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ni 'XfHJJ B LOUIS REPUBLIC: FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10. 1905.
IT must be clear to parents
who know the advan
tageous points of fine tailor
ing that our boys' clothes are
different from the ordinary.
They fit perfectly, the ma
terials are varied and in
. keeping with the highest
point of style. We refer par
ticularly to our Sailor Suits,
Russian Blouse and Nor
folks, .with and without
pleats, in fancy worsteds,
fancy Scotch cheviots; also
Boys' Double-Breasted Suits
with handmade shoulder and
5.00 to $15.00
Tht Ktfublic Building,
On Olivt Strtt mt Sntntk.
BEEF TRUST CASES
EXPECTED TO FAIL
I'.hkri "I:iim Immunity From
Tf.-tifviiij; Ilffon IntTMat
"oiniinTc' Commit tv:
HURRIED CONFERENCE HELD.
.MorrK Swift, I'udiiliy and Ar-
Tijour All Appcai'i-d to Di'.srribu
Tln-ir M l hods at the Car-
T I'-t ubM- fur.').
Vritl IMIIAlrff. Il'h an-l K Si-t
U.t.hlrie-tc.n. Nov ! Kvery l:.l-.i(l-.n
rutin ) tj!L the ;it-rtirii-iitN iriuc-h
' r-..nj (rou!'tiH of the ll-f Trimt
i.K'i:iifr which art. fl,,w j,.ti.:it in -i.
s will utterly (nil The ti lie Ie In
t- Irnri.unUt lance .if the l;iki-n Inter
t iii f.miixT'c law which U h I J K a
' lfiieMe;i ! uiiducted l,y the
I i m ..f "ir ..r.it ',ji
... Cfv . .,r,f. re-, . .- w..r(. he'd to-c.it nt
li -nr'm-nl nf Jistlie tlie- t
. ttlel il K.IV c,cj of th" .1 ! i,)ty
' )- t -fi- ;-r: r I Moc.il ;ic mi,, r
jy. .ilt i n.-rmJ rfu"J l i1I"iipi -.he
r r t i flight, their l'-ilf,ij;..;jiflit la
. , ii-fil
I'-. rs f.irnll.ir wlili very iitia". of
fj.it -i i ci. ill liiil l.-l.c-vc ih,,t th
K' r-i la-.- I'. .ii.ct at. jjk. from their
I i.t 'i mm l oof.ins up tin- lTl
' -t ilic'r i icirn In t. .-I')!!!!; ),, it,.. nur.
f irt- r.itkifi" ! 'tlcitloi n t an
. il l.nr f. ;ir .i... c uti.cu l,v the,
, ! n tl i f J c i
pi!' sp ni' n in fnsNi:n
' r,' Sl.'-a AM'.rn.j Mom in ..f rt'
F, i r-i'c-cul '!iiit Att.ir'iF) ;cn.-r,il
I 4h Kt l V M - tf'l- 1 c, th l.eef
c - it 1 ' 'c i -. r' r '.f i ' t sir.i
,i ; r" .1 j.irtl' li.,icii ni tti- Attnr-
Kiijhty million people in
th UnitcI States want a
"Stjiiarr Iral." A few
t: ousanil want favors and
Tiiis intensely interrtting
sul jret is treatrd in Kvery
h( dy's Magazine forNovem
brr by Lawson, in his
spicy, sensational and ag
grrssive manner; by Charles
Hdward Russell in hts dra
matic and powerful l'ore
uord to the "Soldiers of the
Mighty interesting read
ing. EifjUwt' Mmf9tr !S t-mu
n-y Gfneral In tu-'Liy'ii conferences. They
went okvr the law ami the facta, with .1
I l-w to jirt-nrliiK an anttMer to the pi.i
of the, i.icktrs. ThouKh they do not ad-
mlt defeat, n la clear that thy are In
I th- tltth'.e-t kind of a rorner.
