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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, OCTOCEE
25.
1003.
lloeedales 9 8 T S
V-hneMts I t 111 7t
I nion. 5 4 55. sM
Worlds Fairs -5w I3
TEAM RECOUIW
Hlsh average RnseJales. J12 6-9
llikh score World's Fairs. 913.
High average, three games itosedale 589
INDIVIDUAL KECOHDa.
High average Iiuts I'abst. 179
High score George Kaiser. S6i
High average, three games-sturts, Rom
dalrs HI
srltKDl'LE FOR THIS HKKK
October 26 World s Fairs vs. Unions un I"al
are allevs.
Ortoler 27 Ilosedale vs. SchneUts. on Palace
allevs
October 2S Ileldbrlnks vs Ideals on l"alace
all.)
itctober 29 Enterprises vis. I'alaces on Ialare
all-) s
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'FOLLOW THE FLAG."
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A personally conducted Tourist Sleeping Car
is run every Tuesday, reaching Los Angeles Fri
day evening and San Francisco Saturday noon
following.
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Kindergarten Lrnane Sfnndlnc.
C Hick has a slight lead over Ilurtnn in the
Klndeigarten League for fifteen games ani
over r. iinre is third. btanllng
Name Games O P M P w
I.kk 2 1.41 I 36 O 76
Marten 2 IX 4 i 49 O
I unre 25 2-K J ts 4 J
F llecker 3 I a. . 4. 6'
J Durand 25 131 4 M 4" :i
lUvemvan 35 1 34 12 4
Ihltll 19 147 5 1. 4 ll
Zeis 25 1 3 3 4 3)
lUkmgsriner 3. 1 44 5 34 4. o)
Iierke 35 IX i i 41M
J H'mard 31 .83 C (U 44 (
W suhre 25 . J 4 44 t
Ilelchelbech 25 1 ! IS 4 81
Neuhau- j, ? 41
kell 31 1 3 5 11 43 "
Iturrklr) 25 13 5 411.
E DuranJ 25 I -20 4 4.' M
Nazrl 2t lex r. 4 )
King 25 I i 41 6)
NangU' 3S 14 4 4
Amend 21 I 7 2 4- M
F m.iff 25 I 41 7 44 4- 2)
llarehair 25 !. 6 72 3
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IS
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When the sewer of a city becomes stopped up, the refuse backs into the
streets where it decays and rots, spreading disease-creaUnp germs throughout
the entire city. An epidemic of sickness follows. It is the same way when
the bowels fail to work. The undigested food rots and decavs in the bow Is.
- From this festering mass the blood saps up all thedis
"T-Wys . easegerms,andateeryheartbeatcamesthemtoevery
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..nd 'hlnl t.le.e. risprctivelj Mandlnc-
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60c. and SI 00 Bottles at
JS all Drujglttt.
Per cent II 1 p
m amf C I JI P IfrG Av
1! i" . . 17 1.41 4 T ST 59
I'll rs .... IS 14.) 4 S S 20
J ir ft . .. .S 1 jO Z.S5 3 13.70
M.eiteuh JSi l.W 2 M 2 W S4
Itaarn SJ IS 4 us t B
La rs A 3 IS 3 Sfi 4 RJ.S
llarjn IS 1.36 S.tO 7 EJ.S
II! Jtbrund S 10 C ft) T S3 tf
Hum -5 1.4 4.44 S S3 J
fla'uiers 39 l.H (3 X .Ti
Ki-ee.la IS 1 B S.67 1 2 73
Harris -39 0.I CH 7 61.65
Ha-dtng 13 1.37 5.73 6 S1.S3
Srhoenle 35 1 S 3 VS 1 S1.S3
JI Jcr 34 1 33 4.39 M.S7
Kirc R. .39 l.9 5.60 i El S
Hoi Jen .Tl IN 4 33 4 31 61
Ttmmerman JS 0.S 3S S 51.44
Helblg O .34 1.13 5.71 X 51.3S
Garvin 38 1-S 3 75 1 51.30
VVv-off M I 3S 5.44 S Silt
11 bis I' -2S l.l i.04 3 SO.SC
I.al-lg H 30 05 6.51 7 50 S5
Pondrom. F 33 3.61 I.3C 3 tO.TS
Ab xarnler JJ 1 S.4S 7 SO 61
Krrurdllrh 19 tl 6 47 6 iV.47
I-erghaus 33 IE 553 50 43
Detchmrndi .35 1 4 4.4 1 W.34
;rrE- 39 1.63 4 15 4 59.15
Icrites -34 OM 6 73 7 M.ll
HcnVel 35 14 4 9) 3 60 5
Maher J 0.73 4 33 0 49 -
Dillon 15 1.3S 5.36 4 49
.-j-llian JO 1J3 ' 5 .)
i:rlrht ' 3 At 7.M 6 43.45
rmrn S 1.33 7 OS S 49.S4
Tll'jnan IS 147 6 30 49 73
OrIjhicli J 1.60 5.55 5 49.jO
Wrlfllcr IT OK 3 13 5 49 65
Iliupot M 1J) T.33 S 49.60
K her 19 1JS 3.69 3 49.47
1U. ly 3) 0.65 7.35 8 4)
Ut ! 3S 1S Ctt 5 49.16
V otleroth JS 1 OS 6.76 7 4J.16
of-on .25 1 33 6 5C J 49.13
l!Uh M 1 55 4 4.) 3 49 IS
Hotz J9 l-f & 4"")
lifggs J" 1 35 S-"3 s -
iw-hopnlnc -.J 1.13 T 45 7 4S.W
Kicker 33 IK 3 ? ?;
Wood 3 If) 4J5 2 4S..0
Mo-an .5 1 16 6J0 3 4S.64
KTg M M 1M 6.7-) 7 45.M
ISuvhart. C .2-1 1 J 5 3 '
Teu. her IT 153 5 59 4 .
