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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY , JUNE 1 , 1805.
fall IM not yet ascertained , but the soil Is
thoroughly wet to a depth of from ten to
fifteen Inches , and In some places It Is re-
HAUIUSUUHO , Neb. , May .ll.MSpcclal
Telegram. ) The long drouth was broken by
a rain , which lasted all day and most of the
nlsht. Farmers nre more cheerful regarding
tbo crop outlook and stockmen are hnppy
over the prospects of abundance of grass.
HAYES CENTER , Neb. , May 31. ( Spe
cial Telegraph. ) A twclvo hours' rain fell
throughout Hayes county yesterday. The
fall was two Inches. This will save half the
wheat and oats , and made grass , millet and
Bofghum for feed. Much of the corn will
be replanted , nnd , with favorable rains , a
splendid crop can bo raised- .
Jl'NUTA , Neb. , May 31. ( Special. ) A
very heavy rain began la t evening. lasting
through the night , and , after a brief Inter
val , continued until noon today , and bids
fair for more ere It eensei * . The ground Is
thoroughly soaked and the corn prospects
are nattering , with a fair prospect of at
least half of an oats. crop.
DAVID CITY , Neb. , May 31. ( Special Tel
egram. ) Three quarters of an Inch of rain
fell here last night.
WEST POINT. Neb. , May 31. ( Special. )
A copious rain fell last night , allaying the
apprehensions which were felt after the In
tense hot winds and dust storms of Monday
nnd Tuesday , Corn arid small grain al
ready show the revivifying Influence of the.
rain ahd are rapidly recovering their tone.
Water fell continuously all night and the
ground Is thoroughly soaked ,
ported more. In some parts ot the county
this will save tho. small grain nnd there
will bo a general planting and replanting of
corn. Largo quantities of alfalfa , hitherto
withheld awaiting rain , will also be sown.
NORTH I'LATTE , Nsb. , May 31. ( Spe
cial. ) With n view of preparing for a wider
diversification of the agricultural products
of this portion of the state , some farmers
here have obtained a quantity of chicory seed
In ord r to test the soil as to Its adapt
ability to that new but promising vegetable ,
nnd also to post up on Its proper cultivation.
Should the test be satisfactory and the
plant nourish In this valley a chicory factory
at this place may be one of the possibilities
next season. Owing to the numerous showers
of rain , aggregating over two and a half
Inches , -which have b en falling for the past
thirty-six hours , the feeling of distrust among
farmers , occasioned by last year's drouth.
Is being rapidly dispelled. Seldom have any
brighter prospects for heavy crops been seen
In this vicinity than exist today. So gentle
has been the fall of rain that almost the en
tire amount soaked Into the earth where It
fell , and the creeks and canyons show but
trifling waste ,
ST. PAUL , Neb. , May 31. ( Special. )
Another fine rain fell at noon yesterday. Al
together two and a half Inches of rain has
fallen here since Thursday evening at C
o'clock. Farmers claim that small grain will
revive and If weather Is favorable from now
on , make half crop on an average.
. < nntli Dnkntii Torn Holt Wof. *
YANKTON , S. D. , May 31. ( Special Tele
gram. ) One and seven-tenths Inches of rain ,
the heaviest recorded rainfall In two years ,
has fallen over the corn belt In South Da
kota In the last thirty-six hours. This
means the.largest crop of small grain raised
In this section for many years , and the
farmers are generally Jubilant. The storm
of yesterday was general In South Dakota
and Jkl a vast amount of good.
Heavy ICaiim Arnitiul fritnn.
CIIESTON , la. , May Si. ( Special Tele
gram. ) The rain here raised the water In
Summit lake six and one-half Inches. Super
intendent Clarke said that the lake , which
contains one-sixth the amount of water that
the Croton rcservlor at New York holds ,
would have been exhausted In two months.
In recipes calling for two teaspoonsful
of cream of tartar and one of soda use two
teaspoonsful of Dr. Price's Haklng Powder.
Bettor results will follow.
SOUTH OMAHA CITY COUNCIL
Another I'.vcnlne Dnvolcil to the llcnrlnf ; of
Protuat * Agnlimt l.lceimi Applications ,
In special 'ussslon last .evening the city
council considered remonstrances against
the granting ; of liquor licenses to several
Licenses were ordered granted to Charles
Burr , Twenty-third and Hammond streets ;
August nrlckson , 410 North Twenty-fourth
street ; Charles Lelchsonslng , 3121 R street ;
Thomas Rock , . 2501 N streej. ; Hugh Mallett ,
Railroad avenue and Madison street ; Louis
Wlnkler , Twenty-sixth and Q ; Edward Winkler -
ler , 323 Railroad avenue ; James Hannlgan ,
Thirty-second and Q streets.
P. McAndrews' case was called. This pro
test wns filed by Dennett & Tanner. Attor
ney Doud , for the remonstrators , called tha
attention of the council to McAndrews' peti
tion. In this document the name of John
! McKeon was written twice. John Fallen
was called as a witness , but declined to tes
tify. Ho said , that the whole scheme was
bad and rascally ; that ho had left his own
country" because there was so much rascality
there nnd he did not propose to bo forced
to como before the city council and testify
when he did not want to , and especially In
a ease where he had no Interest. After1 de
livering this little speech Fallen walked out
ot the room. The council was rather amused
nt the man's pluck and went Into executive
session to determine what to do about the
matter. It was decided , however , to grant
the license , Notice of appeal was given by
Mr. D6ud. .
Henry Martin's case was called. He ad
mitted having been served with a notice
from The Bee Publishing company , quoting
the law regarding the granting of liquor
licenses. At the time the notice was served
Martin tald that he understood' that The
Doe' was the paper having the largest cir
culation In the Coutlty.Vlinn placed on the
Btund Martin said that he did not know for
sure what paper had the largest circulation
and lie cared less. Furthermore ho did not
care whether ho got a license or not.
John N , Durko's case en mo next. Mr.
Doud tried to prove In this case the same as
in others , .that all of the signers on llurke's
petition were not freeholders , J. N. llurko's
license was ordered granted.
The remonstrance against Henry Martin
wns overruled and the license was ordered
granted. Notice of appeal was given by
Mr. Slini-rnl , nttornoy for The Bee Publish
ing company ,
AltoVney Uoud , for the rcmonstrators , then
cnllod the casa ot Mary Wavrlnkevletz.
