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CONDITION OF BOXERS IS GOOD DISCUSSION OVER WEIGHT.
JOE GANS AGREES TO WEIGH IN A LIGHT RING COSTUME. COMMUTERS BEAT FRESNO MEN CLEVERLY. ntSILTS OF GAMES. Cafclr«iz<% -4; Fresno, ft. Pcrth^i;, 4; }-an Praaciseo, 1. sTixcivc o:- run clubs. ivS^T \u25a0• ' • ;Vaa - Lo * t - p<?t lorr.ta.l 77 35 -•\u25a0Tn t.<anr^ct» <>..> 43 5^ 5 ;t« . A:;..f .->.;..- «4 [533 :Tt , •' — : 5T g6g 6 •*« -' \u25a0•\u25a0'-;« '--J \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0•\u25a0-. « 45 74 .376 ;.'>v-.a J .... .„.,; 43 T7 3;4 :. T:,<e- tair-eni^i s go. .o-ether at Idora Park "-yest^rCxv ar.cl put up an article of .b&U'.thtt cor.ptr<?r; favorably with tb«:bnus4 serve! to J:e ."aUhful for the \u0084past . morlth. Th?- rt-jcous voice of Brick Devereaux wm a Teatuve, as of •old.' "In" &<ldition th*re -vrerc catches \u25a0 ty the -"Fresno o-itSeld that bordered on .t'oß..s?r.EßMor.al. VTolters' handling or" \u25a0.Srr.iU.Vs .Hy after he had misjudged ;rt>nd McL-ausilin* or?e-hand€d catch »f *4in<> drive that Ka'.;v sent over his . li-ead- .in "the- elffhth were of an order : rcJdom reen hey. Ozl;;and v.'on by a ; retire -.of 4" to 0. The score: y: ' '"'\u25a0 •;\u25a0., • ' FCESXO. : ... Aii. il. ZH. SB. PO. A. E. /^lorle.. c. f lll l «. y 6 4 0 0 \u25a0SVV.Ite.-s. .t, t -... & 0 1 0 2 0 0 .-rw*y« 2b..: ...4 o 1 (1 5 2 0 1 f;«r-n. *•» 2001130 I. f J (1 1 o 5 o « .'Hetaoia: 4 o o A 0 1 0 ;;"*r:*TUii(. •Ib 4 o 1 0 7 1 1 Kopaa. •v-. .".... 2 <t o O 0 2 0 \u25a0 ;«v i riisil." -p .. . a o O 0 0 2 1 T<tal»- ;^ 04 1 2i 11 2 : :• •. " OAKLAND. . . . ' . AX. i<. JH. SB. PO. A. E. . *BfltlL: T.t 4 ri i 6 0 0 0 vafl. : Ha]rrea> c. f... 4 «• « 0 1 0 0 :K:r>i«T."i. t ..•.«"... 4 1 2 0 1 1 o iieiiasuller. lb :t o a 1 14 2 0 Viiilp*. «- • 4 1 1 O 4 0 0 :.i»:*^TTirt\. 3b 3 0 O 0 1 3 0 ;«aJer.- 2li :« ' 1 2 1 4 6 0 \u25a0rr«j:cks. .». s 1 0 O 0 1 3 0 •«irk"iiam, p "..3 0 0 0 1 4 O .'..afts.M. f 1 1 1 0 0 0, 0 1 . " To.iils *..?.f> 4 9 2 27 19 1 " \u25a0 Hf.NS AND HITS BY IXXINGS. Irefj.a' .....<> o o O it 0 <> o o—o0 — 0 i>-x*<> bits iflrtllOOl O—4 c>*kl*i»<! . ." . . . o o O 1 0 O 2 I • — 1 Jja«- --hit 5...... <\u25a0• 1 f' 2 1 1 2 2 •— 8 ST->!>lAn\. \u25a0 Tkr»e-b*»* h!r» — tfi '<•)-. K""-er. Racrtflce hits I—lJcpan.1 — IJcpan. Franvk?. TYcirtr*. F!r*t base on called .btllSr-rOS- Hall 4. -ft C.-»j*:a 5. Struck out — F.y Orkham 4. D.rj-.ii r pljij-s — rrancki to Haley \u25a0 to : -.H«itniuIler: I)eTer<raux to Heltmnller to \u25a0 -Franrt*. • Time cf £ .at — I liocr 45 niinctes. :Cfppir<- — Perrlne. PORTLAND GIANTS TAKE THE SEALS INTO GAMP. PORTLAND. Aug. 2S. Portland won Ur- first jrame of the series which ehould. decide in a measure the outcome of the race for - the pennant. San Francisco was prevented from scoring in the fourth by a lightning double play from Gum to Donahue to Lister. The Seals' 'would not have scored if .Mitchell had held Moh'.er's high fly. The Beavers hit Williams in bunches and scored all their- runs in two innings. Pirke W'ileon was put out of the game for ragging at Umpire MahaffeVj The . afcore : ' PORTLAND. AB. R. BH. PO. A. E. Mcßa>. c. f 4 1 1 0 0 0 sweeopy. •. « ...3 1 1 4 2 0 Mttrhell. Lf 2 0 1 3 0 1 •MrCr»e«le. r. f '. 2 0 O 1 1 0 KmirjE. .1b 2 1 1 0 6 v Moore, -b - 2 1 0 3 1 0 Dbsahae.'c 4 0 2 5 2 0 fJaccc, 3 b 4 t» 1 11 0 o '".cm,' p..' ' 3 0 10 3 1 : TottU. .-. 2*5 4 S 27 16 2 •;: SAN FRANCISCO. .." " \u25a0 • " • AB. R. BH. PO. A. E. •pen'cer. c. f 4 « 0 2 0 1 CVJwfier. «. *.; 4 <"> 0 0 4 0 Vqfelcr 2b 4 1 O 4 S 0 3t!