The Daily Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 285, Ed. 1 Friday, October 12, 1906 Page: 7 of 12
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THE SAN ANTONIO DAILY EXPRESS: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1908.
SALT RHEUM ON INDS
Suffered Agony arid Had Wear
Bandages All the Tb.
ANOTHER CURE BY CUliURA
Another cure by Cuticura told of
by Mrs. Caroline Cable, of Vipooa,
Wis., in the following grajul let-
ter: "My husband sufferjagony
with salt rheum on hisaands,
and I had to kastp them baufced all
the time. We tried everying we
could get, but nothing held him
until he used Cuticura. Of set of
Cuticura Soap, Ointment, |j. Pills
cured him entirely, and hin hp s have
been as smooth as possible since.
I do hope this letter will be tlmeans
of helping some other suffer*'
HAIR NATURALLY ABUNVNT.
When It 18 Free of Dandruff, Grows
Hair preparations and danclrf cures,
as a rule, are sticky or irritati affairs
that do no earthly good. Ilaiithen not
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Dandruff is the cause of nine nths of
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by a germ. The only way to fee dand-
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THE WORK FOR
Cracking Hit lo Left in the Sixth
Puis White Sox One Game
to the Good.
NATIONALS CAN'T GET A
MAN ACROSS THE RUBBER
In the Circuit Court of the Unifl States,
Western District of Tc>.
The United States of America
For the Use and Benefit of t
San Antonio Sewer Pipe &
vs. \ No. 754
John T. Wilson,
Pursuant to an order of Couidirected
to mo in the above entitled cat, public
notice Is hereby given of the Jim; rind
pendency thereof in the Unit States
Circuit Court at San Antonio, fx. This
action is brought by plaint
said Thomas Franklin, prin
John T. Wilson and G. Gah
ties, to recover
For the Second Time During ihe Series
Does the Young Substitute Meet the
Emergency and Bring Vic-
tory to His Team.
CHICAGO, 111 , Oct. 11. -Today's game
between the Chicago teams of the Na-
tional and American Leagues was at bat-
tle royal between the pitchers and the
Americans won 3 to 0.
Twenty-one batsmen struck out. For
twelve of these the credit goes to Walsh.
In addition he gave only one pass and
allowed but two hits in the first inning.
Thereafter the Nationals, until the ninth
never had any sort of a chance to score.
According to the official count 13,7)0
enthusiasts, encouraged by slightly
warmer weather, were present when the
Ffeister, the left-handed pitcher, went
| into the box for the Nationals. His con-
against j trol at first was good, but by no means
a.1, and ! perfect. Ho quickly steadied down, how-
ties. to recover the sum of jjt.19 due | fV01*' and pitched superbly until the sixth
plaintiff for materials furniod said inning. It was here he went to piec<
struct/on of" syVjlor "fSi a"d lost the game. Tannehl 11. reputed
United States at Fort Sam louston, he a weak batter, singled down the third
Texas, under a contract bei *en said base line. Somewhat disconcerted, Pfeis
Thomas Franklin and the s i
States of America dated Ju
and for which materials so
Is alleged payment has not 1 11 made;
an.| also for breach of said
bond executed and delivered to
States bv said Franklin, conc
the faithful performance of sa
and for the full payment 01
and materials used therein. T
fondants will take notice herrt: and all
creditors of said Thomas Frmlin who
furnished labor or materials u 1 by him
in said contract, and for whicipayment
has not been made bv him. f- hereby
notified of their right to itiivene in
said cause to assert their claw accord-
ing to the act of Congress in ich cases
made and provided.
United States Marshal, West# District
By F. H. JvANCASTER. Dcptw
United ter allowed Walsh to walk and a moment
19, lfcH>5, later hit Hahn on the nose, breaking it.
lished it A doctor was called and O'Neill went to
first for Hahn and finished the game.
The bases were now full with nobody
, out. A pandemonium of cheers from
i American League sympathizers broke
ill Vfihor • loose- Ffeister pulled himself together
«ald de- ' and t,lerf* was a si&h of relief from Na-
1 tional league supporters when Captain
Jones fouled out to Kling.
