Newspaper Page Text
THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY
MINISTER SETS EXAMPLE IN MAKING
ATHLETES OF THE BOYS IN
T li I s lianiWoint
Iron li d. like cut,
1 ra-3 1 all txtind
Ing ncros liesii
and fool boirds;
C i oatH best en 1111
ul,Il formcilv sold
for tT Sale I'rke.
610-612 Washington Av., Opp. Lindell Hotel.
llitntlsomru rolMinl OoWfn Oak
i.i... cat rr.n-h I'attern
dale mirror it 2l-Sale 1'rlce
.i. jBiMA JHb- vrfMtfci&H.
20. 1903. Y
b gii 1 -mmm
s&mmiim0&L. h&3gg$md &&z i
Ranges, vi ere former- tt lH
ij l?avorite Gas Ranges, I miSS
were former y 3'-2,
cut to "
4 , ., 1 . . . a ,.. .. -. . 1 t . . . ' " " '
! ---s " W (i. III Jl c-S. i vX iv
Cr.milo IiiKi.un ('.li'ii'is,
VVi'lc -7n- i ut tn,
Ilt'.'iv I iiinii lii-4i.nn
('.Itpi'ts. vi it- l.ii ml
to. HT v.ml . . . .
Pil'ssld, Kiu;-. ;.1'J1
.11 . ..1 it
sir. mi nit tn Swsj.
Wiliun'i i-lii't ISii-js, f f n
.lIL vvif'slTLUU fl
cut t. $!;1t
Sni.vrii.i Iltis. 'ivJ::,
Wool lillcil. C'.ll.l sll,
mil lillcil. c'.ll.l sun, ; n j.
lllitlillll C.ttllflsi, WK'l! t rlP
70i-uit tn, per ..l!(l .TU
lit 1(1 . ..
n ntc?- -sv .
i l" lMfI " X v
1 ' JW'M t . "-X
f it L v SS
A 1 .fl . ! ! It ' "- -t' !' ' ' ' '
Fastor ot the King's Highway Cumberlan I
One of the few ministers In St l-uuls who
believes In th- advancement of all klt-iis of
nthletic il'orts is the Ileverend Columbus
Polk Goodsoi. pistor of the Klnf's High
way Cumberland Piesbvterlan Church, at
Kirs's highway and C.'binno avenue
31r Goodson has not been Ions in St.
Louis, but has m ulc friends of all the joung
men in his neighborhood by his active in
terest in their -welfare.
One of the first things Mr. Goodson did
after becoming pastor of this church -was to
establish a bors' club. It is called the
Kins' Highway Boys Club and no? has
thlrtj-Fao members. Tilth the prospect of
Mr. Goodson takes an active interest in
all athletic 5-ports pnd encourages them
fmm hi- pulpit. He ias formerly nn ath
lt and has a good record at scleral col
lfses. especially nt Columbia University.
When interviewed by si Republic reporter
he was playing a same of croquet In the
back vard of his home and making plans
for the fishing expedition on which he was
to take the rlub Ihe nxt day.
Thursdav he took about twenty-flvo bos
to Ci-cvc Coeur Lake and a pleasrant time
In the neat fultire Mr. Goodson Intends to
convert the basement of his church into a
line svimnilng pool and gymnasium. Ho
think that swimming Is one of the best ot
oporis and Ielre3 all members of the club
to learn how to swim.
To-morrow a mowing contest is to be held
HOW THE PIN INDIANS HAVE
THWARTED DAWES COMilSSIO
Announcement That lis AVork Probably Must lie Gone Over Again
' Believed to Be Due Principally to Obstructionary Alutlimis of
Secret Order of Eed Men Who Hare Resisted Even- Step of ihe
March of Civilization .and Remain To-Day Savag, .-ulin aiitl
REPUBLIC SITX-l I-
Muscogee. I. T.. July 2j The announce
ment from Washington that 76.000 Cherokee
deeds to allotments, made arbitrarilv.
would.be issued in October, subject to nine
months' provision for contests. Is the final
tcp in the dissolution of the last branch
of the Pin Indians, or Keetoowahs, a secret
order that has fought the progress of civili
zation In the United States everv- step of
the waj from the Alleghanles west.
