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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY 6. 1902.
PREVENTION OF CHAMPIONSHIP SOU
I take more than Terry could do to make
mm nervous. A' ir.e seconcs ana tuuwru
-limbed our of the rlne- lust before the song
DISAPPOINTMENT TO THE FIGHTERS.
founded. McGovcrn stood up In his corner
and scowled at tee "Kid" to try anu
l frisbttn him.
! "I bent over and whisDcred to him.
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JToung Coibctt and Dave Sullivan Were Anxious io Meet and Were
Greatly Disconcerted by Action of Hoard of Police Commission
ers Champion Will Go to Xew York To-Night and Will
Take Up Training at Sam toga in a Few Days for His
T.oxit With McGoveni Johnny Corbett Talks of "
Last Year's Championship IJont and Savs tiie
' Holder of the Title Will Hepcat His Victorv. "
As he appeared at his training quarters near Ctavtan last week while preparins for the
championship bout that did cot take place.
WRITTEN- FOR T1IC SCNDAT ItHPCnLIC
Prevention of the Corbett-Sulllvan cham
pionship contest by the Board of ro'ice
Commissioners last week proved a Ereat
disappointment to local fight lovers who had
counted on witnessing this exhibition. Not
only were SL Louis followers of ring events
preatly taken aback by the outronie. but
the pugilistically inclined from all over the
country, who had their eyes turned toward
St Louis, were disappointed at tho out
come. For a time ll seemed as If this city was
to -witness bouts that would assuredly have
furnished the best contests that could be
. ... ,.
leen In the feather-weight class. Lnex-
Jiected developments In the course of the
vreek put a stop to the fight at short
notice, and. so far as Sullivan Is concerned,
the championship fight Is an uncertain
quantity at present.
The first intimation that efforts might b
made to step the fight was recsived Tues
day when Circuit Attorney Folk notified
Chief of Police KItly that tho proposed
bout was In violation of the law. due to
tickets having been sold to non-club mem
bers. A conference was held the day fol
lowing before the Board of Fo"ce Commis
sioners, and Chief IUcly was ordered to
stop the fight
As handed down
tlio law on the subject Is carefully followed. ;
1 mTTl AIll IMIV tnlo ff ayilBlnn rwt m nnAitnHiil "
jrameaiateiy tms decision was announced,
another nont xenn nrrnnsretl hi- Pen1rtent
hv PreIdnt Harrv lomer. ana tne "ivia
Hawes of th Pollen Ttmrd hntvever not. . resl "eiorc ne meets mm. uut ioung cor- . p'ed left hand ani a
fit . ?w -i?. .?.aralVweAerv"?tr: belt will win the coming battle without a I "l-lilladelnhla Jack" O'
.,... V .J? . ,1 , doubt. trouble In outpointing
Haughton and was set for next Thursday. from the start and commencing- to slug be
Young Corbett and Dave Sullivan vers ; fore he got a chance to open up on them,
the most greatly disappointed persons con- I had noticed this peculiarity of his in the
nected with the affair that cculd be found, bouts with Gardner and Kid Broad, and I
Corbett was extremely taken aback at the spoke on the point to th "Kid" before he
turn of affairs and was greatly dlsap-! met Terrv last Thanksgiving Day.
pointed by the Interruption of his training. I "I particular- advised him to keep cool
bo much did he object to the trend of af- end not let Terrv rattle him. Corbett
fairs that he decided to fight McGovern ' rather laushed at this, and s.M it would
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TCUNG CORBETT IN A rA.VOP.ITE ATTtTCDa
Aotoioplied at tb "Wert End Club last week !n the caorse of the champion's practice-
firt of all and to declare off hl hnt with
s iiiierm , L. ,. 1,1. .-..- .n
liolntc-d by loin5 hichance.f battling tLr
the feather-weirht championship and pros-
iiccis 01 a uoui in mis city In the r.tar
future failed to conso'e him. He ven nft-
big game, and that was ail he cared about.
Corbett departed last Fridav for Denver,
where he Intended to make a short stay,
probably starting East to-day or to-morrow
He Intends to do nil his training at
Saratoga. N. Y.. and will start work with
in the next week. Johnny Corbett . his
manager, and Sam Harris, who handles
Terry Govern, will meet in Cincinnati this
week and will sign final articles for tho
I " ung i-aroctt can retain tne fc
' displayed In his nraitice work here it
If looni Corbett can retain the form he
I surpriso none of his friends to see him
put McGovern out a second time in short
order. Johnny Corbett announced In the
course 01 nis stay nere mat loung uorbett
WOUld KO in tO mix things Un With Terrv
uuHi iue sinri. anil ne siaica xnai ne was
willing to bet that his man would prove an
Johnny Corbett spoke at length on tie
subject of McGovern's style last week and
stated that Young Corbett held him safe in
"Any man who had the courage and tho
strength to go at Terry from the start
could give him trouble." he sail, "and with
Y'oung Corbett's extreme cleverness and vi
tality, sicuovem has no show to defeat
I him Wo tffirite that Turn 1 )i.t ....a-
is going to train his
5hon- that the inpn who gae him the hanf
a i .
