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THE REPUBLIC: ST'XDAY
OCTOBEK 2r,. 100:
Hih and C. IS. C.
Miss Crawford Wins Forecast
mmTlVTJ r.n Dillon Covers a Mile
I ! IMJIt i Ir'.SM and Is Xuw
JL J-iJ- VJJ (Jll, ,. of ,Iie Trotiii." Tu; !
Teams Win: Wasliiuglon
Stakes at Fair Grounds
From Gond Field.
AN INTERESTING POOL SITUATION.
THE- REPUBLIC FORM CHART.
TRYING FOR A CORNER POCKET,
ST I,, I is fAK ASSOCIATIONS AFTTMN MnrrnNG-4J.to.r rl Nineteenth
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FINAL SCORE STANDS 17 TO 5.
Larppst-Crowd in the llisto; .,
ihf Annual lOontost Turns
Out to Soe the
"1 ltTlnj' Football llrsulls.
Al PTirceton rriceton IT. Dartmouth e
At mbrida-HarYard.3., Brown
-At Sir T(tit-Onlimlila I', rennsjbania r
AX "Ithara Cornel! 41. Western Ite--ie I
At Carlisle-Indians li. Swanhnwrc ;
At Annapolis- Lafayette . . Nar .
.At West i;olnt-Yale 17. West Point :
At Andover Adover -41. Harvard freshmen 1
At Amherst Amherst IS.' Trraitv e.
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on."T r.iiv ani w. 11. cleakwateh.
Wh.i l...w jut rnmiileiiil a Mr actional cue battle at the Uroadnay Pool Emporium.
V-t Paint. X. r.. Oct 2t The largest
ciowd thafvT atteirfrl a football jnn
at "UM F6Int trimessed the annual con
test between West Point anU Tale.- the
New Haven representatives T.'lnnlns by
a wor uf 17 to .
Tlte game &tarte with a kick-off by
Yale. The bait changed hands frequent
ly, but the eadct were safners in almost
every exeHanse. Prince punted every time
the arm Koal was threatened, and Yate.
whilo the wind was against her. could
not sain anv advantage. Uy hard rushes
through the line and arourd the enas. tho
army pot the ball to Yale's ten-vard line.
Here a fumble sai-e Yale the leather and
Ijotvman punted. Hackett Tried for a fair
rateh n the amy'? fort-yard line and
was slwn twenty yards for interference.
This hruusht tht- ball to Yale's twenty
yard lire, where H-tckett held the -ball for
a ptic kick and Doe kirked a prettv oat
- In the nest formation Val- pulletl her
Felf together and nent to work in earnest
Th- army ttam wsis forced steidili- 1ia-k
until Ov)ryley cot twf-'slon of the lrall and
ruslied over the goal line for -a touchdonn.
- Bowman Kicked RoaU
In the third play of the second half
Mitchell kicked a goal from the Held on a
wife catclu This- was followed up with
heavy line work until Mitchell was forced
over, Wet Point's coal for a touchdown.
Bowman kicked goaL Pinal score: Yale.
IT; Wfs-t Point. 5.
w ot l-olnt.
lo. . . . .
wraw . .,
It nc- ...
tift tacWe ..
.". Left guard ...
Itteht curd .
Klchl tarlvle .
,... Ouarter back
.1-lt Lair back..
possible by fumbles. A notable feature f
ihc game was the fact that, despite tin
!eirien!tion with nhlrli Nth Fides pliyed.
but on iienaltr wa-s iiiilicted. That v.i
n Chicago. When Within menu- v irds .f
Illinois" s gual In the recond half she lo-t
tin yards for off-side play.
Chicago won the to. and for luilf an
hour Ktraishl football kept the ball a safe
distance from both goals. Thn Burnmn
fumbled, ami Roihgeb. who played a star
same for the boys from Chamitain.
scooped up the ball on Chicago's fifty
yard line, ard nude the first touchdown.
Chicago's dejection was dep. but a mo
ment liter. LVkerxall. who has a liabit of
roinff Kh) vards in ten second. "ir thf
ball on a punt, on his own tiftv-two-yard
Tine, and by skillful use of his interfer
ence and a fierce burst of speed, which
carried him like a Hash past the three
would-be tacklers. he ran down the lleld
for Chicago's fnt touchdjwn.
Iiison tas the next to electrifr the
crowd. Illinols's rish' cm! was boxed and
Ivison made twcnlxclie yards to goal
Wilhoot hindrance. Hothgeb. in the sec
ond half, marred his brilliant work br a
fumble on his own forty-van! lice. Cat
lin capturing the'ball and making a touch
down. Ellsworth converted all three cf
Chicago's touendowns into go.il. Tho
weather was nearly perfect, and 10.MCO per
sons saw the game, whk-h was played on
DEFEATED BY LOMBARD.
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a to anju-h, thrtt aanrf up faat and wen as
4 aad no mMwBK. Rlb waa altrea a very
e.-t to-day and stowed when ane looked like a
O. OtU. 1WI.
I rare, for 5-year-olds and tip. jan;-.' J. six furlonit:
By a Hepubllc Photographer.
Who has Leen secured by Frank Benson to conduct the Broadway Pool Emporium.
I.onls lloya Ire Defcnlt-il nt :ul
tl -rfr. 111., by the Sriire f
ltrtrn tn Mi.
1'amnortb Itlzht halt back Metcalf
Thtjo rull bark Bowman
T.udMi, wrns OKeley 1. Mitchell. 1. Goals f rem
toucbdtn Ilowman- 2. toala -from held loc
1. MUihell t Time of halves Twenty and fif
iiAitYAim in. iiiiowx o.
Gnme I'lajed Almost Ilxclmlicly
the. Vliltors Tcrr!tir.
Cambridge. Mas?., Oct. 51. Harvard had
no dillii ulty in defeating Brown to-day, Si
too. Brow n made tho required tivc yards
lc one single instance throughout 'the
game. The game was made up almost en
tirely of mass plays through the center
and between the tackles and guards.