I Tha ornanlc Uw cre.itliiK the Hureau of
I (o:jH,rutiinM. m.ikliiK nf H an InvcetlK-it tig
body, Mpeclflcali)' extends the Immunity
. cl.iiirse nf the Klklna act to cover ll opera-
tlona. Thin cLiun.. rradt. "ISut no prrxon
nuciii lie v-'IIUIIhj ur nl'jecif lo ally
penalty or forfeiture for or ri nccount. of
any trnriHactlon. matter or thing cunerii
1'iK width he may teitlfy or lutxlurv r,
dencu, ilix-ut'ientary or othrlc, U-fox-tiid
coninil'iloti, or In obedience to Its
xul.poenn ,r tho KUlitxmia of either of
them, or In any surh cnne. or irocetelln '
It la held that for th.. word 'coiumli
sloti" thn "Htireau of t'oriorutlona" cm
! rubstltuted. a nd that itlll the. full folcu
of tlld cl.iue Bllp.lm
The OirileM report on tne lie.f Indus
trv rhrv,s that I nforni.it ion u.i ecutel
from rlard .M'irK. A II Vwjer of
Slft U f'u.. i;drd I Swift. John Cud
ahy mid J OsJrn Armour Thee niiins
ar- freely uwii In the reiiort and eac-h
man In lite-rally uut'-d throngho'it.
Kvery one of the five Is liullrtfil at t'lil
cjko. and. an they are principals, the ti-ti'i-st
and he luiport.'ince or the pross
rutlun" enters In tlivm.
The 'rAid.it is Intensely concerned In
the uc-"i of the cinn since the mliiiin-Istr.-iil'iit
Ix-K-in thiim with a loi-d flourMh
of truing Is
JACKSONVILLE, ILL., 8IN6ER GIVES
RECITAL FOR ST. LOUIS FRIENDS
Mims Helen nrown Head, a well-known
Inner, of Jacksonville'. 111., accompanied
by Francis WVulmniTs rendretl. a dlf
icult proirrarnme of mujlc in the noiuezn
bly room of lironn's Kulnes Coilege at
Vandevvnter and D-Hmar uvenuts laatt
Th audlenc was compo?od of women
members of Et. LcOui- whlsi clubs, the
students of the institution und their
Miss Read has a well-trained mezzo-soprano
voice of Kood ranc and great ex
preslvtness Mr. Woodman;; displayed strong tech
nique. The following was the programme:
Wrlyirjr-nhelt liaso Wo'f
All ul' ! Mraoss
Irh Ule- Iirl 5rle
I'reludr D fiat rnoyln
r.Upnc-11. tj rtiliwr . . .. Ilrahm
Mon Oreur cwitre a ta lolx tSarcn
and DellUhl Ha.nt-Saens
OH H.,i. Maci-owell
Ttie Yesr-a at the i-prlna Mr larh
Mailer, cp 17 l!f:-.kl
Kla Shim Hlc-r
Die I)r:l Ui.
NEW POINT AS TO
Odd Disclosure in Cjirc of Mrs-
Leafureen, Wlio Is Suing
GAVE MOTHER'S MAIDEN NAME.
iinmiN-coN i;ah nine ninn :i jm
. J . -m t It II Uliin. rlc-rk c,f tr.
Itei, , ilcunty Iiutrlef Couit. use r.i led to 1
tier r hi. h 'in rceur Israelii anj nh t and
fatali uuiii3 Jdicb Knirn.f. wIki ds
hu Ij.irr.e u in llllnula Has srrctel ti-Uy.
