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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY 13, 1902.
tJlI.7 f I?3? ' ,so railed upcn to mourn
ULl? !..,ot ,n.rolllr John F. sexton, who had
51 i2ls. lo3ce as "Utanlut for ten )r. A
JiJ5JSf 2Y PNKI tn Master tankman
Aioert jitoar. tn accordance with the usiul cui"
rom-or this lodge, for faithful wrrii-s in llUntf
t2? j wnl'e fcervlnj: as m rrviT and foreman of
TTlf lOflnt I4rn1t. c . .?... ... inn trim una
Cflvincai to the rank of nat master. rr
gjpted -Kith a handsome pant muster- I'kIk'.
gtie presentation speeches were maile by Gran.!
i wuroer iienry av. Mter. wucn were miiugiy
k'PJI'ondea to by the recipient.
B-sPnOfinlx Inrtirt. hnrf a fair nf renAinee lavt Thur.-
: meat. Considerable baslness wos transacted
matters of Interest 10 the lodce were ill-
fsed. One nnnlleation far merohershlti was re
lived and rnnre are in Kicht for the near futnre.
Che new ntflrvTK rilled their iTeitlons for the
Trtt time, and each one serne,J to tk a rp-ui
pride In seelnc linw xiell the work could be done
Without the use of the ritual.
i On July 3 Kllendale Lodge. No. CI. was mn
oJIdated -Rith Vera Ixxice. No , at initinn
Heights by Orand Kerorder Iteiry W. Mejer.
tfelsted by Fred r. Rrbe. Peter H. Glllerle an-1
there. At the clne of the meeting coffee lancn
nd dears were ned and an ecjojatile time
Baa Indulged In. . .
On July S Missouri IyvSge, No. 4. had a lrs
fttt.endance at Its meeting-, at which the n-wly
gocted nffleers were Installed by Orand rterortier
enry W Meyer, assisted by Fred C. Hrbe an-i
ethera. Intercrtlr.s addresses were delUerea ij
e crand recorder and Brother Elbe
8t ln-tns Lodste at It-- roeetlnp on Tuesdav re
ceived one application 1r n.einberfhlp i,a'
Workman Klein railed on eat h of Beer for a I"
Seinarks. and all n!tlr-d th-m-rl t" a? "
2iey could to further the trterests of the lo-
?nd the order. A pleasant time a spent aw
Isht refreshments wire frve.1 ,,.,.,i.
On Tuesday evening the officer, or Ilenetia
JjodF" were Installed by irand Kecorder H""
jV. Meyer, aerlstvl bv Albert Allinn. of J nlte.1
ryylge Jacob Marru.. srand iruldf. r-mesi
Wilms. Albert Iter).', and M. I'aesl-r. ToOT;
dats were lnltta'l for the lo.iKe by the nana
TtmrnrAm. In ft... LVIi.k rftltnt 2l.'Sted W IiroIIl
9?J&cor Marccs ana oiners. 'uw wn - -Jitiected
from thi- lodge In the near future, as
forts are vr fiieoaraKinc iivm iu . m
mK.i -Vn Vm r.r).tnied to file at'Itltcatlont
i-Sor mmt-'-hir. In th- nejr future. After the
tneetiTi, -'-I.nt. and lunch nere served by
o- V -t eimnp the offlcrrs of Vtlted
Eedse v.,r ln.talled by Grand Recorder Jlcnry
V '. l.-i1 b Oran.l Hecetver I. K.
KalTna-r 1 rd " l"rle. N. Stelner. Nathan
Ei iaf-Vr F and V Kuppincer and Geo. Wahl-Sau-er
v 1 u-e sttend:tni-e was pre-ent. n
Mnli a'e ..is initiated and considerable business
n?a TH' a t'"l I ner the CO el of the order
f ddres were male br the pra!! tecorder. the
Erand receiver and Fred C. Krbe. after which the
lnd -. w i ,l'c and all weie milled to iiartalve
Cf a lunrli and refreshments.
Wa-h.rcti.n IhIk- had o ood attendance at
Its last nvetinc and Installed the fnllowlnc ofrt
cer: Vi) huchardt. past mailer workman;
Adclr-h Iihmueller. niater workman; Michael
Mlchl. oereer. John Dlren. rerder: Nieh.!a
lUren. fmani ier. Fhillp Sanerweln. r . r-"eler;
Aus-trt Seherer. jpiide; Feter IMnpel Inside
rratchman; Henry Jetrch. outsid waterman,
?nd IV-tyr F. W. "Veseler. medical examiner.
Hester of IIinnr, A- O. C- AV.
Murrell Jvyjpe will liold Its n't rejular meet
lpr Fr!da eenlni;. July K at Anchor Hall.
IVirk and JelTenmn aenu- Thl mettnc ui.I
be conlueted bv the rwly elected chif of
h'-nor. Alice Thfiry. the jnunjtest presKinc oi-Ji.-er
of any lodce in St. Wiui? Quite a num
ber of Grand I!j:e officer re-idlng In the city
have eipreesed their Intention to b.- promin
thl caslon. Sister Ixn:. Merer, the rvilrlns
past chief of liurrell L-nlce lia returned fr.ira
lift trip to Portland re . and will cH e an
lnfrestlnT account of her sojourn out Vet.
illss Itertha Iutes. the iwpular financier of
this lodge, will Fpend her vacation In Denver.
