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THE REPUBLIC: STJXDAY. JULY 13. 1S02
ElicsoaJs. 17atrt.es. Jewelry. finns i i'i-i
Lowest rates of Interest. GLOBE,
109 N. eth St., toot. Pino & Cho3tnut.
6 TO LOAIM.
In its frcm 11 to J. .'. sj a- lorrcsi m.i ct la
Ures. S. Van Raalie & Co.,
413 N lxt't Sires': lsa 21 J N seventh street
Es-jlns in an eO'esicd v.af.'x.s. utamouil and
Solid Gold Collar 7Rr
butters, at vJU
7avujoKlr-kPar'ti .lawotrv tin..
i-yt KinVil .., m
502 N 6th Street.
W.P.GOWPERTHWAIT LOAN GO.
719 PINE STREET.
highest AJituvr loaned
On rerscil rrep-ror. ISut'ae canndtatUL
' stomach -kid
wames .-?,.; ..
1LV-. i I'M' "-
Iti In treMm- all ?i
- a H at ratnrj pc-
TTT: 375; OMv st
Fe-actifnl tOCKsLC'S FAIR ftommersl.
rrvlcr-slnW ENVELOPES S & Society
Irititlng neatly cxecut-d at
BICKELHAVP BROS.. Print ers. 202 N.2d
1 inne ntl cored !lot -
fcfl ?! ar Cure Guar
Qsnteed Caam itlfri &
2s av for Ti vtt otWt.
ITS M MrreuiTlI.ers alii., nOC'lr. ::.-, ici,Mo.
JOSEPH F. FARISH,
ST. LOLIS BEI'IULIC nnLDIXC
TEI MAIN 301S. Kl.LOCH A C73.
ALTHOUGH TJID (T.AWlYinD STOP.E
floes not have as big an ad as It Lad lat
Sunday. It lias a main or more ard better
hargnlr9 In Its sumti.er snle than last week.
It will bo monej In vour pocket to be down
at the great stur li the morning
THOMAS LAWSON BUYS
; TWO VALUABLE BULLDOGS.
SPECIAL n CAULK TO THE NEW YORK
IIBRALD AND TUB ST LOCIS BEPfnLIC
London. Jul, 12. (Copyright. 1M2.) Mr.
Arnold Law son. son of Mr Thomas IV.
Law son of Boston. accomi)anied by his
two sisters, "ailed on the St. Louis to
day. Mr Law son Is taking with him two
magnificent bull dogs, which are intended
trjf strengthen his lather's aireadj famous
The better known of the p.ilr I the dark
brindle bitch Champion. La Itoche. who
lias a long strins of wins to her credit. The
dog-. General Donnax. which accompanies
lia Roche. It not as well known, but ha-
a sood reputation. Both fetched prices
away up In the hundreds when recently
$2.30 Ttrre Hnate and Itetnrn
A'ti Big Tour July 19th Tickets Broadway
and Chestnut, and Station
HlKKlna Compunj- Declnreii IJI-rldend.
Beaumont. Tex.. July 12. The HigBin-s Oil
and Fuel Company has declared another
dhldend. this time of li per cent. pavable
on July JL As the capital stock Is $2.SM.t
the dividend will amount to about JJ7.a0a.
Great Ohio Scoop
fas Crowded Oar Three
Lai jc Stores to the doon
Monday will be a eon
llaaatjon of this jreat
la.ellasireds of rood
thiazs added Note the Cat Price.
Herr and Union Shoe Co.'s
Women's Fine High and Low Shoes,
Including a finelineof
Cincinnati and Helm
ing Oxfords, Fedoras
and Slippers elegant
SIM Very Fine VIci.
Patent Leather High
and Low Shoes.
Splendid Si50 VicI Kid Patent Leather
High and Low IN alk- $1 CO
lng bhoes WliWW
Very Nice Ught-IVelgui Summer Shoes
Oxford Ties and 1 to 3- QQ.
Strap Sandals bargains at. OUC
Women's. Misses' and Children's High
and Low Shoes all that Is left of an ac
cumulation of odds and ends of lots
that sold from Z2.V0 to tl.00 per IQ.
pair only IOC
Table Ho.2 Women's, Misses'
And Children's High and Low Shoes of
a better quality, formerly sold up to
ELOO, and hardly distinguishable QQM
from the Tcry latest styles toes.. u 9 C
Starand Portsmouth Shoe Cos.'
