, 2; Peo- i
Ues Moines, la., .May 4. Dea Moines, ;
Itockford. 4. j
Muitlierii I.eugne tiiiiiieii. t
Nashville, T.-nn., May 4. Nashville, 11; '
New Orleans, La., May 4. New Orleans,
21; Memphis, C.
Ainiileiir lt.iclmll. (
department House Grays play the Ex
celsior Springs nine to-day at Hxeelsior '
The Department House Beds will play
the Clover Leaf team of Kansas City, Kas.,
on the Cloer Leal grounds.
The Department Houe Grays organized
ycMerday. and this will lie the tlrst game.
The battery tor the Grays, will be Iirumeyi
and McKlnney, for the Keds, McMann audi
Hilly tiling signed fur the l!lue. '
Malinger Manning la determined to
strengthen the pitching department of the
lllue,. if pusslble. Yesterday he signed
BIHj Kllng, the Kansas city pitcher who
was n leased by Louisville because that
team bud tuu tunny pit. hers, and lie will
soon be given an opportunity to show what
he can do in the box. Kllng Is a good
pitcher, and, being In excellent form,
should do good work for the Blues.
KENTUCKY DERBY CANDIDATES. '
lliilma Wilt llo the t'.tiurlte, but laureate,
ll.i.i an I Curator Will All ll:io 1
Lot. .if It. 11 kerri.
Louisville, Ky., May I Halnia. Galon j
d'Or and Potsdam arrived yesterday nnd '
all of the Keiiiucky Derby starters are now '
tendy for the battle on Monday. Thero
will bo sis horses go to the poit. The
other three aro Bass, Cnrr.itor and Lame
nts. A fortnight ago It looked llko a walk
over for Laureate, with two great victories
10 his credit. Then ontiio his defeat, fol
lowed by the lctories of Halnia mid the
iraik-teorchlng work ot It.iso and Curra
tor. The. kaleidoscope had shlfied and
from a une-horie race, the Kentucky Derby
developed Into what promises to be the
bttst contest of that classic event in ten
llalma will be the favorite, because of his
two ritLcnt victories 111 Lexington, but
Laureate -will be close at his heeU tn the
bet'lnn. followed by liastu uiid Curator
In the order named. Potsdam and Galon
d'Or havo few followers, ulthough ti sta
ble ha a high opinion of ihe former,
It Is expected the Derby will )o witnessed-
by the greatest crowd ever assembled
011 a Kentucky trark. All the railroads,
will run excursions and train loads liavi.
already be.-n booked from Cincinnati, In
dlauapolls. Chicago, LeUngton and oth-r
points. There are over fcm hortes at the
tra. k. embrailng all the Western cra.ks
iiid the (lower qf the 2 and 3-ycar-ol'ln.
L'lu.lng Day at l.eilngton.
Leximtton, Ky.. May 4.-The Kentucky
BMOvlutloit clo.ed tu slxty,nlnth iinuual
Hiring mvetlng with very good Snec-.j this
ufternoon. The Weather was line, the
track fast, the croud large, and the snort
excellent, lour favorites, a secoi. 1 colce
and a rank outsider won th six events on
the card. Greenwich had a lay duivn In the
Straus stakes and won all the way Phil.
Uta, Mike Ifowerman's lllly. w.n the sur
prise of the meeting, she winning the
fourth race very easily. Price ruled from
40 to 00 to 1 Special trains 1. ft t,.-nlht for
LouUvllle, taking nearly ull th- strangers
out of the city. ' b""
First race Sel Ing; purse W: for 3-year.
ulds and upwards; seven and one-halt fur.
longs. Hap-4-Tap won: Tom Klmore sec
owI;Tarlif Iteform. third. Tin..' iTsi
Second ra. belling; pur . iom- for 3.
ycar-oldj and upwards; six furlunct. Aco
won; May Hose, second; Al Boyer, third.
