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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: S&'TU'RD'Y. OCTOBEE 15. 1904.
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f I Fail to Gore Any Dancer or Tumor
I treat b.fhr.t
poisons deep glands.
Jo i-riay or other
Swindle!. A radfie
Island plant makes
the cures. Any to
tbe lip, face or any
where six months
! narly slway
130-race book of te
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ANY LUMP IN WOMAN'S BREAST
lwlr alway CANCER and If neglect
ed will always poison deep g-landln tin
armpit and kill quickly. -4' "
Add re DR. MRS. CHA3fI.EE CO.
"tnenr uuuu." mre uusr iijtctiitj,
SEND TO SOMEONE WITH CANCER.
t FOOTBALL GAMES TO-DAY. 1
vfashington vs. Euwane. at Radius.
fit. tool. University vs. Warreazturg,
portaman' Park, o'clock.
Christian Brothers' College t. Oera
CStr, Christian Brother College oamiraa,
Kurarai. West Point at -Wert Point.
Tala t. Syracuse at New Harea.
Princeton r. Annapolla at Annapolis.
Columbia vs. Aznheret at J'.w Tork.
Pennsylvania ti. Brown at Philadel
phia. Cornell ti. Bseknell at Ithaca.
Lafayette vs. Bloomsburg- at Easten.
Pennsylvania State ts. West Virginia
Dickinson vt, Franklin and Marshall
Michigan t. Ohio Statt UniTenrty at
Chicago ti. Iowa at Chicago.
New Tork UnlTerslty vs. Trinity at
Virginia t. Iforta Carolina at Char
lottesTtUa. Colgate. ts. Hobut at Hamilton.
Dartmouth! Ta, Williams at West New
ton. Wesleyan vs. IXassachuserta "Aggies"
at MIddletown. I
Illinois 1. Indiana at Champaign,
Wlscousla ti. Notre Bam at Mn-saukee-
Tale,. IMS, v. WlHlsloa at Eastharop
tonv Carllsls Isdiani ti. Albright at Car
llw'.a. Hairrrd. 1S0J, tb. Exetfr at Exeter.
Union ts. Hamilton at Clinton.
GAMES HERE TO-DAY
St. Louis U. Plays Warrensburg,
Washington Meets Suwanee,
CB. C. Opposes Gem City.
CONTEST AT STADIUM.
HAPPENINGS II Illinois CITIES AID TOWNS
Twenty-Three Preliminaries and
Five Semifinals Decided in
Delaney's Men and Normal
Eleven Will Probably Fur
nish Feature Meet Cote
Brilliante Boys Crippled.
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' Wenema 'Wins "Match Oman.
'Wenoaa. 111., Oct. U Baseball to-day t
Wenona, I1L, for aide, bet of 130'resalted: We
cena Fire Department J, Toluca Bedi 1.
I CURE MEN
Iff BEST RKERENCCB,
DB. NATHAXIEL. K. IOXG,
522 Fine St.. St Louis, Mo.
VARICOCELE. I cure this dlieaee
without operation or lleature. and under
ray treatment the congested condition
(within ten day) disappears, the parti
are restored to their natural condition.
Tlcor and itrtnctb and circulation re-ea-tabUahed.
STSICTCRE. I cure itrtcture without
the knife or Instrument, by an applica
tion which acts directly on the parti af
fected. dlaiolTlnt the itrlcturo completely
br my ralTanlc-eledrlcal and medical
treatmenC My treatment Is painless and
In nowise Interferes with your business
IOSS OF MASI.V VIGOIl, Ton may
be lacklnr in tTie power of manhood. If
so, I will Testers- to yon the snap, rim
and Tlror of Tltallty. losi of which may
t the resulfof losses, drains, excesses or
COSTA.GIOC3 BLOOD POISOX. It
mar b la its primary stare, or It may
hay been hereditary or contractea in
early dars. thereby belns constitutional. I
euro ail its compucauoRB. i blo un
ress. eradloate eTery Teitlr o poison
from the system, and this without the
use of mercury or potash,
ULCERS AJfD SKIJT DISEASES.
T ntn all acute or chronic ulcers without
bnrnins; pastes or saives. asm Giseay-n,
quickly dliappear undr my rpedal elec-tro-xaeolcal
sprays and treatment.
wtnCTrr. nuDDEti Axn .pnos-
TATIO DISEASES. I cure all-lrrlta-tlon.
frequent desire or stoppaire. brick
dust sediment, pain In the back and ca
PTLES, nCPTTJRE AJfD ITiDRO
CELE. I cure these diseases without op
eration. No knife. No detention from
business. No acm inaction.
PRIVATE DISEASES. Newlr con
tracted and chronic cases cured. All burn
lnc and ItcMne. Inflammation. and unnat
ural discharge stopped In : hours; cures
effected tn"J days. -
MEDICaii ADVICE FREE.
Mrjtatnaite to cure U:
"SotaitUtrm$0ib paid until cunt."
I make -no charre for a frlendlr talk or
correspondence. Como.to roe In the strict
est comMence. I bare "been" excluslrely
treatlnc private and special dlseasei of
men for fifteen years. Nothing science
can derlse cr money can buy Is lacking In
my office equipment- I will use you
honestly, treat you skillfully and restore
Su to healUi In the shortest time, with
e least medicine, discomfort and ex
pense. If you cannot call, write for
symptom blank and my latest book.
