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THE KEri'BLIC: SUNDAY. JULY 22. 1300.
ERNE ERRED WHEN HE MIXED IT WITH TERRY. Should Have Fought Shy of the Slugging Brook- lynite in the Early Rounds Pace Killed the Buffalo Lad Bad Match Brought On by Jealousy. New York. July 2. 1500 The truth cf tho J u ,,im ... ,,...;, ,.,! made I oM iro..,1? maxim, a matcn ( hjif tw.iti.' was never belter uernon- fctrated th ! at th Maitlmn Sou-ire Gar den last M .n!ay night when Frank Krne. the light-w. Uht champion of America, was stopped in t'n-ee rounds hy Terry McGov crn. the feptr-'r-woUht champion, whom the IMfit.min undertook to knock out p ." ronin's Fir.o rra.:e ,i verv had match. He hit o:' 1 in he could chew, and the re mit I- that his ring career is tarnished hv tin Tr-ord f a decisive defeat at the hinds cf j rr n in the cbs helow him. It Is tho m -t mortifying defeat anv fighter I .is 'X"v r.ti.".! Ire the night Jo- Wal cou wh- u-dftnok to step Kid I-ivIgne fit I pound.- w:i n-.id- to look like "thlr t. -eo.s I idly stacked" by the Saginaw Kul Krne undertook to fight at 125 pounds, end ne iiMde th weight well and Rood. He was tit and -'ron. and I don't think the Ic'Lclt.g h r? Hm a pirtlcle. It was the yaee tint ki''-d him. Next to Jim Corlett ami Kid M.S-.H-. Krne ! the best at foot work of an flchter of the dav. His slde sterplrp out of darxrer his more thnn once fived him frem a knock-out blow from men h. f ier than MciJovcrn and fully as h'; ki M i-iinv nlsht he abandoned his t 'work -"'iflv and tried to stand up and Fluq n-'th th itrooMmlte. It was a fool- II nl -n lertnklip T rrv N a better slun per n d i -iZl eonsilercil. than was John 1 HuMii :n lr hN prliie. I.r-t week I said th.-t unless Knie had Meflnvern ridlv O.ized bi the end of the four'b irurd T r-v would win an I would put his man r rs du combat. I hadn't the vicuest i f that the lieht welsht would cu loos and trv to In-at Terry hy main : - r s 1 d.-l I th.- .ht he would let M 'iern mak- the runnlnr. and (vadlni; Ms rj-h"x neu'd uprtercut him n he came Jn mil him on the jinls .it Ions; range. Viiin e minute from the Ilrr round of t! pi is- when I saw hn- foolish Knie n s fip'-'H- I said t-j Heorsre Plvon who sal . 'en seats from im- "Terrj will do .m ,in' d him qilcl.lv." (eo-pe. who was j. ' . e. t K.-n. be'ore th fight, onl-i-V a N- h"Pd duhi'Hj-Iy "l ain't maklnR o t '! - ais all he would repli. 1 .:Iso -mil last week that If Mc!oicrn w,i- aMc t.i r-ih Erne's lithe bodi. cooil r- 1 i'-''. ihe end would be very near. He i" ! Kr-irk iuite sharply in the first i c lit t; was in the econd that he ci ir .i i'ineh under his heart thit hurt r.rne d-e.. "u!I Frank had mjde a stand in he m-' "e of tr.e rim; and b"can to pi - h Misiovrrn hjrd. left and right, a r i cli It intended to put him out then a"' ti -r He landed half a dozen stiff bVs n Mefl.'vrri's face and laws, one of Tbci shook Terry up pfreeptibly In 'he roldele of this fusillade Terry pot la " rUh"-v. nder rlht under the repion of K i r - r .. and It made him Rasp like r dv it of water The bell sounded and th" m n -m to ihlr chairs A creat many th uah t'm this wis clearly Krne's round, art 1' w,i a-- far as the numhAr of blows p''n,lei! w 13 concerned. Kven Sam Harris at peered irv ipprchensjve as he saw the per ous look on MeGov-rn's face as he came to hi chair. I felt satisficl then that Miilovern's blows were the most effective, anl wRi'titr over to where Tom O'llourku fat. I sal l "Terry is polnc to win." "Oh. K'won" retorttd 'j'Kourke. kindly. "You are from Ilrooklin. ISrooklyn never rrmlucel i champion yet " "You are oft asraln Tommv" I renlie.1. "'J-hrny Dwyer was from Brooklyn, and he Finis a chamr.Ion Tern- JlcOovern Is from . llrootlvn. icd he mn .e vour cre.it llttl cbampion, DKnn. ;- to the floor In l-feat twice, and Sell ao the trick with Erne." When the pone: sounded for the third roind I resumed mi seat. JIcGovern was rs ilrious as a rattlesnake in mid-Au-rust n" he aruswred th- summons to the scrr.teh I'reilous ti this Sam Harris his se-ond, had been urging him to "hit hlch." 1 He rostwin-IM To this advice with a lefl- lind smash in the middle of Krm-'s held. . which brought th core In ruddy streams. irfn re swunc lIt and right and both blows landed on Enie'K Jowls. Frank fousht I iiacn oii'eriy. n-.-t n:s blows did not have either he precision or the percussive force vx i erry s .Mc(jOVrn In attack leaped Into th air like a pime cock, as though the exci'ement of battle was stimulating him with gal vanic force Everj time he hit Erne a short snapp sound followed, which told how herd the blows were. A punch square on the chin sent the light weight champion to the lloor His fie.--showed tr.it he w.-s In' great danger, but he gasped for wind, nnd a he did so the b'ood sprayed ai over. He was donn full nine seconds of tho count. McGovern watched the count t calmlv and as un perturbed as though he was a spectator The instant Krne got to his feet Tern was at him apiln. merciless and relentless ph. what a puachjng be pave the Buffa- ' Ionian' Smash, hang, biff, thud, the blows, sounded Ihrte of his blows landed 01 i-rne's face, and the fourth caught him fair In th- midriff. He tottered Into a left hook, and apain h went to the floor. Terr- calmly reclined .15.1lr.9t one of te radded posts of th ring, and watted f r Jilm to rise Frank was- nearly done for when he clambered to hl feet, and I looked to see the end come Immediate!) . Me- 1 chanlcally. Erne raised hli arms to pro- ' tect hia laws Then )i mnan f w.lM ..ni..-. 