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THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY. OCTOBEE 26. 1903.
A, fi. SELKIRK & CO.,
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10 cents a copy $1.00 a year
At any price the best
At Pan-American Exposition.
100S snd MOT Wah'nston aie.. handlers el
Fl e and Mar.ce tuisase. Watch for aseclal ca
uses SAMl'RL GA.N. Manager.
j Senator Gorman's Speech on the
Conservative Policy to Be Car
ried Out by All the Van
Nero Problem Is Itesnrd-
' etl as a Pacemaker.
FORCES QUESTION TO FORE.
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The full flavor, the deli
cious qualitv, the absolute
Purity of Lowney's Break
fast Cocoa distinguish it
from all others.
No treatment with alkalis."
no adulteration tvith flour, starch
or prourid cocoa shells; nothing but
the nutritive and digestible product
of the choicest Cocoa Beans.
Ask Your Dealer for It.
tptW. .-i-.trL. l. : A . Aga"-"1 i
Trie rcak Lapel (same
lapel as wo use on Mac-Cartby-Evans
Ponble - Breasted Suits) Is
In favor wirii smart dress
ers for dress suits. Still,
the shawl roll Is proper.
"We make dress suits and
tuxedos -with both.
Fastidious chaps agree
with our suggestion to
leavo off silk braid on
The best dressers are In
sisting on having "Mao
Carthy - Evans Tailoring
Co." on the label of their
43 to ?G3 for Dress
Suits, Tuxedos and Prince
816-820 Ollvo. HUB 2647.
Tli Pest Ciflci li Cppstile.
Returning tourists tpIUi "nothing to
wear" hae only to drop In at BARIt'S to
Cnd the newest and best ot the reason's
styles Tvaitlnc for them. Come they even
from across the seas. Ban's buyers have
cot here Just ahead of them with the raw
est, most chic of European modes. The
Tall season Is "on" at Ban's sreat store.
TEN DEAD IN THE" TUNNEL
Disaster "Worst in History ot "en
Xew Tork. Oct 13. Ten lives -rrero lost
by the cave-In cf the roof and walls of
the subwar tunnel nt Ono Hundred and
Ninety-fifth street last night, and four
persons were badly injured. AH of tho
dead and Injured were workmen, and most
of them Italians.
Following Is a list of their names: Tim
othy Sullivan, foreman: William Schuctte.
electrician; Giuseppe Barono, Stanzlone
Brune. Louts Tlpplo. five unidentified Ital
ian laborers. Injured: Juno PasquaJe. Ba
tasto Velantio, Alphonse Armatello and
The accident -nas the most disastrous
that has occurred In tho construction of
the subway. At the point where the
cave-In occurred a Bang- of twenty men
"as at work. In the tunnel, -nhlch Is
about 110 feet below the. surface.
Tour health will be greatly Improved by
U"P of Laxative Boro fep"ln: cleanses tha
entire system; 3 cents. All druggists.
rismac pautv kcttjhxs.
Sir. and Mrs. Ilnvres llemnln nt Han
nibal Ilrcnuse of Former Illness.
Health Commissioner Simon, Election
Commissioner McCaffery. James Hager
man, Jr.; Railroad Commissioner Joseph
P. Rice and R. F. Combs returned yester
day afternoon on the BurllngtQn from the
finl Ecarte Clubhouse, near Hannibal,
where they were guests of Senator Clay
Heather of Palmyra.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Hawes remained
In Hannibal. owIur to the Illness of Mr.
Hawes. He was confined to his bed when
the party departed, but his condition was
not considered serious.
Alec Waller of Moberly. candidate for
Supreme Judge, was at the clubhouse,
as wero a number of Hannibal people. In
the afternoon part of the gusts went
through the old Mark Twain Cave.
And designs of all kinds trreatbs, pillows.
crasser, etc.- also artificiaU emblems. Locs cut
Power. Kdcn Floral Co . ins Oliv st-
CAUNET Entered Into rest, on Sunday
October S. us. at sso o'clock o. m.. OfBcer
Peter A. Carney, beloved husband or Besste
earner (nee Itepui). Funeral will take place
from family residence. No. SOS Madison street.
on Tuesday. October 17, at 830 o'clock a. m to
St. Leo's Church, thence to Calvary Ctraetery
Friends are respectfully invited.
