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TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.
John Addlr,ou Porter. MclCir.lo pri;"
ifcrctui ha icsisX.td iai nceo-an.. or .1
health George B. Ctiteiyou wil succc-d
lilm on May 1
Th" Govi-rniii' lit will prepare for iropt3
n sintemcut In defense, or American wait
JT Oil II I Is.
Germany is shr.ping lis tejjlsla'.Jt'n to stim
ulate orgrlritituic ihuu 11 my ralea iulB-
lent food iui),'!i.
Submaihio, baLs .ire to Ins added to the
j n j. Tli.- G. voiument lists contracted fur
Hi.' Holh.ji.l i-uteiits.
Minnesota, f. lends of Speaker Ilcndeisoa
lins.-nted a handsome navel tit him.
Mn-ei li wore made in presentation anil ac
cept am e.
An early n'lHiit on trusts will w nwde
by tins I nil.sj Stale. Labor Commissioner,
v bo i;. i.ovv concluding Ills mvearisntitms-
Tho House t'ummittee to consider lecisla.-
efn.l n 1... si I ....I 'M'.lil. l.l- ..I"!
..v., . .... ..-t. j-nii ., ii)u r a mi -"p, .
izNi and Mil the ttrbt hearing Tr twst l"rt-
I OCAL AND SCttl'HUAN.
cf Joints jiihi I., jii.ni.. iMtnpaicr heati'
epinrlors foi ill' I W11 ratlc National i"nm
nilrtep owing, i' b said, to Hie tirfrivntfly
attitude of the Chi .i nevvspapcts.
All tli Pi. Louis chinches have icado
rirep-iralions fm special Raster torvtrcs.
Weather Forecaster Hyatt dpclir.fi! to pre
dict thr Ki' il of wtatht-r that taaj lie ex
pected Ulster Pav
Wholes He deiler in ice are said to have
rfetermtuod to enter the retail Hold, thus
putting many of flic small dealers prac
tical! out of 1) limine Mi.
Senator W.t w it ".0 a f:S"nd a tMi-liinc
tribute of tho esteem In v liich he held the
la-te Pnul W. Canitli.
Rosnl uinn- in honor of JJif latp "U'tlHam
Hooth von -nlnptml by tho Ileal Etnt" IZ
Tloporf! imliffiir tMt the 1Hf"ourl ji?ach
crop hn-- jiot 1 1 11 d.imsiGed bv the told
C. J .lonrv. t -vrralthv citizen of Oklahotm
Cix is tli.'t t'ip nlieai crop of hi Te:--Morv
ti- v f.ieh .M-xiU"" bushel" thU Mvr.
fl. li.viti. i;.'it-i.il Miperlntrndwu of the
reve rvtir lee Conipaiii, icportF that V.e
nw robbe.l of a dinrnomi ana oil:pr "property
while riiline on ii etowded -slrert ear
Mrs i"hrNtite Kok". who reporteil thnt
h"T Jiif-bmul bail devcrted her Inline all
her mnnej. atteii.pte.i to 1:111 bprselr M-JtJi
lnudnnum. but was Faved b the Oty Mo
pltaJ ph yiei 111
Tifteen rim were inlmed bv an explo
sion in the Uivcttftlc Tnlx' Wolks at V.'hcol
Jnsr. V Va.
"onfl'etincr Ftatement: issued eoncerr.ins:
ihe Southern llallwav tcleRrnphTs" -iril.o
indicate that the walk-eiit i" not renrral.
Jalii- are rti'inin on low ;chedu:ep.
A penernl stiil.o l- llireatcne.i at Hous
St 1.0111 i" not included in JIaurire
Oran's pruid opota ensaKoniontP ncM en-i-on
Gecis' H Rrrlprw founder of the Periprs
"Mcltae Nevis-papcr l.encuc. i dead.
The ici!ance of Sheriff Power of Omili.l
raved .l.nnes Cernev. charged with assault,
from a :ncb
Doctor Jair.eo It focke. :he blind Mirsr"0!i
of Boston, who commit tetl suicide "W.-lnoo-day
is bclicied to have been a Kuf-l.ia
Xcbiaflia Deraocratle leaders arc paid to
lie opiood to fusion with the Topulists
mid to- fnor Hri-an with 'ither Towiie or
3('o. on a 'ilier j.litfonn.
In the hou--o of Mis. J!mv Kaher. who
died suddenly at JelTer.n t'itj. was found
n. con-iderable mm of liiiMen money. She
had been considered er poor.
.1 Woods Men 111, :i wealthy lumlier dciI
rr, wants to be Street ("onimit-.iioncr at
Kansas itv. witliout pay.
An atlemtit to prevent :"ilmad constni"
tiou near Oionojjo, Mo, b a barricade of
mules was frtistrat.vl by the eniploe
ci aw line under tho animals and continuing
Miss Xellie Inw1s was awarded CV)iO
damaces 111 her breach of piomi.se suit at
"oloiado Sprlnirs acainst Painii"l Stionp, a
Melbourne McDowell biol.o down during
his production of "IVdora," His action")
were aserilied to nervousness;.
Primaries in Alabama to-day probably
will .settle the enatoriaI race between S"n
ator Moryan and llovcuior Johnston.
Oils Hmtna J. Sn"der Fiicttvfully con
tested the will or her father. Gcorce Tritch,
a Denier millioimii"
A new iceeiv-r asked for tho Kiwiss' City
snd Noiihern ConnectHis llaiiroid C'om
pani Sleame- Hii'-'Rivia. just from the drv
doclc, poc? aground in Philadelphia lia:bor.
fommerrlal Mutml lu?umnce Compaiiy
wtiB forced to Mispcnd business by tho ac
tion of Des Moines, la., authoiities.
I'ir.st shipment of broom corn pit im
ported into this t'omitry received in '""iii
caso from Auslria-lluncary.
PlspiiAelies indicate that Inrd Huberts,
has liefnin his advance toward. Pretoria.
