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PTHE REPUBLIC: THUESDAY, NOVEMBEE 5, 1903. ;
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' TO PUT ILLINOIS.
Delaney's Men Tackle Jackson
ville Eleven on tliu Let
ter's Grounds.
WASHINGTON'S FAST WORK.
Coach Boynton Puts His Charges
Through Three Hours of
Hard Practice Luckey
a Star.
Coach Delanej's St. Mollis University
eleven will Journey to Jacksonville, 111.,
to-day, where they are booked to play the
Illinois College team of that city this
afternoon.
During the greater part of yesterday
afternoon Delaney had his men out and
hard at wc.rk. They look to he a splendid
ly conditioned pet of athletes.
Their game with Drury last Tuesday
has given them the proper amount of real
work, and when they line up aealn"t the
Illinois eleven to-day they will be fit to
put up a game for u championship.
In he matter of weight the St. Louli
eleven if handicapped, as the Illinois team
Is competed of strapping big fellows, w ho
will average In the neighborhood of 170
pounds.
Practically the same men Delaney has
been playing all season will be In the line
up. .Either Hobbs or Caldw-cll. the speedy
inds, will take care of left end for the
university. Either man is a star at that
Jiosltlon, and there are few better plajers
n St. Louis.
Bennett, the fast half back, who did so
well lor the eleven on their last out,
showed improved form yesterday In the
practice. He Is a lightning plajer and If
tho line in front of him can make good
I e can be relied upon to gain ground.
The St. Louis boys will probably play
on the offensive against the Jacksomllle
team, but they can also play on the de
fensive should things turn against them.
At cither style of plav they are probably
the superiors of the Illinois college team.
Doctor Billy Dillon, who is drilling the
lads on the punting end of the game, had
the boys making some very clever kicks
for goal. He has them well schooled In
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VT. U. AT PRACTICE.
Skinker, student manager of W. U., and Doctor Smith, athletic Instructor,
caught by a Republic camera gling BIschoff, the AV. IT. team's right end, Instruc
tions as to how to get through an opening In an opponent's line.
the kicking art. a point on which they
ha e been a trifle hv recently.
Following Is the line-up of the teams
tor to-uuy s game:
St. Loul Po'ltion.
Illinois..
Vraur.e
i;t!ers
Cow Jen
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Siini son
....McDonald
Hobbs er Caldwell. ..l.eft fnd
Lindsay..... Irt ta-Me....
Ilrennan Ieft Kuard.....
Ncrton.. Center
Miller HlEht guard..
Campbell HlKht tackle..
Hdnrichs ...Rtzht cl d
,V. Ilirtnon
Pecknian Quarter back llrown
s Campbell lell nair DacK...r,rochnou.e
liennett KlKht halt back 0ei
Cupples Pull bick K. llannoa
WORKING HARD FOR BIG GA5IR
Coach Boyntui and Athletic Director
Doctor Wajne Smith of the Washington
Unlerj.lty eleven are working their men
like Trojans to get them in condition for
Saturdaj's game -with the Missouri Uni
versity team. For over three hours es
terday thev sent plaera through a hard
practice drill. Tol-on Is rapidly roundins
to form. Heretofore he has shown a
slight tendency to Mowness, but he is im
proving in speed right along.
In Luckey. the giant right guard of the
W. U. eleen. both Boynton and Doctor
Smith think they hae made the And of
the season. He Is easily the most power
ful man on the team, and It Is utterly im
possible toiget through him. He weighs
within a few pounds of the 200 mark and
has none of the superfluous tissue that
Impede a man's speed.
Krause, the. mrtle and maroon's little
left tackle. Is another plajer of high
class. With him and Luckey working to
gether they are bound to bother the .Mis
souri line.
During the course of the afternoon the
'varsity eleen tackled five line-ups. In
this strenuous workout Luckey dlfplajed
some remarkable dcfensUe work. Five
times the entire line of the "scrubs" tried
to break through htm for distance, but
each time they were held for downs.
RBVEILLITS HAUVI.OX HANDICAP.
Dimple, the Only Other Starter in
Aqueduct Featnrc, tVxta 11 to 5.
New York, Nov. i. At Aqueduct to-day
the Bab Ion Handicap for 2-year-olds,
seven furlongs, went to Reveille, favorite
at 1 to 3. Dimple was the only other
starter. Summaries:
First race, six and one-half furlongs Alh
lana, HE (O'.Noll). 12 to 1. won: Illue and
Orange, HO (Hums). 13 to E. second; Counter
poise. 10o (W. Flshrr). fc to I. third. Time.
1:2 allladlloe. Princess Tulam. Blseito,
Spanto, Alpaca, Eloini Neither One. Gore.
Oeneseo, Belle of the Ring anil Goldsby also
ran.
second race, sir furloncs Grenade. 109 (Gan
non). 1 lot won: MIneola. lot tltedfern). 2
to 1, second; Agnes Ilrennan. 103 iFarlei). 40
to 1. third. Time. 1:11V High Hecs also
ran
Third race, mile and a furlong, sealing All
Gold. 10 irullir). a to 5. won. Lthlcs. 101
(Cochran), t to 1. second: Wild Pirate, 107
(KlRher). 7 to 2. third Time. 1'54 2-a iJidy
Potentate, Faranlaes and Cburnrl also ran.
Fourth race, seven furlongs. Bub Ion Handi
capReveille. 9S (Itcdfein). 1 to 3. won:
Dimple. 104 (Bums), 11 to 5. second. Time,
l:r7 t-rv. Unl two started.
Fifth race, one mile, selling Demurrer. 106
(Redfcm). 5 to 1, won: Dramatist. SJ (C
bmlth). to 1, second: Oclauaha, 103 (O'Brien),
7 to 1, third. Time. l.0 3-:. Hackensack.
Mar worth, Potente, Labor and Bob Hilllurd
also ran.
Sixth race, one mile, handicap Tribes Hill,
103 -CalIahan. 2 to 1. won: Elsie L. M (Red-
tern) S to 1. second: Mabel Richardson, 203
Lord Badge, t. Finnan and Mohican also
ran.
TO-DAY'S AQUnDb'CT ENTRICa
First race, seven furlongs:
Our Nugget S M. Barnaby 1U3
Homcatead 103 B.irly Eve 10S
Forward lift Morokanta !)
