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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. 'AUGUST 16. 1904.
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn Won From New York Defeated RACING Commodore Outran Rebo and , Cardinals by the Score of tf to 2. the Browns. Score 3tol. Won Feature Event at Fair Grounds Yesterday. & H J! v YOUNGSTERSTOMEET AT SIX F Two Year-Olds Will Furnish Fail Grounds Feature, With Miss Powell Likelv Winner. ARGOSY MAY BE SECOND. Folios Beifieres Seems to Hold Her Field Reasonably Safe and May Be Close Up at End of .Fifth Race. Two-year-olds villi, meet In th handi cap at the Fair Grounds course this aft ernoon and. for once. It looks as If pre cedence can bo accorded to the light ly clfrht. for JHss Powell sceni" to have a good chance to come home first In this race. Miss Ponell showed a lot of perd In her last race, a seven-furlonc affair., wherein she flnlahed third to Fruit and The Cook. UkIU vtcisht asreed with her so well on that occasion that she can rea sonably bo expected to run an equally jjood race to-day, and to hold her speed longer than on. the previous out. That the Baker filly is impnnlriR Is cer tain. That the can run sK furlongs In reasonably Rood shape with eighty-five pounds up appears equally sure. With these Certainties to go on. It looks as if the youngster can be picked as one of the contenders at the end. Belnc; a Maglnn handicap, no certainty as to result can be named. But it looks as If the Hayes entry has the best claim for second position, wiiile Lucky Charm ought to be In the money. The Bennett colt Is a nice outigster, but begins his racei a bit slowlw If. .Mickey Shannon can break him of thl habit, he will be one of the mot dangerous 2-year-olds at the Fair Grounds. Miss Powell. Argosv. I.ucky Charm that seems the way In which this race may re sult. And whichever hore comes home first, a first-class race should result. In the fifth e-ent on the card, u Rood field of sprinters is assembled. FoIIes Eergeres seems to stand out head and shoulders above this bunch, and the Ally ought to be returned the winner. Disturb ing elements In this prophecy may be J. W. O'Neill and Dolly Grey. Either looks capable of giving to Folles an argument. But the filly ought to come home In the lead, either on a fast or a slow track. The l?st event may result In Iras re- fieaUng her victory of yesterday. She w on n Impressive erough fashion to Justify the belief that she Is dangerous here. But rathos has been running along nicely and ought to be up at the finish. The Nolan horse Is about due to-day and he may be a strong contender at the end. Miss Eon may And the distance a trifle short for her taste, but It looks as if she can get third money, at lcat. The third event should ro to Beglna D. This mare was not handled in the most satisfactory fashion by Vandcrbout last Saturday and ho tras set down as the re sult. She should surely be a contender this afternoon. With light weight up and with the speed she possesses, she should surely win, Fenian may be second and .Short-Cake third. The usual tip on -8tlng will doubtless bo abroad to-day. and "Chris Schaw acker, of course, will b backing Athelrose. But it teems as if Reglna should receive fitst mention. Jn the second race MJsh Manners may come home In th lend. She Is not a bad rort of mare, and, though the distance is ft bit further than phe likes, she has been doing well enough lately to justify her. se lection for first place. Worthlngton's speed should -keep 111 in in the front ranks and BabJias been doing well enough to make it appear that she will be third. Fljer and Conundrum should hardly be able to show the way to this contingent, and it lo.oks as if they can do their re spective parts. Tho opening race is surely a problem, with Neiicnthe as a possible solution. The rray filly ought to win to-day. Judging from her recent good form. If some good, hustling rider receives the mount. In placo of Cnnley. she ought to win. Lady Sellers and Zulclka U'Or may be In the money. atcCHEjHiEV APT ITHE MOSEY. Bla; Slue Pocketed 'la Stretch Can dldn Capture Kentucky Stake. Saratoga, N. V., 'Aug. 15. Candida, an outsider, bea( .the favorite, Czarapblne, four lengths In to;day's stake event, the Kentucky, a. selling race,for 2-year-old nitles. She mado a runaway race of It, leading her field more than two lengths from start to finish. Czaraphinc got the place only by a head. Seagull, oho of the siring of Thomas DR. SCHREINER, 016 Chestnut St., St. LobI, Mo. TIic KKLIAISLtS Sped. Hit Cur private and chronic 3Ii uoMt Manhood. Nervous I4bllTty. Loif Vigor, seminal Weikheaa, Earlv Decay, Vari cocele, result of errort or iM8. Urinary DlM-asei. Oleet. Stricture. Unnatural.. Ptucharres and all diseases of Kidney and madder, and Blood poison, nil Btaxes, pos invftir curea uux-cr-i-own pa tient! treated by ma!!. $1.00 PCI WEEK FOR TIEATMEIir You can buy no belter for JIO a week. Consultation free. Call or write, noun: a. in. to S p. m. Sundays. 