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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1000.
The hlrbt amount loaned en i:cnti, dia
mond.. Jewelry ana all art.. le cf value 'ft
leans fpeclalty at low rate of Wirtil BjW;
ntta trlctly confidential. Unredeemed plsdgsi
for rale ,.
S. VAN RAALTE & CO.,
IS and 14 S. 4tJi, nl.o 213 S. 7tU St.
Ci.Atrn & r bciu'Ti ach. f
Tele Main II Money Saved I
:n-2S-.S. I Kverywh.ra. I
UT IIAT 8
or-mtTTiir'ir kmI N Hr"-a.dw-
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AT B ICKETS.
MISSOURI. KANSAS 1M' TEXAS RAILWAY
OfncB of PapnntnJ. l rrtn.nej Service.
Frank E Miller, sup-rial nunt.
bt. Loals. MO.. Nov 4th. m
To Whom It May iv.ii: .-. .fi.
About elx nvn'hs ao e ma.Je a contract wi.n
Mr. w D. Hu-umr. n.ansger of G-ti I'ockrmi i
urd Bur Ritermtn itor m rid our ranom .llnl.'R
tatlem of roaches -and but- Mr. Hu-Binss
method. anJ tne otz iowder rav leen very -tsfactorr
in every was. hiving n i "Ur ji. -
r-oi.ses of roaches, etc. I n r-eimr-"r. lai
highly to any one trouble with t--ie.se Ir.ser'-i.
F E MHIr. Su:.er nten ent Pint's sm!i
Jet2 Roach ard Belhyg Cjiermln it rs jrv srll
ly all d-slrs. Con'n t- taken 'o 1 1J . or
reaches and ether 'rse. te ami g'i nr-'e-d 0.0
rear KT7. KXTKItMINATuR".
No. SC N. Se-xud St.. bt. Loais, U. S. A.
J. S". FARISU
TUB Grand Opening of Crawford's Md
ilncv. Suits. Cares. Coats, Jackets, ctt.
takes place In tiir mortilns. as well a.s a
certeral opcnlrg and dlp'a? of th new
goods In every ono of timlr sixty-two de
partments. It rw without saylrp that this house In
its Grand Exhibit of Now Goods cannot fes
cijuakd in this city, f ir Iesq excelled:!
u l'auiier'a (Innc.
The Uevtiend Edward Punbar. 'aho ftTOto
thf old religious sons. TrK'ir's a Light In
the Window ?or Thee. Urother." eleciu in
a pauper's crave at Cofft'S'viile, Kas.. waere
h- died a tramp !n the town jail, ten ears
aco. says the New Orleans Times-Democrat,
lib name btcarne a by-word In the places
-where he was known., hti1 from a prison
cell he went forth a vagabond on the fau
of the earth Iu 1S67 i.e aj arrested t
Leavenworth, while engaged In aoidins a
series of revival meetings, and tak.n to
Minneapolis, where he was tritd for bigamy,
convicted and jenteiiced to the penlter.tla. y
for three vears and e'eht months. Oi.e
nlsht. in the spring of Issu. Dunbar applii d
at the Coffeyville Jail for lodginc. He w:is
ill. and tho authorities took him in. He
died the next day. Papers In hts pockets
revealed his !3 ntlty, and showed that he
had tramped ail over the country. Some
church people have lately erected a marblo
fclab over his crave, on which these wo'ds
nro Inscribed: "Here lies Edward Dunbar,
who wrote There's a Lizht In the Window
for The. Brother.' "
Council Jlnoro at Owltorno.
The couneil room at 0"b lrne Palace Is a
fmall and charming one. the furniture Inlaid
satinwcoJ with pale blue broeadt". The win
dows open on Vm terrace, and there are in
the room some tine paintings, lneludine por
traits of three celebrated beauties of the
earlier part of the reign. T:.e.e is also a
wonderful Inlaid i!a:iO. The Durbar room
at Osborne has not been required durIi-5
Victoria's residence there. It i done
in light carved unpolished wood and creara
colored dull surfj'-ed molding" of Orlenti!
character. The light: are ail supplied from
lanterns of purely Indian style. The Queen's
private chapel at O-borne U an urpretcn
rlous, large room, with an -jrean. a Htt e
altar and several eacred paimlrijs. lncludlrj?
a lovely one of "The Good Shepherd." p 1
the walLs. whilo a special chair and reading
desk are provided for her M iies-ty. The lii
tle red brocade covered jrilded chairs for
the royal children are always placed will
within the Queen's Una of vtslcn.
TltAIXS I.VTO OALVHSTOX
Via 31., k. .t T. Ur.
Hcgular service is resumed.
Golntr Without Gloves.
The summer habit of soirs out without
Sloves Is to last well into the autumn,
fiy tha observers of fashion's tanries. Tna
freedom and comfort of the clove-less habit
are too great to be relinquished oasily, and
many brown hands will be seen displayed
without hesitation on Rroadway and Fifth
avenue, until cold weather compels return
to the discarded article so lately considered
1 H Ep23 fgj& 0
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GOOD SHOES. I
Woman's Fine Shoes.
Xlanu mm bhu weiu o. sciecteu vij ki
laa and box calf, all the new lasts,
light, medium and heavy sole.-, tans
and tlack, every size and width
the avernee dealer U -i j ds
must ge.t J3 or rr 50 ?a a g n C is
lints cuts tacm -"k jS p xyi a
onMonfiayto &bSw H
Misses' Fine S!u.as.
Tans and black, tur.;3. and t 'ts, of
eoltd picked m. eriala. Si..ies tho
very newest; tha k'nd of shoe youug
ladles delight to wear and the par
ents are willing to buy !zes IJ'4 to
cut them Mon- V H ' Si
Children's Fine Shoes.
In all particulars equal to the misses'
the product of tha earns noted
8U to U-a JI.ro
by Hllta to
Ladies' Low Shoes.
Getting a Uttle late tor low shoes, but
for around the house, or a change to
ease the feet after walking, are just
the thingevery style und kind Una
and black costins up to !2.(h go on
the Bargain Counter era r-
Monday, and a an H
Hilts' Knife H SI H
cuts them to J CjrU S
Men's Satisfactory Shoes.
The best value vie have ever Given
double and triple soles, welts and Mc
Kay sewed, of the best titcck pro
curable, box calf, grain, and other
fashionable leathers. Puritan stock,
tans and black this Is strictly a ?3
snoe fqqis pet r. t
$3.50 Hilts' Knife rjfc i
Monday &.ng 9J
The same line for Boys In every way
they equal tho Men's Shoes slzea aro
BV4 to 5 Ihe price A . j:
not .W. as it Kaa H R j
snouiu oe. out
cut by Hilts to
G. E, HILTS SHOE CO.,
Sixth Street and Franklin Ave.
ST S EjU
Tin: bkst yrioE in tiik would kok
Now u.kIv fir we.ir.
-hip.- a i.l - i - i'i
!..l:Imt Vi I K. .no
Kus-i.i i'iii X" Inii'i
at any pru .
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COOL WEATHER HELPS
THE FRATERNAL ORDERS.
Grand Lo(lj;t of iho ICniplits
I'xtJiias .Meets at Kansas
Citj This Woi'k.
Tha official circulars of the Knights of
Pythias notifying the representatives and
order at larga of tho approaching session of
the Grand Lodge .vill be Issued tho coming
week. Every arransemer.t possible lias
Ien made by the Committee of Arrange
ments at KanEas City for the caro of the
tielegatej. Through the Western Passenger
Association a rate of a faro and a thlid,
cmiiicuta plan, has been established
throughout the State of Missouri.
Notwithstanding the bad weather last
Wednesday evening a big crowd of mem
bers and Pythian enthusiasts was In at
tendance at I!d Cross Lodge, on which oc
casion the amplified rank of Knight was
conferred on four enquire. On Tuesday
evening the s-.-nato team of Ued Cross, upon
: Invitation of Acme Lodge, performtd the
j work in the Third on three candidates. The
members of tho lodge Intend visiting Future
Great In a body on Wednesday evening,
i September IC, on which occasion the Knight
rank will ha conferred. There is considera
ble material ahead in the way of applica-
i tioni?, and- the month of October promises to
be a busy one for tho lodge.
j AVabash, No. 24S, had a big assembly. More
than fifty of tha bojs were on hand to .' a
' page take the esquire rank, and, like many
more that preceded him, caused many of
the old-timers to smile.
' Benton Hall will bo stcond to nono In
' beauty and Is a drawing card. Lincoln
Lodge was well represented.
