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The St. Louis Republic. [volume] (St. Louis, Mo.) 1888-1919, August 12, 1904, Image 4

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Qlil Stone AVon Feature Iavei
at Fair (Jrounils Fiom .Jacl.
Young and Taliy Tosa.
Aiidv Dalv ItcLuivcil Derision
Cardinals Won and the
Over Lou Cm lev After 1'iftoci.
s Lo-t in Their Game?
found Bout at West End CIuli.
ainond Yesterday.
Vivo-Year-OIds Meet at Seven
Furlong Jtoiite in Fair
(ii omuls Feature.
Little Uolding Looks Capable of
Ue.iting His Competitors
Folies Bcrgeres Look.
Like a Good Ret.
Two-)car-olds will lie asked to cover the
iav en-furlong- mute for tjic llrst time this
iasnn at tlio Pair ("rounds this aflcr
mou, and It nernis as IT I'r.inro. the for
ior Ileum it gelding, can bet b relcM
M to eomo home nrst
Some pood )i.uiigM( rs are assembled
Jrtf, mid lung's Trojiliy will doubt'ess tie
Roll favored In the betilng That Hiindi
rapper alMgiiiu thlnkH well of him 1 ev
idenced liy tli f.i t that ho lias assigned
(U! pounds to Mil key Shannon's charge,
(hi weight lielng Jut one pound los than
the burden Hadrian Is required to j-'ick.
Hadrian Is ,t good oungstcr and will
lojhtlcrs lejil for tlio early stages The
Hack utihle believes that It can win the
mob with him. Hut It seems as IT IYanco
fan tuni the trick. The little gelding, tin
Icrslzed sir ho K has a. rare turn of
itirtch-runiilng ahlllt). and It C"crn as If
1- should he ublc to ciosa the line In the
The Cook li ts run a creditable eno-igh
kco or two 10 entitle her to first m"n
.lon for show money Sho seems 11 fair
lort of filly and .iii put up a Rood con
test w-lien cvci'lnn -tripos. Although at
.it two other high-class jounenKiK are
rr.tcrcd hero. It appear a If tin trio
named 0111 bo picked to carry oft first
The fifth ram ought to go to tho South
ern contingent. Kollies Ilergeres seems a
food oort of .1- ear-oM, and she ought to
ae able to wl.i from J W. O'N'clll In this
race." On the strength of his good races
recently, tin Trotter ?.-)car-old may be
avoritn to-day Hut It seemn as if tho
Wrdciicr lllly can be picked to beat him
The last race. 011 the rard affords rather
n open proposition Two names stand
fiut prominently. These are Iyenii and
Ivcniii. lleenid D.. a good enough little
t-eir-old. ins to le figured In the tl
mates of thoHo likely to be close up at the
ilnlsh, and she in'iy he a contender nt the
fiid. Hut It tms best to pick tho Nolan
anro to win.
Tyonji Is said to have been working In
rantly Impressive fashion of late. S'ie sure
Iv oucht lo win If these rt ports arc ror
iect. What in moro lo the point, her form
figures her as un active eonlend( r till"
Rftcinoon. Hernia cannot be overlooked
on tho strength of her last raceatid Jle
Fln.i V. soomx consistent enough to Jtietl
fv lift xelcctlnn for third money.
The third race is another one of thne
rfalr whi.ro an open beUInir chance Is
fTordcd to the (.peculator. On the strength
it a rially crrditable race jesti rd iv. Short
ake seems to bo a factor liere. Tho for
mer Harris maio iippi'tiri to hnv Im
proved after she chnnsed hands, and
howed nod form esterda). With a
stronger ride, Mic might have tome home
It seems lel to nelect lier hero find to
put Imboden, Vnrro nnd Slliidora in the
1 unks of candldnlt-x whleh hate u plage.
Jmboden is such an nnfortunnte aninlnl
that his chancts cannot bo prcdlcWd with
anv deBrce of eerliilnty. Hut he may be
ilKht up at the end to-day.
Atlas oiieht to win her ruee for Chi I
Fclnwncker nnd Ora .. nnd Bride mfir
brine up tho other divisions of tlio monev.
Tim llurt tniy win the flrt from 1'Ic
tiire Hat end Oplnloii
MIS3 I.Mai W1 I A DUUi:. .
('Mplurrs the I'rmUo Ktahra nt lliir
lem I'rnni Del CHriim.
Chlca. Aus. 11. The 1'rovlso Slakes,
tho feature at Harlem to-day, were v(m,
by Hiss Inez. After raclns head and head
with Del Carina for a quarter of a mile.
Miss lues drew nway turning for home
and won under wraps.
Weather cool; track (rood Summary:
lint race, six furlori li'fore. Hi (Nkol),
1 to 1, won, llalph Itecs", lis lOlts). i to 1.
cWldJ JIlR llench, t'I (Mcintrre), 1 10 1 tlilnl.
Time, i-10 :-i Itnoit, friii.rltnr, ivut.
Rather ltoval, Aueuta VMirla. Iitictcr Kn
ii(r. Hlfs . Wodilfll II. I'lrabella ant Tlio
(litdlly also run.
Hmon.l riae, tx furlonitii IVlasoa, UJ (Hfn
r). I to 7, simr Don Uonm, t2 (Morrlin),
IUI, con,l. (Jpznll. 117 (OtU). 11) la Intnll'l
Time. I'lS I-S UimI llunnr nni St. llonnlo
also rpu . ,
Thlnl rwe', fno anl n.lMir fmionic". rro
Tlmj Htihefl iUia Ini IJI (llenr), u to 10.
won: Ailon Avon, tSl fM( ItrMe . 7 10 1. "ern!;
Del Ca.rlna. N (ilreenMrMi. 11 to :, third. Time,
1 07 4-5 lorn EhellV. JlcrllJu and Kl)lni; Ilrouk
loourth' rate, on mllo I"lla 1(2 (iSrn(IHJ)
S to C. won; Apple. 10J 413- Morrison), z to r,
confl; Pan Item". : (Orejnri. 12 lo I. ililid
Time. 1'iJ J-6 Hwctle, KtelnwooU, Sweet
Tone sad Plautui aluo ran.
ntth raoo. one mile IXnson Caldwell 13
(Morrison), IS to 1. wnn; Kmliiriv lnj (Wolt).
15 to 1, ineond: Ilndaon, WS (MeBrlilre), 4 to
I third. Time. i.4i. lilsckthern. Ml Ilelrm,
Harry Nc". Umma A SI anil Uhals 1m rati
Hlith race. o-iB mile Itarnev. 1( (Huffier),
II to l.i wen: Hmnpinnon 3 (Knapp), s to 1,
second; Hell !ath, HI (Meul). 7 to Z. tlilnl.
Time. 1-41 S-n Mr. lunmm, allfsln, Tin
Korum and itequifue oi'o ran.
.Tnelrsonvllle IlrUInc Club.
lirrrtmuc hitci ak
Jacksonville, HI . Awj 1L The Oenllemen's
HrlilnK Club held Its ccnn raclmc liiotln
to-day. Hummnry:
Qreen tae(-Won by IC Allerton. Masters and
IWVmon. Time. l)s .
Ttiree-mlmite Won br Kobert Whitley. J w.
Clarr. Tlmo, 1:1C
Th'ee-mlniUn trot im by Uatchoutt J. J
Itath-rford. Time. 1-14V,.
5 30 trot Won by Hilly. Georse Cralie. Time.
1 'ltVi
5-7) pace Wo by Dig- BIU. Edgar Ardnald.
Time, 1.10'4
Dan Fntrhv Trial I'oatpnned.
