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THE KEriTBLTC: SUNDAY, JANUABY 21. 1900.
Underwear. From 8 to 10 We offer you choice of a Mlf table loaiieil wiin lau es nd Children- Wool and Klt(f rnd e 'niton Vesis -iud l'lats. wurlh up to II J .it each N Ladies' Vests. Machine Thread. Placquet Sets. Embroideries. Window Shades. Children's Furs, i; S FramKtnin vn,1f.r mmmii? we'll From 8 to 10 Monelav we offer Kinc's From 8 to 10 n. m. Monday 50 cross ? From 8 to 10 Monday vie offer fine From 8 to 10 On 3d floor 3x7 feet. From 8 to 10 Children's fancy white I sell Ladies' Jersev Ribbed I-levee f 7 well-known machine thread, n P ) of -ilk Covered Hulion Pucqiici pr Y inbroi.lcrles. up UT tncbes Me. S ) opaque window ahaaea. In all colors.- S l3ib fur nets- ma! and collar P f a Wit table liia.ie.1 wiin M - fl i until VtLsanil fhilinii s 1 i'ere L ax) yur: spools-black or white) W S Sets. In colon, only, and aetuil L, f MlehtlT soiled iro worth full T I'0oU J raoanteid on best sprini; rollers. I ( ' to match worth .."vc-ln baio- ' lf J and Children- Wool and H-ee- JP n.a in..,.. o,.- v.. ,n.i 1 S -.ill .....nivrs. at FOCIi spoola ll S It worth is at H S t !,. , ,.. t fron. t 10 181 w thHituiescomnete. witUr I 7 L I ment from to I'J p A .ll S I'n-I lotton f iiid 1'i.its. Z, 7L ( Pants, worth 13r- u each .. j !ur i '" . S l""r v-ir" S 1,rl'-''',JO ruIC to ' 'acn " e V A V AJ V ...A VxW klvl i ukukl... ,,,, v -. :fc 'J. Pocketbooks and Leather boons. s a wo-,. tMrt of o pmuni .t.U? AVtm. r :nt?.33?5ES'N -J ', "'r ";:" -." A:. .1 v-fis is. tasssiiEiafiaasMngi RaaESsaesaPiViKivi ya mporr. ,rprc,enrn liquidation. & C Iffi JmSVWW 'I J HF MSHfTw VWM ) If k N W 7 ijdlf lie it uji. t.3f jif t.iiiiv. ui i. r (jiLflu l K rlCdnrW 2 ff K7 I W r tiMJa B B97 V 0 pv jf jf"TM I i IkvoCSrii -.-CzJ' black, mode. tan. brown and red : I K, . . m SsJlr S s n S iLSf A '8 B .&3w S V',,,&i-.'!r vr. I.. A --;--. iflL A f-Vrr?I35C?,iiVS'-33W JKSm9tmmtm lTi Z-SMi J 1v'NX embroidered either In black or self i Sj ' '"cl "-a llttr iKWilfiVgWaSr wtM" i"-'rI-snaM" R&! v .15 J L J! color, and fastened with 2 clasps S lt. fZfo ttZgSbtbBrreZY genuine SI.2S Gloves, and worth -iM tWfil tjf&f!!!1 " " , i-rrv rrnt nf thnt nmount. Think Of buvinST SUCtl T I f vU ;' qualities at the insignificant price, per pair 1 J7 Is . 4 r -m broadway M Washington. A j v .VJ mM? New Spring Silks. -Just a taste of the feast Advance showing of coming fashions- of beauty that'll soon be here ! Pretty Corded Wash Silks, in new spring colorings checks, stripes and plain white cords. We have only loU pieces ot wis wmen just arrived, anil which e offer Monday in two lots at, per yard, -49c and New Printed Japanese Habutais, in small but very stylish figured and polka-dot effects. This will be much -norn mis season, ooin ior mn uress ana waists, and is splendid value at, per yard 200 pieces of new Taffetas, in the latest shades for 1P0O. These silks will be more popular than ever this season, and are of extra good quality; as 7 C a special for Monday we make the price, per yard DL A small shipment of soft, silky Crepe de Chine, in all the most fashionable and coming shades, as well as in p'lain black, crramor white, a splendid silk Q C for evening wear and worth much more than our price, per yard OjV 39c lka-dot 59c " Petticoats. As usual, the Grand-Leader Is the first to show the exquisite new spring garments, though of course only a few of each style have yet arrived, from which we select the following as being spe cially deserving of attention : Petticoats of fine Coutille or Sateen, in solid colors and black, attractively trimmed with colored band, having Spanish flounce, and some with ruffles and cording; gar ments