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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. OCTOBER 24.
This Will Just
Strike You Right
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INCREASE OF DIVORCE
DEPLORED BY BISHOPS.
I!!ho)i Hemic and Bishop of Toronto
Mori lulniateil IllicniIon Over
llcmnrrinsc of Divorcees.
Washington. Oct. 3. Arraignment of
the Increasing number of divorces and un
lawful jnarrtaccs In the United Elates
was the featuro of to-day's session of the
Tan-American Conference of Bishops.
Toe subject was Introduced by Bishop
IJane In a paper advocating closer cos
unaaco by the clmrch of what be de
clared was a distressing condition of af
fairs. As many of the Bishops have vary
ing views on the policy of the church re
garding the remarriage of divorced per
Eons. the discussion precipitated was an
animated one. The Bishop of Toronto
also read a paper on divorces.
Resolutions were addd dealing with the
Interrelation of the branches of tho An
The work of the church among the Indian-.
a discued by Bishop Hare of
South Dakota. Bishop Pinkham of Cal-Karj-
whose diocese lias a largo number
if i'bristian Indians, also read a paper
on thN fcubject. ,
It"olutlons regarding the work of the
ehur h among the Indians were Introduced
and lcierred to a committee for amend
ment. Remit of World's I'nlr.
Mr. Harrv L. Vnughan. representing the
Western Soda Fountain Company of Mil
waukee, states that his concern, appre
ciating the vast opportunities which will
result from the World's Fair, will enter
ihirterrltory with their onyx fountains.
Mr. Vauphan claims that the cooling
Gystem of his fountains Is far superior to
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alone has Increased the sale of his ap
paratus fully SO per cent. Mr. Vaugtan. Is
etopplns at the Llndeil Hotel.
WEDDIAG CACSES A SURPRISE.
Harrr Wilson of Mmyfleld sad MHi
Tcrrr of Woodvllle Married.
Paducah. Ky.. Oct. 3. Mr. Harry W1I
Kon of Mayflcld. Ky., and Miss EatUe
Terry of Woodvllle, Tenzu were married
here this afternoon.
The bride has been visitlnc Miss May
Hajcs for ecral days. She Is a member
of a prominent West Tennessee family.
The wedding was a surprise.
Eransrine. Infl . Oct. 3 The marrts of
Mies Orpha Caldnrl! and Mr Grorre R. O-ctrr
took flace this afternoon at the home of the
bride's parents at Uoonrllle. Ind.
Iddocla. Mo . Oct. a-ar Euncel Sif
baiKh or Kinus Cltr and Miss Lena True of
Jjatldonli nrcre married last evenlDC at ti
Wi e of th bride's parents.
IKnlrun. 1'x . Oct n Mr. II. Darts and
M tmira llorrison were tnarrled jesterday.
OLInli'imn Conilcts Cost ?11 ,022.-13.
Guthrie, Ok.. Oct. 2. The quarterly re
port of C B. Jewett, warden at the'Kan
ras Penitentiary, for the quarter endlnc
September V. was received by Auditor
Aecordlng to the report there were con
fined at the close of tho last quarter S2S
tcriltorial prisonera Thero wero four
prlsoncs received during the quarter.
Total number of prisoners confined during
quarter. 330 Tldrty-four prisoners wero
discharged, fno died in the hospital and
one escaped, leaving the total number of
prisoners still In confinement 732.
T!-e recapltuIaUon shows there were 21,731
das ri 35 and 40 cents per day; clothing
-furnished on discharge amounting to I3W;
eVii tunneled $170, total account, $11.-
To MiaLe OS Coffee and SIckneis.
It Is easy to shake off coffee, no matter
how bad one may cravo It, when well
made I'ostum Coffee Is served In Its place.
"I have drunk coffee for years and al
wavs experienced troublo from It." says a
Kansan. "I knew It was causing my sick
ness as my doctor told me It was, and
following the doctor's advice I have re
peatedly snorn off. But after a short
time I could not stand It any lonner and
would go back to coffee and the old
troubles. Xe-er until I tried Potum.
about a year ago. could 1 shut off the
coffee for anv length of time.
"At that time 1 was suffering terribly
from stomach trouble, nervousness, head
aches and ail the other Ills that go with
a badly uj.t.ct coffee stomach. 1 am a
school teacher and If I made mv coffee
strong enough to stimulate my stomach I
could work line for a time, but would col
TKK: at night Gradually I failed to get
rcnulal!(.ii from the coffee and my brain
f-cemed actually clogged up from drinking
coffee and my stomach was in a wTCtched
"A friend came to see mo and advised
that I try Postum and then went out and
got mo a package, she was so certain It
would help me. But my landlady did not
make It right and I was to disappointed
with the taste that I went back to coffee.
