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THE REPUBLIC TUESDAY. JUNE '4rl901.
FOR KILLING HUSBAND
WHO DISCARDED HER
Mis. I.iilu Princo-Kennody on Tri.i!
for Shooting Philip II.
Kn'W City, Mo. June 3. Everything Is
read to begin the work of securing h jury
to tr Mrs. lailu Prince-Kennedy for the
murder of her husVtnd
There seemed to be a regular rush Jo get
on the Jury, a mme ccntrarj to nil expecta
tion. Within elsht hours of calling the cae
In the Criminal Court, the requisite fortj
seven talesmen from mliom to select twelve
men were accepted.
It was supposed. een after court opened.
th entire list woull be exhausted before
fortj -seven filcmen could be found, but
by the time the nlnetj -Ixtli tame hail been
reached the number was completed.
Under these circumstances, the case
should have begun In earnest to-morron.
but Judge Wofford, the trial Julgo. had
previously dismissed all witnesses until
noon on Wednesday.
Koth sides claim to huve glined bj reason
cf finding so many vnuiig mimed men
ninonc the talesmen. The Prosecuting At
tornei argues that joung men will dl
countenance such a life as the State asserts
It will be able to prove Jlrs. Kennedy led
On the other hand. Mrs Kennedy herself
rejoice? that --ho lias joun; men to apreal
to for svmpntlij.
So many have joung wives of their own
to protect." she siid to her attorney. Out
of the fortj-scven talesmen the State will
be allowed to reject fifteen and the defence
twenty. The remaining twehe will try the
History of the Traijedy.
Mrs. Kennedy doe" not deny the killing.
There will lie no attempt to plead clf-de-
fene, as wltresee-, will testify that the
murdered min made no moe to defend hU
own life, much le-s to assault his wife.
Mrs. Kennedy his admitted that she took
the life of her husband because, as she says,
he had first letravsl her. then, after mar
rvtng her, had deerted her.
It is a fact that Kennedy within a fw
weeks after their marriage brought suit to
have the marriage annulled on the grounds
A few dis after filing thLs suit he met
his death at her hands. he hiving callel
him from bis offlce Into a hill, where sne
fired several bullets Into his bod.
Kennedy's brother tried to 's-irm the
woman and while doing so was struck down
b milium Prince The l.itter" presence
In the building and the movements of the
other Princes that d ly led to their arrest
on charges of lielng accomplices- In a con
spiracy to kill Kennedy.
Household Roods of nil kinds are
nthertised in to-day's Republic
iYant Pa Res.
COUPLE ARRESTED IN A STORE.
Shopper Caused Detention of Mr.
and Mis. Morgan.
William -51. Morpan and his wife, Nellie
Morgan, living at No. 1515 Washington ave
nue, were arrested at 5 o'clock yestenlav
afternoon in the basement of a department
store, and are held at the Four Courts for
Tho couple were arrcVed at the Instance
of Mrs. Annie Kannapell. living at No.
E3S3 Iteber place, who informed some cliks
In the store that "be saw Morgan acting
suspiciously. As Mrs. Kannapell gave the
alarm, she struck Morgan acres the head
with an umbrella. An officer was called,
ard Morgan and his wife were taken In
custod). The arrest caused much excite
ment In tho basement of the store, which
was filled with shoppers.
Morgan and his wife say they committed
no offense. They ay they came hero from
Peoria. Ill, about three weeks ago. A te
olver was found on th Poor near where
Morgan was standing, but he claims It
did not belong to him.
FATALLY STRICKEN AT DINNER.
Priests Administer Extreme Unc
tion lo Woman at Sliein's.
New York, June S. Stricken while dining
with a. party of friends on Sundav night in
Fherrj's fashionable retaurant. where the
sacrament of extreme unction was adminis
tered b a priest. Mr. Matilda It. Brown
died this morning at her home. No. S31 Madi
son avenue, from apoplexj. She was W
ear old and the widow of Martin II.
Irr.-vn. former! head of a large printlng-
houre which still bears the name, who had.
If ft her a lortune. The stroke came with
out warning. Messengers were dlsp itched
for her naughter. Mrs. Oeorge A. Saportas.
a priet and ,i phvlci-in, but Mrs. Ilronn '
expired bclore an but the priest could ,
leach her side. . j
Coroner Armstrong of St. I.ous Conn-
t h"ld an Inquest veterdij over the body
or Peter Skowe. who blew tiff the top ot
Ms head with a shotgun at Webster Groves
Sundav night. The Jury n turned a verdict I
of suicide. '
Auction Sale, Saturdsv. Jane Sth lancotn
Trust Co. Sam T. lUlh-Il It. E. Co, 21S Ualn
FIRE ALARM BOX KEYS
Office of Commissioner of Supplies,
Cit Hall. June i. 1901.
Sealed proposals will be received hv the
undersigned, to be opened at his office at II
o'clock m. on
FRIDAY. NEXT. 7TH INST.,
for furnishing the fire alarm telegraph with
Mo fire alarm box keys, as per sample and
Call at Commissioner of Supplies for
Hanks and other Information.
Bids must be In duplicate, free from al
teration or erasure, and to both the orig
inal and duplicate must be attached a copy
of this advertisement.
All bids having any alteration or erasure
thereon will be rejected.
The Commissioner reserves the right to
reject any and all bids
J FRED'C MEIER.
Commissioner of Supplies.
JOEL SWOPE, WELL-KNOWN
MERCHANT, DIES SUDDENLY.
Joel Swope, the well-known retail shoe
dealer, died suddenly at his home, .No.
2 West Pine boulevard, yesterday morn
ing. Mr. Swope had been failing In health for
some time, but attached no Importance to
the fact. lie had been quite well Sundav.
Shortly after 9 oVloik jcstenli morning
he complained of falntness. His wife ml
vised him to He down, and he went to his
bedroom to do so.
When Mr. Swope entered the room a
few momenta later tthe found her IniOunl
Ivlng acros the bed. unable lo speik. He
soon lecame unconscious, and died half an
hour liter. Just as phslclans arrived, ile
leives a widow and two children. i;eil re
spective! 11 and 17 vears.
Mr. Swope was born In Germ inv ixtv
flv jcirsago. He c-ime to America In the
early fifties and settled shortly afterwards
in St. Iiui. He became Interested In the
shoe buIn.s ami finally hetame the head
cf the large retail shoe firm of Joel Swope
.c. l!ro. In which iiosltlon he continued up lo
the time of his death. lie had a wide ac
quaintance throughout the I'niled States
and had traveled extensivil). The funeral
CHINAMAN KILLS HIMSELF
AFTER LOSING HIS SAVINGS.
l.uin .Toe the First of ITis Race to
Commit Suicide in St. Iiuis
Lum Oiitducted a Laun
dry nt Sparta, III.
