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THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, JUNE 20. 1902.
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First Day'" Session of the Associa
tion at Macon Was Largely
heim rur "itciai..
Macon, Mo, June 11 The tenth annii-U
es'lonof.the North Missouri Medical Asso
ciation began tnl" rnorn'ns In the rooms or
the Macon CiUb The attendance Is large.
Xrarlv ever town north of St. Louis and
Kansas C tj Is riprescnted
InsteTl of holding a complete session
L I III III1I1 11.11 IIIC UVUUn H1.VCJllU ...i.......
'. l-l.c- invitation to visit the Acadamy
f ami flower K.irdens and were driven out in
vvtull hos anl carriages
In the jffernoon the Reverend 15 S JIc-
I en lOUS M 13KOWX DOCTOR 1 YATES
"f Jlon-.c Cits Trejl
!nt of th North Mill
ie iir iledical A-cla
Of Callao Vice Presi
dent of the North Mis
souri Medical Associa
tion Kenzie. rector of St. James Church, dellv-
red tho Inocation
In his welcome on behalf of the city Col
onel Blees paid a high tribute to the profes
sion Uoc-tor P XV. Allen of Calla welcomed the
visitors on the part of the County Medical
Association Response was made by Doc
tor C H Wallace of St. Joseph.
Messages of condolence were wired Doc
tors J J Norton of Monroe City and J.
V.' Alexander of Anabel, who are ill Pa
pers were read by Doctor F XV. Burke of
lacletle and J W Allen of Libert j , and ex
Ircsldent S M Brown of Monroe City
delivered his address to-night. He was
followed by Doctor J. M Jackson of Kan
pas Citj on "Reorganization ' A banquet
concluaed the da's p-oceedlngs.
HIGH &CIIOOI, GRADUATES.
Tncnt-Sccn of the Clnns of 1902
Bghtern joung ladles and nine joung
men, comprising the class of "02 of the East
St Louis High School, were graduated last
iilght. receiving their diplomas from Al.
Keechler. president of the East St. Louis
bchool Board. An interesting programme
The clus of twenty-ieven Is the largest
ever graduated al the East St. Louis High
School, and the cowd which filled the au
ditorium of tilt High School broke the rec
ord Mani could rot g-t Inside the High
School building and were compelled to stand
outside on the grounds and listen to the
Decorators and florists spent the entire
'.a at work on the auditorium and left It
n fair land of potted plants and flowers.
The rtage was half hidden b big palms and
...:, a. ,vlM injroi -'J " ii"1"-
A terrible chill, raging fever, pro
fuse sweating every other day. That's
the genuine old-fashioned ajme.
Periodical headaches, neuralgia,
indigestion, sore muscles, aching
bones, extreme debility. That's the
dumb ague, or malarial poisoning.
You can kill every malarial germ
in your blood quickly, positively, by
taking the never-failing remedy for
all malarial troubles
HesisaMtlt. Allirmu. .
yT Merit Manu.
facturlng Co. pur
chased 1,000 Em
broidered Fronts in
came late. We bought
them and had them
made up iato the
sweilest waists ever
shown in St. Louis.
They are S3. 00 value.
Ail day Friday they
ferns. An orchestra was stationed In front
of the stace.
After nn orchestral number Walter If.
Mann, president of the class. deliered the
Introductory address. Arnold Tompkins,
principal of the Chlcaco Normal School,
delivered an address to the graduatinc
class He was followed by Al Keechler,
who presented the diploma Mr. Keech
ler delivered an address to the gTadoates,
telling them the battle they had had with
their books from which they had emerged
with fljlng colors, was the easiest part of
the battle of life upon which they were
to enter He wished them as much suc
cess in the battle of life as they had had
In the battle for knowledge in the school.
The nam." of the graduates are:
Mary Albertson. Hazel Carroll,
Laura Bell. Ophelia Fekete.
Maggie May Bunn, Anita Griffin.
L--onora Lalumier, Agnes Kichee.
Bertha Irons. Mary McBride.
Maude Merarland, Viola McGafllean.
Clara Memts, Prudence Moody,
Bessie Price. Louis Tabb.
Ethel Van Cleave, Luella Van Cltave,
W. D. Buchanan, Robert Krcsse.
Arthur Freelsv Udgar Hlssrich.