rtiaise.1 nr, th" h'xitlt Thn sl.w Unit U
A..J Vm l.ae been th tctult of rUalir fur
tho hand of a y mvg uun la.m I-llun
liiarile.1 ln .Mun.iy
l.lTl-IIKlKI.Il. ll.l. In the Msrisrrt tl'mi
lilo..rii lli,Ai OttmmK- HUH In the fSleult
lit t illll.brrci .M.n.t the IJlftj-l-ll M.ri
li ar.J l'jr .-iiinjjrir f .r tt.e .lth of hr
1 ir .11 ..ni. li, we k li-i in trie mm
fur a tt.e Jurr leiun.cd a icrulct cf
ft tvl dairJf.4
HA1.KU ll.l. -At a r elertlcn lielj In
IM eii u;.jO pr .-oitn to snn.j th-
II. w Kclm adlltlon la 'fie l) Iheje m a
fUl! ! UtJl CMjr 1-I fjUf llvte. te
raat (!"! "i" nr.n-i.il! .ii Th iai.j an
l.-l-l la an e!(lit aile tract
'IIK'A'Jo The jttmfit c.f viee I-reaMont
II It Ml lr nt th t hi. aco and Mt- n I 11
! Ilalitbad , c-i.l-ic.t I,) hui(!ar At'r
lu a rtant In tier r- .m tn rrtH-ia
taf.a. e. tli r -jii.s nl ;-.! ith IX'"
citr. c.f ,rlr
IMiIa:;aI'iiI.IH INI! -Ik. tr,r llM.ert Ouh
nn l-n uat len .ete. j,aj ,r ur j.t)ll ,
t't. Il. Iiv the lieiixrata uv a ul..i:ty
or Jl tili the fi. riiui' : .ll.flcJSa inaKtltr
la 3:0 II. la a uradiuitc. .f llella t nll'r
al'r tr I wtnu ere aa a irml.T nt lh
aillv f.--l.. teain la)lnr I-ft ha'f iMrk
IMlA.e1lIJl Ml ItUfuS W'O-1. Mi. I
blr. ta-n l.at eje-arr-! t the Mat n;,n
Juii.. 1 f ii a M ti n train nr I it. i.u e
an r .u: W---I aiLal -ri, il ., t. y t the
tol!t ri.m Ha rr.: for the aooda and ea-
liAN.ll.I.K ll.t. A Ury foiinl "haila IrUn
buI,, jf 'ha rr ,r.Jer f hi a'e,fatj,c, la-ll
f-r.e.ton aiw! P.lel .. ra.ly tt fMJrT-rn
e.ira iii tt.e per lo.iuri rkeiti.n aakll
i. a tic hui.ol t Inln ilurtt.c a rjariI.
m Jll-.e 4
I.AWTI N Ok Al I.Ufl
CarsCa m'tzx a H ' ft-raaf
Ca-.rar:a- tyxial Tul'ctym aa4 saf
ari: ar-a ' Ca.ai a daai om
arjei a cm scttauxaRa t'ci.
nrt. xX aa4 aaaUr. Sjaat Sr Haata
"W K"XIt CO. OiS-s,
avis) ksolM. KstrMef.
a! r-eijrriik i.i la . r,ai(e. tn rr.unjerln
i II h. n-ba. a at t-ar t in .at ratuiday.
rap i-n ier.I-J I.4I. ar.il na beeQ p.a e in
tra r. un'jr J:l Ilia urr.-)a oil) attr:n,t
l a. ura tall tt.ri.ust. haXaaa curpua v.u-re-,J
Cll!-.fV T.a HiarutUa OTmltlM ef th
Na'i ral Ed .rat ten a Aaac alien i.aa a
e. an I ltaiiin fro-n i'al.rorr.la to h-Il
t" -.an annual meeting tf the aaa-claUn
In p-in itan im'n July in ll. Ua.
ARREST OF NEGRESS MAY
STOP HIGHWAY ROBBERIES.
alio Jawksoa. Meafiaed aa Wtass
Has Aaalslea) la Hobblssj
! e Marks.
In tt.a arrest eterday of IIe Jsclr
on. alias lattl" lilt. 1 neresa ,y J.-pe-clal
URlirr Mltharl J t'm.aban tile po
I e treliete ah can arlvr Inf. rrnato.n i.t.
lie to tlie apprelienlon f twi n-uru
i Iijrhwajmen ho lii lcn ojirritinj: In
t .e vlni.it of .Seventeenth an Murarnn
reeta ,he la charged with robbery In
I the r.rst dree
Ths wp-h was arreste,) at No 1C1
I rank:m l-nu- afttr Hi 11 i "S . r .t
ahan t.ad aearched the neichUirhoo. for
hours, arstl.erinic Infcrmatlun re;rIl.'C
hrr wereabut- t I'lilef Imonds nf
r e alie waa .drnllrW ,y ;utae V
Mark ..f No UX llldd.e street a one
armed mensei rmiii;e.l h the West
ern i . r. a tin won. an wf.o pulld him
Int.t at- Uiy near Je-.tr.th an! Mir
(an a'rec.ta Monday r.lsht and. aided ty
two r-ecro rnn held h'-n up an1 rubbed
him nf li and a s-nld watrn
Hh'Ie they were r")n thr-ush his jw k
ata Msrka was j'hrnc a perfect "earrtp
tloo ef tl' dw-rfl!ke ne'rraa, and -shen
the trti h-rrtd away he fulljwrd r.J
learned sh'is sh ent
MOTHER FINDS MISSING
BOYJN CITY HOSPITAL
a-rlaae 1asry Rterolsral sir Carl
laaaaa. Ula Raa la rraat
mi a Ttraaa.
thi!a Mrs John Hlmtam ef No rill
Hkory street aearreiavl the neishbcrhc-vl
for hr son ys:n"ar afern-.n the boy.