Isbell. one of the team s best batsmen,
ordinarily, struck out for the third time
during the game. Then came Robe, the
substitute, to bat. It was this light-
haired young man whose accidental pres-
ence by reason of Davis' illness in Tues-
day's game, brought victory to the Amer-
icans. Again the fate of the gnme de-
pended on him and again he did not fail.
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For One He Likes.
Tie waited patiently for a ball that suit-
ed him and then swung with all his
strength. The ball Iwunded like a jack
rabbit down the third base line and under
the benches in left field. Tannehill,
Walsh and O'Neill crossed the plate
amidst wild cheering and the noise of
many megaphones while the author of
the scores stood on third base, receiving
the congratulations of his teammates.
Donohue sent a weak fly to J£vers and
the aogny was over.
On their part, the Nationals started
out like winners. In the first Hoffman
sent, a clean single to center. Shreckard
struck out and then Hoffman killed all
chances to score by trying to steal ihe
second, where he was thrown out. The
next moment Schulte doubled to left, but
it did no good for Chance went out Isbell
Thereafter till the ninth the Nationals
never gave a hint of designs on the home
plate. Walsh held them completely at
In the ninth Gessler went to bat for
Pfeister and reached first. Isbell fumbled
his grounder for a moment. A hit meant
a run, but Schulte became a. victim of
Walsh's curves and the third game of
the world's championship series was over.
It took a, large force of policemen to
protect Walsh and Rohe from their fren-
zied admirers who thronged on to the
field, but they finally reached their car-
riages without being hoisted on anybody's
out on a grounder, Isbell to Donohue. No \V INS THE
DEFEATS BELLE OF PEQUEST IN
FEATURE AT BELMONT PARK.
Guiding Star Finishes First in Last
Race, But Is Disqualified for Foul-
ing—Martha Gorman Ties
Track Record at Louisville.
Selections at Louisville.
First race: Docile, Revolt, Sallie I? B.
Second race; Attention, Lightning,
Conductor, Sally M.
Third race: Pretension, Garrett "Wilson.
Fourth race: New Amsterdam, Creolln,
Topsy Robinson. Matador,
Petit Due, Toboggan, Joe
Americans—Rohe sent a fast bounder
to Tinker and was out at first on a close
decision. Donohue singled past Pfeister
and Evers failing to get the ball as it
bounced away from Pfeister's glove.
Dougherty struck out on three attempts.
Donohue was out stealing, Kling to Tin-
ker. N*o runs.
Nationals—Stelnfeklt was out. Tanne-
1 ill to Donohue, on a fast grounder.
Tinker fanned. Sullivan dropped ttfie hall
but threw to first in time to retire Joe.
Kvers flied out to Jones. No runs.
Americans--Sullivan swung three times
and was retired. Tannehill also struck
out. Walsh went out on a high fly to
Hoffman. No runs.
Nationals—Kling struck out. Pfeister
also went out by the strike route. Hoff-
man out, Tannehill to Donohue. No
Americans—Evers went back of first
and pulled down what looked like a sure
hit for Hahn. Jones reached up for a
high one and fanned. Isbell also took the
strike-out count. No runs.
Nationals—Shreckard sent a grounder
Tannehill to Donohue. Schulte fanned.
Chance waited for a base on balls. Steln-
feldt out, Tannehill to Donohue. No
Americans—Evers made a wonderful
stop of Robe's drive over second and
threw him out at first. Donohue trip-
ped to right. Dougherty fouled to Kling
back of the stands. Sullivan fanned,
the third strike being a foul tip. No
Nationals—Tinker rolled an easy one to
Isbell and went out at first. Evers was
an easy victim of Walsh's spit ball. Kling
out, Isbell to Donohue. No runs.
