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THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. DECEMBER 13. 1000.
flimi ww'.vv-fav mi'a
Xo not the
kind you see
We were not
satisfied with the general
run. Saw a doreii points
that could be improved and
so had these made up to our
special order just to suit us.
You'll see the difference at a
Rough Oxford cheviots and
several shades in Irish frie.es
velvet collars and velvet
tipped cuffs full flaring
skirt shoulders perfect.
The price is SI.j.OO-
Sole Agent I
for Roc;er, Teet
& Co.. X. Y.
tiverv men ox i.arr : ui; muic i- y..-i-vaded
1J the Tirlt of ChrUdma- Mvsieri
eus whimperings, surprised exclamations at
the beautiful jroods dKplijed and tli-lr low
prices, ami earnest e onMiltatlon" a- to
whether "ho" will like this or that pleae
her." make It very evident that Christmas
FORMER SCHOOLMATES MARRY.
I5riderroom Was 01 and the ?ride
Was H2 Years of Age.
New London. Mr. Dec. 32. At the resi
dence of the bride in tills citv nt 3 o'clock
this afternoon. (Jeorce W. t;i.icock of Ixi
Angeles. Cal . and Miss Annie it riower
ree were married lv the Kevercnd It. P.
Hlxon of Monroo City. Jlo
The bridceroom n" a widower, il jears
et age. while the bride Is S2 vears old
They were children together and attended
the same district school near this place
About a year ago they both took out
rolicies In an insurance organization,
known as the league of Kliglbles. and. up
on their marriage, according to the terms
cf their policies, each of them will receive
They left immediately after the ceremony
for Los Ange!c. Cal. where th bride
groom has a beautiful home rrepared.
To Cure Headache In H MlnolM
Take Parker's Headache Powders. Tney
e safe, and sure. All druggists, l-rice iuc.
WILL OF SENATOR DAVIS FILED.
He Was Worth ?2.",000 in Personal
and ?40,000 in Heal Property.
St. Paul, Sllnn , Pec. II. The will ot th
late Senator Cushman KDnvI. who died
November IT. was, filed for probate to-day
by Mrs. Anna 11. Davis, the widow
The will, which Is very concise, and -was
made during the Senator last nines',
lfaves all his estate to Mrs Davis and
names the St. Paul Trust Company ns exec
utor. The estate is valued at fS.dO in personal
and HO.WX) in real property.
I Wn!fw7 I
YOU CATCH COLD
so easy now ; you can lose it
about as easy.
Scott's emulsion of cod-liver
oil takes the edge of it off in
If you don't believe it, you
can find out by trying a small
We'll send you a littleto trv.if you 1 It.
SCOTT &. BOWNF, 4 TeW street. New Yoi-fe.
WILlarrT DONMYUn At 1317 Euclid avenue.
Decmtw 11. 1SOJ. by tho lieverni Eh.rmin
It lloor Miss Allc Donrnver of W'hin?ton
State to Sir. Valentine 1" wlllnt. who Is In
United State mall tervlce on the Missouri Pa
CHAMBERS Entered Into rest on Wetlre
. lceinbcr 12, lvu, J. Harrv Chambers a1
t yrnze, recently ot the LniteI Mate armj in
Funeral service'? Trill be held at th reMrfp-nc
ct hl father. J. II. Cismbirs. No. Z001 Mrl'lier
eon exeaue. on Thursday, December 13. at 3
o'clock p. m. Friends of thf family invited.
Interment at Milwaukee. Wis.
COilSTOCK On. Tudiy morning, December
11. WW. at Clirton irin.;. ;v. i , rteeman J.
Comstock, aged C6 scars.
Funeral at Peoria, 111., on Friday mornlnsr,
December 14. at 10 o'clock.
-ELU SOX Entered into ret on Wedi&la,
pecember 12, 1SUJ. at 3 p in., at her reltnie.
INo. 4313 Morgan rtr. Mr. S E. Ellison.
Duo notice of funeral ulll L glen.
Gr.EEN DeemW 12 I'M. at 3 M p. m.. Ur
"". .. w. yali uu tiiuikix v.reen. neeu is
iineral from famllv t.rIHhp. T i-i v-rt.l.
Taylor, rridar. UemLr 14. 'at 'l.Si p. in
Friends !m I ted.
K1NNKT Oa Tutdaj-. Uecmh'r 11 1W. at 3
..... .w- '"" 'w. iu-r u juuh Cm aim
horr.as t, t Uliam J.. arJ Mlrhn.i Kmnn
Hi .. mi(
runel win tal.e rlae tn Tiur,daj-. Dcen
br 13. at 2 r ra, from rr.Mene 101? Collins
Hrett. to St. Patrick's Church, thence to Cal
Try Ceraeterj'. Frien'ls Invited to atlerd
UacDONAt.l-On I"rsber 11. r-03. at 4 o'cloofc
af'r a short lllneie. ltolrt h. MacUonald.
d 70 j ears
Funeral will be held m Thursiav. DoremVr
U at 19 o'clock n. m . from hi late rel lence.
Jo. 707 North Leffinqnell mtr.ue. Interment
Prix ate. FUaso omit flowers.
ROPES Entered Into rest rn Wednesda. le
etmber i; Vjm. at 1) p. m . borhli A. beloved
iie cf George Itcres.
