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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARCH 17, 1901.
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THREE MEMBERS PRESENT.
riNotwithstanding the Slim Attend
ance the House Held-Two Ses
sions and Transacted
Spmgfleld, 111., March 16. Only three
members were present at the session of
the House this momln-r. They iverc Repre
sentatives Hunter of 'Winnebago. Jones of
- Sangamon, and Patridge. After the reading
of the Journal, a recess -was taken until
At the afternoon session, at -which the
came members were present. Speaker Sher
i man announced twenty-five standing com
mittees of the House and made additions
to those heretofore announced.
The Speaker secured unanimous consent
'to add to the Committee on Live Stock and
Dairying four members. Municipal Corpora
tions two members and Insurance one mem
,' Speaker Sherman's appolntmeats follow:
Insurancer-Kettering, chairman; Taggart,
Spiegel, Crawford, Rankin of Warren,
Glade. Skaggs, Mueller, Burgett, Miller of
Alexander, Struckman, Montelius, Hughes
of Lee, Abbott, Cavanagh, Allen, Arrand,
Helmlniak, Petrie. Jandus, Kelley. Loy,
Hunt. Nowlckl. Purdunn, "Wall, Wilson.
Military Affairs Kerrick, chairman: Spies-el,
Lyon, Rankin of Warren, Kopf, Jones
of Cook, "Wheeler, Uppendahl, Skaggs,
Chamberlln, "William Sullivan, Farrell. Hef
fernan, Craig, Browne of La Salle, Bennett,
Mines nnd Mining;.
Mines and Mining Burgett. chairman;
Kerrick, Drew, Johnson of Fulton, Walker,
Mllnor. Edwards, Barnes, Iscrman, Glade,
Merrill, Farris, Mitchell, Warder, Wall.
Huggins Potrie, Rice, Young.
Manufactures Johnson, chairman;
Church, Shanahan. Farnum, Walker. Nohe.
Hunter of Winnebago. Scrocin. McConnell,
Huggins, Arrand, Cummings, Nowicki,
Libraries Connor, chairman; MHnor,
Struckman, Kerr. Taggart. Abbott, Miller
of Hamilton, Browne of Lasalle, Crangle,
'Andrews, Bowles, Doyle, Huggins, Frlzzell.
Labor and Industrial Affairs Walker,
chairman: Drew. Montelius. Merrill. Hun
ter of Christian. William Sullivan. Elgnus.
Aderton, Jones of Sangamon. MlddlekaufT.
"FarriB. Mitchell. Warder. Wall, Hanna,
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of Fulton, Lamb, Johnson of Rock Island,
Miller of Alexander. Montelius, Rankin of
Iroquois, Vaughn. Rice, Huggins, Friizell,
Grigsby, Groves, Hanna, Helmlnlak.
Finance Church, chairman; Taylor, Hunt
er of Christian, Swigart. Crawford, Kerr,
Cavanagh, Miller of Stark. Elgnus, Hughes
of Fulton, Loy, 'McConnell, Bless, Bhepard,
Fees and Salaries Christian, chairman;
Trautmann, MlddlekaufT, Church, Bcitler,
Smith of Cook, Connor, Hanna, Bowles,
Crafts. Crangle, Uoyle.
Federal Relations Lamb, chairman; Elg
nus, Uppendahl, Jones' of Cook, Glade,
Countryman, Cavanagh, Farnum, Warder,
Brown of LaSalle, Wyand, Vaughn, Mur
phy, Donoghue, Arrand.
Farm Drainage Rankin, of Iroquois,
chairman; -Johnson of Fulton, Lamb, Cole,
Crawford, Isermann, . Neese, Taggart.
Countrman, Miller of Alexander, Hunter
of Winnebago. Heffernan, Louden, Bryant,
Devine, Grigsby. Toung.
Executive Department Swlgart. chair
man; Osgood, Hunter of Christian, Coun
tryman, Montelius; Neese, Uppendahl,
Jones of Cook, Crawford, McClenathan..
Murphy. Bless, McConnel, Vaughn. Shep
ard. Drainage and "Waterways Drew, chair
man; Elgnus, Merrill, Neese, Spiegel, Iser-
matin, Cavanagh, Farnum; psgood, Jones
of Cook, Christian, Onion. Smith of Cook,
Shanahan. Church. Buckley, Carmody,
Drevs, Helmlnlak, Hunt, Bowles, Lapsley,
Logan. O'Connor, Moran..
