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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MAECH S. 1903.
FRANCtS CREATES SHORTEST TIME RECORD FOR INTERVIEWING CROWNED HEADS.
Exposition President Trael 3,000 Miles, Wins F.-vvor of King Ed
ward, President Loubet, Emperor illi.ini and King AlfmiMt,
Hanquets Three Times Each Dai,. Captures Victoria's 1 .!").
OtfO Jubilee-Jewels and Has Koy.il Commissions Appoint
ed, All in Twenti-Tuo Dais.
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at IIarc, to attend King 1M-
ou nrrlial at -tatiim In the
Uo eminent ofhuaK
England Received an Iniltat'on, onlandlr
Met by Evposition Commissioners to Europe
Luncheon and talk with Joseph II. Clioate. United States Ainba -.sdoi to
the Court of St. James
C.illwl ou piomlnent Americans stopping in London the afternoon of the di
of his arriinl.
Attended dinner at the Carlton Hotel as the guM of .1. C. Stewart, the fa
mous American eoutiactor.
Attended a tea gheii by Lady Harrington to sonic of the "-mart " ' I-on-don.
Presented by Ambassador Clioate to Kins Ednard at a levee in Bucking
Luncheon with Eail Gray.
Guest of honor at the Pilgrims dinner of the American Society in London.
where he made an address on the World's. Pair to leadin;
merchant princes and literary men of the Kingdom.
Lunch"on with Marcus Samuel. Lord Major of Ixuidon, in the GuI'd Hall,
nherc he met other influential tradesmen, and made a speech.
Private audience granted by King Edward at Buckingham Palace, where
President Praucis talked with the monaich regarding British participation at
the Exposition. i
Secured a promise from the King that the jubilee Jen els of Queen Victoria
would lie sent to the Exposition as an exhibit and special mark of faor on the
' Dinner at Mrs. Ronald's, former social leader In Nov York.
Luncheon with Lord Landsdowne, British Poreign Secretary, who will ap
point the members of the Hojnl Commksion to the World's Pair.
Luncheon by Chief Justice Lord Alverstone.
Prance Entertained at Cafe Ritz as a guest of the Fienth Government.
Breakfast with M. Michel Lagrat e. Commissioner General from Prance to
the World's Tair; discussed the French participation.
Dinner -with M. -Trouillot, Minister of Commerce, where President Trancis
made a short speech. ,
Sjecial audience granted by President Loubet. where the. Trench participa
tion was fully discussed, and President Francis diplomatically invited the
President to i isit the Exposition.
Attended grandopera in the evening as the guest of the President of
France, and later attended a grand ball at the El; sec Palace, on the imitation
of the President
Received by Ambassador Porter, where the co-operaticn of the United States
diplomatic service In France was discussed.
Informal reception by President Francis, to the Deputies of the Frencli
Chambers, where he Interested them in the Exposition.
Speech by President Francis at the Paris Chamber of Commerce, in w hlch
the plan and scope of the World's Fair was made clear.
Spain Breakfast with United States Minister Hardy and his staff at the
Embassy in Madrid.
Called on Premier Silvela nnd the Minister of State, and received assurances
that two commissions would le appointed to the St. Louis Exposition.
No audience with King Alfonso because the Spinish court wa in mourn
ing and sufficient assurances had been made by the Ministers.
Called on the Marquis .Tomillas, president of the Compania Transatlantica.
where rates of tourists to St Louis were discussed.
Germany Presented to Emperor William by United States Ambassador
Charlemagne Tower, to be followed by a number of social events.
President David R. Francis has Inter
leaved more crowned heads In less time
than any one else In the history of the
His whirlwind tour of European capitals
In ,the Interest of the St, Loui Exposition
ha been the talk of the week on two con
tinents. In acccmpllthm? this meteoric feat he
has ridden the wacs and drien the steam
horse 7.3D0 miles across land 'and s-a.
Within fifteen days he felted four seats
of foreisn Governments to tell them that
the queen of expositions would open in
He has won the friendly Influence of Ed
ward. Kins of Britain, President Loubet
of France, Emperor William of Germany
and King Alfonso of Spain.
He rai secured a promise of the display
of Queen Victoria's Jubilee Jewels, valued
at $1 OX) COO. and has brought about the
rapid appointment of rojal commissions.
He hfls made speeches Innumerable; has
been wined and dined by Dukes, Earls and
Jvirds, who have paid their homage,
through his personally, to the supremacy
The killing speed he has maintained has
stirred the deliberate blood of the nations
In the Old World President Fi-incis in
their eyes is the wizard of all the pace
making Americans wno haie gone abroad.