est fights were those who went In and I
m.i. hi- 1.1- n-. .i..i. ..-...-. . t I
whi.-h Co: belt respt nJe.l. 'Let h.m come,
lie had no sooner spoken than the con?
rang. Terry Jumped Into the middle ox in-;
rlni? in two or three strides, but C rb tt
was there, and met him half way. Wht is
more l.irbett was ready w:tn a -ei ic ni
and before Terry could realize wnat had
happened Corbett pot la the first blow, a
rlgnt hook to the face.
Trom that time It was the hottest two
rounds of Jlshtlns I have ever mi lerr.-f-.Irly
fouc hi himself wild In a-n effort it
r-ach the KM. who was actually liuginc
nt mm in the second rouni. iosn at -
rh.m-es and nt rlfVfr work, he hid ?Jc
Covrrn beaten, and th latter s wld
when Corbett would land on him and zhak;
"Whi n Cnrbett knocked him ou'. Terry s
adherent nrc fclrly dased Tor a litre
Th!np hail happened ro f.ist that they
rnulmrr realize wh.it had occurre 1. ic
I lluvern ! mir anslous to meet Ctcc t
J -rain, but the result will be the sine. No
. rr tt.r HIin way ne tries to ngui in:
! iri.mpion. Corbett. has mm uciten.
I "Vilnr.1..- lrr2nv.Tit tries tn nut Utl a
1 eioor Kittle t'orl.rt wiv want this or ll
i may no:. In cat' h" don't.he nill to In at.d
si.g itrrv into a xast ngnc very iu;cij.
If McUovern tries to tut up a hu-r.ta t
battle frsm the ouenln.T. Corbe't c n
blbr- him If he s"c Jit. or ran stand off
and punch him Into desperation.
"I have heard it said that HcGavern Cin-
not be l.mk off bv a man of his weunt. aia
I freelv admit that the maiontv of thi
nsr.tcra wno sutiereu ueieai ai ni-s nann
Io: -i a-rount or adopting tnese wnju
All th-e men lacked Mrenuth to b.-at Ttrr
ait. ioei-r. and had th-y rores.d 1I1U
pn p-t: they would have made tuuen tet
"Tae l'atsey Haley, for Instance. Whrn
ne lougut Jiruovern. jerry naa sucn a con
tempt for his hlttlni; ability nftr the fl st
raiind that he mnde no effort even to pro-
tet hi jaw. and went in anti let Jiaiey
l.-.nl wherever he released. What iow
ioijIiI Hal. v powibly stand with a min
vl..,m he i-on!(l not knock cut Yet Me-
Oovem naa credited with luvinK done
s-ro -thins gieat vhen he brat tl.e lit le
"I am not trying to belittle Terry at all.
as h. is a v.ondorfu! fighter Hut I want
to sir i h.tt YounK Cortx'tt has him sifo
at ev-rv Ftage f the name and w'll read
ily prove this the next time the mn meet."
Interest taken In the championship bout
thruugnuut the country has led to a re
vival of the picture privilege in connection
with the tiKl.l. The contest will he held
at New London In the open air and sin
amphitbt a ter -recialIv-adapted to the pri-
ourins of picture. by daylight, will b;
utilized for the contest.
Setting the date for August Z has moved
the time of the right forward several
wek and this will prove acceptable to
Youni; Corlett. He is anxious to set beck
in the rlnz again and has several matches
he wishes to fight in succession.
Jack McKenna. who reached the city Ian
Wednesday evening. accompanied by
Johnny Heg-in and AVe Attell. had th? fol
iowirg comment to make upon the Gans
Meraddcn fight, which he witnessed in San
"I see that a (rood deal ha been said
aL..ut this light and several different re-l-rt
haw been spread, all agreeing that
the bo::t wa a fake. Now. I watched tt
from the il-pside and I could not see that
there ivas any fake about It. McFadden'n
tjle probablv was responsible for the re-po-'S
He rights with a peculiar guard,
movinsr his arms in toward his body all
the time and crouching low down to avoid
punishment. This made blxn look as if he
"Matchlrjr Gan with McHaddcn caused
a lot of talk In the first place. Sporting
men on the Coast thought that If the ef
falr was to b a true tet of merit. Can
should be ent against Ilrilt. who is th
rcal champion of the Coast and can give
the best of them at his weight trouble.
Sending Gatw agalnt McFadden. whom it
'na p.-ac:i-aiiy certain ne wouia oeren.t.
' eaused a lot or taiK. ana the latters
I methods of fiehting added to the reports.
