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The St. Louis Republic. [volume] (St. Louis, Mo.) 1888-1919, February 17, 1902, Image 12

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THE REPUBLIC: MOND'AY'. FEBRUARY) 17, 1902.
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ACTIVE MERCHANT IN ALTON
IS NINETY-TWO YEARS OLD.
Gold Medal
At Pan-American Exposition.
Write for Catalogue.
Mailed Free.
ESTABLISHED 1829.
ForSprains
Wc hve the most rarely beautiful collection of
Ladies' Fine Gold Watches
Ever placed on sale. It is a pleasure just to look at them a delight to own one.
They are as well made and reliable as they are beautiful.
The illustrations show THREE of our Medium-Priced Watches. f
Omeda Oil
The right time to treat a
sprain is the minute you get it.
And the right remedy to use
is Omega Oil. You can say
what you will
ii--.
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Unlike Any Other!
The full flavor, the delicious
quality, the absolute purity of
Lowney's IJreakfast Cocoa Dis
tinguishes it from all others.
No "trentim-iit" with alkalios no
adulteration with flour, starch or
protiud cocoa nhelN; nnthins Inu
tile nutritive and dlge-tHrfe prod
uct of the choicest cocoa Bean
Ask Your Deader for It.
CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA.
A Iteniedy Which Acts Promptly
and Is Always Keliablc.
For many yenrs the formula of El'PEP
SIA TABLETS has been recognized as the
Ideal cure for Indigestion, and tu-dej 1" In
dorsed and prescribed by the leading phy
sicians In all. sertlons of the United State.
While its action Is aiwuys prompt and re
liable in the treatment of all -toinach de
rangements ariMng from Imperfect diges
tion, there has been a. demand and a con
stant growing Inquiry for a reliable remedy
. which will positively give tone to the func
tions of nutrition and cause .1 rapid accum
ulation of flesh and Increase tn weight.
After consulting with the leading phi slclans
In different sections and experimenting with
tho various formulas submitted, d'PL'P
3IA TABLETS have been named as the
most elegant and meritorious remedy that
has been offered to the profession tor all
wasting diseases or any exhausted condi
tions of the system. The result If, thou
sands of boxes of EUPEPSIA TABLETS
arc now sold In the form of small-size tab
lets, which can be ronvtnlently carried In
the vest pocket. It is an assured fact that
those who have tried EUPEPSIA TAB
LETS and who know best are willing- to
prove all that Is hero claimed. All drug
gists tell them at Wc per box and are au
thorized by the manufacturers to refund
purchase price in any case where they fall
to cure dyspepsia. Indigestion, heartburn,
sour stomach, or any form of stomach trou
ble which arles from Imperfect digestion.
Doctor Buchanan Uurr. St. Paul building,
New York, writes under date of April 25,
1901: .
"I have for om time uM EUrEIVIA TAB
LETS In ill- treatment of Indirection and dya
Iepia. with uniformly geod results As they are
carefully cnniiotmded from a well-known formu
la, containing the Iw-frt dlKf-Ftlte torments end
gastric tlmulnnt. I can recomrmnfl them not
only as a pr-at bentfit in ra- of djapepsla and
Inftlpestloii. but as irfttl safe to place in the
hands of the Reneral 1111)11"-"
ST LOt'IS. JulvIS. lS-ll
I have l.e-n a .ufTtr-T of djpei..la for a num
ber of veaie My ilruct;i-t. Mr. J C UafTner.
recommended Ki,rr,i' labl'-ti. and I urn pleased
to mv that this is the nrt remedy tn Rive me
relief. W G PERKINS. t". Laclede
A treatise on Stomach Troubles and three,
days" treatment mailed free.
Viinr money linclc if the? full.
Etipcptila Clirntlrnl Co.. ItiEl Clnrlc
.lie., St. I.inl.
P Paaarerraitnll cured wltfceratmr
Ul I s-licl operation. Cure Olrtr
1 lai7janteed.Coniultatioii lre. Send
" mmm """", w te atamp for 21 paj Booklrt
DR. M. NEY SMITH. Sptciallit, t Oll.e BU St. Louia, Ho.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOSErH P. PARISH,
ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC BUILDINq.
TEL. MAIN 3018. KIM.OCII A 073.
CITY ITEMS.
SHOW yourselves In CKAWFORD'S
Great Store to-day and notice the pretty
Furniture and CsrpeU now opened tip on
their Third floor; It will be an education to
you!!
FUXKItAI. OF LOUIS ItlCIITKlt.
i
Member of St. Clnlr Comity Hoard of
SnperisorK In Jlurleil.
