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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1902.
Fallela Won Jumping Event at
Fair Grounds, but Was Dis
qualified for Foul.
RACE WAS GIVEN TO EVA MOE.
Colonial Girl Ran Like a Good Fil
ly Eda Riley, Heavily
riayed, Won the Last
Between setting Ieft at t,ie Vst, being ap
parently short of condition, being badly
ridden and Jumping worse, Eva Moe had a
hard time winning the steeplechase race at
tha Fair Grounds yesterday. She non It,
however, because she was fouled by Fallela,
who finished first, at the last Jump.
Kva Moe was an even money favorite.
Fallela went up In the betting. Torrcon
was backed down. Era Moo figured a good
thing. The entire field, save Eva Moe. ran
a. quarter mile and took two fences to a
false break. Eva was standing at the post
Many persons thought Gormley did not
care whether ehe got oft or not. There
waa a long delay as Harve B. threw hl3
rider at the first fence, and a new boy had
to be found. When they did get off Eva
Moe had no speed. labored heavily, and
took her Jumps with Inaccuracy. Gormley
waa ever out on her neck at the fences.
This is unusual, as she Is a smooth, even
The rider seemed to be doing his best on
her, however, but he' could not get to
Fallela, who came to the last hurdle three
lengths to the good under the whip, and
an apparent winner. She bolted across the
course, refused to Jump, and shut oft Lva
Moe. They knocked the hurdle down and
ITallela pushed through and came home
first. Gormley took Moo back and Jumped
the hurdle, where It was regulation height,
and finished second.
The crowd did not like the race, and at
once surrounded the Judges' stand, crjlng
"foul." Falella's number was first hum:
out, but Judge Brady allowed the foul, and
placed Eva Moe to the great satisfaction of
the crowd. , ,
The mare ran aTjad race, showed lack of
condition, speed, and Jumping ability. The
way she Jumped was astonishing. Usuall
she Is a free and fast fencer. Yesterday she
labored, pecked and stumbled at the fences.
Gormley seemed to do his best after he got
going but his actions In the false break were
reassuring. ... -,-, j ,-
The affair had a had look. Had the
raco been run out and Eva Moe not won
there would have been "something doing
In the Judges stand. As It Is the affair prob
ably marks the end of the steeplechasing
at the Fair Grounds.
Stand Pat won the ;-year-old event haivlHj
enough. Sly Boots running well into third
POolonlal Girl and King Daly were
favorites In the fourth event which the
former won. She was much the best, took
all the worst of the start, and luck, came
the long way and Just did get up In time to
win. The race was run In slow time Helen
Print ran a good race here as did the win
ner. After, the race. W. W. Darden &
Co.. bought King Daly for J3.50O.
Scorpio. Ed. Tanner's fast rascal. Just
off the cars from Chicago, landed the
S-furlong sprint by a head from Ctele.
Dugan broke well In front with Ogle and
rode a good race. He was closing fas,.
but could not get up In time. ,ono
showed lots of. speed and a considerable
amount of do6. Okla. a wee filly, had all
, kinds of speed but could not carry It.
Eda Riley was the medium of a huge
play in the last event. She won owing to
Beauchamp'a good finish on her. He quite
outrode Bell, who was on Sallnda and prob
ably had a better drive mare under him.
Monos and Menace ran bad races. Walsh s
recent rides on Menace have been very riud
outside always and the very longest way
of the track.
To-unr'l Fair Grounds Entries.
Firt race, six furlongs:
,. Money Back 1M M Duela &
.. Tom Crabb 87 ?3 "Kht Hunt a;
.. John Morion ....los " $J'l,t Bw 95
.. Ed Roth 103 ;; KlMlwIog 10
41 Marl O. Brown.lOt j&y Aioa 90
.. Oonnl Lea 101 'Trio 7
M Hh Gift 33 n" 0 Rea 86
Second race, flvo furlongs. S-tar-oidt:
.. Pourquol Fas IOOi .. Fore and Aft 105
(3 Lacy Crawford.. .1031 (63) J. Sidney Walk-
a Flying Girl 100 er. los
n Maverick 1051 C7 Votary 10S
(3B Qoudy losl O Henry McDanlel.HH
Third race, nix furlongs:
18 Hermoso 109 40 Kiss Quick 1M
.. Certain 106 .. St. Wood 109
40 Cadet W 40 Tom Collin 1119
1 Boundlte 106 45 Eight Belli 101
.. Bertha Nell 104 .. invocation 10
.. Joe Lesser 117 .. Approved 95
4 Qala, Pay 106 C9 Imperialist Ida
Fourth race. MUslssippl Valley Selling Stake,
(13) (Kenwood 104 CO Petit Maltre io;
C! Scbwalbe. $2 43 tMaxlmus Hi
(0 Jordap 93 S3 tleaceful 11J
.. Varro 105 (35) Found 104
(IT) Brulara IPS
Fifth race. Mven furlongs:
61 Brown Vail 95 .. Terra Incognita. .10;
.. Red Apple 104 .. Oriels 3?
W) Htlee 107 26 The Golden
.. IrretlitlWe 97 Prince 101
a Zlrl M 8 rather Wentker.109
49 Errnack 7 13 The Bronze De-
47 Lillian M 69 mon. 99
Sixth race, one mile:
t Prince Real 107 ES Winepress 107
43 El Caney 112 88 Retoke 107
(33) Tenny Belle 1C1 70 tin en Bella 105
(a Orleans 101 ta Htlsarte 107
24 Alee 107 6Kree Pass 102
(28) Joe Dourhty no CS Pharoah 112
M Bengal 103
Seventh race, one and threc-sUteanths mllo:
S6 W. B Gatei 106 61 Brewer Schorr... 99
(to) All Salnu 110 25 Aha It 104
39 Bushnell 104 M Free Gold 101
74 Sallnda 104 M Wallabout 103
Apprentice allowance claimed,
f Arnold entry.
The Republic's Selections.
First Race Light Hunt. Ed Roth, John Mor
ton. Second Race Henry McDanlel. J. Sidney Walk
Third Race Cadet. Imperialist, Gala Day.
Fourth Race Found, Arnold entry. Brulare.
Fifth Race Red Apple. Hllee. Ermack.
Sixth Race Tenny Belle, Free Pass. Delsarte.
Net Results J
years of labor for perfection have
resulted in the production of
the Renowned i
For the physical
needs of women it
Is a pure tonic.
PA VIP MCH0LS05, St Louis, Mo.
ST. LOUIS FAIR ASSOCIATION SPUING MEETING-May 1G, Thirteenth Day.
Judge. P. A. Brady; Starter, A. IS. Dade. Weather dear; track fast.
Oy First race, purse J!00, for J-year-oIG"?, four and one-half furlongs:
, 102 a i
102 1 4'
107 4 6" .
110 7 S
110 S 9W
110 8 10
107 5 6j j
1.-7 C SSi (.
