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THE OMAHA' DAILY BEE: riUDAY. DECEMBER 4. 190.1.
1'OH a l,H-MIf F.I.I.A3KOI a.
AK BED. complete; bargain. AIfo
heater, will sen nl sacnnee. Inquire
. KIS Chics. W-Mrt.l
BLACK HILLS roTATOfcB. New York ep
plea, home-grown celery. Special attrn
tlon to phone order. Prompt deilveiy.
UurTett At Bon, 14th and Hainey.
TUB Regent shoe la always reliable and
can be got at the old stand, 'if South
I6th itrivL H 50 and ft! .50. 4x
FOR BALE Oliver typewriter; used one
tear; mnat aril quick; a bargain. Address
K 12. Bee Office. Q Mint in
WOOD S.Orai rorda of cottonwood for Bale.
Inquire but iath at., Kant Umaha.
THIS WEEK'S ISSUES,
Can b obtained a( The Bee business office.
2C PER COPT.
Johnson Institute, 615 N. T. Life. bids. T. 1164
- i -45
Tha Hunt Infirmary, McCagu bldg. T.W.I
Ataen 6 rarwcll. 1'axtoa MIL. 604-7. T. 1!S.
DR. GRACE LEEOAN. 113? N. Y. Life. Tal.
2. t - - -461
Fayctta Cola.. Osteopath, fra Pa Hon Week!
' WITHOUT PAIN
By W. C. Maxwell, M. D..
Graduate of Bellerue Hospital Medical Col
lege of New York City.
S24- fiee Building, OmaliH, Neb.
Private Reception Room for Jjidlaa.
LIQUOR HABIT CLflF.D In 3 days pt.y
tliMi cured; no i. podermlcs. Write for
. booklet. Oatlin )",l!tute. S. 14th at
DACINO ACADUtf V.
WINTKR term at Morand'a for' children,
beginner. But.. Dr. A. in a.
I p. m.; adult beginners Tuesday and Frl-
oaysp. m.;new n;,nce r Money mnnn at
assemblies ererr Wednesday t p m. Tel.
1041.' Reduced prices for thla month.
... ,MM 4:
CHAMBERS' New Academy, '.'llM Karnam.
Adult beginners, Mortdnys and Saturdays,
p. m.; assemblies, Wednesday, 1:30 p.
m. ; children beginners, Wednesdays. 4 p.
m., Saturdays, ! p. m,: advanced. Satur
day only, 4 p. m. "Phone, F-JS71; res,,
LOST Fox terrier, white, with black murk
on bark, black tall, black apota on back
of head, will respond to the name of Sport.
I Winkler, 111 N Huh. Loet-S 4x
LOST, between 23d and Davenport and 15th
and DotiRtaa, Indies - brooch, act with
pearla. with diamond In center. Return
to Cashier Calumet - restaurant and get
reward. Ixt Stj 6
HORTHAM) AD TTfEWRtTISU.
A. Q. TAN BANT'S achool. TIT N. Y. T.lfe.
... . -tW
NEB. Business at Shorthand College.- Itovd's
t!veHtT. ' 41S
I. AW AKD COLLECTIONS.
BTILLMAN & PRICK, 4)0 1st, Nat. bk.- blilg.
NEW SNOW-CHURCH. CO.. 1st floor N. Y.
Lite bldg.. attorneys and coluctora er-
where. 'I ' ., - - --W3;,
Arthur iTtVarrirk, 401 Ware'blk Tel.TiS i
If. J. COWQ1LL No fea unless successful.
31S 8. Iftth St., OmaliH. Tel. 1798. 1 38.U
PATENTS Sues A Co., Omahn. Net.
luwli-Hted patent book free. Tel. hsi.
M 570 D?Sx
THUS. J. KELLY, voice. Davldga block.
LETOVSKY'B ORCHESTRA. Tel. L-2W4.
BKCHTOLD'S union orchestra. 11 S. Mth
at. MaOO Jl
IN families. Miss Sturdy. 309 N. 2Sd.
JOT Talloi Bchool, 3M 8. 20th. Tel. L2167.
WILD exchange beautiful upright piano In
rgOOfl condition for nor. or particular
address X l. Bee. . - . . z 60 !
CM. Van Slot. Co., 111H Farn. Tela. 165I-M3.
