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THE REPUBLIC: STXDAY. XOYTOfBETl 11, 3000.
JO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.
' TUscount rates w. re 5 to T per '--n' w call
and time Io:.ns. CI niane-s. SIVcl.Tl'i: ''
anees, JOOiS'S. Xnv Yo:k .!i.ir-" ic
premium bid, I5c premium nski-d. 1-oins-. lib
ZC discount bid, pir as.ed. Cliioa.?". 1"
premium bid. lie jir. tnlum asked. Nt w (n
loars -1c discount MJ. par aKJ. Cincin
nati. -: discount blu, par asked.
The local wheat market closed Ii'-Iit -it
4c Nov.. 72"sc Dec. 7TK.C I). May. 71fiT4c
Nn. 2 red. Corn closed up at CG-,c n. Nov..
SO.c a. Dcci. J3h;flSc b. May. r.CMMTc
No. 2 white. Oats closed at :ri,e a. Nov.,
Zi tC b. Dec 21Ho May. 24c No. 2.
The local market for standard mKS pork
''.o.-cd steady nt HZ for new. Prime pram
li-d closed higher nt C.J2H.C for East Side.
Tho local tpot cotton market closed quiet.
LOCAL AND SCBCTIIIAN.
"Miss Saclo "Waters, v. ho died at Ver
rallles. IVince, was hurried In IJ-llcfon-talne
Homer tVigclis, pitmrch sw-inllcr. a
prisoner at the Pour Courts., tikes a philo
sophical view of itiiic
A negro who fnudi.lintly collected a 1
"taV on witiow' pensions was sentenced
to cicht-i-n moiths at hard labor.
V thief vho tore a 550 bill In two. ar
rived at the Subtre.""ury ahead of his vlc
i'in and had the lull tedeemed.
.Ifdin T. I?nvd. formerly a prosperous
nicr. hant of St Luis. caused himself to
1m arrested In ordir to get food and shelter
n-e. Mippo--.il to have been of Incendiary
ism hioke oir in two places lniul
tanpo.i": v i . a South St i-miis tenement.
JSursl.irs entered Hosmer Hull and robbed
tho cloakroom, stealing wearing apparel.
The :n iiaiuont of the Music Pestlv.il
l.a not made anv definite arrangements
.n;. et to resume t!-- -onc"rt.
World's l"ur workers are out after car
jwrations and m?n who are eiK-ctcd to
come down with Urge subscription.
St Vincent's Cithn'ic Church celebrate--to-diy
Its tlftv -fifth anniversary.
Tho rostrvmen of Alount Calvary Church
Mie C S Alber for JS.ttt) alleged to be due
the church since 1SJG.
Several candidates for offices In the next
General Asembl have announced their as
pirations Neichliors of Mrs Henrietta Pol'nskv
tilled her chinnry w ith stones and rubbish.
The uiiidentllird woman v. ho wa Haled hi
a bu?gy "as Identified by her son as Mrs
Charles Winters, alias "Dutch Charlies,"
Is out of Jail again.
Carondelet business men Trill nrotcs
against the street car service now siven to
that part of the city.
Smith Academy Is to give a music enter
tainment In December.
A Grand avenue car r.ivgbt fire while In
motion and burned to the ground. The pas
fngers escaped by jumping.
Mr. Hob!!t7clle of the Election Commls
!oncrs onice. la figurine on the cost of tho
jceent election In St Lou's.
Senator Mason Is astatine the project of
a --hip waterway from the St. Lawrence to
Saloonkeeper? have formed an independ.
ent lodge organization, known as tho Koal
Tho Great Northern and Union Pacific
ha u concluded the detaits Tor a new trailio
The car-s--rv!co department cf the Balti
more and Ohio Southwestern will be moved
to Baltimore next month.
A. 3. "Wliite has ben appointed general
, "Western cgent of the Mexican Hallway,
with headquarters In St. Louis.
President Callaway of the New York Cen
tral has lisued a circular relative to the
Boston and Albany lease.
Tho "Western Classification Subcommittee
is In session at Hot Springs. Ark.
The Cincinnati. Hamilton and Dayton will
refund Its bonds to provide for Improve
ments. Tho contract between the Pacific Mall
Company and the Panama Company may
not bo renewed.
