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ADDITIONAL SPORTING NEWS
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IRISH ATHLETE WINS
ALL HONORS
Thomas Kiely . Makes 7 High
Score In Meet in Sta
dium
Zy ST. LOUIS, f Mo., : July 4/—World's Fair
f '■■ Stadium—Thomas :. F.; Kiely, X' of -' ', Ireland;'
won s the-j all-around championship, of the
7; world / from v five other noted«athletes __ in
> *.the: games ; held - today under the auspices^
- of * the A. s A .7U: 7«The - final : score was as
follows: -: • Thomas Kiely, v-? 6,086 -"- points;
f Adam B. Gunn. of : Buffalo, 5,907?p0ints y
7 T.: :i Triixton » Hare, of- the University of.
7 Pennsylvania,'; 5.813 f points /John J. Hal
-7 loway.v of - the Greater 7 New' York Irish
,- Athletic association, 5,273 '■ points. /.;7.f .7.
'.'.: :- Elleryi H. Clark,- of z Boston, 7 and John
'.Grieb, ;of .Philadelphia," "also ; : started in.
I the events, but ; Clark .was j taken I sick dur- .
* ing the j hammer; throw and' left - the com:"
I petition. Grieb -dropped-: out: during^ the
fi pole vault, his score up to that time be
'- ing "too - low to"give f him a place.. '•:- ■: ?*'
. Ellery'; H. - Clark was : the; holder, of the
*f world's championship,; and up to.the ham
mer .throw, was showwell, and would
■ /doubtless | have been placed had" he not
■ f been - forced to ; retire. . The .: summaries: / 7
: 100-yard run—Won: by Hare. r Halloway
7 second. Clark . third: *: Time. 10 4-5. -.."" yy
Putting 16-pound shot— won. Hare:
-second," .Kiely third. -Distance, 40 feet
" inch. ": / - / --" ■'-',■
Running high jump—Halloway won,
7, Gunn . second,* .* Clark - third.;; Height, 5
-feet 5 inches. . -j " -
.: 880-yard "". walk—Kiely won. Holloway
/.second, Clark " third. Time, 3:59. - .-r* •
,/ ."Throwing 16-pound, hammer won. -
/. Hare .-second,*:Gunn third. *:Distance,' 120
; feet 7finches."..-"'. ->•' ; .7 ■-. . yyyz*
z Pole vault—Gunn .won,-* Halloway sec
ond. Kiely third. Height. 9 s feet 9 inches.
; 120-yard - hurdle Kiely won, : Gunn sec
ond. Hare• third.- Time, 11:04. i 'z. --.:. .c-y -.
" Throwing -56-pound weight—Kiely won.
- Hare second,';; Gunn v .third.- Distance, 29
"'. feet"3; inches. * .-."7- -;-■.-.- ; t -;- ":■;
'-. .Running, broad jump—Hare f won. *. Kiely
• second, Gunn "third.. Distance,; 19 feet 11
"Inches.-- - -//:'
One : mile . run—Hare - won, Halloway.
" second, :Gunn third. 'Time. 5:40. ...;. .--■: -
': The heavy rain spoiled the . elementary
-and high -school-athletic championships;
.-* and postponed the I awarding of the inter
f'- city trophy.'cup. until 'tomorrow afternoon,
."when the meet will* be finished.
SHAMROCKS MAY PLAY "
Wz SECOND GAME HERE
Plans Are Under Way to Secure Another
Contest to Decide Sunday's Tie
St. : Paul'fans may have another op
■"■.: portunity to see: the -Winnipeg Shamrocks
:.;in ; action if t the : plans being worked- out
7 by the local management do not miscarry.
f - Other ; engagements have necessitated the
. I postponement"■• of ■ the \ Minto cup games in
/-.Montreal until late in August; and ; the
7 St. Paul management is trying to have
"'.the Shamrocks return home via St. Paul
f-and play off the tie. .-.-.,-.:.-...' .'
It is figured that the game-can be
played in the evening at 'the down-town
park .from 6:30 to 8:15, which allows
.-.plenty .iof.-time.for two quarters'of twenty
' minutes and two of fifteen.' This propo
sition "was put to < the Shamrocks , before
/..leaving-Sunday, and they had af heated*
i*ili*'cussion over the question,»-some be
; ing in favor of it and--some-averse., to it.
- President: Cameron: is heartily.; in , favor of
*-. it as he feels that Sunday's game was vir
". tually -.*- a ■ defeat • or JS the - Shamrocks," 3as
everyone conceded ' that the Saints '-■ were
improving with every minute of-play.'and*
had the game gone to* a decision, •■'• the
* .chances wre .* largely in -■ favor of 77 the
-Saints^winning out. 1- .- yy . -. •
If-k the proposed game is arranged . the
. local team will be called I out . for practice
j j every- evening. this ,' • week, vas President
-"Murphy, feels they: have the chance-of
- their.Jives rto lower the colors of the fa
ll mous* Canucks. .-,' I
ff/^ Henley Regatta Today •■
'2- HENLEY, Eng.. July Although fthe
Henley regatta only properly '- commences
tomorrow, it was necessary.. to row off a :
: ; couple 'of preliminary, heats for the Dia-
I mond j sculls | today in consequence- of the
"large number of entries.. T. F..= Scholes,.
of the Don Rowing club, of 7 Toronto,
easily -.won* his heat, , defeating A. ; A.
Stuart, of the Kensington Rowing club,: by
five lengths. Time;.nine:minutes one sec-'
ond. ; ■-...- .. - . : -:_;. . ...
