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WARRENSBURG BEATEN BY BLUE AND WHITE;
CHRISTIAN BROTHERS BEST GEM CITY TEAM
jLociils Outclass Visitors and Ruu
Up Score of Twelve to
FAST WORK A FEATURE.
Blue and White Shows Improred
Form Against Normal Team
and Quick Playing Is
Is as fast a same as has bees jlayed on
the local field this year. St. Xouls TJnl
i versity defeated the Warreniburg- State
8 Normal team at Sportsman's Park j ester-
day af tornoon by the score cf 12 to 0.
The Rarae was the best that has been
polled off so far. and cot a moment during
the two halves was the play dull, ine
vWtcrs put up r stiff came, and lost
through their inability to break through
the heavy line." of the St. Louis team.
Outweiphed hy about five pounds to tne
ran. Warr-nsbarj; wa rasi, uu w
sained much erour.d for them, red every
chance that they (tot they rusnea last tne
i local boys for many yards.
After a few minutes of play tfi- vsltors
reallwd that they could not do mucn
against thir heavier opponents, and trick
plays were put Into operation. Three
times did they vm tactics and. catching
the Vnlverslty boys unawares, gained
St. Louis played an IisproTed game, ana
? Rfter the contest Coach Delaney expressed
ifcl satisfaction with the result and praised
the plaers for their work.
Warreaabury followers also said tlttt tee
, team was in much better condition than
Svhen they played Buckner last Saturday.
"y f ffhls was their first contest and they aro
I rapiaiy rounding into ions, ana -wiia u:-
The backs of the St. Louis team worked
Well together and Xumblei were few and
"Warrensbur? iron the toss and chose to
defend the western goal, with the wind to
their bocks. Quarter Back Howe kicked
to James Dlttemore at the flve-yard line.
By ducking and dodgin? he returned the
FPhcxo ten yards.
Etcrk advanced one and X Dlttemore
fturdled for a j-aln of two yards, llayhew
then tried for a left-end run, but was
Conned after making four yards. J. Dltte
tnore rccelted tho ball on tho next three
(days andjnado tho five yards.
LOCALS STUON'G LIKE.
The. hall waa next passed to Harrison,
bat tho local line held so strong that he
gained nothing. The Normal team ihes
positioned for a kick. Instead of throw
ing to the player in position to advance
the ball with his foot. Harrison took the
ball and made an end run and gained ten
This trick play brocght much applause
-Trom, the crowd.
On the next formation. St. Louis was
penalized for an off-sldo play. Stork hur
olcd for one yard and then made a straight
buck and calned Ave. Dlttemore made
two plays and gained one yard on one
and one and a. hair on the other. Stork ,
was held and the ball went to St, Loul
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.Howe rushed nve yards, cut on tne next ,
nlav Camnhell lost the baU on a fumble.
Plays by Dlttemore. Harrison and Stork
advanced the ban about eight yards, and
then Harrison made an end run of thirty
yards. Stork and Dlttemore failed to
make the five yards on the next plays,
and the ball again went Into St, Louis
St. Louis then started for the goal line.
Eennerich made three on the first forma
tion. Kinney bucked and added another.
Hennericn made the distance by one-half
Tard. after which Dlngman was sent over
for six yards, and again for two. Kinney
and Campbell made fire and Hennerich
Campbell then tried for a left-end run,
but was downed after running three yards.
Howe tried the opposite side, but gained
only one. Kinney and CampbeU hurdled
for four, and then the former made a
great straight buck for ten yards.
They kept rushing- the ball and Kinney
waa landed on the five-yard line. The ball
was passed to Hennerich and he was
rushed, but the ball was only placed at
the one-yard line. Kinney on the next
rlay wa sent over the Une for the flrst
touchdown, after 1J minutes of play.
Howe kicked goal and the score was 6
to 0 In favor of St. Iouls.
With two minutes more to play, Harri
eon kicked to CampbeU- at the ten-yard
line. The latter came back as many more
before tho ball was dead, and the same
player advanced twenty yards on the next
He gained nothing; on th third, how
ever. They rushed the ball to the fifty
yard line and time of first half was caUed
with the ban In St. Louis's hands.
Refreshed by the tea minutes' rest, the
teams again lined up. Harrison kicked to
Howe at the thirty-yard lice and he ad
vanced five. The baU did not leave the
local players hands after this until the
second touchdown was made. Fechman
placed the ball t . the eight-yard line and
Dingman was drged from this spot over
the goal Une on the next play, scorlngthe
second touchdown lor the locals. Five
minutes of the second half had been con
sumed. Howe kicked goal and made the
score 12 to 0. in favor of the St. Louis U.
The ball was zigzagged between the
fifteen-yard lines of both teams and. al
though Warrensbcrg trieii hard to advance
by rushing, bucking and hurdling, when
their goal seemed In danger, they resort
ad to kicking to safe spots. This helped
them greatly, and probably kept the score
The game consumed little more than the
twenty and fifteen minute halves, and
when time was called out It was by the
Warrensburg team, two of their players
havteg been slightly injured.
Graham took- Waadell'n place at center
hortly before the call of first half, while
Leedy-went In at right end to replace
Hoflister, who was somewhat exhausted.
Several changes were made In the St.
Louin Unlversltv line-up. Trotter played
lor Cooper at left end. Axllna shared Ieft
ruard position with Silk Campbell. Griffin
and Hobbs played right end and Pch
martn went In for the second half to rlar
left half. Sam Campbell playing this posi
tion in the first.
Kinney was taken out In the second and
Howe moved back to rirht ha'f. Dan Dil
lon took Howe's place at Quarter and per
formed welt, making only one fumble.
The line-up or the teams:
C Xaxxis TJ. Popitloc Warroibnrr.
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n-aTlm .Left ZTOLri--. ....... Crabsni
..Rlrht mart Hnctr
Irwta ..Rlrht tackU Mayor
HoN-OrlfEn......iu!;t nd Holllitr-LeIr
IIovc-tHJoa-. ..-... Qnirur back. .-...Ittolcr
Pnchmajm...Lft talf back..I Dlttersjre
KlmwT-Ho....Jl!rtit half bark IlarrJMn
Hrtoa.........rail half back. J. due-acre
Bfferrt Shaw, BL Lcols. Cmplrs Ferxosca.
frsrressbcrr. Tocchdowia Kinder 1. Dlnrman
u Goals ktckad Bows X Tins cf halrr
IV-antr and HTUo rncatas.
FOR CrTEBXATlOXAI. IIOSORS.
