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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1904.
Frank Marshall Has Victory
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RACING
-Aden Beat Anne Davis by
a Head in Feature Event at
the Delmar Course.
FOOTBALL!
-St. Louis University Defeated
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TO HI FEATURE
Burnett Gelding Seems Likely to
Carry Off' Honors in Del
Tnar Handicap.
LASSO IN THIRD EVENT.
Ethel's Pride 3Tay Capture First
Race and Bob Curt' Looks
Well Marlin May
Score.
The handicap at Delmar this afternoon
should furnish a cracking good contest
nnd It looks as If Burnett's gray Taby
Tosa should be In front at the end of the
znlle and a sixteenth, with Sam Cral?
nearest to him and Lubln .third.
Toby's last race. In which he ran third
to Pretension and rootlights Favorite,
was good, and It seems as though lie Is
returning to his early-season form. If he
was the Taby Tosa of carly'In the spring;
this race would be only a gallop for him.
Hut he has bled in some of his recent
races and has become an uncertain quan
tity. In his last two races he has pulled up
sound and fresh, and If lie runs bad: to
either of hl& last two starts he will win
to-day.
Sam Craig ran a good race Saturday,
when he defeated a fair lot of horses at
a mile and three-sixteenths, winning
pulled up" by fle lengths. He seems to be
the contender, with a, good rider.
lie can cither run in front or come from
behind, but his best races here have been
when he has come from behind, so he
will probably be rated this afternoon.
.Lubln closed ery htrong on his race
tlalurda und finished a food fourth, and
should beat J-lora WUIouehbv for the
show money. Old Sambo is in here with
lop neignt. but His race yesterday with
much inferior hor-hes hardly sues a
chance to him In this company.
A bunch ol maidens will go to-the post
In the flrst race, and Ethel's Pride should
win on account of her early speed. Aluam's
Silly is very specdj and subuld set so far
away from her Held in the early stages of
the race to carry her to ictory. Dorothy
Dodd should beat Bessie Mc for the place.
-Bob Curt's early speed should go a long
way toward earning him a victory In
the second race. Curt is a ery fast
animal and. as the race is only live and
a half furlongs, he should lead this bunch
all the way. Jladoc bhould be second
and Maid of the Order third. Baggerly
Is in this race and if he Is ready he can
beat this kind of horses. But he has
not been out in a long while and the
chances are that he Is not In condition.
For this reason he must be passed up.
The third race lies between Lasso and
Felix Mozzes. being a close fit between
the two. Lasso has tho class of the pair,
out Mozzes has been running so well late
ly that he will give the Lcmp mare a
battle for first money. Lasso's last race
was a bad one, but she should beat Moz
zes on her class. Mozzes is wind-broken
and -any day mayrstop. For this reason
Is a bad betting proposition. King's Charm
trill beat the others.
The nrsh race Is a close fit" between
Gay Uzzette and Mafalda. Gay Liz
zette finished very strong on her last
race and beat the Hayes mare to tho
wire. Light Opera and Byron Rose have
not been put In in a long time and they
should fight It out for the show money,
the chances favoring the former.
Msrlln. if ridden properly, can win the
last race. In his last race, which was at
a mile and three- sixteenths, he was six
lengths in front in the first half mile.
Consequently, he tired badly in the run
down the stretch and finished third.
In his first two starts here, befth of
which he won, he was rated back in the
bunch and made his run In the stretch.
If he Is run that way to-day he should
..haye no trouble In. beating Mindora and
Frank Bice to the wire.
MAJfT ACCIDESTS Df STEEPLECHASE
Jockey Hartauut'a Shoulder Broken
aaia Pierce Bart About the Head.
Cincinnati. Oct. 2t Two steeplechase
Jockeys were seriously Injured In tho first
A FACT
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steeplechase of the meeting at Latonla to
day. There was a mishap of some sort
at nearly every Jump, the most serious
of all being the one to Jockey Hart
man, who fell off near the third Jump
and received a broken shoulder. Jockey
Pierce fell at the three-quarter Jump and
suffered a badly bruised head. The race
was won by Bed Car. The other events
were without incident.
Weather clear, track good. Summary:'
First race, six furloncs Gladsmlle, MS
(Perry), 5 to 1, wen: J. Ed Grlllo, 111 (Trox
ler). i to L, second: Maggie Leber, 1 (I'er
Hne). IS to 1. third Time, 1:14H. Rachel
Ward, Wlnnefreda. Florence Foaso, Mle, Mr
Alice. Ida Dai Is. and Redman also ran
Second race, nve forloncs Bashfcrd Bell, 110
(Troxler). S to 6, won; Steel Trap, 1M (Walsh).
15 to 1, second: Airnes Virginia. 101 (McDon
ald). IS to 1. third Time. 1:03. May Ellen,
GlendHerc, Itnndolet. Voltaire, Lady Eileen,
Denice. April Bird and Meltllle It. aim ran.
Third race, one mile Requlter, X (Xlcol). IS
to 1. won; Goruscate, 109 fSearnster), 2 to 5,
second; Arple. 3 (Taylor). 8 to 1, third. Time
1:404. sir Gallant, Valdora and Brooklyn alto
ran.
Fourth race, handicap steeplechase, short
course Red Car, H (Gaylor). 7 to B. won;
Dominions You. 12S (Carter). 4 to 1. second;
Rip, 133 (Casey). I to 1. third. Time. 3:01.
Sam Parme-. o!antIne and Isllp also ran.
Alleclance. Mike Rice and J. TV. Bodes felL
Filth race fie and -cne-hrlf furlongs Ram's
Horn. 113 (Duran), 3 to 5, won; Bowling
Jirldjce. 101 f Xlcol). 2 to 1, socond; JIarnoon,
1 (Morrison). 30 to 1, third. Time, 1:07. Judge
bauney, Madeuona and Mr. Jack also ran.
Sixth race, one mile and one-sixteenth Glen
wood. 1M (Fay). 3 to 1. iron: Annie Wllllarna,
IPO (Duiran), 6 to 1. second: Kllmorle, 95 (Seam
;ter), 12 to 1. third.. Time. l:S'i. Beaucalre,
uttle Emmy. Prism. Reckoner. Peninsula.
nogun. Hickory Corners, Barney Burke and
Megxs also ran. .
ADEN WON FEATURE
BY NARROW MARGIN
Stringer Horse Came Home First
in Feature Event at Delmar,
Beating Anne Davis a Head.
Carrying top weight of 122 pounds and
running the seven furlongs in 1:273, only
half a second behind the track record,
Aden defeated Anne Davis In the handi
cap at Delmar yesterday afternoon by a
head, with Edith May a length back.