- Game at Fairmont
Special to the Globe
* FAIRMONT, ; Minn., July 4.—ln a
; short snappy • game here /this" afternoon
Fairmont - defeated Heron" Lake -by • a ;
score of 4 to 1. There was a big crowd in
attendance. ;; - ■ :
SCHOCH
JULY S—BARGAINS
-- The day. after the: Fourth is always"- a
BIG DAY at the BIG STORE. It should
be bigger . than it ' ever swas '■ in "former
years today. -- Almost" your own "prices:
in order, to .'.'start *. things going" after
the Fourth. „.-■ • - -;--■
--READ—REFLECT— MONEY
FRESH AFTON (Minnesota) STRAWBERRIES
-24-Quart S day $1.75
- ■---•■ 3 quart 5............."..."; 25c -*• * 7
Z.zJZ. 16quart ca5e.:....;.,.;, $1.20
-Wisconsin Strawberries cs q e ua^;; • 95c
"4/ quarts! .7.'ft. yyy. ■.".* ' 25c
10-lb box fresh California 1 Royal Ann
■:•■ Cherries .........-..:.. z.'.i.:.. $1.25
: 10-lb box. Black - Republican i Cherries. $1.50
SourCherriesH.S.,sl.oo
* US? 3 *; °me Early « Tuesday 7for - -»«
.^ These Sour Cherries. - 7 7?*-*
Finest ; California Apricots, basket .. 25c
Finest California crate rv. XX- 90c
, Florida ; Pineapples, each, 10c, 15c and 20c
I-811. 5, ox ''Hale's Early" California
2 uu'Peaches; can be shipped **VC
Table Plums & et 35c
• Table.Peaches,* : basket z:Z'X .7.".777.* *" 25c
i Sweet -Valencia' Oranges, - dozen—■*
:' 7 0,--; 7: 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c 'and'4oc"
- LenieOnQ Special—today only, ".-' ■ . v
„ ",U',S dozen. Be, :10c; .12c and 15c
\ Bananas, dozen •?"• •- ••; 10c, 15c and 20c
4 Small Bananas, dozen-.-.~.:;..v ■- -r- c c
" California Grape; Fruit,; each-.. "to-15c
Blackberries, box zy. 1.'.".*.'.. ■?:-■-■ --- 10
--13 '^ boxes, Black J Raspberries .'.".'.'.".'" ■'- 25c
f 4 : quarts ;-Gooseberries < .-.**.". 7. .:._, - -•' -z 25c
*; 3 * qua > Fresh - Currants 7 ". .*...". -r**■; • 25c
\Z\ quart -j boxes? Michigan Plums ..'.'.' 25c
, .New: Apples, > peck '..-.;;-": ryy. .*- •- 7 5q c
BUTTER OFFERIN6S £ &*-%& &
? -the; lowest; prices,- in 'town.- - ->-,--*• - " -**-"-
Good Dairy 5y tffi« p!^ 121 c
-6-lb jar fine fresh -Dairy "...'... 90 C
"Golden Rod" Pasteurized Cream -
v . „ ei*y Butter, the best
butter churned. We ofTer this prize-win
; ning, satisfaction-giving best 00-.
? product in 2, 3 and 5 lb jars, at?lb"*^ fcOC
•Good : Summer. Sausage,'-*lb."r.".- ~'~'-~-1% is?
- 3 combs White ► Clover •; Honey - fir" i 25c
„Goodi Cream >, Cheese, *_, lb .. ;-—>'"; ii\Z
Bismarck Herring, 'ican''^:^^^-^-^^
Good Potatoes {£ shel ..'."51.10
Mew Potatoes k 40 c
THE ANDREW SCHOCH GROCERY CO
"J*-: ■■■:■ Corner 'SeventhJ and Broadway.
SIGMA 5 SAILS FAST
White Bear Boat Makes Show
-7 7 > ing at Oshkosh
' Special -to The " Globe - --
i OSHKOSH. Wis., July * 4.—A regatta „■ in
which | our iof .'.the: cream fof * the boats lof *
1904 participated,*: one being built express
jly as \\ at challenger f or S the 3; Seawanhaka
cup. and ■_ in 1 which 5. the first * two t vessels j
; finished within | ten seconds *» of i each other 3
and never, save at one buoy, were i they
more than fifteen;seconds- apart,* such was j
', the ? race £ held oh* Lake?-Winnebago this :
afternoon to 3 decide the /possession of za:
I special Fourth of July trophy cupf offered
!by i the f Oshkosh (Yacht % club. yy. <- -://-/>/ . :'.
s. The i course was twice £ around *'; the .5 tri- •
;angular/ course 'of -j the "*: Oshkosh V Yacht .
club sin Lake Winnebago. The triangle
, measures six t knots z and.' is .tequila teral.**-
The ;; wind t was • a good * full ! sailing i breeze
: and was ;f rom-j the northwest, making the
; first leg. a"- reach,"-: the second >close-hauled;-
, by/ the wind , and the third -a" dead beat 'to■;
windward. — -•*"" ■ 3V■>-■■-;C^'. '■: -/-*-.:'/*;"~'~ '-y
Alberta got off first at 3:00:07. »Oshkosh
, crossed the i line /five i seconds i later. :£ Sig- ;
ma crossed at 3:00:23. and/Warrior: at
3:00:30. On: the reach Alberta/ maintained'
her lead and Sigma passed; Oshkosh. -j; Al- f
; berta ■ rounded y the £ northeast??*. buoy at
3:18:00, Sigma' at - 3:18:24 and '■ Oshkosh at .
3:18:39.:* On the close-hauled stretch both
Sigma? and Oshkosh passed Alberta, and
Sigma'led around the buoy at 3:34:10.
kosh crossing a second later and /Alberta*
; three/ seconds: .yiyyz :-/."/"'*- . •;...... -- r -•. ■-■-""- -'■.
.'--; On the ;. beat Ito ; windward home on ;= the
last:. leg 2" firstiX time 5 around l' Alberta was "
bested four 'minutes ? and ---forty;: seconds.'*;
Oshkosh': gained Jal| lead 'of' fifteen seconds -
over Sigma and/rounded" the .'home- buoy
at ;• 4:01:03.. The next • round ! was- a battle
royal"; between * Oshkosh and Sigma. Osh
kosh ;: lost ■ five i seconds lon - the > reach, but "
Sigma lost one":minute and' twelve seconds j
on the close-hauled /stretch,".: owing *to< an
error of judgment on *« the -part*: of her
i skipper, y She. nearly made •.- it .- up '■'. on : the -
dead- beat o and ;: finished ten v seconds be
hind; her opponent,: the finish -being one-off
; the most j exciting j ever 5 seen on - the - lake.
Warrior, never ..was near the money at any
time./" '•■7": • ';-/*--'-:':•'-" :^.yy zz::-—- zyyyy.
NORTHERN LEAGUE
Standingfof the Clubs f- -\y\ '■..'.
.-f-.: / Played; WOn. Lost. Per Ct/
Duluth 7/.. /..v.*. 40 ••-.-.-:., 29 Z; ,11 •.-.;;■ .725
Grand Forks .*:*. .39 -z ~y 21 .- .18 .538
Crookston /.:..:.. 37 Jy 19/ 18 7.513
Superior-.;.:..:.37.-7 18-,7 f 19 --•:.. .487
Winnipeg:.;:;-:-; .39 15--7 24"* .384
Fargo ....:.'.... 42 -- 16-26 .381
. ; Yesterday's, Results :f
Duluth'2,74,-Superior 1. 3. "
Fargo 2, 0,->Crookston C.:2. .
Grand • Forks 4, 3, ;'• Winnipeg 5, 2.
■■■■■■'■-' .'i:.T~~ — —-.zy-Z
--•7 Long Games at Forks
Special to The Globe ■■:. *'. 7 .77 -- ff-7..~.
