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fif-t Ts-,vy "-- " -' -J?'j j-Jz-? V'-if -A -fv- 'a-iO''iS ;' SprwnjSSPpjs4-'-y--' ;'- -r ' s-'$rif ---- '21 -- -m , SI 1 THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1904. 11 "1 F" I m litiHHHIH I"J JS! sessi-.Ssss n- .n "rasssBBBBBBBBBasVa a. ji' o. f COACHES AT YALE ' NOT DISCOURAGED ALL HAVANA 2 -TllJ M Choicest Havana Tobacco ExpertCuban Makars Mr. Santaella and his celebrated Panama on every box of the genuine. A. SANTAELLA &. CO., Makers, Tampa, Fla. FRITZ & SONS. ST. LOUIS DISTRIBUTORS. C RABOTEAU & CO., DRUGGISTS OF THIS CITY, GUARANTEE Iff ELMO" ACTARIN MS Marvin Clair ran a bye. Semifinals Adertlter, Wars of Fortune rn a be. In tlie final Wave of Fortune won from Ad- mlwtr. TJTJI? will now have a chance to rest up until Thursdar and Friday, when the Waterloo will be run. This .take will be particularly In. terestlng, a It represents the championship. Despite Defeat by West Point They Believe Team Will Yet - Regain Supremacy of Gridiron. HARVARD FUTURE NOT BRIGHT. BOWLING. " s Rrvt !e i i S J Because It Is the most -wonderful discovery of the day, and from ex perience know that It is a remedy oi unusual merit FOR THE CURE OF ALL DISEASES OF THE Stomach, Heart and Nerves. Their personal' knowledge of the many people who have used the v remedy with great benefit prompts this guarantee otter to refund the money to all "who purchase a box of this preparation containing 100 doses for $1.00 and are not satisfied with the benefit received from its use. " Anyone suffering, from any disease ot the Stomach, Heart or Nervous System should try a box of this medicine. The guarantee insures results if ft'tails, your money is refunded. . PAUCE TEPIX LEAGUE. feffersona 3, Tailor. O. The following scores were made at the Pal ace Alleis: jEFFcnsoxa Name. B. H. 1 2 2 Tla, Av. JJcCrath 1 10 14S Ml J57 433 Hi 1-1 Kroeacr 2 10 157 147 133 4M MS 1-3 Zanrle 3 US 145. 174 43 151 1-1 JJaldecker 1 I 148 168 IK 487 lii S-3 Klockman C 4 17J 153 1(C 4S4 154 2-3 Totals . 15 IS TO 771 TAILORS, n. B. 1 2 3 14 13 S7 6 10 183 1M 14 111 103 t 13 128 191 S 15 1M 13 Totals S Nome. Shapiro ... Lcwlntlky Ab&scn .. Lewintbal uavin 7 S2S4 150 4-15 3 Tls. Ar. 103 324 1 134 36o 121 3-3 157 441 147 124 353 117 3-3 115 343 114 1-3 Ml Kl KM USB 111 11-11 Union Sodaa 3, Kent Colts O. alleys: UNION SODAS. Name. B.Q 1 2 3 Ameling 5 1 IN 1st 152 Gerhauser ....... 4 2 193 154 157 Heldbrlnk t E 1(3 111 111 Klockmann 1 189 157 218 Witter 3 t 175 214 118 ST. LOUIS DOG FETISHES FIRST.- fir J. J. aVstwla'a "Wave of Fortune Cap ture William Barke Cap Stake. UWUBUU SITS3CUI . J STMBd. J4ea, ucx. z. me coursing meet eoBtlBMsi total drawing' card. A taiga orewd waa out this afternoon to witness Ura fjmati of the William Burks Challenge Csj Stake. In the- final. Wave of Fortune, ,eiraed'by J.' J. Lavin of 6L Louis, won from AOrtrtimr, owned bjr I. E. Com of Aaparta. Kaa. - TSHt wnra ujv wmm tx us sveona rvuua; FatkSBoar. WUsob Allen. Tlotor. ia.:'Pae MB. lasarjaoCaitr " Mclnemy, Chicago; BUI LDssJaaTwlsKJB AUV Victor, la.; iSlia. 3. la. Kitrnn. Parsons, Kaa.- Whita Hat, a. ml; AOTviuaer, ju. uom. An- kHH. J0M, . MA nuji. MWT ntUUMUUt lj Fatooas up. D. K. carter. Cottonwood uhob." wu. a. mvin, jsaLie, i. u. ocrjamr, Bottoa. Neb.: . Q. g-" CZdoaco: Barefoot . Allan. Victor. la.; Troobleaome. i ADsb, Vlctopl.: au-, Peter. 