Aden broke back In the bunch, but shot
at once to the front and led for a. quar
ter or a mile, where Arlena passed hint
and opened up a rap of two lencths. with
Aden In second position, Bdltb May third
and Anne Davis fourth.
They ran in this order to the back
stretch, where Arlena began to tire, and
by the time the head ofthe stretch was
reached Aden had cut her lead down to
half a length, while Edith May had
closed on Aden and was only a length
behind him.
Half way down the straight Aden was
In front by a length and Edith May was
second, while Anne Davis had moied up
to third position and waa coming strong.
A sixteenth from home Aden, Anne Da
vis and Bilth May were running head and
head, but Davis and Aden slowly drew
away from May and fought It out head
and head to the wire.
Aden Just did last lone enough to beat
tho Hayes mare, while Edith May was a
length back.
A bunch of maiden 2-year-olds went to'
the post In the first race, with De Vines
backed into favoritism at post time. The
race proved to be a two-horse race all the
way between Trourera and Cotta Stone,
the former winning by a head on the post.
Betty Gold was third.
Se Daniel, at 4 to 1, won the' second
race from Fltzbrlllar and Doctor Burns.
St. Daniel had to be much the best to
win, as he was off absolutely last and
had to run all around his fleldi .He found
an opening In the stretch, which his
Jockey sent him through, and got up in
time to win going away by a length. Fitz
brlllar. who set all the pace. Just lasted
long enough to beat the 25-to-l shot Doc
tor Burns a nose for the place.
Another bunch of maiden 2-year-olds
was In the third race. In which the fa
vorite, Clara Dee. won by a head from
Russell A., with Bendlgo third.
Miss Betty led the field in the fifth all
the way, winning by half a length from
Orient and Bengal. Sambo was the fa
vorite in this race, but after keeping
well up with the leaders In the early
part of-tJie race, quit in the'Etrctcb and
finished a distant fifth. Miss Betty was
held at 'odds of 10 'to 'land was the sec
ond longest shot In the race.
Second Mate, hold it 1 tn 1 (nth. fct
ting, won the last race by a head from
ueorge Vivian. .with Judge Cantrill third.
Mate lay in third position to the stretch,
where he went to the front and man
aged to stalToff the rush of George Viv
ian. . - ,
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MlUtary
lda Defeat Preabyterlaju
t Maxahall.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Marshall, Mo., Oct. . Wentworth Mil
itary Academy, of Lexington and Mis
souri Valley College of this place played
their annual football game here this aft
ernoon, which resulted-In a. score of 28
to 6 In favor of the visitors.
The game was more Interesting than
the score would Indicate. Wentworth
made two touchdowns In the last ten min
utes of play on flukes.
A The features of the game were the
strong defensive work of wentworth. and
the fast playing of the Missouri Valley
boys.
Newman stars "Vlctorioaa.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Newman., I1L. Oct. U. Wilkin University
football team of Decatur was defeated this
afternoon by the Newman All-Stars, by the
score of 17 to 0. The Newmans outplayed the
unHersity boys from start to finish The New
man All-Stars have not been scored against
since 1898. defeating some of the best clubs of
Illinois and Indiana, Including tha Tilers of
Fiankfort. '
TO-DAT-S JAMAICA. ENTPJE8.
First race, handicap, for 2-rear-oIds. sertn
furlongs:
Amber Jack. (7 Jerry C. .' It
Myopia 99 Escutcheon 10s
Jennie McCabe 100 juvenaga. Ill
Merry Larlc 107 Trapper 120
Oxford 20 Diamond 124
Agile .".14 Workman 100
Second race, selling, ml'e and seventy yards:
ffentnr lOSlDe&tlnv
X
90
Knob namptou 98 jTDl San
jora Aavcoaio.......iw
Topic 102
Vincennes 103
Conceit 97
Siackensack lot
Brunswick HJ
Howlnk ... ..as
FUnnrslde 90
viona. 93
Beverlv I18
Prince Chlnr.
Owood
.10i Lord Badge 100
.ivs Aiunoa vj
Third race. 2-year-olds, selling, five and one
half furlongsj
Linda Rosa ...
Lanlhonv Boy .
Gold Croft ....
Gotowln
Far West
All Scarlet .....
Miss Modesty .
Bert Arthur ....
... 99
... 98
...93
...101
...107
...104
... 95
... M
Niblick
Juvenega ,
Sbannonslda .....
Darkle
Workman
Bjlisuava.,..,'..
... 98
...108
... 98
...110
...107
... 90
..104
Belligerent i01
Fourth race,
cuarter -mile:
the Nanaganset. one and one-
Irish wit .lOSiBriarthonM si
Lord Badge M'Brooltlynlte S3
New York Ill I stolen Moments 98
Orthodox 101 Canteen 105
Dick Bernard lOIILIttlf Em 10J
Fifth race, selling, one and eleven-sixteenths
mile:
Court Maid .'....104
The Huguenot 108
Olsten 98
Old England
Aacetlo
Garnish
Sixth race. 2-year-old maiden Olllles. five and
i half furlongs:
Idle Tears .108 LocriYonng tot
Wltcbazei 101 Fairy Dance 108
Blue Pigeon . 10S Hyacinth -....log
Ishmallan n.105 Novella ....m
Sun Jlay J-S Edith Brown ...... ..10S
Suffice 108 Mottle , lS
Inspiration .103 Miss Modesty -lot
My Buela .108
JAMAICA SEL1-CTIONB.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
New York. Oct. 24. Selections:
First Race Diamondr Kerry IarkX Amber
jack. Second RaceOsgood. Destiny, Lord Badm.
Third Rai BellUrerent, All ScarletTNIb-
llck. ,
Jourth.Race-Ltttl Em. Canteen. Stolen Mo
menta. ' " i-
Fltth;.Rc Court Maid. Oamlsta, Old Ens
Sixth! Bse-Ia1""ntim,
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THE REPUBLIC'S DAILY RACING FORM CHART
Delmar Race Track. Oct. 21. Weather clear: track fast.
Iuv7 First race, nnfse $303. maiden 2vear-olls. five and onehalt fnrlonEa:
. M HOUSES AND Betting
Ind. f - JOCKEYS. - Wt S. ft H M. S. F. Open Cloee PI.