The simultaneous announcement thit the
work of the Dawes Commission would
have to be gone over again. In all prob
ability, owlnr to the seemingly interminable
entanglements of the enrollment, the fraud
ulent entries and obstacles placed In th
waj. of the commission bv the full-bloods,
who hive ail along opposed the allotments
and abrogation of tribal government. Is ev
idence of the formidable obstructive power
ot this society, even on the verge of Its
Sore muscles, aching bones,
neuralgia, extreme debility, and
great depression all due , to
malarial poisoning. The cure is
prompt and never-failing with
Malaria and Ague Cure
As a sure ' preventive, take
one or two doses each day.
Not an unfavorable symptom
follows its use.
60 centi a bottle.
Soli ky intfttt It M ytin.
PrPabteiion Chuicli. who tikes rn active
on the front lawn of the chuicli The lawn
is a spacious one and Is in aeed of hiving
the grass cut. All members of the club will
bo permitted to enter the contest
Each contestant will receive three trial
and the one mowing the btraightot row will
secure a vain ible prize from .ur. Goodson n
The liwn Is to be converted Into a basket
ball ground. It will be Inclosed Lv a high
fenc-.. and this fall the bojs will liav
basket I ill in front of the churcu.
A baseball team was organized early In
the reason and several games were pivcd
Mr. Goodson is the coach of the team il"
hlnvelf having formerlv b"en a baseball
plaver at Columbia Universltj.
The captain of the team Is Delbert Kmpp.
Several weeks ago practice was discontin
ued on account of the hot weather, ard
since that time the members havojlovoled
their time to other sports not requiring so
Besides a basket-ball team this fall the
club will nlo have a football team.
At to tne management of the rluh M.
Goodson is the director general, a special
office created for him. Ti.e club, which was
organized several months ago. now has a
membership of thlrtj-flvo bojs and jouie
men, rarglrg in age from 10 tn IS jcii
New members are bclng'vtakcn In ct each
meeting or ine cuid
The club holds its meeting even tv o
wteks In the pastor's study on the secniMl
floor of the church. .Th" bovs are allowed
to do almost as thev plea-,, at tlieep meet
ings, although thv arc not allowed to be
The present ofFccrs of the club are: Cal
vin Griffith president: Dslbert Knipp. vice
president: William McKIm, seeretar., and
Earl Salsburj, treasurer.
The club has adopted a constitution and
by-laws, and to remain membprs of the cluh
must live up to these liws, although xlity
are not at all strict.
All members of the club pay dues 10 cents
The Pin Indians have been known in the
last hundred .ears by various names. They
composed the antltrcaty party in 3S35, v. hen
the laws providing for the removal oi the
scattered tribes to Western reservations v,ts
The Pins, orKeetoowahs. had to be tik.cn
bv an armv. The progressive fiiii-olnod-wno
Tierefor the advancement of th race
went peacefullj and willinslv. But it took
soldiers to transplant the Pin
After the removal to the West the Kei -toowahs
concentmed their wotk and have
used everv strategj known to the cnnniiu
of the aborigine to letard the march of
civilization and to thwart the plans of the
Government for the Improvement of the
. When Uncle Sam decided to trv to teach
the red man to farm rnd acquaint him with
the wavs ot modern industrial inetiiods, he
found the Pin sulkv- and threatening.
v hen a supply of wagons and lam im
plements was Issued the Pin tool his
chopped it to pieces and made a bnnn.. hy
which the members danced the wild war
When seed for planting was shipped to
Mii. ij J. C. AYER CO., Lowell, Huu
. i1i 'in.t Thl-. Is in .1 npne"ll ftmi
i vhli h is t' cd to Iriv articles nec-ss iry tor
? -he atMetio org m'z itioi.s A due of 5
! -nts Is placed upon i n-ribe- if he !. aJ
tsint fniia the regular iTe:i: X
1 mkmbhiiship inci:i:asi:.s
Trp mimbervlnii cf the club is ,liv dod
Into two elrsscr. irttve and asoci-ite nin
lirs Active maribeis ire tiose oeuiriji'ii
!tn Mr Unodsot . bundbv hool and a"
.iate mimbers are tlio-f v ho belong to
some other ada;. sc'iojI oi do not tielo.ij
i to an at all
f At ill i" inenibTs are allov cd to vo'e t-poi
J nil questions wlich lone liefore the met l
tlrg Associate nieinbfs ate pot. Thev
iCEiuiot vole at the i lection of officers, but
Tc.iu vote on ..II other questions All ot-
'ie-s in 1st tn; menibci. of Mr. Good-jon s
Mr Goodson is verv p-ipular with the
Imivs, ai'd ilurl-g tiie Hummer win no' i spe
cial niietings fa them. I-ast Suudaj even
ing one was Hid In-lead of the regular
Stindiv evening services The sermon vias
espi-ciilli foi the bovs.
