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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, H03.
Trlvate Bwagerty, Twenty-fourth In
Sergeant Aperlan, Twenty-fourth In
EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
Klaloeh Breeders Fifteen Day' Meet
Ing Open at St.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
Davis sells dru;s.
fltockert ell carpet.
Croyon enlarging;, SOS Broadway.
Expert watch repairing. Leffert, 409 B'y.
Celebrated Meta beer on tap. Neumajrer.
Diamond betrothal rings at Leffert', 409
14K and UK wedding ring at Leffert',
Wanted, a rompetent girl for general
housework. (19 Blzth avenue.
Mr. nnd Mr. J. W. Cnne left yesterday
to vlait friend at Bayfield, Wis.
Mrs. K. F. Watt left last evening for a
Visit with relative at Freeport. 111.
One-fourth to one-third off on pvrorraphy
outfit. C. E. Alexander c Co., S33 li way.
Countv Treasurer Arnd ha turned over
to City "Treasurer True 6,MU.07, being the
city' proportion of the July tax collection.
For rent, office room, ground floor: one
of the most central locations in the busi
ness portion of the city. Apply to The lies
Oeorge W. Rolph and family of 410 North
Twenty-sixth street nre home from an ex
tended trip to Chicago, Detroit and Cana
The wills of Alexander Rltter of thl city
and Casper Hrlch of Neola. la., were ad
mitted to probate by Judge Wheeler In
district court yesterday.
I H. Oreer of thl city ha filed a peti
tion in Voluntary bankruptcy. HI liabili
ties are listed at ll.si6, with asset valued
at $UH), claimed as exempt.
We contract to keep public or private
house free from roaches by the year. In
sect Exterminator Manufacturing company,
Council Bluffs, la.. Telephone V-6.H.
John Fabey, sentenced to eight month
In the pnnltentlnry for robbing a Rock
Island freight car last February, wns taken
to Fort AlaJlson yeaterday by Sheriff Cous
in. The Sunday school of the Second Presby
terian church will picnic thl afternoon at
Hannonm park, Omaha. Car will leave
the church at 1:46 p. m. and return from
the park at 7 p. m.
Peter Knocht, charged with robbing an
Illinois Central freight car, took a change
of venue to Justice Carson's court from
the police court yesterday. He will have
hi preliminary hearing this momlng.
A meeting of the Council Bluff Fish and
Game Protective association ha been called
for thl evening In Farmer' hall In the
county courthouse to elect a treasurer to
succeed J. I. Henry, who recently resigned
owing to his removal from this city.
"Stretch" Bird, charged with being one
of the principal in the recent holdup at
Grave' grocery store on Orahnm avenue,
took a change of venue yesterday from
police court to the court of Justice Carson,
where he will have a hearing; next Wednes
day. Word ha been received here of the death
of J. R. Doty in Freeport, 111. Mr. Doty
wa formerly in the employ of the Illinois
Central In this city, but had lately been
In the office of that company In Freeport.
He was a member of the Council Bluffs
lodge of Elks.
President Mynster ha called a meeting
of the Pottawattamie County Bar associa
tion tor Saturday morning to receive from
the committee the resolution on the death
of Flnley Hurke. which will be presented
to the court with the request that they be
pread on the court record.
Mr. Eva Brownlce yesterday brought
suit for divorce from Arthur Brownlee, to
whom ehe wa married In thl city Febru
ary 14 last, and whom she wa forced to
leave, she alleges. March 9. She asks that
her maiden name of Eva Oatrost be re
stored to her. The Plaintiff I a and the
defendant 23 year of age. They reside In
Plumbing and heating. Ulxby A Bon.
Preparing; for Carnival.
One of the busiest men In Council Bluffs
la Secretary Troutman of the street fair
and carnival OornmttUMx 4 The street fair
will open Monday, September 7, leaving but
a little more than three week In which to
get everything ready.. The committee, how
ever, haa been hard at work and moat of
the attraction have been contracted for.
