Newspaper Page Text
THE EEPUBLIO: FRIDAY, JULY 11. 1902.
109 N. 6tl
cullar to t on
I rMcns In 1
nines of all
Urcrr anl pi
v.v )ik. ma
cause we are
for about th
the In;t t
In tl e city
rarel at rrto
arc up to flat
C. V. CI'.LT
IF you ml
dnjs you r -city!!
goods you r
ments of lb?
1.800 acres o
Yt Tilt Jot eat
. , '. TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.
T 2" BUSINESS.
1 k Yesterday's bank clearings w-;re $7,7702.
balances Sl.2.7:3. Local dlst-ount rates
were firm, between 5 and 6 pr cent. Do
mestic exchange was quoted as follows:
Jew Tork. 73c discount bid. 0e discount
asked: Chicago. SOc discount bid. 40c dis
count asked; Cincinnati. LoJisvIlle and
"Sow Orleans. 40c discount bid. 30c discount
"Wheat closed lower. TIKa asked July: TSs
JTo. 2 red. Corn closed lower at 61Hc
. ' asked July; Uc Xo. 2 mixed. Oats closed
1 at $7c bid Julv; 54c Xo. 2 Northern.
J . Tbo local market lor spot cotton was
I nuiet and unchanged.
Tho Government crop report places the
condition of corn at S7.S pr cent, winter
' wheat at 77 per cent, spring wheat S2.4
per cent. Missouri has the bet corn, stand
ing at 102 per cent.
Though tho Vatican refuses to order the
withdrawal of the friars from tne i-nuip-pines.
America will stand firm in Its de
mand that members of the orders be sent
from the Philippines In the interest of
Ie.iv and order
LOCAL, ANT) SUBURBAN.
linen satisfaction over nominations made
Sisters reunited after separation of twen
Mrs. Elizabeth IIaee Identifies body
taken from thi river as her husband,
making third time she has visited the
raorgue to claim the body of relatives who
met tragic deaths.
Eicht-rcar-old "Willie Stubblefield had a
feast at the expense of Detective Kllllan,
jrho believed his story of misfortune.
Chautauqua opens at Piasa.
Doctor F. L. Gettys of No. 4300 Morgan
Street must answer In the Police Court a
charge of usins bad language over a Bell
A guardian was appointed for Thomas
Ti. Warren of Klrkwood. who spent 160.000
la seven years for liquor.
May Wlllanl. under sentence for bur
glary. Induced R Park von Wedelstaedt,
one of her victim.", to supply her with sta
tionery. Troops K and G of the Fourth Cavalry
.visit the First Regiment National Guard
"of Missouri at Camp Wells.
Retail merchants in East St. Louis will
Jtry to establish a market house.
City officers see many objections to the
Mil asking a franchise for the St. Louis
Depot Terminal Company.
The body of Frank Lawrence will arrive
from New York and be taken direct to
Mrs. Nellie Montgomery, who escaped
from the Missouri Penitentiary last winter,
returns to serve out the rest of her sen
tence. She said she had been away to see
her children and had been sick or she
would have returned sooner.
The "stand-off" policy of the com bulls
at Chicago is continued and few sales are
recorded, the price failing away 4 cents, to
2 cents per bushel.
Lightning strikes a man at Louisville,
HI. and tears oT all his clothes, but does
net kill him.
Rhodes Clay, an attorney, who was re
cently nominated by the Democrats of
Audrain County, as their candidate for the
State Legislature, was shot and killed In a
street fight with Attorney C. A. Barnes at
Several hundred miners are entombed In
n. coal mine at Johnstown, Pa., as a result
at an explosion of gas.
The river at Des Moines, la,, has risen
above Its' banks and fear is entertained Itst
it shall cause the Leveo to grve way and
flood the city. Laborers are at work nn iho
Levee building it up. but the river Is rising
fiiiuun. as xasr. as iney ouiia up the dam.
Harry Tracy, the Oregon convict, compels
a farmer to borrow money and buy him
weapons and ammunition. He then departs
on the farmer's horse, weU supplied with
Bishop Conaty. president of the Catholic
University, makes a strong plea for re
ligion In education, in an address at Chi
cago. Governor Yates has ordered a company of
militia to Eldorado, IiL. to suppress the
race trouble there. The white residents. It
is Bald, ore trying to drive the negroes out
of the neighborhood. A mob attacked a
negro preacher's house there Wednesday
night He fired upon the mob and it Is
supposed one man was shot.
The convention of the National Educa
tional Association will end to-day at Min
neapolis. Addresses have been made by
Secretary or Agriculture "Wilson, President
Echurman of Cornell University and Mrs.
Carrie Chapman Catt.
