The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19??, May 13, 1904, Image 1
Ii i I \ k - > TORPEDO BOAT DESTROYED REMOVING - MOVING MINES. WORKING NORTH OF PORT DALNY SEVEN MEN WERE KILLED AND SEVEN WOUNDED. TORPEDO BOAT IS BLOWN UP Russians Deny Report That a Fight Has Taken Place In Wefung Tien , With Russian Loss No Confirma tion of the Story Obtainable. Toklo , May 13 , 4 p. m. The Japan ese torpedo boat No. 48 was de stroyed while removing mines from Kerr bay , north of Port Dalny , yester day. Seven men were killed and sev en wounded. This Is the first warship the Japanese have lost during the pre sent war In the far eastern watrs. WAR MOVEMENT UNCERTAIN. Russians , However , Expect Fighting Within Fortnight. St. Petersburg , May in , 2:15 : p in. Much uncertainty exists ns to ex actly what Is occurring at the theater of war. KnropatUin's plans are most carefully nuaitled. It Is believed ho is conconti ating tioops near Line Yang. The general Impression , however - over , Is that fighting will occur with in a fortnight Advices indicate that the Japanese aio pushing the cam paign In southem Manchuria. U. S. CRUISERS MOVE. New Orleans and Raleigh are Keep ing Eyes Out. Shanghai , May 13 , C p. m The United States cruiser New Orleans has left here for Chefoo. The Chi nese in the vicinity of New Chwang nre restless. The United States crui ser Raleigh will leave Shanghai to morrow for Chinldang , where an at tempt of the Chinese government to establish a public market has resulted In rioting recently. DENY BATTLE. Russians Say There Was no Battle at Wefung Tien. New Chwang , May 13. Noon The Russians deny the report circulated In London that a fight has occurred near Wefung Tien in which the Rus sians were defeated with great loss. No confirmation of the minor is ob tainable from other souices. SECOND ARMY SAILS. Japanese , 70,000 Strong , Leave for Chemulpo. Seoul , May 0 ( Delayed in trans mission ) The second Japanese army , numbering 70,000 troops , left Chcnuil po on eighty-three transports on May 4. Every precaution was- taken to prevent the news of their departure from leaking out SQUADRON BOTTLED UP. Japanese Squadron is Watching Har bor at Vladivostok. Seoul , May 9. ( Delayed in trans mission ) The Russian squadron at Vladivostok is practically bottled up by the Japanese fleet. The Japanese scouting vessels are watching the harbor. STRIKING MACHINISTS' ' MOTION Their Attorneys File Motion With Court to Have the Restraining Order Dissolved. Topeka , Kan. , May 13. The attorneys noys for the striking Santa Fe rail way machinists today filed a motion In the district court to have the re straining order against the strikers dissolved. The hearing was set for Monday. There is no change in the Btrlko situation today. Train at Albion. Albion , Nob. , May 13. Special to The News : At 9:20 : yesterday morn Ing the special train of the Lincoln Commercial club reached Albion am a nice reception was tendered the business men from Lincoln by the local dealers The Albion Concert band played while the train was com ing Into the station and after that the city major , F. J. Muck , delivered a short address of welcome. To this the Lincoln men called or one of their number to reply whlcl ho did with all the grace and friend ship possible. Then they took in th tpwn and visited the respective busl ness houses. After about half ar hour's visit In town their train wills tied and from all parts of the city th crowd once more gathered at the de pot to give the visitors the glad hand for farewell. KELLY COHFESSESJO ROBBERY Man Accused of Murder at Humphrey Admits That He Stole Goods nt Chnpmnn. Grand Island , Neb , Mnv inKel - lev the man who Is ontillnol In the jail at Columbus for the murder of n man at Humphrey , has confessed to the lobbory of a atoto at Chapman about two months ago Word was sent to Chapman , and some of the goods woio localod tit u pawnshop In this city. The goods stolen woio twenty-nine pairs of shoos and se\oi.il bolts of dress goods The shoos wore found lioro and a ftuinor a ftndivs ago , while plowing In a Hold , unoat tiled n pot lion of the dioss goods BELIEVED THE NEW YORKER WILL BE CHAIRMAN. MANAGE REPUBLICAN AFFAIRS. Those at Washington Who Are In Close Touch With the Situation , Believe That Cornelias N. Bliss Will be Selected to Lead. Washington , D C , May 13 It is now believed by those \\lio are in close touch with the situation that Coinollas N. Hllss of Now Yoik will ho selected chahman of the. repub lican national committee , to succeed the late Senator Marcus A. 1 lamia. New York Dentists. Albany , N. Y , May 13 The Dental ocloty of the state of New Yoik bean - ; an Its thlity-slxth annual meeting to- lay at the Ton Lyck hoi el. . Though ho society Is a state organisation the initiclpants in the piosont mooting iicludo members of the dental finter ilty fioin many states and also sev- ral from Get many and oilier coun ties of Em ope The t\\o da > s' program - gram provides for clinics and for pa- ; ) ets nnd discussions on many sub- octs of intetest and impoitnnce to he piofossion SOUTHERN BAPTISTS MEETING Largest Delegated Religious Body in The World , Begins Sessions South. Nashville , Tenn. , May 13 The Souther * Unptist convention , -he larg est delegated religious body in the .vorld , began Its annual session In the Tabotnacle In this city today with ex- overnor James P Eagle of Arkan sas presiding. The delegates number icveral thousand and come from all mrts of the south. Today was devot ed largely to the formalities atten dant upon the opening The sessions will continue for about ton days and will he de\oted to a consideration of the chuich work In all its blanches The topoits of the Foreign Mission ) onrd , the Homo Mission hoard , the Sunday School and Mlble hoard and the Publication boatd bhovv largely in- ct eased woik among southern Map- lists for the past > car Bridge Valuation. Dakota City , Neb , May 13. At the meeting of the board of county com- mlfcsionets an agreement was reached between the Sioux City Bridge com- panj on one side and Dakota county and school district No. 11 ( South Sioux. City ) , on the other , whereby the assessed \alitatlon of the Nebras ka end of the Sioux City bridge was fl\cd at $00,000 for the year 1903 and [ the same amount Is to be continued 1 as the assessed valuation. As a re sult of this agreement the bridge company Is to dismiss the case now pending in the supreme court where' in they refuse to pay the 1903 taxes and the company Is to make prompt and full payment of their taxes here after on the fixed assessment of $ CO- , 000. Dakota county and the South Sioux City school district have al ways been in a mlxup with the bridge company over their taxes and the set tlement seems to be an amicable ad' justment of the matter and satlsfac' tory to all concerned. The bridge has been assessed at different times , rang' Ing from $00,000 to $95,000. IS CLOSELY GUARDED. Helen Gould Dislikes Camera Fiends and Persons With Schemes. St. Ivouis , May 13 During her stay In St Louis Miss Helen Gould has been almost as closely guarded as the czar of Russia. It is not that Miss Gould Is afraid of bombs , but because she wants to avoid the snapshot fiend and persons with schemes that need financing. Miss Gould , who Is here to attend the meetings of the board of lady managers , goes to and from the world's fair In a closed automobile She is never alone , when she rides or walks She sees few callers nt her hotel nnd dines in a private dining room with traveling companions. It her strolls she is accompanied by an escort who Is employed to protect her from interference. Miss Gould enjoys life , neverthe less , and she likes to do BOIIIO snaj shooting herself. She has photo graphed some Interesting points about the world's fair grounds. PRESIDENT TODAY SIGNED PROC LAMATION FOR IT. OPEN AT 9 O'CLOCK IN MORNING DECISION REACHED IN CONFER ENCE AT WASHINGTON. LAST OFFICIAL STEP IS TAKEN Drawing Begins at Chamberlain on July 28 Boncstccl , Fairfax , Yank- ton and Chnmbeilain Have Registry Offices Land Office Boncstccl. Washington , D C. , May 13. Presi dent Roosevelt today signed a proc tarnation opening the Rosebud Indian resetvation In South Dakota , to set tlement. The icservatlon will be opened August 8 at 9 o'clock in the morning. Washington , D C. , May 13. The lands in the Rosebud lOHorvntlon will be selected by lot and a drawing will be established for that put pose KOI the purpose of gontor convenience to . 