There will be plenty of free shows thl
year, among the number being DeCorum's
novelty clrcua, the great Calvert, the world
renowned high ''wire artist; White and
La Mart, the eomedy knockabout comedian;
Shields and Inhoff, trick bicyclists, and
everal others. Covalt's band will give
Concerts afternoon and evening and there
will also be a bally hoo band of fifteen
piece, which will play up and down the
treat In which the booth will be located.
DeKreko Bros., with their street of India
and street of Cairo, which proved no
popular last year, have been re-engaged
(or this carnival. A hew attraction will be
Andrews' Glass Palace, In which the art
of weaving and crocheting glass and many
other wonderful things will be demon
strated. The Ferris wheel this year will
be larger and Enoch, the man fish, will
give exhibitions -afternoon and evening In
a large glass tank of water. Another new
attraction will be Glenn & Woterbury'a
electrical theater, In which magnificent
moving pictures will be shown.
The demand for booths has teen greater
than had been anticipated and the commit
tee has been obliged to arrange for the con
struction of a number of extra one thl
year. The commercial displays, It 1 ex
pected, will exceed those of last year In
The committee Is also arranging for sev
eral new features of which no announce
ment will be made. They will b In the
nature of surprises and visitors to the
street fair will be allowed to Investigate
them for themselves.
Company L, Election,
Colonel James Rush Lincoln of the Fifty
fifth regiment, Iowa National guard, has
Issued special order for an election by
Company L of Council Bluffs of a captain
to fill the vacancy caused by the resig
nation of Captain James E. Mather; for
a first lieutenant should a vucaacy occur
and for a second lieutenant to nil the va
cancy caused by the resignation of Lieu
tenant Judson. The election is to be held
Tuesday evening, August 18. In accord
ance with the orders from Colonel Lin
coln, Captain Mather yeaterday Issued the
following company order;
Pursuant with S. O. No. It, R. II., dated
August 11, ltktt, all members Company L.
Fifty-fifth Infantry, are hereby ordered to
report at the armory upon the 18th day of
August, isms, between the hours of ( and
p. m., to take part In an election of a
eantain. first lieutenant. If vacancy oc
curs, and SHcond lieutenant for Company
L. Fifty-fifth Infantry,
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were filed yesterday In
the abstract, title and loan office of Squire
Annia. 101 Pearl street:
T. T. True and wife to P. II. Wind,
lot 7, in Muck 1S3, original plat,
. c d t 1
L. A. Casper and wife to H. O. Wise,
lot 7, block 24, Ferry add., w. d 100
John Lafferty and wife to Thomas
Cavannugh, sM, lot 11 and lii lot
12, block ZS, Neola. w. d JOO
County treasurer to L. F. Crofoot,
lot 1. Mock 6: lots 1. S and I, block
t: lot . block 11, and lot . block
fa, Baylls Palmer' adj.: lots
I .n.l It t,l,iV 1 an, I lota I in l
Mock I, May lie e 1st adU., I a
Four transfers, total 1 1.U40
Licenses to wed were Issued to the fol
lowing: Name and Residence. Are
Joseph Herram. llenson. Neb IK
Fiances Zavodsky, Benson, Neb ti
Ixmls Moskowits. Omaha T!
Helen T. Gilbert. Council Bluffs i2
It Pearl St Council Bluff a 'Phono
PYTHIAN SESSIONS ENDED
Grand Lodge Vo'.si Down tho Sanitarium
Project by Big Majority.