1 but It didn't come within a ard of Terry's facp, Terry went to h! man and sent In an-oth-r hurricane of blows, driving Erne lie fore him. and again pending him to the floor. He was a'most out, seeing which on of his seconds, anxious to spare him h humiliation of an actual knock-out, shied his spotty- to the middle of the. ring In acknowledgment of defeat. Charley White, the referee, at once go between the men. and, touchlnp McCSoiera lightly on the shouli-r. said, "It's lour tight; go to joui torner" Terry hesitated a moment as though in doubt. Seeing the sponge, lit. cotnprel.-nde I the situation, and runnlrg 01 er to his eorn-r he begin hugging Harils. A hundred me-i jumped over the press stand to sj,,,,, , the conqueror's hard, and the police had -ill they could do to kfep the crowd back from him. SleannhUe. Erne's seconds picked him up and dragped him to his corner and began their work of resuscitating htm. 1 There was. hardly a mark to le seen on 31cXovern's race or body, but Ern wj terribly beaten. Ill nose was broken, one of his eyes was nearly closed, his mouth ' was spilt, and his body was badly lumped and contuse 1 around the rcplou of ids beart and over hli left kidney. He was a -w mj uraicu man. One of the oddest things about the bou' lias the fact that before tluy had fought a jnliiute Erne Vju compelled to clinch and bold McGoiern to sale himself from pun lhhment. In the first round McGovern go a 'eft-hand stab, and he slipped at tlu rame mormnt to 1.1s right knee. It wasn't a knock-down, though many thoupht It Mich. He took nine of his count and then Jumped up. but before he Rot off his knee Krne struck him. I have no Ue that 1- rank really meant to hit him fouL I think that he v.as of th- opinion that McGovern would get up sooner than he did and that the blow would catch him as he rose. Sam Harris called White's attention to the blow and a moment Uter to the tact th.iMZrne was violating the rules by "hold Jrvr. White cautioned tVank. and In the J'exr roun 1 admonished JIcGovern to be itry careful with his head, as In hln rush l.e brought It rather forcibly against Erne's till st ii v.as the fastest fight 1 ever saw, and lriru than half a ilozen times White had to , t betwien them and split them ap-irt. J rne was rive times the offender against holding." Once McGovern caught Erne around the Kidy and swung him to his hip, and it looked as though he might give him a fall. "Hold on there! Hold on there!" shouted White. "Don't lose jour head." Thus ad tilonlsheil. McGovern allowed Erne to slip to the floor and regain his Teet. I don't think either man had the slightest Intention of fouling the other, but they were fighting with lightning speed, and lii the hurry and scurry the things 1 have toll aliout were done. None of them had any ef fect whatever oft the result of the fight. Now for what might have been. Had the contest been one of twenty-five rounds' du lation and had Erce fought carefully, cun rinsly and in accordance with his uual s'ylc. there '3 ro telling what the result micht have been Pome people think that lf Erne was to h-iie another ili.imv at -Ue- G,.i,-rn in .i twcnty-liie round cotiL.-t ut IK pounds he might outioint the ISrooklyn wonder. 1 hardly think ho would, w-er. they to meet again, even under catch weight. McGovern give Hrno such aliiin ntng as he mil ncier forget, and no mat ter what the conditions may he I don't think that Erne would ever face him again with ore-half the confidence he exhibited wh.-n they began the tlrs round MonJay night He will always rememh-r tho ter rible body pUT-:.-s and Jaw wall.ips he got. and mi remomberlng he uill never lie ii ilgnrous. as clever or as confident again as lie was. That, I think is a true as I reaching. CorLscniicntlv. I lielleve tn.it Te.rv Is his master, now and hereafter, whether in a ore-round eontes' or In a light to a lim.sh. This fight has a moral. F-eware of jeal ousy Eir.e was Jeilou- of ill' plaNeS Ml'-Gov-rn recoiled, a id ur of this- jealousy came the statement which brought about the match that he could get down l" La )oun.Ls and son McGovern in ten nun Is. The result proves how mistaken he was and hw foilish h was In making it. From the mo'ietar oinl of liew "he match was a cnal one Tin re were fullv ll.oo p. rsprs in the garden, and I tht-ik the monct ity receipts aggregated fully si) -OOi. The fighters cot on' -half Hits -urn, .md I mi stronlv of the opinion, no matter what Is -.aid to the centra's", that thej split thilr shire of the monn, "Vi.-n S". p'l" " between ihem. Each of 'ho fighters will r.et about ."") api-ce as his sha e of the adndsion rconey. M.-Gonrr-a'.K. wins iju-te a haniNomc sum in siii,. pers Hy tne w.i. it was no: heavy a betting thrht .is I anticipated. This wa due to the overeonfidenc- of AlcO v and they were so c-rnin thit Tern- would win that in many ca-es thev bet '2 v. 1 on his no-lvir.c the decision. This eorjld ne re.it dazed Krne"s parrjsins and ktpt a m my of them from betting as hea -ylly as tlni would Stale, done nm the M-s not h tn so great. Krne took his defeat very mmfullr. thouth. cf cmrse. he trli-1 In a mea.