One inesace qit through the censor."
liands with ilv news that "The troops are,
miivliic forward "
A cablegram fim nioemfonteiri saysthat
tho Hors .110 siill in force south of that
place and evidently aie adopting new tnc-
Tlie burphcis an leported to have siven
up theii attacks on V pener and lKcun a
retirement to th- 1101: h.
Kichtliic is persi-tenlly report"d from He.
1ts loip. Lit.-dispatclies tluow no new
Usht on the situation theie.
General 'hiltns!de who sueceedr-1 to the
eommand nt HaUicre's division, has brought
it up to Ueddf rslmrs-
Tlie revolt in Hmrlatid acainEt wlnt Is
callivl "Klplinei'm" is qiowlns. A class is
rpiinitiK up whiih lesenis his inann.r of
porttajlnc the life of the Foldier. KiplinR
is now returning f:o:n Cwe Town and a
lively loception awaits him.
Gaylon llrovrn. Tin 01 y. Oremu., Scotch
Plaid. Casdale and H-itlios wcio the win
mrs at 1'iisfO.
Itevonah. l-iniliitin. lloheit M,etcaiff. Post
Haylo and Pii st Whip were the witmeis
Winter, i'aiiuer Kennett. T.irSvjpur. i"M
Tipton, .limp and Alp.ua wi;re tlie vrinneri
.loo Maxwell of St. 1-ouis aspires to build
n race tmck and a home lor ag'-d and in
tirni old lolks.
Th" Baltimore and Ohio will absorb the
B .t S. W. about July 1.
Thp Rock Island will run four asbonr3 j
excursions, in thy near fuiuic.
John J. Ha tilth was re-elected president
of the St. Iuls Hallway Club at Its meet
Tho railroads havo made an excellent
j-howinc for tlin past month.
The 1 N. Keneral olhces may he re
moved to Nashville.
A i:. Mllliiell i" said to be painirir ron
fcsions in Mexico.
Tlie Tpas railioad miioaqe has Inn cased
considerably during the past year.
Theie will be some ii'dieal cJla!lS',? in
through lates fi-om Hie Pacitic Coast ii.m
Plymouth. April IS. Arnved. Ausiette
Mct'oiia, Ncvv iork. for CherlwuiR and
.Netv Yoik, April K. Arrived: Hhe.n. Bre
men. Roulhaiiipton, April 13.-Sailcd: Kalserin
Maria Theiesa from Bremen, via Chct
liourf;, .ew York.
New York. April 13. Arrived: Columbia,
Hamburc. April 13. Arrived: Graf "Wal
dersee. Xew York.
Liverpool. April 13. Arrived: NumidLin,
I'm Hand. Me., via Halifax.
Glaseow. April 13. Anived: Arcadia, Xctv
Bremen, Anil IS. Armed: Saale, New
Havre. April 13. Arrived: 1-a lirctacne,
Queenstown. April 13. Arrived: lvucania,
JTcw York, and proceeded.
WAITS FARMERS TO
GROW LESS WHEAT
St. 1'jhiI Alan Will Try 10
eure an Inipniatuinnl
STANDARD PRICE FIXED AT SI.
I'lnn 1o Kodnrf ilio World's
rrrauf Ftcui lrivc to Tv, wi
ly i'or (Vnl :ui! Tluih
j'orcc Prices Vyi.
Minneapolis Minn. April 13 -The loiinal
SaM: 'All the farmers of Hie vveild in a
wort eif Irtcrnntional mit to restrict the
production of -vji'-nt and raise putev i th
plan which it is hoped to .-ari.v into etfeci
at the International Agricultural eonf"
nce iii P-sris July 9-lfi. It is propoed to
niik the farmer-' of tho wot Id ;o reduce
their wheat output bv 20 per cent and not So
sell a bushpl for lis than .1 dollar.
"J. (". llaulev of St. I'aul. Minr... exco.i
livo acent of the Tanners' Alliance and In
cuistrinl Tnloa. tlie National Cotton Grow
ers" Association, the P.irnvrs," lVrtcraUon
or the Mlssisiit lley and the Nitiontl
Grain Growers' Association. Ls th ohkf
promoter of the Int. rnationnl Apiicultu-al
Trust :ti Ameiica Pit'ffs. r Hiililnml ef
the I'nivtTsitv f IVlebours. Svvi'ycrlii'il. i
the chief promoter of the pbiu in Burop .
"The idea was ootuiived by thrs.- L-.-.1
men indeitendentlv. Mr. ll.inlv. who his
Iim n iut'!-sti in niau hoM-voui-vvlii.it
stS.fint-. is prtiminenllv ass..tii;cd wtiiihe
tarmcrs elevator and ram 11. .i-o:'i Hive
uiidertakinus. He has lmiR helievcc. tint if
tht fnrmtm woulil onit mm. t- an iiiider
,3ttldni; as to limiting iidii lion aini .-:.'
to stn miy thcu ih'-ir price could be ''
tau.vd thtv eould tasily iiiiistir tht. situa
tion. "jis .t professor of economics Professor
Hulilui.d had etmie lo Hie inia t oncluslon
His t.ti:d of the aKiiiriau piohlcin- tit dit
:ereiu touniri. s led him to believe thai the
onlj cure for liie widc-jucid inmbles ot
larimrs. wlilth are mucii more fvne in
the old than m the new world, is to rr
"Jii.in wne Ji.sid at woik s-ettlnc: the idea
into practits when th.j encounteied each
thPr thniiif,ii i-ortcTKindence. Suite tlif-n
thev Ii-iit- heeii vvoikiiii; with a lominnn
idet ,z To persuade tin Internatiin.il
AKrieuituial 1 "oiiRrt sh 10 indorse the plan
and rt ciiinnieiid it to the various nntiun.il
.tss.it i.ttnuijj lor anplicitlon n.'t yeat.