104 1 10 7' V
Stand Pat ...
Sly Hoots ....
Clate Bell . ,
Start Rood. Won easli : second rtrhins; Winner. W. II. Jackson Jr-? b e.. 2. IJke lllJC't
burn Ve'tlce. stand Pat 'had superior ep-J and was well r!d.le:i Budnlier rn a rood roc
und was cll handicJ My Hoots ran an excellent 11 cc and mil do better. Clate Leila showia
lmproement. Luclette had nice speed, but Ktui'ped.
Time :07. :1S. :. :K. :W. :IZ.
Jj Second race, purse $100. for S-year-olds and upward, one mile and seventy yards:
Uda Penzance, 4..
Josle P.. 2
ICleien Bells. E...
Alice Holland. 7...
iDuhlenburr. 4 107
Start Rood Won eaMlj . second same. Winner. Fivd Kraft's ch m.. 4. Wadworth Clean
Heels. Kenova. will saed In the early pace, went to the front when called upon, ard ion
going away. Id Peizance had speed, but stepped Josle F. had no excuses. Eleven Bills lan
a poor race. Alice Holland had early speed, but soon stopped.
Time :i6'... .IT5, :30, :ii. :51'l. 1:00, 1:20, 1.31!i. 1:4A 1:4;J.
Third race, purse $100, for 4-year-olds and
I I I I I I Bottlnc.
Ind 1 HORSES. Wt. S. I 2d. 4th 6th. IS. F. I Jockeys. iOpen,Cl-s-i PI.
24 Fallela TlT ii T V 1 p" 1" hi. S Wilson. S 5 75
25 i:ia Moe 137 6 e' 6 3l 2nk 2" J Gormley... 1 1 1-2
&4 Cennero--o 112 6 ! 1' 2' 3 3 Dupee SI) 1
Torreon 129 1 t" 4 4' 4 4 Zeno 3 4 7-5
19 Chancery It9 1 2 2" A Johnson.. 10 12 4
33 Harve B 149 4 4' S2 Lions 1) 12 4
Start Rood. Won easily; second Bam. Wlnner. C. Hank & Son's b. m , 6. Falconer Marll
la Fallela Jump"-d fast, shotd oulle a form reversal s.ni had the race in iiand when she refud
the last jump. Mie crossed the Htld at the fence and wa- disqualified. Eva Moe Jumped with un
wonted inaccuracj and did not hae her spead Cnneroso fenced fat and ran an impnned race.
Tot eon ran a good race and Jumped well. Chancery and Harve B. unshipped the riders throush
J Fourth race, purse 54W. 3-year-olds, six furlongs:
i i Bttlns
HORSES. Wt. S. U ; K S. r. I Jockejs. OnenlClosel PI.
Colonial Girl I 7 O 5 liiu Goodcar .... 9 Z T 3
43 Helen Print 101 C Cnk r, 4 S T Walsh ... 4 4 8-5
11 Klnc Daly 105 3 2llo 2 !'i 3 O'Neill 9-5 9 5 7-10
49 Louis Wagner ... 107 1 1' .... V I i Dom'n'ck ... 3 12 6
11 Himault 102 s S 8 f O louden 11 "
11 Marie Bell 1M 3 8no Snk 2' C- Earl Ii 50 S
Hopedale 107 2 4 4- V 7' Given' 1) 100 4)
Rorq 1C9 4 I' 7i 8 8 Morris 4) 11 3J
Start pood for all but Halnault. Wen In a
f. 3 .Mediler Imp. Pprlnptide. Colonial Girl was
ftretih, then came arimnd the field nnd Jut did
was on thn outside all the way closed strong and
had not ben overconfident King Dalv had no
short. Ho ' lmproUnj. llalrault was all but
speed Will Improve.
Time .12. :"'.. :3C. :lS?i. 1:02. 1:141.
rifth race, purse 51"0. for 3-year-olds
Ind. HORSES. IWt. S. 'i 14 ; S r. Jockeys. Open Close PI.
7.. ..Scorpio. 5 1117 i Et T"i i"" Dor.ilnick ... 7-5 ilil 1
30 Oslo 3 104 1 S 3' 3' V Dugan 2 111-". 3-5
E) lOkla, 3 1 t5 2 lno 1"3 2A 2' Ilulen 6 8 .1
sn Gellantln. 3 (101 4 4 4 4' 4 lnaleton ... 4 3 9-10
.2 Militant, 4 109 C 6" P C 5 Hell Iff! 100 4.)
to Sharp Bird. 3 1 113 7 !" 61 M C Glicns 10 10 4
52 Free Coinage, 9....I 112 S 7f 7" 7 7 T. Walsh.... CO SO 8
Hunting. 1 ! 115 5 8 8 8 8 Goodyear .... 100 200 5)
Start mod. Wen drl!r.g; cond easily. Winer. E Ttorrer's b. g . 5. Chorister Zodiac. Scorpio
broke fast, ran Okla oT her feel, but was all out to stall off Ogle at the end. Domlnlck'st
superior ride wen Ogle broke smartly, but was outpaced In first three fdrlongs; swung wide In
stretch, closed fast and would have won In few more "trldes. Okla showed trenundous speed.
tut Is a mere pony Gnllantln finished fast, but swerved In the stretch; would have been closer
up with a good ride. Militant, a roaver. ran a good race. Free Coinage and feliarp Bird were
outpaced from the start. Hunting acted like a crazy horse at the post.
Time .12. :22U, 35'.;. :47Si. l:CHi.
Sixth race, purse $400, for 3-ycar-olds
il 1 Betting
HORSE3. Wt. S. i I " K S. F. I Jockejs. Open Close PI.
Ria Riley. 5 .... P 1 4 4'5S1 "" ink Beauchamp . is""" (i
(41) ISallnda. 7 103 2 1 tl .11 1 2' Bell 8-3 2 9-1)
41 Edznrda. 107 3 B S 5' J 44 3 Domlnlck ... 10 4
r3 'Menace. 4 1"3 7 7 7 ' f 6 4nk T Walsh 4 C
(44) Eloncs. 4 105 6 4 2Vj 2 I E 1 5 Helceson .... 3 1S-5 S-2
5T Iflarc. 3 9S 5 6"j W 7 I 7 I 6 J. O'Connor. 7 10 4
7 Macon. 5 105 4 2' 1' 1' I T R. Smith .... 10 20 3
Start good. Won driving. Winner. K. D. Orris s ch. m . 5. Camga Edith Eda Rllev was care
fully placed to the stretch: made her run at the right time; was given a vigorous finish and just
did get up In thet last few strides. Sallnda was worried by nlterference at the three-eighths
Sole: came fast around tho stretch turn, but tired at the end. Cdgardo ran a much Improved race,
lonos pulled kti as If sore In It's front legs. Macon, high In fleh, had speed.
