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THE REPUBLIC- FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1000.
8 ' iff
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.
Discount rates wore 5 to 7 per cent on call
Hnd tlmo loans. Cltirani-cs, JVIM. bij
anos, $71.365 New lorK exchange. "
iii.coi.nt bid. 4:c discount asked. Lo'.isvi'h.
2Sc discount bid. par asked, Chicago. .
tll.scount bid. 10c discount asked. New Or
leans 2: discount l-'d. par asked, Cin
cinnati. 2J- discount bid. par ashed
The local whent market closed lower at
76c. a. sept . 7GHo li. Oct.. 7s- lcc . !. n.
Slay. 7SVUTSe No. Z red. corn clood lowr
nt 3SV n Sept . 3-3c b Oct . 33',c Dec
io 1) ar. 39.c Xo -. oats closed Jl
2l,c Sept . ZZc Dec . Jl'sC ' May.
21,fi '-.c No. :.
The local market for standard mess pork
closed tlrm at $1-75 far new. Prime .steam
lard closed higher at 7 078c Hast side
Spot cotton locally closed 1-Kc lower.
LOCAL, AND SUBURBAN.
Genevieve KUley .ind Rose Carrieo who
ran away from their homes on North Sixth
street Monetae nlctu. were seen on Lucas
avenue Wednesday night, but eluded pur
The St Iyvuls County Fair opened jester
rla at Studts Park, ereve Cocur Lai-",
and v.ill continue to-day, to-morrow and
Joa Kiley was arrested bv Officer Burko
and Edwards of the Fourth District, after
a running pistol fight.
Mickey Slack, a notorious crook, was
captured by DeL-cHves KillUn and Slorpoy
nrter a chase or a dozen Weeks and an
oxolunsa of shots.
Francis Muguire was killed and V.yaInB-lr-um
Ilaynes wounded In a pistol duel -it
Compton and Sianchester avenue.
The second clay's session of Southern
Sleihodlst Conf renoe was devoted princi
pally to routine business.
Superintendent savago of the Tontine
Ikmd and security AitouaUon i urrcwlj es
caped being killed by a street car.
Five new manufacturing companies filed
articles of Incorporation.
John O'Neal, under a Workhous- sen
tence here. h.s been Identified by a former
Fwcetheart as a piioner ulio violated Il
linois patrol to. and ho will be taken to
Streets on the line of narch of the Veiled
Prophets will b cleaned on October 1.
Captain David Mitchell of the Fifteenth
United Staus Infantry v.a killed la .service
In the Philippines.
Sirs. Elizabeth Hatton, mother-in-law of
Police Captain O'Mallej. dies.
In a lire at No 3i Morgan stre-t seven
firemen were hurt, two of them perhaps
fatallj, and a watchman was Injured.
Republicans v.ill hold their convention to
nominate i citj ticket on October 6
Two men narrowly escaped asphyxl-.tion
Is a l-oardinr-hous.'. Tl.e were -e-eued by
A special agent sent to Tacomn and Se
attle to Investigate the alleged census
Clauds in those clt!3 has reported sha. he
Ci-uld hnd no evidence that the re irn3
" --e paddt-d.
The Electrical Review i there nro per
Fisler.t rumors that pll the telegraph and
telephone compan.ei in the I'niied States
are preparing to form a j;reat gigantic
Special Comml-sioicr Jame3 Elli' Tucker
has pone to Il noluiu to revise the Ha
waiian custom laws.
A Chicago man who hs been ergaged
In unloading vegetables has fallen heir to
sn liiglioh baronial estate valued at JCOO,
0 The "Wholesale Dmsrfsts' Association, in
fission at Chicago ina&e an agreement to
maintain the prhei of drugs, elected of
ficers and adjourn d.
The Texaa Jlidd'e-of-the-Road ropulists.
having failed to fuse with the Reputllcans
on a State ticket, have icided to put out
a full ticket of their own and make a
It Is announced that President McXlnley
rosy take the stump in the West before
the campaign cIofcf. Cralrman Hanna -will
po to Canton Sunday to discuss this mat
ter with SIcKlnley
R. Lu IVineheH will succeed the late E. S.
Washburn ns president of the ICanpas City,
Fort Scott and Memphis.
Some surprises are expec.ed at the com
ing annual meeting of the stockholders of
the St. Eouls Southwestern.
The Dxjuetn and Eastern la a new line
chartered in Arkansas.
Eastern officials criticise tho methods
pursued by Western presidents at their
Railroad trade schools are advseatt-d In
The annual report of the Northern Pa
cific Is about to be made public
Passenger traffic Into Galveston will be
resumed to-dav over the banta Fe bridge,
which all lines will U'-e.
A meeting of Western lines will bo held
In Chicago on September Sa.
Pittsburg easily beat St. Louis. Score
1v to .
Turf Cougreaa allotted same racing dates
to SU Loui3 and Ch'cago.
New York. Sept. 25 Sailed. Fucrst Bis
marck. Hamburg, via Pl mouth and Cher
bourg; La Torraine, Havre, Rarbaros a,
Bremen. ia Southampton.
Liverpool. Sept CO. Arrived: New Eng
Bremen, Sept. 10 Arrived: Lalin. Ne-v
York, via Cherbourg and Southampton.
Plj mouth. Sept 20 Arrived: Augusts
Victoria, New York, for Hamburg, via Chcr
lourg. London. Sept HO Arrived: Michigan, New
York. Sailed. Manitou. New York.
Nagasaki. Sep'. 13 Sailed. Port Stephens,
Cherbourg. Sept i9 Sailed: Kaiser Wll
helm der Grosse (from Bremen and South
ampton). New York.
Queenstown. Sept M Sailed: Rhynland,
Philadelphia, said Oceanic, New York.