"Wl-ilf ly iwr eent 1 eduction in acreafr
is desired Mr. Hanley ...nts out that if
onlv o p. r cent can be s'-cu-cd the wo: Id's
ivhut crop will be r.'du'-ed abo'lt 1-.". 111.)
bushels, wnich is, he says, enouuh to hum;
the jiriee at Liverpool up to $1. To help
out ih cfect of a i."str'cted pr-nliiction
tlie l.irm.rs are to hold their wheat lor
ninety dr.s. and no to marktt it at not
less taan Jl a lui-li.'!.
"Almost fvirvtlihis the farmer buvs."
Mr Manley s;1vl. "is requlatrd in pike iiy
some trust. tn th- oih'r hand, all that
tho farmer sells ha; us price determined
bv the companion of all tho rest of the
farmers of the wot Id The farmers propose
to unite, mop luino'is coinp-tition anions
lh"-:nslves and to make the world pay a
fa'r price for their ptodint
"Follow ills' the P iris etuifcrcnre it i"t
hopi il tn have stabhs'ie a pcrunnent in
tern.T.ioi.al cr nn-RKiverV association"
DEATH OF ELMIRA GAGNON.
Oho of St. Louis's Old Residents
Will He Buried To-Day.
Th funeral of Mrs Blralra G-frnoi will
lako plice at 2 o'clock, thin af'.crnocn from
tho residence of her cianddauchter. Mrs.
Coinclia Keenly, No. ;;i;i Shdidan nvntte.
Servicos will be held at Ft. Leo's chinch.
The bunal will take place at Calvary Ceme
teiv. Mrs. Gacnon was one of the oldest resi
dents of St. Louis, and lacked only four
fars of beitiR a entcniirian. She was bom
in Montreal. Canjda, in lvf5. Her maiden
:mm was Meieier. When II years old yhe
mauled Piaucis Gaqnon. a stone cmti'i.
who moved with his wife to sit. Louis in
1S1"S, Gannon diet! in lw and. after that
lime, his widow wis tompelled to work in
supj..rt hei childien Thi.s she cliii by tak
iu in work as u seamstress. In which busi
ness sho w.is partlculiily jitolicti lit, and
she often boast, d of the fact that she mad.:
the lust pair of trouseis worn bv Mayor
"Willi.un L. Kwin Beside the KwliiK".
oth-r piominent St. Louis lainillei., lor
whom she s.vved, were the Turpys, Bi-r-tholds,
;ri'5or.vs and "houlius.
Mrs. ;a:.'iion n tallied h.-r faculties until
a few niiinlhs prior to her death She de
lipliied in talk of St I111I1 as it was in
h"r vnunKei lif". v hi n Twelfth -treet v.. us
Tile western houndarj ami the jinpulatloii
did iml tx.s'cd T,,-0 Sh- could nevir re
e.meile hels i to Ihe eh niRi i tondilion of
Thins- nJttr the citv btcame a mttropolis
and tit ten would sav to hei urandehildn u
and fcreat sr..ndt hlldrt n that the St Louis
l..-dny was not n-.n so deal a place as
when it was the small frontier town with
out street mis or nhctaphs or telephone',
and eier.vbodv knew virjbodv p'e.
Mis-. e:,it;iion was th" mot hei "if five
childien. all of whom she Miivived. the I.ti
passing iiv av si'veral j.-ars aso She made
hvr heme with hei KKunidauphb-r. Mr".
Koeina. wheiu she ditd of old aqe. Thuis
pu,i ci itp.! m 11SKM t Tilt: Kvin;.
All druitsiis are authorized by the mauu
lactuieis of iMzo uinlmint to refund the
mum win i' it fjils to turc any case 01
piles, no mallei of how Ion;; standin;,.
Clips e rdin.it t at. s in six dau, the woiat
c-ist-s in foiiileen tlas. Out! application
Hives case and rest. Heheves iicnins 111
fctai.tly. This :s 1 new discovery and is tlie only
pile remi-i sold on a positive jruaranlet.,
:iu cine 110 pa. I'm e 3'1 ct nts.
If vyur ilruvi;ist tion't ki ep it n stock
send us jO c lit- in postase stamiis and wo
v ill forward same b mail.
Manufnstuivd bj Palis Medicine Co., St.
MEETING OF CREDIT MEN.
Imoiesl lYtiiPi-s in tlie I'uinre of
tin"" F::nikriiptr At-I.
ConolderaSile importatue i atti. hrd to tho
meotiuq; "if the Si Louis Ciedlt .Men's ,i
soeiation to he held at th" Mi'ieantile Club
tins evening by tiio jobbers and manufae
turirs in view of the possibility of the re
peal of t!ie bankruptcy ict.
Tlie Oodit Mini'" associations of the eonn
Iry are opposed t,, ,( tepil of the piesint
act. btlitviiifr tint it will he a serious mai
ti " to the business iine(.-t should this take'
place Ai their last e.oivt nthm tliev pre
pared amendments whl. h an embodied 'n
the Ha bill, whieli wis inirodtiefd in Con
cress. March 31. and vvhith i now in tlm
hands of th" JiiditMrv Committee
Nathan Prink nni .lo-iph II Maish of
Alton wll! atidr" s tbi ct-dit tnui and sonic
21O invite. c.e-ts Tlu evenln Tlure :ti.
Ihlrtv local 111 ionizations in the principal
cities of th cnmitiv, all ntlilv..-.l with th"
National Assoiiation of "led 11 Men. which
are clo-elv wati hlnc this hnukiiiptcv matter
in -jrib r 10 protect th" lntet.is tliev repi"
I'tn tulle Cntnrrli.
Const stion m.iv on ur in the mucous
meinbrane lirins the nost, throti. hron
eiiial iuhes. Itni'.s s'omai h boivcls kidneys
or pelvic organ" Whenever it ttcuis it
produces tin same i ondition ehioid'- ej
tanh. JV-ru-na car's chronic -atarrh.
