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THE RETUBLIC: SUNDAY, MARCH S, 1903.
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KINLOCH PARK'S NEW STARTER.
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Who vvl'l start race
ion Is jlailc by Jlinoiity
uildors in S-'uit Against
JUDGE THINKS MATTER OVER.
l.iiiiiatiun at Clayton Is the Out
flow Hi ol an Ellort to Jluor
;rani7.e the '"ouiily Tmrk for
Spiing Racing Meet.
Whether he will run a race track, in ad
dition to his other duties. Is a question
Judge John W. McElhlnney of the Clayton
Circuit Court will decide probably to-mor-iow.
The preposition was presented to him
In court jestcrday.
It tame up In the injunction and receiv
ership proceedings of Joseph Slppy against
tho Klnioch Jockey Club, which has been
leorganlzed under the name of the Floris
sant Valley Jockey Club Slppy's attornev s
nnde the proposition. They want tho court
to take charge of the track and run the
April lace meeting- through the Intermed
iary of .1 receivership
tippy. Philemon Chen, Joseph A. Murphy
nnd two expert accountants were witnesses
In the court proceedings esterday. The
hearing consumed the entire day, and
Judge McElhlnney announced est its conclu
sion last night that he would take the
matter under advisement.
CONSPIRACY IS CI1ARGCD.
In the trial jesterday It was charged that
what Is known as the Adler-Cella-Tllles
lombino In St. Louis had consplrea to pre
vent the Klnioch race meeting and thereby
create a monopoly in racing, both in the
city and counts .
Mr. Chew vvus the most interesting wlt
ress in the proceedings jesterday. He re
cited the hlstorv of the Klnioch track and
mid cr the dltlicultles It hnd encountered.
The f nt jear It was operated at a loss of
J3KC In 1S01 the stockholders refused to
put up an more morey. and he. Kd But
ler, Sr.. Joreph D. Lues and Thomas Con
nor operated It, personally, at a loss of $35.
000 In seventeen da)-s. This jeir. In return
tor fifteen davs' racing In April and fifteen
as In August, they promised the West
mi Jockcj Club to liquidate the J.7),O30 In
VMedneys of the club and spend !25,yi0 ad
ditional in lrapro ements.
To "raise money for the club two vtara
ago he and Lucax Issued their p'omf-sory
note. paable to Mar A. Kcnned, a ste
nographer, for JSJD09 They then Indorsed
th-i Instrument and ued It a collateral In
the money market. To secure themselves
Tor the rirk they assumed, they, as direc
tors, voted to lace a deed of trust on the
rlub propert In favor of themselves as In
dividual". SIPPV CLAIMS IimUGULARITY.
It was the nttemrt to foreclosa this de'il
of tmt that caused the institution of the
injunction proceedings, as Slppy. a minor
ltvstockholder, claimed It was Irregular.
t. .lew said that pirt of the capitalization
of the Klnioch Club was 1-tu-d in what Is
known as promotion stock to Itobert Pate
nnd At Fplnk. Nelthtr of the men ever
had rhvstcal pecloii uf the stock, as It
was held by Lucas as trustee. Neverthe
less, he said. Siilnk tried to sell his shares,
amounting to S11.CO0 The witness said he
finally bought them from him for J300. The
llans. lenses and options of the club were
transferred as consideration for the promo
INSANE RICH MAN
REFUSED A LANDING.
Ills I'rlemln Oct Permission to Plnce
Him In 5Anitnr!ntn Pending; a
Rating- Prom Washington.
San rranclseo. March 7. John tire Bu
chanan, a wealthy soung Englishman, who
arrived on the steamer Doris from Hong
Kong, was refused a landing by Commis
sioner of Immigration North on account of
being insane. He came from Ho-g-Konff
as a cabin passenger, accompanied by a,
servant, who was really his keeper.
He had plenty of money, and obtained all
the comforts and luxuries on the -voyage.
"When refused a landing his friends obtained
permission to take him to a private sant-
tarlum at Llvermore. where he will be kept
untd the department at Washington passes
upon the case.
