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EASTER MONDAY BRINGS JOY
Thouida of Mll:jratiTe Get Baie i&
GENERAL SITUATION IS IMPROVED
"early .riftVeV,, Baad'ren1 Men Em
flay In Rau FlrfwrrUa 'Win
;.'t4 Tfcipl Work
V ri p.-' -.-j i Blrtka Today.
BOBTOlV, March 31. The posting of no
uces'or 'tdraarert in wages made Easter
Monday a. particularly pleasant day t tens
01 tuousand tf cotton mill operatives In
outhr "Jfer Ungtarid. Some dlsagrea
menis. over he' amount of the raise hare
arisen .and (he 'yarn mill operatives, who
havouot been Included In the Increase, are
dispose to be restive, but on the whole
the,.jniratiuatloa.ls Jitter than a week
The chief Incident today was, the con
Unuaoco at work, of, most of the 1,000
operative In the ven corporations at
Lowell who, on Friday last expected to be
Idle i 'through tba vote-of the organised
crafts to strike. Work was resumed as
usual, except In those departments In which
orders had been clv-ed out In anticipation
of a shutdown, . ...
Ia a few days 'very available man will
b at work and probably the flight shlfta of
spinners .and carder la some mills, as dur
log taft 'lnrtr winter months.
Jt ',ws 'evldenV'toda'y that the textile
council declared the strike off under the
impression that a strike actually would
have bee turned rnto a lockout, ao deter
minea were toe; mill agents to resist 'an
increase In wages. ..
Fifteen liaadrexl Brewers Strike.
It was expected that 1,500 men employed
in the Boston breweries would leave, work
tomorrow, having been unable to reach an
SIeemtDt 1 a the t&Aster brewers on three
disputed propositions, hours of labor, free
beer and in, the matter of discharge, but
after a long discussion late tonight. It was
decided to., obtain .the approval of the
Central laaboT unlou, and with that
to Rave .; work, ; pn ; Thursday. Every
brewery, la. the city , will , be more or less
effected, and li Is 'expected that a large
number t wilt, have -to -shut down. The
brewers demand the right to discharge any
employe at their .own., discretion, but at
the same time agree' not to employ any
but union fmen. The men on their part
demand that, beiore a man Is discharged be
shall be accorded a; hearing.
As to so-called free beer, the brewers
state that dera- recent decision -of the
police commission1 'stir'a a privilege or con
slderatlon Is part of a contract and under
the 'Jftwaooatltntea' an Illegal- sale. The
only. answer to this by. the men Is that free
beer has always been allowed.
Regarding the hours of labor, the two
contending. parties appear to be nearer on
this point than on any other, the men hav
ing, agreed to? -nine-hour schedule and
the 15 cents an hour for overtime.
BREWERS PICK-. UP TOOLS
Idle Workmen Xrarlr All Return In
dlvldnally l Ontpat of Beer
CINCINNATI,', March 31. Following the
Investigation and decision" or President Sam
uel Oompfcrj of the' American Federation of
Laof-Mast week. It was thought that the
lockout of the brewery workmen In Cincin
nati, Covington and Newport, was ended,
but the United Brewery Workmen yester
day rejected all propositions and renewed
the boycott and the fight on the engineers.
Today' the brewers reinstated many men
who- returned' Individually. - Of the 1,500
originally out, the brewers report that all
have resumed except 200 or 300, and that
all the breweries are today operating with
their usual capacity. ...
,: . PEATH RECORD.
... Dr. iWvrl Of Albion.
ALBION, Nen.',, March 31. (Special.)
Dr. Lewis -died Saturday and was buried
yesterday from the Methodist Episcopal
church. Dr. Lewis came to Albion In 1876
and lived- her continuously. He established
a drug store add at the time of his death
still owned an interest in it. As a physi
cian a, wan' very successful and always was
, exceedingly .kind V ' the -poor. He was
prominent In ; republican politics, being
national delegate to the convention that
nominated Garfield. He was a member or
the Methodist Episcopal church, also ot
the Backer'. .Union and was a director In
the First: National bank.
