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TTIE OMAHA DAILY .KM : MONDAY , MAY 21 , 1807.
FIRST JOINT BICYCLE RUN Associated Cycling Clnbs Take a Spin Out to Millard , CONTINUED PULL AGAINST HEAVY WIND In Splln of DlftiiKrcrnlilr Writ Mi IT the \Vlffo I in PII llatc n fJnoil 'I line with Aliiiiiclnnt llcfrcHlit at Turin I n n I Point. The flrrt Joint bicycle run of the season In Omaha occurred jcrtcrday afternoon under the ausplcrs of the Associated Cj cling clubu nnd was a huge success. In Iho fncu of the fact that the weather conditions were by DO means favorable. The weather clerk tnado n bad muB of It. Olio of the Turner women said It w a "renl cussed" day , which was a fnct Millard was the objective point and everybody got there , despite the man of tliu weather. The feature of the thins n * the wind , and that vvn very self-evident In very large lumps It blew a sale from the went al most directly That wan In the morning In the afternoon It seemed to veer around more to the north nnd east , Just at the boje were getting ready to come homo , nut from whatever direction It came. It made the gang dig hard up the hills , strangle on the level dm ) pump down the hills. It blew hard all the Unto and then some more , when It came In gusts. It made oven the warm boys get off nnd walk more than once , because there are lillln galore to Millard , the terminus of the run It only partially phased the Tinner rlrls , however , who won high pulse for their exhibition of toad riding. If the wind could have been overlooked . which It could not have been the day would lave been a corker. The atmoapheio won of the proper temperature with the mm out all the time Ten of the thirteen miles of the rldo were on the pretty Rood macadam of the Center street road The country roadn wcro In mm shape , smooth and hard. There < was no dust to speak of , despite the strong wind. GOOD NUMD13R FACH THE WIND. When ono takes Into account the gentle icphyr that corkscrewed along when the start "NOS made , there was a very creditable turn out The number was about 100. There would have been twlcu as ninny If the day bad been the Ideal one the weather clerk ought to have dished up. This fact would seem to Indicate that joint runs to popular points and over the good roads In tlilo vicin ity would take this season A joint run each month under the auspices of each of the wheel clubs during the remainder of the Bcagou would not boa bad Idea * The start wan made at 0 SO o'clock from the rooms of the Omaha Wheel club at Eighteenth aud Uouglas stieuts Captain iMulford of the Omaha Guards Ulryclo club was captain of the run ns far aa Ruser's , which was highly suspicious. 'flare hU tan dem ( sprung several leaka and he had to drop out. There vva-i not much of any captain alter that. The captains of the various clubs represented acted nr lieutenants. There were practically thiee divisions. The Omaha Wheel club bojn were at the head with the tnndcm aud the "dog , " lu charge of President Llvesey. In the bunch were eeveral Tourlsto and several who were not anything. Then came n goodly contingent of the Ilemlb 1'aik HIcycle club , everj mem ber In natty corduroy uniform , with blue and white-stripped swcntcw and stockings. The rcnr was brought up by a nice bunch of Turners , Including a half dozen women , all arrayed In the gray uniform. The string made a nice display as It weut out Leavcnvvorth street In putty fair order Naturally , when the city limits were reached the "hot" bojs sprinted ahead , and the rn- umliider of the ilders bunched up according to their Inclination and their ability to cut through the wind. WARM TIMK A3V MILLARD. The riders made the town of Millard think It was alive finm noon until late In the afternoon. They took pooseiulon of a ho tcl , garden and gymnasium and made things mini. There were refreshments galore and plenty 'to ' eat. The expense of the blowout ivas paid out of a neat fund that icsultod from the entertainment that was given at Turner hall at the conclusion of the Inter- club pool tournament some time ngo. The BUCCCCS of this part of the affair was due to the efforts of the Turner bojs , who made the arrangements cno day last week. A few of the- crowd came- back to the city about noon and enjoyed the experience of the swallows. It was 111(0 ( rolling all the way. Those mounted on "good" wheels had to back pedal even up hills. Later In the after noon the wind veered eastward and consequently quently the run back was not then an enjoy- nble. For various reasons , however , a Boodly number took a late train back to the city. city.Tho The Thuraton nines' Wheel club took a run on Its own hook down to Port Crook , De- cause of the wind , however , the turnout was not a largo one. The riders came back late In the afternoon There was comparatively little riding about the Direct. The wind wart too strong even for the pavement riders. The favorite short runs , however , were taken by a goodly number. _ TO WO II 1C FOR A nVIV HMI.UOAI ) . Onictiil Call IxNiiril for ( InAV Ti niiNpnrlallnn fiiiiI'lillon. . The olllclnl call has been Issued for the Western Transportation convention , which Is to be held In Omaha September 2 This con vention Is the result of agitation In Ne braska , Kansas , Oklahoma and Texas for a .gulf railroad to enable the producers In thobo states and other western localities to reach the coast with their pioducts at cheaper freight rates The plan of the con tention Is to crystall/o the ecntlmcnt In favor of such a rand In such chape that some cteps may be taken to construct the line. Interest In the movement line been growing In the statrs concerned to such an extent that the men behind the convention antici pate a large attendance. Ktery state west of tilt ; Mlsslc-alppl river la entitled to eeii'l delegates to the convention and twrtlclpate In the proceedings The apportionment of the delegates In on a broad p'an. ' nud If any tonilderabln portion nf them attend the con- vtiiitlon will be a laige one , U'oimni'H dull Annual Mt The minimi meeting of the Woman's club for the presentation of loports nnd the clto tlon of olllciTs In to bo ! i''M thin afiitrnoon Members for both Ilia "u : i-mt anil the oii.su- IIIJT > ear uro entitled to be present lio\v shall I do it ? In tlio only com mon st'iisowuy Ju'cp yourlicntl cool , your feet warm nnd your blood lirh and puraby taking Hood's Sarsapui illn , * Tlicu all your nerves , BB1 tn © muscles , tissues and organs will bo ring pioporly nouiishcd. Hood's Snrsapurilla builds up the system , creates nn ap- pctUo , tones the stomach and gives strength. It Is the people's Spring Icdicine , JJOH a larger tale and ef fects moro cures than till others. rurlflcr. ( X I. Hood & Co. , Lowell , Masa. w , , , rt'ti assist Digestion Riid euro flOOQ S FlllS CoiutluaU uu , or aturnIIONTOOMKUV. . An Olil llc-slilrnl and Velrrnn of llio lai le'n r. Milton Montgomery died yesterday at the. residence of his son. C 8 Montgomerj- , Thirty-sixth ami Half Howard streets , where he had made his home for the past five > eara. The deceeied wan born In OIlvcsburB , O. , May 3 , l < ? 