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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. SErTEMBEK 9, 1900.
! Saves Middlemeas ,-&".
S Profits. Prevents
i hare diet. lied
I the best whiskey
direct to con.
1 V have thous
ands of enstom
ers in every -i.te
and want moro;
I we tlmrofore
im&ke the f ol.
We will scud
you lour lull
.quart bottles pi
IIUjmec Sat en
Year Old Double
' Rye for Jj. jo. Express Prrphli. We ship
Lin plain pcksce no sari's to Imlicnte
content. When y as 'get It and test It,
III It Isn't MtUfartory rctum It at cur
' expense, end we will return your fj.ao.
Such whiskey cannot be purchased eLsc-
, where for leas than S5.ua
I BiTTBrscss. filato K.-.fl BcaJc, St Lords,
Uturaatl Ban.:, Dayton,
oraayof tho Lipr--?- Cos-Tames-.
YVRiTB TO NEAREST ADDRES3.
THE HAYHER D1STILLIHG 00.
F30W07 S. Seventh St, ST. LOUIS, MO.
226-232 Wet fifth St, DAYTON, OHIO.
P.8. OMr for Aril.. Col-C! .Uho.lIont !
I Ner, N. Me-u On , Utah. Wa.h.Wyo, man'
I bXor29Qtb7 intent r.-TPa-. a.
MINISTERS GIVEN CHARGES.
New Appointments of the United
Brethren Church Announced.
OIney, I1L. Sept b. In the Lnlted Breth
ren Conference held lr this city the pa-tors
received their appointments to-day. as fol
Mount Verrea District D. R. S.neff. rre.dlri;
Elfior; JJlutorM Circuit. O Poiltli Hrou i r
rult, T. Walters; llrwurt Oir.Ti.t. S !u-ard.
Ctnlruwy circuit. J O. Sh-ucy. t-ainlew Jliv
Flonsry. J. a liunnell. fh r- circuit W
Mretch: Lone Praltl Mlsiu".ry. VI- Bt'l
Metropolis Jllsflonatj. A. R 'Ko. Stout t.
non Mltstonary Stailun. V, 1. Iiumi. Mount
Nito Circuit. II l. llrnwn Olncy Circuit t.
Iloley: I"arkerburp Circuit. W. o Hiyixlc. !;t
tVanciavlUe Ctrcu.t. tf u. sio'ti. rfuraier . lr. ult
Jt Grirnn: Vrg-nne Circuit 3 VI uwler.
Olney District-1. H ii', ltrrldl n? hldr.
jKnoatwlla Ctrtult tV R Munclo. bird's Clnult.
C w. Ua.urn.in. Ioln Cln at, 1' 1" Kwlenr.
IilgT-ocl Ctroult. Q W Rail. rwnp Circuit.
A. F. Powell; Ward Crof 'ircull 11. J Mu
sellman: Jawett Circuit L. II. Miller. Lone Point
Circuit. J. Cbuflll. t.o?cote circuit. J I" ttu
tvn: Now Hebron Circuit F JI. Kink, Obi.. .K
Circuit, J. T. M-Crectj Oln J JIlsflon..rj .-ta-tlin.
W". C Adams Ya'o Circuit. T J Itltbty
Terre Haute District J. V. Oaism Pildm?
Elder: Beech Clrc.it J. -..ffi.iin. Cn:.rpoint
Circuit, E. M. MetiOT. Clay "ltv Clnult, l F
Kirk: Oettrvllle Circuit C IUbit M um
7.1on Circuit, A. n Mnrklcl . Nt.fr; Ml-u.iary.
O. W. Reed: New Gh- ClrJlt I V. Hia.i
stone; Oak Hill Clrrult. A Shldler- Pralrieton
Circuit W. H. HalbersU'.l' I-lea'antTilio Cir
cuit W. U Hall. Terre Htute Mi"l?iur) Sta
tion, T. E. Foreman. Vermlili'i Circuit A. E
Weatfleld Illstrlct-J. I Rrnn-IenburE. PreI.l
lng Eldr: t-hrrh.re Circuit 7. 11 Kyard. Ileech
er Cltr Circuit C E. Boyd: Cacj Jllsslonary
Btatlon, J. C Fowler, Gallon Station. J It
JJorvlIl: Jamf-jrv-llle Circuit. A. K lC-4it. Jlount
Carml arcult W E. Anflerron: OHfl?ld Ml
sIonry, tn be supplied; I'an Mlbslvruiry feta
tion, S. Mills; Redmon "Cinult. J. M. Inman:
Sulllwm Missionary. v W. Collins; Union Cir
cuit. A. Rider: Weftfitld Station. J. A. Haw
kl'e: Westaeld Clrcu't. E. It Johns
President of Wesiriela- i'nliej Hreihrm Col
lege, W. S. Re: prof r ot Wcs'ie'd Unite-1
Brethren ColleEe. IV. It Shuoy. editof "t the
Religious Teleow. T 1 Kephart mltFlona-A'
agent. V. C. Eailth. evanct lirt-at-Uru. D.
Fpyker: cenfennce ean(te(it S. Smoot; confer
ence evanrllt J. Jt Gocdrnan
The conferenca will cloee to-ruorrow nlpht after
Ihi days suasion.
OFFICE BOY'S QUEER BLUNDER.
Tlirew Awaj Checks and 2Cow
Colonel Uobba Is iu Trouble.
A story that is roI.ir the ruumls cause
many a hearty Iaush at the -Mjen.-e of
Colonel William A. HoblK, former ltecoru
'er of Deed.s, and at present manager of
the Dally Hotel Reporter. .Much of'colonnl
Ilobbe's buslnet-s !s djn. In the morning be
fore ha arrives at hi office. His olhce boy,
Thomas, who Is a prombonr- youth, attend
lo a good deal of the wii-k. He aciuitte.l
himself go well on all occasions that Colonel
Hobbs Intrusted Thomas v-ith the opening
of the mall.
"If any money cornea In the letters !
It carefully BElde." was the instruction. "Fl
all letters In a neat pile on my ile-k re.uly
for m to read. --Any advertisements, bills
or worthier notbrs which arrive Van be
thrown Into the waste liayjtct."
Thomas promised to follow the Ini-tnic-tlons
to the letttr. Things went on well "or
awhile. All the money nau laid aside and
letters plied neaUy, but a number ol .h -cks
which should have come to the oltlca from
several large firms In payment for adver
tising failed to appear. It was ascertained
that the checks had pern sent all risht
Colonel Hobbs at once started an Invesll
gratlon. which left nothlnK 'tinsearch!. At
the bottom of Thomas's waste-bo.vket the
Colonel discovered a check of one oi thi
large Broadway Jewelrj-lioue& torn In two
Then the storm burst over the devoted he.'u'
of Thomas. He explained that h had put
aside tho money care'u;i, but thouE.it t-uelj
slips of paper as tbat were cf no use to
the office and simply tore them up Yester
day the Colonel spent much timo 'n coinjr
from one advertiser to another to learn huw
many cbeoks Thomas had reully destroyed.
END OF STRIKERS' 'BUS LINE.
Committee to Submit Its Finn! Re
port To-t)ay. '
The Bus Committee of the striker prob
ably will fro out of existence to-dtiy. The
committee Is composed of Leon Greor.--baum,
Joseph Murpln, A. W. Morrison, T
A- Holt and J. J Hund. It was formed
In the early days of the late street rail
way strlkH by the Central Trad- and la
bor Union for the purpo-e of s dicitlng
funds and providing for labor sympathizers
a mode of transportatlcn
Thousands of dollars were collected and
hundreds of teams and w.tgons were put on
the streets by the comrr..tlee.