My health finally got so bad I was on the
point of gitlng up school work. Then
my friend returned to see me one day and
asked about the Postum. and when she
found out what the trouble was she
mde It for me according to directions,
boiling It fully IS minutes, and to my sur
priFr I found it delicious.
"Then I fhut off th coffee and found
It easy to do by drinking Postum In Its
l4ace. h:ch completely satisfied any cof
fee taste and I began to feel letter almost
lmmcdiatel. I have used Postum ever
since and mv stomach has not jrfven me
a minute' trouble I am now strong
agsin. my nerves are steady and normal,
and I feel so fine I cannot begin to tell
jcu how thankful I am.
"I persuaded my brother, who was an
lnterate coffee drinker for ear. to give
tnwbe coffee and try Postum. and he has
Wff- sbrh crand results from this that he
xafX he will never go luck to coffee.
Wlfn I went home on a visit to my par
ents I rr,uadttl them to use Postum In
the t"tt f coffe, and the results have
be3T that mother's nervousness and slecp
lessncT hav disappeared." Name given
by Portum Co.. Battle Creek. Mich.
Look In '-ach packase for a copv of the
ramons mile uook. - rne itoaa to wen
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MOST UNIQUE OF WORLD'S FAIR EXHIBIT
BUILDING ENTRANCES NEAR COMPLETION.
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Most recent view of the main entranco of the MIium and MeLilIurgy building, showing Its neirt ess to completion It U
In the center of the north facade and faces on the Sunitn Garden This portal Is one of the most original and artistic ever
designed for an exhibit buildinjr at on exposition Its rtn"- are a departure from what Is usually teen In thi.i class of build
ing The obelIsk: and great ball over the entrance, with thtir weird d"coraUve feature, anil th- gutral shape, are distinct
ive features of the "new nrt " Probably no slr.glf .ir-l.uc-iural feature on tho pro inds wjI! atra t more attention. The
Mines and Metallurgy building was designed b Ar hit.- t Theodore Link of S' Loul
Elaborate Programme Arranged
for Celebration at World's
FEATURE WILL BE PARADE.
Officers of Secret Society Organi
zations Expect There Will lie
oO.OOO Persons to Witness
Officers of the Temple of rraternlty at
the World's Fair estimate that fully SM0O
persons will attend the dedication exer
cises of their building this afternoon. Ac
ceptances have been received from all fra
ternal organizations In St. Louis and
towns within a radius of 10) miles.
An elaborate programme has been ar
ranged, which Includes a procession. It
will form, at Union avenue and Forest
Park and march to tho rraternal build
injr site. There speeches will be made by
World's Fair officials and prominent
members of fraternal organizations.
There will be a fisr raising and music
by numerous bands. Xoah M Given.
president of tho World's Pair Fraternal
Building Association, will deliver the ad
dress of welcome. He will be followed by
President rx B, Francis, who will respond
on behalf the Exposition.
At li the parade will move. Its line
cf march Is through Forest Park to the
parade entrance to tho Fair Grounds;
through the main avenue of the Exposition
to the west end of Machinery Hall;
thence south to Temple H1U. where it will
pass the reviewing stand.
Women connected with the organizations
consisting exclusively of women will as
semble on tho area Just west of Sklnker
road, near the Mexican building. Headed
by a platoon of Jeftetsun Uua.ds, they will
fnarcnto tho Frattnilty bubding before
tho arrival of the main procession.
All women desiring to participate must
assemble at 1:W p. m. and wear badges or
colors of their organizations. Tnj deco
rations will admit them into the grounds
In the ctcnt of rain, tho exercises will
be held In the Electricity building.
The order of formation of the parade Is:
Grand Marshal J I Martin with Ills eh.r
of ttalT. aids on grand manual sum. no
escort. Temple band under Joel tiac
Hoard of Inrectors World's fair Kratrtnii T.t
soaatlon. Mlteourl Fraternal tocsRu. v ti
btreetor. marshal. Ancient Oraer of L'nlted
Vtirkmen. Thomas s-and-ra. msrsnal Knicau
or Honor. v. it. Wr.Cht. marshal. Itajal Ar
canum, t II Macon, marsaal, supreCM mand
otneers suburdlnate rounclla. ltosal L-asu.
