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TIIK RHIMT.LK1: SUNDAY, JANUATIY 21, 1000.
TO-DAY'S NEV.'S IN BRIEF. -" -rVVQ rzqspzz o i TH ......t r-.tr.-, were 5 to S per cent for ell and Ji.no loans. n.-arlnKs. 5 ... LaUn.s. JIWSW. Nv York exchange. r..nium bid. T ln ...turn asked. N. r U n- jar J.W. V j.re-nitum 'Y ' . ., Ml' p.,r bid. i". ;.r. nuum a-k.-d t in. -. ia. , r.mmm bid. SW premium asked. . .n c!i.n..u ,Mr bid. Kc premium a"- T. l...tl whe.it market closeel 1-Uh. r at f.T .-k.-t Jan.. 6SV.C bid Ma. W '' J"u 7.1 N.. 2 rl: corn rta-ed lower at .lie notn I. ! Ja". SlViM-- bid M-. rvii.'..- w ,i. . w li-.-l ' -1'- n""""-'1 Jm' VI . led Mit. M'.-c No- - , chicaso wlwat .MWslOT at Co r,.1 .T.r CGc asked Ma. t.wWV J" t ., . i..in1 higher at .-'(. nominal Jan. , -.',. M:iJ. WV J"': -lts' clos-c'1 al immlnal Jan. 3NSpe- May. I h- l..-al mark.t for standard r.ic-s pork ... 1 -lead at II S for old and at J v: - for nrn; prime steam lard close-el ' . n.li al at i'JSo. choice at SCe. T e local market for spot cotton closed O-1 . LOCAL AND SfHI'RHAN. fVrner Jovernor Taylor of Tennessee de- c. ..I .1 lecture on "lane, 1-nushlcr and .Musi. at llie Fourteenth Street Theater. V iinat niM meetlnc vvtll tp held n"t k,in,. , afternoon to discuss mvim J aid 11 c -he Boers in their war with Oreal 31 . . m. J..n M'jrrs was dis.li.-irj.ed from the 1 : Slates Array beraine !n fither t ,. , .med that he was only lb years eld 1 . r ho cnltsted. X'ter belnc out three days the Jurv in Hi- Knse Smiths Milt acainst the Good i-amirltan Hosplnl and two doctors, are f.lh i.mlile to reach a decision. In-- M ion of St. liuls and other cities -9 ,1 t.e invited to inpect the Chi.'JKO " w-,-,Be . inal. The idea t to try to show them t".i i'i. re is no mw In the water. TV pupils in Iliti School cla's of l'v ni ! ui.. KraduatliiK exercises at the ode-ti tin I ndav evcninK President Wool ward of He loard of i:ducation will present the o r i ma 1 , e annual banquet of th St. ri.ili C". ..1 x illlinois, Democratic Club developed Int.. a .eat love feat Many prominent IPuiois I'emocrat were among the sues s cmu made rinRlni; speeches. ull.irs of the Knickerbocker Telephone loti.panv of New- York, connected with the n.vv ,..ir. rn. in-pectcd tlie Kinloch Hi-'m. bu' rifiu-d that there v.oitli be any 011 pr 1 1 urn of the independent eomranies. ! -- I.. :ia Hjmenvon of i:u-?ia came ever to rr.arn Abe Goodman, who once -aed li. p from wolves, friends pave them a liarniuet and w h-n All's llymen-on found IhT b.im was on the bill of fare she re fused in marry Goodman I i.iie llerscher t a burglar trap in his bl...k'-nlth shop. Crnft Mueller opened the loor arl Friday mornlni; and received n I.mI of buek.sho1. He was found near a cr.-ek rd taken to the City H0-p1t.1l. No lo'is .IK" llerscher forgot about his trap and was him-t If eauqht in it. GKNKUAl. DOMESTIC. A woman Interrupted a card same to take foisun. The crop outlook in Texas is considered brtKht b farmers. The Howard County Democratic primary vrlll be h Id on Mav S Mr Sarah White of Sycamore, 111., com mitted Mili-tde by cutting her throat. a nrr.i mnli in Texas was prevented from lmehini: a necro who had killed hl.s wife I The mw census of Dallas shows an ln cr. iih1 iwpulation and great commercial a. 1 1 It j . The foreign element in Kana is boltlnp; the itepubliean party and joining the Dem HLatic r.ink Hum County fTexas) Democrat adopted j n t.t as to (jualiflcatlon of voters at prl- j m.irv Irctiorjs. I rr...K.on.. Tlolt mo. llfMip. in the TCen- I llU.llllu." " . ...-' --- tuikj tltction eoute-t The Republicans lisve summoned William Clark, who Is said to be Croker's confidential agent. FOREIGN. Twenty-five thou-ar.d dollars mysterloas Iv uisappeareJ in transit between London and Peru. The war fever is very strong in England nnd the ministry is stronger than ever. 3:ngli'h lailles are working for the comfort of the soldiers. Emperor William is saij to have interest in Tran--vaat mines. SPOUTING. The winners at Tanforan Kingstelle, I)al V.. Sly, Jtjnnockhurn. Scotch Plaid and Maxello. The wlm.ers at New Orleans: Rush-field- Knight O' Banneret. Albert Vale, Andes. Fewness and Jamaica. Iir-wer Schorr's IJab. a full Ulster to W Overton, i- 'Mid to be the fastest youngster In the Memphis turfman's stable. Harney Schreiber's Bannockhurn ran a mile in 1 .39 with 121 iKjunds up. winning Turf i-.mgriss stakes at San Francisco j-eat- rdaj . RAILROADS. The Canadian Pacific has agreed to abol ish ommlssiotw. Live Moek shippers In Nebraska want an Old ord r reminded. The Ullnoi.T Central will soon put in op rratluii a new tot car. The yutney. Cartollton and St. Louis Ls to le extended by the Alton syndicate. A number of important changes have bei li announced In interstate Texas rates. Kallway tninmen are still after the aua-h officials, asking for a new wage Fch dule Tli proratlrg sv-tem has lu-n re-establish, d b Lastern lines 0:1 tran.-outlntntal busine.ss. The Itoek Island has received permission to run its tracks through two military res ervatiors. 3!arlne Intellljcenre. Ginoa. Jan. M. Arrived: t'oluinbia, from JCew York London, Jan. 20. Arrived: Michigan. New York New York. Jan. M. Arrived: Cevla, I.lver po I (.era. llrernen. llrenii n. Jan. 20 Palled: Dresden, New York and Baltimore. Antweni. J.tn. Cu. Failed: Westernland, Iveu York. rhe-lmiirK. Jan. 30. Palled: St. Loul from Eo-ithampton. New Yoik. ."ev York. J.in. 3. Sailed: Pennsvlvanla, llambiirK. via Plymouth. New York. Jan 'Jl -Sailed- Km". Oenoa, ct Arrlvcl. llesperla, Marseilles. FAMOUSEVANGELIST DEAD. j liiMty siihI Opiiiin Kills Williiini I. -M.Ctmni'll. r.KI'l It K'FI'WIAU lMill.idelphl.i. I'a.. Jan. There dlel to dav in hii'lial one of the mos-t brilliant anfi au i-e.sful of tl.e ev-.inselists. lecturers nnd t. mr-eranre evhorters Known anion;; tin Iiss,., hut fervid orators who have car n si .ilofi the Itnner of total alnUm-nce rois.si hv Krsnii'U Murih. 