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THE ST. LOFIS REPUBLIC: SISTTTIJDXT, BlUGTJST 13. 190 f."
w r.nrslns an Injured anklo. Hemphill took hl place, at left. I'adden was aIo out. net Hick s honed up on the coaching line? for awhile, thus srivinf to the local popu lace .1 irl!mpn cf the world-renowned econd baseman. HICKS VOCAL. CHOHDS INJURED. Of late I'adden has not shown In the ramc. lie it rurslnjr on Injured ankle. Hut It remain. 1 until j-stcrday for the fan? to discover that Dick's vocal chords nre also irona-red. Hick oached. but the exertion wai more than hi voc;:! :.or.l would stand tor. and they went on a strike, fnrctni: Iilck back to the benen. IVltv r-iieve.1 I'adden of th.; arduous tafk'of 'Caching, but Barney t not much feared for h ability, and his presence on the Iir.e m-nt unnoticed by the lsit or As usual the Champion playa a spot-:- cinie In the tkll. Their work wa iilllant thri'Uchoui. "lol.e JVrrlss crushed Into nine chanc i.umped his way and accepted them all. 'iom: batted poorly. l.ut "Hobe" fell down in other respects. I.xs: Thursday the Nutmeg b'tate product pummel'd Mr. Slever and Mr. I'elty for live hits. Two of tho little fellow's raps nni for double'. Hut yesterday thi3 wonderful pluscer of a d.iy fell l-efore Sudhoff liko a Russian outpot-t 1-efore a Japanese eharee. Hobe failed to butt into th" hit column at all. After hi failure to make a hit the first time up the second baseman went bdek to his tent ar.d sulked. When he failed a second time he refused to hold converse with the. rest cf the nlavers except in slcn !anRuiE. Emmett Ht'.drirk acain starred for St. Iul. Eminctt !s soif.i at such a pace now that he his pushed th r-st of the Brown out of the limelight completely. He tot two r.f the loiMl sis hit, and rerpted four changes sent his wa. Karris and lunet n monotwlized the at- rniloti of the local fan. In fact, they were about the-whole Ehow. "Irish Rill" had all the speed that w.i M when he practically licked Pittsburg, find his evhlhition wai cllt-edced. BOSTON CINCHES VICTORY. Boston cinched the came In the. first ln r.Inp. when a walk to fc'clbach. Parent's racttfice hit and Slant's doub'.o sae to them the fir run of the pam. Hridrlck was the only local to reach firt In the opening tannine, poir.c to bj; No. 1 on four wide ones. onlv one visitor reached first In the se-ond. ""riser beinff passed by Fudhoff. Tom Jon, made the first hit of the came off Hineen in the second, it belt:? a up in front of the plate, on which Lm- neen slipped in tryir.fi to field. In the sixth rienipnlll and Heldrick e3ch slnpled. but Hemphill was thrown out tryin to steal, while Hcldrict was forced at second. ,, Collins reached first on a walk In the seventh. Kahoe reached the initial sack on a single In the cglith. In the last innlm; doubles by Parent end Freeman Rave to Boston the second and lat run of the Kame. Heidrick and Jones each singled in the locals' ha.f of the ninth, but Hynes struck out retiring the side. "Cy" Youne ar.d' Glade will oppose each other to-day. The score: Andersen 1 Dcubl nlay Ocnrey ar.d Ani--M 1 struck cnt-I!v Own 1. hy Orth ! I!a on ImI: OCT On-n 1 off Or:b t It! with hall n.bcrf-ld 1 1 in- -On hc-r ass ihmy mlna:. L'rnplr Sheridan Detroit ft. Vnhtnc;ton . Detroit. Ails 12.-KHllan'a Use pitch!-: too much fcr Washington. II etnick out t'n c-'n. itenerally at critical t!m, Th v!lto- called an early lead, bat by Good ptijlnc and I'rlll' lilt. n-1;h two c-n bare. Ietrolt forfe-i iihoi! Ilirkiriin did his firt safe htt'li? re J'ttilnit the cms. thr iliyj i(co. Alteiidince. !li s'ecre- CROIIR'S PITCHING BEATS CARDINALS Detroit Alt 1IO.A E. r.irr-tt. cf.: : i ' cnnn. ;i. i t i i j:ou pen, ir 3 11J(4 rf.5 H'kman. lb 3 lmc. rli.. 2 Prill, c . .. -'Isri', --J Ktllian p...; 1 0 : o 3 : s 12 1 1 11 2 fl 2 1 1 0 3 ToUls ...25 5 27 11 I athimrton. AH 11 n.A.E. f tahl. lb. . i 0 S ii urn. :b... j i : S!c)(. 2b 1 1 3 a irisman. If.3 2 2 0 0 O'Neill. CT.1 0 0 ' 0 tVn'Tan. r!l I M Ca.iHr. s . 1 I J 1 Kltt'der. r.l 2 4 1 0 Jnc.'b..c. p.3 1 I 5 0 Clatle ...10000 Tetal. W C 21 It 1 Hatt(S for JaccbJon In r.lr-tfc. Wahlncton 02000000 0-3 B'trolt 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 .-J named niru-Dti-o!t 1: Waa'ilrtton : Two Me hltsltol.lnHon 1 Three-lvise hll Iluels rrlin 1 S-trrlfli-e hlti-j.'ouplilln 1 I.ne ;. ri'I.rary 1. Mci'ormlck 1. ifN'ell t Jlie en ell-Vff Kllllan 3 eff Jamh.on 5. Halks Kl'iian ! Hit Ith ball-Kllllan 1. Pirn en errors Detroit 1. Washington 1. Left rn tae lietrr.ft j Washington f-truck cut By Ki'Han 10 by Jaci'tson 3 Duhle plava O IarA I,iwe Rnd Htrkinap 1 WIM pllchf - Jax.l.wn 2 Tine- Tho hours an-1 five m.n utcs. t nrlr"s Kins an-1 O'livuhlln. PYGMIES INDULGE IN MUD FIGHT Hrooklvn's- Triant Slalmian Lets Nichols's Alen Down ' With Throe Hits H-r Xo Hun?. GRADY'S SUSPENSION ENDS. One flSSB I '.lai.. ..i.m M Ait ii o An. H a - u o ; Keiicy. iu : 1 : 1 U 1 2 ! ! j-, is I 2 I! l' U I 1 ' 0 i S' i m. ur. !; t o 1 0 B 0 S 1 0 S"-.-ln. r! 0 1 2 f 1 1 v I'llxiP. !f. 1 n 0 1 I 0 0 0 0 .i .-. -an. .1 - I I'M 12 2 1. .-ilnf t. :b I 1 f ( , 1 2 4 0 I. - t 4 I s ! 2 s OH 1 OH .IruR. 2b I i 1 4 1 , Sj olio Keiiutc. j s 2 : 6 i y T.tai .. 27 12 1 T ri'i , 12 T. Vi 2 bv Walker 3 racM balis S'-h'ei i. Ttme hi.ur ar.d frT clnutes fmp'i- Eras-ie. siyo.vp c.AMn .eu lork AH.II.O.A.C n n n. ci.ib Hr.ffne. rf 3 fi-ilin J1' .4 MO inn. lli 2 M!1-, c' 1 r...nln. cf. 3 Iald-n. ..4 fli'.!.n. a. 1 ll'nran. c. 2 Ames, ? 