BR. 1ATHIHIEL K. KIN6
rlR. KINB MEDICAL ASS'N.
S.E. Corner Sixth andPine.S ts,
btruc.tsriiiSL JT.LOni. .
Hours- a, ro. to p . m.; Bandars, 1 to Z.
X-Ray Examlnotlom FBEE
St Louis will acaln have its shara
football to-tor. as three local teams will
entertain visiters on the local checker
boards. Washington will meet Suwanee
College on tho Stadium field, St Louis
University plays Warrensburg State Nor
mal at Sportsman's Park, and Christian
Brothers College ties up with tho Gem
3ty Collcce on tho Coto 3rillianto cam
pus. Tho V.ashlnston-Suwanee trams will un
doubtedly bo a ilctory for the latter, ac
cordlnz to reports from their trainlnir
camp. They have ono of the fastest
teams in tho South, and have liad con
siderable practice and have several games
to their credit
Boynton has been working faithfully
witn hi3 team since last Saturday repalr
inc the weak spots. Ho says that his
men have again rounded into form and
should put up a better game than they
did when they were defeated by Illinois.
The Tennessee team got In last night.
and while thry appear to bo on about
equal terms with the local eleven, thl3
may not be tho case when they don tho
pads and guards.
Tho St Louis Unlverslty-Warrenaburg
game should provo the most exciting
game, as these teams are) about on an
equal. Little work was dono by Coach
Delaney and his men .yesterday, light sig
nal work beins: tho order. They will lino
vp on tho Sportsman's Park field at 3:15
o clock and will undoubtedly put up tho
Warrensburg comes to St Louis with a
good record, and it is said that they arc
stronger than when they appeared here
last year. For this reason, Delaney will
send In his ("trc-ngest toam.
The 8t Loula Itovs hav had n htrd
week of practice, as Delaney has a very
good ecrub team, and has been, sending
the regulars in against them for two flf-teen-mlnuto
halves each day.
Although the regulars always score, they
get gooa exercise and Delaney indorses it
PLAYERS TO BE SHIFTED.
Itoglcr's exit from the game bas caused
some trouble in the back Geld, but Coach
Delayer thinks he has his team workinir
Tight again by the shifting of a few of
While Delaney says that he does rot
care to take any chances with the War
rensburg team, he thinks that his eleven
will bo the victor In to-day's contest
The Christian Brothers' Colifce team
will bo sent in against the Gem City Col
lege eleven in a criDDled condition, bat
Coach Wlbur hopes for tho best with his
Ho had his men out for practice, yester
day morning Instead of In tho afternoon,
so as not to interfere with tho High School
boys, and rounded up the work for to-morrow.
Schultz has his right knee covered with
bolls, and while this will not exactly keep
him out of tho game. It will bo very pain
ful for him to ko In tho fray.
RandaU. the Indian at the college, had
his side injured in practico several days
ago. While'ho has been on the field and
Jumping-arotmd' since, if 13 'thought that
c will be unable'to do his beit
The Indian Is a very faithful worker
reports Wilbur, and, being big, adds great
ly to the weighty cad of the team. Al
though rather new to the gamo It Is ex
pected he will help after tho season pro
gresses more. With two men on the shelf,
C. B. C will be In a bad way, but at
that they are confident of winning.
If Schultz decides to eo in the trame
he will be placed at right half back and
Ratlcan will be sent m at iuil if not
Ratlcan will play half and a sub will
Tho Gem City team arrived last night
and registered at the Closer. They look
to be in fine condition, and while they
will outweigh tho local boys, tho Coto
Brilliante lads have no fear.
The visitors report that they have a
much faster team than when they wero
hero last year, but it Is practically a new
one. only three members of tho 1S0 squad
being with the team.
AVERAGE IB POUNDS.
Tho Gems will average 1(3 pounds, which
will bo about fifteen pounds to tho man
heavier than the local team. The latter
say they will repeat tho stunt of last
year and beat the visitors as bad as twenty-three
With Suwanee having a heavier team;
Warrensburg being faster than last season
and the C. B. C. bunch on the field in
crippled condition. It is hard to tell which
will be the best game.
Warrensburg will probablv be outdone
in weight by the St Louis U.. which will
malm un for its SDeed. and C. B. C. will
have the advantage In experience, as tho
Cem boys have not played a gams this
season. .. . , ,
Tho CoiT-ge-Gem came will probably
have the line up as follows:
a B. C. Position. Gm City.
January T?t end Schaefer
Kyle.... Left tackle McAllister
Wynne Left ruara bpeers
Hennlnc Center Barney Capt.)
Randall Rleht iruard Murlln
Basin RIsht tackle "Woods
Hoffman BrittlnRham RIsht end Campbell
Hood. Quarter back Youns
Schultz Rleht half back Barlan
Brockme7er..... .Left 'half back Wilson
SHORTEST BOUT 23 SECONDS.
Won By B. Hansen of Brooklyn,
X. Y., From F. C. Warmboldt
of the North St. Louis
Twenty-three preliminaries and flva
semifinals wero decided In tho Olympic
wrestling tournament at tho World's Fair
Tho shortest bout was tho second pre
liminary of tho heavy-weight class, be
tween B. Hansen of tho Norwegian Turn
Verein, Brooklyn. N. T., and r. C. Warm
boldt of the Nortli St L0UI3 Turn Verein,
St Louis, wen by tho former in twenty
three seconds. Both men started in at tho
gong. Hansen caught his opponent
around the waist, lifted him up and
dropped him on his shoulders In short
Several of the bouts went tho limit of
sis minutes, and In somo tho referee or
dered a second bout of threo minutes be
fore rendering a decision.
