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TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.
LOCAL AND SFIIFKKAN.
Wililam O'D.iniel. niRht-vv.iti-liri.ili at
Maplewix.j. js .iriotiil e-s:ord.i.
The sprltlK session ..I tl.i' St ''"" -Vim!
Tiehor' Association mjs IK-1'I Saturday
in 1 'icchurs. III.
The lciman Catholic As-c-iitlon of Mis
tnuri commenced Its annual session esler
.lav at St. Ul-arliisV Church.
The 1,1 students r St. Louis Fniv.-rsltv
will Rio to-night a lee-ptlon to tbclr vic
torious track tciiii at tin- college on i.rand
Clarence Iioldltzclte tent lnfot. the
Kthle-al So' let .1 apcr on "Old SI. Lout,
which had "lien prepared Pierre
Willie Mn IMwards. the child who "?
l-e n the subject r m nsm.li liitcutioii. s
iiin housed with l:.r mother at No. "!?".
He-sie Reck. ,t stenographer liviiiR at tin
Woman' christian Urine, foil olf thr bark
isireh of that institution jrM.rdav and -af-fclvil
Tho llftli annual conference of tho Pres
Mterlan Board of Foreign Mission- will "'
In region at Compton A venae Presbyterian
Church to-morrow afternoon
A section of a larjje f'1 "lro !U IrLM',
wa anj Tenth street. Last St. 1-uuK "a
out .vester.lav at Z a. til. Trafite on the tr
lines .iftoctui .!- delayed Wo hour.
Jar.il MarKUlous. a landlord holdinK ptop
uy in North St. Louis, is- hwhly in.lUn.mt
Itx-aure his tenants per-lu in fast. nniK
theli carpels to the Hoofs with tucks. He
sa.- It Injure the floors.
Senator MeHriile will vole with h- Demo
crats on the eanal bill.
The ship subsidy bill will probablv not bo
passed .lurins this session of Corres.
Piosp.s-ts that the World's Fair hill will
pass this M.s-iun of Congress .'.re ry
The rmnorlty has filed a stronc; prcserta
tlon of Us 01-0 asaint the ulltlv meas
ure MeKlr.te is (iu"ll t show that -imer-
lea's marttinie commerce Is flourNaiti.
th.. i-mirliision is drawn that It
hej from the Government.
; kn f.ral domestic
A lite Tcia- land deal was conclud 'd.
A mule caused a miners' strike in Ohio.
A iun.iw.iy Trias lad is d.vins in Kansas.
A new Oklahoma militia has been wu
lzl. Kncine are be! in; exported to Hut ope
A man rtr-wl Iil:e a iaboier wa found
dead at Dalla
The IViiorral- and rojiuh-ts of ( a
honta are fu-!iig
Mis Clark and I'octm Morris will b
marricl on Mav S
Music Instrument- of a prehltor:e ra -e
are Mill ilcar in toi.e.
Yukon River opened on May S and -lm n-ej-
are now eoIu? throttuh.
Ciptain ('apron's wid-uv ! solus to th
Philippines .! a red tro-t nurs-e
Doctor I'risiojih-r o "hle:iso adi.tr "
four r"'a--o"i why children are dull
Admual D-w.-y attended cliur.ii ami
raMxil a iui"t .1.1 at Knosvilie. T. nn
The i:.vcr. ml Ilowland Hills cli irsed wit'i
hlam. was. pluml in jail at Klnlr. N- h
A t'amidian Prion's bravery ha It n
war-led by the presentation uf the Vi -. a.
The twentieth. annual convention .'
bet land 1'resb.n.rit.ii Women opontd
Thorn.!-" Voorhi". a i idet at II!?e M
Acadctn. was drowTjd jeterd.i
A Iwv was draKced l.i fret in ;.
b a balloon. He .-Iuik to a rope t.niil it
i-.,ne -.slons t mine Siberian iD.i'-i'' t r
ptl v.r-e oliUiin.Hl ovir forty iiimptn.r
by .-o-jri Intiiirir.
MiniMtrs at the Chicago Genenl '.i.'. --cn-e
wtr. jst-t.Hl on the result of tile "' -N
All the 'ireet cars nill at Ksind 't
r.nd the strikers mole n" attempt i di--vlirj
Illinois i now in the dtmblfiil column.
i:epicen:aile Willi ims believes Jhat Hui
rlfcon .-an ln-aT Yat-..
New Vork rmaneiers bflieve that t'i- C'lil
cai;. and Alum Kailiosd may alrortt the
5!i-ou'I Paeitie Hallway.
May MiNuIle and Kdna Wo.-d-n were
dtowtie.1 at Ji'phn .-trday while l-v.it
riduiK Alth two yoiinu men
. Another Infaiv w is taken from the il. & O.
tunn. 1 al Phi!ade:phia. in which twa frc'.pht
trains rollliied Friday nl;ht.
A careful inni- show that the l.nioe
rac" hi- l.othini; to f.'-ar from the r ii-.ilr.a-tinii
of Towne lie the Populists.
Fin- al Camden. N. J., destroye the
Farmers' Jlarktt-huuse..ten stores, and Pity
dwelllnqs. Ie.-ninK '!' pers-ons liomk",
The lejiort'-d ofes-inn of Kich In ie?arl
to Cuban Postal Departm. lit affairs was
read to Neely. He bald it must be a .vd
A Mexican clrl hro'.e into a dunceon and
liberated her Amtncan Fw-.-etheari. who
had been coniln'd there on a tiiiial com
Jilaint. Webster Davis' .irrival in Kansas City yes
terday caused a flurry among the Kepubll
lans who aie K-itherinjr lor th-ir Sta' Coii
ention. At the Southern Baptln Conventim in
Hot SprinRS. Ark . the woman's hat .;us
tlon came up. A unique peech was made
by onu of the de!e;atts.
Tanner even.d things with Hertz. Iri
mer had full control in th Cook Count
lifiht. Politicians are makinir their pea.-e
with Cullom. How Ilccves was rolled at
Timid TammanyltBS fear to ki s- dele
cates to the Kansas City Contention, under
the Impression that the denizen, wear th ir
pants In their hoots and are ral Wild
The Pari- municipal tlect'ens tesulted in
a rebuff for the ministerial party.
The Mayor ot Panama has or.iereil the
cbtElnc of all establishments at 10 p. ni.
Ixindon newspapers congratulate the
Hritons that the war Is practically ended.
Dreyfus will arrive in Pans during the
.lections and his Journey Is causing much
Archbishop Corrigan has arrived in Jtomo.
Kampolla Is said to cpiKise hitn for th-;
Sdney. Australia, reporleil 2i ea"s at
bubonic plague, of these seeuty-three re
Spenser Wilkinon estimates that three
months will end the resistance by Ilir
armies, but sas guerrilla warfare may follow-.
Iord Roberts's arrival ai Kroonsiad was
warmly welcomed by the ISritish. The Free
Ftate Kotrs are tr.kklng. and thn rumors
of their iH.HEreemcut with the Tnuisva.il
ers are lli'cd to be thereby tontlrmed.
The Filipino towns of Hiloncos and
Maann. Island of Ix-yte. were occupied by
troeps of the Forty-third Volunteer Infan
try. The Filipino resisted and suffered
heavily. The Americans had three casual
An-nn. the Brand old man of baseball, has
written a liook on his life.
Pert Jones pitched wll yesterday, and
Ft Louis shut l!rooklii out. S to 0. at
At the I.uNille bicycle races. Stolons
and McFarland successfully worked their
old Rata.-. Owen Kimble was second.
Harry Hikes, the American, defeated IM
otird T.ilorc. the French champion, in a
bike race at I"ari. paced by autoejcle.