SHELDON WINS UNIFORM RANK DRILL
Rathbone Sisters Elect Officers for
Ensalna Year anal Also Con
clnde Their Business
After one of the most successful meeting
In Its history In point of attendance and
In other respect the Iowa grand lodge,
Knights of Pythian, concluded its business
yesterday afternoon and adjourned. Before
dissolving the delegate by resolution ex
pressed extreme satisfaction at the manner
In which they had been' entertained while
In Council Bluffs and tendered their sincere
thanks to atl who had assisted to make
their visit In the city a pleasant and profit
The Pythlans of Iowa will not establish
a sanitarium for the members of the order
at Colfax, at least not for several years,
and It Is doubtful If the project will ever
be revived. The sanitarium proposition,
although backed by large and influential
delegate from Colfax and De Moines,
met with decisive defeat at the morning
session, at which It had been made a
special order of business. Its defeat was
a surprise to those who had been boosting
the project, as surface Indications, were
that It would carry at this meeting of the
grand lodge. Its supporters, however, were
doomed to disappointment, as the proposi
tion on being put to a vote was defeated
by two to one.
The defeat of the proposition was due
to the fact that those who opposed It did
so fearing that the management of such
an Institution would lead to more or less
disagreements and ultimately prove a
source of never-ending trouble to the order
and the grand lodge In particular.
The greater part of yesterday's session
was devoted to considering the revised
constitution and statute a printed In the
Journal of the last year's meeting and
recommended by .the Judiciary committee.
They were adopted with but a few amend
ments of minor Importance.
The matter of formulating a plan for
changing the method of electing the grand
lodge officers was referred to the Incoming
Judiciary committee to report on at next
The bond of Grand Master of the Ex
chequer O'Connell was placed at 130,000.
J. M. Butler of Muscatine was appointed
by Grand Chancellor Molsberry a member
of the grand tribunal to succeed J. B.
Wheeler of Adel.
The newly elected offloer were Installed
by Past Grand Chancellor B. W. Weeks of
Sheldon Company Wins Prise.
Sheldon company of the Fourth regiment,
Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias, carried
off the first prise for the best drilled com
pany at the prise drill yesterday afteraqon
at Lake Manawa. Captain J. B. Frlsboe
was In command of the company and the
drill put up by his men was almost per
fect, the Judges scoring the company. 9T
per cent. The prise awarded the Sheldon
company was $150 In cash.
Valley Junction company of th Third
regiment. In command of Captain DeFord,
won the second prise of tlOO with 96.8 per
cent The third prise of I7B went to Daven
port company of the Second regiment, in
command of Captain Lindsay, with 4.J
The prise of $50 for the company coming
the longest distance was awarded to Daven
port company, and the prise of $50 for
the largest company In camp was won by
Atlantio company of the Third regiment,
under Captain Emerson. The Atlantic com
pany, which was but recently organized,
made a most excellent showing with It
new uniforms and military bearing of the
members, but It had not had' sufficient
training to carry off any of the prises for
drill. In the prise drill It was scored 93$
The judge were Lieutenant Colonel N. B.
Tyrrell of the Uniform Rank, Major Mat
Tlnley of the Fifty-fifth regiment, Iowa
National Quart., and First Lieutenant Paul
Van Order of Company U Fifty-fifth regi
ment, Iowa National guard. The parade
was witnessed by a large crowd and the
companies were heartily cheered a they
went through the Intricate evolutions and
different sword exercises.
Rathbone Bister Officers.
The grand temple, Rathbone Sisters of
Iowa, concluded its thirteenth annual con
vention yesterday afternoon after electing
the following officers: Grand chief, Mrs.
Llnnle Fiero of Osceola; grand senior, Mrs.
Ella Welch of Oto; grand Junior, Mrs. 8.
Elisabeth Nelson of Ames; grand mistress
of records and correspondence, Mrs. Effle
E. Parsons of Marlon; grand mistress of
finance, Mrs. Clara McQulston of Des
Moines; grand protector, Mrs. Frank Por
terneld of Atlantic; grand guard, Mrs.
Laura J. Kellet of Davenport; representa
tive to supreme temple, Mrs. Rebecca I.
Robinson of Oelweln; alternate, Mrs. Alice
Baylan of Eldora.
The grand officers were Installed immedi
ately following the election.
In the absence of Mr. Carrie J. Hunter
of Newton, grand chief, Mr. Ella Welch,
grand senior, presided over the sessions of
the grand temple. The grand temple degree
was conferred upon eighty-six past chiefs
and delegates by Mrs. Abble Biggs, as
sisted by Mrs. L. Fiero.
