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THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1902.
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Mlrsourl's Greatest Store offers an array
of all that Is useful and novel and nt price
peclally appealing to the economical. It
U customary for Barr's big store to present
unparalleled bargains at the beginning of
AND MINERS FIRM.
Scale Problem Is Placed in the
Hands of a Subcommittee of
. lien Interested.
Indianapolis, Ind.. Feb. 5. The labor of
eolvlng the scale problem between the mlno
operators nd UnltPd Mine Workers was
taken from the Joint Sc.ile Committee this
moraine and turned over to a subcommit
tee vlth Instructions to report at the car
Hot possible moment to the Rtneral com
mittee, -who w ill then call the Joint Com
mittee tosfthcr to act upon the result.
The appointment of tile subcommitltc vias
made at the Instance of Francis L. Hob
bins of Plttsburc and was composed of the
following reprcscntatlc3: Pennsylvania op-T-itors.
F. U. Hobblns and O. A. Black
burn; Fennsvlvanli miners. Patrick Dolau
mid William Dodiis: Ohio o"entors, Hor
ace lu Chapman and J. H. Winder: 3hIo
miners. W. H. Hasklns and D. Sulllv.ui;
Indiana operators, W. S. Bogle and J. 11.
McClelland: Indiana miners. W. D. Van
Ijorn and 'William Wilson: Illinois oper.i
tors. II. X. Taylor and Wi'llam Kwfer;
Illinois miners. W. I). Iljan and W. It.
The subcommittee was In tcs!n oil after
noon and to-night at thn general oHicc;s of
the United Mine Workers.
The operators In the meetings of the Joint.
Scale Committeec have set their faces
sturdily against 10 per cent Increase and Hie
run-of-mine and differential propositions,
md have openly announced that they would
not recede from this poslt.on. The operators
will, as a so-called compromise, agree to
the price for reining coal now in lorce for
nnother jcar, and will grant the demand
for an open powder market. On the other
hand, the miners. a3 repoitcd. have served
notice on the operators that there will be
no abatement of the demand tor an in
crease wage, absolute run of mine, 7-cent
differential between pick and maclno min
ing and the uniform scale for all outside
labor at the mines.
If you're going to change hoarding places
make a selection from the 131 places adver
ted. In the "Kooms for Rent" columns of
TRUMAN A. POST'S ESTATE An In-
entury of the estate of Truman A. Post,
filed In pre bate yesterday, desoibes proper
ty on Cardinal avenue, the ycrrly rental of
which Is if A. and a jersor.al estate of SJ7,
BYRNE At S:33 p. m.. Wednesday. Tebruary
5 19U2. Mrs. Knto Uyrne nc-a Imor), relict of
the late James Byrne, and dear mother of Mamio
and Fanny Bjrne.
Funeral from family residence. No. 313 Thom
as tret. Friday. February 6. S a. m.. to St.
Alphonsus's Church, thence to CaUary Ceme
tery. Frl'tds Invited to attend.
CLAIiTC In Philadelphia. ra.. on February .
I'IZ. Edith Hall (Hall: wire ct Herbert I.. Clarfc.
daurhlor of 11 II. Hall cf .N(K Orleans, grand
daurhtcr of lira. Charles S. Kogers of this city.
DIESEUIORST-On Tuesday. February 4, iXi
at 19MJ p. in., at his laic residence. .N'o. 1-22
lltberl street, Frede irk II. DIeselhorst, bfloved
1 usband or Liuuisa Uieselhcrst enee wukrj. aged
Funeral takes place frcm family residence Trl
day, February 7, 1:30 p. m. Friends and re.atlwa
are Invited to attend.
t. Cr-arles. Mo. and Bellellle. HI., papers
DUNDO-Sullcnlv. ra February 4. 1502. THI- (
llain. bciovttf son of Michael and Haaor Dun-
don and brother of Katie. A.lce. Jennl. aianle,
Mrs J.lu unit and Mrs. Mary Haiti (nee Imn-
tuneral from family residence. No. 11 Mlnn
ota avenue, Trlday, Fibrua-y 7. at 9.S a. m ,
to ES. Mary and Joseph' Church, thence to Cftl
Miry Cemetery. Friends Invited to altrnd.
Deceased was a, member of .llnglne Company
GOODMAN"-On Febraary 5. ISO:, SoL I. Good
nan. aKCd C3 jars.
Funejal to Missouri Crematory February ,
rt I p. m.
1RADY-On January V). K02. at 6:M p. m.. In
McAlla'.er, I. T.. John Grady.
Remains will be shlrped hre for burial frvm
irn ly tesldne. No. L.0T South FIstli etrert,
Fetruary C. 1002. to Annunciation Cnurch. thence
' Calvary Ctmemrj. 1'rltnda aro invltea to
McAUster, I. T. papers plea6e ccpy.
GKANxnMAN On February 5. W. at 11 p
m. Mrs. Jotiannah Grarmeman, beloved wlf9 of
Funeral Saturday. February S, at 2 p. in.,
from family reildcnc. No. 1916 South Twelfth
frtreet Frlenda of the family are united to at
ttnj. GnAHA On Tuetaay. February 4, 1302, at
' U o'cock a. m., Mary J. Graham, belovrd
irolher of Susie and Bell and tho late William II.
Funeral will take p'ace Thursday, the 6th Inst.,
t 2 o'clock p. m.. from her late residence. No.
17JA Latadle vnu. to Bellefontaine Cemetery.
Friends of the family Invited to attend.
Sprlnsficld. 111., papers please copy.
HANNON Oa Wednesday. February 5. 12, at
& o'clock a. m.. John T. Hannon. aged 23 earn 7
months, bv loved hustand ot Marv Hannon (n.4
Cochiftn) ar.d eon of James and Catherine Han
non tne Kennedy), arj hrcthtr of Mar) C
Ujnch (nee Hannoni, Ilaty Lathy (nee Hannon),
and James T. Hannon.
