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PAIR PLAY SUPPLY WEXT, Genevieve, Mo., Saturday, November 2, 1912.
TO THE CONSTITUTION
First CeBstitiitiou&l Amendment.
Giving tbo General Assembly option
pvrver to provide for estahlishinir
and Maintaininc free public schools
for all person between five (") and
-3uc (C) years of age and over twenty
(2J) years of ae.
Jotat and concurrent resolution submitt
ing; to the voters of the state of Missouri an
lmWdment unction 1 f article XI. of the
Constitution or Missouri, relating to educa
tion. Be U resolved by tbe Senate, the House of
RereenUtive concurring tberrln: -W1 C!
That at the con era! election to be held In X - ' O
this state on the Tuesday nest following the
UrstMondayin Noveralier. ISli. there shall
be submitted tome nuaiiiieu imm -
Kourl tor adoption r rejection the following
-constitutional amendment, to-wlt:
That section 1 of article XI of the Consti
tutlonof the tate or Missouri be an.l the
aame Is hereby amended, by adding tosaid
section th following words, to-wlt: "ami
may establish ami maintain rree public
schools for tbe gratuitous Instruction of all
person In tills state between Are ami six
year of aire, ami m er twenty yearn of ace."
o that aald section when so amended shall
Section I. A general diffusion of know
ledge and Intelligence being essential to the
preservation of the rights and liberties of
the people, the general assembly sbal. es
tablish and maintain free public schools for
the uratultoas Instruction of all persons In
this state between the aces of six and
twenty years and may establish and main
tain f-ee public schools for the gratuitous
Instruction of all persons In this state be-
T-een five and six years of ace and over
twenty years of ace."
Second Constitutional Amendment.
Providing for an increae of the
limit of indebtedness that the enmity
of St Louis" may incur for the pur
pose of constructing sewers', or for
purchasing orconr.tructinjr watertvniks.
Joint and concurrent resolution submitt
ing to tbe qusllfiod voter of the state of
Missouri an amendment to the Constitution
"thereof autnriing an Increase of indebted
ness in the county of St. Lonis for the pur
pose of constructing severs, or for the pur
pose cf purchasing or constructing water
work. Belt resolved by the Senate, the House of
RepresenUtives concurring therein, as
At the general election to be held on the
Tuesday next following the first Monday In
November. A. I). I9I2. an amendment to the
Constitution of Missouri shall be submitted
to the qualllled voters of the state la the
following words: ....
The county of St. Louin with the assent of
"two-thirds of the voters of the county vtinc
at an election to be held for that pe pose,
may be allowed to liecome indelite 1 m a
larger amount thin Is specified and 1. uited
la section twelve (12) of article ten : of
the Constitution of this stale, not exrelin;
an additional five i5) per centum i tbo
ralne of the taxable property within the
countv for the purpose of constructing dis
trict sewers In districts within such -Kunt-les.