New York. Sept M Arrived: Kaiser Wll
helm II, from Naples.
Rotterdam. Sept 20 Sailed: Rotterdam.
Boulogne and New York.
Liverpool, Sept 20. Sal'ed: Camhroman.
Genoa. Sept. 13 Arrived: Trojan Prince,
New York, via St Michaels and Naples.
New lork. Sept. 10 Arrived; it. Germain,
SOME ESCAPED BOXERS.
Few Missionaries Fled From F.io
Washington, Sept. 23 The State Depart
ment has received the following telegram,
dated the ISth int. from the Consul at
"Secretary of State, Washington. D. C:
lcth Yesterday bcscechcd Governor as
certain facts Pao-Tine-Fu. also fate
missionaries unaccounted for in Chi-Li; albo
condition mLslnn property Wet Shan
Tung. Now replies no foreigners Pao-Tmg-Fu.
Othe.-s escaped, hiding places un
known. Impossibl" a-ctrtaln whereabouts.
Imperial tdict ordering Uvil military of
ficials Chl-Li exterminate Boxers now i3
fcued. All property Intact excepting Lin
Ching Mission, American Boird, which Is
destrojed Governor arrived, rioters dis
missed head official, from other learn Gov
rncr Issued ordc-3 throughout Province
List of Xlenil lllsfclonrirleie.
The department has received the follow
ing telegram from the Consul General at
Shanghai, Sept. 20. 1X0. Secretary of
Slate, Washington, D. C "Killed to date:
The Reverend Sir S'incoi, wife and
three children. Doctor and Mrs. Hodge.
Doctor Tujlor, Rev trend Mr Pilktn, Slisses
Gou'd, Morrill, at Fao-Tlng-Fu; Misses Des
mond. Manchester, at Kuchau; Slisses Rice,
Muston, at Laucheng, Reverend and Mrs.
Clapp. Reverend G. L. Williams Reverend
Sir. Davis. Mn. Bird Partridge at Taiku;
Reverend and Sirs. Atwater. four children;
Reverend and Sirs. Price, one child, at
lecchow-Fu. Have mailed report.
vSigntd) ' GOODNOW."
Stops the C.iuirli
nil -orkn Off the Cold.
in onti1!ie,?rsmo;9ulnine Tablets cure a cold
in one day. 0 Cure. No Fay. Price 23 cts.
Ili.s Slorv of CVinrlilions in ilie
Islands DilFfis Widely Fumi
MORE MEN ARE BADLY NEEDED.
Ajininnldo's. Followers Are Csui's-
injr jl'.ifh Tronltlti in Nortiiein
Lnon I is1 in banees, and
Small l.atlles roiiiinon.
Riirrnur prijn l
Washington. Sept 30 Follo-ving Io-e up
on the npt'mistle review of conditions In
th. Philippines bv he Tatt Commission,
made public by the Wa- Department tn-dav.
a cablegram received j.sterdav from !en
eral SlacArthur 'hows that the insurrec
t'on Is still fir from being suppressed.
The disquieting feature of this cibles-am.
when compared with the r port of the Taft
Commlsiso'i. lies not rr much In the report
of the engagement at Mavitae. In tl-o Prov
Inro of Iguna, which comes within tho
! rritory where the coim'sslon rerorted ne
tivliy among the insurgents, as in the indi
cations that AgumaMo s followers hive re
sumd activity In Northern Luzon
Thrp are now in th- Phillpplnts app-oxl-matelv
GCC) mm Re-enfo-. cznents. in
cludlne !Hn which hid origlmliy been In
tended fo- Gc'ienl Ch iff( . ire being hur
risl forward to Slan'W as r-ipldlv ns pos
sible, and befoie th rnlnv season 1s over
tli-o will be In the Philippines fully 73 CO)
The War Department will wl'hdraw the
vnlunte-s as s'owiy as pose;ihie. This Is
Gereral MnrAMhur's rt'jpafh. the as'erlsks
dfnot'ng words which could not be de
"Mirili. Srt V Adjutant General.
Wishiigton- There Is cnnsidnb!e activi
ty throughout Luzon Fighting his been
rprtel In tie vicirlty o' Cirig rnd Es
tella and Isihella Provlncs The insur
ants are estimated pt .'! The number
probablv is much eviggi rated, b'lt the"
are of s-iflleVnt force to make
In dlstrl-t heretofore qul't
"In the Ilncan I'rovlnccs. Samuel R.
Young iBr!eadr General) rrports numer
ous small affairs and has called s0 ri
phaticill for more f ree that Kingsbu-y's
squadion. Third Cavalrj. nnd Borden's bt
talion. Fifth In'intrv. hive been sent to
him Another b'ttillon of tli F.ftli will
Iw Fent to the same destination upon ar
rival larce District tlneh Dlslnrbcl.
"Tlie countrv north of PaslR. including rll
of Bulacan. Is vcrv murh 'stu-bed and
nuiierous conticts wiili small inrtifs occur
throug'iout that district South of Pasig.
including Tavabns Province (Luzci) the
same conditions obtain
"This activity has h-cn nntlelptted ard
reported upon In letters August 23
and cable August 31
' fceplember IS David D Mitchell (Captain
Fifttnth Infantrv). nlnetv men. Company
L. Fifteenth Infantry, from Slnllo-vn, La
guna I'rcvlrce. attacked Insurgent General
Cailles. v ho had V") men in position at
Navitac. same Province A desperate flcht
ensued, which was pushed from the front
with great pcrtinacltv bv Mitchell across
the causcwaj anu through wnte- waist
deep; an attack under Gnrse Cooke. Cap
tain, with forty men of Company K. I lf
tetnth Infantrv. and ten men of Compmy
B. Tvventv-soventh Volunteer Irfantrv.
cotld not reach enemj-s position because of
th? hUh water in arm of the lake, which
could not le crossed; tho entire country
was afloat In consequence of recent rains;
this vcrv much impeded offensive action.