The new Rock Island extension between
Gowrio ana Sibley, la., was opened for
C. B. C beat St. Louis University yester
day by a. score of 25 to i.
li. S. Adams of Webster Groves won Re
rubllc Golf Championship Cur oa Field
Club links yektcrday.
New York. Nov. 10. Arrived: St. Louis
from Southampton, eta; Prins nesent Lult
pold from Bremen; Lucanla, Liverpool.
Antwerp, Nov. 10. Sailed: Kensington,
Ltvcrpool. Nov. 10. Sailed: Urnbrla, Now
New York. Nov. 10 Sailed: Etrurla, Liv
erpool. Manltou, London; Rotterdam. Rot
terdam, via Boulogne: Kaiser "Wilhelm IL
Naples: Ethiopia, Glasgow.
Yokohama, Nov. 18 Arrived previously:
America Maru, San Francisco, via Honolulu
for Hodb-Ko3e; Tacoma for Hons-Kong:
Honc-Kons, Nov. 10. Arrived previously:
Captlo. Ban Francisco, via Honolulu and
Liverpool, Nov. 10. Arrived: Campania,
Genoa. Nov. 10. Arrived: Wcrra, New
York via Naples.
Queenstown, Not. 10. Arrived: Bylvanla,
Boston for Liverpool.
Taku. Nov. 10. Arrived: Bosnia, San
Brisbane, Nov. 10. Sailed: Narrimoo
(Oran Sydney. N. S. W), Vancouver.
Glasgow. Nov. 10 Arrived: Trltonla, Mon
treal. Cherbourg, Nov. 10. Sailed: New York
(from Southampton), New Yorlc
Covers tlie bod3' with large, iiiflaiued, burning, itching, scaling
patches and causes intense suffering. Do not delay treatment
Hood's Sarsaparilla has radically and permanently cured
the worst cases. It thoroughly cleanses the system of the humors
on which this ailment depends and prevents their return.
Ask your druggist for Hood's to-day and accept no substitute.
'T had salt rheum very badly. It suited on
jny hands ami went lo my feet. I buffered in
tense pain. I was not benefited by medicine
and became discouraged. I tben began taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla and soon felt a change. I
kept on until I was entirely cured." Miss Anna
HiursciiLAGER, 129 Twentieth St., Louisville, Ky.
"Oue of my wrists was covered with what
looked like common pimples. I did not pay
much attention to them until they began to itch".
They would then become very red and the next
day would have a scab. A physician said it was
salt rheum and recommended Hood's Sarsa
parilla. After taking Gve bottles of this medi
cine the trouble entirely disappeared and has
never returned." M. V. IIuukrtcs, Dausvillc,
jGIRL TRAMP MUST GO
; TO INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
Jessie Angle, an Orphan, Who Began Her
Nomadic Career Nine Years Ago, Picked
Up by a Policeman.
rffMBrlffli Wlff J W nlnBlrrwiTiiHBBiH TfSiffpCTKiB' ' "'
Orphan, who starlet! out to see the world .ind was ai-iestoil.
Jessln Ancle, an orphm 17 year' oM,
started out nearly nine years nso "to see
the world." A bl(j policeman who took her
In custody early yesterday mornlnjr brought
her nomadic career to an end. Je:-sle will
no.v go to tho Girl's Industrial Home to
llirure on a more useful occupation.
.TcyIe wa born at Three Rivers. Mich.
"When "he was S lears old her parents di.'d.
She had no relatives to care fir her. but a
friend who had known hr father, took her
to his home nt Sturpls, Mich.
Jessie pc-setsed a fondue" for rovlns
I and bhe soon tired of hsr simple country
i life. A novel or two which she had read
I filled her mind with exaggerated Ideas of
tho pleasures of life In large cities and
sho ran away. FTom fcturgi. she went to
Chicago. HI., but she did not stay there
long. She next went lo Hunker Hill, 111.,
where she lived for three years Tiling of
. life there sha wmt to Sulpman, where she
BRITISH GUNBOAT IS
SUNK 3Y A TYPHOON.
Crew Was Saved, but Twelve Otlier
Persons Perished as a Result
of the Storm.
