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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: TUESDAY, J ANITABY
THE ST. LQUI8 REPUBLIC.
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OBc: Comer Tenth aadOUv I
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By ataU-Ii Ad ace-Pes-age Prevail
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ST CARRIER-ST. LOUIS AND SUBURBS.
Bar week, daily ordy .-............. a ceats
Per week, tolly and gaaaay U casta
Published Monday and Thursday on- year. .5 cents
Remit by bank draft, esprea money order or regls
tend tetter. Address: THE REPUBLIC.
St. Louis. Ma.
C7Rectvd communications cannot be returned under
Entered in th Port Office at St. Louis. Mo, aa see
DOMESTIC POBTARBL FTR COPT.
night, ten aid twelve page I cent
Sixteen, eighteen and twenty pane -.
2 cent for one or - cents for two cop lea.
Twnty-two or twenty-eight pages Scents
Thirty payes....... .... ................... .3 cents
The Tt'-putllc l on til at th following places:
IXNDQ!t Ttaf-lsar tulli'ng. Northumberland
avenue, room 1.
PARIS 10 l!ouvard dm Capuclnes: ccrner place
! l'Orr and Rue Cambon.
JlCRLIN Equitable Chaude. K rrlcr!i.hitras-e.
fotnting-TIoom Mnln 1031 A CIS
njitori.il Recent Ion-Room Main 3K AC
fa street can sat pahMe Mi-wrta. pfccw: watle
It. fa decMMlj faapattgat to the wawa's asfMiaace
TfESHAV. JANUARY 2. 1!".
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A kalf aaaea arrcsto of -fritters bow andtkea
will trad tewari feesiac tae sMewaJka deaa.
LAW AND CONDUCT.
Good reeolBtloas, ratrUcnlarly f the New Year
variety, ought to be kept religiously. Good rso
lmkMM. if kept and made a ptiaeiple of conduct,
are a tremendous uplift to character; but If broken
tbe reaalt i worm than if aoae.liad been record
ed. The old habits aad thins foresworn but gain
a Brmer footaoU amoag the wreckage of promise.
It follows that good revolutions ought not t be
entered into lightly.
It i a depressing reflection that the eon
duct which depend for regulation, and the char
acter which depend for development, upon express
resolutions are in a bad way. While of Itself the
fact that resolutions are made is an encouraging
sign of aspiration, it is nearly always a sign. too.
of weakness aad dire need In character. There
is absolutely nothing to lie said against the reso
lutions which are the l-asls of genuine and ul
stantlal reforms, but It is more often the case that
character Is built by a steady and gradual process,
and conduct is developed slowly and scientifically.
Spasmodic efforts rarely go far.
There is some analogy between tbe impulsive and
annual reformer and the State or tuition whicj !
rushes sjora(TiiIly iuto haif-bakl legislation, it
Mr. Haratt; Mgi fke Seaate atfll
deanr. aad taaa larite dinater. apoa Bartf
Certalaly tae caacerte eCert weaM ae worta
atttag to tae trlaL Hewcrrr; It la to tae iageal
eas attaapta a efta aopnlar control eC Seaalorkd
elections by scheme foreoatralllagtke Legislatare'a
choice, rather than by recourne to amendment, that
Sir. IlayacD glvea bla prtecfaal attention; and bJa
elaborate treatawat of tUa aabject aad colbttioa a(
experiments ia eoaatttatJoaal law al caatoia giva
bis article high ralae and importance.
After diseasing all of tbe devices of the State
which have experiueatrd toward the control of
legislatures. Mr. Ilayaes gives' his approval to a
auggested plaa to rote hbob Senatorial candidates
in direet primarfea. and to print upon the otacial
laillot at the general State election tbe names of all
candidates who receive a certain number of totea
feay 3.000 or 5.000; in the primaries: and to let tbe
result of the general election constitute a popular
Instruction tojhe Legislature to choose from then
a Senator by the Australian ballot, each member
to vote on the first ballot for three on the list, and
on the second for one or two n the case may lie
out of the three highest, aa determined by the first
lialiot. Among jlie benefits to Ik? expected from
such aa elective'procesin. he submit, worthy candt
dale would tend to multiply, and the choice would
no longer lie a choice of two evils. This schema
has been criticised as "academie. yet it ha- much
t inniiieiid it for practical experiment. The eon-
t Ktitmloaaliiy of ii:i:ithig the Legislature' ranse of
ST. LOUIS GIRL ROBED AS
AN INDIAN PRINCESS
I a fact, .k-nionstrable by reference t.. the statute I ,.hoW. TO jIm. ,,.,,;,,.,,, , ,n Vnb,"nuT
ec:rber, i"CS, Avtrigt
This I an lncr,.i' f ir.,CT
t Sunday arerace !-
It's "be RepacIIs Everywhere
In t-ae Homes of St. Loiis.
of any State of the L'nitetl States, that we have
broken a vat deal of good resolutions. It is true
that conduct has ilercioiicd rather by ciaihaizins
old principles than by cnactinz new laws.
The ict result of "reforni" in t!i uaiion or
Slate is in its appeal to fundamental morals, nither
than In its expression of fresh curative legislation.
It ts certain that the reform asitatioii :;w jo
sessing this -ountry will have Its chief bent-lit in
te questioned: but. says Mr. Hayiic. even if such
a limitation were not rigidly enforced the list of
niuniners with auch backing onld not fail to bare
a lare mosiMirn of itiiturace.
