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THE KEI'UBLIO: SUNDAY. OCTOBER 23, lyutf.
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.
Yesterday's bank clearings were SWB.
J1: balances. iTIoAL Local ill-count rates
were between 5 and C wr cnL Domestic
exchange was quoted as follows: Ken
York. S"c discount bid, lc d'seount asked:
"hlcago. 38c discount asked; Cincinnati.
l.ouIsiiiIe and New Orleans, lue discount
Ud. jar asked.
Wheat closed higher at SSTtC Dec; KW
So No. I ted. Corn closed higher at 4Xc
bid; 4: No 2 ra'xcd. Oats closed at 37c
asked May: t7M: No. 2 mixed.
Spot cotton was unchanged In the local
FOLK ANNOUNCES HIMSELF:
DECLARES HIS LOYALTY
TO DEMOCRATIC PARTY.
r..nilii,i.., ,,ni i'nsr onr, Part Ml.
New Yoik. Oct. it Arrived: New York,
Philadelphia. Oct II -Sailed. 11:5) a. m.:
Steamship Haverford, for JJvcrpooL
Liverpool. Oct. 2S Arrived: Campania
and Ctttc. from New Yorl..
San Irands-o. Oct 21 Sailed: Brig Lur
line, AlUl.i. stramcr Barracouta. Pana
ma: lurk Olvropiu. Honolulu, schooner
General Banning. Mazatlan.
Cherbourg. Oct 21 Arrived: BIcuchcr.
via Plymouth, for Hamburg
Bremen. Oct. 51 Sailed: rriedriclt Der
Grossc. Sot York, via Southampton.
Havre. Oct. 21. Sailed: Ii Touralnr.
New York: La Champagne. New York.
Southampton. Oct. II. Sailed: Philadel
phia. New York. via Cherbourg.
Antwerp. Oct. 2L Sailed: Finland. New
York Liverpool Oct- 24. Sailed: Etrurla. New
Genoa. Oct 21 Arrived: Hohcmollcrn.
Marseilles. Oct. 24. Armed: Clarh'ull.
Hong-Kong ami Manila. (
Nantucket IJght&hlp. Oct. 24 Arabic
trom IJverpool ad Qucntown. for New
New Yoik. Oct. 21. Sailed: Umbrla. Uv
erpool. Minneapolis. London. Pretoria.
Hamburg, via Plymouth and Cherbourg:
Kroonland. Antwerp: Princess Irene Ge
noa and Naplc: Murncssla. Glasgow. :
Norge. fhrisllania and Copenhagen.
Cherbourg. Ort. 24 -Sailed. Philadelphia
(from Southampton). Nt-w York.
IOii'lon. OcL 24 Sailed: Menominee,
Offlrer Watched Piers for
Months, but Turner Came in
Neu York. Oc. 24. John Turner, the
IZngllshman who was arrested while deliv
ering an addres last night, by officers of
the Immigration Bureau, the arrest being
made under that section of the Immigra
tion Jaw empowering the Secretary of
Commerce and Labor to apprehend and
deport anarchists, was given a hearing be
fore a board of special Inquiry at Ellis
Island to-daj. He was ordered excluded
and will be deported nezt Wedncsdaj.
"We have been awaiting Turner for
about three months," said Immigration
Commissioner Williams to-day. "We knew
he was bound for this country, and every
ship's manifest was carefully scrutinized.
We have had several misunderstandings
through holding up the wrong John Tur
ner. How he got Into the country Is a
puzzle to us. The authorities in Washing
ton learned of his presence here and sent
Turner refused to tell how he reached
this cltj. but Mr. Williams believes ho
came by way of Canada.
COULDN'T SPELL WEDDING,
BUT GAVE ILLUSTRATION.
Spelling Dec Leads to Doable Wed
ding and Trouble for Girl 'Whole
Paducah, Ky Oct. 24. "Wedding" was
the word which sent six young people at
their seats in a spelling bee held in a Cal
loway County schoolhouse last night.
There were three of each sex and they
had. It happened, driten to the affair to
gether. On the way home the -girls poked
lun at their escorts for missing such a
word until the joutig men proposed a.
triple elopement for the next day, to
which the girls agreed
They made an early start for Metropo
lis. I1L. in separate buggies. Hermann
Davlnla. 20 jears old. with Clarice Daw
son. IS years old. in the lead. After them
came A. li. Wltte. IS jears old, and Ver
rle Klley. IS vears old.
The third bride was Miss Otle Edwards,
13 years old. who was to meet her fu.ure
husband at the wharf. Her early start
aroused her parents's suspicion, and they
?ei uul in pursuit.
She was overtaken a mile from the fer
ry and led back, crying as though her
heart would break.
The others were successful and were
married by a. Justice of tho Peace. Their
irate fathers were held back from an ex
pedition to take tho scalps of both Justice
and License Clerk, by the argument that
it wa3 too late, and would do no good.
feat at the hands of the Kutler. followed
Mr. Polk in a speech that cave deilancc
to tho Poll; opponents in St. I,"uis.
He said. In part: "Mr. Hawts in an in
terview announces that hi friends css-jre
him he ran go Inlo the contention . Ilh
the solid vote'r St ix,uL Mr. Hawes
eancot do that. Ii would be man clou if
Mr. roll., commanding such wonderful
support in the State, should not co.-rmand
more In what has teen tlie scene of hli
"I admit that he hn the hostility or the
machine. I can assure vu that the citi
zen', of St. Loul. art- with Mr roil;. Busi
ness men's cluLs. citizens' cubs are lav. I
lag form-.! all over that e!-v. An nr-nnl-
zation as complete as Mr. Hav.es em over
hive will tn-et him at cverc point. Not
on inch of ground will lie concede.
"The-e are men there as oH and as
skilled as Mr. Hawc.s and Mr IMf.er. who
are stripped for th, fra.v. C.donel BUI
Swift, for thiriv vcars the ablest ihm-.-.
cf St laiuK lieutenant Governor John
B. O'Meara. Henry Quellmilz. Given
v-awpurii. tony MLeve- -,nd others skill -I
in politics, wlwe mmj is legion, are
ready to cross swords with Mr. Ha we
Tho overwhelming public sentiment In
Tavor of good government, far more pow
erful than the wily schemes of any set
of men. stands readv io uphold the ef
forts of men everywhere in S: Louis to
send a Polk delegation to the convention.
"Organization as complete as man ever
know, efforts as untiring as were ever
made, are on the scene of nctlon In St.
Louis to stay, to help the crand old Mis
souri Demoerncy honor the most con-p'e-uous
and successful champion of good
government our tlm lias known."
very Lw rren came up from St. l.uis I
tO nttpml thA nnnM -. ..
, - - tis vi me campaign.
Hicnds of Mr. McLwd tried to dl-cour-age
a large parti from St. r-niii vv.
I do not want am one in sav th.
us.'ns patronage to get crowds.- rema-keJ
one of thf part.
Dorsey A. Jamison. N W McL-od. W
M. Smith. George J. Tanse: . WIlliamMa
rion ISaedy and Former Speaker of tho
nouse of Delegates William H. Hughe., a
FUr.ch friend of A. C Stuever. tho South
Sid- bor. came up on the same train with
POLK CHATS WITH HA WES
During the ride from St. Louis to Han
nibal. Horry B. Hawes. who was on his
way to the Heather fishing party nt the
Sni Clubhouse, spent an hour or so in the
smoker talking with Mr. Folk, Mr. Mc
Leod and others. It was the first time
that Mr. Hawes and Mr. McLeod hail met.