Retrenchment Glade, chairman: Farnum.
Cavanaghr Lamb, Isermann, Onion, Taylor,
Milnor, Craf tp, Carmody. McDonough, Ham
mond, Helmlnlak, McClenathan and Mur
phy. Soldiers' and Sailors' Home and Soldiers'
Orphans' Home Partridge, chairman:
Neese, Onion, Lyon, Struckman, Rankin of
Iroquois, Cole, Taylor. Hughes of Fulton,
Andrews, Bennett, Robinson and Busse.
State and Municipal Civil Service Reform
Gould chairman; Pendarvis, Cavanaugh,
Kopf, Milnor, Barnes. Chamberlain. Beem,
Taggart, Johnson of Rock Island, Farnum,
Browne of La Salle, Rice. Andrews Bryant,
Donoghue, Gray, Hunt, Lowden and Mor
ley. Sanitary Affairs Samuelson. chairman:
Beem, Glade, Walter, Backus. Taylor,
Iserman. Skaggs. Morrill. Omeara. Farric,
Smith of Franklin, O'Connor, Nowicki;
State Institutions Middlekauff, chairman;
Rankin of Iroquoi1, Milnor. Uppendahl,
Walter. Miller of Alexander, Elgnus, Boem,
Samuelson. Johnson of Rock Island, Robin
son, Vaughn, Young, Wyand, Smith of
Franklin, Rless and Ridgely.
State and Municipal Indebtedness Milnor.
chairman; Countryman, Neese. Montelius,
Crawford, Wheeler, Connor, Miller of Stark,
Skaggs, Rice. McConnell,, McClenathan
Loy, Louden. Lltchenberger.
Statutory Revision Crawford, chairman;
Mlddlekauf, Shurtleff, Uppendahl, Wheeler,
Glade, Jones of Cook, Farnum, Hunter of
"Winnebago, Crangle, Bless, Warder, Worn
"bacher, D. E. Sullivan. Donoghue.
Public CharitleB Edwards chairman;
Countryman, Smith of Cook: Eignusv Mer
rill, Taylor, Walter, Cole, Rankin of Iro
quolso, Barnes, MlddlekaufT. Conlee, Bless,
Crangle, Loy, Petrie, Rice.
Pnhlln "Knlldlnc-s and C
fluhl rhnlrman: Jones of Sangamon. Wil
Ham Sullivan, Spiegel, Swlgart, Jones of
Cook, Shannahan, Taggart, Schlagenhauf,
Robinson, Vaughn, Wombacher, Wall, Ar
Printing Adderton. chairman; Church,
Eignus, Burgett. Rankin of Warren, Con
nor. Johnson ,of Rock Is nnd, Shurtleff,
Lamb, Krelcker, Arrand, ennett, Cum
mings, Farris, Gray.
Penal and Reformatory Institutions Elg
nus, chairman; Johnson of Sangamon,
Neese. Edwards, Mlddlekauf, Johnson of
Rock Island. Miller of Stark, Onion. Barnes,
Swlgart, Taylor, Hunter of Christian, Wil
liam Sullivan. Grigsby. Groves, Haase,
Hammond. Heffernan. Howell, Huggins.
Kreicker. Logan, McDonough.
State and County Fairs Wheeler, chair
man; BUBh. Pool. Rankin of War-in. Ket
tering. Olsen. Mueller. E.lckson, Cherry.
Conlee. Rless, Busse, Loy, Murphy, Robin
son. Witt. , I ,
License Nohe, chairman; Oir Jones or
Cook. Struckman. Pool, Wheeltr. Miller of
Alexander, Johnson of Rock Island, Onion,
Farnum. Partridge, Heffernan. Arrand,
Farris. Browne of Lasalle, Kelly, Krelcker,
O'Meara, Shay. ......
The folowlng addltlone to committees
heretofore appointed were announced by
Roads and Bridges Neese.
Warehouses Cavanagh, Glade and Wm.
Sullivan. . ,
Revenue Spiege land Crawford.
Municipal Corporation Kopf.
Education Farnum and Crawford.
County and Township Organization
Wheeler. ... ,
Building. Loan and Homestead Associa
Fish and Game Wheeler.
Live Stock and Dairj ing Kettering.
Arkanaaa Supreme Court.
Little Rock, Ark., March 16. The follow
ing proceedings were had at Saturday's
session of the Supreme Court:
Dudley Bros, and others against Sun Mu
tual Insurance Company, Hempstead Cir
cuit Court; afllrmed orally.