Coinnsemlng ujion the tendency toward popular
contml of Senatorial "lections, he declares: "While
the form of election by the Legislature is retained,
its spirit has lieeii radically changed. Iu no State
in the Union to-day il niemlicrsvf the Legislature
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UJ.I. Itl, HH- .ri. ill lilt. &VUIUJ6 IJH" III'I.I1 ! I ,. jm .. . , .. .
. . , . . .,, .., tPreeeed to the election of a Senator with that en
government, in the nfofcemcnt of old law and old ft,.,.. , , . . ...
principles of justkv. Tbe new laws will lie few
I.nii; TKKASriJY TALK.
Tc'TO !. !n'm,'i 4i" swN-h Mich :i i th-i ex
j.s ted ,,f tli.- head if si, gri-at a tlnam l:il institution
) tl. Treasiirj- -f the I ulti-d States In Secretary
Shaw't statentciii that the Itrtctnntcnt uun Tsi
iirliinils of ser
Abst of the sreat lif-anl f s,jvi-r !llars pie
ii in the au!ts ,if the Treasury i- rciireM'Uted by
siher ,ertltl-ite in cjr'ul.stioti, and the ;vTimi-iit
ti ipi.re iis the silver eiiiii against which these
Ttlriniles sire io-t:ii than it owns the gold coin
whlcl' it t:iV.e. on lisit and aeauivt which It issccs
the imixt ireti!aii:i iuel:uii) knouu as t"M ccriili-at-s.
In f.'i f. t!:e enertinient no more owns thi tin
than a wareltotis. man 4.wiis the .tI and chutteN
st,rci with him. for whiili he ha given receipts
and ivlileh he must delicr to the owner whenever
rii- holder of one of th-se cold or silver cert III--at's
or. lis just iimuy dollars of the Treasure's
heard if sln a his certltic:tte -:tlI for. and the t-r-tlllcate
s;is on Its faie that he can liavi- i: when
cur lie Insist to take It out of Tieai:ry stinis-.
The (.mi s;orl in th Treasury for the n.lc:np
?iiin of these a-crt Incites forms in. part of the as
wt of the i :j et iiuieitt. as Scrclary Shaw and
eerlly Is.- ery well know The head of the
I riMsttry of the fiiiicl States would do well to
. ulthate acounicy of tinaiu-i.il stateniciit
Iijlni.' of the .it rail in the White KUcr ll.nl
road sinplel s a new trunk hue from Memphis and
! Southeast to I enter and the Northwest and
oie!is tn dereloiiiiii'tit a ticv a !:! tcs'iureeful regiou
In Nirtlierti Arkansas nttd !. it:i MiMuri.
Tln tlrritis ( new life In this r-;ton h:i set
little Kmk to calling aloud for a rMd northward
Horn the .-lit. fiii Little K'x'k aidri's to httlld uj
a iiuiiiiifactiinu u!n:rl at An:eiita and wants tv
iret at the mill, ml nn.1 other atejndjut raw material
'ting lielwco'ii the .rkansi Kner and the Mlvioiirl
Itlr mining, tlairtlng and farming there is ge
lug to ! soiiiethlug doing ia Northern Arkansas aiS
Southern Missouri iu !'.; aiul the t.tir thai follow
.r Yfrr sirrrLi:it ki:iit
liirnutij rotnls.st t l- cl and the ailimnl
tr.it ion In Wa.hlnstou -n;uis- to make "cotn-e.
s!oii in the manner f adrnia!t ring the customs
Is vt "
Tliu. It I said. l tariff war with Oeriujuy to
U avens and the lid kcjt oti tr tariff iu.'
lion hi Vr.grc-s
It may readily le N-llev.sl that t'crmany ! will
Jtu: to axsst the hnlf l-af. or eteu th- iiiartc lo,tf
:tt tht deal. fc-r. In truth. he ecsSs our meal
tnorc than we nd her trade, much a we nect!
Rut If the matter ! wtthsl the adtninlstratlon
hJ settled U by a makchift targatn whirti atiroual
to a reciprocity treaty without the adrlo and em.
s. nt f the Senate, which Is c-ntrary iu U? Con:!
Hit lea aad laws of the I'nited State,
and. likely, as experience suggests, sonu- of them
will lw iinerfcet and lame, and will fail of di
rect Intliicii-e upon condwt. lint no ni.ia doubts
that the life f the nop!e and the H'V of the
tJovcrntnent will le better for the dis.-u-ion of
right and wrong now licing waged in many de
partments f activity, in some asos ... tiereely.
We are letter for considering reform, and we shaij
l letter for etich good resolves and promises as
wo may register in legislation but we shall be
worse for a failure of enforcement of the new re
Practically the great achievement of the reform
ware is in accentuating old principles of right and
wrong. There will Ih fewer brilier.s and bri!
takefs; more old fashioned honesty anions legisla
tors and p-tliticiaus; loss -frenzied finance" among
thoee who handle the ieople"s money: graft in a
commercial way will he reduced leiiiiise the peoj.lo
have nimc to a fresh realisation of old valueji and
a. fiesb and vlgomus InUienci upon what is right.
We do not nerd to make many new rc
solves. Xor tloes the individual rouuire ! make
lightened independence, that frcedctu of individual
discretion in the eliolee. from which the Fathers an
ticiiKitcil such benefieiit results. Everywhere the
IcgiMators approach the task under the domination
of party, aud In etery State where one well-dis-clplincd
party is in Nwer the nsUr of the election
i. a certainly even Iwfore the legislature con
venes. Xot only lias party spirit claimed thit elec
tion for Its own. but the party's choice for Senator
Is often made Itcfore the raemliers of the Legisla
ture are elected and is obtruded upon that body
by the State Convention. Everywhere the
mo emeu I for the direct primary Is gaining ground.
