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tt&J&&Z(Z6iX?m im nr i fllH miXKi THiiwtKifc.ffialiJ; ri;&r?"ir?lvo2r& ' &?- & " -C "? TV 5'53r'2!sy. the st: rouis KEPTJBLIC: ..- lLUHfl "J , NOVEMBER 3, 190$. PUGILISM -Kid Sayera of .Milwaukee and Jack Lowry Battle To-Xight at the West End Club. J POOL -De Oro Beat Jerome Keogli in Hard-Ponght Game by-tie Score of 125 to 120. J KJXJ. J J -I- J-X 1 World's Fair Handicap. v P'ISMKT'C'.'v ti ". --.-.ZTIC-. - . . . "" -t IT i - al tt li'i ii I Hi ? , A I F h f 6 r IT': E r I If ' r.- 1 &' I &A &gp SAYERS WILL BOX TO Northerner Hopes to Be "Vindi cated of Criticism Anent Bouts in His Homo Town. WILL MEET ALL COMERS. States That He Prefers to Fight Under Local Referees and Wants to Meet Anyone at His Weight B TO-NIGHT'S BOXING CAHU AT THE! WEST ESD CLTJII. Maurice Bayers of Milwaukee and Jack Lowry of New York meet In the main event, being carded to bos fifteen rounds at catch weights. Sayera wlU probably have a pound or two the better of tho weight, his 4 manager stating last night, that tho boxer scaled at about 1T9. Jack Flrtle and Ml Tolle arc to go frfx rounds at 128 pounds, wlillo Kid Eilverbcrg and Toung Tipton aro carded to box six rounds at 106 pounds. Johnny Regan will referee- the preliminaries and Harry Sharpo 4 will preside at the main event. f tV To prove that Maurice Bayers of Mil waukee has not received favors from tho hands of referee In his home town and that he Is capable of meeting any man In his .class Is the object of to-night's bout at the West End Club, according to Man ager Dan Clarke, who reached tho city yonterday with tho Northern lighter. Criticism which has followed fights on Saycrs'a port In his homo town has caused the Northerner to muko a tour of the various dues, nghtlng any man of his weight under local referees. Bayers claims that he will thus prove that he received no advantage when lighting at home. "Because we have preferred to box In Milwaukee, where Maunco has a strong local following, verdicts in his battles have often been assailed by the outside sporting element," said Clarke yesterday. "Ana we want u taae on a scries 01 matencs here to show thut the boy has been win ning on his merits. "Wo want to light any good man at our weight US pouncis. Jack McClelland or -any of tho rest of teem can bo obliged with a fight. When wo have cleaned out tho class In other dues. Just as we havo done In Milwaukee, wo will havo shown what the boy can do. "So sore did Bayers get over criticism attaching to one or two of his lights that he let -Abe Pollack referco his bout with Yanger. Maurice gave to Benny the privi lege of picking his own official, and X'ol lack' was named. Wo got the worst of that deal as Bayers beat. Yangcr, but the referee called It a. draw. "Wo intend to take a local referee In every city we visit. As for lighting In our homo town, why shouldn't ic Sayera has a local following that turns out In force for every battle. Wo can get good money ut every fignt, have.no wear and tear of traveling and take no chances of poor houses. We have always allowed visitors to havo an equal choice In naming tho referee, yet wc havo been criticised be cause Sayers has won. "I would rather have fought McClelland than lyjwry, as I believe Jack Is better known here. Yet Lowry is a tough flgntcr to glvo to Saycrs on excellent opportunity of showing what he can do. I think Maurice wul convince a lot of persons to night that he is the most dangerous man "ji his claa" The main ovent of to-night's bout will bo put on at catch weights between the men. Bayers got in yesterday, looking in first-class trim and weighing about 123 pounds. Be is stopping at tho Itozier Hotel and will spend his tlmo to-day In going leisurely through the Fair, as tncre is no occasion for him to reduce or weigh In. .Lowry ha been working at Roth's Grove with Barney Furrey. who will meet Honey McUody next wecK at the West End Club. The preliminaries have been -arranged at which Johnny Regen will preside. Barry Sharpo u to serve at the main go. The preliminaries will start about 1:30 to-raght end the main event -will go on about Ida WasxM Bar De Moines Franchise. ,Dm ltolaea, la.. Not. 2. Jos Caatllllon ar rive! Is Das Moines this ermine tor the ci jm.nim of buying, tho city's franchise and Is team In the Western League. He states that he represents cunsclt solely, and not Tebeau or Boms. Aasoriesui Golfers Beat German. Berlin, Not. S. Finals In the tournament for the golf eaatnplonihlp of Germany were played here to-day. The championship cap was won by Doctor O. O. Walker, an American, with Franklin H. Mason, tbo American Consul Gen eral at Berlin, as mfiser-np. Vail Field Meet at Missouri. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. .Colombia, Mo.. Nov. 2. A fail track meet, the Bret In -the history of the university, wl'l be bald on Rollins field to-morrow afternoon. All the regular events will bo nulled off. The meet la intended to give a Use on the new materia In reboot. DR. KING My QuMranfe h: "Not a Dollar Stricture. .. .I-a IUC rUitlUXT! medical flWKSTlWraBfCEIS, or contracted catc ocrr wih !.- """wk mic Private 'XATHANld.L i. KINO. U'. D., C3 PIKE BT ST. LOUIS. CONSULTATION FREE. Honrs, 1 A. 11.' to J P. jl Sundays, S A. 1L to 3. TvTUTE for symptom blanks Tor bom treatment and znr lat est Book on Diseases of Men. OLD BBSsaaW .. s-,,.., DR. UIKUIEL K, KING, aff55.JSffifllS.SSf KESrwTS DISEASES of MEIl"LBLt" TXB Loenat St. Kouea iioori li.nLlo7p.ni.; City EThe pern mil prove f The B-rnbUc and be convinced, ptTWon, yen mTttsTfrn'rwa FOR HONEST TREATMENT. Cures all Chfonlc. .NerTon- Dotn aeies nenonsness, dexmdenc .T7m T9 rUco; ; rerolti cf nror. Ion manhood, milky mine, orrantc weakness qujcfc w.fte. Powf r retored am a radical cure mjaranteed IllnHLi:i.l -,yct '? 