"Mr Goodson" j subject was How to Mai:
the ict.t of Our Lave" "" A large number of
the bovs wtie ptescnt at the meeting Mr.
Goodson 11 Inks that this Is a good pltn to
t et the bojs to attend church, mid cxptcts
to keep il up
At thes meetings members of the club
are appointed aa usheis. t,veral of the
boys are fine soloists, and they will u'ng at
il"s. special meetings
fclnce Mr. Goodson has been taking swti
nn active Interest in the welfare of tle
voung inn the membership of his ch'irch
Ins. alnio-t doubled I.irge congregation"
are pit -em at each service. Mr Goodson
thinks the most gratifvlng part of it is
thit o many ot the boys attend th regu
Mr Goodson Is confident tint he Is keep
ing in inv of the bovs awav from plai es
v here Inllutnees are harmful
Hi provi(!s some sort of amusement for
the membrs of the club nearly ivcrj week
II is eith! a trolley ride, an excursiin. a
ricak, lawn partv or a tishing .peditnn.
loiter in the sea-son Mr. Goodson will
take the bojs on a camping expedition.
The place has not jet been "elected, but
Mr Uoodson is looking for a pi ice where
there is plentv rf w-ter in whlih to faWim.
15 fall it is expected that the membership
of the dub v.IU be increased to tlfty or
mint members TMs vvill Iticluile most of
the bovs living In the v iclnltj of the c miri.li.
This v inter Mi. Goouon eAPects to iiavy
omo verv pleasint times with the bojs.
In live car Mr Goodson expet ts to hi.'e
the nncM set of bojs In St lands; tint is.
if he is permitted to remain wheie he is at
the prestnt time
When r'ked If the members of the chur-h
objected to his liking such an active in
terest in athletics. .Mr. Goodson said.
"As far as I know, thev do not. I will
cither nuke the thing a suictsb or I will
tl e tiibnl pests, the Pin rcfu-ed to take the
grain until con'pcl'ed, aril tt in he threw it
irto the strear-s as an offcilns to the fish
he had worshiped for thoaoinds of jears.
When rations vvEie Issued and unloaded at
l! e door of the Kctoowih. he exchanged
them lor whiskv to seme sh?ik Tadcr. who
often. vvlthaBallon of lire-water, could buv
a thousand dollars' worth ot bacon and
n-e-water Is the only perqui-Re of civili
zation tl at has found a welcome anions the
DK1XKS rinn-WATKK BECAUSE
IT JIAKliS HIM iiaii: HAKli:it.
It is tl.c only thing for whiiu ho has ex
hibited a disposition to sacrifice even a mltc
of his -savage inheritance
The Pin like", llrc-vvatei bccvjse !t ditl'IIs
and concentrates the beast in him. It ir
ables him to hate the white mm with a
more iierj energy. It adds luiidness to the
The more he drank of whisky the more
dining li" t-iLMtnr in mi Kilitil and oppos.
t Inn cf the paleface. lie would ev"n ttil
b's lion for a quart of ttie stuff. With the
Pin the cr.i7e for whisky was not fclaviy
j In apiit tlte It was h.s aiiitte to h's
I h itred of the white man and his w ijs. lie
i would have given up ri- tquavv and bis
HouKet i aro en hts nu l'lii gioiiud, fcr
it. it th- Government had not prohibited,
ui'der heitv penalty, the s-i,.. of th" Hi n r
j He would have done till In t'li' hop that
I Its delirious inspi atlnn i.o i furnish him
some method of otening for summar le-
vciige on the white race.
