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,THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1900.
Look over the clothing field
and settle the qucstiou for
We could preach a sermon
three columns long about the
superiority of this store.
Your personal investigation
will save us the trouble.
This store looms up like a light
house pointing the way to
greatest satisfaction and
Your money back if you want it.
J Sols Agents
for Rogers, Peet
a & Co., iS Y.
& s ws-'&& rw
Barr's are show Ins handsome line of new
goods for the Fall and Winter of 1SX. Kvery
department has made extraordinary efforts
to prepare for the busiest season In the his
tory of Barr's. Early selection Is advised.
LEGISLATURE HAS ADJOURNED.
-New Kentucky Election Law Is in
Governor Beckham's Haiid'a.
Frankfort, Kj, Oct. T2. The Kentucky
LesNlaturo sent the nonpartLan election
law passed by it on Saturday to succeed tho
Goebel law to tho Governor to-day and ad
journed Miio die.
Tho Democrats and RnpuWlcans could not
epreo on a Htato lllcctloa Commissioner to
Jill a vacancy on the boarJ and adjourned
without electing anybody.
Both houses adopted resolutions Satur
day ullov.-iiiK the Republicans to name the
commissioner, and they elected Judge Coch
ran of May&vllle. The Democrats refused to
vote for Judso Cochran because of hW
Identification with ex-Go vcrnor Taylor and
also bocauso of personal unfriendliness be
tween him and Chairman Poyntz of tha
Election Commission, but offered to vote for
any other Republican. Tho Republicans
declined to name anybody else.
Came Ni-Jr DjIiir.
"For three days and nights I suffered
nony untold from an attack of cholera
n-.orbus brought oa by eatlns cucumbers."
says M. li. Lowther. clerH of tha District
Court. Ccntervllie. la. "I thousht I should
fcutciy lle. and tried a dozen different medi
cines, but all to no purpose. I tent for a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and three doses re
lieved me entirely. I went to Eleep and
did not awake for elsht hours. On awaken
ing a few hours ago I telt eo sratlfled that
tho first work I do on going to tha oince Is
to write to tho manufacturers of this
remedy and offer them my grateful thanks
and Fay, 'God bless you and the rplendid
medicine you make," "Adv.
RUSH FOR HORSE SHOW SEATS.
Seventy Boxes Sold for $12,300 nt
Chicago. I1L, Oct. li Within an hour
after tho opening of the ealo of private
boxes to-day for the horse show nest week
every box had been sold and at prices rang
lnp from JUS to $100. The Brand total for
the seventy boxes disposed of v.aa J12.2OT."
There Is a sharp demani for reserved
seats from tho outside cities. Detroit alone
usklns reservation for a party of 100 per
sons. - Women Everywhere
Are wrltinc to Dr. Hartman concerning
tho ailments peculiar to their sex. Catarrh
is the bane of womankind. A woman free
from catarrh is generally a well woman.
Peruna cures catarrh wherever located.
Vrooman Axllandcd at Macon.
Macon, Mo., Oct. 11 Walter Vrooman cf
St. Iaouis spoke this afternoon at tho Court
house. ' He discussed the trust question and
was frequently applauded. He said Bryan s
defeat four years ago was but tho begin
ning1 of a victory, and that it would bo
manifested to the American nation on No
De Anno ml Addressed Tno Audiences.
Butler, Mo.. Oct. 22. Congressman Da
Armond made two speeches in Bates County
to-day, one at Worland and tho other at
Virginia. He had largo and enthusiastic)
audiences at both places.
BOXES, per year,
VALLEY TMST VX
ALEXANDER Sunday. October , Js. at
IM a. rn.; Miller Alexander. ared t'J years.
Funeral service at late residence, K15 Eads
avenue, at U o'clock. Tuesday, Sd. Interment
at Keokuk, la.
Louisville. Ky- sxd Taroo. Miss., papers
CTJSHIXG Saturday. October . 1SW. William
Cuahlnc.- formerly of llinchara. JIass., eM 73. at
the hom cf hi son tn Webster droves, ilo.
Boston papers pleas ccpy.
CONRAD On Sunday. October II. 1V0. at S p.
pi. Marcaretta Conrad, dearly beloved wife of
tha late Louis Conrad and mother of Jacob Con
rad and Mrs, Lena Vetta (nee. Conrad), at the
I se of 67 yearn U months and 2 da a.
Funeral will take place on Wednesday. October
;. at 1 p. m.. from rer.ldnce of her son-in-law,
John 1L Vette, No. 2120 Hawthorns boulev anl. to
JJitiianla. Church. Twenty-third and Wash rtretts.
Friends lnv Ited.
DECKER At II o'clock, noon, Monday, October
S. WW. Ueraldlne Emelta, beloved daughter ot
John and Dora Decker (nee Oberta), at the a;
cf 2 years 11 months and day.
Funeral from family residence. No. 211 Shen
andoah street. Tuesday, October 13. at 1:3) p. tn.
Columbus. O.. Geneva, N. V.. Detroit and Pea
liac. Mich, paper please copy.
FITZGERALD October 21. S9C0. at 7:S5 a. m..
Lictnj Bell, beloved wife of Wm. L FitzzenUd.
Funeral from residence, No. 2129 uth eight
eenth street. Tuesday, October . at i p. in., to
Holy Anscla Church, theac to Calvary Ceme
ury. OUADT On Monday, October U, 5SA at S
o'clock p. m.. Mrs. Annie (irady, beloved mother
of MlchaeL Henry and Mollis Grady and Mrs.
Funeral will take place Wednesday. October It.
at 3 o'clock p. m.. from residence. No. 2333
LTugenla street, to St. Malachi's Church, thence
to Calvary C4meteiy.
FADI.T Sunday, October H. 1500. at 1:18 p. jn .
Katberlne . l'auly. beloved daushter ct f. J.
l'auly, br.. and Catherine 1'auly.
Funeral at S a. m. Wednesday, October 14, from
family residence. No. 12 South Grand avenue, to
Bt. Kevin' Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery.
Vleiie omit floverx
OSWALD Entered Into rest after a lonr Ill
ness on bunday, October II. 1A at ll:5u p
xxz., Mary K. Oswald tnee tvacner). beloved
daushter of Mathlus and Annl Warmer and our
beloved sister, ared 23 years, a montha and 3
Funeral from family residence. No. HU Maiden
Lace, to Sacred Heart Church, thenca to Calvary
Cemetery. Friends aad relatives Invited to at
tend. Fleas omit Sowers.
BCHULTE After a Ungertoa; lllnesa. at iM
a. nx, October 9). 1930. Anton Schulte. ased T5
vaara. haioved husband of Marv Schulte and fa
ther of Bass. Ida. '"". Henry. Geotxe and J
She funeral will take place Tuesday. October
J2, lJua. at 1:38 a. m.. from residence, 231 Brook
jvn street, to St. Joaesh'a Church, thenc to
Calvary Cemetery. Friend lnrltad to attend.
SHELF Entered Into rest at 10:10. October ft.