Mem Sport 101 Worr loo
The Guardsman 103 Mnespot 103
Princess H , 101 Man- fctreet..: 100
t'nmnsked 109
Second race, handicap, one mile and an eighth:
Contend loo
River late 1!5
Circus 107
habot P0
Akela 114
Brigand IS
Lord Badge 115
Third race, selling. ;- car-olds, one mile:
Yellow tlammcr..
Bob Murphy..
... "3
... 97
...wi
... 33
Gaml'h ....
Long Spur..
Reveille ....
,....110 DutltuI
....IX! Gans Evort...
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Ahumada Iu3 Florham Queen .. 13
Gravtna 104 colonyny 10)
Tutt'sPills
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Ktrencthen the digestive organs,
regulate the bowels, and arc un
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In malarial districts their virtues
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the system from that poison. Ele
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Fifth race hnndlctp, 2 3 ear-olds. lr furlongs:
Clovls ...
1Ul
IReldame ...
A '1
Palttte ....
HnraiiKue
Altorten .
, 105
, 1.2
Ikkle
Ancoster
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...107
Sixth race maiden1, one mile:
I'r Slip W Xorliurv 110
Roamer 110 Grantdile 107
Heir ADPatent P'7 Burning Glass 107
The Captain 110 Aloanv Gill 17
Amlnte 1 p-7 Effle Slieppard 107
Hxmettus 107 i:rbe ir7
iJlnna 1 orcct 107 Trepan 107
father cleir: Hack ttl.
auueduct s-i:i,ectioxp.
New York, Nov. 4 elections-
VlTft Race Homestead, liirly Eve, Ninespot.
Second Race River I'lrate, J,ord Badge,
Akea
Third Race DutltuI, Re-.ellle, Yellow Ham
wr. Fourth Race Ahumada, Colonsa, Wild
Thv me.
Urth Race Beldame, Clovls, Harangue
-ixth Race Amlnte, Heir Apparent, Burning
Class.
Turf Exchange.
Trains leave Union Station via Cads
bridge 12 50. J:2fl. 2 00. 2:ii returning 4:10,
5:lo. All trains stop at Washington ave
nue. tavo rAvonrrns wos at latoxia.
Nevcmuch, at to 10. Won the Mile
nml One-tlnnrter llace In 3Ind.
Cincinnati, O., Nov. 4 The races were
run over a sloppy track at I.atonla to-day.
Fair Lady Anna and Xeversuch were the
w Inning favorites. Summary:
First race, six furlongs Fair Lady Anna, 101
(S. Bonner), 0 to 1. won; Roosmond, 104 (J.
Hicks), 6 to 1, second; Amorous, I03 (Monroe),
8 to 1, third. Time, 1:17H. Sanctl&slma, Bar
kelmore. Hob lYanklln. Duchea Hanna, 'iribea,
LouI.e Collier, Harpltght and Rhoda Fuller
also ran
fcecond race, five, furlongs Onress 110 (Dono
van), 10 to 1, won; 1're.ikness, 10S (II. Phillip"),
7 to 5. second: Bugle Horn, ION (Crawford). 13
to 1, third. Time, l:04'i Sa Graves. Circular
Joe, Barnev Drej-fusi Rhelngold Joe Ito,
and Red, Vhlte and Blue also ran.
Third race, cne mile Antolee, 109 (Bonner).
9 to 5, won; Nearest. 104 (A. W. Booker), 6
to 1 second: Chickadee. 100 (Monroe). B to 3.
third. Time. 1:434 Hone brook, Blnehrllo,
Oconee, Professor Seville and Annu also ran
Fourth race, steeplechase, handicap, short
course Cej Ion, 130 (Peters), 13 to 5. -won, Red
Car, 140 (Ileidcr). li to 1, 3econd; Faiaday,
Jr. 133 (Monahan). 13 to 1, third. Time 3 11.
Fallela. Charawind. John 7. Owens, Crealin
and hra Pirate nlso ran.
Fifth race live and 1 half furlong" Domino
tVhlst, 100 (II. Phillips). 9) to 1, won; ll'eata.
I115 (Mountain). 9 to 2, second; Geranium 103
U. Hicks), 4 to 3, third. Tim, 1:11. Vclla,
Nettle K., Fair Allen. Rachel Ward, Belltoone,
Hermione and Hnrka also ran.
blith race, mile and a quarter Neversuch, 102
(A. IV. Bool-er). 9 to 1), won; Curate, 101 (Mon
roe), 9 to 2. second; Goo Goo, S2 (II Phillips),
3 tu 1. third. Time. 2.13. Pathos, Flora Wll
lougl by and C Rosenfeld also ran.
TO-DAVS IVTON'IA ENTRIES.
First race, selling, six furlongs:
Vanlta 1 Locust Blossom '24
Jano Oaker 109 Tvorthwlnd m
Miss Gollghtly Ill Eurlalre 1''9
Atwooi ......117 Sue Johnson 114
Prince Light 112 I'remlus I-'l
Lcaron 109 Ben Frost 114
Satchel lf9 Miss Aubrey HI
Second race, six furlongs: c
Plea 101 Ben Adklns 103
George James K3 Major Carpenter 106
Rhjl U7 1J1 Tl'rn) 113
Bunnell 103 Chief Deputv 103
Oudon 110 Goldsplnk 1M
Rilnland 101
Third race, one mile r.rd a sixteenth:
Judge Hill 117 llk Cord 112
Observation 112 AU Veneer 102
Thane 102 I
Fourth race, handicap, six furlongs:
Red Raven l'tf Harlem Lano 92
Utile Boy 97 Jack Ratlin US
Bnilar 93 orfeo 100
Ben Howard 104 J
Fifth race. Hve and n halt furlongs:
Lida Lelb Ho Ruth Parrlsh 11
Llda Vivian 101) Idle 100
Miss Mollle 103 Easter Walters 103
Miss Flclschmann...loo Bleata 10)
Loveliness 100 Edna Shannon ..lb.
Mxth race, selling, one mile:
Easy Trade
Dave Sommers....
