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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MAY 12. 1901.
5 Sr .
Doctor Milen Cures
of Men Only.
Men afflicted with diseases of the sexual
organs of any description who desire a
reedy and permanent euro should, without
delay, consult Doctor Mllen. the master
specialist In diseases of men. There arc
many reasons why Doctor Mllen cures
where others fall to give even temporary
relief. He "has devoted all the 25 years of his
professional career to the study of diseases
of the sexual organs of man and has con
fined his practice to this specialty exclu
sively. His practical experience Is unques
tionably greater than that of any other
living specialist. This vast experience,
coupled Tilth unceasing study and experi
ment, has enabled him to discover and per
fect original methods of treatment that
have given him a complete mastery over
diseases of men. This Is no Idle assertion,
but Is n fact easily demonstrated to all
who nrmtv tn him fnr tro-itmrnt. Does It
not stand to reason that a physician with Doctor Milen'a extensive and varied ex
perience Is better qualified to treat successfully the aliments to which he gives spe
cial attention than the ordinary specialist or practitioner? He charges nothing for con
sultation, cither by mall or in person at his offices. He will tell you If your case Is In
curable, and If he treats you he will give you a legally binding: contract to cure you
or refund the fee. He Is the only specialist In St. Louis who cures men only who sees
all patients personally, and who Is personally responsible for the cure of all his pa
tients. The chief ailments treated by Doctor Mllen arc as follows:
SEXUAL DEItlLITY and Its accompanying train of physical and mental Ills, such as
extreme nervousness, lack of cither confidence, energy or ambition: dizziness, pains
In the head, spots before the ees, loss of memory and a feeling of general exhaus
tion: night losses, prematureness and Impotency.
PROSTATIC TROlinL.ES, the leading symptoms of which are a weak, aching back,
a benrlng-down feeling across back and in loins, difficult and frequent urination, etc.
BLOOD roiSOX In all Its stages Is by Doctor Mllon's treatment thoroughly erad
icated from the svstem. never to return.
URETHRAL STRICTURE Is quickly and painlessly cured by Doctor Milen. by his t
chemical process, without any cutting or dilating.
VARICOCELE is cured at home by a chemical treatment, without operation.
This treatment Is purelv original with Doctor Mllen.
ALL REFLEX TRomi.ES that these diseases caue are also permanently re
moved, for the reason that Doctor Mllen treats the cause, and not the symptoms of
the disease he cures, and when the cause of the disease Is removed all symptoms and
reflex complications are also removed.
WRITE if "you cannot call and give at complete a description of your troubles as
you can. and Doctor Mllen will send you his opinion of your case by return mall, free
of charge. All letters strictly confidential. Office hours, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. dally; S
a. m. to i: m. Sundays.
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and give the best satisfaction; that is why there
are more "Quick Meal" Qas Ranges in use in St.
Louis than. all other Gas Ranges taken together.
The "Quick Meal" has removable drip pans, and
heavy, strong removable burners that make a solid
sheet flame. This makes it so easy to keep them
clean that no housewife after using a "Quick Meal"
will use any other. There is neither bother nor
expense to you for running the gas pipes or con
necting the Range WE DO IT FREE. We put
it up in your kitchen ready to light Give us your
order we do the rest.
AND ALL LEADING DEALERS.
Waaklnrton 3, Boston z.
Boston. Mass.. May u After Lnwls had tilled
the bases In the tint by girts. Qulnn drove a
tvo-bagger to lift, brlniruur la three runs and
winning the cam for Waibinston. L. thoutft
batted hard ax times, kept the hits well scat
tered. Freeman, was pot out ot the game In the
eecond Inning for kicking. Attendance. 7,1(1.
