Newspaper Page Text
i.-:--j!.-,i . . . , . ..i.irtiBainngi'B''.ii ''.. '' . . . .. '' .-'- . s jm.
..--Tigi." -t--'pror --"--- ' --.-- --- j..-: - -.. .- .t--- -i - -j -j - -,--- -- ft".- . -- - --ts----,- THE REPUBLIC? MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1902. 5 - Hit EM Browns and "White Sox End American League Season in St Louis. . Smith' Academy Now Has More Than Thirty Men in Its Football Squad. Xational Champions Defeat Local Experts in Three Games. pii mm 1 1 In the treatment of PRIVATE DISEASES OF MEN. to which my practice is limited and to which my ex clusive thought and experience have been devoted for more than 13 years, I GIVE A LEGAL WRITTEN GUARANTEE TO CURE PERFECTLY AND PER MANENTLY or refund every cent paid. If troubled with VARICOCELE. IM POTENCY. BLOOD POISON or REFLEX DISORDERS. It will pay you to consult me at office or by letter. Consultation free, and if you take treatment charges will he entirely satisfactory to you. EVERYTHING STRICTLY PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL. Call on or write; W. A. COOK, M. D., A.-.I. M--l!-l rt (110 Olive St j BROWNS AND WHITE SOX CLOSE SEASON IN UNIQUE MANNER. WHAT THE CARTPONIST SAW AT SPORTSMAN'S PARK. last Day of American League Ball in St. Louis Until 1903 Provides Entertainment and Amusement for a Large Crowd Browns Win First Game in Ninth Inning Second Contest ' Is Given Over to Burlesque and Is Finally ."Won by White Sor. W. A. COOK, M. D. Muter Specialist In Private Disease! of Men. If VOIR Ml UIGM1 bU, st. Lout., mo. v nil HI 9M CTf, 1 rouK qw ,-A . 1 it R g P 8 i a? 18? 1 5? ; -S 1 p 'i'-. I 3sr- McALEER USES SEVERAL NEW Before one of the largest crowds of tha year, the first season of the American Leagua In BL Louis ended yesterday afternoon when the Browns and Chicago White Stockings broke even' In a double-header, though the Browns earring off the honors In the diamond burlesque which constituted the second act of the farewell Sunday matinee. By win sing: the first game the Browns destroyed the last hope of the White Sox for third placs In the pennant race. Boston has but one game to play with Baltimore to-day, and the result cannot affect the standing of the Boston club, which wUl finish third. It was a good attraction that Secretary Hedges offered. The Browns clinched second place by taking Saturday's game and the strain of the light for position was relaxed. Hilarity reigned supreme In the last game and the players thoroughly en joyed themselves. The crowd -come to be amused and the gambols of the Brownies and Comlskyites kept it laughing in the last game when Jesse Burkett, Bobby Wallace, Blf ly Friel, Emmett Heldrick and Joe Sugden were introduced In their new roles as pitchers. The White Sox extracted lots of fun out of the game and altogether it was a pleasant and amusing end to a season that has not been all that was to be desired by the St. Louis team. By playing baseball good baseball the Browns overcame practically all of the early season prejudices that marred their Initial games. In the first game, when Sudhoff was given poor support,! there -were a few hisses, but these ware quickly silenced by ridi cule. The crowd was with the Browns to a man. "Wee "Willie" Sudhoff pltchedthe first game for St Louis, and though the White Sox pounded him for eight runs In a single inning, the Browns steadily overcame the Chicago lead, tied the score and won out In the ninth inning. The Browns hardly ex pected to win the second, but they extracted a lot of fun from the contest. The play ers appeared in different positions and the game was played In exactly one hour. With two men out in the ninth inning, and the score 10 to 4 in favor of Chicago, Reldy came to bat Just as the crowd swarmed on the field. The police could.not check the ad vance and Umpire Sheridan called the game. Then the enthusiastic fans made a rush for the St. Louis bench, charged the players and carried off every bat in sight as souv enirs. That was how the season ended in St. Louis. 15,678 persons paid to see the game and the attendance footed up to more than lfi.000. BROWNS LOST SECOND GAME, BUT ENJOYED THEMSELVES. For a diamond burlesque with every player a comedian and a laugh with every line, the second and concluding game of the season was a side-splitter. The final act was staged as a Chicago victory, but who cared? By the time the curtain was rung up for the farewell the living back ground behind the ropes filled nearly every available foot of space, and when Bobby Wallace took his position in the pitcher's box he was loudly cheered. A glance around the field revealed a llne Ud that Insured a mlrth-provoklrg game. Over on the left side of the Infield Jesse Burkett was discovered in the shortfleld position. Emmett Heldrick, in his official capacity as- -bunt-killer, took his stand at thlrff base. Friel was oh first, but he.dldn't stay there long. Charlie Hemphill covered second. Jack Powell resumed his place in right field. Barry McCormlck went to cen ter and "Fifteen-Inning Bill Reldy stood in the left garden. Before the game had been In progress three Innings there was such a swapping of positions that the acorers- threw up their hands In distress. WALLACE PITCHES TWO INNINGS. Manager McAleer tried out five pitching candidates and is now confident that he has the greatest bunch of utility twlrlers In the business. Wallace rellre4.