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THE ST. LOUIS BEPUBLIC: SUNDAY, MARCH 6, 1904.
1 TO TRIBES HILL
Derby Candidates Bun a Heart
breaking Hammer anu xuuga
ilace in Oaklaiid Handicap.
HICKS OUTRIDES PHILLIPS.
Frank Kelly Pulls Off a Tremen
dous Coup on Athlaua in the
Fifth, Who Wins by a Head
. From Sid Silver.
New Orleans. La.. March 5. Although
beaten by Tribes Hill in the Oakland
Handicap to-day. Ostrich wai not dis
graced by any mean In fact, the colt's
Derby prospects were itreatly enhanced
by his magnificent second to Tribes Hill.
The Oakland Handicap nas north tl.305
to the -winner. Ostrich and Tnbef Hill
had the race to themselves from the start,
rhiilip t"ok Ostrich to the front in the
first quarter. Hicks sent Tribes Hill after
the :-j ear-old. and the pair entered the
last furloiiff heads apart. Hicks outfln
lshed Phillips wren it came to the llnal
effort, and landed Tribes Hill in front by
half a lenirth.
Tribes Hill was forced to run the dis
tance within one-fifth of a second of the
track record in order to beat Ostrich. Al
bert 1- Dewey laid In third position all
the nay. Ostrich beat him four lengths
for the place.
John Doyle lid from start to finish In the
first and won easily Ty two lengths from
"Yellow Honunir and Scotch Thistle. Three
horses foudhtlrt out for the place. The
browjn monarch came from seventh place
In the last furlonc and was beaten a neck
for the third monev.
Mauser made all the running In the sec
ond race, but Macbeth came along at the
finish, an beat him by a head in a hard
drive. It was Livingstones second win
ning, mount. . ,, , , . ,
Aubuchoh. who rode Mauser, claimed to
vn..A vnon fwiort ht Macbeth, but the
stewards refused to aliow the foul. Ink
ing boat tho Guardsman by a head lor
AtnictA,- hfl bl field into the stretch In
the third by two lengths, but weakened at
the finish and was" beaten a head by
Clare,rnont Jn a furious drive. Claremont.
Is ono of Geonre Bennett's castpffs. It
looks as Plough Bennett let the best
sprinter in his stable get away -when he
pold Claremont to Eugene Jablne. Palmist
was beaten oft for the place.
Frank Kelly, formerly of St. Louts,
pulled off a tremendous coup with Atn
lana In the fifth race. The filly was ridden
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by Fuller, -who landed her first by a head
from SId Sliver. Athlana was backed
from 3s down to 9 to 5 at post time.
Past and JIc Williams had a fighting
finish In tho sixth race, Past getting the
decision by a head. Conundrum, the odds
on favorite, must have had a bad night,
for he ran a disgraceful race.
First race, seen furlonrs John Doyle, 1
(Urtnireton). 12 to 1. won: yellow .Hammer, 104
(Sailing). 15 to 2. second; Scotch Thistle, .109
H. Phillips). 2 to 1, third. Time. 1!2J -The
Hrown Monarch Dlue Darter. Chanloy. Master
Prim. Charley Fisher, Reynard. Henry Uuehr
mann. Jr . and Octo Cafe also ran.
Second race, one mile and one-sixteenth, setl
ing Macbeth, 10 (UUngston). 11 to. 1. on;
Mauser. KM (Aubuchon). 2 to 1. second; Lee
King. 110 (Fuller). 4 to 1. tnlrd. Time, 1:4S.
The Guardsman. Docile. Mint Bed, ,Rachl
Ward and Dlue Mint also ran.
Third race, five and -one-half furlongs
Claremont. 97 (Walsh). to 2. wont Malster.
Ill (Hlcclns). " to 6, second: Palmist, 101
(IloMilns). 15 to 1. third ' Time. 19)7. Lora
J , Alllsta. Clear. The Arena. Tom O'Day. Po
tente. Russell Garth. Manshak and Springer
Fourth race, one mile and a quarter. Oak
land Handicap Tribes Hills, 111 (W. lUclcs).
6 to 5. won. Otrich. 100 (II Phillip"). 13 to 6.
second: Vlbert F Dewer. 101 (Walsh). 9 to 1,
tliird. Time. 2-08 1-5 Ethics. The Messenger.
Eclectic, Ron Mot, Leila and Eeubllsh also
Fifth race, selling, six furlongaAthlana. ill
(Fuller), 2 to l,,on. ild Sllier, 104 (Honell).
7 to 1. second. Ranana Cream. 104 (H Pnll
llps). 8 to 1. -third Time. 1.13 4-E Caterpil
lar. Mlladllovt?. Alpaca. Optional. Hud Ernbry.
Safeguard. Tomm Knight. Dutch Carter,
and Prince! of Endurance also ran
Hlxth race, one mile Past. 103 (McCafferty).
7 to 1. 'won: McWllllams. Ill W Hicks). S to
1. second- Mls West. 100 (Robblns). 17 to 1.
third. Time. 1.42. One More. Bengal, Conun
drum. Circus Olrl. Katie Gibbons. Captain
Billy Lee and Beaucalre also ran.
cmrTEn wins long race.
Close Finish in the Content for the
"Waterlionae Cop at 31-4 Mile.
San Francisco. JIarch 5. Grafter, a 7-to-1
shot, took the Waterhouse cup at
two and one-quarter miles at Oaklan'l
to-day, beating Veterano a neck, while
Horatius, one of the favorites, was third.