JCathan Lelvy. Walter Mann,
Joseph McClelland, James Miller
l'RSn.IE ACAI1UMV ETCRCISEi.
l'ortj -Third Annmil Commencement
of Alton School.
The fort) -third annual commencement of
the tTrsullne Academy at Alton took place
yesterday morning. The. exercises w ere held
held at the academy in East Third
street and were witnessed by the friends
and relatives of the graduates, in ad
dition to the clergj of the clt.
Diplomas were awarded by the Reverend
I Father Thomas E Cusack, assistant pastor
; of Sd. Peter and Paul s Cathedral, in State
street, to Misses Marv E. Phajer, Agnes
-ujan anu -imirei is curate, ine prin
cipal address was delivered b the Rever
end Fatl-er D. J. Rjan of Springfield, III,
brother of the salutatorlan
In addition to tho addresses the following
programme was given: Entrance March.
Mifises Luer and Colbert; chorus, "When
Life in It's Beauty," seniors, piano accom
panist. Miss M. A. Bertrcan; salutatory,
"The Promise of the Dawn Golden Hours,"
Miss Agnes C. Ryan; Instrumental duet,
"My Regiment." Misses Pha.ver and Bert
man, chorus, "Nest Building;" essay, "And
All These Fulfill the Boundless Purpose of
Their King," .Miss Mildred B Curdle; in
strumental duet, "Danse Caprice." Misses
Dolan and Colbert; chorus, "Bring Sweet
Blossoms," seniors, piano accompanist. Miss
Josephine Waters; symbolic gifts, "Tho
Beatitudes" Mfsses Phaser. Curdle. Ron.
I P.crtman, Hackett. Pleper, Katie Sheehan.
Mclnerney, licien bneman, .Mcuinnin and
Conlej ; Instrumental duet. "Marche MUI
taire," Misses Hartman and Conley; cho
rus, "Hjmn to the Sacred Heart," seniors,
p'ano accompanist Misa T Luer; valedic
tory. "MmorIes That Have Passed Back
Into the Shadows Forever," Miss Mary E.
0E CIIADPATE GETS DIPI.OIIA.
Eirrclici Murk Close of Term nt St.
Honors were conferred upon Miss Letltii
Osierman. the only graduate from the
school this jear, jesterday morning at 10
o'clock at St. Joseph's Academy, Minne
sota and Kansas avenues Graduating ex
ercises at the convent are held privately,
none being present but tho school and
those taking part in the programme The
Reverend lather Clement presented Miss
Letltla Osterman. who opened tnc pro
gramme with a song. The last number
was tho conferring of the diploma and the
bestowing of seniors honors, preceding
which Miss Osterman also sang "The Violet
and the Ivy "
Those who took part in the programmo
were Misses Weber, Schlfferdecklr. Bermel,
Paulcttc. Hoffmelster, Walsh. Morrlssey,
Guanella, M Murphy, Casey, Winters, En
derlln. Daly, Mahony, Bishop K. Murphy,
Ahem, Lahw, Leorncy and McMerriman.
J. C. AYES CO, Lertll, Mxu.
ARTHUR W. GREELEY,
Professor of zoology.
DEGREES AWARDED TO
Closing Exercises of Washington's
Law and Undergraduate
The commencement exercises of tho lnw
and undergraduate departments of Wash
ington Univerbity were held last night at
the Odeon. A large number of the friends
and relatives of the classes graduated at
tended. Professor Wlnfield S. Chapfin. dean of
tho university, conferred upon sixteen
young men and women the degree of
bachelor of arts; upon two young men tho
decree of bachelor of science in civil en
gineering; upon one student tha degree of
bachelor of science In chemical engineer
ing; upon forty-sis young men the degree
of bachelor of laws; upon threo young
Women and one young man the degree of
master of arts.
Tha exercises wero propeded by music
Tho Reverend William Short offered praj
er. Then followed the first oration. "A
Problem of To-Day," by Frederick Scheel.
Samuel W. Fordar then read an essay up
on "Cements " Miss Anna Battle read an
essay on "Alfred the Great."
After an interlude of light music George
N. King delivered an oration upon "lho
I'rofennor Chaplin llcvleirii Gift.