Ininil s iirriin Bsi-:tjie.
Monroe t'ltt. Mo. Apul 13 Tin- M. B
Heinlritks home, live .md a half miles east
of this eif.t. was ij. stro" e.1 hj- Hie at 2
o'cloek this moruius- The fnnulv was awal:
t ned just ,ls theenine roof w.is fallltia; in
The barely escaped in tlieir nisjht cloth"?.
Kve'rythinsr was lost. Tht-ns was no insur
ance. lr'.nnni Medical Association.
linn ni.ii- sii:ci il
Little Koth. Ail... April 13. Tile State
Burette Medical Association adjourned 10
da to meet In l.iitlt- IJml, o the third
"W.shiesd.it r. ir'l rid Doctor .1 c
Hii'itlej' of P..iit w ,s dected pie.-ii!erit.
Doctor jjiikcv, Hus.selltille vne president,
Dortor V. S M.ij. Petit i. secittaiv
rrite llesi Preseriiitlmi lor "Vlnlurlu
CTiillc ana Kcier is a belli" of ttimve's Tasteless
ehlll Tonic. It is simplx ir.ui pud quinine la a
tasteless form No cure no I'tij. 1'iicc Mc.
ON THE MARCH.
Coiitinileil rrom I'nue Tlnr.
a;.v all ick. l-'ood is plenlifi'l. Cur casui'
ttes in ib urt lmistnncf s, .ire s-mll. The
h" lit of the fVilniiis. and 1K0 of tile loss,
h.us ls" bo: ne b Cape Mount-d Blllemct.."
MASHONA CLOSELY WATCHED.
Vessel "Sax Allowed lo Proved In
Crv Town, pril 13 -Th" Vlmiril in
ehatce of the British Heel 111 thse waters
ha- icTused to permit tlie British steamer
Mashona. Captain John-ton. to proceed be
tot'd Jlurb.'m. 'Ihe niteiits of the vtcsyl an
nounce that the cargo d.tiii-tl for Delac.oa
Ba.v will be landed ,,t IHirbin
nil": vi ts:uc.A cw:.
The Blitisli trunbeat Patndqe. on IVccm
iicr c. c-ipturni tiie Maslioiia. which hid
vjuletl Horn New lor".: Novtmlier 3. via St
Vincent Nov embi ! 1", foi l"lai:oi ISpv.
ladtii with Homi for tht- Ti.insviil 111"
iis.i and the foodstarfs tt.r. subs. iu uilv
tel.ased ii "der bo-d and lb' pi I-- court
on March U 3 omit ml a verdict that port'ons
of the carso vveie eondt tivied but that Hie
steamer w.m founillv relt is.-d.
Boers Pofin to Be Tlirfatpninp the
Klm-bertey, April 13. 'Ihe- town Ku.irtl has
benn re mobilized and Runs have been re
mounted at the forts. oini.R to the fcnn
of tho populace that the Poers will aain
attempt a sltr.e.
A battalion of th.- s,. o'Jjsh Hlllos has ar
rived, and 'he r doubts aiouud iln totvn
are m.iiini d w 'th r-wnli" tioops The 1111I1
Pirv auihoriilis, however, regard th.se
fe.ir as pioiindless
REICHMANN TOOK NO FART.
Denial From rretoria That fl'
Helped the Boers.
Pr-uoria. Wrdntsda. April 13. l'nitel
States Coi.sui II aj. in .111 intei-.lw hr
sav-s that th" ltport that Captain Krlrh
niar.n, the I'nited State militorv attache,
partlcipunl In tli- licht near S.innns Post
ls absolutely false Captain Heichmunn. it
i said, was occupied most of the time at-t-nillniT
upon tho wounded Dutch military
a'tache. Lieutenant Nit, who l.as since
Consul Hay lias no doubt that '""nptam
Hcichmann has bi-n confounded with th.
Amricnn Lieutenant Loosbi'rr of ti"
Pre-e State Artilhry who took .1 veiv ac
tivo p lit in the light.
MBSs -.ci; l'JtoiI II 1.
Wasldnuton, Apnl 13 The War ppptrt
ment to-day r.'Cilvcti the follow inir cable
gram from Adelbi rt Hay. Consul at Pre
tona. 1 native to a publish-il state-i-nt that
Captain Cari Iteirliuiann. the I'nited State
military observer in the Ti insvaal, had
been It-atllnq: a Boer force:
"Pictoria, April 12 Humor of Rei'h
niann's active par'iclpa'.K.n ls alolut"ly
No inejtnry has b-en made on Hut I olnr.
the War I'epirtmr nt "HIcirIs beinjj sati
lied that Captain Hi ichmann tould not
have committed smli a palpable bien-"'h of
tho rules of war. It is supposed that Con
sul llav's mrssaso was inspiml b.v C-iptnin
Helchmann, who is believ-d to be in Pre
toria, and who. it Is said. undouVeUv
thought a statem"ht from tho Consul would
be better than a pttsonal denial.
kaiser deeply Interested.
Confers With His Officers Benard
in"; ihe War.
Berlin. April 11. The latest events in
South Africi are commented utmn calmlv.
1 In the I.oknl Anzeirer General von Schmel-
Inj; sas that a decisive turn in the cam
paign is al.out to lie reached. He adds that
if lotd Bobeits is able to await Hum's
ItiloH in Bktemfontcln thn the complete
occupation of th" Oranqe Pree Spite vv'll
follow, but that if Lord Huberts is com
pelled to re:i"at to the thanse Hiver the
los of the whole of the OiaiiKti Pree State
and all the instnjjeni districts i sure to
ensue and tlierewith the lo of the who!"
Knijieior Williim continues to follow th"
campaiqn with the closest attention,
though he obsrvcs the utmost precautions
about h s utterances en th"1 subject. Bverv
othei dav an olhet r of the Reneral staff
reports about the most recent features
Count von Hardenhers jestTdav Irid
j liinehe"!! with his Maiestv. He has just
rt turntil from Loreii7o Manpte?, where h"
served as Vice Consul The Bmpcror ques
tioned him for 01" r an hour ."limit opinions
anil fii Is there.