An s-ffort will be made to permit him to
pass through in transit, K bond being filed
to Insure his departure from the country.
Hln destination is Liverpool. He has an
uncle, Cfcorge M. Ure. In this city.
Mr. Ure when seen stated that his
. nephew was an only son. His parents re
,slde at Shanghai. China. They were unable
to get proper medical treatment In China.
and for that reason sent him away In the
,hope that he may be given treatment that
may effect a cure.
. '.civ St. I.oul Corporation.
Articles nf Incorpnrmtlon wtre filed vterilr
' 1 the tallowing compnle: (" D Orfpg T.
iul Coffee Compun). capital $250p-K ll paid;
, stecMioIler. C. I Grent. M, J McKenna. C
-X rianm.hcr. a V Ileblracn and V. P. Klflv.
Kxnenlx-nr llry Gootls Corapan". capital. liMi.
cjie-hair niiM, 6tocl;hoJers, j, ft lpnijep p
,11. llullock and 11. A. ltai:.k..
Avnlnnchc Kill nul llnlm Miners.
Salt lake Cilr. Ptah. SLirch T. Frank Burns
of Salt lke ia kllleit and his brother, John
Bunu and Jehn W. Tailor. Injured In a snow
sIMe - Oak Urub Cacon. near raqn. Hah
S,rAi. -wh ei? lrnrking a claim near the
attic ef the canen, wo neis The avalanch
tore the fWn to. pieces and carried the men
lor U,t mountainside.
for the riorlvaiit Jockej Club
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NEW FLORISSANT JOCKEY CLUB BUILDING
Contracts have betn let for h Mnetrim.
tlon of the Florissant Jockey Clubhouse at
the Klnioch race track. 1hfi designs were
drawn by Charles H. Deltering. architect.
The house will have a frontage of 109 feet
and a depth of 70 feet, and Is to conform
to a Colonial style of architecture. A res
taurant and buffet will be provided for. and
MAY RACE HERMIS
McUhesn's Owner Will Wager
?20,00 Apainst Crack East
WILL MEET AT SARATOGA.
Only Doubt Is Ability of Hermis to
Fnlnill Stake Engagements
and Be Fit for Match
New York, March 7. There Is now no ob
stacle In the way of a match race between
McChesney and Hermis, If Mr. Bell, owner
of the Eastern champion 4-j ear-old, will
consent to a meeting between the pair,
either at Saratoga in August during tho
fall racing meeting or at either Shecpshead's
Bay or Morris Park. Mr. Smathers Is eager
for the match. George Spear, the noted
driver, who is the trainer of Mr. Smathers's
trotting horses, and In the full confidence
of his emplover, to-day had this to sav:
"Mr. Smathers Is ready to enter McChes
ney at tha proper time In a sweepstakes
ngalnst Hermis on any Eastern track either
In August at Saratoga, or later at some
other race course."
"WW he make a good-sized side bet?" was
"Most certainly." said Mr. Spear, with
emphasis, "for $20,000. or as much larger a
sum as the Hermis people wish "
Nothing could be more explicit than this,
so the McChesney end of the proposition Is
now resolved Into the form of a challenge.
Mr. rcl''s onlv hesitation In accepting the
defl at once, his friends say. Is based on the
doubt whether Hermis will be able to fulfill
his rich engagements In the big stakes and
at the same time Indulge In a grueling
match race. But as Hermis, will have con
cluded the bulk of the work mapped out for
him before fall, the matter resolves Itself
Into a question of condition. If Hermis goes
through his stake engagements without ac
cident and can be sent to the post fit and
sound against the Western horse there will
te no doubt whatever of Mr. Bell's wllllns
ness. He believes that Hermis 13 unbeata
ble In this country at weight for age, and
he dearlv loves to back his beliefs and see
Ms Judgment vindicated Those, however,
who think that Mr. Bell should at once
Jump at the Smathers challenge will be dis
appointed. It would be unfair to his hora
and to himself for Mr. Bell to make an
Ironclad as-rrcmept for a match race until
the fit condition xjf the .Eastern champion
shall be assured. -At the proper time and
place, no doubt, the challenge en behalf of
McChesnev will be accepted, but until then
the turf world must have patience, content
with the assurance that nothing but an un
avoidable accident will prevent the greatest
horse race of the decade before the ensuing
season comes to an esd.
