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THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. MASCH 27. 1901.
QUAVER WON AT
TWENTY TO ONE.
JENKINS MUST WIN
FROM ERNEST ROEBER.
IN A CLOSE GAME.
HOME FOR ALL.
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the following extracts tuen from his daily
mall trow what men think of his gener
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the benefit has been extraordinary. It hns
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Strength and vigor have completely re
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AH correspondence 1 strictly confidential,
mailed In plain sealed envelope. The re
ceipt Is free for the asklner and he -wants
fvery man to nave it.
FIGHT AT FRISCO.
Arrangements for Jeffries-Rnhlin
New York, March 26. The offer of J. J.
Groom, manager and matchmaker of the
National Sporting Club of San Francisco,
for the Jeffrles-Iluhlln championship battle,
practically ttlcs the fact that the fight
will go to Frisco. Both men aro willing
to fight In that city, and the final arrange
ments will probably be settled in a few
Groom's offer Is for a twenty or twenty
five round contest, and he wants the bout
decided on July 1, If possible.
The only hitch Is the question of the
fighters' share of the receipts. Groom of
fers 0 per cent, but Rublln's manager, Billy
Madden, wants 70 per cent, and will insist
yn KOOJor traveling expenses to Frisco.
The date has been left open to Jeffries,
who demanded this concession before he
would agree to make the match. On other
matters Jeffries has notified Madden that
he will agree to the terms asked by Ruh
lin. Garry Herrmann la Sold.
Louisville. Ky.. March 2t The deal for the
purchase or Garry Herrmann as closed Tuesday
afternoon when Slax Samuelson, as the renre
aentatlvo of Captain S. s. Brown of Pittsburg,
delivered to Trainer Hughes a. check for J-U0'j
TTm crsplc Knn nf Imn nriil l-hT SMlr r3nrn ......
at once turned over to Trainer Bob Tucker, and
tens In his stable at Churchill Downs to-nleh:
This was tho onlv colt being trained hy
Hughes, who left to-nleht for Chicago to turn
over to Charles Head bmlth the check. Trainer
Hushes has not decided hat be will do, but
h may take charge of the string of K. S. Gard
ner. Jr., Including Bangle.
lTlor, the Derby ellglDle of Captain Weldner,
ss tha only colt of prominence to be given
vtork at Churchill Downs Tuesday, as the
weather was raw and cold. He was sent thr,.-
uuartern easily In 10. 2C. Weldner also sent two
2-year-old maidens the same distance In 103.
Cafferty breezed his cracks and will give then
it work-out Wednesdav. Jockey Tommy Grlffln
was at the Downs Tuesday looking over tha
horses with a view ot making a. few purchases.
Dli Xot Try to Pirate Perfcctoa.
Cleveland, March 26. 1c President Somern of
the American League, discussing tbe recent
statement of President Roblaon of the St. i'aul
National LMguo, In which It wan charged that
the American LeagUA people had deliberately
attempted to break up the St. Louis club, to
Roblson's statement Is absurd. Wo never
contemplated taking any ot the National Lrag.it!
players until the magnates ot that organization
started, or attempted, to start. th American
Association, which waa to be used, as every
tne knows, toicly ror the purpose of crushing the
Osteopathy for Ball Players,
dtour City, la.. March IS Tbe Minneapolis
baseball team of the Western League transferred
this jear from Sioux City, will begin Its train
ing soon, and Its work will bo done at Kirks
vllle. Mo, where Manager Beal cf this city Is
to-day making arrangements to that end.
The men will be required to follow rigid rules
of living and dismissal will be the penalty for
disobedience. . . ..
Osteopathic treatment Is for the first time to
be used In preparing pla)ers tor this season's
Gammons Sisrns With Boston.
Boston. March 26. John A. Gammons, coach or
Brown University bajcball team, has Flgned with
thfc Boston National League. Gammons plajed
i-n the football team of Brown University. Ha
alro plased football with the Duquesne ana
Homestead. Ta.. teams.
Will Enforce Iteserve Clnune.
Pittsburg, March 26 In referring to tbe an
nouncement that "Jlmmj" Williams. Pitts
burg's third baseman, had Jumped to the Amer
ican League. President Drejtus said to-night
that Williams would play with Pittsburg or not
at all. He will try to enforce the reserve clluso
of Ms contract.
Dlneen Slams With nonton.
Boston. Mass , March 26 William Dlneen has
signed a to-years' contract with the Boston
National League Club. He accepted an oner ot
an lncreae In salary of 550) a i ear.
Oxforil-Cnmbrldjto Golf Match.
London. March 2C Oxford beat Cambridge to
day In their tncnty-thlid annual golf nmull, IS
hoies up, on tbe links at Sandwich. The uni
versities hate new won eleven matches each.
One match was a drau.
Will Remain With Pltisbursr.
Cleveland. March 26. Charles Ztmrner. the fa
mous catcher of tne Pittsburg team, has recon
sidered his recently announced retirement from
the ball field, and has annuunced that he will
l,ay with Pittsburg ajaln this ear.
Barley Goes to Cincinnati.
Cincinnati. March 20. Outfielder Dick Harlcy,
who played with the Detroit club last season,
signed to-day to play with the Cincinnati Na
tional League team this tcason.
Dexter Park Horse Sales.
Chicago. March 26. The third salo of the Chi
cago Horse bale Company opened Tuesday at the
Dexter Park pavilion. The chief sales to-day
Lewis Wilkes, 2U5H- by lllnderwllkes. bought
by G. O. Williams. Dunbar, Seb., l.i0u.
