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THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1001.
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TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.
business"
Local discount rates were quoted at 4U to
f. per rent on call and time loan-. The rl ar
anccs were J7.T77.17C; bilanees. S-Vl'H 1
nntlc exchange was quoted as folioivs
New York. SOc discount bid. I'lc discount
askel, Chicago. So premium hid. 40e pre
mium nskcil; Cincinnati. lVs discount Mil.
pir asked: Now Orleans. 1' dircnutit bid.
liar ashed. Louisville, Mc discount bid. .'
atked
The local Tihe.it market closed lower at
Ric Sent.. 7l,0-c )U1 1". -c :'kfil
.M.iv. 7u'2s;1'm; No 2 icil Corn closed lower
it .V.c Scp"i.. SRllV T-. t"'c SIav
f'.V.'?c No 2 white. Oat closed at 3:.V
i-ept . SC'i-c Mil Die. :'S'ko May, ST'tiST'ic
X3 2.
The local spot otlun mitl.et closed
M.ud), but 3-lCc lower
local and srnrRitAN.
Broker and lirali iV cb rks h-ive estab
lished a "stock cuib" .it l'oiirth and Olive
streets
nnln Orthwetn and Clnrles Hemp aic
arrested lift, r ilKht 111 u street cat, which
jesulted from an nlltgtd Insult to a woman.
Two marrliges ami an engagement are a
neck's leiord lor a Lucas avenue restau
rant St T.ouls jubi'c schools open with an at
tendance of W2& pupils.
Tho Fresh Air Mission closer an active
nnd successful reason
"Ihe first rtalto for the World's Fair or
JM3 Is driven, nmld scenrs of enthusiasm.
The Inquest on Willi" Kopejko. killed by
n Transit car al Fourteenth rtreet and La
Tajttte avenue, was continued because ot
the absence of the car crew.
.Judge Zachrltz granfed a temporsrj' or
ar restraining bookmaklng mi the Delmar
track, and the defendants have announced
that they will npply for a writ of prohl-
tttion.
Il-8 Julia Torsyth of Woodlawn was
married to Charles II. Flanagan of St.
Ixiuls at the bedside of her father, who Is
dargerously HI. and who suggested the
rarly nuptial
Jlrick mnnufr-cturcrs nk for an injunc
tion against former employes who went out
on a strike Inst June, restraining them from
Interfering -with the-companies" rmplojes.
Francis B. Arlar, general manager of tho
Interchangeable Brake Beam Company. ex
pired suddenly of acute abdominal trouble.
The art exhibit at the Kxposltlon will con
sist entirely ot pictures loaned by St. Loul
nns. Including many masterpieces of the
' leading artists of both continents.
The Mercantile Trust Company paid In to
the Collector more than JKO.OOO taxes on the
property of Its clients nnd the company It
pel r.
OEN-BRAIj DOMESTIC.
Nearly H.000 Is now offered for the rap
ture and conviction of "Bosrfe" Francis,
negro, alleged slajer ot Mary Henderson
nf Columbus. Mo.
Doctor Oren Root, brother of the Secre
tary of War, Is credited with saying thnt
In his opinion New York will support Gov
ernor Odell for the Republican presidential
nomination ind that Roosevelt Is dead
presidential timber.
With the exception of districts In the
(southwestern portion of the State where
iocal rains are reported, drought still pre
laws In the Texas cotton district.
Professor John M. Crow, a Missouri
school teacher, during a quarrel shot and
severely wounded Matt Hicks at Annlston,
Mo.
Texa legislature passes bill redlstrlct
Ing the congressional districts, and the
measure now goes to the Governor for sig
nature. jeifteen-Tcar-oia Illinois girl carries her
' three younger sisters from, a burning dwell
ing and eares their lives.
The eighty-fifth annual conference of the
Missouri District of the Methodist Episco
pal. Chorea. South, will hegln at St. Joseph
to-aay.
It is understood that General MaeArthur
will he assigned to the command of the
Department of the Colorado when General
MerrUun retires In November.
Mr. Bryan yesterday secured control of
the National Watchmen, published at
Washington. D. C The plant will be re
moved to Lincoln.
The Alabama constitutional amendment
was adopted by the convention yesterday
and 'will be submitted to the vote of the
people.
The Bteel Trust gained a number of men
from the strikers yesterday, and has In
creased the capacity of set-oral of Its
mills, operating with nonunion men.
The letter carriers at Chattanooga yester
dav spent the day In considering the an
nual reports of tho officers of the associa
tion. Ths Government auction of town lots at
Lawton, Anadarko and Hebart produced
J7C6.033. The amount will be spent for the
ptihllc Improvement of the towns.
Governor Stanley of Kansas addresses the
Southwestern Soldiers' Association at their
reunion held In Arkansas City, Ark.
FOREIGN.
It Is announced from Pekln that LI Hung
Chang's health Is rapidly falling and that
h"may never be able to sit with the Gen
eral Council again.
Ttoer commandos have been making fresh
raids In Cape Colony, and seem to be well
supplied with horses and ammunition.
Prince Chun arrived at Berlin yesterday,
lie will appear before the Kaiser to-day
nnd apologize for the murder ot the Ger
man Minister at Pekln.
Colombian officials deny tho statements
of President Castro of Venezuela that
Colombia has Invaded Venezuelan territory
or aided In any movement against Castro's
Government.
German newspapers criticise Vice Presi
dent Roosevelt for his Minneapolis speech.
In which he stated that the United States
would enforce the Monroe Doctrine In
South America.
SPORTING.
St. Louis will bo represented In the golf
championships at Atlantic City next week.
But one ot eighteen carrier pigeons lib
erated In St. Louis Sunday has reached
horns to Cincinnati, early on Monday morn
ing. Winners at Delmar Park jesterday were
Ogle, Percy R., Miss Gollghtly. La Spara,
Menace and Honey wood.
The Cardinals were "defeated In the first
game at Brooklyn by the scoro of 8 to 3; the
seoond game tbey won by the score of s
toT.
The yacht Independence had her last race
yesterday. The boat will he dismantled
and sold for old Iron.
The Pittsburg syndicate v.estcrday placed
a bet of RCO.O00. against J1E0.000 that tho
Shamrock will not lift tho America's Cup.
This Is said to bo the largest wager ever
made.
