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THE REPUBLIC: MONDESI. STTJTJYf 12, 1902.
SHIP TO RELIEVE
PEARY STARTS TO-DAY
July 17 and 31, August 7 and 14.
$20.00 Dlf FAIID $2o.oo
New York BlUftlUII New York
And Return. ROUTE. And Return.
S20.00 Big Four $20.00
New York Ticket Office New York
a j r-. Broadway and Chestnut St. - , , .
j And Return. ifec.LMmu.u.i.si.h.i, And Return.
A, A. SELKIRK & GO.,
Auction and Storage.
Kegularsale every Saturday at wire bonis
and general offices, IHrMO-lichouteaa a to.
1-ales In residences a specialty. Phone fflnloca
Samuel Gans. Manager, 714 and 718 Wsjhhxr
ton iTn. Auction sales ot salvage mercaao
dlse. Watch for special notices.
A. A. SELKIRK. Auctioneer.
Promote Digestien Cure Dyspepsia.
James A. Reardon, President Reardos
Glue Co., St. Louis, says:
"The first dose of EDPEPSIA TAB
LETS save me Immediate relief, and
after taking a two-weeks' treatment; I
considered myself enred. The truth Is I
wouldn't take a $1,000.00 for the good
EUPEPS1A TABLETS have done for
me. No one but the suffering ones can
realize what torture there Is In Imper
Two weeks' treatment at your druicEist's or
direct for W cents. A treatise en Eioma.cn Trou
ble! and three days' treatment mailed free.
Vonr money back If tney fall.
ElTEFSIl (HaiCAL CO., 83 Clark Irt., St. Loah
The display of Summer Goods at Ban
cannot fall to meet the fancy or the critical
and economical buyer. The fabrics this sea
son are delightful In design, and nowhere
re they offered in such assortment as at
Missouri's Greatest Store.
Declares That the United States
Should Take Cuba Under
Arctic Club Expects to Locate the
Daring Explorer Early
HE SAYS NOV IS THE TIME.
MAY HAVE REACHED THE POLE.
Thinks It Should Be Hade a State
Before It Is Swamped in Debt
Trying to Maintain Na
Xews of His Dashi Northward
Eagerly Awaited Steamer
Windward Equipped With
WEST END HEIGHTS GARDEN.
Cionteau Ave. ears direct, ethers transfer.
CONCERT AND VAUDEVILLE. ,
Afternoon and Night.
Press and Public Praise the Place.
Oftieial Forecast Announced for
To-Day and To-Morrow.
Washington. July 13 Forecast:
Illinois and Ml'souri rair Monday anJ prcb
al'.v Tuesday: fresh eouthwest winds.
Nebraska Occasional showers and thunder
storm" Mi nday and Tuisdey.
Kansas Fair Monday and Tuesday.
Iowa c aslot al siiowers: thunderstorms, in
est. fair in east portion Monday and Tursday.
Eastern Texas fraileretl. showers and thunder
storms M'lTdsr, and Tuday; light to fresh
southeast winds on the coast.
Arkansas. Oklahoma and Indian Territory
Fair Monday hnd Tu.sday.
e:eni Teia ra'r Miwday and Tuesday.
St. Louis. Sunday. July 15. 199J.
CJSS a.m. Gut) pro.
Direction of wind
Velocity ol wind
Weather at CM a. m
clear: C-Si p. m . clear
Maximum temperature. JO. minimum.
It. J. HYATT.
Local Forecast Ofhcial.
Department of Aerlcalture. Weather Bureau
Meteorological obr ation received at St. LouIj
July IS. 1SS. at C59 p. m. local time and X p. m.
TnU'-nftn meriaiau time. utert aliens uiads
at the same moment of time at all stations.
Stations. DlrTp.M.Haln. Weather.
Abilene SE 7 M .M Cloudy
Amarillo S M M .... iUr
Atlanta 3H S! M .... Clear
Ultmarck a .5 ar Fair
Itunalo SW 7J 74 .... Clear
Charlotte M .... Clear
Chattanooga XE it W .... Clear
Cincinnati NW ft si Clear
Cleveland SW w it .... Clear
Chtcsso SW s a8 .... Fair
Columbus SW t- S3 .... Cluar
Cairo Xff H . .... Fair
Calgary W T: 74 .... Gear
Cheecne n 7S fi Fair
Duluth SE f J 76 .... Cloudy
ljubuquo S 81 H Fair
Havenrort .S 4 .... Fair
-Des Moines SK 74 S .01 Cloudy
Denver W S4 SI dear
podco City SE K JO .... Fair
El Paso - SK !t Sfc .... Fair
Fort Smith XW ; i .... Fair
Galveston -..SB it M .... Clear
Orand Haven SW 74 7i .... Clear
Orand Junction aW 9J SS .... Clear
Huron SK so IS Fair
Havre W 7S to .... Fair
Helena W 7S M Fair
Indianapolis ri S! M Otar
-Jaefc-oavllla n 76 J- 1.41 Clear
Kansas City FE ! SS Clear
Utile Itoci. XB SI W .... Fa'r
Louisville SE M s .... Clear
1-an.ler XW I i? . .. CliUdy
-Monteomery S fl. 9i Cloudy
Memphis NK M iS Clear
Marquette SK s) 7S K-'r
Moderui PW S8 C .... 1- lr
Xew York SW 78 SI .... Clear
Xorfolk SE 71 X .... Clear
-Xew Orleans SE SI SI C'oudy
Xashrillo XE M .... Clear
Xorth Platte SE TO 9) .01 Fair
Omaha SW is 8 .... Clar
Oklahoma SR 7S W .2 Cloudy
rhiladlph!a HW "t M .. C'ear
1'aloMlne E 7J Jrt .O.Coudy
Pittsburr XIV 7 K .... near
ParkTsbnrc X 7 M Cl.-sr
iTjeblo XK M 54 Fair
-Q'Anw'le N"W 74 7S Fair
lUpId City W S4 ft 1.S4 Cloudr
St Paul X M f .... Cloudy
Shreerort SF3 s 91 .... Cloudy
SBflngfleld. HI SW M .... Clear
st ihj!.- s x: II Clsr
Fprlnaaeld. Mo S Sfl St .... Fair
Salt Ika XW WV Si .... Fair
Santa Fe W ) 50 Clear
Fan Antonio SE 91 M .... Clear
Vleksbure XW M ?4 .... Fair
Valentin- Xn f4 SO . Fair
Washington s TS l nr
Wichita SE E( SJ .... Clear
n j. irrATT.
