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THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1000
RIDER IN TROUBLE.
Sanishmont of Spencer Ity .Jot-key
Club the HijiKt'st Trf Seiiu
dal of the Year. i
iOOKIE LEO MAYER BARRED.
it. Louis Penciler Is Mixed Up in
the Spencer Case Fast Year
ling Trials Turf News
Jockey Henry Spencer, who had 111 II
Jrse revoked by the Jockey Club of Xew
'ork last Saturday, has been genenlly rec
rnlzed " America's premier race rider
tic" Tod Sloan went to England. Spencer
a been In the emplov of J. I, and V P.
rene for the last two season. He wa.
'.ispended for an unsatlfctory nde on the
-.eene colt Commindo In the Matron Stake'4,
lien TJean Gallant beat tho son of Domino
y a head.
Spencer a falifornla lov. He ranked
urd to Jlnllmin and Mltohell In the list of
Inning Jockejs on the American turf at
se time of hi suspension, llf piloted 12S
Inners In 7 mounts this eaon. U't
far he rode 111 winners In 7i" mount: In
; he rode III winners In S mounts. In
rnnection with the suspension of Jockey
encer. Bookmaker I-o Maer. who hall
'om St. I.-rals. was notified that he woull
t be permitted to do rmlnesj on the
!ckey flub tracks any longer.
lt appears that in the examlnitlon of the.
okmakers sheets made by tho stewards
was fouml that Mayer had laid against
ommando and pl-ived Itptu Oalltnt on tho
atsi'le. He won $!.! on the race. As was
atcd. after Commando lost the rich Ma
on Stake- to IJeiu (Jallant by Sptncer's
emingly e:trelcs ride the stewards called
ir all betting sheets, in an effort to place
je blame for the defeat of the K.eene colt,
he sheets wer carefully examined, and
en in much with the working of the bet
rg ring were qutelioned as to the lietting
id action of Livers and plunger.-.. .Mnjer.
ho Is popular on the Inside and outside
le betting sh.sl. was v.ry much broken up
,-er the stand taken by the steward". Of
iure. the stewards gave no explanation
j Mayer as to w hat prompted their course,
hat I' never done.
j"l am Innocent of sinv wrongdoing." said
aver. "I was Vj.oOO winner up to the Ma-
Ion Stakes, and I maele up my mind to lake
chance against Commando. It was the
time he was nsked to tome down the
II, and 1, with man) other-, thought his
in5urnidtion was against him doing it -uc-
U-fuIly. t ileati Gallant had been defeating
lorscs ea-ily, and I thought he had a
ml outside chance to win If Commando
.tie any mistake. So I bet on him and
d against Commando. Even had Com
ndo won I would have lost only yi.
ch a lOfs would not annoy me a moment,
I have frequently lo-t COM and H.tWJ to
t was said U Mayer that jitrhaps it
iht be suspected he had approached
I key Spencer.
Isuih a suspicion. If there is such." said
Ljer. "is unjust alike to hpencer and my-
:. r.xcept o sight X don t know t-pen-.
I never spoke to him but once In my
o. I was. In the baths at Hot springs
t winter, -when I met and spoke tu nun.
was iut a commonplace conversation.
hen tills case Is thoroughly sifted I'm
re the .stewards will, reverse luelr.de-I
I'ast yearling moves are reiKirted from
i;ast. John .Madden's SLUUW lianover-
Irrcctlon coll. and 1'vl.ind'n eolt by His
znness tmtterriie. worked tnree-etgnth.
a mile the either morning In 3fr.. inland
is named in honor of the well-known
.lmr of that name, who trained His
shncss and liuttortilei. both of which
ie 1 uturlty winners in their 2-jear-o.d
in. James i.alway owns a number of
.nij -tried vcarllngh. lie has a colt by
lvldere Madge Stuart, which makes him
full brother to Ilellurio. that worked a
trter recentl In 3'4- A IJnden-Iidy
iwkstone filly went tne same route in
S, and a I'elvidere-IJzette Hlly ran the
r.ne instance in vzt. ine latter is a Fister
G. W. Miller's good race mare. Loving
"csip.ione of the be-t racing tools In the
West. Five or the .Morris & Walden
joungsters were sent the cuarter-mlle
route at Morris Park on Friday at con
spicuously good paces. A good-looking
chestnut colt by fcllver Fox Kdlth. going
with the bay nlly by silver Fox Festival
s.n.1 the 2-vear-old l'le.id as running mate,
ran the distance in :23 2-3 The hlly out or
Festival iinl-hc-d In .25 t-;. A chestnut Jllly
by Tle Friar Abaca finished in :21. A Hlly
lij Silvtr Fox CJuecnstnwn reached the
linisnlng point in :24 1-3. The colt by Mars
Tor.!iue did the trick In :"H'4. A joungster
of I. J. Dnyer's by Hanover, trained at
the Gravesend course, clipped oft a quarter
J. C Carr Is resson.-lblc for the state
ment that Guttenburs Is to open on No
vember 7 with a running meeting, which
wnl continue all winter. Mr. Carr uys that
a svstem has been lound to evade the law-,
ami that over ( horses from outlaw tracks
mid the West will be on hand to insure a.
uccessful meeting. A credit plan of betting
i- to b- adopted, he- saji-, toat will piove
satlsfaetory to patrons of tho track. When
Wahlbaum was asked about the scheme
he said that It was news to him and that
he did not believe It could be done. There
will be racing on that track this week for
one or two days.
At Harlem Saturday several horses were
mid. Uncle Jim" Gras 3-enr-old King
Ilegcnt filly. Matie Mane, went to Jim Ar
thur for $100. M. J. Maloney paid CM) for
Frank Arthur's 3- ear-old Ohnet. by Con
rad. Mr. Arthur's 4-vear-old Danish, by
Wndsw'orth, was bid In by J. M. Young for
Vtort. Katherine Knnls, a I- ear-old. by
Honnie Joe, was bought by W. J. Spiels
James Griffin & Co s crack 3-v ear-old
A nlly. The sprite, ny imp. ue-'-ivri, uiru hi
h Harlem the other day. The Sprite was
k. raced here last spring and showtd to be
k onu of the best tlllles of her age In the
Vest. She had a rare turn of speed and
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
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CURE ICK HEADACHE.
promised to develop into a lirat-class race
A list of the winning Jockeys at KInloch
1'ark will Ie found b low :
Jockev. Muunl. t- SI. M Cni
lMminlek lv, ;j 32 M T;
Irt-singir lJI : '' i1
c.l.irn 1-s : 31 It -
llonell l"i Zl 31 :'
Xhran I 1 I' " l";
Moj . It: Z IS .3
VViiMrrMrand Jl 13 ' Jl
J. Mathrms 73 3 b) IJ 3.
iaie ; : -
ltoiwnson 7 7 :t
W. Klley r; S in
llolnml 33 i. i J It
!:. Malh'WH 7! S 11
Van l)u-n 3t s - It
1.1 es 3 - "
Wall 71 ' 7 - I
Frott K 7 3 Et
IV.rtrr 3 1 ' 3
eVuKlilin i 3 1 l 1
It -!ui;hl ,14 I I
aton 3 Z 3 3h
K,illrh 3 3 2 i 77
Mrt-ann n ; I I U
Uoid 3 1 m I
liuil.r 1 1 0 1
s-ivnhnril I I 3 I 17
V iult 11 I 1"
Huwe 1 1 1
K. Winklit-M 1 t 7 11
J WalJ.i 37 t i t
lllrk-v 37 1 1 s 77
1 shiR Jt 1 3 1'
i loliurt .12 1 2 4
7 1 lie J .. j 1 7 1 t
Henry MtDanlels has mule a great show
ing with the Hennett -trlng this caon.
