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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC :,SUND AY. FEBRUARY 7, 1904.
CHAUVENET HOME LOOTED.
Vandals Destroy Property of St.
Louis Family-- Steal Valuables.
Pitts-field. Mass.. Feb. 6.Vandals have
looted the beautiful summer home In
rittsfield of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chauve
net of St. Louis.
It was discovered to-day that the doors
nnd nlndons had been smashed and the
costly woodwork has been badly damaged.
The owners of the house hdc been notl
fed. It could not be learned to-day how
extensive the robbery was.
High-Grade Investment Securities
Bought aud Sold. Bond list on
AMOK-Oa fcaturdaj. February 6. 18"4. at 3'30
o'clock p m . El!aMti Amor tiiee ssrhroido.
Oeail-- beto-ed wife of Eugene Amor, our dear
mottier. mother-in-law. granJn-othcr aim sifter,
alter a llneerlne illness. aKed 75 st I month
and g da! Funeral Mondiy. February g, at
1:S0 p m . from famll residence. No. oSIl
South Jefferson aem-e. Friends Invited to at
tend. Cleveland. O.. and lllllsboro. Mo., ra
pe's please cop.
BAUER-Entered Into reft on Saturda.
m-rt-ary 6. 1). at S.S) a m . Catherine Bauer,
wife of the late John Bauer, and mother or
Henri Glas and charle llauer. at the aite or
5S iars Funeral will take place at residence.
No 1220 Cass a enue. on Mondaj , 1 ebruarj' .
at 2 p. m.
UKRRY-On lTlday. February. S. 1904. at 4
o'clock p. m.. at late rcidece. "so 51', Soutn
Cln(t avenue. Patrick H. Uerrj'. beloved hus
band of Mao- Kerry and father of Thomas. Wil
liam and James Berry, aired 61 sears. I-uneral
Monday. February . at 8.30 o'clock a. m.. from
late residence. No ".HI ttouth EvilnR avenue,
to St. MalachVs Church, thence to Calvary
Cemeters. Friends Invited to attend. St. Paul.
MIrn . papers -jlia.'-e copy.
CASEY At Ferguson. Mo. February 6 l'W.
u 3 p. m., John Casey, aged 7S vears anl 6
. DAVENPORT On Saturday. February 6.
14. at 1:45 p m . at his home. No. II jn North
Fifteenth street. George II. Davenport, ased
IJ j ears and 11 months. Due notice of funeral
later. LouUlana. Mo., papers please cops.
DLLANEY On Fridav. Fcbru.-ry 5. 1904
Margaret Dela-iey. aged C6 firs. Funeral from
family residence. No S Montgomery street,
on Mondaj. February S. at 8:1" a. m.. to Sacred
Msart Church, thence to Calvary Cercctorj.
DREINHOFHIX Entered Into rest -it Ms
liome In Maplenood. M). uriiv. tebranry
t. 14. at 6 p. rr . J r" Dr-iiiT'f'r. aged s;
jears. Funeral from residence. TuHy. Feb
ruary 9. at 9 a. m . to juJ, Mo. Friends in
cited to attend.
DOOLET On Friday. Februarv S. 14. at 7.S1
o'clock a. m. Mrs. Bridget Dooles. beloved
mother of Sir. Emlle Cougot. The funeral will
take place Sunday. 7th Inst., at 1-.30 o'clock p
m.. from the family residence. No. 425 Finney
avenue, to St. Ann's Church, thence to Calvar)
Cemetery. Interment private.
UALLMAN On TVednesday. February 3. ViQt.
at 6 a. m.. Wllle Ballman (nee Sanders), be
loved wife of Edward Ialln.an and dear mother
of Mary and Hobert Ballman, after a lingering
Illness, at the age of 28 vears Funeral from
family rtsldence. No. 3418A North Eleventh
street, on Sunday. February 7. 1904. at 1:30 p.
m . to Hols Trinity Church, thence to Calvary
Cemeters Relatives and friends Invited to
attend. The bereaved famils.
DlLZELlr-On Friday. February 5. 194, at
S:13 a. m . after a lingering Illness, at her
home In Frailer l'ark. at the age of 35 sears.