GRAND: FORKS,-; N. D. July : 4.—Taking -
it all: around, this was one of the . most -
satisfactory, baseball .-days that there has*.
been Grand r Forks : this year. VA train
load of; Winnipeg -; people *■ came« down to"
see the ,\ games v- and the grounds were
crowded. The visitors ■■- had . the - satisfac- ■
-tion of > seeing:- their team win the after
noon; game, after one : of: the fiercest con--:
tests seen on 'the- diamond,*! lasting fif
teen innings, and- the playing - all : through
:was clean and snappy. The evening game;
was : won " by: the home • team, and - it. took
■ ten ' innings .to -do ' it.*» and r. this i game - also
was splendidly played.-^ scores:
: "7 ■'',- afternoon : XyZ-ZXzy
-■'■--■ z X ■"■'-■- ...y-.. y . : „^. ■::-.-,;, '.R.H.E.-
G." Forks .1 003000000 0 000 o—4 8 3
Win'peg .00030001000000 I—s '15:';.l-'
r i Batteries—Grand 7, Forks, O'Brien 7 and
Cheek; Winnipeg, ;Bartos ' and -Clark. ',' .-'. •-;
7*« -7 " y - EVENING " *^**~ - ' "
fG.7 Forks "-";.. .O-l-'fli 00 o'6 1:0 I—3 ' 9- i
.Winnipeg;:;..:. 100001000 o—2 : =3;. 1
*-"--■ Batteries—Grand '< Forks," ~- Morton 7 and
Cheek; Winnipeg, Bemis and • Clark.
Fargo Drops Two
Special to The Globe 7- z■';. :■- Z"._ „-."
FARGO, N. D.,; July- 4.—Both games
went| to I Crookston today % in.' featureless
contests.*' Pitchers Martin and Lempke
umpired; the forenoon game in the absence
of Hogan, and -. it < was * a • long - drawn t out
affair, and very unsatisfactory. Scores:
': 7 zyyy.y MORNING zyX- ; yy
-■£"- V- Z*" -. ■ '^:- *" ;j '■ "'t *" fc "-"—*,- -R. TT*- "FT*'
Fargo "!.7''..v.'..:0 0; 0 oof 0 2 0 0—2*~5^2
Crookston f...... 0 0 0 0,2:2. I—6 7 9 f 0
": BatteriesFargo, .- Hillock „ and 7 Lynch
Crookston,".Thomas and Henry.:
AFTERNOON ' 7-77
;;;. '; -777- ---'7-.;."'..-.- 7 7 , "D -TJ E =
Fargo .:.:.'. 0 0000000 o—o.. 6.2
Crookston:;r..*.'.o 1000100 o—2 '5 1
;::■ Batteries—Fargo.'_*=iLempke and : Ed
wards; s Crookston,- Miller and Henry. - V . • -;-
Duluth* v Takes v Both
Special to The Globe .... ' "" "77
tft SUPERIOR, : Wis., .July." 4.—Duluth ' took
the • morning game * from-Superior tby a
close score > today. ',;: It ? was !a - muddy i field
and i- Duluth s* got 'J in r some *> lucky; 7 hits.
Neither ; pitcher was' Sat his best :in the
matter of' control, but* they held■; the hits,
down.;-. Score: - _ : - .". ;• :'-.-—'
'-■--.---'. ----- '. *- "-*-."- -R -FT^F-'
Superior ,„ 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 o—l .4*-3
Duluth '':':■: Vv;v; ;".l-0 0:0 10 0 0 o—2 ."* 6T 2
zy Batteries, : Kilroy and Rogers; Noldin
and Hughes. z,,y.-t :K y;y -/ Zyz ■-.
ZZy ZZXyy Repeats at -A Home .;.-> . ;_■-;" z
Special to the Globei- .■. 7 -;.
•* ,„■ DULUTH, Z Mfnn., * July 4:—Not f satisfied
with i winning - the * victory :at : Superior this:
morning the White ' Sox administered : an
other defeat*. to : the Longshoremen ; here
this s afternoon. :.*' It z took 'i ten o* innings "c of,
brilliant 9 play _to determine : the • contest,
the s locals winning out ;in-** the last -half,
with one out by a spore of 4 to 3. The
sides were tied in the sixth, and there was
nothing doing till the tenth. when Randall ;
singled £to left, Quillin- sacrificed him \to
second,*- OLeary .»clouted the £ ball almost
to j the - left: field fence ; and Randall' scored
and^put lan ; end to s the doubt.™'-? Score: • *-J
.': •* -: >■. ', ** "?' :?/^'*-"*;*i." --■" J-r *■-*.-..:*.-: ,---'--; R "HE *;
Duluth ..:: .7 0 010 20000 I—4 10 2
Superior ".':."-.'.-". 0 01002 0 00 f o—3 "-' 7 ' 4
;~v Batteries. Gehring and O'Leary; Doll
and - Rogers.
Milwaukee [ Club Victor
. CHICAGO, July 4.—Numbering in r its
ranks many of Wisconsin's and Michigan's
track." stars, the Milwaukee" Athletic clvb 1
j practically - swept i the ? board \ in r the jf ama
| teur ! athletic * union &| championship s track
meet at Elliott park today. F. W.
Schule r led J the J points winners | of the ' Mil
waukee ; club with four firsts, taking; the
120 yard- and 220 yard hurdles e;and the
running high j and broad vV jumps. In the
short" dashes Archie ; Hahn, «of z Michigan."
was z easily;; first •-- and -' George J Poage of
Wisconsin.- second. The absence 'of. Rice -
I BJ ai£' and Friend : prevented" the University
of Chicago making a better' showing -: ;-U
Titus Wins His Race
* v PHILADELPHIA,." Pa., July :4.—The
People s- regatta took place -.* today over
the national course, on the Schuylkill
river C ; S...Titus, sof Atlanta B. C of
New ."-York, t won i the senior, sculls. from J.
B- Juvenal,.of the Pennsylvania: B. C. in
■ }l'2\Z7 he « ,*? em doubles *■ was rf. won by .
the Univereity B. ; ; C.,3 of § Philadelphia;
v the j senior . fours.' and/senior eights '- by ; the
r Vesper crews, while , the - New - York : A "c <
representatives ? captured';the- intermediate
XX'ZZ 7I.. ; Siren Quits Race : • ■"-!#&
7 NEW YORK. July 4.—The sloop yacht
I Siren,*^ one Jof j the II nine contestants *in the
ocean y race & for J the 4: cup -offered « by; Sir
.Thomas;Lipton,\reached: Sa**ody Hook to-'
day in a disabled condition.x Siren
sprung v : her ; mast iln-. a • heavy s>a"- off Fire
Island ,on j Saturday evening and lost part
of her centerboard. vf.--.-iv-- v r~ L ...