C. R. HF.FLIN, SOI N. 16th t. Tel. 174.
. . , . M-4M
MMH. SMITH, batha.
118 N 15, 2d floor, r. 2
J. K. WALLACE. Taxidermist. 4 S. 13th.
Cl'T-ftATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. II. Pliilbln. 1&06 Farnam. 'Phon 7M.
!'. ' ' --'i... I i -r
I'ateraon Lundberg, 1U a. 17th. Tel. L-2V4.
Theatrical and niasq. Lleben. 1011 Fa run m.
CAPT; T. CORMACK, 117 Karbach block,
Tel. A-lSWi 40
(Should b read DAILY by all InUraaUd,
a etianges may occur at any time.)
Foreign mall for the week ending De
cember 1. 19u. will close (PROMPTLY tn
all cae at tho General Postornce a foi-
low: f AKCKLB-rUai' MAILS CUM Oil
liour earlier than 'cloalna lime shown be
low. Parcel-Post MlU fur Germany doe
at I p. in. Monday, par a. a Kronprin
Wllhelm; WeUnca.Uy, per . . Neckar;
Friday, per a. a. Pretoria.
Regular and auppUMuoutary mall closa
at Foreign Station half hour later than
closing time sbowu below (except that Kup
piementary Malls for Euro pa and Central
Anieriua, via Culon, vloa oua hour later at
FRIDAY At 30 p. m. for AZORES ISL
ANDS, per a. a Romanic, from Boston.
SATURDAY At I ai a. m. tor IRELAND
r a a. Etrurla, via Uueenatowo (mall
for other parta of Europe muat b di
t paria 01
per a a. h.1
reeled "per a a. Ltrurla"): at a. m. for
El HOPE. per a. a. PhiludelDhla. via
ttotitnsmpiou; at 7:30 a. un. for ITALY
direct, per a. Prlna Adellwrt (mall must
be directed "pr a. a. Prlna Adalbert");
at I a. m lor BCOTLANl dlmct. per
a. . Astoria (mail must be dire, ted "per
r. a AstorU"); at .ju a. in. for BE!.
UIUM direct per a a Finland iuull muat
be directed 'Ver . a Finland").
After the closing of the' Supplementary
Transatlantic Mail named above, aail-
posTorruK ioth i!.
tlonal Supplementary Mails 'are opened
on the pie of the American, English,
French and German steamers, and re
main open until within len Minutes of
the hour of Bailing of steamer.
Malta for Month and teatral Aaaerlca,
Weat InHlea. Rte.
FRIDAT At .30 a. m. for NEWFOUND
LAND, per a. a. Roaallnd; at 7 p. m. for
NEWFOUNDLAND, per a. 8. Sicilian,
SATURDAY At ft 30 a. m for BRAZIL,
per a. a. Tennyaon. via I'ernambuco Ka
ma, Rio Janeiro and Santpa 'mail for
Northrn Hraill, Argentine, T. ruguay and
I'araaiiiiy muat be directed "per a. a.
Tennj eon"); at :J a. m. (aupplementary
It SO a. m.) for CURACAO and VENE
ZUELA, per a. a. Maracalho (mall for
Savanilla and Cartnaena munt l)e di
rected "'per a a. Miiracalbo"!; at 9 a. m.
fnr IORTO RI , per a. a. Ponce, via
Ban Juan; at 9:30 a. m. (aupplementary
It 0 a. m for FORTUNE ISLAND. JA
MAICA. SAVANILLA. CARTAGENA
and (1REVTOWN. per a. a. Valeria
(mall ftir f'nata- Rtca muat be directed
'.'per a. Valencia"); at :3l a. m. (aup-
piementurv w i a. m.i ror hi. tmumah,
BT. URtilX. LEEWARD and WIND
WARD ISLANDS. BRITISH. DUTCH
and FRENCH OUIANA. per a. a. Korona
(mall for Granada and Trinidad muat be
directed "per a. a. Korona"); at 9:0 a. tn.
(aupplementary 10:30 a. m.) for INAGl'A
ana HAITI, per a. a. Flandrla (mail for
Port an Prince, Aus Cayea and Ja-me'i
mimt be dlre'tcd "per a. a. Flandrla");
at 10 a. m. fm CUBA, per a. a. Mexico, via
Havana; at 10 u. m. for HAITI, per a. a.