Third race Louis and Om Straus' belling I
stakes; for 3-year-olds and upivardt; guar-1
Winners at Him tliorne.
Chicago, 111., May 4. Pop Gray easily
beat Percy, the Ironmaster ar.d Amelia
May In the selling stakes at Hawthorne
to-day. The attendance was large, the
weather threatening and the track fast.
There was no trouble. The warrants sworn
out yesterday for the arrest of the oltlclals
were not served.
First race For 2-year-olds; allowances;
i-elllng; half a mile. Kamslng. 103 (Chornl,
1.1 to 1, won: Millie M.. P IClay), 2 to 1,
second; Cherub. KJ (Twoblts), C to 1, third.
Time. 0:4DV Claude Hill, Senr.iene, Har
mony, Fannie Hunt and Atalanta also ran.
Second race For all ages; allowances;
selling; six furlongs. Tremor, 95 (K. Coch
ran), I' to 5, won; Cossack. H; tClerlco), S
to 1, second; Martha Gntlln, St (Clay), S
to 1, third. Time, 1:11. llooze. The Pre
tender, Grade C. Mos.-ey, Simrock and
My Hebe also ran.
Third race Selling; sweepstakes for 3-yfar-olds
and upwards; J.'jO each, ir, for
telt, with $1,300 added, of which $2.7) to sec
ond nnd JIVt to third; allowances; seven
furlongs. Pop Gray, lOi (Chorn), 3 to 1,
won; Imp. Percy, 101 (Bergen). 3 to 5,
second: The Ironmaster, 101 (J. Hill), 3 to
.", third. Time, 1:2G. Amelia May also
Fourth race For all ages; allowances;
one mile. Figaro, 110 (Bergen), 3 to 1, won.
Shuttle, 57 (Twoblts), 30 to 1, second; Ilas
per. M (Clay), 4 to 1, third. Time. lilOi.
Artist. Wanderman, Dick Tension and
Imp. Wolsey also ran.
Fifth race For all ages; allowances; over
four hurdles; one mile and a. sixteenth.
My Luck. 101 (McCullough). I to 5. won;
St. Hrandoo, lit! (Blaktly), 3 to 1. second;
Bedford. 122 (Casey), 1 to 5, third. Time,
l:.v). Orrin itogers and Valerra also ran.
Uncertainty fell at the second hurdle.
longs. Abana Boy won; Kalamazoo, sec
ond; Marble Bock, third Time. l:K
Secon 1 race Half a m.ie. Cassle Neil
won: Security, second. S01 lal Smith, third.
Third race One and one-eighth miles.
Our .Maggie won: Freddie L. T., second;
Constant, third. Time, 1:55'.
Fourth race Six furlongs. Mordotte
won; Jim Head, second; Dago, third.
Fifth race Five and a halt furlong.,
lucatan won; I)f. Garnet, second; Bar
guard, third. Time, 1.104.
Itesillts uUi.t St. Louis.
St. Louis, Mo., May I. First race Half
a mile. Fncle Lew won: -Wilmah G., sec
ond; Bombard, third. Time. 0:E2li.
Second race riv.elghths of' a mile.
George vs. Bailey won: Violette, second;
Censor, third. Time, l:ic,'4.
Third race Three-quarters of a mile.
Equator won: Hrakeman, second; Hanco
c.as. third. Time, 1:20K.
Fourth race-Seven-elghths of a mile.
Dave Pnlslfer won; Eagle Bird, second;
Oh No, third. Time, 1:31.
Fifth race One and one-half miles. Pow
hatta won; dime to Stay, tecond; South
erner, third. Time. 2:47i.
Ivin.as I'ni.er.Ky Athletic. Meet.