Saturday. October c, Wabash will so to
visit tho iC P. lodges at Bo.lo.ille, 111.. In a
body. Brother Van Da.o had chaise of the
Pytiiugoras Lodge, No. ITS. conferred the
rank of Knight upon one etjuire and re
C'lved ono application. Tho attendance 3
increasing owin to the cool wca.nvr.
Knights ot (Uo .Macenbn'.
A iIaii.jiA.to iC"t at Uio tL 1juis ilka..otitioa
had u.tu arttiibtu U ai. Xu.ti eini.
L-vn coascu. t a u.v uand
v. iu L uifetributed to lue w cieii at
i(.ams tno t-i. t.u. n ta&t altit. Ail sir
K-niui c the jaCkwCb win revolt en tuai
u.at at U. -iicieta.m,r L.t.v.v tt ii-i-J snn.i,
r.uiu a imo 01 taaitii vi. im Lrtuvl. ubai by
tno iiw.(.a.itw Marine Unizu ana Uuia C-jij wi
U AitLc-.a.i-;o Liiiluii-. 1-ii.A. t ui.y -. tic
iiijlfihu AO"e tlpw I'iii lU Lu. I ha Uui nl miicfl
w.ii bt irocl vac Aiaii.Ju.Ls' txnEiit Acxt tu
irj qv, n. iu Ui Vj Olie ai.a m ci oa (JIivu
Civwruli v.ul Utf voiiUQutM LUfCUCa tha ile l.
t .e i--itoiitiun. 'i no caA.irutL e en Ar. ailment;
c.Lti.-ia oi iir Kn.g..ta ileL.Kr, julics, i'axiier.
ii.aocoi. lieim and asuiiiiuer.
at IjUi usjtic paad au uf-al vUIt to i?uni
cut 'iciai, No. ui. ou t-nLy .cnine, txjptuanitr
I. XUo can4 uuai, iundo a eAxt tuartiag.
i rtj -iiire ji tr.c iaai il predt.ma.il. e be.ii,;
i,i.(-ent. al&i cuiiy i tutors rm Uid uiiltieat
ttrts. Ihe aaiJouii?ratin. wd nuae that lni
g.an No i of Ui uiiitoici ruiik niu in tne aiue
r -viu tz.itiig cauuIasiou. ills v.Xi ituc-rJ-td
Uiccl, .j tv,tDt-tix miitot ji.i.d iij-.niia at
th miie.iD line J up HiiiX i-rt-tatufti arms. Cat.cr
4Uttr caccr trtttcti tbcin, and not unui Cm
iw:2er l'uKbra cillou fur urdtr uaa quiet re
.!t,r.U. Ice tnteruuncrs th-n toote caait uf a
Iiirs. ti-o tr.nruu beinj: c;r Kiiihu tit.Jjstean,
1 .tiit.y en1 Loa. PrwieCr Utyttt rendtrrwi bviua
bt ituuuL ja the pdaLu jiOtirttoj w.era made by
tir KnurhL Alt.tt.er. Mairsou. triili- UruntnL'.
Muedyar. lleim, McCi-..i, Jt-rn-a, i'arke' an J
otr.uis. Tfte tlrum corpj rendered a few a-nv fo- ,
bct.m-a. after whitn all .re InviLuU to th !
bunquet-rooru, wio leiretohiccnu, lunch and
cigars ere eervea.
American T ut. No. 4S, hld a rouslr-c mtinc
at its lat review, toeottmber IS. the occaU 4. be
lie tea visit ol Ut. Lout? i-anip, witn Uftyt'
rtprificntative in attenCance. four app.icaUoni
.tie received, and tiirte can.ihiatr-s miuute!.
Afttr the rev iev,- c-c-ad. Sir Kn cht SwiDmera,
(Ja-lrroan of th Knttrtainm.nt o.umltUe uf th.
Ci.mp. tool- cJiartf c afftirt. aju a very plra?
tnt cntwtaiainrnt n., earned out. Tr principal
eiitertair.eia uero the drum orpa, blr Kmat
y.x U-i:r 111 piano solob. blr Knights Norman,
Xialey, l'W. Goid tela ai.d Walte. McCready tn
p:aco and drum ciuei. Acdrcas1. RrL made by
Great Ciiunaj-r Andrwn. J one. 1 arker. Iuia
J llm. Maddux and "l'apa" William. -fL.r
tLe n.fcrtammnt th'- sir Knight tc I.ited
to tho Lanquet hill, where a spread had b-n ar
raczud. Tha Supr-rao Tint. Knights of the Maabees
o' tha World, baa taken $i.t-M from Its ptrtral
fu: ? for the suSerers of the ill-fated city cf
At.".. T-nt. No. X35, will held Its iKUiar r
uw ici Ihursday t.nmgof th s week. reumlmr
e.rlie m-.tirp- The ,j c.fjtul iiU-nd,ino ..t
t: Lift reliw at i tli j m i.ropct fur this
Vk.U. inuu.atj tnt interest that 1 belnjr taken in
Aradlo' f.ii: und -ilntiT ca pain. AnitjiR th
bJtai-sa tran acted at thr ermine review ia the
.selection of a prta repre,3ent.iUe and a repre
sentative to bt Louis Canin V surccd a rocm
br about to leave U10 city permanently. T!i
n. rnbers attendirr the ccmlnc review wid he the
Icuidk-Sr Ha tSf1 UCat &t tJl haniiJ of
ttC7rllJ$vf'i?io' f oa6PtmAerl7ceJ!rated
fiatherlne of Laoles of th Maccabeea bin
rrrsent, bM'de. Deey Tent, vhlch attended !a
a. body. Kt-rrechznents. Coca.fttn g of i.-e cteaa
un?t"kT- .er5 Zr A r"-":t" '"" " mr.t
popular lady of the hive wan announced and tha !
voting was very exciting iuid tnt.re tine t
...v -"--. 1,v- w- " i-eui r.-vie-sr on
commander of th. tent, al-io tilr Kniehts lahv
fctelnhrenner and others, after ntilch a "K3Ea
roo Court" tvas bela.
Ar.dereon Tent. No. lie. belJ a very lr.trestinc
review en Beptember is, fully w rer cent ot tlm
membara being pieeent One cand date waa in
ltiAted and two upphcatlns receu.-d Arleron
Tent la proud of Its officers, e.ery one having
his part committed to memory, and the lultatory
v.ork Is made or impressive aji-i iTitert.stliiK t-
lli candidates. Amone tr.e .isllors present
v.ere t-lreat I'omruanJ.r An.i.'T:i. n Kii;tiit
Atre wreat omnianjr ArM."o:.. Sit KiPiit i
i'i :-auf,ljiin f'oni 1'aiaon?, K.as., .Senior l'ast '
Commander lenueso of lvanh Tnt and .p i
Knigt.t Iitfarena of Tewe T-nt. all f vi';.,m
iJate was Initialed and three a,,p.lr.ili..ns re- !.i,rcka Ijodsc October 1; lldelity Unite OriL'
celyed. Casino Tent U tacieajlns In roemterhiii. btr 3. Lincoln LoJee. Oetoler i; (imaaiTei Oeibi.
an.) m the. weather Is eetticg cooler peialetent Ia2Kw. October 6. Monogram l.IKe Oitobr i"
effort Rill b mai by all members to bring , ltuyal Ixlge. Octubr 11; Martha 'ashm't..n
in new recruits. itemarKs were civile hv th . l.lrp. t)et.,lier t.t fi.imt.iii...
ma-a" remarKs, at n:a aiso rtir jvmgiita nm- t "c " .ie ae.nn oj &anna Harridan of
mander He.in. frtamm. G oxheim, Hr. laid and -" Council, over tvI.ob th iv ..rh tam c n
c there. Cigar? uore pas-te! around. Th Italt troversy by bene He iar.es, was settled In full lj.t
Cotnmittee ergag-d the Military Hall. l"-velfth (Monday. afc
and North Market Ftrets. where the oconil re- - advance warrant was turned eve- last
cpIot and bt.ll will le given by the Arderson i Monday to the bei.enciariea of the late William
isxial Circle on Thankcglving, November U. i urr of Homer Council.
