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- x '-"-- -' ' ft . ..-2"-. - ' 5K31 4lSEal .--" -. i pSSSS..--! p& TKyiw-St.."I ---iK?c" iff N IN ST10UIS yj& SSgaSir-l ? TE J? w Will Opeiv To-Day at unds. Sis' 1 ;. -' Sfel pes it SfM ; -Jsi nm 51.00. taieincr beams at 2:30 o'clock p. m., rain or shine. Admission, ineludincr arand st" BKT. T..-S5 4 1 Colo More Horses, Better Horses and Larger Purses than ever seen in St. Lei WELL-FILLED RA TO-DAY. : The Inaugural Handicap will be run SATURDAY, MAY 11. bL75c rjrs - lift ?, mh- UIS FAIE ASSOOI heir J g.g'S'' , .'''.: .-'- -.'- '':.' - THE BEPUB-30 WEDNESDAY. MAfr l-.' 1901.' f THE BEST RACE MEETING EVER 6 nt m r W 0 A ml '. . Intso r air i y C A. TILLES, fAX TAPER THE FIRST-DAY FAVORITE. irfites Select Captain Rice's Horse as the Beet Thing of the Fair Grounds Opening. 1IRD RACE IS A GOOD ONE. Numerous Horses of High Claris I in This Event Make Picking-a Winner a JSard Matter Maude Gonne Looks Best (Another racing season trill open at the Grounds track this afternoon. For the ng- six months the old Interminable usty. weather-worn, somewhat monoto- lotts, yet ever Interesting coin-devouring nd will continue about St Louis. You always wondering where all the money nes from, where it all goes to, and Irhence come all the pcjple with so much To the old turfite the faces are the ue year after year. Two-year-olds be- pme, 3-year-olds, and 6-year-olds. ag3d new judges come and new starters hut the same -old faces,- brows heavier nth care, come each season. There may he rones among" them, but If there are you ldom notice them. I Yesterday the Fair Grounds was taking l.the appearance of a race trade It wa9 of ragged negro stable hands with ac- nts of sunny Tennessee. The valet of tho key and the tout of the new hand were btlceable sharp-featered, small-bodied fel l's In striped sweaters and soft 'roll. hats. bnderous old turfmen crowded about the Boe of Secretary .aachmelster for their badges. Most of these come from South. Kentucky,. Arkansas and Ten- i seem to lurnllb most of the hands ant tl. frad-ft. X. . Jnder the. budding 'trees, late indeed In.: lithe thoroughbreds nibbled the Oder grass. The result of a late spring. r 1901 leapt from midwinter- into mld- oer overnight, is seen in the horses. 1th few exceptions they are aU high in Very few of. the horses you meet up to a. race, even though, many of come from a "short cempaicu in the puth. They "all look fat along the rlhs bd nigh over the. quarters. Yet seldom Lve finer coated horses come- to the Fair unds; .In 200 horses the writer did not anything but perfect moleskin coats -today. Perhaps .the best looking horse at the Is the 2-year-old, Father Wentker, a of Bain, the aire which has made htra- ' a name with the colts of his first sea. , Corrigan. Ztrt and others. The Bcbrel- youngster looks very well, and wUI be from during the season. Fax Tape, Oyealaa- Day Favorite. : Taper looks very fine. Just at Pres- It he is the hot tip of the meeting -open- day. Everybody was selecting mm as sure thins- of the card . last night If .'those who said he would surely win bet . him to-day he will be a 1 to 10 shot by ca or money, ane norse is ownea ny ptam Bice, the Arkansas Beau Brum- JThe soldier with the whiskers Is a nan for the dory of It. and he will l.e ' anxious to have his horse win on the inr day. .Thus bettors on him may be i of a. run for It. The women who mako dint of going out now and then on stake ys never ran to ioiiow me nanasome ptains norees. vtax -xaper win oe tne ilonable betting proposition or the open- r-aay. i nest racs.cn tne cam snouia De tne ; itf it is but hop-skip and a jump. o Bird, the Texas wonder, looks a da tha best In a huge field of fair ones. fade Gonne is fast, and It Is said is up to r una -or a race, junarea nas oeen going nderfully well down South and must be ilea, judge juagee is not to oe ue ln mr war. Vicl Vance could run .season around l:iL but there Is no line I her that can be used to-morrow. Echo i has been a Kind or unfortunate norse, r minr to et solnc aright, but he . go fast and far, as he proved recently n 4ie ran away two miies, yet won tne afterwards." He Is In at favorable he rti-l.wlll havn ftharTiahnntpr. crapk- at him .If his nrlce attracts It. Miss brey and Orleans were of good class as ar-olda. but how.they wintered one can- I. tall. Orleans should be offtake class season, out tne-cnances are tnat sne is : by any means up to a race. : MeeU-ssa Claw la. First Race. first race will not brlngout a very Held. HandborOOBh looks best In a in which, anything' would lcok rather . Xjaureate is rasvana so is eue jonn ;tadv Curxota Is not known to form I spring, but aba should do lMn anything icoodlHon.- - - - " j - t IBB sneonu -btchi. we ijuuiic win 4iave a to see raaay xomunson ' yeaning -. Sava fiommers. go as a S-year-old. fraoegoers remembechlm running an ex- Huon. Wltn wuecu.&sixuuaon SLyeroy Lu.y C year. Me snouia oe ai ine uiusa in l-arent'to-dky, but .Old Hutch Is a fast rl and hnulrt be there first. r - Six Taper is given the fourth -race Jy OS consent, v-uzdu an .imprDvea and should ."be second, with Petit - third.-,-mms vi neresa was;a-nying old filly last year and should run i lft "race U a hard one to handle an. the horses are not of- great value. Hur- as,a ,a-ooa py-r-irncn, dui juta. . OoHahtlv. Onlte Blxht and "VTnrly. r.-win make her run." sixth race la -a good one. it seems. -toss of a coin , Between Bean and isa ror first place, satin coat was horse in his-2-year-old form, and rtlv 1st In llaht. Miss Patron rviiild run. when extended.'- It should come MB, Beana. unopin. -.Followers of Ilk him venr much. Thev- nv Va '.pet-Ms a tetter horse .than he was inc -e-Qintss ua seiecuons: ra Fair Qreu4i Katrlea. : Taee.'sefimi; slx'aad cnt-halt rurionn: '4b ..;-.....MC Busboronsh .VI7-, I tseuf (......iv. wiana ...... i.;.....lft O, BrowB......ia anr .'