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Trmrr'r"'zy THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 32, 3000. s m 'M m TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. ! RFSINKSS ! Discount raaes were r to 7 per cent on eall r.inl time loan- .'Ip:ii Injr-8. JT.HT. "-. '"'-nticet-. J.W.r.ll. Nui York tel.ingi. par hid. Ifi premium i"-knl. Ijuii-vill.. "in- iii-i-omit 1iiI. par .liked; Clile.ign, l"o illMimtit I'M. par nskeel; New Orlc.in-. "Th ill-mum Wei. l.ir asled. Cincinnati, iV discount bid. par a-l.ed. Tin local wheat ma kit elesid higher at T'IS'-iSjC hid Pee. ;i'c nominal J in.. Too. a-kel Ma,. T'iTS No ; ml; corn tlo-isl lilKlier sit 5i'i. Hi v.. 3lT,c bid J.m, 1';C Slav, C'l'uSt.'jC No. ". white; nuts hx-e-l at rT-V Mi Dec. -l".c bid May. ITl'su No. :. Tho local uiaiket for standtird mess pork closed QUlct at JH for new; 1 rim., rtoam lan.1 cWtil lower at i;b7' Rum Side. Tlit? lucal SJut cotton markt t olo-cil oi.Iet. 1 C.l. ANli sfiu'rijan. South S.do women give a dinner In pi lucnt of an election Int. 'ihe e-i.ai-hlng partv that went to Mexico. Mo . m i return b rail Father J. J llartj .i" welcomed hack to St. Lend liv hi- parishioners. Jacoh Stmnpf committal -iilclde by shoot 1ns lilm-If through the heart. The Altenhelm liuzuar came to an end, after :i moM Miece'sMul week. The City Council for the llftli time elf lavs n tion eei the KHiitlun lioml Mil. Scion indlctinent- eharging rohberv were letumoel usuliiM the elude lilsliwu men. North Knd iitlziis complain that the gu oline Mroet lamps go out before the night is u IT. Colonel John A. Watson, a. pioneer St. LouKin. who died Monday, will he bum d to-day. Captain T. I. Pavl. In ehnrgo cf the lo-al recruiting post, is promoted to the rank or Major. Robert S M.ieDonald. for forty-nine jeirs hp nttornev in St. IjOuI. elle-d of heart Jnllure. The IIoum' of Relegates pusses nineteen or dinances for the paving of downtown streets with brick. WillHm H. Mack baffles met of scierer who try to explain his evtraordinarv power of resistance. I'hilip J. Rolhcrmel Is fotmd dead where he hanged himself hy a boy who comes to collect the rnt. The City Council summons Supply Com missioner Meier and Deputy Martin to ap pear for trill next Tuesdaj. .1 P. Houseman announces that hi St. Churk-e electric line cars, will stop here after only at designated points. The ZwitiRinan breach of promise suit was tried in th" 1-i-t St. Louis e'uj Court and a scakd verdict was returned. The I'olleo Hoard at its meeting ellsmlssej one patrolman, dl-oipliiieel several others, and transferred a number of other--. A meeting of citizens called by the news paper publishers lays plans to create a non putlxin commission for the public welf ire A St. Rculs couple who were married by it Clav ton Judge have no marriage oertlli- eatc because they did not have the required fee. U. The School Board decided to call a special election In February to allow citizens to vote upon tho proio-ition to Increase the school tax. Mrs. Mary Hunter was seriously burned while, standing In front of a grate lire in lir home. No. 3157 Chouteau axenue, the draft draw ins l.er flannel skirt into ill Sanies. Mrs. Alh"rt Vorschimer obtained a -vrit of habeas corpus to regain possession of her S-year-old daughter from her husband. Later the couple met and amicably ar ranged their differences. Th" Board of IMucatlon unanimously adopted a resolution introduced bv John Sohio"rs favoring taxation of public fran chises, and instructed the board's attorney to Invoke the law on the subject. GENEKAI. DOMESTIC. Th" tru:ees of the Illinois University will nk the Legislature for a large appropria tion. The Illinois State firansc yesterday PIstI a res-lution condemning tho pond ing hip-subsidy bill. After lxdns out fourteen hours the Jury In the Jesslo Mirrison case had arrived at T.o decision. One of the jurors Iiecarao ill. The Judgo sajs that he w'U keep the Jury out for three or four day.-. KAIMIOADS. The Northern I'aciiic will put in colonial rate.-. which raiy cause demoralization. Nothing was accomplished at the mileage borcau mcetirg in Chicago. Officials of the Southern Hallway who wrill run thn lyiuisvllle Air Line have incor porated In UIinoi. Th Cincinnati. Hamilton and Pavton has a. ncv- plan for refunding its outstanding honil?. Central rassnccr Association lin?3 have granted reilueed rates for several m tings. The Central li.enir .s-oclatlon will meet In Chicago to-lay. It Is sail a new road will bo built Into Pes Moines ne-st spring. SIOUTING Tho California Jockey Club has barred Tod Sloan fiom tiding at Oakland until he has be-n reinstated by the English racing official". Dominick piloted three of his mounts It ictory at Oaklard. Thrco successful favorites at Oikland lift ed the gloom wli'eh has hovered over Oav- ! land talent for nearly a week. Midsummer was the only winning; favorite at New Orleans. The Siratoga race course jesterday jis'ed Into tho hands of several New York nil lionalres. who (tntemplitc many improvements- Stevo I."Hommelieu jesterday won S3,;') In the Hot bprft.gs poolrooms. H backed Owensboro. with Coluirn up, at OaUIind. .Mnrine Inlelllcenee. New York. Dec. 11. Arrived: Ethiopia from Glasgow. I'lilladelphli. I'n . I'ec. 