XcUno won at 100 to 1 in the handicap
at pclmar Other winners were Pickles
Louis Wagner. Mlndora, Kitty Clyde and
"Mugsy" McGraw, late of the American
X-eague, makes charges against President
Johnson and says the league la a loser.
St. LouIr and TlrnnVln niav.
ommendatlor JlPi"58 T1010"1 breaking a tie established
Ployment ol J the ninth. The game was called with
architect fox xne score 2 to Z
of it's hilly t ?! D,"un ,ead9 stirring attack on
ercd with a i "British policy In Ireland, asserting that the
ber. In this Government tries to create crinu. in the
system or r course or the debate the Attorney General
rn1oltClo'rStol;f'and to " eccuseoTS
it against ttr1 .
every fall aj. It'ls understood In Parliamentary circles
It is thourlhat the coronation of King Edward win
cured to lastjaVe Place August 3. --wmu wm
imrProvem-enfi.:1uejn -Alexandra narrowly escaped being
ture has be! Kerlously Injured or killed by tho falling "of
forester, whtt B -coronation arch, which crashed to earth
nal cxpenseU fc few moments after her Malestr
authorized t&jDassed by. .Majesty
Some cf the" .!-, .? .. .
my will ufV? coronation bazaar was opened last
roads and lW Meat under the auspices of the Queen.
American ladles and the nobility of Enr
Snve Tonr ; wad had charge of the booths.
By wearing? 2 to ""rt that, on the occasion of
Bond, our " William's visit to J. Pierpont
eyes free olri0": -n -?"eo?Mit was made to work
needed a piJKEKK which Inay "bTfoS' ffihe
frames, a at' Slcrcan syndicate. Iorm to nght the
jJfewTorfe. July la-Arrived: Teutonic.
ST. LOUjTsouthampton. July 10.-Arrlved: St. Loult
aJCew Tork. ".
MlSS Bert3i?JTerpool, July lO-Arrived:
i r0"" Tork.
. Naples. July I0. Arrive
Paducah. 5 -f New York. July lO.-SaTled: La Lorraine,
freight tr&lnVJJavre: Grosser Kurfurst, Bremen. xU.
persons on f LBt:Nf,rv Julr S.Arrlved: Kalsow,
Etter was" cutp0-"18" Via Yokohama, etc, for London.
Grace Ledbe5Plymoutb, July 10. Arrived: Columbia.
cHfr,? U'eJSoir Tork- for Cherbourg and Hamburg.
a&Kr'" J "": BremenTom
thev were nc JP0Bea' Ior J,ew .
y e reDZtioBiosk July 10.-Salled Colonls, Vn-
Plinols CaLeeat?TT: Jr ,lo.-SaUed: Oceanic,
Cairo, Memjtjjw York; Bhynlaod, Philadelphia, (from
Jun,en & m; L.1- T8rPl. JlT 10.-Arrlved: Steamer
at 1030 p. t 5Tew Borland. TVurtnn . rv......
Sailed: Steamers Merlon. Boston, via.
m IQaeenstcwn; Pretorlan. Quebec and Mont-
Mai; Tnrcotnan, Portland Me.
Botterdas). Jnlv mKiu. Vam..
ytew Tork, via Boulogne Sur Mr.
They taie possession of the body, and
.. .pre .txjrao oi juisnue.
1 . Thsy are attended bv nlmnlea. Villa, thn
SCOi Itching tetter, salt rheum, and other co
laceous eruptions; oy leeitngs of weakness.
r .MSUW htuciiu ucuillfcjr aim WOU on,
L ! They cause more suflering than anything
Health. Strength, Peace and Pleasure
require their espnlston, and this Is posi
tively effected, according to thousands of
Start Kfalefol testimonials, by
li Hood's Sarsaparilla
noori.fci?0 radically and permanently drives
X causm out ana ouuas up tne wnoie system.
AMERICA WILL STAND
FIRM IN DEMAND FOR
REMOVAL OF FRIARS.
Despite Vatican's Flat Refusal,
That Is Considered Abso
TAFT HAS POSITIVE ORDERS,
Money to Be raid for Lands Not to
Be Converted Into Fund to Keep
Orders in Old Parishes.
SECRETARY ROOT HEARS NEWS.
Will Take Text of Vatican's Reply
to President Roosevelt Be
fore Making Any Defi
Washington. July 10. Though the Vat
ican positively decline? to order the with
drawal of the friars from the Philippines,
on the ground that such action would bring
It into conflict with Spain, the United
States will not alter their attitude In this
reBpect. though willing to make reaonable
concessions regarding teachers whose serv
ices may be required in the islands.
Governor Taft will continue to insist
that the friars must leave the islands, for
the sake cf peace and good government.