Thirty-third and L streets , and proved by
one witness , whoso name was on the peti
tion , that ho did not own any property lit
the Third ward. The council overruled the
reiuonstrnnco and granted the license. No-
tleo df appeal 'was given by Dennett & Tan
Colonel C. M. Hunt was called In the
Frank Crawford case. He denied having
signed Crawford's petition , but remembered
tolling Crawford that If lie did not goi
enough signers , to call around and lie wouh
( 'raivford testified ( lint he hired a man to
procure signatures and supposed they were
nil right. The protp&tnnts , Dennett & Tan
ner , charged that several signatures on the
Crawford petition were forgeries , nnd tha
Home of the other signers were not resldem
/lecholdcra of the Second ward. After dis
cussing the -matter tin council grantci
Tlio prdti'st of the Trlbuno against Max
Ltnz , Twenty-fourth and A streets , was
overruled and the IliVnso granted.
Adjournment wa.j taken until Monda )
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Ottinlin , Neb.
Chicago Univernity Olub Beaten in the Post
poned Contest at Base Ball.
STAGG TRIED MIS HAND AT PITCHING
\ftcr Clnrlcc Unit llcoii Uncnl Up tlio Great
Alouzu Went in the Itoz nnd Took
Seine or tlio Sumo
The postponed Decoration day game of
ml ! between the Chicago University and
ho Omaha University club teams , played
at University park yesterday afternoon , was
a royal battle Indeeed. There were hundreds
of the old-tlmo cranks present , besides a
ashlonable crowd of college followers , and
he universal verdict was that it was the
nest interesting and hottest , game of ball
ilayed In Omaha thin year.
This may bs partially accounted for by
ho fact that when Captain Abbott strode
majestically off the field In the early sutn-
ner gloaming the scalps of ten of Chicago's
omlng statesmen were dangling at his belt.
It was a great victory and a well-earned
nc. At no stage was there anything that
resembled a snap In sight , but at several
unctures It looked ns If the emerald-hosed
test was going to get It where Maud wears
icr beads , but they didn't.
Good old Dame Fortune was lavish with
icr smiles and the Omaha graduates pulled
out with one llttlo pearly tally to spare.
They got a sort of a bammerlock on the
Vlndy City crew In the opening Inning nnd
clung to It until the game was won. The
Hilcagos struggled valiantly , but It was like
nicking fate , a sort of a psychologic bit of
Even the great Alonzo Augustus Stagg
endeavored to save them , but he couldn't ,
and , like a true philosopher , he gulped
down the bitter medicine without a wince.
Alonzo knows that nfter every storm
here Is more or less sunshine , and he never
orgcts the golden splendor that shines be-
ilnd the leaden pall of sorrow.
Halny days must most always sometimes
circle Into happy tomorrows and tempests
end In clear skies and purified atmosphere.
Ever 'since Thursday afternoon Alonzo has
icen cajoling and coveting the , smiles of
lope , but the heartless sybil only frowned
and turned her back upon him. Ho forgot
nothing. Ho rubbed his dimpled hand over
hff hump of a hunchback , kissed the fabled
rabbit's foot nnd patted a batlcss coon
ipon the head. But all these charms had
est their puissance , and be left for Mlchl-
; an's craggy shores last evening looking
Ike a shadow of his fresh former self.
But for the game , hero goes , first flop out
of the box , high man out.
Robinson and Clarke were the pitchers ,
and It must be said that Hobble had much
ho best of the argument from start to fln-
sh. In extenuation of Clarke's Indifferent
showing it Is but fair to state that he was
not himself by any means , and besides It
was an off day for him as well as all of his
After one or two wild slashes at Clarke's
tantalizing curves Tommy Crelgh finally
caught one , but all he could do with It was
o elevate It over to the classic Mr. Nichols.
Then Crawford laid bis sapling against one
and It went bang against the right field
'enco. ' Ralph Blttlngcr was nolle pressed at
Irst , but Abbott got In a neat single and
Then Hobble stepped up.
"Dot you a dollar and a half I bring the
captain In , " said Hob to Manager Thomas.
"Dassent bet , " replied Charlie , "but If
you do I'll 'takop you out and show you
Lhnwgh the cemetery. " '
"It's a go , " 'replied Hobble. Then Clarke
tried to got In a quick one on him.
But Hobble smashed It and , like the fabled
rooster somebody bought for GO cents , It
lew over1 the fence. Amidst the whoops of
the populace both swarmed home. It was
so nice , coming as It did after two hands
McAullffe's foul was neatly cared for by
"aul Jones , nnd the Chlcagos came In.
CHICAGO'S FIHST SCORE.
Nichols Is a patient youth , and ho waited
'or ' what he wanted , and ho got It. Four
lulls. Ho was a bit sloW nnd when he
skated down to second Alonzo Augustus ,
who was already hungry enough to eat n
raw dog , got up and walked around the
> ench throe times for luck. A balk boosted
ilm on another bag , and after Jones had
lied out to the pitcher he scored on Ad-
clnson'a hit down to Crelgh , who made a
ness of It by trying to catch him at the
date. Ho was too late , and Adklnson
cached first In safety. It availed him but
Ittlo , however , for Crawford caught him the
next Instant going down to second. Abells
Ho should have known better , and when
: ie reached the bench Alonzo delivered him a
lecture on the Intricacies and possibilities
of Frankle's good right wing , touching on
the color and shade , length , breadth and size
of the same , with all the Intrepidity of Ig
It was egg-flip for both sides In the second
end and third , and another for Abbott's
graduates In the fourth , but here the Chl
cages got In another.
Crelgh'8 error let the warmed-halred Mr.
Adklnson to station one , ho stole second ,
went to third on Abbott's out and homo on
a wild and untamed pitch.
The next two men were easy and the grad
uates came right back and gulped down a
Jelen led off with an out. Then Lawler
lilt one down to Nichols , and Nick executed
one of the most artistic blunders yet put on
exhibition. He made a delirious snatch at
the erratto sp'hero and missed by a foot.
Then ho stepped on It and It ran up his
leg as far as the knco and caromed off Into
the dust. Then he got his talons Into It ,
but It was too late , for I > a\rler was shaking
hands with Abells on first. Crelgh followed
this with n hit and Crawford got his base
on balls and on Blttlnger's single Lawler
and Crclgh scored.