The fifth bout in tha 113-pound prelira
Iraries was tho hardest to decide, and
was finally given to Doctor William J.
Hcnnessy, Worcester, Mass., after els
minute and three-minuto rounds. His op
ponent was Charles Eng of tho Norwezian
Turn Verein, Brooklyn, N. Y. Both men
were on their feet aH the time, except
about one minute at tho close of the sec
ond round, when Hcnnessy got his man to
tho floor and held him down until tha
Tho fastest and most ovenlr matched
ovent was the llJ-pound preliminary bout
between Gus Bauers of tho National Turn
Verein. Newark. N. J., and W. L. Nelson
of the St. Gtorge Athletic Club. New Yoik
City. Both men wero fast and went to
work with a will. At tho end of tho six
minutes the referee could not decide end
ordered an extra three-minute round. Dur
ing this round. Nelson threw Bauers, but
It was off tho mat and was not allowed.
At the end of the fecond round the referee
was still undecided and ordered another
threc-mlnuto round Immediately. At the
end of the third round Bauers was de
clared the winner.
John C. Meyers of St Louis acted as
referee. The other officials were: A. J.
IJ11. Boston. Mass., representative of the
A. A. U. in New England, timer: F. W.
Rubcin, New York City, chairman of tho
Wrestling Committee. Metropolitan Ath
letic Association, judge; Martin Delaney,
St Louis, clerk.
In the 140-pound preliminary between
Otto F. Roehm. Central Y. M, C. A.. Buf
falo. N. Y-. and Frod Koenic Social Turn
ers, St Louis, Koenlg was en the defensive
throughout and was on the bottom when
Referee Meyer stopped the bout nnd
awarded tnu decision to Roehm after four
minutes and twenty seconds.
FRED HUSSMAN WINS.
The next bout. In the samo class, was
awarded to Fred Husoman of the Social
Turners, St Louis, on points. His op
ponent was Jerry Winholtz of the Central
1. M. C A.. Chicago.
R. Wolkon of the Boys' Club. New York
City, has a great neck hold that he use3
to advantage, but ho failed to throw his
opponent 11. Tcsing. of the St George
Athletia Club, New York City.
The first throw of tho (lav Trna miwln hv
Albert ZIrkcl of the National Turnvercin,
,.t.MA, .. .., ju juji prciiuiimiry cout
with Charles Haborcorn, of tho South
west Turnvercin, St, Louis.
Tho first bout of the I0j-pound pre
liminaries was won. by Robert Curry of
the St George Athletlo Club, New York
City, who threw his opponent, Gus
Thleranthaler, of the South Broadway
Athletic Club, St Louis, in four minutes
and live seconds.
John Hein of tho Boys' Club, New Tork
City, won tho second preliminary in this
weight by tiirowing Claudo Holgate, of
tho National Turnvercin, Newark. N. J.,
In ono mlnuto and four seconds.
Tho first preliminary, in the Impound
class, was won by J. C. Babcock of tho
Central Y. M. C. A. Chicago, from Koppen
of tho South Side Turn Verein, St Louis.
Another short bout was the second pre
liminary, in the Impound class, between
Theodore McLear of tho National Turn
herein. Newark. N. J., and Z. P. Strebler
ui ino aoum uroauway Aimctlc Club. St
Louis. McLear threw tho latter in thirty
Tho nest event. IK-pound preliminary,
W33-won by D. Wortman of the German
American Athletic Club, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
In ono mlnuto and fifty-six seconds.
His opponent. Max Miller of tho Central
Y. M. C. A., St Louis, was good on tho
Tho last preliminary in this class was
between B. J. Bradshaw of the Boys'
Club. New York City, and F. C Ferguson
of tho Central Y. M. C. A.. Chicago.
Bradshaw throw hl opponent in one min
ute and thirty-eight seconds.
ALBERT ZIRKEL BEATEN.
Tho second semifinal In thli class was
given to Otto F. Roehm. His opponent
Albert Comstock Indicted by the
Grand Jury for the Death of
Albert Comstock, n. former motorman
for tho East St Louis street car line,
is charged in an indictment returned yes
terday with murder in the case of the
death of Joseph Wurth, a young man,
who was killed on August 2) of this year
on St Clair avenue, East St Louis.
Wurth was driving a dairy wagon,
vthich was heavily loaded with stock food
from a brewery, when the car approached
from behind. He did not get off the
trad: quick enough to suit Comstock,
and he ran his car against tho wagon,
pushing it along tho street. Several wit
nesses claimed that Wurth asked Com
stock to stop until ho could get his
v.'ason out of the way. Suddenly the
wagon gave way and the young man was
thrown beneath tho wreckage. His skull
was fractured and ho died a short while
later. Comstock was arrested and wa3
released on bond. Tho Grand Jury took
up tho matter and the indictment charg
ing him with murder, was returned. Com
stock was arrested yesterday and is held
Other indictments returned yesterday
Iouls Werner, charged with stealing a
watch from Emil Damrarich; grand lar
ceny; ball, SVfl.