New York, May li. Arrived.
Mot Me. May l.V-Arrived: City
New York, for Glasgow
Queenstown. Jlay IX Sailed: Steamer
Iirnim. from Liverpool. New York.
Hoston, May II. Arrived: Steamer Hiber
New York May 13. Arrived. Steamer I.a
nurlnc he I'nt Fifty Year
Mrs. Wlnslow's tioothlne Syrup has been
i-scd by MILLIONS OF MOTHERS for
their CHILDItlCN WHILU TKETHINU.
with PERFECT SUCCESS. IT SUOTHES
the CHILD. SOFTENS THE GUMS. AL
LAYS THE PAIN. CURES WIND COLIC,
end is the best remedy tor DIARRHEA.
Aik for 'Mrs, Window's boothinc Syrup."
Little Willie May Edwards Is
Taken I roiu Grandfather al
VVCRC TO START TOR TCXAS.
Mrs. tdwerds's Altorncy Ob
tains Writ, Which Bpp
uty Sheri'i Served.
KEARiKO SO TGR TUESDAY.
Ctistcdian ftinkes Mo Resist
ance end Child Is Brought
io Si. Louis.
Little Willie Ma L.iwm-. whose tiioili-r
Mrs .Irslo lMn.iih on ?4t:iril i irht mil
wilt.il her hu-baitd. at.d IiN ft titer. .Inil le
cainrd m esslon of the child, si't.-r tlie
h.ni bten separated In nn order of Jinise
Withrow. is aKuin hou-ej at me iiome of
Jlrs. !Mr.ards"s mother. M-s. M J. Stvart
wooii. at No 2IJ.5 Pine rtr.-et.
There was no ecitfns sitae at the link-
wo.j.1 Kailnra.l Nation when -Mrs Kdwards
, . .. . ,. ,.K ,
iiml her attorne. I-rnest O. 3o!(imitti. and
a deput j-henff took Willie Mi from
Doctor A. T ITJwards Saturday r.te'it a
thev were on their wa to Tairant fount.
Teas but iher. w.t t to a h -it; . ene l.'iien
lii. i-i '.It. r il'.w hr d.iuf liter to i -r and
mi:s .iisii: r. i:itv.i:ns
Win. rt two ji-ai
el llitir .lii'il
enfieil the carriage whkli Is.re then li k
to St. I.oul-
The Incident of ti-e pursJit tif Doctor ICI
wards fnrm- fii interc-tinij chapter in the
lon siege of litiirat!o:i In nhich Mr. and
.'Irs. Edv.atils haxe been the princni:..
W f yi"& is ."'iiNT ?,isr-Sji2r "t k t
I or twe J ears Mir. Edvnnis and ikt nus- , cf g: j0j. of x,.Mimiik w it h. Id Inst n'sht
hand have been ent;ai;eij it. a lecal war ! ,;t the residence of Flunk Mat-iuehek, who
for the iKis rion of their only child. The ( hiu Is-en Kiien the title, fiom his Iniluenc.-cont.-t
Itean in Texas and gradually drift- ; otn-tis the Uouemiaiis if this city, of Kim;
fd io St Louis, where I. has W.15-M r.ir ', of the i;;h. mintis. 'I he nieetliiir was an e.
. , rpiess;,.,., r the opi-isitl.,n or th- palish to
n-ore than a ar. 1 ntll last s-aturda Mrs. , ,,. ciwnR r Jiri,t ,i,at had b.en forced
Taiwan!; had Mieceeded In retaln'nu the I upon thim.
thlld. r.otv.Ith"tani'.ii!K that her husband se
cured an crder rrom a T. as court m iklns
him the custodian.
When JudRe Wlthrcw made his order Kiv-
In.t the custody of the chl'd to Doctor Ed
wards of Tarrant Count. T.w. the
mother seemed recoicihd. The Court stat- i
'.I that a reasonable time should be allcw d ,
before tin child should be taken from her
mother Mrs. Edwards and her daughter,
accompanied by her attorney and Deputy
Sheriff (Justa Fins, w.nt to the residence
of Mr- Edwirds's nicth'r. Mrs. Jl. J.
Swartwnrei. No :iX Pine -treft Doctcr
Edwards called lit
with a carriage and t
proposed, Mrs- Edward states, that they
drive to his hotel with the child. Mrs IM
wards and l-.-r d.iugrhter ..nter-sl the curias'-
ac. ompanl'ii Itv Doctor IMwe.rd.s and
the Det.uiv. and started downtown. The
tarrlape was driven to I'n'.m Statlrn This
was about I p tn. on Satuplr.. Attotney
Goldtmilh 'aid that he had lte.-u told that
Doctor EJwntds would not leave the cit
until 6 p. ni.
Doctor Edwardf made no exru-es. but
tuck a tialn to Kirkv.ood Ma Elwards
bade htr tliild i;ooii-hy and returned In
ttars to her mother.
Vrter U rlt.
ll.-r lawior had in the meantime ie.-oie,l
to repaln the cnlld il he had to Kn to Te.i
to hunt the case. He had no Me-'i that
him of tlie departure.
Mr. Goldsmith went at on. ' Mi".
Sviart wood's hou-e an.l saw Mrs. Edwards.
Sro told him what lad hais-:ietl and ho
that Doctor lalnar.K woiiu pet on .
' . ... .... i. . . .... i
at KlrRw..o.i aim r....... .o,...- ...
an.l take a tram i.-r lexas or i-ia. i.s j
-.,'nlil wait until nisht and take a tra.o
Kansas fit. The att.,rn.v went o it to
JudRe Withrow rei-idenc- in W.-tmlnster
plare and eudeavor.sl to induce the Judije
to allow him to take .in appeal and tile
a supers. deas bond, but tie .Indite wan
tlrm. statliiK that the case was nit an ap
pei.lable on. .
Theattornt then returr.t.I io Mis Swart-wrwui-si
house and he and -Mrs Kdwanls
drove to No. 1714 ashl'igtuti boulivanl. '
tho tesidence of Judse Ii.-nrv W. Houd of
the Court cf Ai.peals They found Juili-e i
Hond on the fiont jiorih li was men
about fi p. m Attorney Coldtmiitii .iplalned
the situation and asked !c"iie to tile an ap
plication for a wiit of habeas corpus
JudK" agreed to tak
the matter up In va
cation and made an order on no.-tor r.ti- i
w-ardv to -how cause why the writ sbeiild .
n.it 1.,. Issued retiirnible Tuesdav niornlns
Mr. GoM--mlth was fortunate in lindiv;
Mr Murphv at home and the matter v.as
ejulcklv adjusted it was then 7 p. m. .-md
he could n.-H Ret n car RviinK down towi. as
the Subtirl-ati cars did not run e-ist after
7 p. in., and there wa no livery liable
near by where lie could hire a e-arria---.
He Unrned that a car went east at it. m.
to take the jollce v. ho were on r.uard at the
power house .if the Suburban load at llcd
iament to th..lr hemes down town. The
attorney asked pertnlcsIon to he allowed io
ride on the trian and at first he v.-as re
fused. When he explained that It vas a
race to save a mother from heinir ".p.--ratccl
from her child tlie iiltcrnrv .vas al
lowed to ride. After a vi-it to Mrs. Sw.irt-wood-s
he ttsik a carriage and was driven
to I'nlen Station.