Captain Hare, pacer, Z..L by Colonel Haro.
bougnt by W. G. Brown. Piattville. Wis.; S.
Tommy Leach Slgna With Pittsburg-.
Loralne, O., March 25 Tommy Leach of this
city has signed a contract to play with tne
Pittsburg baseball team of the National League,
to play eltner abort, third base or the outneid.
Twenty-Hound Draw at Memphis.
Memphis, Tenn.. March M. Patsy Sweeny of
Ireland and Perry Quecnan of cnicago fought
twenty rounds to n. draw before a larse as
semblage In the Phoenix Athletic Club Tuesday
"' One More Association Game.
Next Sundav will witness the close of the As
sociation football season, ns the Cycling Club
and C. B. C. teams will play their Una! game
It Athletic Pule
Beat Charlie O'Brion a Length in
Six Furlougs Handicap at
OTHER RACES WITHOUT CLASS.
Belle of the Glen, Backed Down
From Sixes to Even Money,
Won the First Race by
Little Rock, Ark . March M There was a
larger attendance at Clinton Park Tuesday
than there was en the opening Jay. al
though there was no special feature on the
Quaver furnished the surprise of the day
by winning the six furlongs handicap, with
odds of 20 to 1 about her. As Charlie O'Brien
and Chappaqua were at short prices, the
public backed the outsider and the books
lost heavily b Uie rebult.
The track was fast, the weather fine and
the winners are not hard to locate. Starter
Ilrutu was in fine form and sent the flslds
away on even terms, with but little delay.
Belle of the Glen, the winner or tho first
race, was the medli.m of a killing. She
was backed from 0 to I to een money, and
she made her fitU lock cheap She opened
up a gap In the first quirter, and increased
her lend the farther she went, and pa9,ed
the Judges twelve lengths before Eva Wil
son, a 10-to-l chance.
Seven started In the I-year-old event of
half a mile, but the race was alwajs be
tween Debenture and Tambourine, who
fought It out. and Debenture won by half
a length. Ben nullum was crowding the
pair at the end. and was only beaten by a
head for the place.
Muggie Young broke out of the maiden
class In the six furlongs race for 3-yetr-
oias ana upward which had never won a
race. She made her own running and won
by two lengths, while Actine, the favorite,
Cherub annexed tho mile and a sixteenth
after a drive with Dan Rice, and Pillardlst
took the six furlong selling by half a
length from All'" Well.
Little Itock Summaries.
First race, three-fourths of a mile Bellnof the
Cilen. IM (J. Wallace), even anil 1 to I, won;
Da WIlon. 103 (U Jackson) 10 to 1 and 4 to 1,
second: Charlie Daniels. 105 (Dade). 2 to I. third.
Time. 1:17V Prudent. Annie Lauretta, Zerlha,
Leetha. Blenheim. Voltaire and Sansasion also
Second race, half mile, purse, 2-year-olds De
benture. 103 (McCann). to 5 and 1 to 3. won:
Tambourine. 107 fW. Mpnnryl, to 5 and 1 to
i recond: Ben Hullum. 10TU IF. Thompson), 4
to 1. third Time. :-. Swift Llaht. Lady Alza,
The Rounder and Octo nlo ran.
Th'rd race. thre-fourths rf n mile. pure. rpald
en 3-v ear-olds and up Ma?irle Young 93 (Dad).
4 to 1 and S to 3 won: Active. 107 fBlonO. even
nnd J to 5 second- Canrobert. 109 (Moodv). It to
1. third Tlrre. 1:194. Anataula, Ladv Ida. Hir
it C. Dennv Baffle. Eotfim American Pride.
Port Jen is. Miss Tallera, Cardenas and Faywood
Fourth rare, three-fourths of mile, handleac
Quaver. S7 (U. Smith). 10 to 1 and even,
won: Charlie O'Brien. 110 (MrCann), 3 to E and
out. second; cnappaqua, J22 (Bloss). even, third.
Fifth race, mile and three-sixteenths, selllnr
Cherub 101 nvilllams). S to 5 and even, won:
Dan Bice. 110 'II WIIon). 5 to 2 and even. seo
tnd: Geonro B Cox, 110 (V,'. Moon-v. s to 1.
third. Time. lu"3Vl TVatorhoue. Hlza. Demos
th"ne. Lawton and TJnworth alw ran.
Sixth rac three-fourths of a mile, eellinc
Pillardlst. fi fPostel). to E and 7 to 19. won;
All's Well. 95 tF. Shaw) 4 to 1 and to 1 tc-ond-
Orlall" inj nVahlneton). 4 to 1 and 3 to
2 third Time. 1:18. Insurrection Pauline J.,
THdy Ann and Thomas Carey also ran.
"Weaneadny'ii Utile Rock Entrle.
Little Rock. Ark. Sfirch 2C The following
are the entries for Wednesday:
nrit race, selling, eleven-sixteenths:
Dennv- Duffr ..
Belle of the Glenn.
Second race, half mile, selling. 2-jear-olds:
lelta P. ...
Third race, seven-eighths of a mile, selling:
Juelletta B 83
aauie J lia
Little Tommy Tuck-
4enu& .... .....
Jessie Jarooe ..
Jim Gore 11..
Fourth race, one mils, handicap:
Atie uumiunn ......j.u titui sinAinmorn ..
J. lL Sloan 10S tLlttle Tommy Tuck-
...101 1 er
Fifth race, eleven-sixteenths of a mile.