Time-05, . :17Vi. :29Vi. :11S4. :53VS. l:0CSi. 1:1SK. ISMi. 1:41. 1:45;,.
Seventh Race All Saints. Brewer Schorr. Sa
llnda. AS X BETTIrvG pnoposiTiox.
LI slit Hunt, Cnilct and All Salnta
Ontrlit to 'Win.
As a bettlns proposition to-day's card
looks exceedingly entlclns. The opening
event of the day la a six furlone sprint. In
which Hilton Youns's L'ght Hunt seems to
be well placed. This animal ran a strons
second to Predominate the other day, and
It looks as though ha oufrht to win thlsi
dash. Ed Roth and John Morton probably
will be tho contending horses at the end,
with Duela nnd Rose of Red close up.
Henry McDanlel ought to win tho second
from S dney Walker and Maverick. Sidney
Walker won running away from a field that
Included Henry McDanlel the lait time both
colts started, but Sidnev Walker got oft
In front running that day, while Henry
McDanlel was back In the ruck. Henry
showed to be a Juvenile of considerable
class at Memphis, and If he runs to hla
Montgomery Park form to-day, he will
prove a hard proposition to beat.
George Hennett s Cadet seems to have
struck a roft spot In the third. This colt
has a rare turn of speed and proved that
he was ready and fit when he ran second to
rillee the last time out. Imperialist, who
showed great speed for a short while In his
first start here, ought to be tho contender
In the race, with Gala Day about third.
The stake Is a dlfllcult puzzle to solve.
Every horse In It, Including even Glenwood,
appears to have a chance. Found looks
best, but the Inaugural winner. Peaceful,
nnd his stable companion Maxtmus, are not
to be overlooked, while Brulare's last race
was a most Impressive one. Petit Maltre
also ran a highly creditable race In his last
out. and Fchwalbe Is never beaten until
they pass the Judges' stand.
Red Apple probably will turn the trick
In the fifth. Hllee haa the speed of the
party, but he hardly cares to run seven
furlongs. Ermack.ought to get third money.
Tenny Belle's last race surprised the
knowing ones This mare is good right
now. and although she Ls picking up some
additional weight this afternoon, she should
make It exceedingly interesting for the
Held In which she performs this afternoon.
All Salnts's last race was such a brilliant
one that even Brewer Schorr or Sallnda
will have to extend themselves to beat her
BURN'S AXD IVATnitHOUSE'S HORSES.
Wenlthy California Turfman Sent
Some Nice Rnnncra.
Harry Riddle arrived at tho Fair Grounds
yesterday from San Francisco with Burns
& Waterhouse's stable of thoroughbreds,
which are now comfortably quartered In the
fine, big barn formerly occupied by Brewer
Schorr's horses. The star of the California
stable Is Corrlgan, the Missouri-bred 3- ear
old by Sain Ada Reese, who Is a promising
candidate for the St. Louis and American
derbies. Burns & Waterhouse bought this
colt from his breeder, Barney Schrelber, for
$10,000. Corrlgan finished second to Green
MorrlE'a Sombrero In this year's California
Derby. Corrlgan also ran second In tho big
$10,000 Burns Handicap at San Francisco
last winter. Among the 2-year-olds In the
Burns & Waterhouse stable are half-brothers
and sisters to such good ones as Don
Fulano and Candelarla. Jockey Jay Ransch
Is under contract to the stable. He has
been doing Pat Dunne's lleht-welght riding
at Louisville. Trainer Riddle wired Ransch
to report hers Monday. A list of the
Burns & Waterhouse horses will be found
Favonlous, C. br. h.. by Klnkllke Favonla.
Scotch Plaid. 7, b. g. by Midlothian Mottle.
Rollick, 4. ch. g.. by Taka Notice Happy
Corrlgan. 3. br. h.. bv Imp. Sain Ada Reese.
Adirondack. 2. b. g . by Altamax Duckling.
l'allce. 2. b. f.. by Altamax Happy Maiden.
Max P.. 2. b f.. by Altamax Co-ctte.
Young Marlow. 2, br. g.. by St. Carlo Marllee.
Frank Regan, the well-known Eastern
turfman, wired President THIcs of the Fair
Association yesterday that he would ship
eleven head of horses to St. Louis from
Morris Park Friday. Regan had Sir Flo
rlan nnd O'Hagan at New Orleans last win
ter. He sold O'Hasen before shipping from
New Orleans to Bennlngs this spring.
President Tllles nlos received a wire yes
terday from Wallie Hopkins, requesting
that stable accommodations be reserved for
a division of George J. Long's Bashford
Manor stable, which will be shipped here
from Louisville next week. Hopkins will
bring fifteen head. George J. Long, his
employer. Is a Louisville millionaire. Long
owns the Bashford Manor Stud. ,
SI.VVV SCRATCHES AT MORRIS PARK.
Klnetecn Ont of Twentj -Three Entries
In Bronx Handicap Wltudravrn.
New York, May 16. Waldez and Irritable
wer? the only winning favorites at Morris
Park to-day. the other four events going
to well-backed, second and third choices.
The Bronx Handicap, at one mile, had
twenty-three entries, but after the blue
pencil had finished its work, only four were
left to go. Surmise, the outsider, beat the
favorite. Carbuncle, a head, t
r. 1 Jockeys.
21 llleauchamp .j
: C. Wright...
4 llell 1
C lt Henderson
O NVIH ...
upward, one mile and one-half, steeplech.
hard drive of four Winner, W. M Roger's b
slow to brgln. wert the sho't way to the
set up It was a good race for her. Heln Print
ran a good race. She might have won If Wal"h
evcue. Loul Wagner had fin- speed, lut wn.
left at post. Marie Bell showed a nice flash of
and upward, five furlongs:
and upward, one mile and seventy yards:
The weather was clear and the track
I''!?t..race- the Zo hurdle race, one mile and
one-half, over six nights of hurdles Valdez. 1SJ
(Mara), g to 6. won; MoCJrathlana Prince H2
(Helder), 8 to 5. second: Fablus. 142 (G. Hert
i,ntg)', 7 ..1 b. third. Time. 2:54. LIghtiUng
Blacksmith. Kings Favorite. Lou liata and
Chetal d'Or also ran.
Second race, the Kinder Selling Race, fcr 2-year-olds.
last four and one-halt furlongs of the
Lc.1ipsS.cilrfeI''aust' s' (Redfern). 7 to 2, won:
5.1 -?' (P Brlen). 20 to 1. second: Blue Banner.
5S(T- ""K"- ,7 to ih'rd. Time. :51 All
Hallowas, Topoll. Lightship. Ceorge W. Dasch
hweet Jane and Miss simplicity also ran.
Third race, second Frldav selling race, last
six and one-half furlongs of tho Withers mlle
Fllrtlneer, 100 (H. Cochran). 4 to 1. won: Knight
Templar, 1& (T. Burns). 3 to 1. second: Stel'a
v. " " Martin), 8 to 1. third. Time. 1:23.
