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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, JULY 6, 1902.
CLEARING SALE OF
A July Special
Monday we place on sale 7 odd
ChJice. S6.00 Otder.
They are regular JS.00 and $3(0
values. It's a splendid opportu
nity to help out that t-ummer
Don't nl onr tils: rednptliin
iale. See the prices.
S22.0 Suits to order S1S.00
SSL00 Suits to order S20.00
tZl. Suits to order S22.50
SSO) Suits to oider S25.00
SK'O) Suits to order S30.00
Remember, every garment is
siefully fitted to you before fin
ishing This means best lining"?
nd trimmings and High-Grale
Work. It's a Nicoll method of.
clearing up at last of season.
Clearing Sale of gV.Hi.nery.
On Monday morning at 8 we will begin the greatest reduction sale in Millinery ia
the hjstory of this iiepartm-nt and will continue until the entire stock is cleared" np.
We will start this monstrous sale with:
S.dfO Hat Shapes, all the newest styles') On
and worth Ssc. at 91
3" Hat Shapes., worth JMS. 3Qf
1 1 r.OHat Shapes worth 73c. fflg
2.U0 Hat Shape, north 50c. C-
S 2 Bos" Caps In linen and duck. if1
i worth iSc, at IrJl
1 2W latest designs cf Shlrt-"
tiais. -norm ?3 anu .-u,
"0 Trimmed Hats, former prices
SLOi and H.W. at
2C0 Trimmd Hats, former prices
SCtt) and JT.O0. at
irrt Trimmed lints, former prices
$' and JiaOO. at .
Itinno:S Plain and Fancy Satin and Taf
feta. 3 to S Inches wide, north 10c, 15c and
20c. during this pre at clearing 'sale
at. yard. "5c, 7c and...t
o ia.yuii) HLrirLf STORE
BROAHWAY, BET. MORGAN ST. AND FRANKLIN AYE.
Ladies' Suits, Waisis, Wash Skirts and Dresses
Made of fine Lawn.
In solid colors, with
flounce. LraM trim
med and tucked
regular J3.CW suits
Well made and good,
dark colors, sizes up
to 13 years worth
wo clearing n
About 100 made of
them, made of flno
Venetian cloth reg
ular prices up to
H!g surplus, all re
duced to one price.
nil sizes Clearing
I.OXj beaut ful White
Walits. In the sea
son's best styles.
Gibson and Maxim
fronts, trimmed In
lace and embroidery
values up to J2.W
Sale Prica ...30C
Another lot ot
lace and embroidery
worth up to n.t
Clearing Sale frj
Elegant box pleated.
all-Wool Dress Skirts
Hundreds of Wash
Skirts. In linen. P.
K. and duck, all
prices up to n.00
Trice. t)c and.
Bezlns MOXD-iY MORXlNd at 8. yvlth the deepest cat la
prices ever known. Bargains that will psck and Jam our
store to the doors. Every article la the bouse marked
down to K. and $ Its actual value a positive savlazof from
SO to 75 on all purchases. Read this list careally:
I fjg RRSD NOW FOR A WASH GOODS SENSATION rol&iI?
7 OLIVE STHEET.
A postal brings sarapls to your
ifGRTK OF PRESENTS
Miss Lila Vinderbilt Sloane Will j
Wed Mr. William B. 0. j
Field on Tuesday.
Sheer India Linen. 40-Inch
Ijiwns. Chrrkttl Dlmitic.
Lace Striped Lawns and
sook, choice for
Inp Sale at
Lencx. Mass.. July S At least $1,000,000
worth of gifts have arrived here for Miss
Lila Vandetbilt Sloane. youngest daughter j
of Mr and Mrs WillJim D. Sloane. who on
Tuesday becomes the bride of Mr. William
Broadhurst Cksood Field. 1
Rich and benutiful are the wedding pres
ents. They are guarded by special private '
detectives la Blm Court, the magnificent
home of the bride's father. There are ropes
of pearls, pearl and diamond necklaces.
