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THE REPUBLIC: SATTJKDAY. OCTOBER 24. 1903.
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Iteturnins; tourists with "nothing to
rear" hae only to drop in at BAUR. S to
flr.fl the newest and best of the yeason'a
l?s uniting for them. Come they even
from across the ea. Barrn buyers have,
not here Jurt ahead of them with the new
est, most chic of European mode. The
l"all season Is "on" :it Bur's ereat store.
DENIES FINDING CERTIFICATE.
Assistant District Attorney Ad
mits Investigation of Court.
"Mr attention has been called to certain
publications tLat the United Stales Grand
Jury has been Investigating tho naturali
zation ijajwrs Issued by the Court cf
Criminal Correction In St. Louis." said
Attslttant United States Attorney Bert
Nortor.i yesterday, "and that one blank
certificate of naturalization, bearlns tto
Klfniaturo of the Clerk and the yeal of
that court, has been fcund in the hands
of an outside party.
"I do not know how this Information
reached the newspapers. It Is true that
the Grand Jury has be n looking into
naturalization papers Issued by the Court
of Criminal Correction, but the statement
that a blank certificate purporting to bear
ths signature of the Clerk or the seal of
the court had been found in the hands of
any one la untrue. No blank certificate
of any kind purporting to come from that
court or its Clerk has been found."
"SIRUP" IS NITROGLYCERIN.
Explosion Kills One Man and Fa
tally Injures Companion.
BaSer. Pi-. Oct. 3. TOIMatn Marks was
fcartaaOy killed and Patrick Hardy fatally
lAjuxed here to-ay by as explosion of
Th mn were peddlers of email notions
ecd bd camped in the woods near here.
Bo-Say they found an empty can which
they supposed had contained maple
Mirks lit down with the can between
Ills knees and commenced to cut the top
eo as to transform Into a water vessel.
The small portion of the nitroglycerin at
once exploded, and Marks's head, hands
nnd feet were blown off and his body dis
emboweled. Hardy was standing close by.
His eyes were blown out. and bones In
his arms and legs were shattered In a
dozen places. He cannot recover.
UUKKS IXK3AN In the Chapel of Christ
Chunh enteral. Octot-r X. by tne Rever
end Mercer P. L-acan. assisted tv ifce Very
Ilevwcad Carroll II Darif. Miss Kate Davie
Bari and Mr. Ceorse V. Logan of Salem,
Vau No cards.
And dtstffSft of a.l kinds wrraUis, pllloirs.
rroses etc-" aUo artlCclaJ emblems. Loos rut
tlo-r-. Eden floral Co.. iTts Olive et.
ALFIUHlii Thursday. October . IM. aft
er a llng-erlnc Illness, caristiana. Aifeld nee
Ho'tr), and CI )ian I month! and 1) days.
unral will talcs plac from family residence.
rvo. 312 Wisconsin avenue, on Sunday at 2 p.
rn Kelatlves and friends art tainted to attend.
Oakland. Cui.. papers pleasa copy.
CZEMTT On Thursday. October U. IMS. at
p. m., Halls E. Czerny. belOTed wlf of
.dirge Cierny: (nee Whlunore). and beloved
ilster of lira. Charles Wagner and Mrs. Nicho
las btauCer and Mrs. Frank Stauder (are WMt
luore). Funeral from the family residence No.
. South Broadway. Sunday. October s. at
1 : p m . to Su Thomas of Aquln Cnurch
and tience to the. New Picker's Cemetery.
0 DRrEMEIEIl On Wednesday. October a. Ml
" ft 1 p. m . Henry F. Drlemeler. beloved hus
band cf Minnie Drlemeler (nee Meyer), ion of
.August Drlemeler and son-in-law of Fred and
Charlotte Amellng fldowed Meyer), ated a
yars 8 months and a davs. Funeral will talcs
fiaco bunoay. October Zi. at 1 p, m.. from
amlly residence. No, 1 Da Soto avenue,
thenca to Evanrellcal rrledens Church. Nine
teenth and Netvhsute avenue. Friends art in
cited to attend.
DUNN On Thursday. October li IMS. at ISO
o'clock p m.. Dennis Irunn. rjU-fcan1 of Ho
xmra Dunn, lineral will take place Saturday.
October It at 9 o'clock a. m.. from family
residence. No. KJJ Papln street, to SU Mala
JJ"s Church, there to calvary Cemetery.
TYlends Invited to attend.
1IAAP Entered Into rest on Friday. October
2. 1903. at SM a. m. aftr a llneerine Illness
Itenhard Haap r-laved husband of Emma
Jlaan fne Uuchhelt). and belotrd father of AI
vlna. Hilda. Acnes and Ola Hasp, at the ags
of o years. Funeral from familr residence.
'o. 2317 South Ttitrd strett, Sunday. October
K. at s p m. neiatlves and friends united to
MONTfTIE On rrldsy. October tj. la. at
S:tl p m , Mary A. Monlcke. belox-M ttife cf
Charle Monlcke and daughter of William and
llarjiora VW, aged 3 years 11 month" and E
days I'uneral frt:m family residence. No, tXC
Mlnres"ta avenue. Monday. October X, at 9
. m. tn St. Wumbkllie's Church, thence to
Mount Ollie Cemetery. Friends Invited to at-
METEIt Entered Into reft, on Fridsv. Octo
ber a. 1908. at liao o'clock p. m.. Edgar E.