Harrj Duk 1W
Rosy Mom 101
Filing Bird 101
Red Cro-s Second.... 88
Maggie vv. .,
Sixth race, one mile, selling:
George B. Cox..
C 1. Jones
JOCKEY T. KANE,
St. Louts boy who will ride for State
Senator Jacob Worth of Brooklyn on
New York track this year.
W JJSTCn.N JOCKEY CLUB.
Steward Change Meeting; Place From
MeiuphlH to Chicago.
Chicauo, 111.. March 26. The meeting nf
VA n.SK. . n1 T-.. t-nMM Tl.... .--. I
which wus bchedultd for Memphis Monday! I
Auril 1. will be held at President Lawre
A. Young's olllce In the Ashland block, this
..The change was announced yesterday. and
uie reason araisueu ia uiai nuuerr. ntzger-
aid of the Haw tnorne track and Martin tia
thanson of the Harlem course will be un
able to leave tho city at that time.
Wrestler In Good Shnpe.
Schaan and Jack Anderson will go on In the
first preliminary to tne lley-Aocken cnainplon
shln matcn at the Fourteuitn atreet Ihsjier
Fridav nient. Anderson takes tho place of Trie
rn.tnaler. no la loo light for tne stronr bov
fcchaan. .... .
1'YatlK Schmltt ot tne at. luis Mowing Club, t
who mw-ts William Hchmalz. the Western A a.
U. champion ligut vveignt, nas been anxious to
meet schmala fur some time bchmlit was absent
on a hunung trip wnen Informed of his matcn
with !chmajz. He came home immediately, 'and
is r.aru at wont kciuuk joiu snape tor tne go.
Max Wiley, tbe great amateur cf Rocnester, '
X. .. writes that ne has let up ou Uura work
and is coming to tit. Louis to "dump" tne
and sajs tne wrestling mat Is the proper p.ace I
to decide who (s the better man. J
x biucr cuaii,uuu. .ituiy .lucneu is (n line sr&l'n.
ami .id . a .h& HI I I , II.... Mn. Is . I. .
.. -. . I
1HPPOSOX LOST OJf A FOUL.
Fentnre of Card at Tanfornn Given
to Letlsrcr, Who Finished Second.
San Francisco. Cal.. March 26. In the last
race LetUer came down tne stretch on the
rail with a clear lead, nut Hipponax came
" . . .
very lust iiiu lasi. auvicviiiti tiiiu i:.uw null
erv fast the tast sixteenth ano cuariv
Letiger beaten. Letlger was forced close to
the rail ana u uonnor ciaimea it ioui on
the ground that Hipponax bad icrred his
mount Into the rail.
After a long uiscussion the judges gave
the race to Letiger. Hipponax was much i
tna Lost hcrse in the race, and would have '
Tom Jenkins trying for a
G. V. Tuohey, the manager of Wrestler
Jenkins, received a letter Tuesday from
Martin Julian, who has charge of the In
terests of N'ouralah. the massive Bulgarian,
which shows the importance of the big Jen-
klns-Roeber match, scheduled nt the Coll-
seum the evening of April 8. After staUng
lng the championship contest between Ern
est Roeber and Tom Jenkins take place In
New York, Martin Julian informed Man
ager Tuohey that the managers of the
match betwoen Jc.ikins and Nouralah had
notified him that if Jenkins tost here in
St. Louis that his match with the big Bul
garian would have to be declared off, and
that the Oriental giant would be uut
against the winner of the championship
contest to be held in this city. ,
Mr. Tuohey stated that under his agree
ment with Martin Julian for the match in
the east between Jenkins and Nouriilah
next May, there was no understanding that
won easily. This race was tne leaiure ui
"Alarls'Garter annexed the first nice. MIO
dlan beat Montanus for the place. Lonic
maoe a runaway race ot the second and vyon
without dlrhcultv. Benton Ctluwell. tne
favorite, fal.ed to get inside the nionoj.
Kio Chico unded the hurdlu race at tne
nice price of 12 to 1. May Boy was second
and uranger came In third. v-..n-,
Jennie A.. Himyar's mare beat Alalia h,
the Hot favorite, in tho fourth at rlvu and a
hOnUh0"?rength of to work, W0m
came In for a strong play in the nftn. iiu
gained a very easy victory over illusion
and Conejo. ,
First race, eleven Hxteeulhs mile, fel'tpe
Alarv's Gurtcr. 1M to t-onnor). J to 1, won,
mSL?, iwtiouiSe). 7 to l. second Monuuma,
Ws lUennj, 7 to 1. third. Time, l.OVi- "5?i
tus 1'a.t Murphy. Ricardo, Gold Finaor. ""n.
Bt" Anthony. Osmond. 1 Don t Know and Dun-
boy also ran.
See. tbirteen-slxteenths mlteuD-jr
Sonic 8C Utanscn). 6 to 1. won; Bernotj. toi
Vnnle SC tlianach) 6 to 1. won; ociuuw. ;
fuomi'nlck) 3 to L second; bublune. M W-J
ball i, li to L third. Time. I'M. Mcrtda, ."
sou Caldwell. Ton Lepping. Immodei, inirj
nucior inn uiiuip -"--,.. hurdle,
Tlnrdrace. tnlI0 anu inreu-iiu.... .;-
i-ss- jv.l Til Mfi.iil !l
6UT8C niU -HH.O, Al tMiv;wi -- - i., .r
. :oy,.H5 (Worth.ngton). 3 to 1- cond- Ora. er.