Misses'. Children's and
IL7S Misses' and Chil
dren's Fine Vicl Kid
Press . Q
Jl.M Elegant Hisses'
and Children's QOM
Walking Shoes.. 9 0 C
JLH Very Good "Misses'
and Children's Shoes...,
SL23 Flno Vld Patent
Child's Shoes. eIzw 6 to S.
tLCO Vicl 2Cd Child's
Dress Shoes. In all sizes....
-5c Soft Turns for littla
E people, all sizes ....
F2c Baby Moccasins,
in assonea colors .
McCaffrey & Heis Shoe Co.'s
Best High and Low Shoes
for Men delight good
dressers see them.
Mea's Best U High
and Low IJ Cf
Men's Fine J&50
lllpn and Low
; til Ken's l EQ E Strong A J I ft
m Veloun,....Oli0y Calf Shoeftl.ia
Sachs and Excelsior Boys' and
Yoaths' Show delight discriminating
boyera the Quality U plain to he set a
and prices xery easy.
Rote' and VoutLs' Eleasnt tUSO Dress
i-fc'hoe very showy and 9 fCn
' Uirrlceabl4..r. ..-..,.'.-... WltUU
r Boya' and Youthr Good Strong Viol
Kid COO-Shoes-neattnd Qf IQ
Boys' and Toaths' Strong, Durable tl SO
Calf Shoos wear resutars ci
: first quality.
The Grandest, Most Popular
.Sals In ths city at the present tlmo.
Come prepared to set two or three pairs
for what joa usually pay fox one pair.
C. E. HILTS SHOE CO.,
Sixth and Franklin.
L t t3 DCIH &UU VIUIUO UiB CCOt.
I SHUTS' I
GOVERNOR HAS NOT
Speaker Challenged Yates to Go
on lfctoid Once for All for or
Against Merit SiXeiu.
CONTROVERSY BETWEEN THEM.
Executive Says He Supported Ile-
foi-1,1 l!ill Legislator j&iys He
Killed It li.v Excessive
ni prra.tr 5pnriAi
S;jrtnsfiiW. ia. July li A llrnublican j
friend in Gallatin County writes nn that I
"took an unfair rdvam.ige of Governor
Ya.es" in disousinp; the merit syj-tem In a
lccTt i.-jf of The rtcpubllc. Nearly a
di sen tber KepubU'-an oorre-ocrdents en-ihuri.istii.-a;'y
Indorre she di-cus!on. and
one of them reminded me that Sp'ke"
Sherman hail said something in detenus "of
H forvvarilh me copies of "-pecrtie-. of th
governor taken from the Illinois Htate
I Journal of Springfield, the executives or
gan, in which I tird the following refcr-
jm-os .o the subject tile cvtraiJb are sool i
! r.-adirv. even for dog da..s. and 1 vubmSt I
them to llie llepublii s onMiiuciits witn- j
out further commmt. .3id S.'ieker Sncr-
i II' nois uffir! itom a n.ultituuc of
roving b)amsainl.cin-il.il attornevs. Once in
uillcr. always tn oiace. Zac Stai- ! worfe ,
off than Sinhad. He Lad omy inoCTTil Mdii.j
of the So.i astride his ne"k. lliinoi has
half a hundrc-d. " j
UovcrniirN 1urui l)cfcn".c.
Go 'rnor iatt-s rcpl.eil. H v.J li5 j
"uldn pro)otv that tin faitnful. 1 1 'le--j. i
ucselibh nii.n and vvonitii com;n)!ng the j
State bvuit.b of tru:tL anl cocmis:i neis j
slioaid (,o undefended' He 3a:d ts.:e were j
onl live "-ptciI attorne ' a.1 lh-v i'-i'v j
all tiptthcr on. ,.. K mi- aik jsi.ti I
tJ on .itturrev. wlio now irim fai.il v.Itli J
thi ire-ent -aiem (rtfirrmc to utri.ej i
General Kamiln, who. under Tanin.:. 'as i
Irlal attornej tor the Railroad t'oramis
sion but not referring to Ilor-aid -I.
Snapp of Jcliet. who urcv. some JliOuO in
one or two months as special atorney for
the ctir.il board
"The rault'.tutie uf rovlnc boards." con
tinued Governo- Ystes. "constitute-. an-
thniir hut : sensible and commendable ao-
pcllatlon to be applied to the noble and
high-minded trutes and commir-:oners- of
Illinois. Another statement trom tne same
source (meaning Sneaker Sherman) ! that
effort were made at the last e'Ion of the
Legislature to do away with till" mumiuue
of roving boards, 'but a stronger and a
higher power forbade,
"I wih to sav in an-wer to thi charge,
in behalf of the State tioard- and mvIf.
that a bill wa introduced In the Iau Gen
eral As-semblv providing or a Board o'
Control and for a system of competitive
civil-sen Ice examinations for admiIon to
the public service in the HlinoI Institution.