Funeral Friday, at t a. m.. from family resi
dence. No. 011 Eauon avrnuc, to St Mirk's
Tiurch, thence to Calvaiy Cemetery. Irlends In
vited to attend.
Deceased was a member of Knights of Father
Uathene. Emerald Council. No. 10.
Mlshavraka. Ind., and Middlesex, N. T., pa
pers please copy.
JCT Filtered Into rtst on Wednesday. Febni
cry 5, 19t.'2. suddenly at his residence. No. 23
cates avenue. Le-vl Jo-, beloved husband of Mary
Interment at Memphis, Tcnn.
KNOX Tudiy. rebruarv t, 1502. at 2:M p.
m.. Thomas Knox, beloved father of Mrs. Daniel
His funeral will take place from the family
n.ldence. No. 2T31 Hickory Hreet. on Thursday.
February 6, at 2 p. m., to St. Cronan'a Church,
thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends of the fam
ily are Invited to attend. Deceased was a mem
ber of Branch 113, Catholic Knights of America
IlURPirr On Wednesday, February 3, 1912. at
30:30 a. m.. Katie Murphy, beloved daURhter of
Catherine Murphy (nee Collins), and the late
Timothy Murphy, and our dear sister, ajed 16
Funeral will take placo from the family resi
dence. No. 2611 Whlttler street, on Friday. Feb
ruary ?, at 2 p. m., to St. Matthew's Church,
thence, to Calvary Cemetery-
SCHOLl O.l Tuesday. February 1, ISiU. at 5:05
p. m.. Frederick Scholl. beloved huiband of
Antonla Schcll ince Weber), and father of Jacob,
Fred. Jr.. Edward. Sophia Obrock (nee Hctiol.).
and fathr-ln-law of EJnard Obrock, after a
thort Illness, at the age of 23 3 ears 1 month 2
Funeral Friday. February
family residence. No. MO"
at 1:30 p. m.. from i
street. Friends Invited to attcud.
SIMPSON The funeral of Mrs. Lsiulse Simp
son, widow of the late H. II. Simpson, has been
postRoned to Friday. February 7. at 2 p. m.. on
account of relatives coming irom the i:est. Tho
funeral ft ill take place rrc-m tho residence of V.
"W. Henderson, No- C8G0 Cabannc avenue.
THIEItUY- Suddenly, by accident. Fcbmary i.
1302. August Thierry, beloved husband ot Uzzlo
Thltrry (nee Fmilo-). aged 42 jears.
Fuctrar from family residence, No. 1S0S Elliot
avenue, en SUturday, February 8. at 2 p. in., to
Uellefontalne Cemetery- Helatlvea and rrle-nds
are Invited to attend. Deceased w-ae a member
of Lafayette Lodge. No. 115. K. of II.. Jewel of
the West Lodee, No. 3. K. & L. of 11.; also
cf Flro Engine Company No. 12.
Jessie Walnrltht (nee KtoKimnn). ,
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Timuy resiacncr, av otw iJfck ...-w. .- ;
Wrti. innii1 ifctirph. theneft to Calvary Ceme- '
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c'iM n of ilm'U Westeihof. and
brother of Amelia. Henry and Otto, aged 06
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Funeral from tamuy resiaence. o. iji w..
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Elliot avenue. Saturday. February S. at 1:30 P, in.
Friends Invited to atwnc
MS AND MRS. LEE BRANNAN xtend their
heartfelt thanks and appreciation to their friends
the manaa-ement and employes of the Globe
Cfao. and Clothlnr Company- for their kind token
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SUPERIOR TO MEN.
Spanish Archbishops Say Political
Authority Should Be Con
ferred Upon Them.
Washington. Feb. 3 In his statement be
fore the Senate Committee on the Philip
plnei to-day. Governor Taft dealt especially
with the uueslion of the relationship of the
clll and military authoiltlcs in the phll
iMilncs and his explanation tvas received
with much Interest by the members of the
The day's session began with tho under-
I ManJIuff that thcie should be no interrup-
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ii'ji u inenitrs oc me coinuiiiiee uir.ii
the presentation cf this entire brunch of
the subnet was completed.
Mtinien Are Slen'n Superior.
In ltpi to a (lUe-stiou Governor Taft
tald time arc thiity-four organized and l!f
teen uiiorgaulzed Provinces. In answer to
a nuestiou b Senator Patterson, Govenor
T-ift aaid it was not ttue that a majority
ot the People can read and write.
As to the position of women in tho islands
lie said th2 women of iho Philippines hold
a superior position. They are the active
managers In general affair, and the Span
ish Archbishop had said to him that If it
was Intended to confer any political au
thorltj upon tho Filipinos It should be con
ferred upon the female sex.
Clnt.li With the -Military.
Governor Tali said that originally the
civil and military control of the islands
h-d been in the hinds of the military and
that naturally there had been ume Qlfter
onco of opinion between the military au
thorities and the committee as to the meth
od of proceeding.
This diiferer.ee had arisen with General
SlaoArthur and thi re had been more or less
eericspondcuce on the subject, "lhe 3et
enil had contended that authoiitv over the
Islands was esttd in the military and the
leLre-sentativo of the chief executive, be
eaut tho islnncis v.tre in a state of war.
In this view the commission did not con
cur. This difference did not. however, ex
tend to the control ot tho mumcpalities.
Compromise With Cliiiffce.
'Geneiii e-iiauee anu 1 aic ou luc friend
liest and most cordial term V he said, "and
we had no dirhculty In reaching an under
standing after a nrolonged conference. '
"Our compromise was reached on the un
derstanding that a writ of habeas corpus
wouid not lie against military olticers, a
civilian empleye of thti military br h or
a prisoner of war."
uovenior Taft also said that there had
been some dllterencts of opinion as to other
matters in the metnod of administration.