LUPTON On Sunday. October S. . at "ill
p. xn Mrs. Margaret Lupton. at the residence
of her daughter. Mrs. loom as v. Carter. &
Portland place. Funeral aennces and Inter
ment Mexico, Mo.
O'DAY Catherine, beloved daughter of Mrs.
e L B. OTay. at 7:13 p. m. on Sunday, Oc
tober S. IMS. need 4 years. Funeral will take
place from the family residence. S9CS Cabanno
avenue, tn Belletontaine Cemetery, on Tuesday,
October r7, at 10 o'clock a. m. Interment nrl
late. TOENNIES On Sunday. October IS. 1S. at 2
p. nu. Martha C. H. Toennles. beloved daughter
of Christine Toennles nee Naclet. axed tl
years 9 months and 1 day. Funeral from the
residence of crandDarems. Henry Fricke. No.
1S1X Wrlsht street. Wednesday. October a at
13, p. m.. thence to church ot St. Peter's ceme
tery. WALKER Entered Into rest on Saturday.
October 14. ISO, at ai p m after a brief
Illness. Mrs. Catherine Walker, beloved mother
ot Mrs. s G. Dc vanx. R. J. Walker and Al
len D. Walker. Funeral will take place Mon
day. October re at 2 o. m.. from the residence
of her daughter. No. SH7A South Grand avenue,
to New St. Marcus Cemetery. Friends Invited
to attend. Philadelphia. Pi, capers rleaas
.Yttriitiou of the Whole Country
Xow Centered on Maryland,
Where First Battle Is
to Be Fought.
Washington, Oct. 5. Senator Gorman's
speech In Mar land yesterday. In which
he criticised President Roosevelt on the
negro Question, Is regarded by the lead
ers of both parties In Washington ns a
pacemaker for tho Democratic national
campaign next year.
President Roosevelt's closest political
and personal friends regard it as the be
ginning of the execution of a plan to make
the race problem a great issue against
the Republicans in the presidential elec
tion. Democrats, too, consider Mr- Gor
man's attack with no attempt to conceal
their delight and all appear to welcome
Incidentally the speech is regarded here
as placing Mr. Gorman squarely in the
race for the Democratic nomination and
bidding in the most prominent manner for
tho support of delegates from the South.
TO FORCE RACE ISSUE.
It develops to-day that It is a well-determined
plan on the part of nations!
Democrats to force the race Issue to the
front, not alcne In the South and the
close States of Maryland. Delaware, New
Jersey and West Virginia, but also In the
larger cities of Ohio. Indiana. Illinois and
Ion a. where they think it possible to stir
up the foreign-born voters on the negro
question. They also argue that it there Is
to be anv doubt about Kentucky and Mis
souri the race Issue will make those
States surely Democratic.
It Is not tho Intention to bring the
question prominently forward in the Dem
ocratic platform, but to hammer it home
on every Democratic stump. Republicans
here take tho view. Judging from tho per
sonalities In Senator Gorman's speech,
that the Democrats Intend to make this
part of their campaign directly personal
to Mr. Roosevelt himself, and wherever
it Is possible to emphasize the Booker
Washington dinner Incident and the Crum
appointment with "a white man's govern
ment for tho white man." the campaign
cry from one end ot the country to the
Senator Gorman, as the leader of his
party In Congress, will lose no opportunity
during the coming Eusslon to develop tho
Issue, and campaign material Is expected
out of renewed discussion of the Crum
case and the Indlanola Post Office.
The election in Maryland is looked upon
by both parties as an Important test ot
the negro question as a campaign issue.
It will be the first expression by the peo-
Ele of that State on the restricting legis
itlon. now in force there, wherein the
educational test bars many negroes from
the privileges of tha ballot.
Senator Gorman's speech Is regarded as
staking almost the entire election In Mary
land on this question alone. It is known
that he looks upon the result as very Im
portant to his party, and his friends re
card It as critical to his own chances for
the Democratic nomination. Should
Maryland stand by him on election day
and support his views on the race ques
tion as against those of President Roose
velt, It is thought here that the election
will go a long ways towards establishing
him as tho probable Democratic nominee
A rather humorous incident at the meet
ing which Senator Gorman addressed yes
terday rho the temper of the Demo
cratic gatherings on this question.