.a .;.. .113 weMn-ra jeff 8ae Johnson ,10& lOr cunon ;.-,lc Bam liaru ......O0 IDsacbty .119 ...-...-17 ..,.V1 . race. Pura,' On furfonrs: Daly .;;.:..-.;.:il3 Ermlt ...... .-. 105 eaaBWra ......Hll Maagie Oopton ....1CS tot, para, nvt ana one-half furlongs ..-.lit Oeltlo Bard' no .103 Happy Medium , .,xi ceBo.s aUta'Ai Dale :... .-SI .100 .108 1 ...4'..aa Bbrty . Aettas-ii VI Icle Vasea .--.103 .J06 Orleans-....'.. ...".. :.:ioo Moa, pars tMS.,ons.and.cat-slzteath rslVrlliaeitirr .:.....-.l Wj...i ..,......, M J Jltoa Thereaa ;,.-s.... 74 Ml President. Sarnr 107 JSillftta B 103 Harry IttlUan 11 Mlko Mallon Ill The Thrush 105 Quite Right ....KG Hurry 105 La-aton Ho M!a Gollj-htly IK Saline ..4 110 Alea 105 Vlrelc d'Or 1U Trnny Hello 103 The Caxtou 107 Sixth race, ono mile and tcienty jardc: llarcarct ll.geman..l05 IlflRaln 03 ChlcXamiuira .... ...104 Bell- Simpson it Forte 105 Chopin MS &I1RS Patron 103 Tuskarosa 90 Satin Coat S3 Bcana. 100 PKL.ECTIONS.- Ftrxt Race Hansberough, Idureatea, Lady Ciron. Second Race Old Hutch. Dave SomnierB. Mas sle Cloctcn. Third Race Sharp Rlrd, Maud Conno, Kindred. Fourth Race Wax Taper, Varro. Petit Maltrc. Fifth Race Hurry. Alea. "Vlrgle d'Or. Sixth Itace-J-Tuskarosa, Beana, Qiopin. Rlreralde Tnrf Eichange. Commissions placed on St. Louis, Aque duct. Lakeside. Nashville and Oakland races. Steamer B. C. Gunter leaves foot of Lo cust street, Basle wharf landing, at 1:15 p. m. , 25c round trip. Leaves fcot of Davis street at' 2:00. 2:30, 30. 3:30 and 4:00. Take Catalan or Broad way car south to Davis street. TRACK RECORD LOWERED. Antumn Leaves Took Debutante Stakes at Louisville. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Louisville, Ky., -April 30. When Autumn leaves won the Debutante Stakes at Churchill Downs this afternoon, the track record for four furlongs, established by Sinf! and Cleophus, was lowered to :47ft. The track was very faHtv The Boston and Autumn Leaves were about equal choices In the betting at 9 to 5. Autumn Leaves was off first and led all the way round, though Esmond came hard In the stretch and closed the gap to a length, and only a head in front of the Boston. The first race 'at six furlongs went to Suave, who outclassed the field. Edith Q. the favorite, was third. The Schorr -stable landed a winner In John Peters, beating Hans Wagner a length and a half. In the mile event Amelia, an oaual fa vorite with Peat, raced neck and neck down j ton, an outsider, who had led all the way. AmelU was first by half a length. The Puritan, who was scratched from the Derby, took the 3-year-old race from the favorite, 'Wild Pirate, by a.nose. Lyror Bell won the last race by a close finish from Sim W. Louisville Summaries. First race, six furlongs, selling Suae. 101 (Gtlmore), E to 1 and 2 to I, won; Beauty Book, 704 (Ransom), 6 to 1 and 2 to 1. second; Edith I).. 100 (Irvln), 2 to 1 and 4 to E. third. Time. 1:144. Little Rita, Opera Girl, sir Blase. Eleien Bells. Watson Rebel. Only One, Prosper and La Gal also ran. Second race, four furlongs-John Peters. 103 f J. Woods), even, won; Hans Wagner, .103 (In In), ( totl and Itol, second: Janbert, 103i(Brllton). 20 to 1 and to 1. tjjrd. Time. :KK. Colonel Anderson. Dougherty. Doctor Lovejoy, Merry Makers Wortblngton and Trevllle also ran. Third race, mile, selling Amelia Strathmore, 110 (Wlnktleld). 3 to 2 and 1' to i. won; Peat, 108 (Cochran). 2 to 1 and 4 to 5. second: Tom Mlddleton. 113 (Irvln). 30 to 1 and 10 to 1. third. Tims. 1:41V janowood. Redd, Secundus, John wnyuiK Kau j. ujr fHAvy WW Jul. Fourth race, four furlongs. .Debutante Stakes Autumn Leaves. 110 (Gllmore), 8 to S, won; The Esmond. 110 (Wlnktleld), 4 to 1 and even, second; The Boston, IIS (In In). 2 to 1 and 7 to 10, third. Time :47K. Lady Apoleby, Foundling, Kentucky Muddle also ran. Scoitlc, Icewatcr and llollle T. were scratched. Fifth race, set en furlongs The Puritan. 107 (Cochran) 8 to 5 and 3 to 5. won; Wild Pirate, 111 (P. Kane). 3 to 2, second; Senator Bererldge, 107 (J. Woods). 4 to 1 and 6 to 6. third. Time. 1:25. The Auditor. Charles Dealer, Birch Tree. Sueen Quality and Doctor Preston also ran. St arcos was scratched Sixth race, six furlongs Lyror Bell, (R. Murphy). 3H to 1 and C to S, won: 81m W.. Ill (Cochran), 2 to 1 and 4 to 8, second: Lily Pant land. 97 (J. T. Woods), 9 to 1 and 3 to 1. third. Time. 1:154. Elsie Barnes. Crinkle. lAcushla, Clortta and Princess Ottlllla also ran. Doctor Riddle and Onomastus were scratched. To-Day'a Louisville- Entries. First race, hlne-slxteenths of a mile: Harry Beck 931 Belle's Commoner.... 105 Best Man ...101 Eddie Bunch 105 Wycth 101 IRcd Book 1....1CS Terrible Turk 101 1 Jordan 10 Second race, selling, mile and a sixteenth; Scorpolette til Lee King; 1 107 King Elkwood lOtlElsmore '.....110 Teckla : 10!1 Third race, selling, nice-sixteenths of a mile: Andronlcus lie, Miss Charlie 101 Dodle S-. . 97 . 97 Bonnie Coosa. 103 , 103 105 105 Mollle Brooks Mlsa Blarney Elna Lelbs ... Scortic Bailie Green . Lathrop ,... 99 ....101 Miss .Xhomey ..101 Fourth, race, the Turf Conjrress IlandlcaD. mils and a sixteenth: Senator Bererldge.... 93 His Lordship . ..110 GtHerl 98 Amelia Strathmore... 98 Scarlet Lily 100 Reseda 102 Iaobel 102 T. P. Hajes's entry. Caviar ..110 ..100 Hernando Mr, Phlnisey Lady Strathmore. Tho Unknown .... ..112 ..lOZ ..lit Fifth race, selling, six furlongs Bocona .97 North Umbrla 107 Sam-P 110 Cochran 110 Sam P. Cochran 110 Locust Blossom 114 Doctor Riddle .......117 Frances Rela .. economic Purse Lady ... Alex. Pearson ,....100 ....100 .....105 .....107 Ida nuiett ..107 Sixth race, selling, seven furlongs: Sllna . . 91 Edith Q. 105 Galathee 110 Albert Baldwin, Sr...llo Onomastua , .112 Vckna Clark Fonsollne .... Acushla Full Dress .. 