Much interest was centered in the e ent,
as. next to the Thornton Stakes at four
miles, it Is the longest distance race In
the West. Lord Melbourne and Our Bes
sie were withdrawn, leaving nine to start.
Horatius and Outburst, coupled in the
betting, were favorites. Outburst and Rio
Shannon made the early running, but at
the end of a mile and a half Grafter, who
had been third, assumed the lead and
drew away, opening a gap of eight
When the final quarter was reached
Veterano made a bold bid, but could not
quite get up. The event was valued at
Itesnlts at Oakland.
San Francisco, March 5. Oakland results
Raining: track low:
First race. Futurity course Skip Me, 106
(Martin). 3 to 1. won. Argot. 96 (Twers). I to
1, second: Dora I . 101 (Holbrook), 3 to 1, thlro.
Time. 1:12. Rojal White. Tom Fox, Dusty
Miller. Mary Dunn. Vaughn, Ripper. Hogarth
and Rionda also ran
Second rsce. onf-half mile, purse George P.
McNear. 118 (See). 5 to 1. won. The Mist. 103
(Martin). 9 to 10. second; Edgecllft, 104 (Bell).
6 to 1. third Time. :4i Ren Eric, Anauru,
Lady Nlnora and Rose Ely also ran
Third race. Futurity course, selling Tttu II,
99 (Butler). IS to 1. won: Our Pride, ins (Bux
ton). S to 1. second; Foxy Grandpa. 90 (Knapp),
8 to 1. third. Time. i:U4. Puredale. Amoruna.
Doctor Sherman. Nonle. Cherries, Midway and
Albemarle also ran.
Fourth race, two and one-quarter miles, the
Waterhouse Cup. handicap 3ralter. 105 (Cross
thwalte). 7 tn L won; eterano. 101 (Martin).
f. to 2. second; Horatius, 108 (Powell). 5 to 2,
third Time. J:M. The War. Outburst, Lncy
Crawford. Horton. El Rio Shannon and Modi
cum also ran.
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling Halr.ault. 105
fIYaer9) s to 5. won: Mlstj's Pride. 106 (J. T.
Snehan). 5 to 1. second; Mlmo. 104 (Buxton).
to 1. third Time. 1:15. St. Wlnnifreda, Evea
G , Sterling Towers and Golden Light also ran.
Sixth race, one mile and fifty yards, selling
Keynote. 104 (C Smith). 4 to L. won: Byrondale.
103 (Traers). 3 to 1. second: rrank Woods. 109
(J. Martin). 4 to 1. third. Time. 1:4. Ora
Viva. Lady Ken and Illllucn also ran.
Results at Aacot Perk.
Los Angeles. March t. A soot Park sum
maries. Weather clear; track fast
First race, six furlongs, selling Katherine.
Bnnls, 1(8 (Hlldebrand). 4 to 6. won; Skirmish.
103 (Lawrence). " to 1, second; Andrattus. 105
(Lewis), 4 to 1, third Time. 1:15. Egg KoiB,
Ting a Ling, Nell Holton. FItz Stockwell and
Military also ran.
Second race, five and one-half furlongs
Golden Mineral, 102 (Hlldebrand), 1 to 3. won;
Pat Bulgar. Ill (Boland). 4 to 1. second; Fon
casta, 100 (Mountain). 4 to L third. Time,
1:071b. Harrington also ran.
Third race, mile and an eighth, hurdle, handi
cap Heir Apparent, 140 (Sutherland). 3 to L
won; Sir Hugh. 153 (Schimmel), 6 to 2. second;
Double O. ISO (Archibald), even, third. Time,
S'OSa. W&cnusett. Honduras and Doctor Worth
Fourth race, one mile, selling San Pedro
Selling Stakes Warte Nlcht. 96 (J. Booker).
10 1. iron Stuyre, 105 (Hlldebrand), 1 to 2,
second: Rag Tag. 100 (Lewis), t to 1 third.
Time. 1:404. Best Man also ran.
Fifth race, one mile, selling Iras, 103 (Hllde
brand). 2 to 1. won; TJItruda,109 (Lewis). 2
to 1, second; Platonlns 109 (Boland), 5 to X
third. Time. 1:43. Elle. Maud M-. Henry
Clay Rye and John Hnghes also ran.
Sixth race, Slauson course, selling Jane Hol
ly. 103 (Hlldebrand). 2 to 5. won: Jim Hale,
112 (Mountain). 5 to 2, second; Eugenia Ii..
S7 (Lewis). 5 to 1. third. Time. 1:11. Margaret
Rowe. Sir Christopher, Jack Richelieu, Jr.,
end Marta also ran.
Results at Hot Springs.
Hot Springs. Ark., March B Results at Essex
First race, six furlcncs Mike Strauss, first:
Dusky Secret, second; Miss Guldo, third. Time,
Second race, four and one-half furlongs Nev
er Fret first; Jlm-a-Long. second; Duelist,
third. Time. :U.
Third race, one and one-fourth miles, over
fhe hnrdle Theory, first; Accolade, second;
Don Aral, third. Time, 3:19.
rourth race, one and one-srxteenth mile, Ar
lington Hotel Handicap Honolulu, first; Paul
Whaley. second: Ralph Toung, third. Time,
Fifth race, one mile Palm Bearer, first: Co
haset. second; Annora J., third. Time. 1:V
Sixth race, one and one-sixteenth mile Flora
Bright, first; Bugle Horn, eecend; Welcome
Light, third. Time. l;4Mt.