Jordan Bell against State of Arkansas,
Desha Circuit Court, Watson district; re
versed and remanded.
St. L., I. M. & S. Ry. Co. against Boles,
Washington Circuit Court; affirmed orally.
R. G. Atkinson and J. G. Atkinson, Lin
coln Circuit Court; reversed and dismissed.
W. M. Watklns against Francis C Mar
tin, Pulaski Circuit Court; motion to dis
miss for noncompliance with rule 9 filed.
W. T. Tucker, administrator, against W.
M. Hawkins and others, Monroe Chancery
Court: submission set aside and passed to
Planters' Mutual Insurance Company of
Arkansas against Mrs. Clara A. Dewberry,
administratrix, Lee Circuit Court; motion
to substitute administrator.
Ordered that court adjourn until Monday
at 9 o'clock.
Murderer William Kurd Arrested.
Florence Ala.. March 16. William Knard,
the murderer of William Darby, was arrest
ed Saturday at Gatesvllle. Tex., on advice
from Sheriff Hill, -who left for his prisoner.
Knard shot Darby with a shotgun on
Christmas Day, blowing off the lower part
of his face. Knard's wife left last night for
Texas, and his whereabouts was learned In,
.. y- ,-i.iSaIkMaii
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FOREWARNED BY .
- A HOROSCOPE.
Prophetio Document Found
Joseph Kichey, Who Fell
Offla Street Car. .
DAY OF "HIS DEATH FORETOLD.
Paper Also Advised Him to Be
ware of Saturday, Which
Was Named as His
'Tour unlucky day Is Saturday. Do not
take risks on that day. and if you are
forced to travel be very careful, especially
in the year 1901. Beware also of the eight
eenth day of tho month. It i3 a fateful day
for you, and the stars read that your death
will befall on that day of tho month."
The above is part of a horoscope, drawn
up by a "scientific astrologer" of Birming
ham, N. J., and which was found in the
clothing of Joseph Rlchey of No. 2215 Carr
Etreet, who fell from a car In front of No.
3319 Chouteau avenue at 5:30 o'clock Satur
Rlchey is at tho City Hospital, suffering
from a fractured skull and concussion of
the brain. The doctors gave it as their
opinion that he would 'not recover.
When he arrived at the hospital he was un
conscious. Witnesses said that he attempted
L to get off the car while It wan moving rap-
hmj- ana umt ne was tnrown lorwara upon
Tho horoscope is typewritten. In part it
reads as follows:
"As you were born on November 15, you
were born under the planet Mercury (which
signifies the gift of prudence) and tho zodiac
sign of Scorpio, which was also the sign of
James A. Garileld and other famous peo
ple. "About 1901, perhaps In 1902, you will ex
perience some trouble of a severe nature. If
you recover from this your fortunate years
will be 1S07 and 1909. Tou are liable to be
disappointed three times in your love af
fairs, and to be happy should you be mar
ried' to a oerson born either In Taurus or
Virgo, having a well-set body, full face and
eyes, broad shoulders and curly hair."
Then comes the prophetic paragraph
printed at the beginning of this article. The
document continues at lengtn beyond this
point, narrating what kind of persona
Rlchey should avoid and telling what days
are propitious for the transaction of busi
ness, and Incidentally requesting a fee for a
longer ana more aetallcu horoscope
NEW YORK WILL ACCEPT GIFT.
So Declares Mayor Van Wyck
Mr. Carnegie's Remark.
New York, March 16. The unqualified
statement was ofilclally made Saturday by
.Controller Coler. as head of the Financial
Department of the city of New York, that
the city will at once accept the magnificent
offer of $5,200,000 for library buildings made
by Mr. Carnegie.
Upon his return from Albany Saturday
morning, the Controller went at once to tho
office of Mnyor Van Wyck. and, after a con
ference with the Mayor, eald:
"We have decided to accept the gift up
to the limit. We will go to work Immedi
ately, so that the city can officially accept
the gift at once."
Doctor John Shaw Billings, director of the
New York Public Library, through whom
Andrew Carnegie announced his Intention
of giving the city of New York $5,200,000 for
public buildings, said:
"When I made the estimate, Mr. Carnegie
asked me what the buildings would cost. I
figured It closely and told hln? I thought
It could be done for 31,000.000. Mr. Carnegie
shook his head again. 'No, no,' he said,
that won't do at all. I gave Pittsburg
$5.0CO.OO0, and New York Is much larger than
Pittsburg. I insist on giving at least five
"Will it not be necessary to invoke mu
nicipal legislation to get "places to build?"
he was asked.
