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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: TUESD'AY, JULY 10. 1004.
AT HE HERMITAGE,
Andrew McMurrav and Miss I'nr-
viance Married in Tennessee
Building, World's Fair.
MRS. LAWRENCE IS A WITNESS
Couple United in Relatively the
fvime Place in Which the
Fiontess Was Married
4fi Years A 20.
Tn the largo double rarlors of the Ten
nessee Stale building at tho World's I'.tlr.
and In exactly the same plan tint rtachael
Jackson, the daughter of Andrew J ick
ssn. the master of "The Hermitage." of
vhich the State Pavilion is a replica, be
ramc Sirs. John Marshall I.iwrcnco more
than forty-six jcars ago. Andrew It Mc
Murray of Maryvillc. Tenn., and Mlsa
Mlnta Tarvlance of Troy. III., wre mar
ried at 10 o'clock yesterday morning. The
-.Kevercnd James Osborn of the Ilnptlst
Church of Troy performed the ceremony
Among those who witnessed the mar
riage was Sirs KHChel Jackson Lawrence,
the child of "The Hermitage." and the
present hostess of the Tenne-wo building.
Pleasant, indeed, were the recollections
the wedding brought her of da-,s of yore,
and the -oung couple themselves were not
one whit happier than this charming old
lady now hale and hearty at the advanced
age of 73 years.
Mr. and Mrs. McMurray hae known
each other for several jevrs Both de
clare theirs was p case of love at first
sight The bride, who Is an orphan, read
ily yielded to the wishes that the wedding
take place at the building of his natlvo
State. The attendants were Mrs. Nellie
Hollls of Madison. Ill . and Mits Clara M
Jones of No. 443SA Baston avenue. St
I.oui. The witnesses were Maehael Jack
on Lawrence, lioness: Miss Sara Yeat
man and Miss Addle Woolard. assistant
liotes?As: Mrs Mary C Dorrls. Com
missioner, and Will T. Hale, custodian of
the Tennessee building.
Knoxvllle. Tenn. will be the future
home of Mr. and Mrs. McMurray.
Word was received yesterday by Com
missioner Jesse Shain. in charge of the
Texas building, that twenty members of
the Texas Commission, including hims-lf,
had signed a note for $10,000. thus reliev
ing the temporary embarrassment in
which the commission found Itself. An
abiding faith In the people ot Texas lias
dominated the commission, and absolute
' assurance is given that the Texas repre
sentation will be maintained.
The bunralow erected on tho Model
street by the New Jersey Commission will
be completed to-day. The building cost
about 11.000. and has been In course, of
cci.structlon for a month. R. A. Meeker
Supervisor of Roads for New Jersty. and
In charge of the good-roads exhibit of that
State at the r.iir. will use the building
as his office, and it will also be made
the licadauarters of those Interested in
the good-roads movement. The walls will
be lined with many pictures, showing the
"before and after" of the good roads in
Xew Jersey, aa well'as -views showing the
toads In course ot construction. Mr.
Meeker Is now In Trenton on official busi
ness. Theodora Sturkow. the Russian pianist,
will give a recital at the Texas building
To-morrow afternoon Is the date decl-
ded upon for the appearance of Macklyn
. .Arbucklc. the actor. In the role of a
lightning sketch artist. Mr. Arbucklc is
said to be as talented and clever an artist
as an actor, which us saying much for his
skill in that direction.
Miss Margaret Shain. the hostess at the
Texas bui'ding this week, announces that
in addition to the list published In The
Republic of Sunday, sic will have as her
assistants Miss Rubv Dlake of Dallas.
Miss Goodman and Miss Helm of Corsl
'cana. and Miss Lovejoy of McKinnev.
Mrs. B. M. Smith, tho hostess of the
Kentucky building, was assisted yesterday
in the reception of visitors to the State
pavilion bv Mrs. Thomas K. Martin of St.
Louis. Mr. Martin is a member of the
Kentucky Society of St. Louis, and the
wives of members of that organization
t take regular turns as assisting the hostess
at the building of the State of their na
tivity. The practice has besn In vogue for
Mme days and has'proven tobe an ac
"Montana, the Treasure State; Its Re
sources and Products," is tho title of a
publication Issued by the Montana Com
mission, and to be distributed free of
charge upon the arrival of a supply with
in a few days. The material for the book
was gathered by John B. Read, who has
been engaged In newspaper work In Mon
tana for many years. The first edition
will consist of 60,000 volumes.
Mrs. Herbert A. Clayborne of Richmond,
Va.. president of the National Society of
Colonial Dames, will be tho honoree at
a reception to be given at the Virginia
building some time during the present
week. Mrs. Clayborne will also be ten
dered a reception by tho St. Louis So
ciety of 'Colonial Dames at the Women's
Club. She Is the guest of Mrs. Benjamin
r. Gray, Jr., of No. S69 Clemens avenue.
Sirs. W. N. Strother, the hostess of the
Virginia building. Is a prominent member
of tho society.
