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THE REPUBLIC: STUEDM, MERCS 7, 1903.
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BIG KILLING ON R0SSANN0.
Backed From Forties to Fours in a
Hurry Arnold's Stable at
2vew Orleans Sold at
New Orleans, La., March C The most
tiotable demonstration of the meeting oc
curred to-day, when the Judges at the Fair
Grounds placed Bondage first and Safeguard
second In the. first event.
Bondage was a heavily plaved favorite,
?whiIo Safeguard was backed by Griflln and
tils connections at 5 to L Safeguard led Into
Xhe stretch by two lengths. In the run
boms. Bondage, on the Inside, sradually
TWore him down, but did not seem to quite
'get up. To almost every one on the grounds
.at looked as If Safeguard had won by a
'short head. The crowd jelled and hooted
aond hissed, but their noise was of no avail.
The winner belongs to James Arthur, who
lias always been a stanch supporter of the
meetings here, and some envious persons
claimed there was no chance for Arthur to
set the worst of It In a tight fit. Presid
ing Judge Simmon's when questioned, sold
'Bondage won by a head. Of course, tho
delusive angle here plajs a part, as the
Tlnlshlng line Is at an acute angle with the
srrand stand, thus always giving the Inside
lions the advantage, as viewed from the
jgrand stand. But In this Instance the pub
JJlo discounted the angle. They were
, iwrought up for a few minutes to u riotous
-tpolnt, but cooled down. The reporters who
Snake the form charts all called Bondage
James Robertson's Rossanno, backed from
-. flash of 40. to 4 to 1, beat Hildreth's Cen
ter easily by two lengths In the handicap.
SCensor was Interfered vvlih and shut off two
Sox three times.
, The Brown Monarch was much the best
Hn the 2-year-old race, winning easily from
Xhe favorite, Corriran's Aria. The Brown
Wonaroh ran like a good one, and Is Im
proving. yip"" "W. won the second race In a drive
by a head from Versifier. Josette was best,
but Schilling was of no help to her. He got
Shut off. took the stretch turn wide and
(hen floundered ail over the mare.
Irving Mayor won the fifth as he pleased
' from Locochee. Joe Collins, heavily played,
third, while Santa Teresa was backed, un
Intho batting and ran that way.
HUdreth bid the wiser up to $600 and cot
Swordsman won the last handicap. 8. G.
2Iorton has sold Silver Fringe to J. G.
lOlass, a Denver turfman.
Arnold & Co.' horses that have been rac
ing hers. Including Flintlock, were sold In
Ahe city this morning at auction. Most of
Xhem were bought In for Receiver Gayle..
Barney Schrelber's horses were shipped
Ttonfght to Little Rock.
After the races Ulldreth returned Irving
Mayor to J. 35. Brown. Re also returned
disaster, which he .claimed yesterday, to T.
j". Robinson was suspended pending Inves
tigation of tha running of Bosanco.
weather clear: trade heavy. Summaries:
Slrst raca, mil Bondac. IK (Bobbins), 9 to
0, won; Safeguard. 103 (Qeumon), & to 1. second:
licy Mistake, 100 W. Hicks). to I. third.
Tim. l-JSB-S. Prtnoa Eurene. Wbasgdoodle,
Btocssny Xann and Madenla. also ran.
Beoond race, nv furlong Miriam W., 95H
VHaaok). I to X won: Varainr, 103 (Foley), 4 to
seoond: Jomtt. 110 (8. Hilling). 11 to 6. third.
Time, 1:06. TOpeey Over. Suburban. Quean, Hide
and Sack, Wilton, Shot Proof acdMatallda also
Third no. J-year-olds, four furlongs Th
'Brown Monarch, 104 (Llolaej), 2 to 1. won; Arlo,
104 (Qaanoo), 9 to 10. second; Circulator. 104
iPollocx). JO to 1. third. Tuns. -M. Bird Pond.
lOra MoITInner. Slat dm sod Lady Hay aim
IfWrrth race, handicap, seven furlongs Roman
ian, us (Robertson), I to 1. won: Censor. 13) (Ful
ler), 1 to t, ootid: Farmer Jim. 109 (O'Neill), t
o 1. third. Time. 134 8-5. Fon Spray. Amlgari.
IgTaeas and Marts m also ran.
yifUl race, selling, mil and three-sixteenths
Siring Mayor. 106 (Mnnro), 7 to 2, won: Looo
Vnhaa, 1M (O'Neill). I to 1, second; Jo Collins.
IS(Otle), U to 1 third. Tune, 2:11. Santa
Til lea. Flort a. Kit EcrlMton, Right Bower
Mai Great Star also ran.
J Blxth race, selling, mile and thr-lxteenth
i swordsman. 107 (W. mora), wioi. ma:Moi,
.vw luaanonj, u w a, seoona; iimmuij unci.
lunaveyj, uni. uura. nine, is. thanes
Accolade. Georgia Gardner, Simoon and
lo waup tuo ran.
TO-DATS NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES.
Tint race, aelllng. one mile:
Polly Blxby .a 10S
Nettle Urgent 104
Dodl B. 101
Second race, puree. Ave and one-half rurlonra:
XMnjU BeU Ill
Kack Ford 110
Henry of Franam'r..ll0
Our Ladj- 1W
1JIM Aubrey 108
Katie Olbbocs 10S
Third race, aejllng. mil and oic-lghth:
Peat UOlZazel 10
iataor. 104 Falee lad S9
The Way lMlRuby Rav 92
POompaee Ml'Wnndftllch .'.. M
Fourth race, eweepetakea,
mnlle and one-quarter;
arranted .12tMajor Manslr 110
non i9i iTvarsnal Nell 102
dor Tennr lOZIJeael Jarboe t(
, cnanc lOfilEme .a
Bt. Tunmur IOC
Fifth race, purse,
handicap, three-quarter of
ara Frank Foster.
Idy Winkle 9J
John Coulter 98
lint ana True
Sixth race, purn, one mile:
Star Oner 102
gtruttoa n 102
.WaUdne Overton H
Mm. Frank Foster.
Eerenth race, three-quartcra of a mile:
peter Duryea -
Ixrd Neville .
105l8Iter Kate II....
Flve pounda apprentice allowance claimed.
Weather cloudy; track heavy.
NEW ORLEANS SELECTIONS.
