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THE REPUBLIC: SATTJUDAY. JULY 12, 1902.
IB'S' DOCTOR nvsxxjEisa-.
T- T" F At -. "- r tbnw that 25 p-er cnt f aU ren xaralntd fcr "n!Utjiot ar af
Jli . ih .." and In c in-iunc- ar- rrjcrtM This en fact fhowa th Kralty
and 4ptnt cf t Jia and fiould iroznpt e-rv man afflict! with fam1 to at one Mk
it cure an - - i- an enlarcemnt f lh- is. of tli i rot urn. which to thr touch ffel
like a bun. h f itli uorm Iia kac,-. hiaf !. tditns-louQ rains thnrojih the lotn aa
, condition p-TiaUr m In all nervous Hllrnnis a- anvnip the refl-x fcjmpiom. for artcocei
has tuch a direct TiTf-ct upon th n-pn. u i-trm that It ctoduces in tlm a pronounced con
dition of H'nouft deMIity with Its train if jttndlnjc 'Mir. Atrophied or weak, shrunken or
&c and ni;iMe insoten v ., tHe tilt mat an! irn-UtaM-r endinjr of ii-pgcttd arlcoceIe.
My tr ttrrM-nt for artxirelc ft an at--Mut-'v patn!-5i -nrie. nd in the most clentlflc and ef
fftK moth. rr einploeI for the ur o thW allmjil The unMIlrlte! letter- on file In
rny offW from thouFend of currd patUrti' -n-nt trllnessjt of tr- effectleneia of my
treatnwnt f-.- this as well . all ofh-r Oh Iwladed In mv t-pUlU-n
COM'H (TBn IHOUli;it- R hht' w.ur jre l thorruj-h Not on of rny patient
has e.r had h relane aft-r .inp dUinlswrJ as cured, and I cure in lets time than the ordl-Utti-T
f'j-rn. f trt-n'nt reiuitd
SIKCII'If Hl.flOI) IOIM)"V No danTrou mineral'. t- drlre lh- virus to the Interior,
iur ha"Tn!es Mw!-cl-anplnc rnctl that re-nnie th lant ivlMtnou taint
1 1XIC1 I Hi; Mv tritrnit t l.t luteir palnles and perfect results can be depended
vpon In em-v lnstanre I d no , iit...c or dlfottnf; whetexrr
Wi:KVriSS-M a,(T-- In .ti-ini those d"anremnt commor.lv termed "weaxnesi.
has done more to extend n . reputation an a srerlaliitt In mn d.eafes than anr one othr
ti1nF T thl day mj -zrm of treatment Is th only wurr-sfu! one In us1. In y-axa I have .
TKt fallf-d to fe-t a "-ottitI t v-u- which i a ttatement that oannrt truthfully apply to any
-!hr treatment h-tnr cm ! In th ms. Of course. teTe In an occailonal case thit
ha pa?Md Into th" innjra 'tic an I th 1 do not trnt -it all My lornr expriencs en
ables m to rr-m 7- -v m - ' t ' t rn'y urh iam as 1 ran cure permanently.
ALL DISEASES OF MEH OKLY TREATED FREE UNTIL CURED.
Office Hou- a r t p m xtrk d.iy. Ram. till ni Randr-
WDIVC 1 ' n"1 l " writ- rce in f ir -tirn lanmiace a romplet' decrlptlcn of
rk I I U i r n- -ifi u un-2erand arr- and tn -efarn 3u will be treated at your
own br-.e T -",! TrJA FIirE uni 1 perfectly cut,;. Adirm
THEODORE ilLEN, Ffl. D.? or Bocfor Milen Medical Co.,
"i iilic Street. Oppn'lt r offlrr. St. Loan Mo
rowell Tx)st a Titchcrs' Battle,
Though He Allowed But
ANDERSON SCORED ONLY RUN.
Two-Badger in Fourth Inning, Fol
lowed by Wallace's Hit,
Prevented a Shut-Out.
STAMMXO OP THE CI.CI1S.
American I-naeu I National I-;aKue.
dubs. M 1 Vet. j Ciul. W. U ret.
Chirac S .ESiT'ttEburc ... 49 IS .?
BostoT W Pi .SiJ'Iloston X Si -w
-t. loote 3J rs .511 1 BrooUm ....39 .iS
Philadelphia J3 3J n,TiicBo 3 32 JI-
3alnmorr ...31 3C .;St. l.uls 3 l .J
"VVasblndon .31 37 AX Philadelphia 3 41 .v
Cleveland ...30 37 .4 1 Cincinnati .. :7 3S .41
Detroit ... SS 37 .131 I New York .2 44 .3H
Aroerican Icaeue. Nattocal LeaBe.
Chlcaso i St I.ouls 1 St Louis 4 BnK.k.it 3.
Ciex-eland 9. Detroit 6. Boston 4. Clccrjnatl S.
AVa-.h 4. Uaiumore 3. t X X "3 .-Unqna
lto!-ton S. Milla. 2 1 i'hlla. i. ChlC3 4.
Itrooklm at St. Louts.
ltoiton at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at Chicajto.
New York at Fltuburc.
Chlcaso. III.. Juiy 11 There tras a base
ball -nTestlinc match at tlie South Side
grounds to-day ia -R-hlch the pitchers vicre
ttroBr; and the batters tvero raado to look
-neak. It ivas a Sight viltich compelled two
twlrlers to brine Into requisition ol. o the
cunning they iiosscsaed.
The. Browns trere beaten, but the score
Teas only : to 1. ar.d McAlccr's men ltnow
that It ttas but a turn of fnrtunj wnich
caused them to Ioe.
llej- Piatt and Jack Powell tvere the
furlrler. Five hits -ncrc made off Piatt
und r&ttr o.T I'owell. The St. Iuls pitcher
wasn't iaorel ivlih the same kind oi tiela
inir tWiirh aided Piatt, and because of this
he was forced to be the loser.
The Browns scored first In the fourth
innlnR. Anderson led off with a two-baRger.