ROCKFORX), ' 111'., ' March 81. Alexander
D. Fprpes, ,' president 'ot the People's Bank
and Trust' company. Is dead here at the age
ot 70 years. He was born in Scotland and
established in Rockford In 1864 the first
malleable jron' .work's west of Cincinnati.
:.. Colonel C-M. Morse.
JACKSONVILLE,' 111..' March 31. Infor
mation has bee received here ot the death
of. Celooel.c, M. Morse, in Philadelphia.
Colonel Morse was for many years a real-
At a ootistitoUonal remedy, radl-
" Actln; primarily on the blood,
Or eczeiha earn all eruptions,
. pimples, bolls, blood poisoning,
Humors - -
Anemia and psoriasis. In all
stomach troubles, like indigestion,
Gastritis, it seems to ' a magio
t Upon whose healthr action erea
life itself depends. It Is a true
Because, -by purifying: the blood.
It feeds the nerves upon strength.
I giving food. Overcomes
fhat Tired Feeling.
u Restores the appetite, builds up
; Without number tell what Hood's
j Saruparilla has done for suffering
4; men, women and children, ana
, indicate what it will do for you
and yours. h sure to
dent of Jacksonville. He was 4 'past com
mander of the Illinois, Grand Commander
Knights Teroplarv; and was once a tjlvlsinn
superintendent of im Chlrefo ft YTrbii rail
road. . "" -""' ''-.:
John A. Chandler.
8T. PAUL," Minn., March 31. John
inaadler, general agent of the Chicago,
Milwaukee St. Taul railroad, died here
aged 71. Mr. Chandler had been -connected
with the road for many- years and was well
known throughout the west
William A. Grant k.
NEW ORLEANS, March Sl.WWtani
Grant, editorial writer on the Tlmea-Dem
ocrat, died today. He was native of
Scotland and a graduate of, Edinburgh unt
versuy. t .'... ..
Wife of Esaator. Mannings
CARROLL, Neb., MarcV 31. (Special
Telegram.) The wife orjeX-pppatot John
R. Manning, a prominent farmer and stock
raiser of this county,' died Here last night
General Sir Andrew Clarke.
LONDON, March 31.-Generat Sir An
drew Clarke, agent general for Victoria
Australia, is dead, r He was born id 1824.
Dr. Eraett Llebert '
BERLIN. March 31. Dr. Era est . Lleber,
the centrist' leader In the Reichstag,
dead. He was born In 18SS.
FUND FOR BURNED OUT EDITOR
Guthrie Cltlsena ' bwrrlto' Fifty
Tnonaano Dollar to Reballd
Capital Newspaper Plant.
GUTHRIE, Okl.. ' March 31. As a result
of the fire here Sunday noen the total loss
will amount to 1250,000. Frank N. Greer,
owner of the State Capital printing plant
and buildings, places his loss at $225,000,
with ' only $26,500 Insurance. Clttiens had
a mass meeting today and donated to Mr.
Greer $50,000, whloki he refused 4 accept,
except as a loan. "The amount was raised
immediately and placed at Mr. areer s a is
posal. He will rebuild at once. In the
meantime the Capital will be published
from the Leader plant. '
' Philadelphia Sls-tory BnUdlas.
. PHILADELPHIA. March ti. The six
story, building at No. 610-612 Market atreet.
the first three floors of .which were occu
pled by the George D. Keira Saddlery
company and the other three floors by the
Joe Bailey Davis company, wholesale no
tions, wao destroyed by fire this afternoon,
There . were about - sixty persons mostly
girls. In the building when the fire was dis
covered, but they all got safely out of the
place. Many of tha girls who were em
ployed on the upper floors escaped by means
of the Are escaoea and fire ladders. Sev
eral young women and number of firemen
were hurt, but none of their Injuries are
very serious. The loea on the building and
contents Is estimated to $110,000.
Old Dakota Toll Gate Honae.
CENTRAL CITT, 8. D., March 81. (Spe
cial.) The old toll gate bouse in the lower
part of Cayvllle was destroyed by fire. It
was the property of J. H. Senovoy, who
occupied it as a residence, one portion be
ing rented to laborers on the Elkhorn
grade, who used it as a bunk house and
messroom. A. cow, fifty Belgian hares and
several dosen Chicken in a nearby barn
were burned. The loss- is estimated at
$3,000; Insurance, $300. The house was one
of the first erected In Deadwood gulch, and
for years was occupied by C. A. Scott, who
kept the toll gate.