97. .....103 105 105 DERBY WINKER'S- MOTHER. Darn of His Eminence la "Jfalllna- a Plow." REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Lexington, Ky., April 30. Another sreat mare is "pulling a plow." as does Garry Herrmann's dam. 811k Gown. The mare Is no other than Patroness, by, Pat Malloy, the dam of Bis Eminence, which won the Kentucky Derby in such easy fashion. The mare came from ' the famous Woodburn stud and was sold four years ago at their disposal sale for ITS. ' O. H. Chenault of this city waB the.nur chaser. For him she foaled His Eminence, sold as a yearling for $500, and a filly by imp. Hermance, now 2 years old, which sold for 390. Mr. Chenault then disposed of her to the Breeders' Protective Association, which sold her to Ferguson & Co.,. of At lanta, Ga.- Sho was included In a carload of Other rejected mares, which were "disposed, of without pedigrees, and her identity is now lost NEWPORT TRACK IMPROVED. Goodale, 'Playea for a Good Tfclasr, . Was Jfot Good. ( CinclnnatVO., April 30. The track at New port was much improved to-day, and the. racing proved f very exciting. Goodale 'was backed all over the ring-to win the last race, but ran away a mile before the start and finished last. Weather pleasant. Summary: Newport Saiamarlea. First race ,'alx.and a half farlonga Algle M., 104 (Postal). to L won; Donna 8eay, 100 4Wat i'ovS; second; Fairy Day: 104 (forehand). to i third. Time, 122- Jtrtfaa Werner, Elsie DeL Margaret Hitman sad MjIb W. also ran. Second race, four furionrs Kingford, Ho (Mc Cwnrao w L won: Anaywunams: 103 rw. .Woois) 30 to-.!.- econd;Dm. .CrabK IpS (L. race, six -Xunoun, aeuina Ail weu, ism rHothrsol!..- to L rlJ,J?Sx1. Ivbmmivs n 1. yjiieonfl-Xysetlcm. 1S7 IBV AuatiDl, CO to L third, Tiaw, .lj.'' Bweat Draasv Al Caa- Jter, ;JfiUluer,. Mews and Jlop. also 'rang- Fourth race, .four and 'a hair furlongs JUtva. .. . ris . at . t ! laTmalaaa stl naa ai 1(3 fUndaay), Vto-L saeaM: Myrtle DalL M(U 1 Jackson), s to 2. thlrdr time. lrtO.;aUral,jEng- J ush and: uen niusm auao ran. - - - - Mfth raw. on mile. sllmaterDnryea, 1U (K. Winkfleld), 5 -to z. wou.MajttMtol. M (C. kunBy),4-toJ. second: Bona, .aS (Baaochajaip). Sto X T thlro.- Time. ldVSaraaamp. Das .Rice, drub, W. O. ,Weleb-aM SUtes alao ran. - t .-.Sixth race, six furlongs, aallma Poorlands. -197 fCaatro), StO,).--Wca; Brow ,ValT,.14 (C. Maore ftoi-Wcoadr Vom. ' (AnaetteX -H 1. -tsira.-.isav ;sb& Strathhrocck. Soudana. Scotch Bramble, Sanga mon, Nancy Dobns, Little Reggie and Goodule alo ran. To-Dnj'a Newport Entries. First race, selling;, six furlongs: Fortush 104 Tortugas 108 O'Connee 10$ Roltalre 1(0 Lady Kent 10i Metoxen 109 Iris - 107 Charle Daniel) 109 Pretty Roste 10S Rare Perfume 115 Second race, purse, four furlongs: St. Hera , Ill .Effect 102 Georglana 103 iDr. Worth 103 queen Frlese lo: I Andy Williams V-i Edith Reed 102 I Tom Crabb 105 Third race, hurdle, mile and a quarter: Uncle Steve IIS Earn 141 Divertlsemcnt US Coley 1.8 Zerlba 110 1 Seldenuach 152 Kinney's entry. Fourth race, five furlongs: Easter 33 Tom English 107 Amoroso 'J5 Kekamlt 1u7 Maggie W 53 Obstinate Simon ....107 Corlalls 105 Billy Mason 110 Foneda 103 Prince Eshcr 110 Blenheim 107 Fifth face, selling, six furlongs: Tangible s" Pantland 107 Scotch Bremble .... S7 Red Cross II 107 Robert Morrison loci Guerdon 107 Come Quick 1P3 Tnlarlck ., 107 Brown Thrush 10". Little Reggie ::) ChrTilelte 103 Randy 110 Blllle R ,....:05 Sixth race, selling, mile nnl a sixteenth: Madeline Q M Chub 107 HUa '.. 91 Little Stllle ....107 'Eou- 10! Vlrgle 0 107 La Spara 101 Outburst 113 Get About 105 MUDLARKS OUT AT OAKLAM). Rory Ousth neat the Gate nnd Sol Ltchteusteln. San Francisco, Cal., April 30. The track at Oakland was still heavy to-day, and mudlarks were In evidence. Three favorites scored. Rory Ough beat the gate In the flve furlongs event, and won In a drive from Sol Llchtensteln. Wallensteln was heavily played to win In the third, but Uncadeau beat him a length. Oakland Summaries. First race, three-fourths of a mile, selling De coy. 102 (Ransch). 3 to 1. won;. Barnev t Vil (Stuart). 4 to 1, second; Lost Girl, 100 (IT. Mat thews), 7 to 1. third. Time. l:l. Klr.g"! Pal, Harry Thatcher, Guilder. Aluminum. Doctor Marks. Hilary. Spry Lark and Del Vista also ran. Second race, teven-sixteentns or a true. 2- ear olds, selling Phyllis, 105 (Basslnger). C to 5, won; B. C. Green. 108 (E. Matthews). 7 to 5, sreond; Phil Crlmmlns. 105 (Conlcri. 7 to 1. third. Time. :44- Prism. Yellowstone, Prestonlan, Warder and Lecato also ran. Third race, three-fourths of a mile, selling Uncadeau. 10! (J. Martin), 5 to 1. won: Wallen steln. 101 (Alexander). 3 to 1, second: Nllgar, 103 4Basslnger). C to 1. third. Time, l:!?1.,. The Singer, Canejo. Modwena. Formatus, Sneet -William and Alaska also ran. Fourth race five-eighths of a mile, selling Rory Ough. 118 (Bergen), 4 to 1. won: Sol Llc'it ensteln, 118 'Alexander), even, second: Royjlty, 113 (Bsssinger). 7 to 1. third. Time. 1:03),. Achilles. Huachuca and Prcstone also ran. Fifth race, one mile Malay. 110 (Alexander), even, won: Ada N.. 1C! (Russell), -4 to 1. second; Rio Shannon. 112 (Suyllan). 3 to 1. third. Tltre, l:44Uj. Rlnaldc Morlnga. Birdie Stone and Klck umbob also ran. Sixth race, three-fourths of a mile, solllr.:" Handlcapper. 108 (J- .Martin). 4 to 1. wont Alee, 104 fAlexander), 10 to 1, second: Good Hope. 103 (E. Matthews), S to 1. third. Time. 1:16. Duckor Jerld. Pat Morrlsser. Doctor Cae, Mocorlto, Boundlee and Matt Hogan also ran. To-Day'a Oakland Entries. First race, six furlongs, selling: Illusion .10? .105 Arlon 1)7 La Calma . Edith O .. Carlo inglan ..117 ...IPS .:.io3 uerro Santa . Frank Dufly Scotch Sweet Voice 107 Ill 113 ...... Ill 113 109 selling: M2 I'll 102 Luca ., Triple Cross 103 The. Garter 107 1 Second race, one mile, purse: Darlene ...107. Phil Archibald Wardman Hi George Dewey Qulbo 112 1 Third race, four and one-half furlongs. Glendennlng ., 192 1 Water Scratch St. PhlUppina. 