When th" Dawes Comnutlim ope.i"d an
otliie at Ifuiuh. 1 T 'n .lai, IK" 1 t .Take
a llnal roll of the Chcroki , not a Pin up
pe ired. He could not be induced to Lome.
UIlhTlSCCTI-D AND THWAKTUD
DAWES COMMISSION'S WOHK.
He not only nfuscd to com", but mil
meetings and infused new 'ife .nto 'lis iii'it
against allotment. In the three months that
the otrue v.as kept ocn at Bunch net
one of the Kctoowahs appeared and not one
of them could be found within an Inui s
ride ot the village.
In September,.! fter the patience of the red
oral onioials h id bt en e.liau"ted. p orct of
Dcputv Marshals was sent out and ncirly a
hundred or the Pins were arrested and
thrown into Jill.
111? wire told that unless thev enrolled
thev would be kept In pr!on. their 1 air
thavid on and their plumes and blankets
binned. They flnallv In and were re
leased, but went out and Immediatcl began
to as-st the others who had not been
Marshals who scoured the country In
reiich ot the heads of families often found
at the door of a tepee a force of bucks with
drawn (,11ns .malting thim ind weie forced
to ntlre to avoid bloodshed
Meetings were held throughout the nation
and every corceivable scheme was Invented
to thwart the enrollment. False entries
wero presented; rightful names were with
held, and In various was the work of the
Dawes Commission was brought to naught
a-i fa 1 as ihe reliability of the enrollment
and allotment was concerned.
'lhatjs whv the provisional nine months
in the issuance of deeds is allowed and 'nat
li whv the announcement that the work of
the Dawes Commission will probably have
to be gone ov cr again has been made.
PINS ORIGIN-' 1 A DIRECTED
WAUFAKB OK 1 HE CHEnOKEsS
To block aril annul the moves uf civiliza
tion vva not the pilmarv object of the Pin
Indians, or the Keetoowalls. In the eirly
history of the country, the Chcrokees were
a wail.kc nnd predatory nation. They
preyed on the Mohawks, Senecas. Dela
viares and othti Northern tribes through
the plof of the KeetoonaliH. When the In
dim became !-o scarce that there was no
further room for internecine strif- nnd de
stiuctlon among them, the Keetoownhs con-ce-if-ated
the torccs of the order and made
the white man the common enemv.
Ver little Is Known of th" Inner nracL'ces
.ml regulations or the order. It Is known
that the regulaticns for the punls-imtnt of
murder lonsistwl of a plij.paed on the Ide 1
of .1 citv of refuge for tne guilty, which. If
one ts.iched, protected l.lm from punish
ment. Ihere were si, of thec cities when
the Chcro'iu a made the mountains of Tcn-nc-ce
the Metca f hope for a future burn
ing gr.nind. It was instant deathto be
(Tight for murder, but to reach onv of th-se
cities of refuse was ab?oIute safety.,
Above Ranges liavc I burners, lG-iuch
ovcus anil broilers.
We have only a few Ideil Gas Ranges
with four burners and
lG-.nch oven; will close
their, out at ?3.l
VU Cns ItaiiKPt correclrd to anj flour frre
Posit ion.of ("oinniaiidinj,' Gt'iier.il'oi-
Willi I)is.tiniiis,lR'd Holiiirs "
f-ral S. y,. P.. Young, as Chief
All Annv Oidci..
- r U Vi1JjMSV.ii21MUM.?i'2t'JCyi J
ta -J 3WewlIie3SI &&&
S & rl.YOZrfG
witiTTnN- ron Tin: su.vday hbpuulic
On AiiRUst 13. tin-' latc on which the order
of ecictarj' of War Hoot assigning U i
tenant Genetal P M. 1!. Vuunj; .is Chief ct
Staff of the Oenerjl Army Corts will bo
into effect, the ofllce of commandinR Gen
eral of the Armv will ra" InloJiHtory with
the illustrious mrn VTho have, from the hc
ginnlns. held that hlsli po-lt'on.