LU A. "" '
C. SSSSbC Itoiui. VawfiT 'and Dlomed
' SmaSaTTto X.Becond: Genu. 1 (Bennett,
ntaoha.sSeetVviillam. Oliver Oarier. Artllla
and Brown Prince also ran. Wnrj.
Uttn race, seven-eighths mll. 'elllSS,1"?;
inaT.. 103 CDomlnlck). 6 to 6. won; IUJ". k2
(Kansoh). to 1, second; Canejo. 100 thee),
to lT third. Time. 1-23H. Delia Connors. Cathcr
"e llSvo. George Dewey Singer. Catherine Ln
nis. Alpha Lee, Dance Atone and Miss rord
Sixth face, set en-olghtlis mile, selling Letlger.
102 (O'Connor). 2 to 1. won; The Gafflr 95 m.
Murpny) 10 to 1. econd: Aphrodls. S9 tRan'cli).
6 to 1. third. Time. i:ai, Hliiponax llnlshel
nrst but wrb disqualified for foully Loul-e
Hooker, Cambaceres Katie Walcott. Master Cal.
Bill Bohmnson. Gold Beater ani Robert J.
Wednesday's Tanfornn nntrles.
Flrft race, three-tourtns or a mne. seuuiii,
Second race, three furlongs. maWcn
Coal Oil Johnny.,
thlrtcen-sixteentbs of a mile.
M I Salrado
Toll One ...
I Don Luis ....
vmirth race, one mile, nurse:
William Ack i Poctor Cave
llolllnz Boer 1M Redwald ...
E'dgarao 1" I rrecursor ...
rifth race, seven-eighths of a mile.
Moonlirlght J fonlo
Contlnus . 105 Inv ictus
, M .:." Mb I Nellie Korrest
Sixth race, one mile and a sixteenth, purso:
Hosoiroonde 1J. Forniero 114
Gonfalon U Joe Ripley J
Yesuvlan lto i Cromwell 114
Star Chamber HOILavator Ill
Weather clear and trai.k fast.
ENGLISH HOUSES TV'OJf.
Whitney's nnd Croker's Colors ot In I
London. March 26.-At the second day's I
.. mm .. j
racing Tuesday of the Lincoln snrinjr
'"'".. .'i.'Y r ti"n.ii::. v is
2Srld.rrnSaki " o 1
iinvprolcns each lor 3-vear-oIda
-;"- ru ." o .-. uu ,i ,,n
wards, distance one straight mile,
by Captain F. C. Ball's brown mare. Little
Dva. James Jolcey's Alvesoot. 4 yearp old,
una second, and G Coekerlll's Lackford,
6 years old, was third. Twenty-eight horses
Considerable interest was manifested in
this race. The runners Included W. C.
$? &&& cfs
colt. Harrow with . Johnny Relit up Lit-
lle . it, ....o .-- .
na pcnnd choice.
After considerable delay, a good start was
effected. Grcenan and Harrow, the latter
with J. Helff up. were prominent to the dis
tance, when Little Eva came out and won
by three-quarter? of a length.
Besides Harrow, the American horses and
Jockeys were: Jean Beraud, ridden by L.
voi(T- Mnrlona. D. Maher: Pheon. A. Me-
Intyro. and Syria. C. Jenkins. The betting
Ttran 100 to 15 against Little Eva 23 to 1
nm.in.r Alvescot. and 100 to 7 against Lack-
MEMPHIS ON HDGU.
Turfmen Interested In Outcome oi
Little Rook: Meetlnff.
Memphls, Tenn.. March 2C Turfmen here
.-. iviiln. tn up rn rlnnl nntcnme tjf the
Little KocK racing, and on next Monday
tne nrst action of the Western Jockey Cluu
-Mi.i be watcned wltn interest.
Arguments as to-whetlier owners wul be
allowed to race out their stake engage-
...,., r -friplv Indllippd nnd the Con-
stus of opinion la that tne owners will be
allowed to till their stoKe engagements by
the western JOCKcy iuu. dji win not oe
tiprmltted to race in purse races.
it i nmh.ible that On ners T. H. Have3.
Robinson and Leach, with a strong bacK-
, w, resort to law to force the new
Memphis Jockey Club to allow them to
race in an purses.
Wright, Peters & Wright, attorneys for
this ciub. will be ready to meet all emer--
V&- w ...
t p. TInves. is still In the cltv.
i. j?. 01U1111&, miiiv vtuiia lu letiicavuv iui.
ThoJoc&ey Club office baa been crowtfeC
(lying fall with a neck hold.
Jenkins would not lie permitted to bava
any match In the meantime.
He stated that Jenkins would not meet
Roeber in New York under any circum
stances. Ever since Jenkins met Hoeber
In Cleveland two years ago In a contest at
caicn-as-catcir-can, v. men jennuia vu",
, ff' 0elSWaTBSatS8.WjJ
kins would not meet Roeber in New York
and Roeber would not co on the mat wltn
Jenkins in Cleveland. This was one ot tho
reasons why the West End Club captured
the event for the biz Coliseum here.
Ernest Roeber will arrive here, so ho
states In a letter to President Haughton,
the first of next week, and will complete
his training in this city. Tom Jenkins w ill
reach hero next Wednesday morning from
Cleveland, where he Is in constant training
at his arduous work in one of tho Cleve
land rolling mills. With all of the win
nings to his credit, Jenkins is still tile same
Jenkins and refuses to give up entirely his
most of the day with trainers and Jockeys
applying for Western Jockey Club licenses
and owners reglstcrinsr their colors.
Tho Mecca, with Schorr's jockey. J. T.
