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THE ST. LOTUS REPUBLIC.
f. y WORLD'S 1Q03 FAIR. In M. bonis. One Cent. NINETY-FOURTH YEAR. SiT. LOUIS, MO., MONDAY, JAXUARY 0, 3 902. PRICED0" Tr",n-,j Three Centa. I.oul. Two Cent! CLASH IN MUSIC AT THE ODEON. MiSSISSlPPI AT WORLD'S FAIR. GIVES S50.000 TO LIFT A MORTGAGE, Weil anil Kol)n One lfiai Con tells, Seji.ir.ittd liy nh a Thin 1'nrtilion. Al.iiiMin I), liitiwu .M.ski-s- ,i Xew Vc.-ti- Dciii.ititdt lo Misomi 1 '.i 1 1 t Siiiiitiuiain. V LITHOGRAPHS ARE TORN DOWN. ENDOWMENT FUND OF $25,000. Sa V?4 9?'e.lrr i i""!i w -'.b y . "0aZ-O X Q THOUSANDS ATTENDED PRO-BOER MEETING, ."W. J. l'.r.-ijin and M.ivir .Johnson of Cleveland Atcepied Imi tations to SjilmIv. BOTH WARMLY WELCOMED. Jii'soliitioii': irt:iii; President 1 Continue t he EfToits of .MeKin- Iey Against ContenI i-ation Camps AVt'ie Parsed. Cleveiind, O., Jit: Z Four tliousird per sons attendee, a pro-Boer meeting in Gray's Armory thU afternoon. There was.enthu s.Listie applause for every expression of njmpathy and encouragement for the strug gling Boer. An unexpected ent In the meetine- was the appearance of . J. Brvan, who was in the city for the dij as the guest of Mavor Johnson. When tlie committee in charge of the meeting learned that the Democratic leader was in the clt .in Invitation was :-ent to him and the Major to attend and address the gathering. Both ,entlemcn accept 1 and when teu.ird the close of other speeches, Mr Brvan and Mr. Johnson u tered the hill the whole audie'ice rose in nu"f and repeat!!;, .slintited the n lines of "Brian" anil 'Jolmscii and gieetcd them with hurrahs and h iiidclapping I pon the t cge were s-ven native IJ eis who had been in som of the e.-rlj conflicts of tluir eoimtrviniii against the I'ngl i forces. Tliev wire iliiun from thecoiinliv and are now lesldetils of this cit. The meeting contimi. d for foi r li ir, tlie principal adilrt-s lt inn In John .1. i,-nt7. When the foitn 1 -p vt h h f the aft-r-lioon v.ere com lulled M -is J!ran and John'on wele illid upon to addles tlie v ist audieiin Hi-inn in Iti-liiilf of llnerM. Mr Brian spoke for about llv imnutes, luring which Unit lie Mid. "Sad will In tint div, fallen will l.e the Mar of our tit -tln if the lime uer uimn when struggling fiemeii f,. Mill lliej c llinot look upon tin people or tllc-v Mates for impith ' Ml Hn.in jul tint hi was in e nilie smpith with tin inttiil of the meeting, eulogized the ilshting South AfrlcMii funn els and urged them to lontinut the .stnu j,le Il -iid In ,ai a! id the war nad lost Lgland so do irlv and Unit the dis j-trou-cctl In monej and lif Miulil bo a luucli uceded lesson foi the Kugllsh Government, because It would liacli and has aire ad) t night a lesson tint will not bu soon for feit ten. Mr Hrjan s,,i,j ,j, lt (l) ,on,it.,, , lt j iimplim. in ili.it the lSmi- looked to the I nlfd stjie-, for aid an I smpath m their stnikle and th it he considered it a disgrace tint no ouIci.il i prcssfon of sm inthj hid .t be. n mid b this c;u em inent. Mr. Urjan b lloved that the ClU-lisli ji -,-ide ate oiposcd to the contlnu mi e of the war. because tlu. too. are sufrerlnf It (ante of the uuluppj conlllcl and are the eneb that must btai this burden of the 'u-t Mioiir .IiIiiii.oii'k Sp h. Major Johnson alsu sjioki bricllv, and said tli.it h was in full s.)mpith with the Intent of the met llnu and evpres-iu ximll ir sontlinents to those eiir'"s( l ), Mr Hrjan In tint the KiislKli people (.tu- mllv are opposed to the wui A .resolution of reit leiiKtl: was iatsed and will be sent to the 1'iesldeiit of the 1 lilted Males. The icsolution culls atti n tion of the rtesidnu to the continuant u of the war foi tn. last two tears and sttitts that it has been ell iraett rizul. iei the part of the Iltitith. is a conlliet of .saat,erj b tin conli-cution or destruction of propertj of Inhabitants' and noncomhu antb ljhiK within the zone of war. MeKllllet Deiiuueintiiiii. Attention Is e illed to 4 he denunciation b 1'iesldent McKinlej of the. siitcm of ricon e,entratioii camps A quotation from the Manchester (Eiik ltnd) Guardian of September ). 