11. Steamer I'cnn land sallcil for Liverpool. Liverpo'l. Dec. 31. Arrived: Numidian from 1'ortland. Genoa. Iec 11. Arrived: Allcr from New York. New York. Dec. 11. Arrived: Manitou, Ijoudou. Sailed: Lahn, lire men, via South ampton. Tsln-Tau. Dec. S. Arrived: Iankfurt, San I'ranclsco, via MiJi. London. Dec. 11. Arrived: Slesaba. New Tork. Liverpool. Dec. 11 Arrived: Ikbal. rhil sdidphia. Portland, Me.. Dec. 11 Sailed: Parisian for Liverpool. Kotterdam, Dec. 11 Atriicd: Steamer Staateudam from New York, via Iloulogne. l'lymoutli. Dec. 11. SiIImI. I'ennsylvania, from HamijurK. for New Y'ork. , inr.Mi Fcliniary lti:fllll.lCNS AT OITS. tn lie llaniiiet I'rinnlsen 'I nine ArTalr. Considerable illssatlsfaction wait ui.inifest ed jesterday by the Kansas city an I St. Jeiseph representatives eif the Yoiins- Meii'a Republican e-rganlxetion over tli'e action of ihe St. liuls delegation In refusing tj ac cept the reponsilniitv eif arranging for the annual bjwiuet in lVbruar.v. At th ban ejuet held at Kausa L'ity last 1 l.ruary the representatives from hi. lniis were active In an effort to secure the event here Pledges were made that the Organization would be re-celvcel rojallv. When the ban quet went to Kansas City again jtsterdiy t there were several -aroiig objections iirsetl. The St. I.ouN Young Republicans li.l not coma up to their promises, and the result has made the leaders in the movement dis- ' gusteel with ?-. Louis. The Pebruary bampict promises to . tame. IC it is ntteneleel by any so-ealle-el Young Hepubliean-. they jirobahly will lie applicants for Federal po-itions. Tor this reason It is thought the St. I.ouis i-eintin-j-cnt. which adheres to National Committee man Kerens, desires to wash its hands of the w hole business. NnnJo Itenervatlou Illll. ' iti:iuni.ic sii:n.i Washington. De-e. 11. Efforts ale to be made this winter to imluce Congress to pas n bill opening to entry a (Hirtiou of the Navajo Reservation In Arizona, whkh eon talus valuable coppe-r ilepiitv. ti,(. niatter Is opposed bv the Indian Commissioner. wh Bee expressd himself to-eliv to Delegate AVIlon and Governor Murphy eif Ari-sjna finch a measure was vetoes! last winter by the PrcsidtenL, (136 Boarding Places Advertised in to-day's Republic. Aprons for Holida3r Presents. Ladies' and Maul' Aprons of India Linen, with wide hems and tucks; alio of blue and brown check Gingham; 25c lo 35c. Nurses' Aprons of India Linen, deep iicin, three tucks, trimmed with lace; 50c. 15ih Apron's, in complete assortment of plain Lawn, both plain and handsomely trimmed with embroiderv; From 5()c to $2.00. Women's Short Aprons of trimmed with ribbon, lac and 50c to Silk Petticoats. Second I:l or. Mack and Colored Taffetas Silk Petticoats, in a varittv of choice tyles, slightly soiled from handling; Xov..$5.00. S6.00, $7, $7.50, $12.50. $15, $17.00 Wl'K T.oll. SS.00. S0CO. im .ii(ins STANDARD OIL TRUST VICTORIOUS IN OHIO Pruivt'din.us Uroupht bv l'oniu-f Attorney ieiier.il Mouiiett Ate Disinihsed. CAN NOW CONTINUE BUSINESS. I!y a Tie Vote the Supreme I'mirt Knds KlTorts to Oust the 'oinpany From the State. ohimhiiv. O. D.-e. 11. The Supreme Court to-day dismissed the proceeilhiKS hrought hy former Attorney General Jlon nett. eharslns that the Standard Oil Com pany was in contempt of court for h-ivln failed lo comply with an order Iued in K5J. directing a dissolution of the Standard Oil Trust. The sK members of the court divided. Chief Justice Shauck and Justices l!rkett and Divls favoring dismissal of the infor mation in contempt, and Justices Mlnshji, Spear and Williams di-'entiti!:. t'lider a rule of the court the failure of a majority to sustain the Information In con tempt Is in effect a dismissal of the pro ceedings. The litigation asalnst the Standard Oil Company, which Is thus closed, dib-s hack to 3Iay. 1SS0. when Attorney General D. IC. Watson brouRht suit in the Supreme Court to have the Standard Oil Tni't dissolved. Neariv two jears later, March 2, 1S3J. the allegations in the petition were sustalne 1 and tho company was "ousted." On March 21 follow inir n meetins of stockholders was called and a. liquidating board. con.istIii!j of John D. ISockefeller. II. M. liagler and others, appointed to wind up the affairs of tho company. The company then set up the claim that it was Impossible to close up the business of s0 great a concern In the time allotted. The Judge of the Supreme Court decline 1 to tako anj action extending the time In which the companj's affair miKht be wound up, but Informally addressed a let ter to the attorney of the company, which nited in effect that as lone as the Stand ard Oil Company continued its efforts to comply with the decree of the court and to wind up its affairs in Ohio, the court would not be disposed to interfere. November !. PC'7, P. S. Monnett. then At torney General, tiled information In tho Su preme L'ourt alleglmr that the Spmdard Oil Comjianv had neit complied witli the decree J oi.mniJfJame or the' court, and asktns that its olllcers be i of the- most Imr rtant eibbcts of i. . nii clted for contt mpt. The fstimonv lu this ins measure, vvetild not lollow th inact proceesllng was taken by Allen Itrlnsm.ide inent eif the hill into law. of Cleveland, as master co-nmlsliner, and