t THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1903.
and Dolan's single. The name was a full power to go ahead and lcn the a ball player, and have never tried to under- ranged for the regular cards, will prove
pitchers' battle between Hahn and Garvin, strongest players he could land. His work
the former having a little the best of the owners. been satisfactory to the local
argument. Attendance. 1.305. Score:
Duffy successfully captained the Boston
nine from 1SS6 until 1901. when he signed
to manage and captain the Milwaukee
rate his ability. Fast of foot, a sure- catch,
a hard sticker, when he Is rlcht. and the
possessor of a quick mentality. Brain ought
to be om of the leaders In the National
League. This year has certainly been a bad
one for the speedy Bison, but he should and
- attractive to the swimmers of the various
clubs in tho city. These races will be
for all comers.
A novice race will be carded at each
meeting. These meets will be fortnightly.
PARKS FOLLOWERS WILL NOT ENDORSE ST, JOSEPH'S Bl
ponlln. If.. J 0 Strati. Sb. 3 1 0 probably will do a ercat deal belter next
Dolan. rf.. 4
u 0 0 Sheckard.lt 4 1 1
0 0 Dobbs. cf.. 3 1 1
team, then a member of the league. When
Milwaukee transferred Its franchise to St.
season. THE QUESTOR BEATS NORRIE IN FULL CONTROL. ONION'S PROTEST, SADLY MUDDLED.
liwklry. lb 4 0 1 Dojle. lb.. 4 1 13 Louis he remained with the 'Wisconsin Umpire Moran. who Is hindllne the Indicator IN A T CONTEST. FIVE-HEA-
PeArmM.Sb Z 1 0 Dablen. .. 4 1 3 team and was retained as manager. Mil- in the Cardinal cames at present, was a
Dalv. 28... 4 : J) Gessler. rL 3 1 3
o 2 waukee won the championship of the spectator at the recent game for the bene-
Oorroran. s 4 4 FIooJ. b.. 1 American Association this year, which fit cf Father Tracy's parish. Mo.an was
ivitz. c 3 2 0 Jackllt!ch.c 4 1 4
caused the Philadelphia management to
Hahn. li... 3 1 0 Garvin, p.. 4 0 0
secure Duffy to succeed Charles Zimmer. very much Interested In ths work of nines, Judges and Crowd Disagree Over Re-
Total .. 34 ST 10 1 Totals ...34 8S 13 2
a local Ud. who twirled for the C B. C
team, and after the flirt Innlne cf the same mit of One Rent In 2ilD Trot-Favo- rite New York Walking Delegate De- Executive Committee of Ameri- Expert Accountants Declare
AHHO.A.B. CIIIC4.no 7, BOSTON 4. moved oer to the press box. where h could the Winner. clares President Buchanan can Federation Refers ililler
Two out nhen winning run scored. watch lllnrs' a delivery to better advantage. That They Found Numerous
C nrlrnati 0 0 0 "6 0 1 0 0 1- -J
Extra Bane Hits by Home Team Will Be Deposed. Controversy. Irregularities- -
1! uoklyn , 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 01 Profit Little. In tho first Inning nines fanned two of the
hits Dojrle 1, GesIer 1. Decfcley 1, Chicago, Sept. 21. Chicago won from Columbus. O., Sept. 21. The contest be-
All Professionals and kept up the good work
y- - itz 1. Donlln 1. Ftolen bates Mrang 1. Boston a featureless game. The until eleven of them were retired on strikes.
tween The Questor and Norrle, in the 2:13
Jheckard 1, Dolibs 1. Doyle l. leltz 1. Double After the game Moran expressed the opinion
trot, was the feature at the Grand Circuit
ilay Jacklltsch and Dahlen 1. llase on balls visitors made all the hits for extra bases that Hlnrs has the material for a great pitch- 7iJ
Off finnln 3. off Hahn 2. U'ft on bases-Onclr.- but they amounted to but little against meeting er.
The race went to Ave I
10. lirooklyn J. Struck out By the "He has the proper physical qualifica-
heats and was won by The Questor, fa- INSIDE SHOPMEN ADMITTED. FAVORS MODERATE POLICY. CITY STARTLED BY REPORT. i
Hahn 6. by Garvin 3. Sacrifice hlt De
and singles1 hit at the tions, appears cool In the box, ha great speed
1. Hahn 1. Time of game Two hour. right time by the locals. Attendance,
and nice cure. and under a capable manager
vorite, who won first heat from Midnight
would develop into a great pitcher." said the
In a drive; lost next two to Norrle and
umpire. "His work reminds me of Wtlmer of
then. In a desperate whipping finish, won
"I fiTTsnuno 2, xmv york C2llC3KO.
Slagle. cf.. 3 2 1 0 0 Dexter, rf. S
the "Cubs. IJke the latter Hlne I one of the
the fourth and fifth heats and tho race.
Tew southpaws who have a free and graceful
The Judges gave Gray Gem the second
awing." concluded the umpire.
So AVItil That nalamrn Hare McUart'y.If 4 1 3 0 0 Tenny. lb.. 3 1
heat of the 2:1V trot, when the spectators This Will Double the Membership Members Believe That Organized Vouchers and License Stubs Miss-
Chance, lb 3 11 0 1 Abbat. 2b.. 3
out thought Ol had It clearly won. A protest
I.lttlc Chance. Jones, rf... 4 1 4 0 0 Cosley. If.. 4
George Tebeau. the Colonels' manager. 1
Pittsburg, Pa., Sept. 21. Few hits were Tinker, a.. 4 S 0 GrenVer. Sb 4 with the statement that In exchange for Ker-l- went up and then the ofilclals moved their n. of International Association Labor Should Take Less Ag- ing Kecords Incomplete and
mule because both pitchers were so wild Eer. 2b.. 3 Haul), c... S 0 0 McCre'ry.cr 4 Bohannon. OJwell. Kgan and Hill he will station to the outside cf the track and and Greatly Increase gressive Position on "Open Warrants
4 1 4 0 Morn. c... 4 secure major league players In return. Just there was no more trouble. Gray Oem Paid Without
the batsmen had little chanc. Attend-m- r. Taylor, 3b.. 3 0 0 0 0 Willis, p... 3 who Qeorge Intends to xet In the exchange he fight an
Aubrey, s.. 4 was y favorite, and had no
p.. 4 0 2 0
Carney ... 1 refuses to dltulge, stating that It would Injure after the second heat.