MS Trourere. John Hennes 100 s Z"A 2' lhd 5 5 2
S92 Cotta Stone. Neeli 102 3 14 lhd 2"A B 13
W Ilettv Gold. Dickson.... 97 1 ! S' 3 6 12 S
72 Mao-Maud. UtVllllams S7 9 6M , 4'4 4 6 3 3
M De Vlncc. Seder 102 5 4 & P G 9-2 2
7 Bannock Belle, Emblen 97 6 V 7 6 6 c 2
99J lionanz Klnc. 8 Dicks 102 7 End 6 7"4 5 8 3
JJ2 Lady Olft. Cheatham.. 102 4 ' 10" V SO 20 8
W Aten. loasue--...'. i97 2 9 S 9 10 8 4
142 Sharon Pcrinr. Dennis 105 10 10 9' 10 13 20 12
930 llox. McLauehlln 102 11 11 11 11 8 10 4
Start KOnA fnr nil htrt Rnr. TVnn rirli en nut.
c. m. by Troubadour Charity. First two had
Trourede outxnmed Stone: The latter led by
vrbere she was pamed by Trourere. who won
best all th way. rtoi was left at the nest.
1: Getty Gold, 6 to 2.
Time :25i, -ja. 1.02V4. 1:104.
"I" Krtn! wrn nrr. 440. .lltnir. A - vretr
, . t uonsns and i EJ.ttlni ,
Ind. JOCKETS. TVL S. . W L M. S. I. OpenlCloiie PI.
10o St. Daniel. D Austin. 101 12 8hd " 5 ST ; 1' 4 E 2
rs? Kltzbrlllnr. Sedr 103 3 2no 1 1 I4 2no 8 li .6
'2 Dr. Bum". Younc 103 X I' 5' C Tha 3' 12 23 10
993 Jake Weber, rtlc 100 S llpu s' 91 Shrt 4hd ts 11-1 9-10
"J Tribes. S Dickson 100 3 Thd 41 4' Ch'J E 3 4 3-2
973 Missile. McLauehlln.... 303 10 2 2nd 3'5 4'5z hd 10 8 3
g Sanctlsslma. Thomer ... 100 11 12 12 B 11' Thd 10 50 8
993 Carlana. Hmblcn 100 9 O'H 10 10' 94 Shd 6 11 4
998 William F. II. John
Hennessy 103 4 W Thd ' 8 11 9" 12 15 6
993 Flora lvr. 1. Williams 100 4 8 S .u, P 10" 10 17 6
1000 Gerda. Post 103 7- lno 3hd 2nd 2nd 11 30 45 13
4 Tenner Dirk. Xeely.... 103 1 11' 11' 114 12 12 12 80 10
Start fair. Won easllr; next two drlvlrd. Winner: T. A Gray's b. h. (4). by St. An
drew Danlella. St. Daniel was pound the bet. Off very badly, forced to co all around his
field, found clear ealllne; In the stretch and was eolnir away at the end. ntzbrlllar showed
lots of speed, but tired badly and Dr. Bums would ta n been second In another Jump. Burns
ran a much-Improved raee and clo'ed err strong. Gerda and MlsMIe had speed, but ault.
Show bettlni St. Daniel, even: Fltzbrlllar, 3 to 1: Dr. Bums. 5 to L ,
. Tlme-:23. :. 135K. 1:4. '
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Third race, nurse $100. maiden 2 - year
. . I HOKSKS AND 1 I BMtlnir
Ind. ) r JOCKEYS. Wt. S. t; H t M. j S. F. OpenlCiose PI.
997 Clara Dee. Dickson 102 2 2nd 3' f 8no lhd T? 4 S-5
900 Ruwll A . Head 10-3 7 6hd . V C 2' 10 8 C-2
833 Btudlro. D Austin.... 103 E 4 r'J 4hd 3'V. 5 9 2 8-5
1O0C John Randolph. S Dl 107 6 7 7 V 4' 2 9-2 8-5
1006 Kitty Belle Brooka
Thomer 102 8 8 8 8 t 15 7-3
971 Stella M . Oark Vi 4 2no 21 2no (? 4 10 4
'7 Dresden. Ilrldwell 102 1 5' 44 " Thd t 7 ?
92 Makalna. Scully 103 3 1"4 V l'W 8 12 13 s
Start rood. Won In hard drive: secord same. Winner: J C Milan fs Co.'s b f.. by
fit. Jullen Marie C. Clara Dee was rated behind Makalna. and Stella M. to the stretch,
where'Bhft went to the front aid was going awav at the end. Russell IT. came from away
back In the stretch nnd finished eamely. Brtidlm Rlo c!oed stronj. Makalna quit to a
walk after showing dazzling speed. Show betting Clara Dee, 4 to 5: RubI1 II., ( to 8;
Buidliro. .4 to 6.
Time 5. 49. 1:02. VIVA.
IUIZ i-onrth race, purse law, handicap 2-year-oIfls and up net 8SQ0. seven furlmni:
HORSES A2D I I Bettlnr
Ind. JOCKEYS Wt. S. I '4 l M. B. F. OpemCToeel PI.
ion- Aden. Cheatham",. 122 6 1 i v 2 lhd B I si 4
3.rM2VAnne Davis, D Austin. 105 8 4' 4' 4 4 2'H B-2 W-B OS
, (D74)IBd!th Mar. S Dickson r - V ' , S 3 Shd S E-2 4-5
97 Tern's Rod. Rice 82 2 K Ehd V C it S 8-5
4W7 lArlena. McLourhlln.... ri 4 Z V V VI, I' 3 2
4i IWolfram. L Williams. 93 1 71 714 thd P 40 K 10
13) St. Flour. Dickvm .... 90 3. C P T" VA V 10 2ft 7
2U IRalrh Young. Neelr... 9 5 S 8 8 8 20 40 15
Start cood. Won In hard drle: second cleverly beat others. Winner: W. D. Stringer's
b. h. tZ). by Athellng Ulsle. Aden laid cloe to Arlena's 'ast pace-, passsd her aa they
turned Into the stretch but barelv htd enough left to stall off 4,nne Davis. The latter would
have won In another lump rdlth Mav seemed to be the winner In tho retrh, but tired.
Arlena ault. Shov bttlng Aden, 2 to 1; Anne Davis. 3 to 5: Edith May. 1 to 2. (
Time :24K. :4S. 1:14. 1:27V4.
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Fifth race, purse S409. 3-vear-olds and
HORSFS AND
JOCKEYS.
Ind. I
'73 IM
fri TtAlfv TIVtlUsm'
S7 'Orient, D Austin...
(lti)'Rergai. s Dickson.
9M IPathos. Rice
t& ISamlw. Mclaughlin
(S99)llvernln. Seder
Start good Won fl"llr second same winner: Martin & Walker's ch. f. f3. bv St
Gorye Free Will. Mies Betty broke flying, aet a hot pace, but was tlrlns? at tho end and
had the race been a sixteenth farther Orient would rove won. The latter closed strong and
nn a good race Bengal ran his usual honest race Sambo was kept well up with the lead
ers to-dav, but tired and did not run his race. Show betting Miss Betty, even; Orient, 1 to
2: Bengal, ! to E.