It looked bully.
But right here trouble began to brew , for
on Abbott's tap he and Bit were doubled up
like two llttlo girls in blue.
In the sixth Omaha piled up three- more
nice fat , fastidious runs and took a lead
which everybody said could not be headed
STAGQ'S MEN MADE FOUR.
In their half Adklnson opened up with an
out from Crelgh to Abbott , and It looked like
another exotic from the hennery. But
Abells got his base on a missed third strike
and Henry Clarke sent the globulatcd hog-
skin skimming over to. Robinson , who
throw wild to Abbott , and the air bgan to
take on n cerulean hue. But on Herlug'a
push that boy always was n flssh Colonel
Abells' fair young life was snuffed out at
the plate , Old Rustlforous McKelvey turnIng -
Ing the trick.
That was pleasing.
But the next minute .Winston hit safe
and Henry scored , Grant hit safe and Her-
Ing and Wtnnto moved up. Brown bit one
down to Jack McAultfte , and Just ns Jack
went to grab It he stepped on ono of hi :
hands , and both Winnie and Uencrnl Grant
conglomerated about the plate.
That was nil , but It was plenty , nnd It fell
like manna from heaven on Alonzo's bowed
head , and for a few brief moments he looked
Ilka a real live man again.
Thinking to save the day Alenzo tnre ofl
his coat right hero and setting Clarke )
down on a soft spot on tha bench lie weni
out Into the arena himself.
The great Stagg. The shades of classic
Yale fell over tb > > paik ns he posed on the
slab. Everybody held their breath wltl :
both hands. Bittlnger faced him courage
ously. Alonzo bent his lissom shape ant ]
ilp ! came a choice1 reticulation. It was
square over the Plato and so was Bit' ? club
und when Fielder HerliiB recovered tu'o bal
from out the crytosatnlc plants In far ccii'
tor It looked like a much abused doughnut
It was soft mid flabby and had lost mucl
of Its pristine grace and beauty. It was i
three-baso hit. Bit scored on Abbott'a sin
r.Ie. Then when Hobble alto hit a cafe on ;
Atonzo grew Inflorrscent about hU erudlt <
U looked like a gob ol run * , but nor ,
ninny times hnvo I told you f llo\vg thni
there In nothing In looks ? When you an
looking at look * teiufinbe ? Jhu ol.l adage
about a rose smelling-Just as loud If you call
It a plcco ot Llmburger cheese.
That's the point I'm trying to make- .
, Alonzo'u convolutions were tqo well-bred
for the next three and the Inning ended
with Blttlnger's run alone.
In the eighth the Chlcnpos took the lend ,
but they didn't took It long.
Stagg walked down , Hobble madoa
naughty throw , Winston struck out , Grant
lilt safe , Brown fell dead , and Nichols got
In a three-cu&Slon drive , and the three
runs netted put Alonzo's lambs one to the
WON IT RIGHT HERE.
There was much sorrow and n lack of glad
sounds In the stand Just here. But Ab
bott's men quickly threw off this funereal
reeling , and before Alonzo could realize It
they had thumped three more great , big ,
Juicy , corpulent runs out of him.
Everybody cheered this brilliant work , of
course , and the ladles , waving their lace
handkerchiefs , cried In chorus :
"Mister Abbott , you are a bird ! "
All the Chlcngos could do was to squeeze
In one more little , lonesamo sea-shell tint
of n tally , and the _ game was over , the day
was won , and Omaha had "win" It.
After It was all over every one of the Chl
cages stopped up to Alonzo and shook hands
with him cordially. No ono could hear what
they said , but the general Imnresslon was
that they were congratulating him 'on hav
ing escaped altvo
A diagram of the strife U appended :
Earned runs : Omnhn , 0 ; Chicago , 1. Two-
Inse lilts : Crelgh , Hlttlnger , Lawler. Three-
base lilts : Illttinger , Jelen (2) ( , Jonos. Homo
runs : Robinson. Double plays : Crotch to
McAullffe to Abbott ; Adklnson to Nichols
to Abells. Struck out : Dy Robinson. 8 ; by
Clarke , 3 ; by Stngp. 1. Rase on balls : Off
Robinson , 4 ; off Clarke , 1 ; off Stagp , 1.
Rase , hit by pitcher : Hy Stngg. 1. Passed
balls : Crawford. 1. Wild pitches : Robin
son , 1. Time : Two hours and fifteen min
utes. Umpire : Lieutenant Jim Wright.
It will pay every housekeeper to try Dr.
Price's Cream Baking Powder.
OA31ES 01' ' Tllti SA.T10XAI , I.KAOVK
llnltlmnro Gives Louisville n I. Ittlo Firmer
Sent In Ll t I'mco.
BALTIMORE , May 31.-Inks was batted
hard today. Luby succeeded him In the
fifth nnd stopped the hitting. Hoffer was
wild , but his support was excellent. Game
was called In the eighth inning on ncqount
of darkness. Score :
Baltimore . 0137500 1C
Louisville . 1 0100130 6
Hits : Baltimore. 18 ; Louisville , 12. Er
rors : Baltimore , J ; Louisville , 0. Earned
runs : Baltimore , G ; Louisville , 2. Two-base
lilts : O'Brien , Brouthers , Reitz (2) ( ) , McGraw -
Graw , Carey. Sacrifice hits : Brodle ,
O'Brien. Stolen bases : O'Brien. Kceler.
First base on balls : By Hoffer , 7. Hit by
pitched ball : By Hoffer , 1. Struck out : By
Hoffer , 2. Passed balls : Clarke , 1. . ' .Bat
teries : HofCer and Clarke : Inks , Luby ,
Welch nnd Zahner. Time : Two hours ? Um
pire : Belts.
SENATORS TAKE ANOTHER. *
WASHINGTON , May 31. Klllen pltohed
four Innings and then gave way to Hart.
Both were easy marks. Mr. Heldler , man
ager of a local club , gave general satisfac
tion as umplroV Score ; , ) t
Washington. . . - . , 0 0. 15100' 30-10 , '
pittsimrfr-.v/.r.-/ioc i 2 .0 o o o > a-.5
Hits : Washington.- : Rlttsburg , 9. Er-
rorss Washington , 2 ; Pittsburgh 3. Earned
runs : Washington , C ; Pittsburgh 3. Two-
base hits : Hassnmaer , Cartwrlght. Tiree-
base hits : Stenzel , Beckley. Home , runs :
Sugden. Stolen bases : Cartwrlght , Crooks.