Tin men who introduced this mraue Inav
have been in earnest, but no member o'
the General Aembl evr" blievel that It I
wax s-criously Intended to pass this law
IVouId Have Mirneil 1II1I.
"It wa not m fault that It did not pi-' '
not jours. I was not the dictator .;
Heep for Skin Tortured
Babies and Rest for
In warm baths with CUTICURA SOAP,
and gentle anointings with CUTICURA
OINTMENT, purest of emollients and
greatest of skin cures, to be followed in
severe cases by mild doses of CUTICURA
RESOLVENT PILLS. This is the purest,
sweetest, most speedy, permanent, and
economical treatment for torturing, dis
figuring, itching, burning, bleeding, scaly,
crusted, and pimply skin and scalp
humours, rashes, irritations, and chafings,
with loss of hair, of infants and children,
as well as adults, yet
Millions Jse Q
Atslitcd by CtmcCBA OnrmtsT, the great Un cere, for preserving, purl ty
ing, and beautifying the kln, for baby ra&hcs . itching, and chafing, for
cleansing the scalp f emits, scales, and dandrufT, and the stopping of
falling "hair, for softening, whitening, and soothing red, rough, and soro
hands, nnd forall the purposes of the toilet, bath, and nnmcry. .Millions
of Women use CcnciTK. Soir in tee form of baths f.r annoying irritations,
ln&anunatlon!, and excoriations, for too free or offensive perspiration. In the
form of washes for nlceratlTO weaknesses, and for many unatirc. antiseptic
purposes which readily suggest themselves to women, especially mothers.
COMPLETE TREATMENT FOR EVERY HUMOUR, SI. 00,
Consliting of CDTlcrntaSOArpje.), to eleante the skin of crusts and scales
and softsa the thickened cuticle; Cuticuka OixniEsr (SOc). to Inmntly
allay itehtogjlnEainEiation, and Irritation, and soothe and heal ; and CimcmtA
Bxsolvcnt Pills (Jc.),tocooland deaneethe blootL A SimilkSET Is often
fnfflclcnt to cure the most torturing, disfiguring, and humiliating tfcta. tclp and
blood humours, with loss of hair, when all else fails. Sold throughout the
world. British Depot: 27 25, Charterhone feq., London. French Depot- 3 Kno
do la Falx, Paris, potte Decs xxo Citm. Cork, Sole Propi, Boston.
CcricuKA BxtoLTzxr Pnxs (Cho-oUto Coated) are a new, kilrss, ode.arlesi,
eeoaomleal tabstitnte far the celesnted Squid Ctrncxiu, Kcsoltest, as well as for
all otter blood paiiSers and bsaour ceres. Id pocket visit, 60 doses, Zic
cither houe nor were jou. The gavel
1 Ich advanced or retarded lgMatlon was
not in my hands nor In ours There Is Jio
'higher or stronger iovcr' than the bpeak
Cs gavel. The bill did not Piuw bec-"?:
tlw imwcrs that controlled the Legislature
did not want It to p ra- , . ..
"Uhcn I found that it was said by the
men wiio were keeping this bill back that
it was being held up In my office 1 called
a number or them In and told them that i
wanted It understood that It was niv request
that the bill be advanced, and 1 further
notified them that Sf It passed I would fi?
It and enforce it In accordance with the
pledge 1 made prior to the election
This speech of the Governor was deliv
ered at the sixth annual conference of 1.11
nol Charities at Umoln on October 3.
PW1. He paid a nlowlng tribute to his trus
tees, many of whom were present, when he
"Year after j.cnr. such men and women,
many of Thorn 1 see among your number
here to-day. devote their time and thel
encrgles. without monev and without prlc
to this great labor of love"
SpcnLer Mirruian'o Itcpl?.
Speaker Sherman repllol In an Interview,
which was printed in the State Journal
October S He said'
'Oh. I don't know what Is the matter
witu his Uxceilencj It ought to oo grat
Ifjing to the public for him to remain in
one place lens enough to get .sight of him.