which dls-ricts s)all be laid out b" the
county court on petition of two-thirds of the
wners of real property within any such
timnn.nl sewer tlistrict anil which real
property wltbln the district shall be subject
to an aonuil special tax levy in proixtrtnm
to area of lots and tracts, for the X'Unmse of
paylncthe interest on snch district sewer
Indebtedness each sir months, and also saf
Ucient to pay the principal of such Indebted
ness lor that district within ten '10) years
from the time of contracting the same, all
to done In ie manner to be provided by
Jaw: or for the purpose of purchssinc or
onstructlnc waterworks for the eouaty
-whlch shall be made use of by tbecour.ty for
xumishinc water and protection acainst
fires to cities, towns, ompanles and others,
under proper contracts, reculatlons and
rates, and under appropriate management,
to be approved bv the county court or by
commissioner, of water wrl3.as mny bo
pruv ded by lirv. r3V'Kn. that ntn' such
eountr Incurrlni; any such water-r...-ks jn
.lebtedness 'vi.n tbo assciit of the vi-tcrsns
aforesaid, slull Invc fce anwur to n .vb!e,
and at the ialns .f sji-b indceie lai s
aball contract M er-ivble and coll T i n
nul tax. In ad I'tbn t' the otfcer taes -
Tided for by OmMitotlon. IHeient to
pav any Intel's' fatUnir due on r w" uater--works
indebtedness that cannot p .M
irom the net earnluc. ami Income of such
wmty waterw-Tks, and throald '-orU
indebtedness rrlie.3 inourrd and l I f-r
;purehTinc tr constructing wierr o:!:s In
-and fir said count v. shall be a s 1 !-'l
od a lien upon the 3ld ayste-n .' iter
"ork and "raterw'ir'ts property. .'tit I: 'eiit
aind lien mar b-enforced by pro"e- s ilt in
any court of compe.eit jurlsdlct o bet Hie
countv shall haft the power :n umIJc,
and at the IsKiiIajr of snch in -e!. excess
hall c infract to provide anil col'e fun
the tna'urlty of sach waterworks Indobtcd
3ess, in addition to the other taxes provided
for by the Constitution, an annual tnx sufne
Jent to par w:thin twenty rests from the
-date of and maturity of s.ld indebtedness,
all of the unpaid principal of such water
works indebtedness reaiaininc after enfore
"Inctbe debt and lien ncainst tbe said county
"waterworks system and waterworks prop--ertr
aer prorlsln in tbe stare Constitu
tion to the contrary notwltbst tadinc.
Third Constitutional Amendment.
Increasing the limit of tax Tate that
Hiay be levied for municipal purposes
Oy cities and towns of more lhnn one
thousand (1,000) inhabitants and less
than thirty thousand (30,000) inhabit
ants. Joint and concurrent resolution submlttinc
to the qualified voters of Missouri an amend
ment to section II. article 10, of the Consti
tution thereof concerning taxation.
Be It resolved by the Senate, the House or
Representatives concurring therein:
Fourth Constitutional Aiik'iiiI lent.
lieiiiirintr complete compliance with
naturalization Jaw by persons of for
eign birth as a qualification for votliitr.
Joint and otnciirrent re.-lulln iri.Minc
far llti rrea! r section - of stlieie s , tl-e
Conoliiiilt'iii I tue suie or Mi"-ori. i-minj;
fb suffntir' and elrrtiitn. an I lb etta3toinil ol
a nu Mviin lo lien iliermf, i Ih kmrnn as
s--4tii(i. if article fi.
lie It re.-Hl by llle Gentle Hie IIm-e r.l Ji, i
rrsetitatlveHcoticuiriii iltrteiii. lolbinM:
lint st the eii-rsl eliTtloi'l In lie iM in th-
stitcrin tb,lit Inei-Uy alter (he Hr.i .Mmlay
riiiite.1 ir aiiopiMin to me
the late the li.lhm Jn;r coiililHtbnal stMtnl
nieii, t. uit:
'I bat wtiiir ariicles.if the C .stltntion
of tile "tnle t MU.ellli lie nlil Ike suite 4
lierebr re;K-.lil anil llle i.-ll -W Ilia Miv i-it-tiril
emu-led I- lira tlieris.l. ! !e Lliuuu as mi-IIoii
n Nitnibr, ,.1. liill. then- -hall ie "''' "7'Tp C
nlite.1 f.ir aluitiiii to the iiiiliilr,l V"li-rs of X J IrO
"r-cTi'N2 K'ry m1r rillfii of tht- Unit.