'V.ij- i bHosmI em i Ail stajces. Kceemo. Lleeii. curt-rt for- Tif hv Mf mn, hihhl. HlAddrr allmert -nlclcly 4i cbsfructlns urlnarc fevVjC v7 riin inn mil nrci cirgcg curpu.' ouurn BiKT' - nannffiiirBKij vnnon D..:riiiiti or itguuvo. W.& tonSC Zrwrnw w.;.jsr mu ..w--.. .,r S?i7t-Bf vjsi. ifrLj?' DR.WHITTIER. 4r' ST. LOUIS U. PLAYS CARBONDALE TO-DAY Local Eleven Will Probably Have a Strong Opponent in Illinois ' Team at the Stadium. St. Louis University will play the Car bondalc High School team at the World's Pair Stadium this afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Dclaney will put his heaviest team in tho field, as ho has heard that the visitors are a strong bunch. Tho local team went through light prac llco work at Sportsman's Park jesterday afternoon and the players are in first-class shape for to-day's contest. Coach Delaney sent in his men against the charging machine yesterday, and now J has Ills team working low. Tho machine is Dunt tor this purpose, and the men have been trained to play low, which ben efits them greatly. . Two years ago the Carbondalo team de feated the local eleven so badly that sev eral of the players of the blue-and-whlto team were laid out for two weeks. This will hardly bo 'the case this season, as the St. Louis team is heavy and fit at all stages. Captain Lindsay will play center: A. Campbell and Rcbcr will be tho guards, while Dlngman and Irwin will probably be sent In at tho tackle positions. Hobbs nnd Cooper at the ends will com plete the line. Frankie Howe Is fast re covering from his cold, and was out In uniform yesterday. Coach Dclaney thinks j no win ue aDic to piay &i tnc quarter DacK Fechmann and Kinney at half back. Hennerlch or Bam Campbell will play full back, or may share the position. Although soveral of the regular players aro on the sick list. Coach Boynton lined up two teams selected from tho Washing toil University squad and went through some hard work with the boys at League Park yesterday afternoon. While many of tno piajcrs win dc ratner soro, uoymou thinks' that ho can hold, if not beat, the Missouri Tigers in their gamo at.tho sta dium Saturday. Dclaney lias reveral games to bs played In the next week, but is anxious to havo tho gamo between St. Louis and Washing ton played next Tuesday. To-day the St. Louis team wlU play Carbondale. Satur day this team will be Idle, but Monday they will play a team from Southern Illi nois. Tho Washlngton-St. Louis game 13 scheduled for Tuesday, and while this will give St. Louis two games In succes sion If the championship gome Is played, Delaney says that he probably will play both. To-day a week St. Louis will piay Smith Academv and on November 13 tno local eleven will play the Missouri Tigers at Columbia. When ahked If ho would play C. B. C. If that team was allowed by Chief Sulli van to compete In the championship. Coach Delaney said: "If tho col.ege' team Is allowed to compete, I certainly will send In my team against them, as that would put the college boys In the same clans with my squad, and I would play rather than forfeit the game" Chief Stllllvan has been asked if the C B. C. can compete in the championship scheduled for next Tuesday, but has not said whether he will allow them to enter. Washington and St. Louis both have en tered the championship, but the former team Is undecided ax to play or not. If they did withdraw it would hardly bo fair to allow the St. Louis team to accept tho championship and mclaU without n game, and Uic college should bo allowed to com pete. Chief Sullivan thinks, however, that the Washington team will play, as It would make an interesting contest, and tho Washington followers themselves want the contest to come off. Boynton may be induced to allow his team to play and stop all rumors of his being afraid of defeat. i)ami:lio. ivo.v uaxdicap. Bar le Due at Fifty to One Comes to Life. New York. Nov. 2. The Remsen Handi cap, five and a half furlongs, Jamaica's feature of tho closing day was easily won by tho 15-to-20 favorite. Dandelion, the distance being 'covered in 16 4-5. Dande lion broko in front and mode all the pace, winning by two lengths from Camara, who in turn was' the same dlstanco In front of Pasadcnx Bar le Due. n. W-to-1 shot and practi cally unbacked, won the second race by a head from Brigand. Flret race, six fnrlo&ss Diamond. 113 (Red fern), 11 to 10. won: Monet. 113 (Gannon), to 1. second: llaca Kin: 119 laiarunj, 2J to l. third. Time, 1:13 Z-L. New VorK. Iimosa, Gold Saint, Teacrtsa and JackzJUtl.n also Second race, en? mllo and a furlong B'&vta. uuc. vt ffianuij. ui to i, won; nnsno. ii (Burns), S to L second; Xamtor. 109 (Oannon). 2 to 2. third. Tim. 1:53 3-3. Keptunu. Lord Advocate. Acefuil. Broo&yiilte, Lord Melbourne and Reveille also ran. Third tace. mllo and seventy yard The Hucuenot, 101 (lllldcbrand). ; tu l, won: Cham plain. 3S (Traiers), 9 to S. fcecond- Girnlsh. (W. Davis). B tol, third. Time. 1:6 2 S. Palette andrCfcnerlond a,so ran. rourth race, the Remfwro, Handicap, five and one-tialt furloncr DanCeUcn. .CG (V.'. Davir), IS to 23. on; Uamara, 119 Oledfcrn), 11 to 5. --cond: Pasadena. 113 (Martin), 5 to L third. Time, 1:00 4-5. Amber Jack rtiso ran. Firth race, mile and one-sixteenth Kasle. 103 (Traver. i to 5. won: Princo Sa!m Sum. ljl (W. Davis). 9 to 2, second: Uf lie of Belle Meade, S8 (Crlmmlns). 6 to L third. Time. 1:4 4-5. IMncess Athcllng, Brlcrthorpo and Tol San alo- ran. Sixth race, alx fi.rIor.Es JoM ricur, ldi (Traiers). 9 to G, won; Yorkshire Lad. f Otedfern). 6 to 1 second; Courier. 