Professor Chaplin then reviewed the chief
event In tho history of the university in
the jears jUbt ended, referring to the prin
cipal gifts, such as that of Robert Brook
ings by which the university ai.uulred tha
former St. Louis Club buudlng, and the
gift of M00.0W by Mrs. Elizabeth A. Howe.
He also spoxc ot me iotea lo iuc "-
slty by tho death of supporters and faculty
members, speaking especially of Professor
Waiernouse, who was lor so many ears a
member of the corps of Instructors.
Frofeifoor Curtli. dean of the la school,
then announced the prize-winners and tho
list of high average graduates. The ''The
Bls Prize." J50, orfered for tho best thesis
upon a legal subject, was awarded to Loyal
Leonard. B. S , Trinity College. The "Alum
ni Prize," also J50, oifcrcd tor the highest
general average In two years' and In the
llnal examination, was giv en to Lewis Lus
ter. The high average men of the senior clas3,
those who averagod more than isi per cent,
were as follows: Arthur P. Burgess, bamuol
A. Burgess. A. B. Washington University;
John M. Coleman. Francis X- Hlemenz. Wil
liam L. Igoc, Robert Kelley. Arnold Loewen
stein, Lewis Luster, Charles C. Mann, Wal
ter J. G. Neun and Alonzo C. WhiLson. Tho
high average men of the Junior class were
Franklin Miller, Dwight V. Davis, Lin R
Brokaw, Paul 1. Prosscr. lewis Lehmann,
Everett P. Grlfllln. Thomas N. Dysaxt,
John C Comley, Benjamin Klrby and L011I9
Professor Chaplin announced changes In
the faculty and corps of instructors neces
sitated for the coming j ear.
evr 3Ieniberji of Faculty.
Chancellor W. S. Chaplin announced tha
appointment of eignt new instructors for
next year. Robert H. Fernald of Orono.
Me., has been appointed to nil the chair of
mechanical engineering, to succeed Profes'
sor J. H. Kinoaly, who resigns to practice
his profession in Boston.
Mr. Fernald Is a graduate of the Maine
State CoIIese. taking a degree In mechani
cal engineering in 1332. Recently he has
been connected with the Cas School of
Applied Science at Cleveland. O. He re
ceived the degree of doctor of philosophy
at Columbia Unlvprsity In 1302.
Arthur XV. Greeley, a graduate of Leland
Stanford Junior University In 1838. becomes
professor of zoology. For two ycare h ,
was assistant profesior of zoology at hia
alma mater and In 1902 closed a course of
study at Chicago University. During the
past year Proftsoor S. II. Coutr has been
giving a single course in this stud, but
In the future ha will confine his timo en
tirely to botany.
Frederick M. Mann assumes the chair
of architecture. He was graduated from
the civil engineering department of the
University of Minnesota In 1S3S. Since 1S98
he has been In business In Phlladalphia.
Samuel W. Forder. Bachelor of Science
from Washington University In class of
1302, H appointed instructor in chemistry
and Sherman Leavltt. Bachelor of Science
from Wishlngton University, class of 13CC.
has been appointed instructor of chemistry.
Irwin Rautenstrauch. graduited from the
University of Missouri In lf7 and since
then Kraduate student In the department
of Germanic language it Chicago Univer
sity, has b"cn appointed instructor In Ger
man. Hia homo is in Sedalia. Mo.
William XV. Keysor. graduated from the
Unlvcrsitv of Minnesota In 1379. Is appoint
ed professor of law. His home is in Omaha.
Neb. Mr Keor. from the time of his
graduation until 181. was "uperlntendent
of ?cpoo1.m at Austin, Minn. In liS3 he was
graduated from the St I.ouls Law School.
Since 191 he Ini been Judge of the District
Court of Omaha.
P. R. Goodwin, graduated from the Uni
GRADUATING CLASS OF THE BELLEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL.
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Heading from left to right: First row anises Kstella Aln Harris, Estella A. Hotish, Mollie Frances Joerfr,
Frieda Semmelroth. Anna Ade'.le WaRn er, Ardell Elizabeth Ward-and 51. Ma y Wise. Second row MUses Marie M.