An Impromptu concert was given at the
New York building yesterday afternoon
for tho benefit of a few friends ot Mrs.
Dore Lyons, the hostess of the pavilion.
Mrs. Lyons and her daughter. Miss
Grace, sang, while Gates handborn of
I l-.iladelphU gave several piano selec
tions. Master Sandborn. who Is but IS
-.eiirs old. Is quite an artist, and will
shortly leave for Liepsic to complete his
James N. Perkins, Executive Commis
sioner fo Massachusetts, has returned
from a business trip to Boston.
Charles R. Ban. secretary of the New
York Commission, has returned from a
visit to his home at Wellsville. He was
accompanied by Mrs. Ball and their son,
Miss Laurlna Sonna of Boise Is the
guest of her sister. Miss Annie Sonna. one
of the hostesses at the Idaho Stato build
ing. She has been attending school at Chi
cago, and will spend a week at the Fair
before returning to her home.
W. S. Wltham la at the Fair, with a
party, composed of the officers of the
-twenty-five banks In Georgia, of which he
1") president. The wives of some of the
Sconce the head and bodv
off withPond's Extract when
you get up to-morrow mora
ine and you won't feel the
heat of the day. Pond's Ex
tract keeps the pores clear, the
skin fresh and cool, the mus
cles supple. Simple, isn't it ?
butitstme. mere crc a thou
sand truths about Pond's Ex
tract, any one of 'which may
jceep you trom suttenng.
uet a, Dottle to-day.
Sold only in tealed bottZet .
members are with the party, which num
ber" iy. They were guests at tho Georgia
building jestcrday afternoon.
Fotty young ladies from MNsisppl.
Tennessee and Arkansas will arrive at the
IrwMo Inn to-day. to spend a week at the
lair. The young ladles nre the successful
contestants in the popularity voting con
test arranged by the Memphis News, and
Btllc heie will be the guests of that paper.
Tho First Regiment of the National
Guard of Illinois will give a reception at
tho Stute pavilion this evening id Gov
ernor Richard Yates. Cards hive been
Issued, but nil citizens of Illinois attending
the Imposition are invited to bo present.
M,rw Jolln " Miller of McLcansboro
and Jlr. J J. Brown of Vnndalla are the
now hostesses of tho Illinois building, re
lieving Mi. C. 11 Craig of Salisbury
and Jin Charles Coleman of Vandalia.
who letire to-day after two weeks' seiv
lcc. Miss Lucille Brown will be with her
This Is the last day of Mrs. Nelson A.
Gladdlnq's tirm as hostess of the Indi
ana building, and to-morrow Mrs Joseph
B. Grass will enter upon a ten davs' stay
at tlie pavilion.
George E. Church, rupcrintendent of the
I race Street Grammar School of Trovl
dencc. Is in charge of a partv of forty
Rhode Island school teachers at the Tnlr
They visited the Rhode Island building
Miss Lizzie Cage, the hostess of the Ar
kansas building, lost the badge of her of
fice on her way tn the Christian Church on
Sunday afternoon. On a gold bar ot the
badge is the word "Hostess" and on the
reverse side the Initial "( I P. i: , Ar
kansas Commissioner. 101," was also in
scribed on the badge.
Master Victor Chabulak. aged 9. of Hel
ena, will show his proficiency as a violinist
at tho regular weeklv recital at the Ar
kansas building thl" rooming. Miss Hazel
lates. pianist, and .Ml" Jordan, scprano.
of ravettevillc. will also appear.
Mis-tomr non 7r humiu.
Volume Hill t'nntnln Tito Additional
Annies of Illnxtrlnns Son.
Two names have been added tn the Mis
souri Roll of Honor, and tnese will he re
vealed in the "Missouri Volume" to be is
sued the first part of next week. For many
jean MIrsouri had a roll containing
twelve namep. but recentlj it was dccld
eil that two other sons should be accorded
The former roll Is used In the new one.
and Is as follows: Thomas H. Benton
1-rancls P. Blair John S Phelps. Bishop
Marvin, the frrrnt -iiilr.1, ...,... .1.
Southern Methodist Church: David Atch
ison, stateman. who is the only man who
was President of the United States for a
day: Governor David I.'arton, Senator
Louis Log. Governor Ja: S. Green Doc
tor I.ewls T.inn, United States Senator;
James B. Lads, engineer; James S. Roll
ins, father of tlic State University.
NOTES OF HAPPENINGS
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR.
in7Sn,i.0f lhc largrst casks ever manufac
VilJsJ','! "h'WUon In the Trench section
Mff-2 M.,!5! Ca5,S h.oM.lJ.5B Bailors welchs
SlfW1 and ls 1T' 't In diameter
h ,e lars?t manufacture's of chairpnsne
,Irch?.?-',! the J"1- ar,d er tho WorM-s
IjSIi iL ," ,be hlned to Trance .and util
ized fcr storing wine.
t.7M!.ts.s"eJ. RtXd a half fret tall, running
sifitJS ,'(t'"Vfl" tushcls to tnc acre and
?;i.J".V!i0 poun,'i' to the bushel, wheat lx
aci ni' i.uVnsVK venty-two bushels to the
bSShefn'iSl'i"5 ,'"' v1'1.0 minds to the
i,lSlVia.d t"oy- 1 bJ'hels of which were
iI-nw!,Ta to ,,he, acrf- '' on exbltltlon at the
co'orado agricultural exhibit. The grain wa
JT,,.!0" ""-'"Is-ated land, of ColoVadS. nd
superior excellence In color, wclsht and ct!."r
characteiistlcs la claimed for it.