Since h's Inauguration it requires an expert
wing shot to brine him down to Hllnils
earth, lie has bem hitting on! the higi
plates in hii flight nrroj. tl-e coun.rv
The cHtleisi.i rta of the s-vsttm of main
taining numerous b'urd' for the manage
ment of lik Institutions supported by th
State (.n.-oliit i:ld!i wu- urgi-l Nu one
doubts cccnomv and lm reaped lllcicn-y
would result. The Sslatc Boil 1 of t'haritles
under Governor Tinner recomminditl it
Several fnrm-r Governors have fav. red it
"The Governor is -niperscn Itive He
reems tn tnir.U tlio-e who favor a union of
the boards thereby attatk llie lsmutlon"
To Improve is not to atfitk. Consolidation
K strength and not weakness. It is croi
tlve and not destructive. The Governor le
sent any lUgcestion that Improvement 1
"It may lie under hi administration
It was not under his prcdweiors. lm w i
eoni"il Iwtter llilnKJ. Ith great rlect to
th? Governor. 1 reiterate thit if h had
I ecn friendly to ti'' unkui of these hoards it
v.ould have been done last se'ion
TaLr huc AVItli tJiivcrtior.
"I T)"c'rc:illv vtale that he wrs opp 'ed
to the bill, whatever h's iot-moit.-ni view.
nov.' nr.. It i notorious that everv -ffort
to advance such a measure Willi a civil
service system. tasl on mirit and not tn
pull, was thwarted bj th? Governor and lna
friend The gavel was not tl'o controlling
spirit against the Governor, armed with ihe
rnurmons i ower of all tin Stitc patron
ar. held In abtjance to d-fcat ihi and
other legislation he orpoed It reoui'-es
f.'ventv even affirmative votes tn leilale
in the Houie. The Ravel tan compel no
man to vote or not to vole. The iwrsuaive
power of patronage wielded by the Gov
trror can and did.
"loo he n member M' eivlt-s rvie rmrch
at the Audltor'um Theater a few d.ijs be
fore the last el rt'on? (An crtnci from It
was recently primed in The Republic) tie
promised hi t.piort to this measure there.
Wh'n I attempted to help him carry out
this pledge to the p-ople I leametl that his
patronage must not 1 reduceil
"Some untee'iPK wag even remarl:Hl that
such legislation would not leave enough of
a pay roll to supply the GovernorV rela
tions. Such a tr-n'tire. it was represented
to inc. wou'd lie regarded a a persecution
of th executive. 1 found a majority was
I'kely to be had r.tr It. and suspended fur
ther efforts unlil I h'-nrJ from h ni "
1Ils(ir of the IIIII.
Speake- S' crman tlen sav- the schedule
of the li'll. showing how long th- Governor
Kept It In his pot session
"The Governor was given the bill on Feb
ruary S, 19ul. to examine." said he "He
held it without suggestions until April Sl
eight dajs b"fore the adjournment or the
legislature The Chicago pres commented
ein his condurt o as to move h'm to action.
Then he called in certain of his friends and
asked that the measure bo pushed The np
portionm nt acts were still unsettled Largn
appropriation bills loaded the cnltiJar Th
gtnenil legislation reported from the com
mittees was waiting
"His sudden haste to advance It deceived
LINDELL DRUG STORE
UNDER LIKDELL HOTEL.
SPECIAL G1GAB SALE ALL WEEK.
10c Bachelors, 4 for 25c
10c Belmont, 4 for 25c
'10c Porto Rican Anexidads, 6 for 25c
And other popular 10c brands of Cijrnrs 2 5 C
4 for. .
Yua will become a smoker of our Havana Wonders if you once smoke,
thrni. Thevarc made strictly from Havana cuttings and are positively
equal to a Key West smoke. Xotlf.nt; in town like them for a short
. r -nn ... r . rt f "C n.v 1.
smoke 3 lor OC. DOS OI 1UU, Sl.ou
75c FLORIDA WATER, 38c.
See our display of that refreshing luxury for the summer bath ePj Q m
inc iiii;:icst K"4t w 4-
iag like it tn i
all ot. Jouisai oc
TV ;-quirt Fountain
$1 r3 :-quart fountain Syringes
and Hot Wat-r IJetiles
r.- r-4iu irt Hot WJter
S Ta'i uni
Ion 1, i
LV IV x r-l" r
i n one I' wis killed by protracted execu
tive nnrs'nr " .
Sieaker Sherman then took up the ua-J.-et
of "jipecial attorners" and sliow.nl that
no public reconl is made of th fi pud
to -erne of them, and of the llance more
than SIi.ei4 had alrrmly teen pfl'' them tor
Ml. Iti-turning l the merit httm ques
tion, he nald.
