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TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 192(1. " 1 EVERETT TRUE BY CONDO. Fj1 - HOUISH 'OL' OOY "5 ( HtC ) HAIN'T SMeeH (0y CHIC) -g ---- To m IN s a iv , TUVRC SUVA V Today's Markets CORN JUMPS FROM 1-23 TO 1 3-8C TODAY Chicago. June V- Celerity with ,v iui li offerings wore ;i hsorbeil made the invn mai'kiM climb ioi;iv ipi'M iiu'. emulations which ri u ft 1 from half rciil to 1 3 lower with July 1."' '' I 1.71 and St'i'i m ht-r I.."'! 1 I in I .i t were followed by ii sharp I is' i liits displayed strength from the outsit fter opening I If "if to 1 yc ;id Vitti . Ill'' market scored a mat oil iiil ui I '.rti. I'l'llV Is.OIlS Cooklnp butter, .'!0e.. Packed engs, 3(ii:. Cream, 65c. aim easier V Olf ilull Potatoes. Chicago Juno .- Potatoes weaker; !i-,.,iiis forty six ears; Northern ; whit- wh k.m $:):. 2.v ; Liberty Bonds. New Yoik. Juno v - J 1 1 1: i' -i i a st; :. , victory i ;; is !.. 7. ! Livestock. Chi. ago ujii" V C:ilH". Receipts is.niii, beef steers mostly .".(if higher, I S0II1" tllguel i Hoi;'. I if nera 1 1 v 1 ihulk light and light $11 I." : hulk. 2.D) lbs 111'. j sheep - Receipts 5. quality ! poor; lambs ..'. to $1 higher, ii be : twecn kind advancing most. Wall Street I New York. .Inn" s. Reading i'"s" i almost I point.-. Now York Central al I so lieve loping W illi numerous second j.uy issues. Th" m.irkcl lapsed into ; dullness before noon. !M.;:i. c to 2'c lower; llllte llCl'S $1 I'M anil over f 1 :!.Hm- Hldei ana Wool. Horso hides, $7 iiO. No. 1 hides, lb., i.ic. Mo. 2 hides, 14c. No. 1 calf, lb., :i..c. Miisktnls, fOc to $ M. Skunks, $2 to Raccoon, $1.50 to J). Mink. $2 to 10. Live Stock. Steers, stock, cwt., JUS; fat, cwt, $10-12. Calves, cwt., JH 12. Spring lumen, rwt., 110-11. Hogs, cwt., $13.1.1. S7) TlAvTTTVTT T7" GRAIN QUOTATIONS Chicago market report furnished by (J. W Klrliy. iii.itiiiner Simons, Ihiv Co.. Hooiu 312 Moloney Building. riiotiM 05, Brov High, I o'v Close, close. ( 'urn .Inly .... 1 72. I I.70''-, 1 714 Sept. .... l.r.Si.4 I .":.' 1. I.57U CITIES IN U. S. SHOW BIG INCREASE OVER 1910 ROSELANDS. SPEEDY SUBURBAN OUTFIT AMERICAN LEAGUE. WALLACE GRAIN MARKETS. I Xr ; No No ! Oil t white corn I yellow corn :i while corn ;) vcllou torn .$l.7i! . I.7i.i , 1.7'i . t.7:i .'V Oals -.Inly Sept .... No. ;! white . No. :! yellow No :.! white . !l7-. II 'h Cash Markets. LOCAL MARKETS Corn No. while No. '! wh i!e .- No. I white drain : Receipts. S,ii"0; 7. nun; com receipts. 1 r.i.imo; , o;is 7S'-j i ; I'M 1SH-HI2 r.i;: . us i in 11 1 - -1 1 T . 1 1 1 1 1 2 est iniiit", estimate MARSEILLES MISS THERESA PHILLIMORE, Representative, Branch Office Phlllimore Building Local Notet. Kranklin Schullz of Chicago i.s pppndin'g a few clays visit ing friends her. J. H. Brown returned to ChiciiKo after a 'Wtwk end visit at the home of liir daughters, Mrs. Vein Clnircbill and Mrs. Forrest, Sinilh. Tlio rioynl Neighbors will meet to night In the Odd Fellows' hall. illrs. Hazel Miller of Chicago ar rived line today lor a few days' visit with her parents. Harry 'McCurdy returned to the Uni versity of Illinois to enter the hospi tal. He broke his left ankle. Mrs. I. N. Bingham went to Chira no yesterday for a few days' visit with hor mother. MiH. Irene Uilette of Mnline is ve iling al the. home of Violet Kee. jlr. and 'Mrs. John MoMahoti went tofClilcago today for a several days' vifit. J - , Mrs. Walter Haynes and children and Klla Bogle will depart Saturday for Stockton, Calif., w here they w ill recide. Mr. and Mrs. Charles MiehacH and family moved to Ottawa to