1901 is made which stites that a desree of suffer ing and death exists in these camps without it parallel In hisforj In conclusion the Pres ident is a-ked to enforce the treatv of Washington, May 3, 1&71. dinjlng to e"ssels opcratirg under British authoritj opportu nity for the augmentation of supplies, of war from the United States. President Hoosoeelt is .Nked tJ continue the efforts of his prcdeci "sor to bring to an end the horrors of concentration camps and a warfare which, b "its unexampled feroc ity and enormous ci.st of life ami treas ure, has astounded the civilized world." Members of Uciman singing societies num bering tWO olce9 sang patriotlc'songa. THE POEM CURE. LEADING TOPICS -IX TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC. THE StX RISES THIS MORXIXO AT 7X0 AXD SETS THIS EVEXIXG AT 4 U THE MOOX RISES TO-.MORROW MOP.XIXG AT " ZT, AnVTlinit IM7ICTION. For St. I.ouls mill Vleinltt Contlii n.l fnir Ttenllier: sUitloniirt tiMiiper n I u re. I"nr '(lissourl mill Illinois Pair llnn iln mill Tuesdn. Pur rknnsnM I'alr Miiniln : pruli nlil, rnln Tuenilni. l'nr KiimIitii 'l-xns I'nrtl cloiulj liimln ; mirimr in t-nsti-rn piirtimi. '1 iie'siln, flomlsi iriiluilil rnln. Pur I'Mlt-rn Tf'm I'nrtlt clnml Mmiiln : protinlil rnin :it iilrlit J nes il:i. P. ge. 1. Thousands Attend Pro-llotr Mtetins. Clash In Musk at the Odeon. Mississippi at World s Pair. Mm Lazarus as "a 'Trust Huster." 2. Xlcaraguan Project M it Have to Wan. 4. IJiked" Potatoes Cause Split in Junior JiITeon Club. Cabinet Ch mges Xot I'nexrected III Tst Curtis Act in the Courts. 3. Congress R.convenet- To-Ua. Millionjiies Must Cook and Clem Up. Z. Tin ir I-jst Chinee for Keinst.it im lit. Runnels Sold fur lt root ball Gaiins. Turf Xews C. Editorl-il .Stand lis In the Man m-ninl of the I". n- Itentlar, IsU. ltll. Stage Xews. 7. Should Re Good Year for On Prodtn ers. liiinustlc '1 1 itie Gcndallt Cool Burglars Break a Window. 5. Sermons and Sirvieis it tin- Chun lies It Giauis Win kid Hiklier on Good linviiig. St. loiiis I'rodiice M nket. Livestock Riv r Xews. 1U. Republic Want" Adveitis. nieiits II Ht public "Want" A'lvi i tiseineiils East id Xews Parlshiontis M ike htroiihei 'rot-st. Rea lion Xotlted 111 Mm k Murki t. 1-'. Rails ami Engines Rotting at Paulina. W'nild s l'air Liulidiug Ies(.id fm the T. P A. W 111 Observe Annlvers.ii Annual Riisincss Meeting ORGANIZING AFTER CAUCUS. Ilaiin.i Foi tes Show Scant t'omte s to Foiahei Men. Ctiliimbus O, Jan. " -The Republican caucus list night nomluattd the I'oiaku ticket fur the Sfiiate and the IIjuii i tick I for the House To-daj the t nti st was con tinued on the sime lines over the nuke-up of the vtundlu iiunmltlies and It is ml. dent that the chaiun ins lips and preferred pl.Ris will go the Mine Wat as the otlli s Pllce, wlio was dt-feattd for Speaki i b .MeKinnoii. will be shown ctmslderjticii as i liainiijn of tlie ludkbirj I'ommltt-e '1 lie lialrmanship of one of the comtultties on Moult hi it Affairs. In ilnf, itiim Iji :.. n .. I Cox. will go to some member from Cine lu ll iti but the iimrtesj will nut be teinl- d furthir The Si n. He i uminittte- alt Iil iil- .nm i-. lloned bv i spncl il uimrnittee on the lines f tlie Repubacaii incus with the Uelim- rals co-opi itlng MORMONS' STRIDES IN GERMANY Two Thoiis.ind Com ens Made Confeieiite at l'.eilin. llctlln Jan 3 The German Mot mun con feieiite ins assembled liele undei the lead- r-hi. or Ilutjli J Carnon. son of tlie 1 He George Q Cannon, the vvtll-knoun Mormon apostle One hundred and l ntt-live Mormon niisslonarifs are now working in Germant and lne secured 1.000 followers The present conference is attended lit more than 100 of the German missionaries. FARMER WOUNDS A WOMAN. Shot Intended for a Missoiiiian Strikes Ilis V lie. Kansas City. Mo . Jan. 3 Xear Sh in nee, Kas , a village ten miles west of here, Carl rishner, a farmer, shot and probabij fatal lv wounded Mrs Mar U Wallace In the presence of her hush ind, J. H. Wallace and their two small children. The Wallaces wire- traveling overland in a covered wagon from Rich Hill, .Mo to Custet Countv.XcbraskH. They lnd camped near I Ishmrs farm, and he accused them of stealing corn from his cribs The shot that struck Mrs Wallace was intended for her husband. 