NEW YORK, March 31. The Quebec line
stearner Pretoria,- whloh returned to this
port last night with th cargo in its fore
hold on Are, lay off Stapleton. . Staten
Island, today. Tho fire was extinguished
early this morning, and the wrecking tug
began to pump the water out ot the fore
hold. It waa impossible today to estimate
the amount of damage. "
Fonr Thousand Hooeca.
YOKOHAMA, March 81. A fire at the
silk manufacturing town of Fukui destroyed
rilea Cared Wiraont m Kail.
Itching, blind. Heeding or protruding
piles. Nc cure, no pay. All druggists are
authorised by the manufacturers or Pass
Ointment to refund money where It falls
to cur any case of piles, no natter ot how
long standing. Cures ordinary eases in six
(.ye; the worst cases in fourteen days. One
implication gives ease and rest. Relieves
itching instantly. This Is a new discovery
ind is the only pile remedy sold On a posi
tive guarantee, no cure no pay. price SOe.
If your druggist dont keep It In stock send
us fOc In stamps and we will forward same
by mall. Manufactured by Paris Medietas
Co., St. Louis, Mo., who also manufacture
the celebrated cold core. Laxative Bromo
WARMER WEATHER ON THE WAY
Fair Tnesday and Wednesday with
Winds Shifting; from Sorth
to East. ,
WASHINGTON, March 31. Forecast:
For Nebraska, South and North Dakota-
Fair Tuesday; Wednesday fair: warmer:
north to east winds. - y .
For Iowa and Missouri Fair Tuesday,
fresh north winds; Wednesday fair.
For Kansas, Oklahoma and Indian Terri
tory Fair Tuesday and Wednesday; north
west wind.. ' 1 .
For Wyoming Fatr Tuesday; Wednesday
partly cloudy; east winds.
Local Record, t
"OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU
OMAHA. March SI -Ofllclal record of tem-
reratur and precipitation compared with
he co-responding day of the last three
1902. M01. 1900. 9.
Maximum temperature.... 42 . 44 65 31
Minimum temperature.... SI 28 ) 14
Mean temperature W 84 25 23
Precipitation .W .00 .uu .01
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for ttila day and alnce March L
Normal temperature 43
Deficiency for the day 7
Total excess since March 1 193
Normal precipitation 07 Inch
Deficiency for the day u7 Inch
?otal precipitation since March 1.. .70 inch
xttlotenry alnre March 1 SO liu-h
Kxcee tor cor. pvrlod, M 67 Inch
Deficiency tor cor. period, 19uO 01 inch
Reports Irons biatioaa at T p. at.
CONDITION pr THS
Omaha, partly cloudy ...
Valentine, partly cloudy
North Platte, clear
Salt Lake City, clear ....
Rapid City, clear ...
Huron, cloudy v.
Wllllston. cloudy ..
St. Louis, cloudy
ft. Paul, cloudy
Kansas City, clear
Oalveslon. partly cloudy
T indicate trace ot precipitation.
U A. WELSH.
Local Forecast Official.
WESTERN PLAYERS ASSEMBLE
Nichols Shakes Hands with Moore, Herbert
WHITFIELD ANNOUNCES HIS UMPIRES
Danny Stearns, Arlle
Norman and Robert
O. torn to"
KANSAS CITY. March 81. (Special Tele
gram.) Three more player for the Kansas
City Western league bade ball team re
ported to Manager Nichols today and are
ready to begin practico with the others
here at Sportsman's park tomorrow after
noon. They are: Carl Moore, a young
catcher, who played last year in southern
Kansas end Arkansas; Thomas Herbert, 1
Chicago youngster, and T. M. McConnell
who played laet year In the Virginia league.
Herbert and McConnell are outfielders.
; Irvln Waldron, the ex-Senator, who will
play right field for the Western league
Blues this year, arrived yesterday from
his home near Boston, and is ready to go
into the harness right away. Waldron
looks in good condition and, like the ma
jority of the players, is anxious for the
opening of the season. He will undoubt
edly be a star for Manning and Nichols.
