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14 THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. MAY 22. 1002. i w r,TY COUNSELOR HAS NEW MILK BILL BARRETT WILL NOT SEEK RE-ELECTION W-. Wr What's the Reason Everybody likes Doctors Chapman ami Merrell For- wanl the Measure to Mayor for His Approval. Derides Xol to He Candidate for State Committee Marshall Defines Position. "-" ii r i 'I'M S??3 0 1 1 ! ft 1 jfrlrA B D f& B IT" T?l .ft f fl P& T 1 HlpP rflbiribbuHoi i And Elegant Through Service), consisting of Observation, Parlor, Cafe, Dining Cars Meals a la corto. Standard Sleeping Cars Lighted by Eloctrlclty and Cooled by Electrlo Fans. Free Recllnlru; Chair Cars and Comfortablo Coachos. Ticks! Office, S. E. Oer. 3th and Ciive Sis. - L.arvi....J... ,,,, w) I III i III! Ill 111 I II i 'rwau f Good enough 1 tgpta lor anybody! Vll Havana Filler TL0R0D0RA' BANDS are of same value as tags from 'star: 'horse shoe: 'spearhead: 'standard navy: 'old peach & honey" H F! and J. T." Tobacco., znsszszgssMxmmir n Won ey n Diamond. Watrh'i. Jwiry. Ouns & IMttola. toot rati a or Intcreit COAKIIiUVl IAL Globo Loan Offlco, IOQ N. Oth St NOTARY PUBLIC. JOSEPH F. FARJSH, kt l.otis itiiri'iu.tc niin.nixn. tici.. mai- sots. tcir.r.ocn A GTS. W.P.COVPERTIIWAITLOAH GO. I.'itabllihwl ISO. i $ 719 PINE STPEET. iik;iii:st amount i.oamid On reraonat property, lljalnera contldentlaL Tho Consumer OF TO-DAY ppraelatea Attract!. PR6NTIN we o THAT KIND Ileautlful inroRLD'S FAIR DifclRni lu WW ENVELOPE3 Printing, neatly executed at Comm.rslal A doel.ty H1CKELIIAUP BROS.. Printers. 202 N.2d. r l'trroantDtljcurcdvlthonlinT- kprl vprklfoii Cur Guar- 10111(0(1 Coa.ulUtloafr. Atntl If. aimntn far fV ... II. ok 1.1 DP. W.NEVRIIITII PixrU'l.l.RnOIU.fll.Jl lyl.,M. CITT 1TCMS. THI2 Shoes are making a big riffle these days at THE CItAWFOHD STOltE, and no wonder, when you consider they are of fering some splendid big lots of this sea bon'u goods at lesu than half their value!! TrunUa unit Trnvrllnjr Gooda. The cheapest placo to buy the above goods Is from the manufacturer. I hnvo the largest assortment In the city, and If you wish to save 25 per cent jou can do so b ralllng on me. Trunks and trav-llng goods rt paired. Goods called for and delivered free of charge. JAS A. QUIRK. 114 and 111 South Fourth St., Opposite Southern Hotel. Bell and Ktnloch Telephones. Itnnil)' Xonilunllou Asanrcd. unruuijc spkciau Carlyle, 111.. May II. The Ttcpubllcans of tho Korty-seeond Senatorial District vvlll hold a convention In Efttnghiim Saturday afternoon. May 31. In the ottlclal call It Is evident that the wishes of William V. Jtundy of Centralla have been compiled with. The Republicans can elect only ono Representative In this district, and IJundy, who is a candidate for re-nomlnatlon, has been against two nominations being made, far ho wants a cinch. At the convention only one candidate for Representative will ha nominated, and this man will be Uundy. He carries the delegates of Marlon and Clinton counties In hl vest pocket, which gives him fifty-two delegates or enough to nominate the convention. The different counties will be entitled to representation as follows: Clinton . Marlon 31, Efllns ham 19 and Clay 21. Bundy was one of Diwcs's main "rooters" In Clinton and Mil lion counties l.l.-Mnlnrt Struck Courthouse, RC1 1 t i.. M Pi 1 ' Mount Vernon, 111., May 21. A heavy rain fell here this evening. It was general over the county and will greatly benelU growing crops. Lightning struck the cupola of tho County Courthouse, causlns slight damns. ra ui .a 4 Stop Your, Hair Falling With "DeLaoy's French Hair Tonic" nexer known to tall. Si 00( all drug itoref. Your money back if. It falls. i. LOW RATES ! i 8 sSCLdi I ; i msz 9 ss You Take No Change Here. If jou take jour older lieu you'vs-Iiunly got to get KitKfiietory ilothiiiK. In tin' first place, we take time cuouxli ami have emoiigli skilled fltrer to take your measure accurately. Wo have enough dllTercnt norts, untitles and pat terns of fabrics to guarantee you a suitable fabric. We ha e enough ukilled cutlers and enough expert sevveis to -warrant a fnultlois lit, a satisfac tory htyli.shnesM and ".swing." And enough different prices to promise a. purbc-llt. Summer Sults-$25 to $40. Flannel Trou"crlnirs Wh VfitlnRi Unen Kultlnsu ser tuckers Outlrg Fabrics of every sort that men ned MacCarthy-Evans Tailoring Co., 820 Olive St. . Opp. l.0.. St. Louls.rio. DOMINICANS GAVE $250,000 TO AMERICANS FOR SAFETY. So Seared They rortrol to Tiller