-ure. to !i-.f tlta l.l imi f.ir ! .tii hi H.'lil "-Alirlil. I don't asree with him. He chancel bis . n- tire plan of liirlelns. and In dolns; -o m pave awsy nearly all th- chances of victori that he had. He couldn't slue with Terry and that tH tr- whole storv. Th-t i- i 1 nare possibility mat tne men mey tii'-ei j ....J ajrin. ior mere is a nip pnre ornr-o in m fnr a sli-roit'sd nnte-t in t'hirapo ,t eiteh weights. If the do. I am of the itihmti that Err.e will do his best to mike a s'aml off apainst Terry, and will never airaln un dertake to .slus with him. We are likely to see some of the prandest llphts lmaplnahle here In New York l-fnre th Hotton law's short base of life e pire.s. and the contest that I haie sup pested for several mirs a- the piece de n -slstance of te rinp. the one b.'tween Jim Carb'tt and Kid Mis ii). may come off .n itadlMin bquare Oatilen between row and I the end of AupuM Should these men be t broupht topether thre will be most likely ', the crinde-t oxhibieon of fistic 'kill and ' science ever wltresoyd in an rir.c. Jlcl'oy is the hirdci hitter and Is exccedinplv . clever, but In tackllne Corbett I thl k he , will find that he Is "dead up nealnst it" i The Kid Is quick, he Is clever and he Is j tunninp. he Is adroit and he l a now-erful hitter, hut In every one of these qualities . except the last, in my -opinion, he Is out- cl.issHl bv the California boy I I may li" mistaken, but I am firmly of the cplnlon that if Corbett poes Into the rlns ' In as pood condition as he was when he faced Jeffries we are eolnir to pee the mo-t ' J-.---. "- " .... -.j. . . ..... ... ... wonderful exhibition of llstie skill Im.ielti. . able, and that we a-e polnp to see forbett demonstrate once more that he ! the su perior of any man llvinc as a boxer, -.'tick a bl; pin In this prediction. Gus Ruhlin and ritzImmons have agreed to fight at the Garden on the 10th of An- sust. and later on I will have my siy about 1 their chincef. I IVter Maher and Joe Choyr-kl are also to 1 meet In Au?u-t before the Ttroadway Ath- , letlc flub. When they fought liefoio Choynski had all the liest of it until the last round, when In a tit of eontidence lie iook a inJne nun .naner. inn mat i landefl him llnu and Inserib!e for th took a ihanee with Maher. mil that clunee d him llmti and Insersible for the time being on the floor. Since thin I think fhoynskl has pon- hack a pcod deal .1. d whether Maher has or not remains to Ik? ! seen. 1 think that a contest betwren Maher and Sharkey would haie been one of the biggest mon y-setters Imaginable. I'crhaps such an THE MAKING OF A RACE-HORSE Rl DER. IIALCOIM (jPAtlAH - JOl-m "i01.DEH - J0H11 PETESSOhr- HA5&Y ARfOU - LE3UE 3PKMCKV J h.NfiviM' bin.-, nt ootlliinds .Stoi-li tliL'hii oi-pli;iii lads. nKi'tmiJc speciai- "We oupht to develop a race rider or two from that bunch of boys." said Waller Vivell. the new "superintendent of Itarney Sehrelber's Woodlands Stock l-'arm. refer tng to the group lllustrnted In connection with this artlcly- "We secured three of these boys from a local orphan asylum a jfar ai.o, namely: Peterson. Go'den and Larson. Sper.cer Is n younger brother of Hen'-y Spencfr. who rides for .1. It. & F I'. Kene. Mr. Schrelber plckeil this boy up at San Francisco last spilng. Graham was raised near the farm He wantu to be a trainer. "1'eteryon, Golden and I-arson are bound over to Mr. Schrelber until they reach the age of IS, when they become their wn masters. While here they are fed. clothed and educated. Afier serving their appren ticeship, Mr. Schrelber will std"rt each of them out In life with two complete stilts of clothes and 10O In cash. "The boys are well taken care of, having all the comforts of home. Mr. Schreiber's two sisters take a personal Interest In the bois. and do everything In their power for them. With this sort of training we have every reaion to belleie that they will de encounter may be brought about before September 1 Niarly a week has elapsed slim- T- rry McGuivrn whljiped Frank Krne. The Hur fatoulaii's wounds are htaltmi. his irui- no lotiB r ful a.s -ore ,i.s tlii y did If is Kilting nier the iffnt.s of his ilriibbii and tie mm Ik pins to hankir tor a chaiiif I" K-t hunk." a inek ao lie could not se ht'ii iliGourn had the sboit ot a ihinie with him. Ills iljinn Is now oledrod. Nni hi- thinks .MlGhii-iu is a "ciat tlKhtir" (in the words of the old Athenian Gtiier.il. i;rt.it I i.iil him, f.ir he conm nil :n-"i. but he ts of the oplt iuii that he N Terr.i".s m.istir Jt 133 pounds, ainl In urd-T to ill mui.sl rate thet Iu- reallj so bi 1 i v -. h has po.-t-d a uiiC-trMiis.tnd-diilUr forfi it with Jim I 'it belt lor .nii.ih-- tnati-b. tl.is time to U- tur tne liKht-mi-mht haiaploti--hip. and. irtiuni.ibl. for twen-t.le round-. l'here Is one specitieat.on of Krtle's which m.ii Interfere m-miiu-Iv with the tnkiiiK of a match, and that Is that Ik asks for eisht wieks time to set read). Tin Hor ton livi will expire In fore that time, and Just where a place cm tie found this siiie of Xn.iil.i wlur-- a twer.ly-llie-round -in- tist can le pulled urr anil a I1S B.iti" ; cured it is lilllii-iili to name, If Kllie wishes to have the public think that he really ls-lleies that he is .Mc'iov . tn's master at any weight, he will cli niije the tfrnis of his ch.illi-m-e. He ceiialniy nucht to be able to K' I out tin effects of his defeat bi MeUoiern and ready fir .ui ollier co with Iiltn !nlle of -1 weeks, bi fote the Horton l.iiv pisst- out I doubt, hnweii-r. if anythiuc. will come out of this eh.illence. It looks inuir to mo like a -multlce or a .salie to the Iluffaloiu an's v.irlty. If be and Mdiui'c'ii wire matched nKdn I do i'"t think their nn test would draw half as much iiiJltey n on- betwien Mi G.n.-.-n and .lack H'l'rl-n would ittiaet f i Urn n is willim: to mal.e lis pouiuis to aeeoiuinod ite Metloiern. but so tar Terry has .-hwn no Indication or wllllnsiios.) 