The emo detlnlli- thin that was l.reiwn was submittal to the court Home- months . Mr. Monnett. when n?ked his opinion of the Ieeiion. said that, while he felt that the- evidence -u-tained the charge of eon tempt, he bowed to the de-cree of the eourt. NEW INSANE ASYLUM. at Farniiiij-ton, Mo., Is Now Neariii"; CoinplL'tion. One Jefferson City. Mo . Dec. K. Governor Stephe-ns has receive-d notice from Architect II. II. Ilohenschild that two of the ceittages e'f State Insane Asylum No. 1. now Ir-lldlng at I'armlnton. will lie ceimplctiMl by Jan uary lo. with the eceptlon of the light, wi r and boat. These will be put In lmmcdl ntelj and by the middle or Inst of January It is theiught the Institution will be readv to reeelve some patlents. The Hoard of Manager- of thi" Institution has not vet been appointed. Governor Ste phenn will mme the members next wee-k. It will be tho duty e,f this hoirj to look after the completion of th aslum plant. apolnt a supiiiitndni, two assistant phsicians and tin eorjis of minor assistant., and s cure such appropriation from the' legisla ture -is will be respjlred to complete the asvlani. Two hundred thou-aud dollars will be a-ke.d for this iurpse Who will e-ompei-e the Ixiard has not ct been intimate-!. Tl.eie I" alrcadv an arhiy of applicants for the .MlTere-nt esons which the establishment of the asvlum of foivls. stops the Coach and Work eift the Ceilel. laxative Uromo-Quinine Tar-lets cure a cold la one day. No Cuie. No Pay. Price ""a tt. llipartnitnt Orilcrei. iti-fi i:i.icbii:eiL Washington, Dee. II. E. II Andrew- e.f Missouri. Gl. nn W Huekinghani ami I E. Dietrlrk of Texas. P. D. Ileisler of K.iia, e'harle" McNulty 1Pf Ml-souri. James W. Sehnntuns ami Valentine ltutf if MI.-sK-sippl liive lieen re Instate-! as eiirpenters hi tie eleiveri.ment Prli.tlns O.'llce. e-ear A. I.eutwller of lilshland. 111.. ha be n appointeil a ilreughtsinaii at the Paget Sound Naval Station at Washlu'ton. Clnrlcs Mratton of Ludlow. Ky.. anil Madison C Stephe-n-'on eif Wort.lington, link, have be-en ellsbarrcil from practice be fore the Interior De-partment. J II llohsoii of Washington. D. C. Pas been awarde! the contract for the construc tion of the public building at Kaiias Citv. Kar.. at a ccst of ?7.bI. "Iloro-I'ormalin" (Elmer t Amend), an-ti-e-rtle dresiig for burns, sore. cuts, bruises or anv similar accMent or aftlictlon Metre Cnnellclaten fetr t'lcrleal .litbs. Two additional ctudlilates for clerical ikd--itions In the Le-gfskiture are being- men tioned, line is Cortes A. Kitchen of St Louis. HI friends think that he is entitled to some consideration at the hands of his some consiucraiion at tne hands of hi I t ty. and for this reason they nre urging i e i to enter the race for Secretary eif the e ate. Another St. leiais candidate Is ('in. r P ri; mm Senal tain Buck Tllden. He has alwnvs been - tive In iMilitics. He desires the place of scr-gcant-al-:erms of the senate. l'oiiit d'lprit, 510 5). 61." 1(. .1S i,"i. i -22SQ (nii'x. GALLS SOeSIDY BiLL GLASS LEGISLATION. Sciinlnr ("lay of ;ror;;i:i. (ii:miiit- tt e on ( 'oinineive .Mcniiier. Si oi cs Senator IlannnV .Mimmiic. i WHO WOULD BE BENEFITED. Asks the Sfiuile if li l'lupo.-d to Levy a Tax on On- Mjhi to .Make Protiiahle Another Man's ItiiMiii'.ss. AV.v-liliiRt.iii. IV- 11 Tl fir-! -we. h 'ii opposition to (he hii-'ibldv bill n th Senate was ckllvere-d to-day by Mr. CI ty o" Georriin. ore of the mlnorit.v nn inbers of tlie i'omu.Ittee on Connicn e. vvhith re iwrtnl it to the Senile. He is recoqnlzed ns oi.e of the most vig orous npjionenu of the bill in the Senate, and during nearly two hours was accoid ea eh.se attention b Senilors ..'i both fides of the chamber Mr. Hautia. wlio ex pectr to rtply to Mr n.i.v's iirKUinent. sv him a panliularly attentive lieariiiB. Tliere was a sharp debate over the Mon tana senatorial else, but no action was taken, the matter Ly rcncpt ;:iuK over temporarily. To-morrow no business se s'on of the Senate will be hi'ld. ss the I iv will be elevoteil to the eelehmtlon of th- centennial of the establishment of the at of government in Washington. An order presented bv Mr Cockrell of Missouri was ratiucd by the Senate, diiocl IiiK that tlic vacanclee on the eommitte-x of the District of e'olumb'a. Geolosle-ai Sur Ve'. Indian Affairs. Mines and .Mining. Pa cific Inlands. Teirlterl'-s and Kailro-ids l. (died bv the appointment eif Senttor Tow ne of Minnesota The re-oltitlon offercl jesterdav bv Mr. Il.inna for the api ointment bv the Presi dent pree tempoie of a eommlttee' eif tl.re-e Se.nfitors to make the necessary arrange ments for the naugurati-ii of the Pre-j'-ebnt ef the li)llo.l States on the Ith of March was aelo)iu-l without elehite Mr. (Jarter cal el un his p ndiin; motion J to refer the ered. niials eif William A Clark .and Martin Mcllnni:-, appointed Sen itors ! K...n It r. ... ,1... .- I... tl-l. I leges mill Eh t..n. and after some discus sion the motion prevailed without divls. on Mr. Clay of Geoigia then was reeognize-d to el. liver a spn"h upon the pending subsi dy bill. siiutor ('la'n Arfrniiieut. In l?liin!ng. ; r Clay cont -nd si mat the promotion of commerce and the In 're-isim; r foreign trade of t'ie I cited .itat.