RAILROADS.
The Santa Fe may enter St. Louis on. tho
St. Iyrals, Kansas City and Colorndo tracks.
The mechanical department of tho Mo
bile and Ohio Is placed under tho manage
ment of two heads.
The Fort Worth and New Orleans proper
ty Is transferred to the Houston and Texas
Central.
The Illinois Railroad and Warehouse
Commissioners hear arguments on tho
bridge Junction croElng controversy.
The Union Pacific and Southern Pacific
lotnpanles create the offices of mall con
tract superintendents.
Marine Intelligence.
New York, Sept. 3 Arrived: Hohenzol
lern, fmm Naples.
GlaHgow. Sept 3. Arrived: rurnessla,
fiom New York.
New York, Sept. 3 Balled: Servla, Ltver-
WUll.
Genoa, Sept. 2. Arrived: Aller, Cew
York, via Naples.
Liverpool. 8ept, 3 Arrived: Sicilian. Mon-tri-al.
Manila. Aug. 31. Sailed: Chlng Wo, from
Taroma. etc., for Liverpool.
Cherbourg, Sept. 1. Sailed: Koenlgcn
Lulse. from Bremen, for New York.
Gibraltar, Sep!. 1. Sailed: Werra, from
Genua nd Naples, for New York.
Tl mouth Sailed: Pennsylvania, from
Hamburg nnd Boulogne, for New York.
New York, Sept. 3 Sailed: Gcorglc, Liver
pool. Lizard. SepL 4, l!:IOa. m. Passed: Steam
ci St. PkuI. New York, for Southampton.
Brow, Head, Sept. 4, 4:15 a. m. Passed:
YAJ-- - fiteasBetV Teutonic .New Tork, for Queens-
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The Second Uaritist Clmrrli at Jloanmotit and I.ocuM. stroc(!. now known as
"TIic Tomplo," and wblch It Is prnpoood to ronvert Into thf firt Pnwli-lle
church In SL I.ouis.
The latest thing In the evolution ot St.
T.ouls churches is the proposed transforma
tion of the Second Baptist Church building,
comer of Beaumont and Locust streets. In
to a temple of Dowlelsm. This transforma
tion will take place next Sunday afternoon
at 3 o'clock, and the principal part to the
act will be William llamner Piper, over
seer of the Catholic Christian Church In
Zlon In America, who 19 commissioned by
Mr. Dowle to officiate. At this time the
Reverend Lemuel C. Hall and Mrs. Mary
McGce Hall will be duly installed as the
representatives of Dowlelsm In St. Louis.
In tho evening, the ordinance ot "triune
Immersion" v. Ill be administered to about
fifty person", and thero will be also be a.
reception to numbers ondthe administra
tion of the Lord's Supper.
The sudden change ot front on the part
REDISTRIGTING BILL
BEADY FOR SIGNING.
Texas Legislature Passes Measure
as Agreed Upon by the Con
ference Committee.
rtEPCBuc EPnenxi,.
Austin, Tex.. Sept, 3 -The Free Confer
ence Committee's report on the congres
sional redlstiictlng bill was adopted by
both houses of tho Texas Legislature to
day after a bitter wrangle and the bill
sent to the Governor for his approval.
Tho bill provides for sixteen district-,
where there were formerly thirteen, and.
In the rearrangement, it Is estimated that
four districts nre made doubtful. In that
too many Republican counties havo been
grouped. This will likely be the case In
Congressman Slayden's district, likewise.
Congressman Ball'-. The Ul Paso district
Is also considered doubtful, as well as one
of the new North Texas districts Tho
bill as it goes to the Governor provlib-s
sixteen districts, comprising counties its fol-
Flrst Dlitilct-lAmar. lira rtlver. Bowte. Ca.
Mnrlon. Morris. Tltu-. Camp, rratiklln. Delta
end Hopkins. ,. ,
Feconrl District Jefferson. Orange. J.wlon.
Jascr Sabln. San AugTiitlne. Aneellrn. Chero
kee. NarOKdoch-n. Shelby. Panola. Harrison. Ti
ler 'and Hardin .
..-., in.,-.., Vsti nrnlt. He-f!ercn. Wood.
J.UH'1 1VH'.. ..... . -- - -- -
Smith. Urnhur. GrcsK. Hu'J. nnd Kaufman
l'ouith DIstrlct-Grav-on. Collin, I annln. Hunt
ntlh l)ltitct Dallis. Rnekwall. Kills, mil anil
Bosque. , ,
Sixth Dlrtrlct Knvarro. Freestone. Limestone.
Roblnvn. lirnios and Jlllam
t-eventh Dlstrlct-eial-.cston Llbertv. Clam
lre. l'olk. fcan Jarlnto. Trlnltv, llu-tcn and
Anderson.
lJKhth DI"trlct-Dirrl. rort Hen 1, Austin.
Waller, llontgomery. Cilme-, w ilker. Jlaalson
and l.i on.
Mnih lltrlct VVlnrtjn. MTtnsorda. .lirk'on.
Iivncn. (Soirile". Iewitt. V 1, torla. ("alhrmit,
ArBiisj-. ItefiiRki. Gollail. liee. Humes, nraz.jrla,
Colorado nnd l'a:i!te.
Tenlh Dli-trlrt-VVllllam'on. Trarl. Havs. Cald
well. Jjijtroii. Waslilngton. lJurleson, le -nd
i:iee'nth Itrlrt-Mclennan. l'alls. Hell,
CurjeU and Hamlllim.
ervell. Jolinsnn. rrath nnd Cmmm-he
iniiieenui I'j-iini- s--e'. ,'j-k. ';: v.,;
tague, 'lnj. Jack, loung. Arch-r. VMcnlta. vv u-bnrr-r.
ltavlor. Thro Itmorton. Knox, hoaw.
llafleinan. tlitile. Motlej. Pl..)d. llal-. Parmer,
Jirtro. awfher. Ilrl-cne. llilf. Cl.lWres.. Col
llneworlh. Doniei. ArmMrong. Itnmlill. Iei
omlth. Dldham. l'ottr. c-arnon, .rnj. Wheeler,
IemnhHI Kolierts Hutchinson Moore. Hart -.
ltailarn! hlierman. lUnTonl. Ochiltree an.l IJ-
CCfourtefnth Dltrlct-l-inip-ia. lWiiin. Cole
man Mills MrCulloch. .Man.n. 8in.SalaI.lino.
ome'-ple. lllanco. COinii. Hevar. Keui-ill. Iverr
nidfuintr.r"llstriet-Slt-Ilni.iFrlo. Ataroa. Mc
MTi leii iJiMlle. W-bli. llmal Nueees. Cameron
1 iwilso Starr. Zapata. 1-an Pntrlcto Live Oak.
