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St. Louis Wins Easily, but Tallies Another One in the Eighth Just to Make the Score Good and Safe. STAM1IXG OF TUB CLTJBS. Xutlonal Ltacnb Club r. W. U Pet, I Club. P. W. L Pet. JCiw Y...44 S3 14 ."04 Card ,....62 26 2 .50 Chicago .S3 33 .435 ! Brooklyn J7 1 35 .14 Clncln ...53 34 21 .1181 Boston ..63 21 2 .Hi Plus ....34 2S 16 .SIS I Phil SI 13 U Jii Where Tliey Play To-Day. Cardinal, at Pltuburg. I Philadelphia at Uroot Nen York at Bolton. I Ivn. Cardinals 3. Pitts. 1. N. Y. . Boeton 2. Brooklyn 5. Phil. 4. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Pittsburg. Pa., Juno 23. Jack Taylor had a little fun this afternoon with the thrice champions, beating them out 3 to 1. Had it not been for Farrcll's error in the first Inning it is likely that) Pittsburg would not hme scored at all. Nothing do ing for Pittsburg when hits meant runs, for Taylor was fine. Leever retired after the second Inning, with tho score 2 to 1 against him. and Miller, mho succeeded him. pitched nice ball, but Pittsburg could not hit Taylor. The play of Beckley at first base was about as fine as has been seen here. Three times he went into the air, getting Brain's bad throws with one hand. Bransfleld was removed from the game by Clarke in the fourth, Carlsch taking his place. The work of McLean, the St. Louis catcher, pleased Pittsburg ball fans. He not only, caught Taylor well, but hit tho ball hard every time he was given a chance. O'Neil and Moran had n run-in during tho game, and the Irish lad was sent from the coaching lines. Leach started the scoring for Pittsburg In the first, when he hit the first ball pitched for three bases and kept on run ning when Farrell made a bad throw to Burke at third. St. Louis, however, did no loafing, but tore off a pair in the sec ond. Wagner fumbled Brain's easy one. Barclay doubled and McLean, the atten uated catcher, walloped It on the nose for a corner. Brain and Barclay scoring. Miller relieved Leever In the third. Taylor pitched himself out of a nice hole In the sixth. Clarke, flrst up, hit for two bases. Wagner walked down. Carlsch hit to Taylor, who forced Clarke at third. Taylor also threw Sebrlng out at first, but third and second were occupied. Taylor now refused to take a chance with Rltchey. but passed him, filling the bases. He easily struck Smith out and Pitts burg's chance to win was lost. In the eighth, St, Louts made another tally Just to make things look good and safe. Harry Smith, assisted them to the run. however, by a bit of very amateur ish backstop work. One man was out when Farrell soaked the ball for a pair of bases and took third on a wild pitch. Shannon now hit sharp to Leach and Far rell dashed for the Plate. Leach had Far rell by 10 feet, but Smith dropped the ball, Farrell sliding over safe. That ended the run getting. Score: PITTSBURO. AB. R. K. O. A. C. Leach, third bare J 1 1 1 2 0 Beaumont, center field... 4 0 2 2 0 0 Clarke, ietVfteld 2 0 2 10 0 Wagner, ehortnop 3 0 0 14 2 Bransftsld. first base 2 0 0 4 0 0 Cariscbe, first base 2 0 0 10 0 Sebrlng. right field 4 0 0 10 0 Rltchey, second base.... 2 0 0 S 2 0 Smith, catcher 2 0 0 3 2 1 Leever, pitcher 10 0 0 0 0 Miller, pitcher 2 0 0 14 0 Phelps 10 0 0 0 0 Totals II 1 4 11 j st. Loina AB. R. H. O. A. E. Farrell, second base 4 1 1 S 3 1 Shannon, right field 4 0 12 0 0 Beckley, first baee 4 0 1 1 0 0 Stnoot. center flald 4 0 10 0 0 Brain, shortstop 4 1 0 2 4 0 Barclay, left field 3 1 1 J 0 0 Burke, third base 4 0 0 1 1 0 McLean, catcher 3 0 1 c 0 1 Taylor, pitcher 3 0 0 0 2 0 Totala SJ t t 27 10 2 Batted fcr MUler In ninth. Pittsburg 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 St. Louis 0 2 000001 0-2 Two-base hits-Clarke J, Farrell i. Beckley 1. Barclay 1- Three-base hits Leach I. Sarrfflc. hits Barclay i. First bate on balfc-Off Tay lor C Struck out By Miller 8, by Taylor t Wild pltcbee-Mlller t TlmeAjae houTand forty miaues. Umpire Moran. Chtcngo C, Clnolnnntl 4. Cincinnati, a, June 23. Cincinnati played a poor game on the field. Corrldon wa succeeded by Brigga In the seventh, after three hlta had been made off him. Attendance 3,063. Score: ClsclnnatL AB.H.O.A.E. Hturrlns.?b 4 3 1 S 0 Donlln, lb.. S 4 13 0 3 Odwell, If.. 4 0 2 0 0 Seymour.ct 9 2 7 0 1 Dolan. if--. 3 0 1 0 0 Stelnrdt,2b 5 0 12 2 Corcoran, a 4 1 0 2 1 Peltz. c... 4 0 2 0 0 llahn, p.... 2 0 0 11 Totals ...J 1927 11 i Chicago. AU.H.O.A.E. Slagle, If... 4 Cater. Jb... 5 Wlll'ms. lb 4 McCthy. ef 4 Jones, rf... 4 Ever.. 2b.4 KUnr. c... 4 Tinker, s.. 4 0 Corrldon. p 3 2 Brlggs, p.. O00 Totals ...37 8 BiS. .Cincinnati 1 0 0 0 0 12 0 wmcago ..,......,........u v a 1 v 2 v o 1 Three-base hits E era 1. Stolen bases Don lln 1. Slagle 1. Williams 1. Casey 1. First on cured In i to W days, without the use of poi sonous drugs. 