Time-SSH. :50, 1:18. 1:C 1:18?,
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Sixth race, purse 8400. selling. 4-year-oIfls
Ind. J
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HORSES AND
JOCKEYS.
8.
S!6 Second Mate. S.Dlcksoi
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2hd!
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(991) George Vivian, U Will) 100
5SS
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Judge Cantrill Scully,
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Karca. Howard ,
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Golden Light, D. Aust
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IBlrdwood. Mclaughlin.!
Drummond, Cheatham..!
Pnt Choice. Dickson..
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Start good Won" driving: second casllv. winner: G. IT Neal & Co 'a b. h. f). by First
Mate Vera. Mate laid away from th early pace made his run In th stretch and was
golnr awav at the end. Vivian made his run In the stretch also, and fully ran his race,
judge Cantrill and Golden Light ran themselves into the cround In front. Show betting
Mate. 3 to 6: Vivian. 8 to 2; Cantrill. S to L
Tlme-i4, O0. 1:1!. 1:13, 1-J6U.
TO-DAY'S ENTRIES AT LOCAL
AND FOREIGN TRACKS.
TO-PATS WOItTH ENTRIES.
first race, six furlongs:
Troaaucha.
Yeast
Fcx Meade
Mhs Anthony.. ...
Cbhassett
Mlmon
St. erry Lees..
Fly Im&v ........
... f7
... 91
... 97
.. 97
...117
..1C7
...107
..107
Carnival
The. Hawaiian
Heritage
Gas Heldorn ....
Barrlngton
Mendon
Careless ..,...,.
Rowland M
..107
..110
..re
..110
..uo
..112
,.ta
Second race, five furlongs:.
Pelnam .". 107
The Reprobate 107
lortllnr US
San Jose 110
Bradwartln ...112
Lauroe 107
Ed Early 107
Chief Bush 115
Bishop Poole 115
Smithy Kane
.107
Arc L-ignt
J a Smith ,
Westbrookfleld
Anralotta. 110
...110
110
110
Couple Ed-Earlv and Chief Bush as Bradley
a Brolller entry.
Third race, handicap six furloncs:
ClgarUghterr.t""" to
Ahola ...'. M
Don Domo ..X 31
sir Brtllar ..,..'. 96
J. W. O'Neill 38
Nannie 'Hedge 103
Golden Rule 105
Rusk... 107
Mayor Johnson 108
Fourtn
eighth:
race, handicap, one mile and an
Scortlc 85 Rankin ?
Ahola 90 Huzzaii 104
Larallghter 12 Martinmas 113
King Ellsworth .... 97 Brancas 113
gpencerlan E8
Couple Rankin and Huzzah. Arthur entrv.
Fifth race, selllnr one mile and a Quarter:
Annora JH : 88 Mr. 'Farnum. 102
Lachaperone 90 JIngler ....102
Mlngore 9 Lou Woods 102
Charlie Miller 15 Little Elkln 104
Rabunta i... 97 Paramount .." 10S
Santa Teresa ........ 97 Ben Chance 107
Scortlc ....n "37 Ethylene 10f
Avenger 93 Nlaxus 102
Sixth race, sir furlongs:
Golden Buck 97
Platoon 97
Midge r. 91
scotch Irish , ...li)
Diagram : V
Kenton 100
Big Beach 105
Ivan the Terrible.. ..105
Michael Byrnes ....105
Colonel Ruppert ...TO
Broadway Girl 112
Basswood ....... 97
WORTH SELECTIONS.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Chicago. Oct. 24 Selections:
First Race Mendon. Careless, Gus Heldom.
Second Race The Reprobate, Bishop Poole,
Lordllng.
Third Race-J. W. O'Neill, Sir Brlllar, Abola.
Fourth Race Martinmas. Huzzah. Brancas.
Fifth Race Little Elkln. Beu Chance, Char
lie Miller. .
Sixth Race-Ivan The Terrible, Colonel Rup
pert, Basswood.
TO-DAY'S ELM RIDGE ENTRrJES.
First race, selling, file and one-half .furlongs:
Crescerton. .
Our Ltllle 98
Rebo . 104
hllcnt Water.....
Mai Lowery
Dan Collins
Predoua Stone...
My Gem.
Cousin Carrie....
Great Mogul
Blue Grass Girl 108
Ellin King-. 112
Pearl Stone 103
Stumpeonen 10
Venator 110
..1CS
..111
..101
..108
Second race,
furlongs:
2-year-olds, four and one-half
Sea Voyage
Bonlfield
Modred Law....
Luretta
Pawtucky
Flying Trapeee.
Alice Piatt.
103
....106
....105
....113
....1C
....10
....110
Azellne 103
El Otros lot!
Maggie Mackay.....ll0
Philanthropist 103
Amu-Jcoday 108
Angleta ...110
Sea Sick 115
Third race, handicap six furlongs:
Prlllla 81
Ed Ball 115
Felloe Lugl 107
McGee 117
Otto Stlfel 111
Dalvay 118
San Nicholas 113
Fourth race.
an eighth:
handicap, purse, one mil and
Alma Durour..
Barkltylte ...
. 98 William Wright....
. 50 Claude
,.100
..12S
Fifth race, purse seven funongs:
Toledo 381
es.........1inj
1M1
The Lady ,
Forecaster
,.104
Hippocrates
joeette
Sixth race, selllnr. mile and one-half:
Harbor
Vlrdotte
Basle Horn .
Neversuch
.. 92
..103
... 93
..105
Golden Mineral 94
Colonel Ballenline...llO
Mae Miller. 102
Acprentlcs ailowacce.
ELMRIDaE SELECnONS.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Kansas City. Mo.. Oct. 24. Selections:
First Race Rebo. Our Llllle. Crescerton.
Second Race Madred Law. Alice Peatt, Sea,
Slck
Third Race Ed BalL McGee. San Nicholas.