109 (O'Netl). I to 5. third. Time. 1:14 3-5. Roerlck Dhu, Hlldebnind.Roderick, LiKht Note, paladin, Ivan hoe. PrlOTftr. Salt and Petmer and Know IClne- also ran. CURE Need Be Peld Until Cared." V3rtrnrVo curo & dlseafo Tiitl.out operation or '"I IHJWC C ligature, and under my treat mint the i""" contrcrteO condlt'on (within ten dayv ai.pcars. The part arc restored to their natural con aiUon. vigor and ctrrmttb and circulation re-established. I cure stricture without the knife or In- ftrcmest br an annllcatlnr. nhirh nrtx lirftlT nn tli ruivta rttTmftrA tftk-1nf -""."1' i"",i-' . ."., " -.., CUUJpiCLO'1 mniete'T hv mv paJvanlc-eloctrtca.1 and treatment. Uy treatment is mini pes and in sowlso lnterterci with your bustnesa dutlsa. Loss of Manly Vieor. JSSSVI $&?&& MnaiiMi.Hw,,!, i..i n-f ret tore to ycu the map, vim nnd xigor of vitality, th- loss of which maybe th result of lactlacrttbiu, excesses and unnatural weakness. Contagious Blood Poison. It may be la Its pri mary ftage. u niay have bTi hrrertlturw In early days. Testice of tnon from th tevrm ,, k. vesuce ot rmisor . - -i.-" r--r.r -- k" t3 ui iitnii. use of mercury cr potash. Diseases. N'ewly contracted capes cured. All burnlnz and -Itchlnc. In- --i,,. w . -. . namaiauon and Tinnatural weakpeas Etc;;sd In 24 hours; cures effected In 7 days. Chronic Disorders of Men Cured, i firgSi. viNBi;, iituuuerufiu iroiianc JJueutet. BICc Rooms 30, 11.:; St. Vootn, Mo. Saturday to I p m.: Sunday 9 to C cnly. eUbit.hJ t uractlCT Finco 175. Eee back nomben ,4.H. ....J!L. " --, ia JVervons Uenllltr. Loai Mnnhnnil. Kio . "vV5" ln OtPOOTlaftiev and I ir1 fa hi m nrrfnsa r t,-i(..B . . iiinnn irin mi !afn raa.A- curd; palnioL DlffleuTr. Too Frequent or UlooCj v pacsacr. uianu ii, Krre. tneinoq; no cuinns. V-aii or Tnt icr adTlcfl. ructcHuiiv.irfaieo. varicocele In 6 us 71 vimr -. fmmi UJ auuii UIHT pen p.C thirty pen pictnrta Cnnsnllatlcn J'rcc at Offire or hy Bin, Mfliratt Charg . JO-DAY'S ENTRIES TO-DAY'S AQUEDUCT ENTKIE3. First race, six and a half turlonrv: Foxy Kano m old Knsland lflj Youns Henry. Ill Monto Carlo 1H I'at Itulc-r 112 MilpsliapH I'd Ouiiatcrpol-ie 113 Klna Vcvvir -...lu' ::lle or Jlllford Ill Qlaf .. m3 Klcluliaw Ill Lord of the Valley..lo: Satchel in At? cod lie JJlua nnd Oraiure....lM Thistle Iloather. tuO Hart I'cnnv u- Second rate, ona rr.lie: Colonial Olrl lit Damon K Grn:uie 10vt Crareful Orthrxlox liv, ostrich 9a Oobtiea 101 Waralmop ft' Sldncv C Loir lis Jerry C. t7 lyird lodge n . Third race live furlongs: Krcutchuon 115 Klltlea TratHMr 113Florlla Oxford 108i JIlrthlfM , Jennie McCabe lOalCoeur do Lion I-"ancy Drew 105 j Prestlee , ltcnxer JOSlljnr Don Zola ...... ...X.... 1W I Listener 1'lrate Polly-. lag MIm Modety .100 .1M . !7 . U7 ;; '. M . M Fourth race, tho Aqueduct Handicap, one mile and a alxteenth: First Manon.... Gunlira Dolly SoankT.. Sonoma Bello.. Colonial Girl... Dv Reszkfj ...1W ...1?J ...lii ...117 ...U7 ...103 Orthndoi 11H Ht. ViUtmtlne. 1'jO Icraelltu S7 Orl rich M AKllo 1T7 Fifth rac. one mllo and an elirhth : I)rd Lbidee 10S South Trlmblo iia Ethics ,J02 The rjoutnernor.. Homestead Qllsten ,..m .. VI .. D7 Sixth race, six furlong: roxy Juvenaca. Ike s Niblick ... Hufcrance DrulU Monarodor !" Consuelo II lM 107 Belle Dixon M 107 Fllndera :0 153 lilah Llfo V3 101 Autohood ."7 1W Calmnoa W Ml AQUEDUCT SELECTIONS. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. '.". r1orlt' Nov- -Selections: Henry Itac,OId England. Bad Penny, Tours fut300"1 Pju-cIeiihU Girl. Ostrich, Graos CM nac-E3cu;cheon. Trapper, Jennie Mc Gunarh ltac-rilat Maaon. Dolly Spanker. "J, -oe Homestead. The outhemr. South Sixth Race Niblick, Hlch Ljfe. Dmld. TnOltXHEDGE WQX STECPLECU.VSi:. Krsrtzman Defeala Jnkc Grernbcrg Belle's Commoner Breaks Down. anclnnati, O., Nov. i-Thornhedge easi ly won tho feature event at Latonla to daj'. the handicap steeplechase over the short course. Determination, Thornhedgo and Kurtz man were the successful favorite. Belle's ?f.m,-:ilrTr Vroki,down In tl,e second race, b(5 heavily backed. Weather clear track fast. Summary: rv?JS$ ra.c-', tlx '"rIonirs-Determlnattcn. 107 EUSJ: VM,i' T"?"' 'hlone. 107 (Paul), 4 to 1, tCf2fd:Gldr,nk- .IW B. Davis), it to I. pi,ii-irTt',m'i :1i?- "orizel. Henrf Lyons i'J ,,te ?n.u Blue' ttonutw, Ci-prleace. T6 Penny. My Alice and Kein also ran. 4 to 1. won: Lcmrod. oocunu race, mile Varrow, 04 tV. Dusan) second; Oleonetz, 101 iv luom&n?ui)f 3 ti (D. Boiaud), It to -...... .... ,.,,. Aiirvu i, Anna, Ltelic: ;2lnS:e.r'.:,'.AmstM'.,)am. Drurnrcond. Shot- STUD. Crintnin ricln ,n l..i.. t,.. , 'Ji rvi!!it c ?? ,lx . fnrlongs-Ktirtanan, S4 (Meol). t US. won; Jake Grccnbers, 112 (Jlun o.2',S JSiH B"?nd! Enrty Boy. 110 7hoaia.ll!n, I0- J,hlrf Time. l:ui Tho Crirls. Orly U, Sir Gallant and Floronlca. also ran. rtracE steeplechase, handicap, short course Thorahedse. la (Braall). 7 to 0. won: JVP' J?i,(!'rJ' 4 ,0 ' ""C"nJ: Trenct the Merc. 1(3 (Dosh). 7 to 1. third. Time. 3:01'A. Rice and Casavar a'so ran. St. Rochs ran cut and Sam Parmer fell. rKlft5i, rSc.e' ,mlle anA a balf-Prl'm, 103 (D. Boland), 9 to 1, won; Bamev nurke. 110 (Mun S?'' J." h cond: Prorssor Neville. 107 (Rornjnelll), to C. third. Time. 3:33. Curate. Goo Ooo and Mill Melton also ran. Mxth race. Mi and one-half fur!cnr;.-HeldeI-brg. 110 (Meo!), 2 to 1, won; Harpoon. 11 (E. Morrison), 4 to I. second; J. B. Smith, IDS J7rotl?r. 3 to 1. third. Time. 1; Cassieanna. King Thorp. Gavin C, I'erry Wct.ea. Judua Traj-nor. Winifred Lad, Paul, EJdis Beck and San Jose also ran. FITZGERALD GIVES TF START-ISO. Veteran of Jfrw Yorlc Trackn to Take nn Executive Position. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New York. Nov. 2. Starter Chris J. ntz gerald has resigned his position as starter on the Jockey Club tracks! The news was mado public this afternoon. Sir. Fitzgerald will soon lay down the starter's flag for good and abandon racing. He will enter In to business with William Engeman, presi dent of the Brighton Beach Racing Asso ciation, who has vast Interests to look after besides his race course. Mr. Fitzgerald will start at New Or leans this winter. That will bo his last meeting. Concerning his resignation, Mr. Fitzger ald sold later that ho was greatly pleased with his new Job. He will bo president and feneral manager of the Brighton Beach lacing Association, and bo Identified with Mr. Engeman In his other enterprises. "I am under contract to start ot New Orleans, but will only start there until they can relievo me. If It were possible I should like to start on my new duties at once. I have a ten years contract with Mr. Engeman, andrl lmprovo mysolf finan cially and otherwise."' IIAllVAIUJ HAS IIAItD FRACTICK. .Crimson nicven Pnt Tlironch st (Jnielinff DrllL REFDELIC SPECIAL. Carnhrldae, Jlasi-, Xov. I. The Harvard football tcarnhad the hardest day's work this afternoon of the fall. In a pcrlrnmage which lasted twenty-two minutes, the team was driven to the limit by tho coaches, and tho men showed even more fight and snap tlian characterized the work -yesterday and Monday. There wits a slight improvement In both offense and defense, less fumbling and better tackling. The line-up was divided Into two periods. In tho flrst of which the 'varsity scored four touchdowns on the second, and In the second 'varsity sub stitutes played tho "regulars a tie game. The -'varsity was held for downs twico by the substitutes, ana iorcea to punt a third time, Schoenfuss. the big shot-putter, who came out Monday and played well on the substitutes yesterday, was pro moted to the 'varsity to-day and he plajed a hard game at left guard. SOUTHERN CATTLE RAISERS. TO MAKE GREAT EXHIBIT. Barred From First Show liy Qnsiraji- tine Larrs, Their Week Be- (rlns Monday. Several carloads of cattle arrived yester day at the World's Fair grounds for the Southern Breeding and tho Southern ,and Southwestern Range Cattle Show, which begins Monday, November 7, and closes Saturday. November 12. . Tho show Is divided into two divisions, one for tho thoroughbred Southern cattle of tho shorthorn, Hereford, Polled Angus and Galloway breeds, and the other for the grade range cattle. Tho thorough--breds will be Judged ns Individuals, the same as In tho regular World's Fair Cattle Show, but the range cattle will be Judged in carload lots of Hftcen. The Live-Stock Forum will be used for the ex hibition of the thoroughbreds, while the range cattle will be judged In pens. On account of the Federal quarantine law which prohibits the shipping of cattle north before November 1, tho Southern cattle were denied tho privilege of show ing in tho regular cattle show. The Ex position Company, in order that tho Southern breeders might have an opportu nity of exhibiting their cattle, divided tho cattle show into two sections; Prizes to the amount of UG.72) will bo given to the winners. Over a thousand entries have been re ceived at Chief Mills's office, and the cattle aro expected the latter part of the week.- Practically all of them will arrivo at once, as tho majority of the breeders assembled their entries at San Antonio, Tex., and started for tho World's Fair 9c50,:!?r,- ,ju,:lelns will begin at 10 0 clock Tuesday morning, and will con tinue till Saturday. The most Important Southern breeders have entered stock and the exhibit will be the best and most ex tensive ever made of the Southern breeds. Dinner nt Xeir "Vorlc Bntldinjr. Frederick R. Green of Fordonla. one of the members;or the New York State Com xnlrslon. vill clrr n iHnnoi. ok i. c7... pavilion Friday night. Tho function will bo quite elaborate. Mr. Green's guests will number about flfty. meaia wm AT FOREIGN TRACKS TO-DAT'S LATO.N'IA ENTTJE3. Flrpt nice. eeen furlcnro: nochacl Ward.... Frllol Jlicfccry Cornuv.. John DoIo Anemexla ;.. Hunterdon . M nthel . W lJtht! Davis.. . V, I'hlora, , . rs VtBtry 1W Lurtle ,.10i) Thistle DO.... no lft , 1W 1CS 157 , KO SWond race, live and a half furlonjr: Martha C-lla 1C4 Ttanpint W Monaco Mild lM Miss Jordan 107 Halrna Ifello 'A fizanna Xloccomora.119 Mary Eleanor 197 Mum Ill Third race, one mile: liell the Clt , ApdIo John II , Hanta Luna Hopeful MIM Itelectlcc Vt Scho"lmato ?) IKhel V.Tieat 101 genor 103 Fourth rare, six furlonK: Rollover Ifi Mary Callahan. 101 Until rarish 103 Ktait1an IB 7,ong Htrar.'.... l' Tanloh 101 Marseilles 103 F10I1 1W Cliandla 103 Vallaxambla 1 Ethel Ktclilc- 11) nemlce 11 Flftii racs. one- mile and- a sixteenth: Variom 9 Fonsoluca 107 Jun to St Reservation 13) Early Hoy. S3 Sixth race, six furlong-: t Jolu-.pon '.Ki Mcllvaln 15 FI1na- Broolt. si Milt Touns V Wnlrlbool 101 FliInlr.B Stv 166 Itarleouin 101 Walsh Vi Double ItC MU- IVoach ,..M Fox Hunting 103 Omealca U-6 LATONLV SELECTIONS. RETUBLIC SPECIAL. Cincinnati. Not-. S Selection: First Kart Lustic. John Doyle. Vestry. hecond Race Monaco Maid. Mum. Traptst. Third Itace echoounato. Bcllo the Cat, Eclec tic. Tourth Raw Flori. Ethel Keckler, nemlca. Firth Raw Reservation, Jint So. Fonsoluca. HLtth Itaco Hartoiuln. Milt Tcunr. Shinning Star. SCHREIBER TO SIGN APPRENTICE RIDER. Leo Von t.'rafen 'Will Jl IJeveloped by County Tnrfmcn and Will Ao- compnjiy String; to I.os Angeles. After workin; as an exercise boy for Barney Schreibcr for tho laiit year, Leo Von Grafen, a St. Louis youngster, l to be taken up by the local turfman and Is to be developed at a Jockey, his Initial ap pearanco In tho saddle bting destined for Los Angelea. Schreibor has watched the boy closply all year and has bocn impressed with his work. Tho youngster has shown good form in working