Bella. Ghost. Gay Girl. Grandpa and Tact aUo
ran. Tact fell.
Fourth race, apprentices' race, last seven fur
longs of the Withers mile Irritable. 118
(l letcher). 8 to E won: King Ralne, 115 (King).
c. t0. second; Roisterer, 115 (Dolan). 8 lot
third. Time.. 1:29U. Bon Mot. Handlcapper.
Mnonla. Colonel Bill and Sam Deverea a!s
Fifth race, last seven furlongs of the Withers
mile, selling Swamplands, rs (Creamer) 5 to 1
won; H. L. Coleman. S7 (W. Murphy). 9 to r..
second; Caithness, 87 (Murraj). S to 1 third.
Time. 1:29 Justice, Jack McGinn. Inkling,
Blanche Herman and Cobla also ran.
sixth race, the Bronx Park Handicap, tho
Withers mile Surmise 9? (G. Thomp-on). 6 to
1. won; Carbuncle. 114 (Odom). 4 to E. second:
Flv Wheel 110 (Booker). 4 to 1. third. Time.
l:4Qli. Red Path also ran.
To-Day's Morris Park Entries.
Tlrst race, selling, ssien-elghths of Withers
Second race, flve-elghths of Eclipse course:
t-emper Vlvax ,
Keni oa Wood
Pearl Diver ....
Third race. National Stallion, flve-elghths cf
Merry Acrobat 122
Pepper ., 122
Her Letter 122
Lova Note 119
Fourth race. Grand National Steeplechase, abut
two and one-halt miles:
31 u 31
Jim Meglbben 1CT Decameron 143
Tulmlnate 112 Curfew Bell no
Bulllngdon 151 Bacchanal 14)
Perlon 148 Finch 13?
Ollmlo 145 Falrle 131
Miss Mitchell 143 George W. JcnMn...123
Firth rac. tho Ladles'. Withers mllo:
Hanover Queen 12llAmlcltla
Par Excellence 121 HaUsoo
Blue Girl 12l
Sixth race, handicap. Withers mile:
Watercolor 126 Redpath
Bonnibert 116 Francesco
Advance Guard lie Smart Set
Jleno nol Highlander
King Hanover i05,Grall
Pentecost 102 Ohnet
Himself Ml Flying Buttress..
Morris Pnrlc Selections.
New York. May 16. Selections:
First Race Crytogram. Golden Cottage. Essene.
Second Race Princess Tulane, Sontag, Stone
wall. Third Race Merry Acrobat, Artvts. Dalesman.
Fourth Race Decameron, Jim Meglbben, Ful
minate. Fifth Race Hatasoo. Blue Girl. Amlcitia.
Sixth Race Heno. Himself. Watercolor.
DEATH DIDVT RUN TO FORM,
Beaten OS by Monarka and Wolil-a-Molnen
In Mile Feature.
Louisville, Ky.. May 16. The unlooked-for
overthrow of the choices. Palmette, Ben
Chalice and Dissenter, was a sad disappoint
ment to the talent this afternoon, as they
were heavily played, especially Palmette,
whose price opened at 3 and closed at oven.
Buchanan, who has been riding for W. K.
Vanderhllt In France arrived last night
and rode Ben Chalice In the third race,
barely landing his mount inside the money.
The feature race was the fifth between
Monarka. Death and Waln-a-Moinen. Death
was a slight favorite, despite the fact that
he shouldered top we'ght. Waln-a-Moinen
set a terrific Dace and led by two lengths
to the head of the stretch, when Wlnktleld
began his ride on Monarka and won by- a
length. Weather cloudy; track fast. Sum
mary: First race, live furlongs Early, 113 CWInkOeld),
even, won: Mary Lavan, no (Slack), 6 to 5. sec
ond; Lady Philura. 110 (L!ndse. 50 to 1. third.
Time. l:uL Farmer Jim, Eufalla and Frank
Bulleck also ran.
Second tace, six furlongs, selling Optima, lo4
(Llndsey), S to 1. won; Belle of Minco. lo2 (Mil
ler). 3 to 1. second; Lltllc Rock. 107 (Cogswell).
i lo 1. third. Time. 1:164- Palm-tte. Maud
Fish. Francis Jewell. Jake Land. Mary Gate
wood, Itacatlar, J. Patrick and King Rex also
Third race, Ave furlongs Linguist. 103 (Llnd
sey). 7 to L won: Right and True. 105 (Walsh).
1 to 1. second; Ben Chalice. 113 (Buchanan). 0
to 5. third. Time. 1:01. Linguist and Right and
True coupled. Appleby entry. Lady Nutter. Flaw.
erda.e. Rosanco. Grand- -Mary. Pluck. Maxlaila,,
Tom Hall. Prism and Decaberr also ran.
Fourth race, selling, six furlongs. -Aules. 101
(Coburn). even, won: Imp. Judicious, 102 (Mllr),
T to 2. second, Jlirger, 104 (Lindsay), to 1,
third. Tlire. 1:15. JIald of Dundee. Klne Tatlus.
llackley. Mary Greenway, Hand Rail, Franlc
lkcker and Glcnson also ran.
Fifth race mile Monarka. 107 (Wlnkfleld), S
to 2. won; Waln-a-Molnen, 100 (Ransch). 4 to L
eecond; Death. 114 (SlacU. 11 to 10, third. Time.
"sixth race. Felllne. mile and 100 ards The
Canon, 101 (Ilan-ch). 7 to 1. won; Lady Bramble.
ion (Woortard). 23 to 1. second; Dissenter. 110
OMnkfleld). even, third Time. 1:49S. Ll'l'eth.
I rank Jonei. Royal Penny. Cardome, Pltad,
The (.onciueior, Jena and Loka al?o ran.
To-Duy'a LonlnTllle Entries.
First race, live furlongs:
I l.mlly Bel ..'.
I--iur.i Lighter ., JA
Prince of Endurance.in
Sheriff Bell 113
second rac. one mile:
Oiwa Girl lMiToah Ill
Vien ,a",le "'J John Yerkes 115
Jim Clark m
Third race, peen furlongs, selllnc:
Lust Knight 105
Captain Foraker .
1'iitirlh rrtfii fmn. n4 k ...i. . i.
-..-., w4 HUH UtJ7-llU4. 1U1IUUS3, H-43
KiiMisirw CtnL no'
"-- J a-i. !.
llerry Heel 103 Woodlako 115
I lora AMlloughby w Onatas 115
Uttradi IMIma Ill 'Prince of KnJur-
itad iNeni m aac 115
I'Utli race, six and one-half furlongs, selling::
Mi rile Doll ...
... 91 Utile Rita
Cotton Plant Ill
Hells Morris ..
