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'Ttfr?- ) THE ST. LOUIS -REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 5. 190. AlffiKIC AN LEAGUE Highlanders Won From the NATIONAL LEAGUE" -Cardinals Scored Two Victories Over Giants in Their Matches at New York. RACING -Footlights' Favorite Scor 1 Browns by Score of 6 to o in Game at Sportsman's Park. Over Commodore and Ice Water in Feature Kace. i A S s s p V V u El HI i TJ 4 TI - t 1 i "1 is, t: Co f Bo J I. VO t pui ? ? alii D ! 1 3 f Si ?' ! . r 10. 11 32, , 13) ' 14 ?. , IB, f T J XS OI Xi ' 'Av Al cop of B Sep M t " -' rdg Ieij .' ex-i r Bel) . V are .Tisil effoj one f eer. won peri of I dipK Yorll .. uatol tiiis i of 4 '" the i be nf "dorJ ferri come, "dou. ' cmy-j , ation work racy - JJ At day l blest from an ii breth ' fighu; As organ Ingttj ah ol Man! easllj tho etom appo: Fcde odors tho smile "ban class these of al beg jjolitl he c ..oult don't than are fa whips at the In the the mi and si sclent tnrn, j Thj when factW 1$ I f k I if it. IS rKepntJ LUBIN TO SCORE IN FOURTH EVENT Elliott Horse May Add Another ' Tiirse to Stable's Bank Boll at Dehnar. LACY CRAWFORD MAY WIN. Lasso Looks Capable of Beating Her Field in the Closing Event and Varro Should Be Second. Considering; hlr good performance on his last out. -when he ran a creditable race and scored a. victory over a fair class field, Lubln may add another purse to the bank roll of the Elliott stable tojday. The Elliott horse has been doing well In", his work, looks in Rood shape and should hardly be affected by his weight. The distance la the sole point which may count against him. Lubln seems to prefer a longer route, and the shorter Journey -may militate against his chances. Extol has been running consistently nough to get second mention. He sepms ,a handy sort of performer and has run to good form up to date. If he can repeat this afternoon he should not be worse than second. Neversuch may set the show end of the purse, although Flora Willoughby should be. a contender here. Orient has run a rood race or two. but seem3 a trifle nut of It here. In the fifth another Rood field Is pre sented. Lacy Crawford and Lady Strath morc should fight out the question of su SiiTY I am compelled by a sense of gratitude to tell yon the great good your remedy has done me in a case of Contagions Blood Poison. Among other symptoms I was se verely afflicted with Rheumatism, and got almost past going. The disease got a firm hold nponmy system; my blood was thor oughly poisoned with the virus. I lost in weight, was run down, had sore throat, eruptions, splotches and other evidences of .the disease. I was truly in a bad shape when I began the use of S. S. S., but the persistent use of it brought me out of my trouble safe and sound, and I have the courage to publicly testify to thevirtues of your great blood remedy, S. S. 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WIRED AT 10 A. M. nark sheets oa file for Inspection. The following were our winners yes- trda EtUHltbrt 1390. TRIXIE WHITE, 2 to I, Ran 2d. DAWSON, 4 1o I, Ran 2d. BORAK, , 3 to I, Rin 2d. Wt Stnr MttnprtituL To-day oar Specials rill set there sore. Also 10-to-l lone shot that aaoald win.. DR.SCHREIIMER, 816Chtstt)Ut St., St. Louis, Mo. 1 lie 111L1A11LE Sitcelnllst Curss private and chronic dis eases Lost. Manhood, Nervous Debility. Lost Vigor. Eemlnsl Weakness. Early Decay, varl ro ele. results cf errors or ex cs. Urinary Diseases, Gleet. .Stricture, Unnatural Discharges and sli diseases of TCldnes and Blsdder. and mood Poison. U stages, pos itively cured Out-of-town pa tients trested bv man. $1.00 PER WEEK FOR TREATMEMr You can buy no better ft,r Jig a week. Consultation ires. Call or writs. Hours: I a. sb. to 8 o. m. Sundais. II a. m. to 2 p. za. EAK MEN! STRENVA Oertftpeic tarstlsMsi ts ie,i CaCsUgTfVOTTTsB , HI)lH,nrM Ti Asplltnct sUmSKAimt Pnfs. B.TMrts rail TUarto VMsTTViayvsK wimBB oia4si (rlsO. sss ssssMl psJsMsrm, flsll tsrWTSHWpsa, TUaVACB., 81 0 Olite SU Room 201 AStUals Dr. BOHANNAN Ciast all Canals sad Special StHtier. Dr. B."s "T. 4js)kls4sritiysMPMlUTel7 rsrw herrous Dtstllty,0rzanl' Wsjnss, 2et Maahood. Varicocele ci any erTls reralt. ' mx tnrn yostarslerrort erexeeiM.lB rKsa two ts serrs wwm. is uflcniuBU7HTfnuis liuripnnf a-falty 7tSTiBdBas smrfslled 1b esrlos tbewerst a. InBkitsTlrarialhAMlfinni.Tlinr.nwrrwS. 9ssl s wsakBstf beyoad their ysars. Pries, llye Deusrtr inal iiri ai, Os Dollar, win show tast tin Beosdy will s sfl Ikaa la sdyaitlMdV. Kola.BlTbr ni(i.noi. Jits. Ms. SJB Xsrrsa street. st.Lnb. Ms. Sent ts sa s4sissiilSBssntrssslsd. jWts Onslsi IXEsV SSS premacy, with honors Going to the Chlnn entry. Sam Craig may be third. In the closing event of the day Lasso mav score. The Lemp mare probably has the better class of this field and should win this afternoon. Varro generally runs a good race when handled rightly, and should be close up at the end. Ingolthrift Is light! v weighted and may be a con tender here. Monaco Maid should defeat Arlena In the sixth race, despite the good perform ances shown by the Lawson filly. Zinda should prove a disturbing factor here, as her early peed will enable her to trouble Arlena This win leave an opening for Monaco Maid to come on and win. In the opening race George T. should surely win. This seems a good sort or youngster and he looks capable of taking the measure of Aten and Dromlo. Tangi ble may score over Tom Mankins and Mint Bed in the third. GAY FILLYWINS DELMAR FEATURE Footlights Favorite Jlanngcs to Squeeze Home Ahead of Com modore and Ice Water. By the narrowest of margins and after taking the worst going through the stretch. Footlights Favorite won the fourth event at Delmar jesterday from Commodore and Ice Water. Letting her opponents lead the way in to the straight, coming with a rush In the final furlong and Just managing to equefze through, an opening In the last fifty yards. Footlights won the first money for her stable