OT.uaiar CorwtV aaa Jabe "While of
EaarUasl Frokas-ly Will Fight.
Kerr Tork. Oct U. Toung Corbetr
fWmimm RothweH) end Jabe White of
England probably will meet within a. few
"nonths for the International pugilistic
ionors. White fights at ISO pounds, and
i recognized as tho best' fighter of his
lass ln England.
Charlas JL'tcheH. representing the Eng
"ah lad. hadvpractically agreed to terms
or-the boot and only the formal signing
an igreement remains to be done. A
jurso of RO.OTO and a large side bet will
e tha prize. It Is expected the battle
a-ill tslr. Tila. cnm. elm. In I.tiniM- I
jext before the National Athletic Club of I
.-m n n-
Mvrtle and Maroon Not Strong
Enough to ConijKite With
; SCHAFFER SHOWS HIS FORM.IBRITTINGHAM STAR PLAYER.
j Carries Ball Around Left End for
i Fifteen Yards and by Good
j- Interference Gets the
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down to defeat at the hands of the Cnl-
ApiiinFTnTi i.niversirv Eleven neoL
versity of the South yesterday pfteraoon
in the Stadium at the Fair grounds hy the
scoro of IT to 0. Although th-v had fie-
1 cldedly the best of the argument, as far as
weight goes, the Mm and snap Tith which
the boys from Tennessee played made this
usually important feature seem extremely
Tiie feature of tho game was a drop
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uictt imm mi mieen-yaru line Dy SMraitcr
of Sewanee. lust three seconds before the
closo or the last half. The ball Lad been
carried down the field by fierco line plun
ging and rested on the flfteea-y3rd line.
With not enouah time to carry it over, a
conference was held by the backs, and
they decided to make the attempt Schaffer
dropped back, and the excellent inter
ference Riven by the line gave him. plenty
of time to make a clean goal.
The game was played in Washington's
territory. Sewanee's coal not belne: in dan
ger at tnr stae of the game. Stuttle.
Quarter back for Washington, played the
star gam, for his eleven, making several
sensational tackles, while, on the offen-
sHe. Smith made the most gains. For Be-
waneo the honors were about evenly dl -
1ded between Phillips, Colmore and
Washington won tho toss and' chose the
east field, the wind being from that di
rection. Phillips kicked off for Sewanee
to Washington's thirty-yard line. The ball
was caught by Baker, who advanced Cvo
yards before he was downed.
SMITH MAKES GAIN.
Smith made a gain of ten yards around
left end. a center play was made with no
gain, then the Washington boys made the
necejsary five yards twico in rapid rue
cession. At this point, when the center of
the field had been reached, the Sewanee
eleven made a brace, forcing Smith to
pent, the ball going twenty yards to
Schaffer, who was downed in his tracks.
By a series of line plunces. with the
tackles back. Sewanee advanced the ball
eighteen vard before they lost the ball.
Smith, for Washington, punted tho ball
thirty yards. Schaffer catching It and
making a sensational run around right
end for thirty yards. At this point Wash
ington eecured the ball on a fumble, but
on tho next play lost ten yards, when
colmore tackled Stuttle for a loss cf ten
yards. Smith punted tho ball for forty
yards to Scarborough, who failed to make
Schaffer. for Sewanee. carried the ball
around left end for fifteen yards. Fowlkes
added seven through center, and upon the
next pla added four more. From this on
tr f Via fivi r-n-il W eVln(nn r-nAva nnltiiul
possession of the balL Schaffer made a
g,, of Ua yalAs arouna ,eft vld Knd a
series of mass nlavs on centemlared the
n.11 oa Washington's five-vard line. Col-
more carrying it overfor Sk.tottob.down
and kicking goal a few minutes later.
A TjNTIVfx TjlTeTT.
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Phinirs kicked off for Sewan-e to Wash-
ington's fifteen-yard line. Smith catching;
the hall and bringing It back five yards
2& k111 a, Pan! nf.?u? as lE!,J1Ced
in. with the odds slightly In favor of Se-
wanee, Schaffer. who was doing the punt-
inc. twice klcklne forty yards end once
J11?;. n'S '.f!P" "n??"0"?1 & rh3
baU to Washington's ten-yard line. Saw-
rie hit center for one yard, Phillips added
four at ri-rht tackle and Colmore went
over for hhs second touchdown, also kick-
lag the goal.
3mith kicked off for Washirigton to Kir-
by'Smlth, who made a sensational return 1
or twenty-five vards. Colmore hit center !
with no game and time was called for the
In the second calf the Washington toys
iook a aeaaeu orace. ana dui lor tne arop
kick would have kept Sewanee from scor
ing. Smith kicked off to Sewanee's fifteen
yard line. Scarborourh. who caught th
ball being downed In his tracks. On the
line-uo Scarborough punted for forty
yards. Washington, after losing ground on
the next two plays, fumbles, and Sewanee
got lira balL The rest of the half t-elther
side had any advantage, thojgh all of the
playing was In Washlng:on's territory,
until, near the cIos.e of the game, Phillips
made a gain of twenty-five yards through
center, and placed the ball upon Wash
ington's fifteen-yard line.
Phillips had a clear field ,vhn he made
thi run. with, the exception of Stuttle. and
with one man as Interference It looked
as If he would cet through, but by en ex
cellent tackle 3tuttle brought him down.
When the next play came only three sec
onds' time was left. Sewan-". knowing
that no run could be made In that time
had Schaffer make a drop-kicX which
sailed directly between th posts.
A large delegation or Sewanee rooters
were on hand and. together with the large
Washington crowd on hand, plenty of en
thusiasm was displayed.
Washington. Position. Eewanee.
Welaa ..Lft end Welirg
I.uckT. . Left tackle Foficw
Gatea.......... Left ircard Brene
Cax9l rvnter "Wattina
Sth-rman. FJrht ruar5 Phillips
Schaumbera;.. niebt tackle .Klrty Smith
Monro- Itlght end Colmore
Startle Quarter bade FearbrocRh
Smith. Riant ta'f bade Poyn-r
ly-a-.x Left balf bark. Sfhaffer
Jam Full bars .Sawtte-
Refere- "Xare of Tale. Umpire Waeber of
Wlaconatn. Llnetrian Owlaely.
PCLLIAM PAYS TIIE SALARIES.
Philadelphia Francblie Sow Belonsxa
to the National Leaarne.
Philadelphia, Oct. B. President PulIIam
of the National Baseball League to-day
paid the sixteen players of th Phllidel-
phia National League Club fifteen days'
salary. This rtp was taken because of
the Inability of the locals to raise the nec-e.e-ary
amount of money Involved.
