Newspaper Page Text
THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1900.
a. .'Tft'' ''VIVO,
i r-jrt-' hi t "-' v
14 II !l M s
llcte's the "Paddock" the
latent, and s.vi;!lest thing in
Take half an hour to-day and
look at this line at $'20.
Singio-lmastod. tly-trunt -.tvlp,
with flarinc bklrt midu of fni
: 'itt d rousli-JinNh jtr.iv tvvill.M
'i.viot ln-ed with trlpli. twill
liali.iu-silk voKtt i.ill.ti hm I
in.id buttonhole nt!ti si. ovp
lining. sItk tim-li .1 with
tiffs tailored In thu height of
slvle and cj.ee llencv.
Swell custom tailors can not
duplicate them for less than
twice our price.
And here is every other fash
ionable stvle at equally rea
iole AgetUs ' IsROADWW $
lor Rosjer. IV et WD Z
&Co,N. . MORGAN. 0
1'arr' are slievvlnc an"omo llns of new
coodi for the Fill ard inter of l&K) Evcrj
department h-is n-ade etraordicary rfforts
to prepare for the busiest season in the his
tory of Cart's Early -election is advised.
M'KINLEY'S TRIUMPHANT TRIP.
Jrcdotl by Crowds at Stations l!c
twoen Canton and YashiIlgton.
I'lttsbnrjr. Nov. 7. President McKlalcy'a
trip irom Canton toward the national capi
tal to-day has hn one continuous ovation
to tho twice-elected head of the nation. At
every station there have been great out
3norlncs of people. !minss has been sus
pended and ninny factories nlnn;; the lino
havo added their thousands of worker
jn'u and women to those who have joined
In enthusiastic greetings.
Th Tttsid-'nt has appenred at each stop,
shakinc hands from the rear platform iir-d
makitit: shcrt speeches at the most im
portant towns. Mrs. MeKlnlev has recdvid
her share of the popular tribute, men and
women Btruecli'is to present her wit'i
Jlowers. Patriotism, the tlasaud the volun
teer's unifoim ha-e tlguied t rywhre,a'id
tho trip has been in the nature of a tn-
tmphal journey to tho capital.
Tho start from Canton way made at 1:3.
r- to., cmld the boom of cannon, the screech
of steam whistles and the clamorous well
wishes of tho President's townspeople.
Mr. ond Mrs. McKlnley occupied tho prl
vstti car Olympla, at the rear of tho tram,
slvlnq a broad platform from which tho
President could greet tho ctowds and ad
dress them. The presidential car had bti:
beautifully deeorattd within, yellow chrv--anthemums.
b&und In rlbbon3 of red. white
mid blue, giving u wealth of color. The
train arrangements were in charge of Mi.
T. H. Stone.
MAM" COXGK VIXIiATOUY MCSSAGnS.
Vi'ashiscton, Nov. ". The White House
-wires were loaded with messages of con
gratulation to-day from friends all over tho
w-erld. A latge number of congratulitorv
letters, bearlns last night's postmark,
w ere received from iiear-by points. All i
thse Jitters and telecrams'. as far as tiio
addresses of the senders are known, v. LI
The President. Mrs. McKlnley. Mr. Cor
telyou ar-d Lioctor Rtxcy will reRCh Wash
ington to-morrow tnornln? on the regular
irain over the Pennsylvania road and In i'l
piiibakillty thev will not return to Canton
iigain before nest spring or summer.
Coughs and Colds
JN ONE NIGHT.
Tho Rcmotly that Curc9
Catarrh and Bronchitis
by inhaling four times daily.
Tho Remedy thnt Cures
by breathing It for ten minutes even' hour.
IT IS GUARANTEED.
Sold bv all druggists or sert ly mall Out
fit Complete. $1 C" Trial Outfit, -. .
Send tor live dajs' tiuitment ai d medical
THE R. T. 1100T11 CO , Ithncu. N. V.
Four Pints for a Dime. I
I cheaper than gj)
irefh milk SS
Trade snpplim by t
um ltuiu t.iioci:itv co. -a
II UH'-'-On Tucs.laj , NotctiNt f. ,n- eu 3 I
p in . Mrs Jnti.inna Hflftve. wulnft nf tti lute ,
William i Hmt aft r n I nfrrlng (lln's
Jmioral Thursaj November J at 1 V m-. I
from tl.- ri-sldnio ot her sjr In-law, Hubert 1.
1 rttbebic o ;.is i.ic:je avc.
tlOKM VNX-On VeeavSaY. Jov"mber ". 1
Mftllv llofnrinn. llovd dauchter of Cl.'niiit
end tl" lat- Ilentietta llotraana, aged 6 years.