reside. .Miss K:lith diimm spent a few hours in Ottawa today. Mrs. Pomeroy of Ma .on spent to day visiting friends in this city. Home From Schools. James ..McCtillougti. Carl Bondage. A. Clilllimore, Dorthea MK'ulIonsh. Winifred Monlgormery, Olive Makeo ver, students at I'niversity of Illi nois, will arrive hero tomorrow to spend their summer vacation with their parents. iSpringers, 23c. Booster'), lie. Hens, 25c. Stags, ISc. Turkeys. ao-.IIc. LhickR, -oo. I'lgeons. K)c. Kggs, 4'ic. Butter, 6Uc. Iard, 20c. receipts. .S.ooii; , Clo.ii' it ; oats mates, :!n,0iin. Hogs receipts, "11 llllll I Cattle i T.0"o. ! Sheep .S.IKIO. Hogs open lo.2," Iwoer, lower. Cattel strong. Sli er. reieipts, L'll.ooo; esti- receipts, "II; estimates, estimates. estimates, close la. '.'," ep 111 high- Today in the Court House Record of Real Estate Transactions and Business of the Circuit, County and Probate Tribunals. Probate Court Miss Graffis Entertains. A picnic supper was given by The resa dralhs last evening at her home In Fairview for Main street girls. A chicken supper was served lit fi:!10 after remainder of the evening was spent in playing verious kinds of games. A farewell picnic for the school teachers who will depart for their homes next week to spend the summer vacation, will be given Thurs day evening hi McKlnley park. li;lani. at Peter A. 1'eterson u:is horn Onlal. Stavenger Norway. Dec. i. 1S3K. and died May 2S. I!i2it. II" came to America in 1 X-l and in IS 17 was united in mnrriagc to Mis Cotolhy Billand. To them were ho.u elewn children ,of which three have pre rcd"d him In death. Those surviving lire Mrs. II. C. Weber of Sacred Henri. Minn.,. Martin, Samuel, Mr.'. I'. II 1'eterson and Mrs. C. II. lliilverson of l.lnn (iroe, Iowa, Lewis of Wagner. H. .. I'elfi' of Alexandrii , S. 1)., and ( larence of I. eland. Mrs. 1'eterson died iiboul three years" ago. Funeral was hel l Monday af'enioou. Kev. S. A. Johnson ofliciating. Mrs F.nnra Vig of Somoniuk V-unday among relatives. J. Ij. 'Whitman spent Thursday his brother nl KarUillr. Miss Nellie Widdows, who wa uieslic science teacher in the school the past year, has resigned and m-copted a position Suga.- drove. III. Miss Widdows left Saturday to upend her vacation among the home I'olkn iv. Newman, 111. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dainelson of Ot tawa spent Sunday among relatives. K, O. hichardson and family autoed to Oregon Htiivhy. where they sj.cnt the day with J. W. Stromle ami fam ily. Misses Theodora Johnson and liose Hill wore MuidoU shoppers Monday. IT. Albert I'arka and family ol Omaha, Neb,, spout Monday among relatives. Mrs. Coles'o dudmantion is spend itlg a few days among relatives al, Au rorii. Mrs. S. A. Johnson is visiting rela tives at Ottumwa, Iowa. ICngelskirchen home. Miss Kmniii l.aiahoe and Mr. Bur nett won nulled in marriage Thurs day, May 27. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Liiniboe and has taught school in this lieinity for several years. The groom is a pros perous young farmer livini; near I'.iw paw. The young couple have host.; of Iriends who extend congiat uja ions Mile best wishes. App bill & 111 v ICst Klizaboth A Iloiiloy I'nnce Berry -- Martin Thompson. Inv App Kst Francos Affelt-Wm. Hill; Victor dostomski; Jos t'utterer. liepl priv sale of per ppty uppvil Kst Magdalona SibiKsl roth -Kimball W Koland. Acct and ropt app Est Albert N. Outhrle I'iil rick Kelly. Proof of Heirship K.