Slal-, nil-r'cr mult rrMin if liris;n With
U' (luvfj Ihmih a vitizcn if (he Unltisl
SijiKm iiciHir tinp t Itw 1i eHiiilyiifr tU nil
of ih Uwiiof iia(ntulfzilli in rt-Iatinri Ihtr-
Hi4e4Htiis Ilin rUovvjti .jMHtitlcatinii. t lit 1 1 be
riillllfil i vote nt.nlt l-i'..ioH hy the
tirr-t- III i-It nil tvMpil ill till ta!t
unt Mr irituliniIy troIiii the cltvtion
ni rhirli lie ofJrn t vie
Stfiti.. Hi Mi.ill Imtf rr-rtk'l in lhiinly.
rlly r t'nrti whtrt tiill ofT-r l vm( at
l-nt flxty il.-tja luintimtely irt-rlliitf llie
Fifth ('(iiistititlioiial AniemlintMit.
Empowering tin' General Asseniblj
to provide hy law for the ngitmtiou
of voters in St. Loni4 county or any
other county of fifty thousn nl tTD,000)
inhabitants or more mljoiiiini: :i city
with three Imtulred thouvuid (31)0.000)
inhabitant or more.
Jt ti ml otiiritrrenl r-"lutln tilmiitilns Hi b"1
. thfquii.tiitl toirm t ih tJl M.-tnri
Vi'llw l-r im ni-tmlf ti ! nil voit-r ittnll
oniitM- linrtiiCd jMiiti r lilt llfMi-niMl
iitlt'i1.UHia!s r tin. 1 1 nxI which ittjnti arliv
hit in; a Kiil4li -tt tt ihr.-t httu'lrcil lli'divnul
iiihuhilatitu i ni'.r
!: It rf4m1 1. ili- IInii' ..r UrprofntatKe,
fnilt v n'fiiri h.tf lliriciu:
'llmtat ih-a,.(r-il r-V-ti.Mi i i.f hhl in tl.e
tl.i Ihf l :tt ..1ltwiis th" llrft
M Nv in N.'-ml-T, th f-MttWinj;
HlllflMlllM-t.l l tMf tuf'-u ! (h- elHl'
Mi-Miiti -ii4H I -ti:itl iw-t ;h fjiMlinel
V.lT-'tf Ihf "l-. .m(.
-fftitMi I. T Jit lf tit-nit fiMil.U inav
ir.n I. If, hv in-r lr r.. tiTi-rat( all
t .it .r- fit n'l iitti- hi i nc a Hfii tlhn rf
till i ilmu-atHl inlt.iUliani-j ,r ium' '! thlrh
nljliiii h ritv h-i nir n io(iul-litn -r ihree
litiiHlntl li'tiM-il lh iliitniil r inr.
Proposed by Initiative Petition.
Sixth Constitutional Amendment
Providinir fur riiin all revenue by
taxe-i on hn I. inliTitatic.es and frau-
fhis, f r pn'ilii- ..rviiv utilities; ex-
cmptiiiir from taxation all personal
propel tv .-11111 iiiiprovvinciit on land;
aliuli!ii:i p. ill taxes and occupation
lases for ifVciiue purposes; aoolish-
inir tin- coli-litiiuunal liniitiiUun upon
;he rail-.-. if taxation fortate, i-oiiiity.
-i-Iiiml ami iiiunicipal mrpuM'- and
providing that tile lav tcillatin
tin- maiiur'acttliv and sale of intnxicat-
ttor liquors shall rciuaiti unaffected
llel i'l y. r r
I'roio-I aliii-iiilm - I In i'ti'lilSe p-tli.n,
tljet... :t miu'i ' I M1-.1 in! -nt.iiii l"i , ir t
Ih - b-al' I....M- .! lit- - ai ! tll'f. tin l-.r
-4eir ji fir..kst .r rjNiliu. l :se iz.tiersl
lei;... t 1 b !! h lli- lne-.'aj li ! Iw
llU ill II.-.l l hi 11 S neaillT. A l. I!U,
i ui-ii. iew iM.ttoi. ri'Isli; iM rerenii mimI
r.e it ensrle.1 bj Hie .cde i f Ih- of
S-eli.. 1 l! j.l" p I'll W fcill-j -el le l.i
stluii -!i 11 ti - .-I ,1.-111 -t l.i pit "-." f I fiitn
and for c-elllilliu lloili laXMtiiiii, a. illiv.:
(,i.ass Onk shall iucln-le all jieis'inul prepor.
