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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARCH 17. 1901.
A WORLD'S FAIR EXPO
? NEW SPRING DRY GO
FROM EVERT PART OF THE CIVILISED GLO:
SUkS for Easter
All the latest weaves and shades are
to be found In our Silk De?t. Foulard
Silks In a great variety of designs and
colors, printed Liberty Satins, colored
Peau de Sole, Peau de Ccygne, Satin
Lumineaux, Crepe de Cheoc, Louisine
and Taffetas in all shades. Black Taf
fetas, Luxor, Loulsinss, Satin Croise,
Foulards, Crepes and Grenadines.
Here Are Five Specials
1,000 yards 20-inch PURE SILK
BLACK SWISS TAFFETA, fine
weave, strong and high luster. jR
(wo value For uy
3.000 yards FASCY TAFFETA SILKS.
values 51.00 to 51.23; Hemstitched
Striped Taffetas. Corded Taffe
tas. Colored riisse. Persian pr
Strlpo Taffetas; alo Black ror
Jllse -vith colored stripe.
These are from broken lines to Jrtf
close: SLC0 and H.23 values y
100 pieces PRISTED FOULARDS,
J1.W values, 21-lncn. an stiK. nn
cst cloth, great variety ot de- en
signs, light and dark grounds;
we wero able to take from a
hard-pressed manufacturer $1.00
1.000 yards 21-inch Black Peau de
sole, sort unisn, nifin luster, rai- 7Sffi
ported cloth. $1.00 values For -)"
15 pieces Black Grenadine, plain
weaves ana tancy stripes, i.wi i fiti
values For 'W
Only Three Weeks More
Exquisite Cloths for your Easter
Conns these we have in all the latest
shades, Wool Crepe de Chenc, French
Vallle. Creoe Eeyptla. Batiste Eolienne,
Albatross, Arcadlennc Cloths, Broad
cloths, Venetians, Challles, etc., in
100 pieces 43-Inch English Cash
meres, colors ana uracK. regular
price 45c we have told 200 pieces
and have just received 100 more
in blues, reds, tans, grays. 'ytZtt
black, etc 5c value tar "-'r
B0 pieces Silk-Mixed Novelty Dress
Uoods, in an colors oi tans.
Krays, browns, blues. 7 ST
etc.... Values SOc, for Y
25 pieces Best All-Wool French
(jnaiues, ngni ana aire biuuiiu, jtk
small, neat figures 50c value for'-' ' T
100 pieces 3S-lnch ALL-WOOL AL-
iMiKUS.i in an colors unu
shades of old rose, blues, tans, )
grays, resedas, reds and cream jt
B0 pieces SILK STRIPE CHALLIES.
purosiIK ana wool oniy in uiuse
shades 20 pieces cream, 15 pieces
pink, 10 pieces old rose, 5 pieces EZQtfi
leghorn the regular 73c value.For r T
ICO pieces ESGLISH FOULLB SERGE,
46-mcn wiae in an colors srujs.
browns, reds, hello,- tane. blue,-3, -
greens.icastora and cadet this .a if?
great cloth. S1.00 value Joruyr
B0 pieces COVERT CLOTH, 55-inch
ana w-mcn uroaacioins, an wie
new" spring shades good 11.25 f If)
value ror W
Black Dress Goods
A great variety of weaves to choose
from at the lowest prices. We men
tion a few specials:
23 pieces 2?-Inch Jacquards, all
wool several pmnll and medium
designs, for dresses and skirts 'XQft
BOc values For ?
0 pieces Mohair and Wool Crepons.
10 designs, newest effects, for rep- CZfk(
arate skirts 75c values For JY
20 pieces 50-Inch All-Wool Undressed
Cheviots, a big seller now; this
cloth has no equal under So J'Sffi
value For MY
10 pieces 30-inch Storm Serges, made
from a brilliant worsted yarn, Zl(t
fine finish a good 11.00 value. ..for T
25 pieces 45-Inch All-Wool Double
Warp Henrietta, Prunella, Mel
rose and solid fine imported cloths 1 fifk
-J1.23 values forw
io cases of unens.