1 ' d'.id nun is Will J. McDonnell, and pliv -1 -i.ins sav his end was brought -ili-nit lij the i-esslve ami rontinui"! ut of )jiijyr i'nl oiorrii sinti libs son was killed, mire than lour ve.irs .iko. In A11-i;1kuv. la , it I- Mid .IkCorctH II us.-d both liquor and iru;s 10 -et'ss Yet nil the time lie cirrnd iii his v.iii 'lstu- and temiiet.ince v. rk union,; the churches and set-mod more bril liant and successful than ever MeCunnell w.is found here In 1'alrmount nvcnu. .ilomr which he was st.ic.KTinFr. when he was em to fall. When picked up lie w is unconeclous and he was t tken to I10splt.1l. where he died, without ever com ing to. M'l-onmll first liecame known In Cleve land .is an advocate of strict prohibition. lie was Kift d with a power of eloquence that . auscd listeners to flock to lu.ir him. AUri'-tod liv his magnetism, they were con vine. . b his powerful arirumnts. j-o the rolls of "slat ers tn tl e MeConnoIl pledse t-ooii iew until it iniulit sttm they wuuid lival tlif utiriv .lied Murphy. The l.siurer's last public appearance was in annieii, N" .1 . on Nuvcmbtr J last. I'or live w..kt, In had 1m- n enttaKed with the Iteveri ml Arthur SjMKiner. pastor .if C.il arv I'ns'ivt' rlan Chun h. in litildtmr a tcnipor.iii' v revival, at which fi.00i) tnices were oht-ilticd. Then Doctor Spooner was told liv the lecturer that he wanted more mono and the church olllcials ilt elded they iild not want McConncII The lecturer ailed on Doctor Spooner and nourished a levolver thus obtaining $1''. He then went 10 Philadelphia, and nothing delinlte was known vt him until the. announcement ot bis death to-day. ROAiNS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Ready for your choosing Monday morning at 8:15, such as no other store in St. Louis ever gave before. Dollars will do double duty here to-morrow . Don't miss it. Domestic Dry Goods at Appalling Low Prices. PRISTS. ISrst Stixf r 1 rati Hu.'U u't.t h t- pi:rcauju rW fi il all .lirt t 1 -i It s !i.l v 1 u III 1. 'li t .m't i li m him K,.m ( .ur vo pr if t - It r uril only. .. . High-Grade SllkS l. in t I 1 U s. .tl . p r T-;tl ItU'A 2r ardtjrK)an-Clsr? onSOc Silks.mlji S r WQ ... , .f ,. . it fa ,. -,i..s ,-.-antr) (J yJ Ikci. t-riuiaiit tu.' fJ p n yard for A'.i jn-t"jrion SI.2S lllackl 1 l 1 SC "r' ' ' "' " -er!e I i.-ts t .r.i iCI ( -'Jv- int....n. .ill ilo.-e -.'v.e 1'iit '-ti (J Dress Goods (.Black and Colors) 1 p for Rian-Clarkons JJc Lot I ( '-" n ' ''" e tw .: I mJ j, t s' 1 h Ui xl'ire. f ri'TTi for Ryan-Cljrkon's JJc Coiert Suit r -e 1. ' f f for K)an Clarksoa's ItSc Imported I. , rt UQ Muu-e. i.iKr.t stl.t s,l . M'jkJrifJ f" ( ard for R)an CUrkson's 51-00 Ccl-S SaJC 'l.'l vV..rst-.K. .-..' Lti.me !'( JJ Imported trfbr v n a 1 expr. .' for(r-r t-an il.irtsur. des.rali.t-aai e ?Vw f Ci yard tor Wian- Clarkson's Sl.wS J J - ir in pure jari uutturet. ut ) IJ Q Muslin Underwear 14c 19c 38c for Kyaa-Clarkson's J5c Ladles' li-aveis m. e ot t"o.l musl'i. m bre':a strlt joe band and cambru r.i'e for Ky an Clarkson's 2Sc Waltts. itr .-id 'ir- ford' Wj si f"t rns a-.il 1 !c.; ' In urab an h t- for Ktan-Clarkson's 79c Corset. In blue "pint dial anil iri.ne ' ton: ccutil e. heav It bin d. douse -ide stetls. tn med.um ard cxi'a lors ia st. all s for ki an.Clarkton's S1.00 Corsets. l)r Warner s N'ur- nc orsets drat. 49c 1 ffl-l e Slices llankrupt Price. 9c tor Ladles' Storm Rubbers, worth 4c. J MZts Cs to 4 , (til f( for Ladle' Shoes, hand turnoa 103) .Inp i n raz ir toe orlrl. A. ll( r.dCljst sicsl , to 7 Q-vBroadway, WashSngion five, and Sf. Gharies Sf , - EMOGRATS DISCUSS CONVENTION DATES. Kiff.-r a to YVIit'tlior Stall- ()ninr ,1khiI(1 l Naiii'l r.i-f'ire tin- National t.athi'rin;,'. POWER OF THE COMMITTEE. lici'iMim of That P.mlv Will S.-ttlc tlii'.Misiiii(lciitaiitliiie; tto.ssip of Politicians Tlnoiifih- oiit tlit Statt. There serins to be a mlsunder.'tandltiK In some quarters resardini; a move on thy part of cirtaln Democrats to induce the Stat.,- Committee; to hold two St ite conven tions. Kvldt inly not a few assume that It Is entirtly optional with the committee whether one. two or three conventions are held. As lt Is, there must be two conven tion, and If the. comtnlttto should deem It advisable to select dt legates to the Na tional Convention at a separate conven tion, th-n if will be necc.saiy to hold three. The rt json lor this cImiiki: In th. old methods is totalise of a n vv law etiacttsl last wlt.ttrby the Legislature. Ii -oparat. s the judi l.l and State noniinatini; coiiv.'t. tlons. This law Is compuUorj- on all parlies th.-it li.iv. sulli. hnt votlnK strensth to hold Stite Kiniu. lions and have the tn k t.s they nomirati- placed on the olllclal ballot, lt is brief and nads as follow: "Hereafter all Judicial convention held for the purpose of nominating any Judse or Juiipes of the Supreme 1 ourt. or of either ot the courts of appeal. In this State, shall no' I.- held at the sun- time nd jil.li- al which any otli'i ccnvei.tlon Is held tcr the nomination of oilier Stato olli.'trs in this State, and any such lomina tlor. of anv such Judicial o!tu- r or otlict ri, inado contrary to the provisions of this ar;, shall lie deemed and taken to he null and void in law. and the Secre.a.