'titrjmoii the land olllco will be loin lurnriiy removed from Chamberlain In lonestool The entiy nt MunoBteol ivill continue fiom August S milII September 10 and tiftoiwnrii It will : ie continued nt Chamberlnln. Opportunities fet toglKtrat'on ' will1' ) o affoidod at Cluimboilain Honestool , Ynnlvton and Fairfax and the rogK t til Ion will begin July 5 next , closing July 21 ! , the illiwIng lo lake place at linniboilaln July 28 undoi the super- \lslon ol a committee of Unco. The unifoim pi ice of the lands dm- ng the flint tinee months of the open- ng will 1)0 ) $1 an ncie and the choice if selections will be regulated by the I raw Ing O\or 100,00(1 ( ncios of land arc In cluded , anil some of it is very foitlle. Fire at Newman Grove. Now man Grove , Neb , May 13 Fire lostrojod the homo of A\ol Nelson , chief of the Newman Gm\o file do- mitmcnt. about 1:30 : o'clock Mr and Mis Nelson batoly rescued their six mall childton and hud no time to bti\e any clothing or ritinltuio The house was Insured for $ .100 No in- -.iii.inoo on the fuinitiito BE TRIED FOR SGHAFER MURDER James McDonald , Whose Crime At tracted Country-Wide Attention. is Slated. r.looinington , Ind , May 13 The dial of James McDonald for the mur der of Miss Satah Schafer , teacher of Latin at Hodfotd , whoso murder last L winter attracted the attention of the entiio country , is set down on the court calendar for next Monday. Hotli sides indicate that they will bo ready at that time. Eminent coun sel will be employed on both sides McDonald is still in jail in this city , and for the last two months has had little or nothing to say regarding the crime He will endeavor to prove an alibi HONORS FOR ADMIRAL DEWEY To Be Elected Governor General of Founders and Patriots of America. Now York , May 13 Admiral Dewey - ey is to he elected governor general of the Order of the Founders and Pa triots of America at a meeting to night at the Waldorf-Astoria The I meeting will be followed by a ban quet at which Robert II. Roosevelt will preside and Admiral Dcwey will bo the guest of honor Other guests ' and speakers will Include Walter S. Logan , who will speak on "Tho Spread of Anglo Saxon Influence ; " General Daniel E. Sickles , who will speak on "The Panama Canal , " and Sir Chen tung Liang Cheng , the Chinese min ister , who will speak on "Oriental Development. " ALLEN MAY RETIRE. Commissioner of Patents Resents In terference of President. Washington , May 13 There is a possibility that Frederick I. Allen , commissioner of patents , will retire because of interference with his of ficial duties by President Roosevelt. The president Is dissatisfied with the methods pursued by Mr. Allen nnd some of his subordinates , and Mr. Al len tescnts being overruled by the president The ttoublo arose over the appllcn tlon of Thomas A Edison , the Invent ot , for a patent on a device to bo used In connection with his storage battery The president ordered a re hearing on a complaint by Edison which Allen bad refused. CANADIAN EDITORS TO ST , LOUIS P.Mty Numbering 150 Started I for World's Pair Pnrllnmcnt of I Newspaper People. 1 Quebec , < jm , Mil ) 1H The prov ince of Quebec Pii'KH tiMHiu'tnllon left ihr city todnj fur the St LnnlM expo sit ion The pnrt.v , numbering ! . ' > < > , KOOS by wnj of Toronto on n Hpcclnl iriilu which OOUVCMH Ilio Canadian Press iiNKdcliitlon The niomhciH of both iiHHoclatlotiM together with n nuiuboi' of oilier JournnllnlH I'min vn Helm put to of ( ho IKimliilon , will Inke purl in the world's press coiiuroHft to 1)0 held In the world's fair city next week. The onh Hlnp oinoutc to SI LonlH will lie at SpiInrJlelil , III , \\hoio the Canadians will visit the tomb of Lincoln EXECUTIONTF"wiLUAfn"RUDOLPH One of Two Young Bandits Who Killed Detective Schumacher