Ht- eclpts, hut fnine llncK nml Dc- inmiilcil mi Accounting. New York. May 21 Captain InneH of tho brig Alice, who has Just reached port, and In vi hose c.iro the authorities of Santo Do mingo pieced their funds, amounting to JjaiOOO. when the revolution overwhelmed them, sajs: ThfV wero "o scared they did not even ask mo for a recilpt. I did not know there was fighting going on when I arrived at San Domingo. March 29. Our vessel was moored about 100 lards off shore, with ropes running to trees. Suddenly tho firing began, and it sounded as though two great annlej were lighting. I aftervvanls dlcov red that the rebels had succeeded In gain ing an entrance to San Domingo. "The Governor. In order to save the con tents of the tnasurv, gathered nil tho money arid hurriedly sent It to my ship. 1 hey came and demanded an accounting be fore I sailed away, however." Weddlnc Invitation.. Society everj where recognizes the marked superiority ot our Wedding Invitations. Ab solute correctness in every detail assured when ordered from us. Mermod & Jac card's, Broadway and lyicust. KAISER'S PHOTOS STOLEN. Presented to Harvard Through Prince Henry. New York. May 21. A collection of pho tographs sent to Harvard University by tho Oerman Emperor and presented In person by Prince Henry on the occasion of his re cent visit to Harvard Is reportod to have been stolin. The collection was a faithful reproduction of the casts representative of Germanic art which the Emptror Is hnvlne prepared for presentation to Harvard. The collection was removed from the Fogs Art Museum. Entrance was gained by breaking the sky light. PRISONER SHOOTS TWO MEN. Himself Badly Wounded Com panions Try to Escape. Canton. O . May 21. Former Gunrd George Jacob dead: Guard Homer Stono prob-Jjly fatally wounded: Charles Glgantl dangerously. If not fatally wounded. This. In brief, was the situation at the Stark County Workhouse to-day after a murderous assault committed by Glgantl in his attempt to escape from tho brush and broom shop. In which he was working. Gl Kimtl snatched a revolver from a guard and began shooting. In the midst of the shooting an attempt was mado by other prisoners to escape from the workshop, but the guards managed to hold them by the aid of some trusties. E. JACCARD JEWELRY CO.'S OFFICE. Corner Broadway and Locust. Importtrt and iillirt oJIne dtamondi. KIDNAPED CHILD IS SAFE. Margaret Taylor Delivered to Her Father Is En Route Home. Washington. Mny 21. The State Depart ment has received a cablegram from Consul I'earson nt Genoa. Italy, stating that Mar garet Taylor has been delivered to her fa ther and that the two sailed to-day on tho Kalseiln Maria Theresla for home. Dest Wheat In a Decade. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Carlyle. Ill , May 21. The growing crops of all kinds will be grentlj- benefitted by an excellent rain which fell to-day In this cltj and vicinity. This ruin Insures the best jield on wheat In this county for a decade. II. & O. S-W. Excursion To Washington, Ind.. and Intermediate sta tions and return, Sunday, Mar 25. 31.50 ami less for round trip. Train will leave Union Ftatton at SKIS a. m.. Instead of 8:24 a. in ns heretofore. Ticket offices, Sixth and Ollvo and Union Station. Evan.vllle Street Fair. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Evansville, Ind., May 21. The first street fair nnd carnival to be held In this end of the State will be pulled off at the Trl State Fair Grounds from Mav 26 to 31, un der the fair management. Tho fair asso ciation is greatly In debt and It Is Intend ed to raise money from tho carnival to paj the Indebtedness. II 8iMtfiii i,i?ii.''.m'1U I iiniiiiHiiiB NEW STANDARD IS PRESCRIBED. Analytical Chemists ami Inspec tors Are Also Provided For All Dairy Wagons Must I5e Licensed. Tlie new mlllc Infection Mil drafted hy Doctors Henry N. Chapmnn and Albert E. Men-ell was submitted to Major Wells jes lefilay and tlie latter In turn referred the bill to the City Counselor. The purpose of the bill Is to Improve the standard of the milk supply, to prevent adulteration and to sec that the people net no thine but the fresh article. According to Doctor Chapman the stand ard provided for In the bill oils for 3 per cent butter tat. &'- per cent solids that aro not fat and "-10 per eent ash It also pro vides tii.it all mlllc must be of u tempera ture of 50 decrees or below. The bill fur ther provides tint the city shill employ two analytical chemists at a salary of 1125 each u month and two Inspectors at $S3 23 1-3 a