FOR DELMAR STAKES.
Total at Both the County Track and
at Kinloch la Greater Than
That of Last Year.
Entries for the stakes at Kinloch and
Delmar have been prepared by the secre
taries of those courses, the list showing a
goodly array In each event. -Fifty-two en
tries were received for the Kinloch In
augural, while sixty-seven candidates are
entered for the similar stake at Delmar.
At Delmar a total of TIE entries for the
eleven stakes have been received, as op
posed to 685 last year. This is an average
of sixty-five In each event for the coming
season, as contrasted with sixty-two last
year. The Debutante, which has been
shifted to Delmar Instead of being set for
the Fair Grounds, shows a slight decrease,
but seventy entries being received Instead
of the seventy-nine of last season.
One of the striking Increases has been
that of the Labor Day Handicap, which
has eighty entries Instead of the fifty-two
of last season.
In the Kinloch and Delmar Inaugurals
many well-known names of last season's
racers appear. Tpby Tosa, Light Opera,
Deutschland and Schwalbe are in with
the newcomers of John W. Schorr's string.
Dutiful and Injunction are among the
In the Delmar Memorial Handicap, nt
five and one-half furlongs, a nne array of
sprinters is presented. The veterans Hllee
and Frank Bell are both In. while Dick
Welles Is also entered. Duelist and sev
eral well-known sprinters of the Southern .
courses the last winter have also entered.
George Bennett has some of his best
performers entered In the Delmar In
augural. Dan McKenna, Au Revolr, Lit
tle Scout and Forehand are all In this
race. Forehand Is said to have developefl
Into a big. strapping 3-year-old and to be
In the best of shape.
In the Woodlands Stake at Kinloch,
many of the 2-year-olds, which have made
good records at New Orleans are entered.
Stella Allen and Arch Oldham are among
the number while Hadrian from the
Schorr stable, who has shown good form
at Hot Springs, is also on hand. Barney
Schreiber has entered Henry Ach. the colt
who won the first 2-year-old race at Ingle
side, while PInkerton, the winner of the
opening youngster event at Ascot, is
TI14 n mi , o. . ..
Consnltatlon Free at
once or by Mall.
COLISEUM IS TRAINING GROUND
FOR ALL FAST LOCAL ATHLETES.
Hahn, OTlynn, Evans, Rudolph, Pursell and Other Cracks Who
Are Entered in St. Louis University's Indoor Meet Are Hard
at Work in the Big Building Every Afternoon Ealf Mile
Event Attracts a Great Deal of Attention.
WRITTEN ron TUB SUNDAY REPUBLIC.
Local track athletes are very busy at
the Coliseum. Every afternoon and even
ing a large number of athletes are train
ing for the St. Louis University Indoor
meet, to bo given March i6. Hahn. last
ear of the University of Wisconsin; J.
I.) don, a well-known St. Louis athlete;
Gwynne Evans, who pome j ears ago estab
lished a record for hlmielf; Johnson, of
football fame; Weir, the long-dlstante
man for the First Regiment ot Chicago
last year; Rudolph, whu is going to make
those competing In the imitation mile
hustle to win from him these and many
others are putting In good, earnest work.
It is rather (.tttlcult to say Just which
cent Is going to attract most attention.
Tho mile, which is to be made notablo by
the fastest men in the West, should proe
a record-bre?ker. The relay race for the
local championship is bringing out the
best men of every athletic club in the city.
They are all working hard, for each club
wants to come In first. To win this race
will obtain for the victors no little pres
tige at the World's Fair games, which
will be held during the summer.
INTEREST IN HALF MILE.
At present, however, the half-mile invi
tation race is arousing great enthusiasm.
William O. Flynn, the star St. Louis half
mile, is training twice every day for this
event In the forenoon at 11 and again in
O F1ynn realizes that he has quite a
task set for him, if he wants to win this
race. Last year he did the half mile In
2:07 3-5, but he is certain that he will have
to lower this record this year if he is
going to come In first. But he Is a good
OLDFIELD TO RICE
Plans Perfected for Automobile
Event on Afternoon of
PLEASED WLTH NEW TRACK.
Will Remain Over Monday and it
Is Rumored That He Intends
to Hold Consultation With
Western Track Magnates.
That John J. Ryan and Barney Oldfield
are to meet in a special automobile race
over the new Union Jockey Club on the
afternoon of April 14 was tho announce
ment made yesterday by both Ryan and
Colonel William Thompson of New Or
leans, the latter representing Oldfield.
Passing through the city quietly and un
obtrusively, with little flashing of dia
monds and without his customary visits
to the hannts of sporting men, Ryan was
a brief sojourner here while waiting for
a late train to Chicago. He arrived from
Hot Springs and will remain over In Chi
cago until after tho Western Jockey Club
Arrangements were concluded for the
match race with Oldfield and Manager
Carmody of the track was asked to Join
an assembly to discuss details of the
event. It was agreed that April U should
be the data of the race and two miles will
likely be tho distance decided upon. This
latter point awaits Oldfteld's consent.
Ryan took a run out to the traclr yester
day and was much pleased with the
course as a site of automobile racing.