JLT.Qjlon- 1-. March 8. Selections:
Flrrt Race Nettle Regent. Choice. Chorus Boy.
Second Race Clorltta, Ilcnrr of Fraateamar.
Jhl3 B rt. The Way. Latson.
SverS2LaC- ""' tnr' Je,' Jarboe,
tRace-Tancred. Mra Frank Foster. Right
Sixth Race Moderator. Than. Mauser.
CLOSE) FIOTSHKg AT QAKLAAD.
Dentschland, at Lona- Odds, Watsj Only
Beaten a. Head.
San JYanclsco. March C Close finishes
marked the racing at Oakland to-dav. The
weather was One and the track heavy.
la the six and one-half furlongs handi
cap Deutschland. a 100-to-l shot, led most
1 Want Mm VWkMm a.
Clcted with any dleeiaai
(wcullar to the male an
to call on a personally,
rwrlt to me.and Iwia
explain to htm my teeth
a of curiae these Iaeaa
t. Z invtt In particular
all men who have become
alasaUened with treat-
ment elsewhere. I will
aamonarrata to your en
tire saUatacUon why I
can cur tuu Derma-
A CaOtTAXltTT at X CCTUB Is what yom
want. I bav to much conadrac In my treat-
nant that I un wltllur to
VrrHonr one dollar in
I an, rurulM f nitua, lnran seMllt,
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Ciorus Boy 103
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Of Chicago, who will meet Harry Forbes In ICanias City March H or 17.
of the way. and was beaten only a head by
Princess Tltanla, the favorite.
The Waterhou;e Cup. at two andia qutr
ter miles, will be the feature of to-morrow's
sport. Nones. Cunard, SIddons end
Colonel Ballantyne wfll go to the post.
Weather clear; track heavy. Summary:
First race, six forlonirs. selling Pupil. IDS (W.
ualdo). 2 to 1. won: HandDress. 10S tBonner).
6 to 1. second: Greenock. 1U (Kelly). 11 to L
third. Tlmo. 1:17. Ramesla. Formero. Cambac
eres, Anxla. Arabamohala, Lou Clledcn also
Second race. seven-alxteenUn, r-yearKlds.
maidens, purse unitary Man. Ill (Jenkins). 6
to 1, won; Rowena, 110 (Boland), 5 to 2. second;
Llbble Candll. 110 (Kelly), 15 to 1. third. Time,
::V Amberlta, Ethel Abbott, Oro Rose. Pa
chuna. Jack Morgan. Lady Laurie. Maxotna.
Forest Fire. Forua, Celebrant also ran.
Third race, si furlong, selling Lansdowne,
101 (Donner). even won: Ripper. M (W. Waldo),
3) to 1. second; Marlneiue. 107 (Boland), I to 1.
third. Time. 1:16U. Arthur Ray, Phil Archi
bald. Blondura. Educate. Idoco. Padalla also
Fourth race, thirteen-sixteenth of a mile,
handicap Princess Tltanla. 103 (Blrkenruth). S
to I. won; Deuuchland. 3 (Wilson), 43 to 1,
second: Beau Ormonde, 110 (Frawley). 2 to 1.
third. Time. l-215i. Nlirette. Bottanr also
Fifth race, seven furlongs, selling El Fone,
10S (W. Waldo). 10 to 1. won: Rose of Mar. 103
(Bonner). 2 to L second: David S.. 103 (WaJer
burr). 12 to 1. third. Time. 1:M HlDPorax.
Chouteau, Platonlus. Larry Wilt. Miss Remsen,
Velma Clark also ran.
Sixth race, one and one-eighth mlle, selling
Oreyflelda. 1CS (Jenkins), to 1. won: Lode Star.
109 (Boland). 2 to 1. second; Canejo. 103 (Adklns)
12 to 1. third. Time. 1.57U. Gold One. Dagmar,
Ijrchln. our cotton, &uneiio. uiia aiso ek
First rare. Futurity cours.
Idr Gallantry IS Buck Tailor loo
Father Wentker 107 Little Margaret 93
Belle Street 97 tommy Knight S3
Nullah 10! Alice Carey . 91
Modicum i 9 Educata 98
M. F. Tmrpey 508 El Pilar 102
Snare 87 San Lulton 104
Gibraltar -Ill .
Second race, halt mile, aelllng. 1-year-olds:
Elizabeth E. ItC
Silent Water ST
Florlanna Belle 97
Third race, six furlongs, selling:
,. 901 Tower of Candles .
Fourth race, two miles and a quarter, Water
Cunard 117 iNones US
Rio Shannon to leiddons 108
Colonel Ballantyne 95 I
Fifth rece. one mile, handicap:
Flush of Gold .
.....104 .Grafter ..
.... 99 'Dunblane
Sixth race, one mile and a sixteenth, celling:
San Francisco. March C Selections:
First Race Nnllah. Father Wentkcr, Gibraltar.
Second Race Planet.Cayucoe. Silent Water.
Third Race Tower of Candles, Mexicans, Hua
chuca. Fourth Race Cunard. SIddons. Rio Shannon.
Fifth Race Dunblane. Baxklylte, Grafter.
Sixth Race Sea Lion. Antelope. Autobiography.
Trains leave Union Stat!on..l2:S21:2S2.0S3:52
Stop at Washington ave 1:00 1st! 2.16 3.09
Returning, 4:11. 5:15. 5:43. 6:17.
MAXV FOOLISH TURF MAXIMS.
Jos. A. Murphy Recapitulates Truisms
Which Often Go Wrong.
"What a lot of fool so called turf "max
ims' there are," said Joseph A. Murphy, the
racing Judge, yesterday. "One Is A first
class horse can run on any old track.'
"Imp could not run a lick in rnud. Velther
can Advance Guard. What did Bowling
Brook do to Hamburg In mud? Yet they
are all first-class horses.
"Another maxim Is 'Never play steeple
chases. They are all fixed.' Statistics show
that more favorites have won over the
jumps In the past ten years than have on
the flat The touts say that there is no bet
ting on steeplechaslng. Down East there
are men who will bet ten tlmes.ns much on
a steeplechase as on a flat race.