MO), Doctor H. Shelp. aKed M years, beloved
fiuJeref Wlllard B. aad Victor U. bhalp, and
kra. M. P. MorrelL
kt- oih. atTeel. Inlannani sartrat. 1
FROM ALL POINTS,
Executive Officials of 'Western
Lines Will Meet nt the
Southern Hotel To-Day.
TO DRAW UP PASS AGREEMENT.
Jloro Iiolrictians Expected Gov
erning Free Tninsportatiou
Arkansas ConnnLssion Bur
lington Mercer Notes.
Everulive olllclals of Western Hr.c. who
annually prepare wliat Is known as tha
"Western Pass Asrcemcnt." vvlll meet this
morning at the Fouthern Hotel. Tor sev
eral lears past efforts have been mafia to
restrict freo transportation and limit tho
lssuo of annua, time nnd trip passes. At
last year's meeting tho line was drawn
closer than at any prior time, and to-day
it is probublo Uwt cvta more stringent
measures will bo adopted. It is customary
to have district committees appointed, who
represent tho lima at tho leadlnc commer
cial centers In the West, and these commit
tees ore supposed to pass upon the various
applications for free transportation that
como from outside Eources. An executive
committee is appointed, consisting of rep
resentatives from Chicago, St. Louis, Kan
tas City, Omaha, St. Paul and St. Joseph.
Thii committee hai a general supervision
over nil freo transportation Is-uol by tin
various compaalts to others than their own
While it Is generally admitted that these
"pass agreements" nro more honored In tho
breach than In tho observance. It Is also ap
parent that parses, liko "tho inouto when it
spins," are Lecomlng fewer and higher
several uuiciai3 who wui uuenu tue meei
lnj urrlved m the city jcitciUay. unions
them being president a. iL Fulton of tho
Chicago ail Alton und President Stuart It.
Knott of tuo Kansas City Southern. Uurlng
the day they held a conference with VJco
President and General Manager Itamsey of
tho W abash and Colonel s. vv. i'orujeo. J.
L. Wellla,ton, tho new trafllc manager o
tho Colorado and Southern; Anthony siiere,
general freight ugent of the Colorado ilid
land; W. 11. Ilreruton ai.d A. S. Hushes
wero also amcug the arrivals. Other repre
tentativea of outside lines are eipected to
arrive this morning. Executive officials of
nil Western lines having headquarters hero
will also iittcLd the meeting.
K.Ut.MNCJS Ton bUPTHJIDCB.
Total Increase nnd Hate I'cr Cent
iu:illcr 'I ha a for l'rlur Months.
Railroad gross earnings for September
continue to &hovr Increase, though the total
incriai-o and rato ier cent are much smaller
than for recent months, and the number of
railroads reporting decreases Is considerably
augmented. The Chronicle' ligures cover
lu7 roads, aggregating UhOCo miles, against
17.C73 miles a year ugo. Their gross earn
ings were In),7il,a)l, which was un increase
oi 51,310,17:. or only 2.U pt.r ctnt. This is In,
comparlaoa with f6,tel,l, or 11.03 per cent
increase vx IfcW, J.TSvf.isUi, or 6.W per cent
in liJ5, and o.Eio.sil, or 1L14 ptr cent gain
In lsi7. Uecreases are reported on thlrty-
xis cf the roads and louilccu of thu-o in
amounts to JOO.otu
Among these aro the Great Northern 6ys
tem with a loss of J23t;,lii the Northern
1'aclHa $173, ITS, the Chicago, MilwauK.ce and
St. Paul Jt.'JW, and the Minneapolis.. St.
Paul and bault Ste. Marie tir 1.51. The Illi
nois Central leads the list of roads reporting
gains, with Sw.CCo. Tno Chesapeake una
Ohio reports gains of J22b,917, the Baltimore
und Ohio, Jll-ilto; tho Choctaw, Oklahoma
and Gulf, flohwl; the Mexican Central. 1,
033; the .Norfolk und Western, H0,CC; the
'ew YorU Central. M37.C&0, and the Missouri
Paclilc. 51370, A number of causes have
contributed to the falling- off, chief of which
were the Iessenid activities in cotton and
grain movements and the tloods in Texas.
The anthracite coal strike began September
17, and has had lty effect. Hut none of the
companies are Included In the statement.
Bituminous coal roads like the Chesapeake
and Ohio und the Norfolk and Western ex
,hlbit gains In earnings because of the In
creased demand for toft coal.
The falluro of the spring wheat crop Is
having homo effect on certain roads. Thero
was a plight increase, to bo suro, in the
wheat receipts for four weeks 'at ten West
ern centers, from 23.7-18,400 bushels a year
ago to ,SiJ,lu5 bushels this year, but this
gain has been In the winter wheat. At Min
neapolis tho deliveries were T.ttu.ioo bushels
this .voar, against S.WO.HO bushels a year
ago, and at Duluth there were only 2,S:7,
WJ bushels delivered this year, against 10,
61432 bushels last year. There has been a
marked falling off nlso In corn receipt.,
from 2C,m.K)2 bushels a year ago to 17.C21,
SSJ bushels this year.
The decreased cotton movement la shown
by the receipts at Southern outports of C1S.
21! hales this year, against 7SS.0U bales la
September, 1S33. The overland shipments
wero but 32,502 bales, against 79.631 bales in
1K.-3. Of the groups of roada only one, tho
Northwestern and North Paclilc, shows a
falling off. These twelve roads report Krosi
earnings for September. 1500, of 14,831,33(1
against $16,122,11 s year ago.
TJXCLH SAMS MAIL.
AVhy Many Small Town Are Appar
ently Given tho Gu-lly.
Tho Inability of railroad companies to al
ways meet Important demands of the trans
portation service, and at the same time ac
commodate all the local interests along the
route to the best of everybody's satisfac
tion. Is well illustrated In the proceedings
from a complaint which was recently made
to ono of the State ltallroad Commissions
says the ISailway Kevlcvr. The citizens of
one of the smaller towns along a certain
railroad presented to tho Hoard of Railroad
Commissioners a numerously Elgned peti
tion, asking that the authority and Influ
ence of tho board be exercised In an en
deavor to Induco the railroad company to
mod one of lta through passenger trains at
In reply to the Investigations of the board
tho general trjpcrlntendent of the road
made answer that, while he appreciated the
disadvantages under which tho petitioners
labored by reason of the train not stop
ping nt their station, there were other con
siderations of paramount Importance. Tho
train In question carrlsa th fan mall be
tween two large cities, in competition with
a rival road, and the company Is compelled
to cut all ptops possible In order to make
tho time required to hold th fast mail
to Its line. Cut for the revenue derived from
the carrying of this fast mall the com
pany could not afford to run the train. To
accommodate any considerable additional
number of the smaller towns would not
The Flavor of g
Is concentrated Q
from Its uniform V
nd Is alvays V
recocnUed. , SJ
it is the American w
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slnula ting UicTood and Reg ula
ling t!k! Stomachs an&Bowcls cf
KOT NARO OTIC.