«iebrenfl. 1. f 3 O 1 1 O 0 \u25a0rtrl.n-; .Sb 4 0 0 0 0 0 William*, p.i 8 0 0 O 5 0 ,V»:thonr. r. f S 0 2 0 0 0 tp>g. c S 0 0 4 4 0 Vilsm. IB 10 0 6 0 1 \u25a0Irown. Jto-. 2 0 .0 " 0 0 Tm*»» .:' 31 1 3 24 16 2 RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS. ".*n TriMiclfcco 0 0000000 I—l1 — 1 Bfc«e lilt* 0 10 10 0 0 0 I — 3 Portland- -...-•.. 0 0 o'2 2 0 O 0 s — \u2666 Base hits O O 0 2 8 3 0 0 x—Bx — 8 ' SUMMARY .\u25a0 Struck oat— By Gum 2. by Wllliama 8. Base* ««• bajli«— \u25a0 Off Gnm 4. off WUliama 5. Two >a«e bit— Mitchell. TLree-base bit— Smith. T>ouble plar — Gum to Donabue to Lister. Sacri fice t!t»-— Moore. MrCreedle. Stolen base*—Mlt rnell. HHdebrand. Monre. Smith. Hit bT pitched *all— Mitchell. Williams. Waltboar. First base r>a rrnr i — Portland 1. San Francisco 2. Wild ?''tttb—*3am. I>eft on bases — Portland S. San Yan<-iw* «. Time of game — 1 hour 35 minutes. rin plre— Ma ha ffe j-. \fl*oß-Gont Excursion. ' Special Pullman train to Goldfltld will letre f«rjT depot 10::!0 p. m. Sept. 1 orer Fontteru Tftflc. . RrturnlKS. leire Goldft»l<l 11:30 p. ra. Kept. 3. M«abeie ofpartr may oecupr tleeperi irfcH« in CoiAfleld. Those wishing loncer *taj •««t return any -train up to Sept. 10. InchulTe. «*ojM>rer returning ta«r be tad at Lake Taiioe. l*nr rates from California points— fljtafl* «f ionthern Pacific agent. From Oakland. Berkeley, \u25a0 Vlstaeda. San Francisco, round trip. $27. • Rain Prevents Trotting Races. . READEVILLE, Mass., Aug. 28.— The trotting, races today were postponed until tomorrow because of a heavy track.- : . ...:' Good Tfalns* At = Leonhart'B restaurant and cafe. 13M-133* Flllroor« street. Concert 6 to i;p. m.- Ladies' srrill upstairs. FIGHTIIfO OPITTM CTTESE.— HonpkonF, An*. Tbe Anti-Oplura l>af«e ha» bees formed \u25a0^i.-Honm-to co-operate with the Csnton leagte rb*re wa* ea enonnou* attendance trmijftt nt tbe jTkenlsc meeting of the new organisation. pf/rs CORRECT VLjfMADEBYROSS% §JTJMJD£BY 8.05S %€? 'T'S C 0^ C T J \MioOxbex fi I H ' This i* my Leader — and you E fi to'uMnt g&t a better, suit for L H ..'s3s or ?37.50 anywhere else. R • H \u25a0" "Fabrics- Gun Metal Gray or H I € $^^§£Q 8 .« "•\u25a0 VanNeit Avenue g |S 'At McAllister it. sir,fr»rvtitco. m Gold Held fight promotion committee at the arena tn which IVelson and Gans will meet next Monday to decide the light weight championship. Top row, left to right: J. J. McKewn, W. A. Ingalls, W. C. Stone, A. D.Meyers, D. Sullivan. Middle rows Webb Parkinson, M. P. O'Rarrell, Jas. P. Kane, Ben Rosenthal, J. D. Lathrop. Front row: K. L. Woodward, U. M. Sullivan, Ole Elliott, Tex Rickard, H. T. Bragdon, J. P. Sweeney, John Donnellan. .... .. \u25a0 • . '\u25a0 :" ' Novel Question of Weighing In Disposed of by Principals. Edward Clarke. GOLDFIELD, Aug. 28. — Worry was the word in Goldfield today and to night. The anxiety began \vith George Siler's morning visit to Gans' camp and ended with a late night meeting of the fight .club which resulted in an agreement settling the question of weighing in for the Gans-Nelson cham pionship battle on Labor Day. 7 . The point at issue wa% whether or not under the Queensberry rules, the men should make the ringside weight in the buff or in fighting togs. ( The compromise permits Gans to climb-the scales with protecter and his "own kind" of shoes. This is a little' under my contention of last night and Silers construction of the Twelfth article of the Queensberry rules which makes the London prize ring govern the weighting in full fighting togs including the mitts. . _ .. . . .... . __;> '\u25a0\u25a0_\u25a0 . \u25a0.