.Little. Falls Wins Second
Special; to the Globe ZizyZ 77,;;..■ 7'f -„
**■**: LITTLE _ FALLS. Minri^ July? Little
v Falls J. won ■__ from £ Island 3 Cycle team Sby
score -of; 3 to r 2.-£-: Batteries: i Little Falls,
FVrell and Batters; Minneapolis, :
uiiKham and ■ Boran. £;-.;o--*V-l ■"' .' c;->--. 7
r7*~v^f-t-.*'•-■;. --". - -"-w^ir^--^'^';<•
:""-"7'""V-— ---' Three Jl* League ?**-.-*--*-^*£-|b^
CedarVtapids 4. Dubuue \Z
g Springifcld *: 7, Rockfb%sl3^£p|iiltf
"■ .Davenp^;.B..7;)Rock; i ritai;d<2^i:s':^Ji=
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. TUESDAY. JULY 5. 1904
SHOOT AT WINONA
Crack Shots of Country Assem
ble for Interstate Meet / .
Special to The Globe • " '"'>'
j £> WINONA. Minn., 4.—The big shoot
■of l the| Interstate ' association ~ opened| here
' today with about sixty shooters ► from% all*
parts of a the country in i attendance. Of
X course % the * greater? number is ? from Wi
nona and vicinity. Many more shooters
ares expected tomorrow to participate in
f the various events seheduled.^r^i^-^r/rgi:
;>»' Among-the prominent, shooters who are
j here - are Fred Lord, of*•■ La Grange, 111.; <
H. Seefkin, Oshkosh. Wis.; H. C.
.-Hirschey, ":'. Minneapolis; yz- C.yy A. Young; .
Springfield, Ohio; Tom Morrison, Keeth
burg, 111.; W. H. Heer. Concordia,** Kan.;
Carl-" *i Moore. Oshkosh. f Wis.; R. A.
: Shearer, Minneapolis;. C. .O. Le Compte, J
Eminence, Kan.; t Charles A. North, Cleve
land, Ohio; IH. W.* Veetmeyer. / Chicago; j
B. O. Seymour. Grand' F6rksf' ! -N7D:.--iand:
J.. L. D. Morrison. .Minneapolis. D.. J.
.Sweeny,.- of * St.'- Louis, the Western repre
sentative of the Sportsman of St. Louis,
is here. E. E. Shaner, of Pittsburg,
the secretary-manager of the Interstate
association, is. here in charge and every
;thing; is going off very smoothly under his
, management. > The referees v are y L."-"^ M.
•Thiers, of Kenosha, Wis., and F. -G. Vila,
.of Winona. -cC.-.>-Ar.-Boalt.f of'Winona, is
; scoring," and /E. 7* M. Roberts, of Winona,
and H. C. >-Hirschey7->*of-' Minneapolis, 1; are
the cashiers. -/• .r " 7 * ;•
; The mfollowing/ are the ;=.total; scores /in
ten events; total number of "targets* shot
at. 165: yH. W. -:Veetmeyer.il44 ;;AW.*?H.-'
; Schultz, 137;" C. E. Simpson;;^ 128; *• O. H.
;Le Compter. 157; IG. B. Hagen,^ 14 6; 'E. N.
Goodhue, r 120.; fG. S. Gannes. _ 130; $jm H. :
Canfleld. 128; A. A. Anderson, 116; F. M.
f Norris," ?: 120; sH. C. Hirschey, 146; iB. O.
■ Seymour,% 112; G. J. French, 130; -i-E/i H."
Moulten, 140; rH;S-F.?Marston-r i 139; J. L. D.
, Morrison, /: 156; C. R. Wilkison, 139; L.
» E. • Parker, z 157; * George Bancroft. 14;:. C.
A. Young,"; 153;/ L. <-. P. 1 Pozy, 134: G. A.
Marshall. 131; O. H. Ford," 152; W. H.
Heer, 151;; H. 7A. .: Crosby,-,-. 134; William
: Rohwedes, 124; /F. H. Lord;. 148; 'Ay P.:
f McDowell.*; 143; > Dr. H. f Brown, 119 ;V J.V A.
Gunderson,"; 145; rA. A. Artz,'rl37 -Herman
Brown, 130. ■% y^zyyyy^^.-zy^jyr^yyj--^.
;: Tomorrow the La Crosse Chronicle cup
will-be shot for by several five-man teams.
LENNON SECURES /
THE TOLEDO TEAM
Ohio Judge ;- Decides Suit In Favor of St.
Pa . Club \ Own
-'" TOLEDO.": Ohio. July Judge Barber
tonight ;gave"; out his decision on the suit
ofi George E."*Lennon,7ofl St. Paul, against
Harvey J.,-Wylie,7of this city, and : T. J.
i Brice, .of -:. Columbus, to l restrain j*. the: de
fendants :' from exercising £ any control * of.
j the Toledo j ball (club": of i the American as-.
'sociation, and to.compel Wylie to transfer
a half interest in .the club to plaintiff.
The ;. court finds S* in ;favor nof Lennon.
Wylie is . ordered -to , take the $6,000 depos- *
ited in court by Lennon .and ;to -transfer,
to ;. the flatter * his -■ (Wylie's) : half -z interest
in the club.-...*-7;: ,-. ■ -_■■-."- "■■"■ ■ --- yry
* Javas Lose Second •;- i 77 .7
Special- to The Globe ,-- :"
~.STILLWATER, Minn., . July * 0 4.^StillT?
water j again i defeated y. the | Minneapolis
Javas today by score '- of >10 •_; to 9 . in an j
exciting game. The visitors had *; the
:game well in hand : ; until the eighth in-]
;ning when a ; batting rally netted! the home
team I three runs. In the ninth 5, the I Javas;
; went *to ■ pieces : and threw the '. ball ; all _ over
the diamond. *" feature '■ of 5 the game;
; was ■_ Dolan's y two home ? runs. Batteries:
Stillwater, - Deller and ' Dolan; Javas, Rein-''
nick and Mullane.'*■■■ Hits: Stillwater 10,
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ALEXIEFF HAMPERS c
GEN. KUROPATKIN
Continued From First -Page
iZz ST. PETERSBURG, July 7 4.—Mili
tary experts believe that the center of
gravity has again shifted i toff Port Ar
thur, where • siege , operations r are ' ex
pected to engage most of the attention
• of: the Japanese t until the conclusion of f
the. rainy season ; permits; the resump
tion of the campaign in Southern Man
churia. Desultory fighting, however, is
; likely to r continue for the possession of
-the v passes. -..y z'yz.y- 7-.: -zy._yy '.' ,
The 'Japanese^; still' hold :; Dalin pass,
while the f Russians have captured Ou-.
dalin pass. The similarity of names led
to the premature announcement of a
Japanese retreat from Dalin pass. Maj.
