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THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1!)0.
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.
Discount r.ttcs were 5 in " per i-ni"
call and time losn. Clearings JS.11-.7W.
balances. $446,231. New York exchnnge. wc
discount bid. 25c discount asked: Louis
ville. 2Ec discount hid. par asked; Chicago.
35c discount bid. I5c discount a-kel: New
Orleans. 13c discount bid. par asked; Cin
cinnati. ISc dlicount bid. par aked
The local wheat market oloed higher al
ti. .. rt T--. .. l. 1 TTV-ft-e it Mav .
T3-ii"4i No Z nil Corn cl.ised hlghtr at
38V4e n Oct . 3l'rC Dec.; 3te n year. S-Vjc
fctfStrS oV . oeb Dec :, '
Mav ; i.i4Ji:i'4' No. 2.
The local market for stnndnrd mess pork
closed 1nn al Jll VI for new. Prime steam
lard closed low.r al trio for H.ht Side.
The local spot cotton market closed iulet
and St lower.
LOCAL AND Sl'IH-'KBAN.
Miss Ktta Martin, who was to bo mar
ried next winter, will be buried tndty.
Alwinus Hock of Cai Colon ii -'locked
a: the condTtlon of the streets In Pt laiuls.
Superintendents of bridsts and buildings
from most of the North American railroads
are fn session at the Southern Hotl
The annual convention of tie Western
Cathol'c Union meets at Alton to-da.
Mm. D. J. Tatem sues Jnmcs Dawson for
JJ.475 for boarding his divorced wife and his
Hiss Fach nnd Herbert L Spencer are
quietly married without the knowledge of
The Grand 1-odpe of Missouri, A. F. & A.
M.. is In session nt the Odeon.
Patrick O'Malley is declared by the Su
preme Court to be the regular Democratic
nominee for Congress in the eleventh Dis
trict. The Grand Council. O. It T . elected of
ficers to fill acancles caused b removals
made a few days ago
It Is reported in real estate circles that
all the title examiners of the city are about
lo consolidate and inaugurate a higher scale
The Democratic primary election for
choosing delegate to the City Convention
will b held to-day between I and S o'clock
There are no contents.
Mrs F. W. GoltB was frightfully burned
by gasoline while trjing to till the tank of
a lighted stove.
Burslars Invated three residences in Baden
and attempted to enter several others.
School teachers protest against the rule
requiting them to plaj with the children at
Wil iam Joyce, a. bridegroom of two day,
was rtabbed while trying to separate two
acquaintances, who were fighting.
The Reverend Doctor Samuel Sale, pastor
of Temple. Shaare Emeth. who was chap
lain of the convention that nominated Mc
Xlnley. has written an open letter de
nouncing the policy of the administration
and declaring his intention to vote for
The courthouse at Joplln proved too small
for the crowd which was anxious to hear
Democratic clubs will report &ny case of
attempted Intimidation or coercion by Re
publicans to National Chairman Jones and
FresUent Hearst of the National Associa
tion of Democratic Clubs.
United States Senator George L. Welling
ton f Maryland, one of the foremost Re
publi:ans In the country, predict? Brjan's
election. He bIIevesi thit the Democracy
will tarry New York. Ohio and Indiana. He
believes the solid South and the West, with
the exception of Washington, will po for
Bryan. Illinois he consider-, doubtful with
the chance In favor of Brvan.
Als;huler continues to attract large audi
ences in the Republican strongholds of Illi
nois. The Dockery demonstration at Neosho
evinced the enthusiasm of Missouri Demo
crats and Is an Indication of the big ma
jority which the candidate Is helping roll
up for hN ticket. ,
Ex-United States Senator lilickbui-n's
son-in-law committed suicldt In Washington
C,v inooung Himself 'in the head la the
prest nee 55t iila ua'Jghter.
Several millions will be Invested by a New
York company in a. scheme to ship the per
ishable provisions of this country to Eng
land upon a special line of steamers.
A wealth voung English girl was found
dead in her room In a fashionable New York
boarjlng-house. The police bel'eve that she
may have been murdered.
President John ". Valentine of the Wells
Vircn frtnrniTii- ntt..H tiit i.A fii.i - I
,-.,w -.....j .,...- ...... ..v. ...... .,.- .
ceived a letter from a banker threatening
him with removal from the company if he
did not cease his advocacy of Br an.
Londoners crowded Drttry Lane Theater
for the benefit of th Galveston sufferers.
Surveys are being made for proposed Bur
Tl e American Passenger and Ticket
Agents' Association Is holding sessions In
The Official Classification Committee of
Eastern trunk lines la In session In New
The first regular quarterly meeting of the
Transcontinental Passenger Association
will be held In St. Louis In November.
The Denver and Rio Grande held Its an
Charles II. Tweed talks on the Southern
Southwestern lines have made new ar
rangements affecting homeseekers excur
The Texas and Pacific has come back into
the Southwestern Passerger Bureau.
Cntral Passenger Association lines have
granted reduced rates for Thanksgiving.
Christmas and New Year
President Cowen of the Baltimore and
Ohio has been placed In full charge of the
Pittsburg and Western
Owners of St. Louis Baseball Club sus
pect their players of malingering and fall
ing to give their team the best services.
London. Oct. 15. Arrived: SeraphU from
San Francisco, etc
Eoulogne. Oct. IS Arrived: Rotterdam
from New York for Rotterdam.
Manila. Oct. 12. Sailed: Belgian Kirs
for San Francisco.
New York.Oct. 1C Sailed: Deutschland for
Hamburg via Plv mouth and Cherhouig;
Kalserln Maria Theresla for Bremen via
Southampton: Bo vie for Liverpool; Servii
'cw York. Oct. 15. Arrived: Amsterdam
frcm Rotterdam: Marquette from London:
Kensington from Antwerp.
rivmouth. Oct. 15. Sailed: Steamer Graf
W.ild'Tsee. from Hamburg and Cherbourg.