10 a. m. to 2 P. in. 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Waaollclt the moat obstinate caae. We have eared the worst esses In 15 to S3 dan. Ifyoq hsvs takea merenrr, iadid potsah scd still hare setae snd pains, Mnent Pstehes In Month, Sore Throat, Plmples.Copper-Colored EtKrU,uleers on any part of the body, Halror yebrowa faliinc'ont, writs for proofs of cans. 10O-pai Book Free. COOK REMEDY CO. . i9tiiHimtnni,Caiiat.m. PtTS.aiiNorvflEssoi.C9 riESTOP.ES MANHOOD-Ua. cursd tboussnds or case. Nervous DeMUty. Inaomnla snd Atro phy. They clesr the brain, strengthen the cir culation, nake dilution perfect, and Impart s magnetic alitor to the whole belnc All drains snd losses stopped permanently. It per bnxr . boxe. .ctiarsntewl to cur. or refund money. IS. Mailed sealed. Book free. Persian Med. Cta, tjj.Arch at., PhlUdelnhla. Pa. Bold clr. .br;.tvotir-wujoo Drus cow utl so4 Uitihcock. Jr.. and formerly known as Terrible Terry, admirably ridden by Ray. made the pace most of the way in the steeplechase and won without exertion. Mlmoi.i made the running In the llr and ion by a length and a half. Wild Thyme was placed by Jourengtbs. The feature of the day was tli appear ance and defeat of JlcChesney. former "champion of the West;" In the sixth race. Jocund made the running' thrce 'iu.uti"? of the way and won easily by two length":. Dimple was the contender and she had some difficulty in outp.icins Aurumaster. who finished onlv a head be hind her under a drive. "Dig Mile- wai pocketed in the stretch and did not hae a chance to Ilniili in the money. Dale-nun. favotltf in the fourth, .wai btaten by three parts of a length. Summaries: - rirst race, inin furlnnRs .Mlmcsn. 97 tllll.Ie brandl l; to lu. mm. Wild Thine VU (J ilar tln). 7 to J. ecoil. Armenia. VS (TinTf, ! m I. third Time, 1::;:5 Ishlana, Jun Holly, lloodnlnk Mrsln ull. l'ronta and UlrJIe ul'o ran. Hecond race, fiteeplechase, short course hea-XUll.-ir !UJ. 13 to ID. won; liinllre. 14J (U II Wllaon), H'i to 1. seconif: Libretto, il ll'mhrdl). S to 1. tlilnL Time. t.uS 2 Z. Dan lMwn Uilly and Gortnasallon alto ran Third nee. the Kentucky, me and on'-lialt furlomre Candida. tTraere), 5 to 1. wiar. riarnphin. WJ (HIIJeLrand). 9 to 5. aeetnd. Kleur de Marie, 5 IJ. Jone). Sii to 1. thiid Time. 1:07. Cfold Ten. "1'esBV. Mis lloman. Highborn. Martha Gorman and Incantation alo ran. Delhi and Mirthless left at tho poet I-ourth race, one mile and a ruxlonc union. J5 (v. Daly). 4 to 1, won: Dalesman. 103 (UIMs lirand). to 1, scrond: carbunole. 103 (11 Phil lips), 13 to 1, thin! Time. I:i3 Audience. Ada TNayand Knight Errant alia ran Kllth race, tlx furlonsillrthle'e. 10' (haa). 4 to 1. won; ltalmrnt. 10s juin), 12 to 1. .ec- nd. llulnark. lt" (llllil.'brandl. i to 10, thiid Time. l:14 2-u. Yorksl.lre Lad. r-andaluoiKl. Lobo. Tennburn. haul'burv. Lindsay Uordon. Alp" and St. Auhn nUo ran. Sixth race. on mile Jocund. 10S !0-Xelll), 4 to 1, won: Dimple, lot Traer), 2v tD 1. ee f.nd: Aurumaatcr. W Crimmln;t). 20 to 1. third. Time. 1-39 3-3. MrChesnes. Witchcraft, I'leion and King of the Valley uNo ran. COMMODORE BEATS REBO IN FEATURE Milam Eutry Kasily Vainiuislies the Mulkev TLiee-Yeai-Old in Siix-Furloug Event at Fair Urouiitls. Commodoio jiroed that he could not only outlast Pebo when it c.tme to a fighting; finish, but that he could also hold his own with the Mulkey gelding; In .rhe early stages of a race by fairly running tho favorite off his feet In the b-.ilr Grounds feature jesterday and winning hands' don 3. , Off to the usual even breaks ISebo tried to get to the front in the six-furlong hand icap and tiptoe his field in the early stages. A few strides from the gate lie was in the van. But, fast as he went, he found that ConTmodore could take his measure and could hold the early pace quite as well as he could. llebo net his usual terrific early pace, opened up a big gap and tried to distance his field as best he knew' how. But al ways with him was Commodore, who re fused to be shaken on" and who had the Mulkey gelding collared at the half-mile pole. Once tackled, Rebo gave up completely. He quit to nothing in the stretch, faded away under punishment, and when the final pinch came was