In following the Senator's speech, in
which ha made prominent Booker Wash
ington as a guest at the White House, an
entertainer appeared on the stage and sang
"I Got a "White Man Working for Me,
The song aroused not only great amuse
ment, but enthusiasm as well, and
brought forth cheers upon cheers.
Cotton Belt Trains
For Southeast Missouri. Arkansas and
Texas now leave at 8:34 a. m. and S:S
p. m., running through without change.
Ticket office, K09 Olive street, and Union
Free Methodist Pastors Receive
Their Charges at Guthrie.
Guthrie, Ok., Oct. 3. The Oklahoma
Annual Conference of tjie Free Methodist
Church, which has been In session here
since Wednesday, closed to-night. The
conference meets next year at Geary.
The appointments wero read by W. A.
Sallew of Jamestown as follows:
Guthrie Dlstrtct-F. II. Allen, Prestdlnc El
der. Guthrie and Campbell. J. X Urown; Wa
terloo and Falrvlew. to be suppllsj; Fallis. Oak
Grove. Hails Creek and Iio.vllle, F. D. Worth,
supply: Oklahoma City. William Burkeoolder:
Norman. Anna 11. Tennehllt supply; Asber. to
be supplied. Mound. Catoo-a and Prior Creek,
to bo supplied.
Ponca, iUrtrlct F. K. Allen. District Elder.
Tonkawa. White Rock. Maple's Grove and
Stony l-olnt. E. D Wells; hhsrter ajll Black
burn, a M Iladdnck. Perry. Iine Elm and
Star. II Nrn-. supply, Au and Mebon. U. W.
Enid District r. IL Allen. District Elder.
Enid and G&rber. C. E. Carter, supply: Cold
water C Mattlccly: Deer Creek and satchel
Valley. M. Welch. Partmetlc. M. Welch, esp
ply: Gilbert and JeCerson. J 11. Wright, sup
plv. Hennessey and Waukomls. to be supplied.
Kingfisher District C E. Harrow. Jr . Dis
trict Elder: Cablon and Bethel, M. Wright:
Geary. Watonin. and Itrtdneport. W. S. Freer:
Talon. Sf ellnjc. Lake Side and Camanro. C W.
Vantreese: Tlvala. Dyke and Fountain, to be
Cleo District C E. Harrow. Jr. District
Elder: Auirusta and Weslr H. IL lsabell. ut
X,y; Carwlle. Rlnirwood and Ames. J. M. Culp.
supply; Dave and Isabelle. Fi x Oobb, sunr-lv;
Moscow and Hci-by. W. E. McWIUlama: Gaxe.
to be supplied.
Hobart District Harrow. Jr- District FSJr:
Robert. Woirr. SenUnel and Granite, c W.
Addlngton: Hobart Mission, to be supplied:
Apache and Chickasaw. R. II Shoup- Poarch
and Hebbner. M. C Swltart. supply; Frederick
and Faxon, to be supplied.
WOULD CHECK EMIGRATION.
John Redmond Advises Irish to
Remain at Home.
Iondon. Oct. S. Speaking at Klllarney
to-day. John Redmond, the Irish leader,
declared the time had arrived to start
a campaign against emigration.
One cause of emigration that ought to
be removed, he said, was the exaggerated
prospect held out to Irish boys and girls
If they went to America. He criticised
Andrew Carnegie's recent speech nt
Waterford and said the poorest laborer In
Kerry was happier than the majority of
Irish worklngmen In the United States.
US' New Orleans nnd Return $1S.Z5
Via nilnols Central Railroad. October 3
and K. returning October 30.
Two New Oklahoma Banks.
Guthrie. Ok.. Oct, S. Territorial Bank
Commissioner Paul Cooper to-day granted
authority to two new banks to commence
Bank of Lockridge. Logan County, with
a capital stock of 119,000. The incor
porators are: A. P. Smelze, II. C Gcss and
J. S. Mabon of Guthrie.
Tho Citizens' Bank of Jett, Ok., with a
capital stock of 210,000. The Incorporators
are: T. P. Cary. C T. Powclt J. II.
Barnes. L. J. Moorman of Jett and W.
G. Moorman of UlchficW. Ky.
Weddlnc Rings (Solid Gold).
Finest "qualities. U to 1T0. Mermod &
Jaccard's. Broadway and Locust.