A. roffi1! lra nlth tt.it. i.nt- t t .
ni .n.pW,n the center ot th main
tiS. ii11. V.ln V Uer conln than any crfrec
Th ni'.ii1!"8 ln r,'vd at the bulldlmr.
?? RrV"ia' ln "'"-"lance say that the
!sie i 3 ? ,ery "Presentatlve one JIanv of
nateSSS ?ire turnl:1B ,iellov! Knd red 'and
?fti ?h h thc "" color of rlPenlrg cher
Sr Jhe Pre S50"' ,hf flse or cherrle-. tut
fH ,rB ln snape. Most of the terries on
51?.itreeKar K"cn t" ." attracllns much at
tention because a beati-is coffee tro Is sel
dom seen this far Jforth. SH
i-1!" Frf,nch gardens turroundlng thc na
m ti J2ll:ion ot France at tl WeVld's Falr
P,,iMe H0n at the beaut' "Pots of the
I.iposlt!on. and may now to seen at their
best.. Al-ionc the most beimlf.,1 n.,. .
Ih "Vnvi"iii flAir.... . " " ""i
- . ! iiiuiit'irB!
dloIu. the -hjdrance; nanlctiiata
Sv,u.- ..iVu '. 21-4' ,llucn attention The
dah'.Us with cactus Mowers are samples of
the most tvautlful ones cultUated in France.
In these gardens are also fnund a beautiful
contlon of rose tree-, rhododendrons and 1 Lza'
The Iinao Moro Vlllase was informallr
dances." music and Lolo dan. Tn SSnSr Sf th?
rs and bright-colored buntlnr. which the m
ln" hr?,r" b,U"l "KskJ 'in nlanufactur.
lne. A rice feast was also spread and their
frlerd. the .s-amal Moros. were Imlted to wlu
ness the opening and partake of the feast"
.nJests of avag; races ln the laboratories ot
Anthropometry and Pnchometry in the Anthro
pology building are hMd even- day. and Se
open to the public Po far the races tested
have lieen Cofopa Indians from Mexico and
nncouver Indians from Alaska. TaturSS?
morning an Alaskan named Bob was nut
through the tets Yesterday morning one of
sSoC.DKpas, n" ,e:te? Thc tMt o far have
shown the Indians to be far below the average
white man In quickness ot mind and not ahoc
mm In muscular strength. Comparing the two
JSiX.1 ,lhe S0 ,'xcee.V? inE strength
and six, and the Alaskan in intelligence. These
Sri'1i',Jr.ob,ta",;d b means of Brampllcatjl
series of nicely adjusted apparatus, much of it
,Zt"!T.TS,emtz Sf.bool cf Languages Pavilion,
in tho Talacc of Education. eat of the French
section, was formally openeil at 3 o'c'ock yes
terday afternoon. J. llarduel. cne of the di
rectors of th Ilerlltz School. rlalred the ob
ject and operation of th school. "The m-thod
mplojed." he said, "teaches a foreign lan
guage as it Is learned in a 'orelgn counliv
by actua use." About fifty gue-ts attcndl
this operlng Among them were Messrs. Jules
Boeufie. resident Commissioner of France- II
gulsson. Delegate of the Trench Ministry' of
Public Instruction und of the Tunisian Cov
ernment: P. Schroitt. V. Ilroc. O. Hulpert. Mr.
and Mrs ladjs. Mrs. J Marduel and several
St. Louis teachers. Afler the class cham
pagne, lemonade, cakes and Ice cream were
The Samal and Lanao Moro villages have
been combined and will gUe hourly perform
ances in their theaters alternate!.. The two
villages are composed of eighty ot the most
savage natives or thc Philippine Archiplaro
There will be given hourly Moro or frenzl'd
spear dances and bolo dances by the Samal
Moro-. and halo dances by the Linno Mores:
in addition there will also be other dance
and music, weaving and native industries.
Guatemala's pavilion Is being rushed to
completion and will be dedicated next Thurs
day. The dedication will consist ot an In
formal reception to the Guatemalan Commis
sioners. If the reports of i6ltora to the Palace of
Fore-try. Fish and Game are to be credited It
Is the coolet place on the ground-. This may
tf due to the large amount of running water
hlch it is nece-sary to keep here constantly,
noctor Jlean says that he has never seen a
large aquarium In which the mortalities arc so
few. only about half a dozen fish a week die
In the Pennsylvania tanks, and not more than
two or three In the Missouri tanks.