"I have heard a great deal of you." said
Mr. Hawes. and then added, "through
some of the newspapers "
"Tho acquaintance Is mutual." laugh
ingly answered Mr. McLeod. tho secretarr
of the business men's organization
"I am glad to meet you."
Mr. Folk and Mr. Hawes "joshed" each
other about their political ambitions. Mr
Folk permitted Mr. Hawes to read a rroof
of his speech.
"It's a good speech from your point of
view." said Mr. Hawes. "but. then, there
are omer points of v:w." Both men
During th morning, a few of the poli
ticians who were acauainted with rtrrmii.
llcan politics in St Louis were Joking
about a trick which Democrat opponents
or air. Kolk had played.
Charles V. Comrort, Auditor of the Post
Office, and Charles ScholL another well
known St. Louis ward worker, appeared
and were busy telling why they were for
Candidates for State oBIce took advant
age of the day to mix with the visitors
to the Folk meeting. Nodaway County
sent down a large party of local enthusi
asts, who are booming the candidacy of
James Todd of MaryvUle for Lieutenant
oovernor. Mr. Todd was formerly a
member of the State Board of Arbitration
and Mediation, and resigned only a few
One of his enthusiastic supporters is
Representative C. J. Colden. rival editor
of Mr. Todd. Others of Nodaway
County were Attorney L. C. Cook. Frank
Owens. William McKee. James Hoga.i.
William Job. A. T. Wing. J. a Shlnabar
ger and L. C Gooden.
H. R. Oglesby, better known as Hube
Oglesuy. of Warrensburg, who recently
lost a suit for damans because of an
amputated leg and from which srew the
famous Shepherd contest decision of the
Supreme Court, arrived at noon and dis
tributed cards announcing his candidacy
for Railroad and Warehouse Commis
sioner. Judge William E. Fowler of Excelsior
Springs. Clay County, the home of O. P.
Gentry, private secretary to Governor
Dockery. shook hands with the Demo
crats and said that he would canvass the
entire State for the nomination as Lieu
tenant Governor He will make his first
appearance in Ray County In a few days
Judge A. M. Woodson, candidate for the
Supreme Court, who lives here, was one
" umj cariy callers on Mr. Folk. His
brother. Doctar R. C. Woodson. Superin
tendent of the St Joseph Insane Asjlum.
also called. L. H. Mugrave or Ash Grove.
Greene County, candidate for Sceretar
of State, is one of the principal visitors.
Others present include Railroad and
Warehouse Commissioner Joseph P nre
of St. Louis. Charles L. Woods of Holla.
Robert IL Kern of Macon. Congressman
andlvcr or Cape Girardeau. Assistant
State Auditor J. W. Wilkinson or Jefferson
-. oiaie nenator stubbs of Mound City
Judge Virgil Port-r of PlatUburg and
J. Eastin: Mtmbershlp. O. E. Sliultz: Fi
nance. T. P Vnnnntta: Entertainment.
It. C. Wheeler: House. John Brown.
Mr. Folk s.oke at lbs Tootle Opera
MR. FOLKS ADDRES.
Mr. roll: raid, in rwtt:
any State there Is presented nn lsu he
ram which all other i'sues are lnslgnlfl-
1 believe In cxnoslrg and punishing
Democrat I raM-als the same as Htptib-
....... m-s-Hi. tiemocrats Just a little lilt
2? ""i i J""1 HepuMlcans. because thev
sh.,ui,i know I tti-r. Official are not
'mtu id nmsn-iir. nnlv nnllllrat onto-
u is a pieaant privilege to addre's the iifiit. tMit to -ufnrce the law imiurtlully
iwmecrat.s or this splendl c.t. I am
reminded of the fBet that this Was the
home of Silas Woodson, the first Oovern-ir
the Democrats elected after the stormy
period .f the civil War. The name or
SIIss -Vor,pn I he d in hlh regard by
ad Democrats fur III sturdy honesty, lis
h gh charni ter and h s true Dem racy.
He was the iwg.nnln; or the unbroken
line ..f n.t lutli t.K ... - .
whose manamm of tne S,rt n(ra VR. v&",i;?kJtVrriSn,d;,f.,rh:n.;.'rr5:
lltwt all nrriuler.s The etnsk of tle-
inoeraey shuui.1 t torn from him who
trios .. use i, ,,, Mllr nU sumption. If
wrenK-ong exists the sooner It Is dU-
u. i-nsi .inn siot.ne.1 the letter for the
part and i-tai i ,j nt beiMC n ru.--.nc
.ur y t.. mrruptlnn. fur fear that
UV rr.HUlli ,i fuj- .11,0111 It lh nartv mlhl
or party defense or
'The onl n,n to siarrp out corruption
x to tut u .umI hit li haul wh.-.-ver and
wrierever It nil...... t.-ir t u. ,i .. Mni.
know- who insets are No honest man
lias reflected credit on the party they rep
resented. "!i the early Jys or our Government
elllJers w.r 0jW on governmental
mnt or .... I, ib;. ,ini InliT.
1UIIV to j..; ri( of nilMlc Dlumlt-n-rs
jnrre are Ixin-llers in the Ueniocratio
t Ti r' r mv "''' ' l rnt Propose
to allow the-n to mak. me give un mv
most -.n ncuouii aov i ba IZ::' ""' '.W'P-e to no an i can to gci
of onnmo. .1,. .. . ," -. . '" "".. I He lrtv
son and A.exainW Ilaavilton. JrtTers in j
t-elieved In the rule of the ura.ilt'. Hamll- I
ton arivoc.itr.1 a restrlc.el frinch!e and I env.
sm-ciai pr.v.IegeA The Democratic IMrty -Tb- n., , .
-'........aut- Mil) 7IHIUIII M.II1II lur
THE MISSOPm IDI."
'The skijan mu-t i:
-o corapriml.e with public HuihI.t-
ARIUIGANCE OP BOODLERS.
"It is said tint this doctrine would lo
.(X) Democratic votes n gj. louis, i
deny nat there are that many Democratic
bondlers In St. I.ouls or anlhmc like it.
Think of the arrogance of boodlrrs. who
claim that much mrength In .-t. Louis!
-iLSV l l ? ") 'a .""J'Wr n the Demo
cratic iit In St. Lou.s.
'"T"1'" t.l1n"" i come when lio-dle vote'
and boodb- advk-e mu.t not govern In itii
counclsol the party Any man nominated
on any tlekrt in Mi-sUil at this time to
i . ij.wp.iif innuences should y
PROPOSES SPECIAL ELECTION
TO SUBMIT DIKE QUESTION.
llBjor , Ur win TaUr This
Conrsi t nlenii Itallrnni'a bttrr
L"nWs arnng-rreits are so.m made with
the railroad' and oth. r Ireiustrles on the
East Skie. Major jH t'wik of Ki-t t.
omLV1 "'"'w ."." ";Ian""'' of eivlc right- ' L"" will rail a -cIh1 elation to b-'
or toKla) sl.mds for the tea. hi lies of J. f-
terson. wlill the Riublcati jvarty rerc
sntK the doctrines of Hamilton. The e---ence
or true Demivtaey Is embraced In
thtse words; Equal rlthts tn ail: -t.-i-.i
prtvil-ges to non. ' This means a tariff
Tor revei.ue only, and not as a. special
ravur for an indUMry.
i nere Is a growing n-ccsslty for tariff
redu-tlon. The high-tariff policj makes
the rarmcr pay a tribute to the manuiac
turrr to the extent of the difference !
twen what he would pn for the protect
ed artki.- he buj.s if there were on! a
revenue tariff on them, and wnat he artu
uily pas r6r th uniicr thc ,irowt,
sVTtem The so-calle.1 infant ii.Iu-tn-.
have bee I.roft-.,d at the people's rv
Pne until th-v are now lhe burly giants
of cemmeree. mensclr-g our industrial wel
fare. It tihsrd.;. pn-wble to suppress t e
trusts bv one hsrd whll- the oth-' fee.i-
ir;? uiem win, the meat of proUttion. on
which they -row fat and arrogant. The
dortrlc of protecti. n Li splendid for s
clal interests, but it laves the jwople out
in the cold. It 1 time now to give tht I
I eop'e some protection. -Equal rights :n '
an rronittit.s financial ItgislMion Rivl-c
special privllfges to anv class, that no
l-eoplc shall be govt rn.d without their cor
ett: rrcInm of t.ie press: freedom of re
l!gi6n. and fr-edou cf tlie pcr-sHi.