-t Eliza J Hhailor--Jiine Steele. dilnshp Kst Carl Bonn ct a I -To Ottawa B t T Co bond $ I'liio app. Citation to aci t -Kst Andrew T Ear son Est settled &.C.. Acct and ropt Kst Francos Affelt - acct to stand as final to Nov term Stella dostomski--Acct to stand as linal Ord to give notice of linal set- K.SOM. sponl with s do-high HcubiMi and l.uelbi lloehin visited over Sunday In Naporvllle. (Mr. and Mrs. Phi) Yencrh b of Men ilota Httondod church ut Moiidan Sun liny morning. ' 'Tin' La lilcs'. Aid will meet with Mrs. Minnie Puller lit 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Bora to Kev. and Mrs Walker. May CI. a son. The Sunday school pupil of the Moridrn church will give a children's day program Sunday evening. Jure Hi. Mr, Barlon or Sandwich called on Merldon IrloniU one day las week. Little Harold McOinnls visited his graiicljiMrentR, Mr. and Mrs. Phi stew urt, last Wednesday and Thursday. Grace . Vincent of Mc ndota was a Merlden caller on day last week. A number from this vicinity spout Sunday at Glen Park. Mr. and Mra. S. J. Haight ami chil dren of Mcndota spent Sunday at tin Mi's. II. M. I.oa iiml daughter Mable autoed to Ottawa Thursday. Miss derfrmb' Twnir of Ottawa is v.'sitlng her parents here this week. Leslie McCKiry spent .Saturdav in I. a Hose, III. Mrs. Latch : pent the week with her sister. Mrs. M. T. Iamb. The dance given Friday evening liy the Ladies Sodality of St. Patrick's church proved a wonderful success. All the surrounding towns wore well represented, one hundred and lifty. lour numbers being sold. All enjoyed themselves hugely. It lakes 111" ladies lo jii 1 1 on the real thing, so watch for their next dance, which will bo in j Iiu" near future. Stuart Block Is homo from c'arlin . ville, III., where ho has boon attond I ing school. I Mrs. Wm. Brunei1 is visiting in dary, Ind., with her daughter, Mrs. Clarence, Fisher. I Mrs. P. J. daiigban and Mrs. Willis (loohanour, who have been visiting at dary, Ind., with the former's daugh ter. Mrs. W. A. Bosley, returned home .Thursday. i I Mrs. Slot lor of Texas, is visiting her sister. Mrs. Carl Bedekor. People of the village were some what excited Thursday evening about ,r o'clock when throe airplanes alight ed here. From that time on until Saturday noon they were busy taking' up passengers. They also made one round trip to Ottawa with W. H. Conard as the passenger, making the trip in about. .Mi niniiites Kev. Fr. Kenrick attended the con-' Urination exercises at. Seneca Thurs day, Mrs. Win. MVrs of Kankakee Is vis iting Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Walling. Saturday, May 2'.', the citizens of the village met to pay respects to the memory of our heroes. Al 2 p. ni. a line of march was formed from the Odd Fellow's hall, headed by the col ors, the (I. A. K. loading them, then the Sons of Veterans, the sixteen vet erans of the vorld war in uniform carrvlng rilles, then the W, K. C. fol lowed by the school children and clti .ens. The line of march proceeded then to the M, E. church where the following program was given: "Amer ica," by audience. Lincoln's Gettya- set for I 2 Circuit Court New Cases Biio Mrs Margaret Vollmor vs Wal ter drant Jr et al Attachment, (loo F. Bell .May. ;Pi.".S Same vs .same - Bill to aside will. Samo alty. Law Orders i.'!'