1 ishner escaped, but was ar- PREACHER'S HEROISM IN FAGE OF DEATH, Clmi"; (o His Child in h- Waves After the Wall.i '.il!.( l)isiler. BUT BOY DIED AFTER RESCUE. Ileal tin okeii father Foi ted to (5ie tiie I'od ( ill.- ea Fren.h naik .Max Is 1! idh Dis.tliled. Sin Piancisco Jin Z The Trent h birk Max, which collided with the sttani'Mip Walla Willi arl Tliursd.iv morning is being iounl to this eit in a lntllt disabled cortlitiou Tin Max s bowsprit wis tarried nwat autl her bow was s(ot. in tith above and below the water line Her water-tight coini artments alon. were kt ping In l atlcat Xliutt-two survivors of the Walla Walla arrivtd lure to-daj from Eur-k i on the stiaiiur Pomona Tin re is st 11 som. ds rpamv In tin list- of ili ad mil mi-sing '1 he iiumbtr lauges hum tlilrtj-sevi n to foitj-s. vui Till-dist rip met is due to tli fact that st.ver.il possi libels bonded the vessel just as bhe was I itlug put Otlurs who wen travellig Hunili 1 iss gave ,i sullied nanus in older to hide then id-ntitv l! stt Iking out what are pus-Hil,. .lupliiat tlie nui'ibei of lost stalitls at 1.', i kiss , ,,v follows Known deed, nine Missing. ps-,.n;,irs. thliti.n, , ,. ..., tem One life raft is ini.iiioinit.il for tn. it is fearul that all the rcb-uK art lost freileber'i. Terrlltli- Expi-rii-iiee. Hie Reverend Hem.v l.'iltk who was umotig the six sUrvl)IS brought lo this itj bv th- ilt-aiiifr Xoiiih ( itv list nllit, lies at St Mart's Hosjiitil ., plus., , .,,! almott a mental wn k Ilis win and thiee ilillditn an imong the d id and u ssj,If, 'lbe Eritl,.son famll.. c-xteptli th moth ei. w.r. sot mid-, ,, passeii(,.is liu the cia-'i nm. thej wi if av akin. I nut all kot on the upp. i duk tom thei Mis i.iltk soii and tlie two joiuiMr tlilldieii biit ep aiuted fioin their father anil tlie tld. i biotlur. What theit fatt was is not known but It Is presumed tliev w.r. di owned vvlini the vtssl wej.t down Cricksoii ami his toll clllllg tllnell.t .in.) ttel. pltthetl into tin vvatti clem of the -iukliij, st.aimr lhn lloatcd .Hound tin som,. thin and limllv w.ie pitked up bv the lilt ia!t on vhiih vvele a nuinbii ot the ottiteis of me Walla Walla II was almost tlijlnak when tliev vvne fcuiiii and tint wen in m txliaiist. d .ondition 1'ulli.i uul st n vv. le pulled on the II, ht strut nut. but the but was too weik to s(anj ,1L. ,.,,,,,,. Uleil In rmiu.r'M tniis. A ftw hours luei he (II. d in his father's amis, anil art. r the heaitblokcii parent li u bowed his hi id In sil, nt piajn over the icipse of his sou the botlj was lonslgued to tile waves as tiudiilv is It was pie-slbls ti-der the iicim 'tancts After tile bod, of h, boj Mj K,JI)t. ,. fathii bit inn irtre and moie b spontk nt Dcspiie tile advlci of his compaiiioiis time and time aain he Idled his hand-, with v.atei and ill mk It down 'J his atltli il to hLs miseiv. .ml his lompanlons feaml that he would be next to succumb 'Hi, b. a was riiiiuin' hlf.li ami elashing ,,tei the Lift, but all thing on llnotili th, ,,iig Iioiiis of the il iv and the long hours o the nl,ht 'lhij hoped against hope until the Xome citj pitkn! tin in up 'tin- Revneinl Air. Erlekson wis the lli-t to In lltted abt ml He was at out e plated m bed and as e.iiefullv tended is ciicumstaiui.s would Ifinlt. It is thoiiglit he will recover fioni tin terrlbli nicts or the i xposur, units;, lie suttumbs undei his Mbf Cecil I'.rown rourth utile I id the Wall., Walla, who v. is one or the s pftked up bv the Xome Citt describing tlie s,-nes as the Walla Walla was go'ng down, s ml "I never saw sllL, a panic. M-n and women were running about the decks wild with fright aril it was almost inipos-ible to get tlicni to obej directions Opposed in Heiou s!lleil. "I have I een in s,.etal shipwrecks but I never saw people before who we-e s0 op posed lo being saved They wanted to s.,n with the ship to the hist minute. -and our efforts in getting tlie boats loaded and lovv eied accordin'l.t met with a kreat deal or diltlcullj. "M place v is in one of the boats, and but Tor the stupiditv or knaverv or a sailor. I would have bien there. This boat was lowered, and I ordered the man in the bow- not to cast off until 1 nve the word While I was busj helping passengers oft this sailor