Iocal Forecas Official.
Fnlnl Qnnrrcl nt nransrllle.
K-ansvlJIe, Intl.. July 13 Joseph Ansel
quarrt'Ied with George Ciimuorn this aft
ernoon on the river front and Fhot him
twice In the stomach, killing him. Cambom
lived nt ilorsanflclil. Anpel was stabbed In
the right hand by Camborn. Angel Is under
Railroad and Corporation
TO NET FROM 4 TO 5 PER CENT.
Mississippi Valley Trust Go,
BARRETT On July 13. 190S. at 1:10 p. ra..
Catherine Barrett, be.oved, daughter of Edward
and Mary Barrett, axed 9 jears and 10 months.
Thu funeral will take place from the family
residence. No. 4li Hunt atenua. on Monday. July
14. at 2 n. m.. to Calvary Cemetery.
CUXXIXGIIAM On Saturday. July IT. IMS. at
30:Ei p. m.. Mary 1 Cunningham, axed C )ears
and 4 months, beloved daughter of Charley and
Anna Cunningham (nee Saunders).
Funeral will take place Monday. July 14, from
family residence. Xo. 3319 Garfield avenue, at 3
p. m.. to Calvary Cemetery. Fritads invited to
HALT On Sunday. July 13, ltt. at ZOO a. m..
after a iingerinir lUiess. William Daly, beloved
father ut Mrs. Minnie SmlCi and Mrs. Tilly Cum
ralngs and the lata Mrs. larrle Formanaclc (nee
Funeral from the residence of his son-in-law,
Frank Smith. Xo. HUA lnln street. Tuesday,
July 15. at I p. m.. to St. Teresa's Church,
thence to Calvary Cemetery. Relatives and friends
are Invited to attend.
GRUWE After a Hncerlnc Illness. Charles H.
Grewe. aced 61 years, beloved husband of Ellsa
Funeral Monday at-S p. m. from residence, Xo,
S7II Tennessee avenue.
JOYCE-On Sunday. July 13. 190S. at 4:30 o'clock
a. m.. Annie Joyco (nee Dunbar), ajed 61 years.
beloved wife of Police Captain Peter Joyce and
our darling mother.
Funeral from the family residence, Xo. IT27 Xn
cas avenue. Tuesday. July 15, at o'clock a. m..
to St. Brldrefs Church, thence to Calvary Ceme
tery. Friends of the family are invited to attend.
KATSEIt After a llnsreilns Illness, at S:I0 p.
m. Sunday. July IS, 1901, Mrs. Charlotte Kayser.
widow of Ferdinand Kayser. aged 7S years 4
months and 13 days.
Funeral services at the residence of her son-in-law
Edward Kayser. Xo. 4S17 Reber Place, Tues
day July 15, at 4 p. m. Interment private. Please
Denver. Colo, and Jersey City. X. J., papers
McGOWAX-Enterod into rest ?" ffttSJf
ii. io at 530 n. n, suddenly, Irvintr .M(?J?1?'
XO. Hli Benton street, beloved husband of Uxile
McGowan (nee Orroes) and devoted father of
ThSnas Md Ethel MeOowaa. atedM Tg?h
Funeral from family residence. Xo. 1S3J Benton
street. Wednesday. July IS. lift at 1 P. - to
Second Christian Church, at E-eventh andTyler
streets, thence to Bellefbntalne Cemetery. Friends
and relatlvea Invited to attend.
RTTTER On Saturday. July U. 1S03, at 3:40 a.
m.. Leopold Bitter, beloved husband .of Marde
lenA Rlttsr (nee Beckart) and our dear JTj
after a ions l'.lncss. at the ate ol O years I
months 15 daye. ,
Funeral Tuesday. July 15, at 730 a. m. from
family realdenca. BUseU and Walker road, to
Holy Cro Church (Baden), thence to Calvary
Cemetery. Friends Invited to attend.
BCHABERO-On Friday. Jul? 1H?S,,A,J
o'SoScpTm.. Herman A. SchabeTRVbeloTed .hus
band f Anna Catherine Schabers (nee Spelbrtnk).
jinaral from residence. Xo. r?31 Waahmiton
avenue. Monday. July 14, at 2 o'cloclc p. ra.