Hyd Park lodce held a splendid meeting on
Wednesday cvenlna The installaticn of otTlcetK
was conducte.1 bv Ieputy Grand Chief of Honor
Clara IJelle Murrell. assisted by Glnevra 1.
Miller a. past Brand hlef. Sister Hallow na
Erand ladv of henrr. Sister Wmler rranj chief
of ceremonies and f-l-ter 5irrie Johnson as
rrand iher. At the conclusion of the installa
tion ceremonies Interesting speeches were made
by many of the visitors present. Grand Mas
ter Workman Miller and Fat Superior "hlef
Glnevra I MUler pave a KiOnine account oi
the recent Superior Ld se-lon and rejwrtei
i steady jrrowth in the order throucho'Jt the
entire Jurlsdictlrn. .This lodRe.wlll cle an eie
rant entertainment at Its net regular meeting-
"Wednesday evemne. Julv 23. for the benett
of it. members. AdmlsIon fee will be 10 cents
a perS'ti. and all members cf the ?t. Ivuls
Ixdpe aie most earnestly incited to participate.
This 1 wlce meets en the second and fourth
-Vedn-da,s of each month at Eleventh rtrect
find New house avenue.
rnu dsr heM Its reclllar meetlnR-
Tl urrdaj evening at Robert and Mlrhtss-n a-.e-uii'
- i vvhlco time the nev.lv elettrl ofriccrs
n- inctniied Sv nepiJrand chief of Honor
la- i I' Murrell. a's'sted bv Mr !". II Murrell
a- t and f-hief of honor Moilie Keane as granl
l-i . '..n r. ?.lanruente Peyor as crand cMef
cf r ri . and M- McCoiium as grand uber.
In -k ' lffl -er- "aa H Murrell and Alice
JJ - -- preiented with elegant bouquets.
A ia-p 'ciegai m from Olive nranch Ilge. No.
PI f ih ft i W. i.as present and refresh-
roer. tt-r- rerteo
A n lcjge will Irstall Its officers on Mon
fiaj evening July 14. at which time all visitors
are wr -iit n:s lodge has bad the third wed-
fine am-sng its membership Inside of a jear. In
ale i-r- 3 of Miss Mavme Schneider and Mr
'Otto Serrr who were mewled An Jime 1 The
Jo"g ei'enjl-i i . thrm Its heartv congratulations.
3H. c, mpi- M w-pii Lnr.wn throurhot re
lolgc. of he riegree of Honor as one of the most
arat -nil uH-i- and ia -ervert man terms in
f--.t r-s'-n Mr otto Pehrt is well known In
t:i' A ' ' ' t 1 ig as a mmbe, of captain
Po-vo -t n us Magnolia I-odce degree team
The . fe .ts of Th -nix llge. No. 4. were
ltttNed on la-t TueIay evenlnt by Deputy
O-and TiIf r' Honor "iara II Murrell. assiste.1
m lla-rnah M Gillevide. MoIIie Keane Mrs.
Mcfojium and MIs Harlow. Quite a large gath
ering cf members of various lodges was pres
ent s"eral f whom made er' Interesting and
ahl addres Ona of the pleasant features of
the evening was the presentation of a bouquet
-f A-nlean bautv roses to the chief of honor
Ah-e r Mulkev. who was installed as presiding
officer for the f urteenth consecutive term. After
the husme of the evening was closed Im
promptu eitertalrraer.t. lwtb vocal and Instru
mental, was rendered, after which ice cream and
cake were served
Wot End lyidge. No 3. had an Interesting
meetlnc on July . Initiated one candidate and
w-a compllmenttd with a large attendance from
jlst-c lodge, which represented Hyde Park.
?orth End. Aim. Thoenix and Murroll lodge"
the .H?casIon .elng the installation of officers,
which was conducted by Deputy Grand Chief
of Honor Cla-a Belle Murrell, a-slsted by Gin
jvra Ij. Miller as past grand chief of honor. Sis
ter Johnson as grand lady of honor, sister Mc
llum n6 grand chief of ceremonies and Adele
Ritn.fr a vmnH ark.. ?(- i j -. ..
"; ,i ' -;"" -" i-jsver Alice t-. iiumey.
rrand lady of honor, rent regret on account of
IS ili.or,d-L.?a,r T'raP' of Fraternl honored
the lodge with a -1lt nn ntnAn. .w lVl..
TU.h J.?2S. tC"-! Progreirnide'Vn
v; "V : """J""" ."" In session or the su
Ti v.xd"' .V frtnclPal topic of discussion
rnrrte iVt" ln ,he """ Ich was
ximl1 iY S1j11i'r Representative William II
SIcter Ima Meyer, wife of the popular grand
KS27fVri U" F SIeV; Huntefand
1,17 Sii' I'5'rt; brother and sister Rail-
-ti0'0' i0,"""'nn Ivnltrlifa.