Baffled
Mamsclle
Illuminate
Balrd ,
Arachno
Bean
...107
...107
... 94
... 90
...102
...104
Chicadee
Sailor's Dream
John Coultor
Jim Hale
Christine A...,
Melbourne Eclipse.
Raining heavllv.
LATONIA SELECTIONS.,
Cincinnati. Nov. 4 Latonla selections:
jirst Race-Miss Gollghtly, Satchel, Euclalr.
Second Race Ralnland, Rhyl, B-n Adklns.
Third Race Silk Cord. Thane, Observation.
1 ourth Race Jack RaUin, Brulare, Red
Rav en
. E'av 5ace Miss nelschmann. Miss Mollle,
Llda Bclb.
Sixth Race Dave Sommers, Arachue, Bean.
SCimEIBEH WILL RACE AT SPRIAGS
St. Lout. Owner Will Cmnnnlen
Strinjc at the Arkansas Coarse.
Barney Schreiber was at the Horse
Show last evening-. He said he would send
a division of his racing stable to Hot
Springs. Such animals as Dcutschland.,
Hetzel, Buccleuth, Amberita, Father
Wentker. as well as a number of 2-year-olds,
will be raced at the Arkansas track
this winter.
Up to last evening; over 300 entries had
already been received to the Hot Spriqgs
stakes from owners at the Fair Grounds.
Tom Kiley has made thirty entries, in
cluding Desie McCarthy. Felix Bard,
Captain Gaines, Jlaxlmus, Baronet, etc. J
C Ghlo, twenty-live, including Leech, .Don
Alvaro, Memphian.Wilhelmina and a num
ber of Jlcrry Slonarch yearlings out of
the dams of winners. T. A. Gay has en
tered llalster and other good hordes from
his Texas string. H. B, Baker has entered
fourteen horses.
Jim Glvens has made twenty-one entries.
Including his recent purchase, Ingolthrlft,
bought the evening the Fair Grounds
meeting closed. He has also entered sev
eral hlgh-brtd yearlings In the 2-year-old
stakes.
, Other nominators to stakes are Dealey
& Co , Including Five Nations, Joe Goss
and some yearlings; S. B. Burnett, with
Taby Tosa and his yearling brother, also
a grav; F. G. Altaian, including Mynheer;
Dan Honlg, Including" Avoid: N. B. Tich
enor, TV. H. Leonard & Co., H. Mack,
Cc-merford & Co., J. Kllgore, IT. Morgan,
Noal & Co . F. F. Lewis, J. K. Hardin, W.
G. Mathews, J. F. Miller. J. S. Williams,
F. M. curil. J. S. Bratton and A. F. Day
ton & Co.
STILL INACTIVE,
rublic Institution's Football
Sip
uad Suffers From iJcaiing
Given by Klees.
CHRISTIAN BROTHERS TRAIN.
Conch Todd Tuts His JSoys
Through a Smart Course of
Plays Arkansas C. U.
Game as; Good as Off.
C.
High School has not "shown up for prac
tice with C IJ. .C. since her hard game
lth Blee-, The drubbing the plucky
schoolboys received hurt them to the bone.
Captain Gray takes his beating like a
gentleman.
"We were not so very much out
weighed." he snld jesterday. "but we
were outplayed." That Is the spirit that
has alvvajs been strong at High. The
bos never make the usual football excus
es like professional pug'lllsts. They are
deadiv game, go out of their class, get
beaten and manfully admit It.
Principal Bryan, his nstants and the
schools from which the hoys come to High
are oil entitled to a moiety of credit for
inculcating this principle of manliness.
That It exists at High to a greater extent
than at any school or college the writer
knows Is tribute Indeed to the publk
school system of St. Iouls. and to the
boys, It produces. To manfully accept fair
defeat Li the highest and most noble at
tribute of the pportsman.
PRACTICE AT CHRISTIAN BROTHERS.
C. B. C. Is pegging away at the "scrub"
when High Is absent. Todd had his younar
men out yebterday and dnlled'them In a
series of plays. Big George Jordan, the
Hermann, Mo, giant. Is doing wonders In
the line. Jordan Is a man of physical
might, and Is probably the Uttest and
hardest football pkijer wearing clean. In
America to-day.
He went to the Dakota wheat fields In
July and worked steadily as a harvester.
It hurts tho ordlnarj business man to
take a good look at this young Titan,
bronzed by sun and wind, 200 pounds In
the buff, six feet tall and as strong as a
horse and active as a kitten.
They tell a terrible tale of a German
town in which there was an Instrument of
torture known as the "Iron mdloen." It
was a machine, diabolically constructed In
the Miape of a girl, with outstretcmu
arms. When an offender against the re
ligious fervor of the Sixteenth Century
was condemned to the Iron maiden he w.i-
placed within her arms and the mechan
ism set going. The arms would tlovvlj
clote on their victim and squeeze nim to
death. ,
Those who have been up against Jordan
in a football game siy that he Is a good
deal worse than the Iron Maiden In that,
while quite as capable of squeezing a man
to death, he Is much quicker. There Is
not even the proverbljl ounce of su
perflous Ilesh onjhe man.
RIORDAN'S GOAL KICKING.
Rlordan practiced kicking goal for a
long time after the C. B. C. practice yes
terday, trvlng from placement and from
drop kicks. He did not do much with
the dropa hut was successful with the
placements. He seems to take a run at
the ball, which Is scarce the best method
of kicking. It loses time and conduces to
Inaccuracy.
The best nlace kicker the writer ever
saw stood close to the ball and simply
swung hla kicking leg. That Is for the
shorter distances. To he sure. If they
want to do the O'Day and kick a goal
from the flfty-ard line they must run
to it.
Rlordan Is evidently the class of the C.
B. C. team. He Is a fine type of the Irish
athlete, probably the best Held man In
the world.
FOOTBALL FAMILIES.
There Is a young Brcckmeyer on the
scrub team, a brother of tho more fa
mous Frank and Oscar of that family of
good football plajers The joungster Is
the "dead spit" of Frank and bids fair
to be a better plaver. These steady foot
ball families are line things for a school.
The Poes of Princeton, the Blisses of
Yale, the Dillons of St. I,ouls Un. the
Weats of Smith academy and the Brock
mevers of C. D. C. have done much to
make their almac m-itri famous.