At -Its review on Tuesday evening September ' Monte fi-re Council will mrt on the lirst and
IS, Emmtt Tent, No. X.S, receied tv-i aprll- I third lueatiijs at Ligntst. ne'e Hall. Eleventh
cations und inittatfU four candidate?, ihe .-Ir j street and FranL m av.nui. '
Hnistiti v Krumett Tent have started tie full aprtme Coun. jlar ilorm has Indued a call upon
campaign in real -afnts,t iv airarigmg an enttr-
tt.n.ert a. d hen In l'hoer.ix Had. Jtiff-rsin and
4 ass avenue, which w I! b-j g:..n on rteptcmber
t, Tlie c m-nitTe has all arrinPin-ma ciru
plted and too visitors are expeud.
On Thursday evenijg, t-ptember 15, Mound
City Tent held It tlrst n.'guUr review li Hall
No Z, 'tatertIal building, at which time four
applications were received. Thl tent ha re
r ptly been Instituted and consists wh Uy of
Hebrew buslnefa men, each o whoci has
pledged himself to put his should-r to the wheel
and assist In Increatdng th mmbrshlp of the
tent. Tlie newly ele-t-d Officers -f this tent art:
Past commander. Kir Knlpbt Sternberg; com
mander. Sir KnUhi I Cilm; lieut nnt eorr
man.ter Sir Knight Goldman: record keeper, i-lr
Ivniglit Hersiifeld, linane keeper, idr .nlght
lipsteln; ergaut, lf Knight Sohlmracr.
I nlon Tent bad a largo attendance at It la"t
rvlew. Many xis.iTa were rfsent, t.i.tably
last Commander O D. Gray fr..m Harris n.
Arte. ho entertained the t.r Knights inth a
twenty-rolr.Kte talk on the subject of a n.w fra
ternal slsn he discovered In Arkansas, which U
vry amusing Sir Knights Parker aid Hlandy
entertained tle Sit Knights with a dut. Fir
Knight Grcensteln wlih a cake-wa.k, anl fir
Knights C Iluher and Blakely gave a ecrm;c
Sox Calf, 3 Soies, Lace
a 'rP' b7 E2
All the l.itft f.ill
I'd. it and Enamel
l:,i C.ilf ;nid T.ni
wi.i.tns -'lie nude
A A. V V
'rv v w-
K-ti n rntit-'. I 'Stvpn NirHs in a iliri-Ktii'
. . iMiuht I nrwis fttvf h lu(h aiul Ju i. i
f -iidm-f. pr Kiii v I Mi.Jjiix i. -i ti fti i
tai"num with an exhibition '' huzU ten h.'u
1. Mf-it -f St IrfiMa I tni ... l',;..!. T"I.t.
wi'Ji u -.;. mitt I. r n-j i. .. . i.i. ...-.
l -ir"n-J .n -U4..ui.t f t! - M . ..( Nii; lit at
Hi- i:xpiwtl.it. hih . ui. on fiat ..Hi'
In.iT.al TViit Ji-tl a ivtu.n.; nuenni; tn la-t
Tiim.-d mcht. Ihe Marine lnim "-n isll t
th- tnt in a hod-., and the ni'nilrr turnl "t
in lare numWrs. Orvut Commander U. H An
dr.n was irest-m and eddrF d to' t-nt
the pubjei't of t.ic Maccalee relief work. S r
Iviilt.t u Imn.t ndorler, Imrerirs tn r pn
h' r. hiRhly t-nttTi ilncd th ni'ni)'rv. a!lj i -tDt
ultli e-'iuf (.if hH tucai tcic.tt.-n Sr
Knight Kmnjendorfer nill stn at t Kxpi.i
tiun on llarcabee nlplu. Thurda, i fctfinbvr J7
romman-ier J II. IU jead a l ai-r nt.!-I
" The Omni Man." which a II r'cfini ari I
htKnlr appLiudtd. after hkh .'-"ir K'itt:lu J .
Tierncy of th drum corps snn one oi hia fa
vcrue sons. Talks wr:a made ly II. Miead.
captain f the uniiorm rank, and by hid e.n,
Walter McCreadv captain --f tlw Mai1n Dr.m
CVrr. Sir Kntshtj KinKT and Vuidfaorit told
! i a the e-i uiMtD wia ach a ?uces? ir
Kr.isl t Calhoun who hid nt 1 en pre- m:
fwr sume tim . r.ve a phcrt talk and pro:utM.-d
p n vthini? K'"i for a future rutow.
EnterprlM Tt nt. No 111. held Its regular r-
Jew at M tn r. h Ft reet and 4 .1 1 n ! :ro.id we .
t. last Tuesday eveninrc. with S11 per cent of
its members jrspRt. Thw t allowing i-:tora wer?
rFrent: Fir KnUht Maddux f St. Tiis Tent:
,fr Kniaht i;. rtram cf Iihe-ty Ttnt. tT
Kalffht l:rklard( and tlie Itchmr.nl lri:htn
f Hall T'nt ar.d a sir kmant frni fftrhsl.
Ma n:ie candidate w Initiated and four ap
phc&tluns sxci ived and acted un-rn.
tniliM it tin- 1!nrr:ilMt'.
Tl.r box troH-v rit t b.- given this after
noon is not undT tl-e auspi -es ,f Ubettv Hive.
as prevluly &drtiMJ. hux hv the liberty
i;o.hre 1uK Tie enrs will b tn waltiRj; at tio
id nrroiv-irauire drr't. Mo. pan str et Jut
wttt of Vandrntr uirnuo, from 3 till 3:10 p
m. Karh wn-n Is esijcted to take a box of
li nch sufficient f . r tno
Orra Hive. Nr. 10. U o. T. M h U It rcs-i-lir
reiew Wrdnesiay e.nfni: lr.st with a
larc- attenlam-e en 1 a ntimb- r -f vMtorv. lo
CLdinp the State otm-manJer Th-t. n mem
bers ucre initlattd and 1c- civatp and cak naa
..Pt- Iuis Council at its 1ji m ting reeelrod
nr.e aip.lctl .n-. Aichun Krn-t. in.fe: pr. it. as
tLat his coun-li will lully h"ij lt n lhl y,ar.
ivani.o; ouii-il at Us in. . tins !at Mo .lay
recti. ed one iiMju-atl -n. Arurxem me were
nude to attend the lueetlng o. u.-et End C.um.11
., w,Jv OD ,he fodv.nlns ev.t.lns.
et K:d Cu.ccil at it;, m-vitna "n s.ptem
ccr Is tntertainwi the member of l.anhtH- .' un
ci, with a stag carhre. Visitor ire al l r.a
ent from n.ny e.ery coun.-tl in Hi ui. Af-.tr
way Hat over all iie-nt a.i.uir.e.l t .in. n-l.v
taitr nl,.re ref : ehinccu. and c-!jrs wire eeivel
The . onimltt- ute ut the ra.T ot tho
Ad.-Ssorj- rout). 11 m.t Ut -Reek ana tr.w.t d
a U:ge am unt 01 busmen. Arrnwserm i:te .v.r..
niade to i-eri.i circulai - o the em.re i-ae-nber.-h i.
In th.a j-t.tu eno(,Ur-.str.j the m.m'.ei to h--iu
In the tood vrrk of K-ttmi tn n. memr.,.
Iru.s f.ir indiviuual nork tor the iia.i.e cf the
ear nil; l- onTer.Tj.
Kiiiuht.. iimi .:,,,., ( nr.
r??"i '',''y'.Uni annllri,ary of tae Kuifilits
ar.j ia.les of liunor is bud at Lmr. s Pari;
S:U, St-",Ura Ma I'rulJ J- aCc.. L. tj
uuaaciaily and in utt nuance. MemlKia who
p:eser.t v.ith their tanuina fnan ccaii e.e.y
l.J-e in ttar city, aa.il tioiwra came fr m Ljm
?'r . t"1'"' t.j jo.n wmi tniH nie.n
rerscip in li.mor of tne laj. A.idiets ..ere de-
liver. hv l t It., .s- . i .. .. .
i "J. .. .: i, " jiayor Aifcenr.em
w'",vo on ine J.unjti.ts r iruUtaity u.id t-
s..w.i....t. iuui it mu ovaiiunp. ir. liO'an
ub M.urtcd fitm tn. u Nun las Hotel by tc-Lxecutbc-
of t..e ordr tnl -litr makins hi,
thou MHlrrbs w.nt to the Cc:U-uiii. t.mrt ha
xnada hid speech before te Tiu e.tr .Wfiacli
tloa. Tim rei?rrs-ntatives from the different lod-ts
are to tr.crt. rtibjixt to call, on Kj,icmUr Jt to
reader unal . aut.n of the uoik in tne.i
nana cd hear the report o; tnis; having th
annive?-4ary m ch,iie UUi? i.oti- .if this meet
ing will Us iLU by wccUy circular, as Mel, a
So far. tlie executnea In this tate have ut
ryort from Tciaa as to the cvnuiu, n of the
meniwers, other tn.n that tct- erand jautettor vl
tht K;ate lias issued a. rati tu-ro for uh
fecnptiuuh to ktet, uietr mtmiHrisrap vC torne Jjo
in .'ou standing for sonit? six months to come.