Rone-Konf. Nov. 10. A typhoon struck
the town last evening and raged until morn
ing. A Britith river irunbnit was sun!:, but
htr crew are reported to be safe.
During the typhoon the Eritlsh g-iiboats
Tweed ard Firebrand and the coast-dcfer.o
i ircnclad vvlvern were In great .lander, n
they were dragging th'lr anchors, and tht
Firebrand was tnippli.g heavy seas and
All tired distress signals, and tho Rrlti'-h
torjwdo-bo.it destrover Otter proceeded to
their assistance It was a dangerous un
dertaking, owing to the furious sea that
wa running and tho great masses of float
i ing wreckage
i The Otter succeednd, however, in wivlns
I the crew of the British dispateh-ltoat S ind
Piper, with the i-xception of one man, and,
. the weather moderating, she also j-av-d tli
' other vessels mntii nl. Another hour of
the hunic.ine and all would havo been lost.
Tho troops at Kow-lxjon who were
housed In tents and temporary lurracs.
were In a pitiable pllulit. The lentb and
mat bheds collapsed and the men and ani
mals were etposetl to the fur of the storm.
The hospital roof was stripped off, hut
luckily there were no casualties. An ad
miralty dredge In tho Canton Ittver was
capsized and two of her crew were drowned.
"Some time since I began to have trouble with
my arms. They itched intensely and prevented
:ne from sleeping. I thought I had salt rheum
and decided I needed a blood purifier. I pro
cured a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla and con
tinued its use until I had taken three bottles,
when I was completely cured." Mrs. L. Hart
jiann, 273 Woodbine street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
"For 25 years my mother has been troubled
greatly with salt rheum on her hands, feet and
ankles. This spring her feet and ankles became
so inflamed and swollen it gave her great pain
to walk. She is now taking her third bolllc of
Hood's Sarsaparilla and has been greatly bene
fited by it. The inflammation and swelling are
all gone. W'c heartily reco-umend Hood's as
the best blood purifier." Fannie Au'ors,
Hood's Sarsaparilla Promises to Cure and Keops
proeurred employ mnt as houmnil in a
private family. Eight moMths ago she came
to St. Louis, where "-he found emplomnt
ns a governess Jcs! was latt employed
bv a family at Page and Walton avenu-s
At tho end of her dav's v.-ork Jessie was
wont to view the city hy gaslight List
night Df teellve Fitzgerald saw her wander
ing about on Chouteau avenue near Twelfth
st-eet. He followed her and saw hor near
tho Windsor Club Hall at No. 1022 Papln
trert. A man. who met her. Invited her
inside to get warm by the grate lire, and
s" accepted the inv llatlon A minute latr
i'ltigirald took Iit In custody.
Jevsie Is 17 c.trb old, but she appears to
be only about 15.
"I don't care who knows about my run
ning uway," she said, "Just so the 'kid'
don't hear ubout it." When questioned as
to the "kid's" Identity ane admitted that
ho was htr sweetheart.
Many houses were blown down, causing
MISS BARTON TO LEAVE SOON.
U:iIveton Needs More Relief, but
Her Work Is Done.
Galveston, Tc , Nov. 10 After spending
nearlj two months in the relief work
among the suffen-rs at O.ihc-ton and oihr
Pl.icts on th Toms coast. -Miss Ciara Har
i"n ftcli that there !- no more ntceiilty
for her rvmainlu-: m the Held. The work
of rthf will have io b" continued. low
ever, during th entir wintir, but thi lo
cal lttd ' ros". oni r In Clalv t -ton. uruan
l7ed at Miss Hirton's suggestion, and the
local committ' (!, at ihe various points on
Hi- mainland are in burh thorough working
order th it ih-y will u- Mile to distrlhu'o
those iUL'Klli now on hand and the Ijruo
qiMtitltv th.it will cintln-ie to Le sent with
out the aid of Mis, Harton's stair Th-re-fore
it is her purpo.-'p to withdraw from
T tu within h few d.ijs.