't,, trfki- hltn up. SI auwhlle J'tn Kimiidi Is eklri- to brine: about u m toll I) tw-.ti McGoiern and Joe l'.ern--iin. "ih- prid in' tii- Itowcry." who miee stoivl T rry olf fur tw nty-tive rouu Is. Me G urn I. as inij r led i i much since that time, while 1 thirk UiMi-teln is retinifirfd Iiik. Still a match Ixdiieen tli'in would be vrj Inlet cstit s. XlcGoie-n h:-s Inve'ti d most of the prof Its ot his ie nt i'slit at the garden in a let of u-iund on 1 e:m a nue. about a mile ha. k of S'n eii-he.id IW. It Is a luau tl'ul ii-ceif tjrini-il. .ollomi"? l.oadst ilia's l"t. "lid n it tpr.ns Terry will bu'Id n ham!cme villa o:i it Th iiroixrtj is lm- P'oiinc very rapi ily in ialue ard Hie vears from now will te woth f-im .i to ! iht i cert more t: an it is to d.iv JIa-ter Mo- i i-overn Is a .ry wis., y mn: cu ! J. It (M.V'o.N) Mc'Ul:MIi'"IC. illeiile AniititK Vniiniils. There li no longer any question ofth fact that the Impulse of suicide is hy"i:o means confined to human lieinps. Many i of "" low animals delilnMatidy destroy thi'tnselve- undr c rtaln tundltions such for e.imp!e as Imp-i-ormcnt. which si-enis to pile them an abhorrent of Ilitnp It is lmix Ible to l:np a ti.t se.d allie In citn llu nietit. leiaiise it will ItnariiMi Marie itelf to diath. refuslnp f..il. ISather i.dc it i that -ueh should be the c ise inas niuth as the hair seal Is so remarkably I tractable an animal -fond of It.- huiu.in master and quick to learn tricks Pops haie been known to ref'ise food and starve to death at tVlr ma-t r's prave-. hut i priri ramer man an i:uem nn o; -eu-ue- I . .. ....... .n.. I... ....-..... ...I.!.. I.. . ... t. I.. " MIlllll.'ll III IJ lU .11-' '-"illl.ll'lt 111 Ul II III- m.itii e . The 'rah has n way of amputatlnp Its own -irm-. and iV. s not hfsitate to throw one of t! em awai If it hapivns io N in jured jlulitlv. Tbl- silf-mutil.itlon of the crab Is nit aceomp!i-h-i bv d"t.ichlt:p the limb at a Joint, a- i.n won'd r.i uralli suppose. Inn the fracture Is made In the length of the uppir arm. at a oiiit where It is small, sa.is Hie Sattinl.iv Kvenlns Tost. Kvimlnitlon of the im-ml r will i show that nature his prnilded for such amputation In a irry curious wai . a little cut like the -crati-h a hoi maki-s across a stick of c.mdv to break it. Is distinctly lf! . ll'll- i ob-eri.ible at the ioln' nuntloned. When jtr. fr.ib wpnt- to ?et rid of a ehiw l.e throws the arm backward with a Jerk, and it snaps off . fox will pniw off his own lee f It is c-iupht In a trip, and a wilf will do the sum- thlnp. The so-ialbd crai snak". which is r-.illv a lizard, will dtop its t.ill and leave it .-oiilrrii.ip In the pra. . wlidc the reptile Itself nk s.ifi tv by iriwltnp nff unob.-erie 1. The "ptailnp mantis" is addicted tu tie pr.u ! of chew Ins off ls "'" los. while it N almost impossible to secuc a pirfeit liarl Ulstes serrl.-iudi. be- cause tin; erejturi-. when It Unil- ttseif held, bites off Its r-ont leps mtantly A scirabanis bf tie native to Ilorlda. when ""'ch- dies In the hand- .if Its eap-or il- """.' imneuiateiy-app..renity or nervuus excit-ment. I'closkey. IVefinetoiislnff, V.neklmiir nnd othr Northern Mi.-hipaT reports. Hest route Is via V..ndalia-l'ennNlvanti lir.es. Thniuph sleeker leav.s St. Iuls 1 p. m. dall : dinlnp cars. dall : dining cars. -- Vlrtorln I. Ik. it ctirl-teiiliit;-. ' .s 1 ounp woman 13 1 -en Vletor-.i ion-! startly atlerd-d Drosldc chrlsttnlns and weddings as well a tunerals. but i:mv -he, contents hirself with setnllnp f' he- hum- I rue ineiiii- in in" i-a-iie, or in siiewiiiii rot ttem from her cairiape The 1 Jut. r neier ' goes) up to ll.Imor.il without inking with her ca-es full of small ures.nts. Tim v.ar these gl'ts were for the most pin pur- cba-e.1 In Dublin. Til- deiotli-n n' tb ijiurn ! to her htrh'.and home Is sipnificuiilv shown 1 b the fact that ev-r thing th it happens at Italmora' n.-tilli. am . e! I. t t'i t m..v h.';en 'o in. of hrr tenant- I- IniT. 'lite- ly tofi to tne ijueoii wii.nier she may be. . 1 Jinn velop in'o young men of good babi's If all our rat.- riuers were broii' t iv s w.l as the little orphans are on this farm Ihe turf would be a great d. al lwtt. r off for it. "Ad our bo ar- rather small fcr their ages, i.olden. the ounK'.st. is 1 years d. , The oth.-r four are all lb None of ihetn weighs oler 1 tiunds. Any one of the part can eat as mil.li as almost .111 Mail' on the place. All of the bois .,re d'iUhled with the farm. We hale on- of th- finest lty Wheiieur he has a good day at the track l.e Invariably pivti the boy.3 some loose change, which they immediately Invest 1.1 cakes ein.K o- 1..- ,r-i V .,11 .,. .1,7.. , I . .,, ,. , J bjyp. they take to swEet things Hkc a duck uuio . in. mn may us iiie mopei t uyri v .ituiiiai uu)3. qui pri.speciie Jockeys have to be careful ..bout wbaL thev eat. They can halo pinny of substantial fuod. but nothing fattening Is allownd them. ai.d. as nearly ah s .'ot stue has a tend' nc.i to lncrcas- one's avolrcuro.s, we endeavor to keep the boys nuay from It "Snencer will nrobablv make a pood rider. 1 ir he does not pet too heaiy. His brot.ier. . you know, has been ngarded as America's pi emit r race rider, slrce Tod Sloai went t" Knglaiiu. The Mes rs. Ke.ne pay Hen . A fill II U- lull Sio;ili ur .1. l.Vill lli;i li( ruiiiri'jlliil il (irYli.inl4 in iliiiiiiiirt .1...I .....m iiu f.ni. . brothers fiml.t-.i nnd had to be turned . . .. ...... ..,...... .... ...,,.. ,,.1 ...... j . . ';,-.".V ,,r ii.u.illiiiul.1 ilso hu.i I u'S It. os the .iiajor Is eonrei , il 10 be 11. rlpins ihe Lo.is ale giien carte blanche to ft?' I he nr aster of W ,0 ids al 1 had ,, , AJnltfr,C!1. ,,e (,,., ovrry help thcm-elies. Frank " Jord !ri e veirs ago Votwlln- '' ' Klaitle. and ever' one el-e ruts It "Abcut the only danger we have to puanl ndlmr his Iioor iUSlithwtM ? . " "" Ivllle m n. To decide the re- ib Lv .idu...-i 1. m- ..h.:i..,- iu.1. ?:"f!?"K. .'i'f .P.r t,uTf.? i.....I. .V. l. -."' tultluu- controietsv. and Incident jlv to le- - "..... .