IJrard. Oct. IS. Passed: Steamer Pennsjl
v a ita. New York, for Plj mouth, Cherbourg
Boston. Oc. 15. Arrived: Steamer Bos
Gibraltar, Oct. 16 Arrived: Steamer Ems,
Nw York, for Naples and Genoa, and pro-ceeded-
Fouthampton. Oct. IS. Arrived: Steamer
Latin. New York, for Bremen.
Julius HornnilK.', Victim of Assault,
May Recover, After .AH.
Julius Hornrabc is the mme given by the
mui who was picked up at Second and Lo
cust streets at 10 DO o'clock S-nday night
with his kulI fractured In three placet.
After lying unconsc.ous for more than
thlrt-six hours, Hornrabe suddenly re
fA nrd consc'ou.sness aim tn'.ked rationally
tor few minutes. He raid he had been
stc pping at No. 11 North Sixth street, and
th.it he did not know who had assaulted
hlin. Then he became too weak to make
himself understood, and no further effort
wt-s made to question him.
A bloody cobblestone found at the corner
of Second and Olive streets is held by the
police. They bel'eve it was the weapon
used oy Hornrabe's assailant, and are anx
iously awaiting a more complete statement
from him. In order that they may prosecute
thtir search for the guilty person or per
sons. l)r Nietert said jesterday that Ills pa
tltnt had shown remarkable vitality and
win Improving. He now hopes he may re
cover. Hotel Jvy Is located at No. u North Sixth
atreet. The proprietor says he does not
krow thi wounded man.
THAT CONTAIN SIGNIFICANT FEATURES.
RKPI-BI.tr- PPKCt u
'hey.nne. Wy.. Oct.
K Willi i in lllllon.
who recentlv return. 1 to this cit from the
Philippines, where he -erved two years In
Pnnv K. Twent-th!rd m.tcd states In-
i.nniry. .nvs tint nil me .iui'-s inrre .c
dlsgtisteil with the war lie "aid to-diy:
"1 was "tailored at or neir MinHa for
ten months and at Jolo, Sulu Archlpeligo
for fou-teen months, at times being out on
expeditions In the Interior In all that time
1 have never con a private s.ddier who
was not against the war. 1'olitball.v the
common soldiers are for Hrjan to a min
"Villages and chun hes are conInualI
looted. In oie cafe an ol!icr of I'onpiny
O mv regiment ordered a sqin.i of sol
diers to go to the Catholic Church at Sin
j imu, .iijoiii, nnn Miai me goiuen iia.uc
or Liinst on the cross, and It was brougnt
ana J in the whole of I he Si.mlh-Anierk.in Mies, s ptemb r 14 Frank Wtigind.
"Ill order to keep the war going it is a I War. white he v is pcrmltti-d to n'ngle V. oui d.-.'- i timlwr U. Cintain Dever
common pne'lee to take pr.sor. rs. kt thorn I w,h the l-ir.thlpini.- and lu Iv their on- ! C"K ""ilcls. nek ni.iuili and ! oulrler. se
go ard capture them over agin This is ....t,.,,., ,, J . , ,, ., i,.,n. -.,.., ' r1'" l-iowi ? C.dvln. Ii'p. il'snt. It'.htrt
done to mike a showing of a prognsMv-. 'li,'"n, '!p a .voung imn of letellige-iie j1(Kwn rnc,!v ;iKht. 'loHvm O.
campilsn I have mj.-.If bun on guard of, nl education and bis knonl-i's" of bo h j. n-on. 1 i-d slislit. nrm i.rotis. Jinn
prisoners who have lcen captured live times I PopKs ni.il ' his ji.dment v.orthv of enr- it Po I 1 i-nl. -I'lit. John '!. h.-ad and
over" I ful tonsidi ration wrist. 1 i.t, shouIJ.r, "erljus.
To tlie T.dltnr of The RifllMIo
Warren.burg, Mo . Oct IS The stiterrent
of State Auditor Selln rt in iefernce to the
management of the Stile School Fund, the
edltorUls of The Republic on the ume
topic, and the article of Colonel WillHm F.
Switzler upon "cerllliciitef of Indebtedness."
are :ibnljte proof of the wisdom and
soundness of Democratic management of
this satred fund, and furnl-h :i complete
and crushing reply to the stupidly ieckles'
attack of the Globe-Democrat
But the Globe-Di-mocrat. In a short edlto
Hit ii.ir iL-rnnh. 111 ik s an unuuillftt.il false
hood the basis of a new attack Since I h id '
more to do with the conversion of the StaU
School Fund in 1S73. am more responsibl.
than any . e else, in fact, virtu illy made
it. receiving the formal indorsvini nt of the
State Board of Education after all prelim
inaries were concluded, I am dlrectlv ln
volvtd in this serious charge of official
stealing. . .
I think what follow- will demonstrate
clearlv that the Globe-Democrat has uttered
deliberate falsehoods, or Is sjrprislnglv,
stupidly, ignorant of State affair- t-atchlns
it on either horn of this dilemm i should ut
terly dbvredit it with all hontst and intel
ligent readers. ...i.i
The part of the Globe-Dtmocrat editorlil
to which It Is desired to make specific and
full response is the following:
"Democratic officials H this State Ime
had at least two nuthods of -piandeiin,,
the public school and seminary i.i-h en
dow nment" tfals-bood No 1 as wll be
demonstrated .Itrectlv ; not r ilol.tr of either
fund w.i squander.-l. itst. mi-applie.1. or
use.1 for anv purpose wba'ever, .xc.pt us a
jH-rmanent. Irreducible fund Mr pub c
schools and the unniHl. as requ red b
the Constitution) "a-id r. placing It with
mere c. rtitleates of debt that hive ..
constitutional Mandinx." .tFals,...ro.l No. -l
In the clause "tlwt iavc no constitution it
standing." "In One cne a D.mocntic ...1
mlnistraUun foId United States bonds be-lon-l'K
to the schools nmoui.tlnfc to Jl.i;
W.spMit the mon-j as g.rar.l rev en"
(falsehood No 3. having not tl.o sehust
conceivable basis of fact o to rpending he
monev or suggestion of fact In an thing
whicher happemd) "and substituted ,
"Thfremalr'o'f the mendacious article
foTlo.s. but wh. we are through with the
for gclni: H wl'l not be nec.ssarj to deal
with thK further than to ch.ncterize it as
"&. instance they u up the
cah comirg from me ''-,,:
and a Government war """""
In- In a to $1.23 S li and left no tra
e"th r except State certificate of debt,
pavers are Varying the whole burden
and left no trace of
urden at C
..nvers are rarijmb ...... .
i - ...... ..nt rind must pa in. I""K i
am, ., ,-. . --. fr.im d
if it sever
s'ever to lie cnani. ......