A cablegram has been received at the
War Department from Governor Taft.
transmitting the reply of the Vatican to
the proposals of the United States Govern
ment. The abstract cabled to the Associated
Press last night from Rome contains all
the essential features of the reply.
The Vatican has agreed to all the propo
sitions except that relating to the with
drawal of the friars within a given period
Fran at Conflict "With Spain.
The note states flatly that the proposed re
call of the friars within a flxwi period can
not be consented to. Such action, it is stat
ed, would bring the holy see into imminent
conflict with Spain.
"If the United States cannot order the
withdrawal of the friars." the note asks,
"how can the Pope do so, especially when
It has been proven that all the accusations
against them were partly false, partly ex
aggerated and partly Inexact?"
The only concession which the VaUcan
will offer Is contained in the promise that
clergy of other nationalities will be Intro
duced Into the Philippines as rapidly as
It Is agreed that friars who have had
trouble In certain parishes shall not return
to those parishes, or go where their pres
ence would be likely to provoke trouble.
The Pope expresses himself as willing that
the school question should be arbitrated,
but does not Insist that this shall be done
"Will Be Submitted to President.
Secretary Root wiU take a copy of the
Vatican's reply to Oyster Bay and submit
It to the President before making any
The Secretary will not discuss the sub
ject now, further than to say that It Is a
plain business proposition, which is under
negotiation, based entirely upon the in
structions which were given to Governor
Taft before his departure to Rome, In these
Instructions, regarding the removal of the
flriars, the Secretary said:
It is not, however, deemed to be for the
Interests of the people of the Philippine Is
lands that in thus transforming wholly un
productive tracts of land Into money, ca
pable of productive Investment, a fund
should thereby be created to be used In
the attempted restoration of the friars o
the parishes from which they are now sep
arated, with the consequent disturbance of
law and order."
Removal of Friars the One Question.
This particular feature of the Instruc
tions Is considered Important Jn view of the
differences reported from Rome, and It is
understood that this will be kept fully la
mind and adhered to In any negotiation
that Is completed with the Vatican.
Tho removal of the friars is the main
object of the negotiations, and it Is not be
lieved that the contention of the Vatican
that It cannot order the friars away be
cause of the conflict with the Paris treaty
Is well founded.
POSED AS ROUGH RIDER
TO SEE THE PRESIDENT
Mysterious Stranger Examined
by Police at Oyster Bay Ad
Oyster Bay, July 10. President Roosevelt
pa?.ed a comparatively quiet day to-day at
Sagamore Hill. After the rain of the mora
ine the President and Mr. Roosevelt took
a brisk gallop of several miles over the fine
roads In the vicinity of their home, return
ing in time for luncheon.
A man who Eald he had rved In the
Rough Rider when the President was
Colonel of the regiment, arrived here from
New York early In the afternoon. As he
announced his Intention of calling upon the
President, the Secret Service officers were
soon on his trail.
A few minutes examl.iat o i if -he man
fcy one of the officers and George Pol'ock,
who saw sen-Ice as a Rough Rider with the
President, convinced them he was not what
he represented himself to be.
He then admitted that he had not seen
service In Cuba, and that he had poned as
a Rough Rider merely as a means of get
ting an audience with the President.
The officers saw to It that he left the vU
lage on the next train.
Judge Spencer B. Adams of Greenville. S.
C.. had, by appointment, an Interview with
the President to-night. Judge Adams re
cenUy was appointed Chief Justice of the
Choctaw and Chickasaw Citizenship Court
of the Indian Territory and came here to
discuss with Mr. Roosevelt the frauds on
tho citizenship of the two tribes.
LOCAL SADDLEMAKERS MEET.
Will Attend Convention of Na
tional Body Next Week.
At a meeting held In he Undell Hotel
yesterday afternoon the following local sad
dle manufacturers decided to attend the
convention of the National Saddlemakers
Association: Frank Hermann, Herman Som
mers, Harry Petersen. Joseph Kessler. J. J.
Horac. John 13. Denvlr, Louis Blocser.
James Goldback and P. Bums. Tbo conven
tion Is to be held at Cleveland. 0 Tuesday,
"Wednesday and Thursday of next week.
The local delegation had Intended to make
an effort to have the next convention held
In St. Louis, but owing to the postponement
of the World's Fair will try for the conven
RELIGION ALONE A
Bishop Conaty of Catholic Univer
sity Says Intellectual Out
SCIENCE NO CURE FOR EVIL
Instruction in Divine Things, lie
Asserts, Should Be Made Part
of Warp and Woof of
Chicago. July 10. The National Confer
ence of representatives of Catholic Colleges
closed Its sessions to-night at Powers's The
ater, tho feature of the final session being
a striking address by Bishop Conaty, rec
tor of the CathoUc University. Washington,
As the official head of the Catholic edu
cational system In America, as well as
because of his polished eloquence. Doctor
Conaty was well received. He said. In
Flftr yean ago it n declared that general
education wcuM remrdr all cilnicx evils and lea
sen, tt not aboliah. crlm.
