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THE REPUBLIC: SrXDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1903.
Tht Largest Importers ol
Foreign Guns in America..
Simmons Hardware Co.,
Oroadway and St. Chirles.
at Any Price?
The Lambert Is tht onlv rrmanrat record
madesells jS dozen C for $2 ZO. exchangeable
at 0c eacb mail lie.
thc nnsT is the ciiKArnsT.
AH kinds talkmr mac-hr. ami full lire lc
records at lunt pries
LA3inniiT nnconi) co.,
ol! FrnnLJIn Atr.
THE NEW ST. JAMES HOTEL
Broadway and Walnut streets St Louis. Mo.
A1IKHIC W PLAN K 00 tier lav opaard
1U IIMPI' V FI.W ti 0 pit dn upward
Market St ars to and From t'nion Station.
" SIirntT rr V t LA CIIL1X. ilzr
BEN BARslETT 00.
637 PI NE STREET.
JL AlVIonoy -to Xioazi
& QJ O.V PCRSOXAL PROPERTY.
iMiEDECMi:n l'LciiiiUs ron sale.
TI Expe24 allr.
7S in S0 mine:,,
'vita trd. or
PAfro. ?of.tir required &rod-ert.niplor44-B2eI!ook-JJE.KtYSMrruJ'ecUhit.SMOUMSfc.sl.LoBj.lIo.
JOSEPH F. FARISH,
ST. Lonis republic building.
Tel. Bell Slain Z&U5. Klnloch A 073.
THE fall and winter stock at the
CRAWFORD STORI is now at its maxi
mum, and is without an equal in St luis
for variety, extent and value. But why
repeat a fact that all our own citizens
know full well already?
Contractor Held Ip and Robbed.
C It. Hicks, a contractor, I 'vine at
Venire. III., reported to the police jester
lay morning that lie had been held up
near Twelfth street and Washington ave
nue late Friday evening. He said that
three men accosted him as he was walk
ing M on Washington avenue. Two of
them held his hands and the third went
through h!s pockets, taking between Jl
an"d ti in sliver. After robbing him they
ran south on Twelfth street.
I'ncrniril AYcddln;; Invltallnna.
Mermod & Jaccard's. Broadway & Locust.
Hrt'eforfnett and tan.jJts. MatliSJrtt.
Clerk Held for Invratlcatlnn.
Albert Kneass. night clerk nt the Victor
rooming-house. No CIS Walnut street, was
arrested !n the Grand Hotel yesterday
morning, suspected of knowing something
about the unidentified man whose name is
Thought to bo MacMahon. and who was
found unconscious in front of the rooming-house
He is held pending an investi
gation. "Woman's Mlsalonnry Society.
Paxton. IIL. Oct. 21. The Woman's For
eign Missionary Society of the Cliampalgn
District of the Illinois Conference. Meth
odist Episcopal Church, has elected the
following officers: President. Mr. W. A.
Smith. Champaign: first vice president,
Mrs. W. H. Wilder, nioomincton: second
vice president. Mrs. H. It. Perring. Gif
ford: third vice president. Mrs. Helen Per
dval. Urbana. corresponding secretary.
Mrs. W. F GUmore. FIthlan: treasurer.
Mrs. Kittle Mother. Gibson; superintend
ent Young People's Society work. Mrs. E.
A. Hedges: superintendent mltc-box de
partment Mrs. Addle Moore. Gibson Cltr:
superintendent literature. Mis. Anna Mur
phy . delegate to branch convention. Mrs.
D. P McCra"ken. and Miss Helen Hewitt.
Tho society's missionary In Mexico de
livered an aJdress
BEFORE IT COMES.
'n Pat Kid.
trd M 1,
bright t!nlhed ?.td up
pers inllitan Cuban
ird Frn-h htls. silk
'aced and stlt if J. all
'he utr-t olvles in-c;.i-iG
'hf fi-ak !
genuine $3.00 and JiM
HISSES' and GHILDBEN'S LACE SHOES I
in V id Kid. Box fln.l Kamirnr. r"lf
extension roles, "crk inlaid. inakin
them absolutely ilamr n-o f fTii..i.
wue ana hnia
ing to size, fn
JL60 and U.OJ Our
Sizes a i m
n": to : ..otiuu
Sizes Ol OC
P4 to 11 dli0
6 to 8.. .aot;
In Satin. Chrome. Box xnd Vtlour Calf.
,'' "l Ciirome Kid. drill lined. Kngl
ILSh ract Hllr wnv ..tit..!....! ...! .i "
that will .land the hard knocks of in.