"Wallaco followed him with a safe bunt and
Anderson reached third, scoring on Mc
cormick's fly to Green.
The champions did not make a hit until
the sixth Inning. Then Strang got a enve
and aided bv a bas; on balls to Jones and
an error by Padden. he reached the plate
with the run which made the score a tie.
f In the ninth Jones filed to Padden. Danny
Green singled to left and Dals went out
on a grounder to Anderson, llertes hit to
center and Green sailed to the rubber with
the winning run.
ah. n. ir.
Btranir. third basi 4 11
Jones, center lle!l 3 o
Oreen. riitht field 3 1 s
Savls. shortstop 4 U 0
ilertes. left field 4 o 1
Jsbrlt. first base 3 0 0
Hair, second basa ........ 2 o 0
Mcl"trland. catcher 3 u 0
Piatt, pitcher 3 0 0
23 2 4
Alt. It. II.
.4 l) u
Borkett, left Eeld
Hemphill, center fl'ld .
Triel. rlKht neld
Lndersoa. first ba-e ...
McCormlck. third base
Vadden. second base 4
Xonohue. catcher 3
Powell, pitcher 3
Totals 1 1 S : 11 2
Two out when wlnnlnc run was wore!
Chleaco o .1 0 0 0 1 o ft 1 ;
PL Louis 40100000-1
Lft on ba'es Chlraco 4 St. Louis f Two
base hits Anderron 1. btolen liases Daly 1.
Mertes 1. Hemphill 1 Double plays Hemphill.
Padden and Powell 1 Struck out By Pistt 3.
by I'owell 1. Bases on l.alls-0!T Ilstt 2. off
Powell 3. Tlm of Km-nn hour and flfty
fle minutes. Uraslre O'ljiucblln. Attenlance.
1VASIIISGTOX 4. IIAI.TIMORn X
tons Dra-rrn Ont bnf Inciting Conlet
nt the Capital.
Washington. July 11 Washington won a
long but exciting game from Baltimore to
day by hits at the proper time, aided by
wreak support. McGann was spiked and
Kellej- and Gilbert weie put out of the game
and off the grounds for disputing decisions.
Attendance. 2.SS2 Score.
Alt II O.
.A E ! AB.H O.
i Inarfn. TAO'I
Ft Louis at ChlcaKO.
letrolt at Cleic4and.
Baltimore at Wah.
JV)ton at PhHad-lphla.
Ttran. cf . 3 13
o ( Keiy.rr-lb SIS
a e'Ojler. rf-s.. 9 rt a
i otSelbach. If. .3 l
Doyle. lb 4 2 2
Dele'tr. If.. 3 1 0
-ai.s-KIIt, 3h 111
1 ''Wlirnw. 2b.4 2 1
Le. rf 4 1 2
Nearer, lb... 4 3 12
tely. s 4 0 3
Tyarke. c ...3 0 4
W)wnsecd.n 4 1
Totals ...31 1 f
olMrtlann. fh'.l ft 11
itobinson. c.4 I
Creia'n. Jb 4 1
Gilbert, s ...3 1
Shield, rf .. 0
Cronln. p ...4 1
McGinniiy .1 0
31 7 !4 It
rHAJi a CVialr In fh ninth.
WashtnEton J 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 -4
Earned n.ns Washington X Battimore 2. Two
ba.e hits Carey 1. L-e 1 Thrc-fcae blts-Dele-hanty
1. Doyl 1 Williams L Home runs Wil
liams J, Robinson 1. i-acrirlce hits ltj-an 1
lwuble plays Howell and Kelly 1. Bresnahan.
Gilbert and Kellr 1. Bases en balls Off Town
send 2. oft Cronln 2. Struck out By Townscnl
4 by Cronln 2. Lft on laes Washlnirton S.
jiallmeTe . Passed llls ltoblnscn 1. Time of
fame Two hours. Umpires Johnstone and Car
ruthcrs. CLEVELASD O, DETROIT 0.
Mullen and Varney IlotU 'Wild, and
Ily from Detroit and moed out of last
place. Mullin and Varney were wild and
retired in tavor 01 stever ana nsui. At
tendance. 2.&T6. Score:
Cle eland Detroit.
AIULOAE. ! AIUI.OAE.
Tjay. ef 3 0 7 1 0 Barrett. cf..4 10 0 1
tit:ii.' tyt a s t i a
Casey. 3b....S 112 0
Amdt. rf-lb.2 0 2 11
ElberTd. S...4 2 3 2 2
Hariey. K...3 1110
Dillon, lb.. -.2 14 10
Flever. p 2 1 0 0 0
Gleascn. 2b. 4 14 2 0
alole. 2b...4 1 - 2
Hickm'a. lb.4 JSJI
MeCar'y. ,c- i 1 2 2
BemiS. C...J 1 1
WrStnti P.-.S 0 0 1 0 j Mullin. p-rf.3 0 1 3
varney. D.-. i x :
tcumre c. & 1 h o u
Totals ..- 27 I ' Totals ...31 ? 24 12 S
Cleveland j jlin?n'iZ2
Detroit - 0 3 0 -
Eirced rarr-r-t-Snit 1- Two.- -M-Gsch-
riufr 1 HiVrran 1. Itarrett 1. Eiberfeld 1. Sae-rim-
hr nradley 1. D-mis 1, Hay L Stolen bases
ltra.1 rr 1 liml 1 Biv I. LaJ'-Ie 1. Flick I
IxmMe tltr Hradley furarrlst!) 1; Bar Lilo'e
rd i5 c'inauer I. Firt le en hal.s Off iiul
Hn r 1.0; Varney S. eft! Wrlcht 3 Hit by pitched
Juill P Var&ov 4. by Sierer ! Ift on btnes
'!eeU-.d It Detroit 11 Strurk cut-By Vamey
i ly Wrisht - bv Mullin 1. by Slevert 3. PaxsM
all-neml.,i Wild pitch's Varney 1. TVrlicht
1 Time- To hour and twenty minutes. Umpire
nosmx s. PHH.AD111.P111A
Game Won In I-'Irat Iunlnc, Follovrlnc
Ilnne- on ISalla.