Lawrence. Kas., May 4. (Special.) Tho
Kansas university annual Indoor athletic
meet was held tills evening at the opera
-house In this city. The contests were
boxing and wrentllng. The heavy weight
boxing had three entries and was won by
"'harles Fletcher. For middleweight box
ing theie were three enirles and the event
was won by It. Fletcher. For lightweight
boxing there were three entries and the
winner was Wagstaff. For heavyweight
wrestling there were two entries and tho
winner was c. W. Armour. For middle
weight wrestling there were three entries
and the winner was Hmlly. For llght
welsht wr.stllng there were four entries
and ihe winner was Tom lllekeclter.
There was also exhibition work on hori
zontal and parallel bars and with Indian
S.m rr.mcliico U.icch.
San Francisco, May 4. Lovdal and Kven
tide wviu the only winning favorites to
day, long shots having another winning
day. The track wus very btlcky, owing
to yesterday's rain.
First race One mile. Snn Luis Bey won;
Alexis, second; Dura, third. Time, 1:17.
Second race Seven furlongs. McFnilane
won: Hear Guard, second; Del Norte,
third. Time. 1 M.
Third race Four and a half furlongs.
Kventlde won; Hejected, second; Irene !:.,
third. Time, 0:5:U.
Fourth race Mile and a quarter; handl
cap. Lovdal won; Itoma. second; Gllead,
third. Time, 2:15,
Fifth race About one mile and half;
short course steeplechase. North won;
April, second; Tho Lark, third. Time, 3:23.
Sixth 1 arc Five furlongs. Ilvman won;
Airic, second; Mantell, third. Time, 1;03,
Mnlnuc. I'I.ijhI In I'iuo I'nrm.
One of the largest crowds that ever wit
nessed a pool mati-h In Kansas City was
at the Ituy.il billiard hall, yesterday, to
t-ce the wlndun ni.itih between Malone arl
Byle. The balls a ted badly, owing to the
damn atmosphere, but Malone made runs
of fifteen ball, three times during the
game. The score at tho finish was Malone,
131; Kyle, ID. Thi-- gives Malono tho purse
and the match by a total score of CO)
to Kyle's 31"
la the evening Malone and Chris Oott
Hub played a mat' h nt odds of 100 to 30.
It took Malone twenty-live minutes to
convince Chris that ho knew nothing about
the game. At tho end of the koventh
frame the score was, Malone, 100; Gott
lieb, 0. I '
i'huut.t fur a New Cup Defender.
Minneapolis. Mum., May 4. The Journal
says to-day If there Is time Arthur Dyer,
the St. Mlnueiunka boat builder will be
commissioned to build un bO-footcr of the
Onawa type to def.nd the America's cup.
The order will re from a Iloston syn
dicate of yarhtim-u who have watched the
performances of the Salomon, a 40-footer,
built for W V., V Kuatls. of Huston, by
Dyer. It Is given out that she made re
markable tlrm In P.uissards Uay In a whole
sail breeze, an 1 the tyjie is believed to be
faster thun any yet found. ,
Kc.ulL ut Ituliy. I
Iloby, Ind., May 4.-Flrst race-Six fur-1
Acme Howling; Club.
Barse won the medal at tho roll of the
Acmes on the itoyal alleys last night.
parse 12 n f.33
aiighn S 11 303
HaJe 6 10 WJ
Pleronet ie i,
Kpperson 8 11 471
Ruble f, 12 47u
Walte s 11 461
Irwin 0 S 401
V. Irwin 7 9 4
Metbker 5 11 427
MOUNTAIN.-, (IN 1'Ilti:.
rietur.Miii but Awful sight nt tho Village
nf i'Mieac, In I'raueo.
A communication from Aveyron,
France, says: "The village of Cransae
Is surrounded by burning mountains. Tho
Montet, which, according to local chron
iclers, has been on fire for more than n
century, has now the uspict of a verlt
nblo volcano. From Its crater-like sum
mit an Intense volume of smoke rises
during the day, while at night n multi
tude of varl-oolored Homes furnish the
glorious Fpectaclea of u mountain on
lire. Actuated doubtless by tho strong
winds of the last few weeks, the fiery
element, which bus been consuming the
entire Montet mountain proper, has
spread to the range, mill has nssumed
I proportions which nro very grave. Dur
1 Ing very dark nights the blaze llluml
1 nates tho horizon as that of a great con
; migration. At times blue white names
shoot up to n cunsidernbl.. height, giving
the elfect of lightning durinir n uinen.