Ami he concludes by remarking that unless the
Stiate can speedily give some evidence of responsi
bility to public opinion, the new century will still
lie young when the people, tired of treachery on tbe
pan of their representatives, will east aside the es
tablished mode of election. t
It may r added that the present Senate. If It
jierslsts in defying the Insistence of the public up
on gieat measure for control of the railroads, re
vision of the tariff, aud curbing of private monop
Hi's, will signally Influence tbe nation toward the
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Disoorcrr of Arseaic ia Mrs.
Chase's Stomack Eaters I-
to Will Coatest.
MISS VERONICA MLXV1HTU
Visitation Convent girl, who sang "Laughing Water with great auccess at Pro
fessor Mahler's Christmas celebration. Mtra atulvihlll Is IS years old and la
fli only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Jlulvihlll of North Grand avenue.
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. i.iiftii.ii iiiiihiiiiiiinnni tf-rhw,,.. nhi.k KA at
new nn.mi.e Tli ol.l niinii. nt .--1 1u.t,.. Lit-' . . . " " "" ""es are
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" - "- vtct-u me iirojiie ana me
nrn iwmI .iirii,li tot liim tmrtr lifu.L- t.. tli..m ,.r... i
... . . ., , ., , . ' , IM,"e repncntiil In the machine-made and self-
tded he can tlud the fragments. Most or the, , ..,, . """ru
,,,,-. , - , . , t . Uicrpetualed Senate was never more acute, and a
bad habits whuh men ami nations have I., rcf.irm , .,, -Ti... j . . " Maa
are very old !,,d habits. For ..., ,cry few new j f uClho, 7 7"! ?"' h more
ones let . Itidivldually and rolleetivelr. fonn ,1 iwh? '''r 'at tUmK
few new r..oI..s , ,,v a ,ra , eep tl.ctn. lZTtvK9Um9t9Mm
in addition o the old. f ni , Tf n.ics " amI
IIRF.'T SKLKCTIOX tiF SKXATOKS.
It is not likely that the I'xiited States Senate
baa foresight enough to dh-'evrn the cloud which.
With Professor Johnson chloroforming tbe "de
fectives" and IKicpr Osier norfnrmin tt. .
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while it is v... i,nt ih. ; ..f ..oV. i.n,..i ;. ,i..!i ,,a,I,,,-w aa "'"M tbc IwapaMe, we might d
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"'.' wen pmvKieit ine exterminating process did
not make ton great Inroads ujwn our learned pro-
gathering tempest of impiilar disimtPtit. a ntle
rlddcu Houe. which itself has well nigh ceased to
b a dellherative Uly. i nererthel.s not so Tar
above coutrol as to conatitttte a grate fiitidamcnt.il
problem. It can lie reformeil and maile represent
ative through direct ohtIcal metlicd-. Ihtt the
Senate, which arrogantly refuses the jioop'e an oji
ixirtunlty to im.ss upon the motle by which its mem.
Iers shall lie selected, is at once the most iudc; -:;!-
cut and least representative of gotcrnmeut 'iisti-1
tutions. the aee.it of iutcr.vts in direct couillct nith
IK.pnlnr welfare, am is. as now constituted, a self-! "'': "a.
Iienietiutlng Mktter who-. menace i the nurr ami i ,", UI! ,!iat hl,"1,1 I'as C'onsrcss b.tond acy p.it-men-
IH-rce'ted as its method.. :..,.l ,.,.,i..t t A 1',,.S .?. "l ,h t-rwUUng for the r
I-gSlat tires Iwiiri apparent. With the Impregnable
defru-es built alxiut their otlice by legislative elec
tion. Senators grow the more deiiiut In n-glts-ting
Jatne, llazen Iljde lias gone to Frnuce for a
r,sr. -I am all tln-,1 out." he K.ys. His slay
abroad should prove a good rest for evorylmdy.
Reaaiy SawU Ma ft'.
motai oi tar..T i met on orls of art. Tlio nreumrtit
that p-jcIi reutotal would endaager the whole sacrcl c-ii-fico
I. fatntllsr and alo Idiotic. T! tariff is trmitftl
by it frienis as equal in -tahlhty to a houi of iick-
r - T.tiAt A . ... .
or perking tticisttt.s. of the . public ., taBjfc; ,,, tnly , h,: boTTEw
ii-rn. ami iu devoting their lest energies to the pro- U little doubt that h worUd rnnllo upon a bill to re
tcctlon of private interests the Semite J..-iv latelv lno"'" obstruction to tl.e urowth of the urta in Aaer
lin e.ill,d -a lollctioa of dl-t!:iptih.sl railroad lc' ' ''c,:,' " " .lt ructions are not tcn a
-r ; r- """""- ""- ' '"- sSz.-'Mt-ssijjir
ji-op.es efforts t bring them to a .sense of their ?" of rr.3r..:.il UlKr the b-tter for all of u. Evpry
America -nt this tariff
high rcl-usltiiitty to the State in the -lection of 'nlt "f any station
Senators. js-rsM la using their legal fns-dom of ),',r,,ar;r''- w" liPIene.i to receive no Kte:.t inhritance
... -..,-..t .rauir ironi ins cenm of tlie past, and
OFFICIAL TO RESIGN
Jackson Smith, Who Was Held
KcxpoRKible for ItnportatioB of
Laborerx Into Martinique, Dis
approves Waslunjjtoa Policy.
R BUO SPECIAL.
Washington. Jan. L According ta good
authority. Jackson Smith, chief of the
branch cf labor and quartern. Engineer
ing Department, cf tbe Pan.tiaa Cur-a'.. will
resign from his position in the course of
about two ironUi-i. Uotb Commissioner T.