Oiarje Naanau (mall for Curacao, Vene
nata. Ttinldnd. lirttlah and Dutch Guiana
muat be dlre ted "per a. a. Oran.le N
aai '); at 10 a m. for ARGENTINE,
URUGUAY and PARAGUAY, per a a.
Mall Forwarded Overland, Etc., Ex
CUBA Via. Florida, cloaea oc thla office,
dally, except Thuraday, at a:30 a. tn. (the
connecting malla closo here on Wcdnea
Aa and Haturday vtn Tampa, , and on
Mondnya via Vamli.
MEXICO CITY Overliind. unlea apedally
addreaaed for dfxpatch by ateamer, clneea
at thH office daily, except Sunday, at 1:30
p. tn. and 11:30 P. m. Sundays at 1:00 p.
m. and 11 p. m.
NEWFOUNDLAND Py rail to North Syd-
. ney. and thence hy steamer, closea at thla
office dnlly at 6:30 p. m. (connecting mulls
clone here every Monday, Wednesday and
JAMAICA By rail tn Boston, and thenee
by Kieamer, closes ui thtr. office at t.'M p.
m, every Tuesday.
Bv rail to Philadelphia nnd thence hy
steamer, cloaes at thla offloe at 11:80 p. m.
every Wednepdny. t
MIQITEIX)N--By rail in Boston, and thenea
by steamer, closea at thla office dally at
:) p: m . ' ' -
BELIZE. PUERTO OORTEZ and
GUATEMALA By roll to New Orleans,
and thenca by steamer, t lonea at thla of
fice daily, except Sunday, at 1:30 p. m.
and and p. m., Stindaya at 1:90
p, n:. and 111:30 p. m.: (eonneetlna; mall
cIompb here Mondays at 11:30 p. m l.
COSTA RICA By rail to New Orleans, nnd
Ihenca by ateamer, closes at this office
datlv, except Sunday, at 11:30 p. m. and
111:30 p. m., Sundays at 1:00 p. m. and
111:) p. m. (connecting1 mall closes hera
Tnesdnvs at iX W P m.).
IP.EGIKTeRED MAIL closea at p. m.
NEW ZEALAND. AUSTRALIA Cexce.it
West). , )Y . , J , FIJI,
close Iwrn-riallv at :M) t. m. un to Tm.
cemher 5, In.'l'uHlve. for dispatch per a. !
. Ventura. (If :ha Cunard atamer carry- I
'c..1":. "VVVj; ."Vina. J;7.n.oa:a,, ?
ttils dispatch, extra malls closing at 5:30 Arapahoe aa poatmacter and thai! he be
u.' m. and :) a. m. and 6:) p m.; Bun- aouglit Sonator Dietrich's Influence. ax the
wWmndoVaml appointment. Another- candidate -wa.
arrival of the CUiiard ateamer.)
AUSTRALIA 'except West) FIJI ISL-
rtrtr.ert on:vi v'a Vancouver and Vie. I
toria, B. C, close here dally at I 30 p. m. I
up to December r. Inclusive, for d sputch
r&twi h lip'iv vi- s.att. h.M
dally nt (:3 p. m. up to Decmri,r. IS, I
inclusive, for dlsoatch per a. a. Hvades.
HAWAII, via -Kan Francisco, close hera
dally at 0:30 p. m. tip to December I2,
!n"'UHlve. for dispatch per .. Alameda.
HA.v'AIl. JAPAN. CHINA and PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS, via San Francisco, nlo
here d.iilv at l:30 r- in. tip to December
17. inclusive, for dlmtch per a. a. China
CHINA and JAPAN, via vii-ieonver and
Victoria. B C.. close V.ere.dallr at 0:30 n.
in. up to December 22. inclusive for dls-
patcn per s, a. r;mjress. or; inuia. inaer
chandise ' TO' l.nttod Mates Postal
sgency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded I
HAWAII, JAPAN. CHINA and PHILIP-
FINK islands, via Kan rrancisc.i,
close, here dally at :; p m up to Do-J jn apwarance yesterday morning, mak
.f,Dorc,l7 ;nclu8lv'' ft,r -Pch.P a- ,nK ,ome alf a dozen now hre. t
THILIPPTNE ISLANDS, via nan Fran-
ctsro. close here dally at :S0 p. in. up to I
December t'il, luclualve, for dispatch per I
V H transDcrt. I
TAHITI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS, via
Han rranctsoo close nere oai.y at s:ut p.
m. un to January II. inclusive, for I
dispatch per a, Mariposa.