After a Raid St Louis , , Mnv 1 ! The oocutlon nf William Hiulolph , one of the Iwo voting himdlls who Killed Detective Schumacher afiei a tald on the liiinK at I'niiin , Mn takes place nl Union tiiilny. Rudolph's patlner In cilmo , ( ieorgo CdllliiHIIH hanged nt Union two months ago After Hie imirdoi of the dotoelho Rudolph and ColIliiH lied lo Connecticut whoio they wore cnpluicd Hovonil mouths lulor audio turned to thin cli > While awaiting dial Rudolph made a daring escape fmm the SI Louis jail and wan not heard of for nearly six monllin Then lie was local ml In the Kansas pent- lentlaiy vvlieic ho had been soul for bank jobbery JIo was loluinod to | I niou fni trial and wan convicted and given Ilio dentil sentence on the same dav that Collins was hanged At IIH ! own leanest Rudolph will bo hurled in the Catholic cemolery nl Union by the ' sldo of Collins Ncary vs. Yanger , Milwaukee , Wis , May I.J Chnrllo Neuy ol lhln cltv nnd llonii ) Vnngor if Chicago will light liefoio the lladg- r Athletic club tonight lor ( lie Inrg- st pinHC evei dfleied by the dull 'diiHidoinblo ilxnliv exists between bo.se two lighters and a big omwd , Deluding a laige delegation of Chi- ago | HII till ) . ; men , is expected to lie in hand to see them battle FRATERNIZE IN WAR. University Orcanlzctions are Hiving Trouble Together. Lincoln , May 13 Things are tioub- Ions in pan-liellonlc olicios at the inlvoiHlty Last night n mooting of the congioss composed of different latoinltios of the school wan held and some surprise was caused by the ro celpt of the withdrawal of the I'lil lamina Dolln nignni/atlnn No topic sontntivos of this liatornlty appealed when the roll was called and later a jussive calling off lolations wns pic souted / Wlillo it is difficult for an outsider who dnoH not KUDU the gilp and the Ign of dlstiess to got at the bottom of any univoisltj setup and much inoio so a finteinlty dllllciilty , it is said that the soveimg of lolations fol lows natuinlly the action of the con at the last mooting in setting aside a liberal nproprlntlon for the' ' purchase of boor at the coming pan liellenlc barbecue At tills mooting , tin oo Iratoinltios voted against ( lie proposition Delta Upsllon , Phi Delta Tliotn and Phi Gamma Delta The proposition to hold a barbecue car ried , however , with the plan to Imvo n liberal supplj of the foamy This was done with the memory of the barbecue of a year ago still fresh III university circles , and It caused com ment. Whether the members of the Phi Gamma Doltn have nny other reason for withdrawing docs not appear. At the pan-hollonlc barbecue held at Cushman park , near the close of the school year In 1902 , a largo quan tity of boor In kegs was on hand Some of the participating students come to town "sans cullotto" and other portions of their clothing , while still others had beautiful black eyes Had the end of the school year not been so close , It Is likely that an offl clal investigation would have been started. This year the decision to hold the barbecue had been reached but the date Is still a mystery. Tickets for the event do not boar any date a only those who have patted the goat and know what particular hair of his long grey beard to pull will know when the train starts for the grounds Friends of the barbecue assoclatior assert that a statement like the above Is stretching things and that the or gnni/ation Is purely for the pur post of enjoying a few happy hours In the wlldvvood where the honey bees III among the rod clover blossoms. Las vonr some of the persons who were present at the festivity admitted under dor their signatures that a few- reckless loss alumni members brought boor ti the grounds but they said as soon a they found It out they took It ami dumped It Into the creek. It Is said that If beer Is taken on this year U will bo consumed In a | perfectly orderly manner and thnt tlv use of tin cups as billies will b barred by the rulee SlliLIGH JUDGE IS NOMINATED UY COUNTY CONVENTION. GOES TO STATE LEGISLATURE ntclopc County Rrpubllcnnn Gnt To- iiuther Ycntcitliiy and Named Their DulctjntcR to