A curious fact about the burning Montet
Is that whenever a period of very cold
temperature ensues the mountain lire
seems to gtow In Intensity. All idforts
to extinguish tho blaze, or even to re
tard Its progress, have been In vain. All
that bus been tlono to smother or quench
tho lire appeared to but Increnso, tho
fury of the dovourlng element. Its prog
ress Is Increasing, and tho Idaze never
was as fierce as it Is now." This nro Is
the sequel to 11 conllagrntlon that broke
out lu the coal mines of Fontaine and
Montet many decades ago. Joanne men
tions the burning mountain In his "Geo
graphical Dictionary nf France, Hll,"
as' having been on fire a long time.
International Medical Cinigre., nt Hume.
Dr. Danllewskl. the celebrated Hu-lun
I physician, read ' poper at tho Internation
al Medical congress, held at Home in lu,
! In which he stated: "Civilized man uses
, alcohol so extensively, and has done so for
so long, that one may with certainty nf.
tlrm the existence of alcoholized protoplasm
In drunkards, Just as one llnds morphlnlzed
protoplasm In cases of chronic Intoxication
Students of Inebriety have been struck
with Ihe similarity of the teachings of Dr.
Danllewskl and Dr. Leslie 10. Keeley, for
every one who Is at nil familiar with the
subject knows tlmt the latter has be-n
treating liquor and moi-phluii addiction on
this theory for over tlfteen years,
1 llutt.iii Wilt Hear Hunting.
Denver, Col., May 4. A special to the
Times from Silver City, N. SI., says:
The body of N. D. llutton, a reporter
on the Chicago Tribune, was brought
In hero to-day frightfully mangled. ife
1 was bear hunting near the (Jila Hot
Springs yesterday when his horse
slipped on u smooth rock and both went
over ti clllf. Mutton's neck was broken
The body wus shipped East.
Th.i light ful Very.
Siegfried Keibeles. the head bookkeeper,
had become engaged to the daughter of Ids
rich but very stingy principal, who was
away from home ut the time. He adilressd
the , tallowing telegram with reply prepaid
, to his future father-in-law: '
"Just become engaged to Betty. Mamma
agreeable; request your consent ulso. Con
sent prepaid. Hetty and Siegfried." Tug-
1 liche Hundschau.
C0RINT0 WILL BE EVACUATED,
N'lcanigua Accepts the Moulded Ultimatum
and the llr'itl-li Wiir-lilps Will Soon
l.c.ll fur Home.
(Copyrighted ISM by the Associated Press.)
Managua. Nicaragua, via Galveston,
Tex., May 4. At 1 o'clock this morning
Nicaragua authorized Senor Christlano Me
dia, Salvadorean minister to London and
Paris, acting Nlcaraguan minister In Lon
don, to accept the modified ultimatum ot
Great Britain. This modified ultimatum,
It is understood Here, was secured by tho
Influence nnd through the Intercession of
the Fnlted States. Senor Media Is nlso au
thorized by the government to pay tho
16,3 sterling In London, under protest,
within Ave days after the departure of the
British squadron from Corlnto.
Orders tor the evacuation' of the port of
Corlnto by the British are to be cabled to
Admiral Stephenkon to-day, and It Is
thought probable that he is already In pos
session of Instructions to that effect from
Earl Spencer, tlrst lord of thn admiralty.
It Is understood here that the other Items
In the original ultimatum of Great Britain
will all be settled by arbitration.
Cable messages have been constantly
passing and repassing during the day be
tween Senor Christlano Media In London
and President JCelaya. of Nicaragua. In
the first of the messages received early In
the day from Lord Klmberly through Senor
Media, the government of Great Britain
gave its terms of the modified ultimatum.