. Fourth Race Barkleylte, Claude, Alma DU-
fOUR
Fifth Race The Lady, Foretnarter, Hlppo-
Htxtn zBM-BOfaaoa. ae-rasacx). OoUsalSlxth Race Exalted. Jleriis Georri. Colonel
rrnnil eMilv. Winner: C. J. Landfrled's b.
the race between themselves all the Tray and
a small mantin to half way down the stretch
itolnc an ay. Betty Gold was easily third
Show beltlnc Trourere, even: Cotta Stone, s to
- alAm nnil rrwarfl. one mile:
- olds, fire and one-half fnrlonzs:
up. mile and onc-slxteentht
f I I Bettlnr
Wt. S. Si J 14 i M. S. I r. Open'Oose
s 4 V iu? 1 Vi 1H B j 10
OS 1 4U 4ti V 2hd 2t 8 9-2
97 1 2i 2' 2'A S'j Shd 4 .3
100 3 P!J B C 6 4J 8 1J
110 R C C 4 P B 2 8-5
97 1 8. 3' 3' Shdl 4' 6 4 5
PI.
3
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S-5
4
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Betting
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TO-DAY'S DELMAR ENTRTES.
First race, file and one-bait furlongs, maiden
f-yr&r-oio nines, selling;
972 LaUy Sellers. 93 9S4 'Bessie Mc 102
1011 'Stella M lri 9S4 Dorothy Dodd 107
1011 'Makalna 93 S61 'Flying FIre..l02
92 'Ethel's Prlde.102 6-S Thnmp-on's
842 'Algetha 15 Fairy 109
72 Teleorono 73S Elenika It)
Belle S3
Second race. (He and one-hair furlongs; 3-year-olds.
soiling:
994 'Lookaway ... St
843 King Fox II..1M
t0 'itajor Car-
n'nter 113
fS94) 'Madoc 100
1002 'Sweet Note.,.100
959 'Pilgrim Girt.. 95
99S Maid of the
Order 100
E3 'Uaggeriy .... 93
94J 'Fannette .... 93
100) Bob Curt 105
995 Bird Pond 105
947 'Cd Merrltt.... 93
Third race, six furlongs. 2-ear-olda and up.
selling:
9SS Vouch Ill
999 King's darm-lll
(1005) Felix Mozzes ..1 It
992 'Gfljlconfls .... 99
SS9
100
932
Iasso 108
'Jack Moron.. 13
Kilts st
89
Fourth race, one mile and
year-olds and up. handicap:
a sixteenth, !
1013 Sambo 10
1005 Flora Wll-
loughby 97
nO08) Sam Craig..... 98
100S Labln 101
10C6 Taby Tosa. ...1
rifth race,
un selllnr:
seven furlongs. 3-year-olds and
652 Byron Rose. ..HI)
.981 Mafalda 104 1
78 Light Opera.. .101 1
993 'Gav Llzzette. 971
1012 'Wolfram ....102
1012 'Ralph Youne TOt
99 'Bab 102
1007 Miss Manners 107
1004 'Algonquin ... 91
975 'Montpeller ..100
Sixth race, one mile and
year-olds and up. selling:
a tlxteentth. J-
1008 'Mainspring ..103
909 'Triple Bilver. 91
(1004) 'Mindora 103
1008 Imboden 94
1004 'Avoid lft
1004
1001
1013
100S
983
Frank Rice.. 98
'Compass- 95
Ivemia 100
Marlln 104
Sister LllHan..loo
'Apprentice allowance claimed.
TO-DAY'S DELMAR SELECTIONS.
First Race Ethel's Pride. Dorothy Dodd, Bes
sie Mc.
Second Race Bob Curt, Modoc, Maid of the
Third
Charm.
Race Lasso, Felix Mozzes, King's
rourth Race-Taby Tosa, Sam Craig, Lubln.
rifth Race-Gay Llzette, Mafalda, Llcbt
Opera.
Sixth Race Marlln, Mindora, Frank Rice.
TO-DAY'S LATONIA ENTRIES.
First race, six and a half furlongs:
Glgantto it, Bob Franklin IK
. .v.t...u ...., - flMllLll .......... ...1IU
Melita
..101
Foreigner .....
Senor
Miss Aubrey
..103
CJ-uttlca ...
Artemesla ,
The Laurel
...101
...111
. .HI
..105
..1K
Second race, five furlongs:
Anna Nannan....
Nlta Deer
Edna Tanner......
Halma .Belle ,
Meadow Flume...
Madrhen
Erla Lee
Martha Cells...
Marv Eleanor .
Mum
Burnle Sue
..108
..108
..103
..112
..112
..105
..103
..165
..103
...105 :
Third -race, mile:
Easy Trade N
New Amsterdam.... 99
Baby M 101
QUIncy 101
Olonetz 101
Fleoron ...i 1C2
King of the Valley.102
J. J. T. Salntwcod.104
Varro IM
Harrison In3
Red Raven 117
Hen Mora. 197
Fourth race six furlongs:
Penzo 99
Mary Callahan 99
Ethel Kcckler ....... 99
Marseilles 99
Henry 99
Louise Btapp 99
Portuny iqs
Thistle Do 102
Vallaramblla 102
Tellfare ire
Sir Mars 107
Tuiedo io7
Fifth race, five furlongs z'
Rachel Ward 9 Lustig va
Eva Claire 96 Qlendon i!5
Ethel Oavis 97 Bonnie Mary ....."luS
Dod Andereont 98 Vestry ...;:"."i05
Dusky Ml Leota io
Determination 11
Sixth race, five and one-half furlongs:
Johnson
100
Milton Young iw
Foxhunting iirj
Frank But in-
vouoie
Judge Traynor
Cesareus
Machlon
Omtelca
Mlntsmaeh ....
,103
....103
.....103
....103
....103
....103
Merrick .George 103
(-Dionei wmte 109
LATONIA SELECTIONS.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Cincinnati. O., Oct. 24. Selections:
First Race Miss Aubrey. Artemesla. Mardan.
Second Race Mary Eleanor Pla. T. u.tM.
B'lle -
Third Safe Varro. Sed Ttavn TTft., i.
Valley. l '
monn uacsraxeao. Thistle Do. Penzo
TTfrth Tlnnn lfti n T . "tl B
i.Jr i"v i5!tf-M uicaugnv
.miu.
ST, L U, BEATS
CENTRAL
G
Blue and WhitevBojs Easily De
feat Opponents by Score
of 45 to 0.
OUTCLASSED AT ALL STAGES.
Peclimann's Long Kun for
Touchdown After Catching
the Ball Feature of
Contest.
St Txul3 University defeated Central
High School at the World's Fair Stadium,
yesterday afternoon by a score of 45 to 0.
Although greatly outclassed at all stages
of the game, the High School boys put
up a good fast game against their heavier
opponents.
The High boj-3 held the university play,
ers several times for downs, but tho lat
ter had little difficulty In breaking
through the opponent's line on most of the
occasions. A feature of the game was
tho good tackling of tho smaller players.
Several of the university men, after the
game, was over, declared that many of
the High boys tackled better than larger
teams. They went low and In the ma
jority of the attempts downed their man.