Mever. beloved son of Cllsa Linde and brother
of Itenry J. and Ixmls A. Meyer. Funeral win
take place from the famllv residence. No 2013
Diddle street, on Sunday. October 55. at 2 o'clock
p. m.. to Kellefontaine Cemetery. Friends are
i-spectfully Invited. Deceased was a member
of Conaaence Carrp. No. 121. K. of F. : Knlrhts
of the Maecatyes. Tent No. HZ. and Clrar
rcakers International Unlcn. No. 4i.
McCUNE Entered into rest, en Friday. Oc
tober 23. 190J. at 1 o'clock p m.. Mary McCune.
relict of the late Edward McCure. and sister
of the late Patrick Curran and Eliza CVmrtney
and mother of Mn J. D Earl. Mr Jarcrs T.
Malone Mr. N Byrne and Jerome F Mi'Cuce
Funeral will take place from the residence of
her son. In-law. James T. Malcne. No. 102
North Jeferson avenue, on Monday. October 24.
at 2 o'clock p m.. to St, Bridget's Church,
thence to ri!rary Cemetery. Friends are re
OSTVAT.D Entered Into rest on October
191C. at T p m . after a long and severe nines
.Atmi M Osald fnee Ouirabk). beloved wife
E. of Adam Oswald and mother rf Irene Oswald
?v Funeral from residence. No. X22 tagnolla ae-
cue. Sunday October 25. at 2 p. m.
nnCAN On mdav. octorer 2i urj. at Z-Zt
e'cKk p m . Timothy Regan beloved father
of Mr" Thomas Noonan aged ) years The
funeral will take pfec-e Sunday 21th Inst., at 2
o'clock p m.. from family residence. Vft 1112
North Nineteenth etreet. to St, Brd-er's
Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery, rriendj
are Invited to attend.
FCirULTZ Wed-ie-dav. October 21. !. at 1
o'ciork p m Mir. Josephine E.-huHz ne
rrarr). beloved mother of John and Jo"nn
Frhu'tz srd Reonora Moser mee schuitr). In her
fifty-ninth vear FunersI from re'dence of her
sister. Mrs Sinnct. No Oil Wells avenue. Sat
urflav October. 21 at 80 a. m.. to St, Br
hara's Oiurch. thence to SS. Peter and Paul's
STAEHMN On Wednesday. October 21. ISO",
at 4:13 p m . Christlln "sehlln. b!oved hus
band. dar father, grandfather and father in
Ia. aged T vests, runeral on Ssnnlay Octo
ber :. at 2 p m.. from residence. No tS2s In
diana arenue. to Missouri Crematory. Fleas
WALI-ACE On Fridar. October a. ISO. Mrs.
Sarah Jane Wallace. In her eighty-first year.
Funeral services from No. S61SA Manle avenue,
on Saturday. October 24. at 3 o'clock. Inter
. WTntXELIv-On Thursday October 22. UOS.
Joem Wlthnell son of William W. and M.
vjeciie iwmneii cnee iinueii. i-unerai rrora
r13ence Saturday morning at 9 o'clock to St
Francls Xavler (College) Church. By request
cf students of St. Louis University.
wrNN JCcrfolk. Vs.. rrtdiy. October 25.
ISOS. Cfra Iloxall Winn, wife cf the late
Jahn Li. Winn.
BILL FOR ELEVATED
Xew Measure Is Introduced in
the Council for Kupid Transit
SUBMIT PROPOSED ROUTE.
Will Jun Undergroimd to Eii;ht
ccnth Street and Then on
Steel Piers to the Wat
I o iioitu or PRoroscu
1 Kl.i:VATlUl It 11L.WAY.
; Subway frem Third street and
I O Washington ue-iue to Efcihtcenth O
1 4 and St. C"l!.u-le! Mreetf. O
' ia-vated Irtm that point west to
O Taylor avenue, to Slunchetter ave-
nui-. to MrCausland aeuuc to Wat- O
4 on road.
Payment to lire city ST.) a year O
1 4 for the elected and JiOS9 for the
Councilman Sheelmn introduced a III1.
bv reauest. in th r'nnnoil bsvt niebr au
thorizing the construction and operation
of an e'evated railroad and subway.
The proposed route of the road L a stib-
Tr:i avtAnjItn. fmm Thlfil tml U'neMn-.
1 ton avenue to Eighteenth and St. Charles
streets and then on delated tracks west
ward to Taylo- avenue and ultimately end
ing at Watson road.
The compensation offered to the city Is
JS.000 a car for the elevated franchise
and COM for the subway.
Those mentioned in the bill ts interested
In the project axe IL K. Oilman of the
westers Electric Supply Company. J. E.