?CHRADER At 530 p. m. Saturday. July 12.
im Theodor O. Bcnraasr, aeariyDeiovea cu.
b?Sd of Miry Sehrader (nee Van De Vare) and ,
cbetoved tether. Erandfather, father-tn-law
iS brother, at the ap of years,
iaral from rasManoa, Xo. 1O0 Esapp strt.
rrqeJaajT Jr . at I a. m.. to Bt. Uborrtts-.
. ibBSba titaoo to CalTarj- CtaisftaJ,
Th Republic Bureau.
Hth St. and Pennsylvania Ae.
"Washington. July 13. "I resd witli sreat
Interest General IltihURh Lee's Interview
on Cuba's present situation and future pros
pects," said Senator HIklns to-day. "espe
cially as I consider no one who Is at lib
erty to speak I? better qualified to do so on
this subject. Ills prediction that triarchy
and annexation vere certain to follow finan
cial distress Is founded on an lntlmato
knowledge of the Cuban t.cople. acquired,
under exceptionally favorable circum
stances. He foresees the sreat danzcr to
Cuba from a falllnc; off In Its customs rev
enues, but he. perhaps, overlooks one es
rentlal fact In this connection, that durin?
American occupation a great deal oi Amer
ican money was put Into circulation In the
Island and trade was abnormally stim
ulated. "Cuba Is now pasin;r through the most
perilous stage of Us caret-r. Spanish op
pression and taxation woro succeedel by
American open-handed liberality and good
Kovemment, and prosperity followed ad
versity so rapidly that it is no wonder the
Cubans were somewhat dazed. But with the
withdrawal of t!.e American Government
capital displayed natural timidity about
Investing- further on the Island until the
Cuban Government demonstrated its abUlty
to maintain order and Itself.
"We have put upon Cuba conditions
which, while lnpurfnjr a certain security to
her, make her. In effect, a dependent na
tion, and as ions as those conditions stand
as a part cf our law? and are imbedded In
her Constitution she can never be a free
and Independent nation. The people of Cuba
will soon learn that It Is far better to be
a State In the American Union, with Sen
ators and Representatives In Congress, than
to be a dependent nation. This Is one or
the reasons why 1 think her people will
prefer giving up national existence and
becoming a -art of the great Republic
"Now is the most opportune time for an
nexation." continued Mr. Klklns. warmly,
"before Cuba contracts debts and strains
her credit to start In the race of national
life, and before the United States, In order
to further help her, makes additional sac
rifices, cither by abandoning her economic
traditions and breaklne down the policy of
protection, which has brought great pros
perity and success to our people, or other
wise. The effect of the Flatt amendment.
though not intended for that purpose, will
operate to bring about annexation. I was
opposed to the Piatt and the Teller amend
ments. They are absolutely inconsistent. I
was opposed to both, but was hushed into
silence because our groat leaders, great law
yers and best thinkers in the Jnate thought
it wise to adopt them.
"But they now rise up to plague us." he
continued. "A nation cannot long remain
half free and half dependent. Such a con
dition embarrasses healthy progress In na
tional life oi.d leaves but little room lor
the exercise cf the genius and intelligence
of a people In the affairs of government,
especially when under such restrictions as
theo amendments impose."
Atlantic Const Line Bauds.
Brown Bros. 4: Co. of New York. Phila
delphia and Boatou. Hullgartcn i; Co. of
Xew l'ork and Vtnnllye fc Co. of Nojt
York. Boston and Chicago have purchased
tlVTW.OW par value of the Atlantic Coast
Line Itallroad first consolidated mortgaga
fifty-year 4-per-cent gold bonds, maturing
July 1. l'XZ- These bankers invite subscrip
tion for 310.KjO.VOO. the unsold pertion of
the above amount at .cOV;. and accrued In
terest, payable July 34. 1W2. at which tlma
the bonds wIU be ready for delivery. They
recommend these bonds as a desirable In
vestment. Half yearly Interest, coapound.
beginning March 1. 1KB. will be payable
March 1 and September 1 in this city. The
first coupon, due March 1. 1503. will be for
eight months' interest. Tho last coupon,
due July 1. IKS, will be for four months
interest. The United States Trust Company
of New Tork is the trustee under the mort
gaga The total amount of the mortgage Is for
J3u.W0.CM. Of thi amount JU.KUr.O has
been issued. $33,lu2,0uu has been reserved to
take up underlying liens, and 312,eS4.009 has
been reserved for acquisition, extensions.
Improvements and equipments. The bonds
are limited to XS.QjO per mile of railway
(Including underlying divisional liens) and
are secured by a mortgage covering all the
property of the railroad company. They
ore a first lien upon about 570 mUes of rail
road. It is estimated that the net earnings of
the mortgaged property for the year ended
June 30. 1j2. will exceed ti&WXiO, approxi
mately double the interest charge of the
consolidated company for the year ending
June SO. 1MB. which. Including Interest on
J31.C34.O0O first consolidated mortgage bonds
outstanding, will amount to ll.97tj.307.
The bonds cannot t9 redeemed prior to
maturity. Subscriptions will bo opened at
the offices of the bankers on July 17, at 10
a, m., and close at 3 p. m. the same day
or earlier, without notice. Application will
be mado to list these bond3 on the Xew
Tork Stock Exchange.