"IDLE HOUR" IS CLOSED.
W. K. Vandcrbilt Expects to Re
main Abroad a Year.
New York, March 7. W. K. Venderbilt
cabled from Europe to the superintendent
of "Idle Hour." Mr. Vanderbilt's country
place at Oakdale, Long Island. Instructing
him to close the place for one year.
Tl work of covering furniture, pictures
and brlc-a-brac and the putting of shut
ters In place was at once commenced.
Experts from New York are expected to
go to Oakdale soon for. the purpose of tak
ing apart, cleaning and storing proper! the
several automobiles left at "Idle Hour."
Mr. Vande'bllt's cablegram Indicates that
he does not expect to return to this coun
try for at least twelve months.
tt Itnnk at AVmrrcnton.
Warrenton. Mo. March 7 A ntw state bsnk
w onraalMd here tn-dav with a. paid-up capi
tal stork or piOoa. The directors are E. Scho
weiuierdt, prwsldent; J. H Frlck. vice president;
Theodore KoelllnT. cashier; J. H. Frlck. It.
Llnnert, George Hlllemtrer, Jo Dyer and J, C.
Took Hit! Talk on the Hail and
I.etl His Field All
REDAN WON BY SIX LENGTHS.
Cornwall's Hoist' Was Heavily
l'l.ivod and RnlUil In Jorkey
Lindsey Siriousiy Injuied
New Orleans Ln Xlirc'i 7 Tin" icnli
Ilon of the tmrk to-t'sj whiih wax heavy
ami li.irpy determined the tunning of the
(Oakland Ilamllcip There was tli usual
nth on the r.ut-d ard the hor-es that
had spted enough to get there first had all
the best of It
Telunon of lh Hlldrrth pair was the
ttrtd to get to the path He Kept It and at
the end drew uvvaj, v.iiinins easily bj three
lengths fiom Jlarshnl Nell, St Tjmmanv
a poor third
Warranted nai plajed The horse had
speed after Odom h id roused him up In the
eurlj part ami got Mm into his stride Dut
on the back stretch he was r reatedlv shut
out from the path ard wou'd hate had no
chance If taken into the heavv going He
llnlshed last. The race was worth, net,
Seeii races were on the card and Willi
clear weithcr the attendance was Hrge.
but outside 01 the handicap 111" sport was
ordiuar Choice wro wins a race every
winter. 1ml his Inning In the first to-dav
(ill: wii-. juai ill iiuin i to 1 IP b to 1 Kidmen
lv VVinkfleld. he led all the Journev and won
I h.-ndllv from the Rood thirg. IlinVna. Hllra
iS 5 5,
wide balronles will overlook a large slop
Under the terms of the contract the build
ing must be completed In time for the Au
gust race meeting of the Florissant Club
Golf jinks will be laid out for the between
raelns seasons, and about K9.000 will be
expended In Improving the grounds.
Dillon third. Nettie Regent was backed.
going all the Journey.
V.IHIIK1U1 B eaan was backed from 3 to
-!?i .i ,he ecnd- The race did not look
weii, there was ro contention. Redan was
?. e,?URh. tto wln b? onlv ' lengths
iKS sy?Aubrcj. Katie Gibbons a roor
third. Cloritu Is not at her best, hut fin-
race the least said the better.
hrfPGolibl,,tttnougnt he na1 "cured a
bargain when he bought Latson. This
fnrLW frmerAN . ,l S0011 '"stance per
'"BJv'lu nce Qoldblatt got him he has
5nit5 i ? 1,ls.rorm-. T-iay the track
S niH'T ills prlce went bacl- from
anv. Compass, plajed from b to 9 to 2.
w?rtJnhr.Km easH.'- Thane and Ara;hu
were both easj winners.