"It is banked high on aU turns, ' he
said, "the banking affording a difference
of five feet in level between the inner and
outer edges of the track. This will make
high speed possible. Oldfield Is now In
New Orleans, having Just returned from
Ormonde, Fla. He left arrangements at
the course to me and we will talk of the
"He Is to bring his nlnety-horse-power
car with him; also the machine in which
he has been racing under the title of Bul
let No. 1. I have a high-power automo
bile, which I believe can outsprlnt any
tl Ii.g on vheels. I think we ought to come
pretty near setting a new record for cir
cular tracks. The match is for a big Bide
bet, and I am In favor of making the
Colonel William Thompson represented
Oldfield In tho negotiation, and said that
he would be free from engagements at
the date mentioned.
Ryan talked freely of his experiences
on the Southern tracks, but was evasive
about his prospects in Chicago. It Is be
lieved that he Intends to hold a confer
ence with the Western Jockey Club of
ficials nod assure himself of his exact
standing on the Western turff. However,
he was noncommittal on this point. He
departed for Chicago at 11 o'clock last
I ,A. BOWLING.
Roller 4, Reals 1.
The foliowlcc scores were made at the Meti
Name C. M. 1 I 3 4 s T"I Av
A. Everti ... 2 a E3 47 35 O K 233 48 3-5
J. Meuler... 33 XS 3f 4g tt 39 184 3S VI
Krehblel . . IB H 3 !s 1
Phiinps a m ) ss an w w
E. Everti ... 4 12 33 69 4S E4 41 JW 48
Totals 25 152 231 m 218 i S3 WZ 42 3-23
Name. C. M. 1 1 3 4 5 T-1 Av
Devlne 6 44 42 4$ 37 38 M 216 43 1-5
g n5 M 30 30 SO 150 30
Jii'nd 30 30 30 30 30 130 30
ey 2 54 C6 22 33 35 35 191 3S 1-5
Thomas 6 40 37 CO 47 23 43 2M 44
Totals 13 IIS 195 200 177 167 Si "Si? 37 2-23
Rootera 3, negators S,
The following scores were made at tho
Name. C. SI 1 2 3 4 5 T"l Av
S Johnson...l0 22 47 39 29 41 35 201 40 1-5
Roach S 35 33 45 39 48 3s 204 40 4-5
Scherelnaer . 2 33 53 29 62 30 47 21 44 1-5
O. Woefln . 8 25 45 37 41 48 40 209 41 44
Rippsteln ...11 32 44 43 40 43 42 214 42 53
Totals 37 157222 iSsJaioSMS 100 41 24-23
Name. CM 1 2 3 4 B T"l. A v.
Ohcnhaus ... X 67 S2 27 27 28 49 173 31 2-5
It. Johnson.. 2 41 36 58 25 24 51 217 43 2-i
J Thomas... 32 44 22 25 .. 31 30 1-3
Oeoree ! 21 30 39 69 34 1-2
Nolte 5 27 46 50 41 37 50 224 41 4-S
Mayer 5 33 48 42 40 38 41 212 42 2-5
Totals Htxsmmiss'm 33 11-25
Illtali 4, Royals 1.
The following "cores were made at the Metz
Name. ' C. M. 1 2 3 4 5 TI Av
W. KIaBes . 5 36 28 53 43 4", 3S 213 42 "
Hand 4-34 52 34 42 46 48 222 44 2-3
E. Klajres .. 4 50 35 36 31 53 50 203 41
Powersox ... S 36 4S 50 43 44 50 233 47
Schaubacher. 6 44 37 35 36 45 41 196 39 1-5
Totals 2 230 200 213 S)T 233 2 1075 42 23-23
Name. C M. 1 2 3 4 5 TI Av
EHnd 0 0 30 30 30 30 31 151 30
Zimmerman .13 50 24 32 36 40 33 153 23
Welchman .. 5 22 39 37 51 42 41 213 4 2-
Geger t SO 21 49 58 41 48 207 41 s
Moellenhoff . 6 19 42 69 42 61 49 263 52 3I5
Totals M1211)0jnS7ji7J0l"0S8 39 23-25
CENTRAL COCKED-HAT LEAGUE.
Ten Hlsta Men.
. . Games. CP. M.P. Av
Cannlchael 55 1.32 2 7a ? w
W. Cick 120 1 z.A 52H
Blegtund 33 1.51 273 !'
h. h Rein 35 i.s 5 77 irh
C- Hoiwig 104 1.73 2 33 51 82
g 60 - 3.28 51 5
Priesman S3 1.41 j 07 JiS;
Mitchell 110 1 58 2S1 HM
Hahenkht 85 1.55 3.03 SI 0?
A. Horfteg 50 1.70 2,52 siljjj
runner and has had plenty of experience,
and assures his friends that he will not
disappoint them. In this race he will run
who is. probably the fastest man in the
West. In the Wisconsin games last year
he defeated Hahn In P3S This is a record
which Is certainly hard to beat. A few
days ago Harry Gill, the Illinois L'ni
veititj trainer, worked McCully a trial
half miie. which he made In 2:ft"i.
The last entry for the half mile is Mur
phy of Notre Dame UnlveMt. He rnn a
trill half mile in 2.07. and Coach Holland
srs that Murphy will be running in rec
ord time by the time of the meet. He
ctmes from Worcester, Mary, and in the
jears 1S01 and 1902 he held the cham
r'rshr in the Interscholastic league of
New England for the COO and 1.000 yards
run. With these three stars running, thtf
race will be anbod's from the crack of
the pistol until the tape is reached.
INDIANA HAS A FAST MILER.
Athletic Director J. H. Home of Indiana
University has a man whom he would
Jlke to enter in thlfr race. Indiana Uni
versity is well known for the excellence of
its athletes in eve-y branch. It would not
be surprising if Its representative would
make a better showing than was expect
ed. Director Home also has a two-mile
team, which he wojld like to put against
In the mile race Pureell of the M. A.