Magna- .25 1 M 5. J 4. 6
I-u-neliu 13 1.31 :S 1 i g
Dammer .35 164 4 JJ 4 .64
Kop:, J4 1.34 5 4 4..4,
fciritb 11 0 4J J' i-4j
1' ndrom I! W 1 J ) J 4 43
Sterne M 1 C J:-1
Il.tiKan 3 10 3.4 0 47
Kirtt ... 11 IK 6 91 4
bra-rn .... 11 1 79 5.71 3 -
ArtlnrJ. 13 1 31 5." J 45.40
Bu-rhart. E -K 1-44 6.JJ 6 46.36
)nt ..23 13 7.3 7 46.36
I--Hrrle W 1 91 0
KV her W 1 -37 5 27 1 J9
r, rdnn 12 2 7 () 4 41 jj
Mrah 13 l. "23 5 43 C2
lerbir ... 0.78 11 M S 4)
fctrn . .20 123 9 55 8 42..0
I.EfcS THAN TUN GAMES. ,
Wcstrlrh 3 1.33 3.CM . Ej.00
Halcb 5 l.W 5 30 8 E3.M
lic-kman S 1.2) 3.2) 1 53 00
Ixv 3 0 tO 5 H 6 M.W)
nr-ett 4 100 911 50)
;raham 5 1 40 6 4 3 31! 20
Talv ....3 60 !W 0 3600
TE.VM AVEHVGES
n JKh lliders 135 7 s 19.70 11 40 237.13
In t ... ir. 5 0 27 75 21 20 255 30
.1 nan hs ... 13s 6 45 30 55 34 3S 354 30
Howards .. 13675 2j35 3655 25365
. 5 ler . 135 1536O240250T0
II au-rj nu .. 13. 6 33 28 50 27.35 350 29
Juni r li S KM :iw SiS
ardinal . 13. 5 70 M 60 IS 247J5
Jeneron5 12. 6 15 3S 65 23 " 345 10
l cnturis 1J5 6 65 27 55 2134 343.35
ew Cure
For Goitre
Any Lady Can Quickly Cure Herself of
This Ugly and Dangerous Disfig
uration in the Privacy of
Her Own Home.
LARGE TRIAL PACKAGE HAILED FREE.
ThI charming and beautiful English
wman after trjlni; preat surgeons and
d -irior" urc I herself in her own home
She says 'I notii cd a slight swelling on
Mlt". LlCILI.n I.1.TTON,
IlnrllCK! of NeTrIiall, London, Hn.
my r.eck. A no'ed Indon surgeon pro
rounred It go tre and felt sure ho could
remove It qulcklv. Instead. It grew rap
Idly My appearance was dreadful; my
ejes nearly popping from my head. Sur
geons refused to operate for fear of rup
ture of the jugular vein. My husband
heard of Dr Hale's home cure for goitre
a'sd e tried It the effect was manelous.
In a few weeks all trace of It was gone,
the pain reaving the first time we used
tl"- reeled v Lucille ltton"
Your goitre can be cured at home with
ut pain, danger or any inconvenience.
Write to-dav to Dr. John P. Balg, 210
Glenn Bldg. Clnc'nnatl. Ohio; tell him
tur agf the size and location of your
elf re and how long you have had It. and
he trill be glad to send you. free, a large
trial package of bis home cure, postage
paid.
Gor. Olive and Eighth.
9 am bssbbb a ea a easasisa e fsv
flSH SBBS fl CEB fi SaLlSBsBslaBiJ wk ffl I
El I
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(ul naiu nui.3 v. V"J luiLtsuiiiiiuc
water into every house. The only way to cure a con
dition like this is to cure the constipation. Pills and
physics will do no good. They make it worse by
weakening the digestive organs.
as
Mull's Grape Tonic Cures
bv strencthenine these onrans. It won't physic you.
It won't weaken. It strengthensandallowsthe digest
ive organs to perform their functions voluntarily,
rieasant to take. No griping or pain. Its action is
gentle and natural. No cure, no pay. This
advertisement and ioc pays for large sample bottle
when sent to Lightning Medicine Co.. 137 Third
Ave . Rock Island, 111. Sold by
01
& CO., Corner Broadway and Lucas.
I Delmarn l357i,2T732135 24irO
, Gocdfellowa 125 6 3 37 23 36 15 339 50
' ivDivim r. itKrMiiiis
IltKh Sinxle Game- llont.uh, tl Crtrebach.
81 I(etll il
Hlrt Hie Game Ellers. 334
Lean M!se Me Games londrum. C
TEM ItElTRn
Hlrb Slncle Garc olives 317
HlKh Fle Games Housh lliders. 1.355.
Central Leairne? Standing.
McDonald heads the players f the Central
League, with Clymer a cloe second, and lll-
art occupying; third place
The official figure follow:
INDIVIDUAL AVERAGES.
Games. CP. MP. Av.
MacDonald . IS 1 2.46 52 t
cirmr zz l 7 1 S3 i
Hlckart 35 132 2 36 52 20
carmichaei so 1 35 2 7 13.13
Halwes 15 133 2 73 51 So
Habenlrht 25 1 S3 2.56 51.4J
I-ondTim 25 1.5 2 M S0.S8
ho IS 1M 2 93 56 6
Maher 25 1 36 3 72 50 f
Honner .28 1.25 2 95 &.2
Wessels . 25 1.0D 3 68 "
Mehasen 25 1.32 3 00 iM
Mitchell 20 1.C5 2JS 4)
. Uick 20 145 3 JO 4 7D
Llndeman - 29 l.sa 3 50 4S 60
Enderie -. I-l 5 ;
Itrunswlck 25 1.24 3.SS 4 tl
II Hick 20 IS 4 35 4J"
It)-an 20 1-15 i 25 4. X
Heyburn .... 25 1.72 3.- I 0
D Kick . -20 160 4 46 10
!chocnle 25 1-S5 3 .- 45...