his horses and has also displayed a considerable knowledge of paco. Barney, accordingly, will try him out as an apprentice jockey. Von Grafen 13 but II year.) old and weigh- only 70 pounds. He started work on tho Schrclber farm a yrar ago last July and has served as one of the attend ants, at the barn of tho string In tho l-'air Grounds this ypar. To his appreciation or pace Ik duo his selection as an appren tice A three-year contract bn tho loy will be signed by his mother, Mrs. Mittenhaus, to-day. This contract will nlvc to Von Grafen a 3-pound apprentice allowance un til ono year after the time he rides his flrst wlnnintr mount. H will nccompany the Schreiber stablf, which will bo raced at Los Angeles this year. Barney bavins determined to send a section of his string down to the Brooks track. Fillies and marcs have more than held their own on the trotting turf this year. Sweet Marie, whoso mark of 2:0PJ makes her the champion race marc of the world, has cully been tho sensation In her divi sion, while the youngster class has been marked by tho performance of threa Cllles, all of wham havo done good work. Graco Bond has been tbo champion S-year-old, and easily beat Alta Axworthy, wbo was considered a likely champion until Grace Bond took her taw. Princess Athel probably was next best to the pair above mentioned, and they seemed to hold tho colts easily safe In their class. Graco Bond peemed capable of going a mile in 2:10 without any unduo effort. In a recent ICeuo of the New Tork Her ald a lengthy editorial discusses the racing eeason Just oast, and signalizes It as the greatest in tho history of the 'turf. Tho editorial asserts that morn horses of tho first rank are now sent to each Important meeting than were formerly produced In the entire season, and It gives ns an Indi cation of the healthy nature of the racing gamo tho fact that prizes remain as high, or higher, than ever. In spite of this large production. It attributes this condition of healthi ness, in some respects, to tho work of amateur sports-men, who have Joined tho racing ranks, and also calls attention to tho notable increaso in trotting matinee races, which, it asserts, will lmprovo tho harness gamo to an equal degree. That these views aro borne out by tho outcome of each season is proven, tho Herald, claims, ana It also predicts that the season of 1905 on tho Eastern turf should bo uveti more brilliant. J. K. Hughes has taken his llttlo gelding Neversueh to Cincinnati to havo a try at Uie Latonla Club Members' Handicap, the Texas .turfman believing that the animal has a good chance for flrst money. Never such was the most consistent horse Hughes had on tho local tracks when racing at Del mar and tho Fair Grounds and he has developed into the star of the string. Handbooks) in tho downtown Teglons seemed to have been hit a bit yesterday by the victory of Corpcrfleld In the flfth race at Latonla Tuesday. With Troxler up, many of tho local betting contingent seemed to think that the combination should prove a winner, and the odds of 3 to 2 were satisfying, after tho form tha con snowca at the Fair Grounds. Considering the fact that several St Louis officiate will preside at Essex Park at Hot Springs, it is interesting to noto that Billy Shannon and HumpUrey Dev ereaux have been quoted as saying that they welcome the advent of another track to the vapor city, ns the presence of two courses boosts tho gamo for each, in their opinions. Shannon stated that he thought patrons liked to switch from course to course, and that tbo sport flourished better when two tracks were running. This Is a feomewhat novel view for race-track managements to take of competition, and is evidently not nharod by tho Bush contingent at New Orleans. Unless it rains before Saturday, tho Del mar track is expected to be In fast shapo for Dan Patch's trJai against time on that day. Two heavy rollers were working tho courpo yesterday, and those who attended the track at the fall meet would Jiardly recognize tho absolutely smooth expanse which is now presented. Instead of the soit rooting tno track bad. patch Is ex- pecteu to arrive to-oay. AVERAGES IX TIIIIEE-I LEAGUE. Smith end Ccuc of Sprlncrfleld Lend Iltttcry Work. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Bloomlngton. 111., Nor. J. The ofllclal averages of the Threc-I Leaguo players were "mado public to-day by Secretary Ar thur p. Thumler. Davenport is first in club batting, with a percentage of .236. Cedar Rapids leads In club fielding with SZ0. Smith of Springfield leads tho catchers, with .571, .and Donovan of Bloomlngton had the rcmarkable'rccord of catching 120 games. Case of Springfield, who finished with Pittsburg, leads the pitchers, with .963, with Fi'ene of Cedar Rapids, purchased by the Chicago Nationals, a close second, with .SSJ. Brown of Cedar Rapids leads the first basemen, with .590; Annis of Rock Island, the second basemen, with .970; PurteU of Decatur, tho third basemen, with .944, and Berg of Davenport, the shortstops, with .9. Nicol, who played with Decatur and Rockford, leads tho outfielders, with .07C. McDonoilgh of Rock Island heads the list In Individual batting, with .S64. Connors of Bloomlngton U really, the leading tatsman, with .33, as hc'played In 115 games, while McDonough played in only twenty-four. Meek of Rockford batted -J2I, while Budow" of-Dubuquol hN.bb'-U WAV. VISITING SHOTS LEAD FIRST ROUND Hall of Illinois and Anderson of Kansas. Tie in Handicap With Thirty Kills. GARRETT WINS AMATEUR CUP. Final Icound in the Trophy Will Be Shot To-Day Clotidy Weather Causes 3Iise?. AVith twenty-three markkmen competing In the Initial round of tho World's Fair handicap shoot at Du Pont Park yester day, but two made