For a time It seemed that Theodore
Eland was to be the leader of line from
tho honored house of Silver that would
send great athletes to C. B. C. A young
er brother flourished In his freshman and
sophomore jears, then dec.ijed.
Sneaking of Wand brings to mind that
a lot of the old C. B. C. boys are practic
ing to pla a game with the undergradu
ates next week. Bland, a crack half back:
McGrall, who was a stanch and deadly
game eerier rush lor all his lack of
weight; Joe Nutr. who was strong and
lucks. If a bit alow: Folej, who was more
than an average plajer; Jack Patrick,
who has at last become a graduat-he
was for 15 jears an undergrud and sev
eral other graduates of C. B. C. are get
ting Into condition for the game, which
will take place Tliutslay.
The Arkansas Unlversitj -C. B. C. game
Is as good as olf. The teams were to
have met on next Saturday, but the Ar
kansans could not keep the date. Tney
mny come together later In the season,
but it Is saarce probable Just now. On
Novtmber 14. C. V. C. will go to Qulncy
to Play the Gem City A. C. of that place.
A MAN OF MIGHT MISSING.
A man who has been mighty In the foot,
ball of C B C. for vears Is missing this
season. It Is Brother Gideon, who was
for many jears prefect of athletics at the
Cote Brllllante College. It is many the
quart of blood tho good monastic per
i,i wViim n n. c. was In any danger
of losing a football game. Brother Gideon's 1
presence ana sne ibbiuwhi u mo ."
bntlve spirit, which cloistered years could
not subdue, put the famous fighting soul
of C. B. C. Into the boys. When the
sturdj- ngure Of urotrer uiuuuii, buiii hi
hand and "victory or death" In his ejes,
came on the field, C. B C. was Inspired.
Then, when Paul Dillon of St. Louis
University came on the other side of the
gridiron. It was time for soma one to cry
"Police," for every man and boy on the
ground felt like hitting his neighbor a
punch in the nose.
It was Indeed as dark a daj- for Brother
G'deon when the college Ic t as it h for
Brother John when Tammany U beaten
at an election. Brother Gideon's fighting
spirit and great nig heart and stout cud
gel are all missed by the boj-s of C. B. C.
and other colleges who may contend with
the Cote Brllllante Institution on athletic
fields.
The polished Brother EPzear and the
laughing Brother Francis do the best they
can to entertain visitors to the campus
these days of football. Without nny re
flection on the hospitable fraternity there
Is onlj" one Brother Gideon, and he Is in
Memphis, where there Is not enough for
good cudgel-fighting blood to get up a
tw osome shindy.
WRESTLING MVTCH POSTPONED.
Ilaptlnte Injured in n Street Car Acci
dentCannot Meet Adnmaon.
George Baptlste, who was to have
wrestled Ed Adamson at the West End
Club to-night, was Injured while riding
on the front platform of a street car yes
terday morning. The tongue of a wagon
broke through the gate of the platform
and hit Baptlste on the thigh. He was
thrown down, shaken up and had his leg
badlj" bruised. The men may meet at a
later date.
It Is said that a world of money wa bet
on the match. Adamson is credited with
having $1,000 to bet on himself, while Bap
tlste, as becomes a St. Louis many has
friends In this dtj- who bet on him to
win.
Experts very generally agree that Ad
tmson can throw Baptlste as fast as that
sturdy athlete can get up. They hold that
he was not In condition last time they
met. Baptlste won and point to the fact
that he accepted John C. Meyers, a life
long friend of Baptlste, as referee, as ev
idence of his lack of Interest In the affair.
Mejers Is known as a square sportsman,
but when wrestlers are In a hard match
.hej' seldom allow even square sportsmen
closely allied to their opponent, to referee.
It Is said that there is to be an attempt
to resume prizefighting, which was re
cently Interdicted by tbe police, nt the
North Side Athletic Club on Thanksgiving
night. Manager Mike Walsh has matched
Dummy Sclienk nnd Al Tofte, two 123
pounders, to peck at one another for ten
rounds. Pres'dent August Moog will be
referee.
If the police have simply Interdicted
prize fighting, there will not be any ln
Iraction of the Interdict on Thanksgiving
night at the North Side Club. It is pretty
hard to get anj thing that savora of a de
cent and Interesting light from men who
weigh under HO pounds
Lighter men cannot hit hard enough
with gloves tn nuke their sparrow petk
Ings lights or even boxing matches. A
J.ilr of in. 120 or 123-pound men can no
more make a fight Interesting than
Shetland ponies can niake an Interesting
horte race.
The writer has sren manv so-called
pr!.e llghtsi" at Mr. ILiugliton's hall.
They were invariably between 120-pound
men. Regan and-Attell fought around
that mirk. No one but a verv tender con
vent girl would call their little setlo a.
light. They did their best, but they are
too small to hurt each othei.'too fast and
too clever.
Thev- could hit rich other In nil the vul
nerable places for a week and fall to
s-core a knockout. That Is not fighting
Anj thing in which the knockout Is nut
II ible to come at any moment Is not a
light. It may be a boxing match, but it
Is more like a match between tame chick
ens with muffs on.
St. Louts stood pretty well for the
padded ruffling of the little fellows. It
Is a joke to call It fighting. If the pro
moters propose to reopen It Is to bo trust
ed that they will not do so unless they can
match men who can hand in the "auc
tioneer" when they get a chance. A tight
In which the knockout is not alwajs liable
to occur Is not worth seeing.
ST. LOUIS COCKED-HAT I,KGCE.
Hnnttavrop 2, I'onhatnnn :.
The following scores were made at the St.
Louis Honing Club's al.evs:
HNATTAH'Ol'R
r.'ame he 1 j 3 Tl
K loachlm.. 7 II ;:, (l 45 4s 117
V. Rlchardf. 9 33 33 34 BO 7 Z2 217
KURler i 41 (3 51 fj 52 &,
I ncklng 3 44 4S 34 4'l .14 18 114
Mejrr S 43 44 CS 3S 37 2S 213
Av.
47 2 0
41 2 5
49 1-0
43 :-5
42 3-5
Totals .... 2 17S 223 22S 218 221 225 1117 44 17-K
IlandlcapW. Mchards. 4: Kugler. 10; Enck
Ine. 5: Mejfr, 3 Total, 22.