-to the .seclusion of right field after two innings. He dis placed Jack Powell, who -donned a feather bed and wSSt to fir;i base. Friel going to the box. Friel pitched three shut-out In nings, but In the fourth esay he got a lar ruping, Jesse Burkett essayed, the twirl ing' for one inning and made the hit of the day. Next to his performance, the qeldlng of Powell and Heldrick and the outfield per formance of Reidy were the" brightest spots. Heldrick and Sugden each pitched a shut out inning and McAleer is seriously thinking of promoting them to box positions next season. Jack Powell was In a class by himself as a first baseman and catcher. The antics of the entire crew threw Jimmy Mc Aleer Into parcxyms of laughter and af forded "much amusement to the crowd. For Chicago, Iabell and Mertes put on the sketch, "The Reversible Battery." Mertes went to the box In the first Inning, while Isbell donned the mask and wlndpad. In the secqnd round "Izxy" tried his .hand at pitching and "Sandow" did the receiving. Thus 'they alternated throughout the game. Jimmy Callahan did stunts In the shortfleld and Eddie McFarland covered first base In a sweater of hue that would have Insured him a Job as matador at a bull fight. FRIEL COMPLETES HIS RECORD. When BlUy Friel entered the box for the Browns in the third Inning he received his title as a real utility man. Frell has cov ered every place on the team, having played every Infield and outfield position and worked at both ends of a battery. The Browns started off like winners, but the White Sox forged ahead in the fifth in ning owing to the poor support of Pitcher Jesse Burkett. Later on Friel. like every successful pitcher, got his bumps and Chicago won with six runs to spare. Wal lace bent the horsehlde Just as if he had been a pitcher all his life and fanned Strang, the first man up. In that round he retired the visitors in order, throwing out the third man himself. The Browns got busy when Mertes went to the box. .Hemp hill's double, Heldrick' s single and a wild throw by Durnham from right field gave them a lead of two runs. The White Sox began to hit Wallace-In the second and tied the score. In the third Friel began his pitching stunt, and for two innings didn't allow the Comtskeyltes a hit or a run. The Browns bagged a palrof hits foe a run off Isbell in the second inning, and in the fourth scored their fourth and last run. After that the combination battery proved too much for them. BURKETTS POOR SUPPORT. Southpaw Jesse Burkett entered the box in the fifth, after covering third base and short. Wallace" had gone to right field, Powell was guarding the Initial sack, and Heldrick was filling in at short Burkett could have secured a divorce from h'.s In field on the ground of nansupport. He be gan well, striking out McFarland and Dur ham and allowing Griffith to walk the only free pass Issued by any of the many pitch ers. Then the hits and errors began to come, and when Burkett had finished the Comtskeyltes had scored four runs. Bur kett kept the crowd in an uproar by his antics and mock motions. Friel returned to slab duty in the sixth and seventh innings, and was able to shut out the White Sox in the sixth through a double play of the spectacular variety. It was pulled off by Burkett and PowelL Burkett grabbed Griffith's grounder, smeared McFarland with the ball and shot GrlL" t0 PoweU at flr8t m tIme t0 set In ..the seventh Friel met his Waterloo, three hits and some errors" by Heldrick and PoweU counting four Chicago runs. Reldy brought the inning to a spectacular close by running back Into the crowd for lsbell'8 fly. The Browns were defeated, but not by any neons disheartened, if their antics were in dicative of their spirits. J. Emmett Held rick made his debut as a horsehlde bender B.PelgIrth, and shut out the. visitors without a hit. Hemphill making a wonderful top of a grounder by Strang. The finish was red .hot and full of fun. A BRAND-NEW BATTERY.11' In the ninth Joe Sudgen was ordered to the slab .and Jack Powell helped, himself to tho mask and wind-bib. The White , Sox came to the plate for a' crack at. Sugden' s curves. Powell's position ns a matter of comment. He stood about six feet "back of the plate and the first ball that Sugden put over caught him In the knee. While "Red John? .was dancing around in pain, Mc Aleer was rolling around on the bench In laughter. Sugden, who knows what hard knocks fall to a catcher's lot. saw some thing, very amusing In the pla7 and time had to ,be called until he recovered from the attack on his risibilities. Powell handled Sag's hot shot well and. the Whlta Box were shut out in the final round with one hit a twoibagger by Mertes.. The crowd -wouldn't let the game 'go to & finish, After Friel. tbra, playing" Bhotstop, and "Pitcher Sugden had been retired In the math, the occupants of the stands swarmed on the field "as Reldy went to the bat and Umpire Sheridan had to call the game. The enthusiasts , descent on the Si. Louts PITCHERS IN THE SECOND GAME. bench and carried off every bat In sight be fore they dispersed. The scorer Second Game. ST. LOUIS. AB. H. H. o. 1 2 4 7 3 X I 4 Hemphill. zt 4 Heldrick. 3b.. .. p. and lb. 4 Powell, rf.. lb. and c 4 Wallace, p. ana rr McCormlck. cf Friel. lb., p.. Jt. and Sugdrn. c and p Reldy. It ... 4 .. 4 .. 4 ... 4 ... J Total S 4 s n is CHICAGO. AB. R. IL O. A. B. Strane. 3b 5:1150 Callahan, a i 3 1 3 1 0 Qreen. ct 5 13 3 11 Merie, c and p S 3 S 3 3 0 Daly, ib S 1 1 3 1 1 Iibell t. and c 4 0 10 3 0 McFarland. lb 4 0 2 0 0 Griffith, ir 3 10 3 0 0 Durham, rr 4 10 10 1 Totala 41 10 S 5 1 Two out when same waa" called on account or erowd. St. Loula I 101000004 Chicago 0 I 0 0 4 0 4 0 0-10 Earned run St. Louis 1. Chicago Z. Two-basa hits HtmphlU 1. Strang 1, Mertra 3. Daly X. Mc Farland L Double play liurkett and Powell 1. Stolen baxe Callahan 1. McCormlck 1. Grttn 1. Uajtp on ball OS Burkett 1. SIxike-out Br Wallace 1. bj- BarkMt iby Iibell 1. Ift on bae St. Loula 4. Chicago S. Time of caaifr One hoar. Umplr Sheridan and Carnitbera. SUDHOFF PITCHES A WINNER. Browns Tie Score in Seventh and Win in tbe Ninth. Even though they clouted the curves of "Wee Willie Sudhoff for eight runs In one Inning, the White Sox couldn't make good in 'he first game. For a time It looked like a traveler to Salt Creek, but the Browns slowly overcame the lead, tied the score In the seventh Inning and won In the ninth be fore a man was retired. The score waa 10 to 3. The first game was a slugging affair, par ticularly from a St. Louis standpoint. The Browns gave Clark Griffith's delivery an awful writing, starting