The terms of the ultimatum were at once
accepted by the Nlcaraguan government,
and word to this effect was dispatched to
Senor Media In London.
IMI'ltOVKI) TKA1N HKUVJOli
Mlcnurl l'nrltle Will 1'ut on the New York
lut Mull a Week Prom To-duy.
The Missouri Pacific Hallway Company
will, on May 12, Inaugurate n new train
service to the East and make other
change:, in time which will be of Incal
culable benefit. With Its thirty-six passen
ger trains arriving and departing daily
from l.'nlon depot north, east, south and
west, the Missouri Pacific still recognized
the Importance to this city of a quicker
and better service to Eastern points.
Ever since the inauguration of the west
bound fast mail.lt has had a contract with
the government for performing the serv
ice, leaving St, Louis at 2 n. m. und arriv
ing ut Kansas City at 10.30 a. in., dally,
and it has been the desire of the man
agement 10 soure from Uncle Sam a con
tract for an east bound last mail, which
would pl.ne Kansas City on an equality
wltli any metropolitan city, both regard
ing mall and pasfenger service for all
Eastern points, and extend to this city
all the advantages deilved by St. Louis
from the Kniekfibocker expiess, leaving
that city at noon, nnd the Keystone ex
press, leaving at I p. m. dally, for New
To secure these advantages, a noun day
train, to lie known as Ihe Now York fast
mall, will leave Kansas City Union depot
at 1 p. m. dally, beginning one week from
to-day. and will carry, In addition to the
, mall cars, a baggage car and two elegant
passenger coaches. This train will make
only seven stops. Including one nt Jeffer
son City for supper between Kansas City
and St. Louis. The importance of this new
train will be appreciated when It Is stated
Unit passeiigei can leave here on it at
1 11. 111. and reach St. Louis at 10 p. 111.,
connecting with the Vandiilla-Pennsylvanla
fast mall and passenger train, arriving nt
Indianapolis at ii a. m., Columbus ut noon,
Plttebuig at 1 1, m. and New York at 7:10
a. m. Connection Is also made with the
Baltimore ti Ohio Southwestern fast mall,
arriving at Louisville and Cincinnati for
dinner Washington and Baltimore for
Train No, 3ii2 will leave Joplln nt 0 a, m,
and after connecting ut Pleasant Hill with
the New York fast mall, will reach Kan.as
City at 3.3u p. m,
The local express for St. Louis and main
line points w-lll leave at 7 a. in., and the
Sit, Louis limited day express will leavo at
10 a, m.. as at present.
Train No. n. for St. Louis, will leave at 0
p. m.. Instead of D:3) p. m., us at present,
and will carry chair car, Scarrtt high
bat ked seat car and three elegant Pullman
sleepers, Including a new Pullman com
partment sleeping car of the very latest de
sign, built especially for this train, which
an- models of comfort and elegance.
For the beneilt of our merchants, the
Missouri Pacific will also Introduce an
other new feature. Upon artival nt Se
dalia of the west bound fast mall at 7 '..'"
u. 111., u coach will be attached, and stops
made at W'arrensbunr, Holdeu and Pleas
unt Hill, thus aifording un opportunity for
residents of these ctl to leave home at
a seasonable hour and spend a day in
Kansas City for business or amusement,
and return home the same evening If de
sired. Train No. I will leave St. Louis at
9 n. 111. and arrive at Kansas City at 6
p. in. daily, a saving of twenty-live min
utes. All other trains north, south and west
will continue to run on the present sched
ule, as shown on Union depot time card und
lu dally papers.
Working for un Appeal.