pushed olT and left me. I saw his boat after dav light. She had eight peo ple aboard, the s.,jIor uho na), ,iK0b0)Cd m orders was directing her movements They had rigged up a blanket for a sail and slid by us with a good wind at their bicks. That sailor had the .tud.ic.it to wave his hind to us. lie would not tike us aboird. although there was plcnt of room for t.s in the boat. He s died past us imrudeiitlt us jot: please, ami left us 0 our fate out In the middle of the ocear- " Dilleience.s. Aie Adjusted In Man ager of the Odeon and Fniisu ally Lai fie Andiem'es Knjoy Uoth Eeuis. sep.uatd onlv bv an, ordnnrv partition wall tin two I iri,est crowds that ever con c,regati d in the Odeon on Sund i afternoon issembled esierda and applauded the ef forts of rival director?. In the m tin audi torium Weil's I! mil performed to a large . inlii nee. In the recital hill Robjn"- popu I ir Sund iv e one rt was rendered befoie an a-sunblige of gratifvlng proportion0. Trouble was expected veslerdn afternoon bv Miniger Hart J. Walker of the Od"on, mil the trouble m uerialized almost befort Messrs Itobvn. Weil and Walket had di gested theit middai meal Conditions wera favorable foi conlliet The entrance to the mam aud'to-uiri 1 i nit about ten feet distant from the n trance to the recital hall Roth entrtnres are situated in tlie rear of the main ccrn dor, at the top of a row of stairs Aplacirl to the left advertised the Robin popuiir Sund it concert, and a lithngranh ten feet farther back advertised the conci r ol W ell's Hand The first incident whiili threatened to in cite a row was attributed to an accident A three-sheet advertising boird, dicorated with a red and black Robn poster, was moved from its prominent position next to the main entrance. In front of the music hall, to a liss conspicuous pi ice. and the. gre n and black Will billbond was given the iosition of honor. Mr Walker x plainul that the exchange was .iccidintallt wrouUit bt the attathis The men. he s-tid took tl i 1 o-irds in Saturdit nisht ai-1 prohibit made the ch inge thought Iissi Sundi morning 'I utile ( mises ii Wurilt 'I 111. The ilrst genuine demonstratioi. letween the manage- of the Odeon and the m m agrs of the concerts was precipitated bv an innocent-looking table. Tills littl- p ir lor ornamint belonged to Mr Robvn. who had It stationed in the corridor, n ar the renin cntrmie. to serte as a ticket oliice Mr Robins agents put the table about tell feet c loser to the entrance than is the regul ir tlcki t utile.?, vvhiih w is used b the Weil igenw As the r-gTilar oilicc is stu tioniT.. Mr Robvn's table had a decided advantigt About ! 15 a ii irter of m hour lefor.' the concerts w!e to be glu Attornet Em m uel W ell. a brother t the b indm ist. r. ub-j-cttd to .Man igcr Walker about th- n viabl.. location of the table Mr Walker ordered the ornament pushed back even with tlie thket ollic Tlie Robn agents .em word of tlie uc " rrenii to "Mr Robvu vi was lit recit il hill and the litter ram out huinedl 'Mr Walkel." he s ,J with a disp! n or at,giesivo,ie-s thu t lble must remain wher- it i Ion't ton think it piLst' I think so. and. of course ton agrie with me It will not unit lent lilt there to-d it but iveij dit I givea eontert hen ' The table itm liniil Once mori tlie Robin ticket agents liad oc ision to eoniplii'i to the conn user In some m inner the llthogr iphs of Mr Robjn hiiiself ilis.ipptaied from the wall in the coiiitloi Rumor hid it tint a Mr Weil had taken the m down, but Mi IJulij n'i fii.ntl- thought some fmiid of Bandmaster Weil )i id done it The .iri ills obt lined sim ilir lithugiaphs and imii'i diatelv put tin. m on the wall Patron- as thet eutend looked at the thli and sniil.d. glaucetl at the lit hot;- iphs and smilnl. glimeil it the pi u nl. it the two ttilrmiis .mil snided M.cv pe rsoiw e vidi ntl went to the concerts out i m T-niric-itt, expecting hit resting develop ments 'lln i rowel b m to i ome earlv In the ifleinoon, and Iv "5 30 o c lock letltil nail was will picked while tie p iriniftte In the in lili iiiditoriiim w is well tilt 1 and a rither "in ill, st ittitnl audienct was In the b iltonv Roth loimrl" oniiiitin ! at ; j) The doors of nihil hall