All the lodges had good attendances at the
? notwithstanding thV trcme "warrn
niVid h, "& of baseball games are betas
was N.t7eeS"rdfiTf'l,fit Cfme of the sVriel
k7 k WP. St-.Iils Lodge and Express lodge,
which resulted In favor of the formrrT-nd tie
S?n.d K3?S was between Phoenlr 'and et.
l?j-TVtich resul,' " the defeat of Phoenix
team. The next game will be Played Julv 11 he
'."n ..Express lyrfge and Phoenli LEe A
'''egatlon from St. Louis LodKrw?nt t6 Sieel
vlll.rMo.. to attend the funeral of BrothVr
iiSl SonSyeS" - " " '
srargurire council received one application and
was entertained with txmgs toy Messrs. HlS-ifOr
Jutr. O'Brien. Maloney and cbeke: InstnirnSS
aeJectlens by UeMrt. Feldes. Hlckey Sd An.
tram; redtaUons by .Meairs. ilulfcn . Mah
Quirk, lllordan. lliley and Kelleher. aU"r'
Felix Council received one application. An
nouncement waa made that Itesent IV u Sleck
tr...fc?d ?nated an elegant silk umbrella, which
? b" ai'oosed of by a drawinc at the meetlnit
July IS. to be particlpatnd In by an jnemlir
"In. haa Fecured applications flncl ilarch
1- The meetlce was entertained ivith lnitru
inental muilc by Fred Zitz. nho. ultb James 1.
Jvrez. grave an account of their Yltlt to the new
council recently organized at Granite aty. ill.
Laclede Council held an InteresUnr meetlnr.
wnn lire i-eter uevtne In the chair. Jluch
rout.ne business was transacted, but the special
feature of the eeninir wax nn lMiH.t n in
ylrtnff address upon "Esprit de Corps." by loais
Vandeventer Council hoA n lreil-ftti .
lnc: one candidate was initiated and one applies-
with SSSx&m raESSrZ. cAnera,er"mM
vnevauer council received two applications,
nd determined to dve a steamboat PTnircinn
A u rust in connection with ncn.i rit.. cM.n.
IHckory Council had ore application and one
Initiation. Orator F. J. Reppenhasen resigned
because of conflicting business enaEement. and
Henry Gausch acted temporarily, nllinn the posi
tion like a veteran. The Entertainment Commit
tee rep ted all arrangements made for a three
das' celebration at llannlon's Park August 15.
1C and 17. lncludlnc Saturday matinee. Hick
ory's baseball team keeps ln training, and Is
ready to accept challenges from any quarter. A
srame will be played this mornlnc at Carondelet
Euclid Council received one application. Resent
Peter Devlne and Secretary Ben "Weidle. both
of Laclede Council, were visitors and made val
uable talks. Duty XVII consisted of musical
and elocutionary numbers and was generally par
ticipated In by the members present.
North End -Council received two application.
A ladles' night was arranetd for the next meet
. lng; for the members only and their lady
e friends. Otto Wambold was elected irulde to fill
a vacancy. Deputy Louis E. Getty made a. belp
r ful address and Installed the new guide. Joseph
J. Voellmecke favored the meetlnr with sev eral
1 Easton Council bad one Initiation and was
'.entertained with recitations by Thomas Simpson
' and an eloquent address by Doctor EL F. Brady
of Carr Lane Council. F. W. Palmer of Comp
' ton -Hill Council was also a visitor and favored
' the meeting with a. number of selections on the
, Carr Lane Council held an unusually Interest
ing meeting. Regent H. D. Barnes presiding. Six
candidates were Initiated and three applications
received. Deputy John 1L Bohle was present
and made an Interesting address.. David L.
Kemly. who Is accredited with over thirty In
itiates this year, was elected and Installed vice
resent and A. G. Lober wa elected organist. A
pleasing featurue of the evenlnr. was the distri
bution of a. large number of souvenir plates to
the active workers ef Carr Lane.
Francis E. Cook, past regent of Valley Coun
cil, who Is sojourning tn Minnesota, attended
and creditably participated In the: session cf
the National Educational Association at Mlnne-
vr R. AnU-my. inember of the Grand Coun
cil Committee on Law, la mating a two weeks
vUlttohto brother. Albert L. Anthony, of Provl-
Doctor R-- Graham Hereford, orator xnd medl-FJtVx&-alner
of Spanish Lata Co-acO. bu csra
I tcriously 111. but his many friends will be glad
' to learn of his convalecence.
. K. Itnmble. past regent of Kl-l-iio-iv?
."cuncii. was a welccroc cillcr at the orand
Council -office. .. ..
11 1- McDowell, vice regent of alley coun
cil, hs the i.mlathy of his bnthren in the
death r hiM sff.i imaher. Mrs. S'irah J M -
lnell. She lived to a good od age and f-'J
ln her seicnly-elchth -ar. She had l-een a rt-n
'lent e.f St Lewis for many jiars and was hlghl)
csteeme.1 by a. large circle i! friends.
John Ja Moll.r Is folloulnc in the foolMeps
ef his father, the Isle Grand Secretary itI
Moller. He was Initialed in Henton Oun.ti on
lildav evening. .
Ai-etln Walsh, tlie rrhnt recer.tlv decea"ed rnera
ler f Valley euncil. was an edJ-tlmc rutir-iant
f i-t liuln anl will If tvell remember'n' h
the buelne. men of former ia Seveca
ears ago lie retired from active laziness. si e
nhich time be sere-0 ss the actuary cf e-e
Roman e'athclic rihan ejiums of i?t liui-.
which i-?llhn he fllieii with dlstingul-h-l ab.li
ty. His mernorj will le cherished t-j h msands
of little ones whose lives hac been htst-d t
Trilie if Ilrn-IIur.
Qun TaMer. No. 12. had a larsf sanaiin
on Thurl. Julv X aihl at It nxt m'-Mmx
mil Install the ti-nlv tkvtM oa.NT -sni prv
ire cream and rake to all iwn.iT his I ..u rs
irom other court5. Krrr r 1 Sc-tktnK f-r a
I a ix" rrowtl anI a cool time.