Don-d. ir 4 110 0
Hemphill, rf.4 1 0 0
Jones, cf 4 0 10 0
Collins. 3b. .4 1 ? 0
Freeman, lb.1 1 1 o 0
McLean. lbs oil 0 0
Parent. R....4 114 0
Ferris. 2b.. .4 1 E s 0
Crigcr, C...S 110 0
uewls, p ..J 10 3 0
Farrell. ct.,2 0 2 0 0
Everett, lb..J (11 n o
Foster. H....1 0 3 0 0
Dungaa. rf..3 0 2 10
Qulnn. Zb....4 12 4 0
Cllnmn. s.3 1 1 4 o
Coug'n. lb. .3 0 3io
Clark, c 2 Olio
Le:. o 4 12 2 0
Totals ....23 3 27 11 0
1.-.0 "10 0 10 0 0 0-3
-Boston 2. Two-base hits TJowd l.
. Earned run
is very much like the blossom
ing of a flower. Its beauty and
perfection depends entirely
upon the care bestowed upon
its parent. Expectant mothers
should have the tenderest care.
They should be spared all worry
and anxiety. They should eat
olentrof rood nonriinin? food
and take o-etttle exercises. This I
will go a long way toward preserv-
incr their health and their beautv (
w .. . . . ..... - &
as well as taat ol tne little one to
come. Bat to be absolutely sure
of a abort and painless labor they I
-dsW mMUm m. mmP
TrBlaTlTlrtBt;aie months of costs.
tloc. This Is a simple liniment, which
la to he applied externally. It gives
strength and vigor to the muscles and
prorata all af the discomforts ol prer
nucy. wsica woBten nseu 10 iniai
la tud thera is no
oib-b rriena ts
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THEODORE MILES. M,
The only apeclaltat In St. Leali who
enrea men only, nho sees all patients
800 Olive Street,
Opposite Pari Offiej.St, Lwii. Mi.
Collins i. Freeman 1, Ferris 1. Qulnn 1. Double.
playjfc-J'arent, Ferris and Freeman 1. Sacrifice
hits-Everett 1. First base on balls-OfT Lewis .
Hit by pitcher Clark. Struck out By Lewis 2,
by Les 1. Time of same Two hours and Mty
two minutes. Umpire HajkelL
Dertolt 9, Chicago 4.
Detroit. Mich.. May 1L Detroit bunched four
hits with Chicago's two errors In the first In
nlnx to-day. and droe in five rani. A tut on
balls, a steal by Teaser and a wild pitch cava
Detroit another run In the fourth, and in ths
firth, two bases on balls and three hits (are the
locals three more runs. Chlcaxos three runs In
the sixth lnnlnc were the result of four hits,
to of Ihem tao-baggers. Oleason's fielding was
a feature. Attendance. 7.512. Score:
Casey. lb...,G 2 12 0
Barrett. cf..4 10 10
Gleaeon. 2b..4 0 2(1
Holmes. rt..S 110 0
Dillon, lb.. ..4 1 14 t 0
nib'reld. s..2 0 2 3 1
Hoy. cf 4 2 10 0
Jones. rf....4 0 2 0 0
Mertea, 2b.. .4 0 o 5 o
Isbell, lb.. ..2 1 It I 1
Hartmn. 2b 5 3 0 1 0
Shugart. S...G 0 2 0 0
McF'land, ir.4 2 0 0 0
Eut'ran. o...4 2 3 1 S
BKonac. P...3 0 1 t 1
Harvey, p.. .3 0 0 10
Nance. ir....t 12 0 0
Buelow, 0...4 2 2 10
0 2 2 0
Detroit S 0 0 13 0 0 0 .
Chicago 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0-4
Earned runs Detroit 1, Chicago 3. Innings
pttched-Skopec 6. Hsney 4. Baas hits Oft 8kop
ee 7. oft Harvey 2. Two-base hits Nance 1. Caaey
1. Dillon 1. Hartmsn 1, hoy 1. Sacrifice hits
Mertes 1. Stol-n bases Teager 1. First base on
balls Oft Taer 4. off Ekopec I Hit by pitched
ball Barrett. First bast on errors Detroit 1,
Chicago 1. Left on bates Detroit 7. Chicago 11.
Struck out By Tetgor 2. by 8konec 1. br Harvey
1. Wlld pitcher 8kopec 1. Time ot game Two
nours. ijinpirr onrriatn.
Mllvrankee IS, Clevelaarl B.