' "McFadlens s yle is de.lgne.1 to .draw a
I man on to a'low mm to wear mmseit uown
and still to have the arms in position to
deliver a KcorKnut blow, uans neutralizes
this stIe bv- his superior skill and by his
aggressive methods of fighting. There w-ts
never anything to the fight from the
Both Abe Attel and Johnny Regan from
the McKenna stable are in perfect condi
tion, and their manager states that they
are ready to put up the fight of their lives
at short notice. Especially is he Interested
In the return match with Harry Forbes,
which he confidently believes will give
Regan the bantam championship.
Both fighters were greatly disappointed
lat "Wednesday night upon their arrival
ham m flrttl lfn the hMf hftrt ieen elite,!
off. as Attell was scheduled to meet the
; winner three weeks later.
I "Wo cmc tho nir In n ranir n ire
passed through Kansas City," said Attell,
"and we feared then that the deal was
off Thrc was no use turning bck nt
that stage, however, so we came straight
on to the city, and here we are. I hop
to get on a fight very shortly, anyway. I
sec that the action of the board docs not
apply to future fights."
Philadelphia J.ick O'Brien performed the
unusual feat of disposing of two opponents
in the same evening nt Chicago last Mon
dav n'ght. Of his achievement, a Chicago
Mthcugh handicapped by a badly crlp-
lame rigm arm.
Bricn had little
both Jack Beau-
I In Itrn !T-rnnn1
I bouts at the American Athletic Clnb.
The knuckles on the Pblladelphlan's left
hand were so badly crushed that Kh left
was practically helpless throughout both
bouts, and the biceps on his rleht arm were
so badly swollen from blocking one of
"Yank" Kenn's blows. In that fight last
week that O'Brien could r.ot straighten out
the arm at all.
"It wta the right, however, that was
O'Brien's main reliance In both bouts, and
In the first one. which was with Drlscoll.
he gave his man a good beating. The big
hlaeksmith was feinted off his feet contin
ually and depended entirely upon wild
swing? whlrh seldom landed.
"In the firt round O'llrien feinted his
man all ibout the ring and started to play
for the body just nbav Driscoll's heart,
but no particular damage.
Trom the second round on the black
smith was coached to force matters, nml
ho dil his best to rush O'Brien. The lat
ter was always too fat. and. by amazing
ly clever footwork, blocking and ducking.
aw-Med almost all of Drlscoll V wild
"O'Hrien occasionally led a weak left,
but did not risk further Inlury to his hand
with any hard blows, and lead mainly to
mak.' an opening for his right, which he
lilwava landed on the body close to the
"in tie firth Drlscoll began to wearv. nnd
from the-s on It was all O'Brien, and the
crowd began t- yell for a knock-out. but
the Phlladeiphlsn. favoring his hand, took
no chances and merely finished with a big
margain on flints and had hia opponent
"Altut forty m!nnt-s" rest was allowed
O'Brien after the DrisepH bout before he
tork on Deauscholte. Despite the ret the
rUKh ficht which he put up with" the black
smith told somewhat on his condition, and
he was apparently weaker.
"Beau'ccclte. too. put up a more clever
nrcument. I?e wan very good at covering
himself up. and in the opening round landed
a coed, sliff right swing flush on O'Brien
right eye. ralring a large lump on the
n-ai:r;holte. like Drlscoll. however. --ende.l
largely on wtM swings and wan con
tini'ly fein'ed off his feet. At the e-id
O'Brien had a goe ; abide, but BuschoIte
hart nu: up a fight that made him many
News that Charlev Mitchell Is danger
ously lb has caused much sympathetic
. comment among the sporting men of this
country who remember the good fluht put
I up ly the English boxer against John L.
! Sullivan at Chant'.lly. France In USS ani
nis doui wun uoroett tor the championship
of the world at Jacksonville. Fla.. In 191.
mis iasi ngni, in spite of Mitchells speedy
defeat, always caused him to retain the
support of many hl'h-rrlnclplcd sporting
men who believed that he sot the worst of
the deal on that occasion.
AHhoush it Is admitted that Mitchell
never stood a chance in the world against
Corbett. who simply made a punching bag
or the English champion, the disregard oa
the referee's part of claims of foul by the
Mitchell party always furnished a te.plc of
converatlon and comment for Corbett's
cnemlrs. "Honest John" Kelly, who presid
ed at the meeting, undoubtedly failed to
call Corbett to account for one or two nal-
; pable fouls, and while these fouls did not
J affect the result of the fight. It created
tne impiessiaa unions tne bngiisn specta
tors that they were not having a fair deal.
Mitchell was knocked out In the third
round br Corbett. and the knorkout hlow
t was struck as Charley -ras hanging on the
1 ropes, ne was neipiess at the time, and
i the blow followed so quickly the punch
i which sent him to the ropc3 that Kelly
paid no attention to the claim of foul. Cor
' bett had beaten the Briton so decisively
In anv case that he would have won with
f But the last blow, so that It rea'.ly Is a
l pity he should have struck it at nil.