Secretary Greenbaum will submit a final
statement of the committee".', receipts and
disbursements to the Ceutiul Trades and
.Labor Union at its meeting to-day and
ask to have the committee discharged.
The assets on hand prolrtblv will be
placed In th general treasury of the Cen
tral Trades r.na Labor Fnion, though an
effort will be made to have them turned
over to tho Executive Committee or the
strikers for distribution amun t)ioe who
most need astlstance. The Auditing Com
mittee of the bu line was at work last
night on Its report. X statement could 1-e
secured as to what the total a3.-ts would
be. but It was admitted the umount would
reach Into the thousands. Yesterday the
Bus Committee turned over WW to the
ARC LIGHTS DIDN'T BURN.
Ground on Seckuer Company's Cir
cuit Causes Trouble.
City lights on three circuits of the under
ground district, lighted by the Seckncr
Contracting Company, were out of ordtr
last night, and In consequence no arc lights
burned. Fortunately It was a moonlight
night and the darkness did not occasion
- that Inconvenience which would have re
sulted had there been no natural light
The circuits affected wore batween Cerre
street on the south and Washington ave
nue on the north and the river and Eight
eenth street on the east and west respect
ively. The trouble" was due to the
grounding1 of a wire somewhere In the cir
cuits Involved. The exact location of the
grounded wire had not been determined at
a late hoar last night, and. in view of the
fact that It was under ground the chances
were greatly against relief before daylight.
Max C. Way, superintendent of. construc
tion of the Imperial company, eald: "Wc
hare been unable to locate -tho break, Vmt
there Is no possible) chanca of dancer, as
tho wire Is underground. Wo have sent znm
In everj- direction to locate the irosblo,ami
will remedy It as soon as possible."
--hss .' U1.V-IX1 aa
BRYAN REPLIES TO
THE FLAG ARGUMENT,
lie Speaks to a Demonstrative
Audience in a Milwau
HIS TRIP BROKE THE RECORD.
Ninetv-Si.v inutes After Leaving
Chieagn the Democratic Leader
I'.ows to Knthiisiastie Crowd
in the Wiscoiimu City.
Milwaukee. Wi.. Sept. !. William I. Bry
an made a record-breaking r'ilroid run
from Chicago to Milwaukee to-day to oneu
the Democratic National campaign in Wis
consin. Xlnet;--lx m'nutes nftfr the cimli
l.ttc s spociil train left Chicago. Colonel
Bryan was bowing to an enthusiastic crowd
which m t him at the detot here.
Chicago had a conspicuous share in the
day's doings. Mayor Harrison and the Coot
Count j Democratic Mircliinc Club, with .
brass band accompanying Mr. Hryin 'n
the tralT The special was met at Western
1 mon Junction by Mayor Hoe and other
Milwaukee officials and citizens of promi
nence At the Milwaukee depot a band was
Colonfl Bryan and Mayor Harrison were
taken In carriage at the head of a pro-ct-sion
to the City Hall, where the na
tional candidate made mute acknowledg
ment to the crowd's greeting After a btlef
pause Colonel Bryan was driven to the resi
lience of W G. Bruce, chairman of the Mil
waukee City and County Democratic Com
mittee for luncheon.
Mayors Harrion and Rose went to Na
tional Park to watch a baseball game, and
the Cook Countv marchers were taken In
street cars to National Park, where
they were served a luncheon until the
--P tkers arrived, a: 431 o'clock.
Before the arrival of Mr. Bryan, the
crowd, which showed evident signs of Im
patience, was address'-d by Mayor Harri
son of Chicago and Louis J. Hohmrlch. can
didate for Goicrnorof Wisconsin.
Mr. Bryan said. In parf
"The Republican party Is not prerared to
defend Its petition ujon an question be
fore the cotintiy. The question that Repub
licans leader want to talk about is the
money question jnd they are not better
able tc defend the Republican position on
the money question than they are on other
question?. The only reason they prefer to
talk about the money question Is that when
they talk on that question they can use
old arguments and when they talk on the
trusts and Imperialism they cannot use any
arguments. (Applause and ltughter.)
After devoting the greater portion of his
speech to discussion of the financial ques
tion. Mr. liryfln attacked Imperialism. He
"Let me ask of you Republicans: Did J'ou
bu the Filipinos from Spiin? Who says
that you can buy sovereignty over human
beings? Will the Republican party omert
that doctrine' II so. what becomes of the
doctrine that governments derive their Just
1-owers from the consent of the goerned?
"You say that we Just bought the land?
If so. how did we get the F.llplnos? Were
they thrown tn with the land? (Laughter
"Spain found the Filipinos there, went In
with a club, beat them Into submission,
anl then sat down, holding the club. We
found here sitting there, paid K OOO.tWO for
the club, and then sat down there our
selves. (Great applause.) Is that your
Ber.pamln Franklin said that the securing
of trjde was not u cause for which we can
JusUy spill each other's blood. I believe
Franklin was right. Are you willing to
place a price up on a human being? We
have lost more than 2,000 soldiers in the
Philippine Islands. How much trade ought
we get In return? (Applause) W'lwt an
swer will you make to the mother who
loses her son-
If you want to buy trade with human
blood go out and buy It with your own
blood and don't send pome one else to be
killed. (Applause and cheers.)
"Our religion teaches the gospel of lovo
and not the gospel of force. American
blood was shed In Cuba, and yet the Presi
dent told us that we rould get out of
"They tell us that the ftig was raised
over Manila and must stay there for ever?
The Arcerlcar. Hag was raised over Cuba
and the President has promised that that
flag will be haul-d down when the Cuban
llaif is reody to be raised In Its place, and
if a Republican President can haul down
that Hag -M) miles from our shores a Dem
ocratic President can haul It down 7,000
miles from our shores. (Great applause.)
"But the Republicans will not use this
argumtnt much-more, why? Ilecause they
have biuled the Hag down In Alaska.
J (Great applause.)
'l.epumicans. no you believe that when
the flag once goe.s up It can never come
down? If you do. how are jou going to get
the American Hag out of China? (Great
"If. for the reason the flag floats over
Manila, we arc enabled to keo the PhlllD-
i pine Islands, does the fact that the flag
roats oer t'eKin mane us perpetual owners
of China. Republicans, you have got to give
up your flag argument You have got to
take our flag arcument.
"Our doctrine Is that the flag belongs to
the people. They can raie it whenever
thev want to and take It down whenever
they get ready. (Applause and cheers.) Our
plan Is simple. Let us treat the Filipino
as we promised to treat the Cuban
"We told the Cubans that we were not
fighting for land, but were lighting for lib
erty. Tell the Filipinos the same thing.
"we premised the Cubans that we would
drie the Spaniards out. and would give
them their Independence. Let us say the
same thing to the Filipinos, and then stand
by them, as an elder brother, and say to
the rest of the world, 'Hands off!' "
Mr Hryan made his second speech In
Milwaukee to-r.lght addreslng a larger
crowd than that which greeted him at Na
tional Park thlt evening It was the occa
sion of the opening of the Wisconsin Indus-
,.nl t-r,i.i.lr -. Pnlnr;! ttr- in t.ou nm.
cc-iled by Mm o: Harrison of Chicago.
Colonel Bryan said. In part
"A thought that is Impressed upon me
by this exhibit here Is that competition Is
the thing that stimulates and makes us ap
proach perfection. The fact that these
manufacturers meet here to compare their
wares, the fact thnt they present th" very
l-t things at the very 1 west priee this
ace lints for your progress and jour growth
and -as you see in this stimulus and In this
rivalry tho eldence of advancement he
ware of anything that strikes at ih.it com
petitive principle and robs society of th
stimulus thnt comes from an endeavor to
excel any one else.
