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33 ii ! ' i. t K V V INTERSTATE TEXAS RATES PROMULGATED Notices Sent to the Chairman or the Southv eMem Fiei'-iht Coinniiltee. MANY ARTICLES AFFECTED. Promt inj: Srstcni KeestnblUhed I.ivi Stork Shipments Cana dian Pacific Ajiwei Kailroad News. The f.l lowing changes In interstate Texas ' v- hiM? he-n promulgated to become ct- fc. tie upon dates named, in accordance vm'U Individual notices filed with the thair nat f ti ,. Southwestern Freight Comimt e. . " f "ve February I. ISflO. rate from Day - .th Bend. Detroit. Cleveland and I 'st':ri, territories to Texas points will i.e i 1 -hed on the lowest combination of r t li-lud rites, with the privilege of equ il-ii- s i rough all BalMUys; provibd. th tt r .- 1-nm lnti Trn !!3te points mil not 1 ..ft- ted hy sueh equalization: It Ising U'i der-Ku- that the ha rntan shall ie r m, 1 r-otifl 1 of c-omhinatios s of t '' ' i" rates, bisin; on points oth r than tho-e whkh i nes arc turned m iir.ii' o- of arbitration, series Ii. in order th i -'i 1' . onibin.uions may he promulgated for !' i f. rmaticn of interested lines. Fffcitive January 21. IS"', the torn in tii of agricultural lnipl. meats, v.!., i and furniture will l'e eliintn.itel :m.v '. e xcepttons mention d in rule No. s V. rn elas'siOeati-in. No. 30, which it'- ' refete-ne-e to rates on excess or le -- ' earlo.ids. I.-Tectlve January IS. 1!. rate of . I"T 1" iound? a ill art'ly on cew,t i carloads, frcm St Leiuis and Kii-.is Mo . to City of Mexico. Effective Januiry II. 19l the n-i'im " rharge, for ar single shipment. w II I' first-class rate f .r ! poonds. . - that on shipments of returnel eni v rler. th nrni:.i un charge will t. i . pounds at th class lo which the -liq ai belongs Effei tive Januiry Zl. K" lumber ra'--'Mil in 1" c-i gram doors, in the ro'igh. an . on -hjpments of agricultural imp!, tivnt- an i r'.us. roucn siweci. not turn.: tu I-h.d. from Texas and Louisiana points to i' er-tate po.nt-- i.'T.ttivc January 31. ini. all commodity r t. on sweat pads. leetween points ea-t of Mi.-l"ippi Itiver crrssn; and T-xa-point, will le canceled, and rate?, provided In the straight V. -ten' classification will le applied In lieu thereof Elective January 31. 19 following rates will applv on wrapping paper, carload". from t-ugarland. T-x . to Kansas City. Mo . St Joseph. Mo, Atcliiin, K.'s. anil lavtv- f nwcrth. Kas . it l in,i understood that rates to and from otlur points ulll not be affected thereby. Subject to minimum wcicht of C0.W9 1-ouiids. 25 cent- tr loi pound Subject to minimum weight of Sfi pound. m cent- it 1W pounds. m:v Tir cn. l'roiliict if l!ic IlliniiiH Cenlrnl mid he rnUersltv til llllnolp.. The Illinois Cential Railroad is non bulld lns at its I!ur:.slde shops a n?w- "test car." which will be equipped by the. University of Illinois, with apparatus and instruments t sp-cial deisi at 1 onstruction. for tho purra-se of rcakius all kinds of te- s of loco motives in uiti.il -tniie. as v.li as such oth r fsts a- rriv bt df-lred at various points of its sj-terr It will also contain apparatus for automatic track inspection which will record track condition, sajs th Hallway Age This car will 1 operated Jointly by tho road and the dep irtment of railway me- hanicai engineering of tile university, fur jilhlnc to the road from time to time rec ords of such tests as may b deslrd by tho toad and furn.shln the students of tho university opportunity for experimental m- -tieations. It will open up .1 larcc field for Rraduate w irk not only f- r the sraduates of the Fnlvcrsitv of Illinois, but .il-o for the crad-t:at- of many other Institutions With the mpletion f this car the I'nivcrsitv of II llnois wui unaoubteuly pofcC-s advantai:s for work i-i this line of mv stlsatiun not j.s-,.--, d bv any other ur.Iv-rstty This ( ar will be called a "railway test or" in p-:renr to a dvnamomet-r cir. a- it will contain In addition to the devices f r r- ordinp drawbar pull, apparatus fir nt least fo'-r othi r distinct purposes, name Ij il) Loconiuiue road tests, 2 air-brake tests. i3i traik inspeitiin. (i) station tests. The car will be very stronir and heavv so that it will safely tran-mit th- pullinc o jiuhini; effort of locomotives of the heavi est types, such as have recently been put in service on the Illinois Central road, -md will have complete equipment for handlmi: in either freicht or pa--encer service, it av 111 be forty-five fe t Ion; and as wide as the gaui;e will allow. There will be sleep ing accommoda'iois for six. jie-rsons and everv effo't will be imdo to mike it is comfortable and convenient for the pur poes for which it is ae-lcned. as possible It Is expected that it will be ready for service bv the 1st ef April The de-lcn of the . ar and Its equipment nre the result "t tli. co-op rative efforts of Mr Wilham Kr-li-w. sup. tnt ndem of machll'.rv ol tie Illlic is V nfal. and l'ro fe or 1.. I' i;r-k.nridK- ! tb c,ep.ri lii. nt .f me hari. ..1 Pi'1 run; of tne uni v r-!t iih.ii-sim:i:i Tiuns More llelinlle lllila Williti-l! "s I" Cost of Itll lining 'I hem. There s. em to be no detinib- data as to the Iticrca-e in the oi-t of running a rail way train which results from an Increase of speed. The fct was clenrly developed in the dleulon o' tho subject I y the Western Itai.vvny Club a its lnt mectins. There Is a prevallinR Impression that fa3t trains require mor coal letter maciilnery n nd track, more careful maintenance and a preater decree of vigilance on the n-rt of nil operatives concerned I'xactly whit may be the ratio of increase In the exiK-nse of ,in) one i-eni which mav be expee'ed to follow an lncr.i-e from 30 to t mil's per hour, for Instan. e. in the time of auy train, is a subject upon which data are absolutely la' klnjr Kven when the Items upon whlc t.n ap-I-roximato dct( rmination is o-slblo and those in refer nee to which a conclu-iin can bo reached only bv iima'e are dis-w-ed of, tiler Ion n minis to be t,.Ken into account the possible influence of a few fast train- upon ihe s rvi.-e of the road as a whole. It 1 onle by i -eri-s of care ful experiments that results of my dt Kree of reliability tm t obi'tined. It is nut a matter of surpilse that tin-re are no data. And yet the constant lncreio0 in the lum ber of trains run on a hiyh-sp. . scndule and the constant -hortenlns: up of ti'. piles previously in force make it a .ilain busnes; proposlttfin that -oeh moves -hmdd not tie made blindlv lt us tu.d mt wlnt it costs to run fast trait s m:v m vi. i: m ;ii:ih i.i:. lresiilent silr- if tln Wnliasli AsUrd to Live iv HcnriitK. The neKoiiailons ixtv.ecn the Wabash IS.ttIrn.-ul ofiiclals and the committees s. nt liere by the trdnnun to si ek an adv.tnee In wages took a turn jestciday winch ruav- result in a s. nous crisis. The com mutes presented their claims several days uro ind have liven waltliic for a '! finite niiswer. This, it stems, was not forth--omliii as soon as lh believed It should le, and the summoned the- i hit Is of the four Rre it divisions of the organized cm ploves. The-e men came Tnur-daj and f-pen' tho entire d.i in invc-tiffatlnt; the justice of the demands by the men. After waids, ah a result of a lonir discussion, tliev sent a ms-ape to General Manaqer Itamsej of the Waba-li, they said, .i-kinir fcr a eonfeic-nci. 1 hi-. tue .