Miss Barton gave out the following statement-
"Ttio cha'igu In temperature from tho
warm weather which has prevailed alnst
cctihtanily since the storm on the Sth of
Hi number to tho vcrv chilly weather
which began here two days ago Is e-uising
great stiff. ring with th thotu.inds of liom"
!t3 people who are llilng in tents upon tho
beach. In dilapidated. sjnrm-ilamaged
houses, and in hacks constructed out of
tho debris of the moim. It .ill be almost
a miracle if piunioiiia nnd kindred dis
eases do not follow t'v cold s-pell if it con
tinues, and further cold weather Is Inevita
ble from this time on "
Tod Sloan Is returning to America. He
confided lo an English correspondent that
he would not lie Interviewed by tho New
York correspondents on hl. throw down by
tho Prince of Wales. He is greatly cha
grined becauba tho Prince gave him tho
00 yards Sood
,800 yards xminsier Carpets c Formerly
8,000 yards Tapestry Oarpsfs (Fornwiy Sold 70c)
S,2S0 yards Royal
NOTTSKCHAM LACE CURTAINS. $ , , , ,
-, . , n,- i -.., r- ? As a consequence of our tuo weeks' sale we
" Great Leaders, f ortin $2.5t t
Over 1,000 Pairs, - xt, S3. 75 hive accumulated a number of 1, 2 and .'! pair
including tuauy patterns ( more. ) $4.50 )
lots of Lace Curtains and odd pairs of Portieres.
IRISH POINT LACE CURTAIN'S. j
1 Special Lots. f Former- $5.00 To clos;e tlleul out q"i-kly we have made a
oOO Pairs Jy J4 I S7.50 stiU crrcater reduction, and offer values that can
Choice, Xew 1 to $8.50?
Uehigns more. J $10.00 i not be duplicated.
THE ABOVE ARE
TO STATE GAPITAL.
lJonioi'ratic. Slntp TTcadquiirtcis
Closed and Employes of Com
mittee Will Take a Uest.
FEW ADDITIONAL RETURNS.
Secretary Kdwnrus Declares Gov-cnuir-Kli'Ct
Will lie in the Neighbor
hood of r.2.roo.
Chairman S- ibert and Socrtnry llarrr
Vlwaids of tin- Democratic State Commit
tee clo-ed the hciaquart'T" at tho Uicleile
lintel j-sinlay and ci'Tarti-1 list night Jnr
Jffferon City. lUiere tliey WU rtsumo
tl-clr regular duties.
Thero as the usual crowd present jea
terday when tho rooms wero vacated. A
numliT of aslnnt' worlred all afternoon
lioln5 up records which were bhlppeil to
Jefferson CItv. lloth Mr. Pelbert and Mr.
Edwards declared they wero Klad It was
over. Uoth have worked falthfullv at ths
tatk of continuing the Democracy In power
"We had a roo1 Captain In charge and
i that Is one reason we Misourlans came.
1 rnf ni Mm rnnlpat llrtorlons, rtprlnreil Mr
Pockery Wednesday In Fpealiiujr of Chair
man J. M. Selbert. He Rlcs no small
credit to the executive ability of the chair
man of the- State Committee and Ills corps
of assistants, who have lieen stationed at
Pt. Iul3 In tho campaign. Others h.ivo
complimented Mr. Selliert on tilts excellent
ehe'iiK made In the State.
1 p additional returns wero received yes
ter..iy from tho State. Secretary llarry
Kdwards declared last night before le.iUnn
for Jeftcrson City that Mr. Dockery's ma
jority would bo In the neighborhood of
I2.CW. This Is almost conceded by Chair
man Aklns of tho Republican Slate Com
mittee. The latter Is making desperate ef
forts to cut that majority down to less than
20.000. but so far has not been able to do so.
Thero are a large number of wagers post
ed on DO.C'O which hao not yet been set
tled, and It Is probable the oKlcIal returns
will bo waited for to determine thee. The
telegrams In pome instances may not bo
entirely correct, and thero Is somo doubt
felt as to the exact figures.
Al Morrow, who has served the Ptato
Committeo in th capacity of stenographer
for tho third campaign, departed jesterday
for .ItfftrMon City to rtaume his duties in
the Governor's olllce. Mr. Morrow ha modo
a reputation as one of the best-posted pol
iticians in tho S.atc, and his work wa3
valuable throughout the campaign for this
Han't Mi" It.
The great suit and overcoat sale, filobe.