month, livery milk wagon must be licensed and properly registered. Doctor Chapman sajs this standard Is in conformity with the Hwh governing the milk supply in the principal cltks of Eu rope, If If the bill meets with favor from the City Counselor It will be forwarded to the Hoard of Health for approval. The bill provides u certain method of analysis which will determine all analjtlcal conclusions. Thero Is a question Involving violation of the ordinance. The penalty In ta. of violation will bo a line ot from $.3 to $100. CHICAGO MAN ENJOINS THE PRODUCTION OF "CYRANO." Clnlm to AnChnrMilp of IloMtaml' 1'lHy 1'pheltl by Pedprnl Court iroB Will HcceUe UunltlcM. Chicago, May 2L Judge C. C. Kohlsaat, in the United States District Court to-day Issued a perpetual Injunction against the production in the United States of Edmond Ristnnd's play, "Cvrano Do liergerac," In the suit brought against Richard Mansfield and A. M. Palmer by Samuel Eberly Gross of Chicago. The court In Its order ruled that Mr. Gross was alo entitled to an ac counting of tho profits from the play, but Mr Grots waived this right and accepted U as satisfaction. Mr. Gross Is tho author of a drama enti tled "The Merchant Prince of Cornvllle." the leading character of which was dis tinguished oy the big nose that made Cyra no famous. This drama, Mr. Gtoss main tained, was printed for private circulation Mime time bt-fore the appearance of the cel ebrated French pl.iy and according to expert testimony was the basis of Rostand's work. Denver, May 21. Richard Mansfield said to-day: "The decision ot Judge Kohlant can have no effect upon the presentation of 'Cyrano De Hergerac' bejond the fact that Mr. Gross vvlll receive royalties In the future in stead of Mr. Rostand. What effect It will have In France is an entirely dlffeient mat ter." -VrII IlroiiKht Up. The Increase of Moct & Chandon Cham pagne for 1901 over 1930 Is equal to more than 100 per cent, of the combined Increase of all the other Champagne houses. Moet A Chancon White Seal Is of the celebrated vintage of 1S93. popular throughout the vv orld. Adv. VISITORS AT ST. LOUIS HOTELS. J. J. Wood of Nevada, Mo., Is registered at the St. Nicholas. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cary of Memphis, Tenn., are at the Llndell. C. H. Gardiner of San Francisco, Cal., Is stopping at the Planters. Frank O. Hicks of Dallas, Tex., has rooms at the Southern. T. P. Getz of Omaha, Neb., arrived at the Lacledo jesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Parks of New Or leans, Ea.. are at the St. Nlcholns. Enko Jones of Shreveport, La., Is stop ping at the Phuiters. William R. King of Gainesville, Go., Is a guest at tho Linden. J. W. Uralnard of Cleveland, O., has quarters at the Planters. William H. Martin of Boonville, Mo., Is rcgisierca ai mo roicieue. Lenor Benton of New York was among yesterday's arrivals at the St. Nicholas. V. N. Ball of Muscogee, I. T., is a guest at the Moser. Mr. and Mrs. II. Hartman of Hannibal, Mo., are at tho LIndell. A. B. Poo of Little Rock. Ark., was among vestcrday's arrivals nt the Planters. Georgo D. Shell of Denver, Colo., has quarters at the Southern. Thomas Cutler of Farragut, la.. Is a guest at the Laclede. Christopher Murphy of Chicago. 111., Is on the guest list at the St Nicholas. II. Rlckel of Grand Rapids, la., has rooms at tho LIndell. J. F. Murray of South McAlestcr, I. T., arrived at tho Planters jesterday. W. C. IIaty ot Parngould, Ark., is stop ring at the Southern. II. B. Anderson of Toledo, O., arrived at the I.aclede yesterday. H. O. Spahn of New York was among jesterday's arrivals at the St. Nicholas. Excursion to Washington. Ind., And Intermediate stations and return, Sun day. May 25, via B. & O. S -W.. Jl 50 and less for round trip. Train will leave Union Station at 8.-0S a. m.. Instead of S:21 a. in., as heretofore. Ticket offices. Sixth and Olivo and Union Station. BUYS HOODS FOR I.OIA. Bombay Merchnnt Places Orders With Loeul 31anufacturers. I;onard It. Douse of Borabaj-, India, j-cs-terday purchased i big bill of goods, amounting to several thousand dollars, from St. Louis manufacturers for shipment to the East Indies. The orders wero placed with the Missouri Lamp Company. Yerkes & Flnan, for wood-workers' machlncrj", and tho Berger Manufacturing Company, for metal ceilings Mr. Douse Is manager for India of the London-Eastern Trading Companj", which has Us main office In London, with branches at Culcutta and Bombaj', and in various Australian cities. It also has a branch at Singapore. In some respects Its business is similar to that of the famous Hudson Bay Companj-, and Is one of the largest In the vv orld. "I came out from New York especially to sen St. Louis, though mj time was limit ed." said Mr. Douse at the Manufacturers' Association, where he has been entertained. "The manufacturers here should and will get a big part of tho trade from the far Eastern countries." Mr. Douse commended the enterprise of several local manufacturers who had sent samples of their wares to India, nnd these samples brought the Business, lie says that an Oriental has to see the goods: the.