The rrcent enactment under which the
army Till In the future be goverred makei
Ihe Chief of Staff an all-powerful person,
clvinp l.'m the authontv eerci"ed by tin
commardins GenTal under the old law and
the power heretofore vested In the Adjufint
The Chief ot Staff will direct the issu
ance of all order to I lie army and tatt
bureaus: he will have stupci vision of the
troops of the line, and will diiect luilitiry
It is stated that lie will bo the mo;t pow
erful otlicei th.it ever held .1 position In the
aimv In lime of pprif
This li In marked contrast to the limited
powerp enjoved by the comm.indli.K General
( f the arm) In je irs rouc by and the annn.
alous position Ik Id bj Iilm.
Tin- comm.indliiR General was frcqucntlj
In eonlliu of authority with the hecretary
Notable itibtanees of this condition of af
fairs obtainid dtirins the inniinbencv of
General Sherman and Lieutenant Gencr.il
During the 120 vctr". dating from I7d.1.
when Washington resigiied his (.omniind
of the Continental Armv. the position ot
comma"ding General has been held by onlv
four officers who had the full rank 01 Gen
eral Thev- were Washington, Grant, Sherm in
Schoneld and Jllles. their Immediate suc
cessors, were Lieutenants General, while
Knox. Ft Clair, Wajne. Hamilton. Dc.11
born. Brown, Macomb, Scott, McCJellan and
Halleck were Majors General. Wilkinson
was a Brigadier General, while HarmeT was
a Lieutenant Colonel of Infantry, with the
brevet rank 01 Brigadier General.
Without exception all saw service, In at
leant one of the wars in which this fountry
engaged. and all came out of the army with
reputations ot honesty and records for
When peace v.ai declared In 17S.1. Wash
ington resUnd the command of the Con
Brevet Brigadier General Joslah Harmer
commanded the nrray from September, 1731,
to- March 4, 1791.
He was succeeded by Major General
Arthur St. Clair. Governor of the North
west Territory. One J.ear later Major Gen
eral Anthony Wayne, better known as
"Mad Anthonv," an affectionate appellation
of his soldiers, became the commanding
WASHINGTON- AS CHIHr.
After tly death of General Wajne, the
command was assumed by Brigadier Gen
eral Jamea Wilkinson. December 15. 179S
The army nt that time consisted of -4 COO
men. In 17S8. when war with France seemed
inevitable, Washington was taken from re
tirement at Mount Vernon to command the
army that had been increased to 51 COO men.
His rank was, Lieutenint General, but bv
an act of Coflgress March 2, 17M, It was
pbollshed and the commanding officer was
designated "General of the Army of the
L nited States " Washington died Decem
bei 14. 179?. and Majo- General Alexander
Hamilton becajno senior officer of the
I'rom ISP. to 1S2. during which time the
army was tinder the commard of Major
General Jacob Brown, the country passed
through a comparatively uneventful and
peaceful period. Althoueh of Quaker par
entage. General Brown was a born soldier
and his career a brilliant one.
Soon after the uutbieaL of the War of
T.i!ii'stri Hi itssels C'.trii.'
Iinlit oliiis. v ii i
(ik'-i III lo, per .vml
Hi-st jii.iltt.v l!ntss(.'
rjijii't-. vi en- ll.'i
i nt to. pot .v.iiil.
Hi'tvy pile Whet C.n
pets, l.etllltiltll ebrs. ?lhp
won-si. .'5-1 tit to, jtl..UwU
.shall ill js, uete $J.;
nit In, per ,v:t:il.
Pnr?nJfiin EJfiiua JTnrnio
uuiimmz giiH.Gu 1 uitMOiiiiKOi
Fneclsl olfers that are
friends every neck. You
TWO ROOMS THi?EE
FURNISHED COMPLETE FURNISHED
Houscf ccplos for
Each outfit includes bedding, curtain, carpet? snd exerj thing needed
for the room OiV REDIT with very small payments to suit .1 our conven
ience. Come iO'mcrrow.
Wlf "JWFiXJifcuauMr'-flP't rAYVr
SOON TO ENTER
OF NEW OFFIGE.
tiiu Army Will Pass Into Ili-slory
lio Hae Held That I.ank Gpu
of Stafl, Will Direct Is-simiiiv of
1S12. Brown commanded a body of militia
laised to resist a threatened invasion of
Ni vv York State from C inadj.
lie was later saccessvpl5 ofercl com
mand in the rcculr.r aimv as Colonel, Brig
adier and lunlly as Major General, which
he was tlnadv irduccd to accept.