S&7 , ercrJ'1"''''' a ! and iW
i to S. si.90:sUe,lit-T- S?J liSgl
Sl.25;Ucs'8-.tui' " VBlWtl
Men's Shoes 1
In Grain Wax. Velour
nnd Box Calf V,c and
C biome Kid, Goodyear
welted and McKay
Mt-hetl or standard
srtwed. double or sin
gle Upped soles: made
to stand hard winter
wear: regular ZZ.Z)
unnra until onuca ABU oLifftHSB
lor men. women and children: sultab'eP
in or out ui uaor wear; leather orP
!. soics. medicated E
bsniiel. Hcece or feltB
unco, at fol'ow-
JI.S0. ii 2. " m
79c ami 39C
G, E. HILTS
Dedication Ceremonies of Frater
nal Temple at World's Fair
Witnessed bv Thousands.
FORM SEPARATE PROCESSION.
Tribe of Hen Hnr With Il.s Musi
cians Knters by Western Hale
From Main l.ndv.
The largest gathering of persons on the
World's Fair grounds since the dedication
witnessed the ceremonies attending the
Das raising at the Temple or Fraternity
yesterday afternoon. The spectator.- in
cluded several thouand members of St
Louis fraternal organizations and many
representative of out-of-town rocletles
A feature of the exercises was the nnm-
Ixr of women preeiit Tliey were the
tlrst of the fraternal society n.embers to
arrie. and the procession, which they
formed, look more than a quarter of an
hour to pass the rev limine stand. After
breaking ranks they completely fltled the
space Immediately surrounding the Fra
The bis parade. In which marched mem
bers of societies consisting of men. was
nearly one mile lone. It formed at Union
avenue and Forest Park and proceeded
through the Fair crounJs to the site of
the flas raisinc. The line was broken by
numerous bands and fife and drum corps.
It was planned to have the parade start
promptly at lSJ) p. in. A d-lay was
caused, however, by the dl'coverv of a
nonunion band In the ranks. The other
bands, all of which belong to the brother
hood of musicians, fell out and declared
they would not play a note if the non
union musicians were allowed to march.
The Tribe of Ben-Hur had employed the
unwelcome band, and the members of that
organization agreed to drop out and form
a little procession of their own. This they
dld. and marching around to Skinker road,
entered the west rate of the ground and
were the first to pass by the review Ins
MANY SPEECHES MADE
AV. R. Eidson. lce president and chair
man of the Fraternal Building Associa
tion, opened the exercises by Introducing
Secretary C. F. Hatfield, who. as master
of ceremonies, presented letters from Gov
ernor Dockery of Missouri and Governor
Yateof Illinois. In whlcn they expressed
regrets at being unable to attend.
The address of welcome was tlclltered
by Judge Noah M. Glvan. president of the
World's Fair Fraternal Building Associa
tion. He thanked th Fair management
for the help and encouragement it has
given the association In lis work.
Picsldnt David It. Francis responded on
behalf of the Exposition. He said that the
World's Fair will be a universal pcaco
congress, and that one. of its prime ob
jects is to promote a fraternal feeling
among the people of the world. He con
gratulated the fraternal Indies upon the
progresj they have made In building a
mcetlng-hou at the World's Fair.
The dedication ceremonies followed
President Francis's speech. Hiram Llovd.
chairman of the Bulldlns Committee: M.
P. McArdle and Henry W. Schluetef. con
tractor, were Introduced and mad brief
talks. The Stars and Stripes wre hoisted
to the top of a flagstaff bv Mr". George
J Frank-1. s-ctetnry of the Auxiliary
Board of Lady Managers, essb-ted by
Isaac R. TaIor. Director of Works of the
Addresses wro made bj Lee W. Stuiers.
president of the Associated Fraternities of
America: Mrs. Glnerva U Miller, presi
dent of the Auxlllarv Board of Lady Man
agers: Edwin O. Wood, president of the
National Fraternal Congress, and Lieu
tenant Governor William A. Northcott of
The Temple or Fraternity Is loc-ited on
the hill east of Skinker road and routh of
the Machinery building. Fraternal or
ganizations with an aggregate rnemlwr
shlp of mure than .VnoQi are represented.
It will tx a kind of club and headaujrters
for fratrmallsts during the Exposition
Diamond Rings jjj j0 ej,aa
Fine Art Vases .jj.m ,0 it
China Dinner Set J9.T3 to J-iJi)
Cut-Olass Vaes CTItoCS
Grandfather Hall Clocks r to J7
Solid Silver Tea, Sets ,1W to jsW
MER.MOD & JACCARD'S.
Broadwa and lx-u-t
II rtltfor ratalej. t.ooo illvitrutlont. nwiw frit
WANTED BY THREE CITIES.
i-lrcllon In Hands of .atluuiil Com
uiltter. Wlilclt Will rooirnr 111
Vtashlnglou liirlj In llrremlirr.