Old I-iureate. who was long ago relegated
to the "his lieen" class, nas alone won
ten races this jcar. and his lndlvldaul earn
ings for the Kcason to date amount to 17,
7iia great .showing for a rejuvenated clip
pie. The -table ha- won In all fifty-live
races this year. The tar of the stable has.
of cour-e. Iieen .Miss llennett. Henry savs
that, con-iderlng what she has done, -prlng
summer and fail, he regards hr Ihe best
tillv he has ever seen. She has luen In
training -inee March; has started seventeen
times, ami has never been tinpliccd. hav
ing finished first in twelve raevs, second In
three and third In Ihe oiher two. Her
enrnlngs in stakes nd purses hive amount
ed to 13.'n. .Mr. Dennett refused Jlj.t In
cash for her at the Memphis meeting right
at the outBet of her career, and the alxive
figures Iear out hi- wisdom In refusing
to pirt with her.
Thi- has l'en one of the most successful
seasons the Memphis turfman has hid -lne
he has lwn racing, and much .if the suc
cess of his stable has been due to the pains
taking and capable work of Trainer Me
Daniejs There are eleven hor-es In the
Hennett string now at KInloch I'atk. Mr.
McKanleis sajs that KInloch 1- a safe and
fast track, and. In his opinion. It will be
one of the fastest tracks m the world next
vear At tho close of the KInloch Park
nteting. Mr. McDanlel- will take '.aureate
and several others to New Orleans. The
remainder of the string. Including Miss
Hennett, will be shipped to Memphis to
go Into winter quarters.
Ilossie Macken is e-scnlially a crliter.
and it an open question If there is at this
time a horse In training which cv.i beat
her at five or six furlongs, we'ght for
age. with tho exception of .lames IS. i-ud
Toxall P Keene's grand 'lor-e. Vottt.
which has done wonders his seison n
the Fast. Hy the same lre is thil !"
sprinter. John A. Morrl-. -vlncn sh- bat
once after the lu.rse had bea.en per. He
sle Macken will hold all the -hort-llstanee
horses In the West safe next e..r If she
-lands up. It U Slid thit the filly is sound,
but a few- trainers around "he local race
tracks have a doubt In this -;spect. At all
events, eiver a short loute. sh I- nm
ply a slee.l marvel, as -he was aptly
termed the tim time she won at the Fair
Grounds, and appeals to be In much belter
shape now than when she went to Chl;ago
to take John A Mortis into camp and
failed In her first attempt.
On the stronmli of the fe'W victories Kes
sle Macken has .scored this season, it would
not be fair to say that she Is n 'letter 3-vear-oM
than Ixiuls Kzell's Kingston hlly.
The Lady, but a comparison between them
Is rendered difficult for the reason that
The Ijdy likes a, route, anil has been
beating the best of all ages throughout the
season, svhen she was asked to give away
all sorts of weight.
Another mare possessing wonderful speed
has won two creditable races during the
week, and John Huffman has In Found a
i .ice horse, which will beat almost an thing
in the West, unle-ss asked to take tip too
much weight. All of her races are run
alike. Once getting awa,y from the post,
where she Is usually a bit fractions. Found
takes the track and runs everything behind
her into dizziness. She goes around the
turns living, much in the fashion of the
great Hlly. Maid Marlon, and on reichlng
the streteh flier is not enough speed be
hind her to tet within striking distance at
Klnlocl. Park Kntrles.
Xirt race. .t,!irrejuaiier of a-milt.' Mlllnc:
Mr. Il.i-e SvisiJtllla 1M
J. M. .-lauithter
Delartt .... ....
.villa S 9i
lllsi Iin-tta Si
e'harlle Newiee loa
Kasler Card iw
heccind lace, five-elgbths of a mile, pant:
Duke Alexis 97 1. eiilmartln )
H-IIe of Klrln
t'lli) 1HV ...
Third race, purs-, tlx and a half furlonrj.
lteefer ij( Helle Mmpn ?7
ChllTun 1.1 Ine 107
VVeideman 10? I Murle e. Hronn ....102
Harry Thoburn 107 Ill-Nock-Er 12
Fourth race, cne mile, selling:
Caidaln (7alc 1)7. Rklllman tl
Utrrp Js; lllen !.ake lot)
Oa!.l Itnck HjCrjj- Ko-Ke Si
Havlland JSITrrra lnccnlta .. .. H
Fifth rate, live and a half turlnnss. parse:
Hlb-e 1121 Vlclr VancF 102
Frank llfll Ill ! Hl-Kollcr wv
fcevoy Ill vv. J. Haker 107
Uth race one and one-slitFentris mile;. k11
Ing: Ooj1 Nlcht lilt I Jim Tumr
7..m!e 1-nt Unil'n R1U li
Parole d Or. 107 Kim e'lvd
Nan lora IilllTom GilmorF us
Plrst luce Kasler Card. Ml. lJretta. I)fl.
Fison.l Itaee-DalkFltli. Kllc lie! . Robert. Jr.
Third Itace III-Noc-Ker. U-Meman. ChllTtm
Fourth Ilace Havlland. liulde liock. Glen lik.
Fifth Ilace Hllee. Frank Bell. Sevm.
fcixth Ita KfIIj Cljde. llomsle. Linden Ella.
fhlcago. Ill . ct. 21 Harlem entile, for ilon-dav-
First race. five-. b,hth. of a mile:
Krer . K6 lerd ljs .. u,i
Hei Apjile Iil Itumett's Watkawa.na
Quarterbafk 10 . Ird Itrberts pj
Jiie J- .. I'4oe Oolllns Ml
Mate. Ill Hobtt Waildell Hi
Kl JMIoto . . .. IIAl fnele Tom ... .lis
s.eoi.nd race, three-fiairths nf a mile. etllnR:
Ator ...1I7 ilia amar . .. .... ..M7
1'eaee 107 I Utile Jai k I0J
Ialetta 107lJertha Nell 11
sakatiick lto I
Third rare, handicap. steeplechase, short
Corner lJJIfnIverylty t32
It Fellow lr.lsalliist 134
l-eky llalfe 14S
Fourth race, 0.1 mile.
Itonev it.iy ... 11 etiarlle O'llrien . .in;
Monml im.Florlrar im
Ohnet . . ...10 specific PC
Van Hoirebeke . ... I'l7
Fifth race, eleven-iteenths of a mile:
Mllkpunrh Ml jtJei.rgle 19(
Yellow Tall M:M i,m
l)..ll Wlelhoff 10lMa Heach frj
Sixth rate, .tille and twenty ard. selllna:
Golden Sceptre ....