Mid that naturally tho natives were more
favorably Inclined toward the civil gov
ernment because thev were represented by
men of their own nationality In that branch
of the service, while on the other hand the
army was princliaily concerned in bring
ing the war to an end.
He thought, however, the military author
ities were coming to look with more favor
on the civil Institutions.
AH Filipino Arc Musicians.
Referring to the subject of the alleged
superiority of the FIiip.no women over
the men. Senator Dietrich asked:
"Is It not true that while the women are
engaged in conducting the affairs cf the
lamp, tne men are generally engaged in
ttendini cock fights or Boing abSSt tho ' SCTs to symbolize the Exposition with
mmrrv .. in. ,,i. ...i. . ... .v. I out the use of any hycroglvphics executed
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ir. r'atterson, in ansver, read from the
.'ar Department report to the effect that
the latro.s aio industrious. rourtpnim.
artistic, quiet and orderly. Governor Taft
said that he had never met a Filipino who I
wu? nut a musician, ana ne auucu: i
"AH Filipino crowds are well behaved and
polite, and the people arc courteous. The
Filipino also fhows capacity for skl.led la- I
bor, but he is negligent of machinery. I
v.-i'h It w.re tiue that the Filipino li as In
dustrious as Is claimed, but he Is not In
deed, there are- many of them who might
secure work who do nnt sppk Ir. Thi ran.
' dltlon leads to a demand for the bringing
, "-'""ese ..
I.normou Holding of the Friar.
This led Senator Hale to mal nn In.
auiry concert,i.lir the nresenee nf Chines.
The witness replied that the contractors
anu outness mtn generally contend for the
necessity ot bringing In Chinese labor.
This importation was. however, generally
resented by the natives, not so much be
cause of the competition of Chinese as la
borers, but because of their competition as
The Chinaman generally saved his wages
and In a few months would establish a
mercantile establishment, the result being
that the next door neighbor, who Is a na
tive, would be driven out. He Eaid further
that under the present regulations no Chi
nese arc admitted.
Replying to other question. Governor
Taft stated that In the islands there are
about 5.U0U.O00 acres of land held by private
persons and that of this 413,000 acres are
owneu d tne uainonc friars. Of theso
4j30 acres. 2M.0W) arc the best lands in tho i
Not All Thieve.
As to the honesty of the native Filipino,
Governor Taft said tlict many exagger
ated and extreme pictures had been drawn.
They were neither o bad nor so good as
they had been represented. Many were ar
rested for theft and there also were charges
of treachery and duplicity. That some were
dishonest and others double-faced was
true, but that with all the people these
characteristics were not true. Hence no
general characterization wns possible.
Referring to the order of concentration
In Batangap. Governor Taft said ho had
been misunderstood yesterday in saying
that he had advised General Bell agalns'
it. He had recommended that the order
should not bo made so wide in its scone as
The committee adjourned to meet to
morrow, when Governor Taft, at tha re
quest of Senator Lodge, will discuss the)
tariff question as applied to the Philip
pines. WILL LKASC GRAZI.XG LAXDS.
Government Ailrcrtlur fop IHI fop
-180,000 Acres In Kiowa Ile-Hervution
Washington, Feb. 3. The Department of
tho Interior has advertised for bids for leas
ing 4b0,000 acres of pasture lands In the
Kiowa reservation. These lands were set
aside for grazing purposes under the lawr
opening this reservation to settlement.
Under the department's advertisement th
lands are to be leased from Anril 1. Thpr
Is opposition from many large cattle dealers
who have their herds on thse ranges. To
day Senator Bailey of Texas called on the
Secretary of the Interior, in company with
Colonel Burnett, otu of the largest owners
i of cattle In that section. They urged that
1 the diito for making tho new leases be
changed to September L It Is not Improba
ble that tnis win be done.
Indian Service 'ccil Cooks.
Washington, Feb. 5. The Civil Service
Commission announc s that It Is desired to
establish an eligible regl'ter for the posi
tion of cooks (female) in the Indian service.
No educational test will be given, but ap
plicants will be graded upon the elements1
ot age, cnaracter as a wornraan, experlenro
and tihv-"lcal qualifications a shown by the
statements made In connection nlth thlr
i formal arnl'cations. It wlh not be neivm-
-ir' s"v the applicants to appear nt any
Ple for examination. The age limit is 3)
From the eligible resulting from this ex
am'nation the commission expects to nil
existing vacancies In different sections e.f
the Southwest, at salaries ranging from
JiCd to ICW per annum.
Iturnt Free Delivery.
Washington, Feb. Z. Rural free delivery
service will he established March 1 at
Uiich. Hcnrv Count". Mo., with four car
riii. Length of routes 10!?; miles. Popu
lation served 2,02ft. Carriers. O. O It'll J
H. Rankin. O. N. Wlndmlller and iv' 3,1.
Mlsannrlnn Meet Roosevelt.
"Washington, Feb. S John K. Hawlev and
u. -v.. unapman or chiiiicothn nd vv iv 1
forcan of Kansas rritv wer fntrrn JL i
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President Roosevelt by Representative Joy.
Ivote Cnanpe Cltv ticket
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flee of the Missouri. Kansas
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National Bnuk for IHrrninltr.
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vashlngton. r eo. 9.
Washington, ieb. a.r-Tlie Comptroller .of (
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tton to organize the First National Bank of
Jlesaulte, Tex., with a capital of xaj.OCO. f
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To Care Beadnehe In lO BItnatea,
Take Parker's Headache Powders. They
in aafa and tun. All drueirists. Price 10c
are safe and sun. Mi drusslsts. Price 10c '
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Good-Fellowship the Feature of
Reunion of Former St. Louis
The annual banquet of the Alumni Asso
ciation of the St. Louis University, which
was given at tho Planters lUtcl last night,
was one of tho most successful social func
tions ever undertaken by the organization.