They are amazed that he has been able,
under the excitement of rapid travel to
carry a stenographer with him, to whom
regular Exposition business Is dictated in
The sanest sort of method shine through
the apparent madness of this fast-fljlng
Mlssoutlan Something- was needed to
awaken an older civilization from Its cen
turies of lcthargj. President Francis has
Impressed upon them that life is short and
time in fleeting; that expositions await no
If he sails from Bremen to-morrow bv
the Kaiser Wilhelm der G-osse, according
to schedule, he will arrive in St, Iuls the
following Monday, after an absencn nf
twenty-two davs, et it is possible he mav J
uui..hw u .uu(uv iui v uici illlU UC UCV
tained until the last of March
The strain Incident upon the record
breaking race against time has been enor
mous, doublj so bj reason of the additional
drain imposed b luncheons, dinners and
banquets on the same day. the fever of con
stantly speaking and irregular hours.
Quickly succeeding changes of scene have
probably calmed the nerves of the Expo
JiJ'0?. President vet the officials of the
iv orld s Fair Corporation smile at the
word, and say that Francis Is made of Iron
with steel gearings.
His appearance at the exclusive courts of
Europe is something new in the exposi
tion business. It has never been done be
fore. Yet the official head of the world's
greatest exposition was the only person
representing the movement who was en
titled to ask royalty, in person, to como
to the show. -
No showman, in the broad sense of the
term, ever was backed bv the great Ameri
can Republic. In his appeal to monarchs
inemseivca. resident Francis has had at
his command all the diplomatic enginery of
the United States and the skillful assist
ance of her ambassadors
In Exposition circles his trip Is consid
ered a master stroke. Coming little moro
than one year before the opening of the
IVorld'p Fair, it is believed that the efforts
of exhibitors to be ready on time, have
been stimulated, and the work of the Ex
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Piesijcnt PrantU h.is astonished Continental Europe as well as England b.v tlie speed with which he has come in contact with the men who control af
fairs of the wor'd ;owors. Fioni Loudon to Patl. lie hurried, then to Madrid. bak to Pans where he made a speech in French at a binqnet be
tween trains. Now he is ou his way to Berlin where he will meet Emperor William, and from there, it is un derstood in St. Louis, he will go to St.
Petersburg. Vienna, Borne. To Paris again and finally to Brussels and
place, but this is not credited in St. Louis.
1 he Hague. A dispatch from Berlin says that he will stirt home from that
position's foreign commissioners strength
ened by his presence.
The managers of the international show
h.ive telled on the President's magnetic
methods and his enthusiasm to accomplish
bj personal contact what might have de
manded months of correspondence. Mem
bers of the American Emoasy at London
and Americans jesidlng there, who knew
the dashing stjie of the man. Insisted upon
his visit to England, depending upon hln
convincing manner!", to secure Great Brit
ain's full participation.
The great mensure of success attending
the London exploitation, determined the in
valon of the Continent. The various Eu
ropean commis"ions for the Fair urged hint
to recross the Channel into Tranee. Once
in Paris and the recipient of constant ova
tions, it was difficult to resist importuni
ties to come to Berlin.
Yet, Just to the south, lay Spain and
Italy, the countries most backward in mak
ing preparations for their part In the
World f Fair. A step acro's the P rents
Into conquered Spain was a courtesy indi
cated bv the next diplomatic stroke of Mr.
Ills judgment was rewarded by a cordial
reception and the promise that not one, but
two rojal commissions would be appointed
to visit St. Louis to select a site for t! .
Spanish pavilion and arrange for her ex
Visiting President Loubet and turning the
back on Emperor William was out of the
question, to the Exposition President was
committed to a trip to Berlin when he
Invaded France. He is well on his way to
meet the German Rooevelt.
Whether President Francis will And time
to visit Victor Emmanuel of Italy and the
Pope of Rome cannot be decided until the
constantly changing tone of the cablegrams
are settled by the last news about the
sailing from Bremen next Monday.
He mut soon return to St. Louts to pre
pare for the dedicatory ceremonies. The
immediate results cf hl remarkable tour
will te first realized at the d'dicatlon. when
the rojal commissions of the count-'eo he
hns visited appear to represent their rc
spectiv e Gov emments "
MUST BE WITHDRAWN!
The Bi-Chemic Physicians Unable to Attend to the Crowds Applying for Free
X-Ray Examination, This Offer Will Be Withdrawn in a Few Days. If You
Wish a Free X-Ray Examination, Call at Once. The Sick Are Coming From
AH Sections of the Country. Dr. Powell Has Been Compelled to Enlarge His
Offices. A Startling List of Cures.