President Whitfield' corps of Western
league umpire has been completed and the
official list was announced by Whitfield to
day. It includes Danny Stearns of Buffalo,
N. T., Arlle Latham and Ous Moran ot
Philadelphia, and Robert O. Cox ot Rock
Danny Stearns is an old ball player and
was once the Idol of hundreds of Kansas
City fans, as he was a member ot the team
which won the Western league 1 nnant
for this city twelve years ago. He played
first base for Manning's team that aeason
and was a popular member of the aggre
gation. He drifted east at the close ot the
season ot 1890 and has since been playing
in the Eastern and other leagues in that
section. Danny will Surely be popular with
the Kansas City patrons of the national
game and It ia probable he will be as
signed here by President Whitfield tor the
There are no better known men In the
base ball world than Arlle Latham. He Is
an old base ball head, having had years
of experience in the game. He was for
years the regular third baseman of the
Cincinnati RedB, and few players ever
achieved a greater reputation as a player.
To add to this, be was original In his
character and added to his popularity by
his eccentricities on the diamond.
Robert Cox, the Rock Island member ot
President Whitfield's staff, was with the
Three-I league last year and would have
been signed by President Sexton again this
year had it not been that he was from
President Sexton's home town, and the
Three-I league executive preferred to get
men from other place than his own home
town. He recommended Cox highly to
Ous Moran has umpired In the Pennsyl
vania State and Atlantic league, and is
highly recommended by eastern base ball
Dale Oear, manager or the Kansas City
American association base ball team, sprung
little surprise on the local fans this
morning, when he announced that Clyde
Robinson, the little third baseman who
played with the champions last season, had
reported to him and would play with the
Tebeau-Hlckey team this season.
HARMONY. AMONG MAGNATES
Discord Is Looked for nt Meeting;
of Rational Leanne
NEW YORK. March 31. Harmony be
tween the warring factions and a playing
schedule for the coming season are ex
pected to be the results of the meeting of
the National Leasue club owners that be
gins tomorrow night at the Fifth Avenue
hotel. An Impreeelon prevails that the
question of the league presidency will not
be considered at the meetlna. Both fac
tion appear to be willing to carry out the
ru-opo8a plan of appointing a committee
of three to run the affairs of the leasrue
during the seawon.
Knierrlng to a statement by Charle It.
Ebbetts, A. Q. Spalding's name will be put
forward as one of the governing commit
tee of three. He Is further quoted as say
ing: "We will get together and probably de
cide on a governing board of the National
league made up of MenHrs. Young and
Spalding and a third party. The selection,
of course, remains with the National
It is expected that the magnates will
have many different nuinlnns as tn tha
schedule to be adopted. Reports Indicate
mai at least rntir ana noseitiiy six sched
ules will be presented for adoption, one of
them by the Boston club calling for Sun-
day games for that club.
for that club. The seaBon prob
open April 17, although Barney
ably will oj
r r-msDura- is saia to nave nre.
ibred a schedule caTllnK for the nlav to
vgiu April 4D.
ERNE AND GANS ARE MATCHED
Blan Artlclea Thronch Mannaer
of the World.
BUFFALO. V. IT.. March t -Prank
Erne and Joe Oans are once more surely
signed for a fight for the world's lluht.
weight championship. They are to meet at
rori trie on May 12. JacK Hermann,
manager of the Fort Erie club, made the
announcement upon his arrival hern today
Hermann went to Baltimore last week
with articles slimed by Erne for tha nur.
pose of securing Uans' rlgnature.
Al Hereford, the negro's manager, at first
refused to agree to thu terms stipulated In
the articles and It was announced that all
negotiations were off. Hereford ai-com-panled
Hermann as tar a Philadelphia on
the return trio to Buffalo, and durlnar tha
Journey terms were agreed to and Hereford
The men have agreed to welah In at 1M
pounds at tlvs rlngxlde. The International
Athletic club guarantees a purse of ,5.uu)
75 per cent of which will go to the winner
nd 26 per cent to the loser.