Irf-moyiK'H kliking was one of the strong
features of the Harvard game, but. except
in out or two instances, the Harvard
lcks were unable to make more than live
r ten yards in running back Brown's
A notable feature at the start was when,
on Brown's kick-off, Nichols caught the
ball on hfs own seven- aril line' ahd ran
the length of th field for a touchdown.
The first half nded with the score 3 to 0
In Javor of Harvard.
JCIchols. after the fcfnrt nf tho ceAna
half, practically duplicated his feat of the
early part of .the game, catching a punt
on the Brown's forty-lire-yard line and
skirting along tho edge of the field across
the goal line for the fifth, and what proved
to be the last, touchdown of the game.
1 fan ard. rosltlon. Brown.
Jnoyn- Bnrj;e55..T.it end Schwlna
JjatktnKKl I-n tackle H agins
Jtobineon Carr!ck..Ltrft Guard McGrvccr
Furden Wilder OntT .Clter
A. Marshall Want guard Fletcher
?"rI. ;.--,-. niht fckle ebb
ISowdltch Montg-y.ltlKht end ijusj
C. Manual Quarter bacf PenddT
Uichola nandalI...L.ft half back Curtis
.,. . rrrall
"""'i--. iurnt nair oacK wals'i
Bchoelkopf Fun back Slmouskr
.P?"?: BarvanJ . Ilronn 0 Touchdowns
Nicholas : Meier t Scboclkcpf 1. GoalsMar
shall 4. Time Twenty-five end twenty minute
It loon I'oora...
.IW: end .. .rittt lers
... Left tackle Harmon
...lyft guard.. .netbceb-AIlea
....Illsht guard.. Falrwaather
....n.cht tackle.. PhiprsWiify
. .Hltht end Ka-tnn
...Quarter tack Muhl
Ulstt halt back-.DIener
.Ix-ft lalf back llonton
uatun-wnslitaian.I--ull lark MiKn-sht
A'ortIvrctcrn S.1. Cincinnati o.
-Clnclnnitl. O . Oct. ;t. Tl Northweero
cleicn from Kvaneton cutwelsned ar.J oui
tlatsed tjie eleven of tl Ualterslty of Cincin
nati In iery way to-day. The crowd waa a
nl-biaker here, and the demonstrations
were ; mast cnthaIaKlr The (eatutra were tho
tackllnt: of Fleacer. the klckln- ot (Vlton tho
1 uckirn: tr IndUn l-hllliiif. and the local knock-S"u-.a
?",f don chances belnc n-eviry In
the OnctDlia-.l line-up on account of sllrhi in
t5 .' Onclnnatl irai handicaps Sr the
Hmkavr brothers. Mc-Oure and olhera 'being
Irst half Cincinnati P. KorUurelem -t
Jwnd half llnUimall . Northwestern it.
nnal cor-Cinnnnatl n. Northwestern ii.
Nelirankn SI. Cnlurndo 0.
erH?1!- b i -' -Xra ran away
from Colorado on the r..jtlu nld thin after
noon, n lnnlna by a score of S- too. The moun
taineers were llehter ihan their opponents, anl
were ouUIast-ed In erry Ftl. of play In the
recend half Nebtaska played more than half
or her scrub team- The lMtors roade two or
three pretty end runs, and tneir tacklln: was
1Vleonln nl, Knox College It
Madison. V1 rht n L-n., ,-Ao .
the llrjt man oer the Wlsrunsin goal line In
a stubborn curr.e at Camp Ilamloll thi after
noon, but was defeated by a ecore or SI tn C
The nrst halt waa full of unexcusable fumbles
L-5..'?nfJn- but they buckled down In the
-j.... v1 'uw, HiHwy ran the
eleten oft the tteld.
Cnlver -12, tognnnport 0.
Culver. Ind.. Oct. 3 Colter Military Acad
emy defeated Loeansport Hlsh School this aft
ernoon by a score of to 0. The High School
boys were utterly h-lple'j before Culter'a of
fense, but the cadets' defene was ery wik
and rriatedly the Loanrport backs mode
their distance only to fumble and thu lose the
I'BIXCCTOX 17, MAHTjIOUTH 0.
mjrera Have Hard Slruggle and Win
After l'lght to the I'lnlsh.
Princeton, N. J.. Oct 24. Princeton de
feated Dartmouth this afternoon by a
score of 17 to 0. Tha game was a fight to
the finish, and Instead of giving way In
the second half. Dartmouth played a
much better offense. Up to tho first score
the game was chiefly an exchange of
kicks on the third down, in which Prince
ton steadily gained.
The visitors fumbled on the eight-yard
line, and Kaffer icored on a hurdle. After
Dartmouth had made her .first down.
Vaughan craw led from under the jillc and
stole down the field for sixty-live yards,
when Miller outran him and prevented a
score. First halt 6 t-i u.
Dewitt started -the second half by a sen
sational run of eighty-live yards. . Prince
ton stmck the heavy line eight tlmS3. us
ing Miller and IJart. Then Cooney made
the second touchdown. Line-up:
....Left end ....
Left tackle ..
1-eft. guard ..
....Itlght end ...
: . HUlloek
. Glaie Herr
. Knfers Stcvena...
..Quarter back ....-IVUbam
.Left halt back Dillon
..Rlebt half bactVouglian
..Full back ........ Knlbbs
Touchdowns Kaffer 1. Cooney 1. McClave'l
Goals from touchdowns Vetterleln t Time of
halves Thirty and twenty-llie minutes.
CHICAGO IS, ILLINOIS 0.
Clinmimlgn Lads Score First, but IJo
IVot Get to Goal Attain.