POWHATAN'S
Name. C. XI. 1 2 3 4 S T'l. Av.
StI'btT 3 IS 43 41 67 jj 34 214 48 4 5
Ulltt 9 11 49 41 43 .40 31 Mi 40 4 5
Haltlner 1 J5 37,47 43 33 41) 200 40
clannon S SO 42'C4 51 46 39 232 46 2-5
N'olte 7 39 48 41 C4 33 28 217 43 2-5
Totals .... 22 213 217 225 25 215 172 1097 41 22-25
Handicap ulltt, 6; Haltlner, 5; Gannon, 10;
Nolte. 2 Total, 23
JUNIOR I.KAGUE.
Rlnltos 4, IIIOTrathnN 1.
The following hearts were made at the Royal
allejs;
RI ALTOS
Namep C. M. 1 2
II. S Heln .10 12 43 37
5 T'l
52 249
41 221
43 231
t4 234
54 255
Av.
49 4 5
44 1-5
45 1-5
45 4-5
51
Klelnsch't
IlrlEht ....
I.fpuclman
Hecker ....
Totals ...
9 102 230 23S 234 239 259 1190
47 15 25
HIAWATIIA.S
Names
W ooow ard
MeCall ....
Uvatt
Ctijpman .
Schneider .
C. M
3 4
43 49
40 45
47 55
37 4S
62 41
5 T'l
51 250
41 225
55 270
20 224
47 243
Av.
46
..9 22
.. 8 a
.. 7 14
.. 6 23
,vI0 9
Totals 40 93 234 233 229 23S 243 11S7 47 22-25
Mi:itCIIAT.S' C'OCKEIl HAT LE(;bU.
Mcndrllles II, Coras 2.
The following scores were made at the Fisher
allejH:
CU11AH.
Kline. C. M
Hudson 12 13
Wasem 8 S4
Mlklna 5 33
Haver 6 19
Glllenwater.. 3 19
12 3 4
43 45 39
50 44 35 49
44 33 31 30
43 51 50 45
51 43 67 53
5 Tl. Av.
49 244 48 4-5
35 204 40 4-5
34 172 31 2-5
45 234 46 4-5
41 255 31
Totals 34 123 251 216 231 277 204 1109 41 3-25
31 ua u v euuca
Tvamo. (7. M 1
2 3
6 Tl.
40 1S7
53 258
34 227
43 219
33 2211
Av.
37 3-5
513-5
45 2-5
41 4-6
44 2-5
Johnson 6 26 33
Llnde 9 14 CO
Pl.esfier 6 25 65
Rohr 10 19 47
Gelselman ...13 15 51
34 25
41 56
51 38
4! 49
37 56
Totals 44 9) 256 2)7 221 2a 203 1117
C4.TIIOMC league:.
44 17-25
I
Function 4, ningrra 1.
The following scores were, made at the Rojal
nllejs:
FANCHONS.
Name C. M. I 2 3 4 5 T'l. Av.
Woods 9 17 3S 46 49 37 67 227 45 2-5
J. Bbenreck. 1 48 31 53 40 38 32 ls6 39 1-5
C jtuuck... a 41 43 32 215 43
J. Broms'g . 2 25 42 52 49 35 53 236 47 1-5
P. Franck .. S IS 65 33 54 53 62 262 52 2-3
Totals 21 131 217 232 240 206 241 lii 45 11-23
IUNOCRS
Names c. M. l 2 3 4 5 T'l. Av.
Barnhrrst ... 1 25 50 50 53 50 66 2M 52 1-5
Nlederhoff .. 6 40 35 31 30 44 45 183 37 3-5
"amis 5 22 43 54 44 40 40 216 43 1-5
Al .Nolte ... 8 37 31 35 37 43 23 174 34 4-5
1. Nolte ....10 .10 4f 2S 53 'I 44 215 43
Totals 32 154 204 201 213 231 105 1C54 42 4-23
KIADDIMSARTUV LEAGUE.
Ends R, Ilnnners O.
Tho following scores were made at the Royal
allejs:
HANXEIIS ,
Name.
Heper ...
Nangle ..
nrovrn ..
Htcker ..
iAanlj- ..
Totals
C M 1 2 3 4 5
...10 2i 59 37 27 59 33
... 6 41 42 43 37 40 41
... 5 41 SO 32 41 28 43
...4 27 44 53 39 36 45
...11 li 50 29 38 37 37
Tl Ar.
206 41 1-5
202 40 5-5
178 35 3-5
2IS
191
41 3 5
38 1-5
..36 173 223 291 181 131 201 993 39 20-25
EADS
Name.
Krug
Kelt .. ..
Klrchoff .
Hnvenan
Durion ...
C. M. I 2 3
.. 4 24 55 38 33
,.. 4 2r. 50 38 59
.. 3 30 36 44 47
.. 1 32 43 47 61
.. 3 2.1 4 47 36
Av.
46
46 3-5
49 4-5
47
46 1-5
32 S3
52 231
Totals 13 134 233 214 232 213 241 1133 45 8 23
ST. LOUIS TEAPIN LE4.GUE.
Cardinal 2, S.
A. T.'
1.
The following scores were made at the Granl
alicjs:
s & TVS
.nme.
Hughes
WlnR ...
Mickey .
Whitney
Roth ...
Farfer ..,
Totals ,
HE 1 2 3 T'l Av
..3 4 162 201 190 53.1 184 1-3
..3 1 140 13 ... us 134
..5 6 176 170 123 471 157
.. u 6 134 Its 157 439 133
.. 1 3 214 1S1 187 682 194
! 1 191 191 191
..13 27 826 S4S 330 2324 163 4-15
CARDINALS.
Name.
Staples ..
Hoi brook
Thlery ...
Clemens .
Cabannc
Mcely ...
Totals .
B. E 1
.. 1 6 223
2 3 T'l.
169 13S 532
19J 204 55J
Ill
175 121 431
183 171 542
133 166 321
Av.
184
184 1-3
111
161 1-3
180 2-3
160H
..13 29 S35 SSI 33 2360 170 10-15
CATHOLIC LEAGUE.