Abbey , Smith. First base on balls- : Off
Killen , 5 ; off Hart , 2 ; off Stockdale. 1. , Hit
by pltohed ball : By Hart. 2 ; by Stockilale ,
1. Left on bases : Washington. R ; Pitts-
burg , 7. Struck out : Bv Klllen , 2 ; by Hart ,
1 ; by Stockdalo , 3. Wild pitches : Hart.
Batteries : Stockdale and McGuIre ; Klllen ,
Hart and Sugden. Time : Two hours land
llfty-flve minutes. Umpire : Mr. Heldler.
DAD CLARKE DEFEATS CHICAGO.
NEW YORK , Mny 31. The New York-
Chicago game postponed on May 13 was
played today. Dad Clarke wa8 In the box
and surprised his friends by his good .
The Giants scored runs almost at will after
the second inning. Attendance , 1,500. Score :
Now York . 00502201 1 11
Chicago . 0 10010011-4
Hits : New York , 10 ; Chicago , 9. Errors :
New York , 2 ; Chicago , 8. Earned runs :
New York , 5 ; Chicago , 1. First base by
errors : New York , 4 ; Chicago. 2. Left on
buses : Now York , 6 ; Chicago. 10. Bases
on balls : Off Clarke , 4 ; off Hutchison , 4.
Struck out : By Clarke , 3 ; by Hutchison. 4.
Home runsr Schrlver. Three-base hits :
Wllmot. Two-base hits : Uurke , Doyle ,
Clarke : Sacrifice hits : Everett , Lange.
atolen bases : Burke (4) ) , Van Haltren , Ful
ler , Ryan , Dahlen , Wllmot. Wild pitches :
Clarke. Passed balls : Moran , Schrlver.
Batteries : Clarke and Schrlver ; Hutchison
and Moran. Time : Two hours and live
minutes. Umpires : Tiernnn and Grllllth.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C't.
Plttsburg- . 33 22 11 Gfi.7
Cincinnati . 33 20 13 C0.fi
Cleveland . 32 19 13 S9.4
Chicago . 31 20 14 &S.8
Philadelphia . 2D 17 12 5S.fi
Baltimore . 20 15 11 57.7
Boston . 27 l.r 12 Sn.G
New York . 30 15. 15 50.0
Brooklyn . 29 12 17 41.4
Washington . 31 . 12 13 3S.7
St. Louis . 33 11 22 33.3
Louisville . 2D 5 21 17.2
Games today : Cincinnati nt Boston ; Pitts-
burg nt Brooklyn ; St. Louis nt New York ;
Chicago at Philadelphia ; Cleveland nt Bal
timore ; Louisville at Washington ,
TWO WKSIKKX ASSOCIATION GAHKS
Qulncy I'lniU Very I.lltle Trouble In Win
ning from Jackionvlllo.
QUINCY , 111. , Mny 31.-Speclal ( Tele
gram. ) Qulncy hod an easy victory today ,
and from the start , by terrific hitting.
Qulncy 14054203 3-22
Jacksonville 0 00011021 7
Hits : Qulncy , 22 ; Jacksonville. 9. Errors :
Qulncy , 6 ; Jnck. onvllle , 7. Earned runs :
Qulncy , 13 ; Jacksonville , 2. Two-base hits :
McVey , Merles (2) ( , Ltt Rocquo (2) ( ) . McCor-
mnck , Carruthors. Three-base hits : Fnr-
rell , Roland , White , McCormack , Bolt.
Home runs : La Rocque (2) ( ) , Boland. Bat
teries : McGreovy and Armstrong ; Sonler ,
Carruthers , Belt and Jantzen.
PEORLVS TWELFTH WIN AT HOME.
PEORIA. III. , May 31. ( Special Tele
gram. ) Today's rame was Peorln's thlr-
leenlh on Hie homo grounds , and If any
ordinary hoodoo could stop Peorla Just now
It should hnvo lost the game. But the
club seems hoodoo proof , nnd has now won
twelve out of thirteen games played here.
The features of today's game were thq
loose fielding of Rockford and the hard
batting of Pcorla. The score :
Peorla 3 70021 0-3 0 18
RockforO 03001210 0-10
Hits : Peorla , 15 ; Rockford. 13. Errors :
I'rorln , 5 ; Rockford , 11 , Earned : runs ,
Peorla , 3 ; Rockford , 3. Two-base hits ;
French , Collins. Kllng , Snyder. Three-baso
hits : Bolnnd. Homo runs : Vlsner , Krelg ,
InkH. Stolen bases : Flynn. Fisher , Holler ,
Helslfi. 2 ; Bennett , 3 ; Francis , Nulton.
Double play ; Snyder to Inks. Struck out :
Hy Hanson , 3 ; by Dillon , 1 ; by Horton , 4 ,
laHc.'S ! on balls : Off Hanson , 2 ; off Dillon ,
3 ; uff Horton , 3. Hit by pitched ball : By
Dillon , 1. Batteries : Hanson and Collins ;
Dillon. Horton and Snyder. Time of game :
Two hours and thirty minutes. Umpire :
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
Played. Won. Lost. P.Ct.
1'corlr , 25 17 8 GS.O
Lincoln 23 II 9 GO,9
Omaha ' 21 13 11 51,2
Dei Molnes 21 13 11 51,2
Qllllipy 25 ' 13 13 52.11
Kockfonl 21 11 U .E
Jacksonville 25 9 . 16 36.C
St. Joseph 24 7 17 29.S
Games today : Omaha at Dea Molnes'
Lincoln at St. Joseph ; Rockford at Peorla ;
JncUsouvlllo At Qulncy.
I'.ldcly Mllri Iteillvlvui.
Pnddy Miles. Omaha's brilliant little
Hhortstop. went over to DCS Motncs Jar. |
night to Join the team. Para has returned
homo v.-ilh a split hand un-I Pad'ly wtl
show them wlmt ho can Uo In llio DC *
Molr .1 .scries ,
WILL RUSJJTAIIOTIIER WEEK
Jnion Park Race Meeting is Extended
THREE FAVORITES WON YESTERDAY
3H TX- - .
