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'-v,c. -i? "" " x4zartt?JiZar? ar 3 "ijtiTJi -.-..; -r: tl His ST. L.OUIS REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1904. ' , y jrf't'vp-eT- &-"&$ " ," icurate and Dependable y5wfj'lKffv?B UE OPEX CTEXnCGS. Every "Watch In this entire assort ment has been carefully selected, thoroughly tested, and goes to you with our strongest guarantee that it is a good watch and an accurate timekeeper. "We call special atten tion to this one: Gentleman's Watch (like cut) l-i-kt. 25-year gold filled case, with Hess fCulbertson's C 1 ft guaranteed mo7ement. ..4lO Ladies' 6cld Watches : : $15 to $200 Gentlem:n's6cld Watches 535 to $300 Hess & Culbertson JEWELRY CO, Cor. Sixth and Locust Sts. BiniiiiiuminiiiiidimiiinuiimnHiimnmniniiiiiL'Buinumimiinraimmiiinuimiiiitnnii (limnHic h IXLbeolbenlRulc"! H of the telephone Don't ask to use jrour neigh- bor's Bell telenhone. but have one of Tour own. IIIIIMUU Zbe Cost is within easy reach of everyone. Contract department, J 3525. 920 live Street. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiuinniiiiiiiiranwniiniitunimHiiiniiumnmimniiiMiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiire STILL C0ND AT CHESS ayers Will Xow Try for Ice Position in the Tournament. test for second place In the ca ts tournament at the Missouri flub Is becoming Interesting. rts have expressed their vleirs lat the place position. lies be- i and Schrader, tbe two local lth round mis played yesterday ature match, between Marshall was won by tbe former, wbo tie lead with seven games won inany played. and Elsenbers played, but the not finished, and should the ho will co ahead '-of Jufld. fleet credit for drawn games un- y off to decide. proved too much for Judd, &1- loeal man played great chess. ted that he will now go straight wins, since be has played e probable winner of the .tour- beat Doctor Schrader. Schwrlt- He drew, Uedeman beat Mlot- fclns of the players' is as fol- TVpn. Lest. Drew. ...... .-...-m....?... iA Q . Vt. f ....... 4-1 BJader V Profrrajane Postponed, SPECIAL. v eb Oct. 13. The conrsinr nleet postponed because of the continued W Tie sky Is clear to-n'gnrand the treats will be pulled cE to-morrow. , ( .3 :S .2 " 1 . 0 JCSIOIt LEAGUE. Choctnvm 3, aiobarrks 2. The following scores were made at the Cres cent alleys: CHOCTAWS. Name. C. M. 1 S 3 4 5 Tl. Av. Dowllns 4 H M 52 41 2 35 JIT 13 1-3 iori ( w (i c (i .is 34 :i: 43 :-; Fiher ....... 7 T. SJ 3.1 36 4S 5S 3 47 Gelshorn E 1! El tl II M (1 :SI I! 4-5 Hlrsch 11 11 71 IS M W 14 33 a 4-5 Totals S 107 ISO 200 ITS 24 XXC 48 1-35 MOHAWKS. Name. CM. 1 3 3 4 E Tl. At. Ileber 4 35 48 33 45 CO 44 ZO. 45 1-5 Mack .. 4 32 37 M CI S6 51 ; 49 Eayer 7 17 41 S3 33 SI 39 33 4 3-S Whlefler ....4 ; IS ;i i: (i 3 s -4-5 Gibson 7 19 Si 3S 4J 43 It 337 4S 2-Z Totals 3S 122 139 210 3M 3M 30 11SO 45 10-35 Honarchs 3, Fontinca 2. The followlns scores were made at the Acme allejs: ' ' MOXARCIIS. Name, a M. 1 3 3 4 S Tl. A-v. Ca'nwr - 7 IS II K H I! 3 :M 49 1-3 Campbell ....13 ; 31 40 41 E2 44 3B 40 3-5 Tfreundl ch .. 6 34 S7 50 40 U El 317 42 3-J ttehmeier .10 u 5S M 51 SS rn 52 3-5 Arnold .. . 5 16 41 53 W 4J 10 254 50 4-S Totals . -41 10 20S 350 242 XX 273 USS 47 13-35 PONT1ACS. Name. C. M. 1 2 3 4 S Tl. At. HcCall ."7 16 40 36 43 6S 2 23s 47 3-5 Allen ...... 