Gen.'7 Mistchenkoi7 is 7 harrassirig^'and
«driving 7; back the :f Japanese between
• Siu-yan and '•■ Kai Chou, already inflict-
■ ing a loss vof about \ 600 :■ in J, killed and
wounded. The Japanese are display
f ing the greatest wariness at this point, ;
: owing s ; to i; their distance rom supplies
'■ and to the prevalence of dysentery. XXXzXz.
If They Had Only Known
ff- A' war 7 correspondent who 7 has ar
' rived from Mukden expresses \ the ■ opin
ion that with the rainy season at hand
the Japanese *- have lost * their oppor
tunity of dealing - Gen. X Kuropatkin fe a
; crushing 3 blow. z~z He '-. says that t neither;
, the world lin ; general I nor the Japanese ■
: knew • how weak ; thef Russian "army- was
>in the ~ earlier stages fof ; the war, and :
'assertsi that practically the Russian :
army was then : non-existent, but when
he left, June 18, Kuropatkin had , 125,000
; men and i reinforcements were pouring
•in at the ! rate 'of j 2,000 per day. Earlier
the correspondent thinks the f Japanese
could t have done anything [if j they had
r pressed the campaign with' vigor.
Japs Maintain Advance7f f". •
-7; The latest dispatches are to the ef- :
j feet 3 that J Gen. Kuropatkin is 3 still '; at
■Ta Tche Kiao and § that s the Japanese
forces are stationary at Senuchen and
. along f the roads S rom; Siu-yan to I Hai- •
teheng, Ta Tche j Kiao ? and : ; Kai 3: Chou,
but f they are ; maintaining their advance
from Feng Wang Cheng over the di
\ rect main „ roads JJto> Llau -_ yang, where
the effect *of the % rains \is $ less i appre
ciable. There are only twelve miles
between Gen. Count Keller's force : and:
the Japanese f army, and a collision be
tween -' them sis 7 not regarded as un
; likely. The ?'£ Japanese '*? evidently are I
i hoping in case of J success ato compel
• Kuropatkin^Swith Gen. Stakelberg's
corps, to ] fall back ! from Ta Tche \ -Kiao i
on * Liau-yang and thus 1 force an > evac
uation of New-chwang. 77^! r7'
*;7 .-..;.-'-77 Rumor Is Dubious -f".- f* >77
yi PARIS, July,7 4.—The £ forei,gn office
discredits the - rumor from Tokyo that
Russia has proposed through France
; to surrender Port Arthur if the garri
: son £is S freed. The Japanese S legation
; here Is also without information \ re
garding the report from Tokyo. 77," - 7
Dr. Lyon's
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Tooth Powder
. an ELEGANT TOILET LUXURY
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century
:- PREPARED 8Y.7 -'■-■'}'. 7
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FOURTH CLAIMS ITS
LIST OF VICTIMS
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Continued Prom First 'i Pa*&^
the lower flats of the West side. Geo.
Hessler, 61 Kentucky street, the vic
\ tim, is at I his j home In a serious condi- *
tion, with his face battered as a result
-sof being struck squarely by the can.
His eyes are seriously injured, and it is
thought that she may lose the Sight of
■ aA» least one of ? them. His nose was
* broken, his cheeks and forehead were,
: lacerated X and burned, the thumb of'
his j left hand and his \ left little finger
were torn open. Dr. J. C. Whitacre
was called and dressed Hessler's in
juries. ' ' ' : - - _<~ y y- ■
Emiie Loiselle, twelve years old,
was '■} brought to the,city hospital last
night from Little Canada, where he
was burned by powder in his mother's
grocery store. The powder had been
lying on the counter, in af box and
! Loiselle's ' younger brother threw.. a
lighted firecracker into the box. In
an attempt to jerk the cracker from
the powder Em.ile7^^s^ seriously:
- b"urned by the explosion which he tried
ttoji prevent. His face was severely
burned and his cheeks, eyes and fore
head are full of powder. His clothes
!- caught fire : from : the powder and. Hi ;
, neck, chest '.'and ;'* hands were burned.":
Bystanders saved him from being more
seriously burned by extinguishing the
>flames. 7 7:7.-' '.Zyyy zXyzzrU "'7? z--~Z?-* '<■ 7
Carl Paulson, twelve years old/was
brought to Luther hospital yesterday,
from Ada, Minn. The boy will prob
ably lose his left eye as a result of th<*
explosion of a cartridge. The end of
the cartridge struck the pupil of • the}
eye and the sight will probbaly be per
manently impaired. The boy was ; at
tempting to explode the cartridge by
pounding it with a rock when it shot
off, and the ;: copper end flew into his
eye. ;
ZZyZzy. Saw the Gun fGo Off ;;"i 7
y.'zHerman SchuVsie'r^'a-*; farmer living
;at lnver V; Grove, was brought *.t07:2 St.
- Paul .f yesterday with a-' blank ■■ cartridge}
wad in his left eye. The sigh t'lwilll
; probably be" lost. He was taken to the
: office of Dr. C. T. Miller, and after be
f ing 7 treated".-was removed to Luther
hospital. Schussler was shooting at
pistol and the blank cartridge failed Ito
.explode; i wh'ett.he pulled the trigger.
He S looked jj into . the * muzzle ■ and again
pulled the trigger. 7-it-will-not be pos
sible f, to I replace ? the v eye. 7; - 7'• .■* -->".. -r 7
-i:- Harry Mertha, sixteen* f7 years r old,;
living vat Holland flats, was playing.
with firecrackers yesterday morning
. and had his : face and : eyes filled with'
powder by * one of " tho- crackers, which'
, exploded ;in his ' hand. 'J He was: attend-
; ed by Dr. L. i E. Penny. y_ It is: thought
;that his s injuries .. not J serious, his"
: eyes being only : slightly,: touched by
the powder. * , >
John Slueter, residing. at Seventh and
Washington streets, had his face se
: riously burned yesterday morning
while lighting-, a pile of gunpowder.' The
powder blazed up quickly before* -\hV
; was: able Lto get; away. - • Dr. C. F. - Swe-"
ney dressed . his, juries. . Xyy.. ; - ~y . if
The explosion of a 'gun which Joseph"
Ryan. Exchange and Fifth I streets," was'
.firing yesterday morning near his'
home, caused serious ; injury to Ryan's;
; face,; •;• Ryan's ; cheek7was =* lacerated and ;
his eye i-was t injured 7by ": powder.-^ Dr.
A. Shimonek, who attended Ryan, said
that though the injury is serious -it
will not prove fatal. -*-f"i-7-^-:-': ■??y : y 7
Archibald Van Vorhes, a fbur-year-bl'd'f
boy ■? living £onf. North St. Albans street,
had a peculiar ' experience? with a -large|
percussion- cap which he received } from ;W
playmate. He "the bap between his
teeth and proceeded to trite IT:" His lips
and, mouth^.weie'^ severely burned, and'
Dr. A. Donald was called to*attend him.