John Weerts. marshal. Knights 01 the Macca
liee. n-A. Sommers. marthal. National Union.
I-uke Evans, marshal. Modern Woodmen r
America. J tv Dellart. marshal. Iiclon of
Honor. C. 6. Fisher marshal. Protected Home
tS,'.iola,.rL J4?.n. marshal, order Mutual
rrotoctlon John Hann. marshal. Woodmen of
the World. Kobert Wiley, marshal. Knuthts
Jd Ladle or tecurit. si H Herbeson. mar
M: 't5. :' 'if '"" - Market, mar
shal. United commercial Travelers. T L
Johnson, marshal. Junior Order Lnlted Amer
ican Mechanic A 1) llrtr ....-....
I lumWan Knlchts. John W ilntr marshal:
pvereinlrter Deutcher Order. J scblfm mar
shal, l-raiernaj nynle circle, w Wilson; mar
shal. Foresters and K-d Men: United Sons of
America. Cyrus W. Miller, marshal. "
to jldge"fiii;it axd CRAIX.
County Graireri Selected to Pais on
World's Fnlr Exhibit.
Edward Boschert. C. R. MaUon and J.
R. Uayden of St. Charles County have
been appointed Judges of the grain and
fruit show to be held at Clayton Novem
ber 3). for the purpose of selecting an ex
hibit for the World's Fair.
The exhibit will be under the auspices
of the State Board of Agriculture. About
1.009 In premiums will be awarded to the
successful competitors, whose exhibits
will then be turned over to the Missouri.
World's Fair Commission.
The Judges were selected from St
Charles County to avoid any charge of
local oreludlce that might be made. At 1-
similar exhibit to be held In St. Charles
County luilges from St. Ixmls County will
The premiums offered are for corn,
wheat, rye. oats, tiarley. Irish potatoes,
sweet potatoes, apple?, pear., pumpkins,
seeds and nuts.
ITALIANS lit nil AT VtOHK.
SIsjnor Urnnrbt Will Come to M.
l.ouls to Look After Details.
Heme. Oct. H-The royal commls!on
appointed to provide for Italy's participa
tion In the St. Louis Universal Exposition
Is meeting here dallt. It has beer, de
cided that SIgnor Uronchl. the Italian
Consul General t New York, who is now
hero as a member of the commission,
shall sail lor New York on November -On
his arrival In the United Stales he
will go dlrct to St. I.ou!3 and arrange
the Italian section.
Meantime, the Italian Ambassador to
the United States. S'gnor Mayor des
Planchts. who Is also here, will v-jslt the
principai Italian towns and will explain
to all th chambers of commerce the 1m
lrtance of the exhibition and .the ad
antages which Ital an producers .will
gain by living well n presented. The Am-,
lasador is vi ry 4 nthuslatic o er the
Exposition and trusts he will ly able to
arrange f"r a display which will be a
credit to Italy.
CENTHAI. ASimtirA'V ETUII1IT.
Commlsalonrr Clinndler Iteports
Jinny Slntcs 1VIII linn- Exhibits.
John Pice Chandler, World's Fair Com
missioner to Central America and several
of the West India countries and cotonlec,
returned to St. Louis after an extended
tour of exploitation In his territory.
He brings positive assurance that not
only Nicaragua, but Guatamala. Hon
duras and Salvador will jarticlpatr. He
bellvs Costa ltlca will make a display.
Hayl and San Domingo will each have a
creditable exhibit. Itritkeh Honduras, the
Bahamas and Jamaca are arranging with
the homo Government to maku exhibits
of their resources.
The exhibit of Honduras will bo especial
ly One. It will include mahogany, cedar,
log wood, and other valuable forest pro
ducts, specimens of fruit and rncdic:na!
plants. Several of the cities of Hundu as
will show the manufacture) of pita flhr-
hammocks. Panama hats, tobacco, tigars
and cigarettes They will also have dis
plays of minerals and precious stones.
rilAXCE MAKES PKEPArtVrlONS.
St. Loots Men Appointed on an
New York. Oct. ZL France Is making
great preparations for Its participation In
the Universal Exposition at St. Louis next
The French Minister of Commerce has
Just appointed an American commission
of the French section. This commission,
which will be under the presidency of
Jame3 II. Hide, includes II H. Harrl
man. George J. Gould and Melville E.
Stone of Nw York: James Deering and
William l: Harper of Chicago. Henry
Car hard of Paris, and Pierre Chouteau.