\u25a0 The story went out that Gans would persist in weighing stripped and that he would not fight at three o'clock as provided in the articles of agreement. The three o'clock weight and the call in the articles for a three o'clock fight has been one of the "bugs" that the Gar.? supporters have pretended to find in the conditions made by the wily No lan for the battle. They say that a man can't do two things or be in two places at once. The understanding now is that the weights shall be made and the fight started on schedule time. It has been advertised that Nolan dictated the ar ticles that were drawn and signed and that Siler'was his choice for referee. Siler punctured a couple of holes in the articles covering the points which Gans' manager has heretofore con tended were in favor of the Dane. On the agreement that the fighters should break at the word of the referee Siler. convinced Nolan that there might be situations in the clinches after a daz ing blow was delivered where the referee's word might not be heard, and the' laying on of hands to force a break would not only be popular with the spectators, but in accordance with a referee's prerogative In conducting a fair contest. •' In another point of the articles, stip ulating that the man who knocked the other down should retire to his corner, Slier convinced the Dane's manager that prizerlng ethics would only re quest that the man who delivered the telling blow should step behind his victim. . . The club meeting was a secret one. Slier, who as referee was examined, would tell nothing of the proceedings. Nolan was summoned and stuck to his propositions only far enough t.o meet the other side half way. After the meeting was in progress, with a crowd surrounding the meeting place, Gans and his Goldfield manager. Larry Sulli van, were admitted to the inner pre cincts. On the outside, besides the anxious press representatives, were Ben Selig. reputed San Francisco manager of the black champion, and Frank Mc- Donald, his trainer. The "wirelegs" .messages from, within told of a wrangle, with the Inexperienced mem bers of the club exchanging words with men 'keen -to the game. Once or twice during the proceedings Ole El liott drifted out with— a red flush of anger that. betrays the hot head who stands for no argument that does not meet the point. Tex Rickard. presi dent of the" club, promoter of the .fight and the real one upon whom- Goldfield places its faith in the coming battle, came out with hair bedraggled and the first look of anxiety that I have seen THE^V SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY,, AUGUST 29,: 1906. on his face — and I know that he deals with a million worries. It is his first experience as a fight promoter. He won't worry so much when he knows the game. But I have an opinion that" in this instance he. "s going to deliver the goods. Tex was prepared before tonight's meeting to curse the whole pugillsitic crowd. He was even ready to draw down the for feits of the two fighters. Btand the triple amount of expense that the, club has been put to and order their camps out of town. After the the club had much to suppress and only the agreement of Gans for the weigh in tp give out for publication. The agreement is at the end of the follow ing statement from Billy Nolan: J • "We signed articles of agreement to make ringside weight. The Marquis of Queensberry rules declare/that ring side weight must be made with lighting togs on. Gans thought differently, and I finally agreed with him that both contestants should .weigh 133, ringside; with their fighting paraphernalia on, all except the gloves. And we signed the following: . ' " 'I will weigh on the scales with a pair of straps and a. pair of my own kind of shoes, that I must wear when I fight. JOE GANS.'' "'That is "satisfactory to me. \ \u25a0 "'BILLY NOLAN. . "'For . Battling Nelson.' " .