Its Power. Shop" Question. Mayor's Indorsement.
Totals ...32 10 27 11 1 the deal. Weather clear and cool; track fast.
!"lttbur. New York.
Touts ...23 S 24 12 Summary:
Alt iio.a K. AU.H O.A.Ii
Braum't. cf Browne, rf 0 0 0 Batted for Willis In the ninth. John Dobb of the Brooklyn was a good hit- fHe heats naclng. three in Ave, purse SlCGo;
hobrinc. rf 4 vanHalt.rr 4 1 4 1 0 Chicago 0 0 0 3 2 0 11 .. 7
ter, but a poor fielder when he came Into fast Nervolo. b.Wednesday s.. by Colbert (Hud-
31 . 4 BrrVhan.cf 2 company, but there has been a startling rever- son) 1 S 0 2 1 1
4 ' McGann. lb 5 0 19
Merles. If. 3 0 1
Boston 0 0 0 1 V 1 0 0 -4
Left on bases Chicago 5. Boston E. e
sal In his form, and he la now a star fielder, VVintlcld. stratton. Lr. s. (Mc- -2 1 S 1
Oulre) t 3
Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 24. Sam Parks
and his followers are now practically In
Washington. Sept. 2t. Indorsement of
St. Joseph. Mich.. Spt. 24. The report of
the expert accountants, who have been
llltchev. 2b Babb. .... 2 0 4 hits Tenny 1. cooley 1. Three-bas- e hits but not having any luck with the bat. Do)b
New Richmond, s. (Benedict)...
ilcCreery 1. ftolen bases Slasjle 1. McCarthy Is much llchter now than he ha been for Surfreet. oik. m.g. (Ecker)
V t) C S 3
urtlR. If. 4 Lauder. 3b 3 1 1 4 Z 6 3 4 ro control of the convention of the Inter- the protest which tho Central Labor working on the books of tho city under
Smith, r... 1 ;llbert. 2b. 2 1 1 1. Tinker 1. Icuble plavs Tinker. Chance. some time, and this no doubt helps him in Plnchem Wilkes, b. g (Kste")
lhelp. c 3 Warner, c. 3 1 s Abattlrhlo anil Tennv 1. Aruck out By Ta-l- chasing files, or
Council Chimes, blk h. (Snow). ...5 4 4 4 dr
6 S 4 S 5 ro national Association of Bridge and Struc- Union of Washington has sent to Presi the direction of Mayor John V. Starr, has J!
Scanlon. i. 2 Ames. p.. 4 0 9 2. by Willis 2. Bases on balls Off' Taylor Colonel Lccmls. b. g. (WHken)...T 6 Tdr tural Iron Workers. dent Roosevelt on account of his attitude astonished the citizens of this city.
Mar-ha- . 1 2. off Willi 4. Time of rame One hour and "Jimmy" Burke, the Cardinals' Jollsco. g. j. (McConnell) 3di hard-Mttln- g
Parks and his friends are reticent about toward trade unions In tho Miller con-
Total ...39 S27 11 1 thirty-fou- r minutes. Umplre-0"D- If he ha any lack in hi batting The period under investigation is from
itme Anfc. ;:V4i. zuv. :uu. ::'if4. .:(.&..
ay. thlrd-acke- r.
Total . . 5 8 3 agalmt the "Phillies" In the clowns series of 2:15 class pacing, two In three, purse lion saying what they will do with their power, troversy, will be withheld by the Execu- January 1. 1501. to March 31 last. The re-
Uatted for Scan!on In the ninth. llaxebnll Note. the year, will finish up close to the .Jto mark. Star Hal. br. 3.. by Hrnrcn Hal Cinou.) 1 1 but It Is claimed by the Parks element that tive Council of the American Federation port alleges th-i- t hundreds of receipts of 1
Strange as It may seem, nearly eery mem- Dolly carr, ch. m. (Valentine) 2 I
0 2 0 10 0 0 0 ooooioo
Thatcher, the Brooklyn' pitcher, la ooe of Pare Hal. b. s. (CeeM)
ber of the Cardinals is confident that the local the largest men on the slab.
Lady Bell Brook, br. m. iSnyder)
R. E. Neldlg. prustdent of the union of
which they are members In New York, and
of Labor and a less aggresslvjp position
will be suggested to the Federation Con-
vouchers for warrants issued by the
missing, the total amounting; to S2S.S3S.
- Barneil runs New York 1. e hlts- 1- National League will defeat the St. Louis
Liu Sphjnx. b. m. (Wilson) dls
ijmf v Curtl" 1. Brepnnhan 1. focrlflce der The "Athletics" will liave a beautiful Time 2:W'4, 2rts. Frank Buchanan, president of the Inter- vention when it meets in Boston in No- Paid vouchers amounting to nearly O
- American team In the lntercluo series, which
:9- K. stolen bases -- Beaumont 1. Seonnjr 2. war- to let next Thev might find a 2:19 c!as. trotting:, three In Ave: nurse S1.C00:
national Association, have been repudiated vember. show no approval by the Council, and
B' Tier I. Von Haltrcn l. Babb 1. t.iibert 1. Double begins October 2. readv sale for It in Boston, but Connie Mack Grey Gem. ro. g.. bv Dan Count
play Sebrine and 1, Bresnahan and
Irtlann 1. Bresnahan and Gilbert 1. rirst bae players 11111 try
la srenkin of the matter one of the Cardinal ha. hopes of flying another pennant before he
raid jesterday: before the retires from baseball.
hr- h 1 z - ,f--
Ill and will be deposed.