1L Nn- km.; wan ot, jforxune, j. j. ; WMtsoal. J. Busnu, SabeL ta-M. mutest. Btnttaart. Kaa.: p. K. Carter, cottonwool Falls. uxxoa, uiuasn. ider. Bfll Docan. Korth- AorerUsar. CWtJc Limerick BeO. m at wtuiia. sfarwls-Oalr. ailro " . - iiiilhsi. jvonsera jhl.ii mm, .win of Fortnos. Karrln Clair uhis arawD. wan or orujrja. KSJf I S.i '(a.; 'oe udtm I -Wto-Ti Am fSrik at I gj MP? I tlCissii?P af as ssssnKjBssst sssan,ar. wSSBllal aV .9 'tii iSbii rail i hi -1 ser -1 iss-rar VI i ma at saw: aaiao I , , 43 - si 1 a Tl. At. 158 1M 1-1 (3 173 1-3 510 170 M 1S1 1-1 647 1 1-3 ITS 7-1S Totals 2(18 HI 12 S5J KT7 KCK.VS ooivrs. Name. B. E. 1 2 X TL At. Cota 4 t 144 1SJ 158 431 19 2-1 Manon 1 7 in 154 153 CDS lit 1-3 MlnjCM , 1 14 134 Va 433 1M 1-1 Melnnardt 1 7 141 1(0 170 486 155 Comer 1 E 180 157 151 491 ie Totals .15 33 117 1H 711 SKI 1JJ 7-15 XadUona 1, palaces 1. UADISONS. i Kane. 13 1 Randel .138 111 150 Batneriand ..158 124 132 Itllker .135 153 141 LAUtt i.. Ill 171 144 Conner ..II7 114 m Eidr'ws.iwM..Mn..ia 157 in XL At. 4C3 151 1-1 413 137 1-3 423 143 438 144 ,-, 364 121 1-1 457-151 M Totals at 111 S2J SO lttll-U J?ALXCBB OF BT. LOUIS. TL At. 27 11 14 no its 478 151 2-1 111 1(9 1-1 114 171 1-1 HI 1(2 1-1 111 111 Id 18 126 12 101 141 Name. 13 1 A. Schmltt ........127 ... 170 J. Schmltt ........17 ... 1(1 it. Kern ..ISO 141 111 Amellnr 144 ... 177 -Witter ....1M 179 190 Sturtl ..14 ... IM Nlenans in ... Blackmor 19 ... Waldecker IK ... Schaefer .... 101 ... Totals Ill la Ml S7M 111 12-11 SEARS LEADS IX SHOOTKO. A Otrt f or AsiliBia as of Aathtna In lb world tsskilrytotbaonecreatecxetlut jJ-swTwr tdst. Dr. Bodojbh Schrffmann's iii-ssi O ilssnal ptcbrm BUraolea, sas. Mm m. opeasBBr, aaw vezinoni WssBjsvTbMsV.O, sys: "Arthmahai ? MsagiisBBitrSytjari, BnUlLut v'ssasstasa'ssssVsss4to , jsj tt.m wptm fcalf tha time gasp- Doctca sWimedtagiTa no r.sa4X felt there was no i? wkM m drnr elk recom risttsasCara. Ita afltc. i agia (kiaayleta nllaf in mStolax.n StoUVran rmttfm at S0e and fton sskita Bssap ioDE. R.8eWffmaaa,Box ,St Pal, JClnafoc a free sample Scores ST Points Oat of m Possible One HaMdred. BIdney Sears led the members of the 8t Louis Revolver Club la their shoot on -the police range tut night, making a total 'of 87 out of the poeglWe 100. Doctor M. R. Moore and Charles ueller tied for second place with a total of 84. W. I Schrader-was a close third, with 83. The scores: Sj E. Sears. 87; "possible 100; Doctor M. R. Moorey -M; Charles Mueller. 84; IT. L. Bcbxader, S3; O. R. Van Kleeck. 7T: Ray Frese. 77; L. A. Fassett. 77; C. C. Cross rnan, CS: Paul Frese, : A. BurmeUter, J; T. P. Ford. B: It BurmeUter, 51; A. BVLelrurer, 41; Fred Blel,-3; Paul Meen- XZAQARAa DEFCAC GLOBES. Tstfret Asutiai Chantplonahlp In Last Game of the Season. TheGloljes-Iost their only game of the season Sunday, and with it went the am-. tear cbamplooehlp of. St. Louis. Tbo vie-' tors were the Nlat-arair. who until Sunday were.sharinc championship honors of St. Louis. Wanis. In the box for the Globes, was not in ronn .and waa hit at will. The score was to, S. Oat of thirty-three games played this season; the Globes lost only one, and that was to the Nlagaraa. XCLLODT DEFEATS JACK CKEEFE. "Boston Receives Decision at End of the Tenth Round. Chicago, Oct St. Honey" Mellody of Boston received the decision to-night over Jack O'Keefe of Chicago at the end of ten rounds, the fight taking -place In the suburb of Blue Island, twenty miles from tha city. Mellody bad the better, of every round and punished O'Kefoe terribly. Several times the bell was all that saved tho Chi cago man from a knockout. I-1 . ssssssi f m assssKa. (S ? & - ! fS' JL Sis Dr. L. H. Meyers Wi an Spteiilisfs for Disusis and Wnkiiissis if MEN mil MEN ONLY. Wi Jnow list what wt can do, an. wi laii sack firiMBfidiici in tar NEW METHODS and TREATMENT that wa are willing to can oar patiints anlor an absilate OaarantH-of JfOr A DOLLAR l Bttl TWiaWtT IsWUTrWUT. IT M IN TM-FM EitlTMtT. Lost Powar Rasiorad fAcCKdlsj tl AglO 14TB fil BAYS. Prlvata Dlaaasaa (RlCEltlj CHtriCrr.) 4 BAYS. VarieaeaTaWititft II QMTItlll) IS TO 10 BAYS, JJ:) Blood Jblson (Id Mircury ir Potuk) 30 TO 9D BAYS. lUlttrMI UMlCn WUUOLM Mw-jnriPs; ! n.iyt, AOTTMvrrro. write, a jwfjm ail TaSIU9 WU '' VrVrt a-BfUTt CmllL All trrtioptav Otflc boaitr-4 av M. JlssPW ft flOVikssB f-Bssl ssssssBasvV sL sT jOsHja. J BBbsbLQi 'sW asTVsskL asaSaBBBBBT 'taBi aBjPjVJBja r. awiw' asslt Ifnumaas. J.