Woods. In the saddle, worked a handy mile
this morning in 1:, whllo Lady Schorr
breezed an easy mile in 1:4S. Brigadier
worked a half mile in ul'4. and J. Gard
ner's good Ally Ice Water worked a hilf
mile with her weight up in :5J easy. The
city Is crowded with turfmen.
TOD SLOAV8 PLAS.
Apply for License to Hide In
New York, March JC "Tod" Sloan ar
rived in this city . last night from 5an
Francisco. "I shall.remain here two weeks."
ho said, "before l.pick up for England.
Whllo here I will participate In tho Grand
American championship shooting contest at
"It is my Intention to make a personal
I dp n
application ror a license to rloe in Kngianu.
a uu not icm Jul lue ICOUII. J.IIU xjiia":"'
Jockey Club stowarcs are men of sterling
i character. They have alwas been fair to
i mQ Jn eery respect, When they hear my
..a So..- .... -i.- - ..I. n-i... T-..it..l.
i siue ot tne story, i nei eve tncy will rccon
, .. . . former notion an.l will elu mn
.. "" --- o--
"If a license In granted me, I will return
to America about the middle of the season.
It Is my Intention to mako Hying visits
back and forth between America and Eng
land." BOERS MAKE A CAPTURE.
One Hundred Colonials Taken Pris
oners Near Richmond.
Tjopiion, March 25 The Cape Town cor
respondent o the Daily Express repor:a
tho capture by 100 Boers of 130 Colonials
In a rocky delile near Richmond last
He asserts that tho Colonials lost thirteen
men before they surrendered, adding that
they wero all liberated, after having been
stripped of their accoutrements.
GUXCllAL FKCIvCU'S OPEItATIOXS.
Vryhela, Holiday, March 23 General
French, with Durtnal's and Poultcney's
columns, arrived here to-day, having killed.
vvounueu or enpturea iw uocrs. Me his
'so taken several cannon, 1,000 r'fles, l.SuO
waconb aild 2.2tj) head of hnrspq. cnttln nurl
London. March 27. Tho dispatch from
"Vryheid Is regarded as Kiving the total of
General French's captures throughout his
operations. It indlcatesthcrcfore, the cap
ture of an additional gun and additional
Uoers and war material.
SENT AID TO HER HUSBAND.
Gunboat Expected to Rescue Starv
Washington, March 2C Mrs. Susan II.
Woodward of Baltimore, Md.. Is anxiously
awuiling the return of the gunboat Muy
llovver trorn Navassa Island to give her
news of her husband, who, with four com
panions. Is believed to bo In a starving
Tho sending of the Mayflower followed
the receipt by the President ot a letter
from Mr. Woodward, calling his attention
to tho unfortunate plight of her husband.
The letter was referred to Secretary Hay,
who required the Navy Department to or
der the Mayflower to proceed to the relief
of the Americans.
In her letter to the President Mrs. Wood-
vv.iiu ALiiir. iiiiil iiirjr unnt:i in lie lvtirKS
fj? ,?,sJLa lBmJ'd. ,un'"eJ.,lt?..a.5,Pird,cM
5?d-' "V0 February 1. wnSn ' . . vmon
urn un to i?euruary j. wnen nuv
!toppe.l. . Mrs. Woodward I, not o much ,
tuiiccriieu uvur nur uv.n puMiign US
nil Bhi Is I
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aid when shown thW letter.
DAWSON HAS BRIGH'ToUTLOOK.
Coming Season Expected to Be
Best in History of District.
Seattle. Wash., March 25 The steamship
Humboldt, from Skagway, arrived in port
to-day. Reports from Dawson show tlut
evervthlnt? is aulet there. Wnrfc ta nrn.
grossing steadily and the coming season it
expected to be the best In the history of i
The Emma Gold Bench and Middle Park
Creek claims aro promising big returns, and
are causing great excitement. One hundred
dollars wns shoveled to the man from tha
Emma Gold Bench last fall nnd extensive
preparations are now being made to resume
operations as soon as the weather wllf ner
Growth nf Telephone Service.
New York, Marrh 26. The annual stock
holders' meeting of the American Telephone
and Telegraph Company marked the twen-ty-IUth
anniversary of the invention of the
luiepuuiiH uy jruicsbiir xeu
lnXXlK ,Wn? . I
TiYinno aiiliunrlhar In flip TTnlfp1 Qtnn .
29,714 miles, of wire in use for telephonic
purposes. At the etid of last year there
wero SOS.SSO exchange stations equipped
with our Instruments and 1.961.S01 miles ot
wire were employed for exchange and toll
Arkansas Ministers Meet.
Arkadelphla, Ark., March 26. The Arkan
vas Baptist Ministers' Institute met at tho
Baptist Church here Tuesday and will re
main In session three days. Cider B. M.
Bojard and Doctor J. R. Sampey of Louis
ville, Ky., spoke and EldcrA. T. Autry r.au
church and Its Flnancea.''-
a paper, ciuer dcu tjux suoe on Tne
uver iiuioi ur nuuuim. xne iniet letter the amendments were not properly adver
receiveil from him is dated February 2S. ' Used. If tho Supreme Court sustains thu
He informed her that they wero short ot contention the amendments allowing an ap
provislons and would have to signal a ' proprlatlon of J1.CO0.COO for the World's Fair
Jliirtin liilliu of Cleveland Won
the Iiir Billiard Game In a
ST. L0UISAN FINISHED STRONG.
llad Nearly Overcome Mullin's Bit;
Load When Clevelander Eau
the Game Out The
(Same in Detail.