Indianapolis. Auc. H. It was announced this
aflemoon that on account of the condition or
the track. Dan Patch would not en against his
record until to-morrow.
tallow aniline
hEBTOUSVgM, AKD Dtinrg. DrstaT iMtto hit
Tl(r ts Stnitn r CilmlspM Orgtaa, Blw Ukl,
Csll ar vrlu. lal seat isl4 aiala aaTflna,
TIUVACO, A, IM MS, 111 MlTt ., K UM
816 Chestnut St., St. LoUv Mo.
The liluLlAULB SprclnlUt
Curt biirat and chronic dl
aw. Loat Manhood, Nervous
Debility. Vmi Vigor. Bmlnl
Wrakoeai, Karlr Dcftr. Vri
r-occle, rea)t of errora or
cfRftei. Urlnarr Dlietsti.
niet. Rtiicture. tTnnntural
Dlchnrr and all dlnsasea of
Kidney and t.laddr, and
mood Potion, nil atarea. pot
StlraTr curd Out-cf-town d- :
tlmta trattd by mall.
Ytxi ran buy no better tor flo a week
Cnnnultatlon free Call or writ. II curt: a.
tn to 11 to, m Sun3aj 10 a. ni to 5 o m.
4Ainatl ChrouleaaaapwlaLDtfauai. Dr.B.i'VHfc
wcakoAM, iMt Mtabood, V arleeoela or aey aTMi rMolt
log f ron roalhlu I errorf or f xsMna, I a trwiD t wn to Mrta
wtaka. laMaadMaiuailyadTnUMIalMtiaBflt
mltnj yaanvand tu ixnr f.llpo I a carta f tl wertl
Cum. IisixmTlfMtoHrtMMlDDLBAOEDMlKwka
JlaakaMltr;atblryairlL Prin. rirt MUrti
trial awkut.naalDalUrrUl akaw UaH UM Banay Wul
aalltbatlfaamtlMd. lMealybTla.CI...Bokuf
KaYo.taMartaaatnM.at.Lnui.Ma, Snitwaaj
vwamf anaiii ttrmtm VUWH M JgtAtck
Dirt'ctnis of f'lnli (Joiiidciiiig
I'fopo'.itioii lo Sell I'liuit
W. J. Aikcll. v Voik Iloise-
iiiiin. Said to 5f Actiii; With
IVrry Belmont nnd An-
d'w Aliller in Deal.
Directors of the Union .lockcv Club are
consMcilns an offer of J.-0.("0 for the nice
track .it Xatural Hridce load and Union
avenue, on which was conducted, undtr
the man.igcmeti' of 1' .1 Carmody, a
nlnctv-div meeting tills sumtntr
Tho offer was made un Ausuxt 3 h) V
.T Arkell, a.Ncw York iiubllshcr and rare
horse owner. It Is unihrstood that l' rrv
Ilclrnont and Andrew -Miller, who are ex
tensive! Interested In r.H'e Haiks undtr
the Jurisdiction of the Ktstern Jotkej
club, aro -oelntcd with Sir Arkell In the
offer for the Union track, which ha been
"outlawed" by the Wctern and I'aiiliu
Coat Jockey clubs.
The proposal for tho purchase of the
Union Jock(y club plant was made by
ilr. Arkill when he was here, after spend
ing an afternoon Inspecting the proper!) .
The proposal, which Is In the stupe of an
option, is in wrltinc. ihitid AuRUt 5. "J
is limited to a period of d.i)s not )ct ex
pired Tho proiKj-dtion for the ptircha'c of the
plant, which the directors .f the eluli -scrt
Is unincumbered, sds fuitli that the
club will bo reorganized and to tho pres
.ii t stockholders will bo niven the pie
ferred prlvllego of purchaslnR stock Tlio
HRre!T.ent further sits forth that a n'ne-tv-dny
meetlni; will 1) conducted t! the
track within the next )ear: thit inoinin
will bo expended in con'truction of a
clubhouse, and a threc-quirter chute and
Improving th Kiounds
At a meetlnp of the directors of (he
Union Jockey Club vesterda) to eorsId"r
llr. Arkell's proportion a majorltv of fie
stockholders, led by Captain Carmoi'' .
wtre not In favor of dlBposlns of iMir
siock upon me terms orrereu, and .Mr.
Ark'll was rcqueled to come here to
take up further ntKollttlons.
It was stat(d tint but a small minority
of tho stockholders of the Union Jockey
Club were willing to ncctpt the offfr. us
it Is soarcelv enough to cover the Invest
ment and reimburse them for the pio
rata los iIurlnK the ninety div of the
m((tinu this sumnid
Ofllclals of the club sav that JSOfloW was
Invested In the onstnu!on of the racing
plant, which Includes the option upon the
ground, and fW,iy was Io-t In tho ninety
das of racing.
Considerlnc tho prcK lit 'talus of the
Wertern Jockey Club, and the outlook for
next s(ason. It la uald tint a majorit) of
the Htockholders of tU- Union Jockey Club
arc ron'tralqed to decline the offer of
the Uistcin purths who dclro to pur
chase the plant
Home of the stockholder.1 are confident
thut the Western Jocke) Club will next,
season offer to Union track "jtisfactory
dat(S. which will rnible the club to re
coup Hh lo-es of this HUinmer'.s mcetliiK
and in t a prolll
Upon the- lllcf thai .M(esrs. Aikdl. Ilcl
rnont and Miller niu aetllii; for tlio liist
ern Jockej Club, In the pre.ent i.egoll i
tlon v.Hh n view (o LHlnlug a tuotholil
In llm West, should the Western Jo'U"
Club be affecleil bv Iho (oiiciltioii of laclnc
affali's noiv existing hi Chhnu, siT!- ot
the sloekhohbrs of fie Union Jockey
Club, it Is ald, aio willing to accept the
present teim, .or Invite- new and littler
terms from tlio prospective purcluiser"
In siieakln); of the nopositlou, il.iua(,.'r
Carmisly said?
"I would have hi en eati-dli-d with thirty
da) a' lacing dilts, and, foi my putt. I
would prefet thirty da)s (scluatvo raclue
at tho ("uioa truck next )(,u to th" sale
of the piojierty at u. tuod premium I
liavr no Inlriillou of disposing of the slock
1 hold in the Union Jockey Club"
Africander 4nlns Ilerlslvr lelur In
l.nat Hnrc nt nratoKn.
Saratoga, X Y. Aug 11. Moll) Hrant
won to-daj's stake lace, tlio Iblar.aie. a
haiidicip for thre-)cui-olds and up. Qruzl
allo showed the way during Hie llrst quar
ter and Light Blgrade tlieu look 0i lend.
At that isilut .Molly Hrant. who had gotten
RWU) third and had lo-n gradually Im
Vrovlng liei position, moved up and fiom
that tlmo had things her own way. Mal
wart, who made up u great d(al ot gruund.
tun K-eond by half a length. Tlio tiaek
was rather "low anil no aproach was made
to any records
Tramolor, favorite In the Hist rare jt
11 to A, was not In the moiic) Maiden,
tho favorite, was never heuded In the
Steeplechase Handicap
Afrlcandir proved his mettle bv his de
elrflve victory in the sixth, u handicap
for three-year-olds and up Toiler lit
Tort Hunter make the paco until the tuiti
Into the htre-ti h, wheie he yllpned throii'-'h
on tlii rail. Itiservatlon beat Tort Hunter,
the favorite, for show mon' y wltliout great
Fllat lace, (Ho aud olicllf luiluliirs Tea
Trwe. 104 (lllldcliritiJ), 5 lo 1, won. Workman
pn! ((Vrnuok), ID to 1. cond, Tlility-llilnl. 97
(Travrrej, 1 to 1. thlnl. Tim-. 1 03 Jtrry C,
Niblick, olden hunrlw. Delcanta, Wlnclieptfr,
Tramotor, eTotlllon, Hufferance ant Musuliiun
also ran
Hst-ond rare, .teeplechupe, short cour Mai
den, U CHenrj). ' to 10, won, I)aleiford, 130
K. II VMliHin), J to 1, Hfcjaid: Hrunu-diiiv, HI
( fitch) i, lo 1, third Time, i Vl 1,'ila Wood
lands alu ran. IMck Hnsee fell J
Third race, s'x furlon,s llurnt Hills 112
llllldehrand), S to 10. won; Clkarllshlor, (W .
l'licher), i"! to 1. second- Jlerrv Lark. 112 (J.