? Mitchell's fight with Sullivan, when the
big- fellow was at his best, was one of
. Charley's create-t battles. He foucht Sul-
I livan to a jdraw in France In a contest j
I lastlas thirty-nine fierce rounds. This was I
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THB REVEREND EDMlND DUCKWORTH.
v1;o wilt lead a team of local cricket riayers to Canada next month to meet Toronto
and Hamilton teams.
Sullivan and Kllrain met in their raerno
rablH battle at Itichburg. M!s., in a s--x.ii-l
-live -n -md bout.
Mitchell 1 probably the wealthier:
puglllet living -; present, and his fathtr-:n-law.
i'or.y Moore, is said to be worth .1
fjuarter of a million. He Is now lying 1.1
at the Moore Mouse on tha Kinley road,
near London, ar.d it is mH be hes liaii a
tries of attacks lately wlich. it is feared,
will tesult fatally.
A dispatch from New York concerning
Khl Iki'.iy reaus;
Kid McCu). looking in very P-or health,
though he said he never felt letter, sailed
yesterday on the White Star Line teamr
MajestJe f.r Europe.
McCoy, in comtany with a party of
friends, including the manaxer of his cere,
flecrge Grant, and other sporting peon!
arcivtd at tlw pier about en hour ef.re
the vessel railed, and ceil crmmtnted upon
his poor phs!rct appearance.
"I am poing abroad." said the fighter, "to
take a month!" automobllinc in l'rar.ce.
also, to engace In some auto racing there.
"I shall remain on the other I-e hut a
few weeS-. possibly six at the most, aft-r
SCHORR PREPARES TO
CAMPAIGN BIG STRING.
Brewer John Schorr of Memphis will
campaign a b'g string of -.-year-olds next
season. He already has about fifty head
of Juveniles, and is still bujlns whenever
he strikes one that suits him. Schorr will
break and train his jearllngj at Louisvii:c
Secretary D. r. Dreescn of the. new Iul3
vllle track, who was at Dclmar Friday, re
ceived a telegram from Schorr the day he
left home asking to have the biggest sta
ble at Churchill Downs Ml aside for his
yearlinjs. They will be thipred to Louis
ville about September 1. John E. Madden
had the biggest barn at Louisville last win
ter. It was built eapiclallj for the proprie
tor of Hamburg place. This stable ha3
eighty-two stalls and will accommodate
fifty or axty head of horses comfortably.
Mr. Drcssen, while here, stated that ha
would probably let Schorr have this big
barn for his jcarllns". Schorr Is rating
the largest part of his stable In the East
this season. He showed a lot of fast Z-year-olds
at Memphl. aad the pick oi the
stable was shlppd East at the conclusion
of the Montgomery Park meeting.
The horsts did nut do well in the East.
however, ami most of the good ones have
been on the shelf ever since. Judith Camp
bell has net started since the Memphis
meeting. Schorr Is probably reserving her
for sevtral valuable stakes to be run at
Rightful showed the first flash of his
spring form In the JIast lat week, when
he beat a field of crack jouut,UTS at
Sheepshead lwy. This colt a a half-brother
to the gieat race marc Lndurar.;c by
bchorr has a small string at Washington
Park- Most of tn ;- ear-oids In the West
ern division . f the Schorr stable are en
gaged in all the Jjvenile stakes to be nta
at Deimar. rnncc or taouranre. u'ooni
and Gold Dell are in the UZRrk Stake.
John A. Scott. Ksherin and Gold BcjI are
In the New Centurj. Prince of endurance.
Urcakspur and John A. fccoti uic in the
Secretary Drtssen of the new Louisville
Jockey Club, while here last week, ins;.' cl
ed the new Telmar track and pronoutKcJ it
cne of the mrst complete and up-to-date
racing plants In America.
It. A. Swigcrt. the aell-known Kentucky
turfman, has wired for s:l's at Dtlraar.
and will crinr his stable here at otiee.
Swigert Is a member of the famous Ken-
tutu family -I thai reiw- ins lainrr.
Dan Swipirt. used to own the c-leurat .t
Kimocdorf stock farm. His unc e. 4ue
Swlgert. was a racing Judge at Madison
and Sportsman's Park. R. A. Swigert won
tne American Derby with Carlsbad and the
St. Iuls Derby with Michael.
E. J. Arnold of St. l-ouis bought some
horses at the Hagtf a rile In New York ai 1
will brnir them to Delmar at once. He
paid JS.Sji for Siramjer. a I- ear-old hslf
brother to 'rebyterlan, a winner of the
Crescent CIt 1-e.fcy. and IZ.O0 for b"iz
brlllar a r-year-old by Fltsj.me- Brl'ler.