"You have got to have money to beat the
races. You cannot do anything on a 2
note,' Is a third fool maxim. There have
been many men who ran a II bill :nto the
thousands. Joe Yeager, PIttsbnrg I'bll,
Whltey Langdon, A. L. Aste, all ran ,12
bills in untold sums. Of course, 1,000 people
go broke for the tins "who ddes this, tnt'it
occurs often enough to k'nock 'the maxim
" 'You cannot beat a s stem. No success
ful bettor ever placed a system,' la an
other. Systems are all right. It is the man
who lacks nerve to stick to them that It
wrong. Men olwajs deviate from their sys
tem when winning or losing. When Lord
Rosslyn produced his famous break-the-banlc
system Pat Sheedy said It was fault
lees, but offered to let the Lord bet him at
it. 'He will forsake it when he loses a few
bets,' said Sheedy. They all. do. If He
sticks he win break me. I am wllllns to
bet he will not stick.'
" 'Let a bookmaker stick to his percent
age and he cannot lose' is another. Many
a good bookmaker has gone broke trying to
skin out a small percentage every day;
" 'Beginners and those who know noth
ing always win' is another maxim. Not 1
per cent of beginners start a winner. Nine
ty per cent of beginners go broke to their
bank roll first day out. Of course, men who
never saw a race before will pick a long
shot, and win.
"Women loss harder than men," Is still
another mistaken axiom. Go home in the
cars after races and watch the men kick.'
bite nails, chew mustaches and accuse ev
eryone of cheating from Judges to rubbers.
Women never do such things, though when
papa loses a bet, mamma Is first to feel the
slckel of economy. Women get excited dur
ing a race, but you never hear them roar:
'Robber and thief afterwards.
"Always take the stake horse as against
tha plater, any way weighted' is one more
The handlcappers nowadays bring them all
to a level.-
" 'You w!U go broke playing Jockeys. Yet
there have been thousands made following
jockeys Uke Tod Sloan. Follow Redfern at
New Orleans this winter and see how you
w ould have come out.
" 'Do not play 2-year-olds' Is a choice or
der. Yet many big and successful bettori
make a specialty of 2-year-old betting, and
"'Do not take less than even money' Is
a favorite caution. Yet many big rolls have
been made betting on such horses.
'." 'Never play more than one horse In a
race la a truism, I have seen Pittsburg-
Phil placo three bets on three horses In a
race each for a certain place and cash all
'The"e are a few of the fool turf maxims.
The others are just as good."
KELLY TO MEET FORBES.
Johnny AVI1I Tie L'p With Dantam
'Champion at Kansas City.
That Harry Forbes Intends to keep busy
was evidenced jesterday by a telegram re
ceived by Jake Chaira. who Is handling
Johnny Kelly, offcrinsr the latter a match
nt Kansas City with rorbes at catch
weights The fighters are to receive 50 per
cent of the receipts, and Chalm thinks well
enough of the j reposition to send his man
on the trip. The bout is to take place March
Chalm is nlso advancing the claims of
George Shrosbree for a bout with the win
ner of the Kelly-Schreck bout next Thurs
day. Shrosbrto has been fighting semlnlnd
ups In Chicago with considerable success
and Is anxious to branch out and meet men
away from his home city. He la willing to
line up against any lZi or loo pound man.
In a letter Shrosbree states that 15S Is his
best weight and that he would like to do
this weight, ringside, against the winner of
the coming fight. George Block, the local
welterweight. Is anxious to fight any one,
Philadelphia Tommy Ryan preferred, and a
match seems reldy to. his hand In this In
stance. Charles Haughton of the West End
Club. Is considering the advisability of put
ting them on In a preliminary or seml
wlndup. .Shrosbree Is a brother of Al Shrosbree, for
a, long time one ot the best middle weights
froduced In Chicago. He- Is now working
the press department of a Chicago news
iper and wishes to branch out In the pu-
llstlc line. .
Following the- announcement In yester
day's Republic that Syracuse Tommy Ryan
intended to retire from the ring and assume
the boxing tnstructorshlp of the Missouri
Athletic Club, President Marmaduke of tho
institution announced that details were
practically concluded for Ryan's encase
ment, and that he was expscted to preside
at the gvmnaslum as Soon as the club
"We had not Intended to announce tha
matter until every arrangement was com
plete," said he, "but as tho matter has now
been published, I will state that Ryan Is
practically certain to be our boxing teach
er His terms, as mentioned in a letter to
Mr. Gensllnger. rro entirely satisfactory,
and I believe that It may be announced as
certain that we will use film.
"We have started work on the club, and
the contractors are getting the arranzfr
ments along In great tharxj. We expect to
have the quarters in shapo by the 1st of
Abe Attell and Eddie Toy axe to meet In
a twenty-round bout In San Francisco
March 12. This Is surely a typical "case of
a "brotherhood" battle. Toy was under At
tell's charge when he fought In this city,
and the two have been stablemates Rnd
sparring companions for months. If the San
Franciscans will stand for this bout, they
are easily pleased.
The outcomo of the affair can easily bo
predicted. Toy cannot hope to defeat At
telL even with the best of luck, and tha
result In consequence Is certain. The bout
has probably been carded to fill a vacant
week In the club's programme.
Hugo Kelly, who has been laid up with
a sore throat for somo time past, li now
back In good shape,, as he started work yes
tetrday. He was on the road for a run yes
terday morning and took up his gymnasi
um om yesieraay aiternoon. He will take
a run again this morning.
FOUI.. STRIKE I. FORCE.
American Iasrae Adopts Role After
New York. March ri rn,e American
League baseball rragnatrtf held their sec
ond day's session at tho Fifth Avenue Ho
tel to-day. For nearly three hours this
evening the magnates discussed the reports
of various committees and then adjourned
until to-morrow. The location of tho play
ing grounds In New York was not made
The major portion of to-daj's session was
spent In discussing the report of the Rules
Committee. Rule No. 44, relating to foul
strikes, held the magnates in a heated dead
lock for two hours, but the report was
finally adopted by a split vote, 4 to 3, B. F.
Shlbe of Philadelphia refusing to vote.
..T!.1 .otes were taken acd considerable
speechmaklng was indulged In when the
eT, Smeu? cm the adopUjn of the re
port of the Rules Committee, consisl'rs of
w'22hK;JP'..P- S,h,e' Philadelphia; JJoftus.