Parks says that Xeldlg was deposed be-
Confirmation of this decision was ob-
tained frcm two members of the
there Is no record of contracts for street
work aggregating thousands of dollars.
on balls Off Pcanlon S. oft Ames t. struck
out By Scanlon . b Ames'7. Time of same
Two hour and fifteen minutes. Umpires e
We to redeem ourselves
Ft. Louis public in this serte. and If the
Browns beat u I will be a. surprised man. fan ar berinnlng to call
The Parson, blk. c. (Colby)
On account of many defeat, the Pittsburg Almerlon. b. g. (Laird)
Laundry Boy. b. e. (Thomas) 7 C
fore In- left New Tork for the convention,
While the refusal of the American
Neither Is there verification of saloon
and Kmslte Kcrv man on our team Is going into this pitcher. "Mr. I.oseham." Wlnhatn. their new Brownie Wilton, b. h. (Hall 6 4 but that upon the return to New York of licenses nor of the fees collected. Hun-
rerles with the aowed Intention or doing his itontlcola. ch. h. (Critchentleld) S 7 their delegation decisive action will ba Federation to Indorse the resolutions of dreds of license stub." are missing, as are
1)1 KFY TJ 1IIXACE Tlin PHILLIKS. best, as thev know a victory over the Browns Poind-xt- b. e (Nlle) 5 dr.
will mean thlr restoration in the hearts of the Beaumont of the Pirates I the only player Hayoso. b. g. (McMalmn) f dls.
taken In regard to NIedlg. August 24 may be taken as a concession also l.OuO water stub.
fans. Our pitching staff, of course, does not In e'ther league I:o ha made 30J lilts
Victor. Jr.. blk. g. (Kstes) II) ills. on the part of organized labor, members
JIIlvwiiiI.oc Jinn Succeed. Cliarlesi come uo to the standard of the American Countess Alice, b. 111. (Ilea) 11 dls.
The convention and
de- Warrants paid by the City Treasury
.(miner nt Philadelphia. league 'pitching corps, but It is a cinch that The Senators are the Peter Habere of base-
ball. Thev generally put up a hot fight, but nme. ::I3U. 2:1m. ::iiu. ;:ii. voted Its time to consideration of the prop- of the local unions declare such is not the that do not bear the Indorsement of tho
our batters will even up thi score." 2:04 class, uacini;. tno in three: purse. SS00: case. The central bodies. In the strong-
EKPrnui- - spixmal Whether the Canlinal quoted a prophet or seldom win. 1
Harold 11.. b. k.. bv Koadmaster Geers) 1 1 osition to admit the shopmen to the asso- Mayor exceed J2.000. and there appears to
Philadelphia. Pa.. Sept. 24. Hugh Duffy, not remain to be een. but there Is some J.ntie mjuaw. blk. z z ciation, and routine matters. holds of labor organizations, continue to be no record of special assessments.
manager of the Milwaukee?, according to go into this series with more life and vimjrlll his retirement from Chicago pitcher, announces Edith W.. b. m. (Turner)
logic in his conclusions. The Cardinals
Jocks Menefee. the
the game. The old man Time. 2:061;. 2:08.
3 3 The delegates, after much discussion, adopt resolutions disapproving the Presi- The books of the Recorder show no re-
a dispatch received from Business Man- them than the Browns. Several of the Browns'
is a ffreat pitcher, and the Cubs will certainly 2:15 clas. trotting, three in Ave: purse. ISM: voted to allow the Inside shopmen to Join dent's attitudo on the subject of "open mittance for several months, while dis-
ager William Shettsllnc has been plaers have nere pretty season ana wm not they mles him.
wm not be next
definite Idea that
The Questor. br ir.. by Mambrlno
King (Geers) 1 1 1 the association. shop" and the result cannot be known un- bursement for loan and Interest on the
Klgned to manage the Phillies next year ert themselves. Every Cardinal plaer. on the IvILMI.KA WILL SOT PLAY. Norrle. b. g. (Shank) 3 This is something new In trades union- til the administration meets the question city debt has been made without the au-
In place of Charles Zimmer, released. The otrer series, he sure that If he can make good In
will get a thorough trial next
Midnight, blk. h (Cox) 2 4 4
ism, and Indicates that there will be com- at the polls. thority of the Council.
new manager shortly will pay a visit to spring. On paper the Browns look to hae a Boston Owner Rejects Players' Pro- Walter Smith, blk. r. (Valentine). S 3 3
posal of Pro Rata Basis.