"But there is no division among Mis
souri I-raoerats en national Issu?. W.
supported the Kansas City platform at.d '
"ie .mourl ldea-the unrelenting cv
lure ami punishment of otilcial gtnfters.
The Democratic partr sbuu d bring about
the da In Ml-ouri when olllrlul litigrit
will be as saerrd as remale v.rtue and as
zeaiouW) guanlnl. It is time.' said Smuel
n"o..T!i.k'n' .,l" " Iemoirat. 'to an
wT..,.?'1 "'free the dicre.- mat h
i, ii n'1, '" lh' P'Pe. I.ic.ugh he steal
liV, u!L' '""n " tn, uevli In.
s. i iS"41 That J's-trlne ihou.d lie
ihomiT"' now " ' nM nh,,n TIMen
ln TS.'.'"c!.nt ,n' ci"- '- "' h'
ivt.iiT2S' -1lr '" '"'"'- I'tnioi-r-t no.
rmy r" "' abolc a"' a 'U"iic en-
ur'.iZ d?''''".'" Mcil- for law
wlli"; Tn.- tMttK to .tiforce the law
lie ...r. . ,"on Ti:c ,,v, '" nw''e "
i enfotcM. 11..1 tn lie .ILsnnle-l If the
- .wi. me remiiiv i in r.r
Wlien onle laws are
r.'."?. ' .Ix-itik ratio party cmut
?t!!L V hollt. lwo11r- -- as sorn- c'alm.
then I rav that It Is fr - ttr t.. ko down
t.i li.iiK.raU, defeat tlan to ilishiiiorable
hi'.','il!."n"'i.mrn al"" ry to hMe be
hind the shield or Hrt Tliev try to
make It aps-jr lui alia kx ..n them ,r--jLindi-rs
on the mv to whleh Ihsv i.e
b.rg The rry l.Hiest f.r wrtv wh-n
IDJ. -rS. ' of, '." ""eigfK tand of lli
inw They ml take thrmselves f.ir the
'?'!?' . I"v' "'ul In the past an I
shall alwa decline to Hdvo.aie on the
stump even bv lixllrettimi things I liave
dTiouneril In court if -m ntn... i.A M..
idtMSUr to dfrru! mv .art. f...n, ..ni...
attacks but ir thet.- Ie nih!iig wrong or
eoriupt even wlth'n the part. 1 stall
make the attack myeir.
"Th-re has l-n a great ilol r.f eom
Plaliit aliout lire Interest of Republicans,
in Democratic affairs The rank md file
'. ,h" Republican partv is hoth.t Let
them tak all th Interest thev please
, " I should like to see everv Republican
in Mlurl change his jwilltlcs ami vote
th- Demeeratl- ticket The Democratic
lamp shout i always be burning, and any
ronest Republican who knocks at the door
of th part should te gladly welcomed.
Hut no iKHvlltn- Itepub'tcan neel applv;
If he dMw 1 will If one to cast a black
tall against him
We need ad the votes we can get. awl
It li follv to run them ofr tr ih. rimwi.
cratlc tlcki t can get no nepubhean votes
md the Republican ticket jwlls Demo
cratic votes it ttoes, not take a prophet to
.." T"7 "witeirr i ine rwn irft us nsK
r-al n t a" :' " holiest citizens to Join with
nt en- U! ,n ." fS" ari'nst corruption. Mid the
I.l-w.l . . -. ....
... . '. . " riert for ,i'l law is ei- '" iiik ami in rninronm
t. ". '."L .Thre i Mil r-'v ts ditle re- t of.i5ht"
,'., i;r,r"' of t- law In Amer- ' , "T '-mwraiic ir:v -4 t,i party of
ia The reason Is th- lax tv with vvh ch I '? l-t us keep It .., n .3h alwas
. !.... ----- . .-....,. ,,-,n M.....T :.
j.. ...umi up t.v .ntaugin: ir mi..s niait .,iur '-', ,w vr ,,,J" ' nm--s to t.
,?.T'le '"" ""nttiMilons ..- elrt-thw. ! ,)Xf '"x- rwnv ni'r y u defend
ti at when tl.ey get in office their hands "''"" " k wo-d.i delMu.h It f..r
aie iitci. s isn rn!s
.i."1" ''offrino that all are equil lie' r ' "P"" PPl-,,H' Itm'crt. who are
.... ww w.und. well, but has a rithe-i"' "m Pnnnp ". ire row in the saddle.
ft tlM 111 iv . . m nil' in, Iknuumlj no ... ... . -
flwl MmM-ir I iiktLa lrtl k T11 J?" w" of n2hl aiHl
ki nTKarun-HS til
t us nrt forret tlM.
li I. r:,v' reponslbi'lt testing upon the Dem.
'I I u.ilLi nn.f u.l t. ..u I 1. a.
... ... -... n... t-. u- rWJK iur KUIUrflrT
held on fsti-mher J. to sul.m t the t.roi-
sltlnn of r..rn.lns the citv o E.st St lJais
ir:o a dike dKtrUt. This hill ,.. none to
cmil-1 itw raiiroois to .J., th. Ir slurt of
the work in taut lilt thlr tm. t. . rrm
UIKf. piotri-iliiK tn.. en, trom tn. ito-M I
uai.-is or ta.. i,,)..R!.ij,l.1 tu . ,..nK i
to it., plir.s will. , have i-. a preisir. -. ,
! Ity r.nisineei K. . H.ini i
Vhil Jlajo.- Cit.K Iihs iMr.tui a-ur
ar.ts irftii time to t m. itnt tnc raiir..i.:-i ,
vim- itvnn.l.iy c..n.-1'Uiliv tl.ij plans, h.
s.ij tiuit so lar tut-Tir r,i. Im..i no at.'tloii I
lMkn II. liuerKis tiut r- th ttn.e for'
th- r-nnt; til-e n th. nv.r tht- .ilki s I
lro.tt i.iilt the rtl. shnll 1 ,nir.iu,.t
- .. " --- - ..-.i .-.. .