Wa5 iiSon5.nd Bruce uC Cincinnati. The
Cleveland Chicago uid Boston magnates
opposed the adoption of tho rule, nni for a
long time the vote was a tie, Mr. Shlto
vctlng with this trio.
Finally Mr. Shlbe declined to vcte and
President Johnson, on a vote of 4 to 3. de
clared the rule adopted, and also the re
port of the Rules Committee as n wnc'iO
After the meeting President Klllilea of
"The feeling of the American League is
against the foul-strike rule, but we passed
It out of deference to the Rules Committee."
Asked to-night about the local situation
President Ban Johnson said:
"We are in New York safe enough, and
before the meeting adjourns announcement
will be mada letting the public know all
our plans. I can gTve no Information to
night." "WHIST PLAYERS' MOVEMENT.
Member of 'Women's Whim League
Wont Xext Congress in St. Louis.
Local members of the Women's Whist
League are endeavoring to arouse Interest
In a movement, now on fool, to have the
next 'Western Congress ot the league held
In St. Louis. The meeting of the national
congress Is set for 1906, and one meeting la
5e!!i ,ln .ih''-ry!(st Ior eacn two meetings
held In the East.
It is conceded that either St Louis or
Minneapolis will get the congress In that
year and women whist players of this city
are anxious that St. Lc.u!s should be
chosen. Mrs. H. G Noel, member of the
Governing Board of the Women's Whist
League, is. advocating the movement and a
special meeting will be held Wednesday
afternoon at 3 p. m. In the Llnmar building.
St. Louis Is well represented in the con
gress, many of the loqal clubs being affiliat
ed with that body. All members of local
clubs, besides Individual players, are In
vited to the meeting of next Wednesday.
Tho congress was held In Chicago last
WU Play With Sedallau
Murphysboro. 111. March .-Ed Brandon, "tha
such phenomenal ball for the Hl-Kl onranlia
HSL1 V"'.!4 J11""! With the Sedalla (Mo.)
r?mA"5.!,rtl.,..,"a,p.111 xba Missouri Valley.
SSJiS?i3S.,5? 2TV? season. His wife win
accompany nun to.SedaUa.
GRAHAM WICKHAM PRESIDENT.
Purpose of Organization Is to As
sist Racing Authorities in Pro
moting and Controlling
Amateur horsemen of St. Louis who have
the penchant for race riding which belongs
to all well-bred people, organized the Flor
issant Valley Bit and Bridle Club J esterday.
Graham Wlckham, a well-known gentle
man rider, who has won his spurs in moro
than one race, was chosen president. S.
Louis von Phul was elected secretary.
Other members present and so far elected
are: J. Will Bold. Hunter Dalton. J. C.
Dalton, John Force. Nat Bwlng. Houston
Force. Eugene Bartle, Paul Brown, Tudor
Wilkinson. I Van Studdlford. Clyde Ers
klne. II. K. Gavs and Louis Nolker.
The object of the club Is to exercise su
pervision over gentlemen's races run in
connection with the norlssant Valley Jock
ey Club, and to arrange lnter-city races
between genUemen riders. The cJub proba
bly will evolve Into a hunt club.
WANT TO RIDE- STEEPLECHASE.
Mr. Wilkinson suggested yesterday that
races be given for gentlemen riding their
own horses. This Is a sportsmanlike sug
gestion and worthy of encouragement.
Manager Murphy of the Florissant Jockey
Club said jesterday that he would rive it
full consideration later on.
A race for polo ponies probably wiu be
given at tho spring meeting, which the
Florissant Jockey Club proposes to give at
the Klnloch track. If the owners of the
track succeed In getting safely over their
The horses for gentlemen riders at the
spring meeting will be chosen or secured
oy tne racing association, xne riaeis wn
draw lots for mounts. Those who show
best form In local races will be chosen to
represent the city In Interstate races.
It may be said that the membership of
the club truly represents the gentlemen rid
ers of St, Louis. Mr. Van Studdlford Is
almost too good a rider to be an amateur.
Of Mr. Bartle the same may be said, and
both seem too young to properly come un
der the head of gentlemen riders. The true
type of gentleman rider Is thoroughly rep
resented in the Messrs. Ewlng, Wlckham,
Dalton, Wilkinson, Boyd and Von Phul.
There is scarce a doubt that Messrs. Van
Studdlford and Bartle are the best riders
In the club. In fact, as aforesaid, they
are really too good.
Without making any Invidious distinctions
It may be said that what the turf needs In
the way of gentlemen riders Is men of some
age, personal prestige and social prestige.
Boys who can ride are numerous as leaves
In Vallambrosa. They can outride men eo
far that It Is not fair to allow them to
compete In races for gentlemen.
Tor Instance, last year Mr. Charles Van
Studdlford said that Mr. U Van Studdl
ford. his nephew regularly galloped race
horses In their morning work. That
should about disqualify him. This club is
a good Idea, and it cannot bo too strict In
making regulations which go to protect the
matured business man who likes to ride
and whose name Is most useful to the
sport from competition from boys, who are
better riders because they have time and
opportunity to devote to It.
NEW CALIFORNIA TEAMS.
San Frstnclsco evnd Lou Ansreles CHoxm
In Northwest Leajrae.
Snokane. Wash. March 4. The Chronicle
states to-day that two new baseball teams
have been organized to enter tho Pacldo
Northwest League. One Is at San Fran
cisco and one at Los Angeles.
Tho proposltlonsi have been financed, tha
grounds secured and application made to
enter the league. Who the backers are Is
kept a secret, but It is asserted these two
teams will bo admitted unless the Paclflo
Coast League drops Portland and Seattle.
There Is a bare possibility that another
team or two in California may be admitted,
but this Is not probable.
Kins' Ilorao Defeated.
London. March $. Klnr Edward's Ambush II,
lils Malesty candidate for th Orand National
Steeplechase, to be run at Liverpool. March 17,
was defeated to-day In the race for the Orand
Military Gold Cud at the Bandown Park steeple
chase meet rr his stab! companion. Marpeasa.
The King went to the course In expectation of
seeing bis horse, which was a hot favorite, show
con&lderabl Improvement over his form at Kemp-
ton part when January si no waa unptacea in
the stewards' Steeplechase. Ambush, U. how
ever, waa only abl to run third out of four
Charles J. Strobel Dyinir.