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Thomas was struck In the face by a thrown ball In the third inning and wss forced to give way to Barry. .Attendance, 3,8)0. Score: Philadelphia. Brooklyn. AB.H.O.A.E. Dobbs. cf.. 3 12 0 0 Barry, cf... X o AU.J1.U.A.L. Thomas, cro p Gleason. zt i 0 Lush, rf.... 1 0 Doyle, lb.. 4 1 Tltui, If... 4 I Doota, c... 4 1 Dillon, lb.. 3 Herein, lb. 0 Lumlcr. rf. 4 Ue.sler, If. 3 Uabb. s 2 lteldy. lb.. 3 McCk-. 3b.. 3 Hitter, c... 4 Poole, p.... 3 jiaii. id Hulswttt. .4 Dunleby.p 4 0 3 2 Total! ...'53 fait 1 Totals ...M 3 1715 S One out when winning run waa scored. Philadelphia .... 0 000021104 Brooklyn ,rs 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 3-s Two-base hits Lumley 1. Babb 3, Doyle 1. Dobba 1. Dillon L Home runs Dojrxleby 1. Stolen banes Barry 1. Dojle 1. Double play Lumley, Poole and Babb 1. Berry. Hulswitt and Hall 1. Left on bases-Philadelphia 1 Brook lyn t. Hrst base on balle-Off Poole 5, off Uuggleby 5. Flm base on errura Philadelphia 2. Hit by pitched ball Dujxleby 2. Struck out By Poole 2. by Dugcleby 3. Time-One hour and forty-three mtnutes. Umpire John stone. Xevr York C, Boston -. Boston, June 2X Mathen son pitched fine ball to-day and kept Boston's hits well scattered, while New Tork's were bunched. Running catches of fouls by Bowerman and Delehanty w.re features. Attendance. 2.5O0. Score: New Tork. AB.H.O.A E. iHWIWIh AB.H.O.A.E. n.ler cf... 6 0 0 U 0 urea nan.cr 4000 Browne rf. I 2 1 0 Devlin. Jb . 4 1 0 1 McGinn, lb 3 1 in 0 Mertes. If.. 4 10 0 Dahlen, .. I i 1 4 Gilbert. !b. 4 1 4 .1 Bow'man. c 3 0 11 1 Math'son, p 4 2 0 S Tenny. lb.. 2 P.nn.ll rt 1 10 2 2 Carney, If. t Abbat'o. s. 2 Needham. o 3 1 2 0 2 Defeh'ty.Ib 4 l'ltrger. p. 1 Totals ...3S 11 27 It 3 Totals ...34 9 27 11 New York 0 01164000- Boston 0 10 0 0 0 0 1 0-2 Two-base hits Brone 1. Delehanty L Three base hits Mertes 1 Stolen bases McOann 1. Mertes 1, Ollbert 1. Mathenson 1. Double plays Gilbert. Dahlen and McGann 1, Mathewson, Bower-nan and Ollbert 1. First base en balls Off Mathewson 4, off Pittlnger 4 btruck out By Mathewson 4, by Plttlnger 4 Time of game One hour and ilfty-ne minutes. Umpire Zlmruer. Unsebnll Notes. The Browns will hae an open date to-day. To-morrow the Cle eland Blues, with Lurry Lajole, Bradley, Hickman. Flick and the rest of the sluggers, will be along for a three days' engagement. President Hedges of the Browns announced jesterday that the contest between the Browns and Clev elands will be called at 2 o'clrtck to-morrow afternoon. In order to allow the baseball fans to ree the baseball game and the "World's Talr" Handicap Mike Kahoe stood at the plate after his ide throw to Harry Oleaeon to catch Barrett steal ing in the third Inning of jesterday s game and called Gleason after that jouth had saed him from being charged with an error. This was a bit ungenerous of Mike Wonder If he would hare called Wallace for making the same play? Barrett had two bases on balls and a single and a double out of the four times that he anA CilnAm Ktlll rtnnviws thinks Barrett does not play a styUsh game. Local fans would like to see Barrett on either of the local major league teams. Tom Jones, the Browns' first baseman, Is be ginning to show his true speed with the willow. Yesterday the Oystervllle recruit had two singles out of four times at bat. He fielded In his usual brilliant style. Danny Shay Is still very III from the effects of an attack of malaria. He Is a game little customer, and sas he will surely be back In the game when his team gets back to St, Louis. Although "Hans" Hueliman did not get a hit eaterday. he stung a couple on the nose. When the big fellow gets In the game lone enougn to iram nis eye ne buuuiu ijiu.o .no of the best batsmen In the American Aa ague. FUnXITTJRE SIES TO PLAY. Interesting Contest Expected at Glt tlns'a Park Next Sunday. Want promises to be an Interesting game of baseball will take place Sunday, be tween the clubs of Goldman Bros, and D. Sommers Co.. leading furniture and car pet houses of St. Louis. "Never." say the promoters, "even In the days of the "Mighty Casey, has there been such a ball game as this Is expected to be." It is understood that Dave Sommers and Fred Arnold will do the twirling. Sam Gold man and M. A. Brin. the "lron-rlveted" backstop, have a few things up their sleevea Surgeons might be needed before the game is over. No rain checks Issued after the ninth Inning. Game called at sao a, m.. at Gattlns's Park, Manchester road and Sulphur avenue. The following is the line up: D. Sommers &. Co.: Tom Cave, shortstop: Dave Som mers, pitcher; Ike Gradwoel. first tow; Fred Arnold, catcher: Rltter. second base: Abst, third base; John Ryan, right field; Billy Baland, center flelo: Jim Corley. left field. Goldman Bros.: Sam Goldman, pitcher; Morris Goldman, catcher: M. A. Brln, shortstop; Herman Well, first base: Sid ney Goldman, second base; Fred Scott, third base: Young Barney, left field; Joe Zimmerman, center field; Young Louie, right field. Hai-vanl Takes the FIrat From Ynle. Cambridge, Mass.. June S3. Hanard defeated Yale at baseball here this afternoon br the score of 6 to S In the first game of the serl.s between the two colleges. The runs were the result chiefly of erratic fielding on both1 aides and there waa little In, the game to arouse the enthusiasm of the 32,000 spectators. The score: Yale 1 00001100-3 Harvard. 