2 cases Bleached All-Linen Barns- CJ
ley Crash, worth 8 l-3c yard -'r
1 case of Heavy Unbleached Tur- tflft
kish Towels, worth 13c each ivy
1 case of mammoth size All-Linen tyiL(
Towels, worth 20c each amy
1 case of CO-Inch Fast-Colored Tur
key Red Damask only two pat- IQtfc
terns worth 30c yard izry
1 case of Heavy Unbleached Irish y.tr
Tabic Linen, worth 40c yard r'
1 case of Bleached All-Linen Irish
Damask, choice patterns, worth yferf
Wc yard TrOJfr
1 case 72-Inch Bleached All-Linen
Irisii Table Damask, worth 75c KQr
yard . D5p
1 case contains lots of Bleached
Damask Tablecloths and Nap
kins without fringe.
24-yard Cloths, worth J1.S3 I )e
each , I.-J
22-Inch Fine Irish Damask Nap- I CSfk
kins, worth $2.00 dozen IJV
Fine Damask Dinner Napkins, in
spot ana norai patterns. I 'jcz
worth $2.30 dozen "
2U by 3-yard Fine Damask Din- 'l QC
ner laDiecioins, worth J7.50 yrm-
Same in rize 2!J by 2U-yard, si sil
worth IS 30 r.rr J
Same in 1ze 2U by 4-yard, j tatz
worth S3.50 t.ViJ
1 case contains lots of Embroidered
and Renaissance DOYLIES,
SCARFS, STAND COVERS
$l-3c Embroidered Doylies go for Jc
15c and 20c Embroidered Doylies go for.... 10c
Spring Opening of Our
GLOAK AND SUIT DEPARTMENT.
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Our Special Sale of
Ladies' and Misses' Suits, Wraps,
Waists and Separate Skirts
The lines being now full and complete, we shall
start selling at a lively rate by offering the BEST
MADE AND MOST FASHIONABLE SUITS AND
WRAPS EVER BROUGHT TO ST. LOUIS.
Note only a few Items of especial Interest, as we cannot
begin to tell the whole story. SEE FOR YOURSELVES.
Tailor-Made Suits, Prices from $10 to $75. -
- 1T T We Kive you a new stjle Eton Salt ! nll-Woo!
HOr 10. tO Venetian Cloth. Tafftta Silk lined throughout,
rutllc full graduattd nounce skirt collarl:"
larkct and a wide band of flm-Iy-stltched taffeta
illk all around both Jacket and skirt colors ara
black, gray, brown, castor slzea li to Ti bust.
r fff rre tVe elve tou choice cf 0 styles ot Eton and
rOV IO. IO Blouse Suite, both with vests and revere effect,
and with tho new dip tront sliir-:: ttnre und
flounce skirts, all new (hades of cloths and per
fect in every detail.
GRAND SPRING MILLINERY
Wl.M. J33.00 and J43.7B we Rive you a line of
tailor-made Suits that are Identically the sanio
as Bhown here by an Eastern concern a "short
time ago at one of our hotel. anJ lor which or
ders nere taken at 5W.03. JC0.03 and JT6.C0. Vou
set them here In this jrrcat
Special Sale at $43.75, $35, $31.50, $29.50.
Costumes and Gowns.
Our line Is positively great silk costumes, foulard
dresses, nun's veiling gowns, crepe de Chines, and organdies.
Here's a Great Big Offer:
c.. 1 C 1lWe will rive you choice cf a lot of
iUl MO. lCncw Foulard Silk Dress's, mide In the
cry latest styles, trimmed with white
catln, Russian lace and tinsel braids;
colors, tan, green, blue, red; all sizes;
don't fall to avail yourselves of this
special offer; It does not take ling to
sell such a9 this one,
A Stylish Foulard Silk Dress
as above for $15.