APPLE MEN TO HOLD MEETING.
Conference at St. Charles Tuesday
to Discuss Situation.
St. Charles. Mo.. July 13. Quite a number
of expert apple men will hold a meeting at
Orchard Farm, near St, Charles. Mo.. Tues
day mornln?. They will leavo Qulncy on
Monday night and will arrive at St Charles
Tuesdav morning. They will remain at
Orchard Farm until 930. when they wIU go
to St. Louis and make headquarters at the
Southern Hotel. They will be pleased to re
ceive visitors for discussing any of the
phases of orcharding from 2 to 4 p. m. In
the evening they will go to Olney. DL
There will be among the members of the
parti Henry Clay Cupp of Fall Creek and
James Ilandly of Qulncy. president and
secretary of tho Mississippi Vnlley Apple
Growers' Association. C. H. "Williamson.
Henry L. Messlck. Nicholas Helntz. Colonel
A. J. Dunlgan. Edwin Granacher of Qulncy
and T. C. Wilson of Hannibal, Mo.
Mr. Messlck Is widely known as a tree
doctor. Mr. Granacher is an expert chemist
and authority on solla
PARDON WAS NOT GRANTED.
John Murray Represented He Was
Dying of Consumption.
El Paso, Tex., July 13V-An application for
pardon, alleging that John Murray Is dying
of consumption, was not granted by the
Board of Penitentiary Commissioners of
Murray was convicted of one of the most
atrocious crimes on record. He placed a stick
of giant powder between his two sons, who
were in bed. The explosion blew them ibto
a hundred pieces. By their death Murray
became heir to H,K0.
The Hichest Priced but
tho Best Quality.
New York. July 13. The" Teary Arctic
steamer Windward arrived at Jersey City
to-day, and will go into commission and
depart for the north to-morrow. Tbo "WlnJ
ward came down under her own steam la
the early morning from NewBurgh, N. V..
where for the past two months she has been
receiving new equipment of boilers and
machinery, making the run in vrry credita
ble time and with very satisfactory per
formance of the new engine.
Marie Peary Iloisted Pennant.
The ceremony of transfer from the con
tractor to the club was very simple. The
Stars and Stripes having been hoisted for
the first timo at tho peak, under the special
act of Congress, signed by the late Presi
dent McKlnley. allowing nn American reg
istry to the Windward, little Marie Peary,
daughter of the explorer and the mot
northern-born child In tie world, ho',itel ;o
the foretruck the club pennant, designed by
herself, and alto displayed for the first
Tho emblem is simple, yet effective and
appropriate, with two long, narrow red
stripes, each bordered on the inside by
white; a triangular blue ftod bears the
white initials. "P. A. C." the combination
introducing tho national colors in strong
yet legible combination, which can be read
a long distance.
The Windward since her arrival In New
Tork three months ago has been completely
changed, and will go North as a full-lowered,
completely equipped and thoroughly
commodious ship for Arctic work. To ad
mit the new and powerful boiler, once in
the VIgllancIa, wrecked on the Cuban
coast, the mainmast has'len completely
removed, giving the ship the nondescript
rig of square sails on the foremast aud a
fore and ait Epanker and topsail on the
Acro-sa tho deck Just forward of the poop
has been buUt a house, which has live com
modious staterooms, threo of which, on tbo
starboard side, will be occupiid by Mr. and
Mrs. Peary. In the center of the house Is
a large raessroom or saloon, with the cook
and hid galley udjoinlng on tho port side,
while the roof of the housvi crvca as u.
bridge for the navigating otflcer.
The new engine Is a "steeple oompouna."
ail paru being made exceptionally iitroas
lor work la the ice. with every modern lm
provemtnt, and is expected to give a speed
of from seven to eight knots, equal to that
of the fastest of the Newfoundland statins
fieet and nearly three times that possible
with tho discarded boiler and engine.
To Reach. Peary Aairust 1.
The Windward will coul at Sydney. CT B..
and proceed north through the Straits or
Belle Isle, touching at Uodhaven and -sibly
at Upernavik, and should, with ail
favorable circumstances, reach Peary's
headquarters and him about August L
During yesterday the members of the
Peary Arctic Club and many guests visited
the Windward, inspecting with much inter
est the quarters which Mrs. Peary and Mlsj
Peary wIU occupy on their northern voyage,
and much more, the litue cabin in which
they spent e.ght long months imprisoned
In the Ice at Payer Harbor. The little
stateroom was also the home of Lieutenant
Peary. Jackson and Lieutenant Arming.
much smaller than the ordinary stateroom
of an ocean liner, and was also the homo cf
Mr. Jackson on his voyage to and from
Franz Josef Land, and In which Dr. Nansen
mado his return from his arduous and kil
venturous Arctic voyage.
While the Windward cabin Is cramped,
almost of diminutive proportions, a semi
circular tablt In front of a transom of cush
ion. It will accommodate by careful pack
ing half a, doxen people, but of course those
on the inside are unable to move until
thoso nearer the ends of the semicircle
moke room for them. Four people will fill
the cabin, while six crowd uncomfortably,
and therefor part of the time of tho visi
tors yesterday was allotted to the deck and
to the new deckhouse.
Material for Eskimos.