As In former years, the s'clability and
good-fellowship for which the association is
noted prevailed. Every one present ap
peared for the evening to put all care aside
. and enter heartily Into the s-pirlt of the re-
AH the toasts were happily cnosen, aim
the men who responded to them did so In
a manner which caused them to be greeted
with frequent and hearty applause. The
banquet proper was a masterpiece In u gas
tronomical way. Every oursc was excel
lent and was thoroughly enjoyed, as was
shown by the empty plates of the banquet
ers when they were removed. The menu
was artistically gotten uji, and between
the leaves of each wa a ricture of Father
re Smet, the famous Jesuit missionary.
When coffee and cigars appeared I'aul
Bakewcll. president of the association,
opened the speaking with a clever address
li.troduclne Doctor John H. Simon, the"
toiistmustrr. The lirst toast. "Almu Mater,
was rcsiionded to by the Reverend Father
Jlathew JlcJIenamy. Joseph K. Iturke re-sr-mded
to the sentiment "T:jb Alumni.
"The Old College" was r.-sponded to by
Judge Shpard lJarclay. Francis A. Hobein
rop"ondcil to the toast "Father De Srnft.'
Those present were: John O' Fallon Ue
lancy. B. SI. Clemens. F. J. Stanlev. Hon
ord BenoKt, James W. Brne,, I'. J. Duel
ing, C. W. Glsnou-c. A. J. Gnchner, Jules
Desloge. Theo. Adtlmann, Doctor F. J.
Funn. Doctor John II Simon, the Iteverend
Tliomas F. Brown. T. .1. Dooly, Judge Bar
clay, the Ileverend W. B. Rogers, J. G. Gil
more, Frank Runder. William SI. Cooke. L.
A. Seitz. John Boce. Joseph Boci Henry
Adhoff, Dcctor P. C. Connelly. J. II. Hoh
nuira, Philip C. Scanlan, John P. Lyncli.
Ferdinand Gare'e'ie. A. Daly. D'A. Pan'.
Cooke. J. D. Dockery. W. J. G-irrlgau. th.
Recrcnd Father Wlliiam Kinsella. Francis
Hoheln. Joseph Burke. Slartin Donahoe,
Doctor Griswold Comstock. Doctor John SI.
Dean, Lou's Kupferle, Doctor Ulsworlh
Smith. Alonzo C. Church. William A Drn
rer. the Reverend James Sullixan and F. L.
FLEUR-DE-LIS IS IN VOGUE.
World's Fair Official Buttons Or
dered by the Thousands.
A heavy order was placed by the
World's Fair management jestcrday for
the fleur-de-lis button, which will be of
ficially declared the lapel emblem of tho
Exposition bv the Executive Committee as
soon as this matter can be taken up. An
other button has been gotten out by the
Publicity Bureau of the Fair. It is sim'Iar
In evvry respect to the fleur-de-lis cm-dem
with the exception that In the place of the
artistic conventionalized symbol of :-aint
Louis, it bears the monogram L. I' IZ A-i
a matter of fact, the L.. P. K. button has
not been declared the official button
Professor Halrey C. Ive. chief of the
Art Department of the Exposition, is an
out"poken advocate of the rlEur-de-lis
button, as an artistic ceveiopment wnicn
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1.,sitlort..c.01"n?r'.- V,1.10.'":" tn, O,rdor ?!
he pretty flsur-de-lls button. i In favor
of that emblem, because he Indorses Its
historical meaning. The Artists' Guild,
which is dcvlfing the civic flag, intend- to
ure the fleur-de-lis in their design for a
WILLIAM I. BUCHANNAN ARRIVES
On His Way to South America to
Work 'for World's Fair.
"vVlHIam I. Buchannan. former Director
General of the Pan-American Imposition. '
and recently a delegate from the United !
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States to tho Pan-American Congress, ,
which ha lut adjourned In lhe City of
Mexico, arrived last night on his way to
the East, where ho intends to embark for
South America '
While on the lower continent. Mr. Bueh-
anuan will act In an advisory capacity to
tho World's Fair management, and 1 ntl his
aid In persuading the Latin Republics to
make surpassing exhibits at the St. Louis
Exposition. Personal Interests carrv him
to Brazil and the Argentine Republic, but
his stay will be prolonged by visits he in
tends to make to all ot the South Amer
Walker Martinez, the new Chilean M n
Ister to the United States, will pass through
St. Louis next week on his wav to Wash
ington. He will pay a visit of courtesy to
President Francis and the officials of the
v oria s fair wnn? nerp. t:nu
ly voiced her Intention to participate In
the Exposition with a great exhibit.
TO LET DRAINAGE CONTRACT.
Director of Works Will Award
Work to Cost $20,000.
Director of Works Taylor has advertised
for bids for the construction of a brick sew
er and wooden waterway for tributaries of
the River des Peres on the World's Fair
site, which will cost about E,G09. The bids
must be in the Department of Works Dy
noon on February 10.
The work to be done Is the boxing of two
small creeks that originate at the western
end of the site and aie carried under.Skin
ker road In culverts to empty into" the
River des Peres- after flowing through what
was formerly the location of tho Wilder
ness. The wooden boxes or sluiceways aro
In he eight feet wide. This new work will
form part of the surface drainage svstem of
the Fair und will carry nniy clean water.
Plans and specifications tor the work may
be seen at the olllce of Chief Knginecr
Phillips at the World's Fair slto.
WORLD'S FAIR PUPILS' TICKETS
Pilgrim Sunday School Awards Its
The Sunday School of the Pilgrim Con
gregational Church has presented to its
meritorious pupils certificates signed by
tho superintendent entitling them to tick
ets of admission to the World's Fair. The
certificates are handsomely engraved with
a picture of Thomas Jefferson. They are
to bp redeemed as soon as World's Fair
ticket are printed and placed on sal The
certificate reads: '
"This certifies that 1 entitled to one
ticket or admission to the World's Fair, to
be given by the Louisiana lurchase Expo
sition Company In 1003 (or whenever giv;n).