The funeral of Louis Kichter. member of
the St. Clair County Hoard of Supervisors
from Mascoutah, was held yesterday ufter-
noon and was attended by almost all of the
members of the County Hoard.
In the death of Sir. Itichter there U a
.strange coincidence. Just one year ago to
the any, his father, Fred E. Hlchter, also
ft member of the Hoard of Super-. Isors, died.
"Their deaths were similar and unusual.
Air. Richter. apparently, was In excellent
hearth up to the time of his death. He was
a farmer and was busy with his farm im-
plements on Tuesday. He retired at his
usual hour anil early Wednesday morning
Mrs. Hlchter was awakened by her hus
band, who was breathing hard. She sum
moned assistance, but before the arrival of
a phFician Mr. Hlchter died. One vear
ago Mr. Hlchter's father died in precisely
the same manner.
Coroner McCracken held the Inquest both
times and a verdict of dtath due to heart
.failure was returned in each case.
Mr. Richter was 52 years old and leaves
a widow and four grown children.
lernes vllle Notes.
The Reverend Doctor Jay A. Ford, pastor of
the First Ilaptlat Church at Jeraeyvllle preached
yesterday morning on "The Riches of Chrlt."
The Revert nd J. Klene. pastor of the
.First ITreb) terlan Church at JerseyUUe.
preached vesterday morning an "The Hlchl Sla-i
and Lazarus " Last evening the Reverend Mr.
Klene preached at the union services at the
First Baptlt Church on "No cross. No Crown"
VT. 11. Weiberv of Peoria. III.. hj be-n an.
Folnted agent for the Chicago. Peoria and M.
"uls Railroad at Dow to succeed p. E. Rowe of
Illllsboro. 111. August Thompson ot Hprlnglleld.
til., has also leen appointed nlRht operator at
the same place to succed Walter Harris ef
Hettlck. III.
The neverend J. W. Stowell of Waverlv. Ill ,
occupied the pulpit ot the Episcopal Church at
Jersey vllle j esterday.
Nacr McGce Waters, the lecturer, will ap
ppftr at Fern's Opera-house this evening un-icr
the auspices' of the alumni association of the
New Jcrs-j-v Me HUh School.
J. D. Rowe has sold Ills interest in the
White Hall Register to Doctor G. C, Jlcrarland,
--ho will arsume entire editorial control.
Knh-I-Noor" lead pencils outlast all
other penclla
WIKTOBY T1F.RGEU.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Paducah. K5'., Feb. 16. Albert Winfrey, a
Sopular baseball player, and Miss Lena
:erger were married nt the residence of the
bride In this city to-night.
CASTOR I A
For Infanti and Children.
T&i Kind You Havs Always Bought
Bears the
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Phnto-jraphed hj t i--man.
CHARLES I'HINXEY.
Alton's nonagenarian merchant, with his great-grandon, Charles Phinney Forbes,
ear old.
Cliarles rhlnney Is Alton's one nonase
narian met chant. Mr. Phinney is excep
tionally vigorous. He is president and
founder of the Charles Phinney Grocery
Compnnv, rfnd although in hi- nlnet) -second
ear, l almost dally at his office on West
Second street. He enjoys also the distinc
tion of being one of the pioneer wholesale
grocers of Southern Illinois, having been
engaged In business at Alton continuously
for the last sixty-three jears.
Horn in llcssachusetts. Mr. Phinney
EAST SIDE NEWS.
CALHOUN COUNTY
TO GET RAILROAD.
l'oard of Supervisors Will Hold
Special Meotinir. To-Iay to
Consider Franchise.
William Fulkerson, chairman of tho
Board of County Commissioners of Calhoun
County, has called a special meeting of that
organization, which will conene at Har
din to-day for the purpose of considering
tho question of granting a franchise to tho
Qulncy and Southeastern Electric Railway
Company. The meeting will be held in the
office of County Clerk Charles Flamm. At
the meeting representatives of the com
pany will present a petition for n fran
chise to equip and operate an electric rail
way along the public roads of the couiity
for a period of twenty years.
At present Calhoun County had no rail
road nor telegraph olilce, and the present
company is the first to seek a franchise
to construct a railway In that section of
Illinois known a the "Kingdom or Cal
houn." For many jears the residents, have
offered Inducements of moro or lesti value
to railroads to build lines into their county,
but heretofore the roads have not given the
matter serious consideration on account of
the necessity of bridging both the Hlinoin
and Missouri Rivers In constructing such
a line.