C. Is caus'ng no little excitement among
the mllers, since he has entered for this
race. Purcell ran this distance easily In
good time in the M. A C. mot. He runs
nicely, has the genuine stride of an Eng
lish long-distance man. and seems to be
the fastest man St Louis has seen In
against McCully of Illinois University,
GOES TO HEW YORK,
"Big Jack" Traded to "Invaders"
for ?S,000 and Twirlcr Harry
PARTIES TO DEAL PLEASED.
Hedges, McAleer, Powell and
Griffith Express Themselves
as Well Satisfied With
Clarke Griffith and Robert Lee Hedges
late last night closed a deal whereby the
St. Louis American League team gets 58,
000 In cash, and Pitcher Harry Howell of
the New York Americana, In exchange
for Pitcher John Powell.
From a business standpoint the deal Is
an admirable one. Eight thousand dol
lars alone for a bayy player Is a mag
nificent price, but the "oily" McAlee
coaxed Griffith to toss In Howell on the
Although Howell Is not any too well
known to the local patrons of the game,
he 13 a first-class boxman. Last season he
took part In sixteen games and captured
ten of them. Mors than all, however, he
Is a willing worker. Be Is not long on the
habit of getting a sore arm Just as the
umpire gets ready to shatter the atmos
phere with the call of "Play."
Howell was at ono time one of Brook
lyn's crack slabmen. He Is a well-built
boy, and If he has It In him to pitch he
ought to be good for at least ten years.
All the parties to the deal seem very
well pleased with the transaction. Hedges
wore a smile as big as an airship as he
signed the papers releasing Powell to New
York. Griffith hurried McAleer and Hedges
into signing the document as if he were
afraid they might change their minds.
After the deal was made Griffith said:
"Well, I consider I have done a credit
able day's work. With Powell added to
our pitching staff we will make them all
hustle to keep the bunting away from New
York this year.
"Powell, I consider one of the greatest
pitchers to the business. I have been
after him for some time and am glad
that I have finally landed the great boil
crmaker," Powell said last night:
"I have not the slightest objection to
going to New York. Jly condition Is all
that can be asked. In fact, I never felt
better In my life. The only regret I have
Is that I leave so many good friends be
hind me. I like the St. Louis fans, and
they have always treated me as though
they liked me, but I think I will have Just
as many friends In New York."
When asked about the salary question,
Powell talked as though he had already
had an understanding with Griffith. "I
think there will be no difficulty In arran
ging abtu salary with Griffith. That mat
ter can be discussed, however, after I
have a conference with him at the South
ern Hotel to-day."
McAleer said that while he disliked to
lose Powell he believed the deal would
be beneficial to all concerned.
"Powe'.l practically admitted that he
was dissatisfied with conditions as they
presented themselves to him here," said
McAleer. "I would not let Powell go If
he were satisfied with the salary offered,
but a dissatisfied star is no better than a
satisfied dub, and we will only have room
for dub ball players outside of the park
"I consider Powell one of the greatest
pitchers In the world when he is right,
but a dissatisfied Powell would not be a
desirable Powell. The deal is a good one
for Powell, the Browns and the New
The Cardinals left Union Station at 2:21
p. m. yesterday for Houston. Included
In the party were: Catchers, Byers, Zear
foss. Starnagle and Grady: second base
men, Donahue and Farrell; shortstop,
Dave Brain: third baseman. Burke; out
fielders, Barclay, Smoot and Shannon;
pitchers, Nichols, O'Neill, McFarland and
Dunleavy. Jack Taylor and Jake Beck
ley will be ticked up en route.
Corbett. Dowllng, Shay and Thlelman
will go direct from their homes to Hous
ton. Jesse Burketi and "Gene" Demont were
the only "Brownies" to show up yester
day. Both players appear to be In good
condition. The Eastern critics who said
Demont was a physical wreck need some
new oil for their lamps, or else they are
very poor. Judges of condition. The for
mer Brooklyn player never looked better
In his career.
AMERICAN COCKED-IIYT LEAGUE.
Fair Grounds 4, H-irretti 1.
The following scores were made at Wecke'a
Name. a M. 1 2 3 4 3 T'l. Av.
Backof 8 IS 43 CI 48 19 59 23 El 1-5
Kraemer 6 18 53 49 62 34 42 22 48 2-3
Glll'water ... 7 26 29 33 3t 49 48 199 39 4-3
zuescnel ....ii zi 36 3i -i : i,y & 4-b
Scholl 5 12 54 43 53 53 49 256 51 4-5
..37 100 23 223 253 213 2W 1132 43 7-23
Name G M. 1 2 3 4 5 T'L Av.
Ltnde 23 CO 4) C 31 54 231 50 3-3
Betts " 5 32 32 37 33 48 47 197 39 3-
Bhrier 9 28 41 47 49 40 43 22 43 1-3
Krennlng ... S t! 11 5J Ml 1-3
Boyle 9 16 46 49 35 48 31 272 42 2-5
Totals 26 131 213 199 233 207 237 10J9 43 lt-I
Pnrlab. Lcagne Games.
The ranes of association football at Chris
tian Brothers College campus this afternoon will
be as follows: First esme. St. Roses vs. C B.
C's; second came. Holy Names vs. St. Anna.
The frame between the Holv Names, ami pr
Anns will decide the championship ot the league.