clean scores of thirty kills Tom Hall of Loaml, HI., nnd Henry Anderson of Sailna, Kas.. being the suc cessful contestants. Fast birds and rather dark weather of late afternoon caused many misses on the part of the experts, and the shoot was cioaea lor the day about o'clock, the target events then bolng shot off. At the clay birds, John Oarrctt proved the most successful, winning the shoot-off and tho amateur cup. On the first round of the main event, shot In series of twenty-live birds, chances for Joe O'XclI of this city looked ex tremely bright. He killed twenty-five straight, and seemed to have fully as good a cbanco as the visiting sportsmen. Then he went to pieces on the round nt five birds, missing two out of the number and losing one dead out of bound. Crosby was limit man In tho event, shoot ing from tho thirty-four-yard ra.u-1:. Hall, who tied with Anderson, phot from tho thirty-three-yard line, and Anderaon from tho thirty-two mark. Crosby caught a pair- of unusually swift birds in each round at tno trap, and his score of twenty-seven was made under considerable odds. Tom Marshall of Illinois, who has twice .T0IluS2 Grani American, competed from the thlrty-three-yard division. He did well for o. tune, then missed two birds near the close. Uavo Elliott of Kansas City came down for a try nt the gamo and competed fr?,I?c thlrty-two-yard handicap. Rlehl and Marshall both shot well In the target ercnta. Tho day wound up with a scries of target matches, hold Informally. To-day's programme includes tbo comple tion of the World's Fair handicap trophy and live target tvents at twenty clay pigeons. While tho weather was fine and afford ed excellent opportunities for good work early In tho day, tho darkness caused some trouble to. the marksmen when tho sklea became clouded around 4 o'clock. As tho majority of the birds were deep blue, it was decided to hold off until thlr, morning. Scores in the ehoot for tho World's Fair trophy at live birds were: Kitraeacd Handicap. Peter. So.. Name and Score. .... U .... a. .... it Handicap. Score. O. J. Spencer, 23.. Hall, rj Wain. 32 Carton. 33 Anderson, jz Reid. 32 TlDtom .12 Hannah. 3 Powers. X Booker, a Duncan. 2 Crosby. S4 iounc. 3i. Robinson. 20 , John Cabannn. ... ir. R. Snenwr, 23.,., II. Morer. 33 , 0'J.'elI. 51 , Pav Elliott, 33 , Oarrett, 31 , D'Rrien. 52 , J. O. Ward, XL. , Scores at the clay targets were: Total. Psters ... Clayton .. Anderson . Cornalios IS IT M 17 1 13 13 1 17 18 17 17 11 17 13- 15 17 It 17 li 13 M J3-52 lS-(8 H-Sl 12 S SI 97 at-w 1367 19-34 20-"W 13-JX 14G 17-M 17-T2 13-68 1701 13 V! 23 west. t-arrett 11 21 "'ii ) a 11 it Ppwtrs 2) U 20 Marshall 13 13 u u ny 19 23 IS 20 Spencer. C. SI 20 11 22 Roblson is 13 a 1J Cabanna 13 11 1 n Fpencer, H 11 11 11 Money 17 S) 20 10 0".eli U 1! y U llermod 13 2.1 20 2 Snell 12 u .. Jones 1111 Wade ... Murphy - 20-3) - 16-1S SHAKE UP I?f BACK FIELD. Princeton 'Varsity Defeats Scrubs In Snappy Practice. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Princeton, N. J Nov. 2. Tho Tigers in dulged in very snappy flfty-minuta prac tice this afternoon, which resulted In three touchdowns for tho 'varsity, mads on straight line plunging. ..EHf1"? tna .5"' PorMon of the work the scrubs tore through the 'varsity defense ror somo very discouraging gains, which kept them constantly near tho 'varsity's goal. iho. work was close and fierce, with little open plavlng. t,?itan5iridi and Cooney did rotrlc particu larly brilliant playing, making a large part of tho gains. A general shake-up In the back fie d placed Simon, and Pfclfer at left and right half, respectively. Pfeirer was used a good deal for carrying the ball nnd bit the line for good gains. CT FLYJfX IJf THE CITY. Mo! Doyle Hon Attached Ne-sr Fighter Jo Ilia staff of Prurilists. Mai Doyle haa attached a new fighter to his staff in the pereon of Cy Flynn. an Easterner of some nbllltr in the Hsr'tt- welght class, and has already been offered a match with tho winner of the FIlz-gerald-Daly bout at Mannlon's Park. Flynn halls from Buffalo, and has won some good bouts in his own division. Ho is slightly above tbo llght-welght.class at present, and Fitzgerald or Daly may havo to glvo some weight to hira when they como together. Flynn is anxious for a try. at welter-weight honors, and believes hec ould fake a good showing In that di vision. otTSiFvhJs V" fJ,m Matthews at Fon v5rie last raII and then went against, Flynn. They fought a fifteen round draw. Doyle Is hoping to get a" return match with Couhlg before tho South Broadway Club. Fitzgerald and Eddie Daly fought a slx rounci draw at Philadelphia last Febru ary. Daly to now work ng In the neigh borhood of Mannlon's Park. Kid Sayers, who battles at tha West End Club to-night, has qulto a record of recent victories, besides his draw with Bonny Tanger. His previous battle was a win over Willie Mack, nnd M hmn n,i. to that a victory over Chester Goodwin. He alao beat Adam Ryan. Eddie Santry, Joe Galligan and Tom Cody lately. Jimmy Brltt received an equal amount with Joe Gans, In spite of the latter's se curing the verdict on a foul, in their re cent battle. Brltt had forced an agreement with the negTO whereby Gans wsa to tako 25 per cent of the receipts in case Brltt won, butwas to receive 50 per cent of the fighters' .share in case ho was victorious over Jimmy. Total receipts for the match were $11,723, of which 'the boxers got 79 per cent, or 220&.3. Gans and Britt each received over Jll.W). therefore. Brltt's foul blows cost him Just 15.552. Gana freely admitted after the battle that Brltt would have won had he not struck him while he was on tho floor., Jim Neil, father of Frankisi Nell. U nrrcr in Chicago, but Is expected In this city within