The present company proposes to con
struct an electric line from oulncy, south
east through Adams, Schuvier, Hancock.
Drown and Pike counties, entering Calhoun
County from the north, connecting the
towns of Uarrs", Hardin, Rushvllle and
Isnuvoo with Qulncy. Xo waterway of any
consequence would have to be spanned by
tne lunpiveil road until the Illinois River
Was reached at Hardin. The latter place
however, according to the best Information
obtainable, will be the southern terminus
of the road for some pionths. with a strong
probability then of crossing the Illinois and
Sinning south through Jersv and Madison
counties for St. Louis.
The Qulncy and Soiithea-stein Electric
Railway Company Is composed principally
of Qulncy stockholders. George Wells is
president and Major James L Adams is the
secretary. Both officers are residents of
Qulncy. The companv- has a nominal capi
talization cf r,fX. The proposed line wilt
be 130 miles In length, and w.111 cot ?1,'X,-
KILI.r.l) IIV A I ltl;ilT TKAI.N.
.lumen Carson Kan Iliinii enr the
Honk Mtnr.
James' Carson, i:, jears old. holding a
card hi the East St. Louis Carpenters'
Union, was run over apd killed by -a train
On the St. Louis, Troy and Rtstern Rall
load near the Donk mine, between Last St.
Louis and Collins; Hie yesterday afternoon.
His body was taken to Bast St. I)uls The
Inquest will be held this morning.
.Several officials ot the Ka-t St. Iiuls
Carpenters' Union were seen vesterday. but
they were unacquainted with Carson
Carson lin,! nnttai.. r.r .. ,i.. .. .., .
.r ; "-., i voiuc un nis per
son. The railroad men say he was. attempt-in,-
to ,.r,.uL ,l.n - .At... ,.- . - ....IJ1,
C..r. ":" '" ""t"' i iront or tne loco-
. ....... ,. .,a tun uuwil. ills nnilv-
was badly mangled. J
I'lnntllllir rnptiihl. ...
I'resldent Al Keochler of the VList SI 1
T.OUU Stnhr,l lrt...l ,.. ". A . S" L-OSl &l. !
f,.- ... -""u.u is in vvorK on a plan
imUrti!"5 0,lst"'cl10" f yortablc school
of the St. IiiIm portable schools have been
thought that this win be tho only solution
of tne present problem of overcrowded
schools Alt. Keechler ?il! lay the matter
meeting Kducitlon at Us next
Knat St. I.i.ulx Iti-inn.
.I.r".- im- "; ?'';''r of -N- Xor,h Eighth
street will entertain the members ot the J-alma-Kundl
Club Tuesday afternoon.
A furprle pint tendered XIr. and Mrs.
John Ivaj. Satunlay evenhiE in honor o' their
twentieth marriage nnnlverfarv.
Mrs. H. Cramer villi entertain the members o'
the Jean Incelon Club Thurnuay ntterncon at her
nome. Xo 6;b Xorth SIMh street.
Mis- Marj- Fbrman of St. Iuis avenue 1 en
tertalnlnir Miss Alice Murphy of Joliet, 111.
Mmei". II. Ahrrn and H. AVIlcn of St. Iouls
are the mitfts of Mrs. J. Canty !f Xo. 110 Ohio
avenue.
Mrs. A. n. Cudl will entertain the Indies
Literary Circle Thursday afternoon at the hme
of Mrs. Fred Hardlnc. In Clnrtrand avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin I BaUcr and son Harold
of Chartrand avenue, who hue been ppendln:
two weeks in Wajhlrctnn, n. c., returned home
Friday evening.
Alton Note and Per.onnla.
The Iteverend Oeonte It. Gebauer. pactor of
the rirst unitarian Church, at Alton, preached
vesterday mornlns on "The Kducallon of the
Soul."
Tho funeral of rionU Wllcrt of Alton took
place jestcrday afternoon from the residence of
lreston Atkinson, at Xo. 413 East Second tret.
The Iteverend J. II. J. Rice, pastor of. the rirt
ConKrrKatlorwl Cliurch. offlclated. and the burial
was In the city cemetery.
The Shakespeare Club of Alton Conseva
tory of Mulc will meet this evenlntr at the
Conservatory rooms on East Second street, for
the study of Julius Caesar.
Mlsa Alice Marsh ans "Closer Walk" yes
terday t the mornlnR servlcfl of the First
Presbyterian Church In Upper Alton.
