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THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. DECEMBER 13. 1000.
HOLIDAY BULLETIN No. 16
Mermod and Jaccard's
Pendant or Brooch,
, mm iccniaccs.
L II i I lathe
Wc Import our own diamond-, direct ne mount tliem in our
otvn far-orv. employing on!v exiert lesu;Qcr na lamord setters-
priVc sell flee diamon at the very lowest pru-r.
Diamonds from $10.00 to $(0,000.
Mermod & Jaccard's
Gold Novelties .
Wc have the daintiest, prettiest,
morf attractive Solid Gold Novel
ties anil Jewelry ever placed on
sale and a larger collection.
Full Dress Studs, in pearl,, gold,
and set with diamonds 1'er set.
diamond AIO Cft Wcew I ink. nlain
Soi;C C,, J Locket,
inks, plain and jeweled -
Fobs Silk, with solid pold mount
ings, also solid gold fobs,
$12.50 to $35.00
Carter Buckles, plain gold and
$12,00 fo $450.00
Purses Vinaigrettes, Lorgnettes,
Bracelets, Lockets, etc.
solid Gold E PR
fj.00 to SJ0.00.
Probable Holocaust Averted by the
Timely Discovery of Flames
Under Main Stairway.
Kire was discovered In the Temporary
City Hospital at Seventeenth and Chest
nut streets at 1:13 o'clock, yesterday af
ternoon. By prompt action on the part of
Fred Halle, eateman nt the Institution. In
turning in an alarm, and by the Immediate
response of the Fire Department, the blaZi
V.P3 extinguished within fifteen minuus.
The damage to the building Is Flight, but
it Is the expressed belief of the ho-plial
employes and of Doctor II. I Nictert.
Superintendent of the Institution, that, had
the dlscox-cry of fire occurred live minute
later, or had the Fire Department been
wlow In ariivlnp. the bullJins would havo
been 'destroyed and hundrcdi of lives lost.
As it was. very few of the 7'JU persons In tho
rambling and decaying structure knew of
WE verily believe that Crawford's peo
ple are the top sawyers as pvllers and dis
tributers of Holiday Goods! ; -0 really b
llee and kno.v that one swift, slaiice over
each floor of their beautifully liRhted store
(artificial nC uatuial) v.ilt coin'nee tho
most skeptical of the fact! ! Next week
Mr. Crawford proposes that tho pride of
his heart will show up resplendldly. maK
niflcently and gorgeously as the Great Holi
day Center of Attraction, and aa a grand
object lesson to all storekeepers, who desire
to know what It Is to be educated one of
the "Nation of Shop-keepers"! ! "Alice In
Wonderland" next Monday and during tho
week In one of the large Washington Ave
nue Show windows.
912-914 Franklin Ave.
We have opened up the largest Assort
ment of new and secondhand Overcoats In
the city. Also a fine line of Suits, Coats.
Vests and Pants at prices to suit both tho
rich and poor. Money loaned on all ar
ticles of value at lower rates than any oth
er house In the city.
GbU&TT 0l'.a ?5 cents.
Cuffs 40 cents.
For Fine Tra.
CIAJETT. PEABODV i CXIJJPANY, Makers.
Finish FLOORS and
Enamel Floor Colors.
Oak, (herrj, Walnnt,
tic. Card showing
colors and booklet
FLOOR SHINE CO.
ST. L0H9, HO.
BEN BARNETT & CO.,
n607 PINE STREET.
Monoy to Itoan
Of PERSONAL PROPERTY.
UNREDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SALE. Uutloeu
CONDENSED PHOSPHOROUS WATER
Will cure any case of Rheumatism In exi'tenc.
It remoea the cause. For Information apply to
John Hoerr. sole manufacturer. Eighteenth and
OlUe atreeU. u Louie. Mo.
THE Republic la crimed with rollers mad by
C. W. CROTSINQER. No. -3 S. Third at.
CO ralnntei with
head, or no fe.
No f a attar rtqolrwJ. Bend 2e ttamp for DookUt.
DR- U. HEY 6MXT1X. 6pMlalUc, 800 OUt fit., St. Laoli, Mo.
, NOTARY PUBLIC.
3. r. TAMatm.