Carl Mrr.a.jru S years 0't s. ()tns at tb
City Hn-rH suffarsrs; frcm a broatn
4TBU broken 'e acd a dialocael
TTs boy trss mn (Jirwn by a team of
horses. JrJfen by John Tcne.u of No llt
oBt!i Kiht! trt while r-sa!rT Hut
far street at Kleier.jh 'Vi-nete ur the
twy lrtel In front cf th team, an-1 the
ajcijert was i.r.ir!'i(!. as far as Toce.U
at eenceme-t The dnsej was cct ar
rested 7h hnwpttal physlcurs teller that thr
111 ta abie to sar the brt's itfe althoucn
b'.s Injuries ar of a mot uncus nature
fief OS Cf hlS
NEGRESS ROBS WHITE MAN.
Ilt'lt'-icd of Monor and Jcwelrv
Whiif Held bv Two Nep-Atrtt.
Oss-.ar Marks of No 1CS Itlddl street
laat c!St refuted to tt po3ce that he
had ben rottvd ff HI O esh. esld
watch ehana and chain by a r.trs on
.v2teee, and Hirras streets Mosdajr
.-)!fhi. wilij two nesToea held him.
He sW tmat be was r-tunsina; from
work shortly tsfcre rjcvk tn the -eri-;c
Aid was I3j-T OTr IVrrnteesth street
ner McrrA. trt. saeo a oejrro aoraa
Accnafed tars. liefor ft had ttKe to reply
te, hr. he sa)s. two xr-rs casvs ay
from twhlnd and aelxrd ti anas. After
U Till aatel IvaM kia. law) Ma fatal
Hridcroonj Inadvertently Fur-
uislied Correct Aildre.ss )f His
Parent May Kxonerate
An overslBht. committed twenty years
Sfc'o. Is r Mins!ble fot thv alleged dti.cov
ery of thj ilvliiB "i'IiuiIps Mow aril" In the
famous ult tf Mrs. Mary JIjo.c I.'af-Kra-eti
HKaluit the e.itate of the late Lm-clt-da
J. Ilnwatd of St IaiuIs.
Ihouias J. Miller, Maor of Tunwater.
Wash . who is isild to haw been the real
('liarlle Howard" In the cam, und who
l.ua brought suit for dlvoreo iiK.ilnst Mrs
lafrrcrti. alleclna- that twvntv eurs aKO
ne married her tinlr on asuuiiuii name,
is the ono nld bv a furxolten lnadTtencc
to hate furnished the; key to the .solution
01 a most puzzuiiK case.
AccordliiK to th" fkiti-ment of a mem
ber of tho b-K-il firm uluch I defending
the suit against the Howard estate, wh-n
Miller applied nt Ix-catur. Ill f-ir a li-c-nse
to marry Mra. ly-afKreen, then Mls
Miner Moore, he sow th.; name of
'Charlie Howard" H was rehired,
however, to irlve nl.i the name of hi
father and tho maiden name of his
Taken off Ms Ruinl. Slllle- rave the
correct m.itd'ti tiame of his mother. It
wan In'crlhM ujmu the records, and uft.-r
the ap" of tweutv-two ears. It Is uhM.
Is avallabli; to prove that th t'harlle
Howard who married Miss Moor- at that
time KM licit . e.itil.l ns-t- Ki'a l.n
1 Laclede j Howutd.
Mrs. Iaf(tr'n In her deposition has of-
fered In evld.-nre the rertltlcato or her
rnnrri it.-" to C'ii.irlle Honard. It." Keniiltie
j ness was pron. but the defendants
rouusc I (ilways rmitetided that the Identity
of th man vim was married to Mrs.