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 ..-t Indiana -vs. Triple A. The Mohawk Indians will play the Triple A team a match game of lacrosse at the Chris tian Brotherss College Campus. Sunday after Doon at 230 o'clock. The Indians won two out cf three games from the three A's and It re mains for the locals to even up matters. TO-MORROW'S CARD AT UNION. Handicap, Steeplechase and Gentle men Riders Will Be Seen. The features of to-morrow's racing at Union Park will be a tl.KO handicap, a J1.000 steeplechase stake over the short course and a race for horses ridden by gentlemen rldirs. Imported Mint Sauce, who recently ran a mile In 129 at Buffalo; James V, who ran head and head with Reliable when that great sprinter ran a half In :45; The Messenger and Bad Penny will be starters In the handicap. Gum Honey, Conoer. Harrow. Gould. Aline. Abbott, Walter, Mr. ItoBe. Moder ator. True JJlue, Broadway and other good Jumpers will be starters In the steeple chase. The water jump In front of the stand affords a most attractive spectacle. It will &e lumped twice during the race. The gentlemen's race will have some of the best amateur riders In tho West In It, and the horses are of more than aver age merit. The race will be a handicap and tho weights have been nicely adjusted. Tho horses which have accepted so far and their riders, are: Double O (1T0). Mr. McThone of Virginia. Socopa 0. Dr. Bcharff of St. Loult Bluish (1S5). Mr. Lucaa of Chicago. Pipe. (155), Mr. Nichols. St. Louis. Learoyd (140), Mr. Ben Eyerman, St. Louis. The Irish Boy (135). Captain Collorlde, Italian Army. Urchin (133). Mr. Van Studfllford, St. Louis. Barrlca (15). Captain W. D. Turner, British Army. Every horse In the race has been a re cent winner, and most of them have won several races this season. IfARLEH CUP RACE SUNDAY. Floatlnc Start Will lie Made. Instead of the Lock. The Harlem Cup race, which was sched uled to take place last Sunday, under the direction ot the Mound City Rowing Club and was postponed on account of failure of the contestants to secure a satisfac tory start, will take place at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The contestants are requested to be at the north end of the club boathouse half an hour before the time for tho race, which will start at the foot of Angelica street, and will be aver a one and one half mile course, to the foot of Madison street. To avoid the difficulty which pre vented the race last Sunday, the start will be a floating instead of a lock start. The lock start Js rendered almost Impossible by reason of the fact that the current car ries the foremost skiff past tho starting place before the others can get In line. The boats will start from a point higher up the river, where the current is not so strong, and will float to the regular start ing point, being In line when they reach it, Wrestltnc Ilont To-NIchf. Tom Power, champion welter-weight wrest ler ot New York, will meet Billy Kramer, who claims the same title in the State ot Washing tan, m a wrestling match at the Standard Theater to-night, immediately at the clou oC the regular performance. The affair will be ratch-as-catch-can, no holds barred, best two falls out of three. riors' Bine Seree Suits. 82.05. Great values. See ad. on natre 8. Part 2. "Tho Model." Seventh and Washing- toa avenue. BROWNS SHUT OUT BY TBE "TIGERS," Detroits Administer Second Coat of Whitewash the Series. in LOCALS PLAY LISTLESS GAME Killian Pitches Good Game for Visitors, Holding Opponents Down to Seven Hits Without a Tallv. STA.-SDIG OF THE CI.L'US. American League. Club. P. W. L. Pet, , Club. P. W. L Pet. Boston ..:3 35 IS .CMMI'ldla ....62 2 24 .KJ New Y...52 31 2t MSI Browns .50 24 rt .41-0 Chicago .55 32 21 .32letrolt ..St 22 2) 431 Cleve ...M 26 2( .325 "Wash . .51 9 42 .ITS Where They 1'lny To-Dny. r-htran ut Il.lmif Boston at Philadelphia. New York at Wash. Yc-.terdaj'a Results. Detroits. Browns 0 IPhll 7. lioslon 1 Chicago 2. Cleveland 1 1. 