Hvalde. Zivall. Dlmmlll, Maverick. Klnne, Val-
"Meent'Dls?rlct-ra l Jeff D.. Pre
sidio ltrewHer. l'ecos. Cnvknt. lllunnl. Svt
Jin Welc'tr JUmnl. Kimble itonchn. Tom
r-re'en Irion t'pton. Crane. War I. lleevy. Iv
Inc Wlnklef. L-ctnr. Mldlind. C.lnfaeeck. 'Wer-Fn-
r"e. Itunrels. cainiian. Stephens. Sim. k
lifOTd Jone,. 1, tor. -Nolan rklier. Sciirrj.
Mttcliell Howard. Hordtn. IBWon Martli, An
rtieSi niines "Vcil-um. forhran. llocklev. Ter
! nw'ork I.vnn. C.arra. Kent. i:i-tlinl, t'alo
IVrlo. l'mli'ill, stJnenall. King. Wtin... Cros
Ij, l!amb and Italic).
MME. BERNHARDT'S HEALTH.
Kuinoreil Perioiis . Illness of the
Actress On-atly Exaggerated.
Paris. Sept. 3. It was announced to-night
that Sarah Hcrtirnrdt hail .proml-cd her
services In support of .1 fete In aid of the
anti-tuberculosis propaganda, to be given on
the occasion of the Czir' -visit and under
the patronage ot the Czarina. This Indt
intes that her Indisposition recently re
ported Ij not n eerlous one.
National HnnUs Approved.
IinPtniLlC hl'KClAL
Wathluglon. Sept. 3 The application to
organize lite First National Hank of Paw
huska. Ok., with a capital of JZi.WO, has
linen ftimrnvpd.
Tl'C tollowlng banks have been approved
ur reserve nget.ts:
Metropolitan National. Chicago, for the Ftrjt
National. Chicago Helghtr. Jll .
Ilrit National. Kon-n" Clt, Mo , for the Fttat
National, ft. John. Kos
National Hank of Commerce, St. Louis, for th
I'lrst National. Kemp, Ter.
Merchants' National. Houston, for the City Na
tional, t-an Anlohl". Tti.
l'oarlli-CInss Postmnstpm.
nnrciiuc s,iKciAr ....
Washington. Sept. 3. Tho following
fourth-class Postmasters were appointed
to-day:
Illinois Potitliilow-n. McLean Count, W. Smal
ler, vice It. OurAl. resinned.
Tennesce-lrultvale, Crockett County, S. K.
KmlBon. vlce-n- N. nIn. resiraea.
Texas Trent Taylor County, J. Crpers, vice
SECOND
CHURCH BUILDING.
of tie Reverend nnd Mrs. Hall ha been
brought about by their recent conversion to
Dowlei-.ni. and their ordination as 'VMeia
and evangelists" In that faith last Sunday
at a meeting htld In the Auditorium at
Chicago. It will be remembered that wlun
Mr. and Mrs Hull came to SL Louis a
jear ai0 they prcipjsed to establish a union
evangelistic work, expecting a io-operrtlon
of other churches of the ilty. and so pi.r
diaMd the Second Biptlst Churi.li pror rty
for this purpose. Not receiving the co
operation they expected, they allied them
selves with the National Holiness Associa
tion Later on. however, thrlr relations
with this association were severed, and they
drifted Into Dowlelsm. Henceforth the Sec
ond Biptlst Church building will be de
voted to the propagation of the doctn.ies
ot John Alexander Dowle one of the prin
cipal tenets of which is divine hi alius.
FGBGES HER WAY
TO SON'S BIER.
Mrs. Otlielia Marks HeTuecs to
Leave the Ilouse Until an Of
ficer Appears on Scene.
Angered by being refued admission to
the house where her favorite son lay dead.
Mr". Othella Marks of No. 3110 Washing
ton avenue forced her way past the woman
who hid answered the door bell and Invaded
tho house, despite the protests of her
daughter-in-law. She refused to depart un
til requested to do so by Policeman I'ox of
tho Tenth District.
Jacob Marks of No. 4107 Finney avenue
died at 6 o'clock veterdoy morning. An
hour laler a neighbor tclt phoned his moth
er, telling her to come to the house. Antici
pating trouble. Mr. Catherine Marks, the
daughter-in-law, had given Instructions
tint her dead husband's mother b refused
ndmison to the house. Several friends
wire with Icr. When the hell rang yes
terdaj afternoon one ot these went to the
door, where .Mrs. Othella Marks confronted
her.
"I want to seo tho body of my son," de
mand! d Mrs. Marks.
"I cannot admit yotl to the house," was
tho answer. ,
J'or a moment heated remarks were ex-
was about to be elosed in her face, Mrs.
Marks dashed Into tho house. Sho took a
position by the corpse, nnd, sitting down
refustd to move.
Mrs Catl.erlno Marks sent for a police
man. OMecr Pox entered the room within
ten minutes Seeing the officer the- mother
gave in gracefully, saving that, since s))0
li id Fecn her son, she would go milotlv
without further words: '
Jaeob .Marks was In tllo millinery busl
msH ut No. .04 North liroidvvnv. His
mother Is said to be part owner of the es
tablishment. Thejoum; man married about
six j ears ngo, nnd hail several children
Mrs Catherine Marks Mild last night thnt
Inr mothir-lii-law had never called to ee
her son and that on this account she had
thought It unnecessary that she should view
Ills bodv. Mrs. Othella Marks, who Is tho
widow of Henry Marks, said last evenlnc
that the was too sick after the occurrences
pf the afternoon to discuss her entry Into
her ton s home.
CIRCULATION- STATISTIC.
r;overiuiient's Itepurt nn the Money
of lis Country.