The features of tho game were the long
run mauo Dy t-eenmann lor a toucnuown,
after catching the ball from a kick-off and
running all but twenty yards of the field,
and the Held goal by Dillon from the
twenty-fli e-yard line.
Davo Lamb kicked off for High School
at the beginning. The university players
held the ball and advanced down the Held.
Pechjnann scoring after four minutes of
play. Sam Campbell kicked goal.
High again kicked off. Pecnmenn caught
the ball at the twenty-yard line and.
aided by many players, ran the field. Sev
eral ci me iizn oojs attempted to tacKie,
but Kddle ducked and placed the bill be
hind the bars. Camobeli again kicked goal.
Lamb again kicked oil, but Axllne
blocked the ball, a fellow -player falling
on tho skin. Kinney scored the next touch
down after an off-side play from the
twcnty-ard line. Campbell kicked goal.
When they started plajlng again, uni
versity brought the ball to High's five
yard line, hut here fumbled, and the skin
went Into the red and black hands, Lamb
kicking to safe terrltorv.
A few minutes later Hennerich scored.
Campbell failed to kick.
Pechmann scored the last touchdown in
the first half of the game.
Campbell kicked the goal, endlnr the
half with the score 23 to 0.
Three touchdowns and a field goal were
scored In the last half. University kicked
off at the beginning, but High held the
ball only a short while. losing on downs.
Campbell scored and kicked the goal.
BIngman scored the next and Campbell
kicked. Hennerich scored and Sam sent
the ball through the bars.
-With only a few seconds left to play,
and with the ball on the twenty-yard line,
St. Louis took a chance at allowing Dillon
to kick the ball. The skin was passed to
him at the twenty-flve yard line and ho
booted the oval through the bars, making
the final score 45 to 0.
Tha line-up:
S. L. U. Position. Central Hlph.
Cooper Trotter. Lett end Smith
Castlen
Dlnrman Left tackle Lamb
Brown Curtis.. ...... Lett guard c Martin
Axllne Center Blancy
Reber-Lucky Right guard Donovan
Hennerich Right tackle Bock
Ilobbs McMorrow....lU3ht end .... Oliver
Cornwall Dillon Quarterback ... Broome
Sherry
Pechmann
Grlfflth L-ft half S. Martin
Kinney Lucas Rlebt half runch
Campbell Full back ...Christopher
Newcorab
Referee Dillon. Umpire Smith. Time of
halves Twenty-flve and twenty minutes.
THREE GAMES THIS WEEK.
St. L. V. to Play Central CoIIegre of
Kentucky Thursday.
Three games will be played ot tbe
World's. Fair Stadium, this week. St. Louis
University will play Central College of
Kentucky Thursday. Tho gamo should be
a victory for the local aggregation, al
though Central comes strongly repre
sented. Purdue and Missouri universities wtlj
clash on the Stadium Field Friday. This
will undoubtedly be a great game. Pur
caie Is one of tha foremost teams of In
diana, while Missouri showed that she has
a strong team in tha game against Ken
tucky Saturday. With both teams on
equal terms they should make a hard
fight.
Tho University or Texas will make a
long Journey and will be here Saturday
to play Washington. Many say that the
xjone star team is not as strong as usual,
while others say that she will make
Mvrtlo and Maroon struggle for victory.
Christian Brothers' College will play
Lombard next Saturday at the college.
Lombard's record Is a strong team this
year and while lt Is very probable that
she will outweigh a B. C, tho latter
players think they can hold their own.
S CHWARZWALD'S
STEEPLECHASE.
Favorite tn Elm Rldaje Feature
Passed Sweet Jane In Last Jump.
Kansas City. Mo Oct 24. After trailing
along for almost the entire Journey,
Schwarzwald went to the front at the last
Jump and won the Steeplechase Handicap,
the feature of Elm Ridge, to-day. Sweet
Jane was second, two lengths In front of
Spring Water. Joe Goss, Schwarzwald
and W. R. Condon were the winning fa
vorites. Weather cloudy; track fast. Sum
mary: First race,- sir furlongs Joe Goes. 109 (Car
mack), 8 to S, won: Dan Collins, 109 (Shcehan),
20 to 1. second: blr Andrew. 10s (Henry), 7 to
2. third. Time 1.141. Ponopa. Lady Char
lotte. Scepter, Pourquoi Pas. Dolly Gray and
Happy Chappy aUo ran.
Second race, Ave furloncs Royal Lerend, 111
(Henry). 3 to L won: Lou Merrill. 104 (Mo
rlarty), 31 to 1, scond; Peggy, 115 (Carmack),
3 to 2. third. Time. I-oiy. The Doctress.
Henry O . Glacomo, Swedish Lad, St. Denis and
Adore also ran.
Third race, one and one-sixteenth mile Flo
Bob, tl (Knapp). 8 to C won; Leila. 88 (Green
field), even, second; File, 83 (Ls-wls), 16 to 1,
third. Time. 1:47U. Dardn and Jerrv LvrvJi
also ran.
Fourth race, six furloncs Tyrollan, 97 (Au
buchon), 6 to 1, won; Tom Shelly. 107 (Ander
son), 11 to 6, second; Loretta M.. 107 (Otis),
to 1, third. Time. 1:134. Alderman Bat, Red
iieynarn. uaiiopon. Mart ueniry, Kaipu Kees
and Fl Otros also ran.
Fifth race, steeplechase, full course, about
two miles Schwarzwald, 142 (Pemberton), " to
6, won: Sweet Jan. 133 (Rice), 4 to 1. second;
Sprlnjruater. 127 (Dupee). 10 to 1. third. Time.
4.09. Evander, Mrs. Grannan and Creolhi also
ran. fanninraaie zeiu
Sixth race, one mile TV. R. Condon, 102
(Aubuchon), 3 to 2. won: The Major, 107 (Shee
haa). 8 to L second: PettlJohn. 104 (Hothersoll),
30 to 1. third. Time, 1:4L Colonel Ballantyne,
Mae Miller, Flying Torpedo and Payne aJso
ran.
GLE!T ECHO WOJf, TIVELVE TO OXE.
Aucnr, Favorite In the Lynbrook
Handicap, Was Never In Rannlnsr.
New York. Oct. 24. Glen Echo. 12 to L
easily won the Lynbroolc Handicap at Ja
maica to-day. Glen Echo, practically un
backed, toot the lead early and retained
It. winning by Ave lengths. Augur, tha fa
vorite, was Interfered with and was never
a contender. Two favorites won.