KIJATIM5 On VVer-nrraiir. November " l""1.
rt 7.ti a. in, nerxiF.M Keatlni:. d.'arly blov..!
hvtband of Delia Keatinc (nee Co'urovrl. n-l
f tlicr ef r"rnsi3 r.d Iselllo Keating. SKed IS
Minenel vv 111 tako pl on Trliav. Nor. inbe-r 5.
at r. m. from the- family resiaence. No KSXt
fLburban avenue, to Si. Kosa Church, thonce to
valvarv Cmoterj-. l"rlen Js iaia rclitiv ra ro cor
dially Invited to attcni
OBEOBECK On Mccday, November 5. at 1! a.
m.. Err.M Oberbeck, beloved hufbanj of lti
helmlna Obcrbek tne SehnelgUrt.) and our etcar
nthpr urter k short llliesa. at tl.e age ot 4V
i-ear 11 cior.tt.s and 10 days.
" Funeral Thunday, November 5. at 1 M p m ,
from family reftdecre, SMI Ncrth Broadway, to
Evingedical Ftcphaala Church, Baden. Prlcnd.
Invited to attend.
. " i
fS Kj JHL "'BJLj n
y H CAPITAL and SURPLUS, g
jll Mississippi Valley Trust Co. f
yf BMBFSPFrcgi'tf-P1'----''"' .'?W'-'-ntfiilM
THOS. J. SHANDS VETERAN
RIVERMAN, DIES SUDDENLY.
Thomas J. simiiilo, vrternn rivcrmnn and
i loident or Old Oielianl, Mo., clrormotl
dead iestcrdav inornliu? near tlio rallv. ly
;t.it!on at that place while waiting for tlio
"... o o'clock train.
Coroner Armstrong derided at tlie in
quest that apoplexy caused his d.ath. J!r.
Sliands was prominent in many s-ecret so
cieties and wa le-tent r the ilny.U Arca
num chapter In Old Orehaid. lie was a
stanch llrjau man and cast his vote for
the Democratic candidate on Tuesday, llo
w.i .it Ui'feiiT Uiumn in the evennm
watching the n turns a they i .Tie in
The li:in.i-al will ta'-.e place tn-monvvv
lit-moon fiiim thu f-nnlly home to ink
Itldite Cemetery, tinder the auspices of
the lloj nl Arcanum.
Mr. rihands left his home estcrda liiotn
i";c shortly htfore train time in a luct,v
and when he. with the driver, hm.-I. I
Hpws's. More nai the station. Mr Shaii.1
told the man to drive hack, ac he would
walk the ret of the v.aj. Aftr huum
a ci:;.i r he walked tip the load, and at
a short distance s. eral person-, saw linn
mlso his hand:, to his head and sink to tile
Kround. When they ran to his assistant:..
h wda dead.
me nun w.-ii a sreat hoclc to all's
ShnmJs and her dauithtir. Ml-s llnoo. who
W urn it In. .no T.l .. , 1 ... ..... .1. .
--.. .., ......, v. ....I'll -UJ. .-I..IUI1' ll'll til
lll1..?f. t.A .. ... ...... t- .. ., .. .....i . . i. 1
i ives. Potties tils wllo and daughter, tiv-
t-i tll Tin?Tiii(l l'lnrjm'. All..,, TJ.11. Tin 1.
lev and Millaid. and Mrs F. H Hewlett,
a dauphter living in Old Orchard.
Mr. Shandi was well known on tho Mis
sissippi Kler. as he was a steamboat cap
t m tor niiinv Mars during the prosperous
itvr dnjs. He had lien u resident of Old
I'reliard for fifteen years.
...:.. hc .t- .It'J.IICIIlJV WCll, I'Vi U llllMlll
l.e was somewhat depressed over the rcull
of the tleotlou. He waa ."6 jear- old and
ORPHANS' FRIEND BURIED
IN HER BRIDAL GARMENTS.
Mrs. Regina Streator's Health Broke Down Be
cause of Her Work for Children
Married Last Spring.
"Itury me in my Irilal robes; sing th
i-ouga that I havo selected at my funeral;
he .mho and havo the little orphans Join in
the c'lorui and Invo the minister preach th
sermon from tho t-l that I havo selected.
And, now. good-by."
The-t wero the last words uttered hy
Mrs Itcgina Streator, a 13-year-old briJe,
who died at P-e.s Petes, St. liuia County,
Sunday and was but led Tuesday.