Washington. Sept. 3 The monthly clrcu
atlon statement of the Comptroller of the
Currency shows that at the close of busi
ness August 31 1J01. tho tctal circulation
of national bink notes was f37,tl9,lr. un
Increase for the Mar of rslll I MO. and un
Inereuse for the month of SSI 36;.2;2
The circulation ba-ed on United States
bond. SaSH"!" 351. an Increase for th war
of J77..M9JI, and an Increise for tlie month
of JUt.H.sT'j. The clrculatl-n secured by law
ful money amounted to J29.012.W4. a decrease
for the vear of Jl Cfl.lC), ntld a decr'-nse f3r
th month of 51(V.7.ii.
The amount nf United Stiles regl-te-ed
bonds on deposit In secure clrculitlig notes
wns V. 2' (' and to secure public de
posits J1W bJ.rco.
l'ulillc Ilolil Mntenient.
Washington. Sept. 3 The mnnthlj slate
'mentof the public debt Issued to-daj "hows
that at the close or business August 31, IJOi,
tl'ede-ht.lrrs cnh In the trensurj. amounted
to Jl.()?.3!i.'C;, a de'rens- for the month ot
fj 4St).M)T.
The debt Is recapitulated ax follows: Interest-bearing
debt $SS2,filO.K). Ibt on
w hleh Interest has ceufed since maturity.
ll.3!'l.c:o. IJebt tearing no interest. J3S2,
2.411. Total. J1.3W.221.I21. This amount,
however, does not Include J780.33,tl33 In cer
tlllcates and treasurj- notes outstnndlnng,
which nre oirset by an eaual amount of
cash held for their redemption. The cash
In the trcasurv Is classified as follows: Gold
reserve. JItOaVKIOWi: trust 'funds. rw.033.0sa:
general fund. Jl63,770.?n.
In li itlonnl depositories, J101.0-K.S31.
Total. 91.19g.SI0 4M. against which there are
demand liabilities' outstanding amounting
to. J6S.M9,lu3 lcHvlng a cash balance on
hand of $323,971.3:5.
C. II. Dickson Appointed.
nnptniLic ferncfAf..
Washington. Sept. 3 Charles H. Dickson
of Indianapolis, formerly United States
Supervisor of Indian School!-, was to-dnv
nppolnted Chief of the Accounts Division of
the Indian office.
Low Itntes to Colorndo una I'tsh
Via Missouri Pacific Hallway.
Tickets on sale September 1 to 10. Inclu
sive, al the following Rreally reduced rates:
Itottnd
Trip.
St. tajuls to Pueblo. Colorado Springs
and Denver .921.00
St. Louis to Glenwood Springs ....r... 31.00
St. lviuls to Salt iMke City ond'Ogdcn,
Utah ..., 38 W
Timiici in netnhee .11. I9ai. For further
Information call on or- address City Ticket
,
ARCHITECT TAYLOR TELLS THE GREAT RELATION
RflRNF RY THE FIRST STAKE TO THE EXPOSITION.
"Mr. President and Ccntlemen: Prom this stake, whleh his just been driven
bv the Chairman of the eommltti e that will supply the phvsk-al part of this
Kxpnsltlun, the (iitlre Imposition will radiate.
"This Htake Is the nn hitt tural tenter of tho grounds. Prom It will di
verge In all direction- the broatl avenues, whkh. bicjlnnlng April i, 1301, tboit
.s.inds from fai-removed jortlons of the eirth vvllb triad In admiration.
Where now the tall oaks ami the hlllh ttrouml supply the onlv vista will be
tall, white bulldlnRs and st.iiutt and cascades and wall rfalls On the great
iivtnueH which will radi ite from this pjlnt will be shown tin wealth and the
progress nf the nations of the earth
"The ablest rn n I" the nmntrv not "peaking of niv"' If hive been engag'd
to des:i these building, and, if the Lunl puserv.s the h illli I have and
keeps wlih up-the -itstalnlng stniigtli of tins.. Kntlemen around nie. April
30. I'm.:, will iipm to the woild the kinndist most ntagnllknut Kvposltion the
worM l.is evfii seen" Arrhllei t T.ilur's Speech .it tin- Sial.e-Iirlvliif: Cere-
nionies
.
SJsss0ssss
PRFSinFMT nAVin r. FRANCIS
THF IMPORTANCE OF
"Iilm lots of the Isiul'iiui I'tirilias
are met hete this mornuig in sin Itifottn
the llrt "teji in the plivtkal vvurl. r til
rued it. lids i Itv thne sears .uo The
mirk ut mull, not only ill the hislorv
the M!rl'iliiil Vall'v anil of our mtlr
work which will not onlv broaden and
leniu iniineii, , s villi be Ml fnim the A
to the Clulf
'lite slrst (ifike v.lll now lie driven
; I' ' u in t " ll t lets
laboring oar and who lias done more tba
3 I. i.li) "l '
lion the LiiiiMuna Purchase Kvpoi-lll'jn
HI i ke-Driving O n inonb s
ttvvvvvvtvvv0vvvvI
GREAT CROWD SEES
FIRST STAKE DRIVEN.
Conf lulled from I'iibi ".
scope mid plan Inve be(n jtrepnred, ai d
now wu have nut to drive the first stake In t
Ihe iiiaelieal work of i on-tru ting the I'.i-- I
poslllon. 1 as. those who have oinplalii-U
to dt" en instance where "inii'ar work has
not required more than double that lime.
" rill Is not ii time', perhaps, to praise Jn
dlvldimls. but It is lilting that this stake
should be driven b one who his been the
hltcbltig-posi of the movement from the
time of his connection with It. I do not de
tract fiom the ma'terly work of Pre-sldoit
Prnncls und cthi r men when I say had it
not In en for the Meadv hand, the lion will
and the quick perception of -Mr. Thompson,
this stake would lwver have been driven.
"Now. mv fellow-directors, as we have a
share In the work. let us continue to stand
united and aid these men to deliver this
work In Its splendid completeness 0n the
day appointed "
IKRIUI.M Fll WCIS'S
ILOMMi KYIIOILTVrHIN.
"Gentlemen," said President Prancl-.w hen
Mr. Walbrld(,c had finished bpeaWng. "this
i nds the simple ceremonies of this historic
occasion. I want only to emphasize tho
closing Injunction of Mr. Wnlbrlilgc. and
not only ask the Directors, but every man.
woman and child In this community to put
his shoulder to tho wheel and to work
earnestly and harmoniously for the success
of this gnat undertaking."