H aHLE BflH&BHBasW pvwIHb
4 TWi W I
Come and see our Box Calf Double-Sole Shoe.
Lace or Congress. All sizes for $2.50. Open to
IO Saturday. HARRIS SHOE CO.. 520 Pine St.
Mermod and JaccarcTsj
CLOCKS tHaUKI TIMEKEEPERS
A igrcttes. Studs,
I fVlermod and Jaccard's
tho danger which threatened them until it
Tho blazo started directly beneath the lloor
of tlw hallway leading from tho main en
trance. At this place there Is no basement,
but a space of about four feet beneath the
lloor and the srourd. In this space, run
ning the whole length of the building, and
about fifteen feet from tho front wall, U a
large steam pipe which furnished heat for
tho loner lloor of tho hospital. While
stringing wires In the building for a new
telephone, two employes of the Iiro Alarm
and Telegraph Company, to facilitate their
work, had lifted this steam pipe up and
braced It In position with a large block cf
wood, which by contact with the pipe, soon
began to bmolder uud llnally burst into
In tho hallway overhead at this time were
Hallo, his assistant ami a nutnhcr of liqu
ors. Soon smoke began to Ml the room
and Halle realized that the building .v.is
burning. Ho turned In the alarm and unti
tled Doctor Ntetert. Soon hospital employes
X.VTCr on the scene.
A hoto litlotiging to the hospital was ira-re-eled
nnd made ready for u.-c. Nothing
eouid be done, however, until the nriival ct
the liremen. lor tin lloor had to be broknn
through with axe befon- a Ftream of water
rould be directed on the lire. But when
the boards had been ripped awn v. the hoi
pltal force did efficient wcrk In as.-Utlng
the liremen to extinguish the flames.
Tho It. O. S-W. will sell special rato
round-trip tickets under liberal eondltions to
piu'V point- in t'io lentrai and Eastern
States for the comln. Holidays. Students'
rates will also bo made for those proper! v
accredited. Immedlauly aft.r the vacation
closing of the several colIg-s. Full Infor
mation at B. & O. P-W. OHices. Broadway
and Locust St.
WANT A HIGH SCHOOL BRANCH.
North. Side Business Men May Call
on School Board.
The North St. Louis Business Men's As
sociation has taken up the ;uptinn of es
tablishing a branch of tho High School in
tho North End, tho object being to save tl e
time, trouble and expense which pupiH
must undergo to reach tho present building
from that section of the city.
It Is thought that the establishment of a
branch would not only benefit the students
In tho North End. but would aNo Le a
benrtlt to tho High School, relieving tho
congestion which prevails them. Tho matter
will bo dlsetist-'ed in all its b nrings at .a
meeting to-night, and tho Iews of the as
sociation will bo explained by l'resi.lcnt
Mr. Kramme stated yesterday that the
new branch would bo benellcial m evry
way, as It Is a positive lnJutlco te the
floorer patrons of the school to have onlv a
central Institution. The probablo outcjnio
of the meeting to-night, ho said, will be the
appointment of a committee to wutt tirtn
the Board of Education and lay the matter
before that body.
The good-natured throngs purchasing Holi
day Goods at tho Globe. Seventh and
CHANGE OF VENUE WAS DENIED.
Fred Xorthway Must Go to Trial
To-Day lief ore Judge Wood.
Tred Northwav. who Is charged Jointly
with Maurice llrennan and James Snarls
with dynamiting a cable conduit of the
Olive Stret Itallroad. was denied a change
of venue by Judge Wood yesterday. At tho
beginning of the trial each took a severance.
Brennan was trie'd lirst and sentenced to ten
years In the penitentiary. Nurthway then
upplled for a change of venue, alleging that
the citizens of St. Louis v.iru so prejudiced
ho could not get a fair trial.
Fifteen prominent citizens of St. LouM.
who wero picked at random, jesterd.iy
sworo that they were not prejudiced against
him; that they never had heard the ease
discussed, and that they believed the de
fendant could g t a fair trial. Judge Wood
overruled the motion. To-day the trial of
the case will be begun.
For the latent and best books by popular
authors go to I'liilllp Boeder, S07 North
SAYS HE WILL DIE IN PRISON.
Bank Robber Tells the Court He
Will Not Live Long.