Sound Money Ill
blxth race, five furlonts:
t Kid Hampton 109
t Atmore 112
Imp. Martosanta ...115
Maud Gonne 117
Hrave Rocr 112
Tli" Geezer 112
I.oulsUlle. Kj.. May 16 Selections:
1 Irst Race-Prince of Endurance. Sheriff Bell.
Second Race Ben Battle. Toah. Jim Clark.
Third Race Emathion. Aules. Last Knight.
I pjrth Jtacu bchorr entry. Flora V Uloughby.
Firth ItHcc Orla. Cotton Plant. Mandamus.
faluh Race Maud Gonne, The Geezer, llohen
stuunen. KII.l.I.NG MADE OX SE.tORA MARIA.
Fill lltirkeil From KO to X to 13 to 1
Won First Race sit Worth.
Chicago. May 16. The most sensational
winning of the Worth meeting was made
to-day, on Senora Maria, in the first race.
The hlly was backed from 30 to 1 to 13 to 1
nnd won the six furlongs sprint from an
ordinary Held by five lengths In a canter,
fahe got off well hack, but by the first quar
ter she had raced into the lead and there
she stayed until the finish.
It nasi bad day for favorites, only two
of them. Bay Wonder In the fifth race and
Homage In the tJxth event, winning,
uenher clear and cool; track slow. Sum
mary: FlrM race, six furlongs Senora Maria. 100 (T.
Dean). 13 to 1. won; Ran After. 102 (Farreil),
12 to L tecond: Lucy Locket, lis (W. Waldo).
J to 2. third. Time. 1:1$ 3-5 Frank Mc. fcenatjr
J-ulllvan. Eminence 11, Mlhasa, The Rabbit
llowendobler also ran.
hecond race, four and one-half furlongs Pure
Dak-, lo. (Ulrkenruth). to 1, won. Hlly Deck.
107 (Otis). I to 1. second. Flucarllne. 100 (T.
Dean). U to 1. third Time. :5S 1-5. Vestla.
Courage. Louis E. Collier. Miss Trappean, Aurl
B Lady Matchless. Our Cora also ran.
TMrd rac. sevtn furlongs Lecturer. 10S (Math
ews), u to 1, won; Dodlo S, t'S (i. Meade). 6 to
1. second: Drummond. 93 (Duvlsson), 5 to 2.
third. Time. 1.32 1-5. 11. G. Cox. Pirate's
Uujen. ijlphon. Cherries, Ada S. O. also ran I
louiui nice, bix luriongs iingaoe, in (T.
Dean), 3 to 2. won: Clorlta. 109 (Otis). 9 to 10,
second; Haldee. 103 (Hoar). 13 to 2, third. Tim',
1.17 1-5. Water Alcne also ran.
Fifth race, live furlongs Bay Wonder. 109 (J.
Mathews). " to 5. won. ltrookston. 112 (Anstett).
11 to 5. i-e .id. Prod'gal Son. 112 (Otis). 13 to
6. third .imo, 1.05 t-5. Halcyon Dale Glen
don. Mlranco also ran
Mth race mile and one-sixteenth Domadge,
166. (J Mnthew). 9 to 5. won; franta Teresa.
9s (T Dean), 0 to 1. second: Precursor. Ill
(Ulrkenruth). 3 to 1 third. Time, 1.51 S-5. Leen
ji. Blue Mantle, Big Injun, Sarilla and Merops
To-Dny'a Worth Entries.
riret race Six furlongs:
Lord Quex 112 Arigato
. Pronta 102
..1"9 Leenla 102 t
...ivt 1 Hie .srRDn(l lu.
uavia 11 arum 97
Aaron Pond 97
Second race, five furlongs, handicap;
Tr.lrd race, five furlongs, handicap:
Federal ...1221 Maggie Davis M
Theory 1IM Native "3
Mont-jmuss Iu5j Zlbta 90
Saxton Si Hlldreth's entry.
Fourth race Handicap, mile and an eighth:
Articulate llli Honey Boy..
Grejfcld 10o! Hermencla ,
I lying Torpedo H.J I Lo Newell..
Fifth race, selling, one mils and a half:
Major Manslr. 100
John McGurk 97
Sixth race, ore mile, sailing:
Miss Liza .....
Marshal Nell 10S
Chicago. May 15. Selections:
Ilrst Race Lord Quex, Inspector, Shea, Pr
torious. Second Race The Don. Pennant, Stemwlndcr.
Third Race rederal. Monejmuw, Native.
Fourth Race Smith entry, Fblng Torpedo,
Fifth Race Searcher. Bedeck, Major Manslr.
blxth Race Malay, Donator, Thurles.
1IALEV TO F1GI1T McVEY.
Men Will Meet on the II1I1 City In
On account of the good showing made by
Dan Haley In his bout with Jim Smith at
the Business Men's Gymnasium a week ago,
John Wallrapp of the St. Louis Stag Club
has decided to substitute a fight In which
Haley will figure for the Kelly-SchrecU
contest originally scheduled for the opening
attraction. Jim McVey of Hartford, Conn.,
has been selected as Haley's opponent.
The men will go fifteen rounds at 153
pounds and both arc credited with ability
at putting up a fast fight. Haley comes
from Omaha, and was formerly a sparring
partner of Oscar Gardner, who trained
with the heavyweight for some of his Im
portant battles. McVey has never appeared
here as yet.
Haley easily disposed of Jim Smith In
their bout of last Monday, knocking out
tho latter In the first round. As a prelim
inary. Jack Wlnsby will meet "Cotton"
Hilllter In an eight-round go at 133 pound".
The bouts will take place May 22, on tne
steamer Hill City.
Tommy Sullivan, who waa fouled by Kid
Abel In their bout at the West End Club
Thursday evening, has recovered greatly
from the effects of the blow last night, and
there is r.ow no danger that the foul will
TWO ATHLETIC MEET3.
Washington to Meet Missouri at C. B.
li. 10 lonuuct State .Meet.
Two athletic events of Importance are
scheduled for a week from to-morrow. May
24. when Washington University and the
Missouri State University will hold their
dual athletic meet at Columbia, and when
the Christian Brothers' College will conduct
the State athletic mtet on the college cam
pus. Five colleges are entered in the lat
Washington will send a strons team to
Columbia, her mainstay In the sprinting
line being Will Bray, who showed to great
advantage in the field day of the Institution
a week ago, and who won both the 100 and
23) yard dashes. Lehman will represent the
college In the weight events, and Sesslng
haus will probably be one of their strongest
men In the hurdles.
Hall, who played on last season's football
team, will likely be the main reliance In the
distance events, his good showing In the
mile run, which he won easily. Indicating
that he Is a good man at this distance.
Cram probably will be entered In the half
I -.uua iLbbl -3 n& vauAl..l
1 iue iiaueus corpus proceeumg urougnt Dy
Thomas W. Cahlll against his wife, Mary.
j for possession of their daughters, Marls
1 and Nellie, aged 6 and 7 years, was decided
yesterday by Circuit Judge Ferrlss In favor
of Mrs. Cahlll. ghe and the children are
I living with her father. Cahlll formerly
f lived there, but had a difficulty with bis
father-ln-la, and left,
Combine Hits Witli Bt. Lffms Er
rors ami Obtain Good Lead
jfarly in the Game.