Charles Schweickardt had prepared an
elaborate luncheon at the Cottage for the
Directors and their guests, and many ac
cepted his hospitality.
Pl.lsjMM. l,KIOI.M.aT
IIISTOIUCAI, SIISKIM.
At a meeting of the Historical Committee,
held at World's Fair headquarters jester
day afternoon, It was. definitely decided that
In the event of the State Joining with tho
committee to erect a permanent fireproof
building, to be ued as a museum after the
Fair, such building would become the
State's property, snd the State would have
the rlsht of appointing the trustees of the
museum.
The plan of the committee Is to secure an
appropriation Of tlWHW from the World's
Talr Company. 9100 000 from the Mls-ourl
State Commission nnd 9'AX bv mibscrlp
tlons, to be raised by the Missouri His
torical Society. With tho 92.W.W0 It Is pro
posed to erect a handsome building, which
will be fireproof and permanent. This will
remain as an histprical museum. In which
historical eocletles of the State may place
their collections If, they so desire.
In the building will be an auditorium for
mectltiKS. conventions of bodies Interested
In history, anthropology and arcnaeoiogy.
Societies Interested In these suhjects will
be assigned to perm-incut quarters In the
building. During the Talr proper the
State's exhibit will occupy tho larger part
ot the structure, leaving sufficient space for
the historical exhibit.
Telegrams were received at headquarters
jesterday from A.tJ. Mlchner and Jpseph
Thursbj-, St. Ituls delegates to the letter
carriers' convention at Chattinooga.
stating thnt nil their World'i Fair adver
tising matter had been disposed of and ask
ing for an additional supplj-. The mes
sages .said that great enthusiasm was man
ifested In favor of tho Pair.
II. P. Kucker, Commis' loner of Trans
portation of the Pan-American Imposition,
was in St. IouIs jesterday at the Invitation
of the r.ilr mimgrment. Mr. Kucker had
rharge nf the arrangement ot rates to Iluf
falo during the Imposition with railroads
throughout the countrj-. He was In con
ference with members of the Iloird ot
Directors jei-terd.ij-.
riiAYCis nucKn r.s
Mi.siAt.n mini iMuim:T.
The following letter was received b Prcs.
Ident Tronels je1erdav- from O. 11 Cortel
joti. secretarj- to President McKlnlrj-;
Ml Dear Gowmo- Prancls- I nm illrecl.d by
the President to nihnowl'dije the r'cclnt of jour
fnvor of iceent date, together with toe be-iullful
alttan of vletss presented In behalf of the lyulsi-nn-i
Piirchine Ilnposltlon Cbmpanj, which he Is
ery ctad to r-ave
Tliarklns ou In the President' behalf for
jour cuurt'sv In this matter, and assurlni: jou
of Ids cordltl appreciation of th1 Ulnllv ex
pressions cntnlnnl In votir letfr, believe me.
with Kind regards nrd t"t wlshe., erj slnrertlj
jetr".
tsicn'di . o n conTi:i.vou.
sVcretirj to the I'rfsldent.
T. K. rtruner, Secretarj- of Agriculture of
North Carolin-i, In a letter to the legis
lation Committee says tint his Stlte Is
eager to be well represented tit the Ixnns-
lin.i Purchase Exposition. For the Clilcngo
Exposition North Carolina approprltted
923,0'0. and P.W) addltloml was appropri
ated bj- the Stale Koird of Agriculture.
Mr. Itrtiiier believe": that this sum will be
considerably exceeded and thnt the State
exhibit will be. ot a higher order at the
World's Talr.
OeorRo P. Parker, formerly I'nlted States
Consul to Birmingham. Iaicland. was jes
terdav appointed representative In the
li'nltetl Kingdom for the Louisiana Purchase
Kxposltlon. with headquarters in London.
HISTOItlCAL SOCII.TV
to it.Msi: irii,riiii,iio"i.
At a rpcclal meeting of the Missouri His
torical Society, hi Id at the s0clctjs rooms,
No 1CM Locust Mrcet. last night, steps were
taken to raise t'.f)(.t to be -pnt In the
erection of a permanent flrtprinf lit Ildmg
nt the WoriiPs Pair for the leajntlon of
the historical exhibit. L. I. liushnell, the
president, of 1). L llushnell S. Co . Hinted
that his business would prevent him from
ftollcltlng funds, but that he would head
Hie siibscrlntlon with SI.W0. A committee
consisting nf Joseph Whcless. Prank Qalen-
nle, u. l. llushnell, i;. v. jjrusU ,. .,.
Mason was appointed by the chair to de
vise a plan for pushing the .subscription
The tneetlm- was enthusiastic, and all pres
ent appeared confident tint the reqalr-d
sum could be raised bj September 1. when
the State Commlslson wlH expect a report.
DAMAGE SUIT DISMISSED.
T. H. naugliawniit Will Not Press
Case Against W. Harrington.
nnpian.ic srnciAi..
Cnrthage. Mo.. Sept. 3 -In the Circuit
Court to-day T. B. Haughawout dismissed
his damage suit for 93.000 against Walter
Harrington for the loss pf a library, when
the store of Harrington burned.
Harrington hail nue.d for UOOO Insurance.
The loss occurred last I-cbruary.
Tli. Beat Prescription fo Malaria,
mm. .. ... . .,.!! nf Onsre's TSBtalm
?tW,cioJ., SfSJf&Sfr."
J.OT$v.-)vl
SETS FORTH BRIEFLY
THE DRIVING OF FIRST STAKE.
c i:pnsilnii ''oin;,iii and filinds; We
:il m inner ainl without uotlie to take
! greil in ilert iking which w.n linuqu
ftrlie which will not. lie driven will
of this i-ntii prise, but III the lilstnrt of
,. roiinlrv We are uterine1 l.rmn n.