Alex I)u Menll iiid D.miei it Nugent of
St. I-oul tlvncral Horace Porter. Amer
ican Ambassador to France, has accepted
the n.Miln of honorary pnesidenl of this
Italians Will Assist Manner.
Home. Oct M. The Italian Minister to
Abyssinia, Major Clco I1 Cola, has been
Instructed to aidst United States Consul
Skinner of Marseilles. France. In earning
out the lalter's mission to King Menclik.
one of tho oblects of which is to Invite
the King to visit the St. Louis Universal
Exposition and to provide for an Abjs
DOCTOn WILLIAM It. MeMAIION.
nransvllle. Ind.. Oct. S.-Doctor William K.
MeMahon. chief surgeon of the Southern Kall
roftd. and m of the most prominent Repub
licans In Southern Indiana, died at Iluntlns
buig. Ind.. to-nifht. from a stroke of apop
lexy, sustained this morning:. He was a Lieu
tenant In the Union Army during the Civil
War. He was president of tho Huntfnsburs;
Hank, was foin-rl)r a trustee In tho Southern
Indiana Insane Hc-pttal and served as chair
nn of the Republican parts in the Second
IHstrlct several vears He Is survived by a
wife and six children.
Guthrie. Ok.. Oct. 3. The Antl-Horse-Tblef
Association, in session at Watonga.
Ok., adjourned tonlay after selecting
Guthrie as the next meeting place of the
association. The election of officers re
sulted as follows: Pre; Went. J. A. Kirk
wood. Guthrie, vice president. Benjamin
Young. Brlstow. I. T : secretary. C C
Llstum. Edmcnd. treasurer. J. M. Little
Annual reports submitted showed mem
bership In Oklahoma to be nearly 10.UOO.
with CI lodges. One hundred and one
lodges were organized within last year.
Government Will Look After
Comfort of Inhabitants Who
Visit World's Fair.
FIRST TO TAKE THIS STEP.
Usaburo Otsnka Will Provide Ills
Countrymen With Interpre
ters, Guides and Infor
mation About Grounds
The Japanese Government will look aft
er the comfort of Its people who l!t the
World's Fair next ear. It will see that
they havo good accommodations, accord
ing to their means and station, and will
furnish Interpreters, guides and Informa
tion men who will put them on tho right
track to seo the Exposition and make
their stay In St. Louis agreeable.
Usaburo Otsuka of Osaka. Japan, has
como to St. Louis to organize this work.
He will represent his Government hero
during the Exposition, and wilt be at
tached to the Imperial Japanese Commis
sion. He Is stopping with the commission
at its local residence. No. 6KS Maple
As far as Is known no other foreign
Government has undertaken to muke pro
vision for the comfort of Its citizens who
will Is!t tho World's Fair. The Idea Is a
novel one. and Illustrates the Interest
Japan Is taking In the Exposition, and Its
eagerness to bate its citizens get all they
can out of It.
Mr. Otsuka says he will look after the
visitors from Japan, securing for them
hotel accommodations and furnishing In
formation regarding the Exposition and
tho city generally. This service, he says,
will be of great talue. as many of his
countrymen who will come here are not
acquainted with the English language.
The Japanese Government has appropri
ate! MM veil. In addition t its regular
World's Fair appropriation, for carrying
ait its plans regarding the comrort of the
vUitors it will nd. More money than
this will be available If it Is found that
the cxpns. imvtred requires It
According In Mr. Otmkt. Japan will
send more visitors to St. Iuis than has
ever bom the cr.se at a pnvious interna
tknal -xpwitin. The F.ur Is being well
auv ertlsetl In Japan and it will attract
persons of all clusvs. In figuring on at
tendance, he says, the Exposition man
acement may lock upon Japan as an lra
Mr. Otsuka will organize a bureau, to
which his coumoraen may apply for all
manner of lrfcrmallon. It will engage
quarters tor tN.ni. receive them upon their
arrival In St Louis. Instruct a-s 10 me
best roians -f seeing the Exposition and
the citj. anil otherwise add to their com
fort -.nil cnt -trir.ment.
Mr. otsuka yesterday visited the Admin
istration building and met several ut the
World's Fair oil clals He was accompa
nied on a tiu through the grounds by
Tlieodore Hardee, assistant to Secretary
Stevens. He was greatly pleased wlih
what lie saw. and dcci-ired both the
grounds and buildings far exceeded the
c pinions he had formed of them.