Bristol, Tenn.. Dec. 12. "This means
death In prison." said Bank Bobber Edward
Wilson, now an Invalid, after having heard
Judge Campbell pronounce sentence of
eight years in the penitentiary upon him
on the charge of having been Implicated in
tho attempt to blow up the First Natolnal
Bank of Jonesboro recently. Wilson had
submitted his case, relying upon th9 mercy
of the Court.
2,000 Clocks for you
to select from (all
Clocks, C ti c k o o
Clocks. Hall Clocks
Otlice Clocks. C:ir
riaue Clocks; from
$1.00 io $750
The one illustrated is
an S-day Clock, in
imported China case,
strikes hour s and
half-hours on cathe
The one illustrated is 4 inches
long (double the size of cut botli
ways) and beautifullv finished
ONLY.. S J. 75
We have many other styles at
$4.50, S6.00.' $7.00. $12.00,
$14.00, $22.00 and all the way
up to $88.00. They fasten se
curely to the belt an I make
uio5t elegaut and useful gifts.
W, G, T. U. RUMMAGE
SALE OPENS TO-DAY
Great Variety of Useful Articles to
lie Auctioned Off for the
Cause of Charity.
Tho ladies of the Woman's Christian
Temperance. Union will Introduce an In
novation In the lino of charity fairs this
morning when they open their rummage
sale at the Memorial Tabernacle. Fifteenth
and Carr stievt. Tho rummage sale will
be new to St. Louis although such sales aro
ijulto common and successful in othe r citiej.
Tho succe-ss attending the sale recently
held by the ladies of Detroit piumpted thu
W. C. T. U. to give one for the benefit of
Tho Michigan charitable venture was con
ducted by the most prominent ladies of that
city and In three- days they cleared moro
than Jl.MM. The St. Louis organization -rects
to be even more successful In the two
d.ijs of its sale.
The ladies in charge of the affair wero
busily engaged yesterday afternoon in ar
ranging the donations and putting on tho
llnithing touches to their counters prepara
tory to thu opening thin morning. Car
penters, have completed tho erection of
stands und booths. On account of tl.e
variety of donations the ladles experienced
considerable dililcuity in cla-sslfjliii thsm.
They did the best they could under tho
ciicunistuucts, but eery counter and booth
will, of nece'ssltj. contain a heterogeneous
lot of bric-a-biac una merchandise-.
A rummage sale Is unlike uny other be
cause it Is not contlmd to uny particular
lino of mjoiIi. Elery article to be sold has
been donated for the cause of charity and
as all kinds of donations are acceptable .1
wide variety of urtlele-s Is received. Visit
ors to the salo will no doubt Ik- surprised
tit the display that will confront them.
There- will be head gear, clutnlng, brlc-a-brac,
preserves anil jellies. cak s. bie.id,
furnltuie. dishes, cooking uttnsils, nci-sors,
shee--. oil liooks, and pictures, tojs !ur the
children and almost eery conceivable: at
ticie. Few uf the articles will be sold for
a lixed price. They will be auctioned oil
to tho highest bidder This) plan was
adopted to make the sale amusing und it
Is expected to be all aitructito fealuie of
the snow. The salo will bu- closed Friday
THEY DENY EASTON'S STORY.
Jones and Maggie Johnson Say
There Was No Kobbery.
Dave, aliis Bedhorse. Jones, and Maggie
Johnson, both living in the neighborhood
of Twelfth and Morgan streets, were- ar
rested by Officers Grotepeter und Hart of
the Fourth I'Ntrlct esterday afternoon,
and. when subjected separately to a sharp
cro.-s-e:t!niiiation bv Sergtant McFarl.iinl,
told straight stoiies. denvlng the statements
or John, alias William. E.i-ton. In the C u-t
of Criminal Correction Monday morning,
when. In th? course or testimony. Ea-ton
stated that he and Jones had sucee-eded 111
bribing .n otticir or the Fourth Di-trirt
Sunday, paying him $1, to r.rraln from ar
resting the Jehnson woman ror robbery.
Easton was on trial. -harged with assault
to Kill 011 Maggie Johnson. He volunteered
to testify, and. haing been sworn, sail
that Maggie Johnron had robbed a man of
. half of which money she gave to him.