I'-vate this i ommtinllj , but whose b nef-
lltntic !u the Paellk-autl finm the lakt s
bv the f'Kilrmin of our Committee on
fiom the beKlnnlti of this work borne a
t any otlnr one mm, or any set of
te for carrvlng to a suec s.ful eoniple
' -biweeh of Preslcent I'nncls at the
PBINGE GHUN IS
GUEST GF KAISER,
Lpiaioiy Mission Will c Ton-
chiili'd To U.iy iinil ii'iiii:ui 1Mi-
loniats An !N"ol Ilappv.
hpi:ci.l HY .u:i.i:
litrlln. Sept 3 The outcome of the Chi
nese expiatory mission Is a bitter dicep
tion for Geriii.inj. Prime Chun left Itasel,
onlj' after recelvlnt; the Emperor's assur
ance that he would be received In private.
Klen Chang, the Chinese Ambassador to
(lermanj-, aloue bilng present to act as In
terpreter. The Orman Government has alo relin
quished Its (Ialm that Prince Chun should
make excuses for the murder of Ttaron von
Kctteler. The conciliatory attitude of the-
Ianperor ! due to the energetic Intervention
nt Count von Ihi'low. who judited Itadvlsi
ble to put an end to the unpleasant incident.
Count -von Ilm low- has alreidv returned to
Nordernv. In order to skow that he Ignores
the- visits of the so-called explatorj- mis
sion. Tlie arrival of the mission was a verj
tame arfalr, and the members will make out
a short Mijour.i here. The Hmperor will
start on Friday for the m-ineuvers and the
members of the mission will then cease to
be his guests The other members of the
mission will not be received at all bj the
Fmperor.
The Chinese CJowrnment having abso-lutelj-
refused to allow the mission to per
form tho kow-tow, the gnat expiatory
ceremonv planned to take place In the v.t.ito
hall of the Emperor's Merlin pilace Is aban
doned. All together, tho einIof!leInl prss Is
stricken with dumbness, but the opposition
journals are miking the utmost of the In
cident. The Iierlltvr Zcltung declares that
Germany has guffercdjio such'rpvere since
Olmutz.
The Volks Zeltung writes: "Prince Chun
crosr.es the frontier as a victor."
Tho Tageblalt pavs: "It is well that this
Incident, which has rendered Germany o
ridiculous In the eyes ot foreigners, is at
last Closed "
Prince Chun will lodge as Emperor Wil
liams Ruest. for two dajs. at the orangerj
of the pilice at Potsdam. It Is expected
that the F.mpcror will pay no further itt'i
tion In Prince Chun afttr his Majety has
received him In audience.
MAYOR FLEISCHMAN EXPLAINS.
Fined for Tiospass, hut Did Not
Ass-anil nn Officer,
nrn'unr.ie speciai
Cincinnati. O., Sept. 3 The Tall Festival
Association Ins received a letter from
Major rielschmann upon the subject of his
reported battle with country Constables and
game wardens neir his country place in
New- York State. In It he sajs:
"Your vtrv kind telegram reached me at
Portland. Me., last night, but I was not, (is
jou mlKht Infer, a fugitive from Justice.
According to the Cincinnati p-ipers, copies
of which I received n few moments agi It
looks as though I came pretty nearly
"knocking out" the glorj- and honor f
Cincinnati, but reilly did not pull u
knife, did not violate the gime laws, nor
was I arrested. It Is true that I was fish
ing where I liad no business to fish, and the
next daj- I was Innded a' piper. In which
"the deponent" said sin awful lot. nnd tip-in
Inveslljjation I found that I was suetl fcr
trc'nass
"I v as advised It wis nccesstrj- for me
to have mv- nttornej appear before xi cet
Inln m iglstrnte and pav hlm i! cents, th's
being the trepis fee. together with other
court charges, .-(mounting In all to 5120
This was done and the Incident was closed."
THREE PERSONS INJURED.
Tier man Vo.ss, A. Fontana and Of
fiicr Fiiincll Hurt ly Cars.
An n.i:on avenue car at S o'clock jes
fcrdaj morning collided with a wagon
driven bj Herman Voss. living at Costello,
St. Louis County, ne ir the Intersection of
Clara avenue The driver was thrown
from his sent anil ut nnd brtil-ed on the
head and todj The wagon and contents
were demolished. The wagon was laden
v.lth potatoes and peaches.
In aligning trom a i ortn-imunn .ifnerson
avenue car at t.rnvols
ravols avenue Jesterdij-
...i John II llniall of th-
In tto'rlng the track wis
mo: Hint;. I'ntrolm,!
Second Dlslnct. In
struck tij u outli-lioun'I car. He was ;
inrown in uif pinei, nut cheapen witn a
ffvv cuts on the 1 end lie vvrs removed to
hi- heme. No. fds Virginia averue.
A Laclede avenue car jeterdiv- morning
struck A. routana of Jefferson Countj'.
Mhsourl, as he- .vas crossing the traces on
Maiket strict b'twcni Sixteenih and Sev
enteenth str,.(s. The Injured mtn wa
Inken t the Cltv Hospital. His Injuries
consist of several cuts on the rlgnt side
of the head
WILL MEET IN KANSAS CITY.
Post Ofllff Clerks Select Place for
Next Convention.
Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 3 The question of
the National United Post Ofllce Clerks As
sociation affiliating with the American Fed
cratlo.i of Labor was Indetlnltelj- postponed
nt to-nlt-hl's -sdon. Kansas City, Mo , wan
selectul as the next convention cltj, nnd
the following officers were elected:
President Frnnk T. "losers Chicago: first vice
president. Hugh J. McUee. Ilugalo. second vice
presltltnl. J. VV. Ilurson. San Krnnclsco; third
vice president. A II. Kerr. BIgln. ill.: eecretarv.
II. C. LocfnVr. JIIIaukee; trea-urer. John Jtc
Donough New York: sergeant-at-arms. J. h.
Wells. Mirsliill. Mich.: chairman LcglsLitlve
Commlltce, J I. Martin. Ne" vork.
WILL MANAGE DAVIS THEATER.
Tunis F, Dean at Head of Pitts
Inirj Hour::.
Pittsburg. Pa., Sept. 3.-Tunis r. Dean,
fnrmeriv of the theatrical firm of Harrl-.
Brltton & Dean, and well known through
out the country In amusement circles, has
i.een rncaued hv Mr. Harry Davis, pro
prietor of the Grand Opera-house in tms
"..... .i, nv.n e iin huslness man
tigemcnt ot the Davis Theater.
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SAYS ODELL WILL
WIN IN NEW YORK.