-B -:- : IaV l!.3Bl'- ISai',- T - n -:Wi -4J1-V.-V O0sKrUrATlT3H-YRJ.' tr-jm t VBBI 4sssSa altrinlf -eOAsMactUl aju -M " t a,seatafs.i J-to s. Bimaayi. rl.SBl li o. to '12 soon. Dr. L. H. MEYERS L CO.ZCXTX. Tigers Begin Work Behind Closed Gates to Brace Up Weak . Spots Revealed in Sat urday's Game. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New Haven. Oct 2t.In spite of the Saturday's defeat, as tho score of tho -West Point game shows, the Tale coaches are pleased at the eleven's progress, and are satisfied with the strength shown In that game. To-day's work maintained that satisfaction, for the 'varsity defense was excellent, tha strongest scrub eleven be ing unable to keep up a ground-gaining attack. The "varsity offense was good, and the speed waa unusual. The whole practice shoned that the eloven has begun to come forward as a team. The game with West Point showed, how ever, that to play Tale's simple style of football and roll up a safe score there must bo absolute consistency In tho at tack, and that a fumble or fluko Is likely to bo deadly. Failure to keep It up Inces santly will militate against ascoring. Frank A. HIckey continued trying to whip Shevlln. Neal, Hare and Stewart Into form as end rushes. He was assisted by former Captain Charles Gould. Brink Thorno spent all his time on Vecder and Hoyt. half backs. Both men punted to day In a manner that shows promise of a brilliancy in tho big games of Novem ber. All together, the stately program of last week was not halted by the misfor tune, which the Tale men do not worry about. HARVARD BRACES DEFENSE. REPUBLIC SPBCIAL. Cambridge, Maes.. Oct. 24 Harvard be gan to buck up her offense for the Penn sylvania football game next Saturday in her practice to-day. A strong second elev en was organized to meet the 'varsity backs and to urge them to stronger ef forts. The result was that the 'varsity had a hard time gaining with tha ball. Tho practice waa hard and snappy, but tha results were not especially encour aging. The second took the ball on downs twice and the 'varsity fumbled once on the one-yard line. Inside the ten-yard line .the second eleven's defense was stubborn and the varsity had a hard time of it Mills was the only regular back in the game to-day and he did good work. The substitutes. Osborne and Wendell, were poor. At end Randall played a good game, but Lcary was useless. The lat ter did the punting and hia efforts only averaged a trifle more than thirty yards. He Is a pretty kicker in practice, but when he gets behind a scrimmage line he falls off. . Few of the players who were In the Indian game were 'used ro-dajr.-vParkrr had a bad ankle, but will get Into the Pennsylvania game. Parkfnson has a cold and will take a rest for a few days. Nichols banged his arm In falling on the ball to-day and will bo ont of the gamo ior a lew days. Squires, who played right tackle Saturday, was shifted back to Tils posltidn at right guard to-day. Cunniff. who has been out of the game since the early part of the season with a broken bone In his wrist was in the scrimmage again this afternoon. SECRET PRACTICE AT PRINCETON. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Princeton, N. J., Oct. It To-day's practice of tha Tigers was conducted be hind closed gates and proved to be one of tho longest of the season thus far. The work of the 'varsity was. on the whole, encouraging, showlnir marked lmnrove- iment In several respects, especial atten tion oeing given to strenginemng the de fense, which proved so weak In Satur day's game with Lehigh. The results in that struggle might have been very seri ous had Lehigh been even an ordinarily strong team. As it was, the visitors con siderably alarmed the coaches. Improvement was shown at left guard, however, as Dillon Is at last back In the game In Waller's place. Great