Apcdccf nemedy forConsfipa
Worms .Convulsions JcN-crish-
nessmidLoss of Sleeb
XaVtStcnle Signature of
J3C.CT COPTOT MTiAEPEa.
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Hard to Forget
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permit the company to give tho Government
the tcrvlce It reiulres.
The view which tho board took o tho
matter wa3'that It should not lntrfere with
the running of through fast t-alaa unless a
much stronger Ehovvln; could be made than
wna the case In this complaint. The In
cident slmp"y rhow9 the nature of the two
Eldea to questions of thU kind. It frequently
comes vvlthlD the experience of railroad op
eration that, as between two Interest not
essentially antagonistic, the Fervlns of the
on may b Incompatible with complying
with the demands of the other.
Order Ina-ied AlTecdntr Mltlo nock
nnd Hot Sprlnca AVeatern.
UErcBuc f JixnAi
Little Itock. Ark., Oct 22. Tho Arkansas
Ilallroad Commission to-day Issued tho fol
"Tho conunlyslon. caving; under consider
ation the iuestlon subjectlns tho Lltllo
ltock and Hot Fprlnss Western Railroad to
its standard frcirhl-distanco tarllf. npply
Inff on classes and commodities, oirectivo
April 10, 1SW. nnd the paid road, by lu
aeenta and legal representatives', havln,-;
been fully heard, and the commission hav
ing considered ail matters presented by b.iid
railroad corporation touchinK Its interest or
In any wise nfTecting the ramo. nnd belnir
well and siifllclcntly ndviaed In the prem
ise?, doth hjreby order and direct that said
Little Itock and Hot Springs Western Rail
road bo and the came Is hereby subjected
to tho commission's said standard frelcht
dlstance tariff and nil amendments thereof,
to-wit: Amendment No. S, effective Juno 1,
1900; amendment No, 4, effective Juna lo,
13(0, nnd amendment No. B. effective Juna
10, lfCO, together with tho Joint rates in said
tariff provided for: provided tho llgurei
named In the accompanying tarllf. as add !
to tho class nnd commodity r.itei, thall 1-s
added thoruto. unles-j otherwise f.recllld.
This order to bo effective November S. 1X0."
Knnans City Suburban Tronlilc.
Ilansaa City, Mo, Oct. 2i Securitle'j of
tho Kansaj. City Suburban B.lt Hallway,
which are valued at JjO'OX', wer to have
been sold to-d.iy to satisfy a Judgment of
J1M.00O. secured by the Cimbrta Sti-cl Com
pany, but "he ealo did not take place be-
ciuse me jrroviaeni i,ne nnu mist Com
pany of Philadelphia made an application
In tho United States Circuit Court, which
makes the Guardian Trust Company a de
fondant with tho railway In the four cause
brought by tho Eastern company csalnit
Tho Cambria Steel Comptny also applied
for a temporary restrainlns ord-r against
the Cluanllt.n Trust Company In the mitte r
of dlspositijn of rccurltlCH. JuJco I'hillp.
named Novjmber 5 as tho dato of hearing.
Iteport of Texua Llnci.
Austin, TJX., Oct. ZL Tim annual report
of the Gulf and Interstate Hallway for tho
year cndinj; June 31, 1SJ0, was hied with
tho Texas Railroad CommNMon to-day.
tJrossearnlnss, J132.CU; operatlne expenses,
Tho"anmial report of the Texarkana and
Fort Smith, nlso filed to-day. shows gross
earnings oi fi'3,3M; operating expenses,
Aluorhcil ly the IlurllnRtnn.
Burlinston. Ja.. Oct. 22. The stockholders
and proxlej rcpresentliig nineteen branch
roads in Ijwa formerly operated und r
lease by tho Burlington met here this morn
ins and vitcd to transfer their tracks,
property and franchises to the Hurllnston
company. The reads represent CO miles of
track and property valued nt JCO.COO.OOO. A
meeting of the C B. & Q. stockholders will
be held on November 10 In Chicago to ratify
New n. & O. Votlnir Trntec.
New York. Oct. 22. Otto H. Kuhn of
Kuhn. loefc & Co. has been elected a voting
trustee of tho Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Company to succeed the lato Abraham
Georce Goulil'a Dental.
New 1'orlc. Oct. 22. George Gould to-ilay
sald that le knows nothing about tho re
ported trafllc alliance between the Slissotirl
Paclilc. Kansas City Southern and Chicago
and Alton roads.
Peraonal and Current Xotea.
Vico Pnssldent C. G. Warner of tho Mis
souri Paclfl;. who was on an ln!pect!on tr.p,
went to New York tn confer with President
George J. Gould. General Manager Harding
remained here und will represent the com
pany at to-day's meeting of Western execu
No successor has as yet been appointed
to 'fill the vacancy caused by tho resigna.- j
? - 1 TV Trsfo lifer OTlf? fThtl.4v.ni
CJ XOr XlllUlttO UUU VlllllLTHIl.
The Kind You Have
m .dears tne
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51 YEARS THE LEApEM
N EVER EQUALED
Cloud tho complexion nnd destroy tho
beauty of the whole face. They are
speedily ond permanently removed by
my new painless method, which leaves
no trace of their former existence. Full
information and book on the skin, scalp,
complexion, free. Call 'or write.
JOHN H. WOODBURY,
308 MERMIO-JACGARD BU!LDIN6,ST.L0UIS
rrredemonitrallonall this week of ColorotU
the wonderful one-bottle preparation that In
stantly restnrcj gray or faded hair to natural
colorand renders ble:;lied halrany desired bade.
Hon of Wnlker IZvans, Jr., advertising agent
of the rVnbnsh. As already announced In
Tho Republic, Mr. Evans noes with the H.
U. Lean company.
liisselt Wilson, district passenger agent
of tho Missouri Pacllla at Chicago, was at
Wlnslow S. Pierce, general attorney for
the Missouri Pacttlc. pusse-1 through St.
Louis last night on his way to New York.
C. W. Hole, general freight and passen
ger agent of the Kanias City. Watklns and
Gulf, vai a visitor hero yesterday.
Tho Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern
has issued a small folder, which does not
enow Its time tables, but contains tho na
tional electoral vote and majorities at presi
dential elections slnco 1!S1. At tho top of
tha tabular statement Is the question,
"How will It go I" 1MW7" For the JJemo
cratp, of course.
Tito car works at Madison, 111., nave be
gun to build 2txi Hat cars for the Louisiana
and Arkansas Railroad.
In connection with the retirement of
Colonel Henry Wood as general manager of
the Choctaw Route, already published lu
The Republic the othcial circular announces
that Coloucl Wood will retain the ofilce of
vice president of tho company, to which ho
unci -l.-tn-.t nt ttin directors' mcetlmr. held
i.i Philadelphia on the Hrst Friday In thi'
month. Me was vice president of ths old
Choctaw and Memphis Company, but is only
general manager of the new corporation.
The circular states that hereafter ho shall
have Immediate supervision of only the gen
eral superintendent's department and ttvo
purchasing department, w-hlle the tratilc,
treasurer's, general solicitor's, engineer's
and auditing departments shall report to
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION MEETS.