not even able to get In the money. Commodore drew away as he plcared and won without trouble from J. P. Jlny berry. -The race was a striking Indication of tho value of patting up a strong boy who can hustle a horse in the early stages of a race wherein are such speedy per formers as" Rebo. To Troxler. w ho bad the mount on Commodore, can be given much of tho credit for the latler's'victory. The distance was run In 1:11. the 'track being only a trifle dead after the rains of Sunday and yesterday morning. Those who based their selections on the-, hope of. a slow track were dumfnunded when they reached the course and found' a slilnlng circuit of drysolmr confronting them, the track looking as if It didvnot know what rain was. ' On tills account, time was fair fr fast in all the races. A bunch of maiden :-year-olds showed unexpected speed In the second event and covered tho distance in S3, Our Joe, a long shot, coming home In the lead. Eleanor Howard made good time in the first race, and Mlndora ran set en furlongs In the third event In 12S. Arlena had the speed of her parly In tho fifth and won without much trouble, while Iras came homo in front in the closing event. The last race witnessed a caso or hard luck in. the shape of Revale. The Robin son stable and Dookmaker Ilivlns placd tho J-year-old heavily, and he went to The pot probably aa heavily backed as the winner. Williams got the gelding off badly, how ever, and could never force him to the front ranks until It was tDo lato to test Ryevalo'9 merits. He finished a strong second, but might havo ghen troublo to Iraii with an even break. Three favorites won In the course of the day, and three Republic selections also came home first, tho withdrawal of Light Opera In tho last event leaving Iras as th paper' selection. HAIVTlIOnKE MKKT1MG OPF-V. rrlnce Slltervtlnica Captures the SpecnlHllon Srtnkc. Chicago. Aug. 13. Prince Sllvcrwings, the extreme outsider In tho betting, won tho Speculation Stakes, the feature of the opening day at Hawthorne to-day. McGeo and Clifton Forge, coupled, were held favorites, but they w ere not in, the race at tho finish. Summaries: First race. five, and one-half furlongs Albert Fir. 118 (Prior). 5 to 1. won; Useful Lady, 107 (Felcht). 12 to 1, second: dttitanazo, 11-j (Moun tain). 11 to 2. third. Time, 1 :03 1-t. Matador. Waddell II. Lady Ellison. Before and Judge KaufiV also ran. Katie Xitt left at the twwt. iSevwnd race, steeplechase, short course W elrd. a37,,4lremoerton), to 1. won: AiICBiance. 3V uonnsonj, 0 to 1, secona; uweei aan 134 (bea ton). 7 to 1. third. Time. 3:48 Hand Vice, Cliar awlnd. Alma Blrl. Martin Brady and Xftrato all fell. Trenct and The Mere tan: out of the course. Third racf. the Speculation Flakes, one mile rrlnce Kilter Wlnirs. 95 (Aubuchon). is to 6, won: Phil Finch. 103 (Nlchol), 2 to 1. tctond; Clifton Fonte, 1W (Knapp). H to W. third. Time. 1 :40 3-6. McGee also ran. Fourth race, six furlonts Ida Davis 00 (Au buchon), IS to 1, won; Mlltla Talbot, M2 (Nicnl), 3 to 1, second; King Ellsworth, 105 (Mountain). 20 to 1. third. Time, 1:14. The For:. Rmperor of India. Orfeo. May Johnson. Sjambok, My Alice and Agnes Brennan t!eo ran. Fifth race, one and cnc-slxtecnlh mile Port Royal. Ill (Prior), 4 to 1, won; Incubator. 105 (Hoffler). 4 to 1, second; Greaor K., 106 (Morrl son). 2 to 1. third. Time. 1:43 4-C. Blrchbroom and Judge Illmes also ran. Sixth race, one mile Frcckman. ?3 (Orcsar), 9 lot, won: Gold Mineral. SS (Greenfle'd). 6 to 1, second; Ben Heywocd, 36 (Knapp), 2 to 1. third. Time. 1:43. Harry New. hlr Hugh. Rain ault. Pearl Dlter and Haywood also ran. Setenth race, flte and one-half furlonss Ram's Horn, 105 (Nlcol), 3 to 2. won; John Sfliulskl. 118 (Knapp), 4 to 1. second: Ilali.l larra, 113 (Hoffler). 2 to 1. third. Time. 1:10. Doctor Kenny atso ran. 'WAITERS LOSE THK1R JODS. ' Irian Vlllnge Sapplnnta Them tVIth Colleenn From Kmernlil Ile. Tlicre was excitement on the Pike for a while yesterday morning. Llttle knots of excited men were gathered here and there, and it looked as If trouble was brewing. The men were waiters, and the cause-of their unusual excitement was the fact that their occupation at the Irish Village was a thing of the past. Late on Sunday the Guard at the LIndell entrance was aroused from hta lethargy by the apparition Of 100 bright-eyed, rosy-checked colleens, each of whom carried a large leathern bag and a winsome smile. "These arc for the Irish Village," said the deep base of Sir. Locke, wno looks after the comforts .of the Inner man at Blarney. The guard rubbed his eves, stared at the roll of admission tickets In a dazed sort of way and softly whistled the "Wearln of the Green," as he turned the stile to let the beauties in. Yesterday morning the guests were served'by neat misses almost entirely. The management had dispensed with the serv icer of male waiters,- and announces that the change Is permanent. Xatlonal Bank Affair. Washington. Aue. 15 The Comptroller of the Currency to-day Issued certificates Aulhortilne the following- national banks to begin business: The Merchants and Farmers' National Bank of Cisco. Tex.