w. le ilosed luit the lools or the IllditollUlll t.ele Wide op. 11 lolteriis 111 the coirliloi III ird the ap pliusi fioin iicital bill mini,!,- with tlie loud stl ilns fioni till' IllllllOlilllll Ot- tasioiiillv the sound of bliss histrunii nts it ti nip mieil the n vtilii 1 illons of a sioug, tile music of tlie oig.iu and the 1 1 ippmg ot li mils in tlie eoiildor in tlie vieiuitv ir tlie two e nuances t tin cbise or ills concert Onanist ICobtu thiukeil h's alldieuie .ind s,, . would e milium the c lit n lintn nts. believ ing his motive love fui tlu'slt. niusie was siillnleit justitiiatlon Rinciinister Weil el-o tbaultil bis null. 1 1 c . and invited those to come lgaln who lik tlie c 1 is- uf music leiforiinil liv his band Xelther dirtrtnr made anv p-isenil n mark "Xo siuli iiovtds tver visited tin Odeon b foi cm s,im,i,u .ifieiiKiou " Man ii,er W ilkei s.11,1 I t evening ' 'I he ad v c rtise int lit given the mncerts in the newspipers wis vvoitli much 1 don't think that table belongs so ileal tin front door It should nut be then U. don t object to lllho gi iphs in tlie eoriilor, so lung as tlnre lire not too mint 'lb it's all right, so long as tin iiirildoi iet tins its n itur.i appeu.tuie mil doesn't take on tile aspect nf a . itle--how ' 'linn s no tumble so r.ir as I mi eon ctriied' Mi Robvn s ilcl "I do not appeal lo the .s ime people as eloes th,. band, and I (.mind .irftiid to waste anj time in anv tontioversv .Mj concerts liave alw its had i xcelli nt patron lge mil I suppose Ihls pit iunine will not diminish ' NEW CHURCHES DEDICATED. Hseit im's Attended In .Menihei- uf Sex ei a I 'ongi ey.i t ions. l!l 1 i IJI.lt spl.d W- Sprinlield. Ill , Jan "i Two Pjotesiant churches were ildicated in Springli-Id u i'.i.v Th Weit S de Christian Church w is occupied foi the tiist time and conseor ited to the purpotv foi which It is intend -d The 1'irst Congregational Church is a limdsme stcne -ull'cc. elected on the site of the formn p'ain tram" structure, in which tils cnngitgiliop worshipeJ To-night servi e in even other Protectant church in the citv weie aba'i loned to n rmit ministers ,mi I members to tirltt in the exercises m the two new sanctuari'" The dedl'itorv sermon in the Cnritiin Cliurch wis p.,.cl cd to-night b the Rev erend J. H. G1I1I and of I'loomington. At the morning services $3,X0 in pleil-?-"- vv..s subx;ribed, starting the newlv itgmized congregation e'ear of debt The Reverc.d J. E l.ynn, for three vears pastor of the Pirst Christian Church here, resigns his pas torate to assume chirge of the row Con grcg ition il Church. At the Congregational Cliurch the Reveiend A. M. Hull. tl... ir. tor, delivered the dedicatory sermon at :he ' mornirg cnUc". in the arternoiM a a nice for children was held, and at rUhi all the ministers in the citt. who had Ji"icip ited in the afternoon mieting at the Chustian Church, made short talks. le -eViSTlC;A)'4Sf,s JUJKtm IH III Ji Sl&58y9BBli VHBWBHHWi I 1 W?&&& tmK&')$1U II t Or.(XEL KOSWKU, V IIOOTH lVimer Maor of i kliiir uho with I. T l--nti-r. i takini: an iutit inter-! in -hilfof a Urge Srai )tproiiri ition for MIsI-'ipitr'' tlKjil i at the St J.ouf- WorM- Vick--bur. MI -a , .Tan 4 There ha- bn an awakening in the Suite of Mi-i-sippi within tin la-t few !. and thre ! a crowing -entiment that Mi--lsinjil kuhl he hanU-onnlj reprx--entel at tlie St Iouis World ralr The moment on fuot to ha omethintr worths of the Staio a the St I.ouia Pair was, iiracticall. t.tartnl b I T Sentcr. a member of the J--gKIaturt- aid th owner of th VhT-i-lnir.; mtrican and Columbus Commticial Mr ; nt 1 has jllov J the colnmn-. of hi tv.o p?ItI ojit-n to an thiiv "ni n would aid tit iu-t tow nd- hiUnc MI--i--ippl proprH rtpn-enttd and lie is in favor of the Mis-iMppl Ltgi-Iature aipropiiatinL; at 1eat $lU0Hu for tlie ntate ehlbit His tpint of inter--! in tins nutter ha brotiRht forth i-tral commuiicitioris to Ids new-piper-, on of which 1 from the ptn of colonel Ro-wH i:mth. one f the ?tat b most promintrt attorney dontl Ilcoth i ex-"Wo: of the cltj of iekbuis the imtropoh of the St Ue. Ih cuiitiibutlun to the Ickhur; Amer. cnti in behilf of i laise approjir: ulon to adequatt I i . prt at nt the hta t e Is as fol low fa lii jini- N rtp'J'v apyroachir,; fur ihf- asiin 1 1 n t r !