Milwaukee. tVis., May 11 Scott and Hotter
were bath easy to-dar. and the home team won
its first game of the series from Cleveland. Con
ro's battlnr and Waldron'a fielding were feat
ures. The weather wat cold, making fast playing
Impossible. Attendance, 1,800. Bcore:
tValdron. rf 4 2 2 0 0
Gilbert. 2b. S 2 2 3 1
H'llm'n. cf. 4 1 2 1 0
A'lTrs'n. lb. S 3 0 0
Conror, s... 4 4 3 3 0
Duffy. If... 3 2 10 0
Burke. 3b.. (0012
Leahy, c... (17 2 1
Sparks, p. 3 0 0 3 0
Totals -....S Fill
P'erlng. if . 3 3 1 0 0
m i-rty. ir. 4 I
Oenlna, cf . 4 1
L'Ch'nce, lb i 0
Bradley, 3b. 4 0
Beck, 2b.... 4 1
Shay, a t 2
2 2 0
4 2 0
0 0 0
0 0 s
. 5 1
. 0 0
. 1 0
. t 1
.27 10 24 II 1
Batted for Bcott In th second taping;.
Milwaukee I 0
o s o o 4 4 o ..11
0 0 10 2 0 0 11
Cleveland , I
Earned runt MilwaukM a mviBna i wita
made off each pttchep-Off Scott 2. off Hofftr.12.
Two-base hits Anderton I, Beck 1. Three-base
hits Duffy 1. ahy 1. Shay 1. Home run-Cbn-roy.
Stolen bates Pickering 2McCarthy 1, Cbn
roy 3. Burke 1, Waldron I. Bates on btllt Off
Eparks a off Scott 3. off Hofftr s. Hit by pltoher
Leahy 1. Wild pitches Hofftr 2. -Struck 'out -
y oparaa i, oy. uonrer z saennee hits Waldron
Itt on -bases Milwaukee
lnrv Bitched Scott 1. HAffi
Innings pitched Scott 1. Hotter 7. Umpire Con-
nelly. TIrot Two'honrt and fire minutes.
Weatersi Aasoetatloa. .
At Toledo Toledo t. Dayton a
At Indlanapollt-Tlarlon . Indianapolis 4.
At Fort Wayne Fort Wayne a Louisville a
At Grand Baplds Grand Raplda ,'CbIumbns .
At Bioomlngton Bloomlngton
sj. Rock Island
At EvansvlUe-Cedar Baplds M. Bvansvllla 4.
At Decatur Decatur , Rockford I.
' At Terrs Haute Tern Hants II, Dartaport.ia
- : Asaatear Baaetall .CIat Hotea..
The t.Jt 1. dob win play tht Ramssys
Sunday morning at Handlan's Park. ' For game
with the T. JO l.-addnaa William H. -MoyUn.
No. Ill Washington avtmi.
A food-second baseman would Ilk to. Join
soots flrst-clsas taasx Address No. Hot Flnaay
412 and 414 t
NORTH FOURTH STREET.
REDUCTIONS IN ALL
EASY FOR CHICAGO.
Doyle's Tail-Enders Had Great
Luck With Donovan's Team,
Winning Second Game.
ERRORS OF ST. LOUIS COSILY.
SudUoff Sent to tbe Slab When the
Game Was Lost Heidrick
Returned to Cen- '.
8TADIMJ OF THE CLUIIS.
Clubs. W. U Pet.
Pittsburg ...10 B .6S7
Cincinnati ..9 S .MO
New York ..7 6 .M3
Boston 7 c .US
Brooklyn .... 7 8 .4C7
Philadelphia. 7 .CS
81. Louis .. 7 10 .12
Chicago 7 12 .3(8
Raltlmore .. 7
Washington . 6
Milwaukee .. &
Clf eland .. 4
Washington 3, Boston 2.
Milwaukee 12, Cine. 5.
Detroit . Chicago 4.
Phil. 7 llaltlmore 6.
can 12. EL IXHils
Phil. s. Boston 4
New York 7. Brook. 0.