102 Clear Sky ...... Louwelxa 102 1 Jacqueminot .. San Lultlan ...102 I Fourth race, seven furlongs, selling: Hlndoonet Ill WaVJensteln .. ...111 ...111 Ostler Joe lit Grand Sachem 113 Nllgar 113 Parader Ill Loconomo .1 Ill sir .Kingston The Singer .. GUssando .... Alas ,.,....111.1 '.'.'."l03 314 194 Ill Asian Fifth race, one mile and fifty yards: Pat Morrlsiy 1031 The BunToon Wyoming .108 Gauntlet .... Don Luis 1981 Sixth race, six furlongs, selling Dunfree ,..,107 Jerld 124 Birdie Stone 100 Flamero 121 Hlch Hoe 119 Judge Shropshire ....111 Flatterer 110 Hungarian 113 ELSIE L. MADE GOOD. Annexed the Woodhaven Stakes nt Aqueduct In Easy Style. New Tork, April 30. Four favorites and two well-backed second choices caught the eyes of the judges first at Aqueduct to-day. The Woodhaven Stakes, for 2-year-olds, at five furlongs, - was the feature, and H. T. Griffin's Elsie L., a hot even-money favor ite in the betting, won an easy victor. Aqueduct Summaries, Flrat race, six furlongs-Outlander. 126 (Henry), 1 to 4 and. out, won: The Chamberlain. Hi .(Burns), 3 to 1 and 1 to I. second; Ventoro, 107 (Brennan), 30 to 1 and 3 to 2. third. Time, 1-J4 2-S. Second race, five and a half furlongs Maiden. 101 (Henry). 3 to 1 and even, wan; Mizpah. 112 (Burns). 2 to 1 and .even, second; Oliver Mac, 10S (Landry). 4 to 1 and 8 to 5. third. Time, 1:08. 1 Allaire. Disturber. Billionaire. Songster, Prosit, Frank Callahan. Mauga. Idle Chat. Ken tucky, judge Warden and Lou Kate also ran. Third race, about seven furlongs, selling Sad ducea, 119 (H. Michaels), 2 to 1 and 3 to 5, woO;tTyrshena, 108 (Brennan). 7 to 5 and 1 to 2, second; Lucky Star, 112 (Van Dusen), 13 to f. and7 to 10, third. Time. 1:23 2-5. Cherry Wild. Hake-' and Longacre also ran. Fourth race. Ave furlongs, the Woodha-.en Stakes, selling Elsie L., 109 (T. Burns), een and 1 to 3, won: Juvenile. 99 (J. Daly), 4 to 1 and 7 to S, second.: C. Rnsenfeld. 103 (Van Dusen). IS to 1 and 4 to 1. third. Time. 1:01 2-s. Edwin Kenton. Postillion. Nanalmo and Leslie Bruce also ran. Fifth race, one mile and seventy yards, sell ing Walt Not. US (Van Dusen). even and 2 to 6. won: McGrathlana Prince 107 (Dale), 30 to 1 and 10 to 1. second: Mat Simpson, 111 (Bren nan). 5 to 1 and 8 to 5. third. Time. 1:16. Dog town. Double Dummy. Scurry. King Brook. Char awlnd Ceylon and Hardy Pardee also ran. Sixth race, the furlongs Miss Hissings. 10j (Landry). 8 to 5 and 2 to 5. won; G. Whlttier. 108 (J". Daly). 3 to 1 and even, second: Maior Daniels 109 (Van Dusen), 3 to 1 and even, third. Time. 1:03 3-5. Lombre, Far Cry. James P. Keating. Dlnna, Forget and Souplr also ran. --To-Day'a Aqueduct Entries. First race, five furlongs: TAltrhtawav . ..Ol Starter 104 Tommy Foster Major Bird .... Boyltlte Eanallxe .....101 .....106 195 ....104 Flintlock ..102 ..Xil .. 99 .. 99 Fonsoluca .... Lady Handy .. The Hartford .Little Bahar .104 Second race, about seven furlongs: .Buffoon'. ...115 Margravlate Otnkt Curtsey .... Annu ...... Cherished ... Hardshell ... ,.1M ... ; ,3 .. U ... 91 ... 86 Big uun : Sir Florlan .,. Morocanto '.. By Oeorge .... Charles Estes ,...114 ....111 ..i.lll ....109 ...108 Bondman ..107 Third race, handicap. fUe'ar.d one-halt fur longs:. Jfanltoban l24IPraeber. Ill oodrrey .. lUIJuage waraeii .' HulUllpochtll ... '..112 I Brown Dale ..1 104 Ante up .111 'Queen Carnival .....-!, Fourth race, five furlongs: Margie S Ill lLysbetb ,.1(0 Silver Chimes 107 Frivol 103 Lucrusta ..... ......Ill j Eva Mine 1103 Step Onward 103 I Lara cor .....'., 98 Tlfth race, handicap, about amen furlongs: First Whip ;... .1021 Magic Light :...'.....105 Shorehara .. .: lit Sailor Xing :. r. 5- Tyrsnena is 1 uueen uarnivai s: Itanltoban 107 1 - - 'Sixth racc-about seven furlongs: Bra&mln ..'...-. .U0 IThorougJibred ... ...110 ...110 107 aoroKanta 110 Monad HO Warranted Tour Grace -. Tenderloin ...... Wallabont 110 ..J07 Tenarlo 110 MarrravUta no Warm 110 Johnny Brown 107 uncle joan ..,...iuy Amy A.... ...105 Beautiful ...: IDS Admiral Dewey .....nu Ikey Dlddy ....lis JPolfUclan .....U0 Deluge ..vTr l aii saints ..., va , . For Safarday Xattaeer. Races, .REPUBLIC -SPECIAL. " . . ' St,-Joseph,-Mo.. -AprifJI), TheJtatorday After Bbon -Racine uuh .waa.brgaWzM at the Cmaritit" clal duo. last pant, at is composca 01 local V-e S ,'s " horsemen, who will glie Saturday afternoon matlneo races at Lake Contrary. Oily local horsemen are eligible and they must drle their onn horses. The races nlll be free and the purses will b nominal. The first matinee will be git en next Saturday. RAROUCII'S GREAT VICTORY. Made Phenomenal Rush to "Victory When Scemlnsly Beaten. Chicago, April CO. Barouch's victory In the fourth race was the feature of to-day's sport at Lakeside A 1 to 2 faor!te, she appeared hopelessly benten until the last furlong, tv hen she came with a phenomenal rush and brat Ynna a Mead. Lakeside Sumiuurlea. First race, four and cne-Kalf furlongs John A: Clarke, 115 (Cotnrrn). 3 to 1, won: Hat Mitchell, 111 (J. Baker). I to 5, aecond;'Brlssac. 118 (Cnm-1 hurst), 5 to 1. third. Time, :56. Last Knight. Count rerepolnt. Amote, Birthday Present and Caskey also ran. .Second race, mile Prestar: 112 (W. Klley), 10 to 1. won: l'atroon, 115 J. Baker), 7 to 10, sec ond: Ice, 10S (II. lienderson).-4 to 1, third. Time, 1: 2-5. Vlncennes. TIHIe M.. El Derlm, Madam Gerst and Martha Fox also ran. Third race, one mile Henry Merl. 103 (H, JCanaei). 4 to 1. won: Dlxnna. 93 (Gormley). S to 5. tccond; Io Newell. 102 (Coburn). 8 to C, third. Time. 1:42 3-5. Odnor alv ran. Fourth race, four and one-half furlongs Hirouche. 110 (Crowhurst). 1 to 2. won: Tanft, 113 (Vitatoe). 9 to 5. second; Hoodwink, 107 (Co burn). 4 to 1. third. Time. :33 2-5. No ethers. Fifth rare, mile and a sixteenth, selling Jake Weber, 108 (Henderson). 4 to 1, won; Red Apple, 92 (Rice). 20 to 1. second: Ed Adack. 93 (DaUson). 8 to 5. third Time. 1:49 2-5. Trebor, Little Tim and Old Mike also ran. Sixth race, mile, selling Annowan. 