OieKw IS l.W 3 44 J
li-cker .".:::::...: 15 20 ss
Iluin 20 1 65 SJ9 41 65
TEAM AVERAGES.
rnvmt . 1 2J2 S7
TJncoln 125 J.23 3 72
Acme 23 O 3 43 4..T2
Ofrtce Men 135 11 - 2 4 64
Century .7 ... loo I 49 4.74 4. 04
11.. -Il "- ...... W 1 31 4 S t. S3
High slmtle Fam Maher, C.
Hleb Hie games Maher 330
HlBh team came Crescents. 303
Hlsh nve team gamts Crescents. 1J41
Hy deteating the Crracents. the Uncdns suc
ceeded in taking the lead In the Central
Cocked-Hat League The Acmes continue to
hold tnira piace sawinKi
fi
. m
V. Ui W. I
Uncolns K 7 qniceMen 12 J3
crescents 15 10 Centurjs 1 14
Acmeo 14 lilies 13
THIS WEBK'S FCHEDULU
Mondaj 13Hp s OfQce Men on Acme alley;
Lincoln a Centuos on Il3)al alleys
Tuesday Crescenls vs. Acmes on Crescent al-
lejs.
Missouri Tenpln I.engne.
October 27 Laclede -s. Dlels at the B It.
alleys.
October 27 Barrs vs. Uniques at the Grand
ailejs
October 29 Merchants vs. Backus at the B.
R. alleys
Votember 3 Laded- vs. Uniques at the U. R.
alleys
November 2 Ilarr vs. Backus at the Gi d
alles
No ember 5 Merchants vs. Diets at the Grand
alleys.
November 10 Lacledes vs. Merchants at the
B K. allejr
November 10 Barrs vs. Dlels at the Grand
alles
November 13 Backus vs. Uniques at the B.
R alles
November 17 Lacledes vs. Barrs at the B. R.
a1 leys
November 17 Merchants vs. Uniques at tha
Grand alleys
November 19 Dlels vs Backus at the Grand
allcvs
November 24 Lacledes v. Backus at the B.
R. allevs
November 24 Barrs vs Merchants at the
Grand alleys.
November 26 Dlels vs. Uniques at the B. R.
allej s
December 1 Lacledes vs. Dlels at the B. R.
allej-s ,
December 1 Barrs vs Uniques at the Grand
alleys
December J Merchants vs. Backus at the B.
R. alleys
December 8 Lacledes vs Uniques at the R.
R.alle)s
December 8 Barrs vs Backus at the Grand
alleys.
December 10 Merchants vs. Dlels at the Grand
alleys.
December IS Lacledes vs Merchants at the
B R. alleys.
December 15 Barrs vs. Diets at the Orand
alleys.
December 17 Backus vs. Uniques at the B.
IL allej s
December 23 Lacledes vs Barrs at the B. R.
alleys
Iiecember 22 Merchants vs. Uniques at the
Gtand allej'S
December 24 Dlels vs. Backus at the Grand
allevs.
Western LenRtie Scliednle.
STANDING
W L.
..M 5
...10 i
9 6
. 8 7
W L.
.. . 8 7
6 9
... 5 10
.. 4 II
Oarsmen .
Juniors
Nationals
t esterns
Defenders
Intermediates
enlors
Liitstanas ..
THIS WEEK'S hCHEIH'LE.
Monday I)uislanas at home to Seniors.
Tuesdai Defenders at home to Juniors.
Wedneiay Intermediates at home to 'Welt
ems Thursday Nationals at home to Oarsmen.
DrnsncUts' Lengne Standing-.
The J S Merrells have tallied on more games
than the Enderles and are showing the way in
the Druggists' Cocked-Hat League Standing:
Clubs tv L. I Clubs. W. L.
j jierreus ii u r.il luurs . ... lg l;
.narie T' tj ' iinrmi i-m ic
H ' Moffltt Wests 16 13
M i l-alnte 18
I, Meyer Bros . ...10 35
THIS WEEK'S SCHEDl'LE
Thursday Moffltt Uests vs J S Merrells on
Acme alleys. Ell Lillys vs. Enderles on Royal
alters and Merer Bros vs. Mound City l'alnts
on Crescent alleys
Primary Leigne Standings
The KInlochs have at present a snug lead
for he Primary Cocked-Ilat League pennant
The Endymlons and Parks are the mnners-un.
Standing. ,
Oubs. W L.1 ubs. W. L.
KInlochs . . .19 61 Demons . . .11 14
Endymlons .15 10. Orphans . .11 it
Elks
i: u -x-itaj-s . . J 16
1 Nationals ... 3 16
THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE.
Monday rarks vs Orphans on Crescent al
leys and Elks vs. X.Rays on Royal alleys
Tuesday Nationals vs. Uentons on Crecent
alleys and KInlochs vs. Endymlons en Royal
alleys.
Palace Tenptn Lescne Slandlnr.
Teams. w I PctGanfe.
Entercrlfes 8 4 .Ctt t5
Heldbrisks 2 10 .166 34
Ideals S 7 .416 813
Palaces ....... 8 3 .750 834
Nnildus Z4 M S W li
firTEKX UAU OH U. . .
t! Illck .W 6 () 4
Mr.'off 13 1 I7 J
.-prls 15 . 6 -1 41 J
. n H . : ' 44 40
a Kemard 15 f 67 44
II. r-r H 2 411 - 4)60
eagi.-, W 4H 1)1 4. .4
l-jrhag 15 : ' 13 41 13
W-lbleiT 2 V
liier 1 5s - .,
TEAM AVFItAGEH
ItawUngs 125 12V ' 46.6
l-d. 131 1 24 .37 4j .
zarks Li 1.30 1 53 43 "
V Uppers 136 1.21 6 1 43 87
Banner 125 1 27 7 9 II 1
Tigers ... .125 , 7 1 H
INim llll'AI. RECORDS
llllgh Single Came I
llecker . . J
Dutzl
lllh Five Games )
Haversian ... -.