I In pniii on r. i...-h uy.r .k h.ts rn-rn J
workinu is to .n.l'if.- me lailnni.. ji,.i
1-iIh r n.ri r.ti.rnn to tim- thi inam-r i.
n. i.uilu tiiei.- ,ri m the cukes, so tn.
ity cm. b th. iaeAiK ot oriilii.ui.-, j I
is-ar.n on the cice. Irti.nl Its part. I in-,
viator look b li.ve. 1- the simpl-st miiu
tion or the quTMioti
To this end 11- Ink 1v.hI numerous Inter- I
views w-lih railway olltcwls. and j.t-rda
iio .lppointetl a cmmlttie ot rrpn-sent.1-nnt
'L"W -"f-r with the railnwd
and crpuntte iPttreMt. in an ettort to ar
iem '" y "lu,1" "' lhr dike prob-..iL,-rV
'-ZP ln vhalmwii or Hie commit-
.. . " ""'""ifraiiEPi jr t- T.Jones
Doctor II r. I-alrbrothr. I. V iia,H
I M Horner. T I Fi kete J t vv-
T.... .-i.-" r ,...' -1 rreeit..
roioiigs Life by
It Touches, Makes Good,
Rich Blood, Cures Sleep
lessness and All fiery-
tS: ,.Z.Z"Z"'. " .." .i-.r.
VSXl-.ll.'. "rt'T. " '"ine bring '"SSLRKS f'.
" "' m maiiee or lil win
71 a TskSi am-f
f?ei- ? ?" tn Mm up R.me wret-h whn
.ft it L1 . " ,,r "eafc a lour or breid.
u J,. f'.'" mother thing wlwi th- law
,'.,-: -V". i 'o.. wnn clean iit cli de
Sr Si . arf"' "'-I Plunder the people
or.?" cnllte city rr Stite
I nnnM lise to
Ilta lifts nilmlnla
1 lltAlllIrl rmj -. t. - .
lusiit ii... " ' rvr"i. " lain), sj
I Mf.i.,.1 Ij.V -" iiv- io "-e ine mw
- -.wlJhonf resard to party frlen.1-
tv i- ii K. VrorvullnK oillcer In an cun
lL vTlit li lscar7 P"1 hU oa,h "' ""
I -P.e 1? wb" can Th-n we uill h, t
uS5ui2 rXHJ rtsht" to a"- ri,aI "rt'-
3IIL nn.K'S AXXfU-VfEMKNT
A great deal has ln said alwut the
5r ,'hS,,"'.,"P f '"?" This is an hont
or that an, Iran ml-h. n,n .,.-.
candidate in 19M rnA the Chicauo titelform
and candidate In ISSC. rnd we believe we
were ribt then"
STATES FISCAL APPAIll.
"In Stale matter IKmocrats w th one
acconl are proud of the management i.r
tne r-tate s arfirj b the Democratic wir
ty since the scepter of power was placed
in Oorernor Woodson s hands thirty ears
ngo. During that time the bonded Indebt
edness has been nduced from KLTtsW to
JUS,Sa. rtprcenttsl by the school cer
tificates. Othei than thes- certificates
there Is no landed indebtedness now, at.d
the interest on tli-a; is by Uw wki into
a fund to malrta n the public schools of
the State ana the State University.
"These certificates are In the nature of
an endowment fund for public education
In the State. When Governor Woodson
took charge of the reins of government
thirty j ears ago. the rate of taxation was
rLrrL.tt s nr-.h-" ?".w,a?
dollars, and S cent, of thU Is tunsl back I fhe a thSfTni???': -"
to the principles of tnie Democracy, which
'ar enduring because the are right, and
Invincible localise thev are jut.
IlltlHKUV THE IPSCK
"The eradication of bribery Is threfore
tlie paramount Issue lsfore the t-or!.
RKLIKl- l'iHT I.IM.s HMtlllxti:.
RelMtr AiMcntures f Kl.i.,,1 Alter
Dinner la Served.
A barbecue wan glu-n J-rt. nlav artnr
r.oen at Linvlowm-. Kasi st I "nis I..
I the members of the Commissary D-imm-
...v... mm st-rveti uunng the flood in Ea-t i
Sf. Iaui. All sorts of meats were loat- A n nnn n-nnniln in r i rnit-
StttiS S rz- :'5tz?: 12,000 PfcRSONS IN S I . LOUIS
oner w.ih not "nH until j .. m jo .
- un it tne nincll'ii in Doctor J. L.
Wiggins- a.it several a!jant4.
imnnic in- cinner. s-it.tion were sung
t a quartet. romposs or the Allies
I.ri-tta Donovan. Urace llattun. Estel e
.Hi.irnl, and imp .smith, ot hi. i,,iu.'.
Alter lh- nl.uur th. triwil gataerea ati-i
I'J the lulu ot th.. nrn an turcnes stoti-j
! ailventure ..n.l an.-e-itcs or tne ilooi
vere tohl hy men amj women.
nusi,Ke Maker loses Hand.
-.3 i,. ie'ijv. a t-ausaKtmukw. tm-I
.:U .hL,!rr.!! ' .SyVi V-ffrT'S
Testing This New Great Cure fo.
Dyspepsia and nervous Troubles.
PAW PAW, THE WORLD'S TONIC.
liig or m name f ,r that high ofilce.
To ;m. mv frlen.ts I h- n. i
tancy in saving that ir m, nart, in th. "" eonsejenre uas begun,
ezercis- of fts VrtlVll v.eelntVo name ' . "U,,t ,he Ppb-of Mlsenurl
mc for that pUce. loldd tS, reclSInt I l l? trta.- lh5J r' Kor.
.iviit ,a " .' lo 'lo oflK-rwise than
;VPV ' rto. "" cl,lm tn hive done anv-
w .uld I nke it as a reward for my hum
.,.;f.r'M,,tav,,r! "". "rint about a 1-tter con-
to the public for educational purposes.
The Stat- debt of jn.ToS.009. which the
Democrat found when they came Into
power, has. together, with some 2.&.Crt)
In Interest, been paid. The last or the
bonds wcro taken up and canceled under
Governor Decker 'a administration. leav
ing the school certificates the only out
dltioi ' ;.a-V"T.'"" '-".ercun-
-.-: .is. una 2mie nnnirs
, ?!J? ,h1l,lB"' of trust asslgneil
-- v'.tj uu mv fin iv imiiap m
111 nrAK It
the most that any man can do In rublk
and nrivate life Is t H-. 1.1. ,J,v '
.i.'.ii. ti nt L wnpensatkn for doing my
nley-'L,than tht.a',l'r"va' of he peo
ple The governorship offers tremendous
nubXJn LorUl ao--nvSS'nror
publa- KOJO. Jet if the partjr bestows thil
horor ur-JB another. I sll. not complain
ToL.1'." lte ,m ray ,aal support
T.ien arc nunr honest tnn i. .1 K '
S'X!te.Sn rcore orh- " i
Stanrtlnr- flnin-l.l i.MI.,... .1.. ...... I Of thU distinction.
" " --vna ui mc .11H- , . ., .i,,,..,.., ... , .. . .
... ....a lmm.1 i-noa in ine nislorr of
our party and the State, no man's "amM
t on should be considered but the Sm of
tlie tarty and public should alone be k"
In view Individuals ure of hut iu,sit-,
The wondertul growth or the Industries
or the State durlnr the th rty ears or
Democratic rule has ben unsurpassed
Our raliwave. msnutai idHm mint. ..
rtcultural and other re-sourcei have pros
pered greatly. I-ubiic institutions have
"eefi fortcreii and encouraged The Slate
University at Co.umbjt has been made one
of the greatest instliutlcns of learning in
tho United States The o.d Confcde-ale
soldiers are cared tor In a State home at
HlgglnsvIUe. while the old Federal rol
diers have a State home at St Jamtn.