2r. His early life was spent on the farm , and ho acquired n common school and academic education. Ho studied law nnd was admitted to the b.ir at Ashland , 0 , and afterward taught school. He moved to Wis consin In 1S50 , and In 1S54 located at Sparta , where ho practiced his profession till 1S7.1 , when ho came to Nebraska , locating at Lin coln. Hn Iso lived nt Albion for a time , coming toxOWftha. about flvp years ngo. He won ) prominent In professional and po litical life : In Wlcconnln , and has alwaja been a democrat He was twice a candidate for state office there , and once for circuit Judge , and wna also a candidate for attorney genpral In Nebraska In 1871 HP was regis ter of the United States land oluce at Chad- ron from 18SC to 1SSS Ho enlisted In the union , army August 1C , 1SC2. as colonel of the Twenty-fifth Wis consin Infantry. He nerved In Minnesota nnd on the northwestern frontier during the- rest of that year During the next jcar he served In Illinois , Kentucky Tenneefccc , Louisiana , Mississippi and Arkansas , nnd was for sev eral months commander of the eastern divi sion of Arkannns HP took port In the Meridian campaign , and was with Sherman In the Atlanta campaign. July 22 , 1SC4 , he wai wounded nt Atlanta , where his right arm won amputated , nnd was tnketi prisoner , nerving In the prisons of Macon , Oa. , nnd Charleston , S. C. Doing exchanged , he returned home for a short time and engaged In the rpcrultliiR service Ho then returned to hl command ami served to the close of the war , being In command of n brigade much of thu time. May 24 , 18Rrj , he was breveted brigadier gen eral "for gallant and meritorious services during thp leceut campaigns I in Georgia nnd the Carollnas. " He was mustered out Juno 7 , 1861. The funeral service- * will be held at the house at 12 o'clock today , and the remains will be taken to Lincoln this afternoon for Interment. roi.icn cr.T THI : HKJIIT IMHSO.VS. : I'oHltltc lilnillllratloii of CioorKV UradNliiMt anil Vuunw MrVcy. George Hradshavv , the young man who was arrested In company with Wllllo Mc- Voy Saturday night on suspicion of being Implicated In the holdup ot Dr. W. P. WII- cox , was jf-Kterday identified n the person wanted by the police. At the time of the trouble W J .Wllklns , who resides nt Thirty- first nnd Howard streets , was elttlng on the veranda In front of the resldenco of W. 13. Tnjlor. 2021 Howard street. Immediately following the firing of the shots by McVey and his pal , Mr.Mlkln.s and a young woman friend saw the mlscrcnnte ns they fled north on Twenty-flist street There la n light on the corner nnd their fnces were easily recog nizable Mi Wllklns called at the police station jestetday nnd positively IdFntlfled Hradshaw and McVcy as the men whom he saw running In fiont of the house. He stated that both of the men ran with revolv ers In their hands McVey hns al o been Identified by Fred and Trank Hetts , two stock dealers who reside nt Fourteenth and Hickory streets Shortly after the robberj of the residence of Rev J M Wilson , Mc Vey went to the hemp of the Hetts fnmllj and offered to sell a gold watch which has since been , claimed by Dr. Wilson The watch was purchased fiom McVev for $5 The police located the at tide and It Is now nelnff held In evidence ag.ilrot McVoy. Mc Vey will be held on a double charge , that of highway robbery and also for burglary. TIMH A Anniversary Mi-elliiw of ( lie Y. W. C. V. Till * Kt t'lllllK. The annlvcisary meeting of the Young Women's Christian association will be held this evening at the rooms of tha Young Men's Christian association , and the Indica tions nro that the session w 111 be marked bj the exuberance of the hitcrcist shown. The feeling engendered durfng the late evangel ical struggle tlircater.H to crop out again , and dissensions nnd secessions are promised The executive boaid of the organization , which Is empowered to elect olllcers , held a meeting Saturday , and le-elected all the old officials , Including Mrs THtlen , president ; Mrs. Harford , vice president : Ml a LIttlefleld recording secretary , und M'es ' Cady , secie- tary. It happens that these officers are all Identified with the evangelical faction , and when the executive board makes Its report to the met ting thlh evening fun will be spon taneous. It Is announced that Mrs Tllden will refuse - fuse to serve , and that Mis. Harford will also refuse If Mrs Tllden does. Miss Little- field will voluntarily relinquish the honor tendered her , while the letter recently pub lished by Miss Cady Is accepted as an in dication on hci part that she will give way togomo ono else This Is the situation as It appears at the present time , upon which Is predicated the announcement that the meeting this evening will abound In Interesting events. SUSTU\S A KHACTUIiniJ 'HIM.II. Holii'i-t AelHon of I > n lien n , Neb. , JIloetM vtlth tin VtM'IriViit. Robert Nelson , a Unjon Pacific section man who resides at Duncan , Npb. , was very seriously Injured last night at the union depot. Nelson has been visiting In the city for several dajs and last night shortly before 12 o'clock started to boaid the west bound freight train No. 19 foi his home In boarding the train Nelson falltd to notice a switch engine coming up on another track and was knocked down. Hla right thigh sustained a compound fracture and be was badly bruised and Is thought to be Internally liijuied. He was picked up and taken Into the Burlington train dispatcher's office and Surgeon fialbralth of the Union Taclflc called to attend him He was later removed to St Joseph's hospital. The leg may have to bo amputated Two YoiitliH llrlilnil Iho IlnrN. Charles Sncnr was locked up at the station last nluht at the request of his mother , who lives near Fourteenth nnd Webster street. Young Sncar has been nrresteil many tlm s tor pettj- thieving nnd also for Incoiilftlhlllty Ho hi but 13 vears of age , but kmrva mote about crime than in inv an old r clfi'v'pr against polk-p laws * . The last ( line InWIIH In jail , bin mother pioml ed to Koup h'm off tlio Htruet and force him to use bin iii'plii'j frirgy on thn wood pile. Upon thesio toniiiijonH he WHS liber ated bv JIU'KO tloii'cn foi a peilod during good behavior Mis Sneai stated last night that I'hnrlejshunned the wood pile as though It were nffectid with n plague , and that t > ) ic vvns entirely powerless to ( .ou tre l him She requests that J , be sunt to t'lc reform school Gray Yates another finl ! boy , who hns a linn'crlri to remiiln nut late iilghtH , wan t > aiicred : In by thu pn'lcp about midnight lie VV.M KcjUil it HIMeenth and Chicago stroc'u. aliifk ( ielx Illn AVatcli. Dr. Thomas n. Stuck , who resides nt Humphrey , Nib , called at the. police sta tion last night and Identified u ( raid watch which was found upon John Hiley. Rlley was arrested us a suspicious character IHSI Friday nlKlit He hud attempted to dispose of the wutch to a number of paw nliroUera Stack stated that bo went on a llttl tear Friday and ( InHlud ui > by going to sleep on the sidewalk near r lucent ! ) , imj WnUstor street. It was while ho was In a drunken stupor that the wntch vvn taken. Rllcy will bo prosecuted on a clmrKo of tjrund llnprotd'ti'il IViill A section of ( lie btune wall , located on the south approach of ttm Tenth street \la- duqt , fell yesterday uftoinoon. Tha wall bordered 1110113 tha edge of the new Union depot KI omuls , ami wiib directly above the space which baa lately been fjceavalcd by the Hurllniton company It wnd tl.o In tention of tha iMllrond company to remove the wall Inter , nnd but little damage wns sustained The section vvnlcll fell was about 100 feet In length , , \rroxt of nVlfe llenlt-r. William Miller , who icsldes with his fam ily near Klthtii and Bancroft street , was u I res tfil lust nils-lit for beating hlu wife Miller lives not fur from I'ollce .ludgn Gor don , la.rt night Miller started In to dls- cIplliKi li'r better half , and Incidentally Hs > M a uii.iir ? > ul other domestic articles < ipnn her person. Thu noluo was licurd by Judge Gordon , and. upon Investigating the case , lie sent for tli6 patrol vvacon. and had Miller up. I I r LAWMAKERS TO PLAY CHESS House of Representatives and British House of Oommons. MATCH GAME TO BE PLAYED BY CABLE IIiiitllKit'N tii IlPKln on ( AfITIIOOII ( if MII ! tlTwolrr * for IHC' \Viin III n it ! " ti mill MV lorlt. WASHINGTON' . May 23. The arrange ! en's for the match games of chess between llvo selected Individual players of the liouie of representatives nnd a Ilka number from the British House of Commons arc practically completed. The games will bo begun at 2 o'clock t > . ni. , Washington time , and 7 o'clock p. in. , London time , May 31. and continue four hours , fifteen moves to the hour. If not completed In the agreed time UIB games will be flubbed on Juno 1. A single consultation game In which all the members of both teams may consult aa to the moves , will bo played on. a dateto be fixed by the Englishmen. Two wires between Washington aud Now York will bo given up to the games , and It 1 expected that not more- than three min utes will be consumed In trtusmlttlug the several luovea between London and Washing ton. The American players will draw lotu for their Urltlsh competitors and places at the tables. The members of the house have been coached by W IMltefoury of Ilrookljn , the winner of the International chess toiirnamo.it at Hastings , England , who lias played against all comers for the past week at the Metro politan club In this city , and who has won every game , except a draw with the Austrian minister. There will bo five players on each side. Although the plajors on behalf of the houseof representatives have not been oniclally announced It Is learned that four of them have been selected , Messrs. Pearson of North Carolina , Do Oraffenreld ot Texas , Hodlno ot Missouri and Handy of Delaware So far as thta side * has been advised , Messrs. Plunkett , Hcalon and Strauss will be three of the llvo In the English team. The house players will move their men In the house committee on foreign affairs room , nnJ the English players In ono of the lobbies ot Parliament house. The connections will bo direct , so as to minimize the time to bo consumed In the transmission ot the moves Thn messages will be sent over the wires by the Western Union Telegraph and the Anglo- American Cable- company , both otwhich companies have donated their wires fur the occasion. Superintendent Maren ot the Western Union In this city has had two wires run Into the committee room , which wires will directly connect with the American cable. Ono ot these wires will bo used to send , and the other for receiving purposes. Similar arrangements have been made with wires leading directly from the other ter minus of the cabin on the Irish coast to the lobby of the Commons. The play will last llvo hours each day , fioin 7 to midnight , London time , and from 2 to 7 , our time. Fifteen moves an hour will be allowed. Superintendent 'Marcu ' says a minute will bo required for the transmission ot the messages , so this will reduce thu actual playing time to un average ot a move avery three minutes. Sir Julian Pauncefote. at the request of the British players , will act as referee here , and it Is probable that Hon. John Hay , the United States ambassador at London , will perform a like service on the other side. GAA1HS OIT1IU > ATIO.\A.I LEAGUE. Flnt Fluht Occur * on the Diamond at ChiciiKo. CHICAGO. Mny 23 Taken In all. today's ffamo was about the worst exhibition of the season. Brlgea was again an easy mark for the Senators , who batted him all ovci the lield and won out by a margin of four runs after having- made enough errors to lost half a dozen K.UIICS. The same ended with a dlsgr.icuful scene , L uige and O'Hrlen comlnR to blows , both being- fined and put out of the game. Attendance , 8000. Score : Chicago 22000201 6-12 Washington 4 16 ISase hits : Chicago , 12 ; Washington , 18 nuois : Chicago , \Vab7ilns-ton , 1. Earned runs : "Washington. ! i. Twu-uase hits : D.ih- len. Dnnohue. Brown , Si'ibnch , Uellly (2) ( Three-base hits : Mercer. Socrlllco him , Decker , Dahlcn. Stolen bases. Thornton , Hellly (2) ( ) . Wrlgley , lleicer. Double plays. Connor to Decker , Ilyan to Decker , llelll > to Cartwrlght. Struck out : By Brlgss , 1 ; bv Mercer. 1. Bases on balls- Off Bilge" , 5 ; off Mercer , 4. Wild pitch : Brings , lilt with ball .Mc.Connlck. Batteries : Chicago , Brings and Donahue ; Washington , Mercer and Tan ell. Umpires : McDonald and O'Day. CINCINNATI. 4 ; BROOKLYN , C. CINCINNATI. 'May ' 23 The Brooklyns made their llrst nppea.rani.-e In this city to day and defeated the Beds In nn exciting game. The playing of Shlndlo and Ander son of the Brooklyns was the feature of the E.nne. Attendance , 7.COO. Score : C'lnclnnatl , 10021000 0 1 Brooklyn 10000023 0 C Base hits- Cincinnati , 10 ; Brooklyn. 9. Er rors : Cincinnati. r > , Brooklyn , J. Earned runs : Cincinnati 2 ; Brooklyn , 1. Tno-biso hitsSchrlver , Vaughn. Jones. Three-base hit Hoj. Home run. Miller. Double plays : Smith to Lnchancc ; Burke to Hofllday First base on balls : Off Daub. 2 Hit by pitched ball Smith. Struck out : Daub. Left on babes. Cincinnati , 6 , Brpoklyn , 0 Bat teries : Cincinnati , Dwjei , fihret and Schrlver ; Brooklyn , Daub and Urlm. Um pires : Shcildan and Kmsllo ST. LOUIS , fl ; LOUISVILLE , 14. ST. I/MJIS , May 2J. The Loulsvllles had a walkover with the Brownfl today. Hart commenced the game for the home team , but retired at the end of the first Inning after eight runs had been scored. Evans succi tiled him and did we'll. The playing on both sides was ragged. Attendance. 6000 Store : St. Louis 0 00103020-C Louisville. S3 003000 14 Hiibf hltHi St. Louis , 15 ; LoubvlIIe. 14 Errors. St T ouls , 3 ; Louisville , 4 Earned runs. St. Loula , 1 ; Loulsvlllf. S Two-lyisu hltn : Kissinger , Worden (2) . Threo-b.io lilts : Cioss Homo inns. Cross , Itosers Stolen basts : Warden , Clarke Double plays. Holers to Sluffoid to Werden , 2 , 1'lckPrlng to Stafford. First busts on bulls : Off Hint , 2 ; off Evans , 6 ; on Hill , 4 Hit by pitched ball Clarke. Struck out : By Evans , 3 ; by Hill. 1 Wild pitches- Hill , 1. Evuns , 1 BatterlLs : St. LoulH , Hart. Evans and Murphy , LotiUvlllf , Hill and Wilson. Umpires. Donahue and Dexter CLEVELAND. O , May -Tlu.ru was no attempt to play b.mo ball hero today No ganiB was announced , the mnnaBois of tlu > club evidently preferring to aw.ilt the out come of the i-flso of tha urrqsted players In the police court. It w&uld Imva biMn Impossible possible- have plijvd , even had tin r j b cn a deslro to do so , for It ruined nearly all of tha afteinnun STANDING OF THE TEAMS Played. Won. Lo-it. PC. Italtlmorn 2o 19 fi 760 Cincinnati 27 la s 70.4 Plttsliunj 21 16 7 (0.6 BcHton 21 14 10 r > S3 Phll.ulelotilu 21 ] ! II SCO Cleveland 24 13 11 54.2 Lutllsvlllc 2. ! ] J 11 W.2 Brooklyn , . 