"If his Hscelienev will so on record row
there will be no srouml lo- future mlsun
d rstardlrgs Is lie now in favor of the
! Ill prepared bv the committee of the
f..rmer eTanne-l Stat Hoard of Charities,
and will he rtmaln so long enough for the
rxt I.gU!n;ure to act on It" I faVvrl
s iicli a measure In the lnt I-gl'lature aStl
v.ill do so ai.v time hereafter"
Governor Yates, liaving startej the lire,
made no effort to quench it. did not r p'v .
and up to this time lias not replied The
question again rc-urs lid Governor Yates
deliberately decvive his e'hlcago audience in
t etcher. 1V. when he said. "I ara In favor
of the merit sem"?
J. I I'K'KUUING.
MISS TERRY'S WEDDING TO
PRINCE GUY DE FAUCIGNY.
SPBTIVL Il 1'MiI.E TO THi: NKW OHK
lir.K VLL A.VI THBST LOl Is; HKPUKLU'
Parts, julv Ii Cop right. 19CC One of
the grand.-t weddings in the annals of
Paris sex-ielv was that of aliss i'err lo
Prince Guv de Fauclgnv-Lu-lnge. The
guests included all the Kjueign.v-Iaicinge
family. Miss (hlelte Terry and the lending
members of the Castellar family The
bride wore white Ivory t-atln ard Valen
ciennes lace. She was given awav bv hir
An American lad. the Mcomtesse de
Courval tnee Hay). lias Just died after a
The Ikiron de Morogues is siilllng hortly
for Ne- York on the wa to Japan It
will be remembered he was to marry Ml'-"
Swan some time ago.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll
will be pleased to learn that they have I-It
Mr and Mn Harold Titch have a dinner
on Friday to lending members of Paris,
t-oclctv Mr and Mrs. Douglas Fitch were
PRINCE OF MONACO TO
PI'KrHL 1ST e-MILE TO THH NKW YOKK
1'1'UALn ANOTIIBST LOL'IS HEPl'ULIC
Paris, Jul li iCopyright. 1H.) The
Prince of Monaco leaves shortly on a voy
flie to the Aiore-. where he will continue
the researches which he has pursued for
i- vcral ears and which have given such
Important scientific results. He will return
to Paris about the end of September
liir !ol VI v uM; i.. ...... .wwH...
Minister of the Prince of Monaco to the
l-'reneh Hepublic. was Injured last Mondav
while playing football on the Pelouse or
-, . ..,Im.w ht. Vn. MA'Mrll' lie- fftll.
ingon a broken-bottle. His fellow -students
of the GTFon scnooi nave ara mai. :
examinations r r prizes should b ail
Journed until he Is able, to take part In
Hlg Four Train-? St. Iuuls to Cincinnati
litave SJU u m. 12 noon. Sw p m.. H
' Arrive C p. m.. 9" p m . T M a. m . W J6
PRISONERS TO PENITENTIARY.
I'll u Woods 1'aid I)pjiuts I'siip
to I'liion Station.
Jlav Wlllard. alias Nellie Wood, the
Lurglar iuld the car fare of Depulv Sherifl
Joseph Hehllllnc rrom the Four Courts lo
Union Station estrday morning rather
than walk with sev elite-en male prisoners
chained together, who were starting for the
Under her am Mary carried a package
containing stationery, pens, pencils. stan.p-
end the book presented to her Thursday by
It Park von Wedel-taedt.
When the Sheriff takes prisoner. to tho
Penitentiary he handcuffs them In palm
and then runs a chain through th cuffs of
those In front to those bringing up the rear.
May did not like this and reque-st'tl that
she be permitted to go to Union Station on
a street car In charge of a deputv. she of
fered to pay the car fa-e from ihe $2 given
to her by Mr. Von Wedlsta"dt. und Clilet
Deputy Udhartz assigned Schilling to act
as the woman's escorL
A cheerful farewell was given May as she
left the Jail to begin h r Juurney "over iho
road" to Jefferson Ct, where she Is to
serve flvo years.
Other prisoners who were taken to prison
and the length of time they are to erv
wire- Cavatarl Pasquale, four years; Fred
Itoblnson. two years: Louis Ford, two
years. Mark Landford. two ears: It. M.
De Paris, two yean, John Somraers. two
cars: Cnl Humphrey, two ears; Arthur
bchuster. two jears; George Schramm, two
jenrs. Anton Adler. three years; Fred Mar
tin, four j ears; Waller Johnson, two and
one-half ears; Harrison Clark, two years;
William Huey, two years; Owen Hopple,
five j ears: Harrison Callaway, live ytars;
John L. Mason, seven years.
The prisoners were in charge of Deputy
M. J. K. Hartroan. assisted by Deputies
Jarabek. Hellly and Herr.
Dig Four Trains SL Louis to Xew York.