1 sr ew York 7. Wash. 4. The Browns' supply of ginger must have been exhausted In Wednesday's game, for they displayed very little snap against Detroit at Sportsman's Park yesterday, and as a result lost the game by a score of 2 to 0. This makes the second shut-out that Detroit, the seventh team In the League, has administered to McAIeer's players In three days. That the Browns lost was no fault of Fred Glade's. The big Nebraska Whirl wind was In good form, and ullowed the "Tigers" only seven hits. But the ginger was purloined oer night, and no wonder the locals lost. No team can win without ginger. Still there is a hopo for the Browns, as McAleer has se cured Sammy Lev, the boy s'euth, to re store the purloined ginger. Sleuth Levy reported late last night that there -Here some hopes of recovering a bit of the ginger before Cleveland arrives here to-morrow for a threo days' stand. BROWNS PLAYED LISTLESSLY. Not once during the game did the locals show signs of activity. They trotted about the field liko a band of marionettes being moved on the wire. They showed more ac tivity In their dash for the clubhouse aft er the game than they did during the en tire nhie innings of the fray. This Indifference on the part of Mc AIeer's team seems to explain why they aro knocking at the door for seventh place. At only one stage yeaterday, barring their ua.sn ior me ciuonouse, am mey snow any signs of life. This was In ihe ninth In ning, but it was too late to be of much service. It strikes the ordinary fan that some of the fancy feathers, who are supposed to be expert in the art of rattling pitchers, should be put on the lino when inexperi enced men like Killian pitch. But no, "Silent Joe" Sugden and the peaceful Harry Howell were sent out to frighten Killian. There was very little to the came. The Browns played much after the fashion that Joe Grim fights. They assimilated all the punishment without striking back. As usual, the Browns were' on their feet at the end of the stipulated time, but many of the spectators were down and out. BURKHTT STOLE. SECOND. Burkett got as far at .second In the opening Inning on his single and steal of second This Is the third base Jesse has Jurlolncd In two days, but Hemphill, ones and Huelsman failed to materialize with a hit, and J. Burkett's hit and steal went for naught. In tho second Inning Gleason and Kahoe each singled, but Glade relieved Killlan's bruised feelings by flying to Crawford. Jones singled In the third and was the only Brownie to get to base. Killian was golnr some at this stage of the game. Id the fourth Killian stung Fadden and a base was given to him. In the fifth Glade and Jones each singled, but their pals refused to recognize them, nod neither one scored. In the sixth, seventh and eighth In nings Killian sent the Browns to the water barrel In quest of singer, but Levy had not performed his duty, and there wan nothing doing In the ginger line. In the ninth Hill opened up with a sin gle, but Padden. Gleasoa and Kahoe wero easy outs. From this resume It can bo setn how much life McAleer Instilled Into his team. A base on balls to Jimmy Barrett, and Mclntyre's double gave to Detroit a run In the opening Inning. Crawford's single. Padden's error, and a single by Carr gave to the visitors an other run In the sixth. The game to-morrow between the Browns and Cleveland will be called at 2 o'clock on account ot the handicap at the Fair Grounds, The score: BT. LOUIS. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Burkett. left field 4 0 12 0 0 Hemphill, center field.... 4O0100 Join, first base 4 0 2 10 2 0 Kuelsman. right field..., 4 0 o t o Kill, third base 4 0 10 10 Padden. second bare..,. 2 0 0 2 2 1 Gleason, shortstop 4 o I j j o Kaho, ratcher 4 0 l 2 0 Glade, pitcher... 2 0 1 2 i o Totals 34 0 DETROIT. 27 11 AB. R. H. o. A. K. Barrett, center field 3 12 10 0 Mclntyre. left field 4 0 1 j o n Lowe, second base 3 0 0 3 4 0 LTawioro. riant neia si .300 Carr. first base 4 0 1 J a i Gremminger. third bast. 4 0 1 3 i o Hueiow, catcner 4 o 0.2 1 o KUllan. pitcher 4 0 1 t 0 O'Laary. shortstop.. 4 0 0 3 10 Total u z 7 27 12 j St. Louis , 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 .veuoii ..,.. u v o l o Q 03 Two-base hits Mclntyre 1. GremiTilnyAr i Barrett 1. Sacrifice hits Lowe 1. Double nlaya O'Leary. Lowe and Carr L stolen bases Burkett L. Barrett l, Gremminger X. Hit by balls Off Olad. 2. Struck out By Glade 3 by Killian 2. Left on bases St. Louts j. Detroit 7. Time of game On. hour and forty-Mven minutes. Umaire-Q'Loughlln. Philadelphia S, Boston I. Philadelphia, June 22. Timely hitting result ed In a victory for the home team to-day. Bos ton's only run was made in the eighth on a double and a single by Stahl and Freeman. At. tendance. C.21L Score: Boston. ARR.O.A.E. Stahl. cf... 4 12 0 0 Collins. Jb. 3 1 1 1 1 Freeman, rf 4 10 0 0 Parent, s.. 4 1 2 2 0 Tan'hlll. If I 0 2 0 0 Lach'ce. lb 4 0 S 1 0 Ferris. Sb. 4 0 3 4 0 Farrell. o.. 1 0 4 2 0 Gibson, p.. 2 0 1 1 1 Crlger .... 