Phlladelph'a. la.. July 1L Boston wen
to-day's game in the first inning on two
bases on ballc, a sacrifice, a sinrle and a
heme run. Three local were ineffective at
the bit. Attendant-. S. Score:
Ito.ton I I'hlladelphla.
Alt 1I.O.A E AR II O.A.E.
Doshy. If .4110 oliiartiel. If 4 2 0 0 0
-omn. 3t .4 0 3 3 ui-uitr. ci 4
JleaKcn. cf..l 13 0 0,Daia. lb 4
yrmiun. rt S 1 0 Oil- Cross. 3b.4
13 0 0
1 ix : 0
l'arent. . 4 : 4 a Xjnoia. rr .4 v i o o
Lact-.ar.cc.lb 4 r 14 o 0 Murr-hy. ro. 3 1 0 3 0
Kerrts. Sb ..I 0 1
Warner, c.,.3 1 1
WlnUr. p.. .4 1 0
o a tTose. .2 q 4
powers, c ..3
: 0 IIustinEs. p3 0 3 3 1
Totals . -Si 1 17 14 at Totals ..it 18 S
Bo'toa 4 3 0 0 0 0 10 1
Philadelphia 1 0 0 10 0 0 0 0-5
earned run? Boston 4. Philadelphia, 2. Three
bftue hits l'arent L 1 Ciws L Home runs La
clanre 1 Sacrifice hits Oleason 1. Stolen bases
(lleason I, Hansel 1 LIt on baes Boston T.
I'hlladelphla 3 Doub'e p.ss Parent and La
clwr.ee 1: Warner and Parent 1. Hustings and
il C-oss 1. First bare on fcalla Off Hustins; 5.
rf Winters 1 Hit by pitched ball Warner 1.
biruek out 11. Cross 1 Time One bear and for
ty minutes. Umpire Connolly.
Minneapolis O, Kansas City A.
Minneapolis. Minn.. July IL Testerday's com
edy of errors was repeated to-day on the local
rrounds. Kanas City playing the heary part.
The Minneapolis men were ery fast on the bases.
Attendance. 1.3)0. Scoie:
II. H. E.
Minneapolis 1 0 3 0 10 13 ..9 J-
Jvansas city 1111000 04 ! t
Batteries Sporer and Beyers; Wolfe and Ee
Tille. Colnmlini 1, Lonls-rllje 3.
Columbus. O.. July 11. Lcu!rvir.e outhit th.
home team to-day and wca easily. Attendance,
, . R. H. E.
Columbus 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 01 I 1
Louisville 0 110 0 0 10 ..1 19 1
Batteries Thomas and Fox, Dunkle and Schrl
ver. Toledo 4. IndlanonnllB A.
iCedo. O . July IL Toledo lost to-day's rxm
br loos playlnjr In the seventh Innlnr. vfp to
that time Ind.anapcl!a was unable to hit Mock.
Attendance, l.fym. Score:
Toledo 1 0 0 0 0X00 0-5" 19 IJ
Indianapolis 0 0 1 0 0 1 C 1 08 II I
Batteries JIo:t and KUIncrw, Kllsm and Mat
thews. TVESTRHX LKAGCE.
Omaha 10, Milwaukee 1.
Omaha. Neb. July IL First Baseman Thomas
dropped the ball in an attempted double play.
Blvir.c the ilsllers their only run He batted out
two home runs. Attendance, 2,101. fccore:
O-nah t 0 0 3 10 1 0 .. 10 13
Milwaukee 0 00000100 I 7 ;
Batteries Brown and Gondinc: Keaoey. Frick
en and liaanaford.
St. Paul C, MllTTnnkee 3.
Bt,Tf?h ,M":a-. Jal-11 St. Paul bunched bits
on ilcllniln this afternoon and had thlnn all
one way. Milwaukee found Ferfueon In the sev
enth alter two out. but fast fieidlnt; slopped the
sccrint In time. Attendance, X12. beers!
SPu 0 2 10 10 0 lJ""
Milwaukee 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 03 X 1
Batteries rermsoa and Hurley: McMakla and
At Decatur Evansille X. Decatur L
At Hock Island Daxenport 3. ltock Island 0.
At Bloominston Bloommcton 7, Terra Hauts S.
At Jtockforil Cedar Itaplds S, Rockford Z.
Murphysboro. III.. July 11 Tfca Nebraska In
dians defeated the Murphysboro baseball team
here to-day score. 22 to 6. A dispute areas be
tween the umpire. Huch Bonham. of this city.
and an lndtan player and the latter attempted
tn ctrlke Bonham with a ball bat. Trs Indian
is in Jail.
Cllclon. Mo, July IL Cllnten ad Windsor
ball came: Clinton 1. Windscr 2.
I'axton. III.. July 11 Baseball at Lcda: Loda
2. Onaraa 1
Klrkuvlllt-. Ma. July 11 The KirksrUle Ath
letics were defeated here to-day by ths Center
vllle (Ia. Blues score. 4 to I Batteries: Atb
letlcs Heiald and Bradraw. Bices Hydon anl
Shelblna. Mo.. July IL Sfcelblna . Tarts 5. Batteries-McCall
and Gordon; Uronn anl Caw
lhorn. REPUBUC SPECIAL
Bnton. 111.. July 11 Baseball here to-day:
Benton 1. Mount Vernon 9.
3IcPIinC QUITS REDS.
Clncinnntl Mnnaser ReslRns Ban
croft Temporarily- In Charge.
Cincinnati. O.. July IL "King Bid" Mc
Plire Is no longer manager of the Cincin
nati Ited. Treasurer J. Ashler Lloyd gave
out this Information shortly after the noon
hour to-da and at the same time offered
Business Manager Frank C. Bancroft the
position as Iwnrh manager. Bancroft ac
cepted it temporarily.