by getting her nose over the line an instant before Commodore reached the finish. That the Gay filly v.a.3 best at the distance there Is little question. She came In the softest footing near the jail and scored after forcing her way past Commodore and after standing a hard drlie to the wire. Yet had Howell been able to help the Milam 3 year old, a dif ferent story might have been told. Howell was in the lend when he turned for home and nad the choice of the go ing. He could have shaed the rail, which would have made Footlights take the longer roiitc. and would almost cer tainly have won In that case. Moreover, the boy was carrying so much dead weight In his saddle pads that he could help his mount but little. Under tho circumstances, the best horse won and Footlights deserved the honors she scored. Korea won a handy enouch race in the third event, beating Uorak and Sand Bath rather nicely. The Hayes filly had her usual burst of speed In the early stages, outran her competitors before the stretch turn was reached and had a winning mar gin after turning for home. Borak swerved in the stretch, but hardly semed capable of overhauling the leader, in any event. i-nns ocnawacKcr put over two winners In the opening races by scoring with Passive and Ben Lear. Ben ran a much Improved race over his last start and came to life rather suddenly. Algonquin took the long route turning for home and lost considerable ground, j. Conway put up a very bad ride on Fenian. Judge Murphy cautioned him to put more life Into his work In future. Canyon ran in bar plates In tho fifth and showed an Increased turn of speed, easily getting first money from Dawson. Blrdwood got third money by a comforta ble margin. In the last race. Triple Silver scored again by winning rather a handy contest from Felix Mozzes and Tribes. Ivhlskers did not run his race In this event. , J- C. Milan had a bad turn of luck In the betting way yesterday, as he wagered quite heavily on both Belle & and Com modore to win their respective races. Jockey Rice was on Belle S, and handled the filly in rather weak fashion. ROME RESPASS MAKES A KII.LlJfa. Backs His Green', Colt J.; Ed. Grlllo for Thousands at Worth. Chicago, Oct. 4. Monte and Lord Dixon furnished an exciting finish in the third race at Worth to-day. The two colt hooked up at the final eighth pole, with Lord Dixon having a slight advantage un til the final stilde, where Monte managed to poke his nose In front. Alien Avon was third, two lengths back. After being backed from E to 1 to 18 to E, J. Ed Grlllo romped home an easy win ner of the first race. Rome Respass, own er of the winner, Is said to have profited $20,000 on the race. Weather wet; track fast. Summary: First race, five and one-half forlonrs J. Ed GrUlo. Ill- (KnlfhtJ. 18 to 3. won; Sir Mlri. 112 (Romanelll). I to 1, rpcond: t-'ttle VVallr. 117 (Nlcol). 20 to 1. third. Tlm. 1:09. Taplola, Koyal Arm, Troeuchs, Glad Smile, Fortuny, Berry Waddell, Duncan, Lady Hortense, Friend liness, Armorer and Sherod also ran. Second race, six furlongs J. w. O'Neill, 106 (Harrlion), It to 5, won; Mansard, 124 (Hos ier). I to t, second; Een Mora. 113 (Shaver), t to 1 third. Time. 1:14 2-i. Tarn o'Shanter. Foxmead, Orfeo. Jlfnrer, Lra Reed and Fly lAdy also ran. Memnon broke down. Third race, seven furlongs Monte. 102 (Hel (resen), C to 3, won: lord Dixon, 10J (Nicol). It to 5. second; Allan Avon. Ill (Morrison), 12 to l,- third. Tims, 1:29. Miss Jordan, Bonnie Prince Charlie, Big Beach, Ed Early and R gal also ran. Fourth race, one mile and one-slxtenth Miss Crawford, 37 (Nlcol), 7 to 1. won; Bad News, 115 (Hebart). S to 5 second; Brancas. $5 (Shaver), 4 to 1. third. Time. 1:49. Reserva tion. Rankin and King Ellsworth also ran. Fifth race, one mile and fifty yards ginglnr Master, 99 (Nlcol), 17 to 10. won; Woodlawn Belle: 5 (8haver), 2 to 1. second; Floyd K., 107 (Wilson). 7 to 1. third. Time, 1:4J 2-t! Major Manslr. Prosador, Frank M., Klnr'a Court, Paramount, Bank Street. Royal Pirate. Merry Pioneer and Arab also ran. Sixth race, alx furlonrs Trie ftell 11A rtvft. son), 2 to 1 won: Lady Wllmot, 106 (Nlcol), to L second; Jade. 105 (Shaver). toL third. Time, 1:01 2-5. Cutter. Grare Elliott, Harum, -Simplicity and Clara Berry also ran. FIVE FAVOIUTES AT ELM RIDGE. Happy Chappy at Five to One Was the Only Outsider to Score. Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 4. Borbardicr was much the boat In the Elm Ridge, con solation, the feature at Elm Ridge to'-day, and won by three lengths from Honolulu, who beat Alma Dufour for tho place. Favorites again had a irood day, Happy Chappy, in the fifth race, being the only long shot to win. Weather clear; track good. Summaries: First raoe, six furlongs-Mammon. 109 (COr rnack), 7 to 6. won; Salivate. 103 (Oregar), 7 to 1, second: St. Giles, 112 (Coatson). 11 to L third. ..Tims. lasi. Ophelia Martin. Boca, Berry Hughes and flay So also ran. Second race, nve furlongs Royal Legend, 107 (Michaels), 2'4 to 1, won; OsJlant Cassle, 102 (Anderson), 15 to 1, second: Harvester, 110 (Daly), 5 to 1. third. Time, 1:02. Fred Hom beclr. Mart Gentry, Lady Ellison. The Doctrese. Dan Kee. Tim Hurst. John Carroll, Uncle Charlie and Nerva Welch also ran. Third race, flys furlongs The Mighty, 109 (Aubuchon). 3 to 5, won; Eugenia B . 99 (An derson). 4 to t second: Jlmalong, 110 (Moun tain), 9 to 1. third. Tim 1:014. Durbar, Ethel Wheat. Lady Idris, Florixa. Great Mogul, Jo sette, Rustic Girl, Muresca. Hopeful Miss and Stumptown also ran. Fourth race. Elm Bldge Consolation. -ne and a sixteenth mile Bombardier, 8 (Knapp), 4 to 5, won: Honolulu, 90 (Cormack). 9 to L second; Alma Dufour. 55 (Hardwlck). 8 to 1. third. Time. 1:48. Jack Young and Judge Hlmes a!n ran. Fifth race, five furlongs Happy Chippy, 103 (Lawrence), 5 to 1, won; Sir Andrew. 106 (Henry), t to 1. second: Interlude, 107 (Cor mack), I ti L third. Time, 1:014. Jehane. Patsy Brown. Cloverton. Lytalls, Vlrdotte. Rush Reuben, Agnes Brennan. Stunts. Bay Wonder. Our Lllli and Back Number also ran. Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth The Buga boo. 105 (J. Booker). 4 to 6, won; Elle. 95 (Anderson), 3 to L second: Harbor. 103 (Cor mack), 6 to 1. third. Time. 1:48. Tryon Blue Grass Girl, Handler Cress and Love's Labor also ran. Intercollegiate Tennis Toarney. Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 4. Second Jay"s plsy In tbs Intercollegiate championship lawn tennis tournament on the courts of tbs Merlon Cricket Club. Harerford. resulted in bringing; the sin gles to the semifinal round, and in the com pletion of all but two matches In the first round of the doubles. Summary: Singles, second round Dswhurst, Pennsyl anisL beat Sunsteln. Princeton, e 2, 119; Prentice, Harvard, beat Rendall, Princeton, 63. 64: Leroy. Columbia, beat Whitman. Harvard. 64. 46. 63: Lamed. Harvard, beat Thompson. Princeton, 6. 62. Doubles: Preliminary round Rendall and Richardson, Princeton, beat Spauiding and Stetson. Tale, 64, 26, 61; Sulloway and Lamed. Harvard, beat Yocum and Mills. Pennsylvania, 62. 61 Smith and Northrop. Williams, won try default; Behr and Bodmas, Tale, won by default; Sun steln and Thompson. Princeton, beat Les and Fates. HaTerford, 6-3. 4-6, 64. First round Rendall and Richardson, Prince ton, beat Leroy and BuDxley, Columbia. 6-0 tt. B ; DDiiusir snu'ifucu, xiaxvara. oesT. .Smith and Northrop, Williams, '4-3, $-3. THE REPUBLIC'S DAILY RACING FORM CHART Delmar Race Track, Oct. 4. 'Weather clear: track fair. 9fl4 First rn-sV mirta ti'n fn miMtn ?.vir.nln fttH flva. furinntmi T , HOUSES AND netting. 'nd. JOCKEYS. Wt. S. U '4 M. S. F. Open Cloi PK SS6 Passive, Wolff I 100 5 21 T' 14 20 M iTrlxIe White, Howelll.. J07 3U, Hi 2 8-5 9-5 7-10 8,0 Dorothv Dodd D.Austin 107 7 4" ?"t 3' 10 . M . ? KS6 llelle S. Rice 107 10 S'1- 4'W 4v4 11-5 17-10 Ij 827 i-oma J. conwiv 10) l 6 .. .. 6 s" 21 20 a 8SI Eternally. Mclaughlin.. J00 12 a" .... V ehd 8 3 ftl Katie Crew, u Will's 107 4 7' .... 6' " 13 J 787 Dettle Gold. Seder 100 8 12 9' Shd 25 30 W 551 Lndv Sellers. Llndscy. 100 1 8" 8' 9 20 to 20 .. .. Slakalna. Dennison 107 II 10 Wt 10' 2) 30 12 fl Verandah. Greer 100 3 1'4 ....'... 11 11' 15 I 25 12 767 Ladv Gift. M. Mullen. 107 9 11' 12 I 12 40 I 60 3) Start rood. Won easily: r-Tt two same. Winner C JV-hswackr's b . 2. LIthos Com MMlon. Passive was bent as nci was run and outsprlnted Tiixle White In final quarter. White seemed to do her best. Dorothy Dodd ran rood sort of race and was easily best of other. ?how bettlne: Passive. 2 to 1; Whits. 1 to 2: Dodd, 4 to 1. Time :26. :M. 1'05 SO1! vr Second race, purse 1420. f or 3-vear-olds and up. six furlongs: . , HORSFR AND 1 I ,1 I H'"!1 , Ind- JOCKEYS. IWt. 8. U W K I M. S. I F. I Open Clo;e PI 885 Ben Lear. TVoInT "lOT 4 7' I ' 5 S 2 SM Algonquin. Toung 105 8 Chd 2hd 2 C-2 4 8-6 mo Maichlone.s. nice 98 5 2nd V . . 3' 34 8 17 B M2 Apple Sweet. D Austin 10J r 4'4 1 . 4hd 41 7 8 3 8F0 Suave. Thomer 100 t 81 5' 1 6' 5' 10 25 10 833 Rhvme and Reason. L. . Will!am 67 7 7 7" Shd 8 12 6 8M Jun- Collins. Undier.. 103 10 ! i S' 7hd in 8 3 (RC) Fenian. J. Coimsv 7 2 4hd 8' ' S'4 4 S-2 1 "7 Major Carpenter. Seder 91 s 1014 HP 1 10 9 12 12 6 (859) lllrd Pond. Rion 93 1 3"A 3'4 1 71 W 16 33 12 849 Essarer. McLaughlin 83 11 U 11 1 II 11 30 30 12 Start good. Won easily; second same. Winner. C. Schawackers b. g.. 4. Imp. Ben Btrome Emma Louise. Lear was best to-dar: showed marked Improvement over his last out and won handllr. Algonquin mads up ground nicely, lost everal Ienrths br going wide on stretch turn, but could hardly have troubled winner In any case. Marchlon-e ran good race and Is Improving. Fenian ran very bad race and hov was cautioned Show bettlnr: Lear, even: Algonquin. 7 to 10. Marchioness 7 to 1 Time J. :MU. 1:04a. i:lTi. J"Q Tnlrd race, purse 8400. for 2-year-olds. Ave and a half furlongs' . HORSES AND Ilettlnc Ind. JOCKEYS. Wt. B. V. M. S. F. Open Closel TI. ') 'Korea, b. Austin W ii H V V tT 7-5 t-10 (827) Borak. J. Conway 108 1 !; iV, 3'4 2' 8-5 2 6-5 8X4 Sand Bath. Kingston... 103 10 t" 7" 7' Shd 10 20 8 870 Fern's Rod. Rice... . JIM 8 t 24 2U 4 4 7 5 2 f'2 Mellwood. Seder. 103 2 2"4 21 4"4 5U 2S 30 12 870 Lady Mercury. Young. 102 6 f 8 r. 6"4 10 12 4 (.'.B3) (Dave Stnhl. K Wlll'ms 100 5 2nk 4' 1 6"4 7' 10 7 . 832 IKIttv Belle Brooks. I I Thnner 100 11 WK 10" ' S 8id 30 100 40 870 IRenalsance. Howell... 100 S 11 11 1 11 9"4 20 30 10 SSI Bavarian LInd 105 4 44 6' . 8' 10" 8 12 4 780 UnnlMUam J. Henns'v 100 7 71 9U .. I 10' 11 3) 50 20 Imported. Start good Won rldln": second easily. Winner. T. P. Have tc Co 'a ch. f . 2. Raefcum Imo Ulla. Korea had speed of the party t all stages and was best. Borak. under vigorous ride by Young, ran io his best form. Sand Bath did his best after commencing slowly Fern's Rod was fractious at the post and ran away fo- a furlonx before start. Bavarian hardly went to his form of last out. Show bettln?: Korea. 1 to J: Borak. 3 to 5: Sand Bath. 4 to 1. Time :25. :S0. 1.04V4. 1:12. 907 Fourth race purne 8600 for 3-year-olds HORSES AND 1 II Betting. Ind. JOCKEYS. IWt. B. V W 14 M S. F. fOoenCloe PI. (855) Footlights Favorite. I I I I Llndsey 102 1 214 ( Jhd lm'. 4 I 5 -8 Ml Commodore. Howell ... 114 4 1 i 2'V. -5 I 4-5 1-3 815 Ice Water. D. Austin... 107 2 3" 2"4 2"4 3' i 5 I 9-2 8-5 SM Just So Rice 109 5 B 5 j 5 4' I 4 I 7 2 sol lEIasllc. Dale 119 3 4U 4no I I 4hdl 5 1 8 I 16 I 4 Start fair. Won drltlnr: second some. Winner. T. A. Gay's b f.. Z. Lamnllrhter Performance. Favorite vtsm beat: took worn trMnfr next to the rail and Just trot up In closlnr strides Commodore did his bfst. Ic Water ran her race Just tio beran slowly and should do btter oer lonffr route. Elastic seems distinctly out of trim. Show betting: Faoiite. 2 to &: Commodore, out: Ice Water. 