Ienffre.n at that tln.o n-d that of Ii
iledc J Howard were entirely separate,
NAJIB .SOt.VKri MVSTi:ili.
n a happy Inspiration lh proof of this
contention was roulit In tht records of
the marrl.'iffe llrrnro oiUc- of the county in
which the Il.-enrn was Nsutd When It
had been found and conult It nhiiw-ed
as the maiden name of Charlie. Howard s
mm her ore which nns rot the sam as
tli if of Ijirlnle j Howard's mother
With thli clew it wa a rninniratlvely
f.lnip matter to trace the maternal rela
tlv.s of the rpurlojs ch.ir!i Howard
They were, trac.d through many States to
I'rniitlvnn!n. whore, mn Ivors were able
to tell where Miller was Uv njr at prew-nt
The net at.p wis to Identify h'm beyond
a doubt as the man who married the
plaintiff Tills wns done. It Is snld by
a woman nt whow houe In I'almer. III.
hs hid bo-irded nt the time of bis alleged
mnrrl.ik-e to Mrs I-o.irreri
In d scualnj( the newest developments
In the rar-e. one of the members of the
firm of Johnson. Hout". Marlatt & Haw is.
wh arc defending the suit. lM
"Tlire. s no doubt In our minds that
Mrs Ifreen never saw I.ltled- J.
Howard In her life Th man she mnnied
tlr"t wns Thomas J Miller, who had at
that time nnumfil the nair.a of Char ie
Howard This was on January 15. lets
it Ijecatiir. Ill He was at that time a
clKnnmiker at I'almer. III., and Is In the
same l,ui!n to-day at Turnwater U'aah
"Milli r h.u been positively Idertltled by
wtnft..es who knew him In Illinois ha
the nam who went by th name, of Chir
l!e Hownrd and married Mrda Moore. Tin
Identlllt atb n Is complete in every detail.
and there .an be n . in. stake about Thomas
J Mliler and Charlie Howtrd belr.K the
same man His suit for divorce u th-i
fullest admission upon hts cart of till tho
MIM.im ACK.NOV.u:rK5KS TIC.
"The flllnir of Miller's application Tur d!
vorre in Turnwater Wash. In which hi
know'eies hts mrrla?e to Mrs. I-eaf-Creen.
Ins broucht out iomi facts In th.s
esse which we had r.ot expected to dls
cl.ife until tt.-j trial, whe-e eerthintt
bearlnjr upn it will be eijni.d
This tiattee wIij , fald to the at
tentlirfi of the Circuit Attorney in due
There was no resemblance, in h!fht.
we!hl or In in other detail. bt.n
l4ce.le J Howard an I Thomas J Mi.W
No one se,.n he pli-tare of the two nwn
can f.nd 'he llt:htet rewrr.blince
"I'mmlre-t an I conspicuous m bus!r.s
an-". In roc-iat life a man of I,i -lile How
ard s s-jik.r.ic pert-onarty w ju.d n t have
rtarcd. n if h had been o Inclined, to
hue Ilve-I for twenty y.irs within tlfty
tnllea of the scene of Ills allrKed marrlaj;e
with Mrs latreen
MIL OCONNOIt PEFIANT.
John J O'Connor, for Mrs IyafT?en.
I offered f"ier:ay to put up a certi
fied rhe. k for the esrwnws of thl" Miyor
of Tunsi'T Wash . from h s hnrr.e to
P I'j s n-id rtturn I w il a.so pay h's
ft;nf" to Cerlstiin Cour.tr. I'linola
nd treit I :m royally If he will but cjme
and f' e mv e lnt and the people who
knew the man Marv Moore marrl-d ancl
If they ay he Is the mm I I! d-c p the.
case ard bear th expenses of th case
"If the ..ther side are fair and honest
In thK they sh u.d accept my offr If
their e "en e waa true, why did Ciey not
watt L-'II 'he ca zat- up br!-. th!r
witr.'.a and p me otT of my feet' It
Is !.T;.y a bal 'i-r anrtter eontlnuance."
FAULTY CONDITION OF TRACK
CAUSED BRAKEMAN'S DEATH.
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MRS. HELEN BROVN RRAD,
Who save a sons; recital last nlsht.
rresident of Metropolitan Life
Insurance Company Heceives
CONCESSIONS IN MISSOURI.
Caretaker of Albany House Una
ble to Kxpluin Several Items
Which Appear on the Bills
as Ia.'ju1 Expenses.
