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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, FEBRU1CRY 22, 1902. A I I r f CANDIDATES AFRAID OF YATES'S SUPPORT Xo Illinois State Candidate T.ikoh to Be Nominated Has Yet An nounced Himself. OPPOSITION TO THE' GOVERNOR. Speaker Sherman and nis Faction in a Fair Way to Utile Con vention Clerk Mamer Mav Ret iu. F.Ll't ill.IC SP1 CIAc, S-prmgllcId, III , Feb II TH lntcnsitv ot jmrpo on the part of those IIHaols Hepub llcans vvl o do not propose to be dominated Ijv Governor Yates lias brought about a sin gular condition Tor the first time In the history or the party there Is no active, earnest, outspoken candidato for a State of-li.-e. It nnv b srld that Senator Ix-n Small or Kankakoc is In the race, but his candidacy Is not regarded is since As the represent ative or the State administration Mr. Small's chances coull not amount to a, rush, anl the leaders in the anti-administration camp do not consider it worths of serious notice. Mr. Small will accomplish all he contemplates 1)5 rurnl-lilng an excuse for no Instructions on the senatorial question. The Governor and Mr. Lonmer hue been grievously disappointed at the frigidity with which Congressman Hopkins has been re ceived throughout the State. The Governor has hul agents at every one or the Con gressman's receptions and a faithful report was given hltn of each The nimes of all who called and their manner toward the Aurora siitcsniiii were convejed to the ex ecutive eilllco in this ciu within twelve hours after the reception concluded In this wax the popularity and strength of .Mr. Hopkins was accurate! gauged and h' chances of helping the Governor and Mr. I-orlmer in their battle for control of the parts closely estimated. Mr. iilvcl's Objection. All Governor Yatos'! appointees did not ngree on the Hopkins pr. position Claronco E Snlvelj, C'.vnil Commissioner, entered .1 vigorous rrotest when it was first men tioned Mr Snivelv spoke with tmph ists. nd it is said aroused the angT of hi" chief by his denunciation of the plan to have "-m administration candidate for Senito-" It us" urgid Mr. Snlvelj, go out and ci'iral a in ijoritv of the li'-lature llrst Wo can tlo that with east and without arousing the suspicions of the other f 1 li.v.s. If we can secure control of the House and Senate the devil himself c.inaot beat us on the senatorship If we make a choice this carl it mni.s an open light, am' it is alnavs i.ndirlnhlo from en ad ministration standpoint I predi. t that the support of the administration will awakin .un' not strengthen a candidate for the 1 nited ''tat. s .-en ite lly keeping out of tin- tight, iiuietlj Inducing as m inj men to rut as possible and l.i.kiiv after the nom iritions ill the sen itorial conventions, we will certunlv be able to practjcallv nimo t'nv man we pick for the otllce " This I the substance of wlnt Mr. Snivel j-aid in the meeting at the Uxecutlve M in ii.in during the State Fair the lime Con Mcsinan Hopkins mai'e his first visit to s-iringtiild. after tin- poison was, squeezed into hi ears in Washington Governor "laics is represented to hive replied with home asperity that Mr Snivel eirapd to liece a ionr value on the Influence ot the administration. Be tint as It ma. it has Wen proven that the Influence of the ad inlnistmtien is sought 1 nobody. Ah a matter oi fct overtures of the Governor to help candidates have lit en repelled, ex tent in th- case of Senator Sm ill. and. no ("oubt. If he beh-ved that he had a ghost I a show ii v.ould quit the Kankikio Hospital Boaul ind thus divorce himself fioin latcs and co it alone. Cniuli.l.ilcs In- 'linild. The truth is. candidates for Supiemft Court cbrk for htste Treasurer and Stato fcupcrinte-ti'lent of l'libllo Instruction are timid in announcing thenisUves Most anv bodj can get encouiagemeiit from Governor ates nnl Mr l.o-imer. but it is an absolute certainty that that faction will have little to suj in th.; State Convention Speaker Sherman and his faction w 111 domin ite the eoi.vtntion from the minute Sherman takes the gavel In hand as lemporarv chairman until sine die adjournment. The Sherman-Davves-Cullom faction are not bothering themselves about the State olllces. Their llrst duty, a i declared b one of the loaders to-da. is to "smash ates and Lorimer." This crowd evinces an in tense determination to punish the Governor und his bestfriend so unmercifully tint thoy v HI not (be recognlzablo in tlie cam paign of ISiH After all tho countv conv en ttons aro huld. the Sherm in-Dawes-Cullom fllement can take account of stock in I sten ts -four hours and agree on u State ticket that will be Invincible in the convention. There has been fome gossip about former Statfl Treasurer r K Whittemorc of Hprinpfleld as tli emdidate of the Cullom arowd, but nothing definite urn be obtained from ony of the ieidero on the subject Curls Mamer of Chicago pn sent Cleik ot the Supreme Court for the Northern Dis trict, la presumed to be a candidate for Clerk of the Supreme Court for the StaU a ins Detomcs a mate oiuce tnis 5 par, me district divisions being discontinued It Is the moat remunerative office in the State, the fees being enormous Mamer has been an officeholder for the last twenty ars hasn't misfcd a da on State or Federal pay roll. He represents the most vicious phase of Chicago politics, and If he ever has lifted an ounco for his party in State or nation, the facts have been cirefully con cealed from men in tiie pirty who have ben liberal contributors of time and monej in the causo. Clerk Mnnier' "Inll " It alwajs has been a eleep mjstery to country politicians how Mamer hangs onto the good things, and whreln lies his "pull." It is a matter of congratulation that neither side appears to carp for him now, an J he mav be permitted to live in luxurj in some retired spot in Mexico or Torre del Fu-go on his enormous savings He h.ni't had the audacity as jet to announce himself .a . indidate for the office. The