The. Philadelphia franrhi'" Is now the
property of the National League, and when
the club is sold under Sheriffs sale the
only assets will be th office furniture and
the leae on the baseball park.
Had the salaries not been paid the men
would have been free to sign with any or
sanizatlon they might select.
SCORES OF PRINCIPAL 4
GAMES PLAYED YESTERDAY.
Sewanee 17, Washington .
C B. a IT. Gem CTty 0.
4 St. Loals TJ. 12. Warrensburg 0.
Illinois 10, Indiana 0. 4v
Minnesota 32. Ames 0. a
Michigan 3L Ohio 5.
Drake ii Cow 0.
Haskell S3. Missouri 0.
Chicago 22, Iowa. 0.
Nebraska . Crelghton 0.
Kansas 6. Colorado 6.
AnnapoUs 19, Princeton .
Tale IT, Syracuse 9.
Harvard i. West Point .
Cornell SC Bucknell li
Carlisle 1. Albright 0.
Amherst li. Columbia 0. .
Pennsylvania. S, Brown ?.
THE ST. LOUTS "REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. OCTOBEB 16.
( Old Hold and Black Victors Over
Illinois Opponents bv Score of
Seventeen to Nothing.
Little End Makes Good Showing
by Tackling Players of Much
More Weight Brockmey-
ers Good Run.
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"n Punda to the man. C. B. C. scored a
' "clory t wm city College team of
. Qnr. 11L. 7tcrday on the campus, alid
I "ua " woisus oiew lor tne call ot
"-e s3Jna scoro looa " to u f""or
ul De v-ol ime eleven.
Atter ten mInutes i tho game had been
P'a'ed ' bSan to look blue for the local
' Duys- DO uems rusnea tnroush thj line
as if nothing waa there to hinder them,
am had it not b.n t ih w,,.., .,,..., ..
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"-e "- - -no visitors surely would
the C. H. C.
Tho playing of both teams was fast
throughout, and although the visitors put
up a hard tight, they could not get through
tile line utter the college box a once got
The Quincy players were the more ex
perienced at tne game, and had the ad
vantage of age over tne local Dovj.
Aiier tne is. a. C's got working they
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T " - - wvw .. hubj -fj h a j 1 j 4UUU
ground through many 01 the pjtcrs t
I lng fast.
,T,he.u!?- clt ,teai" won the toss and
- g-T ?fi,-ftSS
I and rush-d many yards wka ease. They
hen ,mJad a IonE Kick, but the ball was
j ?, &,.,,-,,
i It was not until this time that they
Showed anv slrnc nf havlnir 9 rhflmv
By bucking, nuruling ana making end
runs, the Cote Brllliantes brought the ball
to the ten-yard line. Gem took a brace,
but iiartllft was plunged three times an'i
crossed the line, scoring the first touch
down. Fifteen minutes of play had been
, ranKimeo ana jirooicmeyer lticKtd tne
Feeling better after scoring against
their heavier opponents, they started in
again. Oem kicked to the college ana
they worked a series of plays which
brought the ball to the center or the field,
when the whistle Hew with tne ball In
the center of tho neld and in C B. Cs
LOST THE BALL.
At the beginning of the second half.
Captain Brockmeyer kicked to Gem's
twenty-five yard line. They succeeded in
returning the skin about ten yards, but
were held here, and lost the ball on the
failure to make the five yards on the
C B. C. wnt through their line and
Wynne scored the second touchdown,
Brockmeyer kicking the goal. The score
was now 12 to 0 in favor of the local col
lege. A few minutes after the second touch
down Brockmeyer was sent over the line
for a third score, but later failed to kick
During the last five minutes of play both
sides seemed contented to let the score
stand as It was, and they exchanged a
series of punting, each side sending the
ball out of Its respective dangerous terri
The game was far better than that
played by C B. C -against the West Ends
last Saturday, and the local players
showed much improvement.
.Uthough it wis supposed that they
be defeated by the Gem City players. It
looked that way for the first ten minutes
, eSulS'notlef inrytlnTuE
defeat before them,
,"T-r.-tc vcmf nrn Mnnn
VIoITOKS WrJGHED MORE1. .
The weight of the visitors seemed to
scare the college boys but little, however.
" r -co got started and working
One of the features of the game was
the playing of young Brittlngham. at right
end. Although only weighing 1 pounds,
it was no uncommon sight to see this
youngster running after and tackling an
opponent who probably weighed IS)
In the second half Brockmeyer made a
nice run of about thirty yards after he
had tried to kick to paTe territory. The
ball was near the C B. C- goal, and the
ball wns pa:?d to Brock to kick. He did,
but the ball rebounded Into his arms, and,
assisted by Wynne and Bartllrr, he was
carried and ran about thirty yards.
Arter the cme the Gem City players
were entertained hy the college boy. and
friendiy fe'ling far above the ordlnary
extecded between the rival lootball play
ers. The lineup:
C B. C. PoJition.
January. Left end
Ky Left ladle.
JUitht euard Murlin
ilaln itirnt tackle wcs
Brtttlnrtam Itlafct end. Campbell
Hood Jjanr back Tonng
Ratlcaa Hiaht balf back Barlan
Brocirneyer. ..Ift half back. tVll?oa
BartliiT Fall back Wooi
Time of hilvea Twenty-two and twenty min
ute. X.VIAI. ACAPESll in. PRISCETOX o.
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juaanipmen utini ine men in a ,
Annapolis. Mi, Oct. 15. The Navy root
ball team, so hopelessly defeated by thir
arniy rivals last year, to-day worsted
the last year's college champions, the
Princeton Tigers, the Ecore being 10 to 3.
The flrst score was made by Princeton,
through a field goal by Tooker. After get
ting the ball in mldfield. the Tigers sent
Foulke around the Navy's !e end ror
twenty-five yards. King rollowed tills by
clearing the opposite end for twenty-five
more, placing the rlgskla on the Navy's
twenty-yard line, where the Navy forced
her opponents to kick.
After this score honora were about even
till Douglass, in the middle of the fiId,
punted ror the Navy. The ball went be
hind the goal posts, was touched by Buck,
who rumbled through Farley's Jostling
him. Whiting falling on the pigskin for
the Naw. Whiting kicked goal.
The Tigers became desperate after this
and forced their opponents back until
Foulko got around the end for a forty
yard run and tcore. near the side line.
The ball was punted out for a try goal,
which, however, was blocked.