.'7 Smith vs Helirose- Mo Judg mm obstante verdieto over ruled - .Mo for now trial overruled Ah1 judgment on verdict - Heft ap peals to App Court iillowd on filing bond $!itm in :m days Bill of ox !in days. II. ".2 IHlshane vs Ottawa Mo for new trial overruled -Ac- judg on vdet - Deft appeals to Appellate Court allowed- Bill of exeptns !i") days. Chancery Orders 1111 Clark vs Hinobaiich-Mo bv deft for iiu days time to file ans or other pleadings. lull! Liberia vs Catonp.ora Mas ters ropt of sale appvd Ac Order of dist. 271") McKeever vs McKoovt r --Order on intervening petti, ''tins Hartshorn vs Hartshorn - Mo for now trial granted - lly agnit suit dismd and unpaid costs taxed against est Alfred 1 Hartshorn to be paid in due course of adiiinstn. Warranty Deeds May :2, Ki20, M.trv V. Koelev lo Charles J. 1 la nicy. a. ," I fl. It. 1. b. !l. La Salle; $1. May II, l:i2'i. John C.llliiran and wife to Bolesl.r.y and Kloonora diit.a, It. ii, b. 12, La Sallo; 1. June 2. 1!'2o, Joseph W. Kb in to Adam and Jrnnle Pvrz. H. 2. b. !!2. La Sallo; fl. June 2, po.'n. F. T. Nell' to Tonie and Kate dray. it. i'.. I In. U & W. P. Co.'s add. Marseilles; 7.Vi. May ;, 1!.i2il, William M Mitchell to Thomas Newell. Its. ,".. fl. !. S, Hall's second add. Triumph; ?fi!7. Fo. (i. i:'2u. Federal Phfe Class Co.. Its. M to 12, IS to 21. b. 12.1, Its 1 to Is, b. 127, pt. blks. i;;;i, i;;t, ail b. Bl.l. Its. S fo 2. h. 121, I.)iv. 2, Valley add. Ottawa; tin. Juno .1. Ii2'i. Minnie Henry and hus band to V. P. Perisho, w. 7 tt. s. 12u ft. out It. 1, Haswell's add. Strcator; $2,oin. Juno ::, pi'. Alfred H. Bdl and wife et al. to William P. BiTogan an I wife, Its. 2. t. b. 2. Iliehey's third add Los . ant; $:oo. June 7. Mii'i. Charlos d. Lund to Al bert T. Wiley, lis. I. 2. !!, b. 1. Its. 1 lo II. b. 2, Jackson's add. Marseilles; 2,(Miu. May IS. I!i20, Veit C. and Kniily Schallor et al. lo Gilbert Faher, It. w. U it. ii. b. I'i, West's add. Mendota, $1. May IS. B'2'l. Gilbert and Ella I). K. Fabor to Veit C. Shaller. It. ;:, w. It. li. b. El, West's add. Marseilles; $1. Juno 7, 1M2U, William and Sara Col well lo Bonnet' Hudkins. Its. Hi. 17. IS. b. II. Hess1 second add Ottawa; $2,iiiil). June 2, pijii, Harry W. and Marha Sweet et al. lo Henry K. Thompsoti. 11. s, b. 1. Whitmore's add. Behind; $i.r.(i". i burg speech Vlcla Wrigar. Keading - I.illiaiu Higgins. Address Kev. Archer of Strcator. Alter tho .services at the church the beautiful memorial tablet given by tho people of this commun ity, was unveiled and dedicated. A tiring sound of tho World war veter ans tired the salute and Kev. Archer in a few chosen words presented and dedicated the uicinoria. after which Bugler Stephen Pellino sounded taps. Immediately after they wont to St. i Patrick's cemetery, then to Allen. ! where flowers were placed on Hie I graves of our soldiers. At the Allen ! cemetery Kev. A Jones presented a memorial in honor of the soldiers of all our wars. This monument was erec ted by a Civ il war veteran, W. Jl, Conard. The ladies of the Altar society of St. Patrick's church will give a coffee Saturday afternoon at lite village hall. Kveryone invited to come and take lunch Willi them. The Green Heron. This bird, which is sometime enlleil tile "tly-up-thf-oieoli." is about one mid n half feet long and is common through out the 1'nlted Stales nod Canadii. It foods mostly on (Mi. frogs and other nijimlie iinlniiils, and may be seen, par ticularly in the morning n ml In the eve ning, standing patiently moiionless In some shallow waier, vvulting tin prey comes wlttiln reinli. "Sea Cow" Now Extinct. The last arctic "sen cow" was seoj In is.11 about n century after th first discovery of the species ley white tn-'ii. When full grown the creature weighed us much as s.inhi pounds. Those animals frequented shallows at iho niouilis of rivet's in bonis, and while feeding iliey drove before lliom their youjiL', to protect ill" bitter from dancer. o tnni" wore tiioy that one could stroke their backs without ob jection on their part. Fnfori tmiHely (hoi:- tlesh