-j .. ui.a . '-, J aauvsua l la IH.r V IlUI.I'kr. !! Iltl-- vs I vil T till- MANY FAST MEN TRAIN FOR SPRINTS mm'i: Tin: i)i:rv nr'iui: iiiciri.i-:, i'ii:iti:sr in mmhviimj ii ;iti:ii,i imiii:.i:ii in i'. i.iii i". tin tup to the numerou-i pUnlcs Rlien In St I.uls this Mim.ii.M. with athletic events as .itlrurdnn-.. a pt.at bourn has been brought aliuul fur Held contestK. Tim pilz.ii off.tej are usually of i.ilua i'lid beauty sut.'iclmt Io, arouse the ambi tions ur nil mtig man. Io say li'ithlni; of the huiidrisl.s of school boys who have a natural leaning toward atliletics-. Chief intcicst centers In the sprinter. The !-ati da.-h is .ilwiiia tlio event uf anj. athletic meet. Ilure are at present In St. Iiuls about thirty sprinters uf mote or less ability. In condition to run. and about fifty more who contest and train at odd Hints, but h.ivi no idea of how to pet Into proper condition. .Probably tho mnit prominent man uf the season 1.5 H.iiJm L'ur.l. who was timed In :lu Mat at the I'.istlmc track at the Inter scholastic Field Iuy. IiMsmuch as the late craik runner or the 1,'niiersity or low.i lould not do even time two trials over the same track In 'W. while In the bet ferra of Ills life. It Is hard to brieve that Curd is capable f mcli time. It Is true tint s-uih an uriiunii nt does' not seem suijnd. but wait. Orumm inn and won his heat and Iin.il here In :! 1-3. Kurinp the m.ot of the Western Division. A. A V., he not only won. but lift his opponents by many i.uds those same opponents twins the plck.si men of all the W.::crn athletic tin Us. Now. Oird, tliouph a fust man, did nn lieut his Held of school boys nearly so far us Criinim distanced the plok of the I here has been a sriit deal of dispute ab.iut the ability of the Smith Acaibni la !. and ever one is clainorinp for nniP; p. ..tame apainst HickollT. Hroivn. Will Woltf. Hermann o'Xelll. Klnff. Hnnepan .i..d all tne in-n who have been inak-iin stub a siwl showlnp alniut town this -e.i- ""rh. re Is a little elevator lad called the "Unknown." who is regarded js llkel to do pr.at thmp in the fiinin-. me .--. i.m. Ik js i-i start mini -n """-. ,?'" i ,'-,' "'",'" v,,,arr' ' oilanl. the Up of the 1'air Ground.-, alons with Dute t. aKiiin. club also Messrs. IJipps and Vourtue. two i. (..i is tjoirp to take another out.np in tno i p. ntiem-n who play constantly and put spiked shots. , j 'P aery stronp same. 1-tst. hut not least. Vpvaklni: of Cabanne brings up the sub- are Thur.ton Wrlsht and Ralph nicKit i. i os n, v.hrther a man can come luiit trick, the winners of th- duuble chain- liter eipni years inieii. .-" ..........v.. ....- did lit'.- work last reason, was .,": opui- lon that Ills "itgtit nait gone mn, u.-...--.-n. .1x1 noihlii!? fur one year, but after con- champlonslilp at Detroit i . ""''-"., H.) n Ml-. If he i-oui.i J' 'nih; woum an ne over oui "'- ' ' : .; -prints hercalKiut". but no man has eie. bUi, known to make a ''! jH'rformat. -e. xlHMi i.tKt on imriy juiio ' i.t. ..rf capper. I,,s It .m him. The ,,,b. Carman lavs claim io .i--j .." - -;---:;- , tanre. and Is not at all ashain-d of -acli a performance, as all men In the game know ili.ii "o do It he hid to p.t over the ground in a way that would br-ak the luarts of the iiiii'.riti- cf St. l."Uis sprinter. Ins not douti'd the spikes f.ir two years. Will s.ivs it is too hard a Job to get into ...iT.iiii.ni .i: d be does not care to lie. Isnten hy Inferior men. as he surelj would !.. If he ran without training. Duffy. T.ks- bnrv Kraenzleln or am- otner tnr wouui p.. to defeat from a "lnbter" If out of eon- dltloit. . . . . , . It Is claimed mi ROo.1 authority thit loot o?. ir.",." ,h;"Un1Af.ou""teh:;.. an- otSer sport. This does not mean inai a suiting poo-i auiiioniie- ..- .....-.- ,'"1 ;""" "" "w-viine. iw.i of the best spec ntin.1 to po ahead, and he Just snPl '":;" of the atlible In the club, are out pomp the oth-r dij. when the big St.. in i. r dady, and play a coupii of games, hut pre dropiicd anchcrin Southampton liarb.ir.liui f.r Iota, as they do r.gularli-. Hoth are his case Is not to be compared to that lory fast and clever with "t,e mltli -of I'abanne The latter won the A. A. L. Dwlpht Kvans Is estlmiited one r .!. l,e-t where mar as whl .,mm :,r l'V"'i '0,ra''-v;nJn";.' '.: L ". nt ml-s their nous oi ai on no- vi .-;-. o '- --- -- -- -. ; - " .j i.ii oujnrii i.vans has .mite am thing but conducive to pood iv ml and , r.s goo.1 an athletic record as his brother ns'cl. a- Dute will barn when he stacks In his four years at Smith Academv he np against the i.iungsters of the e)so j was l In Ihe field days. In hose Yl.ii- Otto H.s-kwolff. who has wen many prize . h- did the school in :iai-J i, u ,,i,l in the last three 5 ears. s.e.'nis to l the most that the watches. n ,.rc no. ,. th, n . h, consistent of th. local crown, it- u-unii) uarry I'ollard and Senser.fi- l.t the wli-s. and Is aln.iys in the monei tia m it- Kians bo.is a love set on Thur-.iav bv printer must die .of that dread uiease. 1 fiarence Gamble. Smith 'fl'. a 1-irn hill but thev train down s. line that the slight- 1 plai.r was a reyular at t.nnls during th et cnrel. ssn-'ss will brlns on the cold. , early part of the ason. but It Is said he couch aid the end. ' went over to polf because th-re arv n-it Vounsr nN.111 has N-en doing iry well so many real crack playing, the latt. r .....I tI1I bear watching after this .Mr s game at the club irrmind ..Mrlcee. I Tho m thiols Athletic flnli has one man under cover who b tipiied to do wond-rs lefore the leaves fall. He Is nut quite ready ct. nnd is lery i-on-picnous for his dbscrce when wanted. The athl-tls gr. nnd in Fmt Park are in ii- fnproie-i wiiii-ii iih rii iii i.-ti- io- the ad ililon of a lerv fa-t cinder trai k for the fo.it racei". and It I- ppunised that 1 .. 