The advantage through tho second half
was entirely with the Navy. Princeton's
fine tam work being offset by the bril
liant individual work or the Midshipmen.
With the ball in their posesslon on thIr
twentv-vard l!n. the third down called
and their inability to gain staring them
in ;he face, the Midshipmen called ucon
Norton, a youth who had never played
on the 'varsity berore. He wast sent in
to- replace Wllcoi at quarter.
Hi- received the ball trom McCIeatlc.
taking roost infinite care to place It
Fqnarely before the post for a field soaL
which drove the score up to 1", against
Princeton's 9 points.
Douglass, the "plebe ' malnatay of the
Navy team, was put out of the game by
c broken 4eg.
TALE IT. SYRACUSE O.
Ells Come Near Hnvlng- Heart Fail
ure In the Second Half.
New Haven. Conn.. Oct. 1j. Tale de
feated Syracuse this afternoon in a sen
sational game by the score of IT to 9.
In the two halves there was as complete
reversal of play as if two different sanies
were fought out- In the second half Yale's
rush line was dotted with substitutes,
which made it easy ror the Syracuse team
to cenetrate for long gains.
Yale had expected to defeat Syracuse
easily. For that reason several of the
Tale regulars were not used ln the first
half, and came on the field in street
clothes, which precluded their going into
The scoring by Yale ended with the flrst
half, ana aa Tale had found but tittle
lililCUJLy 1U pUSXllUg UBtli IUC ojidtu:
line, none u anticipated In the second
But the advantage was so overwhelmlng-
!ly In Syracuse's favor that a goal from
field m soon made. and. sweeping down
the field In the way that Tale usually
bnuhes aside the smaller college elevens,
tho Syraouae team later pushed Tale back
Mid scored a touchdown.
i HAHVAHD A, WEST POINT O.
Solitary Score I. m. fionl From Place
ment, After Interference.
t West Point. N' T., Oct. 15. West Point
was defeated at football ht-re to-day hy
Harvard. The score was 4 to 0. In the
first half, after both sides had don yome
fumbllne. the ball -R-as punted to Prince of
"West Polnt'on the five-yard line.
Prince returned the punt to Harvard's
thirty..-. vnrH lln wherp VoV CUzht
tho hal! 'and tried "for a fair catch. He
was Interfered with, however, ana tne
Harvard team was given a. trial for gjal
from placement from till point. Parker
WlrVorf an eajiv irnal and the score w.is
HHrvanl i "West Pint u. ThU was thirty
In the first half, and thereafter West Point
held the Harvard offense at all stacej.
In the second half Harx-ard had the
kick-off and the. West Points, by succes-
slve lln- plungee, brought the ball back
fifty yards to the visitors' forty-ftve-yard
Una before they lost It on downs. Then
Harvard' after several trials at Una buck-
lng. punted and the West Point fumbled
on their fifteen-yard line. It looiseJ a ,
sure touchdown for Harvard. Hut West j
Point took the ball away and rushed It I
back to the visitors' twcnty-flve-yard line j
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i oezore tney were neia lor uun.
Harvard lost on an exchange of punts
, and W est Point again Etarted down tne
field on their onward march toward the
i ., ,hs h. ,,, nT1 ts. iian-ards'
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se,,lon. -ijet Point excelled In general-
ship and fast playing, but was handl-
cappd by fumbling.
About the middle of the first half Cap-
tain Graves of Weist Point made th dli-
i covery thit some of Harvard's men were
wearing aluminum armor over their shins.
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lion three of the crimson- were excused
until they divested themselves of the ar-
K.VS3A3 6. COLOKVDO .
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c-l0ae of Pierce t.ame. 1
Lawrence. Kas., Oct. lo. Kansas . Colo- ,
mln K with tl-n ball nn Colorado" th-ee-
rado 6. with ti.e ban on .oiorauo- iii.e .
yard line when the game rlo.'.i, tells ,
h-in,. . lr- nt thn rnInmln.Kans.iii ,
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i ln teams wre auooi eveniy maicuru
in wlht. but the Kansas team wii un
fortunately handicapped because of Cap- 1
tain Hlcks's Injury, which kept him on the
"ids lines In citizen's clothes. After the
defeat administered to the Nebraska Unl- ,
versity a week ago by Lolorauo. y a
scorn of 6 to 0. ar.d with Hicks out of the
gam.i, and three other men hurt, Kansas
hardly expected to score, but the surprl-e
was well earned and every loot of the
ground was contested.
In the flrst minutes of Dlay it was vi
dnt that the gsm would b a, flrce one.
but Kansas seemed ti havt. a llttie th
Iwrt of the Colorndoar.i. The visitors did
superior team work, but th Jaj hawkers'
Individual plajlng was their strneth.
ST. CHARLES TEAM "WINS.
Defenteil Weatern Military Academy
by Score of 18 to O.
It was a hard-fought gridiron battle on
W. M. A. gridiron yesterday afternoon
at Alton, when the football cadets of
Western Military Academy met the eleven
from St. Cliarles (3Io.l llilitar Academy,
tho game going to the latter by a score
of IS to 0.
In the flrst half the St. Caarles boya bad
thlng3. apparently, their own way, making
three touchdowns and kicking three goals,
but In the second half the W. M. A. play
ers, Wratt. Landon and Jewell, put up a
splendid game and prevented the visitors
from nearlng the goal, but failed to core
for W. II. A.
The teams line-up as follows:
w. JT. a. Position. St, a M. A.
Lilian Left end
w: Lft tackle. ..
Lonz. Left Kuard
La-rwortET RleM ffuard
Piatt ftisfct ta-M
Sad Rl-fct end
Martin Quarter hacX.. ..
La-idon ..Iyft half back . M.
Je-xe.il lUrtt talj back ..I,
Hollliter. Fuu back
Referee Etrlnr of Princeton. UmDlre Lieu
tenant LeftIch of United State. Armr. Tlme-keet-cra
Eaton and Burton. Lineman Kins.
JIMMV DnlTT BKGI.NS TK.HMSO.
Afler Battle AVllb Joe Gam He Smya
He Will Meet "Voansr C'orbett."
San Francisco, Oct. 1a Tlie feather
weight chimplon pugilist, Jimmy Britt,
' who Is matched to meet Joe Gans,
the light-weight champion. In a twenty
" round contest ln thla city on October 21,
camo up from his summer home at San
il.iteo to-day to go Into active training-.