Cullom Discussed Cuban Iteci
procity and Boundary Award.
Wi!,!,,..... v.e t Crmtnr fn!tnm
chairman of the Senate Foreign Helatlons
Committee, had a conference wllh the
. li s.a ". K .. a.I
Jie aiscuvevi .in mra : u.u icu-
extraord.rary session of t'orsrwa next
IXlOtlUlo XI C B,19U .uutat.uaAs.u c a s7
Went upen the awanl of tbe Alaskan
Vel eW'WW.-r'JV.riJ. AfiJ Vi.'l - Jt. -
Mrs. W Marks ( W. Marks,
ton Avenue, says: 'Tain across the small of my back at llrst ;
raine apparently without cause and disappeared just as mys-!
teriously, but latterly, when
tinuous, innnr a time I was
hold duties, and what to do or what to take to check the an
noyance was a mystery. Noticing Doan's Kidney Pills recom
mended by a great many
the Wolff-Wilson Drug Co. for a box. It helped and I
fontiniK'd the treatment until the backache ceased. I gave
a dose or two to a friend of mine. They acted just as bene
GRIFFIN SAYS THAT "LOSS"
OF BILL IS "CHILD'S PLAY."
House of nclcKntrs Meets With U110-
rura Present, but Ilnlltvay Super-
slsor Ordinance Is Mlsslns
Tjcentv-nve members were at the met
ing of tho I .in? of Delegates L.st nlcht
and conslttat.d a quorum fur the r.-st
time sine" 0 tuber 3 and pase.l some
furty street and alley Improvement bills.
WiiJmvr. chairman of the Railroad
fummittce. and GrltKn held a Ion- cun
ferenco bvfore Gazzolo called the House
to urdcr on the dlsapiiearance of Grililn's
street railway suporvisor bill, which has
After the talk Gtlffln said: "That looks
like a lot of child' play to me." but would
sav nothitiK further.
Grlllin and Wltthoefft have Introduced
similar bills In the House autltorlzlnjr the
apMlntment by the Major of a street
railway supervisor, to le approved in the
reeular wav l.v the Council
WlttlKMfft'a bill calls for the approval of
tbe House as well as that of the Council
on the Major's appointment. It whs is
ptcted that the latter would be r ported
favorably at th meeting last night,
but Ytittho-fft said that lie wished to
confer with tho law department before a
report was made by the committee.
As the affair stands, the majority In the
House would like a hand in tho naming
of the one who gets the position, but ac
cording to th- fnarterlt is not likely that
an appointment would be valid which was
dependent upon the approval of tbe
When asked where Grtfflns's bill ! IVled
mcr said that It "was Just lost." but that
It might be found in the files belonging to
some other committee.
Wltthoefft Introduced a bill authorizing
the lease of a plot of ground at the fool
of Madlon street to the Mound City Row
The House passed a Mil earning OTS for
the relief of John Fitzgerald. This Is tbe
refund of a bond put up by Fitzgerald for
a contract which the Hoard of lubllc Im
provements afterward awarded to other
parties. Illrge spoke for the passage of
the bill and explained the situation.
A bill for Increased salaries of employes
at the Workhouse ai.d for an addition
al appropriation for Holler Inspector
Uranch's oltke were passed.
The House adjourned for one week.
INVOLVES 157,000 ACRES.
Suit Against Government Brings
Bixby Into Court.
Washington. Oct S. Chairman Blxby
of the Dawes Indian Commission to-day
made a deposition Ik fore a Commissioner
of the Supreme 'ourt for the District of
Columbia, in the case of the Delaware
I That Hard Cough I
li must be you have forgotten that family
history of weak lungs. Your doctor has not,
if you have. Ask him ; he will tell you the
danger. And he will give the remedy
1 ' '
For 60 years doctors over the whole world
have relied upon it for throat and lung troubles.
This is a strong statement. But just ask your
own doctor. We will leave it with him.
23a, 80c L AUdrnxzIsU.
J. 0. Ayer Ca torcH. TiTnt.
v. ti6n9 HaaagiA7if ciia Bai4Fi?