-iFroIcssor D. O. Hay ot EhurtlelT Coliego
, rT..-7T ,M." '..' ..u . rt . - i. - - -
came to Alton in 1W, embarking at mice
In the wholesale grocery bus'ness. Later
the lusiness was .taken up by the firm of
Phinney & DcIhiw. and still later by the
firm of Phinney .t Harr. which was ab
sorbed by the Charles Phinney Orocery
Compnnv, of which Mr. Phinney became
prtsident.
The illustration shows Mr. Fhinney with
his great-grandson, Charles Phimiey
Forbes, s0R 0f Hobcrt M. Forbes of St.
Louis.
Tf-nt to SpiinnrlJ. Ill . jeiTdav, ThTP he
occuplcrl tho pulpit or the lim Baptist tTiu-rh.
The T-Hdies Aid Society -C th- Hnt M.
I-. hurth at lppr Alton will pUe a a-h-lrpton
ta on ?tunlay .iftrnxii.
The Itn trend .T II. Uarton. nitcr f th
iTnlon It.iptUt Church at Altm prearhed if
terdHy n ornlni: mi Trepareit KIncdnm. '
and laet eenlnf; i 'Hi's Train Hlll-d tho Tm
P'o." t
-'The True Clmrcli and Its Character" u
the theme iterdi niornlnK f the Keterend
3 W. Shephirl. pitor cf tin Sixth Ptreet M.
K Church, at Alton. Lnt eietilng- the eangtl
istlc Ferlces were continued, the theme of th
meeting belntr. 'Js It Time ro t?ek the Ijnl
-The Heeren3 i; K. IlemlrlcK, an aanscl
(st of Tnlon Cits. Tenn.. will begin a tt-ries of
.anir;ollstlc meftlnss this vt nln nt the
Twelfth Htreet Cumberland IreRbtcrUn Cliureh
at Alton He will be lUsHted bs the pastor,
tlie Reernd A. H. KeLto
Conttable John A Bradlev of tpper Alton
1 ."eriouelj- 111 at h!-. home on Colleo nenu.
The funeril of ISuxenf K. Uozia of Alton
tooc place eterdaj afternoon from the llozra
home at Xo 412 't i'tiurth street. Th
body was- taken to l.er.inon. 111., for burial
The White Ius.ar Ltand of Alton will gie
Its annual banquet this evening at the Turner
Hall on nidge street.
Major Joshua Dixon of North Alton has
announced hlms If as a candMate for re-ec-tlon.
esterJay as ub-ened as "Iteenjjnltion
Da" with th yundas school of the Flrt-t
VrsbiterMn Church at Alton Dlnlnma? ihon-
frpr perfect records were a wanted to tnnt
eight memhers nt the chool.
- Yesterdas was obered as the twonts-flfth
aunhersarj of the founding of th OoriBrega
tlonul Cnurch at MWUle. bpectal -erIces were
conducted In hon.r of the eent by the Rev
eren 1 J D. AUwortb. j)titor of th( FlPt Con-grf-Kitloml
Churcli at God f rev.
The M-nlor class of shurtleff Academy ha
elected T Jacob president, und Ml-s Ijios
Stlthr er.retan. The aunutt exhibition of th
claw will be In Id In Chapl Hall on Tuesday
eenlng.
BELLEVILLE.
i Ml i kvv n iiimv or HAitiiv kiiiik.
Coroner MeCrncken'x Jnry Kind. Tliat
Ilc-mli Wan Iluo til Ilrovrnlliir.
Coroner JlcCracken )est-rday afternoon
held an inrjufst at IlaVs undertaking estab
lishment In Helleville on the body of Hurry
Kerr, whose bod was founa Saturday even
liiK in a cistern in the rear of l'eter J.
Kaercher's saloon on Jl.-iin street, Helleville.
into which ho had fallen almost eleven
months tiRO. A verdict cf accidental drown
ing was, leturncd hy the Coroner's jurj-.
The funeral will he held this morning.
Harry was just hi jears old and was grad
uated from t(.e lllellle High School when
he was employed bv Mr. Knercher as an
nppientice bartender. He worked half n.
day and then mjMterlously disappeared.
Thv police of various cities were enlisted In
an effort to find the joung man and the case
was placed along will! other others, of mv
terlous disappearancen until Saturday nlg"ht.
when the body was found in the ahandoneil
cistern. A nn-tal card In the lad's coat
pocket and his shoes were the only means
whereby an identification was made.
Mr. and Mrs. K-rr are heartbroken over
the loss- of their son, as they had hoped that
he had .probably taken a foolish notion to
enli"t In the nrmv and had not written and
would not write until tho terms of his en
listment had e.pired
I'ltni'AIti: FOH .S4nMJIlKFKST.