PCHUAXK Thrrea F'hlan (n Champajm'.
utter of the late John and Indnla Ciiam
tne. ard flster f Itai4ial and 1V1U Cham
mn and Oara O'Donnell nre Cliampajrne)
Iraneral from the residence of her sister. N'o
3 Caroline street, on Thursday. Iecembrr 13.
J ) P m.. to St. Keiln's Church, thtnee to
Calvary Cemeterj'. rrlends Invito.
.JSTUIIPF-Snddenlv, on Tu-"dav, IemlT 11.
w vat lv.3Q a. m . Jacob Mumi'f. deirlj lieloei
aaaoand of Carllna blumnf (nee Ncun), and our
ar father iigtd SI jear.
oneral Thursdaj, lxnnbr 13 at 10 p m .
trom family residence. No. 13 f-outh Fourteenth
Indianapolis. Ind., papers please corj.
. JHTTE On Wednes-laj. December 13. V09. at
.,. -z ""- i. jiu, rruiK nerirv. i"rn'-ti uu-jiiu
. rrle TVltte. father of Mabel Henr. Alliert
Jja EMi9 IMtte. aged 43 jears 9 months and 9
The funeral will .nt nl.M T.t.1.. nvomhpr
JJl' 2 o'clock p. n . from family re-ldence. Xo.
Division street, to St Nicholas's Church,
Jence to Caliary Cemcter". Friendi are in
Wed to atteni
JtEMBERS of Standard IvniKe No. S A. O
y., are requested to attend the funeral of
Jr lata Brother Jni-ob Stanpf. n Tbursdaj. De
JPJw .33 Carriages will be at th lolce hall
1 o'cl jck p. n. i:. O. GltUER. M M.
A. ierhellcr. Itecorder.
.ATTENTION. KN'IfJUTS FT. rVTTtICK
n members of Knlshts of St. Patrick aie re
jaestea to neet at the corner if I.ucas an 1 If
JT1I lues, on Thurs.E, the 13th int.. at 9 l
,,n- sharp. earlm; the badKf of the order, to
Jttecl I Uij funeral of our late brother, R. t. lie
fljoaid. wtlch takes place at that time from
ijaiate resllence. No. 717 North IWllnstiell axe
ls' "y order. J VMES P. MAGINN, Presldelit.
t :. Kicly, Grand liarthal.
ICott'il Tniin Kohlior !; Working
Hani to Obtain Commutation
of His Sfiitoiuv.
APPEALS TO POLICE OFFICIALS.
Thinks iht Scrviif Me i:iinhrtil iu
Uriiiflin Aliont the ('aptuit;
of II. H. Holmes Should
Marion Hedcrieth Hie noted tr.iln rubber,
now -.irvitiir a term f t.iity-li.- eari in
th lnltnt:ir f.ir the robin ry if i JH
mirl l'jfitir train at Cluidilc. .Mo , In
Xowmber. 1I. i& unrLiiiK nrn.tl and
unr n.ittinclj- f.ir a .uiitmit.itl.ui of hK n
tineo Ho and Ills frit n.l-s .iro tndi'norin?
t. Intortvt jt. ij,is H,lticI ins in Ids enc.
nnl tlm famous prisoner has iwn nskI
the thiHco oilicttls who iitosecuted him to
Interctxlo In lila K'lrilf.
Within tlio ue.lv Chief of Ivteethes Des
mond and Alderman Jim Cronln. amoiK
others. hto receicd litters from Iledfr
peth. asking them to make a tin il eftj-t
to In luce Oo.rnor Sttidiins, beforo ho
Koes out of otllce. to commute his vente-i".
In his lattr to t'mnln lit. makes till-, plot:
"I bdictc thtt ion can cnll-t the aid of
tho l'oliie I'ep.trtm. nt In this matUr. in
lovi of the uM.I-n.mce I r. n.Iertd in tho
interest of humanity and Justke in the H.
II. Holnus case. 1 hne already loen In
carcerated nine ears, and. If the-Goemor
will commute mj Miiiime and I can i,et
tho ndditional ben. fit of tho three-fourths
n auction for Rood bihavlor. my term will
ho mateHaIl shortnicd "
Mario i Hedsiitth. tuxt to Maxwell, the
murderer, was jirobibly the most Interest
ing prisoner the bt. Louis jail mr held.
Un tho uiUit of the noldtti jubilee of IVpj
1-f-o. in lsl. I.e. with A.I. Ibert Sljc. Diiih.
ullsou and Jltnm Trancis, held up the
Missouri r.icitlc train at UIt.iid.tle, Mo . and
fce cured htav boot from the express lit,
the .xii.t amount of which was net.r til
ulj;ed. The robbir made their scape.
Several wttks later Ohief IH-smond. with
iAt.ctives MtUrnth. Alle'l.l. r and Vlthle.
traced them to Silt Iiku City. The lMiik
trtons and Chitf of Polite I.ee. of San
1 ranclsco. throuKh the St laniis poli"e.
Iiarned that they were In 1 I-co. ai'd
caught Sle, H..lKp. th and .Mrs lledsp.th
Htdgp.-th was surprised hi the .lout olhce,
whtre ho had calltd to n-ctiie hla mail Ho
was heail armed, but was handcuffed
btfort he knew what was transplrinjr. Tile
irlsomrs were brought here. and. after a
Ioiik mid closelj contested trill were "
jlctf.! 61e was Klttt twenty ara and
IltdKPeth twentj-iive. Dink Wilson was
never arrested here, but was electrocuted
In Ncn lork a eir lattr for tho murder of
U tieteCtie Who Sllrtirts.i1 lilm t.i n lii.r..l ...