10 0 0 0 Totals ...m'stT 11 2 Philadelphia. XT -. , . AB.H.OA.TJ. HartseL If. 3 o 10 0 uruce. ... I I 1 0 Hoffman, rf 4 12 0 LnCros.lb 4 13 1 Seybold. lb 3 1 f 0 Murohy. 2b 4 2 4 I M. Cross, tltll Powers, c. 3 0 7 3 Plank, p... 3 10 1 Totals ...:a an 7 0 Batted for Gibson In ninth. Beaton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 Philadelphia 0 3 2 0 0 10 0 ..- Two-base hits Stahl 1. Collins 1, Bruce 1. L Cross L Seybold 1. Home run Murphy v Sacrifice hit Seybold L Stolen bases Rartsw L Double slay-Powers and M. Cros. L Left on bases Boston 8. Philadelphia, 6. First base on balls Off Gibson 4, olt Plank t Hit by pitched balV-Farrell 1. Struck out By Gibson. 4. by Plank 7. Tim. of game Two hours. Um pires Sheridan and Carpenter. Neve York 7, Washington 4. Washington. June 23 Washington and New Yorkjtad an Interesting tie contest to-day, un til the eighth Inning, when gelbach'a three error let In fire runs. Attendance, 1.000, Score: Washington. New York. JinU.U.A.. Oourr.lln.3b S 3 0 1 Casaldy. cf. 4 I J 0 i Donovan.rf 4 0 4 0 j Moran, ... 4 12 4 1 Belbach. If.: 1 1 j McClc 2b. 4 0 1 2 i Stahflb... 111 I I Clarke, c... 4 1 4 2 C Dcugbty.lf S 1 mtz. ex... 4 a Wlll'ms. 29 4 Anderson.rf t Ganrel, lb. 4 McGuire. e 4 Osteen. ex, 4 Thoney, So. 2 Powell, p.. 4 I 2 2 1 0 0 1 Townaend.p 4 1 1 2 v Totals ...3S 11 27 12 4 Totals ...37112713 3 Waahlncton .......... ......1 0 1 O 0 0 0 24 .....J 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 ft-7 New York.... Two-base hits Selcacb L Stahl 1. Townsend t&BmmmsmBmmmmammmm k-am t? CV T nXJ 2vCL.-fv UL v rJ. , 'It-. ZZs I 3y jftkdS? ..ftSV '.-" 2L flsSnewsM I Yl vv- t?-Jnp WiS ja wUJf nis-9ro I VARICOCELE blood to the parts affected Is established, you are strengthened In every way ana soon will possess that confidence, power and sense of well-being which accompany good health and robust vitality. We have the very quickest, safest and most reliable cure for Varicocele known to medical science. Normal circulation Is re-established and perfect strength is restored. RIOT A DOLLAR NEED BE PAID UNTIL CURED. You do not nay us until vou are satisfied and you are restored to health. Can we mt more? You may consult us free of charge and get our opinion without any cost to you. Call and let us explain VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE, RUPTURE, 3IISN. PRgVATE DISEASES KIDNEY, BLADDER AND PROSTATIC DISEASES 'SSS&SSSSSSrw'uvm CONSULTATION FREE ANU INVITED. Our reputation and work is not of a mushroom growth, nor Is It the ex perience of one man. In complicated cases the entire staff consult without extra charge, thus getting the knowledge of live Instead of one. We are Incorporated and chartered by the State of Missouri, and our reliability cannot be questioned. Write, If you cannot call. All correspondence strictly confidential and all replies sent In plain envelopes. Inclose two cent stamp to Insure reply. OFFICE HOURS D.-00 a. m. to 5.-00 p. m. Evenings, 6:30 to 8:00. Sundays, 9:00 a. m. to 12 noon. I ORB ill 1. Stolen bases Selboch 1. Clarke 1. Anderson 1. Ganrel 1. Sacrifice hits Williams 1. Double plays Townsend. Clarice and btahl 1- Osteen and Ganiel 1. Bases on balls Townsend 2. Powell 2. Hit with ball Townsend I. Struck out Townsend 2. Powell 7. Left on bases Washington 6, New York 7. wild pitches -pnw.ii Time of came Two hours and flf- teen minutes. Umpire Dwjer. Chlcnco 2, Cleveland 1. Chicago. June a The locals won another hard-fought pitchers' tattle to-day. Both Smith and Bernhard were In great form and backed up by perfect support. The former carried off the honors, not only by his excellent work on the slab, but by a timely hit, which tied the rcare and jcorcd what proved to be the wln nlrg run Attendance. 2.600. Score: Chicago Cleveland. AIS.11.U A.I AU.It.u.A.1, Dunden. 2b 3 no Flick, rf... 2 I.ueh. It.... 2 Bradley. 3b 4 Lajole. s... 4 Hlckman.sb 4 Bemls c... 3 Bay. cf 3 Abbott, lb. 3 Bernhard, p 3 Jons. cf... 4 Callahan. 11 4 Oreen rf... 4 Dmls. ..... 4 Isbei:. lb... 4 Tan'hlll. 2b J McKafd. c 1 Smith, p.. 2 a o 1 1 1 3 l Totals 23 7 27 11 01 .Totals ..S3 1 24 II 1' Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 . 