Amrrlroii Fori-rd W Hlulrair.
"Af'er an hour ard twentv minutes of
fighting the command withdrew to Siniloan.
I'pon renewal of operations on the IStn we
found that the insurgents had escaped fro-n
Navltac the previous night, most of th-m.
no doubt, going back Into contiguous bar
rios to disappear for the time being or
until called Into the held Jgaia as peaceful
Casualties, which all occurred in
Mitchells command, consisting of 1C) men,
four orilcci.s, were.
"Companv I., Fifteenth Infantry, killed
and died of woands, David D. Stitchell
(Captain, Fifteenth Infantry); George A.
Cooper (Second Lieutenant. Fifteenth In
fartrj). First Sergeant William Fitzgerald,
Serjeant Evermond Do H irt. Corporal
L-iunts Jensen. Privates Edward C Co
burn, George R Horton. Thomas P Kclley.
Thorr.is Sliilrey. John P Brink. William L
Banker, Arthur S Slansfteld, Thomas I.
Pitcl.e'. Scott L Smith. Richard Tavlor.
Edward SI Nell. Fred Duggan and Eman
" oundt d Corporals Clnries Oswald,
William II. I'ollev. Privates Benja
min Owens, Sli r.-ul K1!. Otto F.
H Lathe, Evrett Slatlack, Francis
I. Flanigai., Michnel J Hennes
sey. Anthony Krarntj, Harry l'-rry.
Charles De Baugh. Companj I Th!rt
seventh Volunteer Infantrj. Killed and
Died of W ounds llrst Sergeant Thomas e
A. Howe. Privates Edward J. Godahl.
George Halght, Edward Stallcup, Alfred J.
Slueller. James C. West
"Wojnded Captain John E. Sloran, Ser
geant Robert Slahaffj. Corporal Frank A.
Story. Privates Frank T. Bell. Wllllnm S.
Brrtdlej. Worley T Crotiwhlte, David Dav,
Cornelius F Gentrj
"Profoundly lmxiresslv o I.osw."
"Thlrtj -three per cent is a profoundly
Impressive loss and Indicates the stubborn-lit-ss
of the fight tho fearless leadership of
the officers nnd the splendid response of
th men The insurgent loss, as far as
known, was ten killed and twentv wounded,
among tle former Colonel TldeL
118 Boarding Places
Advertised In to-das's Republic
INTRUDER ESCAPED WITH HIS LIFE, BUT WITHOUT HIS CLOTHES.
Tom Costello Pursued Him From the House, Pistol in Hand
John McCormack, a IMeighbor, Laughed and
Costello Broke His Nose.
John SleCorma.k. who lives at No. I'fl
North Eleventh street, has discovered that
when a man laughs the whole world does
not alwaj-s laugh with him.
SIcCormack laughed at the antic3 of one
of his neighbors early jesterday morning
and now his face Ls In euch a sorry shape
that even rhould ho try to smile It would
be ,i painful reminder of the laughable oc
currence SIcCormack and his family had been to
the Exposition, and, rcturnlc henin t xalii-
SECTION HAND'S PROMPT ACTION
PREVENTED WRECK OF COAL TRAIN.
William Jones Snitched Ten Runaway Cers
Onto a Siding, Then Climbed Aboard and
arn M m mm m i ili mil
nsnilimr rtr.c-M CT.rT-ru
DERAlUNff OPEM SWITCH .
DIAGKAM OF TKACKS AT SPlUXCr PAKK STATION OF THE
A wreck wl leh woul 1 hive Involved heivy
lost w.is averted jstcrdav at Sprint Park
on the St. Louis and San IY.nnclco Rall
ro id bv the coolness and cjulck action of
Willi mi Jones, a .section hind.
Jones turned a switch in the nick of tlrre.
bmrded a runawav train of ten coil cats
which were rushing down cride at the rat
of thlrtj miles an hour, s-et the brakes and
brought them to a full stop All this waJ
done In little more than a mlnate. but In
that minute Jones shored rare te lf-posses-sion
To understand what was don a diagrnm
cf the tracK.s la necessary. The point A
Is Spring Park Station; D Is a derailing
switch which is open. A D is the main
line of the 'Frisco C Is another srviteh
It iding lo a Fhort siding which ends at E
The track running through C and B is n
ndlng which pnrnllcls the main line as far
as Windsor Springs, half a mile west of
YcsUrday morning nhout II o'clock a l''
cil freight w-us sw.tchlng at Windsor
Srrlrgs The enslne had started to back
ten coal cars onto the Bide track, but In
Fome waj jhej beenme detached ard start
ed down tlie grade toward Snrmr IVirk
Knowing tlie switch below Spring Park i
was open, the engineer siv. there was only
one thing to be d re. to get there ali"g
the main track with the engine 1 1 fore 'he
cars could make it cm the sirfirg This J
CINCINNATI CONFERENCE FAILS.
No Agreement With Iron Workers
Y't I!is Stiike Imiiiiiicnt.
Cincinnati, O, Sept. 20 -After a protractei
and animated 1oint Eesa'on of the Confer
ence Committee of the Amalgamated Assa
ciilion of Iron and Steel Workers and of
the Conference Committee of the m inu
facturers. an adjournment was taken to
night until to-morrow morning without any
definite result being reached.
Since the mills closed Juno 3) there hive
leen five of th"o Joint conference without
results at Detroit, lndianapoi.. New York
and eLsewhcre, and It was thought some re
sult would bo reached to-daj. Neither s'de
has jet given up hope of som result belrgr
reached by Saturdaj night, and perhaps to
But. If no result is reached nt this meeting
bv Saturday nbsht, it is feired that a strike
will follow. Nono of the Mfi't cmplovcs nn
working now, but thej nre not on a strike.