"I hardly think so. If private individuals
choose to give us building lots It will not'be
necessary to appeal to the Aldermen. That
Is to my mind one of the minor details
which can easily be worked out once we
have accepted the gift and got down to
Mayor Van Wyck broke through his ordi
nary silence as to public Questions and con
sented to an interview. In which he declared
that the city wouia unaouDteaiy accept the
gift, no matter what obstacles would have
to bo overcome. He referred to Mr. Car
neeie as "the arandest product of the Nine
teenth Century. ""
.Wllh-Mr: Carnegie"-' rag girt:ana what It
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AH the latest Sprins Goofis
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Schulz's 23c large American Beauty A C
Hoses bud anil foliage !
TUB niG STORE 7tli & Franklin
will cost to the city to accept It, New York
City will have a permanent investment of
nearly $23,000,000 for HbralTJ-'fturposos. This
represents endowments' and real property,
together with books, about as follows:
Site of New York Public Library and li
brary building, when finished, J8.000.000; As
tor, Lenox and Tilden foundations, 6,000,000;'
Carnegio fund for sixty-live sites, J2,EOO,00Or
Brooklyn Public Library and books of con
solidated free libraries, $1,000,000.
ARKANSAS INSURANCE CASE.
iWidow of Dead Man Says He Was
Whether W. F. Skipper, a wealthy farmer
and merchant of Baxter, , Ark., was mur
dered or committed suicide, five years ago
is a question which, the Judges of the
United States Circuit Court of Appeals will
be called upon to decldo in handing down
their opinion in an Interesting life insur
ance case appealed from the United States
Circuit of the Eastern District of Arkan
sas. The case is that Mallss F. Skipper,
plaintiff, against the Union Central Life
Insurance Company Kan'dfNat' Williams. A
transcript of tho record of tho case, com
prising BOO pages of manuscript, was filed
in the Appellate Court Saturday. The
plaintiff sues for $10,000, which, she alleges.
Is due her on two Insurance policies Issued
to her husband, who, slio claims, was mur
dered in 1S96. The Insurance company sets
up the defense that Skipper committed sul
cldo within three yiai.s after the date of
the policy, and his widow Is, therefore, not
entitled to recover any of the Insurance.
The supposed muidcr of Skipper created
much excitement In Drew County, Arkan
sas. In July, 1S9C. Skipper wjs found dead
on the edge of a swamp with his throat
cut. In hl3 hand was found a bloody knife.
James Redd and Alexander Johnson, ne-
CTOes. wero arrostpil. rhnrirpil vlt Klrtri
per's murder. The negroes were tried twico'
in tne Circuit Court of Drew County and
were convicted both times. The case was
carried to the higher courts, which in both
instances reversed the decree of the Cir
cuit Court. Shortly after tho reversal of tho
second verdict a mob broke Into the Drew
County Jail and lynched Reed and Johnson.
OPEN CAUCUS OF POST A.
Travelers' Protective Association
Members of Post A, 'Travelers' Protective
Association, held an opon caucus Saturday
night at the Lindell Hotel for the purpose
of nominating officers nnd directors, and to
select delegates to attend the State Conven
Un. to he held at Kansas City In April.
The following were nominated: President
Louis Rosen. William C. Fritz and Joseph
Trauer; first vice president, William Fisher
second vice presidE-nt, A. J. HUdebrand; sec
retary and treasurer. Will B. Webber; di
rectorstwelve to ba elected Wilbur Gill
ham, H. W. Bishop, Frank Jl. Canter, Mau
rice Frankel, Charles H. Die.' John A. Fish
er. A. H. Iruetror'rn:iii- William nn,i
Charles S. O'Brien. G. H. Wetterau, Jr.
Jamea Fetherstowk. S. M. Magner, Herbert
Elder, James W. Jump, William. A. Mocll
man. William C. Fritz, J. H..Harsacks, P
F. Myers. Ernest Lucas. H. W. Tlnlrtln,- r?
J. Shackelford, William Rein. J. P. Blank
and F. B. Hull. Fifty delegates and alter
nates to attend the State Convention were
Balloting for the officers of Post A will
take place next Saturday at the T. P A
headquarters In the Chemical building. The
polls will bo open from 10 o'clock in the
morning to 5 o'clock in tho evening. The
result of the election will be announced at
the annual meeting of the post, to be held
next Saturday In Parlor "B" at the Lindell
"THE DRAMA IN EDUCATION."