-a. w .!. i. . cranteil The next step was to send i teb iram to I'lesident Ashley of the Waba-h, v.ito-e of-Jli-e i- in N w ork. - t'tiK for''i the f.u Is and askiPK him to grant a ccmf retire Idr. Ashley's iepl was reo. ivod late es tenlav afternoon, statint; t!-at he would take the request uti-'er ndv.t-pnmit. lot could Rive pn detinue answc- until at hid communicated with Mr. Itam-ev l M Arthur, chief of the I'.rotherhool of Locomotive Knginrers wh.. acts as pokesman for the uatl nal olilccrs sa d yesterday that the action of the Wibash olliclals was a complete urrrlse "We have had long experience with rail- r Mds and are. ourselves, practical railroid mill. Ae have alv.as lieen cartful, and have n.ver -upisjrted the men In .i claim which was in the least unjust If we had hwn uranliil a conference, the whole mat t. r would piobabl) be now settled. At f 1-. there Is no tc-llliu: how loni; we will hive to wait for an answer from the puw tts in New York We will remain lure a n Tonabl" lenRtli cf time and, if tile mat-t-r is not then adjusted, or. at least, on tie wav Jo an Mid- rsiandim;. we will tide what Mips shall lie tak n. I sup p. - Mr 'lan.-y hud cood n-is n for i.is action. Imt wlat tliev in y l"' we nave not the -lishtest iuea. Hi offered us no -pianatlon " Mr Arthur explained that the d riar.il for hlrh r lay 1- In-, d UrKcly oti the fict that the new etiRliws n .w in ue -iii the load hi-i1!- much iari;er trims loan f r lmrlv. aid th.- work .-nd re nn iml'-y f the men is orr'spondiii,;lv lie reass He said that then- is a peiu ral f -t dm; e f mi re st itnoi.c the men. and tint only the granting of their demands will s-.it.sfv-them lie said that there wis no t -Ik of a strike as vet, and expies-cd the belief that the tr uble will all lie aiiif-ablv Mi lled. The natliiual otllcers were railed In bv the emploves of the XS . K .it T in Iiiccm'oer la-t to help tlom nrrai.je in 't ters vvtth that comivany and the whole af fair was settled in two div- Mr. l.amse), -s t.nd aluadv, i In Chi c.iko. Imt will return to the city to-da.. (cncrii! tl:uiimir e'lurUe. Mr Ttiop.a- r" c'l.irk. who has nvvntly as-um. ! the iluti s ot jaw ral ni.in.mer of e Iowa 'ttiir.il. w - m mi lov .- of the Mir.matmlis and st- l.uii fm siv.-i'.s-n v.ll- havit.K b. -i .i- i-t int suti rint-nd ent of that liiii. sup. i.i"i i.di tu au.l l.'illlv l&ssM5ir4i3i-"C4vi --StH : - a j j THOMAS 1. e l.AKKK. I Recently appointed gftu-r.il manager of the Iowa Central. ce-eral -up. i intend, nt Mr. CI irke has work.d und-r -j. ! i n r.. I r "i ts ISu w.ll Miller V II Tu.sJale and the late i John U Mernll .lIo- I'llti'll si;. "1 he (loliiej. Currolltoii no, I st. I.ouis to ::- Ktnded. ingenue .-ri:cm. Carllnvllle. Ill . Jan. ; -The sale of the Q'alncy. Carrollton and St Uouis Kailroad w- s annouiic d to-day in a fcular lett r to the emplovt.-. Issue. by lwi;;ht C Mir- can. as agent for the pur, has r. .Mr. Mor gan Is the junior inetni-er of the tirm of ltcliaid T. Murgan & Son of D.vittnt. ib . atd the fact that thev are in the t-i.iplny of the Chicago and Alton ICailrtMd i evi dence that that ro-d the pur.ha-r It lias been but a fw weeks slnte Uilllam Itrown. attorney for the C. & a., was hero loktnj; up the title of the road, and at that tune he said that ins road fci Id tin option on the Q . c. & St U. and wouid purchase it if th- title wis found to 1 coed Aft. r vvirds it was stated that a flaw tu th- title had been discovered, and that the deal was ! It is now stated by a gentleman In a senil- 1 tlllclal position who doi s not tare lo hive his name mentioned, that the e-hica;o and Altem has l.oucht the road and will b'sin work ir the earlv sprint; extending the line flora Kampsville. 111. to (Jiiincj . on the already surveved route, that It will bo built through the coal fields of Southeastern Macoupin ounty and North. -rn Mailion County, takins in a pan of th- tcnitory now covered ex lu-ively bv the Wabash and the UIr Four, i-nd reachinc -utne rich coal 11. Id i ot loui hed by any road at the prt s- ct time. I It Is verv likely ttiat the ahindnned IS & ' e. riqht-of-wa will tie utiliz.d from S -ott- vllle to Olllesple. as abtn -ots in this city t l'-ive iieen paid enormous f.s-s to furnish a ! eoniplete abstra t of title for it This road was started and was under Rood he.telv.-iy j---t before the panic came, but has not bcetl tout lied Sitlie J.IVIJ-STOCK sIlllMIKMs. NelinisUnns Asl. tin- vialv Hoard tt Ileselud un Old Order. Lincoln. Neb . Jan. 3) The State Board of Transportation has been akod by th railroads dolns business In Nebraska to re scind its order of two years aco restoring carload rates on .shipments of live stock. They contend that the change fiom the caiload to l-J-pound rules dots not mate tially increase, the cost of transportation, especially on large shipments. The lioard is al-ni asked to have dismissed the ry.'- now pe-ndlnc In tin- Idstrbt e'ourt ' e.r licit, Kias t our.iy asaiii-i me i ni'.ii i"i ; citie Railroad ti recover tims for the vm i l.ttion of tlie order The p. titl.,n -.v.n- eon- sideesl liv tin- lioard of 'ra:i-ortallon an i t its secretarii - In . x-, .itlv. -e , m (i,i- Hf. e-rnoi.n. at tie i .." . i.-ior ot ttni'i. it v as .! Id.. I to -lef, r th- -.he:, ip nt, i until Motid.i The tri. t.si -( re, v i i ,.i iM, and at tie . l.,s if tlie me. t'-ii; all the m- mbers eif the lioard r.ere i xtiemely r'ii-c-nt tetsarilini; the proceclinRs The siroiiKe-t pit-ure is lielns brotiKht to liear p. s".i:f e,-ni!ian with the re quest eif the railroads and it Is under stood that several of th-ir representatives will be In the e-itv Mondav to ionfer pri- itely with tlie numbers and secretaries etf the transportation board CV.VMIIN lCH'in. sl,l to flute Vxrreil In bolish All t'eitiiiilliislons. ChlcaKo. Jan. 2- It can b. stated authori tatively that th- Canadian l'ac.tie Kailroad is willinc to sit?r-e with all other trans continental llns with which it comes in contact to a total abolition of commissions on ticket isih-s. p.ovlded such abolition ear ilts with it a mait.toiuitM-e of aitreed rates to which the Canadian I'icilte t ;i p-irtv and Insl-tetice bv ah line- in Int-re-t on full proportions of such i.ites on through tratlic over tve or mote roads. The olUcIul didar.ii'.n of the Canadian Pacific of lis wllllnnne.-s to join the rail roads of the eeiuntry in abollsliinc tt. ket commis-lons insures similar action by the llratid Trunk and all other roads of Can ada The tirancial control of the Canadian r..,ilii ,lr.,te .. ftliotit ...centum It 1...1.1 i in I.ncland. win re the pavrr. nt of commis i slons by railro.-ds to ticket .icints of oth-T lines Is not pritciiseu anil v. .u:d imi tie tv erat.il. In ihe pa-t th. e ana. ban roads have pail the hijrhost i-oaim'ssion- op c. r talit el i--i-s of tr.if.it- for.