Willi this h went. In i-ompany with I).ia
Jones', to the San Diego saloon, and ther
met a polle'eiran who had the "tip" on the
robbery, an 1 was looking for the woman.
He and Jones each gae the officer ti. tes
tified Easton. in consideration for which the
officer let the woman remain at large. Then.
In shooting craps, the men lost the rest
of their money. Beturnirg to tho hous of
Maggie Johnson, where he also lives, Eas
ton told of h! loss. This enraged tho wom
an, he sa. and she assaulted him. Then,
In solf-derensc. he cut her.
Both Jones and Maggie Johnson told Ser
geant McFarland yesterday that tho story
of a robbery was a fabrication of Easton's.
probably In hope that thl would damage
her character in the eves of tho Jury and
so help his own case. Jones said that Eas
ton had, on a former occasion, assaulted
tho woman and knocked out her left eve.
ThH was confirmed by the woman her3lf.
Easton Is now held at the Four Courts
and the woman and Jones are at the Carr
Street Station. In the holdover, pending a
more searching Investigation of the cas-
!-v Cnltle Inspection I.htt.
Guthrie. Ok.. Dee. 11 So far as inrec
tlon of cattle dcstlntr: for the Kansas t'lty
market is concerned. Oklahoma Inspection
has been discontinue.! during the open sea
son, under instructions Issued to-alav by W.
1". Gandy. secretary of the Live-Stock San
itary Commission of the Territory.
All shipments of cattle are to be mado
For Crandpa and Crandma.
For Father and Mother.
For Uncles, Aunts, Cousins.
For Sister and Brother.
For Sweethearts and Friends
The World's Grandest Jewelry Kstablishnicnt. on
Broadway, comer of Locust street, lias more presents
and better presents than ever were collected before
under one roof. The designs are
the newest and most beautiful, the
quality and finish are of the very
finest nude. The goods are all
new and fresh, made especially for
the holidav trade.
WRITE FOR OUR NSW
3,000 Engs. Mailed FREE.
Mermod and Jaccard's
Our XXth Century Chafing Dish has every late improve
ment in cptick heating and regulating lamp, has ebony side
haudlcson hot water pin, and handsome dome IPC Aft
lid. Width of pan, 9i in., total height, ll'j in. 0UiUU
subject to liupcction by Missouri Inspectors
at Kansas City. This will pre-eent their be
ing unloaded into the Southern cattle pens.
Eight carloads of cattle, which had neon
for several das waiting -shipment at Shaw
nee, wero to-day turned back below the
Oklahoma quarantine lino Into tho fctninolo
Morninc unit Evening;
Trains to Nashville, Chattanooga and At
lanta every day In the jcar via the Illinois
SAYS HE MADE FUN OF HER.
One of Mrs. Harnett's Reasons for
Suing for Divorce.
Diana Barnctt. In her suit for divorce,
filed yesterday, against Charles Barnett, al
leges that ho made fun of her for studying
English. When shu was married she could
not sreak English, and was anxious to
learn the language. Her husband objected,
and she was compelled to prosecute her
studies in Ids absence. On one occasion, she
declares, ho rnucht her residing a book and
ho threw It at her. While living In Ktnsaa
city she was sick on one occasion and
a-ked her husband for money to get a pny
slclan. and ho said to her. she alleges; "Oh.
j mi aro nil right; the devil wouldn't takn
Sho left her husband and went to the
homo of her parents at St. Joseph. Mo., mid
Illed suit for divorce, but, she sajs, she
mado up with her husband and went to live
with him ugalii. Later, while she was on a
Islt to her parents, her husband refused
to send her money, and. she stat"s, they
have not 11 ed together since. They were
matrled almut May 6. 1S91. and separated
nlKiut August 1 labt. They havo one child,
Morrl, who was born In lK!. She asks fcr
his custody and $5,001 alimony in gross.
She states that her husband owns a h ird
warc store worth J10.OO. and that he has
J.V"' worth of personal property besides.
At one timo ho onne'd threo hardware
stores, ami, she declares, she acted as
saleslady in 01:0 of them.
GIRL ANdToy'aRE ADOPTED.
Papers Are Filed With Recorder
by Two Couples.
Ttw papers of adoption were filed with
Recorder of Deeds llahn yesterday by
Charle-s E. Hannaiier, tho notary. Ho was
acting In tho rases for Doctor Benedict J.