NOTE tTnlcsB otherwise, addressed. West
Australla- la forwarded -via Europe, -and
New Zealand and Phllipidnes via Bn
Franclso the aulckeat routes. - Phllln- I
ulnes specially addressed "via Canada" I
t.r "via Europe' must ba fully prepahl at
tha foreign rates. Hawaii la rotwaraca
via San Francisco exclusively.- - - -
Transpaclflc malls are forwarded to. port of I
la ariange'i on the preaumptlon er their
unlntei-rupted overland transit. IRepla-
M7ifSTA cM' &r'V'"S.t2fy
Postoflic, New York, N. Y., November 27,
OFFICE CHIEF QUARTERMASTER
- Omaha. Neb.. November la. woo Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, aubject to the usuu.1
couumons, will o ra-rivro nrrn aim yy mm
yuartermaster. Fort Sill. O. T., until 10 a.
in., central siamiaru tune, i uecwioer to,
1903. for the construction nf a frame hay
sneti ni run mil, . r. i. run niiiirinniiuu
furnlahed on application to this office,
where plan and specifications may be seen,
or to tha Quartermaster, Fort Sill, O. T.
I proposal to be marked Proposal for Hay
IS tied. ' ana addreased to captain WILLIAM
K. HORTON, Acting Chief Quartermaster.
NOTICE OF THE BALE OF RENEWAL
Proposal will bo received bv 8. C. Fhrla
ley. tha 'City Clerk of the City of South
utnana, neDrasKa, .until a oclock p. m
,vui.iiu, ... . inu, a mini 0 V Itry u, ill..
December 7. inns, rbr the nurchase of o
lue of rono in in sum or i-.'l.ouo, bonds
to ui inu.-u in me ut-iiuiiiiiiMiion HI nv
hundred Ocllar (iouOl each, bearing date
November 1. 1;k3, maturing In twenty year
after date and bearing Interest at the rate
L(mi?(nl.r V" "n"Um'
These aro renewal bond to take un and
pay certain outstanding District Improve-
ineni uonua ui iii uy nureiniore isauca
and outstanding; principal and interest of
all bonds payable at the state Uses I agency
of Nebraska In the City of New York.
All bids must B in writing and must
be uncoi dltlonul and accompanied bv a
certified check for five hundred dollar
(:. payable to the city of South Omaha.
Nebraska, purchaser to accept and pay for
Bald bonus within twenty day from date
of sala bv City.
The right la reserved to reject any or I
Dated at South Omaha, Nebraska. De
cember 1, 1903. UI diit-inAe
FOR SOUTH DAKOTA GOVERNOR1
Hon. Coo I. Crawford lo De-rlaro HI
Candidacy at Haron
HURON, 8. D., Dec. I (Special. WHon.
Coo 1., Crawford ha sent In hi rejignatlon
s attorney for the North-Western railway.
to take effect on April 1, 1904. On Friday
evening, of this week, Mr. Crawford will I
address a public meeting here and formally 1
announce himself aa candidate for governor
on the republican ticket.
T Aeoonsaaodalo Veteran.
MITCHELL, a V., Doc. I. (Special. -In a
circular received from Thomas Reed, de
partment commander of the Grand Army of
tho Republic, be offer a suggestion that on
pension day every post In the slat depart
ment keep open post from 10 a. m. to 1 1
p. m., and that the commander of each I
post ea to It that there I a notary public
on hand to fill out and execute the pension
paper free of charge. He also augget
that during thla day that refreshment be
served and that the relief corp would be
only to glad to look after thl feature of
pension day. Commander Reed I arrang
ing to attend all the campflre puatlul tbi
winter and where he cannot go himself h
ay he will aecd a department officer.
STEELE TELLS BUT LITTLE
Ex-LicnteoaBtOoTtroor Proves Disappoint
iug t6 Anti-Dietrich Fact tan.
ON STAND BEFORE JURY BUT SHORT TIME
laajalry Into Pot office (a sea Drag
Aloaa; to Dlaat of Mltoeaaea
ad Fencing; t'ajao Nervea
Among the more recent wltnesaes aum
moned In the poetoffice cases at Almu, Or
leana, Oxford, Arapahoe and Wllsonvllle
are ex-Ltcutenant Governor Calvin 8.