2T ll 14 44 0 Nmv York JO 8 12 400 Chicago 23 8 ] " iJO Washington 23 7 1G 30.4 St Louis 2C G 20 23.1 Games today lioston at Louisville , Brook lyn at Cincinnati. New York at Chlcigo ; I'hlhidclphli at Cleveland ; Baltimore at PlttsburiT Washington at St , Louis. l-'li'lil Dux at SprliiKllulil. 8PTUNOKIHLD , Neb. May 23.-Specml ( Telegram. ) The Springfield Athletic club h Id I In third annual Held day exercises je.slcrdiy afternoon , t-nnslFtlng1 of two nice * . JiimplMK. putting- the shot , conclud ing with un Interesting RHIIIO of ball be. twccn Fort Crook and the local club , re- snltlimIn favor of th latter by u score of 13 to 11 It was n , slugging- match from start to llnUh Score : Fort Crook . . . . 20002350 0 11 Springllfld 13 B.ISO hlis. Springfield. 14 ; Fort Crook. 13. Error * Sprlnmleld , 7. Fort Crook , 7. Homo run. r-u Thrtt-basB hit. Fctz , Ttvo- base hits Swain , Geist mruck out ; By PiliiK11 , by Duncan , C. Batteries. Fort Crook , Duncan and Huddlcson ; Springfield , Pltujf and lielnlmidt. Time : 2:20 : Umpire. Sandy Moirlson \\V < cru Anxooliitloii hcorex. IlOCKroiUJ , 111. . May 23-Score ; Ilockford 2 6 Burlington 0000042) ) -10 Huso hunt ItocXfonl , 12 ; Burlington , It. Errors ; Itockford , 1 ; Burlington , 2. Bat teries : Anderson , Underwood and Qulnn ; Coons and Williams. DUnt'QUi ; , la , May * Score ; Dubuque 0-5 St , Joseph . . . . * -G Uat.0 blt < . Dubuque , 10 ; St. Joseph , 13. Hrrors ! Duburiuo 4. Rt Jo eph , 3 Hat- terfp i ! Hu/tilr'.l Nonpmaeber , Otton find Sullivan ; it/fMul nial Collln * CKDAR HAflTDS. In . Mny 23.-Score : Cedar Rnplds 5-S Qulncy . . . . - Hnse hits * . Cednr Rnplds , 19 : Qulncy , fl Hrrors : < 4dnP Rnplils , 3 ; Quliicy. IS ; naileries : Mcpmignl and ruller ; Hnckett nnd Trnllley' * u PHOItlA , III. . Mny 23Score : Peorla 2-12 DPS Mollies. ? . ) ) } . , . 1 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 2U Rase hits : 1'eorla. IB ; DPSMolnes. 11. HrrorsI'eorln , 4 ; De * Molnes , n. Natterles. Callahan ami .Dugdalc ; .Mauck nnd Ien- mnn. " * ' ' " MOIIKS o I/Fiiij \\ijsTi3iix i.r.miiJ. . Tnll-inilpr4 > llu Viipflior Kail Out . of tinMIIIiTM. . MINNEAPOLIS , May 23 Score ! Minneapolis .v. 0 00000002-2 Grand Rapids -5 Hasp hits. Minneapolis , fl ; Grand Rapids , fi Hrrors MlnneaplK 3 : Grand Rnplds , 0 HatterlcsFlggemeler and Uoyle ; Scott ami Twlneham. ST. PAUL , May 23 Score : St. Paul 7-H Imllannpoll * . . . . . . .0 010001. ! 1-7 llaso hits : St. Paul , IS ; Indianapolis , ft Errors : St. Paul , 2 , indlannpolls , . Hat- terlp.sMcGIII and Spies ; Ooar nnd Wood * . KANSAS CITY , Slay 23 3COIC. Kansas City 000331000-7 Dotroll S 0 0 < ) C 0 0 ) 3 8 Hase hits : Kansas Cltj' , 11. Detroit , 52 Errors : Kansas city. 1 , Detroit , 2. Hal- terle-s : Harnctt , Krlend , Lnkpand niaiiford ; Treadwcll. Thomas nnd Trost. MILWAUKDI3 , WIs , Mny21 Scoic- Milwaukee- 22000100 6 Columbus i 00010000 0 1 Hasp hits : Milwaukee. S : Columbus , fi. Hrrors : Milwaukee , 3 , Columbus , 1. Hat terlcs : Terry nnd 3pc.tr ; Daniels and Fisher. Fisher.STANDING STANDING OF THV3 THAMS. Played. Won. Lost. P.a St. Paul ffl ) 20 8 71.4 Indl umpolN 21 IS 9 fi2.r Milwaukee 27 16 11 f/l 3 Columbus 21 12 11 C2 2 Detroit 2T , 13 12 4S.O Minneapolis 21 12 10 42.0 Kansas City 27 8 IS 31 3 Grand Rapids 23 7 IS 2S.O Games for todaj' : Indlannpolls at Mil waukee ; St. Paul at Minneapolis. iiusui/rs o > Tin : IHIXMM ; THACICS. .locker Clajlon In Fatally Hurt In n Hurdle HiiL-f. CINCINNATI , O. May 21. Tlio spring meeting of the Queen City Jockey club ended yettonUj' , with fast track. In the sixth race , a hurdle handicap. Jockey O Clayton was crushed by bin horse falling on him. Clayton was on Wlnpfleld. and while attempting1 to clear the second hur dle the hoifip fell. The Jockey Is piobibly fntnlly hurt and the horse had Ills shoulder broken. Rcbults : Flist race , sK furlonca : llvcrest won , Roblnoon second , Knllltan third. Time Second race , five furlongs- Horace -vvon , Aragnol i < coml , Toleslmmons third. Time 1:0. . Third nee. one mile : Goose Liver vvon Iron Mistress second , Cresus thiid. Time l:4Z : i. Fourth race , mile aud onp-quarter : San Juan won. Endurance second. Rasper thlid Time2 OS. Fifth nice , seven furlongs : Tutullla won , Sim W second , Uncle. Simon third Time. Sixth race , mile and one-quart"r , handi cap , hurdle * ) Wor Honnct won. Colonel Rarrctt second , Folly third. Time. 2:17Vi : Spvonth race , six furlongs. Cirrfe F won. Will Wallace'second , Harry Thorburg thlid Time : 1 % / ST LOUIS , May 23 Tttc. feature of yos- tprday's program'at tbp fair grounds Avas the Debutante stiikcs , for 2-vcar-old * , at four and onlmlf furioiiBS The stake Is worth $1,200 to thot\vlnnur. Good Trlend won In a hire ! drive , .with Sonow seconit and Lizzie Cavalier tltlrd. Gooil Friend opened at 20 to 1 and closed at 6 to 1. The winner Is owned by James "Whltten nnd IB bjOelus Track was f w. llesults : First race , ) ono /mllo Stella 11 won. Vir ginia M second , Consuela. third. Time. Second nice , four and one-half furlongs , maidens : Calvin won , Fre < l Broons second. Howitzer third. Time : O.pr , % Third race ) one mile , sollln ? : lob CI m- oott won. Frontier second , Ixmt" Time third Time : 1-41V4J Fourth race , four nd one-half furlongs. DiibutanUstak s.2-VP.ai-ods ! Good Pilena won , Sorrow second , Lizzie Cavalier third Time : 0 5C'4 j Fifth race , mllcr and seventy jnrds Jtar- nuHo won , Nlmrod second , Reba4r third. Time : 1:46 . . Sixth race , one mller Charlie Christy won , Cnppy second , Dr. Huger third. Time 's AN FRANCISCO , Mny 21 After a per iod of e.evpn . months' Incessant racing the season In California , llnally closed with JOH- terdaj's racing nt Oakland. Tht-prosent sea. son hns been the most miccesbful In the history of thi' California turf , the attend ance on the closing days Kruatlj- exceeding those In the earlier part of the season The feature of todny's card was * the Fablola handicap at a mile nnd one-quarter , for I- ! year-olds and upward This event was won bj * Wheel of Fortune , who covered the dis tance In the remarkable time of 2.0G14 , which equals the coast recoid lecently established bj' Rulnart In the Hums handicap The Roman , who finished second , was easily the best horse In the race , being deprived of vlctorv by the most palpible of llukes Three extreme , outsiders , two favoiltes and a hccond choice divided the honors of the dav. Weather line ; track fast. Attendance , 7.000 Results : First nice , six furlongs , selling : Ana basis won , Little- Sister second , Mulberrj- third Tlnip : Ili5'4. : Second race , nallo nnd one-slxtpenth , sel- linK : Peter the Second won. Coda second. Del Paso II third. Time : 1.4Si. Third race , s.lx furlonss , selling- Rose Clark won Mldaa second , Mainstay third Time1.15U , Fourth