- -i-l tu Jfi'I !!; -l-aif lo t'l ih1 tTrtir. . ti t ltoH to a matter of ti ,i 1. 1 ill- tin tant is T think. n ur '- Tl crn i jir t ! Im M in tli it vf -I rpuN in 1 i itirttili woll wiJ atT iimn nit' Is .!! nt! ti i i-iiiap th m -t t-n -Kt and initntii -! t f aU iht t:it ntrrp---- SIM LAZARUS AS A "TRUST BUSTER," Si. Louis. Millionaiii' Iicl.m- II Is in :i 1'iiilil lo :i Iinis.li Willi I':in i:iimI 'Viiicnt ('itiiiliim. Itl.l'l I'Mi'slTCI M. Uans i (it Mo Ian Z Sim liiru- of ht lmls has up nnl li-idipiarti r at Hi.- Uiltinioii- lloti-1 to Imhl tile- l'U-t r Trust r. out! oririnitd In ICans is e epi-tallsl- Mi Uiirns ol ii si plaster and eemei't inilN and v 111 eoinle with tin rnHed si, lis l' etei Compain i loiicrln ci.n tiiilllin: leiil-lliitt plant- lie hi" eapi tal .ilmost nnliinlt. d "I am iI.iIiifC i Mew role, tint i.I trust bnMe-i.- said Mr I.izarus to-da I am In Ihls Hejit ill e irne -t, ind li.foie 1 am tllletIKh the I'luste- Tnisi or I will lie on! of liiis'n. s i ha.- 1 Lie, mllN md h in line n silliin. th piudu l it i lo-s to oni pe te- with the trust I have st, arrant,! in.itt rs- rcrenilv that 1 can sell e-.nent md p'astir at a profit iml still tlglit the trust " ft w iimntli' af,o In I irnod that nieri c in uorl.'iieii wri unilile to liialv a ee r t mi Kind of ei ment thai is mannfai tun il in l'uropi- In n can I set sKlllnl woik nin like tliosp of 1'iitniie." he- asked hi sope'iliit nde nt 'I h.- cnli u.ii is to send :ilt-iinl wa-the- re pli "bend to China if licfcjii s.ii,J i7i rns I must h m- th. men" Within mouth two skilled workmen cairn- fmiti i:m,Pi')d Tlu'i we-ie at om . ciniiloiil liv .Mr. I. izaiiw PREVIOUS RECORDS ECLIPSED. K.nis.is (it I!;k1 a Ki'iii-sik-ibly I'ios)cions I'llsiIlts Yimp. i:i rt i:i ic sprc i u Washington Jan " "The lolume of liiisines, hi Kansas Citi eceedi d ail n -noil- reeords- list i ir, In spite- 1(f jh sciere drouKlit and heat of last MimmT. ' s-aid IIenr 1 UailliiK. an iniplti.ient deal er of tha eiti. i!il cienini? 'This state ment liolels Kood in ill lines cif trae'o Th implemint and lelncl- dejleis have done fioni l" to JO pe- eeit more husiii"s thin ever before and tlie.il ontr.icts aire nil made foi spr1f? dtiherj ire aliead of the contiaets made at this time last jear "InciCentallv," c unturned 3Ir. 1 u line "a few M.irs will see Kansis City develop is i.ipiclli as a iranufaetiirins center for farm machineri implement- and leliicles is It has dei eloped ill the past the ".ear- as a distributing point for thcte Roods The fac tories now in operation thete have had more businee- than tliev can handle and, in man lnst-inee-s, have enl irged. PeveralbU l'astern house's are looking for an ojienlnt, hellevinif it will be cheaper to be on the ground than to send their business through Jobber " SCOTS GRAYS IN BOER TRAP. J5ritish CiiMiiiUies Weie Six Killed .md Tt'ii Woumlfii. I'rrtorli, Jan " The Koers ambushed a foice of the Scots Grajs lait Saturd'iy near nronkhorrtspruit (about fortj miles cast of TretorH on the railroad). The llriti-h casualties were !K men killed and ten ioucded. f --fmilar ohariitr hM It our own countrv in 1 t-I-iw -h-r In leceni f-ar and m object In v riling tiii. t-omrnurilcatlon I- to aslt In a routine If pi.iM n interest In It among our n jtjpl- ci ften-ii e w f th Itn t,rat important-, to llv "-tatf v ifn ii inc- i rt-i-u i it-:tr irom ire J thairmin of on f t! princiral mmmltteej ak Ink if I though th legislature -.h-n it mt wuill Me in audinc ome time in January to the npr"rntaii-i of ih Kair that ht niiRht mnke a rrnntiun of Its teonomlc an 1 iiJu--tnal p-ct t at .nce answered tf-ot whil- I wa- .ithout atith rit of clir,,e. to TtMk for the IIj-I ttur I had no doubt a cor dl il Ictm wud It xtt-rd! h our Itnniak--r- and a rad an I vlllin; audience jjln them It inut ! i-onft -etl with -fm-thinK o a fel Ins of rrt-t. if n-a mortincatlon. that In th- I jrut Mi-iiv'-,!! ha rot don- what he could ami ""uui.i ra ioi- in ati-ttiir to the cr!l Iirr m iniflccm r-tj-f. and Indutnal jower. -tardins bjun the er thre-h 1 1 of a neve entur ur ,;r-it Mate -diuuld aail of the -Iniid cilKiitunit fffereu To let th. worttl i Know whit M - Im what her reours ar. and what -he tin d tn tr- race of material j ro-T- and in.