only prqnounced candidate for this oillce is Oliver J Pago of M irlon. ex-pedagogue, ex-preacher, ex-statesman, ind present dltdr and ph intom chaser Pige is one of tho .sanguine kind, and is some thing of a character In his wni At the time Mr. Hopltlns made his first trip In Southern Illinois, he n t Page :it some out-of-the-w v Hinge, and Page fell upon 'the Hopkins neck and v cpt for verj joy at the blessed privilege of embracing the Jln, who was to lead Governor Yites out o the wilderness Page said some tilings .at that time which '-ve been treasured In pigeon holes, and XJ will make their appearanco to assist In silting down the imm iture im Mtlon of Page at the State Convention lags Is the onlj open and avowed i.indl latc for h State office on the Kopubliean or any other ticket. Tho rrost Is t ertaln to '''P h!ra- J. I. PICKERING. .Tames M. nics ,ot u Cauilldnte. i rrvnucti'jA'iAi. t Inches ter. Ill . reb. H .;nn,cs 3r j.Ibr, of thte citj Is not a candidate for Compress WILL KEEP IT. Ilentthy HnonRli to IJnt or Drink Vv hat He 14,,. Yh.'i? ,X haJ.f an excellent constitution and think nothing easllj affects me. 1 pro pose to keep it if possible. I have olwerved for jears the great num ber of people who complain of the bad effect of coffee, and while I can drink cof fee or almost nnything I want, without trouble. It is nevertheless true that wc do not use ordinary coffee at our house, but for many months have been using Poatum rood Coffee. We find It everj- way prefer able to Imported coffee. Wo make it strictly according to direc tions, for we found out earlj- that it could ba mado to taste very flat when undcr bolled, but as we nuke It now, to us-e a slang phrase, "It hits the spot." . I drink It three times a das. I Inclose a list or friends who are regu lar users of the Postum Food Coffee. In our family we believe that good health can ba used to advantage In doing business or prosecuting professional work, and wc impose, to keep all the good health we have. If such a thing is possible, and wo tl ink onn of the most important measji-cs Is the abandonment ot colTeo and the- u"e 1 oi x-osium. i. vv. lii.an'i. ,v comiusvllle venue, East St. Louis, 111. beforo the next Democratic Congressional Convention of the Twentieth Di'tjict of Illi nois. Mr. Biggs emphatically denies that lie Is a candidate, or een thought of being one. Scott County mav have a candidate in the neld for the nomination but It will not he Mr. Rlggs. dC a. ball withdraws from congressional race. Sajs Tie llcrnmp n niulldatc Chiefly Promote iriiatorlnl AnSills of Cltnuiii Chirk. nnruni-ic srEciAi.. Iulsiiua, .Mo, 1'cb 21 David A. BiU to-daj announced his withdriwal from tho contest for the Dcmocr ittc nomination for Representative fiom Pike. In his pill lie stafment Mr IJillsjvs "Man friends have urcd me to become a candidate, assigning as the ch'ef icvwin whj I should that I eould best promote the renatorial ambition fit Champ Clark Inas much as Mr. ("lark is no longer i i indid itu for United States Senator, I i.inuot s'rve my peoiile who desired to s. e him succeed. 1 have no further concern as to who tho scuatoilil nominee will be thin tint lie should bo one who honestlv belli ves m Hie piincipUs of the K ins is e lt pla'forui ' fvl'ORTON WiLLBE ftgQMINATED. Sfiia1tiri.il Contest in Lii;litli lis liitt I'l.iftit-.ilU Settled. It I It HI P sfl I 1I. Canolltin Jlo 1". ! 21 1 lis 13htli An atoli il l)l-trut of Missouri will i, turn Join 1" Morion f It iv to the SI ite s-tnatc The district is iom,os. ,1 of Uiv. irroll l Id well md Divks luuntics Ji ind e anoll, or liiv and D ivies, colli nominate The contest ended this afternoon when the 'irroll Countj delegates from the variom township were i leeteil Of the tvviii.v-s-even prccim ts in the countv Morton Ins larried twentv three, and posslblv tvveiit' -four The Ciuiuv Coiivintion trie Is hero to-morrow and as practit illv all the dele gates ire in-trueted for Morton, th" tvven-tv-two djlcfritcs to the Sn itorial Conven tion will be instructed for him These, with the twintv-foiir from his ova countv. will uom n ite him bv a large margin Tho djs ti'it has a Democratic nujorltj of about, 1""0 SUMMER STREET GAR AS EVIDENCE. Brought to Couitliouse to Verify Point in D.unajie Suit Against TuiiMt Coiniuun. A summer street cir, belonging to the St. Ixmis Transit Compmv. wis brought to the Courthouse jesterd.iv. to be U'-ed as evidence in .1 suit for di.niges ag ilnst the companv bj liobert O li'cin. No 1.".'1A Ulliot averue, who w is injuud Auaust 2s, last Tl e car was switched n ftcnt of the Mar 1 ct street entrance of the Courthouse ind ittricted much attention. It was the in tention to have th jurj in Judge Zaeliritz's court to cMiiine the car. Th's was rot done', however, as the ittornev fo- the pliintlft waived tie point which it was in tended to verifv bv the car 0'Brin, wro is about 15 vears old. was returning home on the car on Franklin av enue v hen the accident occurred He was standing on the footboard with sevn.il oilier passergors. whci the tongue of i coal wagon, which wa lucked in it tho sidewalk between Fourteenth md Fifticnth sticets, struck him and his leg was frac tured He sued for S-it.Wi He claimed 'ie was standing near tho front of the car The companj s wltnes-ts stated he was near the tear, an J thit s0int one in front of him. Mruck at one of the horses attached to the coal wagon, ciusin the horse to pull back, tlurebj bringing the vviigou toneiio in e-onlaet with the cit Tie1 upilghts ot the lr vvnn shhtlj berate hul and Mine of the othi i pi.