Caroaer Jury Retarns Verdict nt
Aerldrat la Caaa of All a
An Inquest was held jesterday by Cor
orer Ilarop oer the boiy cf Alien O)
nory a trak-ir.an. brother of J -'pix
Fiory. a remiieit Itepub.lcan P"I'ti ian
A defe. uve railroad track was gUen aJ
tre t cf death
The jurj t" it er!lct of accident added
that tie fau.ty cord t.cn of th IrAca, was
reta7r.!tAe i h.s deAth
tvstie rtdsrr oi a Frta-o er.jtlr.e rear
Chau'.esu ak.Due Mor.da). F.ory w&s
thrown fro-n C-.e cowcatcher tr.eath the
ktnotle !i: lees wre cut ot! and he
died shortly afterward The cuard rail
extended above tfce IevI of the tracs,
wttr.esaea fi.d. a-J truck the p.kt.
breaklaa it d throwtns; Flory uader
ath th cc-.r.e-
r fi'"n'. ork. Nov. 9. The Metropolitan
I-lfe Insurance ccmpaii figurtd in the
nn-.Ucbt part of to-da' proceedings of
t . Insurance Inquiry Committee. John It.
JleKtm.-ui. president of the company, who
was on tlie stand when adjournment was
takn yesterday, was tho tlrst witness to
da. and the expend of tlie company
weie turtl.er goi.o Into. It was brought
out that Mr. iligcmun's salary is thr
eame as tn.,t of John A McCall, prei-f-dei.t
of the x.w York Ufe, .U.l.uuO. Pre
li.us to Il"i, how tier. Mr. lietfiman re
cuied lj.ti.'jL The salary of Vice Presi
dent lla.ey Flsite Is J7J.tM. George H.
C;i..stou. th Mcond vice president, receives
U'l.s.-i. at.d Frank J. Ayera, third vies
presljtr.t. receives SlC.XO.
Tlw A-ork or agents in the field and their
ccmi.-e:.!.,tion wa taken up with Mr.
H aVh.au and later James M. Craig, iha
uctaary, waa callcl en to supply njurea
w th which Mr. IKgenan was not fa
miliar. lecttr in the day. when Mr. Craig hnd
lei, excused. Mr. liegeman was again
culod. and the hubject of the company's
teouti' e8 nu taken up. bJl the Interro
ittt.o:. had hardly begun when adjourn
ment for thi day was ordered.
ALU AN V HOUSE BXPNSE3.
The house In Albany. N T.. which tes
tltnon) b-fore the Insurance, Investigating
Committee ha heielotore shown was for
a number of jears maintained by funds
of the Mutual Lite Insurancu Company,
a train received some attention frum
Uiulti IX Huthe. cunael for the com
mittee when M'chael p Mullanev. the
caretaker of the hoase, was cal.cd today
as a witness.
Mr. Mulianey's testimony was In great
part a corru. oration of previous testimony
that A. C. I!eld. while emploed as sta
ti .nery aaent of the Mutual, also looked
after IeKllilivc matters and paid the rent
fur the A.bany house.
To-day a number of vourhem signed by
J. i..anev were ldnt!fiI in- the witness,
who arkncwiedeed recelvlnr th" money
f' r them Some purj-irted to be for IntaJ
s rv'. ej, eon.e for sundries, and some Jor
trie,r.K exjenss. tvitne) said he was
i;"i n lawjer. ana could net explain why
vouchers were made out to that Item.
J M Beck. counel for the Mutual how.
ever took occasion to remind the counsel
t-it all vouchers for the maintenance of
thl. hous- it had been ti-stlfle.l. were
ch-irped ti lensi expense. Mr Huch'-o
ea' 1 hit -jiit not explain why some rrs
fr traveiinic expenses and soma for sun
dries. C.VX'T IDENTIFT PfNDIUEa
ful!Ar.ey could not tell what the sun
dries er unleaa thiy were upples. H
had taken tr1ja to New 1 ork to see fr.
Fields at th" latter's v-acirestion "ll-i
did n t kno-v how many times h" had
been to New Y ark He ao-r.etlmes bought
tl'Kets for Mr Fl-ld. Nineteen vouchers
wvre idertded by Mulla-iey. for nn
wh'eh he admitted h" received the money,
wj-i h ncCTe rated HT5 Thee were paid
be'neen Mar-h T. 10 anl Ju'y :i ::.