Americans—Tannehill singled past
third. Walsh walked. Hahn was hit in '
the face by a pitched ball and Tip j
O Neill was put on first to run for him. |
The ball hit Hahn a glancing blow on ., ... ,T ,
the nose and broke it. This filled the ' v°rite, Brooklyn Nymph, thiid. Guiding
bases, with nobody out. Jones popped Star, heavily played at 3 to I in the last
up a foul, which Kling captured back race; finished first but was disqualified
near the crowd after a hard sprint Is- i for fouling Sailor Boy, a 3ft to 1 shot.
bell fanned and the crowd went wild. ! The placing was Sailor Boy. Miss
Rohe sent one to left which struck on Crawford and Tommy Waddell. One fa-
ihe foul line, scoring Tannehill, Walsh vorite won.
and O'Neill. Rohe was put out at third ' 1irst race' seven-eighths of a mile.
Nationals—Pfeister out. Walsh to i Purse: Gambrinus 94 (Horner) 4 to 1,
Donohue Hoffman struck out. nnri won; Deutschland 103 (Dugan) 3 to
Selections at Belmont Park.
Cloisteress, Winning Hand,
Toddles Botanist, Curri-
Third race: Boseben, Suffrage, Hand-
Fourth racc: Dr. Gardner, Hot Toddy,
Fifth race: El Tovar, Rio Grande, Mex-
Sixth race: A. Muskoday, Carew, Man-
ZENIAP WINS HANDICAP.
Belle of Pequest Comes Second and
Brookdale Nymph Third.
NEW YORK, Oct. 11.—Zeniap at 10 to
1 won the Hunter Handicap, one mile,
at Belmont Park today. The Belle of
Pequest was second and the 2 to 5 fa-
_tXT llf - struck
O Neill got Shreckard's liner.
Americans—Dougherty was safe on
Tinker's fumble. Sullivan sacrificed,
Pfeister to Chance. Tannehill flied to
Schulte, and Dougherty moved on to
hud on the out
Right 102, Miladi Love 103. Marvel P 106,
Intense 107, Docile 107, Sallie B B W
Anna Day IK Lad^ Ethel 98, Odoietta 103.
Sheen 103. Athena 107, Suzanne Rocamora
107. Revolt 111.
Second race, five and a half furlongs
Bitter Anne Nellette 97, Zipango 99,
Karl of Leichter K<1, Caper 101, King I>*o
pold 102, Solly M 1H4. Chase ICS. Frances J
97 Attention Marion Rose 101, Frank
Fh'sher 101, Roberval J02, Tom Dolan 104
Camn 100. Lightning Conductor 108.
Third race, seven furlongs, purse
Lsury 9i!, Edwin Gum 95, Angleta 97.
federal 97, Shawana 97. Pretension 106,
Retiopaw Pontotoc 97. Mamie Algol
9.', Envoy 100, Hector 101, Garrett Wilson
Fourth race, steeplechase, short course
Scops E.j, Lady Jocel.vn 134, Pontotoc
133. New Amsterdam 140, Maverick 147
Plea 13L\ Ida Merimee I2."i, St. Volma 131
Rejectable 137. Evandcr 140, Creolin 150,
Gus Lanka 132
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling: Kiss 97,
Queen Caroline 97, Marco 102, Nona W 102,
Prestige 105, Roscoe 109, ingolthrift 110,
Encle Henry 111, Rubaiy.it 97, Topsy Rob-
inson 101. Bensonhurst 102. Room Mate 105,
Allista 107. Butinski 110, Miss Leeds 110,
Sixth race, one mile, selling: Comment
93, Eular 92. Gamester 9B, Pentagon M,
Ben Shaw 97. Toboggan 102, Petit Due
105, Skyte 93. Joe Shields %, Telamund 96.
J-arone 97. Sanction 100, Joe Lesser 102,
Weather, clear; track, fast.
WINS IN STRAIGHT HEATS,
Baron Grattan Is Champion Aged
Pacer of Season
LEXINGTON, I<y„ Oct. 11.—In straight
heats Baron Grattan won the two-min
ute class pace today at the Kentucky
Trotting Horse Breeders' Association and
established his claim as the champion
aged pacer of the season. He defeated
Estactic. winner of the. Tennessee stake
Agnus Pointer, Gratt, Laconda and Boli
var. None of the other horses had any
excuse for Baron Grattan simply out
The finish to this race was the closest
ever seen as Baron Grattan won both
heats with not an inch to spare.