Chicago Oct 21 Chicago showed a
highly encouraging improvement over last
Saturday in to-day's football game wltn
the University of Illinois, and defeated
tho latter brilliantly IS to a All of the
touchdowns were mada on long runs, two
ot them, one on each side, being made
816 Chestnut St., - St. Louis, Mo.
The Itni.IAIILC necInlIM
Cures private and chronic dis
eases. Lost Manhood. Kervous
Debility. Lost Vigor, Seminal
Weakness. Nlrtit Losses. De
bilitating Dreams. Early De
cay. Varicocele, remits of er
rors or excesses Urinary- Dis
eases. Gleet. Stricture. Un
natural Discharges and all dis
eases cf Kidneys and Bladder,
and Dlood Poison, all stages.
ITOItlveH eurea ftut.ortn,in
patients treatad by rualt Book free.
$1.00 P R WEEK for Treatment.
Consultation free. Call or write. Hours: S a.
m. to S p. zs. Sundays, 10 a. a. to 3 p. m.
lie Mninem Snorred I n.lee.
Klrkmllle. Mo. Oct ft The game of foot
ball in this elty tn-day between the A. S. fall.l
School air Osteopathy of Des Moines, la . and
the A. K O. team of this clt resulted In a
score ot 7S to 0 in favor t the A. H O.
Ynle Wins the Finals.
New Haven, Conn.. Oct Zi Yale tills after
noon won the finals In tbe doubles cf the In
tercollegiate Tennis Tournament from Columbia.
7 . C . 6 t. fi J. Claim and F- A. Colton
repreeentea 1 ale and 1. is. Mahan a
iauRaira piaycu lor uoiumbta.
1 and H. Mc
Mlnor Football Games.
moomlnctnn. III.,' Oct. It. Sprtncfleld Hlrh
School outplajed the local High School this
afternoon, defeating It by a score of to 0.
Macomb. lit. Oct. n.-LewIston High School
S. fctate Normal e.
,FmdovTil. HI . Oct. il.-Sandoral S: Brown's
Central Duslnow College 6. '
Jacksonville. 1IU Oct. H -Illinois Tf
Mutea . Greenfield High School 5.
i,22!n1.a.ts-3L0i.0ct- ! The Golden City
Hlch School football team defeated the Green
fie'd High School In a one-sided game here this
afternoon II to 0.
TayloryMe. lit. Oct :i.-Cllatea lllgh School
defeated Taylorvlllo here toay by a score ot
rrjnceton. lit Oct- :i -Aurora nigh School
C, Princeton High school e.
III.. Oct. SI. Normal H. De-
Madlson. lad . Oct It IVabasb "College El.
Hanover College 0.
At Lafayette. Ind. Purdue IS. Oberlln r
At Ijexlntrton. Ky. State College 47, Miami
At Carlisle Indians K. Fwarthmors College S
At TbneVa. Km. Wanhlmm ftlle . Un.
cola Medics .
rm.NCCTO.v Mi'piaxrs uvuvAitii.
Frank O. Itelnlinrt Xovr-Holils Indiv
idual Golf Clinmplanakln.
Gar Jen City. Oct. :i .Princeton supplanted
Ilan-ard as the holder of the individual cham
pionship honor of the IntercolicKtate Golf As
soclatloii, when Irank O. llelnhart defeated W.
C Chick by four ,up and three to play In thJ
nnal iound of the tournament over the Garden
City links to-day. Neither of these players
had been m the honor places In previous Intir
colIeKlate champlonshlj ... althouah both have
been prominent in open tournaments In tha
Kelnhardt's steadlrtss at all stages darinsr th
mominE round of eighteen holes gave him a de
cldtd advantage, as he Cnlthed four up en els
opponent, but the latter held his own during
the afternoon round and fought every tnen of
the way and and In.
.J? Kf? i'S""3?' WTO " team ehamplcn
shlp ant individual championship, the latter
honor being captured by u, csandjer liran.
who was defeated jesterday by his clubmate.
(.nick, so that lhe honors are divided this rear
between Harvard and Mncton. the rormer hav
Iok retained the team championship.
Following are the carta hi the final round of
the Individual championship:
Hye holes not piaed.
Rrlnbart 4 S
Chick .- 1 s
llelnhart 4 S 4 S 4 S S 5
'"out 5 5 ' i
Itrinnart 4 4 S 4 7 X
Cl-'ck 4-4 (6665
Rtlnhart 4 E 5
Calck 1 c ; S
Galcsburs. Ilk. Oct. :i.-Imbard de
feated Washington I'niverslly liere to-day
bv a score of 11 to i Washhiaton .11.1 not
develop as much strength as was antlct
lalcrl. and was especially weak at the
The St Louisj lioys could do nolhlng with
Lombard's line, and all attempts at buck
ing were received with welcome by the lo
cal team. Washington alo showed poor
Work at IlUntintr :m! u-fe iinahl. n m.L.
any clear gains in this way.
The big men on the Lombard line easllv
broke through the Washington line, and
effectually blocked all attempts at goot!
.wor,:. Tolson for Washington hurdled the
Jjombard line and made the liest iilav for
that team, and Krause. after a run of
thiny-tlve Yards, made a touchdown for
Lombard fumbled at critical times.
When the game opened In the first hair
the two Wilson brothers', who play right
and left half back for Lombard, made a
luriy-yaru run eacn and secured a touch
down. Arthur Wilson enjoying- the honor.
No goal was kicked.
A feature of the game then appeared
when Tplson. Uie Washington full back,
hurdled the Lombard line repeatedly.
Krauz. for the visitor", s-ucccded In
making the touchdown after a thlrly-flve-yartl
nin. and goal was kicked. Ivimbarl
made good jralns and placed the ball over
wo uue. out ruropieu arm a touch Dack
was tire reitt. Seore, fi to P-.
In the second half Tolson showed the
best work Tor Washington, but was finally
pulled from the game on account of in
juries, and Garstang was . sulxtituted
Lombard Tumbled during the half and
would have made another touchd .n but
for this octurrence. which resulted in an
A feature was Lombard's holding Wash
ington on Its own four-yard line for
downs. Lombard then worked tbe ball
across the Held for a touchdown and Hart
grove kicked goal score. 11 to .
