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THE KErTHRLTO: SATURDAY, OCTOBEE 20. 1900.
We keep op;n house till
o'clock this evening.
Ready for you with perfect
socfcs and perfect service
clothing, .shoes, hats and
Yes. we'll be bus- but no one
will be kept waiting if we
can help it.
Money back if you want it.
Sol; Atjcnt I BROADWAY t
for Rogers. Tcct I AXI)
&Co. N. Y. I IIOIUUX. S
. tvm. -' vyi a.svvav v
!arr' are showing handsome llrei of new
iwls fur the Fall nnd Winter of 1J. Every
department h-is made extraordinary efforts
prcpjre lor tne riusivi M-iivn m nic ma
y of ISarr's. Early selection Is advised.
TWINS WEDDED TWINS.
"ovv Tliori' Are Six Strangers in
Hltntirgton. W. Va Oct. IS Two droml
ns could not look more nHKr than the
brothers: and n: for the slaters well, .1
couple of green peas In a pod could lu
easier distinguished one from the other
than they. The young men were twins and
timber men and the joung women wcro
tlns Jut girl", ard pretty.
It so happened that the-e brothers and
these sisters met at a. social gathering.
The young women were the belles of Hrce
den. The joung men wor- well-to-do and
handsome. In three -weeks after the flrl
meeting the trnirriasa Irfdls were rinsing
in the village church. Miss Dorothy Free
man became Mr-!. Walter J Svvanson and
Mis I'arthcnla Freeman became Mrs. How
ard K. Swanson.
This was nil very unique and pretty in
lis way. but it was jut the beginning' H
happened about n ear ago.
The oung married folk went to live on
the. old Frer mnn homes'ead Early yester
day Mrs. Walter J. Swaiwn surprised her
husband by presenting him with three
bright and healthy girls.
One hour latr Mrs. Howard E. Swanson
also surprised her husband, when he
learned that she had given birth to three
"I would rather have my twenty-reven
pounds of girls than Howard's thirty
nnunds of bovs " said Walter. "My only
regret is that one of them was not a boy
so I could name him William Jennings
Bryan. But I have done the next tmng 10
t by canine one Willie, nnotaer jennie una
oward, who is the strongest kind of a
publican, has named his boys llama.
cKinley and Teddy.
FAR A COI.il IS TIIC HEAD
Laxative Bromo-Quinlne Tablets.
TO RAISE C0TT0NJn"aFRICA.
American Negroes Employed to
Teach the Natives.
Atlanta. Ga.. Oct. 19 Booker T. Wash
ington, president of Tuskegco Normal and
Industrial Institute for negroes, announced
to-day that officials df the German Gov
ernment had closed a contract with his
school to furnish students to Introduce cot
ton raising among the natives in the Ger
man. colony on the vvet coast of Africa.
On" November S, a party of students,
quipped with cotton plows. Bins, waseni
and carpentary tool3. will sail from New
York for the new tlelds. The party will
lie under the leadership of J. X. Calloway.
Instructor In the institute. The Germans
will pay all expenses of the expedition and
a Rood salary to each m.in.
The expedition N regarded as the begin
ning of a formidable competition wlta
America in the cotton raiiliig industry.
German agents claim that sections of their
African colony can produce at small ex
pense a quality of cotton equal lo mat
ed in tho Southern States 01 America.
Speaker Diiided Time.
Calhoun. Mo.. Oct. 13,-J. W. Suddath
(Dem.) and Samuel Jurden (Rep.), nominee
for Congress for the Sixth District, divided
time in the City Hall last night.
TUB llEitT S HE LllEl'tST
VYHES TOD DUY
You buy the bxt for the last
money. Tou net the List and
cheaptst. Vour grocer keeps It
at the low trice of
Only 25c for Pound Can.
Louis C. Bohlc Livery Co.,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS.
rarrlasca ....It.OO lAnd upwards. accord
Hearse ts.OO ing to distances.
Black Cloth Caskets flri-claaa
rooda, a4o and upnarda.
1123 Client II ul St. Telephone 3Inla SIT
HKAtrVAI3 On rriday. Oetolier 15, lrv. at
1I:W a. m.. Slvan!e A. Ileanvalj. Un of
Frnc.s A. Dtamals iinj lnuBlitrr of the lite
Joseph RoUdoux aped 73 ear and 7 month.
Funeral Sunday, October 21. at : p. m.. from
residence. No. ISIS GratUn street, to t. Vin-
fent a gnurclu tnence to tiivary tii;:Lcrj-. ,u-
Jofeph. alo., ana umica. reo , rarri
Titian copy. . ...
' AH members oi ul Ann a owu i,c..
DEV1NE Thomas revln No. 4HA. Olive
street, ag-cd K jeara. at S:W p. m.. TturUay,
October IS. 10. ot heart failure.
Funeral crtces at Catholic Cathedral. Mary
land and Newstead avenata, at 2:30 p. m.. Sun
day, October 21.
LAMBERT At Potosl. Mo., Thursday. October
15. lsmu. James J. limbert. beloed hubanJ or
llagKia Lambert (nte lleadergast). aged 7 years
1 month and 22 dajs.
l"uneral at Potosl Friday, October 15, at 3 a. m.
JlUMIAtJ-On rriday. Octobir 19. 1300. at his
home In Normandy, ilo.. Joseph JIulhalL husband
of buale MulhalL
Funeral Eonday, October 21. at 2 p. m., ot St.
Ann's Church at Nonxndy, Mo. Interment pri
ate. EHEA On Friday. October 1J. iy. Joeph. be
loved son of John and Margaret Soea, ind
brother of Motrin. Mary. Ljda and Catherine
Shea, aged 23 years.
Funeral from family residence. No. S313 Hick
ory street. Sunday. October 21. at 1:M n. m., to
St.' Kevin's Church, thence to Calvary Ceme
tery. Friends are invited to attend.
. SPENCER On Friday morning, at Detroit.
Mrs. Jane Spencer wife of Samuel Spencer c
Due notice of funeral.
SUliMVAN On Thursday. October U, 190 at
4 a tr "nrah Sulllmn the DelOed Wile Of
tthew Sullivan and motner or jonn, james, i
tthevr, uaniel and I'auiCK suuitan.
uneral from residence. No. MS Norm i-ev-
h street, on Sunday. October ZL at 1M p.' in..
St. Patrick's Church, thence to Calvary Cem
etery. Friends Invited to attend.
Pekln, -.1-. papers please copy.
VACGHAN Entered Into rest. Thursday. Oeto- !
W. . ,f.ti V,in Wnrlw Tlni1 A1 Di t
Martha E. and George B. Vaugfaan.
Funeral services from family residence, Xlrk
wood. Interment private.
Cincinnati, O., and Marshall, Mo., papers please
WILKINSON At Phoenix, Arlt. on Thursday.
October 18. 1100, William J. Wilkinson, son of
Joha 'Wilkinson, ed 25 years and 9 months.
GOSSIP ABOUT AMERICAN
AND ENGLISH AUTHORS.
Mark Twain has come back lo America
w ith all kinds of honors ntil decorations lie
Mowed Uion Mm by admiring Hurepe. How
lightly lie weais theie decorations may h
apprcclateil when it is known that to a
friend who had congratulated him on re
ceHlr.j; the ribbon of the IMjion of Honor.