Tlieio is p-tthos somevvhit out of the
ordinary in tho Julli of Mrs. Streator.
liorn In comparative affluence she was left
a.n orphan at an early age after her father's
fortune had been wrecked. Sh was placed
In the German Evangelical Orphans' Homo
on tho Manchester road at Dcs Pnv. wht.ro
sho was reared and educated. The kindness
shown h-r by the managcrsof the home impress-id
hrr s.o muili thit when she was old
enough to lr.no the Institution she volun
teered to rem un and a-s'i-t In lntruetlng
tho oungcr chlldnn. Her services "Rere
About two j oars ago she met Samuel
Streator. who fell in love with her. She ac
cepted his proposal of marriage und a date
wis sot for their wedding.
T!ut Mrs. Ptreator, or P.egina Koch, as
FOUR OFFICERS MAY
REMAIN IN CABINET.
President Likely to Hold Spotc-
taries Koot, (Jage, Hitchcock
HAY EXPECTED TO RETIRE.
McKinlcy's Preuiior Cut hy Criti
cisms Loup:, drills and Smith
l-'iiul Private Life More
AVashlngton. Xov. ". it I a fact nut gen
eially understood that Cabinet ofllclala do
not end their duties on .March 4. Tlicso of
ficers serve forino month after the Inaugu
ration of tho r.evv President, or until April
4. instead of March -L Had Mr. Ury.in
been eljcted tho present Cabinet of Mr.
McKlnley woull servo until the 4th of,
April nest, unless their Fticccsors had been
uppolnted prior to that time. There b-.ing
no change In the nresldenci, Uitc U con
siderable Interest in the question of -Mr.
McKinluy's Cabinet, for the four vxirs l'C
gipn'ng next March.
All the members 0 tho cxNtinff Cabinet
will formally tender their resignations to
President McKlnley before tho 1th of r.ct
March. Pome of them will do so with tho
earnest desire that they may be accepted,
while others will do so as a. muter of
courtesy and nnre or Ies indifferent to
what action the President may take.
All of tHi Is necessary to the i organisa
tion of the Cabinet, which another term
of olhe for the President brines rbout.
There has bcea gossip about Use probable
retirement of members of tiie Cabinet fr r
some time, but there is basis now lor more
than speculation a? to the ptospectlve per
sonnel of the President's cabinet advisors.
It is generally understood that President
McKlrlev will have to look for a new At
torney General. Mr. Griggs reslcne.1 the
goverrorfhlp of Xew Jersey and came hete
as head of the Department of Justice large
ly to please his rersonal friend and bu-I-iiess
and political asrvCIato. the late Vice
President llobatt. Mr Griggs has a law
practice estimated at $30 to 57n.fl.JCi a year.
Ills friends know U'at he cannot a.Trrd to
r. m un in the Cabinet. The President w. uld
be delighted to have him remain hut JiuW
knows that this will be impo.-sildr.
V'crvtm-y I,in May ltd Ire.
The President will find it next to impos
iSmash Your Mirror
J iou Icel like it sometimes.
fl don't von ? Ir . "Mv U
tnow vhy; it's those grsj Inirs.
Don't you know thit Ajer's
Hair Vigor would restore color
to them, all the dirk, rich color
they used to hive? It stops
falling of the hiir slso, snd makes
the hiir grow long snd hcivy.
If ytm do net obtain the benefit tou 4e!r
from ue ot tb Vlrnr. write tlie Doctor
sKict It. n will tell iou Inst tne rlclit
ilKMS J. SH.-Ts-
Veteran river rn in. who dfpp. 1 dead near
the railway btiiuon ai Old Oi chard. Mo ,
sho was then, was a fiail woman and the
woik that shu bad done in teaching st'Oit
cati--cd her to brrtk down. A year ago sho
realized that her end was drawing near.
She went to her lover, explained the sit
uation to him, and offered to release him.
Hut he would not listen to the proposition.
II Insisted that her health could bo re
stored. She p! tided witli him to jcconslder
hLs decision, suing that she would but be
a burdrn. Hut Mr. Strcator could not !
convinced, and eight months ago led I.cr ii
the altar of St. Paul's llvangcllcal Church
In Uca P-iej. whero the marriage cere
mony was performed by the Ilevercnd
Theadoro MUsler, pastor of tlio congrega
tion at that place.
Mrs. fctreator'd predictions proved tine.
She weaken, d day bj- day. l.iu Sunday sh
beckoned to her husband, who stood by h r
ued-lde. and asked him to bring her i hymn
hook. She then selected tho hmns that she
wanted .sjng at htr funeral. This task ac-compli-htd.
she asked for the Plble, and se
lected f. the tet tor her funeral: "Suffer
the little children to come unto me, for
theirs Is the Kingdom of God."