ArruiiKoiiient roimiiltlees ot Tno
SocictW-K Comlilnr.
Arrangement committees of the Belleville
Kront'ial I.iedertafel ami l.tederkranz so
cieties for the saengerfest. have organized
and selected a joint tommittte and sub
committees to take charge of all of the ar
laiiKements for the coming baengerfest in
June
The joint committee lias organized with
Adam Ehret, president; Charles Rhein, sec
retary; George A. Bleser, corresponding
secretary; C. A. Grossort, treasurer. Sub
tommltttes have been selected as follow h-
Music P. .1. Schrader and G. A. Bleser.
Printing Conrad GcII. Phillip Knapp.
'William Boeker, G. A. Bleser and Charles
Hhein.
Railroads Henry Hohm. Charles Gros
sart and Ernst Rheinhardt.
I'rlvileKes Walter Glntz. Ernst Rcin
lnitdt, Henry Hohm. rhillp Knapp.
llrKnlllzntloim Elrt-t Officers.
Oflicers elected by Belleville organizations
during the past week were:
The ladles' section of the Belleville Turn
vertin: I'resldent. lairetta Selfert: vice
president. Kugenia Knoebel; secretarj'.
August Nenhaus; treasurer,-Ida Schmidt.
The ladles' section of the Kronthal-Lled-ertafel
Society of Belleville: President, Miss
Emily Grischy: vice president. Miss Alma
Ehret; sccretan. Miss Barbara Ehret;
treasurer. Miss Mina Xebgen. The presi
dent announced the following standing com
mittees: Arrangements Misses Alma. Eh
ret. Pauline Welngaertner. Katherine Kel
ler. Amanda Samtag. Constitution Misses
Tina Bunn. Ellsa Schott, I-ulu Roth.
Mirsic Distributors Misses Amanda Sam
stag and Freda Kolb.
The Junior Epworth league of the Ger
man M. E. Church: President. Miss Anna
J'ustmueller: vice president. Mrs. F. Mahle
fecretary. George Mahle; treasurer. Miss
I.tverna Rauschkoib; organist, Mrs Mahle;
librarians. Edwin Deichmann and Harold
A Inker.
lie Ivnl Service.
Llederkranz Hall, Belleville, was crowded
yesterday afternoon and last night, the
attraction being the revival services which
were transferred from the Presbyterian
Church. A men's meeting was held In the
afternoon and a. big union meeting was
held at night at which a chorus of loo
voices rcnacrcd an elaborate programme.
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I4U. .SilIU Gold. 15-jcweled 1IU. Solld Gold.
nMti-uti-!i, uiuiuvim - m ttj iiii-K. i.i - jv
In luck. only.
..tu eled liiovetnent
"We have other Watches fcr Ladies and Gentlemen, ranging in price from 56 00
to $675,00, and give a written guarantee with every Watch.
MERMOD JACCARD'S,
On BROADWAY, Cor. Locust St.
MAIL ORDERS
HOTEL PROJECTS
FOR WORLD'S FAIR.
Cause of Delav Attribiueil to Hu
mors About Exposition's Prob
able Postponement.
MANY CAPITALISTS INTERESTED
Syndicates Forming for Erection
of Buildings in Different Parts
of City Real Estate
Gossip.
Several large hotels are projected for the
World's Fair. Many cheaper structures
will be rushed up at the last moment.
Real isj-te dealers say that the principal
iause of the delay In building operations
has bet n the persistency of rumors tht't
the World's Fair would not be held until
j 1WI ThK they sa. has made promoters
! ihary of investing capital. lest it lie idle a
! year btfoie the Influx of sightseers.
Yet that ample accommodation will he
furnished before the opening of the Fair
no doubt is expressed. It Is said that the
necessary hotels" will occupy In their con
struction leas time than the World's Fa'r
building". As soon a the latter are under
way the hotels can he begun, and opened
before the Exposition.
Both local and outside capitalists are
known to be making ready for investment
In great hostlerles for the accommodation
of the guests of the city during the life
of the World's Fair. Probably C'mO.OOO will
be invested in structures of the first class.
It is the gteat outlay that makes iinct
ors cautious.
Already t-vndlcates have been formed for
the erection of hotels in different parts ot
the city. Several plans contemplate the
building of immense family hotels on Grand
avenue, additions to downtown hotels aie
assured, and a great variety ot buildipg v. ill
be done about the World's, Fair site.