Martin). 2u to 1. third Time, 1:15 Xiri.Mlon,
()ir)Itl. Slnlater. W iterllsht. Pt. Il'llin-.
Veto, Khurasan. Austin Allen and Amhir Jack
alisi ran. Sinister and '((-to uIko lau
Tourth ra'-c. th Ivlawaie. enc mile MolUe
Brant HI (I.)ml. 3 to 5 on. Hlolr.nit, 103
IHIIdelirand), to 1 wcon-i dnizlnlla. 107 (J
Martin), i: lo I. third Tim . 1.S lu
ll' sik-. Hjlnt: bh!, Usht illlgidc. Or!) II and
Hold lAime alo ran
rifth race, one mile Cunkling "is (Oliphant).
to I, non- Old Hrutlaiid. ins (Crlnimln-). 1 to
1 eecond- Kile ruler. 107 (I Martin). 2.) lo I,
thli-d. Tim". 1-11 June Hull. Ilrool.bnltc.
Judge Hals and I'rlnce of rim alt-o inn.
Sixth rote, mile nrd a furloior Africander 123
(ruller), fi to 1, won, I'nlmLciirer. w (Hilde
b'and) 16 to &, second. ItlervH(Io 110
(O'Neill). 10 to I third, lime, l-'u Kr.rt Hun
ter and 1'ioceeds also ran
llnaebnll "Voles.
elrlm seems to be a. good name for an iiin
plie, and If Jack is related to the unbeatable
Jce, all the better.
I'lileis In the American Heiitue nie (hanging
berths so often that It might not bo a bid lin
fcr John-n to buy a special (ar or two Tor
the trnspcrtatlcn of the, exchanged leg-ers
Jlmm) -bilng will Join the Cincinnati Heds
in ?ev York.
Manv trollev lenguels are attending the lo
cal ball icarnes. iLnd extendlnc eneouraAeinenl
to their former player, Pat Hynie. "icsteeili)
v-as the nrst game In six tn -thleh Hvnej
failed to get one or more lilts
Ha fliance made two singles and a double
for the Boston Americans )esle--da).
Owner Tavlor of the "worlds champion' i.
travellne; etth his club, and mot for them
every time they make a good play.
Kahoe tapped the sphere safefy three times
j ester-day
Jones nade two singles )esterda-. I,uoki as
tl-ough Tom has finally gotten his optics on
the sphere.
Dlneen or Young will twirl for Boston lo
da. while either Olade or Sudhoft will go
on the (lrtng line for St. tioule
Santh Texas Leasne.
At fialveaton Beaumont 5, Galveston
At Han Antonio Hourtcn 7, Han Antonio 2-
Ilr firoimjj Aut 11 Weather clear track toed
OaQ Tirst race. rse I1J.I for 2 -ear oMk live and one-half furlong.
I HOlr-iF-s AM I I I ) I I llettlnr.
Ind. I, JOCKEla lM I I. j '. )l I S V. Open Closel I'l
532 (Vlnne I'reTon ' ' I l I I
Troxler , if,- i 3 i t i ! 'J'. lnkl I H-2 2
frt His Worsblo IJndav 1" I T 1 ' t I . (' - ( 4 !-J
let Dne.len H Anilerson I I ' I I 3' I r I 1 3. i 1 I '
Sltl Anmlarro Kite , 2 I t' 6" .. I 5'- (' U- " . 1
(.. Mr Hade i wilMii l"S I 1 I I 2' I X . "U fnol 5 I Ml 4
-". Ilradnarlln A Waluh I li ' I . " ;. .. 17' CI 4 1 'I 2
..:; ' I.m. Crah in .s-ars s", I I I T" l , 7 I 40 I (it I M
S7V I H 'herid-ui seder i i i a I 3 i it' s j anl 4i ::
r.( liienerling w invls 1 lot i 1 ) i I k , is s I 12 I IS I c
Time 21 IS I I loi,
Mlinw bettlns -Ieton eea Vttirslllp 1 t li IireJdeu C lo li
Marl goo I Won in a hard drive of two winter I: A ( hlnn A Co ' b. e 2. Cavuea
Purit I'irM'in wa- lw-s! l,ut tvb tlrlnr u Ml at end Ills Wnt.hln rin flm-clais race trim
iiour beginning 1-ieeden old ills best ilia l.nrlln ricelveil indifferent ride anl can do better.
Se-ennd race turneSHI for 3-vear-olds and
JOCK 11) s.
OH I.'cht Olxra Klce I 87 1
bJ) (N(V r-iuh Troler 117 1
(ll-i Mtiii.il mn Itoach i 121
fs; Wnrllilnaton W Ilavlsl 102
i;r VUln.prtiig II Andcrn I0 1
IV) ,l.nc!i Heder. I n2 1
Jl Vlehave 1 fonvav 1 Sji 1
t e'onnndruin Unwell . 1 107 I
Tim. us .2: -m.. .j0. 1 oiv.. 1 i;v
hon belting Opera. 1 to 3 NeversT-ch 1
Mart good W'on In a hard drive of three
Tenor-Onllsht opera was lel but bov e as
bt Nevcrsuch. Iindsdowne ran a first-class
ThlrJ race, purse $"S0 for 3-vear-olda
Wt P '. '. .
luo 1 lnol lnol lnkl
1 5 i 2 1 2n 2 1 2-1
PC 4 13' 2" 1 .-' I
PI lv..kln k Williams
Oti (Hlinrt faWf Vandcrboull
n 1U I Ol")
r.ll 1 vlcnm It . clark M I
C 1 Mildred H. jy-der . 1 S2
Vdelniile 1 W tlon 1', I
4W llidv Mitehless IJnd va .
01, llnllndi vv IMvls V
7" I
Tim'- 2.", .Jl. 1 IS'. Ill 1 (9
Slum l-ettlliu I)oekIii 2 to ." .Short Cake 2 1 1 Itnv 1 to 2
SlatT ci.id Won In hard drive t,r three Winnir Maitln & Walkers h m. Treennn
rhe-;kle This was a llchl fit between tin llrst two anl Short Cake mkht have won with
lietter ride I'negkln hav 10 lie driven lo the limit lo win Itav and Abom II ran aood race,
leitter was eaMd up at end Hollnda refu.ed to break and was 1 ractlcallv left
rourlli race purse Jhfio for 3-v ear-olds anl
I Himsl.s AMI I I I I I Belting
I11J JOCKEYS IWt 8 U , '. j '. I M. I S T lOpen Closel Tl
Hi) (Old Htone." Jiowell I 101 5 2' I lnol 11. ' j i il J-2 I T".
tril iJaik lounr. W Hart" ( t)2 1 I 4nk (' I 4 I ' 4' 1 2 I 4 I S-S
On JTabv Toa Unds- . . 101 2 1 3na 2nol J' I I 2 I a' I 9 .. I 8- 3
tn i) fConimodire II Ander at l"l 3 I l' V f 2hd 2 1 4 I 2 1 2 17-10
') lllannakts, Klc I M 4 I ( ; ' a'- i ;" I U I 11 4
,I'at Harnmon U Mil- I I 1 I I I I I I
I sun ... I V. 5 Ci e I CO 200 4.)
1ime2Ti 50 1 lu I (I1. 1.IJ
Miow betting Htone. 1 to 2. 011nr 3 to 3: Tosa out
Marl good W'on easily: next iwodrl.lnx Winner M I Mattlnelv's b c 3 Skeston
White Wlnirs Ptone w is Irf-st In tlie rolnc Jack loung huinpeil Commodore badlv a slv
leenth out. then knocked Tulv Tosa. sidewavs a few vards further 011 Commodore had no
(haiiio after mishap
Fifth mce purge t; o for 2-veae-old.
W t
(KM jPrla lye. w. Davis..
.". IWIIIowdene UWllllarn!