Columbu-. O. OjL "I. Perry S Henth
of L tah. secretary of the Republican Xa
t!oral Committee, stated tolay that soon
after the dectlon next mouth a ca'l will
be issued f.ir the usual meet'rg or th
Republican National Committee In Wash
ington, on December S or 10. for th- pur
pose of selecting a place and time for the
National Nominating Convention of 1M
The convention, he believes, will lie held
near the middle of next June. Onlv three
c.tles have up to this time actlielv -n-tercd
the race for the convention. Tliev
are Pittsburg. St. LciuM and Detroit al
though It U understood that Chicago will
become an active aspirant.
Vonuc AVomnn VII1dk.
IJllie t'nger. M years old. ls mlsflng
f ince last Friday morning from hr home,
No. 1307 North Euclid avenue, she has
been living with her mother and brother.
She started to go to a grocery near her
home to purchase cream. She was lost
seen going north through a vacant lot.
She suffered from an attack of brain fever
some time Jtca. and it is feared that It may
have caused her mind to become tenrpo
OF FEMALE DISEASES AHO PILES
I Will Cure You Sa Thai You Will
Slay Curtd Womin N longer
Need Submit to Erahimislne Ex
imlntl3ti and Big Doslor Bills.
To Show Good
Faltli and to Prove
tn ion That I Can
Care Yon I mill Semi
Free a FflcLnire of lts-
Hcmedr to Crery SatTerer.
I hold tb lecret of a dtKCvery
whlcb ha never failed to cure
Irnmin of nil? of female ,.
'??. F"lnof th womb, painful menstrual
periods, lrucorrtea. granulation, ulceration, tt
are very readily cured by ray trntorar
I now offer thl ptlcel'ii ecm to to women
of America, knowing tiat It will always icect
a cure, no matter how lone roo bare auaered
cr bow manr doctor htva fall.d.
I do not atk any lUSerer to taka ray nniuo
portxt word for this, alth-raab It 1 troa a
cwpfl. If you will and me your name and ad
dttf. I will nd you a trial packace abaolutelr
free, which will snow you that you can be
curedV The free trial packages alosa oftan
tt, fnourh to rare.
, Jost alt down and write m fcr h to-dar.
Sra. Cora B. Miller, Box No. W. Ka'amo. led.
COTTOI CROP IN
Dealers Do Not Expect Sciiotis
Setback From ISoll
3.000,000 CROP FOR TEXAS.
Estimated That Better l'rice and
-More Acieane Will .Make
Kxjiorts Keaeh SIMMiUi).
The amount of damage that the loH
weetil will do to and has done to the eel
ton crop Is much discussed everywhere
that there is art Interest In cotton.
leading cotton merchants and broker
In St. Louis cxpiess optimistic views re
garding the cotton situation. All btMeve
that the amount of cotton produced will
exceed the crop of last year.
If this should le the case, tin? money re
ceived by the producer would exceed the
amount received lat year by M per cent,
owing to the difference In price.
A representative of one of the largest
dealers In cotton In St. Louis said yester
day that his firm expected an average
crop this year.
"There was no cotton left oier when
,thls year's crop began to come In." he
said. "This Is not usually the case, but
the present strong price took away the
"The crop of Texas, which, in the lan
guage or the cotton dealer, means the In
dian Territory, too. will be between ".0
and Z.VH.iM bales. While this Is more
than last year. It L not as much as It
should be on account of unseasonable
weather and the boll weevil. Southern
Texas is making a very ioor showing.
Middle Texas an ordinary crop, while
Northern Texas and thc Indian Terntory
an exceptionally good one, so the aver
age Ls maintained.
The boll weevil Is an Importation from I
Mexico. It haa ravaged Southern Texas.
IS WCll known In th central rvtr-r Kt t,qa
a rracuen ut normem fioriion of tne
"The pest has not so far been noticed
cast of the Mississippi River The Texas
crop nui hf larger than the crop of last
"This Is due to the Increased acreage, as
the average production per acre is smaller
than last year.
"However, we are now paving about SS
cents a pound, as against St cents t this
time last year. Because of this Increase In
price, each acre of ground will bring more
money than It did last year."
" believe that the cotton crop In Texas
will be quite as large as last year." saM
Jacob I). Goldman, president of the
Lesser-Goldman Cotton Company. "This
Is due to the Increased acreage, a the boll
weevil has done harm. I am of the opinion
that the net value of the crop to the pro
ducer will be 3 per cent greater than last
year. I blleve that by Januarv l the
lummy win nave exported, between SIM
K8.W0 and t5VJ.ore.W0 worth or cotton and
"The prosperity of the cotton-ral'ing part
of the South Is assured for this year Thlr
acreage Is vastly Increased and the price
of cotton has advanced."