Longworth of the American Storage and
Moving Company. S. L. Langdale. a re
tired capitalist, and II. S. Doyle, a civil
For tho second time the bill granting an
Increase In salary to the men in the con
struction departments of the Kire and Po
lice Department was laid over for one
week on the motion of Mr. Davis. He
said that during the last weei he had
been unable to look Into the bill and
risked the consideration of the Council In
Prwvlous to th! Councilman Gibson
spoke agaliut the rjaysage or the bill. He
said that the contemplated raise was an
endeavor to place the ailary of these men
on a so-called union cale. which would
remain stationary if the bill beeme a
law. wade the scale might fluctuate.
Ho argued that while he was in favor of
lust compensation in all caFes he had as
certained that the bill would result in a
discrimination against the regular era
Plovei over th .-xtra men.
The bill provides tine and one-half for
overtime, and double tlmo for work done
on Sundays and holiday This clause.
Sir. Gib-ton said, would result In the ex
tra men get ing more pay on a yearly
basis than the regulars.
Bills for placing lights on all vehicles
after dark, an eugln--house at Washing
ton and Academy atenucs and an appro
priation of Cft) for improving the Court
house yard were parsed.
The bond were approved of P. C. Deh
Icr and Patrick Sullivan as Jail guards,
and of Herman Pfeifer ns general super-
iiiB council aujournca until next Tues
day at p. m.
CITY COUNCIL PAYS TRIBUTE.
Resolutions Adopted Regarding
Death of I. W. Morton.
Pursuant to the appointment of a com
mittee of Jive at tho last meeting of tho
City Council, resolutions were drawn up
and adopted yesterday oa the death of
Isaac W. Morton.
President Homshy and II. X. T)fii-J
spoke In eulogy of Mr. Morton, and after
v.apiain uoyce, cnairman of the commit
tee, had read the resolutions thev wero
adopted by a rising vote. Instead of a
run caji, at tne suggestion of President
The resolutions are as follows:
In the death of Mr. Morton the Council and
the people Of SL Louis hav. 1mi an itnH.Kr
painstaking public sen anL
-. .1; . - -iu.i lor ue oince n heu
at the tuna of bis demise, bis physical ccn.il-
.. - -..mi mm. .tiTiiuiKfl invoitcu a
gennlne sacralco on Ida jiart for the city he
loved. Thourb in feeble health and often sujrer
Ing pain, ho participated actively tn the bul
nes of the Council, and Impressed his asso
ciates is an able, conscientious public ufacul
Ilia uniformly courteous manner, his afr.ab.llly
bis eier-wlllincness to undertake th most dif
ficult tasks or lerialatlte work, were raitlcujr
ly noticeable and siamp-d him as the thor
His death Is regretted tn the extreme, and
his presence will be mlsed in tin future de
Uberaticas cr this body.
His Hie In the mercantile world was an Ideal
one; always kind and conlderate with his fellow-men.
he built up man enduring friendships.
At home he was h modil huibaml an.1 father
Ills untimely end in a severe low to the entire
community, and naturadr calls fortn wld
eprvad expressions of real wrtow. huen men
are lnrtlnable to an city, and their lo-a comes
la th nature or a public calamity.
In honoring the memory of Mr. Morton tho
founcil reflects honcr upon Itself, and an ex
pression of this honor i but the poor tribute
we can offer to his memory.
i.",eni t0 ,.,be ldow and children of
par lamented colleague, our slncereet condo
!.1S ?. .Tmpathy No esUmate can be placxl
SSS "Jl, h!5 IiC" " conveyed to their
S5S?h"ii ?Lrrl-.Tb"Jt. the GrTi" Master wlU
eeresrwlsn r!li bour " our ,ln"
..?.. 'TW'lle v rPt to the memory of
the dead, your committee recommends that the
?".? cH0ir heretofore cSlpled by sS SIo"
.h?.'r2SI11 tZr2,Itloa of thirty da. that
JnP.1.5" npon " JournaT of the
SS?3 5?lJ?. Ti 5ablr engroea-d and
aa5ated',rrlcn3.UlB ttail " W
11. A. DAVIS,
charles k. oibson.
HENRI o. ROLFES
Always remember when you feel bad
that Laxative Boro Pepsin will set you
right; It cleanses tho entire system- II
cents. All druggists.
Kinperor 'William Sinks In Ilog.
Berlin. Oct- 22. Emperor William sank to his
hips In a bog while deer stalking at Itomlnten.
The foresters In attendance pulled him out of
the mire and he continued to hunt, without
changing his clothes till evening. Later the
Emperor gave orders that alxty pioneers be pent
to Itomlnten from Koenlgsberg to drain the
moras and afterwards till It up with earth.
A faithful and true servant.
'The ePerfeded American Watch," an Oasiraied book
of irderesHng information abooi 'matches, a27 be sent
free upon request.
American Waltham Watch Company,
F. H. Ingalls Sel!sKHJ:
lt's)lkaa TTaonak f s-saV Vnaotal V l - ...
Watches Repaired at Special Lost
GIRLS SERVE AS PALLBEARERS
AT FUNERAL OF YOUNG WOMAN.
ISose Leaves Remaining After the Services for Archbishop Kain
Are Blown-Over the Casket Containing Mary JlcCaninion at
Old Cathedral. Where Tribute-Is Paid to One'VVhoAspired to
IJe a "nn Until- Disease Attacked Her.