tv. Ail ImmhIs and putdlc securities of the
.Itite snd of the lMililii-ul ,ub IUm..u nnd luilnl-
cipililies llieieuf. niw or lirreafler is-ued,
-.hnU le exem-jt Ip'in all tes. slate and local.
tnim ami after ilir adontioii of this ainrnd-
ineiil; and all other le-rs'insl lirnierlr slisll lie
e-ceini Inim sit is.i-s st.te swd locsl. In the Li1
rear I'JII and tlierearter: I'RnriDi-p, thHlnoth- JL JUIKJ
Inz in this amendment shall be construed as
limitinj; or denying the power of the fctate to
tax any form or franchise, prlvilrce orlnberl.
Class Two shall inclnde all Imnroremtnts In
or on lamU. except improvements in or on
lands now exempt from taxation by law. In
the Tear 1014 and I'J15. all nroiertvin class two
shall lie exempt from all taxes, state and local.
In ihe extent of one-fourth ol the assessed value
ofsnch proi-eit ; in the jesis lldfi and 11117, to
iii extent ol two iiiiriu; in tue ejrs iHiriaml
lUlllin the extent ol tlircc-louilh, and in the
year I MO and thereafter all pronertv In clats
two t-liull be cxenipt Inuu all taxes, state and
icil 1'R-inxti. itowcvKK. Ibat in the vear
1911 ainviicrertier. tbe imprnienients to Ihe
extent W f1.ti.ll in a.sesel lalue on the
owejJCad oferery householder, or head of a
shall be exciinit from all taxes, state
I'r ij. i ' l ltuM.'i:ur Pel" i. hi.
Eighth Contiiutioiial Ametulmeiit.
I'eovidinp; that trrand juries in inve-.-ticatiu-;
elections, may opt-n ballot
boxes compel the production of re-i;i-tnitioti
lists, votinjr lists and tally
llets; providing for trial on indictment-
returned in Mich inviti!;ations:
pre-eriliinsr the nianiicr of selectintr
Mild Ihe qitalirti'atioii of flection ofli-cial-:
ri-qmrin-r pnlici'inen to be
stationed in and near pulling ilitces in
certain cities and pre.-eribiiit; "the man
ner nt votitijr therein.
l'roTiocd niiniltnetir fi, the r.n.rltri.
Hon of Ml-soiiri. to be sulmiltted to the leiral
voiers laereoi. inr tneir ap:rorai or rejec
tion, a: the rcruljr i;enrai election to be
held on TnoiUy. the mth day oi November.
A. D. l'Jli, and eiupiiwerini; irr.mil luries to
investiKJte in"enes coinmfttcil in elections,
to return Indictments thereon, and -irorid-
lunfor the trial upon such indictments in
the courts:alo proUdlm; for Ihe manner of
conducting election., the duties of otlleerH
and voters with reference thereto, and the.
qualifications and selection of Judges and
clerks of election throuchoiit the state and
In cities of "ft.ouu Inhabitants or more.
Section 1. The ballot shall remain -.-
cret In Missouri, but here crime has been
commuted In any election secrecy shall
yield toju-tlce, and no impediment shall bo
Placet in tne way of the detection, prosecu
tion and conviction of the cuilty. The in-vestl-ratlon
of all elections in which it Is
soui;bt to open bjllot hose-" In search of
crime shall be eond-jcti-il bv a srand Jurj
composed of competent, ititelliirent ein ens.
of blub mora! character, buch irrand iurr
shall have power to compel the production
of re-.'lstrtion lists, votinir lists, tally sheets,
anil all documentari eridenee of every kind;
also to compel the .i...iu.ii,,n f ballot
boxes, to open the same and examine the.