Pltts.-CIn. game post
poned. To-Day'a Scliertnle.
St. L. at Chicago.
Pitta at Cincinnati.
, American League.
I Cleve. at Milwaukee.
1 Chi. at Detroit.
Chicago, 111,, May 1L-Luck wrapped Its
Invisible arm around Tom Lottus and Ills
cheerless band to-day and helped Chicago
gain a victory from St. Louis. The score
was 12 to 2.
The Roblson players made, nine hits oft
Kason. but they were all scattered, the two
runs made by St. Louis being the result ot
aa many bases on balls, which Eason gave
In the third Inning during a few moments
of unsteadiness. A few of the visitors gave
the sphere some pretty hard raps, but they
could not get It away from a flflder. Tills
was how luck waltzed with Chicago. It
mattered little how or when a Mlssourlan
slugged the ball: It always went stralftht
toward one of the Orphan and asked to lo
But things were different when ChlcaRO
batted. Neither Powell nor SudhofT. who
relieved him. had any effectiveness. It wns
seldom that either of them could slide n
ball over the plate where an Orphan could
not find It. And then when they did hit It
the fielders had to run their shoes oft to
get anywhere near It. Thebattlng was
terrific. Chllds was the only man who did
not get a safe drive.
The first Inning foretold Powell's finish.
Hartiel banged the ball for three bases over
where neither Heidrick nor Donovan could
get It. He was homed by Green's single.
tn the third St. Louis made two and Chi
cago three. Eason gave both Schrlver and
Burkett bases on balls, and with two Out
McOann singled, scoring both.
It was In the last half of the third that
Powell sulked and was taken out of the
gams by Donovan. After Hartzel had
doubled and Green tripled. Powell began
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tossing little lobs In to Dexter. Pailden no
ticed him first, and, calling upon him to
stop for a moment, motioned for Donovan
to come In from the field. SudhofT was
called from the bench. Three bnlls hud
hpfn villiil fin rii.Tlpr frnni lVnoll unri
Sudliolt gave him the other. Too runs had '
already been scored, unci Green got homo on
n bad "rror by lIcGann. Raymor reaching J
emy ns Powell had been.
One run ua.i made In the fourth, four In
the fifth, tno In the neventli and one In
tho eighth. After the third Inning the St.
Louis plncrs got started well In the llfth;
seenth anil ninth, but Just when they
soem;d near a score, double plai, nlclcd by
some of the best luck In the world, cudid
their hopes. The score:
All. H. III. O. A. E.
Ilnrtscll, If & 2 s 3 i o
Dolan. rf 4 : ; o 1 o
Green, cf S : 3 Z a 0
Dexter, lb 3 1 2 .'. 2 o
Child, lb ,'TXTX.-. 4J,'0"'""V 4 4 4!
ltaymer. 3!) f 1 1 0 i 1
McCormlck. s 4 Z 1 3 3 n
Chance, c 3 2 0 7 10
Ea-MKl, p ' 4 0 2 2. 0 0
Totals 37 12
Burkett. If 3 1
Hriilrirk, cf 4 0
Ooiioran. rf .... 4 (1
McGann. lb , t u
Wallace, h 4 o
I'aUdcn, 2b ....'... , f 0
Kruutr, 3h ...A !. 4 II
PchrUT. c 3 1
rowi'it. p o o
suiihorr, p 2 ii
Total f";....-. 31 2
ClllcaRO ,.1 0 3 14 0 2
St. Louts 0 0 2. 0 0 0 0
Left on tiatep-Chlcaco 6, ht. Louis 5. To-bnn-
hits llortaell 1. McCormlck 1. Krusar 1,
Wrllnce 1. Three-uase hit llartxell 1 Grt-rn 1.
Sacrlflfo hits ruwr.l L Htolrn hsuen llnrtell 1.
Dolan X Dexter I. Kajmerl. Clmnce 1, Met; inn 1.