SANDBAG BLOW PROVED FATAL
Old Soldier Dies From Injuries In-
flitted by Thug.
Philadelphia, March 7 After havirg told
a story of being snndbagged and robbed in
this cltj, O. F. Phillips, a veteran of the
Civil Wer. died at Wells Memorial Hos
pital, New Brunswick . X. J. Phillips's In
juries were received in a somewhat mjste
For several weeks the aged veteran ha"
made his home with Hugh Collins, a farmer
near New Brunswick. He came to Csllins'
home some weeks ago. penniless and
hungry. He said he had been Induced to go
to New York by a pension agent, who
promised to DJt him In a soldiers' home
The latter had failed to keep faith and Phil
ips was walking back to Philadelphia. Col
lins took the old man in and cared for him.
When his pension check arrived, on Feb
ruary 9. the veteran paid Collins what ho
owed him and with the change, some J13,
in his pocket, departed for Philadelphia, in
tending to return at the end of a week. H
came back the next night bidly hurt Phil
lips told Collins he had been sandbagged
and robbed in this cltv. He said his
wounds had been dreseed at the Pennsyl
vania Hospital. The old man failed to
rally end hl benefactor sent him to the
hospital, where death came.
SOVINER GOES TO JAIL WHEN
BARTFELD SURRENDERS BOND
Frnr Thnt Defendant Wonld ot Ap
pear Promptx Surety to Turn Over
Chnrgi- to Sheriff.
Henrj Bartfeld of No 1134 North Eighth
street, surety en the bonds of Max Sovtnlr.
one of the brothers who are charged with
Iea.'nr propertv for immoral purposes, jes
terdav turned Sovenlr over to the Sheriff on
Soven'r declares re had no intention to flee
from the charge against him, but it is un
derstood that Bartfeld had Intimation that
the man for whom he had signed two JI05
bonds might not be In court when the cases
Sovenlr was allowed to sit in the SherifTs
office until 6 o'clock, while he sent for new
bondsmen- At that hour the prospective
bondsman had not appeared and Sovenlr
was locked up.
"Bartfeld came to me and asked to be al
lowed to sign my bond." said Sovlner. "I
had a bondsman, but when Bartfeld volun
teered I accepted hla offer. Now I suopose
It will be hard for me to give another bond,
as ether persons will fear that Bartfeld
thought I would run oft. I have nothing-to
run away for. I do not fear th charges
against me. and I will be on hand for trial
when my cases are called if I can get an
The report was also current that the Sher-
TIME SUMMARY AND
Left St. Louis Tuesday, February
10. for New York.
Arrived at New York Wednesday.
February 11, naving traveled 1,200
Sailed on La Bretagne Thursday.
February 12, for Havre. France.
At sea. from Februarv 12 to Febru
ary M. inclusive, covering 3,300 miles.
Landed at Havre 7 p. m. February
20, and th same evening took train
for London by wav of Southampton.
Arrived at the British capital the
evening of Februarv 21. after travel
ing about 200 mils. including the
crossing of the Channel.
Remained In London from Febru
ary 21 to March 1. Left for Parte,
crossing the Channel second time and
traveling 3C0 miles
Arrlvjd at the French capital
Murch 2. Remained In Paris until
noDn Tucsdaj, March 2. when he left
for Madrid by the Sud Express.
Arrived at Madrid Wednesday,
March 4, after traveling & miles.
Left the Spanish capital March S for
Paris, en route to Berlin. Traveled
Arrived at Paris second time March
$ and remained in that city until 2
p. m. March 7, when he took the fast
train for Berlin, arriving there this
morning. Traveled 74 miles.
iff had been requested to bring- In Loul
Soviner. but at the Sheriff's office It was
said that no such request had been made .
REMORSE LED TO SUICIDE,'
Henry -Hcrtiug Struck Daughter
and Then Tool; Poison. j,
REPUBLIC SPECIAL. "
San rranclsco. March Z Henry Herthur.
a saloonkeeper, attacked his wife and trci ,
boys in a drunken frenzy, struck hla 17- t
year-old daughter when she Interfered bx
their behalf, then anticipating- arrest la.
took strychnine and died soon, after ha '
was taken Into custody.