The paintings in tho Canadian building are
attracting attention from visitors. Two are
e-feclally Interesting. One of these, showing
a back-settkment schcolhouse -cene, is the work
of Robert Ilarri-. a Montreal rainier, and mem
ber of the rtoyal Academy The painting repre
sents a backwoods, plainly clad school teacher
"talking over" rer views to the school trustees
all of whom are farmers of the resolute back
The Missouri outdoor exhibit In the Depart
ment of rorestry. Game and Fish is peculiarly
lntcrcstlna from the feet thni It contains r.ot
only stuned. but living examples in Mls-ourl
Zoology and ornithology. It Ij tucked away In
an obscure place to tho west of the Palace of
Fore-try. risli and Game. A half hour can b
vcry pleasantly spent there, especlallj at about
s in the afternoon, when the auimabi are being
One of the most striking pieces of sculpt.ire
at the ralr Is Iho huge bronze statue, "Old
German Warrior." which stands facing the east
entrance to the German art section In the ee-t
pavilion or the Art Talacc It ls twlco life slxe.
executed by Germany's most famcu- living
sculptor, Relnholdt Degas, and represents an
ancient Teuton soldier In full war dress. The
Immense circular shield, fancifully decorated In
heroic figure-; the sword In the grasp .t two
giant nngers and the helmet crowned with
plumes, aro figures of tho warrior's equipment.
Us mas-le proportions and piomlnent position
lr the gallery arrest the immediate attontion
of all who enter the room at the east door. It
ls mounted on a large octagonal pedestal.
A party of fifteen Cuban school tetchers all
joung women, aro visiting the Pair. While
most of thm are from Havana, others are from
various parts of Cuba. Those from Havana are
the Misses Arlza, Isabel Ariza. Africa Arrc
dondo Teresa Menocol, Maria Menocol. Dlago
and Mmes. Arredondo an 1 Mestre- Tney are
making a systematic study of the Kxp.-l!on
and are especially interested In the educational
exhibits. They arrived here the latter part of
last week and will remain several week
AUTOPI.KX SAVES MOTIOf.
Telecrnphers Mnteriulty Increase
Speed by Its l'c.
The "autoplex," shown In block S, Pal
ace of Electricity, is one of the most In
teresting of Improvements In telegraph
Instruments. It ls of special Interest to
telegraph op-rators because of the speed
and ease with which It may be operated.
By the aid of this semiautomatic key It
Is possible to divide the number of mo
tions of the hand by three.
Take, for Instance, the word "Missis
sippi." By the old method It required
sixty-four motions or th" hand, while by
the new method it requires but twenty
four. This gives somo Idea of the speed
which may b attained by tho use of this
FRIDAY WILL BE SIGMA CHI
DAY AT THE WORLD'S FAIR.
Getlernl Ittn Runkle. One of tlic
Founder of Hie rrnternllj, to
lie Honored Guest.
Sigma Chi day will bo observed Friday
at the 'World'i Fair and will be the occa
sion for a gathering of members of thc or
der from all parts of the countij
Sigma Clil It-atcrnily was founded .'it
Miami University in ISw, b.v seven stu
dents at that university, ono of whom,
Gtncrul Ben Runkle. of the 1 -iltcd Stntes
Army. Is in the city and will be the guest
of honor of the local chapter on isiMia
The fraternity has fifty-two active chap
ters and ls represented In vvi.v Hratt in
Ihe Union. Dining the .'ivil War the
Oinstantlne Chapttr of .SUm i t 'til. which
cunsistisi of men from bolh 'h Union a'ld
Confederate armies, had the ill tlneslmi or
being the only chapler of a Uivk lettc
Iratirnlty maintained 'n the li-ld S'n-e
then the fraternity 1m- experiencct. a
steady growth In organization and power
and now ranks with thc foremost college
fraternity in tilt countrv Among it
members are mich nin is Grover tieve
land. George Ade. Booth Taiklngton and
Picsldent Jesse uf Mlssluri Stale I nlvcr
slty. The fKtli Province of Sigma Chi I ra
ternltv meets in tonventlon at thf Sigma
Chi headquai ter. Xo i'liTO1! nsltington
avenue, to-mornw, and is to be joined by
tho Seventh Piovinco delegatts trom
Nashville on Thursday.
Major Wells William H C'loplon and
Henry T. Kent of St lyiuls Herbert C.
Arms or Chlcigo and Doctor William Ma
clay I.yon of Kansas Citi, with General
Ben Runkle. I'nlten States Armv. will b
guets of honor at the M. A. C. banquet
The programme Is as follows
"vvedne-div Tltst Irn S'rth Pnrvlnee Con
vention at 'feu Tnu Oiapter llouw S p m
Thursday scord sesMcn cif convention at
Tan Chanter Horse 3am closing se-Ion of
convention at Missouri building. 3pm Moon
Ucht ride f-on rlmar Gsrdm to Creve riur
l.ke for Ihe ertertalnment of eeveral candl
dite- fcr admls-lon to Tnu Tan Chapter at
Washington t'nlvr-itv 7 p m
l ridnl Meet at Temple of Fraternity. 13 a
m Hide about ground- on Intramural. 11 a. m
Luncheon at IrSIi Hinge, boon I'er-onallv
tenducted tcurs ftlsiut the Fair. C. launch
ild to view illumination. T-J). "Iown the
Pike end up again," S.Z0
The reunion will close Saturday ni;lit
with an Informal banquet at the Missouri
Athletic Club at 9 o'clock. Major Wells
wll presld". A delegation of 2X) Sigma
'"hi", including the grand officers of the
fraternity, are to he present from Chi
cago, and they are scheduled to come 100
strong from Kansas city.