"CntAmr T. ..11.- .- II n I n 1.1b tntti
SDider" K"Hey will axain be his trainer. '
Britt says he will meet "Young (Jorbett" j
til A:viliul, l.T.uc. 1.17 "w u. "
virgixia is ncroniocs.
Defeats iforth Carolina Team In Cloae
University or Virginia, Va.. Oct. 15. Th.
North Carolina Agricultural and Mechan
ical College football team played Virginia
a clcae game here this afternoon, the 'var
sity scorirg one touchdown In the first '
balf and falling to kick goal.
The Tar Ilefls put up a stubborn defense
throughout the game Virginia, had the
tall within half a yard or the goal ln the
second half, only to be thrown back. The
offense of both "teams was good a:
but lacked consistency.
AMHERST 12. COLUMBIA a
JiVrr York CoIIeirliina Disappointed at
Team'. Showlnc ,
x- -i- , -. ,- r- . i j . '
New York, Oct. 1. Outplayed at every
point, Columbia's football team was de-
rested li to 0 by Amherst at the American
. . . . . i
League Pane to-day. ,
The result or the game was very dlsap- I
rolntin; to the local collegians-, especially
as Columbia did not have one chance
to win the came.
The Columbia men played very poor
football, while Amherrt put up a game
characterized by wonderful snap and
CORNELL 24. BUCKSKLL 12.
Beef Enable. Ithaca'a Opponents to
MnLe Two Scores.
Ithaca. N. Y.. Oct. Ii Cornell to-day
defeated Bucknell by a score of Si to 13
In a hard-fought game. Bucknell out
weighed Cornell and was able to gain
first downs many times by smashing
through the lino, tut on the defense failed
to stop Cornells long runs.
ran Tortv-five varf for
uce or comcu :
a touchdown. Flv
e minutes latef he made
A !rvAinu stuie i.uii. u.f la.iccu-j aru JUle. i
Bucknell earnd th- first touciMown by
. . .- ia . it
and with a clear field running fifty-five I
yarn", jonnson ot isucKneu sustained
MICHIGAN .11. OHIO C.
Duckeye Team Gets Ball on a Fumble
Columbus. O.. Oct. 13. Elsht thousand I
people saw Michigan's football eleven de- I
feat Ohio Sta'e University's crippled tetm
a to on O. S. U. field to-day.
Ohio State's offense was weak. Her
points were scored on a flfty-vard run for
a touchdown by Marqardt. who secured
the ball on a fumble. Michigan scored
only one touchdown In the first half and
In the second half Michigan scored three
touchdowns bv straight football and
kicked two goals from the field. Thirty-five-minute
halves w ero played.
DRAKE'S E.VTIHE STABLE SOLD.
Ort Welles Goes to W. T. Schettel for
Netr Tork Oct- 15. The entire raclnrr
stable or John A. Drake was sold at Mor- i
rls Tarlr trwS.T- Ctrt Welle, fnll hrnflier '
or Dick Welles, the holder or the world's '
record for one mile, was sold to William
T. Schettel for $15,000 after some spirited
Jocund went to John Hynes for J5.100.
Rapid Water sold for 5,t"C. M. L. Hayman
being tho buyer. Green B. Morris paid
JLCW for High Chancellor.
Olympian Asa In Beat Indians.
Tha Otyrnpias asaln defeated tha World's Fair
lal'rra :n tha second gajna of tha Ida cf
the ffAiae during the second hal
l-aiketball at tte Indian Behcet yeaterdar by I!-
t ato-a cf 1-1 to 12. Tela WM th same sore aa
I '?'JL"K?Z!?i. '
' J'' a tiiSS:
! fn th. T"p.T ..n.. ....S IH. rtln.v.1.. lJ all )..
..-. ---- .- --- -.,....... ...j ... ....
were net aatisded. hoiTfrer.
game tbi arranged. The teams
Louunu nan. jo. JZl ;&rta
Yacci enter avecu, next Thursday tvtnlag.
Indian p. Position- OfrznpU.
Ad Wllk- R!ht forward. Ed Klein
Jant ewainr lwt forward -...GuHeIcr
Frank Flih Onter Vrrs.ltfcnuUe
Oeor 8; kirks.... ni! it rwr-I ijul Frohardt
Frank Mecr-.. ... 1-ft irea.nl ..fiiuter
. .Gu Bauer
(Slobe- v. Empire?.
The Glob will play th Kmplre- this after
noon at Zlns:ern.air .'ark,,. No IT Nrt!
Broad av. at 3 o'clocfc. Bjth tean are play
In fast ball raid tho contest thouM b an ex-
ciiik oar. -i.e linkup wiu ix &a
A. WinUelmeyer. Catcher
UcDennott Hnt base ....
Uchl S-con.l ba ....
O'Neill Third b-.. .
Treerthn lft rU
Kn.jf Center flld
K Wnk.mTer. Right E-M
Umpire Ne. 111.
... .H.lfre! I
CnhllU ti. Orphan Iloyv
1 CskMirit TtK Ml ne rrwt-- r,
, Knu. Pari thi. jfi..:'f.,?:rj. ..'.; r:
m j,,ke t-lnn o: TjIe,to .,, ..., ,j.. ,-im
i and I1I pai ujwn tl. work -r tiob Talbot if
t!i imI Bltct.r u.k o-i t w.. i.ttir
I wtll lsn hlai for next awn. Tli 'i-e-n.
, -Si!;'11' ..... A'.'V!!Ion- orvl-.n Moyr
iw-'w """J" I'-aamer-Zirlnfass
waMj '. '
' Tra3aio .
F!rt t-ai ...
. . .eicond bis...
... MuIt-r '
, Center Eld...,
Ili?ht 1U ...
Additional Kootball Satires.
ilanon Hlrh Schoil In fSStaii la T thlV Str
to lay VUnna 0, Marioa 21
aifenon. in. tjri T!i vi.r Ti'.. q.A t
triuytsaia. III-. Oct. i: -yanJallx Hlxa School
, Etflncsirr. uir.1 School, foottali. ii to 0.
inor cas-alua. at Au-Jn cUto car,-
Blwmlaj-ton. III.. Oct. li-Th Por-Mac Hlch
Schcol fnotbJl teimv.s dftt h'tlr. i.v fh
, - . tr'irTtFS4&: ?Tia.
clawd in flrhL
Centralla. III.. Oct 15. The Cr.tralia Ton-
ship Illsa S.-hool and Brown's Buaine. C"olli
' football faun oUjeil h-re to-rtas. aad the
, '? " ' . "?.ri!;.cf J,V J11-""- ,
B2,'S 1U'S,.IftraH SSl1 f"
"" ouiaate imm-uoa or aiwo-i,
..- - .