' iSaftMl W flr
The funeral of Mary JlcCaramon at the
Dkl Cathedral. Second and Market streets,
yesterday mornlrg. was attended by
Miss McCammon wa born at Ninth and
Market streets twenty-four years ago and
died In the same block and had never lived
outside of that Mock. Her parents have
been dead for many years.
This neighborhood Is not attractive. In
front of the humble borne In which she
died one may frequently see a nejro
woman with a basket of clothes on her
head and a cigarette between her lips.
Wlncrooms abound. But the young girl
remained "a Illy In a stagnant pool.'
Father Coyle said.
Miss McCammon's aspiration was to be
a nun. but while she prepared herself fcr
"UNCLE JOE" CANNON
SAYS FOLK IS A WORKER.
Next Speaker of thr National Ilnnar
.of llcprcarnfatlvf! llenCA of the
Ilonillc Cne With Interest.
Joe Cjnnon. the nest Epeaker of the
House of ltepresentallres. attracted at
tention by strolling about the lobby of
the Southern Hotel last night.
'Uncle Joe" Cannon Is a pretty old
man. lie is pray and short, and makes
himself look shorter by ircaring a little
felt hat that Is just barely visible.
The next Speaker of the House wan not
Riven last nixht to discussing affairs ot
Importance to the State and nation. He
spent a lart of the evening In reeding
the arrcstiof Charles Kratz ami the
achievements of Circuit Attorney Folk.
"What do you think of the boodle situa
tion?" he was asked.
"Don't know much about it." said Mr.
Cannon. "I'm lust trims to learn some
thing. It's pretty hard lor a man to keep
up on even thins, and In order to ac
quaint myfcell with things In which I am
alrectly lmeresua 1 hae bn forced to
abandon a study of the boodie business tn
St. Louis. Tnia m;n r)lk, however, seems
to 1ms a hard worker."
"Would you care to cUscuss the recent
flurries In stock, the financial crashes In
the East, or any of tho-e auojectsT'
So', don't caro to discuss them. 1
have Given onl one interview In the lait
six months on finance, and that was con
fined to about IV) words. Haven't a thin
"You know." continued llr. Cannon,
"when the lrhroan noted the silence of
the owl he turned to his companion and
remarked: That bird Isn't sajin' a word,
but he's doln a whole lot of thlnklnB.'
It's a good thing- tor a man to act Iikc
tho owl. If he remains silent people will
urralso that hn is doing a whole lot of
thinking, even if he never thinks."
Mr. Cannon came down to Su Louis to
inspect tho World's Fair bul "- . He
will return to his homo In D&nvlllc. 1IL.
31IIXIOXAIRES VISIT TUC FAIR.
Stnrveaant Fish nnd Party Call on
Cornelius Vanderbilt, John Jacob Astor
and I'rfesldcnt Stuyvesant Fish of the I.
C. II. R. Co.. with a party of
friends arrived In St. Louis yesterday
morning from Chicago over the Chicago
and Alton on a special train.
The party took a tady-ho for tho
World's Fair Grounds, where they called
upon President francis and tere shown
the buildings. All exoressed themselie
n urprl;ed and delignted at tlie magni- i
tuae or tne enterprise.
Mr. -Wor returned on the noon 111?
Four train for New York, but the rest of
tho party departed In the afternoon for
a trip South over the Winds Central Rail
road, most of them being directors and
heavy holders of Illinois Central stock.
Besides Messrs. Ilsti. Vanderbilt and
Astor there were in the party: John W.
Auchlncloss. Charles M. Reach. J. T. Har
ahan and Alexander Hackstaff.
CHANGE IX WHEAT OASIS.
Xot Believed That President Stlclc
ner'a Plan Will Go Throng; h.
Omaha, Neb, Oct. 3. Effective October
:. the Chicago Great Western will estab
lish a basis of 9 cents on wheat and S
cents on com from Omaha to Minneapolis.
When originating at points west of the
Missouri River points. It will take a ru'.o
of U cents or higher on wheat or 10 cents
or higher on corn.
It In stated that the other lines may bo
forced to meet the Great Western's rntes.
Frelgiit men say that President Stlck
ney'a project will never go through. Most
all of the olli.-lala who were Interviewed
evaded the topic by saying that the mat
ter would be handled from their general
offices at Chicago.
MorTat Rood Adopts Route.
Salt Lake City, Utah. Oct. 3. The Den-
123 OLIVE STREET.
MISS MAHT MrCAlllIOX.
Of X 1T5 Walnut street whore funrTr-I
took place yesterday from the old Ca
thedral. Second and Walnut streets.
the religious life, she worked every day
to contribute to the support of her azed
grandmother, with whem she lived.
More than a yeaar ago she b-carne pre
fovt of the sodality to which she be
longed. About lh.-.t tlmo physicians told
her that she must give up hope of de
voting her life to her religion, for her
lire woaM not last very long. She had
consumption a:id it caused her death.
A high mass of requiem was sunc for
her. and the coftln In which she lay v-ai
carried by six girls dressed all In white.