This certificate has been tamed by faith
fulness In the Pilgrim Sundav S-hool. ami
is redeemable in a ticket of admission to
the Worl-5's Fair us soon as such ticket
nre printed and placed on sale. , .snpjr-
BURNS'S COTTAGE AT THE FAIR.
Caledonian Society Formulate
Plans to Carry Out the Project.
President Dick of the Caledonian Society
and a number of members met Informally
at the Mercantile Club last night to formu
late plans under the recent resolution of the
society for organizing the Burns cottage
project. In connection with the World's
No final measures were recommended at
the meeting. At the conclusion. President
Dick announced that he and the society
now saw their way clear to (he plan of re
producing Burns's cottage. Other meetings
will lie held soon.
ru TJon-ihiir. Tt!!! ., --,,,it. - .
fully compiled classified representation oC
tne leaainK mercanu e. manutacturing,
wholesale, financial and professional inter-
ests ot st- Louls- 'Tnl3 publication will be ,
sent to every mket where money awaits. f
5'j?".0J? VJ" .ffi0" .i9?. n?S
explain Up merits. It is hoped that the
iiauifs mc ucauvu 111 un.s nu.nn'aiinii. unu
.St. Louis merchants will give it heartv sup-
Port. , '
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RIDOEWAT, ILli. The February term
r ti nliofin r'rti.wtif rii.,i pai...
of the. Gallatin Countv Circuit . Court.
(.which convened at' Sha.wneetowrl Mondayv
morning, has been postponed by Judge- E.
- ,LD. Youngblood until the second day In
April on account of the extreme cnM.
April on account of the extreme cold.
i--?SS USZ'JiZz&i-.-.-ai -US, fl--
Kf. ,- J .W "fj- t.. S2.
MISS BONNIE DELANO
A Chicago Society Lady, in a
letter to 3Irs. Pinkham says :
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham: Of all tho
grateful daughters to whom you have
given health and life, none are more
glad than I.
" My home and my life was happy
MISS BOXXIE DELAXO.
nntil illness carncupon me three years
ag-o. I first noticed it by being trreg
tilRr and having very painful and
scanty menstruation ; gradually my
general health failed ; I could not en
joy my meal's ; 1 became languid and
nervous, with griping pains frequently
in the groins.
"I advised tvith our family phys
ician who prescribed without any im
provement. One day he said. 'Try
Iijdia Pinkham's Remedies.' I
did, thank God ; the next month I waa
better, and it gradually built me up
until in four months I was cured. This
is nearly a year ago and I have not
had a pain or acho since." Bonnie
Delano, 3",'1S Indiana Ave., Chicago,
1H. SS00O forfeit If abcoe testimonial is not
Trust worthv proof is abundant that
Lyilia E. Plnkliaiii'.s Vegetable
Compound. saves tliousands of
young women from dangers resulting
from organic irregularity, suppression
or retention of the menses, ovarian or
womb troubles. Refitio substitutes.
MOTHER WITH BASE
LEAPS FROM WINDOW
Narrow Escape of Two Families
From Burning TJuild'ng Mrs.
Clasping her Infant child to her breast,
Mrs. John McPhcrson climbed out the back
window of her room on the second floor of
the building at Xo. 1113 C'ark avenue and
leaped to the roof cf a -shed below In order
to escape from ftanrns whl;h were d stray
ing her home shortly before Z o'clock yes
terday morning. Her husband, with tho two
older children, follow eel her out. and then
assisted them -from the roof to the ground.
About that time Jfrry Kahler. his wife
and her brother, "Nicholas Fot. were
aroused from their slumbers on the third
floor. In the front ot the building. Kahler
and his wife started ,dowiu3tairs through
the blinding smoke. VThen he reached the
street he found that his wife had not fol
lowed him. Looking uiu' he saw her at tho
Ircnt window, which she had broken open
mr tresn air. lnough naif-suitocated. Kan-
" ""' 7m- II hV ,.,; ,
again, and this time led her to the street.
Policeman ilarlow. who had seen the
i.i . ..,. . , . .
"T """' ",'B V11' lu''"-'u, ";"""
ul ore. anu uitiii asiLaieu -wci-nerson
and his wife, with the children, from
the roof .of the shed. When they wera
all safe they were taken acoss the street
to the Four Courts, where they found shel
ter. The women and tho children wire
temporarily quartered In the police ma
tron's room. Later in the day Kahler de
veloped rmumonla. and, with hi wife, was
sent to St. John's Hosp'tal. HI3 condition
Is regarded as quite serious.
The fire was caused by a defective Hue
near the celling In the basonvnt. Bifore
any one was aroused a large portion of the
floor on the ground story and a wooden
partition which separated the dining-room
on tho first floor from the saloon In the
front of the building was burned away.
Dorris McPhcrson, a babe In arms,
aroused her mother hy her coughing. -Mrs'.
McPherson found the room was filled with
1 smoke. Th? entrance to the stairway was
cut off by the name, and they were obliged
to l-ap out the window or be burned to
Kahler and his wife were aroused about
the s-ame time by th smoke. The damage
to the building is estimated at Jl.ouO and
to the furniture and h.ir fixtures about
$1.C0. Kahler conducted the saloon in front
and McPhcrson ownd the restaurant.
Neither rarriml Insurance. Th? building It
the property of William Eher of Kirkwood.
WORLD'S FAIR BOND ISSUE.
Exposition and Municipal Ofliei.ils
Arranging Preliminaries for Sale.