The next commanding Gcneril was Major
General Alexander Macomb, who succeeded
to the oince three morths afttr the death
of G-neral Brown. Tebruary 21. 1S2!
geni:hl scott's isirin.n3ii:NT
When the Civil W.11 brckt out in IS11I Gen
fral Scott. lMivv vvll advanced in Mars, w-as
still in (oai'iiaud On his retirement. No
vember 1 of that vear. Major General
George I! Mct'lcllan succeeded to the com
mand which he held until Jnlv 1WZ when
ho .Vfis followed by Major General Henry
M ijor General Giant. freh from vlelones
in the West, w is appointed bv President
Lincoln to mcceed J! illerk Man li 12. lSt-l
In IS69. when Grint was elected to the
preslin-i.c'v hi" rl lf lieuten int. L'eiitennnt
Gen'ral Willnm Teciimseh Sherman be
came (ommandlng nflieer General Sher
inn retired In ISS-t and vv is suci ended bv
anotner Civil War hero Lieuten mt General
riillip Shi rid ill On hU retFrement In ISli
the present incumbent. Lleutemnt General
Nelson Appleton Miles, bee ime the "om-mander-ln-Clilef
C E ClTrXIl.
FAULKNER CLAIMS PREJUDICE
AND WANTS CHANGE OF VENUE
'ormrr "Vlemlirr of Hie lloiisp, ( linrg;cil
lth I'rrjurj, Sajs He Cnn f.ct
Nn I'nlr Trlnl Here.
Juue DotigWs to-morrow will render his
decision on the motion for a change of
venue made bv Harry A. Faulkner, who Is
charged with perjurv.
The defense 3 esterdiiy morning, after sub
mitting as evidence a number of new spa
pi rs containing editorial comments and
news articles pertaining to boodle cases,
Introiuced Judge E. A. Noonan, former
Major; M. J. McGrath. Theodore Ashcroft.
Thomas J. Cahlll. John E. Motrin and
John Helnkel as witnesses to show that
prejudice (xist9 against persons charged
with rcrjury In connection with boodle scan
dals In St. Louis.
Each of the witnesses swore that they bc
licveJ It Impo-sltle for a defendant to get
a fair trial In the cltj.
It was the Intention of the defense to call
the editors of St. Louis newspapers) as wit
nesses, but Circuit Attorney Tolk agreed
that they would testify to facts as set forth
by I'aiiikrcr's counsel and no subpoenas
In reply to the contentions' of the defense
Circuit Attorney Folk submitted to the
court evidence that twenty-fojr men from
whom to -elect the Jury had been found
who had stated tint they could give Faulk
ner n fair and impartial trial. He did not
place any witnesses on the stand
Should Judge Douglas grant the motion
for a chinge of venue it would be neces
riry to send the ease to some county for
trial. In tint event much expense would
result fiom the transportation of so man
It would be necessary to tuke the $73 00
boodle money now in the Lincoln Trust
oafety deposit box to the place of tral.
This would require a strong guard.
"It would be a great temptation for such
mrn ai 'Bill' Kudnlph." said Attorney Howe
esterday. "Such Eiims are not oftcr ur
'ted around and there might be some
IliSmm Kmrs. lio.'ililiftil p.ittenis.
:il''. tulors v.-sr- Aft "Tcy
I.lllllll-VVlIt rj H
!, "li S.il- Pine $t5g i i?
Cliini .M.ittlei. a!' (.elors. 3 t
v.eie IS i ut 10, rl p
v.ml .. . . d5?3
Oilil l-uinhs (li'-lolli.
I 4 OK V
v.iilth up to "Oi'
v .11 ('.per .vanl
best S oli-'i n n ,
1 signs, v ere ? H P
t ttCJu f
u !r,n!rs u.s hundreds of
cannui buy ilw,:ocdj
n 6.'. Louts 'or tmce the
ROOMS 4-ROOiia FLAT
Kitchen. Dinlnz-Xoom. Bed
r03i ; .ifltf bltti iZ'Roam. (or
M.W.U'VWUBffCT'-gn II I II IMII
tviO-30iri WW I
To Ohlsag and Si Paul and Minneapolis.