off in the first ln nlnir with four two-baetrem. VKr Jnhn An. I derson did not take a part. Friel covered iirsi. Dase ana nempmu was moved to sec ond. PoweU made a decided hit an a right fielder. That "Charley Horse" of George Davis's kept him out of the game. "San dow" Mertes played at short and Durham went to right field. The Browns straightened out a number of Griffith's curves at the start. Burkett and Hemnhlll hit Into tho rrmr tnr 1 doubles. Heldrick died on an easy tap, but Powell doubled to center, scoring Hemphill , with the second run. Wallace was retired ana .ucuormicK tore on a two-base hit. scoring Powell. The White Sox got one In the first round also. In the third hits by Hemphill and Heldrick and a wild throw by Isbell contributed another pair of runs to the Browns' cause A BUNCH OF EIGHT. ,The Comlskeyltes gave a great exhibition of leather-lacing in the fourth Inning and a Pair of errors helped them to their eight runs Ten men faced Sudhoff In that round. Isbell began with a single and McFarland walked. Griffith's sacrifice was fumbled by McCormlck. Durham hit to Sudhoff and Isbell was forced at the plate. Strang doubled to center, scoring Griffith and Mc Farland. Burkett and Wallace did an AI-" phonse-Gaston stunt on Callahan's Texas Leaguer, which allowed Durham to score. Green singled to left and 8tranr crossed ihpIat.e Wer?es doubled to right after McCormlck had muffed his foul and the hit put Green and Callahan In the clear. Daly also hit for two bases, scoring Mer tes. Isbell came up for the second tlmo and Hemphill s error gave him a life, which allowed paly to cross the plate. A fast double playjStarted by Hemphill, finally retired the White Sox. After that inning Sudhoff handed out horse collars whiie the Browns were can celing the three-run lead. Thev Rot one back In the fourth by straight hitting, and in the sixth another run was scored on a base on balls to McCormlck. an Infield out, an error by Mertes and Burkett'a second two-base hit. The score was tied In the seventh. Held rick poked a fly to Durham and Powell walked. Two-base hits by Wallace and McCormlck sent the two needed runs across the rlpte. but nelthur Friel nor Sugden could score McCormlck from third. Three pod flies retired the side In the eighth, but In the ninth "Grir' got "his." Heldrick punched out a single and advanced a base on Green's fumble. Jack Powell, strange as It may seem, beat out a bunt In front of the plate that promoted Heldrick to third Wallace cut through the short field for a single that sent Heldrick home with tho winning run. The score: First Game. ST. LOUIS. ,. .. , .. - , A?- R- H. o. A. IlUIACli, 1CI UE1U............3 1X10 xirmpmu, secona oase...... 3 z j Heldrick. center field S 2 3 Powell, right field 4 2 3 Wallace, abortitop 5 11 McCormlck. third rase 3 1 3 Friel. first base 4 11 Sugden. catcher 4 0 2 Eudhoff. pitcher 4 0 0 Totals 39 10 IS 27 23 CinCAOO. AB. R. H. O. A. E.- Strang, third bare...- 5 1 3 2 2 o uatianan, ngm nria........ a Green, center field Mertes, shortstop s Dal-, second base....: S Isbell. first base. ...... 4 McFarland. catcher. 3 Griffith, pitcher.... 3 Durham, right field 4 Totals .23 S 12 ix It X r "None out when winning; run was scored. St. Locli 3 0 2 10 110 I 10 Chicago 1 00100000 t Earned runs St. tculs . Cateara . Two4aM bits Bnrkett 2, Hemphill 1. Powell 1. Wallace L McCormlck 1. Strang 1, Mertes 1, .Daly 2. Sacri fice hits Griffith X. Double plays Hemphill, Wal lace -and Friel 1. Stolen bases Strang 1 Basea on ballsOff Sudhcf-1. 02 Griffith 2. Strike-Outs By Sudhotr S. or r uniDui j. uezi o Left on bases St. loula 1. Chicago SL Tim oe nnw-fto, hnn. an -thirty minutes. Umpires Carruthers and Sberl- trn. BROWITS PISBAItD. American Leairae Season Ends To-Day With Gsnea la tbe East. The American League season of 1SCS wilt end to-day with games in Washington and Baltimore, which will net affect the stand ing of the clubs. Baltimore played-aa antl teason same at .Beaton on Patriot's Day. Bnrkett's assist to Powell burned a hole through "Bed John's" mitt. i S- (LCAH T-- r-uf-u-ip. -y-i- "N V X or'5. Isbell and Mertes swapped battery positions every other Inning. That game has not been checked off. and. therefore, only one game postponed from last week will be played to-day. Boston will thus finish above Chicago, whether the team wins or loses to-day. The Detroit and Cleveland clubs of the American League disbanded Saturday, and the Browns and White Sox broke ranks here after yesterday's games. Several of the Browns have already departed, and within the next three days most of the players will get away. Frank Donahue went to Philadelphia Friday rasht. Mlque Kaho gained permission to quit a day ahead of time. He went to Grand Rapids. Mich.. Sat urday night, and joined tbe Ail-American team, which is playing In the Michigan city Charlie Hemphill's home. Lajolc, Bemhard. Dick Harley and others of the Detroit and Cleveland teams organized at Grand Rapids yesterday. Big John Anderson did not play yester day. He suffered an attack of "Charley Horse" in Saturday's gutne. Anoerson viewed yesterday's game from the grand stand and departed last night for his nome In Worcester. Mass. Billy Friel will get away for his home In Renova, Pa. Bobby Wallace will not lose any time. As he didn't play In Pittsburg this year he didn't have a cnance to visit his home in Mlll vale. Pa., at any time during the season. He will get away at 8 o'clock to-night. Billy Reldy will stay over for the last Cays of the Delmar race meet and expects to go to Cleveland the last of the week. He will reside there this winter. Barry McCormlck Is making arrangements to remove his fam ily back to Chicago for the winter. Charlie Hempnni will go to nts home In Grand Rapids In a day or two. Jesse Bur vtt mnv rmin in the West for two or I three weeks. He expects to Join a hunting ' trip which Doctor Starkloff Is getting up. Emmett Heldrick does not know Just when ' he will depart, but probably will get