Following arc among the nlumni who
will be present from St. Louis. R U.
Adreon. II. V.. Biker George Q. Barclay.
P. T. Bryan. George W. Corvvln. W. K.
Douglas. B. B. Gardlrer. Horace U Dyer.
II. B. Graham. Jr.; Walter K. Greenwood.
Moses J. Greenwood. Charles II. Hart.
Henry T. Kent. J. R. Liughlln. J. I
M.tuze. William A. Schnedler ard H. J.
SELKCTING CIIICIC.O 11EUTV.
Coninilttee Hns DI.Tirulty In Picking;
Prettiest Girl for the I'nlr.
Chicago. July IS Aldernnn Foreman
ard the CoJncil Committee struggled to
day with the question of selecting a typi
cal Chicago beauty to represent Illinois at
the World's Fair.
These arj belles suggested as being suf
ficiently beautiful and chatmins to war
rant Chicago's ideal brlnz chosen from
Miss Klsa r.irker, niece of Mrs. II O.
Stone, and proniini nt South-Side beauty.
Miss Parkar'n chief characteristic ls her
remarkable v.holesomericss and charm.
Miss Grace Collins, daughter of Judge
Collin-! Miss Collins Is a brunette anu
Mis3 Bessie Ross, the Xorth-SIde beauty
whoso charm and wit are the tall: of so
ciety Miss Ross has the blush-rcse typ.
Mrs. Robert Hotz. sister of Miss Bessie
Rcss a stunningly handsome joung ma
tron. Miss Mildred Wells. No. 3S0O Michigan
avenue a brunette noted fcr her vivacity.
Miss Mamie Heinen said bv many to be
the most beautiful girl in Chicago.
Miss Jane Greene, daughter of A. TV".
Green another striking brunette, noted
for hr sparkling personality.
Miss Emily Faithful Ames a tall, slen
der brunette, with much charm.
Mls Elsie Dixon, daughter of Arthur
Dixon a blonde, with perfectly regular
features, and ot the true Gibson type.
Mrs. Harry Higinbotham. formerly Miss
Natalie Blair, who has been selected by-
artists here and abroad as a typical
Miss Florence McCulIogh one ot thc
most brilliantly attractive of Chicago's
COt, .MES 1VIM. CBLCnnATE.
Weather Conditions Insure
Attendance at the Fnlr.
Many coal men ot the country, finding
little business on hand during the pre
vailing weather conditions and having con
siderable time at their disposal, are gath
ering for the celebration of coal men's
day at the Fair to-morrow.
Parlor A at the Planters Hotel Is the
headquarters for the Coal Men's Associa
tion and the members will register there
and procure badges before 10 o'clock to
morrow morning. At 10.30 they will leao
tho Planters. In rpecial cars for the Fair
and after forming ln parade at the main
entrance will march to the Hall ot Con
gresses, where the exercises will begin at
12:30 o'clock. The programme for thc day
1; as follows:
Address of welcome by President D. R.
Francis; remarks by Mavor Holla Wells:
mu-lc: response ln behalf of the coal men
by Robert Lake. Jackson. Mich . prrs'dirt cf
the National Council of State and Inteihtate
Retail Coal Dealers' Association; aodress by
Kdvvard Devov. president of Devoy-Keuerhorn
Coal and Coke Company, St. Iuis, Mo.;
music; address by Herman Jubtl. Chlcapo. In
the name of the operators and coal producing
interests of the country; address by 1'htlip s.
Penna. Terre Haute. Ind . In behalf of the
coal miners of America; music: address by D.
I.. Tutt'.e, N. V.. G S. A.. Philadelphia and
Reading Coal and Iron Cbmpany. representing
-ales asents and wholesale operators ot coal;
addres by C. R CM-hman Omaha. Tseh ,
president fowa and Nebraska Retail Cfca! Deal
ers' Association, ln b hale of the retailers.
LINCOLN IXSTITXTn EXERCISES.
I. urate Attendance Expected at the
Hall of Congresses.