Double play McCormlck anil Dexter 1; Itajnwr,
Chlhls and Dexter 1: Wallace and McGann 1;
McCormlck. Clilld and Dextfr I. struck out
lly Eason 4. I I'owtll 1. l.y Kudhoff 1. I'nj.vd
hall Chance 1. Unses on balls Oft Iaron 3, off
l'owfll 1. orf .Suiihorr 4. Time of game One hour
and flrt)-fle mlnutr. Umplrf-I'mill.
mjtes k tiik :.mi:.
Ilubc Waddrll will pitch to-morrow's
Ijume. He wanted to take the slab against
St. Louis to-dny, but Loftus told him to
rest one day nt least.
Chlcogo was without Its captain to-day,
Doyle having gone to his homo at llolyoke,
Mas., wherp his father Ih seriously 111.
All the errors made by St. Iuls were
costly, giving runs to Chicago In each ca?
Heldiick's muff of McCormlck's long fly In
the fifth let In two men.
EW YORK 7, HltOOKIA'X O.
Chnmplnits Shnt Out With Only Tern
Hits by lutthcTTon' Pitching;.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Slay 11. Mntthcwson
mora than maintained his rcpututlou as a
Pitching wonder to-day by shutting out the
Brooklyn and allowing only two hits, one
cf them a scratch. Only two of the Brook
lyn runners reached second. The Melding Oti
both sides was hplcndkl, considering the
Held. Attendance, 8,W0. Score:
Bernard, ct..t 2 4 n o
ficlbach, U..3 13 0 0
Davis, a S 2 4 3 0
ltlchman. rr.t 10 0 0
Rtrane. 3h...4 i : t 1
Ganzol, Hi... I 0 9 0V
Nelson. :t...3 tlio
Hinltli. c t 14 0 1
Jlat'nson, p3 1 i) 3 0
Totals 34 SSW 2
Keeler. rf...4 I I o tl
Schrck'd, If. 4 0 2 1 0
McCrrer). tf.3 0 3 o il
rnrrell. lh... 0 7 10
Daly. 21) 3 0 1 1 ii I
Dnhlen, s.,,.3 0 I 2 (I ,
Gatlna. 3h.3 0 3 10
McOulrc. A,3 1 B o nl
Kennedy, ii. n 0 n 1 ft I
Hugh'. Ii. ..3 0 .1 I 0 .
.3') !K S 0 1
New Tork 0 4 0 3 0 o"Vo 0-;
llmokljn 0 0 0 0 0. i) 0 0 0-0
Kami-d runs New York 7. Two-lnse hhs
Kelliach I, IMla 1. Thrre-hise lilH-Hernard 1.
rirat tMi on error 13rookln L Left on ljaa
lirooklju 4. Nc York 5. Stolen base Keelcr
1. Double plays Dnlilen and Farrell. 1. Ba
on balls By Matthcwson 1. by Kennedy 2. by
Hughes 2. Struck out By Matthwon 4. by
Kennedv 2, bv Hughes 4. Passed halls Smith 1.
Time Orre hour and thirty-six minutes. Umpire
Philadelphia 7, Baltimore tl.
Baltimore. Sid.. Msy 11. The Baltlmorn Amer
ican lagu teAm camp within an aca of ticlnjj
tha score in the ninth Imlng In the Kame !n-dny
ulth th t'hlladclplila Athletics, but fnodgrafs.
mho wn running for Robinson, wns thrown nut
at the plate. OeTer kiin put out of the game for
hack-tnlk to Hi umpire lin ordered off the
coachlnir line. Attfmlance. 3 St7. ycorer
llcOraw, 3b.S lit"
TVmlin. ir....4 1 3
Wlll'ms. 2d..4 1 2 2
Krlsl-r. .4 112 3
Pmimr. rf.4 l I) 1 "
Jackson. cf..4 2I0O
Foulz. lb....4 19 10
Bbblnaon, C..4 2 4 S i
Howell. p....2 0 12 0
Totals ....35 19 H 3
nlfr. c J
Fiarr, cf.. .2
Fultz. If S
lrt.f. 3b 4
B'nhardt. p.. 4
Totals ....40 It 27 11 I
Bdtlmore f 0 2 f) 0 J I 0-
l'hlladptphla o 1 0 1 1 o () 4 o-.