Inton ""ourt. No. 13 at it last nwtins
mt1 ice cream ami rake to a large cn.uJ .f
nirmierH anJ friivl5. It leln an oiti mcttnc
There uere a numlrfr f coh! talk- n th c -"-1
of the order bv oar rliif. trolhr Ictr !x-
ler. pan chief, l.rnther Van leae. and ,mr
rietvly artpolntet! drimty iuireme chlf. U. .
Iaet. aJtr uhlch erry Ion- nitrrj t- tli
DMtKjuet hall and rr.oy& th-m?eHes.
MlEFOuri. No Z7. will cUf a fiee uteamlnt
excursion n th Mutnr Hill t atur.a
evenlrijc. Jul ;. All members t th4 nW a-"
retiuestd to attrnd and brln thtlr Xriendj.
Wnctdmrii of the World.
The Woodmen of the World will vichT tl
twelfth annUers-ary of the f.njn4M.-n f their
orlr thl? afternoon at the Fair troun-N it .
monMer picnic am. athWilc carnival. nMi vrid
Irtnr man metnlrr! of the tate cam. i.. th
Wnrld5 Kalr ltj J C Root, fount" t !
order. if Omaha, will Im h vlltr. an.l r. ,M !-
avo!iipjnIed In many nembet of t S-'--ict
"ami. Incltidlnc Sovereien "leik J'n '' ai
John W rroxt. Sam G Smyth and vin I IkIii
n ntimtwrH are .n th prnrannie. mrljlmc
an aut"m"bl! race, for which mre thin ft'tv
prize nlll l Rten. arnonc them cv n lid
pdd rfMHitl?. a -nld pld watch, cold nd :;r
rrrj il5i t-U The ground- w:Il lie often until
II clKk thH ennB
111k t'airp had a lively and lntrrniHK r. trc
Wdnefpy etn!nj;. at which one caid I,-. v.n
lntructed and one application rei- M At
Wednced.ij efnin;. metinR two m -vl i-nt
to the by-law will b- art 4 uprn nd irM'irr--tlons
road for th annual furnixmre ar i : ni.
which will take place In Ausii5t.
Colonel John W. Croft f the Sovereign jti
of Omaha arrived In tfco c!t Tudt n
julne and will stop over for the Fair Criunl
Hickorj camp entertained It member .rd
friend Weitns.!v evening with an 'tn ii.t-
!nr luvjrl lasi.lo,! iuir nc iMnr to.. it Iti.
Isle. addre5.e- s nd rel-einteat- h crdr
1 of the eienin?:. tne tatme IUik etr-tlc s -
Itlons by --oerelsn Cunt-iucham. Mr. V.e.r
ISot&nical tVmp had a very larp att !ime
Monday ev-nlnR. r-evel thre airpltcjtl ! .ird
Initiated four Vtimi! Cmtmandr G-:.i lUr
t ritt of lllckorv Carnp. reprcntati cf th ii-
surance featu' of th oidr. wa- a x lior .tI
-cured a Uree nun: cr ftf appll a"i a.- Tie
camp 1 W'tklnr liard f r the fu-v- .f th
1'alr Oioundji celebratn. and 1H lw well rep
resented In the event open to Woodman $
erelpn lien Myer axe a Rraphlc dc-crltl'-n f
hU recnt annual hunt in and l.ehlr trip
Men-antll tanip liad the ;iict attenlinee in
s!x months at It nrtinc Saturday etnlns. to
candid-ite-s t-elr.p Initiated and three m(.Mt-at.on
received Ti:e camp will rprecn d in n
re'ay race to-day and esxect. to eartcre the $..
The ladle, of Oak Orcve entertained their mem- ,
br -nd rnaav fri.id with a nhin trlr to
'rut-iii S!jpl laet Sundey. a hnj Prt T
Iadl a-d cemlemen attndtnp. an I a mos-t n-
I an amp war awarded first prize for tatehtns
tne iarcti: nh and ioverviKn tnuuz oi ienion
Canrp heconl prUe.
KnlRlilo nnil IjviIIck f S'crnrlly.
lUrnony Council beld a fair meeting Ht
Patur!a evening and initiated one oandi-'at-.
SI. L. Itobinon was elected guard and Mis.
Camjil'l roxidurtor ard duly Installed.
ilartirtd Council held one of the nv-st rnthusl-a-tl-
and let-attnflel meetings ii the s on
last Tmrsdaj evening, it being the first gath
ering In the nw hall st No. 3$i9 Est 4t a.enue
A great deal nf routine bulnef. was trans
acted, cne candidate Initiated and thr e a) pli
cations received, ine council win give a n ujc
vnarmlng" the Slth of July. Many !- i-nt
speeches were made and the soncs rendered fcy
Olng Dlanchard soundly enrcned
Security VuncIl has to record the death of
Fitter llecker. she being the thinl me.nb-r of
the council to Join the great roajoritj rin-e its
organization. The charter was otftcUIly d apel
and apprcprlate resolutions adopted- Reg-lar
business with a coed attendance was the re
sult of this meeting On Monday. Jul II. will
cur th regular "open meeting." at which
time there will b "something d lag.' A tine
programme has been a-ranced. wh-rb everybody
1. Invited to enjey Music ty te lnnl. including
the celebrated artlts. Kronsoien ad Yanlell
Anchrr e'uuncll ha-1 hn Interesting tneeung te
ftli In.t.. with a good percentage of winter
present. Thr"e candidites were initiated and
two app-at'-ns ret ived. ItefieslTment. were
senfd dunng the evenlrg.