Chares Aainst Detectiu. Who
Tried to Trap Judianapolis Or-
licial Are Dismissed.
IndianaiioHs. Oct. U Judgs Alfurd of
the Criminal Court to-day summarily
quashed th indictments which became
k known as the Stahl conspiracy case.
Before the recent election members of
the Citizens' League, acting in conjunc
tion with an attorney employed by the
City Council to Investigate charges of cor
ruption In city contracts, secured Detect
ive Stahl from Circuit Attorney Folk of
St. Louis to assist In ferreting out crime.
The detective pretended to represent a
mythical slot machine conuswy. and ap
PKwched the president of the Board of
Public Works to get permission and pro
tection In placing slot machines.
The public ofllclaMiad Stahl arrested on
a bribery charge and the Grand Jurj In
dicted Stahl and three well-known citi
zens and memtter of the league, one of
them the Council's attorney, churgln
conspiracy. To-day' decision end the
case In favor of the league.
WOULD FORM A COMBINE
OF METHODIST COLLEGES.
I'n-sldrut James of tirllivrraleru
I ntveralty Saja Beat Work. Can
lie Done In That Waj.
Chicago. Oct. ;. A plan whereby all.
or nearl) all. of the Methodist educational
Institutions in the country may be united
under one general supervising body of di
rectors, with Northwestern University as
the head and front, has been dlsclcsed by
Presldent Edmund James James of North
As evidence that the smaller Institutions
are ready for such n union. President
James declurei that already two colleges
have asked to be taken under the pro
tection and management of Northwestern
I'nlversltr. while the university has al
ready annexed two preparatory schools
the Elgin Academy and the Grand Prairie
Stmlnary of Onarga.
"It Is a clenrly manifest fact." !d
President James, "that ir denominational
institutions are to do their best work they
must work In unity. There must be har
mony between the different institutions a
harmony which will permit or one general
PreIdnt Jam's then wtnt Into the de
tails or the plan, concluding with the
Ftatment that nil or the atnllated Institu
tions would be known as the "Northwest
ern." His estimate Is that there will be
Catholic Knlnhts and Ladles Hop.
A meeting of the committee In charge of
the euchre and hop to be given by St.
Rose's Branch, No. BT, Catholic Knights
and Ladles or America. In St. Rose's Hall.
Etxel and Goodrellow avenues, next
Wednesday evening, will lie held to-morrow
afternoon at No. 1111 Coulter ave
nue, the residence or Mrs. Charles J.
Inspector Destroyed Meal.
Meat Inspector Tbcmas Stringer re
ported yesterday that he destroyed about
twenty-five pounds of meat which he
found In a cbophouse and lunchroom and
a hotel and restaurant on Market street
and which he claimed was bad.
E. F. Scheufeler Asks Divorce.
E-nanutl F. Scheufeler filed suit for di
vorce In the Circuit Court yesterday, al
leging that his wife. Irxna. departed for
Germany September 1J, ISOi, and has not
returned. They were married December
NO BETTER TIME.
The pieseut is the time to bnj a Fall Overcoat.
All the New Styles and Patterns, loiifr, short or medium,
Ii;;ht or dark, smooth or unfinished goods.
Prices, $10 to $35.
Heavers, Chinchillas, Meltons, Fancy Cheviots ami all
new and stylish fabrics.
In all the Xew Shapes, for the little fellons from ape ''
For Evening Dress
livening Dress and Tuxedo Suits, in the popular materials,
rut in the latest style and made up in the most workmanlike
Dress Suits, $30, $40 and $45.
Tuxedo Suits, $20 to $34.
White Dress Vests, $3 to $5.
Kverytbinj' in Furnishings npecssary to complete a gen
"No Clothing Fits Like Ours."
Browning, King & Co.
REPORT ON INVESTIGATION
NOW IN PRESIDENT'S HANDS
Dnrnnient or llo.noo Words to He
Kulloned b Mi Huge Voluiurs
RKPt'HMC SPUCI u
Washington. Oct. t The Brlsto re
port on the Poet-Onlce Investigation was
given to Postmaster General Payne by his
fourth assistant this afternoon. General
Payn Immediately took It to tlw White
House and handed It to the President.
The report consists: of 3G5 pages and
represents a total of U0.W0 words, and al
most one month of labor on the part of
the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General
and a force of clerks.
The report was Inclosed In a large ma
nlla envelop, which was handed to the
Postmaster General unsealed, and In that
form transmitted to the President.