That McPhee had no intention of resign
ing on Thursday was apparent from his
statements on the bench. He declared he
would be there when the season ended
despite th stories in circulation that he
would bo disposed of or would resign.
The new manager's first move was to -wire
to Pitcher Poole, recently released by Pitts
burg, accepting his terms and ordering him
to report Immediately. It -would not bo
surprising to hear any moment that Joe
Kelley of Baltimore had accepted Brush's
terms to manage the Beds.
Amotenr Leasee Games,
Three raroes in the St. Louis Amateur Baeba!l
"w arc ii-ruuicu iot inis axiemooa at sorest
l"ark. the first being a contest between the Bank
of commerce nine and the Clark Bros, team on ,
Triple A diamond No. 2. another a contest be
tween the Triple A Blues and tie Triple A Regu
lars en tlie home diamond, while a third will be
a meeting between the M.tlrr-Flaven team and
the Office Men on the High School diamond. Club
percentazes at nreent re- lianv , rvM....
1.000: Triple A Bice. .Ul: Office Men, .S71: Clark
fSiuI MtO? P nttuIat9- -MO. and Mlller-
Reporters to Play at St. Charles.
Manager Fenton will uke his St. Louis Re
porters itmto i-t..Chariea to-morrow to play the
strong bt. Charles Browns. The Reporters, -will
rune their crack pitcher. Gibson. In the box and
expect to give the Browns a good rams. Julr
x. ,ie.,25Pon'S. ""i"1, P'" ,th " Westerns
of Belleville. First-class club wishing rames
after that date will b accommodated. Address
James II. Fenton. No. 1417 North Fourteenth
Staanton Gun Shoots.
Staunton. I1L. July 11. The Staunton Gun Club
went to Morrisonville toSar. It was the second
cf a series three shoots with the club of that
place. iqs.uit n&a uic am uie contest ex
citing. Morrisonville wtnnma; from 'Staunton by
the close score of S ta Si. out at a. aculb'.e 125.
KILLED BY SCHNELL
Bill Was to Annul Ill-Gotten Privi
lege and Protect City's
SIX VOTES FAVORED THE PLAN.
Bills to Enact General Law to Gov
ern Operation of Street Cars
and to Establish Xew Li
cense System Passed.
The Gibson franchise-annulment Mil wW
defeated In the City Council by Mr. Schneu.
who was recently indicted by the Grand
Jury on a charge of malfeasance In ofuc.
The bill was lost, because one vote was,
needed for its passage, after Mr. Hoffmann
had voted against it. Mr. Schnell. who had
the deciding vote, voted In the negative.
President Hornsby and Messrs. Boyce. Gib
son. Hodges. Newell and Sheehan voted In
favor of it.
The bill Is kndwn as Council bill No. L
It was Introduced by Mr. Gibson at the
time when Circuit Attorney Folk disclosed
the details of the Suburban bribery deal,
-which Involved several members of tho
last Municipal Assembly.
As introduced by Mr. Gibson the bill pro
vided that franchises of whatever kind, ob
tained from the city through the corrupt
us of money or any other thing of value.
should cease . An amendment was made
with the object of protecting Innocent pur
chasers of franchises.
This amendment stipulated that Individ
uals or corporations that might procuro
franchises from the original holder should
not be bound by the law If they could prove
that they had, after conducting thorough
Investigations, not become aware of the '
fact that the franchise was procured 17
unlawful use of money or any other thing
Mr. Hoffman contended that the amend
ment practically nullified the purpose of the
bill and he voted in the negative. Mr.
Gibson replied that persons -who obtained
franchises, knowledge that the fran
chises had been obtalnei. by buying leg
islators, would be protec'i-d by the court,
and the modification was. therefore, essen
tial. He said he had consulted Attorney F.
N. Judson on this feature and Mr. Judon
expressed the same opinion.
No explanation was made by Mr. Schnell.
"When his name was called by Secretary
Mockler he answered "Xo" and turned his
chair about, Mr. Schnell was Indicted by
the Grand Jury on specifications that he
was Interested In a store which furnished
supplies to the city.
The Council had a busy session. The bill
proposing a general law to govern the
operation of street cars and the bill pro
viding for a license tax for street railways
of 1 mill on every 5-cent fare, in lieu of the
license of 123 a car. were passed and trans
mitted to the House of Delegates. The li
cense bill will Increase municipal revenue
about $120,009 a year.
Mr. Hoffman said he would not vote for
the bill to create the office of Street Rail
way Supervisor, because the duties would
be performed by a policeman or some offi
cer selected by the Mayor. The bill was
laid over until Tuesday.
Chairman Sheehan reported favorably the
bill prohibiting expectoration in street cars
and public places. It will go over for two
meetings, according to rules.
Mr. Horton Introduced a bUl to change
the name of Duncan avenue to Parkview
place, between Euclid avenue and King's
Highway boulevard. The bill granting a
franchise to the Inglesydejennings and Ben
Avis Rapid Transit Company was passed.
The bill empowering the King's Highway
Boulevard Commission to devise means for
converting Oakland avenue into boulevard.
from King's Highway boulevard to Mc
Causland avenue, was passed and sent to
the House. Captain Hodges said he is in
favor of having the commission make sug
gestions, but ho Is opposed to expending
money to make a read for the World's Fair.
CRICKET GAME TO-DAT.
Teams Selected by- Doctor Murray and
F. S. Roberts to Sleet.
Cricket teams selected by Doctor A. Mur
ray and F. S. Roberts will battle at Forest
Park this afternoon and all members are
expected to be on hand to secure all the
practice possible before starting en the
Canadian trip, August 9 to 20. The game
will start this afternoon at SJO.
Doctor Murray's team will consist of the
Reverend Edmund Duckworth. IL Clark.
J. Fletcher. A. E W'lleon. J. V. Hagmeler.
E. G. Opperman. M. IL Sharp, G. Fernley.
J. Asbby, A. Alexander. E. J. Marshall
and J. E. Hesse. Mr. Roberts' team will
include P. F. Dongal. F. W. Rntcllff. W. J.