1. .. ... score will is" added 10 those ai- ready I" training If tbl good nws pan 1 out ti vear 1IH will more than Ilkely bring -ortli i WV 'rrs to uphold St. Is'uls agiii! st the stars of the !.ast. More good thing- re In -igM foi the 1 l.eil eonll gent It Is to be hoped that all 11 'II b ml a hind to pusi tRo'ii alorg Uloliu Spencer a yearly retainer of $if.C and his , out ide mounts will btina bis .igr-sa- an- 1 nual larntiss. up to JjjOi". Full broth-rs to good nice hoises .1 not a!wjs pan out well, and not more than oie -memb-r of I an one partleulai family lias ever aehlei ! tAm ., ., r ... UJ. ,j, If ni KOllw . to pie-ent us from trims to make a good JorK-y out of Leslie Spencer "Mr. Sehnlb. r had a younger biothr of John Hullmaii' las; winter, but he n-ver I s-howed ail Indication of follow ins In his Sprncer's brother a thorough :rlal b-for- . p.. sing judgment as to wrewier or not lie w!!',nake ood In the saddle. I'tterson and Larson are bright, active hoys, but Golden, although quite as Intel- iCI.t us lth(lr 0'f lh(. olncr tw0. )a not , nctne. These boys are all pelting a trior- oupn in-mui. 01 tne race-i:oi- ousuie 91 This will assure them of a chance to mak-; , a pooo living1, even It iney snouiu uu 10 deielop Into race rld-rs of preat ability. Nearly all our Jockevs become trainers after thrir ridlne davs .ire over Felix Carr. for 1 lt.st.ince. Is now one of Mr Schrelber' rarst v.ilu.ihle ir-.ilner.s- while Jlmmv Me- I-iughlln. Tom Kiley. A'ev foilngton. Jolin F. Sch rr. I!ill IJonol ue and other old- time ri 1. rs "re now traia-ng for them selie " TENNIS BOOMING AT FOREST PARK. hT. I.OIIS ATI!l.i:i'H- i 1,1 UOASTS nil ii in .m)iii:d iii:iiiti:i: ok mii: .i.i.i:(ii:ii ii:cdi:m' (;ami: ir.no i, imiin'i i:us o.N 'i in: i-i.i:it-. I-iwn tennis, iihicli has been rcpanled by many iieople as purtl.i a pame In which ladies and geiith men can take enjoyable rrcr.nti.nl topeth. r. Is having quite a boom In St. Louis this sumtiur The St. trills Athl. tie I'lub. which 1ms its ptetly habitat in Fore-t Park. Is the main ause for the siirprisliip increase In the number of players. The iUb has eight ' celbnt tourts. On Saturdays and Suin!.is play.Tx are obllgi-d to awjlt ihIr turns for a chance to play. Out of inemb.rs in the St. I.. A. C. 4A are tennis enthusiasts, whero there are hut IS) devotees of Rolf, the established fad of tlm century. Mr. Lesttr Crawford-tlie holder of the club polf record of forty-six strokes, for Ihe nine-hole coure, who is r.sarded a- u f.in.itlv on that panie-I t,oi a.5 enthlibi-a-tle In his deintii.n to bis game, as some of the tennis players, are to theirs. Nlnely t'ine out of lo tennl.s players arc cnnlinual ly ilKkerlnp with th. ir rackets, in a vain emlraior to get the handles to suit them. Doctor Jo-eph Charley, a regular on the com Is. I- on.- man who claims to be suit ed. Some daS aoo Iio. tor fruit i.-s lsiupht. a line nickel and proceeded i nuike kindling wimI out of ., l.irp.- part of Ihe handle. He linall) pot it down in his id.a of .; perfect lit and .ls not a. bit slow about .-a irp so Neierth. less. Doctor Charles has bten hi-unl to mutter harsh thlnps about ior luinlles wli.u he thought no one was In hearing. Snm Jealous mor tals are mean enough to insinuate that the doctor has ruln.i! an .xpeii.-iie racket in a wild endeaior to suit n ranc. The slnplo championship of the club I, t.. be ileelilisl about August 1. It is propped to open tho contest to the State. Among the promlti.nj candidates for the medal arc- Messrs. Hert Hud-on. witimr of the event In : nugene t-Vnsency. a Washington Tnlvcrslty loy. uho is cojiiI- , .-n exceedingly pood, especially on the .-.nj. ...i nt? ciun ior i?o, ijr 2lIc:K It- iii.-n mays a ivrv brill i.-mt ..i. ii... l lek til: nut tike all oung men he Is Inclined Io tii.. Ji,i-"m(- ",c J-aiis brothers, "" mn gam- In llariaid. where he ..;"'... u""Prr?J-' " :i1-" )ua-le he I ,',"',' ."-" ,v " . uwvntie l:vans friends claim that no man of his weight In St. Iiul, can cive him even a fair Ti"- mi.mwii.. h (onuitn huI brothers reenileavorinp to l,re.,k the i - --. - ' . nun ineir nani urlies. . Newman Samuels, the athletic manager , at Washington Cnlierslty. is cut ev-rv aN i t.ri.ocn for a came or tu n,..- .,,. .t , Mr. Samuels seems to lie ihe life of the dub with his tremendous flow of -rtrits and willlngnes to try to do ..verything til Milt otners. even to m!p'avlng t" oblige his opponents. If he did not l-t up a bit now and then thev would be "It" right rlotig And be It right along is most un- Tiii .1-. Inf. 1, p falianne tried .i eoio.le or ,... j the other day and was bioning linn! at ! 'he finish. rul pronounce- tennis a pre-it 1 game for exercise, fehnnne ihonl.1 hnncr ' "gret Vlf;Tl',S5r?.,,K!fdN '.VXlcllo sports ...ive tfnrls and polf. 1 Itlllv Stelnwer-ler. the tnr rnlteclm see- 1 ond b.imnn. 1. Ii. ire from I'rli.enion r..r the vacation. He .lo.s not go In much for t.nrls. but makes up for It In his lenulnn ' to baeli.ill. He playrd second ba-e for the 'club team Saturdav last and rrade a bit eien time .jp. bf.i.ie stealing bases nil i ne ivay ;iri;r'i, lust as i ire opposing . team was .-omisise.1 of straw men- 1 M'OHT ll'lll 11111 lll'JMi'.iri'I. A.-slerii Itn'ilnp; flub ltiinnurK (. l.illce llnlfers l.lirli .111 tile Hiicr. Every tnemlier cf the -Ix rowing clubs along tl'e river f'ont Is now- talking out the results of the Natl mil Ri -atla. wh'eh tci.k place on the Harlem Klver. New York. Thtiisday. FilJay and Siti.rdnv. the uti maiies of which will be found In ano'h.r co'u.nn. Alihough nit i.ne of tb". lo.'.il clubs had ni' entr-. tit" In'ere.-t ... ?tr.n.;i r than f 1 e m.