-sciigers were knocked off the ear The contention of the company is that the person who struck it the hoise H liable for the injurj to the In j lho litter is represented bv Attornevs Kimmel .L Hlll.iit and J Mnln Mr. Mudd. who was comluetmg th, case, ad mitted that the cu wouM slum di faee ments as Uslitbd to He held, however, that fld not relieve the companv from lla bilitv As su01i as the io!nt was settled, the e lr was sent back to the cur she,! The ease was e,iven lo the jurv with instructions to return a sealed verdict. DEPUTY CONSTABLE INJURED. Jolin KUison in Sen in"; Wiit Ko tciMJtl Sculp Wound. John K'lison and John c Boepplc, Deputj Const ibles in Justice Sp lulding's court, Ii id a livel experience ; esterd ly in ejeeting Mrs. Marj K Bovd, her ton, James Bojd, and her sister, Hmm e Miller, from Net, 17J3 Washington avenue Deputy Ulllson re ceived a slight sc ilj) v.ound, v.hich, he states was causal h Mrs. Bovd's son, who is about 1j jean old, striking him Willi a salt-cellar Mr K'lisjn states that Mrs r-ovil oc cupied rooms at the place, wnich is.ihoaid ir,c liorse conclucted Iv Doctor J O 11 it tcm, und that her slsti r was stopping with her Mrs Bojil formerly conducted toej place and refused to vacate. Doctor Hatton confessed judgment for po-sesluii of the premises in favor of the agent in ch irge of the proper. and the deputies wero sent to serve tlie execution After removing the effects i:ills((n took hold of M.-s. ISojd and took her to the door. Her s0n undertook to subdue him, when Mrs Heivd .attacked liooppli. title Kllison was trjlng lq icstore order he s-is the- boy struck him from behind Kllison then summoned a po'lc officer ard directeil him to arrest the women and Ikiv When the had been taken from the building Ulllsou told tile officers to nlea'v; them He sild he would not prosecute as all ho v anted was to get them out of the house He told them however, that If they icturned he vvoald npp' for a warrant. DEBUTANTES RIDE ASTRIDE. lV'iftuni Evolutions 15pfoi-Fricnt; :it JJidiii"; School Onte a Week. nnm'iii.ic srrri vi New Tork. Feb 21 Although the v oing woman who rides astride and discards the ide-saddle for the divided skirts has been seen now .and then in cltv park v ijs o countrj Ijnes. It has remained for a class of New York debutantes ti establish the first organized revolt aeralnst the- tradi tional fnsMon for fcminlnitv on liorscback The class of j lne w is formed i montli "go. with these members Miss W'uhlmin Miss E j: Mllnid. Miss Julia Trowbridge. MIfs E Van Itureli MI Itivnnnil. ?liss Ainolil Miss Stephens n. Miss Hvde .ml Miss Kohinson. The strictest rules against unwelcome In ttuslon have lieen enforced at the riding academy. The galleries .ire ciosfil Fridav nlghts. and onlj the relatives of the ridera or i-uch friends as have received cards are allowed to watch the evolutions Their cos tumes are designed to give great freedam of action, so that experience and nerve only are reeded to prep ire them for gneulno "rough-rider" drill work, which is on the ambitious programme. CAR BURNED IN THE STREET. l'.i.sscnjrors on Cuss Aaoiiiic T-ine Have Kxcitinjr JKsc:ipt Cass avenues car No 7.S, In charge of Con dLctor W". W. Addlcmaji .and Motorm.an G. G. Graves, ran Into a live trolle wire which had fallea across the tracks on St. Louis avenue, between Magnolia Terrace and Cora avenue, lost night at 9 o'clock-, and the erar took fire from the electric sparks, burning to the ground. rive or six passengers, two) of whom were women. Were in tho car, and they had a hurried escape, but nope of the occupant was injured A tire alarm was turned In. hilt the flames made quick rork of the coach, and it ivas soon in ashes, having 1 cen co-sumed beforo the firemen citild lav a line of hose It wx more than an hour before tho wreck of the fire could be removed and the line opened again for traffic. CHAIRMAN AKINS NOT A CANDIDATE. In Direct Answer to Chai';e. II" Disclaims All Senatoiial Ambitious. POLITICIANS DISCUSS KERENS. Trouble in Coiifjiv-snian Jin's Committee Wittlioeft a .C.iu didate Against Committee man W.ilkenlieit. Ki public in Mite Chaltnnn Thorn is J. Akins will not be a e itidn.ito for the sen l liiri.il no.nliiatien 'Hie persitcne with which bis frie ids hive nn mionul him for the liiti.t li is driven him to a drill il of tha e unlidicv. At the "lie tlni". he distinctly savs tint he is not a e indidate for an Fed. ral position or a place mi the Mate ticket 1! doing so he ins put the muter siiimkIj up to Nation il ommitteeinan Ker ens Diriii the 1 i-t free weeks the younger (I. incut of liijiu'iln ins his eriticiid both Aklns and Kerens for having sen itorial as pirations. In the 1 ist numbci of the St ite Id public in, published bv E C. llrokmejer, is an editorial ealliiv Tor tho two men to elec'ure tlicinselves Th" contlnu nice of their cand'il leies. accordir to the State Ite public.in. c in mem nothing else th in a con tinuance1 or factionalism. To. quote. ".Mr. Kt reus his neithi r right nor warrant to Inji-et such a controvers .13 this into 1 Stato campaign, at a time- when the partv is resisting conditions of govern ment beside winch the question of who shall be United M ttes Senator sinks into Insignifi cance We cntcrt iiii no doubt that If Mr. Aklrs vvrie .1 candidate, for the I'nitcel si ites fee n ite he would resign is chairman of the State Committee Honor anil prece dent, the customs and usages of pirt.es. woald thin mil this hut sineo it is now elc lr thu this 1 letional warfire is to b forced upon the partv. thcie Is but one way in which Messrs Kerens ard Akins can escape rcsnslbilitj for it if both of them allovv it to continue Mr. Akins is not n sponsible for precipitating it, but ho will be tartly lcsptinsibi' for its continuance if he does not eilscliini that pirt of the responsibility which is attributed to him" li.llntinn ILius Is Specific Mr K rens is out of the 1 ity and will not return until the llrst of next week Mr. Akins wl ell spen at the hi.n'quarters of the Republic in Mate Committee was rot in clined to ell' cuss the question, but finally d iim d his position When .iskc.l what he ind to ansv ei to the charge tint he was using his power Js chairm 111 of the commit tee t 1 I irthcr his ambitions for the caucus ne mln itinn for t'lilieel States Senator, he siid ' It is useless for me to in ike anv ele ni il of this storv from the fact thu 1 am net a cine Mite for the I nited States Sen ate ami a.n not md have not been a can didal for anv Federal position or for any losiiion 011 the.Stite ticket Mv onl am bition is to build up mv r-'rtv In the Mate and ill mv energies v.ill be given to this v ork If I c m neourage the nomination of hon est, capable mi 11 on both the St ite and c.mntv ti. kits and bv so doinr assist in giving Missouri a better State government I will b amplv rep ild for my time and la bor If 1 weie 1 candidate for Fnltcd Slates sn-tor I should not hesitate to s.av so, and eertiinlv would not use in present 7sl ' nil the dctrini nt of an other candi d ite " 111 view of tills general and specific denl il of p. 