P. Hnonts and Chief Emr.neer Stevaws ex
preci surprise to-nlglit when they heard
:h news, and appeared incredulouai
Mr. imlth la now drawing S7.30O per ytmr
from tbe commission, nnd It wsai supposed
that Lis position waa enjoyable aa well a
lucrative. Tiia same authority which
states his fortl.cutning reslaiiatlon aa a
fact, rata that the reason he resigns Is
ttie r-r'03vd assumytton vt the snanxe
uient vi land Intcrists in Mexico in which
h had inv-stcd prior to his uccepUncti of
iA on the caual. and that hU leaving
la r.ot a question of 'Void feet" or of I rlc
tiou tvitl. the udniinistration.
Recarclls of the lack of Information of
Mr. tihonts or Mr. Stevens upon the resls
natlou. it must bo remembered that Mr.
f rclih waa the person directly held respoa
sib! for the Importation Into tbe canal
xim. of laburtrs trom Matllnliue ami their
fonts lc companions, wives and others. FVr
this rt-ison it Is Itlleved here that the ."a
nal CommUslon will welcvma tbe resigna
tion. OTIIHlt RESIGNATIONS KXPECTED
It Is understood ttuit tlie Can! Coromls
slcn Is likely to recelte. other rtaUtuatlK
le-lore the ancmbUng of Congress, which
will b calculated to breik the force of the
inquiry which the Senate Commltie Is x
Iectfd to make. Tlie object cf this Is to
icpU'llate the action of subort!:nat" on the
canal zu:: !. v.ero aciinx iltn-ctly un
dr the orScr of the PrealtT.-nt a the re
isnsibl.j heai. ard thui break the force
of the attempt that will ! uwde to ptove
i- whole rc&pmi'lbiltty on Mr. Kuwetett
and Secictary Talt.
It la also understood that Mr. Smith,
who bits had a grtat den I of egcrrieuce
with contract Trk in the troplck. and
wlu was sal J to lo rrurc or less lnclii.-.o
to run his bmr.ch of the l.uInea upou a
wSd-rtp'n tKl!y. according to tb Weft
r:i. ti-nnitioii ol tlt tirn. lud a try
fntik talk with tin utfi1r.lii of the cr.iiol
wnen he was tn W'a'lilngton about a
n.onth ago. aal did i.et hesitate to esi-resa
.'iW lews freely, tor that reason It Is
quite iosiiille thai the nia:iavn.-ut will
all-w him to ieign ur.rter sutlclun of be-
Iiottv tor Ul. select!.,,! not of the best men. but of ,ir 8l.uen-n of a r. Z , ' . TT. " . I ir i tb e.ioneat of the :. on the c.t-
.,, a, j. I Ileal Xon. 'fVniCX mw Mmrt iuruug;j iii-
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"" ' r-.e ... u.e .--naie is a ,.gra.e p. ma .-a,:van:age y r-.Mli.nr and dis-onraging the lV.ra'm i-nt ,,y Jo' . rnor Mnr.n tc
Mich States a I'd a reSeelloii niKin tumnl-ir ...-e-.. I Inipott of what our fitlrenr wer. .-iU nr..i .I'll... .,. I it,.- rmnl f-fiiiimlfuii November 5v. nr.i'
uient. ( Vj)" for u hroad. Tlie tax on minting is felt mainly I r.,"!,oh "JS "'''" rvMl la'-"T by ri,c'"r''r"
.Wl..m neo...:.-.tle ' "ur r'' rail-ne-. nhere prlvte rotlect'oT., nearly iJAUOHKO AT OOVKKNMKNT. I
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"A NEW DEAL"
Takes Office of Police Commis
sioner of New York, anil Ad
dresses All Inspectors and Cap
tains (Jets Resignation.
Kew York. Jaa. t William McAdoo to
day retired from the orSc of Police Com
missioner, and hia successor. General
Theodora A- BlngliaiB. formally Zi.umnl
command of ta police force of tb xreuter
dty. General Bingham-.-, lirst uttlci.il act
was to address the lnrpcciors unit i.'dp
Ulns f tbe department, tvho had been
summoned to meet him.
"We start tho New Vear with a new
deal right here." be said. "I hate been
sent Xor to come here and do a certain
piece of work. I am going to do It. I
have not got anrthlim again it tou to nart
with no aubpicion and we will begin rn
tbe level. But. by tbe nine gods of war.
ou have xot to deal with mo on tbe
evel. aa I shall deal with you.
"Tiiera will be no spying on the men
cf this force- If jou are manly men.
sportsmanlike men. oa will at-preciate
that and treat me the same. Iton'i go
back on the hacd that I atretch out to
Sir. McAdoo greeted General Uhigham
ar.d cordially toll Mm the police was an
admirable body of men and advised him to
know them wrll.
"One cf tbe ttret onVlal acts of the new
Police Coairahwlocer was t-j aboI!.h the
"shoo fl" tquad and the ic t-iua-.
Thw former was .omioEcd of plain
clothes"' men. detailed to watch th uni
formed forces. The vi.-e squad was th
Woman Forced to Adopt Has-
IkiiuI's. Sob. He Iknag Her Jn-
nior lmt Nine Years. That
He Might Inherit.
Saici. lis.. Jan. 1. Professor W. T.
Whitney's .liwotery ef a large qoaatity
of arr-nic in the s.:omarJs oi Mrs. Jcaal.
Phihtts hare, whose mv?ifr!oua death
last septrrttf is cow bring investigates
by the Histiirt Aitornev. has added addl
tior.:tl liu, r.-t ti the co-.tea,t of Mrs.