13 33 37 42 32 3J 39 178 3S 3-5 JyaU S 37 54 47 41 4 43 236 47 1-1 Xuroellua ....12 31 4 36 44 43 "SI 334 44 4-5 Miller 8 33 43 M 30 50 65 3 49 4-5 Totals 45120 3lT2U Is! 345253 IS 45 JIATJPT COCKED-HAT LEACCE. Arllngrtons 3, BncJ.s 3. The fnUowIac scores were made at the Haupt alleys: BUCKS. C. M- 1 2 3 4 3 TL Ar. .. 7 33 41 47 45 4! 40 239 4J i'- ., 35 32 4 Jr. 41 41 23 45 J-5 o J i ,w. 4 J Z ZIO 43 Name. Calmer .. Parmalee Toimx ... Conina. , 4 8 to 4440.3:1 72-S BOWLING. nsn.ee. n. leagce.. olceea 4, Snaltarrops 1. c Club alleys: CUEIXOKEES. an. 1 t 3 4 IT Tl. Ar. .7 SO 41 39 44-40 40 204 40 4-3 , 7 X 39 43 42 32 44 1S2 38 2S L 3 41 45 ;iS 3 2.S 41 3-5 ,. 38 35 43 3J M 19 190 3S 5 34 47 55 CO 40 57 20 43 4-5 103 23S 2 S 3H IOC 41 U-237 ENATTAWOPS. C ?L 1 S 3 4 3 Tl. AT. .S-S34 41393940133-33S-3 . S 40 37 41 IS ,37"- IS 199 39 4-3 ... .. 30 30.39 30 30 150 30 k 4 35 40 61 44 30 38 303 40 S-3 JiansTjnsszcK 31 134 133 ZU SB 167 171 937 "3S 7-25 nUianas 3, 5eaIoirs S. SENIOES. C JI. 1 i . I J K. Tl. AT. ,9 40 40" 7S 3 40" 3T "1S3 37 0 O30X03030Z0 150 50 .M 43 40 31 S3 S3 33 175 35 2 31 K 42 33 1 2G 322 4C2-5 . S 47 33 43 54 30 306 41 1-5 .35 161 1SS 1M 1S3 214 1C0 S3S 3717-33 LOCISIANAS. n-M.1 5 3 4 5 Tl. AT. B. t 36 54 34 31 46 44 20J 41 4-5 f. 3 41 7 .3J 45 3) 61 1X4 36 3-5 9 35 44 31 24 41 29 195 19 28 S3 4J 33 44 51 219 43 4-S 7 22 46 44. -37 42 57 326 43 1-5 .22 162 21 IK JSS 303 232 103 -41 3-23 IX It. C. TESeifi LXLkGVE. fOUTM 2, JJOTBCS 1. nr scores were mule at the "West- Qeys: B. E. 1 " 1 S Tl. Ay. k ic a it itA -irrr L i ii Jm iflc jm l-e i ' . 4 IS 85 10O T16 331 100 1-3 .4 8 ltlilSJ-lC 437 115 3-3 . S X WJO 17 457 J 3-3 J.....23 P SSSa 68S3S27 12$ T-13 3 POURS. ' B-E. 1 'S .3 TL AT. 2,.... 2 12 132 198 137 457 152 1-3 "..... 2 30 97 115 101 313 104 1-3 .... S S 150 119 178 417 129 I.... 3 8 142 IS 126 454 151 1-3 L.... 3 3 153 161 123.443 147 Totals 33, 133 3 343 25! 23J 205 112 25 AELTNGTONS. , - Name. CJt 1 2 3 4 C TL At. Dlekoelte ..10 .23 64 41 40 49 43 235 47 Brower .... 7 X 47 37 S3 51 41 22S 45 3-3 Wilson J 31 45 42 36 29 227 45 3-3 Klreher 32938593337 47 314 424-5 Sumner 8 17 43 O 47 42 41 225 43 Totals 33 122 23 233 214 310 214 1123 43 4-23 Ilanpta 3, Pikers 2. The following scores were made at the Hacpt alleys: PIKERS. Name. C. M. 1 3 3 4 5 Tl. At. Hatdlna. .... 9 27 67 41 33 36 33 208 41 S-3 Sulllran 62S4342SS40ES23Sf73-5 lllldebrand. 3 49 2'29 -C 1 27 212 42 3-3 Tlmmerman 7 25 43 40 CO 38 37 21S 45 3-5 Danels C 33 43 45 38 49 33 2u7 41 3-3 Totals .....31 159 238 197 234 224 190 10S3 43 9-25 HACPTS. Name. C M. 1 13 4 S Tl. At. Detchemendy 8 33 41 26 40 45 ES 2M 41 Bradshaw .. 5 31 S3 37 41 40 15 5 43 Lewis 4 25 37 CO 54 49 58 233 47 3-5 White 3 34 41 60 -44 56 28 329 45 4-5 Tarum 9 10 46 63 47 SS 56-250 50 , Total .29 E3 535 233 305 228 333 HE 4612-23 ST. LOUIS TEJCPIX LEAGCE. Slela O, Hart JTra. O. The following scores wre made at the Grand alleys: DIELS. Xante. 12 2 Tl. At. Staples .178 166 179 523 174 1-3 EeysIer .......,... ..Kl 222 163 C3S 179 1-3 Srara .....'.. 136 137 211 484 161 1-3 Nicely .ISO 161 161 517 173 1-3 Cleveland ..... 181 lit 539 176 1-3 Totals ......IJS SC7 S66 2591 173 4-5 HART. JUNIORS. Name. 1 2 3 TL Av. J. Scnllr 141 245 153 493 166 1-3 AllwRys - 146 145 155 447 149 ThKsprcn ..Ill 222 151 511 171 1-3 Kosnt 191 179 183 553 184 1-3 W. Scnllr .189 1IC 193 534 178 X97 J12 2517 I Totals .Defenders 4. "Westerns' 1. -Tbefollowlml 'scores were made, at the West ern It. C alleys: 1 " WESTERNS. Name. C M. 1 2 3 4 3 Tl. AT. Sastlan ... T 5 23 4 43 49 51 237 45 2-5 Mueller ...S4t. 4S 35 47 28 S3 190 38 1111 ...'