Tn-bae hltt-La-Ile L gejboM 1. Ctom 2.
Tl r.e-bnse hlt-Wllllam 1. Keister 1. Hayden 1
IiJolo 1. stolen bsses-HryboM I. First base on
hall By Bemhar.lt 1. by Howell 1. Slrnck out
Bv Honell 1. by Bernhardt 1. Time One hour
and forty mlnutfs. Umpire Ontllllon.
PHILAnBLrillA . ROSTOX 4.
Mchola list thf tinnte, Elsrht Rnns
nelna- Made Off Hint.
Boston. Mass.. May ll.-Nlchols lost the
game for Boston to-day. eight runs being
made, off him fn the fo,Ir inl"" he r'tcnd,
from five singles, a two-bagger, n thrcc
bagger, a home run and three bases on
balls. Willis replaced him In the fifth, and
was in splendid form. Orth was almost ln
vlnclblo except In the fourth, when Hamil
ton and Demont singled and Long's home
run brought In threo runs. Attendance 2.
Ilam'fn. cf.J 2 0 fl J
Tenney. Ib.4 o It 0 0
Demont. 2b.3 l 0 1 0
Long, s 2 1 1 f J
Crollus. rf..2 0 0 0 0
Gam'ns. lf..2 0 2 10
Lowe. 2D....4 10 11
Klfdre. C...3 1 12 I 0
Nichols. p...l 0 0 2 1
Willis. p"...2 0 0 2 0
Totals ...B " 27 2
rrty. lb.. .4
Slaale. It.. ..4
2 is o o
2 0 7 0
3 3 0 0
Cross, s. 5 2 S 2
Hallman. Zb.2 2 2 3
Orth. p 4 0 0 S
Totals ...35 12 27 IS 1
Boston r. -0 0 0 S 0 l 1 0 04
Philadelphia ' 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0-
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Walrerton. l'ro and Plehanty 1 Cros and
Delchanty 1. Pacrltlce lilt" lliimltton 1, Sla
Bln 1, Hallman 1. FlAfe on ball Oft Nichols 2.
oft WILIS 1. off Orth 2. Hit bv pitched halls
Oammnna 1 Hallman 1. Struck nut--ol' Mch
ol 4. by Willie 7. by Orth 1 TimOne hour
and forty-fle minutes. Umpire Nash.
St. LonU A. A. A. IS. Wnbsnh fl.
The opening game between these two teams of
thn Commercial league was rlayed on the for
mer's anuindn In Forest Park atuiny afternoon,
with the above result. Davidson on third. Falr
tmck on nyst and Fltialbbons on recond did the
Irf-jt flldlne for the triple As. while Granville,
en third, showed the best form for the Wabash.
The score by Innings: ,
R. H. E.'
St. L. A. A. A...& 4 0 0 3 2 2 0 ..-12 14
Wnhash 2 0 12 0 0 2 0 0 S 7 5
Batteries: St. 1- A. A. A Schwartx and Dler-
berger. Wabash Blly and Nelson.
Bank of Commerce .10, M.. K. at T. 5.
The Bank of commerce teim of the Commer
cial League defeated the M. K. T.'a on the
former's diamond In forest Park yesterday after.
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M., K. A T, Riley and Brug.
Rt. Joseph. Mo. 'May 11.- Pitcher Underwood
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Omaha was wild at critical times. Score:
It. It. E.
St. Joseph t 0 3 0 0 0 0 3...-H 19 2
Omaha ., 9 0 10 0 2 0 2 0 5 S 1
Batteries: St. Jossph Underwood snd Boon,
Omaha Graham and Olade.
Kansas City. Mo.. May It. Kansas City made
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He received miserable support. Gibson made
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Denier -",-...') ft 0 0 t ft 0 fl 0-1 i I
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Colorado Springs. ,.0 10 10 13 2 0 Mr 4
Minneapolis 0 110 0 10 1 24) ! T
Batteries: Colorado Springs Whlfcrldga and'
Arthurv Minneapolis Bwornatedt and Kleiaow.
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