-.: the hues of the T'nlttd Sta'es to incteis- their com tnisslotj; Th wlllinsne-s of tin e'anadi in lines to Mop pa vim: conimi-siotis w.ll tend tti remove th. fricunn betvvi-n tt. -n and American re. id-, v hi. h in some i ies lias praeti-allv .-ipioutit. 1 to the b..ve ittittc of the Canadian road- b tome hn..s in this cuumrj . ruoit 'i iMi .ri".M. It lilts llt-en ISt-'stcirt-cl on sfiIllr I. lues Ktlst til Ciiic-auo. ChlcaKo. Jan. $ Kastern lines. It was learned eHterday. have returned to the old svstem of prora'lnjj on westbountl trans mlssis.sippi business. The l'i uns.vlvania was the fir-t road to break awa from the agreement whuh the seaboard r ads sousht to etilnrte upon Wcteru Iims la-t month -that of bill'iic shl-inn uts vve-tiound be votid the Mis-issipjil to e'niiajro onl.v, thcre li cumiv. Ihi i; e h". aco road- to carrv the fi.-aht at tin- ,o .i : ites. sju, h a-i arrange ment, ii-eitii iii.inHLi s ot We-tern lines held. E-.tVe t O "Xt.lt Mlivant.lKe to St Louis. and they iu..i-vei i.mu-h1 to nandl.- the fn-lhl in that manner. Meetings were Ilel. . but tne Ka- nets s,. ,j , the IN-nuslvania Kturn.il to tile old basis. it was said ve-terdav that a nieetlng would be held in Nm York Tuesdiv. ,n which trsiflii man.iKers' ' both Lastern and W.-stern lines would in present and the old prnratln ai-ranai mi r.ts pra-tli.illv re adopt '0 Th- rites from the seactiast to the Missi--ippi Itiver catewavs are suh stantlalb tin same n w wh-ther via St Louis or Chlugo. Next v.cek mciting in "I T ' .vfti rti"! I ... 2j3!1" " I New York will also, u - , j,v, nd take ai -t Ion Milistantialiv in tl.i -auie Hue as was rec. ntlv talon bv pa-ins;ir am nt. to maintain rales Some nvMons In the pres ent cluslicatnuis are a -o lik. Iv in In mad. MliMI'll'IVr HIXll.l TION.. sbippe-rs siij lliterslule e'ciiumel-e-e Ccililtiiisoii lH se-less. New tit. Jan -V.- A tn-.tuiK of the Na tional A.--o, iatloii of I'relKht e'oiumlssi in , r- wa- hi I.I to-ilav. with W 1'. Tri. kett of K iiisas Hv as pic-i.liiit, and L. '. llnswell id e.i.ilno. 111., us sccrctar). Tie iiitftnii; was lar.tl) attea led by slllpl'ils r.pl.selit.ttives Iliseussliill of tupiiM nl national iiiiMiiiani was induU.-d in and u .lnniuiiil.v of int. i. -is c stah-li-h.il amoii th. -e n pr. seiita ivi s. The l.iiotviiu' ri.ioluti,! . v.cii ailopti d "Whereas. Conditions .it present elt in .mi thus arbdiii; irnm time to tiuu t-i mailers iiert.ilnniK to tailr.sol rate-s. tie i lasstlteatinn of various artnbs and In. I ei.ntal qu. - nm-. require and jitsttl) -oine i-eUllat'l 111 thnd III 'lie, tlllj; tile wants ef both shiPl" rs and tin- i.iijro.ois. and vh.-T.:is Tli- J.OW :- of the limrFfite Commit. t'ommisslon have been .- lim ited and mrtalltd bv d, elsions of ttie t'nll.d Slates Supreme Court as tn tt.lute it u simply a lm.it lor mqiurv and without ef f . , t In Its rulitiK- and de, i-lmis, an I It-, d. .iston- annot U ufor. -si. ,md "Win re a.-. Shipiwrs r. cpih. au interme dlatt c-ourt or commission ivith sulllclent lu.wers i-onferrvtl uim it bv- e'oncress lo ttuki it- i 'isionn res-jiei ted'b) all partli-.e eouirrti. I. 'h ttfore. be it "IZ. s.iivt d. That the National Assneia tl.iu of Freight Commlshiont rs and either s' lp. r-' i K.enlz.itloiis r-t.r. -ent.-l In re. ia ' - ind con. ur in Senate lull. No lis'. intre.i.1. il b Senator Cuiloin. lie. mlier i: !;. and r.-spectfullv tition e'nnRress to . n.o s-il bill a- I i, lie-. i plan is.a ii.i i!er ciiusid. i.Hlou to brine .il.iut Hu- .le-tresl e mis ISesolv.d. further That failure on the part ol femur -j. to -p. ,-diH e-ua.-t such Ic-lii-l-atlon will justifv siiliseepient n titlems to dis-elve and .ibnh.'h the Interstate " m-merc- t'ommi'-si.in b rea-.m of it Inability to s.'V. th. public interests, as nrlciually iiitetidid under th- interstate ctimtmr.o a. t ""IV'soIvic'. Thit the secretary of this ineitmi; i- Me-. !iv itistru. t-.l to tnnsmit lopti- of tii.se r. solution- to the prorieT lommitt. s of both hou-.- of f oni;r. sa" N I!. K.-ilv of FlilladPlp'.i.i .df. rest the following v hicli was adopied "That a .onimittee of three !.' app dmed p. ipn. ,-r before tile otlictal CI essiile-atloii fe.nunit'e- January 22. to protest as-iinst uideiilu. M.e illtferem-e between the c lass-iii.- tnm ot i arloails and I. s than caiioad shii tin nt-. and uri;e that a reasotialil. ilif t.rimi 1. --tibllshed in lieu of th it cnti t .in. .1 t i i ..i-silicatif.ti N i. 3i, - nd i mmlt 1., to pri-.nt ri solutions udoptel bv this .i--o l it: n and oifer oral arpuments " T hair ..piselnted N It K. ilv of Fhil- i, .'ihi, .1 J Walte of 'i.-c-. and I. V. l:o-w il o; e.Mnnc) as su -h committee. soiti tie lloticl holders. Zare-vn' .ii. Jin '-"O Tl.e Z-nesvllIe a I.i... 1' ilv..,y wis - I.I to-day ' -t i . mm --: ner M. Ii rmott ej i.. i h old lmndh. Id r. who ,." r.. rt-orated th,- f ihi.. and Li i in i vx I, i II ui o .1 ComiM'ty it Cherle' tt V ,',.1 VI 1,.. . .1 OkT. .... ...-A i lid h 'er I ro- i ttle I t ti. the ,- ii',ii i. ..i.i t ci. inter anu ine i K ".IWl. I hu. - The I, id I debt of the Zancsvllle .11.,,. ... .1 I,.,., t il H O a I Ittlo and super in ten ile lit lie be run nil. !..:n iti.li- si'trciAi. Nevada. Mo , Jan -A Pel.ermar.li left this evening for Coiitor.Ii.i. Kas . to asume the dutt.s of dtvisirn superlnt. udetit eif th' central branch of the Missouri Tactile, hav ing Ju-t teen promoted fro.n trainmaster Ills ilivH.un embraces all the Missouri la citic lines west of Atchi-on. Ka S.llltll Fe- ItcslKiiiltitill. r.Ki't'Hi.i.' M'i:i hi. Houston Tex . Jan. Si It is now rrortei that W' II t;b-ason. division freiRht auent of tlie Santa Fe Ititlway at Dallas, has ten dered his r-siKnitinn. effective February 1 .1 N f.rlsworld of Hou-ton at present com mercial ajrent of the road. Is slateil to suc ceed Mr. t.leasnn llirouli Milltar) Heserviit ions. III-ITKI.ll' -I Keixi. Wahirsion Jan. li The Houe to-day pa td the bill autiiorizinc the Itock IIan,l iiailroad to censtruct and operate a rail vt.iv throtiKh the I'ort Item, ard Fort Sill military reservations In ciklahuma. Personal iitnl Current eitc. II. I". Anewalt has hern appointed Rcn eral freicht and p.ienger age nt of the Sinta 1-V. Fris.-aitt and I'hoentx and the 1 "resent t and F. isterii, with headquirters at I'r.scott. Ariz - F. M Ilvron, general western agent ot the I-ike hore, and I'. I". Humphrct , trav eling: passenger .letit. at Kansas City, vter. In the e :tv yetcrdiv -The sale of the Clover Leaf under fore clrsure proceedings has been .o-.lponed by the court until April ;. The I'nlun I'acitic has Just put on live new dining cars. Le. h Iris .i seating ca pacity of lift) -six persons, double that of foitncr cars. During 1X51 the gross revenue from the sale of t entral l'a dinger Association In terchangeable mileage was I.i 'j.S. .in i-.-crease over lb'x of 4.,eic.-;ii The total num bi r of lioo'.tsi sold aggregated i;;.?ol. an in crease of "i.r.