The remainder of the half was taken up
with passing the ball from one end of tbe
field to the other, although the oval was
In the Washington territory most of the
time. The line-up:
Lombard. Poeitlnn. Washington.
Ayars Left end J. 1: j .ft!
Jansen I-ft tackle Kiaus'
wertman Lft guard Wets
Stiaffer Center Case!
iV0" ltlght guard GarrtaBC
llartgrore Itleht tackle .Fuller
l-a!mr Itlaht end Snell
VE?.': tvnfr back ..:....Ev lUshoK
A. W llNOn T!leh S-,1 S.lr IN.lm.n
11. Wll-on ift half back.. .".".'.".'.'.. .Sni.lh
.lvord-Fohtr....I'iilI back Tosxaa
FO A S O LI-CA 1VOX STA IvC
Dick Welles Wins nt One to Ten at
Cincinnati. O.. Oct :i.-The fall meeting
of the Latonla Jockey Club opened this
afternoon with a large attendance and
a fast track. The card was an excellent
one with the Tobacco Selling Stakes as
the feature. The race was won by Fon
stluca. The first race was won by Dick
Welles, at I to 19. in the betting. Sum
mary: ..Fnit.,ar. s'1 rurlones-Dltk W.lles. uj T
Knlcht). 1 to w. won; Ke-I Hawn. p-i l.
. 16 to L secHvl. Carl Kah'er, M9 ij
Walshl. 14 to 1. thlr.1 -rim. 11. i..' ...7
itSSSiir"'.111"' aikl " elchth Mint Bed.
irWuell). ? to j. moo; Hiliri.. SI lUoUndi. a
.'J.', h "XJ01: Mosketo. Ml tFreichtl. ! to J,
1Z?1 ASr011-. l'lnwrte. Chickadee. HoOate
"Sft . yTiro1 and cruxehan al-o ran-7hir,!,ra.r'-
.n,, """-half furlooBs-Apnle.
tU T,:'-rn- wiJ ' won: Huckleberry FIbb.
1m vSSST'?' ? "L.'-.nr"1: Marshal Ne.
e-. Oadon, saiitate. Commodore. tJoid nk,
H-ni.rt'ianK',Y'm aD'1 Marlboro also ran
fourth race. Tobacco Seii.ng stakes, mile
Foneoruca. i (Horrter). i to cT wc Karl
vS&. S-nonner.,, 'io I. TecSdf J0K1
IMlia Ethel WheaC I-fota WlllourtL?. Hfiee
r lieaucalre also ran ''
nfih rac-. rue rurlongs-Lida IJeb. MS
ritoiia-som, K to 1. won: silk iiaki MiVr'.,ri7
ti2v".: 3iS Mehmana. - Kelly)
ivS: Sal,1 MIS' Kn Claire. Mellla. I.yrret.
C?S32 aDd Combs also ran. -'.
nili?ni.rair'."e fur'onES-The Beer. 7 (Bo
raanellli. 16 to t. won: Taxman. n iFrteMi x
HS i&zzz fsfe?St
!. r St-mrtr. Sayers' us
ish- More, t'jhr't i tn
JVt tieji. Ilaaek t6
M. "(11... Ianti 1 Ms '
l Ik Urav. I. Austin. 1 1 1
Ketettg Lsire. Uvtas-I t
st.n ' K!
S.llirs. Kolev 191 1
l.lrln. Ilankett.. s 1
i..'ii an Gi
s :x.tntn,v Knlifbt. .Vagle.' 3
S7 diier. J. Tayk r..l Mff
Op-jCl. I PL
s'i-i: i.v-t V. eas ly: second sasae. Wbaar. Newnssn Kkan's ch. tc. i. DeeaM
A ISirmul II. SrbartT won palled op. Bore ran hbt nee. Gaasj was ghrea a very ttatH
ride Mu-.nt trad nu mishaps. Cray ran to her form.
Tins ., J4U. :, 1:15.
'UlO Fourth race, the Forest city Stakes, for I-year olds: value HJasV. one mile:
mt Mlw Crawford. Doml-
"C Wabuil HU1. Boyd..
?; 'Lord Hermann.. F.
I Sin 11 h ' Ml
7 tlueler. D. Austto ' ?
ri3 mi stone. Heidd f 131 1
k: iimbaitrn, sbeehafi I tut i
!t lorn O-lllah. Calrit....; X 1
4 I I 39m
F I 1
t I 7
I I I Uettlne.
) & r. (ots.ctii'L
I .. I .. l..i.. ..
j Gay Lothario, sir Carter. Fine Art. Totnesa and
I Ttthoaic a!4 ran. - '
xvcund twee, aboar lw atyl one-half mile.
chamll.y steepieebaar Knrktht. 13. iDonohaei.
U to V woo. Isdjl PhllHBA. Iii Jtalel, K t
. second: Gypiie. J (Btraharli. But,
third Time. ':L Only three fcnleind. Ga'ctr
aal Baron l"epfer tVtL
Third raee. x -fnrtonra. Ir"ltree stakea
Stalwart. 1 (Hetlf'tni. itoR waa: Oitnodox,
III lOkHBi. to 1. second: Dick Tarpln III
Bullnurl. 7 to i thir.1 Tim-. 1:11 J-S. Kohl
soar and Gold Dome abu ran.
Vourlh race. . ne and one-qoarter mile. Bll
ow Handkap-salratella. yt .lied fern). 7 to
t won: IMsenla Bun-h. 10 illlclu). 1 to S. sec
jnd: Hnmibourne. lc (Odomi. to i. third.
Tlaie -: l-i. Sheriff B,u. Stamplcg GrqEnd.
Klchlfal and l.ux (i.ta a-n ran.