Toledo O . March 6. Charles J. Strobel. owner
of the Toledo baseball team, and organizer of
Strobel's Band. Is dying at the Toledo Hospital
of typhoid fmer. Tho attending physician says
there 1 no hope, as the magnate la In a weak
ened condition, caused by constant worry over
the baseball situation.
McCUenney Arrives at Memphis.
Memphis. Tenn.. March 6 McCherjey. recent
ly purchased from Durnell & Herz by B. a
Sraathers. arrived to-day from New Orleans.
McChesnoy I a favoclt for tho Montsoinery
WILL FIGHT CANAL1 SUIT.
Illinois Officials Preparing Data
on Drainage Question.
Springfield, UL, March 6L An Important
conference will bo held at tho Grand Pa
cific Hotel In Chicago, to-morrow to de
vise plans for defense in the suit brought
by tho State of Missouri against Illinois for
the alleged pollution of tha Mississippi
River by the Drainage Canal.
There will be present officials of the Chi
cago Sanitary District, Doctor J. A. Egan.
Secretary of the State Board of Health, tha
Sanitary Engineer, Chemist and Bacteriol
ogist of the State Board of Health and At
torney General Hamlin.
The State Board of Health. Is In posses
sion of much valuable Information that will
bo given to the Attorney General to assist
him in his legal battle In the United States
TO PENSION OLD PROFESSORS.
Cornell University Deceives En
downment of $150,000.
Ithaca, N. T.. March 6. Announcement
was made to-day of a scheme for the pen
sioning of Cornell University professors'
who, lnaccordanco with the rule adopted
by tho, Board of Trustees last fall, will bo
retired after attaining tho aye of 70 years.
A fund of 1150,000 has been given the uni
versity for thU purpose, and this amount
will be placed at compound interest until
1914, when it will amount to C50.000. Each
professor retired will receive an annual
pension of 11,500, three-fourths of which
will be paid from the pension fund and one
fourth of which will bo contributed by tha
prdfessors. It Is expected, however, that
professors who reach the age limit before
1914 will also receive the benefits of the
Your old friend, Alpbonse suid Gas
ton, aad the others will be with us
asrala In to-xnorrow's (Treat Sunday
Republic In colors.
DEATH OF GEORGE W. DUNN.
Funeral Will Take Place Mondaj
From Family Kesidence.
George TV. Dunn, secretary of the-Thorn-as
Dunn Loan and Mercantile Company,
died Thursday at Vossburg. Miss., where he
went to recuperate.
Mf. Dunn was 43 years old and a brother
of Thomas Dunn, president of the company.
and James Dunn. Hlswlfe, Mrs. Ina Dunn,
survives him. Tho funeral will take place
Monday from the family residence. No. 4251
AnMinK f.llan n.An
check every drain
aulcklv restore you
- - ..
Yankees 8, Anchor 2.
Scores at the St. Louis Bowing CJub weral
Name. C. M. 1 1 (Tl. At.
Wlecltman . O 4l JO 14 J3
Illchter 15) ... 6 SI 1 T 60 ,3S B
Bleger fl) I 3 ) U tl 4t X hi 43 t-S
r: im raj 2ti ai rs as lis is 1&-&
CiM. 1 S 4 S Tl. At.
.... ti 1 i; a n m
iii.i it u h u a m is
h. vos oi:
)... 0 S 30 M W 81 41 ISO M
A o oj . .i ei : mv .-
0 11 W 3 63 CO 46 S 49 4-S
Totals rs)..; 165 1 ns t :ti ni ins ii-s
Iroquois 3. Mohican 2.
C. M. 1 I 1 4 5 TL
....... I a t) ii n
(1 44 S3 to U !( 101 40 1-S
.. SO 10 8) 3 SO liO M
SO U 63 13 tl tl 541 4J 2-S
Totals (19)-.1 1 231 W B SI 1? 10S 43 14-3
Name C. M. 1 2 S 6 T"l. At.
KlifeF'O - 3 37 I 42 3T 40 Z 41 1-S
Butt rr!..:. 65 4 oi a u 43 soz 40 s-s
Heln ft)..."... 65 21 It 10 42 S3 ISO !6
F. Schmidt (S). 9 3S 37 63 37 46 41 211 41 4-5
J. Schmidt...:. S IT 41 44 WJ2SS 47
Total ra)...42 20S H7 214 r 200 200 103T 41 12-25
Of&co Men 3, Olympian 3.
la a match on th Acme alley. Clark of the
Oraw Men' team mad k aoor of so In tne
concluding gam with th Olymplas. This total
has been mad on but few occasions this season.
omffi MEN. ,
Name. C. M. 1 2 3 S Tl. Ar.
isame. i -aj- i ,-
aS .:::.".:: i a a a 45 w bw
riSln 8 Z. t 63 44 41 IS S 61 4-S
.13 30 8 45 U 32 37 165 Si
. IIS 253 2S0 1SS 219 31 12H 50 22-3
a M. 1 2 2 4 S Tl. At.
10 M 46 61 61 37 31 46 1-5
a c ti ss m -s
..... t,.0O4T6S44323l44 1-5
..... 41 M 65 71 63 255 67
Total .. 28 102 2S 2a Ut 281 262 1286 5121-25
Local 3, Esclneero 2.
Boores on th Crencent alleys wer:
Name. 1 2 2 4 5 TL At.
Curtis 41 47 il 42 20 H5 41
oSrScha 2 41 65 4 41 2S4 44 4-5
rwSSrT .... 4 ) 41 46 67 232 45 1-5
Stephens 40 53 28 58 63 230 46
run v ......
F. WOlf ....
52 48 40 50 40 220 44
.....JM 228 Hi 224 221 1121 45 (-23
1 2 X 4 S TT. At.
......2$ IT 41 45 2( US 19 S-S
46 U H IS' 17 III 4-5
, 43 5 62 41 XI 213 48 8-5
38 44 47 56 4 228 45 2-S
S3 44 80 40 54 221 41 1-5
..211X21221228 2171101 41 t-25
WORLD'S FAIR. LEAGUE.
Centrals 3, St. Loots 2.
In th flrrt match for the roll-off for first place
In tha opening aeries of th World's Fair Leagu
the aoores were:
Nam. C M. 1 2 S t 5 Tl. At.