& over li'i. and the- nbatis given to jiurchi-trs of mileage amounted to tl.trii.Wt. This rep'irt Is the lust ever turned In to the association Tho Central Iasngir Association has under tote-ali ration the grantirg of a spe cial fare of t-'i to New urb-ens and Mobile Februar) '-7 i:e.l. The oc.atlon I the Mardl eras fe.'i'ivities. which will last a wetk Tickets are to I e good returning un til Mar. h 15. A proposition Is aim In-i'ig voted upon of giving one and a third faro roiin! trip ratis to Clnrlnnati February IM to 21 ilurini; the lacuttl-li Ilite Masons' an nual reunion. K. J. Ward, vtho lias be.-n in the employ of the Missouri l"icin for twenty years, the last twelve of vvhbh he has spent in the general oillces. having re-cntly resigned as chief clerk to Superintendent II. U. Clark, vtlll leave St. Iiuis Monday for Honolulu. Mr. Clark's wife is compelled to seek a more even climate than that of this i latitude, so he will uk. la r to the band wlih Islands, where he will tmbark in bus., ne.-s It is s.ud thai the hi adquarters of the Omaha. Kansas Cliv and Cistern will be reniov.ei to e ,-u, a-o. ..n.i ultimately mane part of Hi. Alien s)stcm fonipett'.g 1 s hive declared that if the ijreat Nirthetn wiP wiihliaw its, rec-eitid-e lass i-eioni-t r.it. s fiom St. I'aul to the IMt'llle foast lln-v will be willing to tin the same In fact the) are anxious to do thi". e burning that it interfere with the' regular tr Hie and alleging that the home Mekers' rates v. hid! aie granted on tin- first and third Tuisdavs of catli month, ore ample) accommodation. RAILWAYS WILL APPEAL Not Satisfied With Decision in Ihe Kec.se Case. I.KPFW.IC SI'laCML. Tof ka. Kis.. Jan 2" The contempt ca'e of .1. I" Kcese of the Fnlteil .Mine Worke-s' Fnl-ti, will lee appe-a'isl to the Fnlte i States Sui re me Court Monday Koese wis iield in iHiiit'-mpt bv JudM- WillL-ims of tho Federal Court at 1-ort t" -ott s,,v.-ral week ago for violating nt nrdi r p.-eihlliltlng un: 1:1 miners trora inteife rlr.g witli the opraiI,m of the e-oal mines In Southeistern Kan-as a nl was sent to jail, lie made app. lent 1011 for tils rele a-e e.n a writ .r l-ale-a- corpus before Jrdge Thi) or of the Court of Ap Isals. and it was granted Now tl.e c ei:-l eompa-'.s proose to ap lu! tin i-.- 1 ' tin Ftiited St ites Curt The 1 a pets hit- Im'c-1 irepard bv- .tt r nets W. c I "v and .1 II Kit hards ai.d sent to Wa-nii'r''on for filing PUT AND CALL TRADING. Pinal P.low Struck Iv the Chicago Hoard of Tiade. Chicago. 111. Jan. 3) A final blow to trading in puts and calls u,i struck to-day when notice was given to the ti legraph companies to remove the wires anil lnstiu metits from the room at No IS Sherman street, where th-v- had 1 .-en us.-d for vturs In the luisinesa, vihtch the Itoird of Trade lias placed under a ban It was further an nounced tint the place would lee closed from tin- tune. TRIP ON THE CANAL. St. Louis, City (MVifiiiN to I!e Invit ed on a Tour of Investigation. Chicago. 111.. Jan. -M -Members of tho Uralni'pe Hoard, who made their first o!!I ci.il trip on the canal to-dav, traversing its entire length in tlie steamer Juliet, dec! led to invite the Mayor and 1 ity ollh lals of St Louis to ride on the Juliet from ChK-igo to laickpor! believing It will convince then that the waters of the canal arc not a men ace to the water supply of St Louis. For twentv minute-" a flow of 3Ta,i" cubic feet a minute was sent down the valley, Xa,t) of it going over the bear-trap dura. GET THEIR DIPLOMAS ON FRIDAY EVENING. Pupils in Hif-h School Cla-.i; ,if llMMl Will Have Cerailuaiinir Kxercisesal the Oilcnn. MUSIC, ESSAYS AND ORATIONS. PresMeiit Wonihvard Will Piet-eiit ihe Cerlilieales of Scliolarship Scientific Class I.eaiN in Xiiiiiher of .Meinlieis. The sradualiiur exerrls.-s of the Hlsh School i lasses of l- "HI take place en next Friday evi nirK at S o'clock, in the ildcon. on Urand avenue. A Iniiu and In leristinj; pi- era mine l-v-n arriitiR. d I'resident Calvin M- Woodward, pre-sid nt of the Hoard of FlueaJlon. will award the diplomas The- KraditatlnR- class is unusually large this ye-ur. The create st numlier of uradu ntes is in tin- si i-'it'.lle- c urs. . althnuith fi noninl las pearl) as nvanv. 'Die smallest re.rwe-ntation is in the business course T' e preecramir-e is as foil ws- llusl.- TN- lr.l plireat U'e-k ii-ti n seriisr lulus I:.- HieH I. Oraee lifav-l-t There It. IVaee r..ra I. nutler Mulc Piano sol... It. role 'alert el'ao Mindlpotin Il-arr,- lrit li-ay The Head "t "hnsl. I.v Oahtled Ma. A tlie I" Vallettc. Oration The I'ri.le ef the 1 lentntalon. It..s rt ' I' 'V- ' .Xiune-Tlie Wild l-int Josait larat Mllt.'it tl.n.iu Arnes W- lcroan Olfctie IV- Pioneer- ..f I ttrt- Clcirf Ileltmulb Mulc The W an I- nnts Suvwr fatml HlEh S.hel ISm- tiles- elub. --. ti- s... na x-ktllei. unhlne IJeber. fcllllCll i. ......- a-knelnm H'.r .shall CVaffe. l"rank I- Stsitt. St . .1. . sf .(. tJiilH . llendelttju'hn ' HlKh Seh'nl it""' Mnwjeelin flnh. Mnl---rrater fmra 5t,es In laetiii ..I Avm.llnet of the dinlonui!. b Poc-tor I- osilnl Vln 'I. VV .Mltt.ir.1. t e-wm, .,. .,- linN ef r.lUHltlen et-.ia. Mlale-I.ew Ilawor Are We WeWt Tho nieiubers of the classes are as fol lows; e t.,-0, "I iv.ure C'el-ee lj Us ItUTier. tlussie lb.Tl. I.turle May asuiilr. lyttle lu- ), Am, elllldi iX."h,t"'.-,:T,k.m' ouncr. ThekLi Kuhn Krank e;.nru.1.-Sarah Kennedy Ed r.l ei,arl-s Kara. 11,1, n lire - Se-itre "' . ilattie Hitl.-ii smith. KlHla II Klflslngrr. S. lent Hi, i".,ur-e-,tl. Mte Adams. e'txr.-. Th-niJ n. l:thel Avert nme Us- .Uette Anna lleesl fnx. I"nd AiPi"er..i Jr . l!nna r.ilk xrthur i:at. lr.n J Vlillier. WIHI..m l-illl- Ite-Uoll. X! ithiWa A i;ieelni3n.Ji! n I-red Ite.tn.llek Wllhelm'na c Hall. Julln M' nlgom-rv IH IXtnnle Kamlwr. .."'""'r-. Sun-iln la.u-r. Hnrrt I-o-te 11,-i-kte Mater. t'hirls Vts,sil Hsk. Jl I.tlian -rn,n" Hume tt. J"- t'h IV' Ne-ille 1. Xl.s-abe. Mcfune e.ill SVl.lt V Mlile-r Ib'ilrv- A eirire, ii, I c; Nii"rr ,:'!!t',r ''"'H't. Hell-nut h. iMIst eaiedts I"au!-v. Jeeph 3Irsenih-l!n Hin Alie-e lllanke I'.ter". 1 -re, pi. ) lt,,l'le Amolt IS ttenslejn. Villi" I:1'.hiM. lSolMt tetter I" 'tell. Kathleen Htan I inc-."t SenmlH I'lla spet-olhtl-er. Crank Itt .-ott. Mart Ter-s-i stark. Mttrtln Trepp. tails' llelie Strtlt IIUs r.rs C'lirse- Mis H. L Kattttasfer. Walter ' Muck, lbrikird Kus-ne O-see. A. W. Me'hle. Normal e-.mrse Jiillt Otrtrude Ilniek- "'are llnrenee KV(.er. tutzv. )I a rg.c ret! a erent. a Jessie i:iizal-t!i IParn- Keraihan. slcl- Mtv lalith Iiferet. Mariruerlte Itullr. Annie F.,ra Ie. da Juliette Cent In Ethel Adeline ltir- I-tie lie Viol i CuraiinK- gan hn ltireite Vrances Mtr-Ie. lllirlre-i Kdmonix furrv.i'liviii W'llhe-lmtra Mi-ts-p.tliv Vuca-ta Is-k.r tie-Is l'l.erene - Marv Ivrf.f. Mai-I Margaret eVI'.rten Annie- Mxt lv.n.ih". K'la e-!n-.,tt. Ve-r-. Hldt Mieelte ircnk. SI 1. A Irasmussfn. Arn.s lalin i!iw c'el te- I!,-v- r I.illin Maiir.. H irnon. l'lna W(is Itll. j. 11,-re-nre Airtlla Hart- Miss l:te!ln, I'ot.lnsen. nKie. lUllie it,,. Ittull 1:111111a 'Marie lltle. N ,rry stet... - ittan. It.,rtsir llirhi llirnt XI iv s.th AI.e - l.mlli IP.pI'ls XIl-s M 1! fulllv en. Nainrl- I'llekner 11 "-is-r. I.'l-ie ltl-m,-!i. Walker, Ninnle ni.kre-r II it. Vxud Mit Wclker. Acn. s W 1, Kti"l 1 lninin Anna Vn, - Wall Iaitlla Kaufn. inn. BOYS' LITERARY SOCIETY. (railiiatiup: K xoicis.es to P.e Held Xi'.xt Tuesday I-.voniii";. Tho graduating exerc!