Aside fpi.. rxutln tta.mess Irlde ef te TVet
initiated two candidates at its las: meeting
This council will give Its third annual Iswn
party and basket picnic at compion Illil R. r
olr grounds fatuntay. July I&.
Anchor Home held a "warm" meeting lart
Wednesday evening One new member was added
to Its already goodly numbers.
Knlclits of 1'ydiln...
A feature of the Street Fair to be held In San
Francisco ln August, durlrg the International
gathering of the Knights of Pythias, will be
Nevada County's exhibit. Nevada County l on
of the oldest mining c-cnlles of California, anl
a proud bit of Its dlspi.i will be a gol.l brick
worth htlf a million dollars. A special guard
ef the rolice will watrii over the treasure lie
sides this In the exhibit will lie a collection of
old-time nuggets from the hills and canons o"
the county, carrying iX.'ttt of virgin gold; a
pyramid made of glistening, gold-bearing pre
cious quartz, value.! at a fabulous amount: the
most Interesting collection of mining Implement,
from the mo.t primitive used by the argonaut
prospector to the most Improved of the present
dav; a complete miniature hoMlng plant and
auartz mill operated by electricity, rhowlng how
mining Is carried on In the gold-yielding mother
lode district. Alongside of theee will be samples
of mammoth grapes, peaches, p-ars. apples,
rlum. and oranges, all of which grow to perier
lon In the county and are nct-d for lire ap
pearance, flavor and keeplrg qualities. Specimens
cf the famous mountain timber will also be on
exhibition At the end of the conclave th clti
zn of Nevada will be ready to escort the vis
itors on a special excursion, which will lie hal
on or about August 70. to an outing Into the
heart of the Sierra Nevada gold fields and give
them a picnic and birbeeue In a most pictur
esque mountain retreat between Nevada City
and Grass Valley.
Pythagoras Lodge fo. m. advanced two pages
to the rank or Esquire at last convention, being
assisted by P- C. Dalzell of Columbia Lodge.
Ono application was revived and several prr-n-led
for next convention. Tre ranlc of Knight
wU be conferred at next convention.
Lafayette Lodge No. IV. con'erre.1 th rsnSs
of lace and Efqulre at last convention At next
convention work In the Esoulre and Knlcht
ranks. Applications are still coming In a. tb
K R & S fgund one on his dek. which mesiri
nlentv of worn for the bet month of Augut Th
hnt weather does not seem to affect t"ie member",
as they make n very good showing nt every
IN JAIL FOR BEATING HIS WIFE.
Mrs. Snider Had a Guard, but lie
Went to Sleep.
Ed Matthews, a horseman nt the Delmar
raco track, went to sleep on a bread box
Friday night at No. 6X0 Olive Street road,
while" vcaltlng to accompany Mrs. Eliza
Snider to a street car to protect her from
the furv of her husband, whom she I? suing;
for divorce. His lack of vigilance PJ ve-l
disastrous, for. while sleeping;, fanlder
rapped him over the head s-everal timers
with a club. Inflicting two dangerous scalp
Mrs. Snider conducts a lunch stand on
the Olive Street road at the number Mated,
and when her husband had disposed of her
BL-ard, he turned on her. As a result of
the assault she was yesterday carrying her
arm ln a sling, as It had been fractured In
two places. Her right eye was liadly
swollen and discolored and her neck was
red and swollen where she had been
Mrs. Snider lives at No. 2 Franklin
avenue. About three months ago she in
stituted proceedings for divorce and it was
this action which led to the assault Fri
day night. After the assault a crowd gath
ered around Snider and held him until of
ficers came. Mrs. Snider swore out a war
rant beforo Justice Camnkell and Snider
was taken to the Clayton jail, where he is
held in default of a i0 bond,
will take place next Saturday.
ST. LOUIS COUNTY PARAGRAPHS.
Jndge C A. AVurdcmuu. F. A. llcl
dorn. Fred E&Sen. Otto Prciss. Kd ltartoiil.
Theodore Hecse. Senator B. U. ilatthe'vs.
"Walter Jlclntire. jt. i. Denny and It. 1
Johnston will form the advance guard of
St. Louis County Republicans who will K
to Joplin to-day to work for the nomina
tion of J. C Ktskaddon to one of the judge
ships of the Supreme Court. Senator Jlut
thewsi said yesterday that Klskaddon would
ro into the convention with at least 12
voles. He claims the counties of Cole.
Franklin. Gasconiide. St. Louis. St. Charl-a.
Warren. Montsomery. Crawford and Phelps
and cxiects to capture some of the HI.
Louis votes, llr. Klskaddon la 57 years old
and was born In Pennsylvania. He Is mar
ried and lives ln Klrkwcod. He was for ilx
years Prosecuting Attorney of Franklin
Ilnrrixon Tiflln, f5 yrnrs old,. Trn i
yesterday declared of unsound mind by a
Jury ln the Probata Court In Clayton. HI
son. William H. Tlffln. will be appointed
his puardlan Mr. Tiffin had an attack of ,
paralysis ut his home ln Ferguson several ,
years aco and has since been In a ferble
condition. The Terminal Central Belt Rall
.AQii rnmnaur Is seekinc a rfeht-of-wav
through Mr. Tiffin's land, and the proceed
ings 'n e'jrt were necessary to Kt some
one to represent him.