President Francis and Counsel General
Blair held a conference yesterday afternoon
in Mayor Wells's office. In the City Hall,
with the Mayor, Comptroller Flavor and
CItv Counselor Bates relative to the 1
suance. at an i-arly date of ?3.000X'O worth ot
municipal bond.', as authorized by popular
vote and by ordinance, as the city's sub
scription to the World's Fair. At yostor
dav's conference only preliminaries were
Several technicalities must be satisfactor
ily arranged before Comptroller Player will
iriatruct the company that is custodian of
the cltj's bond nlatrs? to prepare the spe
cial issue. The denomination- must be de
termined and Drovislon he made for creat'on
of a sinking fund for payment ot principal
and Interest. A orlg'nally pltnned the
Issue would comprise Jj.O-jO.OCNj worth ot $1,070
Z ncr cent bonds.
Financiers anticipate that the bonds will
sell readily, and at a premium. The credit
of the cltv of St. Louis Ik said to be excel
lent. Tho bone's will be Issued by the clty
and negotiations will be conducted under
the personal supervision of the Mayor and
Don't neglect the "Want" Pages. Gome
of the 630 "Want" ads-, printed in to-day's
Republic may Interest you. Read them.
RECIPROCITY WITH CANADA.
Kansas .City Business Men Send
Petitions to Congress.
Kansas City. Mo., Feb. 5. Secretary
Begelow of the Biwrd of Trade mailed to
day to Missouri S-natore and Represen a
tlves at Washington retitlons signed by
1,CW representative business men of Kan
sas Clt'i favoring a trade reciprocity treaty
Tha petitions are the outgrowth of in
address on this rubject delivered a few
weeks ago before the Commercial Club by
Osborne Howes of Boston. The petitions
are similar to one sent to Washington by
the Boston Chamber of. Commerce.
TAILOR SHOP WAS ROBBED.
James OuisleT Exchanged Tattered
""- "'o'W o
Garments f0ir.-ew Ones.
James Oulgley, a prisoner at the Four
Courts, admits havlnr DroKen into tne
t- '- . .
tailor ehon of 'Belmdiek & Ottmer, at No.
S17 North Sixth street, and exchanging his
..old suit-Tor a new wc uu mc UiSu. oi
. In the clothes was found a letter ad
dressed 'to 'Qulgley. Detsctlve Cordell met
him on the street yesterday and placed him
under arrest. A warrant chargjnr Aurglary
and larcenr .was. Issued, azarnst by.
FLORIDA EAST COAST HOTEL 00
FOR SEASON I90I-I902.
N order that early visitors to Florida may be inconvenienced as little as possible
bv reason of a. destruction of a numhpr nf Tfftt.-1 nt -lfii-t.-.nnelll( rlitrln the re
cent disastious Mre. the ALCAZAR. AT ST. AUGUSTINE. WAS OFFNEO ON .
NOVEMUF.R 2. We also lnvdtp particular attention to the recent Improve
ments at Palm Beach. In addition to changing the location of the bridge across
Lake Worth and bringing the trains into Palm Heach Just north of the hotel!
Instead of south of them, the hotels and surroundings lu.ve been changed, and
iiupiuvt-u in aucn an extent enai pairons ot past seasons win scarce recusing
the Hotel8 In their new setting.
THE HOTEL ROYAL POINCIANA, WITH ITS iZt) VCW ROOM? APDED THIS .
DVicnM .'mT ln"rTVI! i r nnAIIC A x-?- TO m-,-. -. . ..r--". ..T-r.-. IVL'VT
iii..i.tii, ...... ,..-.. .....o i,iw jtesw-'i.?
HOTEL IN THE WORLD.
Ot-enlng and closing dates or the hotels
HOTEL PONCE DE LEON
HOTEL ROYAL POINCIANA...
HOTEL ROYAL PALM
NA-SAU. N. p. 'Bahama liland.l:
ATi ANTIC BEACH:
8:28A.M. 3:10 P.?. 8:55 P. 'A
THE FLORIDA LIMITED.
Leaves St. Louis 3:10 P. M., arrives Chattanoo
ga 5 A. M., Atlanta 8:50 A. M., Thomasville 5
P. SY!., Jacksonville 7:50 P. M., St. Augustine
8:55 P. M. next day. Much faster than any other
line. Only line running dining cars. Only line
with through observation sleeping cars St. Louis
to Florida points.
Ticket Office, 206 North Broadway.
NEWS OF THE CITY CHURCHES.
Brotherhood of St. Andrew to
Have Downtown Lenten Services.
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew has ar
ranged to have noonday Lenten services
downtown probably in the lobby of the Ful
lerton building, banning Ash Wednesday,
February 12. when an address will be given
hv nichon n s. Tuttle. Thursdav. Friday
and Satuiday of the same week the Rever
end Doctor James K. Winchester, rector of
the Church of the Ascension, will preach.
The week beginning Fibruary 17 the Rever
end E. Duckworth, rector of St. James's,
will speak, and the wetk oeglnnlne feb
ruary iM, Monday. Tuesday and Wednes
day, the Reverend Willlim Elmer, r.ctor
of St. Phl.ip's, will preach. On Thursday,
Friday and Saturday of the sirac week the
Reverend C. M. Davis dean of Cnrlst
Church Cathedral, will preach. The Rever
end Doctor R. A. Holland, rector of St.
George's, will preach the week beginning
March .1. and the Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday of the week beginning March
10 tho Reverend A. T. Toung will speak.
During the remalrder of that wck the Rev
erend William Short, rector of St. Peter's,
will speak. The week beginning March 17
the Reverend G. A. Ottmann. rector of
Holy Innocent's, will preach during the
Mrst threes diys. ami the Reverend R. E.
Lee Craig the latter three. Holy week.
March 24 to 23. the Right Reverend D. S
Tuttle will officiate.