W. C. McCreery lost a liard game of bil
liards to Martin Mull In of Cleveland Tues
day night. He had a lot of hard luck
during the early stages of the came, but
closed like a giant and was rapidly over-
luKiuig ma opponents leau wnen jiuiim
brought the game to a cloie with an un
finished run of S. The final score was Mul
lln, MO; McCreery, 471.
The match was a new thing In billiards,
having been plajed by telegraph. Mr. Mc
Creery used his fiivoritn tabln In the Broad
way of this city, while Mr. Mullln played in I
Ed Helms's billiard parlor In Cleveland.
Mr. HelniR prime to St. Lonls to umDire
for Mr. Mullln. while Mr. McCreery desig
nated a Cleveland friend to look after his
An understanding was reached that the
balls should bo spotted after every live In
nings. A mis constltutel an Inning, and
each inning was wired to where the other
game was taking pltce. This made It a
(lueitlon of who was the better man In mak
ing long runs. It was to each plavers ad
vantage to make as many as possible each
Inning, and in thi-i respect it is thought that
Muhin had the advantage. The spotting of
the ball at the end ot every five innings
made th enmp nil thi more Interesting.
This was a new wrinkle in billiards, but one
that pleased the spectators.
McCreery first suggested the match three)
weeks ago, but ho was hardly In hape to
nlav TilMttnv- nln-hr T Hmirp.d On Play
lng the match a month hence, but when
Mullln accepted bis chaLenge, with tne
proviso that the game bo played at once,
the St. Louisan agreed to accommodate
him. Considering his lack of practice, the
gamo he plajed Tuesday night was sur
prisingly strong. Mullln had a command
ing lead on him at one stage of the eon
test, but tbe local man Improved wonder
fu.ly in the closing Innings and gradually
cut down Mullln's winning margin to al
most nothing. When tho St. Louisan got
his stroke and commenced to count wltn
regularity, the Clevelander seemed to
weaken visibly. When he failed to count
In his fifty-first Inning the crowd nrouna
the table where McCreery was playing set
up a mighty cheer, but when It came Ms
turn to do something the local man fell
down on the easiest Kind of a shot, after
counting eight times.
Then Mullln Jumped In and ran the game
Mullln's high run of SO was tho high run
of the game. McCreery's high run of 63
was made toward the close ot tho game.
It closed up a big gap between the two
experts, and many thought It would win,
the game for the St. Louis man.
Ono thing noticeable about Mr. Mc
Creery's game was the fact that he fell
down invariably on the easy shots. He
made all kinds of hard shots, but on more
than one occasion he missed an easy one
when It looked as though he was going to
make a long run.
Tho result or tne game is a Dig Disap
pointment to McCreerj's local friends, who
have always felt that he could beat tho
Clevelander. Tho first time Messrs. Mc
Creery and Mullln met in New York, tho
at. Louisan completely spreau-eagicu mi
opponent, but In their next game Mullln
turned the tables on him. Since then Mc
Creery has been looking for revenge, and
Tuesday night's game was the outcome of
tls determination to wipe out, if possible,
his New York defeat. The score of last
nlght'9 game will be found below:
McCreery-0 4 23 4 7 9 5 17 0 12 0 0 2 21 11 4 19 in
1803200 10 013033H13 3100 13 26 1D2JU
3 53 0 IS 2l 1 3 3 S. Total. 47L High run. 53.
AMuMn 10 1229 261 120042S026 17 000420
0CO204 49 7OSV0G1814O131204031&13
7 22 4 1 5 SO 8. Total. 500. High run, 80. Av
erage. 9 32-52.
MCI.LC.V STILIi CHAMPIOX.
Cleveland Crowd Took Great Interest
In the Telegraph Game.
KEPUBUC SPECIAL. ,
Cleveland, O., March K Martin Mullen
of this city is still the undisputed amateur
billiard champion of America. He demon
strated his skill and superiority over W. C.
McCreery of St. Louis In one of the clos
est and most exciting billiard .contests that
have taken place for a long time at Ed.
mWi nnrlnrs Tuesday evening. The
game vvas played by telegraph, the first
time on record, Mullen winning by & score
of 00 to 47L
When the match was first proposed many
did not think that It was feasible to play
tho game in this manner, but when the con
test was finished every one said that it was
a Buccess In every way. Including one of
the participants, Mr. Mullen. It proved
very fascinating, and although McCreery
was not In Cleveland every play he made
n-o. nnnnnnrnd to the sneotators. and they
were kept In close touch with the entire
situation. , ...-,
There was not a play made In St. Louis
that was not announced to the large crowd,
and Mr. Mullen wai Just as interested as
the spectators, nnd ho kept a close tab on
Tils opponent's score all the time.
HAD LIVED IN ST. LOUIS.
Charles Brumley Died Under Pe
culiar Circumstances in Texas.
A special dispatch from Houston, Tex.,
says a man supposed to bo Charles Brumley
of St. Louis, by papers found In his pocket,
vvas discovered by the Courthouse Janitor
at 6 o'clock Tuesday morning on the Court
house lawn, under ono of several cannons
thnt are kept there.
The Police Department was notified of
the find, but Just as the ambulance reached
the scene the man expired. Brumley Is
supposed to be a natlvo of Cuba, but evi
dently lived for a time In St. Louis. He
had naturalization papers In his pocket.
v7fnth p.imft from the man s mouth, and a.
bottle vvas found on his person partially
filled Wltn some Kinu ui mimu.
FAIR AMENDMENTS INVOLVED.