Mvantime Mrs Edwards had not em
Idle. On arrivius at Fnlon Station sht
ea'lcd up the station aRfnt at Kirkw-o. I
and ascertained that an eld Gentleman at.d
little cirl had eotten off j train there
land she was sure the man was Doctor Ed
l al.. . mll-.t sir .Ann. 114. I !IH 111! lMlICllllII Ul -
whVh eWds : tost1 Louis Coin... " J"f KlYl5ln-V" ' " "" '" hUtTOUn'1-
wenTVo: nig Jfir g . 5?HTs vr,-
'..,7 o tg nio Z'' "Vary
KXaVdsMe Vo-re'lo UsS.v L3STS5S!Uart 'Wl
V llnri- cnlnsl -
TO REGAIN HER CHILD.
yi gmwj i.j..ij M.m in i it iojkJ
M I I 1 1
The 1 M
. n at t:i
w lor iwii
wanls be learned that th woiihl have
to wait uittil V 4 p ra. to -et a train t r
the Went. Her fittor-i-v arr.td at 1 nioT
I Mation shortlv after :ii d ifter she Impar.-.l
i ibis mfonratior he vr.-.it to t- Fur Can t
. " "fwli of a Drnutt Hh. .Iff to ,s-orv.- the
ord.r ot fH.urt Afte.- imr difhcilitv liepu-
,v c..rl via, w uiud.nl to n:ak the
trin ami loeth.r ih. ilrove to . t
'-'tallon. arrivim; In lime to catch the fai-i
for Klrkweod ir'ni. '' Itoctor Kdward- would
hit- iu l-oa'd if t. liii.ti.ini to dtparl that
Mrs llwjros a. i-jtiiiiann d ihe att-irni
I I il-jiutx to Kirkw.sMl The three took
; .liff. rent . rs .,' jhe ttaln. o tli.it when the
I -tatinji was ieaeh.sl th. eo-..!d m-ire
I . i-i i ri. t-. i I'm tor ialv.arrt's. should Iie.it-
II mi t to c. 1 atMiard
i In. tor F'lw.inls M on the platform
wh.ii the tiani stiipied anil bv his side was
I in. i hili' Utornc iJcldsirith saw the Ut
ile cirl as lie -t. pp.M from the train. She
j w is j-i P tin ai-t of s'e;ipi-is Int one nf
i the e. ah. t- when he .-.died t her. utJit:;;
! h. lit i. -me. by which she i known in
j tee tandli nli!. h is 'iki-" The litt'e
cirl :. i- !! i..tl the vtiiv-. j.ikI t-tep,Hsl htk
i i.i i-e i la form. The : ext instant the
' I". in I-. w h-r t.iKMrd hitn and -aid to
I" ' r iMwaivs. "oi: will ja.t take this
' MM in T-is t i-nish "'
I The iit.u,. Sheriit arriied on the scene
I t Ma .ii!-.- ami iej.an i. r :.d the writ
, li.. - .r liiv -.ids den.andi .1 to knov.
I whn ;n in.r'ti ih. . eti m was tak"U. The
i T -w . M nh.-.l happen, t! to lie present, ard
j .-P , ei'ir ..1 ni- mib.-d i' tiei.-itv and ti-s--ui
' II" . - lMwais is.,i .je was a court
. ..ti..r . ,fr fiv..,i-d- .xamln.ti the ii-
f t I. --uie tn-t everythius w.i" all
rie-'it . ml -o-'n the ".MI atxuiii" was iiend
and th ti-.ln s; .rt--d. just .if ilr-. Kd
w ,r.!- seiji d It. r dausbte- :n her arms and
.i;i" i.. are-., her l clor Ialwaru.
t -...si and wak-d ava. statfi-ir that I.e be
.1. . I that he wo. .1.1 ; ill IriJ.
Att'.rr-i -. iluhtsmith hind a earriase and
h md Mr- iidwanis and h--r rtamtliler
md D.iut Sheriff Swarln w re driven liaek
to :!!. I.nit-. arrivius at Mrs. Swartv.ood's
r,- i-l-ne. at 3 a. ni
idle t!i.- i I is!- was in progress nn anx
ious sr up .,,) ifn w-rtiibi at the iei
.!e?ie. of Mrs. Sv.-artv vid H was comrsts si
it V .- Si.,rtv.n..il acil h. r dauzhti r. Mrs.
i5r:t. Iloiman. and ! s Lulu Wo-sJ Tnv
l.ii of Teras. a ni,- f rs. KdwariN.
Tin ret.it! a teleR-am at mliii-lghl
alsmt the sii.-eessfut lusf. vnd had sat up
to await lb.- reti.ru of the pursuer, ard
"Wiirafe." The arninl was th- oecislon
for much Jolhlieatlon aid tonKratuIation.
BOHEMIAN' PARISH TROUBLES.
Fi.vi'k .M;itiiii(Iick"s Ffilliiv.fi s ilolil
i . meeting of the mrml ,-rs ot the 1'
t a.- uuii.iier oi in.se wno wisneit to is-
piesent ..t ih.t mti':ti; was s i;re.it that
they ectilil not Is- c ntalii.d in tie Malim
ehek house. 'i"l- latter, ihi-n. went to Fa
ther N:ko!a, the .i.-!iirit past.T of tin-.-htirch.
and whose removal the patish are
opposmc. asking that the hall on Twelfth
end Soulard str. .-ts be opened for th me. t
inc The pn. st replied that he had hid
i.lers from Vicar G.nei.-il Mu. nisiep.-u
that net nutting In- held and that he ci.uld
not iflve the hall.
Sa Ihe coiiKreKate.l liohemlans had to Is
cont. nt with Mntotn hek's reslder.ee. It
was decided that while the uiiKreitation
destre.1 to retain Path, r Nikoli. it did not
wish in any way to affront Father Ulal.n
of St. Werce-:laiis-s t'huich. at No. 3M1I
Oregon avenue, v. ho has lvi n ehoet-n by
I ine i.uarii or Dint tors, mipiioscui with
aiitli rltv from Archbishop kaln. to sup-
plant Father Nikola So thev decidtsi !..
i voice their iirtesi not avalnst Father lila
lui but acali s the i.tird uf Dire tor-. A
committee of two was uppoluteil to see th,
mtmbtrs of the board and demund that
they e;ilain their aulnorlt. The two -n
. this eiin-.mitte.. are John Sindtlar a'nl
i Charles i hii.stupher At the same time it
was determined i have a fienernl ni'i-hns
I iievt Wednesday niht
RIOT OVER APESTHQUSE.
iiizpiis. lit-ft ODii'fis SfVfuil
Fiifiiifii liijnifii bv I In .Mtili.
Pittsburg. May 1.1 A molt of
Ira J mi-
""! ' -
sesslim of Turile Creek, u smull town
about eii;ht miles east ,if here. .'11 the
evening, nnd at midnlKht the Sheriff vv-ts
called upon to .sui.jir-s-s tin- ri"t. The
ttoubl" v.as pre. ipitatid by the Hoard of
!,,.,;, ,rvinK It, take la.-sesgion nf ait
n,..lIll!one)I ,,,,1 ,uim,.. i,, ,he town for
a tie-1 house.
The citizens e.bjected to this, and when
the mcmlwr of tjie ltoird made preparation
tor the tetnov.il ot tt.- .!:. a-es t,. smitli
s)x iu th town to th- school'iou-.- this
.'VenlnE, the v.. re met by th mob. who
lefuseii to allow them to pris-e-. d
Twent-tlic special olfhtrs weie sivrn
In. bi.t toald do nothii K. and the Volun
teer Fire Department was ealbsl out.