The Reverend Martin B. Bird of Chicago,
to whom a. unan'mons call to th pastorate
of the Hope Congregational Church. Belt
and Easton avenues, was recently extend-'d.
has accepted, and will preach his first ser
mon as pastor next Sunday morning. The
Reverend Mr. Bird Is an ordainfd Congre- J
catlnnal minister, and a graduate of Chl- I
cngo I'nlvers'ty, and has been successfully
engaged In Blble-extensIon-ROrk. under the
auspices of the Moodv Bible Institute, for
several jears. The Hope churi h has been
without a pastor for a long i.rsc.
The Industrial Mission Home, located at
Seventh and Gratiot streets, has again ex
tended its work by opening an employment
bureau. This department of the work Is In
special charge of a stenographer, and it Is
believed that this will be of great ad
vantage both to employer and employe. The
Reverend A. Lichtentein Is superintendent
and Mr. Charles A. F--.rse is assistant.
Mr. Thomas A. H. Burke of Mobcrly.
Mo., will be ordained to di aeon's orders at
9.3') to-dav In the Marv BoMnger Memorial
Chapel, Twelfth and Locust streets.
The Sunday-School Institute of the Epis
copal Diocese of Missouri will hold a m et
Ing this evening at St. Mark's Memorial
Church. Bishop D. S. Tuttle and others
The Reverend Wlloon Stltt. nastor of the
Baden Presbyterian Church, will begin a !
series of gospel s'rvices at O'Fallon Park
Mission this evening.
Mr. Charles Galloway, organist for St.
Peter's Ep'scoral Church, will give the
fourth In his series of fre'-organ recitals
this nft'rnoon at 4 o'clock. Mr. G'orge Car
rie. Unor. will assist. Mr. Ga'Iowav will
play compositions by Bach. L'mmens. Guil
manl. Olgout, Salome. Buck and Lemare.
ACCIDENT TO A TOBOGGAN.
Emma Young Dashed Against Tree
Emma Young, IS years olil, who lives with
her parents at No. 2OT7 Gravols avenue,
nlth friends, while coasting down the Laml
street hill Tuesday evening in a sleigh was
thrown violently against a tree, a runner
of the sleigh striking a stone. She was
taken to the City Hospital suffering from
andoah avenue, Henry Stoppleman of Xo
1T23 Gejtr avenue and William Betz of No.
S30 South Ninth ttreet.
SEARCHES HERE FOR LOST BOY.
Clifton Tutweiler Is Being Sought
b.v llis Filtlier.
James P- Tutweiler of Clinton. Ind., Is In
St. Louis to search for his son. Clifton Tut
weiler. 18 years old. who is supposed to be
lost In the city. Cyfton came to St. Louis
last Friday from Hot Springs. Ark., where
he hail been for his health. From here he
a mother should he a source of joy to all, hut the suffering and
danger incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of misery.
Mother's Friend is the only remedy which relieves women of the great
pain and danger of maternity; this hour which is dreaded as woman's
severest trial is not only made painless, bat all the danger is avoided
by its use. Those who use this remedy are .no longer despondent or
gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions are
overcome, the system is made ready for the coming event and the
serious accidents so common to the critical
hour are obviated by the use of Mother's
Friend. "It is worth its weight in gold,"
says many who have used it. $i.co per
bottle at drug stores. Book containing
valuable information of interest-to all women, will
be sent to any address free upon application to
BRABFIELD ACOWMIOff OO.. AOamr-?!3
Hofels of the
mu is llli. l,.tLUL-..3 J i-L...-i... .-- -
of the Florida East Coast Hotel Company,
Now open. Clomps Mav-1. 19C:.
JOSRaII P finSWE1!, Marasr.
Now open. C'oes May l. 1302.
JOSHPII P. GRn.W'nS. Manager.
. Now open. Closes April 13. 1D0Z.
ROBI3RT MURRAY. Manager.
Now open. Clones April 14, 1502.
ANDKRrON A PP.ICE. Managers.
Now open. Closes April 2. 1902,
FRED STCRRY. Manttgr.
Now open. Closes April S. 1501
FRED STERP.Y. Manager.
Now open. Closes April 2. 1C2.
H. W MERRILL. Manager.
Now open. Clones April 9 I've.
H. E. BEMIS. Manager.
Now open. Closes Apiil 2. 1902.
H, K. Bn.MIS Manager.
Opens April 2. Closes Sept. 1. 1502.
H. W. MERRILL. Manager.
Every shareholder in this Bil
lion Dollar Corporation should
read the special analysis of its
physical and financial condi
tions, which will soon appear
New York Oommeboisl.
Thn NKW YOHK COMMERCIAL Is Issued
Every Business Morning It is the only Xatlcnal-Buaincs-Xenrpaper.
Subscription !5.0j a ear; &3
cents a menth.
THREE MONTHS' TRLV.L FOR 11.00.
390 Broadway. NEW TORK
9 HOUWS TO
via :b. ; o. a-w.
Ticket Offices: Commercial Building.
6th and Olive; Union Station.
Main Office. Laclede Bulldlnc.
FOURTH AND OLIVE STS.
1J.BI3 Offices. 50.000 lilies Pole Llr.e.
2S3.003 Miles cf Wires. IZ Atlantic Cnh'.fa.
Includinc the only direct cable to Ccimany.
GUICK SERVICE !
Telephones: IlclL H-ln lSo'S: Klnbch. A 1C3.
Read Republic "Wn.it" ads.
If son vroald necare tlie ttcst clan
of "Help." niMertise In Tlie Republic.
AH elrusKists tnlic Repulillc "Wanf
wrote his father that lie- was short of
money, anj reo.uestel a'ir.itional means.
Jlr. Tutweiler telecrarlieel a railroad tick
et here to his hon. hut received no response
and his son did not return home. Inquiry
s.howd that the ticket had not been called
for. Jlr. Tutv.eiler then drcidi-d to come to
Pt. Louis to investigate the disappearance
"I am sure something happened to my
son." said Mr. Tutweiler. "or he would have
ccme on home. He was n anxious to re
turn as we were to have him."