Arsold r.srs Peaceful. Muxlmun. Chci. -Rococo
and othrr horses now being cam
palcned at the Delmar track.
The stake event of the coming week at
the Dcnur track wi.I ! tm- (Jjho tae for
j- ear-olds at or. rn'ie Th-" Gas--onadi
has juw aa-ea and is a semap sweep
stakes. The best J-jear-o'Js in the West
are engagevi In the Gasconade. Includms
I.-jcien Appleby. Herodhi'le. Little Scout.
Terra Flrma. Jordan. Buccleuth. Helen
lrlnt. Marque. Lingj. Sambo. Schwalbe and
Brixton. Luclen Appleby Is the St. George
Ivee colt which ran second to Wjeth in
the American Derly. He belongs to Sam
Hlldrcth and has net-r started here. If
HUdreth should Fend Lucien Appleby here
to run In the Gccnade. te torse u n
surely give a firt-clas account of him
self. John Ifurrows's clu Haln-'uit. who
was cut dawn st Lstonia. and was on th
shelf fir several werks atferwards. Is n-w
going pound asim and will re-lve srwcial
tirpan'lop fi r tr" Ga--or.art- Ha.au!t
Is a r'ght rJiifty herse v hen a himself. Ho
ran Georce Itennett's great sprinter. Ed
Austin, to a head at Memp'Vs last s3rtaK.
Burrcws refutd a riccy price for the colt
Immediately after this race.
Xenova. a con. lfta:t performer at the
I'lte in ssr. rirh la medical V
iU Oircci, j;rvoii. Wood. s n and the Sr-ct rxaea of Mn and Wcinea.
BLOOD POISON AND SKIN DISEASES.
If jrur eyst'ta has ev-r to l.-fectel br "! awfcl dlase. t he'n at
orce. I"a"t put It off. Too atar.j i . tve creatut dapcr to yjunlt aaJ to
ctbr The r.iscn ca-ea (or life ii,' r'tnuvtd eompIiey.
V can euro tfcla dease In a er e- it tf-ne without Injurious dms.
Ota- r e lea taroar cf tae po.s. 11 frnm tae b-dv ial ky aiv-i toerojr:.?
leave ir-.e t e A la pure and hta:t-y ta:e Jf to hav uaed tUo.5 rarlflers
v-tli -caT mrt'ra l saturated and tried sr'al!"a uit.l jeo are dtSart wl
cd Isdt ttilh la cedleal iU.'. ycu are t1! very rue e want to roroe ats! talis
car qu k. rsp'1 care. Come new We till reitalniv care yu if you do.
Tblrtr-elce yfars triaUnjt thefe dUeascs. llaar tzyasinU cured.
no COIVWCV t Pfl C C Pnr ITItMV. .J OI.-. IrirattEitruciTnmiU.
aa, oiina-i a .t w. u.
which I shall come back to this city. My
ten-m for gol"Er alone Is the fact tnat Mr.
M-"oy I n-tmg. prior f rehearsaLs. which
will b-.gtn oon If she went witn me she
xnisbt have to cancel her engagements,
ana she uoern't care to do that.
"As to tne Fltxaisirauns-JeCrles fliht I
can only state that all my money -ti'l go
noun n Jeffries, a1 the way I figure It out
is that Jeffries Is teo heavy for Fltx, an!
I ilon'i. imnk bdencu will tell In the coa
Kit." Sam IL Harris, manaper of Hughy Mc
Govern and Ms more famous brother, who
is now In Vrovldence attending the Khode
I-Iand Jockey ("ul meeting there, -announce-
that upon his return to New. York
next M-jiHiay he will be more than pleased
io niraaKe a maicn wim vw.lle jtetd. tne
feather v.eight who challenged Hughey for
a match, providing Reid weighs In at 112
rounds. Reld In his challenge offered to
I Jt SI') that he can best Hughey. and
Murrl.s will endeavor to have him pest that
amount. nM. according to Mike Donovan,
is said to be a marvel, though but IS years
old. and the two boys. If matched, should
put up a very interesting; bout
Fair Grounds, distinguished himself af.d
enriched her owner to the extent of several
thousand by capturing a stake at Denver
last ueek. Kenova Is the mare that Dan
Jlonlg claimed out of a selllnir race and
rubs4ueM!y sold her beck to her old
owner at a big profit Kenova's success Is
only another illustration of the fact that
hivses good enough to win on the St. Louis
tracks tan win auy where In this country.
Mlzzoara. a winner at Dclmar last Week,
was at on.: timd the prop-rty of the well
known St, Ijuls turf plunger. "Kid"
Rogers. This animal was the nrm snd onlr
race horse Rogers ever owned. After feed
In ilirzeura for a whole season without
winning a single purse with the hors.