Tho funeral was one of the largest ever
held lu Des Pent St. Paul's Church was
ctonded to the doors.
sible to keep Secre'.aty Long in the Cabinet,
llo has held his position for tour je.us be
cause lie thinks thero ib no man in tho
country like ills chief and because It l.a
been tho sincere desire of the Pros! lent,
often personally c.ptessel. that Mr. Long
i.V-L u"; n,''aa 01 the Navy Lepiitment.
ci ... n ,1'eheved that Po-un wer (Jenei.il
JS .? r.1U &,a5' '" ""- Cabinet, cert ilnly
?iltllhls Iri--t po-i-l.n. There is fame
talk that uputi the ietirnnent f Secretary
Long bx might accept that depatiment if
he place Is offered him. It is mo: likclv.
lo -ever, that ho will mum to Philu'.':.'
Phia and resume his editorial duties. j
will sever hi, connection with .!: n,i'.
at !j ,!,v," ';",.f 1,,,Ir""! f"' at "is " 'liro
ana not at the President's.
lo?"'I;le'inI','-r is ""Oth.r man who niil not
IPI.7 .6t.'1 ln,lie Cabinet. It Is b. Heveel in
well-inlonncd circle tn.tt if he does not co
Shll? M?rS,lh0,tt"1 d0 " i '''-o?eSa"givtit
riHL' ltUm t uut do; undent up..n lis
JS nl1V That ia '"'d. no matter
when he retires to private life.
i-t. -;'n, "' M'creturj lto.,t.
1 he President will make every effoit In
have Secretaiy Hoot remain In h Ca .Inc?
a Scietary of War or l.ave Im Qecf-it
some other portfolio. He legards "lr I: ..' t
"" ",ne of the ablest OI llIS atlvi-.ts in.l
Kreativ appreciates his arduous I. l.,s '
g2 iis,;? ;
Induce him to retain th.. T.uiy per rolio
,eJST,i!nt; lKJw"",r. "s dctetmlne.I as Sec, -turj'
Long about leaving ..jiui .1 life ami It
Is beloved that he miilo f,h ,,
sebcte-el for a second fern, wul.the Pred"
Secretary Hitchcock will probably remain
a. least 10t fr " Prtion of U'e n- rm
wnl1?."1 ,'"1!'f !" ti,3t ""rrtnrv Wlln
JJ1 Vt?!'1 ,hi U Prc" '!l Plao- Tht he is tlttr 1
or the place and has ttNfdctor Iv ner-
lormcd hb. duties is genetaliv adWte.l
over the mamcement of affairs In th.. til.
I-artment of Agriculture ' ' De
GENERAL FROST'S BEQUESTS.
Estate and Vcrsoual l-ropertv
Diuted Anions His Children. '
Tho will of General P. M if,st. who died
last week at his home in Haziewoo.i St
Lom tountv. was j.p.i n tl. proI,at..
, eoun ai Clayton j.-sterdav. Th- testate."
appoints John Miitlnn,.!,,. ,... , .
.... ., , ..nvi aim aaines
A Seddon ee:utors of the document.
In ho will (.eneral Frost states that on
or suhsenucnt to March II. 1S he assigned
certain land, , . to, j,.n a
Washington counties to u. draham Frost
and his w l.'o. in addition to Hevor.tv-ltve
shares in the St LJm3 Shot Tower Works
and ten shares In the America: Shot and
Lead Company ana !, desired tl H a' t leir
legacy T.. his daughter. Mrs. M.irv Hii'-I-berg
h bequeath, a copy of c. rlo "illA
"Madonna ami Chill" thlU he brought with
him ftom Florence, Italv. n re; t i,,i; J
Mullanphy Frost ho heVueaths.-co.rpc-t
ire cf Cromwell at the coilln of Jami, I
To another daughter. Lmils.. Vernon ho
civ es a note of $n..) rece ntlv t.-Vr, h ivrVl
from Clnrles H. Turner hi-canopied rose
wood bedstead and u picture of "VreUa"
brought irom Homo n js:,i ii ,Z..
her an undivid.d on-nlnii interest in an
estate imrchafej frc.m kh-, Grai,
Frost, now .Pce-iscd To j'a'm-.', rginald
trost he leaves iovv. rv and tvnonlrln
kef. In addition to aVt fmrn Pc ,p
renrr-,1 K'l ? V ' ' '"''fe'to
e.enrra! I ieH atid th,. numbers of his
famllv which w .s brought here bv- the
testator's godfather. , he Re v rJnd J I
De 1 orest. He uK0 gives him 1 acr. s nf
land in Luxembourg. To .n dau-hter Caro:
line Hiaehrr. he gives st-vernl o,son rVotlt
sant avenue. In St. Louis n addltloii to a
ri,il'o,h0rtTCav I,!C-, To -inother elau-ghter
niUabeth II Frcst. he V!- :,n undivided
one-ninth interest in the estat- of Fliz-i rl
Frost and 512 ID. To his sian ddnimhters'
Muriel Rosamond and C ii (1! " he etvrs
ft-, each. To his u-andse.n. j.-KVpl, r".
