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THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1002,
SAYS DEMOCRATS MAY WIN IN ILLINOIS. AUCTIONEERS. DESCENDANT OF THE FIRST PRESIDENT OF HARVARD. !SrWQO& A. fi. SELKIRK & CO., Auction and Storage Regular mle vfrv Saturday at wirehau" general orfle-. ros-10-i: Choutrau ae. frle lJ rcsIJrc a pcUltjr. riioae KInloch G 1CT. 0it They Go! Now for a. Final, Absolute Clearance. find our -Vault -the best place in tethich to lea'Oe articles of -cJalue. The cost !3 nominal. Senator Mason 1'redict.s Disaster to His Party in State anil County Elections. msizm SALVSGE WRE8K18G A8EHGY. Samuel Gnns. Matiacpr, 714 aad "t6 Yah!nsto nt Auction fatef if ffilvage merciianJiBfl Watt n for rpedul notices. A. A riirX-UinR AuctlontTS. Take the finest Winter Over- coats in the entire stock The security absolute. Misso-uri Safe Deposit Vaults were $16, SIS and 520 Now RESULT OF INTERNAL STRIFE. Equitable Bids., 6th S. Locust. Ground Floor. AMUSEMENTS. mJuS .. IX When an opportunity like this comes along it pays to respond in a hurry. ,,JunkHBB11 tolf (ctnt'torRtgtrs, Broadway and rft U.. .1. I. i Morgan. Jl!souri'" CJrmtein Stor orrcr an army or nil that i lL-fful and novel and at prices especially apptvillnc to the economical It Is customary jor ltarr'i hitr store to present tmparrilleltd barsalnc at the beginning of x i.ew 3 ear. FOUR LIVES LOST IN IOWA BY A HEAD-ON COLLISION. I.lelil rtiufn.- CrnnhrN Intn Ppni!i'r Trill II nuil Ilotli l"ll;lneer, mill l'lrcnirn lVrlali. Mnrsualltown. la., Feb. lfi Tnur Hv were lost In a hiad-on coMniuirnn the low.i Central Railroad one mile north of Clif ford to-d.iy, a llKht enslne. northbound, cni'-lilni; into a paieniri'r train. Tlie dead: Wallace Frew, ICeltlisburtr. III.. enslnr llKht eneine. John White. OsltaIooa, engineer passon per train. Frank l'atton, Jlarphnlltown. fireman light enplne. Elmer Ogle, Jlarshalltown, fireman pas nger tntln. Several paM-enEers went slightly injured. Engineer Frew of the lUht engine Miould have cleanM the pat-senger train at Glf ford, hut for t-ome reason fulled to do so. Note Change-City ticket and freight of fice of the Missouri. Kansas and Texas Itailnay non located at 320 OIKe street. HucLy Mountain Cnniplnsr. Camping in the Itucky Mountains -n 111 be one of the Inducements o:Iered to Colorado mid Utah tourists this summer by the var ious Western lines. The idea wan sus geited by the inability of the Colorado re port hotels to care for the business, and the popularity of some experiments made in that direction by tourists last ear. Thl" year railway otnciaii will attempt to have supply depots established at Denver anil other Junction points uhere tourlsto can se cuie camp outfits and information regard ing the best places to camp. The Chicago, Hock Island and Pacific, the Chlcaso. Bur HnRton and Quincy and the Denver and Klo (Ir.inde have each employed experienced campers to work out the details and pre sent 'lie facts In an ut tractile form. SPECIALTIES. REMOVAL NOTICErffvrSfK N Hlxth St.. IiultJiM building. Harris SIw Co , J Harris, rres-Ident. Mississippi Valley Trust Company. Pets as Iiecutor, Administrator, Guardian, Curator and in all other trust ca pacities DEATHS. BUAKV PunJav. Fibruari'16. IM)2. at 7 o'clock n m Brmlm. ontiR't tUui;liter of Anna Rrady np Soahltl) aruljhe late Hen V Brady, a Red 4 jfars Iunrii. ilnnday. Fliruary 17. at 2 p. m , from famlH n-sIdeRO. So. 915 Morgan Ftrtvt, to Cal ar Criit'tfn. Funeral prUate. lf ASK Sunday. February 16.' lice, at 2 p m Helen it. Cl.a. widow of the at dptHiii JMni I Mnlen. In lh- tlft -third wr of hr ag. at her home. No 727 Carpenter plate. IM notice nf funeral will le rUmi. I)ON.'KMA-)n Fuluiday, Kibnury 13. lor ftt 9.13 p m , Thoma1 ronnll, at family iv7 lsnf. fllefontalnf mad. rurtli of IUd?n Funeral UVdnMaj, Frtiruuiy It. nt ?.3 a m. from H.P I'hurch or Our I,ad of ilwunt Oar wel, thine to Caliary Cemetery. KOST On Faturda. February 13. W2. at 1:15 p. tn . Ftildenly. Ocar. a Red earp. beloved f-on of Mr. and Mr Align?! i IJndemuth. and brother of Fiank Kc-t. Funt-ral Monday, Pcbiuary 7, at 1.30 p m from iMdtnce. No. feI3 Suuili Ninth street. Cincinnati papers lleawe cipy. IUVV On Sun-laj. February 16, 12, at S:l p m.. Ulna i: ly nif J.thKHeld), J-)v-d wife of I II. I.t'Vy. Furral from rcjldcrre. No. S7fi Fountain a--n-. Tudaj, Februar IS, at l.S1) p. m. IlOi:riIl tin Hundayt Fhniar' 16. 