Mrs. Belle Quintan, supreme chief of the
order, recommended that at th next meet
ing of the Iowa grand temple any woman
relative of a Knight of Pythias be deemed
admlssable to membership In th grand
Previous to the business session In the
morning a lodge of sorrow for deceased
members was held. I
The Iowa brigade. Uniform rank, held it
last meeting yesterday afternoon at brigade
headquarters In Camp Manchester and ex
tended a unantmoua vote of thanks. to the
cltlsens and knights of Council Bluffs for
the generous and courteous treatment ac
corded during the encampment.
The brigade will break camp this morn
ing and the members of th several com
panies will leave for their homes. A
number of the Sir Knights left last evening
after the prise drill, but nearly 200 remained
In camp last night. The closing social
feature of the encampment was the grand
military ball at Lake Manawa last night,
which was attended by several hundred of
the delegates to the Pythian grand lodge
and Rathbone Bisters grand temple.
Arm Crashed by Train.
Matthew Wenne, an 11-year-old boy, living
at SOU South Seventh street, Omaha, had
his right arm crushed by a freight train
on the Union Pacific dump, near Thirty
oftn street, yeaterday afternoon and was re
moved to the Woman's Christian Assocla-
tlon hospital where It was found necessary
to amputate the member at the elbow.
Young Wenne and two companions about
his own age crossed the bridge on a meat
train. Intending to go fishing in Spoon lake.
It Is said they were chased from the train
by the brakemen and that In Jump'og
young Wenne stumbled and fell with his
arm across the rail. The boy's mother
Is said to have been killed a few months
ago by a Bu"llngton train In Omaha, leav
ing him and a younger sister to the care
of the father.
Special Train to Rennlon.
The Counril Bluffs delegation to the
fourth annual reunion of the national so
ciety. Army of the Philippines, at Bt. Paul,
August $1 to September 1, will go In a spe
cial train from here over the Illinois Cen
tral. General Irving Hale has written
Secretary Sumner Knox that he and a large
delegation from Colorado wfll arrive in
Council Bluffs In time to go on the special
train from here, captain Cosgrove of Lin
coln, with a delegation of sixty men from
Nebraska, will also go on the special train
from here. At Fort Dodge Governor Cum
mins and staff and the delegation from the
east end of the state will board the train.
From advices received by Becretary Knox
it la expected that the special train will
carry at least twelve Pullman. Wal Mc
Fadden's drum and fife band will accom
pany the Council Bluffs delegation.
Young Man Make Mistake).
Ed Doolan, a young man living at Third
street and Fourteenth avenue, rushed
breathless into the police station lost night
at t o'clock with a story of how two bold,
bad highwaymen had attempted to hold
him up about a block from his home.
Doolan said he was walking In the middle
of the street pushing his bicycle In front
of him when the two men Jumped from a
dark spot and called out to him to stop.
Doolan, Instead of stopping Jumped on his
wheel and rode as hard as he could to the
police station. Later It developed that
the two bold highwaymen were Detectives
Harding and Moore, who were on the look
out for a couple of men and In the darkness
mistook Doolan and his wheel for two men.
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel SO. Night, TW.
Evidence I Hot SntHcient.
PES MOINES, Ia Aug. IS. A special
from Oskaloqsa states that Bert Sheppard,
who was arrested for the murder of Arthur
Meade, who was shot by a bandit In a
holdup at West Liberty three months ago,
has been released, the evidence being
deemed Insufficient by the Muscatine Jus
tice before whom he wa arraigned today.
Sheppard's father is a wealthy Oskaloosa
Fraternal Order Meet In Slonx City.
SIOUX CITT. Ia., Aug. li.-About 00
member of fraternal orders from all over
the state are here today attending the big
"fraternal" picnlo arranged by the Ancient
Order of United Workmen and Modern
Woodmen of America. Excursion trains
from all over the state arrived early, bring
ing large crowds. U. G. Whitney of Sioux
City, president of the State County Attor
neys' association, delivered an address.