JEti6 h.orse SenaJr Bush was Injured
be 'oesuoyed1"0 "" raornl"S. a"d had to
in1. lke f'1"1 rare- Waklna was crowded
"!? 'he fence and fell Undsey. who rode
Lh" . ld an. arm hroken, was badlv bruised
and taken to one of the city hospitals un
conscious. He Is In a bad cordltlon
Weather fair; track heawj. Summarv :
fl.M? ".' cn- mll- 'l''nir-Cho!ce. 10S (Wink
neiai. to 1. won. liucena 9 (Fulleri 1 in t
Erd:, "' Dillon. 101 (MunioMto'l third
Time ui. Ra-stus. Chorus jioj. Nettle n.m
IruT'ran''- P"J BMy- &! iSlTntk
.c9nc' rmct fl,e nnd one-naif furloars Bein
12 J k '? ' th,rd T. 1 12 CTorlta. Hen
ry of Pranstamar. Zack Ford our Lai. ttvi
Baaby Belle. CmcjTjohnandpIrnl'usi'
SJiL.0.,, frt ,nd three-eighths mile, nelllng
Cbmpsss, ig (Puller) 9 to S. won: Latson 10
(Gannon) S to 1. second- rtub Raj, ; (Phllllm).
Ttrai-.iC1 V.2. The VaV. Zaiel. rt
TV underllch and Fb1m Lead also rcn
ufil? rf,1 oa" and one-quarter mile Oakland
x.itl'JL JS. 9annon). 6 to 1. second- St
Tammany . 10 lOariason). 6 to 1. third. Time.
Z 15 1-5 Hen Chance Jessie Jarboe. Major Ten
Plh3?T Tlr, E,"" ""S "ranted aSo ran.
iJ SP 7 atafJriongs handlcap-Barkelnote.
JM 'Davlswn). 8 to 1. won- Mm Frank Foter
lit lOdom) . to 10. second. Orpheum. a (Und
ay). 10 to 1. third Time, l 2 Right and True
Sixth rsce mile Thane 101 (Fuller). 3 tn I
won-stratton II. ins (Oti.). 10 to 1. iicond- Jove
M (Oaii-eon) ;tm third Time. t-(53 5 110.?:
&re1hi1idr: the "Uarter and Don E"t'
n5S.lUi I8?' tlx f"T.lonf"- "elllng-Am-hne 110
5HCks.),3i2LBlwT.n:S"terKate 2 I A Hall)
to 1. third Time 1:19 -5 Lord ?eYlile Ve
" rVn Prcs,onian- The Caxtm and AMne S
SIDDO-VS 0 -VVATEIUIOUSE CLP.
All ForIternt Down to Defeat
San Francisco. Cal . March 7 -The Water
.,?iUi ?up- Bt tRO and a Quarter miles, re
S ln,.an fa vlclorj for SMdon , with
nni; .?v,onc 'ond. nnd Colorel
"I10"1"' 'h'rf ITie weather was cloudy
and the track slow. Speculation was heavy
?SLSi.t2 nad tne ca!I throusnout. al-
tnough falddons and Cunard were well sup-
wnV6.; T.hf ac was worth K.201 to the
kx- .. AI1, favorites ;went down to defeat,
v cather clear; track gcod. S umtnarv :
milPsFfw r?v2iiy. C?U.r". ""'"K-Llttle Mar.
ra t '" a.oo S to won Allot- PuiTfii
irl6- VT.'- 1M kv Oallan.rv. Father
Wentker. Ille Street M P. Tarpey. Gltraltar
Tommle Knuht and n niar also ran ulcrauar
Second race half mile. 2-s ear-olds selling Q..