Seventh and nanklln aeuue. Sec page 11,
COLOMBIAN REBELS ROUTED.
Burn Villages as They Hetreat Be
fore Government Forces.
Colon, Colombia, Nov. 10. Advices have
been received here announcing the completo
defeat of the rebel forces at I3uena Ven
tura. Tho Government forces. It Is added, am
In hot pursuit of tho rebels, who are said
to bo burning villages while retreating.
COURT SUSTAINED THE PEOPLE.
1 Decision Bendered Against the
' T'coiia Gas Trust.
I Peoria, JH., Nov. 10. Judge Thomas IT.
i Shaw, in the Branch Court here to-diy.
susiaincu mo cause or 1219 v;"i" saiusi me
Gas Trust. This was in tho course of an
exhaustive opinion on & dtmurrcr filed by
w HfflUfiir irsnniTA uur fra.QAnT 3!fr& wsfiY? EVBrbnfn
BROADWAY f Plll S ffe ill BROADWAY
ST. CHARLES, wl llllrllii W HlW ST5 CHARLES,
MBnBrgBnMPBagrTgMyjIww'iJ' i y
That the people know a good thing when they
sec It was demonstrated by the heavy buying last week.
Our store was packed and jammed from morning till night
This big store's facilities were magnificently tested, and
stood the strain admirably.
Ready for another crush to-morrow! The values are
here! Shelves piled up with bargains that will do your
eyes good! We haven't the space to enumerate many
prices, but here arc a few Extra Bargains:
Velvet Carpets (Foroiariy
Axminster Carpets c
50 TURKISH AND PElAiti CARPETS Sale Prica $50.00
S zc to-)ii ') led bv 12 tcct
CR5ENTAL RUGS, Cood Qua ities Sale Price $10.00
Hearth Size I
75 VSLTOW VELVET PUGS, Stylish ffects-3a!e Price $23.50
Gnc'Mccc Voom Siscs. 1 or iter I'nteSJS. (10.
ENGUSK SIBERIAN RUGS, Greal NdKlties-.-Sale Price S
BUT A FEW OF THE MANY GREAT BARGAINS WE
the trust ruling I to the oiUmal bill of tho
In one coum abo'c did Ihe Judge sustain
the trust, thl bung th.it .- tioti of the
Journal's quo warranto declaration whl h
attempts to ho what the gas eompan en
are by charti.- right. It was hel3 by tne
Court that tho language In this sixtijn if
the deelar.illon was not cud! lt'itl sp eillc
an 1 the pro-eeution was ordered to uiako
In all th- vital poi .i of the deel iratlon,
the piuci'utfli is Siruiulj witain.-d by th-Co'-.rt.
a-.d tlie deni'irrer ot tl-j tmst is of
LIKE OUR WALL PAPER.
British Ainb.isaJor Say.- It In the
Best in the World.
nrri.Tr.ic .-peci i
Washington. Nov 10 The Unlish Km-b:it-
h i riciitiy 1 en inrlihed by the
cargo of ' gar.t funiisl-lnss. hangings -md
carpi Ls tent (rom UngUnd for that purpo-e.
When tl.- net syc.ii gatriring take- plai '.
t'.ere W.ashi'iion Mii.iet will -to many
notable chaiigi s in ll.u iiparlmtuls of tho
i:mbassj of liaei n Vlitoiia.
The Anib.i-i.idur - study h.ii been altered
by having tho walls hung In an ttpec! illy
rich ii-ur.d papt.r of two tones of cninwjn.
This paper oddlj enough, is of American
n ai:e As none of the samples ttnt from
London pl-.i-cd I-ord 1' nine foto sii!tici-nt-I,
be wnuld not alio'.. aii of it huiig in
In it mining tae s.in-pies I.nrd 1" lunct
"I i (.turn tho samples of papers, as I
would ihit are for :.uv ot lii-m I -lull
si 1 't a tultablel paiiirn fnun ou of the
c-tsblislinur.ts in this couutrv. as tho
I mtcd States bound a quistloii. -v 'Ma
Wurld In tho matttr of wail paper."
REDMOND TO BE LIBERATED.