Flf:h race. sl;.-ir. Iin. and one-t Ixteenth mile
-1 nmaske.!. l .Fuls-rl - to I, won. Oarlota.
t iMead-i. to 10 . s-e. r.. Ia-ket. ( rtrBTI
em. m to 1. third. Tim. 1-4 --S Mary street,
lit land. Ilalkil. EUllcs Cottag- Maid. Ceaun
drvm and lane al ran
isixth race, liindlcap. six furlongs Gav IVr.
US lOdonil. 7 to 1. -x.tt: Damon. 110 (OXrtl'l.
S to I. sect.nl: fVntusior. lie (Hfetbiica) z to 1.
thlr.1. Time. 12T-. lee Watc Ingoki. Ascen
sion. Paul Cllltord. ilrUe Krai.- I.. Youns
Henry. Krlaadler and ilonmel also ran
neann leit at tne t.t
start eoo.1 f..r all but O-Hlch. Won easily: second drrviac. Winner. W. W. lMrvKn-j ch.
f " TennyFio II. Omwfotd was Iwst and woo cantering. lflU raa to ats beat (orak Bugler
ran his race Stone tired after a half. Zmhrslen caa do better.
Time-ev :5L HK. l:Oi.
nfth race, for 3-year-oWs and up. purse 3e9. mile and seventy yards:
H71 Pierce J.. FiHr ji
1-1 IFmily Oliver, c. Miller 1M I
v 11 nun ssayer. tjaioi....
'Morris Volmer, Ixuden.
ttesEi v arna, 1 ons lariBg-
1ft .False. Geonre
V! IStloe. I. Austin
j Iveaot Vtctrix. Ilon
WI flUai. J Tarlor
m) li"erl Direr. lKxon
V'f. .IHariM. M. J.Dson..
1J7 tlaiene. stovall
IN' S I
1M I 3 1
I s '
1; i 1 1
MC ! 1
7 I I
I Ml II
CIIII. WON HAADfCAP.
nrrosT Marcln In Most
Chicago. tct Zi. olonIal Girl, backed
from S to t down tn 4 to 1. won the Krirt
iK-arborn Handicap at Worth to-day. aft
er one of the most exciting finish.. seen
here thU year Witfcl coupled with Po
theen, as the HiMrcth entry, and held nt
I to I. wr.i? seeond ami I Know. -K F. to 1
Imril. T!ie nine starters were so camt..t. i
!y tun Ii-.l ai ill, wire that not nior thai,
two Iei-th 'i Tat.d them all. The -1 e
was worth tt . the winner. ,,iJt'1cr
clear ar.-l . i.i Tr:iek faj,t. Sumtiar ;
First ra.e. neim fur! Mrs Henry M.Daale'.
(I. u-n 5 t sua, Era's DarnDK. l"2
(FerrHli. J to ... ,rd: Iverc.a. 39 J. liyk
er. s ;.. 1. third Time. 1 7S ; a. Belle JU
hoee. tedi. Aptu.-e. Martin. Florrstan. jir
Uai aivl Capable also ran
send race. n- farl..xs Xrertrt. ijj
(Adam-i. en. won. Mayor Johnson. tft .R
Taylori. to - wvond: Qoh: II. ins h rhll
lltwi. is to U thlr.1 Tim-. : 3. Jenifnhtirst.
Mlly Deck. Low I v. Xabockllsn and Ught Hunt
TWrd race, one mile. Fort D-arbora Handlcan
-Cob.nlal Girl. Ill iD HaU). 4 to 1. won wtSj
fnl. lis (C. Gray.. 1 to 1 recond. I KcoV. fSff
Ferrelb. 1 to 1. third Time, t i. Toarj:
Sidncn Lo,e. St. ITiinmaty. Potheen Doetoir
St-rJiens anl Havtland also raa
Fourth race, one ml si and a slxte-sth Lura
Ilchter. (II. Phtlltpsl. 13 to s. won; Ethylen-.
1S (Peilak. 7 to L second. Boodaa-e, 34 (Me
lntyrel. S to I. third. Tun-. l.tS 3-i. Malcr
T-ui Nitrate. Incubator. By Ways. Eia. nt-
. . .iig AtuiBlllc 1U90 EiU.
Fifth race, tire and one-half furlongs Wil
liam Wrtaht. ! tl'ollak). 5 to 1. won: Clifton
Forx-. HJ iWllltamsl, to S. aecond: The He
brew 10J ( J-hllllp.). & to 1. third. Ttme.
',-i Ra-n'and. Witchcraft, Ananias. Clang
or. I-rloee aiier Wings and King Ellsworth
Sixth race, roll- and a half Alrtrtat, SI (J.
Bockeri. 11 to c. won, Brief, 19; (WilsS). " to
B. second. Taner-d, iM Fv-llaek. 7 to t, third.
Time 31 t-i Fiscal. Mist Ll2a. Tufti. Lady
Chorister and Oimpass also ran.
i I h 1 ; m. s. ; f. orucL 1 ri :
no 1 a i J"i i Ti" 7 jj'iiJMMi.i-1"'1
'! ::::::: & o "i g ca. ipj. d ra n a n ,mta
7aki shdl C I I 7' Da K g g S B & rLlllSEaf) hH fifing i fl sfa fi" 1 1 &f 8 I
Mnki $hd! f i j Hsl ro o'l r N srfiS B Ufi W.SU fiaflWlSiyyl yilflUH i
C I thd I hdj 5 I M 3 I f) ' saw m say B
S' I I ! K I IO I I K I I- m yT . . S
IJ ' IV 1 IP I IP 11" ! 4) M
11' I 11 I IS I g I II I 1 1-' gs
Mart gnd. W easily: eecuid drtrlnc. Winner. It Hb4Ba' eh. a.. 4. Prince rl
MnaacoFarandelle. Iterc was modi the best. Oarer raa a study race. tSayer ran right to
her mark Vulm-r cloeed uo well.