The :lre:r.f-n found a full-United riot in
prore's, nut su-xe.-o.-d In dL-siersnu; th
rioters by turning the ht.se on them. The
ovv.l soon returneil. howev-e-. .'.ml. , ut1 .i-i;
pelt.-d the iir. m n vsth storus
and heat Inem with e Inlis until the 'iliiccrs
retrcateii. A number of the Iirem.-n were
h-idlv cut and biulsed. hut none was M-ri-ousl
In the temporatv aos-ei-ie- of the erovvd
sev.ral of the fir.-m.-n nrd tinee memb.rs
of the Roinl of Health t.tok posses, ,n of
the bulldlnjr. where they remalneil liirrlcid-
until the i-herlff ami iosse arrived About
telling tin m to allow the Hn.iid of Heitlth
to do as It wished and the copimitTC would
ask the court thi moirin;: for an injunction
lestrainlne th.- board from usln? the huihl
insr as pesthousr. The crowd acejalescid
and all of tin- patients were taken In and
the rehoolhou'e .piarantlneei.
CHURCH WITH" BILLIARDS.
Oliiti l't'carlii, Will ili.'Vf :n
Ap.iiisi'iiifiii A mips.
Toledo O.. May V The R'-veienl Mr.
Palton. a re-sukirly ordained minister, cre
ated a seisatl'm here to-lay by preaching
from the stat-c of er of the lcadlns thea
ters, ard s.i.mf the -)".rct-i n do mote harm
than tl-r saloons. He Is a--rane'nj; for hold
lnq services in church with billiards, pool,
bowline- alleys, etc., but no liquors, as at
tt actions on the side.
KANSAS GITY LINES
ALL IN OPERATION.
. tlitnils :ii Viiilfiui-
.M;itlf I.'nlil Afh'i'
TWO MEN AH J
iiiiliisiiiiil CiMiiiril CilN "ii -Mi
wm i Countess to l.iiiiti I'owt'i
( I'Vi2ci:il '.niils ':ti.s
rninl Willi l'iiSM'itoi'is.
K .i.-ar Cit. Mo. .Mav l.i-i:e'V -I -.1
ir tin. in tl Is div and Kbuni- "ii. I--.. .
w.i in n.ll i.wi.Uin:i lotlay. and no nlmu
I veil, in i- was .ifl. icd by the -tril-.ei , i.i.-
il o-nieht. when two of th-::i w.iti.d a
Klu.ior m ,i saloon and mad- a pj. Ii .- :
' '- ! I'tiu pounilliif; him lic!t and :- rt.:
" i.. i them with list blows. One id the
tiik.is was ariesled. hut the- other ta-
In aaoih. r itart of the ills a sink
p.,1 a . onductor's U'o bt.iusi- he ! -
I--. d to ;,o on
too. wa land-tl In
The iirst oveit i'. m llif Mtt ef th.
strlk.rs was committ.d Just Iwfoie mid
nlfiht at Twentieth -md Tioost -ive-i.e.
when a spike was tlrlitii into the -i.l-!e
slot, ctnslni: a tlela to trail:.- of half an
hour. No il.un.me lesiiltetl.
Ilirlv in the day Rr.mps if 'till: rs Slith
ered at the diifer.-n: ih.w r-h.:ists .md
luletly urj.e.1 the crews to r.i out. Less
than a thir'n resi'OiMied. honour, in.l t! '
Idaits tlf these in. n iere tilled. The inll
way eilllelais said they had appl'-a-. wis
from twice as mny men as th.-v could i'".
an.l to In- sure of in. delay placed half a
d. 7.en eMr.i crews at th- terminus o' e ch
line. iMylnK them full w.ise. to till the R.ip
thai mislit Is caustsl by any recri.i' to the j
slrlkt rs- ranks. tKca-io-.n!Iy nlons tii' Ihn
the erv or "MMl." would I- helld. but t
was prlmipilly Ihe -ict of li..s who t -ok
delic'it In tininlizlmr th- new ni n.
Ihe weath. r m .I.Hnlilful. and the peo
ple took advanlHce of It. with the r.-ult
that tl-e trains n- rowded throirthout
the dai Tit. re w;' prietK-allv inithinK to
indicati- that a -trike ".lis In proKr-s".
Pres'tlent Holmts deeia.-id tint so far as
Ins company v--.s concernfd. the walk-out
was a matter t-f hDtotv. and he emphasized
the -tat in-lit bv joininK a j-artv of tri:i.ls
on a Jaunt to l.tav.-nworth. The striker.-,
inirrvl. w.d individual!, htw.vtr. .1.. lared
Ihey were sti'.; h.Telul. ami that to-morrow
would slu.w d l.'erent re'li'ts.
Duriri; the aiternaou the linlu-!ll.il Coun
cil held an . nthuslistie niftinR and adopt
ed resolutions .yn-pathizim: with the .street
ear ir.ni and .irdern-.s a locott of the rall
wiiv .on-.pan The resolutions risuest the
heads of the different unions repre-eiited in
the cmin. il to iri'iruc-t their ni-mls-rs not
to ride on the .ars. and urs-- the m.ml-ers
of the-e unions wnrhltiB In the railway
ccnipanv's lowei-hrusts and shops in what
ever cap.Kity to strike In symiwithy with
th- "trett c r nun. The resolutions ko so
far as to tetrucst th" union musicians whn
furni'h music at the parks tsmtroll.sl by
the comp.-'iiv to refu-e to play for the
Tne Industrial Coirt.-ll is lomisn.-l of liT
ty different unbuis outside of thr biitldiin;
trades. Iich of th.-se unions was repre
m 'it.tl at' tu-d.i nifetliw by two dele
gate;.. In addition to the resolutions of vm
paihv. the lndiislti.il Council iiii.-nimou-lv
adopted the tt,i:o.v!nc appeal to the Mis- inl
memb. is in congress:
"A crisis has been preclpitat" .1 h or'i..
U'd lals r bv the action tit Ine Metropolitan
Stre. t Railway Coiiipaii in disi harciiiu; -'-tv
-file or Its cmplov.-. because tar-u ni. n
saw lit to ccnnei t thiniteivts vvltli ot'ie s
of th.ir.raft. tl-it vihen the employes ,-t-temiil.d
to etirdse their m.iiih.od b .t
(lu.nliip oihr .mpl'.v.s to beejme memlwrs
the compau.v ri sort.s! to the United SlHti-s
cot.iis for a Malik"! liiriii. :I ai r.-strai u.:c
iai-li and verv on- from interfering In the t
m-itttr with the m-n in lliiir employ at
time when not a smsle -.lulawful act .ju.il
l... .hurir.sl nn i.. orc-m led labor.
Then fore we app-al to you In the name j "Ever tiiitu v.llhlti the aid oi the j-o-of
humanitv to use your Is st enleivin to Iter department will be. done to Ki.ard the
have Omeress itj" an .. t limliiiiR th- i ,tr. .t car te.mpanlrs- prupertv and t-.e that
5u."-M..'i vniJi "i.r.v-v roSsMS,Ti"s"r "- r ,r,'1 itv ,tt rum"ns T
the t-l.ct.oti "f ltdi.d Slal.-s Juds-.s by di- . --" ' '' '',,t '-"" l'- -,l"r' li"
reel vote of Ihe p.oile." I tt..iK lo-elai. ot.ause the forn- was worn
This app"'tl. which v. is atlopted en. -ni-I nut b.v the live days' sbKc th'ouqh which
mouslv bv the council, wa; irder-e! s.-ni to J v.e have pjws.si. The nun iittsieii the r.st
-acn Missouri tr.faih.-r in CiiKre'S it illui I notitie.1 the eompa-nies to .hat effee t.
was oce-isioncl. of curse, by the j.-straln- . , . , -:,,a ,v u.m i, iv ., di.- of
Ine ord.r W--ue.! a-'ali-t the -irlkers l..st ! ' sflet tl auntia because It .s a "a. of
nisht bv 1'nite.i States Judf,-.' Hook. I I""--1 :'"- -n'"-" is "" h a large street
A :nas ni,, tins of strikers ha.s b-0n I ar tralllc. It Is not neii-ssarv f r busin.
cal!"el for to-morrow morninp at 10J5i. wlien. j me:i to come downtown, the p. lice hale
it is beli. ved. determined ai-t'e n n-iil 1 e ( d.me koo.1 work since Tu.-silay. That was
.ii-ci'ie.i upon. ine mct-uug v-.-.n iv p-"-
sided ove.l bv National Ors-nilzer Harry
Ilr.van. He tt -nlcht epriss.,i bi u m
corivi'Ilon that the iren wi'l iiltimit.-lv v In,
and declHreil that the llqht would Le '.rc.et
from noA- on
Moist in;: ICnijrii.'ss mi Tmllfv
win n.tti oiiMii.ifs.