-'\u25a0;. Ben Selig, the San | Francisco man-: ager of Gans, -is. here; and very in the preliminaries, in the betting and In the conduct of the Gans camp. He made two confessions to me today. One, that he had a contract to : take Joe East If Gans wins this fight, and an other that bets had been' made? in i the interest of. the" combined ,1 Gans man agement^all over, the country at even and odds* not worse ! than i ten f to , eight. On, the question of Gans managrement there is a story, yetvto.be told;, that reaches from Al Herford to, Larry, Sul livan—a story- between 'the ' actual manager 'i of the "colored, wonder and his Goldfield- financial agent. : f- ~ I . believe that V many : of . the recent plays from the I Gans camp and the a«^ sociated management \u25a0 have -been 4 made for the. purpose-: of vAoddi and getting an even-money s ';bet' on "a light where \u25a0 the I dope lfigrure». thg wel terweight champion as*- a- ;\u25a0 cinch ,f ;bet against the man' who was good enough m@Rm R. A. Smyth THREE FAVORITES SCORE BRACKETS AT SEATTLE. SEATTLE, Aug. 28.— LArgfe fields were the rule at The Meadows this afternoon, and three of the seven pub lic choices only stood the racket. The attendance was large. Graham rode two winners. After getting all the worst of the start in the opening two year-old scramble- Barney Schreiber's filly, Mrs. Matthews, finished a close second to the favorite, Dominus Arvi. Col Bronston, a 9 to 5 favorite.imade a gallop of the second, beating Black Gem and Jadora at leisure. ' Because of Tim Sullivan, having the mount Lurene ruled favorite for the third. She led to the stretch an^ quit. Dora I- downed Mabel Reed, going away at the close. Summary: First race, fire furlongs — Dominus . Arri won, Mrs. Matthews, gecond, Fairy Street third. Time.' l:ol W-- Second race, serrn ! furlonps — Colonel Brons ton won, Black Genr second, ladora third. Time, 1:26%.- \u25a0 " - \u25a0•'\u25a0'- .- \u25a0 -- . \u0084 \u25a0.-\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 • Third ' race, seren ' furlongs — Dora I iron. Ma bel Reed second, Lurene third. Time. 1:27%. ' Fourth race, six furlongs — Cousin Carrie won, Tackback second, Royal White third. Time, 1:13%. \u25a0 \u25a0 -•• \u25a0 \u25a0• >\u25a0.- - • \u25a0 - . , ' - \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 Fifth race, six furlongs — Willie Gregg ' won. Sue Christian second, St. Winif rede third. Time, IW,. ,- -y \u25a0 •-: \u25a0 . \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 •..:\u25a0\u25a0 Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth — Wood tborpe won. Bri«r Thorpe second, Lone Wolf third. Time. 1:47^. -\u25a0-\u0084.. .v •- .\u25a0 \u0084 , \u25a0 Seventh race, mile — Water Cure won. Lady Mirthful second, Storaa third. Time,; 1:40*4.'. to whip Jimmy Britt, and -who Is the only possible contender for the light weight championship.