A large attendr.me ls anticipated at the
Hall of Congresses at the Fair to-day to
witness the exercises ot the Lincoln In
stitute, which will be held from 2:30 till
President B. F. Allen and other ofllcers
of the institute are justly proud of the
work that It being accomplished at this
Institution, and to-day1! ceremonies will
nfford a good proof of what the State of
Missouri ls doing for the education of the
Following 1' the programme of the exer
cises at the Hall of Congresses;:
Quartet Come Join the Marry Dance.. ..Turner
Mlssea Carney and Anderson, Messrs. llasket
Welcome Address President B. r. Allen
Duet I Peel Thy Angel S-plrll Hoffman
Misses Carney and Anderncn
Address v. N. rnrmer. 'St
Vocal Solo Mona Adams
Miss Carri' Carper. '0t
Address v II. Ilarri-on. '00
Bass Bolo Down ln the Deep Let Me
Sleep When I Die Petrie
Bdward Burnett. '03.
Piano Solo Mrs. W. M. Farmer
Address C C. Hubbard. 9S
Vocal Solo Kcstasy Ardlti
Miss a M. Carney.
Address O. M. Spencer, '00
Quartet (a) Suwanee River Foster
Ibl Pretty Prirtro. riower Plnsuitl
Misses Carney. Carper. Anderson, Zimmerman.
ALL RACES WILL CO.NTEST.
Races Arranged Between Represen
tatives) of Foreign Lands nt the
Everybody who has, -visited thc great
Boer War spectacle has been especially
Interested in the very excellent races that
form a prelude to the battle scenes.
There are races betwen Basutos on Ba
suto ponies, Boers ln four-in-hand Cape
carts. Horse racing between Brltcns and
Boera, and international races between
Americans. Canadians, Australians anil
Boers, each person participating doing his
very utmost to win. The management,
realizing the immense enthusiasm and
pleasure that these races create, has ac
cepted and challenged tho entire Fair
grounds, including Japs and Igorrotes: the
first series was between the Jinricksha
boys of Japan and the Kaffirs of South
Africa with their "rickshas," In which the
Japs wrn. k
The second was a serle3 between the
I THIS IS
The days were never hotter! Gas Ranges were
never lower! The terms were never easier!
Buy NOW and learn the luxury of living.
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Igcrrotes and Zulus, the Zulus tv Inning by
a very close margin. In thc latter named
Governor Hunt of the Igorrotes and Cap
tion A. W. Lewis of the Boer War vvero
especially interef-ttd. the outcome being
that a fresh series of races have been
arranged, and, in addition. Governor Hunt
and Captain Icnis havo made a side
wager to rim a?aias,t each other Wednes
day evening. Particular.- are not quite
definite whether Governor Hunt wl'I make
up as an Ignrrote and Captain L'jwi an a
ICaillr. but. at any rate, the race promises
to be exciting.
FEW DRILL HOURS
FOR ILLINOIS REGIMENT.
Soldier Visitors From Chlrngo to
Hasc Am:le Opportunity to See
Ample opportunity will be given to tho
members, of the First HllnoW Beglment.
now encamped at the Fair, to see the
buildings and exhibits.
It deed, it is said that the visit of tho
Chicago regiment to St. Louis was more
for the purpose of seeing the Fair than
for parade, and the entire code of rules
end regulation" have been arranged with
this object In view.
Tho regiment, which is ono of the most
unique military bodies, both in its com
icsition and history, in this lountry. is
encamped on the .Model Camp Grounds,
fear the Indian Village, at the Fair. It 13
commanded by Colonel J. II. Sanborn, and
will remain at tho Fair until Friday morn
ing. Whl,e at the Fair the men have the
liberty of the grounds all day, except for
an hour or so late in tho afternoon, when
the reginp nt gives a dress, parade on the
Plaza of St. ijoulfi. Guard mount at 9 a.
m In the Administration Quadrangle re
quires a detail of about one-tenth of the
total regiment, including the regimental
band and bugle cortw. Out of a total of
6t" men In the regiment, only a score are
left on guard duty in the camp, so that
pitctically all the boys may spend the
jtitlro day seeing the Fair.
The men arise at revillc and have roll
call at G:S0. after which they go to mess
by companies. After mess they are given
the liberty of the grounds until parade at
S p. m.. and after the parade tbey are
again at liberty till midnight.
The "boy;." take' their meals in Mess
Hall, adjoining their camp, and express
themselves as well plea.-ed both witn the
quality of food they receive and the rea
honable rates that are charged them. The
men are also allowed the privilege of going
out to meals with their friends whenever
and wherever they please.
Ssnday afternoon about half of the regi
ment enjoyed a boat ride on the Missis
sippi IUver. Yebterday afternoon Company
H visited the Boer War ln a body.
Thc regiment is composed of the pick of
Chicago's young men. They represent
every profession and trade, with bank
clerks in the majority. Mnny ot tho of
ficers are practicing attorneys. The mem
bers ranse in age from IS to 33 years. Thc
organization In Chicago Is conducted more
iiko a club than a military organization.
It owns nn armory that cost J2M,0X).
cauinned with all the aDnolntments nt a
fnshlonable club, as well as a military or
ganization, lueir recoiu m quelling riots
and their wide experience in participating
In various dress rcvlows and military
functions, however, go to show that the
primary purpose of tho organization is
by no means forgotten. It was tho only
Illinois regiment to sec actual servlco ln
the Santiago campaign in the Spanish
M1W COTTOV C031PRESS SHOWN.