TJ3.VM nncoRD.
(High Single Game)
Cllpp-rs
filled Five rt.mesv
2M
Rawllngs ..
lids
11"4
In the Kindergarten League the Eads are a
few games In advance of the Otarks and Tlp
prm (.uwui,.
nobs w. l.1 club. ye i.
Ead 17 SllUwIlngs .. 14 II
Cllcpert . ... 15 1 Banners 1 Ij
Parks 15 10 i Tigers 21
THIS WEEK'S SClIfcDl Ut.
Mondaj ItawUngs vs. Eads on Crescent al
Tuesday Banners vs. CSIrpers on Acme alleys
Wednesday Oxarks vs. Tigers on Roval al
ls
AMERICAN I.KVC.in.
Fair Grounds 21, Herbert Spencers S.
The Fair Grou-vtls bok the odl game from
the Sr-Ticers on Flslers alleys Sccre
FAIR GROUNDS
Name C M 1 2 3 4 Tl Av
Rl-htcr . .S56313736 44 22)44
W underllch ) a t! H a Jl IK J .-j
Zeuschcl .... 1 28 r 37 51 54 34 213 43 1-5
Kraemer . 4 Z Xf 49 4 48 41 2 44 3-j
Ulllenwater . 7 23 49 38 47 37 34 46 4-5
Totals
11 14J 243 207 212 234 197 hjSi 43 11 3i
tlFrtllEUT .31'KNCKItS
Name CM 1 2 2 4 5 Tl Av
Hartrett ... 4 26 41 55 4 39 51 241 HIS
Forrest ... 4 43 46 34 33 40 45 U9 37 4 5
Black . .. 10 26 43 39 43 44 40 211 42 1 5
Unneman ... 3 27 45 42 45 S3 43 209 41 J
Wheeler 929414S35.40l !?i
Totals 3s7233 214 3)7 361 220 ll 43 11-25
Weekes 4. Ilarretla 1.
The Weekes took all but one game from the
Barretts on Weeke's allevs scots
WEEKES.
maxwell .... 9 46 S 57 II IS M 3 3
Krenmejer . 7 2 tS 32 41 48 34 237 4. Z-f.
t,ae .. .... s i i
Erman 11 27 41 S3
Fisher 5 24 67 SS
,a . 1 SC A. 15
43 41 43 207 41 2 S
38 81 46 270 54
Tctals 42 tC6 264 222 231 2J4 ZH 11S3 47 8-25
BARRETTS. . .
itetts S 35 47 37 35 35 58 21- 4- - A
IJnde .".. . 2 45 34 31 47 3 44 1. 39
Munsberg " 5 27 59 63 4i 36 39 242 48 2-5
Sort. f... .11 S3 65 48 17 31 46 348 41
Totals .. -28 167 251 214 213 ITS 218 P.75 41 3-25
CATHOLIC LE1GCE.
Mntons 4, Cnslnos 1.
The Lintons took all but one game from the
Casino, score: a
CM 1 i 3 4 TJ. Av
FUnemeyer .13 22 37 Sv 41 37 42 21. 43 2-5
s"lckTrT:... 5 39 45 31 43 31 . V 28
Klcrer 9 38 33 24 3H 32 1 33 4-S
1lkrn 9 19 58 53 53 i. 39 25. 51 2-S
D'ckhans ... 7 24 33 tl 4 Ji &S 41 3-5
Totals ....42 142 28 288 2.9 233159 141 41 W-25
CXSINO--
C M. I 2 3
Walter - . 8 29 41 45 V
4 5 Tl. Av
35 62 233 46 3-S
47 34 3 42
(I S Pa 39
29 35 191 30 1-S
41 53 23) 44
Mohrhaus . 1 4-v 27 34 48 4'
Rosenthal ...12 29 n
line 7 54 43 29 36
Lauman 8 23 41 43 41 41 53
Totals 33 174 7 191 208 if) 243 143 41 20-25
8 O ITHEHX I.KA t J l E.
Helderles fl, llndwelsers S.
The Helderles defeated the Iludweisers en th
former team's alleys. Score:
HELDERLES
Nam. C M 1 2 3 4 S Tl. Av.
Schilling ....13 23 43 38 41 43 S3 ) )
u.riHeh ?1 41 21 50 54 56 235 4,
Iekln . .. 7 1H 42 41 41 46 49 23 41
Voe-g ... 1 IS 63 38 4) 50 51 242 4V
II lloberg ..11 25 27 41 25 42 59 211 42 4 5
44 9 35
Av.
Av
37 4-5
37 4-5
413-5
50 2-3
47 2-5
IlOWlMi CLVU LE8.GLE.
Semlnoles S. CheroUees 3.
Scores made on the club alleys were:
SEMINOLES.
Name. CM 1 2 2 4 S Tl. Av
Klefer .... 3 S3 48 53 48 67 35 252 59 2-j
J jansen . J 33 41 4". 46 59 50 239 4, 4-5
G Lang 4 55 58 41 44 47 43 233 46 3-5
II Lang 6 52 39 33 46 38 28 11 36 4 -j
Mlnges . ... 4 46 32 39 32 43 36 HI 34 1-3
Totals .... 52 ltC 327 13 2t 2K 245 1K9
BUDWEISKRS.
Name. C M. 1 2. 3 4 5 TJ
C M I 2 3 4 5 Tl.
Marti .... W 29 39 36 26 50 38 18
Temper 12 37 39 36 SO 49 35 JO
Schllchter ... 6 23 44 28 48 4J 4j 233
Goeta . . 4 17 6. 50 43 42 53 252
A HoIlweg..l5 K 38 41 J63 43 43 257
Totals i7I12 2252Mafl2a22aiW0
Totals .... 20 214 2yi 21 2'6 2S8 192 W79, 41 4-25
Hsn.llcsps-Klefer S. J Jansen 5. O Lang W.
II Lang 3. Total 23.