In the world of science It waa said that science,
fully developed, would be tha paaacea tor all
It o examine rraulta. w will find neither
promise fulniletl. Intellectual crime It rjch a
term may tie used baa certainly Increased. Re
finement in crime is In evidence on all aides.
Wbere la the fault' I (eel satisfied that It
must be placed to the credit of a one-alded edu
cation: the evil la In the divorce ot education
trwn positive reHcloa.
Withdraw religion with Its precepts as an es
aentlal factor in education and vou have, as a
result, mental refinement wltnout balanclnc pow
er of 1U and ot heart prcptrlr Instructed.
Religion an "Klectiie Mndy."
Rellsloa in many ayiteraa ot education has
brcome a sort of elective study; It la optional, it
forms no part ot a prescribed coure. As a re
sult, the youthful mind come? to the conclusion
tnat relldon Is not so Important- II reiuicn en
ters at all Into such systems of instruction it is
lareely as a Sunday garment worn on occasion
and necessary only at certain moments of life
No man wno values social Improvement along
relUloua lints can fall to be trlchtened at the
results of our educational efforts, liank defalca
tions'. Senate briberies, postal frauds. stocJc cam
bUcr. divorce Increase, ataxe Indecencies. liter
ary deceneracy surely thoie are not the result
at illiteracy. They are the crimes ot educated
ine empty cnurcnes. owing to wnicn so muca
Is written: the unchurched masses Increasing so
amazingly in our larte centers, are the results cf
an education walcn has minimized religion aa a
teacher with a message ot salvation and has
practically bcnMied It trom tfcti schoolroom.
Heliglon evidently has lost Its hold upon ruch
fople. and If we seek for reasons we will cer
tainly find one In the fact that religion haa not
bees made the warp and woof of the Instruction
necessary to derelcp mind and heart In manhood
At to-day's session the conference heard
an address on the "Methods of Teaching
History In College." by the Reverend Boni
face Verveyen of St. Benedict's College, At
chison. Kas. Considerable discussion fol
lowed, after which Professor John M.
Reiner of St. Thomas College. Vlllanova,
Pa., read a paper on the "Teaching of So
cial and Political Science In Colleges."
Delegates Discussed High Schools.
The delegates entered upon a general
conference ot Catholic high schools. Intro
duced by a statement from the chairman.
Bishop Conaty. to the effect that the con
ference of last year, having discussed tho
question of Catholic high schools, ha had
presented the matter before thn anniul
meeting of the Archbishops, and It was
their desire that this conference make some
suggestions relative to a plan of Incor
porating high-school work in the Catholic
35 stem of education
Election of officers for the ensuing year
resulted: President, the Right Reverend
Thomas J. Conaty, Washington. D. C;
e retary-treasurer. Doctor Thomas 1.
O'Hara, Erametsburg. Md.
It was decided that the next conference
of the representatives of Catholic colleges
In America be held at PhlhQelphia. on July
10 and 1L VXO.
CANON CITY. COLO f? V. w, .
yate secretary to the president of the Great
iern road at Chicago, committed sui
cide. He was suffering from nervous pros
tration. EVANSVILLE. IND.-Clarence Jenkins
pleaded guilty In the Circuit Court to man
slaughter and was sentenced to the State
PSfJ1 i?T an. '"determinate sentence. He
killed his neighbor. Charles Baker, last
March because he.was Jealous of him.
PITTSBURG-FIfteen men were burned.
one fatally and eight seriously, at the
Homestead Steel Works. A ladle fllled
with molten metal was being lowered into
tho pit when the drum of the crane broke.
-w0X7-The cable Eteanier Colonla has
sailed for ancouver to lay the Rlrl'i.h
Pacific cable from British1 Colunfbla to
ranning I-land. Another steamer will nail
in a few days to lav the section from Fan
ning Island to the FIJI Islands
jiimuuua, JiwiT. George Rowan
EFfcSSE" a.na.F.T,r.i": "Hariri ?Pac
o .-'.., aa nmcu in a runaway.
KBARXEr NEB.-The Fusion Conven
!,OIor.J,he,SIxtn Congressional District
nominated former Adjutant General P. l"
STf?".3.1 3 ocIo 'n the morning. The
Nevllfi represented by CongTe.-sman
BERKELEY. CAL Thnm.. tc- t.
sUtantprofessor or history and economlea
at the rinlverslty of CallforaiaThas accepted
UnlfertFof Texal P""C" ,CltnCe ,n tt
WHEATON TO VISIT PEORIA.