Dr. .Donald-5 said that but for the;
; fact | that the boy's breath^ stopped U trie,
sparks his f throat and lungs might have
been seriously Injured. ;^ 2;Tw • .• : yyy^..
;,Cracker- Was Too Fast ff - f
John Weyhi: 1033 * Reaney street, had' his
right hand f burned -by a firecracker at
I Dickman's (drug store, 830 East V Seventh;
street, where he is : employed as clerk.
Weyh : lighted the fuse of » a firecracker;
with, a cigar, arid 7" while y holding the
j cracker in!: his * hand.: a ; bystander ;• threw -
another -under,- him.- While j getting out of
■ the way/ the crackerf exploded: in his hand,
inflicting severe burns. 7 - 7
S;Herman 7W.iiDieckmahf f proprietor of the
drug store, was ateo the victim ■of an ac
cident. t His face was burned by a fire
cracker which.exploded in his hand. He
was firing the crackers v for his children;
at his home when the accident occurred. :
. Dr. George : ; A-f {Binder a' dressed-the 7 in-"
' juries of - Diekman and Weyh.- f; * z 77; X. '.'-
f-'y J. Henzel,7 87 Kentucky street, was * se-:
| verely burned :in the ; face by the explosion'
I of" a 1 firecracker which he held | too near
his cheek after lighting it with a cigars
: r The J fuse became ignited before^ he / knew s
;it and i the| explosion : occurred just as Jhe
was about.to throw the cracker into the
air. "• :......_■- ■■._■. ; ;■.-,... ..-■. '..;■""•;.•;
>"*- James Lang, 530 . Robert street, had
his »: face burned with powder 7which; he,
lighted yesterday afternoon. His 5 cheeks,
forehead and nose * were ; burned ? and .=his;
eyes were also-injured. Dr. A. E. Nichols,
-. who!- attended him, : said his ; sight' will 'riot
be Z destroyed. "-' '•'X~:z:-~X.^':-Z-yz.z.y- r'-y~Xy
77Rachael, Dietz; a ten-year-old girl living
at 4 321 c *.Texas'; street.7' had f her eyes jfandi
face burned Xby the explosion of "a > fire
cracker. ;*. \ Dr. 7J. C.'-r-Wh i tacre, % who- at
• tended j her, said that -: though the injury
■wasl painful her sight • would '_ not 3; be im
paired. * „?. ".* »-%,
C. J. Baer, 66 East Fairfield avenue, had
' the index .finger of right hand .lacerated
by the lexplosion? of j-S a firecracker - •'. last
; night. Dr. 3J. C. ;"Uni itacre f sewed ' up; the
;injured finger.:77 . ■ -7. -,-.7;'•;;-. 7 7 .f "
7- H. Levine. 208; Fenton street, 7twelve
years old. suffered z severe burns in the
face by the explosion of -gunpowder His
-eyes were burned X and both hands were '•■
Xslnged.".j-y}rXy- :■' '• 7 -: "Zz' 7- ."-'"' -7-
Can 'off Powder Gets Busy
• Eddie Johnson, 7 294 East h Thirteenth
street, =*. was burned fby the explosion ?of _
a can of gunpowder a com
panion threw a flighted firecracker. His
eyes are so seriously^ burned £ that he will ■
not be able to- see for several days. Dr.
C. L. ; who attended him, said !- that
his ; eyesight ; would *be j recovered. 7
A firecracker held in the hand too long
was responsible for injuries received by
\ John ' King. 29075e1by ..?* avenue, yesterday
evening. When he. was * about *to throw
It into the air it exploded and pieces of
. the padding struck i his eye. Dr.-*^ C.7 F.
Denny was | called if to attend King. 7;
%% The explosion *of a toy ! cannon resulted
iin serious * injury to Joseph Johnson. 1267
Payne ; avenue, yesterday afternoon. John
son's face was filled with powder,*;, but his
eyes escaped injury. Dr. R. O. Earl at
tended him. .-77 'I;;7'*t7'7-v*f'-''~*7 Zz- '■'■'.y
When f a package ?of J firecrackers;. which:
i Harold Siler. 611 Z Magnolia ;' street, was
-f carrying J, in |"his pocket became- Ignited
and commenced to explode, he 'attempted!
Ito pull them out. and i>iri** doing S'sqJ had ■
his \ hand iso badly burned j, that \he j had to
have Dr. R. O. Earl dress it. ... y."
BpEUj Katz, 947£De60t0 street, may] lose an
'eye* as | a result ■Vbf^ burns * received from
-ra 1? flower pot -which he ignited | las i even
-8 ing. He held the f flower pot lin| his hand
after lighting it and it suddenly shot vp 4
and \ burned \ his face and eyes. Dr. R. O. if
Earl dressed Katz's injuries.
Christ J Schultz, fourteen years old. em
ployed at the Webb publishing company,
accidentally shot himself fin the knee, yes
terday morning while celebrating with a* r
revolver loaded with a- bullet. He- was
'■ taken to eSt?f Josephs: hospital, where i
twaslpperated^nTklSK^^i^s^gS^g^^
£ST Kittson g held | a large ! firecracker
too long while celebrating at Seven cor
ners, with tlje result that the left hand
was ' severity.* shattered.^- The ' injured man |
yras attended by Dr. Hall.
ST. PAUL IMS TO
LAKES AND COUNTRY
Street Railway .Co. Handles
Thousands of People With- :
out a Single Mishap 1"
St. Paul was almost "a' deserted city
yesterday, for , 4 nearly everybody with
the, price of railroad, boat or street
car fare left the town and went into
the country to catch a breath of air
and forget .the cares of business and
toil. zy ,-f'-•• y\-Zyi > y^---:'yy < -" :'y ■ yy- z
The exodus began as early, as i Sat-
: urday afternoon, for the fact that July
4, fell on; Monday made a double holi-i
day arid those wishing to go a distance
; had opportunity to make quite ex
tended journeys and return in time
to begin their labors this morning. The
union depot officials handled one of
the biggest crowds of local people
in their experience, and while there
was an: occasional party prepared to
make a visit to the old : home possibly
_a 7 hundred or more miles; from the.