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fcc . Cf yssslHvllkIW PHHvislii WKWvlv CT & SL
Ritstsksi? JiissssgitsSFiiissttTMrrira "ZSjdm 10
Our rapidly increasing trade is occasioned by the fact that we always endeator to offer our patrons exceptional
values in every department and each week we endeavor to outdo the previous one. For the coming week we offer
exceptional Bargains, a few of which we enumerate below. Credit freely given Terms to suit purchasers.
2 Rooms Furnished
Terms S3. 00 psr
Powliatnns 3, Chcrokeca S.
The lolloping scores were made at the
Louis Rowlr-s Club allts:
CUSPET T1,is iCv This
nnrLlWl Beautiful M Beautiful
BS We offer unusual val- Gold I f JS v!wst-?JStf?y j. i j (Jold
h ues In this department r .,i A ftQii n "Sm 1 t .
gB J,othlnir but choicest wal -JJ Mr m 5- II ."-i"-"-
OS patterns are obtained Picture tvu ft ti Si? PIt'ture
HH in our stock. Call and i ft flW ?s w lfr
B Good Insraln OQ Florentine ftfw! VW kf fgj' Florentine
eg Carpet, per yard . lJb rWs.t 'ft' 3f,Ai
Bm Better Rrado Ingrain BS P"' iffl ' S MVr Uesisn'
Carpet, per rj Size Sxl2; YML t.0yr M xalfe? Size Sxl2'
M cTood Brussels""'" 47P T5c Value, W I MW srt ? 7.-)0 value.
Ml'arpet. per jard..rb SpccInl WAWW, Z$SfM Social
EX Better trrade Brussels T, . iSsSbSW' " m "$3
Wk Carpet, per 07 n Price flfT"iT Z $3 I'nce
HH yard 01 u fffl ,&Sir-"T -"-T?''ife5 yjl
WM vard . u,lU '' " y"Kr V Itisr '"'' tings, per yard..
BBSs Rfr&esffi !--. , V' L. :tritif '' " o ''"'' - - .ggfft
m fPC J 1 1 I I jli iX I jLXJSil
ssB mjksSEP' " wwgsSioBOs...i'v-ir J Cj O a r"r"r n. wm,$:4
H kSmh'-! I T T 1 II 111 fill ITH
ir" If- - $9 J Si
I "f Terms $8-00 Gash, Balance 50c Per Week. OiO I
a This splendid Sanitary Conch as shown above just 1 S .gg-gT" I? fgfi!
World' Fair visitors-regular L " 0 j Q g OR CREDIT. WR
hi , Call and' see this Sanitary. JM
m 2ssst"St Spessa! Fnees and Values in Voiding Bed-it a true, m
H ers here is a special -,-, a 01 fm ft AA 9P3
i-:..zr..sf !! Oar Trunk Department. :a.,.e:s:,.:$4,98
Xama. C il. 1 1 3 5 Tl. Av.
Bertsch 4 31 W 16 11 M 35 136 39 1-5
EntlnK 6 45 44 34 42 31 1S6 33 1-5
Lattner ... 5 31 33 35 4Z 74 ZU K 3-6
C Sanffl. .. I 18 57 tO jrt 51 S9 J41 48 4-5
Totals ) 172 30 1S9 133 217 226 1031 4t 1-23
Name. C. il. 1 2 3 4 5 TI Av.
Mlnses A a fi t S fi 3 3
Ilsln 3 41 51 31 3S 35 41 13 39 1-5
Janwn 6 3S M 44 35 SI IS 192 3S J-.
Nolte S 23 f 33 52 76 40 257 si 2-5
fcchmldt 6 a IS 41 50 56 26 231 46 1-5
Totals .. ..sTfSo 2 3 214 214 203 1103 41 3-25
STAMJISG OP PLU'EItS.
Jlereliantn Pool Tournament.
I'rank Ely and Henry Jones are tied for first
place in the continuous pool tournament at the
Merchants" Billiard Hall, No. 413 Oiestnut
street Claude White is a close second, tred
IVch Is safely plated In third no-ltlon. iol
lowlnc is tne standing of the plaaers:
Frank Ely ...
Henry Jones .
Fred 1'esch ....
Neme. W. I
Jesse Leon 3 4
M J. Malay I 5
Thos McGonan.. 1
John Simons 1 C
Tuesday Nlcht I'esch . Jcnei".
Wtdnesday Night-Ely '. Jcnes.
KlntlerBarten Leseue htnndlng.
Club. W. L. Club. W. L.
Rlmgs 32 13 Bads 23 Zl
Clippers 27 IS Tigers 16 29
Ozarks 27 IS Banners 10 35
THIS WEEK'S SC11EDUI.E.
Monday Banners s. Ozarks on Crescent al
leys Tuesda Tigers s Rawllngsi on Acme al
les. Wednesday Eads s. Clippers on Roal at
lejs. rrlmnry ,LeHK"c Standing.
Club. W. L. CTub. W. L.
Kinljc'is ZZ IS X-Itajs 24 26
Endjmlons ." J Nationals 14 26
Orphans . . 29 21 Elks 21 3
1'arks 21 21 Bentors 33
THIS WEEK'S SCIimiTLK.
Monday Nationals . Kinlochs on Crescent
alles and Elks s Parks on Uojal alles.
Tuesda Endymlons a-s. Bentons on rrecent
allejs and X-Itas s. Orphans on Rojal alleys.
Cental League Standing.