wns good to ont. resembling beef. Whaler got In the way of depending on them for st. "res of fresh meat, mid so in the natural course of events they were wiped out. I Small Boy In Hard Luck. While Charles was slel; and out of school bis lonelier fi ml the pupils of his room wore moved to u room ncros-j the hull from the one formerly occu pied. On his return to school Charles went back to his old room. The ter.i'her In charge noticed the little follow standing by lier table looking most forlorn, so she asked blin what he wuu'-od. He glanced up nt her, then biokcsl eu llw roomful of .strange boys ii nd glrR rind said with n piilhctle quaver In Ids voice, "I've liooii sick, mid ioiWj-1 enn'vHiiJ tioylecxly liar that beliwgtojfigu'r f ' ; PLAY HERE SUNDAY MANAGER DUNN HOOKS UP WITH TWO FAST MORRIS PLAYERS TO FURTHER STRENGTHEN TH C LOCAL LINE-UP. According to statement ; made ihl , morning by members of th" Ottawa Baseball association, the third gaui" of the season will be- a real one. Lasl night at the weekly meeting of Hp. association it was announce 1 that the Hoselaiid Kliepses of lio.-elatid. a sub urb of Chicago, would be tho n.Ai team to take a shot al the newly or gani.a 1 Ottawa nine. W. L, Pel. I'leVilatlil 2S la .lill New York ...2:i 17 .i V.o I liioago 2.1 HI .Il'-S Boston 22 Is -..mi .Washington 22 2u ..12 I j 1st. Louis ii: .;t!iuj Philadelphia in 2:1 ; , I V-troit II 2:1 .22ii , Yesterday's Results. Chicago, lo; li.truil. 2. New York, 2 1; I'liilinb Iphi.i, No ciliers 1 1 Sit'il ii lit Games Today. lio-ton ,i; Chicago. Philadelphia at Cleveland. W;c hing on al St. Louis. New York at liotivit. I l! NATIONAL LEAGUE. on . . . New York I'iiiladelnii Brooklyn ( 'iiicinnat i Chicago . Pittsburgh Si Louis I Me team scheduled to i la-li wit h I Bust. the oilawans Is in the diinlin r class They are very fast and have a grcal base nail record Their inliehl u s;iM I by many lo be the fastest in the stall The outfield ea,,1; be beat, only by tile local nine. The line ur of the Ko-e land team is not vet known, hut it i, expected to arrive In Ottawa al any tiino. and as soon as i' roaches Mana ger Ihiiin it w ill he announced "First tho wor-t. second the same, third the best of all tile ga js a shigan known by everyone, and will be bel ter known by Ottawans Sunday at'C'i noon after the team gives the Rose lands a lacing. Two new players have leen signed by Dunn. Shorty Sheldon and Joe Schwing. both players on the Morn's U"d teatn. have signed. Schwing at tained ins name to a contract Sunilav -i night, while Sheldon put down'iiisi "John llinry" yesterday morning, i Kchwing is one f.f the ;,isti':t third ' inkers in northern Illinois, while Shelton is a star shortstop, but will, play left held in Sunday's game. Willi i these two new players a hle, to tliei W. . 20 .is ,1s L. 21 p) Pel. .';::i nit .IB" . i' Yesterday's Results Brooklyn. I; New Yoik. 2. No i t llers sclli dllled. Games Today. Chicago at Philadelphia. Pittsburgh a' Boston St. Louis iit Brooklyn. Cincinnati a: New York. present string of stars, b, fool assured that Sunday' be a victory for Ottawa, of thee ;wo players will in rigiil field. Polls at Knaii ie at second base. defender of tho America's clip. I'll ollieial figures indicated Resolute was the winner, al! hough Vanilie preced ed its rival over the linish line by a minute and 2! seconds. It was under- jslood 'anili" Wiis loiced to allow 1 ininut" !!.1 seconds, g:ving Kesolute an uiiollii ial margin of 12 .seconds. A ten knot westerly htve.e was sweeping across the l.iwer Narragati sett bay when Resolute, wilh a new steel mast, and Vanilie. handled by a somewhat impatient cn-w. inado sail. Resolute appeared improvid by the late overhauling at Bristol, where tho put Kaf'. run ! 