2 Cleveland 0 0100000 Ol Left on bases Chicago 5. Cleveland 4. Two base hitsSmith 1. Sacrifice hits-Smith 1, Lush 1. Stolen bases Jones 1, Green L Double play McFarland and Dunden 1. Struck cut By Smith 4. by Bernhard 2. Passed balls Mc Farland 1. Bases on balls Off Smith 2. off Bern hard 3. Time of game One hour and thirty minutes. Umpires Connoily and King. GOLF CONTEST NOW BETWEEN McKINNIE AND McKITTFUCK. Final, for Amntenr Championship and Repnblio Cap Will Be Played To-Morrow. The semifinals of the golf tournament for the Republic Cup and tho champion ship of the city were played yesterday aft ernoon on the Normandie Park golf links. Ralph McKlttrlck and Burt Mc Klnnle now remain In the race and will play In the finals to-morrow. McKlnnle was best In his match with Harry Potter and won from him by the score of two up. Potter wag no easy opponent for Mc Klnnie, and although he kept after Pot ter all around the circuit, he lost his match at the seventeenth bote. Lambert was defeatel by McKlttrlck by the same score as the first match, two up. Lambert also lost at the seventeenth hole, but gave his victor a hard fight for the match. Both made the rounds In 79. The finals to-morrow should prove to be one ot the most exciting matches ever played on the local links, as both McKlt trlck and McKlnnle are In the best of form. McKlnnle Is the more steady .player of the two, while McKlttrlck makes up for this with his brilliant playing. At pres ent, he has been playing one of the most brilliant games at the club. The men will play a total of 25 holes, the first round to start at 10:30 o'clock In the morning, while the second round will be made In the afternoon. The finals ot Classes B and C will also be played. Adams will oppose Vlckery In tbe former class, while Lansing and Fll ley will play for tha championship of Class C. EIGHT COLLEGE TEAMS TO COMPETE AT STADIUM. Intercollegiate Championships Will Be Decided To-Morrow After noon at the Fair. Eight of the principal educational insti tutions ot higher learning In America vill compete at the Stadium to-morrow after-, noon at 2:20 for the Walter B. Stevens tro phy, a massive solid silver cup of ornate design, donated personally by Mr. Walter B. Stevens. Secretary of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. The CUP measures fifteen Inches In height and weighs seventy-five ounces. It Is valued at JloS It will become the prop erty of the university scoring the greatest number of points in the intercollegiate field and track ecnts of thn Olvmnic games to be decided next Saturday under ma nirecnon or jir. jamM c Mii!iiian Chief of Physical Culture for the Louisiana iTircnase imposition. Invitations have ben Issued to the alumni in St. Louis of Princeton. Am herst, Chicago, Stanford of California, Illinois, Colgate. Iowa and Missouri uni versities, all of which are entered for this competition. The alumni of Harvard. Yale Cornell, Unlyersltv of Virginia and the members of the St. Louis University, Washington University and Missouri Ath. letlc clubs have also been Invited to at tend and lend enthusiasm to the partici pants. GCPIIILL WINS THE TROPHY. Lends With Score of SO la American Handicap. Indianapolis. Ind., Juno 23. Richard L. Guphill of Aitken, Minn., handicapped at 19 yards, won the Grand American trophy, a silver service and JXCCO In cash in the third shoot-off ot a tie with William Ran dal qt Tellurlde. Colo., at OS breaks. The score ot 95 for the Grand American Handicap h greater by two than tho pre vious record, which was made at Kg?. City last year. Following are the principal scores: Names. . Totals. lrr-.d rsiifeert DO Names. Totals. L. A. Cummlngs,...,93 T. R. Iovey.....:....94 L. K. Parker. ...90 C A. Fetger 93 J. J. lllehaeles 93 Mr. Anderson 94 E. B. Dupont 84 Kugene Dupont ......S3 II. Jeffries 92. C. rf. Wilkinson 93 D. Upton ..,..93 E. B. Norman.. 73 Mrs. Bennett 'Tl Mrs. Burrows C J. A. It. Elliott t 11. C, Htrscny it W. it Heer. 3D C M. Powers 94 K. D. Fultord S3 J. S. Fanning...., ...93 J. W. Garrett It B. C. Griffith 93 C. O. Lecompe S3 John 8. Boa ..fl C. W. Budd 94 J. L D. Dlcklnon..t2 J, R. Taylor. M A Alklre. 94 PELOTA GAMES AT JAIrALAI. Contests Last Night Were Onesided nnd Lacked Their UaunI Speed. After the stress of contest of Wednes day night, tbe pelota games pleyed at Jal Alal last night were one sided and lacked the usual speed and fire of such affairs. In the first game Baracaldes and Altamire easily defeated Chlqulto de Eltar and Micheleana, SO to 19. Baracaldes wflei in great form. His service was too much for Micheleana and he overpowered De ISJbar at match play. In the second game Ceclllo and Abadlano Flayed Yurrita and Ibaceta, 25 to 20. baceta was plainly off form and mis judged several easy balls. Yurrita then became discouraged and fell oft In his work. Ceclllo, making his first appear ance intwo weeks, played a good game, while Abadlano played his usual earnest and hard pelota. WE GURE MEN FOR $12.50 CNTIL Jl'LY 1 WE WILL TREAT ANY SINGLE AIL5IE5T EXCEPT RUP TCRE AND BLOOD POISOX FOR 812.00. OUR RUARANTEE IS NOT A DOLLAR NEED BE PAID MIR PFRIll flFFFR' On account of our offices being so crowded and so many uu ""M'",fc ul ' u"' people turned away the past month, we have decided to extend our grand offer of treatment at