-s. two anout tne open ion or mo pnipo:e.i i. gis- Iitlem was tit t: it would taK irum t.'ie ire'iisnr.v of th 5 nited States Jau.H-H a ear feir a pel! of twentv year-, aiel ( elnnate that vast sum to the ship vvners .UIlllg 111 Klll'lnll lliltlt Ol .111- C ll.l.I. In oth t words, in .. m in'a liuslu-ss I to lie heavily tael tn rele r to a lv.mce ind to make more predltahle the private livsi i" of another citire-n." Mr. Clay ente'e-d upon an annIy-d- of lie pending measure He pointed out tint an additional amoi.nt a iald iwners o" ves sels feir greatei speed, regardless of fr.-ie.Ut capae ity lie said- "The. subsidy to bo given vesrels up t' twelve knot whlih are i-. Hy our Rreat freight e arrier. Is only 1'2 e-euts p r sros ton. while the subsidy clv-ii to a fast stiam-i- whiih carries ihletly pas sengers and lino manuf.ictured goo !. Is 2 e-ents per ton for a tuentj-on -knot ship. "'ihus It wou'.el .ippenr." he eontinii"!. "that the tw'.e-knot vss. I, -,hl,h ie.-,ll carriesl the product- f the xmntry. v. .nil ii-civo only a little more thin on-thiil of tlie subsidy paid to the tast pusseier teame r " 11 elabeirated what he dee m-l to be the "lnjusiie ami li.esiuaht. ef th measure In this re.-peet. presenting a comparison of eargees earrled hj th ht Paul, a swift ste-amer of th" Amerl'-iii laiif. and i' th Manh'ittar. ne of the gleut fre ig'e.-rs e.f the Atlantis Transportation Company Punt Slilpt Are I'nvureil. Th comparison s( wed tint th' Mamit' tan. a fourte en-knot ship, e-.irricel iii.r-e use iiuautitti-s of agri"Jltuial and :narifae luied produrttv. while th St Paul eirrn-I practically no manuraeturc or ignc-ilti: al produi ts of an, kind Yet eint-ndcd Mr. e'lay. tin- Miiitiattan will receive little in ue than one-third of the rub-ldy given il.i m. Paul. "How those who favor t'.is me-asure,- li. Iceliresl. "v.nleh elonat'-s aiinuillv to th. St. Paul more than JjeanMi. i.m m ilntain tlmt the f.triiuri and prodiie-e rs or this eountrj are the iirliielpal liiie-lici en. s ,f this bill pa-".-es nij eompreli nslon. I am not surprised th it eit th he-ariugs befne- i the e-ommitie not .i single tanner of p- lucer appeartel lo advocate th passage of I the bill, mid I im t.ot surprised t It it th i ship owners alon- iuonopoll7d the tfiue of it'ie e-oniiniltre in pointlsi. out great linetit tint .vouli .eccrui to the emintrv troin ti.e Iias of the bill. An analysis of the I.'ll will iiemn'itniti- that they alone are tr.e . bnellelR-ie s . thl leg'sletlon." I Mr. Clav i-eiiitrnd-d tint the greater pirt of the exports of the L"nitid States were e-imed in H'-amers of Iss than t levn ! knots sweep, and that it wa- i ot. the-e- rore. within the bounds of reason or Jn,ic that tin fast ve?.-els. which i.n.-l.d onlv a small percentage of the expert', should re ceive tlie great bulk of tlie subside. .Mr Clay ridiculed the proposition Hid dawn m the maiorftv re-norl of th e. imtu.tr.... i..... i mittee on the bill that the e-n.actment of the measure Into lrv.- would be of greater benelit lo the agricultural interests of the country than it wocld bv to the shlp-build-lnj: and ship-wni:r Stat s Mr. Clav mainfiiiied in; the bill, as for mulated by the committee, would not tend to increase the merchant marine of the United Stale.--. If. yiU in. "Senators will er-ii.nno eh. testimoii taken before the committee, tne oncluslon .Mil be itached tint the ili'n owners have a thorough organisation to carry through lliis lecl-iatfon They -- not seeking opioi-tiinitles to bui'd -'ilps i,jt they are trjing to sve-ure i-i's'ation tint will enable them to so into the publ.o i-eaj- Lawn, Swiss, embroiderv ; $2.00. Silks. Our customary IIoliiL-iy Sale of Siik Waist Patterns is now in progress every Waist pattern is appropriately boxed and read3r for presentation. The assortment was never so attractive as it is this season. The prices are lower than we have ever before named for such fine iroods. Rmcv Strip; anil Conlctl T.iffe- ! Novelty Check. Stripe, Damas t.is. m blend. it colorings yards 51.75. I; fjnred Peiu de S i?. Ci:on: Ch-e'tc, Corded and Ifancy Strip; Tjffe'.i-, "'.. yards $2.60. Ilcmstitciicel, D;ntcl!e an.i i'e):n- padour Strijie and Waiji Print Satin and Ucitcile S-tnpr. I'.ro TaiTelas; a'soSilk and U'tiol Pop- chP'isse Str:p.-rn 1 Warp Print lin-, in Solid Colors. :'.,.. ardi Taffetas, :)i yards 52.60. 54.35. i.roch; Strip; Taffet'S Irish Poplin Tartan PIa:d-, P.ain Drap d; I.r".:ir, Paillette de So'e. Satin h'aconne, ''). y.irtls 54 35. lK I.OOIIs urv iii.f draw J'Oe'Jf'O aiinuallv to divide anions the uieolve-s If it lie Hie , le pur-ln.-e .if the trl.nds of t III me-.isure to e-n-eoiir.ie the hiilMiii; of ships and to hi I trge our in reliant in trine whv is it n e snj to iv the- bu'L of this siil!el. hi tl iiwrri of -hip ;ilre adv lit -l-t'Tu-e. vviili i! niiiiilng them lo build a'd tail in i o'.lier -hi; s of i similar e lu.r:n-i r ' "If tho who tavor lid- ligi-lalirei ar a-Slng in goinl faith, whv ll I tlev iot pm vkIi il.it tin subside- 'should be paid to those who will build -hips hereafter' l'firiller Untitled le Sutislil. Mr Clav iiialutaini'd ti.at tbrt provlsioi or tli bill which en tides Ameri' an owner: of for ign veNIs to plae-e tiese ve-s.els U"der AmirKiin re-glster em eondltlon thai the j oi.siru.