TO-MORROW, MONDAY, AND
An immense Display of Genuine
Imported Parisian and New
York Pattern Hats, worth up
to $35 each, tor
1 BOLERO SUIT.
5000 oewtprloz Silk Wslttsgo on tale thh week.
btst fttttax WMlstt that moaey eta bay.
Taffeta Silk Waists, all shades 3.50 and up
Peaude Soie Silk Waists, all shades.. 5.00 and up
'Louisine Silk Waists beauties 6.00 and up
tama aut waists.... .. ...i a. OO and up
Crepe de-Chine Silk Waists 9.60 and up
Mercerized self-colored Polka Dot
.JVaists t V.: . V . .u. r -. 3.25 and up
Wash Waists, thousands to select from.SOo and up
Separate Eton Jacket.
Special sale of exclusive Styles this week.
For 10 ? Wegiveyou silk Eton Coat
made and shaped to the form in
most perfect manner; handsome
ly tucked and in new design.
We give you an entirely new cut
Fnw. Eton Jacket, with long dip front;
u' thebody has fine tucks, bias ef-
feet and has a finely stitched
1 Z ffifi fold of cloth all around the edge;
'"v are nerfepflw former! nnil flint-
without a dart. See how 'tis
Jackets and Box Coatst3UpL
f?nr A Cl We give you stylish Box' Coatarin
' Ul ''JV castor, tan or black; all well lined
and perfect formed.
Fir 4Y) High-class English Covert Cloth
I vm o. UU short Coatsfly front or double
breast effect all sizes.
We place oa sale this week
Jackets of hne black cloths Taf
feta lined, short w a is fed
shapes for elderly ladies these
we have in the odd or sizes
3 75 31, 33, 35' 37, 39' 41,43, 45, 4T
-' -' and 49 bust measure, and they fit
without an alteration in nine
cases out of ten. "
Cloth Skirts, Silk Skirts, Peau de Soie Skirts.i
Net Skirts, Lace Skirts. Etamiue Cloth SkirtiJ
Skirts of Nun's Veiling, of Crepe de Chine
and Silk Poplin Skirts that fit and hang as
thev ouirht to not merely so much eood. mate1
rial spoiled and botched in the making, merely!
made lor tue price Dut stirts tnat you look well
ic and feel proud to wear, for, as every well
dressed woman knows, the skirt is by far the
most important part of the costume. Prices,
$55.00, 947.60, 435.00, 29.76, 125.00, $18.60,
$15.00. 910.00, $7.60, $5.00 and $2.60.
There isn't a Hat in our entire Millinery Department, no matter how ex
pensively trimmed or so stylishly made that j-ou can pay more than $16.00
for and there isn't a 15.00 Hat but what is a dream of loveliness no two
alike each one has a style exclusiveness that reflects the most careful study
and skill of the foremost of milliners our showing is a rare one of millinery
splendor, good taste, originality and beautiful colorings, being molded to
gether in true artistic magnificence
The Finest Mat in Our House, 15.00.
Thf flrpplf f-ffnrt ")rvcc Tlle newestNew York fad for evening wear come and see
J MIC J1 CCfl ljcau KJi CM it-made of roses and laurel leaves a direct copy of what
was worn by one of the foremost society leaders of New York at the recent great ball at the
A Magnificent Showing ot Children's Trimmed Hats at Lowest Prices In the City.
No Special Invitations All Are Welcome to See Our Grand Display.
GRAND SPRING OPENING MONDAY.
Young Men's and Boys9
ST. LOUIS' HEADQUARTERS FOR
The best tailored Boys' Clothing In America at the low
est prices that spot cash selling and spot cash buying can
put before you. Mothers with boys to dress, fathers with
the bills to pay, boys with the CLOTHES TO WEAR, all
All the newest and best spring styles in Top Coats, Long
Pant Suits, 3-pIece Vest Suits, Middy, Vestee and Sailor
Blouse Suits, 2-piece D. B. and Russian Blouse Suits our
windows are particularly attractive this week see them.