"If all these factories were owned by
on-! corporation It would not be necessary
for you to have any exposition, because it
would not be necesary to advertise wares
or approach perfection."
NEW CHALLENGE FOR JEFFRIES.
"Strong jlaif Says He Can Lift
More and Box as Well.
New York, Sept. S. Having read of the
wonoerful fe-its of Champion James Jeffries
in the weight-lifting line. Rolandow, the
strOLg man, culled at the office ot an ev-n-tns
newspaper here to-day and Issued ,i
challenge to Jeffries offering to meet him
at weight-lifting and also to box him s.x
rounds. The challenge reads:
"If Mr. Jeffries will come to terms tn a
weight-lifting contest with me, choosing his
own terms, and gles me; the same privilege
to pick tho rules of a six-round bjut, I will
meet him In s.-Ud bout in private or public.
"If this should fall through with Mr Jef
fries. I would be pleased to meet any" man
In .the world In a we-lght-liftlng contest for
any amount of money from Jl.fluu up."
Rolandow says he Is prepared to carrj- out
exery' provision set forth In the challenge.
He has been noted for his marvelous feats
of strength, but few of his friends ever
knew that he was an adept with the gloves.
He says he Is and that he has practiced
many times with them and Is a bit clever.
"Here is Just the way It Btands," he
said: "I know about as much about box
ing as Jeffries knows about welght-llftins.
To decide which Is the better at both a
contest Is necessary.
"Ho would knock my head off? Oh, I
guess not I'm pretty well used to the
gloves, and I don't think he can do It In
six rounds anyway. Ilealiy. I think I would
give him the hardest battle of his life
during; that period. I am strong and, natu
rally, I can hit hard. I can stop a blow
when It's coming my way, and 1 know a
few things about the game that might In
"But the result of a match will better
tell who Is the better at one or the other or
bo-th-i J1'3 un to Jeffries."
Jeffries could not be found to-day.
Only Three Survivors of the Wells
Denver. Colo.. Pept S. The Wells expe
dition, which was lilted out bv Mr. Wells uf
llerrr.oslilo. Mexico, lo explore the Island of
Tortugns In the Gulf of California. ".Is "''
most annihilated by c.iiililli.ils. Nine of Its
men were killed in a H'rce h.ittb.
Flp von rs ago an expedition, tilted nut In
Pan Francisco, landed upon the island and
was mmiMcml More than a dozen ixpe
Illions landed on the Island have been anni
hilated. The Weils expedition left Guaymas last
June and landed In Juh on the Northern
coast. While the entire" pirtj wis asho-e
they were suddenly attacked by an im
mense number of savagts. Axes were the
unlv weapons. Revolvers and rillc were,
The cannibals barred the way to Ihreo of
the four boats, and a terrille lall!e en
sued. Three Mexicans in a boat injured
lead Into their foes as fast as they could
Are. Their comrades on the shore did hss
execution, but for eierv one of them that
fell a dozen s.tvages Went down. Ill tho
thick of the light a single member of the
boMoged band escaped and got aboard the
boat with the Mexicans. This was Dan
Williamson, an American, llefore nightfall
tho strugglo was oer. and the savages
made off with the Iwiillox of their ictims.
When the expedition set out It numbered
four Americans, six Mexicans and two Ya
quls. The only sur Ivors are Dan William
son and two Mexicans.
CONFEDERATE VETERANS MEET.
Delegates to State Reunion at War
At a mating of Camp No. 731. I'nlted
Confederate Veterans, last night at the
Southern Hotel delegates were ts looted to
attend the State reunion at Warrensburg.
September 27 and 2S. The el-legates ar the
Reverend C. C. Woods. A II. Duncan.
Minor Meriwether and F V. Hroiiauch.
Previous to the meeting, which was hold
In the parlor, the veterans had dinner In
the big dining-room. After dinner they re
counted stories unrl battle Incidents. A
letter was read from Mrs. H Roberts, pres
ident of the Margaret A. 12. McLure Chap
ter of Daughters of the Confederacy A
committee consisting of Frank Gnietinle,
William Hull and F.. H. Sublett was ap
pointed to procure subscriptions for the
Jefferson Davis monument In the Richmond
Cemetery Among those present last night
were: Frank Galennle, commander; S.
I). Winter, Thomas II Warren. K J Stiles.
Minor Meriwether. L D. Klngsland. W
S. Haven, M. GriHln. 12. C. Bobbins. John
J. Miller, the Beverend C. C. Woods. 12 II
Subhtt. C. P. Ellerbe. John W. Howard,
the Reverend S. G. Robert. John J Cork
ery. N. A Cameron. M. K McGrath. James
Bannerman. T. H. While. John ll. Kellj.
B. P. Annan. W. n. Harrison. W. T An
derson. John W. Wrav. Thomas H. Fran
cis. William Bull, F. P. Rronaugh and A.
NAVAL MILITIA" OF MISSOURI.
Recruits Coming in Rapidly and a
Second Division I'robable.
Tho First Division. Naval Militia of Mis
souri, will hold its regular weekly drill next
Tuesday night at the Armory. Eighteenth
and Pine streets.
At tha monthly business meeting last
Tuesday night the following officers were
elected: W. F. Roberts, Ensign, sonior
frade, advanced to Lieutenant. Junior grade;
'erry Topping. Ensign, senior grade; O.
GrcenwaUt Quartermaster, first class, ad
vanced to Ensign. Junior grade; Isaac Betts.
Following Is a list of those who came in
since August 1G, and were elected to mem
bership: John G.ianoii, I'nul Brink. Wil
liam llrewe. F. Swlnhart. F. II. Mathews.
E. F. Martin. C. J. Petill, Arthur King.
Charles Layton. A. F. Gnuen. John Syron,
Edward J. Schoenholz, A. C. Hummel, Btn
Brandenberg, Harry Clayton.
Just as soon as II. D. Rogers, commander
of the division, secures a few more mem
bers he will form a second division.
The boys are working hard at their drllU
bo ag to make a respectable showing at the
drills this fall, which will undmibtedly
crove a success and w til ereatlv elevate tho
'organization in the minds of the public.
BELLEVILLE FAIR IS SAFE.
Mayor Ziegenheiu Will Re There on
Mayor Ziegenheln and iarty, composed of
city officials and their friends, will attend
the Belleville Street Fair next Thursday.
They will go In a splendid car. departing in
the daytime and returning by the light of
the harvest moon. The Mayor has been
happy. It Is said, be-cause the silver light
of the moon has been so effective a sub
stitute for artltlcl.il street Illumination In
St. Louis, and a trip like this will afTord a
rare opportunity to expend bis surplus en
thusiasm. It Is estimated at the City Hall that the
city's dellcit might eventually be obliterated
If the street could be lighted by the pale
moon long enough and the cost of street
lighting be saved. The Major's glee b-cause
the harvest moon came to the city's lescuo
Is said to be infectious about the City Hall,
and It is understood that the Major Is hop
ing the night will not be cloudy next Thurs
day, and the generous jalo glow buried In
a somber skj
RECEPTJ0N AWAITS THEM.
Principal Fair-weather and .Miss
O'Xeil Came Her.- to Wed.
William C. Folrwenther. principal of the
High School at Murphy shoto. III., mid Miss
Bxcle L O'Nell of McLe.in-boro, III., were
quietly married in St. I.oub. y. sterJay.
Tho marriage will be a sre.U surprise to
their friends who were kept In total Ig
norance of the coup!e'3 plans. Both depart
d from their homes yesterday morning,
ostensibly for the purpose of visiting friends
In other towns. Mls O'Ntll supposedly
was to go to Murphysboro and Mr. Fair
weather to Mount Vernon. III.