When tlu kidniys o v.roug one is sii'k all the tinie
'Always ailing."' Jlany arhes and pains make life a bur
den headaches, sidi-atltrs, and backaches, hip pains, back
pains, side pains and jzroin pains wear on the nerves and
tax the enertry of the strongest. Keep the kidneys well,
help them stimulate them when they become sluggish and
you are free from aches and safe against the nunurous
ills that follow kidmy ni'gh'ct. Dunn's Kidney Pills cure
all disorders of the Kidneys and Bladder, Dropsy, Diabetes,
TJ - JU.y VAUUJJ...' KJl-A I- - MkaWaV. -
upholsterer), residence J."i72 Eas-
for two years it was almost con
almost untit for ordinarv house
people in St. Louis led me to go to
,ST VsV BtTsl
TICKET OFFICES: Olive
Indians against the Secretary of the Inte
rior. Involv'ng the segregation of 15T.CO0
acres of land In the Cherokee Nation
claimed bv the De'awares.
Jlr. Blxby was summoned at the In
stance of th Indians, anil he testified
especially concerning the details of th
separation of these lands from the main
body of the Cherekee lands, which was
done by the commission in compliance
with an act of Congress.
The Indians seek to establish tho fact
that this act of segregation by the com
mlslon was final, and that the Secretary
of the Interior has no authority to review
the transaction. They also seek to pre
vent the tpproprlatlon of the lands of
Mr Rixby testified that the selection
had ben made upon the strength of rep
resentations made by attorneys for the
WOMEN AND WORKING MEN
SUBJECTS OF OPPRESSION
President of Missouri Woman Snf-
frnxe Association Snys That Her
Sex I Abased by Lnvrs.
"Women and working men have one
thing In common. From the beginning of
the world they have been oppressed The
form of oppression has changed In differ
ent times and different countries, but op
The foregoing sentiment, from tho ad
dress of Mrs. Louise E. Werth. president
of the Missouri Woman's Suffrage Asso
ciation, delivered last night at the Initial
meeting of the annual convention in the
Llndell Avenue Xonsectarlan Church, oc
"It Is the theory of our form of govern
ment that the people make the laws. It
all sounds very well, but when one comes
to see Its workings It Is discovered that
only half the people arei allowed to have
a v-nlce in our elections
"Wc have It dinned Into our ears that
woman's place is at home. This was once
so. and woman spun the yarn and wcaved
JL JL vf 3
ei Bid of It
f TRIAL F-REE
To St Loalt Ripublie Rtitctt.
! ' tsits. ClT.
. . ..1 Iim mH t.lM flOSTlOB SS
rcswr-Uilbora Co, ftoCslo. 2 T it stiors
yv-e r !Mo3dnJ, wrlss aaarsM oa ser.
id I &?i
TIcLcts Rood coin? 0:03 p. m. Satnr
dny. October -1: Rood returning! on
nil Irnln. Ilnliil.i.r "". nml "ll.
and Sixth and Union Station.
the rlxth and did the household work
which belonged to her But men have ln
ventxl machinery which makes woman's
slaving n longer necessary.
"The object of this convention Is to ad
vance the cause ef Justice, benefit human
ltv ami raise a higher standard of morals.
We must have rights for women as well
as for men. There will never be material
advancement until thero Is social equality
of the sees."
Miss Daisy Barbee, In an address on
"Women Under tho Law of Missouri."
proved to the satisfaction of most of her
hearers that there has been undue dls
criminatlrn against women.
Miss Anna T. Haydock recited "The
Cabin In the ChamUso Hills," and Miss
English sane a, selection from Gounod.
This morning and this afternoon the as
portation will hold execuUve sessions In
the LIndell Avenue Nonsectarlan Church.
It Is stated that no plans will be laid for
legislation looking to women's suffrage,
but that the aim of tho association Is to
Fecure thorough: organization in the coun
ties of the State When this is dene, the
president says, the subject of Ieglslttion
will be taken up. .......
To-night there will be addresses by th
Reverend Frank G. Tyrrell on "A Rea
sonable Reform."" and by Miss Myra Kern
on "The Modern Woman's Question."
BARRETT DEBARRED BY PAYNE
Cannot Practice in Post-Office
Washington. Oct. 3. Postmaster Gen
eral Payne to-day signed an order de
barring H. J. Barrett of Baltimore, a
nephew of former Assistant Attorney
General Tyner, and for some years law
clerk and Acting Assistant Attorney Gen-N
eral for the Post-Offlce Department, frora
practice before the department.
Barrett was indicted by the Grand Jury
as the result of alleged transactions In
volving decisions of the Assistant Attor
ney General In turf-Investment casts.
Alto rass IIL. Oct H-MIss B.jl Chat
ham, daughter of Doctor Ctatham. of Mill
Creek, was married to William Dye.
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