Washington, May 4.- (Special.) Ex
Unlted States Attornoy Speed, of Okla
homa, Is on hand to look after the Choc
taw railway right of way case, which con
cerns the location of that road through
Pottawatomie county, O. T. Mr. Sped
will place the matter before the depart
ment of Justice nnd it Is understood that
he will urge the department to order that
an appeal bo taken from the decision of
Justice Scott, In which the temporary In
junction against the company was dis
solved. This appeal would be taken before
the supreme court of Oklahoma but, as
estimated, could be disposed of verv soon
by tho court by making It special, so that
very little would be lost In the matter of
completing the road. It Is believed from
expression In the department that an ap
peal Is likely to be taken, and certainly
if the attorney having charge of the case
In the department Is allowed by the at
torney general to have his way about It
the case will be appealed, but the matter
will have to bo passed upon by the attor
HUMAN SKULL OP IKON.
Curious "C.-nt" of a l'reliNtorlo Head lu tho
In previous "notes," as well as In edi
torial utterances, we have tried, says
the St. Louis Republic, to disprove tho
popular fallacy that human bono and
llesh occasionally turn to solid stone.
We do not deny the fact that many cu
rious post-mortem frenlcs of the above
character have been reported by reliable
persons, but what we do wish to record
here is our disbelief in the theory of tho
actual transformation of flesh into other
substances. Wo have admitted the
plausibility of the "substitution theory,"
i. e., that as flesh decays mineral matter
can be substituted, molecule for mole
cule, until the cast will take upon itself
the exact form of the llsh and bono, but
that Is not "petrifaction." A case In
point Is exhibited in an iron human skull
and brain which belongs in the museum
of the department of prehistoric anthro
pology, Smithsonian Institution. "Wash
ington. The corpse had originally been
burled on a hillside, which was full of
water holding Iron in solution. As the
brain decayed the mineral water filled
tho vacancies with Its deposit of Iron
ore, until Anally there was only left an
exact metal cast or wnat nan once been
a living man's organ of thought, S001
tho bones of tne skull decayed, and
water, being no longer confined, ceased
to leave a deposit, and when the irravo
was opened all that was found was de
cayed grave clothes and the curious Iron
Alcohol Is a I'olsnn.
All Intoxicating liquors and beverages
Alcohol Is a poison to the nervous sys
tem and causes a diseased condition of
the nerve cells.
The diseased condition Is accompanied by
a craving for stimulants and diminution of
the will power.
Total abstinence will prevent the dis
ease, but will not cure tho diseased condi
tion alter H is uiwe present.
In mind when thinking of n Snrlno
Stilt that THE IiOYAL TAILORS is the
hest placo to give your order.
Their stock is newest, frcxlicst, laracst
in Kansas City. Over ncueufccH hundred
styles to select from, gathered from tho
hest looms in this anil foreign countries.
Whatever is desirable in woolons Is here.
We are tlio largest buyers and sellers of
woolens in tho Southwest. This en
ables us to make lowest prices.
For our great, May Sale, now in pro
gress, ice me ojjcrlny spcr.ltd lines In
choice, hlfili ijmdc sultlmjs for business
or dress suits at
$20 and $25.
Nothing in valuo can equal our suit
outside of our house.
All our work is done by Kansas City
tailors and is "up to dulo" in every de
tail. Lot us take your measure for a suit or
Early selection is suggested.
We will send you the best and safest plan
to speculate on Board of Trade, Our bust
ncss Is strictly commission.
J. W. IIAKEIl & CO.,
323 Blnlto HIdg.. Chicago.
Great Cliffs Within thu Arctic Clrclo Where
Within the Arctic clrclo are tho great
bird colonies. The largest and most re
markable Is that of Svaerholt Klubbeu,
livery Inch of this wonderful cliff, which
rises nuout a thousand
... .. ' risen iiiiniir n iliniifinml frt fr.-im v,
a euro nr in rnnniimn. wmn is niir..i - . . .- . -. -..- -" liiq
.rfSSJSS' of D& Lesl.e K. Keeley !,'mES.UJc,l"7R.,0' ft V",VY"
Sft? "uioSl'tlstell ?fc r &
iuiii it-en i.uifl.