Itautb, Minnie E. Spies, OIlie May B.it dorf, Emelia A. Braeutlsiam, Hazel Merkrr. Elsie Leopold and Elsie A. Leas
feldor, salutatorlan. Rear row Arthur XV. Baltz, president and valedictorian; vr McKenrfc. Waiter A. Dew and
Arthur W. Bleser.
To-night at Llederkranz Hall. Belleville, a
class of eighteen, fourteen young ladles and
four young men, will bit graduated from the
Belleville High School. The Llederkranz
Hall has been handsomely decorated In the
class colors, green and white.
The programme will be as follow:
Ptona, duet. 1L May Wlas and EaUUs D.
WILLIAM v KEYaun,
Appointed professur of law at Washington
versity of Maine In 13W and from 1300 until
1MI iiistiucivir In that Ii.mltutlon, is ap
pointed Instructor In civil eiiin-crms. Re
cent! ho Iuls bctu connected wltn tho
American Bridge company at Pittsburg.
'lhose Who Ueeeied I)c-rci'.
The following received degrees.
Bnchilor of Alts. Anita 1'. Battle. Edith
Ch.implln. Miriam coste, Blanche Flanigan,
Mai L. ITu.ma.1. Eulth L. UlaJfelte', Max
. Jacobs, Marshall Joiinsion, Paul D.
Kellcter, Alice 1. Muench, Harry M. Pol
lard. 1 I.Hcncc t5. .Sclip.de, Frederick E.
he heel, Joseph L. Stern Mrs Alice F. Tltt
iiiann and Joseph A. Williams
Bachelor of Sj lence. In civil engineering
Francis T. e Jtts and Rolx rt 1. -Murpi.y In
elHmlcil eiialeeriiu SiunucI W. 1 order.
Bachelor of Liws Francis E Baldwin;
Aithur llasactt. A. I! . Missoun State Cnl
vcrslt, Samuel XV. B ixter. Ph. B. Illinois
College, Rudvltih i Ruder, Arthur P. Bur
(cess, Samuel A Burgess. A. 11., Washing
ton Untveroltyl John M. Carney. Arthur B.
Oramlcr A 11, William Jcvell Collose;
John M Coleni.tn, Stephen Cornelius, Tru
man L. Crowiler, B, B.. Blnckliurn Unlver
sltyj Walter lvehm, Geore Do.igherty, A.
1! Christian Brothers' ColIesc; Roy M.
Ellers. A B , Wa"nington Unlvvrlly; Chris
topher P. Ellerbe. Jr.. A. ,. Vale L?nlver
sity; Victor H. Falkenhaiiier, Mut XV.
Feuerbaeher Francis X. (leraghty, Henry
J. Gorln. MaoVelgli Hnrrismi, A. M., the
University uf the Sotithl Francis X. Hle
raer.z, Samuel W Hughrs, William I. Imc,
Jtoliert Kelley, Charles A, Ktnktt, C. Wil
liam Koenlg Hi S, IMIchtot Coll!rei Loyal
L Leonard B P , Trinity College! Arnold
Loewensteln, Lewii I.vister, CliarUr 0.
Mann. Henry 0 Marsh. A B . William
Jeweli College! Alexander J. U, JJeun,
Jnmes T is'tvillc. LI It., Missouri Stnte
University Clm'-les 9 rriee, Io G. RiP'
sleur. Xelson A Rlckerl, ilenry C, Rl!V,
Jr. Chirles X Rlnq-. Chnrls (, flfiult. II.
9 , William Jewell Collpgel Mtrk A. Stied,
A M . (leorgttown unlvenKyl Nathan
Stelner. William J. Wes'eler. A. B . Wa-h-lnqton
Unlv er.t ; Hlbliird C. V littehllt,
Alonzo C Wlilton. Tord I,iB Wilson.
Master of Arts Roger C Hntehi A, IJ..
Harv-erd University. 1W, In riglNi Ocllla.