Within the church were all tire decora
tions placed tliero for Archbishop Xaln's
The roses nmeng the black and purple
were drooping, and when the doors were
opened to let the little procession out a
rush of air i-hook down a shewer of rose
lenves on the v.hlte-clad girls and the
Tho tears cf the palllieeirrrs fell among
the red and while ietal through which
they walked and the tiriet wept while
tho roes Ml uikhj his bowed head. 1 10
had tiM-n from a sick led to tell of tho
beautiful life nf the glrL
She was buried In Calvary Cemetery
after a lift- which had been a batlio
against eond. lions and environment-
ver. Northwestern pnd Pacific, known as
the Moffat road, has finally adopted the
route over the Waatsch range by which
it w-1 -ter the city. The road will fol
low a ...I' Canvon for twenty-rive mile.-".
Mriklng th Ilerwr City branch of the
IJenver and Itio Grande near Charleston.
From till point Into Salt Lake the Rto
Grande will be used.
AOTHEIl I.IXK TO CHICAGO.
Sontbrrn Indiana Inposrs to I'ar
allrl the C. A E. I.
Chicago. Oct. S. The Southern Indiana
Railway Is preparing to extend Its line to
Chicago. Official mops of the proposed
route from Terro Haute. Ind.. to Chicago
were filed to-day at Terre Haute.
Tho new road will start from Terre
Haute, the cortliern terminus of the pres-
nt line, cross Into Illinois In Vermillion
County and run thance northward almost
.rallel with the present Chicago and
The Southern Indttxa now runs from
Westport to Terre Haute with branches.
In all It has 1SS mil.-s of road. Several
tranches are In. court of construction.
The road taps valuable coal fields and
orrosi: physical i:ami.atiox.
Enclneers of Manlintlnn Etevnted la
Conference With Chief.
New York. Oct. Z. Vice Chief Hnglncer
T. S. Ingrah.im of the Rrotberhood of
Ijocomotlve Engineers arrived here to
day and Immediately went Into confer
ence with representatives of the motor
men cf the Manhattan Elevated Railroad.
The men. who belong to the Engineers
nnd Firemen's brotherhoods, are In dis
agreement with tho company over an or-
oer reques:im a new pnsical examina
tion of each motonoan.
E. J. 1'lnney. representative at the con
ference of the IJrolherhood of Firemen,
said, when he left tht conference, that the
absence of Grand Chief Hanahan of the
Erolhert'ood of locomotive Firemen was
an Impediment to action by that organi
zation. It l hoped to have Mr. Hanahan
here next week.
Santa I'e Time Card.
Topeka. Kas.. Oct. 2& With to-day tho
work of the Santa re division superin
tendents who have been In Topeka arran
ging a new time card ceases. The most
Important change will bo the making of
the California limited train a daily In
stead of a triweekly as heretofore. The
winter service will begin on November
. with tho Pacific Coast trains.
Dinner Git en to llllleary.
An Informal dinner was given last night
tt the Mercantile Club by the many
friends of C. L. Hi'leary. traffic manager
of the World's Fair. In honor of Ills pro
motion. Those present were his asxodatcs
tn the pasnger ti.sir.pss. Covers were
teM for twenty-five.
A. R. T. Appointments.
Announcement is made by circular from
the American Refrigerator Transit Com
pany of the appointment of C. H. Hold
rrdgo a general agent and L. S. Day as
contracting agent at Denver, Colo.
Free Rrcllnlnc-Chnlr Cars.
The Henderson Routo has Introduced an
Innovation In the LouisvIIIc-St. Louis traf
fic in tb shape of free reclining chair
OPEN BIDS FOR CITY RAILWAY.
World's Fair Committee Asks for
Good Hauling Roadway.
Bids were opened jesterday by the
Board of Public Improvements for the
extension of the muni Ipal rallway.planhed
by Water Commissioner Adklns from
Baden to liissell's Point. The lowest bid
ders are Fruln & Colnon at J13.4H.T Al
though thlx amount Is a trifle outside the
Mtlmnls. thn hoard will doubtless award
them the contract In order that tho work
may be started at once.
At the Instance of representatives of the
different companies using wires the hear
ing set for yesterday in the extension of
the underground district was postponed
until the tlrst meeting In January.
A committee from the World's Fair
called on the board and asked that the
cl:y prepare for heavy hauling a street
leading to the Fair Grounds from the
north. Street Commissioner Varrelmann
said there was no money for work of this
Following the board's suggestion, the
committee called on layor Wells, who
promised to confer wl h Comptroller Play
er and sea If the money ccm.d be found to
temporarily keep In shape the kind of
road wanted. De Bahvlere avenue or
Sklnker road is said to be preferable.
Texas County Teachers Coaveoe.
Houston. Mo.. Oct. 3-The Texas Coun
ty Teachers' Association convened yes
terday to hold a three days' session. A
larso, number of teachers are In attend
anc Professors S. Dearmont. Glvlo and
Wli mson. represtntng the State Board
of Education, are present to deliver ad
Kick Proves Fatal.
Knob Nosier. Mo Oct. 3. Thomas
Shoup. a prominent farmer of three miles
east of this city, was kicked In the stom
ach by his bugjrv horse vestenlay and died
thlr morning. He was IS years old.