General May Settle There After
Peoria, July 10. General Lloyd Whraton
will arrive In this city at noon to-morrow
from Chicago. He will be met at Bureau
Junction by a delegation of citizens, and
upon his arrival In this city a monster re
ception will be glv-n him. participated In
by several companies of the National Guard,
a detachment of the naval reserves from
HolLce. Union Veterans Union. G. A. R.;
Sens of Veterans and civic societies. There
will 1m a parade at S5Q.
General IVheaton was born on a farm near
I'eoria, ana enusiea here in the beginning
of the Civil War. He has announced It is
possible that after retirement, -on July 15.
he will take up his home here, residing on
the old farm. Captain Louis Bash, who was
attached to General Wheaton's staff, arrived
nomc a jew oays ago. ana will De present
to-morrow at the reception.
PATIENT COMMITTED SUICIDE.
Thomas Byan Jumped Over Ban
nister at Poor Farm.
Tbomaf Ryan, an Inmate of the Insane
ward of the Poorhouse. committed suicide
yesterday afternoon by jumping over a
bannister on the third story of tho dormi
tory to the first floor, a distance of about
forty-flve feet. His skull was fractured and
he died at 5:li two hours after the lean.
Rvan was returning from a walk. Sev
eral attendants were near, but were unable
to restrain Ryan, so quickly did he Jump
from the stalrwar.
He was a teamster before he became de
mented. He was sent to the asjlum several
months nco from his hnm. at Anm ti.
d!o street. Doctor Runge. Superintendent
j' '" 4ujiij-i uiuuuunceo nis case incura
ble, and. as bo wan at no time violent. Rv
an was transferred to the Poorhouse.
Coroner Funkhouser will be notified Of
Ryan 9 death this morning and will Investi
ZINC NEAR SHELTERVILLE.
Boston Kates Discovers Rich Ore
on His Farm.
Harrlsburg. nL. July 10. Word was re
ceived here to-day that Boston Rates dis
covered a very rich zlne lead on his farm
near Sheltcrvllle. on the line between Pope
and Hardin counUes. which is said to be
worth JL.O00.ttM. C. A. Gordon, a traveling
man, who was bunkoed a few years go
into buying forty acres of land In Pope
County, which was at that time considered
worthless, has given up his position on the
road and engaged In mining zinc ore from
his land. II r. Gordon has refused n.OCO an
acre for his land, which he bought for JI0
per acre, which at that time was considered
a high price.
A Closing Out Sale of
Shirt Waists. Wrappers and Shirt Waist Suits
Broken sixes every edd and end in stock at halt price aad less.
This emson's Litest styles In Irish
linens and madrases broken slza.
Solid-colored waists linens, mad
rases and canvase tailor-made
Broken sizes In Lawn Wrappers one lot regular price ?4.00 to day's
sale price $2.00. One lot regular price $2.75 to-dny's sale price $1.50.
50 TiJInr-Made Blark Taffeta Silk Walking Skirts new.
est side-plaited mod el regular price $15.00
July Clearance Sale
Infants' and Small Children's Wear Department begins to-day
this price list gives an Idea of the reduction.
Honeycomb Bibs, 5c
Fancy Bibs, lare-trimmed, 10c.
nand-Quilteil Bibs. 20c.
Linen Table Bibs,- 20c.
Infants Elastics, a pair, 10c.
Silk Cap Linings, in white,
Colored Wash Dresses,
This Includes the entire mock of
dresses for baby boys and girls
A few tumbled and soiled white
years, waist effects were $250
be closed out at
Short Dresses 6 months to 2 years tucked yokes hemstitched ruffle 50c
Some $2.25 Dresses 2-year-old size reduced to $1.75.
Variety of White Gulmpe Dresses 2 and 3 years $1.50 to $11.50.
Short Skirts G months to 3 years prices begin at 50c
Coats and Keefers at one-quarter off regular prices.
Our entire stock of colored cloth and white, pink and blue pique coats
and reefers i months to 3 years.
WOMAN RETURNS TO
SERVE OUT SENTENCE
Mrs. Nellie Montgomery, Who Es
caped From Missouri Peniten
RAN AWAY TO SEE CHILDREN.
Apologizes for Lemaining Away
Longer Than She Indicated in
a Note at the Time of
Jefferson City. Mo.. July lO.-Mrs. Nellie
Montgomery, the only female convict who
ever escaped from the Missouri Peniten
tiary, to-day presented herself nt Warden
Wooldrldge's office and established second
precedent by surrendering to complete her
Nellie Montgomery was sent up from
Platte County two years ago. to serve &
term fcr assaulting another woman. She
t.f famllv of three children in Flatte
County when the prison doore closed behind
her. Last winter she was made a sevaat In
the residence of tho Warden ana m reuru
are she walked off. boarded a train and dis
appeared, leaving a note behind, stating
that she wtjuld return In March, after pro
viding for her children In Platte County.