-'iv eir a- th wrlttr.rrs are to lie suit to Paris by thJ Na'i'ina! As-vlalo'i t.. show the "for. iji.it-" that tley are the pri it -t th3t .ver iiaprenen wfiet It 1 utiles i ii n.T.illlr. trie blr.i'es N.H a rr.ia tv u n was s-i-.t to the bU I . -tta. lut that .Ii n..t -lariifv lh-t th I. als are Idle. A a iruitter of fac' a"' ih e fit to stand ihe bnck-breaki-g pime . rt :r-.'nmp lire !. ners lor tl.e :n .'i.K j .'f ll.e Southw strrn Ito-rmp A-ror.atl.ir.. w i-Ii wid crme ..IT et ''reve freur Like ' 1 Jt Aiuust. ilwlug to the epentiip of .1 1 r - iit-iiir lire rlh' to the lake, na"- j are predletlig sreit thlnrv for Ih-'lr I itiie f:o.n now on. Tb, numiier ard .!as of th races to be siv..i have not yet he. a ' "ied uron. I.ul i-ertain it i that th" r and Junlcr six-o.re-1 barge events . 'e en th- I ro-Tni.nii. all the clubs j 11 1 hale i r-iekerjucl; teams .or !. , . t The iiiv rs siiolten of v.lih fjvor .ur th. fonts and doiib'e-- v hll' ihe ri'lr- . r. d boat hi- ' ir-e 1 o.wi : : le t . r .1 :- I .1- ! :nai seem, toe sltgk-a are g.vei tile U -h- fe.. ep.:,.. b'htp in favo- .-' th 'it- I t.r e. : .nl ihe Westerns hai. . .-n" j y f .r a 'o taboo aspirants lor "Ion - i st '- l.i ...r imtii theii list. The im k of i 1 l.-t In ontr-t for inc"s- I.- h..nl l.i ; ' 0 .n. tor. tin ! ver.- Ilkelv due tu . , m n !t of ftip'i-elats tchnt of Fr.d line- I 1. ..i".r. for Instance J Ti... laiest addltlen to ihe rink of t!w I ' 1 .1 ! tlmr vii.i"k:i.,r. a v. n lustv 1 ii p man who a 1; I ! o rte a r patmion 1 r. . 1- is ,ico a h b!e.llt. Arf.ni I- i " vc umi. aiMltiin. m t irlv fo- -- we!!-, k i. -illlit'. an Hil-rntnul -I'Me!- but fi Ii s w.M.1 fell...- l,Ip as will Th Wi-lern Itrwlne flab hi I.I a lasnl 1 'v . l.-mp's I'jrSs last Vfrl.ii! for the . 'erf-.-imert ' Its n'.mKrs in.) their t- 1 ..111- i.n rvil-'n 'in to tin-i:.i--r" 1 . a evei; man and woman of the 1 re crowd '11 all-n.lin" pr.1nnt1r.11l !t tl -.! of the Mason In n.wl.ig e!rs 'n t' Wis'iTiis slve I'll nt r' ilr'ne-.it . r'-. n Idp .. r..d Mid no Ti-t lk'. 1 . 1 I: ti. - veittl m-r . i it'.- i-iN ' " .; ' 1. 1 tin net of whl.l i't lie a'i ex. ursioti aid pic. do nt Wal-.li.o. III. ni Augii-i Z limit!. 1: wit.!, it.vt'i: m:i;i:o ti i.oit I.t.iiin III.- I'lior Hie diil. I'.cllst in liuerl.'ii I'eitrleis .if ih.- ttta.'k. In the s.a-on of ItiS there v.e:e thoi sir.ds or c.icle racing nlhusia-ts In Am-r-Ic 1. each and evtry cue of whom would hale cone mile- to -ee a mat.h race f tw.ett Major Tailor and Owen IC.mble. the nidi pair of pedjltrs 11 Im have b-u con s il-r d prmtr rivals Ihati laid ai.d f ot r. ! Now that the game Is dead Jtid eumpara- 1 lie ti fe. 11 1.1- fi.l-M .... .1.. i. a ..1 ." ele railtig. a 111. tel ..... -. .. ... ,..- ..... ..... ....... . .. - h.s been attains-.! te dder and Hi- 1 .im-iiile twe.n tho rifsn ir At the National t hiinm-on-h.us inn at Inulanapolls in li.s, lilmb.e beat T ilor !l. "' 11 one 01 the P'eat.st iaees of the .ir. A"" dais ao b- r. 0 ateil th trick or. tne same irarK. anu peop e v.-onmr nov. 11 1 ".' .hs ""'? ,,m.rS,.nn,Srf,f Kr - -;"-. ' r,"',n --' ",:":, "." "V hV ts. best two in three. He It -aid to Kimble's credit Hut he 1 the only man In America to-day who is willing to take on the dusky marvel The race will be ridden In the FrthCil stile, no pjee. and should resu.t In o .e of the best contests ever seen on any track. Tliere'n Nn Trlend Like an Old Krlesid He will always help you in time of men. It If the same with Chamberlain's folic, C holera an I Diarrhoea Remedy It Is an old and tried friend in many thousands of families and like iter old friends cm al w..s be 1mi nihil ui on In tltm o. n-d. -AJv i iitui i r- i' VARGOOilE And its Successful Treatment by DBS. FRANCIS AND FiMiOiS, THE MEN WHO CURE VarlC3Ce!3 in 5 Days, Stricture and Gleet m 10 to 20 Days, Gonfaglous Blood Poison m 30 to 90 Day s, and Nervo-Sexua! Debility m 30 to 90 Days. Thousands of rrcn, sufferers from Varicocele or Its results, Irapotency and Loet Jlanhota. have asked themselves the question: Can Varicocele be cured? To thee men we will say that wo can safely and permanently euro Varicocele; and wo xcant eiery man afflicted to read carefully what follow. The majority of the sufferers from VrIcocle who consult us come wearing a su-pen.-ory. which has been recommended by their family physician as their only hope of a cure, and a poor chance It has afforded. They haie worn electric belts, trusses, etc., Hll warranted to cure; have taken gallons of medicines restoratives, invigorators. Mire cures, free treatments, etc.. until their stomaths haie revolted, and their health is s riou-ly Impaired. They hai e expended hundreds of dollars -without any permanent benefit, have lost conndence In their feilow-men and have begun to despair of ever being cured. These are the caees we especially solicit patlent3 who have been unsuccessful In their search for a cure; men who realize tho seriousness of their condition and uill ap preciate successful, scientific treatment and a permanent cure. We have made a special study of the treatment of riirnnle. Xenons and Scxnal Disensrs of men for many years, and over ten thousand cured patients will gladly testify to our skill, honesty and succfs In the practice of our specialty. The great se cret of our success has been that both rich and poor alike receive our very best serv ice". Our whole energies have lieen concentrated on our specialty and not scattered ovf r the entire field of medicine and surgery. -ich case receives our careful and thor- 0nKh "f"'"0"1 " ""'if FT a healthy nnd happy man. with physical, mental and sexual powers complete. If you are suffering from Varicocele or any deransement or weakness of the sensi tive organs of the pelvic or sexual system we want you to Investigate our system of treitment ard success In curing these diseases with aa much care as you would In th rureha-e of real estate. We will ar.swrr any nue-Hnn you may wish to ask