he leave two shares of stock In the Mm.
chiuts-Laelede Hank and four share's m
the Diddle Market. To another -VJndfon
and namesake II M Frost ho -lie- tvvo
and one-half blocks of properly i Franklin.
leayes SV The homestead Is bequeathed to
Harriet Frost a daughter whll? a piece of
land adjolnin? Is beqtieaU-.ed to nno'l..-r
daughter, Mrs Edith McLaughlin of " ",,.
The Hct Prescripnor. mr .ifaiarm,
5J!!i JnJ. rcT?r. " ? b?"1 ot Grove's TaitMes.,
CMI1 Tonic It Is simply t.-on and auiilae la a
tasteless form, o cure aa cay. Price 5Cc
11 H 38
-V ' C5
i n ..m iimihi I III tiiHieiiwrii i i i i i iii ii mm
JOHN W. Ari'RIDC.E, 117 Years Old.
A Form of Food
IS THE TRUE ELIXiR OF LIFE.
!t Aids DlKcstion.SttniulatesnntinnrichestlieRlooijJnviRorates the Brain,
Builds Nerve Tissue, Tones Up the Heart and Prolongs Life.
Jf you are ill vvnto us it w. 1 cot yoa nothing I.r advice.
UK UTLHUDII MOUSE FSw.,AmcrlranDiTCtorofthenun".iaofMnterlaM'l!c3,faji!:
" Dailv '? Pure Tla't t wkev i the only tehab- and alisolut-lv sure cure for the Grip,
Pneumonia, Bronchitis, t euuiuiDption and vi listing diieasos, f'oia w haterer cause "
OVER 7.000 DOCTORS WEO THINK AS DR. MORSE
DOES, PRESCRIBE DTJFEY'S PURE MAJT WHISKEY.
Thirty's Pure Malt W hil.cr and PnfiVs formula will cure Consumption. Take a tcaspoon
fcl In a jliss of wste-r evrv two honrj It will tilo pievent Con-umptinn, a it Mils the genn
It htisuod severe tcMs fe.f over fort r vcarj. and lu- always been found aiwililclj y-rc All
drt-ceSt and grocers, or e'Jreit. SI t-'i a U.Ulc Boot teat free.
WQFfj To any render of this t3!"'1 n';c will wrlteu; wc will Fend frcooneof nnr
B JlLt&C" p'i'en:Ga-nc(otinte'r., f-ir Euchre, Wibt, etc. 1 hev arc unique and Useful.
UUFFV MALT WHISKEY CO., Rochester, N. Y.
A Sale of Over 100,000 Copies of the Book Means
at Least a Quarter of a Million Readers of
MR. JAMES LANE ALLEN'S yXovn,
"It is Pre-eminently the
Study of a Soul
A Great Book, Great Alike
in Beauty and in Depth."
The Sew York Times'
"It i not altogether easy, with lhe bij: problems of life as Mr. Ai,i,i:n presents them still ir. our minds,
and the delightful rhythm of his prose still echoing in our cars, to speak quite as temperately and judiciously
as we ought of his latest volume. That it is a strong book strong with the special ort of strength that stamps
"is work as a whole there is no gainsaying. But it i inorethnn this: it is a book which will set men thinking.
and whether they aree with him or
"It is impossible, however, to give any tiling approaching an adequate idet of this book, which from be
ginning to end is replete with tiiat 'Mystery Immortal,' which is in the hemp and in our souls, in its blcom and
in our passions, by which our poor, brief lives are led upward out of the earth for a season, then cut down, rot
ted and broken for Thy long service!" Ccoimkrci.u. x.dvkrtiskr, Xew York.
"THE REIGN OR LAW
written a v e ry
strong piece of
xot J. S a vagi:.
of thought." Hamilton- V. M.'.nn:, The Outlook.
THE MACAULLAN COMPANY, 66 Fifth Avenue, New York.
HANF4A DOESN'T WANT
TO BE PRESIDENT.
YVa Mentioned by Spcjikt-r Hen
derson as a Possible Candi
date in r.101.
Cleveland, O., Xov. ". Speaker Henrtrr
Pon of tlio national Houfce of Hiprt i-nu-tives.
was etiteitalneil at dinner at tlio
Union Club by iib.iut twenty prominent Itu
puMlcans. cf ('Iv elanil on tbe eve of Octo
ber SI. wlien heUellviied a campaign -pc.c!i
In tbls city.