USUALLY LUCKY AT GAMBLING.
I.um Joe. an Americanized Chinese, who
had cut off his queue and wore clothes of
American manufacture, killed himself In
Hop Alley jestcrday morning. He was the
tlrst Chinese to commit suicide In St. IiuIs.
I.um Joe plaed at tards all Saturday
night and Sundav and' lost $109, practically
all the money he had been able to sav e since
he left Ms native land. While ling In bed
In a. house kept by Mamie Gljnn. In the
rear of No. 710 Market street, he drew a- re
olver from under his pillow and fired a
bullet into his breast.
Mamie Glynn and Lillie May. white wom
en, were In the room at the time. The shot
did not cause Instant death, and Lum Joe
attempted to fire again, but was restrained
by the women. Tho two women and Joe
Sing, a roomtr In the Glynn woman's house,
were arrested and taken to the Four Courts"
to be held, pending the Coroner's Inquest
to-day. Joe Sing savs ho knows nothing
about the suicide.
Lorn Joe owned a laundry in Sparta. III.
It was his custom to come to St. Lyiuls
ever" Saturday night and remain In China
town over Sunday. He gambled regularly
and. accordlrg to his friends, generally won.
Last Saturday he brought about WW. ex
pecting to "make a killing." He sat at the
table until he had only 2 left. Yesterday
DEATH OF WOMAN IN WHOSE HOME
FATHER RYAN WROTE FAMOUS-POEM.
Mrs. Margaret Agnes Sedgwick
of the Poet-Priest, Pass
Kroxvllle. Tenn.. June 2. Tlie woman In
whoso house Father A. J. It an wrote hla
famous poem. "The Conquered Wanner."
died here to-day.
She was Mrsi Margaret Agnes Sedgwick.
ard was iS, years old. She was a great-
friend of the poet-pr!et of the Confed
eracy, and he was often a guest at her
On the night when the news came of tho
fall of Richmond Father Ryan was at her
house. She often told the story of his In
tense sadness at the news news which, al
though expected, was none the less grief
laden when It came. The beloved priest's
sctrcw was written In the deep lines of his
face, rr.d was record"d In the mournful
tcnes of his voice.
Then for awhile he s.-t In silence. Us
read bowed. With a sigh he went to his
portmanteau, took from It paper, jicn and
Ink, and before he slept he had written:
TI1K COtQlERED BA!t.ER.
FurJ that banner, for 'tis weary:
Round Its stiff 'tis drooping dreao :
Furl, fold it. It Is best:
For there's not a rrau to wave It.
And there's not a sword to save It.
And there's not one left to lave It
In the blood which heroes gave It:
And its foes now scorn and brave It:
Furl It. hide It Ut it rest.
Take that banner down, 'tis tattered!
Ilroken in its shaft and shattered.
And the valiant host are scattered.
Over whom it floated high.
Oh. 'tis hard for us to fold It:
"ANNA" AND "MATTY"
Pretty Chicago Girl Pronounced
Funeral Oration Over Shurt-
Ieff Sophomores' Books.
Mis Kthel Hayres. a pretty Chicago
girl, who Is a sophomore at Shurtleff Col
lege In tpp.r Alton, proncunced a funeral
.ration over "Anna" and "Matty" In the
presence of about a thoiismd spectators
on the college campus li.st night.
""Anna" ard "Mattj" ere the students'
names for .ir.il tics and mathematical as
tronomy. Practical'- all the students, be
ldes men citizens, were Interested wit
nesses of the odd ceremon.
As the audience was leaving the Baptist
Church. In which the oratorical contest of
the junior class was given last night, the
people met a procession of twent-flve stu
dents. Including both bojs and girls, each
Htlired in a Ions robe. The tolling of the
college bell greeted tljelr ears.
The attention of the crowd was attracted,
the sophomores wheeled about and marched
back to the campus, where they were fol
lowed by a curious crowd, the Juniors in
cluded. At the men's dormitory.to which the
sophomores, chanting a funeral dirge, led
the way. a bier was brought forth. On It lay
two text-books. Stalwart students grasped
the bler.and again, as the college bell tolled,
the sophs chanted their dirge and the odd
funeral cortege made its way to the south
east corner of the campus, where a newly
excavated grave was waiting to receive
"Anna" and "Matty."
The Juniors were Interested spectators,
and from their ranks could be heard, as
Miss Hanes. in sepulchral tones, pro
nounced the last words over the two books.
"Poor Anna," "Poor Matty."
The crowd took up the spirit of the
strange proceeding and. while the pretty
sophomore was delivering her oration at
the grave, perfect quietude reigned. Serv
ices over, the students wended their way to
the college dormitories and the crowd went
home. No effort on the part ot the faculty
was made to stop the funeral.
EASY FOR WOULD-BeTlAWYEBS.
Questions of Examiners Offered to
Them in Advance.
and Bert M.
O., June 1 Clay M. Runyan
Steele were arrested this after
Senior iiieinlx r of the llrm of Joel Swupe
l!ro , who dusl suddml ttt-rda
arrangement vv.ll not be made until after
the a-rivaS of Mi. Swupe's riJlives from
i The first Chinese to commit suicide In
i St. I.us.
morning he told tho May woman he was
going to return to Spina, raise n little
more more), and come back to retrieve his
fortune. A few minutes afterwards, while
I.llllo M.i's luck was turned, he (lred tho
An ambulinte ronveved h'm to the City
Disiiensjry. whfre he died on the operating
table. His lsJv was eonveed to the
morgue. I.um Joe has a brother and a wife
living In China He was 25 jcars old and
well liked In the alle).
of Knoxville. Temi., a Close Friend
Away at the Age of 70 Years.
Hard to think there's none to hold It:
Hard that those that once unrolled It
Now must furl It with a sigh.
Furl that banni r furl It sadly
Once ten thousand hilled It gtailly
And ten thousand wildly, mull).
Swore It should forever wave
8wore that foeman's swerd should never
Hearts like theirs entwined dlsever.
'Till thit flag should Unit forever
O'er their freedom or their grave!
Furl It! for the hinds that grasp It.
And the hearts that clasped It,
Cold and dead are llng low;
And that lunncr It is trailing!
While around It sounds the walling
Of Its people In th.!r woe.
For though conquered, they adore It!
Ixive the cold dead hands that bore It!
Weep for those who fell before It!
Pinion thot-e who trailed and tore It!
But. oh! wildly they deplore It,
Now. who furl and fold It so.