. 3 33 1 57 37 36 32 133 38 3v Scherzlnrer . S 50 44 2S 40 33 35 173 34' 3-3 O. Amelss. 3 11 45 57 46 55 31 237 47 X-3 ....OS 57 4 "773 S4130S4 13814-15 Totals . 3 MS 3U 226 2S3 191 Kl 1B20 40 ,4-3 DEFENDERS. 'Name, til. 1 2 3 4 S TL At. yth 3 29 61 4J 81 37 45 227 45 2-5 ScbasUan..'4 325130533553735-45 Weber ..-. 7 25 47 33 35 M 47 214 42 4-3 C OchmMt... 7 -38 41 3 34 48 26 193 38 3-5 G. Schmidt... S 18 34 48 S3 43 S3 241 48 1-3 Totals ...3444 224I94 223rO7 24On09 44 Globes, to Piny tlie Xlncaras. The GlobeVvfibplay the Niagaras for a purse cf 8100 next Sunday afternoon at Fporunan-s -Parle Both teams are- among the test Icnown amatear rlnbs In the city, and an excellent game Is looked .far. !j-"aalllllllllH' 1aaaa "aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaf -3333ayB3afJ SBPloWT)EtER HAS IT pTk. jTT BaaaH "" - V -? ST, L, UNIVERSITY 10 PLAY KENTUCKY Teams Will Line Up This After noon in What Promises to Be Fastest Game of Season. DELANEY HOPES TO WIN. Coach of Local Eleven Will Use His Rest Men and Thinks They Will Be Victors C. B. C. at Practice. St. Louis Unrveraty and Kentucky Uni versity will line up this afternoon in what promises to be Uie hardest and best game that has been seen on the local fields this season. The game ulll be plajed on the Stadium field at 2:30 oclock. Kentucky has one of the strongest learns that have ever represented that unUcrsity and has a bright chance of beating the St. Louis eleven unless the latter shows championship form. Kentucky claims the cliampIonshiD of the South for 1W3. disputing Sewanee's title, having beat the team that Sctanee did for the champlonbhip by a larger score. It is reported that the Kcntuckians play a fast, hard game and do not let up from start to finish. iThey have tno of the greatest players in the South in the Yan cey brothers, who work the double pass In open Held and who hae won three fourths of the games plajed by the Ken tucky team. Delancy will play his best men. Captain LInday will be sent in at center, with Ax line on the side lines. Rcber and Silk Campbell will be the guards. Reber Is a new man and weighs 161 pounds, but his placed (rood footbalL Silk ii one of the best guards that have played test of the Milts;ppi. Dlngman and Irwin will plav tackle po sition';. The former played with Michigan last year and has shown his knowledge of the game. Cooper ami Grlflln will be sent in to plav the ends in the first ha'f. but Dflanev can fa"l back on McJlorrow. Sam Campbell and Hobbs. Frankie Howe will play quarter back. He has proven himself to be one of the best dlrecto-s of a team In this sect'on of the countrv Should St Lou's cet within thirty yards of Kentucky's goal posts at any state of the gnme, Howe is apt to send the ball through. Hennerirh will orotiablv cltv full. Kin nev at right half and Ed Pechmann at left half. C. B. C. AT WORK. The two teams at C. B. C. went through a bard scrimmage yesterday afternoon, and Wilbur states that he has prospects of cleaning the schedule liefnre hii team. His men will depart to-niirht for Jacksonville- IU-, where they will play the Illinois State Colleze to-morrow. The team wil oly Lombs'il on October 29. .and altnougn it is reported tmt tris is a strong eleven. C. B. C. p'ayers hae "ot shown any fear. Lombard bcored on Northwestern In a recent rame ind has lost only one out of five games played this reason. LOU DILLON NOT VERT SICK. Bllllnfrs, HoncTer, 3lay Give Mare Complete Rest. Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 19. Reports from the Memphis Driving Park to-day indi cate that the marc Lou Dillon is not dan acrously ill. The sickness which attacked the mare early in the season at Detroit had not apparently affected lurr Epeedjm tll "yesterday's .race. The disease known as "thumps." which has appeared. Is thought to be the after math of fever, she encountered during the summer, and it is not unlikely that Owner Billings will decide on a complete rest from now on. BAXDALL-ItYAX FIGHT CALLED OFF Warrant Sworn Out ! minister Ifnq Desired Effect. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. St, Joseph, Mo.. OcL 19. State warrants were sworn out for Jack Ryan and Eddlo Randall, scheduled to go fifteen rounds in Turner Hall to-night before the local Eagles' lodge, resulting in the bout being called off. The Reverend B. F. Crissman. pastor of the -First Methodist Church, swore out the warrants calling for the arrest of the two. lads. It was the intention to ar rest Xhc principals as they entered the ring, about 10 o'clock. However, tit e o'clock the contemplated action of the minister lecame known. Keither of the warrants was served. Jinn Arbor 72, A. C. 31. O. At .Ann Arbor, Mich. University of illchisan 72, American College of Medicine of Chicago . Oldfleld Won't Rlile Here. E. A. Moross. manager for Barney OldneM. the daring chauffeur, writes that Oldfield nltl not contest in the speed contest at the old Fair Grounds Sunday afternoon. Oldfl.ld Is booked to ride at New York Brighton Bach October 22 and will then make his trip to the coast. WEDS MISS MARY DULANEY. Robert Stockton 3Iitchell of St. Lonis Is Married. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Bowling Green, K, Oct. 19. Miss Mary Dulaney of this city and Mr. Robert Stockton Mitchell of St Louis were mar ried this evening at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Cecil Dulaney, on State street The bride wore a white crepe de Chine with a veil. The attendants were JIM Katberlne Mitchell and Miss Annie Fore Hines. The. ceremony was performed by the. Reverend TVlIBam Irvine of the First Presbyterian Church Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell departed for St Louis, where Mr. Mitchell holds a position with the Terminal Asocla.lon. He- was for years Adjutant of the Third Kentucky Regiment The bride Is a member of one of the oldest families In this part of Ken tucky, and Is noted aU over the State for her beauty. MRS. LAURE SEEKS HUSBAND. Disappeared October 4 and She Appealed to Police to Locate Him A telegram from Cincinnati. O- last evening said that a letter bad been given to tbe police in that city by Mrs. Pauline Laurc. who said that she had been living at the Lincoln Hotel In St. Louts, in which she sal J: "Please help me find mv hus band, and if you do you will be saving a Ufe." Mrs. Laure then returned to St. Louis. She said she was married to Arihur M. Laurc a year ago. and that tbev were to have cone to housekeeping October 4. On that day le went to select the furniture and has not been seen Mnce. She went to Cincinnati to locale him. but did not suc ceed in her search. Clnli Women Elect OOlcer. REPUBLIC SPECIAL- Springfield, Mo.. Oct 19. The third an nual meeting. of the Sixth District Mis souri Federation of Women's Clubs closed here to-day after a. very successful ses sion. Officers for the year were elected as follows:, jPresldent. Mrs. S. P. Bradley. SprlnsneM; vice-president, Mrs. Farrer of Lebanpq; secretary. Mrs. Florence Hines of West Plains The meeting next year wlU3Je heidat West Plains. 