Steele of Falrbury and Wt F. Broderlck of
Fairmont. Governor Steele put In hla first
appearance befnre the grand Jury yeater-
day and his examination was very brief.
The nature of his evidence can. only be
surmised and Governor 8teele declines to
"We were particularly cautioned," Bald
he, "against talking about the matter.' I
was before the Jury but a few moments and
Was excused, aa pressing business demands
my presence at home."
Much strcsa has been laid by the enemies
of Benator Dietrich, upon the Importance
of the evidence that Governor Steele would
give before the Rrnnd Jury and tils presence
at the federal building created a, percepti
ble flurry among the Summers - faction.
The brevity of hla examination Is regarded
aa a sufficient assurance that his testimony
did not pun out the sensiuional features
hoped for and there is an evident air of
disappointment about the district attorney'
office In consequence.
It la dally becoming more apparent that
the dragnet of the political aftermath of
the aenatorial contest of 1901 Is to be
worked in these postolflce cases to the ut
most. A significant feature of those Inves
tigations as reflected at the federal build
ing through the unwary admissions of wit
nesses before the grand Jury Is that all of
them are bitter and uncompromising po
litical foes 'Of Senator Dietrich, and that
they lose no opportunity to e.ir their griev
ance before the grand Jury as' relentlessly 1
as they do In the federal court corridors.
The witnesses In the 'Arapahoe case are
becoming disgusted with their enforced stay
here and the delay lit taking up that case,
which la characteriaed by witnesses as "the
rottenest of the whole deal."
Defeated anrtlriate Talk..
A mais of extremely strong testimony
wnw poured Into the grand Jury yesterday
afternoon relntlve to the Arapahoe post
ottlce mutter The principal v.itneaa was
W. D. Prultt, the unsuccessful nppllc.unt
for the office, and everything posslhle was
made of hla testimony, tempered aa it
evidently was with disappointment.
Tne material facta of this alleged rot-
teneal" case are simply that Mr. Prultt
W(la endorsed for reappointment by twen.
-three of the twenty-four buslnesa men of
named, a lormer memner 01 ine legmiaiure
that elected Mr. Dietrich United States aen-
a to, and at the same tlmo warm per-
sonnl friend of the senator. The Buccess
ful appointee was not a candidate for the.
"fflee and hla uppolntment to the office w
unexpectea ana unsoiic.ea. ine cnarges
of the exchange of boodle for this appoint
ment are arr.blguous r.nd i.o not connect
Mr.. Dletricn either directly or-indfrectly
wlth.Cio matter rr.ore tr.r. ri hearsay.
Mr. Prultt war excused lant evening until
Monduy, when lie wilt, again appear before
i'lt. grand Jury,
Land Fencing t'acf On. )
'J'lie tnOt:.'sitlon into the land-fencing cases
Is cn before the foderuil grand jury, aa an
occasional relief from the postofflce scan
dals. A couple of additional witnesses-put
The witnesses thus far testifying are
t rmim. n r.r r:iia.rrth a .a Cniann
. ... , , , i
f Bingham anJ James Gallagher of Lak,e-
aide, who were given their discharges and
r(!tjrnd ,to their homes. Other wltneases
summoned are: K. B.,Vhltton, John Burns
of Cyrus, J. A. Macombe and William Mor-
nf Chadron Thnmaa J Bousch of
Ran or l.naaron. Thomaa J. uouscn or
I.ouella. Albert Currle,of Alliance, Mrs.
w.. . n Poh..n. Who a r I. T. Miller
. T .... 1Mira,.n ,H rrMi
1 -...... ......
I Penner of Newport. Rock county, and vl-
l io-o 1ai-u.ureu
I witnesses are now here and Deputy Mar-
Homan. who I. still In the cattle conn-
try, la finding great difficulty In locating the
I others, it will thus be observed that from
the widely diverse sections of country from
which the witnesses, are being, . gathered
I iinmiiniinnn are uii wiuo
scope, ana mat in addition to ine ratrueu
Richards' Investigations the . Standard
p-tttm .mtinnnv is .nmln. tn f.iF a share of
1 cinpnny is coming in ror a snare or
I i" ibiicb irgiajiu. ii now iouh as it ine
foninr niiiim win ., .ho nr
the week. . . -
Barons Well Fort I lied.