Eugenia I Daliell (nee Lambert), wife of Ben
1 Dalzell. mother of Bennle 1 Dalzell. sister
of Bmlle r and John Lambert and Mrs. Clif
ford II Undav-. Funeral Mondas. --February K.
at 10 a m . from late residence In Frailer l'ark
to s-t Nicholas Church, thence to Calvarj tem
etcrs Friends "ntted to attend Philadelphia,
Chicago and Jersesvllle. 111., papers please
FAY-On Friday. Febn.anr 5. 1M. at S:4"j
o'clock p m. Clarence H Fas', beloved son of
Hermnn W. and Annie M. Fas. of typhoid fe
vtr aged IS vears and 9 months Funeral from
famllv residence No P3 hcanlan avenue. Sun
das, Februars 7. at, 1'0 o'clock p. m
FRANK On Sin-May. February 1. 19-34. at 6
o'clock a. m ," at kos Arureles, Cal . Henry
Kank, beloved husband, of Frances Frank (nee
Trank). ared 51 vears. Funeral Monday.-reb-ruarv
8 from lesldence of his brother. Max
Frark. No 303 Olascow place, at 9 30 a m
lxjsvllle, Kj'., and Peoria, 111 . papers please
KEARNEY Suddenls". at his mother's resi
dnce. Jame J. Kearney. Funeral from hi"
mother's house Mondas. Mrlctls private. Cin
cinnati. New York and Indianapolis papers
KELLER On Thurilar. February 4. JM at
1.1 p. m . John G. Keller, at the age of 78
vrnrs 6 months and 4 dass Funeral will lake
p'ace on S"unday. J'ebruars ".from the resi
dence of hi" son Charles P. Keller. No 311S
llllnol- a' enue. ot 1 o'clock p m. Friends of
the family are Invited to attend.
LITTLE Ruddenls', on Wednesday. February
3. 1304 Arthur E Little beloved brother of
Marv E. Little. In his fiftieth sear, runeral
Sunday. Februarv 7. at 2.30 P- m.. from resi
dence. No. Sill Minerva avenue. Interment pri
vate. MARSOT-On Thursdar. Februarv 4. 1904. at
12 45 o'clock p m.. Matilda E Marsot (nee
Dressier), beloved wife of Louis V. Marsot. The
funeral will take place Sun lay. February 7. at
3 '30 o'clock p m.. from family residence. No.
St Clinton street, to St Michael's Church,
thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are In
vited to attend. Deceaed was a member of
Liberty Ladles and Armenia Frauen Vereln.
PALMER On Saturday. February 6. 1904. at
II m.. Margaret l"almer. beloved mother of
Mrs. Richard O'Neill (nee Moran), Mrs Wil
liam Itobertscn (nee Moran), Mrs Dennis Col
lins (nee Moram, James Moran anl Ellrabeth
Palmer, aged 67 vears. The funeral will take
place Mondas, February 8. at 9 a. m , from the
residence of her son-in-law. Dennis Oolllns,
No. 25024 Howard street, to St Leo' Church,
thence to Calvary Cemeters. Hartford, Conn.,
papers please copy.
BCHAEFER Entered Into rest on Frldir,
February 5 1904. John Schaefer, beloved hus
band of Clara Schaefer (ne RIcharl). and
father of Clara and Stella Schaefer. and brother
of William Schaefer. Marie Oehler and Anna
Ott. and son-in-law of Ellisbeth Rlchari. an-r
a short Illness, at the age of 60 years Funeral
takes place on Fundas. February 7. at 1 p. m..
from fa-ntl" residence. No. 3306 Siuth Broadway.
t P. Agatha's Church, thence to SS Peter and
Paui's Cemeters'- Trlends and relatives are In
v lted to attend. Peoria papers please cops.
PCHMALZ-On Frldaj-. Februarv- 111. at
305 a. m.. Leopold Schmalz. beloved husband of
Angellka Schmalz (nee Doeringv. and dear
father of Leonle. Alban and Walter Schmilz.
and father-in-law of Henrietta Schmalz (nee
Conradl) and Agnes Schmali (nee Vahrenkamp).
aged &8 years and 4 months. Funeral Sundry.