'tJi " .i, -CIWI;EnrIncer n Ilankrnjit. AJroluntary pctitioa in. bankruptcy was thed yesterday In the United States Djs trtotj; Clerk's office by V. S. Mackllnd. a civil engineer, living in Mineral Folnt, Washington County Mo. The petition named AV. D. Boyce or Ui'o W. D. Boycc Engineering Company of SL Louli as the principal creditor, to whom Mackllnd .ewes a Uttlo more than 13,K, NATIONAL LIVE-STOCK EXCHANGE MEETS TO-DAY. Delegates Will Be Welcomed to WorliI'M Fnlr by Prenldent Francis Social Proernmme Arranged, Three hundred delegates to the annual convention of tho National Live-Stock Exchange will meet this morning at 10 o'clock In Library Hall for a three days' session. The delegates represent the stock cs cluinges of sixteen of the most Important live-stock ceiters of the country, and the memberhlp handles practically the whole of the live-stocl: business of the United States. The wives and daughters of the delegates will accompany them, and it is expected the total number of visitors will be more than l.COu. President Franc's will deliver an ad dress of welcome at the opening session to-day, and the response will be made by J. Van Norman of Milwaukee. In the afternoon an automobile ride has been pljnncd anj In the evening the party will be given a Liunch ride on the lagoons. Friday evening at S o'clock a reception will be glien at the Illinois State building in honor of the delegates. The exterior of the bullJlng and the lawn will be bril liantly lighted with vari-colored globes and the Interior will be decorted with flowers and plants. Governor Richard Yates of Illinois and Mrs. Yates and Major Roll.i Welti and Mrs. Wells will b" guests and in the receiving line. Dan cing will follow the reception. DECKER BOODLING CASE WITH THE SUPREME COURT. Slate AdmllM That Cnuie Should Ilcersr.l. anil Asks That It lie Remanded. lie Jefferson Citj", Mo., Oct 19. The case of Louis Decker, former member of the St Louis House of Delegates, contlcted of boodHng. was submitted on briefs In the Supreme Court to-day. Neither side made arguments. The court will probably pass on the case within three weeks. The Attorney General admitted in his brief that the case should be reversed and remanded because the information was not verified, but the attornejs for the de fendant contended in their brief that the case should be rerrsed and not remand ed. This is tho point the court must de cide. Rescued by 1'lrctncn Froiu Lake. Company No. 3S of the Fire Department was called out jesterday to rescue Henry Klas-nc from the recently drained lake at Hashagcn's Parle In an attempt to capture a large cat fish, he fell Into the mud, and, despite the efforts to rescue him, he continued to sink until the alarm was turned in. The fire man pulled him from the mud with a rope. RIVER NEWS. Rise and Fall of Iie RlTcra Fcr 1 hours catling at 7 a. in.: St. Louis. Oct. 19, WH. . Stations. Danger.Gauge.Cbansc PitUburj: 23.0 6.0 -0.3 Parkersburs C6.0 3S 0.T Cincinnati mo h.3 ,i LoalsMUf? ...... a.O 2 5 0.0 NasnvlIIe .0 6.S O.o Chattanooga .. 