First race, six furlong, selling-H. L John
son. IOC (Bums). 6 to 1. won; Confessor. M
(Travers). 10 to 1. second: Kittle Piatt, 109 YW
bavla), 12 to 1. third. Time. 1:14 J- Cove?
Hampton. Hlldebrand. Red Ruler. Dazzle Blrh
LKe, Recreo, Ike 8., St. Mantrave, Iron Heart
Pyemallon. calmness. The Chanticleer. Mon
codor. Gold Fleur and Auto Hoed also ran.
Second race, one and ones&teenth mile, sell
tag Chamnlaln. M (Travers). S to 2. -iron-Re.
vcTHe. ICO (Hlldebrand) 9 to S. seoondSouS
Trimble. 104 (O'Neill) 7 to 1. tmrd. Bme, i?4t
Namtor. Sals, Stone Arabia, VltXatatS. He.
ira. Homestead and'Tlde also ranT
Third no, stzturioasv-croim Frlace, x
(Gannon). M to C. won: Roseben. 108 (O Nell) 4
to 1. sjcond; Israelite. ITT (Redfern). 17 to 18,
third. Time. 1:13 2-5. Auditor, Ancestor and To
ban also ran. ., . ,
rourth race. th Lvnbrook Handicap. Ix fnr
lonrs Glen Dttin 105 (Bums), 12 to 1. won.
Gamara, 103 (Phillips). 10 to 1, second; Pasade
na. 110 (Martin). 8 to 1. third. Time 1:13. Au
eur, Calrnirorm. Teacress. Flyback. Heart s De
sire, Autln Allen and Kins Cole a!o ran.
Fifth Race, one and one-quarter mile, selling
Ciovcrland. 156 (nedfern). 5 to 1. won; Stone
wall. Do Travers). to I. scond; The Southern
er. 10) (W. Davis). 11 to S. third. Time. 2 C 2 S.
btoUn Moments and Midshipman also ran.
blxth race, on mile and a furlonr Caroun
cl. 117 (Reiifrn). 4 to Z. won; War Yvfcoop. 97
(Travtrs). 7 to 1 econd: Ethics. Vi (Cochran).
7 to 1 third. Time. Ii5 1-5. Proceeds also ran.
MARSHALL WINS
. CHESS TOURNEY
Young Champion Will Receive
First Prize, Even if He Loses
His Final Match To-Day.
The final round of the national chess
tournament was postponed until to-day,
several of the players falling to play off
the drawn sames yesterday. The ninth
and final round will be played to-day.
Frank Marshall, even though he loses his
match to-day, will win first prize, hav
ing won the eight matches out of as many
played. Yesterday he won his drawn gams
of Saturday from Ed Schrader of St.
Louls-
Kemcny won his drawn "ame from,
Elscnberg. and is now tied for third place
with Ed Schrader and Uedemann.
The flrst and second places are prac
tically clncheJ. Marshall In the former,
with Max Judd of St. Louis second. Tho
latter. If he loses his match to-day. will
still be tied with cither Kemeny. Uede
mann or Schrader.
The standing Is as follows:
w. l. vr. L.
Marshall s 0 JatTe 4
JuCd S Elv-nbeTr 3
Kerreny c 3 MJotkowskl .... 2 6
Uedeman S 3 Schweitzer S 6
Schrader 5 3 Doctor Shrader.. 0 S
MAJOR DELMAR SHATTERS
UNPACED TROTTING RECORD
AKn McDonald Sends Stallion Around
311 le Circle t Memphis
in 2:01 1-4.
Memphis, Term , Oct. 21. Major Delmar,
owned by B. E. Smathcrs of Xew York
and drived by Alta McDonald, established
a new world's mark for unpaced trotters
at the Memphis Driving Park to-day when
he circled the track In 2:0Ui. The previ
ous mark was 2 OlJ, held jointly by Major
Delmar and Lou Dillon.
To-day's performance was cheered by a
large crowd, and horsemen generally were
of the opinion that had the weather con
ditions been more favorable, the son of
Delmar would have made even a lower
mark. A cold wind was blowing up the
home stretch, which materially lessned
the tpecd of the horse In the final effort
for the wire. Major Delmar stepped the
J"st quarter In 31 seconds, the half In
Ixvs and the three-quarters pole was
pasted In 1:3U. In the run home he
perclptibly tired, and passed the Judges'
stand In .'.-0114.
Dan Patch, the pacing champion, was
sent against his own unpaced mark of
U&V-, but he failed to equal this record.
Both Major Delmar and Dan Patch were
accompanied by runners on the side.
The Sunny South Stakes for 2:13 class
pacers, valued J2.0C0, went to Broncho, In
straigth heats. Ash Ross,.was second." '
The Sonny South. 2:13 pace, rieoo. two In
three:
The Broncho, p. m.. by Stcrmcliffe (Dean). 1 1
Ah Rose. b. h. (Snow)
Blnilo B er. m (Marsh) 3 i
Monnut. b b (Ervin) 4 4
tT F"'ir ?0Slne Calt Uaner
2.15 pace. '6oo."two in three:
Gaiety, b. m . by Aahiand VVIJkes (Horlne). 1 1
Doctor Francis, ch. z. (MadIson).....l.. 2 S
Delpha, b. m. (McDevItt) "" 3
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uia circulation re-estaDlUbea.
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Anrtlin -wiUces. b. h. CCurry) 1
iime z:iZM. 3-03.
230 pace. J1.0CO. two In three I
Fuflston. ro. g.. by Dictates (Snowl. ....... 1 1
Kmll D.. b. jr. (Rafferty) 2 2
Bonlta. m, m (SDlllman) 3 3
Time 2di. 205.
2:12 trot, amateur drivers, two In three:
Imocene. ch. m.. by Elvrla (Mr. BUI-
Iiurs) I
I.'lve. b. ro. (Mr. Jones) 2
Time 2:2Ki IdSJt. 2:1214.
2-07-pace. amateur drivers, two ia three
nlshd):
Dry Monopole.
b. c.
tre- air trie ntr.
Jones) 2
Don N . rn. r. (Mr. Fhepard) 1
Green Line, b e. (Mr. Billlnxs) 3
Time I'flSH. 2a.
Maior Delmar. b. jr.. by Detaar (McDonald).
MtatiS?i' ,rottllli "Iima by auarters SL
Dan Patch, b'r. h.. bv Joe Patchen fHorse.
to beat 1-5S pace. Time by quarters 0.
:J5. 11ZO. 2:001.
HAD XEWS RAX SPAItKLIXO RACE.
Goto Away Welclit to nijth-Clata
Field ana TVan at m. Mile In Is-tOl ".