Oxford ft-, Casino O.
The following scores were made at the Acme
alleys:
OXFORDS.
Name- C M 1 2 3 4 5 Tl. "Av
Kunrr ,2 30 36 41 72 42 47 23S 47 3-5
12. Farrenb'h 2 40 42 46 54 38 44 221 44 4 5
Wendlen 2 38 37 49 40 57 ji -1. n.c
T. rarrenb'b. 3 20 58 40 63 SJ 37 272 54 2-5
Ilunder 4 29 13 39 32 55 50 229 43 4-3
Totals 13 137 226 213 263 224 247 1173
CASINOS.
47
Name. f? M. 1
Av.
33
.19 3 3
43 1-5
31 4-5
52 1-5
Walter 8 42 42
Horaslc 2 51 41
Rosenthal ... 8 21 35
Mohrous .... 3 53 33
Lanman ..... 6 23 (9
Totals .... 27 212 222 206 226 185 230 1064 4214-23
OFFICE 3IEVS CLUB LEAGUE.
Cycler 4, Beaumont 1.
The following scores were made at the Office
Men's Club allejs:
CTCLERS.
C. M. 1 2 3
47 43 53
47 62 55
46 43 47
51 43 57
59 65 47
Names.
Mairnus .
Rotty ....
AFhlock .
Harris ..
Lalng ....
5 T'L
49 266
54 239
40 208
64 283
44 273
Av.
53 1-5
51 4 5
41 3-5
57
57
Totals
. 230 230 239 273 S3! 159J 31 1S."3
Handicaps Magnus 5. Rotty 8. Ashlock 3,
Harris 7. Lalng 4 Total. 27.
BEAUMONTS.
Names.
Orlesbach
Hotden ..
Hanson ..
Paine
Fischer ..
CM. 1 2 3 4 6 TL Av.
4 29 60 64 47 44 53 276 54
.1 27-48 40 46 49 67 234 46 4-5
. I 38 61 63 f5 42 33 249 49 4-5
. 7 31 4S 49 33 39 31 191 39 4-5
.6J55S41 48 53 49 217 2-i
.23 ISO 270 517 sst w i iws i7"ll?r
Totals ...
iianoicape uriewjacn &. .Hoiaen 4, Hanson 7,
Paine 7. Fischer 2. Total. 1S
fndoor Baseball at Louisiana Hall.
Clubs representing the C B. C. and Rock
cnurcn commercial institute will play a rams J
oi inuovi uaseuau til ine AXTUlelsna nan to
morrow night. These teams have iret .twice be
fore and each has s victory to Us' credit. The
batteries will be Sbeehan and McKenna Xor the
2 2 4 5 T'l.
1) 33 33 30 IT)
21 37 43 41 198
47 60 41 44 226
40 41 21 n 174
46 51 39 56 261
Commercial Institute and Fracr and Ratlcan
for C. 11. C.
MIUCMV LIL.CUE.
PlioenlT 4, Abeln Bros. 1.
The following scores were made at the Phc-
ntI a,"39: phodnix.
Name. C.
Tetzer 3
behulz 5
Heltmever ... 4
Meurer 4
Ukee 9
11. 1 2 3 4 5 Tl. Av.
31 41 40 34 61 41 211 42 3-5
4i 1 11 41 43 3J 190 38
44 34 35 31 54 29 131 36 3-5
38 20 57 .15 5.1 43 216 43 1-3
29 2S 44 38 46 36 302 40 2-5
Totals 25 131 173 210 179 29 193 1001 40 4-23
AIini.N HHOrf.
Name CM 1 2 2 4 3 T 1. Av.
F. Ab-ln ...,12 27 40 31 27 58 43 201 40 1-5
Haumunx ... J 2 42 37 39 U 2.1 1"3 37
Girth 8 43 22 46 32 33 33 1C6 33 1-5
A Harder.... b SS 43 31 -6 41 40 14 JK 4-3
Jl Klein 7 LI 5) u4 43 33 3b 233 44 3-5
Totals .... 30 l7?2j2 199 167 2)9"1S2 939 38 8-23
PAL4.CE TKMMA I.EGUE.
Sclinclilts .'!, IIctillirlnL. O.
The following scores were made at the Pal
ace allejs:
bCIIXEIBTb.
Name. DEI 2 3 T'l. Av.
Biuh 3 2 174 11 H5 5J2 177 1-2
CleKg 4 5 131 1 S 121 4 144 2-3
Zahn 3 10 124 151 121 402 114
Graft 2 4 163 1SS 224 3S3 193
Jelllson 2. 2 190 174 207 371 I'D 2-3
Totals 16 23 SO". 873 644 2.324 163 4 13
HI.iniJHIXKS.
Name. U 12 1 2 3 T'l. Av.
Helbert 3 8 170 134 T.3 437 132 1-3
Hefsrleder .... 2 8 1C 183 111 4S0 lfO
Hfldbrlnk .... 7 6 JC2 1 113 4, 163 1-1
D Nash 0 13 131 120 153 421 142 1-3
Marks 4 11 133 133 136 4 133 1-3
Totals lb 46 771 773 723 2.267 131 12-13
BILLIARDS.
ItnliiM, SO; Stalej, Xt.
Ilalns had comparatively little trouble
winning last night's three-cushion game
from Staloy at the Grand Billiard Hall.
ICarlj' In the game Rains played careful
hllliirils and sceured a lead, which Staley
could not overcome. The score:
Rains (1012 0000000000000001000
14010000001010100000 0 0121002
000000201002 'l 121000 0 102100 0
01300000000010011. Total. 50
maie) ibj i uuuuuuvvu i o
300 i 000000000001
lOOOOlOOOlOdlOOU
0110000011000010
1 0
0 2
0 0
0 1
01100O001 0 1 0 0 1 0 Total,
. 33
THE WEATHER.
Official Foriiiast Aniiouuceil for
To-Day and To-Morrow.
Washington. Nov. 4 Forecast:
Illinois ralr and cooler Thur-da. Frldav.
rain and warmer.
Missouri Fair and cooler Thursdaj. Frldaj.
lrcreaslnir cloudiness and warmer.
Kastern Texas Fair Thursday and Fridaj.