- never buy from a catalogue. Laughingly he re marked that this point will be remembered In Missouri. "We expect to order more goods from this market." said Mr. Douse. "Everything here reems to be run on the right business ba sis I shall endeavor to visit the World'a Fair." f-HLSO to Boston and Return, Via Big Four Route. Tickets on sale Juna 13. 14 and 15. For particulars call at Ticket Office, Broadway and Chestnut, or address a L. Hillea.-j-. Socialists Organise at Breeae, III. REPUBLIC SPBCIAL. Breese. 111., May 2L A branch of the Socialist party has been organized In this place with a total membership of twentj'. The officers are Ofto Frederlch, sccretarj" Fred Busley, financial secretary: Walter Wolfe, organiser: John Rift, literary agent; M. J. Rees. treasurer. The local was or ganised by J. W. Saunders of Chicago, who t a State ortinlxer. HARMONY AT KANSAS CITY. Joe Shannon Says the Democratic Factions Are United Hous ton V. Johnson San guine of Success. a ronferonre yesterday afternoon by Jams McCuffery and Thomas P. Ilarrctt. member of the Democratic Slate Commit tee, the latter agreed not to be a candidate for re-election According to report, the threo gentlemen were together for several hours. The situation in tho Eleventh Congres flonal District was thoroughly discussed ami the agreement reached whereby thero will be ro contest over the member of tha State Committee to succeed .Mr. Barrett. It is said tint Thomas J. Ward will not Ge opposed for re-election. Ernest Marshall of St. Louis County said Jesterday that the reports of hLs antago nism to the majority of the State Commit tee wero unfounded. "The onlv time I ever voted with the minority or the so-called In surgents," ho a,it ..w18 at tne i3l meet ing, when I did so believing that I was right. i am not stirring up trouble, though I do believe that St. Ixmis County whicn ., w.ua, ui. lfUUi-1 V.1'11111 , IllllUil casts one of tho largest Democratic votes In t.ie State, should receive more consider ation j.mier .Major Hurvey Salmon or !,m Cook would be acceptable to me for State Chalrnnn They are both good men and would receive a large vote If the mat ter were left to the committee and they would run." Ilnrinony at Kniuai City. Joe Shannon, one of the leaders of tho Kansas City Democracy, spmt jesterday in the clt on private business. "We have rcacht il an agreement In Kansas City," he remarked, "bj which tho factions aio united for the first time In years. Tho date of the primaries will be determined next Siturduv, when subcommittees of the two factions will confer." Houston W Johnson of Montgomery County attended the United States Court vesterdav He is the chief candidate for the Democratic Senatorial nomination against senator Charles J. Walker of Wcntzvllle. who now represents the Tenth District. The fight has attracted general attention throughout the State. Judge Johnson formerly was a member of tha General Assembly, having served In both branches While there lie distinguished himself by his opposition to tho lobby. "Montgomery with S votes and Warren with 2." explained Jud;e Johnson jester day, 'have instructed for me. Senator Walker has the 9 votes of St. Charles County. I think that I shall lie able to se cure the 17 votes from Callow uv whose convention will lie held June 30. the town ship mass convintlons being held two daj-s before that date. Webster Gordon of Co lumbia, who has been making an active canvass, expects to carry Boone Countj- b nliout l.oiO, tut. despite this fact, both Sen ator Walker and mjself will try our luck. The Boone Countj- primaries will he he-id May 31 Th date for the Senatorial Con ventlnu Is Julv- 8, but this probably will be changed, as It conflicts with tho State Convention, Among the other Democrats who were In the cltj' westerday were John R, Greene of Jefferson Cltj-. clerk of the Supreme Court, and Emmett Newton of Springfield. New ton has