Jeweled tiaras, corsage ornaments, stomach
ers, diamopd. pearl and ruby rings. Jeweled .
fans, crescents, stars and brooches studoed
with gleaming diamonds, sliver candle- '
sticks. Kobltts of sJver. loving cups, a pearl '
Inkstand and scores ot other beautiful 1
The wedding Is to be the most fashionable
event of the reason. Trinity Church has i
been transformed for the occasion. It will
be well-nigh filled with flowers and white
satin will cover the aisles.
A breakfast in Elm Court will follow the
wedding, to which all the guests have been
Elm Court Is one of the finest country
3?atf around Lenjx Miss Sloane Is a niece
of Georste W. Yanderbllt. and Mr. Field
has been well known as a warm friend of
Mr. "Vanderfclit for a number of years.
MERCANTILE PICNIC TO-DAY.
Southwestern Association Arrange
JProgramme for Hasbagen Park.
The Southwestern Mercantile Association
will give its thj-d annual picnic at Has
hagen's Park to-daj. The atTalr was post
poned from last Sunday on account of rain.
The association has been in existence four
years, in which time 4. has been a Tactor
In promoting the material interests of that
section of the city where the business of
the membership is, bes.des adding to the
social pleasures of the communltv. The
regular meetings arc aiwaja largely at
tended, and special interest attaches to the
The picnic on Sunday will be a compli
mentary affa.r. lasting until late at night.
Abundant refreshments will be served,
dancing Indulged, and numerous games pro
vided. Children accompanied by their
parents will receive presents. A display of
fireworks will take piece at 9 p. m.
Illinois, Central New Orleans limited for
Cairo, Memphis and Dixie Flyer for .Nash
ville. Atlanta and Jacksonville, commencing
June 6, will leave SL Louis Union Station
at 103) p. m.. Instead of 10:15 p. m.. as
Boat Will Depart for Kimmswiek
at 3 P. 3L
Tor the Women' Training School ex
cursion, to be given Saturday. July 12. the
boat will depart at 3 p. m.. instead of the
usual later hour.
It Is intended to reach Kimmswiek In time
for the dress parade of the First Regiment,
N, G. M. The managers are active In ar--rAnglng
to make this one of the most pleas
ant of their popular outings.
Meals may be had as early as 3 p. m.
Holders of tickets for the postponed ex
cursion of June 23 can exchange them by
applying to the party from whom they were
The 1S03 Amusement Company will give a
river excursion on the Hill City on the
evening of July 3.
Suburban Hive. No. 44. L. O. T. M.. will
give a picnic nezt Saturday. July 12, at
Normandv Groves There will be a long
programme of games and amusements, with
music and dancing throughout the evening.
COAL SHIPMENTS ENORMOUS.
Four Hundred Loaded Boats Ar
rive at Louisville.
Louisville, Ky July 6. One of the larg
est coal fleets ever brougnt to Lulsv.lio
from Plttkburg has begun to arrive he.e.
About 400 coal boats and an equal njmo.T
of barges have -already left Pittsburg with
over 2U.0u0.UW bushels of coaL As much as
possible of this will be sent below the fall,
but It Is not likely all of It wlu be able to
get over, as the stagu of water Is not likeiy
to continue long enough.
The present coal-boat rise In the Ohio is
the flrst since April 25. Never bctore ia tifty
years has the Ohio tailed to have a coal
boat rke either in May or June at this port.
In consequence of failure to ship coal b
low in June, tnc market Is short at all
points. The present shipment is the great
est In the history of Ohio River navigation.
And Exercitc Solves the Problem,
CLEARING SALE OF
Laces and Embroideries
Some of the biircest bargains in Laces and Em-
3 broideries ever offered m onr julv C eanng Sale.
Swiss and Dimities.
Foulani. Mada "lo:M,
Dmlt c. l-ai mc ani iUr n. In
inc I pur is an i isr stnpfs
th trj -t- fr f njixuner dress
a us at Ij . a J
St an ppcrtunliy
ou 5iot;l I not n t
2 k MonJav mrnin:;
jour chclre or the lot
Corded L.-itns Patiste", Ging
hams ana D.mhle. aNo an -cumulation
of fchurt lengthn in
tbM deMrablr fabric worth
1".. ll'tc and 15c re will make
r.o UliCrtminatlci. ani
as to alue3 In 01
Sale Your choice
ot this lot
Satin Striped Lawns.