Stockton, b. g. (Caldwell) 6 7 5 plete affiliation by Inside and outside men. It Is said by members that the unions
thin city to discuss the situation and ar- cinch, and aIf prophet there above be many turns
out to be
Pat Ford. ch. r. (Kenton)
Dick M.. b. g. (McDonald)
5 7 This action will more than double the will not ask the adoption of any resolu-
range for plans for next year. prised people In St. Louis. SERGEANT SMITH INJURED
Zimmer was signed to manage the local Boston. Mass., Sept. 24. Notwithstand- Marrle V.. b. m. isnreenv)
Poteen. 1. h. mavis)
.;... 4 dls.
dr. membership of the international associa- tions pledging nonsupport of Roosevelt,
National League Club early this year upon Davy Brain will line up In the Philadelphia ing that Mr. KHHlea lias wired his rejec- Time. 2:1IU. 2:- 1- 2:ll!i. 2:12. tion. but the Interests of union labor as It Is
the recommendation of S. Barney Drey- - series, which berln at League Park tion of the terms upon which the mem- It is generally believed by the delegates concerned with national pol't'cs will be Hurt While Protecting Children
luss of the PlttsDurg Club. He obtained Kven Brain's enemies admit that he is bers of the Boston American baseball BOWLING. that President Buchanan will be defeated clearly defined before the election. Mem- From Runaway Horse.
team proposed playing a series with the :f he allows his name to go before the bers of the local commtttee Of bookbind-
Pittsburg Nationals, It was said by base- nRCCRISTS LEAGUK. ers, which ha4 had charge of the cam- Sergeant George Smith of the Seventh
paign against Miller, have received an in-
still a possibility of the games being
that there Is Moflltt-Wes- ts 4, Merrells 1.
There Is much routine work berore the
timation of the action which Is to be
District Police' was injured yesterday af-
Two games of the Druggists' League were convention, and the election will cot take ternoon in an unsuccessful attempt to
played. The members of the local Ameri- bon led last eenlng on the Roal and Crescent place for several days. taken by the Executive Council, but no capture a runaway horse at Grand and
can team are bound by contract with alleys, the lloflltt-We-t- s winning all but one one of them was willing to discuss it. It Gravot avenues.
Wii.,sra ? vki-o- .
Killilea until the team is sold or the captured the Wit
game in former alleys, while the HnJerle-- s
WILL CHECK ALL BUILDING. .is declared, however, that they are satis- The horse evaded the Sergeant and ran
all one game from the
EVER RESTED players are released.
The players' proposition was to consider
on the Crescent alleys.
Kllppel aeruged best for the
the owner as a member of the team on a maklnsbeing his of 22t tocompetitor. P.- - 223 the
MofTett-West- s, Experts Say Parks's Victory Will
fied with the programme.
MAT REQUEST A HEARING.
This Is construed to mean that the con-
to Gravols and Arkansas avenues, where
It collided with a telephone pole with
such force that It wns instantly killed.
To be tired out from hard
exercise is natural and rest is the remedy, but
work or bodily 7? a basis. He refused to consider
anything but a flat f,
the team, and gives free use of his park.
Mm and Doctor Uhderle wer best for the
as he owns scores : averaging 37 and 233 respectively. The
J. S. MnitRELLS.
New York, Sept !. By the victory of
troversy has been placed absolutely with
th American Federation, and It is be-
The horse was hitched to one of the
American Mineral Water Company's de-
livery viagons. Driver Frank Anslinger
had left the animal standing unhitched
there is an exhaustion without ph3-sic- exer- Business Manager Smart refused to dis- Arzraan Name. M. 1 2 3 4 S Tl. Av. a lieved that the outcome will be a request in front of a saloon whore he was deliv-
17 4J W M 43 47 2C ii Sam J. Parks berore the convention of the on the part of the federation for a con- ering a case of water. The horse was
tion and a tired, never-reste- d feeling a weariness cuss the matter, but bolleves that any Bchlueter .. 2 CO 34 41 2j 45 35 1S4 ZS National Association of Bridge and frightened by a passing street car.
men and the man- HrueKgeman. 4 2( W 32 47 47 34 219 43
3 4; B 213 43 ference with the President.
without work that is unnatural and shows differences between the 6
Kline i 40 4 5 Structural Iron Workers at Kansus City. Tha President, it was said had School children were crossing the street
some serious disorder is threatening the health. One of the chief causes of agement wJH be settled amicably. l'assmore ... 3 33 M SI 39 2S 212 42 5
it is estimated that there will be fewer ahead of the .horse and Sergeant Smith
not asked for a conference on the ques- fear"(i they would be Injured, He ran out
that "Alwavs-tired- . condition" is impure blood and bad circu
BOXING GAME TO RESUME
Totals .IS 173 214 211 221 222 193 1078 43 bull ling operations begun. In this city the tion, but had given a labor leader, pre- in front of the animal and attempted to
lation. Unless the body is nourished with rich, pure blood there is lack of
MOFFirrr-wnsT- s. coming winter than there have been for sumably John Mitchell, to understand that grab the bridle. He failed and fell. His
Nome. I.'. M. I 2 3 4 T'l. AV.
many jcarsi. light ankle Was severely sprained and
nervous force, the mus- - p6r overoat yeart x suffered wlth genarft, dBbilH7, IN EAST ST. LOUIS CLUB. Delktskamp. 3 27
Heritage . .. 5 53
3C 46 4C 52 43 223 41 5 he would grant a meeting If they should the wheels which parsed over hi legs and
26 40 2 S3 35 ll 33 5
Rxpert builders said It would
request it. body bruised him. Doctor Upshaw, who
cles become weak, the di- - causing a thorough breaking down of my system. Mr Heersun .... 17 48 72 41 43 232 50 3
Woehrleln ... 9 19 41 58 37 62 43 Ml 4S make at least $20,000,000 difference In the James W. Daugherty Of New Tork. sec- attended him, stated that it will be sev-
gesuon linpaireu, a lid cousin, who tried been benefited by B. S. heartily me
htd S., told Kllppel 7 14 57 45 55 47 37 224 44
Insurance record, and there would be no eral days before he will be ablo for duty.
3Igeneral disorder occurs commend i S. S. it all who my fel the need of a
and it eured me. I re- -
retary of the International Union of Book-
S. to ClirU Ward Will Bring; JaclC Keere Totals 33 130 SX 239 239 211 201 1126 45 great resumption until Parks and his men binder?, who laid the matter befote the
uie svstenl thoroughly good blood tonic Yours truly, ami llllly Hnbrr Together in an are finally conquered. Executive Council yesterday, has waited GRAND JURY TO CONVENE. I
Debility, insomnia, ner-- 44 "W. Ninth St., Columbia, Tenn.