away some time this week. John Powell hasn't I far to go he lives in Chicago and he will I a . .a-. !. I.I.. O. TaiiI fH.n.1. Joe Sugden will reside In Philadelphia this winter and expects to get away either to day or to-morrow. jacK ana airs, narpw Srobably will remain In the city for a tew ays. "Willie" Eudhoff will get out his pool cue to-day and Intends to start prac ticing for these North Side pool tourna ments. Of the team that disbanded yesterday, all have been signed, except Harper. McCor mlck, Burkett, Heldrick. Sudhoff and Sug den. Dick Padden is still in tie city. He has slsned for next year. This winter he will hold down one of the counters In the corner grocery at Martin's Ferry, O.. and flash his advance money on tho natives. Harper will Join the Cincinnati Reds next spring. McCormlck is regarded as good as signed by the local club. Heldrick- has given Manager McAleer his word that he will play with the Browns If he plays at all next season. Sugden Is on tha fence, and Sudhoff Is considering a National League offer, but he probably will swing Into line with the Browns. Burkett Is still unsigned. New York. St. Louis and Detroit want him, but the chances favor the local club. Directors Bruce and McDlarmld of Cin cinnati, stockholders in the St. Louis club, were with a party in President Orthweln's box and derived much amusement from tbe game. They returned to Cincinnati last night. President Orthwein. Secretary Hedges, Manager McAleer and affxrlany of the play ers as are left, will meet this afternoon for a trip to the Anheuser-Bush Brewery. They will all sign the pledge before going. The only games In either league yester day were those In Chicago and St. Louis. Detroit and Cleveland were originally scheduled to meet at Detroit yesterday, but owing to the opposition to Sunday ball in the Michigan city, a double-header was played Saturday for the windup. The Car dinals start on an exhibition tour to-day and will play several dates throughout Illi nois and Indiana, before returning for the final series with Chicago. Norman Brashear. first baseman of the St. Joseph team of the Western League, and "W. F. Brashear. brothers of Roy Brashear- of the Cardinals, saw the wlnd upbetween the Browns and White Sox. Roy's big brother has been playing a good game for St. Joe. and It Is understood that he will be a member of the Boston National League team next season. The Brashear boys will stay for the series between tbe Cardinals and Cubs, which begins Friday. The second game at Sportsman's Park yesterday was remarkable In many re spects. The game waa played in Just one hour, for the time was carefully noted by occupants of the press box. That comes near being a record, and Is a matter or wonder, wlten It Is remembered that It waa a free-hlttlng game and a fun-maker. An other feature worthy of note was the fact that- none of the seven pitchers who parv tlclpated In the game gave a base on balls, with the exception of Burkett. No wild pitches were recorded and no passed balls were charged against the catchers. Burkett thoroughly enjoyed himself In signals and congratulated Snirden for catch ing the third strike -when McFarland and Tl.1 kan. Van..... . ,& . l . 2.um... Muum. j.ue us. uue ae put over for Durham was as pretty an !n-drop as a pitcher could desire for his repertory. While he was doing the box work. Burkett made one assist to Powell and It came to "Red John" so hard that he couldn't hold It. PoweU pranced about like a colt. He made two nice catches In right field, and behind the bat was a whole ahow to himself. When Burkett was playing third, he had a chance to field a bunt like those he has often laid down and beat out. Strang made the bunt and he beat It out. Of all the chances whined at Burkett but one got -away, and that was so hot that he did the right thing to let It go by. Anaatear Baseball Kotn. Belleville won from CFallon yesterday br the score of to 2. Cornelius and Moore sirred JffJJJ?1"1- "hi" Moore and Wallace served ror cy jrallcn. rSsenstadts defeated the Bt. Charles .Browns Tfsterrlar. "a. faaiur bln- vvn lim. .... over the fesc with three men on base. Tha score by lsalaaawas: j R. Xt. 12. 1 BtnsvtaAts i. S 1 S 4 0 0 311 11 St. Charles ......J t(00Vl 4 2 J Joe Sugden got even with Powell by Jarring his knee-cap with the first ball pitched. imp The White Sox fought amontr. themselves for the first chance at Sugden when he en- tered tbe box. CARDINALS DROP TWO GAMES TO THE CUBS Windup of National League Season in Chicago Disastrous for Donoriinites. TAYLOR 0UTPITCHED O'NEILL Holds Cardinals to Three Hits in the First Game Wicker Loses an Alibreviated Contest. ft STAXDrxo or the clcbs. National League. Club. w. L. Pet. P;tiour ...lot IS .TO Brooklyn 72 ei .Hi Norton O 1 .:T7 Cincinnati ...69 a jnt Chicago c a . St. Louis .... T .4!t PhlladelDhta..U M .Zi New York....4J U ,3I Amerlcan Leagu-. CTabs. W. L. Pet. TMl.-tnht t- K- CIO fir-ArT "-? 'lis chSJJl, -I S 'ki OeiVnJ"...".n "ill Washington .ti :t .41! Detroit t; ft .3M. Caiumore ...jo c .to TESTERDAT'S QAME3. National League. Chi. 4-4. St. Li 3-1. I American League. St. U 104. Chi. t 10. TO-DATS SCHEDULE. National League. PhlUdeL at Wash. Boston at Baltimore. American League. Boston at Philadelphia. Brooklm t New York. REPUBUC SPECIAL. Chicago. II L, Sept. . As far as Chicago Is concerned the baseball season of 1902 Is at an end. It closed to-day and the Na tional League Club won two games from the St. Louts Cardinals. The drat resulted In a score of 4 to 2. and the second, the Orphans won by a score of 4 to L Because of darkness game was called after the first half of the seventh Inning had been played. A great crowd was out to bid farewell to the Orphans, ,500 persons being In the stands. Jack Taylor was used In the first contest and he held the Mound City men to three hits. They did not score at all until the ninth Inning. Opposed to Taylor was Mike O'Neill, and. while he was not o effective as the Chlcagoan, he kept the hits