W. H. McClain's Lecture Before
the Society of Pedagogy.
"The Dl" I" Education," a lecture by
Vv. H. McCIaln. was ono of the features
of the session of the Societv of Pedagogy
held Saturday morning In the High School
building. Mr. McCIain presented a stere
opticon lecture on Oberminergau and the
Passion Play, together with his Impressions
of the play. The session began at 9 o'clock,
lasting until noon, and during that time
twenty-three lectures were delivered by dif
ferent members of the society.
Much Interest centered In the lecture de
livered bv W. A. Godbey on "Desirable and
Undesirable Results In Teaching Mathe
matics." The following lectures were also
given: "Hume's Skepticism." by Doctor
William M. Bryant: "Christianity," by
Francls E. Cook: "Mineral and Soil," bv
Mrs. Fannie L. Lachmund; "Concentration,'
by Peter Heroz: "Experimental Demonstra
tionSimple Principles In Physics," oy
Stephen A. Douglas; an illustrated talk on
"The Lurolnants," by Miss Jennie A. Jones,
and "General Remarks on Chorus Singing
as Applied to the Work in the Public
Schools," by W.- H. Pommer.
Instructed for Jadge Rlclu.
Pana. 111., March 16. The Christian Coun
ty Democracy, Saturday, through their
Representatives, Instructed their' delegates
to vote for the Honorable" James B. Ricks
for Supreme Judge to succeed Jesse M.
Phillips, deceased. Christian County has
eleven delegates. -
Schulz's C5c Corsets,
blade white and QOn
drab, all sizes.... uilu
Schulz's tl and S1.50
K. & O. W. B.. War
ner6, H. 8c li. and
69c and 55c
Schulx's 25o Hem
fit Itched MuMln )n
Fchulz'a 73o tlmbrella
trimmed with lace or
Schuli' C5e embroidery
Infants" Vests. fkr.
Schulr'9 10c rlbbea
Schulz's So Children's
l(kc Table Knhos A
and Forks nlr
What a Plcnlo!
Sc Iron-Stone China
13e fancy decorated
uups and Saucers,
gold lined, each
Cjc galvanized iron
68c Bronze Iron Urak-
et JUamps. ".te.
with burner, cb'mney
S1.75 wood frames
ana ro- qa
flector. at 0C
15c fancy decorated
rubber rolls. ...M
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China Dinner Plates.
11.23 China Wash
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Complete with burn
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ANNUAL BANUQET OF
PIKE COUNTY COLONY,
Champ Clark and D. P. Dyer Were
the Special Orators at the
Congressman Champ Clark was the guest
of honor at the sixth annual banquet of the
Pike County Colony In SL Louis last night.
The Pikers filled the big banquet hall 'on the
top floor of the St. Nicholas Hotel almost to
overflowing. Pike County hospitality was
extended, and wit and humor flowed fast
and freely. The banquet was a most en
joyable affair and several Pike County
citizens, among them eld residentera. Jour
neyed to St. Louis to attend the event.
Champ Clark spoke in hta usual felicitous
style and ho kept the banqueters' funny
bones tingling. Colonel D. Pat Dyer, presi
dent of the colony, who acted as toastmas
ter for the evening, filled up tho humorous
programme whero Mr. Clark left off. Colonel
Dyer extended a cordial welcome to those
prcsant, and took occasion to refer to the
thousand and one things for which the
famous old Missouri county is noted.
Mr. Clark's subject was, "The United
States of America in the Twentieth Cen
tury." He started out with tho explanation
that although he was not born in Pike
jounty, ne got mere as soon as he could.
He took an optimistic view of the century
Just beginning, and predicted that the
united states wouia De at the head of the
procession in all things In the year 2000.
"We will havo a population of 2,000,000,000,
if wo do not annex the entire surface of the
globe. In which case we will be the whole
thing," said he. Continuing, ho declared tho
country would extend from the sunrise side
of Porto Rico to God Almighty knows
where, if the Philippines are counted In."
Isaac Horr spoke on the subject of the
The Reverend W. A. Meloan gave reml
nicenses of Pike County, and Colonel D. P.
Dyer finished the regular programme with
a response to the toast, "Missouri."
Tho banquet was an elaborate affair, and
was served In good time for the epechos
to begin early. Tho tables were covered
with ferns and bowls of roses were placed
down the center. Those present from Pike
County were: The Reverend Taylor Ber
nard, Judge Eugene Stark, John W. Mat
son, Ed Senteney. Bert Corlck. Ed A.