-; capital 12000. W. It. Eddie man, president; W. C. Bedford, cashier. The Flrot National Bank of Van Buren. Arlci capital 325.000. W. H. II. fihlbley. president' Tba designation of the -Fort Worth National Rank, Tort Worth, as reserve agent tor, the Vint National Bank, Clayton. N. M., was .appro-red. THEREPUBLIC'S DAILY I'alr Grounds Am. IS Weather clear: 637 t-lrgt rate ourse SCi) for 4-ear-old I Ind. I HOUSES AND JOCKEYS. (Wt. -I noanr Honard, T. i iiiun 1C! I MS 1 101 in; I lh) 103 Auiorou. l'olev . . IHabv Hall. Irs . .. li:inlnoI. Ltnte .. Ifh.iriiH llor. Yoiinr.. Krtilden IJuht. Kiiadi llaik Numlr. lllce . Dr. Illlrv. .vr.. . llunivian Trcilei.. . t.-. 54", .V3 Hi Il 3 Jl Cno1 I Ml ! in ' s-how ivttln Howard 1 to 3; Anioiou-. 4 ti, j. Hall. to I , Htart iro.l Won casllv nit to drivlns hard Winner. .1 P. Hratton ri m . .. J ini Rrenullne Honard a brt and .!) without trouble. Amuruus ,lid hi r b t and Had no "cii" Habj Hall made un .onilderabl aroitinl antl was .loinc fast at end. Time .12'... .-:;',. :a4. :is4. i:oJ'.. 1:16. 1:2s1. 638 Sfond race. mt: 32 1 for 2- ctrdde. I HoaSL'S AND I I I I I I Pettlnc , Ind. I JlMJKK.a. IWL B M I ', i . I M. 1 S. F. (Open Cloael VI. C!2 lour Jr- H Andruli HT .... 7 I 1 I I p" Ibd 311 fo I 2) la Wakeful J Hookir . ! IK) .. i 4 i 3' 2 S j . 12 I 4 t"1 Iai.lt- l.ou. Seder . I Ml) 2 .... I... .1 t 7hd 2no 13 I 2u t 121 Leila Hunter J. Con- I II III! ir ' 0 7 .. . I . .. . 7- ' I S 4' 10 I 1 I 7-2 Cal Exalted. Troxler I 114 10 ( f., I 4' 51 6-5 9-10 5--0 US Joe Graham. Koach . .' 10) 1 : ' H lwl I 4 ft, Stella M.. Gulleit. ..I lwi . .) I t thdi ' Is 10 I 7-2 . - . Chansonelle. Undset... Ill 5 1 i I 11' i thd i' 15 3) 12 632 lThe Onli- Way. J. Con- II I I lev lcj 12 I luhdl lo 15 So 12 Wilt- Handsel C.icoIo.. Ill 9 12' 1 12 1 1" SI r I 20 C-J sorrel Tod Youne Ill 11 1 2nkl 2' 11 I 20 W j 25 6") lUettv Gold. Clletn .... U 12 li I It1 11 I W M) I 20 COJ lAtalr. rolnv lilt I 3 ,.l 1' I " I 6 I t-2 VI1 hho nettinc: Our Joe. 12 to 1: Wakeful. 1 to 1- Ladt- Ixu. .1 to 1. s.Rirt KiK.l Won diltlne: ond caellt. Wlnnr. T. II. Rran'n h. .. 2. The r.onan Dlxie. Our Jo seemed best. He was cKar of much joatlinv a Ui flel 1 turned for home. Wakeful did her btet. Ludt- IxjU ran nitely after coinmnclnr elovll. Hunter wa cIo-inic atrou;I at nd trxalted had no excuses Time :07. :!SVe. :3ii.. .43. :5. 639 Third race. mire jjs. for 4-iear-old I llOnSKS AND I JOCKUts. 1 IWt i (Mlndora. II. Anderswn llternla Llndey 101 102 K'j ltl 10S l'l 101 t.-J (isl) il it. j. amitn. Iioacn tl uiiM corker. Holms ITodlcal son. Colt in .. trU 1J4 !Jake Weber. J. Con- t wat Gallawattr. Itlce . Show bettlnic: Mlndora. out ltenila. 1 to 10: It. Q Smith. 7 M 10 fHart cood. Won eifily: second same. Winner B Schreiber's br. h . 4 Sain Park ridce 311ndora tvas best and non hendlly. althouKh Anders.in commencM lit drlte a futlonc from home, lvernla ran her race, binith Jut nosed out Corker for show men-j. Jake Weber bled Time :124. ::?.. :J'.. :4s?.. 1 01U. 1.1;. l.:s'.. 640 Fourth race. ture J-r0 for 3 tear-old I HORDES AND I I II Bettlne. Ind, I JOCltEYa IWt S U ' 1 M. S. F. (Open Closel Tl. f-'t Commodore. Troxler....! 10 1 .. . 2' I 2 1 .... liidl i" I Z 11-S I "12 611) J. V. Matberry Rice.. 1 i7 I 2 1.. . 4 4 t 4 I 2Vi 7 13 I 3 (170) Ktenina Star Foley.... Iu7 4 I.. . . 2" 3' 3' I 3nkl 10 I 11-5 IsS (Rebo. Howell 94 3 .. Ihj uo 2 I 4' I 1 3-5 1 1-4 ..illlennottorth. Llnder 112 6 I .. 6' 5'" j u I 5' I M 1M I 20 . s,lft Wine-. J Hooker I 10 6 I . . r. I .. .. t, I fi I U lul I 30 rhOA bettlnp: f"VtmniOitorp. out! Mmberrv. Start eood Won eaIlj: next three dritine bard. Winner. J. C. Milam & Co ch c. J. The Commoner Koji Maso Commodore broko uulcklv. kept with Rebo for lirst half mile and came away at ul-sure in the stretch. Heho lol heart when he could not outrun his contender and ault badlt in last furlonir. Maybetry ran firtt-clafs race, fctar did her best. Time :i:i. 2'.. am. :4I. 1:01V 1.11. 641 Fifth race. tu.e SWO. for 2-ear-olds. HORJEH AND JOCKEYt. I IWt Arlenfl W. Djif I -li The Cook. H. Andereoni l Picture Hat. J Booker ' VO C2I) 577 622 -turoceiter. llowell. . I IV A I.adr Talr. Ilarron..