The forward decks of the Windward were
also busy yesterday, since stores for a. year
and additional supplies for the Jenson Sta
tion at Cumberland Sound were belns
stored, that the departure might be effected
at the earliest possible moment. The Utile
ship was aU bustle and activity, and she
takes north with her. besides the custom
ary stores and supplies, & large amount uf
material for the Eskimos, presents from
Mr. Peary In recognition of their faithful
work, and scientific Instruments with which
to carry on deep-sea work, and in many
respects is better appointed and moro com
pletely equipped than any ship which tas
ever gone to tho north.
The Windward, a !2Moa barque, is easily
tho most Interesting and historic of oil the
Arctic craft now afloat. Built at Sunder
land, England, in istf, it was for more th.'oi
a quarter of a century employed In tne
Dundee and Peterhead whale fisheries. Pur
chased In ISal by Alfred C Uarmsworth,
she look the Jackson-ilarmsworth expedi
tion to Franz Josef Land, being Imprisoned
In the ice near Capo Flora for tne winter.
The Windward, commanded by Captain
John Bartlett, aaUed from New lork for
the north July 3, 1S3S: parted .cpmpany
with her consort, the Hope. Captain Sam
uel W. Bartlett, for Ltah. North Green
land. August 12. and spent the following
winter fast In the Ice of AUman Bay. break
ing out early in August, liUO. and Joining
the Diana (.the auxiliary ship) at Ltah.
August 12, returning to Brlgus, Newfound
land. Extensive repairs were made to the
hull and machinery early in the eprlng of
1300 and July 20, commanded by Captain
Samuel W. Bartlett, sailed from Sydney,
with ilrs. Peary, on board, also Marie
Peary, tor tbo North, and, except a report
from Godhaven. August 15, nothing further
waa heard from hers unUl the arrival of
the Erik, tbo auxiliary ship of 1MU at Etah,
August 4. The Windward had spent the
eight months from September to July fast
In the ice of Payer Harbor, near Cape Sa
bine, and spent a month. aB soon as extri
cating herself. In a successful walrus hunt
In Ingtefield Gulf, returning at tne end cf
the reason practically under Ball, for three
knots, with favorable wind and tide, was
tho utmost that her engines could do. Tho
Windward wintered at Brigus. anltlng in
New Tork. March 2S.
Peary Arctic CInb.
The departure of the Windward seema
to be a proper occasion for a brief state
ment concerning the Peary Arctic Club,
which has sustained Mr. Peary during the
five years" expeditions, and which, when
the subscriptions originally pledged have
been ail paid and expended, will renew Its
promise to support him and the work to
the end. Tho Peary Arctic Club Is mado
up of subscribers secured by Mr. Peary
Just before his departure In 1S3S. and was
organised In January, 1SS9. Peary's original
idea was to associate twenty-five men. who
would pledge to him and to each other four
annual contributions of 11,000 each, thus in
suring a forking capital for four years of
his enterprise of J100.0CO. His departure
waa however, compelled before the full
number was secured, and the club as organ
ized In January. 1S79. wan: President, Mor
ris K. Jesup; vice president, Frederick E.
Hyde. M. D : treasurer, Henry W. Cannon;
i ecretary, Herbert L. Brldgman. who, with
the late James M. Constable, Messrs. Jan.
J. H11U E. C. Benedict, H. H. Benedict, H.
Hayden Sands, B. W. Bliss and the late
President Charles P. Daly of the American
Geographical Society, were constituted
Messrs. Jesup and HOI each contributed a
double portion of the capital, and have gen
erously renewed their fuU proportion for
the fifth and present year. Messrs. Edward
G. Wyckofl and Clarence F. Wyckoff of
Ithaca. N. Y, and Grant B. Schley of New
York have also Joined the clab. and Mr.
Frederick Constable, since his father's
death, has completed and continued his
Confident of laoaeeanin, n
Tzt clab has faithfully seconded at boa
aU of Mr. Peary's efforts In the north; lias
sent the Hope In 133S. tho Diana in 1SW. and
the Erik In 1ML tho second and last of
which communicated with him. ependmg
nearly a month at Inslefield Gulf, and
brought home complete Journal and rec
ords, and a largo amount of valuable ma
terial xescued by him from Fort Conger,
end brought over 200 miles over the ice to
Grinncll Land. . . .
The rrembers of the club have the most
unqualified faith In Mr. lcarys ultimata
success, and have undertaken tho expen
sive outlay on the Windward this year with
perhaps more enthusiasm than anything elie
in its history. They recognized the fact tht
Mr. Ptarys ample store and tho best dog
fox's, hli thorough familiarity with the
loute from his Cape Sabine headquarters to
Cnpe Heclo, the point of departure from tho
North American coast for the Pole, give
him pieat a-lrantage. nnd confidently expect
the return of the ship early In September
with the explorer, nnd the news of his com
NOTRE DAME PARISH
FIRST MASS IN TENT
One Hundred Families Represented
at Initial Service of Wellston's
More than ICO families were represented
yesterday morning at the first rvlces In
the new Catholic parish in WeUston, St,
Louts County. Mass was celebrated In a
tent by the Reverend Father C F. O'Leary,
Father O'Leary took for his text the
scriptural verse. "When two or three are
gathered together in my name there am I
in the midst of them. In turn he dwelt
REVEREND FATHER a F. O'LEARY.