ono-hp.lt our regular fee. We do this to srotectithe people and to convince those who mar now be treating with Incompe tent physicians or misnamed specialists. Remember that during the month we charge but one-halt our regular fee, which means that If you are suffering from either Eerr.tnal Weakness. Lost Power. Varicocele. Hydrocele. Small Weakened Organs or Piles, our regular fee for either, without complication. Is 25.00. we will -. cure you for 112.50. and you pay when cured or any way ou like. Falling to make a nm?ilpt nirp. wft nerf. tn rofunrl vr.np to EXTRA SPECIAL Contagious Blood Poison, In any stage, cured for 11100. All cases that are accepted by us are taken under a positive guarantee. Our record shows that about three-fourths of our patients had been pronounced Incurable bv other physicians. We cure such cas simply because we understand them, so It you nave Become aiscouragea come to us and talk it over. ro cnarge. We cure Varicocele by our new. original method of treatment, which is free from surgery and Is a safe, painless and permanent cure. Under our treatment every case of ncakness and diseaso cjulck lv dlsannenm. thn stagnant blood is driven from the dilated veins, a healthv circulation of pure ,, ULUT, SlUlUltHLi, I'ltUSTAlIU Newly contracted and chronic cas cured. All burning and itching. In flammation and discharges stopped In twenty-four hours; cures effected in s.'ven days. EYERS & CO., Ifeyi REDUCED Roand-Trlp Rates In Effect Dally to Summer Tonrlst Points In Ken tacky, Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia, Limited to October 31st for Return. MAMMOTH GAVE MS RETURN, $11.75 Through Trains, Latest Improved Sleeping- and Recllnlne Cliulr Car (scat free), Dlntnjr Car. TICKET OFFICES Stia North Broadway, Transportation Building, AYorld's Fair, and Lnlon Station. J. E. DAVENPORT. Division Paueneer Aaent. REGAN DEFEATED BY ABE ATTELL San Francisco Fighter Gets De cision at Close of Fifteenth Bound. HAS BEST OF ENCOUNTER. Brooklyn Boy Displays Clever Blocking, but Insists on Hold . ing Trouble in Bing. After Bout. Abe Attell of San Francisco defended his title of the light feather-weight' champion of the world last night when he defeated Johnny Regan of Brooklyn In their fight before the West End Club. Referee Horn' Sharps gave the decision to Attell at the end of tbe fifteenth round. Attell was clearly the better fighter throughout and only In two or three rounds did Regan have any show. He put up a very game fight, however. Regan displayed clever Infighting, and his blocking was one ot tbe features of the bout. Attell, on the other hand, did most ot. the landing, the majority of his blows striking Johnny on the body, as the Brook lyn lad guarded his face so closely that tie did not even have a scar on his head or face at the end of tbe fight. In tho last three rounds Regan made a fast showing. In these periods he fought for a knockout, but Attell's blocking stopped all of his fast Jabs. Referee Sbarpe gave tha decision to Attell from the fact -that he repeatedly warned Johnny not to hold on and to fight faster. These) things Regan faUed to do and had he complied with Sharpe's re quests might have stood a better chance of getting a draw. Regan has a way of holding his oppon ent's arm with his wrist bent up. He used this manner of holding Abe many times, and although warned by Sharpc. he Insisted on using this means of gaining rest. SLOW TO GET GOING. The boys started off at a slow gate, and not until tho bout had progressed to about six rounds did the contests do any real fighting at all- About this stage, Regan tried his Infighting, and although ha wor ried Abe ou several occasions, the latter always came out best at the end ot the round. In the seventh round Regan fell to tho floor partly from a blow by Attell and partly from slipping. While on the floor Aba stumbled over Regan's leg and both went sprawling on the canvas. They were up in a second and resumed fighting. In the twelfth round Regan had Attell at his mercy for a few second from numerous Jabs to th-i stomach. Attell tried to reach Regan, but the former made things hard for tbe Frisco lad with his blocking and ducking. The thirteenth round was about even, with Attell having the best of the first Jart, He landed several swings to John's aw, but near the end ot the round Regan was right back at him, and his fast show ing at this time brought tbe spectators to their feet. Both tried hard for an ending In the fourteenth, with honors about even. The fifteenth round was fast and furious, the hardest blows being landed In this period. REGAN STRIKES BRANDLB. After the fight, Tommy Brandle, who was one ot Attell's seconds, was so pleased with the result of tha fight that ha threw himself on tbe canvas In front of