CIIEROKEES
Name C M. 1 2 3 4 S TL Av
F Sn-lth ... 7 33 40 49 56 25 57 217 4. 2-5
Illrtseh . . 4 44 41 62 43 51 46 243 48 3-3
D "hi ... 2 63 39 37 46 40 41 Zi 41 l-S
n Sin.en 9 51 38 41 39 37 27 171 34 4 3
C s"7t "f54iSai
Totals 31 210 19 2 234 211 218 B7 41 22-25
Handlcaps-F Smith 2. Blrt-eh 10. Dlfhl IS.
B. Jansen 3 Total 26.
niVEIlSIDK LEvClE.
ShaUespenres a. Riversides
Scores on the Riverside alleys:
RIVERSIDES,
Name C M 1 2 3 4 8 Tl.
HSchlenhoS 5i55tHrt;
I Cramer . 2 47 42 26 27 SO ? 1M
nuech . . . 8 41 35 43 38 36 31 13
P Wahl . 27 42 44 M 31 46 317
H. Amelss S 32 38 & 4-1 54 41 225
Totals . .30 W 187 229 201 25 187 t09
SHAKESPEABES
Name CM 1 2 3 4 3 Tl
Rue-S . ... 4 37 42 42 54 30 41 211
II Cramer 4 29 56 S! 44 14 37 22
Ka!T 4 41 35 24 50 38 31 P8
Sauerweln . 3 37 39 46 47 3 41 214
Hausknecht . 1 41 42 39 54 21 St 2
Av.
28
38 l-S
36 3-5
43 2-5
4.3-5
40 9-5
Av
42 4-S
45 4-S
35 3-1
414 5
41 4 5
Totala ...28 181 211 1W 213 IS 204 1044 41 19-25
Greeleys 3, Centnrra 2.
Scores on the Riverside alleys.
GREELETS
Name. C M. 1 2 2 4 S TL Av.
F Wensel .. 3 27 42 41 46 47 49 225 45
C Weasel .. 6 3 42 S3 31 S3 27 195 19
Slegel 8 31 34 35 45 31 38 183 36 l-S
Hah! 6 29 40 48 61 29 3S 214 42 4-5
llurkley .... 8 45 33 36 28 36 171 34 1-5
Totals
30 172 191 1M 2tl IK 7) 988 29 18-36
NEW CENTURT3.
Name. C M. 1 2 3 4 5 Tl Av.
Siengemann & 41 57 37 22 40 39 195 39
Brown 5 47 41 44 40 32 41 199 39 4-5
llllnd ..0 030343O3033 1M3O
II Rose .... 6 40 33 49 S3 43 41 19 37 l-S
O Amelss . 10 32 38 43 34 43 S3 193 38 3-S
Totals
26 169 199 196 158 188 151 S26 37 1-X
W ESTBn TEXPIN LEAGUE.
Doubles 1, Eights S.
The Eights took the odd game from the
Doubles In their games. Sccre:
DOUBLES
Name B. E. 1 2 1 TL Av.
O. Gcske 2 ( 118 163 161 471 157
Jacob . ... 2 9 ISC 111 158 455 161 2-3
II Rohlptng .. C 10 119 HI 111 4M 131 2-3
Walther S 147 144 11 295 111 2-3
Schmidt 3 7 170 120 168 458 152 2-3
Totals ....iT "il "740 711 732 2183 145 8-15
EIGHTS.
Name.
Wm. Ohert .
B. E. 1 2 2 TL Av.
C 9 143 131 160 453 181
.3 13 102 119 119 358 119 1-3
- 1-3 179 157 459 151
Koenlg ..... 3
J Hax.rert .... 2
Hcelsman ..... S
Wm. Helm .... 3
8 129 159 145 433 111 1-3
4 187 183 152 417 ltC 1-1
Totals 13 tl 870 7(1 751 2U2 Its 7-1S
518 aim
S27.85
S2 GASH FOR THIS
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1. I' e tt- it iu . ' o n t!
nent'nieil il,v. n. off. t tlirm at j
noltivi-lv m.l. .ili-.
iiirriMrit.
Ool.len "il. Hr.
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with 5 i.rt pro"'
drawer S4.35
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BIG BUCK BEARS
IN DEADLY DUEL,
Caiipht in tlio Pamp Trap. TLoy
Uattle Tntil One Suc
cumbs. TRAPPERS WATCH THE FIGHT.
When One Iirnin Dies They Lib
erate the Other ami It
Chases Hie .Men Up
a Tree.
uni'unuc si'Bciau
SJhrewblHiry. Vt, Oct. U. Ilanlc While
hunts beam when he isn't shooting; xmall
game or flhln.
Uul Hawkins., who Ilres up Jockey Cap
Mountain way. reported that he had ren
a hlg black lienr lietween the Cap and
Shrewsbury l'ark. Hank promptly set out
with a trap and the carcass of a horse
to look for the bear.
He found the tracks by Shelter Spring
and followed them up the mountain, using
hl ohi mare to snake hi lmlt. At a con
venient point lie set the trap, threw the
dead hotve in a pit Just beyond and went
home.
The next morning; he Rot Hud to take
bis gun an! go up to the trap with him.
The men had reached a jlnt within
right of the trap when Hank "topped and
motioned to Hud to remain Uent.
Well! Well!" lie whbper.l. hoarsely.
the- two b'ar In th' trap, an" they be
a-flghtln lite all poeesed."
Hud poked the bui-hes art with his
gun and fairly gafped. There, within
t went J rods, of him. were two full-gmwi
bears clnwlng ami bltlns at each other
and screaming a though Satan had Rot
Into them. Each wan caught by a hind leg.
and with the other three they were claw
ing away for dear life. The ground all
about waa covered with blood and hair,
and from appearances the combatants had
been battling for marly an hour. The
animals were about of a size, and up to
the time the hunter arrived honors were
en.