They nre Fimply awaiting an agreement on
the wage scale for puddlers and finisher?.
ns the scale tins been agreed upon mutually
for alt others in the Amalgamated Assoeli
tlon. After the conference commute" of the
Amalpamatd Association was in tcssion all
day jesterday. It was Joined to-day by
Chairmen J. C. Corus of Slassi'lon. G Wat
son French. George L Bard, W. L Simon
ton. W E. Taj lor of Chicago, A. W. Hous
ton. Cincinnati, and James H. Nutt of
Youugstown. representing the Republic Steel
nnd Iron Company, and F. L. Clark of
Pittsburg, Thomas Parrock nnd SI. E
Coombs of oungstown, representing the
American StttI Hoop Company, and there
was a fcencral discusulon to-day In which all
After tli Joint scslon adjourned to-night
President Theodore Shnffer. Secretary Wil
li ims and the twenty other members of th
Amalgamated comm'ttco remained in ses
Fion, discussing the proposition of the man
ufacturers, who Insited that at tho present
prices of lrcn and tccl they could not renew-
the agreement for the old bcale of last
STRIKE LEADERS PLEASED.
Claim lo Bo Making Bapid Head
way Closing AH Mine.
Hazlcton. Pi Sfpt 2) In the ab'ence of
President Mitchell trom hendqu irters to
day. Benjamin Jnmcs, who Is r.ext in
charge of the strike In this region. Issued
the dally bulletin from the United Sline
Workers" Headquarters: It Is as follows
"Hazleton. Fa . Sept. 20. t ;3 p m Tho
reports received at headquarters to-dav
have been most gratlfjing Harwood.
Coleralne and the washery at Audenrled
bhut down this morning. The men at these
places decided Inst evening to strike with
their fcllow-mcn This is a gain for tho
At Jtddo. where Sir. John Slarkle tried
to Influence the men to go to work. the
remained firm, evidently realizing the shal
lowness of the offers made by their cra
"Eight hundred, more men are on strike In
this district to-dav than on any previous
dav- during tho strike.
"The suspension In the Wjomlr.g and
Lpchnwanna valievs Is now complete, the
only mire which worked the fore part of
the we"k being closed.
"Reports from district No. 9 (tho tower
anthracite) show that there have been large
accessions lo the strikers' ranks, great In-
night, sat in front of the house lo take an
airing before retiring. Presentlv there was
a terrible uproar within doors. Nothing they
had ever heard could cqunl it. They had
but a few moments, however, to wait for an
A man, barefooted. In shirt sleeves and
trousers, with suspenders In the breeze,
came dashing down the steps like a hurdle
Jumper. As the fellow bounded over Sirs.
SIcCormack's head and darted down Elev
enth street. Thomas Costello, a nest door
ucUhbor, revolver In hand, cmcrca Xrom
....... .--.. -- 9i -ss -.w s l"
51D TRACK BE7VEEK SPRING PARK and
nun i imTrrmTrrrmrq
A tii.rcniMr, 1ATK STATION.
PRIM PARK STATION
plan was put in operation nnd sion engine
ind runaway cars the ene propelled by
steam am! the other bv gravttj, were rac
ing down the in, line
Wliile this was going on Jones w.i.s work
ing at tlie rolnt B with a handcar besld.
him. It took him but a moment to grnsp
the situation, mid to rcrceive that a "light"
engine, though having the advantigo of
st am, could not win.
The d molllion of the conl cars and the
const tjuent blocking of th- main line for
hours with debris .seemed certiln, but Jones
lnstantlv planned a s, he me which Feemed
hopeless, but which rcsu'ted In preventing
He Jenped on the hnmlcar and propelled
It villi nil his might toward tho .switch at
C and arrived II e-i about Sfl f'et ahead of
the freight cars and threw the lteh lead
ing to the point E. Bv this time the irs
were almost on him.
Jones's work was not yet done Should
the cars, unhindered, continue their course
they would lenve the trnck ut the point E
ard pile up in a ditch below.
Ho carcfullv giused the speed of the wi'd
cars and leaped for the handrails at tho
s'de cf the last O! e He had cilculatcd cor
rectlv. ard in another moment was twist
ing away nt the brakes Before the cng!r"
taught e.p he had brought the cars to a full
.step at a s.ife distjnce from E, tlie end of
' rrr,ls ,,'"ln" ' Mn mad0 on ih"' I,h!Iade,phla
l-iui iceauui; nipi,ie-s
"The situntion ovr the entire anthracite
Held ia such that we hnve every reason to
beliive th-t in a few davs the suspension
v.ill be general throughout the three dis
tricts BENJ .UMI'-s.
"Member National Executive Board Unit"!
Sline Work, rs of America "
BIDDING WILL BE LIVELY.
Several Corporations Interested in
Sale of New Orleans Teuniiiah.
r.r rtT.i.ic- "era m..
Chi, ago. Sept. 10 A number of local ftmn
ci i! Interests are planning to bid for the
New Orlcarn and Western Ral.ro id and
Terminal Copipanj'E property, v.hen It shall
be offered for sale, October 15 The ro id
will be sold under foreclosure procedin),s,
and It Is said that the following corpora
tions will have represertatives on hand lo
bid fur the propcrtv : Armour Packing Com
panj, I hnol.s Central Railroid, Fderal
Steel Companj, American Rope Company
aid the Planers' Compress Companj.