2:15 pace purse, $lft00; 3 in 5:
3 in 5:
second; Runnells 93 (J. Jones) 5 to 1,
third. Time, 1:29. Fly Back Geranium,
Dazzle. Miss Ogden. Aucassin, Columbia
Girl, Tide, The Conscript. Society Bud.
Bragg. Mary B. Clark, Warning, Beilo
Strome and Arabo also ran.
Second race, steeplechase, about two
Walsh struck out.' No i ™iles- St. Kevin 132 (Ray) 21 to 1. won; j pointer
Mr. McCann 132 (Gallagner) 8 to l, sec- i Angus .pointer
Best time 2:08^.
The West 2:19 trot, $2000,
Ext on 1 1
J. N. Blakemore.
Captain Bacon 2 3
Best time 2:10%.
2:07 pace, purse $1200; 2 In 3:
Vesta Boy o 1
Alfalfa 1 5
Lady May 7 2
Best time 2:05.
Two-minute pace, purse $1200; 2 in 3:
Baron Grattan ..
Nationals—Schulte fanned. Chance ond; Sanctus I32 (Smith) 10 to 1, third,
was out, Walsh to Donohue. on a short I Time- 4:02 Dick Shaw, Pat M., Yen
grounder in front of the plate. Stein
feldt wont out, Rohe to Donohue. No
Americans—O'Neill popped a little fly
to Steinfeldt. Jones flied to Shreckard.
Isbell. who had struck out three times
~efused to fan this time and went out on I prince Fortunatas. Miniota. Lally,
1 grounder, Evers to Chance. No runs , I)ance, Nadlno, Cork Hill. Jobstown
Nationals "" * ' —
dor. Amanda. Souvigny. Realm and
Plaud also ran.
Third race, three-quarters of a mile,
purse: Vox Populi 110 (Knapp) even
money, won: Hardshot 110 (Morris) 1 to
1, second; Herman 110 (Horner) 6 to
1. third. Time, 1:16. General Sherman,
Gargantua, A1 H. Woods, Woolstartle.
, .UIIB. . _ - , Will
Evers also \ ^''iffht Boy and Thomas Boy also
Best time 2:03V4.
2:10 trot, purse $1000; 3 in Z
Van Zandt 2
j »r. Prasee 9
Best time 2:08'>i,
9pec!al to beat 2:02 trot:
lost. No time taken.
2 3 i
struck out. making the tenth vlcitlm of I ra"'
Walsh s spit ball. Kling out, Walsh to 1 fourth race, one mile, handicap: Zen
" iap 95 (Horner) 8 to 1, won: Belle of pe
Donohue. No runs.
Americans—Rohe was given a base on
alls and stole second. Donohue sacri-
ficed, Pfeister to Chance. Rohe going to
bird. Dougherty grounded to Chance
and Rohe was run down between third
and the 1 - • •• —
kept on to third, Chance getting in th
ut out. Sullivan flied to Shreckard. No
Nationals—Gessler batted for Pfeister
and was safe 011 Ishell's fumble of his
grounder. Hoffman out, Isbell to Dono-
hue. Gessler went to second and later
ae pitc,h- Shreckard
struck out. Schulte fanned, making
twelve strike-outs for Walsh
Final score: Americans '3
finest. 102 (f. Ross) 6 to l. second: Brook-
dalo Nymph 120 (Radtke) 1 to 3, third.
Time. 1:38 3-5. Single Shot. Daruma and
Consistent also ran.
Fifth race, three-quarters of a, mile,
selling: Momentum 97 (Garner) 3 to 1,
- w°n; Montfort 97 (Brussels) 3 to 1, sec-
home plate, while Dougherty ?nd: Collie Dollars S9 (Heffernan) 8 to
9, ^bance getting in the third. Time 1:14 3-5. Oi*phan Lad.
rlow Away. Bluedale. Mirza. Clara Hu-
ron and Rosemount also ran.