Mark entertainingly rt plied: 'Tew is
It is a little over fho vears slnc Samuel
I.. Clemens lift Ms native Intnl. inspired by
a motive to which the hlMory of Ilteraturo
cannot show n parallel. ?lx vears ago th
publithing lira of C har'es I Webster .t
Co.. of which "Mr Clemrns was the llnnn
eial barker, falieil. owing a little over JS.
fn At the time It was known that the
author was h.avlly involved, and that he
would practically have to "begin life over
again." as the saving goes. Iiut whit was
not even suspecttd was that Mr. Clcmtns
had nssumed res: onsibilitv for all the f.rtn'a
Ar.d now this br.wo a-.thor Ins returned,
not only with il'lits paid not o'llv with the
subline ronscloiiMi'ss th.it he has reijultod
a self-lnit.ned !iir.il obl'.g ill"", but with
the contntmnt. and It imy le tlio pride,
that s'leh are the pres nt unineumbered
rojaltles from his books that If he were nev
er to put pen t paper ag-iln. or never again
stand upon tho lerjure platform, he could
pas tlio 'est of his life far removed from
the strain of affairs nnd the martvniam of
The rcn name "Mark Twain." br which
Mr Samuel I.. Clemens Is letter known than
that of his christenine:. is responsible for
this story which the great humorist anl
author tills about himself
It seems that a little Xpt Zealand girl
wrote him thai her fitlier lud ..i!d that
hlj proper name was Clemens, but thai sho
insisted that it was Mark Twain. The rea
son she knew better than her father was
because Clemens was the name of the m in
w-ho rold patent medicine. Phe liked lh
name of Mark why. Mark Anthonj was In
Mr Clemens ieplld to his little corre
spondent that he was glad to hear from her.
and as Mark Anthony had got into the
Bible. "I am not without hopes mjself."
Mr. Kipling seems to hive no Parliamen
tary ambition, but a provlmial pap-r has
nominated him foi Town Councilor, apptr
ently on the ground that he keeps a motor
carriage, and could thus go to tho meetings
of the Council In state, writes V. I Al len
from Lordon. If the possession or a motor
carriage qualifies a man for holding the
ofllce of Town Councilor, perhaps a man
vvoufd be qualified to represent a constitu
ency in Parliament on the grouid that h?
owned a canoe or a ten-tonner. Perhaps
Mr. Jerome will ask to be elected because
lie cwns a boat In which "Three. Men" once
made a memorable cruise.
"Famous AmericaT rselles of the Nine
teenth Centurv." from the pen of Virginia
Tatnall Peacock, will shortly be Isued by
the Lipplncotts There will be twenty full
page illustrations in the book, in addition
to a frontispiece in colors, and it will In
clude mention of nil the most famous belles
of tho different sections of our country dur
ing tach decade of the century
Charles Scribner's Sons are publishing
Ilarrle's "Tommy and Grizel." the advanced
demand for which has called for the ptlnt
ing of C-U" coplts before ptislicatlon; Quil-ler-Couch's
"Old Fires and Profitable
Ghosts." Paul ISourget'H collection of tales
called "Domestic Dramas." translated by
William Marchant, and Alexander Clack's
"The Girl and the Guardsman."
One of the most interesting political arti
cles that lias appeared thus far in the cam
paign lb contributed to the current I -ue ot
Collier's Weekly by ex-Govertuir William J.
Stone of Missouri, the vice chairman of the
Xational Democrat'c Committee. Mr. Stone
writes oa "Democracy vs. Imperialism."
The great ice-brcakirg steamer, which was
built for the Siberian railroad to use in
conveying trains across Lako Baikal. Is
deserlbtd bj Htnry Norman and pictured
in tho November Scribner's. This Meamer
can crush through ice twmty feet thick.
J M. Rarrie's great serial. "Tommy and
Grizel." reaches a conclusion in the No
vemUor Scrlbaer'w with a most unexpected
situation. The wonderful skill with which
Tommy has been portrayed commands the
greatest aamiratlon for Uarrie's ability as
a roan of imagination and as a writer. The
demand for the story in book form Is so
large that an tditlon of V.i'M was printed
With Its Novcmbtr is.-ue, the Century
Magazine begius. a jear of romance, during
which n.any of the miut famous l.ving writ
ers of fiction villi contribute to the nuga
lzne short siOtUs, nove.s or novelettes. The
leccptlon au-wUed "The Helmet of Na
varre," begun In tho August number. Indi
cates that the proposed departure will be a
popular one. s-iid. with such names as Uud
ard Kipiins. Mrs. Uuniett. iiret Harte.
Lew Wallace, We.r Mitchell, Miss Wiikln",
Winston Churchill, Howiiis, Jauie-i, liotris.
Cable. Stockton, Page, Austey and Ian
Maclaren to nolo but these few the
conductors of the Century are rretty euro
to meet the tastes of all lovers of liction.
The conspicuous success of novels by
American writers within the last three
j cars -eetns likely lo be continued. The
publishers of "David Haruin" are about to
issue an Important novel which Hamlin
Garland has produced,"The Hagle's Heart."
and It Is understood that they are scoring
successes with Mr. E. Hough's brilliant
story. "The Girl at the Hiltway House,"
and with Doctor Harton's "Pine Knot" and
Mr. Altsheler's romance of the Civil War,
"In Circling Camps."
A new magazine. "The World's Work," is
announced by Douolrday, Page & Co. of
New York. It will lie a lirt-hand maga
zine of human progress.
The Macmillan Company announce a book
by W. Carow Hazlitt on "The Itl-e. Growth
nnd Tall of the Venetian Renuhlic," In trfo
volumes. The story of this Kepubllc of the
Middle Ages Is of great interest to all stu
dents of man's prognsi in self-government.
Everett T. Tomllnson. who Is a favorite
author of historical stories for young pco-
Immenss popularity explains
10 year Old
Always delights and never
It never lowers lis high standard
It never varies its perfect purity
and mellcw flavor.
It satisfies everybody else.
Now, satisfy yourself.
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Illustrated Announcement of the new volume for J0J,
and also a sample copy of a recent issue containing:
Andrew Carnegie's article on "Thrift."
Special Subscription Offer
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The Youth's Companion,
THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOSTON, MASS.
pie, has Just issued through Messrs. Hough
ton. Mifflin & Co. a story of the days of tho
Involution, calletl "In the Hands of tho
Iledcoats." It Is a good s,tory. told with all
the author's known tidelity to the atmos
phere of the period rf which he writes.
"Fortune's ltoats." a story for girls by
ISarbara Yechton, has been Issued by the
s-ame publishers'. This author's books are
aluns in demand by girl readers, and
they will not be disappointed in "Fortune's
Mrs Arthur ICennnrd has written a novel
which has to do with the life of an Ameri
can heiress who married an nncliidi noble
man for ambition's sake, and who came to
find, through nil her devotion to rmart so
ciety nnd the power of place, that he was a
man worth loving. It Is published by J. II.
The new edition of Thomas Xelon Page's
"The Old Gentleman of the Illack Stock" U
particularly attractive. It Is bound In deli
cate green nnd trimmed in gold and Ivory.