MK8. JOSIE A. BKITTAIW. llight-Honn- il Hoot. Enilerle .4, Ell I.lllles 1. Some of the buildings projected which, nt his hotel all day Tor some response,
Name C. SI. 1 2 3 4 5 Tl. AV. it is said, will not be begun this coming but was not called Into conference. It H
vousriess, indigestion, Davenport .. 3 47 33 32 23 2J 13 191 Investigation of Boodling Cases
dyspepsia, loss of appetite, strength and energy, and the hundreds of little W. Mchnleder 4 19 43 30 34 36 33 189 37 5 winter, are the New Trinity building at understood that he will meet with the
Boxing will be resumed in East St. Louis Pcbeu 5 56 3) 27 21 24 151 3 5 No. Ill Broadway; the Hotel Brunswick, council forenoon and will then Will Probably He Resumed.
ailments weoiten nave are due directly 10 a Dad con- next month. Chris Ward, manager of Jack rteu 4 If 48 tl W 55 63 27S 55 5
dition of the blood and circulation, and thequickest
way to get rid of them is b3' purifying and building
ICeeXe, having closed a deal for the lease
of the McCaslahd Opera-hous- The in- e.
s 27 50 54 4j.'s z a& 41
21 183 206 212'aJr .555 5il IKS 41
to cost 13.000.000: a hotel at Sixty-thir- d
street and Central Park West, to cost
the John R. Drexel, James A. Bur-
return to New Tork.
Mr. Daugherty was seen nnd
asked for his views as to the outcome of
The Grand Jury will convene next Mon
day after the summer vacation and several f
up the blood, and for this purpose no remedy equals itial battle will be fought October 8, when Xame. C. II. 1 2 3 4 S Tl. Av. the controversy. He declared that the at- matters of importance will be taken up.
P. ichnleder 8 20 44 42 44 57 50 227 47 S den and J. H. Hammond homes, the com- When the adjournment was taken In July
S. S. S.. which contains the best ingredients for Keefe and Billy Ituber will meet In an Heli&e 4 53 22 39 40 2 33 172 34 bined cost of 'Which will be J1JM0.000; the tention attracted to the case was far be-
go. Peltz S3
yond tbe anticipation of any members of several boodle cases that were being1 in-
cleansing tbebloodandtoningupthesystem. It is a vegetable blood purifier eight-roun-
As a preliminary, Young Baker of East Nay
3 22 53
5 58 39
projected theater at One Hundred and
his union, and that the notoriety had
vestigated had not been completed, and
nnd tonic combined, that en riches the blood, and through it the entire system St. Louis and Kid Noonan of Buffalo will
Dr. Cnderle. 4 21 47 52 43 37 58 225 47 Twenty-fourt- h
stret and St. Nicholas prejudiced the cause of labor In a manner Circuit Attorney Folk desires to renew the
is nourished and refreshing sleep comes to the tired, body. never-reste- Totals 24 lit 2lT 2C0 209 199 228 1030 42 avenue, X2,0C); Longacre Square Hotel, Inquiries.
bout at 118
come together in a six-rou-
$700,000; the loft building on the Bite of he deplored. The question Mr. DaUghetty
tHESWiFTSPEC'FtC CO., ATLANTA, GA, pounds. A battle royal will also be carded. desired to make clear was that the Inter- More than 100 routine cases are awaiting-th-
Mound Cities ft, Meyers 2. "Old London streets," to cost tl.COO.OCO, and Investigation of the Grand Jury. Tha
Huber has often fought In this city and Is In the game on the Acme alleys betneen the national Union has always frowned upon
well known here. Mound City Paints and thn Meer Brothers, thu about $10,000,(XW In miscellaneous buildings. cliy Jntll is crowded with prisoners whose
former team won match,
the odd lirenner and suggestions Of strikes among Government cases have not yet been Inquired into.
Jack Keefe has appeared In several bat- Rum totalled best for the winners, while llel-bl- g employes. The Grand Jury's final report will ba
tles before the West End Club, his chief and Illitz showed the best form for the TEXAS AND UNCLE SAM made to 'Judge Douglas pf obnbly on Oc-
round with a left hook to the jaw. He losers. The score: LABOR MISREPRESENTED.
won from Billy Trueman and several other MOUND CITt PAINTS. tober 3. The October Grand Jury will be
For Weak Men fighters at the institution and fought ah C. M. 1 2 3 4 5 Tl. Ave. DISPUTE OVER TERRITORY. "The international Union," he said, "hits impaneled on October 5 by Judge Taylor,
d draw with Young Scotty. Stocken 9 34 44 23 23 32 39 177 33 5
refused from the first to sanction strikes who will change places with Judge
The affair will be the first match pulled Uascom 5 32 (4 36 28 46 24 3)8 41 5 Douglas. Judge McDonald will preside in
Nles 8 28 37 50 33 53 38 211 42 In Government offices. That would not Division No. 9 and Judge Ryan will go
oft on the East Side since the battles
4 I --
i OR ALL AGES.
be strong! Ti To feel young again!
fought at Brooklyn between local fighters.
Ward announces that other fights will fol-
low immediately and that he has a go for
Andy Walsh In prospect. He i3 thinking
Kunz .........11 28 41 Z8 42 51 44 216 43
9 28 67 33 52 39 37 22U 44
.42 150 243 192 194 271 183 K8J, 41
C SI. 1 2 3 4 5 Tl. Ave.
Each Claims Land tin Galveston
Islrihll null Cotlrt Flcht
be allowed, no matter what the outcome
of the controversy. Neither have threats
been made against the administration.