'son il ambitons foi o.hce Republican 1 olitieians will anticipate .1 definition of po--ition from Mr Kerens AH lis, -n ,l paper which veils scattered Iroadcast among the visiters to tlie Republic in b inqret in K 111 sas Citv w is accused of using his position foi personal aggrancizein-'nt. The State Re pubiican. tlie nlvonte of the "new deal," has m ide a lmll ir charge ng ilnst Mr. Ker ens IJy thus coming out into the open, Mr. Aklns his plived a ue it trick on the Na tional Committeeman If factionalism Is to coatinu Chairman Akins disclaims any i"v sponstbihtv. TioTilile In the I'lcve'iifh. J 11 W'.ilkenhorst chairm in of the Elev enth Congression il District Committee, v ill not have smooth sailing in Ids e ftorts to re t tin his job as Collector of the Fori As chairm in of Congie-sum'i Joy's eommitee it lias Ins a supposed that tliere would be no opposition lo hi- eindldac Chiries II Wittlioeft member of the Re publican Citv Centnl Committee from the Secure! Wild has head d the revolt against Jo. He i- after the Walkenhorst job .ind lias succc-eded in celling the indorsement of five out of tile eight members of the Con grcssi.juai Committee who live in tlie nw district The forces which wolk vith Kerens are said to bo behind the candldac of Witt lioeft He is one of the hardest inrtv work e s in tiie central organlzatl in He has been a member of the Citv Comni'ttcu twelve vears. Just what effect his candldac will have on the apparently serene enjoyment of Congressman Joy remains to be seen. You'll regret it if ou fail to advertise for a servant In The Sundnj Republic. All druggists take ads for Tho Republic. KENTUCKY Y. M. C. A. MEETING. X.ival Coiistiuctor Hobson Will l.ectuie and Attend Banquet. RCPJTI.IC SPI CIAU l'aiiuc ill, K . Feb 21 rully 100 delegates .tie in attendance at the St ite Y. M. C. A. Convention, which convened list night. The Hopkinsville Cadet , st .strong, of the South Kentucky College, arrived this after noon and will drill in tho association m n isium to-morrow niht Nival Constructor Richmond P. Hobson will not arrive until S 41 to-morrow after noon He lectures to-morrow night at the IJroadwav Methodist Church, after which he will be L.irqucted bj the Kentucky Club. It Is learned th it J. C. Welling, first vice president of the Illinois Central Itiilroad, who was to have delivered an ad.iresc cinnot bo in attendance. A Innquet was given the delegates and local business men in the First Christian Church this evening, and nearlv- 500 persons were in attendance. The election of o!Hcer3 this morning resulted as follows Presi dent, F. C. Nunemachcr: vice presidents, J. Whit Potter. Rowling Green, and 1! H. Scott. Paducali: secretar, P. C Dix, Hen derson; isslstniit secretaries. D B Cart wright. Y.iwlerullt Training School, and F . ,L-nV" Greenville; press secretaries. John --,Kr,-,.-lsJ.1IIc; S H. Jone-, Louisville, and W. N Ew.alt. Covington All of the topics discu-scd to-dav. and thev were numerous were Interesting and th. sessions v.eie heavilv attended. A larg" number of railroad men were present at the rtilroail session to-night, conducteel bv A. M -Siuiier of Illinois representative of th" l.illread department In Kentucky. HEAVY SALE OF BROOM CORN. Two Hunched Tons Uought for Shipment to Indiana. ItBIftlljO Sl'IXI VL Charleston, HI. 1'cb. 2i.All0thcr Hrg0 broom-corn deal was consummated here to di when 11. D. riood, representing the ?,wli'tIllrn P!" Company of Evansville, itL. ' P,urchasc,, ton'i or brush from the union liropm Supply Companv. The brush will be shipped from the local warehouses anl twenty cars will bo used in the ship ment. Tlie pri"e of brush in thls-a.icinity nerages from J100 to $123 per ton. and as the torn bought to-da was of the best cmalltv the amount of the deal will foot up nearly UVW. Outside of the1 deal made to-day matters '"the broom-corn Industry are very quiet. Jhefiis Very little elemand for brush, and the amount in thp hands or f irmers Is con sideied ton insignificant to be taken Into consideration The proposed combine started eMrly last week Ins fallen through. By the combine the brokers of the Central Illinois section ? the broom-corn belt were going to buy 109 tons each ot brush, which would be the same as cornering the supply. This corn was to be held until the first or April and then dumped onto the m inuracturers. Manjj of the brokers rerused to enter the scheme, as they did not want to get J10.000 tied up In brush with the uncertainty or realizing a profit. Tlie sudden rise in bruh from tlCtt and ?110 to ?I3) and S130 completely Killed the movement. Local brokers look for an exceptionally large crop to bo planted this spring. 