... 97 Major Manslr via
.... S7 -.til's-n .... . .........il
.... 7 Fhallas ..., ...oi
.. ''7 sir Klnaston im
... In.! lnirie !. g: ss
Ml urea Ml
.. Ml I.Ike Mills PU
....Ml lllflienter 1114
Nan OKe. ...
Aloha II. . .
einclnnatl. o. Oct. Jl. The follonim; are the
cnlrien fur Monila"n race at Nvwjiort:
FirFt race. Fix. furloniri-:
Aaron 1" I Ir.oK lf7
IM A.Iark I") 1 Pacquelln M?
N'rle Morris l"0Jim Winn 107
McMarus Pl I llrnatfnay 107
Judge Itrdnlne .. Vl I Alex. l'carons pis
ecorjd rate, selling. sl furlongs:
Jen M.KLI Itarnes ir;
"inll lack loll Flop loi
i:ie.mor llolnus P'7'TheTorv H4
lil . Kl jl'antlaiil i(K
Mr Oatlan 1"7 I Pauhre J no
Tlilid race, selling, nine furlongs;
VVafr Bottle :,Troulearn SI
I.lzzle JnCkon ...
tiuctor lilack .
K. G Ilex
Fourth race, selling, mile an,i eventy lards:
Statlra .'J. Karl Foao I".
Kit W luLvllle Ilelle !!
VVoodtrlce Jl! Winter ph
MeClearj IM' Testa IH7
Miss Soak H'll llac .f Tru 107
IS'an.l 103 1 Headlljsht II IM
tilth rare, selling, six and a half furlongs;
Johnnie McCartey ...101
Mxth race selling, nine furlongs
Insurrection s . Hermencla Vti
Governor ilotri lor
Defender II M
feter Uurjea 107
Seller Sold at Fancy Price.
Liexlngtcn, Ky.. Oct. 21. Sellers, the fast green
S-)ear-oid. the iiropertj of V. w. ISvans. the.
wejl-known trainer has. beer sold to it. 11,
I'lant of Atlanta, Ga.. for li'"L Seller has
teen rlacd In the hands of Roy Miller, the
Georgia trainer, and will campaign with alpa.
Graltan lloy and other fast one. XV. ! Sears
has trained Kellers the fiaBt tiro seasons over
the local track and he work-outs as good as
7:tm Sellers Is by Mince Meat and out of a
mare by Jay Bird.
A. K Irvine ha Fold hL good racer. Baron
D- ::ir. son or Baron Wllke. to J. E. Ha
hlnger of New Haven, Conn., at reported price
of 5.(X. Perlne will ship the horses to Texas
together with his own Finns tu llublnser withes
Qaroa V. wintered there.
ST. LOUIS TEAMS'
Harrinj; Hijjh Sfluiol. All Loral
Fool ball Klevens Flayed Very
Foorly on Last Saturday.
WASHINGTON'S BAD MISTAKE.
Should Not Have I(efufd 10 I'lay
AkKfiidn-e V. K. '. Larks
the Fijjliiinu Spiiil Xeces-
sarv to Win.
S.iturdav's football Raines In no wie
flatlrted St. Itui- team. i:h the most
honorable exception of High Schonl. which
defeated Alton Western Military Academy
1" 10 .1. th" local teims did not make a very
creditable dLplay Pmltli Academy did
show j-ome of the rare pluck tint made the
school famous In the dajs of the Wears,
when It rallied and defeated Manual In the
Ust ffvv minutes of play. Yet Manual is at
be; a h.iplia7.ini team, and beating it was
h.-irdl a mailer of l)i.-t.
I'nfcrtiinalel), WahlnRlon l'ntrltj".
whiih Is regarded as the le.iilius local lect
in 11 eollec.'. did not set a high ex'imd
of sportsmanship, pluck or judgment by te
fiistr to pla.v McKeiidree when actually
on the Held The excuse Riven that Mc
Kendree was id. i jinx Inellgllil'- men was a
sicklsh one. McKendree s not Ixtund by
any agreement .dher than honor lo play
any particular team against Washington.
As for the Ineligibility of plajer. It I a
Kood bet tha If loth learns were sone
over with the fine-comb of a Whilnev,
Washington would preniuce more Ineligible
men than McKendree.
Anvhow and In any case Wishlnglon had
no right to refuse to pliy when on the
Held. A protest might have been entered
nnd explanations made afterwards. Hut
honor and sportinan,'hip demanded mat
Washington play McKndree at anv cost.
Washington started the. seiun vvith
bright preptsMs. Manager Idlers positive
ly Mated that there would not be any of the
professionalism that In the two trevloiis
.eirs nuue the name of the team a bv-vvord
lor atnietlc Impropriety; that everv pla.ver
would be a bona-Hde student etc. Vet
KaturJ.ij action at Jicrveniitee vvould in
dicate mat the V. HFIiington team I suit
a professional linn 111 -pirn aim in action.
U nut in tenlity.
Christian llrothers put In .1 clean college
team arfainst Holla uiid got beaten. It 1
infinitely more to the ueiil 01 c 11. t. to
loso witn that team than to win with such
a learn as sne put out last season, thougli
it was droll lo see . f. 11. (,". team piay wnu
out J. loung iatntk. This veare.. It. 1".
team shows the eftects of the ruinous atn
ietlc Hiilcy In wmch that eollege mlovve.1
Itself to be Involved last season. No doubt
C. H. C.'s contention that she was drlv.n
to piofessionulism in order to noid her own
witn Washington's urnlessioiial tani Is
correct. 1-ignting the uevil with fire proved
a veiy poor policy in this cas-. it would
have ceen much belter If t It. C. had bid
den Uashlnirton go to with ner proiesslon.il
team and laKeu on other colleges, in en
gaging professionals to ngnt Wasnington. C.
H. U. made a grievous mistake, fnim the
evil effects ot whl-h tier team is now sui
fenng. Hut C. a. C. has evidently profiled
by her mistakes of last season, ana Is do
ing tne ngnt tnlng this year.
It mi take long to make her a team,
but ham work and proper conservation of
the material and energies she undoubtedly
possesses will bring her a good team In Its
elass in a very short time. When
C II. C. last s-ison relegated siKh
bov as Keardun. Jackson and Unnk
meyer to tne 'side lines to make
way for such gentlemen as lodd, etc.. she
made a mistake for which she will pay
dearly this reason. l)y being; cast aside to
make room for professional plavers. thes
honorable and eligible jouths were dis
gusted and dlscojraged. lost chances to
learn and Improve, and to achieve an ex
cellence whlcn would have made them su
perior men this season. But C. U. . ean
be forgiven, for she is now doing the right
thine. It Is to be hoped that Washington
will do as rightly, and as thoroughly earn
pardon for past m'stakes as C. IS. v.". Is en
deavoring to do.
The one thing which led to all this ath
letic rottenness was the endeavor to go out
of the football class In which all St. l.ouls
schools are. As leng as St. Iiuls bovs go
East to college, so long is the football of
St. Ijuls going to le below the 'varsity
elass. If, as Is the case, the liovs of Illi
nois and Western Missouri go to'rollege in
their own localities, so long will Ihe learns
f these sections te fctronger than those of
Then so long will It be foolish and suicidal
for St. I.OUI teams to attempt lo compete
with the teams of Kansas, lows. Western
Missouri and Illinois. For the (lower of St.
l.ouls football jouth is making strong the
earns ot Harvard, t'rinceton and Vale. St.