Borers finally became disgusted and made
a present of the animal to "Billy" Donahue,
the old Jockey. Rogers, by the way. Is now
said to be John A. Drake's chief bettlmr
commttsioner at Washington Park. Drake
is tne uggest nettor on the American turf.
He gave the English bookmakers an awful
trouncing s-vtral years ago. and bis suc
cess in separating th English pencllerf
from their coin Is !rl to have heen the
real reason why Jockey Relf and Trainer
itiarcam were nounueu oil the inillsn tutl.
Rogers booked at New Oilcans last winter
for I2Uls A. Celia of St. 1-ouls. He sue
ccedeil in sijuanderlng ilO.OuJ or JliOOO of
Cella's coin it New Ot leans.
The Racing- Form states that Brulare has
a had Knee and lias had t much racing
late y. which has taken tho edge from her
speed. She looked like a wlrnc r in her last
race at Washington Park a furlong from
the finish, but weakened when collared by
Hunter Raine In the stretch and had to be
contented with second monev.
Gottfried Walbaum. the famous Duke of
Gi-ttenburc and Prince of Hobokcn. has
retired from the ta'f and his entire racing
estpMlshment was dispose! of under the
hammer the ether dv The star thorouch-
brt-I of V.'albsum's collection was Prince
of M-Ilicurn" the greatest 3-vear-oId of his
yeir on the Amer'csn turf Prince of Mcl
loume won the Realization and other blr
fixtures. Alexander Shellds bought this
horse for SS.Jf. l'rlnco of Melbourne was
by Hranlle Maid of Balgowan. and was
developed as a 2-year-old by Charlie Pat
terson, who is now training for Burns &
Wuterhouss. Patterson sold the horse to
the late Prank Beard of Ilrooklvn for J3.
00 and when Beard died. Walbaum pro
cured possession of the animal. Walbaum
t.ed to own the Gutter.burs race track
across the river from New York city Of
recent years h has hc;n making books on
the metropolitan tracks.
814 IMJfR MTREI-rr. ST. LOCIS. HO.
33 Years Flperleace.
Prlvat matttr (klllfull 1111M aid mtdlclms
rorrlihKl to Mtlecti at m ofnr. No hlnaraoes
tiom bc!n-p No expoaur. but a freedv aal
t.rmnnt cur la a f darn, ratlrats oat o
h ett iinrri b mall er ?rs on rerelpt af
K 10 par for nsrtltclne Call or wrlta and d
cille ojrsiomi Hour t to I: Sancara. HaU
Tlfokie KlrUvh C ttU.
TOaINE. a Giarinteed
LB Jj Care for Gonorrhoea anil
& fc p. dUchargainl to 3 days Daei
" R II nct t!itre llnet Complete
tv-. Vt& treatraentatlinmewithcew
Recoi.T.enJe-i by psyslcUas Ask joor drug
tUt. or sent a plain pacicre on receipt of
Dr. sJ.Cc CtBHAKT Co., UIIsTci.
816 Chestnut St.. St. Louis, Mo.
The ItELIADLB Specialist.
Cures tr.vate and c route ll
ess I, t ilaahooJ NVrrcna l
M.llr Ivt Vlr. olnat Vi'eak
ne. Ni;M Io. Debl fiat nc
Inram. Eirlr Iecar. Varcocl-.
IrsuV f tr i-rs or rxcesteit. Lr i
srr PS ejiu- Gleft. MrHtu-e. t;
rctaral U rzzt a and all dis-esa--a
rf K.'-i y anl lttV-.
r. PlooJ P lien, all lUsct,
rss tivtl cored. 0-Jt-of--n pa-
Ti.nts tt-atea or tnvi. r-a rree.
51.00 PER WEEK for Treatment.
Tau re.oM bur no betllr for J10 a week.
Co3ulattoa f"zt C. cr write. iuur; J a.
m. to V V rn. SuiuUra. 10 a. rn. to J p ts.
OLD RELISBLE SPEGIfiUST.