The charm of tha book lies In the colored
llluvtnitlons, which are excdlent. Tho story
itself Is already known to readers cf this
talented author. (Scribners.)
The Scrlbncrs have also issued Charles
Warren's book of fetching morles, "Tho
Girl and the Governor." There is something
of the attractiveness nnd freshness of
youth and the healthy srirlts or college Ilfo
to be found In these stories, aside from
their clever presentation ot political affairs
nnd their bearins upon the seriousness of
What 13 sild to be the most elaborate
work t attempted by John Fo.t, Jr.. is a
Kentucky tale of love and war. which
Charles Scribner's Sons will shortly 1mi
under the title of "Crittenden." It is, flrat
or all. a love story, with the central figures
a young Kentucklan and his brother, who
find thtm'tlvcs In the lighting at Santiago,
ono as n regular and the other as a volun
teer. The action begins In Kentucky, and
paM.es to Cuta by way of the great muster
ing camps of Cblckamau,ja and Tampa, nnd
then returns fcr Us final scenes to Ken
tucky us-i3. Tho characteristic charm of
this author's narrative s.tjle is, of cour.'e,
enhanced by hi own experiences hid
throughout the Cuban campaign.
About thrco jears aco. after hl3 experi
ence In the Graeeo-Turkth War. the law
Stephen Crane looked abou him. as It were,
for a subject In which he might combine
hij actual war experience with his Imasl
nation as revealed i:t "The Ktd ISadse ot
Courage." He began a sric9 of sketches
entitled "Great Hattle-3 of the Woild."
These Include the mort famous and declflva
battles of hlbtory. and in them the author,
wlille adhering faithfully to hittoric.U facts,
has shown a wonderful power in visualiza
tion and not a little of the clement of mil
itary criticism. The volume is about lo -pear
through the 1-ippincotts, with ei';nt
Illustrations, by John Sloano.
B. K. llcnson's first novel. "Who Goes
There 7" which, as has before beta stated,
deals with the mental ailllctions of 'am
mesla," will be published licit week by The
"The Hosts of the I.urd." Mrs. Flora An
n.e Steele's new novel, will be shortly pub-li&lie-d
by the Macmillsn Company, 'the
scene Is laid in India, and In It tragedy, his
tory and comedy are ald to be entertain
ingly combined, thus making a book very
cltleient from "On the Faco of the Waters."
which v.uu this author her early imputa
tion. Tho November Atlantic is ta bring for
ward Miss Jewett as a historical novelist,
with the fortunes of the Now Kngland loy
alists for her subject. Her story," The Tory
Lover," will be continued through sis. num
bers, and when complete will part.y fill Ilia
gap between tho little group of Wcntwortli
novels and poems and the modern fiction of
Doctur Holmes and Mr. Aldrich.
Ullen Thornycroft Fowler, nuthor of "The
Fanlngdons" and "Isabel Camaby," will
shortly publish through U. Appleton & Co.
a new volumo of fiction entitled. "Cupid's
Garden." The volumo is bald to be In a
much lighter vein than any of her previous
woik. She shows herself, too, as the mis
tress of the nrt of itory-telling. according
to the French rather than the Knglisli
school. Maarten Maartcns has also a new
book, which will be published by the same
house. It Is a collection of Bhort stories1,
which arc all intimately related to the title,
"Some Women I Have Known."
The Popular Science Monthly for Novem
ber, which Is the first number of Volume
lvil. opena with one of a series of articles
by Professor Simon Ncwcomb, entitled
"Chapters on ho Stars."
The following Louks ha bcn sent to Th
P. public fr review: ...
From J. I lioland nook and Btatlonery Com
pany. 4S North Fourth street fct. Louln
"rortune's Iioat." I'y llaitara Vechtoa.
Boston: lliiushti a. Mifflin & Oi. Jl.M.
"In tho Hards of the Hclcoats: A Tale of
the JVrfv Miip nnd ths Jy t-'hore In tha
Days of th- Ilevolutlon." llv Uvcrett T. Tomlln
ron. lioston: lb.ushton. MlUlta & Co. Sl.SQ.
From the Publisher-,
"Tha sjecon.l I-ady Delccmbe." Hy Mm.
Arthur Kennaxd. I'hliadelrhla: J. D. LJprlncott.
CotiKheil Forty-rive Years.
Mrs. S. J. Kountz. lOlj Scoval street.
Nashville. Tenn.. writes to The Peruna
Medicine Co.. Columbus. O.: "I have had
a cough nearly all my life and I am t" years
old. rerun cured ray cough and greatly
Improved my general health."
Faculty of the State University
Will Suppress liowilyistn.
Columbia. Mo., Oct. 19. The faculty of the
Missouri State University has taken prompt
action in regard to the rowdyism of a
large number of the university students
during the recent visit of the KIrksville
football team to Columbia. As a result of
the investigation made by the Discipline
Committee, one student has been expelled
from the university ar.d six others have
been suspended for various lengths of time.
C. S. ArrltiRton a Snlclde.
Fort Worth. Tex.. Oct. 13. C. S. Arring
ton. a telegraph operator for the Fort
Worth nnd Itlo Grande Hallway at Brown-
rinrtantly killed yesterday. a"a ana
Knvemher lt- smrilnrt $1 75 wifh
publication, will receive the nine
The Companion FREE, nd then
full jear, until January I, 1902.
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3Iany Favor Supplemental Creed,
Some Itevision and Otliera
Want Question Dropped.
Philadelphia. Pa. Oct. 13. The voto of
tho presbyteries on the question of the re--i"Ion
of the Confession cf Faith, as thu3 far
rerorted. Is as follows: For revision only.
30; declaratory statement, 2; supplemental
creed, 20; substitute creed. 10; dismissal of
the whole rubject. Z3; revision and supple
mental creed. 10; total number of presby
teries votins. 110.
There are 232 presbyteries. Including
twenty-one la foreifra lands, most of which
will not ote In time for the report of the
committee, and there are flshtecn presby
teriea which have only one meeting durli.g
tho year, in the spring.
A report will be presented by the com
mittee to the General Assembly, which
meets In this city next Hay, with recom
mendations. The votes of two-thirds of
tho presbyteries will be necessary for the
assembly to send down any overtures on
The presbyteries votintr for revision de
sire, as a rule, modillcation of certain ex
pressions, such as "Elect infants dying jn
infancy," which they ask to have changed
so ns to read. "Infant dying In infancy
arc included in the election of grace. '
The majority of these presbyteries aik
that the revision be along the lines of the
reports submitted by the KcWslon Com
mittee of 153i
l'rcsb terles which voted for a declara
tory statement desire to have such an ex
planation of disputed points in the confes
sion as adopted in May. 1S73. by the United
Presbjterlun Church of Scotland, which, in
connection with the question of salvation
of infants, has adopted the following:
"In accepting the standards, it is not re
quired to be held that any who die in in
fancy are lost."
The advocates of a supplemental creed do
not dealre to do anything with the confes
sion, but simply to add to tho confession
a bnef statement of Calvinlslic doctrine in
lteward Offered for Murderers.
Nashville. Tenn.. Oct. 19. The Nashville.