-! :5 Carrie Potter. Rice .! 1ft) hHor bettlns: Arlena. 7 to 10: The Cook. 2 to 5: Picture Hat. 1 to 3. - s;ar,t.,roT1- won cleterly: place fame. Winner. Mrs. M. A. lawion'ji br. f . 2. 'Water Let el Mselette. Arlena was b-st and won without trouble. The Cook ran tier race and fin ished atronfflr Auroceiler was nosrlne fast at end. Picture Hat. outrun In flrst Dart of race. Cl0eu- nicely, Timer--13. :24?4. :2. :49. 1:02. 642 Sixth race. rure W). for 3-jcar-oM HORSES AND I JOCKEYA IWt. In4. I (617) e;:6 I2i (23 31 617 S25 159 1.29 3S Ira. Folv Rtetale. L. Williams. 102 I SI Triple Siiter. Dlcxson. Ihd leonnt nice ! M 4U M.'ss Betty. IL Ander-I son Lynch. Pcrkin . , .. Ie Klnrr. Cncolo... M. Acnes. J Conway Merrlan. SedT Atold. Howell Mainsprlnir. Roach.... 93 100 101 M 93 9 102 fhd: 9 10' Show bcttlne:: Iras. 3 to 5: Rvevnle a to s. Ktart cood. Won drlilnc; second easily, Iras was probably best. She stood off rietermlna koti.An. m .".i. ". 5 .r.?2?,""2 oft badly., made uo around under bard race, but could not catch lnner TrlDle Silver er fnt pace , but could not hold It. Ml.s Betty was knock-d almost to W Liees at firs? tu?n. Avoid ran fair race to stretch, but ault when pinch came At 01a . Time :07i. :19. :30'i. :421. :55',4. 1:05V. l:22U. 1:35. 1:42. l:45tj. TO-DAY'S ENTRIES AT LOCAL ' AND FOREIGN TRACKS TO-DAT'S FAIR GROUNDS KNTRIEa First ra'-e. selling, maiden 2-j car-old fliiics. Dnir and a half furlongs: 6j5 Lady fller.. ..Iw 'Aiatla w tit Nf ptntho' 51 Mniiabello Le..IW (Imp.) ..' I" t" Faliona 111 S63 Fliliia- Fire ldl M Pharmacy It') 411 Zulclka d'Or....!"., .... Iics-le Mc IjS , 'Blenlka 105 .... Thurslc U HO 470 McJetta 10.'. ... 'Jllss Nannie L.105 .... Korea i.W Second rape- scllins;. 4-jcar-olds and up. set en furlong': COS Jerry Hunt 119 S3S 'Fljer 114 131 Ht. Simonian...H9 'Kltol HI Wo WiTthlngton ...HI rn fMnundrum ,...1 t-.6 Sid bilver Ill 615 Suate 117 Ktr, Bab 117 Wl Colonel Hal. 371 Central Prig. ..122 lantinc 122 t31 .MIsi Manner.,112 t2 Onuanftla 112 Third lace, selling. 3-jear-oIds said up. one mile and fetentt yards: K5 Retrlna D '7 (-7 Fenian 7 CIS 'Wlsscadlne .... V7 47 Amberlta s7 K7 D'coration VI m Aleom R S ttlWMthelroiBi J l 61 Wing .-.10S CD Misanthrope, ... W 42 Lynch 101 ICS thottcako ... 7 6J3 Irinlty ltll... 7 Sai.Yarro ,.10) a 'Vama llwiii.. D3 Fourth race. handicap, 2-car-olds, six fur- longs: (634) lAickv Chann..ll iCK) rruit l'J3 641 The Cook 12 lti(r7) Arcosy lfr, S27 Mtw Putvoll fj t22 Princess Orna...lJ0 Va I'lqua fi HO Kdith May H Argosy and Princess Oroa, T. I'. Ha)c entry. Fifth race, selling. 3-jeax-olds and up. six furlongs: Sll "Brema S 628 "Tally II 100 (22)Joc Oft-w.. ...:.. 1"2 36 Howling 611 Dolly Gray W3 Dertlsh 100 (62s)Folles Btr- .... Ma'mselle 1". geres 'Ji ((a)Atlas 91 C2S Bensofthurst ...lj CJS J. W. O'Neill.. ?J 471 hanta Ventura. blxth race, selling. ;.year-oids and up, ons mile and en eigntn: S3 Broodier 101 U22 'Pathos '"7 (S3 Semper Vital.. H 694 'I'ierco J fi (Ci MI tkin 87 S2D 'Itdy Chorls- fcS Brooklyn U7 ter 94 CII t-alte 101 2Sl'iIllio -A 61'l 'Mildred L. ' -, 'fkalner '."i 642 Iras VU t'j) 'Calinmss "i 'John Mct'.urk.. lei Apprentice allowance claimed. -T0-DA1"8 HAWTHORNE ENTRIES. First race, eel line, maidens, six furlongs: Away Right 13 Artifice , W Dod Anderson. ..'.....fi Fair Allen -102 Alice Commoner K'7 Kcralce 1"7 Trosachs 107 Annora J ..loA Second race, six furlongs: Kleata I'" Monastic 103 Houfriere 100 White I'lurnc 103 New Mown Hay IOQ Katie Powers 101 Robin Hood P Don Domo 107 Mronda!e 102 Third race, fitc and a half furlongs: nalnwttch ,C3 SaJy I'ashlon I''3 .ClM" O l' Petit Duo IPS Dundall So Trumper . arrfce Retort ...105 ...I"J ...lt"5 ...106 'Fourth race, selling, one mile and setenl yards: Blue Mint K Carat , 103 D. U. Moore t-S Fuller Man 104 Sloriosa UO Celebration 101 Rob Franklin KO Harney 110 Iienson Caldwell VI Intentor Ill Fritol IK Fifth race, one mile: "Lurallghter Wt Walnamclnen F2 Tlie Lady IK Ahola I'- Princess Tulane... Doctor Stephens.. Farmer Jim Warte Nlcht ...115 ...107 ..1"S ..1CS Sixth race, selling. ards: one mile and tetcnty Mr. rarnum.. ...... ,.,!$ Maul Muller , fo Royal Pirate W Hudson W O'Hagcn Fl Handlev Oofs 102 Hslnault ........ Baronet Tom Hall Wing Dance Badger ...Iu2 ...K3 ...103 ...103 ...105 eetenth race, five and a half runongs: Maty Eleanor UO Intense 1'3 Green Gown trj Allen Avon 107 tsello Kinney.. Tom Shelly.... Monte Albert Fir , ..107 ..107 ..113 ..113 FAIR GROUNDS SELECTIONS. -First Race Nepenthe. Lady Sellers. Zuleika d'Or. Second Race Miss Manners. Worthtngton, Bab. , ' .Third Race Reglna D . Fenian, Short Cake. 1 Fourth Race Miss Powell, Hayes entry, Luckv Charm. Fifth -Race Folles Bergeres, J. vf. O'Neill. Dolly Orer.i Sixth Race Iras. Pathos. Miss Eon. HAWTHORNE SELECTIONS. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Chicago, Aur; IS. Hawthorne selections: First Race Annora. J.. Trossachs, Artlfic. RACING FORM CHART track fast. and up. goen furlong: Iltlnr. M. I S. r. Ooon Llosel -r- 1 I SI (. I 2no M I Tllki 4 5 4nkl. I 4 10 I 11 1 12 I 1 I ...l Vnkl... k' I... ink I 3 I 13-5 I Si 9 1 4)1 CO I 8 I 10 I ( .... four and a half fnrhins: and up. een furlone: 'i 'i S M. 8 I i n ?" I i" 2' 2' 2T I. ..... 2 Ink 3na 3nklI"II!! 3 i." s' ' 5 S , I2 5no I & 1 1 4nk 4' 4 j j 4' 7 I 7 I 7 ' .. I 7 I Bettlnr. OrenlCIos'l PI. I 1 1 1' I S-: S-: I 3-5 21 E- 3nol 8-5 J 20 1 4 t 111 I 60 I S' I 7 I 3l 15 I 20 1 i andun. K furlones: A m r.- -,or t m K file furlones: I Rettlnr. U '; a. M. H, 1' 4 4 ..... 3 3 -.1 l, V, I' '.".'." .... 6 6 lOnen'Closel PI. l-T ' I" I 4 S-2 1 1 2 3 4.-. I t-6 1 i 1-2 I 21 I I 8 I SO l'Jl) f 41 l;l 1"S 4 I 2"5 cm : fi" ''" I r s 1 and up. mile and a sixteenth: I I Bettinr B. r. lOneniCIosei 1 2hd 1'i U-5 3 4-2' 3 3 l1 3' M Hi 2'. 4hd 6 7 t' S5 7 S 9' ( 15 12 7 10 30 f 1 15 10' S' 25 30 7fad 10 K 11 I 11 IS 20 I 4hdl E -S 6-i E-2 4hdl.. 1' I... 3' t .. 1' I ,. i Thd1 1 S' 10 10 A 12 5-2 fhd S 2' 11 2nk 11 iu.i. in , 1 w inne'r. W. Diirker's b. 1 SourVlTre 1Uce Nw J,tmn IIai'- Don Demo. Third Race retlt Due. Ralnwitcb. No Trum per. Fourth Race Carat. Benson Caldwell. D. L. aloore. ..nf'h Race The Lady. Lurallghter. Warte JtlCIlt. Sixth Race Ilalnault, Hudson, Maud Muller. M-tenth Race Mary Eleanor. Belle Kinnej. TO-DAT'S SARATOGA ENTRIES. First race, handicap, fLrlongs: for 3-year-olds, set en Dick Bernard.., Mlneola Rapid Water.. Adrlutha Andrew- Mack.. orthodox Dltlnatlon ..... Monet ....IPS ....115 ....123 ....11J ....107 ....110 .....I -...tot Sir Lynnewood... Witchcraft Marjoram Thistle Heather.. Stllver Foot lol Hrin Pulsus ..106 ..in .. n .. 19 .. t5 .. 95 Hecond race, for Jockeys that hate never rid den a winner, for 3-jear-olds and upward, sell ing, one mile: ' I1HI1 Witch 102 Cliarter I) Homestead 101 Courtmald 101 Sals , ps Southampton ... Mountebank .... Tho Globe. Demurrer ' OinaJoharU .... Stevedon .... 1 ....1H1 .... ti ....in ....103 Bardoliih "!"I""I1M : linartborre Itilrrl t-aro t.. .....,.nM , nut-- ... and a half furlongs: Galice 113 .d-By 112 Chareulella llj Artful H2 lntrleue 11; MlrtlileFs 113 Skit and Pepper.. .,.U2 I'linceg Rupert!""ll ,,",." l?e. ino ..lercnanis- ana Clllzcns Handkun. for 2-year-olds and up, one mils aud an eighth: Hrtmstlck Lord of the Vale.... Gold Money Dainty Major Dalnrcrflcld. Africander Molly Brant High Chancellor.. Jocund Flying fchlp Rescrtatlon .117 . 99 -1W ..10 ,.101 Fifth race, for 2-ear-olds. six furlongs: Bluebird Allumeur Waterside Iota ., Artful .110 Jack L-tjry .105 Austin Allen... .117 An.brrj..ck .... .h Dandollon .lis ..114 . 110 .110 .. a at.Vi -"-! I ' mile and an rlxhih. for 3-iar-oIds and up, en n turf: Keynote , fntry , nr fe Due AlUn , Courtmaia , .l.ms r , Gold Dom lafldy Potentate...., Bohadll , Glisten BrooMjnlto ... East- Mreet... Cuullflowcr .... Judge Cor.kllng iiS .. .. S6 HAHATOGA SELECTIONS. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. ?-fw. Y?.rk' Auit- 13 Saratoga selections: -rat Itace nation. aiarjoram, Jiaplil water. Dill- Second Race Mountebank. Sai. Gold SdoL Third Race Artful. Mirthless. Intrigue. rourth Race Broomstick, Lord of the Vale Africander. nfth Race Austin Allen. Dandelion. Amber Jack. fclxth Race Bar le Due, Courtmald, 11DE. Conk- DEXTAL FKDERATIO.V WILL MEET. Drlesratea to Gather at the Fair for One Day's Session. The international Dental Federation will meet in the Coliseum building at 11 a. m. Friday, August 26. for a one-day scs.Mon, the last meeting of which will take placo in the French pavilion at tho World's Fair at 4:30 p. m. Tho general session of the congrcsu will convene In the Coliseum at H a. m.. when addresses will be made by President Francl?. Mayor Rolla Wells and prominent dentists from all parts of the world. The Commission on International Dental Press, which meets in tho French pavilion at the World's Fair In tho afternoon, will hear addresses by President E. Forberg of Stockholm, Sweden, and Doctor A. W. Harlnn of New York on "The Advantages of an International Review." Tho president of the International asso ciation is Doctor Charles Godon of Paris, France. The programme for Saturday has not been announced. The Sky at Glorious