1VC. at 6 u m . Fiiddrnl), Thensa HmpT. belovpd !aui;h tr and our K)j!cr. nt thA agi of 32 year. I"unTal will take plate fron family r5idrne. No 1721 tHiUtli Klehth tr't, TurMay. February IS. at a. m. to Srf. Jvtrr and I'aul t'hurrh, thtno to SS IVtcr and I'auls Vmeter Rela tHes and frlrnds Invited to attend SANliKIth February 14. K0i. at S:V p m Con f SandrF lWoied buliantl of Muraret anden nee Kottwlnkel). acd 33 Funeral will take plact Tuesdav. Fbruar 1. at S.30 a m . fnin famtlv reldenc. No SS45 North Twentieth ftreet. to iIol Trlnttj Cliureli, thenco to (ahn Oenieterj. Friends lnlted to attend Omit loners. M'IIA1:K;K On Sundav. February 16. 1W2. at 43i a m.. aft i a llngerim; IIUhsh. Catberln ht haefcr men IMebelt. u loed wife of John Sohaefer Hiid our dear mother, daughter and itt. aged 23 years. rui.--i.it Tet.iay. i'elruar IK. at 2 p. m.. firm th tsMfnce f her mother. IS'X Smlh Third trrt, ItelitUee and fnemla are lnlted to attend. Quincy. 111., papers please copy SCUDDCK I"rldi, Febmao-j It. v Hl it ,, m . of pnetimonla. at hi residence. No jy'3 Wnthiniiion tjulra.nt. lllluui . -udder" hue band of Clara 11. cldder. Funeral from Second llaptlt tMiuirh at 2 p m. on Tuesdav, the l&th. I'l'aw omit flowers Interment iiate. SI I AW On Saturda. February 13. vwa. Jam a Jhaw, aetnl S3 yearh. 3uneral at 9 o'clork a. m.. Monday, JTth Init , from late r:frllenr. No. 35 t'ook avenu, to St AIphonsusb Church Interment CaHory Cemetery. SMITH-On Saturday. February 15. I912. at 2:1') p. in., Janiett A Smith, In the eenty-nlnth ear of his ace. Funeral from hi late resld-'tice. No. 47' Suth lln)idwa. Monday, the 17th hut , at 1 p in., to lulWonialne Ometery. Interment pthate STOW Februarj 16. 19M. Annie Stow nee Weber), b Ioed wife of Frarl Stow. I'unnal Taewday. Fcbruar.- 18. at 10 o'clock from family residence, near IIoue'B Springs. Mo WOODS Entered Into rt Ftbruary 15. 1C at 11 u. m., at the residence of his daughter. Mn. U. M Hubbard. No. it' Iaclede axenuc, William Shepard Wood, aged 7 jeaxa and !) montlia. Funeral Monday, February IT, 1&02, at 2 p. m. Interment prlale. WULF-On Sunday Fel)niary 16. 3W2, at 2:25 p, m., Theodore, belored husband of Mary Wulf and father of Bertha, Gertruda, Joseph. Louise, An thony, Mary, Theodora. Annie, Aaiea, Mathilda. and Edward Wulf. used 68 euxs. Funeral from family residence. No. 8017 Water street, on Wednesday, February 15, at 9 a. m.t to" Et. Bonifuc Church, uu&ci to Mvu&t Ollye.Ceia- .MIJS. .MAHV JIOI5AKT, I'Kiiniiii'iii ii'!.i(lnil of Ciiithajii'. III., wliu ecli-hrated Ikt iihit't.v-third liirlliday y-.-itriay. She is a ;i-earj;r('ar-;iinidiiiotIier. urrrni.io ppixiau Carthage. III.. lb. 1C Mrs". Mar- Hn batt celebrated her ninety-third birthday to-day. She p remarkably hale and vljror ous for one nt her ase and her pretent family relationship Js intertstlni; and re ma: liable. Mr.-", liobart was born lNbniary. IS, 1&19. at nrattleboro, Vt. She comes of a tire old famili. and is a direct descendant of Ilenrj Dimeter, the tlrat preMent of Har anl I'niver-ity. belnpr a grandchild in the fourth Feneration. Mrs Iloljart has a -TO-DATE KING OF WONDERFUL Chulaloiifjkorn, flic AMsl States man of Asia. Rules Wisely Over Sisim's 1(),M)(V,000 Souls. SPEAKS ENGLISH FLUENTLY. lias Encouraged luiilroad Huild- iiij Throufrliout His Healm Capittil Has Electric Lights, Hallways ;ind Tcli'iilione'. llth St an! rt7inslvanU Ae. The H-)iublU- Hurehu. Washington. Keb. 16 "The most Inter esting feature of that most interesting country of the