-es of the High School l!o)s" Literary and Debating Soci ety will take place next Tuesday evenliK in the High School Auditorium. The ex ercises will be stirtnl promptly at S o'clock with the following programme: Mui,- Crave. Alleero M.ilt.i Il'etlvnvtn William T Z-IIIer l'ree-liient's Address I'nnk I Scott. Oration A Men.ornb Year Martin Tr.tp. Ileriution Fnele e.al- Allen. Irn ird Keun-re Grac Muie-l!lrh School iw- Clee- Club. li-bate "Is Ore-iit lirlta n Jiit:nsl In Maintaining Hr I'ieent I'el.rv Te- tturd tie ll.tersr' Kllst atfliniatlte. I'nd Arrastrciic. f.ret negative, luii.h Ibtsler. Music- I'lch Kh 1 Mindolln eub. L.el,ate- Sc..r., afli nuMte. Jeerh He-ra;- ts-rg e . n,I ncatite .t"i.n II s.r I'leeeiitatl, n f dipl ml bv I"r-,f, sor Wlll- i.tm J s Prt an Iie.i-In ,f lulL-i- Ml M.llhetts Me Wile, x. XIi-s J te- Mi--. Ilirn lunan a-, I Mr S tiuvler A,I, uriiment Tin- gia.iii.Hes at. Fresl Arm-trong. 1M gar I" Hillmutb Jos.' '1 Fr. 5. Arnold L weiistem. I;. rreirel i: eir.i. e. Wali.-r Ma k. Jo-vtih M Ili-i7bi-rg Frink L S, ott. Cliailts i:. Kammiier and Martin Tripp. SOCIETY dTPEDAGOGY. Interesting Leelnrrs in the Various Departments. Tlir tias 1h UfiwI lrff ntt'-ndanc rn th ecti'ni mtini;- of th ?.i,tv .f rHicp j-i terd-iy inornlnp. Tbr unoxiil absnre of Air. I.Mkfr n the cir.friunt jii-n-m-nt if hU nl .irliftfn fnmi th ir. ,r-un. a .uuiwun. Tti i(um tf porinr Wdii.iin T IIriint to m- i rk tn th trl,,.l.c -ti.-n w.ii- i i.Mttr i nw ItiUtct .iri.1 caiml t'other a ti.a1 that HUM not .ml il th t.i line mc m th !r.. i-m asRn-l t lit" -. u tfrtln-tt ,i into th.' i-irriior Th !iji -trU i i. th- ilri tt .. -ri-i. tn wlm-h I--t-r Ur.mt ir.fjH. ,.. rt?lu ih- ij!jJ. t f hi-t' " f r. .n ih rtetn.Jir-.hit cf rholoKv In thW til'UtN l--tur-r h.is t l-fii anions liiln nift. th" In n t nt u.,tcx w t" ! hl- t foltv tm in it ..i, ,jr mr.t ha a rnr tr".it ni tt fr tlim (i Y--M'rl h. Ht f"rth N nature ar..l atlv.uit.tr -i.t th- p.rh .1 -c.'l i-iit tr ih n t ul t.f hi-t'iv II" .- u--- th t-)f trine ..r l!t!lty in it nlittim to lnUt lu)'4. rnr-r- .ir.l t-:t t. . anl .JtIf.p-t in th- hM'ir f th Orf?t-rv. I: -man ar.l Il-lr-w r.i - the ltrt stat s-jnth--h- " .' ol -zii il ni-nT-. Mi-s Milf" i ofittnm I hr .tork i illu-.tritin; the toimn f t:-nt lif ! Ri"nt''t:n3( t a rm. tit.!e i.f I.JMt in thi J 'H'l-i "T hr large .ludl- . tre inmnlnu-j inaiMtr in whhh tuture I r-i-lN! U ft'1 'I trtl.tim -f j"---!- Mrs Iti- Kann'n . turc -n lent(il(jr!" . lim. her .wli r Ihi -"n liurrm. nt wa twit tken until Mr- I ainins hai H-nntti t IUie it in the har..N of the n-Mty f..r ptibheu ticn In t- nr-xt "tr N-lt H-r rt! f 11m wa- tht . int.n'-e rmpiih. n ih- part ..f tli tei.'hfr n the life .f tn- MM. .f bw ni a m..r.f h. whirh th- t.i' hr rn ntT trt thai Itfe, nnl l tthifi the e uM t.in ! I-1 .ut int the hisih-r life, nhiiii - t-11 I'uri .f a tru- fdiiratti-n In th ctt Pctmn t!i- frri "f rvmarkalle lc turf wh'oli Mrs liiley. ft Im1-t "iaj, oraanu-! for the preru n-.n-in,' foun.l itn tittlnx enntinm tinn in an arti"tl pre- nt ithn ty KInmnl II. A uerpl f tlie three crat inrit.l if pari' rt. r"-ret-.elv ?' t frrh t VnI.wwM.nz ainl MurUh' Ioa ar1 Krt-mv Am m iihi.iI w'tn the- lrturei it wa illustrated hy ;h.tn)rphic proJ-tlir.- uieier the skillful nunagemrnt if .Mr. M ilr-.x The II-rl-iTt "Iul rontinue-1 aiKl cnmpjettsl n li usje.n of the i rt of th- formal ftept in ih i.slt.tth.n. iz.: iT-pamthm T-.c Ti)emr. .f thi- FMtion hi lef.?f,tH-ii tie habit i.f -h-i-ic treir rn thinkiner ar.i 1 v "Tt the iUta .r author f.r .hilrnnn K'.r thi- r'uii.'n itt r.-tinK-' nc an tir of animatton whuh i t rj interost inir la -i . tar Mr r.n n -. ntinii'"! 1 1 mure rf .. tun', -leaiinc -.c-teT-l t with th I'ip t ft pt.rily n A-tte- in. irv. v prrKnt .isl 'lon n th ul i'vt of Ti' t-rr, irnip' in lrt"tn" ,.k fi ir-t luis -Ajter tlrinkr- Th1 mihoI- of 5t-curinc purit m wj-.t -,r PUstrt . i praithal Iil tntiun in ri ne i th iu!U'n- Mr. IestT art el v.orke.1 with Its uual inJu-itn. Hnrt infi-lratior.. tnani of u tnin-l-rs ,t-inp pre-Hnt anl at wotk an hour l-ef r th- time fer mmf n ir c . "n the e-ie-iinr of VVlnwry 5 Iortor Jr.hn Itrkinl profe!ir f r!ailral arrhacn, nrr ani rFi-jri prof-o- "f J n th- rnlerit of Mlfrurl v'll ITtur In the Ilijrh Srhof nu -litorlum m Mlr-j-ek rt (rt M-rn Tim" ' I-r-tor Pickant Aaj for tfnl ar a r-v,ent cf Ath-n- ami enJoM5! run n-ivantae.--- in hi chnen CcM oj etuJy. This letture. Illa;ttateil by pho- er,. -. .1 lit- own truth, rlni; xi II le . Rreit t! tliil-s, ,n i- f-.. .oil ll,. ul-lie is ve-I- "TOUR OF EDUCATION." Kasieiip-rs In.spi'i-t ihe Kiiilocli Telephone SMem. William II. lakerl. pr. shlinr of the Kniekerlsie k. r Tele phono Company of New Yi rk, and Willard M. .Mm, r. thief thc triciati of the comisiny, w. n- in the city ve-t.rilav In-iH-i tins tin- Klalo. h Tt lephone sv-tein in this city. Tint d-par!..! la-t niirlit In .ompan.v with Hopkins J. ll.ui bed. general manager of the Kn.Ioc h I'oui- patl). to iil-pes-t the tlldepi lid. t i lephone -v-tini in Chi.-aqo To a lb public re ! rt.-r. Mi Ivi.. rt whin sit n at the Haulers Hi. 1. 1 v. -ti idav. said. "The Kni. kerlsii ke-r Telephone fouip'iny is Hie It .'dim: inmpahv In tlie Telephone. Tel-ur-itdi and fable Company, but I wl-h ... , !.... I .11.1 ..... - ll'IJ-1 HVIII 111 ll.,Olt"HJ "We have just ..iiiiplcteil a trip alone tho a .....I. ! 1. .r.n.n. Atl-ittlie seaboard, and in-e,- t. , tin Hi SEYMOUR'S LAST CONCERT. (.ovi-mor Stephen's ami His Staff Will All. ml. Next We dm -dav evnintr the list of Ikitielena-ter Sevtin-ur's Flr-t Regiment pi. ine-nade .-onc-r's will l given at the Armor v The . veni'ig will be glvi n ovc r to th. ri.iilt.irv element, at.'l brilliant uniforms will pr. vail i.i.ver'Hir Stephen- and his statf will be present In f a 1 militar) uni form. The- 'Hltte and clrav" an I Hatt.-ry A will be pr.s. nt in a lend) teegether with Kiel Cr .- Ciimpiitiy No I of the Knights ef Iyihia There- will be a dre-s parade, at vvhl-h Colonel Clarence II. Sln.lair will e "remand The programme is as follows: SUerch Fir-.t Ml.sii ...slnnt str.-l-rcr Keetfully fe-e'le ll'd to tl --! t-'eUlS I.ldleo Ib-lie-f C.erpS Ov rture -a Hir..n . . Mirte v..n Wej-r Scenes Fnm Caust I lit Ilesiibi-M l,oun.! Jluree Soles-La i,air. e Hi Maioil J. Itlunientlwl Ml-s M.!i IU, k,IT Ve-al Snl elanutre t Ihe Fore- Poll Ui-Iney Mr. ..e.nee.al, IP gimem svrf.mi Major our Ing th etc Ktn.autta e eiii, linn Lxli'Mllon 1 er.11. i'..niin c: captein A Mjrks, f-nunanelliig Kxlubltion Ilrlll I" Fir 'I - tali, ai. cnpicrie II f. c; a-i I II First lnfa 1 try. N c. M la- late-rant ' I -n, I e-ncrl'-c W Il.-lt. imi 1 . no, aiflmi; tiinl !ir-t Pirale nnd Iteti.tt It Hi- trtir- l:ein.ent. eMonel c'lare-n'e H Slr-l-ir. f mmanding Mar. h F F V II IMlin-s A Kemn ..f Terror .sv.iiis r-.un th. Ier- ti l.evoiut ni UtolSf .ran. Nan nal tin.. 111 n 1 1 line Willi Tli slar st.,i,Kiel It urn, r ta!bey BURNSCAUSEiThER DEATH. Mrs. .Minnie Kiely K.Ypiietl at the City Hospital. Mrs. Minnie Kiel)- died at the City Hos p'tal last eight from Injuries receivesl thre-o weeks ago at her home. No. S-'l Market street, when she was burtic d alsiut tlie lr-a-t iincl arms in attempting to light a Iiv with coal oil. fin the nUlit In eiucstion Mrs. Kb!)