A sin.it! bov. oiii of a number eusai:rd in
.'.tiiiiKinic dunimies. tin caps and old wash
boll. rs. on the east track of the Mai'-c-.
sireet line at Twtntv-thlnl street mil
Clrk avt-nue. i-aine near losin" his life v.-s.
l-rdav evtiilnfj at C 1-) o'll.rk. Their o! in
e.t ep-ratinns was to hlbli a dumtii) .r
othi r obj.st to a string and throw th
olher end of the strln-4 over ihe trol'. y
vvir-: then s,elze Ihe fr.e ,nd and dr.lv.- the
"scarts-iov." up h!c;h enoush to avtld iis-i-im:
In this In.finee the stiins had l.en
pieced out with an "Id rusty wire about
ten f. et Ions. Onr of Ih.-se "kMs" sci'-sl
the wire ifter it had Ien thrown over the
trollev nnd was instantly kiiccked (l:t upo-i
the stone pavins l-tween the tricks. A
pai-er-liy ran up and raised the lad to his
feet and after he had regain, d nti.cious
ness cautioned the bnis to ue stihiKs oiili
for tl'- rest of their decorative work on th
wires, and said tt'-'". had the Isiy's fo .t
been on either rail In- vveut.i undoubtedl
have Nen kiilf.l instantlr
ib-tv.een Jefferson av. line and M.irkt.
I. w.iv of Twentieth street, theio Is an
amusluc .sjll.-etiun of obli- t Mining alouB
Then Is a se.tbin of a wrtilcd roof on
the trick oppo ite l.'nli n Ptilion on Twen
tieth street, uh'ih trust hav. ixiuired the
liiM'tr of a do7i n men to raise to Its ,.r -,-cut
JU,MPEDl?iTO THE RIVER.
.Aim tin Aliiiiiiiiii lifliiMil (lie Aid
.Maitln Altmauii of No. i.-.". Nonh i(.ii-d
treet .ommitted suicide bv Jumping irto
the liv.r last . veiiinc Aliout 7 o'clock I e
walked aboard the wharflio.it of Ihe I'eii-jie-'see
River Pa -kit Company at the foot
o! Pine timet and. alter B117.1115; out over
the river n few minutes.- le'ird oveiixiard.
Andy S-rtel and Jt. A. Jiurphy, the pri
.ate watchman n the twit, exter-ded lini
.1 pole but lie iefu-.d tc S'lve himself. A
menu nt later he went down and was seen
no mere Allmami Itt li me about t''i
o'chrk. tellin-r I-i wife that he a coln
to board a train at the le'vee He wie a
brewer, '-mployed at the L;-mp bicvvery
c - .
CORRIGAN IN ROIViE.
I.i.iniKiHn Said to Opjiosf Mini fur
SPECIAL I1Y CAItLl--
Rome. May IT. (Copyright. K'0. r.v W. R.
litatst ) Archbi-hop Corripran has aii.vd
l.'Italia declares that the pope woull Ic
-il'.''iR to make Ccrrie-in a Cardinal w. ri
ll not for Cardinal Rtmpolia s livtly ciixj--ition.
CARS WILL RUN TO-DAY.
Citiitimieil From fase tire.
ml ule. JIV. in tl,. Suburban I'nli.n. Is will- j
lliK Io loutrlbiil.- !'.i a we-k to !: si-
port of the s(ui;t,K .tr.-.-t rail iv in. n J
Tr-c money Wiii be pai.l .,ji .l.nvin.i. It wi. .
said, international !i,k Mak. r.' I'm "'
-lit a n'.tir ...s-utii.-c tin- striker of tin ir t
symt.ithj- -.nd a n- lution to fine thWr ,
mimbers J2 m-iy titm- th-v rid- on tl.. i
.-treet can- until th- strike !s tt-.tlsfai.tifi: I
DR. BOYD TG TliE STRIKERS.
Aiiti.-rs Tlli-lil Ilnw In I'lnti'fll if
Tilt Wmilil Win.
linn than J.ai -.(rik- rs ai-.d their fa-n-thes
'ilt.-il ihe wv KiiU ivMiHum la!
niht to heir IKstor W W. li.yd sp '
on the Mil.Jf.t of the strike. II.- addressed
them l- invitation if a innmlt:- "
..triK.rj. H-fore th- s. nr.on be::nseveiat
hvmiis H-re iin;.
In Milistam -. sH-ior :..d sai.1.
" 'Onr Father' shall be mv text The--words
ai the brst two uonls in tin- l.orl's
l'rayer. W sav 'Our Father All 1 nomina
tions a it. We mean that G.xl Is tint mil
mv father ..r your fatln-r. Isit the lath -r
of esv IKinK creature. We Hrkiwwlo: ."
nr common falh-r Mi.ii we say Va'r
father.' we sucsrest a broth, rh'ml. for -f
we ra .staim.in fa i her are we not
brethr.n? Tlwn e a. and know that th'-:-la
a broth. rl.ti.a1 uf ni im. Y.u may sa k
is a nliBbuis I rot ierhbo.1. hut il Is a Li"1
tlat by our ?tr:i-r w.- v that we ir-
I iTnthem in c.ir.hK thlncs. an t.ell as thlnp-
of ielit;iiii. Now. if th. r.- is a biotl.erbtrtx!
tif man. an- there no oliilali'ns?
"Y.-tt. as hiethren we hale social nbllKn
tions. We must lint ener-.a.-h on the wants
m-.l Ihe works of oiir fell .w-maii. We a-e
all strvinc htm v. Im came to tartii mi'l
a mo.It-1 of ihiw we should do uy our felh.w
men. --Nov. in the ni d: for m..n y we have iiHtde
Cleat cumhinati'ii-s and th. a Kahi i'i
In.oriK.rale.! n ere and v.e build a thins
i-ilttsl the trtl-t. On the .rther hand, we
come t.elh. r In a .-otmiHin want and f.-rro
sKiit!s iitoI then wc form ureat union?
Tli-. ru.-ts and unions retire-- nt two class
es of th-eight ami Msfjlc. ard it rousi b-S.-.1U
tliat one class seems to have Iteen dls
crimlnited apalnt Th.- uetiun now
ar'.'.'s: -Wh.-n iii side lias b'-en wnr;e.i
is it richt to strike'.'
"We hae t -d i two ult.'.t forces n tile
industrial wurM arratd avai&st raeli oth.-r.
They are at ilvtittbtek an.l ileterinlitfd It
is -h- one union against the other, and "'h-
ers ytiiT. r There i.- sent, thing rut!il.-s. in
sue'i .- struf?sle. It sts-ms to irte fiat the
only remei'y for ueh state 'tl affairs is
. at. t.-. .,. V. . .. ..1 I.. fal. liAnAat '
111 I.Illtri rtll'l III II I!'! IINB TMlitl)'! "T in'
probltui. The iu.-;!.)n imuv : hall it !