scattered sufficiently until the sixth Inning to keep the score down to nothing. In this Inning Chicago made Its first run, Kllng reaching the plate after he had hit safely. In the seventh Inning the Orphans tore off three. Dobbs. Chance and Bvera getting across the plate. Evers reached first on an error by Farrell and successive doubles by Chance and Kllng did the rest. In the ninth Taylor hit Barclay, Nichols was safe oh an error by Slagle. and a hit by Kruger did the rest, Barclay and Nich ols reaching Ecoretown In safety. SECOND OAlia In the second game "Wicker was on the slab for the Cardinals. The Orphans made eleven hits off him In the six Innings that they batted. One run was scored in the second Inning' on three single, one each by Slagle, Dobbs and Evers. ,Wlth two men out, Evers began the hitting and was followed up with two more safe ones by the two fielders. These were enough to shove him around the rubber. With a timely double, Kllng scored two more runs in the fourth. With one out, Slagle and Dobbs each singled. Then Chance retired on a grounder to first and Kllng slammed the ball to the lert fleld fence for a couple of bags. Of course, this scored the two men on the circuit. In the sixth, hits by WUllams and Chance were good for a run. The Cardinals made their only run In the third, and this was the direct result of a double steal. Barclay waa on first and Smoot was on third. When Kllng attempted to nab Barclay, Smoot came home, the throw back to the plate from Evers being high enough to allow Barclay to go on to third. He was compelled to remain there, however, for Brashear fanned. Schlafly made a spectacular play In the last Inning of the second game. He slipped and fell -when he attempted to pick up a grounder, but he threw the ball from a sit ting posture and caught the runner at first. The score: First Game. CHICAGO. AB. K. H. O. A. 0 0 0 1 3 0 3 Slaait-. laft field Dobbs. center field 3 Chance, first base........... 3 Kllnr. catcher 4 Tinker, third base 3 . Fcnallflr, second base 4 Menetee. right Qeld 4 Evers. shortstop 4 Taylor, pitcher 3 .1 Z Totala ....SO LOUIS. a it ST. AB. .R. H. 4 4 1 Farrell. second base.., Smoot. center field...., Barclay, left field Brasbeer. right field... Nichols, first base..... Kruger. shortstop Rran. third base....... yearer. catcher ....... O'Neill, pitcher ..... 0 4 1 ... 4 0 ..... 0 3 0 3 Totals ......II 1. X 24 If I 3 Chicago 0 0 1 3 ..4 St. Louis ...........0 0 0' 0 0 0 0 z 3 Left on bases Chicago S. Bt- Loula 4. Twc-liass bits Dobbs 1. Kline L Sterlnce hits Dobbs 1- Ttnker 1. Tarter 1, Menefe 1. Stolen bases Kllng L Double plavs FarrtBL Kracer and Nlch- ols. Struck- out By Tayl' iMri,-.Dyvrneta z.- mart Hit with baH-Brei l. on oaus ua vawii l "1 at first The Browns refused to give Burkett good support and four runs were scored off him. Tim of game One hoar and thirty minutes. Um pire Brown. Second Game. CHICAGO. AB. R. Slagle. left field 4 1 Dobbs. center field 3 1 Chance, first base 4 0 Kilns, catcher 4 0 Tinker, third base 3 0 Fehallflr. second base 3 0 Menetee. light neld 3 0 Even, shortstop 3 1 Wllutraa. pitcher X 1 Totals it 4 11 11 13 ST. U3UIS. AH. Tt. Farrell. second base 3 o Kmoot. center field 3 1 Uarclar. left field 3. 0 lirashrar. right field 3 0 n. o 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 A. 1 0 0 0 0 4 o 1 2 Nienois. nrtt case...... i Kruger. snortston .... Kran, third base , Weaver, catcher 'Wicker, pitchtr Totals ....... .35 1 S Chicago ............. .... ........0 1 0 IS 3 0 1 ..-4 0 01 Ql. UOIUM ................ u u i u 0 Lett on bases Chicago . St. Louis 4. Two- base hits Smoot L Kline 1. Stolen bases Slmgle 1, Kilns; 1. Brers 1. Barclay 1 Double plays Wicker and Nichols. Struck out By Williams 3. by Wicker C Basea on balls Off Williams j. off Wicker 3. lilt with bill-William. Time of gamt One hour and thlrtr.frre minutes. ITmnir , lirowu. Attendance 4.S00. CIXCIXXATI 3, PITTSBURG 2. Umpire O'Day Threatened for Pnttlns; Donlln Out of the Game. Cincinnati. O.. Sept. S. The Cincinnati team aftated the Pittsburg leaders in the fareweU game of the season here to-day. O'Day gave Donlln the worst of a decision and the latter kicked and was put out if the game. On leaving the field fully 3.000 people vjeered and followed the urnplie. i wbil-i some threw seat cushions at hirr. Hahn pitcnea nne oaii. wnne pnuippl wns hit hard. Attendance. S.MM. Score: Cincinnati. Pittsburg-. AB.ILO.A.G. tvaura't. ef.4 o o o 0 Burke. 3b.. ..4 13 11 Wagner. S..4 3 I t 0 Sebrlnx. rt.,4 1110 Merritt. lf...4 0 3 0 0 Phelps. lb..4 1 10 1 1 Conror. S....4 1130 Zlmmer. C...3 0X10 Phlllcni. D...3 0 0 10 A1J.11.U.A. Donlln. it .4 Maloner. lf.O Beckley. lb..4 Crawford, rf.4 Seymour, cf.4 Corcoran. 4 Etelnfeid. 3n.4 Morr'sey. Ib.4 Peltx. c. 3 Hahn. p 3 Totals ..M 11 I 7 I Totala ....34 ( U 14 2 Cincinnati 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 ..3 Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 3 0 O 0-2 Two-base hit Seymour L Rome runs Warner 1. Stolen bases Donlln 1. Peltx 1. Base on balls Br Hahn 1. Struck out Br Hahn S. br Phtl Ippl 3. Wild Bitches Phlllopt 3. Title ef ram One. hour and thirty minutes. Cmutre CCar. Minor Games. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Sedalla. Mo.. Sept. 3. Tbe OoMbuga were given a reusing benefit to-dar. They played bail with the neserrra. to whom the Goldbuga" dummy battery waa loaned, and the professionals were defeated by a score or 13 to 11 Lawson. Allen and Vandlne were all in the box for the Goldtmrs. but Dummy Curttsa team came out one run ta the good. One of tbe largest crowds of the sea son was present, REPUBUC SPECIAL Moberly. Mo.. Sept. tt. The Moberly Signals defeated Kern's all-professional team at Ran dolph Springs In a lonaely played game to-dar br a score of I to 4. H1U and Cadlgan and Barry and Helnlger were the batteries. REPUBLIC SPECIAlZ Maaccutah. I1L, Sept. 3. Maecoutah defeated tbe Ohs here to-day by a score of 7 to 4. REPUBUC SPECIAlZ Troy. lib. Sept. 2S. Troy 'defeated Chlmos of St. Louts to-day by a score of f to 4. Batteries: Troy. Ilrss and Bain: St. Louis. Walker and Gelger. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. EMorado. Ill-, Sept. It The ball frame here to day between Eldorado and Rural Hill resulted la a Ttctory tor the heme team. Score, 2 to 1. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Lebanon. 11L. Sept. tt. Lebanon defeated Col UnsrlUe by the score of I to s to-day In the last game of the season. TheTtittorg left the field ta the ninth Innlor. Lebanon won In the ninth, making three runs. Swaers. the borne pitcher, truck out eighteen men. Batteries; Swaers and REPUBUC SPECIAlI Staunton. 111.. Sept. 3. The Dodscn-Brauns de feated tbe home team to-day, t to X. REPUBUC SPECIAL. Washington. Mo., Sept. BL The ball game at this -place' between the Washington and Sullivan texznv to decide the cbamDlcrtshlp of tbe -countr waa the most Interesting game of tbe season, and reralted In, a score of 20 to S in, favor of Wash ington. REPUBUC ISPKCIAlI Red Bed. 111.. Sept. 33. Tha Maroons were abnt out to-day by the Red Bud Ciub at Prairie da Rocher: score, t to 0. Batteries: Welsh and Rabe: Kerr and Kerr. REPUBUC SPECIAL. St, Elmo. I1L. Sept, 3S. The St. Louis Quick Meals were defeated here to-day by the St, Elmo team: score. 3 to 2. St. Elmo played an errorless came. REPUBUC SPECIAlI Effingham. HI.. Sept, St The Co3eya of St. Loula played a double-header this afternoon with Effingham, winning the first game J to 4 and losing the second after ten Innings by the score or I Id 1. Batter.es; First game Foley and O'Connor for Coffeys: MIHr and Lambert ror Ef ftngham. Second game Mertens and O'Connor for Coffey: Rlelst and Lambert for Effingham. In the second game Klelst struck out fourteen and allowed four hits. The Cardinals et tha National league play here Wedresday afternoon, stocptng orr on their way from Indianapolis to St. Louis. Effingham' a Street Fair will be la progresa and rp-cUL rates on railroads win allow thooaanda of admirers an opportunity to see them clay. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Murphyebcro, 11L Sept. S3. In a game to-day between tbe Marphyaboro Hi Kls at ctarke Parte the Vsndallm were defeated by a score or E to 2. In a close game Saturday tbe III KH won nvr the U. M. W.ot A. picked team with tbe score of S to 3. Tbe proceeds of the game will be sent to the relief of striking miners in tbe an thracite regions of Pennsylvania. AcrtelenT oa Ike Grldlroa. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Carthage. Mo.. Sept. 3. While practicing foot How Heldrick took the throws 1 " base. ball yesterday afternoon on the rollexe camps with E. M. Sperry for the construction of Sfi?LJ iIiKt0&iSiai2JMf SmSSt" board track at JacksonvIUe which It U 5?'r.b?!l J5 5 P' '5?!?-""J11!? J 5f exnected to traen about the middle of Octo- " bviv- --'iV rar OI uw lllgc School whicrt nad linear ud against the? After tb acrlmmayVTUtt was and Tsrirtr v. L chaue n. sunmoaad. Tb boy was badly tart, J DISEASES OF MEN.1! 904 St. Loula. Mo . Room 313. and Offices id floor BmlHeBldK, OliVS St Hours: 9 a. m. to T p. m.; Saturdays to 8. Sundays to 12 only. City papers will prove established practice since ISC See back numbers ct The Republic: b convinced. You are bit. WlIlTTlim la person. FOri H NEST TRbAfMENT. 1 euro atl Chronic. Nervous, Blood, Skin and Urinary Ulaeaaes t 1 both rexes. jferTona ueoiuty. ixat jinnnoou. blc produc.nc nervous ness. dpondtncy and IrTitablenrca or unfitness tor business or marriage; re sults of errors, lost manhood, milky urine, organic weakness, quickness, etc. power reuorra ana a radical cure guaranteeo. .ask ror blame n. . Blood Potsona All stages. Eczema. TJlcera. Painful. Difficult. Too Frequent or Bloody Utiatt also private diseases which obstruct urinary passage. Ask tor blank Zs. ITrinnry and madder ailments quickly cured for life by safe means. Ask for blank 22. I'llea and all Rectal diseases cured. Modern methods: no cutting. Call or write tor advlc. i icra-iml casri. whether congenital or acquired, successfully treated. nrlcoeele In days. Medical Dictionary and Adviser tree at office or sealed by mall: 30 pen pictures. ' dieuicai uiciiDiurr ana Auvaacr &m mi aiavc w m uj DR.WHITTIER. Mormon Blahona' Pills bmTsbeeala BMorer CO rears br Use leaders of tha Hi Chnirh and their followers. PosUlrslr I (Sects of Mlf-sbase, dissipation, riaipafeaey. xt rawer, "tgt Ltmtm, I Desires, feemtaal ri!MI. Iasso Lata ar Kcxra. TaHeaeala, eCudssUM, Slaaa dalekaeaa saaiJPSSI r uuefearge. Staaa Aar vaasTwitekiacarErU4e.43W are Immediate. Impart Irfil Titer and potency t CTtry function. Don't get despondent: a care is at hand. P 1.1,1 Bistorts small, nnderw oped ortaas. Btunalatea the brain sad nerte centers. 630. RTltl bo : H " ajsJJ. A written narante to car or money refunded, with stz boxes. ssaaaWal Circulars free. AMMImMMlBMOr BUSSI IV.BU mnN,iabUIUIUV m lM,nmilJH. wii.miafcwia CENTURY BOAT CLUB HOLDS ANNUAL REGATTA ON RIVER. Some Good RottIde Races. Witnessed in the Varlona Events on tbe Programme. Members of the Century Boat Club held their annual regatta on the river before their clubhouse yesterday afternoon, eight events being conducted successfully In the course of the day. One of the best con tests was afforded In the four-oared shell race at one mile and a half, the Galle brothers' crew winning the final heat hand ily from the four In which the Bide broth ers rowed. Three heats were necessary to decide tho event. four shells having been entered. In the first heat, between a crew composed of Charles Galle. Jchn H. Meyer. A. Kuel per and Henry Galle. and a four made up of G. W. Sent, O. W. Earickson. William T. Koken and Ernest J. 11ms. the first named crew won. In the second heat the crew composed of Hannibal Harrer. Wil liam H. Flsse. Bernard BlcK and William Blck won from the crew made up of Arthur Eveson. Richard Mlrtschlngs, Daniel Blck and Otto Thleme. The final heat resulted in a pretty con