W harley White of New York will rr.a
the bout. Oans and Erne hae posted for.
'eltS Of I'iOO. and will eurh mil uu nn u.l.ll-
tlonal J5( on Saturday, when a stake-
nuiuer win oe seicctea.
CORBETT T0FIGHT WINNER
Et-Chsnplss says He Will t'hnllen-
Victor of Fltitinuost
JAMESTOWN. N. Y.. March 31-Former
t haniplon James Corbett departs from
Washington on the night of April 13 for
San Francisco. Through Jule Delmar, his
theatrical manager, it Is learned that Cor
bett will be at the ringside on the night of
the battle of Jeffiieti and Fltzalmmona and
at the conclusion of the tight will challenge
the winner. This action will take place
providing Corbett's original proposition to
take the place of FitzHimmona If that
pugilist declines to meet Jeffrie Is not ac
cepted. REGAN BEATS TOMMY FELTZ
Cat Decision In Twenty-Roand Root
aad Mill Flaht Harry
1 ST. IXL'I9, March 31. Johnny Regan of
Brooklyn. N. Y., gained the decUion on
points In a twenty-round bout tonight
with Tommy Felts of Savannah. Qa., 1.
fore the Went End Athletic club. Kegan
fought a magnificent battle and his ad
vantage ovtr his doughty young opponent
at the close of hostilities was very marked
Regan used an ertiKlive left jab to the
face, while Felts played for the body, but
his blows were for the most part cleverly
blocked by Regan. A blow on the solcr
plaxus put Regan In sore straights In tht
eleventh round, but be recuperated quickly
DAILY J.EEi TUESDAY,
and enme back 'In the next round full of
r.ea-an will now be matched with Harry
r time mr me nantamweipnt rnamplon
ehlp of the world, the- bout to take jjace
wi-jip wiB nrii xdq ciuo.
CIRCUS SURPRISES THE TURF
Wins Rich Handicap with Odds
Hnndred to One Agalnat
MEMPHIS. Tenn., March M.-W. T. Bald
win bay colt Cirrus. 3 years old. by C'ha-
rsxtta-Klneone, won the rich Montgomery
handicap this afternoon by a short head
In the good time of 1:4S. Waxtatwr
nnisnea second, a head before Flora Fo
mona. The odds against the winner at
one time were at the sensational price of
11") to 1.
The Montgomery handicap was the
fourth event on the program and thirteen
norsfs raced the starter. Flora Pomona
' entered at the last moment. At the
opening of tha betting odds of ln to 1 were
mm against (."Irons, but n steady play on
the colt forced the prloe down to SO to 1 at
the elope. The start was a good one. War
ing Immediately assumed command and
led his following up the baokatretch at a
merry cup. closely followed by Silurian and
Flora Pomona. At the far turn Circus
made his run from behind and turning the
stretch held fourth position. The rinleh
was an exciting one. Circus winning by a
bead from Waxtaper, who closed up a lot
01 ground in the final run home.
Of the other races two were won by
favorites. In the second race, at four fur
longs, John W. Schorr showed a fast 2-year-old
colt bv O. W. Johnson. Tho flffh
event, for 2-year-olds, was also won by the
iscnorr stable. Judith Campbell, a go
looking Ally by Escher, beating PrincessJ
First race. Inaugural, purse, 1314, five fur
longs: Ed Austin won, Sevoy second.
Death third. Time: 1:02.
Second race, four furlongs: Break Spur
won. The Don, second. Maverick third.
Third rare, one mile, selling: El Cnney
won. Mister Phlnnlxev second, Harry Wil
son third. Time:
Fourth race. Montgomery handicap, $2,000
added, one mile and a sixteenth: Circus
won, Waxtaper second. Flora Pomona
third. Time: 1:484.
Fifth race, four furlongs: Judith Camp
bell won. Princess Tulane second. Pearl
Model third. Time: 1:60.
Sixth race, five furlongs, selling: I.evla
thlan won, Somersault second, Sam Hous
ton third. Time: 1:U3V4.