* . : Every; newspaper , representative in Goldfield today went to Columbia to see Gans work. The importance . of 'the delegation seemed; to have; sufficient, influence upon" Gans or his trainer to decide that j the : negro would not weigh again in publicnor^box In his exhibi tions. This seems to be another stall for odds. I am : at- loss to decide the outcome, but -in', my opinion the Balti morean looked * light, thin and weary eyed, although -^heTdld his punchlng bag stunt with- hls ! -usual cleverness.' • On. the professional side of thebench during- the* training :r: r stunt* was "Van Busklrk, .now/ a>miner .but • once;- a heavy-weight aspirant \ and the fellow who put . the 'cauliflower ear .! on > Jim Jeffries jln the ; early ; days jof 1 the cham pion's career.;; -Van"; is now .training Clifford ; for ; the v with Lun dle. He gave;me;an imitation of jwhat the main", event r, on K Labor - day ; ought to be. He believes ; that Joe Is as good a ; boxer ; as ; he' has ever, seen.' He i says Joe knows? Nelson's* plans of a : battle. He says manyjare- figuring on a flfteen round fighti and's that after that : point the.; Dane is- supposed to have the' ad vantage-^-;. '--I'-' "\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0'. -\u25a0'\u25a0^\u25a0'J-''' >''\u25a0 ~ *'\u25a0'.'\u25a0£ .-:*- v v- -"-'-'v ?'•\u25a0 He j says.r too,' that J Joe '\u25a0\u25a0 is one ; of the O'Brien' kind,"; who lean '\u25a0; shoot in a; mitt arid cut- the_other fellow up about; the face "and- eyesVand- beat, him into/sub mission". . HeT ! 'says>;that^if 'the ' flght goes more: than'i a dozen rounds Nelson will not;;be;ftrongi enough'; to' knock out 5 a ; four-year r 6ld kld: s -;v . . \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\ ; -\u25a0Van \u25a0-; Busklrk-; may be \ r i ght. : I ~ have my. .doubts. 5 .^IJHke: Batt's keenness work;." I,«belleve|hejdsr : af,huhdred i ,per cent better^ than iwhen ; he : fought \u25a0 Brltt, j and' 1 .1 think J that* If tthe; negro -roughs it withVhta' ln' ans«ighteenifootrr.rin^r he 'w.411 %go vupi against : : toughest game he ever, met : ln^ his \}lt e,V- Championship Fight the Subject of Much Animated Discussion. The approaching championship battle at Goldfield on Labor day between Joe Gans and Battling Nelson continues the one subject of dis cussion where sporting men congregate. Each boxer has a large following and his adherents can readily figure him. a sure, winner. The squareness of the fight is guaranteed by Tex Rickard and his associates, and their word is accepted in the matter. . A San Francisco sporting writer says in a paper other than that in which his handiwork is usually seen that he knows Gans has been offered $25,006 to lay down. This writer is one of the coterie which heard Fitz simmons say to Jeffries, "Hit me now!" when they fought in a tent out on Fourteenth and Valencia streets. Although the critics claimed the big fellow was a party to a fake with the Australian they insisted that he be selected to referee the Nelson-Britt fight at Colma. As guardians of the public welfare they should be more consistent: in their battle for right. BETTING WOULD INDICATE ANYTHING WRONG. If manipulators tried to fix the Goldfield fight the betting would change quickly ; and" would '\u25a0 expose the plans of ; the manipulators.