In Siraciif.. Jlmmj " Trancls. the fourth
'""". "as snot .eiu Kiue.1 by olllcers a rew
ilajs after the Ulendnle hold-up. while rob
imiK an express cur with a man r.amtd
Mejer at liinar. Mo.
While In Jail here. Hetlcpeth nearly suc-cei-ded
in ei-cipinir. UurinK Ills Incarcera
tion tt II. Holmes, who n few ears Iitr
was executed for a serl.-H of wholesale mur
tltrs. peretrated in ChieaKo, lloston and
I"hiladtlphin. was a prisoner here on a
charce of fraud Holm.-b at that time wis
contemplating the wholesale murders and
robbints which later shocked the country,
and ho asked Hedgpeth to join him in the
fccheme. Hedgpeth apparently acriuitsced.
hut later cue information to Chief of
l'olico Harrigan which resulted In Holmes'
arrest, conviction and execution. It Is this
s-enlce which ho performed for lie police
department to which Hedgpeth refers In
his "ter to Cronln
Chief of Detectives Desmond believes that
Hedgpeth U d.stt-vini- of sirac conIJ'ri
tion lor the service he did in the Holmes
"I have received letters from Hedgpeth
nt iiitcrvnls since his confinement." he
said xcsterday. "and I have made several
attempts to Interest the Governor in his
hehalf. Although ho Is a criminal, and
should bo punished for his offense. I behe.'o
that tho service he did to" the country at
large. In giving the information which en
abled us to i ut a ctop to the murderous
career of tho monster Holmes, is luch as
thoulil entitle him to clemincy. I shall en
deavor to see the Governor again within a
few week", to sf e what can be done "
Alderm-in Cronln and others have nlsa
announced that they will endtavor to ob
tain a commutation of Hedgpeth's scnte.i-e.
LOST HER PORSE ON
WAY TO ST. LOUIS.
Wife of Wellto-Ho MiMiuri
Farmer Stranded With Chil
dren at Union Station.
Her money and ticket either lest or
stolen, Mrs. Annie Jones, wife of a wtll-to-do
farmer of Adair Count, Missouri, was
stran'lcd in I'nion Station last night, with
her two children.
She was en route to her mother's home at
Deviltt. Ark . but sterdaj's mishap spoiled
her plan. sno bad lntendtl to spend the
Christmas holldajs with her parent, whom
she has not s.- n In many jears, but row,
without money to txiy for lodging or a meal,
she will lie glad If she can get back to ncr
home In Adilr County.
Her post (flice. 1'urealr, Is eighteen miles
from Klrksvllle. the naren railway and
telegraph station. Consequently, her hus
band cannot lj notified cf her predi"a:mnt.
savo by letter. Her mother also lives rff
tho railroad, and to notify clthr will te
quire several d-ijs" delay.
Ill fortune .wmwl to mark Mrs. Jones's
pleasure trip from its Inception Tuesday
morning, with her husband, hc started to
drive from her home to Klrksvllle to tano
the ll-iiu. On the roatl tho doubletree of
the wagon broke, and bv the time Klrkvillo
was reached, her tiain had gone.
She was forced to wait in Klrksvllle until
vesterday. when yl.e boarded the WalMa
express for St lyites She ha 1 her po. k t
book until she was within live miles of this
cltv. But. as "he was leaving the clnir tar
nt "Union Station. jut as she .stepped upon
the platform, she realized th.il her purse
she told of her loss to the br.ikeman. ind
a search was immediitelv instituted In tin
vlclnltv of the seat vvlileli she hail vacated.
JCo nook or crnnnv into which the purse
might have fallen was overlooked, still the
pocketbook was not found
The pur.se contained htr ticket thronch to
Dewltt. her trunk check, and vry cent of
monev she possessed. Her cise was re
ported to Matron Hunter of Union Station
Tho latter took chirse of Mrs. Jones. anJ
the two children, the elder of whom is ;
oars old. They were housed for the nlgut
in the station.
If your !ir is coming out
by the hndful. you its losing
from 500 to 1000 hairs a day !
You rc bound to have thin hair
or no hair at all very soon at
this rate, aren't you? Better
stop this falling at once by using
Ayer's Hair Vigor. It ill
make your hair grow, too, grow
thick and long.
If ion do not obtain the benefit tou lesi-e
from use of the Viper, write the Doctor
about it. lie will le" Ton it t riKbt
thlnctodo. Address, Dr. J.C.ATiK,LoweU,
FROM ALL POINTS.
Semiannual Statement of the Illi
nois Central Made to the
AN INCREASE OVER LAST YEAR.
Pes Moines Wants l-ieiu'Iit Kates
lJedueed Advisory Committee
C. V. - St. L." Oflieials
Sprlnttlicld. Ill . Dec 12 Th emlinnual
statement of th Illinois C.ntral K illrotd
Company f r tl e months cidln Octol er 31.
I'W mi lis nnlii II11,. from Duileiili to
Cairo, anil .1:1 the 1 ranch line from Centra
li'.i to Chlr..go. has bi.11 rtcelvtd b Au
lhcstTtement shows the gross receipts of
the rend for the six months to have been
$-.".'' 43.". 1C. 7 per cent of which, amounting
to $103.0)51. has bun paid to the Stat-,
urd. r tho law. in l'eu of all tax".