They met em the train and together jour
neyed to St. LouUs where the llccr.se was
obtained and the ceremony took place.
A reception awaits tl.em on their re
turn to Murphysboro to-d'iy.
CENSUS SCHEDULE IS LOST.
Tenth District Report Delayed Un
til It Is Found.
n.Kai.kn r-.r ftf ha r-pnslis -h&lnTea of
' the Tenth Census District has gone astray
In the mails, tne complete repot t or me
population and statistics of that district
probably will be delayed for an Indellnlte
period. All of Supervisor's Ruuchenstcln's
enumerators have llnlshed their work. The
last one. I. W Eaton of Crawford Coun
ty, mailed his report at Davisville on Au
gust 22. but It has not yet been received
at headquarters In Clayton.
j reported the disappearance yesterday to
post umce inspector Dice, anu a moveme..
was set on foot at once to locate the miss
SAY THEY BLEW UP CARS:
Two Alleged Dynaniitard.s Under
Arrest in Dallas.
Dallas. Tex.. Sept. S. W. H. Burton and
William liaupte, former motormen on the
Dallas Consolidated Electric Street Railway,
were to-nisht arrested on indictments re
turned this afternoon, charging them with
having dynamited street c:ir.-. Burton and
Buupre are among the union men on strike
against the street car company.
At 11 o'clock to-night Judge Clint an
nounced that the prisoners would be give-n
a habeas corpus heating next Monday
morning. They were then remanded to Jail.
The men declare they will establish tneir
COMING HERE'TO GET PEYTON.
Sioux City Officers Will Take Him
to Iowa for Trial.
A special to The Republic from. Sioux
City. la., received last night, says that
Chief of Police Nelon of that city will de
part for gt Louis to-day and arrive htTe
Tuesday to get Frank Peyton, self-con-lessed
slayer of John E. Robson.
In St Louis Chief Nelon will be Joined by
Sheriff C. W. Jackson of Sioux City, who Is
In Chicago. The officers expect to And the
requisition papers awaiting them here and
thej- will return to Sioux City together, with
Peyton, who has been indicted there for
the murder of Bobeon.
Western Union Boys Raise Twenty
Dollars for Mrs. '. I'. Kelly,
Whose Little Son Was Killed.
ALSO ACT AS PALLBEARERS.
Father of the Dead Lad. Who Has
Not Reeii Living With His
Family, Appears at
The funeral of Jnmes Kelly, the lo-year-old
boy who was crushed to di.ith Iwtweeti
two oars at Fourth and Olive streets last
Thursday afternoon, took place yesterday
from St. I,oo'h Chinch.
Therw were several features which made
it more than ordinarily pathetic, unci fea
ture lrelng the ptesence of the boy's father.
Chris I Klly. who. although separated
for some timo from his wife, nevertheless
accompanied her to Ihe funeral of th-lr son.
Another feature was tho preserve of six
messonger boys of the We-sKrn Union,
brother employes of the boy who was killed,
who served In tha capacity of pallbearers.
The fellow-reeling among the lyp was
evidenced yesterday by their presentation
of $. to the rontlier of their dead compan
ion, who was almost Inconsolable over her
A p'eco of fjmlly history connected with
the tragedy makes tho boy's death seem
even sadder than It was. Ills father, Chris
Kelly, is a garment cutter. A disagreement
caused a reparation between him and his
wife some time ago. About two weeks P.rfo
she went to live with her sister. Mrs Nash,
at No. 2i)2S Howard street, taking with her
her four children.
One of these is a boy four years older
than James. Ho and his brother resolved
lo supiort Ihelr mother, and tho entire In
come of their side of the family came from
what they earned. James had only liten at
work for the- WVst. rn Union about four
days when the accident occur: ed which re
sulted 'n his death.
He was riding on a car near the switch
at Fourth and Ollte streets, clinging to the
step next tho westbound track. A car was
being switched wc-t at the time and he wis
crushed between the two. dyin a few mo
ments later, although a bystander attempt
ed to preserve hlB life by hypnotizing h.m.
His mother was almost heartbroken at
his death, and her sole dependence now Is
the other boy. who ts about 11 years old.
The other boys In the Western Union oolce
rallied to her support, however, and ten
dered the ."ervices of six of their number
an pallbearers, besides making up a purse
of Ji". which thiy presented to her. Sev
eral olhclals of the company also came to
Yesterday afternoon tho body was taken
from the houe at No. '-iKi Howard street
and the funeral ceremony was held at St.
Leo's Church by Father Gavin. The boys
xho acttM ns pallbearers were J. Shannon,
J. 1 folia n T. McGlnty, W. Walker. D. Re'A
gan and T Kelly.
Mrs Kelly Ind no Idea of the where
abouts of her husband. Before they sepa
rated they had lived in Cnrondolet. She
was unable, therefore, to notify htm of tho
death of their son. but yesterday the 'a
ther appeared at the feneral. He walked
beside his wife Into the church and accom
panied her In the carriige to Calvary Cem
etery, where the body was buried. Then
he left her asratn.
OPERATIONS OF THE ARMY.
Major General Otis's Report for
Eight Months Is Made Public.
Washington. Sept. 8. The War Depart
ment has made public e report of Major
General Otis giving djtails of the operations
of the Unlt.sl atatis Army in tho Philip
pines from September 1. IS'.', to May 5, 1900.
This period e-overs the active c iterations that
were commenced after the ai rival of the
nddltior al troops. Including the new volun
The re-port covers the operations of tho
armies und commands of Generals Law tun,
MacArthur. Wheaton, Schwan. Hall. James
M. and J. F. Bell, liu,hes. Bates and
Young, as well as different Colonels who
had sepatate or lndt pendent commands dur
ing that time. It makes a very voluminous
Neany all the facts contained In the re
port and all lmputtant matters were pub
lished during the cnniialgn. Besides con
taining an ucccuut ot the movements of
fie I altvd States forces, there is consid
erable srace devoted to the policies of the
Insurgents, shown to a great extent In the
publication of the captured correspondence
and documents founu In the possession of
persons In sympathy with the Insurgents.
Duckery Delivered Two Speeclios at
lebanon. Mo., Sept. S. The Democratic
rally to-day w.is a rand uucc-iv. The
wigwam erected for thk occasion on a va
cant lot was ti-sted to its limits.
A. M. Duckery spoke In tne morning.
Judge It L Goode and Congressman J. It
Williams ot Cat mi, Ll., In the afternoon.
The- city people turned out to-night to
hear two splendid speeches by Dockery and
Judge Williams. The effect has been to
enthuse the party in this county, and splen
did re-suits are certain to follow.
Democratic County Tic-tot.
Ava. Mo.. Sept. S. The Democrats of
Douglas County In mass convention to-day
nominated the following county ticket: John
Malloy, Representative; 1. M. llahtison. Col
lector; James .Mcintosh. Sheriff; R, A. Ken
nedy, Treasurer, it. 12. Denny, Assessor;
P. 11. HIbbard. Surveyor; A. P. Buchanan.
Prosecuting Attorney ; Moses Cunningham,
Coroner. Asa Story, Public Administrator,
A. M. Ititcliff, Eastern Division Judge, nnd
J. C. Surgculnt. Western Divi-ion Judae.
The Populists als nominated this ticket
and complete fusion Injures the election of
tho full county ticket.
lllluoln Appellnt. Court.
Mount Vernon. III.. Sept. S. The folloivint: were
the procee.llr.i:s In AnsiUte Court, hourtli Dis
trict. to-Uay :
.raven- vs Yizenberg-r; error to Wayne,
Older taking case ur.iler auvifemrnt et aide ani
Itus-er vs. Dlckscni appeal from Monroe, cun-
I Lstrtte It N. Ramsay vs. People, me Southern
' Illinois Penitentiary, continued.