9 to 20. Time :2B. :M l:0Hi. 1:1S. 908 Fifth race. purs. 8400. for 4-year-olds HORSES AND JOCKEYS. Ind. Canyon. Younr uaweon. c. Williams.. Blrdwood. J. Conway Golden IJcht. Undsev. Georre vlvlan.5IcMul'n Hucena. cneatnam Judae Cantrlll. I.Aun Sister Lillian. Rice Strader. Gullett . . Illuminate. Howell. Guardian. Rvan.... Start good. Won easily; second and third driving. Winner. C. M Barrow's ch. g.. 4, Oaruga Sister Monica. Canyon showed sudden Improvement when racing In ber plates and won without difficulty. Dawson seemed to do hi best after a slow beginning. Blrdwood had his usual srmed and ran good race. Cantrlll bad rough lournev and should do better. Show betting: Canyon. 3 to 2; Dawson, 7 to 10: Blrdwood. 4 to 6. Tlme:21, MK. 139V4. 1:47U. 2:01!4. -U" EUth race, purse 1620. for I-rear-olds and up. sli furlongm HORSES AND I I Betting. Ind. JOCKEYS. Wt. B. U M. 8. F. OpenCIose PI. 14 Triple Silver. S Dlcks'n 92 5 7H4 5V, 5' V ii 9 3 (850) Felix Mozzes. Young... lot 4 V 1 1U 21 8 10 4 Vft Tribes Rice 98 10 614 7hd V V 15 15 8 322 Sid Silver. Howell 107 3 2nd Zhd 4hd 3 9-2 3-2 8S9 Rachel Ward. McLaugh 101 2 JU s vv, 5' 5 9-2 2 903 Bensonhurst. J. Conway 1C 9 Vi 2hd '. 4'4 6hd 8 20 8 788 Mlndora. Beder. 105 1 P 4V4 P 7' 10' 15 ( l4 Lansdown. Roach 108 i 8 8U 8 8 10 li 4 811 Whiskers. Llndsev 107 3 f 9 9 5-2 2 4-5 The Wizard. Klnaston. 106 7 Mha 10" 10 10 30 100 40 St. Wood. D Austin.... 106 11 11 It U 11 10 30 12 846 Preaknesi. Speers 96 20 60 20 Left at post. Start good. Won easily: sscond same. Winner, a E. Burnett A Co ch. f 3. Gotham T W. Silver II. Silver was best as race was run. Mozzes did his best and ran strong race. Tribes mado uo ground and closd strongly. Silver ran his race. Rachel Ward had no ex cuses Whiskers was weakly handled throughout. Show betting: Stiver. 3 to 2: Mozzes, 2 to 1: Tribes. I U L Time :2S. :C0V4. 1:01. 1:174. , TO-DAY'S ENTRIES fe TO-DAT'S DBLMAIt ENTRIES. First I ace. five furlongs, maiden 3-year-oia colts and geldings, selling: 892 John Ran dolph .... 175 George T. 792 A Prince 894 Dromlo 107 875 Harlequin 107 578 Mr. Barnsby..l02 .... Bonanza Klnr.lOS ..108 ..111 ..106 ..loo 875 Aten Second race, seven lunonrs. i-yesr-oias u up selling: Marlln W Axares 104 Oudenarde ... 09 Polonlus 107 Tom Mankins. 94 Jollier M mo r.k tVeber 104 (899) Tangible 99 897 -HOOK &o Vttsi.. ' 897 Mint Bed Ml 850 Bountiful 90 118 Phlora 99 Third rsce, six furlongs, 2-year-old fillies, al lowances: . raon Arlena 100 908 Lad ly Mercury. ida W3 1U8 Monaco Mald..l00l 894 Zlm Fourth race, one and one-sixieenui mn, vear-olds and up. handlcapj Orient Flora Wll. loughbv 97 888 Neversuch V (8M) Lubln 112 902 Fxtol 100 Fifth race, one mile ano seventy iru. - ytar-olds and up. allowances. .... Autollght .... (876) Lttdv Strath more Pretension (Imp ) St Lacy Craw- ford 103 Sam Craig Sixth race, one mile. 3-year-olds and up, sell ing: 800) Ingolthrift . 8C6 Varro 803 Crime SS3 Drummcnd .... Cnrinnc 848 Florl .. 96 ..104 ...104 .. 99 .. 95 .. 99 Miss Manners .110 Lamo 108 Doctor Kler ..102 Noweta 1(4 Lemon Girl ... 90 Apprentice allowance claimed. TO-DAY'S DELMAR SBLECTIONoV. First Race George T, Aten. Txomto. 8wnd Race Tangible. Torn Mankins. Mint ThlTA Race-Monaco Maid. Arlena, Zinda. fourth Racc-Lubln, tol.-wersuch Kfth Race Lacy Crawford, Lady Btrath- "theLSsso, Varro. Ingolthrift. im-niT" -WORTH nNTRIES. Tfimt race, nve and one-half furlongs: Lydia Maeders Bprtnkllng Braawariln ... Lesagltte. Dixie Andrews Taul Vonketel ..107 T Tt Kmlth ...110 ...110 ..111 ..111 ...111 ..114 ..114 ..110 107 107 107 , 101 110 UO 110 Blshoo Pools Logistella Mon Amour Dtxelle Dixie Lad Garvlce Colonel Ruppert Freebooter gcond race, seven furlongs, selling: Chocknyotle ... Triumvir Frivol Hot ..'........... Determination Anna Beall ... Marco ..... Docile ... 94 ... 97 ... W .... 99 ... 99 ... 91 '.'.'."lX Avenger D. L. Moore ... Bavwood Scotsman Marshalses. .... Jigger Brand .New .... Burning Glass ...102 ...102 ...103 ...104 ...104 ...107 ...IM ...112 Third race, six furlongs: Lady Belalr .... Maggie Leeber . Nannie Hodge . New Morn Hay ....lit ....WI ....lor. ....105 Don Domo 105 Rusk 109 Prince aiverwlngs .112 Fourth race, one mile: Columbia Gin .. Katie Powers ... Ehawana . Mayor David S. Ross Coruscate .. Ananias .... Tribes Hill . Jane Holly Port Royal , Fossil , ...K2 ...102 ...Kfl ..11, 1 107 107 Spencerlan Fifth race, one and one-eighth mile, selling: Santa Luna JJ Excentral ; Falerntan ' g'Hasen .,-- JS enson Caldwell ....100 S-rilli S Louisville 100 Safety Light 101 Sioux Chief 102 Nlaxus 105 Trepan 145 Mr. Farnum ...1"3 Carat , Bwittwing The Way :::::: Scortlc Sixth race, she furlongs: Arah May 102 Lieutenant Rlcs ....105 Wshana ... 1 Useful Lsdy 107 Annie Alone 1"2 Sly Musette 107 ThJ'oodfl? .:::.:....1W Jakesanders, 107 Green Rose 102 Lou M. 107 EffirMr: 1 Major Outlook 107 Sincerity Belle 10 Conluress IO Green Oown 10 Sllverskln 112 WORTH SELECTI0N8. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. cmca First lcago,-oct- 4. aeiections: st Race Dixie Lad, Colonel Ruppert, Free Second Race Jigger, Chockyotte, D. L Moore. Third Race Rusk. Don Domo. New Mown LHay. and up. air farlongs: and up. mile and one-eighth: I Betting Wt. B. U 'i. K M. S. T. (Open Close 102 8 Shdl 3 1 "15 pJ 8 T JJ 7 Ti 3hd Pt4 V 4 15 Vt 5 f 1U ? 8' 3no 3 5 100 10 S' R" 4U, f? 4hd 5 7-2 102 3 no 5"5 7 i 6'U. 30 30 95 11 II 10' Shd 7 ' 10 105 8 M 414 V 4hd 7' 4 5 100 I 10' Shd 10 8' 8 8 15 103 2 4hd 8' Shd V 9' 30 100 10) 4 1' 2' 8 10 10' 15 30 1 T 11 11 11 11 20 100 3 3-2 2 2-2 15 4 2 C 40 12 33 AT LOCAL AND FOREIGN TRACKS. Fourth Race Colombia Girl. Coruscate. Fossil. Fifth Race Carat. Loulstllle. o'Hagan. Sixth Race Silver Skin, Green Oown, Useful Lady. TO-DAT'S MORRIS PARK ENTRIES. First race, handicap. Eclipse course: Reliable 140 Mollle Brant 13s Rapid Water 122 Jocund r)7 Lady Uncaa too Martinmas 105 Castallan King Pepper ... Jack Ratlin .... Crown Princa .. Consideration ., 103 JO' ...10) ... 99 ... 