Glenn, W. A. Jordan. A. Pearson, H. V.
P. Block. E. C. Bright nnd Professor M. S.
Those present members of the Pike Coun
ty Colony and guests from tho city weret
Doctor A. P. Calvert, n. B. Carroll, Jr.,
E. A. Clifford
,1. u. Aicizinn'.
C. M. Goodman,
C. VT. Stnwart,
A. II. Bibb,
I'harlfs s. Eroailh-aJ,
.1. A. Dyer.
II. W. Adam.
J. G. Holllday.
S. T. Johnston.
F. A. Dursln,
A. F. strasburser,
E. E. Campbell,
O. F. Foster.
?.I. P. Hinqr,
II. M. Modlott.
J. W. JohCEon, '
W. E. VCIatt.
B. A. "Wilkes.
J. T. ratterson,
J. H. Patton.
Charlei IE. Carroll,
H. T. Stewart.
W. H. El!!-.
J. E. Carstarpnea.
J. If. PollacH.
"W. A. Long-,
U. E. McAllister,
M. A. Jorden.
Doctor W. G. Cook,
J. T. BIeej.
A. B. Ayera.
J. W. Bright.
T. B. Terry,
D. E. Williams,
Jerome F. Casey
Thoma- F. O'Brien,
E. D. Martin.
H. E Wood.
J. C Cartarphen.
Doctor "W. S. Wlatt,
W. G. Lettcrman.
Duncan C. Smith.
Doctor Charles Orr,
John O. Wll-on,
T. B. Harlan.
II. L. wart.
B. M. Paine.
P. B. Moore,
V. K. Alien,
C. W. Darby.
For Vlolntlna" Snnday Law.
Little Rock. Ark., March 16. The Pulaski
Grand Jury Saturday indicted the following
saloonkeepers for violating the Sunday
Ed Enlow, Morris Levy, Will Hoffman.
Fritz Berbig. Fleming Bros., Emlle Gloeck
ler, Fred'Hoffman, Bob Lawrence, William
Ferllng, E. B. Shock. Frank Baas. Good
Friend Midget, Henry Frick..Clty Alderman
Joe Smeltzer. Capitol Hotel bar, John Drees,
Joseph Tuchfeld, Lee Manning, Frank Sar
low, W. C. Stainer, Cal Mitchell. John B.
Harris. Joe Rossi, Joe Sarlow, Al Donnelly
and William Heibeck.
Iitne In Municipal Election.
Carlyle, III., March 16. The Jiltlzens of
Trenton will hold a mass"n!etinr next
1, Wednesday night and nominate a munici
pal uufiei. j.uis j ear mu teuLuru 133UU ui
the election will be whether or not the
.Issuance of a city license of $150 to saloons
selling only beer shall be discontinued, thus
compelling all to pay the regular license of
$500 per year.
Loan to Seaboard Air Line.
According to Information received In New
York it has been learned from authorita
tive sources that a syndicate of banking
houses has lent the Seaboard Air 'Line, or
rather the corporation originally known; in
financial circles as the Seaboard, tho sum
of $10,000,000. The Interest rate. It Is nrider
'stood, is to be 6 per cent; the security.
Seaboard 4 per cent bonds, at 55: tiedou-
fleur, gzaiwi-jv uuuu- w conunLsnon, tswi,.
WO par Taoio u oeaooara prut
Schulz's fl.00 laun
dered colored Dress
Shirts, with separate
cuffa and collars', and
tuffs to match,
:t for 91.0O, or
Schulz's Mc medium
heavy - weight derby
rlbbd fancy shirts or
drapers, Juit the thing
For a Song.
c Baby Shoes In tan,
red and buck, turn
15c Half Hose, 5e.
soles. lace and
M0 dozen fast
and full seamless sox,
plain and drop stitched:
, tan and
J2.00 Ladles' Shoes,
dongola kid, lace
KM Ladles' Shoes,
2cijuiz s price Jac;
Schulz's 74c Rockford
fOA. am cozen;
Q 1 fi
net Kid, vesting
Md tops, turn an 1Q
uexioie soles wi.iw
Schulz's 11. CO Men's
Schulz's 23c fancy
Satin Calf Laca and
tiow lies, lor
Pehulz'-s it SO Men's
lilack and Tan Vici Kid
Lace ei qc
Schulz's J3.50 and Jl.M
Mtn'3 niacli and Tan
Schulz's 2i- heavy
ends and draner
Calf and Vicl Kid
Schulz's 19c Boys'
Ice St.os. ?9 QR
Men's and Boys'.