Dr. Knot, Brother nf Secretary of
War. Di-clarcs Jlotisevelt Is
Dead a. I'li'Mtleiitinl Timber.
ItKPI'RI.IC Srl'IXfAI.
C-irroIlt'iii. Mo.S'pt. 3. Doctor Oren Root
of Clltito'i. N Y . a brother of Secretary
cf War Klihu Itcot. has been a visitor In
this (Itv for -ome tloji-. It 1 not often
that he will loll: polities lo any one, but
to-day he gave his views as to who would
be the next candid ite ot the Hepublican
party.
Doitor Hoot .has laUly been all over the
Wist an J in manv plates ftlt the Western
stntime.-it that is b. lag awakened for Teddy
Itoesevflt. In regard to this he sild:
"New York will i.ot present Roo'evelfs
nime. I ut villi on the other hand he for H.
U. Odell.the present Governor of the State."
He rlilms that Roosevelt is out of touch
with the New York mochlre, and that h"
I tntlrely too'errat'c for the leaders to
trut him. He claims that Tom Plntt hurled
Kooscvilt in the vice presidential chair in
order to eliminate (ilm from N'-w York anl
national politics. He ,sald the men who
control Xew- York Is for llenjamln IS. Odell.
"He has mide a mot excellent Governor."
he said, "dfsappolntlns not only his friends,
but aNo his enemies. He act's on all public
questions as he thinks b"t and will turn
down a friend as quick ay thoe opposed to
hlm. He has proven that he Is not owned
by the machine, but rather owns the ma
chine." From what Doctor Root wld there
Is no doubt In his mind that New York will
present to the next National Republican
Convention Odell'! name as Its choice for
the nomination for President. He does not
think Senator Hanna will try for the place.
Hanna Is a great man. In his estimation,
but his great forte Is handling conventions.
Doctor Hoot left to-night for his. home- in
New York.
HACKETTSCORES A SUCCESS."
Kolc in "Ton Caesar's Return" All
, That Could Be Asked.
liErrm.ic speciau
New York, Sept. 3 James K. Hackett
nnd Victor Mapcs's new play "Don Caesar
Return." opened the fiftieth season of Wal
lack's Theater to-night.
And it was a rousing reception that
Mr. Hackett had in his new plaj-. The
house cheered hlm on his entrj-. followed
him through four acts with close attentlcn.
laughter and applause, and at the end of
the third act broke out Into continuous
theerlng and hiindclnnplng, which would
not bo silenced until every member of the
companj- Jnd been callel before the cur
tain, the author had followed them und the
hero of the evening had acceded to the
request for iC speech.
Mr. Hackett Jcserved his success. As tho
caielcfts. prodigal ami dare-devil of hlh
birth who had fallen Into evil vvavs and ui
on evil dajs, he Isjre hlmelf with rakish
merriment, but even m his rags remem
crace to perfect pelf-abandon. He was
trifle self-conscious. HI mirth at times was
a little hard, forced and mechanic. But as
the chivalrous hidalgo, redeemed by a great
love, restored by that love to his higher
i-elf and sensible of hla outraged dignity as
a husband whose wife's honor Is imiierlled
nt the hinds of his own King and mister,
he ctruck no false note. He was simple,
manlj-. unaffected and impressive, and his
light vein of raillery in the litter acts vva-
admirably sustained.
MARRIAGE OF FORMER PRIEST.
Dismissed From Ministry, lie He
roines a Benedict.
KEPITSMC MTCIAI.
Kansas CItj. Mo. Sept. .1 A. 1". Gcelz
nnd Hllzabeth Gilhopper were married in
Independence jesterdaj-. Until a week ago
the groom was a Catholic priest in Lres
Summit. Mo. A jear ago he was trans
ferred there from the parish church In
Clinton. He had trouble with the Bishop
while In both parishes, and a week ago
Bishop Glennon "silenced" him, ostensibly
for Incurred debts which he could not pnj-.
Mls Gilhopper was rather Goetz's house
keeper. She I' not prepossessing. Father
Goetz piivc his age at :5. and Germany his
native land.
Bishop Glennon refused to sen newspiper
mtn to-day, but one of his nsslstants said:
"Mr. Goetz was dismissed from the
church seven davs api for commercial
lapses. lie will not he cxconimuiiicaieii. lie
has done that for liimeir.
Before helnr
rcmoveii ne was sivn m
Itermtive of
, '" ti.,i i... nn ecclesiastical i
JfJB ll lo "n.ta tic
;,,'"..
eou't or cf
He did
neither.'
(V ntTI nlCC ICCCIC MODQICriM
mm nLLl-nJi. !--" mwiuimwn
Case Has Been Appealed to Kan
sas Supreme Court.
Eldorado. Ka., Sept. .", The bill of ex
ceptions In the Jessie Morrison cnc hai
been Fignetl by Judge Alkm.in nnd filed with
tho clerk of court. The case will be sub
mitted to th3 State Supreme Court it once
it-id Miss Morrison probably will be re
leased from the Kansas Penitentiary on
bond pending a hearing.
Miss Morrison was tried and convicted ot
the murder of Mr. Clara Wiley Castle, t
whose throat was, cut with a razor. The
llr-t trlnl found a hung Jurj The second
Fent her to prison for seven jears for sec
ond degree manslaughter.
KNIGHTS OF MALTA.
Secret Session of Grand Chapter
. Being Held in Washington.
Washington, Sept. 3 The twent--slxth
annual convocation of-the Grand Chapter of
America, Knights of St. John and Malta,
convened here to-daj-. About 20) delegates
are present., representing nearly -JSm ijlr
ton, Del., called the convention to or
der. The sessions are secret. Saratoga. .
Y.. was selected as the place for the next
annual meeting.
CAPITA!. MCHEASED-Ttie Mitchell
Parks Manufacturing Company fllod notlco
jesterday of Increase of capital stock from
M2,000 to J20.000. of which Increase half"
Trtv,- eet. . '. atnted at SQ.754.J5
Ipaia in, -.us? ajM.." u.iV i
and thejabllltlea at U.919.C.