90 Rapid Water and Jocund. Drake entry. SVconn rare filll i.uk.m. m... ... of Eclipse course: Diamond Flush 110 Rare Music MS Ildy Henrietta 103 Fancy Dress no llandxarra 112 Deiphle IDS Lucy Toung 105 Conlure Gal 107 Sufferance 110 Nellie Russeli 1M Jterees 11) Calmnei 110 a'a,.. 110 Danseuso 110 tloralU ice, peluslon ;03 Zeals and Floralln Pnf .nirv Thlr"I race the Hurricane, (Ho furlongs of Eclipse course: Campo Salt and Pepper . Marie M Bulwark Bank .."....., D. Arkle ... Glen Echo .. . 97 .. 77 .102 ,.100 . . 59 Fourth race. Bronx High-weight Handicap, six furlongs of Withers mile: Reliable 14) Lady Amelia 137 Race King 33 Castallan 1"5 Crown Prince 100 Lady tineas 110 Adlos Wotan New York Collector Jessup Leonldas Graceful .. IO ..ion .. 93 .,122 ...20 ...UO Reliable and Lady Amelia. Thomas entry. Firth race, for all ages. Withers mile: Dalesman 112 Alan-a-Dale 112 Sir Lvnnewood p Adrlutha 103 Jocund 105 Sixth race selling, mile over the hill: ons and one-sixteenth Cloverland Ill Waswlft HI Stolen Moments ....108 Alsn 10S April Shower Ill Hrlarthorpe .'.IM Prince Chlng J03 Ascetic 98 Suckleya 9 Iberia 95 Hoodwink 103 MORRIS PARK SELECTIONS. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New York, Oct. 4. Selections; First Race Mollis Brant, Reliable, Rapid Water. Second Race Handzarra, Calmness, Diamond Flush. Third Raos Glen Echo, Bulwark, Bait and Pepper. Fourth Race Race King, Leonldas, Lady Amelia, Klfth Race Allan-aDa!e, Jocund, Dalesman. Sixth Race Waswlft, Cloverland, Stolen Mo ments. TO-DATS KANSAS CITT ENTRD33. First race, purse. 3-year-olds. Ave furlngs: Philanthropist lir Alderman Batt Ill Lerlda 103 Com Blossom Ill Fleetwood Ill Peggy 115 Mr. Stubbing Ill La Londe lis Eckersall Ill Plnkerton 115' Capltanxo Ill Second race, selllne-. maiden 2-v ear-olds. taiir and one-half furlorgs: Madge Wyide 10 Togo 112 Gold Monk 10S Raining Leaves ....115 Lauretta W. 110 Liberty Star 115 Macens 110 Ljdle Wrousman ..115 Blase Vail 110 Arby Van U Brlgetta 110 Drexel HI Beaslck 110 Red Reynard 113 Third race, six furlongs, the Swift Stakes: Hippocrates , 96 Princess Tulane ....IDS Croix d'Or t Vanness 105 Rebo 101 Shrine lln Otto Stlfet 104 Bear Catcher 114 Sylvia Talbot 105 McGe 125 Croix d'Or and Rebo. Mtllkev entry. Otto Stifel and Sylvia Talbot, Scbrelber entry. Fourth race, purse, one mile: Woods Perry . Toledo ..102 1 Judge .. ..IPJIDalvar . ..10S ..101 Fifth race, steeplechase, short course: Martin Brady , Gus Strauss ... gprlngwater .. ...in ...131 ...115 Mrs. Orannan Collegian , 143 145 Sixth race selling, one mile: Sweet Tone 95 Dargln 93 Marltana Golden Mineral loo Telephone 91 Venator los Exclamation 91 Malor Tenny 109 ELM RIDGE SELECTIONS. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Kansas City, Oct. 4-Selectlons: First Race Plnkerton, Echersall. Pepgy. Second Race Raining Leaves, Togo, Drexel. Third Race-Otto Stlfel. Croix d Or. Van Ness. Fourth Race Judge. Dalvav. Woods Perry. lfih Race Mrs. Urannan, Collegian, Gus mraus. Sixth Race Dargln, Exclamation. Major Ten. nej. GRE.VADE AVI.NS FAIRVIEW STAKE. nick Bernnrd, the Favorite. In Beat en In the Closing Strides. New York. Oct. 4 Grenade, second choice, easily won the Falrvlew selling stakes, one mile and a sixteenth, over the hill, at Morris Park, to-day. Dick Bernard, the favorite, broke in front and made the pace to the stretch. Travtrs then sent GrcnjUe to the front and he won eased up by a length and a half. All the Horses In training in the estate of v. c. Whitney v. Ill be sold at auction at MorrU Park on October li The list in cluues Artful, Lanya. tiandna and many others, almost as well known. Summation. Urst rare, selling, the Withers MlleCin teirn, Vn (v. Davis, t, to 1. won. Sidney C Love, 107 (HlldturanJ). U to 5. eetouJ, Pron ta. as iKuntze). Ii to 1. third, lime. 1.30'a. lbhuna. crtampun. Auditor. ClncloDatus, uar nlh and RlKtitful alto Ian. hecond race the Curinthlin falcplechase H,indt-ap, about two miles and a half Roy elle, isi (Stone), 3 to 2. won. Conovtr, ivt (Har ris), 11 to 5, second; Flying liuttress. 1S ilay lor). 12 io o. third. Time. i:3Ifc It. II. iuck and Ivan also ran. Ihlrd race, Ave and one-half furlongs Druid. 101 (Hums). 11 to 5. won; Sheen, lot (Phillips). 15 to L second: My Buela, 104 (W. Dv!s), 7 to 1. third. Time. 1.04. Oxford, Yorkshire Lad. Onfora. Cederstrome. Golden Buck. Uufnce, Ju lia G.. Day Queen. Sumatra. Bisque and Wi inent also ran. Fourth race, the Falrview Selling, one and one-sixteenth mile over the hill Grenade, 102 (Travers). 6 to 5. won: Dick B-mard. 105 (I Davis). 11 to 1). second- Topic. 101 Walsh). 109 to 1. third. Time. lMSH. Proceeds. Midship man and uold Dome also ran. miui race, six and one-hair xuriongs ilc cutcheon, 115 (Rerfern). 3 to 1, won; Sir Brtl lar, no (Kunz). 8 to 5. second; Austin Allen, 112 (Odom). 15 to 1. third. Time. ! Fleur de Marie. Queen Rose. Workman. Ken, Yeoman and Ralbert also ran Sixth race., the Withers Mil Waterford, 101 (Travers), 10 to 1. won: Water Pansj-. Ml (W. Davis). 7 to 1, second. Good and Plenty. 103 (Shaw) S to 5. third. Time. 1:40. Tom Law son All Right. Billy Roch-. Cannonball. Sir Shen. s-'llverfoot. Phas-r. Chattah. Tid. Black SocUs and Rubabek aleo ran. Ikkl and Ganz vocrt fell. HIGH-C. B. C. GAME DECLARED OFF Grand Avenue Eleven Xot in Con dition to Play Washington Meets Rose at Stadium To-Day. Only one game of football instead of two as originally scheduled will be plajed this afternoon, the Hlgh-C. B. C. game bfln-j called off by the former eleven as a result of the players not being in condition. Washington University will play Ro-io at the Stadium beginning at 3 o'clock. Coach Boynton's men had their final work-out and Instructions for the game yesterday at League Park. Munroc. a new man at the Washington U., reported for duty a few days ago and Coach Bojnton mas so pleased with Mi work in practice that he has decided to give him a try-out in to-day's contest. He will be placed at right end. Schaumberg will play right tackle in stead of Lehmann, who will bo retained but not worked until he becames more hardened. Schaumberg