C-2) Print. I Wllron . ..
c ts .'.Iinncram. anderlemt
f'l ll'rincess Orna A waiili
1.77 Arlena Howell .
'()nl Jlntmie. lamgue .
fls IA Ildr Fair Wrlckert
l A IMIss Haze) II nilmorej
tOur loe. Young
lllatlle Carr. H Mat
1 thews
(M2) 'Alhe Plan Troxler
Mcona. Wolff.. ... .
101 I
100 I
Time 20. :4W -SC
Show bMtlng: Ia?e, 2 to 1: Willowdene, i 10 S Fruit. 4 to ",
Mart good. Won easlll place cleverly Winner. O lleume & (-on, rh ! 2. Ileindoo
Ikiilanle La-la Iae4 liad speed of party and won without trouble. Willow-dene .lid his best
Fruit off badly, made up world of ground Mon.srram t & nice lace. Orna had 110
Chance wher she got oft Alice 4'latt delaved field collMderablv and wore her.elf out at port
Pixili race puree tISO for 2-vear-cldg and
'. 1
CIS Velos. lll.c .. 10.1 I
('-)') ll'ouniuol Pas w Iavil US 1
(I) ITrapeetier.il Anders'n! 0 ,
HI l-lliur. Howell 1
ill il'alhoe. J Cnwa I 1 A I
t t I-Wlper Vivas Cocolo 10i 1
TVs IMIss Hetlv Kmblen I M
111 llr l.ier. Illacelock Va 1
' i
Tlrre- ;4. zn 1 IS. i:. I (714
t(li.iw )e-lllug. Velri. 4 to I. Pas out 'lrap"tter 3 to 3
Mutt gaod Won In hard drlvo of two Winner. ONesli x I sn e b g, 4 Hamburr
Llartuwav ( los turned a f.nm pomermjult and stable was esulloaed that Ihe seloinr Would
b'-.larreii If sn further n vernal" fs.-euned l'as inlsht ht s r on vlth strnncrr rile. Tri,-tl-r
did his bei Mlnr ran improved ruco over last out Mils nutv did not run her race
FVIlt CI'.ObMIH l..sril!K
lirt rare 2-ear-ol.l. selling six furbriks
3 " "Howard Vend. " EM Tim Hurst s
47 "chanty i l4 ODlnlot ho
tl.3 Inniminable . J U 'lailltt Iluntsr.. Si
; I'Ktum Hat.. .110
r-econl rac, 8.3ear-oid Itllles six and a heir
K Llda Mvlun, .110 ." Cap . . .1'
a4 "laJ.a .. "a .i7 Allegrettr . ...
t( 'Irltile "llvsr 110 H4 "Atlas, .. .1")
lice Fail 110 X lira . .!
i VVallerln .110 370 'llride ...10.
oil rannetie HO
Thltd lac. 2 )rtr-eJJ and up, felling.
mile and a slxteeuin-
r.7)llndora II 4 (Ullswater .. . J.
i.i7 Vain "1 wi uruoklin . '
M Imbwlen .. l'O Clf"i Mudge ("anlllll X
CSIl'Woodlawn 04 'livevale .. ;
Uelle . 2 tji '-itiort Cake 9
SsS "FeronUi 2 4 Flora Mrigtit i
.. J'unctillo lot 134 lliictins . . 4
.) Artmetus .. ..101
ruurtli iaee, S-year-oIds, Mndliap. stveu fui
longs' Sfll King s Trophy 1
cl Tlie Cook . ..
i-4 Franco ... SI
er( Hadrian .
(.22 lrult
Mil Miss Powell.
I lllli rscr,
2)arcld and up, seltUig. r'
t-ej "l'lillles
2C4 "ol rmltli..
(,11 Tall) II
fit M XV. (I'NClll . SI
-.11 "Hensonliurst . .I0J
4 'Oudon .. . 'I
54) ft. V litis 4
"mil race.
-)es.-ulds and up, selling, ene
eiC Avoid '.7 (5741 Hernia . .105
(610 'Miss 15on . .. ''. M 'First One.. . V
ii-i 1-Hnja "7 . Maidy Oiorlster
ta.s 'Athena 4 t!6 Varna lono .. 7
tiF, UegIIia. H.. . ec, "King e Court. , V)
'.12 .Mlsmtlirore " i'C I'irrho mi
a-. Mlraela 11 101 iPaD'Hubbard . si
APpren'Ictlallowarco clnlmed
Fltst lUce Tim Hurst, ricture Hat Opinion
xeismd lUro Atlas III! ' . Hrlde.
Th'rd llaie Khort cke. Imbodsii. ajto.
Fourth llace ITaneo. King's Tlophj The
Fifth Itace I olles llgere, J W O Nell!,
Tally H
Hllh I'.ace Leenja. Ivemls, Ileglna l
First race, all ages, handicap, seven furlongs:
Grand Opera..
Fort Hunter..
Stevedore ....
128 The Musketeer . ..100
UHir Mnnewood . . .PS
.... 114 Marjoram . .. I '4
minima US
Peeoud race 1 ear-o!dj and up, selling, cne
n-lle: ard a half on turf: t
Keynote r) lilv I'otenuie . ..bs
falmreader 'i Iinl Bodge .. . HI
Hjmetti si Flira, ... . . JJ
llrlartliorpe '8 liar Lx Hue 102
Amur .1'"
Third nee. 2 vesr-oids and ui. handicap, one
rrlle nnd a quarter:
Wateibo) 1-6 Carbuncls .. . 110
Buge-ila Huich ,...1W Hello
Daleemaii 1'iC, (inklinr ))
Duke of Kendal.... 10" Lord Melbourne. 7
(loverland 13
Fourth race, the Trov, lllng, 2-)car-clds
five and one-half fuilungs:
Mllthless ..1") Hassle .. '. 1
Hhannonslde vr. (lladlatcr 102
Khorasean M Manila Cunnan .. . t7
(lotrara M Gold Ten
f-auNbur) Vi ailpln loi
Tripper lllghbcrr
Ilftli race 3 )ear-olds and up which Lave
not won at this meeting, selllug. one nup-:
Iri'h Witch lor. Thistle Hiather ...l'O
Monlrlaiiik l'J eanaohare 101
Grind Opera Hi Glisten M
Tol nan '(1 Mok-n Moments 101
Hlnah Shad 1U Easy Street 10s
Gn Between lo" nardolpl !0
Allan 5 Oarrlet- , M
Franeesca los Bemurrer . ., VA
Unmasked IW Agnes I) 101
Sixth race, for maiden 2-)ear-oIds. five and a
half furlongs:
IJnla I.ee 103 Plel Trao ICO
Maximilian II! Cediirstroin :12
Ilalmrnt 109 Bank 112
Saulsbrr 11: Bulwark 109
Princess n-tpert lVi Tennyburn HZ
Perry McAdow Ii2 undsv Gordon 112
Nellie Uuitell 109 Hegamans 112
New York, Aug 11 Saratoga selections:
First Hace waswlft. Grand Opera. Ill) Ha
teennd Ilace H) mettus. Bnarthorpe Kenote
Thlnl ftace Fuger.la Burch. Duke of Kendall,
Foutth Itace Gilpin. Krohassan. Giadlstor.
FIUm race Stolen Moments. Bardolph, Moun
tebank. Sixth race Maximilian, steel Trap, Sauls-berry.
up sevrn fn-l -irs
I I ' I I I 1 ivitlnr.
j U I I '. j M 1 I K fotn aovi
2,7.' 4 ? 1 1 jT 1 fio n-10 I I I
S r.U 1 ; 1 4 21- 3 I 3-2
r. I ink' -n i 1 Inkl -. I II 7
2 . Ihd lli.i V i. 4no t 10 !
4 Tnk ' I S" I 5 I in 1 7 I
5 I s I r." 1 . 1 ; I c I 11 1 2 ,
7 1 2nd r 4'- . I I 7 I (. 7 I
I I 4' ' 7ii.li 1U I IS I I! 1 1-i '
1 w
to 2. Ijindsdown. even
Winner. I I,cmt A f s c. r 4 Counter
ov erconfldenl at end and was almol nipped
rce Truck was a bit too hard for Worthincton.
anj up mile anl ventv vards-
Open Clo-e PI.