globe. Slam." said John Barrttt. Asiatic Commissioner for the St. l-ouI World's Kalr. "is the King Chula Iougkorn. who. without doubt, is the ablest statesman In Asia. He 1-- the only man among lO.Oio.om people who would be chosen by everybody its the perlect and Ideal monarch. He s-pe.ikb English Iluently, Is well read and thoroughly familiar with English and American sjstem of goern ment. pollt'c.il economy and conditions. "'The King Is htlplng forward the con struction of the railways to all parts of his realm, and while, as a matter of course, the highest as well as the greattst num ber of otlicials are natives, he has em plojed in the public scrUce of the country fully 403 able rorelgtu rs French. English. Germans and Americans as teachers, engi neers and experts along various lines. These foreigners recelo high .--.il.irifs in arious stations and are well truiud by his subjects. King Chulalongkorn also pur sues a erv liberal policy toward missiona ries, although ho himself is a liuddhist. "The Importance of tho kingdom is a thing not generally known or appreciated. It lias a population or lO.WW.uiKl, no public debt, and is tho tidiest country In Asia, it not In the world. Bangkok, the capital cit), is the largest city In Asia and has a larger commerce than any port of the East Indies, the harbor being fr-quented by merchant vessels from all cpiarters of the globe. "The first electric street railway system. fluttering or irregular pulsa tions arc an indication of weak ness of the nerves or muscles of the heart. A weakness long continued produces deformity and organic disease. If your heart a&ion is weak, make it strong. Build up the muscles and s.rengthen the nerves with the greatest of all heart reme dies, Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. "Tho least exertion or excite ment caused my heart to throb . and pound and I had smothering snelli, pain and palpitation. 'I'lirn.i Krtt Inn r9 T- fll.ic' tlAn -&..v WUIVICOUI AJ. .UI1U3 UUILU Cure overcame all these disturb ances ana maae me well." Mrs. J. A. Couts, Upper Sandusky, Ohio. H tie 1, quiets the nervous heart, regu lates its pulsations and builds up its strength as nothing else can. Sold by druggists on a guarantee. , pi. Miles Medical Co, Elkhart, Imt- Palpi-. fatlmi, number of pons and daughters, nil livint;, who. with their families', live within a day's Journey of her home. Her birthdays are always a Bala event in the family, all her relative Catherine at the old homestead to celebrate. In January therd wa. born to her ercat-Krandson a daughter, which N the boslnnine; O.I the fifth, generation now lIUni,'. The fact that this mite of human ity haj two grandmas, two Krandpaa. one Kreat-Krandmother and one Krcat-Rreat-Brandmother. the subject of this sketch, makes her Quite n remarkable bnby. estublii-hinl in Aia was built In Bangkok In l"?-' ami covers etery thoroughfare of the city. Bangkok is also lighted by elec tricity and equipped with telephones and telegraphs. The .Menam Itiver flows through the city. and. In addition to this waterway, the city Is cut up on everj hand by canals to such an extent that it ha been -called the "Venice of Abla." '" TROOPS MAKE CLEAN SWEEP IN BATANGAS PROVINCE. firneral Rell Hellcvrn tlie IimnPKent I.i-ailt-r Millvnr Ik IleromliiK t upi.pullir. Manila. Feb. 16. General J. Franklin Bell has practically cleaned up the Insurrection in Butangas Province, the troops under his command having made a clean sweep of the district. It is not believed that nil the Insurgent arms hav been taken or surrendered, but that some of them have been taken by the Insurgents to other Provinces or safely hid den. The increaso of robber bands in tho Prov inces of Tayabas and Cavlte shows tho ef fects of the drastic measures adopted In Batsngas and I-cRuna Provinces. General Bell savs the people of these latter Provin ces never reallzid the terrors of war until they personally experienced Its hardships, owing to the closing