3 New York 0 1 1 i - 0 0 - r OnclnnaU QOuvIOOJ'-- Two-base hit LVilan l Sa. riVe h' Ilrowne b Gilbert 1. stoVn Tiaeji Her ' - 2 Donlin 1, Corcoran 1. STmfMt 1 W '' n bases New Vork 0. Olnrlnnin 3 First !" -e r balls ClrT Atn-s 2. off Ki ':ni 2 Ki-st kv- ' errors New YorV 4 Cincinnati 1 .-Jtru-k - ' -Pv Ames 7. by Kell-jn J Wild plf- - '.el- lurn 1. Ames 1. Tine ce tjr.r anJ ntt. nve tninutfa. L'mplrc ErcIli.. LOST POWER RESTORED To Men of A!! iges, if Decline is From Unnatural Causes. There is not a man in existence who is suffering from Im potency that we cannot rebuild and strengthen so as to accomplish the greatest desire and experience the keenest satisfaction, and after we have cured a case of this kind there will never again be a sign of weakness, except brought on by imprudence. OUR BEST GUARANTEE IS Not a Dollar Need Be Paid Until Cured, it Mtjers' S!!' cf FtjslcUsj. FT. LOUIS. AH. It II. O. A. E. llfnipt.il. "ft s-w...... j ; ' s ILMrlc'e. center StW.... 1 J j J " Moran. thlrrf ba. 4 J J WalUcr. thortstoa 4 0 0 4 3 u Jones. s-n.i baif 4 o 2 1 0 lliw Hcht fieM 4 0 0 1 0 0 Sunlcn. Brst base 2 0 0 .4 V 0 Kahoe. catch-r 5 2 ? S , ,. Eudhitr. pitcher -J 2 2 - Total, . 22 0 C 27 i: 0 BOSTON. AH. R. II. O. A. E. Feltach. left tela 1 1 0 S 0 0 rarfct. ihortstoo J 1 1 4 0 0 fitalil. center field 4 0 1 0 i' ( Oollint. thlr.l basi 3 0 0 I ' -reeman. rlqht !lel! 4 0 1 1 o liehance. nm lw 4 i 0 0 o Fvrrlfs. ecor.d bae 3 '1 ( 6 2 0 l.V.ger. catcher 2 0 -i 4 1 Dlreen. rltchtr I o 0 0 J J Tctalt 20 ! "i 27 11 0 rt. 1.5UU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 list-.on I 0 0 'J 0 0 5 0 1-2 Earned run Hoston 1. Two-tase hits Stthl 2. Parent 1. J"reeman 1 Sacrifice lilts parent 1 nasea on ball Off FUflhcff 3. off Uineen l Mrlkerfuts Bv S.iJbc3 2. bv D!nn 4 Ueft en laes St. l.ou!s S. liotti n 4. Time . same nte hour and serentetn minutes, t'rntire-on-r.ollj. I'hilndelplila r.. Clevelnnil O. ("leielanJ. Auc 11 Philaielphla had r.r trou ble defeating (veIall to-day. IIen!ey hjMIng the locals down to tcrre hltt. Attendance. 2.21. J-core : Cleielar..! AIS.H O A.i: 0 I tl 2 O 12 2 1JV. Iilck. rf. ..2 Jnlole. 2b ..4 Hr.dlrv. 2H 4 I'arr. lb 4 OKI lAish. If.. ..3 o;o Turner, s.,.3 1 0 4 llualow. c. 3 0 8 4 Jom. p J 10 4 fhiladelphla. Ali.li.ll A L rtlHnrll 11 4 Totals ... IS11 Si Totals I'lc'rir.tt. cf.2 0 2 Da-, is. lb .4 1 t2 I ITfrr. 2D-2 e) bold, rf 4 Murphl'. 2b. 4 M. Cross, a.4 chrwli, c.4 Hoclcr. P fl 0 o 1 2 o i : 2 Z !. 1 ) 1 .32 27 14 1 ThlladelphU I 0 0 1 3 0 i) 0 O-S ' on"foum j-irsi en error: i'niiacirr,ia 3. iicriace nit rickerln 1. I Cross 1. nas-s on balls Off Jo 2. off llenlcy 2 Hit with bnll-Jies l. Left ,n lses Cleveland S. Th! adelpMa f. FTrJcK 'iut lly Joss 7. by Jlraley s, 1-aisEd ba'ls llusli w 3. Time-One hoTir ant twenty-flva ratnutrs. Umpire Dwyer. Little .Mon and Other Tribes Com pete in Anthropolopr Athlet ic Meet at Stadium. Six pygmies throvrinr; mud Ht each other furnished the amusing feature of the An thropo!nK!cal Athletic Meet at the Sta dium yeterc!ay afternoon. This event is n native pastime of the little men. With three men to a. side the- throw mud at each other, and the ride that quits or leaves the field first is counted as the Icser. The pygmies fought hard for several minutes Wore one side began weakening. ne of them -a a.- pelted to hard that he began to set angry and soon quit, with the result that the three on the other side de voted their attention to the two oppo nent. and the mud liei;an ttvini; so fast that the others toon rttired and the win ning three left the field shouting. Alter tho contest the one who ijuit first Seemed to have n erlet-rinee nt-d. in .Hi. tribuiion of the mud. To the winning side w2?. finished several large piles of dirt, vrnlle the other members were compelled ." iu.1 in n i.ee im now eacn tune ror a load, with the result that they were c.csejy followed 1 me others. His argu ments created amusement among; the spectators All the tribes nppea-cil in their i-stivo cotumes and many of the events trtre suited to the nature of the contestant. The most inti .e,tin5 track event was the mile run. with tliirn;n starteis. m cludins repressiitatlves f the follow It.c tribes: Syrian. ICallhs. Ainup. I'a'aso nlans. Cocona Indunt, Sioux, i'.iv.net-. Crows, ilaricabos and the Batatela trice from the Conci Th- rare was won ..; the Crow- Indian. Ulaek White Bear. He ran the distance .t i.iir'v cood t.T. -. t.,. erlnr; the mile n :ive ininutis ai.il I'.ily eiKht seconds. Vououf H:in.i. :i Syrian, finished second, while Uatrouw. a Kiirllr. who had led up io tue utreto 1. was ilmd. Geronlmo, the p:irh-! chief, wiluesed the contests, but took in part. Ha s.tocd (Kainst the rjilln? teparallnK the track from the field, with b.w and arrow in hand, and .iilntlv lool.ed n The Negritos showed the best form In the pole-cliinbinpr event. The fastest lime made in ttiut event on the, liftv-foot tile was covered in 20 2-5 econd. The tug-of-war was won by the l'utagonlans from the Syrians. The summary HO-yard dash-G-.rae Jifn s i ui Indian. r.rs. umdudf. Ijmso Moro, jcor..l. Franlc -ejr-. x-auce jaGian, tnirc. lime ll 3-i secendf Throw lor the Javelin for accuracy, target distani t, w fiet Timon. Lanau 2Ioro ftrst t.h.irr.ba, rjemj. second. Kontcroy.' AUiu. third. l.-ya-d low hurdl Ieon I'ostra Chippewa, fir-,:: Ueorice Merj. FI.ui, aetDd: Sundude, Lanao Moro. third. Time. 1 3 s-couds. .'llmbinj 10-f.jt pole. ,pej cmtest-BasllIo. Neritc, nrst. Ilushow. pyirmy. second : bayaj. 