The total amount paid the State for the
year ending October 31 was JTM.WMd. an
increiso cf J3I0JS77 ovtr the amount r-T 1
In the 111 or the Chicago Wtrlds Tar,
which has heretofore bit n the record vcar.
ACL'OltniMJ TO IIIIIUIIT.
One Ccncrul Pa.sriiKrr Anent 11ns a
.t llrilllaut Idea.
It is possible tl at before long children
traveling on railroads mav be rlnrr.vi foe
nt so much j.r inth. instead of selling1 I
mi-Hi iii.neis ujitn tne 11111. ii..n.,r. .1 age
rule, savs th. x..si.iti. .v.... r... .n .
heers of the big transportation lomp.-.nles
sa thit one of tie mot tllllleult questions
they and their ooaductors hive to face i?
the age limit In selling tlektts and col
lecting fare? fo- children At bast ono
H-neral pass, ng.T agent Is of the opinion
that chi'ilrtn should be chargtd for uicord
ltilf to their height He siivs It would lo
much e.Mer tt. r. gulate the different.' in
rates by the method than b accepting
tho words of partnta and others, it yarding
"Ther- Is al'Mdutely nn way n which
railroads mav llscriminite iutneen chil
dren over and mid. r aee." this nfinlil slid.
"We art. tntlrelv dependent upon the word
o. parents, guardians and othtrs in charge
of the minors The present rule is that
children under 5 vcars nhall be carried free,
lb-twecn 6 and 10 years half fare is charged
Now, a child urd. r the S-jear limit mav bo
unusually large lor its ape and a conductor
mi E-uspect an over ne Again a child
more than 3 may lie unusu tll small for the
age and be pa-sed. beating the railroad out
Of a half fare. If u slin.ll.l nbollsb IHi.
rule and go bv height. I dr-n't s-o that any '
greater hardship would 1 worked, and tho
requiremtnt woull be more fair to the
transportation compani. Of course, the
larent cr guard! in of tho children might
g. t tho worst of It once In a while under
the new nIe. as we do now under the ag.
limit, hut I th'nk it would l more Just
all around 01. e thing is certain, a con
ductor or ar nt could not be fooled on
height as they are now on age."
int. w. j. x m)i:iiood.
Made AMilstnnt t.eitenil llanagrr of
the St. I'll ul SjNlem.
Milwaukee. 1 is . Icc 12. President A.
J l.'arllug of the Chicago. Milwaukee an I
St. laul Hailwav companj to-da an
nounced tho appointment of W J. Under
wood to be assistant general managt r of
tlio road and C. A. Uoodnow to be getural
superintend, nt Mr I'ndirvvood wis for
merlv general superintend! nt and Mr.
tloodnou his assistant. The appointments
taku efftct to-day
St. I.onln llereliiintN WeptliiK-
Tlie Southwestern l'assenger Hurt. hi hai
notltied secretary C A Singer of the In
terstate Mirchants" Assocl itlon that a rate
of one and one-llfth faro for the rou trip
has been granted for the .spring meetings of
the Interstate Merchants' Association in
St lyuilj from all points in the Southwest
ern territory in Tc-vas, Indian Territory and
Oklahoma. Tickets will be on sale at all
stations from February IS to iS Inclusive,
good to return up to and including .March
10. l"rom March .! to H, Inclusive good to
return up lo March 24 From March K to
".. good to return until April b, ami from
April 5 to IS. good to return up to April
lryr Aililhory Committer.
New York. Dec. 12. When the recent
meeting of the Western railroad presidents
in this city disbanded, the chairman, Presi
dent J. fiery of the Denver and Itlii Grande
road, was authorizes! to nppdnt an advisory
committee to ileal chiefly with rate matters.
This committee was announced to-day It
Includes jnrob II. Schlff, K 1 1 Harrimau.
Aid. ice F Walker and n tenrest ntntlve of
J. V Morgan & Co This committee will
meet from time to time and endeavor to
straighten out tangles
C, I'. A St. I.. OltlrlnU Here.
President C. K Kimball of the Chicago,
reoria and St Louis, with General M wi
nger Curtis-s Millird, arrivesl here yesterday
on a spici.ll train nnd are stopping nt the
Southern Hotel. Mr Thomas C.irmlchnel.
chiirnian of the Hoard of Directors, and
Mr. Ralph IJIaledell, general auelitor, arj
also here for a spt-clal conference.
Personal iintl Current Notrn.
Colonel William Shaw, who is the
Fouth'tt-stern pass, nger agent if the Bur
lington at Cincinnati, was. In tho el'y yts
trrd.iy. II C. Farrow, traveling auditor of th
Mobile and Ohio, was among the visitors
!. IS. Itrlgcs genera! manager of the
Traders Despat.h; C M Hayes and John
H. Crawford were in the cltv yesterdax
II. C. Townsend, general passenger ngmt
of the Mlssoutl Pacllic. returned yesterday
from a trio to IJttle ltock anil Hot Springs
The Chicago Peoria and St. I.ouls had
n largo partv of excursionists Into St Iuls
yesterday destined for Gilveston, Houston
onl other points In Te'xas.
The St. Louis Railway Club wl'I noil
Its annual Cluistmas festival at the Odeon
The Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis hn
Just issued a new local time-card, which Is
unique and attractive.