His Four Trains SL Lculs to Boston.
Lave SL Ixiuls S30 a. ni., 12 noon, 11:3)
Arrive Boston 455 p. m., 9M p. m.. 10.10
Arrive New York 235 p. m., S p. m.. 7i0
KILLED BY PASSENGER TRAIN.
.Daniel Zook, Transit Company
Carpenter, Died Prorn Injuries.
Daniel Zook. of Xo. 2C2 South Third
street a carpenter employed by the Trans
it Company, wa struck by a Missouri Pa
cific train at Old Manchester road and the
Missouri Pacific tracks at 7 yesterday
morning ami died from his Injuries at th:
City Hospital two hours' later.
Zook was repairing the crossing when
cslbound tain JJo. S struck him. The train
was In charge of Conductor E. I.. Parkr
and Eazineer John Llnneberc. Book's skull
was fractured, two ribs were broken and he
was internally injured. He was 2 years j
old. and marrieiL
STRAW HATSL RECOGNIZED
AT FRENCH OPERA AT LAST, j
SPECIAL BY CATtLE TO THE NEW YORK
HERALD AND THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC
Paris. July 12. (Copyright. 1902.)-OId
op m subscribers are greatly scandalized at
a conceslor Just made to common sense
anil the spirit of the eg. Hitherto no gen
tieman without a silk or crush hat has
be n allowed In the fojer or behind tji
scenes, but in conseqnenc of the extreme
heat ami discomfort it has been decided
tl t during tho summer months opura fre
quenters la evening dress and whlto tie may
substitute a straw hit for th: atoveolpe.
m r ut'!i
K Tubl. I
R MAIL ORDERS
-y man auywucrc, si.iu i ""-
"- - "..... aj m
our jincv wi neck
Jl W Unrs Imiwrtrd Ca-tlle
Soap, green o" white
Si Pateurine Tooth
Pa"te. 2 for
nc Wllcn Ha;el
Ammonia . .
IV Tcot'i Ilnishe
Zj Tooth Itrushes
The hot sun and warm winds are
cpl to bring out nil that's bad In you,
CURED NOW STAY CURED
Mr scientmc treatments never faiL
' siS Call or itrtte nrrsonallv tome.
JOHN H. WOODBURV D. I.,
HOU Jlerniod-Jaceard, M. I.ools.
NEW YORK HORSES
. ADOPT STRAW HATS
Thousand Head t"o eriu;: Distiih-
ntt'd by Soek'ty for Prpvention
if Cnipltv to Animals.
nt I'fni.ic si'kciai.
Ne-w York. July 12. Madlon avenue a
this morning an equine milliners' row. for
the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals gave a thousand straw hats to
Ieerviiig horse. The creatures received
the new decoration at first with curleis!t
und them with gratitude. Others plainly
lione-d b their acts thai they thought the
piersents goexl enough to eat.
If the public is di'poMsl to contribute any
more mone to the hat fund. It Is likely
tliat there will Is: another bargain tiny lie
fore long at the corner of Madison avenue
and Twenty-sixth slreeL
John P Haines, the president of the -
c.ety. while in Paris two years ago. saw
the hoie hal In use and recognized In
what mail) persons were Inclined lo look
upon as ti fad. a really kindly ihbikw.
"The-e huts." said Mr Haines, "are of
great service In the summer time as they
tit over the ! of the fkull or the horse,
where the spinal curd Joins with the brain,
and afford such u piolectkin from the rajs
f the sun that mmsiroke U not likely to
uiiaei. an annum o pruieelcsi. vv neu I
Lrt brought them over I suggested to
iran of the larse corporations inut they
si'ppiy their horses wltn thee coverings.
Amonir ethers I applbd to the Metropoli
tan Ilallwav Comiinnj and the president
did not then ee; his wav clear lo adopt
the Idea. I am glaiLto learn to-daj. how
ever that the company has ordered hats
for all Its horses.
"The dealers here began makluc hore
hats on a large scale uf late."
N"ewn that the lints were to be distributed
spread rapidlj thtoughout the city. The
soviety hud promised to give to drivers
who could not afford to purchase the hats
a suitable coverimi for their horses' heads.
The- avenue and ihe street was blocked
with crowds assembled to see the sight.
The horses seemed to catch the enthusi
asm of the drivers and the cronuej into
line as though thev were seeking bargains
in the slu-pptnir district The hats nere
of a Jaunt) tj pe. with holes on either side
for the enrs and fancy-colored tapes, by
means or .vhlch they could be tied uni!er
the horses' Jaws.