Ij. Hosps A. B., WnsliInRtort Unlvprsity,
ISM. In German: Althen FomerTille. Ph. B ,
I'niversltr of CWeaso, lTOl in rfiiRllEhl
Miry U. Trail A. B., AVashlngton Unlver-'
slty, 1!. in history.
aRA.mT.vrns op sfi ii.pno'trsi
Thirty-Two Pnplls Ilerelvc HnnoM nt
Eight grammar pupils an! twentnfour
raus-le pupils of St. Alphonsus's Hlh Hhoot
Were graduated last night with llif usur.l
exercises, whleh were wilnepsed by many
of the friends and relatives of the clashes
One of the features of tlv proarnmme was
a pretty little drania enllllpd "Th World's
Tlllor." tv h(. Mlwpa M. lt'nntr 1. R1.11IIV.
M Simpson, h. Iltnehe', 13. AlurnasiiaM
and C Riley. Honorp were conferred itpjn
the following' MIspps Blanche Hogan. Until
Hlnehe. Katlierln IInrrisi)l, Marv .Acres
Scully, riorenee Hlncher Mary Simpson,
Siargaret A Blong ami EUBafeelli Murnn-
In mulc. Misses O Hnrrptt, M. rrndv,
N Butler, K. Byrn, G, Collum, C. Cimmdi,
r. Grogory, E Hnrlnetl, J. lianlou, 8,
Heckermcer, I. Jennings, E. Jpnklns. II,
King, H Koeter, H. t.ons, M. Metnberg, J.
McDonald H Jlurphj, M, Powers, C. Rp
pan. M. Shay. A. Blemker, E. Wlsscrt and
Master D, Sarll.
Tencliern n , renin. III,
Arcoli. 111., Juno 19. The folltiwlnr hnre
been elected le-vehers of the S'tllild
schools: Principal. J. T, Hninps: avitt.vntE,
llertha Graham. Ethel Hemphill and Mary
Phillips, Two places remain vacant,
M0T0RMAN DIES OF INJURIES.
Harvey Kitselmun Hurt in Forest
narrey Kltnelmnn, tha motorman on the
Chouteau avenue lino of tho St, Louis Tran
sit Company, who was Injured In the col
lision In Torest Pnrk Iat rriday night,
died at the St. John's Hospital yesterday
The trolley pole of a Laclede, avenue enr
Mlpped from the wiry, leaving the car In
the dark Kltselman's car dashedlnto tha
rear, wrecking both cars and lnjurlns ten
persons. Kitselman was burled undef the
wreck of his own car.
The Mntnal Life Iiisarnnep Company
New York. June 19, 1501. Lord raunee
fote, the Ambus'nilor of thp British Govern
ment to th United Staton, was quite
heavily Insured In the Mutual IJfe Insur
ance Company of New York and tho claim
was, of course. Immediately pnld upon his
death He was not Insured In any other
Amorlcap company, but he'd policies Issued
by the beat known English institutions
Celebrates Ills Birthday Anniversary.
Eureka Springs. Ark , June 19 Dr. R. S.
James, the venerable Episcopal minister,
celebratrd his seventv -eighth birthday an
nversar last night Tvo jears ago he re
tired from the pulpit full of honors ac
quired during fifty jears continuous ser
vice. Salutatory. "An Idfal." Miss Elale Ltngfeldtr.
Quarrel acene, "Jullua Caesar," Anna A. Was
ne rand Mollie F. Joers-
German essay, "Die Hoffnuns." Frieda Sem
melroth. Class poem. Ardell E. Ward.
Claaa motto. "Self-Rellance la the Key to Sne
eeaa." Eatella. A Harris.
Debate. "Resolved. That the civilized man n
lora more happlnens than the barbarian." Af
nraULtlva, liarfa M. Itauth, Edgar McKenzle;
ROBERT II FERNALD,
Professor of mechanical engineering.
MILWAUKEE The Prohibition Conven
tion has chose-n a full State ticket, headed
b E. XV. Drako of Milwaukee for Gover
nor. MILWAUKEE In the convention of th
Junior Order United American Mechanics, a
committee was appointed to confer with a
similar committee of the so-called Insurgent
faction to receive propos lis with relation to
bringing about harmony The committee
is to report at the next convention.
MILWAUKEE The National Eclectic
Medical Association selected Indianapolis as
the next convention clt. Elected officers.
SHELBY. X C A portion of a mixed
train on the South Carolina and Georgia
Extens.on Railroad went through a steel
bridge into Broad River. One man was
killed and fourteen persons injured.