Price D. SImpaon. C. Pishon. H. IL Darby.
H. Canfleld. U Clark, S. W Newhall. O.
Jones, S. Ledzer and P. Kingdom.
Championship Tennis Games To-Day.
Nlarara-on-the-Lake. Ontario. July IL Th
Canadian tennis championships were continued
10-day en the Queen's royal court- In the final
singles Beats Wright beat his brother. Irving
Wrlcht. three set to one. and will challnxe W
A lJtne-1 to-morrow for the championship The
final doubles will be played to-morrow, the
Wright brother playing E. P Fisher and It. G.
Hunt, and th championship rund In ladies
singles and the final m th men handicap wtlt
also b played.
Amatenr Baseball Sote.
Piatt & Thomburrhs defeated the MMcow
Mllls. Mn.. last Sunday by a score of to 2.
Charles Selby of No (29 Franklin avenue, man
ager of th P & T. team would Ilk to hear
from out-of-town teams desiring games.
Friedman Bros Atlantic defeated a strong
ricked nine last Saturday by a score cf It to
6. For games Saturday afternoon address Max
S. Friedman, car of the Friedman Sho Com
pany. Tne Golden Rods have reorranlzed. with A.
Stemfeis as captain, and would like to hear
frcm nlns wishing games.
The Unions -Alll play the Orphan Boys to
morrow at boring and Chouteau avenue. Fcr
games with th Union adlress William Bannon.
No. 2701 Chouteau avenue.
The St. Louis Marines hav open dates f?r
Julr 20 and August 2. Manager L. Jarrett of
No. 762 Bayard avenue would ilka to hear frcm
strong cut-of-town clubs.
The Bald Earlea will play th Skinner and
-Knnetr Juniors at Goodfellmr and Ta.tcn ave
nues to-morrow for the 13-year championship. For
sanies in inh via?" .uiuraa ji. diukxcii, ,ig, 4a
South Fourteenth street.
The Commodores would like to bear from all
teams in the 14 and IS jear class, and may b
addressed care of F. H. Coder. No. 214 Sjuth
The St. Louis Pastime will plar the Mer
chants' Exchanxe to-day at the C. B. r. cam
pus. To-morrow thy will play the Quick Meal
tor a o purse ai uis i-asume grotmas. Team
desiring game after Jnly 27 may address F. It.
Tic, southwest corner of Third and Flntr street.
The Skinner and Kennedy Junior would llko
to hear from teams In the 13-year ela for a
ram to-dy. Address F. J. Cummlngs. No. ltli
The U. F. Arsenals defeated tho DMman for
the seconi time by a score of 3 to 1. last week.
They would like to bear from the Arloss. Bel. a.
Victors or strong out-of-town teams, and may Tt.
addressed through Henry Esser. care cf the
United States Arsenal, at Second and Arsenal
The Kern hav reorganised for the season
and will Journey to Co.urabla. I1L. Sur'iy.
Manager P. It. Uunn cf No. I2C Locust str.et
would like to arrange games for July and
William Stuhlmaa would Ilk to 'cln seme
team la the II or IX year das as shortstop or
center fielder. He may b addressed at No.
1701 South Third street.
Manager Sid Winston cf the Holeomb. Mo
baseball team would ilk to hear from all first
das teams In St. Louis. Scuthera Missouri o
IUInoli. His team recently played a series wIJi
Jonesboro. Ark., and defeated the cln of that
place threa time straight, score standing 12.
JO and 7 in favor of Holeomb to . 0 and re
spectively rolled up by Jonesboro. Piker and
Dellsle and Toiler and Dellsie tarnished battery
Holeomb. ao. ceieatea Campbell. Mo
Wednesday by a score ol f to in the first of
a senes oi aunt
nea for the championship of South-
Silver Start will pay the Kaltwaaaers at
Grand and lAfayette avenues to-morrow.
Undectanns will go to Troy. I1L, to-morrow
to play the team cf that place. Manager Henry
Llndemsnn of Ninth and Chamber streets would
like to bear from good cat-of-t-mn tears de
j I niv
V. A. COOK, 31.
having stubborn cases are cordially Invited to consult with me. I make no charge for
private consultation, and give each patient a legal contract in writing to hold for my
premise Is it worth your while to lnestigatc a cur- that has made life anew to multi
tudes cf m"n?
Hrr 4 . One personal visit is preferred, but if you,
Mine 1 T"e3.LlllClir. cannot call at my oRice, write me your
"UiC liVCHltlvini hvmptoms fully My home treatment is
successful and strictly private. My counsel Is free and sacredly confidential. Address
W . A. G80K, E9. D., or Cook
First Regiment Highly Compli
mented by Reviewing Officers
Mock Parade Amuses Visitors.
Camp Wc'I. Montesano Park, July II
Brigadier General Clark of Butler, Mo.,
commander of the State militia, inspected
the First Regiment. N. G. II.. jesteniay
at Camp AVells. With h 1 staff he arrived
at Montesano at 0 o'clock in the morning.
Tho recitnent passed In review before him
and the ceremony of guard mount was per
formed In his presence. Tho appearance of
l.eu's boys was very nat and con
sonant with military regulations. Their
precision In the guard mount ceremony
attracted the General's especial attention,
and the troops participating; were hi;hly
praised by Lieutenant Colonel Holtcamp
after General Clark had left.
Captain Ljdon of Company II had rela
tives among the General's staff, whom he
entertained In his tent. Many of Lydon's
friends are expected down from St. Louis
Much of the time to-day was spent nt the
rifle range. The marksmanship of the
militiamen li steadily lmprrvinc. and tho
average scores made were con!!erably bet
ter than jesterday. The second battalion
In command of Slajor Marrtuan't. went
upon a practice march of seven miles this
morning. A longer inarch Is planned for
to-morrow. The men will R-ave at 3
o'clock in the morning ami net return un
til 2 o'clock In the afternoon.