for nhich you would expect to pay S1..5; flQ Grand-Leader price .. "OL sBeautiful Colored Petticoats of fine quality Coutille, in um- 'brella style, in cardinal, bine, cerise or violet; daintily and stylishly trimmed with three ruffles; $2.50 (jj 1 H would'be a low price; here Monday at . U) I J Petticoats oi Black Mercerized Sateen, having umbrella fl ounce, both .ounces. with 22 cords, stiffened and faced. Also Coutille Petticoats, iwth flounces of silk-striped moreen, cord ed and velvet-bound; actually worth 33.50; sale price Monday.... Extra SDCCial 20 dozen Umbrella Style Petticoats, of the new Silk Moreen, Z-. in all the new and exquisite shades of green. Mue, cerise, fuchsia and lavender, corded, faced and velvet bound; a regular $4.00 petticoat, for Monday, the one day only, remember, the price will be, each ..... ......... ..... ....... . ..... .... New Dress Goods. n r$ A Sweeping Clearance Sale of Ladles' Jackets. Capes. Cillarettes and Winter Garments at MUCH LESS THAN ACTUAL COST TO USt Unparalleled prices that'll provoke unprecedented buying! Cost or real worth no longer considered! We are overstocked, and to Insure the selling of every garment we have cut prices ruthlessly recklessly torn point far below that at which such up-to-date, stylish, desirable garments were ever before offered! It will certainly pay you, and pay you well, to Investigate these bounteous and matchless bargains. From S to 10. We will sell 100 Ladies' 22 inch Plu-.li Capes, edged with ThiUt fur iud north S2 -30, just from s to 10. 7 r ench J1- From 10 to 12. Long Cloaks for girls of G to 11 vcirs, having large storm collars .iii-l 1 iip"S a splendid spei ial, on sale oulv from 10 to 12, at f f) cvii ' yoc From 2 to Dress Skirts, Ladies Plaids in grav, bin percaline lined and Wnt iuu pleated Ui. k. worth 1X00 from lo-l.tarh. in Brazilian , brown, etc., with the new . $1.50 $2.49 auk Moreen, blue, cerise, .00 petticoat, $2.98 Already the pretty spring fabrics are beginning to arrive. Here are two splendid values we couldn 't resist printing, together with some startling offers in Winter Dress Goods bargains no other St. Louis store will care to equal. New Crepons 20 pieces just received of 42-inch Black English Crepons, in pretty styles for spring of 1900, imported to sell at $2.00; our opening ( - ( r" price, per yard J) 1 J New Venetians A small shipment of Venetians and Broadcloths, in the coming spring shades, including the new pastel colors. These goods have a beautiful satin finish, and were imported to sell at $1.75; Monday we will (p-l -in sponge anil shrink them free of charge at, per yard I$1.1V Black Suiting 16-inch satin-finished Figured Rep Suiting, equal in ap- f Q pearance to any 76c quality; while it lasts Monday, per yard .wOC Cheviot 41-inch All-Wool English Storm Cheviot, in navy blue or black, guaranteed not to spot; Monday, ready sponged and shrunk, 1 p at, per yard 40C Black Sicilian 18-inch brocade silk-finished Sicilian, one of the raot desirable dress fabrics shown this season; really worth S1.00; our special price, r A. peryard jUC In Casement. Dress Ooods 33-inch Plaid and Novelty Suiting, suitable for school -jft dresses, etc, and formerly sold up to 35c; Monday, in basement, per yard i Jv Linings One case of 30-inch Mercene Linings, with a finish very similar to taf feta silk, but softer, and suitable for lining all kinds of dresses; other 1A. houses ask 19c; our price, per yard lUC 6H So.OO Ladies' Jackets. S1.9S. Good Warm Jackets of mel tons, kersevs and bourles in double-brrastcd and iox coat effects, with good hni-igs, ami worth up to .50.00, choice. $1.98 $7.50 Ladles' Jc-ckcts,S.L 98. Stlish Jackets of kerevs, boucles and beaver's, in