The exhibits to accompany the report
are 50 in number. They art not yet com
pleted, but will be handed to thc Post
master General before Tuesday. It is un
derstood. These exhibits when printed
will make five or six huge volume.
They embrace detail of the work of the
lnsiectors on the various cases under in
vestigation, with affidavits.
The President has had the first portions
or the report In his hands for several
days. but. jo far as known, has not yet
had a chance to examine a full and com
plete cop, which he could discuss as a
whole with bis advisors, published reports
to the contrary notwithstanding.
The programme ls that the President is
to read the report carefully and write a
short Introduction of seveml hundred
word or comment, after which It Is to bo
given to the public. There ls no reason to
believe that this programme has been
changed, and it is not thought the conclu
sions of Mr. Bristow will be given to the
public for several days to come.
FUGITIVE ENDURED MANY
HARDSHIPS IN WANDERINGS
Alleged Emliexslrr. Lnder rrrst
San Kraorlim, la .Voir Qnlle
Willing Io Face Trial.
San Francisco. Oct- U John K. Brown,
ror tldrteen ears past caihler or the
Villon Bank of New Holland. O.. who Is
under arrest, htre for emliezzlement. dis
appeared from the bank on August last
and upon Investigation of his accounts.
It was lound that lie was J !,(. short in
According to his own account. Brown
has had a hard time of It In his wander
ings to and fro In an effort to evad Jus
tice. He went to Mexico, but failed to find
work there, and started for Honolulu by
way or this cltv. but had no better for
tune there on his arrivut In his attempt
to get employment.
He traveled under an assumed name all
the time, but professed to have forgotten
the numerous aliases he used.
Since, his arrival here he tried to ob
tain work at anything, even as a day
laborer, but the fates were against him
and even that could not be secured. The
list montry lie claims to have had was
stolen from him the other day. he says.
When Brown left New Holland he had
a black mustache, now he Is clean slaven.
In a statement tu the rress after his ar
rest Brown expressed a nesire to ue
taken lurk to New Holland at once. A
dispatch has lieen received here stating
that requlrltkm papers will 1 signed at
once by Governor Nash of Ohio and that
officer, will start from Columbus at once
to take him bark.
IVisleurized milk and cream supplied
onl by Jersey Farm Dairy Cisniwny.
DEMURRER ARGUED. .
Judge AdaniH Listens to Lawyers
in Naturalization Cases.
The demurrer to tie naturalization
frauds indictments agalnt Thomas II
Barrett. John Dolun and Frank Garrett,
which were tiled Thursday, was argued In
the I'nlteil States District Court yester
day before Judge Adams. Chester II.
Krum appeared for the defendants and
Bert D. Norton! argued the case ror the
The contention or Mr. Krum wa. that
the documents upon which the Indict
ments are haseil. are not citizenship pa
pers because the laws relating to naturali
zation do not call them certificates or
citizenship. Therefore. the criminal
statute uhl-h punish! s the fraudulent use
or cenmcaics or cuixensnip nej no mean
tin; because there ls no such thine as cltl-
zrnshln papers In the naturalization laws.
The State's contention was. that tile cer
tiDcales of citizenship are copies of the
record of a court authorized to naturalize
and recite every fart necessary to na
turalization, are certified br the clerk or
the court and have the seal or the court.
The defendants further contended that
the Constitution had the power to wiy
who should become citizens and Incidental
ly lias the power tc punlh for any fraud
connected with naturalization.
Judge Adams took the matter under ad
visement pending an announcement of bis
V Alvrn) Guarantee Satlafarlloa
Wlien glasses are flttod by Dr. Bond or
Dr. Montgomery, our expert opticians.
Steel frames. Jl and up: gokl frames. J
and up Eyes tested free.
Mermod & Jaccs.rds.Broadway and Locut
DiatHHodciUtoj. 4,000 UlittreUo: malUIrtt
Child Burned-to Death.
Marlon. nL. Oct. "4. A little hlid or
Marlon Born, at Crab Orchard, this coun
ty, was burned to death last evening. The
parents wrere out of-the house at the time.
Improved Train Service
Via Cotton Belt Rime for Southeast Mis
souri. Arkansas and Texas. Two trains
dally, through without change, leaving
86 a m. and 3:U p. m. Ticket office, S03
Olive street and Union Station.
DOG BITE TWO MONTHS OLD
MAY CAUSE HYDROPHOBIA.
Henry Trepe. 211 Years Old. Is Con-
lined In the Telanna Want nt
Ibr City Hospital.
Henry Teepr. years oM. or No. SIS
Chamber street, la at the City Hospital
with a possible case or hydrophobia.