2.rrlto. third Time, u j.5 ,.cond.. Itunninc htti Jump Oeorce ienz. p.o'jt. Ort; Black White bear, crow, feccr.d- Ion 1'oitra. Chltina. third. lle!;ht 4 feet 7 Inches. Arcfctry contest, tarpet dlttaj-.ce. 42 yards skake. Oocopa. flrst. 2 points; Uaslllo. ..e- cri;o. and ar.ina. Ainu, tied for second. 2 Ilard-IIittinf: Catcher, Together AVith Dannv Shay. Ajrain Eligible to Play With .St. Louis. STAMllX. OF TJ1H CM 11?. .Nntlnnnl I.en;rie. aua. r tv N' York. K o Chl'co . SI 5 rit;. ... s s? rir ;i . ii- .1 L I"et. , ( !,jh i'. Z$ Cara : W .'21 nAt-n E fW J Fire.. 42 5IPhl.T. . r v. l. pre. . i- 60 4i .510 ,1 27 1 .37' . S5 -2 CS .337 5 U 7.) 27') IV In-re The lMny. Krdlr.a at I;r.kljn. l'l-t. at I-.stcn hlcaco at Onlnnatl I'hiu. a: X T. trrilay' Kennlii. Ilrtik. 2. O.irdiniis 0 I'm 14. D. tnn 2 ICM'Sgi Inn'ii 1 2 l-hiladel 1. -3. S. V 2-2. A'rrr Yorl 22, Clilcncn 1. Cldcac Ate. 12. Ke: Tork defeated Ch!cT?o In another close and exciting gams. Attendance, J0.SM. Score: Calcapo. ARU.O.A. Oreen. rf....4 1 2 0 car tan. If. 4 Jones, cf.. .4 Dull. a.... 4 Tas'hlll. lb.3 Jst-11. lb.. .J IJjndcn. 2b.2 0 1 9 1 7 3 0 1) 11 0 0 New York K. I AJJ.II.O. 0 Do'herty. lf.4 1 1 OIKeeler rf...4 0'EIb'fefd. e..2 1 , And'eon. lb 4 1 flaniel. 24..4 Kulti. cf...S Connj" il..3 Klelnoic. c. 2 Orta. P J 3 0 Fulllvan. c.2 1 2 2 V Otter, p 3 0 12 0 Tctalt J 4 27 15 1 ' Totals .5) 27 li 0 1 0 2 1 13 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 3 2 1 Chlcaxo 4 0 0 14 0 0 0 I New York 14 440440 0-3 lxft on base ;hicag 2. New York 9. Facri flce hits- ISberfeld 1. Stolen baj-e-Keeler !. M W y ii v.'.'aia ' 'rt ir- -m rlYDtSTREFBttNCEtS. Fl DR. NATH.HIEL K. KING, 522 I'lne SU. St. Louis. Mo. CONTAGIOUS ELOOD POISON. It may bo In la primary sture. or It may haie ten hereditary or contracted In early days, thereby belna- constitutional. I cure all Its complication: 1 stop Its progress, eradicate every vestlce cf polion from the stenj. and thla without tcs uk of mer cury or potash, Mr gmtnatet to car It: Wet m dollar anil bt psli until cured." Vnrlcorelci Mrlctnrc, Loaa of VlKr, Kli!ne7, lllnililrr anil lrna tnlle Trnnlilr, Iluptare and I'rl siifi Illaeilee,M. llcurr' s n. m. to p m. Sundar. 3 to 2. CONHl'l.TATlON tKE lia if INQ Entrance ta Pln St, Cbrrer em mn ana i'lne. . srt iiuis If jou cannot call, tirite. Mo. fourth mile run fleorr-e Mt-t :!.., iit. .-mnua jiaxx. rtoux. '-conil 1 OUSOU2 liana. S)rtan. third Time, 60 3-5 a'eeende. TLg-of-war between Patacoclans ar.d Svt ian. three men in eah team IVon by Iita scnlans. Ttiruwlre baseball, for accuracy Chief Oul rtlco. are.' to years. I'ataKo-ian. first, frank aloore, Pawnee, s-cond. Klcklnir baseball, for distance, by Cocopa In dians Ulpucfc. first; Jerrj-, eccnd. Jack, third. Distance W ftret. Or.e-mlle run Clark White near. Croiv, f.nt; You-uf liana. Syrian, aecond: Itroun. Kaf fir, third. Time t,:2S. Another meet similar to thl one will probably bo held the latter part of the month. Doctor JIcGec stated that he wan pleased with the outcome of the meet and was ratisfied that the white man leads the world. RKPunuc spnci v; New Vork. Aug. 1 There Is not a team in the National League that could have beaten Cronin this afternoon, and the fact that Ft. Lrtufci was shut out and lost by the socr? of 2 to 0 dues not rne.in that the Cardinals did not play fast ball. Tli big Brooklyn pitcher vthi In rare form and his puzzling curves had the St. Iyjuis Iiatters at sea from start to finish. It wn without doubt the best jramo Cro nln has pitched this season. The unfor tunate part of the affair is that Cronin had to "round to" in time for St. I.oui.. Host of the Karae? he has pitched this year have been far from first-class. Mike O'Neill also pitched kooI boll, but the Brooklyn were lucky In bunching their hits. Six hits were all the Washington Bark men tallied off O'Neill. He had plen ty of speed and good control, giving only ono base on bails. The susj-.jnsIons handed out by President Bulliam to Shay and Grady are up. BRAIN STAYS IN GAME. Brain, however, shewed up so fast In Thursday's contest that Manager Nichols decided to make no change in his team, and Shay occupied a scat on the bench yesterday. It is expected that Grady will catch to morrow. .McLean has been catching in f-lr enough style, but he larks the. experi ence of Grady and at the tat does not class with "Michael Ange.o."' Brooklyn's first run to-day was handed to them by McLean, who allowed .i pitched ball to g-t away from him after Gessler had ripped out a threv-bagger. The other Brooklyn tally was earned, so there can not l any blame for the defeat put on the fielders. Karrell nad another busy afternoon at second Iiase. accepting even chRiicrs. six of which were; difficult. Beckley. ton. gave an excellent exhibition of fielding. uniy one fct. i.ouis man suc.