Ludwlg. who has an office at No. 14.9 North
Market str.et. and Josephine Relas of No.
W Virginia ovonue
Tho ruipirs tnVtl in In half of Doctor I.ud
wig concerned H.len Gutweiler. his 5-year-o'd
stepdaughter. Tho doctor was married
l.it.ly to Mrs. Helen Oiitweller. a widow,
and wished to formally adopt tho chilJ.
who will now- bear his name.
Frank Uelst and his wife adopted August
Joseph Sehellert. their nephew. The imy
Is an orphan and about S ears old. Mr.
Melts has some little money laid by and.
having no heirs of his own. decided to adopt
his orphaned nephew.
(ireate.t Value. In Tann.
Suits and Overcoats. Globe. Seventh and
TO SUCCEED JUDGE REAGAN.
Three Candidates for Texas Rail
Austin. Tex.. IVc. 12. There Is consiler
ablo Intel est being manifested in political
circles as to who will be appointed by Gov
ernor Savers next month as successor to
Judge John H. Bengali, the prevent chair
man of the Texas llallroad Commission,
who will resign his petition 011 the nut
of the- year. The names of C. B. Colquitt of
Terrell. C. K. Bell of Fort Worth and N.
O. Cravens of Houston have ben pi im
lnently mentioned, but Governor Sayers has
given no intimation as to whem lie will
appoint in case Judge Iteagan resigns.
Yon Will Make Xo Mlstakr
If you take either one of tho Illinois Cen
tral's fast trains for Nashville, Chattanoo
ga or Atluutn.
SUGAR INDUSTRY IN TEXAS.
Fifty Refineries Ilave lieen Iiuilt in
State Within Three Months.
Austin. Tex.. Dec. 11 The reports of nil
roads, bled recently with the itallroad Com
mission, develop th fact that within the
past three months fifty sugar refineries have
been built In the State, and the sugar In
dustry has increased 7J per cent over last
Trains for Nashville, Chattanooga and At
lanta via Illinois Central leave St. Louis
S:3u a. m. and SMI p. m. dully.
Killed by Dynamite nin.t.
Eureka Springs. Ark.. Dec. 12. John Duke
of Webb City. -Mo., was fatally Injured by
a elelaved dynamite blast at tho St. I., it
N. A. It. R. tunnel near here last night.
Several charges of dynamite, connected by
a wire, were fired by electricity, but ono
faile-d to respond, and while Duke was
making an examination, exploded. He will
ermod and Jaccard"!
OPERA GLASSES and HOLDERS
Thl rut ina
l.ncfl .if 1M
OPERA CLASSES est
and I'rench linamel
w3 iMl x'-s
I Mermod and Jaccard's"!
FIN 3 CHINA DESSERT PLATES.
Limoges, bavarian, Wedgewood, Clinton, Royal,
Copenhagen ami other Chinas, $3.25, S5.00,
S6.50, S7.75, S9.00, SI2.00, SJ5.00.SI8.00
and up to SI00.00 per dozen.
AT BREAKFAST TABLE
Ernest Gelert's Deadly Mixture,
Prepared in DMs Laboratory,
lirought Death Quickly.
With poison which he probably had pre
pared Tuesday night in hi.i llttlo chemical
laboratory In tho cellar, Ernest Gelert of
No. iao Menard street, took his own life
In tho presence of his daughter. Miss
Kdra Gelert, 20 years old. tho old man
mixed a spoonful of some deadly drug- In a
cup of coffee, which his daughter had
poured for him. ile then raised the cup to
his lips and dramc deeply of Its contents.
Ten mlnute-d later he was dead, without
having spoken a single word.
Gelert was 3 joat3 eld ind a gasflttcr.
He 1ms lived for many vents hi the house
in which ho Killed hiuiacl' and ant 1 the
last few vears workcvl at his trade. Tho
old man did not give any Indication by word
tr uct that he intended to take his life.
Tho only known reason that would Influ
ence him to commit suen an act. was tn.it
ho keenly felt his advancing age, and that
he was too feeble to keep up with tho vvork
of jounger men. He had been unntle to
securo steady employmnt for a long lme
eind ho brooded a great deal over tho Ir.ct
that ho could ni) longer perform his work
with thu speed and skill that was his 111
form r days.