V. litem Texas Fair Thursdaj and rriday.
Arkansas, Oklahoma and Indian IVrrttorv
bhoners, followed bj fair, Tnursdaj. Fridaj,
fair.
Nebraska Fair Thursdaj. with warmer in
central and west portion. Frldaj. increasing
c!oudtne& and cooler.
Iowa Fair and cooler Thursdaj. Frldaj-, in
creasing cloudiness and warmer.
Kuns.-b ra'r 'Ihuisdaj- and Friday.
Lucnl lieriort.
fat. Louis. Ifo , Nov. 4. 1303.
i a. lie i li. .
uarumeier, inciles .u
Temperature, uegrf-s ..5; b
Humldltj'. rer -eat , 91
Direction of wind 13
Velocltv of wind 1
Precipitation, lnchs
Weather at 7 a ni- clear; at 7 p m ,
Mt-fmum teniperatlue, 32 6: minimum
Peruture. C6 b. Matte of river at 7 a. m .
29.9!
17
W
b
.02
rain
s.
L.UVVAU1' ii. hovvil;.
Local Forecaster.
Government Hepurt.
Departn.ert of Agriculture, Wtather Bureau
Meteorological observations received at St
Louis November 4, 1902, at 6 59 p. m. local time
and 3 p. m. set ehty-nith meridian tUno. Ob
servations made ut the same moment of tin--
at all stations.
Stations. Dlr.Tp Mi RalnAVeatner
Abilene NV CI IS .... Clear
Amarllto Nw" 56 CO Clear
Atlanta NV 62 M Clar
Bismarck 2.....NB 34 44 clear
Buffalo Sv 6D CO .... Cloudy
Charlotte .
SW 60 70 .94 Rain
Chattanooga
Cincinnati .
Cleveland ..
Chicago .....
Columbus ..
Cairo
Calgarj ....
Chejenne ..
Concordia .
Duluth
Dubuque ....
Dav enport .
Dcs Aloln3s
Denver
Dod-te City
El I'aso ....
Fort Smith
(-alv pfttnn ..
N 62 72
15 Cear
SW W CO
S CO a
SW 3-1 M
SW 16 64
SW 64 73
....:. ..SE 32 32
E 42 54
. Cloudj
.01 Rain
... Cloudy
.01 Rain
... Pt cloudi
... Pt-c'oudj
.... Cloudi
... Pt cloudj
... Clear
.... Cloudy
Clear
cloudy
.... Clear
.... Clear
.... Clear
.14 Clear
... Clear
... Pt cloud)
... Clown
Calm 52 58
N
SW
NW
bW
W
N
42 38
56 53
56 KS
56 C8
48 58
50 CO
62 54
SW
.S 52 62
S 70 74
Grand Haven ...AV
Grand Junction E
34 t
51 CS
Hnvre .....NK
Helena SW
42 43
41 40
58 60
Cloudv
i-'oudv-
Indiana-Mils
..TV
!6 Cloudy
Jacksonville ..
tK&nsas city.
Little ItorK ..
Louisville
.uUut-r .......
Montgomery ..
Memphis
Modena
Tvew York ....
Norfolk
New Orleans..
Nashville
.North Platte
Omaha
Oklahnmn ....
Philadelphia-'.
Palestine
Pittsburg
Parkersburg ..
Pueblo
O'Appelle ....
Raptd City ..
St. Paul
fahreveport ...
... SE
...NW
70 78 1 o:
54 58
'tain
Rain
N Ml
...aw b-
........ .
...NK bS
...NW 61
...SW 52
...SW 62
S 66
N 72
bi
. Pt iiouj
. Cear
. Cloudy
. Clear
, Pt-cloudy
. pt cloud .
W 66
Clear
NW 40 56 .... Pt-cloud
.. &5 60 .... cioutiy
..N 52 64
02 Rain
SW ! 72
SW 68 70
N 60 64
W 38 62
BE 50 62
SL7 30 40
, W 34 41
NW 4S 54
SW 66 76
NW 53 64
W 62 6
NW 51 60
NW 46 60
SE 42 58
SW 72 60
N 70 78
NW 36 44
SE 62 72
.... Cloudy
Clear
Rain
.04 Rain
.... Clear
,,,. Pt-cloudv
... Clear
.... Clear
Cear
.03 Cloudy
.02 Rain
... Clear
... Cloudy
... Clear
.... Clear
... Cloudy
... Clear
.... Clear
.OS Cloudy
tbprlnBfleld,
III.
7t Luis
Springfield. Mo.
Salt Lake ,.
banta Fe
San Antonio ...
Mcksburg
Valentine
Washington ....
Wichita
...N 32 50
Precipitation Inappreciable.
(Thunderstorms.
EDWARD H. BOWia
Local Forecaster
SCOTTISH RITE CONVOCATION.
Forty Candidates Will Receivt
Degrees in Masonry.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL
St. Joseph, Mo , Nov. 4 The convoca
tion of Scottish Rite Masonry to-daj
brought to thla city Masons from, ail over
the State.
Forty candidate-) will receive degrees to
night ard to-morrow. Among those high
In Masonic circles In attendance on the
convocation are: Martin Collins, thirty
third degree, of St. Louis, sovereign -rranr1
Inspector general; Doctor R. M. Punk
hauser. thirty-third degree, of St. Louis
and James W. Alloway of St. Loul--knlght
commander of the Court of Honor
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LEAVES HOME TO CALL
ON FRIEND AND DISAPPEARS
Family oi MI"i CInrn Coffin ncllevr
She I Jiafferln-r From Men
tal Aberration.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
New York. Nov. 4. MIsa Clara Josephine
Comn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwarf
J. Coflln of No. 3S Burnett street, Eas',
Orange. N. J.. I'ft her home early Tucs-ff';
day evening-, presumably to go to thl
Immn nr n f.t.n.l feW atone rllst-Ult.'
She never reached that place, and notrac
has b--en found of her since.
It is: believed that Miss Coffin is suffer
ing from temporary mental aberration, ;
caused by overstudy.
Mr. Coffin Is a dealer In investments and
securities, with an office at No. 26 Broad
way, New- York. He has brought hla
daughter up in luxury. She was not of -mantle
disposition and her parents re
positive that there Is no man connected
wlthjier disappearance.