Who yesterday celebrated the first mass'la
Wellston's new Catholic Church, of which
he is the pastor.
upon the development of worship. Christian
architecture, the spirit of sacrifice and the
part taken by tho church in hbrtory-mak-lng.
Ha referred to the vast growth" of the
church in and around St. Louis since the
day Pere Marquette said mass on tho
banks of the Mississippi, and compared th-t
church's progress to the work of bees. Old
hives had been filled, he said, and new ones
are being built, Tho meeting of those
whom he was addressing meant tho forma
tion of a new parish, an extension of the
church's work, ho said, and he requested
his hearers to do all In their power to help
build up the parish so that It can take its
placo among tbo older and larger parishes.
The name of tho new parUh Is to Notre
Dame. Bids are already being received for
the erection of n frame edlfico. work on
which will probably commence within a
week. A parochial schodl and residence
will also be erected In the near future. The
church Is to cost In tbo neighborhood of
,0u0. Father O'Leary Is stopping at the
home of his sister, at No. 1706 Klenlen ave
nue. The tent stands on tho property ad
joining the house.
"God designed that we should worship in
temples." Eald Father O'Leary, "but In
olden times they held services In tents and
groves, and as wo are JuBt beginning I sup
pose we are doing as well as can be ex
TILLMAN WOULD OPPOSE
Threat of Continuation of Hitter Per-
aonal Fend Cause. President to
Consider Another Appointment.
Washington. July 11 The end of the bit
ter and sensational fight between Senators
Tillman and McLaurin is not yet.
Senator Tillman has registered a solemn
vow that he will oppose his colleague's ap
pointment to the United States Court of
Claims bench on the floor of the Senate.
He furthermore says that he will not con
fine his opposition to executive session be
hind clored doors, but that he intends to
nay in open Senate nnd say plainly why his
colleague should not be confirmed as a
Mr. Tillman proposes to place In the Rec
ord all the allegations that have been made
charging Senator McLaurin with betraying
his party, and In addition his own personal
criticism and his own reasons for denyln-r
Mr. McLaurln's confirmation for a lifelong
Friends of both Senators now say that
should Mr. Tillman carry out his threats
it would only serve to renew the bitterness
of the fight which last winter resulted In a
hand-to-hand encounter on the floor of the
Senate while In session.
On this account the President his been
urged to give Senator McLaurin some posi
tion outride the Judiciary, for Mr. Tillman
has told his friends that he would not carry
his opposition to an appointment that was
not to the bench. The President Is said to
be considering this view of the situation
and some other appointment is possible.
With the Democratic opposition against
Senator McLaurin. it was said to-day that
there was grave doubt if he could b con
firmed as a Jodge of the Court of -'''
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Ten raiautts from heart of c:tr: r.o dirt and
dust .ltu.led on beulrtara and lake, at list
street boulevard. CMcaco
fend for ttnrated booklet
STOCKTON HOTEL SSM&7A
l.COJ fe-t ocean front. 1-3 rnlie ssadeus porta.
All corridors It feet wide Wtby UttM: ballroom
WiM. Orehstra II piece. Kvery modern eera
fort and facility Sull-s with private bath. Kate
IIS to MS or neek. Redaction durlnz July. Writ
for booklet HultACK It CAItt-
Also Hotel Namandle. Waabiaetoa. D. C
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL,
w nrroneb-urg, aVCiBaoxiri.
Sixteen departments. 1,200 students during the year; 404 teachers, first term-of
summer school. Second term of summer school opens July 21; regular session
September 9. Warrensburg. on account of the famous Pertle sad Electric Springs,
is a much-frequented summer retreat- ctattp WATOiUAT crnnm
For catalogue, address MA It, NUKMAL SCHOOL.
30th year. The College
American vonscrvaiory. manned oy speciaiuu. in. . mi
txr. Can cert Pianist (May). Hesldent Professors Guerne,
Flchtel. Knemmel, Forrest, Roberts, Thomas, lloraaday.
For estsioine, address
JOUX W. illLLIO.V, Pres., 6 Collejs Place. MEXICO, MO.
UCUIH JTX1CC3. CUlWUUlJlliSU,
FOR WOMEN. 52dYoar. I Art and Oratory. An elegant College Home. Exclusive
Patronage. For Catalogue, aiidreis Secretary Christian Collese, Columbia, Mo.
L-taP Weniworih Kilifarw fieademvM
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National Acaceale. or fre Ufe COL. SANDFORD SELLERS. M. A.. SuaL. teilncton. Me, I
Baptist Female RoHeiie,
AND MISSOURI CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC.
FoaadedliM. StronjprocTTtalve faculty. WeU equipped laboratory fjrSdeaca wore. liter
ary iroric to cbarxr of U Diversity endnates. A modern Cocservatorr of Music Art, asd ESo
cotlon. liaodMintlr Illustrated cataiccae. Vdw. w. White. Pres. Robert N.Cbox..E.Maxr.
1831 Lindenwood College for Women 1902
HT.CnAULllSMO. Electric cars ta SuLeuls.
Rexalar. Classical, and Coliece-preparatory Courses. Ptreog Faculty of Experienced Teaebers. Seaaalaf
Mnslc, ElacntUn and Art OZO. CUrro&O YIEii. IHrretor. Location bealtbral. beaatlrat. All
modem coaTtalencei. Advantage erproxiniry to coming yrorWa Fair. M.lLBKAf'gBpg.P..rTes.