Knllls ha turned out many great football
players Mudd, Over, Cabanne, Walker.
Francis, l.ee. Wear. Meier, etc., jet not
any of them, ha- Cabanne, plaved here
when In the full vigor of their football
e-areer. They all plaed "pre-p." school foot
ball, in St. Lmls and 'varsity foothill else
where. The sinus conditions obtain to-day.
When Washington I'nlverslly moves to
Its new quarters and acquires a campus, we
may expect to have great football team In
St. I.oiiK Vntll that time It will be well
to be satisfied to play In their class and not
to court defeat, or. vvhnt is worse, ptofe
stonallsm. by a faollsh endeavor to com
pete with the great 'varsity teams of the.
Just at present it is safe to say tint of
the bona-fide plaver In St. I.iul" 'there are
not four able-bodied foolball plavers of
'varsity rlafs. The others are all Ikivs vet
In their teens and who will not be at" their
best for some yeors. Washington has a
otiple of good men. Mr. Todd of blessed
Diiquesne memory, who has been plavlng
the noble game since Hector was a suil:
ling. and Mr. Eller. who Is big am strong.
Then there are a- .'ron and Tim of Marion
S'ms, who are big, strong fellow, and fai-t.
yet a bit green. George Haker Is a good
nun. These last hov. are past the Si.
Ixnils school age nnd have grown mu.li
slrnnger and heavier since Ihey were in the
same class "as the local school teams are
Hence. Instead of going out of their class
nnd engaging professionals to get them out
of It. St. l.ouls schools -hould be careful In
the making of game, and p'ck team that
are In their class. There Is no sense in plav
lng low. Chicago. Illinois, Kansas or Mis
souri, unlets Missouri is verv much weaker
than sbe appears) to be. Lot of good, In
tetestlng football en be found 8t home, and
there Is no prettier football than that
plaved by fast, light teams of the "pre;."
school class. Some of th- prettiest games
plaved are those between the grammir
school eleven? of the Kast. Smith Academv
mil High School have plaved many nice
games in St. I-ouis. So has It. c. In the
old davsiwhen Klley. Bland. fi'.ilh and Pat
rick were leader in that redlege-. They
were not big team?, and they did not ache
to be In the 'varsity class, but their foot
ball was clean and good, even If there never
was a pair of gocd end on a St. I.oul
team to make it safe for a team to kick the
Without any reflection upon Condi Stone.
it may be said that C. B. (". has tnateriil
If the work can be dragged out of It. C
H. C.'s falling to-day wa her failing live
i ear before Mr. Stone came to eeiaolt her
team. She lacks aggressiveness. :,ii.l that
Irdesrrihable "meanness" ne'cesary to
win. She lack what followers of the ring
call "devil." xvhlch Is supreme vlclousness
and fighting elan at critical moment. The
spirit of "doing" Is not In her. When her
men run with the ball, they go as If ful
filling a last sad duty to society. They go
In an apologetic sort of war. as If to sav.
"Heg pardon, tellows, but they made me do
this. 1 hate to make ground on ynu. and
will do It as little as possible, and hope to
cause ou as slight inconvenience as is con
sistent v.'!th the circumstances." On defense
It is a case of apology to the opposing ln
terferer a sort ot "Kindly get out of my
way, old boy. and give me a chance to see
that runner of yours. Indeed, I cannot see
him at all. You won't? How rude: 1 regret
having asked a favor of ou."
While this spirit may be better than that
wh'ch actuated Washington in flunking at
Lebanon, it Is not a winning spirit. A foot
ball player must have spirit In him. He
must be actuated with that great American
principle of getting; the best of It." He
must alwars be looking for his "shade."
ever seeking to beat some one out of some
thing, and to grain something for himself.
JHe must never haul down his flag-, never
render single foeit of ground to any one
or anything. Wonder how much Iteanlon,
Arthur and Longlnottl thought of this, last
Though credited writn a rjeai of roughness.
C. B. C. baa always been a eentle college.
- v-.-r.-g '-- i i "
all too much Inclined to turn the other
. heek to the smiter. The bovs at present
plavlng are fast and strong. With some mk
gresslieness Injected Into It, the-y will form
a pietty good te'.ini.
SIHiriv IT IIWV IITTKII.
Ilrellrnalelii nnd Me-f'lnnlty Opposed
I'hcI. Other ill sprinicflelil.
iin pitihlng nn the part of Metllnnity.
the llrooklvn winner, anil Br. IteuMelu of
the Clncinuitl Beds laused all kinds nf fmi
In Ihe benefit game of basebill plaved fit
Springfield, III., vesterdav afternoon. Chris
(bio took an all-professlonj team from
Ibis city to play against another on In that
town lor the bent fit of .Mike Wright, tne
veteran manager of Spilngllelil ball clubs.
It was a piteher' battle all the vv.iy
Ihrough. the batters on each si Ie seeming to
In .11 ihe tmrcv of the grcal lejyuers.
Ilrelteiirteiu slinck out fourteen men. while
MeGliinllv made eleven fan the air. Ihe
affair way In the nature of a gienl lime for
..11 hand around, but fair !.-. l.all val
Atriilniiitv was piesnttd vvlih a hand
some watrli e harm and fioral tilbutes by
Springfield admirers. Score by Innings
1: II K.
"I.fllniiilv's team 1 11 1 1 11 I 1 s z
i:relierteli' team I 0 ') 7 o-i II 0
Halted,- l!u:lnnll anl Hell; lliellenMeiu
w 11. 1. .Mrr ;i y. 1 1 tiik cohf.
lie Moine Club anil Western l.ruuue
I'resldenl llnve Fallen Out.
St Jewi'h. Mo. Oct. 71 1'iesM.nt T J
Hieke) .if the WV'tein lyjgne of i:.'eb..H
.lull, will rr.li.il.l have to go int.. ourt to
elilaln flolrl the l. Moines fiane'ilre hulilet.
Ihe M.. lis ..f thilt-tlve g.mes ilavei n Ihjl
iltv. the ofleial scorer hating refusi-'l to stipt 1
The l.s Moines macn.les ale aiil 10 enter
tain ex. eedlngle III fe. lillgs tonard l't.dent
lllekev for alleyed unf.ilr treatment In ilcN
Ion., and this & said to Isr on of the means
taken lo iven matters. PrtMilent lliike), mull
lie receives ihe (,hre. h tiiiaMe to announce
the Latlin? and lieldlng Handing-.
i:w itccoitii ion MioT-iM ttim:.
Den. ila lloraan. Irish Cliiimploii. Ural
I?. II. I.ril's lllafHnee.
V.irl.. H-l. 71. Dennis Ibrgn. the tilh
(llanipioll shot piltler. coiniee, n the lit.
shct putting telltet at Ihe tlD.ll .Ulli'tii luevt
tf the Mar a'ld t llartlioloine) AlliKlle chilis
toilav and e-itahllsli.1 .. neu .lineman rs-ord
for lite ev.nt of fortj-reven feel four aCii thr--irliths
The former Ametiiall leeird was fort-even
feet m-.de 1;. H. il'.v, at ChleaEo. on sn
lender K. 1'Cl. aii'l the workl r.eorl Is fit
elglii fet four Indies, made t llol.ll.