Chattanooga and St. Louis Hallway and
the Government to-day otftrtd a reward of
Jl.tHXl for the arrest of Nathan and Thomas
Nash, two negroes, chaixi-d with the fcul
murder of Watchman Thomas Johnson of
the railroad elevator at Johnsonvllle. lie
was struck on the head with a bludgeon,
the motive being robbery. While Johnson
liy unconscious he was beaten to death.
The authorities have positive evidence
against the negroes, and If captured they
stand a good chance ot being lynched.
Wants to i:tHllixh Italian Colony.
KI.1 Lld.IC fcl'EClAL.
Nashville. Tmn.. Oct. 19. A Catholic
priest, just from Italy. Is here conferring
with Bishop Burns and the State authori
ties with a view of securing 5,(M) acres ot
land in Tennessee on which to establish a
large Italian colony.
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SENATOR J. H. IIKIITIY OV ARKANSAS.
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1IONORAI!I.E A. M. riOCKKRT.
rrineetin Mjn.lay Oct. It It a. m.
Triitnn. M .rnl-iv Oct 77 7 J. "l.
Oi'tll. cthe. Tu.'Jay. O't zf. Jl a. m.
llitniltf.:i TnrMisr. Oct a 7 p. r.
kIi. k. Wci-.-.iy ivt 21. I p m.
N,"rl.rn. T'-.mlar. O-t 2' 1 p. m.
Ci-rr.Htnn Tu-siai. Oct. 2i 7 p. m.
1 rl FrH o. t :5 lp nt
l-imlll. i-tnr.ttr iVt. 27. 1 n. m
Franklin. SilnMay r-r. 27. 7 p. m.
wIItnn Mrn.lar. Oct. y. 71 p. m
Icrtunmcry ny Th'if"1iy. X"v t. t r. ro.
f't. Char!c. Trurlav Nor. 1 7 3 p. m.
r.orl-irn. Thurfdiy. Oct. 2S. 10 a. ra.
frrolltcn. Thur'dar. Oct. !"s 2 p. in.
o.lesa. S'aturdH. net 27. 1 v in
riOORAHLE VI. I IIHVT'IN.
Washburn. Jlcndly. Oct. 22. 1 p. in.
i'urdy. iltnJjy, Oct. Z2. S P. m.
arl Junction. Tuesjjy. o.t. 21. 1p.m.
r;rtervtlle. 1u-,lay. Oct. 23. S p m.
rfirid. vvrt:p.i!ay. tct. :t 1 p. m.
VJaUr. V.VJneijy, ikt. 21, S p. ni.
I.bbc rry. Thursday. Oct. Z. I r. in.
lmncwrK. Oit. zrH t p. m.
iiirttMKe. ot. :. S v ni.
Jtnckv CovttHt. Oct 27, 1 p. m.
:inby Saturday. Oct. 27. p. m.
t--tif (ll), vtnn.Iay. Oct. ( p. m.
l.ler.jcch. TiirikUy, Oil. 30. 1 p. m.
JIH.il Oct M. j ,,.' ,. "
l.rtr Krlrtnr. Nov. 2. 1 p. m.
Ndi. ti.r.!a. Nov. 3. 1 p. m.
t.x.'nun. s.turii.iy. Nov 3. i p. ra.
Joplln. Mondav. Nor. S S p. in.
JcncburK. Monday. Oct. 22. 7:30 p. m.
khtn!at.d. Thursdiy. Oct. 2j. 7l30 p. m.
. jiiuh I', rnuj. l.ci. i7i. I p. ni.
Htmunn. rrl.la Oct. W. 7:20 p. m.
Mfclunl.'si'.i: saiunlay. Oct. 2;. 1 p. ra.
St. I'lmrlrs flty. Saturday. Oct. i7. 7,38 n. m.
Cintcr. M,r..Ut. Ov't. 23. 1 p. m.
I'crry. Mon lay. Oct. 2a. 7 JO p. rn.
!.aMnla. TueMay. Oct. 3. 1 p. m.
Mount Carmel. Tuesday. Oct. SO. 7J p. ra.
MMdlctrmn, Vednej.Uft. Oct. 3i. 1 p. m.
IllUUwer, W.dnesuajr. Ott. 21. 7:3 p. m.
KonatI. Thuiilav. Nov. 1. I p. ra.
Mwcow, Tliurda. Nov. 1, l.l'i p. rn.
St. Cfcarles County, l'rldiy, Nov. 2 and Sat
uM.iy. Nov, 2
Cunyvlile. M.mdar. Nov. 5. 1 p. m.
UONOKAIILE K. II. COOKK1.LU
DthJliy. Muuda). Oct. 22. 1 p. m.
Aiban, lLfrf.), Oit. , 1 p. m.
ht.inl.ury. TuMijy. o.t. st 7 p. m .
llrnt city. W ruiiraday. Ott. Jl. 1 p. ra.
Urvti!t.. ThirKtey. Oct. 2i. 1 p. ra.
PUtubuiK, t'ridiy. Oct. 2S, I p. ra.
Uaylll Ratl.r1.iy. Oct. 27. 1 p. m.
Ntw L..ndon. Monday. Oct. 2J. 1 p. ra.
llaunlbal. Monday. Oct. 29. 7 p. m.
Independence. Tuesday, Ott. 2jI. 1 p. m.
K&n.-as ClIJ. Tut-day. Ot-t. 3). 7 p. in.
llatrlscnvlli. VVdne5lay. Ott. 31, 1 p. rn.
Piea'.jnt lllll. VWdnciay. Oct. il, , p. m.
Warsaw, Thurdu), Nov. 1. I p. rn.
lr.ior. Trida). Nov. 2. 1 p. in.
Srdalia. Saturdas. Nov. 3. 1 p. m.
K notin'ffitr. Monday. Nov. , 1 p. rt,
Vamr.!'urc. Jloniiay. Nov. t. 7 p. m.
llOXOltAIiU: JAMES COONEV.
A'hlan I. V eaa'sday. Oct. 2. 2 p. ra.
ilaitruur? v eJnt.Uay. Oct. 24. 1:3) p. ra,
(Uicuw. rtiurkajy. ucl. Is 7yo p. in.
bl acKlctoid. Satuiilay, Oir. 2o, T.ZQ p. m.
Aintroi.:. Monuay. Oct. 22. 2 p. m.
Ixjetta. Mocoay. uct. 11. ?.So p. m.
l:A.lboro. 'Xuday, Oct. 13. 2 p. m.
Nt Franklin, 'iie&day, Oct. 13. 7:Cu p. m.
HONOltAlJlJS IU .V. nj:vma.n.
Patterson, Monday. Oct. 12. 7 p. m.
Mill sjjrlrc. lu.Mla, Oct. Zi. p. m.
orunuin. Vedr.es0ay, Ott, 21. 7 i. m.
wuivw &pilc. inurfiday. v.t. j 7 p. rn.
EMuiadu tfpzinit. .ituica. Oct. 2,. 7 p. ra.
UONOitAUU: JAiltii A. ltKUL..
Bt. Louis. West ITnJ Collacuci. ilunJay. Oct.
22 a p. ra.
Kld.rauo Sprtns. Tuajay, Oct. 23. t p. m,
Nevada. WvinvdUay. O. I. a4. 2 p. in.