Beccer ,..10 17 51454942442224:2-5
Mall .. 7 20 43 58 41 31 236 451-5
Herman ....... 4r4634t6S42344S-5
C. Hollwer..... 7 1 U 3 K 1! 15 B lil-S
A. Hollvre;.... (12C5o04265H2606Z
.34 1106 221240 213 2301160 4610-35
Xam. CM. 1 2 3 K 6 Tl. At.
Bernard .. 8 16 34 63 4 47 60 238 47 4-5
Lang- ..11 17 5S 31 40 43 61 23. 441-5
Lattner ........ 1 20 12 48 40 51 43 231 46 1-5
Schmidt 4 31 SS 33 41 SS 47 201 40 1-5
U Joachim..-. 28 37 67 4 87 XI 210 43
i 112 7 22S 23 211 234 1102 44 2-2
Linton C, MalMoolrradts O.
Score on th 'World's Fair alleys:
C. M. 1 2 2 4 5 Tl. Av.
... S 85 35 44 42 41 32 184 38 4-J
27 47 43 45 49 II 215 43
35 XS 23 35 43 67 202 40 2-5
.14 17 31 60 44 36 47 211 42 1-5
.29 12$ 212 219 206 212 213 1063 42 11-25
Names. C.1L 1 2 3 4 5 TL At.
Fechter 4 4 31 28 35 42 65 ISO 27 4-5
Koesterm'ke . 3 35 41 45 49 36 SS 209 41 4 5
Tobenrto 8 34 38 63 36 37 41 203 40 2-5
Toen vkoetter . 6 44 33 88 42 41 31 191 23 2-5
FlJtKemeler 10 28 36 tl 43 41 38 1S5 39
Total ....20 187 m 199 204 204 203 9S7 89 12-25
MOU.ND CITY LEAGUE.
Delabars 3, Rial to 2.
Scores on the Crescent alleys:
Nam. C.M. 1 2 X 4 6 Tl.
H. S. Rein 7 12 45 55 49 66 5S 263 52 3-5
Nledrlngbaus . 4 16 63 66 50 t 53 271 54 1-5
Blight 12 21 S3 57 44 33 16 213 418-5
Llppelman . S 16 19 51 44 47 58 169 51 4-5
..i ii d i li u ai UH
.24 8S 229 268 224 261 268 1250
C. 1L 1 X 3 4 5 TL At.
.... 721.28436542 46 224 444-5
10 19 40 37 41 45 61 232 45 2-5
....... T12654343 46 75 2&63
Totals ..S2 9S2322192S92272ST12S4 60 4-25
Doablea 2, Elsrats 1.
Score at th Western Rowlnc Club went
B. &. 1 J X T"L At.
. 3 11 163 128 124 415 138 1-1
. X S 170 ltt 101 -452 160 13
1 7 150 157 144 461 YM J-J
.4 T 163 140 141 450 150
.6 6 128 165 158 461 150 1-3
Totals -... .16 38 780 770 663 2219 147 14-15
Name. B. B. 1 t 1 Tl. Av.
Zunutea- 4 15s 140 160 433 151
P. Koenbr 3 IS 113 148 121 291 127
Stllnhauscr 6 t 168 187 144 439 148 1-3
V,: Obert 5 IX 108 119 128 356 118 2-3
Helm 7 4 157 157 139 453 151
Total 23 46 629 701 692 20S2 13812-15
ST. LOUIS LEAGUE.
Primroses 3, Colaalals 2.
Scores on I'ueser- alley were:
Name. C M. 1 2 3 4 6 Tl. Av.
Relntz 7 It 55 53 70 47 37 262 52 2-5
Lepper S 10 40 67 68 58 64 267 53 2-5
BaflT 23 50 35 45 37 49 219 43 4-5
Orlffln 3 20 50 5 Xt 18 (1 24) 49 4-S
.Overman .14 1141416t404722S4Sl-5
powers complete avoiu iree prescriptions ana temporary stimulants, sets a usuus -u,v. ..-
a pjrmaTient restoration in from JO to SO days. , , .
We also Cure, to Stay Cured. Stricture I n 20 Days. Blood Poison In SO Days and all Vital Weaknesses and Diseases or s.e. ,
U n ITC us for a full description of your case if unable to call. Our perfect system of Home Treatment is always succeaWtu.
Hill C Hours: 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. Consultation and Examination Free. .
DRS. FRANCIS FRANCIS, "yaJR'S."
Tbtala . 41 T9 216 248 253 221 251 123 48 22-25
Name. C. M. 1 2 3 4 5 Tl. Av.
II. Glrwater.. 937436O603r35234S
Huso 8 23 49 44 43 33 63 226 45 1-5
Bamuels 9 26 41 39 45 43 62 223 44 3-5
AlflelS 3 13 63 41 61 60 47 241 48 1-5
Rlckerd ..-. 3 9C84652C26126968 4-5
Total ..-.F!?W2M 146 5 237110 4714-23
ST. LOUIS LEAGUE.
Schxurldta 3, Monarch O.
Scorer on th Grand alleys:
Name. 12 1 TL At.
Gore 122 in 143 446 148 2-3
Klein .- IS? Ml 504 168
Neuman 139 140 119 SSS 132 2-3
O-Hara ! 149 lfi 439 146 1-1
SmlS I7! 193 141 418 139 1-1
Totals to tw Ssiaol Tr.
Name. 13 3 TL At.
M?hler .....: "9 236 137 562 187 1-3
RrMkmeyer 1 ISO 129 428 1C 2-3
Oerhauser - 133 159 527 175 2-3
TOttSr".... .149-215 IM -623 "
vSH Si TiTMT U87-U
tn mnlrn on -.-, rt.. .... llt ...
on our vitality; Invigorate the wasted sexual organs; clear up the clouded pra '?"
to what nature Intended a. healthv and hanDV man. with physical, mental ana xuai
. ., .. .. - ..
CUBED TO STAY CURED FOREVER,
On account of Ita frightful h!deounes. Blood Polsonlns; la commonly called th Klsr
of all Diseases. It may b either hereditary or contracted. Once the system I talntaa wiui
It. th disease may manifest Itself in the form of Scrofula. Eciema. Rheumatic Palna. BtlH
or Swollen Joints. El-uptlons or Oopper-Co.oreJ Spot on the Face or llody. Utile ulcers is
the Mouth or on the Toniru Sore Throat. Pwollen Tonsils. Falling out or th Hair or eye
brows, and finally a Leprousllka Decay of the Flsh and Bonea. If you haT any of tne
or similar symptoms. et BROWN'S BLOOD CURE Immediately. Thlatreatment 1 pr
tleally the result of lit work. It contains no dancercua druia or lnjurlou medicine of say
kind. It soes to the very bottom of the Disease and forces out everr particle of Imparity.