-eeried In pelting as far as second base. Thl was i-'arreli. who made a c.ean single m the fifth inning and advanced to second on Shannon's sacrifice Farrrll then made an ttempt to steal third, but was declared our. The score: HI'.OOKLTN. I!:ielinll Xote. The rirr.wns and ltcT.f wl'l ermi 'e r-'r scries at Sportsman's PirkfTh'. aftem .n Y.img will twirl for tie vlsit-i. !...: Glade will work far the local. Fred Abbott ba rlaed M las the "lee)and liaseba'l ilub Kir !i 'e SI2.50 aed M Ta sar- w'tn '1 .Tub "Kfr .! '- Ar mour ':ffiiKi Uuelcw It tw- kn-wtj ti at A)- ' lvtt aa to go. fir .fe'urt. 3ul n t w n . thr- catcher? Abtw.it Ims Vti p'ttp tv th ; Columbut club of th Ani-ri-An A'-pt.cia.tlua. j OutflTdtr HrtrTman cf th Athi-a. whn wn , hit in tlie ey" by a pth"i hail, t rr.uafl:rK m nicely, and roniiic i!irk tp s v a: -..' be able to pet back in tne jriire nxt montn ! rtttburc h" not lfen han! fmm on "rt(3S- j cate batall in the .National lasue yet. Nv that th talk of nicnlr.c rn.' tv h&V. players i c-tnc th run-1 "WUI.e K-Vr has cfcallenceJ Hanp V. acr.r tr a - a l dash. "I can nm between fcl Wi ari t a him." says Willie Ilan Jo!iivn Jo puizllns- M tfiTu f v -.ncM about the aahtnpton tl'ib. h :f e v. It them alone the S'T.atnr -wt 1 w- -,: ca' their own solvation aatl ttWk t. Ust r-a- - In irrr of tlirrr- hi Ins o in Any afflicted Trltb. pri;itf n it (hrnfr it4lfc dtenir, n ho urr trrai ins ilh (iiiarlt: i.clalltt'-- nuil lnexperlcniM'rt phl ciiiBH itliuut retivtufc nny brneflt, c hnxr ill clileil ti make a xpi-flnl otTrr ti clinrp milv one Iialf of mr rprnl:ir ft'v for etirini; tlnr who lire ninT uniliTaoln-j trontmrtif rlnrrrherf mitt ure ilt inliflpil. jiroiilcd thry nme to up Jiefnrc rpl. 1. limi. For ini:incp, if j on nrp nffertfd T-.itli either I'llr. Itaiitnn. nrlrufrlp. Ilj ilrorelc. Strli'lnrr r .Nrrvnun Det'llni. our rliurce for itiriiir elthr of ih It'll. Yvfthout any rnntpllratfon. i )l!.'JtO. n Trtll ftirr on for Sl..".t. mid nrriit tlie inone- In n wiiy jou tiihIi to paj. Wp ttIII nIo iMiro ttntutzlti' I!Iontl I'olton fr iU.;.K. tThlrh In Jut halt our rrsn Inr fff. 1 f i ! llrrnl olTrr In niuHr to eiiablr tho to !e -urd tIi hni .tiit thlr monrr In dortorln-r uitliout relief and to hIiovv the raany rrtio have trnteil Tltli tjorcn of jihytclnn without benefit hat nrhutr the only methodM that produce a llfe- idhc I'lire. tniT-innatl and Bntnr In the N"; I-eajnie rew he3 the ciury inark In played yestcrdaj. :an i f 7k OT'f Z leve S on Cv 'jfifSti Features of the N'ev T land were dflily roltc-3 ra.' .lartc cieu nara. Garry Hermann ha .- ni-rte.l to eerv an other ear aj had cf the Natl.-nal ivmrnte.'"i XWeball men thrcushoct the rouctry H1 i clad to h-ar of Garry's d-cilon. fo- t is o .--tainly a arable and efnci-nt oiAciaL A r?ort I einT--nt that Henry A. K.HI- fcrmr ownr of th B.trn Amerlcar., will buy the Washington franchise. It !b nM that Pr1Int PuIIIam ccr.tf-n-pUtt :- r 'f:m f fh I'.iiiS.e-.'tnrtre ?vai f-.r the Katiorl iayue n-t teison. S A' P tn DRM About three-fourths of the male population from "0 to 6) years or age are 'roubled with an abnormally weak condition of the organs of p-o reation. and during this period, by all means and at al. times, this; fun lion should afford pleasuro of the highest degree with r.o impediment whatever to the satisfaction cf the ujp .sition. T:.e only ob5ta le to the en joyment of Nature's most treasured !ft to man la disease, which L Invariably brought on rv the yutli m hU teens or 1 the many excese5 to which man I" apt to be addie'ed. Va , ricocele. emissions-, drains, premature discharges, small cr ! sans, wcjk back, are all symptoms of rapid decline. OUR Ct'RE is a thorough and wientific course of treat j ment which acts at onoe upon the nerve forces, stopping . the drain and replacing the worn-out and run-down tissues. It increxs the welcjjt in mn.i. healthy flesh ar.d muscles , that give strength and fills the brain and nerves with fresh vitality. bu'.Idin? up the entire system and trans'orming the suirerer into a type of perfect mailiood. IIMMI.I linn I- lll.l. .a.-ij I. .i. r uii iniormauon anil rrcaimcnr w '' rje CUTI b. mall in ca von cir.rot c j- .'!) L rv man can take our treatment, because our charges are moderate, and never a - mor than anron oro.ien ipi, To r.nt t-eat e'sc where untn you hae investigated our methods and term". 0:S:e hour 3 a. m to 3 6 7)p m - r m Sun lavs 9 to 12 m. Address or call on FVFS? Mi ftft N. W. Gor. Broadway & Market, " i &rw t. LOUIS. MO. .IoIinon County I'ntr Clone. REPVBI-IC SI'ECIAli HoMen. Mn, Aus. 11 Tt-day lote,i h fsrenty-sf-omf annual mft of th Jrhcscn Cunty Agricultural imd Merhnical Fair As sociation. A 11 c crowd -wa in attendnnc The result of the racea follow: r'irst ra-'e, 2:10 rare. tin.- ly Jccacijcn iron; I-u-Ha I , -nd: Marshal Good, third Bm tlm. 2:ITH- Three . ther hor Ftartol. f-cond ra,, nne-half mile daih Tenny Bell won; Fossettl. second; Frank Stewart. thir-J. Fourth rac. four anl one-half f urlor.es Brr..-n Study wen. Jake Hall. pccr.d; .Mauam Bishop, thiri. Time. A7t. Third race, thre-fourth of a mil da-h B. F. Johnln won nd Bihop. third; I-oat Luck, third Tim 1:H- Tifth rae cretn rannlnc ras Snr2r !?; non, SIpy Jim. Fecund. Time, -57. St. I,nu. Jockey Killed. JIEPL"BI-I SPECIAU BalTalo. N. T-. Auc. 12 Grald Rlch teller, whose hon. W In ft. IV-ul. one of the meet Trom!slr.c Jocl.v at Fort Erl. die! at 12J3 thla mornfn? from Injuries utalnd in th lirt race etertlav. T;irn his Tir.unt coliad in !h stretch II r..r resaine-l consciousnc-s af:r he ttrll. Vti'rn I.oiicnr. At J'-erh-r I'-rh t D"s M-!r 8 At Ir.ter (Tp.'-rjil' sring S. Ient-r X. A: m.-x Cit;.