We ulll pltce on sale Monday
morning all of our regular lln'
of 7,c and 10c Wash Fabrics,
inclinl-ng rimitir, Ilat.stcs.
Corded 1-atms and Ginghams,
a tteautiiui line to
elect from for
dresses and shirt
waists your pick
of the lot
iK yards of faney printed
Ijwr.s and liatistes. In pinks
and Muis. blacki and nl.I.es
thee foods are no-iit v,-K
norm up iu oc
yard July Clear
zr00 yards r.atvns.ltchts and
darks, figures and polka drt-,
blues nud pinks, worth 5c
July ClearlDR ,
Sale rrice-Ia mjk'
Basement a 0(
EJinnOIDEHIES S pes.
of Hamburg and Swiss Em-
bro dirles. worth 5c a yard;
for Monday. Clearing Sile
per yard "
LACES-3.00J yards of Tor-ch-jn.
Mtdicl and Valen
ciennes Laces. Camtricand
from : to I Inches 'nlle.
wortli 10c a yard; for Mon
cay. Clearing Sale Qia
burg, Xalnsook. Cambric
and Swii-s Embroideries.
-with Insertions to match;
ah-o. Bcadings. worth 15o a
jard; for Monday, Cp
L.CES-5.O00 pieces r fine
aiencicnnes. oriental -p-plque
Laces and Beadinss
worth up to 2c a yard, for
Monday Clearing SaU7in
Price, per yard I 7-U
i. hantiliy. Point de Prls.
Serpen ine. Oriental. Vene
tian Laces and Galloons,
wortli up to SCo a yard;
Special for Monday. tCn
per yard lUj
Ifti It.mnants of Lice
Tucking and Embroid
ery Altcrers worth up
to JL3 yard ojr cho ce
ler length. 3?c, IC
e anl IO'j
JULY CLEARING SALE OF
Linens, Bed Spreads anJ erases.
TOWELLXG-S plees ot
bleached and Checked Ulass
Towclirg, worth 6l,c a yd.;
Monda. Clearing fin
TritKISH TOWELS 3!
dozen extra large-size
Turkish Towels, bleached
and unbleached, worth Zjc
C earirg Sale Monday at
lc Hftc 7i.sc. c 0 1 n
and w '-"
TABLE CLOTHS 30 dozen
Turkey Red and Red-bordered
Damak Clcths. go in
Clearing Sale Monday;
43- Table Cloth for 2Sc
Sc Table Cloth for...
S7c T- ble Cloth for...
Sec Table Cloth for...
JL23 Table Cloth for.
?L3 Tab'e Cloth for
TABLE LIXEJC-1 case of
Silver BieacheJ and Cream
Table Dam3fk. worth up to
jC yard Clearing Sale
Prices. C3c. Sc C
TABLE LIXE.V - 1 case of
Turkey Red Table L.nen.
warranted fast color.the 3Jc
kind Clearing Sale Jfln
Pr:ce. while It lasts lUli
BED SPREADS An Im
mense lot of nne Bed
Spreads, Marseilles pat
terns, extra large st, win
be offered In to-morrow's
Clear.ng Sale at one-half
te Bd Spreads for. :k"c
S7c BeJ Spreads for Slic
Sl"') Bed Spreads for....7."Sc
J-M Bed 3p-eads ror....!e
CfO Bed Spreads for..Sl-5
iZZQ Bfd Spreads for..l.4s
S.000 remnants of Lawns and
I'hallles. all colors, litrhts anil
darks, worth up to 5e a yard
Sale Price in
AVhlte French OrKandtes,
Persian Lawn. Mercerized
Oxfords, French Lawns,
Welt Piques. In
dia Linen and
Dimities yard ..
Promptly at S o'clock Monday morning wew'ill place
on sale 1 case cf nnest quailty fa'st b a-K Mercerised
Dress Sateens these goods are absolutely
worth --Clering Sale Price,
while they last, p r yard
A chance not to be overlooked. We will place on sale
Monday iO yards of the best quality co l d wah
si k. pla.d, strlxc-. fou'ard silk. satH.tarTeta silk;
all colors, wortli up to 73c a yard. Cl-arlng Sale Price,
Monda. while they Iat. per yard. 33c. Sc and
1M dozen of Atlantic
Mills and Pepperell
Bleached Bed Sheets.