-t in Aini-rb-in skip ard v M-l- eif like tonnage .Hid spta-d v eiuld not In i ri iim the ini-rebai.t in nine Hesalilthat !u.i-mtii h a- thee own is nf fort-ign ve . Is brought und-r tho American (lag woul 1 reee-lvi mil) .t p.r eent of the sub-ldy pro vided in the- till for Annrle-an vestls, th) t lild not afford to eome i'lto eompetitlm vvlt'i i ho-. ships v.hieii are now uud r American register. 1I- vlgoroiisl) attr ktd tr ameidmelits which had levn imidi- to th bill sine-e the present session of e" ngre.-s b.gan. and pr se nieii a mug tc!irtcai aigiinn nt in si: port of lis a-firttou that they had lie n nude in the Ii.tirets of a favored cl-.ss of hiplii.lll rs He In Id that, as onlv sl.li s ie:itrii'tnl wit!. In the time specihed bv the bill could e iijoy tile subsiil. It woul I b. impossible for capitalists lo imlld new ships, alter the lapse ef the peilhed penol to eumjie te- wilh tlie subsidized vessels "An Aii.erir.ni in. inn.- built up in tins way,' deeiared .Mr. cla). "will not remain I nj; at a maximum point, but will eleere.is aid go to dee-ay as soon as the bounty fUM1. If money nu.st be taken iron th- i r .'suri to give lire and gpi'vth to our jliiljiug interests It will be essential ti. ein'iniis th" bounty s)stem: otherwiso rel : gn silo.i. failure and rul'i will follow." After disclaim; the fae llith of the Put tee! State.) for shipbuilding. Mr Cla nr guel tliat tliere was no more reason for giving a iit-si) to ship builders and own ers thai to the farmer who pro iue-e.s vvhe-.t eir e-otton eir eorn. If the ship own r Is en titled to a s-iib-idv. he contended, the farm er Is espial!) entitled to eilie. At the e'oiielusioii eit Mr. Clay's sj-erh Mr H.inna. who. in tommon with Senators on both Hides of ihe ehimber. had civii elose attention to the addles, s.ibl be had e ties-t.-sl to submit some remarks e.n tlie I hi'i ti-elB). but. owing to the lateni-ss if the i..mr would postp,ne the- delivery of hi aildri s until Thursil'iy Th Sn ite th.-n. at 4-2) p. m.. on moiioi of Mr Iidge. went into e -cutlve session. At Ti I.". p in. tile Senate- oeljourn-!. Wll.l. lV I.OUElt lllllllt TV. Iteimlilli'Miis Ileeliie- lo liiile ly Ceitiiiiilltef'f lteeiliiienel:lf Jan. I!i:il IILIl" M'lH'IAL. Washlrgton, Pee II -l-'rom tlie state ment made to Ihe House to-day by Chair man Pa) in of tlie Wajs ami Me ins i urn imllro it Is quite char tliat tlie IN publican managers do not Intend nt pre-sent to give the brewers nil) further reduction of the tax on beer than was covered In the report of that e-ommlttee-. nam I). 51 G) net. Mr Pavne devoted a goeid art eif the time ii-ed in Ids presentation of the I rovl slons of the bill to the House to an ex planation of the- e oinmtttei-'s imsitioii in re gard to the b.-r tar. The if.M if hl.i st-iteineut was that he and oilier members of the committee did rot credit the state ments of tlie Irewers that thiir industry Ills been I ingulhir.g and profitless by rs-e-son of the S tn Imposed t-line tin lie-gm-iimg of the late war. II nuoted from slateini-niH of brewers in Phil ide iphia tliat lietr could be made for Jl 2 a barril; thet the iinweriis wete i.'ijlng fair dividends giier.ill) and stated that tl"i re-c-ird inis an e-iioriiuius Increase of ;,74s.ei o b.irrels In the tales of beer 111 10. dc-pite the lav oftt The piin""t of Jlr. Pa) lie's statement was t'nit the romnilttee legardesl the r iiietlnu of in jier cent a t revel Uxin as am-pl-. :ml that ilemands for further n-due-tions would be opjsiseil -trongly by the It -public in majority of tlie House It Is i-(eite! that Ho bill re-ducing th" war re-venue will bee adopinl us rejmrte(l be the committee, all radical aim ndieents falling It is probable that a vol :nn) be had before adjournment on Tliursd.i). The eleeislon of the llepubllcaii conference tint tin bill should I" p.iseil a- reported b) th. Wavs and Means Con.mlte vein protsililv be resnected he the He pubPc ins. though e few are much eli?satidied b-c inse of their failure to seturo ehaugr.s In tlie lieer and eilh r ta-e-s The attitude of the minority of the I!o-,se is not sueh as to threaten gnat de-lay.. In e pis latum niiiopir Demoer.its Is that as a inny the) will vote tor tin bill on its tln.it las-age, though they have no hniie of pro e tiring any extension of the reduction pro polish The mlnorit) propose to offer a substitute in ae-e-ordir.ee with the re'emnme nilations tu the minority r isirt repealing all of tl. war le-viuue lax and jirovidln for .in in-e-ome tax drawn to niee't the Supreme Court elte Mem. This substitute, of e-ourse. probable- will not carry, and. having mad thi e ffoit to ami ml. the Democrats: e xpe'Ct fln.il lj to von tor the bill a- reisirle-d. The tariff beln-x got out of the way In t!i3 llotisi this week, then will be tlm for i the r le-gl.-Iatlon b-fore the holid i) re-evs-. whieh i i-pis-tisl to be taken from Prluay, the list, until after New Vear. Tle ses-iuu ins alread) been a recoid bre.iker. the olesima'giirlue bill, the aiinv bill and the legM itlve at,p',pri.ition bid having been pas-cd; but It is promised l.i do sup more after the passage of the reve-i-.ee lull Mr. Hopkins, ebalrman eif tile Census nmiltet. said tins mornitig that he e iicled to be able tei leport the reapportion ipent liill and to secure its ptsvge by th Hiu-e before tin holiday adjournment. The lllver and Harlir Cimimittie hopes to report this lull in t'me for aetion before the recess. and that aliout eme nay in tht House will sutllee for action upon it. The Indian appropriation bill and the siin elr) civil liill will probablv lie reported be fore the recess, put not acted on. riny OreleTS. r:i:prf:i.ii".