t.m. cantor, Mai-k or blue, linivl with silk roinaiunt-. and for mcrly sold up to 7.50; choke. $3.98 $12.00 Ladles' Jackets. $5.00. mt s2f $7.50 Over 300 Jackets of all-wool kersey or cheviots, in tan, castor, black and blue, with strapped or tailor stitched seams, lined with silk or satin, and lor- (p On merly sold up to $12.00; choice . . . .vPO.UU $15.00 Ladles' Jackets, $7.50. Our entire stock of Jackets formerly sold at S12.50 and 315.00. made of heavv kersevs. cheviots, e?:etiins and coverts, in 4 or 6 button box co.it styles, lined with rich taffeta silk; choice . . $35.00 Jackets, $12.50. Your choice of any Cloth Jacket in the house, includ ing our finest imported garments, some with real Per sian and marten collars, garments pre- (T 1 ") fA viously sold at $25.00 and 3-5.00; choice...) I . DJ Fur Collarettes. We are overstocked on these goods and in order to re duce the quantity, have cut prices to below original t ost. $10.0) Collarettes at ?5.00 $15.0() Collarettes at .SiLOS $22.00 CoIIaretl.-s at 9 )S $25.00 Collarettes at SI 2. 50 $5.00 Plush Capes. $2.98. An odd lot comprising only oneor two of a kind in various st les and lengths, formerly s-olil up to S6.O0, (j n (Q while they list CpZ.O $8.00 Plush Capes. $4.98. 27 anil 30 inches long, either plain or jetted, edged with fur and haMtig large storm collar and si'.k serge lm- (Pi (Q I 1 ing; choice. $4. 7 0 " $13.50 Plush Capes. $S.75. Mill if .trfi it,;ilt- 1 SJ Plush, niccK braided and jet ted in stjltsh patterns, edged with Thibet lur and satin lining; formerly $13.50, now. $24.00 Fur Capes, $1.1.30. Wlfc $8.75 These are 25 inches long, made of good qualitv XXX Iilectric Seal, and formerly sold only about ten left and offer vour choice at up to $21 GO; we have $13.50 $30.00 Fur Capes, $16.75. 30-inrlt Klectric Seal Capes, with large storm collar and lined with Skinner's satin; formerly $30.0 ). choice now at $16.75 $ .0.00 Fur Cap;s, $23.00. Onlv three of these left, but they are beauties. 30 inches loner, of XXX Electric J-c.-il and lined with varn-dved satin; choice. . . $25.00 $3.50 Collarettes at $1.4S $5.00 Collarettes at $1.9s $ri.50 ColUrettes at $2.05 $7.50 Collarettes at ?3.9S $15.00 Long Ulsters for $7.50. Onlv about fifteen of these stylish garments left; they are made of plaid back tan covert cloth and (J J PA sold formerly at $15.00. Mon l.u to close, at tj)JU T.ntlrc sample line of the foremost I'ockethook manufacturer Ins W.r York, consisting of iiDwarJ of W.O'M pleas, Inzludinf l'-:ket- hooks. Card Case Combinations, Hill Hooks, Children's Pocket hooks, Cigar Cases, Shopping Hags, Music Rolls, etc. All styles and kinds of Leath ers, plain or with sterling silver corners or ornaments. Divided for quick selling , Into six lots (fl V....r pSJI LOT 1. Torth 2S-. at '.OT t. worth ?3. s LOT 3. ortli 'o .ac LOT A. i.rth to (1 V, LOT wn-th toll SS. LOT worfh to 10c 18c 35c 50c 75c $1.00 Dress Trimmings. 250 pieces of Hand-Embroidered Silk Applique Trimmings, dainty Silk-Embroidered Chiffon Trimmings, handsome Spangled Bands and Trimmings, Spangled Combina tion Trimmings, and various other odd pieces, worth up to S2..50 peryard. Take your choice of them all Monday at, peryard 49c Jewelry. Odd pieces of all sorts, such as Lace Pins, Ilrooches. etc., in rolled plate, enameled, with Rhinestone and colored stone settings In knot, jeweled, wreath and other fashion able patterns. A beautiful assort ment of more than 5,000 pieces, priced as follows for Monday: I qJ I Worth up to 75c, , at .... Lot 2 wrtn up to s1-"-5 at ... I nt 3 Worth up to h2Ll $3.50, at . 