The men of Company A. who captured
the flag in the shim battle, have now been
dubbed "Rumreys Indlani." probably be
cause of the rough-and-ready methods
adopted by thm to secure the colers. This
company entertained th hospital corps
and a few men of Companies E and F,
who helped them take the flag, last night.
A general good time resulted. During the
evening Captain Fcrrel. who commands the
hospital corps, and Lieutenant GIgnoux.
who commands Company A. In the absence
of Captain Horace Rumsey, were Invlfd to
a ride in wheelbarrows. They accepted,
and amid the cheers of the men. were
wheeled through ther company streets.
The regular "Colonel Scouco Parade."
which is a jarody on a genuine parade, took
place this afternoon when the excursion
boats arrived. The "Scoucers" elected their
staff officers and all the officers of the
regiment were ably burlesqued. Each com
pany turned out in full regaIIa."of Its own
cesign. "Rumsey's Indians" from the "lit
tles brave- to the. -big chiefs." wore
blanket? for uniform, and vrrre painted and
feathered In true Indian style. All cf the
other companle endeavored to make .the
parade as laughable as possible.
The "Soucer" officers chosen are) as fol
lows: Doctor Morris. Colonel; Color
Sergeant Grace, Lieutenant Colonel;
Corporal Trilby Meyer. Adjutant of the
regiment: Sergeant Crecellus. Major of the
First Battalion; Sergeant Brewer. Major of
the Second Battalion: Sergeant Shaw. Major
of the Third Battalion: Sergeant Roepke.Ad
Jutant of the First Battalion: Sergeant
Romansky. Adjutant of the Second Bat
talion; Sergeant Meyers. Adjutant of the
TREES AS COOLING AGENTS.
Tlipy Are Capable of Making a Ma
terial Reduction in Temperature.
-Many persons are In the habit of seeking
the shade of a tree as a means of getting
cool, but that is not the only power it has
of reducing the temperature. On tho same
principle that a lump of Ice will cool the
air around it. because 1L own temperature
Is uniformly about forty-five degrees; that is
y.OAJ 4I1C temperature 01 tne tree as a
j. inis 11 nine understood pcrnaps, but
It is a recognized scientific fact that Ft adds
much force to the argument in favor of
planting trees in cities. A clump of trees
is capable of making a material reduction
in temperature. Thi woods, therefore, arc
cool, not only because they are shady, but
because the trees are constantly lighting
oft the heat.
ANCIENT HUMAN REMAINS.
Bodies in Egypt Were Preserved by
Dryness of Atmosphere.
Human remains recently unearthed at
GIrga. Egypt, consist of a continuous series
extending backward over at least y.OOO
years. The bodies are so well Dresened.
onlng to the dryness of the atmosphere. In
tne region ana to tne penection of inter
ment, that not only can the hair, nails, the
ligaments, be made out. but also the mus
cles and the nerves. In almost every case
the brain al-o Is preserved, and the climax
has been reached In two cases where the
eyes, with the lens in good condition, are
present. There are now unearthed a series
of later prehistoric graves ranting through
out the first fifteen dynasties, others of
the eighteenth and jet others of the Ptol
emaic and early and recent Coptic periods.
CA TA RRH
The treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic and astring
ent washes, lotions, salves, medicated tobacco and cigarettes
or any external or local application, is just as unreasonable
and senseless as would be kindling a fire on top of the pot
to make it boil. True, these give temporary relief, but the
cavities and passages of the head and the bronchial tubes
almost immediately fill up ajvain with mucus.
Taking toM is the first step towards Catarrh, for it
checks perspiration, and the poisonous acids and vapors,
which should pass- off through the skin, arc thrown back
upon the mucous membrane or inner skin, producing inflam
mation and excessive flow of mucus, much of which is
absorbed into the blood, and through the circulation reaches every part of
the system, involving the Stomach, Kidneys and other parts of the body. "When
the disease assumes the dry form, tlie breath becomes exceedingly foul, blind
ing headaches are frequent, the eyes red, hearing affected and a constant ringing
in the ears. No remedy that docs not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh.
S. S. S. expels from the circulation all offensive effete matter, and when rich,
Stomach and digestion, but the appetite
under its tonic effects. Write us about your case and get the best medical advice
free. Book on blood and skin diseases sent on application. I
No Outtins. No Pain.
It matters not how long ycti have suffered from Stric
ture, nor how many different doctors have disappointed
ou. I will cure jou Just as certainly as you come to me
for treatment. I will not do it by cutting or dilating. My
treatment is new. entirely original with me. and perfect
ly painless. It completely dissolves the Stricture and per
manently remotes every tibstructlon. allays all inflamma
tion and swelling, reduces the prostate gland when en
larged, cle.in-s and heals the bladder and kidneys when
irritated or congested. Invigorates the c.rgans and re
btorc health ami soundness to every part of the body
affrcled by the disease.
1 also cure to May cured VARICOCELE. STRIC
TURE. CONTAGlOrS BLOOD POISONING, NERVOUS
DEBILITY and all associate diseases and weaknesses of
men. To those maladies alone I have earnestly devoted
ttrentv-ttiro.. at the !st ears of mv life. Physicians
610 OLIVE ST.
ST. LOUIS. MO.
A Simple Way lo Cure Any Drunkard
Aitnst His Will.
By using the new odorless and tasteless
remedy which ! placed In the coffee or
food any drunkard can be cured. Anyone
can use it without the drunkard ever know
ing it. Il docs its work so silently and sure
ty mar. wauo tne
devoted wife, sister,
daughter or mother
looks on. the drunk
ard Is cured, even
against his will.
Every person who
has a loved one who
Is a slave to drink
ought to give them
this remedy at once.
Mrs. Samuel Boyd
says: "With Golden
Specific I cured my
MRS. SAMUEL EOTO.
husband of drinking.
I put it In hit coffee and after that he coufd
not drink liquor or bear to be where he
could smell It."
Write to Dr. J. W. Haines. 3S7 Glenn
building. Cincinnati, O.. and he will send
you a free trial package which will show
you how simple it is to use and how posi
tive is Its cure.