No dvtths ax repcuttd. but thie tneai'uen b.vj
mil t tod mas of about evcryming they had und
i4i ntd s mtt ai-Utance.
lr.i.-r, llfc.e. No 1VS1. inttlat d om ca: dl
laie u... ita Ui-t ute- 11.4; ana em.ru oit- ai'li
cation for ri.eu.oei ur. It ta- a eaL'-tc ai-i 11 -j
on Land fur October 17 at teropiC tl L.aioa
Victoria Ldee. No Zte. Initiated thre caadi
datea and ha Meial anflicationt i'-r the m-ur
future for Initiauo.
titrmuna Lik, No. 21J, rcccUed two arpU
cai.uas at its Iui-t meeting.
Tlie new directory hB ln IsFtied to the tcre-
- - ttJ toaps, anu memiwra can ouun.
' wp;? ? ai'Plitauoa at tho oKkw of the grand
trt- ret arc
llie &upi:me Ctraiaittee on finance, conJstinj;
of l;rthcrs II. H. ltatt, J. . Wartnian and .
S. 2lctAiilsvi:( rati at Indianapolis on r-pt-mb-fr
J This is thu moit important of all co.-uiniit- s
The Supreme 1'rop iKaiing committee- ultl mwt
at IndianootiB to-uiorrn to coiiiM.ler fh- retMir
' of Ch:cf err; a. lier Umth'ir ri-anan Wright wi
the v.trk d-Jii- in the last four months to far,
tho increase tn membership is far In advarxu of
any bt:m..r ptnoJ, and th oatlook fur t: fu
ture i? hrmht.
The tlrand Itpe of Uiinoia I.oid- Ut s--lai
ctxt nioittn. Scvttral n.ei: b. rs n m Mi--Huri
iiil at-ud Uie gt ioa. ntu h w-li b h da -t
I. titrmatlon ha-i tt.n ieid at the i.iaiid
Jvx'go oft oe tliat the r.ierubtrs in ieis ai.
.. tn.iis nobly to the reliaf of tbeir fellow -utier-eis
wno are conn-Tied uth tho onlcr ai.d hae
o far made provision for the payment cf ccminj?
j-t-wniintt on their certiiicMtes Thr U no
likelihood of; an distra call tms issued for
thtir relief. Epnt Icdc a have the.r htwJUu
ttra in the run.ed district, a .d i-rotiably j'i iem
licrs c.ll rmne a.lorait e iir a ;cw r.t-ul)i
hatner nuy bo reo,ulr-d :il 1 pr mntiv
forthcoming. ither fr..tn the sj'oid.nit.' ludge
or tliouph the :- ipmie Iode.
I'ro!-cii'n Lft'tJK' No. 1. i-j or..- n,i- li .1! n
f r ii.embertthip. iiila i c: e ..1 tv ui-.e d
in the tiiilT nd has oii working niatcn il la
it - membership.
CLerokco Loie, No. tZr2. filed two appl.cations
for membership at it last meeting-. This Iod;e.
onthe matrhlp U ot the ciu that coawtj
Oolumtl Lodae. No. Hie. had one amplication.
and the members pul tocether with that earned
ias.i th-t will ;:iie avldenoe by iU iiSlrSa.
Birfncth at t.,e next eeraion.
lAot.alor Xi-a. No 13. iad one arnMcation
and two propoaitio a that cama in too late for th
i .uemw in on 01 mo oeaL cisincu in tx.o cliy
ie K'aiia rroipctcr ana star: announce ih
laraii Lodce. Octotier 17: Kt An- ai ....f
ber 13: Pride of tha West Lodge OettCer "
Flora IxvJse. October J3. Ind.- of St LauTa
Lodse. October 2S; 1'hil.ppine Lodre, ottuber J
Uutual Lodie. October 21. fc ' u,-l0Dr -
Order of Clitivcn 1'rlcntl.
The txe. nine committee Wil! meet at Indian.
ap .lis in tne early iit of O ,.,b r. Suoreine
-"1-- --e-aji-u. r -teoer w.u aittnd. I
., Liberty C Ui.nl m next iiiiay nUht at it hall '
ruurJi and Walnut siiwls. will h-ve a -! '
liTetb.ve eudire party. u j
k..in i.i. Ttu it. r..i.-..- t .1 ..... f
-oncm auu ui.inoer re-iueMUig vhem to --on
turutL to the r.luf of the r-..,-.. ...i.
Calv.stGn. and diitct all tub-, r:pti us to be ent
to Mpreme Trustee David aanu ik ut n An
tonio. Tex., who will !tok sttir - .iiQiv.i.......
J A letter received by Supic-mc Attistant Coanciior
. :L . ' " ' ", "' uaivestoa,
bhowd tn&t the need is very urgent. K-ieni
Laps luckily etcaped with only an arm broken.
Tho euchre party ot 1'ioncer Council last Hon
da found Its, ball packed nlth visitors. Tho
ladiea' pil2es were ncn by Mrs. K. ilelster lire
Kate Gray, lire. K. ITice. Jlrs. Julm Kemuf'
Miss Neili.- Mulilsan. -Mis. llrorkn-.an. Mrs. il"
lotter. Mrs. A. tir.j. Ml!i A. Ktlmger iii.s j
IirockmanD. Jlua Aniena Melst-r lirs. bchniill"
Ml' AlMl a Tll..mae, Mrs. SuvKy, Mrs Kat!8
Mtlster. Th- Kentte.i.ens prizes went to Cmll J.
Thomas, I"rank Vciton. IYank Sol-olbe. Jorer.ll
Thnmaf, J. .-krhtnidt. J. Kaltenruder. CdwarJ
llulTy. Ad. Krnnrtid. J. Gumi-sneimer. Cieotge
Metster. Frank It, ber, Juhn Mu.I.R.in, H Sieier
Mr. Watkins. The winners ef the b. obv were
Mr?. MeJUrmarai and V J. Meist. r. Sunirmir
and dancing c.ncludetl the piograirime TU13
council will give a freilal bop at Mfhlvllle No
vember 3, tlie visiter, to te taken out In bay
fupenising Medical Bamincr StcTcl is prepar-
Shoe, Welt, fcr
--P s me& mm
WiM $$& m 8R ra
afcw wsi rs?s yj1 3 s
M II I I w""
I FOR LADIE
T "ifilJ'Tr iJ.WJIa.I'li.,tX"j II
-r-rrrr. Rt tU
.J.". T'jI .-Wi
c a le -u.e nn tho "Ta
3. J h h-.m at 1:1s late l--
t to 01 ,
' it- wlt
lii'Iitit Orilcr I'liilnl WorUmen.
II. . i.l Iji.lie Ali'.i.nt n.l. 1 I fii:..l W.xk
r.. t. it' .) :-.t Tl.lll.lt '..n.l.K. hil 1 vm II
.tt'er.l' I ." I -lit. tettn.i: m lt..; a' 1 . l.'-'i
tv. . tii'ili-.iti"it for lueml.. :-hii. The Il-ik. r. -c.i..d
an In. Italian to atlind the ..t.Ur.f; alua
v rsary celebration of Brt.titi-r na Mi. 1.
li.'M-u. and as many mender- will ati. :id a
al ..Itame.' Imvlz had a ..e'l-filtend. d m.-tlxic
on last lurstla.- niuht. at Iik-u l." - iruli
.Utts were inltlat. (1 iho nniil.r nio-.tfilv .iraw
iia: lo.it iIac. In uh-ch Hr.fer H.nr J. l'i-eh-.1
the (..D.liaii of Meehanl.- I. k!.-. ftjv the
wlnr.r '1 he loitM tvaa b..nor.-d b a .i-n f om
r, -t Al-i.t.r Workman White of W-.-t (lata
Jn. rson lxt.!q had a .ery w ll-.t'tend.l
ii.i; on Thu.d.iv e. .trans. .11 which la
datfs v.'-re inltlattd. nn o.'tt.b. r 1 this i.-J,
will have its lirst social meetiliE. -is le the eu.
ti m of the todce duriRK the fall and winter
a. nth?. A comniitteo was appointed to arrant
for an entertainment to l:e given at North St.