M il -ir.ey s..' J Ma salary was :& a month.
H" had never earried any money -o AI
bary from New York for Mr Field, and
hid r.evr jaii out any money for Mr.
I1ARNE3 SH. NOT CAI.1UED.
Th creater part of the day William
Earnea tr . fo-merly of A'bfmy. but now
liv'r.e at Nantucket. Ma-t . sat la the
corcm'-te-room waltlr.c tc b" call'd but
la in the afternoon h" wis excued for
th c Ttrea "c-i:-ca In .t-c- ,K
veat.a-atlon seve-al weks aco. when
vo.tbM for legal rvte-s. barln his
' sUnatii were prJu"e-l, tngether with a
' ie::,r sij-ed oy w ::iikm it,rr.s Jr of
Albany remlnJlng the Mutual Uf that
' "fcl fa-her-a henorariurf ha not been
I recelrrd and further asking that a check
1 be forwarded.
Regarding . the
The man who buys this place will own what in generally admit
ted to be one of the most desirable and picturesque ".Country Ev
tates adjacent to St. Louin. He can live on it, enjoy it and watch
it increase in value. He ran leave to his children land the great
' value of which no man can foresee. It is much more accessible to
the city than the Skinkcr place was a few years ago, sad the won
derful increase in value of the "Skinker Country IMace'' is known
to all St. Louis.
The McKnipht Farm contains 1.'0 acres and is located immedi
ately west of Forest Park. It is on McKnipht avenue, one fourth
mile north of Clayton road and one-half mile west of Clayton.
The place contains I'JO acres, including beautiful lawns, wood
land pasture, grazing meadows, garden, orchards, etc Tile whole
tract will be sold together, but it embraces as many aa a DOZEN
BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITES. The man who buya thla place can
take choice of sites for himself, and (either now or In the fatare,
when the land is more valuable;, sell off in smaller tracta of from 3
to :!0 acres to acceptable neighbors or to a "club colony of agree
This is a country place on an eminently practical baata, aa the
electric cars of the Transit Company run direct to the property, Mo
Knight Station being on the grounds. It is also readily reached by
drive or automobile via Clayton road. It is not in the remote coun
try, but in the suburbs of St. Louis.
The place overlooks the Country Club, the Log Cabin Glab and
the numerous country places dotting the elevations in that popular,
The automobile has assured the "Country Place" proposition,
and desirably located lands in the fashionable belt of St. Lonia
County are certain to become very valuable. Places where men can
live free from noise and dust and yet do business in St. Louis are
what is becoming demanded more and more each year.
This place waa bought by thelate E. W. Warfleld, the Clayton
banker, shortly before his death. He knew St. Lonia County from
one end to the other and selected this place aa his own by reason of
its high and beautiful location, with due and prudent consideration
of its accessibility by all methods of conveyance.
The "McKnight Home" is an old-fashioned colonial red brick
house, with spacious rooms, large southern porch, and occupies a
magnificent lawn on which there is a delightful grove of majestic
forest trees. The house was built many years ago, and waa built In
the "old way." It is in very fair condition, and with some improve
ments can be made a most comfortable home.
The property is being sold to close the Warfleld estate, and af
fords such an opportunity as is seldom presented to buy the choic
est property under conditions wholly favorable to the buyer. It
may be sold at a great sacrifice. It MUST be sold at some price.
The Mercantile Trust Company, aa Trustee under the will of ,
TV. Warfleld, deceased, will sell the property at public auction to
morrow afternoon at 2:30. The sale will be held on the front porch
of the home place. The terms of sale will be only 0NEF0URTH of
the purchase price in cash, the remainder due in 8 installments,
payable in 1, 2 and 3 years; deferred payments to bear 5 per cent in
terest, with privilege to purchaser of paying all cash or taking up
notes at any time before maturity.
2,000 earnest money will be requested of the buyer when prop
erty is sold to him, the remainder of the cash payment within IB
The title Is good, and certificate of St. Louis County Land Title
Company will be furnished purchaser free of charge, also survey by
the County Surveyor of St. Louis County.