Edward Wiltcn, rrand larceny; bail,
John Palmier, grand larceny; bail, J3XX
Edward Dullanty. burglary and lar
ceny; ball, O); petit larceny, ball, J3.
Tim O'Reilley, working a shell gamo at
Brooklyn; bnil. JO.
Thoman Williams, assault to murder;
orders, dated In 1SI7. which never have
been paid. They were for small amounts
and were signed by William Roman and
John Scheel. the country clerks at that
time. Mr Rhein is preparing a list of
county orders Issued previous to 1800, un
called for and outlawed br the statute").
He will present this list to tho Board of
Supervisors for revocation.
Belleville Xerci Notes.
Mr. and !Ir. -Gri;e 3. MsRocera returned
yesterday from a visit in California.
Mr. and Mr?. Peter Go-Ur hale returned to
their hemo in Evansvtlle, Ind.. after a visit
Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Palcctte celebrated
their nfth, redding- anniversary lart nisht.
Tho ladles' sctlon of tha Belleville Turn
vereln met last nltrht
Miss Marv Gunn will entertain the mem
bers of th Parthenlan Society this afternoon
at br himo on Abend street.
Mr. and Mr. C, Barthi-1 of Cincinnati. O.,
are tha guests of Mrs. M. lleuther.
Conrad Yaeckcl Is In Okawvllle, TU.
II. C. Albrecht of Indiana Is la trim.
ItEPUHLICAaS AI'PLACD DC.VEEi'.
Candidate for Governor Draws. Larjre
Crowd nt West Ucllcvlllc.
Stato Attorney Charles S. Dcneen. Re
publican candidato for Governor of Illi
nois, wa tho speaker at a mass meeting
of Republicans of Belleville la3t night In
Huffs Hall. West Ecllevlle. Mr. Deneen
and his party arrived in Belleville just be
fore tho meeting;
He filkcd on the issues of tho campaign
and rectlved irenerous applause. John L.
Griffiths of Ohio also spoke. The meeting
drew a larger crowd than the ono at
which Speaker Joseph G. Cannon wa3 tho
In JnJI for Flonrlsfclnsr IteTolver,
Charles Thlmmtg of Lenzburg was ar
rested on charges of disturbing tho peace.
flourishing a deadly weapon and carrying
concealed weapons by Constable Lautz of
Belleville yesterday. Tho charges Tvere
preferred by Miss Bertha Neurnbcrger.
with whom, it Is aUegcd. Thlmmlg quar
reled recently and flourished a revolver.
Mlss Neurnberger swore out warrants for
his arrest Unablo to furnish a J290 bond
In each ca3e, Thimmlg was sent to JaiL
T-rro Lnrjro Moi-tarncc Filed.
Two unusually larg mortgage were
filed with County Recorder Charles
Haerclo in Belleville yesterday. Tho larger
was for 8,CXXa. and was given by the
Alton. Granite and St Loui. Traction
Companv to tho Illinois State Trust Com
pany of East St LouW a3 trustee, and
covera property In Madison and St Clair
counties. The second was for J10O.00O, and
was given to the Colonial Trust Company
of Now York br tho Bteutman National
Tnvntio7i nnd Manufacturimr Company of
East 8t Louis, and covers the property of
TEAMSTER HURT, HonSE DROWNED
Clinln Brake 011 Wheel Snap, Al
lowing; lVagon to Ran Down Levee,
L. C. Coltmer of No. ISIS Valentine
street. East St. Louis, a teamster for the
St. Louis Transfer Company, sustained a
broken leg in an accident on the Levee
yesterday. One of his horses was drowned.
The accident was causI by the breaking
of tho brake chain attached to the rear
Coltmer had a heavily loaded wagon, and
to control it while driving down the Leve.?
to the ferryboat he chained on of the
rear wheels, causlnjr it to drag. The strain
was too great and tho chain broke, letting
the waon run down on the horacs
Coltmer tried to turn his team, but
failed. Ho was pulled to the pavement
and his right leg was fractured. The
horses were forced into the river, and. bo
foro help arrived, one was drowned. Colt
mer was att"ndd bv Doctor E. H. Little
of East St Louis. Ho was removed to his
DncI Willi Butcher Knives.
Alice Cohen and Ella Wllon. negresses,
wero saved from stabbing each other yesterday-
by Policeman Thomas Morrlssey of
East St Louis. They quarreled and were
thrusting at each other as hard as thoy
could when Morrlssey arrived. Alice Co
hen wnt arrested, but her opponent es
caped. Sho Is charged with disturbing the
tho Western Forge Works
In East St
Unearfhi Old County Order.
County Auditor Charles Rhein pf Belle
ville yesterday unearthed several county
East St. LonLi Kerns.
. Miss B Healer Is entertaininr Miss Xate
Healey of Sprlnctleld.
Mrs. John McCaba of JHchlran I the rn-rt
of Mr.1?. Thompson.
-5tr. J. W. Davidson entertained at luncheon
y:terdav In honor of- Miss Elsie Arbot of
Mr. and ilrm. ir. W. Alhrecht ef Terrs
Haute. Ind.. are tha guests of Mrs. F. Ilahn.
Kiowa Tribe. No. IS!, will civs a smoker
James Halcht alloc! and felt on the side
walk and dislocated his left shoulder yesterday.
Mrs. Keesee of Carbondale. lit. is Tlsltlnr
her daughter. Mrs. It Munrsr.