Lil. lu-ner Hall on Novembe is.
l-'nton 1-eine on Ust Tharnl ty erenlnc di.-
ftsM of the mock trial wherein Krother I'hiHn.
S.-I., :.i v. d(..ue,M htV lfr.ilh-'r v. L. ialfili.n.
.f britnry. Itrothers Md-r.-s an 1 . h.-ncke- I
mere-, the atttr-ey la the eaee k pt tho
brethren iu a e. i-tlnu.ius r.w.r of Unsh-.r Tbls
l.-dw laid a fraternal .-l-it t Hr.ah -r J J. 1
fb nnlni.-. r of the 'la. ton .rs. who resides at 1
Hazel Hill, rear Olajtjn. M. Iy;ul!.Cou.it..
1 J oh; re of IImir,
Tie rrular meeting of Ilin.x I-n're will So
held on next Tue&dar vn:ng. at wiiiiii mvci-1
candt :at" will b mltiatt-d
s! i;r.d ixxte col4iated it? first anniversary
Kituiaa venir. iv-Hember 13- As th meet
ire wj" in e natur- of a ptneral reunki of
its rcnt-rs, it attracted a lar;: attendaiKc. A.
fii.t !it rarv proj;ramtne uw r- nderel. refr-h-n
- an wirt swr:-l and n sxjoiai good tln:e tl
h . i. Sifters h,ili s v.. tTiui.ibe iam and lvba
I mm of IIde Park Lodg ard .-tra Vt!-n.
MorriHm. rlynn and Sweet and Hr-nh r J. A. !.
W.kon of Acorn Ige wre an. out; the vU.tir.
A'--m Iod" will meet tu-morrow teninc.
vilcn it i'i existed that mny familiar fares
Uil! asriln apiear. e. Ciuvt yf Honor Mullie
l . ni ha r mmd from the Northern lakfd
at.t 1'as.t th(f of Honor Car II. Mumdl frnn
Colorado. Tt.e yrar.d n-corltr. Mt3. Kose C llulw
11 M-n. of Kans.is ( ity w.ll :.m- n tlw 'ity
Vf.niia.. Ktctor J. anJ n that n.Kht will i.t
rarircr" I.o!ce: on October 4 the utll meet with
N.ti-th Hn.l llp in Jiadvn. tXtKMr ith
15d Iiik I-'jdjr: OetnJier . wih V t KnI
Inlir. fjtorrr R with A corn I-odce. o, t,ir ..
Uli Flun.i Iynit;e. October I" with S uth !!r.d
Ia"ge. and (- n tinul all I dRi" have bn vw
it I. tef '!- it'fti'ivnc ' l''' holn-. H r hcad-iiftrtn-
nhlie W -e w li l with Ti.m tJrard
i hW rf If tin r ilrr.na. N M"-ir.p r. No. 2vU
M. : chwiiTaicnu-.
Ordi'r f Coltitnliluii Knlulil.
Kxpress Indite. No. 7S. met at .ndr Hall on
Thursday nifiot, epttmbcr 13, with a cr sool
Htum.anc one candidate was initiated, l'tans
wire made to U.e a rc.ept.on on New Year' a
e. The knights then d.natcd J5 from their sen
Ma! fund toward he relitf cf the Ualvw.fn buf
freis. Much uthttr buanet-s was Ua-acted, and
the meetir.jr was altos-nl.er enthu(as.tic. An n
3o.abIe piujrranin e -uaa troduei. cociJtiiit; of a
it-citation by lin-ther Jlaicy, Bc-nfij by ItruUicr
I'eadrick and Hausknvcht and a frpcech by
I aether Ontu.
'hetenham Ijn&xa, No I. met als en Thur
dav msht.at Gd r-MlowV Hall. Cheltenham,
vx.U) l'.a tit-ual .nc attuadance and lively pro
ceedings. One appllcatli a was read, th regular
IuImsj att.nded to. and then Orator Davis fur
r'rf el a h-.j i roKra.nimc
lOd ijdce. No Sf. met Tiled;i' nlrht Pen-
tember IS. t Ve:ee.'rt HaJI. Theie vas a Ur-
attendance, for th- .mernbtr Iivt iu at a di--taict
I ir.c now able to ride on tho transit com- '
I-rv cars are cUd to be present at their rtgulir
n.e-.tinr. ine uau to te eivcii bv ik-nd l--d
in NAtnhr Is tn pubjett of moat lntereat at
prejaiit- Tii. orator pi rented an xcdlent pro
gramme, while all f moye-d some nee ci?ar.
Metincfl fur (he cot. li g eii ar: Monday, St.
Iu.. Tu-f-day. ond wclturtJav. North Krid:
VI ursday. Expifs and Cheiteoham.
Trllte at JSimi Hiir.
Mound City Court t ltd last mtetiaif, flonday
r.'g-nt. ir.lt latc-d twent-four rnernLeri and re-i-eived
j-ipht ftppdcationi. A laig: crowd va3
jiteent. Vi-lum from St. I uis iL,iiit and Cit.
cei.t City Court ut Evir.sv.lle, Ind., we:, pr-3-ci'.
ltiothcr and .ster Iliott of l.vansvill;.
li a., made -h'.rt talk. Mound City Court has
Uen In exb: nee only thtee months and is now
ui i. e rtil v.. honor.
I..un vu.t at Its lat metine tftiti.tted two
ca. u.datw-j and te.civcd rrti.ead applUat'on.
Itelit-jimienis were bcived by tne Uuiea cf tte
ruart afUr U.e cio-e cf the bufr.nes F-bloa. St.
Luit t oart at Its latt inctln ndtlato-J tcurteea
candidate and rec,tvei ten ari.cticns. Tri.s
Court 13 rapidly i.cunr.g tt.t ten ury mark and
iiil be oa the rcll of hjnor In Ot.t.ber.
liUidi-- ourt of 1-attadie. Mj.( inlt.ated
tl.irty member? at lu lai ujyttms. Tho Court
l-crec was conftrred by ilrother Joseph Perano
cf Mnund City Cuirt.
A ne.v court Rill Co Instituted la Cnrcmlele-t th3
last week in Sepurcbfr vuh furty cUorter mem
he.. Doctor Ut-U-r li 8 tne bUpervhMon of the
vox It in that part of the city.
Homr Frate'riiul-llciirflolnry Society.
Ocdden Itod Home held a very Interesting meot
ltiie Ia&t 1'riday night, hlty rcombtia betri pnJ
tnt. Five wtro It.Itiateu and -eeruI appiicntion.4
wt-ie r.v ivtd. T.i.3 homt- will li.u mcwtlns
AicL.'f Home. No 32, had its usual m.etin?
Tretda. ciupi-c n.o I'Btrin il. Martin WUhama
v -a lite-v v.u
l . loitd -let Hon ', N-. -I. U ciitectiit t forgo
Jto tho front In the near future, as new dL-putiua
wAi b put to work in that locality.
St. luls Home, No. 83. the youngeat homo in
the cit). is rrcgicts.ng noly and tipectn to
rrakoa good ahuvving at the Ux position October
Mar Hume, Nc. 34. Biamarck. Mo., met last
Fritjnisii.y Ilotr-!. N'. JJ, of Elvim. Mo., or
ganized bcpteiuber 7. and ex't to rtmw th
I'tctinra an 1 t-isieis of . lui th ji 't will
j.-n be eual to any hi the cltv In meiiibi r.-h p.
Itoul A r.:iiiiiiii.
Grand Regent 1. J. Mir and tha grand of
fice! will vUtt liickur' Ci-un-11 oa Tuuklay
e.enlnir. ai.cumpaiii4d by Lavlede Council. On
Wednesday evening CVy will lsit Noith Knd
Council, and Will l.e acomianied by Suutli Knd
fajpreme Secretary VT. O. Hobson reporta a net
membership gain In August ot ., making a total
increase of S,y73 fctnee Januarj i. The activity
that ptvatla In the council. Unue tho paibluz
of aummer tcdicatna Ult Ui will be a very
considerable add.tlon to tills gain daring tho
remaining moctfca of the year.
The eineigen fund l toadily growing. Tli-i
sum of J..V.I interest was added In August, and
Supreme It. ge.t VV. Holt Arsar liaa ini'jrni.-l
lirnnd Itcgenl -Jelser that J,'vJ ai.dltl.ual h-n
Ju?l been placed In It. bringing tho total up to
Joachim unci! was Institutel at De Soto
Ser.Umber i by Grand Ketnt L. J. Mciser, as
alEted by l'a.t Orand 11. gent li. H. Donner.