Vlorrls I'nrk. I'alrle.
New v,.rk. Oct 71 Fol.wlng are the entries
for to-niurrow rating at the Kniplio ."nv trvek:
Fbt race handhap. mile and sventy jarl-'
Knmara . .
-III I Hrl-rt ..i
. I? (Ineck gueen ..Ml
. I IS I Iroilllo's Ilelle 10
1111 lieperal Mart larv.HH
. . ..llli Wtth'ra I"7
.. J. IIS Heau ornond . . I'm
.' .1111 Fiank Hall
Setond rate, tolling, about six furlongs.
Trillo tin, Midnight CMm- ...1"J
Maniti.l..in . .. llslltal.ton . .. In
Fleuron . . .
M I Taltar . .. V
..ins' Ills llova! Highness s.
II". I l).;.
...Iiu 1 ituffism .... . .
hi'.i Vlagle Ught . .
. 10". I Dilril.l .
.l'Cij lleverage . . .
. .' Her laidhlp
T.ilrd race, VKl'avin Handicap, about si fur-
...irrv lierminn .
Mark Twain ..
'old llee. .
Toner of Candles
.13 Olennellie If.
..lie Kins l.lf 10".
ll Th Musketeer I'll
111' Sen Ilia loj
..lit King l'pi-r IW
. Ids .'Im. tanuntla . . .. s;
.!' llaila IWimn s.i
1M Carnellan . . il
1 ourth rae. Kmpire lliy llandlc.i. mile an 1
Kihethert IS Pink Coat ir.
Imp. . i:i llnalller M".
J'nente t.yil it. n- of Troj no
King llartejce.rn ...MTl llrevfeld 1 e
Oiarentu i.lTo.Ilv .. .... s-
Fifth rare, selling, mile and a sixteenth:
lntmlve . ... Ill .IMIantn Ml
Andronlrus . . 1111 1 ltrlk 103
Klnnlklnnie . . .l.KtAlslLe ?j
Urst Whip Mi lllnal.lo
The e'hamlsrlatn . Ml The Amazoi l.f
Armor . hC '
Mith rare, selling, live and one-half furlong.:
The llooilrn t)
Nannie Maud lyfl
V ouch ... SS
"lorkshire Ikiy s;
Frank Hall it
ol.inel 'a lden . . .MT
hweet Tooth .. .. IT.
IN THE CITY
; ira inL in i
CBAI'S OA.MK KAIDKD-A craps game
in the rear of a shIooii at No. ttiM North
Twentieth street was raided jesterday an 1
plavers. whi gave the following names were
arrt-stel: lj.ul Slitler. William Horkeld.
Sam .Mejer, Kdward Borgeld and James
i:X-CONVICT Al'I.KSTKn Martin
Ward, an e-conviil, "A ve-ars old. was ..r
restHl yert!av ufternouti bv Olhcer Hart
and Moran of the Fourth District on a
.htrge of robbing the basket faetory of
It. Deane at No. it North Sixth street,
lletity Keefe. who lives at No. iK Noitlt
Slth street, s.ijs that he wltnessW the
breakage of the front window and the theft
of two hurdles of basket,.. W'apJ was un
der the Influence of liquor.
BI.A.K NKAR SCl'I.I.IN IH-MIUKNCK
Sparks from an engine on the St. I.011IS
and iron Mountain roid veierday alter
noon set fire to some vvc-eds on a vacant
lot In the tear of the residence of John
Scullln. No. TstlS South Broadway. The
fire threatened lo destroy the fences) ami
outbullirings near the Scullln residence. The
blaze was extinguishes! before the a nival
of the fire department.
KCN DOWN BV CAB-Harry Shorn. 1
jears old. of No. 1119 North Kleventh street
while eros-lng the street at Fourteenth and
J.ucas avenue vestenlay afternoon, wjs
knocked down by cable car No. 15. In
charge or Conductor V. II. l."oney and
Motorman .Michael Harrington. At the.
City Dlfpensary it wn found that his left
hip had been nleloii.il and he wa badly
biuls-d nbuut the budj. He was forwarded
lo the Cltv Ho.spltl.
KOUBKIi BV NI;i:oKS-WIIIIam Waldo
of No. SV North Tnlt I str. et. while passing
the mouth of the alley on the south side of
Wah stieet. between T. nth and Kleventh
streets, wis held up and robbed of IT. by
thtee negroes. Detective Burke and Mc
CSrath arrested I. Hah Cunningham, a negro,
of No. Krs Nortn niev.nlli street, and Cun
nlrgham was positively identified by Waldo
as one of the men who held him up. An
application for a warrant will be made to
STARBBD IN Till: HAND-Hatlle Net
tles, ,t negress. 16 je.tr. old. of No. WIS
l.'icky street, was arrested by Oftle-r Ir
foii of Ihe Ninth Dl-trlct jesterday after
noon charged with stabbing I'eter McDon
nell of No. 19)1 Cas nvnue In the palm of
the right hand. McDonnell declares that
the- woman was punishing a little boj- at
tne con.er of Grand avenue and Lucky
street and when he attempted to Interfere
she stabbed him. The knife Inflicted a
wound about one-hulf 1111 Inch long.
I H5HT FOLLOWS COLLISION A two
hurre lilt lillillx van. ownesl bv Jarob I'fef
ferlv and driven bj" John Sipple of No. 1V1J
South Third street, collided jelerdaj- att
erniHin at Broidwnj' and l'A- street with
a sutiej uwiud and driven lij" Thomas Mul
len of No. 10i; Klll.il avenue-. The stirrrj
was damaged JJU. Sipple- and .Mullen le
ame engag.sl In a quarrel and Sipple cut
Mullen In the left lde of the neck. Inflict
ing a wound three-quarlers of an Inch long
and one Inch deep. Sipple was arrested.
The wound was pronounced not serious.
TCBNVEBKIN KNTKBTAINMKNT The
St. I-ouL Turnvereln gave the first
of Its. winter series of entertain
ments last evening In Its hall at N.
l.VK Chouteau avenue'. A large audience
wa prisent tu enjoj- the programme ar
ranged for the evening, which consisted of
vocal and Instrumental music. Thee... who
took part In the programme were: Ida Be
den. l.otta Bachtnen. Krnest Boehmen. Fi
1). Ij Falvre. F. E. Fitzgerald. Kdmee
Krankel. Irma Klefer. Irene Granger. Alice
Schroeder. Mjrtle (Jorllne. Fred Khnts.
Clarence Klelnschmidt, Walter Bccd and
TRAIN DELAVKD BY WHECK-Many
ai.xlous persons' who were expecting rela
tives or friends to arrive on the Frisco train
Irom Texas last night spent two troubled
hours and an extra twentj- minutes at
Union Sntlon before the train finally rolled
into the big shed. The train wasscheduled
to arrive at 6-JS o'clock, and when It failed
to come in on time Inquiries about the de
lay were made from the station agent.