Hertlng had been drinking- heavily tetlJ
several days. When he threatened h! trite
and two small boys with violence, hla t
wiin -noience. ma t
restrain him. and tm !&,
struck her. SI
Nelirhbors. came to ner assistance, ana
. i- oaan-Ti nf a. nollceman to taka ' '
Hertlng into custody. He appeared to Da ,5
.i.. jt.htph.il at th nroRtiect of arrcsc 5
and It is believed that he took the- potsooi
. nt-oti-nl i fha YV11(tTlAJl. I
mi?IZ,Z? iirt sullenly to the polloa l
desk while th
Hertlne walked sullenly to we ra
station and stood at the desk wnll
i.... , Uir entered acalnst
Suddenly he fell In violent orjnvuUIona.
IveTt-rln th hlrtory of St. Louis has there been
m much excitrtnrnt art enthusiasm eWncM as
durlnur the past fen wtks The offices of Dr.
Jonathan Towell ha beer a teritable Mecca
for those uirertnp from DeafneM DHndnets
Lameness, Iverious Dieaees and alt ctVr chronic
allmertx thit human floh Is heir to They cime.
to t examined by Doctor Powell s famous X-Ray
Outfit They came to find out for a certainty
the cause of their affliction They came to lace
tlimrehes under the care of the Great Quaker
It-yslclan, ivho mlphty Gift of Healing has
brn heralded throughout the countrj They knew
that he alone was capable of locating disease,
and curing condition that were before considered
preat wa the crowd seeklrj; hla wrrlres that
his offices although the largest In this country.
ere utterly inadequate to accommodate the peo
ple Dr Fouell has ben compelled to enlarge his
offlcee, but on account of the eter Increasing
throne of patient? he wdl be oblleed to withdraw
his free X-lta examinations within a few dajs
He would b alad to continue these free X-Kay
examinations Indefinitely, but the tax on his
strencth has been ao preat that It will l im
possible for him to do so much longer. If ou
wlh to find out exactly what your trouble is,
call at once
Doctor PottcII never accept n case
miles he Iciiottm to a certainty the
cause nf the trouble, ami th! can only
ne iletertnlncfl iiy n scientific X-Ray
examluatlnn. Ills X-Ray ontflt In the
most elaborate and complete in the
conn try. II Itli special Fluoroscopic
attachment he la able to examine nil
pnrts of the body and And oat to an
absolute certainty the came of the
'Tlcraember. those call Ins; now ttIH
receive an X-Uny examination abso
lutely free of charge It will cost yoa
nothing whatever to find ont Just
what )onr trouble Is. Ho -will not
choree on one penny for the most
careful X-Ray examination known to
science. It Is Important to caU at once,
as this offer will be withdrawn in
Mr. John llrennan, 3013 Folsom
Ave. St. Louis, says: 'My deafness started about
seven years aco. It gradually Krew worse, and fin
ally trot so bad that I could not hear the alarm of
mr cock I could not hear people taly- without
great difficulty The nolres In my head almost
drove me frantic Strange as It may seem, the
Jjl-Chemie Treatment has completely resto-ed my
hearing. The noises are crone, and I can now hear
my clock tick across the room."
Mrs. John Kutimao, 0O4 Snmmlt are.,
Sast St. LouJa, sajs: Z had suffered for years
with catarrh of the nose, throat and .stomach.
My stocnach. became so weak that It was Impos
sible for ros to eat solid food. The psdn which I
experienced was Intense. Often times I would
eoujrh 90 hard that I would vomit all that I had
eaten. I had lost twenty-five pounds In flesh and
was a physical wreck. Under the Bi-Cnetnlc
Treatment my appetite Is irood. my head dear.
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Mri. Bertha Iloppnun, 3440 Illlnola
avenue. St. lxul : "Itgltrs m crnt pl(a
ure to recommtnd the Rl-Chemlc Treatment for
lun troub!. I was In a trr much wrakened con
dltlon when I beaan their treatment. I would
cough cunitantl). rajfe mucus and infract my
lungs were almort denrojed I lest flesh rapidly
and wasln (treat fear that my lunaf would col
liSfj -P IH-Chmlc Treatment has completely
cured me. I now feel like a new woman "
Mr. J. 31. Oroircll. SSOO Wanh atreet.
L- V!u.," "' w" a complete ntnom and
Ehrjlcal wreck when I went to the offices or the
lK.hemlc Physician? 1 was dlzz. weak and de
spondent bpecss wculd float In front of my e3.