the distinction of being tho onlv member of the Stite Committee who will name the delegates to the State Convention from his homo countj-. AUIiin nt Hrndfinnrtrr., Republican Stute Chalrmin Thomas J. Aklns returned to headquarters at the I.ln ilell Hotel yesterday from Warsaw. Ben ton Countv v.l era he was hound with in structions Tuesday. Uenton County will have seven delegates In the State Conven tion. Opponents of tho State chairman have all hut given up the fight against him. Flftj--two countj' conventions have been held and about 250 of the dclegatei to the State Con vention nre for his re-election, they either having been Instructed or being under pledgo to him About thirty delegates nro considered doubtful, though only one coun ty. Perry, has made orcn warfare against him. that countv being for E. A. Rorler. Four thousand tickets have been issued for the entertainment to take place to night (Thursday) nt Bellevuo (iHrden. cor ner Klng'n highway and Easton avenue, under the auspices of tho Twenttj'-seventh Ward Republican League Club. Prescription No. 2S51. by Elmer & Amend, will not cure .ill complaints, but It will cure rhtum.itlsm. PECK SUIT KOU ONLY IJIO.OOO. IlniiiaK-ea Asked of Transit Conipnny on Three Co a Ills. In the suit Illed by John A. Peek of No. 5514 Law ton avenue against the St. Louis Transit Company for damages sustained by hls wife. Mrs. Alice H. Peck, It was stated by the plaintiffs nttornej-. John A. Gil liam, jesterdaj that the suit was for only $10,000 Instead of 30,000, as was at first re ported. The mistaken impression was due to the fact that three counts for damages wero mentioned and the $10 000 mentioned In each. One was that the Transit Company em ployes had shown negligence nnd Incom petency; the second nllesed defeotlve ap paratus on the car, and the third count held that the company was responsible in that Mrs. Peck wis allowed to alight from the car while it was In motion. The dam ages are clalmid upon either one or all of the counts, but the total asked for Is $10 000. In the bill of complaint the injury to Mrs. Peck's voice Is one of twenty Items In which It Is alleged that hho has suffered because of the accident. MERRICK, WALSH & PHELPS' OFFICE. Corner Broadway and Locust. Buytri and teller' of Jlne pearti. Mr. nahtA trill bt glad to tee you. Illinois national Guard, REPITOLIC SPECIAL. Springfield. 111., May 21. Adjutant General Smlttr, to-day ordered a Board of Survey to convono In K Companj-. Third Infantrj-. Illi nois National Guard, at S p. m Monday, May 26, or ns soon thereafter as practicable, for the purpose of Inquiring into, reporting ipon nnd fixing the responsibility for the loss of certain Stata and United States property for which Captain Samuel II. Reck of the Third Infantry Is accountable. The detail for the board Includes Lieutenant ColonH Rlchlngs J. Shand. Captain Wil liam H. Brogunier nnd Second Lieutenant Henry J. Sanders, nil of the Third Infantrj-. Upon the recommendation of the regimen tal commander. Charles S. Young Is ap pointed Assistant Surgeon of the Illinois National Guard, and assigned to the Sltth Infantrj'. to rank as First Lieutenant. Honorable discharge from the mllltarj fervlce of the State is Issued to Ordinary Seaman George Kercher. Tourth Division. First Ship's Crew. Naval Militia of RU nol. The elections of John T. Wood to be First Lieutenant, vice Roswell. and of Richard T Cooper to be Second Lieutenant, vice Mc Curdy, both in F Companj-. Fourth Infantrj-, are confirmed. Diploma for Labor Ilurrnu. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Springfield. 111.. May 21. The Illinois State nureau of Lnbor Statistics to-daj- received from Benjamin D. Woodward of New York Cltv United State Commissioner to the Tarls Exposition, a diploma award for the exhibit of labor retorts from the Illinois burea at the exposition A bronze medal also will rome to the Illinois bureau for the same exhibit. Record Price for Texas Cattle. Chicago. May 21. The highest price for Texas cattle In the history of the Stock Yards was paid to-daj' for a carload belong ing to Charles McFarland of Aledo. Tex. The cattle averaged 1.255 pounds. Tho price paid was $6 65 a hundred pounds. RUPTURE Uii ST. LOUIS COUNTY PARAGRAPHS. The monthly- entertiiliuuent find Ini tiation of new members of ihe Roval Arca- I num '" Old Orch ird will bo held to-night in tho hall ot that organlzitlon In Old Orchard. The diiinnflr milt of Cella Todd against Gtorge Rreidinbach wns decided In favcr of the defendant