--.rriiha 2. Sioux City 0. Mr a:'ttwn- Fort Doie 3. Marshall- BEAUTY, TO look arell take care of your complexion. Do rot allow un ilEhtly pimple, blackhead, tan, er freckles to blemish your sldn. Derma-Royale will rcmoe these llkt magic Curel Ecrema rl Teier.. Dsr'ul'h I)tRW-ROYLE S&.. wir, a pcricci SKin is .ev InturrJ. VJ SOLD BV DRUOOISTS. re mif be orletel lirett. jh I Derma-Royale, SI per bstll, express paid. Ilerraa-Rojale Soap. 25 Centa. by man. Iloth In on pvkste, $1.25. expresi pdd. rertriita ae4 tnttmealall est cm reiraflt. THE DERMA-ROYALE CO.. Cincinnati, tt rnjrwarx b5 ' vff. Lf c.nui.Ai.s gut -.m:v i'itciicr. Jtar of Xfvr Uufrlmid Iencrne la nnnfclit lr Afchnla. nEPfnuc srnciAi Haverhill. Mars.. Aus. 1 Pitcher James JIcGinley of the Haverhill New England I-tasue Club was (.old to-day to the St. Iju1s Xatlonais. He will not Join the team until after the close of the New Ens land Jyyiruo season, one of the terms uf the sale bei-5 that he xill bo allowed to linish th searon with the local nine. The purchase j.riee is withheld. MniMCei Charles Nichols of the Ft. Louis National.- rime to tills citv this afternoon from IJrntklyn and closed the deal, it be injr at ins surerstlcn that the purchase price was withheld. The visit of Manager Nichols was tiiicipect'd. He at once sought Manacer "iiilly" Hamiltoi. of Hie local nln-j and opened neRotiations for Mc Ginley Jliiuwr Nichols attended the ramc with New l.edford at the rtlver street erounds this a'ternoon. and It wa there that the deal w-a ecmpleterl, belnir made through 1-lc.nse commit'loner McKe-nna. wlio Is tre.-istir' o' the lecal tasehall association. ri'rher Mrnlniey has pltehcJ in twenty nine cames in the New- England IaBu this rnson He won twenty-five and lest fo'.r He recintly made a record by -ain-r.ini: KiKtrn strairht frames. His work has r.ren closely watched by msjor-loat;ue r.anatters thl" season, and the local base ball iirsocUlion has received several offers for lilm. tl-e Philadelphia Nation.ilj it cent!v bavlmr tried to secure lilra. Manaser Nichols, after cIoms tho deal for McOirley, left for llrooklyn. AH. P- II, O. A E. Gp.!er. center f.eld 3 2 3 2 u 0 Dillon, firrt to.-e I 0 0 o 6 l.uraley. riitht HM 4 0 2 I ( .-heck.arJ. ieft Held ......; 1 T 0 e itron?. eecood Lae '. 4 0 0 1 0 0 Itatb. shortstop s u 1 3 1 0 Htrren. catcher 3 0 2 2 0 Mccormick, 'third lose ..200210 (."renin, pitcher J 0 0 2 0 0 Total 27 2 21 i FT. LOL'IS. A B. 1 II. O. A K. FarrelL seconi ta 4 o 1 ! E (i fhannon, nrht B'U S 0 0 10 Ileckley. first lee 2 0 t' li V 1 llrain. chortstop 3 0 113 1 t-'raoot. center Held 3 0 0 1 0 (1 llarclay, iett held : o o 1 0 9 11j.-, th.rJ base ... 3 0 2 0 0 Mclrf-an. catcher 3 0 0 4 2 o t'-."eil. pitcher 2 ) 1 0 0 Totals M 0 S 24 IT 2 llrooklyn 1 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 ..-2 St. IJUl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 v 0 TURKEY WOULD GIVE A FAVORABLE REPLY IS, MAYBRICK'S FIRST GREETING American Woman Pardoned From English -Tail ends Mt-apce to Her Friends. PYGMIES PLAY GHOST WITH THEIR VISITORS. COMING TO UNITED STATES. 31iii.tr I.i.-hrnan Meets Kepre- sciilauvfs of tf.r Sultan in Conft-renro. Two-bas hltj 3essl(-r I. Lumlfy L Thr t4 hits Gassier 1. Sacrltlce hits Fhwrkarl I. llabb 1. Hl"-anr.on I. Uoub pliji Karrtil and lit-ckley 1. Left on bacs lirookln 6. ht. Louis I. First en bal Oil ODln I: clT O'Nfll 2. First on errors lircklyn 2. Hit by pitctM tall If; O'NVil 1. Mruck nut 1- O'Nell :. by rronin 1. I'etfl ball MelVan 1. Time On hour an-I thirtn minutes. Ura pire Joucstone. Attndaxic. i.Srft. Plttahnr M. HoMton -. Iltton. Ajk- U PJttfbuix won a poorly played and un Inter -"Mint- (ramc f-on Boston to day N'dharn broke a finder and will b- out ot th game lor some tira;. Attt-niance 2.177 Score: littburc. EJcston. AI..II.O.A.K r.fler. ct.Zb.Z 1 J 1 2 McCTk. If. -.4 t 1 0 0 rn-y, Xb.cf.4 2 0 1 H'mnt cf 4 2 1 . Abbat. . . i 1 1 2 1 Flah'tv. cf.2 1 1 0 C Morn. ab.c.4 Oil? Ta-Idv. rf.5 12 0 0 Del. lb, 2b.. 4 0 4 3 0 Wazn'r. .5 S 0 2 o (ann-Il. If- 4 1 4 1 1 Krurfr, 2b .4 l l Z 1 Carney. if..4 0 0 v Kltcbey. 2'j.4 0 S i 0 .S'tedham. c.l 1 2 I Hrfieid. lb. 4 3 J- J a Cnolty, lb I 0 2 o o Corih. C..-4 2 6 2 0 FWit. f.l 1 0 tf Lnch. p - 2 1 ' 0 llttir.Kcr, p3 1 0 ! Totals .41 12 27 12 1 Tr.ial- tt 2T U i Pttltb'Jnr " ' 2 1 . 0 3-14 rotoo i t ' 0 2 02 Two-ba hit Warn-- 1. Kmcr 1. FHhrtv 1. Oeier 1. Trnr;e i Three-base hits Hran field 1- Stolen bae Walter 1. CaHMdy J. rwufcle jilcv Wacncr. Illtrher and Itrans fiM 1. Flrt en bsJ'F Off rtttinser . off Lyr.rh 1 Struck out By L.-nch 5. by I'ttUn- Er S Tirre One hour and fifty-nine rnlnu'.es. rnrlr? Carrnter and Moran. Final DotnlU lo lie 5et. UDPL'BUC HPaCCIAU New VotI .oc. 12. Th fact that Jack O'Brien wax around th cltv huntlnr for Jim Cortett and fail'-d to find him made many thtrk that Cctbett woj not anriou to fight. Thin reached tto tars of the ex-hav-wrifht chom ;lcn. ho In in Halifax, and etenlav he acnt r. warm ro-i to a frl-nd in this city, in which be m. he will meet O'Brien In thl city on r.eit Tuejday for the purpose tf tr rar.srlnr a, match. O Hrln hn repate'!lv itated that he tvouM r.ot flKht (Jcrbttt unlets the latter ma-le 175 pcun and the cate recclpta were divided. TJV Tanottlon Corbett RCornM Then O'Brien ii-l i.e ould let Corbttt weljrh ISO pound. Aa bots ?tt,fnr anlotK to flaht. it 1 probable that o erthlcr will b ratlafactorlly arranpfd Tu day svvral icood offcm hava been mad-- for h bout, bnt It 1 probable tne of tte J'hlUdelphU ciub villi rt it. CHlCHrtrrR'R rMRiiau ENNYROYAL PILLS art- Atrir.iali 94f,kVrn r tvr CIIICJIIKSTEK KNGLISH a IIKIY aa-1 ild fHai:t im m14 ttk klMnktai. Takea? ther. Keraa naiufcratia MtMiltatla ImIi urn. Bty r fmr Oraccm. r v4 4. iaf mm Ur rtlcstra. TaallaaaidaU a4 'UelUf flar Laal. M It. j r tara M all. mo1uml. fuua aDrKalM. CklafkaCa fkMl Ta Ulatxab Mailiaa w, FBI I. A., l f Ij&m W & Tnria I,raarne. At Fort "Worth I'ort Worth 2. Dallaa 1 At Coreicarja Ardmore 3, Cdralcana. 