Sute Medical Eiammi-r Uoi-tor IU C Blackmer
and Grand fcecreUry Chailea it. fox. The char
ter list .mbraced fjrty-four of tho Kadlng citi
zens of tha place, thirty-three being rrettnt at
the institution, the remainder atlll undergoing
supervision by the medhal ezaralntr. Officers
wer sleeted and Installed as to.lowa: llesent.
Charles 11. Conklin; vice regent. Kas-on C. Holt:
orator. Harvey L,. M.Karland; past legent, L,m.l
11 KouflUt; eecret.ry. John t . Mitchnii; col
let tnr. t'amucl Nlccolla; treasurer, Mvif.ni h.
Cnxwell; chaplain. Jam.s I- Carl-y: ijuid.- .
I.am IU Kendall, wai.ien. tliajla M. itJ!i"io,
sentry. Uiibani M. Truman, tiu-t. vs. l.li I.
Kt.,ne. Adam lumm-rt and I..i..or Albei. IJ.
Hamel. The Institution ceremonies ran erv
wniKjthly. and w.re con-lu led at an urusual y
early Lour, giving time fur a in. ker and soe.al,
at which there were addrerses by Me-srs Mci-r,
Bonner and Cox. and recitations by Doctor Mack
nier. closing with refreshments.
The council being orgar.lz-a at Jefferson City
Is apprciehlni; completion, a r-amber of appli
cations ha.lr.8 b.au fav.rah y pas-el niwn la
week. Ita early institution is confidently linked
U litntor Covncll had an enthusiastic rneetine
and the largest attendance f .r l.ionlna. the r.
?iit of pSlf.na'1 work by the ofnc, jj -nd mem
l.rs The visltern were tiran.10lllv.trte l. a.
Mrir, V. II Bacon and li !t Ih.nn.r. a larv-e
lecjtlon from Oelmsr C.uncil and members of
Chevalier Hkkory and Compton Hill Council..
Two applications were received and arrange
ments perfected for a match game of baseball
with Hickory Council's loam. Addreue.a were
m"de bythTgrafd officers. Charles 11 Ii.1nj.a7
of Chevalier. J. 11. Uracken and I. IO. Jones
of Delmar. which were responded to by w. Lv
spicer, W. II. Musick and V. I. Clucas cf
Mentor. Instrumental and toeal music was fur
rishtd ? I'hatlts IL Krey. 1TMW Uarbep and
"rriSiwncwnca had an Interestipg meeting
A challenf was received from laiclede Council
for a cuchra pontes.:, which was promptly ac
cepted, and a large delegation, headed by Ttegi.nt
at Gittvs. -i6tted Laclede, where arratige
nients were romrlrted for the event. Octobr I, at
I.arlede's hall. It pr.ml-es tn Le lively, as both
councils boast of possw'cs crack players, bach
cct-ncll expects to furnish trom twenty to thirty
c intestants. and valuable piizes will bo pro
Missouri Council recfivc-1 two applications, and
then with a number of Invited guests, entered
a musical programmo un.ier tho direction of Ora
tor P J Givnan. A series of entertainments ha.
btn iirransed for the remaining meetings of the
L-ac'edo Council had another rousing meeting.
A delecation wn. p'-.-nt from Carr Ino Coun
cil. Itegent U B. Gettrs announced the ercept
ence by Carr Lane of the challenge of Laclude
ti 3. euchre ccnteat CMAcr 1. Xia atatlnf W34
ES3 reS&. E3 i
S AMD GEBlTLEftIEL
Ideal and Heyls Patent
Leather, French and Vici
in all the new fads and
I leading styles. The largest
j., selection in the city at pop-
& A ii - A i
utcrtanied ,th u al an.l irmirunientil tnu"le
.'r Hlui It. I, Mi-Kee.
u'u I h.. ti, nsu.i. 1 irg.- .ilnn.'a1
?f. i tut-t. Mil:;; THIa -.ji ai'h -iti. n
r en.-d in.l tu.. ,-.n bd.it. .nitl.it. .1 i -i . .1 - r
I. II m. m .-.-in lmih v...,;. n. .., t. t.ii ..
H7..I Kr-.1 .ut.- .j. tl .i. It... T.. It.- nl
li .nU o r.imioii entit.nne.1 tlie meetm-t w th a
li.lure intltled "Tliat H .1 Vur."
The Memtersliii. league --f '"mil't'n Hill I'-ti'i-ell
hlus fair to le a most .ff.U.e atela I'i m
cieat'ing U.e menitraiii and already Its i:ii'-:
enee Is iuit- per..pt.Uie. Klf. aiembc-rs "i.i.e
ltrnl the roll, uhi fc 't aar' d.iHe.1. 1.. 1 -
0.-tJ.er If, alter which no memt e s w.ll I.- i
cei.ed. A l.tiinanit ori'atllza em wat . :.. '!
b? .leettn; Flank W. I ilnn r. r :-i.i. nl ; li...-.! I
William Youni,' .!. rree-delit. J....F,u O. r"i . '
in, secretar.. ; A. 11. tlo d, tte.yiire .
.rest rail. ..un.-:l t.w.k a:.ir -t.Ut aetion
I regard to fie deitl: of two of Its mi mbr-- Jol.n
! "- eslwnic and hTit Smith jriU -hen l.st. e i
to an ad.iree hy !ortor l: '" ll'.icltn-. r ..n
"KoIutlon iif Utt and uffnnicn1.
North End C.unll arranged fT tb rwfi:a
of Ibe srand tifii.-i?. nt VV. ira-wluy w. r.i:i.
after whleji it rnnetl an exeelKnt Tvtfitiiuie .f
rntert ilmnnt pruidd by the ratr.
Klrkwtitl un tl has bu klci .. ita arni'tr
a tain and Is artaiictT.e fur an 'pn ent -t.t.n-
!J i nnt Oct.lrer ,'., . th begU'tint; of a' a,-
creihiti tmii niniKn.
Ka-' l-Mo-Ila tVui.etl Is arrapemR for a b:w I
Uni at tta teat t. b' r mofMifg. in wh'eh ., .
1tv 'iu.mU wih te 'nvit'-d t parti. :pHt. !
ThouKli not flnallv arran"t r. atun a t tvi I
pnran.nat uilt b- t'ie iMiiati- n ( a lart..;
claaa of candldat s. an in mrt ny tv th ai- t
r)refa by ISrar-i Kef-ent J J. H-Ifr. Suprrme
Orator A. H Itobins.'n and other inter sti-iy
nutnber and a Imnqut-t. j
"ote trir.iaite Council received two app.- a- I
ttf ((. The tieTiv-e." t(i orator :ir..i cn.: .am
I ert Initalld by Tentity Grand Recent II ao
stecker. ho a:o maae a ama le iam ( -marka
were made by V. A. It. Sehl of F'l.x
Cjuncll. J. K. Ii -v a.id Orator H -T oli:.en
contribute) in5trumntal and wal rrusle
Ozaik Council bean itn full woik with an
enthuemt! meettK Thit an !' ui..n wm"
reeei--d. Arrar ?,imenti -:e c. mpLvted t tie
oi t iiftanry f the nw hll iij St liu:s avenue.
nhlth Is bene !L'antIy furnnd. it will be
kn-wn a IIo.il Arcanum I'-t I. and w.ll be un '.T
the eeluslvo cjr-trol of oxark Council It wm
to ehiir th inM?:ine nit.'i3
kc..iu ana r..urtn .iortaH. in us melius
In the new quarters will le hell t .t.er ?. when
twel.e or tltteen eandi.iaiesi win oe iniu.ii.-u. -!
liroaTamnie ''f ent-rtainmnt mil aleo be pre-
rnrert, oJoelnc tilth a lunch. DeJIeatnry servuts
' nrolAblr villi Ik- held lat.r. r.ranl Viee IteR- nt
i V II l":.icnn n.is a visitor, anl made a rmi'lr.i;
n.Mr. st. which was ro'l.we.1 bv E. A. Rarh ur.
.Like Marx 1' i.l Kll.iil.uis ard nthe-s. lare
' d I. (ration fr m I!in-)r IVwil in. i,rftit
' I'.ainoll meetlr.ee th!r .v.s?K' on4a -1 'eltmr.