the next few days, and there Is some talk of bringing the Frisco fighter to mis city to meet jonnny rtcgan or soma other good man of his welghL Nell senior talked volubly concerning his British ex perience, and stated that the English ref erees had the most remarkable ideas he over saw. - Jim admitted that Bowker could hit Neil Ave times to Fronkie's once, when the boys were fighting at lone- ranz-e. but said I that Frankla could send over one: at closer quarters that more than neutralized tho live. Ho said that Nell had Bowker sway ing at several .stages and that tho Amer ican party was thunderstruck when the verdict was handed down. "I asked the referee," ho is quoted aa saying, "on what grounds he gave the decision to Franklc. Ho was a tavern keeper by the name of Scott, and had a pronounced British accenf "He Just rolled his eyes, at me and said: "When you tires hat a bird hand misses 'Im. hit counts one for tho bloomln" bird. "Thl was too deep logic Tor me," .e!l said, "and I gave the problem up. We had a good time on the other side, but our expenses were three tlmej what they would have been over here." Hitches in ihe Philadelphia Jack O'Brien-John Wiile battle resulted in the affair being postponed for ono week in stead of being fought last night, as originally- scheduled. O'Brien asked for moro timu in which to train, and the go -will be contested next Wednesday. ST. LOUIS ROWING CLUB LEAGUE. Porrlintann 4, Snntlsuopi 1. The fcIlOTvInr; nccrca were made at trie St Louis R. c. alleya: IWVIIATTAN.-'. Nam.. a 31. 1 Z 2 4 5 Tl. Ar. o-ir.non 7 21 2 2 28 4', zr, is St 1-1 Wohlstader . S 61 25 29 25 23 1C S 2-3 Elln.l 0 9 21 V) 33 tft 2 JS 20 a. Richards. I M 41 31 U It 21 41 1- Nolto 3 22 4 21 48 23 ii 1SS 23 2-5 Totals 23 12 177 132 1S5 1S5 172 S-'t 25 24-23 afATTAWOPS. Nan-.'. CM. 1 Z S 4 5 TL Ar. Richard 7 24 43 ) 42 C3 23 23 44 3-5 Lsnir SKasftKUSia 1-3 Kchifsler .... 5 it 49 27 21 25 St 17 27 4-i Blind 0 0 3) 2i 20 SI 51 1 31 Htcltl-r 2 43 42 41 42 34 34 193 23 Totaii isiio237"iini3iic5 325 271-23 WANTS SCHOOL FOR NEGROES. Brillon Wells Sue to Compel Consolidation, of Districts. Britton Welti yesterday filed a petition in the Clayton Circuit Court asking that a writ of mandamus be Issued to compel the directors of two school districts in Manchester. St. Louis County, to consoli date in order that a way can bo found to bulid a EC-narato school for ncsroet. Wells i a negro and has two children of school age. He says there ar; iive negro children in one dL-ftrict, Ight in an- otlier and a total of thlrty-tliree Jn me surrounding country, more than wico enough to warrant the Issuance of per emptory writ to compel the building of tno r.ew school The defendants named In the petition aro August Meisch. D. C. Taylor and Adam W. H-ibe-1. directors of one of the districts, and August Klein wge. Philip Motz and Sebastian Iinnp dlrtcton of the other. An alternative- writ was iued, re turnable November 12. An application for e. similar writ several months ago was re fused by Judge McElhlnncy. ASKS DAMAGES FOR ARREST. Thomas McLaughlin Snes South ern Hotel for Imprisonment. Thomas McLaughlin of Nashville. Tenn.. yesterday filed a damage suit of 525,000 in the United States Circuit Clerk's office against the Southern Hotel Com pany of St. Loul, claiming that tho Southern Hotel Company caused him to be unlawfully arrested in their lobby bv two private detectives September IS, ISCt. McLaucldln further stAtpi that he tt.-i-j taken by tho two drtoctlves to the Four Courts and compelled to fcpend a night In Jail and that ho was damaged In a social anu uusinesi way to tno extent of J2i,000. THREE PRISONERS GIVE BOND. Men Charged With Fraudulent Registration Fnrnish Surety. Michael Sullivan, Francis Nestor and Charles C. McCarthy, employes of the Suburban Railway Companj-, who were arrested Tuesday on tho chargo of regis tering with fraudulent naturalization pa pers, yesterday gave JT.C03- bond before United States. Commissioner Gray. j. r. L-oinns signed McCarthy's bond, Con P. Curran is Sullivan's surety and James McFadden and Samuel Epstein, the wholesale liquor dealers, are bondsmen for Nestor. FRESH FRUIT FROM CALIFORNIA. Oranges, Apples and Persimmons Ar-,- rlve at the Palace of Horticulture. Several boxes of new fruit arrived at the G-illfornla exhibit in the Palace of Horti culture yesterday and was used to replace some of the older fruit. In tho lot was a box of Smith's extra early ripening oranges. They are a new creation and aro the earliest ripening orango known. Tho general plzklng time for oranges is about "- amw riicwiuciw are uie re sult of many years cspcrlroentinff. The .-..& " oi.v;w,i;s iiiiu uuue sweet. Another Rediands orchardist sent a. fine display of apples which he calls Rediands beauty apples. There are three arictles in tho display, Ben Davis, Rome beauties and winesap. and It is claimed that ho flavor will ceiual any Eabtcrn fruit. Tho specimens are all beautifully colored and ot fino form. Another Interesting exhibit received is the display of extra large persimmons rrom Butte County. Tho persimmons were ripened without frost and are of a ttno flavor. i on ao not nave ro i&Ka s I the distiller's word for I WXSWMBL Uncle Sam bottles it in bond, then seals it. The seal tells the age and guarantees II 100 Parity. A Pointer! J i SSBBBBBBBBBBBBBsSaSflsSs SSBSlssssssaaBSSBsMHHnHBi, CHIEF SULLIVAN TO RECEIVE MEDAL rresident of-Olympic Internation ' al Committee Informs Physi cal Culture Chief of Suc cess in Athletics, James II. Sullivan, chief of tha Depart ment of Physical Culture of the World's Fair, yesterday received a letter from Baron Pierre de Coubertin. President of tho International Olympic Committee at Paris, France, stating