city, the great majority were "lakers,"
who had planned to : spend the holiday
at White Bear, Minnetonka, Taylors
Falls, Shakopee, Red Wing, Anoka,
i arid E the score or more of inviting vil
lages within -.-. a". radius of -f twenty-five
miles from the dome of _ the marble
capitol.' ' ; ~ - - - . :--—_
The Great Northern and Northern
Pacific each put on;sixteen lake trains
and the other lines added equipment
. if; not:-specials to the regular ; runs that
their patronage might be accommo
dated. Then there were the river trips,
the Mississippi all day yesterday be
ing dotted by excursion boats and light
er »pleasure^craft.* y-y. - -".■■-■.'zy'Z- *• -
>C-Weather; conditions ■ 7 contributed . to:
the volume "of traffic-The day was
ideal for out-of-door life, and the busi
ness portion 7of the city was 1 almost
'entirely deserted. "About r the' 7 hotels
there were only s the few hotel hermits
who i cafff firid? solace I nowhere else, and
even the residence streets of the city
presented an appearance suggestive of
Dr. Goldsmith's English:village.7f7* '■■ • .- "■,
:. Z Street Railway Handles Big Crowd ■":
The St. Paul end of the Twin City
Rapid Transit : company}, yesterday han
dled one of the "largest': crowds; in the
history of its operation, and handled
it without accident. ~ Not or | many a
day has J the ) street "-."car.; company}- done
so big a ; day's business .as.; on July £4.**
A conservative -estimate-;.-places: the
number -of fares; collected ; at fully
100,000,7*7--*;-7..'.v7';; -_} 7" : , : -'- :;
Every available =- car was "; in service
yesterday from 5 early in the morning
.until well into the night, f and. all the
voltage ;: generated at the various sta
; tions ? and J substations was in V use. ; A
burned-out cable at the hill station
during the height of the day's opera
tions caused some inconvenience, but
it was speedily repaired and street car
officials last night said that they had
power to spare. -7V;-7 z_ :.yi~z .;/
yz Hot,7 tired and dusty, St. Paul f went
;to the out-of-door resorts just as soon'
;as .it had breakfasted ; yesterday morn
ing. Wildwood, with its * inviting lake
front and cool,> shady 7walks,7attracted
a : multitude. It was •*• estimated 7 that
fully 12,000.; people ] gathered at the j lake
'yesterday and as? many ,X more" would:
j have gone I had ; street '. car accommoda
tions been equal to taking them there.
At one time in :. the afternoon fully 2,000
'people were stationed on downtown
; street;; corners E waiting J- for Wildwood'
cars, but • when the cars came they were
:so ? loaded s. with a humanity ? that hun
• dreds gave up the trip to the; lake and
returned to their homes, resolved to go
another time. :;* .-■ ;. ' : z-z:.; ■■..■ yy ~.
,-• Many of the lake people were late in
i getting ; back to f the: city, and while ' the
street car company made every effort
to return the crowds to: the city, it was
after 3 j o'clock this morning -when"" the
last of ;7lthe77; pleasure-seekers 7 had'
reached the city.77*'^:- y:yy-y.y ".
:,"".: Como," delightful breathing spot, with
its band - and aquatic attractions, was
the? u rendezvous for thousands, and As
sistant Superintendent .Thomas L. Bil
;lingsley;"'of;the;St.': Paul street car line,
i said, last night that fhe estimated f the.
cars took,'--: at {least count, 18,000 1 people
to 7 Como ;. during the g' afternoon; -:' and
evening. Many .;;more.-came from . Mir.-"
neapolis, and : St. Paul's prize park con-:
tamed last night one Jof :: the largest
crowds in its historyf*'" . .• •
f y Of [ the 25,000 1 people," young | and old,
who visited the public baths yesterday, f
the street cars carried only a reason-*
able \ proportion, for > many.-- of the ? chil-.
dren walked «to ? and from Harriet is
;land. The ball game at Lexington park
contributed dimes from 6,500 persons. ',
FOUR PLEASURE
SEEKERS DROWNED
MUSKEGON, Mich., July 4.—A sail
boat containing :. several pleasure seek
ers . was capsized in Muskegon r lake
today and four*off the occupants were
drowned; in view of hundreds 'off spec
tator s.7.;fThe] party f consisted i of Albert
I Kennicott, of the Shaw Electric' Crane ■
! .Works; his wife 7 and three children,
-Linda, four years =. old,' and"f two other
little girls, aged three years and thir
! teen r months, respectively, arid two sis-;
ters, Misses Adeline and Georgette
; Emerson, v f_J''; ".yy „ ;:;--.-"--;
! High winds ; prevailed when the party
started out, and when near Buddi
man's ff point the yacht capsized. y Mr.
and Mrs. Kennicott and '. Miss Georgette
Emerson- clung to the overturned boat.
The parents made ' frantic efforts zto
j save the children. ", The baby was res
j cued, but died before reaching shore. :
THINKING
FOLKS
need food that will keep brain
and nerves 7 well nourished
else the brain v grows dull and
tires quickly. /."-_-
Suppose you spend a few
minutes studying the; subject
S7i- I *^'?-.^77^r; n t i . yyyyz y-y ■_ y-y: iiy zx
and a few days l on=an 7 easy
pleasant trial of GRAFE
NUTS food that will furnish
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a clean cut argument to drive
the facts home.
the;iacts : home, , -7
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£y A strong, -' sturdy, money
making set of brains can be
built on Grape-Nuts and trial
. ' - 7 -
proves it. "
There's a reason
CAPTAIN TELLS THE;:|®
TALE OF THE WRECK
Continued From Ninth Page
;in bailing ; her out. We * could do noth
ing but allow the boat to drift. .
Vl "The \ five women behaved splendidly,
: never murmuring. AU around us were
hundreds-fighting: for; their ■ lives."?- The
; shrieks ;of '_, those left on the ship, par
ticularly.^ the children, could; be heard;
above ; all j the confusion around us. But
'. it 1 was soon over, as we saw the 1 Norge"
sink in less than hijtlf an hour from the
first shock." -<v*- '7'
-One of the five surviving women
was going out to her husband, and she
; had I throughout r; clung to j her little: girl I
:of flve. Another 7 woman in ' her' de -
: lirious ; joy at being picked up offered
one of the crew r of* the trawler.her wed
ding ring. -■? . y' ry - ;.; - -
News of the Toss at sea of the Scan
dinavian-American ocean liner-. Norge
in the icy -waters of >. the North At
lantic will bring sorrow to the*^oi*he"»*
of > numbers of y. Northwestern Scan
dinavians. yy '£Xy- n: "y Ty ■-7, 7'" ■7_ „' "'
A. ; E. Johnson, Minneapolis, 'North;►
west agent for the Scandinavian-Amer
ican Steamship company, say that at
the * least estimate thirty-eight persons
were on the ill-fated steamship which
went on the rocks of Rockall whof were f
bound for the Northwest, intending to
make it their future home. A number
of the passengers destined for Minne
• sota and -7.the ;-:•: Dakotas "<*7 were being
brought to the Northwest by relatives
already residents of the States, and to
them -the knowledge that the big.
steamer has gone, down and the -loss -of
life is so ; great makes 'the ; fate "of - their
relatives ■; and friends ton board -'almost
.certain death. :-.; yy -zzyS "-*;-> z- X,.. * '*
There is a possibility, of course, that
among the few passengers saved-, there
may be some of the passengers who
were ' bound for Northwestern states,
and in view of this situation Johnson
refuses to give : any information as to
who was on board the Norge. Johnson
has a copy of the ship's passenger list,
which included : ten cabin . and 707 steer- .