Five Hundred Delegates Convened
at Columbia Sunday Sight.
Columbia, Mo.. Oct. 23. The Missouri
Baptist General Association ract In annual
session In Columbia to-night. It will ad
journ at noon Friday. E. TV. Stephens of
tho Columbia Herald was for the third year
moderator. Tho Reverend Doctor J. P.
Kemper of Marshall is vice" moderator; A.
TV Payne of St. Louis, clerk; Jam? L.
Applegate of St. Louis, auditor, and Judge
John A. Guthrie or Mexico, treasurer. Th
welcoming address was delivered by Doctor
R, II. Jesse, president of the State Unl-trsltj-,
and tho response was by the Rev-
7 A w b'
M W 11 at'
i' 'Sfc- n'fffv a'gg'
Tollowlnr ar tha appointments cf speakers so
far nuljciMMl br tha Democimllo Mat Central
HKNATOIt J. II. BUnilT OP ARKANSAS.
Pultun. TuMay. Oct. . 1 p. ra.
Columbia. Wednesday. Oct. 21. 1 p. ra.
pallabury. Thursday. Del. S,lp.m.
-l.b,3r- 1-rW.ty. Oct. X 1 p. in.
Richmond. Saturday. Oct. IT. 1 p. m.
IIONORAIII.B WllUSTER DAVIS.
Milan. Wednesday. Oct. 21. 1 p. m.
Klrkulll-. Wrdneaday. Oct. 21. 7 p. m.
IrU.rne, Thurwliy. Ott. 15. lu a. m.
Carrollton. Thurnlay. Oct. SV. 1 p. nu
lAmar, Friday, Oct. It, 1 p. m.
l.reenneld. May. Oct. 16, 7 p. in.
Mount Vernon. Mturdjy. Oct. 17. 1 p. m.
Aurora. iaturJay. Oct. 17, 7 p. m.
Carthac, JlonJjy. Oct. ID, l p. ra.
JT'Iln. llon.Uy. Oct. 13. 7 p. rr.
Mountain Grova, Wedneatar. Oct. SL 1 P- nfc
Poplar Illuff, Thur.tay. Nov. 1, 1 p. m.
Jackaon. Friday. Nov. tip. in.
vanaj City. Saturday. Nov. 3. 7 P. m.
Tn-cumbla. Monday. Nov. t. 1 p. m.
JefferMn Oty. Jlor.day, Nov. 5. 7 p. ra.
1I0NO11AIII.E A. M. DOCKKRT.
Kahnlia. ye.inday. Oct. H. I p. m.
,V i irtdis.iny, vct. :. i p.
Vltctnm M..ita. rM. .. vm
onteomery city. Thar.day, Nov. UP-
St. Charles. Thursday. Nov. 1. 7 SO p. nv.
rorhornis Tliuraday, Oct. 23. 10 a. m.
J2rrt",on- Thoraday. Oct. 2i I p. m.
Me.a. Saturday. Oct. 27. 1 p. m.
vvenuvilli. Saturday. Nov. S. nt 7:S p. m.
HQNORAULZ M. E. 1IBNTON.
i'f erneia. Wednesday, Oct. !t 1 p. m.
MktT- lneday. Oct. M. 1p.m.
.iuerry. inurioay, oct. s. 1 p. in.
unener. Oct. 5it 1 n. m.
Rocky Comfort. Oct. , 1 p. rv.
"?n,.)r.btu t- P- m.
echeli City. Monday, Oct. 73, S p. m.
JJronaLsh. Tuewlay, Oct. 2D. i p. m.
Mllo, Oct. JO. I p. m.
Meter. Trtday, Nov. 3. 1 p. m.
jveyada. Saturday. Nov. 1 p. ra.
0draan Baturday. Nov. s. If. in.
Joplln. Monday. Nov. S. I p. mT
IIO.NOHAI1LJ-: champ crjinic.
'eers. Wednesday. Oct. 14. t n. m.
U. . ."aatJay. Oct. 2 7.23 p. ra.
.hlneland. Thuradav. iw -5 T'-ti n m.
ilorrlaon. Friday. Oct. , l p. m.
Jermann. t rtday. Oct. 2. 7:34 p. m.
dechanlcavtlle. baturdav. Oct. 27. 1 n. ra.
IL Charles f?!fv Kalnra, n, T '7.9a m m.
f-.-.iiiij;.:' Kr. s-. ""- -" "
2rry. Monday. Oct. , J:2J p. rn.
Laddonla, Tuesday. Oct. t. 1 p. rn.
'ount Carroel. Tuesday. Oct. 7) p. ra.
Mlddlatown. Vvednetday. Oct. tl. 1 p. m.
llelniower, Wednesday. Oct. 31. 7:3ij-p. m.
rlitel. Thursday. Nov. J, 1 p. m.
Moscow. Thursda. Nov. 1. 7j p. m.
bt. Charles County, frlday. Nov. 2 and Sat
urday. Nov, 3.
Curryvlll Monday. Kov. E. 1 p. m.
llO.NOJCAlil.t: F. M. COCKKEUa,
Clrani City vv edneaday, Oct, It, I p. m.
MaryvUle, ThuriIay. Oct. li. 1 u. m.
riattaburc. Friday. Oct. 2. i p. m.
Mayaillle. Palurday. Oct. 27. I p. m.
New London. Monday. Oct. U. 1 n. ra.
Hannibal. Monday, Oct. 23, 7 p. m.
Independence, Tuesday. Ocu J). 1 p. m.
Kansas City, Tuesday, Oct. W. 7 p. m.
ilarrlsonvllle, Wednelar, Oct Jl, 1 p. m.
leasant Hill. Wednesday, Oct. Jl. J p. ra.
Vareaw, Thursday, Nov. 1, 1 p. m.
Windsor. Friday. Nov. tip. n
bedalla, Saturday. Nov. 3. 1 p. in.
ICcobnsster, Mouday, Nov. i, i p. ra.
vt'axrensbura. Monday. Nov. i. 7 p. m.
UONORAULU JAMd COONBT.
Eedalla, Wednesday. Oct. 23, at 70 p. nv
HO.NOltAllLj: II. A. SEW3US,
Orandln. Wedneaday. Oct. 24. 7 p. ra.
Vv'lUow tiprlnus, 'inursday, ut.r, Ct J p nu
Ibldutado bprians, baturuay, Oct. 27. In. a,
uoNuitAiiud jAiita a. iiueo.
Narada. Wauuesday. Oct. 24. 1 p. m.
Webb City, Taursuay, Ocu 2i, 1 p. m.
Jopha. Tcvusday, ocu ii. 1m p. m.
fcpruifBelJ, t1a, Oct. 21, 1 p. m.
lUchland. ttatunay, Oct. 27. J p. ra.
UUUlwlUUIl. VV. U. V'A-SlJlVKrt
Carutnrvihe. Widntaday, Oct. 24. 7 p. ts.