of the ports and tho concentration of the natls In the towns. G'-neral Bell believes that the Insurgent leader Malvar is becoming exceedingly unpopular with the Filipinos and that when the natives cease to fear his vengeance many will be found willing to betray him. What has been said of Batangas Province applies almost equally to Eugunu. UNIVERSITY STUDENT TAKES LIFE WITH PRUSSIC ACID. I.rntc. Note Snjlnit That ilia 1,1 fe AVn a Knilnrt', but Klilnir No llenoona. Ann Aroor. Mich . Feb. 16. Albert O. Klein of '""hicago, a student In the Univer sity of Michigan, committed suicide early to-day by taking pnisslc acid. This Is the second suicide among the university stu dents in the last two weeks. No reason la known for Klein's act. He left a note say ing his life was a failure, but giving no reason why. Klein was a good student and stood well in his classes, jje was apparently happy at all times. Of late he was troubled slightly with Insomnia, and has also had several slight at tucks of malaria, but his general health has been good. He arose early to day and after taking a bath, swallowed the poison, which he had no trouble In securing, aj, he was a chemist. PRINCE EXPECTED SATURDAY. Kecord of Ivroiiprinz Wilheliu Is 5 Days, lsi Hours and 45 Minutes. Xtw York. February 16 The Kronprinz WlU.elm, to equal her best record, the time of which was live days, fifteen hours and forty-five minutes, made on December 3 last, should be sighted off Fire Island be tween 4 and 5 o'clock Saturday mominr, February 22. and arrive at the Samly Hook lightship at a quarter of S o'clock. If she should airive at this time she would dock at about 10 o'clock. This time, however. Is appioximate. as tho sailing from Cherbourg Is probably given from her departute In the harbor. Records are cal culated from Cherbourg Mole. Her time of passing Cherbourg Mole probably would be half an hour later. BOERS COMING TO AMERICA. Wessels and Wolmarans Will Meet Friendly Commit tees. Paris. Feb. 1C The Temps, in an au thorized note, says that only Messrs. Wes sels and Wolmatans of the Boer delegates in Europe, have sailed for the United States, and that Mr. Fischer remains In Brussels. The note says that the journey of Wes sels and Wolmarans has no diplomatic ob ject: that it simply appeared necessary that they enter Into direct relations with the pro-Boer committees In the United States with a view to mutual understanding and organization. Itoardrr Objects. "So you object to piano playing?" "I do." answered the boarder, who wears a continuous scowl. "What Is your principal objection to It?" "The fact that it is not dangerous to the performer, like bicycling; or automobU- iug," Washington Star, Accuses State Chairman Howe of "Poliliral l.aicem" and I're diets Thai He Will Mediat ed hv Next Convention. itr.i'i'iiLii; special Chilli go. HI-. Feb 1G Sniping victories for tho Democratic party in the State and county elections will result from the con troversy over the management of the Re publican State Committee, if the predic tions of Senator William E, Mason are ver ified. In a reply mado to-day to the statement issued Suturday by Chairman Fred II. Howe of the Slate Committee, Senator Ma son accused Chairman Howe of "political larceny" and predicted that he would be ousted from hi" present position within twenty hours after the next State Con vention meets. Senator Mason was the only one nf the senatorial candidates who discussed the Howe letter and the charges contained in it. Fornn-r Comptroller Charles G. Dawes declared he did not care to descend to per sonalities, or to be engaged In a wordy con troversy. Hopkins' Prlmd ot .sutlHfled. The friends of Congressman Hopkins are i-ppareiitly not satisfied with the Howe Ut ter. Doubts are expressed as to the advis ability of the utterances made by Yates's man. The JIopkins-Yates-Loriraer people are eagerly awaiting the return of former Con gressman Ixirimer to the cit Ho is not expected to arrive befoie