If Mortgage Amendment Is De
clared Illegal. ,
Jefferson City, Mo., March 26. Cases to
test the legality of the third constitutional
amendment relating to the taxation of
mortgages were advanced In the Supreme
Court to hearing In April. They came from
St. Joseph, where Circuit Judge James held
the adoption legal,
Th(i lnw -anil attacked on tho prnnml thnr
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Tviii. dc invaitaateu.ioriney were advertised
In the same way.
DOUBLES THE REWARD.
James C. Steward Offers $3,000 for
Miss Fosbnrgh's Murderers.
Plttsfleld. Mass.. March 26. It was an
nounced to-day that James C. Stewart, the
contractor of St. Louis, and uncle of Robert
R. Fnshureh. who wan ph.trwl wftf, Vi
killing of his sister last August, would now
double the reward that he offered for the
AAnftl B. nt ttiA mitlsniM nt Vfl V....!..... .-
wipiuic v mi- uiuiucm v. mia. ruauurgn.
and give 1.&00 for Information leading to
the capture of the men who killed Miss
Fosburgh, as well as 8,500 for the capture
of the men.
QUARRELED OVER THE GIRL.
Father Objected to Suitor, Who
Then Shoots Him.
Eldorado, 111., March 26. About S o'clock
Tuesday night jChalln SIsk shot Taylor
W "'the- fitteSi hme, 'about thyreor
miles eas of this city. The trouble arose
because Sisk wanted to marry Phlpps's
Capital Stock Rcdaced to 99,000,000.
New York, Ma-ch 2S. The Telephone,
Telegraph and Cable Company of America
Tuesday afternoon approved the resolution
of the Board of Directors providing for a
decrease of tbe capital stock from $30 000.000
to S3.GO0.0CO. The decrease Is to be effected
by reducing the par value of a share from
$30 to J15.
The Telephone, Telegraph and Cable Com
pany of America was organized about six
teen months age and S3 a share was nald.
J and later J7.50 additional became payable.
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Like leprosy of old. Specific Blood Poison was fur
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their patients with potash, mercury and other danger
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BURKETT WANTS MONEY.
The Great Hitter Says He Refused
an Offer of 4,000 Loss of
Young and Criger Felt
Manager Donovan of the St. Louis Base
ball Club arrived In this city from bib win
ter home, Lawrence, Masj., at 1: ATies
day afternoon. With him came Jesse Bur
kett. Both athletes appeared In remarkably
fine physical condition for this early season.
Donovan, always a good deal of an Apollo,
seemi. llnely drawn, large of chtit and scant
of Hesh.. Burkett looks very trim, also.
His skin and ee, best of Indicators, show
that he Is In excellent health.
Donovan did not have much of anything
to add to what has already appeared in tho
telegraph dispatches printed In The Repub
lic. He seemed not a hit put out by the cl
leged desertion of Donlln to the McGraw
forces In Baltimore. Donovan likes Donlln
as a fellow. Being a prudent sort of a
man. he fears the force of his hllalrous ex
ample on a baseball club.
One thing Patrucclo did say. It was that;
he was assured Young's desertion to the
Boston club was bona Ode. He says that
he was not quite sure of it, but tnat signs
he had seen pointed that way. He Iamt-nts
Cyrano's desertion, for his pitching staff
u nnt nnv- too atronc. Young and Criger
are really the only men whose loss Dono
van appears to feel or regret very much.
Danlca Heavily on XicholH.
The manager says that his catching de
partment is very much of a Q. E. D. affair.
"Nichols, if ho Is all right, will do a lot for
us," said Donovan. 'Take my word for It.
be Ib a really good catcher. I do not know
If his arm Is all right. He says It Is. If
It is, he will help us a lot. He Is j. good
hitter and a clever man an bases and be
hind the bat.", "
Donovan said he hoped Sudhoff was all
right. He thinks a good bit ot the small
pitcher. Ot Jimmle Hughey, he said he had
not heard anything. From the way, he
said It, Hughey can jump anywhere. In
fact, can take a running, hop. step and
"lep" at himself If ho fels so disposed.
Donovan thinks well of Padden. He says
Dick will do him a lot of good.
Bv the way, the tall skipper banks a bit
on "the four "unknowns" whom Mr. Rob
ison has signed and whose names be has
not yet made public. "He told me that there
was a good shortstop among them," said
Pat. "If this is so, Wallace can go back
to third, and we will have a good In and
out field. Mr. Roblson also has a pitcher
from whom we expect great things. These
fellow are not unknown? by any means.
that Is, in a playing sense. Just as soon ,
as Mr. Roblson announces tneir names
every one will say they are good ball play
ers, and all youngsters, too."
Onrkett on the Financial Qneatlon.
Burkett had little to say. Jesse has not
signed so far. He wants money in large
packages. He says that he can show whero
the American League offered him $1.(00.
Honce he must want more. If there la a
hull nlaver on the St. Louis team worth
more it is Burkett. Jesse will get about j
M,uw mis year, xve win ramce aoout. uu
base hits during the season. At thnt rate
he will get J20 for every rafe hit he makes.
If he makes but 100 base hits he will get
JiO apiece for them. So it seems the worse
work he does tne more ne gets for it. 'tnat
hardly seems right, but it Is a verv com
mon occurrence nowadays. If ho should
make 400 base hits he will be getting but ,
till n nrnrl- for them Thit la llln"- thom '
319 a crack for them.' That 13 telling them
dirt cheap. The Players' Union might get
after Jesse In such a case.
He would be working below union rates.