11s the price of eorn has held up wonderfully well this 3 ear. WILLIAM J, STONE DISCDSSES POLITICS. Ss.iic Withdrawal of Champ Gl.uk Has To Effect on Camass for Senatorhhip. SCORES ALLIED THIRD PARTY. Decl.u"s That ,T. II. Cook Is but a Figmehead ami the Oi";ani.i- tion N Controlled bv Another. Former Governor Willi 1111 J ctnn and candid ite for United Mates Senator fiom Mlssomi returned Hum Kalis is l itv ves teidiy and reiterated tho statements he .1 ade to The Republic .it Jeffeis.m Cit that the withdraw il of Lhitnp Clark fiom tlo sin itorial nee v otild hive 110 effect 011 his 1 anv ass whatsoever. Governor Stone admitted th it was sur prised to I- nil 01 Repierentatite I 1 ill- s acticn. When asl.nl ,vl at effect the with drawal would Into op t'l" chance of th ether candidates foi election, William II. W ill ice and Congress 11 in He Armond, lis relcscd to give .111 pirion. "I can oidv h.av, ho nil in discussing tlie question, ' t'nt 11 v ould not change mv plins in the Wast If all the c indldates would leive the held, I w'd continue 111 e .mass in the sani3 manrer, making Dem ocratic spe'ch"j 1111.111111110 the people, what devilment the JCepab'lcans aro up to. "The Republic n, have clnllcngcd us to tattle 011 State que.fons and we are glad to meet them on that field. Ihey will evidently m ike It a campaign or villiflea tion and mendacil, in .luu efforts to suc ceed The attack tho tiesent admini-itr 1 tion charging mat adm 1 Ittration and stc 11 Ing elections, all of which, of course, is not on! untrue, but absure! It is not dif ficult to refute these charges and in my speeches it gives me pleasure to paint two pieunes. one of the Stato under Republican coUrol and the othei under the Democratic rule vvli'ch m ikes further argument almost needless for Demccrac. ' I Intend to make ni best light for Dem ocrat whether I go to the Senate or st.iv at home. I have no regular campaign icuto mapped out, but go when I have the time, 'lho aoplctiun for speeches is so cicat it would to iniLosIblu for me to at tend thLni ail. as much as I would like tu irmplv with their wishes. I hid to refuse! the Demoei Uic Club at Sallshur, Mo, to da for .1 spce-c'i at a Washington Illrthd ly iclcbratlon, thev will hold there to-mor-iow." When asked hLs opinion of the Allied Third Partv, who held their convention at I.emp's Hall in St. Louis Thursda night, the Governor smiled, and sold: "Who do vou mean." Cook and his co adjutors? Win J. II. Cook's part is en gaged In tKe laudable enterprise- of tring to elect Richard Kerens to the Senate, but p.utlcularly to defeat ma The are working under the direction or .1 famoi's character, who poses as a Demo ci.it. and tries to run ail the political par ties of the St-te. ' Ho is under engagement now- to aid, in his own peculiar naj, the election of Mr. Kerens Cook is one of hU lieutenants Mr. Cook, the inainger, and his co-.adjutors Imvo two objects to accomplish, one is to Ft t 111 scalp, and the other to elect Mr. Ker. ns. To defeat me would be a half victory for them, no matter bj whom I might bo 1 eaten, but to elect .Mi. Kerens would make tho victory complete "A gentleman from the co.intrv. an edi tor, called on me to-da. and told me that several men from his town had been in duced to come to Cook's so ince. bv hav lug railroad transportation furnished them anl with the iromisc that their hotel bills would be piid He told mo he intended to write it up when he returned home, and I hope he will I'e rion.ill , I expect to havo something to sa of these matters nt tho hlght time." II.I.IMHS SI I'ltliVli; COLKT. I'.iirL'Ul.Ii'M'J CIAU i-prlngnelct. 111 , ret. 21 -The Illinois Su preme Court, to-di handed down li". opin ions Most (( ,i,e Iiumb. r uro In the North ern Division ,,nd eoine- from Chicago lho list of cises 111 which opinlots, were filed is as follows. , N'r'"erii Ilitislon. Vfllrniisl-l.lfcln Hdr.eullc Comi urn v fitc of !t?' C,rnl"K if 1'ecK " 'el . "ells ,f Northern Trust Companj, l'aiiiw-n 1. peeile. Morrl.ii vs Caluui't .in i Chiciiso Vl.lrloh v Met oiMUtaii W.HfcUe Llc-vate.i. James X3 j. llnois Ceraral Icallroaa. Anicreii ! Cnl.asi ?nr.1ViJ" 11 Jl'-Ks linl. AHielforl 1. Willis. Illinois steel Ccmijonj f Ostrue ski, Knicker bocker v- IHieo. Manual and NatlsBaf burcty 1 i.itir-anj vi- Mcjer. (tile 1K anl VVstcni In e.lina Itallruad v Iluan. Uuvis vs. Ciilcasi) L 1 j;on Cimnnj. c 11 . ft Ii vs 1'cllocli. u0,1rtt , .' '' McWllllims e-t al . M,ero.hi vs lllinnls Trust and SivIiik Hank, c rntral Vlu tuaf IJf.. Inuranre e'e upanv vs .vndrse,n. Sut urlan Itallruad Companj v rialkTCill, Mad ileroin 1 t al vs Chicago. Ilartlcv vs Chicago and Alton Itailrood. Uivls Ittp'ev . llcnnctt vh RIIIiFrt. VkeMte.lt c Chicago Cftj; IS11II waj. uiihiinl.cn r ltnterts et al . Ilaitlett vs Wheeler. JIoMrnlr vt ejc.l.l.s. I'lillllis s, Town of ls;nle MuunJ. Dean vs Plane, lleobe vs Smith. Lit of Juliet et al vs Alexander, lar rtnt,ton vs ivorle. Central Iliitmj e'ompinc v. Bennt-ttr. Keelej Hreulng Ce.1111 anc ,en Inner Deeontlrg Comianj et ni , llilcak" and I astern Itiilroad vs Filler, Vtalirj is e.auihno, Kfllh vs e.of.'smith. l-Moaeii sn.1 orthne-lern Itiilroad vs Mcrrison, C'hlcaju vs Ilaker, Itult v-i Hatlni;s L-Apres eiimpanj . B teli s Hist inj,B Kxpresa e oinp-inj , flush vs I,jnne. CUi raico and Northvcetern Itallro-id v. I eoide ex rel J Weltc vs Weltj; Pcheej p Olade. t'alil met and clilcigo Oinul en I bock Conumj vs. Merawetz. Mjellervs Northvce.tem tnlversllj, I'lcero and Proviso Mrcet it.itficnc vs Roltln-. shirk vs eltj of chicane. Link Helt Ma. hinerj c.imi inj vs Hughe-, M e heemev vs People, Tliemp-Mtn vs e'ity of Chicago, llntsch v I e ple, KfelioL.on vs Molonej , IvmcM vs Mefiow ell. fringe Ifejer, McDonal 1 vs Uend Treat v. Pnople: (.rav vs Peojl. efloi vs ratttrscn, Cimptielf cp Wilson; llenke vs Ounzenhauuer. II Ilritn vs Goodinp et al , O llfn-s s People, Kfidep s Douglas. J imlson v. Jurgen. Illi nois Steel Compinj vs lUnsnn Ilev ersed 1 nlted Stnteie Express Companv v s Peorle; Clikaso f-ash. Door and Ullnd Manufac turing Ceuninj, Pahs et al vs e'ltj e; Chi cane, llarri&on vs J'eojjle iCi.rmania Caiden cae) Iteversed and It. minded Nutriment Companj vs George Oreen I.uml er Companj. eaitciKO v Wtll-on et al , inxler v. summerliell, Amerlein l.xchinge National It ink or c'ldcago v Thcumni ler, l'etiple vs 3ordon; Tljee vs. DIttus. Jame-e Wliite Memorial Homo vs Prle. efise vs c Ity of Chlcann. Converse ck Calumet fttver II ilt waj . Mann vs learned: Wefister vs Yorty. Scott vs liasett. Alcllann vs lVople McGenn V Peopl" and Iverfoot vs citj of chicaso Decree