CbttonwouU sold, inuituay, Oct. a, iti a, os
llatt. 'lnuraoay. ocu 25. J p. ra.
ilomersviUe, urioay, Ocu ss. 1 p. ra.
rcnatn. anoay. Ovu is, 7 it. in.
lolcomb, fcatumay, 0u 27, 1 p. ra.
t'smoca. iienoay, ocu M. 1 p. nu
V est Ir-lalna, alunday, ocu la. 7 p. ra.
Uoouy. -ruiM-v. ucu u, 1 P m,
llakenneld, XuvsJaj-. Ocu an. 7 p. m.
KONOKABLS JA3. T. LLOVD.
Memphis, Wednesday, Oct. 24, 1 p. ra.
Kaboka, Wednesday, Oct, 24, 1 p. m.
kanoka, Thuraday, Ocu 23, 1 p. m.
lloi.ie. Tburacuy, Ocu 2a, 7 p. m.
Mampnls, Thursday, Ocu 25. 1 p. ra.
La 1 lata, baturday, Ocu 2, 1 p. m.
Sevier. Monday. OcU a. 7 p. tu.
llannc. 'luurtday. .Nov. J. 1 p. ra.
Colony lrtday, Nuv. z, 1 p. m.
peer Hldge. t rllay. ISov. i, I p. ra.
Ldlna. baiurday. Aov. 3.
Clarence, Monday, Nov. 8, 7 p. m.
UO.NOIlAUUa J. J. Ku'SSKLL
Slkutcn. Friday, Ocu Is, J p. ra.
poplar lllutr, batutday. ocU i. a p. m.
Carutbcravllle. Monday, Ocu w, 7 p. ra.
KennelU 'luusday, ocu 3il, 1p.m.
lioicomb. Wednesday, Ocu 31. 1 p. m.
Maiden. Wednesday, OcU 11, 7 u, m.
lMosm&ela, Thursday, Ivov. 1, t p. m,
110NORAJUL13 I. A. HALL.
Jackson. Thursday. OcU 25, 1 p. ra.
Bonn Tarre, lilday. Ocu 23, I p. ra.
poa Run, Saturday, ocu 27. J p. m.
Klrknood. Monday, ocu St, ! p. m.
Lanforth, Tuesday. OcU Ja. 7 p. ra.
lJarlns. Thursday. Nov. 1. 1 p. ra.
SoUvar. baturday. Nov. 3. 1 p. rn.
RONOKA1ILU l-KIUtY ti. RADBss.
Bnicawlck. Monday, Nov. 6, 7 P. m.
RONORADLIS JAMES It. WADOILaw
rarsuson. Thursday. Ocu 2.1p.m.
iio.NoicAuui: t. r. luxirr.
Beaucbamp, Eulphur Eprlns. Vernon County,
Friday. OcU ii. 1 p. m.
Creic&ton, batuiday, OcU 17, I p. ra.
Weilsvtne. Monday. OcU 23. at 7:20 p. m.
lS'ew Florence. Tuesday. Ocu M, at la p. ra.
Jonesburf. Tuesday, Oct. &). at 70 p. ra.
balem. Saturday, ot. 3. 1 p. ra,
UONOKAllLB JOHN A. LEE.
Oronos. Thursday. OcU 23, 7:34 p. ra.
llllUnss. Friday, OcU 26, I'M p. m.
eprincneld. baturday, OcU 17. 7:iJ p. ra.
bllex. Monday, Oct 19. 7- P. in.
Moscow Mills. Tuesday, OcU 30. 1 p. m,
W Infteld. Tuesday. OcU it, 7 JO p. ra.
lMoiiioa, .Nov. 2. 1 p. rn.
Conway, baturday. ov. 3. 7:39 p. ra.
honorakle: il makhn wiLUAaia.
Clinton. Wednesday, OcU 24. 7 p. m,
Rconvllls, Thursday, Oct. 25. 7 p. nu
Hannibal. Friday, OcU IS. at 7 p. nu
Troy, baturday, Ocu 27, 1 p. m,
1'armlnr.tcn. Monday, OcU 13, at 1 p. m.
lilt lllvar, Monday, Ocu . at 7:3u p. ra.
Marquand. Tuesday, OcU SJ. at I p. m.
Aiarbi sun. vveaaesaay. ucu au si i p. a
Jackson, Thursday, Nor. 1, at 1 p. D.
Oran, ITtlay. Nov. z, at 1 p. rn,
Charleston, Friday. Novembar 2, at 7:39 p. m,
Iiester, Baturday. Nov. I. at t p. ra.
1'oplux lhurr, Baturday. Nov. 3. at 7:30 p. ra.
IIONORAlim JL B. IIAWE3.
Brrlngfleld. OcU 27. 7 p. rn.
:lex. Monday. OcU !. at 7-u p. ra.
Mo-cow Mills. Tueaday. OcU 20. 1 p. ra.
Wtnneld. Tueaday. OcU 20. 73J p. m.
Lebanon. Nov. 3! 1 p. ra. and T.30 p. ra.
HONORABLE O. II. AVEKV.
Frankfort, Oct. 24, 230 p. m.
Fatber. Oeu 23. J p. rn.
Rush 11111. Ocu 25. 7:30 p. ra.
Renton City, OcU IS. 2 p. m.
Martrasburc, Ocu ti. I'M p. m.
Wellavllle. OeU 27, 2 p. m.
Montgomery city, Oct. 27, 7:3 p. ra.
Warrutiton. Oct. 29, 7:34 p. za.
Cuba. OCU So, 73 p. ra.
FteelvUle. OcU II, 7.S0 p. ra.
Khberry. Nov. 2, 7 US p. ra.
Mexico. Nov. 3, 7:2) p. m.
Troy, Nov. 5. 7:11 p. in.
HONORABLE E. C CROW.
Milan, Wednesday. Oau H. at 1 p. ra.
Dixon. Thursday. OcU 25. 7 p. ra.
Vienna, Thursday. Oct. 75. 1 p. m.
Japan. Franklin County, Friday. Oct. IS, loal
Buillvan, rranklla County, Friday, Oct. 24
2 p. in.
Ht. Louis City. Saturday. Oct. 27. 7 p. ra.
Kaita, Baturday. Nov. 3. 1 p. m.
HONORABLE J. W. FARRI3.
Humanarllle, Wednesday, Oct. 24. lp.m.
Falrplay. Thursday. Oct. 25. 1 p. ra.
Walnut Grove. Ftldar, OcU !. VSU-p. m.
Linn. Tuesday. Oct. M. 1p.m.
Chamol. Wednesdar. OcU 31. 1 p. rn.
bU James. Friday. Nov. 2. 1 p. rn.
HONORABLE R. I. C WILSOX.
Orctnn. Saturday OcU 27. 2: pro.
Forest City. Saturday, Ocu 27. ,:! p. m
RockporU Monday. Nov. 6. 7 p. m.
Z EXTRACTS and
Blue Mountain Java Coffee ARE THE BEST.
erend Doctor J. S. Klrtley of Kansas Cltv.