MACGYLE WINS BY A NOSE
Lead nio Shannon by Narrow
(la In Handicap at
SAN FRANCISCO. March 31.-The mile
and a sixteenth handicap at Oakland today
resulted In a close finish, MacUyle getting
UP In time to win bv a nose from Vtlo
Shannon. The latter led until the last
Jlimi). Position was third, three. nnnrters
of a length away. Janice, the favorite.
made a Roor showing, finishing last. The
last race was marred by a verv bad start.
Bernota. the second choice, and Constable
were left at the post.
Jackson carried off the rldtnff hnnnrt tiv
landing three winners. Manager Price of
the New California Jockey club announced
today that the present season will end
April 30, although requests were made by
bookmakers ana horsemen for an exten
sion of the meetlna. Net season all
stakes will have added money, with the ex
ception of the Burns handiran whleh mill
have a guaranteed value of HO.onii.
The association will give a benefit for
the family of the late R. II. Mllroy on April
Dr. Rowell will ehlf) his horses to Chi
First race, one mile nnd flflv varris sell.
mr: y indward won, Frldolln second. Cap
tivate third. Times 1:46.
Second race; half-mile. 2-vear-olds nurse
Lizzie Rice won. Nlaretto second. Maxetta
iniru. lime; w.w.-
Third race, three-nuarters of a mlle sell.
Ing: Evander won. Kihdoe seconds. E. H
Brlttain third. Time: 1:15.
Fourth rare, one mile and s slvteentVi
handicap: MacOvIe won. Rio Shannon
second. Position third. Time: 1:48.
Hfth race, eleven-sixteenths of a mile.
selling: Miss Mae Day won, Sir Hampton
second, Narra O. third. Time: l:07H.
Sixth race, one mile and flftv vards: Wnl-
hurst won. Marshal Nell second, tiawalne
Crowd Brave Cold Wind.,
WASHINGTON. March 31. DesDlte the
chilling weather and a cold wind an Im
mense crowd , ws at Bennlngs today to
witness tho Easter card of seven races.
Four favorites wort Aloaca. Essence and
Blue and Orangev all of w hom were ridden
by Wonderly, took flat races, and Arius a
Jumping event. The social event, the
steeplechase handicap for hunters, proved
to be the most exciting race of the day.
On taking the fifth Jump Umnon fell and
was passed py several otner horses. Mr.
Kerr escaped uninjured and Immediately
roso and remounted his charge and over
took the leaders and again assumed a lead.
After traveling some distance Lemoon re
fused two Jumps. In the meantime Hari
Kan roraea to tne iront and won after a
hard drive from Masterpiece. Royal Stag,
piayea irom it to 2. tne only mount which
did not fall or refuse the Jumps, had no
speed and was never a contender for first
First race, five furlongs: Alpaca won,
Ninon second, Happy third. Time: 1:04 3-5.
Second race, one-half mile: Rose Tint
won, Siuidt second. Spring Brook third.
Time: 0:51 2-5.
Third race, steeplechase, about two miles
and a half: Arlus wm, Hand Vice second,
Silent Friend third. Time: 6:45.
Fourth race. Hunters' steeplechase, about
two miles and a half: Hari Karl won,
Masterpiece second. Royal Stag third.
Fifth race, six furlongs and a half: Es
sence won, Locka second, Melstersinger
third. Time: 1:25 2-5.
Sixth race, four furlongs and a half:
Blue and Orange won, Julia LIston second,
Tribesman third. Time: 0:68 2-6.
Swventh race, one mile and sixty yards:
Lamp O'lee won, All Saints second, Fonso
Luca third. Time: 1:512-5. .
Winner Are Favorite.
CHARLESTON. 8. C, March 31.-The
winners of the first four races at the Ex
position track today were favorites. Re
sults: First rare, selling, six furlongs: Jim
Scanlan won, Emigrant second, Rosle R
third. Time: 1:21.
Second race, selling, one mile and a six
teenth: Mill Stream won, Ortclus second,
Llizle Telle third. Time: 1:57H-
Third race, selling, five furlongs and n
half: Olea won, Cella second, John W.
Daney third. Time: 1:11.
Fourth race, six furlongs: Nellie C won.
Brahmin second, Henry Hammond third,
Fifth race, selling, five furlongs: Patch
work won, Grace second, Vendor third.
ghrekard Goes to Baltimore.