SlvM; some of them
slisthtly soiled and
some hemstitched in
the lot: worth up to
S0c; Monday. In
SILKATEEN In all shades
M and no limit, regular Co
E Clearing Sile, 0 1 P
H only JL-U
Dr. H. L. Warner. In a recent Issuo of
the New York World, says:
"Only a small percentage of the Amer
ican people hae peneot olgeson and as
similation of food and the elimination of
the wawe matters of the body. In tne mat
ter of food and exercise the whole problem
of health Is contained. Uy making thse
right we can create perfect health.
M.gistivo disturbances are due either to
improper food or too much cr too little
proper -food. With proper food taken In
reasonable amounts, the Imperfect actions
of the various processes are corrected.
"This Is not a fad but a fact establlshfo.
by the researches of pathologists and bao
terlologlsts. The action of foods on the
digestive and assimilative organs is known
exactly". The result to the blood, and
through it to the whole system, is certain
The most highly nutritive food now man
ufactuicd Is Grape-N'uU. It Is made from
certain parts of the grain and pat through
a mechanical process whereby tne starches
are changed to grape sugar and the phos
phates ot the cereals retained, and thus
supply the necessary nourishment acd vi
tality to the body, brain and nerve centers.
In its predlgested form Grape-Nuts does
not overtax the stomach, but renders suf
ficient .assistance to the digestive organs
to permit ot the easy assimilation of other
Thoroughly cooked at the factory by food
experts brings Grape-Nuts from the grocer
to you ready to serve with the addition of
cream, -and Its crisp taste with the delicate
sweet of the grape sugar makes it pleasing
to the palate of the most critical epicure.
These are scientific facts which can be
proven by any one and a trial of ten days
or two weeks will show what you can do
on scientific feeding.
UM recipe dook in ins pacKags snows
3t-yard bolts, all widths,
cream and white
Clearing Sale, only ni
worth 20c Kn
Clearing Sale Price Jb
SAMPLE COMBS All
kinds, side, pompadour and
back combs, worth up to
35c. Clearing Sale Cn
Coats' and J. & J. Clark's
Spool Cotton Monday from
s to 10. 2 cn
spools for. ol
All k nds. which sold u? )
to 50c Clearing Sale Pr. Zl
ic Ladies and Men's 0l
Handkerchiefs for.... L 7 U
15? Men's and Ladies' C
Handkerch:efs for Jli
CUFF BUTTONS - Men's
and Bos' Link Cuff But
tons. KOid filled. OC.
PERFUME Best triple ex
tract, worth S5c an C.
ounce. Monday at ub
UMBRELLAS - The CSc
steel rod kind, OC-
The J2.03 Mercerised QK
and Silk Umbrellas foruJb
3.C0 yards Bleiched
Muslin, some a yard
wid": worth up to
6c: Monday, in base
COM yards of Cali
coes, suitable for
dresse.4 and skirts;
Monday, in base-
2.5C0 yards of Apron
checks and colors,
wortli 5c. Monday,
1 cate of M Bleached
Bed Sheeting. v.orth
3; Monday. In
Monster Clearing Sale of
SHIRTS! SH8RTS! SHIRTS!
AT HALF PRICE AND LESS.
Bought out Ferguson-McKinnev Dry Goods Co.'s entire stock cf broken lots. odd
and ends of Shirts, consisting of Negligee. Stiff Uosom. some with separate collars
and cutis, collars attached made of the best percale tine iniportel French Madras.
Silks, etc. soft laundered pleated fionts. stiff bosom", etc. cods In the lot worth
JiO. Be on hand early. This Is a record-breaker will go In four lots, as follows:
LOT I Men's and Boys' high-grade Shirts
of odds, male of Madras. Percales. Bed
ford Cords; all styles; some with collars
attached, some without collars; worth up
to .jc; Monday lc.