- - -
10 I 13 I
- i 1 i I
1. 20 I
1; I 1,
' 7
1. 17
' pi I
! 'J
up mile and .1 sixteenth
four ard a half furlonzs
H . . F.
IU Ink
2' 2U
2 S1
4 4'
I I.' .
I t.' (i
I I llettlnr
S F (Open Cloel PI.
I I 1
I I 1 j 12 n S
4" IT'. 7 s 4
I - ' 4 -. i
hd 4hdi I M li
I f" 5 T ' 3
."li. S i C 2
C I Thdl b I lOo 1 4i
2'. M I M SI I 12
' 1 si 1 1 1 ' (-.li .
ii 1 10 'I at , c 1 ji
12 It" I CO I to i 2o
i ! 12 1 6 5i 7-5 i ;-;
13 1 13 1 ,-. I CO 2l
10 I
" I
H:d .
7 I
3' 1
i" I
up. mile and eeventv vards:
I Jietunx
H I r ,'Open ciosei Pi
2' I lnol 1; 5Tl
' I 2'( I 6-i I S-10 1 2-:
3' 1 2lld .1 i s 5
4 4' I I 12 I
' ' I -' s s I Z 2
;! i ' i 12 4
J-'- 1 7' 1 . 7 1 2
2nol lnol 2
1 1 2't 1 V
snol 4i,o 2n
TO-I.)'H AI:l.l.M -...s-iaiiii
Fits lei, six fiirktfiss selling
7ona W.
Magic Flue
ITj Lsdy
Japan .
Agnes llieraisn .
-J'3 Truuaehs p,2
12 nrord .N'es .. . :ui
i ifsggle leber... p.)
tJlinenne . . .litl
1W Chocks yolts . ., )(i
.. ffi
i etond
ie hanillrsp HeplecJiae.e, ahvit
Trenct Ihe Mere
Oliver Me.
Jack Do)l
Humlijque )ou ,
I.aura K
ThlrJ r(e. oris nilli
vililie 1'Iunie., 101 1 1
Hmperor of lnAla.,.103 )
101 1 Brancas
.. 1(0
rlncesi Tulane
Fourth race, six furlongs:
(treen down
Mli-hael 11) riles.
I ad) nllion
Captain Mrtolh ..
M Casej . .
Moorish Damsel
Albert Fir
laid)-. Fsshhai..
Utile Kenne)
Mar EJesnor
I.JIli liixon
laidy Pawiv .
. Sj
Fifth race, su furlengs. t-lllng:
My Alice
lulla M .
Redman .
. lei
. bit
llnit W aler..
7be Might)
Hlxth race, ono mile and sevent- )ards
Telephone .
II.11 Hale .. .
Maud Muller
. m
.. 9S
.. 3
Voila .. .
(Tttivlene .
Fte. kuiun
Hweet foli(
.. (
Seventh race, mile and senlr lards, selling.
Joe Kre)
Holden Mineral..
Kthel Wheat ...
Cardinal Wolsej
.Mile Vlrgle
l'etrem Utallde
Kllrnorle . .
In entor
I'rlnce of 1-llecu
Blue Mint ...
Weather (lesi, track fast
Chicago. Aug II m-lectiors
rir-t race l
Chack)olle, C')pil-
Second Hate Trenct the Mere
Thiid Itdte-Brancas.
I'rlneeva Tlilan, !..
....., e i 1.- ' --. -.in-
fa.-a.es va JIIJIA
rJi'th Ilace Gieen Gosn. Olrdle-tone. Ijdy
t'lflh Ilace-lhe Might), My Alice, silent
Hlxth Itaee-I'lhslenc Cam. llalnault.
h'verth Itare-l:lu- Mint, loe (rey. Gij.n
Missouri tnlley League,
At To;ukl-
11 11 1:
ntubuig 11 11 3 0 0 n 4 2 01 9 ;
Topela 0 0 o 0 2 U 1 9 li-s J j
Batteries ilttst.uig. Halls and -al.llgli. To-
rcka-Ilugh'e. McHrtli) and Hcbrant Time
of game One h'ur in I thirty minute. I'ni-
plte Vltnit"
At btdaila-
i. v.
Sedall- . 0 ti
hprlngflelii ..10
t 0
1-4 S
Batteries Heilsiia. Bunion. Hutter and Hto
ner. hprlngfield. Piieer. Grig and ehmi It. Time
of game one hour and thlrtv minute" Crn
.irc Cu-atk v
At laaienwcilh
1 II K
Iola . 11 1 I 11 1) -; 0 1 s 12 2
Leavenworth .10 2 0 1 1 11 1) 0 a 9 1
Batteries lola, Motg&n ard Siigie: Leaven
worth. Cates and lllrich Time of gam- One
hour and forty minute. Umpire Collins
At I oft fi oU-
I. 11. i:
.1 0 11 0 1 r. n 1 ft 3 7 e
Fcrt Kcott
Joplin 2 I 1 o 0 0 0 1 27 s.
Batteries rort hcolt Durbln and Armstrong,
loplln. Torrenee and Vanderhill. Time erf game
one hour and twent)-flve mlnulea Umi.ire
Poplar Bluffs S. Dlc-hl it.
Popuir Bluff. Mo . Aug II. Poplar Bluff
made It two straight from the Diehls of the
Trolley League here to-ela). The score was
5 to". The feature of th game was the work
cf Bartl'). center fi'lder for the Diehls Karh
team sot five hits. Batteries Duff) and Keck
Boiand and Daughert).
Cotton Halra League.
At Monroe No game: rain.
At Greenville Greenville 4 Vlcksburg 2.
At Baton Ilouge Natchez 7. Baton Uouge 2.
K. I. T. Lea an e.
At Hnderson Cairo 4. Henderson 2, twenty
At ffopklcsv Hie Psdueah 9, Hopklnsvllle 4
At Vineennes Clarksv ills t. Vlncennes J, six
teen Inning".
Will !.iil Into .JcHiics ou the
Start, .'mil Mix .Muttem
From the First.
!irt. if He 'iin Ifcach the J!ig
Fellow in ihe Right Spot, He
Will Put Him Out Without
Anv Trouble.
6,in Traiiclseo, Cal , Aug 1L Jack. Mun
ro. the mlner-t ugllist, who will shortly
ined the hithtrto Invincible Jim Jcffiies,
to-dav gave his rc-nson for believing tli.it
he will vvetr the Ik lvv-wolglit cliampion
shlp crown In about tvo wks
"I have had i Kreat nnnv intpiirbs from
friends is to 1 ou I am going to fight
Jeffries and v li it pi in-. I have In mind to
put avv.i) th- (hamplon of the world when
we meet the latter p.ut of this month,"
'aid .Monroe 'I will state fr.inkl) how
I r III light the big fHluw as I do not be
lieve in sccret methods
"First of all. I shall w nie into him from
tiie Mart of the guag I am not afraid of
his punchc, us I have nsli d tim la fore-,
and I believe 1 can put over wallops .is
dn.idlj and fiere" .is hb I bellevo I can
beat Jeffiles, but if I lo( I want to go
down and out In ,i r-ood hard fii-lit, So
f side-stepping (,r riuming awav foi mine
"A great man) jn-ople think I am clum
sy, and to use the (pressioii I have
heard, 'fight like .111 old v.om.in ' Xow. I
don't pretend to Ik i il incing itnstr like
Corhett. and I gui ss I wouldn't make .1
prettv snapshot for ,1 cam ra, but I light
for the result I know 1 can hit to hurt
and an take good nunishment when it
comes my vv.i) Hut these two together
and It gives, ,i naon why I am going; to
m ike Jeffrii s hustle when vc meet
"These stories vou hear about the
thlckii(s of Ji ffrles's kuil. his tough
skin and the inipos-lhilitv of hu'tinc him
nre rather amusing to me lvcry lighter
knows tint an) man can be put away If
)0u reach him In the right spot lie's pot
to go no milter what his ph)Slque is Of
course, I i tn talking ibout a punch, not a
slap. Sow. 1 am not cross-cv ed. iVm't
wear blinkers and genertlly hit what I
am looking at 1'nder the. conditions I
rin't fco whv Jifirle's defeat is so un
11k. I).