,i . ,. ir.. ,mT. m,r tt- . ,t?
, bl- wai tie otiilnr rzir. o:
, r.a a wiToir tor 0!nv. ih. fin soorlrc
acI mn bv IlIchariLwn of Olney. Time ot
W Jc'lfT.-Th. Na-MIH- lUgb
School football t-rn dffate-l tfc eleven Trom
th Spirta High Scnool a: th South sue Park
this aftercooa la tte flrt local soie ot tfci
?eason by a core of J to o Tb same teas
u-tntiaea by a reccrd-lrtaklni; crowd. Tte
contest was mamd ty fr-iuct rambling oa
t(fh M but tfcH ,5,,,, op ln Jalt by
iorr. brilliant plalrz by wat:. NahUIa'i
eS -Jf : PUU ."ac.'-1 Porir. or the
' local e:e-en lac1! ma pigsain ror nlxty yarla
on tho kica-efz m tne vcona hair, glilng rvasn
llla a aftr. It wu th lomrett punt ever
made oa a local rrldirox Watti for Nashville
and Ijige for Sparta xal toucn-lon. Cap
lain Grera of tte Sparta tia ia no evrcir
injumd ttat tho irrvlces ot 1. pnssiciaa were
Dallas. Tex- Oct. tS Football at Dallas to
day: Fort Worth I'alverlty 4. Teaa Chris-
nan umvermy or Waco t.
At Mll.aalce Wlacoasln M Xc:n Dln-. P.
At Belolt. Wit. St. Jotn'a Military Academy
li Belolt Acadcmr ?.
At lladiMn. Wis.-
-'Wl'ocjla Freaimati 11.
-Kentucky University 42.
-KiatucSy Etato Cblleje
Carroll Collx 0
At Lexlnitcn. Kr.
Central University o.
At Ialn-ten. Ky
At Cincinnati-Cincinnati 4S. lllami 0.
At Orono. il University or Mains I. Xew
Hamrlilra Ptate Crj'.e V
At Waterrllle, lie. Colby UnU ersity 0. Kent's
Hill School 0.
At Burllnrton. VI. University of enncnt 1".
J?U LawTence p.
At Worcester, ls Holy Crol 24. Tart's
At Decatur. 111. Baatera Illincia Ncrmal !.
Mlliklr. UnlTeraily 0.
At Newton. Mai. DartmMth II. Williams e.
At Kociester UnKr!ty of R'j-:tes.r &. New
Torn. University t
At n-thlehem Hirerfort , Leblirb P.
At Daaton Lafayeltn 32. BlocmatAirr 0.
At Carll-1 Inllasa 10). Albrirht a
At Carnbrtdie Phllllps-I-Ixeter Academy U.
Harvard Freshmen 0.
At Dolatrare. O.-Ohlo Wealeran r, Otxr
At irinnar;cll Minnesota 73. Ae 0.
; Pea Motaeo UraJe 51. Ooe a.
De MoSiesp-ate Normal IT. 0-rr.ell :1.
At Washlnzton Georfioirn IT. Vlllanova 0.
At Lawrence. Kaa University of ivanMa 9.
Unlver:tv of Colorado 8.
At Annapolla-Annapolla 10. PrIcr-.on ?.
New Haven. Conn., Oct. U Final score:
Tale IT. Syracuae 1
Ithaca. N. T.. Oct. U. Final icon: Cornell
Vlccen'ne.. Fn-1.. Oct. It. Blic Four Athletic
Aisuclatlon tootLall: 1 mcenr.es s. waamng-
I Areola. HI.. Oct. 1! Football to-day result
ed: Areola io. Artnwr v. .
Oulncy. 111.. Oct. Ii The Qulncr Iurh School
elevm to-day d-feated thfl llacotni Nomial
Scnool by a score or ti to 0.
AUTO RACES SANCTIONED
BY AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Motorcycle Conteata to Be Features
of Meet nt Old Fair Ground.
Entry blanks for the automobile speed
contests scheoultd for decision at the old
Fair Ground next Sunday have been is-
sued under s-anctlon of the American au-
tomobile Association, and the events 1
.,. 1.. - M ,.....- fH.,-1 o. .. Hrt
At that time automobile racing
practically unknown here. And in some of
the event.-the different tar entered were I
uneven! v matched and the races w ere won
by wide margins. In the coming meet ,
tnere will be a closer classification, and
contesti of much greater keenness are ex-
The track, too. haa been better prepared
for the race than It was before, and oil ,
will -.. -T.femitlv i-ed to lav the duct.
which raised in such tremendous clouds
wh.n rh nr were sent at high steed.
The motorcycle rao. which proved of
such great Interest at the first meet, will
L a feature or the coming evant. In the
motorcycle race at the August meet there
was a mlsund-irstandlnir a to the signal
for the Last lap. The contestant" under
1 ttood that the starter would fire his pis
tol at the beginning of the last lap. as
well as at the close or the race.
Thf. was nut done, the only shot tying
fired when the lacers crossed the line for
the last time The men who flnl-hl first
and second thought they .till had a mile
to go. and crowded on all their power,
with the result that A. L. Jordan passxl
ha Pacemaker in the last furlonr and won
at tne end of the blxth mile.
when he found out that the race had
ended a lap sooner he was much surprised.
as he claime.t nt cn'im ua kusc w me;
trnnt nt anv iioe he wanted to. He will
luive an i-ppo-tv-lty to prove tnis at the
next meet, as there Is little flouDt that a
majoritv of those vho took part in the
otner race will be slad or the opportunity
to renew th- strrggle. The list or events
Five-mil, for oirtiers. cars -v'lxhlng 1.CC to
.?j4 petrols. In read ecalr-menu. carTTinx; four
peoBle: prlia alud at Jl").
Second eient. one m!!-. r-ccrd trials, L-. to
r.;M p"Und; prlz vslud at t'.f'.
Third event, a Sve-rn!Ie diallene. fru:C
atarr. L4t: to T.:M pounds, test two in three
beets: prize rained at JU0.
Fourth eot. a Sve-mi. motor bicycle;
pru -valued at t. i
Fifth event. Ave miles, open. IK to 1.432 I
........-- .e val'le tt Xd. '
Sixth' even acor.d heat of two-mlla eial-lena-.
to l.tK pounds, open to rtach'ie. lT-tlng 1.J
tvema evesi. . twu-i.... .uu.i ..w ;.