A I 0 if
30) yards of good
ticking. I n fancy
ptripes; worth 10c:
Monday. In base
50 0 dozen Bleached
Pillow Slips, with
wide hem. worth
10c: Monday, from S
to 19, In basement.
whl'e they last
LOT I Comprising allstvlesand makes:
nice pa eras, made of the finest Import
ed Madras. Silk. Ginghams, silk fronts
and Percales, some with two detachable
collars: tone without collars: dress shirts
and working shirts of ail kinds; worth up
to wi: iionuay, vfj
while they last..
TIES Bows. Teck and
String, mart of 50 Silks.
Monday, while IAa
they last IWb
TIES Black. Fonr - ln
Hand; extra length. SO
In., the 50c kind; OCr
Monday Sale &9u
LOT 3 Comprl!ng all styles Men's fine
fancy striped Madras Shirts, with sepa
rate ctiff W match: a beautiful avort
ment of patterns; guaranteed fast colors:
Jut the thing for hot weither: elegantly
made; ful! cut. double stitched: finished
with pocket, and good quality S1.25 anl
LOT 4-Comrr!!ng all the latest styles of
high-grade Madras and Silk boomi:
browns, llcht fiirures and striped: worth
up to .): your QSo
SOCKS-Biue. black and
red. full -fcamless; worth
lSe; Clearing CA
31(0 Silk Socks. 00 o
Clearing Sale liii
Silk clistle girters, with
patent clasp; the 5c kind
Clearing Q n
PI'SPENDERS 50c kind,
extra length: Tr
Clearing Sale Ivlu
BELTS Men's and Boys'
35c Belts: (Cm
Clearing Sale Ivlu
Sample Caps, worth np to
U cents; 10-
Ciearing Sale lull
10O dozen Bleached
Bed Sheets, torn and
Ironed, with wldo
hem. no dressing;
worth 50c: Monday.
Monstrous Clearing Sals of UNDERWEIR
Ion .Never la Yonr Life GofSach Dnrcnlna oa Thcic.
i-nu-rwea- ai-n's Fine Balbrlggan Underwear. In fancy
.. -' s,"cnru seams, ii.k inmmea. peart buttons,
all ses; worth Se Sale Price ia Basement
Rln?r rnlrtTl 11lr-
immeu. nnlshed seams,
pearl buttons. JC.
worth c OOC
ur tnree for J1.C0.
Men's Fine Honeycomb
Gauza and Fancy Lisle, In
Shirts and Drawers; worth
up to .(; JQ-
Sale Price .43C
Men's C. SUk Underwear
of our regular sizes CI ID
will go in this sale for. la 40
PANT S-Ladles' knitted.
lace trimmed, wide bottom,
knee length Pants. French
brand: worth ISc: Cn
ers; worth luc; in
Plated Rings, tur-quo'-re
etc.. worth cp to 25c;
In basement for
of Men's Underwear;
worth up to 75c: In
4fc Dressing Saojues
43c Children's Dresses JCp
re-laced to lob
3Sc Corset Covers (On
rtducd to.i .luu
15c Corbet Covers Cp
reduced to ...ob
13' Ladl s Drawers lO.n
reduced to (.
c Ladles' Skirts
reduced to ,
GOHSET fiND MUSLIN UHDERWEhF. DEP'T.
ZAc Corsets IKo
reduced (o.... ...... .....luu
75c Corset . OK
reduced t ............. u '
Oe Infants Dresses OC
reduced to tub
SSe Infants' Dresses
5Cc Ladles' Gowns
43c Infants' Crochet
Facqucs reduced to...
Men's and Ladles'
Collars: worth 10c:
in basement fcr
Men's Plain French Balbrlg
gan Underwe-ir. shl ts and
drawers, double seated, pn
Ished seam, pearl QC
buttons; worth TEc 03b
Or three for J1.C0.
Men's Jersey-Ribbed, plain
and fancy collars, some slllc
worth T3c Oub
Or three for 31.00.
Men's Elastic Seam Drill
Drawers, made of the bet
drilling. double s:ltciJ
seams: worth 75c; Special
Sals Monday, or
while they last 00b
Men's Fine Silk Underwear,
In all colors, plain and fanay
lace stripes: 4Q,
worth 11.00 tDb
30O Dozen Testa Ladle' and Children
3) dozen Vest Ladles' and Children's, In wnlte.