DES MOINES The E. S. Donehey sales
of short horn cattle yielded 57o9vj0 for
nlnetj.nlne head. One herd of KO brought
an aggregate of JW.lM). Fort -nine heifers
LONDON The substitute of the Reverend
Joseph Parker, mlnfster of tho City Tem
ple, has asked for the praers of the con
gregation in behalf of Doctor Parker, the
state of whoso health is occasioning grave
DES MOINES The Iowa State Register
has been sold to George B Roberts United
States Director of the Mint. For 32 jears
It has been owned by the Clarkson Bro
thers. Tho price for the property is re
ported to be JISS.O'O
LEXINGTON. VA. At the graduiting ex
ercises of Washington and Lee Unlvcrsitv,
Isador Strauss of New York, delivered the
address at tho unveiling of a monument to
William L. Wilson, late president of the
NEW YORK A new steamship line be
tween New York and North Brazil has been
decided on by tha Hamburg-American
THOMAS RICHESON'S MEMORIAL
Former Presidents of Merchants'
Exchange Adopt Eesolutions.
Resolutions in memory of Thomas Rlche
son, who for some time previous to his
death was tho oldest living ex-president
of the Merchants' Exchange, were adopted,
at a meeting of tho directors and cx-presl-dents
of that bod yesterda afternoon
The resolutions wero prepared by the fol
lowing committee, named by President Tan
scy: Alex. H Smith, Marcus Bernhelmer
and Web M. Samuel.
Thomas Hichson was elected president of
the Merchants' Exchange In 1SU. He gave
generousl of his time and energy in pro
moting the welfare of that Institution. Of
late jears he had not been a frequent vis
itor on the floor of tho exchange, but
whenever he appeared he was given a
The rostrum of tho exchange will bo
draped In mourning for thirty days. Tho
directors and ex-presidents will meet in the
directors' room at 2 p. m. to-day and pro
coed in a body to the funeral. A handsome
I'oral offering was ordered by the ex-prest-dent.
BAR ON LOUISIANA CATTLE.
England Retaliates Against Oppo
sition to Mule Shipments.
Baton Rouge, La, June 19 Governor
Heard has been notified by the British Con
sul that Louisiana cattle will be shut out
of South Africa. This action Is believed to
he In retaliation for Heard's protest to the
State Department against mule shipments
and the operations of tha British camp at
PLANTER SHOT BY ASSASSIN.
Arkansas Feud Leads to Killing of
Young James Cross.
Little Rock. Ark.. June 19. James Cross,
son of Captain J. C. Cross, of this city,
was assassinated last night at their planta
tion near Pendleton. Desha county, by a
negro named Martin Nash. The klll'ng Is
said to he the result of an old feud be
tween the Cross family and another promi
nent family of the neighborhood.
Fonrih Set of Twins in rnmlly.
Topeka. Kas , June 19 The wife of 'Wil
liam Martin, a Greeley County farmer, has
given birth to tw n boys, they being the
fourth set of twins born to that couple In
succession There are thirteen children In
negative, Arthur W. Bleser. Emelia A. Braeutt
gan. Piano eolo, "Impromptu Mazurka," Elsa Leo
pold. German o-atlon. "Deln GIneck." Minnie Solea.
oration. "Home," Ollle M Batdort. P
Valedictory. "Edmund Burke," Arthur XV.
Bong. "Hall and Farewell." class.
Preeentatlon of diplomas by President A. M.
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you will never want to do without It. Aa a
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from the husband and father 2on to tie tiny
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the Cre out more quickly than anything else
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Call for Mme. Yale'a 85-pag 'Guide to Beau
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We tell lime Yule's Complexion Cream at cut
prices and are her St. Louis agents.
Wolff-Wilson Drug Co.,
Sixth and Washington Ave.
FEAR FRANCE WILL FORTIFY
POINT NEAR HONG-KONG.
British Agitated Over Pnrehase of
Chinese Ground, Ostensibly
for a Uoapltnl Site.