Sixth race, ore and one-sixteenth mile,
handicap: Sailor Boy 105 <o. Burns)
15 to 1. won: Miss Crawford 121 (Shaw)
8 to 1. second; Tommy Waddell 104 (Hor-
ner) 8 to 5 third Time. 1:4(5. Lady
Savoy, Moonshine. Soufriere and Guiding
Star also ran Guiding Star finished
111 st but. was disqualified for fouling
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Schulte, rf ..
Chance, lb ..
Tinker, ss ...
Evers, 2b ....
Pfeister in ninth.
Hahn. rf ....
O'Neill, rf ..
Jones, cf ....
Isbell, 2b ....
Walsh, p —
SCORES BY INNINGS.
Nationals 000 000 000— 0
Americans 000 003 000—3
Left on bases: Nationals, 3; Ameri-
Two-base hits: Schulte.
Three-base hits: Donohue, Rohe.
Sacrifice hits: Sullivan, Donohue.
Stolen bases: Rohe.
Struck out: By Walsh, 12; by Pfeis-
Bases on balls: Off Walsh, 1; off Pfeis-
Wild pitch: Walsh.
Hit by pitched ball: Hahn.
Umpires: Jonstone and O'Loughlin.
THE GAME BY INNINGS.
Rohe's Cracking Hit in the Sixth
Scores Three Runs and Wins
Contest for Americans.
LOOK FOR THB
BELL ON Wtin BOTTLER
ARE RESULT BI?'|jGERS.
Americans—Hahn went/out on a groun-
der, Steinfeldt to Char.ee. Jones sent a
bounder to Pfeister. who struck his hand
and knocked it towards third and was
safe. Isbell swung on three grounders
and took his seat. Jones tried to steal
but was out. Kling to Tinker. No runs.
Nationals-Hoffman laced a single on
a line to center. Shreckard struck
Hoffman was thrown out. Sullivan to Is-
bell. Schulte doubled to left, the ball
going undfer the left field seats and he
stood by the ground rules. Chance went
DENVER WANTS THE GAME.
Offers $10,000 for Final Champion-
ship Contest If Seven Are Required.
DENVER, Col., Oct. Il.-Goorise M
Rekl of this city h;is telegraphed to Gar-
ry Hermann, president of the National
Baseball Commission, offering Jld.Oi*) for
the seventh game of the- World's , hani-
pionship series. The message reads:
"In ease a seventh game is necessary
lo decide the world's championship Den-
ver guarantees 310,000 if played in this
city Veather perfect for ball playing."
The reply came as follows:
"Telegram received and noted. Thanks
for suggestion and offer. Place or plav-
ir.g game must be decided later at session
SPOKANE MAKES BETTER OFIJER
Will Give $ij,000 for Final Champion-
SPOKANE, Wash., Oct. 11.—The Spo-
kane Chamber of Commerce has offered
the Chicago baseball club $15,000 to have
the deciding (he world's cham-
pionship series played in Spokane.
STRUCK A WINNING STREAK.
Lilacs Won Two Games From Violets
Played. Won. I.ost. Pet.
wlacs S 6 3 750
lollies 8 4 t 'r,i)o
Carnations s 4 4
Violets S 3 5 "37^
The Lilacs have struck a winning gait'
They won both games from the Violets
yesterday afternoon, winning the first
game by S pins and the second by 17 pins
Both games were lively contests and
Score of first game:
Violets 2(1 28 35 22 "t
Lilacs % 27 2S 44 2b'
S'-ore of Second g.-ime:
Lilacs 26 21 2S 31 34
Violets 40 29 1 7 35 15
Umpire and scorer: Mr. Scholl.
There will not be another game until
next Tuesday afternoon and then the
Lillies and Lilacs will be the opponents.
The Owls won two games from the
Saps last night on the Beethoven Allevs
The first game was the best of the
two, for at the close of the fifth inning
both teams were tied and it took the last
ball in the sixth inning to decide. The
winning of this game was due to H
l.eick and E. Schuetze for the game was
won by the small margin of 9 pins and
the second by 42 pins.
Score of first game:
Score of second game:
Saps .Ill 1244
Line-up: Owls—H. Glaeser, captain- T
McAllister, Hubo Jaster, C. I.ing ' T
Posert, II. Schramm, D. Conring ' H
Leiek, E. Goldbeck and E. Schuetze
Saps—Clemens, captain; Schmitt Wag-
enfuer, Swartz. Menger, Dresch, Deineer
Chabot and Lutz.