SlarrlnKP licenses Trcre Issned in
Clayton Yesterday to Christian Stelzer and
Emma Flpce of No. 1630 Arsenal street.
Frederick W. Budde and Hannah Splean of
St. Louis. Henry D. Gamby of No. SUA
AiinniinVos that it lias acquireil a joint Interest in the finest and most complete plant for the haudling
have all beeu.Iet for the completion of this plant, and work is underway and being pushed as rapidly
ing capacity of the company.
soon a. enough stock is sold
Price m I?? Ailvanifd.
! Tlii ts positively the last lime
! that "Suofoss" stool: will ever be
i olTerwI at Kk.' per share. The treas-
! tiry stock is nearly Rone and will
require no more :itlrcrtiiins. The
pri'-e pot-s up to c iter share In a
few tlajs. Send in your orders ira-
inrdiately and make 100 per cent on
i your investment.
I t;u!:er No. :! is In. mnklnc ns two
i of the finest CiiKliers in the field.
Our monthly dividend of a per
cent. payaMe July irf to stockhnM-
ers of record July 5, has gone for
1 Dividends are bcins paid from
i actual sale of oil.
Keiucmher that this company la
payiii? larger dividends than any
other company In the field and
lirlcgln? more actual investors to
the Jtcnuuiont cil field than all
other companies combined. Our
proposition exceed-! our reptesenta
tions and we are not afraid to
IJenipmUor. thN compnnv owns
MOUF THAN THTIEK TIMES AS
MITH LAND OX SPINDLE TOP
S ANY OTIIEIt COMPANY OF
Srorase of 1.000.000 barrels of oil.
worth more than the entire capital
stock of the company.
The finest and mo:t complete
plant for the hanrilinp and shipplns
of oil In Hie Spindle Top Reanmont
Oil Field Is under construction. No
company in the field is equipped
with as complete a plant, and ao
company of like capitalization has
anything- that can be compared
This is positively the last
time Success Oil Company
Stock will be offered at 10c a
Remit by draft,
Ore the Same Character as Vnited Verde.
SI, COO invested in 1SS5 in United Verde is now worth $203,000.
Buy Columbia Copper Co. stock noiv-75c Per Sharei
Send for prospectus. Slake checks or drafts payable to
JAS, L. CARLISLE, Treasurer,
919 Chestnut Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Is the "Rider rrocess" for the extraction of metals and mlneraln from ore, hy which
million., upon milllcns can be saved yearly. Is otrned by the
Capital Ftock of which Company, worth $10 or more. Is now offered at tl per share. FOr
full particulars of a stock that will pay IM per cent or more please write to
BLACK & CO.,
Sulto C06 Carioton Building, St. Louis, Mo.
Atlantic street and Sarah Lewis of No. 33!
lMpIn strcst. Albert Larbett and Creel:
Washon of Florissant. Percy Carson of No.
216 North Eiebteenth street and Florence
Lane of Fern Ridce. and Henry W. Gray ot
No. O02 VlrclnU avenue and Margaret
Sloan of No. ?0S Old Manchester road.
CONSTABLESUED ON HIS BOND.
Star Hottling Company Wants
?o,oG0 for Alleged Damages.
The' Star Bottling Company. No. IS!
North Fifteenth street, filed suit yesterday
against Philip Wolf. Constable of the Sec
ond Justice of the Peace District, and Ms
Londsmcn. for J5.000 damages, alleging that
the Constable on July ; and July 11 searched
its place and took from It bottles and con
tents valued at A9J9.
It is averred that the plaintiff was com
pelled to shut down it business. The com
pany charges that by the alleged interfer
ence with Its business It was damagtd ln
the sum of JtOOO.
The Star Bottling Company's place was
searched on application of Attorney A. E.
Kammerer. representing the Missouri Bot
tlers Association, aa the result of a contro
versy as to the right of the Star Company
to handle bottles acquired promiscuously
from dealers. The Star Company claims
that the law under which the bottles were
seized Is unconstitutional.
SISTER BERNARDINA IS DEAD.
Formerly Superior of St. Joseph's
Hospital, St. Charles, Mo..
Sister Mary Bernardina of the Sisters of
St- Mary, formerly Superior of St. Joseph's
Hospital at St. Charley. Mo- died Friday
at St. Mary's Inllrmary. Not VS6 Papln
street, of heart disease. Her funeral will
take plnee to-morrow morning. She will
! tmrird In the Sisters' lot m Calvary
She wa 57 years old and had been a
member of the Sisters of St. Marv twenty
eight years. Her mm before becoming a
Sister was Chritlr.a Menrl. She was a na
tive of Switzerland.
A requiem mass will be celebrated at !
a. m. to-morrow In the chapel of St- Marr's)
Infirmary, after which the funeral will take
Great Swimmers to Compete.
New York. July 12. Some of the best
swimmers In the country. Including Wenck,
T.A 'x? OiS'-SB.J
Ithas been decided by tne Directory to continue selling a limited amount
for this fund, stock will be advanced and no more sold at the present price.
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The above diagram Is an Illustration of the finest and most complete plant for the handling and shipping of oil ln the Sptndle,
Top Beaumont Oil Field. For the sake of economy this plant Is twins constructed jolntlr by toe Success Oil Company and the.