general relief is expressed at his return, as the part of the line that was formerly to weak will now present a Bolld front The 'varsity offense was, as usual, fair ly good, resulting In one touchdown, though .such a result docs not show up very well in consideration of the fact that tbo halves were twenty minutes each. of the tournament He has failed to win any game In which he played. In tha afternoon Clearwater broke the world's tournament record by making a high run of fifty-nine. This makes tha second record broken at Benson's tourney. De Oro broke the tournament record in a high run of fifty-eight Sherman made a remarkable high run by cendlng fifty-four Ivories Into the vari ous pockets during the game. Last night Eby again displayed his real oallber against Sherman, when he beat the latter by a score of 125 to 88. Eby made a high run of forty-six, while Sherman made a high run of thirty-three. The scores: AFTERNOON GAME. ..Cic?t!r IS U S 14 6 W IS 10 0 14 0 12 1125. Hlsh run 65. which broke record. Hhennan-7 0113050(15151 15 3 0-J1 Wall run (4. ' NIQirr GAME. H1-1 11U14 81I0U1S081UM (-125 Hlxh run 44. Shennin-11 211811530 15-5 14 4 4 0-11 Hlah run 33. Hexeree Van Dyke. To-night Clearwater vs. Keogh. MIItOR LEAGUES IN SESSIOX. National Association Convenes In Rootlne Session at Xevr York. New York. Oct 34 The annual meeting of the National Association ot Baseball Leagues opened here to-day. Representa tives of twenty-three leagues, containing I6S clubs, were present Later In the after noon the National Board went Into ex ecutive session to consider thirty-one dis putes and formally submitted questions. The board is composed otlLH. Sexton of Rock Island. III.: J. H. CRourke of Bridgeport, Conn.; T. H. Murnane of Bos ton: W H. Lucas of Spokane. Wash.; W. M. Kavanaugh of Little Rock. Ark. with J. H. Varrell of Auburn. N. T., as sec retary. To-night the Eastern League gave the visitors a smoker and vaudeville enter tainment To-morrow tho baseball men will be taken on an automobile ride, and Wednesday night President P. T. Powers of the Eastern League will give a banquet for the members. Among the representatives present are: Western League M. H. Sexton. Rock Island; It R. Burke, Denver: Thomas Burns. Colorado Springs. Pacific National League W. H, Lucas, Spokane, Wash. Missouri Valley League D. H. Shlvely, Kansas City. Texas League J. D. Roberts. Corslcana, Tex. Southwestern League E. A. Barnes. Ok lahoma. Others present are Eagcno F. Burke of Ban Francisco, president of the Paclfle Coast Leaguo; Henry Harris, president of the San FrancIco club of the Pacific Coast League: Colonel Ewing. president of the OkLtnd. Cal., Club of the Pacific Coast League: James 8. ilorley. president of tho Los Angeles Club: J. EL Grillo. pres ident of the American Association, Cin cinnati, end George Tebeau. Louisville, owner of three American Association clubs. $100 GIVEN AWAY h To thoroughly istroflnce "Ehinola," the world's greatest shoe polish, and the "Shlnola Outfit," we will irrtaeat to purchasers, 22 prixes of 1W in One prize of $25.00; oneof $15.00; one of $10.00 ; four of $5.00 ; fifteen of $2,00. CONGRESS WILL DISCUSS NEEDS OF THE GREAT WEST. 5.ii-d thT7i, Vbb1 2 Tet-tt , H- MOIM. 100 iUosi la STsrybox. "SsnoiA" lithe most durable and cleanly shoe polish ever known, n Is easily and qnickly applied, water-proof. One shine laiu a week. Go?d for all , black leather. At dealers or by nail. Large box, ioc. It is a pleasure' to shine your , own shoes with i the Shinola out fit Yon do not sou vour hands.' Shinola dauber and polisher are the best ever made ; has lamb's wool surface backed with flexiblo felt; is very durable. If your aeaier can-c snppiy yon, we will eend the outfit complete, Includ ing ocuoer, poiuncr and bhinoia, postpaid, 40c. Axle dealer first. SHINOLA CO. ROCHUTER, N.Y. mw The conditions are simple and easy. Try