'". '?-.Tm'.'l7Lal '.-T-e .t. -v.,
JOE WEAR WINS FINAL
t-ZZZim CB lit-. UUiU A.. v. -
IN LOCAL TENNIS TOURNEY.
Playing rings around h's opponent. Joe
Wear of the Country Club won the final
of the iennis tournament from G-orse
Bergfeld on the Triple A tennis courts yes-
The playing of the winner far outclassed
his opponent, and at no stage of the gam
did Bergfeld have a chance.
The match was the final in the tourna
ment for tha championship of tha city.
The scores were 60. 1 and S-43.
Beorfeld played great tennis in the pre
liminary matches and the semifinals, but
yesterday was matched against a player
of far greater form, and he had no show
Wear also shared honors in the finals
of the double, and with Ilalph McKittrick
defeated Walter McKittrick and High
Jones for thn championship.
The playing of this contest was good,
and both teams showed well at times. The
rcorer? were tho same as in the slnzle
The amateur wristling chanpionshlps
were finished yesterday afternoon in the
Stadium. Fourteen bouts were contested,
seven of them being semifinals.
The final bouts In th 115-pound classes
were fought to the fifteen-minute Ilmiw
There was no fall ln either, and the win
cars cot the decision hy aggresslTene-s
j and by clever leading. The winner, Geo.
jiennen. naa Deen tne national eiiana-
(taut au. a-aac 10-cv uii c ;riii.- Alts Vi'K-
nent was Gus Bauers, who got th; wtver
mtdal for Fecontl place. V L. Nfclbon of.
the St. Ourse Athlttlc Club. Ntw York
City vrho Ioat to Bauers Friday, got tiiird
n.. .-! trifh leiff t-rav.- . .vf TYI.. tfkv-.
EBY WILL PLAY
New York Expert "Will Meet
Clearwater in First Sunday
Game of Series at Broad
Xew York City, who
Brumby last week, will meet William H.
.i .... , . ...
Clearwat-r. the Plltsburs expert, at the
Hroadway this afternoon.
When this pair meet one of the prettiest
games of tho tournament should result.
Clearwater Is a good tournament plajer.
and the baize cloth experts need no In
troduction to Eby. He ha plaved tome
of his best pool In St. Lout", and local
followers of the ssme pick him to win.
Hueton and Brumby were the players
I last night, and the St. LouU boy had an
.. ..l . ......
, CJ!, ua2 T1"1 "- -"arietta man.
Hueston plaed In whirlwind fa3loa and
' finished his string In twelve Innlnss. He
convinced local follower that hn can hold
hln oacatastany "f the' pFaySn-
, l"?u . m tnp tournaiaent. ana lie is cor;
i picked as the dark hori; to win out.
ioni run out nu strtne. wmio Urumby
was picking up thrs- frames. The St.
Louis man played by far tho betttr pooh
At no stage or tne came was nrumv
danirerous opjionent. Hueston outgentr
aled. outpl.ied and outlucked the South
Score of lat nir-ht's camp
1 .. ..: "--- T
i wu.j . m u 11 j j i .1 j
1 u. ir. Erombr-3 5110041114 -43.
OLDFIELD BEATS KISER,
BREAKING WORLD'S RECORD.
j Barney Drives Automobile Ten Miles
In l:17 1-3 nnd I'lv e Jlilea
In 4:4.1 1-.'.
Cleveland. O.. OcL 1 Barney Oldfteld
won two racs trom Kirl Kiser this after
noon on the Glenville- track during the
t automobile meetlnc slven bv the Cleve-
i Ijnd Drlvinc- Part Cnmrom-
. ' " - '
The first race was a standinc start. tc-
mlle affair, and in this Oldfleld ostab
llshed a new world's record, ruttlnc th2
bark down to 9:17 1-J. and Ncatinc KIor
hy more tlian three-quarters or a mile.
In the frve-mlle race, flying start. OIdn'!d
got orf In front and was never head-3.
winning by a quarter of a mile in 4:13 4-:.
OF HISTORIC INTEREST.
Ilemetito Will Be Cnt From Can
nons L'aed in panlsli.Anieri.
Tho bronze msdals which the Philipolne
Exposition Board will distribute among
tho exhibitors from the island as awards
will be or more than palnB interest. They
will hold an historical valu as well as
being commemorative of the Louisiana
i-urcnase Jivpo?ltion. They will be cast
from the old cannons which figured in the
Spanish-American War and which are
now- on exhibition at the Philippine Expo
sition bulldlr.es. It U bono,! tint tw.--
n'S'Ion will 1 granted hy the Secretary
of the Treasury, Leslie M. Shaw, to have
tha medal" cast at the United States Mint.
a sp-ciai oesum or medal difrerinir from
those to be awarded the l&rt xhiH'tm
I and the members of the tribes, will be
given to the member or thi- Philippine
Exposition Board, commanding otticers
of the Scouts Battalion and th.? Constabu-Iarj-
and chiefs or the different tnNs.
The medals to be illftributed among the
tribes, numbering more than ir. will te
The medals to 1 given the officers will
i bar the design of the new i oat of arms
, of the Philippine! Islands and the name of
the offlcir receiving the same, with the
words. "Phillnnlne FvTmsirlor. . T.i"l
Mo.. U. S. A.. 19CW "
FOUGHT OVER EBERLY CASE
and Wife Resort
: to Settle Question.
a. etj. Tt-rT o a cuarrel over the
-- u1' "-ut , - a JP" meT lne
merits of the Myrtle Eberly case, Mrs.
Fannie O'Mally White and her husband,
Arthur Vri.-Ap. . -irrcstert la- nlsrht
Artmir "f- were a-d last night
at J- 919 Olive street, charged with ills
turbine th peace.
sirs. White declare., that when she said
during an argument, that the Eberiy girl
was Justified ln killing Leonard, her hus
band choked her. She then attacked him.
the police say. and both were fighting
when a patrolman placed them under ar
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t!;Ic.iro Ilr c Herald. Ua!7a.o Ccnrler.
Nr lor Timet. tlncinnatl Encjulref;
PnIM habile ty-dcer. litttn Ub-.
PtttiLurv UlrpatcX U.'iitirn'-rfe He-aL3
Kochester Herald. TasiSrcfcn Poit.