Eilver Dime Oil Company. Heavy lines show the Improvements under way and which are being pushed to completion as rapidly
as possible. The plant consists of pipe lines connecting four wells, with storage and settling tanks, which are connected with load
ing racks on two lines of railroads, one on the Kansas City Southern and another on the Sabine and East Texas (Southern Pacific
system). The pipe lines arc laid so connections can be made with the pipe line of the National Pipe Line Company to Port Arthur
and the pipe line to Sabine Pass. Thus this plant can load oil In cars or steamships at will. On Block 2. Gladys Subdivision. Spin
dle Top. consisting of ten acres, are located six storage tanks, settling tank, pumping station, office and Qther improvements neces
sary to make the plant complete In every detail. There Is no company ln the field that Is equipped with as complete a plant, and
no company of like capitalization has anything that can be compared with It.
For the purpose of assisting in
Least amount of stock for sale, 50
check or money order. Money deposited in any bankand notification
"VERDE onAXDIT corrr from S to
!09 share lots at lowest price transferred
(Treat Westtrn Gold at a birztla.
Ur.coln Corper. li cents.
O round Tlocr OH .1.00.
Sam Houston iu rents
On all other leading stocks rtt ear
rrloes before burins.
TEXAS INVESTMENT OOltrAVT.
tn Leicjsae oauainc-
Ruber!. Schaefer and Spencer, will com
pete In the A. A. U. swimming- champion
shlpa at the summer home of the New York
Athletic Club, at Travers. to-day. There
will be three series of races between thi.
time and October 1. at which time A. A. U.
medals will be awarded. '
SEA SERPENT 300 FEET LONG.
Was Seen Off Cranberry Head,
Hallfar. Nova Scotia. July li A special
to the Herald from Sydney says that a sea
serpent measuring about SCO feet long was
seen off Cranberry Head. Cape Breton, ty
Southbar pilots. It came up well to the. en
trance ot the harbor and then turned
around and went northward.
The American steam .yacht Wacouta.with
President J. J. Hill of New Tork and party
on board, was coming Into the harbor at
the time and was obliged to haul out of
the serpent's way. About fifty feet of It
was above the surface, the middle was of
huge proportion, both ends tapering to a
Old Settlers Commltteea Named.
Salem. I1L. July li Vice President and
General Manager Samuel J. Smith cf the
Marlon County Old Settlers' Reunion Assii
ciatlon to-day selected the following com
mlttee to manage the reunion of the asso
ciation to bo held here on September 11:
Committer on Arrangements and Kntertaln-ment-J.
IL Vawler. O. B. Roney. It. C.
Hayes. J. C Uttcrback. C L- McMackln
and Frank Schwartz. Committee on Speak-rs-L.
M. Kagy. T. K- Merrltt and D. D.
Haynle. Reception Committee General
James S. Martin. Mayor Charles R. Rogers.
T. 8. Marshall. C. E. Hull. John S. Stone
cipher. Jamas D. Telford. Henry C Mill,.
J. K. Kagy. B. E. Martin. John T. White.
H. C. Feltman and Francis O. Hart.
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paying for this plant a limited nmountof stock is offered the public at
shares, or ?S.OO worth. For further
The Books of the Company for the July Dividend of 3
Close on Tuesday, July 15th.
The DIVIDEND OIL COMPANT raid Its first dlvldcna of per cent June 13th. The merits ot this com
pany are too well known to fully describe here. The one biff contract which the Dividend Company has with the
Sun Company will suarantee It many dividends to come. Mr. Walte, the manager of the company, writes that oil
Is now selllnp at 30c on board cars, a nd steadily advancing.
If you are Investing In ajiy proposition at all, you cannot possibly afford to neglect Investigating Dividend- "vTe
place the stock liefore you on Its merits and make no statements which the company does not fulfill. Our .busi
ness reputation Is back of It. and by reading the Beaumont market quotations each day In The St. Louis Republic
ytu can readily see that Dividend Is a stock ot more than ordinary merit.
Dr. Louis J. Bechtold of Belleville. Illinois, has Just added to his Investment, until now he owns lOO.COO shares
of stock lu the Dividend Oil Company. Mr. Iienry II. Sampson, one of the leading business men of Kingston. Mas
sachusetts. Is the owner of 100,000 shares Dividend stock. Capt. Wm. Folker of Hantsport. Xova Scotia, Is the
owner of 100.000 shares of Dividend stock, a part of which be bought at -jC per share, before the stock advanced.
Many other shrewd business men have Invested ncavlly In Dividend, after thorough Investigation.
To those who are familiar with the stock markets, the value of lc par value can be readily realized In han
dling the stock. With the low capitalization of the Dividend Company, there Is absolutely no question but that the
stock will continue to advance ln value.
WE MAKE THIS OFFER TO ANYONE WHO HAS JUST PURCHASED DIVIDEND STOCK
FROM US: WE WILL TAKE THE STOCK OFF YOUR HANDS
And return your purchase price at any time within thirty days, If you are dissatisfied with the same, or find our
statements are not true.
If you have money and wish to Invest It. we want you to become a stockholder In Dividend. This company
owns more land nnd Dronertv and Is ehlnslng more oil out than any other company of like capitalization ln the
Beaumont field. It has advanced 1C0
were experiencing a fearful slump.
WE CHALLENGE ALL COMPETITORS TO SHOW A CONTRACT
As broad and lucrative in Its conditions as the one which the company haa
If you want to buy a stock
do Iictter than to buy Dividend. Do
BER. THE BOOKS OF THE COMPANY CLOSE JUL.X 10tn.
AT ONE CENT PER SHAHS.
You can wire or phone us your order. "Write or call at our ofilce. suite 194 Laclede Building.