- and her liu-diand. who is a sis,n palrttr. had stayed t the r 'nm of a uiiehio. in tin same building until S o'tlo, k m th. morn ing. When they retired for the night the room w.ia so t hilly that she divided to start a fire, she poured coal oil on the smoldering emlet-. ,1 Hash resulted, and h-r clothing ciaght tire, iler hasbund had his hands badly burned in extinguishing the Ilanici Mr. Kidv had h'-n a patient in the City Iio-pltal ever 'ttice A short time ago an ab-eess fo'tned fr m the burns on her throat. a.,d this m- is Haled the operation of traeheotom.v. to r.lieve her suiferlngs. The operatinti vt is perfo.-mi-el )esterday afternoon, but Mrs Kliy was too vve-ak to re, ovr from tile shck WAS HIS 0VN SURGEON. Doctor Hulihanl Dreel Injuries SnMniniMl at His Mines. m:ii Hii"i"iu Pr.all.i.Mu.J.u. S' Doctor JoW I Hub bar.l. former ijiuiiKt of 'onrf from th Kifchtb Di-trM. inrt v.itha jiainful ai-ri-tlnt cstr.Ia at his roal mints. I miNs iiorthM-t of WrsalllxM. Whilt- a-lju'-tinj; a jiin of niarhliit-r his 1-ft ban. I was tnab- ! in a roK-uhrv! Tin In'iex HnK-r .ii cut off anl the mMlV nnK-r b.ully ruh! Dotor Jluhl-ari, bfttii; a ur;on, nt 1 tub ti to IN utiuteN on tht- pot. He to k n iMir tf s-nru'-ot:' ."jfors. nut f tiis iNiilot and riiitl .imiutnt-l th ml'Mlo linger rtit off the shr-l f lloh. and uas then 'Iri.'n l .r..iints, where hi h.tn! was permanently dre?"l by a local sur-p-en. LAKE STEAMER LAUNCHED. Tho John Gati-aS Comitloli'il :it .iiicni";iii Stfiinisliip Co. Winks. f'lueland. o. Jan. -.. The ilrst DfeT-foot Meamer built in tlie Great I-ilvi-i was Iaiini lied frcnn tlie works of th, Amerlean ishipliiiildiiiir I em an at ly.raii'e t -day. Tin lent was i, i'io I th. J. dm V liatet aid was- eliiist. mil lo, Mrs. John w i;.ite of I'hi. am wif.' of tlie president of the Ameriiati Si. mli'ii c ciiiijiint fur whim if,i i-s. I is liiiild'tn; The Incit is Inrll of Me el. ;: feet laln and C't feet Illolled deiith. A s.ter-sil. tn he named the J J. Hill, will he launched In alnitit ,is weeks. WILL OPPOSE FERRY. lOViTiior I'iiirct" Suvs lit Is Not ..jrht un T.ixaiiini. Ietmlt. Jan. 1X flnvcrnor rinirren an nounced to-d'tv that if I). M. Kerry of I)e trult Is immlnatt-d for flovernor by the next Itepiildlean State rmcntlon. he ulll be a c- ni'llilate fur re-eleetlnn on an inde pendent tiikct 1 tcrnor I'lrfrt.-e declares that Air. K.-rrt H not in accord tilth taxation re forfs la 1 t.s l, n workini: tor th past foar t.ars. and hast, his ol.j.ctton tu Inni a a t in. 'Id lie on this f ii . DEPOSITIONS BEF0P.EA NOTARY .",lci"lll'llt ill I'.lerlMill L'tHIUIlis .siiiniTs." .M:ii:(1;iii:ii- Suil. The attornets in the mandain is suit of the l.le.-tiiiii or.irisf'omrs of SI. lands asainst f'itv Auditor Ma: nl. to compel him to draw warrants to pay their alari. will lake i.i'iM.dt.en" at the ".tpi:nl liuildiinr a Jeftericcin I'm next Tmirslax. These depo sitions t.ill lw taken h ajrieeiuont liefore a notary, ard the expense of a ecimmis--ioner will he saed. llol llcisnr.t Unlcrfnliiiiictit. In ni. hm- I-- a ..ill lrem the Hete-rtn,l I J I-tter fir niian.i.il aM in nic tln rti.it'J'ln-: ,! ,utii!'-,. ih- t, iirir iis'i.u ,r ii I- ::.,. irt l'iilh h iv., ,- mi-:, ltd altlini.c;lii-nts for un ent-r-t.iinniftl an.l lioi lo l cittn a! th tiarlsh p. h,i, hall i'xt Wednes'lcv ev.ninc. 1'ellottln; Is the !r- irramii.-: I'lano S ,1. MiJs Anna Itelle llairulre M'-ssrs. lltnan,in and Williams. In thlr Iate?t flletlll V,ral ..cles-linn.-Mi-te-r Walter lLnnftt. t"ie ir.,.. Te-n.-r I'rrtfe-eio r A It. eliislnn ai-n'miianit. Iiraniati. Ke. -tat., n Mr. ele-rne xitinjt.i. An Irlh Jlu Ms er Frank Prottn and rlster. IVatants- e,idin March IV c i! Mini I.tta Miili-ner Mli-" Mav Mel.1,,.1. Mr. J. 1. Mtsjartv. Mr. i:. W ' llin- Tie Walt. .1. ll-'r.ev. Waited Iner for You. MI51 Mil- M. I--l eipe-ratie' Mtet. h M.iter Walter Ite-nne-tt und II - N", t-.e e;, ic. r I'nn .1 n ejuart' t -Th,". SrhuMdli;. Jn.. W. J. Ii. W K. IS-l-ei'. .1. I.. SleKe ,na. P. an SI M-It'l Mai net hl.e-.illie- X!s N. 'ti' Cle.Ke,! M n, 1' .-in Mr c-, is. Paul. Take the Uixle I'ler for Jaeksonxille. l.nriie Te'lll-l CilbllllKi freip. P.KPriU.li I'Ke IAI-. (.'orpux I'hrisstl, Tex, Jan. 2). Owinjr to the rem.irkai.Iy mild winter the Southwest ern T.vx.is cabbace crop will ecetel all ex pectation" and lireak all records. It is es timated that JS1.i worth of cahbaKes will b- shipped from Nueces County alone within the next thrtc months. to sa riKht lier- that I did not say that j there was a pro"is t of tin Kinlm h Cem- J paiiv lH-inK absotli.d bv our .ompati). In t ict". I -eld positively that su. b was n"t our inteniioii All of the iinl ndeiit com- J panlis are uiutirelly inter.-t.d in tlithiitii: I the lteil mol.oHlv. and to a certain extent I de pendent telephone sjsti in at Atlanta l..i We -tart lo-niKht for Ciiii.tipi aid will c to Mtuneaui!is. Cleveland and b.n k n. New York. Instead of Iookim; ov.-r tln-e- dif- . . ... .. .... .i... t.i . . . r ,...r..l. tulni' i lereni sysiems who tne i-i.-a .o t.... o ..-... -j I them, we- are on a tour of edit. .itmn. and I are trying to learn the lie-i .--ible ineth 1 ods fni- operatii.j; our own pl.i-it ! Mr. i:.-kert was tnrunilv r ner.il tirin i acer of the Ib-II Telephone foiiipiny. mikI 1 Mr Miner was eonn . n d with the latter i-ompHiiv Mr l'.i k.-rt al-o look it.isntt I t.. dent- the storv that tin- Western I nion was a part f the Te lepno-i. T lesrajili and I i aide Company of America A CARD TO Tin- Menial Department of tliU Company render" cartful and effectlvex ervic in the collection of rents. learliiK and rent imr of Itui-lniss. Jianuf turins and Itesl denee prn .rtl-. ailva-ttl.-ei. ail aeanoie-s free of c-e.st to the own.r. Fjpe.rlr.tenili repairs whn respiir el and resiiestesi. without cliariie to cutner: places insurance with reputable- liiMiraiies 1 omiriie-c. and attends to the paxmcrt of taxes for clients of tills department without chew: transmits cluck with statement in full settlement or all lent c-cill.i-tloiis on the la-t day of en h e ale-ndar month. Maii.iKmeut of iMates and prope-rtie-s of le-al and nonresiden: owners solicited. Will be please. te . nfer or eorre -poe,.l with owners who es ntemplite appolntm.nt of maiiaKiinr and collecting .uriiri. Vnjllant sU.H rxiMon is clt.cn to etery detail ty the olhcers anel e-inplotes of this com;sir nu- terms fo- 1 oil. -e torn are xery reavinahle This cc liipany is c,.e rating 111,'ler s-pe, 1.1 1 Stat- laws and sulneit tr. State supr- xlslnn As a Kuarantie tc, tid-llty, xte refer to o-ir direi t'jrate and our capital and surplus of $l..V,i'.i. MERCANTILE TRUST COMPANY, ContlnmuK t he I! i-infe of Anderson-Wade Realty Co. HIP BONE INTRODUCED AS EVIDENCE IN THE CASE. TRIAL OF RUSK SMITH'S FIXISIIHI). ;riT Sin S1111I fur ll.