From the first, our position has been mis-
back to the Courthouse to hear civil cases.
STABLES AND SHEDS BURN.
of sending him against Andy Stevenson rtlltz 6 33 28 48 28 S3 29 190 21 5
To reallxe tho Joyous sparkle of nerve if the latter wan'.i to the ring. er
life as It Infuses the body with its glow- He also stated that he would try and Angermueller
7 46 21 20 33 53 28 183 37
7 38 43 33 83 36 31 J79 35 5 REPUBLIC SPECIAL "It is true that we disapprove of the at- Fire Causes Damage of ?I,000 to
secure Tommy Sullivan Tor a fight upon Moxter 9 33 37 47 3 41
ing vitality; to feel the magnetic en- the latter's return from Kansas Herr-ina-City, Helblc 1 21 50 41 36 58
46 5 Galveston, Tex., Sept. 2l.-- An Interesting
titude of President Roosevelt on toe ques- John Avenue Property.
thusiasm of youthful energy; to be where he is scheduled to meet Kk n
contention has arisen between the United. tion of organized labor as shown by his
October 2. Totals 30 174 211 198 176 221 192 SSS 33 5
letter reinstating Miller, but we have been Fire which started in a barn in the rear
and full of Joyous States and the State of Texas as to the
Impulses; to be free front spells of de- Billy Trueman. well known locally, PniXCETOX HAS MUCH NEW TALEXT ownership of land on the eastern end of dons an Injustice In the comments made of William A. Garvin's home at No. 4311
spondency, from, brain wandering, from figured In a finish fight, conducted In the Galveston Island, upon which the State as to our plans of defeating; the Presi- John avenue last night at 9 o'clock spread
Vn rally Tenm Repntsed Time nnd dent's purpose. to a stable and three sheds before the
the dull, stupid' feeling; to have con- heart of Jew York, last Monday evening. Asdlu In Pracilce With Scrubs. quarantine station Is located.
fidence, and the admiration
The affair was pulled off within a stone's TtETUBLtC SPECIAL. The State contemplated making repairs "I cannot say what percentage of organ- flame's were extinguished, and caused
of men and women. Such is the wish throw of a police station and was with to the quarantine station, and was notified ized labor will express disapproval at the damage estimated at $1,000.
Princeton. N. J.. Sept. 24. New candi- poll, but would suggest that every man The firemen after an hour's fight man-
of the brolten-dow- n man, and it may Jimmy Ryan at catch weights. Trueman's dates for Princeton's football eleven were by the Federal authorities that such Im-
be gratified. antagonist wa Jimmy Kyan. Trueman provements could not be made, as the reap out his own course In this matter, aged to confine the blaze to the following;
put him out in the fifth round. much In evidence on the second team in property: Shed back of John Butler's
The men fought with skin gloves. Ryan practice. The 'varsity was re- land upon which the quarantine station Is whether he Is a member of a union or not.
There Is no man who Is suffering Is said to have been bad'.y beaten, while pulsed time and again before a weak point located belonged to the Federal Govern- That is the dignified way of meeting the home. No. 4309 John avenUe: stable? in rsar
xrueman susiainea injuries to his eye and was founa, and In the short time that ment, which wan preparing to utilize It for situation, and is the course which would of Mrs. Dora Plagge's residence. No. 4313
from Lack 0 Power, Losses, ear. A right punch to the Jaw put Ryan the teams were lined up, lost the ball fortifications und other means of public John avenue, and a shed on the premises
be followed by bodies other than labor of Thomas Booth, No. 4310 Gano avenue.
Drains or tmpotency that we can- out in the fifth round. several times.
The scrub team sgaln was successful in
To give fotce to Its notification. Colonel organization." R. S. Plagge of No. 2114 East Grand ave-
Staff of Physicians. not restore and bring back the Fitzsimmons haa been expressing him- spoiling the quarterback kick play, gain- Edgar Judwln, United States Engineer, in The only public announcement made by nue discovered the fire and turned in an
ing possession of the ball by it. but by a charge of Government improvements in alarm.
pleasures ofjouth and the hopes of other yeirs and he will stay cured. self as desirous of getting on another
fumble the 'varsity had an opportunity on the district of Texas; caused a guard to the Federation officials was a Statement
bout with Jim Corbett. Fltz has waited the twenty-yar- d line, and by persistent be stationed on the Property. given out late ht
that the Executive Arrest?d on a Street Ckr.
OUR GUARANTEE IS rather a long time to so express himself. line plunges soon were able to push Mc-Cla- y
To-da- Attorney General Bell arrived Council has appointed a subcommittee to
4i Corbett id tied up with theatrical engage-
ment for several months and It Is harflly
over the line for a touchdown. The
showing made bv the new men was, in
several cases, satisfactory.
from Austin and petitioned far an injunc-
tion restraining Colonel Jadnln and other
United States officers from interfering or
which th case of the President and the
unions was referred for futther considera-
Detective Cullen and Special Officer
Moran Wednesday night arrested William
MOT A DOLLAR NEED BE PAID likely he will do anything to interfere
with this plan to make easy money. Honord Henry, who played end on last
year's team, reported for practice this
Intimidating the contractors and employes
cf the State from proceeding with the r."
tion. The make-u- p of the committee
could not be learned, but it Is thought
Gebe. alias Red Gebe. and Max Eetcher
on a Market street car which was filled
Fitzsimmons seems to regard his match afternoon for the first time. The report to the Quarantine station. Jim-- with passengers.
with Con Coughlin as won. This affair
UNTIL CURED. was set for this evening originally, but
has besn postponed until next Wednes-
has been current that owing to Injuries
he wou'd not be a candidate this year.