VVebu Ol, Tunway, Oct. 23, 1 p. m.
Joplm. Thursday. OcU . i.4t p. in,
bprtniiflrld. FMa), Oct. XI 1 p. m.
lUvhland. eatuKa), Oct. 27. 1 d. ra.
llU.SUli.VUl J. V. 1. VaNUIVER.
Morn.oue. 1-LciMay. Oct. 73. I p. m.
ittiutntrrbVille, VvrUnwiay, Oct, 2, 7 p. ni.
Cutluunocd 1'oinl. iuui.ua. Oct. w, u a. Oa,
llatl. l&ur,a). KM. 7. 7 p. in.
HoiQcnv.llr, r 1 10a j. O1.1. .(, il m.
? natn. briOa LK.U 2, 7 p. in.
llolccmb. Saturday. Ocu 27. t p rn.
Kenutt. batL,rda. Oct, 2i. 7 p. in.
lvmona. Monda)'. Oct. 39. 1 p. m.
el t'lilia, Monday, oc. !. 7 p. m.
Moudy. lursday. Ovt. ,ll m.
Uaitcrafipld. 'luealay. Oct. 2o. 7 p. m.
HONORAUIJ: JAS. T. UiOfD.
Quen City. Monday. Oct. 12, 1 p. ra.
lAncart'r. Tuesday, Oct. 23. 1 p. m.
CVwitk. llle. Tuesday, Oot. 23. 7 p. ta.
Mtmphl. Wednesday, Oct. 21. 1 p. in.
Kahuaa, VV nine-day, Oct. 34. 1 p. rn.
Rahoka, Thurtlaj. Oct, 25. I p. m.
lteei. Thurcda. Oct, S, 'p. in.
Memphii. Iliuifday. Oct. 2C. 1 p. m.
1 I'lata. S.iturda). Oct. 27. 1 p. ro.
!ler. Monday. Oct. a, i p. in.
ltaring. Tliurniay. Nov. J. 1 p.
folony, lalday. Nov. 3. 1 p. m.
Ieer ltldK. Friday. Nov. 2. 7 1
I-'llnn. taiuraay. .-ov. i.
Clarence, Mendvy, Nuv. 5. 7 p. m.
uonorauu: J J. RUSSUU.
Slkeston. Friday. Oct. 2. 7 p. m.
l'oplar ltiu.T, featuiday. Oct. 17. 8 p. ra.
Carutbersvllle. Mvndaj, Oct. 23, 7 p. ra.
Kcnnett. Tutiday. Oct. 30. 7 p. ta.
llokimb, Wt.huida), Oct. 21, 1 p. m.
atal.lrn. Wednetday. Oct. 31. 7 p. ra.
UloordStid. Thursday. Nov. 1. 7 p. ra.
ItONORAIILE V. A. UAhL.
Terry County. Oct. 3 and 24.
Jukfon. Thursday, txt, 23. 1 p. ra.
llonne Tcrre, 1 rlday. Oct. 25. 7 p. in.
Ikw Hun. Saturday. Oct. 27. 7 p r.i.
Klrxucod. Monday. Oct. 7. 7:J0 p. ra.
Adslr Cennty. Tuediy, Oct. 31.
Karlnr. Thurs-lny. N. 1. 1 p. m.
Uollvar. Saturilaj. Nov. 3. 1 p. rn.
HONORAIH.E PKIU1V S. ItADER.
Itrnnsnlek. Monday, Nov. t. 7 p. ra.
HONOR VI1U: JAMES R. WADDIIi.
Fcrsuuun. Thorda. Oct. 22. i p m.
IIO.SOItAlllj: T. 1. 1UXET.
riat Rlr Tuedar. Oct. 23.
Ueauchamp. bulphur Sprine Vernoa County,
Frtcay. Oct. 24. 1 p..nu
Crefchton. aturda. Oct, 27, 1 p. m.
Balem. Satunlay. Nor. 2, 1 p. m.
honoi'.aui.l; JOHN A. lee.
Joplln. Tuet.lay. Oct, S3, t p. m.
CaritaRe. VVednoday. Oct, 24. 7:31 p. ra.
Oronoo. Thur-dty Oct- 2o. 70 p. in.
lUlIlam. Friday. Oct. 26. 7:30 p. ra.
srnnrnld. Saturday. Oct. 27. 7:30 p. m.
Hlx. Monday. Oct 25. 7:34 p. in.
Moscow Mill'. Tuesday, rut. , 1 p. ra.
Wlnfleld. Tucsdar. Oct, 30, 7.20 p. m.
11 anon, Nov. 3, 1 p. rn.
Conway Fattudiy. Nov. 3. 7lJ0 p. m.
IIOXORADLIS II. MARTIN WILLIAMS.
BUlvar. Saturday. Oct. 13, 1 p. ra.
llermltare. Monday. Oct. 22. I p. ra.
Ofceola. Tuesday. Oct. 22, 7 p. ra.
Clinton, Wednesday, Oct, 74, 7 p. in.
UoonvlIK Thursiiaj;, Oct 23. 7 p. m.
Hannibal. Friday. Oct. 2. at 1 p. ra.
HONORARLE II. R. IIAWE3.
Eprtnenell. Oct. 27. 7:10 p. m.
Sllex. Mondiy. Oct. 23. at 7S0 p. m.
Mcwcou- Mill". Tuetday, Oct. 30. If. a
Wlnfleld. Tuesday. Oct. 30, 7:30 p ra.
Lebanon. Nov. 3. 1 p. ra, and 7:30 p. m.
HONORAI1LE O. H. AVEltY.
St. Charlt. Oct. 20. 7-30 p. rn.
I'-owllne: Orten, Oct. 32. 7SO p. m.
Annada. Oct. 23. 7:30 p. rn.
Irankfort, Oct. 21. 2:30 p. ra.
Faibr, Oct. 25. 2 p. ra.
Hurt lllll, Oct. 35. 7 JO p. rn.
FLEECED IN AN OLD GAME.
Farmer Hold Up by Bogus Officer
John T. McCulIough. a farmer, living near
Selma. Tenn.. was fleeced by three men
yesterday morning. McCulIough Is reg
istered at the Illinois House. He cam to
St. Louis with J30O. which he proposed to
invest in a lucrative business1.
At the corner of Twelfth street and Wash
ington avenue he fell in with a atranjer,
who Introduced himself as a Kentuckian.
When they reached the corner of Fifteenth
street the Kentucklan proposed to set up
the drinks and they went Into a saloon. A
dice box wa Introduced. A third man came
fnrwnrd. A bet was made. The Kentucklan
borrowed 1U from McCulIough to bet and j
lost He borrowed i.jj more, .is ne paaseu
the money over the third man seized it and
run out of the saloon. McCulIough started
after him, when a man .stepped up and
flashed u star. ...
i nm an officer and I place you under
arresL You have been gambling." While i
McCulIough stood there dumfounded the i
Mh.p men made their escape. The "uffleer"
toll McCuliough If he would take a train
out of tho city ho would not report the case.
McCulIough agreed, but on the way to
Union Station met a policeman, to whom he
related his experience. Together they went
back to investigate. They arrested tho
"officer." who proved to be Charlea Scott.