Tuesday, anil in the meantime th Hopkins people will do little. The Interview given out by Senator Ma son to-day was In part a reiteration of his former statements made after the publica tion of the "ruund robin" letter to Speaker Sherman. Shjn Konr Will lie Olmted. "Chairman Hone's letter." said the Sena tor, "is practically an admission of the fact that he was using his iwer as chair man of the State in an impioper manner. "The Republicans of the State are not going to stand for the political larceny of which Mr. Howe lias been guilty. Twenty four hours after the members of the new State Committee have been appointed the present chairman will be ousted." SHOT AT THE WRONG MEN. Anton Votruha and John Hetran Narrowly Escape Heing Injured. Anton Votruha of Xo. 3644 Roswell ave nue, and John Betran. of N'o. 3T28 Blow street, had narrow escapes from being shot Saturday night. Several bullets wh!7.zel past their ears, lint luckily none took ef fect. The shot were- fired by Anton Barada. 71 years old. of No. 7212 Eugene avenue, and James Chntham. 47 years old. of No. 223 Florida street. Barada and Chatham de clare they were mistaken In the men they were shooting at. They supposed Votruha and Betran were the persons who had thrown a lump of coal through a door at the home of Mr.1 SHchael Burke, nt No. 7113 Eugene avenue. When they saw the men as they turned, they detected their mistake and ceased tiring. Barada and Chatham were arrested yes terday morning and are held at the Caron delet Police Station, ponding application for warrants. Barada and Chatham wore spending the evening at Burke's house. The men were playing cards when the kitchen door was suddenly opened and a large lump of coal was thrown Into the room. It came nenr striking one of Burke's children. The three men ran out of the house. Votruba and Betran were walking In front of the house at the time. and. thinking they were the guilty ones, Barada and Chatham. It is al leged, began firing at them. The two men turned around to surrender, when Burke recognUcil them and ordered his compan ions to cease tiring. MORE THAN TWENTY HURT IN A FIGHT AT A DANCE. Two Indian who Start the Trouble Are Fatally !tllbhcil Stnlile rilled With Prisoner. Ocmulgee. I. T., Feb. 16. At a dance ear ly this morning. Wiley Johnson, a Creek, and J3IU Scott, a Choctaw, engaged In a fight and both were fatally stablxd. More than twenty other Indians and ne groes who were mixed In the fight wen more or less seriously hurt. Policeman Davis tried to uuell the dis turbance, but had to cull other citizens to his aid. Hustor Terrill, one of his assist ants, stlzed a club and tloorud ted men right and left. A livery stable, used as a temporary calaboose, was filled with pris oners. PRISONERS CANNOT BE SEEN. Jailer Huebler Takes Precaution Against Spread of Diseases. In accordance with an order issued yester day by City Jailor Huebler. no visitors will bo admitted to the jail until further notice The order was promulgated as a precaution against the spread of any contagious dis ease. John Wilson, a negro prisoner, who lias been sick for several days, was taken to the City Dispensary yesterday morning, it being feared he had smallpox. An exami nation by the physicians disclosed that no symptoms of the disease were discernible. "I Issued the order as a precaution against the spread of any disease," said Jnlltr Huebler. "Many people come to the Jai! evtry duy to visit prisoners and while there Is so much contagious sickness In the city there Is a possibility of some people being affected who do not know their condition. For this reason I deemed it advisable to exclude all visitors from Jail. There Is no thance for any disease to originate In the Jail as It is thoroughly fumigated and every thing is kept clean." GREAT FIR TREl FOR THE FAIR. It Will Be Shipped From Everett. Wash., on Two Flat Cars, s l'.EPUBUC SPECIAL. Tacom-a". Wash., Feb. 16. The largest fir tree obtainable in this State was cut