Cltare's will e.ov.- Uln? m.i lv her broth
ers in the I 'rotate Court. lrorcssor Whit-
nej-s report will e mntle a: the resusap
tion o the ir.iju.st next Wedr."ilay.
lliHi-nie in Uw cititetl wlil case ha
fiuiil.-h.-.i a eri-- of rtnrtilnK purprlses.
Mre. "ltase-s brother patting on trttaess
nit r wltr.r- to prove tl.rlr llttr was cru
elly trrate-l !- nrr husbnl. wis cacrcetl
Into adoptlnx hi sum. m that ht wouH
become lietr ti hfr tFp;er:t-. ar.d that afcs
had ma.ie or intetni. .1 to matte a will en
tire! UlTtrvnt run. that ottered for pro
bate in,- l:jr 1 utlrtnd.
ui.g Chi- .h so ill lt September
that ills Oeath na cpee:l at :mr time,
bat it was not jsentr.iilj i,nin ho had
ben ..! teil tit me wife of hi- father.
Hail he tiit . 'tiorv ilr i'uw. ner sharo
of the i'i ill.rs r t.t w ni.ia have reverted
kick to ;!r tn:t. .n,.i i'tt. t ha-e would
hnte Ik-ii en- or. wi: .o-it r-yhlm?. Wbea
tliis iieoit'ie Kr.t ttn investis.it:on was 1m-lneilliii.U-
Sies'.m into th- tir.ince clroam-staiKs-s
"urnvimllpc the .ii-ath of the
Mr ilwe ,w found :-.t 1 o'clock !n the
niorneir r .'. jtwnVr h on the kitchen
floor bM :i j;a Move, the eci!t" of
whioh r.ci-e iijn. A note mi. foui.il. ap
pareuliy trtliten by lier. Kiyiig sli In
tenil, r t.ik !--r etti life. !.. 'htvn
Imcercil lor lateral l.-is. but lier broth
ers w.-r- not r.otiltI o: i:er onlition The
first information tley reeette.1 trait of her
death, anil Jtector llnKham. of tr.n. tho
family 'ector. v.I.o is aisr. miti.:,l exam
iner, gate imci.ino'ii.i a the cause of
death on tl.e c-rilic.c.e. bat Liter adiled
the ..rd "saiclde."
loclr Plnkli.'im has n fui tn recedo
from the position n took at ttut time, and
he hts been ubjeclel to much adverao
critici-m. At the inquest he ,... severely
questional by ltlstrlct Attorney Peters.
and the result mt a row- between the
men. who had been friends for vears.
The inquest, coming dtrectlv after sev
eral prominent lawyers. Including- Charles
G. Chick, testified In the lTormte Court
that Mrs. Cha? bal retained them to
draw up a uew tvilt: thai she hadat
prer,1 a determination to cut off her )
band and bis son; that she had been
forced to adopt the joung mtn. who waa
only rears younccr thai: herself, or sep
arate from her husLait.l. who had given
her that alternative, is expected to de
velop additional f.act. which may have a
bearing on the will mutest. ,
Mli. ClIASr FlllCI'TEXED.
Sirs. 3l.;ry K. Trask. a IUiston drrss
maker. trlio had been hi tlw confldenen
of Mrs. Cnase. tes'JtleJ that Mrs. Cha
mi id tvltliln a week of 'her teath that she
was afraid her liudsir.d would kill her.
"Tbe doctor ia plotting something." Mrs.
Trank testitied Mrs. Chase said, "and If ht
dared he would ktlt me. The looka he give)
me ar- soiih-thlnx tlT.dlyli. and If woke
could kill I would lie dead."
m the witness staud lHctor Chase freety
admitted there li.id bren dlgerenceit be
tween his w-iftj and himself, but explained
tliat these er mostly lu to her violent
temper. At ore time tl.ey sciMRtted. but
there was a reconciliation alter about six
Itoih were Interested In astronomy. Poc
tor Chav said, and i!r. 'hae induced
one of her brothers to consult an astrolo
ger, it was an astrologer tvln drew up I tie
win wmen is now ueing lonirstcu.
Doctor Cliase. according to wttnsaea, ?n
ducr.l his wife to allow- him half her In
come, and hi spent nun h ttmo in tho stock
market, where he guM.'.l hN uctlons very
largely by the astrologers charts. It doe
i.ot appear that he was tery successful,
but be always attrttmttd his lo-s.-a to fall
ur to read correctly the chart furnished
by tbe ajtiologcr.
AT MOSCOW IS COMPLETE.
SPECIAt. BT CAIiLoi
Moscow. Jan. 1. tCopyrlfrht. 1st) All
rlshts reert,d. The collapse of the reve-Ititlii-i
her ! romtilte hml there la a
general lcehnit or rl'.cf. Moscow has re
sumed Its nornitl j?:.ect. This morning
the l-oat-iMBr, and Teierratih I'.cpartment
creation ef the retiring Commiwioner. anj uere working spor.ullcollr. and the rall-
The t.:ty .mt N br tli.