'"buT";., the fact-, most of ";
. t . ... o!l knows, or Is Hie-
)'Zw tyrant nf. it kn.w them wlrn
made, it hi3 been gulltv
its uttarl.s were
' deliberate, malicious falsehood.
The Constitution of l.as amended b.
.." Democratic party came into power,
T-lred The School Fund to be investe,
1 77 . ... rimi Stntesi. or In bond
J . .... n.A Imn tinnrr r"-
ti-e IKmocratlc pariy c.. " ' . . ...
nT-ed trTe School Fund to be invested In
qi i.cu ''.... i si.im ..r In bonds of
i?; 'State of Missouri. This was the Const!
,h fore- wh.n the conversion of hi
...is or iiie.h""."' ""-,.'" ,h ,v.nil-
-.. .io The Con'inution oi in .
hlch was "o..n after declar-d adopted and
Jn operation, retained th- requirement.
Both Coi "nltutlons nbo left the fund in the
ctody of the State Board of Education
The board that came Into existence In
i. ...nrnei Get cral Hockaday, Secretary
Jf- S ate McGrath and the Superintendent of
E.m Schools, the writer, foun.l that
Soon nfter this r.earb everv c-,11 of L'nlt.sl
States bonds for redemption, made by See
r tcry Bnsnow. included some of the bonds
held by our boird
It became evilent that before long nil our
bonds would be called and rcdecmed-as. In
deed, thev were. The board If H did not
choo'e if own time for disposing f 3
Urltcil Stitis bonis, and at a premium Ci
it did) would, .t knew not how oon, be
comrelled to take rar. In cih. and then
reinvest in other United Stales bonds, or
bonds of Missouri.
At the time both gold and United States
bonds commanded a hiKh rrem um. and Mis
sourl bondi only n premium of one-half to
1 per cent. The United States bonds were
constantly declining in value, and the State
bonds were steadily appreel itltig. The dis-
3lr. .fenkins Says That It Does Not
To the Klltc of The Itel uolic
St. 1..0UK Oct. 13 ILferring to inclosed
clirpltig from vour editorial page of this
morning's issue, headed "Suburban Exten
sions." I beg to say that v e feel that this
article places the subject In nn unfavorable
light. This, article Mates that "competition
with the Transit compar- is to be encour
aged": that "the Suburban road Is the only
mpetitrr in lght." and. furthermore, that
"the ordinance c-mtilns evident! a specific
purpose for making evnsolid.it ion wlththe
Transit compmv n remunerative deal lor
the buburban road." This would mate- it
appear that It Is the Intention to convey
the idei that this bill was introduced for
ttic purp-sc- of p. rmitiing this company to
consolidate with the ht. Louis Transit WW
Tins Is not the case. If the St. Louis and
Suburban Kal'vvjy Oompar. desired to con
solidate, with the fet. Louis Trans't Com
pany It would not be necessary to Introduce
such a bUl. Inasmuch as the St. Louis. Tran
sit Company is empowered by law to
acquire any and all street railway lines in
the City ot St LjuIs. The stock and bond
rrospectus of the St. Louis Transit Com
pany tvvhlcli was advertl-ed In Our paper)
stutes that three million dollars Is set aside
for the purchase of the Suburban property,
which it is empowered to acquire.
No reference Is made in this ordinance,
either by word or inference, to any Inten
tion to consolidate with the St. Louis Tran
sit Company. It simply refers to the bt.
Louis and Jleramec River Railroad and the
PlnHctint Ac. nun KloCtrln ItlilwAV Or an'
other railroad which the St. Louis and Sub
urban may desire to acqu're; r.nd we think
you arc aware that al the present time we
are operating several railroads which have
a bearing on this matter, even though they
are not within the City of St. Loul-. Tms
Is Indicated on our letter-head.
In concluson we wish to say that if there
Is on thlnsr that will, more than any other.
effectively prevent the acquisition of the
It Is the passage of this ordinance. The
granting of this ordinance, as you are no
ny me xransiirconipai-j.
Practically all th- bonds In the fund were
United Suites bonis In October, to., the
hnVril having sulllclent ca-h. purcln-ed
?..an:'.... , ,',! .,, the amount of tlu.0.
FROM THE PHILIPPINES
Uhanon. III. Oct. 1G Pink Dougherty, a
Lhutciinnt in the Seventeenth United Stabs
Intently, now In the Philippine-, anil u
brother lo -Miss.s Tatum and Ktliel Dough
erty of Mound Clt. studenti In McKcmlreo
College w litis a letter from the Philippines
in which lie states tint the more he talks
Willi the 1'ilipino the strong! r grows hl
Illif in the scundne-s .md Justice of flie
Democratic party's policy toward them. He
S.HS, he ylnc-relv hop. s the people of the
t'nlted S! ites will ee the Justice of the
rillpln.is' lalms and vote for their liberty
In ov. nber
l.if uti uant Doiiehertv writes tint the
e'ei tlo-i of McKInlev v'tl n ces irllv l.cpl
I'ini .nd til.' uicrii.ui s .Idiers in the K.i-1
fo- sunie time fighting ihe I"l.lpltics He
"ivs in his lititr that ills eont.n t with the
"lllpliio- in.l hn "x.mii.. lion .if their con-
more .apible of s. f.Sov. rnmint tiun are j
the t utnlis
Lie-it. mut Dougherty w.-is In Cuba dur-
BONDS WERE BOUGHT.
position of the I'i itid Ptate.s 1 onds was not
optional with us tcpt as to time Wntn
could we s,u to tie b'-st advantage and
get imi-t out of the differ, nee of pr miuni
betwun the two clasisi of bond, to which
w vv.ro limited, wns the only question to
bo consul, nd
h (In, need to stnte llonits.