I f.tite It N. Kaice.!. vs. Pi-ople, ue aylum
u.r criminal iaane, coniinue.i.
Alien vs. Penn, appeal flora Clinton; continued.
Italllmoie a- d Onlo s.iathv-etern Rallrnd
Company vs. liwln. appeal from Jlarion; order
taking cause under ndilemenl ei asale u:id
Bint-hum vs. Mprlnell; aipe&l frum Fayette:
-lty of Danuoln e al. vs. MIllsi appeal from
Perry . motion by appellee- to d!:mlsi on short
Palmer v.s. p.ople; appeal from St. eiair; mo
t'tn by appellee to d.siiiiss en s-oit teeurd
Miller vs. People: apia! from j?t Clair; mo
tion bv epiellee to dlsn-Iss n short record
Api-cals allowed In all appealable cises on
filing bend In sum cf !30 within twenty days,
to ro approved by the elerk.
Court adjeiurned to court In course.
Mill Hot IIIh I "arm on llryiiti.
Barton Smith of Harrison, Boone County,
Ark., who is in St. I.ouIn on bus nes-, wants
to bet on the election of William J. Bryan
to tlic piesidency. Mr. Smith says he owns
12.JH0 acres of fine Arkansas land, and i!l
bet all or parts of It. as may be desired by
backer.-" of McKlnley. He does not care tu
wager less than 5") ucrc3 at a time, and
values his land at JW per acre. He neither
asks nor will give odds.
Value of Man') l.tfr.
Tfce Supreme Courts have recently been buy
vlth a curious que atlon that of deciding the
value cf a man's life. The decision reached was
tliat the lit of the avtrssc man Is worth Just
what re Is able to earn. A man's- earnings de
pend tu a xreat extent upon his physical health,
and It is alivays within Ms power to Improve
his condition. The stomach is Ihe mta-rure of
health and strength. Every man may be brisht,
active and harpy, if his digestion Is noriaah lr
H Is not. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters will make
It to. It puts the digestive organs in condition
to properly digest and assimilate food. Try It
for constipation, indigestion, dyspepsia, bilious
nets, liver or kidney troubles. It h-ts cured
stomach aliments fcr the past flfty years, ard
there Is nothing Jurt as good. The genuine has
our Private Revenue Stamp over tbe neck cf the
y-si,-'L .2ikeV"3w"TI r .
V V'ie" rjd -J
Your money looks to you ai If It were
moe valuable than a pair of eyo-glas.s:
but if vou let your over-worked eyes
suffer oil. the time will soon come when
you oan't tell a five-dollar gold piece
Irom a copier cent
Are c.-nrr.ill; the r "Ut of cye-tnln.
an.I enn le promptly anl permanently
r Iievnl with Hie use f proper xliss-s.
We Test Eyes Free.
Hut In every ei e where the services
e.f an -cu'l. are nc-sar we frankly
tell ycu '
l Spectacles -
ci no nJ
(ilass Hves Fitted.
Oculists' Prescriptions Filled.
517 OI-IVE STREET,
The OptJal Authorities of Amerka.
GERMANY WILL NOT RECEDE.
Suggestion of Compromise Dis
tasteful at Berlin.
SPECIAL BY CABLE.
Berlin. Sept. S.-(Copyright. 1C.". by tho
New York Herald Company ) I have had a
conversation with a highly placed person
age of the Foreign Office. He declared thit
all the reports of a compromise on the part
of Germany were false. Germany has al
ready dethlflr refused the Russian pro
posals and Iris informed all the Powers of
the text of the nolo doing so.
It is exiected here that Russia, tho United
State? and France will evacuate Pekln, and
that America will be forced to place Its
great Interests in Pekln under German pro
tection. Washington polltloi! circles have been
unpleasantly impressed by Indiscreet and
sometimes false press notices. Germany
will not publish her answer to the I'owers,
destrir.g to avoid giving the impression that
she is taking action at the head of tho
Powers In opposition to Russia.
It 1 worthy of remark that the Wolff
Buie-iii has already published three differ
ent versions of the Emperor's speech at
Stettin. In the list edition the words "I am
convinced that my plan will succeed" have
ix-en stricken out. Such Is the censorship
of imperial speeches. ,
GERMANS PREPARING TO ACT.
Ask Allies to Join in a Campaign
Copyright. I!K" by the Associated lies.
TIen-TsIn. via Shanghai. Sept. 8. The
Germans are taking the Initiative for the
organization of un allied force for active
operations in the Chi-IJ Province and the
various commanders have been requested to
co-ore-rate and to designate their quota or
troops liofore the arrival of Count von Wal
dersec The project Is yet unsettled.
The diplomatic situation in Pekln is be
coming complicated and a majority of the
commanders. Including General Chaffee, are
understood to have referred the proposition
to their home Governments. The purpose
of the force Is not clearly understood, but
one object of Its formation Is believed to be
an expedition against IMo-Ting-Fu, where
the Chinese are reported to be massing.
General Chaffee lus ordered the recently
appointed marines to relieve the marine
garrison In the walle-d city. The latter will
go to Pekin.
JAPAN RECALLS SUBJECTS.
Laborers in Idaho Drafted for
Army Service in China.
Pccatello, Idaho, Sept. S. From Informa
tion originating here it would appear that
Japan Is preparing to mebtllze a still larger
army for her wars in Asia.
For a week past every mall from the
West has brought letters from the Japanese
Government to Y. Taklsha. in charge of
Japanese laborers on the Oregon Short Line,
Instructing him to return certain of his men
for service In the army, and under the-e or
ders a number of men have left for Japan.
It appears that the demand has suddenly
become urgent, for yesterday live cable
grams were received by Taklsha. all dated
Yokohama, September 6, and two more to
day, bearing to-day's date, all relative to
the quick return of men. There are about
1,30) Japanese In the service of the Oregon
Short IJne. and. while Mr. Taklsha Is not
prepaied to say how many will be drafted
by his Government, he anticipate a heavy
reduction on tlili account.
MORE MISSIONARIES SLAIN.
Thirteen Deaths Reported From
Fuii-Cliu and Tai-Ku.
Washington. Sept 8. The State Depart
ment Is In receipt of a cablegram from
Consul General Goodnow at Shanghai dated
September 7 reporting the deaths about July
21 at Fun-Chu and Tal-Ku of the follow
The Reverend and Mrs. C. W. I'rlce and
elaughter, Florence; the Reverend and Mrs.
E. It. Atvvater and two children; the Rev
erend anil Mrs. D. II. Clapp: the Reverend
George L. Williams, tne Reverend T. M.
Davis, Miss Rowt-na Bird an I Miss Mary L.
The department has notified tho respective
missionary boards of which the victims
were members and their relatives as far as
The Miss Bird mentioned in the dispatch
Is Miss Kowcna Bird, sister of A. C. Bird,
third vice president of the Chicago, Mil
waukee and St. Paul Railroad. She was
about 20 yi-ars. dd. Her home was at Green
Held. Wis., but she had been in China seven
years, having bicome a missionary upon
her graduation from Oberlln. She whs sta
tioned In ;-han-S! Province.
AM0Y FREE FROM MARINES.
All Foreign Troops Have Been
Berlin. Sept. S. A dispatch received here
to-day from Amoy, under date of Thurs
day, September fc, announced that all the
foreign marines landed them and at Ku-Iing-l-u
had been withdrawn.
A dispatch from Shanghai, dated Friday,
Septemb. r S. says:
"It Is reported here that General Yunglu
with his troops returned from Pao-Ting-Fu
to Tai Y ion Fu September 3.