Chief Desmond took the caw before Acting
Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Braden and
procured a warrant charging grand larceny
against Scott. The police are after the
other two mi-n.
Tlie neat I'reacrlptlon for Malaria,
CLilla and Fever la a bottle of Orora'a Taateteas
Jhll! Tonic It I. eimply Iron and quinine la a
Ustelesa form. No cure no pay. Price 60c
Ilia Specialty lVs Forged Checka.
Xtuhvl.1. T.BBO,. Oct. 13v-vW. T. TuostaU.
Renicn fltr. Oct. rt. ; n. it
Martirifburp. Kt .-X 7.3m p. m.
Wellvlll. i.k t. 27. 2 p. tn.
Monirorrery lty, Oct 77. 7.20 p. ra.
Warrvnton. Oct. 2?. 7.20 p. in.
XI a. Oct. 20. 7:3t p m.
MrrtVlllF. Kt. ?1 !tl p. in.
Jllterry Nov. 2. 7u0 p rn.
Mexico. Nov 3. " 31 p rn.
Troy. Nov. 5. 7 p rn.
1IONOI..VI1I.E K. 1 CROW.
Tarkl. Mcnday. ot 22. I p. rn.
Ro.kr-rt. Monday. lt 22, . p. in.
M.-'ind 'ity Tile-day. Oct 23. I p. in.
ldxon. ThuiMtiy. o-t 23. 7 p. ni
V!nna. Tliur'day. Ot t. 73. 1 p m
Japin. Frarklin Crunty. I r' "ay. O t. 2S. H-)
i'.t. fliir. Frark'in IVunty. Friday. Oct. X.
7' p in
ft IjU' C1I-. Katilrdiv. Oi 27. 7 p. ru
lllra. s'.'iturdiy .N.i 3. I p 111
HONOIt.VHI.l-. J V f.VltRIS.
tV.abl.jii Mt i.Jay, Oct 22 1 r ra.
t..liar. Tu.i,v im 27. 1 p ni
Humansiill.-. VXedre-.l-iy t t .4, I p ra.
l'alrfla Thun3a o, t 2". 1 p. in.
Wilnnt !ro. Frl.la, Oct. V. M p. 111.
latin. TurFdaj. o, t an, 1 p. in.
Oiam.'l. VVMnevlav. tlct. 21. 1 p. in.
SL Janie. Friday. Nov. 2. 1 p. in.
IIIINORM.IJ.: R . ! VV'ION.
Itocknort. Monday 7..-V ".. 7 p al
IlflNOUAHI.i: LKK MKRIWKTHER.
l'.kh lllll. 3!.nday. a: j 7l7j p m.
J. plln. Tuda. Ott jt. h x. in.
W.I.I, ritv. We1ne-dn. cct 21 7-30 p. m.
i'arl Junttlin. Tl.urday. Oit 2i. 7.3i p. 1.1.
IIONORAIJI.E I). A Ii: AKMOND.
Vlririnia. Monday. ct J2, 7.20 p nu
Jfplln. Tuesday. Ovt, 23. , So p. m.
U.ilm. Wedne-day. Oct 21. .& p in.
St.vkton, Thursd.y. Oct. a. 1:3) p. ra.
Orreola. Friday. Oit. , ijlp. m.
Iiwrj liy. Saturday, o, t 27. 1 31 p. rn.
I'lttsMl!-. .Vlumlay. km t. 2?. Ui p. r.i.
Straturr. Tuenlav. Oct J", I p. PI.
1'tcaiant lllll. Tuixlai On 3" 7lS p rn.
Alt. n.i. lnedav. iHt 31. U p in.
Summit CVntre. W.Ir.eIa. lct. 21. 7.30 p. ra.
J.er. Thurdiy. Nov 1. J3n p. ra.
CoMe.-i city. Fnrta No. r. Ian r- ri.
IMkncK.l. Frfda). N. v. 2, 7J. p. rn
Cnenrield. S.,turda. Nuv. 2. 1:20 p. ra-IIO.NORAI'.I.I-.
II. N rillLLIFri.
Carutheill . Thur!ay Oct. 23. 1 p. ra.
A"Iano.. satunliy. Oct 37, 1 p. m.
Van Huien. 3Ion.lay. Ool Tt. 3 p. ra.
Cr&ttdln. Tii.stlay. Oct 30. 7 p. in.
Orenll!e. TnurIay, Nov. 1. 1 p. .n.
IH-nh ban. saturdly. No 3. 1 p "n.
HONORARL1-: TRANK II FARRIS.
Keif.-. Mondiy. Oot. 22. 1 n. ra.
Nrnh-irif. Monda. o t 22. 7 p. ra.
Salllan. Tue,ia. Oct 23. 1 p. rn.
r-icltlo. Tudi;. O t 22 ! p m-
W.ntrl.le V,dn-dav. Oft 21. 1 p. :n.
l.i I'lita. Tburri.r. Ot. 23. 1 p. rn.
Klrku, III.. IilOv. O-t 2C I p. ra.
I-incater. Sat'irdaj. Oct. 27, 1 p m.
Memrlil". M'.nlay. 0?t 21 1 rn.
HONORAHLR II. CL.VY HEATHEn,
Pt. Loul City. Monday and TdeIay night.
O. t. 2 and 23.
!.'.tn. Friday Oct. K. IS) p. m.
I-iIWie. Thurvdny. Oct 23. 7 p. m.
Muntic.llo. Frilay. l't. 25 7 p. ra.
Canton Saturday. O. t. 27. 7 p. in
HONORAIH.i: EDWARD RORD.
Irortnn. Tuesday. Oct 23. 1 p. rn.
riImnt. Tu'f.lav. -t. J. " p. m.
Vurrlll Ft.rlnei. VV1n,iT iv-t. 21. 1 p. n.
l.jr. We.lie.,1 ty. Oct. 24 7 p. rn
lai:.ron. Trvuidty. Oct 23 1 p. in.
ltretnIH. Thursday. Oct 23. 7 p. m.
TClmms-ivIck. Frldiv. 0"t. 2C. 1 p. in.
1 solo hrldav. tw-t 3 7 p. m.
l'otol Siturdav. Oct, 27. 1 p ri.
1IONORAIJI.K A. It. K.VI.I.MF.TETt.
Cle Cvtnp. M. ndty. Oct. 22. 7 p. m.
l.il.. Cwk. TilMday. Oit. it. 7 p. tn.
Itnv'U- nnd V.Vstw.l. WlnewTny. Oct. 21.
I'llct Grove ur.d ilelstnhe'm.r. Thursday, Oct,
Peer. Monday. Oct. 23. 1 p rn.
ltitzor, Monday. Oct. 25. .:30 p ra.
Wner' Hill. Tudiy. Ot. 30 I p. rr.
Warr.nton. TuMday. O-t. 30. 7:20 p. IP.
HONORAm.E THOMAS 1 ANDERSON.
Pt, Louis. Thursday. Oct. 23. 8 p. ra.. Anchor
HONORAHIj; C. 1). CORCJt.
Rmn-nrtck. Frldav. Oct 25. 7 p. m.
Kejtesvlll.. s.tturday. Oct. 27. 1 p. m.