I One of th thlnas wn'eh Mr, Stn.th le-
.- ,i3iors oi me wi.;i... not tn vntravetltlon tf -oa- w taxeq tne ork tni-v.rtxl were valued at tt -.!. I rt'Kd when he wo. in Wahlugtnii on thl
stlttttlon. but In substantial circtmvetion of ' ""rr""W ""'' ''tetuZS;
etitutloti. The '-.ctiou of S.'tia:..rs bv dir-t vote , , M rt "r nv" rnll!,"n " ' In IS-1. ,.!oje. who had put in eight hours of work
'- ' -' IT Israelii, -nt primarv e!t.:,os, T? Hi! J" --"
legislator, formally :o e,,vt the senatorial cat.dMate r-an countr,.. iata cJ:,rc.s i" tS. I & S&S& "St&Si
tth' r.s-eives th greatest tote nt the primaries. . :in'' SltBTli",d ent tannda :rak.-s free works by I tl-os-; ganie.. but content-.! hlir."-lf with
Thus tju. conKut!onal function of the legislator is xo wh fuTn in .7. ' W? ""7 h" fl,fl Wnte of Sir. Sa-.tth'. r.-.nl.il-r.sluce,'
tn . U.r. f1P,.ti,r. ., ., . ..,. i . . J ,a 0'' ,-'--l"ns from the .le.re of Ji:, for the imtKjrtitlon of It-rtlnique wO"i
nsjucr,. to a Uire formality, but. n a publicist ol i .,r m.r: of nrain, to ptit sm- of their mon-y Into 'n into th., .Iinul rr,.c aro-e. from .. d!s
servps. nr trritfett law. to however great authorl'v I'-utes. t,r, a -utnt- tl..t acts -oin't u. and L'0,1 "f Jt.or jTogoon i. I'bairnan
It :.:a.v lay claim, can long withstand the determined 2,r ,l- "'' of ,he ntrie, , .,l!ch ,. work, f ?.. lfSMM- ,vv'n r ,v Wv
will of the -vsn.Xdman.ltag. Image. -Wlutttlme -" iS'IrrZJ'll
me StatUttr. aw rteasare.
canuot MK oat. It intetirets" and the Constitu-
iltn may 1. witUnit uadit" violence. intt-rtrote-l to, Hirrr Wck!y
Jctifr the aetnal slct!on of Senators by the l-co- j H' dlSerently do the r-opln of the ettth t.ike their
pSe. It may !e eff.-ctisl cons.l,..n:Iv with their j r,''''urcs!:i ,n a'1"!cal Ji.k Jutt lr-el ja iiadrW
formal election by the Legislature Tld- ..ror-n.'- ' !t " ;'tlrna!'v' 'hat ' !-Jr.e, the .spanUnls spend
,i- . .v , t. . , , , ,. , . r ' J nn:.ulty more than vVmi. r th.s sum s:tS.-An
t.V.n is the subject r a -cbo'arlr dl-qitlsit,',,,, ; f, arc ror c!car, msd cjrar,t ,,. ror totteo-,l'ck-
I-olltk-al S.Menc Quarterly by i 'corse. . Ilaynes. : - KJsio.osi for bull nht. r.Xio.r..) for 0iiJay- -nak-
la which he has traosl the prcrrs of a tnotementi '' w'vv" ,''' "I wine shop reckonin .
that durlag the fern thlry ,r has -tcadUt- maal-' lTty nTT.y''.?1 Vh! ri":J!' llrlnK :a
, . . ., . . l ltn'in t'av 'bat the nstlt- of that ;Uc are more
fested the tame spirit an.l aim-the dct. r-ilnatlon than ev-r dWuchlr th-n.elte. with bak.M -n.
iiiit. iiir i:aie oi wic t nueu iaic suail K made , '"i" ;,.c eay- --jai jcir tney spent on th
rt-rstnil5e to the people. vortt' ! nor. th-n th- co.t of two hetlWhi;.
"!ait c.ir they spent on their
In despair of Indcdcg the Senate to yield tolisa
I S.Jr. Acoarlir. to the wbolenalo 5alr9. .n3 tar-
ris s.-r concnse.i jn that period, and the demand ta
th? eWtuta of Senators by dltv-.n vote, recur. ha
lw; had to the optional but hitherto untried niethc-i
of propping ansj-ndatits: State legislatures hate
Utile sersa eei H.x Ref.rsa.
MIKK TIIK Si-ITTEKS
four arrest. fcr spitting on jt W-wsli.. of
St. Lu' are worth wtiite notlHn
f?..n im t- ..r. rtf ftc. .IL:v.
.. VM .x ... -., .- . 4.. ... . .....iiv a .ti. . i.,4. tw o;e run-.j i'i.ii-w- v. iciusung ta2 iiturs Te rtgc: way I for eaci: Senator a-v.' ier.n
uanre pssj la rrspenae t urgent ptiblle opinion aajerdnject. In oae form or a-tr. Mr. Waynes t-r.utiv- to Mi himsr pets.rjily reaonrtbl and
cr lcs. , reasonable fidelity to
ray to b expected. Tbe plan
rflWmmwi SrKntit k.iu l ...
There are more Important things than spIttScg racnlcate.1 to ggres :helr foraMi approval of :h- aad rhtMi-admos. Uut it te senator atd re -
oa sidewalks to Xw :pjsj hjr the bltte-oat for prtse.l change. Aosg this lie-, th'2. the writer sttutlve. of a:i parti, elm to raake a refutation that
example., the lawlesae of th anti:M cfui-; but It sngge.tthe movement has reached a jwlnt whrre- ira' a tl'Tit'- n:J f-ort wbleJi win e him
I serirfr Oeslblr that tbe ivlW Include the 1: U but the putting of tbev- rev,nu int a X" f"fk ' ,h ""' at Bio'
arrvtittg of splttera with their otfer aa! pressing t rcaaot fe a and the marahaling.of this scatterfsgl -
dgtlew. j fire cf aotathtaa into oae o&eeernsi. volley of tie-!
isurrs are saore laanortaat fntst th swaaklL tn evtLstimt. -t irnli. vbb.H tt-.-. raoitn. Pick.
let-g ae aa to,, fen catling ,a Coughs w --- . nrnlZSZ TJIZT STJS
to raf"C an nrdi . tier, for the eipn-s pur-- of iciti'atitig tha Itture Tie r'fc: way i for eaci: Sesatt-r ar-J Repre-
a s-ire .f otcths ag bat whleb has hitherto tfa ahews, th!rty-ae States, more than the two-third :ti'1 !o c !'JC"
a dead letter. I ntaf-rlty p.sfc-rthe,! by the Constltutiots. have -:tt- "ju- jVjCttcT'asd'g'ov'
ir.st I.s'partTio-iit. 'lw ir cf the work
ef brlnslr In nd d!polnr of eottmo-t
larorers. lie is in na-Hninsion. jcn
tuin the fuel. Iron him aa.1 cop.fr with
the Scre'.sry of W-r."