MURPHY HAS ONE BAD INNING.
After Ilis Had Start He Holds
Score Down Cicely Cardinals
Rally in Eighth, but
Runs. Hits. Errors.
Brooklyn 9 11 0
St. Louis 5 1? 7 A
Its a simple problem In mental arithme
tic The abovo figures tell plainly tho story
of the Cardinals' defeat at the hands of
Brooklyn yesterday and It doesn't require a
college education to figure it out either.
Perhaps "Oom Paul" Irugur's errors were
cicusablo as his right "lamp" Is still in
mourning as a result of violent contact with
a batted ball Wednesday, but figures can
not He and reading Letween the lines It Is
easy to see where poor base running and
errors turned the screws on the Cardinals.
Also how the loose play benefitted the Han
lonltes. Multiply errors by poor work on
the bases, make pinch hitting a minus
quantity, subtract netded binglts, and com
pare good pitching with Iuik of spted and
there is but one answer dtfut. The score
was 9 to 5.
Could thoso first two Innings have been
stricken from the evidence the Cardinals
might not have been adjudged guilty of los
ing the game, but in thom agonizing mom
tnts when L'dward Murphy was hanging on
to the earth by the spiket. of hi& shoes the
Superbas plaved "Hit and itun" to a pour
house, the curtain raiser being "Bobbles"
Introducing Kruger & Co.
Murjih Lucked Mcnin.
Those disciples of Keelcr came down from
the northern terminus of the drainage
canal, leaving three scalps behind, and pro
ceeded to even up for a bad showing in
Chicago. In the second Inning they raked
Sir Edward Murphj's, delivery for a total
of three hits, which netted live runs. There
seems to be something wrong in such a
combination, but four errors supplies the
missing link. Before Murphy had settled
back to terra llrma the visitors drew two
moro scores out of the graubjg. these last
coming in the third inning. Once" anchored
on the earth. Murphy blanked the Keeler
ites In all but the seventh inning, and it H
a wonder that he was so successful, as ho
didn't seem to have anv more sieam than
an automobile two hours after the gasollnu
has given out.
A run in the second Inning and two more
in the third was the sum total of the vig
orous efforts of the Cardinals In the opening
rounds. In the eighth, after two of the
uonovaniies nua necn sent to tne morgue,
there was a momentary Hash of fireworks,
but this eleventh-hour ardor was quickly
quenched by Frank KItson. Again did the
ninth-lnnlng rally fall to materialize, and
after letting a few cheers escape when
Burgomaster Hartman walloped the leather
out to center for thiee bases, the fans set
tled back and cast stony gazes at the
"Nothing doing" hung up in front of the
If an thing, tho Brooklyn team Is an
Improvement over tho Superbas of 1901. With
Tim Flood, a St Louis boy, guarding the
middle cushion. Hanlon has no occasion to
weep o er the loss of Tom Daly. McCreery,
the erstwhile Pirate, has blacklisted the
outfield and seems at least to have found a
place whero he can shino occas.onally first
base. Charley Irwin, the aged, fits In well
at third. It's a confectionary store to a left
over gum-drop that Cincinnati would rather
have him back la red togs than Harry
KItson twirled an even steady game and
Is living up to tne reputation that he is one
of the best In the land this year. L'ddie
Murphy must have given away all his speed
In that two-hit game against New York
for his benders didn't tear any horso hair
out of Jack Kyan's big mitt yesterday.
The Innlntr That Counted.
The first inning resulted In ciphers on the
score board, but in the second the Cardinals
gavo a team -version of "My Dear Al
Phonse." while the Superbas failed to como
back with "1'ou First, My Dear Gaston."
Kruger did a Horace Golden act with Billy
DahTen's ropo skipper and threw badly on
Flood's grounder. Murphy contributed a
wild pitch which put Dahlen on third. Irwin
ducked the Ilrst ball but cams up smiling
and pelted a patented curve tor two bases,
Dahlen picking daisies on the way home
closely followed by Flood. The loss of thoso
two golden opportunities was fatal
Ahearn and KItson kindly died, but
"Cozy" Dolan registered a single that paid
for Irwin's transportation to the score
station. Murphy here Interlarded a mult
of Keeler'a skipping bounder, overcon
fldence being the cause. Jimmy Sheckard,
the "Human Tumble Bug." banged the
horsehlde to left. Barclay played tag with
the ball until Dolan and Keeler had regis
tered at the pan, and then McCreery re
tired the side on an eay one to Murphy.
Kruger made up for bad fielding by
steady hitting. Four times did he face
KItson and four times did he hit safely.
The first wa a two-time rap in the second
Inning that bora fruit in a run when
Brashear singled. Ryan's hit advanced
Roy to third, where he turned to a corpse
on Murphy's aerolite. KItson received his
worst bombardment In the third. Farreil
and Nichols, the latter of whom played
right field In Donovan's place, both hit
safely, Nick being forced on Smoot's drlvo
to Dahlen. Barclay was an easy out, but
Kruger rapped out a single, scoring Far
reil. Here occurred an Instance of poor base
running. Kruger ventured out Into danger
ous territory between the bases, and w.11
pinched by the Brooklyn coppers. It Is not
the first time that he has spoiled the effect
of a good hit by getting lost between tho
bases. A two-bagger by Dahlen. Farrcll's
error, and Ahearn's triple resulted In two
runs for the visitors In that inning.
Murphy gave Sheckard a pass In the sev
enth, a most fatal oversight. McCreery
singled to right, which shunted the "Acro
bat" to third. He scored on Dahlen's out.
and Flood's hit chased McCreery across
the plato. Kruger plajed marbles with Ir
win's drive, and, to make matetrs wre,
lmnglned that Brashear was over at the
pavilion talking to the spectators. He ac
cordingly threw the ball In that direction
and Irwin chased himself to third. Flood
failed to score, as he was pinched between
third and home by Messrs. Murphy, Bra
shear, Ryan and Hartman. Ahearn very
kindly struck out.
With one down In the eighth, Farreil beat
out a bunt. Barclay allowed McCreary to
make a raid on the hen coop, but Kruger'a
fourth hit of the day put Jonathan on third.
Hartman, to his own and the spectators'
surprise, lifted the ball over Dolan and
Farreil scored. Had the "Deerfoot" bten
the author of the hit it would have been a
home run. The Burgomaster made it a
triple and ceased to breathe, officially, on
Ura9hears pop fiy. In the ninth the first
three men up for the Cardinals were sent
up Salt Creek.
Farreil. second base..,
Nichols, rlcht field
Smoot. center field
Barclay. left field
Hartman. third base..
Brashear. first base...,
7 C 12
All- it. n.