T. J. Eurn, division passenger agent for
the Chicago and Alton Railroad, was a visitor
in JerseyvlUe yesterday.
The Ladles' Aid Society of the First Pres
byterian Church In JerseyVlUe held an inter
esting meeting- yesterday at tba country home
of Mrs. George Bandy.
i M wa m YTajb 1
atLT-T ll'IC1 ft t
ll a sSBBBJr
Tho ' Garland" is Dre-eminent In every point of
material, workmanship, strength, beauty, service, con
venience, economy of fuel. Bnt one quality, and that fM
the best. Sold bv first class dealers evervwhera. fe
Ihe "Garland" Gus Rango Has No Cental
Msrniicturcd od7 by Tha Mlchijaa Sior Cvaepsusjr Detroit CbJea9
.LArzes: ausers 01 htores & luagca la IBs tt orld.
Coi uniEt!ui;ifH;ikct SMiUro taSiOTfclsi "Carls flejlaf Casts.
For Sale by Chas. NidrlnKhaus Housefcrnlshlnr Co.
Union Uousefurclshlnz Co.. Franklfa its.
1001 Franklin stc;
ana ugnui si.
Record for Two Years
Under the New Management of the
of Mollc. XII.,
rueet yesterday of Senator T. S. Oiapniaa in
IT. I Chapman
J. Fowler of Upper XI ton Is tht riiest of
jersej Yiua inenuj.
T. J. Hardy of Jers-yrtlls Is entertalnlnff
V party o reuuiTei coniisung or. Air, kaxnn
Marsh. Martin Crandall and Encln Vanden
TvaJker of Lacslng; Mich.
Doctor Gilbert Prltchett of Falrbury. Kb
la tha rum of hla brother. Perry iTltciiett, in
75 Per Cent,
125 Per Gent.
Sales Increased, -Capacity
This is all due to following their motto:
Superior Quality, Purity and Mature. Agi,
Dr. L. H. Meyers
of Frankfort, Mo Is a
Doctor Charles Flautt of Chicago Is ths
guest of Doctor J. A. Flautt
1 Blward Klnjrsley of Ccranton, Ksa. Is ths
guest of Jerseyrille relatives.
John 1.021: cf !
g-cest of JerseyvlUe
an Diego. Ovl..
MIsi Addle Terry las gone to Pasadena,
Cal., to visit with Mrs. WluTass EgelhoS.
Alderman John S. Meeowen of Upper Altos
was a vUltor In JerseyvlUe.
Question as to "Wnether There
Will Bo a Double-Header To
Day Still Undecided.
.Full back Woods
WHITNEY'S ENTIRE STABLE SOLD.
Twenty-Six ThoronsnUred BrlnfC
$S3,S0O at Public Auction.
New York, Oct 1. The entire racing
stable of W. C Whitney, which has been
racing this year under the name and col
ors of H. B. Duryea, was sold at Morris
The two stars of the salo were Artful,
winner- of the Futurity, and Tanya, win
ner of S38.000. Both were bought by Harry
P. Whitney, who paid UO.OM for Artful and
$7,000 for Tanya. Heart's Desire, b. f by
Hamhurir Admiration, was sold to Mrs.
Harrv P. Whitney for Jt.OW. SIdncylPaeet
bought Mineola, 3, by Meddler Hurley
Burley, for Jj.oxj. Banana, wno ran sec
ond to Tradition In the Great: Eastern
Handicap, went to A. J. Joyncrfor 17,000.
H. B. Duryea paid $3,000 for Chieftain.
Princess Rupert went to H." P. "Whitney
for $1,000. and J. E. -Weidncr paid $S,K for
'Twenty-six .head sold for a total of
1 It was learned to-day that Matthew Cor
Twitt who bouirht Meddler at the Whitney
sale last Tuesday, was acting for Clarence
SECOND. BASKET BALL GAME.
Olymplaa and Indian Meet on
World's Fair Court.
The Qlvrnplas of the North Side Y. M.
C A. team and the World's FIr Indian
basket-ball team wlU play the second
game of their series on the plaza In front
of the Indian School to-day at 4 p. m. Tho
Y, M. .C." A. team ,won the first game,
which waa played Inside, a condition under
which the Indians had sever played be
Following Is the line-up:
Indians. - Position. Olymptaa.
Ad Wince Right forward. EM Klein
Jonas swayne....LeTt forward Gus Hessler
Frank Fish Center Virgil Scbuete
George Seisin Itlrht cuard... .Louis Froaardt
Frank Moore.. j..Left guard. Gus Erewer
Railroad Victim to Be Bnrled.
James M. Henderson, the Terminal
switchman who wa killed yesterday by
belns crushed between a switch tnglne
and a passenger coach near Ewiriir ave
nue, will be buried Tuesday. He leaves a
wife, Mrs. Nona Henderson.
Doctor M. M. Whltehurst cf Baltimore,
Md., threw his opponent twice in one mln
uto and thirteen seconds, In the first pre
liminary of EC-pound class. F. C. Fer
guson of the Central Y. M. C A., Chi
cago, was tne loser.
The second event went the limit and
was awarded to August Wester. Jr., of
the National Turn Verein. Newark, N. J.