Boys' Strictly All-Wool Suits, in the newest and most elegant of
patterns sizes 6 to 16 years checks and neat stripes in cheviots
and cassimeres double-breasted effects lined with Italian serge
pants with the sensible double seats and knees
every suit comes with Nugents' ()Q
guarantee Opening Sale Price, "O
Boys9 Confirmation Suits.
3-piece long or short Pant Vest, or 2-piece double-breasted Knee-Pant
Suits, made of fine quality blue and black clay worsteds, serges
and cheviots every garment strictly tailor-made-suits
th'at'have that much-desired snappy, up-to-date g ff
look with them Opening Sale YticcxJm JJ
Boys' Vettee, Middy and Sailor Blouse Suits The handsomest and
most complete line of Juvenile Suits in St. Louis all the newest
colorings and novelties in little fellow suits, in all sizes,
from 3 to 10 years all put in one huge lot and all at y OiC
one price for Opening Sale JaZrO
-In all the latest spring
styles, including the
newest New York style "The Peekdkill" which is an improvement on the Military
Sack in checks, stripes in plain blue and black cheviots and worsteds sizes up 1 f ff
to 38 chest measure. Opening Sale Price (ll
asofSgfAwAcompletella..tBVM'FarJl3blaii,HataaaaCapMaadWjbabl0 Sultaaow Imaad oa sale at aur
&aLitlli velhkaowa low prkts.
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Youn Men's and Boys' LongPant Suits-
Tremendous reductions on strictly new goods In all the latest
effects. Each sale mode will bring us many customers tor
more. So come early.
60c and 75c Nottingham Curtains go for. 25c pair
75c and 81.00 Nottingham Curtains go for SOc pair
$1.25 Nottingham Curtains go for 65c pair
SLS0 Nottingham Curtains go for..., 75c pair
$1.65 Nottingham Curtains go for...., c?5cpair
$1.85 Nottingham Curtains go for . 00 pair
$2.50 Nottingham Curtains go for J?5pair
$3.00 Notlingham Curtains go for 1.50 pair
$3.50 Nottingham Curtains go for 1.75 pair
$3.75 and $4.00 Nottingham Curtains go for 2.00 pair
$4.60 Nottingham Curtains go for. 2.25 pair
$5.00 Nottingham Curtains go for J.OOpair
NOTE At $1.25 you will find Curtains as long as 4 yards and
up to 60 inches wide.
At $3.00 you will find many Cable Nets of the best quality.
82.00 Irish Point Lace Curtains go for 95c
$3.50 Irish Point Lace Curtains go for. 2.45
Si.outnsii l'oint Lace Curtains go for 3.00
$5.00 Irish Point Lace Curtains go for 3.25
$5.50 Irish Point Lacs Curtains go for. 4.00
$6.50 Irish Point Lace Curtains go for. 5.00
BOBBINET CURTAINS, with lace edge and insertion in
82.00 quality goes for 1.25
$3.00 quality goes for 200
$3.50 quality goes for 2.50
84.50 quality goes for 3.00
BOBBINET RUFFLED CURTAINS, 3 yards long, with lace edge
and insertion, $2.25 quality, for 1,25
SCRIM CURTAINS, openwork stripe, with ruffle, 3 yards
long, for 50c pair
Miss Kerr, the expert fitter, will be in J
attendance the next two weeks in our
Corset Dep't, and she will gladly dem- J
onstrate the meritorious features of
the celebrated Kabo Corsets, and give
valuable information concerning these
Corsets to all, whether you buy or not.
ff nhn rnrcorc I nf ortrt r ri.
m iihw viijww ,uu u"u uj;. i
a sccona floor, m
Seven hundred and fifty pieces Plain and Fancy White
Goods that we bought so cheaply as to be able to sell them at
much below ordinary, prices.