^ It is conceded Gans should go into the ring a favorite. If a killing were planned there would be such a. flood of Nelson money as to send him up to strong favoritism. If the odds switched to such an extent as to make Nelson a one to two choice the sturdy men of Goldfield who- are promoting the fight would wanta satisfactory explanation. This would have to be forth coming quickly or'the man suspected of being in on the deal would learn something to his immediate disadvantage. • . SPORTS LEAVING FOR SCENE OOrF r THE BATTLE. Colonel Martin Brady. Harry Corbett, Frank Carf, Tim McGrath and other sports who are familiar figures at the ringside here at all big fights are ready for the pilgrimage to Goldfield. Small parties will go up each day this week, but the bulk of the delegation from this city will leave on the special train on Saturday. Some well-known city officials made reserva tions for this train, but- the unsettled conditions here may make it impos sible for them to get away. ' .;...' ; \u0084, ' ' , \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0-. ' -. . •; : . The great bulk 7 of the spectators will come from the mtermountain region There will be an outpouring Jrom; the various mining camps which gives promise of running up a; record attendance at the ringside. IiATOS'IA ENTRIES. First race, one mile, selling— Globe Bunnej 06. Myrrh 06. Saljie B B 96. Sago 98, Sonny 98, Rubinon 9S, Osterman OS, D G Taylor 98, Adftsno 101, > Tbe Mate 101, Little James 104, Royal Legend 1«T», Paclflco 109. Lansdown 112, Salton 114. Kleinwood. 114. Second race, fire and a half furlongs. selling- Early Spring 103. v Tansyd . 107, Dr. Fran* 10T, Electorine 107, Zeria 10". Outcry 107. BusUthorp* 110/BoserrianllO. All Ablaze 110. \u25a0 ' \u25a0:•• Third race, one mile— T«rp 94. Terns* Eod 97, Coruscate 97,^ Don Domo 99. . Hector 92. Miss fourth race. S steepJechase. Clubhouse eonrs*— St. Volma 130,' Buttle Creek 130. Frank Me 133, Dunning 149, Blue Mint 149, l'rofltable 105. \u25a0 - Fifth race, six f urlong*. selling— Btella ; pieh burg 100. Uipple Mftrk .100. Mls« Kitty. 105, Alma Gardla- 105, Problem 105. Jen Latona 105, BelleTlew 107, - Belltoone 112, Esterre 112, Miladl Love 112. Optional 112, Inflammable 114. Fiasco 114, i BkII 114. Whoa Bill 117. "Otsegall.. i \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 Slsth ' race, one mile, selling— Sand 102. Cfcolk H#drick 102. Lady Jocelyu 10», John Garner 102, Chamblee 110. Monte 105, Neva . W elch 100, Ora Z 95, Brookston- 102.- J.I. Me. 105, Gay Boy 103, . Fannette 100. Don't You Dare 100. Man fred 103, j Jinv Beattie 100. \u25a0 . Inspector . Girl Rubs Second. . CINCINNATI. An*. 2S.— The faces at • La tonia »• today -. resultM «s follows: .- : :•\u25a0• <- -\u25a0-.'\u25a0'\u25a0>• \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 First- race.'-: one'mile-T Athena, woo. Sand Bath econci.'i Estrada iPHlma; thlrd.» Time. 1:43. \u25a0 ."Second race, six Jurlonßs— Frank Klesher won, Demo second, Bottle third. Time. -1:17 3-5. \u25a0 y*. Third '• rice* 'six * f urlongs— Sorreltop;' w6n.'. In spector Girl ' second,' Elude • third. Time ; 1 :18 3-5. -.- Fourth i race. < handicap, - seven . furlonss— John English • won,': Mfgs Doyle second, Miltiartes third. Time; 1:29 4-5. r- ' :. '.'*' Fifths race,*, n>erand ( a :half .furlong* — Warner Griswold won. Sainrida second, Mannorean third. Time.- 1:10 2-5. .:' ' •\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0:.-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-;: .-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-; -. : \u25a0• ••• Sixth '; race, f one i mile— Bed ; Coat , won, I Loretta H second, ; SUerrill • third. Time, •- 1 :43 1-5. f*S WEAK. MEN A^^lSr Let Me Guide You on Your Way jSk * to Regain Your Health and jflfc \&itesr Renew Your Strength fyVNv^.