Time-. :17h. a. . A4. 1472a. lfl, lit I:. 1:P;.
th rare, for -ytntr-Orla. and up. purse JJ. mile and seventy yards:
14I4 lvulk-hn. II. Andersen
!12 Jlraer. Foley
Ml l.nne Max. M. Johnson
l'i llletxet l. AuaUa.....
s ryiaiiot-r c. MW-r....
(Jack Younc I'ertras.
Mil IBenrat Iarlnjini
K7 ll-wimool 1-ks. calrit
I h n it & I f.
I Shd 4' 4 Vii
1 4 ! S V
1 las l" li !
., V J JT
' 7ao 7t 7" i
1 S J ' -&
I ino' Oil
t 9 SI 9
Ct I Pt
i i s '
7 1 IS
Start tvj w. n drttlnr: second easily. Winner, sttafefes Bros" ch. g. J, Ihalan
Qnadro4ex. I'ettljohn was best under a weak ride. Jiccer raa a cood race. Max had sp-ed.
but tired. Hetael tlre.1 wh-n called an. Avdd raa her race. Mallery was strea an easy ride
T!nre-.aW. :i:'-. . :lt &i. 1H. V-t. lX l:li. 1:KU-
Seventh race, for S-year-oMs; and up. nurs JJM. mile and an eighth:
Neversuch. fUil ..
:Traev. i. Austin
.1 1'W I
.1 Si' 7
I'Vptain !aton, Fo'ey.t ioj I
p. laviruc- 1
Jul 'Second Mate,
71 IGoldea Glitter. Doneaan' lag
K9 Isardlan. Ilunkett ...1 V
in IWUheMnlna. ivrktess:
3. I H Hj i I M. ) S. T. Op. ret
PIP I I 1 I pit I 111
7 ' 7 I ' 1 IH1 k CIS
3bd VUA aid I ?? J C-S(S-S
1 - I 1 I 1 I
3 7 : JS ' tbdl I ' 4 I 3 I 3
)!&' ts!! 7 1 4'V S I I C
ak, Snk' 4 I ! 7 ! I i ' I
I 1 1 ink tool too- , - , w j -
start aood Win easily: second sans-, winner. J. V Hashes' s ch. sr.. j. Mirthful
clymena. Neverit-h Improved sudlealy. had ala beat stared to-day. went te th- front In the
first half and wa. cantering tbcie-tfter. Treacy ran aa Intnroved race. Oaaton ma under- re
straint to the bu-t -tenth, and had nothlni left to finish with. Male tired alter a halt Glitter
Wt-m well t ir a n-.ii. thn tlrd
Tme 11. :.':. . -114. 1-MH. I.M. iru. i;. tai,.
BEST II FORECAST
with a good one yesterday. The crowd
was very' large anal the betting brisk.
MONDAY'S FAIR CROFNDS KNTRIES
Flt race Five farioarsa
sa Lasay ioraiir...ii
lwl 'llbrrlm ;irl...MC
Ml -Our Uille .. .
ln Cap ana Gown. I?
WT Minnie Jobn-
lSI IebMe Mar
E Sweet Myrtl
JI tKethaod ...
Darilen's Filly Gallojied Av;iy
From Old Stone in Slake
. Iivent at Fair Grounds.
Memphis Trotting Meet.
Mcmphl'. Tcnn . Oct. SI. Th- fellrrat.,, 1.
tlw summary of the irattlae rices beS5.i?
7:11 pace, puree ItW: e t9"I:
"Sft CTOUJ.' hT K"'C " O" F
Cousin Madge. bBi fn.'(Be!i-dicti I I
ss. 1, m. (Jamlsoni. ..!: " j
H1!'.-1-- b. c. (Ilemlna).. " J J
Minnie cnrfstv" 1. m .,..i."-I!v "
Nl-a.latw.bifc: b Voung,"?"--Tony
W.. ,r. h. (1104.1-1..:...
z.-ti, jjice. porre Ji.aM:
tsnowi"' br' h" hy B""rn Hal-Sttlls.
SSJSSk. Srfei"- wi":::::::::::: 5u5
imii:--. &? ,s,r- jAhb:::::::: 1 1
"McEwtnGeer,,:.-..15- 8- "-Bees
Msrv Anna, b m. (Snow!:."::" t
Pjelnr record for
xanr-Tcp j- (McDon-
niaKIItn t a-tr-JirTfr-'
w-i. 1 " " ""rT,...
ro beat .:-,;. world's
SOME "SLEEPERS'' WOKE UP.
S 6 C G 4
3 an ts
3 41 U
E 33 73
Time by ouarlers--au. su .13 i-iau.
To beat -:l. world'. Uttlnf ' ra to
Toi'-r "T M0i.."r. Bllllnnl.
" iujine-.ii. 1-wii. jatPi.
leSblyacreiceuT-3rl,r-' ,Wt,D-V 'VTSfal.
Time by quarters . ,. xhn,. iat.
.. Keene Ilelurns tr Amerlra.
tuckr turfman and trainer, who waa aueeend-d-t.y
nuaslan turf officials for nln- months
becauje of the alleted use of "dor-V" haaTre
turned from St. retersbonr Keena was ac
cused cf uslne; a mvsterious decoction to make
his hoi-Fes win. and because of J-alouslea amonr
Jw2.'7 ht w?r ,oM to '" " " carrledbli
case to the tila-hct authorities, and was toM
t resume hit tralnintr at the ots-nlnr rt th
raclne reason at Warsaw nxt May. H-5 will
spend a few months In Kentucky, and will
,iL-.,tB5"U '? 'roarr. 1 Us' record if
lis winning racrs Is the best ever known cf a
Xeversucli and Lady Free Iuiiyhl
Came to Their Foi in Sudden
ly, Displaying Improve
ment Over Former
Mia Crawford. IV. W. Daiden's Tenny
Flo II miy. won the Forecast Stake at a
mile In I:C4 at the Pair Grounds yes
terday. The cner-imi: beauty was not extended.