Ho greatly Miiptl'td mine of his liots
tlurlnc tlio tablt; talk by trlllng them that
Senator Hanna's campaign tour of U.e.
Northwest had .uo stirrd up that i-ecllja
of tho country that the Sen.ttor was being
talked about theie as u presidential possi
bility fr"iir years hence.
Senator Ilanna was akt"d to-day vvhrth. r
lie had he.iid of any sur.li sentiment in the
"Ve," lie answered. "I have heard tu
mors to that ilTeet. At some of the me. t
lnci I addressed in the Northwe-Ht. rri-s
were taUed about the next prt-tden ;,
which I could not help hearing. Ths.ro h..s
been some talk of the character you itnu
tion. But I don't want to be the net
I'rtldei-t alter McKlnley. I won't have
aiothitiq to do with it. I have had enough
of politics and public life to suit any on.;."
Senator 11-iiin.i '-tatts to-morrow nl-ht
fer New York to dispose of unfinished cam
paign bUM'it-ss. He will icturn homo on
Monday and remain until Dtcember 1, v.he.i
ho -will ko to W.ihinaun for the ret of
tho winter and tlie session o Con.gre:d.
Solid vestilniled ti.iin between SL bouts
and Nashville Klesant l'ullman, tweKe-i-ection
drawing-ri.um burft, sheping cara
between St. Luuii and Jaeksonvidr 1'la.,
without chanpe leaves St. Louis via Illi
nois Central Itailroud at S:ll p. m. Tor In
formation cull at Illinois Central Ticket
Ollice. No. 215 North Broadway, St. Itn.-.
llo., or write K. -'. Cawardin, Western
r.issenctir ABcnt. Nashville. Chattanooca.
and St. Louis Railway. No. 310 Merchants'
U. cause. St. Loulb Mo
;, t Iii-tr- Mini.
Maton, M.O.. N-.v T- Robert Allen Jutlir.c
and Miss Utile Sharp were matrled at noun
to-Ua. Mr. Guthrie 1 a son of Captain n
II. Outhne. reporter of tho Kansas City
Court of Appeals.
- - - i . -
f -v i H-l-
X h -I
JOHN W. Ari'RIDC.E, 117 Years Old.
i7 (ties rti Eaiaa a B
Rn EiJSn 3
i '.Si, pxih Kc i
3 a fXfSiii
llr!l 17L- U 1 L- I IU a
THE REIGN OF LAW.
A TALE OF THE KENTUCKY HEflPRELDS.
Bj) the Author of "The Choir Invisible," "A Kentucky Cardinal," "A
Hummer in Arcarly," etc. Illustrated by Harkv Fi:x.v and J. C. Kaki..
not, will brorden fieir view-, of this
Traces with dramatic intensity and in terms of human experience
the tremendous and revolutionary force of nature upon the sensitive
spirit of a young man of exceptional nobility and insight in reorgan
izing the basis of spiritual life. The story lias not only the extra
ordinary beauty which gives i"lr. Allen's work a place by itself in
our literature; it has also great spiritual depth antf unusual grasp
CUT I is!i ii! ! II ! S f I i SQTlMHii
Programme Thursday Evening, iovfe&nber 8.
DIRECTOR, MR. ALFRED G. ROBY.X.
1. Hebrides Overture. . . Mcmletssohu
"2. GramlAria "(Jueenof Slielii,' Gounod
Mon. iiin t;iu-thi. r the Fataubs rrench 'ler.
3. Jubel (ivtrtttre Weber
4. Aria Act IV. "I.ajuive" Halcvv
M..U5 C harhs lliuthier.
5. "The Holy Citv" Gaul
Quartet Ihotraid Orchestra
Prices 25c, 50c and 75c, Box
ifl $flS Ufl Un I U Parquette, 50c; IJj
WILL ENFORCE QUARANTINE.
Tfn Teais IJiibnnie I'lngue Now
j;.i.ting in H.in I'laiieiou.