CO pieces of Sheer White erf
Lawn Plaids, worth 10j.yd-'r
To pieces of Striped and, 'Checked
Nainsook Just tho fabric for
summer underwear worth Zt
7J5c and 8 l-3c yard r
73 pieces of "White Organdie Plaid
Lawns, sheer and pretty, flrf
worth 12',4o yard T
3C0 pieces of 3S-lnch White Eng
lish Long Cloth, worth jCjjf
10c yard r
pieces of White Oxford Shirt
ing, in pretty patterns, )!
worth 20c yard. 2J6
80 pieces of 47-inch Imported Eng
lish Lawn for white 'flt
dresses, worth 33c yard.'"'r
123 pieces of 36-inch White all
Pure Linen Lawn, worth --B?
40c yard Zf
23 pieces of Imported White
Ground Madras, with colored
wwen stripes, worth 'XtZfr
Kc yard Oi3f
Ladles' njo Kid Gloves
For $1.00 Pair.
Pique Walking; Gloves, witli two patent
clasps at wrists, embroidered in black or self
stitching colors, brown, mode, oxblood and
tans French kid, fresh, new goods the rea
son for selling these goods at One Dollar-pair
is on account of their lateness in arriving
splendid for street wear.
One Dollar Pair.
Exceptional Bargains in
Commenced Embroidery Linen,
with plenty of material to finish; beautiful designs and finest
work, many at HALF WHOLESALE PRICE.
Size 6x6 in. and 9x9 in., worth from $1.00 to $1.73 each. at 69a
Size 12x12 in., worth from 11.30 to J2.25 each at 98e
-Size lSxlS in., north from 12.23 to (3.25 each at 1.89
fe ze 2x24 in., worth from $350 to J7.00 each at 2.19
Size 36x26 in.. Hemstitched Squares, worth $3.73 eacb.at 2.39
A Special Purchase of
AlULace Renaissance Table Centers
Fice quality, worth ordinarily S1.00 eech at 78o
Materials of all kinds for all kinds of Lace or Fancy Work at cut
prices. A large btock of Lace Braids Just received from European
manufacturers at special prices.
6. NUGENT & BRO. DRY GOODS GO., - - Broadway, Washington Avenue and St. Charles Street.
A Great Sale of
2,000 Men's and Women's 20th'
Century Umbrellas something
entirely new the new feature is
the runner or slide that opens the
umbrella. No more springs to
press in order to open or close the
umbrella no mors pinched fingers
or torn gloves. A simple device
that has taken centuries to discover.
hence it is rightly called the "20th
Century Umbrella." You'll rccog
nizs its merits at a glance. Guar
antesd never to get out of order.
and every umbrella stamped on the
tie in silver letters:
"20th Century Umbrella."
We place on sale 2.000 of these
Umbrellas on Monday 26-lnch
for ladies and 23-Inch for men.
To introduce them we offer you rmffm
your choice (first floor, wen XC
innln alslp- for -
Good news for economical housewives.
Regular 6c Quality yard-wide v1f
Sea Island JIuslln ....r Yd.
Regular "He Quality yard-wide soft- tCtt
finished Bleached Muslin -') Kf
300 pieces regular ISc quality
Tnhlo nil ninth nlnln trhitB
lilnnV nnrt Mill, vain1,! Tirt cpi. fffc.4
onds best made Moadar "r Yd
A Noteworthy Sale of
A big purchase ot 26,865 yards
offered at less than manufacturer's
6.000 yards of All-Silk Ribbons. li
Inches wide, fancy corded stripe-,
plaids, hemstitched effects, em
designs ftfzalat Wc quality lor J Yd.
5,000 yards of All-Silk High-Luster
Taffeta Ribbons, 1 inches wide,
in all shades. CZgi
RtgalarlOcqaatHr for ?w Yd.