The Penitentiary officials had been
searching for her since February, but failed
to find a clew, more than that she had ap
pearea In Platte County In man's clothing
and visited her children. The woman. In re
turning to-day. came in from St. Louis
alone and went cut to the Penitentiary.
When she gave herself up she remarked
that she bad an apology to offer for not re
turning In March, but she had been sick
and unable to come. Unless pardoned, she
wUl be compelled to serve her full term,
without the benefit of the three-fourths
VOLUANIU ULUUU uniuuo
FEAR TO FORT DE FRANCE.
Fort De France. Martinique. July 10.
Between 8 and 9 ocIock yesterday
evening a violent volcanic cloud.
charged with electricity, appeared In
The cloud waa intensely black and
seemed constellated with luminous
points, and was streaked vertically
and horizontally with lightning.
The appearance of the cloud was
accompanied by loud thundering and
the atmosphere tfa dlstres!nsly
warm, The population was fright
ened, but remained calm.
STRUCK LARGE ARTESIAN WELL
Dallas, Tex., Slay Use It for City
Dallas. Tex.. July 10. A tremendous flow
of pure artesian water wan struck to-lay
four miles west of the city. The Dallas Furl
and OH Company a year ago commented
boring for oil. Two wells caved In at a
depth of about LOCO feet. A third was bored
and Is now down IJC0 feet. For several
days rumors oi .ne sinning pi " ' " " I
artesian water have been afloat,
Dallas Is more anxlou to get a suracient
and permanent water supply than rhe Is to
trlke olL This afternoon a committee of
citizens, headed by City Commissioners Sul
livan and HUL Including bankers, mer
chants and professional men. went out to
inspect. They were astonished at what they
Commissioner Sullivan pronounces the
well the strongest, artesian flow ever struck
In this county. Through a two-Inch pipe it
threw a solid stream of water more than
100 feet in the air. Through a six-Inch pipe
It flowed continuously a full stream several
feet above the top. The flow was timed
by watches and showed to be L3W.O0O gal
lons per day.
Dallas has spent In twenty years nearly
J3.O0O.UOO for a water supply on a purface
plant, and gotten very unsatisfactory re
sults. Another bond Issue election is set
fcr August 5. The people arc now agi
tating for an artesian system, and may de
feat the bond Issue, If provisions are not
made to spend at least a part of the money
la sinking artesian wells.
S12.50 . . .
Shirt Waists Et4." Or Q 7C
fj Va I s
Irish linens, lawn. India llncns-the
ncwot blnu styles, with tailor
collar, or shirt-waist model.
Very fine lawns all are well madf-1
cluster tucks or In box plaits front
7o-D.fr 'j Sale Fr.cr.
ITand-Crocheted Booties. 25c.
Hand-Crocheted Saccules. 25c
Kid Bootees and Ankle Ties, a pair,
pink and blue. 50 cents each.
lA Off the Regular Prices
from C months to 3 years all are
Dreses for tots of 2 and 3
to $S.00 only a few to
VISIT CAMP WELLS.
United States Soldiers Inspect Mil
itiamen's Headquarters Six
Mile Practice March.
Montcsano Park, July 10. The citizen sol
diers received a- visit from Uncle Sam's
regulars today at Camp Wells. Troops K
and G. In command respectively of Lieu
tenants Henry and Phillips, came down
from Jefferson Barracks oa a practice
Both of these companies, and also Battery
A of St. Louis, are to participate In the
sham battle which Is scheduled to take
place at the Fair Grounds July 2$. The
regular officers Inspected the camp and
seemed well pleased with all they saw. The
militiamen and regulars mingled and many
an exchange cf yarns followed.
In the ranks of the First Regiment were
many men who had seen service In the reg
ular army, and a few found acquaintances
among the members of the Fourth Cavalry.
The ceremony of guard mount this morn
ing was rather better than before. Captain
Wools was Installed as officer of the day
and Lieutenant E. L. Dora as officer of the
guard. There was little work for them, ex
cept an endeavor to locate the man who
stalled a donkey in Captain Boswell's tent.
This trick was executed Tuesday night, and
again last night. CapUln Boswell is of the
opinion that t?nts are not the proper quar
ters for donkeys.