3J.0 ! 0.0 Florence 16.0 -0.7 0.0 JohnFcmtlle Cl.O -0.7 -0.1 Eansi.le 25(1 1.3 ),i ht. Taul ii.o c) 0 0 Dubuque o 8.1 iij' DaiMiport 15.0 5 8- 0,3 KtokUK 15 0 4. y Hannibal 13.0 . Ufuucstun-TL ,... ir.c - .... .. ' Orafton , 23.Q .... ,.; Omaha .. .1 u.c Kan-an City ., 21.O 6.3 -o.l tilasjeow 15.3 .... .... Itoontill' ... 20.0 6.0 00 Hermann Zi.Q , 5.7 -o.i St. Louis 35-0 " S.C -0.1 Chester ., T-0.0 6.1 -o.i. Cairo 4-.0 7.0 -01 Mrmphls rjj.o 3 4 -0 - IJUI Hock ..... rj.O 5.9 -0. VlcksbUTK 45 0 5.S -O.S Shreeport 3.0 o.z -o.i .New Or If ana i$.o 4.3 -o.i F.lse. -Fall. EDWARD 1L BOWIE, Local Forecaster. River Forecast. The rivers in the St. Louis district will rt naln stationary or fall slowly during the next 43 hours. Rlrer anil ItaHinea. The harbor caujre seeterday showed 6fi feet, or a fall of .1 of a foot It the last Ci hours. Business alcnc the lvee yesterday was light. The weather was fair and moderate. To-Dnr' Weather. Partly cloudy, with showers to-day; cooler, southerly wind, shifting to brisk northwest tonight. Arrivals. Spread Hasle City of rroIdnce Corwin II. Spencer '. Departures. Snread Kazle Grey Eaglo Mcncy India Olren , Kpnrcdr Sucker 7ce con in 11. fcpencer ., -Alton ..Excursion ..Excursion Grafton Peoria KeoKulr Hamburg Jefferson City ... ..Metnnhlft ,.7;xCTirIcn City of Providence Excursion Arrivals To-Day. ?rnad Eagle Alton Care (ilrardeau Cherur Cane Girardeau .... City of JroWdeucr , Corwin 11. fcpenccr , Departure To -Day. Spread Eagle Corwin II. Sneneer CHyof Providence , ..Commerie ..Excursion .Excursion ...Grafton .Incursion .Excursion IMvcr RIalto llrcvltle. The Chester will arrive from Can Girar deau and way landincs to-day and depart for the yam" points at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon. The Stacker Lee departed for Memphis jes- terdav nfftrnnCn with n c-rWl list nf t;i"vnrers and a fair vc z sign men t of freight. Tho Grev Eairle de Darted for Peoria and way landmen yesterday with a larjre number of reuxmintr world's Fair visitors ana a goo trip cf freight. M The Kennedy departed yesterday for Jef ferson City and Missouri Elver points with her usual ecod consignment of freUht. , Certain Tom Cook, formerly mafiter of the Ilrhthone lat Joypnh Henrv. called rn Jac- retarv Drown at the pilots rooms esterday Cook came direct from San Francisco. vhre l ua entertained bv lurfcr vllllj.m l. Drown of tbe leomer J. If. Corcoran. lie is Usitlmr the Fair. The Cane Girardeau will arrhe from Com merce to-dav and depart for the same place to morrow at 4 O ClGCK. Mrs. James Ofborn. wif of th Diamond Jo Line's aecnt at Davenport, return to her honv last nlxbt aftir havimc isited the World s fralr for seerai davs. ywrerdav in Place of th Belle itf" Calhoun. wttn a goou inn 01 inisstncera ana rreiixnt re ported, Tho Spread Easle will make her rwrular trip to Grafton to-daj. leaving ut 3 o'clock. Captain Cfcarle 51. Datls of Roslrn, Wah.. has returned from Pittsburg, where he visited his dauzhter. Mrs. Laura Pratt, lie ira fnrrl a iIlot from thL" rrt. hut i rvinr enrscetl In ranching and minim? at Kolyn, Tbe Corwin H. SDeccer made hor usual er. cutsion tritr reKerdar with a fair crowd in attendance. Pilot Arthur Miliar driarted en th V.nn. dcrer for ilemthl