Althouch the remalndr of th forr
rnilnee and reports 1 Iv-n In the re
tort msde tq s-ejjktor lxigs to the Ken
ate. -tfcr Is t.othlnc as to tbl" confi-nce
witli Mr Smith. yhU-t-.. a. a matter of
fiu.t. t-ik p!.e. It r-garitid her by
li.quir:cg Sr.tot. as surprising that a
tau merit frcci the man st." hid io
charge of the 'mporttlon of laborers of
both fi did r.ct crcompany tho cor
rapor.dence to th i"naie. perticulsrly
when that cfJtcij! wa In Wah!.-.ctcn at
A P.r.utilc Want Ad will t.-utki a trad
' FINOS MAN HID IN CLOSET.
4aadfoint f aeahk taaa rratrmlRlac tbe itiabi t ttea eosns.hi eve isw ta hMsL That tbe. I inn.
dwt rrbater of tHa aud grr a ajs th ablewalks. week! offer bo otstractioa ere - rreeeOewt xakr , come East, yc
I "Hvere are 0 mare m.n Dai wosaen In laws. In
tie or it ur ty ana esner esseasassi awaonuaa.
roiintnan Arreats Tailor ia En
velope Concera'a rjtore.
fT.arles My i. IT yeara eld. who says
he is a tslior fr'-m Cincinnati, was srrt
et testerday noon br Patrotsnan Taoavaa
McOtmck of the Ctntra! Mirtct. while
fcidtr In a rt-wet on tbe third Kxit of the
Keevll Kntep i-japar-v" sure, No. ::'
Norh Paurth street, Meyers la In tte
tl!ovr Nothing w tnunrg.
My.-7 w et entersng th. place by
Kate Bro-sn-r. an employe, eso told Pt-
U man McCr.I fk that Mey wse
waa detailed to secure evldinc; agaSitat
Commissioner Bingham alio accepted
th resignation of First Deputy Commis
sioner McAvoy to take: effect Immediately,
and when be found that tlie resignation of
Second Deputy Ffcrril. in chargv of the
Brooklyn division of the force, had not
been filed, sent a note to him '-ui.indln
hi resignation forthwith. This lave.s the
Commissioner free to appoint three new
deputies, there having b;n on vacancv
uot fUlctl by Mr. McAdou after the dath
of Third Deputy IJrclley.
TSic "slioo-flv" wiuad wes firt tt Into
existent! .y Throd'.r Iloosovelt. when he
was Police Comml"toner. but wve abol
lsiied bv Chief liev-ry and retitcd by
HOUSTON GROGSHOP KEEPERS
Use Sstlawsj, Nads Faaa.aa by natehwt
KaJa, Dmi tataa-oaie Baaiaesa
AsaM ta N ree-kas.
lloui.ton. Tex.. Jan. I Hundreds of dol
lars were taken in to-day utr.M the wreck
a;ce of the saloon demolished by Ct.rrt.
Nation last night The. rer,pts were the
Iaraest of any d.iy tn Its history and it Is
on. of tbe oldest In the city.
Mrs. Nation Is pursuing her crusade and
to-day made assaults on other saloons. She
was expelled In.m one by phsical fuse-.
two bartenders poslnn as bouncers.
At another a d'jor ns slaraml to on
her and lock-d. Her sklrti wr- cauht aa
the door went to and ft- was falnd.
For k rono-dtrnble tim' she ran held a
prisoner, tt.e rron within rfuslna to
oen. tTe; wieldnl her l.&t bet" tn furious
rn. A thousand ci:lsrr. looked on and
At k inig rtore known as tt 'ladies'
;Ioon" she w.i forcibly restrain.! from
d-raollsding fixtures and furnlhinr. Out
sid the deli-.erei u :athins pc)l
An lV'c-tl Bishop, who n-i-end to
pars, was setelely arrlgrxd lcaus h
t, taioKlnr a elf ar.
51. i.ireui.cr. er.e le in iiou:on to
"burst tp the l.ell h's." arid tttt If the
polios wlil let l.er aloie eh will do it At
an off.'lal conference to-day It a pro
posed to arrt and try h.r on insanity,
and this may follow.
A temaeranve revolution Is on. anJ Mrs.
Nation baa hundreds of friends her, al
though tbe la none who will join U. her
ws ate gradually resuming traffic
VISITORS AT ST. LOUIS HOTELS
- f Patterson of t-trMt I t tn Plantsra.
K- A. tiani.t of itilnsu ta at tL New St.
William NItitlrs: ? Nw Turk la a sweat
at th. JtRerson.
N. It. n. ti-r of To:. Is inmt the
win at th. Itcledv
Mr. an.1 11 l. n. Browning bare aaart-sn-r.t.
at tL. SoitMriu
- J. S a apcn-r t Point rtssant. W. Va
r rooms at th Piasters.
li H. MtloiucMln. of I'rotK.nc. K. L. la
quirl'red .1 tr. tuuiTseca.