Telephone: A1776 Klnloch. GENERAL OFFICE, BEAUMONT. tWASJ
STOCK WILL BE SOLD AT 50 CENTS PER SHARE, PAR VALUE $1.00, FULL PAID, NON-ASSESSA
BLE. THIS IS THE BEST INDUSTRIAL STOCK ON THE MARKET.
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mfkut-iv inHiiaruniinu uii.
WE ADVTISE OUR CLIENTS
GO. MARKET LETTER FREE.
Phona A 27.
IF1!! X,aici Q.33LC3.
an J shipping of oil in the Spindle Top Beaumont Oil Field,
as possible. The completion of this plant will greatly increa
ot siock at iuc to assist in paying
particulars, prospectus, stock, address
IH-IH I 5 Galveston, Taxas.
sent to Secretary, Galveston, Texas, -
per cent on the market at Beaumont
This is the most remarkable recora ever
that Is as absolutely safe as It Is possible
not pass this opportunity by, because you
SCURLOCK & CO.,
AGENTS DIVIDEND OIL
A LIMITED AMOUNT OF
Beaumont Transportation Go.
- rtJ Kt IN fMlflU I SJ f n 1 1 U1CI I C
ni w..ih.j ib ......
TO BUY THIS STOCK THERE IS
FOR FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS
T. S. HENDERSON 8c CO.,
increase the earn
Jor tne wort contracted for, and as
Come to Beaumont and Inve-tl-Sntc
at Otir Eipcnae.
Tom who m thinklnc ot buylcc oil
tock can sec that th-jr will ba tiUTlns th
cry torn If this company" stock li taken.
rut w invite ot to lnvrsttcat for our
Blf. which the folIoMrln letter explains:
Any porson. town cr community ileitrinc
t jy as mucn or more than JiOiXW worth
cf Succcm Oil Company's stock may deposit
such money la their local bank, to tot heM
ty inch bask rnClcc a Trip by one ot their
jurabnr to visit Galveston and Beaumont
and personally Impact the oil fleld. the Suc
ei OH Company and Ifcv pmjrty. and up
en the- company relnr notlfled by such bank
of speh depcelt. we will forward to tb per
son selected free transportation to filve
lon and Beaumont and re tarn, and If. upon
horrah lnvestliratton. the representatk-na
made by us are found to be true, such. In
vestment Is tc be made; otherwise all
rr.cr.ey Is to be returned by the. tank to the
parties dej-osltlnc same.
TVhat Vlaltlnsr Investors) Sayi
Calesso. 111.. CT Flfty-Stth Street, Jnas
7. ISO- Success Oil Company. Galveston.
Texas. Gentlemen: I have jnst relumed . I
from a trip to uaiveston ana ueaaranut: l
enjoyed the trip very much, examined your
titles to property, saw the cuthers gush,
examined tboraighly yours and other prop
erties on anl near Spindle Top. saw the
work gotcg on at the immense oil refineries
at Beaumont, and. ln fact, am thorouxhly
satisfied you have property of Immense
value. Tours truly. B. T. IeEWIS.
Princeton. TIL. June 18. Ud.
Success Oil Co.. Galveston. Terns. Gen
tlemen: Having- Juit returned frcm a
week's trip to the Beaumont oil fields on
your red-letter offer. I desire- to express my
opinion cf the wonderful prospects In that
vicinity. After examtnlex the property
holdings of the company on Spindle Too
and vicinity, which are In the best part of
the proven field. I consider the outlook
much better than stated in jour prospectus.
I consider the company managed by con
servative business men, as the develop
ment work that has been done ln the last
eight months will attest to one visiting the
Held, and when they have completed ade
quate tankage for stcrtcg the outpat of
their wells (which Is ln course of construc
tion ln close proximity to the railroad). It
will be as nicely equipped as any ln the
field. I consider the oil Industry In Texas
In Its Infancy as yet. and the prospects of
the Success Company are very6atfeTlng.
Yours very truly. C C. SCOTT. M. D.
Galveston. Texas. June 5. 1X1.
Success Oil Company. Galveston. Texas.
Gentlemen: We have Just completed s.
week's visit to Galvestca and Beaumont on
your red-letter offer: have closely examined
every detail of your business: have.lnveated
ln the Success Company and believe abso
lutely ln the integrity and ability of your
officers and directors to make It a financial
success of the highest order. The Improve
ments now under way place the company In
an independent position ln the handling and
marketing of the product. We have the
fullest of faith la your undertaking. Very
J'H. CODDnfGTON. Princeton. HI..
It. C CODDIN-GTON. Princeton. I1L
JONAS HOOVER. Princeton. 111.
Success on Co.. Galveston, Texas Gen
tlemen: I accepted your red-letter offer and
came to visit yoa on same. I have made a
thorough examination of ycur books, deeds,
contracts, etc. and find them entirely, satisfactory-
I nave met your ofneers and
directors, and And them ta men ef high
business standing. I visited Beaumont and
saw your gusher turned, on. and the Cow
was powerful. I find your propoelticn to
be entirely up. to renresentaMcna. Tours
truly. e. y. surra.
will reserve stock.
during a time when all other good stocksaj
maae Dy any company m tne ueaumon
In. Its contract with the Sun OH Com
to make a stock Investment, you cannot
win regret n it you ao. iir.aic.ja-
THERE IS MORE MONEY TO BE I
NO TELLING HOW HIGH IT WILL Vl
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