esterdav momlnr. h. c Partee has Men enxagea to pilot the Chaner-ona to sonthern waters Saturday. The Citv of Providence still continues In the dallv excursion business with her chare of good patronage. CaDtaln J. C Dulv of Clinton. Tn i1v.ifn and builder of the Cnaperone. Wanderer- and nouscouais Dtuuuicr m i n ana x roreier. tbe Dleacure boats ownd br Messrs. J. srri r "Laran. was a visitor at tbe Pilots" Association ruvms yeics-ojf uuu icluiucu 11 m nome last night. -A. C Campbell, a World's Fair virttm- mr his brother. Captain Dave Campbell of St Lonls. iesteruav lor tne xirst ume in tu-mv. clsht years. Xly Tclccraph. REPt'nLIC SPECIAI Vicltsburz. Mhac.. Oct. 13. Gaurt- rpn.iT -. feet, a fall ft .5 The Rlle of th Urnda l du from Greenville. Twentv-flvp aT her thirtv irtrito laborers, who wev Irnported frcm Chlcaco, Jrnnped at Greenville their first trip. The labor- prooiem j cipwinc rnous -witn tne steamboat fraternity- Tbe imperial U docdowrv Weather cloudy. - Memphis. Tcnn., Oct. I?. Kivcr ctanfis 2,4 I '" is ' ' fiMM Hbk(avv i ZJ I y I 1 SUPERO ifi PROOF OF ITS RECOGNIZED BITY AEID POPULARITY ANNOU5.CER3ENT IS MADE THAT, COM RilEClNG FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1904 WILL BE RUN IN TWO SECTIONS BETWEEN AND CHS Each section of this magnificent train will be complete in itself, consisting of COMPOSITE CARS, COACHES, CHAIR CARS, CAFE ASV DIX1XG CARS, PULLMAN OBSERVATION' PARLOR CARS. Ample room for all on THE HANDSOMEST TRAEV IN THE WORLD. i NOTE THE TIME CARD OF FOUR MATCHLESS DAILY TRAINS: "The Alton Limited" "Prairie State Express" "Palace Express" Midnight Special" Leav St. Louis 10:00 A. M. 12:02 Noon 9:00 P. M. 11:40 P. M. Arrivt ChicagB 5:00 P. M. 8:02 P. M. 7:15 A. M. 8:10 A. M. LVJ&UK TICKET OFFICES: portation Building CITY OFFICE PHONES: - Sixth and Olive Streets, Union Station and Trans- in World's -Fair Grounds. Bell, Main 1024; Kinloch, A 1776. feet, a fall of .Z in the last U hours. Tbe J. VT. Harbin dtparteJ at 11 a, m. for Arkansas niicr. with a cca trip. The Delta departedat 5 p. ra. for vlckrture. with a Kxd trip. The Sadie Lea departed at 5 p. m. on her flret trip of the season in the O. K. Landing trade. The City of St. Joeph departed at a:30 x. m. for O. K. Landlnc. The Geor;!a Lfe departed at 0 p. m. for Cairo. The Aldj. Just oft of the ways at Taducah. arrHcd at noon to-day. She Bre into the lle-nphls and Fult n tride. The Lucille Nowland arrhl last nlsht from Ar Kacsas Ittver and has Iain up for the present. Tbe Government steamer Search was in port to-day. Receipts bv river to-day -were 4J. bales of cotton and 1.53 sacks cf cotton seed. Grand Tower. 111.. Oct. 13. Idler down at 5 a. m. Chester down at S:30 a. m. Cap Girar deau up at 6 a. ra. Chester up at 2:30 p. m. The sauce reads !.S feet and falling. Weather ekar and pleasant. Chester 111 . Oct. 13 Gauce 6 S feet and fall ing. Weather fair and mild. Chester down at m!dnl?ht. Cape Girardeau up at S p. m. Ches ter due up. nurllngton. la. Oct. 19 Rher ! feet :'i Irches aboic low-water mark, a ns of u Inchts since Ias.t report. AVeatlir clear and coole-. alter a heavy rain. The Clol-e. In and out. The 3. S. ill go Into the excursion busi ness at New Orleans during the winter. LVanHle. Ind.. Oct. 1?. River 1.7 foot; fall Inc 1'artly cloudy and warmer. Cincinnati. O . Oct. 13 River 1.4 feet: station-try. Two departure". Clear and warra.