Full-sized boxes of Golden Specific are
for sale in St. Louis by Wolff-Wilson Drug
Company. Sixth and Washington avenue.
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TT Rj TlUr. nraDaa-rsSab-
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ALFONSO AND THE CIGARETTE.
How the Youthful King Discov
ered a Faithful Subject.
An amusing anecdote about the young
King of Spain Is going the rounds at Ma
drid, says the London Globe. The King
went one evening to see the Prince of Af
turias. who was in command of the Palace
Guards, and asked for a cigarette. This
being forbidden, the Prince refused, say
ing: "Your Majesty, the guard Is not per
mitted to smoke." Alfonso addressed hlm
rclf to another officer, and received a sim
ilar reply. He then walked to a private and
sail sharply: "Give mo a cigarette." The
soldier replied: "I have no cigarettes, but
if vou like to make one here are paper and
tobacco." Thereupon his Majesty turned to
tne i-nnce ox inn .Asiurtas ana remarked:
"Well. I have found some cne who obeys
Cherokee Leader Dies.
Vlnlta. I. T.. July 11 Andy Hyder. a
prominent full-blood metpber of the Chero
kee National Council- died last -ale-he it his
home in the SDavinaw country. Hyder was
a Baptiu minister and prominent leader of
the full-Mood Cherokees. Chief BulBnzton
issued a proclamation this evening ordering
a successor to Mr. Hyder to be elected In
Delawaro District on August 7, the date
the vote win be taken on the ratification of
the Cherokee treaty.
Evansvllle. Ind.. July IL Miss Alma
Blrcher and Mr. Edward Bauer of Tell City.
Ind., were married in this city to-day. The
groom is In the milling business.
An American Killed la Mexico.
REPUBUC SI'ECIA U
EI Paso. Tex.. July XL An aged Ameri
can book agent. F T. Willis, was killed
at Bacerac. Mexico, by Lazaro Zoziya.
whose house he visited. Zozaya fired two
bullets through Willis's head. He was ar
rested and taken under a strong guard to
the Opostra JaiL
1VARD AXD DAVIS ARE DEATES.
"Wrenn Brothers Too Mach Xor
New Tork. July IL The national doubles
champions. Ward and Davis, were beaten
to-day by the Wrenn brothers In the ten
nis tournament on the courts of the West- I
Davis was very wild and erratic making
a brilliant shot and following with poor
work that lost his side the match. The
Wrenns gave an extraordinary exhibition
of team work.
Little and Alexander were no match for
the steadiness of Whitman and Ware.
Round Robin Doubles R D. Wrenn sad O. L.
Wrenn, Jr.. teat It. Ward and D. P. Davta.
i-2. S-4. l-. 1219.
M D Whitman and L. E. Ware beat R D.
Utile and F. B. Alexander. -. -0. t. t-i.
St. Pnol Harness Races Close.
St. Paul. Minn.. July 11. Th baraess race
here came to an end to-day. All of th -esta
were well contested Results:
222 class, pace, purse HO1)-Angus Ob So. b.
C. tOampler). won In straight beats. Time
2:14Vt. 2:im Uncle. John. Bess! Ro.Vyxole.
Fossle O.. Nellie Bly. Grasshopper. Cnlnasull
and Elsie Oh So also start-d.
2:2X class, trotting, purse 11.000 Artots. b. ra.
(MfLaughiln). won in straight heal. Time
2:15. 2:l7"i. Hambert, Black Lady. Ava Ja.
Ladr ScsltAPrtnce Allan and Ansellta alio
kj arTv urixixu fui-a uaijr -,
V atteV-T-TN S.'a. llaift rgiaVjT-ta 1 Laf ! sal hrarT'slbt
tv U iJ
pure blood is again coursing tnrongh the body the
mucous membranes become healthy and the skin active,
all the disagreeable, painful symptoms disappear, and
a permanent, thorough cure is effected. S. S. S. being
a strictly vecetable blood Durifier does not deran-re. the
and general health rapidlv improve
SPECIFIC CO.. AtZata, Ctk.
GREATLY REDUCED COST.
The Republic Enables You to Save One
Half of Your Life Insurance
The Repuba: has arranged with the Provident Savings Life Aissrancs Society of Netr
iTork. ons of the leading old-line life Insurance companies, to furnish Ufa Insurance at a
greatly reduced cost. Under the new plan The Republic enables policy holders to save
half the premium on every policy icsued. so the ccst of carrying the policy is reduced
one-half. A comparison of the rates paid under this new plan with the generally current
rates charged by the lndtutrlal companies will make the advantages offered by The Re
public apparent to any one. Subjoined are the Cgurts.
Comparative Table of Rates Monthly Payments
From One to Five Policies Inclusive.
PROVIDENT SAVINGS LIFE
AND REPUBLIC PLAN.
Pram. Prem. Prem. Prem. Prera.
Per Per Per Per Per
Age. Mon. Mon. Mon. Mon. Mon.
13c 20c 30C 18c EOc
31 5 ears
3 75 S110 3235 J37S
7 1(3 22 2DC 370
72 lit 215 2S3 S3)
71 II! 212 2St 355
7J 140 210 2S0 xa
O 1 3J7 276 345
7 334 Ml IIS 333
64 132 ISi 2-: 330
6S 1M 1S5 2S0 32S
64 123 132 25-5 330
63 IIS 153 252 315
62 121 is :;s 310
CO 120 11 240 300
59 113 177 23-! 235
ES US 174 232 230
56 112 163 22( 230
E5 110 1J5 220 273
...... M 30J 1S. 215 270
2 104 155 2JS 2fi0
51 193 153 3X 255
a 100 150 2CO 250
43 91 147 195 215
43 141 192 20
...... 47 91 lit 133 225
41 93 13S 13t 30
45 V) 135 ISO 23
41 SI 132 174 22)
43 U 129 172 215
43 St 12S 26 210
41 82 123 1 205
43 S3 130 191 209
SS 7S 114 15! 130
33 73 103 144 ISO
35 70 IK lO 175
..,.. 34 B IB 115 ID
32 64 W 13 1
SO 60 120 159
29 U S7 IIS 115
S3 5 . SI 112 140
25 E2 73 134 130
3 DO 75 1M 115
24 41 72 SS 133
23 41 65 S3 110
21 42 a 84 103
20 40 6) SO 100
30 40 60 SO 100
...... 11 33 87 75 S3
31 35 84 72 90
37 31 51 61 S3
17 SI 81 O S5
IS 32 43 64 0
The above amounts In fuU lratsedlats bta- 1
tflt frcm delivery of pclley. I
How the Saving Is Made.