Fourth Itnco 1'roveil Klnnstroun to tlio Men
Who Hot Jfu/i < lln Jltteo n ( Irput
i ; , tfvf llorsoj.
The successful character of the races
and the universal satisfaction that lias been
felt all around lias led the Union park
management to continue the meeting all of
next week. Consequently this will , not be
the last day of the races. There are about
sixty beaten horses whoso owners are not
satisfied , and these gentlemen will bo de
lighted td learn the action that was taken
at the meeting of the association lust
night. There never has been such a string
of horses In the park , and as long as the
people enjoy It and' are anxious to pay
for It the park management doesn't feel
Inclined to object. A new feature of In
terest will bo added to the races , beginning
today. No more half-mlla spurts go. A
telegram was received from the Turf con
gress by Starter Duller , telling him that he
had no power to permit any race of less
than three-quarters of a mile. Today's
card culls for seven races , the first a heat
race. After the first race Pearly Mills will
bo sold on the track by his owner.
The crowd at Union park yesterday after
noon was enough to comfortably fill the
Hrand stand. The talent had " 'the best
of tlio betting. In the first race wise ones
backed Wanda T , and the little horse
came In an easy winner. They repeated the
performance In- the second and third races ,
but In the fourth , fifth and sixth the long
shots won , the sixth , the hurdle race , , catch
ing 10 to 4. The track was In fine Condition
and the weather a close fit , and some of the
finest racing of the course was the result ,
The fourth was the prettiest race of the
afternoon. Billy Sunderland was the
favorite , but there was a strong tip on Tattersall -
tersall , who was prtitty well backed. Tattersall -
tersall got away third and continued In that
position half way round , running easy and
under perfect control of his rider. At the
three-quarter pojo Hart eased up a little
on the bridle and the brown gelding went
up to second. He hold this place until the
stretch was reached , and then I'lart let
lilm come alongside of the Wild Huntsman ,
who had been leading all the way around.
They ran together until the last 100 feet of
the race , then Hart applied the whip and
Tattersall lunged -halt a length ahead and
kept It under thewire. .
The race that had in It the greatest ele
ments of uncertainty was the hurdle event ,
one and a quarter rdllos , handicap , over
five hurdles , Vollera was scratched , several
of the horses could itot be Induced to jump
the obstruction * , and tlie greenest of the
gang , Gov. Boles , "fell over the hurdle
and laid down on his rider , Snooks. When
the start was inadil Gray Duke , who had
been selling In > the pools at 3 to 1 ,
took third placfe , changed It to second at
the quarter an < F was getting in the neigh
borhood of first when ho fouled on the third
tiurdle. He tiicicilU | complete somersault ,
landing on his head , throwing Handolph ,
who was up. Wit net hurting him. When
the crash canw OnMe , a 10 to 1 shot , got
through the brush and flew for homo like a
scared jackrabbjt , knocking down all the
other hurdles and finishing about fifty yards
ahead of the gang. Summaries :
First race , four and a half furlongs :
Wanda T. 101 Hart ) . 6 to 5 , wonr Thur-
man , 107 ( nebor,5 , tQ.l , second ; Moss Terry ,
119. ( Cottrell ) , 3 to 1 , third. Time : 0-r.Gi.
LftJly UatewooCf ; 'Jllnnlo 11 , Kan L , Tulla
Cain and Plehnyi Smith nlso rah. Ida
O'Neal wan left' at the post.
Second race , five furlongs : Susie Nell , 120
( Cottrell ) , a to G , won ; Northwestern , 12i : >
( Smith ) , 2 to 1 " , second ; Gray Baffle , 123
( Uoach ) , 2 to 1 , third. Time : l:03'i. : Lizzie
B and John n also ran.
Third race , four and a half furlonps :
Ernest Jj. 105 ( Hart ) , even money , won ; Uo-
pubilc , 107 ( J. Smith ) , 3 to 2. second ; Wild
Rrlar , 89 ( Morris ) , 5 to 1. third. Time : 0:5G'A :
Ren Harrison , Pearly Mill ? , Linden Hey ,
Red Buck , Pat Leo and Hoe JX > o also ran.
l'"ourth race , one mile , LlQUor Dealers'
purse : Tattersall , 109 ( Hart ) , 3 to 1 , won ;
Wild Huntsman , 95 ( F. Morris ) . 3 to 2 , second
end ; Blllv Sunderland , 113 ( Faucon ) . 4 to 5 ,
: hlrd. Time : 1:4374' : Carroll Uondor and
Cyrus nlso ran.
Fifth race , six furlongs : Post Boy , US
( Xublen ) . 4 to 5 , won ; Arkansas Traveler ,
; il ! ( Williams ) , 3 to 1 , second ; One Dime ,
I to 1. third. Time : lilC i. Artless , Simrley
ho Smuggler , Tom Cook , Catlln , 1'elle
Stout and Sylvan also ran.
Sixth race , mile and a quarter , liurd'e ' :
Onze. 133 ( Wood ) . 10 to 3 , won ; Harry Smith.
10 ( W. Smith ) , 2 to 1. second ; lloeton , 143
Matthews ) , 4 to 5 , third. Governor Boles ,
3ray Duke and Dakota also ran.
lii'HiiliH Ht liohy.
ROBY. Mny 31. First race , nlne-slx-
tucntha of a mile : All White won , Hannon
second. Harriet II third. Time : 0:37 : % .
Second race , seven-eighths of n mile :
Lady Hose won , Mnry L necond , Miss
Mayne third. Time : 1:32. :
Third race , thlrteen-slxteentlls of a mile :
Teeta Mny won. Veil second , Buenos Ayrcs
third. Time : 1:25)4 : ,
Fourth race , three-quarters of a mile :
Spendollne won , Katie B second , Joe o' Sot
third. Time : U17.
Fifth race , one mile : Hilly McKenzle
won , Klndora second , Uncle Jim third.
Time : 1:45 : % . _
ItrMiltn nt I.atontn.
CINCINNATI , O. . May 31. Weather in
tensely hot. Track fast. Attendance , 2,500.