-perit whhh -tr--the out before u-t t nlik- ino-t of her ist-r of the (treat Ue putlh MII-ri J 1 we no public dl t of nj ion-e-ijnee. n 1 with a plethoric tr-murj 1 mm of no wa 'n whhh a p rtlnn ft thl-A im ne ouJd l u-i-d to hotter adv into ere thin in miMm; n 1 erwnlnjir exhibit at the reat I-air f ht?r iitar elou. rt--ouroej 4f held ird forest I-et our 1-cMatr r and i-opIe awake to the im- 1-ortaiitf u' thi matter an 1 bt the nw!pipr pr of th- i-tite tak- h.M cf it in their ml uun and Ir it warm tommendatloT our own Jourml Mr 1'lito-. w ehl- a power in tiir tai --"cond to non- other and It is t he- In I ed that um wiil u-e its j,reat Inrhierce alms' tlie line- I !ae Indicated hi furtherance r tv r.Jt fntei,rl-e X-POLICEMAN LAUGHS AT HIS JAILERS. Pii-Jts I,(n ('.il.ihoiist. '.cmU With Stik Which He Had ShM.-d Wilh His Tct-ili. lilll Julie - l foi 11 I - police eilP.ee r of AltOV. Ill who li is iii his ! ii )I iced main a nnle rai tor in tin i.il ll'cus,. at tiiat place, showed his coutHuiiit fur the liw and Ii vi lli 111 ill! ilelllilllstiated his ktiim ledi; of the insieuriti of tie lotk-tip In hreaklns; -.ut if tile e il ibo.is. lesteldai lie re lucked thee ii iboo-e door afler ipiln Iiib his friiduui. mid lis firmer colleagues timid hiidli belieie the re ort that he had escaj .d '1 he caIaloo--t door is s-( ureil mi tl e o.t side wltli a hap .mi nail, ami Jones knew how e isj it ioul.1 lie 4f, iie.l if the .ippe.r ttiiitv jireseuttil When all was iiiti In the jiil he took a stiel. from the Moor and with his le.th Kiiawed It ntll it was sm ill enough to e'i-t-r a hole in the lock-up door e Iot tu the b isp anil nail With this tlik hi s.ieceede-d In liftlnir the nail from its position and the dour luiui; open I'miiKlns; from the eal iboose. he aKiin stiwrd the door pissed into the iIOs"-potind and from there into a s, ,; room and tneiice tu the street At th- intersection of State street be was 'fin bi Oiiicer Henri Spaet. Oooel inorniiiK, .Mr. Spjet." h.iluted Jones, as be hurriedly ptstd on W hen Oftiier rtpaet enteied the police st i tion lie inciuired of Oflieer Youns who It was who hail sone on Jones." bond. OrhVer Voun declared Jours lad not been releised in bond whereupon Spam declared he hid 'een him a few blocks down the street. Ills fellow olbcers -.-ave ,m the laugh. Aft tijuiR lot some minutes to convince Spiel that he had not seen Jones. Ofllcer Vonns went to the calaboose to investigate. 'I hi ee oi of the lo-k up was closed, but up on opeiiitii' it. no i rlsonei was to be teen. A s( ucli was made, and the stick which Jones hid u-td to lilierate hlms.-lf w i on tn. Iloor j VENEZUELA'S CLAIMS DENIED. f'olonibi.i Kef uses fo Aikiiowicl-i' CisiioV Demands. itr.pt n ic PKC1AU Caracas, Venezuela. Jan Z The Colom bian Goiernmtnt has ent a note In Presi dent Castro cieelarlnK that the grievances of Venezuela aK.ilnst Colombia are not founded uion fact. The not ib considered -a disrassionate and aide pies, mation of Colombia's side of th" case. It Is evidenllj an answer to Castro's eoTiiunication to the Chilean Minister at l.'Ofinta in reference to Chile's offer of me diation to settle the Colombia-Venezuela imbroglio. President Castro declared in his conditional acceotance of the offer of me ntation that Vcnc7ue!a expected reparation for the alleseel invasion 'bj Colombian troops and for other Kneiances It was on Ins to President Castro's note to the Chilean .Minister at Iln-rota that Colombia finally rejected the offer of Chi lean QfciilatlBifc 1 - Chanty Fcaimv of t ho Institution to He Extended Impiove nieiits to He Made in tlie Huildiii";. , I5y a don ition of $j),iv by AUnsot It. Brown, who has made other philanthrop ic contributions to local institutions and en terprises, the entire mortqaKe Indebtedness of the Jlls-ourl Baptist Sanitarium has been liquidated. This I-irge contribution was made on conditon that J2aOO addition al be raised amoni; Baptists throughout the ilti and Suite .is an endowment fund. Thf conditions have been fulfilled and. as a result, the Institution has an endowment fund cf Ji".C0. besides a balance of $7,0"' for use in imptoiing the buildings and grounds. At a meeting of tlie B ard of alanagrl last. October Mr Brown agreed to pa oft the debt cf $'3f' bv Janunrv 1. this jcar. provided an endowment fund ot $i".." would be created. He slgntsl a legal cKicument in which this condition was set forth, and tho document was exhibited to prominent citi zens of St Ijiuih for the purpose of obtain ing subscriptions. Mr. Brown per-onallv solicited for the ln stitution and succeeded In obtaining about .