of circuit Court Modified and Affirmed Knnla vs Wolfe Affirmed in Part anl Iteversed In Part Kciford vs Itacon In the matter of the appeal of Dav'd C Cook the order of the Hoard of Itevfew Is at proved Crntrnl lliiision. Monson vs Hutc-hfn et al . atllrmed. Taii.lv vs Iacen. nfftrmel Afosher et at vs lunke. afllnnet, 1 c. R. ft Co vs Turner, aftirmet. c & A It It Co vs IUtnn. n IminHtr etrlT. af firmed. Jde et al vs lT-urner. administratrix, if lirmed; KiUevville Coil companv vs Ptrajt's. aflirmed. B A O S -W. It It Co Peep'". ex rl , revcrse.1 and remanded. Bishop et al . People, reversed aa 1 remanded, winlmlller vs. Leach, reversed and remanded, Illeer vs s-t . ter, reversed and remanded: Countj of Ieitt s city of Clinton. reveree.I, Vr.nce et n. v. Itanklii et al , reer"sl, lit- of Charleston v. Wiley et al , reversed Rotnr.ls vs W it ah llallroad Company, writ dlmlscd: C. C. i St X,. It. It. Co vs McCralh. writ dismissed. Walker et al i' Walker et al - affirmed. sonlhcrn Dlvlxlon. Afllroicd-Cox s Commissioners of Hfshwajs; Fmlth ct al. vs Pattun, trustee, Krnn ct al vs ICron; Nov, Tork Life Insurance Companj vs People ex rel , fc-cwartz vs. Surrcme Court of Honor. Reversed and KemandeoV lscp vs Henderson Stewart: Wombacher et fnl vs Barthelme et al ; Commlsioaers of Hlghnaj-s vs. Burney et al , and cmir-tcn v Moore Iteversed Booker vs Wolf et al Iteversed In Tart Affirmed In Part MIcket -t M. vs Barton et al , dismissed; Roodhouse vs Brigcs Prominent Vlnltorm In Hot Springs. RBPUEUC SPECIAU Hot Springs, Ark., Feb. 21. The following well-knovn St. 'Loulsans registered at Mer mod & .laccard's Hot Springs branch: Mr. AV. H. AMeder, Mrs. K. Home, also Mrs. II. r. Hammett. HI Paso, Tex.; Mr. John Moore, Kansas City, Mo ; Colonel and Mrs. C. B. Wins, Ciscinnati. O : Miss Graco M. Reed. Waco. Tex.; Mr. Hugh T. Mor gan. Syracuse, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Kennedy, Madison, S. D. Trust Co. Orjranlxcd at Little Hock. REPUBLIC SPECIAU Little Rock. Ark., Feb. 2L Secretary of State Crockett to-day granted a charter to the Mercantile Trust Company or Little Rock: capital. $250 009. Officers and directors II. L. Itemmel, president; W. M Kava naugu. vice president: W. P. Fiotd. secre tnrv: Charles I. Prenzel, treasurer: Georgo SIcLcan. A. Brizzolam. A. II McDonald, J. F. irolden, W. S. .Mitchell, Felward Meek, I". C. llooley, A. A. Meachln, ilas Heimun, J. n. Osborn. HQNQB MEMORY OF Annuel s.iry Is (VU'hr.itcd lv tlie PiipiNof All the Tulilic Schools. OBSERVANCE AT POST OFFICE. C.iiiii'is Will .Make TIiipl- .Moiii- in;.' Dclncik's in the IJjJsini'ss UKliit't anil One Ui iesi- tleisceb. St Louis sc ii, il children in all of the public sehouls ct the citv ccMirated the aituivi rs.irv of the birtli of G-orKe W.ish lnston vesterdav Thev were c.1 ul to thus, leverence the m morv of the Hist Piesld'nt, whu, it is said, 'nevir toll a lie," but "were not over Joje.1 bv the fi(t tint tho celebrated man's blrthd iv (onn ' tins cai on a Saturda. 'Ihe i;et no i.l.litionii Iiolldav. Thib 1111 fortuu ite i.ccurren.r hoe ever, did not mir th. . nthu-d cm ,jf the memorial eereic, ind man a joulhliil pupil was stirred by sinaiiic; the national anthems, and b ilec limatNus to fieluic- a deep ambition to emulate tho example of the wonderful C. urge, who cut down the cherry tree anl ct confessed hii transgression Klaborate uorainm. s v 1 re rendered at the llodicr IJum is. f-herman. Merimec, Li cbde and hluelds schools Little, bos and little girls spoke "pieces." Digger bovs orated tlpon p itriotte subjects, and bUger Klrls read es-.i3 which at once ctolied tlie Father of his Countr, and the first lidy or the land, Marth i Washington The principals, In nearl ever case, made brief addresses, and songs were sung in slo. duet, quartet, and In chorus None or the national hmns was forgotten, and the strains of "Americ i" and tlie "Star-Sp n Sled 1J inner' cchor.d througn the corridors of all the Iargi' scnool buildings. A. far as possible .1 holid.i schedule will bi in effect to-d 1 in the local post office. At downtown stations the first three mall deliveries will lo made as usual From out lin stations on! tlie first morning deliv er v ill be m.idi The main ofllco and all stations will remain open the entire div. This scheihile will give more thin a lialf hollda to almost all of the mall carriers and to man of the emplOes of the olllces. PATRIOTIC JrJTERTAINiyiENT. Junior Bible Class, Will Observe Fiis.t ri'i'MiIcnt's Uirtliday. The Junior Bible class or the Tirst Chrls tf 111 Church will give Its annual Washing ton's Blrthd ly patriotic entertainment at tlie First Chrlstl in Church to-morrow even irg The. Junior Bib e- class under the t. idling of W. II. McCI.iiii. has grown to be eiMe of the largest Bible classes, in the State and now lias an enrollment of more 11 an IV .nembe rs The cl es gives four entertainments dur ing the vear Thanksgiving Da, New year's Da., Washington's Birthdav and a mus'cal and literal- entertainment in the earl spring Ihe music and pielimlnar exercises will bo furmsned bv the members of the class, and the annual address. subjVct, "Washing ton and His Times," will be delivered by tho pastor of the church, the Ueverend John L Brandt The progrrmme Is as follows: Organ vcluntar; livmn, bv the congrega tion, s0ng. "Soldiers' Chorus." from Faust, Chorus Club of tiie Junior Bible Class, in troductorv address, liv W II McClain; solo. Miss Ashb . solo and chorus, "BattleIImn of the Republic, ' b Mr. Don Sumievrs and Chorus Club; organ selection, -b Mis'Ad elie T.ndv . "America." bv congregation; illustrated ster-optlcon lecture. Washing ton and His Times" bv the Reverend John I.. Brandt, solo "The Star-Sp inglerl B in ter." Iv Miss Artie Hjatt. Illustrated by stereopticon. "ALTON FOR CHRIST," MOTTO OF MINISTER. Factories; and Woikshops Are Vis ited by Eviinelibt IIeiidiick; in Turner Town. "Alton for Christ" is the motto which has been adopted by the Reverend L JZ. Hendricks, the