Several companies spent the afternoon to
day on the rifle range, soma of them shoot
ing like veterans. The highest score cs yet
Is S out of a possible 23. Captain CKeefe
vows that be can beat thin when he gets
Ono of tho tatter's feats In the sham bat
tle yesterday has not been recorded. It
will live In the First Regiment records as
"O'Keefe's Howitzer. The enemy was a
long time coming, and the Captain thought
that, aa no cannon were possessed by the
regiment he would devise one. So he pro
cured a section of heavy smokestack. This
he mounted on cordwonl supports. For
front sight he pasted on with clay an empty
cartridge-bcx. and for rear sights he at
tached a cigar-box with V-shaped notches In
Then he had a squad of men kneel with
rtne directed through the "cannon's bar
reL" The simultaneous discharge of the
bprlngnelds In tho stack made a roar like
a dozen cannon and a belching of smoks
truly terrifying to see.
The Women's Training School excursion
Saturday. It Is expected, will bring a good
crowd from St Louis. Quite a number of
visitors were on hand to-day. Among them
were Mrs. Ernst Schoen. Mrs. E. J. Koch
nnd party Miss May L. Doner and party,
Mrs. Frederick Denver. Mr. W. McDonald.
Sergeant Shaw and Marquardt of the
noncommissioned officer staffs treated
Misses Clar and May Klernan to a novel
buggy rid In the Quartermaster's store
wagon. Lieutenant Rosenfeld and Corporal
Lindsay reported for duty to-day. The sec
ond battalion was put through a six-mile
,..e "0?ni Jf -e BaskervHIes." the
latest and best Sherlock Holmes story by
Conan Doyle, will begin as a serial In next
IOWA FARMER BURIED
$9,000 HOARD IN JARS.
Bradyvllle. la.. July 10. Several
Jars, containing more than .( m
gold and paper money, were found
burled yesterday In the rear of the
heme of Wesley Ferrens, who died
recently at the age of S6 years.
Ferrens had lived on the farm 61
years, and at the time of his death
an elderly daughter was his only
companion. Besides the money found
h- left realty valued at $2,000.
Elk.' Lodge at Shclbrvlllr. III.
ShelbyvlIK IIL. July ll-The Shelbyvilie
Lodge of Elks was Instituted here to-ntr
with seventy-eight charter members the
Hal toon and Decatur lodges doing ttw
work. The officers elected are: Sxaltect
niler. Oscar Lgwls: leading knight. William
Baurn: loyal knight. George Pearson: lec
turing knight. Doctor Guy C Fraker- es
quire. H. B. Traut: tyler. Clark Dove;" sec
retary. Charles Weller; treasurer. Doctor J.
C. W estervelt: trustees. J. jr. Ballard. Mor
ris Kleemen. W. S. Mlddlesworth.
A new building will be erected In the
heart of the city In the Immediate future,
where the lodge will have Its home.
Charged With Two Murders.
South McAlester. I. T.. July 10. Grant
Williams, charged with the murder of two
men at Garvey railway camp on the Choc
taw extension to Ardmore several months
ago. was landed in jail here this morning.
having been arrested In Arkansas and
turned over to the Central District of In
dian Territory by a writ of removal granted
Verj Great Bargains
Children's Caps and Bonnets
Mull Cans that have been 50c and
75c reduced to 10c.
Pilfe and Mull Caps and Bonnets
that were $1.75 to $4.50, all reduced
Infants' Long Slips Greatly Reduced
A few that have become soiled re
duced from $4.50 to 9Sc
A fen' Hand'Made Slips
Shamrock Dimities, 6c
Lavenders, Lilacs, Dahlias, Hsliotropes.
Foulard silk designs, in black and plain white and lavender strlpea,
white, on delicate lilacs and laven- I some beautiful designs, in tiny
ders Dresdens tiny polka spots white spots and bowknots
75 pieces on sale In basement at 9 o'clock this morning;
Regular SOc Lace
Oood formno smiled on us again
we have been able to get 100 dozen
of these In all sizes black, white.
"-wi Puffs, worth 20c. for 10c
The SOc Down PmTs for 25c
I'UMii Pun's, worth 25c, for 5c
Imported Face Powders
A. Bourjols & Cle.. Paris an exquisitely dainty article tints are
Blanche, Naturelle, Rachel and Rose, made of purely barley corn a S5c
powder for 45c a box to-day.
Savon Societie Hygien
We will remind those Tho .like
something especially nice in soaps
that S. V. & B. Is headquarters for
this delightful soap.
The 2.15 p. m. St, Louis-Denver train arrives Den
ver 3.15 p. m. the next day; it allows more than a half
day in St. Louis and a good part of the next afternoon
in Denver. This is the only through train to Colorado
from St. Louis in the afternoon.
Immediate connections for interior Colorado points.
VERY LOW RATE COLORADO TOURS ALL SUMMER.
Describe your proposed trip and let cs advise you the least cost, sending yott
free onr Special Summer Publications. ,
City Ticket Office, S. V. Corner Broadway and Olive Street.
General Passenger Office, 604 Pine Street.
Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo $21.00'
Glenwood Springs, Colo 31.00
Salt Lake and Ogden, Utah 36.00
TICKETS ON SALE JULY I TO 13, INCLUSIVE.
The Wabash Line Runs Magnificent Through
Sleeping: Cars Between
Leave St. Louis 9:0O A. M. Daily
Arrive Denver 11:00 A. M. Next Day
Arrive Colorado Springs 10:35 A. M. Next Day
Arrive at Pueblo 11:50 A. HI. Next Day
Ticket Office, - Eighth and Olive.
by the Eastern District of Arkansas. WI1-llam-i
Li said to hae shot and killed Mr.
Doland. the timekeeper of the camp, and
also wounded another man. who died from
his injuries. Mr. Garvey, head of the camp.
was also shot.
Killed Iloardlnr at Train.
Hlgbee. Mo.. July 10. Aubrey H. Morton,
aged 15 years, living near Renlck. was
killed near Clark to-day In attempting to
board a Chicago and Alton train.
Kl Pn.o. Tei., Get a Italn.
El Paso. Tex.. July Ml The flrst rain for
six months In this -action of the arid South
west fell this morning. It Is believed that
the rainy crason will now follow.
Dirk Martlnem Captured.
El Taso. Tex.. July 10. Arizona rangers
have captured at Naco Rlcardo Marquero.
alias Dick Martlnex. a fugitive from Justice
and a desperado wanted for murder and
other crimes In Southwest Texas.
A MEASURE OF MERIT.
St. Locals Cltlaens Should Welch "Well
Proof of merit lies In the evidence.
Convincing evidence In St. Louts.
Is not the testimony of strangers.
But the endorj-ement of St. Louis people.
That's the kind of proof given here.
Tho statement of a St. Louis citizen.
Mr. Jerry Mahoney of ISM Gratiot, ave..
ays: "I am entirely at a loss to know the
cause of pain In the back and trouble with
the kidney jecrctlons. Tne latter were far
too active, 'n fact, the control was so lim
ited that finally they became a positive an
noyance. My son went to WoIft-WHson's
for Dean's Kidney Pills and T took a course
of the treatment. It stopped the backache
and regulated ins acucn or tne Kianey se
cretions, I am prepared to make an affi
davit any time touching the above.
For sale by all dealers. Prlco 5 centsjt
box. Foster-Mllbum Co.. Buffalo, X. T
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan'a and take bo
Mull Caps and Bonnets that were
51.75 to $3.30 reduced to OSc.
Sun Bonnets for women and chil
One lot of Women's White San
Bonnets that were $2.00 reduced to
Cambric, hemstitched, 25c.
Dimity Slips, round lace yokes, era
$2.50. reduced to $1.75.
at J4 off regular prices.
Lisle Gloves for 25c.
mode and gray and yon may havo
them to-morrow at half price.
These are best quality. Imported
Flat Wool imffs, ribbon strap, 20c
ones for 10c.
S..V.& B.Pine Tar Soap
Highly antiseptic our own prep
aration we believe it to be so good
that It will make friends Jast and
will make fast friends try It for
shampooing the halr-rlOc a cake.
'FOLLOW THE FLAG"
This slgsatcra is oa every box of the gesaina
remedy that esrea at cola 1b ese t
C. & A. Promotes C. A. Kins:.
Marshall. Mo.. July 10.-C A. Klajf,
formerly traveling freight agent of thoChi
cago and Alton, with headquarters at
Jacksonville. IIL. has been appointed
freight agent of the "Western division of
the road, with headquarters' In this city.
He will aico have charge of the Missouri
territory, north of the mala lino of tho
Republic "Want" ads always lead. She
hundred and ninety-four separate ads
EVERY tVOMAJT Is l-it.rtrtert and iBoold
traow about th wonderful PEERLE3S
Spray Syrlrirs lndcrJ'd by lending physicians. "Th
favorite of all women wbo havs tried It. Perfect
Injection and nnetlon. Capacity half plat. It
Is th- xafrit and most convenient- It cleanses
Instantly and dors Its work perfectly.
Compare our Syrlnre and price. Ak your dror
glst for the "PEERLESS": If he cannot sappTr
you accept no other, but tend direct to us aad
ww will forward yon one at once, secarelr packed.
rre from observation, on thirty darn free, truT
Price. CfO. and a cents extra for postass with
fell directions for cslng and valoable hints to
Udle. If cash Is nt with order wa pay th
tXMUxe.A1lr n riders In confidence to
THE PEERLESS SUPPLY cot.
7 d: 74 Elm Street. New Yorlc
Kadakst late Masses,
I Tiir-Metiri, Karen
V .X. .IS. iM
4-,.S -5- jt-r-r J
aiV - - ' - -
-u -c . o.
- -C-. J!
tyJllgSj.v t'j? T'