Ticket Office: Olive and Eighth Streets.
W'M I III I IITTTrTr III' Ml""-' WssUHiHBWI
CALL FOR A CONVENTION.
Creek Nation Wants Restrictions
on Sale of Lands; Ifenioved.
Checotch. I. T July 2j At n meetlrg of
the" Checotah Commercial Club last night it
was decided to call a convention of dele
gates from ever' town and poet office m tha
Creek Nation, to meet here on Tuesday,
August 1. The purpose of the convention is
to s-tart .1 movement for the removal of all
lestnctions regarding tho sale and leasing
of Creek Indian lands.
Recent r vocation of rales governing the
disposal of land his practically suspended
business in the Creek Nation, and then" is
a clamor all over the nation for speedy te
lief VICAR GENERAL'S FUNERAL.
Hody Is Huried in Giniind: of Ur
suline foment at Arcadia, jIo-.
Mgr Miiehlsiepen, VIcnr General of the
Archdiocese of -St. I.ous. w-as buried ves
terday morning I11 the grounds of the I'rsu-
THE ESSENTIALS THAT
MAKE FOR YOUR INTEREST
We stick "closer than a broth
er" to quality and price. A low
price without good quality will
not satisfy your desires or needs
especially Piano needs.
The reliability of our Pianos
is unquestioned; the financial
backing of our guarantee is un
disputed, and it's a fact, not
overstated, we are in position to
offer you now high Piano qual
ity at a lower price than can be
had at other times and places.
Why? Store crowded with
rental Pianos returned from parties leaving city for sum
mer, from schools, convents and halls.
OUR SPECIAL DISCOUNTS
MAKE BUSY MONTHS OF JULY AND AUGUST, NORMALLY DULL.
USED UPRIGHT PIANOS, most nil good makes represented, to clear
out at nearly halt value-S85. 5100, $125, $150, $185 up. Payments to suit
I OUR SMALL PAYMENT PLAN HAKES PIANO BUYING EASY.
KKfJORST PIANO 00.,
fir S i I
k I I !
I t I
la. vn I
i Ik w l
tl I L2 H
tin c.n r-L-if Siaiw.l stand TabI" llk
m ninnir rntn i. stuufn
i'. tni mihiTim tojb 15x15.
virrth If W s.al I'rl-t
count 011 ail
frigerator cut to
Ilne Convent and Academy at Arcadia. Mo.
Mgr. MuehNiepen devoted a great part ot
his time to th upbuilJins of the Ursullr.o
Order, and it was his wish that he bo buried
near one of their institutions.
Before tho burial, which took place at 3
o'clock, a solemn high mass of requiem wa3
sung in the Ursullne Chapel.
The celebrant was the Reverend Father
John Muehlslepen and the deacon, the Re'--ereiul
Charles Muehlslepen. both nephews
of the Vlcir General. The subdencon wa3
the Reverend Father Noonan of Arcadia
and the sermon was preached by tho Rev
erend Father Nugent, C. M.. of Kenrlck
1 hluy priests from this citv- accompanied
tho bodv to Arcadia. Friday Nuns from
the local convent and tho one in Arcadia
attended the ma 1.
The sisters from the St. Louis convent
and the clergy returned to the city jester
tlav afternoon, reaching hero at 2.30 o'clock.
Father Goeke. secretary to Mgr. Muehl
sieren. rem'iined in Arcadia and will spend
a week with Father Firko before returning.
STmrkii Start Fire In Meadow.
Alhamhra. Ill . July 17 Sparks from .1
locomotive set fire to a meadow belonging
to J. V. Fearce jesterday and burned over
tnentv-tvvi) acres. Three big stacks of hay
eontalniug over twentj-flvc tons were de
trojfd. arid PRICE
Tliln Urn 11 1 1 fill Cabinet llrnnit
I'l-llio miiilc Jo nrll at .:'".'
! "'fc-lHU?.3 w T-ZU
?10 Down, T .Hon till..
5 ATre e
- - -- -s. IIT1-- ml m-J
914 OLIVE ST ST. LOUIS.
J -V!'S:-". s. wlv
-S- --. v
1 t J-.
- -&t n.