Furl that banner! True, 'tis gory.
Tet 'tis wreithf around with glory.
And "twill live 1.1 snng nnd btory
Though Its foils .ire In the dust:
For Us tMnc on brightest pages.
Penned by poets and b sage.
Shall go sounding down the ages
Furl Its folds though now wo must.
Furl that Innner. softlv. slowly;
Treat It gentl It Is holy.
For It droops nliove the deid
Touch It not unfold It never
Let It droop there furled forrvc"
For Its people's hopeH nre dead!
Abram T. Ryan.
noon nt the Instigation of the Attorney
Oeneral and taken befce the Supreme
Court for alleged contempt, Tho men are
accuseil of having secured copies of the
questions that hid been prepired for the
Stite bir examinations to be held to-morrow
and having offered to set them to stu
dents at tbe I'nlverslly of Michigan. Uni
versity of Clnclnmtl. Western Reserve Uni
versity nnd Ada Norm il School.
A new set of examination questions has
been prepired for the eliminations to
morrow, which will be taken by a class of
GBEAT STEAMER BACE TO-DAY.
Liners on the Great Lakes Entered
in the Contest.
Cleveland,. O . June 3 The much-talked-of
race between tho steamers Tashmoo of
Detroit and the city of Hrie of thecleve
land and Buffalo Ltn which will occur to
morrow on l-ike Krle. has excited the
greatest Interest In all like cities.
The contest Is the result of good-natured
chaffing letween the representatives of the
White Star Une, owners of the TSshmco.
and the Cleveland and Buffalo Transit Cum
panv. owners of the City of Krle. Stakes
of MOW a sloe were posted Iat wlntet.
Betting on the nice has been spirited, big
rums having been ported hero and in De
troit. In this olt odds of 5 lo 3 on the
Erie hive leen offered, while man bets
at even mon"' have been lild.
In IVetrolt it Is the other way. The Tash
moo Is regarded there as the swiftest vessel
on the lakrn or rivers, and marine men are
willing to luuk her for unlimited amounts.
Two big steamers will follow the racers
from this city and both tho Tashmoo and
the Erie will carry passengers. Tugs and
steamers will go out from ull the ports
along the course.
ncllgioii Loalnc (.ronnd.
The country Is becoming sulfated ovr Its re
litlon. Periodically some cn arles and declares
that rellKlon Is dfcaslng. Tills results In count
less discussion until the acltaMon runs Its course.
nd still religion flourishes. It alsaj-s will, for It
Is fomelhlng th worl I needs It Is only tiseles.
tMrues that deterlont and disappear. One of the
finest recommendations, of Hostellers Stcmich
Blt'ers. the great Anvrlcan stomach strength
ener. lies In the fact that It ha. lived for flfty
years In spite of hundreds of Imitations, and
Is renowned throughout Am"rlca for Us core
of constipation. Oispepsia. blllovunesa. nervous
ness, fever and etue. malaria, liver and kidney
troubles. It makes a person hunsy, and then
! to It that the llfe-iclvlns elements ct the
food are assimilated with the blood. It Is nature s
greatest aid. and there Is nothing "Jut as
good" See that a Private Revenue sump rovers
the neck of tt bottle.
1 1 T i
ST. LOUIS SYRIAN COLONY
HAS DISTINGUISHED GUEST.
MonsiRnor Stephan, Envoy of Hf.nl
of Syrio-Maronite Chiinli,
IIopeB to See Sanctu.irx
IS AN AUTHORITY ON RHETORIC.
The S.vriin colony of St. l-ul has as lis
Miest the er Heverend Mgr. Kh ilrall ill
Stephan. Clienveqiie mid Patriarchal l)t le
gate of the Syrlo-M imnite Cliurth to the
I 'lilted States. Mgr. Stephm Is llnK .ntir
lalmd at the home of his cousin, C T.
Sihwan. of No. 171 South Third rtns t Ills
vi-lt to Si I.oul Is on llullle ionn-tisl
with the Maronlte Church, but hi is using
the occasion to thoroughly -tud lomlitlons
of American sotlety and Mie tuMimis of the
Mgr. Stfihan's ortke In tin. .Manmlte
Church corresponds to tint of Cardliiil
Martlnelli In the Catholic Chiinli. lie is the
envoy of Mgr. Hoyek, Maronlte Pattiinh
of Antloch. and he id of the Sjrlo-Maronlte
Cliurth. Mgr. Htephan's mission In Aim rim
Is to adjust knotty jwlnts of rellgluii. fix.
Ixiundarles of parlshf. meillnte letweeii
tongregstlons and tlnlr pastor, and ts-ttle
numerous other questions whlili would oth
trwiso have to be referred to the Patrtirch.
In St. litds the Svrtan idiiny Include-
more than &0 soulc. The Chun h of St An
thony of the l)srl. which Is pnM,-1 over
by the Keverend Father Gisirge Km.iiiuil.
is the only Svrlan i hurrh hrr. The edltiie
is simply a dwelling-house, but It Is the
hoi- of the palrlan lial delegate to furmu
lite plans for a new i lmr h liefore leaving
St. Iiuls He hi done nothing in this di
rection as et. his time lielng taken uji with
routine niHtterH and visits to the local Calh
ollc clergv and mi mber of tin tolon)
The Sv rlo-Maronlte Chun h date, from the
Sixth Ctnlur.v. It ncknowlislres the luidr
khlp of the Pope and Is.it In standird of or
thodox, but still ret ilns sundr picullar
rrlvilcges. Among these Is the us- of an
tient Srlc In Its services. .Mi matters of
moment nre referred to the patriarch. vvhoc
seat Is In Hecherche and Lilmon, Mount
Ibanun. Sria, Instead ot to Home. If the
matter Is of sufficient Importance, the pa
triarch confers with Home Ik fore passing
Mgr. Stephan Is one of the lights of tho
Maronlte ihurcli. the entire hierarchy of
which Is composed of tcholars. He presents,
n splendid sppearance. being n t)e. ,,riin
of life and of splindld stature. He Is over
6 feet tall and weighs Si pounds. His face
! marked with lines of Intelligence and
deep thought. His forehead Is high and
classic, and he wears the long. Mowing
beard common to Oriental dlgnltarieo
The clan from which he comes Is one of
the mon ancient and powerful In Mount
Lebanon. It dates back to the Thirteenth
Century. At the present time It numbers
EXCISE COMMISSIONER'S CLERK-Ex-clse
Commissioner Seibert s.esterda ap
pointed Joseph J. Hoekner clerk.
RECEIVER APPOINTED Edgir A.