IHTi I !.!' -!'t i I Vt
Austin Tc . Nvv. ". Sta'e Health Olfi.tr
r.lunt. was ufllclally notifil thi- morning
ftf.tn Pan Francisco that It: new- ca.-s of
buhoniu plague had developed In Chinatown
within the pas: thirty dayi. Tnree of thee
ease" developed durinc the latter part of
October, and tliT-e more the beginning of
thit. month. This makes a total of morf
than tvventv ciit which have develop-'l
in Chinitown w It was di-rover. '! a
ffw- reonths ago The quarantine a-ainst
Pan 1'raticl --c-- hi' never been related by
the State Health Depirtment. but now that
ivver.-.l new ca-.es lrve devcl-jped Donor
r.ltt.-it will ee that th quarantine I ilsilly
oKerv.-d and no person :rom San I'ranclco
will be permitted to enter the State unit's
thev can .how a clean bill of health "o the
rff'.r that thv Invo no ben In f'ldn.i
t.ivv: 1'Tw.nai e-1e. ts will not be allowd
U !-e a! w I out of there
rrlfr. CurrtMil -i riiiiinrIon.
JtFI t 1.1' SPUi'LM.
r,.in!:au, O.. Xov. 7 Price Current says
Though nearing the century
mark, Mr. John W. Attridge
preserves health snd vigor by
using DUFFY'S PURE
MALT WHISKEY. The
standard of purity and excel
lence for nearly haif a century.
"Three or four tablespoon
fuls each day" keeps him
well and strong. Read what
he has to say of the world's
Rochester, N. Y.. Aug. 24, 1900.
DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO.,
Gcr.tlctmi-It gives me pleasure to
write and tell you that at the age of ninety -seven
I can see to read and write without
the aid of glasses and feel as bale and
heary as 1 did fifty years ago.
I have been taking Duity's Pure Malt
XPhiskey regularly lor several years, a
tablespoonful in a wine glass of water,
three or four times a day, and I know
that it has prolonged my life and kept me
strong. ind vigorous. I ncverwas a drink
ing man, and I regard your valuable
shiskey as a medicine of the best kind.
I have not taken a dose of medicine out
side of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey for
twenty-five years, and may it do for
other old people what it is doing for me.
NO FUSEL OIL-
life and poMb y that tn come.
"Above all . .
American in ideals
a n d outlook."
firs. Leslie C. Fitch..
HrA Grace Titcomb Dobyne. . .Alto
ilr. William Harrison Jones. Tenor
Mr. James J. Rohan Bass
Seats $1.00, at Bollman's,
in honor of SCHOOL CHIL-
prices in Afternoon will be.
Icony, 25c; Gallery, 15c.
there Is a comparatively steady movement
if hog W, stern packing 4J.wO, compared
with llv the prirceditig week, and 4!0.'jj
a vuir ago. Prices have been advanced
and at ih.' loe average i'l cents per 1'jO
t'ounds hiKhr than a w,. k ago. i'romlncnt
iila.es. compare as follows in number of
(U !-( I
1anaj City ..
Jlibvauke- .. ..
t inlnnatl . ...
... in ..l
... 1 '..
C" I )
' -d r H-ini.b
f-i. MX City -
! St. I-aul ....
Tho Moore's Air-Ticht Urntor for boft
coal Is th" orlstlnal of its kind. It i3 ali
solutfly air tlKht, and will hold flro for
tTTcnty-four hotiR.. Any child can resiilitte
It. Hundreds aro now In u?e in St. Louis
i and tv o rcfir to even- one of them. Illngtrn
SKCKS IrtS SOX J.din Itoltz nf .'0. 102;
Eighteenth street. W.-adilnston. I ,
url-c. tlu pollct of St. IiuU rcriic-tins In
formation about his Mn. John H. Uellz, who
lauio here about two yejrs aqo.
WHKIfFY -r"e eiccsiTeuscof all stlraulnt pot
ItHULi i,TCiy cured bjan:i proccs. Tho cue
Is elocteu without pain, it is not VJDstltute. but
a r. antJSo'fe. Aou g. If.
to Nrrotl$t1i lospitil,
3914 Ltaaj "nue,
it - tls.Mo.
S, fl, SELKIRK & GO.,
AUCTION and STORAGE
Hejutar sile every Saturday nt wirfEou,.
IS S-1MI Chouteau ave iales In rnldenecs a
;rf'1alty Jlaia ...tin, .it N. Sixth st. I'Son
In Ma timed Tti-sdij. Th r'.iv. Sturdaj.
r Matinte (n ihn Ct-nl-n nt 10 V:bt met.
To I'sj at
un iiig 01 L'ftC til ii, i;.:;,55,;-
- n M.r t
s v it..i p t i. G-. unl."
w f-ivh. Miilinees
w re A ire
.Niht I'm es i;, j, Z. ".0 and 7Cn.
K'."S! A Rouih Rider's Romance
ir.Uv Slaf-i. N it. N v-fintwr JI,
lEtOlaox-t 33. QEATS NOW
lVIaixtcll. O ON SALE.