"KtMiifm! r that ! k f Kii.tris ,in ritle-
j til" re Is puMir ottniiiu S.e ! it that von
i.ui pui'tt. oiii.'it i-i liter, t'.: ii" i .r-.n.
:tj;.iln.-t the dirtates of the Iav: Do s It
ccnin.iii.ls arel s.e if v.ni cannot win with
out violer.i. R. inemb. r always to oli.- th.
law it r.ii'Jiies that no one destroy an
other's llf. - his proisrtv. nor int.rrere
with another's !i:.in ... Thu-i" who obey
the law can for. i-ll win the oplnlun of
th" public th-u those" who d. fy it Asjaiii
I sv. -o1m v the liw!' And will there be
p. ai.e or war?'
CHIEF CAf.,?3ELL'S PLANS.
l'olicf. He Sii. Will (inanl All
I'tKi.ls ihiili Ilfiiiiv l Unii.
Chief of Pi III e Cimple-lt said list nmht.
The j'lke hsve Kn.tt'y r. ,--.ip. n.uil
to-day's rest ami thry will W in Roed con
dition to i. Mime vi.irk in ihe tnorni:iK. I
: shall d. tail tho illce n' all the ear lines
j that the Suburlian and Transit conmii-K-s
i have in. ii to mil. s I did lat week, aid
. iiilcitvtir to ailorn protection ior in. ir i-
ration. At ' ...lock in ihe inuriiia the
Suburban, with its tl.tee branch -s. :ae
Fa-llefonralue. the llirk and Cempf.i:. the
Irick'Jt- an.l lite Delmar. 1'ae aisl Spa.ulu
inc avtnue lines will start up. i have ar
rarsnl d. tails .f istliee at all the sivil.i,:
'. points. al.'DK the tracks, and on th- . ir--. so
I that they will not Ik.- moiesir bv iie
i ci.'wds. If th. transit i-u.pany h s iu-
men to run an inoi. cars we .-h. 'I --I..1
Ihe jsilii'. Ii ill i- stall up tin I'Hhf-iIlll
i an .IK- line It the ,-'i;n-..ul s want to ,-un
1 th. cars on Int.. the ntuht ;h.y shili n.ve
the iiolk-e prol.eli. n. V.e i::t nil to i.n
them tv-iy i !-o::unUy t op-raie the iMdIc
!-i. l.ouis stntt car sjsum an ine iii.u.
fl. ,..oist .lav. A lame i.ortWn of the force
i is iHiiniMtsed of ntw men. the strike ua, a
nw- itiHottler aisl It ti-ok a dty to organise
our forces'. Now vc art- In pr.-ll..'' sisrl ii.
Tnt- Hoard of Police Coram. dwr rs held a
me. tine this nwrpinr nt which all the
Captains wer- called In rttendatice. It
was decided to N- a little mon- riKld In en
forciiiK order and iilseiitln. The men must
pay more ati. ntioii io dutv and keep
; .siestiians m '.irg. No crowds must he al
lowtd to con?refiate anywher.. In s'mi.- in
stable the is.dce have Mnpd to dlses.ss
the strike with p:.sers-by. Th it will not be
tolerated. The men mint be more s,.I,!crty
In their bearing. This Is what th. board
want.il to Imprisn upon the e"apt..ins. No
ilb. rder and ips'.iuen'-c r d.-tv is tt he
LETTER TO THE MAYOR.
I'olicc riinl Calls AUi'iitioii i
OlistiiiciitiiiN in St if ft.
A' the meethiK of Ihe li.ur.! of Police
Commissioners yestertlay the folloninB let
ter was adopted and orJeied s-,nl to Mayor
ZltK nheln in consrinieiieo of the numerous
obstructions piled on tlie street car tracks
since the l.PKiniiliiK of the strike.
"sir. 'Ihe condition of the site, ts of the
city where the str et rillroad- run is a
shani" and disgrace.
The matter was called to the atfntim j
of tli. Stre. t DeiMirtmeiit jestmlay and as
no effort has been made to clear ine
Is ihe work mainly of bvs and hibireti
"The Police Department cannot operate
successfully without the r moval of these
obstructions, which eniUncr the lives not
only of citizens, but of our men. In ase 1
of lire, it will he impossible to ojH-r.lio trie
.. partment open the streets eomplafned of
without the t,-re-atrst danger
"The men hi this deiHirtment have Is . 11
under (treat exertion durins th Iat live
da.vs: some have Iteen badly lnjure.1 and
our horses are so badly lneapa--it iied that
they could not b- usid to-day The situa
tion Is critical arai calls for prompt action.
We ther fore resyc-etfully request that the
streets .omplained of be el-anc-l at once.
The letter i Msned by Harry R. Havv.s,
president and Thomas J. Ward. S.-cret iry.
SPIKED THE RAILS.
.Mail fur n ilfranii'f UiviMon Wa
Spikes were tlriven in te joints of the
Meramec division nf the Suburban Rail
rend Company's tracks at Sarah street nnd
Chouteau avenue early Sunday morntnc
The f pikes wre about live inches Ions and
two inches of them st'ind alKjve the rail.
As no cars were operated by the cfimjiany
n the line jesttrdny no trouble was Im
posed u:or. 11 by the act. Th mail car
ihat goes out Sunday mornlns over the
line was delayed about an lour In cons--eiucri
e of the splklnc of the tracks and
K-ster-i m.-ils fallcl to get out on time.
This was reported to the Federal authori
ties and the Government officials nt once
same. It N clearly the dutv of the Street 1 rant was sworn uut bv C. H. Hall. ' I
Department to clean the str.-Is and keep Tills 1. "bother W' In the histor of
the'm cPar. The obs:r,:c.c In th- street-, i ng iX V.iW'h,
Ihe rock- an.i refuse pb.sl unhi til' tra k" 1 mall S,IVJ th:.t li'Dattiel a-s.iulted blm .
by the men in eharjre .if the ..tr and orpu-t.--s
w. re ..t onee detail. .1 on the ea-- .
The t'M.lMbiittl.-s are t'wt Ihi- .-it will
ie:lt in the Institution of pns-eedinss in
t'.- Ftd. ral Co.-rt by I'nlted Sta'is III -him
Attorn-v Hoxii r. He was out of the
. it y ct. rda an-I .onld not Im- s.ii
J. H. LAMGr'ORDr'S MISTAKE.
Ass;siilii ili-i-l'isf i!i- S.iid il.
V,:s ;i .'n:ii:nii)ii Man.
mi. a i -r;. ri
il .. .. . )
,! X i ..i i. a-tin.
i.l tile . inplo of 1
p.- ii.: if. ..t N-
, title. r .-. p.. .1 .t s'
li a. n:i. i; S.iti'r'';.y at!.-'r. ! Is. ta.-i he
Was not a tint n llx.re- I nt,gf. rd b id
l-ii-l .stme .tit ..f the vacant hie -.- at .".
lwi North New -lead .nfimi. whtr. 11.---.'
."I le.li .'.ins s-iin.. i.pjilrinc. i.li-n f- n
itiiknov.ii :n . :ppri aeh.-.i him ai-. a-k'-d
him if he was a io. ml er of an nut,:.
i h n lie stnsivrre.! iIimi he was not Mi
Kiii...i on him and be n P. si ti . t- a
l..-aiinir. Mnr.'e ran on. lim;tnrii" a
M-lai-cc ,-i. m, f ni,. .i. i, urn. k Into
.k.T the h.ail Willi rt pi,., f l. ir.'l;. nn,
a piiniul I.,, traii-.u. 11. ir. n r i a i
, .'in i ltl..i. tr-.ilr . -tap.-
.Moriev ai't i.ir.
i..i i w i.t to in. ir ho.i.