3,563 yards of High-Luster AU-Sllk
Taffeta Ribbons, 3 Inches wide,
all colors. 1n
Retalar 19c qualify for aS& ya
1,200 pieces (twelve thousand yards)
of No. 1 Black Velvet Linen
Back Ribbons, fast edges, worth
30c piece of 10 7-
yards Coat aJ, piece.
A Bargain Sale of
Ladies Fancy Hose, boot patterns
and extracted spots. Imported 'yazf
to sell at 33c pair-...".. ..Tail wttk, -f J"
LadW Fast Black Full-Fashion-ed
Hose, high-spliced heels and
double sole goods that sell tlf
for 23c pair. Jbtiwtek, f Pair
3 pairs for SOc
Children's Fast Black Ribbed Hose,
medium welxht. double knees l!Z.f-
a regular 25c stocking for atjy Pjip
lien's Tan Cotton "i Hose, Im
ported goods, cheap at 19c lit it
pair....?. Thh week, Vf
Men's Fancy Half Hose, black, red
and blue grounds, fancy figured yaZ
designs worth 35 pair. AtT
Sew Ideas, new goods, now showa
In this department at prices beyond
competition. A special display ot the
new Ideas In one of our Broadway'
PILLOW TOPS (including back) In
assorted designs such as Amer
ican Beauty. Violets, Wild Roses,
etc.. tinted on tine art ticking lOf
regular value 25c At try .
V..OWrOPS(lncludIng back), con
ventional designs, tinted on art
canva". best quality yX
regular price 39c ...At &J
PILLOW TOPStlncluding backs), all
the latest designs, tinted on fin
est canvas, exclusive acftt
patterns. Qnat Value at JJy
FEATHER PILLOWS, made specially
for Xugents, size 22x22 in., and
worth Wc BZQt '
each Special at 2J
DOWS PILLOWS, extra quality, spe- '
daily prepared, 22x22, 7flrf
worth JL25 Special at Jfy
AT RIVER'S EDGE.
Unidentified Man, Pound Whert;
He Had Fallen Down Bank,
Ih Expected to Die.
Lying partially In the icy water, uncon
scious and thoroughly chilled, a middle
aged man, who has not yet been identified,
was found Saturday morning oeside the
River des Peres, near the bridge at Man
The. discovery was inaae about 9 o'clock
by Herman J. WeUman of Jfo. 5332 fihaw
avenue, who was crossing a field near Man
chester avenue and King's highway.
The man's hat lay about fifty feet from
the spot where he was found, upon the
level ground above the rier bed. His coat
lay at the top of the embankment, and the
n-an's position Indicated that he bad rolled
down the river bank, which is stefcp in this
locality. Tho legs were in the water. It
seemed as if the unfortunate was at least
but semiconscious when he slipped down
the bank and had luckily straightened
out and stopped rolling In time to be saved
from a plunge Into the deeper water.
He was taken byWellman and others to a
near-by house, where attempts were made
to revive him. Then It was determined to
send him to the City Hospital. At the lat
ter place he lay unconscious until 1 o'clock,
in the afternoon. Then he opened his eyes
and mumbled unintelligibly. The doctor In
charge of his division said that he exhib
ited symptoms of pneumonia and that the
man's condition was most serious.
There were no evidences of violence on
his person or Indications of a fight In the
vicinity of the river bank. It Is the suppo
sition that the man was either drunk or
under the influence of some "drug when he
fell down the bank.
He is apparently about 40 years old.
heavily built, has a sandy mustache, dark
hair and dark eyes.
A Llttle-Kaovra Fact.
That the majority of serious diseases or
iginate In rilfinrrief nf thA viamaw n.iM.'
Kidney Cure Is guaranteed. Try it to-day
if'-you're not feeling welL
ENDS HER LIFE.
Swallows PoiBon Because She Does
2f ot Believe Her Daughter
Treated Her Well.
Because she thought that her daughter
had treated her unklndlv. Mm. Mnrv Travis.