A special sweepstake match between
Halma , 114 ( Thorpe ) ; Llssak , lit ( Perkins ) ;
Simon W , 108 ( Martin ) , nml Tlio Commoner ,
101 ( A. Clayton ) , for n purse of $3,500 was
made today to tnko place next Wednesday
at Lntonln , Today's results :
First race , seven furlongs : St. llarlo (3 (
to 1) won , Tobln (11 ( to B ) second , Staffa ( I
to 1) ) third. Time : l:29Vi. :
Second race , one mile : Greenwich (6 ( to
5) ) won , Judith (2 ( to 1) ) second , Vlda (20 ( to 1) )
third. Time : l:42i. :
Third race , llvo furlongs ! Helen Mnr (3 (
to 1) won , Helen Kellnr ( SO to 1) ) second ,
Minnie Clydo (5 ( to 1) ) thlrrt. Time : 1:03 : .
Fourth race , mile and n sixteenth : I R-
Nirt (4 ( to 5) ) won. Terrapin (9 ( to 2) ) seconti ,
Jnne (12 ( to 1) ) third. Time' 1:4SU. :
Fifth race , four and n half furlongs :
Moylan (9 ( to ( ! ) won , Joe Clark (3 ( to 1) )
second , Lokl (13 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 0:58. :
Ni : KAN ttlTII Till : "llOtlS"
llrntlly 1'lnyeil 1'nrnrlto nt St. IjOiils Never
sliiHrrit lit tlio liner *
ST. LOUIS , May Sl.-At Fair Association
park today three favorites were lucky.
The dump of the day was In the fourth
race , when Libertine , one of thr starters
In tomorrow's Club Members' handicap ,
run unplaced with a lot of "dogs , " Liber
tine carried n world of money nt 10 to 9
and 4 to 5 , but did not keep anywhere near
the load at any time. For the great rnco
tomorrow Faraday and Clifford are best
liked , though Lamplighter and Dr. Hlco
have frtentjs. Hesults :
First race , mile and n sixteenth , selling :
Our Maggie (2 ( to 1) won , Francis Pope (15 (
to 1) second , Hlllsboro (7 ( to 1) third. Time :
1:19 : % .
Second race , for 2-year-old maidens , live
and n half furlongs : Jllsey (5 ( to 3) ) won ,
Arcadia (0 ( to 1) ) second , Doctor G (12 ( to 1 ]
third. Time : 1:08 : .
Third race , selling , mile and a six
teenth : Dally America (9 ( to 10) ) won , First
Chance (12 ( to 1) second , Probnsco (6 ( to 1)
third. Time : 1IS'4. : '
Fourth race. live and a half furlongs :
Magnet (5 ( to 1) ) won , Dora II. Wood (10 ( to
1) ) second , Frank Farmer (20 to 1) third.
Time : 1:03. :
Fifth race , one mile , selling : Shining Bell
( I to 1) ) won , Prlnco (3 ( to 1) ) second , Black
Satin (8 to 1) ) third. Time : 1:41. :
CLOSE FINISHES AT U VV IHSTIUCT
1'ollco Periled to Cram the JuilgnV I > o.
cMoim lo\rn the Crowd * * Ncrk.
SAN FRANCISCO , May 31. Favorites
won the last two races today. The pres
ence of a squad of police was necessary to
keep the crowd In order when the judges
placed Nelson In front of Tillle S ; the fa
vorite. In the first race. The hordes finished
noses apart , with Tillle S apparently In
front. There was another close llnlsh In
the next race between Don Gnra and
Heart's Ease. The race was given to Don
Gnra , though his jockey admitted that
Heart's Ease had beaten him. Results :
First race , five and a half furlongs , sell
ing : Nelson (5 ( to 1) ) won , Tillle S ( even )
second , Llnvlllo (9 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1OS' : > 4.
Second race , four and n half furlongs ,
soiling , 2-year-olds : Don Gnra ( G to 1) ) won.
Heart's ICase ( fl to 5) ) second , Monitor (6 ( to
1) ) third. Time : 0:5B. :
Third race , seven furlongs , hSndlcnp :
Howard ( t to 1) ) won , Thelmn ( G to G ) sec
ond. Mantel (7 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1:28 : % .
Fourth nice , one mile , selling : Captain
Rees (1 ( to 2) ) won. Hear Guard (4 ( to 1) ) sec
ond. Ulco (3 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1:43. :
Fifth race , five furlongs , selling : Morven
( even ) won , Soledad (10 ( to 1) second , Inker-
man (12 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1:05 : % .
Legitimate competition or tricky rivalry
cannot alter the people's faith In- the per
feet qualities of Dr. Price's Baking Powder.
no.il > HAVE iH-.rRr.ui's A SVAXDAL
liidnrs by the Score , Among Thorn the
U'imicru , Cut tlio C'otirin.
CHICAGO , May 31. A mammoth scandal
today ended the career of the world famous
Chicago road race. Sworn statements
made today put nearly 10 per cent of the
participants In the so-called "race" on rec
ord as contemptible sneaks. How many
more of the remainder of the "racers" will
go Into the same class is yet to bo deter
mined. It was a wholesale fraud on a
scale probably never before equaled In the
history of cycling races , or , for that mat
ter , In races of any kind. The trouble , In
brief , Is- that they say the race was not a
straightaway , and that 130 contestants , lit
erally by dozens and scores , ( le'llii-rately '
cut the course Instead of going round the
full turn at Evanston. It Is claimed that
only thirty-one of the tlrst 100 to imlpli.
among whom was the winner , Homer Falr-
riian , were noted as having pass-d the limit
mark at Evanston , rfhd that no note wan
even made of the other slxty-nlno men at
that point. The fellows not In the llrst 100
are supposed to have done even worse.
Aside from the scandal attaching to the
race as a whole , Referee Thomas F. Sher
idan had his hands full today receiving
protests from scores of riders in the race
against the awarding of prizes to Falrman
and Emerson , the first prize and time prize
winners respectively. It now looks ns If
neither of these men will be given the place
which was assigned to him yesterday. How
ever Falrman may come out. It Is almost
certain that Emerson will bu disqualified
as time winner. All the testimony goes to
show that Emerson did not ride the course.
At Univernliy I'urtt Toilny.