jesterdaj" In the Clajton Circuit Court, where It was taken on a change of venue from St Louis. The Plaintiff sought to recover JS.euO for tho death of her 11-j ear-old son. who was kicked and killed by a horse of the defend ant, April 23, 1300. MarrlnKo IlrrnaeN were issued In Chijton jesterday to riojd W. Robinson and Ro"a Albert of Princeton, Ind : Peter J. Nagel and Margaret Clark of No. 210s Carr street: Thomas J. Alrctt of Central and Lucy Tyler of Clavton. Adolph P. Robjn of Tuxedo and llertlo Meger of Bar told: Ilenrj- Sinn and Alice Godby of No 2207 Market street and Benjamin Eechtel of No. 69H Noonan avenue and Roslo Koonce of No 2205 Forest avenue. FIRST WOMAN'S HEAD ON STAMP Martha Washington's Portrait to Go on Eight-Cent Issue. Washington, Maj- 21 Postmaster General raj-no announced to-daj- that the portrait of Martha Washington lnd been decided upon as the first of American women to ndorn a United States -postage stamp. This announcement Is made to-d ty, because It Is the centennial annlversarj- of the death of the wife of tho first President- Tho portrait will be placed on the S-cent stamp of the new Issue, which wlli appear sumo time next fall. ins Tn..!srn:t qi;i:stiom:d. George Miller Snld to Hnve 1'sed Con doctor's Punch Himself. George F Miller, a laborer living nt No. 2912 South Rioadway, was arrested jester day morning on the charge of passing a raised street car transfer on Conductor Patrick Sarsfleld of tho Jefferson avenue line. Miller boarded the car at Jefferson nnd Gejer. When the conductor came around he found the transfer had been punched onco before on Mav 5 nnd It had been raised bj- punching In Mny 21. He stopped tho ear at Cherokee street nnd summoned a policeman, who placed Miller under nrrtst and took hlni to the Second District Police Station icterdajr appllca no lcr. son he will TOOK LIFE TO AVOID TRIAL. Friedman I.enped From Ends Brldffe After Jumping; Bond. Tlie bodj- of the man who committed sui cide Saturday by Jumping from the Illinois -lde of Eads Bridge was identified j-ester-daj- ns that of C. Friedman, who forfeited his bond In tho Court of Criminal Correc tion Saturdaj- morning. Detective Gaftncy of the local police force confirmed the identification for tho department here. Friedman was a member of the firm of Friedman & Stlliraan of No. 12S1 North Thirteenth street. Some time ago Fried man bought a lot of railroad uniforms which. It developed, had ben stolen from a cor in transit to Kansas City. Mo. Frled man was arrested and charged with receiv ing stolen propertj-. When the case was called Saturday morning he wns not pres ent. It Is .supposed he wns afraid to f.ic" the charge and committed sulclJe. A widow and two children survive. MKETIMS OF ALU3IM CALLED. St. Louis University Ornrnnlzntlon to Elect tllucers Wcdlirnilaj. The Alumni Association of the St. Ixiuis University vvlll meet at College Hall, Grand and L'ndell avenues, on Wednesdnj-, Maj 28. for the purpose of electing officers and "attending to other business Important to the organization" In a recent letter ad dressed to members of the association. Sec-retarj- Ferdinand A Goreschc requests tint all who enn pos.s'blj- attend make a point to do so No candidates for office have been so far suggested, but the Executive Commit tee. It Is said, will present a new slate, in cluding tho names of some of the most prominent men In St. Louis bus'ness nnd social circles Pierre Chouteau, chairman of the Historical Committee of the World's Fair. Is beng urged bv- his friends for the firesldencv of the association. Mr. Chouteau s the prime mover In the plan to erect a monujnent to rather De Smct. Governor Yates's Appointments. RHPUIILIC SrECIAL. Springfield. 111., Maj- 21. Announcement was made from the executlv-p office to-day of the appointment of Mrs. Lizzie L. Morris of Lincoln. III., as a delegate to the Na tional Conference of Charities nnd Correc tion, to bo held May 28 to June 3, In De troit. The Governor has also appointed Doctor Frank Parsons Norburj of Jacksonville. III., as a delegate from Illinois to the Amor Iran Congress of Tuberculosis, to ba hold June 2, 3 and 4 In New York Citj Weak Eyes Often require glasses. Dr. Bond, expert op tician at Mermod & Jaccard's. makes no charge for testing ej-es, ard if glasses are needed, guarantees a proper fit. Steel frames. $1 and up: gold, $5 and up Olattet fitted Jy mail. Tett Cardt mailed free. Teachers In Butler Schools. nnpuiiLic SPECIAL. Butler. Mo , May 21. The School Board has selected the following Instructors for next j-ear: J M. Taylor, superintendent; Miss Emma Drpee. principal; teachers L. B. Alllton. C. M. Allison. J. E. Harper. John Shutt. Corn Whitsett, Anna Shine. Emma Casslty. Jessie Casetj-, Nellie Walker. Ter sa Patterson. Nellie Brown. Anna Hill. Loro Moore. Mrs. G. W. Ely: negro school W. W. Kcnoly and A. Wright. Droucht Broken at Grmllle, III. REPUBLIC bPECIAI- ' Gruj-ville. Ill, May 21. The drought was broken last night by a fine shower which will do the growing crops a great deal of good. Locust, at Vlncenncs, Ind. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Vlncennes. Ind , Maj- 21. Myriads of sevenear locusts made their appearance to-day In Johnson Township, this county, and the noise made bj- the Insects could be heard several miles. Quickly and Permanently CURED 1 hsvs cured durlas Ike laat tin raars oisv' .O08. Loulaana. NO PAV UNTIL CUPJBD. No Paint No Caltlna-. Inel.se ta for Booklet. W. A. LEW1N, M. D. 004 Waahii-ctaa Are. St. Lamia. " Alnt PresS:"nrB AttSSS John- ,ho cl,aKC- nlcl. wn. equivalent to mnk i took''coZ0 underadvi'Xt while "? - , " l expected the lns.ru- looks un the law to see what charge he "-.""-."Vi "1 ;,V."v-"',i'..". -'" a -"" "" prefer against Miller. ""-'",",c"a '""'"" eeda Biscuit Some say it's their goodness Some say it's their freshness Some say it's both together What do you say? Lyon's j B PERFECT Tooth Powder AM ELEQANT TOILET LUXURY. Used, by people of refinement for over a quarter of a century. "AIL WRIGHT-F0RM0RE THAN nALPACENTUHT" A Sure Cure for Gonorrhoja. 1.00 A BOTTLE. A 1.1, DRCtlUISTB. WRIGHT'S 1KDUN VEQETADLE PILL CO.. New York. WILL PROVIDES HOME FOR "INDIGNANT" OLD WOMEN, Ten tutor's Ilnd Spelling Blny InTnll- dnte Bequest of !f(!0,(HIO for Chnrltahlc Purposes. Grand Rap'ds. Mich., May 21.-E. L. Mc Donnell of Muskegon, who died in this city on the date ho was to have married Miss Virginia Piatt of Cincinnati, in his will left $60,000 to establish a home fo indigent old women at l'airmount, Ind. An examination of the will shows that In stead of "Indigent old women" he write "In dignant" old women, and this error In spelling may invalidate the Instrument. According to tho will, ns originally draft ed, he left $6,oi0 to Flora Newton of Syra cuse. N. Y. to whom he was formerlj- en gaged. He scratched her name out and sub stituted that of Miss Plntt, when the change came over his affections, and onlj- one of THREE PAI.NTIAGS FOR AMERICA. France Presents Three Superb His toric Works of Art. Washington. May 21. The French Ambas sador, Jl. Cambon. has received from Paris, three superb oil paintings which are to be one of the Incidents In tho present ex changes of international amity between tho United States and France In connection with the Rochambeau exercises. One of the paintings shows Iouls XIV In the audience chamber of the palace receiv ing Chevalier de Cadillac and delivering to him the rojal ordinance crenting the city of Detroit- The painting Is of massive pro portions. After remaining nt the embassy for a time, the painting Is to be sent to Detroit, where it Is to occupj- a post of honor In the City Hall a gift ot the French Government to one of the earliest French cities In America. The other paintings are portraits of Roch ambeau and Lafayette, showing these of ficers in the uniforms worn at the time thej came to the aid of the struggling American colonists These paintings also, after re main ng at the embassy for a time will take an honorable place In some of the notable collections ot this countrj-. A Watch That Isn't Reliable Is worse than no watch at all. Have It cleaned and repaired by the expert watch makers at Mermod & Jaccard's. Bro-idwaj-nnd Locust. Charges most reasonable for first-class, guaranteed work. KU.M.ST SCIII.ESI.NGEIl INJURED. I'lrc Department Member CuuRht Un der Falling; Chimney. Ernest Schleslnger, a fireman, living at No. 20o3 Alice avenue, had his left leg broken by a falling chimney In a lire that burned three residences on Swltzer avenue, near the Jennings Station road, yesterday at noon. The fire is supposed to have started in a defective flue. Two of the buildings that were burned belonged to William Ganey and the third to George W Schmidt. Tho fire spread rapidly and the empioj-es of the Seed Dry Plate Company tore down a number of fences to prevent the fire spread ing. Thej- nIo formed a volunteer water brigade until the arrival of a company of the Fire Department from tho Baden en gine house. Tho hoases were valued at $1,500 each. Schleslnger's