1 could not sleep, my food would not digest: In
JC.V 't,?? !ot?' wreck A'r a short course
of the Blhemlc treatment, mi symptom are all
Improved. I am rapldl) regaining my strength
11,'."- P'e" o me to be able to recommend
S... "!atnlnt " suffertng from nervous de
Mr. Prita IVInkleman. Venice. III..
eH"i.ri h!ii be"l 1 crKU nfTer from catarrh
tor many years I have tried all forma of rcm
J?n' r f"?iA E1 Inany Pnyldans. and rt no
tfi'ji VPi" l , 'reatment with the Bl fnemle
armtltude which I ov - t or-'-r Powt'i for tab
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pe different tis-rocj of the body are made uo of
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arranged for the lack of proper nutriment tha
disease la the result, lly applying T the otomJ
nutriment to tie diseased cells, pert let nealoT
be obtained. All d .eases, no mlTur how chroSS
can be cured by bringing the cells back to theft
normal condition. Doctor Powell's m rT-iii
S'SSfn?, "Wthle nor ho'meoS hm t
il asrratn,t?t drted at the diseased cells of
Those Living at a Distance.
renins living at a distance ar rffliMifi
write, dccrlbinr lymptra. "7 thelrJSJ l?dU
literature and gle adlce free of charge.
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WATER FILLED HIS BOAT.
Lone Fifhciman in Dory Is Driven
Ljnn. Mass , March 7 A. man was pacing
the sea wall at the foot of Klnjr street and
Gre stone Park, enjojlns the fine 'ew of
the storm surf. hen he saw, bejond the
outer lines of bach surf. a. solitary boat
driving shoreward. From time to time he
fancied that cries cf dtstresp had come out
of the Etorm aril mist, and the sight of
this Ionel ojager made him concentrate
his attention upon it.
He socn made out that the boat was oc
cupied bj only one man and that It ap
peared to be hurried toward the sand, not
by any movement of the occupant, but at
the wild Impulse of the tumbling surf The
man now win him. and waved his arm,
with a cr for assistance. It wa but a
few minutes -stork for the high surf to
carry the boat Into the roaring backwash,
hlg-h up on the hard sand, and the man
tumbled rather than walked out.
Securing- the dory to the Iron 6talr rail
nt this point, the stranger iwas assisted up
the stairs and to the drug store.
xiis w& one or ten aones which put out
to set trawls from the schooner La,
which had berthed somewhere off Mlnot's
IJght. The gale and snowstorm coming up,
he was unable to find the vcsel, and was
Anally blown before the gale for seven
In the very rough and high sea which
soon prevailed, he lost one after another
all of his octs, and when on the outer side
of Egg- Rock found himself drifting help
lessly before it. Between the rock nnd
the Lynn bench the boat filled three time3.
but each time the water was dashed out
again, and through it all the three tranl
tubs and several fish remained In the dory.
HEALTH REPORT FOR WEEK.
Small Mortality in Local Diseases,
Five caes of smallpox were reported at
the Health Department, with no deaths,
last week. Eighteen cases of diphtheria
were reported, with 5 deaths; croup, 2 cases,
1 death; scarlatina, 53 cases, no deaths, tv
phold fever. 28 cases, 5 deaths; measles, JS
cases. 2 deaths; whooping cough, 8 cases. 3
There were 32 cases of consumption and
KS1 Florissant, two-story
I F. HotTmeyer.
b-lck flats. JS.7SO
J. Ogden Armour, KM and 1CI North Broad
way, two-story brick building to be used as
cooler and mable: tW.COO.
Arsryla Heal Estate Company, 1100 Choufau.
build brick addition and alter building, Jo be
used as store and dwelling; C.KX).
H N". Marx, 60TJ -eatmlntter.. one and cne-half-story
brtcfc reside: jliOOO.
Transit Comatanr' February Eaurnlaara
Aceorainr to a siaiemeni issued yesterday by
rrank R fienry, auditor of tha St. Loots Transit
Company, tbe srroas earning of the company
for February were l"6.ec as against KU) 4u
for the tm month in IMS. This ssows a gain
of CMHt. TJhetotalgaln for 1S0J over tbe same
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REFUNDED by next mail. ,
Orders for Arizona. California. Colorado. Idaho. Montana, Nevada. New MaxIco.
Oreiron. Utah Wahlngton or Wyoming must be on a hasH of 4 Quarts for 4,Ot
by Express Prepaid, or -0 Quarts for SHJ.OO by Freight Prepaid.
The Hayner Distilling Company,
305-307 S. 7th St., St. Loais. Uo. Both Pbmes: Kioloeh B-146, Bell Main 4157. MU$
Offices and Shipping Depots also at Dayton. Ohio, St. Paul, Minn., and At
lanta. Ga. Distillery at Troy, Ohio. Established 18C0.
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