?'$ i 'Wlaon). 4 to l5 won: Fliln, "ater
. iRZa,-Jt to ' econd- Bombardle- 1 (tjlr:
kenruth) 7 tn t third Time MlnRlhs-
ilIlI.,qnhf.rS,rierC- Ellssbeth E.. Flor inna
Bne. Soflta and (niyueos also ran
(Kl in. 4 to 1. -won: Mtm-. S7 (Fanner), l: to 1.
ora ,7Iwc?.nI,a- 'wil'ont J to 1. third
Time. l-is. nallroom Belle and Tower of Candle i
Tourth race to and oneiuarter ml ee. Water
house ;Mp-" ddens. MS (L Jackson). - to 1.
r2nV.SiiM,'?lls ''' to 5 second. Cttlo
tELP'm'TJ VXJ Waldo). IS to 1. third
Time JS Cunard also ran
Fifth race. mile, handicap FIuh cf nold. 104
(Blrkenruth) S to 1. won- Dunblane. iDonn
Jan.L.l? 'nV.1- "ecynd- Dalntr. 9 (Knagp). i t-
3, l?.,r?. Tlme- ' 4,H Allowaho. (Iratter and
BarklTlte also ran.
Sixth race mile and a sixteenth el!ln-Ima-clo.H0
(Kell) to 1. wen: Antoiee 109 (Ho
land) f tol. second: Amolicht 110 (Donnell).
to 1. third Time. I-4KT. S-a Lion. Ualanthus.
Rosallr and Constellator alo ran.
( Detroit Jockey CInb Mnkos.
Detroit. Mich. March 7 The. Detroit Jockey
nab. which will give h running- meeting at
Grosee Points track June S to . to-day an
nounced the stakes at the meeting, six In num
ber They are:
The international Derby, mile and a quarter,
for 3-jear-olda. fi Ooo guaranteed: the Cam pa u
Stake, mile and an eighth, for 3-year-olds. H.W)
guaranteed; the Hotel Make, six ttlrlonas a han
dicap for J-year-olds and u en art. Jlwu added,
the Kindergarten, nve furlongs, a sneepsiake fo-ajear-olde.
It.WO added; the Country Club, one
mile, a sweepstake for 3-year-clds and upnard.
I1.O0O added; he Press, six furlengs. a selling
sweepstakes, for 3-er-OIiU and upward. J1.P0-J
The rrearamnie win cnntaln six races each aft
ernoon, overnight handicaps, purees and selling
erenta being worth (SOA $400 and on
Entrlni to the stakes will close April
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If ou have any ailments in the above list vou should seek relief. Ask the banks about my reliability, or let me give jou the names
of good citizens I have cured, who do not objett to the nc of their names.
I cuie Varicocele iu one week, never to return, by an original method you will be-pleased with after 1 explain. Hydrocele in ten
davs. Lost Manhood and evil effects of vicious habits in thirty to ninety days. Blood Poison in twenty to ninety days, without potash or
mercury. Piles in ten davs. Fistula in two weeks and Rupture iu six.
I GUARANTEE MY CURES IN WRITING, AS WELL AS SHOW THE PROOFS FIRST.
CHARGES LOW AND CONSULTATION FREE AT MY OFFICE OR BY LETTER.
W. A. COOK, M. D., .r.'oSrSi St. Louis.
CONTEST IN S0CKER PENNANT
RACE GROWS MORE INTERESTING.
Defeat of the Kerns Sunday Was Costly and They Aie Now Tied With
the Spottsmen Decision on Protested (Same Awaited to Deter
mine Whether Tin ee Clubs Are Tied for First Honors
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Two of the speediest recruits to
With each Sundav's play conpetltlon for
first honors In the Association football race
grows closer. The defeat of the Kerns last
Sunday by Jarrett's team caused a slump In
the Kern's sjock and thit team Is now
tied for first place with the Sportsman.
If the officials of the league decide that
the C. IJ C.'s are entitled to a protested
game with the Jarrctt team, the C. B Cs
will also be tied for first place, but an
official decision against the C. B. Cs will
caupe that team to remain In sscond place.
Phil Cavanaugh. leader of the Kerns, is
the best goal-getter in the league this sea
son Everv- Sunday the Butcnertown boy
pastes one "or two through, .ard some Sun
day's he gets, away with four or five gojls
without the assistance of any of Us team
mates. Jimmy Daly, the C. B Cs star forward,
who was Injured two weeks ago in a game.