race , one mile , selling : Molllo R won , Fortunate second , Thula third. Tlmo : 1:41 V Fifth lace , mile nnd one-quarter , the F.ablala stakes. : Whppl of Fortune won , Thp Roman second , Taranto third. Time : 'sixth race , six furlonrsAlontnllade won , Sallle Clicquot second , Road Warmer third. CHICAGO , 111. . May 23 Simmons vv is th Military favorite to win at Ingalls ] > ark jesteid.iy. Results : First race , thrpo-qunrters of a mile- Fore seen won , Plorc-.inne second. The Rook third. Time : 1:1GV4 Second race , tlMX'B and one-half furlonsjs The 1'rofpssor won. Klslo Ilramble second , JIIss Hey third. Time0:1 : IVfc. Third race , three-quarters of a mile- Simmons won TJncas second , Joe Manclnl third. Time : 1:14V4 : Fourth race , one mile nnd onc-elphtn Montii FOIISP. vvon , JIarrj' Shannon second , IJen Waddcll third Tlinp15IJV4. . Fifth race , peven-elghth of n mllpNevvtf Gntherpr won. Jercey IMA second , The Plutocrat tJilrd. Tlmo : 1 2S LOUISVILLi : Ky. May 21 With a fast track , good fields and n crowd of .somo CflOO people attracted by the Kentucky Oaks , yesterday nicliiK1 at Churchill Downs wus Improvement over that of Friday. The Kentucky OaUn proved compiratlvcly easy for White Frost. Taluc.i , who opened nt 3 to 1 , was soon backed down and wpnt to the post nt 9 to 5 , It being Mbe heaviest Place of the dav Hut White Frost vvnfl never really In trouble , Showing the. way from the fall of the ( lap to the wire , she won rather handily by a length. Hums urR- Inir her n llttln at the llnlsh Results- First rncetnfo'1ir' and onp-hiilf furlongs : Hlp.inor Holtn 1'won , Tubrultim second , Mlllxtream third , ! Time. 0 rSV. Second rae-viiroiif mile : Onllnana won. Salsetta secoud.1.1 Troplco third Tlmo 1'141' Third race"dlio1 mile , GentlPinen'H cup1 White Oak won. Pares sncond , Domingo third. Time' 'H4CVj. rnurtli racsf mU/f / and a length. Kentucky Oaks WhltQ rrp , ? ' .won. Roslnanto sec ond. Toluca third "Tlmn149 Fifth i ace , HixifurlniiKs : J. A. Grey won , Mnznrlnti secoiul. , Trolley third. Time 1,14. Sixth race , 'four' furlontcsAlothcn won , Locust Hlossoni wl-ond , Nancy third. Tlmo' 0-49 ' NCW YORK fMay 23 Olio of the most Intel rating fi-aUim * of Saturday's sporta at Morris Park wrf-tthe trlnl of Requital , who was sent our'a * mllft and nn eighth and was watched cllr fully by the largo crowd which had JnWn notlfl l of the ovent. He ran like n true nua > ? horse , roverlnu the dls- tunco hold licdK ) | Orlllln The fractional tlmts wpro.rift.J ? , ! < J.a' . 0 as ? , , 0no1.01 % , 1:1714. 1 3 < % INfiT. 1S914. II ? wus pulled up In the last quarw Results. First race. Hewn furlongs , spiling St Bartholomew won , Petcrel second , Collat eral third Tlmiy. 1.29. Second nice , llvo furlongs- George Kecnc won , Great Bcnll second , Previous third Time : O.S . Third race , mlle nnd one-eighth : Dutch Sk-itcr won. Lake Shore second , Volley third Time1,57 Fourth race , Indies' stakes , ono mile : Di vide won , Lady Mltuhell second , Mlnnlti Alphonsu third. Tlmn : 1H : Fifth race. Claremont high-weight hnnd | . rap HX ! and a half ( urlongd Premier won , Gotham bccond. llrandyvvlne third Time 1SI Sixth race. International steeplechase , about three miles Mursthlen won , Bar- ontss second , Dei-apod third. Time. C:07 : Dem T "Iron Mini" the Winner. CHEYENNE. May 23. ( Bpsclal Telegram ) A thirty-one round prlza light was pulled off today nt n point twelve miles south rf Cheyenne , across the Colorado line Th principals wcru Fred llota , the "Iron man" of I ) , nver , and Jack T > nv \ * . HIP Tort Uua sell soldier , both llRhtwolRhls Tlio llght- ors were evenly matched nnd well selonced Rots fouled his opponent repeatedly , and at tie end of the thirty tlrst round Davis' bick ers refused to continue the contest , which was then awarded to Ross , with n $100 purse and the lightweight championship ofVjo - mlng ci.osi : or TIIIJ uNSJ CITY SHOOT. ( iollllcli Wliii the Missouri State WlitK Sliol CliiinililoiiNlilp. KANSAS CITV , May 21-Tho hootlm ? tournnment under the nu plcos f the Mis fcurl State fish nnd Onmn Protrctlvo nsso- tlatlon cnmn to nn oiid yesterday A fea ture of the day -win Iho contest for the Mis souri Htnlo wing shot championship , which was won bv Chris Gottlieb of Kansis ru\ with a clean score of twenty-live lilrdH Of the thlrlslx other contestants Gottlieb was close pressed by Herman , MtCurdy. \Vlltnot nnd Means , who Killed cut-four blrtls cnch . , In a llfteen-blrd rapp for two silver pups offered bv IOP.I ! Jewelers , Gilbert. Whll- worth , Glover , Running , McMurchv and Helkcs tied with clean Hcort-s. Running and MoMurchy ench .killed llftecn stralKht with one lurrpl On tlie shoot.off by the six men tied foi llrst place H McMurchj of Svr ; cuso. N Y , won the nrstt prize , nijnln kill- ng tlftcpn Rtinlght U was agreed that the Inn marksmen who had tied for "epond place , with fourteen birds paph. should shoot off for the second cup , which w.is won bv FrinU Parmeleo of Omaha , who killed eighteen birdatralght The other prbe winners were : Twentv targets- Gilbert , twenty ; Rogers Budd. Glover. Sergeant. Elliott , Llndcnnnn , nineteen each Twenty targets- Gilbert , Glover , Helkrs J. A R. Elliott , Llndcrman , twenty each. Twenty Uirgots. D Elliott , twenty ; Me- Illmni'V. JAR Klllott. nineteen cnch Twenty tnrsctH Gottlieb , l.lndernian. twenty c/ich. Gilbert. J A. R Elliott Jack son , Running , Sexton , nineteen each Twenty targets McMurcby , Gilbert , Budd , Helkcs , J A R. Elliott , nineteen p\eh. Twenty targets MuMurpby. Budd , Gott lieb , Glover , J A R. Elliott , twenty each Twenty tanetsGilbert , Gottlieb , Cornell , Iiindnrninn , twenty each Twenty target"Hngerman , Whllworth , Running , twenty each FICIIT1CII KXXMCEll , lnlt mi tin.TiMt 'flay ' < > Ht EiUvaril Viuuclm llln llf < - . NEW YORK , May 23. In the glove contest la-st nlglit In whloh Casper Leon of this city defeated IMnnrcl Vaughn of Trenton. N J , Vaughn was struck on the Jaw and knocked down His head struck the floor and IIP became unconscious and was taken to the Manhattan hospital , where he has not lecovcred consciousness. He sustained a concussion of the brain , possibly a fracture of the skull. Leon , the referee. Jimmy Carroll , J E Kennedy , manager of the National Athletic club , at which the contest was holil , thr time keeper and seconds , were nrron'ed Leon was released on $1,000 ball for exami nation The others also gave ball When Vaughn -vvna knocked in con plout- there was gloat excitement nnd Dr Flncv w is summoned The physlclin found tint VnupJm's henit w.ia scarcely boating Thi. doctor walked over the unconscious man about two hours and then VnliKlin opened his eyes. He did not , however , regain com- pltti- consciousness "He Is sulTorlnB , " tnld HIP physlcl-in "simply from the shock ThenIs no rero Inal bemorrli.iKe , The serious pffect of the blow was due to the fact tint Vaughn was nparly cxh uistcd when stiuck That is a risk every fighter takes. Ho will recover " cover At the "Manhattan hospital , to which place the Injined man was removed , the phy sicians were not so confident , but thought the chinces were In lite favor. i-ur/.n rir.irr CIST o * THE SCHUEV. ! Clnc > < N < > opc