Tonight's games in the Turner League
will be very close contests, for both
teams are tied for second place
DOCTOR WOULD ADVERTISE.
Appeals to the Wisconsin Board.
Holds Up Application Liccnse.
MILWAUKEE. Wis., Oct. ll.-The
State Board of Medical Examiners is in
Hoffman laced a. n(i
enter. Shreckard struck out. ] plicant for a State license has"announced
•" that if permitted to practice he will ad-
vertise. It the license is refused on the
ground under discussion he will appeal
to tlic courts.
Entries at Belmont Park.
First race, one mile, selling: Winning
Hand 101, Cloisteress 101, cherry Blos-
som 10], Anticipation 101, Marie Antoin-
ette 100. Lady Avis 96. Golden Wine 101
Homoselle 101. Frills 101, Josle Hampton
101. M'ss Lison 9li.
Seeond race, handicap, six furlongs:
Botanist 12«. Toddles 119, Oraculum 11,3
Storm 108, Curriculum 121, George S. Iia-
vls 117. Stray 111, Acrobat 108.
Third rare, The Manhattan, six fnr-
lor.gs. handicap: Roseben 117. Prim e Ham-
burg 119. Suffrage ill. Pater 10,3, Akbar 98,
Vox Populi 95, Guiding Star 92, Security
122, Hanzarra 112, Deutschland 110,
Fythia 9<f, Oaklawn 95. Adoration 92, Piu-
Fourth race. The Hixiana. one mile:
IT. Gardner 12«, Hot Toddy 11.5, Monterey
109, Athlete 109, Hollowmas 115, Zlenrti.
109. Pater 109, Sanfara 109.
Fifth race, selling, six furlongs, 2-year-
olds: Baringo 105, Rio Grande 102, Princess
Karmi 95. Clements 91. Lady Savoy 9:1.
Nancy 91. Acrobat s9. K1 Tovar 102. Mexi-
can Silver 95. Oraculum 95. Jovful 04,
Hyperbole 91, Ben Strong 89, Mariposa 8H,
Sixth race, one mile, selling: Ladsarion
100, Quinn Brady 99. Dekabrr 88 TSnripides
88. Merlingo 8S. Giovlnni Balerio 95. S'v
Ben 95, New York 95, Water Tank 91,
Carew 94. Niblick 93, Meddling Daisy 91.
A Muskodav 10.1, Hyperion 99. Hocus Po-
eus 97, Mandarin 97, Anna Smith 95, Macy
,lr. 13, Optician 88, John F. Ahearn 95,
Azelina 94, Paniaue 93. Consideration 93.
Weather, clear; track, fast.
TRACK RECORD IS TIED.
Martha Gorman Makes Good Time at
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Oct. 11.—Better
weather conditions drew a large crowd
to Churchill Downs today. Martha Gor-
man tied the track record for six fur-
longs. beating Hannibal Bey and Gold
Mate in the Frank Fehr handicap. Three
favorites won. A killing was made on
Cull in the last race.
First race, three-quarters of a mile,
selling: Malta 107 (Moreland) 10 to 1,
won; Lady Vlmont 107 (Foley) 8 to 1,
second; Refined 107 fj. Lee) 4 to 1,
third Time. 1:14 4-5. Calita, Crafty,
Sanderson. Aline Crockett. John Kauf-
man. Pleaid, Livlus. Bon Vivant, Olvth,
Affinity, Sanardo, King Leopold and Miss
Martha also ran.
Second race, eleven-sixteenths of a
mile, selling: Ethel Day 109 (Nicol)
even money, won; Mansard 110 (C. Koer-
ner 8 to 5. second; French Nun 101 (C.
Morris) 15 to 1, third. Time. 1:07. Lieut.
Rice, Nun's Veiling, Nonie Lucile. Mum.