Clearing Sale Pries
Ladles' lace-trimmed Tests,
pinks, blues and whites; Q
wort "Sc; Sal Price Ob
50c Silk and Lisle Vests, 1 1
In white and colors, for... t. lb
Boys' Balbrlggan Under
wear, silk flr.ib, pearl button
trimmed; worth 2x; Ifr-
Clearing Sale Price....... lUb
Ladies' and Chil
dren's Hos; worth
15c; In basement for
20 0 dozen Bed
Sheets, torn and
Ironed, with wide
hem; worth 50o:
Monday, from S
10. In basement.
2.KO yards of Un
ift finish, worth 5c:
Monday, from 8 to
10. in basement.
like cut . .
St Lawn Besch. AQ-
like etit. l3''
He Garden Rake.
l-ln. Iie. for .
Ve Garden Hose.
3 P'y Pr foot
a Lawn swiccea no
ju-t like cut.. Jt30
Jt'O nkely nnle.
Wr:ow fcreeos. Cn
from .e d-jtrn to..."'
SZ Janarned TO
SI M V. r-le
Tie Gclvanltl Tuh
n tl fli Ilrimm&jfc.
rc al for this sale, only-
tiom S to 3..
ICc Clothes Line. 3c
Clothea lias, doz lc
Laundry Soap lc
ISe FKoek tin O,
Oil Can ..
A SCc Quart Can ot
Readr Mixed I-alnt..
Ladles and Chil
dren's Vests: worth
10c; In basement for
Worth Sc; clearing
73c and 31.00 Para-
50c and 25c
$1.95, 1.50 & 95c
pink and blues (In seconds), plain cotton and soma mercer
ized silk In the lot; will go Monday, while they last. O.
' "CI - iitKaitMiniKimitiaaiiKiiiiiK fcW
GLOVES AND HOSIERY Terrible Slaughlir.
Ladles Silk. Lisle and Cot
ton Mitts and Gloves, worth
np to 23c: c.
Sale Prica Ob
124c Ladies and Children's
Fas; Black Seamless Hos'.
including a lot of Chl.dren's
Fancy Lace Stripe Re I
Hose, worth 25c; Cn
in Basement .Ob
13c Ladies and Children'3
Fancy Hose: Clearing Qirt
Sale Price 03b
50c Ladles' Fine Imported
Lts! Thread and Plain C
Cotton Hose for i Jb
73c Ilose for 23c.
Ladles' Fine Lis'e Thread
Hose, In a beaut-ful assort
ment of fancy colors; sizes
somewhat broken, our rea
son for selling so cheap; t
June wieancg n.
Bale Price ZdS
2Tk: Infants Socks. In all
colors; Clear's Sale Price
Jl.OO FAN SNew, fresh
goods too many Clear
ing Sale Prica OC0
'Jyz and iij
OL'U OXFORDS MONDAY.
Ladles Tan Oxforda.
0 pairs of Ladles Tan Ox
fords; worth up to H: iinn
Clearing Sale Price Mb
Ladles Oxford Ties
Or Sandals. In Vlcl Kid cr
Patent Lea'her. Tan o
Black. worm $2.00 a pair;
Mlaaea Colonials and.
Sandals. In black, tan or
red: regular prices frcm 9Sc
to J2; Clearing Sale AQn
Price SSc. S7c. Oc and rOb
Ladles Lott Shoea
In Genuine French Kid. that
usually sell at XZJ3) par pair;
all sizes and widths; CI QQ
Clearing Sale Price.. ..dliOO
Xljgt Scotch Lace Cnrtalns;
47 inches wide by ZH yards
long. Clearing Sala QOi
Price Monday wUj
Fancy Curtain Sw!s3; 40
Inches wide; regular price
15c ; Clearing Sale Rn
Price Monday vlb
Mercerized SllkoUne: all
colors, and worth 12Vjc and
15c; Clearing Sale nn
Price Monday Lj
Z9 roils of the best Tabl
Oilclcth: 45 Inches wide:
worth 20c a yard; Clearing
Sale Prica C-
IT? ? .. . ?-fr& '3 . i&Fi a
- pj?- -8 ts"-i--;'fcisSi i
JOHN M. BURKE. v
New York. Juiy o. Copyrighted by "W. R, Hearst-John SL Burke, by giving .-
000.000 In his lifetime toward the establishment of a home for worthy convalescents,
has trade himself one ot the world's greatest phllanthrop.stK. Mr. Burke Is So years
LIBRARY RAPIDLY GROWING.