-y of State shal' rtlu-t to llie any ccrtlllctte of nom ination signed and ev-cutvd 'jy ihe presld I11K ollieei ami secretary of -anJi jidlcial con-. 1 nt 1011 " This a'-t was apj.rov si Ma 1.'. IsW. and It Is evident that its jirovislons i. ve liten overlook.sl by a koivi many v.-ti- are uis cussins :he advl-ablht ol noilui en or more conventions. Many Ieiii'icrati tliniughoul thi State ate known to favor an early convention fur the nomination of tin State ink. 1. and not a t vv ha-.- said tli.it if iiossihl It should lo held at the same time that tel k ties are telicted to tlit Na tional Convtntiou. Dthers. while MvorinK an early cenven tion for the nomination of the Stale tlckit. li.ivc iHjintsl out that It would li inadvis able to tmld the State convention until alter the National C. nvf ntioii. Their ob jection is bas. d largely on ttx ground that it woald to- impo.ssihle tor tht convention to jiromulgite .1 platform too. hinu national affairs until attir the Nntirual Convention ts l-.cld. 1'ioliabty a kihhI many who ii.d 1 to this tlteorj overlook the existence tif the law just llUOted. The judicial convention will nrmtuate one candidate for Judw of the Supnmc Court and one for 1.1111 of the I'ourts of Appeals. It Is jiresumed that the representation to this convention will be fixed by the com mittee on the same basis as that of tiie Slate uoniinatini; convention, t.ence lt Is stated that in the vent the convention to select delegates to the National Convention and the State nomination convention are held at the sini' time, the matter of a Slate jilatform could be deft rred until the judicial convention meets, which it is now believed, will not be at a much later elate. A number of counties In the State have alreauv ciillesl their local primaries for the nomination e.f eounu tickets, earlier than Mav In Cillavvuv County, for vxamjile. theprimariis vvt.l be held In March. Dunk lin has alreadv named eh legati s t the e-on-Kre-sslonal and State Senatorial Conven tions, md the Stoeldard Cotmtv loe-al ticket will to nomin.iteel tn Ajiril So far .i the counties have acte.l In this matter, they have all favored early convent ons for the local campaigns. Probably one reas n for the move in favor of early conventions Is tine to the fact that the State campaign has been on for the list nine months, and also, to'caue lt opened six months earlier than usual. It has been noted In former campaigns that the work of organization never starts until after the Styte nominating convention is held, and thU, too, is being used as an ad- amies zu'inu (fltllS. I In- s i-on - . 1 pal!, t .- ,. riU All choice ratleres 1. t. a" ' 1.I.1- , nln I'I ues faiu-v pi i'.Is 1 ih Ir -I-1- - X r no tlIles m( .. - i.-v H -i 1.1M itr U i Cv.i - 1 11 - ft Ik ii-s nncc IHc fro, IvV U 1 .1-" -01 n ) 1 r vnril b R J ell,. Ml U now onl at Bankrupt Prices. arJ fjr Kan-C'arkson SI. 01 lilac - I 1 ..p lis er. l.'l. U.lltV -.".'t '1 s!i v-rv ir Hi mi yard fir Ky an-ClarkKtn SI.OI I'ancy 1'. I .1 - ! .1.11 1.1m- I is tW.'.U.ll t--i ,'.1"-.V' ks verv les.ralile ma I.. .' .- 1- t at ms Bankrupt Prices. - ft f (or R3nCIarkan's .n ftUtk Jic ., 1 tn. t "i w tl str . t IT j'i i)-l tx iu 'i.l llnisb, Tlsh pat t. r i e ) - fur JVian-C.irAiSorj's VOc IIIjcK Clay ttp' u .t iif w il par, ah Mel Y.ttn. iiiu U ipn NlacU ne.tv tttii for Riati'llarkion's $1.15 Crepons, t-.ai' v ,ta " a.-.i t' 1 .y . wl t CO tn one tic iot jll c !io . pattotn for R anCIrkson' SI W Crtpon, I- a .. ' una r tntst U , in" st rits . 11 IU'c m hair Npl'iTUiI ai;s and Corsets. SU"' 59 far k anCl.irk on' 1.0(1 i irf- 'Q -tWTC Hi- i 4jlitv Riinc rtt . -iu u in : .titi' n- mi iiiiru " i n- tt:-ki yo nil!- r.unii tuvk and s cew Tin shJ nua funov lirM 75 or RianCtarkon's $1.29 Ladle ( sirt hc-tt ijuillTvof in i 'l i u urn trflia sty i and t ambric ru-i ri ftl rtrt-p HoJti' t trimrn-d witi innoon ins-ftinj and 3-incn lae ram 79 or Rian'Clarkson's St.SO WaUt. C i lo-atf t Di Warner, drab aril WUIT. Gloves. !,,rTisrupl rt T pr or Aa - Clarkson's 22c I 2L uloics, la . s hfMv At f cr-I n tllji l.htllTT t o fc -J f par for Ryan'Clarkson' SI 65 ij ov du?r i ivr it h tn prarte iea. K d "J1. -re- two I iHiif N"ijimani c rtirjiii red tut.Mi. Monday as iu0i; a- thy st 1 eli'loml argument in favor of early iiotm 1 nations i POLITICAL NEWSAND GOSSIP. I Si-iiaiorial and HVpn'MMitaliw ("an- didatfS Active. Rhodes Clay, a voung lawyer of Mexico. Is promised the sujport of eleven news papers in Audrain and adjolnlnc; lounifs if he will malte the r.i. e for I!cjre scuta live He is a sn of foruiir State Se ii.itor Jree 11 e'iay of Aulraln, and if he is sent to the I. gislaliiri- ai.d makes as good a reord as bus father, the Audrain Countv Demo crats will, no doubt, be hlghlv gratllleel. Mr. Cliy doubtless feels high'ly s.rctitl d over the hearty suj.jiort jiromised him, but he has not t indu-ateil his intentions re garding the otfio: referred to. Doctor N. M. Haskell of Mobcrly is h-mg mentioned as a audi. late for Congress in the Se.und Iiistri.-t I'p to date Hatidoljih is without an .iniiouueed candidate in this ra.e. and Is. constsiin ntlv, b.hlnd most if the other counties iu the dltrli t. Doctor i:.isk-it was formerly .1 member of the Statu Senate, and was one eif the niost jiop nl.ir uv-n .11 th..: bouv. In addition 10 heii.g a phvslciau and 110lllicl.cn, he is also a wri.er of eonsideTable merit, and has con tributed a gieat deal to magHlnes and standard jieriodieals. e.in ge uer.il tojiics ills fund of information Is regardid ai being al messt inexhai.stibl''. J W. Hoy.l of St. Joseph Is announced as a Deniocratie' c.indidate for t'ongr. ss In the Fourth District, and il is said that the f ntobablv will be two or three more- en tries In the race, to say nothing of Colone-1 C. F. Cochran, the' jire.