The University club team and the Wllcox
& Draper Shoe House team meet at Unl-
vprslty park this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The colored boys are In tine trim and con
fident of making Captain Abbott's grad
uates hustle. They will face each other
University. Position. W. & D
Crelgh Short Curly
Crawford Catch Farpert
Blttlngcr Right Smith
Abbott First Lewis
Jollen Pitch Han
McAullffo Second Thompson
McKoIvey Third , Keene
Robinson Middle Logan
Fowler Left Paris
Schuylrr Won In tlio Nlntli.
SCHUYLER , Neb. . May 31.-Speclal (
Telegram. ) The Kroners of Lincoln were
defeated by Scliuyler on the home grounds
today In a game postponed from yesterday
because of rain. U was the Kroners' game
until the eighth Inning , when Scliuyler did
some stick work , tied the score and won In
the last half of the ninth with two men
out. Score :
Kroners 0 21032010 9
Earned runs : Schuyler , 1 ; Kroners , 5.
Two-base hits : Fullmer , Smatlan. Tliree-
The U. S. Government Tests
Show the Absolute Superiority of
Royal Baking Powder.
( Data from the latest Official U S. Government Report en Baking
Ptnuiier.s , Department of Agriculture , Bulletin f
is placed first of the cream of tartar
4pftw'9'ers ' ; actual strength , 160.6 cubic inches of
leavenmjlf gas per ounce of powder.
Evorviuother powder tested exhibited a much
lower Strength than the Royal , the average being
31 pervcent. less.
Evej other powder likewise showed the presence
of alun sulhuric acid.
The .claim that this report shows any other powder of superior Jg
strengtll .aApurity has been denounced as a falsehood by the J )
GovemmciU officers who made the tests. U
ROYAL DAKINQ POWDER CO. , 106 WALL ST. , NEW-YORK. 3) )
Paste No. 4. % cup rice , % pint milk , %
pint cream , 3 eggs , pinch salt , 1 cupful sugar.
Doll rice In % pint water and milk until very
* oft ; then rub through sUve , add the cream ,
beaten eggs , salt and sugar. Line pie plate
as directed for custard pie , plain , pour In
rlca mixture ; bake In hot oven about twenty-
Due hen 10 S.IIIL'I > ,
Doll 2 ounces grated chocolate In half pint
milk five mlnutea ; strain en 2 yelks of eggs
beaten with Vt Bill cream and Vi cup sugar ,
strain , return to lire , stir until thick ai
honey ; remove and add 1 tcispognful Hoyal
Beat one tttpful * uw a.uI . i'j cupful butter
to white cream ; add whites 2 eggs , heat few
minutes logger ; tablespoonful brandy ami tea
spoonful Iloyal Extract Nutmsg ; put on ho ;
Custards require to be made carefully and
need not unless occasion rtsm.unU It , b
madu expensively. The plain boiled ctmard
usually served In with tarU nr pudding *
may bo cheaply prepared ,
Custards may have the delicate flavors of
lemon , orange , rosn , vanilla , nutmeg , etc. ,
| cummnulcated to them by ixlng Royal ! ' ! ?
i vorlng Extracts. A few drops of rose wll
answer where a teaapoonful or two uf vnnlll :
would be required. lly tliclr use you nv l < .
the necessity of straining Die custard ; 'Ijvor
should bo used alter billing It to taye drlv-
! Ing .off ( be fioo arunu : 'jy the beat.
base hits ; Odum. I'luminrr. Bases on
balls ; Off Klinmell. 1 ; oft Clay. 6. Struck
out : lly Klmnicll. 12 : by Clay , 11 , Unttcr-
les : Klinmell and Palmer ; Cluy nnd Hum-
. rner. Time : Two hours and Hftccn min
utes. Umpire : L. W. Dickinson.
scoitics of TIIIVISTIHN : : L.KAOUI- :
Mltvritnkoo I'onniU IVppnr of St. .I'uul for
87 HltH mill thn O.intr.
MtLWAUKKU , Mny 31.-Tho postponed
jrame of Mny 4 wns played off here today.
Pepper was pounded nt will by the homo
team after the llrst. Hakor wns very ef
fective after the third ImiliiK. Score :
Milwaukee OlGOfilCS 3-2. .
3t. Paul 3 03010000-7
Hits : Milwaukee. 27 ; St. Paul. 7. Errors :
Milwaukee , 2 : Ht. Paul. 1. U.Uterles : linker
and llolan ; Popper nnd HerRon ,
STANDING OK THK TKAMS.
Played. Won. Lost , I'.C't.
Indianapolis 2H 20 6 7(5.9
Grand Haplds 27 1G 11 r.9.3
Minneapolis 2.'i 1-1 U M.O
Milwaukee 2S 1.1 in -IG.4
Kansas City 27 12 15 44.4
Detroit 2f 11 14 41.0
Toledo 'X 11 16 40.7
St. Paul 2 < 5 8 IS 30.S
Games today : Toledo at Minneapolis :
Grand Tlnplds nt St. Paul ; Indianapolis at
Milwaukee ; Detroit at Kansas City.
uouni.Tr wn.i , 111:0 : IN TKAIMNO
Goes to Anbury Purk to TnUo Light Pro-
lltulniiry Work Whttn Waiting.
NEW YORK , May St. Champion Jim
Corbett has gone to Asbury Park to begin
his preparatory training for his light with
Fltzslmmons. Ho Intends remaining there
until the 1st of July nt least , In order that
ho may be In good condition when the time
and place of the battle nrn announced.
MONTREAL , May St. There Is a possi
bility of the Corbctt-Pltxslinmona light In
the Immediate vicinity of Montreal. A syn
dicate , the names of the members of which
nre as yet secret , has been formnd for the
purpose of offering n purse of $23,000 If the
light shall bo pulled off here. It will guar
antee that no one will Interfere with It.
Of course , this means thnt the syndicate
Intends to buy out some municipal gov
ernment of some small town near Montrenl ,
but the Interesting question may then arise
whether the provincial government can In
tel fere with municipal Governments. A
representative left for the states today.
1)1 nliprcnr Will lliivn 'im : All.