In v.cw of the fact thit the United States
would soon take from us the lionds we held
and give us tuh for the prim Iral. the hold
ing of thie bup.1.s being impossible after
tl. veie call.d that art of the eh irge
of mlsrim. ieii. nt in ilb-i niiig of then
bee .lines it once r.dlculous and cliarl par
Th" Stite Boaid of IMucatiou. In the
administration of Governor Woodcon. bad
fore. n the Impel. ilini uect-slt (the un
avoidablenssi of clnnge. at a time when
a grcMter im would have In en realized
frcm a, change, of the secutltles from
United Stau.s to State bonds, and made
an effort at e-onverslon by scrdlng the State
Trtasurer. Major Silmon than whom the
State la not bad an abler financier lo
New York to pureha'e Missouri Ixinds But.
unfortun itel. .Major Mtltnun wax forc
nulled and d.feat.d by rews of what was
l.rdin? evidentlv reichlng New ib-lc
ah. ad of him. for h tells In his official
reTort that Mlss,iurl bonds nilvane-d sh iri
1 In price on his arrival, and that he could
rot purchase them without s Facrillco to
tlie f-chool Fund.
With the knsvMei'.rf? of th's effort before
rne. and belieilng th it ill so delicate a busi
ness as dealing in Iirge llnanelul trans ic
tions the utrriist caution and stereo were
demanded, I sr.urc.l the ? rvlcos of a 'hrwil
St. l.f i s u.ii'. r as a confidential at;iit, to
bam for w'l it tin- lecIre.l Im.ii.N could li
ntrchisfl and .hi "mined tint no one else
sliou'd hive th- rliihtct lnt'mation of what
I intei'ue-d until I should be read to eon
elude a piirch's.'. and must have the .sup
port cr the Board When this time arrivi.l
I rev.aled mv plnrs ard what had bun
done, to Geniral Ilockida. who iinqual!
lit.lly ln.Ior-c.1 then, told me to proc.eil to
the completion of mv effort en the lines laid
down, and he would sustiin me.
With this n?rcimem I soon purchised.
through mv aent. of Kohn & Co. J1,2.V,
t"X iu Missouri State bords (lu-St, fi j,er cent)
all the- owned at -Si of 1 per cent above
par the then mrket value being 'i of 1
above. 1 th.n cilled the State Board of
L'ducntl.n together and Invited Governor
Hardin ard Treasurer Mercer to meet with
us Mv report was made, officially lndorsd
and h:artlly commended by the two officers
atterdlng the meeting. The next day Secretin.-
McGrath and 1 succeeded In purchas
es from Colonel J. H Brltton ..) of
the sam bonds at s- of 1 per cent at-ove
par Sub.iucntlv (within a few dnS) we
bought a few others at very nearly the
After this. b direction of the Jloird and
on r quet of the .unitors of th- Un'ver
sltv I converted the United States bondi
In'th- -emlmrv fund (J10SCO) Into State
bonds ($I3'n. I nlo wild, b direction of
the State Boird of Bdiientlon. but on pro
test against taking o much Individual re
sponsibility, the United ttatt-s bonds In the
Schocl Fund. ....
The lenath of this article forbids cimtnont
on this last transaction, because Its essen
tial details were fully given in my official
report in Janinrv. 18T6. and in thit of the
Plate Auditor Sufhc-e It to saJ it was eml
nintlv siucefsful. and tint, as Auditor S-I-bcrt
shows, nearlv ESOfrJO was added to the
State School Fund.
The G'.obe-D. mocrat. fo j-oon as It
learned of the lrnn"-ictlon. editDrlally pro
nounced It an admirable deed. Three years
afterwards. In 1873. when I was again a
candidate. It pretended, for purely partisan
end", to discover fraud and theft, and made
( is new it doe") an unscrupulous attack on
those who mi splendidly mnnaged a sacred
tri fund. ...
The Globe plas upon the phrase cash
ndovnient" knowing full well that the
..,,- a. i .i t hirn anv "cash." as ordinarily
i.'tr.stOdd. la Its endowment, that It ou!y (
lad what It still hi bonus tc. runcaies oi
IndcUcdncrs) It knows that there is not
th- i-hai'ow of essential difference between
t.r-call'd 'Stite lor.ds." and ccrt'ficatcs of
Indebtedness; that these certificates are
Ixinds-. and fully meet the riqulrements of
the CoiiHtltutlon. ., ,
It knows that neither Governor Hnrdins.
nor liny other Democratic administration,
ev.r received, as revenue, a dollar from the
i.. r iii I'n't. d snien bonds, that the
si..i lionds tiurrliisfd did not belong, till
State bonus purely i n ,VhV. ce th"
piirchar.d to the State, ad that j h.f ' cash
btiile t-ouhl rot set a ,f Vi,.".?
jiaid for th-in. It. D. SHANNON
doubt aware, moana the entrance Into ter-
rltory by the Suburban company which It
lias nver .nien.l io:ore; anu as jour w.-
jxr a.tv-lsfs in this editorial that competi
tion Is tn be encouraged, wc can see no
better way It which von cin encourage
such competition than bv placing the matter
In a fair light, .uoriling to tne facts, be
fore the public, which we are qjlte sure It
is vour Intentkn to do.
Very truly vours.
T. Jl. JENKINS.
ELECTED NEW OFFICERS.
Telegraphers Till Hie Places
Men Who Were Deposed.
The Order or Ilillnny Telegraphers es
terday afternoon suspended the regular or
der of business which was the considera
tion of the report of the special committee
on revNIon of the- constitution, and pro
ceeded to the election of others to ti.I the
places of tiiosv deposed In earlier sessions
of the prcsci t grard council, and to lis
the salaries of the grand officers.