-ii:eiAL Washington. Dec. II. Army orders: Tl.e I'xlmslcn of leave grantesl .M ijor n-iries o 1 nonipson. tjuirierm i-ter. . Unite.1 States Volunteers. still 'ui.iier! extended until further orders on .T-:oi.it of s'ekres-s. First Lieutenant Arthur L. Ciiimii;. Kortv-cishth Infantry. Pnlttel States x. el-unte-ers. having tendereel his resignation, is hororablv di-charged from the service Mr-! I leutenant Hammond .1 I-arker. P rtexicht Infantrv. I'nitesl Stales Veil .; ers. having tendereel !ii r-Un.ti in. Is l.i in -. ibh ditc'.iargeel fron tlie -ervec. Leave fcr eight days. U jra.tcJ Tirst anil i'arre 1 .ifletas, as-iortcil col orings, '!jj yards $2. 25. Stripe. Warp I;rin. Plaid. Ia rmnic iiiilliant ajnl 1'iisse 15arrs Taffetas-, I'l-in Poplin, Satin nttchs.-ss, "'. ards 53.50. ( lllll'IM. L'eutenant James p Ilradv l"lrt Li uti nam Wil'l.im fl. Oii'mrd. I'e.urtli Artillery. w'U re iirt ',- th' siiir illtMldetlt Plllteil Slates Mlllt i -v Ac .demy for dut.v toielli-v- I-lrst Li iitriimt Lugene I" .leivv. Jr. Ti nth Cavalry. wh. uiou lii-iug thus nil. v :. will join lis ti . Acting Assism nt Surge em Wll'l im I- Kel ler will pro-evil to s.m I'r.u.ci-co .on! if I .rt lo tl eemiii mdiii. lleii'ra!. I)-p.irl-in lit ef California, for assignment to .bi.y v.ltli troopx in reiiiii to the Philippine. L.-ive lor em month Is si.mte.1 Plrst Lnute-nant Itkluird II McM.i'ter Seventh Al tiller) Acting As'Ntmt Surreor Abrabari I). Williams will pro ed trom this city to San l-'ianelsco mid re mrt te the i-omniaii'l-hig Ceneral. Hipiirtme nt if al'irnl.i, f r iisignnieiit to eiuij with troop en route te. the Philippines Aetlng Asslrt nt Surgeon Joan Cm Hyrne, novi at San 1'rain.l.seei, will proeee-l to boit Wright. Wa-li and retirr. 'n iero to th- e-eimmanItiiK ot'ici of that tost fcr I'utv, and I.) letter to th commanding tlen eral, l)i iirtuient of the Columble Pirl Lb-uteiuut IMv.ard T. Ital-b, Thlrts seveiitli IntHnlrv. Ptilt.il States VoliiKieers. now in sj.ul iraiii-ise-.i. Is hoa irably di ehargel frum lb s. rvi.e i:vriiiTi:s poii m:t ii:n. Cater Ilellevea Aptiroprinllons Mieiiilel nioilnt l HT la.UTI.'sei I. Washingtmi. lee. 11. The annual rom-j-.ratlve statement showing by bills pie rel ative amounts of Treasurv estimates for the next fiscal )ear. compared with tlie esti mate's for tlie last fiscal jear and also for ne xi )ear. e-oinpareu vvitn tne actuil .-ipp-o-priitlon of last vear. as prepared by the c-.'eiks of the Sell He- and 1 1 wish Committees em .vppropriiiions. was erornpieteel to-dav. Tin itaiement makes a complete kIiow In; exce-pt as to iletli-lency and mlscelline-ms cppropriatifin". ana shows a total of esti mates for appropriations for 1902 amounting Jo $; 37 1.S'I, compared with actual appro priation for 1911. lce, ml'ce-llaneeius and ele llclene'v approprlatloiis. of iir,K'),ZVK The estimate by bills for the next )ear Is ns fol low. ;r!i utttire A rmy Jitpliin-nt1! pi-1 !iieilir Oi'trtct if e'clupitita r..relticitleix ln.llai IXl'HtiVe I( Jlllllan A. ulem .)l .... I'el.KU. Pi'-t nfnce . . Illeer nnd I kiIst mii ilrv i-tetl lrma)nt m.nuil ji'jin prUtlone .1 4.W.011 113.01 4 I.Vi7.CH . .ni.i3 i;.i.i,iu . i,i),7jI . Z." f l.iSi.Ti) . 7.17.'.OI . nr..:4j.w . i:i.-r7..i' . l.lf.iiri . s,-!7l.l3 . 11 2H,0 .SKVVI'K T IltTIFl '111KTIPS. Itreentl .Negot luted Aicrreinpntti 3lect With I'nuir In the .Senate. Washington. Dee. II. Tlie Senate Cum mine on I'orelgn Ilelations to-day author ized favoralde repeirt" upon recently nego tiated treaties providing for tho extradi tion of criminals between this e ountrv mil Chile and also between this country and lioll.l.i. Similar action was taken with refe-renee to the agreement to extend for another eir the treaty providing for the demarcation of the Wiuiriary line between the Pnlted States and M'-vlio. The e-efntnlttee also authorizesl favonld" reports on cupplementarv niannniiii with reat llrli.iln aril extending for twelve niontiis the- time for the r.itli'.-.itimi of ,.,-n. merci.il conventions witli tint country for reviireeal trade with Us tiosesions in the W.sl lndlei. iT i.o(;i:n consii. it tkiiip.. Illlteinesei xi,. ,rKn). .Bniiit Politics Mal.liiK CIiauKi-d .Nre-msiir). Washington. De-e ji Messrs. I.ivrne W. N'oves and eharle Truav of 'the Nation i! Iluslntss la'.igiic of Chieaso and .Mr. Hutlcr of New Vork addresses! the House Commit tee on foreign Affairs to-day in favor of a leo-giulzatIou of tlie consular service em business Pile s It wax argunl tliat tin polithnl elenii.it enters too strangle into the pre-sent s)Stcm of appointments and that whim a Consul's seiviee e ' d nt tin end of a preI ientlal term he kail Just aciiulred the knowledge making him valuable for the place. ltepie-s.ntatlve Aldrich of Alabama ws h-.erd on his bill to establish ,, diplomatic era! e eii.su! ir school at Wasnlngton similar to the milltnrv