ballots, also to subpoena witnesses anil take
their te-tlm nv: :i!s.iih cmnpare any part of
the erldenc u oral, written or printed with
any other part of the evidence. Voters maj
state under oath wh it their ballots were as,
voted. The jury, crand orpetit.shall decide
under the law and all the facts whether or
not ballots have been willfully and knowlnc
ly tampered with, or chanced, or misread, or
falsely counted, or false ballots placed in
their stead. Upon any indictment returned
a speedy public trial shall be had, and the
ballot" and documentary an ! oral eridenee
considered by the Kraud jury, anil otber
competent evident- , may be Introduced In
the trial under the rulcsof the law. , Kr--n.d
jury, for tbe investigation or elections as
above provided, sh-ill . called in each
county and la any city with a jrovernmunt
Independent of the county, by the several
jud.-cs throurll'lUt the stale emuoivereil l.v
liwtocallKi-aml juries, within thirty days
after each ceneral election, or if a judicial
circuit or district is composed of several
counties, then at Ihe next term of the court
thereafter. Huch crand jury shall take the
place of a regular annual Krand jury, now
provided for by law to invesll-jate elections
and for other purposes, and when convened
shall pos.-e.ss all the powers as to investii;a
tions and the Indictment of offenders for
felonies and misdemeanors possessed by a J l.Cj
regular Krand Jury. It is hereby made the JL-CjO
imperative duty of the jud-o of the co art to
specifically chariie such j-.-aml jury to
inve.stI-.-ate the precediiis scleral election,
or he may chaw them, to iuvestisate of
fenders in other elections not barred under
tbe taw by limitation.
Section II. Competent persons who re
ceive, the protection of tue law shall owe it
to tbo sute to act as election ofllcials, and
individuals ol tbe very h.'h'htMt moral char
acter to ba found shall be selected. Neither
yoierty. nor wealth, nor i.ia;;iillinl j u busi
ness, nor professional callings however ex
alted, ahall excuse tbe citizens unless seri
ous Injury voald rosuU, but druggist and
physiclaus may be excused if Ihey demand
it. Ali judges and clerk of elections In
Citiea ubutt-25,0u0 iub'lbit.nits h..ll h,.l.l
their offices fjr a s;iecled te.-m, and shall
be examined tb.orou.rhIv as t.i thir .,i.-.iui-
cations. Any election commissioner or
other oillcer charged with the se!..i.ti,.n nr
election offlcials who shall fall to mako
diligent search for men of ,,-,,0,1 character,
or who shall wlllf ullr pass be mo., r ...i
character and knowindy select persons of
bad reputation as election olHcials, shall be
deemed cullty of a milvniU9r.l, i
cities of 25.000 Inhabitants or mnr tn--
petent ludires and one comnnrenr eiort-
nicn moral character shall be rhin
each precinct from the citv at lnrire. nm!
who do not reside in the precinct for which
tney are chosen. These, with the two imieas
and one "clerk chosen from the .,,.i.
shall constitute the jude.es ,Snd clerks for
such precinct, and all JuCkos and clerks
shall be equally divided Ir each precinct
between the two political Xinlos h.,i,.
tbe largest number Of Vnf H 'Athfl tit it na
snnwn oy the last eeneilun
every precinct in such 4ikkkkkkkkmh.,it
stationed two pollcei
For Prc-sidential Electors:
KltANK II. FAIUIIS.
At Large: -WILLIAM
NEWLAND 1L I'ETTINGILL.
KOliEUT W. REA.
ARTHUR L CARTER.
JOHN LAMAR, JR.
GEORGE M. ilOORE.
JOHN H. UOOGHER.
JOHN PATRICK COLLINS.
JERRY B. BURKS.
CHARLES E. REID.
STEPHEN II. CLAYCOMB.