A numl er of entertainments have been
fixi il for the coming we'h for the hem tit of
the relatives of 'e Minns who have fallen
in the South Afiie.in War. Co. in. i-s von
Brockoorf is at the h--id of the mine
men' FOR EFFECT IN AMERICA.
London Times Hoiie Huberts Will
Spi'iMlily I)n Siinii'tliiiii'.
London. Apnl 11 The Times t,ay rdi
tonilly this morniui:.
"In botli the Kn State and Natal mattcis
appear to be prom.scmi :m u. eiiee:ed
and desired Out well-vvlsheis in Amerie.i.
who aic evidently u'-rvcus as to the possi
ble effet t" of a 1 In ck In our advance on the
tesult of the electorate, need not, ve trust,
make tin ursolic: iineumfortable. We nr"
told that th"re will be no Boer paity in
the I'nited States if Loid Huberts wins a
decisive vietoiy before Hi" Kt publican Con
"We tannot. of course, promise to oblifro
our friends by simplfviuK their politier for
them bv that date, hut v.e shall tlo our
hist, nllhourh some AineiitMii.' indi.lne
their sportins instincts bv simiiathlziii?
wilh tlie weaku in a fashion we did 'not
ptactice duiinc tli- ir contest with Spain"
.Miss I.-cwis's Suore.s.fnl Suit
Airiiinfcl a Millionaiie .Miner.
Cedotado SpriiiRs, Cojo , April In the
bieach-of-iromise smt hroucht bv Mi-"
Nellie Lwts apajnst Piesident Siniul
Strong of Hie Pie.- CoinaK" and o'lier Crip
jile Cudi cold mining companies, the plni-i-tiff
was avi.mkd J.'-'.nn'i damages Th" iui"
wa out iii;htetn liont . helm; ilivid-.l nidi
on the exit nt of darrme. siot'ie l.u.ir d
JJuVnii. the sUIn f,r whKii the suit t,is
liiuusht. The pri s-.utmn nltci-il the t-.i-t-I'titi'
of a marriai eon tract eti iidln-' ov. .
s. ven jtars p.tst
Miss Ltwls is y, leaistld and hands iei
Stioup i- ?.i and .1 cripple Cnek pimi - r
He was matned Pebruarv (1 to MJss nm.i
Neville of Altn1.1i'. Mi's Ltvvn- sup n,.i
No. -. No 1 was 1 ro'iahs Iv Miss Vance of
Golduild for jrio.on) on the day of the .n.ir
ri.if:". Pipers wer sorirtl imni"illatl". fol
lowing the eeromonv. It is to be tried soon.
To Paj ChcrtiLcc Murrniil"..
Tahlcouah 1. T.. April 1"! t'n.ted States
Aleut Shonfeldt 'aid to-dav that he would
pav outstanding Cherokeo vvarnmts to the
amount .if Jl.Vl.'ifH in about three weeks at
Hi on :ilott Cneliini I out 111I led.
HKPI ni,P" 8PIVIAI.
Nashville. Tenii Apt 1 1 13 The P.rov nl. vv
Mellon coimolled Hit Se.eiith t'onKiesslon
al DiMi-ie- llppublican t'onvcntlon at Colum
bia to-da.v . md el-s.t.,1 .1. . .:n k-011 of
t'oliimbla and JameK Hickman or Lvnnvillo
dclei;ale.s to Philadelphia There was no
bolt, as, the Kvans men submitted.
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BROWNING, KING & CO.,
i 4 rasa js
fc S faSH,f S
ft g M mu& s
& & r III S
LI Sis Qali Sa
WILL SOT SCALE.
EVERY GALLON GUARANTEED.
f Sl 1 nnrnhnrirh Paint nn.
. - m n tr m
620 X.-3tXil-li33. J&JKTC - - - St. XaOTXlS.
SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS. ASK FOR IT.
Washington Conference Did Not
Brijrlnen Tlis Chances.
Washinston. April 13 --The Power can
didacy is not prowlncr in strvntrth. IMscin
sion of it has been levivid to-day bv rea
son of a "tonference" or rather a private
dunu r part Riven last nislit !y John H.
Mclean Thus far this "confer-nc" has
Kn tho ir.'ist imporianl innd'nt in con
net Hon witli the Admiral's annoiincment
of Ids can-lldacv. Theie were present tlm
Admiral and Mrs Pewev, Pciry Belmont
and wife of New York and John It. Me- 1
Li an -not .l very jiortcntous Hatherins: j
To-day .Mr Btlmout would not discuss at 1
leiifTth the nitiiio of the "conference"' nor
iiitlicHln the intlii-nces belilntl the Admirii
"There is no mysnrv air in tlie- nur
in'i" nf the New v ork Iictnocr.'cj." h" said.
"'Their thief tbsile is to asc-Tt lin popu- ;
lar sentiment and to irmde the-mselves ne-
eoitluiRlv, thoesin 1 candidate who will
unite the p.irtv. There is no qu"s!ion almut
tne Kltivviii; pnpuiantv ol Admiral I'-wes. I
Alter th" rit.u v I. torv of Manila, he ills- j
plated Hie larost tatt. illsi retimi and po
litical Iniisiiflit. Som l""inoerit!e pnlm
el ins declaio that Admiral Dcivvv shuiild
lunt: made known his Intention at liie time
of his triumphant .11rlv.1l. It mn.v well be
nssunvl that attei a i-mir eiisitiie irom
his eounliv il his taken him some time
to rc-ilUo thai tin- two irieat pohlh ill pal- I
tic" ,iro tiiorouehlj entaiiKled and bound
up in the candidal v of null two men. Pr-sj.