I'altiinm, Hirina Ui.er. K.-i'i-M.-lU T,il v-'"
1 H.ekorv, Klk V.vw. F1..1es,nt Valle. heJilU.
. Weliies'ia. So-th IJnd Thu sda Valley. Kirfc
' .gl ii.,l Or.hird llll. Gale City. IrM.iy-
lienton and VI. toria.
I.c&:lo T Honor.
Lafayctto Cour.cli held a lare and cnthususitc
inetrtiiig on la-'- Monday evening. TUr can.Ii-Ct-tea
were initiated, two appUcanta elected to
Otmbershlo and s-veral apf-U atvais re-.eived.
Now that the .o--hr weaunr h j
Cbimcite of the I.egUn are piepaiiue for acUo
vVrL and cspt-ct an Increase of m members be
lt re the clofft- of theyt-irW. rt-A
jamci McCau--lJLd. the old standby, of Gro
Council. v jo lai nlled ail t..e otftcea from
cl-anctilor to Fuutlntl. wa- ehtttd trcuburer at
the last meeting, to till a vacancy.
riceteior Council met In resular session last
Tuiay evening. Or.e apiIt...uo.. for mrmber
tLiD was recivel and two car.didatea were elect
ed! There will bo several initiations at tho next
FranKlln Council. No. 5. had a wry food at
tfi.dance at ita la&t retrjlar m-tirg. One can
didate, George M. Garvin, was lnltiatd.
Hyde Park Council rt ports tour applications at
it Ut meetinc and promises to Initiate a largo
nun. btr of candidates at tt next meeting. Th.
o-uncll bhows a substantial increase thus far this
VVunclla me.tlnc thU wetk are: Monday Bt.
1 uts. comptoa Hill and teitaette Tuesday.
All ha imnc and Franklin: We-dnewa. Ira,
jursda-. Unity; Friday. Carcnd let, Hyde I anc,
Stella, I anhoi and liuena lta.
nteordar William Lings of Kirkwo.d Council
Tkii r gn as iecordr and niovtd t tho city.
. A. Law ton has bten appointed to fill out tho
um-xpired teim. .. , . ,..
The Ls1fn of Honor dtrector'. to?eth.r with
the flrfrt i3ue ef tho Legion, tho ofrk'ial organ.
U t ow In our dMtributlon.
Supremo Char.cellor Cirllsle is arranging hi
rera of fall rUita and bis programme of -n1er-tniritMit.
notice of which will be given he
councils in a few daya.
Trotd'tci! Hiue Circle.
Imporial Circle had its usual metlnz and
tn.n-a tI wnin irnrrtant ba-in", irsWent
Cwke urge-1 all to secure a n w mernler and
put the c:rcl into the "roll of honor." Vintors
irem othir circle were present
Social Iaicvu Circle Initiated coven and had a
drst'n namt-j propo-ed. Tiie atten lance of mem
bers was large. Among tli .tcrj were Pru
dent Doctor Ilercbenroeder of Compton Cirelo
and Grand rrrf'dent Ose.
Arlington Circle held ita usual meeting, trans
acting lmiiTtaBt lusimp. and Hop Circle, No.
3" bid a goo.! meeting Monday u.ght.
Meetirjs thl we"k are: Compton. Hobson. MIs
fot'rl and Chouteau.
i'U anion pi-'ri-. whl-h was rxs.poned, w III be
held r.txt Saturday at Korner3 Garden.
I.-iClede Cxi.-.cll. No. Sl, moved Into It. new
I all. llunlnpion building, and at tli lift meet
1: . Septemlir I1. threo new ni-mt-.-rs were ad
m.ttcd. After tlt InitiRtl'.n thr nr-etinir was
tbriwn etun for a sot-iii tail-. Many eungesti.'ns
v . re 0lTer.1l as to a suitable pr..gramme for th.
01 in me Hip to be held Octet er 1. '!he meetinir
t.. be bell Tu..tday will b- interesting, und a
gicat attendanco is expi-cted.
KulKlit. of lliinnr.
Mound City Ixidge reiriftated tw members.
Tw.nt3 liitmlHri vvero present. Hrothers II.
Ki'.er and William lVanek iularoF.I tre meet-I11--.
ltrmli. rs 11. Katiffeld, C llr.-cli. J Prelss.
H Ki h. r urd Theodore Wachler were appoint, il
n ..immllt... ta a.sylft the gtand dictator tn pro-ui-.lrg
the w.Tk of the ..rd.i
I'naLii Lodge, with HisTi-en in. rnbers preeent,
was .ntertan.l by brief remarks from Itrothtrs
IJeer. Sohlnke. Kraft. Doench and Mann.
Mount oliv.. lesigo rtix.rtul twenty five mem
bers present, rrt.thers Lottman. Johnson and
nams.v made b-i.f remarks. Grand Itep-.rter I.
K. Uomtratger was reipiested to give t hi' mem
bers tnf ormatien atsxit tho progr s of ti:- ord"r.
lancoln Lodg Itad no business of importance.
Brother. C Wclel ard A. Kuehl niado ad lresses.
Oak Lcslge was honored with a visit from
Grand Puat Dictat.-r P. ilcGannon of Aurora.
Mo. Eighteen rr embers were present and four
erpl lea lion wero received. Addresses were rnsdo
by Urothers Mc Gannon. Mackay. Hirsch anl
l'-.nd.irinle. Tha Committea on Ball and Oyster
Supper reporte-l progrew.
Ilremen Lo-ige Is bu-tilng up new members to
rca!: rod the pri-mise ta the grand dletator at
Ms laat visit to get ten members within thlity
linlty Lode appointed Brothers Begman,
hrinir and Itot-enkrantz an Agttatton Committoo
t assist the grand dictator.
Olive Branch Lodge members had the pleas
ure of llstenlns to an edlress from "supreme
Treasurer Joseph TV. Branch.
Wtl.ley Ixtgs had a large attendanca to wit
ness t'ae In.tiatory work of th degtee staff. Jfc
cl anks' L. !gj visited In a body K. J. I'.ev
niuds of i a.g-iry. Northwest Territory A. o.
Sink of Portland, Ore., and J. W. Green of
v.nlta, I. T , gave the cor.d Hon of the oid. r in
the', scctio s itemarks were also mule by
Alon... -bobbins. Doctor Gratiot. C C. Goedde
Mephanl.s' Lodge had two applications for
Coral Ijolcn conferred tho Firs! and Third de
grees Saturday night.
Martha Washington Iidge had a COO.I atten.l-
aic.?. the summer tourists having returned. Mr. '
Hhoda Mulford and Mrs. Wendiing arrived from
Iowa. Mrs. James Uarvvlcli from St. Paul and
Mr. and Mrs. Itudolph Ulrcher from the Be.le. .
ville l-air. A doi.utun of Jlj was ent to tha!
Oilvi-yton sufferers. Mrs. C M. Elliott, fioin
Milwaukee. n-dH a Vltor.
lienton Iidge will have tnltlatlcn Tuesday, at
its m w ball, Ni . W Artcnal street.
Ijirlcde Lodge InitiuUJ one candidate Tuesday
The Sovereign Grand Lodge. In session at Rlch-
mcrd, Va.. la-t wten. elated the following of
ficers: A. C. Cable cf Ohio, grand sire; John P.
Goodwin of Georgia, dtputy grand -.Ire; J. Frank
Grant of Baltimore, era-1 secr-tary; il. It-chard
-Mukle of Penasyhanla. grar.d treasurer. A '
doratlcn of Jl.S'J was made to the Galveston '
Sum:. .it I o.lge had one candidate f jr the First
and two n the Third degree. One cc.-iJU.ue
b.'ll.' . f.r Ti-ere was a go-id attendance.
N.n.i.i 1 dge ba-1 two uipdcatlo s for mrtn
beiship. N. ni.et.ag they will have a double
lnit..ition. Iattli? Miss White was a v'sitor. This
VJge w'il b-ive a slal the first meeting in .
Oc'.'bfr. to wlilrli tiie Rebekah lodges and their
trienu-. win oe invue.i. u.'nee and cake will
r- served. Mlfs Mai.d Houghton, hiving re
signed as noble grand. Mrs. Addle White was
InstallM li her place. Mrs. John W. Black and
lirs. Blanch Sbuey lielng Installing offlc.rs.
LoTr Ilittt-H to Ilalln-i
IKON MOUNTAIN ROUTK.