Jerry Coaklej-. Mr. Coakley had been ad
vised that the train was delaj-ed by a
wreck, but he did not know whether the
Texas train or another had been wrecked.
When Mr, Coaklej-'s report had been noised
about the? uneasiness of the crowd waa In
creased, and It was not allav-ed until the
train arrived. The delay was caused by
the wreck ot a freight train near Billing.
Eupepsla Tablets correct all digestive dis
orders. Druggists pell them. Sent rij- ms.lt
If .TeslreH hp ttiA Knnenst.1 Co.. 23 f-ljirlr
uvenue. St. Iaouls. Trice 50 cents. Adv.
GREAT YEAR FOR
Kij: Tennis Have Koiiiiilnl Int.)
Siifli Form as to .lustifv
YALE SEEMS TO BE STRONGEST.
Her Defensive Play Is Keller Than
Showing Saturday Was
ItKPI IH.ICsPKCI Vl
New York. Oct. il. At the nt-nltiK of
this, the middle week of the season, the
situation In the rollege football world Is
well enough defined to aur" the enthusi
ast that the autumn of l') will be one of
the most Interesting In the hlstorj of the
The "His Kour" and several of She c.I-Iege-s
th it are Just outside of the limit f
gteatness have reaehed that point of le
velopment where Ihe degree of their ef
fect, veneis and their fundamental defects
are easilj studied.
As a basis for this study. It may bo said
that Vale nnd l'ennjlvanla lead the quar
tet, with Yale decidedly the better In the
matter of defense. No score ha ben mid
against Vale If an opponent cannot score,
he certainlj cannot win. I'ennsjlvanl.i his
been scoresl against twice, the last lime on
Weiinesdaj of la-.t week, bj- a team that
was supposed to be crippled, physically.
Yale has met Wealejan and Bowdoln, two
teams that furnish a verj- good line on her
abilities, both offensive and defensive. Wes
lej'an plajed Columbia to h standstill, anil
Pennsylvania found Columbia easj- to score
upon, nnd so aboluteIj- weak that the ex
hibition had oiilj' one redeeming in!ll.v for
Columbia, wlioe grit and pluck to fight U
out against the odds were commendable.
WVslejan fell a victim of Yale's terrific
offense bj- thirty-eight points. It would
have been fortj-two had It not been for
poor goal kicking. Bowdoin disclosed Yale
to be stronger than Harvard after a fair
1'eiiui.jlvani.i has a strong offense, with
the uld-iashioned. but score-making guards'
back Ida j". which la still effective, "rale uses
a iiiodillcatlou uf the plav-. and has worked
It under th- training of Murpnv-. until It I
a stock plaj-. witn some variations to make
it piuliut; : tne nppomiit.
l.ut Hue Is much siiunger than I'ennsjI
vanid. ami. appaientlj". loan all others, on
the .letenstve, us the games Inst week
sne vv ed.
Harvard's performance at West I'olnt
on Saturday was encouraging. All vviu ner
luck In the Int. rest of the nig games, jjut
11 does not disquiet iaie-s roiiduenre.
I'rincetoii was lucky last Saturday In the
Latajette game. It is not to the credit of
her rush line that Ihe single touchdown
e-i-me nut bj- offensive worx. but by the
.leverness. .,f ;,n end rush, 'the character
about rnncelon's scores, indeed, has been
this very valuable collateral luck. Laraj-ette
ri-shert Princeton, and found her detense
pmr. Turn Is h fau.t which snnuld not
ne allowed to continue bv- the Tigers.' coach
ers. and probably It win not.
A.ssQCATH TKvMS I'H ACTICE.
Members of the V B. C. unci Shamrock
Klrtrna MorUed Yeatrrilay.
As ociat l n football iljjers rut In jeterday
roorrlng praciklng for tl.e cpenlng game next
Sunda. At the F.-rest l"ark grounds were the
members of the Miamrock Club, ootklng for
dear life under the ejes of "Big Bobble," who la
now- captain ef the team.
alar.i..er I'alrlrk rd hi U.rlsilan llrothers
tollere eleven at woik en th college campus for
a riaitiln of hour. Stot ef tne old West J-aid
rhairplons were on hand, they will play on
the c II. C team this jear.
STAIl OF KKI.V SIIIVKS AUAI..
Mr. Ilnls'a loiml I'opp) Won Ilia See
oi.d Mtnlse at lie llodluinonl.
Interest In the coursing meet at the Pas
time Park jesterday afternoon seemed to
tenter 111 Ihe first appe.irnnce of John J.
Ivivln'sJ geiod dog, Warburton. who ran an
exhibition cotirne with hi kennel mate
Burton Tug. It was the first appearanc
f the Imported black dog. which nv many
Is eonsldered to be fur and away the best
grevhound In this locility. Warbnrton Ie.1
and beat Barton Tag smndlj-. In the ptippv
stake the two Black Joe Queen of St
Louis joungsters-Star of Krln and Muv
Heinpsti-.id. had an easy thing of It up to
the final, wh.n the rather large black dog
defeated his little lter. Maj- Hempstead,
In a fair course. The feature of the tin il
la.v In the fact that both the winner and
the inniier-tip finished in the same is.-Itlors
Siinduv- a week ngo In the puppv stake.
In the all-aged stake, but twelve dogs
were entered, and the seniltlr.nl loiti-d
Van Nve, Linda and Chief Klroj- still after
lie Jack. The latter was given a bve
through th.i withdrawal of Van Nve. this
giving Linda a bje nlo In the final be
tween Linda and Chief Kirov- the nervou
little black" bitch won out. the Chief not
bothering her much when she once got In.
The meeting wa. distinguished bj- the at
tendance of several members of the Ameri
can Coursing Board, among whom were
Doctor Q. Van Hummell of lndlitripolf.
the famous veteran e-ourser. and fi. (J.
Bail Ilajman. tl.e noted sporting nuthontj
if the Chicago Tribune, who Judged several
meetings in the W'et, Including minj
Waterloo. Doctor Van Hummell saw hi
pair of well-bred ones. Van Nve and Van
Natta, go and was hugely pleased. Mr.
lljvman. like his fellow-Jndge, Mr. O'Oal
lag'hun. has all the high Ideas about -nursing.
Judges and men who do not Indulge In
the somewhat expensive luxiirj- nf running
grej hounds. invariably pose. Both
Sentlemrn were verj' welcome and had a
ellghtful lime renewing old and vilued
acquaintance. The summare-:
Mav Hempslead .Tl'ark Joe Queen of St
Iy.uI-1 r-eat Spring Jfio.som .War e'lou t -White
I "ir "Adeline tMater Ji-n Ml.s Adeline) !eat
lord t'ans'ttle illlen Ayr Miss Nellie..
Nellie's Last .etlen Avr Mis Nellie) heat
ll.lan Horn iVVar ."lou.I While VVingsl.
Sia- f Krln iRI-ick Jo-yueen or st I..ul)
"reat Ied VV llbeltle ..tlen svr Mls Nellie..
Mav Hempstead beat Lad. Adeline.
Mar of Erin l-at Nellies Ijsi.
ftir of Krin beet Mat Bempsteal.