One of the most elaborate projects hi that
of Count de Penalcza, who Intends building
a palatial hotel on the corner of Grand
and Washington avenue. Tills structure
will cost several hundred thousand dollais,
be permanent In construction, and Intend
ed for a family hotel after the close of
the Exposition. It ii the Intention to ar
range the Interior of the building after
the manner of a Roman palace, and it will
be one of the most elegant hostelrles in the
I'nlted States, containing more than LiO
rooms.
The Lincoln Trust Company, for a syn
dicate, is planning the building of an Im
mense slx-stOry hotel in the wme neigh
borhood. This. too. will be erected Willi the
Idea of permanency, and le converted Into
a family hotel s tnon as the World's
Fair rush Is over with. This project alsj
contempltCR a 20U-rocm hostelry, modern in
tvery detail.
Mrs. Beers Is arranging to build sub
stantial addition to her hotel at Grand av
enue and Olive street, the structure to be
erected Just west of her present building.
In all appointments the addition will be
harmonious with the main building
Probablj the Planters Hotel alo will be
added to across the alley on the west. Ne
gotiations vveie on foot for purchase of the
Western Union building last ear, and
though it is said that these fell through, the
fact that the Western I'nlon will move
within a few months has given credence to
the earlier report that I In- Planutfb would
acquire the property.
Among the temporary structure in pros
pect, that of the Travelers' Protective As
sociation at Retthold avenue and the Clay
ton road. Is the most elaborate so far an
nounced. This is intended to furnish ac
comodation for members of the society with
their families visiting the Kxpositlon. and
it will probably be sold for department
store purposes after the Fair has closed.
It will he five stories In height, and t-nntaln
Jul) rooms.
I. V. Rosenthal and A. Baer. the purchas
ers of the old Washington University build
ing, at Seventeenth street and Washington
avenue, contemplate also converting this
structure Into a World's Fair hotel before
tearing it down to erect a modern mercan
tile structure on- the site.
Across the street from this buildiii" a
jauuewu promoter win uuna a large Worlds
Fair hotel, with the Idea, however, of
making It a permanent structure for the
use of transients, as it will be convenient
to Union Station. The plans contemplate
the erection of either a four or a five torv
building. "j
Posslblv some part Of the building to be
erected by the Mercantile Trut Companv
onJ,,,p. O'NIefproperty at Seventh street
a''d "Washington avenue may be leased to
the Undell Hotel during the World's Fair
The first floor of this building has been
let to the Model Clothing Companv-. The
upper stories will be arranged to suit a
?. A!s F!aIr sl,e- raanS' temporary hotels
!t?'(X' In the hope that they will pay for
themselves In the one season. After the
fair these will be disposed ot In any way
possible, many probably for storea '
Wedillnar Invllntlnnn.
Correct forme, finest material and work
manship, at Mermod & Jaccard's, society
stationers. Broadway and Locust.
Writ' for Samples and PrUet.
Conductor Killed In a Wreck.
REPUBUC SPECIAL.
Hoxle Ark.. Feb. IS. This morning In a
head-end collision with two freight trains
on the Frisco nt Ravenden Conductor Mc
Fall was killed.
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perfect .reviltor or the STOMACH. LIVER.
BOWELS and KIDNEYS. Effective little tabUt
for botlt eld and youns. 25c. All drusglati.
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CAREFULLY FILLED.
WIRELESS MESSAGES
ARE BADLY TANGLED.
Thiee-Cornered Conversation in
Three Language Between
Jships at New Yoik.
INTERRUPTION IN GERMAN.
Hohenzollern Tries to Extend In
vitation to Vessel Which Is
Bidding Cood-By to Depart
ing Lueania.
niiPfm.ir spf.mak
New York. Feb. 16 There was a three
cornered conversation by wireless teleg
raphy. In two languages. In the North
River jesterday. While George Kroncke.
the wireless telegraph operator on board
the Kaiser Wilhelm der Grose, was talk
ing to the departing steamship I.ucania.
the operator of the wireless telegraph out
fit on board the Imperial yacht Hohenzol
Icrn joined in the tonv ersatlon, the Ger
man messages causing a veritable confu
sion of tongues until matters were
straightened out.
The Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse was ly
ing at her pier at the foot of West Twelfth
street, while the Lueania left the pier be
low to start on her voyage to Liverpool.
The Imperial yacht lay in her dock In Ho
boken, almost opposite the big German
liner.
"We pjo off the Battery. Everything do
ing well." was the first message received
by Mr. Kroncke from Mr. Hepworth. the
operator aboard the I.ucania. Then after j.
lull of several minutes came the words:
"We are off Staten Island. I can see the
cruisers of the United States Navy."