Chicago, Oct. 2-J. Emperor of India ami
Bad News were the winning favorites at
Worth to-day. The other four events .
to second choices and an outsider. Weath
er cool: track good.
Summary:
rti r?c.e' . tlx furlonc-Automaton. !"J
IiT??,'.-rt0 h woa: tn Reed. WT (Romai
J1II). 13 to 5 reoond: Doctor Moody. 1ST (Folevl
rL?TilJ?1F- 3-'nr,UP - Ca-SoXnarii:
fr?K.'fcSC-i Musketeer. Julia Jnni:n
Mr?U,cS??'rtr- Pi"e W. Wlne Sap. Jo.
Fry. Postman and Flaunt also ran.
..E5SJ ? ra"r .aod Iff yanis-Emceror
?lvIndK' I10 WeuoeD. to 10. won: Arab. 3.
fShayr). 3 to 1. -econd: Falernlan. no (Mcln-STV.1-.
,h,ri Time. l:4J. Martini. "5-
imM&,JfhT:ltajrot,e A.TTOSer- Btrr Wad.le'.I.
Lanrford. James- and Mlneore alss ran
rSJ.1! il "?Ti "IxnrlonKs-Xew Mown Har. :or
(Rnbtlns). 13 to won: The Crtre. 10S (Hcrr-SP-S
J.Suiii0'co::1:.Mei10' ,K: (Johcsoni. wo
hJS11 TIa,e- 1:?4.st- paaIa- Cosnomen.
Intrtcue Cypzen- and Flight aIo ran.
Fourth race, mile Bad News. 118 (Helrr
son). 3 to -. won: Miss Crawro-d. K (Lannon).
? t??;K'ZT'l: ri"L Ne,r- M raelntrrei. 3 ii
1. third. Time. l.M 1-Z. Introductor and Lair
Jocelyn also ran. 3
.aF'S? .race, mile ard on-lrt-itb Federal.
14; (Mclntyre). 6 to L won: Meistersinr-r;
(Ktmi). 3 to I. recond: Ethylene. M7 (Harr's).
3 to 1. third. Time l-g 1-S. Celebration,
qianterelle. Harney. Bank Street and Carat
aJo ran.
Sirthrace flv ard one-half farloncs CoVcel
gnprert. 112 Treubn 18 to 5. won: Old
??,'un!t. D2.Dm!n!ck). even, seoond; Loele-iT'!5-
IM 'jvfison). 4' to 1. third. Time. VJT.Z-Z.
VTi.""- RSourne. CapitAno. Doctor Leno.
Matador and Janeta also ran.
CRESCEXT crnr club plaxs,
Representative Comes to St. Louis,
" Others nave Been Enst.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Aew Orleans. La., Oct. 24 Rufus Bush.'
entry clerk of the Crescent City Jockey
v-iuo. aepartea for St. Louis this mo:
!. .. t . .
.- 6.ui up ataiLenng entries, also to
superintend the shipping of the horses
from that point.
Billy Bernhardt goes to St. Louis to
morrow. He win ship his extensive statle
here for the winter meeting. Responsive,
a fun sister to TYItful, is the star of the
stable.
Colonel P. A. Renand returned from the
East to-day with this Interesting Item:
"Charley Rowe, tho trainer and part
owner of Colonial Girl, winner of tha SX.
000 World's Handicap at St. Louis, prom
ised me beforo I left New York that hs s
would ship his mare down here- along with
First Mason. Mabel Richardson and the
other cracks' In his stable. Rowe has
been more than successful with his
horses. He pulled oft a number of clever
coups. Willie Davis, the sensation of the
racing world at present, will in all prob
ability rido for Rowe."
Toledo Gets Dallas Flayer. ?1
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Dallas Tex.. Oct. 34. Ola Johnson, known to
Texas Leajue patrons as "Home-rtua" John- 3
J
n uu 101 AiKnir joanson. wno na3 ivi
pUred brilliantly at infield positions for the jtj
Dallas olub' during; the last two seasons, has Vr3
oeen urarted by the Toledo club of the Amer
ican Association. Johnson had been signed for
Dallas by Manager Gardner for the season of
190S. but the Toledo draft was made before
October 15. and Dallas has to lose one of its
favorite players, .,
Kemper 64, Colombia Hls;n O.
BoonviDe, Ma, Oct. St. In a well-played tame
of football here, from a Kemper standpoint.
Kemper defeated Columbia Hljh School. M to 0.
n
IFiffBl Enrj trmlm at hur Ml OH Ftta lp
THE FTIAH THAT VOTT wrrr.r Tcrvr
BE CURED may have deterred you froE
"as noneat treatment, or you may
nave been one of the unfortunates who
cava been treated la vain by Insxr.erl-
JhSi Puymaana, tiUOE. TKEAT
MENT8. FREE TRIAL HAMPLE8.
PATENT MEDICINES. ELECTRIC
BELTS and other similar devices. Sucn
treatments cannot and will never cure
you. nor will these maladies cure them
selves. When I offer you a cure, and
am wining to risk my professional rep
utation In curing you. and have such
FAITH ANT) fTOVFTnTrvriri in mv
continued success In treating these dls
eoaes mat i W1.UU rJT ACCEPT A
DOLLAR UNTIL YOU ARE PERMA
NENTLY CURED, and satisfied with a
lasting cure, what fairer business propo-
S. . i-"JitiB ""cou " ne sick anu ai
fllcted? This should convince tha skep
tical, as I mean what I sar and I do cx-
Sc.l'2La3. 1 advertise, as I am sure of
SAFE AND POSITIVE CURB In the
shortest possible time, without Injurious
-" -fcO- JU.Y CUMKC3 Will DO SS IOTF
?2Sfnie coiiSdtntlovu. Bklllfalaad
PLACISa YQUK CASB ELSBWHESB.
PRIVATE DISFaiira
Newly contracted cases cured. AH
burning and Itching. Inflammation and
discharges stopped In 24 hours; cures
effected In 7 days.
Kidney Bladder and Pros
tatic, Diseases.
I cure all Irritation, frequent desire,
stoppage, pain In back, brick-dust sed
iment, scanty flow and catarrhal con
dition. .v PILES.
I cure, -rrithout operation, to 18 days
no detention from business; no acid
injection or ligatures used.
. RUPTURE.
I cure In a days, without operation
or hypodermic Injection. No use In
wearing trusses. My treatment Is
painless, bloodless and with no deten
tion from business.
Hum Treatiint-aftay.1
ferred. but If you cannot call at my
offlce write me your symptoms fully
and I will mall you a complete set of
Improved symptom blanks. I make no
charge for advice or dlagnosfnir your
case. Hundreds are cured by my Im
proved methods of home treatment.
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