Guardsmen In Camp.
CEDAR FALLS, Ia, Aug. 13. (Special
Telegram.) The Fifty-third regiment, Iowa
National Guard, went Into camp today for
eight days, with Colonel Dows ot Cedar
Rapids In command.
Booth Dakota PostofOce Robbed.
SIOUX FALLS, S. D.. Aug. 1$. (Special
Telegram.) The postofflce at Sherman,
near Sioux Falls, was robbed this morning.
The office was in the general store of Berg
& Estenson and the safe was blown open.
Notes to the value of $1,600, $300 In oash
and $150 worth of stamps were carried
away. The robbers escaped, leaving no
PICKED UP INAN OPEN BOAT
Small Boy I Rescned Twelve Hun
dred Mile from tho
NEW YORK. Aug. 13.-The Morgan line
steamer Eldorado, which arrived hero to
day from Galevston, had on board a 12-year-old
boy, who was found adrift In an
open boat about 1,200 miles off Georgia on
August 10. He was naked and almost dead
After be had been revived somewhat he
told Captain Prescott that, with two other
boys, he was fishing outside th harbor of
Havana whn the boat adrift. Two of tho
lads swam ashore. The other boy was un
able to swim so far and remained In the
boat without food or water until picked up
Ir. W. I. riayfalr.
LONDON, Aug. 11-Dr. W. 8. Playfair,
the noted specialist In women's diseases and
authority on obstetrics, died at St. An
drews, Scotland, today. He waa defendant
in a slander suit which oreated some stir
several years ago, wben he waa mulcted In
$160,000 damages. The plaintiff, named Kit
son, was the brother-in-law of Dr. Play
fair, who was adjudged to have slandered
the plaintiff's wife.
PLATTSMOUTH. Neb., Aug. 13.-(Spe-clal.)
Jake Btull. about 43 years of age,
died very suddenly at his home a few miles
northwest of this city last evening. He
was in this city In the evening about 8
o'clock, but soon after returning home told
his wife be was going to the river. As he
attempted to get Into the euggy again he
fell over and died within a few minutes.
Besides a wife he leaves five children, th
youngest being only t weeks old.
. ' , Mia Olive Grant.
BEATRICE. Neb.. Aug. l$.-(8peclal.)
Word was received here yesterday an
nouncing the death of Mia Olive Grant, a
former resident of this city, which occurred
at her horn at Seattle, Wash. Prior to her
removal to Washington Miss Grant taught
in the Beatrice public scnools for many
years and was known to many In this city
and county. The message did not state tho
cause ot her death.
STELLA. Neb., Aug. lJ.-(Speclal.)-Ed-ward
Lu Ik hart, cashier of the bank at
Tllden, Neb., and Miss Ruby Hogrefe of
this place were married at the residence
of the bride's parents yesterday evening at
8 o'clock. A number of out-of-town friends
of the groom were present from Omaha
and Tllden. The young couple took the
night train for Hot Springs. 8. D., for a
brief outing. They will be at home at Tllden
after October 1.
STELLA, Neb., Aug. 1$. -(Special.)
Fred Reln:ers and Miss Luella Morlts were
married yesterday at the home ot the
bride's parents In th'.s city.
Will wake ton rorl Yonnar.
Electric Bitter sr a marvelous tonic,
and work wonder for a weak, run-down
system. Try them. Only Ma. Tor sal by
Kuha at C. -
RAILROADS ARE TOO LATE
Assessment is Made Before Injunction
. Papers Are Served on Board.