"I want to sign In St. LouIV said Bur
kett. "I like the people here. Tho
bleacher friends of mine ore such lovely
fighters. I cannot leave them. I'll take less
to play near them than I could get else
where." Sorry to Lose Donlln.
Burkett is sorry to lose Donlln. He
thought a lot of Mike. He had a. good
word for his old pal. Cupy. " 'Cup' will do
great work in Boston," said Jesse. "By
tbe way. It Is funny to see how you base
ball reporters get things mixed. I have
been rending how tho rule limiting the
pitcher to twenty seconds on tho slab be
fore throwing will handicap 'Cup.' That Is
only a National League rule, and 'Cup' Is
In the American, where that rule Is not In
force. Yet the American Is the place where
they got the fast-game mania going first.
Jly word for It. Cuppy gets through as
quick as any one. It was nervous reporters
that drove him out of the National."
Donlln, McGraw and Williams were expect
ed In from Hot Springs on Tuesday morn-,
lng. They did not sho up. Hence it Is
thought that they went East via. Memph'41
Manager Donovan will get things goin; at
League Park this week. Everything will
be ready for the players when they report
on Monday next.
Alpba Xo. 1, Bt Alplia Ko. 2, O.
The two Alpha teams of the LKlon of Honor
Cocked Hat League, had a very one sided match.
In which the No. 2 aggregation was completely
whitewashed. The score:
Alpha No. L
Names. To'l. Av.
W. J. Bae...20 41 1-5
Rice 223 45 3-6
Miller 218 43 3-5
Decker .245 43
Meier 2(3 52 3-S
Alpha No. Z.
Names. To'l. Av.
Barnard 10) 32
E. D. Rae...l70 34 t
Hot melster .202 40 2-.1 .
Wilson 1TJ 35 3-3"
Crothers.....213 43 4-5"
latxda ....4) 2T4-S
Totals ...USD UVt-a
ST. LOUIS, MO.
at oznee. or seaiea or miu; s pen pictures.
ConsmltatiOB Free at
(JDlor- or by Mall.
r for Each Person.
Ud ill Iosms kr dT or nifit. FTcreau anieknem of dehvs.
Southern. 1: Creacenta. 1.
The Southerns of the Central Cocked Hat
Leairae won four garnet from Uip Crescents last
night. I. Blclc ana Doherty leJ their teams.
Name C. Jl. Av. Name. C M. Aw,
t. BICi... i 1". St 3-5 Schlre ....14 14 41 J-J
I Im'L4 IT a 4-. VVMty W 37 44
Thleme .. 3 38 tl 1-a Whlt( 1 IT 3
B. nick. ..I J 3 42 4-2 Dohertv... 5 S 1-t
TV. BicIc..U SS 41 5-5 11. HoberK C S3 44 i-Z
Totals II11T 4 10-25' TouU ..SS 1CJ 4S1S-S
Acme. Si Coinoi, .
The Acmes of the Central Cocked Rat Leru
won live in a row from the Cosmos on the Acma
alleys hut night. The middle gam- was decldit
by en.? pip. the others being 'won by wide mar
gin?. Th- winners bor-lcd extremely well, their
total reaching 1,. Tbtlr pipkins wn of high
order, they mtpsln? only fiiiv-elcnt pins during
the entire performance. Ityaa lacked but tnu
pins of recording a $1 average; and led tho
Acmes. KHefortb led tha loten. The score:
-. Cosmos Acmee
Same. c M. Av. Xame. C. 31. Av.
Klleforth. i 2i 4? 1-S Schnieder. T i 51 1-3
Sleber'n . 5 2i 1- Kran J 15 J M
CUrllr .... G ai 41 Kejburn -S 13 71
Uron'mp . S 23 Ai 2-3 Goetz .... 3 .3)
Braun ....IS 23 41 Mitchell ..3 T M t--
Totals .-iTlS WlS-a Total ...IS a HT-a
Falatafla, 5; Cabinet, U.
Tuesday night was one of jhut-outs'ln cocLel
hat bowling. Che .FUlntaffs took all fire sams
from the Cabinet?, although the fourth gam
nits decided hy oaa pin. ine acore:
Name. C. n. Av. Name. C. 31. Av.
Eherlmarr .5 Si a 1-3 Blley : 41 4. l-js
Uouer .... ! C a 4-3 iirlcnt . ..II H n Z-J'
II sfl-ehan ! 15 l-5 llcrnrlg . . 4 iS il;-j
II. T.mm..U -z a i-1 lirmson ... 3 a 14 1-J1
Conner J r h Anaelm ..I 11 U t
Totals ...: 5 4I7-.5 ToUIg ...SiO) 40 4
Ryan and Bi'll added three games, to their
wlnrurg column m tne two-man team contests
through the forfeiture of Arnold and Meyers.
Two clais C matcnes were rolled, and Weiber
mada the surprlslnsly rood averags ot U9 Z-i.
Xaraes. IIS To'l. Av.
Kelsker 9-1 15$ 134 3SH l!l-2-J
VVelber 131 131 Ml IWJ IB 1-1
Names. 1 S 3 To'L Av,
lotals '.) J53 313
Michael 135 137 ITS 4S3 111 2-J
Koebbo 140 US 134 402 134
Totals ffi ao ws TTrmZ
Names. 1 2 To'l. Av.
H. Landolt IU 12S 141 3M is:
C. Landolt 114 160 211 490 IB I-S
Total S t)t SS3 ...
Name. 12 3 To'l. Ar
seyisler ,...M7 151 13 wi ir.
Leigh ....125 13 IK 484 11 M
Totals lI34 55 "..,.'
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