"Which one f Vm will I k futr' in
quired Bud. as soon as he recovered from
hi surprise .
' Don't sock nutber f "em" commanded
Hank after a moment's meditation "I ye
alius lxrtn fir fair pl-iv. an t wouldn't lie
fair. I.t 'e tight It out an' th- best b er
win"
"Waal, ve 1- a fool. Hank" elucidated
Hud disgustedly. "Like's not both 'f .m
11 git aw .11 "
Hut Hank Instated. It was apparent lo
both men that carh b-r thoucht the
other had got him Intu the scrape, and
each was de-peratelv trvlns to wreak ven
geance on th- other The carctw of the
horse hid not Is-en too. tied, and thu it
was plain that thev had arrived together
ami lieen caueht simultaneously
The animals were to., much occupied to
notice the hunters and Kept ft the flght
umllsturL.41 The battle wa '-ft and
furious and there was no renting between
rounds At times the animals stood up
ami boxed, each waiting fr a chance to
catch the other in a deilh embraee. at
other times they crouched like cats and
sprang with the fu-Y of lions. All the
time thev roared and screeched In rage
Now and thin one would ciich the other
lr his laws ami rip off a patch of hair as
large as a man's hand.
The battle continued for tvearl an hour
before there stas an -lgn of letting up.
Then one of the animals, which appeared
to have broken a small bone tn t!e ankle,
held In the trap, strained out of his optm
nent's reach ami licked such of hl wounds
as he could reach Thl gave the other
an opportunlt) to ret and he too la
down and cared for hlmelf After an In
terval of five minutes the went at It
again with loude- roars and renewed fury
tearing ami bltlns and getting in a hug
now and then that would hsve crushed
the life out of a vearling liu'l. Tint the
bearsf ribs seemed to be made of rubber,
and the moment ..ne muM fchak. -ff hi
antagonist he was after h'm a- teu;h
the fearful hug bad been an affectionate
embrace.
Such an encounter could not keep up
lcdefln'tely. and after what seerseJ to
tte hunters half the afternoon the bear
U V F&-.W A .am
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BEQRQSM SUIT
Carpets and Rugs
Special Values for
This Week.
Ingrain Carr- i- 23c
Ingrain I irn. t 4fc
v.- lsrii.Hfis I'arpet G9c
11 I ru tls i'arpt 73e
1 Ingrain Rugs 4.25
rii!- i: ifc 10.50
llitrlnt; IIiK week ull
cnrM-i ninitr-. Initi
nml I Inc. I I'HEE.
2f r-AlXTi?
rnOtmt-iiriSiJMi
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y
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- twms furnish'-.! c .m
liete .. . S?0 00
S8 Cash; Easy PayiBsnls.
i t-a of 1 pW-eo-. hull i.f
.rri --.l ll ' i h r. li
vv I t .1 tml 1. 1 It --
v- ' Iv of Hi eii to pli.-e
t. r r Afll f4
I rxiRis furnlhi tl tn
1 1 te S100.00
$10 Cash; Easy Paymanls
1 r, . llt.it N iari.riP'1
WlsHWs
wi 'i h-- lrr-n o i , t -e l-gan to fall
an in an i. n it tr rr. - t-e o!Ker g t
tim in a tr ,!r h T-e sfjjeei d
I ir stooil it fir -i f. w tri mints th. n
li - ev.s I ulgrJ out h - t. cue protrudeil.
and he began to wiv.r A- -.om as the
queczer in the advantage he had gained
-e redoubled hi- effort-., and the squeezed
gradual' sank to the- ground and finally
breathed his last.
The vlctotious bear had hardly strength
enough to 4t on the body of the dead
ne. and Hank declared that he would go
t'own and liberate him He had. h said,
varneil his freedom, and he would give It
to him If tt was the lat good deed of his
lfe Illli expostulated, but to no purpose,
ami the two men advanced. The hear re
rarded them sunpiciourl . but was too
weak to take much account of their pres
ence, ami he allowed them to get within a
few feet before he staggered to his feet
ami growled.
Hank got a stick ami managed to get
It in the jaws of the trap Then he pried
the teeth slowly apart. The bear felt his
rumb foot free ami he pu'led It out. Then.
like any other well-bred bear he lunged
after his lllwrntrr Hank ami Bud went
up a tree, dropping the gun. and the bear
attempted to follow Ills leg was too
rumb. he sat at the bottom and
growled. Hut graduallv hi' head sank on
lis chet ami he went the way of his
mate.
YOUNG HENRY ABELL ROBBED.
Son of Former I'olice Coiiiinis-
iuiu-r Meets Two "FririuK"
niTrm.ii- si-ei-iai
New York. Oct. 21 Henry Auell. son nf
former I'olice Commissioner Abeli. visited
friends In the upper .ictlon of Manhattan
and started downtown for his home In
Ilrookiin In a Broadway car. At Four
teenth slret two young men got on ami
both of them greeted Abell with the in
formation that they were friends of his
father.
Thy "eaicd themselves on either lde of
AIh-II All left the at together ami walked
through I'llv Hall l'ark. toward the
Uroukbn bridge. At l'ark ltow the )Oun:
mtn sikl "good night" ami disappeared In
the direction of the Howery. Then Mr
A Ik II dt-.-over.il hl watch and diamond
HMrfpIn had Leen stolen.
CliIcnRii Hotels.
RRPfm.li SI'Ei'l U
Chicago. Met. It. These St. I.ouIs per
sons tegliiereil at hotels here to-day:
Auditorium S II ''' K. J Johnson. H. I.
Tr-xon J W Kim-He. Mrs R -tv-der. K V
Miay M K '. A K. Ixrweek.
Vin.lsor- llfiisi-i K I'rsBkel. 1. S. King.
A I IJtller V H uncn
1-slir.r II .use-VA W rny. H K. Peealar.
Rrand Pa-lnr-W A Mimt. I. B. Tracr.
treat N.tllern-T K Hsrrstt. W K "e.