1 I'i'''' mast she has carried this sea ho:t an I son was stepped and Manager Kin dlons .-a d In- though turther changes would not be nuccssary. I ins can ame will ,; he sign! CHICAGO PROS PLAY HAIR RAISING GAME Chicago. II.. .Inn,, v. ij-.playing a sier! tig brand of golf. Leo Diegel, as sistant professional at the Lake Shore Golf club, defeat., Kddie Loos. Ray. isloe professional. to 2. in their ex hibition mill. Ii at the Lake Shore club. Dieeel won out through excel lence in driving and stellar work on iron sdio's. The players halved the first pi holes each making the outward bound nine holes ;;7, par ,",ii. On the eleventh hole 210 yards. Diegel took the; lead, hold ing a ten-foot put for a (roe. Loos making l he hole on four. Loos holed his approach shot on the eleventh. 2 !u yard., for a birdie three, hut Dig ged sunk a ::u foot putt halving the hole. Afh r that it was Dieg.d'.s mutch all the way. YANKFK ' Murfiedd. Scotland, June S: - Five of Hie American g. liters entered in the Knglish amateur champions'iin lourn amenl. which began lore yesterday, we're eliminated early in the opening round. J. F. Byors of Pittsburg, Cniteil States champion in la ' '!. was defeat eel by G. C. .Man ford of I uffness. ,7 and I; G, II. Walker of St. Loins lost to A. K. Phillips. Porter's park. .'! and '-, and D. W. Smith. County Down, de feated Findlay S. Douglas of New York. Cniteil States champion in 1 sfiS. 3 and 2, Frederick S. Wheeler, former pres ident of the I 'nlted States Gold as sociation, did not win a bed" in his match against Ca.luin K. F. Carter of the Royal Port rush club, Ireland. Steward G. Sfickney of the St. Louis club, Clivton, Mo,. was the lirst American player in win a mulch. Ho defeated Bertram! Bannerman of Yolvorton. li and fi. RECORD CROWD TO SEE MILWAUKEE GO Milwaukee, Wis.. Juii" s. The Richie Milch"!! Low Tcudlcr match at the Milwaukee auditorium on Wednes day n ght promises to prove a record br.-iiker at prices. It looks as though Ihe house will bo sold out by Wednes day night although there are a num ber of tickets yet to go. George Car peniier, til" From 1) champion, and war hero, will show on the same card. Stanley Kvoreito of Pokin. III., will fat e Frank;" Smu 1 -if r In one of Hie pri'limina rries. FLUSHING OUT OF CHAMPIONSHIP RACE New York. June - Flushing high school's baseball l "am. champions of Qui ensboroiigh. was yesterday elim inated from further competition in the series to detenu, ne tho champion high school nine of Greater New Yoi-K. The Long Island aggregation w-iis nulled by th" sturdy high school of commerce forces in a lively melee at. Dexter Field, Brooklyn. Tho score was 7 to 2. Friday the high school of commerce nine, champions of Manhattan, and commercial b gh school, champions of Brooklyn, will meet to decide the championship of tho five boroughs and what team will be entitled lo play tho champions of Chicago. Washington, Juno -.1 .- Copulation announcements of Hie BC0 comma have been made for more than half of Hie cities of tho country which in ID Id had 2.1,0 a) or more people. Some rciua iiu h Ie growths have been shown dining (be last ton years which will make many changes in the rank of these larger cities. Perhaps the must in il it hi.' growth thus far shown is Hint of the two Dei roil suburbs llamtur iii. ii k ami Highland Park, ranking 1 ,t'.2.".rd and l,:!(i;:rd respectively 111 Bill). 