HONORAIlLi: K. J!. RICHMOND.
Milan. Wi-dn.day. Oct. 21. 1 p. m.
Linneus. Thursday. t)ct. 23. 1 p. ra.
tvnter. IVl-lay. Oct. K. 1 p. m.
La. I'lata, saturdiy Ott 2. 1 p pi.
HONORABLE ItHOt'Kd CLAT.
Ilepton City. Oct is. 7.3) p in.
1'ar a. Oit. 2. 7S p. rn.
Jackie 1. Oct. 27. 7W p. m.
iiant, Nrv. 3. 7:30 p. ni.
HONORAHIJJ W. P. ANTHO.NT.
Festus. 3Scnday. Nov. ft. 7:30 p. ra.
HONORAHLE DAVID WVLI.ACE.
tlcmUr!: Gt. n. 'lucrday. Oct. 13, I p. m.
Troy. Tu.di. Oct. 2.. 7. p. in.
St. Charu. VW.3 elu. Kt. 21 7J1) p. m.
il.ratKoiat-y City. Tlu.sdi,. ot. 23. 7,30 p. ra.
WUavlI,e. Fr.day. Oot, 2v. 7l3j p. m
IlriVUILNu I'OCTOR llCUHCV.
WMt Plain.. WedneaJay. Oct. 31 l:3i p. m.
1'oinona. VV ediKilay. LKu 31. 7 ) p. m.
Mi-untiun ltvv, 'it.urs.ia. -nov 1. i.2ti p. ra.
Willow tprtni:-'. Thuisday, Nev. 1. 'Hi p. m.
Calil. I rlday. Nov. 2. 1 p. m.
ltolivstr. satui.iay. Nov. 3.1i. ra.
It. public, Monda. Nov. &, 7i p. ra.
HONORABLE W. 1. lJiEI'ER.
Hu-nrhrc. Thurs.la, Oct. 25. 1 p. m.
Unneu1. Monday. Oil. 2. S p m.
New l!sln. Tuday. t.H:t -. S p. ra,
lluiklln. Wednesday, Otu Jl, p. ra.
ilanelmc. T..uidu, Nov. 1. k p. u.
l'townlnic. lldaj". Nov. 2. x p. rn,
Aicdvllte. Saturday. Nov. 2. a p. ra.
HONOItAllLE S. .V. HAELTINE.
RrcenUeld. Monday. Oit. 22. 1 p. ra,
Lamar. Monday, Oct. 22. rc p. ra.
Ci rihae. Tuesday, Xt. 23. 1 p. ra.
Monett. TueMLiy, Oct, 23. 7:30 p. m.
Marshlwld. Thursday. Oot. 23. 1 p. 13.
Spnnsiicld iCouiiLuu;, Thurida), Oct. 2Z. 7l30
oceo!.T. I"rtaay. Oct. iS. 1 p. ra.
VV.aub.eau. 1-nda). iA.t. a. ,.30 p. ra.
11,'hvar, Saturday. Oct. 27. 1 p. rn.
sutingacld. Saturday. Oit. 27. 1 p. m.
Ozrk, Monday. Oct. 2t. 13 o'cio. k.
Hillings. Mondai, Oct. il. 7.v p. m.
SeliKauui, iuesoay, Oct, 0, 1 p ra.
Aurora. Tuesday. Oct. 30, ,,30 p. nu
Ash Urove. 'irmrsday. Nov. 1. 1 p. m.
Reputltc. Thursdav. Nov. I, 7.3u p. in.
l'niUiinvtiure. Friday Nor. 2, 1 p. m.
fctraitord, HrlJay. Nov. 2. 7:30 p. rn,
HONORAIJLU i M. WILSON.
Or.son. Saturday Oct. 27. 230 p. m.
Forest City. Saturday. Oct. 27. ,m p. ra.
HONORAHLE II. C CIRIC.
Mentree, Saturday. Oct. 27, 7l3" j. m.
Creeuttld. MonUa). Oil. 2J. 7 p. ni.
laie Countv. Tusday. Oil, ze. 2 p. tn.
I.kaeod, Tues.lay, Oct. &0. ,l3o p. ra.
Ottirvllle. Thursday, Nov. 1. 720 p. ra.
HO.NOIlAULE IL IL KERN.
Flat IUvr. Monday, v. 5. 7.20 p. ra.
HONOILVULE JOHN S. 1IAYNES.
Dixon. Saturday. Nov. ",1p.m.
HONOl'.AULE C II. FACNTLEROr.
Tipton. Thursday. Oct, 23. 7:3) p. m.
HONORAHLE E. M. HAUUF-R.
Milan. Wednesdiy. Oct, 24, 7l30 p. m.
SaLsbury. Thursday. Oct. 3, 7ll) p. ra.
I'lattsburir. Friday. Oct, S3, 7lS p. ra.
HONOIlAUIJ" JACK QUAYI.K.
lltmtsvllie. Tuesday. Oct, 23. "lMp. m.
S'allstuo-. Wednesday. Oct. 24, 7i p. rn.
Keleville. Thursday. Oct. 2i. 7U p. ra.
lliunsvvick. 1'rldAy, Oct. X 7.30 p. ra.
DeWItt, batunlay. Oct. 27. ISO p. m.
Carrolltcn. Monday, Oct. 29. 7l3u p. ra,
Norborne, Tuesday, Oct. So. 7l30 p. ro,
HONOILVBLi: WALTER VR0O1LVX.
Macon. Monda. Oct. S, if. m.
Hevier. Monday. Oct. 22. 7:30 p. m.
Chllllrnthe, Tnesjaj. Oct. 23, 7S0 p. ra.
1 nl'.nvUie. VWlnesuny. Oct. 24. 7.S0 p. ra.
Mendota. Tlmrsday. Oct. 20. 7:" p. ra.
Hrookncld. -ituidty. Oct. 27 7:j p. ra.
Marceline. Mondai. Oct. 23. 7:30 p. m.
Richmond. Wednesday. Oct. 31. 7:30 p. ra,
MAJOR T. O. TOWLES.
Rnlla. Frldav. Oct. :. 7:30 P. m.
Lflanon Saturday. Oct. 27.
HONORAISLB N. .L HF.LI. AND IIONORABLB
T. P. RIXF.T
Will speak at No. 1121 Casa avenue at S p. ra, to
day. 1IONORARLI- la. C. BOTLE.
Tltton. Thursday. Oct. 2". 1 p. rn.
HONORAHLE E. It. WOOIJTOLK.
Jor.csturff. Thurs.tay, Oct. 2i 1 p. m.
lielld.uer. Thursday, Oct. 23, 7 p. rn.
Danville. Friday. Oct 24, I p. m
Montgomery City. Frldiy. Oct. 25. 7 p. m.
Local comrnittces In the resp.ctlv countf.3 ar
requested to see that mretlnsi are properly ad
vtitlsed and that all necessary arrangements ar
made for the speakers.
J. M. SEIBERT. Chalrrnin,
J. II. Edwards, Secretary.
ST. LOUIS PROVIDENT
172C ?f. TIIIII.TKE,TII ST..