Is In falrlv- good condition at present and
will -probably line up with his teammates
this afternoon. Since Dalv's, Injury the
collegians hive been unable to do anything
startling, and unless he gets In the game
shortly the C. B. C's will hive little chance
to float the pennant this season.
Although Tom Finnegan's team has been
getting theirs with a regularity of late, the
dought) Captain Is still of the opinion that
HOURS: 8 A. M. TO 8 P. M.
assoclot'on football this season.
h's team will win the rennant. 'Give us
one or two dry Sundajs." said Flnrcgan.
"and there'll be nothing doing for the other
Perhaps little. Bartllff. the C. B C.'s for
ward. Is the oungcst plajer in the game.
Bartliff is onlv IG jcars of age. but he
handler "Iraself !ke a. veteran.
rttel of tho Soortsman is fa-st developing
into a speedy pliver. When he entered the
game he didn't tate very well to roughing
It. but he has gotten over his timidity, and
Is willing- to mtx It with any of them nor.
Phillips H another of the Finnogan tribe
that Is showing form at present. His ptav
Ing last Sunday was of the gllt-eJre va
riety, and If he can kep up the pace h Is
bound to develop Into a star before the end
of tho seavin.
McKeown the forward of the Jarrett
Mm, Is one of the best runners in the city.
Hli speed In the game helps his team
mates out of manv difficult!!, and If he
had the proper assistance In the half-back
division, the Jarrett aggregation would be
occupvin- a hlsher place In the race at
Andv- Stevenson, th Kerns' new full
hack, U one of the bct finds of the season.
Sure of foot, fast Intelligent, and rugged,
he is the liest full back round In thee parts
Eddie McDonougli. tho Kerns' big full
back, will be back In the mm shortlr.
His Injured shoulder Is rapidly gettlwr Let- i
TIip souiiducss of my metlioil; and Uioi-ouhne.ss of detail no essential
to hiictcss in tnMtinp disease, is one of the stiong points to be con
riileied. The fiuils of experience and knowledge acquired by wide
study and contact with people in the .special line to which my prac
tiie is limited, affords advantages not elsewheie obtainable. Current
ewnts in the medical world are daily investigated and weighed
rejardlci of expense or trouble, and tho seeker after truth should
not fail to interest himself in these facts. yy reputation as a special
ist is aboe a .small money consideration, and my charges are lower
than imitators of my tieatinent. whns-e daily advertisements con
tain paragiaphs in many caee almos-t verbatim to parts of my
copyright eais ago as can be clearly shown in my of lice, so that if
their claims are fictitious, how ninth more fictitious, must their
treatment itself be. I handle no belts, Klectro-Medical combina
tions, or other fraudulent devices. I tieat my eterv man as I would
want him to treat me if our cases were reveised and funiish
A LEGAL WRITTEN GUARANTEE
to get the iesults promised or refund money. If I accept a case for
treatment and fail to cure it I will not only refund any money you
have paid, but will agree to pay railroad fare and hotel bill if you
live out of the city. Everything i clearly stated in a contract which
I sign and deliver to vou without requesting von to sign anything.
Investigate my refei entes and plan of doing business for they are
reliable and ou will be satisfied with them. I have developed new
methods of tieating ailments in pelvic disordeis that are invalua
ble to j on and which, in this short life, if a sufferer, von cannot
afford to go without, rerpetual service to the public for so long
has demonstrated the firm basis on which my busine-s is founded,
nnd the increase each year over the pist re enforces the old claim
that there is no permanent success without genuine merit. T cure
SUNDAY: 10 A. M. TO 12.30 P.
ter. and the rest caused bj- the injury has
been beneficial to McDonough's health.
Owing to the wet condition of the local foot
ball grounds, the management cf the aCH.Int!Gn
has decided to ca'l eft all games scheduled for
The campus grounds are ver muiaj. making
it Impossible for the players to run at am gTeat
speed. hl!e the grourds at Sportman's rrk
are coiered with six or more Inches of water
The schedule will be larrled out later, the
game merelv being postponed.