He was bitten more than two months
He refined water this morning, and
complained of a twitching In thc throat
when the water was In his sight
He Is confined In Us- little, tetanus ward,
where so many have died or lockjaw and
where the only case or hvdropbobla ever
treated In the present City Hospital died
several weeks ago.
Teepe was bitten on the hand by a small
dog. He washed the wound thoroughly.
b.u.l las Thursday It began paining him.
although th abrasion had thoroughly
healed. He went to the City Hospital
vestcnlay morning, and the wound was
There arc no t renounced symptoms or
hidrophobla. The hunted, scared look io
characteristic or the di-edse Is not pres
ent, and the extreme nervousness Ls ab
K l. h? ""HfS1 ,relm't for hydropho-
or the possible development of the malady.
'-m Ki.cn ictw in nnuemaiinn
Send us your orders for your Sunday
dinner Ice Cream." aU flavors, and Icea.
Vs5"rd;k Ior " occasloi.. Jersey
Fnrm Dairy Co. EoUt phones.
VISITORS AT ST. LOUIS HOTELS
the ft. Jam.
S. S. Joseph and wife
ip i ine 7ouinern.
-. IVwsre and H-nry j. Olrrord of Ham
burg ar- imuir ths arrlrai, at la- rUntersT
-F. M McParkl ,rf SprlacAeH,
Jaiaes Edward of St Jo!!
amBg the urlrul at Hani's Jlot'l"
-JI's- A. W. FunkBaaser of Jack- IH.
ill.. Is a guM at Moser's
tseVt. NkaS15r CMc,c U "ftsng at
. M II. W. TaanwsoB and niece f r!is
trr, in., are at the iUsfr
iinartL0' 1tI " SUrkT,D- ""- '' '
at""e toHUn"", ' " ' 'n
Hamilton a! rraBkfct Is at tn
E. il. IVnnlxi of ifi Vrgas. jf. j
jj-Jj " LawMg of Kmsi City is at Horn's
J. X. Ilodtmn a alfe at EvamvilK
are at tt Jiwr.
Frank E. Tecry of New York l
th- tu NVrlMias.
Charln U Wat mo and family ef jieksoo.
Trnn.. are gaeu at tae llstlei.
W. A. Jptm.tnn of carthatr. ll.. Is rrzls
tend at the MnOrlL "
J. 11. Miller of Loobitm If stoealsg at
J. J. Sullltan of Clnelnmil
Es a gun at
-Mrs. M It. IUtetla aat Miss S. Rotrts of
hyilneorrl. Mo., are rejlitereJ at vim I'MntMs.
Solomnn lvy of ClnduBill li registered at
-E. !. Carruibets of Keanf t. M. la stop
plar at the Jjcl-.
T. VV. llrr 11.1 U, f lllll.Wru til.
are at Mover.
t. II. imitham of WasMsiton. D. C.. is a
guest at the at. .N'lcauhia.
W. T. Conk and wife of neater are
log at the Roster
-Mrs. I.. K. Ilir.lj- aad XL., 1, iranly et
-New Orleans, are stayhie: at I he Linden.
a. 3. SdvuLeu of CMeasB la a guest at
the St. James.
V. P. Pay ana wife of rittrtarg are reen
tered at the. hemhera.
S. II Mowart ami wife of Jacksonrille. lit.
are Mopfrtftx at the piaster.
W. 11. line'eon of DcMoa I- at th St.
Iloston Hotel Arrivals.
Iioston. JIii., Oct. ;l vrrivaU at llustoa
th.s week are:
At Ihe IVeex Hou-e-U O. McMMmIL JoDlln.
M.; J. I. Carter. I Tor la. IIL. Mhs, U. frlre.
It. jarkmn. T. It Trlse. P B. frank and U
.). Walker. St. !o!..
Ameilran lloa-J. II. Kogers. Jorltn. Mo.:
A. Stanford. M. Ixsils
Parker lloiwe M. M. Onan and N. J. Ityan.
other arrivals: At th Quitx-r Hou-e C. A.
Iruwn. U IauIs: Adam House. Mr. anil Mis.
I. E Oark. St. Louts. Toaralne. K I' Kaiser.
St. UiUl. Clstk-s llr.tel. II. ". riooper. St
Ixwl.. ItotH HeUerae. Mr. and Mrs S. M
vparvtm. St. 1wts: the. Vlelorla. A. . 'ch-
ran. ?(. lesne. uiiinsaani liotei. 11. a. 4.nr
r Kns tlty. Me ; l. M. Hone. St. Joss.
Mo.: t-rawrid llMlie. S- K. Iteas. Oalloa. Mo.:
I'nlled States HMeL Mr. ana Mrs. ' Tabe,.