The girl took no extra clothing with her.
Ehe had taken a large red leather satchel.
belonging to ner iatner; an diii-raiur itaui
cr Boston bag. belonging to her mother:
her mother's wrist bag and purse, con
taining about $10. So far as Is known,
this is the only money she had with her.
There are no relatives of the family near
er than Boston, Mass , or Newcastle, Jnd
but It Is not thought Mii Coffin had
money enough to reach either place. k-
GIVES PROPERTY TO NURSET5
On Deathbed J. II. E. Haas Re
members Her Kindness.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL
Milwaukee. Wis., Nov. 4. Deserted by
his wife, to whom he had given title to
$3,000 worth of property in VIneland, N.
J., and unattended by friends or relatives,
Johann II. n. Haas, djlng slowly from
Injuries received In a railroad wreck, en
the dav of his death gae his estate of
J2.UC0 to Marj Klaes, president of a sani
tarium here.
On the day of his death he made hl9
will, gi-.lng to the woman who comforted,
him in his lant hours all the property re
maining to him after a life of 62 years.
With seven children living in St. Louis,
Mo., the old man, enfeebled by his sick
ness and trouble, chose Attorney John C.
K!eis.t as the executor of his estate. Tho
will wos filed for probate to-day.
DISCUSS TOPICS OF FARM.
.Successful Session of Saline
County Fanner's Institute.
REPPBLIC i-PECIAL,
Harrlsburg. III., Nov. 4. A- two dajs"
lesion of the Saline Count Farmers' In
stitute came to a close to-day. The at
tf ndarce both days was the largest of any
prevlo .i' faceting pf farmers ever held In
rialine County, and much Interest, was
manifested.
Several hundred dollars In premiums
were awarded to contestants for best farm
products.
Among the subjects discussed at to
daj's session were: "Twenty Years' Ex
perience In Illinois Growing the Cow Pea
as a Fertilizer and Moneymaker," by R.
Bjrd Leeper of Unionvllle, 111.: "Poultry
for Pleasure- and Profit," bv Mrs. W. 8.
Napes of Eldorado. III.; "Agricultural Ed
ucation." by Oliver Wilson of Magnolia,
111.; "Farm Economy," by Harry Taylor
of this city.
Officers were elected for the ensuing
year as follows: President, Z. v. Young;
vie- president, T. H. Neptune: treasurer.
L. II. Burnett; secretary, u. ju. Butler.
CHARGED WITH FRATRICIDE.
"Bier"' Green Said to Have
Killed His Brother in, a Quarrel.
rirPUBLIC SPECIAL
Oklahoma City, Ok., Nov. 4. When tha
dead body of James Green was found en
(he main street of Barton, Ok., lying in a '
pool of blood, with the throat cut from
ear to ear, "Blev" Green, a brother of tha
surdered man. was arrested and taken" to
ihe county Jail at Cordell jesterday,
charged with committing the crime. -
The brothers had a bitter quarrel last
alght and were parted by friends to avoid
i tragedy. After the brothers had left
.'or their homes. "BIcv" Green, ran back to
his friends, exclaiming that his brother
lad been murdered. He was Immediately
placed under arrest.
TRAIN KILLS AGED FARMER.
Had ?2,400 in Dank Notes, Silver,
and Gold in His Pockets.
TEPUBLIC SPECIAL
Vlncennes, Ind., Nov. 4. Free! Wlnt
nann, a German farmer, 74 jears old, was
tilled to-day by an Evansvllle and Terro
Haute train In this city. He was return
ng from the bank, and was passing over
t dangerous crossing; when the engine
truck him.
A wife and two children survive him.
U'lntmann was considered a miser, and
eaves a fortune estlmat at $20,000. Ho
had $2,400 In bank notes, silver and gold la
his pockets when killed.
N. K. HOME UNDER ARREST.
Trial on. Charge of Killing Wifa
Set for Next Week.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL
Charleston. III., Nov. 4 Sheriff Balrd
o-day arrested W. K. Home, a wealthy
oung man of Ashmore Township, on tha
harge of killing his wife.
Home was arrested on an Indictment re-
hirnArt Y' -. l-at-t fl-.',--.-' T,,- 141. -rt"lf
,vas fixed by Judge Thompson nt $7.000. .Ja
which was furnished by his father, "W. BBii
dome, a banker, rne trial is set ior next
week.
JeMeyvllIc JTote-i.
Doctor Loren Landon has returned ta
Houston. Tex., after v lilting relatives m Jer
sejville.
Walter Darr of Jerseyvllle has irone to
Slsah. III.
The Jersey County Domestic Science Cluft
net at the Courthouse In Jerseyvllle reiter
lay. Mrs. Walter E. Carlln of Jere-nrllla
.resided at the meeting. The theme under
llscujslon was "Recelpes for Thankglvtnr.
We want to talk or write to every suffeter from VAKICOC1.HS,
STRICTURE, RUPTURE. BI.OOU POISOX. XEKVOLS DE
BILITY and allied weaknesses or diseases peculiar to men. In tb
treatment of thes maladies we acknowledge no superior: we can give
you the quickest, safest and surest cure obialnab'e. Tears of practie
In treating CHIIOMC. AKIlVOtS. IlLOOll and SPECIAL dis
eases Klves us many advantages over family physlcian-r. Wo bava
cured thousands of weak, broken-dawn, discouraged men. We can do
the same for you. Perfect confldence In our ability to cure every suf
ferer prompts us In rrwlfln-r this generous offer of pay when cured. In
vestlpate before treatlm: elsewhere. We offer you something different
and better In modern curative treatment than can be obtained else
where. Don't stand Idly by and see your health menaced and your
manhood sllppinr awav when we win guarantee vou t lasting cur
and restoration under the above f tlr terms Write to-day.
Wo also cure, to stay cured. Hydrocele. Kmney. Bladder and Pros
tatic AtTectlons. Edema. Psoriasis and all Chronic Skin Diseases.
tUDITif if unable to call, f-lvlrg a full description of your case In
TlitHC jour own words. Our Home Treatment is th n-ot suc
cessful known to medical science. AH correspondence it confidential.
p. m. Consultation and examination free.
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