1, Sonth Tflm l.racnr. At Fan Ar.tcnJrt Hou.Ion 2. sn Antcni 0 At GaWeaton Galreitoa-Btaurr.oat rania ooat ponei, rala. Armalronir IJrfrnt Cotambln. REPI'IILICSPBCIAI. AnMtronc. Mo.. Auk . Tt, Armiironr Cfcarnplona to-!jr drrall th. Cilurabla JtMa br a. won oi h to 3. Hunts, for the Tiam pion. pllchfd B rrrat rare., alio in;; enly lour hlta and atrlkint- out thlrta mn: Ul.crr of Ht. lyml. rlht Old'r for foluml.la. ma.' fmir Mnaatlonal calch-s. rinodJr'a catch In th fourth inninx aa th f.alure. RattrrSea tilumbla. Northcutt and TUd; Armatror.c. Hums and Dollard. Cnlfon Stafrn l.easrar. At Eaton Irou riaton Ilour. H. Natch'i 5 At Crrcntlllr Grrcnl!l 4. Vlckaturc s. Anirrlcnn Aaaortntlon. At Indlanapclio lndlanapolla s:. Kacsai ciir -i At Iiul5vlll I.ulvl!! 1", li'nn.arclia 17. At Cclurnbus Mllwaultrc 1-S. 0!umbuj fr-i. At Tolcda-ht. llul il, Toledo 0-V. Chlcnsco , I'lillailrlpliln 1. Phll&dlihla. A-a;. 11. In th ffnth Ir.cisa: TIr.kr fcur.ted to "Wolverton. who tar.?ir to Crt. tut iJiah failed to co.r the bar. and E.ra acorrd th nlnnlnir run from recbad taa.. Att.ndanr. l.l rorr: chlraic. lhlladIphla. AlJ.ll.OA.n. AIMI.li. B. flarlr. If . 4 0 0 0 0 Thoma-. cf.l 0 7 0 0 Oury. 3b . 4 2 1 1 P Tltu. If... .4 15 0 0 tanr. lb. 4 0 11 0 0 tVvtorij 1)11 00 1 M'Oirty. cM 0 2 10 McGt.. If. 4 1 1 1 0 Kiira-. c. ...4 17 3 0 Gl.aKn ;b 4 0 1 3 0 Kl.T. 2b. ..3 12 4 0 Ijjh. lb... 4 1 0 1 Tinker. . 4 1 J & 1 Lv!n. c 3 0 2 10 liarry. :f...2 0 1 u 1 I.ntvSue. a 3 I 4 1 0 Uran. p .. J 0 1 10 Das'by. r 3 0 u 4 0 Tntal ...?2 5 IT 12 3 Total 3 4 27 2 Constanlir.opl-. Tliirajiy. Auw. 11. X.toum Pa.'ha, Intlirscretary of For eicn Affair?, callsj on lllnistcr L"Ishn:ar; this niornlnB at Thrrapla. a town or. th Dosphorus. nine mllea northeast of Con stantlncpV. lie rrttcrated tho a.'.'urar.ccs of the Gnverrni",nt narOint: a .op'tly and favorable reply to the demands touching the rights uf American citizens in Turkey. Pubs;'jfntly. Izzt Pasha, Pecretarj- of the Palace, nnd Jlin!ter of Mine? Sl!m Paha had a. Ions interview with Minister Irishman for the purpose of determining on the text of a rrply. which tniy prove acceptable to Amr!:a. (;KP..M.NV V.'ITlI U.VITCD STATES. Rerlln. Aug. Il-Offlclal circiB here think it probable that Turkey tvlll ask for Germany's a'lvlce regarding the situation created by the Anrrtcan naval demonstra tion off Smyrna. Ar.swerlmr a direct que.s. tlon of the correspondent of the Asso ciated Press as to what Germany would do In such a case, the I'orcign Office an swered that Germany would advise Turkey to at once satisfy the United States de mands. MINISTER IRISHMAN IIOPEFUI. Washington. Au. Ii After several dajs' silence. Minister Irishman has b"cn heard from tliroush a dispatch dated at Constantinople last uitrht. rerountins th results of the lat 'XchanKes b-t-.vren him self and the Korripn Office ofllrials th're. Th" State Department did not ye Ht to make public the Minister's communica tion, but did make the central statenvnt that the negotiations had taken a more favorable turn and there was an expecta tion of a speedy and satisfactory adjustment. rllcaco 9 0 6 0 C 0 2 0 02 Philadelphia 10 001UOO 0-1 Tno-tase hit 2aae- J. Ever 1. Stolen bates Tinker 1. Tltu I. IXsnohuo 1. Iwibl play-l-itr and CT.ar.c I Ivfl en ba- Chlcaco C. I'hlladelphla 5. First on ball OS Hrown 3. off Ifuerlfby 1. lilt by pitcher Uy Uurcleby 1. Struck out Uy Hrown 6; by Diir ffllT 1 Time Om hour and thirty rnlnutra. litri Ire Zltoir.tr. tt York 2 -, Clnelnnall 13. New Tori. Aujt. 12, New Tork and Cin cinnati apllt even in a double-header io-day. Objection waa mad to the decisions cf I'm rdr nmrlle. lirr-anahan was put out cf th first Earre, and McGann out cf th eeccn'l. Donlln repticlnit both. KeIIy objected to a very rlo decitlon In th third innlnir of tho fte-ond cam and a ordered eff the field. Donlin taking 1:1 place. Attendance. 12.J1I. Hv-ore: FlItST GAME. i'onsm. cf. 1 2 Ilroirne. rf.3 1 lievlin. 3b.S JI M'GHBn. lb. 11 Merte. IT 3 llahlen. ... 1 3 Gilbert. 2ti.,4 0 2 VVumer c.l 0 3 MGIr.ltr. P-3 1 2 Total-.. 2 4 27 York Cls-lrnatl ah-ii.o.a.e:. I AB II O A v.. ' - ii ft n 0 'ir.tT-.. tk , 0 0 f 2 0 a o o o l 2 0! 0 0 . ymour. cf 4 0 pet.rlnc. rf .4 1 2 Odweil. If.. .4 it 1 Ccrcoran. .4 0 0 ."t.lnf't. Sb.3 1 1 MhleL C..-4 l 4 W'drnff. 6J 1 l iw-iin 1 0 0 0 1 walker, p.. J l 3 3 1 I Total ...23 till) i 0 0 0 n ,) 2 (I 1 0 2 0 2 1 11 1 tii.dav'.s m'iiciai. Pitucn inin. Flcrn M. I.ntil fo lie 5cene of Splen did Alllitnry pectncle. Tne Plaza St- Iuis villi be the scene of to mllltarj' spectacles to-day. Here the battalion of Culver Cadets, becond only to West Point in perfection of drill, will Rive a dress parade from 3 to 6 p. m. The two companies of I'nltetl States Marines, In camp at the Fair, will also give exhibition drills. Another feature of the rallitary programme of the day will be a parade by the Spaldln? Grays In the Administration Quadrangle. The Mexican Hand, the Kilties Band and othrr famous innslr organizations will Clvo concerts. The State bullJIni:! have all ar- ransed sjjeclal concerts, musical, read lngs, etc ?eeks to I.ecover Iticli 1'ropcrty AVhich SIip Innocently Sisnetl Away .lust Kt'fore Her Conviction. special, nr CAnr-t: to the st. i-ouis p.k- rtTILIC AND TUB NEW YOP.K HKRALD. Ivjndon. Aus- liCCopyrlsht. lfv4. AH Rights Reserved "A menage to my friends: To you all I give my heartfelt thanks for your nobie tight on behalf of an innocent and deffns?!es woman. I eamstly prav that the day i not far distant when