.3 1 3
Dolan. center field..
Keeler. rlcht Held...
8heckard. left field...
McCreery. first base,
riood. second base 5
KItson. pitcher 3
Irwin, third base..... 4
Totals 23 9 14
rtatt(4 fnr Unmhw In ninth lnnlnir.
8t Louis 0 12 0 0 0 0 2 05
Brooklyn , 0 5 2 0 0 0 2 0 0-9
Earned runs St. Louis 4. Brockljoi 1. Two-ta
hits Kruier 1. Dahlen 1. I-wli 1. Three-baso
hits Ahearn 1. Hsrtrcan L S icrlnce Mts Keeler
1 Sheckard 1. Klton 1. Double plays Dahlen
and McCreerv 1. Stolen hase Irwin 1 Wild
pitches Murphy 1. Bases on balI-OH Murphy 1.
Struck out By Murphy 1. by KItson 1. Left on
bases St. Louis 5. Brooklyn 6. Time One hour
and thirty-nine, mlcutes. Umpires Pon era and
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game, only two of them reaching second.
Attendance, 2,400. Score:
. , AH.H.O.A C
Slanle. If ..4 1 5 0 0
.Tones, cf. ..4 2 2 " 0
Lush. cf. ..4 0 1
Demont. 2b. 4 0 3
Coole. lb ..4 0 6
Grem'r. 3b .4 1 2
! tUMams.rf. 2 10 0
1 Fchaefer, rf.2 0 3 1
, Chance, c -.2 3 1
lj)e. 2b ...4 12 4
I CVllaaen. lb 3 11) 1
Tinker. S....4 1 3 2
utxier- 3 .4 o 1 -
Carney, rf.. 3 0 0 0 0
Long, s .... 3 0 12 0
Courtney. If 3 0 0 0 0
Klttrldge. c 3 2 1) 4 U
Willis, p.. ..3 112 0
Totals ...31 4 21 13 3
Tajlor. p. ...4 0 0 4
Totals ...33 S 27 13 3
Chicago 0 0 0 S 0 0 0 0 ..
C-iston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Lett on bases Chicago T. Doton 5. Two-base
hits O'Hasen 1. felairle I htolen bases Tinker
1 Double plavs Deatcr. O'Hagan and Dxter;
Schafer. Tinker and Lowe. Struck cut By
Talor 1. by Willis 9. Bae on balls Off Taylor
1. olf Willi" 3. Villd pitches Willis 1. Time of
l,aineOne hour and thlrty-fl e minutes. Umpire
CICIATI 3, NEW YORK C.
Visitors InII Cnrae Ont in Mntli lir
Cincinnati. O., May 1C New York pulled
the game In tha ninth, by landing on
Hahn for four singles and a double. The
three runs of the locals wera the result of
errors in the eighth. The new grand stand
was decorated before the game. Judge
Howard Ferris and Mayor FleiRchman
made speeches. Atendance 6,000. Sroce:
Ali.ll.U A 7.
Hoy. cf. ....t
Dobbo. If. ..5
Micoon. 2b. .3
aTral1"., ft t
Jones, rf. ..4
Doyle, lb 3
Bean. 3. 4
t l'eater 1
1 bf-lnreld. 3b 3
I'eltz. c ....3
Hahn. p. 3
Totals ....34 T 27 10 4
:!3 I 1
tBattcd for Talor In ninth.
tllatted fora Tajlor la ninth.
Cincinnati o 0 0 0 0 0 8 3 03
New York 0 0OO000OE 5
Earned runs New York 5. Two-base hltfi
Lauder 1. Bowerman 1. Three-base hits Bower
man 1. Stolen bases Smith L Double plas
Lauder and Doile 1: Magoon. Corcoran. Beckly
and I'eltz 1; Stelnfeld and Beckly 1. First base.
on balls By Hahn 2, by Taylor 2. Hit by pitched
ball By Tavlor 1. Struck out By Hahn 4. by
Tajlor 4. Wild pitch Taylor L Time Two
hours. Umpire Cantllloa.
PITTSBURG (J, PHILADELPHIA 4.
Canker City Team Una Only One
Chance and Loien That.
Pittsburg, Pa., May IS. Philadelphia
scored one In the sixth inning on a base on
balls and two hits. At no other stage of
the game did they have a chance. The
feature was Bransfleld's batting, which
scored the first five runs for Pittsburg. At
tendance, 2,400. Score:
DaTls. rf....B 0 2 0 0
Conroy. S....3 0 2 8 0
ll'mont. cf..3 2 2 0 0
Wauner. lf.. 2 8 0 0
B'sHeld. lb..4 3 7 0 0
Hllchey. 2b. .4 12 10
I.ach. 2b.. ..3 113 0
O Connor, c.3 1 6 2 0
Chetbro, p..4 0 0 10
Totals ....33 10 27 19 0
Thomas, cf..3 12 0 0
Itrcane. If.. 4 13 0 1
Douglas, lb. 4 0 11 1 0
Barry, .... 1110
Jacklitsch. c.4 0 2 0 a
Hulswltt, s.3 1 2 0
Hallrran. 3b 4 0 0 2 0
Chllds. 2b. ..J 12 2 0
White, p.. ..i 2 12 0
Totals ....5 7 24 15 1
Pittsburg 2 0 10 2 0 10 ..
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 01
Darned runs Pittsburg 2. Two-base hits .
Branstleld 1. Three-base hits Wagner 2. Thomas
1. tfacrlllce hits O'Connor 1. Stolen bases Lach
1. Tlrst base on balls Off Cheubro 2, olf Wnlte
2. Struck out By Chesbro 6, by White 2. Wild
pitches White 1. Time On hour and thirty
minute3. Umpire Emslle.
TENNY AXD CLARKE. SUSPENDED.
Set Down for Flelitlue nt Pittsburg
Eason Siena With Boston.
Chicago. Ill . May 16. Manager Fred
Clarke of Pittsburg and First Baseman
Tenny of Boston have been indefinitely sus
pended bj' tho Board of Control of the Na
tional League for engaging In a fist fight on
the Pittsburg grounds at the game yester
day. The announcement of the suspension
wan made this morning by President James
A. Hart, who Is a member of the board.
Another action of the Board of Control
was the extension of the time limit on tho
rule requiring each club to cut down their
list of players to sixteen men by June L
President Hart did not state that there had
been a time limit set on the extension, and
it may bo possible that the rule will be in
definitely extended. ,
Pitcher Mai Kason, released by Chicago,
has been signed to play the remainder of
the season with Boston. The deal waa
closed up to-day.
Kansas City S, Dcs Molnea O.
Kansas Cltj-. Ho . May 18 Gibson had Des
Moines at his mercy to-day and scored u shut
out. Attendance 100. Score:
n. 11. c.
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 1 8 0 0 ..3 7 0
DesJUolnes 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 i 2
Batterles-Olbsoa and Messltt: Damman and
St. Joseph O, Omaha 1.