Claimed Tlint Process Will Aid
lonlh's Great Industry.
A cotton compress which it is claimed
will revolutionize the cotton industry of
the country nnd give manufactured cotton
to the consumer at materially reduced
prices and still leave a large margin of
..profit for all concerned, is on exhibit in
-the south end of the Palace of Agricul
The compressing of cotton lias always
been most expensive nnd requires much
money and time. The machinery Is bulkv
and costly and the handling of the cotton
crop nfter It has left the gin reduces ma
terially the Income of the cotton planter.
The compress for which ro much is
claimed compresses the cctton Immediate
ly ns It leaves thc gin. This obviates the
pressing of the cotton and the additional
expense of transfer from the gin to the
Bv- means of it ginning Rnd compressing
will practically be on process, and it is
claimed millions in profits U!1 be adjed to
the cotton industry of the South.
WICHITA INDIA-' I1EPART.
to Tlielr Homes to Superintend
llnrvestioif In OKlnliomu.
Thc eleven Wichita Indians at the In
dian School, 'n charse ot Burgess Hunt,
left the World's Fair grounds yesterday
afternoon for their homes In Anaddrko,
Ok. They go home to superintend harvest.
The Indians own well-cultivated farms.
They will return as sooti as their labors
are completed. Chief Tawaknl Jim. the
famous scout, is anxious to xo, that lie
may finish his harvesting and return to
enjoy more of the World's Fair.
FAIR PARTY FORMED ON SHIP.
Qolntet Will Spend Two Weeks See
ing; the Exposition.
Casual acquaintances maco on shlr
board form a party which arrived In ot.
Louis jesterday for a -visit to tho im
position. There are Ave of the party,
each from a different cjuarter of the
world. They met as fellow-passengers on
the Empress of India, which sailed frcm
Mr. H S Ohmer. manager lh Grand Hotel cf lndianapoll- Ind . writes under date of May J. 1DM:
"I am awfully g'l t hfar frcm you and have no doubt that yojr hrnri'-h In Pt Louis Is a wis-
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your work. If at any time you think 1 can hlp you In this part of the country, do not fail to ref-r
to m, as I feel perfectly satl-ftd "
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DRS. THORNTON & MINOR, 3969 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mot
Yokohama for Vancouver, arriving at the
latter port Inst week. By chance th" live
took the samo train for St. Louis, and on
board tho train determined that the fel
lowship should continue during their stay
in the World's Fair city.
In the, party aro V. H. Mueller of New
York B Tontnnel'.a of Florence. Italy; G.
Bohrcke of Hankow. China; M. Mors
koff of St. ivtenburg. Russli, and M fc.
Warton of Western Australia They aro
registered at the Planters a-i 1 will dv
voto two weeks to doing the Fair.
CAI.CIUQt'I 1M)IA Ei-IimlT.
Relics Many Centuries Old Arrive nt
The famoui Calchaqui anthropological
and archaeological collection has been re
ceived at the Argentine national building,
and when unpacked will cover all thc
space on th" second floor of the building
Tho collection consists of 4,'JM antiqnl-ti-s
of the Calchaqui Indians of the
northern part of tho Argentine Republic.
Tho antiquities are nil from &.0 to 1.230
years old and represent a much lower
stage of civilization than that of the de
scendants of the Calchaqui Indians who
occupy the country to-day. Most of the
collection are religious antiquities. Idols
making up tho principal part of these.
They were all taken from graves thnt
have been covered for hundreds of years.
Tho collection was made bv Manuel B.
Zavalta of Buenos Ay res, and is thc re
sult of twenty-nine years of effort, lie
nor Zavnbt.a has a world-wide reputation
as an 'anthropologist, nnd has exhibited
ills collection at Pans and other cities la
F.urope. He Is bringing this collection to
the World's Fair at his own eapensc.
BOSTOX PARTV SKEIVG FAIR.
Will Remain a Week as Guests of an
A party of thirty from Boston arrived
In St. Louis yesterday to spend a week at
the Fair at the expense of the Boston
Traveler. The party is in the caro of the
World'3 r.iir Guarantee Association, and,
nlthough Us ticket calls for ten shows on
the Pike, ten ministers are in the party.
The Bo'ton paper held nn election for
the ten most popular ministers, principals
of schools ar.il school teachers. Those ln
the party nre: The Beverends R. Perry
Bush, C. J. Herhily. IMgar J. Helms.
Thomas P. McMannon. James H. Flan
nery, Charles A. Crane. Henning Jacob
son. A. D McKinr.on, Fred W. Fitts and
Charles F Barter; Misses Nellie A.
Hutehlns and Edith Watts, and Messrs.
J. Mulvihlll, Samuel Lofehie. Nicholas
Berlo. Cvrus P Collins, Joseph I Eckcr,
Walter I,. Harrington. James H. Mace,
John Powers, John J. Malloy. Clnrence J.