Blase of Scanty. Pain's greatest attempt In pleasing the people will be seen to-night. I10.00O worth of fireworks to be burned up at the Sta dium. World's Fair grounds. Admission to Stadium free; teats 10c; chairs S5c: boxes 50c. HEAVY WEIGHTS . FULL OF HOPE JelVik-s and Mimroe Tell I.epub- Iic That They Never Were in I'etler Cnniiition. EACH EXPECTS TO BE VICTOR. Cliaiiipioii Sats UK Lc' Is All IIFfjlit Now and He Doesn't Mind His Extra Fat Min er Wants Long Figlit. Ten da hence and the contort for the world's heaty-tteignt championship will be fought. The principals both claim to be In prime condition. Here Is wlmt they sav to The Republic 01 er their own signatures of thtir hope? II V JIM JEKKIIIUS World's Ilrinj -Weld, t Champion. Harbin s"prlng. Cal., Aur. i;.I cin tell all that i to he said about my pre-cii condition in three word. I am satisfied At this staqe of training I was never bet Jer pleased ttith mv condition Thing. hate Rone- tery smoothly here this time We had a spell of hot weather that ate me a little worry, but I dodged that b working at night, and lost nothing by it Jly "bum" knte ii as good as It evrr tta. I hate git en it all sorts of test recently, arid nothing hurts It. There h no chance of its causing another post ponement. About weight I can ay nothing. I d not knen positively what I weigh, and 1 don't care to know. I suppose I am around the 030-mark. All I know Is that I feel as tine as silk and that lets me out. Worry ing 01 er a few pounds of fat neter'dld me any good, and I hate passed it up. As lorn; as I feel O. K and am able to do mv hard work without getting distres-ed things are right. 1 am doing a lot of work with ray heavy sand bag, and it has done wonder? for rr.e. I am stronger than ever, fast as I ever will be, and able to work t.11 day without getting fagged. I want to let it be known that I feel absolutelv sure that I am better than eter, and that I expect to find Munroe one of the easiest men to whip that I eter faced. Billy Delaney. who has trained me for all my big fights, agrees with me in this, and 1 guest his opinion will go a long way toward proving that I know what I am talking about. it will do no good saving what will happen In the fight. All I care to & about that is that I will show that mlr up when he crawls through the ropes. HY JACK MLWROC. San Francisco, Aug. 13 This training stunt certainly seems to be my strons suit. I have taken to the work this time like a kitten to milk, and am this mo ment lit to fight. I was afraid that postponement of the last date with Jeffries would do me no good, but the case has been different. When I ault tratnlnrr I thought I was a very unfortunate tighter and that I could netcr get as thoroughly fit again. But you ought to seo mo now. I could not bo better. From the flrst day the work commenced, to now, the daily routine has been a pleasure to me. There has been no dragging. I have always felt like working, and have only quit when ordered to do so. I am sure the let up the postponement caused has worked to my betterment. 1 am not In the habit of making any eracki about what I am going to do in fight. UoaMlng never got a man much. Rut I will say that I feel I will put up a great fight, and that if I am licked It will be bcc.iufo the champion is a better man than I am. I expect to win and am going to light for all there is in me. The way I figure the fight out is this: J!Tric3 has weight on me. experience and reach. On him I have youth and speed. I think we break even In punching ability. Confidence counts for a lot. I am as con fident as n man can be. If there Is any advantage In strength. I have It In my favor. Working In the mines for years has made mo strong. I worked in tho mines up to a short time ago. and have lost 110 strength. It is years since Jeffries did any hard work. On pnst performances in the pugilistic Huts the champion has me licked, on past per formances In the right-lit ing lino I havo It all over him. I have never lived at a speedy pace, and this Is a. lot In my favor. Unless Jeffries gets mo In the first few romids I think I will bo a sure winner. Then It will be that my phjMcal adtan tages will romo to my nid. and he will feel the effects of the good times between fights. (;rjcn.ii. n.cix JiOtk;. Oar Joe, nt 410 to 1. Seemed to Win on Ills .Merits. Our Joe's tlctory nt the I'alr Grounds yeslcrdoy marked the success of the long est shot that has crossed the finish In the van for soino timu. Although held at CO to 1. post time, according to the average odds In-tho ring, prices as high as l.'O to 1 could have been obtained against