DOI-H Not Settle AVln-lher KH/xlimmiMH l < 'iiulcI Corliett. NEW YORK , May 23 The Instantaneous photographic reprwluctlon of the Coibctt- Fllzslinmons light was last night presented for thellrst time at the Academy of Music A largo -white cloth was stretched across the proscenium artb nntt the figures were presented thereon life s.lz& The Academy was crowded to stnndlnR room and those present iw an accurate reproduction of the photographic plates The chief Interest cen tered In the question as to whether Fltz- slmmons fouled Corbett In the last lound while Corbett was down. The presentation on the screen w-is so vibrant and unste.uly , however , that no acciiiate judgment on tlilo point could bo determined , particularly as Fltzslmmons' luck was to tliu camera when he struck the final blow. The general opin ion was that no foul occurred The spec tators , after Corbett was pictured as down , cried out "Wherp was the foul' ' Where was the foul' " This was accompanied by shouts of "There was none There was no foul " The presentation an a whole was wonderfully vivid > cn Worlil'x Itreord. DENVER , May 23 W. W. Hamilton de feated A. L Hachenberger , bi other of O U. Hnchenberger , the "Buttermilk Boy , " In a twenty-five-mile , imp iced race , In one hour , one inlnuto nnd fifty-nine seconds , and nt the Kume time made a new world's record. The nice was from n standing Htait , for which there was no recoid , but the unpaced lecoid for Hying start Is 1.02 37 1-5 , made by A. F. Senn at Louisville In November Ib'H Today's race was for S.7X ) a side. The riders started from oppo site sides of the track and lode In opposite- directions. SiTlmiiier AViiH Axplilvlatnl. STOCKTON , Cal. , May 21 It Is now be lieved that Charles C.ivlll. the noted Aus tralian swimmer , was asphyxiated and not drowned. Cavlll had nn Inverted tub In the water which he used to deceive the public In his exhibitions of rem lining under water several minutes. Tlio water In the Stock ton baths comes from natural gis wells and It Is believed gus h.id accumulated In the tub , causing bis death. Examination shows his lungs free from water KlMer IteffiilN llalil Tvilce. NEW YOKK , Mny 2.1 Tlieie wan a very liberal attendance at the Manhattan Beach bleyule trace Saturday , when bicycle racing was begun for the bc.ison In tha cast. In the professional races Eddie Bald , the Buffalo Hycr , was a pronounced favorite , but he had to be content with fourth hon ors In both the half-mllo handicap and one-mile race The winner of both events was Earl Klt > er of Dayton , O Ma ) or IliiirlMon on a AVIu-el. CHICAGO , May 23. Mayor Carter II. Hnr- lUou , ruling a wheel and cscoited by eight olficers In knlckorbockpr.s , led the iinnu.il Sunday run of Chicago's bicycle clubs to day. The pnrade started from Thli ty-llfth strei-t und Grand boulevard and ended at the loop In G irllold inrk and was pirtlc.1- pated In by 3.0CO cyclists , of whom 150 vvuro of the gentler sex. ' 1)7 Cr - . NEW HAVEN. Conn. , May 21 Captain Uartlett of the Yale- crow announced tonight that thi < following candidates would be givun seats : Bailey Grlswold. Campbell , Grcenwuy , Lnngfoiil , Marsh , MlllH Rlgrrs , Whitney , Allen and Green , coxswain. This rra < tlcally settles the membership of the Yale crew for thlH season DIM III ( Ml ) DefculM DAVID CITY. Neb. . May -Special ) - Duvlil Clly" High school def nted the Ulywses Hlgli school club by a ncnro of 21 tn S Rat- tniies : David City , Judevlne and Disney ; lllypses , Holdcrness and Booth Struck out By .Iiidnvlne , 10 ; by Holdernojs , 0. Umpire. 1C G. Hall. lrii neil. STOCKTON , Cnl . .Alay -Chtirlcs Cavlll , the Auatiallan champion swimmer , who re cently swam round the Kenl rocks at the Cliff boiiHd and acrosH Go'dcn Gate , was drowned lust night while swimming In Jack son's bail hcie He was trying to beat his record of 5 minutes , C seconds under water Snillli'H llnnlil Illclf. BAI/TIMORU , May -Henry Smith of thlh city , wl > o holds the American twenty- four-hour record , rode agalnHt time today to establish a eventy-llvo-nilli > record , the distance * recently recognized by the Century Road club Smith's tlmo today was 4.l7I21 a against ,1 stroni ; wind I.elinnin ( < > , \et an Ill-fi-ree. NE\V HAVEN , Conn. . May 21At n conference - feronco of the Yale and University of WIs- coi.rlu navy managcrH toduy It was < lo- cldtd to Invltii Robert I/chm.in , the Har vard coach , to refureo the contest next Sat urday. ln > Dt-nrly fur ' 1'lit-lr Simon llt < h has reported to the police that wbiUi spending the night * In the home kept by Nell Frazlcr ( it Ninth street nnd Capitol avcniiu. ho was robbed of ? So early vtfctpnlny morning by u womin named Kitty Burke Sun Conn , a New Yor'x traveling man. HMint Friday night In the rooms of Plunk jlenderHO'i it 514 South I'Vmrtcentli Htmci Ho ritportB that while there ho was robbed of 1100 In cash und u check for $25 , on which , however , ho has stopped puymint. En Ilonlf to tiniliiir liaril , Tha remains of Father L. L. Conrady , tate of Ireland , Ore , pissed through the city jcnterdd ) while en route to St Louis ( r burlul The ) were accompanlc-J b ) Father Joseph Northman , South Omaha News . To the officers nnd actlvo members of the Municipal league belongs the credit for clos ing the gambling house * Saturday night , lluslncsfl men generally support the action ot the le.aguo and many expressed the opin ion jraterdny that these haunts of tlit tiger would not again bo open for some time The raid Saturday night was a complete surprise to the gamblers nnd the plnjcre As a rule the play Saturday night Is heavier than nny other tlmo during the week , nnd the night of the raid wes no exception ns fully 200 men were divided up between the three house * While the projectors of Iho raid nblnlncd the object desired , that of clewing the houses and arresting the proprietors , the details were poorlv looked after , nnd that ac counts for the fact that lltllo ot the furniture In thfl houses wna captured However , It li thought that there Is enough evidence against the proprleters to maku n good case In the district court The gamblers arrested Sat urday night were all admitted to ball pend ing a hearing today. Member * o' the Municipal league have been roimlderlng this action for some time In con > nccllon wilt. Impeachment proceedings to IIP commenced ngalnst Mayor Knsor. It Ifl un derstood that the mayor Is to be arrested to day upon a warrant charging him with gambling , members of the league assorting that they have twenty-ono distinct charges of Hi la kind ngnlnst hi ? honor. In speaking about the matter to a teportur ypstcrday the major said that It wna nobodj's huslnrus If ho played cards. It was his own money he- wa.a spending Further , the mayor said that he thought the Municipal leaguers would have a hard time proving that he gambled AH for the proposed Impeachment proceed ings , Major Etifor nald thnt he could not see what charges the league could bring ngaltat him that would warrant his being Impp.iched He said that he did not legallrp gninbllnt ; In tho.city , although peisonnlty ho did not object to one or Uvo hoimci running About a jear ngo the cltj council pnhapil a resolution