Pure Wines Tirect From the Rhine end Koselle,
It is the aim of this house to supply to its patrons the i-hnimst
vintages which the world produces. No wines require limn
careful selection and care in handling than the wines from
the famed and picturesque hillsides thai liordcr the Rhine and
Moselle Kivers. In order that we might have the I.KST. our
President. Mr. John I!ardenhMcr. made an extensive trip this
last spring along the Rhine. Moselle and Pfalz. seeking among
the growers themselves those rare ami perfect vintages which
the true wine grower hoards in his cellar to the last, and which
only a jrcrsisteiit tiersoiial search will bring to light. The re
sult from lloclihfim, ISndenheim. Riiedesheim. Ueiilesheini,
Unsrstein. Krcuznach. Winuteen. Knisl.Tralicnaiid Ilernkastrl
we are now receiving one of the largest shipments of wine ever
brought here. The grades run from the moderate priced Table
Wines to the finest Cabinet Wines, all pure, all guaranteed as
to source and intage, and all po-M-ssiug the delicacy and
charm that appeal to the c,.nniis-iir. We recommend there
pure, healthful wines to our friend as the best which can be
obtained. Our prices are moderate and consistent with quality.
JOHN BARDENHEIER VINE AND LIQUOR CO.,
Estiiliiie: U 1871 210-21 2-2U Harket Street, St. Louis, flo.
fjsrfcujrtcrs far Wilaeaad Maielle Ufces Pcrtinillr Stltctetfatthe Vlarjrrrds.
Uk LIQUOR DRINKING. MORPHINE KSeTev
a VlXi?"' " meens net evie. litusnaii, tiujm i cruitm 1:1111 4 TJ'J'
- . (7 X)TU 3. xz. rJCVINXO. jlsynlolnn, ucl. Muoe"r. ff
CfvUrC 2803 LOCUST STREET. ST. LOUIS. TciXSM0NtUr.0CU.tS3 UrC
tZmZ ''li " MOxt TstaTHCiT roa Tooaceo D ncuassTMifiia. ii
ELOPES WITH OLD SUITOR
DAY BEFORE WEDDING.
Miss Jlnslck Mnrrlrs Aa Hunt While
Prospective llrlilccroom Asralta
Omaha. Neb.. Oct. 2. A big surprise
was caused In Omaha society circles to
day by the announcement that Miss Hazel
I Mustek, daughter nf the late John Rey
! Mustek, formerly of ICIrksville. Mo., and
sulcequently of this city, was secretly
married lait night to Mr. Asa Hunt, a
wull-known young business man of Om
aha, while Doctor rred Farmer of Chi
cago, to whom she was to be married to
morrow, was waiting for her to return to
the Her Grand Hotel from a drive wl:h
a lady friend.
Both Doctor Farmer and Mr. Hunt were
ardent suitors for the young lady's hand
and for a long time she appeared to re
gard them with equal favor.
A year ago. however, she promised to
become the wife of Doctor Farmer. Tho
engagement was announced and the wed
ding set for to-morrow.
Doctor Farmer came to Omaha two
weeks ago and since then has been a
guest at the Her Grand Hotel, where MIm
Musick and her mother have been board
ing for a year or so.
Mini Muekk and loctor Farmer were
chatting in the hotel parlors lt e-enlng.
when the bride-to-be wa Invited to go
for a ride by a girl friend. She accepted
the Invitation and an hour later sent her
mother a note savins she had Just been
married to Mr. Hunt.
Mr. Hunt and his bride left Omaha to
da for his former home In New Jersey,
while Doctor Farmer took his dparture
Operatlnsr It Orsn Trains
Into and out of St. Louis, the. Cotton Belt
routo now runs through without change,
leaving St- Louis daily at &-X a. m. and
9:41 p. m. Ticket office, a.0 Ode street.
SAFE CRACKERS AT WORK.
Blow Bank Vault at Kaleigli, 111.,
but Get Xo Booty.
Harrisbunr. 1IL. Oct. 3. Burglars at
tempted to roll the Hank of Raleigh, eight
mile-? north of this city. last nlrit. Nitro
glycerin was used to blow the safe open.
They bad blown the outside door off the
safe and were at work on the Inner door,
but the first explosion woke the Inhab
itants of the town.
About a dozen shots were fired by both
sides, without parlous results, and the rob
bers raale their escape. They secured
nothing save an envelope containing some
postage stamp. The safe contained sev
eral thousand dollars.
flnrnl Tree Delivery.
Wathlncton. Oct a Rural free delivery eerr
lee has been rataNislied. to commence Novem
ber 1. at Caula. Livingston County. Mo., with
two earrtrs: length cf routes. slU miles: pop
ulation sert-d. 1.07.
Mural earners b-ie been appointed as follosrs:
Mtomart: Mosusd IVyfmon V I.antd.wn.
carrier; I" G Keyster. substitute. Itavenwood
Frrl Lsle. carrier: J L. Stetcer. substitute.
Vrn ina Henry 1 Wilkes, carrier. U. V
Wllk. substitute. UoMen ntjr-Cuyle Pember
ton. carrier; U'lll Mardick. substitute. Imle
ticnd'nce O. K Hare, carrier. W. L Hare.
snbtltute Moherlr-l. R Grubb. carrl-r: Ed
Texas: Piano Henrv C. Baldrldre and J S.