Auroceiver, Potter and Invincible also
Third race, one mile, purse: The Bor-
gian 100 (J. Hunter) 3 to 2. won; Mar-
tins 95 (Moreland) 4 to 1, second: Azora
92 (Morris) 5 to 2. third. Time. 1:40 3-5.
High Bear. Joe Coyne and Veribest also
Fourth race, Frank Fehr Handicap,
three-riuarters of a mile: Martha Gor-
man 108 (C. Koerner) 3 to 2. won; Han-
nibal Bey 107 (Mountain) 9 to 2. second;
Gold Mate OS (D. Austin) 12 to 1, third.
Time. 1:13. Wee Lass, Sainrida. Omar
Kahyam. Meadow Breeze, Frontenac and
Western also ran.
Fifth race, cne and one-half miles.
I WELL KNOWN TURF MAN DIES.
John Price, Former Associate Judge
at Latonia Succumbs to Illness.
LOUISVILLE, Ky„ Oct. 11.— A tele-
gram received here today announces the
death this morning in Cincinnati of John
Price, a. part owner of several Canadian
racing plants, and at one time associate
judge at Latonia and Louisville. Ho was
56 years old.
Price spent most of his summers in
Canada, residing with Mr. Van Kirkman
of Nashville during the winter months.
He recently took a. trip to Europe and
shortly after his return, during the meet
ing at Windsor, complained of not being
well, but his illness was not so serious
ns to confine him to his bed.
"LUCKY" BALDWIN INTERESTED
Is President of New Racing Associa
tion in California.
LOS ANGELES. Cal., Oct. 11.—The
Baldwin Racing Association, with a
capitalization of $300,000, of which $300,000
has been subscribed, has filed articles of
incorporation. It is proposed to estab-
lish by September 1, 1907, a large and
modern race course and racing elub at
Arcadia, twelve miles from Los Angeles.
The officers of the corporation are:
President, E. J. (Lucky) Baldwin; vice
president, 11. J. Woolacott; secretary
treasurer. E. S. Albright; general mana-
ger, W. C. Revelang.
Results at Fort Worth.
Special Telegram lo The Express.
FORT WORTH, Tex., Oct. 11. -Results:
First race, 2:15 pace, purse $400, mile
heats, three in five: L. S. Crum won,
Fannie W second. Little Mack third, Joe
Belle fourth. Best time 2:15.
Second race. 2:15 trot, the Liquor deal-
ers purse $900, three-heat plan: Alico
Roosevelt won. Dimple second, Gamma
Lena third, ICmily Letcher fourth.
Third race, purse $150, winner to be
sold for $200. six furlongs: Keogh 109
(Jackson) 7 to 10, won; Muffins 94 (A
Lyons) 3 to 1, seeond; Massacre, 99 (Wein-
liold) 5 to 1, third. Timo 1:17%. Camp
Fourth race, purse $150, winner to be
sold for $400, five furlongs: Rolet 11:
(Jackson) even money, won; Malster 109
(A. Lyons) 8 to 5, second; Lou Merritt 1<W
(Welnholi) 7 to 2, third. Time l:02'/2. Tho
Pride also ran
Fifth r;/:'\ purse $150, four 3-year-olds
and upward, selling, six furlongs: Master
i Vim 110 (A. Lyons) 3 to 5, won; Fannie
:lo (Fletcher) 3 to 1, second; Thora Lee
100 (Clinc)'3 to 1, third. Time 1:15. Tay-
lor George also ran.
Sixth race, purse $150. for horses that
have not won over one race since Aug. 1,
seven furlongs: Jear. Gravier 104 (Flet-
cher) even money, won; Cadillac 107 (A.
Lyons) 8 to 1, second; Footspring 99
(Spears) 4 to 1, third. Time 1:30. Dutch
Carter and Job also ran.
CRYSTAL TURF COMMISSION CO.
Direct private wire to Cincinnati, New
York and Louisville. Commissions exe-
cuted on all sporting events.
BREEN & CO..
407 Main Plaza.
MEETING OF DOCTORS.
Discussed Interesting Subjects at
Elks Club Rooms Last Night.
The October meeting of the Bexar
County Medical Society was held at the
Elks Club rooms last night. The pro-
gram was one of unusual interest.