W. It Knlskern. general pa"senscr agent
of tho Chicago and Northwestern, has sent
a rlrculir letter to connecting lines suaircst-
iuc tint they adopt a general rule -o re- i
epilro agents In Issuing interline tickets of
regular eeutpon and contract form to write .
in 'mill letters ov.r the printed matfr the
destination and State diagonally across the I
ticket ami covering as much of the con
tract as possible This Is a safeguard
against alteration nnd the prncti'M sug
gested by Mr Knisl.ern has been follovvel
by ticket agents generally but not bv all.
-People along the line of the Louisville
and Nashville roatl are pleased over th9
new Idtas Ch irles Stone, the new gene-it
passenger agent. Is introducing, and the fact
tint the l.ouisvll'o ami Nashville is lining
tt modernize its. passenger service with faet
schedules!, vtstlbultd cars. Including ,',iiii
i-ars-. forces the conclusion that l'res'dent
M. II. Smith has t hanged his Ideas as to
the relative value ot passenger tratlle
-The Wabash will lun an excursion to
the City of Mexico Only sKty passengers
will be carrietl. the train leaving In Febru
ary. The excursion last year was success
ful -One cf the recent orders of the Louls
v.lle and Nashville is that women stencgra
pherc irust not be emploved in the various
olllees of the company This does not mean
tint any of the women who at present havo
lesitious in the service will lose th. ir situa
tions, but that the company Intends to fol
low In the path of other big systems.
In addition to the extensions of the Mex
ican CentPil Railroad already In process of
construction, the Tamplco branch of that
road Is to bo Immedi itcly extended from
Asiins Callentas. its prTtnt Western ter
minus, to Guadalajara. The proposed exten
sion will connect at Guadalajara with tho
IMollle I'oast extension, making a through
eliroct line lietneen the Picilic nnd Atlartlc
coasts. Conntctlon will ,ilsi lie made will
the Ir.ipu.ttn branch of the system.
PessHiiger Trallic Manager McCormick
of th Southern Pacific, who has returned
to San Francisco, says there is no elnuht
that the Lpworth League will get o satls
facmry rate for its blcnnl.il meeting in July
next. General Pa-cncer Agent George J.
Charlton of the Chlrngo and Alton and
Assistant General Passenger Agert D
IJowes were in Denver yesterday
Tourist sleeping: I'nrn California
vi Tin: ino MoivrwN itoiTi:.
Known as the "True Souhrrn Route." a de
lightful trip, ro h'gh altitudes, nor snow
bloekal's. leaving fct. Louis every Ihurs
lay at S:J3 p. in.
A CHANCE TO CHOOSE!
vA RELIABLE JEWELRY
Iiv the City.
I.KOXAIll) ItOOSS KSTATi: An Inven
tory of the estate of I-onard Hoos tiled
In probate yesterdty describes several pur
ee Is of real estate and a personal estate
AVC.rST I'IjACKK'S WIM.-Augu-t
riaeke, by his will, filed for prob ite yes
tcrd iy. lett Jli" each to his childr. n, Ferdi
nand. I.lna, Kmllle. I"rtde rick anil Iuse.
and the remainder of ills estate to hlj
INXORronATr.D The Granulated Kgj
Companv yesterdiy filed articles of Ineor
I oration with Itecorder of Deeds llahn.
Tho capital stock of JCOAeJ Is paid in. A.
V I- .Mucll.r holds S shares, S. T. G.
Smith 1 and C. J. Smith 1.
VISITING HIS OLD HOMC-Charles K
Caso of New York, who Is United htates
agent of the London Assurance Association
in. who formerly lived in St. Louis, was a
visitor at the Me reliant!.' Lxehnnge ye-st. r
.1 iy He was Introduced by his brother,
COURT CLEKS GO HUNTING I-ouls
Zepp and K.lu.inl IWrnnrd, Chief ClerUs'of
the Court of Criminal Correction: Fddle
Gotlroii. Chit f Clt rk of the Criminal Court,
aid Derrick liarnard. lMwarel's broth, r. de
li irte.l last night for a hunting and llhing
t'lp to Arlington. They expect to remain
Mlts-OURI HISTORICAL SOCIETY The
rtgular monthly misting of the Missouri
IIlstnric.il Society will be hell this e-venhnr
at the risnns of the society. No. 1" Lotiist
stfet. Alter the re'gul ir roiitlno of busli'.-se
a piper on the lite General D. M. Irol
will ne read by his former eompauion iu
arms. Caplaln Joseph Royee.
itvi:-yi:ar snNTiivcn imposhd
Jiuk halt ii. chargetl villi robbery In I ho
llrst degree, pleadtl gulltv in Jmlgo Fer-ri'-s's
court vestenliy He v. as si.iitene'.
to serve five ye-ars in the penitentliry. It
was alleged that he lobbesl Henrv Llppra ir,
a saloonkeeiier. at Tvve'.fth anil North Mar
ket streets, of $I en August T
STRUF.T RAILWAY JUS'S MASQUKR
ADH The Amilcinnted Association of
Stnet Railway Kmployes, Division No. 1.
will celebrate th.- eloslag of the ce nturv
wlth a masquerade ball at Harmonle II ill
on Monthly evening. December 21 Th."
proceeds will be devoted to the relief ft
tho wives nnd families of mcmbrs now
MARGARKT RONAN'S WILL Margaret
Rnn.in. by her will, nletl for probate iei
ter.liv 1. ft l,e"V to her sister. Relle Con
don, and the rem linder of her NVc In
equal parts, to her mother. Ullen Ronaii.
and htrsDters. Rridget ami Mary Roi'an.