evangelist ff Fnion City, Tenu . and tho congregation or the Twelfth Street Cumberland Piesbterian Church at Alton, at tho special evangelical services now being held at that church The re- run ".E'-izPir t jl .lENDBlCIC?, Of I'ninn Citv Tenn , who Is conducting a revivil meeting at the Twelfth Street Cumberland 1'resb terlan Church, at Al ton. vival began Monday evening, and alrcady lirgo numbers ere manllesting interest at the sei vices, which .ire held both morn ing and evening During the noon hour esterday the Uev erend Mr. Hendricks visited the Beall Bros.' foundry and gave an evangelistic talk to tho workmen. I'jch diy one or mere nt the factories of tho clt will be thus vis ited by the evangelist and the numbers of the congregation in the efforts of real izing their motto, "Alton for Christ." At tho morning services csterdiy the Ilevercnil Mr. Hendricks spoke on "Scenes at Bethanv." and last evening he deliv ered .111 address on "The Cleansing Blood " The Reverend MrrHenelricks"ls the pastor of the Cumberland 1'rcsb terlan Church at Union Citv. Tenn . and the State president of the Young People's Socletv or Christian Undeavor. lie i also the editor or "Sun shine," the offlc lal organ of. tlie Ti nnesseo Christian H'ub.nor Soelet. The Reverend Mr. Hendricks's father was former! pastor of the Twelfth Street Cum berland I'resbc t ri in Church at Alton, go ing from this church to Salem HI. where he was pastor of tho First C. I". Church. The Reverend -Mr. Hendricks, in addi tion to his pastoral work, engages exten sively in evangelistic efforts. Two ears ago he was selected as the State evangelist for Illinois of the Cunherland I'reshv terlan Church, but was unable at that time to dissolv e his pastoral relations. Killed Ills Ilrother-ln-I.nvT. r.EI'UBLIC faPECr.U.. Henderson, K Feb. 2b Henry TaIor shot and Instantly killed his 11- car-old brother-T-law, Lmmelt Dixon, over .1 lunch or chec-so and crackers here to-da. He claims the shooting was accidental Taj lor was arrested and la In Jail. I 1. - - . ! Ill 1 ia "-iir M ti9 it rfcTifliM Vji,'fM am wailing to recommend it to all for instantaneous relief of heavv bronchial coughs." Mrs. C. Simov, New York City. Z5c,53c,SI08. Alldrcn'stj. J. C. AYER CO., Lowell, Mm. EFFORT TO SOLVE BROOKS MYSTERY Leelopinenfs Indicate It Will ?e DilTicult to Pioe au Alibi. NEW EVIDENCE IN THE CASE. Mist ?urns"s jfovempnts Ti-aced From IJrooks's Ollice to Hotel and From There to Her Home. rhpubmc sfecimv New- York. I'eb. II To-da 's develop ments In the District Atornej's investiga tion of the death of Walter S. Brooks in the (lien Island Hotel a week ago indicate that It will be ettremelv difficult for Flor ence Burns to prove the alibi that her coun sel has been so confident ho could establish. Miss Burns's movements have been traced from the office of Brooks to a point where ho and the joung woman were Quarreling in the street; from there to tho hotel, and from the hotel to her home. In that In terval she was seen four times, and each time in a different place, according to tho statements now in the possession of tho District Attorney. A portion ofthe mass of matter now in hand is brand new, having- been developed only to-day. Minn Bnrn' Movement. As the circumstances have been brought out In the District Attorney's office. Miss Bums left the office of Brooks In his com pany between 7 and 7.30 o'clock. At S o'clock tho couple were seen quarreling at the cor ner of Barclay and Greenwich streets. At J o'clock they entered the Glen Island Hotel, and at 11.13 the oung woman boarded a train at the Kevv York end of the Brooklyn bridge. Miss Burns has stated that she left Brooks In his ofllco at about 6-20 o'clock on Krlda evening, went directly to the bridge, where she took a. train for home and arrived there about 7 o'clock. This account of the young woman's movements on the night In question was not made officially by tho District Attorney to-day, as he would not discuss any ot tho details or the ease. All that could be learned there was that the case against her was "much stronger." Arthur Weible. a conductor in charge ot the train which left the brldgo at 11 13 sas ho saw the joung woman on his train on I'rielay night and that she reached her home, which is a stone's throw from the railroad stntlon, shortly before 12 o'clock. Wclblc. with two other conductors, em ploed on the same line, were examined by District Attorney Schurman to-day. The preliminary hearing vIU go on beforo Justice Jtayer to morrow, despite the fart that itis Washington's blrthelav. Mr. Schurmtn to-day forwarded several of tho depositions or witnesses to Mr. Backu, who is counsel ror Miss Burns. Case Against Hie Woman. Summed up brief! the caso against Flor ence Burns stands as follows: She threutened to kill him. ir he did not marry her, according to tlie bo's mother. Sho was at Ills office Friday afternoon when he returned from Newark, and Brooks toll his partner he was going- out with her for the last time. Brooks wrote to Iluth Dunn tint he was going out with Florence and would "break" with her. They were seen standing on a corner near the Glen Island Hotel, according to tho new witness, at S o'clock. The bellboy, George Washington, identified Florence Burns as the girl who entered the hotel with Brooks an hour later. Arthur Velble. conductor on the Brigh ton Beach division of the King's County "L,," sa9 Florence Burns was n passenger on his train leaving the bridse at 11.13 o'clock Filday night. ST. L0UI? COUNTY PARAGRAPHS. K. AVaKner of Qalnv?. III.. Ttrote to Cunb Clerk Helmerlng yesteda. ask ing it a marriage license had been Issued between the ears 19S and 1W1 to Kdward C. Bell and Winnie V. .Edwards, and, saiil thit the Information would be important to him There is no record of the license hi Clajtoii. Mnrrlast llfienMC-n -iroro Issued In M. Louis -vestcrda to John W. I'addock of No. "0s Locust street and Blanche K, Don nely ot No 1313 Laclede avenue, and to William