James liil! States That Mouey for
Construction Cannot Be Ob
tained on Satisfactory
New York, Oct. 2J. A cons-rvadve
policy or retrenchment Is to be carried
out on all of the Unes of the Vandexbllt
This policy will apply to suspensions of
such works of improvement as are now
urgently necessary, as well as to reduc
tions of 'working forces. It can be stated
on the highest authdrlty. however, that
there will be no delays In the New York
terminal Improvements, so far as the com
pany is concerned. There is a time limit
to this work, agreed upon between the
New York Central management and tho
municipal authorities, and the engineering
department of the railroad company has
Instructions to complete tho work inside
of this time limit If possible.
Some Important projects will be held
In check between New York nnd Chicago,
the most Important being the proposed
new union station In Buffalo.
The Lake Shore Railroad has also plans
under consideration for extensive changes
In its facilities in Cleveland, and these
plans will be held in abeyance, as also
will some desirable easterly extensions
and connections of the Cleveland. Cincin
nati. Chicago and St. Louis (Bis Four)
President Ingalls of the last-named road
says there are no Indications of any fall
ing off this year in the largo traffic that
tne rauroaus nave neen nanuuna- do juuk.
The controlling powers of the Vanderbilt
system, it may be stated, are not basing
their policy of retrenchment upon any
vlslblo signs of a shrinkage in traffic but
rather upon a desire to be in a safe po
siUon if the existing unsatisfactory
monetary and labor conditions do not
check the general prosperity of the coun
try. James J. Hill's declaration that It Is now
Impossible to go Into Wall street wid get
large sums of money on satisfactory terms
to put into railroad Improvement is being
made by railroad managers generailv as
the kejnote of the -situation Mr Hill's
own railroad the Great Northern has
made toma marked reductions In Its; work
ing force and In Its plans for immediate
lmrrot ements. Mr. Hill's Influence is
strong in both the Erie and the Balti
more and Ohio.
The Erie has already announced that it
will defer about S3.0W.OOU of Improvements
and now comes a semiofficial statement
that all of the nonurgent work en the
Western divisions ot the BalUmore nnd
Ohio management will be tempo.-arily
abandoned. The letUng of contracts for
nearly ei.O30.0Q0 ot extensions will bo post
The BaiUznore and Ohio management Is
also preparing to reduce the number ot Its
employes. Considerable shop work will
be suspended In consequence of the grad
ual decrease in the demand for rolling
The Chicago. Rock Island and Pacific
will defer all extensions and Important
connections for which contracts hive not
been let Tto building of several small
local lines In Texas lias been abandoned
for the time being. Plans for a Western
extension from Amarlllo. In Oklahoma,
have been so modlfled that only halt of
the construction originally planned will be
An arrangement has been made to con
nect with a new eastward brarch rf the
Atchison. Topeka and Santa Fa rut cf
Albuquerque. The Atchison tnncunces
that no new work of Important will bo
undertaken this fall.
ItRB TO DETERMINE UIW.
Salts Filed Against Railways In
Texas Came Trouble.
Dallas, Tex.. Oct. 3. The traits that
have been filed in the name of the State
of Texas by the County Attorney of
Travis County against all the railroads
ot the State for alleged violation of the
antitrust laws are causing general attor
neys of railroads to do a world of "dig
ging" into what is really the law.
One general attorney In Dallas has as
certained that, while there Is much doubt
as to the State collecting any damages
from the railroads on account of the con
tracts had with the express companies,
there is a law on the statute books that
was passed in 1SS7, whereby it is required
of all railroads to afford equal facilities
to all express companies. This law. how
ever, does not give any penalties to the
State for violation thereof.
It Is a civil statute only, and the remedy
for violation is a suit for damages by the
express companies against the railroads,
together with mandamus proceedings to
compel tha railroads to comply with this
"I do not know why every one connect
ed with tho legal end ot railroads has ap
parently overlooked this law for all these
years." added this attorney. "The law has
been on the books for sixteen years, and.
so far as I am able to find, it has never
been onco Invoked In the courts I om sat
Isiled the railroads and the express com-
panlesr-wlll have no trouble in defeating
the suits that have been brought, but this
old express law may promise trouble for
tho railroads of Texas in the future."
INGAI.LS TO SEE VANDEItUII.T.