Mepham was appointed receiver of the Cen
tur Manufacturing Company by Judge
Zachrltz esterday under Loud of $1,000.
CONFEDERATE HOME MEETING A
meeting of the stockholders of the Confed
erate Home Incorporation of Missouri will
bo held at the Laclede Hotel to-day at 1"
o'clock a. m.
HOTELMAN DEPARTSAssLtant Mana
ger John C Knapp of the Planters) Hotel
departed last night fur Mackinac Island.
Mich . where he will prepare for the opening
of the Grand Hotel. Jul 1.
ADMITTED AS PENSIONERS Tho
Board of Trusteos of the Firemen's Pen
sion Fund yesterday admitted William M.
Caw. formerly watchman In No. 6 engine
house, and the widow of August Wlesa to
the pension roll.
BARBERS AHRESTED-R. H. Elrod.
Emll Kuhn.' Edward W. Twehouse and John
H. Twihouse, barbers, at No. t21 Market
street, are charged In a warrant issued es
terda with failure to procure a State bar
ber license from the Board of Examiner.
FIRST CAR OF NEW HAY Tho first car
of new hay of the crop of 1501 was received
esterdiy by Lungenberg Bros, from J.
W. Allison of Afton. I. T. It was pralrl
hay of good quality and was sold ut auction
by J. P. Carr to James F. Qulnlivin &. Bro.
KATIE CARR IN llSTODY Katie Cirr.
lri ears old. of No. Ull North Tenth street,
who broke opm her mother's! trunk list
Monday and took JK. Is In the custody of tho
police. Her mother wants to send her to tho
House of the Good Shepherd. Katie was in
the House of Refuge once, but escaped.
DIVORCE 8UIT DISMISSED Tho divorce
suit of James F. Cole against Kittle E.
Coyle was dismissed esterday by Judge
Z&chrltz at the request of the plaintiff's at
torney. The Coiles were married In Linn
County. Iowa. April 3. PTK. and lived to
gether until March, l&i He charged deser
tion. THEIR ANNUAL PICNIC The annuil
picnic of the Sbepard-Monroe Schools' Pa
trons' Association will be given at Lemps
I'ark Hall next Friday. June . Officers or
the association In charge of the event are
Herman Mautch. presldtnt: R. S. Vltt. -vice
president: Louis Peterson, secretarj. and
Matt J. Kredell. treasurer.
DECISION FAVORS PECKS Prolnte
Judge Henderson ye-terday overruled the
motions of Randolph I.aughlln and his
father, former Judge llenrv D. I.aughlln, to
have Stephen Feck, and John A. Peck re
moved as executors of the estate of their
father. Charles II. Peck, the lite million
aire. The ruling sustains the management
ot the estate.
DENTAL SOCIETT'S LAST MEBT1NG
The last regular meeting for this season of
the St. Iuis Dental Society will bo held
at the Lindell Hotel this evening. Impor
tant business will be transacted and the date
of a special meeting, where dentists from
the Trl-State Dental Meeting at Indiana
polls will be present, will be decided.
INCORPORATED-The reramlte Seal
Company, having a capital of .000. divided
Into S3 shares of W0 eich. filed articles of
Incorporation jeslerday with Recorder of
Deeds Hahn. Sam Laxarus holds i shares.
John T. Woodruff S. F. II. Hamilton S3. C.
II. BcgS S. H- T. Hm3Uy . t,-,hlz,'
Patrick S. Louis A. Brown 3 and J. H.
WOODMEN'S EXCURSION-The Wood
men of the World of St- luls will gle nil
excursion to Rolla. Mo. next Sundav. when
the monument to Sergeant W. . R. Elliott
will 1 unveiled. Sergeant Llllott was a.
member of Botanical Camp. The ijsclal
train besrlng the excursion will tawln on
Station at J0 a. m. and will start on the
return trip at 7-10 p. m.
KNOCKED DOWN BY HORSE-Charlcs
McGlll. 9 vrars old. living with hlsKirents
at No. 1512 North Eleventh street, was
knocked down by a horse esterday after
noon at Ninth and Warren street.. The
buggy ptssed over his chest and he sus
tained Internal Injuries. The buggy was
driven by Henry Caus, Jr.. of No. 3725
North Ninth street.
PARADE ASSOCIATION MEET8-At the
meeting or the Fourth of July Celebration
Association, at Bowman's Hall last night, it
was announced that both Governor Dockery,
with his staff, and Governor 'Vates of Illi
nois, with his staff, would 1 In the parade
the afternoon, or July 4. when It Is expected
that .0ttt men will be In line- A benefit
performance will be given the association at
Ftorcst Parte Highlands Friday night.
BIBLE SCHOOL CONVENTION The
Missouri Christian Bible School will hold Its
twenty-sixth annual convention at Sedalla.
Ma . June 10 .to 13. Among the speakers
will be the following St. Louis pastors: The '
Reverend James McAllister. W. Daviess j
Plttman. the Reverend F. G. Tyrrell, tbe I
Reverend E. T. McFarland. the Reverend I
Doctor J. H. Garrison, editor of the Chris
Uoa Evangelist, and W. H. McClaln. The
j la .he City. f
m KBFR1 vSa! i - yrvF'MliB
MoNSKSNOi: KHAIKAI.LAH STEPHAN.
Chtrneqiif ami Maronlte Patriarch il Dele
gate to the United St ites.
Si.0 families, including more than l.t mem
bers The ity owning the elin Is Goiista.
Mount Lebtiion. It s the Isiast of this clan
th it It his furnished more Bishops and
patriarchs than anv in S)rii
Gousti. the birtliplice or M.tr. Stephan. Is
Ui Mat of tin. prlitciiul colli g of ! irnlna;
of the .Maronlte ihiirih This institution
was stabli'-bed several rtnturl.s ago. and
U In ii measure the prm-ogamta of the Srlo
Mimnlte Chtinh The olmrtist regular
iuurs. uf stud txtiuds over tin it. und
lm h'dts all the bra m hes taught in Western
ciilltgts. IjeMld s an i tend-il course In
Orient il phllosuphv The colli g.- own vast
pri.pi rt. and ml tuition I- free
Mtr Mtphan was i student nt this col
li ge Horn 1873 tu liM. and wis ordalni-d to
the Maronlti prUM'tond In the latter ear.
For two i.irs after his orilln itloii he held
the clialror Arabic phlloopli at theUoust.i
lollege In thit time he wrote ""Vi ral works
on rhetoric which have lno- l-iime text
Wks. lib, first alignment hi religious work
was in Jerusalem. He wa cm to that
rltv- on a ililicate mission In 1.0. and jier
tormul his duties with ruch skill that hn
vva& detiliKd there until l'l In thit ear
he was snt as Partrlirehlal lehgate to
Amirlca. with headquarters at New York.