Venerable truck horses leeame skittish
again under this new rig; and steeds which
had long ago lost the zest of life, became
as sportive as denizens of Broadway, who
bv- a stroke of luck have been able to or
nament their left ears with J10 Panamas.
Six polketnen and two agents of the so
cletv assisted In tho distribution of th
head rear The supply save out b.fore all
the applicants were fitted.
Wnbash Chance of Time.
Commenclrg bundav. July 1J. Mobrly ac
commodation train, which now leaves SL
Louis at SS p. m. dally, will Iave St.
Louis on Sundays one hour later.
Decatur accommoUt!on train, which now
leaves St Ixuls at : p. ro. dally, will
leave St. Ivm! on Sundajs at 6:1! p. m.
Passengers for points north or Brunswick.
Including Council Bluffs and Omaha, may
leave at 9 a. m.. Instead of ":M n m.. as.
heretofore, arriving at Omaha at 113) p. m.
FIRST STEP TO ORGANIZE
SPECIAL nr CARLE TO TUB NEW TORK
IIE'IALD AND TUB ST LOUS REPUBLIC
London. July I (Copyright. 1W.)A
meeting was held at th" Carlton Hotel yes
terday to take the first steps for the forma
tion of on Anglo-American club to be
known an The Pilgrims.
General Joseph Wheeler presided. Mr. H.
E. V. Hrittaln acted as secretary and some
forty gentlemen were presenL
Mr. Hamilton McCormick. Colonel Mahon
r-r the Brltbdi Army. Mr. Oliver Hereford.
Mr. Frank A. Munsev and Mr. James Mc
Donald spoke in unqualified Rrale or the
idea and were In favor of Immediate steps
belter taken for the organization of the club,
which has for ILs. object Ihe Introduction or
Americans abroad and of Englishmen In
An organization committer was appointed
to frame n statement of the purposes of the
e'ub and article- for Its rjvcrnai nt.
At first the headquartc.s will be estab
lished cnlv In New York and London, out
w'th the 'growth of the club branches are
likely to be located at Paris. Berlins. Chi
cago and Washington.
Among those who have rxpress-d their
desire to become members are the Right
Heverend the Bishop of Perth, ilr Herbert
Noble. Mr. Frank A. Munsey. Mr. K. A.
C. Smith. Mr. Marshal Halst ad. Mr. H. E.
V. Brittaln. Mr Herbert Ingram. Mr. Alfred
htewarL Mr Joseph Anderson. Mr Undsay
HusselL Lieutenant Governor Time thy X..
Wemdrurr. Mr John C. Wilson. Jr . General
Jcseph Wheeler. Colonel Mahon. Mr. George
T. Wilson. Mr Hamilton McCormick. Mr.
Chancer M Deptw. the Honorable C S.
noils. Mr. M. L De Young and Mr. James
Saturday, July I9fjf
The Real Thing
Bargains in the
Ladies' Colonial Shoe, first
quality patent leather iin
ished with gun metal buckle
French heel and turn sole
2i- to 7. c j 7r
width A to E at 4
The same style shoe of 4ine
donjjola which many ladies
prefer G? t "7 C
also at JI J
Ladies' 2-strap patent leather
vamp, donsrola quarter, leath
er heel all sizes. I OI
widths B toE...'vD-J
Ladies' l-?trap Kid Slipper,
leather heel, plain opera toe.
bow on strap QQa
widths C to E 27UV
Qm worth y y
IN SHOES, f5
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To Grea.t StitKwest.
One Fare plus $2.00 round trip, July 15, August 5 and 19,
September 2 and 16. October 7 and 21.
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A. ANDREWS. Gen. AjenL 10S N. 4th St.. St. Louis. Mo. J
The Atchison, Topeka and Szvnta Fe Railway.
"Judicious investment in real estate will make you rich."
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3 Stores j
Remember, yon can't bay tan shoes or an old
style of ny kind at the Boehmer stores.
SOCIETY EVENTS OF
WEEK IN GAY PARIS.
SPl IAL BY CAULB TO THE NEW YORK
1IKKALDANDTIIBST LOPRt REPt BLR",
Paris. July 12. (Copyright. 1502.) The
Comtesp Greffulhe. one of the leaders of
Paris society. Is to-night giving a novel en
tertainment for the young friends of her
daughter. The party Is given on the Islnnd
In the big lake In the Bois de Boulogne.
There will be a Venetian fete on the lake,
with numerous small boats gayly decked
with colored lanterns. Subsequently there
will be dancing, a cotillon and supper, tho
ladies wearing garden-party costumes.