Dr. E. A. Chatten presented a paper on
"The Accidents and Incidents of Labor,"
and Dr. F E. Voting outlined "The Sur-
gical Treatment of the Sequelae of La-
bor." These two papers were discussed
by Drs C. E. R. King, W. E. Luter, C.
W. Taylor, W. B. Russ and others.
Drs. C. C. Quillian, R. Robinson, B. E.
Witte. E. V. Depew and Fred Hadra re-
ported some cases of unusual interest.
President Moody announced that on
tho afternoon and night of November 6
Insures Honest Cigar Values.
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built up and is carrying on
its business purely by merit of its
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smokers—because it knows how
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facilities for making them, and
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That it docs make them you
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guaranteed by the "A' (Iri-
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PLATTER TOBACCO CO,, Distributors
ROWDS AT GONZALES FAIR
Special Trains Bring Many Visitors
From Near-By Towns — Comic
Parade Feature Second Day.
Special Telegram to The Express.
GONZAL.ES, Tex , Oct. 11.—The second
annual Gonzales County Fair opened on
_ schedule timo yesterday with the best
the^ Fifth District Afedlcal Society will , exhibits ever shown.
Kleine's Opera House Is filled to the
selling: Elliott 101 (J. Daley} g to 1,
won: Miss F.illic 102 (C. Koerner> 4 to
5. second: Shininpr Star lis (Mclntyre)
9 to 2. third Timo 2:34 4-5. Relleview,
Anna Pay. Inflammable, Morendo. Cha-
nida. Holgerson. Juba and Tida Vivian
Sixth race, one mile, selling: Cull Hi
(Sheridan) 5 to 1. won; Red Thistle
111 (Dfalyl R to 1. second; Fair Calypso
10S (Mountain) 2 to 1, third. Time. 1:41.
session here to solve a problem which is ' Sr™t'inn. ?l'!iiv' WaUcreon,' Sonny "ay
A». Minister end Crows-— -• "">• °a>
hold its sixth semi-annual meeting: in
I this city and that on this occasion the
association will have as guests a num- dome with agricultural exhibits, art and
ber of distinguished laymen and President culinary, that is a credit to the county.
F'oscue, Secretary Chase, several of the
trustees and other officers of the State
FINCK'S 6c Havana Cigars.
shade also ran.
Entries at Louisville.
First race, mile, soiling Bitter Brown
94, Telepathy 94, Mae Lynch 98, Ruby
Approved the Report.
The County Commissioners met yester-
day morning and approved the report
of th<- County Treasurer on district
Dr. Rose T. Stern, Osteopath.
42S Moore Building. New phone IMC.
Style in every Garment by LENT5C.
and the sheds and stalls on the plaza are
filled with fine stock.
Lunch stands are on every corner and
all around the Court House lawn. Candy
and iieanut stands, the "Sandwich Man,"
Hamburger, too, are on hand.
The carnival has entire possession of
one square and Martin's fire works an-
The U. D. C. concert yesterday after-
noon was a pleasing feature, and was
The Dryer Brass Band and Gonzales
Band are furnishing good music. A free
exhibition is given daily by the Carnival
The order of parade today Is; Grand
marshal and assistants, band, fire depart-
ment, comic vehicles and get-ups, band,
Special trains brought In visitors today
from Ix» khart, Lullng, Waelder and oth-
The Second Gonzales County Fair rep-
resents the combined labor and planning
of many willing heads and hands, and
tells of the phenomenal prosperity that
has come to the citizens of this old coun-
Dr. W. A. King, Genito-Urlnary,
Skin and Rectal Diseases. Moore Bids.
Wedding rings a specialty. Hertzberg's.
GIVEN FIVE YEARS.
Expeditious Trial of Murder Case In
Special Telegram to The Express.
LAMFASAS, Tex., Oct. 11.—The jury In
the case of Lee Serrell, charged with
murder, brought in a verdict of guilty
of murder In th« second degree, and
assessed his punishment ut five years'
confinement in the penitentiary. Thla
case consumed less than forty-eight
hours and was before the jury less than
A chill cur» in every bottle.
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