Club. W. L. Club. W. L.
t Lincoln 21 24
Ccnturys . ..27 18 Eagles is 22
Colonials . 22 21 Crescenti 14 26
THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE.
Monday Eagles s. Acmes on Acme alleys
and Crescents t Llncolrs on Roal alleys.
Tuesdaj Colonials vs. Cenlurjs on Crescent
Jnnlor AHMocintlon Standing.
Club. W L. Club. W. L.
Office Men . ...30 15 Rlaltos 20 SO
Chocktaws .. . 23 20 Mohawks 16 24
lllawathas 24 21 Cabannea 15 3u
THIS WEEK'S SCHEDin-K
Wednesday Mohawks vs. Choctaws on Royal
alles and Office Men s. Ulawnthas on Cres
Tridal Choctaws as. RIalto on Acme alleys.
Catholic League Standlngr-
Club: W L. I Club. w. L.
Caldercns 33 111 1 Malllnckrodts ....22 23
Ltntons 26 19 Leos 17 IS
Fonchoni 23 2)!ofords 17 Is
Casinos . .-23 21 1 Ringers 15 30
THIS EEK'h SCHEDULE.
WeiTsnv Fanchcns s. Oxfords on RoaI
nesa. aires tho
Tince yon. of Its
1 ri I91R "SB fc B ...... I
cjn'tflUU .a.BBfl ftBngBi
Kn'i1, s&JstiC A&,
FRArlUIH AVE., REAR 7lh.
THIS WEEK Edison's Latest Sensation,
TJiLil C3-S"F. A TIC Tn attvt StODBBEJEfS
SIX OTHER BIG ACTS.
For Ladies Gentlemen -Children. 10 CtS. Any Seal 10 CtSn
alles. Casinos vs. Ringers on Acme alleys.
Linton -vs. Leos on Caldcron alles and Mal
llnckrodts vs. Calderons on Pcuser alleys.
Outcast League Stnndlag.
W. L. CTub. W. L.
...28 17 locusts 21 24
23 22 Walnut IS 27
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION
WEST BELLE. 4365-Nlcely furnished room,
second floor, good board: Jewish family.
.vAtENT.? WANTED-AIr lights, positively
the. best lights and greatest seller on the mar
kit. Investigate, bt. Louis Air Light, Sil
DISHWASHER WANTED-Experlenced. 4201
Race Course ae, opposite Tower Uroe Sta
tion, lake Market st. cars.
SWAN. 4320 Brick cottage, five rooms and
bath. 12,300; f25,cer month. Inquire 4194 Man
general housework; family adults. Call to-day.
rooms for gentlemen- hot bath, gas.
WEST BELLEL 41S2 Nicely furnished second
story front, nil conveniences.
HOCSEGIRL WANTED Good girl for gen
eral housework: good wages; no children. 4W1
NUIUEtimL' WANTEDNarseglrl. 16 jears
old. to take care of one child. 4115 Pine tu
L1NDELL. 2310 Suite of second-story frtmt
rooms; board and appointments first-class;
phone Delmar ;01.
LACLEDE. 3761 Good stable; twenty stalls;
water, electric light; good location; first-class
LACLEDE. 3761 Two furnished rooms, second
floor, near three car lines.
DELMAR, 4058 Thre nicely furnished rooms;
reasonable; telephone Drlmar 2329.
COOK. ETC. WANTED Girls to cook, wash
and Iron and do downstairs, work; rersrences.
OLIE, 3S31-33 Nicely furnished rooms;
HOCSEGIRL WANTED Olrl for general
housework; family of three adults: reference
required 4119 Washington.
OLIVE. 40U7 Sond-story front rooms; excel.
lent board; prhate heme; gentlemen or couple;
CLaKRK Position by perlencHl grocery
clerk; bst of references and not afraid of
WASHINGTON. 411S Lare front room, with
board, private family: references exchanged.
BASTOX, 4612 Two nicely furnished room.
light houtkeec.ng; gas range; bath
MACHINE Head Lost. Singer texving ma
chine head on Tower Grove car, 6.30 p. m.
Friday. Reward. 5T0Q Qt.'l ae.
FOR WORLD'S FAIR PEOPLE.
Two nicely furnished frcnt rooms: soutlun
exposure; ten minutes walk to World s Kair
crouid? 6731 Mitchell aie.
waltmakers; steady woik: good pa. Rosen
feld Bro . SID W ashlcgton are-
JlcREE. 43IJ Nicly fuinlshed roomr.
or en suite bath and all conveniences
Moisten the hair, mustache or whiskers with SJnllght Hair
Tonic In flrtcn minutes Sunlight Tonic will roake'thai
hair ossnme a natnral color. 1
UN S IiIlI IiEImY
vjV B V H Bn3 ssssB a "093 D1IB stj
Only one liqald; may be dilated to form dark or light shades,
. ,m'w4 T7nti.lv Ti.vw.li,. fa nfrn.f.A nAfT- Tin .ttnlrl-
bur a natnral gloss. This Is an entirely new j
medium-sired bottle for fifty cents will con-f
merits. For sale by all drnggiits, or express c
i S3.00 WII,I. BE REFtntDED IF IT FAXXS.
St. Lcis, Mo.
3 Rooms Furnished
uompieie ?i ui1
Terms $5.00 per Month.
We have the largest
assortment of Rugs in
the city. Inducing In
grain. BrusK and
Axminter. The prices
range as below:
Good Ingrain CO 00
Rug 9x10 6 .. OdiSO
Better grade In- PD QC
grain Rug 5x12. OUi 00
Rug. 8.3x19.6 . .