President of Birr Four Wants Better
New York, Oct, Si-President Mdvult
E. Ingalls of the Cleveland. Cincinnati,
Chicago and St. Louis Railroad Is now In
this city, and one of the purposes of his
visit Is understood to be the securing of
W. K. Vanderbllfs approval of certain
enlargements ot the Big Four's terminal
Mr. Ingalls says that the traffic ot the
Big Four system has outgrown Its facili
ties In some quarters. New train yards,
stations, and warehouses are needed In
several of the medium-sized cities alons
the line. The IndlanapoUs yard, in par
ticular. Is to be enlarged and a new
freight depot constructed. Mr. Ingalls
declares that the Big Four is earning a
sufficient sum to pay operating expenses,
fixed charges and leave a surplus. He
sees no Indications ot any falling off in
the volume of freight traffic.
President Ingalls is personally interest
ed In the old Chicago and Southeastern
Railroad, which is being rehabilitated as
fast as possible
WANTS- TO RECTIFY WR05G.
I'aasenger 'Who Rode Free Ten Tears
Ago Wants to Par Fare.
General Passenger Agent Morton of the
M., K. & T.. has received one of the most
unusual types of "conscience-stricken"
letters on record.
The letter is dated from Colorado
Springs. Colo., and the writer states that
ten yean ago, during the Chicago Fair,
he rode from Fort Scott to Hannibal, Mo..
"through the courtesy of your conductor,"
without paying fare but lately he has
begun living a Christian 11 fo and feels
that this matter should be fixed up some
Continuing, the writer says: "If you
say so I will pay the required amount;
If. on the other hand, you could overlook
this wrong on my part, I would greatly
Editor's Reply to a Scalper.
The following letter was addressed by a
weU-known Western editor In response to
a ticket broker in Chicago, soliciting fansi
sess from his paper;
Sir Tou are evidently laborlna- under a tals-
epprvnerjioa. vox- rjarev is a twesi ox oscntoa
and a legitlmue publication. It does sot fike
Its business, nor does It Invite "".7, jq,
fakers. X do not understand why you ahosla
have Invited It to enter Into partnership wlta
you la an eScrt to rob the railroad ceppsa'ea.
THE TRUST'S NEW TOOL:
THE LABOR BOSS
Ray Stannard Baker makes an amaz
ing discovery in the industrial world, and
describes it with the same fairness and
vigor as his other widely read articles on
NEW YORK: GOOD GOVERNMENT IN DANGER
The politics of the metropolis are always interesting ; particularly so when written up
by Lincoln Steffens who poured hot-shot into St. Louis, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, and
other cities in a remarkable series of papers that appeared in McClure's.
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I note with some regret year statement that
"your tost experience wlta editorial rnllessra
and trip ticket has been a very snccessrul
one." if this statement be true I am rorced to
the conclusion that there are as bbj scoundrels
in he newspaper bcAinese as In yours.
In the hope that the above statements are
sufficiently explicit to penetrate even jour un
Contract for 1,800,000 Ties.
Memphis, Tenn, Oct. IS. The Lord &.
Ayers Tie Company ot Chicago has closed
a contract with several large sawmills In
Mississippi for 1.G00.O90 pine ties. As fait
as the ties are delivered they will be
shipped to Carbondale. I1L. where they
will be treated chemically and turned
ever to the Illinois Central Railroad. The
ties will be used In the double-tracking
work now in progress between Memphis
end Fulton. Ky., and in repairs through
out the system. This number of ties will
build COO miles of road.
Regular Traffic Begins.
Guthrie. Ok., Oct. Si Regular traffio
was begun by the Frisco to-day on its line
between here and Chandler. The road is
forty-eight miles long and was built as
the Choctaw. The Frisco assumed control
only a few weeks ago. This Is the third
new road operating trains Into Guthrie
within six months.
Repairing; of Fine Watches
And Jewelry a specialty. F. W. Drosien.
Seventh and Pine.
RELICS OF MOUND BUILDERS.
Collection of Axes, Arrow Heads
and Celts Unearthed.
Richmond, Ind. Oct. 15. That a prehis
toric village,. Inhabited by mound build
ers, was located In Montgomery County,
Indiana, and that the site of tha village
Is now known. Is the belief of J. Lee Al
len and Wlnton tltterbeck, who have made
extensive excavations recently; They dis
covered at almost every turn of the spade
fresh evidence that they have unearthed
relics of an extinct race. A collection of
axes, celts, ceremonled stones, arrow
heads and other utensils supposed to have
been used by the prehistoric tribes have
been forwarded to State Geologist Blatch.
ley by Allen and Utterbeck. Ho claims
tha collection is superior In many ways to
any in the world.