replaced Fritz in lat Wednesday's game with Shurtleff when the former retired. Schaumberg did his work nicelv at tackle and wlU play that nositlon tn-dav. Sherman will hold down right guard while Captain Sassell will play center. Yates and Lucky will play left tuard and left tackle respectively while Weiss will bo placed at left end. Stuttlc will go Into the game to-day, the first time of the season. Ho will play at his last year's position of quarter and will likely hold that position the remainder of the season, as he Is by far the best man at this position at the university. Krause at full. Smith and Lewis at right and left half will complete the make up of the team. High School, with plenty of material and a coach, should now show signs of mak ing a good team. They have been at practice for two weeks, but have done lit tle, and this was the cause of their call ing oft the game with C. B. C. this after noon on the college campus. The gams, however, will be played later in the sea son and both sides should be satisfied, as the Cote lirllllante team, with several players on the shelf. Is not in the best condition. Mr. Bryan, principal of the High School, has complete charge of the football doings of the school this year, and last week "se cured the services of Coach Walker. He Is from Knox College. Galesburg, 111., and began work with the team Monday. From present Indications he Is workJnjr I the boys hard, but they rather like his J system, and. although they are burancil in practice, they are going naro. alter me game. Only three of last year's players an? back on the squad. Weber, captain, piaved lert half on the 1803 team ana win also play the same this season. Dave Lamb, the chubby High School student, will again play left tackle, and he, with Bock, who plays right tacklo, form the weighty part of the team. This trio figured on High's team In 1907. and around them will be built the 1904 team. Of the new men Lynch, who played with High two years ago. is the most promis ing player at full? Sherry Is being tried out at quarter and has shown best form at that position. Harry Cnstlen. who subbed a year asc, will probably hold down right end. fjiriih will be on the opposite end, in all prob ability. Picper. who figured In several of the games last year. Is being tried out at right guard. Donovan at center and Wt stein at right half will probably, with few exception" make up the High team. They will play their first game of th season next Saturday, when they meet McKendree. Results at Springfield. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Springfield. 111.. Oct. 4-2.17 trot, purss 39)": Enchantress, a. m , by Alcyron (SIcCarthy) 2 1 2 1 i Lavette, b. g , by Gothard (Ga- ncung) 4 11 J 2 1 Dewey Ensign, d. g., by Ensign (Berry) 9 2 15 5 rtinhitr. b. r.. bv Donstus (Hawkins) 1 6 7 4 7 512 4 10 ( 4 Lady Atmoneer, b. m.. by Alm- cneer (Biome) t. .565 Msrnut. rn. g., by Margroie (Dean) 3 4 1 Blsckman Boy. b n . by Charles Blackman (Phillip) 74 Irenes Flower, ch. m.. by Hodges (Williams) 11 7 9 Harris Boy. s. h . by Vatican (Johnston) 3 3 4 Red Oreenlander. b. h.. by Gieenlander (Miller) 19 9 2 I 7 9dr 10 dr Doctrr Bales, b. s.. by Bernal (IIars) 6 10 11 dr Tlme-2:15. 2:17'5. 2:lS!i. 2:lu.. 2:ISU. 2.09 pace, purse 14C0: Ethel Mc. ch. m., by Jersey Wilkes (McCarthy) 2 4 1 1 tnrtnnv . . 1 13 3 Red King. b. g.. by Atlantic King, fiami ................. . I2 Tte-r Amerleus. e. h . by Green- lander King (Wood").... ...... ...... 4 2 Little Minister, b. p., by Bjerly Ab- dallah (Balthrope) 5 5 Tokeley. b. g . by Bay Geers (Mi er 2 7 Dumpy, b. h.. by Aubrey (Andrews) 7 6 TIme-2:09H. 2:10ij. 2:10U. 2:12i. 2.13!,. 5 5 dr dls 2:30 pace, purse jwu: Pert, b. m., by Kingmaker (Mead) Tanny Walbel, b. m , by Gus Walbel (San ders) v"". ."'.,: Lady Norwood, s. m , by George W. Led- Betsy, blk. m . by Hill Boy (Carmine)...... 4 3 Edna Richmond, b. m.. by Blllle Wilkes Ma1ornjIartyr;VrVhVby'Martyr"(Woods);:; 6 5 Red Plum, b h.. by Absolom (Pearce).... dls Pearl Plxley. b. m.. by Parole (Phillips).... dls Time 2aii4. 2:1314- Chanflenr nigby Den. New Tork. Oct. 4 -Chaauffeur Rlgby of To ledo. O . who was Injured In an automobile ao cldeiit at NIcksvllie. L. I.. last night, died to day. Jockey Flaprott Fntnlly Injured. Rostof-on-the-Don. Russia. Oct. 4. The American Jockey. Joe Figgott, has been fatally injured In the races here. Colonel Edwards Returns. Colonel Clarence K. Edwards. Chief of the Bureau of Insular Affairs, has re turned from Washington to St. Louis. He Is making his headquarters during his stay in the' city at the Philippine Reservation at the TVPrtd's Fair. erer iHiiugosti. BROWNS SHUT OUT BY THE NEW YORKS Second Time in Last Two' Days That Clarke Griffith's Men Kalsomine Locals. CHESBRO IS VERY EFFECTIVE. Master of the Spit Ball Uses His fei on St. Louis With Deadly Effect, Allowing Only Seven Hits. STASTOIXG OF THE CT.CBS. American Leaarne- Club, p w. I. pet Club. P. TV". I. Pit. i:-04?'!,5 ? ST S1 Phi!- -.145 77 68 .631 York.145 S9 C6 614 Browns .1(7 64 83 .435 rfJL I? 5 673 Irolt .145 51 SI .421 Cv 14.. 