Mgr. Stiilnn l well ph isM with what
he has found In Amerlc-i. He estlnntes the
numlsr of Miro-iitos In this country at be
tween f).(i and TV)- Tlie emigration of
that sect fimmenced In 1S5". when the op
pression cf the Turkish Government lierame
to great that It was almost lmposlble for
the CrriMl.ins of Svrla to live. Thev were
forbid! n to work their mln.s or cultivate
the soil. xcMt under suiervLlon of Gov
ernment oniciai. in in i piuce iiivy wtrru
nn, n11..n..l I., n ..p-l.l. In iholr m. n tistllaf
'"' ""'u ...-. ... -.. " - -
St. I.onln delegaUs propoe chartering a cir
for the occasion.
ISKSIDKNTS rOMPUIN-A dozen com
plainants appeared liefore the Uoird of
Health estenliy afternoon and requestct
that the Superior Press lirlck Company
works, or tlie method of opi ration, be de
elaretl a nuKince. The romp in) 's plant Is
loctiil In the nar of Portls avenue, be
tween Arwml street and Scant in avenue.
Tlie complalmnts declare that tho system
of transferring earth by wagon circulates
dust In the viclnlt). thus creating a nui
sance. The board deferred Its decision.
SVAI.IXVKI) CAKIIOIJC ACID-Mrs.
Johanni Angermuetler. i9 jears old. living
at No. I31b Ge)er avenue, died ut 730 o'clock
1 it night from the effects of carbolic acid.
Shortly after ' o'cloik Mrs. Klsie Reln
bardt. a d lushter of .Mrs. Angermutller.
who lives upstairs at th same numtier.
heard Fiimi on groaning downstairs. When
she entered her mother's n".irtments she
found h r unconscious. She summoned
noctors Von der Ahe nnd Hclnder. who
found tho woman suffering from the effects
of carbolic acid. The woman's slomicn
was siphoned, but all efforts to revive her
ERAGCIKP IJV A MI'I.R-Ji'mn Lehmin,
the ;-) ear-old son of Roid Overseer Gisjrge
lehmin of Valley I'ark. was seriously in
jured In a runaway t-ituniay afternoon.
lie wns driving a, team of mules and lead
ing another ncir the l'rlsco Railroad De
lot In Vnllev Park, when the led mule
tiecame frightened and tried lo break away.
Tho mule jerked lliman off his seat to
tho ground, liefore he could get hick In
the wagon the other mules Iiecame fright
ened nnd started to rua. With rne hand
l.ehiran In Id en to th lines and w'th tho
other to the ropy h liter -jilth which he
wis. leiding the third mule, mul was
draggiil several hundred j arils In fore the
team wan stopped. Three of the lingers
on his left hind were broken, and he also
tuffered severe contusions about the head
Chief of I'ollie Gillaspy yesterday repiirtVt
the following s-iloonkecpersi for keeping thetr
places oien nnd selllrg liquor after 1 o'clock
in the morning: Thomas Collins, No. SJ5
Manchester avenue: Stephen O'DonnclI. No.
Htf) line street; Piul Angelo. No. T3 North
Sixth street: I-ouls Theb). No. SKS Easton
avenue: Ch tries Minkel. No. 1712 North
Fourteenth Mrcet: Henry Koch. No. W
North Nlneleinth street; MaxC Anschuetz,
No. SS South Grind nvenue: Ilenjamln 11.
Stoeckel. No. 1I l'ountain avenue; John
Connor. No. 335 Katon avenue; William II.
Connor. No. " Knnklln avenue; Dennis
Cummlngs. No 33K' Franklin avenue; Wil
li im Grimm. No. 1S17 Fmnkiin avenue; Cor
coran Pros. No. Kill Kaston avenue: Joo
niank. No. Z!a Arsenil street: Tliomas II.
fcchidtz. No. i-SiU Grivols avenue.
IN THE COUNTY.
Marriage licenses were Issued in CIi)
ton yesterday to Falward P. Ilrjan. Jr..
nnd Kllu W. llreford of Jennings: Charles
It Rv.in and Maud Forlotlng of St. 1.1uts
and William G. Noll iu of Sipplngton ami
Mary Hardccke of St. Charles. A license
was refused Alfred James and Utta Young
of St. Ixiuls on account of the age of the
Attorney B C. Slevln of St. Iuis jes
tenlav akeil ll"nt the ptltlon for :i dram
shop llctnse llleil by Rugene Gjerre tie
held up until next Mnnda). when, he said,
he would file n remonstrance. Mr. Guerre
wantp to open a saloon In Normandy,
where Mr. Slevln and a number of other
St. Iiuls business men reside. They are
opposed to the establishment of a saloon
at that plpce.
Mirtln Stones. carpenter of De Hodla
mont. was committed to the Claiton Jail
etenlav hv Justice of the Peace Camp
bell on a charge of disturbing the peace of
hi" btnther. Henry Stones.
('mint v School Commisslcner J. Will
Andrae has nbout completed arrangements
r.,r ih .innu.il teachers' institute tint will
open In the Saengerbund Hill In Clnjton
June 17 and n-tlrae for ten davs.
Judge McElhlnney ) esterday decided the
suit of Willi im T. Jones against Victor It.
Iluck In.fnvor of the defendant. The
plaintiff sought to enforce the speclllc r-
formance ot an uin-Keu aKoriiinn wucii
by he was to be sold the property that Is
How" being converted Into th" Delmar race
truck. According to his allegitlon. he
agree! to pa J3i'V for the property that
was ufterwanls soil to the Tllles-Adler-Cella
indicate for SIW.'OO. Judge .McElhln
ney handed down a written opinion. In
which he stated that the agreement was
onlv for an option of the property and th it
In this case the agent of Mr. Ituck, who
was In New York, exceeded his authority.
Henry Koner. a Florissant firmer,
found the IkmI)" of a negro floater In the
Missouri River near the Cberbonnler Muds
Sundav evening. Coroner Armstrorg was
notified esterday morning and went to the
place and held an inauest. The bod) Is
thought to lie that or Dennis Black who
Jumped Into the river opposite St. Charles
about ten i'as ago. Wick quarreled with
his wife and daughter, ran from the houi
and Jumped Into Iherlver.