115 (Robert son), 8 to 5, won; Cora Until! II, 110 (Gormley), 6 to 1, second: Chauncey Fisher, J12 (Coburn), 4 to 1, third. Time. 1:43 4-3. Looo Sleeve. Golden Srepter. Lissome, John Grlgsby, Zacatosa and Bacor also ran. , Tuesday's Lakeside Entries. First race, ninc-slxteentbs of a mllo: Efne Rey 105 1 Mies Canal 101 John D 103 I Peppy A.... 101 Last Knight 104 1 Amote ,101 Second race, half mile: Hat Mitchell 105IHayden 108 Blaze Band 1031 scuth Elkhorn 113 Third race. mile, handicap: Myth .lC0,Oxnbr 92 B-n Chance 100 1 Leo Newel! 92 Andes lOollrlsh' Jeitel 95 rourtu race, six furlongs, selling: Old Mike .107 .109 Zaza 103 95 Ill 102 Jake Weber Dcbrlde ..:.. Irma S narney Saal Ranco Martha Fox ,...110 ...10J Incandescent -. .....V.ICC Fifth race, sir furlongs, selling: Air Chicken ... Daly O........ Watlta ..". , 97 ' Densal .. ..... M ...i Natural Gas ... O'lEp Lady rortland S7f .About 911 .acaiosa ....101 ....191 llosla Sixth race, one and' one-eighth miles: Halor 'Manslr .fHi Sunro , Ice 101 1 lien Chance .. Frangible ICJl .. 95 .:ioi , RIvcrstde'Turf Exchana-e. Steamer R. C. Gunther leaves; foot of Lo cust street, Iiaglo nharf landing, at 1:15 p. m. 25c round trip. . Leaves foot of Davis street nt 2:00. 3!30. 3.03. 3:3) and 4:00. Take Catalan or Broad way car EOUth toX)ayls street. SEW BOARD Or-RAClSC STEWARDS. G. L. Crawford, rjhmcs T. Drnmmond' 'Anions "xnoaev Named. G. L. Crawford, James T. Drummond, Vallo Reybuni. James Ghlo and W. E. Orthwcin were appointed Board of 'Racing; Stewards for the Fair Grounds meeting yes terday. At 'least four of thd five stewards' aro millionaires. The new .stewards are all sportsmen beyond reproach. Mr. Reyburn, the flfih member, has never been 'prominent in, sporting affairs, though always a quiet loyer of all the higher forms of sport. .Mr. Crawford -Is the manager of the firm of J. E. Crawford & Son, stock brokers. Orthneln. 13 well known as a merchant on 'change, Mr. Drummond Is of the great tobacco house of that "name. Mr. Ghlo has been on the turf for .some years, racing In a modest way with a few good horses. It would not be easy to find a better Board of Stewards. All that It needs to make it perfect. Is to work hard vthen occasions for such work arise. - It may bo that the United States Court of Appeals may have to adjourn to-day In order that the races may take place. Mr. Jones, Hhe olilcial caller. Is Deputy United States Marshal in that court. His 'duties Will, he says, compel him to attend court until May 7. If Mr. Jones cannot get to the race track In time to call the first race td day, matters mill be rather complicated. It Is not easy to see how the races can be suc cessfully conducted without Mr. Jones 'cry ing. In stentorian tones, "Skip one, by a length." During the first week of the sea son Mr. Jones trains with a skipping-rope for his duties In the press stand. The cry of "skip one." which so Infrequently comes from the caller's lips warns the takers of the form call to make a dash for one horse, whose personality or colors Mr. Jones falls, for the nonce, to recognize- It Is seldom Sir. Jones Is obliged to confess Ignorance in ouch a case, but now and then he must own up tuat no does not Know all of them. P. A. Brady will be presiding Judge of the Fair Grounds meeting. E. J. McGInD will be his associate. William Bruen will of ficiate as-starter. Mr. Bradv has been a horseowncr, a bookmaker and an associate of the great Carter in the Judge's stand. This will be his first effort as presiding; judge. Mr. McGinn has been modest In his long turf career, but, among those on the Inside, he has long been regarded as one of the foremost handlcappers in America, in his previous efforts at the Kalr Grounds Mr. Bruen was not strongly supported by the authorities when ho disciplined the offenders who make etartinij hard the Jock e s. Mr. Bruen will have the backing of the track management and Board of Stewards this season, and the "rigors of his position should be much ameliorated. Sam Wagner, the owner of tho Worth track, a member of the Western Jockey Club, applied to the Fair Grounds for stable-room for nine horses. Mr. Hachmclster was obliged to wire Mr. Warner that the barns at the- track were full, out offered to accommodate blm at'Delmar Park. Evi dently the outlaw rule which the Western Jockey Club threatens to enforce against the Fair Grounds and all other Turf Con gress tracks Is not even respected by own ers of big Western Jockey Club tracks. There was a very earnest tip going the rounds last night on Sharp Bird In the third race. Mr. Lazarus's colt ran some cracking races around Chicago last season and It 19 said that the ton of Ragnarok is in good condition. By the. way, American racegoers are prono to Ignore condition, that Is, appearance on, day of race,. some thing which Englishmen set a deal of store by. Condition will cut a lot of figure m tho early part of .the Fair Grounds meeting. Schrclber has an. elegant looking lot of horses at the last' "barn Tn "Millionaires' Row." as the line of new barns west of the grand stand ,1s known. Father Wenker overshadows them alL- -Though his sire, Suln- la a chunky lit tie. horse, his 2-venr. vold son ils as big as a Derby candidate. Reports from the South, say that Kindred has turned out a very fine horse and that 'the son 'of Kingston will make the big rild in the third- race break a record to Dtat him this "afternoon.,. 'Boqkmaker"'"Ketcnam' Can- staled yes-, terday that he,wouId not cut in until the meeting got settled and the horses began running- to the track. lt .Americana Lnek.:RetarnlaK.' ' London. April 30. Richard , Crcker'a Eileen Violet, ridden by Lester BellT,' ran third lri -the all-agedisetlinsr plate at "tfeKSurkct to-day. The race' was won by "Octoroon Girl. , J -. Danny3faher, toe-American Jockey; rode' Lord. Harewood's Night Shade, winner of the Visitor's Plate, a welter handicap, and Lester Relft ibad the mount, en W..C. .Steven's Branksome. which nnished'thlrd ' In the, same race, tha 'second, horse berng-Lord, Duntaven'a Sea Fog. Lester Relff also rod the winner. J. B. Jeer; Hla" Lordship, In the flrat 8prtna;--l-year-o!d stakes. Maher piloted Pierre Ixrillird-aAll'n. which was second;- Satyr. coming In third. Jamas. K-Keene'a colt. JJottu .Hampton, with- Maber "P.. wen a maiden S-year-old race ..at- five fur tones.. . ' r ''- - ,rt--i , -- B -..