Charles Stevens of tho Social Turner HalL
St. Louis; was hi3 opponent
N. Nifiot of the Pastime Athletic Club,
New York City, threw Z. B. Straeblcr of
South Broadway Athletic Club. St Louis,
In eight minutes and twelve seconds. Tho
event was tho third crellminary in the
Two 13S-pounders were the next on the
mat, and both worked hard for tho deci
sion. Most of the leading was dono by
A. J. Betchestoblll of tho St Louis A. A.
A., but his opponent William Schacfcr,
of tho National Turn Verein, Newark,
N. J., was fine on tho defensive and threw
his opponent In five minutes and forty
Tho neit event was tho recond pre
liminary In the lK-pound class and was
won by Otto F. Roehm of tho Central Y.
M. C A.. Buffalo, N. Y., who threw Doc
tor H. Toeppen of the Concordia Turn
vereln. St Louis, in 3:30.
William Bechman of the New We3t Side
Athletic Club, New York City, national
champion in tho luS-pound class, threw S.
A. Filler of the Central Y. M. C. A, Chi
cago, in 2:01.
Another preliminary in tha 138-pound
class was the next event D. R, Hcn
nessy and A. Melllnger of tho St. Bar
tholomews Athletic Club. New York City.
wero the contestants. The former didn't
show up vory well in his first bouts, but
adopted different tactics In this event and
threw Mellinger twice in 2:15.
Jerry E. Winholtz wa3 loser In this
class, no well as In the HS-pound class.
His showing was better in tho heavier
event and it took two rounds to decide
Charles Erlckson of tho Norwegian Turn
vereln, Brooklyn. N. Y., the winner in the
Tho second semiflnnl In tho 133-pound
class was between McLear and Wortman.
McLear got a good head hold and threw
Wortman after one mlnuto and two sec
The only semblance of a foul was fn the
first bout of tho heavy-weight class, but
it was not allowed. The contestants were
Frank Ksngler of the Southwest Turn
Verein. St Louis, and Joseph Dllg of the
St Louis Rowing Club, St Loula "bung
ler was mucn tne neavier ana Detter man.
and when he raised his head suddenly and
hit his opponent In the chm. the Latter
claimed foul. Dilg "was 'thrown twice In
four minutes and twenty seconds.
The first semifinal of the 13S-pound class
was won by Charles Erlcksen from Doc
tor Hennessy In' two minutes and flfty
The last bout was the second semifinal
In the liu-pouna ciass, petween tne cham
pion, William Bechman, and Otto F.
Roehm. Bechman threw his opponent In
The remainder of the bouts will be held
at the Stadium, beginning at "10 a, m. to-6a.
Tho baseball situation In the post-season
series 13 beginning to assume Interesting
First tho players and tho Cardinal man
agement wero embroiled, but now tha
managers of both teams are In the thick
et and soma merry tcte-a-tetes may be
held botween U10 big guns at Camp Cardi
nals and Camp HcdgesL
After yesterday's game Hedges hurled
a document at tho Cardinals. Then M.
Stanley Roblson, through his business
manager, B. Stuart Muckenfuss, Issued a
statement accusing Hedge of falling to
llvo up to hi3 agreements.
Hedges holds forth in his signed docu
ment that the Browns have acted so
"Sunday-school" like, that it would be
unfair to have them so punish themselves
as to work a double-header. Robison's
businese manager claims that Hedges pro
posed tho double-header. Tho fans ore
beginning to think that there may be a
game to-morrow. The players were not
so sure last night that there would not
bo a Sunday game.
Followin? la the statement of President
The players en the Bt Louts American
League team have done everything: the man
agement has asked of them and dono It most
gracefully ana cheerfully. Now, we see no
reason whatever why we should ask our ball
players 10 panicipaie in a aouDie-neaaer sal
urdav afternoon, simply because the players 01
the Cardinal team have refused to do their
IVa are oerfectlT willtnar to nlaT the runt
Sunday afternoon or net play. Just as the Car
dinals decide. Tho action of the Cardinal
players has cost the Browns CO cr J10O apiece,
and we certainly do not propose to ask them
to do double duty Saturday because of stub
bornness or Internal strife In the Cardinal
ranks, especially after kalnp the chance to
mako this money. There will be hut ono game
To this communication Roblson respond
ed as follows, through Mr. Muckenfuss:
When It was announced that tho Cardinals
would not accept the 0-per-cent proposition
made to them, Mr. Iledres proposed, to Mr.
M. 9. Ilohlson to play a double-header on (Sat
urday, and to this. Mr. Roblson agreed, and so
stated to the newsxpcr men who wero at tha
ball park. ,
Mr. Mercer also made the suggestion of &
double-header to ms. In fact the Browns
management were the originators of the dou-blo-heailer
movement and the Cardinals' man-o-cement
accepted the proposition In good faith
and ex-pected Its fulsllment.
Ytsterday, Mr. Hedres told me to. say to Mr.
Roslsen that he would plsy but one RSme to-
car. 1 so statea to ir. iiooison. ana he naliy
refused to tack down from the original airree
ment. and Insists upen tho carrylns out ot the
compact to the letter, and. having seven games,
as contracted for. Mr. Roblson rlehtly claims
that ir. Uedres cannct arbitrarllv rail cf?
any game without his consent- That both cf
them must consent Is necessary to cancel the
agreement Mr. Roblson absolutely refuses to
cancel cue of these gam's, and It will not be
the fault ot the Cardinals If two games are
not played to-day.