Dtckerscn. earrters. Eaxard Bradsfaav and Ar
tbir Dtc. substltates.
Gustav A l"mmd. Storelceerer and Oauzer In
the St. Louis Infernal ItT-nue District. ta
Marlon Cnnniy Institute Offlcers.
Sstem. Ill . Oct. S- After three success
ful sessions the Marlon County Farmers'
InMItme elowd this afternoon. Tho fol
lowing offlcers were elected at the closing
session for the ensuing year: A. V. Schem
erhorn. president: William Lecrone. vic
presklent: Alfred Slormant. secretary:
Miss Nellie Hay worth, omclal reporter.
All the public who U of the county, over
JW In number, closed to-lhy on account of
the farmers meeting and a Teachers' In
stitute wan heW In connection with the
Farmersf Institute. The Institute was the
most successful ever held in the county.
Shut novm to Raise Ore Trices.
Galena. Kas.. Oct. 3. The mlno and
mill owners and operators of the Galena-
TT. r mWi HWiyiTTI iTtt-rf
ore your time.
C?TaOlT'AC' TUrtf rjKvi'l.lLl
Bold for eiTsars. " rorrojartr
SI and Up.
312 N. BROADWAY
Directly nppoalte to Scruggs
Vnndervoort A Barney.
F R RHEUMATfSRiSck V
I)r Owen's Electric Delt. gives Immediate re
lief. sattfact.on ruaranteed: call or write for
freo caulocue. Ir. .V. Owen, (li Olive at., bt.
JopUn district consummated plans to-day
for a total shutdown of the mines and mil's
to force the price of oro above the prices
now offered by the smeltme combine. They
can see no plausible reason for a decrease
In price- of ore on a basis with the prices
of spelter in St Louis and New York.
S. IS. Pine of this place, and W. J.
Valker of Kansas City, who are two of
the most extensive operators here, con
sider thU to be the most practical and ef
fective way of raising and holding the
price of ore on a par with the price of pi?
TO COLLECT TRIBAL TAX.
Insjiector Saya Those Affected
Must l'ay or Go Out of Business.
Murcogee. L T., Oct S. To-day Inspec
tor Wright announced that he had Instruc
tions to collect the Creek Tribal tax. The
order comes from the Department of In
terior and an effort will be made to enforce
It. The Indian Agent has been ordered
to serve notice on all parties doing busi
ness In the Creek Nation to pay the tribal
tax or ele havo their places of business
closed within ten days.
Judge Clayton cf the Central District
ha held that the tribal tax cannot be
collected, and Judge Raymond of the
Western District lias held that It can he
collected. If the attempt Is made to col
lect this tax the matter will be carried to
the Supreme Court. There has always been
a question as to Its validity.
A Mil has been Introduced In the Crek
Council providing that the Secretary of the
Interior order all legal outstanding ac
counts against the nation be paid and put
the nation on a cash basis. The expenses
of the nation are above the Income, and as
a result Creek warrant are discounted
at 19 per cent. Th's will be obviated If
the bill passes, the Creek warrants will be
worth par. and the nation will be doing
business on a cash basis.
Sunday Table d'Hote Dinners nt
"The Washington." King's highway and
Stockholder Elect Offlcers.
Sturxeon. Mo . Oct- S. The stockholders cf
the new bans, which Is to be the third for
Sturgeon, met tbls afternoon and elected the
followirg directors: T. P. Sweeney. F. L.
Sweeney. J M. IToetor. Manler Hoard. R. I.
tioomson. j. h iT-.weii. j-Tanic sermonr. K.
N itentiy and William Dinwiddle The follow
ing offlcers were (.bosen: ITesMent, J. M.
iructor. cashier 11 Board: assistant cashier,
IE. L. Robinson, attorney. Thomas si Carter.
It Is to be a State back, with Si).UH capital
v.ock-, an.1 will be ready for business some
time In December.
- nut scrplryra. sed lits
MnsiHlssftslsTiWsiWl' I i'lflt listiTs7TTar rfTTiTttsJWsslTWWJHBsBC
. I Sssisajfc JU-m . sva.aj jta, - 1I mLi,
A. A. SELKIRK & CO.,
AUCTION AND STORAGE.
Xtfctitar ..ailr vrrr Saturday "t warhoa
nl ptT.rral oWf? tCS 10-13 Chcutau ava.
..- in rellrare a specialty Thou Ktnloca
IVK and IW7 Wa-hlnxton are. bandtr ot
nrw and Mar.nr r-a'Tar. Watcb for acecla! do
I yyn nL N!. Manager
i 1808-I0-12GHuMTTEAU AVE.
This dar at W ZH o'cioca. at cAir warehouse,
we will sell s. larn" ind T-ared collection oC
lantmiiE, cAHiirr. stoves. Etc.
A. A. SELKIUK Jt CO Aactloneera.
i"Urtaln lli at S rrompt at 5 Mat
(IlAHLliS KKtlHMAN PnESEXTS
In I'inerc s Itasterplecs.