, Kemper Military School
Founded U4. RrcornlxMl preraratcrr school for Mltsoorl Ftata Cniienltraad all leaduix
college. Complete business cocrse. Aray oSeer detailed by Secretary of n'ar. ror csta
lcgnaaadreM COL.T.A, JOIUtSTO.VSaseriateadeat. BoastUs, If e.
Bishop Robertson Hall.
Episcopal ; established ir.L liuudlnr and day
scnool for rtrls. Keocecs D. V. tjepiember li
WC Apply to SIbTER SUPETJOIt, 1MT-1SU
B. Cotnptoa ass.. St. Lnuls. Mo. Ask f-r pros
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Sfbor at any price. Colleaa and tuslness prep
Sratlon. Write to COL S. L. Stiver. A. IL. Pa. P.
Hosmer Hall jJiuoori
A Day and Boar-dins School for Girls
Calloa sreparaua ttalir. CirUncate adoila
to km colls. OraaSact.H.ua.
AddmaklM at U. XATJ1K WS, PriIU
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oplp Taeooly Poiltlve Cnr fot-IJqoor llriattar. Morphias mad oikrrVan
i"j2W eoCle Jmi Xalngr, Xearaathenla, Tobacco sad Clraretts addtetloaa.
til 6 J-i- JT. Z2. TTtf IJiJbt, 3EliyioU.n and Mnair.
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CELEBRATED FALL ,
OF FRENCH BASTILE
Residents of St Clair County Made
Merry at Central Park Yester
day Fireworks and Dancing.
Persons of French descent living In St.
Clair County yesterday united In a celebra
tion at Central Park, East St. Louis, of the
fall of the Baa tile. The celebration beran
early In the afternoon and lasted well Into
the small hours of mornlnc;. In the after
noon a programme of speeches and music
was arranged, and in .he evening a similar
programme was followed by a display of
fireworks and dancing;.
In the afternoon speeches were made In
French by Augustus Chenot and Alexander
De Menll and in English by Congressman
Fred J. Kern of Belleville and Mayor M.
M. Stephens of East St, Louis. Mrs. Mao
Estelle Acton-Harker rendered the "Mar
seillaise" and other vocal selections.
In tho evening Louis Seguenot, the con
tralar agent at St. Louis, delivered a speech
in French. Addresses in English" were made
by W. A. Itodcnberr. Mayor John B. Hay
of Belleville. LouU Kllngel and TV. IL Ben
nett. Following this programme there were
fireworks, and later dancing. The festivities
were kept up until after midnight.
GALA DAY AT CAMPLINCOLW.
Thonsands of Friends Visit Illinois
Springfield. IIL. July li Several hundred
visitors from points throughout Central and
Southern Illinois spent to-day with friends
and relatives In camp with the Fourth and
JluKIii YcaHaTe Always Bwjkt
OPESS FOB SEASOX OT 1M
VNDElt NKW MANAGEMENT.
CCISINE AND SEltVlCE UNEXCELLED.
SPECIAL BATE3 FOR JCLT.
For rates, dlarrams. Etc.. Address.
W. IRVING DAYiDS, Proprietor.
AND CONSERVATORY FOR LADIES
University trained faculty. Herman-
V iair& wuu a
Fee keys avee
IS jears !&.
Ward Seminary S,1
a7larearb.rlMS.pt. 3. Ut.rrTe.rM,UnI.Arl.
HmvUm. Crtlflml.n to W.IImI.t. Baltimore Worn.
aaau:i-. rJrT,30. Mild anJ .a!a albMfa.
Tor CataleiM S fcilMa J. d. LAXTOM. UCk, aUa -,
HOLLINS INSTITUTE, Virginia
EttoblUhed n il'Jt
For tie H&her Education of Yousf Ladies
rscalty.Usenaets-n sad 3 ladies. i
XsrcUmest. Hi pnrlls from It states.
rorlllnatrsted eaiaieirse.appl t to
MATTr L COCKE, rrestdent, IloUlcs, Ta.
irrs ctrri ar-s. -w ..
VbU riiaataTe Is oa erery hex of the ranntsa
1-flTnf ive Rrnmn.fiittniniT,M.
that cores a cold la one dor,
Fifth Regiments. An excursion train from
Shawneetown. over tho Baltimore and Ohio
Southwestern Itallroad. which arrived
shortly befora noon, brought hundreds of
persons from the towns having companies
in the Fourth Regiment. Another excursion
came from Beardstown. and arrived about
the same tine, while still others came from
Kankakee, Bloomlngton. Decatur and sur
rounding points. The roads that did not
bring excursion trains to the city gave a
cheap rate fare for the round trip and this
attracted many. The visitors In many'ln
stancea brought large baskets of lunch.
In the afternoon the crowd of visitors at
camp was Increased by several thousand
local persons. Many of these drove to camp
and witnessed tho evening parade. makln
the crowd tho largest, as a whole, that has
been seen at camp by either the Fourth or
Fifth Regiment In many years.
Tho visitors this evenln; witnessed a reg
imental parade with a brigade review. Col
onel Tauter of the Fourth Regiment com
manding the brigade, while General Horace
S. Clark received the review.
The chaplains of the two commands held
a Joint church service at 10 o'clock In the
morning In the band stand, located be
tween brigade and regimental headquarters
Governor and Mrs. Yates and a party of
young ladles, who are guests of Mrs. Yatei
at the executive mansion. al.:o attended the
religious services. The entire party drove
to camp In the morning In carriages, which
were given a place close to the stand, for
the convenience of the executive party.