State nnd Conyter.nlon- nl Convention Hnimony. NollHli. Noli , Mav I'l Special In 'he Novvfi lOverv tiling WIIH IKU uinv In Ilio Antelope connlv icpuli can convention which mel vestet nv N D JnoliNon WIIH nominated ii' icprcscutatlvc and ( .tinge Mnvd f Onkdnle for counh nttiiinev Delegates Id Hie slate convention IMC mimed IIH IdlldWH ( ! eoie ; F lovil , ( leiugo Sweet , N I ) .InckHoil , W I'm It , M C MloHHloi , M Me 'aim V. II KnollH , W II Aver > , A 1'ioHt , .1 T Fliilohor , ( ! Summon , ) r riolchoi , GOOIKO M Hevnidlll1 , du-e M Cllffe ( 'ongioHHliinnl dolonnloH1 W T A'nllles , J ! ' llovd , II Torplu N D ackHoii , J I Mill/richer , L Tliomp m , J SlidI ) , M A DcCnnip George Viupland , Mr l.erln'l , C1 M. .lohimon , Cd .liinen , William lle.vl 'I'liero wim n dlKpimllldii lo put off oinliialliig a u < piesenlalivo and conn- v alloiney nnlll full but thh WIIHoL - 1 down Judge Jackson ill . ( - ' to- ii'-e the nominal Ion , ll/of. / ' ' ' > " * / , "Ul. LOVE FEAST FOR ROOSEv " / Endorse Him and Wobctcr nnd Choono Drcdo ns Dcleunto , lliiHtclngs. Neb , May 13At tlm oiivenlldU bete vesl ( < idny , ( ho noml- intidii of ( 'onuiesHinaii Noriln having KM n announced In HIOHO dlspnlchcH , love f ( > llH ( developed for Hooso- ell nnd Wehslei Adam lliodc of laHiiiiKH nnd Alexander Cninpbell of ilcCddk were clecteil delegates Id Ilio iiillonnl convenllon Ctimlmj Has Two Delegations. West I'dlnt , Neli , May ITho I ! lo nibllcan ( dimly convenllon met at ho coint house lieie and nigiiiil/.ed by he selection of F M. West IIH chair- nail and J II Llndnlo IIH Hcciclary iflcr which the digaiil/atlon was made lerinnncnt William MatthloHon , It O Willis and A It Olesdii were i'ied as coiiimltloj' CM cr dontiln ! : iml repdited the seating of delegates nun six townships , West Point , Flrut ward , Thlid wind , Illnlne , Wlsner , loonier and Sherman Tin1 following were elected as delegates Congressional : I' . C' . nvnns , P J luck , O C AndeiHdn , Clins Korli , ! eo Noller , Clins Wind , C'lins II Sans , Julius KiioHtor , Fred Meyer , iusl Matthlos , Harry .Inriott , F W aiedko StnteS Lrinl , F J Muck , Hd iluiKo , Goo Itnnsdin , C W Woborg , W II Mutter Hold , It O Willis , A. C I'urilngton , F Sonnon.sclioln , H. F. [ \lrike , G L Nelbiirg , Clins Andcisdii Tlie action of this convenllon will loMilt In this county Bonding twodol- gatlons to both cdiivontldiis A mo Ion was passed forbidding the con- inil cdininlttee from making any more " ippointments in the future liefoio Lhe con\ontlon the county central committee mot and apiKilnted dele gates , but the convention refused to necept the action of the committee nnd the bocond delegation resulted. NEBRASKA-IOWA TENNISTOURNEY First Match Being Pulled off Between Two Universities at Iowa City. lown City , May 13 The tennis experts - ports of the University of Nebraska and the State University of Iowa lined up on the courts hero today to contcHt for the championship This is the first time that those two uni versities have clashed in the game and the result of the contest Is awaltr ed with considerable Interest , Charles Mnthewson of Norfolk , Neb , IH one of the players Chancellor Andrews' Son Found. David City , Neb , May 13. Guy A. Andrews , an attorney of Lincoln , and son of Chancellor Andrews of the University of Nebraska , was taken Into custody hero this morning by Sheriff West Ho has been missing from Lincoln for some three weeks A complaint has been filed by his fa ther , alleging that his son , Guy , Is troubled with Insane delusions. Guy Andrews Is a graduate of the univer sity law school Ho came down on the M. & M. from Columbus this rnorrv Ing The sheriff of Lancaster county will bo up this evening to take him back U ) Lincoln United Commercial Travelers. Coislcnnn , Texas , May 13. The Toxns division of the United Cornmor clnl Trnvolors convened In nnnunl session In Corslcnnn todny nnd the meeting will continue until Sunday. Several hundred delegates nnd vlblt- ors nro In nttondnnco from various parts of the state The orgnnl/ntlon In Texas Is in n nourishing condition , as regards both membership and finances 11bo nances , according to the reports of the sororal officers. THE CONDITION OF THE WEATHER Telnpor.ituro for Twenty Tour Hour * nt 8 O'clock tills Mori'lnu- Torccant lor NcbraBka. of Ilio Wiiilbcr tin recorded - corded for the 21 hoilia ondlii ) ; ut II n m today. Maximum / (10 ( Minimum ! H Aveinne O Tola I picclpllallun for month. . . 