It is nid that the Armour Companj-, if
It acquires the property, will use It In con
nection with a ltrge meat export enterprise
that is being planned The terrain ds would
be parthularlj- valutbv to the Illinois e an
tral Halluaj. as their acquisition wouid
give tins company a stronscr hold than anj
other line entering that cliv. In addition to
the corporations nirn, d. tho Southern Pa
cll'c Railroad Company will undoubtedlj be
KfsMtimpilon of Train Sers lco to
i.nlv esieiii, 1 ex.
We have the follow. ng from our General
Superintended in 'icvas
Virginia Point. Sept. 15, l'.
James Barker. G P. .te T A., M., li. i. T.
Lj St l.ou!s. Mo..
jour wire date. Expect to have lino
opened to Gilvcston bj Fridaj, poss.bij
CROSSES OCEAN FOR BRYAN.
Daughter of Bliabeth Cady Stan
ton to Take the Stump.
New urk, Sept. 20. All the waj- from licr
English hornt. Sirs. Harriet Stanton Match,
the daughter of Elizabeth Cady St.inton, Is
coirlrg to take pnrt In the approaching
presidential ear-ipalgn in America She will
u Ive not latei than the last day ol Sep-te-mler
and will lmniedlatelj take the stump
Sie is eager to go to the Far West, but
will travl about the countrj, according to
the plans that are made for her
In a letter received lo-daj bj her mother.
Sirs. Stanton. Sirs. Match uskeel that ar
rangements bo at once made for her to
Fpe-.ik on tho Democratic platform, and
"For there (In th Democratic partj) I see
the safe tj of this countrj- We can hope for
nothing from the Republican partj In the
Democratic partv- we llnd the Populists, tlie
So' nlists and all the- rcfonn element!
"Uhet are the Republican leaders loIng"
The j urv proposing no reforms In that
partj- arc found tho millionaires, the trust
companies, the gold basis, the high tariff
.inc. eve rj thing against the interests of the
Although Sirs. Blatch rnnkes her home In
Englnnd, she has never lest touch with
America, an 1 has stud ed Atnerican Indus
trial conditions as fnlthfullj- as those of
England She Is ma-ried to a wealthj- Eng
lish brev er, but her greatest interests have
ulwajs been among the working classes.
129 Help Wanted Ads
Printed In to-day's) Republic.
11 e house nnd started after the almost
This was too much for SIcCormack. He
burst out laughing and roared so loudly
that Costello thouhgt It a reflection on his
sprinting qualities. Angered at having lost
tiack of the stranger, whom he had found
preparing lo occupy his bed. and doubly
sore at McCormaiJ;. he leturned to the
Stepping up to McCormack. who still was
in the midst of his enjojment, ho brought
his revolver down en the laugher's face,
across tils nose
"Now jou don't feel so funny," Costello
suggested as he passed up to his room.
SIcCormack's nose was broken by tho
blow. When morning came he went to tho
Four Courts with a bandaged face and ob
tained a warrant against Costello, char
ging felonious wounding.
Costello said that what had happened to
SIcCormack was not a circumstance to what
he had In store for tho fellow who Jolt
shoe, coat and hat In hid room.
SHOT TO DEATH
IN PISTOL DUEL
Fiaiuis Mnguire, Ex Condurtor,
Fatally Wouiukil by Washing
ton Ifayiii'S Transit Inspector.
SEVEN SHOTS EXCHANGED.
Sticf died on Ground, Mnquire
I Fin (1
Hawies and Two
Kiillcl-. Took FtTeot
Tioible Over Work.
In a p'stol duel last night at Compton
anil SIaneheuter avenues, Fram is Slngulre
was killed nnd Washington Hajnes was
sent to the City Hospital suffering from
two gunshot v. ounds in the left thisl!. Tho
shooting was the result of a quarn 1 be
tween Magu!r and Thomas W Scott .1
transit rnmpanv conductor Tlie trouble"
between SI 'gulre and Hnj no) started when
Ilnjnes attempted to act as peacemaker
between the t-ve iren.
The shooting occurred at S o'clock At
that time Hones, who Is a road officer, or
as he Is more commonly l:non. a roid
"lxiss" lor th" trinslt conirnnj, was stand-inr-
at the northwest corner of Compton
and Manchester avnuei. wlen Scott and
Maruire engnged In n ejuarrel S'agulre
leeiimo verj- abusive nrd H.ivui'n Inti rfercd
and tries! te quiet tlie two nun
M igiare then begun to ahtise Hajnes Tho
latter walked to the middle of the street.
sn lie bed a car. and when he returned Scott
walked over to him M isidrc following. As
Scott as-f,l behind Ha.n, Ma-rulre grew
furlou-. and with th remi'k "Would jou
prnt-i-t n man like thit pushed Hnjnes.
v ho tripped over some obstacle and both
m n fell
s Ilnynes fell his revolver slipped from
his pocket He picked It up, and, as he rose
looked into the muz'l" of M egulrc's revol
ver. Mngulre was Ivlng on the ground with
Ins levolver clasped In his hand, which
rested on tl.o curbstone.
MiLiiiiro Flrrel First.
Magu're op"netl fir. tho first shot striking
H.ijnes in the left tlih;h Tee latter ptil'e 1
lib, revolver from the pocket w'.ere he hid
placed it and returned the fire He fired
live shots, emptvlng hi' revolver His aim
was true and everj shot took effect.
Slagulre was struck in the right side of
the abdomen, the left shoulder, the left
thigh, the stomach and the left leg. Ho
fell to the ground after firing two shots
ami died in t'irce mirutes
An ambulance was called and the body
w.m taken to the morgue. Hajnes was
struck In the left thigh by both bullets
fired by Slagulre He was taken to tho
oiliee ' Do, to- A V. I.. Brokaw at Comp
ton and Washington avenues. He was ar
rested there b Sergeants Smith and
O Brien of the Eighth District nnd taken
to tho City Hospital, whero he Is being
hfld as a prisoner pending Investigation.