She- left her house at No ?0 Page boule
vard, in trust, to her brother. William
Ronan. for tho use of the famllv.
FATIir.R ITOTTF. AT STI1 CGSo
VILVK Tho Reverend William Kotte. for-m.-rly
assistant rector of St. M irk
Parish, this cltv. who left his parish on
a tw i weeks' vacation. Ins written hw
innthtr that he Is now stationed at bt
Genevieve. Mo. He says he was trans
ferred there at his eiwn rv.uet. liH i de
sire being to work in n tlcrman parish.
DKATII OF MRS CFRRAN Thomas I.
Curran of No. 4233A North Market tr-et
was called lo Cincinnati .suddenly lu.sday
night by new of the unexpected eleata.
there of his mother, which oeeurre'd Tues
day noon. Mrs Curran was K vears old.
and had been In fairly Kiie.il health up to i
few hours be fore her death Her on is a
mall-carrlcr and the family Is well known
In Noith St. Louis.
e-HAUGKD WITH HFRGLARY-A war
rait eh..rginir burglary an I lircecv wis
issuesl yesterday against Michael Walsh,
William Phillips .nnl Willi mi Murphv who
we ie arrested at Fourteenth anJ Chestnut
tree's Tuesday nl?ht vvh'le they were try
ing to sell a bundle of surgical Instruments
Th- Instruments were iientlti.d j Umd
Wlllbrandt who condui Is a surgical supi Iy
house at Fifteenth and Poplar street"
nil! ASSOCIATION'S NlaV DIRr.i'
TORS Tlie annuil meeting of stot kholde-r-e
of the St ly.nls Fair Association was hvM
xester.liv In the ollice of Jam.-s Camph'!I.
and tho following Hoard of Directors was
eleetesl to serve for the ensuing vear:
James Cnnipiiell. Charles Clark. A I! Fw
ing. D It. Francis. Charb' Green, .hm'i
Gcen. W F Nolker. M Rumsev. John M
Sellers. Cirwln H Spencer. Charles II Ter
ror Kelward Wal-h. Jr.. und cb-rt Anil.
SAVED MOTHER FROM '
Robert Meyers. 7 vears eWi aveil his
mother vestertlav morning from a Work
house sentence Robert and 1m mnthe- live
at No 2". North Tnth street. Mr.s Meyer
was arrested Tuesday night on a rl'nrge of
being drunk e.n the street Robert heard of
the nrrest and appeared at the Police Court
yesterday morning There he pleaeletl -xlth
the Prosecutor for clemency. Cltv Attnrnev
Taylor had a talk with Judge Sldener ami
thev agreetl to enter a nolle prosequi In the
PROMISED TO WHIP THEIR SONS
Nick Llnz and Harry Hose, each 11 vears
old. were arraigned In the I irst District Po
lice Court yesterday morning on a charge
of throwing rocks nt John Lehman, a shoe
dealer nt No. 113 Pestalozzi street. Judge
Sli'ener Imposed a line of " In each case,
but when court was over he told theparen's
of the boys that if thev would take the
voungters home nnd thrash them he would
stay the fines. The parents nromlsed and
at noon the lads were released. Llnr lives
" Ith his father at V" i PestaIo7zl street.
llci'i' lives at No. 1117 Pestalozzi street.
KCR STEALING LEAD PIPE-Frni it
Roeigers. a negro, charged with stealing
lead pipe, was sentcncetl to two vears in
the penitentiary by J Jury in Judge Fer-
In looking at clothing Iiere, one great advan
tage our customers enjoy is in the very much
greater variety of patterns than a;c carried b'
Another is in knowing that the size yon want
is here and ready to try on at a moment's notice.
Then we make such alterations as maj' be necessary,
just as the custom tailor would do.
Our BUSINESS SUITS, cut in the military
manner, with broad shoulders and fitted waists, are
models of elegance,
A popular style of goods just now is a sort of
imitation of the patterns of the summer flannels.
Ask to see them.
$12.00, 55.00, $18.00, $20.00,
$22.00, $25.00, $28.00 and $30.00
KING & C
UNAKE YOVR SELECTIONS
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FR.0M 25c TO
gTlie Remingten Typewrifer lasts longest. 5o does Hie Reminglon Opcrajorj
- Wickoff. Seamons & Benedict-. 327 Droodwoyr New York
Branch Office, 710 Locust Street, St. Louis, flo.
riss's court yesterday. It Is the severest
sentente for Itad-ii'iie stealing which Jus
teen i.ie ted out for maiiv months. It vas
charged that Itcslgers stole le id pipe from
the rosideiic- ol William Plckel o l Iinr.ey
avenue. near Spring avenue. An angry
sweetheart caused Rodgers's nrrut. hh
leirne.1 that he h nl tninsfcrred liis afftc
tlois to another fcirl living in Kirkwood.
and sh at once toll the police about hlJ
theft of lend pipe.
PLUMBING SHOP I.OOTED-llurglarj
almost cleaned out the plumbing establish
ment i.r Lihoefner & Kit rimn nt No. 2T".)