Street granted the Injunclon and Issued an
order restraining Colonel Jadwln from in-
they will make their final report to the
convention in Boston.
Ketcher attempted to hide behind a.
woman when ha saw the detectives catch
In vIctt of there lielnn; so manypel- eil V
terfering wit hthe State's employes and Now, if any conference Is held with Gebe, but did not succeed in evading- Cul-
with prlvntr nnd chronic Vast Experience set the hearing for October S. to thow
vic iMspnsc who nre treating; wltu iuujc wiiy ine injunction snouiu not be President Roosevelt, It Is thought that len. Both Gebe and Ketcher have been
specialist and Inexperienced It is paid thai efforts will be made to Illsncr Wins From Tom Haeston. made permanent.
iinitc-l- President Gompers and John Mitchell will charged with picking pockets. They trill
)lirslclnns without receiving nay and Success. open the Chicago Athletic Club October M. Eisner had little trouble winning be anrong those representing the unions. appear before Judge Tracy this moralnff
licncllt, we linc decided to make a 17. Mike Schreck and Martin Duffy are from Thomaa Hueston In the French pool Resolutions Indorsing President Roose- to answer charges of Idling:.
apecinl offer to chnrsc only li one-hn-
the men likely to go In the opening bout. tournament game at Benson's last night.
INDORSE JOSEPH W. FOLK.
of our rccnlnr lee for caring; those
We have been curing men for
Schreck has not been doing much lately velt as a friend of labor and condemning
who arc now underitolmr more than 20 years; we are curing Hueston's defeat makes the tournament Christian Missionaries Commend the protest which Is now pending before
elsewhere nnil nre dlaantlafled, pro- while Duffy's last effort was his go with more interesting, as it has now become a the Executive Council of the American
vided 'they coioe to u before SeptiSO. more men now than ever before.-Com- Philadelphia .Tommy Ryan at Kansas Circuit Attorney's Work.
Onr pelvic methods nre p6altlrelr Citjv three-corner-
tie between Hueston, Federation have been adopted by a fac-
the anfest, qnlck--ever nnd most
for (be Care ol Blond Poison. Stric-
ture. Huptnre. Hydrocele Decline,
Varicocele. Nervona nnd
and talk with 'us about your-
self. It will not cost you a penny.
We will give you thorough examina-
ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR
Green and Hoffmelster.
WOMEN'S GOLF TQURSAMEST. REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Columbia. Mo., Sept. 24. Just before ad-
tion of the Knights of Labor, as reported
in Pittsburg dispatches. Tbe meeting at
which the resolutions were adopted was
Pile, of the Kidneys, Bladder and ea
Mr. 3IcXnlr and Edith Collins Silas journing this morning the annual .conven-
attended by four officers of one of the fac-
tion and tell you exactly" what the of St. Lonls Entered. tion of Missouri Christian Missionaries in-
Prostate Glnnd. nbout the absolutely
results or trouble is and whether you can ba New York. Sept. 24. The entries for the dorsed the work of Joseph V. Folk in his tions In the Knights of Labor, Simon
no patchwork cured. There is ho guesswork: our prosecution of booQIIng. Burns of Pittsburg. Henry A. Hicks.
the course off trentment make a. lor Fortnightly 3Ieet at Missouri Ath- national women's amataur championship Thomas A. Canning and John Ferneau.
or the diseases we treatment is certain and sure. It golf competition, to be played on the links The resolution was Introduced by Elder
each ape-clnl- ty.
letic Club, "With Open and Xovlce
for, oon niter beginning; our
entirely goes direct to the cause and root of liners aa Features. of the Chicago Golf Club. Wheaton, I1L, II. A. Denton or Worrensburg and re- The men mentioned obtained an Injunc-
trentment. yon nresymptoms rid of tH
nil the trouble and you quickly become from September 23 to October 3, were ceived nn. almost unanimous vote. VT. tion some time ago against the Other fac-
the dlancreenble a strong:, robust, vigorous man. given out here by Secretary Matu-rl- n of the Mercury of Paris, Mo., tion of the order, but this was dissolved
trouble never recdra. to-d-
on September IS, and officers hero say the
COXSULTATIOX FUEE. Full information and treatment will be given by Ballou of the United States Golf As- voted against II.
Members of the Missouri Athletic Club sociation. men adopting the resolutions have no
mail in case you cannot visit our oSlce. Kvery man can take our treatment be- who are interested in swimming and The list contains the names of neither This notion has been the subject of dis-
cause our charges are moderate and never anv more than one can conveniently Mrs. Stout, formerly illm Genevieve cussion by delegates at the convention for standing with the Knights of Labor.
lav. Do not treata.elsewhere p.until 7 p. ta. to Investigated our methods L Address
and terms. aquatic sports met' in the tankroom of tho
Office hours. m. to 5 m.; 8 p. m. Sundays, 9 to Hecker. national woman champion In 1301 several days, and finally was decided on Members of this organization said ht
or call on institution last evening, W. H. Orthweln and 1902, nor Mrs. E. A. Manlce. metro- this morning. that the Miller controversy la not their
and Alec lleffert presiding. Arrangements politan woman champion tn 1902. The association has decided to hold its fight and they will take no part In It.
H. W. Cor. Broadway were made for the programmes to be con- Among those entered are Miss Edith Col-
DR. MEYERS & CO., and Mirfcet,
SI. leals, Mo.
ducted throughout tho winter.
It was agreed that October 17 would be
lins' and Mrs. Lllburn G. McNair of the
Country Club, St. Louis.
PADCCAn GUX CLUtri" CHALLEXdB.
annual meetings In June, instead of Sep-
tember, and the next meeting will be held
in carrouion. mo.
Indianapolis Can Club Tourney.