25c 50c $1.00 Laces, Etc. 25c eluding nts and Jl I to 3 49c Shirts at One-Third. W-'ifPli.'i.B IW 1 W&fe ; ; . : ' k ' VMS . . ' ' I Hi .. iiiiitfi Winter Shoes for Ladies and Children. Ladles High Lace and Button Shoes, of dongola kid, with me dium and narrow coin toes, including some with patent leather tips; worth $1 DO and $2 00. These are broken lots, in sizes mostly from 2 to 4, but including some up to S Sandals 179 pairs Ladies' Strapped Sandals, with bows and buckles, including French Heel Opera Slippers, in sizes 3 to S Oxfords Lndies' Hand-Turned Oxfords, being samples from Hamilton-Brown Shoe Company; sold regularly at S2.00 nisses Vici Kid Lace and Button Shoes, with spring heels, in sizes 11 to 2, and worth $2.00 Youths' Satin Calf and Box Calf Lice Shoes, in sizes 9 to 13, with coin or bulldog toes; real value $1.25 Choice. Monday, per rilr 77 $1.35 Ladles' Shoes Of Fine Dongola Kid, in laced or button styles, with kid or patent leather tips, wide or coin toes, in all sizes, from 2U to 8; made to sell at $2.00; price, per pair. . Patent Leather A special lot of Ladies Patent Leather Lace Shoes, having either kid or fancy vesting tops. We also include with these a splen did assortment of Ladies' Finest Vici Kid Lace Shoes, hand-turned welt, flexible soles and coin or bulldog toes. In this lot you will find every size and width, and 14 different and distinct stvles from which to choose. Not a shoe in the lot worth less than $2.50. and some of them up to S J. 50. our choice, per pair $1.98 Hi ,CSir2w J?-. tlv A r -c cjtmnfi lines of Men's and Boys' Shirts x$ j win be on sale nere Monaay in j WIS. nuy a year a aupftiy nowl You'll never find better values, we warrant you! LOT NO. 1 73c Men's White Shirts with finey colored s front.-. .... ... TV M-n -1 fancy colored NRlKee Shirts Choice 7 Men's fancy Percale Shirts with collars nttacbul I Monday, 7-.y Mitti'M Vor.ll:..... Kl,lr. -rvlth collars at- tarh-'ii (Oc Men's fancy NfRilcce Shirts fc Men's fancy detached Nfrtlcee Shirts.. 4ic Hoes' fancy Percale Shirts Um .Men's white unlaundtred Drc- Shirts... 25c LOT NO. 2 J1.I5 Men's fine white l-iiin'lrred Dr.f-iN Shirts .4 n- ., .... ,1.... .....Ib.... A.n.1. .'nntl.. CV..V... l .. !. Zl .III"- .lidUi.U) lULll ..".SilK" .Iti.i l?" f . . I1.2T, Men's fancy bosom Dress Shirts -tlOtCC Jl.i Men's Madras cloth Shirts with collar! Monday, UllllCIl". ..................... , J113 Mens ZsecllRee Shirts with 2 collars f f and cuffs ( -U"' $100 Men's white, laundered Dress Shirts V J J V ;ic .urit e" uuiauiiuriru .Mum iii? oniikD, Tc Men's fancy 1'ercalo Shirts Abo many other small lots. LOT NO. 3 Jl 50 Men's fancy Madra.1 stiff Hosom Shirts Jl.W Men's nne white Dress Shirts I Jl SO Men's extra size white Dress Shirts, collars attached I JIM Men's white china silk Puff Ilosonil Monday, Shirt JIM Men's fancy Silk Front Shirts JIM Men's fancy colored Itody Dresal Jhl 1 JLIJ Men's white laundered Dress Shirts ... Jl.S. Men's line Madras NcKllgee Shirts j Ato many other small lots. Choice i 59c Sn the Basement. would seem almost impossible to heat our previous magnificent values In this popular base ment salesroom of ours, hut we do so to-morrow, as the following big bargains will abundantly testify: Special rrom 8 to 10. I55ji0.-J rillim.) Fine aualltv alNMnen white H-mtltcheJ5s-arfs l172rlSxS4lnch really w orth up to St. 25 a limited quantity from 8 to 'J I in Jay. ' at, each J Sprrinl- Irom H to 10. J J .J. MiiMiriltrj ilUJ. J ; Onlv one cave o( genuine. S J rJ-IJr. IllenclieitJ t "Wam-utu t'lu.lln, with I orizlnal ticket on each i f-lece others ak 15c - t lere Irom .s to 7 ( 10, per jarJ 2Vr 25c Pillow Cases Extra good quality ready-made Bleached Pillow Cases, 42-36 inches and worth 10c, at, each .... C a I I c o One case of best Dutch Blue Calico. 