the proof of the wrong that ha. been done to me may be granted. "Ajgust 1C-1. "FLORENCE MAYBP.ICiC" This ; tl greetir.? of Mrs. Florence I Mayhrick to her friends tho Ann utter ance of the American woman condemned to death in Er.siand. later commuted to life imprisonment and recfr.tly pardoned after serving fifteen years. Mrs. Mas brick Is far from being a phsical wreck. In speaking of her re lease, the unfortunate woman, who still maintains her innocence and says she will some day c-stablitfi it to the world, said: RECALLS DEPARTURE ri'.OM ALYESBURV JAIL. "It was on January S3 last that I left Aylesbury jail. Not a word had been suid to aJiy other prisoner. The actual date of my going was known only to the Gov ernor, the matron and myself. In the company of the assistant natron, who wa kindness itself to me. I walked out of the gates at half rast G in the morn ing. TTe gate keeper was the enly person to see me go. I said no cr-d-bys and my departure was kept perfectly secret. "We took the tram from Aylesbury to London and then went from Paddlngton to Truro, where I was to remain at the Home of the Eplphanv for the rest cf my term. I left Truro July CO and went to some friends in the near Rouen for th quiet and mental rest ordered by ray doc tor." MIND A BLANK ON SUBJECT OF TRIAI "I have nothing to say of the trial." sh said. "My mind ! a blank about It. I only know the terrible Injustice which was donji me, and please don't ask me to re call the awful scene. You know I was unconscious for a lone time after my sen tence, and. when I did reecover, every thing seemed to hav happened such a long time before, and I was not clear about It. I knew nothlnsr of the evidence which his been got together, and even If I did I am not able to discuss it. Re member, I am on a tickct-of-Inave. B stdrs. I u.mr to forget. I am out of prion and have served my time, but I arn not fre. "I shall r to America to give testi mony in a lawsuit there. It concerns some of my m-jther's and my own lands. SIGNED AWAY PROPERTY WORTH NEARLY Jl,C').yo. "Half an hour before the verdict was given at Liverpool. I was told to sign a certain document by my then solicitor. I did so. Afterwards I found that I had unknowingly signed my property away and I am now claiming it again. This action win settle tne question of my right to the Think If Great Fnn to Don War Paint nnil Mnkr Ilrtlr-tr at I'ar- nliic Persons. Pycinls have found such rare fjn In making believe at chasing their visitors in full war regalia, that they have adopt ed a r.evr plan for amusing themselves. Among the visitors at their camp are timid cr.es. who always Jump away from the fence as soon as the pygmle come near. I.ost een!ng the protracted calm that prevailed at tho camp aroused the suspicions of Doctor Slmms, wno went to Investigate. As the doctor approached he was sur prised to see four of his duskr charge?, armed with knives, spears, bows and ar rows, arrayed In all their war paint, emerging from their tent and yelling at the top of their voices. Two negro women standln? near the gate, thinking tho pygmies were on the warpath, turned and started for the road. Before anyone could Interfere the pygmies started in pursuit. The women, thoroughly scared, started on the dead run for the bridge over the Intramural road. FCT'-amlnfr at every step, while the pygmies stood still, yelling and shouting. After the frightened visitors crossed the bridge, the pyrmtles executed a war dance and returned to their tent, where they were heard laughing for several moments at the success of their Joke. There Is no need to be frightened at anr of their an tics, as Doctor Simms is authority for the statement that the pygmies are harmless. r.RAIlR I'OIt REAL ESTATE DAY. hne le..m. from North Carolina: Hose, and Ls .J- r fim. from Areola. II!.. and te-ims from niwardsville. Venice. Bunker Hill. Girard. Morrison. Harvey. Dixon ana cimton. I'L: CTornlng and Nola. la.; Ncoha. St. Charles. CartersviUe and JoDlin. Mo . nr.d Waco. Tex. The tournament ven' wi'l begin Wcdresdav with a biz parade, starting at lrt a. m.. fcr which prizes aggregating J300 a ill be given. At I o'clock the runnlng: and climbing events will begin and con tinue through the remainder of the week, tho races starting at 1 o'clock each after noon. The seventh nnnual firemen's conven tion, which will be held in connection with the tournament, will opn Monday. August . In the Hall of Congresses. CO.MIXG TO FAIR. I.V IIOCSE WAno. Antomoblle I'nrade With Floats to De a Feature. Real Estate Men's Day at the World's Fair on October Z will be fittingly observed by a parade and a special programme on the ground, according to plans now being arranged by members of the Real Estate Exchange. At a meeting; of the exchange yesterday at noon the reports of two previously ap pointed committer were received and the programme for the day, together with tho bes-t methods of advertising St. Louis real estate, were generally discussed. An automobile parade to be participated In by all the members of tho exchange and Individual real estate dealers and owners, will be a feature. Several firms arc con sidering placing attractive floats In the parade. Tho report or ii y v. Kttter. chairman of tho Publicity Committee, recommending that an attractive booklet descriptive of St Louis and its real estate future be printed for distribution among visitor? to the Fair, was adopted. The book will con tain articles dealing on the various fea tures of St. Lou's