82 f3 Mi Was-i ..1(4 34 110 2T6 vvhere They Play To-Day. T&7t.. aJ? Lnu"-1 Washington at DetrW. "oston at Chicago. I Phllad-1 at Cleveland. Yeitcnlny's Resnlts. Nw York 6. Brovin 0. Boston 5. Chicago 2 PhlladeL 4. CI've. 0- Happy Jack Chesbro's spit bail proved too much for the Browns yesterday and New York won the game bv the one-sldcd score of 6 to 0. This makes the thirty fifth consecutive Inning that St. Louis has gone without a run. Boston and New York each having scored a shut-out against McAIeer's men on Sunday and Monday, ( and last Saturday the Browns did not score a run after the first Inning. Glade opposed Chesbro on the firing line, and .1 bad throw by him to the plate in the first inning practically gave the vis itors their first three runs, as both Keeler and Williams scored on the error and An derson took second base, scoring a moment later on a single. Although the locals made three hits In the sx-cond inning and Chesbro tossed In a wild pitch, there was nothing doing. In the ninth inning St. Louis again looked to have a chance to break through the kalsomine. but Hynes and Jones were unable to do anything with the spit ball, with the result that the locals went run less. New Tork put up a splendid exhibition of baseball and showed remarkably bet ter form than they did on their last trip to St. Louis. Williams played Becond In a manner in which that bag has not been covered sines the days of the famous Fred Dunlap. Elbcrfeld also covered acres of territory. In fact, the entire New York infield pjayed an exhibition that has sel dom been surpassed in St. Louis. "Billy" Keeler. the Brooklyn forodn. exploded three hits In the course of the afternoon, his work with the bat easily being the feature of the visitors' playing In that department. After the erratic first the visitors did not score again until tho eighth Inning, when doubles by Williams and Anderson netted to tho visitors a tally. Griffith's men scored two in the ninth on Conroy's single and errors by Moran and Hynes. followed by Daufiherty's force of Kleinow and Keeler's two-bagger. The score: ST. LOUIS. AS R Burkett left field 4' 0 Heidrick. center field.... 4 0 Wallace shortstop 4 0 II.nes. riRht field 4 0 Jones, first ban 4 0 Padden, second baw 3 0 Moran. third base.. ...... 3 0 Sudden, catcher. 1 0 Glade, pitcher 3 0 Kahos, catcher. 2 0 Totals 32 0 NEW TORK. AB. R. O. 2 0 z 2 0 14 1 3 3 Dougherty, left Held 5 1 Keeler. right field 5 1 Elberfeld. shortstop 4 0 Ytllllams. second bass.... 4 2 Anderson, center field... 4 1 Ganzel. first base 4 0 Conroy. third base 4 1 Kleinow. catcher.......... 4 0 Chesbro, pttcher 4 0 Totals 23 4 9 27 II 1 St. Louis 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 00 New Tork 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 4 Earned runs New Tork 1. Two-base hits Elberfeld 1. Williams 1, Anderson 1. Keeler I. Double plays Chesbro. Elberfeld and OanieL Stolen boes Williams 1. Hit by pitcher By Glade. Elberfeld. Wild pitches Chesbro L Struck out Bv Glade 4. by Chesbro 2. Lett on bases St. Louis 5, New Tork 6. Umpire King. Chlcnsro 2, Boston B. Chlcagp. 'Oct- 4. Boston had no trouble In winning to-day's game. Darkness ended the game at the end of the eighth Inning. Attend arce. 3.400 Score: Chicago AB.H O A.E. Green. rf...3 2 0 10 Jones. cf....3 0 2 11 Cal'han. 2b.4 0 10 3 Holmes. It..4 2 2 n 0 Pulllvan. c.l 1 t 0 0 Heydon. C..2 0 3 2 0 Tan'hlll. 3b.2 0 4 2 0 Isbell. lb... .3 1 S 1 1 Dundon. S..3 0 4 3 0 Smith. P....0 0 10 1 Pat'rson. p.3 0 0 3 0 Totals ...29 '24 n S Boston AB.H.OA.E. ffctbadi. H..4 0 2 0 0 Parent. S...3 0 2 0 0 Farent. S...4 0 2 0 0 StahL cf ...4 1 1 0 O Collins. Sb..4 2 0 10 rreem'n. rf.4 2 t 0 0 Lach'ce. lb. 19 2 0 Ferris. 2b...4 3 2 4 0 Crlger. O....S 0 T 2 0 Dlnecn. p.. .4 2 1 S B Totals ...24 U 24 12 Game called In eighth on account of darkness. Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 10 12 Boston 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 15 Left on bases Chicago 6. Boston 7. Two-bass hits Sulllv-an 1. Isbell L CCIIIns L Three-base hits Green 1. Sacrifice hlts-Crlger 1. Hit with ball Tannehill. Parent- WIM pitches Smith 3. Struck nut By Patterson 2. bv D!nn K Tlat. on hslls Oft DIneen 2. Passed balls Sullivan 1. iJoanie plays urecn. jranerson ana JSOell 1. Heydon. Dundon and Tannehill 1. Hits Off Smith 5 In two Innings, eff Patterson 8 In six Innlrgs. Time of game One hour and thirty minutes. Umpire Sheridan. Philadelphia 4, Cleveland O. . Cleveland. O , Oct- 4. Cleveland cculd not solve Henley's delivery to-day snd Philadelphia won easily. Donahue was hit hard In the fifth. ONLY SCIENTIFIC BLOOD POISON', STRICTirHi3, VARICOCELE, nYDnOCELE, JfERVOj AND MALE WEAKNESS, "LOST MANHOOD," PILES. TtCPTUItE, DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS, BLADDER. AND PnOSTATE GEJ EVERLASTING CURES. sr-;,l';r;;'iB l,..HPfjWn'.H HBt4H BieswBBBI E99HbbbbbI and resort Ists: and, why Haa nm etVtarm CHAS. A. DUFF, M. T Pelvic Specialist. elsewhere, and CURE OR NO CHARGE: Absolutely given, x am Liie uiuy speuiiuist in su wima wnu guaramees a permanent cure il unedited length of time or return money, and my well-known financial standtr, J sufficient evidence to anyone that I am entirely responsible formy contractaM Consultation Free. Conildlentlal and rpDnuence. auwasut uvAwjicub uy iijutA. iciins are always znaue to suit, tne Ci vcnlence of anyone applying- for treatment and very reasonable charges- Doi treat elsewhere until you have Investigated my methods and terms. OQce ho3 durlnsr week. 8 a. ro. to 8 n- m.: Sundays. 9 to L r .S3 4JHAS. A. DUFF, M. D., 810 auiuuiwu isuuutui, w.w uji - sixth and sayenth Innings. Philadelphia, esjolnij, all of its runs. Attendance. 1.030. Score; rti Cleveland. AB H-O A.B. Vinson. If 4 12 0 0 rtradler. Sb 4 0 12 1 Ros'm'n. rf.4 2 0 0 0 Lalole. 2b..4 0 4 4 0 Stovall. lb..4 110 0 Turner. S...4 0 4 4 0 Lush. ct....2 0 10 0 Philadelphia- Plorrlcg cf.5 z 4 v Bruce. lr....I L. Css. 3b 4 bTboid. rf.5 Murphy. 2b 4 Mullln. lb. .4 Noonan. c..-3 Berals, C....3 o 5 Donohuo. n.3 1 0 M. Cross. Henley, o 1 Totals ...32 4 27 13 Totals Philadelphia 0 OOO Cleveland 0 0 0 0 First on errer Cleveland 1. Phi Two-base hit Ross-nan 1. Murpav 1. Thn-e-nase nits L iTroes 1. Stolen bares Mullln 1. Balk- Henly ' on balls Off Donahue 2. off Henlv 1. ball By Donahuo 2. Left on bases Cleveland 6. Philadelphia 11. Struck out By Donahue J by Henly 4 Time One hour and twecty-tnre.