school at West Point and the n iv.el school at Annapolis and et forth tl.e merits of the plan. HOOT TALKs ON AICM1 IIII.I.. Setrttnr) lipinrs Ileforr (lie House Coniiiilllee mi tlllltury AfTnlrei. V.ashlngton. Dec. 11. -The Senate Com mittee c"i .Military Affalts to-day continued iU iiiiis-lili rat inn of th army bill. Scrc tar) It'iot veas befure the e-emimlltee for a brief line and icomniciuiis sum,, change lie was followesl by eleiieral .MileH. who e-ontlnuej his remarks of j eterelay. Cene-r-al Wilson. Chii'f of llnineers, also was lie fore tlie eein.mlttef. Vlissonrt l'ondil AfTiilrs. i:i:iri:i.usii:ii vl Washington. Dec. 11. Ilural free diiivry will be e-tabli-hed In Missouri Dec-ember 1. rs feiPo.v- Kalrfa. Atehl-on County: eme carrier; length of route, tvvi nty-sK ,inc one-f Urtt nib. . imputation serveel. 6m; carrier T II Che -man. i-itlirop. Clinton Count), two carriers; length of routes. fort)-e-lght ami thre foiirths niili-s; pcpiilatiim serveel. 1 iji eir-ilen- J T McCuiii and II. L Ife-ggar-taff. Tlie-le- will b established em De-cemln-r 17 It-, a .1111-1311011 la e-onnectleiii witli tl pot eillice at Harvey. III., with facilities for the Iran-action of inone) -order and registry business, and tor the sale eif iosta supplies to 1 e designated as Subtatlun No l' North li.irte). There will be c-tubll-hed on January 1 If 1. a -ut)tattm in c unection with the post oltici at Topek.i, Kas.. with facilities tor the transaction of mone) -order ainl -eg-i-try business, ami for the sale f to-t-il .....lt.. ... 1... .l.bl ... if r.. 1 .... L...I . .. --"I'l'.e -. . -I......C-1I .is UUS(," . I :. and located at Nos. 717 and 713 Kan-as I Tlie Postmaster (Sen. ral has al-o de-igna- IVO iruiiMun '"eivil !! l. J.OUIS as an It) ele pendent station for the ree-eipt and elis pateh of rcsistete-el mails, from ia'firv 1. 1101. "" lourlh-CIns Peratuiaters. KEITItl.If M'lXIAI. Warhlngtcii. lJec. 1L Pourth-class Post masters): Kansas Iluck Creek. Jefferson County J P. tllsh. vice J. S. H.asley. resigned. ' Missouri Howe. McDonald Countv. I:. K. a:A-art, vice li II. Stewart, resigned. Decorative Linens. We direct special attention to our collection of Bureau Scarfs, Pillow Shams, Lunch Cloths, Sideboard Scarfs. D'Oyleys. Tray Cloths. In plain hemstitching, drawnwork and embroidery. Novelties in Torchon, Cluny, Slavian and Arabian Lace cilscts. Table Cloths aad Bed Sheets, elaborately trimmed with laces. iland-embroidercd Linen Bed Spreads, with or without. pillow shams, for single, three-quarter and double UCCIS ' 9Vdvl to vOU. UtJ Damask Lunch Cloths scalloped edg; 1-1 i.e $3.50, $4.03 5 1 size $4.50, $5.00 J yards by 2 yards. . SI2.00 2 yards by 2. yards.$!3.50 2 yards by :. yards 516.00 Ruffled Pillow Shams from SI. 50 to $6.00 a pijr Fine Hemstitched Linen Damask Sets from $4.50 to $32.50 Fine Damask Sets in our own special designs, from.. .$5 to $100 .set Scalloped Towels, a very late novelty, per dozen S7.C0 to 59.50 Huck, by the yard for Toweling, per yard 25c to 65c Comforts. Basement. Filled with wool and covered with figured silkoiine, $4,00 and 54.50 Filled with down, covered with figured sateen.. $5, $6, 57.50, 59.50 Filled with wool, covered with figured silk, border of pink, blue.rcd. green andlavender.512.50, 513.50,522.50 Filled with down, covered with fancy siik, $13.50, $15, $16.50, $18, $20, $21, 523.50 Filled with down, covered with fancy silk and plain-colored satin, reversible $30.00 and $35.00 Wool Bath Robrs and Wrapper Blankets, in large assortment of new styles $3.50 to 512.00 each Trai'cling Rugs at 55.00, $7.50 and $9.50 each SmiSf DRV COODS COMPAIVY. An Up-to-Date Train to FLORIDA tne SOUTHEAST "YEAR-ROUND PULLMAN SERVICE." ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD, City Ticket Office, 218 N. Broadway. There is nothing so nice as a pair of Spectacles or Eyeglasses for an Xrnas present. Lenses changed free of charge after the Holidays. See us first before go ing elsewhere. rrnVocu.,. EG6ERT & FISHER, The Exclusive Opticians, ?S Koenlp. 0ace Countv. F. W. Bebrens. lce 11. W. Idel. reslRiieMl. I "nn l(lencc. Uoone County, W. TV. Rlgf??. lee T. S. RIbrs. remove?el. Hexson. Cedar County. H. X. Holder. Ties II. Moborly, ret.lKned. Oklahoma (ilencoe. Pane County. J. II. William., vie-ee C!. W. Murphy, resigned. Hardin. Kiowu-Comunche Reservation. W. J. Ryan, vice V. J. Klnman. removed. Texas Unrksdale-. Kdwards County. J. it. (-.. eHen. vice A. W. Akerly, resigned. Mnssvllle. Cooke County. L. A. Ellis, vices M. U i:ill. rcslKncl. Tre- I'uldctoo. Matagorda County. W. S. Lewis-. lce T. J. Poole, resigned. IIOI.TK C1ITS WITH PRESmEST. (iorernur.Klre'l DeirLerr Introdoce. Ibr I.lentcnant (ioTfrnor. I:EI'L'lllK s.IKCI.M.. Washington. IVe. II. Lieutenant Gov enicr Rolto of Missouri calleel on President McKlnley to-djy. accompanlcel "ay Oov-rrnor-elrct Dookery. The latter Introduced the IJeutmnt (Sovernor to the President, nho ehjttcil tiUaantty with his vlitors. Detnlls e-re iIHctissed of the rentennial cercmimle-". nhieh will tako place In this city tu-morrov.. C'unflruird ley the Senate. Washington. Dec. 11. Confirmations hy the Senate: Mineral Ijxnel Commissioner In Idaho 5. A. ltlack of Washlnstem. T. A. Ihnls of lil.ilm and II. It. King of