1 1 ii i ii 1 r.i i ii ii i K now Is slightly larger than Winston Salem, which ill Ibis census advanced to the posltlm of metropolis or North Carolina. More than ihree dozen cities hav ing less than 21,1)01 people in lfHO., have gone beyond the 2.1,u0 milk i his year, while upward of a dozen have gone into the llill.OOil class. There were fifty cities of l'i:i.l)i)t) or more people in Rile and 171) having 2i1,ooo or more people. Cities thus fiir announced having populations under .lain and ovar 2,loiin with their rank In 1'Uu and th.ir :2u population arranged In or-' dor of si.e, follow : City BIM 102) K.ink Bcpu l.i t ion Lynn, Mass, ,,!i!h p.!., US Tiicoma, Wash tilth HtSJXl Fliza belli, . J 71th !I1,I1S2 I'I lea, N. Y 7;ird IM.l.'HJ Frio. Pa Mth :K!,272 Flint Midi lllh !i T( '..J.t Jiu ksonville, Fla !.'dh ill, .IB! Schnectedy, N. Y 77th S.72;i Canton. O pi'.ith s'7,0!H Fort Wayne, Bid S : 1 1 1 Sii,.1!'l ' Kvausville Ind SOtli S,1,2iH' Manchester N. II 7Dth 's,2"0 Knoxvillo, Tetiit 1,11st 77, SIS St Joseph. Mo 7lMh 77.7113 Pearia. Ill s-ltli 7U.I21 llarrisburg, Ba SStb 75,917 Wilkesharre, Ba s;ird '.1'!,K2ti Wichita, Kans Iic'nd 72,128 Portland Me !st !'.), Kill liiughiimploti, N. Y 1 I'M h t'ai.Siu) Broe ktoii. Mass IKiril (111. ill t Tone Halite, Bid XW1 liG.'.HI Sacramonto, (111 lR'th lil.h.'J Roikford. Ill IHith liu.i.i'.l Spriiigti.'ld. O Idlith illl.Ml) Ailomia, Ba ln;'.rd DiO.ilJl Mobile, Ala lo;th liil.121 Slringtiold. Ill 101th .lll.ls,! Racine, Wis 111th ,S,M Chiittiioogii. 'I'i'iiii 12itli 57.81)5 Covinglon. Ky 101st. 57,121 Dav'.'iliiort hi, 12Mll i.''ti.7'ii- Berkeley Cat lliiird ',", i.SSH Long Beach. Cal liOKth 53.30:! Gary, Ind ninth ,15.:iH Lincoln, Nob E'lth 51.3(11 Lancaster, Ba 1121b C't.lilu Augusta. (Ja BMst 52.5 I.s M.tcon. Ga BiJnd .12..12.1 Tampa Fla 1 t-Ttti .1.2.12 Roanoke', 'a 157lh 50.XI2 Niagara Falls, N. Y lx2nd .IH.'.lia East Orange, N. J BH'th .10.i1.S7 .Maiden, Mass 121sl 4'.I.102 Kalaiiiaeui. Midi l'7th 1S.S5S Haiutramck, Mich. ...I,i!2:!rd ks.HLI Winston-Salem, N. C...i2".7th 4S.2!!',) Jackson, Mich 171th 1S.3 7I Quill, y, Mjss Hi7tli -17. till Highland Bark, Mich ..1,.'2U t'i.GM Iowa . N. J. Va. Y.. BRTISH TRACK STARS MEET FOR OLYMPIAD London, Juno SV Athletic events for th" purpose of choosing contest ants tor the Olympic games hold in South London were marked by per formances which wore first-class un der the conditions. .V. S. Kent of Ox gord won the 12') yard bunloln in 1S seconds, while the running : broad jump winner was F. Tlmoney of the Irish Guards, who made 1 feet and two Inches. '. ft H , Similar contests wctafr held at Hip Newport AlUeltie, club N. E , H dlanrt winning the m yard dash in 1i):2-,1. J. WIlBattiii -won the mile. tnakliiK the distance in 'II. The 410 yard hurd les went tei ,1. E Vaugliin of Newport whoso time was i;7. while J. Parkin of St. Saviour's led in the high jump with a record of .1 feed 1 inch At Manchester. Ilov-ard Baker of Liver pool. Knglish champion, won the broad jump by making 20 feet 3 in. AMERICAN SLOOPS IN EXCITING FINISH Newport. K. I., Juno 8. The sloops Kesoluie and Vanitie hud u c lose race yesterday in the second of Ihe trial contests off this port U determine the STREAT0R ASSURED OF TURF MEETING Followers of 111" turf in S'realor and vicinity will rejoice in the news that the fast ponies will circle tho lardscrablde; track this year L. M. Harvey, local track promoter. and others", including Evere't Beekwith of Aurora, 111., reluctant to see the fa mous sport die out in any locality in La Sal!" county, will assume charge of tho Stroutor speed ollerlng this year. A. S. Johnson, secretary r;f the Streator Fair and Racing association, lias boon ill for a number of month and was unable to carry on tho work of staging the races for this year. Sft not to lot it drift by, Mr. Harvey lias ..inn it into his hands and will act as secretary for the association this year. The mooting at Streator will be staged the week following tho Ottawa races, on July 27. 