.-!-s; o;,. J."i,, .Mjlllnll lii K:i!IS,ls:
il Stiik Lt'iiiiff.
! Vt It. .Vlai..-n leler.l. -et! I Im- fullowi.-
hcram to Harry A. Itryan. cm. rtl ..r-
jjimz.-r ..f th. AmalKHtnat.sl Asso-i-t:
.Sir.et Railway i::np;..j.s ,.f Amer. i. who
1- now directit.K the strike at Ilsno.ia I'.i.
Hi . .i-i. iii uirti j.mi an.l lai.'ir p -t.t. i - ...
i "" v ' " " '- " -re.: uifi . - 1
")'r'"",n ' J-.Tn . a i'.d.ra! J.....;..
I r"" " l,v "ur "" lituiH.iid! ri-ht- v m h
,..!- ..j.iai i.t iiio-e or hui cor; .raiiuu in
! M:s ,n. ta. ...j-.uii .1 lah..r i; .1. h. ir
I tli'ty Tiuf work, r.s of s-i J. h.Is are ith
RE m ABANDONED CAR.
Il W;i I'scd ns W:iilinj;-lJtiiiiii
i o'clock last i.iaht lie- was .u.-. ov-
rel in the .street car which stamLs i:
Park atnl N.-wstea.l avi.iiiies for a vv:iitlnir
rotiin. Tin Fire l-partmcnt was .-all. si out
and ihe hlaz. extuiKUish. d. after it had
Ion.- small ii;im.iK.
The .ause of :h,. nre is no! kno.-n
It .s the pr irty of the St I.nuia Transit
STREETS TOSE tCLEAWED.
.M;in Arts mi l.fiif:- Fiuiii ihf l'o-
I ion re. ipt .,f uew cone-r'diie: ihe eon
le.its of ih. coinmunicjitlon Mayer CicKen
heln lilijih.nn I tlie 5-ilicr that he would
notify tie Sir.st t'ottiinlsstmier this morn
ii k io put a for.e of men at work removing
the debris and obstructions pil.sl cu the tar
tracks throughout the eliv
loleroe.-lite Fiuhl :i Tampa.
Tamfi I'lj.. May Us I.ahor troubles
b-rf- have t 'I-en a turn for the v...e.
There i.s new a central stria,. In all the
titiar ta.torfes ,.f Hie I lavaiia-AtueMcan
C mj.in, lt t!i'.- city, and about l. men
are out. The trouble is a striiKKle letwetn
tin lalstr unions. ..oh trying to make the
strike -ittle the sup.riority of one over the
BOERS WEFT LIKE BOYS.
Mti.v Tlif.v Ikftfivfd tin Xfs if
.'err. -;,n'ln. r r.f tit" Assi,.tate.1 l-rr.
Ignition. May ". -The Daily News e-orr.-rrnnte-iit.
A. tl Hales, who was taken pris
oner by the liocrs and returne-I by them
Io General Gat n-re. sends his uiper an ac
count of how th- Heurs rc-elve.1 the news
of Cronje's- surreu-ler. He was at Hun-her-djrp
wh 11 the news came throuch. He
"Win 11 the news eame the folks would
not Im II eve it. Titev would just as soon
hav- leheved ihat the sun rould fail from
the lumen ami leave the earth It darknesi
as that Cronje. the Iron-willesl. tlser-h..irt.-d
Cronje. could throw down his ..rms.
Had the Rw-s come tant he had made n
mad rush at our enns and p-rishod with all
his men armnd him. th-y mlsht have be
lieved It Hut the;.- could not ledieve th it
lie. the man In whom thev had placed their
faith, had surrendered with thousands of
"Rut at lpt some who had escaped from
''ropje's liace- brought in the fateful
t.evvv. and thn the stolld-lool.mir IiKhtinK
men broke dov.-ii. They wept like Niys.
Great ruRKOd. Iieariksi men dashl thtlr
rilles on the ground aiid --iiuriwl them with
th!r Nts. whilst ib wn their -on and w 1.1.1
I tanned facts the lean-ts.ur. .1 r.adliy. Oth
ers uws me c-ws soiiy. vvith chins drop
ping on their chests, with hard set faces
while with p.-ifto -te odn too .leep for
words the.- si,,hi .intnr up in their riilr
wilh haneLs hard urip; - !. mill ro w.iuld
tldnl: th tiKhlrntcl 11111-1!, . would leave
the imprest ..f their ?truir.i..K IIiiRcrs upon
th- ,id s,i,.,-i ..v ;. erawde.: tog. tner
and 1-xtk.sl ditrablv irom face to face, like
cattle fi.rsathere.1 to Ibe shnt.ihl.w " ,
ldow bH.I ztiinn.il them.
'To them Cronje was something more
than a man: he was an hint: -ah.it the Kresit
e't.r.-ican was to the French soldiery after
the battle f Austerl.tr. s,( Cronje "was to
(these rude farmers. He wa their brain
e.nte-r, their rallvlrs oint. Had Paul
Krimer N'tr.ncd li.em to th. ir foes for !.-!
sake of IlrPish sold, they weuld not have
felt the shock a.s the fd't this ne inHii't.
WATCHMAN WAS ARRESTED.
Aiiotlifi t'ii:iitfi in ilif Ffiitl at
William olXinKl. iii;h: watchman at
M.iplewoort. was arte-ted at ..'- Sjnday
morninK on a chars, of carry 1111: eon rale I
vvtiis is wlill. drunk. He was taken to
1'iavto:-. where Umd was ftirnlsh.sl him by
ex-JiMK,' John II. lat.plman. Th.
wMle he was esn.rtlns home the Missis
Hall of .M.lplewoc.1. He sajs. that O'Daniet
leviled li'm and nr.t! ,-v.r..l sbots at him. 1
none .f which took eff.-c' liar, man sa.d I
et-teriTay lie wou:d prosecute O'D.uiI.'I for
ass.iult to kill
There is ..r.e case of assault to kill In
volving Hnnsinan and ej'Daniel still in
court I-i th-t i Is O'D.inlel who accils -d
Hun"man f ass mil. This Is in Judce
Rapp'.- court at Wellslon and will N; eie
cidtvi this w.ek.
CHICAGO OFFICIALS IN JAIL
Cliarofil Willi fiiiisjiintcv in I'i.
duif Wiilfi Miai'";fs.
Chicut; .. May li. A scheme by which the
cit of Chicago has Ix-eii ijcfraudeel 011:
of sums :iKKrc;;atinir tlii).'0. according to
Chief of Detectives Colleran, has been un
earthed bv detectives, and two men are
i.i.vv in jail charged with conspiracy, while
s. ven ot 'ers are under surv-.illance-.
fTarence M. Wolfe and George W. Pi5
pott. employes of the Water Otllce in the
Citv Hall are under arrest, chare-l with
partlciimtlns In the cmsplracy. v;hlch. It Is
said, has been sulu;. on for over five years.
It Is alleseel that Woifc and Pisrsott were
caucrht in the act of chanslni; the oial of
a wettr meter In the Rainier Hotel.
During tho last two months two city de
tectives have stood In a room seven feet
siiuare In the basement ef the Rainier Hotel
looking throuRh narrow i-ecpholes In a
fourteeri-ia.-h brick wall and waltins for
evidence P.y breaking the cap of a water
meter the; conspirator" hail no ditflculty in
chanulnK the hands on the. laj s 1 as to
cut down as much as desired the record of
TlIKIll-: IWT TIJAINS t
gl3 WW H
i "- -" .