2 3.1 llatomelei 20 HG ( 'hlciino , Mnv I I The bullntln In- micd by Ilio Chicago iitallon Of Ilia United Ktaleii weather bureau ( hit nidiiilni ; , ilvoM ; the foiecnut for NA- ImmKn IIH follow N Pali ( luiU-lii and Saiunlav Warm- el Saliudiis and \ \ < M | poll Ion tonlghL CANNON , GATCS AND TWO OTH ERS NAMED. nirr TOR VICE PRESIDENT The Convention In "Solid for Itooncvclt , linn Not Yut Reached Nomination on Covernorfiliip Speaker Cannon Mends the List of Men. Hpllnglleld. Ill , Mnv 13- The nv piilillcniiH ill lllliiolH In Iheli Hlntc con- veiilldti lodnj nnineii Konalor Ciilloin. Alliert 10 llripklns , Sponkor Cannon and tidveiiinr ValcH IIH delognton lo national convention nnd Inntiuot.- / / t > io vole fur lidimovoll for ptoi ) . ' 7.9 ngtosHiiinn Hilt for vico- eft , . ' /.V 307th Anniversary Observed. WiiHliliiKtdn , D C , May 13 llopre- HenlailM'H of pnltldllc mid hlHtorlcnl Nucleiles of Washington , Richmond , Halllmore and oilier plncoH gnllierod Iddnv nl Ho\vnlln Point and pnrllut- paled In oxr'ielHOH held In celnlirntlon of Hie I lit oo bundled and nlnnty-nov- enlli annlviTKaiy of the llrst landing of the ICngllidi nt JiiiuoHtdwii. Thu dlmeivnnco today WIIH In the nature of ( a piollinlimry Id the colobintlon of the lor contemn ) of the founding of Jamestown , which It to tnko the form ol' n gionl ovpoBltlon to bo bold In I'.107 Crack Safe and Get $70. llnrr , Neb , May 13 Hurglam nrncked the safe in the oonornl Htoro | if Mllui Mnrstler nnd miido nwny with iMiut $70 A colored man who wan n Ilaistlei'H Rtoro n dny or two bo ot o , is Hiispected It Is learned this iioiiilng that this same man loft cbis- Is at Douglas Hint were from Mar- filler's store The sheilff Is on the rail WILL GROW SEEDLESS APPLES Corporation Will Produce New Sort of Fruit nt Grand Junction , Colorado. Salt Lake C'Hy , May 13- The Utnh SoodlesH Apple Co hns be-on Ineorpo- intod to gniw the woodless npplo pro- luced by John F Spencer of fiinnd lunctlon , Cole The company baa eased a large tract of ground near I'rovo City , In which r.0,000 seedling ipplo trees will bo sot out In the full those tioos will bo budded with tiuda if the seedless apple from Mr Spoil- er's orchard In ( iinnd Junction. BIG WHISKY TRADE. Chicago Drug Stores Profit by Clos ing of Saloons at Midnight. Chicago , May 13 Llont McCarthy of the I > akovlo'v police station , says thnt the most Insistent complaints ot disorder in his district come from husbands who nay thnt their wlveii have found n new and easy way to get drunk Since the enforcement of the 1 o'clock closing law for saloons , moro than 500 apothecary shops have de cided to keep op n all night , and It IB charged thnt the drug stores ulnco thnt date have become centers of In- obrlty. In Bvanston , Lakovlow , In Hyde Park , and In every center of morality the growth of drunkenness since the 1 o'clock closing law has been on the Increase. All that Is necessary is to send & child to a neighboring drug store an hour after midnight and have the child sny : "Mamma or papa is sick and I want w hlsky " No prescription is asked ; none is needed There Is no question of the purK | > so for which the liquor Is obtained. According to the retail liquor deal ers of Chicago , the question of re stricted sales and of minimising pop ular drunkenness is made ridiculous by the freedom permitted to the drug stores of Chicago McCarthy and Queenan Again. Salt Lnko City , May 13. Perry Queenan and Jerry McCarthy , who have mot in the ring several times , are slated for another bout In this city tonlghL The articles call for a 20-round contest for a $500 sldo hot nnd the entire gnto receipts. Both nppenr in good condition nnd an In teresting fight Is expected to bo the rotwlt.