^.y Do-you feel that you are not the man you onca 9i were? Do you feel tired in the mornin? anrt A V^B^BUaasß^i easily exhausted? Is your back weak? la your \ \ memory failing? Do you have difficulty in flxin* V N M your thoughts? Are you losing ambition? If .\u25a0•\u25a0." -'.^r \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 »%\ -.u£ you have any or allot the abjve symptom*, you -.' - surftly do not desire to remain-so. Let me explarln Doctor Miles. to you my methods of rebuilding the .vigor of * : The Leadln- SDeclalist. men, and refer you to the thou^amts I hay«- t.»re«t. 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EXAMINATION FREE «m Willfas'to'ir": for my 1 offer not only FREE Cttsnltitlon «d »drl«. jmt nt e.-rf fee nntil I «ff»ct * cure:? ease that comes to me 1 will make * Carefiu Kx»<ninatV>n Could 1 afford to make and Dlasnosln without cbarse. >o alllns own ;h-«i!'t nvg.tet such an offer If 1 was not this opportunity to get expert opinion tN.ct hl« t^.uhle absolutely certain of car- If ywi cannot call, write for Dtajno. \u25a0 CU»rt. \lr «nie*ti m ins erery case I take? «pen all day (rom 8 a. m. to 0 p. m.. and Snrnlsy* fnmi li) to X TVri Jiyif I CC C.rA 1603 FILLMORE ST., COP. GEARY, UK. mlliEO CCX'U. San Francisco. Ca!. GALLAVANT SHOWS THE WAY HOME TO TIPTOE. SAItATOGA. N. T.. Axis. 23. — ilua- • larks had their call at the Spa course this afternoon. The track vc-as still muddy 'from yasterday's heavy rains. From appearances the going is likely t» remain heavy until Thursday, the last day of the meeting.. Th? Saranae han dicap, the feature evers-t of the card, de veloped-into a fwo-hars? affair. The field ori?r;nally contained seven hdrses. GaUavant was the choice of the talent, closing favorite at 4 to o. Tiptoe beat the barrier at the start and s<?C a red hot pace to the stretch. closely foMow?<i. by Gallavant. Here Miller-brought Gal iavsr.t up with a iruatl and. tak.nat the lead, stayed there far the rest of tha Journey and v.-ori easily hy-twi> lengths. The blue pencil r.-as also a Busy fac tor la the third race, for two-year-olds at five and a'half furl^n^a. . Out of the flsld of ' fifteen originally carded to' start but sis faced the barrier. Aus* • ust Belmonfs Rosenount was a warm choice la this event, going to the post a 9 to 10 choice, lie ic* all the wa> and won easily. Sumre'ary-. First race.. *is txi'.tmz* — Sft-Jtt— »o woa. 3*l * F»n *«"rond. Oakiaw.i . third. Tine. 1:1 K. £«-";wl race, on** tn!"e— >^ptra'in wm. Colonw B-»rt >tt seioatl. W refine third. Tim*. 1:43 4-3. Tulrd race. C»e and a l:a'f furlongs— Rosw tneust woo. Klllaloe spcoad, r.Io llrjml? tfclnl T^a«. 1:10. . - I'onrtiJ rure. the Saranv hamlit'ip. one mils and a fur.'oasr — (}*M*T»nt won. T'ptix? second. • Tlmr. 1 :SS 3-3. Two starters. Firti race, one mile — Cadlchon win. Corrijaa »e»rt2d. 1 To"cl Trta ttitrrt. Timp. 1:44 S-5. S^:t?i \u25a0 rac*. 6t<> »atf a half fur'.onf* — Olaraor won, SaKy X second. Kafas ttird. Time, 1:09. WIXDSOR SELECTI'»'S. By tie New Yori Morning Telesrajfl) First race — Felix Moazcs, Hert Om, Ko;2lsla Lulse. Second rare — SalTisa, 311.«s Marthn, niack Flasr. Tiilrd race — Solos 3Sln:lr. I.a t.onde,' Request. Fourth race— Fair . CalypJ»o, . Vonle Lnellle, Garret AVllson. . Fifth race — Cfaolk Hedrlck, Monte. I.ady Jocel yn. • . . . A . sixth - race— Oratrt^lan, - Embarniii* ' merit. Steel Trap. . *, V." eat her clear; track sood. lATOM.V SELECTIOXS. - ' Br tfce New York Mcrainjr Telegraph. - - " * . - .