"Chlng Sin, the Manchu President of Ihe
Ministry ot Finance, Is reported to have
"Chang S! Tung's efforts to secure a loan
of half a million taels from Chinese mer
chants at Hankow Is believed to have
"The Chinese papers publish an edict,
dated August V). ordering the Presidents and
Secretaries of the Ministerial Departments
to proceed to Tai-Yuan-Fu without delay In
order to assist the Emperor in dispatching
the affairs of state."
T Jyl - jlTtavillr sKjl -S
Arrlxnli and ncpnrtnrca of Trains at
I iilou Mullein.
tDallv excert Sunday,
ftS-iturday and s'unaay
Dally except Saturday
LOUISVILLE. EVANSVILI.K AND ST. LOUIS
, . , ,. D-pjrt- Arrive.
Meunt Vernon Jlount e'r-
inI. Princeton. Louisville.
Wahlnqtnn. l'hil.-id. I: hla and
N- York ... .--:oSm t:i5-p-r.
Mount rn.n Ac-..mm'.!atloa 1S-2S pm tl:i:am
L.utsvll!e I i-rlted to Ijirili-
Mlle. Wa-hlngton. Baltimore.
PlilL-.ilclp'ila, and New York. S-U pm S:0)pm
LAKE SlloItE NEW YORK CENTRAL AND
HUDSON RIVER. BOSTON AND AI.HVNV
A.NII CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY.
. ,. ., .. Doart. Arrive
Ir.dlar.-iilis F.xpres ttIarn V.p-n
New- York and i:ost..n Limited. 'iiMam '3M pm
Knlckcrl-oeker speetal New
Vork Ronton Waehlnirt.jn,
Bdltimorr and PblLuleiphla llsviatr :eJ pm
Alton Express j;i-i)rin M-I'tmi
jlTtfor-n ami Alton Aecommo-
datlo-i . . . .. 1 1:20 pm 13.51 pm
Ees-tc-n. New York. eln-tnn.iti.
V .-..nlncton. Baltimore, PM1-
mMphlx S-Mpm 7-31 am
Alto-; Leave l'Vlo a. m . 'ZM p. m. Arrives
ts.-w) a. m.. I:4 p. m.
II. .1 o. S-W
Ciaetnnatl. Louisville. Wash.
incti.n. Riltlmore. PMtadel
Phia an.I New York Express. 2:11am 12.M pm
CninnMi. Ixnlvill. Piits
t'l'rc. Washington. Baltimore.
T'hllaile'phix and New Y-rk
Ka't Mill ;:-Spm
eincinmtl Accommd-itlon t?:lCatu
Cincinnati. lymDviUe Pltts-
hiirir. Waslilnielon. Rxttlmore
i-r-lli-rlelpiiia aro .-sew vork
Rornl Blue Limited
x M am
6:5-7 pm J10-12 am
:20 am '6:55 pm
Wet Baden and Freneh Lick
S-pnnsTji v!-i Mori'n Home.
nuiii.ixfiTox iiot-rn u.mov statiov.
Fr- Hannlh.il. II. St J
T-nlnts. evuincy. Keokuk aad
Lee-il tn Hannibal
Vn- Onir-ev and North..
2:?C am ":." pm
7:3a am .2vpm.
17-20 am ti.5 pm
For- St Paul. Minneapolis, via
East side lines. Illinois ana
Wlvn-i. In ....
Tbe Brllr.rton-Northem Pa
cific Fxpres. - rcr rvan'a
Citv. St. Joseph. Northwet
Nebraska. Black IBID Wvo
mlnsr Jlentann Washington
Pucet sound. I'orxian.i an.i
9:00 am C K pra
T"i Twln'i-lty Exrss." for
XT'nnearolla, M. ram ami
Iowa - - -
Th. v.l.rasUi-CoIorr.dn Ex-
2:05 pm 2:15pm
f-ess ' f-ir Denver, evirrado.
'tah and Pacific Coast, via
St. Josroh I:" rra
I-cai to iturllnatoa T-Upn
Fcr Northern Iowa. Ft. Paul
and Minneapolis ; pm I'tSs am
Ftr illnois via East Side line
to Rrk Island SrTvpm 'fiam
For Dub-inne and La Crosse ...-JOpra l'6:w am
For Kansas City. Omaha. St.
Jc'eph Denver. JCebraski.
Cilorsdo. Utah and Pacific
Coast. also Northwest .... 3:Cf)pm 7:19am
Ival firm Hannil.il ... ll.'Opra
IVr Alton Lave 7-T.J a m.. dally 8:71 a m..
oally; li-eu a. m.. dally. 1:21 p. m.. Saturday only;
3 p m.. except Saturday and Sun.Liy. 5:00 p.
m.. except Sund-ty: 5:S1 p. ra . dally; 7:40 p. m..
dally. S:M p. m.. dilly-
CHICAGO AND ALTON.
Alton umitr-d ror e-nicairo ....
Ch'cai-o "Palace Express" ..
Chicairo "llldnla-ht Special"
CHIcaKo "Prairie State Ex
S-'am 6:C9 pm
11-31 pm 7i7nm
12-ni cm S:2SDm
St rinKflel.l Accommodation
,. 5:15 pm 104 am
. J V II j r.uu.C .U
lf.1 '":10pm ::iX!ar-5
Kanas nty Day Express jam i:32rn
Springfield Local tlrXam
Jacks nville Accommoaatlcn .. 5:05pm 110:51 am
CHICAGO. I'EOItl.V AM) StI LOtlS
It I LAVA V (C, P. Jt ST. L.)
Train. Depart- Arrive.
Alton. Clifton Terrace. Chau-
tauriua and Graltcn tS.OJam t!:01 am
Feorli. pekln and SprtaEfl-IJ
Epres 'S-lSara 'l-Mtm
Alton. Clifton Terrace and
Chautauqua t:23 am .........
Alien. Clifton Terrace and
Chautauqua tll: pm ttl:23 pm
Alton. Clifton Terrace. Chau
tauqua and SpririKlicld t -5 rm 19-'3 am
Alton. Clifton Terrace and
Springfield 26:26 pm
Alton, ejlifton Terrace, Cnau-
tauqua and Grafton 9: pm jr:II pra
Ca....i. .-I... I'u.I.mIi I !,
- -.. iruiii. 411 1 1
Toledo and New york Express. '12 am 5.Spm
Toledo and Netv
orK Express. Tai pm .:) am.
ST. LOfIS SOITHWE3TEIIN RAILWAY.
Tialn. Depart. Arrive.
Cotton Belt Express Sat.am "7:24 pm
Texas Fast Mail to Little
Rock. Tvxarkana. Dallas.
I'ort Worth and Abilene S.Oiam 7:35pia
Delta. Columbus, and Cairo
Fafct Day Express, Hot Springs,
Dallas. Fort Worth. Austin,
ban Antonio. Houston ana
Texas, Mexico and eallfornla
tl-'lnl lullja. Fort Worth,
s.l Paso. Lcs Angele., Gal
veston, mui Antonio and La
21 pm 4pm
Memphis and Hot Sprum
Express .... ..................
I.., II. & ST. L. ItY. (Henderson Itoute).
e-TTa,,n- v. n Depart. Arrive.
lait Mall Oeeenaboro. (Hover
port. Louisville and tfce East, 'ifjim 7:Hrra
Eastern Express Owensboro,
tfle East $ :55 pm 'fani
Northern Illinois Express
SpringtielJ. Freeirtrt and Du-
e3ucao Dayllsht Sis-lal J2:2-pm
Sprlngneld Accommodation 4:Uim
Chicago "Diamond hpciap -j:lj pm
2aducah Mall and Express
Murohysbaro. Carbondale anrt
Netv Orleans Fast Moll Cairo.