Washington avenue early yesterday morn
ing Nearly- ?liO worth of plumbing mato
riils. including two bath tubs, were stolen.
At irldrljht the thieves entered the pliCJ
lrom the rear, forced open a door anil cu
rled out the plunder. Whether they pulled
the wagjn away then-selves or look Ihci
ovvn horse alon? is not known. At elayllgnt
tho burglary was discovered, but no clew
was found which would lead to the e.pture
or the thieves
ORDNANCE FOR TOREST PARK-Con-gressman
Charles E. Pearce has obtained
from the War Del ailment for uo In Foiet
Park as decorations four R-lnch mortars an. I
eighty 8-Inch shells. He notified Mayor Zle
gmhein yesterdiy that he can arrange tor
transportation over the Raltlmore and Ohio
Rnlroad for the mortars, and over the
Pennsylvania Central Railroad for the
shell, so that the city will be at no ex
pense The Mayor signed the requisition
ard returned It to Mr. Pearce. The mortars
will be sent from tho barricks nt Washing
ton. D l-.. and the 'hells from the Alle
gheny Arsenal. Pittsburg. Pa.
YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE ELECTION
The annual elec'Ion of the- Young Men's
Institfte was lull Tuetlay evening at
I eadqu liters. No. 3fi4S Paee boulevard.
William .1 Hamilton was re-' lected presi
dent. John M Klviin. first vice president:
William II Movlan. second vice president:
II. J Hirsch. recording secretary; Floyd
Dlnkgrnve. financial secretary; Thomas .1.
Rellly. torn spending sec-eti.ry: E. A. Mc
Swi'.ey". treasurer: T J. CalUhan. marshal;
John Ash iasi.lt sentinel: Dtnle! Itoughv.
outside sentinel -end Willi im II .Fltrs-e r.il 1.
N. Lamb Jr. and W It New cum members
of the Executive Co-rmittee.
NEW YORK'S OFFICIAL VOTE.
aic'Kiiilcy's Plurality Over ISrynn
New York. Dec. 12. The State Roartl of
Cmvasers met to-day- and cinvased the
.M.ite vole. Onlv four ot the slxtv-one
counties cat a majority of votes feir Bryan.
They were New York, ljueens. Rlchmonl
and Scl.ohirie. The Prohibition, Social Li
bor and Social Democratic pirtles have
sutliclent votes to go on the next election
ticket without a p-titlon.
Following are the totals for PreId3nt:
MrKlnltv. Republican. S-l !T2; Ilryan. IVirio
crit. C7js,1: Malloney. Social Iabor. 12 622:
Woe.Iev. Prohlbitior. 22.013; Debs. Soclil
Democrat. 12.S65. McKlnley's plurality, 113.
61. The plurality of O'Dell, Republican, for
Governor, was 111.126.
Are the low prices that prevail In the
Clothing Department at the Globe, Seventh
and Franklin avenue.
LAURA LOWRY SEEKS DIVORCE.
Husband Is a Stiver Contractor in
Mexico, Mo.. Dec. 12. Mrs. Laura Lowry.
formerly of St. Louis, has brought suit in
A v v
7th Pine Streets,
MISSOURI MILITARY ACADEMY
Fin Sew Baildlnr. loOAerti. Btmt'nc. FUhinz. Swan
mine. Boitine .lladel Mrhool llame. PbcDom.ctl
KaccM. faculty alen. not Bots trained in leading
Scbeols of Karope and America. Winter ttm benlna
Jn.S. Addre-M TAWCIT t. HHYItlt. MtllCt, MO.
the Audrain County Circuit Court for a
divorce from her husband. S. W. Lowry, of
No 722 North Twentieth street. St. Louis.
Tho plaintiff alleges cruel treatment at the
hands of her hu-banil. She asks for the
custody of a 2-y ear-old daughter and for an
order from tho court to have tho husband
contribute toward the support of the child.
The defendant Is a contractor of street
ami-alley work In St. Louhj and the plaintiff
is a daughter of W. O. Rarnctt of Audrain
County, once a candidate for Congress on
the Republican ticket.
Ileal I.lvc Santa Clnus
Will take your orders for Suits and Over
coals. Globe. Seventh and Franklin avenue.
VOTE OF WEST VIRGINIA.
McKiukw Received 110.821 to Hry-
Charleston. W. V.a.. Dec. 12. eDffici.al elec
tion returns for West Virginia: McKInley,
11?.S21; Uryan. 9S7.
Althccgh Piatt's Chlorides Is an odorless II iuid
its disinfecting power Is uneijualesl. ltely upon it.
SEATS ON 'CHANGE COME HIGH.
John II. McCiilIouuh Pays fl7..-00
for a Xew York Membership.
New York. Dec. 12. A membership in th"
New York Stock Exchange vvi.s sold to-elay
for Jl'.&Xl. to John II. McCulIough.
FOR COUGHS, CATARRH, BRON
CHITIS AND CONSUMPTION.
THE ONLY CURS.
Because it is the only gerniicitic that
can be inhaled, atitl because it is through
inhalation alone that the eliseaseel parts
of the air passages can be reached.
YOU breathe it. 'e refund the
money if it fails to cure.
Klve"d3j- treatment an 1 mMlcal ndvice free.
OuUlts complete Il.O' Trial Outlits 2, .
THE R. T. BOOTH CO.. Ithaca. N. Y.