-ent tucumbe'til. who hoj-e-.s to be his own sucee'ssor it weiiitd not surjuise 'he Democrats of the district If there shoull be the hottest campaign over th" nomination this summer that has occurred the-re in the last twenty years. M. It. K. Hlgg-s of Fuber. Audrain Coun ty, announces lumself as a candidace for the Mate t-enate. subje-e-t to the Democratic' nominating c-ot.ven ion. in the i.c?t issu" of itie taud.-.iia l.-sUe-r. He says that if nominates! aim el-, ted he will enter the S n.Ue uuhamrie re-d by any men or intTst t save' the j-ubiic welfaie C 1". Clark of I the s-.nne eni.ii'v is cre-slit- l with ! ing in t the senatorial rai ' and Lincoln and Pike' eoiiinie.s ate vet to ! be-ird irom. h.vl cl'iitlv there is going to be an Intcie slim; contest in that district The Platte City Landmark is calling uon tho DetuocralK- papers In the western jart of the Stat", Kansas city and St. Joseph Include I. to try and obtain be tier J.itture-s of Governor Moiic than those they havo been using lately It declares 1I1.1' some of th'se iiicture-s arej bad enough to make 0110 entertain serious doubts of t.overr.or S.oim"'' D'tnocracy. The l.indinark singles the JvausKS City Times out as a great sinner in this respcet. and informs tloveTiior Slonej tint he will have a good cause for . action for darn-iges If the Times continues to print the .ill.-i.-iil nieture of him whim I lately apt eared In that paper. Samuel D ltohrer, who lately ente'e-l th" rae icr State Auditor. Is at jiresent Tr:n urer of Livingston Countj. and the news-pape-rs in tba s,.tiiui e.f the State sj.e-al; of .ilm in the highest terms. They jiredlet that he vvlll Ii-ive a very strong following in the reinvention, and. although he ui b. hind the other c-nndi infs in announcing himself, ve'i tliev think there to plenty ot time feir nlm '11 g. t his claim well b. fi'e the party. ! George w. TriK. iilir of the Itlchmoid 1 Ce.r'.n.-it. r. is uut for Kallroad and W'.ii' I house -innr.is?iiiter. He made the rac for j thto e.Mie-e in 1"s :,nd pioved a verv strong j .ir.riiil.a. Thi- time he will have the e.i- vant.iS'- "f h.iv.rg Is-eti over the ground o.ice be Tore at.d til frh -ids ray ilu y will be surjirlsed if tie eloe-s not will. There ere a oo. tnanv candidates fo- this position and there will b a merry miviiji be f ire tie prize is avvatded b the convention. Three .1- f.,ur of thusc in the race have had expcrlenic 111 caiiijMlgn. The Ilutler Times thinks ih.c! State Audi tor S iliert is one of the most valuable ni-'n ,.. kl. 1. .ri, it. i.A e .... .n.e el,.., e.i ...p - ,., ...-. ...,j ,11 ,i'.- .'i.nr .11,1, inai ins iii- j vices cannot be dispe-nse I with In the :!'- jiroaeiui.g cair.i aigl, except al cousiier.ioie loss. Air. peibe-rt will not be a candid etc for an cilice, but a move- has lie en on foot fur some time to make him chairman of tho State Committee when a new one I elected. In Its eulogv of Mr. Selbert. imtIuijis the Times has this position in view, lt Is J-aM he will not enter into a scramble for the lilac.- but if it is tenderwl Mm. he will ac cept it. Th Callaw.-cv County Democrats will nominate their county ticket in March. Al ready the ltcveren.1 W". 11. llurnhiin. I-ank T. lUker. John T. Heaven and It. K Dunn have announced themselves as c nidi l.ites for K' present (tive. and there ire eight eardid.it s for Cnllectnr and four lor SI.erllT in tin field Pe-ople who vv.ent 10 -- what a real, live Demoem'te countv- looks like wlici there Is something of Imp irt nice em hand should pay Cilia -a iy a visit the 1! ly of the primaries The general election Is .1 tame affair in Callawj.v County In compari son with the iirimaries. John M CDary memiM r of the Leal-1 1 turo from Kansas City, may not -eek rc nominatlon Just now he Is being ndus triously boomeil for Mayor of the Kaw town on tho Democratic ticket. He proved a ' lllZI.U)0 s Rvan-0!arKson Entire Reserve Stock (iocs on sale to-morrow at a price littleness that will astonish you. Remember, this store never did dabble in trash for the object of low price quotations, but bought only the best. If broadw.ay, washisg-on KTRAODINARY Men's Furnlfhings. Kv in l l.irkson's 10 rut Linen C nil irs. all Ko.Ml f j sizes lirnVen, & TBI f.r Thousands of -.ices-. NO Mll. ()l!Kb I'll.l.l!) Petticoats, Skirts, Jackets, Suits. Bankrupt 90 tor RaifClark -' I', t ,,it - r.i forRian.CIarkion' SI.t9 Pittlc at. jtui :.io r 1 r-ci -,il!I' s at bott op verv tu an i re .-il.tr mute tor Ran Clarkson's 6 00 .a- JiZ O 1 ''"'- lre -.kirls made o- tn n 1 .rs ir'i nil- sk rT. pi . il tu ' -. ptTfi Lt .l.iirnr tsira quality pert a 1 lliC tllicil (T 7 ''A for KnCl3rksfM'M S12.S0 Lj- e 9 J S xrom iNUpcror tjuilitv of lm triril crpTi. antl aiai'e i Pts-.It for Kvanriarp;v m t'litp traIr a lir .in 1 iir.d assortmrnt of patt rn-s t. rist't f "ntn Laces, Embroideries. Hdkfs.j r yard lorllyan-Clark on's Wc and 12 c p yard tor Ryan'Clark on's Wc and 12 c "L. I.a e- .ri tin .hi run arw tuttei ui-- Ol a - tot . T'"- ion Lac - P yard for RyaO'Clarkson's 12 c Cmbml 1 L, " r ju-i . a -. .to .tin nr a a N I'tis o Kmbro'd. r and ltiMin.: n l-nt!(s of 4 i yarach, Monda a IoHk a iitf last 8 each for Ryan'CUrkson' Ladles' ISl "ptQ Han jkrih. itatitfalT onrol O .,.'