Men's Stiff. Golf and
Tedora Hats, all the
new Spring colors.
Dunlap, Knox; Stetson
and Youman blocks,
S2.00 ti qc
Boys' and Children's
Golf. Eton nnd Tam
O' Shunters, assorted
Kc laluo "'
Men's Soft Hats. a
sorted shapes und col
ors, Roods worth Q7p
up to J1.00 '
Boys' and Men's Fe
dora Hats, steel, ma
ple, fawn, light and
dark brown and black,
regular 1I.X CC.
Schulz's Kc fancr
Linen Collars, Be.
Schulz's entire line
and loc standing
tum down C.
Schulz's 10e fancy bor
dered, plain or n.
fancy white w
Schulz's 20c plain
Hand- 7 iz -
Ladles' and Gents'
Umbrellas .... 98c
Schulz's KM Men's
and Ladles' Silk Mer
cerized Steal. QQs
rod Umbrellas .90G
Schulz's Jl.CO Ladles
Gloria Silk Steel-rod
Kid Gloves, 55c
Ladles and Misses' re
ular J1.W French Kid
Gloves. &claD or 4-
hook. in black, whits
ana an re.
colors .... . 036
BOY WITH RIFLE
Everitt Darrah, 12 Years Old,
Charged With Having Searched
Three Small Boys.
Three small boys, Eddie Murphy of No.
412S Castleman avenue and Hiram, and
Shackelford Phipps, brothers, living at No.
4162 Castleman avenue, say they were the
victims of a Juvenile footpad about noon
Everitt Darrah, 12 years old, who lives
with his parents at No. 4115 Blaine avenue,
was arrested and Is now held at the Sev
enth District Police Station, on the charge
of perpetrating the robbery.
Owing to the youth of the prisoner and
the fact that the police look upon hi3 ac
tions as a childish prank, there will prob
ably no prosecution.
The boys who were held up say that Dar
rah, armed with a rifle, met them on Sher
man boulevard near Shaw avenue, and com
manded them to give up all they had. They
say nc neia tno riue in one nana, wmie ne
searched their pockets with the other. The
only loser was Eddie Murphy, who says
Darrah took a knife from his pocket.
Tho police were notified, and Darrah was
arrested, with the rifle In his hand. When
taken Into the police station a knife found
on him was identified by Murphy. The lat
ter was positive in his assertion that Dar
rah was the boy who had robbed him. The
Phipps brothers corroborated Murphy's
The three boys Bay that Darrah did not
threaten them, but only Insisted that they
deliver to him what valuables they had.
The rifle was not loaded.
NOTES OF THE CITY.
DAMEN CHOP. ENTERTAINMENT An
entertainment and hop will be given by the
Damen Chor dor Fein Gemelnde at the
hall, Twentieth and Dodler streets, this
FATHER TUOHY SUED The American
Bonding and Trust Company filed an at
tachment suit yesterday against the Rev
erend Father John T. Tuohy for $1,700.
GUARDIAN APPOINTED Louis Whca-
lock was Saturday appointed guardian of
James McGauley, who was declared to be
of unsound mind in the Prcbate Court Fri
day. McGauIey's estate la Rtld to be worth
ILLINOIS SOCIETY SMOKER The Illi
nois Society will give a smoker on Tuesday.
March 19. at 8 p. m. at the Planters Hotel,
when J. Nick Perrln of Illinois will deliver
NONSECTARIAN CHURCH EUCHRE
A euchre will be given at No. 3024 Lucas
avenue on Tuesday evening. March 19. for
the benefit of the Ladies' Aid Society of the
Nonscctarln Church, Lindell boulevard and
SEEKING HER BROTHER Chief of
Police Kloly has received a letter from Mrs.
R. Freis of Cincinnati, asking that the po
lice locate her brother, Frank Enger, who
disappeared from home February 3.
SINGERS EUCHER AND HOP The
singing section of Humboldt Turnvereln
will give its annual eucher and hop at their
hall, No. saw Gaston avenue, on March 2.
1901. The first prlzo for men will be a gold
watch, and a tea set Is to be given to the
HANNAUER SUES STUEVER Josoph
W. Hannauer filed suit Saturday against
Anton C. Stuever for $2,500 damages, alleg
ing that Stuever assaulted him February 11
lsnt. Hannauer states that he was a chal
lenger In the First District of the Twelfth
Ward at the primary election, when the
TO SPEAK IN BOSTON The Boston So
ciety of Civil Engineers has Invited Mr. J.