Continues tn serve an apprcclatlns; puNle w.fh
first-class hand work, tislrrr no chemical and
havinir lately adanted Duimstlc unlsa. I'hone
who struck Louisville the other day, claim
ing that he owned a couple of hotels and
a few dozen plantations at PaUtka, Fla.,
and duped merchants to the extent cf
several hundred dollars. Is wanted In Nash
ville and Chattanooca. where he operated
quite extensively. He went under the name
of F. C Deveau. while here, and his
specialty was passlns forced bank checks
on leading hotels and merchants.
The Wo nnd Sever Healed.
Harrisburp. III.. Oct. 19 Elder V. P.
Turner to-uay tendered hit resignation as
pastor of the First liaptlst Church of this
city and accepted a call to Fort Smith.
Ark. He has lieen the pastor of the church
for the past three years. A few months aTo
he publicly reprimanded Rome of his con
crecatlon for keeping their places of busi
ness open on Sunday, and dissatisfaction
rose. He tendered his resignation, but at
their earnest solICatlon withdrew it- The
wound never healed, hence his action or
Another Illinois Gas Well.
Mattoon. III.. Oct, 15. Another pntural
gas well has been found on the farm r
Richard Keilar. near Bell Air. twenty-five '
mues soum ui mis city, tie nao a rorce
of men digging a well and at a depth of
ICO feet a strong vein of the gas Was
Pont OHlce Robbed at Ij Prairie.
Qulncy. III., Oct, 19. Burglars cracked"
the safe In the post ofllce at La Prairie, In
this county, last nleht, securing JH in
money and 173 worth of postage stamps.
There Js no clew to the thieves.
A, il. SELKIRK & CO.,
Reeular sain every Saturdav at Trarehouwv
1'IM2 I NMilra 1 ave sule. In residences s
JtHcal'v Man etlice. 30 N. fr-lxth sL Phcna
1803-10-12 CHOUTEAU AVENUE
TMi Air nt to 20 o'cloclc. at our warehouse, wa)
will sell a IirKe and varied collection of prima
ri'iiMTriti:. riirirTS. stuvcs. etc
A. A. sni.KIItlv A :o Ancllonreri.
HEI.BERT KELC'Y EFFIE SHANNOS
rrrscntimr tl.e N. V. Lyicura Sneers'.
Keyula' Jlatlnc Pvturday
NlVT VVKI K. 0)MJIK'I.V: 3IONDAT KVIO
H-roi n: si
tl.tltV M IVVCIllaH
Aartati'ti from Novel by Jog FonI and Ed
it.l F l:. ".
MurmpcRien. ITr. Finnic MclCee Direction.
Mr I'm us It. Maer. Sents on tale now.
.VII TO. Week ard Neit ndaer
Oaitcn White. Jlarie 4 JiiERlIn Johnsons
Stuait C- .vtart. t- .ltiv in
llarmrrtj- r .i.r. .Vrnlm A. Wasrer.
Wen ,t V .Hen Co. :..rl n . Uck.
Mai I .nh'K Kalhrn I'eirl.
I1ckrt . VVhli rr. It l.'is .n Mstera.
T2.j Klnodr .rrw w'h iliUeston Disaster.
On-l.stra Onir (Iiesrve.1 In Advance), tVe.
Ji:Fri:i(.Mi m: .f;KI.H
AnJ 1" mrnny, Inrludi-iir
In th j-a -"3 r t wiff-fu! oirit(c r.OTltyB
" nm i iumui:-"
HMmM 3t on s"I- n iv
-.t,ii. ,.,. 1. m,. j ma-, .rfi.
.:t. te-rm at 2.
(xl Seats. 23r.
Sun. Mat Next' A Female Drummer.
23? Mitlnee Tc-day. Thursdae- and Saturday.
::citine, iTinS: nC I ISC lU frlrw.
s-im. Mat.. Terry McGovem la "Bowery After
IMPERIAL. 'Matinee To-Day.
f(A GILDED FOOL."
TO-MOI1IIOW MT1M.E "TUB DAaV.
lr.c. 3t5r, 3,"ie, 30c.
The Heme cf Folly. Two FroIIca DaJTy.
Harry Morris's 20!h Century Maids.
All rornn-r lPuccer Duplicated.
Sext AttraatoB Australian tturhsquen.
Calf 33 Minute' Ride.
KIHLOGH PARK. TO-DAY Rain orSHne
TVabah train. Ieai L'n.on Station for Kla
loch at x.13 ; ra , l-3 p. m. Sturdar onlj.
VM p. m. la rwt l OUv. i-trect at m -m
, lwO i. in.. 1 p m. and 4:15 p. ro.
Suburban trains t Wella is Latino trery flr
On Tnejln? anil Frltlnyi-. ladles
ntitiltlei! to nil prl. llfgt free.
MISSES' FANCY WAIST.
Becoininjj Style of IJotlice for the
Jlftal nray earners h.ilr s-erse is here ef
fectively combined with white broadcloth
and crimson velvt-t ribbon.
The w.oiit is mountdl on n clove fitted
llninp- which closo In tho center front. Tha
backs arc plain across the shoulders and
dtawn down strnlpht to the blt. where tha
fullness forms In tliiy plaits.
Tho frunt ycke Is Included in the rlsnt
shoulder seams and nrmsec. fastening ln
visiblv on the left side. The fronts are.
slis-ht'ly dotiblcd-brea'fi'd. clo'ins with fancy
steel buttons, ar.d hl'htly Moused over the
irnrow velvet ribbon which forms tho bleu
narrow velvet ribbon which forms the belt,
fronts. Th velvet ribbon Is effectively ap-
filled on yoke, collar, rcvers and cuffs. It
s also used to finish the edges of the fronts.
The cIoe-fittInK two-piece sleeves have,
comfortable fullness en the shoulders, dis
tributed In fine gathers. They ore com
pleted with flaring cuffs of white cloth, rib
Stvlish vvn'sts In this mode mty be madej
of Venetian. cashmer Henrietta, covert.
zib!lne or cheviot, with yoke of velvet,
heavy lace, panne, applique or satin.
To make the waist for a miss H year, -will
require ore and one-fourth jards of forty-four-inch
material, with one-half yard of
twenty-two-inch material or collar, plastrott
and cuffs. The pattern. No. STH la cut ta
sizes for mlsrcs l:. 11 and IS years.
8II2-MIS3ES FANCY WAIST.
12, 24 and 16 years.
Anj' one wLshing the latest style
patterns may obtain them by calling
at ROOM 20, Second Floor, Repub
lic Building, Seventh and Olive.
'! THC REPUBLIC PATTERN COU-
' PON. ENTITLING TO ONE PAT- '
1 1 TERN ANT SIZE OF NO. 811X '
S Cut this out. fill in with age. name and !'
i nddress. and mail It with 10 cents to ,'
' THE PATTEKN DEPARTMENT OP i'
THE KEPL'BLia i
i No SllZ. Price 10 cent? years. i
i Nfl.nio ,
J AudrCSS s.en.neeem. I
Postal Telegraph Gable Co,
Mala Ofllce, Laclede Ballainij,
"fourth and olive streets.
stOO.000 Miles Wire, S.OOO Ofnees.
We wonld be pleased to handle yaasr
Telea-ranaa. Try cm. Telenboa Malsf