The saliry of the grand president wis
fixed at Ki) a year; the llrst vice prcl
dent at tU''. and the second and third
lee presidents at Jl 0).
II. -VI. Dolphin of Kansas City was unan
imously elected grand president in place of
W. V.- Powell, deposed. T. Jl. Plerson of
Division No. :". was elected first vice pres
ident, and assigned to the district east of
the 51issislpf I River; S J. Kelly of Divis
ion No. Cl. wa.s elected second vice pres
ident and asigred to the district west ot
the Mississippi River, r. G. Sinclair of Di
vision No. 1. was chosen third vice ures
ident and assigned to the district of Can
ada. F. W. Barron of Division No. 31 was
elected director In place of Charles Dan!et,
deposed, and C. E. Lr.im.nit of Division No.
14 was elected director in place of S. C.
Jl. II. Dolphin, tho new grand president,
was not present at the time of his election,
bavin? been called to Boston Siturd ly lat
on nnicia! business of the order. A reso
lution was adopted by acclamation In
structing the secretary to send a telegram
to Dolpaln at oace. noUfJln,
mm oi jus
Manila. Oct IS. vli Hong-Kong. A de
tai hment of twenty men of ih- Twcntv
feurth Itegiment. while engJred In r p tir
ing telegraph wire.s, October 1". at a pilnt
neir Sin Ji.se. Neuvo l'olj c P'ovlnce Isli
de Luzon, were "s" up n bv 10 in-ur;eils
a ia were .H.rpiveci.d .ml -eatte'ej. S-v, n
of the Aim rluirs nache-I S Hi Jns... hut it
Is probable tn.it the nmalndtr were cul
tured. The f nmv sn priced a prtv of stouts of
the Fort) -third Infantry at a ioin three
mile-, from Tiklobin. Ite Island, killing ,
three of the Americans nt the lirt volley.
Two esc.iin.il and give the alarm, but the
rai ray mi i wjnl pi evading the!- pursiitr.
CM-IAIN i:i.Hs Miss. I
Washington. ot 1 -A cab'e dlspitrh i
fro n i Si ner-il MaeAithnr to-i!nv s.ivv tilt .
Cartaln hi.-lls of fit T'e;v -ninth
Inf.ntrj nn 1 h's mm w.ri npMre.l b the
MIIH-S.ilr-'ir It. Co.i'tmin y, T-ven-
tv-ilnth It. Ir t IS V In'-nlry Wll
iiri i Aiu'r v.. I.Kn.n- V Murrar. Krwln
SAYS RICH'S MHE
HAS BEEN FOIGED.
IJtitiU Clerk Testifies Tliaf Millinn-
aire liil Xtt Sijjn Twenty-Five
Thousand Dollar Clieok.
JONES AND PATRICK CM TRIAL
l'.tnkei.s of Hip Dead Te.an Teil of
(lie Defendants' Ellorts to
Have the Challenged
New York. Oct. 15 The pr.llmlnary lie-ir-ing
of Iiwtr AILert T Paine1, and v'alrt
Chaibs F. Jones wis n umed ti-c!ay In
the Center Street Police Court. The charge
Is forging and uttering i check for $:S"..ji)
upon J-nrnvon ,1. Sons, bankers, to which Is
signeHl the name of Wlllnm M. Rlc-.
The llrst wltners to-dav was Chirles H
I'india. a clerk In the tanklng-houe of
Mvenson ."C Sons. His testlmon r.latel to
M acquaintance with Jones as ecr. tarj
and valet of Rice, to seeing David U Short
at the bank S.pt.n.ler "!. whin Short pr.
tentid a ti'i.K"' check, im.ltle to the order
of Pitrlck, to turning over the check to
Walter O Wetherbco of s.uts,,n .suns'
tank for Identification, who compared the
signature with that of about thirty oth r
cheeks of the dead millionaire which the
bank In.l He corroborated tes.lmuii given
.st. rda) as to what was said to hnort
about the slgniture. Short's return later,
and to .ailing up Jones on the telephone
r. girding the check.
Waiter O. Wctherbee. confidential clerk In
Swenotfs binking-house, wa the next
witness. He knew Jones as valet and s cre
tary of Rice. Ibe vitues wan handed the
complaint against Patrick and Jne. to
whlih is attached thu vjeO) etieck. wnich
Is d. scribed at "People's exhibit No. 1." H
&a!d be saw the chee"k September 21, when
it was brought to him on the occasion of
Its list presentation. He handed it back to
Mr. Wallie-e. with instructions to reiurn
it to Mr. stiurt.
Wuns lia.t known ltlce sltteen veJrs
aid v.ih familiar viith his signature. "wit
msk was asked:
"in our op.iiuii, i the signature on that
cheek the signature ot Mr. Rlie? '
It is not." ansn.red the witnt.v..
(I'lMiiiiv onor.d llfte.ii checks to
which were attachr-d ltlce s inamres. "an i
ilr. Wftherbee nleiitltie.1 the stt,.i iti.res as
thus., of Mr. Rice. 'Jli were inarkiil for
Id.ntlhcation and lett in the keuiug of the
At this Juncture Mr. OslMirne submitted
to M iglstrate Brann a lengthy tvpewntteii
atlld.it a. In which he requested the Magis
trato to read at his convenience. Mr.
House again objected and the Magistrate
said ho would take the muter under ad
visement. Mr. Osborne i-n'd the affidavit In
question Is the one Mailed b the wime-s
Uutherbce. In which t.e litter told of an
attempt on the part of Jo..e.s .. in.lu.e
htm to go into .1 tchenie to l,ci the greater
Isirt of ltlie's pliqiert an.i irw:l.-.
'I he nearing was then aajjurned until to
morrow THREE-CENT PIECE CAUSED IT.