Berry. Joseph Goldberg. Charles Moultcn,
H. G. Burke, Edward Malonc, Benjamin J.
Hinds and John Conroy.
BELGIAN STOCK EXHIBITS.
Specimen of Fine Draft Horses to
A. Van Schclle, Special Commissioner of
the Belgian Government, yesterday en
tered with the World's Fair Department
of Live Stock sixteen Belgian sto'lions
and thi-teen mares for the World's Fair
The exhibit will represe.it ihe Itcllng
Belgian horse breeders. The entries made
by Mr. Van Schelle are a'reily In this
country-, having been brougit to Illinois
a few days ago to await tho completion
of the barns which thc Esojsition Co-n-pany
is having erected for tho uro cf
exhibitors in the Horse show.
Commissioner Van Schelle has had ex
tended experience in llve-st.-;k bieedinj
and in exposition work. Cvlonel Mills,
Chief of the Department of Live block,
proc'iicti that the exhibit of B'igton dr.-nt
horses at tlic Exposition will not oniy be
the largest in numbers out tl.o bos: ever
displayed in America.
JHY ENTRIES FOR IIORSF. SHOW.
Competition In Harness Steeds Will
lie Confined to America.
The exhibits in the World's Fair Horso
Show- of galtcd saddle horses and light
and heavy harress horses will be the
greatest ever made in the history ot the
breeding of these classes of animals in
America. The liberal prizes offered by
the Exposition Company and thc prestige
which awards will give have induced tho
best breeders lr. the countrv to enter the
choicest or their stables in competition.
The entry list already surpasses any
ever made in any horso show, and large
additions nr? being received every day by
the Live-Stock Department. Owners who
liavo taken the blue ribbon of excellence
in all Important events of this kind in dif
ferent parts of thc country have sent in
filled entry blanks, with practically all of
their prize animals in competition.
The World's Fair Hon-e Show will he
national and international in its charac
ter, but the saddle and the barne"- liorse3
have reached the greatest excellence In
America, and thc competition will be con
fined almost. If not altogether, exclusive
ly to breeders and owners of this country.
The show for harness and sjihlle horss
will be national In everv- way. The entry
list shows that competition will bo had
from Maine to California.
NIRSERY ROOII ATTRACTIVE!.
Made With View of Developing n
The nursery, or. as it Is called, the chil
dren s bedroom, ln the German section of
tho Palace of Varied Industries is one ot
the most popular places In the section. It
Is a simple place, designed bv Professor
Arno Koernlg or Wllmersdort and built
by Rudolph Hertzog of Berlin.
Tho color scheme is a dark green, the
effect being worked out In stained-oak
furnishings and dark Iineoleum wainscot
ing. The little crib is in a curtained nl
cove raised on a platform above the rest
of the room. Beside it is a washstand
with artltlstlcally carved basin, and a
dressing table with a mirror and golden
Two pictures, on of a woman's bead
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and another of a landscape with deer fn
the background, han-r beside the bed. The
room was designed not merely with a
view to artistic beauty, but also from it
careful studv of child pscholoj-v and a
view to developing the mind of the small
Around the vnlls lian-r pictures of ani
mals, of rustij scenes and of scenes from
fulry talcs. In the curtained bookcase are
volumes of children's stories nnd cases
of butterflies and other Insects arc hung
here nnd there.
GovKn.nnTs guxs ready.
Ordnance Drills Will Be Given
Tho Government's outside exhibit of
field pieces and heavy ordnance, situated
at thc rear of the Government building.
Is completed, and the first exhibition drill
will be slvcn to-day from 10:30 to 11-20
These C'Tic will be given every il- and
later In the week, in afternoon rxhlbltbin
will be added. Th ijKplav consists- tt
seven pieces, as follows. One 12-inch Title I
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Cautioned that the genuine Lablache Face Pow
der bears the signature of "Ben Levy" in red
across the label of the box. All others are
counterfeits and dangerous.
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and one 6-lnch rifle, mounted on disappear
ing carriage, one 6-Inch rifle or. Karbctfo
carriai?e one 15-pound rapid-fire gun. ono
7-lnch Howitzer, ono 7-Inch field mo-tar
and one 12-lnch rifled mortar. The guna
will bo manned and tired each lnornin
Just ns tbey nro in actn-il war, percussion
cops beinz used Instead of the regulation
charse. The exhibition will be tinder th
command of Captain Campbell of tho
United States Marine Corps.
The Official German tVlne Restaurant
Kun in connection with German Govern
ment building, cast side of Cascades. Best
service and cuisine, finest Wines. Man
agement of Kons-Pfennlngs of Berlin.
Colamlina Glee Club Arrives.
The Columbus Glee Club, a music or
ganization of 100 members, will arriv
from Columbus. O.. to-day for a week's
visit to tho Fair. To-morrow evening at
?hCvh.k MS ?!ub. ?,!1! be -itertaincd at
tho Ohio State building bv Mr. S B
IlanUn. tho Executive Commissioner. The
evening will be devoted to sinelnir
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