Memphis, Jackson. Tcna.,
and Texas Express, Nash
ville, Atlanta and Jackson
::5 am 74 Pm
St. lo-ails Special Caln2Mem-
pnis ana .vew Orleans...... .
Acoommodat ion Murphysboro.
Marion. Culro. Sparta and
Marlon and Creal Sprinirs....
New- Orleeins Llmlte-J eittro.
Memphis. Dixie Flyer. Nash
ville. Atlanta, and Jackson
U :22 am
'3:41 pm "7:16 am
MISS CROKE BECOMES A NUN.
A Is'ovice in Order of Visitation at
Cblcigc, 111.. Sept. 8. Miss Mary Croko
of St. Louis, was receives as a novice into
the oreler of Sisters of the Visitation, at the
convent In Evanston to-day. A reception
was held at 'J o'clocit at which time Miss
Cruke rerounced the world. She was at
tired In .-in elaliorate bridal costume and
took th vow in tho convent chaiel. which
was decorated with white China asters. At
the conclusion of the ceremony the Rever
end Father Smith of St. Mary's Church cel
Mlsa Croke will be known as Sister Mary
Paula. Sho Is said to be wealthy and has
.1 reputation In St. Louis as a violinist. Her
parents died several yeara ago and since
then she has devoted much time to chari
table work. She entered the Evanston con
vent about six months ago.
SHEDS ABLAZE IN WEST END.
Fashionable Kesidences Were in
Danger for Some Time.
Much excitement was createtl In the
neighborhood of Grand avenue and Chest
nut street about 8-20 e'c!ock last night by
thu burning of the sheds In the rear uf
the residences from No. 23C1 to 2511 Chest
nut street. A hore belonging to W. X.
Minor was Incinerated In the stable at
tho rear cf Ho. 2)5 Chestnut street. The
total loss is estimated to amount to tSTS.
The fire started In the shed In tho rear
of the home of J. Stellman, No. 3507 Chest
nut stret. It spread rapidly from shed to
shed utitll the entire row of wooden build
ings from the corner to No. 3511 Chest
nut street was in flames. The neighborhood
was in an uproar, as It was feared that the
fire might spread to the residences. FinaU
lv the tire passed over the alley to the
building at No. 230S Pine street, occupied
by Theodore B. Forest, wh'-li was elam-age-el
to the extent of J200. The sheds de
stroyed belonged to the Rankin estate.
A'evr Illinois Corporation-!.
Springfield, III.. Sept 8. Licenses to Incorpo
rate were issued by the Secretary ot State to
day to tbe following:
A. W. llenslnger Plumbing and Heating Com
pany of Chicago; capital stock, 22,5u0. Ine-orpo-ratcts
Harry W. Hull. Louis it Calm and Sam
uel V. llolztvelmer.
Cripples Concern, at eailcago: capital stock.
S2.KW; for manufacturing and mercantile pur-
Train. D. p-irt. Arriv e.
Valley lark Accemm--dxtlon... -7:' -r tl-.-Cil a v
Valley Park Accommodation.-. x.3inm nj; sn
Valley Park Ac.inm.latli-.. 3.K am tti pta
T xas and Knn.is JIall fur
e . rthaKc. Joplln. i. hiu.
Arkansas e-jty. Oklahoma.
Dallai", Galveston and Fort
Wrrth ':4s am -( pra
V.iKey Park Vccommi elation.. !-riprn l-t an
Paellic Accommodation . .. 21:10 pm iia ai
Valley Park Aceemm.Ltion.. tK-.i i m f.-;j; pm
laifle Ae-r-ommridation - ... tS.21 pn. 17 c am
Valley park Accommodation.. 1..1G rra 7.&. nm
Texa- Limited (vestlbull). for
Eureka S"l rtntrs. ynrt Smith.
Ennls. Corlcria.Autin. i-.m
Vntonlo, Houston and Gal-
e.:en 3- pm ;:30 am
vletirn Expre.. rr vi-iit.-.
Oklahoma, eirthage. Joplln.
W-chita. Burton and the
West -yiiy. pm
L. .t .V
Tist Mn!I-EvanrvlIl. Nash
ville. l;lrmInKhan. M nt
ccnierv. Chattunooci. Atlan
ta Meoon. iTiarleston. s". er :
Mobil.-. NV Orhans and
Mount Vernon Accommoditicn
bo'ithem Exr.ri. to E-ans-vllle,
Nft.livil) . Birrninc
Kam. M..hile. New eirle.ru.
ThomaHrilie. Jacks .nvill-,
Ia"fttka. (V-ala and St Pe
MISSOURI lMIIIIMf- ititt.wsx-""
Train. Deoart ' &
t -' -3:.;. am -;:
'-cal Express ;
ansas lity. st. Joseph omV
hx and S-juthern Kansas Pi.
ara -.! pm
,,!"" -- S-iviam s:15p-n
vla.-hlnBton Accomm xiuion. . "25pi3 17a; am
St .Io..rh. Joplln. IV ichlta and am
Kansas IJmlted dally ! 10 rm J )m
Kansas and Colorado Express --- ran T:r'l-i-S
.,' ' ourI.ale tnlns If .,P r ..,, Stvtinn ar
7 ?..' rr," ':,S " 1M " - t'-K P-n.
1 Vandcrcnter RTcniie at tl2t n m.
ink llill tmlni i-avt- Tnlrn Stainn .it c i
liltkrr trains lexve t'nlo-i srati at tr-f-o a.
ro , UM p. m . t4-2i p. m.. T6:25 a m.
Iave Vanderventer Avenue Mtatlot at tll-sa
'Kit'r. lExcept Sunday. iSun.lay rn!y. S. Eat
and Sunday only " '"
tn . irj.iv a 111.. it m. nnii n a .
MOIIII.U A- OHIO.
Fouthem Special Tasara
jsonnern special T.-r.lD-T.
West Irulia river s:J pra :-'ii Ji
Murphvalioro. Sparta. Chester
and Percy Accommodation.... 14:W pm t!l5 aj
31.7 If. .t T. "
Train. Depart. Arrive
Jefferson Oty.Cs.Ioraio.PedalIa. Arrive.
Olnton. Fort Seott Iars.ns
and Indian Territory Exp-ws. S:lJam s.-1p-i
Fort Worth. Dallas. Waco, '-apex
Taylor and Austin Express.. $:tfr-m l-a-p,
Fort Worth. Dallas. Mvn An- -nam
tonln nnd Galveston Exprs. -sj-lSani S-et rrn
fcedalla Nevada Turt Scott "
anj Denlson Express $:16pm 7:tl am
Train. De-art. Arrive.
55" ' anct Express Tf-IOaratUnopTi
Mall and Extress... 15:07 pm t7.-ljj.rn
st. iJbris-pnoitiA li.xi
(See C. St. I'. A St. L)
ST. L.. K. C. A. V. IL It.
"ST. LOUIS LINE."
s.jiii.'t, r.Apir-a esu.l' ..
ejrtve e'oeur eSanday only).
Creve f:oeur (Sunday enlvi.
Creve Co-ur (Sunday only).
ST. LOLIS 3IEUC1INTS- llUIDGE TEll
3IIXAL miLTvAY SLDIKIIA.X TIl-UX
Eastbound Leave Eighth and Grattct Streets
except Sunday. 4:20, 6:1. JJ7. .;i yt.vi. hjs a-
i::j. i:ii z:. i. s:ir.. e;-5 s---; p. m. satar-
Oay and Sunday only 11.1t p. a. suaday onlx
tit 7-24. 10:12 a. in.. 51 jT m.
iave Washington Ave. s:xcept Sanday, 4-4.