I f . r hi i t'leeirs -in1 I'1""' ' Ar'-
rlirs'leaxc . !) a. ir . 1 ' re, S.j
r 1i ric K ir I'l'ten trair.-. enter jv r!r-w-n "
i s-rett 1-taik-n. Niw ark. in tho hcait of ths
Made so b
Wc test theni
iWE ARE SCIEHTIFIG OPTICIANS,
317 11. Seventh St.
Hctwccn Olive ami Locust.
Il 'S r 1
h-r fz n A f-n rr
W & A DAY.
BELL TELEPHONE CO. OFJtO
OLD ST. LOUIS" DESCRIBED
FOR ETHICAL SOCIETY.
P.M'Ki: I'ii-Kl'Ali'KD r.v imki:gr
Ajipfaiaiiic of 'ity"s Silt. Primt.
iii Arcliilfitiirf and Other
.Mattfis of IsitfiTst.
The last Hieetiiiu of the St. Iwiis Ethf.
cal Society for this senscn was hcH las
nlKh' in the art looms of Ihe Jlui-am e.;
Fine Arts on Nhiftt:ith and Ixietn-t str-ets,
tiu- teatur' of the evenin;r lsjlus: an atMrct
on ell M. Lciifc-." deliver. .1 by Clarerco
tl'ldttallr. !r H.-rre (.'houtetiii was tm
have spe,kn. but he was forcoel t d ai'eenc
ami Mr. litblitzelle apis-areel ia his pia.e.-ie-adln
the palter v liich Mr. Chooiteau hau'
preKiresl. The attendance was xood con
tfeierins th," dilheultieM of trnvL
The pr.K.sllus, of tho evening fp-ne-I
wiih seltet'ons by th- Ethical fss-hty
li.'rns. which was fol,-vel by a reading
.seI.s-t!oii by Pnifesscr '.ihtey. Another
musical sel. .-thin v.as then renl3rett and
'"lire-r.-e HoblUzelle was mtrislu.-cd. Th
Jstp.r wlncit i.- read covered the Krounl
from the foundiiu; of lite Ry to an ad
vanced period In this century, aril was 11
lustrat.d by stereopti.sin views, many of
which had Nen prepared by the sjieaker r i
tlie evenine. A nnmb.-r of views trAen from
..id daguerreotypes wero also presente.1 to
cive th" Hueiience the m(wt truthful Idea of
(..nditions .-s they n-ally existed i iheoo
The pa.er N san with the tf.iie when all
the lerrilor west of th. Mlsi-islrrpl vv-13
praetleally unknown, the sreater part be
ins a I'retieh Ix-st-.mi,,!,. The cri'Ini; of
th. territory to Siton was disu-rlbeil and
tlie tn.tli.rl of travel In thee.i days- bneflr
toiichtsl on Le.-I. de, th. founder of the
cit. was iiei liitroduee.I nnd a tlescrlp
tlon civeti of the manner in which he s
eurcl thr ,rant of the land where the cltv
now MiiDiIs. how- he came here In 17tv and
hi w he e-Mahhsn.-d a little. frm on tho
liank of the MissisMppI at a isiint which
would N- near Main and Market streets in
thee days. The history of the early
churches of the city ami of Uie old forts
which used to be on Fourth street was als.
touched upon The ses-. nd Catlndie Church
was establish il here In IM9 hji.1 it was in
the little t'ravevard of th.s rh'irch th,
many of th. founder? of the oldest fami
lies in the city were buri.sl. Pontlac. t!i
ceiebrate.1 Indian Chieftain. was alsi
huri-tl Immediately in the rear of tho
The old houses of th- city wero then
describes!. In thos. ,Iavs th. favorite
method of construction was upnsrht posts
with the intersticet. 'Hied w-llh bome-mada
brick, mud or stones. The carl. est houses
were built of square.! loirs nnd their con
struction was so solid that they remained:
in cod con lili-ai down to n very jate date.
The old for:s and towers which were erect
ed a? a protection aminst the Indians wero
built of st, ,11,. and Ioop-ho!-J. Four of the no
towers were tr.cteel ni a stfekade at
Fourth and VVash.nton avenue.
The appcrance of the 'and when the first
ii--!-c was bulll here was very different
tr.im what it -si imivjil-jt There was no
i,r.idual -lo' e- to the ed :e of the river as Is
now furn'-hed by the 1. vie hut Instead th
v.et side of the river was cemposed of
r'.th bluffs vvith onlv two ways, of reaehlnir
the water's de Two or thre Iarite lakes
or ponds stnod wliere huzc hislne?s blocks
are now situated, one beir at a isiint now
.ai Fourth -treet and Washincton avcouo
and the other tn the site of the present
Cupples's bloe k. The old families who iirst
M. tiled he-re were also mentioned.
CHOLERA AND FAWilNE.
An AjijH'al in Hflialf of Strirl.t-n
f-ondnr. Jlay II. Tlie Itombay e-nrr -spond-
e-nt of tile Tin'." says: Thr cholera e-on- Jt
tinues to race In th.- famine camps. Ther
have Nsn 4flD ilcnths In three .keys at M.m-live-".
and so numerous are tho e-ases at
Uorde that it is imtensibl- tc .-olbs-t the
NnlieM. These lie for .lav s in the sun The.
Insrple have l!e.l and earnot N inducesl to
return. A -miliar state of things prev.iil-s
ll'I'Kll. FDR IMII .
New York May It. The Indij Famine)
Relief Coiiimittie lo-itinht issued an appeal
to the citizens The appeal says, despite tho
aid furilsh-d .;.i'.o people in India, at.
I H-t ,ww mere are st.-trvinsr. ine ap-ix-.tl.
which is s'-ned by the olllc-rt. eif the
Intll.i Famine Relief Committee, says that,
Ameri" oiurlit to n.l it Past tl.bOXhflO.
i-i.viiti: in :.i eeiMi!:ni:i.
Rombi.v. Mai Is- Fifteen thou.saml Mo-hairtme-iKii
weavers m t in Renare t-.!uy
and ln.lors.sl a memorial to the Indian t.ov
ernm.nl aitalns-t the pl.iKiii- rules, declaring
ihat th-s. w-re contrary to the laws ut
i;iue.-ss I'lnnf tit Mint llomt.
Waukcsan. PI Mav 13. -News Flat th
I ? elect"" Plant of the I'nlted Slate
Sucar R. Ilnin e'ompany will close down
Is ci'iiflrmrcl. Manager l'aul Morton state-a
that the shutdown is but tempo
rary to admit of enlargement and
repairs, but 11s the plant is practically
new and h.r been running but a fe-vv mor.thi
or so i' should hardly need extensive re
pairs. Crrn Is hish. and other clucosei
plants are chislng. so it is feared the fohut
down mav be more serious.
Arc jnsf as suri-ly sisns of inipun- Moexl
:is is tin- most pcrslsli'iit scrofula sairo on
tin most irrilatin ctp-e of salt rhe'tim.
IftM-Ml'si Sats:turill.-i enrfs all troulilt-.t
that art ilux t bail blood, Iiex-ausi; it
IIi:lla-s tin IkiiI l1I0.ul KOetil, rlcli, pure.
li::ltliy Itlftexl. It e-Ioiirs tin; 6kln of all
IiIniliK's .Mini eruption.
I r-Vs fills cure liver Ills: Ihe nonIrrit.etinffan.J
only cathartic to taka witti Rovi's sairusuilla.
May 1c Msiitless.
inflect, hec tt.
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