- V - . .j -,. j-J ,K
merriment, uui even in uss i.ik-1 remem- t -- , , .v . i,", i " tnh c.hiinl in fill tii-lK-red
anil made others remember that h. ra' of the Butler High School to nil ; yn
was a gentleman. He lacked onlv the final eancv caused by the re-lgnatlon ot Frofes-
M AMERICAN EXP05ITI0NI
SPECIAL REDUCTION IS RATES.
The Wabash Line
Will Sell Excursion Tickets
On Sept. 8 to 12, inclusive,
To BUFFALO and Return
At $15.00, Good for 15 Days,
AND AT $19.25 EVERY DAY.
PAN-AMERICAN SPECIAL
Leaves Daily at 1:05 P. M.
Ticket Office, 8th and Olive (N. E. Cor.
'J
This style hat Is quite pcpu'ar t presBt- la
fjct. It !s never cut of stjie. It. like all othtr
prettj h?t. atlraet-s a great deal of attention,
end th i.jr, of course. In scrutinized t th
fnm Hire. Therefcre. It Is quite necessary tht
the l-alr sheula look well. A beautiful head of
1 air Is much more idnired than th finest hat
eer n ade. If yonr hair cs thin and falling, a few
nentl-s" treitm'nt with Dandtrlre. the great hlr
tunic, wm ftiiy restoie It and make It morn beau
tiful tBan ever. If. en tli? other hand. It should
lie reasoralll nice to begin with. Just a few
trtottrents or tHs sreat hair teautlfler will mak
It rlcer itlll. It Klvt n life and vI?or to tho
hair and makes it sitm thick. lone, silky and
closy u hi out chanrlnxr Its natural color a parti
cle. Ni,n at alt nrusKlsts In lluee sizes 2.C. 502
end tl i0 ter bottle ite ure joj cet the genolre.
rrad onlj bj the Knowlton tianierlne Co Chl
cago. 111.
TELEGRAPH NEWS
BRIEFLY TOLD.
GALUVTIN. MO. The third annual Gal
latin Street l'alr began Tuesday with tho
biggest openlng-daj- crowd In attendance
In Its hitorj
JOPLIN, MO C. Johnson, a yourej man
who came to the mining district ten days
ago from Indiana, was killed In the Lin
coln mine, at Klondike, eight miles north
west ot Joplin.
GRAYVlM.E. II.U-The livery i tables ot
Frank Morrison and C. W. and C. H.
Wright were destrojed by fire jesterdaj-.
The contents of Morricon's stable wer also
destrojed and eight horses and four mules
were tremated. The loss Is about J3,(
PERCY. ILb.-The Democratic County
Convention was held yestcrdaj- at Chester
and was largely attended. Charles O'Hara.
Sr.. of Ruma l'reclnct. was nominated for
Commissioner bj acclamation.
COLI'MBIA. MO The Reverend Doctor
J. R. Comer, pastor of the First Baptist
Church ot Atchison, Ka . who preached
recntly at the First Baptist Church In Co
lumbia, has been called to Its pastorate.
The vote calling Doctor Comer was unani
mous, NEWMAN. ILL Late last night New
man was, visited bv a destructive fire. th
f origin of which Is unknown. The fire start
ed In a restaurant eonauctea oy iruss un
pen, and soon spread over a half block,
destrovlng several business rooms, causing
a Ios' of HO.COO.
BCTLER. MO. Professor C. H. Jenkln
of Columbia. Mo , has been elected princl-
sor C. M. Lecdj".
LAMONTE. MO A. J. McMlllIn wan
elected Marshal at a special election, held
Tuesdaj". There was no opposition candi
date. WINCHESTER. ILL. The Reverend C.
J. Coulter of Gencseo, III , has accepted tt
call to become pastor of the First Baptist
Church.
CENTRALIA. MO. The Mount Zlon Bap
tist Association convened at tho Baptist
Church of CI irk. twelve miles west of Cen
traba. The attendance is large. R. C
Clark, the we'I-known lawjer ot Fajett.
Mo.. Is moderator of the association. A
three dajs' session will be held.
VIENNA. ILL Henry 9. Curtis, a grocer
and retttiurant proprietor, wan shot last
night while on his way home. Two negroes
are held for investigation.
HARRISONVILLB MO The Cass Coun
tv Democratic Central Committee met Tues-ifav-
and set the date for the primary to
nominate count) officials on the last Sat
urday of August, 1902.
BROWNING. MO The Kxecutlve Com
mittee of the Linn Countj" Log Rolling A
sociitlon met at Linneus. Tuesday and de
cided to hold the third annual log rolling at
Brookfleld. The date is to be set.
SAN DIEGO. TEX. During an electrical
storm six Mexicans were killed.
VISITED THE COUNTY FAIR.
President and Jlrs. McKinley Saw
the Si-jIits at Canton.
Canton. O.. Sept. 3. President and Mrs.
McKinley attended the County Fair thla
nfternoon. It was Children's Day and hun
dreds of children from all over tne county
I ner nrenent.
j i.rts!dent and Mrs. McKinley. accom
panied bv- officers or the lair association.
drove nrounil tne kiuuh'o several limes.
stopping at different places, where some
thing attracted their attention, but did not
lenve the carriage. They watched one heat
of a hore race from the back stretch and
the President pleasantly greeted a number
of groups of children.
Preparations for the start for Buffalo
In the morning made this a busy day for
the McKinley home. It was necessary to
provide a sort of traveling executive office,
so that executive business can be taken
care of during the trip of nearly two weeks,
and the special trunks prepared for this
purpose were made ready to-daj-. The Pres
ident saw no callers during tho day. The
start for Buffilo will be made at 10 o'clock
to-morrow morning. The train will be a
special one. and It Is scheduled to reach
Buffalo at 4JSS to-morrow afternoon.
Difficult Digestion
That Is dyspepsia.
It makes life miserable.
Its sufferers eat not because tbey want t,
-bat simply because tbey must.
Tbey know tbey arc Irritable and fretfol ;
bat tbey cannot.be otherwise.
They complain of a bad taste In tbe
moutb, a tenderness at the pit of tbe stom
ach, an uneasy feeling of puffy fulness,
headache, heartburn and what not.
Tho effectual remedy, proved by perma
nent cores of thousands of severe cases, is
Hood's Sarsaparilla
-Moos'anuaantlMtettcataaraa
. -
Stylish and Yen Pretty
,Xi&'
Office, eornerfUroaawsy.anu muwu
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