and will gladly refer you to re liable business men, whom we haie cured of a similar affliction. We recognize no su perior, and but few equals. In the successful yourself In our care you may rest assured ment obtainable, and that you will be cured WE GORE VARICOCELE Varicocele Is man's most prevalent anl tnsldious disease; It Is a condition of en. Iirg'd. ililateil and broken-down veins of tho left scrotum: feels like a bunch of earth worms; there Is a dragging down weight In the left spermatic cord. . Th causes of Varicocele are many injuries, stralrs. prolonged exertion, sexual dineacs. heiedltnry weakness, etc.. but the great majority of cases ar" due to either self-nbu-e in early life or later sexual excesses. There Is a faulty circulation of blood to the -e-:ual organs, and as a consequence of the Insufficient nutrition the glands be come sofuned nnd wasted. The stagnant, poisoned blood Is constantly being thrown Into tl.e general circulation, and as a result the whole system Is Indirectly affected. You lwcom rervotts, Tlespondent and Irritable, your memory falls, your old-time en- rgy ami ami Ition are lacking, you- cannot concentrate your mind on your work, yon grew weaker and weaker sexually, and ultimately become but a wreck of your former self. lteicilts of .Neiiled Neglected Varicocele leads to all the horrors and tortures of Impotency and l.ot Manhood; it depresses the mind, racks the nervous system, unmans you. unfits ou for married life, hinders your success and shortens your ex istence. Tlirotv Anr Y.inr Snsprnaory Your family physician will tell you It is of no Importance and will give you a Suspensory to relleie It. or will treat you for th symptoms Nervousness, Impotency. etc., without relief, nnd you will accept your fate us Inevltsble and prepare to Hie out a miserable existence. The taking; internally or applying nie.llcln. will never cure this condition, nor will the wearing of Blectrla lb-'is. etc.. and we would advise the reader to beware of the many Fake Slush room Medical fenrerns who claim to cure this disease and really do nothing for you. tlttr Ilterlro-t'lieiiile lleilioil of treatment Is your refuge: It Is the only pisl tlie cure for A"arlf"cele outside a dangerous, wide-open surgical operation (cnttlns; out the veins). Our method of treatment Is entirely painless and devoid of danger; It has all the ;i.Inn!.i&-s to be d-tiied from the rturgleal operation, but none of the many dlsad iai.ti.sfs. It compares to the old-time treatments ax the electric light does to ths candle. We guarante. to cure the mot aggravated cases of Varicocele In from flva to wn das. We hai tured oier j.tv of th- most complicated cases of Varicocele, and have yet to have a failure or lecurrence. Why not lake preventive measures be fore it I tc.i late? It I.- a duty you one yourself and family that ou be cured of tbl- dr.siil di-e.ie. We have ours, li-s tried all the different methods of treating thin OrsMise. and know from .iitu.il . xp'rlence that lie can assure you the aulckest, safeet and most reliable cure obtainable. Uiia.-niit.-.-.I mii Curr.I We give a wrltt'n guarantee In eiery case accepted for tr. utmrnt. WV can demonstrate to the most skeptical that we are dolns Just us we claim to ..' When we haie explained our treatment 'to 0U In detail, and yau hare talked. In the privacy of their own offitcs. with reliable business men whon we hale cured, we feet certain that any doubt you may have had regarding our a M it to cur yoj will haie vanished. fencf, or tupo Men. many of jou. In your very prim. when ou should be enjoying all the pleas ji! e- . f life, find ourselves broken down In health and prematurely old. Your present ccii lllloti is the result of early evil practics or later Indiscretions. Has your life b. en a disappointment to yourself and frlendsT Are you nervous, irritable and de spondent, larking the vim. energy and ambition that denote the perfect man? Man's whole nerve and vital force originates from and depends on his sexual system. If you bale erred, jou cannot expect to enjoy good health and perfect manhood until auch time as this i,eakne-s has been corrcted. We want nery man who f. els that he is not up to the proper standard of health and manhood to consult us. We will gladly explain to ou the true nature of your londitlon and d-scrlbe fully the system of treatm-nt we will uso In restoring you to pood health. Our treatment for weal: men acts by overcoming the effects of early follies-. It is a Specific lu th- true sens- of the word; under Its use all Drains and Emissions cease, the icuM regain their normal size, and jou will never again be troubled with I'rema tiireness. railing memor, nenousness. loss of ambition and the many other symp toms which unfit you for business and pleasure. We can fit you for a happy married life nnd a successful business career. Do not delay: Impotency is never at a standstill. We also care Sirleinrr- and Gleet, Contaxious lllooil I'olaou and all reflex anil as-eciited dsbtases of mm. CORRESPONDENCE. Most casss can be treated successfully at home. If It Is impossible for you to call at our office, write us a full description of your case as you understand It. We make no churge for Consultation and Examination. We give a written guarantee In every case accepted. We do only an Office practice and you will find us In from 3 a. m. to S.3) p. m.; Sundays 3 a. Jn. to 1 p. m. Take elevator to eighth floor. DRS. FRANCIS & FRANCIS, 8H Holland Building, 211 N. Seventh Street, ,er01irest., st Louis. M 0CELE CAN CURED ! 7?, ?"" " o" '"? practice of our specialty. When you .place that ou wl.l obtain the very best treat In the shortest time possible. !N FIVE DAYS. Los! Manhood. it.