tnxlng cnch gnmbllng house $50 n month for the privilege ot running , tlilo sum to bo paid In iidvniicc The records show thnt wnoti the re-solution was put to n vote the mayor cnlled President Mullaly to the chair , nnd the rc"olutlon as put b > Mullaly and passed The mnjor announced nt thu time that ho did not propose tn go on icsord n.s being In favor ot licensing Gambling. The license , or tax was but Indlffercntlj collected nt least the city treasurer's books do not bliow that each house paid In Ito $50 each n.ontli. The policy shop hns never paid n cent Into the cltj troasurj , although icso- lutlniifl have been passed by the council di recting the chief of police to collect the money or close the place. The chief IIPVCI carried out the Instructions of the council bcciupo ho was under the orders of the major A number of biuall games In dif ferent parts of the cltj were never called upon to put U ] ) a sum of money each monlh onlv the large houses operating on N street being tnxul Reports have been In circulation for < > onic time to the effect that the gambleis paid Major Ensor money for protection , and It VVBH stories of this kind that started the .Municipal league Investigation. Fvcl The > HHM > Hern .SllKliicil. The effort made recently to raise a com pany In thi ? city for the c\posltlon cnvahj brigade did not me-et with the how ling suc cess anticipated by the Omaha enthuslahtists and the chances are that when the liansmls. s.lssippl Ticopers march foith on pnrade South Omaha will not be represented. Last jcar the membeia of the llvo stock exchange organized what was known as the Stock Yarda Equestrian club with a mem- berthlp nf neailj 100. After perfecting themselves In the dilll the members of the club were Invited to participate In the Ak- Sar-Ben festivities last fnll The club at tracted a great deal of attention and was one ot the ; features of the gieat patadcs Every member of the club was an expert hoiscman and owned the animal he lode. The Idea of forming n brigade of cavalry for escort purposes was first suggested , It Is aild , by member * of the Equestilan club In this city The scheme was considered n geed one and VPS tal.pn up by a number of Influential men in Omaha At the first meet Ing held ueaily all ot the desirable olllces were picked out by Omaha men , the captain of the Equestrian club not even being In vited to attend the meeting. The members ot thp club say thnt thej will not Join the Omnh.a organization for the reason that thej were not Invited to anv of iho meetings until after all the offices had been filled. They feel that they have been slighted by the Omaha men who have the matter In charge , and for this reason the stock jards will not be represented In the TiansmUfil-slppI Troopers. Will Iiii pNtlurnte a .SUIIIN | | < III. A special meeting of the Hoard of Educa tion will be held this evening for the pm- pase of Investigating a case ot expulsion Mrs. O,3on : , who lives In the third ward , has complained to the members of the board that her daughter has been deprived of the privil ege of attending the public bchooU. Tin woman cxplalnb that her daughter la phjsle- ally Incapable of taking part In the gymnas tic exercises Insisted upon by some of the tcachora The child , she says , buffers from St. Vltus dance , and Is therefore unable to comply with the rules In rcfficnce to phys ical culture On till * necouut the girl hnt > been expelled nnd has not been permitted to attend school since last February. At the time the girl was expelled Mrs Olson pro duced a cci tlflcato from a physician stating that the gill was not able to go thiough the exercise. Superintendent Munro was 'will- Ing to reinstate the pupil provided Mrs Olson signed an agreement to obey all the rules of the tchool. As the phj.ilcnl cul ture iiianeiiveni are part ot the school rule : ] Mrs Olson icfuaed to sign the paper and has brought the matter to the attention of the board. onliilncl Complete , The repairs to the piers at tlio cast end ot Iho Q street viaduct were flnlphed ypstcr day , nud the big bridge will bo open to travel OK soon a , ! the work It. accepted by the city , which It will mo-it likely bo today. As boon iis the obstructions are taken drnn the stuut cai company "v.111 bo notified to resume the burvlco on theQ atieet line On account of . the dangcious condition of the piers no cars have been run over the bridge for about two months Earh Iron plor has been filled with thirty tens of the best Portland cement , which , when hard will be 0.1 good s piers of Bolld stonp. Thci work hao all been done under the personal supervision of the tit ) englneei and no defective matulal was used The repalia coat tbo city $ R7 ! " > . Vnollirr I'nlnli-r In .lull. I'reil Schmidt , who Is n painter by trade and whoae homo ' In Omaha , ppcnt Futur- day nlKht and Sunday In the city Jail for be ing drunk nnd disorderly and trying to run the town. Oillcer Krelw mot the prlinnor over on tha Q street -viaduct nnd attempted to place him under arres' Schml'U ' made a hdid fight nnd succeeded In Indicting u few bruises upon the olllcer After unite a struggle , In which It waa necessary for the officer to use hla club , Schmidt was subdued and taken to Jail , vvhrro he was given n chance to rober up and think Iho matter over , > liiKl ( ) " 5 ( inxMlit. The old settlers Intend to have first class celebration on July 4 Jake Klein Ji'ft yesterday for Atlantic and other Io\va points on a visit Thin U the lJt ivcek of school and the pupils art accordingly happy. Teachers' eximlimtlons will commence Juno 1 and coatlnuo three davs The I' i : 0 society will meet with Mro Crrssoy next Saturday afternoon rift-Hx pupils will graduate from the eighth grade Thursday evening of this Mot-k Jack Majer Is to be tried In Justice Ag- new's cnurf today for Keeping a gambling house. A meeting of the Union Vetcian Repub lican club has been called for this evening at Judge Honc'x ulllcf. A llavi'ii for Tramim. Reuben Romlg. a farmer In Lower Mncun- glo tuwnxhlp , about a mlltt and a tmlf from Emaus , Pa. Is a blp-htMrt < d m.iii. who could never tciin a man nuay from his doois who suck * xheltei During the fust t-Uhtcen years his tpadous bain him been iho lodging place of between 15.000 and lt > , - OuO lioboK * , und he liau ntvc-r ) tt had the * sIlRhtest trouble with nnv one who hns pn- 'Jojpd his hospitality His mips and re- qulrempnts nro that when n tourist COIIIPI , to nsk for shplter he mu < > t turn hi all I nmtchps , pipes nnd fmoklng tobacco nt the kitchen door subject to return In the morn ing Many of the sojourners nro furnished with breakfast and In return for the favor renmln for nn hour to do saw Ing nnd split ting wood. During the put lx months hn sheltered about WO In all. Includlnc thrpo or four women , One of bis rvccnt callers actually Inquired for work , nnd after partaking - taking of lircnUfust was directed to git to 1 imus , where he found cmploj incut at fair vvuies. _ Wll.lt M Mini 0UTAH. . Tlio fo-O I'lilior I'roiHinc-s In r.staltllxli. Another movenipiit s'mihr ' to that which "OineMl" Coxry organl/rd several jenrs ngo nud whloli In designed to take an army of unemplojpd men on n long trip ncro s the country. Is