Mr. Hepworth then began telling the op
erator aboard the German steamship that
he was going to try to break the wireless
telegraph record, made by the steamship
Philadelphia, which talked to the Lizard
while l.Ti) miles distant. Strange and ob
scure words began at this time to creep
Into the messages.
Mr. Kroncke shut off the connection and
turned It on again, but all he could make
out was several German phrases, among
which the words-, "Sehe.i sic?" and "vler
I'hi" were invariably repeated. Then there
came it complaint from the Lucanla:
"What are vou talking about, anyhow?
I can't speak German."
"Who is this?" was the message flashed
out to the wind by the operator aboard the
German vessel.
"Tho yacht Hohenzollern," was the reply,
"All right, Hohenzollern, keep quiet a
moment." replied Mr. Kroncke. He con
tinued to talk with the Lucanla. whoso
mecsageb grew weaker and weaker.
"We're out at sea. now." said the opera
tor of the I.ucania. "I can scarcely make
vou nut. I'm hungry and going to get din
ner, so I'll say good-by."
"Good-by. Bon voyage." was Fent back,
and then the conversation ceased.
Mr. Kroncke then communicated with the
Imperial vaclit and learned that the opera
tor on the latter hail been trying to send
to him the Invitation In German: "Come
over to ee me at 1 o'clock."
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For rcbruar, set wjth "Amethyst." mean
ing Contentment," J2.C0 to $13, and with
diamonds and amethyst up to $300. Mer
mod & Jaccard's, Broadway and lcut.
Mm. Alice J. Ilownrd IJeod.
Mrs. Alice J. Howard of Ferguson. Mo.
wife of Hose.i Howard, died al her home
on Cla avenue. Friday afternoon, at 3:4"i
ji. m. Mrs. Howard was the mother of
Charles, l.ydla. Mary and Emily. Mr. How
ard Is a brother of V. B. Howard, auditor
of the Wabash Railroad. The funeral took
place on Snnd.iv afternoon at 2 p. m.
Services were held at the Methodist Church,
the Iteverend Mr. Bogges officiating. The
body was interred In Belief ontaine Cemt
terj.
SUNKEN TRANSPORT IS RAISED.
Arrives at Cavite and Will Be
Placed in Dry Dock.
Manila. Teb. 16. The United States
Transport Wright, which sank In lifteen
feet of water November 28 last, by st Iking
an uncharted rock at the entrance of San
Jacinto Hnrbor. und which was successful
ly raised this month, has arrived nt Cavite
in tow of the gunboat Worppatuck.
The Wright has six holes in her bottom,
w hich have been temporarily patched. She
will be dry docked Immediately.
Made.
The way Salva-cea cures) Piles.
BREWERY STRIKE IS EXPECTED.
Unions Quarrel Over a Question of
Jurisdiction.
Cincinnati. O.. Feb. 16. The brewers of
Cincinnati. Covington and Newport News
say that their workmen are expected to
strike next Saturday. About 1,500 workmen
aro Involved. Last night a few men were
dropped and a conference to-day of Inter
ested parties failod to reach an agreement.
National officers of the respective unions
have been here working in vain with the
local auxiliaries of the different bodies in
volved. The trouble come from the dis
pute with the United Brewery Workers and
the Stationary Engineers' unions, as to
which of them shall have control and Juris
diction over the engineers and the firemen
who are employed In the various breweries
of the three cities.
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else, and a week's wages amounts to a good deal to most
people. If your druggist doesn't sell Omega Oil, ask
him to get a supply of his
Ideal Telephone Service
Residence Rates :
Direct Line, $3.00 Per Month.
Three Centi Per Message.
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CORONER WAS NOTIFIED
OF LIPSCOMB'S DEATH.
After Consultation With FliIctnns
and Attorney, Up Decided ut
to Hold an Inqneat.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL
Sedalia. Mo.. Feb. 16. Samuel L. Lips
comb, formerly circulator for the Sedalia
Sentinel and a well-known citizen, died last
night at his home In this city. Lipscomb's
family phjsicisn says that the immediate
caue of his death was due to uraemlc.
poisoning.
On January 29 last Lipscomb and hi
brother-in-law. John W. Baldwin, who fa a
prominent citizen and a leading local poli
tician, had an altercation at Baldwin's
home in the country. During the tight
Baldwin heat I.lp'ccmb over the head with
a chair. I.lpcomb remained unconscious it
is said, for several hours and was brought
to this city for medical attention. He ap
parently recovered, and two or three days
afterwards was on the streets. He again
became ill. however, and gradually grew
worse until his death.