as many times as yon lUtf. Cut out the pieces and when yon have rhH them together showing the 8hinola Outfit, paste them in this frame, which aunt fit the picture perfectly. Shinola, the World' Beat Shoe PoIIah, Ls sold by all dealers. The Shinola " Shoe Shining Outfit consists of Shinola Polish, Shinola Dauber and Shinola Polisher. A purchase: of Shinola (large box) 10c, entitles you to one chance. A purchase of the complete outfit entitles yon to 5 chances. Yoa get full value for your money and a chance to win geld. You malt send the end of carton end the tissue paper to be entitled tojchaacea. mm ansHsr cvnsiesrra sums ussaw paper is sncissH. INSTRUCTIONS AXUrpasting the pieces In the frame and purchasing abexoi Shinola, yon must enclose with your answer the piece of printed tisane paper to he feand on the Inside of every box- Write yonr address plainly here. Kimr .. .."& JL 'if && '' "- 4t' Tranamlssijtfflppl Sleet To-Day portant Representative In Stoat Ini-Sesslon. The first session of the Transmlssisslppi Congress will convene in Congress Hall this morning at 10 o'clock. The morning hours will probably be consumed with ad dresses of welcome and responses, and the business of the session will be taken up after adjournment for lunch. Following is the programme for the day: Muslo by Well's Bund. Invocation, the llffveretal Doctor Michael Barnham. St Iuls. Call to order. Tom Richardson, Portland. Ore. Address "The Tnuiimlsrtstippt omvnrt Since Its Inception Fifteen Years Ago," R. C. Kerens, prealdert. St. .Louis. Address ot welcome. Governor Alexander 1L Dockery of Missouri. Addre-s of welcome. Preeldent H. H. Wemse ot UierVercnants' Exchange, St Louts. Address of welcome. President David R. Francis. Short responses by rice presidents and dele gates. The following papers will be .presented at the opening session: "A Single Six-Year Presidential Term." Alexander H. RevelL .vice president of the National Business League, Chicago; I ocienuno oiaiesmansnip, a. if. uneiaon, then mail to ca. Should yoa buy the coapletecutt which entitles yen to 5 chances, tear Oil and send with this adTertiiecteat, one end ot the psitebcsrd caricn (in which the dauber and polisher U sold) together with the tissue paper. Dea't pay ever tec for any other shoe palish ; loahnys "Shinola," it is the belt Itlsaclemlypattepclish.qulelc, easyandalwayireads'forlcstant use. True iu the leather and gires a splendid shine, one shine will last more than a week; lao shines in e, bos. Coed for rubbers and all -black leather, from babies' shoes np. Shinola caster and polisher aretnade cf lamb's wool, the best idea ever perfected; don't soil hands. It ii a pleasure to shine your own shoes with this outfit Millions of boxes are being sold. If your dealer csn't sup ply you scud us ioc for box "Shinola" or 40c for the outfit complete, we pay the post V This contest Trill close on the last day of this month. The best 22 answers selected each month will be awarded prizes in order mentioned. Begin at once and send as many anawersas you like. $100 will be given each month. The prizes will be sent as soon after the first of each month as possible, and the names of Employees of this company and their families are barred roro the contest. Address SHINOLA COMPANY, Prize Contest, Rochester, N. Y. AGREEMENT REACHED ON DIVORCE CANON. Guarding .Kansas BENEFIT BOUTS SET FOR FRIDAY Committee in Charge of Enter tainment at West End Club Will Decide on Main Con- . test To-Day. On account of the fact that the commit tee appointed by the West End Club to arrange for the benefit to the families of Detectives Shea, McCluskey and Dwyer, was in attendance at the (uperals of the two officers yesterday, the complete card for the entertainment has nofbeen decided upon. It was agreed, however, that the bouts should be held Friday. Members of, the committee will hold a special meeting to night