Februars 7. at 2 p. m . from the residence, so.
28:4 Shenandoah avenue. Cincinnati and Colum
bus, o.. and Birmingham, Ala., papers pleas
SCHAEFER Attention. Master Horseshoers
All members are requested to attend funeral of
John Schaefer Sunday at 1 p. m., from resi
dence. No. 3306 South Broadway.
E. BUTLER, President
C. J, Kellly, Secretary.
WIFDEMEIER-On Februars- E. 1904. at 630
p m . Frederick Wledemeler. beloved father
of Mrs. Elizabeth Kuhr (nee Wledemeler),
Joseph Wledemeler, Maria TJbben. (nee Wlede
meler). Anna Hambeeker (nee "Wledemeler),
August and Edward Wledemeler. our dear father-in-law
and grandfather, after a short Ill
ness, aged 77 years and 11 days The funeral
will take place on Tuesdav February 9. at
830 a. to., from residence. No. 1420 Chambers
street, to St. Llboiius's Church, thence to SS.
Peter and Paul's Cemetery. Friends- Invited to
attend. Matyvllle, Kas.. and Alton rapers
WEBSTER On Friday. February 5. 1904. at
2 pm. Maggie E Webster, beloved diugher
of Charles T. and Alice Webster, aged 19 S'ears.
Funeral -from ramllv residence. No. 4232 Cote
Brllliante avenue. Mondaj, Februarv- S. at 2
p. m. Interment private.
WUNSCII On Saturday. February C. 194. at
S p m, Clara "nunsch (nee Kessler). beloved
wife of August Wursch and. dear mother of
August. Jr.. Laura, Richard. Frank and Wil
liam Wunech. and dear sister of Edward.
Richard and Annie Kessler. after a severe ill
ness, aged 40 vears. The funeral will take place
on Tuesday. Februars' 9. at 130 p m , from
famllv residence. No 1630 South Second street.
Relatives and friends invited to attend. Sail
Francisco. Cal , and Highland, III , papers
MIL AND MRS. CHARLES KRATZ wish to
thank the relatives and friends for the floral
offerings and other expression of irympathv In
their recent bereavement by the death of their
deughter. Anna K., who was burled Sunda$-,
WOTI a feeling of deep gratitude for the
sympathy and kindness extended to the be
reaved family of the late Manus FrM, bv the
members of the-Ancient Order of Hibernians.
Division No 2. Magnolia Lodge. No 1454, K.
and I. of II.. and the City. Sewer and Fire de
partments, we take this method of showing; our
appredaMon bv thanklnj- you.
VV MRS. JENNIE FRIKL Wife.
MORRIS MULCAHEY, Brother-in-law.
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IN SMOOT CASE,
All "Will Have Chance of "Hearing
Proceedings in Case Against
WILL BEGIN MARCH 1.
Chairman of Privileges and Elec
tions Committee Receives Per
mission to Summon Unlim
ited dumber of Witnesses.
Washington, Feb. 6. Complete investi
gation of the protests agulnBt Reed Smoot
retaining his seat in the United States
Senate will begin March 1 before the Com
mittee on Privileges and Elections.
The committee agreed to this date at a
meeting held to-day, and Chairman Bur
rows was given unlimited power to sum
mon witnesses and to appoint a subcom
mittee to go to Utah to take testimony if
such a course shall be found to be neces
sap. A list of twenty witnesses was submit.'
ted by the protestants. and roost ofidiKlie
wiil be here soon after March 1. It was
determined that the hearing of the case
shall be public The protestants, who are
now organizing to make the fight against
Senator Smoot. have declared that It Js
not their intention to enter into what arc
known as the Lelllch charges.
Former Representative R. TV. Taylor
has announced that it is in the Interest
of his client to try the case as respects
the relation of the Mormon Church to the
United States Government and the intru
sion of a great hierarchy into the politi
cal affairs of the nation.
The witnesses to be summoned are for
the most part members of the Mormon
Church. Among them are children al
leged to be the offspring of polygamous
marriages contracted since the manifesto
It is not decided whether such witnesses
will be permitted by the committee to give
testimony, as each question of tne admis
sibility of testimony will be decided as It
Is reached In the hearings.