' I know I shall he a big vrlce in tiie I et
tlng and that nuUit to riow that the
public don't think I can win, but it docs
not impress nu- that ni) at all John 1,.
went down and out wlpn nt i short prce.
Cor'iett fiJIovid and th 11 old I'll wert
asleep to the novice Jeffries There'?
some sure dope foi )D All tho cham
pions have .zone that wnv nnd Jeffrl.a
will do tho same thing when his tutu
"Now ple-iso don t think I am nonce ited
or hive "p(nt mv time tiainini. mv bealn-i
I know I .un the iimbi dog and must
make good hi tlie ring bfore peep'- will
believe in me. but I lnvo civdi .1 f t w rea
sons why 1 think mv cImikc a:.' tfooil.
I have a right to my own belief" any
wa), haven't I"
lit.'!'! DI.lCypKC'IAL
fan rrnnclsio Aug II -All) doubt as
to what condition ( hampton Jeffries Is
in was settled )csterda) when the (hiim
pion fllt a Commi"1aoiiee Jn from his
training I'uiirurs with order-- to take all
of the JIunroe monev In s't-lit at 1 to 2.
Tills s not onl) nvfdenie) of the cham
pion's condition. It ts thoi'tht. but Inci
dentally shuns the great conflilt nee which
tho e-liamplnii has In ii's ubllity
Tlio big fellow hus begun traiiilnar at
his Hit bin Springe camp, uiid he oxcpecls
to sun'rise mull) uf ids ft lends lu- bis
Jood conciltlori when he ente-s th- ring
effrl known that he will not di.iw an)
reconl-bnakitig houe far as the re-rs-irts
aro concerned, nnd 'or that rea
son he Is anxious to get down a few i,iioil
bets. So that when lit- wins he will have
much mon- than the purit. a- Ills s'lare of
tho profits.
Jeffries tried lo keep Ids object a secret,
and Kave ordois to his commissioners to
go about quietly so a-s to get the la-st of
the orders if tHo-slblo Tho t ommls"ioner
hast been unable to get down suit hisivy
bels 110 to tlu- picscnt lime II is likely
that thei Monroe mom v will be bet on
tin number of rounds the miner will
KW( IvI'lttlOI'RI'll.
laiiluri". II.INH) Fen 1 11 re sloUe
llilikrrg In MruiKbt llenln.
New Yorl:. .tg 11. At the rirand Cir
cuit races ot the Empire City track "ofO
pmons witnessed some high-ela's 1 vents
on .1 fan track The big stake of tlio da
was tlA J!0(l Knickerbocker for 2 14
trotlei". Of the original entiles onl) six
came to the post, with Sviel Marie the
chnlco ut JJXI, John Mc .mil Katlierine A
at JTo i ich, and the lit Id $15 The favorite
won, nfter two exciting finishes
The 2.U trut .tnk,. llO.Om m!l IMI, (.. n
III Ihree
hw.'. ur ' nl McKinney. ilani b
, an h iiiiinuiiiiti --niitii7
VlltO. b S (He llj.ler) .
Ji hit Mr h I, (Gecrsl
lald I'alchle, li m (Kikersl
Kalherlne A . b 111 (Thomas)
Mar (las', li 111 (Kenneji
Time. 2 10'- 2 10.
2 JT. pate. 2-)(ar-old. pulse $2,0.0
I 1
. 3 I
a 4
. 4 :.
. C r,
iwo in tnree
Horras II . b f . bj Wiggins Suesui
Tlm onwnrd tThomas) .. .
Teddy Weaver, b c (Dillon)
liucKlocK en g icurr)) . 4 (
Ilnlass, rh f (Joll)) . .2 1,
(Jueen rf Forkhiirst, b f Thomp-tn( 7 4
Simon Kenton, b e (Hudson) (i u
Time 2 lix. 2 Id.
2:21 trot, purse $i mile and an eighth da.h:
Louvaln, b m . b) l.micelrt -Xerlne h Ken
tucky Frlnee (VlelMnald) . 1
Aldcne b g (Thomas 1 . 2
Lta. br m CO" It)der) . 1
Binnle Ln.-., h m (Iioide) .. 1
Jeanetle . s
(Vnflenza . (.
Meirv Jce . . ..7
Time. 2 31"
2.12 trol. i.uise 17'jO mile and an eighth-f-tanlej
Dillon. I. ni by s-idnej Dillon
Ath'rlan. by Htelnwaj ((beisi. 1
Gol 1 Burr, cfi m (l.ery. ... J
I sly Gall Hamilton, blk. in (Hudson). ... 2
Black Thorn, blk g (Deit-der) . . .
I.lllle Fn-iter Boy . . . . i
Annie Little . . . 6
Time. 2 3Ji-
2.10 pace, purse tu"t. dish in mile
Darius, blk g. ly Fred VV like Alinald by
Almont (Howiari . 1
Ben I b g (Dell-den . ..
ollle Wood. br. c (I'lillllpsl.. . . . 1
Sadie Itiron ch m. (snow) 4
Brown HeeH .. .. 5
Gil Caton ft
lnnlv C 7
Miss Ophelia
Time 2 09'-
Millard Cn ptures Vlallorv Trnpli).
West Hoden. Lnd , Aug. 11 I.cm VMII-iril ft
Chlcngo. breaking n out cf a pceII!. DO ,sr
get". won the Mallory Trophy at the Indl ma
TrarsluK t( rs' tournament to-dav In tie 200.
target event, VV. II Crosbv eeorid high -.un
with 161 breaks Other "--ores were: c Hl-rchy.
152: Har-ild Monev. 133 v. II Heer. ll:
llus.ell Klein O N. Ford C. M I'owtrs I'7
rM Bre.lr 1S4; J F. Mallor), 17 I I'arkcr.
Logan Ballard. 182.
Ilrovrn Connty Fair Ilesulla.
Mount Sterling. Ill . Aug. 11 The rmu In
ttenJsnce at the Brown Countv Fair to-dav f
lo. .ivnit (HA '. un ran.. .... t.-.a 1
was about 6 000
nie races resulted as
2 20 trot Lillian Parson
Ungate, second: fcecretar-.
won; Knight Bel
, thlnl Best time.
2 15 pace--"iliIardon's won, Bozara, second:
Daisy C. third. Ia-et time 2.5)
Mile novelty running IJIllj Pink, quarter;
Jim Gore, half and three-quarter, half. Tag.
mile. Time, 1:17.
Sonthern lieagae.
I.ltlle Bock 1. Montgomery 7: first game.
Little Rock 8. Montgomery 2. eecotid game
Ho'-ton Clout.-, I'clty Out "f Box
and Treats Siever Almost
As Bad.
Little Secoiiil I5iiiiii.iii .Milken
Five Hits-, luclinlin Two
Doubles, Out of Fne
Times at the lint.
sriMiiMi or 'i in: ci.i ii.
merie-iiii teflgae.
nub i" w l. i'. t ( iui i vv i. rvi
nicaso 3S N) H 612 (I've HI '' (I ('
llrrslen '.". ."7 .1 !- D't-Oll 'it -' 4l
S Vork S2 .-. 28 "01 1-KWIls SS 3 ! 4 1
I-nlla '2 W J. "-. Wa.h S2 21 71 2-4
liere Tlie) I'lli).
II ii-ton at -t le.ul- l-hili at tleceland
N V at (hlcigj I W I'll at lletrull
cslerdn) s Itewnlts.