Tn":'.-'. Lry & FREELANCE
Fi.iMi... v. i i,i r r I'.mlnrsday Matlii'e
I' Mi.l r i i ,
1 lil.LL., ..!. ' r iIit
li. - -. i t a'ii. rai. J.. Xn.
BIG i-INSTHEL, COMPANY.
Kiruiar ".I i.j .i -.jitiiroav
' -.in a--Th r.""atKeij-
Or'kiUdliomiany ac ud.ni; has A Hipclo-r. In
bat. Mat. ipTiai Vner-iZic oil 0!).
Next Week, Gommsicfn; Monday,
In hrr row i lay ant) c"3t.est succev.,
"IH THE PALACE OFTHEKIHB"
ii it' rn rr prl sr.ir- riow prcr ..Ii
rriXTIVOI'S V MtllEVII.r.F:.
I.f. Tlilj Vnt"K .'D NEXT SU.'CD.
J K KiBr't & tyjt'.o V Susemoto Ruval
ji?jn tipincs'1 TnMij'1
!!. irofa Itoll.y. s ftn'v Grant
IV n C Fl'lo". N'Tt-m.
.Iiii'h KHltbrUP. T.lhftj.
I. i Morrli. S lirahni Trto J.
Thf Klntdrtfin. ;aFPir'l Bm
l.'.r i.li ';u,..
t.r : itri Chairs irf r- '.1 in .i.l.anrn)
MUSSS HULL iAS,Mro.
Box Office Nowlpen, 8:30 a.m. to 6 cm.
f pe. lil Bit., of eat3 fr enthr tasoa ar.i ilr-t
l.'eealar sal for Ontfc pcrformascci comnnei
hal'inliy N. . I "h
'"ir.t I'erforman. llo-diy live, .Nor. 13th.
UrVariVllnr.. "1 1)6 PTf Pftet."
'''' m ,JJ r. II Bois J.V-) and S.iv).
EfR! ORAND AN1J
V I H FINNEY AVES.
M M).W I'OI'LI.All COM'KIlTI.
I'lRIT(OV rI ALFP.KD G. KOHVN;
t jr..at O.-cai
Hmtj Minditj nt llz'.U I. 7tl.
mi..- (i t.. 'nt jr.tr. .f :li lioufr ZZc
T.Mlllll TWO 1-.AI5!."
rrticcs 15 y-sxn.
i;cxt U'ck Th C unt"fi ValPska."
i" nf I-"ol - - Two Trollc!
a rn ivinxkr
Tie Hnn. nf I-"'..w - - Two Trollcs Daily.
A -.i PR VVINXKr;
Iscxt At'ratticn Rice and Earten.
Postal Telegraph Gable GOi
SIbIb Ofilcr. Iacledu rtalldlar,
FOURTH AND OLIVE STREETS.
400.0(10 Milc Wire, ::,ooo OHlce.
We TTonltl iii plt-neil to hnndlc your
TeleKranm. Trr un. Telephone Mai
ST. LOUIS PROVIDENT
irt: . Timt'i i:i:.tii sr..
Continues ir, srvo an .ipjreclatlni; public -with
finst-clas hana v.ork u.lrr no cncralcal and
havinc lately ailoDtcJ D-nirStic UnUa. Phcn
VTILUAM F. HOilHS. II. J. DIEKKEITK.
ESTABLISHED IN le.
Missouri btate Mutual Fire3nl Marine
ORtc No TIT CtiMtaut St.. St. Loul. Mo.
Tci. H-ll Ham :n Tel Kmloch A 14H.
1'ollciia Ate Written en Either Stcck ut ilutuii
J. K. . I uris. w m. F Home'.
I Li t ..ir, Henry . niir?tlc)e.
Jtk. VV 11' ii It Ortbnein,
Jas E Kaim tcuti9 Nedlertiut.
T & ., J,
WYCROFr 5EAMAN5 CcNuDtCT
3t" O-'OAS'VAT, HZW2
710 Locust St., St- Louis, no.
Jijy Auhnrn Tlnt, so notlcablc atnraz cudv
juaaiv 7roiaea.are tirwiuctuoaiy or
i?sj? i i n. n . -i
moaua nan neEeneiaior
1 thr!an"tanil nyJtlMtln? HalrCot.
ortnr It 1 'a'llr appll!. aolateT
.I'visHO.VTni .amnI-of Iialrci.
ori-l tree ead Jur lamhlet.
I HPESML CIID'IC I .MFC. CO,, 11 TV.ZM iu. New Ysriu
M - r- fan fi ( TO jr. nroadwjy;
WijIfT-"V I1'-!. iJ '. -j V athlmfi avA. ar.d t
t and apjaed r 31 1'etcrson. &.S If. Broadway.
I I Mi
njf - ?.