K Thls A II Hjgcer. A. J leader.
Morrlsnn-M J liV-iutad. J V stein.
tSterman llntlse J W I'nraellits. I. K Hale.
J T McMshon. I. R Yeaser.
Katoerb. f-l l Kvum. G S. JeaKlaa. W.
II Riuhrn
Vlet tls IS S Mebbeas.
ltnvourt I. '. Moote. I. s. Strong.
I'reslilent rlcht Hnlerlnlns.
The St. IaiuIs Carriage ami Wagon
Builders' Club was entertained on Tues
day ivenlng by Frank Wright, who re
icntly riturned from the convention of the
Carriage Ilullders' National Association at
Bcton At that ci mention Mr Wright
was hunoieil by election to the presidency
of the asruclat on. J II. McCabe was
tnastmasttr. The tuets Ine'udid Messrs.
tlonneman.t. Kir ek. K-ck. ICIuegel. Wjg-m-.
Sehnelfe.-. Wlttich. Uran.t. Niebllnc
paunders. ItorNln. S-.ete. Kast Schuster.
Klck.-s. teliallert. 15-ettler and Henry and
V. llliam L hlenhaut.
qundron Cruise Ileccmlicr 1.
New York. Oct. 21 -Hear Admiral Mark
er says the vessels of the Nrth Atlantic
Squadron, which are now undergoing re
pairs at the Brooklyn Nnvv iard. will lie
ready to start on the w.nter cruise by
Oeeemberl
Kntlnvvs lleiimrlnl Knnd.
Stamford. Corn.. Oct 24 Walton Fer-ifu-on.
vice p'esWenl of the People's Gas
t'ompany of Chicago, has supplemented
his numerals' gifts to St. John's ITototant
ITplscs.pal llarlsh by endmvtrg the Kdward
Ferguson Mimor'al building with J2H.'AJ.
Unveil To Fishermen.
New Rochelb. N Y . fXt. 24 The steam
er Glenvtlle pl ked up two nVhermen In a
water-togged toat within half a mile of
I-hcecution IJghthoue
Her VllsmUe.
She locked up from her household
drudgery.
"When you used to call me the .ight of
your life. she said bitterly. "I thought
m Intended to measure It by candle
power Instead of by horse-power. Chi
cago Post.
Xat a I'nrndnx.
She "There U a woman whom I envy.
And curious as it may seem, she envies
m "
He: -How can that b "
Sh: We were both after tho same man
and I married him. Houstcn Post.
jsjfr, thaFtTSwm lw
Si Gash for
r-V,
. . m
S5G.00
Payments.
THIS EXTENSION TABLE
K..r JI rah tnil weekly un
til the lialtnce i.h paiL 'Tls
tr.T,.i, t.uiTt is full six feet
n t tt when extended and
is vv. n 't JCS) If you're
tib.. hi n-g x p7 Mft
umi- til n. "urAI JQ
-pt ii ri is f mK
OLIVE
gvffl
MANY FINE STEEDS ENTERED
FOR ANNUAL HORSE SHOW.
Attendance Promises to He the Lar-
Kcst In lllsitirs- nf Local
Orfraulaallon.
Tlie annual St. Louis Horse Show opens
at the Coliseum building one week from
to-morrow nteht. There will be six night
lierformanees end matinees on Thursday
and Saturday. The -ile of suits for single
lerformances cpens to-morrow morning
It Is expected that the advance sale will
lie far ahead of that of last ear. which
was tlw most s-uccesiful show ever given
by tho organization.
The entrk-s lor tlie various classes have
been large this jcar and the best rings of
horses ever shown in St. Louis will be
seen.
The Horse Show is tlie Mg fashionable
event of the ear in the city, and orders
placed with various dressmaking concerns
indicate that St. I-miw society will be out
in more gorgeous miment than evir be
fore. Former Governor Francis. President
of the IxHilslana lurchae Kxposltion. will
be chairman of tlie Kins Committee on
Mitndav night, ami Maor Holla Wells will
oftklnte as chairman of the King Commit
tee on Frida night. Ma) or Wells has se
lected ah his asstants Messr Julius S.
Walsh and Kolirt Aull Mr. G Herbert
Walker, who will lie . halrman of tlie Ring
Cmmlttee on aimther evening, will have
as his assistants Mesar-. J. L l'erry Fran
cis and II. III.iki.-l. Collins. C II. Hut
tig anil other prominent citizens will offi
ciate at various performances.
All the boxes hnve lieen sold for the sea
son, ulili the ixi.pl Ion of a half dozen.
Among the Isixhohlers are:
Maror Kt.lU Wells. C H Spenrsr.
etlJ a'- A Itusrli
Kdwln A 1-mp. AVIltlamJ U-mpt
I) IL t-alboun Jr .
Mlhur 1. jnlall. I laule Kllpalrlcl,
IS. 1. i rawf .nl. ilui I K II .n
I- K VV r n tniu N ikrr.
Max It irthw In. s V Th. mps. n.
"Whan Bright's Disease is Present I
Always Preseribs Warner's Safe Cure."
rt8r-8
vJT "p
K V . Sjf
C . W VSA
trc-itment of I'rlght's Uleti.- In any
stage I cannot see how It Is going to harm my practice to make this acknowledgment
to ou. Stfe Cure has brought relief to many of my patients and by Its use I havo
effected cures In numerous cases that were very grave
"You will pl.is understand, then, exactly m position in regard to the use of
your rre.ll. Ine "A hen the symptoms show a clogged condition of the kldnev s when
evidence- of Wright's d'ensc are present. I write the rrescriptlon for Safe Cure, be
cauim I hnve- found that the remedy Is most effectual.
-W. I tO PART CURTIS. M D."
.More suffering; and deaths result from affection ot the kidneys than from
all other d'scases, and principally because they are not discovered In time.