Carl Komi St-pjicrt Out of Thinl
In a somnambulistic state. Carl Reins. C3
Vars olu. a pa!pter. living at No. lie
North Grand avenue, climbed out of a
tblrd-story window at his home at 1 o'clock
this morning and fell to the sidewalk. He
was found ixcon-clous a few moments later
by a passer-by. He was taken to the City
Hcspltal. where It was found that he had
sustalred Internal injuries and that his
skull was fractured. He may not recover.
Reins Is addicted to sleep walking and on
previous occasions has narrowly escaped
Leave 9:00 A.
Ten Days' Sfop-Ovtr at
TICKET OFFICE, - - -
Arrivals and Departures of Trails sit
triaily except Sutnla). tl&turdi, in.l Mnlajr
f-uri liy only l.ti-t t Mun 3
fft-aluraiy only. laH ex.ept .tturdaj
iik; koi it.
LAKR Fllor.E. M:V ltK IBNTIUI. ANl
llfliSOV ItlVHU IH'Tt.N AXI ALTtVNY
vM ciiiai'IUk:. am Ohio iiaiiavay
Triln Ipart. Arrive.
llu napolLs Kxpreys tivnl SaL.iu
Niw voric and IfcMtm Lim
ited .. .. IJlim Itftm
Ki IcLerbueker i.IjI New
crk. H.j0too. VVa.hlngtcn.
lUIUmori. and 11dliJel;.nli . 12 Vt am ( 4S pm
Mattion and Altun Accunimo
latlon fl. 23 pm : M pm
11.11 n e Vmk I'inclnrall.
Vvarllnirliin. Uultlmor and
I llli'el lla .. IKpm sjOam
A ton leaves 'tlrST) a m . i & p. in. Arrls
ti am. !! p. m. Hlturday only leaves 1-"
p m . arrives I3p. m.
IIIICK.O. 7,KOItlAU HT. LUL'19
KS.ll.WAl iV P. IT. 1
Time. Iiepart. Arrive.
J'eiirli I'ekln. itraftun and
tliouleu bl'sjalt 't tl am 7.30 pra
SprlnnnVII an I l.Tiflon Mill . ilMpm'HSam
"aoulrau !1 uuh an.1 Grafton., it UpmSaKfrn
M.rlnctlelJ ami llrafttn ;t.jpm H j am
(ST. IJt'IS HHTHWKSTEIM ItAII-VVAT
Tlire Depart. Arrive.
Atkana and Texas Express
ivU IlljnianW ul.l Ileltal .. 8--m 7 15pm
Atkanis and Texas Fast Mall
Hla Human.-!, and Delw tKpm do am
I.'llT ST. irilV. (Hendersoit Route.)
XSirie. Iiepart. Arrtre.
Fast Msll-Onersboro. Clover-
port. lulvllle and the Hat Silui T:l pm
Eas'ern Kxpress osrenbon
loverport. Uillsvllle and
the Eau SJpm sTJOam
IRON S!OlTIX BOITE.
T.-xas Fast Mali, to Utll
Kock. Texarkana. vauas.
t-nrt Worth and Abilene.....
Delta. 'uluml.us and Cairo
T-.t lmv Kxrrc Hot SortliKS.
San Antonio, Houston and
c -" wn.
.......... . . yua . w .iu
. ... - :Jrjm Mara
. ,.,,. ,-a
Kxrres . .. .
Soe. lal-Dallas. Kort VVortl.
1.1 Paso. !. Angeles. Gal
veston. Km Amonw aro ia-
rJ . .............- 15 pm SiZVanv
MemrhiV'topref. iV.V,5r7Viina v-vi"?
I"OlitTH STIthrTT AMI nlOlTTiVU AVENIjB
De Seto ail Bismarck Accora-mo-latlMn
Northern Illinois Express i
bprlrktleM. rretport and Du- . .. .,.
buoue .................. "ImMTIL "sj so pm
Peoria ajil Sptlngltel 1 njaair. sjajpin
r-w"lylKlit i-peeisl. !'S 3 JSI
SprtngfleU Accomrno-latlon ... jPm J "
ChlcBBo Diamond Spectal. S.Wpm Ja4an
Train Depart. Arrlv.
railueih Mall and Express
iluiphysboro. Carbondale and -
Marlon 7 am 7Jtvm
Ne Orleans Fast Mail Cairo,
Memphis. Jackson.Tenn. and
Texas Uxpress: Nashvllle.At-
lanta and Jacksonville . ... J J am ". P
St. Louis bpeclal Cairo. Merr- .-
pMa and New Orleans I.J4am, S.Upm
Accommodatli n Murphysboro.
Marlon. Cairo, bparta and
Chester tlJpm tJlJSam
Accommodation Murptrsboro. -,-,
Marlon and Creal s-prmr"... 4 J pm lid am
New Orleans Urntted clrp.
Memphis: Dixie Flyer. Nash
ville. Aiianva. ' ..vv- ..
ST. I K. C. C. R. R.
"ST. ZXICIS LINE."
Train . . Depart.
Mall-mlon. Mo., and Inter
medlato points "Hpm
Sunday Special tJerara. ila.
ami intermentate points tciaro HM pm
Accommodation leaves Vtndeventer Avenue at
C 16 a. m and Foriyth Junction at f M a. m..
for Union and Gerard. Mo., srd all IntennedUta
points. iDally except Sundlj.)
COICtGO, ALTOX A5SD ST. I411S RV.
Trala Depart. Arrive.
Alton Umited for Chicago. J am 1 J pm
Peorla-Alton Limited .tlJ am
1 leas j Palara liipresa sjisipm 7Jam
Chirac. Midnight Kpecial ...lt.flFm .Jfam
Chicago ITalrle Male Kxpress ft 01 pm UJipm
Alton AccomnVMlatloD ......... 19S4 pm M)pm
Kansas City Uiolled W.Wpm Itlini
Kansas City Missouri Stata
Express ss-OOam SSpm
The Oipllal City "Fiver."
prtngilel 1 Accommodation ss-efl pra lta;4 am
FpringtVelJ Local s-flOam
Jacksunv Ille Accommodation. tS CO pm tl4 am
B. at O. S-1V
Cincinnati. Iulirvllle. Wah-
lngton. Ilalllmore. rnllailel-
phla are! New iork Express S.1$ am IIS pra
Cincinnati. Louisville. Pitts
I hlladelphla and New Tork
Fast Hall 11111 sT'SDam
rinclnnatl Accommolatlon f;:lf am 178 pm
Cincinnati. Louisville. Pittsx
Isirs. Washington Halttnore.
Philadelphia and New ork
ttoyal Itlue IJmlted n.Mam SSpm
Florv Accommoilatton ......... S 49 pm t.33am
Flora Accommodatloii ......... tsSpm X10.X3am
West luden ami h"rencli lack
-?rlnK. via Monon ltocte.... .!am (Jpm
Tnroush sleeper to French Lick and West
riadrn -prints leaves every Friday tsaV p m.;
leaves Springs every Sunday 9:00 p. m.