-iiiiiip-s on Aivouiit if a Surgical Oprralion No Wrilifl I"iifl"il. Tor three I0111; clays twelve men liaxe sat uiMin the hard wooden chairs eiffertil ly the Circuit Court as a re Mint; place for lit jurors and listennl to testimony offered in th- Milt of Mrs. I.e.-i Smith iRnlnt the. Hoicl Samaritan Hospital and two physi cians who last jear .erfornied an iiperatioi. uton l'e r It Is proliable that if ;:" one of tlie-e me-n I- asked to sPrVe acaln on .1 jury and his opinion of expert testimony is akid li will not eiuallfy. be-eaii' eif the verv fait that nearly every expert has .ic cupled a different point of ..- from that of his e-cilleasiie in this cafe. In the Ilrst plate the- ra-.e U ore of the most peculiar that hax- ever come into lo al conns. Nearly a year ao -tirs i.s Srmtn bicaine- an inmate of the flues! Sa maritan Ho-pltal. She went there to be tie-i'ed fur a hip ill .tse Aboat ten months sen two phsieians who are- said to hat len e-e.iiti.i-t.d with the hospital performed an operation upon hr. removing a In s.i-tion of the liip bone tihorlty after h"l was cIls. hari;-! as cured, although she could rot walk without the aid of crutches. On Jure Z of last year Mrs. Smith flle.1 suit iiqain.st the hospital, and the two phy si ut,.- who performed the operation, fcne held that the operation widen made her a. cripple the us of her rlsht lrc heirs en urelv cone now. was unr.e-ces.iry. that she did "n.it know what was to be done wh-n she was placet! under the intlucnce or n csthetvs and that, with prop.r treatment, she mlfcht be as vi ell to-dax as if the sec tion of leonc ha,l not been removecl. Witnesses in f..vor eif tho plaintiff testi fied to this eifect. while wltr.e.s-e-s for tho defense areued to the contrary. l.oth . ... . ......-.,...,., mil ..Vivslr-lnns into UreiUKIlL lliail.t SOlSvo- ...' I"-- -'-"-- -"- court, and. besides the plaintiffs state ment of her cese and that of the hospital authorities, who claim that they had noth ing to do with the operation, merely rent ItiK tho room in the hospital to Mrs Smith and the surireons lie-ini: t-allei from another in-tituiion-th.re has been scarcel ant thlns but expert testimony in the case. The charactt-r of this is be-st e-xempnricd by the follow ins xe-rbatlm ropy of the answers mule by the ph.tslolan.s to whom thv are ere elite d. 1if.st.0n: "Is this piece of lenne of such a character that xou can tell whether or not it is a he-alt hi boner' lioctor lladir (for the defense, and who aid h- had had al I-ast forty cases uf hip disease): "It i " CJuestion: "N it healthyT" Answer. "It is not." .- . ... .1.. ...!.. r r,-oenT- TTorstrr. .sow Here is hit i;". " a--- - - -; - -- summoned by the plaintiff, and who claims to have si ell Hall a nilimrt-ti ,.ist . o,t. diseases and to hate oferated on over "Vc that is a section cf the hipbone. It Is pi-rfevtlv healthful in appearance and the dl-ease alw.os leaes Its marks. l"or thlrtv-six hours the jury listened to this kind "of testimony. Late '",;",J" afternoon nil the exidence was in and tile .....1.. Th.. iiirors debated arcunieuis ucn- o...,. .- j--- - - . until a late hour and tin n Ju.lcje Tain dls- m!-ee the memlitrs unui i t -, .- niorrtw-. ...,i ., Cridav Mioruv aiier com 1 ..0J-.....0... ,,.,:, ni-lit it wa diseovirixl that the bone w'lieli was rcinoMsl imm .tirs .-uiiiii -- --sine,- A lemc search followed and It xxa finally found in a corn, r It must hax. .f.i .1 l.n frcm tlie table- where it was an exhibit ..n,l b'. n swept Into a corner. Mrs Smith Is suit.;; for ..WW 1.ini-i-an.l her hu-liaud has tllt.l another suit for , similar amount His has not been tri-d its revelan. t depttidliiK upe.n the success of hi wife's case. APPOINTMENT OF CONSULS. National I.umiu'ss I.wipni? Will Ad-vni-atc Abolition "f Politifs. ChlcaKO. III.. Jan. ?-The Executive Com mittee of the National IJuaine Le.ifrue met here? to-day to dis-uss the bill to lc presented to Congress for chatiKCS In tlie method of api.lntins ndted States Con suls to f.irtiKti countries, and al-o to f l,,t clelettat s to take- the measure to Wasli imjtoti and prc-ent It l prob-.ble Uiat John W. Kla and Alex.111.ltr II Lj-velt will I1.-.1.I th- .1. legation, x. hi. h will leave for Washlncton M.ir.day niBht. The c-otifereiict-with i, prcseiit.itl-.es i,f olhir Ih1ii'J Ji strum, nml in formu ntiiu.' the bill will lit he Id TU'sdix or W.dnesci.iv Ihe obji" t of h. 1.11 is to .1.. away with politics in the t-onsulir s-rvhe and apply 'l".ll ,-"' seiidins m.n to rtpresuit this nation in other art of the world who are ciualliled ier the ims-ltlons. . f The ulll will provide for a commission, compos, d of members or both houses, and three other citizen.-, experienced In commer cial matter-, to formulate and put Into op e ration the orKanlzitlon plan. John W. nia. counsel for the league, re eep.eil a telegram from Senator t ullora to-da. sajlns: that a hearintr liefore the Interstate Commerce Commission of the Stuate and House would be grunted repre sentatives of the leak-t.e on l'rlday morntnK. January -M. at 10 o'clock. A nuniti-r eif other commercial and manufacturing bod ies will be re presented before tho senate and llouie committee. iNCENSED AT POLICE RAIDS. Sol Stein Soiilil a Warrant in Vain. Sol Stcln. who ban l'en accused of con due tin-: a poolroom at No "s.J St Charles street, made .1 futile attempt to get back at tin l'oliie Department cstirila for the ireciuent raid e v.lileji ha-.e 1 et 11 made on lu run Yesterday he called uim A s.stuiil ric-cLUling Attorney Johnson with "..11 attorr-cj am. a-'aeel tor a warrant avralnst lainiteiianl Jaims Jolii'son of the Centt il iM'trltt for an illegal arnM. Stein nialiitaliKsl tint because- he eJLCled two ot I-iiieicnant Jolirson- men from his rooms 1 few data ago L'cute-nar.t John-oil came li.uk the following da and arrcsiid lam. Ct'Ionel Johustin drew- up an informa tion .ic.ui.a4i the Ha!itenian and was about to havt it .-'.nt to th- t lerk's ollice for tbe I-suinto of a warrant, whm Lieutenant Johnnoii, with Detectives Kelly mid Storer. v ho bad been ejet-trd. entercnl the otlice and applied for a. warrant ag.ur.st Stcln. charging Iilm with conducting a toolroom. Colonel John'tm ind a conf rente with I'reisffUlli'S Attorney Harrj Cl'Jter. and then decided not to Issue the warrant against tht Lieutenant. He told the jKiIice men to draw- up their information against Stein. SUPPOSED TO BE MAD. Savage Ho;: Killed After a I.e..er- ate Stuijrle. I A clog supposed to ! mad created quite a dlsturbame m Mokevllle, S luth St I.ouls County, last Thursday afternoon. The ani mal xtas a large brlndle bull, and where he camo frum or to whom he belonged no one knew. A hempen rope xtas knotted about his neck, and this was frayed at the end as If the dog hail been tied up and had broken loose The frenzied animal entered 1 the village from the xcest His mouth wa- j foaming. There was a ferocious look In 1 Jiis eo. Women shrieked stthd fled to ahcl- THE PUBLIC. ter ard men sought the hardwaro store In ii ir, h of pit, hforks. anel wcans. Then . oiimn in e d an exciilnir chexaa and tieht. Then- were aloiit a dozen purua er Two of them with pistols fired re-i.'.n.