d. nt Mt-Kuiliv 'iinl the tlefealid cainlldato
of th" last presidential cimpaUn "
Piom this it app.ais that tli" Adtninil's
hojits are centi-itsi upon a possible dt
1 Isjon bv tli" New ik ileI"R.ites Hut he
Is the nost available outdid it". Dthcis
Irivimt tb nltij piomptly that I hey vine 10
siionsii.le ttir the Admiral's aniiouncemt nt.
it is ,is;,iiin.'d thai the m'litlt'iiiMi at tlm
"confei em e"- Messrs IVImonl and Mc-L-.in
adv i.sed it and vtill l"ok after Its
The lonfirence with i'crty Belmont and
his idi ntiiii ition with the Diwej movi
inci't have imt 0d tiie De-nocratie politi
cians at the capital to t'.tik up n It more
hi riolislv If possibh . It Is tleited I Veil
more llKhth than Intetnfote. Theie .tie
ui.iuv itood-hiimoicd coniiiieuis m the
Admlial'u le.idlnc-ss to .lieept ll'itterlnjj ad
vice ill profo-enee to cold n'storical acts
It is pointed out that il" h" had but re
called the Isoiiiod and pltilul condition of
the New York doleitites at Chiiai;o in
'V and the haste of 1 nd.er and othei New
York 'at hems to espfine a like trost al
Karisa.s Citv ,v .inuouiiciiiK lone aRti their
preference for Bijan th" Admiral would
iml woi.-v ahoiit what Hie Knipire St.ittt
deliRdtiou mlijlit undTtakc to do f-r hint.
nr.wc.vs pi. 1rn1r.1.
New Y rk. April 1 A Wasliinrtou spe
cial t' the Herald sav0
Af.in111.1I lifv.ev's political statem- nt pinb
alilv will be re.ulv in he jiivu out for pub
lication next Tucsdav. He Is still waiting to !
hear from some of aiu friends in New- '. ork
b"ioie Ivinq out t:n- important dociiiinnl
lie believes that lie has In hind him all
the If idinir sound inotiev Democrats in the
Bast and Sojth. and In (uiiversatinn with i
his political friend', he sivs that he i a
"oiinil money Jefferson Dtniocat
on th" expansion jstue lie occupies mid
dle cround hetv e-n ihe Prcidi nt ami Mi.
lirvati He I- neither an lmpciialist nor an
a n tj -expansion! st.
He belli us in restoiiiiR otder in the
J'nlliTipiiies, and then liolilincr th" i-lands
and awaitiiisT developments, proliably In th"
em! unnlii!; them ovfi to a native rov'-hi-meiit
undei a I mte.l ritatis proteclii,ite
Koprtsi ntativ.. Jefferson M Levy o New
Yoik tailed upon Admiral Pvwe- In Wash
ington t -ilaj and pledccd ins support He
15 the th".i New Ytik Dtmocrat to enroll
uuilet the lt,vt"V standard.
s,s. MUs. i)i:U:V Hdll.ll HI 1.1:.
hi pi r.i,icsi'i:ciAi,
Meeker. Colo. April l.t -Judce Ilnzeu 1
lirothei-in-l.iv of Mi"", tieortjc Divcj, who
13 here visiting on the ranch or hit datiRh
ter. Mrs. Adams, was asked for his opin
ion on the Admiral's announcement of h! i
ciiidid.tr Tor the presidency. The Jud-te
v.. is reluctant to etprrss his views, but
when prersed made the followins; state
ment, after deliberation."
"I am not in n pidtion to s,.v much, but
if th- people of this country tlo not desire
10 plate tlie destiny of this eountrv 111 tiio
hinds of a woman il i1- best to let the Ad
miral it main where he I- ' know Mm.
iievev erv well, of touise. She was my
brothel's wile sjjtP js a lirisilt. eapahl ",
ambitious woman, however, quite familiar
with public nffaiis in Washington."
JudRC Ii.17.pu was at one time Postmaster
of Meeker, but is now 1111 inmate of the
Monte Vista Soldiers' Home. He has thrco
djushters married in Colorado, all of
Our Six f'nstcr
Windows for Prices.
BROADWAY AND PINE.
E PAINT TO USE.
5 tilM' 'EKfwfal nil I
H2Bfi2ilWMII8 UIIBt WWIj
whom, with their children, arc proud of
Mrs Dewry and Pncle George.
HAD TO BRUSH DOG'S TEETH.
Maid Who Refused Was Confined
in a Cuban Asylum.
nBPCTlT'1" ""' -'J7,
New York. April 13. rxiuisa Hoffman, a
maid, formerlj emploed by Mr. and Mr.
Horace S. Hnbens. has broiiRht suit acainst
tl-e foimer for JlW.'iHO damaRcS. Sho .il
lej;o t lint sho was confined in an insano
asvlum in Havana at the instance cf Mr.
Mi-s Hoffman, who sp"aks i:nclish very
imperfectl! . caino to iho Pntttd States
about two .vears .ir' Sho was en January
S encnRPd bv Mr. Hnbens, whose lu'shaiid
is one of the commissioner- enaKcd on the
rev.slon of tie rode for the island of Cuba.
He wa,s tlie eoant"! for th Cuban Junta in
this tit hi fore tho war with Spain.
With Mi. and Mrs. Hunt n.s. Miss Hoffman
vveirt to Havana. Mrs. Kuhn-haa two tiny
doRP. and th"so formed oae of the chief
oiuse- o the maid's Rneian"ec. it was
net ess.irv that the iIors should be bathed,
combed and brushed and that their teeth
shcild He K"pt ei"in 1 lie sin r.nniii-" tnui.
-lie reb"ll d -v.li.fi requeste- 1.. brush the
animal- teeth Afttr a final row with
Mrs Ituliinsln Havana. Miss Hoffman vr.u
taken to an tsvlum She "ays the horror
of the place shattered her health After
sulTeni ir mtat indisnltles she was released,
ami .lie Ittibens paid her pa o-.-iro to New
"i . rk .