JOHN W. THRRILL.
ELLIOTT W. 1IAJOR.
WILLIAM R. PAINTER.
For Secretary of State:
For State Auditor:
JOHN P. GORDON.
For State Treasurer:
EDWIN P. DEAL.
JOHN T. BARKER.
For Railroad and Warehouse Coram!-'
JAMES T. BRADSHAW.
For Judge Supreme Court, -Division
HENRY W. BOND.
For Judces Supreme Court, Division
(Two to b elected)
CHARLES B. FARIS.
ROBERT F. WALKER.
For JudKe St. Lou's Court of Appeals;
WILLIAM 1L ALLEN.
tor Iteui-.riilHln.. ii. L.lli sa.
Patrick h. cokf.man.
For Judge County Court, First District
IIE.VILY A. UUCK
For JuiRe County Court. Second District
G. A TIIURJIAN
For l'roseciilhis Atlornev
.'i;3UCA TICKET PROfflBITION TICKET
, For l-i..sidenital Electors: For Proaidcattai Eiectora:
- Al Ii'XhRY E. PATTON. At Larce:
At oitTH T. GENTRY. At S. MAN LEY.
1st Disuict: . . , 1st District: "
Cll-:LL.S J. HRLM"- w. 11. DULANEY.
, 2nd l.ta.nct: 2nd Distdct:
A1.1HUl.t-.HNlv. FR.VNK K. SHEW.VLTER.
2rd Lis.rlct: . I 3rd District:
At.ritl.U J. ALTIIOUisL- j o. F. DOUGHERTY.
i.h Disuiet: ,,,.- 4th District:
"'- ClL. l.. ( M. C. FIN LEY.
5th District: , , Bth District:
11. ROI.I.1.1 LNNia. , JOSEPH S. DAVIS.
'S mp.mhil. 6th District:
R11.HA..D H. MLKRILL. JOHN M. VAUGHAN.
nh Urr!uis 11 rmi-ov 7th District:
filOMAb 11. lilULO.N. j JUTCHELL.
Mb District: 8th District: .
WILLIAM t. QUIC-LLi. WALTER MILLER.
Uth 1'rlci: ,.,., Sth District:
M. II. U. HLATH. u s GAGE.
13l'.i DUilrlit: 10th District:
Lot lb 1 . ALOL. K joots.
11,t.1-1,.H'1ri,'5t:ii iirnPMPVFP lltli Dl-Krict:
HILUAM II. RLDLML 1 LI JOHN F. MASON.
12th Dtrict: 12th District: ;:
JOHN J. IVllt. w B paljioRE.
13th District: 13th District:
ROOh.1, . uAl. JAMES P. WARD.
14th ..'nvfXcj 1 mtOWV 14th District:
1HO.MAS J. BROWN. THOS. B. TURNBAUGH.
15th DLstrict: 15th District-
ANTHONY GIUIARTIN. 15th "Strict. C(JNRAD
"ti. Dl-slrtct: 16th District:
JOU.s t. LHU11LIL s s HARDIN.
For Governor: r For Governor-
JOHN C. McKlNLEi. CHARLES E. STOICE3.
For Lieutenant-Governor: For Lieutenant-Governor:
HIRAM LLOID. JUIJUS C HUGHES.
For Secretary of State: For Secretary of Statu:
JAMLb J. Alt OltD. WH. H. OUENTIIEIt.
For State Auditor: For State Auditor
WILLIAM J. MAUTIIE. ORLANDO V. WAGER.
For State Treasurer: For State Treaeurer:
DA-MEL H. HOEFER. LEONARD R. WOODS.
For Attorney-General: For Attorney-General:
JAMES H. MASON. RICHARD IS. WILCOX.
For Railroad and Warehouse Cornells- For Railroad and Warehouso Commls-
EDWARD G. MARSH. 8 JOHN W. NELSON.