The introductory sermon was by the Rev
erend R. M. Inlow of Harrlsonvllle,
This Is the sixth time the association has
met In Columbia. In point of membership
It 1 one or the largest religious bodies In
the State. Already & delegates are here
representing lW.vOU Baptists, over 1.WI
church organisations, 75 district associa
tions and VM ordained ministers. On Sun
day afternoon, the Reverend Charles Roads
of St. Louis, State Sunday-school aocretary.
delivered an address upon Sunday achools.
There are 1.100 Baptist Sunday schools In
Missouri, with a total membership ot 70.
Quo of whom nearly one-tenth are teachers.
Moderator E. TV. Stephens, at the openlnjt
of the association, pointed out these facts
regarding the work of the body:
"Over fifty mlsrlonaries have been at work
in the Suite during the year, and about
S12C00 have been expended for Btate mis
sions. The work of home and foreign mis
sions Is under the control of a board of
nineteen members, which employs a cor
responding secretary or State agent, find
contributions aggregate nearly H5.000. The
Baptists of Missouri have two State col
leKts and eight other colleges directly or
Indirectly under their control. These col
leges have a combined wealth of over one
million of dollars and an attendance of
S.W0 students. They also control an or
HONORABLE IJ:C MERIWETHER.
Webb City. Wednesday. Oct. 24, 7:3J p. ra,
Lari Junction. Thursday. OcU la. 13) p. m.
HONORABLE D. A. DE ARMOND.
Halm. Wednesday. Oct. 24, 7-3-) p. rn.
btockion. Thursday. OcU S. l'-3 p. ra.
0ceoIa. Fridy. Oct. Is. ISO p. rn.
Lcmry City, haturuay. Oct. Zi, 1.39 p. c
l'lttstllle. Muii.luy. Oct. 19, l- p. in.
Mraburrr. Tuesljy, Oct. JJ. J:i) p. ci.
I'leayant 11111. Tunday. fh t. 30. 7:20 p. ra.
Altona. Wednesday, Oct. 21. Si P. in.
b'mnmlt Centre. Wi.lntsJay. rct. 31. 7:31 p. in.
ylr, Thnrsday. Nov. 1. 1:30 p. ri.
Uolden City. Friday. Nov. 2, l:j) p. m.
Iickwood. Friday. Nov. I, 1 p. m.
Uteeniield. Saturday, Nov. 3. 13 p. m.
HONORAltLK If. N. I'lULLIM.
Carutlicrsvllle. Thur-lay. OcU S.lp.n.
Advance, Saturday. Ocu 27. 1 p. ra.
Van Huren. Mon.iay. Ocu 23. 3 p. ra.
Orandln. Tuesday, ocu 3), 7 p. m.
Ortenvlll. Thursday, Nov. 1, 1 p. -n.
Doniphan. Saturday. Nov. 3. 1 p. Tu
1IONOILM1I.B l'RANK II. FAR11I3.
Wentz-. hie. Wednesday. Oct. II. 1 p. in.
L I'llta, ThurdJ, OcU S, 1 p. n.
Klrksvllle. 1'rldiy. Oct IS. 1 p. in.
lmcaster. Haturday, OcU 17. 1 p. n.
Mernphle. Monday, OcU . 1 p. rn.
HONORABLE II. CLAY IIIIATHER.
LewWton. Frl.lay Oct. 25. l3t) p. in.
LaUeUo. Tburlay. iVt. Zu 7 p. m.
Monllrello. Friday. Ocu K. 7 p. rn.
Canton. Saturday. Oct. 17. 7 p. m.
RONOIIAUU: EDWARD ROBB.
Murrlll Prrtniss. Wedresdiv. O-U II, 1 p. m.
IeiHr. W'edr.esday, OcU 24. 7 p. ra.
I'atterson. Thursday. iw-t w. 1 p. in.
c:rrenvlll4 Thureday. Oct. IS. 7 p m.
Klmtnsttlrk. Friday. Oct. IS. 1 p. ra.
Ie Soto, FrMay. Oct. ? 7 p. m.
Fotost. Fiturday. OcU 17. 1 p. rn.
HOXOKAIILK A. H. KALLME7ER.
Boonvllla and Westviood, Wrdr.eay. Oct. 21.
Pilot Urov and Melscnhelmer. Thuisday, Oct.
TeeM. Monday. Oct. U. 1 p. it.
Dutiow, Mnnday. Oct. U. :!) p ru
Wheeler's Hall. Tuesday, O-U ZO. 1 p. ra.
Warrentcn. Tuesday. Oct. 3i, 7.3) p. ra.
HONORABLE THOMAS L. ANDERSON.
Et. Louis, Thursday, Oct. 2a. t p. in.. Anchor
HONORABLE C. I). CORCM.
Brunswick. Friday, Oct. lo, 7 p. m.
Hejtesvllle. Saturday. Ocu 27. 1 p. ra.
HONORABLE E. M. RICHMOND.
Milan. Wednesday, OcU 24, 11 a. m.
Llnneus Thursday. OcU la, 1 p. in.
Center. Friday. OcU li. 1 p. ra.
La, Flata. Saturday, OcU 17. 1 p. m.
HONORABLE R1I0DE3 CLAT.
Farls. OcU Is. 7) p. nu
Jackson, Ocu 27. 7:0 p. ra.
Cant. Nov. 2. 7:3-) p. ra.
HONORABLU TV. P. ANTHONT.
Festus. Monday, Nov. J. 7:10 p. m.
HONOiuUJLU DAVID WALLACE.
Troy, Tueaday. Oct. U. 1M p. ra.
bU diaries, vv -due-Jay. OcU 24. 7-M p. ra.
Montgomery City. Thursday. OcU la. ,0 p. ra.
WclLvllle. Friday. OcU :. 73) p. rn.
REVLRLND DOCTOR HCOHEr.
West 1'Ulns, Wednesday. OcU 31, Uj p. ra,
I'omona, VeJnt4ay, ocu 21. ' p. m.
Mountain Mow. Tbursday, xvov. 1. lip. ra.
Willow springs. Thuisday. Nov. L 1 JO p. ra.
Calnx.1. iTiday. Nov 2. 1 p. rn.
lMliar, baturday. Nov. 2.1p.m.
Republic. Monday. Nov. C. 71 p. ra.
llO.NOliABLU VV. U. LLtlFER.
Humphreys, Thursday, OcU 2a, 8 p. rn.
Ltnneus, Monday. Ocu 2. s p. ra.
New Boston. Tuesday, OcU iJ. 5 p. ra.
Buckltn. Wednesday, Ocu 21, I p. m.
Marcellrys. Tnuiaday, Nov. 1, 8 p. ra.
Bros, run'-. Friday, Nov. 2, 8 p. m.
Ueadvllle. Saturday. 2ov. 3. 8 p. m.
HON01UBLE a A. HASELTIirB.
ManetU Tuenlay. OcU 22. 1M p. ra.
Bpnuifneld tCourthcuse, Thursday, OcU U. 7::
Osceola. Friday. OcU 25, 1 p. m. .
Weaubieau. Friday, OcU A. 7:33 p. m,
Bolivar, baturday, OcU Z7. 1 p. m. .
bpringtield. baturday. Ocu IT. 7:3o p. ra.