State Historical Society Receives
Two Big Donations.
lions of Government publications hereto
fore received by the society.
The Iowa Historical Society has donated
to the society five boxes of books, con
taining a collection of the official publica
tions of the State of Iowa and of the Iowa
Historical Society. The collection would
be hard to duplicate.
Already the four rooms cf the Historical
Society are filled to overflowing, though
the society has been doing active work for
nnlv nn. war Tl.. iik,.h, ..in, w....in
. about 30.000 volumes.
Columbia, Mo., July S. The State His
torical Sodety of Missouri, which Is lo
cated here. Is receiving additions to Its li
brary daily. Two donations that have Jnst j
been received are especially valuable, i ,, .
George P. B. Jackson, general attorney for tj,,--,. (S vh",' T..f w, ,
the aUKonrt. Kansas and Ttecas Railroad. ' CaMenbLd'wxPeycr1
5.?fent55,tih.e etr eighteen boxes ville, ACanti and Tjacksonvlllt, commeaclng
"ffirVy i52.book. conslJlUnr Principally June t. wUl leave Bt. Louis T UrUon StiuSn
of United States Government publications. . at 1030 p. m.. Instead of lfliS. In7. is
many delightful ways of su-rlng the tool, j Thty make a. good addition to tha don- j foriaerl.
REIGN OF TERROR
Disorder and Bloodshed Mark
Course of Events Throughout
Republic of Hayti.
Port-au-Prince. Haytl, Friday July 4.
M. Delincls has been elected F.rst Deputy
for Port-au-Prince by a plurality of M0 out
of 12.000 votes cast.
After M. Dellnols's election had been an
nounced la the customary manner, an at
tack, which was repulsec. was made on the
arsenal bv the pirty hostile to the Deputy.
Many persons were wounded on both tides.
In tnanv of the towns of Hayti no clec-fon-
have been held, owing to disorder and
bloodshed and it Is now believed that no
quorum will be obtained and that it will
be impossible to organize the Chamber of
Deputies and elect a new President.
LEFT BABY IN AN ASYLUM. I
Mother Could Not Keep Child
While Searching for Husband.
Mrs. Cora Senter of Gravelton. SIo.. left
her 2-weeks-old baby at St. Ann's Or
phans' Asylum Friday, while she went out
Into the city to search for her husband,
who. she says, came to St. Louis several
weeks ago. ,
Returning to the Four Courts yesterday
morning. Mrs. Senter Informed Captain
Iltyr.oos that she had been unable to find
her husband and that she would return
home, but would leave the baby In the
WILL OF MRS. SALLIE R. TUTT.
Estate Valued at $315,000 Left to
The will of Sirs. SalU R. Tutt was filed
for probata yesterday. Sh left her estite.
valued at S31S.0U0. to ncr daughters. Myra
R. Tutt and Jane Frassr, with the excep
tion of J3. which Is left tr thi frellefcn
talne Ctmetry Associativa to have kept In
order the family burial lot In which her
husband Is buried.
She left her late residing. In Vandeven
ter place, together with Its firnlahlngi. to
her daughter Slyra. who shares t-qually
with her sister In the rest of tha f-state.
Her daughter Slyra Is also made executrix.
The will was executed on November 22, 1&0.
ROBBED OF TICKET AND S6.
Miss Bertha Tolle Unable to .Con
tinue Her Journey.
Bertha Tolle of Wheatley. Ark, was
robbed ot her purse, containing a ticket to
Frankfort. Ind.. and JS. at Union Station
She became HI when she ascertained that
she would not be able to continue her
Journey. The police Teraovcd her to the City
Hospital, where the doctors said her heart
Illinois Central New Orleans limited for
Cairo. Memphis and Dixie Flyer for Nash
ville. ALanta anil JjtrWAnvill wnnmmrlw.
! J?n.e &. TrU1 lve Bt. Louis Union Station
! at 10:30 n. m.. nt.. nf m?is r. r-i .