Murder Charge Against Him Is to
ICansa." City, Jto , Nov. 10. County Prws-
.-,. .: . t ... .1 ... .1. . l, n (I!
editor jaics ainioum-tu iu-muv ui.ti .- .
di'-ml-s tho relebrated (use ncuitet .lamea
Itolmond who is charged with b-lng v.3
of tho prlncll-als In the murder cf Kmnu
Schumacher, who w.i.s lobbed and inurdetcd
ly two men In her grociry sto'e in tins clly
on thy nlKht of October S. Ki7. This action
is duo to a Inek of evidence, cand by th
death of William Hand, an old micro vho
.. . i . . .. ,.... .. (. - ti,.
was tue most iiniioi umi wiiut-. ,- t
State, and lit whose houso Kedmond soiuiit
shtlter the night of tho crime, Jaik Ken- ,
ncdy, who figured In several train iobberie3
in this vtcinltv. was arrested with lied- i
nior.d, but Kennedy iecelel n refnten
year sememe to the penitentiary before lie ,
could bo tried for murder. Keumord e.-- I
can-d. and. ufter many daring c-perlenc-s
with IVderal and State olhcers. he was n-nrre-ltd
August IC, 1S3, but not before ho
had served as an American iwldkr In the i
ASKS MONEY FOR CHINA WAR.
German Federal Council Bequests
si'F.ctaTj by CAr.Lt:.
Rerlln. Saturdiy, Nov. 10 fC'ip right.
IS", by the New York Herald Company.)
An Indemnity bill for the '.vpeditlon to
China has Just been laid before the Fed
eral Council. It asks for an extraordinary
exp-ndltuie of L,i7o,0i0 marlw (J3j,T.O Ct.
with approval of . the expenditure wliih
lias been mado up to tho pre--vnt date with
out the consent of the lltichsta.
A rry exhaustive memoir accompanies
the rcqmata for the credits and maki- clear
the poiiin al necessit for the epedition.
The Htrength of the expcdliionar force
is stated as .'2 oHlccrs, ljf) phystuau-, Ml
ollieials, li.Tll! men and 5,079 hoitef.
llakcj the Town Tall.-.
Tho great bult and overcoat sale. Globe,
Scv-ntli and Franklin avenue. fci.e ra,;c 11,
PERISHED IN A JAIL FIRE.
Shocking Tragedy Results From
the Jlainiing of a. Bo-.
Iinsltig. Mich., Nov. 10. The milming of
a little boy was the indirect cause of a
shocking tragedy here to-day. Tlie 12-ycar-old
son of Chris Hied was run down by a
freight train and his left leg was severed
below Ihe kn-.c. The bo's father so
grieved over the famll's misfortune that
he became irresponsible and violently os
saulted a policeman. He was arrested aid
locked In the city Jail. Twnty minute
later the building was ablaze, and Itecil
perished in the flames. Thoush he cried
for help, none could save him. It Is believed j
that Ketd started the fire. The jail and City
Hall, built at a cost of JlAOuO. were do- 1
Formerly Sold $(.75)
fjrwer I'rlze zT.T.OO to $101 OJ.
urnier Pr ce 5l',..i.9
I'urmcr I'rUe SO.Od
STOPPED BY POLICE.
Refused to I'eimit Presentation of
1'Iay for Benefit of Asasin
Xew Yoik, Nov. 10. Thn police to-night
refu"tl to allow the Italian AnarchL-ts of
this city to give a play entitled "A .Man
With'nit a Country," in the Germanic As
sembly looms on tin llowiry. because the
Italians h nl niglecttd to get a theatrical
iietn-e. A mnnher o' Hilicmen and detec
tives stom! at tho coor of the a-scmbly-loom.s
and turnet! away all who bad come
to witness th- performance.