7-S vard wide, and worth 12S.c; Mon- Z I- day 0'2C Cambric 2 cases of fine Lonsdale Cambric, pres ent market price 10c; our special price . . . Madras A small lot of finest imported S i 1 k -Striped Madras Shirting. in heautllul light color ings, worth 25c; per yard Sateen Finest import ed Mercerized Sateen, in solid colors and black. wortu 30c; at India Lawn Very finest imported 40-inch White India Linen, well worth 45c; Monday, per yard Nainsook Soft finish No. 150 White English Nainsook, put up espe cially for us in 12-yard pieces, worth at least $2; Monday 12 yards for. 6c 6c ot of "olor- 10c mport ecn, in black. 12lc ry finest i White II worth 25c . finish English p espe-12-yard $1.50 15c Towels Best Towel ever sold at the price, fancv woven nll-Iinen Damask I luck Tow els of laige sue and of pretty lionlers, worth 2"ic, cah Damask -5S-inch heavy Bleached Table Damask, worth 50c; at, OC per yard . J , Damask Heavy 61-inch all-hnen IrMi Table Damask, worth PA. 75c, at. peryard. J jt Napkins Fine all-linen Bleached Damisk Din ner Napkins of extra heavv quality and worth $1 35'. " mday. CQr per do.Ti . y O L Table Sets All-linen Table Sets, consisting of one cloth 2's arils long and 12 fringed napkins to match, all packed in neat box, worth 82.50; Monday, per Q f Organdy Mill-ends of 40-inch imported White Organdv, worth - f 30c. at' .. -1UC Dimity 38 pieces of fin-st genuine Irish Book-Fold White Dimity in small cnecKeu ellects, worth .wc; per vard ... 19c Laces Fancy Laces, Silk Appliques, Vinio II. n l Oriental Lares. Point de l'.ir.s Lao-. nnt M. ll.in Tr ra- -J f ir.'nis. teal t worth up to 7c: vholie 1 Uf Mon'l.v rr urO - 500 pieces of heavy linen hand-made l.ircnoi ana .,iru ci j.hcus u-j iu nun utile Hid suita.li e for skirts, cur Uins ir f mrv wr. wenh up to Uc at iier vant. Remnants Of finest Laces, including alo .i i . i-i-llfliiw-. Tnnim.nit". l-r nts anJ Y k 1- eces r.itzizirb- in lr.irth from I to 3 vi-rils. an1 wrih repilnrlr up tJ ?." Moiilu. w tuie they last, per p c-c All-Overs 10) pieces of I'jn.-y All-Orers. In black Venice lace sl!-OTer anil stripes or In b-a itlful Itonalssanco lac: effects. worth up to I1.2S. nt, p-r yard Evening Dresses Handsome Gauze ETcn lr Dresses, exquisitely embroidered with Kena.s s mce braids .irit chenille. formerly son up win; Moncar. wh le thy last, salt iNVTiiil (MSXy 69c $5.98 Drapery Dept. Sofa Pillows Large unfilled pillows of l-renchaieensanil I tncytretannes n ne patterns an I clor frs iirc are rer-rs'b.e mil fin sfl-i with it rjble. ru21"s. formerly 3"c. Mot liv. ei Velour 2S-inch Velonr and Titian I'lush in brls'ut colors and p-etty !-.lns. s-: t ib'e f..r upliol-terinc 1'irn.t'Jie, sofa p Hows, nmbrequns. etc.. wort1! up "... ?l ; at. p. r ard Couch Covers -Larpe reversible couch cover-of ri. e tarestrT in floral Or'nt,land I'erlin oe.jas trnce an arcu d ind worth up to t5iw Monday each . Portieres - Satin finished Tapestry l'.rt . In Tur lsh ana Hac.lad cles iris w.th d-eo i"ailo asl .mntteit fc.u.'e it top inJ bottom, worth M i'. at p r yjri Keil French Tnpestrv I'ortierea of extra h-avv qualitv In bemtiful. rich rt'slsns inl rolorlncs. with deep tassel. frlnje and dado -it top and bot tom really worth I7..MJ. perpr. 15c Titian !. .ins. 39c le couch nt.J and $2.50 1 Tapestry $1.75 re of extra l (Vslsns nn-1 $3.75 Gas Fixtures Reading Lamps (! is Lsirps. Willi lcr.nes. cnt buri-i-r- whit hdes a-.d b.lscbe .m-t ivlta 8 foot of tub liir. other stores as'. fSJS Grand Leai-'cr nnc On 4th Floor. Wevt Aisle. $1.39 e45c T 1 1 YteTyBthP, sjs Hs3EaMfe w ml X . q . Fixtures One- lnrbt Gas Fixtures, of solid brass. 3o inches lone nJ worth f9c . ltxbt Ctandellers of solid bravs. 