2S, 2) and SO. Mr. Harvey stated this morning that th" same edd races would lie staged, and turf followers- can be assured of some good spot1: this year. Difference in Time. Tn reply 10 our observation that nnd his son and namesake resembled each other greatly, oh! Bill Slivers sulci: "The main difference 'twixt me mi' young Bill Is, when I put In 11 day nt work 1 don't fool mm h like ruiinln' 'round ut nights; and when young Bill puis In a night rimiiiti' 'round lie don't feel tuiteli like workill' next day," 'I'opok.i Capital. Charlotte. N. C. C'dar Kaplds, Elmiru, N. Y... Cicero, ill New Castle, Ba. Shrove port. La Berth Am boy, N. Lexington, Ky. I'iltstiebl, Mass. Lima, Oo .Fitchhurg. , Mass. Beaumont, Tex West lloboken, Oak Park. 111. Hamilton. O. . Springlbdd, Mo. Charleston, W. Jamestown, N. Meeltord, Mass .Madison, Wis Joliet. 111! Columbia, S. C Lorain, O Kvanston, III Muskegon, Mich Muniio, Ind Aurora. Ill Waterloo, Iowa Chicopi-e, .Muss Williamsport, Ba Battle Crook, Mich... Auburn. N. Y Hammond, Ind ICast ( 'hie-ago, Ind. . . . Rock Island, 111 Boughkoopsie. N. . . . Moridon. Conn Pontine, .Mich Easton, Pa Danville, Ills Amsterdam, N. Y Wilmington, N. ('. . . Orange. X. J O.-hUosh. Wis Portsmouth, O Ogdm, t 't ill Hazelton, I'a Lewiston, Mo Watertown, N. Y Sheboygan.- Wis Waliham. Mass' Moline, II! Now burg, N. Y Kokomo. Ind West New Yolik. N. J. Joplin, .Mo. .. Anderson, Ind. Norwich, Conn Colorado Springs, Colo. Zanesville, O. Newport. Ky Fort Smith, Ark Alameda, Cal Bloomington, 111 Marion, ,0 Strubonville, I). ... Asheville. N. C Hagorstown, Md Mansfield, O Plainfiold, N. J Everett. Wash Xorwalk. Conn Elgin. ,7.11 Warren, O Richmond, Ind Kearney, X. J Newark. O Clifton, X. J Bangotj Me Kingston, N. Y New London, Conn. . . Irvington. X. J . p;2ml ..Bitith . I isth .ii'Jillh .112nd .BKHh .170th . l.liith . P2'1 u . lSLst . I Pith .277th .11:!rd .2:i2nd . 1 1 1th . 155th .212rd .171th ,232nd .22;ird . l.lsth .212th .BKird 22'ith .212nd .2 Bird . ls7th .20Mh .22iith . IT-rcl . 22X1 h . I.'.iith .271st. .2Ulst .l.'l'iith .2"0th ,172nd . Bi-rrd .IM.th .202nd .17).; Hi .22'lth UMSth . I "Hth .2n;th .22 1st .22llh .21 It It .207th ,211th '2n:!rd .21111I1 .201th .2.17th . BMst. 1st 21-7th 1071 h If) I St. Xth . ISIth .21 lib .2lsth .21!t h .I'.Bith . 2,1St h .310th .2.:rd .272rd .2-soth , 222nd .2. 'in tli .2 Kith .5:i!)tli .25r)th .212th .22i.7th .ninth ,222rd .217th . 2 With .l!)2rd , . .1 . J! 11;.:! is 1 i,.ii;ii 45.201 1 1.: 35 1 I.D28 r'..S7i 4(1.707 11,514 41,531 ll.Xfi -J 1,0 F! 40,122 lil, (BiX S'l.filla :;!),ii7 1 2!).(.i20 :)s,fi87 2'W'7S :17.324 1372)5 M7..213 :;i;,57i) CK.52 1 ::o,2ii,i :.23 1 2i;.2M 2,1!.)S ;.1ii,iii4 211.112 20,01)1 25,!Oi7 :.!1,177 ;:-.",: 00 31.73:1 :l,272 22,.B( :;:!,73') 2,i.52l 32.372 3. 1 .23:) ;W.lli2 33.0M 22,207 31,707 S1.26.'! :.!ll,f)55 o.s:,i 30,70:) vHo.272 30.1 1;; 2:1.02; 2f,S5'3 2D.7H7 2:i,fi8') 20,572 2D.56!) 23.3.17 2S.SI1 2S,S0ii 2S.fi-38 iS,5l 28,508 28,5'J4. 28.02!) 27821 2 ,7II0 2 7,111 1 27.5.17 27.r,l 27.0C0 2U.728 2C..721 2;,7is 2ti,470 2:;,9I 25,88! 25,ti8J 2-3.4WJ Another Advance In Clothes. From a story: "An Immense over- CO.'tt, topped by ,1 soft, verv will. Driiinnod but crushed I11I0 tlu imss. Bie. ijostyu irauscrlut. '