Detectives' have been defined to Investi
gate the case, but no trace of the missing
youth has been found.
JacoD -ioore. li ears oiu. ot -o. d- e-uie
pnrtmeni in tne searen. jir. .uoore sain
his son might be found about the downtown
news stands re'lir.g papers.
Tony Prurning. St years old. ha" teen
mining from hU home at No. 4223 Pleasant
tr-et Mner Mon'lay. Ilii relatives fear
ing that seme harm m-iy have befallen him.
h-ivi called upon the police for as-istanco
in the search.
Tench llnil All Killed.
El'berry. Mo.. Feb. Z. The fruit growers
of this section say. since examining th'ir
trees, that there will be no peaches in thii
paction, owing to the- cold spell during De
cember. Every mother feels a
great dread of the pain
and danger attendant upon
the most critical period
of her life. Becoming
fl, A. SELKIRK & CO,,
Auction and Storage
Rtjular Mle every Saturday at warehouse nd
Cnrral ofle-s. l0i-13-i; Chouteau ave. Bales la
res dencca a 5PclaIty. Phone KInIo;h C 1ST.
S'.'msei flnr JfinaKer. Tit ard 71 Washlnsuja
aie. Aurtion ?a!ea cf salvage rcercl.-anJlte-uatcli
fur special notices.
A. A. SELKins. Auctioneer.
O LY IS P fC ' At&isT
Regular Matinee Saturday.
JAiMICE MEREDITH. J
Beginning Sunday Night and All Week.
MJ.VT AI.K FROiJHESsIXG. ji
.tMl COMPAXY OF T5,
In Wlllard Spencer's Comedy Opera Hit,-.
IViiSS SOB WHITE,
next mnm, benefit
BUDD M A ftiTZ, Treasurer
QslU SJR At 8:15.
Augustus Thomcs' Great Play
REGULAR MATIXEE SATURDAY.
Beginning Sunday Night.
SKATS :OW OX SALE.
Afternoon Concert Only To-Day. -
Great Wagner Programme To-MoJ-
ODEO& ALHfEEK. "
The Most Wonderful Oreinizatln That Evr
VUitPd st. Loals. -
ROYAL SfALlAN BAND
W Musicians. GIu'pje Creatore, Conductor."
Every v enln;): Except Th jrsday at 8:15.
Wed . Taurs. and :at Afternoon nti.
Pn'sss, 25c and 50c. Tidteis at Bo!lnnV
QDEQ&l THURSDAY, FEB.67
POPULAR CHORAL CONCERT. -
Failing's "Qayiireak," Gojnod's "6all!a"'
ill - ELECTRA CLIFFORD, -oprano. ololst"
MucnLlcent Cliorns of 300 Voices.,
Syiiiiilmny Orclientrn ot (10 Musicians.
UNDER DIRI.CTIOX OF ALFRED ER!S3T.'
TicKets at tollman's. 1100 dine rtrett.
ALL T1II3 WEEK AND NEXT SUNDAXi
Will 31. Ctnsy and Mile. Taglloae.
Rl'inbe Iayn". Smith and Campbell- .
31 iosley an'l Carlisle. Quaker Oty Quartet. ' -G!lErt
Sarony. 3'ierett Trio. ,.,
&-St. Ixcn Family 5 Haby Mildred.
Ozav and Delmo. Ed Cannon
Jcftn ilcNarate. Tl.e Ayrescoye
1: Kc 20c. Orchestra C3ialrs. Restn-ed. SW. -
Sstnrdsjr. . .
Nlsltt Trices 13.
Oond - eats. He
No Higher. s
Sunday Hat. Nett "The Telephone Girl."
OT. UATIUCC Tn tlV sndCvsra V'
, 3B mMimuu iu-umi -o,ata.V,
TO.TS t-ftt-m People. I;i TjcI
People. In tidl Tea. .
CU'l. Jldt, .fil ill Akdgfcu ilCIV,
.... T-. X- Tl 'Damvj Uavi'l
25cnstlnecs Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday ..
lTce ISa'Vn a LIOH'S HEAUt;
eun. Mat. Next "Th- Fatal Weddlnr-"
Next Attraction FRED IRWIN'S BIG SHOW.
COOK -MD CHAXMXG Al"E9. .
Fastest Skater ln
V. the World. ' i-
AVILL SKATE McKIXJSEY : '
THCHSIJAV EVCMXC, FEBRCAIW .
BOSTON to GIBRALTAR, NAPLES,
etmi ii..l ATCPaNW!. FfiVPf.
- SilLHtOS A follows:
CoiiimonTvenlth. Feb. 12.
Cnmbroman, Feb. 26.
ni-rnt- nntl tours nnnlv tn RT?HAH1S.
MILLS & CO.. 77 Slate St.. Boston-or J. Fj
BIJAD1 & CO . WIJ Pine St.. Et. Leuls. Ji.l
rim? lur naiiics
WORLD'S FAIR WORK;
Notice to Contractors.
St. XmOm. Feb. 4. 1Xi,-n
Sal'tl propcsals atMre-sed to th
win be reMlvvM at his otflce, room No- jOS Odayi
Fellows' building- until 11 o'cloclr. noon, on-ttar
Mth day or February. . tor the eoaitrqctiMi z
ot brick, sewer and wooden waterway for cerwsr
tributaries o River des Peres, in nottlra.
wrtlop ot Forest Park. . oey '
l"in and speeiacatlona can be r on .na,
atlfr February 3. at tbe otflce of Richard H.-''
Phillip. Cblet-Engtoeer ateg -
Iilrector.oi worKF. Lfluuiana irarcaast sxao, a
in l All
Trade Supplied by 3 '''
E B ADAM HOTil GROCERT CO. w9" -
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