3&-!n. Ion? and worth 1.N) 3-liitht Chandeliers of solid brass. ?8-in locir. and vrorth t.T. at ... Oas Aiantles United Gas Man tles, worth l.V at Cosmopolitan Gas Mantles, worth 50c. 1 Of. at I''- 99c S1.98 9c An Immense Sole of Graniteware "Seconds." A grand opportunity to buy Kitchen Utensils at about half regular prlcesl Five carloads of "Seconds, " bought right at the factory, anJ now being sold on our Fourth Floor at these exceedingly low prices: fll?jjyfA..E - HNDuTiV Rice Boilers. Tea Kettles. l-.-qt- sae worth 33." at 25o N'o. 6 wor-.h 43c at 290 ;-qt size worth vVc at 39c No. T worth Mo at 460 J',-qt size worth. ". 4ac No S worth fPe.it . . 53o Sauce Kettles. A qt. Llprel Sauci KettVa Morth-"ai 5o fen Tea Pots. "-qt. sl7e worth C0" at 3-qt sire worth We a! 4-qt sz; r.orih 4?c at. I5c 9s 31c Coffee Pots. ? q ize worth ??c at s 7e ior ic at -ire wjrth 4?j at 29c SIC Coffee Boilers. N s ; -rt-i 13 at No. .'o tb a V I. Ktt!e;. 29- 43o Water Pails. -eaciless Gnnit Iron 12-qt. sire vro-th :V it 333 U ql slzi; w.irtu it..- at 59o Basting Sposn. II turn's lo-ii mi w .rth re giilarlr l'e: Muntar ,7o Drinking Cups. Molding I pint .1 ia sold 'jsu aliiati-c .Moulir ..3c Sauce Pan.;. Itcrli.i auci l'an- with 2 qt si- Torth 3; at...9 j 3-ij' s.7- worth C!; at. 25c Dish Pans. 1,,-qt -lie irth 3kt at .19c li nt s 7. wirtn 4.1? at 23-IT-qt sz'wortl 9 at 43; l.-rli iuceKettl? with co.-rs - I-qt sii worth lie at 29o S-qt. si wiirth 'c st 33- 7-i! -if x. tV -?c at 43o C!tamb;r Pails. II rniieur-rs ail hildlra lqtiir"s r.ruIarpr.c'.'.Vo: Mosl-iT. .393 MISSOURI UNIVERSITY NOTES AND EVENTS. MAJOR EDMONDS WILL RE SIGN FROM CADETS. Second Semrster Will Resin Jnnu- arvJ'l Subjects for Intcr- colk'giate Debutes. fJTECIAL. COnansrONDENCE. Columbia. Mo.. Jan. If. Major It. S. Edmonds, who has hatl charrje, of th university cadet battalion for some time, has signified his Intention to resign at the openlnc; of the second semester. Major Kdmonds has been a most efficient olliter oml la well liked by the privates. Major Kdmonds's retirement will necessitate sev eral chances In the battalion. Captain W. G. Seward, who Is ranfcinc Captain, will become Major and Kiri-t Lleuteuant and Adjutant Charles S. Uullnir will be made "aptain. Several other chances will bo made further down the line Commandant W II Turner delivered an Inlerrstlnc and Instructive lecture to th battalion this week. Tho enrollment In the military department Is nearly 173, by far the largest In its hlMory At a meetlns of the battalion this week strong resolutions were passed askinc the faculty to clve credit for work dotio In the military dtpartment at the rate of one hour lor three i.peiit In drilling. This is the .same amount of credit as is given for work (tone in the gjmasium. Lieutenant A. ltat,sett. L. L'tley and K. F. Cameron were appointcil a committee to present the resolutions to the facult. A re.-otutlon was also passed decl.irlnc tne sentiment of tho battalion 10 be against following equeMrian pursuits, during examination week. The regular ir.Idvcar examinations began I'rlday, January la. and will continue until tlu Jmh. The second ?eiiie!ter will begin January ZL The enrollment for the present semester has reached 791. Doctor John 1'ickard Is going to take his art class to St. Louis, to visit the museums and art galleries there In a week or two The sjbj.ct for the enlor law thesis has been Miecled. It is "The Hlght of Sub rogation. Including the Mode of E-iforcIng It." The contest is open to the members of the senior law class, and the prize Is a handsome library of law hooks. The theses ar- to consist of twenty pages of type writing (exclusive of notes. Iime. etc) V) words to the page, and not to excied thlr-t-flv- pages in any case. The theses are to be de.nated by a motto and thlt. motto also v.rltten on tho outside of a sealed en velope in which Is the writer'.