FATHER AND SON ARE TO BE REUNITED
Separated Daring Slavery Day W hen
tho Son, Now Himself an Old Man,
Wa Only Ktne Year
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, Aug. 13. (Speelal.)-In-Junctlon
suits brought by those who were
not satisfied with the assessment of rail
road property by the state executive coun
cil recently appear to have all come too
late to secure a test of the questions at
Issue In tho manner contemplated by the
Injunction seekers. The owners of the In
terurban railroad from Waterloo to Cedar
Falls asked for a restraining order to pre
vent the secretary of the executive council
from certifying the assessment of the prop
erty entire as an lnterurban Una, as it was
claimed that the portion within corpora
tion limits should be treated for taxation
purposes as a city railway. But the notice
came after the assessment had been made
and the certification was complete. The
company has since, filed an amended state
ment of Its business, In which It Is stated
that the taxes paid last year amounted to
$248, and that the receipts amounted to
$85,638.14, and the expenses to $48,0(9.60. The
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad
company filed a petition for injunction to
prevent assessment of the Muscatine-Rut-ledge
cut-off, claiming that this was not
properly a railroad until It Is actually
operated as a railroad, and that It should
not have been assessed for this year since
it is not now in operation. A matter of
some $87,000 Is involved here, but it is now
stated that no papers were In fact served
until after the assessment had been com
plete and the clerical work ot certifying
out had been done.
Plan for Vnique Rennlon.
Henry Tollver, colored, of this city, is
preparing to go to Leavenworth, Kan., to
meet his father, and Toliver's friends are
circulating a subscription paper to raise
money to help defray his expense. Th
two have nrt met lnce before the war.
The senior Tollver was sold as a slave
when Henry waa only year old and they
have not met since. It 1 alleged that the
father I now 127 years old, but hi exact
age Is unknown, though it Is known he haa
passed the century mark.. The younger
man' Is himself old and feeble and desires
to go to meet his aged father after so long
Charley Lewis, under arrest at Missouri
Valley, Is to bo taken back to Oklahoma.
Officers from the territory secured a
requisition this morning authorizing them
to take Lewis out of th state. He Is
wanted in Custer oounty, Oklahoma, for
There wa filed ' with the secretary of
state today the articles of Incorporation of
the Clinton Baser Ball association, with
$2,800 capital, by H. J. Lanaghan and
Wot Finding the OH.
Boring for natural gas or oil has Just
been abandoned lh Louisa county, gome
years ago natural gas wa found and some
evidences of oil and a company waa
formed, chiefly among farmers In the vi
cinity of Letts, and much prospecting
done. The company found nothing and has
Just wound up Its affairs after an expend
iture of about $6,000. Boring for oil In
Bremer county near Ftedrrka has likewise
been abandoned and the field declared un
productive. A company is engaged bor
ing for oil In Sao county, but one or two
borings have been made without result and
the drillers are moving on. The state geo
logical department Is confident that there
Is no oil in Iowa and that all boring is
waste of effort, and the work thus far
done is bearing out this statement.
Labor Tent at Fair.
For the first time In Its history organ
ised labor In Des Molnea will have a head
quarter on the state fair grounds. The
Trades assembly po decided, last night by
unanimous vote. To carry out th order
a committee was named who will secure a
big tent, signs, tables and chairs, and se
lect a spot for the headquarters. A. L.
Urlck, who Is president of the State Fed
eration of Labor; Gus Miller, secretary of
the assembly, and J. C. By ram are tho
committee. Laboring men from every town
in the state and from other states will find
a welcome In this headquarters. They can
secure literature, learn of time and plaoe
of meetings of unions and will be at liberty
to make themselves at home on every day
ot the fair.
TWENTY-SECOND SHOWS WELL
Haa Three High Men In Rifle Com
petition and Six Among tho
LEAVENWORTH. Kan., Aug. 13. (Spe
cial Telegram.) The infantry rifle shooting
of the Department ot the Missouri was held
under favorable weather today, notwith
standing the heavy rainstorm of last night.