She was a 6-10-3 favorite, waited In fifth
place to the stretch entry, dashed to nrst
position In a sixteenth of a mile, and
won cantering by half a dozen length.
The time, the manner of her winning and
the weight carried starrps her as a ftily
of splendid class and speed.
Walnut Hill ran second to Mfaag Craw
ford. Lord llerrnence was third, a half
length beck. Bugler was fourth. Old
Stone, the top-weight, was way back In
the rock. He led for a half nUle then
Quit to nothing.
NO FEATUBB TO OTHEP.S.
The other races were without particular
feature. Neversuch waa a much better
horse than he was previous time out,
when lie was favorite and out of the
money. He had hbt speed yesterday, led
all the way. and won. eased up quite an
improvement Captain Gaston, the favor
ite, was given an Optimo ride, held too
hard, and had nothing left to finish with.
Quaker Girl and Lady Free Knight re-
tersed form a good bit In their r3-c-. j
.i-ree Knight got an easy Hdo from t ji
See- nd race-six foTlotiaa-
Faith lines ....ne: ioh
79 Howard P. . ..I"
111 Hondo 1S
S casly SSi
SSS -i-eneral lllg... Si'
S-s Eleanor How- 1
ST 'Nina Fly Wi
A HMUte .
Kiss Qoick ... MC
'Mr l-hlntiy ..Tli-x
Lou Beach 1(a)
Third race Flte and one-half furlonas :
JC CWtn George., lis
1CW3 lama s HI
SS4 Itllly WbodantMa
Han Tootsey Mack. .Ill
S Kiowa Chief.. .Ill
MR logolthrlft ....ill
t7) Wtodlsin Ill
7 Capitol I
J5I l-onchartrala . IS
Ha I-nrahone 1
W Dusty MHI-r ..111
rii oni ianKtns..iti
Ilt Merrle George III
M-rers A ct s siaff cf lrrlclxas.
Louis's Master S-x-aluts.
This applies to evei
young:, middle-aged or
old man who has been
guilty of violating na
To men with Blood
Poison, Lost Vitality,
Failing Memory, Stric
ture, Varicocele, Weak
Back, etc., etc.
OUR GUARANTEE BS
KOT A DOLLAR SSEED BE PAID
(lor mctl.ni nrr rnirr nntl it never fall to enrr In anj cair thnl.
In cnrnlile. If you rnunot be curcil rc it I II not accept your
monrj,a oar repatntlon Is TrortH more tn as than amy amount of
money you conld pay u. HR.lnc xt Ihnrnach knowledge of the dis
eases wp treat. It only reqnlrfi an examination of yonr case to
LnoiT TThether or nnt rre can care oa. Jinny men Tfho hiiTC been
iinsnert.fully treated Iir others lmvr been cured by ns. AVc make
no clmrjze for exaniluntlon. Come and see If yon can gsct Trell.
Fourth race Six furlongs-
1M7 1-ady adrls .... v, i.y.7 ij,,t Kent .... K
Mh) Klastlc 13 1 117 Mocorlto y
JS Mallory H! CIS Molne T. M
S Annie Max .... K !4 Malster .Ill
M BHdaw 11SI4) Tank Ben ....im
Fifth race One mile an.l one-stxte-ntn.
TO llaurquol Iaa
Jiwrquot fa... nil!J Athelmy
C.lennerls 1" 1413 Ijalj- SlraUl-
Jack Young.... w' ,.,
Sixth race One mile and seventy yards:
111 aAnles s
MH 'lana Kisbb... j, is.) Kxapn sn
let Wllhetmlna ... . lii All-s-ac j
MO 11-rre J M' ft Baronet VH
. I.'altlasnvi ... .e' M 'laiaso x
$ Ooswwel! oS lel Disras
IMS Larry Wilt ...14.
Apprentice allowance claimed
.- . T.nK REPUBLIC SELECTIONS',
ltrst Kaee-Lady Thistle. Debbie May. Ap
Itae-W1ll Shelly, Mr Phlnlsy. KUt
TMnl Race Woo.lsoo. Tom Mankins. Dosiy
Wxth naee-Pierce J . Helen Print Aula
Re-Bridire. nn MaT. ,.,,.
-Alhetr.. . tllennevis. la.
VTA LWA HT WO.V I'lLVTt'H II,
Three Horses Hen lis Apart In
New York. Oct 2I.-The second half ot
ftaasa TVsaJ. sak. a asas a - . '
.. a .uuncs: hiski 01 .. tor colts: and
geldings, the feature of the closing day of
the Brighton Beach Raring Association
autumn meeting, was won In a driving
finish by E. R. Thomas's Stalwart, fn
vorlte. with M. U Hayman's Orthodox
In the Billow Handicap, one mile and a
quarter. Salvatella. Eugenia. Burch and
Hurstbourne came to the wire in a furi
ous drive, heads apart. In the fast time
of ZM l-i.
Kn right won the Chantiily Steeplechas
by a sixteenth of a mil- from Judec
Gascar. Gyjisle and Baron I'enper fell,
but Bernhardt, who rode Gvosh. re
mounted and finished Ihlrd. Summary:
I1rt '.c iic and cse-bair furl- oca- rvf
K"lr-- 111 idillen. siii n 1, . r. .- ,.,r
itaillnar. -. n I, rc ni. laJr M'rthfiiL 107
Vlt In her nrevlous race. ch- enme h-,ek- Iilie ' .? ' ""i"' T?"- ' " The
' - - ajwi.'. uay iai- -ic, Aficquia, ifrsr accrpe,
Some of the diseases we cure even
after ether special!' fall to relieve In
private Disaster; J?.
to !0 dav No mrretiry or potash. If
you hate white patches In the mouth
or Herat, or on the tongue. sorc, spots
on tho face scalp or body, falling
hair, bone pains, runnlnrc sores, etc .
don t neglec t yourself another day. De
lays are darKerous. CaU and lnvestl-
Kate Imw we cur blood poison forever.