! pen Vt i c and bfjiist tchtn! emirot' Ted sluhtiy mussed fruxu hanldnc Mo d tv Ti.e ht y last p tor Ryaa-Ctarkson's JOc Silk Laces. 1 C ' t,ia ,,r r tolw N ut tin 1 - lojn (iuzaiirt Set lop Kates Mi da as unc-itb-y lis. -1 f for Ry anClarkons 35c Embroider" I C " tl-1 am jrt. l.m"i - -' In r; wide, heary designs lor -iirt M AX SCHULZ DRY ?9IWWMn verv j 'ip'il.ir E pr scnttlve and was nt"i am..!!!; ?he abl st me nib. rs :n ih- Ilous. .nd en -upii'd se.ral importint e'on ml: -e iositiin- Among the populir 'nemo, rs of the House none fated be ter than Mr. Cleary. In the last session of the Legislature Senator Stephen Ojope r and I!cpresent,ttve A. L. Klrbv. bath of Howard County, wore zealous vv irkers in behi.lf of a n'-w road bill, wh'eh eventually re.ivcel the' ap pt'ival of the lgl-i-iture and became a law. No-.v the con-tltin-nts uf Isith these st,iti' me n have elected them Hoad Commission its on the ground that as they lud so mu li to ill ulili pissing the law, it is the ele-ire of the citizen of Hnward that they should te placed Iu positions were the-y c-an show the pjbll its advantages in a jirac tlcal way It is not jet known If thev will accej t the doubtful coni'illmi nts Some say that the action eif the citizens was very mu. , 111... asking a doctor to take his own medicine W H ISI.ithls of Huntsville Is being refill- ste.l ,v Democrats ..f lland.ilph Cemiitv to aniioune-e hinise-lf a candidate for Iteji resentatfve He l tinors the pione'cr news p.ip.r men In North Missouil, and has an extensive ai-eiiialntan. c throughout the State. This is not th" first time In recent e-ar.s that he h.ts been urged t 1 become a cand'dat.- for soni.' Important nflice, but on former occasions he declined. STATE TREASURERSHIP. Lii'iitt'iiant fiovcinor Itolti to '(; the Xoiiiiiiatioii. Lieutenant Governor A. II. Ilolto and State Treasurer Frank U Pitts were in the city yesterday baking after their cam paign Interests Iloth had lieen to Moberlv attendlng the meeting of the North Mis souri eslimrs, anil tbey were very much pli-ase.l with their visit. C lonel Pitts lives In that pari of the State and ngards it as his stronghold. He is .1 candidate- for State Auditor. The Lieutenant Governor will ask to be nominated for State Tre.esuier, and none ili'ilbl but whit he will make .1 very ..trior ra fui lie has mane a campaign if th" State .-e'Veral times, and has a.wavs been hiiiie-sful In his pnlitic.il undertakings At pt. si nt his onlc 1 pp i'i' tit s C'ilotii'1 It. I W lit! huh of Fayette. l"11 there is a political rumor afloat to tin elf's t that State In suianie Cenniiiissi.imr U T orear Is p-in-de ring di- j.Iy over the matter of announc ing his can.lldncv. MRS. LAYARRESTED HERE. Information Froin Chioaiio That She Is I'liiler Indiclmcnt. Mrs. l,j onn Denton L-iy, wife of a barten der at the St. J ones Hotel, was arrested a lor home at No I'J Soi.th Fourth street last night by Deteitlves Keely and Cordell on itiform.itlou fun she In a telegram from the- Chicago authorities, saying that sh. had been Indicted the re fe.r an alleged a mlt to kill on G H. W ichman and his wlfi .Mrs M-irj Wi.hinanii on November T. 1S:.9. , , , Mrs Lav's steiry Is one of unrciiuited lov- Wichm.in was her first husband, and he now ke-i jis a saloon in Chicago. Mrs. I.:i'-s maiden name was Leona De'iiton, .-i:-l her h. me was al TavlorvHIe. III. U was there she nut h r first huslund in Imi. She in.irriid and went to live In Chicago. inMii" ini.i el., finiilv her vo'.mger sister. St'lla After vfii .r'' one-half years of 1p.1t :-il life tli'-v separated. Three we-eks iater tni' vout.gir sl-ler mad.- Mi vvn t M's. Wlchm.111 tacts that e-i-isesl h. r to m- k .1 divoicc fnn l.r husband, which she was granted. Aess rdTK to her stoty. she icsorteil to dressmaking for .1 livelihood. In th- course f the World's Fair at Chi cago she met Louis 1-i.v. .1 St. Lou sin. Alter -..me corrc s-jiondetic sh- visited M. Louis his hoii"'. Together thev- went to Clnvton and were nairiid In 1VS1. After living some time to;'ih-r tn hiiipii,'ss she complaltie'il of to m J hotni'.sl.k at'd upon Infoiming her husband t l..i t she vvished to visit Chbago he ,i.ou-.l lur of being in coin-siion.i'tice with W Ichman. This she did n t denv. ller husband told her that Hhe must clioo-e I etveeen him and W'ich man. She tin 11 ndmltted that she love-d W Ichman and it was tlun aci.e.1 betwe.-n tin m that she shoull secure u divorce. The divorce w.i.s eibtalned last fall and she went to Chicago. There- she met W Ichman and confided to him h.-r "storv. II' encourageil her In every wav and told her that he would marry her at "the aril' st possible moment. Sh" came b.nk t" St. Louis te see- friends and whll" here- during the month of Nove-mber sh" If a rued that W'lehman had m-irried or w-.is ntoiut to marrv a girl named Kes( How man in Nov.into-r T she arrived In Chi cago fur the jimjio-e of learning the truth of the rumors and -atl-iicl herc f mat thev wire- true W ichman had been marri.M thre. davs be fo-e to Mtos Ili.wman Th.-'r home. sh. le.irneil. was at ihlrty-hfth and Cottage Grove avenues. Phe went there and shot at W'ichmin and his bride, wounding him W'lehman's condition was serious at llrst but he r.-e ov en-el. Dispatches from Chicago say that the police there profess t tc Ignorant if tho ar-est of Mrs I-av. and that neither W'ieh man nor hLs" w ife desires to Pros, cute her The Impression jircvails In Chicago that riie will bo released. sve. and si. cipri.es st. BARGAIN SPECIALS. of Yards Men's Handkerchiefs. ( It.. m i uk- .1 s i-e Hu'id- Ckr. h,! jiiv -viuiZ Mi'Q s Kv.ni-t. larrfson s ii cctitfl r.