"Thus Missouri Is mrlnr Imrvn-.l .l. en
tile survivors ot those Wia ore the b U"
moment, principles are immnrtaL Th
ou-stlon Is not what any Individual wants
but what th people want The individuals
mentioned in this connection will soon
pass away, but the effect of what the
people of Missouri do In this crisis wil
go thundering down the ng and have its
Influence for good or evil on coming gen
era t Ions.
"There la one thiuc rertnln. that If
Knr.t j caniu eel ine Rovernorsltlp
lek in thundT times upon this mighty
Usue. The result of the right lure will
give enciuraKement ami cheer to the bw
abldiv; everywhere, or discourage and de
press. "-My friends. It Is no exaggerat'oi to
say that the eyes of tne worn are on
MLssourl. to see what the people here are
going to di on this momentous tpiestlon.
ir thbi great State, with its glorious h s
turv. with Its memories or illustrious
statesmen, who have a.ided lus.er .o i. e
pages or our tountry's hlstor:. shouW
shrink from the task, then it might will
l-e l-ellev.-d that the decadence cf th pub-
are not go-
T to rhrpA
ia- rtrongnoi.i or tne corruptlontsts again
ami airtin uniii 11 is snattereti ny tile
shafts or the law and riddled bv the
nr?htv power of public opinion. I.et Mis
souri h- distinguished as no other State
d-stlngulshed for good government Let
M-ssourl lead the other States ami set an
example ror them to follow
"When Insolent corruption sneeringly
asks 'Wliat are you going to do about
It" let our answer be given bv hundr-ds
if thousands of pa tr. otic MUa-ourl Demo
crats, who hate corruption and dpisc
'Then Missouri- the fifth State In norni.
Iation. will la? the first In civic r::n;eous
nes and American manhoce.
1 rue Democracy means the rule of Un
people. It Is time for the people of Mis
souri to no their own thinking, and take
he government Into their own hand,
where It belongs. With the Missouri De
mocracy true to Its traditions on the sMc
of civic honor the hosts of error will
vanish like evil spirits at the dawn or
T E. BCRTON.
national Stotk Vents. .t h.s nanit ve-.
tetnay ill a aiiage nuirnine. Ketore tne
macnine oual isj riOipea, nis hamt ws
tut on at the wrist He wes taken U
tne Henrietta Hospital.
East Side Itenltj Transfers.
R-ai wal. trxiMl.rs Bfc-d It reio d tn HeU
vtil. trsrny) nle
Kmma Uvlt anu nitsn.1 t K. C llnty
UK. bir Vvrar r-itl,Lskn. tt sc
lnji. wairsnty t, ZZ
C. II. t hamti fatia sni vf. in r 1 lrtc
bam. kU I.. i. zi Vy Zk h-x . un.1 mnf. va
in lirKbl.. r-.t el. lan.i. Ks.maty iteeJ,
J V. S.hlsl.r and trlfe to m. C Jlmn.lt.
pmri lots a to . M-k sC. rure-nnnt annex.
rt pi ikiu. v,artm,t u.ea. 11 :
ki.J ru". to M 1 '" t 3 and :.
M.k f. Iautioce st.Ullrh.ka. narrsatr d-u.
IrUD 3IW1 ItlWtrln. lV.mn.nr In
'"" v.ar. t-K't sKrrf) in to iji. aoj
MHSt. t-iaoKla tisnniuaaelus, arran.) drCM.
nnn Inns. .. h,. . .!& n.... -k. . - I l.s e,at.n.-n. ..... .. i.i. .. .
lng school for bos at Uoonvt.Ie, the I- i nd tlml vrltliout this I roniil
dustrlal Home for Gltls at Cnlll cnthe. the ! no1 Kfl ". wonld not bnve It. 1 bail
SHOWS SYMPTOMS OF RABIES.
Henry Teejie Suffering From Ef
fects of Dog liite.
Henry Teepe. 2) years old. living at Xo.
kz Chambers street. Is at the City Hos
pital suffering from what the pyhMrfans
believe to be a caso or hyrophobla. He
was brought to the hospital yesterday
morning In a serious condition, and lart
night nls recover- was considered doubt
ful. Two months aeo. while returning to his
home from the Anheuser-IJusch brewery,
where he L t-mplcyed as an oiler, a dog
b.t him on the toreflngcr of the right
hand. He paid no attcnticn to the Injury
until three dcys ago. when he became III.
New Illinois Corporations.
bprlnnBeld. IlL. Oct ! -CerUIVcate! of h-or-IKMHtlon
were Ist-ueO 1.7 tccretar, of bute
I.te v.ihir s rdlows:
ttal. M"i daJliie .nmlkend nur.utamurini
nMIk pndi.ts. tuoorporat . Albe.t J ulscu
c2r,, " ?ea and William J candl .-
.J"1 "" It-la I Mtr.hanU Asso.UUvn l"e-
Jf rtOT,-Kred C. I-aulej. U. L Co-1.1 n and r
The Galrra Iron Works. CJtoa. tplul 1 . tTroon. Baxter Brown. City Clerk and
.ors?r..n,,0i,'''no-l''-'''- 'Richer for Mayor Reed, survejed th-
The M't-lianlctLuig and luita'o Cami. iie-t- crowds W. L. Salmon and J. L. Chrls-
Crmn.it.wr- cap,a' ""' ittenofTarklo attended the meeting Judge
The rollowlng editors from Wiw...
Mlsisuri were aLso on hand:
J. X. Craig. Agency Recorder. E. E.
Rettlg. Platte aty Argus; Carl M. Bro
slus. Uberty Democrat. Harry Roloff.
Plattsburg Democrat-Lever. R. W. Stock
man. Princeton Press. O. E. Smith. Ra
venwood Gaxettc: Gcorre A. Trigg, Rich
mond Conscrvrtor; J. s. Leonard. King
City Democrat. Robert S. Lynn. Lnwson
Review: II S. Garvcr. Grant City Times.
John A. Clark, Special Representative,
Canercn. C. L. FIcklin. De Ksgb County
Herald: MarysvIUc. Mo.: Jewell Mayes.
Richmcnd Mlssourlan; A. R. Alexander.
J. ai tanee of Bethany, candidate for
Attorney General, put in his appcirancc
to-night. Klmbrough' Store, son or Sena
tor William J S'one. arrived in the af-
capital siork nci-a-U f oni I e.OW to lktCH
nambtr tf d iectps trim th ee to Jive
Iitinols Supreme Canrt.
Spricsfl'.d. 1 1.. Oc II. Proceedings in
the Supreme Court to-day were nn f;:-
Chicago. i:ar!inon s-d QiHncj Itillwaj r
Jfhnson. time .0 tile rtplr I.ri"fs xtmlrd are
belder.acfciag v Tonn cf A-iilrv; niu'ien to
strike nc'dllloaal abslreets fvtn hrfii. OHiirO
hbea ,T Teufert. i.K.lioo to n- Is. c.-ua triors
and hrlits ot Kutti fram aim Jen.ed
Glos vs Ilolsir. .lien .yt-d mi short record
People V" People's liaa Uhl end Oike Coa
rany inctkHi to dbnnits ai-sal on anott rec
ord. Taker on cs'l
Jtlervey vs People. Carter va. lVsnle. leo
Ple vs. liileago an.1 Alton Railway: Hauls .
Keriroy. lies., vs. Kill'lirtw Clinejr vs rrouie.
IUunjgartnr ve liraot. Mienre t. liorkins.