last summer in Snohomish County, near Arling ton. It was intended for shipment to the Pan-American Exposition, but circum stances prevented. The tree Is nearly 18 feet In diameter and was over 2U) feet high. The Everett Chamber of Commerce has raised a fund of $.". for the removal of the giant llr from the woods to Everett, whence It can be placed aboard two flat cars next summer for shipment to the St. Eouls Ex position A twenty-foot cut will be sent fur exhibi tion ?s part of the Washington forestry exhibit A. A. G, P. Jt T. A. Meeting A special meeting of the American As sociation of General Passenger and Ticket Agents will be held at the Waldorf-Astoria In New York, to consider plans for putting Into operation the new . fraternal socfety which It was decided to organize at the last annual meeting of the association at Ashe ville. N. a OMAX BEPORTED MISSIXG The police of the Tenth District were asked yesterday to assist In locating- airs. Mollle Little. 24 years old. She left her home at No. 702 Euclid avenue, Friday noon, and notbi&s bu rlsce been seen or heard oX her, SfcsSOyp ss9i' FROM WATER BOY TO HIGH OFFICE, Record of H.uncl Hardy, Xew Cieneral Superintendent of Mis souri Pacilie Other News. Daniel Hardy, who started business life as a water boj- to a rallru.nl section gang In ISC. yesterday entered upon his duties as general superintendent of the Missouri Pacific system. Including leased, operated nnd independent lines in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado, with his headquar ters In St. Iiuis. Mr Hardy comes from Sedalla, whre he was division superin tendent of the same svsWm. The phenomenal success of Mr. Hardy has DANIEL HARDY. Geneial siiprintciKlcnt of tho Missouri Pa cific system, who assumed the office jes Urtfay. He was formerly division super intendent of the system at Sedalla. been won hv- hnrd s'rv-ice In almost every department of the railroad business. Includ ing section hand, train dispatcher and then as division superintendent. Born at Dresden. O. In IMS. Daniel 1 1 inly became a railroader wlun but 17 years old. rerving daily as water boy to a gang of section men on a provincial single-truck line. What higher iilucation he hail ho gathered from his parents at evening after the day's hard work. Soon ho began to study a text book on telegraphy, then a new science. As hu matured ho becume a. section hand, but cuntlnucd studi lug telecranhv on his own account- and rn&k!mr friends with th telegraph operator In Ills home town. At 24 he became an assistant In the telegraph office, ami soon was appointed operator. Blx years later, in lSi. vnung thinly be came train dispatcher for the Pt?nnslvanl.i Railroad Company at Pittsburg. While in this otliiy; he became acquainted with S. S. Johns, station agent at McDonald. Pa., and soon jftervvards married Miss Johns, who Is ii nleu'e of President Thomas, L. Jewe-tt of the Panhandle. few months later Mr. Hanlv accented a position as train dispatcher for the Den ver and Kio Grande Kallvvav at Pueblo. Colo. Thence he vvtnt to lis Vegas. N. M.. as train dispatcher for the Santa Fe. but returned to the East in !Ss3 to become trainmaster lor the Pittsburg and Luko Erie at Pittsburg After he sought the West. I'ntering th employ of the Missouri Pacific. In which ho has continued. He was made trainmaster at Greenleaf Kas. In 1J.S7 Mr. Hardy was transferred to De lion, Mo., as division su perintendent of the Iron Mountain and a few months later was appointed superin tendent of all the Missouri lines of that railroad. in this capacity he continued until iss:. when he was made iiuperlittentb-nt of the Missouri Pacific, witr headquarters at Se dalla. Ills promotion to the office of gen eral superintendent of the system Is well reccivnl In railroad circles. George T. HosJ. who recently resigned as Dont Hua the Stove If you do, a lit tle draft or a sharp wind will give you a cold or a cough. 