-" name. The theses are to be handed in by noon on May 1. 1300. A good many of the law students are going to enter the contest. The debate between the KansaCUy Law School and the Hliss Lyceum, which his been hanging In the balance for some time, has at Inst been arranged The questi .n H "Hesolved. that combination' of trades. duiominatc.1 us trusts, are Injurious to pub lie welfare" The IHIs has the affirmative Mile of the question, and will he r. pr s nted by Corlev. Marsh and Wagner The debate will take" pla.e on the evening of Ktbruary Zl at some intermediate point, nut d.linitely agreed upon. Arrangmients for the Wisconsin debate are being perfected as rapidly as possible. The debate (.. "pen only to members 'if the law department. It was at lirst dec tiled tn hold a prelirr.lnarv to -el.s.t .1 speaker, but list Saturda night it va voted to " cnsl'ler this action and el-, t tile deti.it) rs. Kendlcn. Conrad and Nelson vvert el -t-i-The qu. stlon of the debate is about tne same as the Mlsouri-Kansa.s debit.-. "Hi solved. That the retention of -he Philippine Islands will operate lnjurio'iIy ti. the Cnited States." Wlscon-in will have ih choice of sides The debate will -lob.ibly take place at some intermodule po.r.t, but 110 place has been select d. At Its last meeting the ljllss Lvceum elected the following officers for the next period of six woks: I'resi.I-n;, Itennlci.; vice president. Johnson; attorney. Jur.can; sergeant-at-arms. UifTerty; critic. Marsh; Fred Duncan n signed his mcml'cr.l,i1 in tho Hliss. The committee appointed by the senior academic class to draw up a program lie r the senior class daj, which will oe pan of the commencement week programme, made Its report this vve.ek The prognmme -s as follows Class poem. J. K Die iter, addrtss to president and faculty, J. S. Maddox, ora tion at Jefferson monument. Merce- Arnold; Ivy oration. Miss Emily Guitar; clais hls- t"ry. A C. Ficklln; class prophecy. Itudo'ph Kllen.-liuiMt, "Hollins Fl'iil" an athletic address). T. I Howard, ode. Miss M .ble "helps, the. old urlversltv bell. Mls Ultzcn; marshal of the day, G Harlow. ew Mlssnnrl Corporation. IlKJ't lll.tc Pl'Kl'IAI.. Jefferson City. Mo.. Jan M Certificates f in. ..rporation were !sued by Secretary cf St it. j siieur to-.lav a- follows: s'i.t !-.., 1, nnrt Zln. " rn-sinv of Car lh5 rapital l i.-k. $l.i" Incorr-.rjtnrs r. 11. el. n.nir n J, hn He kit. Jr . J. " l,w and otherr H- t!i II..tnvr e". rf.e e'onn.nv f S". I.mls. eai'itil Xf?v. $" Ini .,r-nrat'rs rresjrirk It.lt,. Richard Hall II A It'm'ver and J 11. Ilr .wn. It.b e.--Hrlfc L'im'r e'nmnnv nf Pt. I.ul. -ji Ital Ffs k J2i '. Inc rrvramrs J. A. Itehiesi. llenrj e; Unites and J e! ilr '.'! Ail'-shenv I-a,l and Zinc e'.,nip.vnv of Joplln. canitpl FlrcK. Si' ix Incnriinitnrs 11. W. ltth- r Jr. .1 J V.atklns and I'. K. HUir. I'.tulnrr-h!i'l Tabl- e'.imn.nv e-f t Iul: i-irntil ta k si.fr.i. in rrr vt ,rs A P in'i-H'-K'T. Allsrt Mat-M Win shell and ei A. J!.,h Hnger 1 .le Minufa-tuttnB Commnv of Kansas Citr. rii'i .il st. i:. Jjienti. Incorpcntep" U. 1. Ievol. el II 11. . 