E. Smith Seriously Shot by ,1. T.
Jamec T. Be Ik. proprietor of a saloon al
No. Ivil Wash stiet. tmptlr.l a l.i.d of
buckshot Into the leftside of tliitnc cmlth
of No. ISC Blair uveiiae last niuin:lu in
the e-curs.. .if a quarrel over 1-i.:i-iit for
a pici.ase of c'gatclles .viiich .-: .it.i and
I'hi.lp Clark of No. MM Was-li street nail
purchased. Hie sneotti g occurred In BeiK b
saloon. s,mlih is nt the Oil Hospital l,i
a scrioutt condition. Bclk und Clark ale
locked up at the Fourth D strict Station.
According toaripatt ni.idu by the pui.ee
after an invojiigation. Ci irk and b.nltli
bought a round ot drink iu Bclk's place,
paid for them and then aked for tho cigar
ettes, tendering a S-rent niece In iuiin.nl.
Be!k thought it wis a dime und gave them
'" clg-uettcs and 5 cents In charge. After:
v "'. 'eennK his lahstake. he a-ked
tbem to rctun. tne rlckel and cigarettes or
, , b aa(, for , ,
ettes He declares that both mon threat
ened to strike htm with beer glasses, and
that ho reached for his shotgun and fir I
j In self-defense, thn loi-l t iking effect in
i craiin s iwe.
Clark and a. man n?me Jorcnh nalvrlts'r
took Smith to the hospital An invest.ga
tlon n suited In the arrest nf Belk and CI.t.:1.
und tho releaso of Uaivvitzcr.
QUEEN WILHELM1HA TO WED
nf the Netherlands
Marrv a fJennan.
Tho Hague. Oct. 16 (Copyright. 15" by
W. IS. Hearst ) The Queen of the Nether
lands nnnojnces to lior faithful subjects
tint she la al. Hit to b'come the wife of
Duke Henr? of .Mccklenburg-Schwerln.
The Duke arrived hero this evening. He
was mtt by a royal carriage and driven
to the Castle of Loo, where he is th sue.st
of the Queen and her mother.
A special edition of the Official Oazotte
appeared after hU arrival, containing an
announcement of the engagement.
FREIGHT TRAIN DERAILED.
Two Men Killed and One Fatally
Chicago, Oct. 16. Two men were k'lled
and one fatally Injured by the derailment
of a freight train on the Chicago and Alton
at Lawndale. near here, to-day.
CHARLES EATON, erglneer.
WILbON, tire man.
B. F. aTRLMPLE. brakeman.
The victims were all residents of Bloom
Ington. I1L, The wreck was caused by the
removal of a rail by a section gang making
repairs. It Is said they tailed to post any
Slxn of Evsrv Description.
vTlllIamsoa-Guanlng Co.. 510 Walnut it.
Commercial signs for any buslncu.
Garments, Muffs, Neck Pieces.
Wc now have on display our entire purchase of
fine Furs for the Fall and Winter seasons, 11)00-
Alaska Seal, 'Persian Lamb and Electric Seal
Coats plain or trimmed.
Russian Sable, Mink, Persian Lamb, Ermine,
Black and Stone Marten Scarfs, Collarettes and
Special Offering .
Made to Order from Choice English
Kerseys, Aleltons, Oxfords, Ere.
A rnheim the Tailor,
Northwest Corner Broadway and Pine St.
SUPPORT OF BRYAN
CAUSED A THREAT,
l'residtnt Valentine of WelN
Farao 'oinpaity Mi wired
liv : Hanker.
1. 1 lTiti.n -iqvivi..
San Francisco, fa! . Oct. 11. John I.
Valentine, prnldcnt of Wills Fargo, stat.d
at the political me. ting which he addn s-.ed
In Oakland Saturday night thst he had
received .i letter lntim itlng that he would
be removed from the presidency of Wells
Far-o If he did not abandon his advocacy
of the Democratic ticket in the national
"No." snld Mr. Valentine to-day. In te
ply to' a requ.st that he give out the letter
f..r publ'cattun. "It was pure! a personal
lett.r. and I will not give- it out. I only
wish to sa. In order to avoid sone miscon
ception from arising among the Republic
ans, that the letter was rot from any or
our own people in the express companv.
it w i in fact, rrom a Innker. 1 only
referred to It at the m.etlng to Illustrate
the fact that there Is a disposition to
coer.e people In this campaign.
"It Is a e'ampilKn." continued .Mr. -Valentin.'
"th-it has many stranv.e features, and
none Is more strange than the de-sire of the
working Is.p!e to pay the enormous cost of
the vv ir in the Philippine. The Spanish
and Phil IPlin.- wars' will have cost the
?merc n P)Ile .? nnVurt by th- end of
the ll-cil v ear next June. It -the nature
and law-of taxation thnt It fall hc-ivi.st oi
the gnat esinsumlng el-tse-. Jon. whit
do tie fci't for ItT'
MAY HAVE BEEN MURDERED.
Mihb Andne Has Ueen Misinp for
Over a Month.
Dallas. Tex. Oct. Ifi-MI-s II. Andree,
formerly of N. w Y.uk Cit. who came to
Texas in Jlay last. Is missing and detectives
are divided on tic theor lis to v.hether
she hi.s lsn murdered or was lost in the
Miss Andree visited her sister, "JJrs.
Glenn, at Wiihlta. Tex. In July. They
cime to Dallas on a shopping r'f'- -M'"
An.lr.e went alone from Dallas to the
virage of Lewisville. tw.lv e miles from
Dall is ar.il returned on August Tli.
conductor helled her from the train In this
city and that Is the last heard of her.
Nt Ither her sister. Mrs. ;i-nn. nor any or
their frl.rds hnve lwvn able to get n clew
to hr niovmnts after leaving the trjin.
Tr.re H ' bnre i.nslllilty tint JH"
rdree m ly h lVe gone p 5 ilveston Just to
see die citv nnd was lost In the hurricane,
but as il.it dSnrt.r happened more thin
two weeks after her trip to Lewisville. It
U is con-!letd strnnge If she were in O il
veston thit she did not write or jeturn.
The theorv generally accepted Is that the
young woman hns been murdered.
TO PROTECT THE WORKMEN.
Democratic. Clubs Will Report At
tempts at Intimidation.