POPE IS NOT GOING BLIND.
Report Recently Sent Out by
News Agency Denied.
SPECIAL BY CABLE.
Rome, Feb. 6. Vatican officials this even
ing denied a report that Pope Pius Is prac
tically blind. They say the Pope Is passa
bly well, but Is still suffering somewhat
from gout. His sight, according to the
report sent out by Dalzlel's News Agency,
has been falling ever since his accession to
the papacy, owing to the extremely damp
air of the Vatican, and two celebrated
oculists. Doctors Bacclnelll and Socelllngo,
had urged that he abstain totally from
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ENGLISH TRAMP RECORDED
A MURDER IN HIS DIARY.
Vannbonil. Who Slew A (ted Woman
In Kidderminster, la Identified
by His O-rrn Itand-nrrltln-r,
London, Feb. S That it is another of
those stories from real life that would be
dismissed as Incredible if used In a novel
ist's plot is all one can say of the tale
that has Just come from Lincoln of a
tramp who killed a woman, recorded the
fact in his diary, and has Just fallen into
the hands of Justice through the grcw
some entry being discovered.
The murder with which this tramp now
stands charged was committed In the hop
fields near Kidderminster, nearly three
months ago, under particularly revolting
circumstances. Mary Swinburne, the vic
tim, was 63 years old. One Saturday after
noon she was seen with a stranger. The
next morning a cowkeeper found her body
by the roadside. The murderer had slashed
the body until it was almost unrecogniza
ble, and then departed, leaving his large
heavy knife by her side.
The affair made a great sensation, but
not the faintest clew to the slayer could
be uncovered What mystified the au
thorities more than anything else was the
apparent lack of motive, for so far as they
could discover the woman was on un
friendly terms mlth no one and her finan
cial position would not attract even the
A fen days ago the Jail at Lincoln, some
distance from Kidderminster, admitted a
tramp sentenced by the District Magis
trate to ten days' detention for vagrancy.
While the warder was preparing the bath
every prisoner must take on entering the
prison, he noticed the tramp take from his
pocket a small notebook, tear a leaf out
of it. roll thei paper Into a ball and put
it into his mouth. The officer pretended
to take no notice of the prisoner's action,
and the tramp, at a moment when he
thought the warder's attention diverted,
ejected the partly chewed fragments into
a dark corner of the room. - .
When the prisoner had been, removed to
a cell, the warder gathered up. and placed
together the tiny bits, and read: "I mur
dered her. God help me. Murder will
out." On the same page were other ref
erences to the Kidderminster crime which
convinced the authorities that the mur
derer they were so anxious to meet had
fallen Into their hands.
Mystery of the Sea.
Charleston. Feb. 8. The steamer Co-m'-nche
-reports that she passed at sea a
sailboat with the name Priscltla-patrrted
on. In -the' bottom was a cushion, a coat
and a gun.
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Jean Richepln's French Vaudeville
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H THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CHORUS
By Justin Huntly McCarthy, author of "ir
production Intact as presented at the
COMMENCING MATINEE TO-DAY
FRED IRWIN'S BIB SHOW
THE EIGHT CHAMPIONS!
The)- Are the Chan-plows of the Old World and the New.
8 BRIGHT, BEWITCHING BEAUTIES, 8
The Illjr Sensation of All En rope. And Still There Are Other.
3 DE FAYE SISTEHS 3, Reltned Musical Artlata.
WILLIK WESTON Yon All Know Little Willie. "Suf Ced."
BARTON AD AR1ISTROG.
Thejr Are Bicycle Expert. They Are Fnnny, Too.
MORRISSEY AND CAMERON Eccentric Comedian.
BENNETT AND REVERB A Couple of Warm Ones Some Say Red-Hot.
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SATURDAY MATINEE AT 2.
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N THE THE
I Were King." Entire Company and
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., Wed., Thurs. and Sat. Matinees.
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Seats at Boll-nan's. Feb. 4th.