-. I MANY ATHLETES ENTER STATE Ml Three St. Louis Schools iinj Many Prom Other Mi.ssoiii Towns to Compete. M. S. U.HAS NOT ENTERED. Date for Triangular at Kansas City Conflicts With That of Meet in This City May 18. ' Entries for the first championship meet of the "Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Asso ciation are all in the hands of the secretary treasurer, and copies are being mailed to the respective schools. Last year the State University Invited the different schools of the State to Send teams to Columbia to compete for the Spauldlng trophy. St. Louis University, American School of Osteopathy and tho Warrensburg State Normal accepted the Invitation, and May 11 saw about thirty athletes try their muscle against tha State University. The old gold and black was trailed In the dust by the St. Louis lads, who elmply ran the 'varsity men off their feet. After tho meet, representatives o these schools met and remodeled a constitution and by-laws which had been drafted before hand by Doctor Rotbwell of the university. The only change of Importance was In the manner of decldmf on the time and place of holding the annual championship meet. This change save the officers of the association power to receive propositions for holding the meet, and by vote to decide which 'should be .accepted. Under this provision the officers met In Jefferson City December 27 and, received two propositions, one from Columbia and one from St, Louis Universi ty, the latter being' accepted, and May IS .being fixed as the date. Besides the four charter members, there are now Christian Brothers' College, Washington Uhlversity and Missouri School of Mines. -The entries numher over 100. and In them are names famous throughout the State for great achievements in' athletics. " Missouri State University 1b not entered in the meet, as the Columbia athletes have planed a three-cornered meet with Kansas and'Nebraska, to be held In Kansas City on the some date as the Intercollegiate meet, to be held In this city. It will be A rather peculiar position for the M. S. y. athletic authorities to take, as they are tho original promoters of the present associa tion, which was promulgated to upbuild athletics In this State. However, there Is some chance of the three-cornered meet falling' through, In which case it Is not un likely that the other members of tho asso ciation will overlook the action of M. S, U. and accept Its belated entries for the meet which will take place at Handlan's Park on May IS. . r .The three. St. Louis colleges St. Louis U., C. Bi C. and Washington U. have entered the events very strongly, and should be able to retain, the championship In this city. St- L0UI9 U. will have all of the men who won the title at Columbia last year. In ad dition to several newly developed athletes, who are almost certain to win points In tho meet. The entries for the meet are as fol- WASHINGTON UNIVEHSITT. One hundred yard dash Sesslngbaus, Brey. W. Dlllorl, Evens and Blechoff. Two hundred and twenty yard dash Sesslng hius, Brey. W- Dillon, Blschofr and Denton. Four hundred and forty yard dash Brey, W. Dillon, Crnus, Ever nnd StanTregen. Eight hundred and elrhty yard run Ilolman. Block, Brey, Stoffregen and Griffin. One-mile run Bader, Prttchard, Holman, Stoff regta'and Evers. One hundred and twenty yard hurdle Sesslng baus, Holman. W. Dillon. Prttchard and W. T. KoLin. Jr. . Two hundred and twentv vara hurdle Kejulnir- hause. Prttchard. W, Dillon, Eers and Denton Running high Jump Pritebard, W. Dillon, Brey; Kelleter and Wolfe. Running broad Jnmp Sesslngbaus, W. -Dillon. Evers. BlschoR and Dixy. Hammer-throw Schault, LeseberS, Forder, Dlehl and Holman. Stot-DUt Schault. Forder. Wathaway. Bader and Holman. Pole-vault-Echault, W. Dillon, Jones, PrKch ard and Qrlf fin. CHRISTIAN BROTHERS' COLLEGE. One hundred yard dash Longlnottl, McDonald, Barney, Murdock, Cahlll. Two hundred and twenty yard dah Longl faottl. Harney, McDonald. Doherty, Murdock. Four hundred and forty yard dash Hartley, Brockmeyer, Rlordan, McDonald. H. W, Jackson. -Eight hundred and eighty yard run McCarthy, H. w. Jackson, Rlordan, Lamps, Brockmeyer, One mile run McCarthy, H, W. Jackson, Rlor. dan. Lamp. Cahll. One hundred and twenty jard hurdle Doherty, II. W. Jackson, Qulsenberry, William Jackson. Two hundred and twenty yard hurdle Doherty, II. W. Jackson, Qulsenberry, William Jackson. Running high lump Doherty, H. W. Jackson, Qultenberry. William Jackson. Running Broad lump Doherty, H. W. Jackson, Qulsenberry. Brockmeyer. Hammer throw W. M. Jackson. O'Donohue. Shot put W. M. Jackson. Brockmeyer, O'Don ohue. Pole vault H. M. Jackson, Qulsenberry, Dolan. MISSOURI SCHOOL OF MINES. One hundred yard dash Perrler, Moll, Shockloy, Southgate. Gregory. Two hundred and twenty yard dash Perrler, Moll, Hoffman. Southgate. Gregory. our nunarea ana lorty yara aasn Werner. Molt. Hoffman. Southgate. Shockley. Eixnt nunarea ana eignt: Southgate. Kerr. -Shockley. Eight hundred and eighty yard run Bex,. Burr, One mile run Rex. Burr. Kerr. Shockley. Mor gan. una nunarea ana twenty yara nuraie rernr, Hoffman. Gregory, Southgate. Two hundred and twenty yard hurdle Perrler, Hoffman. Gregory, Shockley. Running hlgn jump Perrler, Hoffman, Frailer, Southgate. Running broad Jump Kerr. Frailer, Gregory, Morgan. Burr. Hammer throw Keenan, MoIJ. Moore. Prugh. Shot, put Keenan. Moll, Moore, Prugb, Greg- ry. pnl ' vault Holt. Burr, Hnfman. Morgan. . WARRENSBURO STATE NORMAL. (hut hundred yard dash-Rltter. Hlnkel. Carton. Rainwater. Two --hundred and twenty yard dash Rltter, Hlnkel. Cayton. Rainwater. Coombs. Four hundred and forty yard dath Walker, Borden. Cayton, Rainwater. Coombs. . Eight- hundred and eighty yard run Walker, V. Williams. Elslnnlng. Mcculloch. Thomas. One hundred and twenty yard hurdle Ralnwa ter.rRinkel -'Bandy. - , Two hundred and twenty yard lrnrdl Rain-water.