-.- -,,, rlr,tu iwrder l l ei liie- (Pfti I '" "l I. N 1 (Eh I 'Il pretty H B f f Hr i I r. o r. . "H lit. in 3 9'( ' '4v "fi B l""r ifOfirt""' h,"7 alOIll iard Oulil -t. e-rh UU Ill ItlMi fills AI.H. Prices. $0 A 0 r K-in.Clarksnn'i U.Ot ,iL '"U-lt- ueii.n.J M,. . v- t.ri s 1 or.lei Bounce, lile for Kyan-Clarkion' U.00 Vet- . sitin il rnf- 1:1 .it bottum 4 J . i y ., , , ., , -nat-ri-il K'K 1 S3 1trlT(, -frt. v if.irm'nt sponf.i nn-i .a'urw -rolor b:..c-.c and ' fr A AO for Ryn'Clarkous $IH.S 1 ' - v r-at-.t ladies jruet b .$20 and .s tue bargain t r i.r-rril r.nii hihir talloiei and "Rf,i".i nw !v i .-v c at4 in if 'rim q ia ; k ts-t . r i.t ,1Uai !i si'i. s a-i i ; irr-u ,u 1'itrg. new. frt'sl. and u,, l dale Men's Furnishings. ) 2'4- n.ilr t tr I'i Jtn.farl enn'r C- (f.n' C na it ist i. ,H tit.ix fj.i ru- ar nadf tl. ert...ned l!rrTr.t.ltirf dje eac"i tor Ryan-Clarkson's lloys' s unl ii 1. i fn d e;ua'.ty musl.n re enforc -d oac and Iro.it tor Kian-Clirksoa's TSc heaiy tan cii.rPl Jrsp r. .oed (!"i.'Ce-llued b r s anJ Ura.Tr s top tfi.in.n.rlifitt't ?f- flmm.-.. 23c 38c 124 C oul Half Huse 39c tor Hyan-CUrkson's TSc Heay Jersev aIi rtv forHien-Clarksoo's ?3c Heavy 1. ii j W . .- uij-et aa.i Mats. I.'atne or c o' i 35c GOODS COSV1PAWY THIRTEEN HOURS' BATTLE. Conllriurcl I'rciiu PllKe One. 1 cluctions- mad- by Captain Mahan from tho SjKino-Aine'rlc.iti War that to be successful a nation must have live battbshljis for nil) Hire used by the enemy. Kngland , has sixtj-thicp battleships, forty-seven of j tin se in every respect tit to go into action 1 at any moment. ' . 1 l. ... .t. .. 1C .I.I...I1.M, CSNMlillllg. IIU11CI11, cii.ee dll rlj-'ii.'r battb shirs are jierfect. they would to ut terly Irsufac!" nt to to.it France. Germany and Itu-sia As a matter of fact, the num l er we have would not Insure a victory ever Frat''.. "1 spe ik the ojiinlon e.f m iny leading ex j.erts when I sav It would re ipilre slxt-six to h-.-lit Fnn. alone. In the unlikely event of Fran.-e combining with Germany and Kusia we would re'quire tight, as least. 1 only dealt with battle si. Ips. because cruto- rs do not count for much in at tu.il war fare. '1 hev are necessary as scouts, but battleships settle the differences "Aniftiea can scarce 1 he classed ns a dangerous naval fo.- ilotievct She has but twenty-six battleships, twelve of these EVERY RUMOR STIRS NERVOUS BRITISH PUBLIC. Coxr!shtd 1!"0. by th Asso. lated Press iAilidon. Jan. W. To thoroughly and con servatively iijijirecdate the political condition-, as thev exlt In Kngland to-day; to un.le-rstand the refle-ctions that military successes or re ve rses In South Africa create ia the minds of the Prlllsh nubile, and to gauge the task confronting the Government at the forthcoming session of Parliament. It to :lr.-t ne'cissary to realize the stupen dous chance that. In the last few weeks, ha taken pl.Tc In the national ch-ir.icter. To put It briefly, since the Hrltish army in the field has found the Hoer army was Its match, or more-, the ltritl.-li nation litis b.-rome one huge stock exchange, not In the material sense, but In sentiment. The nation, ns it whole, governs Its opinions by thn happenings of the hour, vacillating ac cording to the new 8 ticker In Its trdlt!ons of centuries, as easily as the mo-t nervous market that ever operated In Imes of un ci rtalnty. Nothing bo adequately lcrds It self to .1 ready and forceful s'mllo of tho prevailing temper of the Itritlsh ration aa th" pojiul.ir conception of the s'ock market As on the floor, there is a certain small percentage, wllh such huge Interests at stake that they are never budged by ru mors that make or break the smaller fry. Hut these compete the very Inmost ring, and their e.xcluslveness may be Judged from the fact that one never knows when openirg from day to day such solid and conservative Journals as the Times, the Morning Pest or the Standard, whether they ..111 imimiii ..i intiiric utilise the Govern- ! ment In a l.ke maimer, does the tnajority ' of the public opinion s.vay as fanned by news from the freuit Thus it Is well-nigh i impossible to eleiermlne the real feeling toward the admii.i.st'.itiou and the war, iui.i it is still hauler to forecast the result of the debates In Parliaircnt. x 111 Sustain snllsfiurc. Yet. In spite of this tremendous vacilla tion, the Inform itinn which repres. ntatlves ... .v... .......tic...! Pr..d, li.iv. ir.itfcered from I Ul CUV scv, ..... .. . ..w. . I all sorts of source's, tends toward tne tm- . !.. el.., I ..r,l s .hvilmrv tcill COIltlllUO I'll? IU11 fclt'.k .,. . 'u..., . ... ,. not only in power, but. In the matter of votes, with but a slightly diminished con trol, which is tantamount to saini; that the war against the lloers will be purnued to the bitter md. regardless of foreign in terference and whimperings at home. The selection by the War Olllce of Major General Sir Frederick Carrlngton for serv ice at the front, calls out the comment that the Government has rccognlz'-l this olll cer'f" claims at a very late day. consider- ing the- fact that his name is mosi i.ivor I ably known in South Africa, where he I sjient almost his whole military career as a leader of exjieslltiorm. While Sir li"cd- riek Carrlngt' n's billet is at jnesent a tr.vstery to the Knglisli jress. the corre spondent of the Associated Press la able to say thi.t II was not after all at the initia tive of the War Ollice that he was called, and further, that he will be entrusted with ' what will he practically an Independent , command of large proportions, and will nt I tempt to achieve, by means if one of the I m 1st heterogenous forces t ver gathered on the face of the earth, tho gallant objective janjvr' BARGAIN MONDAY With more and "bctter-than-cver" bargains. Be quick and diligent if you wish to participate in the benefits of this Great Tidal Wave of Grand Offerings. Rcmcmhsr To-Morrow. Aleritorious Bargains CKwnsnnn skiht i.immi. IILACK TMIHTA . a. Prr.iAl blur and Uf hi ' I i'fi Ith tvv fn 1 1 tl ty In pi 111 an t cer . u! tl 'ur I 1 m eve, nj; i-l lostumet L' PI fa, t.