Gflcrt arose early Wednesday mornli R
after spending part of the previous evening
in hl.s cellar laboratory. Ills wlfo ami
daughter prepared breakfast. At o'clock
thu old man seated himself at the table
and his daughter poured the coffee. .Mrs.
Gelert hud left tho room for a moment, and
while the daughter's attention was diverted.
Gelert mixed a speiontul of the poison with
the coffee. Tho daughter turned and saw
him stirring the mixture-, but Mipposed that
he had nit rely placed some siigjr In the
cup. A moment later the old man raised tlis
cup ami took a long, deep diaught of it.s
contents. As he set down the cup his fea
tures became distorted with agony. His
darghter became alarmed und exclaimed:
"Father, what havo jou put In the cof
The old man ros and essayed to reply,
but the poison had already begun Its work.
En gasped for breath and then fell over
unconscious. Doctor L. II. Davi.-of No. 1023
l'ark avenue was summoned, but G -lert
was dead before he could reach the house.
Tho exact nature of the poison which
Gelert used Is not known. A collection cf
acids, such as are used bj gastitters. was
kept by the old man, and it Is supposed
that he chose either muriatic or prussio
acid to end his life.
EXCLUSION SLKEI'IXG CARS
To Los Anxrlri and San I'rnnelnco.
Leavo St. Ioiuis on "Katy Flyer" M.. K.
& T. Ry.), S:16 p. m. every Tuesday via San
Antonio. Sec "Katy'n" Agent.
WARSHIPS N0T IN DANGER.
Xavy Department Anticipated the
Freeze in PeChi Li GulL
Washington, Dec. 12. With a view to
avoiding the elanger of having anj of our
war vessels caught fast in the Ice in the
Gulf of rc-Chl-Ll. at the mouth ef the
Pel-Ho River, during the present winter, the
Navy Department has reduced Its repre
sentation in that quarter to two ships.
One Is the Monocacy, which has been or
dered Into a mud deck in the I'el-Ho River,
where she will reserve aa a station ship.
The other vessel is the New- Orleans, which
has, been turned Into a dispatch bo.it for
the tlino bein-r. plying between Shanghai,
Che-Fco and Taku at regular Intervals.
The army transport service has landed all
of tho supplies that are deemed to bo nec
essary to carry General Chaffee's troops
comfortably through the winter, so that it
will be unnecessary for any of those ships
to enter the !'el-Ho.
General Humphrey, tho Quartermaster in
charge, has established a new base it
Shang-Hai-Kwan. which, whllo located on
tho Gulf or I'e-Chl-LI. Is said to be ap
proachable by shipping all through the win
ter, and is connected with 1'ekin by .1 fairly
Dyspepsia and sick headache are removed
by Hood's Sarsaparilla. the blood purifier-
Hoy Killed While I'lnjlng Ilnll.
1'or.lar Blutr. Mo., Dec. 12. While playing
baseball at school to-day Clark Fierce, a
11-year-old boy. was struck In the abdomen
with a ball bat and fatally Injured.
Cole. County Farmers' Institute.
iM-i'i-itT.i,- ii--.-r . .
Mattoon. 111.. Dec. 12.-The Coles County
add greatly to
the case a n d
Lenses, Leather. Pearl
$2.75 to S40.00
Silver I I
Only the best Pat
terns and Choicest
Pro lucts of the most
famous potteries of
CUPS and SAVCERS.
SALVE BOX. Solid
Silver, embossed gold
Farmers" Irtltute will bo held at the Court
house in Clu.rleston December 2J, 21 and 72.
A comprehensive programme has t-een pie
par.d, and prizes have been offered fur ex
hibits of farm and kitchen products, poul
try and needlework.
Prominent Chicago Society Couple
'Married at Baltimore.
Baltimore. Md., Deo. 1 Mr. Herbert
Stuart Stone and Miss Mary Grigsby Mc
cormick, both of Chicago, wero married
her.- to-day, then- wedding being ono of the
eoclal events of the present season. The
mariiaco tcok place at noon In Brown Me
morial Presbyterian Church, the guests in
cluding practically all of the socl.il leaders
of Baltimore, and many of equal prom
inence from other cities. Tho Reverend
Thomas Hall of New- York officiated as
sisted by the Reverend John Timothy Stone
of Brown Memorial Church. Melville E.