I i-m 12. Ittiwrs I fierrolt 7 Wash 3
Phil 2 nevflarl 1 I I l.-ago I. N ) '
litniri) f'ollins's asgregation o' bill
pl-i)(rs fnnn Iloston got tin ir bats i'l
working order vesterda) afternoon ttnd
dcmoll-ho,! li I'eltv and I-I biever at
Sportsman's I'aik. . h'-ii the tin('.an'"
was cleared up and the .lam'ige estimated
It was found tint thee two gentlemen
lnd been punctured "d-ctocn tim(. Iio3
ton's sixteen raps netted twelve runs
while fourteen raps off Jesce TannohiU
onl) gave five runs to St. Iajuis
Harnc) sot his humps first. This ;.". e
to him the .-uTsfaclion of sitting on the
bench four and two-third innings, where
ho beheld Boston clouting Sievi r with
much vim
Ever since Jake Ptahl knocked one of
Barne)'s curves into the cow pistur.
across the strict from the park Hnrpey
lias berap nervou" His sleep is disturbed
bv visions of J ike swinging his trust)
club, and he starts from his slumbers
)clllng for McAleer to have the f' nee
pushid out on the pasture
This unfits Uarne) for the regulnr du
ties of a pitcher, and cvpinins whv Cos
ton found the Farmlngton phcncin -o
easy jesterday
After I'elty was pushfc off the map.
the scenery about the pitching mound was
adorned by tho handsome Kdwari) Hiever.
Piever Is a Ilremin by profession, when he
Is not plajliifj lull, and began to team up-
I'or two innings mllowing his occupiny
of tho bov he deliverid the bills in grot
slnpe, but In the -eventh inning the. vi-i-torn
iioured a couple of t linkers Into
Eddie's boiler and he exploded with due
While tho grape and canNler were being
poured Into the Hrowns. (lenerol CoI'lns
wore, it sclf-t-atislled smile
In fact, JJameri looked quite heroic in the
hour of victor) He strolled up ind
dov.n the thinl Uise. line neoiiragiii". his
bravtrf to hack Slever to pl(-ccs, ami well
they obe)el the rommantb i
A hilu tho "doings" wite at their
height!'. Hilirick (lispla)nl great pres
ence of mind During tie rout Ernmett
conducted hliiis. if with incoming distlur
tion At tile bit he m.idi. t.vo sdt-ritlco
hits, u sinj,!- and trijle. ain't Lored two
run- Hut thero a mor- to the Hridrielt
Invcnlorv Out In enter Heidrltk dls
pin)cd Ills greatn(-s lij colibllng Mr libs
without oa inutli as --pralnliii a hair on
his head
In the third Hii.lri. k earned the iver
ltsllng snuiltide of thu fans liv diving In
to tin midst of u wondrujs hit ly Mhhl
lieddi I'aient. who wan on Hist when
tahl hit the ball, mad- :i b lltn. for the
circuit of the busts Freddie was putting
Duffv's fLunl to tiie iaii whin ho heard
his tiarumatis tiling frantic illv for him
lo return to his origin-il mooting 'e
bickpcdal'd. but befnro lit rtmiidl Hi st
,i relnv- by IIIdrIck .mil Wall ict- h.ul him
(Hitglil two lenf,th". and 1 inplre Connolly
onhird Freddie back to dry dock for in
tuits l03TONS JIIGIITV MinnEis
Huston's mighty midget". Parent ami
ferrlss, ngaln astonished the native-, by
their clcvti- work In the fourth iriimit
I"rcd I'Hient went flush ovtr Meond.
scooped tip lMt) s grounder and tos.it d it
toward second. Ferrlss was eovring s.c
nnd for tlie throw It wus a bit hlgli Hole
extended liltni-' If about a )nnl nnd a lialf I
and pulled in the bull He tout lieil stLOnd.
nut Coniiniiv ibebleil that Kahoe-s foot
leached the pillow hrst .mil he d. clare-d
Mike s.vfe 'Ihepti) howtver was one of
the cleverest seen .it a local pirk .mil
explains why Boston won the world's
W..llact- made one of his usual pltvs In
tlie ninth Inning, vvlin he captnttd n drive
off I'lront's ,at vvllh Ins gloved hand and
lo-vtii Prul out at llrst
t'nlil vestcrdiv it was gen( rallv sup
plied that Ft rn was backward with the
willow. Hit he shattelei Hint theory b(
joinl repilr In fut, Hobe's woik with
tin- tick mule him look grtuter thin lt-joit-
Out of live Hints tip this wondt rful
midget cracked the bill live times, i n ()f
his raps went for doub es. IVins's hitK
edit live runners .icro-s the plate
Wnllace nNo had a good dav Willi the
Prostatic Troubles
permincntly cured, no
matter how long
standing the disease,
ill from 3 to 10 da)s.
cured In 15 days, with
out cutting, pain,
drugs or detention
from business.
Time of cure, lo to Qjn-J-;---,
.uf 7SyMXNnono-E(:TED
Consultation I, i. ... ""
V-Lee-'. inSVri.:
'" xvrvr .0U a rI','',l).
r , .
Hfl nAAU J ""t,, my
n. uuui-t BtBlCflL CO.,
EttMblhktd 1890.
Vi WTl mef iSP?SVry-."'1 '""- Pmnnent cur
;DCtf!fr)i ne o nn I sioo daily.
tnci-dULUa&yu.i $5 weekly.
St. Louis Office, 316
CMe-nico limre
. Delivered Anvivhete.
LIGHT OPERA, 3-2, Won.
POURQUOI PAS, 6-5, 2nd.
LEILA, 8-1, Won.
Our Clianfs Received the Above Yesterday.
H' Ar
3-1 Certainty
w-illow. the little Scot slar-imimr out three)
nnoivxs score kiks-t.
t I.ouls was first to ycor-. Kurkett's;
single, a sae-ritice hit by Heidrlck and Mo
ran's single giving to them a. run In the.
flrrt Inuliiif Iloston evened m ttttrs up by
scoring In the .seco'id inning on Eachancc
slng.e, a wild pitch by 1'elt) and Ferrih's
llrst single.
Hurkett's singb. II. Idrick's second sac
rlitce lilt and Wallace's llr-t double gavo
to the locals a rin In the third.
A base on bills to Freeman. I-irInnce's
single ami a doubb. b) Ferns n tied Bos
ton two nn in I tie fourth.
I'elty walked Selb.icli as an opener In
the llttli. This j,flt. coupled with a. pasea
ball bv Kahoe. and Stahl's tingle, gavo
to rostnn a tail)
At thLs Junrlure Felly a3 hanging; on
the ropes, all uur and McAleer t.ilbd him
hone in us Sicvt rs succeeded I'elty.
I'or tii rciiijindir of the liftb. nnd t"
rntire eixth Inning biever ).mked them
over in. .-! but In tin vcnt!i muictlilin;
awful li ippened
IMrrnt "irileil and htahl t-acrificcl. ( '
lilts sinelid. oring Parent. 1'rieinan -in-gle-d
ami took foiiil on I'.urk. tf error,
l-i ( haiv wa!k(d. llll'ns the bises. Per
r's -'nbil. "(or.n O.iins and Tret man.
I.i Cha.itc xortd on Fanel-- inlitld tap.
liei.lrifks ingl'. Wallace's .lollble and
J. n. is -ingle gave to M la-juis two runs
In this Hilling , ,, .
A tuple bv Tan i t a bae on balls to
Collins, blevcr's pilieling of Frcera-in and
ilmul. s b) I-i( hanc and b' rrl- gave tc
CoIIins's men four runs in the r!g.lr,.
Hr Idrick's trinle and Wallace's doubla
gave to .-t l.ouH .i rim In the nutti.
sr. i-(ie I-
Ml. IL
!'urett. lef field
lleldriel. tenter (Kid
iloran third bis.
Wallace. ehorlMop..
Jire- .et'nd la-e .
llMiee rlsht-IWd .
--l gden. llrst biee
KaV . at her .