ALPEONSE AMI GAST
By F. 0PPER.
Famous Funny Folk, 'will become a part of
6 The Sunday Republic's Comic Section family.
KING OF SIAM MAY
COME TO ST. LOUIS
Thinks of Accompanying Crown
Prince When De Makes His
Visit in September.
Washington. July i Fhya AkharaJ Var
adhara. Siamese Minister, called upon Sec
retary Hav to-day to arrange for the rend
ing visit to this country of the Crown
Prince of Sum. who will visit St. Louis and
the World's Fair grounds.
The date ot the visit has been advanced
until It is now probable that the Crown
Prince will arrive In the United States on
or before September L
It Is also possible that the King himself
wilt follow the Crown Prince. If he does not
come with him.
Slam Is now under the Influence of France,
and It Is said that country Is discouraging
these proposed visits, fearing that the
United States may, through them. stk to
increase its Interests in the Orient.
Confederate Veterans Reunion.
Aux Vasse. Ma. July 5. Ex-Confederate
officials met here to-day and set the date for
their fifth annual reunion, to be held In the
Anx Vtssa Clubhouse, near this city. Sep
tember U and 12. The boys who wore the
gray from the following counties win be in
attendance: Audrain, Itaiis, Monroe. Boone.
Slontgomery -nd Callaway. It Is expected
there wilt bo about 2.M persons In attend- .
CZAR RECEIVES DU CHA1LLU.
SWEDEN HAS A NEW CABINET.
Erik Gustav Bostrow Succeeds
Von Otten as Premier.
Stockholm, Sweden. July 5. King Oscar
Pormifo Ampripflii to TMr1 Kvn I has approved the formation of the Cabinet.
Years in Russia.
SL Petersburg. July 5. The Car to-day
granted an audience of half an hour to Paul
Du Challlu. the explorer and author of New
York, who Is beginning a tr.p throun itm
sla which is to last live years.
His Majesty readily granted Du Challlu
the privilege cf traveling under his protec
tion, and Invited the traveler to visit blm
whenever he was In St. Petersburg.
THREE DETECTIVES KILLED.
Run Down by a Train While Seek
New Tork. Julv S.-Robert Smith. Jonn
Cosgrove and WlUIam J. Hanson detec
tives la th- emDloy of the Central Rail
rca? of V,ew, Jersey., were killed by an
eastbound train near Jersey C-ty. They
had been searching for freight-car thieves.
EdtrnrU Maench Dead.
Philadelphia. July i-Edward Sluench. the
chief purchasing agent of the United States
Steel Corporation, ts dead at his home In
Overbrook. a suburb, after an Illness of sev
eral weeks of typhoid fever, which he con
tracted whUo on a business tr.p In Cuba.
Mr. Muench was born In Millersburg. Pa
and was 30 years old.
Weddlnar Stags (Solid Gold),
Slnestcsaliue, to Wt Menaod ft Jac-
caras. Broadway and Locart
J as reconstructed by Erik Gustav Itostrom.
who was Invited to unaeriaise ine lasii
June 28. after the resignation of the Minis
try, presided over by Admiral Baron von
The new Ministry Is constituted as fol
lows: Premier, Erik. Gustav Bostrom.
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl H. T. A,
Slinlster of Justice. Bergen.
Minister of War, J. L Crux BJon. j
Minister of Marine. A. -V L. Polander.
Sltnlster of the Interior, Westrlng.
Stlnlster of Finance. Meyer, who Is a mer
chant at Calshaum.
Sllnlstcr of Worship. Carl Von Frlesen.
Minister of Agriculture, A. T. Odelberg.
The ministers cf foreign affairs, war,
marine and agriculture held the samo posi
tions in the Von Otten Cabinet.
MR. SPRAGUE SAYS
OU want cold rtm.lnn m tn tha
catcssen Lunch Rooms.
Fire Destroys Town In Oklahoma.
Anadarko. Cfc. July 6. It was learntiS
definitely to-day that tho enUre town of
Gotebo. a small place on the Rock Island
system In Kiowa County, was destroyed bjj
fire yesterday. Loss about $2S,000; Insurano