Kaneas Illy. Mo.
Mlftmiurlan !u yrr lurL.
New Yoik. Oct. "I. Among th arrivals
at the hotels here to-da) were the follow
St. Iiuls-R K. IWacB. Waldorf Dortor O.
T Mall. Navarre. W. V Warner. M. Hems.
Kanrat City U, H. Iletxierson. Vtclisls.
Una n Polar Bear Cold Feelf
The above qurv was presented to th
public by Julius Harris T, North Sixth
strevt. during the hot weather. It stood
nut prominently In the newspaper, on the
billboards and In the street cars. This un
usual question Is answered by Harris, the
shoe man. directing attention to his patent
polar colt shoes, with a "Kushen Sol"."
which are claimed to make the feet glad In
COMPANY CHANGES NAME.
Laclede Investment Company Be
comes the Bruce B. Oyler Co.
In order to prevent Its becoming con
fused with the many "Laclede" companies
of the city, the Laclede Investment Com
pany will in the future be known as thc
Bruce B. Oyler Company.
The company In tho four years of Its
existence has been practically under the
control of Bruce B. Oyler. and he Is of
the opinion that he will be more Intimate
ly Identified with It by thc change of
name. There w'll be no chango In the
roster of attaches, and business with
clients wlU be conducted as heretofore.
4. - J - . - . - . - - J"."W.. - - . -
J You vflll -trip Hie llcht fnntnslle"
, with crnceand elegnncc In .lU'OI'K S
i hair thrni. Ladles nnil Kentle-
," men's. In nil the -patent leathern"
,' lh- sttell tIc only, and AOtll
J FOOT FITTEU.
I; XIHDIY BUR THE IMPORTANT FACT IN MIHO.
: -3-Y0UR FOOT FITTED--
Ji These gflod things at popnlnr prices.
311 N. BROADWAY.
S.cE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF
CHARTER MEMBER TO ATTEND
Mrs. J. II. BnrnartI Has Been One af
Hie- Managers of the Girls In
dustrial Home for SO Years.
One of those who will be present at the
Celebration of the golden anniversary of
tho Girls Industrial Home Tuesday even
ing will be Mrs. J. It. Barnard, the only
surviving member of the original Board of
Managers, which wras formed fifty years
Mrs. Barnard lias seen the institution
start off with comparative weakness and
grow- to the magnificent pktnt now located
at Belt and Von Versen avenues.
She is SI years old now. and has never
missed any of the important meetings of
thc managers of the borne.
She is too weak to present her report
as secretary or the board, and it will be
presented by the Reverend Doctor John
W. Day. pastor or the Unitarian Church
of tho Messiah.
Adilnsses will I delivered bv tho Rev
erend Doctor Samuel C. Nlccolls. Thcmas
Morrison and Samuel Cupples. president or
th- Advisory Board.
The girls of the institution will present a
programme of songs and recitations, and
after the exerciser there will be a recep
tion m th- parlors of the Institution.
too (iillluc Cants nnil Plate, jet-"".
Mermod S- Jarcard's. Broadway & Locust.
ITwV fr tamjttn. Jmtftl fr'r.
AGED WOMAN CONVICTED
OF MURDERING HUSBAND.
Mrs. so,lila IvrnrKer entrnreil to
Imprlsoniueut for I.lfe liy Jury
at Vinson Cltj. la.
Mason City. I-.. Oct. :i Mrs. Sophia
Krueger. at years ohl. was convicted in
the) Howard County court to-day of mur
dering her husband. The Jury recommend
ed Imprisonment for life.
No motive was shown for the crime
Krueger was killed In the night with a
ptekaxe. The wife went to a neighbor's.
!rrowed their buggy, hltchol up a team,
hiaded the corpse Into the bu;y. drove
it to lhe river, tied a stone about its
neck ami rolled tt Into the middle of the
stream. Three days later the corpse was
recovered and two days hu.r the wife
The family was well-to-do.
I'lnr l.entlier Pockelhooks, XI tn isill.
Mermod & Jaccard's. Broadway I.ocust
Our 3o-paje Mauratil ntotoj meitt I fri'.
IN HARMONY "WITH DOWIE.
Divine Healer Will Iuaugm-ate
Campaign at St. Joseph.
St. Joseph. Mo.. Oct. 21 Divine Healr
Schroder, who claims to be the Christ,
ami working In harmony with Dcwle. ar
rltiJ here to-night, with the expressed
determination of staying a month and of
Inaugurating a lampatgn agalnt vice sim
ilar to that being prosecutt-d br, Dowle In
Ve.- Vhrlr. '
Schradcr is organizing the Divine CathT
oik- Church, ami says ne win establish a
ST. LOUIS Co"uNTYNOTES.