For Judge Supreme Court. Division For Judge Supremo Court. Division
STEPHEN S. BROWN. 1GB js. ROWLING.
For Judges Supreme Court, Division " For Judges Supremo Court. Division
ISO. I wo. x0 TWO"
C" JOHNICENNVsif- ELBRIDGE H. BENHAM.
'T1Elhfia: For Judge St. Louis Court of Appeals:
For i:eprei-..i-,e in Congress. For Representative In Congress.
131,1 I'l'tricl J;ull ,.i,ict
SIMON G. NIPPER.
for Representative. For Representative
VTM. RUSSELL WILDER.
For Judge Connty Court, lirst District For Judge County Court. First District
F. ANTON WEILER.
Forjudge County Coart, Second District Forjudge Couuty Court, Second District
For Prosecuting Attorney. For Prosecuting Attorney.
For pTUclal EiMtora:
FltANClB D. ATKINS.
J. U. HELM.
For Prealdanttal Else tors:
K. D. MOIUUSON.
UEOi.OE C TOLSON.
A. C. WARD.
JOHN D. TiL'SiSELL.
W. 11. HEltTEL.
BENNETT V. LEMON.
GUMTAVE J. ECKHOFF
GEORQE W. JONE3.
R. E. TE3REAU.
JOHN W. SPRINKLE.
H. iL FXUTY.
RICHARD GEO. HOTIIAM.
For Secretary of State:
ERNEST THEODORE BEHRENS.
For State Auditor:
For State Treasurer:
W. W. MCALLISTER.
For Attorney-General: '
WALTER S: BUNDY.
For Railroad and Warchousa Commis
sioner: FRANK P. CHARE.
For Judge Suprema Court, Division
JULIAN A. FOX.
For Judge Supremo Court, Division
(Two to be elected.)
For Judge St. Louis Court of Appeals:
For Representative in Congress.
GEORGE VV O'UAM
for Judge County Court, First District
HN L. BRANDT.
BENJAMIN F. JONES.
HENRY F. MEIER.
JAMES a HOWE.
FRANCIS B. PURDIE.
CHARLES E. RADER.
CHARLES IL HA8KELL.
GEORGE T. LEE.
FREDERICK W. BROCKMAX.
13th District: "
DAVID J. DOUGHTY.
WILLIAM A. HOLCOMB.
DAVID Ii. MORRISON.
JAMES E. FULKERSON.
SOCIiUST LiBOI TICKET
ALBERT D. NORTONL
JAMES M.- BURItUS.
For Secretary of State:
FREDERICK W. N1EDERMEYER.
For SUte Auditor:
JAMES A. G. REYNOLDS.
For State Treasurer:
. For .Atjwney-General:
.-Vlliuun .U. Ill
For Railroad and Warehouse Commis
sioner: JOHN W. McCOY.
For Judiro Supreme Court, Division
RICHARD JL DALTON.
For Judged Suprema Court. Division
(Two to be elected)
FORD W. THOMPSON.
FRANK L. O. Ar.THAUn.
For Judge SL Louts Court of Appeal:
PAUL V. JANI3.
For T?epreentnlve In Congress.
Forjudge County Court, First District
Forjudge County Court. Second DLjfrlct
For Prosecuting Attorney.
JTor Fres Idea till ZUctors:
'XX Largs: -
: J. W. MOLTNEUX,
For Secretary of State:
For State Auditor:
JOHN W. NEUMANN.
For Stata Treasurer:
OTTO J. 8CHWITZGEBEL.
GEORGE HENRY BLOEBATJM.
For Railroad and warabouae Costnni
For Judgo Suprema Court, DtTislcr
X. B. SKAGGS.
For Judges Supreme Court, Dtvisloa
(Two to be elected.)
For Judga St- Louta Court of Appeals!
For Representative in Congress.
Forjudge County Court. First District
Forjudge County mirt. Second District
For Prosecutinc Attorney.
That at the General