I.ajv Mr l Sir lenn.
l.lt.la beat Fareneil.
Van Nje lieat la.de I'arnell.
M.nsoon beat Habj Barnes.
Finn For belt Van Natta
Chief Kirov best Rot a I l.tzzle
l.'nda beat I..lv Me.
Van Nve lieat Vlonsoin.
Chief Kirov beat Firm Foe
Van N)e dran: Linda a bje; Clilef Kirov s
I.lrda beat Chief Kirov.
Kvhllotlon course Waiburun beat Barton Tag.
IIIC MM OFf'KRKD Klllt IJIKI.IST.
C'lilcfiKO I'nrllea Bid 7.KMI fnr r.
Chlm.'a Ooo.l Tno-l rnr-Dld.
Kit Chlnn on Saturdaj- refused an offer
of J7." for his great I-year-old. Duelist.
The offer came from some Chicago liege
men through an agent. Mr. Chlnn seems
to know who would own the wonderful lit
tle animal If the price was accepted but
will not give the name.
Seven thousand 1. by most of the local
turfmen, considered none too high for Du
elist, when the cost of other Juungsters
that have not panned out Is thougnt of
The horse will be remembered for his re
cent record-breaking performance at KIn
loch Park, when he ran five and a half
furlongs in 1W. beating a Held of all-aged
horses. Just pfter that race Duelist was
slightly Injured, which has caused his ttm-porurj-
Trainer Ferjcnaon III.
lxlrgton. Ky.. Oct. It. Trainer "Bluegraes
Jim" Ferguson la seriously 111 at his farm near
this city. He has been confined to hi bed for
a week as the reult of harlng exposed his body
to the X-ray. the exposure brought on ma of vio
lent vomiting, followed by a loss of strength.
Ferguson wa In falling health wren he returned
to Kentucky some months ago. but there had
been a decided Improvement In his general con
dition, and preparation were being made to
operate on him to remove an old bullet when
the relapse came. The x-ray picture was taken
for the purpose of locating th Dullet.
Plait's Chlorldea.lhe Beat Disinfectant
(or household uses. Odorless, prompt, cheap.
To tide on our New Modern Vestibuled Trains, the latest and best pro
ductions of the Pullman Company. The Day Train carries New Revolv
ing Seat Parlor Chair Car, free of extra charge, and Cafe Dining Car.
The Fast Night Train carries New Revolving "Chair Car, Free of Extra
Charge, and Pullman Drawing Room and Compartment Sleepers. Leaves
St. Louis JO.JO p. m.f arrives Kansas City 7:30 a. m.o-w-v.v.-e.-rfoo?
. . TO . .
"THE ONLY WAY"
mm ninc ct u.iins
TUr ULITL O I
City papers will prove eatah'l.ked practice alrce l!f3 Pee ha-ic numbers
of The l:epulalc: b convinced. Tou see Lilt. v.v'IIiTTlF.11 in person
For Honest Treatment.
.lire all Chronic. .er..u. Illond. bln and I rlnjre lllen-e
both seses. .Nervals Debility. Lost llai.hon.l. et . urodueing nerr.
A'.enefs. d'apvnd.ncv and Irrltat leness or urntn.ss ft.r business or raamaga.
r.sult of error, lest manlessL mllkv urire. organle weakness nmcanes. etc.
l'..-ier restored and a radical eure guaranteed. AW for l.lar."t 31
illon.l r..lBonAII stages. Eeiema. t"lce- cured for life bv 5.1 f means Ak for blank -
lilnar and lllail.lrr atRntsqulr!.lT rure-l. ralr.ful. Plfrleolt. Too Freunt or r:oodr
Trine; alo private di-eases uhle-i oL-lniet u-'nirr rassage Ask irr Man's II.
I'lle aid all Keelsl disease eured. Modem n-etv,o.!s: r-o cu't're Call er writ fr .".
snrirlenl e-i.. whether rorgniial or arou'rad s'jecessfcl'.r treated rleneel' In aiT".
"ssiirni uietlnnarr snd A.lilaer free at ofr cr t'z'.f-a bj
.ileaiem Uletlnnarr and A.lilaer free
MANHOOD RESTORED cupidene-
ThfriatTlVTitnrr.lhrTfjiTirVn'"-'wrn fhjt . willia ! ent .Tvf I
n-.w..1n.f tniirt" mM. .tirh t ( Manhtrt!., aMtmita. PI I the Bark,
t4rMitiial rMMN,rMM UVWIIItj. Ptatplc. I aVtarMt Marry. Libaat!nc Drain.
arlrorle and rntl9atUa. lilies .HJo hy Uy r nh lTTr u; 'f 'tin.
wa bif ftrtfMU'1tw-r?Tml!Thn(l 1 ihlrrrrf irr-'.r7 CI 1 II.LM.rIrrteMiS
ln tL ln:iiTn 1 thacr csy ornnt all imfmrti. sL'FPII'EE rtrosibn 4 tritHr mU
ak orCKBt. Threv-,a 'ffrrrfcrricnr hy lrtr lprjn rT fft trwWH wr, !
satitl CrPIDrn ittt nl alinwB raMj l f -ir witbrtr.t n rP-l"B & ttironat A tvrifrf irrt
1m tTSTa-.'. Wr OAOL SICDIClMC CO., r.O. Uox ;. hmm Fraaettr. C.O.
r.ADOTEAU & CO.. i.roaJwjy anJ L.uca A... Si. IauIj. Ma
GOAL MINERS WILL
NOT WORK TO-DAY.
i'ri-Milfiit Mitrlicll Pntislit'il Tlicre
Will Ho Xu ISreak in
OPERATORS ARE HOLDING OFF.
Tliiriy-I'ive lVr Tent Have Not
Signed Ten IVr Cent Wage Ad-
vame L'owder Price Not
the Main Issue Now.
Hazletun, IM.. Oe-t. 21. When President
Mitchell of the I'nitesl Aline. Workers wa
aked to-night liy j represenutlve of the
Associated Press what he had to s.tj- In re
gard to a. settlement of the anthracite coal
miners' sirike, he said:
'As there apjiears to be some disposition
on the part of th pul.llc to place the re
sponsibility for the proloncntlon of the
strike on the shoulders, of the mine work
er, speaking for them. 1 want :o say thnt
when the Scranton e-onventlon accepted the
M per cent advance in wages, providing the
operators uLolUh the sliding scale and
guaranteed the pa merit of the advance
until April 1. the miner had met the oper
ators more than half way. They had shown
conciliator) spirit and 1 know of no cood
reason why the propo lion sdioiild not have
been aieepled by the operators.
"The public stiould understand that un
satisfactory as U the proposition of the
operators who make the tt-ductlon In the
price of ponder a part of the advance of V)
per cent, that even tills proposition has not
been offered by a very large number of the
co.tl-produclns companies In the anthracite
region, and until all companies guarantee
the pamcnt of Ihe lo per cent advance
above the rate of wacesi paid in September
until April 1. .ireniiUns to the decision of
the Scranton convention, the miner are
powerless to a. t. I want to repeal aK.ilu
lb. it ther. can be no partial st. ..nal settle
ment of tills s'rike.