Boon every sign and symptom disappears ccinpletlv and forever. The blood, th tiasu. to
flesh, the tvnes and the whole system ar e'eansed. rurlfled and restored to perfect healtn.
and the catlent prepared anw for the dutl-i and pleasure of life. BROWN'S BMJOD
CURE. COO a bottle, last a month. Made by Dr. Brown. 933 Arch afreet, Phnadelphl.
toid only ty Wolff-Wilson Drug Co., 6th and Washington Ave.
DISEASES of MEN .'
. .3r.2-.PL Koken Bid., Rooms 30, 31 sad 8X
LOCUST ST.Hours: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturdays to a. Bundays to IS ontr-
FOR HONEST TREATMENT.
fTll.Ma illl ?. tm.r -
tvffi amfm VsraAna n.hlllfw f nmm lmwimirtm. E(fl ttVMtirjln SttSfT
cusnes. dea-xndency and lrrltablenea or tmflmeaa for busln or marraslPH -.
reinlu of errors, lost manhood, milky urine, organic weakness, auliln. k
tam:9T r9trr1 !! a valral
Blood Polioa All stores. Ecxema. Ulcers, painful. Difficult, Too Frequent or Bloody Tlts
also private diseases which obstruct urinary pasfare. Ask for blank U.
tTrlnary- and Bladder aliments quickly cured for life by safe mesa. Aak for blank SL
Piles and all Rectal diseases cured. Modem methods: no cutting. Call or writ for ".
narstlcftl aee vntner eonrenii,i or acqnuvo.
Medical Dlrf Innsrr anit Adviser free at eflre or sealed bi
edlcal uirtinnsTT' an sanier rre at
MANHOOD RESTORED. "CUP1DENE."
This great VersUl'eYlUhMr. the prescription of a famous Freseh phyteawfnjdXd'
cure yau of all nervous or dlseaaee of the fenerarlr orxaas, anch aXS , I
sal, Palu U Ue Back. Bestlaal Fila.!.. err.m ttaUKy. PlBtrtea, bMMSH
Marry, ExkaasUas Bralaa, Tarhveel aad CtatU. It stop all losses by day
or nlrnt, Prevenu quickness ot dtseharze. which If not cheeked lead to Biiiiiiislniilas
aad all the taorrora of InsAtanfT. trpmr.SK eleansea tha lrffftr. uai SddawTB.
fnTPIDEXK atrearthena and refttre small weak orruti. Vh rmmnu nfferera ar nat eared trr SnSSaca
1 became ninety per cent are troubled with Prtatltla. CT PIP CSC 1 th only kaows rasutdy I
cars without aa operatloit. 6000 tcstunoalala. A written narante siren sad zoosey uluiaed xf six boa
do sot eaect a permanent cure. sx.o a box; six ;or 85.00, by mall, seaa ror rra eirevjar saa
Fostlmea 3, Woodchopper 2.
Scores on Pueser" ller were:
Kama C. M. 1 X 3 4 5 Tl At.
Sailer .....10 !1 (1 13 O I) B !II H 1-5
Kaemmerer ...10 3 37 11152331)11
J order. 7 22 il K 13 41 C: 23 47
oihson .. s H a M 17 n a 3 471-5
Gua Pu(uer... 2 17 D 6 58 68 232 56 2 5
T0UI9 ...CS 2 ri 2S2 231 215 267 1131 47 3-23
Kama G JL 1 ; I 5 TL At.
Iivcmer ........xd m 11 u a w u iv.s ao -9
G. Koenerro-n. 3 23 84 29 41 .. .. 114 84 2-5
necxier ....... is aa 50 w
lii emann .... 620 36 424S6142213434-S
Xaber It 23 43 81 46 41 40 2M 41 1-5
Overmann ... S 18 54 53 St e 64 2C0 52
Totals 43 130 118 191 St S3 32 1971 42 M-25
Reseats 3, Entries 2.
Name. C. M. I 2 3 4 5 TL At.
G. Heidemann. 732 54 4123453O20349S-5
V. Hetdem'n . 12 37 31 23 38 164 22 4-5
RoSmann 2 40 46 35 61 34 42 3 41 3-5
Dlckmann .... 24 6t 43 48 64 40 Hi 9 1-5
Dougherty .. 6 16 46 65 43 60 38 243 48 2-5
JS 155 t 217 205 23 1SS 1M3 4113-3
C. M. 1 3 3 4 5 TL AT.
7 14 61 42 86 45 50 23 45
...... 5 38 49 31 45 33 42 PM 4-1
8 49 30 53 31 28 30 172 34 2-5
S 25 37 66 43 XI 5J 232 45 2-5
10 21 45 29 47 40 45 107 41 2-5
..is ni 213 sa 204 in ar iom 41 11-2
aiEYEIl BROS. LBAGCa
Imperials 3, T. S. Mj. 2.
Score on th Royal alleys were:
T. S jis.
Name. c. M. 1 2 3 4 5 Tl.
Ston (I) t 39 S8 61 80 41 41 199
Klub li) 7E343483JIS3S223
Scheele (6) .... 6 67 50 31 44 40 35 200
DelkeaVamD C II C 31 1 u r.i ra
David .. 6 19 51 40 40 56 55 243 48 2-S
Total 061 ...21 Sli 247 190 1S2 253 211 1090 41 15-3
Tllley t .,
Rascn (5) .,
Zabn 0) ..
CM. 1 2 2 4 6 Tl. At.
. 8 29 47 33 31 44 205 tl
... 3 49 37 48 53 37 48 23 44 1-5
... 9 40 53 60 45 32 44 231 41 4-5
7 47 34 41 47 45 45 212 42 2 Z
6 47 2S (X 40 XS 47 204 40 4-5
Totals (20. ..22 212 199 238 220 161 2M 100S 42 15-23
3. Mlkadoa 2.
C. M. 1 2 3 4 5 Tl. At.
. 4 IS 44 6 43 67 60 2T9 61 4-T.