Indianapolis. Ind., Sept. SL At the closing
the best date for pulling off the first se-
ries of races, and that open events should Will Pit Their Cracks An-aln-
The following have been elected for the
ensuing year: President. E. M. Richmond
day of tbe Indianapolis Cun Club's tourney the
run of Edward orlr. one of tbe crack sparrow
snots, axploded In the'first event, which lowered
characterize the card. To get swimmers Two Shots in Country. of Fayette: vice president, M. J. Nicolson his score Tbe perfect scores were aa follows:
throughout the city Interested in "the REPITBLIC SPECIAL. Event No. 1. ten sparrows Snyder, Still eu.
of Memphis: recording secretary, 'W. S.
WEAK, NERVOUS. DISEASED MEN meetings Instructor Meffert' suggested
that the first card should be open to all.
An eighty-yar- d swimming race, a race
Paducah. Ky.. Sept. 24. The Paducah
Gun Club issued a challenge to anv
two amateurs in the United States to shOjt
against Moses and Ben Htarr, the crack
SL Claro of Columbia; assistant secretary.
W. F. Hammon of Windsor: correspond-
ing secretary. T. A. Abbott it Kansas
VcDanlel?. M. Morris. Wiggins. WlUard. pike
Event No. i, fifteen sparrows Clark. Lonr.
Crosby. Max BUUwell, HIIL
Event No., 3. fifteen sparrows Neal. Hill. Le
COrapte, Wlllard. Relkes.
XATIXAXIEL K. KIHG, M. D
of twice the length of the tank, arid a tub City; State superintendent of Christian Event No. 4. fifteen sparrows Roll Moller. KZ Pine St.. St. Louis. Mo.
Blood Poison of every character, "Varicocele. Piles. raco were talked of as opening events. shots of the local club. Both have hign Rlkej FnalUs. Gilbert. CrosBy. Hughes. Hlr-she- y,
W 3&IR Nervous- - Decline. Stricture and KeQex Conditions. Also a championship match of 103 yards,
records, and the Paducah club offers to
wage 2200 on them. Tho match Is to take
Endeavor work. H. A. Denton of War-rensbu- Anthony, Neal. VARICOCELE.
I cure these conditions to STAY CURED forever, for which will count in the championship se- place in October. They will shoot at a
At the close of the last event TV. It. Crosby
was high gun. with a record of S3 out of 33
I cure this disease without operation
or ligature, and under my treatment
less expense, compared tvlth results, and In a. shorter time ries of the institution.
Plana for a water polo team were also hundred birds each. sparrows. JIai BUIlwell and Barvey Moon the congested condition (within ten
had records cf 82. days) disappears. The parts are re-
than any specialist in the city.
Examinations are free and advice cheerfully given, 'if
discussed, and it was decided that any
member desirous of Joining this organiza- Jacksonville Driving? Club. STONECUTTERS QUIT WORK.
Fell Under Moving: Train.
stored to their natural condition, vigor
and strength and circulation
tion list. My cures ere guaranteed in vnitlng, Address
give bis name to MefTert,
you cannot call at my office, write for booklet and ques- will should the tankroom constantly. who
Meetings wiU likely be held every
Jacksonville. HL, Sept 24. The Gcntlenwn'a
Driving Club gave a racing matinre at the Mor-
gan County Valr Grounds this afternoon. At-
Were Employed on Material for
World's Palace. Fair Art
Marcellne. Mo.. Sept. 24. Charles Lathen
of Albla, la., attempted to board a north-
Xy ffvaranla to ear U:
i dollarUnnaturalt usMI rttrft."
Thursday evening In the immediate future tendance. 2.000.
bound, freight train here and fell Contusion Blood Poison; Loss or
Gnen pace Won by Bermuda. Girl (Maters);
W. A. GOOK, D or Cook' Medical Co., nt least. This will to attend opportunity
& for. those members
who were Easter Hal (Biggs), second; Silver Ladx
third. Beit time. by Bedford. Ind.. Sept, 24. Eighty stone- under the cars. His lefCarm was so badly
mangled as to. necessitate amputation at
Manly Vl&or, Drains, Losses, Plies,
Kidney, Bladder and Prostatic
6f0 Qlift St., Sf. Lixls,
unable to appear at tho opening meeting.
Dwight Evans, Al-- Nasee and several
others appeared for swimming practice
last .evening and worked out for a short
tho meeting. Both will likely
Three-minu- te trot Won
third-- Best time. l:l- -
Special trot and paceTVon
(Benson): Lady (JerlocK second- - Wilkes, Boe
cutters employed here cutting stone for
Jennie K. (Klllan). second; Billy (Craig), the At building of' the St. Louis
Fair, quit work to-d-
on an order from
TJnlveranllits' General Conrentlon.
Washington. Sept. 24. Announcement is
Trouble, Rapture. Private aait
Special Diseases Cared.
Hours: t rn. to t n.m. Bon. t .ro. to 2 B.BL
No- - K pINE ST. (near ear, r
"N Houre: 8 a. in. ta f p. 'nv Sundays.-l- a: rsC?a JS30 p. tn. thft National Stonecutters Union. Tha UK. VWC. ctb and Pino). Bt. Louis, lie
play on the club's water polo team, as (Vosscler). third. Best time. laOU. made that tbe biennial session of the Ainu,
23) 1X0177011 br Cora J. (Lohmanlt Mr. Gas was either to quit work, or surrender
IV. A. COOK. M. D. NO FEE ACCEPTED UNTIL CURED. will W. R. and Armln Orthweln. (MarseyK second: Grace .Wilson (Vosieleo. I order Universallsts' General Convention will h If you cannot call, write.
It is thought that the open events, ar- - third. Best time, 1U3X. j-- f the charter. held In Washington, October 23 to 28.