-Hinkelj Bandy,. Coombs, - Running high Jump Rainwater. Hlnkel, Bandy, smitnr Running broad jump Rainwater. Hlnkel. Smith. Hammer tnrow Miner: v Shot pot Milter.'-Borden. C Williams. Borden. Polit.vault-tEaves. Elliott. Bandy. Clay. AMERICAN SCHOOL OF OSTEOPATHY. On hundred yard.uaah. Demtng, Rumpus.-Pot-mateer. Love, Daniel. .... Two t hundred -and twanry- yard daah Demtngv Snmpus, Polmateer. Lova. Daniel, . Four hundred and -forty yard dash-Demlng. Esatman. Danle L- ' ' - - Eight hundred and eighty yard run Redfleld. , Onr!lu,rn-Amentj-Cain. ' i Two hundred and twenty yard. hurdle Burrrpua, r Running high " Jump Reed, Pefttt, Eastman, Runatnp broad Jump Reed. Petlit. Deming. rBamrnrr tarew-Cleary.'Lafom.' Jones, -Hafcaf-fey.ift p jT" -fi ' i - . -" ' - E,iiriot;rt-Joe'Iafon.Cleary, Mahaffey, Cam, HACHMEISTER ADVICE 9M0uVECT.,'1yiS,'..l: City papers will prove established of Tha Republic; be coBTtnead. Too s For Honest! reatment. Cum. .n Chronle. .1 enoai. Bll ?? "fiJStT:K . - - - ousnelardeapondCTey and IrrfttWMessl"-" i"JSmaiS!Sn& result if errors, lost manhood, atllay JOT'&-SKKi, 8r"' Power restored and a radical cure ruH- ASK lor manK " .j.-v -both stxas. .lerroaslJeaiury, r"r.'i"y-'Si--SrSarrlaa lod Polaona-All stages. Eczema, Wears, cured bj sate """iJ.'Jj ft orBJootry Irlnarr nnd niaddepitlments oulcklT cared. PaaaWOcUlt. Too- I"1 " o -Tnrlno: also, private meases which obrect as t . : . . .T'. . iS-uesanu an neeiisu oueajes cu. n .W'K-".1 JtVS. w"it5ir A.nimL " . Beaicai uictionary ana Aaviser mm at ouca DR.WHITTIE it' BCUKSIl aJIClltnrar wm jmwvM;s 5;- assssssssssaSBk, -MW I MANHOOD RESlREpwnnp; trtrtTitausrr.iM snaansanx Tl f 1 .-I. Palaa ta taeBa, tCaasUaattaa. Intoss aifTfcil: WSHRiStH :dun.tM W?JM whlth , not rtetled hall to SfOTMlonhoa sni sllttj SniamiiaZii rr aH llier.tBttldamsnd tt oHssif erfsM ot uJ"prlttJlJ2B'S ... . tlu ryyuoo Srran an act eusd kr Doetortu 90 lrj mm "fV' -.-. 4-Msst'' CUPIDENE I. Ik. ..BlrHw-a natarts Lwltto Ba ! rti4 ' ""- . IHi-S KSlfra iTSK staxMT; a- al. OaL, mteaia'' RABOTEAU 4 CO.. Broadway "?t Pola saolt-Peltlt. Hook. K"gT. LOUIS UNIVERSITT. One haUred yard dash E. McLean, E. Walsh. J. O'Nef. M. Slohrman. E. Maloney. Two laadred and twenty yard dash O. Dej loge, E, Walsh, J. O'Neil, M. Mohrman. E. Unloner.'. . . . Four lsB4red and forty Jard dash O.- Des ks. E. 1Wli, J. O'Nell. M. Mohrman, E. Ma kney. itv Eight Iititared and eighty yard run-Cumlngs. r. GulsorvJ. Lindsay. G. Desloge. Donohue. One mlle'run Cumlngs. F Gulgcn, J. Llnd siy. Dlllofc One hunoM and twenty jard hurdle M. Shaw, M Mobrrasi Myers. . Two 1 hunwedi and twenty J-ard hurdle M. Phw, MZlfchnnan. D. Dillon. M. Donohue, C. Deiloge. l Rmnlng-'jlghllump M. Shaw, M. Mohrman, D- Dillon,' IT Bonohue. Myers. Banning bJakdMump Dumall, M. Mohrman. D. Dllbn. Deslsre. (Donohue. Hmmer-tSowVshaw. EL Walsh, Relneus, E. Polljian, fiMirntker. blxt put-hitnan. E. Walsh, Relneus, E. Potlaan. ScSntSer. Po vadlt-ia, D. Dillon. M. Donoboe, ST.LOUljJiTHLETEsT; BIG MEET. Eacl of thTlrec Local Colleaea Baa FnllMntry of Good Hen. W1U the sairfca for the Intercollegiate 'meet HI In, iiidlknown to the local ath letes, the law now know Just who they have to beat-to win points at Handlan's Park m ilay .rhetschools from towns in the SUte willSmdoubtedly send soma very good jam -iiarMsecIally In events which donot tequIroTSqli coaching for the devel opment of meniwho can make good marks. The shot Put aid. hammer throw are gener ally thr fAVrtrttM f tha Btrnnir tftrla nf AVnrrenturg Normal, the School of Mines and the Ssteopatas. There are many strong, hfslcy fu-mer bays In these schools, who, "'tn a tery small knowledge of style, can put tho ihot Incredible distances, while the hammer hrowinf reminds them of thadaya they had to assist father In driving stakes. They oftei grew tired and threw the sledge so far tlat all rttords would have been ..at.?,ha'-.-t-lKea,tol" In a regularly con stituted athletic, fceet. Those fellows who threw the Uedge away are not the ones who break reccjds, homver. but there are; plenty of them ivio stucsrto farm work with such, patience aid courage that they can throw the hammt mighty well without any Ink--lln-r of whit style Is in an athletic feat, lhere arsom at,' Louis boys In tho out side schooh wh6 aire liable to heat their fcllow-townrtnen in the big meet. Curt Mo 1 of the School of Mines was a -clever sprinter last spring and had no trouble In wlnnlnrr the'iou-vattt .,, f.A ttid-k School field lay while he was as good In J .no mum. vKut. jiQii nas grown consmera bly In the pat year and Is an ideally built athlete. The man who beats him in tho sprints will ,lave to-come a bit closer to" standard turn than 'any of the St Louis contestants hive, dona thus far. Washington University had quite a num her of men ott In Forest Park at practice yesterday whoare expected lo win points for the universty against all comrs. Billy Dillon Is In very Rood shape, to Judge from appearances, aid his practice stunts do not belle appearancis In tha least Dillon is en tered in nearly every, event of the twelve for the Intercolbglate aieet and In the hur dle contest will run the chance of being beaten by his youngest brother, Dan, who w'H make his d'but as the fourth member of the Dillon faulty tte-comnete In lmDeT- tant athletic connsts. Dan Dillon will sprt the colors of St Louis university, waJHs Billy will be the mainstay of the Wah Inston team. , .' Seminghaus Is" row captain of the Wshr Ington baseball team, and Is