The play was to be in commemoration of
the thirteen anniversary of the "Chicago
m.irtjrs," who were hanged for their con
nection with the Haymarket riot, and tha
proceeds from the ."-' cfnti admission, which
was to have b-en charged, were to lie given
lo -Mrs. Hnsci of F.iter-on. wife of Gaetano
Iiresci. the as-MS-in of Kini Humbert of
Italv. JIi.s. Hre-sci and her two children
v.ere among tho.se turned away from the
Tho anarchists nM (o-nlght that thf po
lice had been interested In the prevention
of the play bv the Italian Consul. Ilranehl
At :m rale. Inspector Cross tutnmoncd
ome of the anarchist leaders to his ortlre
this afternoon and told them that thy
could not give thur pl.iv nnd that If th-y
tried to do to a hui-dr-d policfincri would
be on hand to put a stop to it. The an
aichtets coul( but aciuie-co. and soon after
thiy plaivrl tin the tjoorwav of the hall J.
notice in Italian, which ruil
"At tlie last lot mint we have been pre
vented b.v the polite from giving the play,
"A Han Without .1 Coutitrv " "
A- f.i"t a" the tlcketliolders came they
were, told that there w is !o be no play.
This wa.s followed by a long-drawn-out hiss
from an anarchist whom the poll'-- allowed
to "t.tml on the curb, and he told the il s
appointed pla.vgoers that ihey should go to
No. HI Weedier street, where all the an
anhists would gathci.
Most of them, ami about half were women,
followtd his Instructions Thtre Is an Ital
ian siloon and restaurant at thin number,
and fearing that the iol!ce might make a
descent on the place, the proprietors' re
quested their anarchistic friend- to go eise
wrure They went to anoih-i salo.ju near
l, but here again they wre not welcome,
the proprietor declaring that they won d
ruin his buiness. Their ranks had gna,K
dwinditil bj this time, but a few of the
talthfiil fotraid Into llnr and m.irehetl to
a resort til JIast Third street, where th"v
were allowed to meet ami where spcecht.s
were made denouncing tho polite.
M'KISSON GETS A DIVORCE.
Aliiiionv Atrreed Upon and Heariiif'
Cleveland. O. Nov. 10 At Akron. O., to
il.! former .Mavor Itobtrt K MeKlsson ot
thin cit. was granted a divorce from his
wife. Some time -luce Mrs. MeKissou
brought suit for divorce at l'hirfa, O.,
ih.irginit groc" negPc; of duty. Her bus.
band filed a cross-petition, asking for a di
vert uii the same ground. At the hearing,
which was secret, he le-stifiVd that his w!t
no longer loved him. Mrs MeKi-jn did
not contest the suit. Alimony was agreed
upon outside of court.
MANILA BLUE LAW MODIFIED.
Residents Permitted on Streets Un
Washington, Nov. in. Previous orders
n quiring residemts of the city of ?.I.iii la.
Philippine IMand, to conllne themselves to
their houses after II o'clock p. m, havo
been amended by General MacArthur, the
Military Governor, so as to extend the time
to 12 o'clock, midnight. At that hnnr the
streets wll be cleared by the police, p.iloons
an- closed at 10 o'clock, and tho sale of
ll'iuor is prohibited after that hour.
Chnrlm If. ffas'n ew Duties.
San Francisco. Cal., Nov. 10. According to
a local paper. Charles M. Hays, the new
president of the Southern Pacific, Is to
come hero and obey Implicitly the Instruc
tions he set J from New. .York, and all tlio
R"?i eh. r, ras 7.ir s
0 8 W& P P
.'; Lois lx.'st C Formerly Sfi.00, now $3.50
values ever -' 1'ormerly $7.50, now $ 5.00
shown (Formerly $11.00, now $7.50
SILK DAIWASK PORTIERES.
1 Lot, formerly $13..ri0 Now $ 9.00
1 Lot, formcrlv S1S0O Now $13.50
6 pairs Embroidered Portieres, for
merly $90.00. . .Now $50.00 per pair
HAVE TO OFFER!
work that II t: Ilim'lnir'on lis b-?n doing
will rail ! his lot Sj the nophevv will .i
without honn- tn th nlti rallroid stumping
ground The papr goes on to s.ij that tb-i
only thing left in cmnnn h-rw n him and
his uneje's teiitive- in evv York Is to
prevent the Prinee-s Hitzreidt from sue-c-sfully
attacking tlie will anil divlliiig tho
fortune of a Croesus amons; themselvea a-
bet they may.