Account Texas State l'air, Seplembflr 2S
to October 13. lncluaivc. Only ONE I-'ARL
lor the ROUND TR11". plus JI. Tickets on
tale September '.'C. 'Ji, a), and October 3 and
10. sood for return up to and lnlcudins Oc
tober. U. 123vV
f H pr&. ssz
s &-3HT m wsra
pvnsg&T l IMF
Box an 1 Wax
Calf, Vici and
er, Tip and
An Unsurpassed Man's Shoe,
Unepaied in Quality.
Ccndele in Finish,
Up to Date in Style,
An Unexampled Instance of
the Shoemaker's Art.
ALWAYS Ui STOCK.
P. If. Littlcfitld, 4537
j y3 Did ilii
STYLISH AMD COMFORTABLE
PALL GL0THBS fop MEN,
Clothes that arc handsome smart, perfect-fitting suits or overcoats
".Viade to Order" - from S20 to S60,
JbJXH.O f I VV JJTT a.3STI3 X-XaXnB.
PASTOR WITH SEVEN FLOCKS.
The Arduous Labors of a Pennsyl
For ministerial v.ork the record in quan
ta. y. If not in results, undoubtedly belongs
to a, humble pastor in Lebanon County,
I'.i., who is practically unknown outside the
limits of his present labors. This is the
Reverend J. A. Bachman of -criaeflerstown,
who ! the pastor of seven separate con
irtsations. He is a "man of middle age,
wild a bright, pleasant manner, a pair of
twinkling blue eyes and a stalwart form,
on whose shoulder-, cares that would over
whelm an ordinary man rest as lightly as
tho occupations of one of our social dilet
tanti. For twenty-two years the Reverend
.-Ir. Ilachman lias endured trials of work,
exiosuro and endurance that would have
piuv..-d fatal to one of less enduring
phjsiquo or less uplifting zeaL
In his earnest, cn-rairiii'-r manner, no less
than in hia stalwart form. Mr. Bachman
r.-calls the earlv Itinerant ntcachers of a
' century ago. who claimed the wilderness
nnd Its hardy settlers for the kingdom ot
God. Although his beard is streaked with
pray, and lie has accomplished more hard
v.ork than falls to the lot of the ordinary
man In the course of a lifetime, Mr. Each
man is still far from havlns attained the
limit of his abilities.
The scene of the Reverend Mr. Bach
man's activities is one of the upland coun
ties of Southeastern P-nnsylvania. on the
si.ipe of the Blue Ridire range. His seven
congregations are ail small backwoods
churches, dlrticult and at times almost im
possible of access. Nevertheless, In the
course of hiu twenty-two years of service
la the Master's cause, and despite the
heavy handicap under which he has la
bored, he has done more actual ministerial
work than almost any divine who presides
evi-i- a single opdl'nt and thickly populated
He has driven CC.WO miles, at a rough esti
mate. In the discharge of his pastoral du
ties, has delivered nearly 5,(-c- sermons and
addresses. ha baptized almost iti") persons
and has Joined in wedlock over 1,000 couples.
In fact, the majority of persons Ilvins In
tfiat section ot Lebanon County to which
his lalwrs are confined are Indebted to him
fur the discharge of one or another of
the ordinary ministerial functions.
All th congregations to which the Rev
erend Mr. Bachman ministers are off tha
line ot railroad, which bisects Ls-binon
county. To reach them lie is forced to
travel over rough and hilly country roads,
which at certain seasons of the year are
almost impassable. Nevertheless, throut-h
detp mud and deeper snow. In storm and
sunshine. In heat and cold, hi has gone his
rounds faithfully, and seldom indeed has
he missed nn appointment for which he
was scheduled. More eloquent than any of
his M'rmous Is the example set by his dally
life of constant effort nnd steadfast devo
tion to the cause of whl'li he is too r rro
sintative. 'BIe Four" to CinclnnaiL Finest servlc.
track and equipment.
Pawed Up the Ground and I.e
veaicd Kich Deposits.
The animal with the gaielle-Iike eyes.
Iho sardonic smile and the wicked pair of
hetls the mule is responsible for the trip
nil excitement in Jackson County, writes a
Hrownstown, Ind.. correspondent to tho
Chicago Record. Tlie story of how the muio
once did good is an interesting- one. A. H.
ITarfcaush. a fanner living near rrettown.
seven miles north of here, recently hitched
a team of mules under a tree by tha banks
ot Salt Creek. The mules wero attacked
by files, and In their frantic efforts to drive
them off they pawed up the ftround. When
the farmer returned he found a peculiar
bluish dust enveloping the animals, and on
the ground was a heap of sand as line as
flour. He became Interested In the find and
so sent a bottle of the sand to State Geolo
gist Blatchley. who soon sent back word
that It wits tripoli, worth between Jt and JO
a ton. Mr. Harbaugh examined his own
land and found that great deposits were on
his farm. Ills neighbors, becoming Inter
ested, have done the same, and a number
of them have been fortunate enoueh to find
several small beds. The deposlCn Ilar
baugh's farm Is more than thirty-six Inches
Tripoli !s not easily found, for at present
there are but three extensive beds In the
United States. The largest bed Is In New
ton County .Missouri, and another exten
sive bed Is In West Virginia. The people
of Jackson County claim theirs is the only
di'poiit In this region of tlie country, but
this 13 wrons. In Ferry County, near St.
Melnrad, there Is a splendid deposit, but It
is nearly Inaccessible. The beds of Jack
son County, however, are easily reached,
for the Southern Indiana Railway is near
Tripoli is n-.vd mainly for the purpose of
polishing. It is rather hard, but It has not
sufficient grit to cut metal or glass Sur
faces. It Is elaimed the Venetians were
the first to use tripoll. It is often called
"rotten stone," but Its technical name
comes from the word Tripoll. in which
country it was first obtained. Tripoli Is
principally a silica, and it Is formed from
the shells of microscopic organisms, ac
cumulated In oceans, and at wide Intervals
drifted, forming a deposit. Another use In
recent years has been found for trpoll. It
was for some time used at an absorbent In
making high explosives, but In the last few
yeurs gun-cotton and other materials have
supplanted it. Besides this, tripoll Is used
in making soap, ami it is claimed that deli
cate flesh Is not injured by contact with
Smolto tlxo 3oHt. Asls. Your Doalor fox- a.
IT COSTS OU NO MORE THAN INFERIOR BRANDS.
I it. ltlCE 31. C. .CO., 3IASPFACTUUKRS, ST, IOCIS, MO.
t . i
S $, fafl Pfl
j Lace or Con
gress, Light or
E3j - li caw boles,
tPerPairl Kvc-y StyIe
EVR !J DSiVlAIMD.
-tj f m a UllU UUUUwrilwi
Marfan St., (Jets tlnSlO.OO.
Fried or Stewed,
with the thermnmefer i-eart-
ually declining, there's noth- IK!
Ins more delicious than
For the past 23 years reeoa-nized
as the lcadimr brand always E
iresn. large ana select. Uealers
should get our flgures out-of-town
dealers cannot equal our
215I and Walivl St:.
Long; Distance 'Phone EeU
TaaouBands 'JSTo-w TJeo
THEY NEVER FAIL TO CURE
Headache, Fcvtrs, Neuralgia, etc.
CONTAIX NO 1JKOMOS Price 10 Cents.
Uruggists will order them for 70a.
Refuse Substitutes Get Genuin,
WC A nCCT
. LTsTVauOC ULJ.J 1
. iui riuvra anu
Makes old floors
Il'curs Hia ctmiaU
StaTColor Card Free.
516 Walnut St., St, Louis.
MILLS & AVERILL,
Broadway and Pins.
Bell Mala 2197. Q Klalocb B SIT.
Pcnd a postal or telephone and wo
will call at your house for garments
and return them to you promptly.
Stilts chemically cleaned and pressed.
JJ.W: trousers. Mc. Repairing ana
dyeing done at moderate charges.
Tull Dress Suits to rent for $2.50.
Tlie Silly Pencils.
Theso pencils are a reckless pair
Their rubbers they refuse to wear.
And when they fialJ. one summer day.
They wanted V go cut to play.
Nurse said. "The sky is not quite clear;
Put On your rubbers. Do you hear?"
They did not do as they were told.
And so, of course, they both took cold.
Dearie. I hope you'll not forget
To wear your rubbers when It's wet.
Evidence of liealai.
"My wife," said Mr. Snickers, "is a truly
"We nil know that." we said; "but do
jou wish to specify?"
"Yes, sir. She. wrote and sold a. story the
other day, and she spent only once tha
money she expected to receive for it.
PER poor. I
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