real estate, to tej con tributed by K. P. V. Ritter. F. II. Gerhart. Howard tfambrlll. Paul Jones, Samuel Bowman, Sidney Schlele and others. Iresldnt Zelblg cf the exchange will ap point other committees to arrange for the several features of the day and all Indi vidual members are pledged to aid in making the occasion one of the big davs of tho Fair. rrnn Ivnnla Conplea Trnvellnaj la ii orl Con eyance. Somewhere in Pennsylvania Is rerhaps one of the most novel conveyances, on lt way to the World's Fair Two couples. Mr. and Mrs. George E. King and Mr. and Sirs. A. J. Erundage of Belmont. Alle ghany County. N. v.. are coming in a, wngon-house. drawn bv two powerful hordes. The contrivance Is built of light boards ar.d is eight feet wide and sixteen feet lrig. with a small platform at either end Inside. The houe Inside Is a little moro than six feet high and divided Into two rooms by a heavy sliding curtain. En closed on one side of the rartltion Is a gasoline stove, and a cupboard: on th other, a small clothes press. There ar four windows on the sides and doors at either end. with folding sters at the rear piattorm. On the sice of each room is an up holstered tete. the ends- of which, when let down, make a comfortable bed. Car pets cover the floor, ar.d pictures and brlc-a-trac adorn the wall, giving the place h homelike and most comfortable air. as well as novelty. The house is securely fastened en alo truck, the house and all weighine 3,500 pounds. The party travels only In the day time, resting at nipht and on Sun days. Their rate of speed will average twenty miles a clay, and they expect to arrive in St. Louis some time In Septem ber. They cook their own meals, sleep at night in the "schooner." and thu far the expense had not exceeded a dollar a day for the party. Sleeper to Fort Wny-net Ind. Via Vacdalia Line. fiM p. m. dally. MTSIC ITATn ITS C1TARM9. SL1.YT FIRE COMPA.MES COMI.1G. Pis: Preparations Ilelna; Made for An nual Tonrnavment. Elaborate preparations are belnsr made, fcr the annual firemen's. Tournament, to be held In the World's Fair Stadium from August 24 to IT. under the auspices of tile National Firemen's Association. B. F. Staymates. Director of Firemen's Con tests, i putting forth every effort to mako this year's tournament the greatest ever held. The following trams' have al ready sent In their entries: Columbia Hoe Company, from Whltestone. N. Y.; Spencer Hand Concerts In Attxlcnltare PaUmc4 Dravrinr; Crosfd. Matt Hall of tho Missouri Ccrnrnissioa, who I In charge of the State's exhibit In the Palace of Agriculture, said yester day that the band concerts given since Wednesday in the building- have had the desired effect. "Many persons were attracted to the building by the bands and have found out that we have something Interesting here to show them." said Commissioner Hall. "It requires a large number of persons to give this big structure any show of a crowd, but I have taken special notice and have observed that the -Isles and exhibit booths have been thronged everjr day since we had our first band con cert." Sleeper to Roanoke. Va S:44 a. m. daily. Sleeper to Norfolk. Va. 12.45 noon, dally, via Vandalla-Pennsylvanln-N. & W. lines. Fifth Ohio Infantry Arrives. The Fifth Ohio Infantry from Cleveland O.. arrived at the World's Fair -roundi at S o'clock yesterday morning, and went Im mediately to their quarters at the Model Camp west of the Administration buildine. The regiment numbers .. men and Is un der the command of Colonel Charles X. Zimmerman, who will command the second division In the Philippine parade at 5:45 p. m. to-day at the Plaza St. Louis. THE KING OF BLOOD PURIFIERS MIKADO HONORS A CANADIAN. 1 'Hatted for Woodruff in ninth. ktw York 1 910000B. Cincinnati ') 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 - Facrirlc hit Jlcf-innlty 1. Ftv'en ban Bre- r.ahan I. tlrnwne 1 Double play Schlrl and ' WooJrurr I 111 en bae w lork a, f'n rlnnatl '. First en balls-Off IteOinnitv I. r.rf ivajicer riri iiase en errora .-e YcrJc 2, O'clnr.atl 5. Hit by pitched ball lly McGlnnlij- I halt nnd t 1. by Walker 3. struck outEy HcGlaclty j. J countries. V. A. IJnrns Drcnrntnl Tilth Order of llir Rising Mun. W. A. Burn", secretary of the Canadian Commmlsslon to the World's Fair, has been honored by the Mikado of Japan, tho Emperor having conferred upon him a few days ago the Order of the P.I'Ing Sim. Mr. Burns was at the Exposition at Osaka In the same capacity a.s ho is here. The Japanese autr.tr. ties were much Im pressed with the exhibit made by Can ada. Canada's varticlpalicn at the pres ent World's Fair is one of the most com prehensive made by any country. OM.Y cois; til- Tin: REALM GOOD. Mr-ilcnn nnil Cnimdljin Half and tnnrtrra Will it Ite Accepted. World's Fair official yesterday denied the published report that foreign coins of the fifty and tncnty-five cent denomina tion would be accepted at the automatic coin slot gates of the Fair for entrv. None but United States coin of the realm, they state, will be ari-ertd Secretary Stevens stated th.-t Mexican and Ca.iartlan coins could not be accepted rmentii-e' nf the disparity in values nf th halt nnd quarter dollar coins of tfce foreign lands. "Nearlv a million dollars Is In dispute. I shall feel safer when I get to America, You can understand the feeling. I think once In Nev.- York I shall stay with friends until th law case Is settled." "And then what?" I asked. 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