Mi.s HolTniVin is a German subject, and I
sjid to hive tlie moral support of the Ger
man Cotisiil-G'neral in her a' Hon apninst
FATALLY SHOT BY A WOMAN.
Kx-.Msiyor Conk of Alexander. Ark..
Little Ibifk. Aik. April 13 Ki-Mnyor
William Cook of Alexander, a smill tov n
on the Iron Mountain, twelve miles .smith
of hete v;-s shot and lustanttv kill"il at
I ,'o o'clock this afternoon by Mrs. Lou H"l
lind Mrs Holland fit d thrt e shot? at lir
victim and all took effect In his face and
luad luatli was lnstaiitaiiiou.
Mi. Holland is about 35 tears of aRe
and has a husband. Cook was a slnylc
man. He had held numerous .ostlon' "f
imbhc nusi m the town and community
and was well known in this eitv.
It is understood that Mis Holland claims
justification on th" grounds tint she -isd
been insulted and urillsiieil bv '"00k.
y telephone m"Snce was received here a.
; o'clock bv Coroner mini: He left it
once for the scene to hold an inquest
Mis Holland mad" no effort to escape
after the hootlni; and was mki-n In custody
lo- the amhoiltlcr
Mrs lyju Holland is th wife of Thecdoro
Holland, nicht telegraph operator at Arka
delplua. and lives at Alexander.
ccok wa.- onl 26 ears old.
ALABAMA RACE HOT.
.Morgan ami .lohnston Both Kxpeet
Kxpect Vietory To-Day.
BirmlnRhim. Ala. Aniil 13 -I'erhaps the
most aRRiessive campaisn ever conducted
within the ranks of the Democratic pirty
in Alabama will b" broiiRht to an. 'U'I to
morrow, when prinnrles will he h"M m a
najoiitv of the coiintii s to select i.indi
diitcs for State ollleci - and repre ntativ es
to the General Ass.-mblv. involvliiR th"
election of ,1 I'nited Slat.-s Senitor to stie
teisi John T Morcan. Senator MorRan .Is
oppoi-td for re-election by Governor Joseph
Chaiiman Nlll of Hie .Morgan Camp dun
Ccmtnittee to-nlsht Rives out the follow ins
statement: Of Hie tiftten Bcpreeutatives
iiln adv nominated and the sixteen hold
oier Senators, Morsan has 10; Johnston,
,S; douhtful. 3, PoptllNt. 1. Of the l") mtm
bers to h" nominated to-morrow. I am nh
soliilelv rertain tht Morcau will Ret tf."
Governor Johnston's manaRers cive tio
flRiucs, but cbilm the State bv a safe ma
joritj rl.nnsas llnjors ConinilssionciL
i:i:pi m.ic spi:ci.m.
Little Hock. Ark . April 11. -The followl'itr
recently elected Maors were commKsioned
bv tlm Governor to-day: J. C. WrlRlit,
Chester: A. K. Cameron. Brlnkley: J. H.
Bolins, Alma: H. P. Dunlap. Clarkaville;
W. D. Kerr. Holly Orove.
Where the Implements of
the Crucifixion Are
Sacredly Kept, -jt
An Old St. Louis House
and the Old People
Whose Home It Is. v
How St. Louis Blue Coats
Are Taught to March
In ToMorm ''
Big Features Suggested-
I Whose Home It Is. v v
I In To-Mnrron's
j "Mr. Dooley" Discusses
j His "Cousin George" as a j
j Presidential Candidate.
Some Missouri Beauties, s
( an Easter Story and
a Klondike Excursion.
for the St. Louis Fair and
Something About Ice.
The Annual Basketball
Game A Smith College
Story, Well Told.
Some Bits of Alpine
s Scenery, and the Young
, Man in Business. .ju
More Facts About the
Philippines, and the
Spring Gowns Sketched
in Leading Paris
CLARK MAY NOT RESIGN.
Friends S.iy lie Will "tmtest to
1 lie Knd.
P.iitt". .Mont . April l.J A special from
Washington. D. C says it is now certain
that Senator Clark will not resign The
pressure from his Montana friends and le
gal advisers is In favor of contesting to a
The Times this morning sa.vs that Sena
tors Clay. Mason. Bacon and Heltfeld will
make a tiRht on th" floor of the Senate.
1 laiming that a two-third vote is neits
s.tr to tins. at him. They claim that th
report of th" committee does not sustain
tlie direct charse of briberv against iitm.
Thev will expose the t iiaracter and plan-
of his enemies, and hev.Hl ilutlhtlcso make
a spc(.;h in his own behalf.
This policy will prevent appointment by
the Governor and may lead to the clirtion
of two Republican Senstors. sn a majority
isition to delay lb not expected. Sena
s Camera Jn thp TJtrfipn
r - - -..M.iViAi (
IT IS WILL to so J'botit the buym of a
Sunday meaner in a tareful nnun-r
'ever.il tiniRS arc to be tonr.der, I hi He
ir.",...ii.. oiirchasec. lie wants t
S n-t tin nev.s -alt the nws w.i'.
. toll He wants to Sft tin ti. s-
Smd.ty readiiiR -articles that ha"
S Jiio-p tlmn a passiiiR value, as vvi
as .host tli.it .'" simply .imusius
S An! he wants to Ret the paper "
!i;s th- b-.-st pictures of th" In
' s,.l,...t A. The Sur.da
Hepubllc tut- all these Hiinp. I alvas lias
the In t tint can he sectin d. but now aid
thai it Ii is more of them than usual.
TO-MOP.PCrWS Hiimi.iv Hepiihlic "niU ii.ive
ill the new som"thiUR tint The Ilopubl"
his every di.v in tne year and. in additio: .
more interesttiiK special and time'
fe-itures than any St. ixmis Surid.iy
p.ip.r ha. had in a Iohr. IoriR win!