BALTIMORE, Md- March 31. -James
Bheckard. outfielder, has signed a con
tract to play with the Baltimore American
League dub during ihe coming season ami
Is on his way tn the club at Savannah.
Sheckard had previously signed with the
Brooklyn National league club.
Thousands of men and women are turned oat
bf positions and many tail toaecure situations be
came their gray hairs make them look old. This
need not tx.
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Btateeaie by kaedlag draggisU .varywar at taalr shops eoly, tar by ht Pbll Hty
BpecialtMsCa . tee Lalayttit St . Newark, N J., enfcef m-ub ar witkoul aoap, by sspittt, prept-tl.
is plaia taaiad pscaagt oa reccipc si 6oc. and ihia coupoa.
baacnied, taay aavt h
beaciALTita Co., stf I
Addraas......... ..-" lituuttt.
roHowtag Draggurts aaaply Hay'
lth and Chicago.
COVNC1L Llr-fra MORGAN, 1 Broalwsy; DeHAVEN, XXX Ctotral
BROWN, ill Mala; WHELEY, 411 Broadway.
CRACK SHOTS FAIL TO WIN
A. E. Elliott and Many of His Clan
Miss in Sweepstakes.
THIRTY-SIX MEN TIE ON STRAIGHT SCORE
Preliminary Match of the nta; Toor-
nament at Kansas t'lty Is
KANSAS CITY, March 81. Thirty-six
men tied on a straight score ot twelve birds
In the Kansas City sweepstakes, the Initial
event of the Grand American handicap live
bird tournament which opened at Blue
River park In this city today.
Three hundred and sixty-nine candidates
for Orand American handicap honors en
tered for this first preliminary shoot and
the list included all of tha prominent
shooters who are on the entry list for the
big shoot later in the week. On account
of the great number of participants only
those who had a straight score or had
missed only one bird at the end of the
eighth round were allowed to shoot the re
maining four round.
mere were 140 who had not missed a
bird at the end of the fourth round, or
after every man had shot once at each of
tha four traps. Seventy-four men had an
unbroken record of dead birds at the end
of the eighth round.
Twelve Bird the Xumbrr.
Because ot the unwieldy entry list It
was decided early In the day to cut the
number of birds each man was to shoot
at from twelve to eight, but as the sweep
stakes, according to the original plan, were
to be divided among the thirty high guns
and there were seventy-four straight scores
after all had shot at eight birds, the man
agement later decided to contiuue the
match to twelve birds, dropping from the
list all who had missed more than one
bird. This left 184 men, or halt the entry
list to shoot the remaining four rounds.
Th purse amounted to xz,583, wblcn was
divided equally among the thirty-six win
The weather was Ideal for the sport, a
bracing north wind making the bird an
active lot. It was noticeable that most
ot the pigeons which got away, were re
leased from the traps at , the north side
of the field. The bird flying against the
wind were more difficult to hit than those
flying with It.
Bin; Men Mis Ont.
Many of the most celebrated ot the wing
shots are not on the LiBt of winners. J.
A. R. Elliott, the first man up, missed his
eighth and tenth birds. R. O. Helkea was
unable to bring down his first and fourth
and was out ot the race therefore at the
end of the eighth round. E. L. Banks
missed hla second and third and J. S. Fan
ning of Jersey City allowed his ninth bird
to escape. Annie Oakley of Nutley, N. J.,
the only woman entered, missed her second
and eighth bird. C. W. Budd of Des Moines,
Ia., missed hi fifth, but won much applause
by making sensational shots. E. D. Ful-
ford of Utica, N. Y., lost hi seventh bird.
Those who made a straight score ot twelve
birds are as follows:
John E. Avery, Atlanta, Ga.; J. E. Hicks,
Columbus, O. ; George Tucker, Branham,
Tex.; w. K. trosny, u Fallon, 111.: u. l).
Day. Pine Grove. Ky.: Hood Walters. Balti
more; Sam Hoffman, Jr., Atlantic, la.; K.
L. Henshaw. Okoboil. la.: Farmer Burke.
Elgin. Neb.: Harvey McMurchey. Fulton.