I'elty rncner
I 11 27 11
Sdhirh left fleld
Parent ehortete;,
Manl. cen.T ilel.l
Collins thlnl Irtu
Frt-einan riht field
I- Chariee lle-t Nlfe
r erri-s. (- ond li.le
Carrel! tat. her
Tann-hlll, Htchcr
TotaW .
t-t IlW
1 0
0 J
0 1-t
4 o 12
) 1
10 1
ll--rne.l runs- -t laiuis (. IleiJoii S. Tivo-bvs
hits WalUio . augden 1. I'crrts 2. Colllrs 1.
i Cham- 1 ThrtT bee hit- Parent 1. Heid
rifk 1 .-acrltic- bit Htldrick 2. Mahl 1. Trou
ble iUs lltllriek VValliee and rlgden J-las-ed
balls Ivahjt 1 Stolen baees Kahe. I
Hit 1.3 ilttl.r liv S-teverl, Krteman 1. "rtm
pitehee I'elty 1 Riecs on UUl-(Jt I'elty 2.
off Severs 2. off Tannehlll 2. Strike outa B
I'elt t tv -itver9 3. b Tamehlll 7. Innlnga
r ltc-ie.1-Il I'elty 4 13 bv slevera 4 2-3. Hlt
Of I't'.t) 7. off Slevers " Ia-ft on bases KU
Louis s Iiietnn 1 Time of game One jjour and
Hfty-elht minutes Umpire CVn-iolly.
I'lilluilclpliia -. Cleveland 1.
Cleveland O. Aug. 11. 'vVadde'l and rn
hanl pitched spiendi I ball Iliiladclphla eenred
in the thirtctnth on Jlurph)' ras. M. Cro-"'s
"iierlhce. -AlIu-ccVs hit and Pmi' muff of
Lai lie's throw Attendance. 2.715 fiire:
Cleveland l'hlladelt hia
AllIIOtM) "f-Hi''i
I'v cf 3 2 4 0 Hart5el If t li 2 0
nick rf .. 3 o 3 0 0 llck-i-"-. Cf 4 11 J
Lajoie. 2b 4 1 3 I 1 Havls, lb .7 OB 1
Bradl'v 3b ". 0 1 S 1 I.CTos. 2b 1 1 2 4 0
Carr. lb. 4 3 1 " eb'J. rf . - 0 o "
Iaish. If -.1100 Murphy. b; : ! 1 "
Turner, s . 4 1 1 3 1 M Cross, ei 3 1 4 4 I
I'eml3, c. .1 o 11 1 4 hreck. c. s 1 14 z 0
Lemh'd. p 3 0 V 0 V) addell. p 0 1 2? '
Totals . 4) "32 IS C Tt tals 1) Z 1' 1
Cross cut. hit b) batted ball.
Cleveland . 0001000 ft 0000 01
Phlladelphlx. 9 0010000000 12
i'ir.t rn t rrors rhllailelplila 2. neveland 3.
Two-bape hits laijole 1. Bay 1, M Cross 1
Three bvs hits Murphy 1 fcicrifice hits Flick
1 M ero. 1 Stolen bsre Lajoie 1. llemls 3
JI Cros 1 Harfel 1 UuMe plays Ie CTc-s
and Davis 1 iue on ball Off B-rrhaM C off
Wal.'ell 4 lilt with bill H) V.addell 2. Ix-ft
on b-iSe.-CI. veland 7. l-hllad!rhla 15. Struck
out Bv Iternhard i, by v addell 4 Time Two
hours ard tea irj-lutt v Umpire Dwyer.
(llili-iisro 1. Xeir Yorfc O.
C '.-ago, Aug. 11. Chicago elan cut New Tori
t ,-tlay In one, cf the cleanest and most per
fect!) plnved games of the season. Attendance,
3 coo Score
Chicago l 7-ew lork.
Oren. rt 1 1 I 1 IVh'rty. lf.4 0 1 1
Jeres cf.. 1 (i 1 o 0 Keeler. rf..4 1 2 ll
Cull-vn If 1 1 4 a n Kiherrd. 1 .1 2
Iliivl. e . 3 a 1 X I) 'W III me. 2b 4 0 0 6
T nehlll, HI 1 . Cinzcl. Ill I : I (i '
letieii. lb : in: . i"uitz cf ...s 1200
Duntl n, Ji t, 1 1 11 ( nrov 3b 4 0 4. 0
- liv an. c 1 1 4 1 n Kleln'tv. c.J 0 4. 2
V hlte. p I 0 2 t, 0 Powell. J... 3 10 1M
Totaiii -T t. -f la 0 1 Totals ..22 C 2J 11 "
(Tlcu.ro . . .(I 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 ..1
i )o-k ..00000000 0-1
I-eft on lias" Chicago C. Xut York C Stolen
his-Huu Ion 1 s.ruck out I!y White 4, by
Ponell 4 Iti-m cu balle Off White , off row
ell 2 Hit i1th pitehd ball-Jon's 1 Time
(i le hoar and thlrt)-rl: mlnutei1 Umpire
Delrolt 7. iislilnglt.il ll.
Detroit, Aug 11. Tu-da)' gan.e m. char
act.rlz.j i j riany weak pleys, Oleary and
tassid) offerdlng most Hughes s basen cn
talN. a will throw and a wild pitch al
helesl Detroit Attendance. 3,M. bcore:
Deto.lt t VA ashlngton.
IS-vnett cf3 o ? 1 o I Midi!, lb. ..3 0 14 0
("Chun, 2I 3 o 1 2 0 Mill. 3b 4 2 J S o
l!ili- If 1 1 .' li 0 vt c-mk. 2b 4 0 0 li "t
i irford rf.' I 1 o 0 lluelnn. If 4 1 1 0
Il'kmn. lbl J' 1 ' O N'ell cf 4 2 0 0 0
la we. 2b 4 0 12 n.D'n'v'n. rt.3 Olio
Irlll e 2 u e 1 1 i Cas'Hv, s .4 2 2 4 2
() L-ar) .422? S , llttrire, c. ( 1 4 2 n
Klt-cn. p . 3 I 1 1 0 Hughes, c.3 0 0 S 1
Totals 27 7 27 13 4 I Ti tals ...23 3 21 17 3
Detroit 00030130 ..7
VVashingto.1 0 0001001 13
T 'j baie bits Huelsn-an. Threo base hit -Ioblnon.
-icrlflce hits Barrett. Crawford.
Hickman H-.t en errors Detroit 1. Washlng
trn I llase on ball" Off Kitson 1, oft Hughes
4 stnick out Hv Klt.cn C. I ) Hughee 3.
Double plus Hurett. O'la-iry and Hickman
Left rn bas Detroit 4. Washington 3. Wild
pitch Heights mt wltfi Inll-blali! I'm
piles O'laiUKhlin and Hfng Time l.M.
Centrnl I eugne.
At l.t uisvllle. i:vansvllli- n. Cnnd TtaplJ. 3.
'iTttt Hsiile Terre Haute a South Itend 7
At I.ivlo-i IHvton 1. Wane 2.
At W hei line Firt Cam- VV hf t ling 5, Marion
4 s nnd t, i-iew heeling 14. Marlon 6
Private Diseases
cured In 3 to 10 da) i,
without the use of poi
sonous drugs.
Nervous Debility
Curi s quick and radl
cil in J to CO di)s by
my own famous
cured without oittins
In from 3 to loda)s.
Blood Poison
Every vtstlge of i-ison
removed from s)stem
without aid of mer-
'"" -"r T' '""V- ...
'""JJ ?.f ten" ictt m-Jone
"- -".., ..-..
ns thev appear to
honest nnd cinilld opinion ui j. v.
HfHT - ii nnn c-iihj" i
4K.'a2aa x v
lii oi.ivn Miiciir.'.,'-":;""'
llcuri: S . m to s p m : hundars 9 ti - only
Fulisrtsn Bldg., 7th and Pine Sts.
ll'J Ilnirborii St. th Hoor.
link Sheets on Tile for inspection.
To-Dny. Sntnrduy, 10 to SO 1 Certainty.
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