To reach the "McKnight Farm" take any Transit ear to Del
mar and De Baliviere avenne car sheds, there change to Clayton
cars and get off at McKnight avenue, or drive west on Clayton
road to McKnight avenue, thence north one-quarter mile to the
Call or send for pamphlet showing plat of land and giving de
tailed particulars of other property in St. Louis County of same es
tate, including the Warfleld Home near Clayton, the handsomest
private residence in the suburbs of St. Louis; also a business cor
ner on the Courthouse Square at l.nyton, nil of which will be snld
to morrow afternoon.
Mercantile Trust Co.,
8th and Locust Sts., St. Louis, Mo.
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AMERICAN CENTRAL COMPANY
AGENTS HEARD BY VANDIVER.
Jefferson Ctty Mo. Nor Th Anter
icai Central Ife Ir.auranc Cosjany had
i heartrjr In tbe o'.c of tne Sicpertntend
c; of Inauranc" t-efore Mr Va.ac.ili er at
th" Cipltol thU afternoon, and the star-ir.4-
cccr-sie,! about faar hours.
About twenty of tee asents and officers
of th company were present, and at tn
eles of the berfrtiar Sir Vasdlver tjk
the ess" undr iJvlrcent.
T'-ta company Is charge., stjtjj Issaln
po.tirlea. w-ith typesmttn estimate t-Uitis-i
to them ac!lr to a jra-eollce per
mit ts a tre-lnaurance follcy
Oa CrIII A Dlaasaaa.
I3si'-ct tte finest IManjoral salesroosis In
th city Get il DUtsond o A Watch. Easy
rccntnty faect. lasftis Bros, at Co
M Sovr OaXetUn Ud(, U acd OUT tli.
DES PLANCHES WANTS CHANGE
Italian Ambassador Now on Way
Washlr.jrton. Nov. . Daron Edraonlo
atayur Ic Placcbas. ItaJUa Ambaasadrx
to Wajanlnctoa. lU his snfe. la tvrsr on
th bUh scsas bound for Italy, harisc
sa11u from Nw Tork Ttresdsy
The Ambaawsdor. stfco l tn Ul health. 1
CoUjc borne to Italy for a long rtst. arm
it !s rro&eaiatlcai absthrr ho will return
10 Washington. t
It Is known, howcrcr. that last nrtns
tha Bsrtcc jiraasd a desire. In th fr.ttr
- of his health, to maks an cschar.fe of
Dosta for soma capital caarsr Kama and
his own cUssate.
Aeswi Call a Sawstlla.
StOalU. Mo.. Not. . The RTerend
John A. Stimett of Vlrojua. Wis. ha
Accepted a call to the paatorAta of the
First Conjrreajational Charch of this city
ACd WIS aawwaw has aaUo kafw a es-
t, . . .
MIKADO HONORS GRISCOM.
American Minister Takes Fare
well of Japanese Kmperor.
Toklo. Not. 4 10 o m.-Uoyd C. Orts
com. th American Minister, had a fara-n-eii
audlenca with tha Bmperor To-4ay.
who asked htm to conv his thanks to
I"residnt Roose-aelt for his er of Jap
anese Interests In Russia throughout th
Ill MaJestT rare Mr Orlscmn sljrned
pr.otcsTspha of th Cmprs t,J his fam
Ilr as a token of h. aTOreelatlon cf his
Impartial conduct of diplomatic affair
an:r tha difficult conditions which ivra
vallecj for some time past.
Jleeesis Call Wlaeksater.
Wlschestai. 111.. Sot. . Tt R"read
n. O. Sharp ot fvltavtlla, IIL. kaa r
o!ed and acosatsw a eall to UMnraa
of Um rirat Chrtattaa Ckarafc tdlii altjj.
UFE SENTENCE FPU WRECKER.
Alleged German Bare Conrietei
by Iowa Jnry.
mummm. I. No. a-aww IN
ben, the ali Urriuan liainu wua .
caused a tratn wrack on Um Roc laaiaiti '
at tioroesiaad ian apnssj ivm to -sasj
what would IMMasn. waa awtwn)S to Ufa
tmrrleonnxnt her t-day.
Attorneys at(rd th Beta of sasaartv.
ut railed to subetanttata It. and aft
dmrattnt a fw kourt tha Jury fauna a
venllcrt nf vulltv.
uri Uvea wr laat In ta aarllsrrara.
It tJannecl wtack.
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