Tacoma. Wash., Juno 19. Telegrams re
ceived at Yokohama Just before the Victoria
sailed, announce that the French have pur
chased the promontory of Katai,near Macao,
a Portuguese settlement. In the vicinity of
The point was secured for J120.C00 for the
ostensible purpose of establishing a naval
hospital for the use of the French fleet In
Thlo promontory commands the approach
to Linton Bay and part of Hong-Kong har
bor. Tho English at Hong-Kong are much
disturbed and have protested to the Pekln
Government that the sale should not have
It Is feared that France will fortify Katal,
as the French have lost no opportunity In
the last three ears of strengthening their
position In Southern China.
EPW0RTH MEETING IS OVER.
Sebsion at lloberlv Most Successful
League Has Held.
Moberly, Mo.. June 19 The eighth annual
I Epw orth League conference of the Metho
dist Church. South, closed a three days'
session her to-night, this being the most
successful and largest attended conference
ever held In the Mexico District. Doctor
XV. B. Palmore of St. Louis preached the
closing sermon to-night.
The morning exercises consisted In part
of papers by various leagues, music and
devotional exercises Among the papers
was one by M1S9 Jessie Ferguson, subject
"Devotional Deportment," and "A Study In
Methodist Genealogy." by Miss Katherina
Randolph of Fulton. A good talk was
trade by Doctor J. H. Jackson of Fulton on
"Our Own Church Literature."
Mrs. Stackard. president of tho Cotty Fe
male College, Nevada, delivered an excel
lent address. Miss Helen Cross of Mexico
read a carefully prepared paper in "Our
Own Mission and Mlsior.aries " and Miss
Nettie Moterman of Mexico followed with a
paper on "The Evangelization of the
World." These two papers were among the
best presented to the conference
The following officers wera elected for the
ensuing 3 ear: President, the Reverend T.
A Britt. Mexico; vice president, tha Rev
erend H. E. Stout. Clark; secretary. Miss
Adah Jones Montgomery City; treasurer.
Doctor G. C. Emerson. Centralla; junior
superintendent. Miss Helen Cross. Mexico;
Auxvasse was selected as the next meet
75 Cents to ?1.50 Excursion,
Via Big Four to Bunker Hill, Pana, Litch
field, Hlllsboro. Shelbyvllle, Mattoon and
way stations. Train leaves 8.32 a. m. Sun
day, June I2d Tickets Broadway and
Chestnut or Station.
Boy Drowned In north Canadian.
Oklahoma City, Ok.. June 19 Mark Gru
sel. aged 13. was drowned here to-day
while bathing with with several companions
in the North Canadian River. He got be
ond his depth and could not swim.
TVrljrht Connty Teachers Institute.
Hartvilic Mo.. June 19 The annual
Teachers' Institute of Wright County Is now
In session at Mountain Grove The con
ductor Is Professor John D. Watson of Se-
ted Rough Hands Etching Palms
and Painful .Finger Ends
Urlt llipll I I lltn I flEMi I
Soak the hands on retiring in a strong, hot, creamy
lather of CUTICURA SOAP. Dry, and anoint freely
with CUTICURA, the great skin cure and purest of
emollients. Wear, during the night, old, loose kid gloves,
vith the finger ends cut off and air holes cut in the palms.
For red, rough, chapped hands, dry, fissured, itching,
feverish palms, with shapeless nails and painful finger
ends, this treatment is simply wonderful.
ftfiilHons of Worsen Use Cuticura Soap
Assisted by Ccticura Ointjilnt, for preserving:, purifyimr, and beautify.
Ing the skin, for eleanslns the scalp of cruns, scales, and dandruff, and the
stopping of falling hair, for softeninp;, whitening, and soothing red, rongh,
and ore hauls, for baby rash-; and chafing?, In the form of baths for
annoying irritations and inflammations of women, or too free or offensive
perspiration, in the form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses, and many
sanative, antiseptic purpose. which readily suggest themselves, as well as
for all the purpocs of the toilet, bath, and nursery.
CtrnoniA Rrsoi.vir-r Tills (Chocolate Coated) are a new. tasteless, odorless, econom
ical Bnltitntefortheccl'iiratetlliqiiidConcccA IlEsoLVE.Tr.as well as for all other blood
punners ami hnmour r..rei. rut up in scre-v-capped pocket vials, containing 0 doses,
price -iic CtmcUKA Tills are alterulve, antiseptic, tonic, and digestive, and beyond
piiMtion tha purest, sweetest, most suonnsral and economical blood and akin purifiers,
humojr cures, ted tocli-digcstives yet compounded.