EXTHa! Kelt HaiSaj -Sell Sl!s R:w Ox
2523ES3B53 r Hi , W
! a. Tu Ttur". night". Sat. Mat.. RIP
VAN WINKLE Wed Frl nis'ju. THE
KIALS S.it right. 'Olck't oc tha Hearth"
ar 1 "Lend M Kl I SiliUinaa"
Z7 Sats by mall if acccmcanled br remlt
tance an.1 setfiJ lre."".I stamped envelope.
rrtees tfcl week Sc to R-0Q.
TVm A. Bra4y prent
With Jo-eph Ilstt and Carrie De Mar.
Regular Matlneo Saturday.
Eeclnnlnf Sunday (light Silt: Kj 1 6 J Sill,
Tht The iter Whtrt
Yon St tii Btst
Showi for Lit-
lucent Matinees Tcesday, Thursday. SaturcUy.
25c Matinee hearts iETH
TO-DAY AT 2.1 ADRIFT. I AIRSHIP
Sis, tt Int "tin ffsaia Itrt. 1 Jlr niL
GflAWFOHD THEATtR, i.umi
Hirry Carlo CUrl
HIS ABSaT BOY.
in. TtU0ct. litii tarn
im su. iiu. ncu Tors C1IIX.
SIOXDAT EVENING, NOV. 2, AT Slid.
Only appearance ot Madams
And her concert company, under direction ot
C A. Ellis.
Tickets. I1S0. Si tl. and It.
Sals cpena at U llman Bros.. 113 Olive FA..
Monday morctsg, Oct. Steinsray Piano cssd.
VarHlL GOOD SEATS, 2Bo.
Night Prices. I5-S-C-3J-T3C
TUC BMU I T
1 nt nacTflB
Next Sunday Matinee Rebecca. TTarrea la
Tess of the trCrbemltles.
CoGtiRUODS Yaude.ille, 1:30 to 10:30 Dally
All This Week and Next Sunday.
s Kaufmann Troupe 6 I-e Roy and Clayton.
Clarice Varce. Trelle's Talking Dors-
Kelly and Vloletts. James A Sadla Leoeara
Fisher and Clark. Mile. Valeica-
Mltchell and Lots. Tne Two KIdda.
James Waters- Prince and Prtnoa.
The KInodrome. Marshall ft Co.
I3c. 30c SOc. Orchestra Chairs. Reserrsa. Wa.
The Horn" cf IV lv. Two Frolics Dally.
THE GAY MORKINB GLORIES.
l-COMEDIANS-19 0 OORTPHE23-
Next Attraction "Moonlight Malis."
6 HIGH-GUSS RAGES
RAIN OR SHINE,
Commencing Promptly at 2 p. as.
Attmlstlon to the Ground! and Grind Itanill.
Tbls (mat rrsort oren th rear roan A. Cbm
blrw rt, health anj ploasur for your irac-
near Attica. Ind. oa Wabash Railroad. Na
ture's crrntest cut for Rheu ma tlaixt. Goat.
KMney, kln, madder, Stonutch an4 Ntrnraa
dl'wasnt. For txrautlfullr tllustratod maxaslD
and all tnTcrroatlon. oddrru II. I Krnf.
Gen. Manager, Kramer. Ind. H.
SUNDAY, Oct. 25
To Meramec and Gaseenade River fishlnr re
sorts - Miset:-. St. Clair. Stanton. Sullivan.
Bourbon. Ltasbarg. Cuba. Steelrllla. Boaz.
Cooks. Salem. St James. Rolla. Newburc Ar
llniton an Jercme
ROUND TRIP RATES, 75c 1o $1.50
Train leavr So a. m.; returnlnK. anirp at
XtVW p. m. Stp bcth wmyi at Tawr Grora.
Ticket. linr-.Ui and OIIt streets. Union Sta
tion and Tjwr Grove.
Do You Ever
stop to consider the
present et It. encv of the
compared with what It
waste fore ths "POSTAL" m
entered the field? tV
WILLIAM V HOMES. IL J. OIEKNEITB.
ESTA BUSHED IN i
MISSOL'ltl 3-IA1K 3ILTLAL KlllE A.XO
31AIUNK 1.LUA.MCE COMPA.1T.
Offlce. No. 717 Ch.stnat su St. Louts. Mo.
T.I Brit Msln ZTTIA Tel. Ktnlccb A VOt.
Policies ar wrltt.n en e.tbtr stock or mutual
tlsnnr C llaarstlck. J B. C Lncis.
M R Ortnwsln. O D Walker.
Wm F llms Jsa W B1U
C73 "THIS LIHIE PIG
Car WENT TO JONES'S"
COUHTRY SAUSAGES &.'&&
ezrlwiTclr froa Utile Pie Prk of oar own n4toc
od r not brpmdactcf Ust.M Llttl-vplc
8BMcrL 8a Meat. Hams. B4con.to. Mpl
ojrup. Maple Sntrv aadrorvKaekwheek Floor are
boice si-ova and home made. Write for Booklet
Jones Dairy Farm,' Ft. Atkinson, Wis.
Bold la St. Lools bj rsost's Tolum Ifarkst Qt