Chicago. Oct. IS Chairman James K.
Jones of the Democratic National Commit
tee ard William R. H ar.st, pr. sident ot the
National Association of Democratic Clubs,
to-day Isat.l the foliawing cireulir:
In tne Deiiiociatic Ciubs: In the free
ex.rclse of the urt ot Mitfra-e ILm tne
satJt ot the Repai-lic. l-.v.r purnit. every
honest mat.. Is interested In preserving this
right at ah hazard-. Will ou. theiefore.
every inrn of you, lease ri-,c.rt promptly
to one of us every Instance coming to your
knowledge ot an attempt to once or In
timidate any voter by any empioer.
vheth'T a single isrMin. a .ompan or cor
i.orution. and whether attempted by direct
threat, bv the preUn-e of .inters received,
condltiomsl on the election of JleKlnley or
olltrwise.' Kvery s.uch offend r deseive-,
like Cain, to be 'a tiitlve und i vagabond
on the Lice of i.ie c-Jrth. and the public
ought to '--.VkjWs.
"W1LLIA.M It. H BKRT."
VAS AN EMPHATIC OVATION.
Tiioiibunds Cheeied lirtan on His
A nival in New York.
New York. Oct. IS. -William J. Bryan ar
rived in this city at 2SZ o'clock to-day.
His leccptlon wa.s an emphatic ovation. As
the train stcameu Into the annex of the
Grand Central Depot that part of the Im
mense building was thronged with a multi
tude. Colonel Bryan wan driven to the Hoff
man Hojsc In an open carriage. In which
he sat next to Richard Croke-r and, with un
covered head, bowed and smiled to the
thousands wlo cheered him. Forty-second
street presented an animated scene. From
Lexlrgton avenue, on one side, to Sixth
avenue, on the other, the sidewalks were
lined with the populace.
75c to fl.KO Excursion.
Sunday. October list, via Big Four, to
Bunker Hill, Litchfield. Hlllsboro. Noko
mls. Pana. Shelbyvlile. Windsor, JIattcon.
and way stations. Train leaves St. Louis
Z2 a. m. Tickets. Broadway and Chestnut
and Union Station.
FIRST WIFE HOLDS
THE WINKING HAND.
Unlis Thnmpon Can Make Oood
His Decree of Divorce, Fie
Is a Itignnifct.
Omaha. Neb.. Oct. 16. Charles L Thomp
son, a rather handsome and well-dressed
man. who was a cl. rk tn a department
store In St. Louis in IVS". and later, is in
the Dl'trlct Court here trying to make good
a decree of divorce which ho secured In
1SS', and thus avoid the trouble of having
Eicv.n years ago Thompson married JIIss
Jlary. Goodwin at Belleville, III. loiter they
moved to St. LouI, where Thompson had
such dithcuity In making a living that they
made their home with his wife's rarenis.
There they lived until 1SS3. when Thompson,
who hid been working In a department
steire. Is alleged to have spent his earnings
In gambling. He couldn't hold the pos-tlon
and his wife's pirents declined to support
him longer. At Intervals he secured em
ployment, saving J2 n, wet-k out of J15. which
he contributed to Ills wife's support.
Finally he disappear..! altoifther. and
when he returned she went after him for
not surportin? h.s c'lildren. He showed her
a dec-i.e of divorce and declined to pay her
any more nion.y. The next she heard,
Thompson hid married Jibs. Jlargaret R.
Penn of IJollevllle. II!. His sirst wife
1. .iril.il he bad secured nis divorce at
Omaha, and she Ii id the decree "et asld
by- an older of the court, on the ground
that Thompson was a resident of St. Louis,
and had ilvcl in Omaha merely for the pur
pose .if frauduicntlv securing n divorce.
Now Tl.omps. u Is tlghtlrg for the original
divori-e, hoping thit he may i e turn to Jlrs.
Thompson No. 2 unmolested.
iM-ni: im: iN7tt:t;iS)TK vriov.
lust Duy'n Enrollment tiring). KlRnrr
to About I UMMIU.
Registration in the pre-cinets. closed last
night at 'J o'clock. As the returns wlil not
! received by the Board of Election Com
missioners until some time to-day. the ac
tual tifcurcji of the I.Ht day are not yet
ki-own. Secretary Hublitzeliu slated last
nhJU that the etuollnient had been r. ported
lUhtcr than on the two preceding days,
lie was not willing to estimate yesierday s
registration, but tnought it would b about
rimci. and almost cenalaly exceed WO.
Assistants in the otfcce estimated the en
rollment .'.t -3,'JO. ,
l-ii 'luc.'di.y'a le.l'tretlon was 4r.?x. and
last &aiui.. -w Conservative p,rsoi.s
estimate tie r..-.t:a'Icn in the main ol
lii'e at about .Ki. Xiw total registration,
aecepilug the estimate of X.-f. wou.il be
alsjul leilM. The total reglstratinn or Isl
was slightly more than lSi.wo. showing nn
lrcrtas.1 this J ear v.irlng between S.0
a'hll'e the registrations practically closed
last night. tboe pcrons who failed to
enroll lor any t-ood reason may hnve their
names enter, d In the new ikjiI books re
applying to the Board of Election Commis
sioners, in the new City Hail, on Novem
ber L J or 3, when the board will be In
session as a court of appeals. .Mistakes
that wete made in registering persons In
the wtong pteeincts or warn-, duplicate
registrations und all other errors or .inils
slcns will be corrected by the board on
these three diys. Tne clerks will b.gin
canvassing the precincts to-day to cheerf
b-ick the books, and tlia ISonrd of Revision
will meet on October . The books will
W returned on October 22. and the polling
Pines will b advertised on October l
m. . . . ... ..l...n p.na ..III l.A 111 T.mi-
ine Lf Iliocraiii- ..Hii.iii- ... -'." -" 7,
rcss to-da, ar.l the convention will li held
to-morrow in the West Knd Coliseum. Ow
ing to the actlen of the different leaders
in imklng concessions, only one ticket will
be voted on to-dy. Siturd y. October S. Is
the last day for thing nominations with
th. lUiard of Klection Commissioners.
nnMorit tic ikimkv kli:ctio.