A stockman from Hock" county, but not
Interested In the hearing now before the
grand Jury, aald :
I question whether much can be made
of the caaea, even though Indictment
hould founJ alnt th bl cula com-
panle lor femrlng tne pub)iq domain, tor
these baron are fortified by certain condi
tion' The reason for thla lies In the fact
I that there are 'a considerable number of
homesteader up there and In the wetrn
. ,h. ... rtla Knuntrv mihn hlv. lnUn
part of tne tat,le cou,ltry wno ve taken
tip land. presumably for their own ue, but
naienalhlv for the rattle cnmoanlea bv
whom they are employed. Very many of
I these claim are contiguous and hence ex
tensive areaa of grating land are fenced
I ALL . Xf x r ' ALL. I
We make your favorite shape.
Ask your dealer for it.
A. 8ANTAELLA & CO., Makers, Tampa, Fla.
THE PERECOY tt UOCHE CO., Disirtluicrs, Cmsha. '
In common, and the homesteaders haTe a
few head of cattla which run with tha big
herda. and thus they become commonly In
terested In maintaining the fence. Grass
draws on ah.ugha are thus fenced In. Inside
the big range fences, and every effort 1
being made to dlacourage actual home
steaders from settling In the short grass
country. Some of these so-called home
steaders have families with them and pre
tend to do a little gardening, or may plant
a half doxen acres or o of corn Just to
make a pretense Of cultivation. Hence It
Is right here where the government Is going
to have lota of tronble In securing a con
viction In case the cases come to trial. The
witnesses tliey will have to depend upon
ara In the employ of the big cattle com
palnes and such bona fide homesteaders as
live In the vicinity of the ranges of the big
companies will be afraid to testify against
the strong companies. iKn whom they are
largely dependent for the sale of their hay
and corn and alfalfa."
EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
Tronble for Trainer or Foreman Sore
to Come Oat of "noBlng"
NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 3. Cardinal
Woolsey, Monastic and Hen Chance were
the winning favorites at the Crescent City
track this afternoon. All were heavily
backed at short odds. The truck waa fast.
Several stables are expected from Bennings
tomorrow. The steward's have not con
cluded their Investigation of the mare
Patrice, which started In the sixth race on
Wednesday. Enough has been learned,
however, to warrant either the trainer or
the foreman of the stable being ruled off.
Thnt the mare was 'Moped" is admitted
bv her-owner and the only thing that re
mains before official action is taken Is to
place the responsibility on the proper
First rnce, six furlons: Cardinal Wool
Bey won, Josette second. Sweet Nell third.
Time: 1 AV.
Second race, maiden 2-year-old, five fur
longs: King Croker won, Monte Bank sec
mi. fr. Pickwick third. Time:
Third nice, one and one-sixteenth miles:
Ben Chance won. Potent second, Utile El
kin third. Time: :fm.
Fourth race flee hamllcan sir furlonas:
Monastic won. Stand Pat second, Hussah
thlril Time: 1 :H.
Fifth race, one mile: . Alnaci won. Choice
second, Adelante third. Time: 1:44.
Sixth race, one-mile, selling: Ellsa Dil
lon won. Badger second, Queen of Dixlania
tlilni. Time: j:4i.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 3 Results
First lace, six fufloims: Red Damsel
won, Underock second, Mary Worth third.
Second race, seven farlnngs. selling: Bon
Mot won. All Gold - saqond, Locket third.
Third race, six furlongs, selling: Conk
ling won. Burdette recond. Clear The
I Arena third. Time: 1:154. .
Fourth race, Oentlemen riders, six fur
lonas. selllne: Arrsh Gowan won. Demur
rer second. Paul Clifford third. Time: 1:18.
Fifth race, maiden 1-year-olds, six fur
longs, selling: Tdy lavish won. Magic
Flute second. Fill Curtis third. Time: i:is.
Sixth race, mile and seventy Yards, han
dicap: Duke of Kendal won, Frank Foater
seconil, Arawn tniru. i ime: i:ws.
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 3. Results:
First race, seven furlongs: Velma Clark
won, Rlnaldo second, filter Fiaz thlril.