Stone. Jr., brother of the irideJToom. acted
as best man. and Miss Carrie McCormlck,
si'ter of tho bride, wns maid of honor.
The ceremony was followed by a wedding
1 loveraale, ' the beautlfil
homo of Mrs. Walter li.
mother to tho bride.
Tho bride Is the daughter of Mr. William
G. McCormirk of Chicago, and tho bride
groom the sen of Mr. Melvllln E. Stone,
lormerly of Chicago, now residing In New
York. Both bride and bridegroom are prom
inent and popular in the social circles of
Chicago, where they will take up their res
idence on their return from an extended
MICHIGAN LEGISLATURE MEETS.
Third Special Session Within Two
I.ansins. Mich., Doc. 12. For tho third
time in two years the State Legislature
convened hero to-day In special session,
called by Governor I'lngree. Consideration
of a measure taxing railroads, telephone and
telegraph companies, express companies
nnd either forms of corporate property on
the cash value of their property instead of
specifically upon their earnings, as under
the present law, is tho object of the ses
sion. Representative Checver of Detroit will in
troduce tho tax bill to-morrow. It is modeled
after the former Atkinson bill, and provides
that the State Tax Commission shall con
stitute a Board of Assessors, and that all
franehies and intangible property shall be
taxed, as well as physical property.
Snld IIe llnrnrd Counterfeit Slonry.
Wichita. Kas. Dec. 12. Ed Gillespie, a
farmer, was arrested this afternoon near
Garden 1'Ialn on a charge of burning up
All goods lienrlng thl. trn.lr-mark
are- cuaraali-ril Hie Hnent and abso
JAS. H. FORBES, "S .t.
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The Leadlar Stove Dealer of the United States sell Charter Oak
UaoDeftleriayoarTowadoes-WRlTE DIRECT TO Ut.
CHAKT.IK OAK STOVE AHD WAMOE CO.. 8T. LOMtt.
SMOKE THE BEST, fiSK
IT COSTS YOU NO MORE
F. It. RICE M. C. CO.. MAXl'FACTURERS,
On BROADWAY, Cor. Locust st.
Mermod and Jaccard's
( OP Ctirltms Taney lloi-S Envelopes, stamped ( nn
Ol.UU with tuniio.T.irri e :: letters... dliUU
Others at $. $J, $5 and $7.50.
CI Kil for 100 Callinz Cards and engraved ft rn
51. DU plat il.QU
Si.oo :Iir-,-,,Car'1' si.oo
5c to SIO &J,anJ SIO to 5c
j iVi ermod and Jaccard's
Solid Silver Bark Hair
Brush. s--51i'vlown to $3.75
Solid Sliver iek Cloth's
Brushes SW.OO.downto f.T.75
Solid Silver Handle Whisks
$7. Jcwn to 92.00
Solid Sliver Bonnet Brushes
;. doiin to $2.00
Solid Silver Military Hair
ISrushcs IS-nO, don to V3.TB
Solid Silver Hack Slirrors
SJi.l. down to $H.73
Solid Sliver Puff Boxes
tJb.'t). down to ?3.50
&lid Silver Handled Shavins
i:ruhe IJ.(F.down to f IJSO
Solid Pllx-or Top Tooth Powd
ll-x H'a'. down to. ...$2.73,
Solid Silver Manicure Set '
;:S.jO. donn to 90.M
Is a distinguishing:
our Ready - Made
Clothing. . .
You see them on
the street every
day. have TAGGED
to sell at
$15, $18 ""$20
They seem to be IT.
"We make them."
Mills & Averill
B'way & Pine.
) in bills, which he told hi wife wr
counterfeit, and which ho did not want
tho officials to get hold of. He is in tM
county Jail here, avvaltlns trial.
The Epicure'. HrllKht
BLACK .t TAN "Tho American Torter."
tho newest product of the Anhcur-Eusca
Brewing Ass'n. Is deliriously piquant la
flavor, tempting and plsin to the palate.
Put Vp By
n the Lead.
YOUR DEALER FOR A
THAN INFERIOR BRANDS
ST. LOUS, MO. UNION MADE.