Oiark, Monday, Ocu 2. 12 o'clock. '
BilUcgi. Monday, OcU it. "'SO p. ra.
belisman. Tuesday Oct- S0 1 p in.
Aurora. Tuesday. Ocu 20. iu p. ra.
Ash Grave. Ifturadav. Nov. 1. 1 n m.
itepubllc. Thursday. Nov. 1. 7j p. m.
l'lullipsburi;, Friday Nov. I. 1 p. in.
Utraaerd. Friday. Nov. 2. 1M p. rn.
HONORABLE IL a CLARK.
Montrose Saturday, OcU 27, 7:23 p. ra.
Uneatleld. Monday, OcU Sf, 120 p. ra.
JJade County, Tuesday. Ocu 23. 2 p. rn.
Lackwood, Tuesday. OcU 3. 734ip. ra.
Oturvtlle. Thursday, Nov. 1. 1M p. ra,
UONOIUtBLE lu IL JCERN.
Flat River. Monday, Nov. 6. 7:39 p. m.
HONORABLE JOHN S. IU.VNE3.
Dixon, Saturday. Nov. 3. 1 p. m.
HONORABLE C H. FAUNTLEROT.
Tipton, Thursday. OcU 23, 7:30 p. ra. ,
HONOltABLE E. M. HAitBER.
Milan, Wednesday. OcU 24, 7:20 p. ra.
fcallebury. Thursday, Oct. 2a, 7:M p. ra,
l-Utuburir. irlday, OcU 26. 7:3') p. ra.
HONORABLU WALTER VROOMAJT.
TJnlonrllle, Wednesday. Ocu 24. 7U p. ra,
Mendota. Thursday. OcU 23, 7:30 p. in.
BrooklieM, Saturday, OcU 27, 1S9 p. nv
Marcellne, Monday. Ocu 29. 7:30 p. rn.
Richmond. Wedresday. OcU 31. "-) p. ra,
MAJOR T. O. T0WLE3.
Rolls. Friday. OcU IS. I'M p. m.
L-banon. baturday, ocu I.. 1 p. ra. and 7J
HONORABLE I a BOTLB.
Tipton. Thursday. OcU 2a. 1 n. ra.
UONOIUVBLB K. B. WOOLFOIJC.
JoneabursT. Oct. 23, 1 p. rn.
Bell Flower. Thursday. OcU 1 7:29 p. ra.
xanviue, Tloay. cfcu ! a p. rn.
Montaxmery etc Friday. OcU 14. tat p. m,
Chantluy, Satuxjay. Ocu 27, 7:50 p. m.
Olney. Monday. Ocu , 7:a p. ra.
HONORABLE W. A. ROTUWELL,
Unn County. Monday, OcU 29.
Memphla, haturday, Nov. 3. at I p. ra.
Honorable j. w. suddath.
Beaucharnp bulpbur Sprlnas, Verr.on County,
Friday, Oct. IS, t I p. m.
Horrisonvllle, Wednesday. OcU IL 7:M PV ra.
HONOIUVBLE JOHN TV. NORT1L
Pry Knob, Thursday. OcU 23. 1 p. nu
Delto. Thursday, OcU 25. 7r p. rn.
FhlllljKiburir, iTiday, Ocu 24, 1 p. ra.
Russ. ITlday. Oc. a. 7U o. m.
Lebanon, baturday, OcU 2.. 1 p. ta. ana TM
HONORABLE TVM. JEFF FOLLABDV
Elslcnore. Thursday. OcU 23. at 7:2 p. ra.
Van Buren, FrIJay. Ocu IS. at 7:) p. ra.
Fredcricktown. Saturday. November J. at 133
P" m HONORABLD T. F. BITRNnTT.
Lesburir. Crawford Co. OcU 27. at 1 p. raw
HONOltABLE F. M. WILSON.
Crala-. Wednesday. OcU 24, 730 p. ra.
Maitland, Thursday. OcU 2a, at 7:20 p. in.
Mound City, Friday. OcU M, at .) p. rn.
Ldgerton, Saturday OcU 27, at 7 M p. ra.
llONORABLE A. Ml BELL.
Versailles, Saturdiy. Nov. 3. at lp. rn.
California. Saturday. Nov. I. at )!. Da,
iion6rablc sam a Jeffries.
TVntzvlll. Saturday, Nov. 3, at .alp. ra,
HONORABLE EDWARD McCABB.
Memphis. Thursday, OcU 25. at 1 p. m.
LaGranco. Friday. Oct. 2. at 7S0 p. m.
FalmjTa. Tuea'day. OcU 20 at .a Pv.m.
HOXORABLB CHARLES R. PISRS.
Tipton. Thursday, Oct. 25, at 1 p. ra.
ThONOIc,BLE TV. it. WALLACE.
LaVIata. Saturday. Ocu 27. at 1 p. ra.
Local committees In the rpectlv countle ar
recuested to se that ra-etinns ar properly ad
vertised and that all necessary arrangements ax
mad for th apeaken. - . .
m J. M. SEIBERT. Chairman.
J R. Kdwsrds. Fecretary.
MEETINOS IN C1TT O'e' BT. LOOI3 TTNDER
AtJSPiCES OF TVORKINO MEN'd BRTAJ
Muth'a Hall. Sarah sU. Manchester and Chou
teu avs.. Saturday. OcU 27, at 7:30 p. rn. Speak
ers Albert O. Allen. Cc W. I'erklns, E. C.
Crow. Lee- Meriwether.
Tony Ellermann' Hall. tIO N. Broadway.
Monday. Oct. . at 7) p. ra. Epaker TV. A.
Brannenbercer. V. C. Quels. W. X. Miller. Lee
Bohemian" Gymnasium, Ninth and Allen aye.,
Tuesday. OcU 3). at 7:30 p. m. Speakers Doo
tor J. li. Chamcexa, TV. A. Brannenherser, 1-ee
Xorthweit Turner and Lelderkranti Hall, Vjn
deventer nnd Eaton aves., Wednesday. OcU
Jl at 7-JO p. m. Speakers Mrs. J. E. Mulkey,
A. M. Dockery. Le Meriwether.
UbrlRs Qe. Jefferson and Washington ave.,
Thursday. Nov. 1, at 7:30 p. m. Speakers C,
TV. Terkln Jno. A, L. L- Meriwether
EocKl Turner Hall. Thirteenth arrt Monroe
ts.. Friday. Nov. 2l at 7S0 p. rn. Speakers-.
yirl. J. E. Mulkey. Jno. A. L and Le Marl
wether. . .
Hasharen'n Hall. IIC0 liirton avo, Saturday,
Nov. 3. at 7.-S) p. m. Speakers TV. C. Ouels.
8. M. Ryan. Jno. T. Wilson. Leo Meriwether.
St. Lawrence O'Tool'a new school hall. Four
teenth ana O'Fallon sts.. Saturday. Nov. 4. at
":!) p. ra. (Polish meetine). Speakers-Jno. A.
Le and Lea Meriwether.
phans' homo and a sanitarium in St. Louis.
The General Association comprses over
600 delegates of churches and associations."