- Loulsvllle. Ky.. Oct. ?. River stationary: In canal. ZS feet: cr f.-.ll?. 1 3 foot; locks. :.o feet. Clar. Cape Girardeau. Mo. Oct. 13. Chester down at 7 a ra Departed on return at 20 a. m. Iller en a stand. Weather cloudy and threat ening. Cairo. Ill . Oct. 1 Cause reads 7 feet, show lns a fall of .1 cf a foot durinc th" last ri lour. Weather partly cloudv and ccol. The Peter Lee departed for Mempbli nt 12SQ a. m. The Wanderer arrived from St. Loots nt 1 p m. and cleared for Memphis at : p. n. The Her mann Taepekc departed down the river nt 1 p. m. The Beater arrited from the Lower Mis sissippi at 5 p m. with tow of lumber. STEAMBOATS. Lownn jiississipi'i. FOR NEW ORLEANS. STR. CORW.H H. SPENCiR Will leave from foot of Locust st. on or about WEDNESDAY. OV. 2, IS SOON. Limited number of passengers and nlsb-class freight taken. H. W. BItOLASKI. Oenl. Act. HUNTER BKS JENKlNfa. Com. Alt. Telephone Main 119. ST. LOUIc, CHESTER, CAPE GIRARDEAU LINE. STEAilEl: CUE&TLR will leava wnarTcoat. foot Pine st. Tuctdavs. Thurfiays and batur days. 4 D. r- .for Cape Ulrardeau and wst landlnrs. Special excursions onlv S1.00 for round trio includlnz meals and berth. Phone Bell ma n 45A- Klnluch A IIS. JNO. B. MAEsE.NOALfc.. Alent. rppnn jiississippi. EAGLE PACKET COMPANY lOtk.al . .. yi-i 1 or cuje tSlrnnlcnn anil Commerce, Steamer Caoe Girardeau, every Mootfay and Friday. 5 v ".r S round trip, ILLINOIS RIVER 1-or Iii4-i .. fnteruueuiuie l'olati, Steami Grev Earle. every WedovvUr and Mturday. 4 p. ra, Fioin dock tout of Vine et. Phoor llala S3 Kla 1WC H W L.EYHU. Aceau LEE LINE STEAMtRS TO MEMPHIS SSBia Meals and berth Included. Cheap freight ana passenger rales tr Chester. Grand Tuwer. Cape Girardeau. Cairo. Memphis. Helena. Hot Snringr. Vlcksburg and Pine llluff. RKES LEK. Friday. October 2U Z v. m. PETTKRS LEE. Tuesday. Oct. 2Z. S p. m. STACKER LEE. Friday. Oct. 3. S p. m From wbartboat. foot cf Olive st. Phones Main l'XS.U Kinloch A Tit. Wrn-EJUMtz. Com. Act. D M.Connors. GeruArt. Dr. L. H. Meyers We are Specialists for Diseases and Weaknesses of MEN and MEN ONLY. We know just what we can do, and we have such firm confidence in our NEW METHODS and TREATMENT that we are willing to cure our patients under an absolute Guarantee of NOT A DOLLAR UNTIL. CURKO. WE HE AM THIS M0IT EMPHATICALLY. IT IS FOB T0U-F0R EVERYBODY. 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The high est scores to-day resulted a. follows: Profession al: first, John S. Eoa of Chicago, scored IC out of a possible 1T3; cond. Hcihl of Alton. UJ oat of a possible IS. High score, amateur: tint, A. L llclford of llason City, 1M out of a pos sibl IS: second. James A. Grores of Jacksorf tllte. XX oat of IS: third. TV. T. Crals of Jack sonville. II. A. fcnell. LitchlWJ. and T. Stover of Mount Zlon tied. corlns; IS out of a pos sible n. Twentj-flve shooters from throoghoat the State were present- DIAMOND JO LINE STEAMERS. For Keokuk, lona.-snd Intermediate Points. STEAJIKH sIDXEV. Etery WedrKJKlar and Saturday. 4 o. ra. For Dooiwne. luwa. acd Int rrod!ate Polnta. TEiEn oiinuauc Leases Tuesday October Sw 4 n. m rrotn foot of Wasblneton srp rioac Ualn SlITA. ISAAC r. LUSK. Gen. Act. Sale Ten Million Boxes a Year. S)dORdJd 104 " 25c;50cr CANDY CATHARTIC U PREVENT ALL BOWEL us 15 SO a on FOR rs. Vycppt 1 It I IK. ad m 'on ?d -SF MX pi SalK'feSgagBfac )f.:&Mi-&zs. AS&S&ii