His conditiem is not serious
When seen .it the hospital lato last ntght
Hjnes saiJ that he- had been obliged ti
sheot Slagulre in s-f-dofe nse. Ho declares
that the dead man tired th first shot and
had him covered with his weapon when he
opened fire uron him M igulrc. he sajs,
was upon the ground whilo shooting and
rested Irs p.stoi hand upon a curbing, be
hind which ho was Ijlr.g.
"Slagulro wis dlsch lrged from tho
enmpanv's rervice a few daj-s back."
said lllgglrs Last night lie enme
to the sheds where tho cars were
being turned in There was quite- a crowd
of street cur emploj es around, among wnom
was W. T Scott. Slagulre was rather
loud in his talk, and soon began to abuse
Scott, who tried to avoid him by walking
away. I asked Maguire to keep quiet, as
there was no ono but transit cmploje 3
about at the lime who were under the sur
veillance of the superintendents.
llnjnt-K ( itlle-d Amliiilnnce.
"I thought that the trouble was settled
and walked over to tb shed and switched
In a car As I was doing this I heard Forao
loud alklng and saw Slagulre In the middle
of the street abusing Scott again. 1 re
quested him to desist, upon which ho
walked near me ard asked if I would pro
tect a 'man of that kin 1.' Ho then struck
at mo and pushed against me. I stepped
bnek and fell over some obstruction in tl-o
street Slagulre followed me and also
"My revolver fell out on the ground
when I fell I got up nnd replaced the
v capon In mj pocket. When I turned
around Slagulre was Ijlag on the ground
behind some curbing with his pistol drawn
and iwlnied c n.o. Before I could draw he
fired The bullet Ftruek me Then I opened
up and tired 'it shots, jiagulre continued
to shoot until his weapon was emptj. Two
bullets tcok effect In my thigh.
"When tho shooting slurped I went to a
patr, I bov and turned In a call for an
ambulance, after winch 1 stirted to Doctor
Brokaw's olll.-e. There I was arrested"
Slj;uiie w is CS vears old. and lived ut No.
10 South Compton avenue. He leaves a
widow and several children. He had been
in tho employ of the transit company as a
motorman before and since the strike. He
lost his position onlj- a few elajs ngo He
held a grudge against Hajnes, whom he
thought was Instrumental In securing his
discharge, and for this reason It seems" he
picked a quarrel with him. There was nlso
Ind blood between Slagulre and Scott.
Hajnes is 2S jears old, is married and lives
at No. Sill Cljrk avenue Scott was ar
rested bj tho Eighth District police, but
after making hia statement was released.
WHAT HOAR HAS DESERTED.
Senator's Speech Indicating Our
Washington. Sept. 10 In view of Sena
tor Hoar's present defense cf President
SIcKlnlej-, the Senator's speech In the Sen
ate. April 17, Is of Interest. Ha then said.
"I believe that. If not lo-day or tomor
row, jet at an earlj- day, better knowledge
of the facts, tho light of exporle-nce, tho
love of Ubertj- and Justice, which still
burns In tho hearts of the Republican
masses In this country, will bring that
partj' back to the principles anil policy
upon which It planted Itself In the begin
ning. "Wo are told that If we oppose the poli
cy of our imperialistic and expanding
friends wc are bound to suggest some pol
icy of our own ns a substitute for theirs.
W'e are asked what we would do In this
difficult emergencj. It Is a question not
diihcult to answer. I. for one, am ready
to answer it:
"First 1 would declare now that we
would not take these islands lo govern
them against their will.
"Second 1 would reject a cession of sov
ereign, which implies that sovereignty
r-aj- be bought and sold without consent
of the people. Spain had no rightful sov
ereigns over the Phiiipj Ino Islands. She
could i.ot rightfully sell them to us. We
could not rlghtfuUy buj them from her.
"Ihlril I would require all foreign Gov
ernments to keep out of these Islands.
"Fourth I would offer to the people of
the Philippines our help In maintaining or
der until they have a reasonable opporlunl-tj-
to establish A government of their own.
Fifth I would aid them by advice, if
thej- desired It. to set up a free and Inde
"SKth I would invite all great Towers
of Europe to unite in an agreement that
that independence shall not be Interfered
with by us, b- themselves, or by any one
of them with the consent of tho others. As
to this, I am not so sure. I should l.ke
quite as well to tell it is not to be done
whether they consent or not.
"Seventh I would declare that the
United States would enforce the same doc
trine as applicable to the Philippines that
we declare as to Slexico and Hajtl ami
the South American Republics. It is true
that the Slonroe Doctrine, a doctrine based
largely upon our regard for our own Inter
est, Is nut applicable, cither in terms or la
DRY GOODS COHI'A.V.
Sale of Silk To-Day.
7,500 Yards of Novelty Silks, this Season's Styles, in
Blended and Solid Colors, at less than Manufacturers'
They Are Divided Into Three Lots:
3,500 3-ards at 75o, instead of $1.00
1,500 yards at Q5c, instead of SI. 25
2,500 yards at $1.00, instead of $1.50
Latest Fail Novelties in Jewelry
A. KURTZEBORN SONS,
310 North Sixth Street.
I JM: SI'ECTAt I.EN ami
623 Clivo St. 317 H. Seventh.
principle, to n distant As-atic territory
Hut. undoubtedlj- having driven out Spain,
we nre bounJ. and heve the right, to se
cure 'or the people we have- iibrated an
onportunltj, undisturbed and In peace to
establish a new government for them
selves. "Eighth I would then, in a not distant
future. leave them to vvo-k out their own
salvation, as everj- nation on earth, friem
the beginning of tlm" as our e,wn ances
tors, slowly .ind in long centuries, wrought
out theirs: a Germanj. as Switzerland, as
France, n briefer periods, wrought out
thirs. all of them within a ce.nturj.
some of them within the- life of a genera
tion. To attempt to Impose trcedom v.itrout
on an j- reople is 10 ellsrcgarel all the lessons
of hNtorj It 1 to attempt
A gift of that which U not to be; slvn
1J all tl Lle-Hcd pcuversi of earth nl heave-n
"Ninth 1 weuld strike out of our legis
lation the oath of allegiance to us and rub
stltute ,m oath of allegiance to their own
IMPROVED THE SHINING HOURS.