If jou have the slightest doubts about your condition you should at once
TCCT VntlU VinHCVv? Let some morning urine stand II hours. If a reddlsh-
ILCI lUUil MUllLlO. hrown sediment formr or If particles float about in it.
or it Is the least cloudy or smok your kidneys are utterly unable to carry the waste
matter out of the Isxly. and If allowed to run on without treatment will daily grow
worse Or If you are alreidy suffering from pains tn the back, rheumatism, unc-aekl
poison, rheumatic gout, gravel, diabetes. Bright dlse-tse. irnammatlon of the bladder
ami urinary organs, scalding pains when you urinate, eczema. Jaundice, swellings or
Inmlil liver, or. If n woman, hmrtnt-wlnim sensation, fnlntlnir srtells. nninful perloilrl
or Mi-called female weakness. our kidneys have been sertcusly affected for months.
as outwr.nl svmptoms seldom show themselves s-ntil the disease has been working a,
long time. There Is not a minute to be lost get a EOc N.ttle of Sife Cure at your
druggist. It will relieve jou at once and effect a permanent cure. It kills all disease-
gems.
SAFE CURE PRESCRIBED BY DOCTORS.
Warner's Safe Cure is absolutely the only complete, permanent nnd safe cure for
Brlghfs dlea.-e and all diseases of the kldnes. liver nnd bladder It soothes Inflam
mation nnd Irritation, repairs the delicate tissues, heals the organs, restores energy
and vigor and builds up a rtrong. healthy body
Safe Cure Is made entirely of herbs, ccntalns no harmful drugs. Is free from sedi
ment ant. ple-isant to take Prr-crib-d by doctors nnd used successfully in lendlns
hosrifils for ve rs. Sold -it ail drug stares or direct: BOc and JI a bottle.
Write to YV irners Safe Cure Co.. Rochester. X. Y . for free medical book.
. PEFlNESLB-TlTUfE-. Ihey r worthies and very oftan exceedingly daoferoas. Aii
far Warner's Sate Cure; it will cure you.
WAHNEK'3 SAFE PILLS move the towels gently and aid a. ajxedj- cure.
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S2I.75
Either of These-
IRON BED, SPRING, MATTRESS,
4 nmpletr fo JJ c-i-;h a1 bilincc paj'
nt jo w ekl Th- t I is worth H.
th spring ii aril the nmrti S3 110
vv.tth .leu1 lorrt i t-c (? M Q
f r tt- . w.-rk on terrr fj.UQ
mi in mid above vs ""
HOCKKKn.
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M -" jy w ffer
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wyjz&i
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I. II tirl
11 - I.UVII
1-J Orrised-irk.
1 1 -la I tit 1.
II Ful'-rton
Hit 1 ,Iph Wnh. rg.
Kees-M&rshalt
Bros..
Jivek Tinker,
1II SHell .-v-hnaWr.
Taomas ItanHolph.
IHs-tor V J Imii.
J I O'XelL
llert Lawmn.
II. V. Lvwhermann.
Ilenrge JIM.ilt' n.
Isra Iaartis.
Hrytn ny.l r.
Claude Kilpatrkk.
T. V"-4?er
i A T r-t-.n.
I 1 I H.
Itus. i llttriing
Ihii. linn ksrlrth
II Rltnlu
J X O Jvhntw n.
Julius II K -hltr
H W i-hnsr.
T K Hsnl.v
I'tanters Hntel.
sithera HotH.
3Iortcn Jouroan.
J I llhlo.
8 l IMgar.
I II --lottrsgen.
r It- Tate.
T Morrey.
V D ttarrtner.
James K. MaMnX.
TiMsi to i'i.ay m-:i.i.i:u.i.K.
nurUe's Professionals Have Taken
the Trolley Leaguers On for a.
Tlirre-Hame Series.
Jimmy Burke's team of "All-Professionals"
will play a return match with tho
Belleville Trolley League team at Belle
ville this afternoon.
Last Sundav the St. Louis team defeat
ed the lt.II vilie club in a doe match. In
fact, the re-ult of the game was so dos
that the backers of the Trolley Iaguo
team have wagered tSO on the result of
a three-game series, to be played at Belle
ville McFarland and Burke, the two membora
of the fardinais plavlng with the "All
profcIonals." covered the Btllevillo
men's mone.
Should Belleville win to-day the St.
Louis team will play another game next
Sunday afternoon.
Belleville will have In the point" for
them Paul Companion, the St. Louis
oungster who did well as a member ot
the Colorado Springs team of the West
ern league last season, and Thomas, who
caught him last season.
In the matter of professional players tho
St. Louis team will have very little edgo
on the Trolle Leagutra.
Alliirnej 1Iar-.li I'lcrtcd.
At a special election yesterday in Upper
Alton. Attrrney J. V E Marsh was
elected I're-lilent of the Village Board of
Trustees, and John D Meg wen and J. E.
Chrltoe Trustees The other candidates
for Ptesldmt were E. C James and KIley
P Ok in. The Trustees had no opposi
tion -Dr. W. Hobart Curtis.
Dr. Curtis Usss SAFE CURE Ex
clusively in ALL Complications
Caused by Kidney and Bladder
Diseases.
The doctor Is n noted specialist of
Rochester. N T . and enjoys a wide rep
utation as an authority on kidney
troubles. HU remarkable success in
treating Bright's disease alone has ex
cited the interest of doctors everywhere.
He writes:
"I am moved to write you because my
success in treating disea-es of the kld
ncs lias aroused considerable discussion
among my fellow-practitioners. Further
than this, I tlisire that ou shall know
the truth of thi matter as touching upon
the use of your medicine by me It Is
not my Intention In this connection to
give you testimonial or indorsement,
but (dmpl to state the farts as they exist.
"I have had a thorough knowledge of
the formula of Warner's Safe Cure for a
h. -!... a. ...w. a an.l f rros.eltw It rtw.
ularlv for r-..n forms of acute and
chronic kidney disease. Further than
this. I have found it Invaluable In tho
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