-d' at the dot;, but failed to hit him Kinallv ihe animal was corntrcl The mm closed on him Jeff Jenkins wounded him with a pistol ball The dot? snappid his jaws, prowle-d. bit the dust ar,d leaped at Ids assailants Kach time he itas met by th baxone-t points of the pitchfork. or by a e rushing blow from a club It took a I'.nir Mm- to indict a fatal wo-rnei. but at last Jaine.s Caybrey jderced with his fork the thick frontal of muscle and Impaled the animal's heart. HE DIED OF EXPOSURE. i;.v of AnpiiNt I.lioinlianlt Being ShijiiHMl to St. Louis. Tho body of A u trust Helnhardt, the S LouLs printer who was found dead beside, th- trai ks of the Iron Mountain R.llrsad near Klmmswlck. Mo, Friday raoraln,', will be broi-ht to St. Louis to-day. It will be buried mre by Oerman-American Tpo-i-'rao'iic-al Cmon No. 3. of which he wa a nu mbe-r. Vest, rday the Coroner ut Klmmswlck held an Inline st on the l cdy and rendered a ver dii t tnat I.einhardt'.s death was due to ex Iiisiin. This seems to Ixar out the opinion of the man's friends In this city that bo was trying to coxer th last part of tho dis tant e from Utile ISock to St. Louis by walking, haxins jirexiously se-nt nearly all his money to fcl-t wife and children here. When the d'-ad man's clothinp was searched It was found he: had but 21 cents. As was told In The llepubllc of yesterday mornlnK. Heinhardt and ills wife had a dis agree nittit two months ajro. and Ite.nh.irdt left home. Since tlie-n his xvife and her threo children have been living on North Four teen!, street Th two el ier of the children ha'.i- been he-lpinsj thttr mother by work inc The other child is a baby A few weeks UK". Mrs Helnhardt heard that her hus band was In l.'ttle Itock. She wrote him. and at the lottom of the letter the hahy daube-d an inky smudge as a "kis for pa pa " This "kiss" wooesl Ke Inharcit back to the home he had clese-rtesj. and he wrote an answer to his xvife's letter, sending her what money in had. confessing himself m the wtoiic and salng he would return to St Louis as soon as he had made enough money for tho trip home. Later he writ another le-tter. which the wife recelvcrd Monday, saying that he haJ left Lit:Ii Hncic Weelnesday she received his valli by express In It was a letter saying he might not lie home liefore I'rlday Wheii the Friday mornint, trains from th South had e-ome. ar.d Helnhardt did not ap pear, his disappointed wife consoled her- I self and th children with the thought that I.e woui'i ne n-re tne nexr nay 1 no news o. the tirdlng of Helnhardt's beidy Friday was kept from her No one had the heart to tell her Not until xesterdny morning did she know that he was dead. Then her grief was pitiful I"os-ession of the body of the dead man was refuse-d to a firm of Klmmswlck un dertakers H. II. Raushenbach of St Louis took ch-crge of it and will brins it to this city to-day. CUSP1D0RESF0RTHE STREETS. Paris Spec-rial Committee Reports in Their Favor. SPECIAL BY CADLE. Paris. Jan. :.. (Copyright. 1C"0. by T?. R. Hearst). The special committee of the Common Council has reported strongly in favor of rl.ii.lng spittoons along side walks. The committee believes that this will re sult In cleanliness and decency, and pre vent the spreading of tuberculosis germs. The spittoons wll' have this inscription: "You are ruiuested not to spit upon the pavement '" CANADA7 JRAJ)EGROWING. Exports the Past Six Months Show an Increase of .",iiUO,000. Ottawa. Out.. Jan. m. According to fig ures complied by the Treasury Department. Canada's foreign trade is growing rapidly. The exports for the lirst six months of ths present liie.il year show an Increase of fia.'" .!" over last year, and the Imports have increased about $.i.'"1.0o. Exports and lmjorts for the six months e.ndins Decem ber 31. total. I2.i3.4Sl.613. PLAGUE PREVENTIVE. Quantity of Fluid Sent to Manila anil Honolulu. Y.'ashingtcm. Jan :o. Surgeon Genernl Wxman of the Marine II0splt.1l Service has dispatclie 1 l.Ji'i I tittles of li iffkine prophy lactic ti Honolulu and the same ijuantiSy to Manila. This tittle! has been tired as a plague pre ventive In India, and hat proved quite ef fective. He has a's.- sent a quantity of curative sirum to Honolulu. THEORIES ABOUT FOOD. Also it Fctt Fncts on the Same Subject. We hear much nowadays about health foods and hygienic living;, about vegetarian ism ar.d many other fads along the aarco line. Ilastaurants may be found In tho larger cities wht re no meat, pustry or coitea Is served, and the food crank is In his glory, and ..riiinioms and theories galore advanced to prove that meat was never intended for human stomachs, and almost make us be lieve that our sturdy ancestors who lived lour score j ears in robust health on roast leef icirk and mutton must have been grossly Ignorant of the laws of health. Our forefathers had other things to do than formulate theories about the fcod they ate A warm welcome was extended to any kind from lucon to acorns. A healthy appetite and common sense are excellent guides to follow In matters of diet, ar.d a mixed diet rf grains, fruits and meats is undoubtedly the I'st. As compared with grain) an.l vegetables, meat furr.L'hes the rat nutriment in a hlghl concentrated form anel i dlgestd and asstmllnte-d more quickly than vegeta bles and grains Dr. Julius I.emmson on this subject says; "Nervous p-rsr,ns. pe pie run down In health and of low vitality should eat meat and plenty of It If the digestion is too feeble at lirst It may be eislly corrected by the resular lire- of .Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab lets after e-arh rneal Two of these eiceilent tablets taken after dinner will digest several thousand grains of meat, ifss or either ani mil food In thre- houts and no matter how weak tlie stomach may Ie, no trouble will be experienced If 11 regular practice is mado of using Stuart'.s Dyspepsia Tablets, because tney supply the pepsin and diastase neces sary to perfe-rt digestion, and every form of indigestion will le overcome by their use. That large cla.s" of people who com, un der the head of nervous dvspeplc should eat plenty of m-at and insure lt proper di gestion by the dally use of a .cafe, harmless digestive medicine like Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, comrosrej of the natural digestive principles, pe-p-.lp. rilist 'e. fruit acid- and salts, which ai tuallv perform the work of digestion. Cheap cathartie meillcines mas querading under the name of dysriepsti cutes are us-eless for lndiaestion. as they have absolutely no effe-ct uron the actual digestion of food. liv-pepsta in all It.- many forms is simply n failure of the stomach to dleest fertrt, and the sensible way t. solve the riddle and cure the clp"psla ts to make dally ue at meal lime of a preparation like Stuirt" Dyspepsia Tablets, which Is indorsed by the medical profession and known to con tain active dlge-stive principles. All druggists sell Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab. lets at Uv for full treatment. A little booklet on cause and cur of stomach trouble mailed free by addresrtos K. A. Stuart Co.. Marshall. Mich. I