W'hetliT It is tru" or not there an- people-
hre who do not hf-itute to mv lhai
young nuntinat"n h'is -i wholesome fe-r that
tb large fortune !"ft him bv bis and- may
sooner or Inttr be nd nger-d or tied up
In litigation for a long priod bv a conttc
oi th" part of the tlermin Princess, tho
child of hi'inbie S-icramento parents, who
was -niopttil ear-tncu by C P Huntington
So far as ihe public is aware the Princess
has made no move Indicative ef n conre5r
J that ns It may. oung Hunllugton's
friends t-ay that within the famllv circle
the daughter his aired l-er disappointment
over the character of the will and bluntly
remarked tha: the nature of the document
hov.ed as pl.iln as dni a successful con
rplr.icy against her on the part of tho
nphew and the widow. Whether It will do
anv gooel or not. it I" said thre Is soon to
onie from- her a formal demand for a
larger part of the estate
Represen t.'i five 1'ayne Talks About
WnI.lngton, Xov. V Tteprescntatlvn
Payne of New York, chairman of the Ways
and Means Committee of the House, hid a
conference with the President jesterdav.
Mr I'.isre siiid. after having the White.
House, that he would c-ili .1 mcetin- of te
nepnlill .m inimbtr" of his cumm'ttce for
November CO. to outline a partial pro
gramme f.ir bglsiutive work In the Huuso
at the approaching es-ion.
One of the matters to corn hef.ir ii
1 mwtlng will lie the propose i reduction of
war revenue !tvps He did nd think, how-
1 ever, that the reduction would ercceil $13.-
" oi ss man one-nun or tne present
revenue frr.m that source Much, ho
thought, would depend on the Stat.- of .if
fnlr in th" Philippines when the bill camo
up for ronU! ration If a cmsldt rablo
army Ind to be milntalned there for an-.
hnsth of time. It might be thought w!-""o
not to nit down the revenues too much.
There wtc 1 ovvever n nu-nber of Items
in the pre-enf Inw (hat might he wie!r
elimmated. and tbee would receive atten
tion Mr I'.ivne thought the shin subsldr
Mil would bo taken up and nn effort mado
to pass It at ill" coming session.
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IV in! Hi arenu b the Rcverna E O Fan
nin M. DL.3 Joiif-s v Ur Iuthtr J. Jone
ANDERSON On Nmcmb'r W 1V0 St Jopiin
31o in McL in Vntlerson. bclov3 tiusbind
of r.lrrn Clark Ar,-Ierun.
Lmt) suttee of funeral will b eIvkv.
CABFON e)n Wedrlay. Nivn6er 7. 1J39, at
r.icttc. Mo . Mr" Kioie M t srioa (nee Luter),
ttluvtrJ ito ui l'."i"r T, Carsu:.
DOK.MIOK On Sa-urdiy, Nov-mhfr 1 1W, at
9 a m . Catherine twnafcee. th telcvet mother
of th- Mtt- C P. LfOnauus and ifr. Jamei Derby
Funirai ficm resliicnc". No. 5HA St. Louii
lvcoti" en Monday. Novembr 12. at 3.30 n. m .
to the Sacrti Heart Church, thcace to Calvarr
Frlends lnvittxl to attend.
riN.VCGA.V-Oi Saturday. November 13. 15C1
at 12 05 p m . Whl f I'lrneg.m. belovtl yon vZ
lan el i.nd Ka'le I-lniegaa (o- Kudd). .ged
I unnl ivlll t.iSe place from family r'dnc.
No. 4933 Ari.ei.il siren, on Monday. Novembe;
li at 2 P. in. la Calvary Cemetery
T.i:S'0" SudJtrly. oi Saturday. Novmbr
to 19-W it s (0 a m Mary lnncn (nee civensi.
Lt-Imt.l wlft? tif Iavvrence IvTinon anJ our dcir
Lij- noti;e of funeral will be given.
FCHWENDKNER Saturdiy, November 1'.
l'i. .it Vi l' p. ro.. artcr a llnc-rln; Hinted Fred
.sLhicnt,--ntr. beloved rather nf rtbhtrt Schwen
direr. iKul is years 0 months ar.I 3 days. Hjr
la'.i hehwendener. mother. August and Walter
svhwend'-i'-r. brothrs Mrs. 'V. KletcrsT Inert
S'-hwci'it.nr). sister: Mrs. Aurut SchweiOeuT
den Schmidt). sister-ln-Uw: William Klfberg'r.
Iua cotico of fsiicial to t strea latar.