Polls Open ni 1 I. M. nnil Close nt V
I'robable 4 mullilnlm.
Thn Democratic pnmar election will lie
h. id to-day. the polls opening at 1 p. m.
hiiJ closing at S p. m. Delegates will he
elected to a convention vvh'eh Is to nom
inate three Circuit Judges, a Circuit Attor
ney, an Assistant Circuit Attorney, a Pub
lic Aaintnlstretor, a sheriff and a Coroner.
The c-onv e.itloii will be held to-morrow,
beginning at 1j a. m.. in l..o West End
'ine election promises to lie a very quiet
one, as there is only one delegation in each
Among the men whoe names will prob
ably !e presented to the convention as can
didal.!, lor tne city oinces are:
circuit Juut,e-villiam L. Garvin. Wal
ter B. Douslas. O'Neill Ryan. John A. Har
rlscn. Charles .Sites. Wniwick itougn.
Circuit Attorney Joseph W. Folk, e.harlea
T. Noland. Ben Clark.
Assistant Circuit Attorney Francis
Thornton. W. Scott Hancock. Thomas Rut
ledge. IMbiie Administrator Garrard Strode.
Sheriff T. Ii. Ballard. Joseph Dlckinann.
Coroner Doctor Heine Jl irks. Doctor R.
M Funkhouscr, Doctor R Jl. Atkinson.
The conventions to nominate three State
Serators and six Representatives will be
held in the legislative districts later.
The City Central Committee will meet
Just before the convention to name the
temporary officers of the convention.
Bryan Club at Oklahoma.
Oklahoma City. Ok . Oct. 16. A Bryan
and Stevenson Traveling Jlen's Club has
been organized here with fifty members.
We. have in stock about five
hundred framed and untrained
Pictures Fictires and Land
scapes incluiiintj subjects of
the old masters, which have
been sh'rjhtfy soiled from han
d.ing. They have been re-marked as
Photographs and Medallions,
Black ami Gold Frames, size
Were 60c, S5c, 95c
Photogravures and Pastels, In
Water Color Fac-Simile, White
and Gold; plain Black, Gold
and Oak Frames;
Water Color Photographs, Pas
tels, Gold, Oak, Black and
Gold, White and Gold Frames;
Original prices vTercSl. 1.60,81.76.
Water Colors. Pastels, Photo
graphs, Etchings, Water Color
$3.50 to $7.50.
Formerly were $7.00 to 815.00.
Photographs, Posters, Water
Former Jy were 25c, 60c, 75c
Water Color Fac-Simile Photo
graphs and Photogravures;
Reduced from 50c, 75c, 81.00.
To be seen in onr newly arranged
Picture Show Room, third floor.
DKt UOODS COHfA.W.
James W. Jump, chairman of the Executive,
Committee of thi National Democrats
Commrcial Travellnc Jlen's Clubs, was
present und addressed the meetlnjr. The
club is a territorial organization, and thi
following ofil.ers w.re elected: President.
William Jl. Croi. Oklahoma City: secre
tary. W. T. Lnnvers of Oklahoma Cltv
Three hundred dollars was subscribed" anl
forwarded to the national president of ths
HER SAD HOME-COMING.
I!nrnnes von Kotteler Arrives in
San Francisco. Ca! . Oct. 16. Amone lh
passengers of the Kmpress of Japan which
arrive.! to-day from the Orient nu th
Baroness von Kettler. nee Ledyard, th
daughter of the president of the JUchluaa
Centra! Railroad. She arrived, accom
panied by her brother ard his bride, whosa
honeymoon has twen spent in a. voyage to
Japnn to brine home the bereaved Baroncsa.
Her nerves had been all but shattered by
her terrlblo experiences, and although sha
Is row bejtlnnlng to recaln her health aha
was too weak to bo Interviewed.
The Iiaronesa was contlned to nr room
for the greater rart of the vovatte. 8ha la
row en route to the home of her lather.
Henry 15. Idyard of Detroit.
MR. GAYLOR'S DENIAL
Declari'N Story About Patrol Sys
tem of Watchmen Is Unfounded.
IMward S. ay lor. assistant general su
perintendent of a Chicago detective agency,
v ho is In c'tnrge ot the branch otllce located
here, denies In miMt positive terms tho
story published In an afternoon paper Mon
day to the effect that his company con
templated the Introduction h-re of the "pa
trol system of prlvat" watchmen. The "pa
trol" sy stem Is one In which private resi
dences and business houses lire guarded by
private watchmen, hired by the dettctlva
aj-eney. over whom, the Pollca Department
cierclse no supervision.
llr. Gay lor s-iys a reporter of tha ca
per In qnstlon called on him Saturday
and asketl him whether the agency waa
soliciting subscribers hem with a view nt
ir.auguratirg the patrol system. Mr. Oay
lor told him the anency had not considered,
thn Introduction of the system here, had
solicited no subscribers, and that the only
business contemplated here was tho trans
action of legitimate detective work. Ha
ras the reporter seemed dissatisfied with
the replies given him. and Mr. Gaylor told
Mm If he was going to publish anything
nbcut the matter, to make as strong es
poribIe the denial of any contempiated
Inauguration of the patrol sstem.
It ma3- become chronic.
It may cover the body with large,
inflamed, burning, itching, scaling
patches and cause intense suffering.
It has been known to do so.
Do not delay treatment.
Thoroughly cleanse the system of
the humors on which this ailment
depends and prevent their return.
Th medicine taken by Mrs. Ida E. vTarf.
Cove Point. Md.. was Hood's Sarsararllla.
She writes: "I had a disagreeable Itching on
my nrms which I concluded was salt rheum.
I began taklrg Hood's Sarcaparilla. and In
two days felt better. It was not long before
I was cured, and I have never had any akin
Promises to cure and keeps the
promise. It is positively qneqnaled
for all cutaneous eruptions. Take it.