and all details of the programme will bo agreed upon. At the meeting last evening, William R. Faulkner, Jr., was chosen chairman. J. H. O'Connor waa appointed secretary and R. Lee Klllian waa chosen treasurer. The only bout agreed upon was a pre liminary between Charles Cornwall and Kid Lemel. which will bo an eight-round affair at 142 pounds. A batte royal will will also be. put on and this will bo attended to by Joe O'Connor. The com mittee also decided upon Andy Walsh as referee for the opening bouts. All arrangements arc in tne hands of the committee and entirely out of the control ot the club. Subscriptions for tickets have come in largely already, and the list of club members who have already' sent in their names guarantees a big attendance. The committee decided that-the fighters should receive pay for their services and that no proffers of complimentary bouts would be accepted. The body announced that it desired to have a first-class card In every particular, and that the main event would bo a bout of high class. While the names of several leading fighters were proposed, the principals will not be selected until to-day. Jack O'Brien Is expected to arrive to-morrow evening and be will be Introduced from tbo ring, together with any other boxer of merit about whom any Interest attaches. Lieutenant John E. Wilson of the Ninth District Is In tho hospital at present and may have tc undergo a surgical opera tion. On this nccount he may be unable to appear at the entertainment Friday. SHERMAN LOSES BOTH GAMES. Clearwater Beats Htm la the After noon Eby Wins at Sls-nt. Frank Sherman of Washington. D. C, lost both games In the pool tourney at the Broadway yesterday. In the afternoon Clearwater beat him br a. score,, of 123 io SLwhile Eby beat bim at nlgbttry a score of 123 to 86. Sherman's double defeat puts him out president of the Sheldon School of Sclen 11110 statesmansnip, umcago; Against Flood," F. TV. Flemlntr. City. Mo.: "The Transmisslssinnl Country. Its Friends and Enemies." State Senator IX H. Davidson, Bethany, Mo. The Executive Committee of thu con gress met yesterday afternoon In the par lors of the Inside Inn. Tom Richardson of Portland. Ore., occupied the chair, and the details of the arrangements for the congress, which will be the largest ever held by the organization, were reported and discussed. " LECTURE OS THE PAJVAMA CAXAL. Fair omdals near Address by Barry Bnckley of Washington, D. C. Barry Buckley of Washington, D. C, secretary of the Business Men's League of that city, will deliver a lecture on the Panama Canal In tho space of the Inter national Bureau of American Republics In the United States Government building at the World's Fair at 2 p. m. to-day and to-morrow. Yesterday afternoon Mr. Buckley deliv ered a lecturo on the "Yellowstone Na tional Park" in the Interior Section of the Government building before a distin guished audlenco composed of Fair offi cials, foreign and State Commissioners. Moving pictures are used In this lecture, the photographs being taken by Mr. Buck ley himself. MRS. BOQTn-TUCKETt MEMORIAL. To Be Celebrated at the Fair Next " Friday. Consul Mrs. Booth-Tucker Memorial Day at tho World's Fair has been set for Friday, October 2S. On that date memorial exercises will bo held In honor of this Salvation Army leader, who met death -In a railroad accident several months ago. Members of tho Salvation Army from headquarters In New York and represent atives from many camps all over the country win participate In tho memorial exercises, and to all visitors to the Salva tion Army exhibit In the Palace of Educa tion on "Counsel Mrs. Booth-Tucker Me morial Day" will bo given a lithograph of Mrs. Booth-Tucker. 