Morisehe of Sutter and Janet Ut ley of St. I.OUIS. The latter couple went to Belleville first, hut were refused on ac count of their outhful appearance. They wero married by Justice J. Will Barron. In Justice Greensfelder's office. Mrs. mrlla Klein. Trifr ot John Klein. died at her home near Cl.ijton yester day morning and will be burled to-morrow. Mrs. Klein was a Miss Schlrmcr. and was married about a ear ago. alie was 21 eara old. Dns,itt ltnukeii vrnn rnterln' Ap pointed trustee of the Thomas Rnnken es tate in St. I.ouis County, to succeed Thomas Ranken, Jr., who died recent!. t tltr annual rlei'tinn of the siip pington Advance League. Grant Clajbauch was electeel president, George J. C- Wol-j-chlaeger vice president. Doctor F. 1'. Sai plngton secretary. J. L. Garber assistant secretar' and Henrv P. Aft treasarer. ACTION OF; MINE WORKERS. Xuraerous Changes in Constitution and Resolutions Adopted. r.LTCBLlC SPECI L. Peoria, III. Feb. 21. To-da s session ot the United Mine Workers was not marked by any special Incident. Tlie chief business or the day was the consideration or changes to thu constitution. One of the changes Rl Your cough tells of dan I fflr a lirrl danger if in the throat;' great danger if down deep in the chest. Re member, all coughs are dangerous. .Prompt action saves life. Your family phy sician will tell you there is but one household remedy for colds and coughs Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. 1 "I have csctl jour most valued couch svmn and cannot sneak its ...nte,.,- K...C.1.. .... U T HMHnimHHHBBSBMIBB suggested and reported favorably on byl Constitution Committee was a proposl to abolish the fee of sit", which nas charged In inexperienced men iolnincl l.nlon This occasioned .1 long and hefl ileluti. and was tinailv ameniieu. cun it down tu $.7. .and then to J23. and flnl atolishI"c It altcther. A resolution was passed prohibiting" I f rators irom selling co.11 to rancems wi seal, 1 ibor was emnloveil or whore the I plnes are on 1 strike. A resolution calB for the depositing of tne union monei illtlerent names m tne state ouisiuq Snrlngfleld was defeated. A resolution Introduced, providing for .an increastB the salaries or the St ite officers, but ' defeated, the office's themselves declal thev wero satisfied with the rcmunral which they ore receiving. The nuestion of the wages to be bov s betw een the ages or 14 and 17 ear age was settled by allowing them regfl wages, ana mat tney oe aiioweei a turn, the same as the men. The Initial fee ror nottom workers wno nave 1 served two ears on top was increa from W to fZ. HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS REB Locked Out Because They PerJ in Wearing Class Colors. Mansfield. O . Feb. Zl One hundred thirty High School pupils here, in rebel against the orders of the Board of Ed J tlon forbidding the -wearing of class coa were locked out from school to-day. I Ware colors in onen defiance. I A few who did not wear colors were! Tnitie.i tr their rlassps. A wholesale exi slon is anticipated. The doors and wind of the High scnooi ouiinimj were am with black paint last mgnt. ONE OUTLAW DEAD; OFFICER WOUND! Battle Between Sheriff's PoJ and Desperadoes in Indian Territory Swofford Killed. Guthrie, Ok., Feb. 31. A fight occurred! day between Oklahoma officers and the ba c.r outlaws that killed Sheriffs mltn Beck at Anadarko a month ago. As a J suit one ot the outlaws. Walter SwoffJ Is dead, and Deputy Sheriff W. A..J0I ot Ashcr. Ok., Is seriously -wounded. The snow enabled a posse under SM Mllner of Shawnee, Ok., to trail tho laws to an Isolated house south ot We-wcl I. T. As the posse approached th outlal three in number, came from the house 1 opened Are on the officers. The Are was returned, and for sevq minutes the battle waged. Deputy She! Jones was shot by Swafford. who opened Are. When Jonea fell the offlci turned their attention to Swofford, and I was plced by several bullets and kill instantly. Alter tne oatue nan contina several minutes longer the other two 1 laws. Sara Casey and Bill Watson, surrfl dered. . . Watson !s said to be a fugitive frf Kentuckv on a muraer cnargc. unersi J9,iju of rewards tor the capture of the thl men were outstanding. TELEGRAPH NEWS BRIEFLY T0LI NEW TORK The transport McClellj which saus ior -iamio. cu o.ci.u.w, -n carry IS) men and eighty women teaend Who go OUC to esiiiueiau ceuuvia i Philippines. COLtniBUS. O The United Cigar Col pan, a Xew York corporation, was cn terea to ao uu3iiie. tu vie.u j , v.JS.3 tary of state, its capuai sioc-iv is n,msi woostkr. O Subscriptions have received In excess of tho amount necesM to secure tlie J100.UOO elonated by Andrl Carnegie for the rcDuumng 01 tne nt cester University, recently ucsueijcu ujr 1 The trustees will have 330 000 at their 1 posal. DES MOINES. L Matt Hunter recerd a life sentence at .viount Ajr mr mo rier of Homer Hoilanel. November . land was a noted college athlete. st.vsr Francisco News has Been: celved of tho murder or Rudolph Hamtj an American citizen, nt I'on un. 011 Tuiina nt Pnnnnl. in the Caroline group. h .ri orient the evening oi January 10 board tho brig Jphn D Spreckeht, WH was to sail the next dfty, and went ashd late at night Soon attcr he was foul dlng. cTnrvunr.vt KWRn-RN Aecordlmr the Tidnlngcn. the Union Steel Corporate has purchased nearly all the shares or tl Gelllvare Ore Company" at the nomla price of 6,'"),V" kronen. CIUCAGO lames Murphy, a stockrai living at Parnell. la. was found eleadl bed here. It is believed that he blewj the ga bv mistake. Murphy came to CI cage) witn a c.inoau ot came. WINNIPEG. MANITOBA-Sir Charl Tupper and Lady Tupper have received I Invitation to attend King Kd ward's coroM tion. Th.ey will be accompanied by Ml Tupper. The Acadewie de Medecinef of France Has Placed At the Head of All :. fe the Waters Examine for Purity and Freed from Disease Germ" Apdllinarm f rj .-s-rtr. jfc- -TJZZiifX-f? i-efc. -s y-e--a f.. -ijsx rt 's ,f jjj As rifiys , .c.iyi.-r,,