- sKslc-e acJ akllL TH tuRmt'i fritnd Oi-ea
un. 1.15UIU allu nu., au touls, Mo. J
Weakness and Disease Arc Often Mac'e Worse
Through Incompetent, Inexperienced Doctors
If Suffering, Don't Let Expense Stand in the
Way; Seek the Very Best Treatment Obtainable
Rcmcmbery There Are No Pockets in a Shroud
m OUBE T
Varisoceie in 5 days,
Sirieiure and Oieef
and Hervo-Sexua! Gefeliify
V.e Want to fnV; e Trrlt In aMi ci?rwaw em.. ,ti& n.n..K I AM. .n mm. m.... .V4
leeis tnat he Is not up to the prj tr stanJarl of health and rcanh-od. The Importance of
prompt treatment for these maladies cannot be too strongly emphasized. They never
f'l0. l,u, cn ,h,f r"trary are constantly becoming more assravated. and If
i egieeted will surely wreck jour heal'h and t'.II your whole future with misery, suffertna
unj - Disease is always aggravated by Improper treatment. There are dishonest
!"n ' " all callings, and the medinl professnon proves no exception to the rule. Stimu
li " our whderful suceessi and immense practice, tbe-e have sprung- up many
mushroom medical concerns in this and surrounding citle? within the recent past. Tho
Mf-styIed specialists at the he-ad of these institutes are hetirtle-s. tricky and dlsreputa-
u J oner a" manner or indM-ements to urlure patients to their offices; their stay is
cf short duration and they usually fly by nlehr, for the public soon learns that they are
imncstorii In every sense of the word. Ave! I thes-e men; Investigate thoroughly beforo
taklnc treatment. The true specialist U an honest man. whe has been fitted and thor
oughly trained In the art of curing special diseases. He w'll be permanently established,
and It will not require offers of Free Treatment. No Pav Until Cured and other false mis
representations to fill tLs offices with afflicted patients. We prerer to have our patients
'"estigate our reputation for sJcjh hmesty and suceessi before commencing treatment:
they then have implicit confidence in our ability to cure them. Knowing that we hava
cured thousands of others, they believe we can do as much for them.
We treat all patients personally: joii see no substitutes. We understand thoroughly
the diseases which constitute our specialty, and you can i'erjend upon it we will treat
you honestly and fairly. Just as we would want to be treatel if our positions were re
versed. If your health and manhood are slipping away yon cannot afford to delay. Wn
guarantee a permanent and lasting cure or fee refunded. Cast aside your modesty. Call
and be examined Free.
"Varicocele Is Nature's Mark on Transgressors." for Invariably tt results front
abuse of these powers with which It Is the aim of nature ti equally endow all mtn. Wo
cure Varicocele in five days to stay cured forever, and we are the only specialists who
possess the skill to perfect a cure in this time in a safe, thorough ami radical manner,
without causing- the patient persona! Inconvenience, loss of time or physical suffering.
Our method of cure Is entirely p..inles& and duvM of danger, it has been used in over
ten thousand of the most aggravated cases of Varicocele without record of a slnglo
failure. Every trace of weakness and disease disappears as completely as If they had
never ctlsted. a healthy cirrulailon of blood Is auicklv re-established, the wasted onrans;
regain their normal size, warmth and vlgT;
anu soon wm posses inai connuence. power ana sense oi weil-Deing wnlch are asso
ciated with good health and robust manhood, and which are so necessary to married Hfo
and future happiness. Not only can we grant you complete freedom from all the annoy
ing symptoms which accompany this disease, but what Is more Important, we can restora
to you the precious and coveted powers of manhood In their fullest" degree.
Beware of Imitators and Impostors, who make alluring promises of cure, but who pos
sess no genuine curative ability. If you are afflicted come to our office and learn why
neglected Varicocele Is certain to result In tots.1 lmpoteney, and how. by our method of
procedure, we can forever rid ycu of this deadly complaint. If skeptical we refer you to
reliable business men whom we have cured, and will convince you that we can fulfill
rll our promises. We are treating more cases of Varicocele than any other specialist la
Ametlca. and can give you the very quickest, safest and surest cure known to medical
Stricture and gleet are the two destructive maladies whieh go hand In hand for evil
In the male senlto-urinary system. Thev nevr cure themselves, but. on the contrary
are ever becoming more argravated. and If neglected or Improperlv treated are certain
to result In Bladder and Kt.lrey Complications of a serious and fatal nature. The method
of cutting and dilation employed hy raist physicians is harsh, unscientific treatment and
cannot be too strongly condemned, for It Invariably leaves the patient in a worse condi
tion than before.
Our cure for Stricture Is safe, painless and permanent, and free from surgery in any
ui.. wuj ..v.aii.it-111. vTZfiii? cfweer-wit
Inflammatory, antiseptic and germl Mai: and the cure is accomplished without suffering
crreisona! In'oie-,l.ncc. In a thnrruch t! radical manner. We can promise every sufferer
from Stricture and Gleet lasting free-torn from the many distressing symptoms which ac
company these conditions. Every obstruction In the urethra la forever removed all dis
charge soon censes, inflammation and soreness are allajed. the ulcerated canal a"nd blad
der are healed, the prostate gland reduced in sl-e. the sexual system Is Invigorated and a
complete restoration to normal health perfected.