Coroner T. P. McCIuney was notified of
the death of I.lncomb and the facts In con
nection with th? case. After 't consultation
with. W. I). Steele. Baldwin's attorney.
Countv Attorney John Cashman and the
phjslclans who attended Lipscomb, lie de
cided not to hold an autopsy or an luo.Pct.
Lipscomb was a married man and leaves ,i
widow and four children.
The funeral will be held at Lamnnte to
morrow under the direction of the Modern
Woodmen of America, of which order IJps
icmb was a member and In which he c.ir
iled $-'.0") Insurance.
I)o Hot ejflec Your Kjcx.
Have them examined free ot charge by
Dr. Bond, expert optician at Mermod & Jac
card's, Broadway and Locust. Proper tit
guaranteed It glasses are needed. Sietl
frames, $1 and up; gold. 13 and up.
VISITORS AT SL LOUIS HOTELS.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. KIrth of New York
are at th" St. Nicholas.
Simuel Brackstone ot Corinth. Mi. is,
registered at the Moer.
W. Sanford of Cagle Pass. Tex., is at
the Lindell.
William J. Coad ot Rapid City. ?. D.,
has rooms at the Planters.
W. C. Hasty of P.iragould. Ark., spent
yesterday at the Southern.
D. A. McMillan of Mexico. Mo., is stop
ping at the Laclede.
P. R. Srnltte of Brownwood. Tex.. Is a
guest at the Moser.
R. M. Rae of Graceviile, Mo., arrived at
the St. Nicholas vesterday.
A. K. Pannell of Oklahoma City, Ok.,
is registered at the Lindell.
D. C Good of Atchison, Kas., was at
the Planters yesterday. (
Thomas N. Boyle of Pittsburg. I'j.. is
stopping at the Southern.
P. L. Langenburg of Peoria. III., was
amens yesteroay's -arrivals at the Laclede.
w. N. Clair of Centralia, Mo., has rooms
at the Moscr.
Mics Fannie Smith and Clara Kinney
of Chanute. Kas., are at the St. Nicholas
S, G. .Taylor of Memphis, Tenn., is reg
istered at the Lindell.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Anderson "of Macon,
Ga.. are at the Planters.
W. D. Denton of Leavenworth, Kas.,
spent yesterday at the Southern.
W. J. Payne of Denver, Colo., has rooms
at the Laclede.
Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson of Al
ton. III., are at the 31oser.
Louis C. Ganzel of New York spent yes
terday at the St. Nicholas.
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Stomach Trouble., Typhoid ud HftlartftX Fmrt
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MA1U.-.E I.NSL'ltA.N'CK COMPACT.
OBIce. No. 117 Chestnut St., St. Louis, Mo
iei. lieu aiain :t.,ia. Tei. Kiniocn, A II
Policies are written on either stock or mutual
uini.i.ivinB:
Kerry C. Haarstlck. J. Jl. C. Lucas.
It. It. Orthvteln. D. D. Walker
Aucustu? Nedderhut. .Tae. tv. Bell,
Wm. P. ITomss.
W. V. l.ee of Mayfleld, Ky., Is a cuesl
at the Lindell.
-I). C Benjamin of Montgomery, Ala
is registered at the Planters.
Mr. and Mrs. George D. Marcy of Ports
mouth. N. H.. are at the Southern.
-C. P. Barnes" of Memphis. Tenn.. Is al
the Laclede with Mrs. Barnes.
Mr. and Mrs. C, E. Sutton of Toledo, O,
are at the Moser.
-I- Hart of Cincinnati, O., Is stopping al
the St. Nicholas.
J. Kranskcft of Milwaukee, Wis., has
rooms at the Lindell.
, rw B: H'1rs ot Springfield. O., Is res
Istered at the Planters.
7i."!tmI'.?nr,,ett ot Rock Wand. IIU
was at the Southern yesterday.
Zf JI.-Ake .f Ir0"10"- XI- wa among
yesterday s arrivals jt the Laclede.
Ilon't .enleet Yonr Walph.
Have it cleaned at regular intervals, no!
more than eighteen months apart, by th
expert watchmakers at Mermod & Jao
card's, Broadway and Locust.
Church Damaged by Fire.
1 1: TIL-LIC SPECIAL.
Hannibal. Mo.. Feb. 16 The Trinity
Lplscopal Cnurch was damaged by fire to
the extent of about ,ooo this afternoon.
The fire was caused by an overheated flue.
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