N. Y.: C. C. Herman. Kansas City; Captain
Ben Elck. Sterling, 111.; A. N. Fox, Phil
adelphia; Ralph Kuss, Chicago;
Cockrllli Platte City, Mo. j Thomas J
hall. Kelthabura. III.: J. L. D. M
8t. Paul; H. C. Hlrschy, Minneapolis; J. L.
White, Chicago; H. B. Bates, Wldgetown,
unt.; Hi. it. rroiter, Kingsiev, ia. ; K. u.
Alklre. Wooklyn. O.; H. B. Hill, Aurora,
lnd.; R. S. 1 lodes, Columbus, U. ; E. M.
Stout, Clrclevllle, O.; E. L. KIlRore. New
York; A. C. Connor, Pekln, 111.; G. R. Gra
ham, Wlndemere, III.; t. W. Morfey,
Queens, N. Y.; L. J. Williamson, Milwaukee;
L. Foley. Nichols, Ia.; W. H. Heer, Con
cordia, Kan.; W. A. Baker. Griffin, Ga.;
Theodore Duckson, Springfield, 111.; W. R.
The Nltro-Powder handicap will be the
sweepstake event tomorrow. There are
815 men entered for this handicap tonight,
and the list probably will reach 400.
The shoot today lasted from 9 o'clock in
the morning uutll 6:30 tonight without In
termission, so It 1 probable that the race
tomorrow will be at ten or twelve birds In
stead of sixteen, as was originally Intended.
Manager Shaner announced tonight that
the entries. for the Grand American handi
cap number 467.
The Illinois Gun club of Springfield Is
asking for the Orand American handicap
next year. A delegation from that city Is
here, offered inducements to the shooters.
Branham, Texas, Is also represented by
a delegation trying to land the big event
Palrland Wist Handicap.
LONDON. March SI At h Mmi,
Ef meeting- today the Lanoashlre handi
cap steeplechase of J.OjO sovereigns, three
miles and a half, waa ton hv t'.iri.j
Arnold was second and Inquisitor was third
Fifteen horses started.
At the Kempton Park Easter meeting
today the Queen's prise, a handicap of l,5uo
sovereigns for 3-year-olds and upwards, one
mile and a quarter, was won by Wabun
Royal George was second and Bostonlan
was third. Ten horses started.
T Cart a Lola la Onn Day
tak Lazatlra Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggist refund tbe money If it falls t
curs. E. W. Grove's signature 1 on aaca
Morgan Endow I'hsrrb Home.
NEW YORK, March 31-On the eve of
the departure of J. Plerpont Morgan for
Europe It was announced that Tie had
given i)U,iM ror a aeaennuess' home for St.
UP'irgB a PHnsn
new i ork. It la a tn un-
nou need that
Mr. Morgan has purchased
n extensive library and art
btfta turning fray. A frlead sa any road lest kit
that ha waa. Fronting by hia eipertesce, I beg ta
I ksve the taae dark-ktowa carl, hair that I had at
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Carries the perfume of nat
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A trial of it will convince
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. james s. kirk & company,. ,
rain Water maker softens the hardest water
send ten cents for sample
tJfy writing to thai afael.
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10HN TILL0TI0N.M.0. m7 us Potaaal.m lodlna wilt In ana yaar. If )m try m tnatmaat ton
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"? ou ladls will use them, 1 recom
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sale by all Druggists
beaiars In tha U. 8. and
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Sold by Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
Ia as much superior to other
white floiting toaps as in
incandescent1 light is super
' ior to a tallow candle.
Three sizes laundry,
loc; bath and toilet. 501
oval toilet, 5c.
Cudotna primer, roataia
itg .irectiona fur Cudoaia'l
aiany tuci, teat Irat ob rae
The Cuoahy Packing Co.
Omih... Kintal City.
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Wednesday Night Thursday Matinee,
The latest muHlml. comedy success.
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Prices-Mat., 23c to II; night, 25c to tl M.
Matinees Wednesday. Saturday, Sunday,
2:16; every jitght, ;1S.
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
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Ixjulxe Ireamer, 3colt and Wilson, and
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