Mound CltJ Team Formed.
At a meetlnr held lt evening at the Mcunt
fltv ltowlng Club It was decided upan puttWK
In the flelu under the management of Frank:
-ch-ietller. the following well known plaers: J.
Donovan and Charles Will" formerlj of the Ken
-IIIler.. Thomas hcheller nf the S Irg News.
II Grvnneman of the KSds anj' Jrank Cooney.
William Veaser. Corll. Heuze. Chnrle Amnion.
J Pchroeder ard Mcllowan of !at -"e-iscn
Mourd Clu team aid would like to hear frum
all strong out-of-town teams ,ddres J Dono
van M IV O I'allci street.
BOXING "CLUB'S" STANDING
DEFINED BY BOSTON COURT.
OrjtnnUntlon n Vleain of EvaiHnc the
Law Atrnlnnt Ptlldlc Spnrrlns Cl-
hlhltiotis, sjs the Judsc
Boston JIarch T. The question of whit
constitute" the difference between a public
ard a privnte sparring exhibition wa- ar
gued to-i'ay in connection with a test cace
in the East Boston Court, and, while the
court stated that without doubt the practice
of certain clubs in holding spurring exhibi
tions was an attempt to evade the law. the
court was forced. In the absence of dam
aging evidence, to discharge the defendants.
The compHlnt wa-s against the club man
ager, referee- nnd members wJio assisted In
the recent George Gprden-Al Welnig fight,
the boxero also being mmed. but falling to
The evidences showed that adm'ssion to i
the exhibition cou'd te gained only upon
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DR. SCWREmER, i
16 Che5tnut St., St. Louis, Mo.
The ItKLIAHLC ftpeclnllst.
Curs prlatt and chrcnic: dlf
eBij. Lea: manhood, Nervous Lr
blUtr. Lot . Icor. Seminal ealt
rcss. lj:ht Ln. Dcbllltln
Dream, IJarlr Decay ar!coceIe.
results ct erro-s rr excesses. Url
rary DI"eie. Gliet. Strcta-e.
Unratural Dicharce andalldli-iaa--s
of Kidney, and Bladder.
and P!ocl Pci-c all -nu-Ke.
POItireIy cared. Oat-of town pa-
ni" ire-itfi py nan jcocic rrfe.
51.00 PER. WEEK for Treatment.
Tou could our no better rcr 110 a k.
Consultation free. Call or write. Hoora: a. ass
"' li ai. SacdaTs. 10 a. tn. to 1 o. n.
pijment of a dollar, which entitled any pcr
on so paving to memtership In the club.
The govrninent contcrded that this nem-he-ship
was entirelv temporary, and sought
only for the purpose cf witnessing the con
test. The Judge held tin: the exhibition was not
a public ore; that the club held a charter,
had secured leae of the entire building to
nra Its exhibition, and that the fact that
one man had got Into fie show- on another
nn's tlcl.ct did not make It a public cxh!
nemocnits Elect Delegates.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL '
Bjtler Mo. Starch T The Demoernts cf
Mcint Pleasant Township m't to-day and elected
twcntj-c-M delegates to tie fountv Cnnrentlcn.
which met In thU citv Monriav to nominate i
candidate Tor S:hocl CSjramlMiaier of Bates
roijity The diecatl"n was Instructed to vnt
for rrefe-icr It O JIaxej of Annerdam. who
has no opposltUn for the ncml-ialHn.
IIIInnlH ltrpnlilli-nn Primaries.
ItEPUBLIC bPECI U
Koblnavn. Ill . March I -At tie Republican
primary, held to-dar, the Wowing weti coml
nateil which is equivalent to eltcUon. n ihs
townMp is laricclj- ILep-jb lean: Gecrre ll K-"-ler.
S-upervlsorr Andretr Jackson Hs'Kell. A
S"?: "T".,," s"rin. Towrn C.erk John
E. Grlsnold. Collectcr; Lindsay Xewlln. lllc'iw-ay
AM) TOM McDOXOUGH,
hard-klcWne full baciax