him without trouble at almost any stuge of the belting. The youngster really seemed to win the race on his merits. Joe Graham had un expected speed early In the race and was well to the fore until tho stretch was reHChed-.Wakeful managed to get second place, but there was no overhauling tho speed v Our Joe. who Ifd to the wire. The fact that Kctornl youngsters best able to give an argument got tangled up with their Held a furlong out may have ma terially comriDuica to nis victory. Jake Weber bled In the third race, and had to be pulled up a short distance from home. Tho old gelding has run many a good race on the local tracks, but he seems to be nearlng- the end of his period of usefulness, if hi-s races of thN scas-on are an Indication. While he generally manages to work his way to the position of a con- r n s-&& 3L&S3&, GMfcWtm !!r5' h,e,na9 none of the speed he once possessed In his palmy days. Although Jockey Foley reteived quite a tumble when Atair went down and broke her collar-bone in the second race, he came back gamely enough and rode out his engagements for the day. That a boy cjn ride as well as he did. after such a nervous and phjsical shock as he sus, tained. is a tribute to his "stkking" pow er. Xot only did he ride, but he aUo won his r.iie. the last event going to Ins, ravorlte in the race, and Ids mount. He brought her through a big held and won handily with l.er. J. C Jlihn has dlpo-ed of the hor.'e Thane to V jr. Hedges 0f Chicago. Thane was harri d from starting at the I'alr Giounds by A IJ. Iade. Milam ass that I.oretta M. would have beaten John Sinulski at Chicago last week had she rieeited an adequate ride. The filly ls now .it the Fair Grounds. It was stated te-terday that W. Harris had disposal of his contract with Jock-y XV. Davis to Otto Stifel. for .GvO: rather a handsome sum for a boy who lias been riding but two months, aud who is far from being n accompllsht-d horseman. Harris secnn to hate found his vocation as a developer of Jockejs. He quit as sisting Dade last jear and at once de veloped Jockey James Hennessy, who- contract he sold for W.OuO last winter. It cost him nothing lo get the boy. and to run nothing into 10,0w m one season is doing real well. The Western Jockey Club Is digging into o'd recouis und giving the Ii of many owners, trainers and riders a very thorough overhauling. It Is said that many men outlawed and otherwise ren dered Ineligible to operate on Western loikey Club track", have, by lape "f time, received licenses to train and rid" under Western Jockey Club rules. Some Jf them were ruled off in the old Turf "ongre-'s days, and others were outlawed it the old electric light and winter tracks at St. Louis. It wai rumored eterdav ihat Hank Combs, who trains fur C. J. Ilrockmiller. would be cilled unon to prote that he was eligible to receive a license. Combs, how eter, has had a II-een-e for the past four year., during which time he has trained for Broekmll .r. He Is a character on the turf of to Jay, a reminiscence of the old bush aud winter tracks, liiockmiller and Combs hate been friends for ears. and the )uokmaker has been steadilv gathering a Uable of good ones for Combs to tram. It tould lie rather rough on him to lose Combs Just as he got him a pres-niab'e 'ot of horses. If, bv any mi-hap. Rrock milier lost Combs he would be inc-onsol-rble. Thev hate been comrades in turf as and bj-wajs for twenty jears-. Cotton States LesKue. At Natch'ez Natchez 4. pin Bluff 2. At Ila.on Koue VUksburK 3. Hatun Raua Z. At Monroe Monroe 4. Greenville 2. Southern Lenirue Reaulfs. Montgomery 1 tahreveport 3. New Orleans 7. Nafhtilt z. ninnlrisham 3. Mi-niphla 0. 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We Neier Mltrtpnttat. 10 TO I Its Good Old PENNSYLVANIA RYE Bottled in bond Tlie lOOSWliiske HEDGES VETOES FIGHTS IN PARK American League President De clines to Permit O'llrien and Corbet t to Battle in Base ball Grounds. Following the announcement that effort were being n.ade to secure the American I.tague Iiusiball I'ark for an open-air battle between Jamrs J. Corbett and Jack O'llrien, to follow their match In the Kast, President Hedges announced yes terday that the grounds would not be) leased for any such purpose. For the last few- davs a syndicate of local promoters has been endeavoring to get the park for the bout. They intended to bring the pair of pugilists here for a battle in October, figuring that with sucn. a scientific pair of lighters no verdict wa likely to be rendered when they cam together in a short bout In the East. 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