test. Off to a good start, the crews rowed on practically t-ven terms to the buoys, which they rounded abreast. Starting for home the Blck brothers crew bore In slightly toward the shore to take advantage of the smoother water and tied up with their opponents a furlong from home. The Galle crew shook them off, however, and won in a rather fast finish by the better part of a length. Arthur and Walter Eveson won tbe double-scull race from Richard Mlrtschlngs and William Eveson, the crews coming home close together. A short distance from home the fours were crowded slightly by a strut which rowed onto the course, but the steersmen managed to keep their shells from collision. The affair did not affect the result cf the race. The gig race was won by Richard Mlrt chlngs. with W. I.. Brlnghurst second. Walter Eveson third and William Eveson fourth, Richard Mlrtschlng proved tha winner In the slngle-scull race, beating out Ernest J. Hess In a close finish. Married men won the final beat In the barge race, rather a pretty contest, resulting In tha three heats of tbe affair. The crew composed of F. M. Lansing. John G. Brueckman. Theodore F. Wltte. W. H. FIsse. Daniel Blck. Otto Thleme and O. E. Buder won the opening heat from that made up of John H. Mever. E. H. Llppe. A. Kuelper, O. W. Earickson. G. W. Senn. William T. Koken and Harry HIrschl. Wil liam Rassleur. Fank Bauer. William Haase. Ernest J. Hess. G. A. Buder. Arthur Eve son and Frank- TCnohter mad tin the. rrew which won the second heat from that com- I Sosed of O. DeWerthen. R, F. Welnert, F. I L Abeken. O. B. Blanke. O. B. Plass, Rob ert Lk Blanke and Andrew Koehler. The first-mentioned crew won the final heat. 1 xno course was iaia out over a distance somewhat less than the mile and one-halt, carded for the various events, to buoys an chored a few hundred yards downstream. The start was made downstream. No time was taken In any of the events. Russell E. Gardner's yacht, the Annie Russell, was a feature of the event, the boat moving up and down the course be tween the clubhouse and turning point throughout tbe afternoon. Early In the afternoon, the members of the club pre sented Mr. Gardner with an ensign for the vessel in the Century colors of green. The ensign was at once hoisted on the flag staff of the boat. Louts Baltlnger, C William Koenlg and Charles w. Flach served as officials at the turn, while Albert Alple. Edward Buder and Edward A. Fanst were Judges at the fin ish. Albert Croissant and Philip F Dletz served as starters. Otto Hampe was chairman of the Reception Committee. DIELS DEFEATED TUB BLUES. St Loula 2flne Won From Alton Team by tbe Score of 1 to O. Diets defeated the Alton Blues yesterday In an exciting contest by the score of 1 to 0. the solitary score of the game being made In the fourth Inning. Herr of Alton E itched In great form and gave no bases on alls, nor did he allow two hits from the Dlels in any one Inning. He struck out seven men in the course of the game. Mlnch made the star play from a sensa tional standpoint, capturing McSweeneys foul Just as he fell over the Alton players' bench. Next Sunday Alton plays St. Charles. The score In yesterday's game was: Alton. R.H.O.A.E. Davidson. rf.O 0 10 0 M-SWney. c.0 1 S 0 0 Falrbe.cn. lb.0 011 rchlernm. 3O.0 alio Stamm. 2b..O 10 3 1 Woodlock. s,0 1 1 S 0 Hlob. U.....0 0 3 0 0 Clifford. cf..O 3 10 0 Ilerr. C......0 0 13 0 Tbtsls....T "l7 3 Dlels. R.II.O.A.E, King. 3b 0 10 3 0 KaVn'sb, lf.0 0 10 0 A. TlefTn-rf.O I 0 0 OUcks. 2b.. ..1 3 111 . itorrn.rT.0 o i o o Conery. S....0 3 3 3 0 Talbott, lb..O 100 Mlncb. C...0 0 s i a Terry, p 0 0 0 2 0 I II II I ' tloa Alton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dlels 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0-0 0-1 Twc-base hits Ricks V. Double plays Ricks. Conery and Tabot 1- Left on bases Alton . Dlels S. f truck cut Br Herr 7, by Terry X. Bases on balls-Off Herr , off Terry 0. Umpire Al War ner. Tim of game One bear and thlrty-flT min utes. In their recent twenty-mHe singled paced race at Philadelphia. Ben 'Munroe averaged L3 to the mile and scored a number of in dividual trials In 124 2-5. Followers of rac ing will be glad to learn that Munroe will recover from the deplorable accident at Bal timore when an accident to one of the pac ing machines caused Munroe to be throws against- a wooden pillar. Tbe Memphis lad svstalned a fractured skull and little hope was entertained for his recovery during the first two days be was In the hospital. Re ports from Baltimore state that be Is Im proving, but he will probably be unable to race for a year. His partner on the Cleve land team. Jimmy Hunter, will lose the. sight of one eye as a result of the accident, while Geora-e Leander. who was another contestant In the race, will be In the hos- 1 pltal for a few weeks with a broken ankle. Enmuraeeff rrtr the success of other nro- moters, business men In. various cities throughout the country are preparing to Invest In. cycle. coUseums. Particularly Is this so In the South, since "Bobble Wat- thour of Atlanta won the middle distance otiamnlmivTiln nf Amar4Mi Ttfoawrg TMMepjn J and Bell are constructing an eight-lap I ISC3 South Broadway, was arreste?yrataiv' -track at East Lake near Birmingham. Ala., day en a charge; nf stewliiwa -- and wlU open late in September. James xiuronage or jacasonviue is negotiating e of Jacksonville Is negotiating M. Sperry for the construction of k,i Q Zir j.. i.i.. . .,lt,.. "M, "" ju uju. : t...-- cycltea; towns and the, f Cur. clUea are ex- nected to famish enouaB'raeteaT daBiaar tha winter to keep tha riders! "jusy. Consultation Free at OfHce or br 3fall. Separate Walttnz-Roaaal for LnrU I'ersoa. cures tbe worst case la old sad yoasg srtstng excesses or clgaraue-amozlng. Care Last sjsersaatsirkeea. linai isrrkoca. ibI. Palaa la k.CTlt Base, nermi Dcktlltr. -.