A. A. SELKIRK ft CO.,
AUCTION and STORAGE
Iteenilar rale every Saturday at warehouse.
1 s lO.t: Chouteau ave Falea tn mldeneaa m
'Feclalty. Main cClce, M a. Sixth at. Paoa
Itht.lI.AK JIATI.N'hK SATUP.DVY.
AS BECKY SHARP
h .Iwkeraj's VANITY FAIS.
Tn.s-t. 1hjr. Kr n cht on.1 Sat, matlne.
vi-ery N kM
, ROBIN HOOD
Next Monday Evanfng (ss? on)
It mm by Mr
-Hii'-. ii,iii:ii: vi. nnrE.
With an e xie ptlomllv- tronu comiiany
Melbourne MaeVtotvell. e'larence M. Brunq
and Je.hn SturKeon. Intrexluciuir the Dra
matic S natloii, A lour-IIoro Ilomart
Stan. line IE.ice.
A1I ThU Week ami Next Mmdaj-.
Delsur lrbr1-nont Trio Ilatne &. Pettlnir'll.
Jill i Kinzsly . eu.
I Th K.nos- 3.
Smith A. e ross.
IUck..om & Uurca.
Kolb A. Dill.
vvm J Jlilis.
Orcheftra Chairs (re'rved in advance). It2
McGo7srn-6ans Fight returns by special wire;
UAI I cAJiTi-E Q
SOUVENIRS FOR ALL THE LADIES
at Each and Every Performance.
Tho Queen's Lace Handkerchief.
KfnInesT 23c to St W. Pit. Mat. 20c. Mc. TIc-cxt-.
reatlns 6. 33 ami tZ.
Xtxt Week-1 L TRO V ATORE.
To-night. McGovern-Gans flKht, direct wire.
SfcEfftS: TELEPHONE GIRL, ?ffl?&
Sun. Mat. Next "Tho Heart of Maryland."
To-nljht. direct wire details McGorern-Gans Bcht.
1cI1T1IEE I QEALISTic tLEVaMH I llrkt rrtni
T.dif at I II 5CEMC C HOUR. I IS.tl.li.it
Sun. Mat. Next "The Missouri Girl."
Banjo ani . . .
Tickets at Bollmaa's, 1100 Olivo St,
TUB Iill'EHIAL. STCK3C CX3MPANT.
Prices 'CDlClinC II Bargain Mat'..
"Ono of the rtrenrest p'ajrs this seaaon. Ur.
rascoe captured tho aadienca." Post.
Neat Week "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hrda."
SKATING AT ICE PALACE
COOK AND CHANMNO AYES.
Reverse skating; good music; steam htat.
ADMISSION. 15c and 23c,
Tha Horn of Follr- -:- Two Frollea Dillr.
THO IXAUOUItAI. ENGAGEMENT OS"
THE UTOPIAN IURLESQUERS.
Eitra-Rults niaANS-McOOVERN HOnT wilt
b: announced from the tage Thuraday nlfht.
CITY OF ST. LOUIS.
' "' Iw Department.
December 7. 1900.
To Whom It Mar Concern. Tako Notice:
The Commissioners, in the matter ot
openine Keokuk street, under ordinance
No. 19S.3. will meet at room 234 City Hall
on December 14. 1M0, at 10 a. m.. for th
purpose of asesslnp bcnellts occasion by
saitl openliff. and all parties Interested ara
Invitee! to be present: when and where thejr
have the riRht to be heard, and may excepC
to the Commissioners' report before tha
Circuit Court when It Is filed. i
The taxinc district for snltl opening at
eludes the property In tho district boundee)
rorth antl south by lines parallel to Dis
trict 4. from north and south lines of KeO
kuk street, cast by Marine avenue antl
wet by HamberKer avenue and Its direct
City Counselon, '
Postal Telegraph Gable Go,
Main Ofllce. Laclede Ilnlldlnar,
FOURTH AND OLIVE STREETS.
dOO.OOO Mllea AVIrrt 3,000 OBcei.
A e would be pleased to handle yow
TeleKranm Try ns. Telephone Matal
1SUIJ. Klnloeh A 1455.
For information of the present ad
elreis of Hattie Lowell, or the lady
that occupied hous; at 2604 Hickory
st. the first week of Nor. last, rep
resenting herself as dressmaker.
6E0.E. FLOCK, 906 Franklin Aw.
SHREDDED WHOLE WHEAT IISCNIT.
AIAVA1S RF.ADV. AHY XEAIa)
MAM- W A ". AT GROCERS.
lIRin DIRECT10S. I
Write for Cook Book Free. 1
A BEAUTIFUL WHIM
h oft &Mtee4 by Crty r Bltmcbed RV
ImnnrUI Unir DaMBftrftf
Xtj3 l the cMy sur and hatmlew remedy fcr eltke
JfidSmA I ' 'i,t.yf-.'Iy iirpUed."
JSOwflCl Lair ( d ewr. It i oanult
aTt B I ct Mrtthe. ONE AlFUCAT10,f.
" X-ATS MONTHS Sa-Bp-f fcair cotore4frtw
WPEiiAL CHEIICAL MFO. CO.. 22 W. ra St. New Tart
i...U hv Ilalieteau A. fo.. T0 X. Eroadwayl
v olff-W Hewn imis Co. Washington ave. and 4
St.. and applied by M. reterson. iZ X. BroadTam-