>-. \u25a0\u25a0&,*\u25a0 f } First race— Santoa, Klclntrooil, O.tter man. Second race— Dosserlam Itu^htlmrpe, Dr. Frank. • \u25a0 • Third race— Don Dunn. Hector. Mlm Doyle. Fourth race— Profitable. Blue .Mint, Dunn ins;. Fifth race— Potter. Mayor Johnsoa» Oak Grove. _ " : : . . Sixth race— Whoa Bill, Milady Love, . Optional. Seventh race — Strouil. .\mhrrlta. Ilar kelmorc. Weather clenri trade heavy. SEATTLE SELECTIONS. Dy Fred E. Mal&olland. First race — Lugano, I'nlt-nion, • Doe Craig. - • . ' Second *. race — Graasentter. Supreme Court, yilatr'u Pride. * - Third race — Pelham. KlnKthorpe, ?lr Doneal. Fourth race— Hl Canl Cap,* Expedient* Exapo. '-<•":' Fifth race— St. Wlnlfrede. Dora 1, Elba. Sl^th race— Salable. Rndahek. Sherry. . Seventh race — Fur j\ Ed Sheridan; CoL- Jewell. . WINDSOR E-VTRIES^ ; First race. sU fnrlons*. selllßZ-^-Soone't 90, Port Worth 92. KnfekerbocSer 82, Bart Oni 94.- TrEnAmltrration 97, Koenisen Lonise 9T, Miriam. W 97. Hattle TVatklns K. Onlerty W.- Priaceni Roynl 100. Armorer 102. Albala 102, Felix Xfot te» 104. Ralph Reese 106. . , Second race, five furlonjrs, seUio;;— \u25a0My Bessi* 03. Salvlsa 90. Mounrine 101. Sainzllla 103.- Mlsa Martha 103. Miss Cesarion 103. Eminola 104. Black Flag 105. Poster Girl 105." . . Third race, one mile — Wexfonl 120. BenTollo 100, Solon Shingle S». L« Londe 0(i. Ilarmakts 96, Request 91. Peter Panl SO. Restoration 81., (Wexford and BenTolio. Dealy entry.* Fourth race, sis furlongs, sell in; — Maureen 8», Miss Anxious 04. Dr. Burch' 96. Laeene 9S. Wool Soap 99. Lonpy 90. li«ws^s«a 101. Doras sett 101. Martha Cella 101. Minnie Johnsoß 101, Oak Gro-re 102. Malleable Hk:. Frank Bill 103. Weberflelda 103, Mayor Johnson 107. Potter 110.. Fifth race, six furlonfrs — Rubaljat B*s. s Awar 8«. Operator 101. Nonle Lucille 1«2, Sannybrook 103. J. W. O'Neill 10S. Prestige 104, Monte Carlo ' 104. Frank Collins 1»>4," Reticent - 105; Stoner Hill 105. Parkrille 10«. Fair Calrpsa 109. Garrett Wilson 117. Sixth' race, one and a sixteenth ml!(>«. selUnsr— \u25a0 » The Only War 101. Strum I 104. Hunah 106, Barkelmore 109. Mamie Algol 107. Fonsoluca 108. Amberita 112. Serenth race, one and a sixteenth miles. m!!< ing —^Tom Crowe 88. Steeltrap 92. Scarecmtr 94, Scalplock 95. Granada 9«. Oratorian 9H. Embar rassment 103, Dolinda 106. Benroliu l'i>. SE.\TTt.E EVriUEJS. First race, flre furlongs, sellinsr — Palemon 10*, Wapnarootis 109, Rousa IC6. Lassen 10«, Lo gano 109. Queen Aileen 10G, Doc Craig 101. Second race, flre furlong* — Supreme Court 100, Marie H 107. Sunmark 107. Mlstj'a Pride JOT. Meringue 107. Grasscntter 97. TWrd ra.ee. eleTen-stxteenth. sellinz — Tra;> thooter 107, Sir Donjral 107. Macene 107, Lady Nlaora 107. Hobson's Choice 107. Pelham 107, CameletU 105. Mabel Reed 105, Facts • 103. Kincthorpe 102. Fourth race, mile and one furlong, nellln? — Plckaway 107. Royalty 107." Exapo 107. Thad d«ns 107. Expedient 107. Silurian 107. HI Caul Cap 107. Virginia Boy 107, Suburban Queen 10J. Anlrad 102. Canejo 100. Fifth race. seTen furlons*. selling — Bert Ar thur 110. Fact Wayne 107. SpondoolU 107,;- Georse W. Tuthlll 107. St. Wtnlfrlde 103. Mon tana Peeress 105. Holly Bercy 105. MaxettA 103. Dlxelle 105. Elba 105. Pachuca 105. Dora I 100." - Sixth race, mile and one-sixteenth, handicap— r Salable 109. Rudabek 107, Sherry 106, Bomttar dier 102. Kenova ICO. Se-»enU» race, on* mlje. selllns — Ed Sbertdaa 111. Fury 107. Du#lls< 103. little Butterenp 102 s Maxtress 101. Frank Fllttner 93, Colonel Jew ell 93. 7