10x12 Inches in size. Eplsoopal Deputies Assent to the Amendments Adopted by the Bishops. Boston, Oct 24. An agreement on the divorce question was reached to-day by the House of Bishops and the House of Deputies of the Episcopal General Con vention after1 many days of discussion. That section of the canon bearing direct ly on the remarriage of divorced persons which was amended by the Bishops Satur day, was assented to by tho deputies to day and becomes effective at once. It Is as follows: No minister, knowingly, after due inquiry, shall solemnise the marriage of any person who has been or Is the husband or the wife of any other person then living, from whom he or she has been divorced for any cause arUlnc after marriage. But this canon shall not be held to apply to the Innocent party In a divorce for adultery; provided, that before the applica tion for such remarrlaze a period of not less than one ear shall have elapsed after the granting of such divorce, and that satisfactory evidence touching the tacts in the case. Includ ing a copy of the court's decree and record. If practicable, with such proof that the defendant was personally senred or appeared In the ac tion, be laid before the ecclesiastical authority, and such ecclesiastical, having taken legal ad vice thereon, shall have declared In writing that in his Judcment of the case the applicant to the renulrements of this canon: Ided, further, that it shall be within conforms and croTi the discretion of any mlnliter to decline to sol emnise any mamace. The House of Deputies to-day rejected, after a long debate, a resolution to strike out the words "Protestant Episcopal" from the title page of the book of com mon prayer. Both houses havo appointed a joint committee to consider tho advisa bility of electing a presiding Bishop of the church. As president the Benlor Bishop occupies this position, and It Is claimed that the duties are too heavy for an aged diocesan. MARCH UPON CITY COUNCIL Toledo Citizens Protest Against Benewal of Franchises. Toledo, O., Oct 24. One thousand men marched upon the City Council to-night to protest against the passage of an ordi nance granting a renewal of the franchise of the Toledo Railways and Light Com pany for twenty-five years upon a basis of six tickets for 23 cents and universal transfers. The ordinance Is now pending, but was not considered in Council to-night and is yet in the hands of the committee. BRYAN CLOSES TOUR OF OHIO. Tweaty-Oas Makes Record of Speeches In a Day. Hamilton. O.. Oct 21. William Jennings Bryan to-night concluded bis tour of Ohio for the Democratic national ticket with a speech In this city. There were many persons present at nearly every place along the route whero Mr. Bryan spoke and he was enthusiastically welcomed. Twenty-one towns were visited. Ger mantown and FarmersvWe being added to the Itinerary which provided speeches in nineteen cities. Mr. Bryan said he thought the tour was a record on the number of cities visited and the miles traveled In one day. After his addre3 here the Nebraskan de parted over tha Cincinnati. Hamilton and Dayton road. He will reach Toledo. O.. to-morrow morning at SCO and depart for Kendallvir?. Ind.. on the Lake Shore ami spend two days in Indiana. He will make one speech In Kansas City. Mo.. Thursday' night and then return to Nebraska for several addresses In hla homo State. Hearst llearlna" Resumed. New York, Oct 24. Tha hearing bcfor the Intcrestate Commerce cJlumiasIon o-i the charges brought by William Randolph Hearst alleging collusion en the part of the coal-carrying railroad companies l-i fixing and maintaining tre price at tide water was resumed to-day in this city. Philippines Sue Calhoun Estate. A demand for 1337.TS was filed In the Pro bate Court in Clayton yesterday by the Government of the Philippine Islands against the estate of Carson Calhoun. The money is said to bo the amount unex pended by Calhoun out of a fund of Sa.E0O furnished him to bring over a recent del. egation of Filipinos. 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