-. miuuLes. urapir J lou-;niin. GRACE BOND BREAKS 00..1 Z 0 JXi 'jSSBSSBsW s.3sagtBSBSk OBSSSBSSBSsRl UssUVTA McVssssT'l ' )' Hit wV TWO WORLD'S RECORDSpfl' I. 1. linlcnmbs Trircr-Vrnr-Olil vvisi Classic Kentucky Fiitnrlry In RemarknTile 3Innner. Lexington, Ky., Oct. 4. Grace Bon broke at least two world's records In thl classic Kentucky Futurity worth JU.Cffi and is disputing the title for a thlrs world's record. She gave two of the heatjj of the race to Alta Axworthy, the priirfl favorite, but made her own three heair in 2M- or better, thus establishing worlds record for 3-year-old trotter Two of the heats she ran.ln :.Hi, esta. Ilshlng a world's 3-jear-oId record for twiy heats. When she made the first heat in 39 Starter Walker announced that sho haB DroKer a world 3 record. Fantasy, 1 Nashville, In 1SW. trotted a mile as a year-old In 2:09?i in the second heat oi race, but under unusual conditions. 3 order to allow her to make a record tlfi distance had been waived and a pac4J maiter picKeu ner up at tne nan mile art she went under the wire, while the buscf was turning tne stretch. Giace Bond's fractional tizn- In h three fast heats was: First heat, tSPi i.-vi. liwi. zmjYl: second heat. S2U- law l:36ii, i-.-oali; fifth heat, Z&3. l.C6. 131 2.-4ST4. I Grace Bond had the third heat of trl race won until she broke at the distan pole, and finished fourth. Alta Axwi never lost her Dlace as favorite. ing for the fifth heat being: Alta my, afj; neia, jiv. The race is worth JlO.d'O to COCO to second and JI.0CO to rest of the money being divt the nominators of dams. The; event record was SuCi. made In 1900. Grace Bond won the 2-year-old of the Futurity Jast vear In Z-J.T'i. owned oy J. 1. uatcomh. j. The Tennessee Stake, 2.-OS class, padnj1 purse 3,000, was won by John M. in tarn, straight heats, over Angus Pointer. t rullns favorite. The record for this ever was 25, held by Dan Patch. John M.e tablishcd a new record of Zi&l. He mac. the second quarter of the second hear. t The track was lightning fa3t marles: Sun; 2S8 pace, purse J3.0on, Tennessee Stak. thrt in Ave: X jonn Ji 01. k . dt -rans ispearsi....... ijs Morning Star. br. g. (A. McDonald) 2 sR Angus Pointer, b- g. (Geers)..... 4 21; Red Bird. b. h. (Dmerast) 2 4? Dry Monopole. br. h. (Curry) 5 Sli t Kentucky Futurltv for 3-year-oH purse H4.&0, three In five: Grace Bond, b. I., tty Tse Bends man (Andrews) .. 1 Alta Axworthy, ch. f. (Thomas) 2 Totara. b. f. (Titer) 3 Jessie Benyon. ro. f. (Benyon)....... dlvlsiol 4 XI 1 ! 3 uoru fieeisLone. o. n. (.iic-iaryj.... a -i 4Sj 7 a Grsl . 7 7 3 2c Plince Eth-l. b. m. (Dlerder) 4 S 3 70, Time :sU. 2:091;. 2:nU. 2J3. 2S5U. S 2:0a class, paring, purse 11.200. two In three; King 1 Fatlne. Monut. Ash Re Mustard. Perftnnette. ited Teu. a. it. twmi & ii Tlme-2.-06i4. 2:07i. 2ASU- fj 2.14 class, trotting, parse Jl.Otvi. two in threj Ton Axworthy, ro. g., by Axworthy (M. Banners) ...................................... 1 Lady Patch, b in. (Ecksr) 2 iuniey. lao. D. sr- itferryon) 5 Redwood, b. g. (Burns) 3 Diadem, h. m, (Geers) -.... 4 Union Medium. Jr.. ch. h. (Hur) 5 Governor McCauley, b. g. (Foot) 9 Red Arthur, b. c. (Cunningham) 4 John Caldwell, b. g. (Thompson) 1. Wild Wilton, b. g. (Cares) JO Tlme-Z.eoi 24S- ': M Jhi 'bjBBSBSBSBsK dilV?' shxur Direct, bile h.. by Direct Gers.. T F . b. m. (Jcne) 1 v. blk g. (Fermln) , 4 Jte b. h- row) ...JT Z u t b. ci. (Keye) I 3 I I h JTI fVtlltl & S- MEDAL FOR MARKSMANSHIBIb 2 1 President Compliments Howainr Gensch of New Jersey Guardai'D"- REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Washington, Oct. 4. Private Howats-ff-Gensch. First New Jersey Infantry; vJr won tho President's match for thye! vidual military championship J th; y United States at Seagirt, recjstJT. i , been complimented by President velt. He made a score of 133 out of a glbls 210 points, and won a medal and era! prizes. It Is a most arduous Bi: shot at ranges of 200, S0Q, COO. 600, SCO 1.000 yands. The PresidentTs letter to vato Gensch says; "I have Just been Informed that have won the President's match for mlHtarr championship of tho Uni' States of America. I wish to congral yoti in person and through yon, not th First Rsriment nf th National G' of New Jersey, but tie entire Natio: Guard of New Jersey. An a nation must depend upon volunteer soldiers time or trial, ana. tneretore. tne memi of the National Guard fill a high fund of usefulness. Of course, a soldier ' cannot shoot la a soldier who counts very little In battle, and all credit is ' to those who keep up the standard marksmanship. I congratulate you, tx on your skill and upon your possession the qualities of perseverance and deters nation In long- practice, by which alq ' this skill could have been brought to high point of development." United Irish Leasrne Meeting-. A general meeting of the .United Ir: -League will bo held at Trtatp's Hi TT Easton and Grand avenues, to night 8 p. m. John Jav Joyco of .New Yo: secretary of the New York luniclS' Council of the league, and Edward Lanl of Chicago, member of the Natiot)'" Executive Committee will speak. A laflo number of the members of ihe lease- from Chicago will visit St, Louis durite the present week, to attend tne fair r Chicago Day. xney win oe emenau hv the local organization at the Irish hlbltion. If METHODS Oil DR. DUFF'S PET.VIC JIETnODS AItJ TTFIC, THEREFOUC THEf PRODUCE Nine specialists out of ten use unscientific met to guesswork in treating- their patted wnicn results in tne many mere are vvno, are il nly disappointed but lose their money. Have jl made this great mistake, being-attracted biVllbenl oners ot payment, oargain cures ana "low- prlc of unscientific specialists, instead of seeking- set tlfic methods only, by which you will ever be curs I EKFLOr SCIENTIFIC -METHODS, and dep'el on no worthless electrical devices, and for this real I make more cures than all other specialists Inl Louis: I can afford to cure for less than other n.t! I say to diseased mn. como'to za-r3 hnva Arv ..t... ,-lt..l ... -...& a firet th& aulckpst. surest rlianABt- obtainable, from the most skilled specialist In United States, and only Pelvic Specialist in St-Len no charge unless entire satisfaction! Invited, both at office and by Cor Olive St., St. Louis, 3Io. ' hi w - lVB OOUia OIU OI i'OSt UH1CO 11 ! . Pi 1! r SU til R WR . v? j m m&ti&iMft tei t !