B our treatment
there i no euttinr;
no tjin-. no electric- shocks. We cure
w!thou"t oieratlon. thus avoiding the
horror- of surgery No chloroform. No
pain. No detention from business.
NERVOUS DEBILITY AND WEAK-
HCCO Are you less vlsorous tha'
HUGO yoa used t(J , j you ,ac,
the amtillon a MAN oueht to have-
Pain across the small of the back
falline; memory. 1 of courage, un
accountable fear, cowardice, wander
ing mind, weakness? Beware! If yot
have any or all of lhes symptoms j on
must know that the vital and menta
weakness Is the cause of more ilom-s
tl trouble-moro dixorte ca-e an
suicide than all oth'r diseases put
tOKether. Come to ti ar.tl I-t us makf
a MAN of o.t. W. 1 111 ture jou ab
solutely In 30 to e Jujc.
WIDOWERS AND MIDDLE-AGEr
HCll W"ho ore 1-Kinnln)e to notice th
IIIa.ll wane cf their itality can com
to u for Ju.-t the right klrsl o
help a-il start llf.- anew. Our treat
m.-.t x' 'ntrs the vltsl iwwers quickly
si-fe'y anl permanently.
YOUNG MEN WITH LOST VITAL-
ITy Your hamli are sweaty an
il I lammy. d.tk circles aloi.
jour v.-sj. jour -Ieep does not res
j.Mi: j-iu get up fecline; tired; yot
hate at.trrh. bad breath, pnlpitatior
of tlie Ij.-arf, ttembtlnK, sweaty feet
blurred eyesight, dizziness and man)
other almost unbearable .symptoms
Young man. that must be stopped at
once I.on t wait another daj . Come
lo us Our treatment performs won
ders in making Wi-k men strong.
CTPIfT!IDC By our
pain or loss of time. It is
marvelous cure ever dc
removr3 the causa of the
ropy rrdlment In their urine when' left
tnu'iing pernaps only a milky nue.
thtn later rhanijlns to a thickly tur
bulent appe-tranee. the cause the fore
runner of weakness in men. 'Sir new
treatment will cause a wonc! 0 ul. Der-
manent restoration to vigorous irallty.
PROSTATIC TROUBLE ll
Hon In the world whare our new
treatment acts more quh-kly and sur'o
ly than in these diseases. No matter
how chronl- or lone rtandlns. our
treatment cures easily, and you w.U
SEDIMENT IN URINE
DISEASED DISCHARGES irr.
OUR HOME CURE BY MAIL.
Sufferer at homo unable to call car
receive treatment by malt. It is the
only cure. This combined treatment Is
knowi P no other physicians and f
ackm.wbdgeil to ba the most success
ful cure eer devised.
tbe acute staze. shun, as von wu!d a
pestilence, the nostrum that purport?
to cura "in a day or two " Turn .
deaf ear to the sympathizing ft- nd
who offers you the choice of his doze-i
"never-failing" prescriptions. It ion
are troubled with any of th complka
I..rrs and have fned ad the dlsaut
ns. nauseous nastv n'lls tablet -.
boluses, capsule, potions and mix-
turrs. and exhauster all tbe soothlnu.
nseptie. tmolient airlnr;ert and cau1
tic Injection-. and the innumerable,
nastlles. crayon, bougie? and suppos-.
torlej. come t u- if you wish a per
manent cure by the surest, quickest
inu safest mtnoi ever useu.
Can be complcte
Ir eradicated from
the svstem without the use of In-
iurlous me.l!e'no. Our treatment til"- "
nlvt". the Indurntlon; neutralizes the
specific poi-on and expel the septic
matertabi from the blood through the
Mjweii anu Kuneys; Dnngs back tne
pre-tite: rtstores the insertion; regtl-it.-
assimilation: elves) restful slum-
ber and heals the ulcers. Anxiety and
lespair give piace to vivacity anu
-heerfulness. Interest In life nnd life's
work returns. Tha bloom of health Is
again on the cheek and strength In
the muscles. Buoyancy and elasticity
of the body and mind are airaln his,
and with a keener rel'sh and zest than
ever liefore he performs the duties 'ana
share the enjoyment of life.
Come to us to-day and have a
sra..-as, n I Ia trim lltr w m
ran talk or write tn u in th- .triatfaur Anfiitanaui ,! matn rtn s- -.
lJ' 4rv; ,ulv ,w treatliKj"prIvate Uipii- of men txclnAvelT for 2T
,aCr wi. ,,-v.-n-,ni nas cost us thou-amls of dollar, ana w xno out-
REMEMBER DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS!
rn iV ".or,write.,() "s Jn tho strictest ronrhle
I Jr at5; lve ltten treatlri? private dfcea:
lean. Our nw fTvaimant tse, , ... w..
come of the most -jeful j.nd painstaking research throughout that time. Wo
"i ' "J '""Khly that we know It cannot fail. Everything that
SiHyl.. vt' f"7 money buy we have for the purpose of applylnjr this
wonderful cure successfully. We will use you honestly, treat you skinfully
Jic2 ,orePou health in tlie shortest time, with the least medicine-, dis
comfort ana exnen&e nraetfeohiA rv t, nth. .,hmmit wi.h .. ik
ntl'ito!!J i'0!"!?'1 "i?" ,v'0"dei'fui metlni.1 of cukv "We guarantee to cure anr
.... iLuT.,, . at"i rail, wnie i-.very man can laae our treat-
rnveriieii-r 3Kr?M'H. ''"' n,"'"e. and never any more than one can
,i :,. If , . ' . ieafc ri wnere until you iiae investigated our
"undas. J to lCnD' ""' S X ' m- to 5 p- m'' " p' m- l 8 P-" n-
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