4 The Raster season rank
leister topics Csp'iciallV tlllie'iV I
now Tht- Sunday H public to-n. 1 -row
will hav" a nio't int.-restmR
stoij on tin present location of tho
imni. nients of the crui iii!oi r.na'
tliev are and where the arc kept.
And it will 1is.11 hivo two charmiriR L'.istor
stons. well worth r".idiiiR
IN ST. I.OVIS there is a very old hou-. a
frame one that has bpon the home of 1
very old couple ever since their marria.se--a
loriR tirno aso. It his been their
only home, and in it they hav
raised many children. They te'l
the story of their lifo there, and
o'herR tell oT it, also, in To-mor-m-v't
"Air. Dtioley" discusses his "Cousin
GeorRe" as a presidential possibllJty
I11 a manner that -will provo hichly
"ntertaininr to all who liko "Mr. Dooit."
as .1 philosopher and an able dlscourser on
matteri ot current history and who
ST. LOt'IS I'OUCiainX are, Iarnins tn
mar h. with head up and shoulders thrown
back They are learning tho lesson rapid-
1. and their superiors ar" very
jiroud of them. To-morrow's Sun
day Hepuhlic will havo an interest
iiiK story of how thoy drill, and wilt
s.'iow them In th act of drilllnR.
4 4 4 Hypnotism as an aid to
hiirvwy is a subject that is aRita:
!nR the medical world, and also
many people who axe not of tho
medical world. To-morrow's Sunday Re
public contains an iaterestins discussjoa cf
it by a prominent St- Louis sursreon.
THE MISSOCHI MAN "has to bo shown."
and the Missouri woman ought to be shown.
Sho is pretty enoURh. And therefore To
morrow's Sunda Republic will
show her, just as she appears te
fore tho faithful camera. Thre is.
quite an ORRrcRation of the hand
sonio women of a town In the west
ern part of the State, and thero
aro a number of other pictures of
beautiful women In St. I-ouis. Soma
of them, are anion:, tho most recent
debutantes in St. Louis music circles, and
all of them are pretty. And th
story about summer excursions in the Klon
dike is worth reading.
IT IS ASTONISHING how many wonderful
thincs have been stiRRested aj srreat fea
tures for th" St. Louis World's Fair. Some
of them are wonderful and. withal,
practical. The Sunday Republic
to-morrow will give a ncrabfr of
them in story ard plctu-e. 4
And there will be a story that will
interest every photographer in SL
lvii. whether amateur or profes
sional It tells when and where ht
may take Rood pictures.
And then thero Is something on tho sub
ject of ice, as it does and will affect tb.9
people of St. Louis this year.
A SMITH ACADLMY SOPHOMORE teUs
of tho last annual basketball Kam at that
college. Ho describes an interesttinsr event
in a very interesting way. and tho
story wilt be as interesting to col
Icrc girls as a description of a
Yale-Princeton football g.imn is to
college- mcr. 4 In the pags
of Little Clas-dcs there is a biog
raphy of Thomas fiart Benton, a
discussion of Christian Science
from two points of view, nnv num
ber of bright stories, poems, quotations
from the most famous authors and speak
ers, and nil that goes to make this famous
paRo so famous.
AS LONG AS MEN have an eye for th ar
tistic, so long will they bo interested in
that wonderful picturo rproad by Nature
the Alps. In To-niorrow'.s Sunday
Republic, there will bo an interest
ing story and somo beautiful half
tone pictures of scenes In the Alps
something new, as well as Inter
"ting. 4 4 4 And on the sam
Pago thero is a discission of how
young men should hecin and follow
up the battle of life -a discussion
that is taken port in by men who have
fought the battle and won !".
And cDewhoro there Is something about
cabbac-os something that most people do
FRANK CARPENTER lias 5e.1t another
letter about tho Philippines. Yott know Mr.
t arpenter is making a study o' the Phlt-
) ippiues for the Sunday Republic.
l Tills time ho discuses Ilo tlo. and
S submits otne very important facts
C for til" considpr.'ition of the Amerl.
can pcoplp And he presets them
in an interesting manner. 4
The Camera in the Kitchen for to
morrow is even better than iiiiai
and all th" ladies Know that this u
saving a great deal. Pictures r.f three ap
petizing ttlshcr with short articles on how
to mak thorn look just like th" pleturoj
SPRING gowns as th"y appear in fb
o"s: miilmrry -shops of Paris will h shown
To-morrow's Sunday Republic Thn-
vere sketched by Th" Sunday R
pubht's own staff artist-correspondent
who ai-.o sctjs infrestlng de
renptions of th-se gowns and
others. K.isit S11nd.1v is A STy
Rood day to study siye. and Th."
Smid.'y Republic readers will miss
something if thy fail to study
ince. 9 Tliere are other
;nod thlnRs In To-morrow's Su'iday Re
public. All of them could not be enume
rated. The best thing to do Is to gt th
Paper ami read II. That is the only wav
in which it ran he full appreciated.
tor Mason v ill conduct the nght for Clark.
Hi" lattrr has made no statement.
llidoiis Pensions Increase.!.
Washington. April 13. The House, fain-.
.ilily acted iiiiii lift -three hills, among
which wire two Senate hill to Incrrasr
the pensions of the vvidov s of Captain AH.li
apion and t'aptain Altvn 1C. Capron. fa
He r and son. who fell during th" Spanish
War In Cuba Th" S-n.ito fixed th" rat" of
villi of th' -widows at $40. The House r"
duced thp amount to jr. in the ease of the.
former and $-" In the case of the latter.
Crushed by Singletree.
REPf Itl.lCSI'M'l VL
Butler. Mo.. April I.".. -Clarence Henry,
sou of G. ' Henr, State Cattle Inspector,
while hauling a lead of straw ii"r his honi",
11. few miles south tf tha tity. Ml on Hu-slncletri-eii.
ThU friRhteued th" tain. and
caused them to run away. The team ran
Into a tree, and Henry's bodv- was eausht
I between the singletrees, ile was crushes!