ST. LOUIS-LOUISVILLE UNE3.
Train Depart- Arrtva,
Lonlsvllle Express Central's.
Mount Vernon. Mount far
met Princeton. Ia:ulsvllle.
W asnlnRton Philadelphia
and New Ycrk KCSam JCpra
Mcunt eraon Accommodation f14 pm f34 am
Flnrl'U lamlted to Louisville.
Lexlnc'on. Knoxville and
Aahevillc. N. C; Chatta
nooca. Atlanta and Jackson
ville. Fla. lMpm 7J3am
Bt RMXGTOJ ROUTE IMIOX STATION.
Tisln. ... Depart. Arrlra.
For Hannibal. II St. J.
poln's. Qutncy. Keckuk and
I.irlinston ,!ISib tMpm
Irca to Hannibal ."I.iUm SJOpm
or Qulrcy and North t!M mm ftJApoi
For St. 1'auk Minneapolis, via
Kct Sele Uses. Illinois and
vvmoneln t-21am llpm
The lturllrcton-Northem Pa
cific Express, for Karaas
Citv. .t. Joseph. Northwest
Nilraska. BUck Hilts. W jo
ining. Montana. Washington.
Pi'get Sound. Portland and
on son too am tjpra
Twin tlty Express, for Mlnne
rpolls, S't Paul and Iowa... t.OSpm. I.U pra
The Nehraaka-ColoraoVj Ex-
Jtiss. for Denver, Colorado,
tah and 1'aclOc Coast, via
St Joseph 2 0ipm C U pm
fxsal to lMrllnaion i.Mpm tJam
tor N'nrthem Ins a. St. Paul
ami Minneapolis ?:49 pm IM.Z9 am
For Illinois, via East side lln
to Knrk Island and Clinton la s21 pm 7 10 am
For Inibuque ami La Crosse . tt::i pm t7.1ara
For Ktnsas City. t'ouncll
I lun. Omaha. St. Joseph.
Denver. Nebraska.' Colorado.
I'tah ami I'aciHc Coast sjW pra T.ls am
Local from Hannibal 'UMam
lor Alton Leave 7 to a. m . daily: Jt a. m..
dal r II-"0 a. m.. dally; PJO p. m . Saturday
onlv: 3-00 p m.. except Saturday and Huidav:
5f P- m . except Sunday: S..I p. m . daily; 7
p m. daily. J .71 p. m.. daily; llli p. m.. Sun
ACCUSED OF EMBEZZLEMENT.
St. Louis Traveling Salesman Ar
rested at Anna, III.
A special dispatch from Anna.-III., to The
I.epubllc says: .
"CIi irle" Crosby, a traveling salesman
t'almlnc to represent Ihe Frlck Grocery
Company of St. Louis, was arrested hers
to-day ! the City Marshal upon receipt of
a telegram from the Sheriff of Franklin
Cnurtv. charging him with cmbexxllng J15.
O'' of the firm'a money.
"Crosby said, when arrested. "I guess It's
all up now. He has been In Anna at fre
quent intervals during the past three weeks
and was dodging the City Marshal to-day.
He was captured In the Fair Grounds and
had plenty of money. He will be taken to
Benton. IU., to-morrow morning."
M. ancT 8:30 P. M.
Niagara Falls ar luffala.
- EIGHTH AND OLIVE.
TIME - TABLE.
I.OllS-PKOItll 1.1 E.
re C. P. & b U)
valley Park Accommodation.. t7 vj am 11)1 am
valley 1'iirk AccomnoiUt n . ts 3 am tilSam
valley Park sccommodatl n. p-isnt tlSpm
Teia ami Kansas Mali for
iirthse. Joplln. VVIchlw.
Arlcruias Cltj Oklalxrca.
trails. Ualnesvllle ami Fort
Worth .. '(Cm t ;i rm
I'aririe Arcommoili.tion ... Jt 10 pm JIi S, am
valley Park Acc.mmodatlcn.. 11J. pm t is am
v alter I'ark Accoaim,lat!on - pm tj;tni
1'arlrtc Aecommod itlon . . tS It pm 17 i. am
valley I'ark Accommodation ;7 1'pm ilMOpm
Texas lamlted vestttulel. for
h.urka Springs. Port nlth.
Parts. Dallas. ctreenvllle.
nnts. Coricana. lI'Mia'rm.
OaUston. Austin and ban
Antonio j. 'SJOpm iJara
Weitem lapre.s. for Mnlta.
Iientson. Sherman Oklah.-
n.. irthace. Joilln. vvirh-
Ita. Iljrtcn and ihe W et ! "0 pn 7 3S am
Southern Uml'ed . . . .
Fast Jljil-rMan-ii::-. .Na.i-
vllle. llirmlnEhHm. -Vtont-
fomerj. Chituinooa. Atlai
a. Mobile. New Orleans anl
Suthern Kxpresii to. Kan.
vltle. Nashville, ftlrnlnit'iani.
Mobile. New Orleans. Thorn
asvlll. Jaeksons IMe. 1'ilat
ka. Ocala and St Petersburg.
Ma f . !
7 am S Til nm
i am 5 7A pm
liav Kxpress. Kacsas City.
Pueblo. Denver. Salt Lake
ity and San rranclsco... .
Washlrxton Accomm.latlcn .
. 5".vBm eeipm
-s -r. 4r . T
St. Joseph. Joilln. Wichita and
Kansas Limited, ilallv
. ,.. i . . .am
M pm "7 n am
Kansas a-d Colorado Express.io.Ifi pm 7 10 am
cmr cumr ukf trains paiuroay am Min lay
leave Union Station at t-ts a. m.. -s Vi a. m..
11Ji p. m.. TS: p. m.. YZJS p. m lsves
Tower Grove Station Saturday and Sunday at
13 10 p. m . et-iX) a. m.. Ia. m.. JU) p. m..
1 p. m.
Oak Hill trains leave Union Station it N IS t.
m.. 110 10 a. m.. fiO p. m ard t.a p. m
Kirkwood trains leave Union station at t7-0u a.
xa . Jl cojp. m . t4 1) p. m. and fi 2S p. m.
Leave Txwer G'ove Station at til A a. m.
Dally. fExcept Surday tSunday cnlr
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Jefferson City. Columbia. Boon
vllle. Sedalla. Fort Scott.
Indian Territory and Texas
Express 3JSam .-01pm
"The Katy Flyer" fir Dal
las. Fort "Worth. Houston.