R. Ockerson, member or the Mississippi
River Commission, to deliver an address at
the annual meeting, held in Boston on
Wednesday. March 20. He will depart for
that city Monday, and will then deliver an
address to the ergineerlng class of Cornell
University on March 22.
WAGON AND COAL STOLEN-Oscar
Barrow of Old Orchard. St. Louis County,
left a team of hor-es attached to a wagon
loaded with coal at the corner of Sarah
street and Manchester avenue yesterday
morning while he want into a saloon. When
he came out the wagon was gone. The po
lice have been notified.
ALTENHEIM EUCHRE A euchre party
will be given Friday afternoon ah Lamp's
Park Hair; corner of Thirteenth and Utah
streets, for the benefit of the St. Louix
Altenhelm. The games will begin at 3
o'clock, and a number of costly prizes will
be distributed among the winners. A guess
ing contest has been arranged for those
not taking part in the games.
TWO HORSES BURNED A row of
frame sheds and stables In the rear at Nea.
JCOt-ae-lS-E Lawton avu.ua -ran de
A QUARTER SATSQ.
In Black and Blue
Thibtts and Chev
conslstlni- of coat,
pants and Test, finest.
of Clays, facrgei, Dl
some silk and Sail a
faced, at "
Lonir Pasts Con.
firraatlon Suits. Blue
and Black Thlbcts.
Clays, etc., at
Nob b r All- wool
Sailor and Russian
Bloune Suits, plain
Knee Pants, 12c.
and nobby effects
regular W.0U aud
-.oo po on
value 'J. 03
Schulz's Sic On
Knee Pants LV
Knee Pants 10a
Pehulz's Jl.CO . OOn
Knee Pants UUb
Boys' Waists, 10c.
Schulz's Vc If).
Boys Waists.... IUI
Schulz's 75c OQn
Schulz e JL00 J7n
BLACK AND BLUE
Men's All-Wool Clay
Diagonals and erge
Suits, blue and black.
regular IliOOrC QC
Men's Pants, 79c.
Schulz's 31.50 7fU
Tan CorsrtJ and
Men's Pants .... 13b
Schulz's 3 M Qfl
Men's Paate.-ijli OU
Schulz's U and 15
Men's CO CO
Pants... wtt Uw
Schulz's K and S7
H TAILORING CO.,
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DR. BENNETT Electric Belt Co.,
120 Rookery Building. Kansas City, Mow
stroyed by fire at 4 o'clock yesterday morn
ing. Two horses belonging- to J. A. Jones
of No. 32S Lawton avenue, were burned to
death. The total Ios Is estimated at $600
fully covered by insurance. The cause of
UlO 111C la UWb JVJ114KU. ..
WILL OF LOUIS GRUND-The will of
Louis Grand was filed for probate Satur
day. He left to his son, Louis. $3: to his
son, .EdJTard "!?r Foia, watcn and chnin:
and to his son. Valentine, his gold-headed
cane, which he had lnhrtt,i r- ,,-
father, and his diamond stud. To his wife
Catharina. he left one-half of the rest of
his estate, the remainder to be divided In
equal parts among his daughters. Bertha
Anslln--er and Tillle Rose, and his sons.
Edw.ird and Valentine. The will was ex
ecuted February 14. 1S0L was eX
SHOT IN THE THUMB-John Burns, an
Ironworker, living at No. 3619 North eipv
enth street, was shot in the left TuSmi Tlolt
nI.e5t nJheceIVlng'xaPamf ul wound. Buras!
with Thomas Reilly of No. 206 Douglas
IS25. aTT?mfS,.DJumiP. a. r?nBthe
Drummond. Burns succeeded lrTacifylhs
the men and they all left the safoon. At
the corner of Broadway and Cornelia itrwt
hostilities were renewed." R?illy "rew a m
and threatened to shoot Draomrai Burns
Interfered and In some manner the irevolver
was discharged, Reilly claims, accldtally.
Fire Destroys Farm Rila
REPUBLIC special. esiaenee.
Jerseyville, Rl., March 16. The farm resi
dence of Wl C Bell.lilne' miles soSheaif
of this place, was destroyed byrefu?.
day morning, caused by a defectlveffli
CASTOR I A
lor Infants and Children.
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