Acting Governor of Utah Ap
pointed a United States Senator.
Salt Lnk Flali. Sept. . Utah Rcrub-lie-an
officials and politicians had a scaro
when thej- found this moriUn that Gov
ernor Wells and sccritarj of State Ham
mond had lett the State administration in
trie haiuis ot a Democratic acting Gov era
or bj leaving the :atc Sn meet Governor
Roosevelt at Pocatello, Id tho.
Under the statutes. Alitalia. Ncbckcr.
President of the Mate senate. Is acting
Governor. When Sir. Nebckcr dscovereil
late last night that Wells and liammcnJ
were both out of the state ho appointed
Judge O W. Powers I'mtesi States senator
to MI the vacancy occasioned bj" failure
to e lect a Senator at the last session of thu
Tnen I.o proceeded to announce chanses
in the gubernatorial staff and mak--up of
SicHldoin generullj Sir. Nebekcr is a
prominent cattleman, with the' cowooy's
loudness for a Joke, and eloes not view nl
own meteoric eireer as Governor Very sc
riouslj, but his political opponents we-re
serlouslj- alarmed until they learned that
his term would end ohortlj- after roon 10
daj, when Governor Wells arrived on Utah
It was ihought possible Acting Governor
Nebekcr . llgnt call a spec! il session of
the Legislature to fill tlie senatorial va
car.cj. but be saj he will not go that far.
state Senator Nib ker said to-dav th it
ho had net been officially notified that Gov
ernor WelL. was in Utah, and until so noti
fied he would Institute all the reforms
that ou-,ht to be enforced under a Demo
Judge Powers, the senatorial appointee,
wa also seen. He had the appointment
signed bj- Nebekcr as Acting Governor, but
no certmcate had been issued at the of
fice of tlie fcccretarj of talale. Nebeker
has taken no further ofilclal action, except
ing to depose the Chief of Staff of the
militl 1 ar.el in ike a new appointment
The action of Nebeker may require some
r metal action bj- Governor Wells when he
reaches the citj. A good manj- people lo'K
U5on It as a huge political joke.
The Desvrt News prints the following:
"Judge Power", vvnen interviewed and
akcd whether nls aipolntmert as United
States Senator by Acting Governor NebkT
was intended as a nuge practical Joke or
was to be taken In senou-utss. replied
emphatically that it was serious in tverj
senso of the word, and calculated te te icn
the Governor and Etcretarj- of State thit
thej- could not both leave Utah at the same
time without tnklng the consenuences.
"There can bo no question." said h "ns
to Senator Nebtker's power to perform the
duties pertaining to the Govcnor's office
during the absence of those two oillcials.
"Whether I will bo recognized by the
United States Scmito a the junior m-nnber
from Utah I cannot raj However, I pro
pose to make a fight for the place ard snand
bj mj- rights. 1 lnt-nJ to take no ch inces
at all and will Imncdiatelj- file mv- re-sign i
tion at Presidential Elector on the Dtmo-e-ratlc
ticket with the State D-mocratic
Committee Thli will lenve me frte and un
hampered to make the contest which, I pre
sume, I will be obliged to make"
MRS. ELIZABETH HATTON DEAD.
Mollier-iu-Law of Police Captain
Sirs. Elizabeth Hatton. mother-in-law of
Police Captain SlichacI O'SIalley of the
Fifth District, died at her home. No. 3TC
FInnej- avenue, jesterdaj-. after nn Illness
laMIng over a jesr. Death was due to a
complication of diseases.
Sirs. Hatton was about E4 jenrs oil. She
was a widow and four ehlldien survive her
Frank. Joseph. George and Sirs. SUchael
0"S!aI!tv One of her sons, Joseph, was
formerlj a deputy under Sheriff Steed and
later a eletectlve under Chief Dfs-mond
The funeral will take piacc Sunday after
noon from the residence to Calvarj- Ccme-terj-.
At n Ceiiiicntiem ef loimj; ladles
It wa unanimously agreed that the Globe,
seventh and Franklin avenu-. have the
largest variety and lowest prices on Younif
Slen's Suit3. Tho'e at Jl 63. $10. Jtl.V) and $13
are sold elsewhere from $71" to J-f).
SIXTH WARD CLUB ELECTION The
first regular meeting of the Sixth Ward
Democratic Butler Club was held last night
at No. 1X3 Singleton street- About IS mem
bers were present, and th- following officers
were elected for the ensuing jear: William
J. Shechan. president; Peter C. Campbell,
vice president: James Johnson, secretary;
Louis Borgln treasurer, and Charles Stefiln,
THE POPULARITY OF
$ B "W S o
is chiefly due to its irreproachable character."
"DRINK NOTHING but Natural Mineral Water, such as
Apollinaris, free from all vegetable poisons."
Headnehs ore caused tv an overstrain of la
eye rru clev By Hearing a pair of glasses Cited
br as veu will b reli'v 1
U:i.ssi:s AT LOWEST TRICE'S.
EGSERi S FIS'HERj opticians
rrr rs, efL'nt, .es"T-cG-!- A c-rtT m.Hil
contest wia be held this evening at Lafaj.
e Park Baptist Church, corner of Lafaj
elte and .Mississippi avenues.