The rates of League Park Trill be open to
day, and the Cardinals will be ready to begin
operations at 2 o'clock. whn the Hrst game
will bo called. The public will know who aro
responsible for tho breaking of tho agreement
TIGERS ARE READY FOR
GAME WITH THE INDIANS.
Coach McLean has worked strenuously
nd conscientiously perfecting his men. focr
thls game, and feels that even If compelled
to swallow the bitter defeat dose the
cause will not be lack of condition.
There never was a team moro anxious
to win a game than the Tigera are to
wrest victory from tha Indians to-morrow.
A defeat of the Indians would mean al
most as much to them as a victory from
their bitterest rivals tho Kansas team. A
victory would almost assuro them of the
championship of tho Missouri Valley, and,
more Important still. It would raise tho
athletic standing of tho university.
Quito the most interesting feature of tho
contest to-morrow Is the uncertainty that
surrounds It Even Coach McLean will
not venture an opinion as to tho result
Ho cays that he really has no Idea as to
what tha developments will be. He saw
tho Indians play when they defeated the
"I fully believe," said McLean last
night, "that tho Indians have tho strongest
team In tho West I saw them play Kan
sas last week, and formed this opinion
then. The uncertainty lies with my team.
Missouri's eleven this season M nutde up
almost Pritlrely of green, untried material.
Tho team has won two came3, but in
neither waa it In condition to do Itself
justice. In tho Simpson game victory was
so easy that It was not nccessaiy for the
men to extend themselves. In to- morrow's
gamo thev will havo tJ put In their hard
est licks from tho first noto 'f the whis
tle, and what sort of a showing they will
mako when they have f play har.1 fect
ball, I havo no means of knowing."
To-morrow's game will give the best
sort of dopo on the Thanksgiving game
between the universities of Kansas and
Missouri. The Jayhawkers played the In
dians last week and were badly beaten.
If Missouri wins to-morrow, ot even' holds
the Indians down to one or two touch
downs, their chances of winning from
Kansas will" look exceedingly, bright If
they aro beaten bv a. larger score than
that of the Indian-Kansas contest, Rloom
will aeatn pervaae tne iair f.r tne Tiger,
and Missouri supporters will be compelled
to expect defeat
LEADS AT CHESS
Dr. Ksyers' Staff of Phyriolanj.
We are Speeialisti for Disuses ni
Weaknesses of MEN and MEN ONLY.
We know just what we can do, and wi
have such firm cenfidence in our NEW
METHODS and TREATMENT that wi an
willing to cure our patients under ir
abseluta Guarantie of'
NOT A DOLLAR
m nan this most emphaticaut. it is for tou-fob evfjtimt.
Lost Powor Rastorad (According tl Af.) I4T0 SO DAYS.
Private Diseasaa (Riceitlj CODinctltl) 4 DAYS.
Varicocele (Without in Opention) 10 TO 30 DAYS. -
Blood Poison (Ho Mercury or Poiiso) 30 TO 90 DAYS.
KIDNEY AND BLADDER TROUBLES mm idnrc.mio 15 fo 40 Bljs.
CONSULTATION FItES AND INVITED. Write. It you canrot ealL All eorrepond
rnce strictly confidential and ail replies sent In plain envelopes. Offic hours a, sa
to 6 p. rn. Dv-enlngs. :13 to t. Sundays, 9 a. in. to U noon.
Dr. L. H. MEYERS & CO. S&TZgRt
WILL USE SMALL SUBWAY
FOR ALL HAND BAGGAGE.
ConcU McLean Want lo Learn What
III Men Can Do in m. Real Foot
Kansas City, Ma.jOct H. Tho Missouri
Tigers are on the ground, ready for to
morrow's big battle. The Haskel Indians
will arrive to-morrow morning. Coach
McLean brought hl3 band to Kansas City
last night and housed it at the Midland
Hotel. There were eighteen players in the
party, and there, was not a man In the
bunch who did not look lit
If condition was tho only requisite tor
victory, ths Missouri team would win.
Max Judd, the Local Champion,
Now Shares Honora With
TJdeman for Second FIw
The fourth round of the national chess
tournament was played at the Missouri
Athletlo Club' last night and Frank J.
Marshall still retains the lead, having won
his fourth gamo in as many rounds.
The results last night however, causd
a change in the second position, and now
only two players aro tied for the place
Max Judd. the local champion, together
with Udeman, are tied for srennd, each
having won their games last night.
E. Schrader 13 holding; third place, but
may drop back, as he has a drawn game
to be played with Schweitzer.
To-day will bo devoted to tjt;e play-off of
Tho results yesterday were as fol'ows:
JafTe beat Doctor Schrader. I'rtcman beat
Elsenberg. El Schrader leat Kcmeny.
Marshall beat Schweitzer, Judd beat
Tho stanains is as :onows:
Union Station Officials to Provide
Additional Facilities When
tbe Fair Closes.
With the close of the Fair visitors to St
Louis will enjoy even greater conveniences
In the handling of small baggage.
Under the present conditions Jt Is Impos
sible for the baggage officials to avail
themselves of the small tunnel which ex
tends from the main subway north under
the midway and the first floor of the waiting-room.
It was proposed that all small baggage
should bo sent from the trains Into the
main subway, and from there to the main
waiting-room, by tho way of the small
suDway. in tne waiting-room a Baggage
oillce was to be Installed, where the small
baggage would await delivery.
But the Terminal lines requested that
during the Fair rush the space Intended
for the baggage-room should be devoted to
validating offices, which was done.