Included In the party were Miss Margaret
Strong. Miss Swan Indermllle. Miss Hlrsch
and Miss Atterberry of Chicago. Miss Edith
Ames of Kankakee. Mtsa Alice TVadsworth
and Miss Osborne of Jacksonville.
Private Ira BVtck of Company A. Areola,
Fourth Regiment, was sent home this morn
ing suffering with a badly fractured kn
cap. He does not know how the injury
Unidentified Stan Killed.
Nashville. IIL. July 12. An unidentified
man was run over and Instantly killed by
a freight train of the Louisville and Nash
ville Railroad at 5 a. m. to-day. The acci
dent occurred Just at the.ouuklrts of the
city. The man had evidently fallen asleep
on the track. He was apparently about X
years old. smooth face, welghlnr about ITS
pounds, sandy hair and seemingly of Irish
nationality. He was poorly clad
ADVEVriSTS' TEST SERVICES El
der J. M. Rees of Kansas 3ty, who has
CBia VAUDEVILLE STARS-O
Henry E. Dlxer. Davis and Macaultry. UeFct
and Hill. Little put Ethel Robinson. Karsey's
Mats. Dally Admission to Orouads Free.
S.OOO Good Seatit nt. ."77.25 cts
C,000 Good Seats at SO ot
11,000 Chairs at.......... 75 cts
COO Box Seats nt J1.(X
(AdTaace Sals at Bellman Bros. dally until t JO.)
For the Most ilarvelous Success in
St, Louis' History,
Every Jilrht. J-1S. Eat. MaU t-M.
To-night, rata performance FRENCH FETE.
FlllEW OKKb. Scenic Railway. Old Mill Wheel.
btecplecnase. New Midway. Hand Concerts dally
except at It-staurant tn the tollase.
Sax. July S3 BOHEMIAN GIRL.
Kainl scats at C & A K. it. 03ce.
Take Any Car.
THE BIO PLACE OJf THE HILL.
"COME AMI LOOP THE LOOP.
Two performances daily, rain or shine.
Lockbart'a Elephants: Nat Wills; Big Specialty
Co. Admlsidon to (rounds tree. PavUijn, JOo
and So Reserved rests. Kt
Retail DrugrUts Assn Benefit. Tuesday. July IS.
St. Louis vs. Philadelphia
G.OIE STARTS AT 3t4S P. M.
DELMAR RAGE TRACK,
Commencing at 2:30 P. Al.
Admission, locludiug Grand Stand, $1.03.
DELMAR. JOCKEY CLVB.
WILLIAM F. HOMES. IL J. DIEKNEITE.
EHTABLlSnED rN 1JO. .
lilSSOCIU STATE MtrLAL r'IRK AJfD
HAIUNE l-i!ilIt.t.MT COMPAJIT.
Office, No. 71 Chestnut St.. St. Lrais, Mo.
TeL Belt Main ITT1A, TL KlnlocS A 103.
Policies ara written oa either stock or mutual plasj
JlcnrrC. TTaantlclc. J. B. C Lucaa.
1. K. Orthwaln. p. D. Walk.r.
Auanstus Nedrt'rhut. Jss. W. Belt.
Wm. T. Romia
Do You Ever
stop to consider the
present efficiency of tbo
cotnoared with what It
was before the"POSTAL"m
entered the field? w
LADIES! ST5Q0 REWAROIiS
WtaaloaT trem aar east, my mcaUUy rtrsiatar
(alls ta retirra. XaU. BarBleas, g; sale, fare. How
looa KMiMHt. lite reward far any ouwr nattr
s4Trnaa lias will nlan one lata BX. JlCISOI. a.
UitUmf. IB. (UrswaOM) raiS Casaal !,.
ADVERTiSE !N THE
All Druggists take Ads. for
been a-sistlnc In the Sevtnlh-Dav Auven-ti-t
ietval at the tent on EucllJ an.'. Pas
avenues, preached laat nlcht 'n tho sub
ject: "The Home of the Wretched." The
meetlnes are Incresalni; in Interest. Elder
It. C Porter will preach to-night.
HAS DOUBLE CONSCIOUSNESS.
Hiss Ada Barker's Case Interests
Terrell. Tex.. July 13. The youns woman.
Miss Ada Barker, who was brought to the
State Insane asylum here by the Sheriff of
El Paso County a week ago In a supposed
ly demented condition, has so far recovered
that she remembers having left her home ta
Xew York during the latter part of May
for the Galveston carnival.
After reaching Galveston Miss Barker,
mind Is a blank until within the last tew
days. The young woman was well supplied
with money on leaving Xew Tork and still
rctalcs a portion of It.
She has written relatives In New York;
apprising them of her whereabouts and con
dition. Physlclau pronounce her case one
af double consciousness or recurrent Ce
ruentia. SUDDEN' DEATH OP JULIA MAY
Julia May. 1? years old. died suddenly Sat
urday night at her home. No. 1413 Choutcut
avenue. Her sudden demise is supposed to
have been due to epilepsy.
ATLANTIC COAST RESORTS. J
Ticket Officer7th fc OUv. .s
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