Complete Extcrnnl and Internal Treatment for Every Humour, $1.00.
tJ.Z ... ConslstliiR of CnnctinA Soai iV-. to cleanse the skin of crnsta
? IIBIPSI ?Pa " cs aml "ea Ult thickened cuticle; CtrncCHA OrNTSHMT.
Siii5Ja3.!l2r'0c-? fe-ntantlr a'kr itclilnp anu lnfliraniatloa. and soothe and
heal; an I Coticitka Resolvent Tills, 25c, to cool and cleansa
Tlif Sot SSI Ul blood. A -jikcle Sir Is often snfliclent to cure the most
I lie Ol-l Ol -torturlnjr, dlflurlnR. itchlnjr. burnlny and scaly skin and blood
homorrs, eczemas, rasLei, and irrittibn. with los of hair, when all elae falls. Sold
throug'iout the world, iJntl-li Depot 2T W. Charterhouse Sq, London. French Denot:
ft Eac da la l'alx, Tarls.'tt'oiTEB Usuo jlsb c&ul. Cost, Sole Trops., Sottas, v, sTeU
It's absolutely terrible that you have bo
rrany trials. There's a. way in which yon
can certainly remedy matters, Mr. Com-
' plainer Como to the Meyor Store and
1 let us supply your many wants and do
' it in a reasonable wvy. Cur prices are
surely the convincing argument tbst'a
carrj-lnir the cro-vd to The Meyer Store.
Any man can shop here at a Bavlng tt'a
only fair to give us an opportunity to
hela you. On Summer Clothing tbere'o a
saving here always of many dollars on
others' prices. And won't you pocket
that difference? On Men's Shoe It la
known already that The Meyer Storo
makes prises that axe peculiarly known
1 here and not elsewhere. On Furnlshlnga
In general, men, there's money to ba
made by coming to ue for them. Whafa
the use to argue the point longer? "VxhaVa
the use to pay some one else the eamo
price twice over? Come here, men, and
buy the Meyer Storo goodness at tho
right figure That's logc. It's so silly In
youto hesitate. Don't do It any longer.
Be practical. Be businesslike. Corns to
the store that Is wullng to share in tho
profits with you.
Promote Digestion Cure Dyspepsia.
Two weeks" treatment at your druggist's or
direct for 50 cents Vour nsner back If they
fall. A treatise on stomaeh Troubles and threo
days' treatment mailed free.
EUPEPSIA CHEMICAL CO.
323 Clark Avcnur, St. Louis, Moj
Do you feel enervated and spiritless?
Does your food dlcest imperfectly?
And is roar circulation Impaired?
the wonderfnl FRUIT LAXATIVE will rid
your system of imparities.
IT IS CALLED
These famous cures alonr tho River Rhins
are working wonders in the care of disease by
the administration of the juice of the grape.
Their fame is now world-wide. Mull's Grape
Tonle contains tha best elements of the Tran
benl.cr la scientific form. You have all Its d
vantsgrs by setting a large bottle at your
drugrzist 'or SO cents. It will tone your stom
ach and regulate your liver and kidneys. Its
marrslous bnlldlsgup powers make It Invalu
able to women, invalids, pony children and
those suffering from wasting dlseasec.
Manufactured In America only by tha
LIGHTNING MEDICINE GO.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
RABOTEAU & CO.,
Broadway and Lucas.
dalla: the instructors are T. J. Walker, C A.
Stephens and W. E. Fuson. The attendance;
Is 119. largest enrollment of. teachers in
the history of this county.
Sell your horse through a Republic "Want
Ad." All druggists take them at office rates.
Carved lmnre Found in Coal Mine.
Ava. III.. June 19 A relic of prehlstorio
times has been found by one of the men
in tha Spiller Mines. On top of the coal,
firmly imbedded in the slate strata, was
the image of a person accurately carved In
Sell your hore through a Republic "Want
Ad." All druggists take them at office rates.
WOLF S II VW.
Pine BIufT. Ark., June 19 Mr. Rudolph
Wolf and Miss Bertha Shaw were married
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