-vUHW Thrs ace mpllshed. the document; was submitted to the Baptist Association at a meeting held ui Springfield. Mo , on October -5 and the ast-oeiation was request ed to complete the subscriptions. Jir. Brown tendered hie check, to tha board Januarj 1. and the Jf000 was taken up the net da. l"p to date about SOT00O A. 1- BROWN. Whose el.. nation of JSW0 wipes out the in debtedness of the Missouri Baptist Sani tarium. has been received, and It is expected that the ltmalnipg S'n) vvill lie paid by the end of this week. The $J3(v) will be judl ciouslv invested bv the Kxecutive Com mittee or the institution, and the balance of JTOw) will be devoted to making im provements. The object is to extend tb charitable feature of the institution. Several donors and the- Board of Mana gers held a thanksgiving meeting yester day afternoon in the sanitarium chap!. Congratulatory sto-ches were delivered by Messrs. paeons, Johnson. La Trelle and others. REDUCTION OF CHURCH DEBT. Im ltmlii. line on St. Xiirier'n Ciiimh I'ioieil Is Dci (MMiij;. The Ueveieiii! Father Henri C. Brons eest pistur of St. Xavler's Church. Grand avenue an 1 I.indell boulevard, announced vestrnlav ih.it the church debt hid been redined i".' last vear. bringing the obli gation down to about JIMOXi. He . omplimenteil the congregation on this excellent showing. "The reduction is very grtllf v irg. ' he said. 'JliJiKv is not a smill sum. bv am means ' Thlitcii inilivul'i.il memorial tablets, each be.irins tic n im- or names of donors ivh comrllmtnl l(Oj. were located in -the church this ie.ir These tironre. shlelit-ftirni t lblrts bale teeen put up under the stations cf the cross, and thei make aitractlie mu ral dec orations The names tif tlie lienors uf fifteen tab'ets i ow in position are. K A. Drew. John liioderiik. Alb. rt Harlg. Man Hejburn. Tl.omas W'aNli. who was architect of the church the Chouteau-M illitt family. Wil li im J. Klnseila. Kiancl" Cornet. Daniel C. and Carrie Castv Nugent. John II. CJem ( nts. Caroline O'F. Pope. Doctor James Clements and familv. John I, and Mary S. J. (.over cie .uos-. i.eoiiHiu j. e. iiron geest and fumily and an anonvmous ilonur. IMPETUS TO ZIONIST MOVE. Enlhusiasiie Meelinjj in f'hicajjo Lion Zololkotr Ke elected. Chicago Jan ".Impetus to tli" move ment to establish the Jewish race once more in Palestine was given to-night at a m.is meeting of Zionists at tlie Meellnah Tempi- Theater. Two thousand Hebrews, for th" most p irt supporters- of the plan to open ugiin tlie promised land for the chosen p"o ple. criwelfcl the hill The meeting was in eoimeetict' with the annual tonientlon ot W stern 'Zionists, whose organization em braces ten States. The phin. determined upon at the Basde. Switzfr'and. conference, was outlined hy 1 eon Co'otkoff, grind master of the Knights of ZIon. who said that the idea was to create a I'g.ihy assured home for the Jews. arrij a refuge for Jews who cannot be assim ilated bv the people among whom they now live. "We do not mean to take the Jews bv- the peek and throw them into PaWiine. Im said, "nor do we intend to transform tli Jews overnight into an iLrl"i.Itura! people. We want to resume tllr"nroken thread tit our nation: we want to snow to ths.nrM tlie moral strength, the Intellectual -oie:-of the Jewish people. We want a placj where the- race can again he centralize if.' H r G. HIr-ch gave his view on te prcposd movement. They nCre favor able In tone At the business sec.-.n in.. .. . .... ,,,,- cuiiicnuon re-. elected Llim Zolotkofr nt cux. 'Jr -c-hJ'JI.L7 -S-.O..J master and I. Wehio - urcr. It lias '3L Louis I I! Hl' . ;dv I-v.... ' r A i4feM---fffl-.,i.t.--N'a-. 25." 'ueA:B-Xi.-z.iiM Eh-SvSi.'(rt5!j