The Keeley treatment Is the onlv nun in,
anrseu ny ine uniieu states government
The public Is warned against all Itnlta
rs or the Keeley treatment, their mil.
claim being cheapness, and Is earnestly re
bio ledges whlto with undisturbed millions.
These consist almost entirely of the small
gull (Itlssu trldnctyla), and they are a
help r , " source of considerable Income to tho owner
neatly re! of M'a co!on wo lives ut the little llshlug
there Is no
station close by
every yeur, by
About the middle nf li
means of a long ladder
building, Kansas City, Kas.
Alcohol and Ilrntli.
"ThS'on y'KeiW InitVtul. In'flthVr' or ,. Placed .against' the , foot of the cliff; he p,o'.
Kansas Cltys Is located In the Portsmouth ,tlVSVltX.ViJWlh!!
number taken uverages from 5.000 to loom)
annually, or the produce of, say, 3.000 nalr
Life Insurance companies compute that pose of Svaerholt, as they are In the Faroe
four lntemnerate drinkers and two morter. ! K ti.nt the iiiu-iu.st nt ,h. ;,..:".',"
ate drinkers die' to one total abstainer, ures 'represents only a very small percent-
llo Wus the Muu.
Tit Bits: Here is a story of a man who
was very mucn auuicteu to t
who once reached home wh
ago of the yearly production or the colony
us far Ihe greater portion of tho clltf face
where the nests are packed as clnaeu- i
y ot a man who (hey can bo, remains absolutely untouched
o traveling, and The food ot these multitudes of birds
when the house during the summer months consists for
, " " i h"".. unu Biuyeu 10 ine most part or nsn spawn (more purlieu,
dinner. One of the company, a notorious larly that of codfish, which la ubundunt In
drawer of the long bow, told a story of his these Northern waters), und of the small
being off the Cape of Good Hope in an Crustacea, which are driven to and fro hv
Indiumun. when a floating object was dls-.the currents along the coast In Immense
covered which proved to be a caBk, where-I masses. To the latter belong the tiny or
on a n.an was seated, clinging to a small ganlsms Calanus Flnmarehlcus and Un.
staff in thi bunchole. "Come on hoard?" . bausla Inermls. the favorite frwi .,.'.
retoited the ocean waif, when hailed. "No, lively of the whales, Halaenoptera borealis
thank you. I'm very comfortable here, .and Ii. Stnbadll. when these giants un.
I'm bound for the cape. Can I take letters Iproach tho mouths of the great fjords In
there foi you? Don't bother about me July and August. In winter the famous
Pin all light," Then, amidst the sllenro , cllrr Is completely deserted. By the end of
which followed this Incredible yarn. Col-'August the young gulls ure able to take
onel O. arose and gravely addressed Ihe rare of themselves, and all take their de
narrator. "Sir," he said, "for years I have parture. to return no more until the foi-
ueen iryinb iu unu unj unu u?iunging to ....., j ... ... ...wt.ii. ui niurca.
that ship to return thanks for the great
courtesy shown me on that occanoh, At
last I urn enabled to do so. Sir, I was the
nidn on tho cask!"
fruit Crop Destroyed by Hale.
Mexico, Mo May 4. (Special.) A 'ter
rible hall storm visited the eastern part
of Audrain and Callaway counties ut 9
o'clock this morning. Hailstones as largo
as a. man's fist literally covered the earth
Houses and bams were badly damaged
and the fruits crops In the line of the
storm were completely destroyed. Buckets
full of the hailstones were brought here
und pronounced the largest aver seen.
Very little wind accompanied the storm,
but a copious and greatly needed rain foi.
An old admiral, well known for his now
ers of exaBgeration, was describing a vov.
age at supper one night. "u'"fe a voy.
"While cruising In the Pacific." said he
reVdWs?er'.8l"4nd wh,ch w &
"But." said one of the guests miiin
with boiling sprlngs!"-Tld-Bltsf isUnd
Ten cents a week.
At your door every mornlntr
,1.00 a year by mall,