6:n. 7:41. S.S.-.. W:t9. U2 a. m.: 121. !:. 2.50.
4s)t 5:n. e-29. iSi p. m. Saturday and s.undxy
only- H:e5 p. in Sunday only 5i7. 73S. 10U5 a.
m.. 5:25 p. m.
Westbound Leave Granite Oty, except Saa
day. 5:15. T. :14. 93.. I0M2 a. m.; 1:10. 2:a,
3:2J. 4Mo. 5:14. J.-53. 7:12. 9:17 p. m. sia,utlar
only 4:5) p. ra. Sunday only 6:55. 9:26 a- ra.:
l.-W. 6 p. ra.
Leave JIadlson Except Sunday. t:19. 7:04. J:lJ.i
9:32, W:4- a. m : 1 15. 2-17. 2:27. 4:4S. t, 7:17,
Vl p. m. Saturday only 4C p. tn. Sunday -enly
, 9:11 a. m.. 1:07. 6.04 p. m. .
VAN DALI AL1XE. ' t
Train. Depart ArrtTs. '
Fast Mall :mi am '1.41 ata.
Trains Ns. 20 and 21, New -1
York, Philadelphia. Baltimore '.
and Washington --pedal S:41 am S.IOpct'
Indianapolis and 2vew York.
Idxal S:04am S:'Xrni.
New York Llmlte.1 1 :01 pm "12a pa
I'tiorkty and Mackinaw Um- I
lt.,1 . -. . . 1-ftVn-T, -? rtn
90ai.i 66 pnv
6Joam 7-6 tra
Columbus anl Eastrrn Express $: 5 pm ;U2tra, S
ailsia.M. Abiuuiuiwi..uiii...... trri , ... . .. yu.
Irdianapolis and New Yeuk v
Exprees l'i'ipm ilOTa'
Fast Mall wiim l:44j-.-"
Eastern Line. 1
Train. Depart Arrrr-t.'
(Sictlnental Limited Detroit.
Niagara Falls, Buffalo. Ne
York and Boston 9:00am 'I-lSpa
Toledo, Detroit Niagara Falls.
Buffalo. New York and Bos
ton Express - SSOpra 7J5a
Toledo. New York and Boston
Fast Mall '4:45eun -2:bu-i
Mtdnteht LImlted Detroit "
Buffalo. New York and Be- M
ton H-SiT-ra 2npri
Toledo toe-al Express Ifflaa S:eSpill
Clile-nieo Line. -.ft
. : am
Banrer Lm'.t-sl Chicago ....
Mldnit l.imlte.1 "lilcago .,
Fist Mail Chuago
Kansas City Expre-s
U.na.a ftty S'riilt Malt
.. 7-os pm
.. -islam 6.-0Oi--a1
........ ..- -- . . - .. ;
Kansas city umiteu -uua pm -i-air
XorillTveieierria l.in-r-. -
Pattonsburs Express 9:ara 6-Mpm
Can-on Itl.ell ejmaha :-J0 pm -7-U)a,
Ottum-xa and Des Moines Ex- t."
press 9-0iyam :0.ia(
OHumvra. and Des Moin- Lim- .
Ited, 7:20pm 13I,
West Moberly and Kansas
City L-neat 7:4.1am 2t)pa-
Moberly Local !:" pm ll-lOa-a,
East Decatur Lr-cal t4ii pm 'll-CSaa-
De-catur Lucal (Sanday only).. 6:45 pm .. .
From Union Station
Klnloch Pork ...
i-erguson ...... ............
Ferguson ....... ..... .....
sV.guso.' (Thursday only)
Ferr-uson .. - ........
Klnlocb. Park Races
... -6 15 pm -l-
...2:li pta M-OSp-a
... '4S0pm SHOpcir,
... ii-3'irm wyipa
.ttliur) p-attlSasi pa.
... tl.15 pm -4
Klnloch lsrK llaces
. Tt:ei pm ,
From Olive streret Maiion
O....WI - SI-UVtM-
St. Charl--s ..................
Brldgeton ...... ............
Brldseton .. ......-....
Ferguson .. ........
Ferguson .. .....;....
Ferguson .. .................
Ferguson (Thursday only)
Klnlocb Park IUces
.. t5-- pm 17:50 aaf
.. l-.lipm Jaai
.. f:45am 16-05 "'
... !.-2r. tt:Msl
.. fj.l'. pra ts-3SD
.. t6-30r-m 1-29 pm
... il:20pm W-50-ra
.. tl-2pm .....-
po.es. Incorpor-itors Anna B. Lee. Etta Hon
and Anna R. Williams. ...
Lindsay storage Cum-Mny at Ciieaso: "Pa!, ,
r-to.lt. 12.5"': to do a storatce business. Incorpr--.
rator-- James P. Urdsay, Howard A. rarlshanJ c
E.i'rji J. Cassady. '
Ch.caco Printing and Publishing CcrnpaBT,'
cxplial stock. J5,iH. Incorrorate-ra L. T. vvrmj. -A.
II. IIOAtn and II. L, Kraft. .'
SOUGHT BED IN OLD HOSPITA!
.Mrs. Long and Her Baby Found. bj-."
flu lelie.i " 1
. ...... "I
Mrs, Frances Long and her s-montcs-o". y,
daughter. Helen, were found In the ruins C- '
the old City Hospital, on Lafayette avenw. -J
aliout 11 -SJ o'clock last night, where she a- -
tended to seek shelter for the night, as sno $
claimed she had had a quarrel with her bus- -5
band, George iMm. a coal dealer at ho. s
IS'S Franklin avenue, and had ben forced, ,-s
to leave home ye'terday afternoon. ."
Mrs. Long was taken to the City Ho--p.tiV v
as she had several slight wounds ori r -;
right arm and hamL She told Doctor Voer- .-
ter at the City Dispensnry that she b
fallen from the second story of the old bos- .
pltal. hut later salel that she had stumbl-a J
anel fallen Into a hole as the policeman UM
her out of the ruins. Her arm was sllgn" J
Injured. The mother and child are at tn j
City HospltaL -
TltAVELI.XG 31EX.S CLUB SIEBTS, -
I .Members lteeelxe Iteports nnel Llstea .
tu rtn AUelresM.
The Bryan Traveling Men's Club held
rousing meeting last night la the asse-roDiy -
room at the Linelell Hotel. More than - (
traveling men were rresent. BeiW'tsJIr.-?' ,;
Charles Pannel Is chairman, show "ft-.'ii
more than COO names have been fHf0"! 9
within tile last two uays. xue xaeu --
poets 10 turn out iww oie-oiuvi-- o s -
casion of W. J. Bryan's visit to St Do"
on September 15. They wm form ai ij;
tdndell Hotel and march in a boely to tn
Coliseum, where seats will be reserved nw
them ln,the arena .
A resoiuiiijo -, (-.'loyveu icta. "?--. .-.-.-"r
purchase a grip for Mr. Bryan to be pre- - -a
tented to him "as a traveling- roan who n-J" ,-itj.
maele more, towns in one day than any." s
them," as President George Harris " .-j
cleared. After the business of the -"tKi ?
hnrt been disDOSCfl Of P. E. DOW of Ije" .-
- . . , :. ., .i..i- . T-A. ei-iin ox . -
VOrK auoresse-u me ciuo. -ir. is. "-,, .-i
the Injustice the trusts were working - -.?
the traveling men of the country, ,-,6,i,iti
clared that their formation had let ""SA
iriXi CiiOe U'VU eiu. v.v- lyvwiwvi...
l.l-lfclj. . .
... ..-.. ,.-. .