11. s;t kelv nn.1 others. Th Jrirmlnrt.m Teienh.ne Comranv of rarm lnttin. capital st cl.. I'.e-.i lnr-nrators Mrs A e" wvtier. T 1". TUc Vim. M Harlan an1 M. P. e -iv re Tlie e nisollJat..! ftubbr T.re Companv of Xew JerFev nie-l evidence ef 1-corr-iratton. ranltal stt-k l",k.i,y.. ni whti-h " ".s ts to be employed in is. sIat.. nf Misnuri. with headquartera In the city nt St I-u mm MR. SPRAGUE SAYS Sixteen germ-proof filters supply pure water for all purposes at the Delicatessen. HOWARD COUNTY PRIMARY. Democratic Central Committee De tet mines I'lnm Mn.v ."). Rni'rni.u" si'nci.w Fajette, Mo.. Jan. 3. The Howard County Democratic Central Committee met at the Courthouse to-elay and set Sat urday, May S, as the date for holding the primary election to select candidates for ;..' Democratic tl.ket at the election next fall. V. A. Masslr- and N. P. Frasler were el.'cted committeemen to nil vacancies ..ui-ssl bv the resignations of W. I). Settle and D. T. Gre-en eif Chariton and 1'ralrle townships, respectively. Messrs. X. I Todd. G. S. Tutt and N'. V Frasler were appointed to draft rules and re gulations governing the primary, and the. committee will m-'ct th" first Saturday In February to adopt th same. Take the Dixie Flyer for Tampa. Ilaaourt Supreme Court. iti:rrnLic special. Jefferson City. Mn. Jan. . Division N'o. 1 of tho Supreme Court to-day completer! the call of tho docket for the January call cf the October term, and adjourned to Feb ruary .". vvhe-n opinions may be expected In the cafres argued at this time. The following were the proceedings to elay Hachl vs. Gulon: argued an4 submitted, state ex rel. Yocum vs. State Board of Dental Exara lcera: continued to Acrll terra. Jlowelaaa v.. St. Ixul. and Subu-ban Italin id. atmltied rn brte-fs s-.rt. n v-. Mi'"t"lMl Itle.r rtn.l lle-n T :rc rti..,ej v.uitiuur.1 it. Aurii Innitfi -livu-latlon Nallonvl Ilank ef e'nun.rrr v llruna w ek Tr.barc, Wiks. arsue-1 an 1 submittesl. W. LrSHERBURNEDEAD. DistingiiisIieJ Himself in the LMiil iiiines Campaipi. repuhlic srrs-iAi. Topel.a. Ka; . Jan 31. Walter I.. Sher burne, late ef the Twentieth Kansas, died here this morning. Ills home Is at Illue Itaplds. Sherburne was sick en route from Manila, and when the re-glment arrived at Topeka h wa.s taken to a hospitl. His army record was very good. lp ren dered ells'tlngulshf.l services at Cnloocan. Mllltnr.r Conimlsalons I. sued. RCPI IIIJC SI'IXIAU Jefferson City. Mi.. Jan. 31. Military commissions were 1'sue.l by Govtrnor Stephens to-day ns follows: Frank A KHsworth. Captain of Went worth Military Academy, with rank from January 1. K"). W. K. Glbbs, Captain: R. B. I.ecds. First Lieutenant, and I. I". Speldel. Second Lieu tenant of Company F of the Fourth Ilegl ment. N. 1. M.. all to rank from January 1. imo. The Dixie Flyer. Solid trains St. Louis to Jacksonville, Fla.. via Nashville. Chattanooga and At lanta, every day by the IlUnoU CcntrmL I DIED OF LOCKJAW. Lewis J. Monroe Was ArciMentally Shot a Week Ago. Wichita. Kas.. Jan. ax l-wls J. Monro, a member of the I'aul Gl:mnr.' Dramatic Company, was taken to the Si. Francis Hospital here this morning, ami .lied at noon of locklaw. tho re- jit of .in accidental shot In his hand a w.-ek aKi, Within ttn last vve-ek thre-e members e.f th company have been accidentally shot, among them I'aul (illmore himself Gllmore and one e.f ...-, ..V.I.JI-., isaviu liaipe'ri. vvno Itgnt a eiuel In one of the companj's plays, were given loadeil revolvers b mistake of the prop erty man in the opera-Iioi.se at Phoenix. Ariz., last week, ami each shot the other. Indicting serious wounds.. Gilmore ls In a hospital. A day or two later .Monroe, who Oleel to-day. was shot In th hands In an Arkansas town. Karmen Institute Closed. RETI'IIMC SPHflAU Marshal. HI.. Jan. . The Farmers' Insti tute closed Iwre to-day. Lectures were de livered yesterday and to-day by Professor Shoop of Paris. K. Davenjwrt of Urbana. II. D. Watson of Clinton. D. I. Dusscan of Selma, O. A. Willwarth of Seneca, I. W. Cain of Casey, and D. Mcintosh of Cham paign. Want Rnral Mull Delivery. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Mount Vernon, III., Jan. 3. Postmaster S. IL Watson Is making an effort to eatab llsh th fra rral dtliverj arstam oar ore. c