The collection was taken from the farm
of Junius If. Allen, and Is tho work of
years on the part of J. L. Allen and Ut
terbeck. In the center of the farm is a
small hill, but It was not considered a
relic of the mound builders until the dis
covery of so many relics made such seem
My entire stock of fall and winter styles
Is In. Hesse. C17 Pine.
Paint, Oil ami I) run Meeting-.
A meeting or the Faint, OH and Drug
Club of St. Louis will be held at the
Missouri Athletic Club on Wednesday, Oc
tober IS. at 630 p. m. The object of the
meeting Is to elect and Install officers and
receive the report of delegates to the re
cent National Convention.
Three-fourths of the food eaten contains starch. The first process of digestion is the conversion of starch into dextrine.
We require starch, but when foods containing an excess are continuously eaten a cog in the first wheel of the digestiva
machine is knocked out and the other wheels of the machine soon, in sympathy, the whole process of digestion goes
wrong, causing- the commonest form of Indigestion starch dyspepsia. Most of the so-called breakfast foods contain an
excess of starch, white
is twice baked at a high temperature so as to destroy the excess of
Palafaiili NiiriilQQs Easy of Digtsfion
Dr. Price, tho creator of Dr. Price' Creaxa BaJdag Powder and Delicious Flavorifle Extracts.
A 39k beak entJaino 78 xoellent receipts far ! tha Foed malltd free to any addrtsf .
Prmmmrtd tJV4PmGE.OEBEtF00DCJ3MPAffY.CMcaao. SHinoIs,
"McCLURE'S is the only magazine that really bites."
Three articles that " bite. " ind a half dozen absorb
ing stories make the
the most notable and readable magazine of the month,
regardless of price.
THE WONDERS OF RAD1UA1
Cleveland Moffett tells all there is to
know of the marvelous new clement
most of it never before put in print from
information he got first hand from the
discoverer himself. The drawings by A.
Castaigne are a special feature.
Labor trouble haa mads It Impossible for tn mechanics to complete my enlsrsed
restaurant as early as expected. This elegant Restaurant, when nntshed. will occupy
the entire basement of the Cntmlcal building-. EUbta and Olive streets. It will consist
ot three larre dlnlnc-rooms and aeveral smaller private dining-rooms for teceptlcas,
parties and banquet.
Just now there are, besides my regular Restanrant. one ot the new larze dining-rooms
snd one of the private room open to th public The other new dlntng-rocms will be
completed shortly, makiag tne "Lippe Kestaurant" the ltrgert and handsomest In SC
Dnrinr alterations on Elthth street It is reauested that the Olive street entranc to the
Cafe throuzh the Chemical bulldlrc be used. Ax has teen the curtom. there will be
music every evening by Vcget's orensstra.
YOUR CONTINUED PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
STLIQUOR DRINKING. MORPHINE
iu tittine mi rat, tnumm. rune tu tmrrrrt mantis
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Ur6 2803 LOCUST STREET,
HOMC TUCATMCrfT FOR
Vtr see lutbtsi'Jef oa See rutioDery sod
ocr rrotk lacrodff ths Uten pipers , la stl of
las tsiekMUS!- tints. VTrdi.nr s-sllonery,
uccnallel In romrtatfl sf farm, bid
cssllty of eocrsvlar snd cestui elegiatc.
Is oar iperUhy.
An elaborate sceclcira tool of f tihlonsble
itauoncry will be tossed to say irtpersIMs
perron, la or out ct the rlty, snd etUn-atts
fomUbcd on any crdr, Uwrerer small or
021 Loeusr 5fi
PEACEMAKER IS WOUNDED.
James .Campbell Shot at Home
of George Ellis.
While playing the part of the peace
maker at the home ot George Ellis ot No.
1013 California avenue, who, it Is alleged,
attempted to shoot his wife. James
Campbell, a real estate agent, was shot
and silently wounded at 133 o'clock yes
Kills. It is said, came home and quar
reled with his wife, and threatened to
shoot her. He went to tho basement, the
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TOBACCO ana ntURASTHCNI.