-1. raStxjess la MsnT. CURE TOURSELFt TJr Bl( ta for onnataral dUchargM.lnflararaatlona. Irritations or ulcaratlaas ttaHteMra. of saneous memDnaas, I Pwnu buiia. Painless, and not utna ImfcrmOiaBeuGj. gentorpononona. Ml ay Hi ankSJi or sent In ftalo jasaete, br axpress. prepaid, fa a SO, or .1 eottles. ttTs. realar asnt request. Dr. BOHANNAN CssTt All Oronle JHtttMe. Dr. B-t "Ttfeea&la Cteatt-ltP 7-MttWf If ran Xuto-m Ptbilltj. Org-vale WHkMM, Lm4 aWiaiiooa or ny lit i-t-aultifig from jouthfnl firr-ars ft urtMH, la trm two to ht a vttU In nuinr. mmfMfiT admtlnd la the St. laoata papers far or-rr fort Twn, ut fcai Brrcr fU-4 la miK,? t& Wont Cat. Fiiea,, Jtv lMiarw; m-u Mftin, ira uoiur, lazetrax v taawiam UaEUmed-f wt to tnr aadra uiQvsauinaiisaarfnitwa. Btniwemmjwmim ItriatliaJTfrtltkM. 04tMtiriri to any aadrctM. DK- C. A. rtoHJCXajr1K. CS Jti trMt, SCLouU. I 1 S KJ TiwTa an I'rinfa iMalaa kTTl I' Dr. Bebhart (of Hot Sprmxa. Ark.), has dlxcoT- 1 rrt a Rflnnrekesl . Antl-Toxlne that ts guaranteed to cur any j case or Qonorrnoea or uiett at nome or money refunded. All discharge and soreness rilinnnenr In 1 tn 2 davs. Cases aollrdtedi that have baffled the best medical skill. NO) I Pain. No Stain. No Stricture. Correspond- t ence confidential. DR. J. C GEBHABT CO. A 66g North Texas Bldg.. Dallas. Tax, j DR. SCHREINER,! 816 Chettnmt St, St. Louis, Jftn. The RELIABLE Specialist, Cures private and cbronlo. dis ease. Lost Manhood. Nervous De bility, Lost Vigor.. Seminal Weak ness; Night Losses. Debilitating Dreams; Early Decay. Varicocele, results of errors or excesses. Urin ary Diseases. Oleet, Stricture. Un natural Discharges and all dis eases of Kidney and Bladder, and .Blood Poison, ail atagea boaltlrely cared. Out-of-town p uva( trsmivq cry msuj. jjook ire. 91.00 PER WEEK for Treatmaal' ! you could buy no better for 32A a wi my no better ror CO a. woes. 1 i Ft. Call or writ. Boars: sv a I usstutauon rr. cau or write. B o p. m. Sundays. 10 a. m. to t tt. BIG THREE TEAM DEFEATS ST. LOUIS BOWUNG EXPERTS. Defeat Picked Team, but Jake Faa ster Wins From Harry Steer. W. V. Thompson. Fred Worden and Fr4 Strong, comprising the team known as tha rsig inree in.Dowiing circles, reached too city yesterday on their tour tnroughout the I ciuntrTa' pSyeS their flrsi Series ot ! ry n" Pjayea tneir first ,er'es OS country ana played tneir first eierlea oi games at the Grand alleys In the after-, noon. Accompanying the trio -war Harry Steers, champion light-weight bowler of Chicago, and John G. Memmer and W. 1C Young of the same city. In the ODenlne trump, slaved Yesterday afternoon. Messrs. Mueller. Asche and Graff of the Grand bowling team, were se lected as opponents lor the visiting playera. The champion trio started out in great shape by bowling rings around the local men. but the latter took a spurt tn the closing game. Although the visitors won. It was by a nose finish and a margin ot three pins, the scores standing HO to 53T.. Fred Strong, who won the championship) at Buffalo last January, was the star of tn opening game. He averaged 194 with bet one miss In the three games. Considering that he had somewhat hard luck through out the game and seven bad splits, the) performance was highly creditable. Stronc carries a special twelve-Inch ball and used tt yesterday on a pair of 7-10s, but failed to land. Mueller was high man for the local team? and averaged 1SL Harry Steers, who ts traveling with tbe Big Three, played a match with Jake Pflueger yesterday attar noon, the latter being considered one of tha. best strike and spare players In the dry. Pflueger won the odd game from the cham pion In a hard contest, defeating the cnam- plan three pins on the total. Steers has.'a.. distinctly graceful deUvery and Is onept' the flashiest, bowlers In action seen here. Scores In the three games were: l 3 3 Ttt. At. Pflueger m S 13 Bt 'JM Steers ZK IS 151 54 , Sturtz. VIohl and Bush are the Iocal-maa' who wlU oppose the champions this after noon on the Palace alleys, a set of gamea belng scheduled for 3 o'clok. Kern; P&mC and Lake will go against them 'to-nlgtK at the same alleys. Two special matclrM have been arranged for this afternoon wKkf , Horry Steers as a participant, A. T. KM son meeting him In one match: and MMs Birdie Kern In the second match Tha Bttr Three will play their final series ot game at tbe Monarch alleys to-morrow afternoon, and .evening, Aman. Keppler and Hettiactr being the local men selected to go agntrnt them. , .iv Scores In yesterday afternoon's game were: N. Kames. 13 3 TL JtT. Worden , 1(7 ITT 301 Ho Jl 3-S Thompson .n3 119 Its Set 14 3-3 - Strong Kt 110 131 HI IN " Totals .SO 5T? m imt vaTi . Nsmes. 13 3 Tt. Av. Mueller ..... IB lss HI 5S la 1-a Aecbe ia in 178 474 15 ' Oraeft an 124 163 411 111-1 Total 454 487 57 1461 let ' HASKELL INDIANS TO PUV Basketball Team Will Be Broach! to Tola City to Meet Triple A. --.' The Haskell Indians will appear not oily on the football field of this city Thanksf lv lng Day. but also on tha basket baU flaer. Secretary Harold Barker of the local basket ball association having made arrangeawsHs for a team to be brought here with te football eleven. The game will bo -played; at Louisiana Hall Thanksgiving evenlas. Triple A' had fourteen men out-for pne tlce last Sunday morning and it looka'a if a large number will appear to-day' Among the likely candldaraa-for- th TrSIai A team are Sears Lehman. Wlll CtonnE,V Bernard Graham and several other weM-r-knowti. athletes. . e r - A meeting of the league win bejhe1 Tuesdayeyenlng- at Armory HaH. wlea': officers will be elected for the yer -' ill t Ila ul cuBuaniees tor taa ; wjii oe reao. iaalU THeft of Galtar. -"-&"L z P-ft T?3artH-.PTV oiJetTlAm fUJ -. aT'-" " CTttaB .fVta!u3ir- BaVsW Gmfcrman a 17 lflAera exun, o. H kvi'.s. a. F Charles Pretschler of Jia: 9MA nXusa -' .'' street. He adsaltted bis gullCaaet up, pending the lssuanco'of a,w arreei, tie aamitted bis guUE'aaet waa'leels)1 vt fvtw,y -u s - taaassss ? w ''ImssM A ' JF t1 i J"'I- 'fcr, X-ueaiiro Brcssvo-Qaialaa" 9' a a a Al v SSI e51 .- .7 jr -- i 6-..".ir 5 &-- n A ij-,-J. K. ., SL T , syr-f3 gC?giyfeteft3 .Gi