that he would rc raiv. -, mmeorative medal fos his work in making the Olympic games a suc cess. The following is the letter: Paris. Oct. 13. IMI-Dear Mr. BoIHran: Ki I tec; to send you our warmest cramtuutloas and thanks for tho tvonderful work Toute:-; succeed In carrying oat, tna orjaalzatlon ct ,l!Is,"rtok?nycrPo,ur-SratltU,le. I hav, the p!ea urc to site that the medals cornmemcratlnr tl. retlvai of the Olympic games win l awarded to you on the cccaa en of the interna tional CocKrs-. to 1 held In Brussels in June 1&13 under tb preslltncy cf his liajesty, the King cf the Eelxlanx. The value ot the souvenir comes from tha f-ict that only a very 'w tle- have b-en given away slnco ten year, their Majest.es. th Kmtwror 'of Germany and tha Kins of Hpair, and their Iloyal II chaesss. the thrown pnncj ot Or-cc the frown Prince of Sweden a-.d ?:orwa"y and the Prince rf Wales, being amonx thcf who raid they were glad to receive It Prwldent McKlnlnr apn reco ved it after th tote malting the third O.ymp-ad aa American W eitect yoJ to present a short hot sol stantlal report tn the St. Loui games to ths liruirfls Ccnzrcss. Thanking ycu for the namerocs Jocnmnt and th.- medals you sent cp: and consatniit InK you once mure, I am dear Mr- bulllvan, ry l"irS TBS,RF. d.cOUBEP.TIX. Prtr.ldTt ot the International Olympic Cora mitt'. PRISCETOV IIOSOnSST. LOCI BOV. Donald 3IcPheraon Asalatant JIanaser of Hockey Team. r.EPCBLIC SPECIAL. Princeton, N. J., Nor. z. The Athletic Association of the university has appoint ed the following men as assistant maa ag"rs of Princeton's lesser athletic asso ciations: Hockey team, Donald McPfaer son of St. Louis: gymnasium team, II. B. Walker of Indianapolis; basket-ball team, Chester McLcod of Baltimore. These men are selected from the class of 1S0O. DRS. FRANCIS & FRANCIS, St Louis' Leading Specialists. TVHO CUnnWHEItC OTHERS KAII "We want to talk, or write to every ru ferer from Varicocele. Stricture. Rurtnre. Blood Poison. Nervous DMIlty and all alllej weaJtnes3 or diseases peculiar to men. In the treatment of tbo maUdiM v acinowltdce no superior; wo can ftv you d very- quietest, safest and wrest cur obUIaabl. le&rs oi ezprcnce In treaties Chronic. Nervouj. Blood ami Spe cial disease! rives cs many advanta over family physician. Wc have cured thousands of weak, broken-doTm. discour aged rcen. who will altAly rocch for our miccess. skill and henesty In the practtc cf our specialty. What w fave done for othfrs we can do fcr vou. Perfect cenfl deaca. In- oir abilltv to cure every snf-. reTir promDtjriis In rtaltlnr tn.s cenerm.' etTer of pay when cured. Investicate, W rlT you omeh.3.T dirferent and better in mdem cumtlv treatment than can h- ObtInM Irewhere. Don't trd MIy byf. ana e? your nain rrcnarea ana your manhood lfpplcjr away when we will aarantee yci a Istlnar cure and reatcra tlon under these liberal term. Write a to-day. W p1o cur, to curd. Hydmrele. Piles. Eczema, Froriasls. Blddr, Kidney ani Prostatic affectlona ard alt dls?a- of p rtubbtt satnre. whUi reafst U --t-rit of th orrffrary dodcr. WRIT? If tmaW to calL Ivlna a fUD si nil descrlntton of our cose In ytmr own worfls. Our Heme Treatment I the nct mjcceasful tnown to medlral sclenca. 0"itHat!on and Eramlnatlon Tree. Hour: 9 a. rt. to S p. n. Sundays. 9 to X. DRS.FftiNCIS&FBaMCIS. 800OtrrEST, ST.LOriS.lTO. Dr. BOHANNAN Csmsi:Canaiesa4SdiDlsMtr. Dr.B.a-Tf-tsble Cursti MiltlTsly rcrss XirrcsIssihry,Oixmss Wakatst,LcitMsaaood.TailsoQelssi say vr Is rosals laxiresiyoQtMal7Ti3TsTtxesaM,lnnwnsvtr.ssTsa Trt. IaansailssUEtlya!Ttitiilsitalsrarls stst forty rrars,snlhssaeTcrrsllt4IacaTtaclsa Woi Csitt. lznpartsVlrartotsoMHIDIlLZAaEfiXIsTvao fl a vnbEM btrocd t&dryurs tikm, Tin DaQarsi tUl cu-un, OslolUz,wUl shew last la ffiamty will dsalltastrssamtlnd. golaozly by Om.C.A.BoKur ray. JTo. i!J Morns MrxtStlxsii. Ma. Smttoaa tdMrtss.srantrsulfd Prims Oroalar TBtt DR. SCHREIIMER, 810 Chestnut Street, 'St. Loata, Ho. The KCLIAOLG Specialist Cures private and chronle dls-ass- Lost Masaood. JTervcus Debility. Lrst Vigor. Smlnal wtaknsss. Early Dfcay. Vari cocele, results of errors or ex cesses. Urinary Diseases. Gleet Stricture. Unnatural rMs'barres and all diseases of Kjaneys ana Biadaer. and Blood Poticn. all stares, pes-ItlT-lr cured. Out-of-town pa tient treated hr man. $1 PER WEEK FOR TREATMENT. Too can bar no better for 0 u. week. CocrolUtJra free. tSiii or write. Bears: a m. to 8 p. a. Sundays: 10 . m. to 2 p. sa. NO CURB NO PAY If ES.-3t? laxlac noOtrvi. If yesj aa.s small, weajcomas, lost pewsr er maavKdaa; drslas, t2w tossaas Sest DmicvtT -will nstar. to. So dnss. auiajn ul Tarieoeale yersuaezny and ta J to 4 veaks: tl,H la asi set one fsOsmt lauaecUMi cnrxnamst.ItoC. aD.tracdnrTltehrtreapareeaMnv I8EY1B ttST CO.. 131 Syat lluk. D.sVir, Cola. EAK STRENVA' ftT.JUI3l.03. .utrBuiiiBCij)(jBis9rf.nreS TALi CnCXt.T nmcrTTTTllt irnnnrre X Procs SMum fall Ytgtrtm r"BiTsBfl.ii.Tri..ii sxTAi. BaSaW " sa MZSatHsIel,UtaTsleik . tIEaVACa.aiO0Hr.5Uol20ALUi JPorsianNervfiEssenci SIT'.. Th"r clr the braia. strenztoen the ctt cuiatloo. n ake dixeatleaperfectf aod tmpart S??11!ticr Tlor th. whole bewi3j drains and losses L atopped permanently.- of goney. 15 Hailed aled. H.k free. Persian CM. Co. K5 Arch st. Philadelohlo, Pa. Bold wi;h,Itoc.,Ttw1,,oo Dro -6W " w ntfEHAWflHrin W . .l1 Bis; O for aanacifeal 1 rliL'.'f""' namnatl..l trrltmUons or nlesratioas at ' I "tei not to atrieSrV I Wersnts eoatacloa. maKiBn- I at in. (lata wrsoSr!!? preysld. on rsci of tlm i -..... .wu.oareo.aea . IsW CmCINMATl n . . aw t, . .-s -ie PajWIm Cured ft 6aaraBti8. 1 nv n i oh. ifj m tl L.4 ll 'f. ' feS-Sfcfefe mMs. 2l - - -; , - &x&2b2&&i2&Sia8M fefi3&-gg&g83aaj ,rr- -a.f&S$Jti&&a'.. fry&s dZm