The surest war to Fnrfim fa
via the "Savings Boad." Beit
accommodations and facilities
to all perions Aetlrinj to reach,
there are furnished by this
eompanr. Bates 3 per cent on
deposit. Capital, Surplus and
police say. and returned with a weapon.
Kills leved the revolver at his wife, and
was about to Are. when Campbell, who
was visiting the family. Interfered. The
bullet grazed the skin on Campbeirs Tight
Patrolman Michael Byrne ot the Third
District was attracted by the Hhot. but
made no arrests. Campbell declared that
he would not prosecute Ellis.
Campbell refusd medical attention and
went to his home. No. 1S3 Olive street
ItamflelJ. o. Oct. S Lieutenant Commander
Martin Bratnrton. V S. N-. formerly chief en
gineer on the battleship Kentucky of the Asiatic
Sooadron. died ot llrlshfs disease at the home
of his brother here to-day. sred At years. Dur
ing the Spanish-American War he was Inspec
tor in the Bureau of Navigation at Washington.
starch and reader it
and Raaiy'io Eai
I'rtstatloz Monday, Taiidtj tad ThanJtf
ftljhlM taJ SMtmrtlMr .Miliars,
RIP VAN WINKLE.
W'cdsctdlx lad FtliMy KljbU,
Mr. JeCenoa as Bob Acre.
Stturdty NlxhtDoublt Bill,
Cricket on the Hearth.
Lend Me Five Shillings.
Mr Jefferaca tn both plays.
NEXT SUNDAY-SEATS THUMDAT.
The Augustin Daly Musical Company la
A COUNTRY GIRL,
Direct From Daly's Theater, New Tork.
TTOEFLI. MUSIC, nEFIXKD COMEDT.
20 Principals, Chorus of 60.
The largest stndlenee ever assem
bled In the Century Theater to wit
ness the triumph, ot minstrelsy.
Lew Dockstader's -Minstrels.
Mscagetnent James IL Decker.
i:U. 31 VT PRICES 25c TO Sl.OO.
lleguUr Matinee Saturday.
Sir Joseph Jefferson attended the perform
ance and declared It a grand ecterulnxaeat.
SEATS READY THURSDAY.
, KLAW & ERIVNCER'3
Unparalleled Gorceous Production.
TIIC GTtEATEPT SPECTACUIiAR
TR1US1P11 OF THB STAGE.
400 IN THE PRODUCTION.
Tne Tktmttr Witrt
Yn S tit Bnt
tS-Cent Matinees Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.
TO-MORROW. I LOVE. 1 1elS,JS.H
Sunday Mat. Next McFaddsn's Bow of Flats.
frPAaMra Matinee To-Day.
vanHivu good seats, 230.
Night Prices. lS-S--S0-75c
?veabS - olO'UBBERVILLES."
The Original Xevr York Production.
Next Sunday MaUnee ROBERT EMMET.
Continuous VaadeTille, 1:30 to 10:30 Dillf
All This Week and Next Snnday.
Emmet tConlr an Holmes and Waldos.
and CO Billy S. dlsord.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mcr-stlnson and Mertaa.
phy. DeVan Slaters.
Swan and Bamtard. sisters Meredith.
Kecnedy and Rooney. Mona. Zano.
Martin and Rid-way. The Klcodrome.
Ce. toe, too Orchestra Chairs. Reserved. THL
AL. W. MARTIN'S
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.
TWO FR0UCI DAILY.
THE MOONLIGHT MAIDS.
Prasentlng A RIAIT0 ROUMDU, In Twt Art.
Next Attraction SAM DETERS CO.
CRAWFORD THEATER, fiAim
Tbt Lrmta Twin
AT THE RACES
With Pitt! Rots.
Son. Mat. Nor. 1.
Th UldnlKht Express.
6 HIGH-CLASS RAGES
RAIN OR SHINE,
Commencing Promptly Mt 2 p.m.
Admission la tha Eronnds and Brand Stilts 11,
WH.UAM F. HOMES. U. J. DtBOLllJIi
ESTABLISHED m ISO.
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JIAHI5E l.NSLllASCE COMPACT.
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Tel, Dell Msln rTMA. Tet. Ktoioch X IKS.
Policies are written oa either stock cr mam!
Henry C Has rs tick. J, li. C Lness.
M. R. Orthweln. D. D Walker.
CTm r Homes. Jas w. BelL
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compared with what It
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