The "Republic saves half of every premium under Its new plan of life insurance, be
cause Us methods cut down the ccst of getting and carrying policies. This is accom
plished by dlxpsniter entirely with an expensive force of Insurance solicitors, collectors,
managers of oCesa. etc. The Republic's regular force of subscription canvassers and
collectors attend to this work, thereby saving half the cost of administration. This Bai
jng is effected for the benefit of the policy holders. It is a large economy produced by the
application of modern methods ef organization and system. The policy holder gets the
srtcli benefit, so the Insurance premium Is cut down CO per cent.
Some Unusual Advantages.
"The 'ProTldMit Savings policy provides for payment of the fuH amount of insurance
from th very beginning of the policy term. In the case ef policies for small amounts.
Issued by other companies, there Is only a partial payment la case of death dnrlnx thf
first ysar cf the policy. This policy calls for fuU payment at once, even if death occurs
th) day after the poUcy la delivered.
Cash surrender values are allowed under the policy after the first three years. Qsa
crslly the holders of policies fsr small amounts can get a cash payment on surrender t
policy only at the end of fifteen or twenty years.
The PoUcr holder has to pay no fee for medical Tsraftratlon. his entire outlay being
-eovtred by the monthly premiums; and ail the arrzsgement-i for effectlEg pcUdex tare
fceaa roads as fT,' s It I VossJsIb to xsaks them.
About the Provident.
The Provident Savings Life Assurance Society ranks among the strongest aaS text
life Insurance companies In America. Its business policy la safe, conservative ana wisely
progressive. It Is because of thexa facts that It has be-ea solected by The Repubtlo to
carry out the sew Insurance plan. Double protection Is secured where a newspaper, witij
a record of successful and continuous publication for nearly a century. Is connected with
th insurance contract.
Th Republic could sat afford to offer life Insurance unless It knew the company
srritlcg th policies to be absolutely sound and unquestionably responsible. It unhesi
tatingly commends the Provident Savings Life Asrance Society; commends it sot only
upon the basis of th business stattment the company makes public, which is given else
where, bat upon th basis of th more minute and detailed statement submitted usdsr
oath to th Missouri Stat Superintendent of Insurance, and finally, en the basis of th
UBjcdsad cvrUflcaU given by Honorabl C P. Ellerbe of St. Louis, late Missouri Sup-tr-intssdent
ef iEsurmsc and a specialist of national reputation In all matters relating t
C. P. KT.T.-CRBE.
r Attorney and Counselor at Law.
OS Wainwrteht Bldg.
BL Louis. June Hto. 19C&
Publishers. Otcrgs Knapp & Co.. City:
Gentlemen In rupessa to your lstxelry. I beg to say that since Its orgaaliatlia I
hav been mors or less familiar with the business, and condition cf th Provident SaTtars
Life Assurance Eoeiety of New Tort
RecesUy I mads careful Inquiry Into its affairs and as e, result of xsy lnveatlgiiioa
Z am entirely satisfied as to the standing of the company. Its financial condition, th core
rsctcess of Its business methods and Its ability to carry out Its contracts.
, Tours very truly. C. P. ELLKRBE.
PROVIDENT SAVINGS LIFE ASSUR
STATEMENT JANUARY 1st, 1902.
BiKns far Pillsj lol.srs . $-4-,i30, 313, OO
The Provident Savings Life Assurance So
ciety has paid to policy holders, including
amount now held for their benefit,
The new plan is open to all. Complete Information
will be furnished any one. Call at The Republic office
and ask for an application blank, or drop a postal and
a representative will visit you at your home or place of
THE REPUBLIC SAVES YOU HALF
t OF EVERY PREMIUM.
Prem. Prem. Prern. Prem. Prem
Per Per Per Per Per
Age. Mon. Men. Mon. Mon. Mon.
22 43c 5c S7c 108o
115 232 3343
112 224 335 S44S
IDS 21S 324 432
103 KS 309 412 1515
1C0 2tJ 39) 40) 600
94 IsS 232 376 470
82 181 276 35S 450
13 Hi K J!J (i
97 174 2al 343 435
54 163 252 338 429
i2 164 245 S2S 410
SO 1J0 240 320 400
7S 155 234 312 t
75 15! 225 204 JJ0
71 143 222 25 370
72 114 215 233 S60
71 142 213 2S4 S55
63 133 207 27S S45
67 134 201 263 335
65 132 133 264 S3)
61 US 192 255 S30
C2 121 1S 243 813
CO ICO ISO 240 JOO
59 113 177 22S 235
57 114 in 22S 2SS
55 110 163 220 TS
...... 54 1CS 162 216 270
52 1M 155 33 2
50 1C0 160 ST) JS0
...... 49 53 in ISC 245
47 94 141 133 235
45 9) 135 ISO 325
44 SS 132 176 220
42 S4 IK ISS 210
i 41 S2 122 164 203
...J. 39 7S 117 US 193
33 75 114 152 190
37 74 111 ItS 1S5
25 70 105 140 175
31 -S 302 13S 170
22 64 SS IS 180
31 62 93 134 155
20 o 50 IS) 150
3 E6 4 113 14
27 64 H 108 135
25 52 73 ftt 130
23 80 75 100 13S
23 45 63 92 115
22 44 65 S3 119
One-fourth only of the above amounts
payable If death occur within six calendar
months from date of policy.
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