I .yd la Sholls yesterday filed 0 suit for
divorce ngalnst August Sholls. alleging
abandonment. Tho couple were married
five years ago and lived together two
Mrs. Kathryn Kirch yesterday caused
the arrest of Louis Faurer on a charge of
malicious destrucUon of property and
George Haas of assault. Mrs. Kirch lives
at No. 9411 South Broadway and has a
neighbor with whom, she Is in dispute
O ETI Og-SrziJL-i
iNiLirUi iyi miWi-wj
Ofc! Sid Cfefe&fl EE3 BK "CSr HV33 Q0B UWlaiBUj
ALWAYS JNSIST ON GETTING A
Beranse yon arc not paylnjr for Chrumos. Srliemra. Free Deals. r"fe Lit
for FIXE QtLITV IIAV.VVA TUIlAtCO. KUtAL TO 1-CPOn.TKD CIG Vl?.
F R. RICE MERCANTILE CIGAR, CO.. Hint. St. Lools. Union Made.
isjV. - .. - W. - .V - i
Our Alen's Handmade Shoes
have no equal for comfort, stle
and durabilitj-. We carry them
in all sizes and widths and all
kinds of leather, suitable for
evcrj occasion. We will fit
your feet so that you can enjoy
SPECIALTIES IN FALL FOOTWEAR.
NO MONEY TILL CURED. 25 yus estabusied.
Te lead MEE lal ptitaxtda 100 part treatise oa PJm. Fundi aJDiMJMeftt
trctsa:alMtmaatelltii.trejtusaDaascstf Weeea, Of tne WoavnJi cared
srwrisIM oeiioxS. 3cil a ccat tnartd sic fario.1 tltir uainen asoficatioa.
iuh a. minuK. iii-.iuan-t-. s-icmtur. -
8:25 and (COO
TICKET OtVICK-Broadway and cbeataat.
c a a s a sauea '
pain acd dis-l
VYMUIHUVi ! may. m
u i till lUlllu ltehlngaaditlD(-'
ing. then again pain, soreness and
Di-coiar. lumors lorm. tciarre.
sretrude. and 11 nezlertcd. ulcerate, beoom-
1 laTeryKrioasndpslnfa!. TocuxsUiesi1
I qa.i.liyaadpa.a nts.yr.re-
Instaat rrJIeL Curss in urrsrsl il.re I
with SjriCBc, for CJ 1 . JJ
jfor Mf?. Co.. Lascaslsr, 0., U.S.A. '
U tctemteU vul i2tofU4 know
aboat IL woalfifSl
HRYEL WWrCcg Sorer
i ana put-non. mm i-
e oc uxirTTnitma
i uium iuuLMUft
LA Tcr tt-rar:! it tr It.
If bf -rmot Kppl7 &9
f tnt tVfu &i-TiCen
viurr. tu sTs-antis u - -r
Trti' rtia 1r BfTal rltnu-llon In
-.1 . a ..- f A
vtnMafntWllM SlABVKIa CO..
tsexjm zis,1tmtiAtMyw yorU
,. .. MJit paw; hi
JJ ntT Wilson DniK Co.,S2 Washlns-cnar.
JCanotean & Co Broat.war and Lucas av.
Jtido fc Doloh. r.15 Ollv at.
Inssrts Part.Soft.Whlu SUa
and a Beintlfal Cotsplesioa,
caret rczemaaadTrtUr. Ab-
eoluieir mat rercuDsntlr
rrmoee. Biaeabesda. Tree-
iM.t-iapiei. Bad seel. Sua
twts and Tan. Cstd with
uerma.uoraio soap a is:
feet itla u laiurad.
Scld br Dreams, e?
ma, bs ordered Onsi.
Beraa-ZoyaI, 81 per (rattle, express paid.
Sornia.TCoyalo Soap. 33 cent, by zbsXL
Both la one package. 8L23, errpresa paid.
Portraits and Tetttmnials j'nl on rtquttL.
One Bottle FREE to Aeents.
inc DKI-JlA.ItOTAI.K in, Cincinnati. O.
LIMES! S5D0 REWARD
tapprei.iaa. mnj cmum la paiaoiosT. 017 o; .
lain to rstHrei Mre. harmleMl m.0. bow loof aop
sreavtl. BK. J0H1501 SID. BU.. a. B.uer.. (Ueark
about a foot o property. She put a slx
rrot renco on the property which, she
alleges, was torn down by Faurer. when
sle remonstrated she says sho was as
saulted by Haas. The men will be tried
lfore Justice Crecellus In Oalcvllle nest
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