. 4 39 42 66 51 41 60 22 43 2-5
. 3 65 46 35 43 34 35 192 2-3
. 4 29 40 44 31 39 51 207 11 2-6
. 9 17 47 48 61 64 51 2n 50 1-5
Balmer (S) ..
Totals (19)... .26 ITS 219 239 219 225 249 1151 46 1-2S
Name. C. M. 1 3 3 4 5 Tl. Av.
Roaakopt (C) .. 7 30 54 4) 66 47 43 240 48
Paxton (4) 5 42 34 47 41 43 38 2M 41 1-5
Hushes (6) ... 4 30 6R 27 64 63 49 2R4 5 4-S
W'X.Meycr (6). S 5t 38 46 40 SS 43 201 40 1-5
Hockea 72649S263673622S45 1-5
Totals (22).. .29 179 213 2C2 2S 248 208 1117 46 7-25
Pearls 3, L, Toscaa 2.
Nanwu C M. 1 2 3 4 5 Tl. At.
Snradlinc 4 24 48 44 43 63 53 349 49 4-3
McCoy .. 5 28 47 81 63 47 33 213 43 3-5
aeveraon 3 63 2 36 31 40 42 175 35
Baker ......... 5295363 34 4649 2I5 49
Graham ....12 27X849X3X343 194 SS4-S
Total ....J9 271 212 220 193 228 2191081 43 (.25
Handicap Sprodllnir 0. McCoy 4. aevemen 4.
Baker 4. Graham 0. Total, 13.
Names. C. M. 1 2 3 4 5 TL At.
A POOR CRUTCH.
Experience is a dear teacher, aa those who pin their
faith to Mercury find out sooner or later. This pow
erful poison combined with Potash, is the treatment gen
erally prescribed for Contagious Blood Poison, but failure
and disappointment is the invariable result. These min
erals drive in the sores and eruptions, and apparently the
disease is gone and the patient believes the core per
manent, but soon learns belter when the old symptoms
return almost as soon as the treatment is left off. Yon
must either keep the system saturated
of sore mouth, ulcerated throat and the mortification that one naturally "
feels when the body is covered with disgusting sores, rashes, copper-colored
splotches and other aggravating symptoms of this vile diseasev
Mercury and Potash are poor crutches, "and their use eventually breaks
down the constitution, ruins the digestion and cause the bonea to cWao-
of the disease seen. Nor is the taint ever transmitted to others.
We will send free our book on Contagious Blood Poison, which is interact
ing and contains full directions for treating yourself at home. Medical advfca
or any special intonation desired given without charge.
a!1 tha tit f7-rt9 OT VOUr lOrTOeT 1UUJT ,
;--. n..- ..!.. . iv. pinrjaita
rs -wUI proT establlshea practice lne iss- os cacx Mm mm
xoo see un. Willi iua ib ppm
rnmm - Rtnnil it(lB MMtli lielnaFT OlMtSmmt'
.m. imntMit. A.lr Tor nianlr Si.
aucceasiuuy ireateo. anewew ,-
erace or seaieq or rnau: xnirry nen prciorw
vaasaiiaiiua kvw .
OaWce or ly Mall.
Smr Eavea Ferns.
DR. SCHREINER, 1
816 Cheattwt St., St. Lot. Mv,
The REI.ItBl.K Specialist.
Cuiiu private and chroola dl
eases. Lost Manhood. RervouaS.
M.lty-. rest Visor. Seminal Tf k-"
neas. Rlsht Lease. DebUltaUmt
Dream, Early Decay. VaHeocela.
results of error rr excesses. Uri
nary Diseas. uieet, stnerar.
Unnatural Dlreharce and all dls
aats ot Kidney and Bladdar.
and Blood Poison, all states,
positively cured. Out-of-town pa
tients treated by mall. Book fra.
$1.00 PER. WEEK forTrufaeat.
Tcu could buy so better for XM a ssik
Coasultatloa free, call or writ. Hour!, ss.
to I d. m. Bundara. 10 a. m. to 3 sw sv
Other treatment rsanirL
OLD Br ALL DRUaaiSTS.
JM Tho suffutss; frcm wAa
D which sap the plaaraea ar Ufa
W m boald tak a dollar boxUs ot jra.
Ten Pllla. On KnMt. wn Slft
-t,,T- .r..-.- r. ----- ,r"
tory of marreiou rasalt aad :
cm ha mora rsjavenatlnx. Tttallxlns; fores tham
no a Bt haan faait Oa ZIzzrt' 1 T
packax only on receipt ot this adv.
Made by It erltinator. C L Bo
prletors Hood's SaraaparUla. Lowau.
nine all fTirmiln TTTsMiis Tip. " - - - m.
e litWelr cures Xtrroas Debility. miaaIWakm4
Mhool eri inrrrtli reealaaa'tna ynaaralsinanw
oihm, In from two U in nib. la siuMHnil7
adnrtlMd la i th. SL Lsals taeet frTr Mity ySTi
ind Tlror vUIt miet tffeet t IWn
iMiitri : J"" PeC M Uu, nflclnt to
Uiiicniwf aiiiwauuuujiH-vniN. MlUTkTZlaa.tlv
names a 40 n 30 48 46 4 SOT 41 J-a
.. .ti. .. v. -v n a j e as s
Flnnexan .... 715U3tl4 4343187x7
Totals .29 1S4 51 217 3 230 298 13
LEAD MINERS ORDER STRIKE.
Crushers and Feeders Demand
Twenty Per Cent Increase,,
Desloge, Mo., March (.The cxiisfaeta. foed.
era and cagers of the NaUonal Mines hut
ordered a strike. Tha demandii rmSr
nf cnt Inirwa. ffn .-- r mW
pathy, tha miners refused to mm
ground to-night. Onlv ahnnt tnin.
are working. They are nonunion tad ara
Hungarians. Some excitement prsyaSi,
" -HVW UAAAIAU UWU m UlO 10aUI OWt
with mercury or endtrre tn tMti
. w. w., fa ,,, vcgciaoie remeay, is tne
only antidote for Contagious Blood Poison1 It de-
bad effects of the mercury and cleanses the blood and
system so thorouehlv that never tw . - :
V - -Si &
?a ri Aif.-a-? -st-.3p .rj,53j?j ;.