Foote vs. Ldke fcsiitr. lfWe,EcbIag va. Tora
ef Antfoc l-1llcaca Cltr Itallway vs o IKot
nalk people vs. Indiana. I'hlcao felon Tra?
tlon Companv vs Urowd. Oantzer vs. Kchmeltz.
Mrong vs. IMgnan. People rx rel vs. liurke.
Shea vs. Tufrrt.
A4ouri.ti to S a. m. Monday.
home for the enllentle snrf rm.hl. minri.i
at Marshall, ihe normal scliools at Cape
Girardeau. Klrksvi Ie and Warreneburg
would tie a credit to any State. The L n
coln Institute at Jeffer-on City prov des
for the education or the negro at Siate
expense. The asylums at St. Joseph. Ful
ton. Nevada and r-'arminzton care tor the
unfortunate Insane in the mnst entii-i.i.
ened and humane manner.
"But what doea all this avail If cor
ruption In public office Is allowed to go
on unhampered? When peop'e ajk about
the exposures or official corruption that
have startled the entire clvlllxed world,
t Is hardly satlsfactorj- to answer by
pointing out what has been accomp.lshel
alo.ig other lines.
'Irh.e "rt11' disclosures of offlclal
venality has brought the people or Mis
souri credit ror what has been done and
grave responsibilities for the rotor, ti..
disease has bee, ehe.-lfeH ,..,. th. n .i
Hiuuecan make tne cure permanent Sj rar
as th' Democratic party Is concerned the
exposures wl.l be nn asset or liability,
aa the party may act.
There can be no dispute ixtneen
Democrats as to the fiscal management or
the State, and all take a pride In the mag
nlflcent Institutions or the Commonwealth.
The on! division is concerning the shock
ing venality discovered In the legislative
departments of muulcinal nnrt stt .-.,-
The revelations of official corruption In
St. Louis and Missouri make the nues
jon squarely as to what the Demo
"fc party and what the people of
-u.reuuu Hie RU13K IO HO aSOUt a burning
!;c. After all this corruption has been
laid bare, can the Democratic party af
ford to go on as if nothing had happened?
i.r1 w,y!d be thought of the people or
Missouri ir they were to remain Ignobly
EU-nt arter they had been shown how they
hv-!f'n nercllcsly robbed ror ears'
When the people are Icnnnn; or exist
ing conditions they may be Innocentlv In
different, buttoleration of known abuses
is criminal. The people are sovereign, and
Thiol.'!,. Inal.hhlr power coirect the
IhltlgS that dishonor nn.l nnnw.. .. h i.
difference allow them to go on. The lileh
fn.hu,v r-'raating Missouri Democracy
Lmlhe '"dlcatlpn of bribery from putllc
K2SJi-M .Mld 'here, has not been much
boodllng atttr all-only a few petty of
fenders, "While other cities, no ilooht n.m ,..
as corrupt as St. Ia,uls, and the officials
pf other states as venal ns some or tho-e
In Missouri. It Is true that at no time o.
Piaee has so much offlclal corruption been
laid bare us here. Those who believe in
rrce government are looking to Missouri to
see it vindicated bj a righteous cltlzen-
Dtrrr of democracy.
There Is In Missouri a resDanslhnitt
for the suppression of these evils that the
Democratic party cannot escape. On the
n'iinr .iTiiiff i , .. " - -
I O. M. Spencer brought a party of ladles and j ". Z WZY a, dU," "8tS r
ileum the speeches frtm a box. State
Committeeman Htnry Quellmaii of St h? OI?-a'A"'J,ecau-"e '' ' Prty
, w- suss . ( iTTra air- "iTirwr"T-i-v it- a i.
high mission, must be the tun,- or .t
1 ailllc i"',n Vnn J.-t .
--.-. ....u mi uruami ior i oik. came
in from ICanas City.
Former fctate Senator Frar.cls M Wll
sor. iid J. W. McClarv of Piatte County
uni. Ecaalor 1-Var.k C.kIp.Ii of iv t-.,h
Coua.y were litre State Senator Voiles
calltd on Mr. Folk.
The da' programm-; was arranged un
der the auspices, or the Folk Democratic
Club ot Buchanan County, composed prlu--ipaliy
or business men. wboee standing
In the community Is or the test. Wholesale
and retail met chants, lawyers and phy
sicians arc a large part or the member
ship. The officers are as follow s: W. D Rusk.
pr--Wnt: Klwartl C Smith. Urst vicu
president: J. C Wyatt. second vice pres
ident: C C Calvert, third vice uresldcnt:
Jamer M. Irvine. recretar, and Frank
E. Curtis, treasurer.
Clialrmen of Committees Executive Ie.
of correcting this disgraceful and sliame-
t is the party
ir true to Its
sovemment and civic righteousness. The
Democratic nartv tna. r - .h ZZl.:".
good to the greatest number. It does not
matter that corruption exists in Repub
lican States: let them attend to their own
hpusecleanir.g. while we drive the public
plunderers from Missouri. The fact that
there are corrupt men In the Republican
party In no wise excuses the Democratic
party from getting rid of those In Its own
The Democratic party Is not a corrupt
Party; If I thought so. I would leave it.
There are corrupt men In ajl parties. N'o
party can be blamed ror corruption Unless
It condones eommtl.-ln In anmm wo., ss..
pnly reasonable demand upon any party
Is first not to elect men of bad or doubt
ful character and second when such hava
by mistake been elected to turn them out
and punish them to the extent of the law.
here Is no room In the Missouri De
mocracy for a boodler. Corruption Is an
Issue confronting the Democracy that
overshadows all other Issues, for when
ever corruption rears its hideous head In
rather at thonantitl limes mli.. ..
Jlre In private lite, rnnselous of In,.
Injc been true tn m enneeptlon tif
putilli- tints, tlmn In linve the creat
es! otn.ee In the bind bv belnR false
ta m better nature. There Is more
honor In lioneat private life than In
lilsh official position gained hy sac
rifice of principle.
So th-re ou have what I really think
on tbls question I ask you. my ftl-r.ds.
to believe that this Is all there Is of It
all that is seiash. I mean The ralth o'
my friends and b ni friends I mean
those whose hards I have never shaktn
as well as those r have Is all I have to
go on. I ask joii to believe in my sin
cerity, because, whatever the outcome ma
be. I want to keep that.
"I will not resign the cfflce I have been
assigned to for the purpose of electioneer
ing ror another, neither will I neglect the
duties or tlutt offi'e. going around seeklnp
a higher position. Of necessity, tny tlmt
will be so occunled with official work ve'
unfinished, but which I hope In have com
pleted early next ear. that I will hav
little opportunity to make speeches ove
the Slate At such times as the public
service will permit. I shall be glad lo ex
press m views on public questions to m
ASKS NO QI'ARTER
"In the discharge or mv duties as Cir
cuit Attorrcy of St Lou's. I have had
th support and assistance or honest men
of all partler and or respectable newspa
pers, regardless of political Hffl.latloni. I
appreciate their support, and It has been
or valuable service in the 1-attle against
the organized public riirerers.
"While in the discharge or my crucial
t'utles, I have endeavored to do so re
gardless or party, considering a criminal
as such, whether he be black or whit',
rich or poor Dttnocrat or Republican.
Protestant or Catholic. I stand before yoj
to-night as the Individual, as a Democrat
Micaktng it Democrats, having at heart
the welfare of cur party, and the good
cf our teloved Slate.
"What I have bnd to say and what
I shall say Is to Uemoemta. Wheth
er I shall be enlled upon tn be the
standard-bearer nf Ihe pnrly Is for
Dcmnerata alone fu any.