-i i , n (U'l . . t I' rq ? N 4nJs Uv 1 (pC a ? If 1" m 1.1 m- Soli pr rr it- er lard, soTo.dy i2l p i re 1 c P -fr t -r-1 ff Notions and At Bankrupt Icnrd for c trt'i c i- -!-.. e I. nt .leal. ' card for K irt'Chrkson 5c Hooks and 2wtAayc tor liysn Q t' o'd i ui T, vacAarc lor llysn Cl.irkonv 6c llalr 2 ard tor ri.-te yard for titan. Clarkson's 6c Otndlnx. .1 i tv it.r.s 3juir r Ryan-Clarkvon 10c Corset Q - - n.iv . i i wn t; tiUK .iltl'i aU i par or J?i jn-CMrAson s 0c urc ' AC " w.wiiimi t. 4yMrd tor Ryan'Clarksoa 12 c ldc Q Monair ilt-r"rui- itiasd a i n ir- 4 card far Ryan'Clarksnn's Wc Duplex all i 6 dozen C bes"l I irh r dozen fir Htan-Chrkson's ISc S-loch la .'r iv J Upholstery at Bankrupt Prices. 10c ftr RyanC!arknnM ISc and 20c ArtS lienirnv n ttaiit fu. lipt tr rr mfst y revrsith pallroH f 1) jari wpl-, acd strut V MSt ola,-c 12c or Rtan-Clarkson's 25c Curtain Poies &f- ( aj. wiii ' mj tr tD Hosiery and Underwear I "UJ1V1 J Jw n wk. s 7 14c 19C for Ry an-Clarkson's 21c Hose Ladles' Fast HUC I olloll llise hl.TIi spuvea htel for Rvan-Clarkson JSc Hose-Chll- drei s lIUi s I'otr n Hose fun rejulnr made, doub.e heel and ioi 19 tor Kyan-Clackson's 29c Vests and' (; i-ants - ur. rni s r; ru i moa HiDLea vei.sana 14111. al- s..z?s 21c tor Ryan-Clarkton's JSc Haie-La-its H.: Ho.-, aU vcoA doa !- a el anl tai 75c tor Rj-an-Clarkson's Sl.Ji Union su ts Ulie. J I" ffiiol lufxei I'l.oil Ju't -Oaita cut Broadway, Washington five, small ones, bu: I have little doubt that when any serious naval fighting is to be dr-ne Atrerlc-i will be fuund by Kngla.ul s side. W- are working on toth sides to that end. W"h-n the critb-al time arrives .,n Anglo-Saxon eommonwealth will be no mere sentimetir "Japan won't play that Important Ji.irt in a great tigh for n.tv.il supremacy th it is certain to e-ume as tnanv ima-,lt'e. phe vvlll have to to reskonfd with til Far Kastern Itie-stions. but the great dlffe'rence.s will not arise In the Far Hast. "Germany wants to extend her colonic"! to South America, one of the direc'tons in which she is looking. When she stretches torth her hands to t ike the land, as she Is likely to do before- very long, it xv III be the commence m.-nt of the gr.ate-st naval tight the world has ev. r known. "Kricland means to - e 'hat If any flag files over the whole o: South America it shall be the Stars and Stripes, which car ries with it the same freedom and progress as the Union Jack." hitherto held by the commanders In th Held to b" an impossibility. I'nless Iadysmlth Is ejutckly relieved. th lnt' matioral situation promises to hex of more Interest than the actual operations. The seizure of another German versel. fol luwlrg so clostlv Count von liuelow's busl iii Iike speeih In the Ilel hs'ag vesterdiy. probably will pro luce at leist a keen lnter nitlonai jires vvi.r. and rumors damngli-c to steamer values, if nothing more, though the discr. j.ir" between Court vein ! inf low's sj.e-ch in German nnd the 'cprs,.n tntlons of the Getman Ainli.iv-.nlor tn Lon don, the latter being- extremely concilia tor, form n reasuring circumstance. Mrn ens's Drnlli. The news of the death of C. W. Steevenc. the special coTe'Jion.lent of the Ixindon Dally Mall, from enteric fever. Monday, at Lad smith, has been received with genuine) sorrow In London, where he had msny friends In nnd out of his profes.ion. Mr. Stecvens had a distinguished career at Ox ford. Ills flrft newspaper success was a sertos of letters, which he wrote from America, headed. "The I-nnd ot the Dollar." his last work, before going to the Transvaal, was "The Tragedy of Dreyfus." nnd his leng stay In hot, unsanitary Ilennes. Is thought to have undcrmlneil his e-onstltution to an extent that made him easy prey for th fever. Mr. Stecvens made a romantic mar riage a few years ago. with a Mrs. Hoger son. well known in laindrn socie;ty. Sho was 60 ye-ars of age. and Mr. Stee-vens but V: but the marritge was vtry haj.py. They were elevnt'd to ach other Mr Sto'vcns tisesl to write to her elaily wherever he wa The idea that the Indian Government will shortlv have to buv silver ha stimulate! the demand, linlicatic.r.s that the silver reserve- of th" Indian 1 urrency elejiartment has been heavily depleted and will be further reduiesl. are f. md I't the large silcs, telegraj.hlc transfers upon India, further earmarl.ings of gold for the account of Ihe Indian Government, and the dlspatci of gold direct to India. Our of sixteen and one -half crores of cash reserve only about s. ven crores arc silver. According to the Ptatlt. should a further two millions of god to sent to India dur ing the- next two months, the silver ho'dlng! of the Indian Government prolnbly will be reduced to about four crores. liefore such a figure Is reached j.urchases of silver for coinage ought to be nride. unless the Indian Government Is prepared incur risks wlil-sh might bring disaster. The Ptati't Insists that the Government must buy silver without delay, and have lt coined as quickly rs jsxslble, nnd reasons that India ought