bring quietly organised , nnd It Is said that In June will "move. " having Ita starting point In this clt ) , sn > the Chicago Record. It differs from that which win ptodlictlvti of tliu famous "keep oft the gra-s" bj-trrm In that It docs not 1m o the nation's tvipltol as Its objective point , and Is not designed to nsk tlio national gov ernment for aid for any one If the present plans nio rarrlpd out when thu "army" roaches the end of Its destina tion it will at unco go to work na a co-opera- tlvo commonwealth , nnd the leaders will at tempt to provo that the working people can provldn for themselves nut of the ntmndanro of llu > earth without dividing the products ot their hlxir. It 1s said that with the adjournment of the convention of Iho Amerkan Railway union , which will meet In this city early In June , the tlmo will have arrived for the order to ' march " and It Is further mid , that Presi dent ICugcno V Debs and oilier men promi nent In lh railroad organization arc among iho prlmo movers In ( lip stlieme President Dplw Is Bald to have been In the rlt ) last wce'k nnd to have held conferences with a number ot well known men In regard to the proposition to tAt.tullsh the common- vvi'illh Utah Is to bo the haven of lost , and once there every man will be on nn equal footing with his neighbor There will bo no "bo scH , " "rings , " ' clliiues , " city conn- cllfl or state legislatures to do buMneMivlth when public Improvements are needed nnd tiio people decide to make them. The pco- plo will do tlilH themse.ve.s. It Is oald that llguics have been gathered which ehow that ( hero me now 100.000 men nn 1 women out of employment In Chicago. It Is not expected that nuj where near tills number will nuike the tilp to Utah on the llrst call , but It la believed Hint the "army" will mnvc with &uvpral thousand men In Him nnd that It will pick up many more on the wnj to the western country It Is proH | > scd to organize the co operative commonwealth nlong tlip same lines ns these. InM down by the socialists ; the mentis ot pioluctton and distribution are to be the common properly ot the communltj an 1 maj be used by any member thereof H N * ald tlmt bruldes the skilled mecluiiilci In thla and other cities who me out of em ployment there arc hundreds of railroad nun who hnve never been able to secure PIU- ployment since the big strike of the Amer ican Hallnnv unlnn , nnd that these would bp only too glnd of anv oppoitunlty to again get to work at almost anj thing. Whether the proposition will ho submitted to the convention of the nillroid otginl/a- tion has not as jet been derided upon , but It Is said that It Is more than llkelj It will be. It Is said to be the Intention of Mr lchn and his followers to gather Into the otate of Utah such a number of socialists that they will be able to outvote the belleveis In the old regime When they have facciired control of the legislature the co-operative common wealth will be legally established A1IOUT SHOES. Taking ; Care of Tin-in mill Uie Proper Time ( o liny Biijcrs should never go In the early morning to buy boots and shoes , if H li remembered that activltj and standing en large the feet , and nt the liittcr pail of the dajthej are at their maximum sl/c , there would not be co manj complaints of shorn being tight , which nt the time of fitting sspmed perfectly comfortable Shoes , llko glove.weai longer nnd bottci If kept for some time befoie tialng ; and It Is wise to keep several pahs for n few weeks before wealing tho-ii , and several pairs to alternate with Never wear n shoe too small 01 that Iocs not fit when jou flist put it on , for misery more complete than n shoo that pinches docs not exist. A bhoe should bo every now and then with a wet rag and oiled overnight. In this case a fresh ap- pllcatlon of blacking restores the brilliancy of the leather. A wet shoe must never bo placed too near the fire , for It will become- turd and stiff. The way to tavo a rhoe that Is wet fiom an early grave Is to wipe It off nnd then apply an oil or cream by means if a pleco of Eoft flannel or cloth. Wear old shoes In bad weather. Rubbers nlwajn spoil a new shoe Patent leathers should never be handled until warmed , and they can bs made smooth and bright by cream rubbed In by a cloth , or by the palm of the hand , which Is better. If chocs are washed once a month with wurm water und rubbel with oil , they will bo soft and Imporvlous to water. Ilicso who suffer fiom celling feet should cccanlonally sponge the Inside nt their shoes with a moderately sttong solutli n of ammonia Th shoes muH be peifectly diy before they ore put on The way to elean kid boots , which will not bear black ing , Is to roll a stilp of flannel four Inrlrs wide and a good jnrd long Into a wnd and sew It tightly Dip It Into a saucer filled with a few dropj of olive oil and good black Ink. Dab the phoo all over , anil taking a fresh flannel , rub the ahoa until It Is dry. By this means the painful approach of pur ple and the dreaded white cracks will b dclujed A fine polish nnd ono ( hat will make the leather last longer ttun tin oidl- nary iblacklng do-a , will bo obtained If thn following mixture Is mid Two oun s of Ivory blaclt , three ounces of molasses nn 1 ouo pint of vinegar Mix them together , and having nlso stirred five druclnni ot fiperm oil nnd fix dr.nhiiis of oil nf vltilnl , work all the Ingiidicnts together Tan shoe'j should IIB wiuhnd once a wick with , addle HUP before applying pUUdi which can be made by mixing ono onncu of inn rlatlo acid , half ounce iif alum , half ounce of , , um uialilo and half ounce of Hjillit of lav ender Into ono half pint of our milk Apply with u fljnnel and polish with u pictt of fiesh llanntl _ llcllci'lloiiN of a.lliiflii-lor. Now Yoik Preps When povtrly comes In at thn skylight love gets Into the cjelono cellar. Some int'ii won't bo happy In heaven be- c.siiso limy couldn't tuiluti tlit-Ir plan on Wlit'ii a man Is angry , be keeps his 'ins ' logt'lht-r when a woman H angiy , HUO shown her teeth. The average woman Idea of wifely uffee- lion Is to hiivn a certain houi In tnu d iy when Khi ) thinks of her husbmd Heaven H a plan ) where n man vylll il w lys bo Jiirft a i hungry when he lif.lnu 1 Is dessert JH ho was wht n he flnlHric il bin hoiili The f.ut Uiat a man tilwiijw dns'ts In black and nc-vt-r bu > s loud tlci In no jiroof ' blue tni'ei- that lie doesn't wear baby clothea and yellow garters Say "No , " and stlik to H , when yen ars to buy something "Just us good" as I'd jfn\e \ you asked for. A VulKiir C'nli iilatlun. WnshinBton Star : "I am convinced , " i-ald the broitl-rnlndt-d ninn , "that a I'nlted HlntPH HI nator'.s Hilaiy Is , i-omparativc-ly tipinklne n IK Kent Iy plltiuirc" "fh , I ilon't know , ' leplled Hcnator Sorg hum "It ilipendH on btjsv ni > linndli i It \ ytHi's i-aliuy Isn't much If ) iu iittt-mptH tc live on it Hut It makes a very rcnpot"ul > l margin In a BUK.II- deal " > PSHosophy. Of inuking many pills there is no cuel. Every pill-maker saya : "Try jny pill , " as if hu were ottering you hon bonsl Thu wise man fiucls a good pill and sticks to it , Also , thuvise man who hu3 once tried them never forsakes Jyar's ' GatharOc Pills , ,