Vln.ij Art- Holding Out.
"The larse .ompanles in the l-ehlsh re
gion lint have refused to move at all since
the pcranto't convention w i held are Coxe
Hros. & Co.. the large -t eoal producers In
the I-ehlRh region: C. IJ. M irkle Ai Co. the
1-lilnh and Wllkisbarre Company, the J.c
hlgh Coil and Navigation Comp-iny and a
Mrge numler of smaller compinies. There
is nlo a considerable number of eoal com
panies ill the I.tckawanna anl Wjomliu
r.glen thit have not guaranteed the ia
ment of the M per cent advance until Arri!
1. The only district that ha accepted the
terms of the Scranton convention In full Is
No. . littler known as the S:hti)lkill dis
trict. "Cimpanlf wh'ch produce about B5 per
cent of a tolal produitlon ot the anthracite
.oal lields have guaranteed the pijment of
the lo per cent advance- and have abolished
the sliding it-ale."
Ml -VMIIIK HUNK AT MIIMOKIV
Shamokln. Pn.. Oet. II. Committees of
I'titltd Mine Workers canvassed the Phila
delphia and Heading Coal and Iron Com
pany strikers of this place-. Mount Carmel
and I.ocust Gap to-day to learn whether any
of the men intend d going to w-ork to
morrow. The strike leaders, this evening
stat.d that no one would respond to the
blowing of the whistles riceptlng engineer,
and lire bosse--.
A prominent local official of the Union
Ceal Compiny sas the company posltively
reftises to accede to any of the demands
made by the Scranton convention.
sen to :ir. i)ivmi:n.
Scranton. Pa.. Oct. :L A meeting of the
ptfs'.lents of the Scranton loe-al unions of
the Cnlted Mine Workers was held this aft
ernoon to d!ci:ss the advisability of taking
Egreslve steps toward closing up the
washcriey. After .arefully anvaslng the
situation It w is decided to let the mattsr
r.t for awhile. The fact that the end of
the strike is renerally believed to h at
bund impelled the meeting to refrain from
making thl move, which lsi generally con
ceded would be attended with the posslhlli-
We are expanding our business by showing the latest J
Fabrics and putting style in our garments equal to the 5
highest priced tailors at much lower prices. Try us. v
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SIXTH and OLIVE.
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Comuiutlon l-rce n unica
or by Mall.
5-rparite Waiting -Room ff
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Cuifl can-i aNcrvsHu Pttllitr. r?mlaI '.'ih.9fM. !-
ntHMxl or it rti i-Mtittirz (rwDi yon"hfl rrrr or
trMt l-i frm t-)t Hvro ittkt In uend coofUatl
Jtertlsc-l In tnet. Ioti't r-prr rci mitt fortr 'nn !
Kp n-r f'.d in .urtn; 1L .".rtt Las4. lfric-'. Fia
DolTcn trial pact;. I M "Dollar, nfflcif Bt to "bw thai hm
RtmsI-will d a)i thai li-l(Tttv1. Sid mj v Dr C
A Bouavch, .Vc. t Morcaa Ht. t Lculi. Ua.
NO CURE NO PAY
li j on hTr sakall.akcrraa.
I tost povrr or weaJjtexiiiur draou.
oar tcuum Orran lTeloprTwtIt
rrtoro yon arithont drfr r
I Wectridtr ; S5.M0 la aaci not
faRirf; Bot9-irtarnrd; no CO V fraud; vrlttfor
BarttrQlar nt )WAlltn platn envtto.
UCAl APPltANCe CO . 444 Cbtrlcs l, Otmr. !
GRAND NATIONAL PRIZE OF1
16.600 FRANCS AT PARIS
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utatrtjrfCo!J. I-t.r!rp. fctou ach Trcufclea, .
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.be WooJ. ara lujcs cp 1-.0 airw jeia.
Paris: Z2 fin ; Droaot.
New York ! E. Fcra & Cc,aON.ttJ.amS..
For oitr half a cen-.ury te popular rmdr (n
ptrior 10 .11 ttbrsi with ihx-lrlan. la Kurop.
.ad .Mnerra. fcr th. rrcrapt nd ccmplet. cur.
..f lonjt-stardlnjt or jeccot case, of dTnctaia.
cf th. urinary urrana -n either sex. At all drtw
sisu. Zc tsittl. cf t rasaulsa.
clin a CO.. r.ris-
816 Chestnut St., St. Louis. Mo.
The RELIABLE Specialist
Curs pxivatr and chronic dis
eases. Lst Manhood. Nervjua
IXblllty. Ixist lrur. bemli.l
Weakness. Mlabt Loss. D.-blil-talins;
Ure.ms. liirlr IJecav. Va
ricocele and all results if error,
cf south cr excess;. In latsr
years perroannt'y eureil. t'rl
ary Plseae. eilest. Slrlcture,
unnatural DIscharE'- ad all
disease of Kldnrs and HI Her.
and blood I'otson. all stages, pcsltlrsly curftL
Criarse. low. Outif-town pailents treated by
malt. Kook an J Qu.stlon Lists nn Spcial Dlscas.
sent f"ree. eTtmsulUtlnn Free. Call or writ. Hour.
H a. m. to S p. m. bunda. 19 to 13 m.
ty of disorder, and which would have a.
t.ndency tu do more harm to the causa
than to the operation of the wa..heries.
The general sitiiatiott was also discussed,
and one of the presidents at the conluion
of Ihe meeting stated to the Associated
press that in his Judgment the men would
be rcrfe-ctly satisfied to accept the 10 per
rent offer with the powder clause Included.
"All that we can expect to enforce I thit
we get thp lrt per cent." said he. "It Is hardlv
Ihe thing Jor tis to thln's Te can d'etate to
the companies how they shall pay the ad
vance." Organizer Fred Dllcher doe not talk that
way. however. He .iv the convention de
manded, a straight 10 per cent advance,
with the powder question left for future
adjustment, and that until this demand is
remplled with 1 the very letter, the of
ficers have no authority to call off tho
The striken- here believe that th" com
panies which have failed to comply with tho
agreement of Thursday's conference to post
nmemlmei.-s lo the original offer guaran
teeing It. continuance till April 1. 1901. Is
prompted by a desire to hold tip the settle
ment, and If it I not po"ble to cause
a brrak in lh ?chiiiMII retion.
ii.KKs.it tniii: is lioi'Krii..
Willteslurre. Pa . X-t. 21. The general he
ller here is that the coming week will se
the wind-up of 1'ie strike. The strikers do
not admit thu open!, but it Is the feeling
th.t the lockout cannot be eTontlnue.) much
longer. Inith sides; are expected to make
The operator-. nv they have none to
malte. but under ortain pressure they are
expected to make them, nevertheless. The
politicians have had their ray in the nego
tiations looking toward n settlement, and
now the sales agents for the big coal com
panies and the retail dealers in the big
eitlcs arc taking a hand
They are writing and telegraphing every
lay to the con! eomptnl"-. that unless some
thing is done verv s(oti to bring the strike
t an end. and an effort made to get onn
hard coil on the market at salable Ilg
tircs. the anthracite trade will be elemor
.iliz'il for j ears to tome and some of it
will le lost forever.