The wind wa only thre mile an hour
and fairly steady. The shooting waa
at known distances, from 200 to 600
yards. In the morning It was a slow fire
and rapid fire in the afternoon. Colonel
Wlgant, commander at Fort Leavenworth,
visited the camp this afternoon and stated
he would have all the troop, engineers,
cavalry, artillery and Infantry parade Sat
urday evening In honor of the marksmen
when the department medals would b dis
tributed. Sergeant Young of th Twenty-seoond
lesd again today. The score for the two
days' regular shooting of th twelve highest
men Is as follows; Sergeant Young, Com
pany B, Twenty-second Infantry, $48; Ser
geant Buebery, Company B, Twenty-seoond,
lit; Corporal Vlckey, Company C. Twenty
second, 642; Lieutenant Smith, Sixth, 632;
Sergeant Fox, Company M, Twenty-fifth,
628; Corporal Smith, Company C, Twenty
fifth, 626; Captain Poors, Sixth, 119; Corporal
Tate, Company K, Twenty-fifth, 615; Ser
geant Hanson, Company C, Sixth, 607; Lieu
tenant Sheldon, Twenty -second, 601; Musi
cian Riggs, Company M, Twenty-second,
M; Lieutenant Graham, Twenty-seoond, 488.
WEICK LOSES HIGH PLACE
Sergeant Hawkln low Lead la th
rort Sheridan Military
CIIICAOO. Aug. 13. The rifle competition
of the Department of th Lake and th
Dakota was continued at Fort Sheridan
today. Skirmish firing at $00, 300, 360, 400,
600 and 8u0 yards was th program.
At the close of the day the five highest
Sergeant Hawkins, Twenty-fourth Infan
Corporal Cole. Twentieth Infantry, ST.
P.lTaie Welck. Twentieth lufaaUy. Ia4
BT. LOUI8, Mo Aug. 13.-The Klnloch
Breeders' association opened a llfteen days'
meeting nt Klnloch park today. Results:
First race, one and a halt furlonns; purse:
Ben Ailklns, won; Mag ISolan, second; Mll
klrk, third. Time, 1:11.
Second race, six furlongs; selling: Bud-wt-lser,
won; Mallory, second; Mlmo, third.
Third race, one mile and seventy yards;
selling: Exnpo, won; Falso, second; Ben
Hemstend, third. Time, 1:53.
Fourth race, one and a sixteenth miles,
handicap: Jordan, won; Toby Tosa, second;
Eva U , third. Time, 1:64.
Fifth race, seven furlongs, purse: Alflo,
won; Sweet Dream, second; Doeskin, third.
Sixth race, one and one-eight miles, sell
ing: Nearest, won; South Jjreese, second;
Menace, third. Time, 2:UUV.
CHICAGO, Aug. 13. Results:
First race, six furlongs, Outway, won;
Awsy Right, second; Our Chap, third. Time,
Second race, six and one-half furlongs:
Itardolph, won; Incubator, second; Hudson,
third. Time, 1:21.
Third race, five and one-half furlongs:
Proviso selling stakes: Nannie Hodge, won,
Pa I to, second; Father Tallent, third. Time,
Fourth race, six and one-half furlongs:
McOee, won; English Lad, second; Callant,
third. Time, 1:1S-
Fifth race, mile: C. B. Campbell, won;
Bard ot Avon, second; Bab, third. Time,
Sixth race, mile: Christine A., won;
Miracle 11., second, Fullback, third. Time,
SARATOGA, N. T.. Aug. 23 Results:
First race, seven furlongs: Hermis, won;
Mollie Brane, second; Rlgodon, third. Time,
Second race, five and one-half furlongs:
W heard, won; Grenada, second; Hoceo,
third. Time, 1:10.
Third race, mile: Ynrdarm. won; Bad
News, second; Payne, third. Time, 1:42H.
Fourth race, the Amsterdam: Virgin Boll.
won; Elsie L second Tarn O Bhanter, third.
Fifth race, six furlongs: Wotan, won;
Toledo, second; Longsliot, third. Time,
Bixtn race, mile ana one-sixteentn on turr:
Flying BhlD.won: Stamping Ground, second:
Carbuncle, third. Time, 1:5(1.