St. Joseph. Mo.. May 11. Omaha won to-day.
1 to 0. by fortunate hitting. The single score waa
made In the second innlntf. the same as yester
daj. except there was no question as to the
correctness of the umpire's decision, ri-o.-e
n, 11. e
St. Joseph 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 G 0
Omaha 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 8 2
Batteries Maupln and Both; Alloway and
Tennis Flayer In Hospital.
Doctor M. D. Schmalhorst of Blssell. one of
the leadlnE tennis plajers of th Amateur Ath
letic A"soclatlon. Is at the Rebecca Hospital
sufferlne witn an Iniected hand. After removing
a wart from his hand he was poisoned Willi. In
his laboratorj-. Ha expects to be out la a tort
nlKht. Peoria 1, Denver 4.
Tcorla. 111., May IS. Denver won to-day in aa
errorless game. Ioy bunched hits when neces-sarj-.
Whlirldne struck out ten men. Attend
ance. S00. bcore:
Fcorla 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 t 6 0
Denier 0 0 10 0 10 1 14 S 0
Batteries Schafstall and Wilson: Whltrldgs
Colorado Springs 1, Milwaukee 2.
Milwaukee. "Wis. May 16 Milwaukee won a
thirteen-innlng game trom Colorado bprtngs by a
score of 2 10 1 to-daj. The winning run waa
made after; two men were out oa a two-base hit
by Burg and a single by O'Brien. Attendance.
Colorado Springs .0 00001000000 01 11 2
Milwaukee 1 0000 0 0 00 0 0 0 1 3 1 1
Batteries NcNtely and Arthur; Sonnsted,
McPherson and Lucia.
Kumsi City 4, Toledo O.
Kansas City, Mo., May 1S. Toledo batted will
to-day and played a perfect jo me In the field,
while the locals fielded poorly. Attendance, 6S0.
Kansas City 0 001000204 9 S
-Toledo 4 00032000 9 17 0
Batteries Gibson. McDonald and BevlUe:
Moclc and Grafftos.
Mllrrankee A, Columbas B.
Mllwauluie.fWl.. May ll.-Milira.uke- won lta
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adTextlied ta the frt. Lou paperi for or forty veart. nt
ha nerer fal.td la curinj tit Worst Caii. rtice, IU
Dollars trial pacUn. O&e Dollar, sufficif nt to -bow that
thei:metfrw.HdoaIltliatUad?ert.d. s-entiecurelT aealfd
to any atlJrtsi. Diu C. A HohavnaS. No. J2 ilurcaa
fctreet, fct. Louli, ilo. TrlTate CircuUr 11i.LV.
814 PI C hTK E ET, ST. LO CIS. MO.
33 Years Experience.
Private matters skillfully treatei and m-dtclc
furnlfhed to patients at rnv office. No hindrance
from business No exposure, but a spedv anJ
permanent cure In a few days. Patients oat oC
the cltv treated by mall or express on receipt o
t$ to pav for medicine. Call or write and de
acribt syrrrtom. Hour 8 to 8: Sunday!. 9 ta 11.
Telephone Klnloch C 2115.
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Pelsan
Permanently Cared. Ton can bo treated at homo
tinder same cuaranty. Capital $300,000. We solicit,
tha most obstinate cases. We have cured the Trorst
cae in 15 to 35 days. If you have taken mercury.
Iodide potash and still hav aches and pains. Mncui
Patches In Xlonth. Soro Throat. Pimples. Copper
Colored Spots. Ulcers on any part ot the body. Halt
or Erebrows falUneout, write for proofs of curu.
Cook Remedy Co.
1(97 H1S0JIC IZXNX. Ctiuso, U. tlo-pip Book tat.
lnnant Relief. Car In 15 days. Ter re torn t. Z
will triad It rend to any sufferer In a plain iwale en
Telorte FKEE a prtsrlptton with fall direction for
m, quick, private cur for Lost MUlitj, ISerrouf De
bility. Varicocele, etc Addreoa L. F. PACE
Private Box 701, MARSHALL, MICH.
816 Chestnut St, St Louis, Mo.
The REMAHLE Speclullst.
Cures private and chronic dis
aes. Lost Manhood. Nervous
Debility, Lost Itor. Seminal
Weakness, Nlffbt Lcs-ep. Debili
tating Dreams, Karly Dcay. a-.
ricoccle, results of errors or ex
cesses. Urinary Diseases. Gleet,
Stricture, Unnatural Discharges
nnd all diseases of Kldrcys and
Bladder, and Blood Poison, all
ataces. positively cured. Out -of
town patients ueatea cy man. uook free.
$1.00 PER WEEK for Treatment.
ou could buy no better for $Itf a week.
Consultation Free. Call or wrlje. Hours; 9 a.
tn. to 8 p. m. bundas. 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
first jrame from Columbus to-day. Elliott pitched
a steady came, but his error pae the lsltors
two runs In the second Inning. Pfplster waa wild
at times, two of his gilts developing into run..
Attendance. S50. core:
Milwaukee 2 0 0 3 0 9 0 9 0 i" s 3
Columbus V 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 6 4
Batteries Elliott and Cross; Pfelster and Tox.
At nioomlngton. Ind Indiana 9, OhIr (.
At Orawf orcavlile. Ind. abash 8, Rose- Poly
At Ilelcit. Wis Bclclt 7. Knox 1.
At Cedar Rapids State Namil 13. Simpson Col
At Toreka, Kas. Nebraska Unherslty 13,
Washburn College 3.
At DaTenport Davenport 1. Decatur (fourteen
At Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids 7. Blcoroirr
At Itockfrrd Terre Haute 3. Rockford 0
At Rocfc Inland Rock Inland 3. Evan3illle 0. ,
Minor Gaines. '
Corslcana Tex., Mar 1C The Texas Leasu
ball came between Paris and Corslcana resulted
In a score of 5 to 2 In favor or Corslcana. Cor
slcana has placed thirteen games. lest four and
leads tne league.
Caruthersvllle. Mo. May 1? In the second
rame LuvieeT the caruthersvllle nine and tha
Cairo. Ill , team, played here to-diy, the scor
was 1 to i In favor of CaiuthorsviUe.
Natchez. Miss.. May IS. In the Cotton States
League game at Itaton Houg to-day the cor
was: Natchez 1. Baton Rouge 6. At Vlcksbura
the score was: Vlcksburc 13. Greenville 4.
Chllllcotho. Mo, May 16. The came of base
ball to-day resulted as follows: Chllllcoth 9,
Jeffen-on City. Mo.. May 16. In the Missouri
Valley League Joplln won again to-day, zettlnr
Thts papular remedy never fails to
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
And ALL DISEASES aristae from ft
Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion
The natural result U rood appetite
and solid flesh. Dose- small; eferute
hr sugar coated and casf to twalmmt
lake No Substiti
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