Regan. The latter landed several swings on Brandle's Jaw. In a moment, tha ring was full of police and spectators. Referee Bharpe ran after Brandle and held htro.Ea!nst the ropes. Joe Lydon was right behind Sharpe and tried to land on Brandts. Lieutenant McKenna swung at Sharps and landed on his face. The police soon subdued the men. and Brandle was thrown out of the ring. Lieutenant McKenna did not hit Sharp Intentionally, thinking that he was one of the fighters Instead of a peacemaker. Regan said after the fight that ho had expected at least a draw from his show ing in the last few rounds, 4ut the de c'slon had been given, and there was no need of complaining. Attell was pleased with the verdict, but said that bad Regan fought faster Instead of continually holding on. he might have been able to score a knockout. , Aba was; seconded by Jack Root, Oeorgs Munroe and Tommy Brandle. while Jack: McKenna. Joe Lydon and Billy McGlvney looked after Regan. Jimmy Britt was Introduced front th ring and stated that although many were not pleased with the result of hi fight with Young Corbett. he Intended to give the latter another chance to rlu hi uHTIL CORED our methods of treatment. We cure AIU1CATS A31J -U.L U13tA9L.9 ur N. W. Cor. Broadway and Market, St. Louis, Mo. "THE BARGAIN HUNTERS" SI 00.00 Given away next week, Watch for th BARGAIN ADS IN THE WEDNESDAY REPUBLIC. .1 title within a short time. "If I do not win I will have no kick coming," said Lritt. Andy Daly 'of Boston challenged the win ner. In the first preliminary. Young Quln.t was disqualified by Referee bnartlj in i..j second round for holding on to Kid Burk. In the semi-wlnl-up. NIc Santera knocK ed out Frankie Howe in the; third round It was anrounced that barring accident. Frankie Nell and Gus Bexenah would meet at the West End Club next Thurs day at 13) pounds, ringside. Attachment Asnlnst Itegiin, An attachment suit was filed in Justleo O'Hallaron's court yesterday by Mai Doyle against John Began for the sujn. of JS6.I0. JJoyle waa former manager o Regan, the tighter, and claims that tho amount was loaned to Regan for board, llothes, etc. MULHALL'S BOND INCREASED ? FIVE .THOUSAND DOLLARS; Must Answer Charge of Assanlt to Kill In Case of Morgan and Mnrrny. . ,t Zach Mulhall, live stock agent for tha Frisco Railway, went to the Four Court yesterday and gave bond for his appear ance to answer the charges of arxault with attempt to kill In the cases of Ernest Morgan of No. 3131 Sheridan avenue and Frank Murray ot Cummlns's Indian Con; tress. The'cajcs have been set for July IS and, the bond In Morgan's case was fixed a JJOX). and In Murray's at JS00. Chris Schawackcr was accepted as surety orr both bonds. The original bond ot 230,000, signed by Edward Butler, will continue in force and Mr. Mulhall Is now held by bonds of M0O. Reld, the other man who was Injured at tha Cummins show, when Murray and Morgan were shot, has left the hospital, and it was reported that he was at Mul hall's house. This Is denied by Mr. Mul hall. Last night Morgan was Teported to be steadily improving, and though not out of danger. It Is the general opinion at tho Emergency Hospital at the World's Fair grounds that he will recover. Why eta't we cceie trrer to yow heate ad play any mere? Because pspa gets bo sad wben we make a little bit 3 seise. "What makes him that way? Mamma saja it's dyspepsia aiakes Mm actsocraxy, That's about tbe war it strikes the small boy. The dyspeptic has so idea of his own unreasonableness cr harsh nesa, Little things ate magnified asd seem to justify his quick; anger, There's health for the dyspeptic and "happiness for the family by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Disccrety. It cores diseases of the stomtch sttd other organs of digestion and nctriticn, and restores perfect health and strength, by enabling the perfect digtstloa sad asaJmUaiJca of food. $3,QGQ FORFEIT Will be paid by the World's Dispensary Medical Association, Proprietors, Buf falo, N. Y if they cannot snow the orig ins signature of the individual volun teeriss the testimonial below, asd also of th writers of evfteartimoaialaiBoog i the thousands which they are consUntin publishing, thus provisg their gtnuiae-' sess. M hare taken see bottle of Dr. Pieitr'e- Golden Kedieal Sitcorery for isdlgtstioa. caet Ueer complaint,'' writes Mr. C, JL WOjgs, ? . YuJkin. College. Davidson Crr. X C "Xtev had ne bad spells (lace I cossaeactd taklag yew racdiane ia fact, have sot felt like ueV same mas. Before I took the ' Golden Medical' Dlserrrry' I could not ttt aaytalaf wftkevt. awful distress, bst sow I can tat sythtaa; I with withoot having napleasast feeitafs." Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets ctaUMt ad regulsterthe bowels. I f A 4 Still?- v S , " n ,