68 years old, swallowed poison Saturday
aiternoon at lao Fine street.
She was found lying unconscious at 2
o'clock bv Mrs. T. Tt Ql.h.M i.nitA..
the Pine street address, from whom Mrs.
xravis reniea a room. Mrs. Siebers ran
out upon the street to notify the police.
streets, and the latter Immediately turned
It fl o11 frt Art nmVialnw u. T. il( ffB
Travis was removed to the City Hospital,
Iwnere she died.
Mrs. Siebers ealed that Mrs. Travis bad-
lived with her for eighteen months, but that
they had resided on Pine street only for
two weeks, and that their previous address
was No. 2516 south sixteenth street.
"While I have known Mrs. Travis," con
tinued Mrs. Siebers, "she has seemed de
spondent and oftentimes said that she did
not believe that her daughter had treated
her well. Once or twice she has threatened
to commit suicide, but I did not take her re
marks seriously. After lunch to-day, she
went out, saying she was going to the
drug store. She came back at 1:45 o'clock.
A few minutes later I heard strange noises
in the front room downstairs, and upon go
ing in I found Mrs. Travis. She was breath
ing heavily. Then I ran for help."
Doctor Alexander Murray, a dentist at
No. 100$ Olive street, said that he la the
son-in-law of the woman. He stated that
Mrs. Travis had gone to Dallas, Tex., three
years ago and that he had not known until
the present time that she had returned to
St. Louis. His wife, he said, had never
treated her mother unkindly, but had not
heard from her parent since the latter went
to Texas. ,
Instruction by correspondence brings the
college to the home. Read Home School
adv. In to-day's Issue and write Instruction
impairment, me itepuoiic, at. Louis. Mo.,
for full description of courses ef study and
ICK09 VL IU1UVU4
MOSCOW IS IN
STATE OF SIEGE.
Bioting by Students and Workmen
There and Elsewhere Has
SPECIAL BY CABLE.
St. Petersburg, March 16. A state of
siege has been established in Moscow,
where rioting among students and work
men prevails," and there is" great excite
ment. Similar disturbances are reported to have
broken out'at Odessa, Kieff, JCharkoff and
other university cities.
Several thousand workmen joined the
students In erecting barricades, and the
workers' were encouraged by a hundred
.The principal scene of the riotlnr was la
the neighborhood of tha palace of the
Grand Duke Serglus. Governor General.
M. Bogotopoff. Minister of Public In
struction, who was shot by Peter Kar
povlch on February 27, while holding a
reception at the ministry, died to-day from
the effects of his injury. It fs said that the
shooting was due to the harsh measures
adopted by the Minister in dealing with
the university students.
MURPHY BROTHERS DISAPPEAR.
Lived in Arizona Thought to
Have Relatives Here.
Chief of Police Kiely received a letter
Saturday from George B. Otis of Phoenix.
Ariz., telling him of the disappearance from
there of Daniel. Harry E;. Aletha and
Oliver F. Murphy, brothers, who went there
from St. Louis In April, 1SS5. The letter
states that they settled on desert land and
spent thousands of dollars in constructing
Mr. Otis states in hto letter that they
have recently dlsappearedrrom the neigh
borhood. He says he has information which
will be of great benefit to them. Chief
Uw,r MAcu iv 4W4.10 uieir rrmuvea aero
and procure the address f the Murphy
l TRIAS SURRENDERS
AND TAKES OATH.
MacArthur Cables That This Everitf
Marks End of the Armed ,;
Washington, March 15. General MacAr
thur cables that Mariano Trias, only lieu
tenant General of the insurgent army, sur
rendered March 15 at San Francisco ds
Malabon, with nine officers and 139 welf
armed men. Trias immediately took" oath of
allegiance in tho presence of several ns
The General thinks this indicates the flnjl
stage of the 'armed insurrection, as the
prestige of Trias- in Southern Luzon Is
equal to that of Aguinaido. -
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