The Cercle du Bois de Boulogne has given
Its final dance and the polo club season ends
to-night. In order to counteract a certain
laxity as regards punctuality which became
manifest at the end of tho season, the cap
trin of the club made the captain of each
team, under penalty of J1S fine, responsible
fcr the men being strictly on time in the
The final gymkhana on Wednesday was fa
vored by beautiful weather. Polo with don
key. has been a feature, but the proprietor
of th donkeys would not lend them, fear
ing they would be Injured and maltreated.
Many Americans were present. Including
Mr. "Larry" Waterbury. the famous polo
The Cercle de Pile de Puteaux trave Its
annual fete on Monday evening. The Island
fireaented a beautiful appearance. Electric
Ights In form of big flowers and garlands
T-rre strung from tree to tree. The weather
was perfect and the boats on the Seine
gave a Venetian effect. Dinner was at S
o'clock and dancing cont.nued till late.
Among those present were Mrs. Lewis
Sandford. Princess Luctnge-Faudgny. Mn.
Ellis Hoffman. Mrs. George Crocker. Mlssi
Rutherford. Mr. Eugene Hlgglns and Mr.
r. A. Bridgman.
Numerous Americans are In Paris this
rfd wlthcut Mia. No pay until eurS- Send
fatonUr and Sunday. lfr-L W. A. LEWLS.
WHEN YOU BUY
You are not paying for CHROilOS, SCHEflES, FREEDEALS, BTC bet
for FINE QUALITY HAVANA TOBACCO. Equal to IMPORTED CK3ARS
T. R. SUcsj MarcaaUla Ctrax Ox, Kauf vtsiitu fit. Xsnla. Cnica "'
Ladies' Patent Leather
; Slashed Strap, neat slipper
for anv wear,turn sole, opera
' wood heel, 2'- to 7, A to D.
Ladies' Patent Leather 2
Strap Sandal or Slipper, turn
sole, plain opera toe. French
heel (wood size J I Zf
2)i to 7, A to D. .vP 1 WU
Ladies' Fine Dongola Oxford
Tie, patent leather tip and
eyelet sta-, turn sole, rood
wear and style Qi
A to E, 2Ji to7.vDI-OU
Ladies' 2-Strap Donr;ola Slip
per, turn sole, leather heel
all sizes. J fK
widths B to E...wl.3
4IO North Broadway, St. Louis.
306 North Sixth Street, St. Louis.
13 W. Washington Street, Indianapolis.
week. Including Mr. and Mrs. Knight Dex
ter Chene. Jr.; Ambassador Meyer and wife,
from Kiel; Mr. W. K. Vanderbllt. Jr.. and
.. fwm Lucerne: Mr. Foxhall Keeneand
wife. Mr. R. H. Townsend and wife oc
Washington. Mr. Charles Cutter and wife.
Mrs. Harrison Dulles. Mrs. George and the
Misses Crocker. Mrs. Charles Yerkes. Mr.
O. Pollock. Mr. O. H. P. Belmont and wlf.
and Mr. Jl. S. Vanderbllt.
MR. SPRAGUE SAYS
The watermelons served nt the Delicatessen
Lunch Rooms are cold and very fine.
IVhnleliueL- to Carry Beaumont Oil.
Beaumont. Tex.. July 12. For the flrsj
time in Beaumont's oil history, a whale
back steamer has come lo Port Arthur fo
a cargo of olL It Is the Standard Com
pany's City of Everet. and Is a brand new
Doai or 4is tons net register. She has been
rii inio tne trade oetneen Port Annur,
ena .fw xork. other vessels that nav;
Deen loading at Port Arthur this week wew
the Shell Transcort and Trarilne Company
ship Cardlum. bound for European ports,
ami tne Bcnooner Oiga.
Cherokee. Application. Heard.
Muscokee. I. T.. July 12. The Umtefi
States Commission to the Five Civilized
Tribes has heard applications for enroll
ment as citizens- of the Cherokee Nation up
to the date of closing the Cherokee rolls
and classified the applications as follows:
Straight Cherokee. 30.417: doubtful Chsro
kees. 3.172: rejected Cherokees. 787: straight
Delaware. L023: doubtful Delawares. til
memorandum cases. L2S3: straight Cherokee
freedmen. X2I7; doubtful Cherokee freed
mn. 2.SS0; rejected freedmen. 354; lnluno
t'on freedmen cases. M; Cherokee cltfcsns.
all classes, en straight cards. 34,717. V
for botfclst. t.000 patients eursO. Heart
34. D- o Wa.hlnjrton anus; SL iSulsTXo.