T.Lduit. TcUPnouc Unom 1M &UPO'
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AUCTION AND STORAGE.
Rrealar sal every Saturdar at wartbouss
and -central offices UOS-lt-U Choutsan ara.
Sales in residences a sseelalty. Phut Klnlock
1808-10-12 CHOUTEAU AVE.
REGULAR SATURDAY SALE '
At our salesrooms eierjr Saturday mornlnr at
10-30 o'clock. In these weekly sales w dlsposs
of Immense quantities of Furniture. Carpet.
Stoves and other miscellaneous goods and ar
ticles. Our location Is central and tt attend
ance of buTers very satisfactory.
A. A. SELKIRK & CO.
I00I and MR WasalBs-um banditry ot
Fire and Ms On Salraxs. Watch ft special sr
AMDEL GANS. Manasf-.
ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY,
February 18 and 19, 1904,
At lO A. M.. we will sell at
At Our Salesrooms,
1005-1007 Washington Ave.,
ST. LOUIS, JIO,
By order of Fire I'nderwrlters. the
-al-,na-e of the well-known HetaU
Dry Goods Firm of
B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS.,
Inventoried Value Over $125,000,
CONSISTING PRINCIPALLY OF
$50,000 -worth of Staple and Domestic
Dry Goods, Flannels, Linings, Wash
Uoods. Silks, Velvets, Ribbons, Lin
ens, Whit Goods.
.$20,000 worth of Laees, Embroideries',
Handkerchiefs, Veilings, Art Era
$20,000 worth of Gloves, Hosiery. Knit
and Muslin Underwear, Suits, Wraps,
$2r-,000 worth of Notions, Furnishing
Goods. Toilet Articles and Sets,
Fancy Goods, Cut Glass, Bric-a-Brac.
$5,000 worth of Genuine Tortoise
Shell Combs and Hair Ornaments.
$5,000 worth of Wild's Linoleums and
a quantity of Japan, China and" Co
ALSO SALVAGE OF
E. 0. GOLDSMITH & CO.y
Fine Clothiers, Memphis, Te-i!,..
$15,000 worth of Men's and Boys Fine
$10,000 worth of Hosiery, Underwear.
Above Stocks are In Nearly Perfect Condition.
Stocks will be divided Into lola to ult
ON EXHIBITION DAY BEFOstE SALE.
SAMUEL GANS. Manager.
The entire stock and fixtures of, the
Fuchs Mercantile Co., lately bankrupt,
to be sold at auction at 1030 a.-m.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY,
February II and 12,
At 606 Washing in Ave.
This is a wholesale stock embracing'
large quantities of hats, shapes, fancy
hoods, silks, velvets, ribbons, chiffons,
veilings, trimmings, etc. Also fine show
cases, large number of French plate
mirrors, electric fans, gas and electric
fixtures, desks, tables, counters, "etc.
To be sold in detail in lots to -suit
trade. Open for inspection Wednes
A. A. SELKIRK & CO.,
TERMS CASH. Auctioneers.
Beginning To-Morroi (Monday), Feb. 8.
Continnons Vaideiille, 1:30 to 10:30 Dally.
FRMCESCA REDDIN6 & CO.,
rresentlnic .Their latest filwtch. 'Tht Cattle
Ths Greatest Canine Act in Vaudstllls.
In HrT Oti1nl Monologue, 'EieTtn-fortir.
Wesson, Walters & Wessoi,
In Their Latest Comedy. "Jinks, the Insuraaea
RAE ft IROSGHE,
Presentlns; "Women sFew Words."
The "Tlddlsher" Vonolot-ue Comedienne.
WILLS ft HASSON,
rheoomenal Head Balancers.
QILLIHAN ft MURRAY,
Sweet Southern Singers.
MR. AND MRS. BEN HUM,
Colored Sinners and Dancer.
SIBNORA EL SALTO,
THE KINODROME I..
New Railroad View.
Orchestra. Chairs Reserved. Uc.
For the Benefit of the
German Protestant Orphans' Hun
St. Chnrle Rock Road)
Under the Direction of '"'
PROF. CHARLES aAsVLOWAY-'
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ULCvll FINNEY AVIS.
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