LOUISVILLE , May 31. Dirnberger con
tinued his fine work at Fountain Kerry
track today and captured another world's
record , the two-thirds mile flying start ,
paced. He clipped off two full seconds from
John S. Johnson's record of 1:11 : 4-5 , made
at Wnlthnm. September 21. 1SU. ! doing the
distance In I'.Ofl 1-5. He wns paced by the
quad , with O'Connor , Terrll , Harnett nnd
Hamilton up. Dlrnberger , Lyman , Terrll
and Pat O'Connor leave tomorrow for Syra
cuse to join the national circuit at Albany ,
N. Y. , on Wednesday next.
Slilnem Airln' iuch Other.
The Stars and Diamonds tried their best
to defeat each other Decoration day until
rain Interfered. Lovelace and' Ilodlcke did
some line work for the Stars , especially
with the bat. The score :
Stars 133 5-12
Diamonds 4 110 3
naileries : Haze and Leballey ; Jensen
The same clubs play Sunday at 2:30 : on
the grounds ut Twentieth and Poppleton
.lolnnon nnitIin .May .Mpnt.
SPIIINGFIELD. Mass. , May 31. A dis
patch to the Union from Itoston says a
match race Is being arranged between J.
1 S. Johnson nnd Zimmerman. The llrst pre-
' llmlnarlcs were talked over at the \\'al-
; tham meet , and there 1s srcat probability
of a successful result of the negotiations.
The purse will be probably the largest in
the history of wheeling.
Ray * llio Mlugiiriiit fairly lritt ; > ii.
LONDON , Mny 31. Mr. Howard Gould
has sent a dispatch to the Asosclnted press
saying that his yacht , Niagara , wns fairly
beaten yesterday In the race off Lowestoft
by Lord Dudley's Inyonl In a very light air.
He added that he thinks Niagara , like Vigi
lant , needs n strong breeze. The next race
In which Niagara will compete will bo oft
Harwich on June 3.
Thoinns .1. Muoro Irop4 Irn < l.
CKESTON , la. , May 31. ( Special. )
Ithomas A. Moore of Osceola , aged 79 , fell
dead at his homo. Ho was an old citizen
and greatly respected. Heart trouble Is
the supposed cause.
He Can't Live
Bald my friends nnd neighbors. I had I r -
pcjuln 1C yean ; physicians and change ot
climate did not help me. Hut HoodM Sirsail- :
. % % % %
rllla did me more good
than all the doctoring.
I can now eat , sleep and
nnd work. My daughter
also had distress anil rheumatism. Hood's Bar
snparilla made her stout , well and healthy. 11.
V. 0. ItoKK , Kalrvlew , Kansas.
Hood's Pills are purely ' vegetable , and do
not purge , pain or gripe. 'Sold by all driiRBlats ,
BABY'S ' BAD ECZEMA
Head ono Solid Soro. Itching Avrfiil/
lliul to Tic Ills Hands to Cradto ,
Speedily Cured by Cutlcuni.
Our llttlo boy broke out on his head with nlxiil
form of cc/cni.l , when horaj four months old.
\\'o \ tried thrco doctors , but they did not help
him.Vo then u od your tlirro Ctrrioun.v KRM.
, nnd alter using thorn cloven weeks exactly
according to directions , ho
bocan to steadily Improve ,
and after the ti. o of them
for sot en month ] his head
win entirely well. When wo
begun using tthlslic.id was
nsolld sere from tlio crown
nil over hu cars , moit of hli
fare , nnd small places on
dlircrcnt rarts ot hl > body.
Tlioro orj ciMccn necks
. . . . . . th.it we had to Keep his hands
tied to the cmdlo and hold them hcn howai
taken up ; and had to keep mltton * tied on his
hands to keep hit flnpcr iialU out of the sores ,
ns ho would scratch It ho could In any way cot
hli hand * Imne. AVn know yotir Ctmcfn.UlKJi.
r.mr.8 cured him , Wofuelsarolnrccomuioadlnc
Uicm to othorj.
OKO. n. & JAMrrrA lur.ius ,
Webster , Ind ,
CUTICURA WORKS WONDERS
Vnrcnts to know that a lnclo application ol
the Ci'Tict'UA Ituuuon * will alTor.l Instant re
lief , permit rest anil sleep , anil point to a speedy
euro In the moit torturing and ilungurlnR of
kin and scalp dlse.nei , ami not to use thorn Is
to fall In > our duty. crricunA Hr.Mr.niEsaro
the purest , swccteit nml mo effective skin
cures , blood puritlcM nud liumor remediesoicr
compounded. They appeal with Irrlslstllilcforco
to mothers , mir03and all having tlio care of
children. 1'nrcnts should remember that curM
made in childhood are speedy , economical and
BoUl throughout the world. Trim , Curicmu ,
Me. ; tfiup,2Jc. ; ltVsor.vr.NT , St. 1'ciTTin Dr.ua
AND Ciinu. Conr. , Solo Proprietors , ttoston.
03- " How to Cure Skin Dltoaaes , " mallei ! fr ,
'O ' Bkln nnd Sonlp pnrlfleil nnd hoaiitltloj
by UUTICUUA BOAI.Abiolutely puri ) .
PAIN'S ' AND WEAKNESSES
iOf females Instantly relieved by that
new , elegant , and infalllhlo Amldota
to rain , Inllamm.itlon.nmlVcalcnesj ,
the C'utlcura AnU-l'ulu flatter.
FOR A LIMITED TIME " 91
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The present condition of the markol
makes It an absolute certainty that wheat
will sell In the near future for OOc or over.
The present supply of wheat Is forty mil
lion bushels short , and the chinch bugs.
Hessian Illes , drought and frosts have inudn
a short crop for the coming season n cer
tainty. It Is a slgnlllcant fact that the
buyers on the present market are farmers
and outsiders , who know the actual con
dition of the crop.
There Is n demand for cash wheat almost
regardless of price. Millers are pcourlng
the country for wheat nnd nre paying enor
mously high prices for It. Country elc-
vntor stocks are exhausted and numerous
mills have been obllgpd to shut down.
Never In the history of tlu > country was
there such an opportunity for outsiders to
mnko money with small Investments.
WHEAT WfLL NEVER HE LOWER ON
THE PRESENT MARKET and Intending
speculators will only lose by watching It
advance from day to day.
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also for our Dully Market Letters.
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I dlh < b Karnam st * . ,
D will'eat sweetmeats and you can't
prevent if , The first you know of
it there is a head ache ; the child is
billions and something must be
clone. ' Use Ripan's Tabulcs , a
remedy which is standard for such
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