liable to hive his chances in the sprints, and other events injured at any tkne la, game?, while his work on the dlanond does anything but Improve his -mu3c.es for speed purposes. Sesslnghaus won the 100-yard dash In the' Washington field dy last spring In addition to the broad Jump, He I doing a bit too much work right now. He.works out with his ball team and alien takes a turn at broad Jumping and (printing. Brty of Washington puSed Sesslnghaus hard In the 100 last uenton and won 'the ia)-yard event. Brex Is touted as a sreat shot-putter.' hut he his never done anything remarkable with tie sixteen-pound iron tall In public. Brey ft In training at Forest Park with Lilly Dillon and BetsInghaUs. The High School track team has divided, several of tho members prs.ct!clne out at the St. Louis 'A. A, A. grounds, while the others are stUl with the St, Louis Uni versity team at Hanttlan's Park. Randall. Montgomery Schuyler and a few others woiked out with the Washington University boys yesterday. ' St Louis University has three) good start ers for every event In the big- facet, and its chances for large bundles of points are far the .brightest of tho lotal teams. McLean Is the athletic "find" of the season, and It Is said he has the.lOO-yards dash at his. mercy, but there are any number of "finds" on all the teams, and in St Loula University as well. C. B. C. has a full list of entries, and the candidates are working 'faithfully on tha new campus In Cote BriUIahterevexy day. Brockmeyer, William Henry and O'DonohUa have 'practiced long enough with the sixteen-pound shot to place it on -a recorj mark, ant It is by no means certain that they will not do so. , . . r. , C. B. C. had a worlds-beating sprinter last winter In McDonald, but it is now -currently reported about the college that he was a fnico ni.ii-Tn" nnd that Lonainattl will carry the hopes of the. C. B. C. boys (In the intercollegiate meet, Hones Bronchi Good Pr The special sale of hlgh-clasa hon w.ifl..l Ktjw.k Tarda. East. Bt.'.Loaia - -n nriM. nhtftlned. The sal.w horses by th prominent breeders andd Of Mlsioun DTOUgat out muj t-y"-' (sharlle Drummond of St Louis for gelding- ami tres. "??"" "'Jf, "J det of, St. Louis bought a read mare byl Wilkes for 1600. Foilowmg la a Hat all clpal transacuons: -. - i.... Pnllnnl. b m.. Z hahda,, I Misdeal. ,dam' by Westmdntt' very' U fast-going road mare; A. 8. Bu6arjt;y Gcorg Dewey and Ned B.. .eh- gsL.j C years, br EggDIafliond and flujj made, nucn-gomg --coacn (, " londoo. Engtana; wo.j- " Holla walbi.- br. g.,-li.J hand. ,- rf.w .w n,Mt WTestern with remarkable action; Orcrss Wal rlth nun sfe:b: EKyrTv.; && sssidiaTwTth Kisar-tia Ivosis:. e- oeorxe-washlnston. b. ijMr basl laulrrr.,am--Jpdre; pris--anlacJ f. ecretary. CALLOR WRITE. ; ;- Fl , andOmcaa M Beor EaUlls H . m. suttamjt. t ssny- since 187a, See bk sasaasss) WHITTnGt to pence !. - SBBaaT , tlSTMTlrTirilt urinary fce- ask tor . "5 f or adrlee. M;":;;Jrvis'i(jo.eIe 1" osiss. .ui'fi, -r-v. -j :-. 'i.lf.a bv il: K vm plctnres. . K taufMi WKicovrcv . V.M..M.- -- - - - Sf Otaee or y Separate "Walllaai-R "tmr Bayea Peraaau y m... will miicHr er yooef a - I J maf2LVEZ& fa l and Lucas, tit. Loula. Mo. NO OUBB. NO PAY. if you nav small, weak organs. i-JoiJLSSS ourvacanni vyijM ..y - restore yon without dn f? rudc no C.O.D. fraud; wrttef r&Shn.. lift Frederick H. Smith, PaorU, BLi Re r tn.. IS I hands. ( years. by.Ra? by Pat Clebourne; James tsngni. ythryrrioad?;; tSSrJSt. 1 y. teiw Old Drennon: combined jaMM ilng; H. M. Rubey, ex. "-. m.. 1 hands. S years, by Fprwt VfsSSsSnvsr t.A. m-m Mvatloa Won. The taK!?t mt tha Monarch, and tt Mystics defel lng tournam .ffioay (Jwninfc Tha following acorea were -TlrtrPTTAr.S- 11 . m t c nwt AT. Names. i ?. .. .". -VS." mi. a Klea (8) 3) a It M w r?i Zl 17 t76SSl8Ji! E-4JtlSS44J-MJ4S- J5 4SB)41BW4BM 0SMWlBI4aM McAdama (8)! Befner (TJ Flynn (4) ..J coroett (a TOUU .... lJ20t)n7S!H'i'l . . Teaai'avera 49-17-u- .UOKABUU. . e-, ' Vamefl. m 1. s 3 9 Ju -- -r-y - .' , yg II l It 44 Joestlsr (O Jewett (J) ... Linton (8) .'.. 63 31 45 49 45 JO M , -iri4H2!4S)140 1- 2W44441M4M Kranx 4J -Hatfield (D " Totals .. .. 2S JW" S MJ li 1M -0" Team avert 41 "-" MTSTira. 1 1 J a To'I. A. S- W M TO 49 45 B ? " S ?.' S 3 S J Names. Chrlstoe (J) MnVey (4) . Kinney () . Johnaon- (71 llsffsas isa- McKlnney (0 fin i40-t5 70 m in Totals Team averal u5- EAGLES. . . . Names. m.-i 2 ".Ztj." y. Bltaer (1) Ebxhardt (i) Hack (I).... Cobeck (7) .. IS 42 61 54 TST n SSSIiifBiSS Bcnultx w . Totals . ... 1H 4 1 I4 S 1241101 Team averai it W-25. lata S,saVatkc-rMS. zS!ttJS'2S&&g&12Sgi H ."lhil.iSSn5St from tn BoumaH onj" SUSi . tToiiBMi Both nvea puEp good avarages. ju SrS-V '"' i.l a Names. Sssarl . Brenner David ... Glessow , Gree .... t ' Totals fli 50 42 K 4J J34 44 is n a a 41 11 at ; 1 -M X O 1W. "V . , f'"i JMiM to ? MJ vax u SOUTlliuiro. V.1 1 X 4 .. i ... i i.is.n rm -RmitfTS Ana in ins cuuik Djsf'rva. "TTJin -w-. mm . on tha crescen alley '"i nw ar-- rMt tn ttta ogsra. Oram ana jm". " iSles. led. Scar: wtnd up for thi COSMOS. .. Ham. Klelfurth .. Sdbcrman . wreoft .... TSyarman .. Broun Totals..... Nimea. E. Hobsrg Bohr, Oiewlman , Schsleder , Ill'' 1 I 3 4 5 TO'I. v. 11'. "1, .t-m 4 tut -C SS wgS?2Si5. U4t4T4X404t . S S 4 50 44 illlaS2fil4lS9 10M 411- 5 BBUiuinB. . t dfttfl 2 I 4 5 To'I. AT. .7 4 41 40 61 64 il llf ::-5o i t! i? ta 2 tf ....7 a ij " ..H S 47 W 47. 5t "A 3 a 4 4 nratn Totals. 44 1U S5S SIS 2 S z 11M 4 U- niM as. If-lnlaked First. tji. Ofllce Man won the championship of tha. .enVrl?.thrctraliCkeHatL.f whKh aded with last nlght'4 n"n!:,fcTS? Acmes IlnUhed to the place, two ra,hrt1gi ' the leaders and the same number In front ol tha SouthOT. who ucctedd In showing. 8tandlan . VI. L-i Clnba. W. L. .....4S XS1 Crescents . .....43 Brokra " . 41 cosmos ... ttloranltea a flnhs. Dfflct Men,, Acme . 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