Terminal officials now state that as coon
as the Fair closes, when there, will be no
further use for validating offices, visitors
to the city can claim their baggago In the
main waiting-room. Instead of. as at pres
ent being compelled to walk to the Twen
tieth street end of the midway, where a
temporary small baggage-room has been
prepared, and to which point all of the
small baggage must be taken on trucks.
TEN DAYS' INSPECTION TRIP.
the Cotton Belt, and officials of.botnT
tems departed yesterday afternoon ot
tbe Illinois division of the Iron Mountain.
At Texarkana It Is expected that Edwin
Gould will return by way of the Cotton
Belt while George Gould will continue)
over the Missouri Pacific. It Is Georsrs
Gould's Intention, if condition In New
York permit, to spend at least ten day
on this trip, returning- by way of St,
Louis for another visit to the Fair.
Edwin Gonld Will Return by Way ot
tho Cotton Belt.
George J. Gould, president of ths Mis
souri Pacific; Edwin Gould, president of
C, H. Jt D. Appointments.
A circular Issued from- the freight traf
fic department of the Cincinnati, Hamil
ton and Dayton and Pere Marquette sys
tem announces the appointment of J. X.
Campion as general "Western agent, with!
offices In the Carleton building-. St Louis.
The appointment I effective October 1.
Mr. Campion in turn Issues a circular,
announcing' the appointment of G. Mc
Manama as traveling freight agent, with,
headquarters In St. Louis, effective today-
also George W. Hand, T. F. A, will
have headquarters In St Louis, instead of
Cincinnati, as formerly.
Crane' Authority Extended.
According to a circular Issued yester
day. C. S. Crane, general passenger anil
ticket agent of the Wabash, will, com
mencing to-day, be In charge of tha din
ing car and restaurant department F. C
Roberta having- been appointed manage
of ths dining car and restaurant depart
ment, under the direction of Mr. Crane,
who makes the appointment which is ap
proved by PrestdentRamsey.
Italian Benevolent Society BalL
The Italian Benevolent Society of St,
Louis will have Its thirty-ninth annual
ball In Liederkranz Hall at Thirteenth)
street and Chouteau avenue to-night The
Entertainment Committee consist ot
Julius Bemacchl. chairman: Orazio G.
Plerl. John Cavagnaro, Louis 3. Ctmeo,
Louis Gazzolo, John Bepetto and Joaepoj
Marshall 4 0 0
Judd J 1 0
TAirran 3 1 0
I Eiseaberjc 3 2 0
Kemerrr - o
W. L D.
E. Schrader....l 1 1
Schweitzer ....1 3 1
MIotkowskl ...1 : 0
Jan's l 3 0
Dr. Sarader. 0 4
Government Forecast for To-Day
Washington, Oct It Forecast:
Indiana. Illinois and Missouri Fair Saturday
and Sunday: light variable winds.
Arkansas. Oklahoma. Indian Territory. West
era Texas, New Mexico, Iowa. Kansas. Nebras
ka. South Dakota. Arizona Fair Saturday and
North Dakota Showers Saturday and prob
Eastern Texas I"alr Eatnr' ms Sn-Uy;
fresh northeast wind.
DR. DUFF'S QUICK, CERTAIN AND SAFE CURE FOR
Tbe only known method tbnt enrea tbe disease at onee without a snrjrleal op
eration, loss of blood, tbe least bit of pain and not !nterferlT with occupation.
My treatment by Acupuncture and Absorption
checks the overflow of blood to the scrotal vein and
removes the stagnant blood that obstructs the cir
culation, so that the ganglionic nerves, the weakness
of which causes varicocele, are restored to streosrth,
and normal circulation to tbe organs is resumed with
out a sign or symptom of Varicocele ever returnlnr. '
In treating Varicocele It Is always necessary to
cure the complications. If the disease has been net"
Iected. which are often worse than the cause, and X
never dismiss a patient until I have restored the
private organs to their natural size, strength and
soundness, revitalized the nervous system so that
nervousness disappears, stopped all vital drains and
nightly emissions, revived sexual power and renewed
tho body with a robust condition and perfect health.
There are thousands of men deceived by unskilled
doctors who claim to cure Varicocele by applications
of medicines, electricity, suspensories and many other
deceptive schemes, and this is why there are so many
who have become so skeptical as to think there Is no
cure for them. There never was a cure for Varico
cele except by surgical operation or my methods.
Sunrlcal operations axe often dangerous, unsuccessful
Cure, or 5o Charcre Absolutely no charge for services unless satisfaction 1 gtesn.
Every patient receives a written guarantee to refund every dollar paid for services) la a
specified length of time If they do not receive a completer lifelonjr cure and entire satisfaction,
and lay well-known financial standing Is sufficient evidence to anyone that I am entirely re- '
sponsible for any contract that Is not fulfilled.
Consultation Free, Confidential and Invited, both at cffics and by comepend-
ssccessiui inauneni uy mail. 4enu3 are always jzaoe to moil in. coaT.niencs ox any-
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I am a Varicocele Special
lit, Sot a. Pretentions
one applying for treatment and very reasonable charges.
nave tnTesuraieo my metnoas ana terms.
Do not treat elsewhere until tn
Offlca hours durlnr week. S a. m. to 1 n. rm.
Sundays, f to I.
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Burlington Building. Directly Opposite South Sid of Post Offica
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