1 J MMKVsilHft '. i ',' s suftT' If you have a cold now, the best advice we can give you is this : Go to your doctor and ask him to name the best medicine in the world for colds and coughs. If he says, "Ayer's Cherry Pec toral," then get a bottle at once. If he;has anything better, get that. "Ayet's Cherry Pectoral is a most wonderful remerfv fr ,-i,;i,i, wt.. ... take cold and con rh at nifrht !.-,.,. .t haven't been thUihousTfor ovei yearsl" """" " ' Mks. Sophia Kkiktcr. RmnH w v 2Sb.6tb.tlJ. fjg EY'S BLU RIBBOftl BREAD. mi FtfPfFi S2I To New York StopiMrr nt Wanlilncton 3 DAILY TRAINS. Oh.crvntiou I)lnInK Car. TICKET OFFICES. yCoiiiin(.rcui lllilg.. Cth and Olive, tinu liilon tnf lony HOURS TO oiKroiiinNr-flLrri via B. : O. S-"VST. Ticket Offices: Commercial Building, ltli and Olive, and Union Station. H general superintendent of the Montana division of the Great Northern, is supppsel to be successor to Mr. Hardy ai dlvi-don s.ipnrintendent of the Missouri Pacific nt Sedalla. Mr Stillwell. who formerly rep rvted the Mls-wurl Pacific at Sedaiia. Is also mentioned as the probable successor of Mr Hardy. 'i.om;-a.mi-iioiit ii ix. Decisions lj- Courts In I.uulsl illc and .Niishi Hie Chuck. Tho "long-and-short haul" clause of the Kentucky Constitution, which was sus tained by the I'nited States Supreme Court In a recent case agabnst the Louisville and Nashville involving the transportation of coal to Louisville, has now been declared Invalid In its application to another suit In which the same company is a party, savs" the Hallway Age. In the first case, the traffic concerned was between competitive points in the State. In the case, just decided, a tobacco producer charged that he paid 25 cents per lOo pounds to transport tobacco from Frankfort to Iouisvllle. while only 12 cents had been charged for transporting the same article fnim Nashville. Tenn., to IoulsvlIIe. fifty miles farther The Circuit Court of Simp son County, Ky., found for the complainant and against the Louisville and Nashville Hnilroad Company, but the Supreme Court overrules this decision, holding that the direct effect of the provision Is to regulate Interstate commerce in such cases as these, and that the section is invalid in its appli cation to railway traffic going beyond the State Hue. Hllilroa.l oIpm, E. S. .lewett, passenger and ticket agent of the Missouri Pacific at Kansas Citv, was In St. Louis Saturday. II I. Miller will make a trip of inspec tion over the Vandjlia's l.ogansport and Toledo line, formerly the Eel Hlter line of the Wabash, this week. D. Bowes, assistant gneral passenger and ticket agent of the Alton, returned Saturday from a week's trip over the East ern part of his territory. It. D. Yoakum, assistant general freight agent of the Alton, returned to St. Louis Saturday from a trip to New Orleans. Tne Southwestern Passenger Bureau an nounces a rate of one and one-third fare for the round trip on the certificate plan from points In Oklnhomi and Indian Territorv and Texas, account of the International Convention of the Student Volunteer Move ment fur Foreign Missions, Toronto. Feb ruary 2S to March 2. The Missouri Pacific order for roulp ment recently placed was for ? ballast and SsO furniture cars The New York Central has placed an order for 1,0 gondola cars of Nt.OCO capae Itj . G. W McCasky, district passenger agent of the Great Northern at Toronto, has leeti transferred to St. Paul. His territory has been divided between District Passenger Agents Hardest- of Montreal. Maton of BulTalo and Whlttaker of Detroit. II. F. Ball, mechanical engineer of the l.ake Shore, with headquarters at Cleve land. h.s been appoint-il mpcrlntendent of motive power, succeeding . II. Marshall, who has lieen m.uV general superintendent. C. B. Wilson, for inanv years traveling freight agent of the Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul in Illinois, has succeeded CharleAM. Turner as traveling freight agent Rr Wisconsin Mr Turner has been made commercial agent of the company, with headquarters at Milwaukee ,.... :. : ... .. . .. T J. C. AYEB en. I m k O 5P1 DaCfttlr d-W. X i A ft V- .V-V.,t'V"'.v.' ' -., ', --V-? U , I V.s' -,l' '-.? '- ., J 1 i ..?r.''