BUFFALO, Aug. 13. Coruscate estab
lished a new Cnnadlnn record by going a
mile In l:S8Vi. Results:
First race, seven furlongs: Tom Kings
ley, won; Circus Girl, second; John, third.
Second race, six furlongs: volition, won;
Dlmontla. second: Exculu. third. Time.
Third race, mile: Coruscate, won; AIlo-
rath, second; Bankstreet, third. Time,
Fourth race, five furlongs: Jigger, won;
Hot, second; BInhelio. third. Time, 1:274.
Fifth race, six furlongs: Banuto, won;
Louise Collier, second; Dynasty, third.
Sixth race, one and three-sixteenth mile:
Outsider, won; Lady of the Weit, second;
Lombre, third. Time. 2:01.
EVENTS ON TROTTING TRACKS
Major Del mar Lowers One Mile Record
by Three-Qoarters of a
NEW TORK. Aug. 13 Major Delmar
went against his own record of l:0 and
made the mile In 2:04. Results:
The Mount Vemon stake, $6,000, 2:12 trot:
BUly Buck. b. g., by St. Clair, dam by
Cleveland (Geers) 1 1
Tiverton, b. g. (Howell) 4 3
Promise, blk. h. (Andrews) 3 4
Hawthorne, rn. m. (Hudson) $ 6
Frances B ch. m, (Snow) S t
Van Candt, b. m. (Devereaux) 6 (
Direct View, b. h. (Walker) da
Time: 2:074, 2:084.
Special: Major Delmar to beat his own
record ot 2:04. Time: 0:32. 1:02, l:32h.
Class 2:17, pace, purse $1,000:
Al Bock. b. h.. by Ned Wood (Curry).. 1 1
Ebony King, blk. g. (Bogaah) S 2
Elmush, b. g. (Walker) .2 $
Money Munk, b. h. .McFherson) 4 4
Governor Plngree, b. g. (McLugan) .... S 6
Lucie May, b. rrw (Cox) ds
Time: 2:08, 2:09.
Class 2:13, trot, purse $1,000:
Judge Green, b. g.. by Directum, dam
by Anteeo, Jr. c Walker) 1 1
Bessie Blrchwood, ch. m. (MoGuire).. i
Bermuda Muld, b. m. (McCarty) 10 t
Redwood, gr. h. (Renick) $ 4
Miss Overton, b. m. (Maxfleld) 4 10
Joe N, blk. g. (Andrews) t t
Crown Prince, ch. g. (B. Kenny) t 6
Lillian R. ch. m. (Shelly) 6 11
Yankee Boy, blk. g. (Greer) 7 ,7
Nlco II. br. h. (Cox) B
Annie Little, br. m. (Fleming) ...11 I
Alberto, ch. g. (Dlckerson) ds
Time: 2:11, 2:12.
Class 2:08, pace, purse $1,200:
Nervolo. b. h., by Colbert, dam by
Allle Gaines (Hudson) Ill
SufTreet. blk. m. (Eckers) $11
Joe Pointer, b. h. (McClary) 3 2 4
Pauline, b. m. (Snow) 4 S S
Cubanola, blk. h. (Geers) $ 10 ro
Albert, rn. g. (McDonald) t 4 ro
Gyp Walnut, br. g. (J. Kennedy) .. T S ro
Dandy Chimes, b. h. (Curry) ...... 6 t ro
Blrdina. b. m. (Davis) 10 6 ro
Trilby Direct, b. m. (Walker) 8 7 ro
Oscar L, ch. g. (Ware) 11 11 ro
Don, b. g. (McPherson) dls
Time: :06, 2:06, 2:06.
DAVENPORT, la,, Aug. 18. Races post
American Yacht Takes Cnp,
4 ,...v.. . v., . iuqt . i! . , ..u .... II, . ...
American skippers proved effective Ironde
quet today, taking the fifth and deciding
race for the Canada cup from Strathcona,
The tropny accordingly crosses tne line.
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