Tonne at Centralis.
Ccntralia. IIL, Oct E-.-C. A. Towne was
the principal speaker at a large Democratic
meeting here to-day. L. M. Kagy and C.
Porter Johnson of Chicago, a Stato Senator,
also made addresses this afternoon. There
were a large crowd and a long parade this
evenlnc. with all neighboring towns well
Woman Addresses at Larue Crowd,
Bloomington, IIL. OcL 22. Vespasian TVar
ner of Clinton, present member of Congress
for this district and Republican nominee for
re-election, addressed a large audience to
night at the Coliseum. He was accompanied
from Clinton by a delegation ot 600 on a
special train, m
A Grateful Mother
TVrltes: "I am never without Peruna, and
as soon as 1 find that one of my children
has a cold I give them Peruna. A few doses
helps them. Peruna Is a friend Indeed."
Mrs. Paul Perschel. li Quitman street. New
ark. X. J.
A. A. SELKIRK & CO.,
AUCTION and STORAGE
Regular sale every Saturday at warehouse,
1CS-1)-1J Crxuteau are. Sales In residences a
sieclalty. Main o-Tlce, 334 N". blxth au Phone
All th.j tVctlc and cext EuncUy
ratrlcn A. i c
t-am MorrU & 'o.
Ye-jEcr. K I!y X. Teaser.
Mr & Jlrs. O'Hell.
Louisa Willis Uepnen
lonabu ft NlchoU.
1-am & Id-v Klly.
Orch'atri Cha.rs (Reserved), Me.
Nlsht rrl:e li, 2:. U. to and 7c
'SintaS.'Se!'-1 Feaale Drtimmr.
Ban. JIaU ?.'ext A I'oor Relation.
SCAT S.ALE THURSDAY.
FRAN'Iv L. I'RRLEY PREaENTa
THE ALIGE NIELSEN ScSbnr
In the Brilliant Code Opera Successes,
THE SINCINC C1RL and
THE FORTUNE TELLER.
lTLtNIC McKRU rRSE?CI3
i.v Jnnlco TVIorocll'tlx.
DlICTION' OP MARCUS MATER.
Neat attraction Allc Nielsen Opera Co.
JEFFERSON DE ANCELIS
pd comrajiy. lnclatn? Ml: Jcssl ITacltay. la
th itafoa-s muslOLl 'Jcces
-A. HO X AL noOTJE.
AX OrERATIC NOVELTT.
Xxt Hunday Ward asd Yokes.
Nlcht Prices 15. 13. S and SOtu
feS?? TERRY McGOVERN. ua.
San. Mau Next Mcntgden's Row ot Flats. ?fw.
The ITcm ot Felly. Two Frolic Sally.
Harry Bryant's Australian Burlesquers .
Presentlrs- A BARGAIN DAT and MISS TARI3
Next Attraction CITY SPORTS.
IMPERIAL. At 8 O'clock.
Audience Enthralled! Critic FnthsstasUol
"THE DANCING GIRL"
lias rarely. If aver, baus qualed la th!. city.-
3 BAOES Q
OotrJt Mlaattt' RU to
TO-DAY-RAIN OR SHINE.
Wabash trains letvv Union Station for Xlnloelk
Park at 1:15 p- rn., iap.m. (Saturdays only).
1:4a p. m. Leave foot ot Ollv street at 11M a.
rn.. 19 p. cu. l:U p m. and 40a p. rn.
Suburban trains lcav Walla SUtlca avcry flv
L1DIES ADMITTED FREE!
Ofllcs of tho President of the
Board of Public? Improvements.
BU Louis. October 22. 1300.
Puhllo notice la hereby elven that th.
Board of Public Improvements tvlll hold a
special meeting at the hour of 10 a. m. of
13TH DAT OF NOVEMBER. MOO.
et Its office, Room 3oO, In the Nevr City
Hall, for the purpose of considerlnc th.
matters hereinafter narnea. to wit:
No. CZi. Petition No. T7J5. For openlns
east and west alley In city block No. 1307.
from Nebraska avenue to Longfellow boule
vard, and between Alien avenue aad Geyer
No. ET-X Petition No. TS01 For opening
east and west alley In city block No. 1472.
from Blair avenue to Von Phul street. -and
between Grand avenue and Obear avenue.
No. 5T2L Petition No. TSS5. For opening
east and west alley In city block No. 22 B,
from Union boulevard to Belt avenue, and
between Vernon avenu. and Map! avenue.
No E73. Petition No. 7833. For opening
north and south aljey In city block No. 2486,
from Penrose street to Carter avenue, and
between Obear avenue anil John avenue.
No. E735. Fetition No. 7910. For openlnx
east and west alley in city block No. 21S1
north, from Motard avenue to Sprins ave
nue and between Hickory street and Lasalla
No S727. Petition No. 731L For opening
east and west alley In city block No. HU
eouth. from Motard avenue to Spring ave
nue and between P.utcer street and Hlckory
tNclt"6T3. Board's Motion. For openlna;
east and west alley In city block No. 2357,
from Blxth street to Seventh street, and
between Malt street end Kansas streeL
No. 573. Board's Motion For opening
east and we,t alley in city block No. 231S
east, from Spring avenue to Vandeyenter
avenue, nnd between Forest Park boulevard
and Larlede avenue.
No E7-D. Board's Motion. For opening
Lawrence street from Magnolia avenue to
Alclflzen Interested In any of tha mat
ters above named are requested to attend.
By order of tho Board. ,,.. '
Secretary Pro Tem.
ST. LOUIS PROVIDENT
172C JT. THIB,TBE.Vrn ST.,
Continue to serv an appreclatlns puhlle wltk
flrst-clas hand work, uslna; no chemicals anl
halnjr lately odosted Domtstla finish. Fnon
WILLIAM F. HOMES. U. J. BIElNaTIl
President. . Secretary.
I23TABLISIIED IN ls43.
Missouri state Mutual Fire anl Maria
Office No. TIT Chestnut St.. St. Louis. Mo.
Teh Hell Main rm. , TeL Klnloch A. IDS.
I'olicies Aro Written on Either Stock or Mutual
J R. C. T.uca. VI m. F. Homes.
t D. Walker. Henry C. Haarstlck.
Jas. W. Hell. SL It. Orthweln.
Jas. E. Kaime. Abirutr.s Xedlerhnt.
Postal Telegraph Gable Go,
Hals OfUce, Laded Dalldlsia;,
FOURTH AND OLIVE STREETS
400,000 Miles Wire. S.OOO OfBce.
Ve vronld be pleased to haadla yon
Telrstram. Try as. Telephoaa Kalai
Imperial Hair Regenerate
The Standard Hair Coloring
for Oray or llleachert Hair, la a dean.
i'R Colorlnr. Any natural ahane. Leaving
fjr'wa hsJr beanttral. dean anl glossy. QfS
JPiW APPLICATION LASTS MONTH8.
Pample ot hair colored free. Frlvacx
....Mil Cml fn. IHTnnM.t
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TVolff-WUon Droit Ox. WashInTon ave. an.l Cth
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