Second race. Futurity course: Otto Stte.
fel won. Judge second, Ananias third
Third race, six furlongs: San Nicholas
won. Oehlmmes second. Allopath tiilnl.
Fourth race, one mile; Buccluth won,
Galanthus second; Burdock third. Time:
Fifth race, seven 'furlongs: Someium
won, Bll""ful second, Louis Wagner third
Sixth race, mile and seventy yards.
Frank Woods won, Glenarvnn second, Con
stellator third. Time: l:4fl4. '
WITH THK BOWLER).
At tha Selleck ft Marble alleys last eve
ulna; the Krug Parka lost two games to Mi
Colts and established a -ecord which Ih i
pretty certain to win thelm -the leather med- ,
als for low team score, of the season. Btn- I
?le's Tigers were vejry.i much off tliolr
orm and were lucky U i-cratoli out Ihc
final game . rt o .
' OOL1T5L ) it
lat-.1 j'J.M.' - Id
Neale 173- .mITS-. 147
Greenleaf 177 , . W ,o )-
Hughes 1KG ' '&3 14B
Reed. A. C 1R7 . ...laS
Welty .1U , ,-tlM
In the Commercial league the Drexeis won
two from tbe Woodmen of tho World. . .
1st. . 2d. .- Id. Totals.
Sterns 106 - -, I- ? M 4M
Molyneaux 1C . 1!9 191 Di2
Davison 173 170 M 4M
Rubin ...170 . r162 179 Oil
Sullivan 14b . i Ui 169 4i7
Total 815 ,. '79 838 . ,43
W.. O. tV.
' 1st. 2d." d. Totata
Foley 197 - UOO 134 KU
Johnson ...182 i 16 14 6-2
Stiles 1H0 144 , 119 . . 403
Tombrink ...... ..U21 ; .;4 . ...
Yates J5 . ' 12 '
Smyth ,....!.; 163 . 200. &II
Totals 813 , : 8M' ,779 2,446
The Steven tt Smith buys failed to akin
Black' Kata last night on the Gate City
V BLACK K ATS.
1st. 2d. Sd. Totals.
Zaudon .hi 1H7 1 49 449
Heft i.ltil) 142 VM .447
Button IIS 178 20i 498
Buacli li;7 14(1 lftS f8
Briaon .192 ; 168 170 SCO
Totals 809 ' . Tfil , US , 2.122
STEVENS &' SMITH.
1st. 2d. . 3d. Total.
Sohmela 174 v ,149 .. 170 . 43
Ilamblet W) l;!4 13J 4J(j
Hamilton ll 112 123 awl
Kepholta 1G8 , li - . 141 4G
Cham peon 168 ' - 172 183 613
Totals'. 821 ' 723 ' 749 2,2'J3
Roblnaoa Ilenle Rnmors,
CLEVEI4AND, O.. Dee, 8-Referrlng to
published report to the effect (hat the
St. Louis National league base ball cluh
Is about to change hands. President De
Haas Robinson, of the latter, said today
that he knew absolutely nothing of any the next meeting tn present their evidence
such n movement. Speaking of the stite- . Is rearrtrded ns n favorable sign ly Kctrh
ment that the National league would Jake ! am. The case now hinges on a technicality.
over the club ln,cae of a promised com-
rany, headed hy President Dreyfus or
ittshurg. failed to dn ao. Mr. Robinson
declared thnt the league would never as
sume control of the club. Asked If the
St. Louis cluh as for sale, Mr. Robinson
said, "1 la'lleve any cluh In any league
can be purchased If the price Is aatlstac
tory. It Is simply a question of price."
KETCHAM CALLS IT VICTORY
Failure of Hoard to Pass on Creaeeas
Rerorrl Looks Usod to
CHICAGO. Dec. X The Board tt An-
penis nf the American Trotting association
adjourned today without taking action on
the record mane ly resceus at vnclilH,
Kan.. In October. The next meeting of
the hoard will De in May, lHis)
The action of the board In postponing Hie
case until the next annual meeting was
regarded by George B. Ketcliam. the owner
of Cresceus, as a practical victory. The
fact that the charges against Cresceus
were not proven to the satisfaction of the
racing officials and thnt the friends of
Ketcluim will have plenty of time before
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KENTUCKY FEUD SIMMERING
Troon Reenlled, Tney Relieve
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j LEXINGTON. Ky.', Dec. I. Troops nr-
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