comrades pulled him from underneath the chlmncj- and removed him to the office of the Seed Dry Plate Com pany, whero his injuries were dressed, after which he was sent to his home. Schles stnger's leg was broken in two places and the limb may have to be amputated. ROAD AUTO RACES CONDEMNED. County Grand Jnry Advise. Legisla tion Asalnst Them. The St. Louis County Grand Jury, In a final report to Judge McElhlnnej- of the Clajton Circuit Court, yesterdaj-, con demned automobile racing and recommend ed that a bill be passed bj- tho Legislature to prohibit it on the county roads. Automobile racing on the rock roads of St. Louis County Is not an uncommon oc currence now. and a number of persons liv ing along the Manchester, Clayton and Olive street roads, have been In Clayton protesting to the authorities ngainBt a continuation of tho practice. Thej- saj- the machines Imperil their lives and frighten their horses. If racing cannot be stopped on the county roads, the Grand Jury recommends that the speed of the vehicles bo regulated. Alleged Irregularities In the method of conducting prlmarj- mass meetings for the election of delegates to conventions wero brought to the attention of the Jury while they were In session. The report states that no Indictments could be returned on account of defects In the statutes, and rec ommends that the county members of the F YOU ARE NOT SMOKING . inn niini'ticii in inn ti-" i i xi i . innriLa,! -.r Try one. then notice the fine Aroma of our present Havana Tobacco and ompare it with high-priced imported Clears. r. R. Bice Mercantile CUu Co.. Manufacturers, fit. Louis. Unlea HaeW You Must Tie Your Baby to the Table Leg.v ilLI to keep it out of mischief, if you must be in the kitchen all day swel tering over a red hot stove. You Need Not Do Either If You Own a "Quick Meal" Ons Range. The "Quick Ileal" Gas Range takes care of itself, and will cook the dinner in the time it takes a coal fire to start, with no soot, moke, dirt or ashes, but quicker, better and cleaner, and with less expense than the old-fashioned red hot coal stove. Keep yourself and kitchen cool and get a "Quick Meal" Gas Range to-day. Ringen Stove Co., W&- Legislature hav. legislation passed that will control the voting. The Jurj- had been In session since Mnj 5. Five true bills and two Ignored bills werj returned. Onlj- one lndictmemt was given out j-esterdaj-. It was agi nt Charles Knatman, who killed Jnmes Rej-nolds in a fight at Crcve Coeur last Sunday night. The Indictment charges murder in the second degree. Knatman was arraigned immedi ately after the report and released on bona. Ills case was continued to the next term of court. Ignored bills were returned In the cases of Edward Davidson and George DuBarrow. The report recommended that additional vault facilities be provided in the Asses ior's office. Tha proposed sewerage plant that will be Installed In Clajton was ap proved. Tho Jail was found In good condi tion. The hooks and funds of the various offices In the Courthouse were examined nnd reported In good condition. The jury consisted of William Schrader. Henry Werremler. Henry Prehn. Henry Metcn. Herman Stcmme. Max Schplln. Ernest Mottert. Herman Pogemboeller. Herman Locs'nar. William D. Stoltz. John Zlegenhein and Charles Pausellus. HURT IX STOPPING RUXAWAT. Policeman Doollnc Dragged Thirty Feet and Shoulder Fractured. rollceman Doollng of the Fourth Dis trict wos painfully Injured In stopping a runaway team j-esterday morning. The horses- were attached to a box wagon nnd driven by Theodore Koch. At Seventh and Morgan streets one of the wheels cams off and the team ran away. They ran north in Seventh street. At Franklin ave nue the horses ran Into a deliverj- wagon. Doollng ran out and seized the bit of one of the horses. He was thrown down and dragged thirty feet before the horse, stopped. His left shoulder was fractured and his left leg was thrown out ot place. Ills uniform was badly torn. Doctor Oatman dressed Doollng". Inju ries at the City Dispensary. It Is not ex jectfd that tho patrolman will be able to resume his duties for at least three weeks. Worked a Confidence Garni. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Mount Vernon, 111., May 21. Floyd How ard of Herrln, 111., pleaded guiltj- In the Circuit Court to-day to working a "confi dence game" on his widowed sister-in-law In this cltj' last wpek. securing from her $-5. He was sentenced to the Reform School ot Pontlac. 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