Idaho. H. II. Mwrs. to ! Keglnter of the? Land Oftli-e at I-lltle Rock. An:. Huntington WINe-n "f Illlnol". to lee. Sec retary ef tho ITS.itlon of the I'nlteil States to Japan. William I). Ilynum of Indiana, to be- Cora miioner to rele anel ceeillfy the criminal and pen:il law! of the Cnltetl Statei. II. II. Tntum of Montana, to he Aayer in charge of tho Assay Ufflco at Helena, Mont. Daniel II. Mc.Mllltn of New York, to be Associate. Justice of the Supreme Court of New Mcxlcee. To be Major Generals Brigadier General I.IomI Wheaton and llrlgadler General A. R. ChatTee. V. S. V. GILLEHE TIRES OF STAGE. Ill Threatens to Hetreat lo a Little 'ountrv CottsiK'. nri'Pni.icsi'uc-iAi.. Chicago. lcc. 11. Willi em Gillette, acior and elramatist. eteslrcs to leae the stage. He 5j!il m to-night, after dnlng a rcimrt that Sarah teraliardt na.s neKotlatlng with him for th purchae of the French right to "Sherloek Holme." Of his own plans Mr. Gillette said: "1 do not want to write another play. My picture of life l a simple little home In the counlr, a small he.use, a few chicken, a, cow. a deg and a hore. I think the horse would be my e hlef comiMnion. and he would have to b a real horse not a hl?h-splrlted. ovtrtitruug. blooded one. but a telate hon est fellow, that would Jog along with th reins lo- on his hack." Mr. GllleUte turneil trom thlsiilIlic view ti lontraht with it the etching : tag lite. Here." he slid, w.th n fce-ture. "t in il.c printing presses of ourselves e.ery night. and alwajs turn cut the tame e-ditlon", wlti the same old htadllnts und make-up. It beceime ery tire-eime. 'If I cer write another play It will he on th promise that ne act call are to le gnen while It li being plajcd. When the curtain goes down, that will be the end. It will lint be raltcel again, and if I am acti.ig in th? play I will not show mjself before the curtain." Mr. Gillette has lon name-il as a poib!e Hamlet. "I have heard nothing but what I have read." he tald. "Dut If I am akel to attempt that part I will do ?o. though with considerable mLsglilnss and ei gr-at modesty all this prenldtd I do not escap froTO the Mage." HOSPITAL i:XCAVATION-The Hoard of Public Improvements estenlay approved plans for grading and excavating the site for tho new City Hospital, and accepted bids ror the construction of Rocky Ilranch Sewer Uistritt No. S and Dakota Street Sewer Dis trict No. 1. Xmas Presents. JURY CONSIDERING MORRISON VERDICT, 2."o Aprcfinpnt 'After Fourteen Hours eriulgc Will Hold Jurv Several Daya Juror Sick. Wichita. Ka.. Pec. 11. The Jurors th!i morning begin to arguo among themselves over the verdict In the case of Jessie Mor. rion. charged with the murder of Mrs. Olin Castle. The closing- arguments In the case wera not finished until 10 o'clock Inst night. A that time Judge Shlnn sent the Jury to th hotel for the night, with Instructions not t begin consideration of their crdlct until S:C0 this morning. Tho crowd which listened to the, argu ments during the elay had remained until tho last moment. When Jessie Morrison awoke In her celt this morning It was with a scne of th realization that her fate at the hands of thi Jury would soon be known. She? had lis tened to the speechmaklng of the law-- yesterday from S 33 In tho morning till W at night, and whllo she follower! tho prr ce.eellngs closely and once or twice .-aibried quietly, her whole being radiated sunshln. Th roll of the Jury was calb-el promptly at S.30 this morning. As on as tho Juron had taken their seats Judge Shinn ordered the twelve men to retire. Tho Jury was lei to a small room on the seconel floor of th Ceurthoue set aside for It nnd Its struggle began. People In the hallway outside could hear the men talking loudly, apparently alL at the same lime. The Jury came In at 10 o'clock this even ing with no v enllct. nfter being out fourtee'ii hours. One of the jurors was III and Judj Shlnn sent them to thei hotel until monilii;. Judge) Shlnn said: "I will hold the jury three or four e!a. unless they bring In a verdict In fore that time." Mis- Morrison, after hearing tho an nouncement, seemed downca&t over tSc fu ture. Mr. MincUolfortf's Snecens, KKITRIJU SPECIAL. Warhington. Dec. 11. Representative T. W. Shackelford of the Klghlli MIourl Dis trict was smiling blandly tei-day at the suc cess of a visit he hd made to the Post Ofllt De-partment. He se-eureel frcm the Superintendent of lree-lellvcry Service a promise that rural fr-e-ele livery routes will be establlsheel wlihout eleday at RoonvllI. lll.iek Water. Olean and Versailles. Th Mpeiintenuent promieu to nave ine-e ap pllcatlous made up as special cases, and an examlntr will be sent at oncs to report, uron them. Judge Shackelford hopes to have tha routts In full operatl n early In February. What are Humors? They are vitiated or morbid fluid coursinc the veins and affecting the tissues. Thy are commonly elue to defective digestion, tut sometimes Inherited. How do they manifest themselves? In many" forms of cutaneous eruption, salt rheum or eczema, pimples and bolls, and la weakne. languor anil general debility. How ate they expelled? Uy Hood's Sarsaparilla Which also builds up the system that haa suffered frcm them. It Is the best of all medicines for nil humors ssjKsvsetfisii; " "i-.