: age passengers, -: and : of this corn pl^-;
ment and the crew of officers and men •
only twenty-seven were saved. Whole
families went ; down •'.with the sinking
ship,*-' and the distance * from land—thef
Norge struck on rocks 290 miles r off
! the Scottish coast —made the proba
:bility of. saving those who escaped 'on
life ;rafts: very.remote.; j7^7 f y. zyzzr''- j
. : "It is one of the saddest ocean hor- :
| rors in many . years," "said Mr. Johnson
: yesterday, "but I do ' not -- propose 'to
add to the anxiety of friends in Minne
sota and the- Dakotas' by" publishing a
list of people coming, from Sweden to
this country : and ".. who > have X probably,
been drowned at sea in the sinking of
.the .Norge.ggj The | press' dispatches say:
a number—a comparatively small num
ber, it is true—escaped, and | among
these may be some of the people whom
Northwestern-7'relatives . and friends
/would mourn as dead did I make public
a list of ; the passengers on .board the
Norge when she sailed from Copen
hagen loaded with -people looking for
ward to making -happy, and prosperous
new homes 5 for "/themselves; but who
are now victims of one of those unac
countable accidents of the sea. ;.
S "II have telegraphed the jj New York
office of the company ; for, particulars of
the tragedy, and may obtain informa
tion that will be of interest to the wait
ing ones in these f Northwesternv states.
-As Z has :. long been ; the custom in the
prosperous Northwest, friends and rela
tives, once established y. here,. are:.- not
.content until they send money or tick
ets for the passage of -their < old friends
in i Sweden; and many, of the" passengers
on the ; were being brought: over
by their American-established- country
men. Only a few 7 of the 'passengers had
ever been in America, and the tragedy
is? not so severe fa blow to the s Scan
dinavians of .trie. Northwest as though
the \ passengers. *as% is often \ the - case,'
consisted largely of ' returning-- Scan-
Americans. The ; wreck of
the Norge will long be remembered by
;hundreds of Scandinavian- families who
lost some: member, ' brother, sister, fa
ther ; or, mother, in i the saddest . tragedy
in" transatlantic /steamship travel -in
recent years." :7-f 7 : •' .-rX-zyy. * '
•Additional,-news of the .loss of the'
.Norge ; and .-the ■ roster . of; those saved
.will be anxiously awaited!: by Scan
i dinavians of 7 Minnesota:. and -the Da
kotas, for scarcely a -Swedish.'com
munity .which has not a personal inter
est iin * the * story of the wreck, ; from the.
fact .that > some old-country friend was:
a passenger on the steamer which went
'on Rockall rocks in the cold North At
lantic and who *vent> down with the
ship.: ':■'...: '...-' '.'-;' '„-■■':.'■-' y..- y ; ." ": ".-■'-
Seattle Women Are f Passengers
COPENHAGEN, July 4.—The Norge
had -no first-class passengers on: board
and only nine her second "cabin list.
These included* three Americans, Eliza
beth f and "Ann . Buckley 7 and ; Hilma
Fleischmann., j -The .;' Buckleys r are ; from
Seattle.*' 1 Hilma.Fleischmann's address
is ;V not /known.; 7 There were on -board
:694 ; steerage passengers. :Of these,' TO
were Danes, 68 . Swedes,'- 96 Norwegians,"
15 Finns and 236 Russians. The Norge
carried a crew.of ;71.7 ;i "-;-. •:. >z~'X~ ■ '■"
7 Very: few of the f steerage passengers
had | previously been rto 'America; • - The
authorities here say the Norge was hot
overcrowded and ; that; the boats ; and
other ■ life-saving apparatus were '■■ all *in
a • satisfactory,^ condition when y the
steamer sailed. Capt. .Gundell; the late
commander.of the Norge,: was regarded
as one of the best seamen";of Denmark.
- . South Dakotan Was on 80ard :. .77
COPENHAGEN, July 4.—The :. offi-;
cials of the United Steamship ', com
pany knew of only. one third-class pas
senger who formerly !! resided in ;• the
United States:^.-: His name is Pedro Nel
sen, a naturalized f- citizen, who has : a
homestead in ; South Dakota. All: the
others -gave their addresses in ;Danish
cities.';.- "':-. .-; ::.-' ■'■:'-■'Z"-y ' "'■'- •*..- ■
:.-' Breaks - Shot : Put Record : ! '
SOMERVILLE, Mass.. July 4.—At the
Four th of July athletic , games ■. here: today.
"Wesley "W. Coe.f of this city, a;. Yale j stu
dent, put the sixteen-pound i shot > 481 feet
6 inches, according to the official: an
nouncement"^'-This- is many inches more
than the -world's I record. -. but? it:: is " proba
ble it will not be accepted by the A. A. U.
owing? to - the ? conditions '; under -' which =. the
• meet was held.V-vr-T i^'.-3:i^-.''-.-
PERSONAL MENTION
' Dr. v Alexander Cochrane. of London.
England, who has , been :at the 'Ryan'.hotel
for the past two weeks, left last night
:on his ! return : home. Dr. Cochrane, twenty,
years ago was a medical practitioner, and a:
[ partner -r of i Dr. Alexander " Stone, of 3 St.
Paul. He came direct from "Japan i to . St.-
Paul, and is - completing ; a -circuit •; of i the
globe.

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I^ Field, Easton; H. J. McDonald,' La Crosse; I
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Ramsley, "Winnipeg; J.y" D.*-;;McPhee,'
Crookston; -* R. W. -Richards, *- Spokane ? J..
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Ryan—E. L. Hackstadt. Saginaw. Mich.;
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•'■■■: Elk River Defeats Powers
Special to -The" Globe *77"c f;f '7; ';". 7,.
•yXEILK TtlVfcß.VMinn:^ Ju *-V 4.—Elk* River
aeteated the Powers team, of Minneapolis
here today, by a score of 11 to 3. : Otsego
winnS ad?4 W?o le 0a,S ° P,ayed here' ?**£°
.:. Steamer Gracie Mower leaves foot! of
Jackson at 9:30 - daily for Fort Snelling,
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Next Week....:.. ... ..... "THE CHRISTIAN"
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Will exhibit day and night,' three days,
commencing* • . *-. '. '
—MONDAY, JULY 11
SELBY AND VICTORIA STS. now the
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