. .I ?a on' of ,h." unf-rttiratrsi who haw made j wron- commencement and failure
in life? Is your weakened svstem ry!ne cut for he't.' v .,..-..,., i.-i.-v,.. "j
despondent: every organ of votir body seems
stop every loss and drain on mur vitality.
the clouded brain: In fact, will strengthen
1 .J, -'""" ": " ,-- ujn.m.- Ban Km soin ne lost unless you do
something fcr ourseir. Our lone experience has rendered us thoroughly familiar with all
the causes and effects rf N-rvo-Ses;unl DeM'ity. ami we have lifted up enoush fallen
men to make an army iur treatment will remove fl the in street. r -,... li.
what nature Intended-a hilthy an.l happy man. with physical, mental and sexual mr
ers complete. Avoid the manr cheap. wortMess remeilies on the m.ir.f. .S... 1 i.7.
temporar- stimulants: the treatment we employ contains no Injurious drugs and leaves
no bad after-effects; It builds up gradually and permanently strengthens the weakened
Contagious Blood Poison.
One- the vires of Specific Blood Poison has polluted the blood. It is Imrortant that
you tak? Immediate teps to be ptirer.l of It. It is an imperious and cruel master- th
rl h and poor nl'ke fall at Its withering touch. If u havere threat. mucoSpatche,!
of this dLsea-s-. In either primary, secondary or tertinrv stages, come" to us a"
ttrely and forever rid of It Our treatment Is a speelMc In f!e truesense of the
quickly drs:roj the v.rus clears the skin, purifies the blood and thoroughly cle
IMiii'irs. IVl'l-ri-v viivint r-fc-v- -. v r (tllli Uli 17173. IlOnP TiJtin mil tne snt
to rarnF vou thrcuh, Does this roison stlir
marry, knowing that you will contaminate
generations to come? Consult us at onctf.
..!.. .t-. naa - .
VVR 72 H.S.h1al"?rf Preferred, hut if it Is Impossible for you to A
SR I C call write us a full deserlptlon of your case as you understand It-tSain- -
ly stating your symptom.. Ve have perfected a system of Home Treatment that has -
P'oven uniformly suc-e-sful, thousands are cure-l by mail who otherwise iJh. u f
ab'e to take advantage cf our exrert skin and wi-ndVrful ?2.." " 55J!wo?l? ?."" 3 s
efforts will be put forth In their beha!f-a3 BGh so f tiiVwre BtS" our Imn7edIaTl
Consultation and examination free. All dealings sacredly confi
dential. We do an office practice only, and you will find us in from
9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays, 9 a. m. to 1 p. m.
800 Olive Sf Opp, Post
St. Louis's Leading a i J Most Successful Specialists.
Oris, tools, iia
wl"c J Hours: 9 s,a.to7n. ra.: Saturday to i Snndintntsn-i.
. , iS Jif f. .wlM t1""8 e.UIlaaed practice. alcre UO. St bac nambari !
Th Kerotllc: b ccoiinccd. Tou Pit. WU1TT1KU ta rirsoa.
For Honest Treatment.
; ootn sexes.
5. V.. "J1IT.. 'VSr.1CT, "nifrj?,".n'"...cr nantcesa for baalaeaa or oar-
pm. .z.jim :. VT. -.iTr'rrr-. ":'. ?r-rs. . crxani weaaataa. qiuc-
Blood 1'ulaoa. Alt .t.... r..-,. trri-.
L.riEa Alxs, Mltala Jt .... kUk MKaiBH
. , -- s.wv fc le Q s.a-w-sr'- saj
i.iie.".;ar?, i,""r,:.!'.Tn, ?.!ic,".:-r5,j'rc''' r '. ..- a. wr uk a..
i.t.V "" 'teeiai ;:-...-. !.. ie.m
SnrcleBl -, wh.-- -,-r-rd.l v a-qclred.
stedlral Dletfonnr-- ,M ,.t-ser n. at
in 10 to 20 davs,
Poison in 30 to 90 days,
in 30 to 90 davs.
In fart, you are strengthened in every way
m-uuruiii IjesilliJK nRU CUrailVC POWCr. IS antl-
deranged; you are growiiic weaker and
Invigorate the wasted sexual organs clear no
you In every way and quickly restcrevou to
and be en
ie word. Te
thoroughly cleanses and
lnrvin ....' .-.rs"'il"L"'I"'u.'"n
jour associate and hand down this curs for
3 curso lor
. ' - - .s.-.- ai '
Office, Sf, Louis, Ho.
Koota 3U tn3 OQcct M floor Emilia Bid r.
tUilllt., alll V .' jB
coroair. .trrraaa. mood. Sltla and t'rlnarr Dlaeasea
ta. .Nervosa Debility. Lost Manhood. Kte- producm
dr-wiod.ncr .ni untat:.n.s cr ncr.teeta foe tedmi or nu-
' t.. .:.." rv..i..Vr SLn
-a .. ' ,
ak ror b!jik 3.
ip.tbd. no rattler tSin iZ wiita for adrlca.
r-eer..ntlr Wm vi-fl-TSle hi ( danl
efflc. cr resled bs-n."if5leteJe: "
br mail; 9) een rlcTorrs.
Consaltatlon Free at
OBct r br Mall.
for Zaek Pma. -
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