M!c?.ioU Tribune. Proldcce Joanial,
-jii.cia? Poet-SUad. St. PanI Pioneer Preta.
sri. C.Teiacd P.ln !r
'KPEL Cr.t5 into rt on Saturday, Oc-
tt-r 13 lwt. at 11 a. m Anna Marr
, t"-brl nf Me-ersonm.tt) bloTd isotar of
j iUry fc Klitr-i tee lbel Cllial-ta Scautt-
' er (ne-i LVte!. moth'--ln-law ot IMtrard
( HciiattnT. and o:r dar srandmotc'r and irat-
grandmother. asl rears racntb and J9
dr" Ftiral will tik place Mcnday. Ccio!er
V. at l p. m from tte reldrie e nf her
itrandson Eiward T. K'.yiel X- 33St Shcnac-
cah venue t at. Poulb Cemeiery. IXncTtl
BPaENAN- On Saturday. Octcber 13. lyi. at
t a. m.. 51a K llien'ia;. belored rlece ci
Mr. and M:. TnomrU Kllr. ajted JT year
Fcn-ral ilondav. Octcler IT. at 1C0 p. in . Jrom
residence So 215 Ilirrj- itrett. U s?i. Vlacesr
Charch. thence to Calvary CSCtfrj-
ITNK En:rd into ret en Prldar. Octclr
X. 24 at 12 S a. ex. XVuis Fltalc. tloTeC
hu&land of EJnlUe Flnt (ne tflt-er and or
dtir rathr. and father-In-law. tt the cf
U year Funeral Till take place on SJccar.
Octob-r 15. at 1:CJ P xn.. from residence No.
rc; MortjromTr tret. Frie-J rr:ctfal!r 1"
iz2 lVceii5d nit i member cf St. IouiJ
Cin.p. Xo. 5, 'Wowdiren cf tas Wcrld.
FONTANA On Frldar. 0trtr 14. 1KM. at
M p. m, ilaztrl. t?Iae-d dauytiter of Gm
t pfcr and Kdlth Fcniana ne Oirarcann.
acsi S rears and 13 ciontha. Funeral irllt
tak plac frc3 residence. No. S33 Pa aT4
tuc, .n Sundai. Cktcter IS. at 2 p. cs.. t
C-Uary Oem-cerr. Frleni lnTtted.
1 HnNlJCPOX-udd-nly. Obr U. 2S4.
Jaiiae- II Ilender-oa of No. Z7A Ala ave
nu-. t!fccd nsctand cf Nona ndenctt fre
ymane-aai. ai;ea zs year. Faneral llcndaT.
c;ob-r 17, .t 2 n n. thence to R-.leftata!D9
Cemetery. D-case-J was a member of Ter
minal Ixde, No. 47T. U. of R. T.
JAE-KEl-nnt-rJ Into re-t ca Earnrdar.
X-toh- ;i. 1j4 at 9 o'clock a, nx, Cbarlr
Jie-kel as- 2 r-T.f ani 21 y, tkved m
i t onraa aa M&.orv Jat.hti (nee ReyncjdfK
. l"areral frwn faniilr rln. No. 2A Gyer
avenu?, en Sunda.. vctobr Ji. at 2iU oUock
JI"NGLING On Frtdar. O-toter U. 1. at
;? p. tn . Grc W. Jcnylrc. blore hnt
tar.d of Ttnnle JansIIny ne- Finch), father of
Mra. Carrie Sullivan (nee Jtxi.ir.Iry). John.
M-lfci and Julia JorjeTlnc. ageI S5 year?. Fa
n ai frTn 'ate residence. No. ZZl Norta
Tw-fti str-t. Mondqy, Octolr 17. at 2 p. m
Ica-cd was e m'smter of Waiain Lodz-. Nc
2ii, K. of P. Friends Incited to attend.
MINNlCir-On V.edc9da7V October 13. IMt
st i:I3 a. m . after a hort tllnea. Marv Mln
luch ce Fcsrty. Lekned wife cf FranK illn
nich. and beleiM mothrnf Flcrence. Tcsa and
Pt-IIa. and dacgEtr of Z'atnck Fcrtr and
iItr cf Kate Heller, liable. Lo-K-n. pat
rick. Jr.. Con, Tom and Jerry Fcrrtr. Fo-n-ral
Sonday. October 15, at 1 p. ex. from rel-d-n-.
No IVJ South Eleventh etreft. to Aj
Hunptlcn Church, thence to Caivary Cucatery.
XlsUtnes and friends Incited to attend.
MOIIEHCAIV-On Thursday, Gctc&T IX 19ft.
at 9 p nx, aftr a ?hort Ulni-s-. HnrUtt Phil
It Horhad. beloved rif of Brelttrrldjr
Morhead. Serrlc-a at residenc. No. till Cevs.
land aT.-nue. on Sunday at 2C3 p, nx Inter
i:ANGAN On Saturday, C-tobT II. VA, at
p. m.. Simon, dearly beloved husband of
Marr Jlarpin ce Keatlnr). and father of
Thotna J Manzan. aced 74 years. Funeral ex
Tcsday. Octr.br 1. at ?:M a. ex. from rerf-d-nce.
No V21 Nrth Ninth street, to St.
Michael.. Church, thencs to Calvary Cemetery.
Friends Invited to attend.
MOSS On Saturday October IS. 1X4. a tt:C
a. nx. Chris t:pfcir Thcsnaj Mon?. belorM bus
lVnT of Johnnna Mo ne Sotti. nd fatbr
of Mamie Manch--'er 'nee Mose). Gcrre T
Florence ard Albt E. Mow. rnneral froin
rv?idn. f?r Ncth Pprinr avenue. Monday at
5 a nx. to S?t- Trera Church, thence to Cal
rary Cemetery. St. Paul WPra pleasa copy.
0CONNELt--On Saturday. Octobr 15. JK.
at t' o'clock a. m Francis Ruzen. b-lovel
m of John TV ani Annie Dolaa O'Ctoraell.
j ?? SjffijSi, rj&oal.l'acij-
I and s month. T!
s runera: -kzu taxe piac
at ? o'clock a. nx. from
No I92 Bartmer arena, to
St. Rosa's Church, thence to Calvary Cetne-
"try interment private.
O'SHSA-fjU-my. Saturday. October 13.
14 Jrom O'Shea. ren cf Man- and th It-
Jerrnlah O'Stea. brother of H. I., Jam
J hn. Harrv nad Anr.Ia O'Shea. Dua noUce of
funeral win be given,
MR ANT 3trA L. A. FECHMANN- -b to
vpr3 tl-.sir cratltcite to all their reiatlves aad
friend? for their sympathy ard Ucdncas in tho
hour of their deep bereavament.
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Gleet Stricture. Unnatural
I'lscharsra and all disease of
Kldners and Bladder, and
BIovl PoLson. all staxea. pos
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