Sir. n-J Mre. n. II. Alt-:, of lUlwaukee,
haw atiartmuits at V-.n Jg.roii.
II. A Kantcstoti t.C Ibotm ioid ". 31. Klc
af pitUfcura li. aut.ts at ttt. Jffrs .
Mr. and Mrs I. M. Ktr.r. r Oilcaco. said a
N.w T.ar. tlIt tu at Ik.i rt.rdBy aao
rtstid at th. swuih.m.
A. A. lseur. futmrrly 6eT"err eT Stat
of atl.sau'1. and no. reatfliw tn Antler. 1. T .
vs. a, vi'-tior tn Ht. I.ui f-ittiUy. aad ts
Utrrrd at th. lovJede
At lark al.teta.,
REPTBIJC Bl'IX-t A L.
New Tor. Jan. t.-Among th axrhrala
at the hotle her tio-day were the follow
irg from Missouri:
St I)ut- Mli if Cut. 5k Carey aad Mrs.
Caiey. ilofTm.n. I" los. Ilot'snd. W. Slow.
Itersld s.ai. C It. Iia'il In-J-rlaJi T. B.
Maitb)-. ui.nxie aj i. i.qli-ivii. ut
U Itsle 4nl Jlr. Le-l'. iCMm. i
Hark, betrxler.. Mm
'04b'.. Crna J if, UoUoaon. MsrltaraufB
I. MAck arurrar lliii. It lPwC. Vrt
rails Bwasl la riawalae.
aan At.toalo. Tax.. Jan. L WIJI. stand
lea In front of an pe n Sra place thl
matrang tr.A reoetrtr.a New Tear's rret
tnaa f aa Uat family. Morris B- Ple.son.
turetted forward dei-1. Heart fallur- was
the cause. His wire and atx children were
ta tae r m ax tke tlsoe.
arcwifng around en tb tfctrd roor Whe- as a w-i
lle"ci ck lnvetiat.d he foetid Meyers matter t
la a closet- A partition bad " broken tae tas"1
.- - rorrtdor aa ttv. third lino and case a
e fttace la that way Tbe aeo
IMea awaf asaa. Taaaaa are d a '
Jaa t swiatl H ted. riarmasil lalam tatiea or
as. was ftsQrsl ar aa I1M- ta tae taaersM a task e
Thla work, aaw omus of preaarauaa
as, Tn. KepvAHe. wUl aim top.-Sec,;;
arf. sucrisct aad yet eompKte Biaa
r. autbsatlc Ufa-sketches of ad the tead-i-i
a.r. of tbe arpoa of tb. treat
jwuthst m are now living.
These aktcaes will la r.i case partake
of tse nature of oologies er pugs, but will
b. pialav staae etatesaenta of fact. coa&-t-rWwg
uy such data as wta h f tD.
iral !B'.e-t aad make the book of ..iu.
rs oi nioni.T. .-.oi a ime or rraia
er d; fc.-gf1r.tal ia tb vohime.-r?
la'rnr e personal data, win m aw
a. caattaaeBt csoa a 4T3teTintiin.
Tb. aaofc wMl as sow atoHy uaon u m-
acw im sr aaa ceea aaew
Karoo. Cle 1 JI. Jttair. . M Barnea, W.
tlananerslousl.. Waiilrstua. f tV tana. IX P
Pattn. liiM'ltrar Cantil. J. II. aioctaaue.
t Ic'.or. j
St. Jjetth-C. rarieU and Stxa aarltfi. Bs-
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO I
! TO-DAY IN ST. LOUIS.
XKrom The Ktpt.bl!',- of Jnn. 2. IA
Poiicenien King and Warren
I rounded up a crowd .f yr.urg mea
iaj who were urotracting tli ceiebna-
1$ tlon of New I'sar'a by d.scharatna:
r.vcUers. Tlie w--3jr.i ua
to lave been stolen atud lbs party
was locked up. .
S captain Le. of the Central Bta-
tlon had to arrest an entire family
a In his district after one member or e
the household was stabld.
The Ladles' lnd league bebt a
nu.itrr !m ltl larv CalUhaa
presldtnir. P. H. Tansy addressea A
th body. It.ports of a veral con 4k
tributlona for- th cause
Doetor Abr.er "oodworth of tba-A
North "iw runs n. "V TIT
i worth, secretary t-f the Tesaa iMttt m
ami ImtnlsratJOo v:iiany. we
4 aupaoassl to be Included . among
A behrs to tr.e valuable Jer.olaga ea
Ja aa f s-nad.l
Teletrama rrom r.asmngion roaw m
.f tn marrlea factions In tbe Calk- e
A Met. tte Clain party blag beta re-
sconatcM ror in. iruuon. r
f General i-.rtntn0nt Oilver of
th Cnieago acd Northw-etera an-
imuiiMi ni resianaiiun. v
Nuuerinterdent H. C. Pisber ef
, tb iwu'.Stm Express Corepanr
talked of th South as a trait-
, growing center arxi mad arrange
mntt to supply special servio
alonsr tb Itouthern road.
i At a meeting of directors of ta da -,
a amalDMl -ltl:
eel Ceatral troia ta-day. H. was deaf
aad t ast kear tka traia.
t. Vtacent'a (lermaa Catbolfe Or- 4
i ahanr bo waoams run
cao n aa preeioeni. -3. B. awi
as vice trestaent. jvuaa an
aa-retary. Btemnoorei as
a act secretary. Titeaaas
as taauesf sag Igaats
as Isari st Hi. klassl a. saas
mrz rs . .. r. . - ..