INQUEST ORDERED-0!to Echeske cf
No. :X3( Pennsjlvania avenue, who was hurt
Slondav while taking down machinery- In
th" old cereal factorv- at No. 711 South
Theresa avenue, dieil jesterday afternoon
from his, injuries. An lnquet will be held
to-da j .
DIED OF HERT DISEASE Deputy
Coroner Firesehsler he'd an Inquest 'fst"r
daj on the body of John Neville, a hostler
who died suddenlj- 111 the stanle of St. Jo
sepirs Convent, at No. 1S13 Cass avenu.
Wednesdaj- evening. It was found that ha
died of heart disease.
VERDICT ACCIDENT An Inquest was
held vesterdny on the body of Caleb B.
Kinsej-. 73 j-ears o'd, who died nt his home.
No. exas South Sixth street, of erj-slpelas on
Surdaj. It was learned that the erysipelas
was cause! by a fall down a Right of
stairs on September S. A verdict of death
e'un to accident was returned. Caleb Kln
scy was the grardfather of E. R. Klnaey
ot No. 720 Mrgln.a avenue.
ASKS WARRANT FOR TOMASSO-Chrts
Fchawaker. Republican ward politician,
rnnde application for a warrant jesterday
against Policem in Tomisso of the Fourth
District, ehargin; him with attempted
bribery. Schawacker was accompanied to
1 he Four Cou-ts by Nuncio Ponte. whom
it is allegeel Tomasso attempted to bribe.
Ponte as shot bj- Joe Capasso In a fight
at Third ard Valentine Ftrr-ts. Ponte al
leges that while he was being treated at the
City Hospital Toinvso called and attempt
ed to get him not to prosecute, offerlrg him
$10 Tomasso denies the charge.
COLLIDED IN THE FOG The heavy fog
was responsible for several minor street
car accidents yomerdav morning. Shortly
after midnight westbound car No. 1723 of tha
Easton avenue- line- collided with north
bound Crand avenue car No. 475 at the in
tersection of Giand and Easton avenues.
Patrick Slahon of No. CSc4 Slalllnckrodt
street was Injured slightly. About 5 o'clock
a Gram1 av enue car In charge of Slotorman
Christ Brown overtook and ran Into a one
horse milk wagon driven by Aldler Favcr-le-ne,
who l!ve- at Tennessee avenue and
Winnelago street. Fav orient was thrown
to the street, but escared Injury.
INJURED THE WRONG SIAN Alfrtd
Steinn-.es er. S jears o'd, of No. 4Z15 Pleasant
street, is suffering from a fracture of tha
sVt.Il. which he received Wednesday nlght.
Ile was passing Bloemke's saloon, at the
ce rnr of Pleasnnt and Penrosa streets,
when a bottle thrown by Nicholas Wagner
struck him in the hend. knocking him down.
Doctor Lew right of No. IOjJ East Grand
avenue aressed the wound, pronouncing It
serious Wanner threw the missile at Wil
liam Nlehaus of No. 4162 Pleasant street,
with whom he had a quarrel. He was ar
rested and letcked up at the Sixth District
Police Station, but was released later, aa
the parents of j-oung Steinmejer refused to
INQUEST ON LINDNER Deputy Cor
oner Drechsle-r held an inquest jesterday
em the bodj- of John Lindner, who plunge J
to his death from a fourth storj- windo'T
of the M ssourl Baptist sanitarium Y.edno--e'.aj-
afternoon. A verdict of accident
was returned. Doctor B. A. Wllkes. super
intendent of the sanitarium, testified that
accordlrc to Lindner's own statement af
ter the fall. It was a case of suicide. Lind
ner told Doctor Wilkes, sbortlj- before ho
elletl that he tould not stnd the pain hs
was "ufferln? urd cot out of the window to
get rid of It Viola Strawn. the atterdlnsr
nurse, said she missed Lindner and found
thnt he hnd fallen from a window. Sho
did not know whether It was a suicide or
an accident. Lindner nevr Intimated to
her tli it he was going to take his life At
no time she said as he delirious Thi9
was no other evidence of Importance.
IN THE COUNTY.
SInrrlage license were Issued at Clay
ton vesterdaj- to William Groves of No.
2730 Hickory str-et and Slamlo Slills of No.
S714 Hickory street; Philip J. Schleler and
Slaggie SI. Glenz nf Affton. and Edward
Belleville of Belleville and Julia Harris of
A reception was tendered the Revererd
Chnries Guenther of the Ballwin SI. E
Church at the parsonage last ulght In honor
of Lis reappointment as pastor. Sir.
Guenther bad been In St. LouN for the lajt
two dajs attendlrg tho annual conference
of the Southern SlethodW Church, and was
taktu completelj- bj- surprise when he re
turned ard found the parsonage Hlleil with
his friends He has been pastor ot the
church for three Jears-.
R. F Steven3 has laid the foundation
on Slanchester avenue Just west of Marshall
aveme in Maplewnod for a large brlclc
building to cost J'lOO. and to be used for
bu-Ire-ss purposes. William Klein Is break
ing group 1 for :i $trQu structure, which will
be a carpct-wenving establishment, adjoin
ing Stevens's propcrtj- on the west.
The Klrkwood Board of Aldermen held
nn important meeting Wedresday night.
Bids were advertled for machinery ard
other necessary materials for the new elec
tric light plant. The bids will be rcceiveel
.it the next regular meeting of the board,
October 19. It Jlso was authorized to build
a number of new sidewalks In Avondale.
CHARLES B. FOOTElS DEAD.
Was Member of New York Bank
inji Firm Which Failed Recently.
New York. Sept. S). Charles B. Foote of
the New- York banking firm ol Hatch .t
Foole, which m ide an assignment a few
dajs ago ei'ed at Ocennlc. N. J., to-day
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