-:-!J w S I UFRRTfiHARIM MfFi. PAINTINGS Ha?0LE3N and PHILIPPINES I'K'Tt Hi;.s. I Ii" ULlIt 01. m ,,. ni. In ,' f i h iinn it Admlfslin Kc, Simi iij)s, l.ic hiijrm ii Night Prlres- IT. .lat VrilsciSi. I THE Hfty ni n TIMS- (.&oJ SfJti lie. RAYS Hi UUl I EfflKi Sun Mat Nc xt o a IlnffuIoT 5 fo' eff I Ji-rV. Kifl U 25c MATIHES T3-DAY "5mR DAY AT 2. Q nnnflUfl t R?1,7, 7re)9l.f3 tbt SLure SrUtfllfiU Lr lin!TiiMt Ourrrittl, Sun Jtjt. Xe -'"Trea.nre UlBntl " l a h a sm sssa & a a & 2Bc .Mtln Iuesd3y.T!iur5doy,Sstnrdy. ;:c5ithee. nnnrjfj cr.nntl C lll tb s,a Ts-iuirroi UUKiS t!VbJIl.t- JBlJltll hun Mat X xt Hn- nf 'h- Urave't." Moiu cjv F-b . ilondgt-r i.at-n ? l;er.ect HAI wss Ei?'V"mA Sf.it s Pala Kt-r Manaeeir -J i S.t'i Vniini WILLIAM CARET'S '"iiSS: FEB. 24 Thre bip bhnw in on V o th- Cravpst.1 Or hestra .f td anl it M ialut WED. CENTURY. AtS:lo. NEIL BURGESS In Ids treat prodmMion. "The County Fair." Itcpular llstime Saturday. HAT. Only 25 and 50c Next Sunday, Feb. 23, STUART ROBSON RESERVHD SEATS THURSDAY. OLYfViPIC-atSiio. Win.sIav anil Saturday Matine. The Klaw & Erlan;er ComcJy Co. With the Oreatrst Drantaw Stars In America ,1 MHSM ieiyv, i "The Rogers Brothers in Washington." Beginning MO.da, 1 b. e rrr.i?aartf - FEB. 24th. iiUl'JSl ib'Ci WW Scats on Sale Thursday. In a Oin-Ji in four -net. .TI... ('.....ml !, lnmn.nJ " IUr .lttUllU 111 WUiMIHUU. 2 Ilj- Roixrt Hirfchall. -J THE HOKE OF FOLLY STANDARD. THE HIGH R3LLER3. EXT11A Tin-return of MilfovLrn-SullIvaii Hclit will lj rin-ciitl liys.cl.il TWO ? FR3UCS 4 DAILY. win" Miiiirti.iy muim JOLU rsltASS WIDOWS- NL Do You Have Parker's Headache Powder Never Fail. Price 10c, They ars safe and sure. mBSiiMaaa . u i i mm "Oh. The Conifsrl of It" To havo in a harmle "pocket pevder" always within reach, a Instant relief from pain, chill and FATIGUE. A tun check lor incipient 111. A Psriiiansnt Builder and CURE for HEADACHE, (all kind eretl chronic) Ncuratcla, Co I ill. "CHIP." InJlgettion, Bilious ness. Dyspepsia, Car Sicklies. ASTHMA and many common and seasonable ailments. Sach is the record of POWDERS publicly attested by the millions ho hac discovered their com fort, protection ed cure. Sold by Drticttista in 10, 25 and J0o puck ii e-. SCAIjEO hM nlll 1 rrt-piHl br the citr oH KiurtlMll:' III. T r th- tumli'iimr or public comnHrclil ar.'l rrlvaip rt- trtr IJKht for tho lt of IMkji ivl'If ml it. inh :MtQtH-. B1J l h- rlvfl en t tfore ilar It 31. JC- A. compete ir ..f iitflj :iii fiuprji1ns bld mij pnpcal" vlll t iimHI nn rMiifst by th chairman f thf Kl rJ IJuht -vmnilttP. Tlwi clij re"erf thf rlht to refect any or all bids Xiw tido ti tn- r t-ltfj. ojc for it-n-year anj i Riic.i rjtANK a. tai:cu, Chairnjan of the Qjmrolttrft. NOTICETro'cONTRACTOIlS. The Ianl c-innillmcrs of i?t.tt Hospital ftr Insane. No. 4 at Iirminrt(,,n,. Mo, invlrei sf-al-a rrp-f.Is iinMl fljck ;i. m., Mnrch 6 JWJ. fr th fu-iiit ii.J- etc. f rr the re twcti UuJMlr.L. h II.iUniT, iohintc, ulln arv and Uashlrff K(Ufpriicnt of the Dining Jliill Kltch-n anil I-tuadry bulhltnc; the con--trivtton f 3V tvz if T.rJck Tunnrl iiml lh l.iitk'lna t rtninit dd Walks rurtm ntid !uttenu 1'lonn ait siKfiilrationp art on file at th arrhN tr-ct's ofPct at TEoltn. lln.. and also at the InstU tuth.n at Barniinpton. Mi h jr HonirNsriniJi, Ar. hitwt nnd Siirvrint- ndnt i?tate JIoEpital tot Irfr N. 4. llaln Office. JLacIed PulMlnr. FOUKTII AND OLIVE STS. I3.W0 Offlo's. M.W illles role IJr.. 2',0t)0 Miles ct Wir 13 Atlantic CabIsW Including the only dirt -ible to Germany. J QUICK S&UVICK ! Telephones: UiU Alain 1SS6; Klnloch, A 1C5. oeKS, LEBKS, OLLEGTOBS Can lip aecnretl thronlt " Republic "Want"' Ada. AH drnKRlata take' t&em at once rmte. . . - - ZZ r. -X "ic. Xo Higher IAL 0 tv w 0RAri0E3NE M ii $8l- ..'ya.'SS iiich -rV-t fe ?&!"MLTA&?r&?