I do not expect anil do not vrnnt
an) bnoiller'N support. Am Inni; ns
f.od elves me life, whether In pal.
Ilr or private atntlon. I propose to
licht then, and iln nil la my power
to drive them from Missouri. I have
no fnrnrs to nk of then, nail no
quarter tn civet it Is uarelcntlus?
warfare. I nm prond nf the fact that
thev nre nil m bitter enemlea.
"I want the Democratic party to be the
party of civic righteousness. True Democ
racy abhors corruption. I believe In ex
posing and punishing corruption in the
Democratic party as well as In the Re
publican nartv The Democratic nartr
shall not with my consent be used aa a
cloak for villainy. There is no magic In
a party name to change crime Into inno
cence. That there are corrupt men in the
Democratic party no sane man doubts. We
cannot keep them from being In the par
ty, but we ought to keep them from run
ning the party.
"I have too much respect for tnr party
too much love for my State, to vote fcr a
boodler. even though his name be on the
Democratic ticket. Partisanship does not
mean the condoning or offenses by those
calling thetnselres Democrats, for they
are Democrats in name" only. Some par
tisans insist that the test of loyalty Is to
stand by the party right or wrong; to
defend the corrupt members regardless of
decency. This policy puts a premium or
corruption and weakens the party b
driving decent men trom It. The man who
sees no more in Democracy than this does
not know what Democracy means. He
mistakes policy ror principle. He Is the
aid or the boodler and the support or the
"Coder our political system party or
ganizations arc necessary, and. In order
that party organization mar be kept up
houest party workers should rnjoy the
fruit or partv victory, party organization
must be maintained and party leaders
sustained when right, but party loyalty
COLOR OF SHOES GAVE CLEW.
Detectives Arrest Men Charged
With Complicity in Robbery.
A desire to have hN shoes dyed black
ended In the arrjst of Edward Payne and
is companion. Kmmetl Russell, yesterday
n a charge of complicity In the robbery
af several saloons in East St. Louis Fri
he men were arrested bj Detective
t-'limn o ml Greely. who saw Iane and
.CU'ieil at Sixth and Market streets. Payne
J tn a rhstr subjecting" his shoes to a
-Iiange or color. One or the nun who
nbbvd the sainons in East St. Louis wore
hoes or russet leather Paynes shoes
ere of that hue. and the detectives H
elded to confront him with the charge.
John Hoffman, who was arrested shortly
irter the alltged robbery, gave the East
St. Louis police Information that ImpU-
atcd l"avne and Russell.
The offense li connection with which
Payne and Russell were taken Into cus
todv was the robbery or saloons conducted
by Herman naum ami John Egler or But
St I-outs. The saloonkeepers declare that
five men perpetrated the robberies.
Frank Terry and James. Baxter were
arres'ed by Detectives Neville and Hur-
eanj- jrsieruoy morning. All TOUr SUs
pects returned to East St. Louis' without
ASK RECEIVER "FOR PLATT CO.
Stockholders Seek to Have Firm
Dissolved and Rcnner Moncv.
Howard J O. Weinel and Edward W.
Goez filed suit In the Circuit Court yes
terday against the George Piatt Contract
inc Compan and George Piatt, to have
.wetter aiitMiinied ror the nimnanv for
a dissolution, and to require Piatt to pay
n the receiver CI.379.C.
The plaintiff aver that they entered into
contract with the company to work as
bricklayers and do general contracting.
They were to receive U cents an hour and
jne-slxth of the profits, they aver.
The company was Incorporated later
for CS.C"). and an accounting showed tliat
they were entitled to STOW of the nrotits.
ror which they received thirty shares or
stock each, they allege.
Piatt owned ninety shares or stock and
was president ot the company. His son.
EIroy S. Piatt, was secretary and treasurer
It Is averred that EIroy S Piatt became
indebted to the company, and that he
nssigned eighty-nine shares or stock
width he held to his father, who assumed
his indebtedness. George Piatt has an
interest of 1I5.SU1 In the company,
which, with the obligations of his son hi
'-s alleged to have assumed, comprise the
amount which it Is requested that he be
ordered to pay to the receiver.
VlRbard and wife to II. It. r.trs, fc.ts
I. I aiel Z, Wsl u. tfaiwB'rnral. warranty
i P. Itnrrlsen awl wife ta rvtr Harris lot
I. bew-a is. tiulh&on'a ami orrenwevd's aub-llll-n
Kst .st. iyuK w. d.. ;.
f" J iHrrr ana. wife to hid . Ii t. aim
le-.Tiioesi, e u , J"
aua llarktlt I j lhh Kneheloch. lots SI
.m. imkmim ae,i,esi iienev.lie. mc .. l
J"pn Ketrar to i L lliv-h a&i wile, aits
ano Zl bhsk I. Beotu-s llrisnt. rul.li. !!).
h.rt M. ISIM h ,L. tJH
Ilrnrjr Kratl to Iyn K.aft. rrt SKtien li
townttuti j t ale tana. 1 west. ,- a il
J It. ilna-am.D t r It iiichbuu. l-n l
Wis-k 3. itiimts city . ka rt. laiula. w a .
I" Paehnert ao wife to V. A. Iquret.
lot K bloeK . Cjuikk atllhn lltilevllle.
w. rf. J.
Julia iloitrn an.1 husirl to Jiwesh Wolfer.
kit .. hlsk :. AM a ubiVdkM, ai & leiui.
w it. jl."ti
Jirfui Jistni an.1 wife t r;crze Srhnvlit lot
losrrr (iioi. addition llelle,t.le. w. it. iff.
It. IHunanecu h I (I lis.tx. HK . I..i.
2. Ihiiiaan-IirwcBs rid subatTteHi. WlDtanl-
J It Mahan anl wite to UHtlra J Mban.
kit It. reh.te sutnvfsMfi. survey az an.1 more.
ratt . isiis. wsrraniy oeeu. ii.ii.
lttr KaazUr atal wile to TheoJre Persch-tich-r.
t,it it. iuipo's addition. lWltrlltc. wat
lanty 0ed. .
J T fotmvan. trustee, to V. C Cart, tot !.
lrtock 3. LaDaduwne sabolvuloo; nammr deed.
VV C Carl and wife to Fred Russin. same
desetletlen. warranty detd: tI.?o.
Kmi Hhl et al to Adam llehley. 1st 5.
seciKn II. tiwnaolp 1 south, range s west; war
ranty ilttd. wM
It Itaric tn Anton SchnfWrr. lets 4. to
. taock 1. Alts Slia ltrljats. warraaty drrd.
Mry lutrtnan and husband to M. D. Ba
ker, iats 14 Tand Hs. bhk IL llltnfcta at)-,
fcitt M LHila. warranty dec-J, ..
Ilrllevllle errs otes.
Thomas Mutphy of Carlyle is vlsltlrc In
-Jllj Amanda i-unktl la visiting la Al
JIUs Maude WanjtHn is vMtlsz In East
uftav Vettr yparted yesterday far the
-J. W UaMwIn :'radd culltr to a chaise
or tarreny. and s.i ftn.t S7i aiwt centvaced to
the Wutkhw ror tkltly daj-r.
Mrs c AlrxanaT has retv.nwd from a visit
to aihinirtoa and orexen.