Galveston. an Antonr.
Mexico City and Intermedi
ate points S.3:pm TiUt
Jefferson City. Columbli.
Boonvllle. Sedalla. Kansas.
Indian Territory and Texas
Express 11.4Spm 0am
Missouri, Kansas. Inllan Ter
ritory and Oklahoma Flyer.. S.22 pm 7.27ara
mobile: ao onio.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Southern Special 7am -
St. Louts and Florida Limited 7:Spri
St. Louts and Florida Limited. 8.44pm S:74ara,
aturphvsboro. Sparta. cTiester .
and Perey Accoroinodatlon... fSSO pm tH:i4 am
ST. LOUS AJSD 1IAWIB4.U
Train. Depart. Arrlra.
Peoria, Pekln. Springfield, flraf-
ton and Chouteau Sloush.... 14 am 73Spm
Sprlncneld and Grafton Mall .4.3Spm lOjiam
Enxvla. Corslcana. Austin. San
Antonio. Houston ard Gal
veston ...... ........ ... ... SJ0pm 7am
TTestem Express, for Vlnlta.
Denlson. Sherman. Oklamw
ma. Carthage. Joplln. Wlchl-
ta. Burrton and the W est...l 09 pm IS am
ST. UTT1 MERCHAVTV bridgi: A sin
TERMIXAt. RAILWAT SUBlIRBa.X
Eastbocnd Leave Eighth ard Gratiot streets,
except Sunday. 4-Ot. t.K 7J. ji. to. 0.1. 11 D l
m.; UM. P4i, : 4i. 4-09. 5 10. .r. xti: p. m.
Saturday and Sumlay only 1141 p m. Sunday
onlr-5.fi 7.34. 10:.i: a. m.; Sil. 11 41 p m.
Leave Washlnirton avenue, except Sunnar. 4 "OX.
-21. 7.41. J5. 10--W. 11 JJ a. m.: 12"9. 1.4a. 2 SA.
4-04. 1 14. t. 800 p m. Saturday and Sunday
only 11 '4 !- m. Sunday only 5-77. 7-7. l').tf a.
m - ii. Il6r.ro.
Weatbound Leava Granlta City. exc--pt Sundav..
.15. 7S. 0.14. . 10.42 a. m.; 1.10. S.tS. J.3.
4-JO. S.44. (-00. 7:li. 17 p m. Saturday only
jti p m. sunaay oniy 1.1, sw. s a. m.:
Iiave Madison, except San lay, E
IJX 10 4t a m.; 1.15. 7 -IT. 127. 4.
in a. TB. ftaturdar onlv 4x n m.
IX-So. -00. 49 a. m.; 1-07. -4 p. m.
TOLEDO, ST. LOUIS AXD wEsTERV.
(Clover Lear itoute
Train. Depart. Arrlra.
The Commercial Traveler"
Indianapolis. Toledo. Buffalo
and New York s7.stpm ss-Tsam
Buffalo and New York Express t 12 am "-s-au ptn
Ramsey Accommodation s-nopm S.aam
" VAXlKiilA LIKE.
PENNSYLVANIA LINES WEST OP P1TTSV.
BURG PENNSYLVANIA ICtlLROAD.
Train. Depart. Arrlv aw
Trains Nos. M and 2L New
York. PhlUdelphla. Baltl-
j mora and Washington Spe-
ctal S4tam .a)pm
Indianapolis and New York
Local -Mara f-'ttpm
New York Limited 1 -00 pm 13 S pm
lilurnbus. and Eastern Express VII pm "TUari
Vandalla Accommodation "5-70 pm s.tpm
Indianapolis and New York
Express ........ ..............llTipm "s 40pm
Fast Mall "IMam -Mini
Pan-American Express Mam 'E-tpDi
Buffalo Express 15 pm t )pm
Train. .... . . Depait.
Crrlltsental lamnea ietroiv
l.iaaara raus. nuiiaio. vw
yoik ar.11 i-"ii ............
Tvu.'.t Detroit. Nlaxara Falls.
. 5-OOam 7itSpra
Pl-nsto. New Icrk and Bos
ton Express ..... ..
Toledo. New York and Boston
1.30 pm 7.15 am
2.43 am 2.tSam
ifMnlsM IJmlted Detroit.
TBuflalo. New York and Bos-
tor . .mopm st-ofirmi
Toledo Local Express J-Sitm 5 4Spm
Batter Express Chicago at am 4tpm
Bann r Limited Chicago s.flS pm 7 tc am
Midi lent Limited-Chicago siljopm TJIam
Fast Mall Chlcugo 7 IS am ........
Kavaaas City Line.
Kansas City Express s rvi am
Kroaa Oty Fast Mall z.n pm
Kacsaa City Limited Ml.!; ptn
1 VI am
Pattorsbtirir Express S-osam i(Mpm
laentn tlall Omaha ........ 7 JO pm iWam
Ottumwa and Des Moines Ex
press .... . - - . s.t6n. HWpm
Out n,wa and Des Motne Lim
ited Tilrra tMm
West Moheriy and Kansas
City Lceal 7 40 am sm
Mttsrly Usal S-4Spm 'ILlOam
East Decatur laical iJ pm nlsiSa-n
Frmt Union Station
14 lipm . ....
"2 41 jim M.X.prv
4 21) rm 5 4 pm
Kit loch Park
Fect ton ....
4t-con . .
Ferrvson iThursilar only!..
11.30 pm. 100 pm
From Olive Street Station
Si. Charles ..
Feint ron ....
, M.lism SHan
...... ft ian 16.1s pm
. .... &ari IS Warn
Ji 4Spnt t3Spm
, ttH-30 pra t17 4ipm
hi 3 pm 3Clpm
. n IS A CRIME TO BE WEAK.
Every Weak sun or woman can be re-
stosM to ptnact nealtn and vitality eye
proper appucauon 01 ciecrnaiy. w.'
Batmen, ut great uecmcaiaiiiBoniy.
na written a book, which be sends
tee, postpaid, for the asldnp. His
EaKtrtc Belt and Electrical Sispen
sory are the only ones which do not
am and bister and which can be rt
fansed when burned out. Gusrimeed
wi cm Varicocele. Lost Vlfor and VI
tantv. run. Ut and Stonacll
Disorders. Constipation, etc. Write for boc' today.
DR. BENNETT Electric Bdt Co.
law RMkery Blalg Kaaaae City. Jkto.
JEFFERSON BANK ELECTION At the
annual meeting of the stockholders of ths
Jefferson Bank yesterday all the old dlretw
on were- re-elected.