not to be tubjecteel to further trials on top of the f.imlie. also jHiintitig out. that, if troubles break out on th.. Afghan frontier, silver alone vvlll hi uab!e. .Slriii-li by it n KiiKine. i Thomas McDonnell, a (switchman, rm ' plovtel by the Mf.ssourl raeitie Hallway Comjiany. was coupling cars In the Shlrmer strc-ct v-arcls last night. whn a locomotlvo struck "him. He was thrown a distance cf thirty feet from the track. Three of !tl3 ribs were fractured, ami he was injured in-ternalls-. He was taken tc hW home. No. I E9M South Urondvvay. Ills condition Is con sidered serous. Easily Recognizable. Winn: uuons. t TOWELS V."f if n Fancy Goods Prices 7rK( far Ifyin-Clirkian's ISc Caslcg C '""- a ' i . J-s -t s set far Kyan-Chrkson's 23c Shell J J 3(2 i nibs. i., ado a." .. i side lomtn a ". i- -e.l 3r for Ilyaa-C arkson's JSc Brushes. iC ' ' tli mt h"e H-ii-H'i K"1 nris'.i -. 1 "7 Mc fjci Air R 3n-Chrl son's 39c Lorgn i ia ns., m irtM ani Mirer Otav ir W.an Clarkson's JOc Shell I- it i i i- . - . -r -' ur..a . . '.'I I- XI i f each for Wyan-Ciarnsoi 'UiC l e l' .a ,s.iai: )ea each for Kyan-Ciarkson's 9c fiarni- i$1.13! for Rj an -CI arkson's S2.25 roun t.n i r ur- '1 h iuodar ro'vn II j.l i .utv r Ovinia n 89c; tor Ran-Clarkson's I1.2S and SI. SO V.u i - nn 1-a u.tal is in ;-- k eJ edp-s (ad 3 , v irds Ion; $1,385 : tor Afrn Clarkson's St.TS. 1 f.'"- l.ical .rtl.tls ex it aal -a.'e uv ri -Kcd ed es n all th? newest erct Table Linens PBapt I " C J ejch tor Ityan-Clarkson's S1.S0 doz 1 ns 1 uu? At -L.;nen n eucacti at. Uamask r rn.sed Napltiss. 23c tsch for Ryan-Clarksoo's J9c Tray t 1 'ths T. a A. 1. nen Hiearhed lletr.s. uched i re lsjt", sorr.e vlta ojea wor yard for Ryan-Clarkson's St.JS Dam sk ...n tt.j. .. 1 1 .en etr teaty i,ji.rv of Hleaihel Dojblc bat.-i lia-nas Table Idien 89c I52.39S dtz. for lyan-Clarkson's SJ-S0 m z. aiMins. 4ui en, jarpr. l.nt-n. nemstiicheu. kuou ijualltT- iPvtri Cnaiii1-"M'CJ''r,1nJ'':i o' CAl'4 OJ.LIUI 4-4 Plain trM Linen In all grades, iljit. medium and heavy neigbt all goat Uankrupt prli.es. and Sf. Gharlss Sf.: TTJO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION. ICE PALACE, Cook and Charming Aves. Skating Day and Night. ADMISSION X CENTS. J' evo r. rtt- of f'irnlture fir JVo cish. houa4 rerri -lie 1 .citer! fuu ut -;- i j-ayirp roerrpr: re ru rp&5 ruM- rarty deeilres to le&9 rilr at en. e !l O lteX'Ublli DEATHS. ItOI. VNlv?tunlv. January-Si. 1A at 4.20 d m Alsrtt stUa tf vtd Jaushter of Arvlr-w J. ana Jtary A. ltoUn.t acM t-ars and II month. run-T.i? fr m fair Iy resi i-iit. ITH North S-irah ftrtt. Mi Tfla Jnurr X. at ! p m.. to SU Mutlipm's ."hurch. thcc to Calvary OmeterT. tN"Ntn-LT n F.aturiay. Jaru-irj- 3 iy. nt 1 v m . -vrtli- l-it.t -laufrhtr f Thiris an! ypr "iRn-II. inI -It r of NII1 Marcl MHU 1rn Anm anj Josie. accd II ear! aiii 7 inontl.ij inaI will takf rUc fr--n th- family reI dnrf, Sf. Ill St. Joseph ftret, on Mon.1i v. Jrfn'iarv TI. at I p. m.. to Annunciation Chair h. thence to Ci lry Cemfterj ORrrn Jaixanr 30. It'OO. t 3:C0 r ru. at r-!-!erre TZZi lici aen'i. Mrs. Kato G. Grut n- Gall, wifr cf t;t l. Grur. Due notice of funeral. MlLNKR-fn "iturv5ar. Jaruary M. 1"0. at $'S n m . after a hort tlineae. Cum K. illiner. axtl 43 vear. lirother of A. N. M!Jnr. Funeral, rrlret- frrm Scott i Lynch's under taking parlor. HIS IaOrujt itreet. Monday, at S p. rn. C.vihotfn. O.. and iIfunflsTlIIe. V. Va. raser plaie cvdt. nni-I.rR SaturJar- January S 13). at 7:V . m . at OKI Monn Io . Kat Keller tne mu. nann. w t" H Ilrilr I'ur.er.il Mn-Iay. JwnLiry 22. at SUb a rr.. from n t. Iul aunw. to t. I-I-orius. 1 urh. i.nc to O.ilvaxy .erat,;trr. IV tndi in vite,! to attcntl. U'lII H'HTIM. Kre! - -hli.-tii'; n --ur.I.v. Januarv X. !. at I 4 i. in., at t;. ase if v3 jiMri Funeral Tnela. January 2. at 1 p. n . frvn r'Unr N Z721 Ni rth Twentieth trt. t I'th!. hm 'hun h. i-'U rlseant ami SsilKbury. theno to New ltethlehetn CVnif-try. STIVKIt t 11 Up m Satunlav, Januarr 2 ID", of .ipp-nilfcttN ICotert T Stiver Aire-l li ers jMn uf Prfer S I Mlur nf Hunker Hill Military rat!m. anl sranIj..n of th- lata Iit?l-r R J Ilrrnby. The funrrat will take rlac- Monday aiternooa to th 'orjrrrtlPral Church. IMilsvllIe papers rp copy. TVOKriNF:n Ertered Into rtst en Satunlay. Januirr D. IV' at 4J v. m.. J. Gabriel Voer" Fiireml fr m reMe-ce. Z& Ilawthome avenu. Taeaa January 23. at 2 p. n. J'eir otlier clrtitll neitlcea. Mm' if Pnrt Tno. nee IaRe Turned In In th" course eif ; Hint roll. rush for Mojvenlr at the Oul' k Jleal ciimloves' ba'l In th" I.ieder- kranz II ill. at Thirtenth am! Chotiteati ave nii", I.' st night, a woman falntesl sjlirne ona turiie-d in a riot call and a seiuad of police men responded from the I'eitir Court. The re vv as no need of the officers. Thev rutin I a woman amontr the dancers, however, who was dressed in lpiy's cIothC9 anil made her uon feminine attire. Six pellets or "77" every thirty min utes will break up" a fresh Colli or a "touch" of the Grip in twenty-four hours. Six pellets of "77" every hour will "break up" a hard stubborn Cold that "hangs on" and "knock out" the Grip with all its pains and soreness in tho head, chest and back. Catarrh and Soro Throat. How? Ily restoring the checked circu lation (indicated by a chill or shiver) starting the blood coursinj; through the veins and so "break up" the Cold. Ask your druggist or send for Dr. Ilttm phreys'Manual, free tells about the care and treatment of the sick iu all ailments. Humphreys' Homeopathic Medicine Co, Cor. Wlll.am A Jr.rn Sts.. X. Y GRIP BRBB A M A vi A if