There is no class of sufferers whom I j
pity more than tLose suffering from nerv- j
ousness They get very Uttle pity, tha ""
public cannot understand them. Their '
frlerds weary of them and they seem to .
have no companionship tut their era
gloomy thoughts. While others Hecp they I.
toss ami turn, worry and fret. Imagine all
sorts of impossible things, magnify their
Ills ami anticipate great losses and trou- j
bhw As a rule, it will be found that tier-. -oui
people surfer with some form of indi
gestion, that they have been overworked
or overstrained or are suffering from some
great mental worry. One of the best ton-
I les Is irlemisBip ami sympuin. r-.very
well ptron should give these sufferers not
only encouragement, but their heartfelt
My Paw- Paw remedy acts directly on the
nerve centers. This remedy Is really a
food as well as a stlmu.ant to the nerves.
It relieves the tension, quiets and soothes
the netves. 1 beileve it to be the greatest
nerve tonic and strength bulaler ever
placed on the market. It Is made from the
law Paw fruit, which grows In India, an
South America. An eminent actor told
me that it ready made a new stomach for
him and enablrd lum to eat all he liked
and when be liked and what he liked.
This new vegetable pepsin Is far superior
to animal pepsin in aiding digestion and
tne upnuilaaig of the nervous system. It
is put up tn large bottles. A taDiespoon
lul tnrtre tunes u day or whenever nceued
wi.l give tone and strength to the weak
and uebililaled and will hive hopo to tho
nerve-snattered and nerv e-oepresaed per
sons, ir you arc nervous. It you cannot
concentrate our mind, if you are lrrliab.e.
If you cannot sleep, ask your druggist for
iunion Paw 1-aw. Take it faithfully
and 1 believe jou will be pleased to write
and thank rac for giving ou this advice.
At all druggists, irlce Jl (pint bottle).
Paw lMw Puis :5c a bottle.
The ladles cf the CbrI-SjniiN3r SVclty
will give a bacaar October 3 and II In the
lilts Eucenla Knoebel Is ta runt ot fri-nJs
in Ains-. III.
1 J. Sunderland of Jersewille. superin
tendent or the Sunday school at the First
II. E. Church went to Benton. III.. e
terday. where he will be married this att
ernoon at I o clock to Ml." Gussle Reed or
that city The ceremony wU be performed
bv the Reverend Jf D. Cooskey, pastor
or the First M El Church at Kenton.
After a short Iionejmoon trip the couple
will reside In Jersevllle.
FORGOT YEAR OF HER BIRTH.
Said She Was W, but Fixed 1S
FIVE POLICEMEN DISMISSED.
Waco Patrolmen Charged With
Failure to Perform Duly.
Waco. Tex.. OcL It The City Council
o-nlght dismissed five policemen from the
crvlce for failing to perform their duty
during the strike troubles. hTey arc II. S.
Head. E. E. Saddler. Tom Gross. John
Cnlp ard John Stroud.
John Wilkes. A. B. Brandon and Will
Talor. against whom complaints were
made, were exonerated and reinstated,
hovlng been temporarily suspended pend
ing mc investigation.
FORMER CASHIER INDICTED.
Philip B. Davis Charged With
Larceny at Charleston, 111.
Charleston. III.. OcL IL The Grand Jury
adjourned this morning after returning
Among them were two against Philip B.
Davls. charging larceny. Davis was as
sistant cashier nf the First National Bank.
He confessed to having taken JO) from
tne econa rvauonni ana cute Danks.
Davis's whereabouts is unknown to local
offlcent. Ills uncle. V- K. Curd, la maklncr
docs not require personal approval of In- I good all his rhortages.
Because she could not remember the
year she was bom In. illss Mario Bobllt
of No. 3130 Pine street, was jesterday re
fused a marriage l'cense In Clayton by
Deputy Recorder Schaedler.
Miss Bobllt went to the St. Louis County
seat about 4 o'clock In the afternoon with
Ralph Smith of No. 3E7 Lawton avenue.
Smith gave his age as K. Miss Bobllt save
her age as 17.
As a precautionary matter, however
Schaedler asked the young woman to tell
him the enr In which she was born Miss
Bobllt at first could not answer, but final
ly said it was In 1S& j
"That." said Schaedler. "would make I
you only IT By your own statement vou
have compelled me to refuse jou a li
cense." The licenses Issued In Clayton yesterday
were to Inrram F Bovd and Iu!e R.
Brown of Klrkwood. Fred Laleuness of
Bonfils and Stelin Chappie of Florissant.
William Spath of No. 173 O'Fallon street
and Annie Prom of No 10BS Cass avenue,
and John II Hyler of Hlllsode and Lena
Howard of No. 811 Coleman street.
SUFFRAGE MEETING CLOSES.
Presidency of State AsMicidtion
Conferred Upon Mrs. Mulkey. '
Tho convention of the .Missouri Woman's
Suffrage Association held three sessions in
the LInd-ll Avenue Nonsectarlan Church
yesterday, and adjou.ned last night.
The morning and atternoen sessions
wero closed to the public anJ nothlnr
was given out except the election or or- I
Hcers. which resulted as follows: Mrs.
Alice C Mulkey. president: Mrs. France:u
L. King, first vice president: Mrs. Mamie
Warren, scco i.
Ford, corresponding secretary: Mrs. Susan
Martin, recording secretary, and Mrs. May
Calkins, national executive.
At the session last night Miss Mya Kent
of Mary-vile. Mo., dclvered an addreas
upon "The Modern Woman's Question"
and the Reverend Frank G Tyrrell spoke
on "A Reasonable Reform."
Vote on Incorporation of Town.
Another village is to be formed in the
southwestern p.rt of Madison county. If
the plan? or tne present residents prevail.
Andrew Krlckson. WUllam B. Shepard.
William Rollins and others. living in the
Vitinltv of Mnd.son. have tiled In the
County Court a ptlMlon for the incorpora
tion or the village or Ferguson.
Judge J. K. Hlllskottrr has ordered an
election to be held on Tuesday. November
1". In a building located on lot IS. block
T. on Firth street, at which time the ques
tion will be submitted to the voters of
the territory lo b Included.
Suffered Stroke of Pnralyals.
James RelIIe. an employe of the Singer
Sowing Machine Company at Alton, was
taken to St. Joseph's Hospital e&terday
suffering with total paralysis. On Thurs
day evening he retired in his usual health.
but did not arise on Friday morning. On
going to his room at noon he was found
unable to speak or move. Medical assist
ance was summoned, and no relief could
be obtained, and jesterday Rellley was re
moved to St. Joseph's Hospital, where he
Is in a ethical condition.
Police Locker Looted.
Yesterday city officials discovered that
the police locker in the City Hall had
Iicen burglarized. The cabinet conta'ned
revolvers', knives, rings, watches and bot
tles of whisky, taken from persons placed
under arrest. The lock had been broken
and all cf the contents removed during tho
Railroad Lectures In T. 31. C. A.
Monett. Mo.. Oct. It The Executive
Board of the V. M. C A. of Monett has
established a courso of educational work
for the railroad men for the coming win
ter, lectures are to be given twice
month on somo department of railroad
ing. Tho first lecture was given last night
in the auditorium of tho association
building by J. Will Johnston of tho Pyle
Electric Headlight Company, and Ids sub
ject was the "Mechanism of the Electric
IT ALWAYS CORES
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is to-daj
recognized as tbe most popular laroilr
m;dicice in the world. It has been thor
oughly tested in cases of stomach, liver J
and bowel complaints, and has always",
effected a cure. Every member of th
Umily can take
QMAfjH safely became it
injurious and tho
We therefore urgo
a trial. It positive
. ajsaH jLii-Jsira
Delicate Weeies, wtil