Rugs, 9x12 .
Better grade Mat- 7
Steel Davenport Bed
(Like illustration) made of
first quality malleable steel
and iron, fin
ished in gold
makes a sight
ly piece of fur
niture by day
as well as a
com f o r table
Bed at night
sold with our
tee st the ex
traordinary low price
BOYLE On Saturday, March S. 1S04. at U
o clock a. m.. Jeajietie Guitar Doyle, beloved
wife of KIchard A. Boj le. at her nslocnce. No.
372b Delmar bouJerard. Funeral will be. held
Monday in Columola. Mo.
COLLINS After a lingering illness, at $30
p. m., March S. 1904. tit;meu Collins, at tho
age oi 31 J ears. Funeral at 3 p. m . Mondai,
March 7, from -No. 1719 South Jefferson avenue,
to st. Kevin s Churcn. tnence to Canary Ceme
tery. Friends and relatives invited to attend.
CANTWELL-On Saturday. March S. 1301,
at 1'J o clock p. m., Mary Ue Muth. the be
loved wlfo of john J. Cantwell. Jr.. and sister
of Mrs. Kutus laston. Due notice ot Iunei.1
will be siven. .
COLE Suddenly, of apoDlexy, on Friflay.
March 4. 19D4. at ISO p. ra.. at his residence.
No. 4305 West Pine boulevard. Nathan Cole,
born In St. Louis July 10. 1S33. Funral serv
ices will be held nt the second Baptist Church.
Twenty-seventh and Locust streets. Monda).
March 7. at i o'clock p. m. Friends Invl'cd to
DUNSINO On Saturday. March 5. 1901. at
8.30 o'clock a. m.. Mary A. Uunslng. aged Rl
years. The funeral will take place Monday. 7th
Inst., at 8:30 o'clock a. m. from residence of
her "daughter. Mrs. James Wilson. No. lan
North Newstead avenue, to St. Ann's Church,
thence to Calvary Cemetery.
DV TEB-On Saturday. March S. 1504. at 11 51
- ..m-. Michael Dwyer. beloved husband of
Julia Dwyer. Funeral from family residence
Monday afternoon to fat. Leo's Church. Funeral
EMERY-On Saturday. March 5. 1S04. at ::I3
p clock p. m . Georse r. Emery, beloved hus
band of Sallle A. Emery (nee Johnson), father
of Frank C- Emery and Mary faanderson tneo
Emery), aged 76 years. Funeral from resi
dence. No. 1J9S North Sixth street. Monday.
March 7, at lisn p. m.. to St. Peter's Ceme
tery. Philadelphia papers please copy.
FACH On Thursday. March 3. 1S04. at 9
o clock D. m . Cornelia Josenhtne lftirh. h.lmri
.wife of Cr-axles Facn. our dear mother and
daughter of the late Charles D. Eltzen of Her
mann. Mo , at the afce of 51 years, 3 months and
10 dajs.' Burial will take place. Monday March
It at 10:30 a. m., from family residence. No. 32
Portland place, thence to Bellefonlalne Ceme
tery Interment prlrate.
GAVIN Entered Into rest on Thursday.
March J. 1S04. at 9-JO o'clock p. m., John Gavin,
husband or the late Marearet Gavin (nee Tler
ney) and father of John Gavin and Mra. Jimts
Smith (nee Gavin). Funeral will take place
from Donnellj's funeral-rooms. No. 1010 North
Twenty-first street, on Sunday. Ma'ch 8. at 2
o'clock p. m . to St. Bridget s Church, theni-e
to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are respectfu'ly
GREVE Entered into rest on Friday. March
4. 1904. at 3.43 o'clock p. m.. J. Fred Greve.
relict of the late Katie Greve (nee Klelnior
cer) and dear father of Etelle Greve and b
loved brother of Emelle and Frank ard tho
late Martin IL Greve. after a linserlna iltnes.
at the axe of 48 years. Funeral wilt take place
on Tuesday. March S. at : o'clock p. m.. front
famllv residence. No. 3625 Garfield avenue, to
BIIefontalne Cemetery- Friends Invited to At
tend. Deceased wa a member of Imperial
Tent, No. 53. Knights cf Maccabeci. Deiver.
COVj.; Chicago. 111., and Lexington, ila. papers
IIOLIAVKR Entered Into rest, on Saturday.
March 5, 1904. at 7.10 o'clock n. m., Andre -Hollweg,
Sr.. at the age of 79 vears and 5
months, beloved father of Mrs. Fred Werz.
George J. Hollweg. Mr Andrv- Nolile. An
drew llallwcs. Jr., Mrs. Julius Miller and 1 r.-I
Holla ep. Funeral from residence. No. VS3
North Elqhtenth treet. Tuesday. March S, at
1:30 p, m. Friends Invited to attend. Kindly
ROEMER On Saturday. March 5. K01. st 12
o'clock roon, at Fturgis. Ky, Mrs. S M. Ko
roer. relict of the late B Roemer. M. D In
terment at Stnrgls. Ky. Virginia papers please
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION
GOOD, plug horse.
Apply 1401H Blair ave.
NURSE WANTED At once, reliable nurs
for IH-year-cld boy: sleep home- 433 Cook.
AGENTS WANTED AgenU who visit towns
In Missouri, side line; easy to males- 333 treelc
on this needy article. Tt" 99. RepuhlSs.
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