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THE BEPUBLIO: SUNDAY. 'JUNE 1, 1902.
"EcaEecBSr"' 7T:?135Sr
ARMY REDUCED
TO 66,497 MEN,
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President Issues Order Changing
Initio in Make-Up of Permanent
Military Establishment.
INFANTRY FORCE TO BE 29,880.
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LADIES:
"We are pleased to announce that Madame Yale has instructed va
to open up a big: Spring- Sale on her -wonderful preparations, and-as
souvenirs to Yale purchasers of 75 cents or over we will present a
Souvenir Jar of Madame Yale's famous Skin Food, free.
This is certainly the finest toilet article made. It is absolutely
pure. It removes wrinkles and all traces of age. It soothes refines.
It will make you beautiful. It is made by Madame Yale. That
gives it a stamp of superiority over anything else made. It3 effect
is magical.
, SPECIAL SALE.
GET IT AT WOLFF-WILSON'S.
(- "We have been appointed as the St. Louis Agents for Madame
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Yale's preparations. These goods are the very purest made, have the
largest sale of anything of their kind in the world, and we strongly
recoxnmend them.
We are now having a Special Sale on all of Madame Yale's oods.
We give below a full list showing-their uses, and noticeably our Spe-j
rial Cut Prices.
These souvenirs will not last hmg. Clip out the following Cou
pon and present it at our store while making purchase of any of the
Yale goods of 75 cents or over, and you will get the Souvenir Jar of
Skin Food, free.
ladanis Yale's Free Skin Food Oeupsn,
This coupon entitles the holder to a jar of Mme. Yale's Skin
Food (value $1-00) with each pi" base of Mme. Yale'3 goods made
la our Toilet Goods Department this week amounting to 75c or
over. Cut this coupon out and bring it with you.
VALUE $1.00
St. Voalm Bejrablkj.
YALE BEAUTY PRICES.
vnm TAX2T3 CELEBRATED HAIR TONIO
top batr enrm.g lr twenty-four hours. Cures
aoadraf! always. Th most wonderful upaclSo (sr
all toir and seals Ilseoses la th. world. Ths
cmty dlauutet ca'raaord known to restore nat
ural color to gray or faded bslr. Regular price,
U - bottle. Special jrfoe. ... .. .TSo
WEB, TALE'S BE3T POOD removes wrinkles
and all signs of agst. It nourishes the skin and
Its fractions, rejuvenates the old with youthful
expression and rounding contours. It preserves
yonth. Brgnlsf prloe, U.60 and S3 a Jar; Special
price . ILtt and P.23
Ulia. TALE'S AXdtOrTD BLOSSOM COM
yrrniruifi CRSAJn keeps tha fldn perfect. Makes
ths eomplcxloa beautiful. It cures chspped akin,
rottenness, burns, cuts, wennds, old sores, skin:
afcroslona, bruise cr any skin irritation. It is
the most soothing, cooling snd healing prepara
tion sver put en ths market. The most oxaulstta
toilet luxury trui1.. Secular price. X Spedsl
Menu TAura esvxxAx, lotion and epe-
CXaZ. OINTMENT curs Pimples, Slackheads
and sO SropUva Ban Disease. Regular prloe,
IX. Special Brtoe ... .... -..... ....:to
JQEl TALCS COUPLBXION BIJit.cn dears
fix (kin of on dtseelorotioaa. Makes It naturally
whit and beaatlfui. Regular price, tA Special
Prloe ,, .,,, ..,,, , ...HAQ
mno, xxubb blush os toutzc is a facta
tenia for Invigorating treat nerres and fiaoold
TrmeiJos. It Is to tho sldn what dew and sun
(tuns us, to flower. It rerlTes new life In in
aotlTs skta, A veer remarkable remedy. Rerular
prloo. fa, Special pries . ,. Qo
MSB, TALE78 KM a I 07 yraMH'Y creates
natural raty cheeks by acting upon the miaul4
blood resseu at th Uda. Prevents tan and tun
tarn. A. skis tana. Gins brailatuy to the com
pkslos. Secular price, ft, Speolal prJee T5o
sdfl& XtXVS ZO, WtEfTT,!, only curs fa
the world for tlda freckles. Sexular prloa, C
Speelsl price -....-aa
, TAZS SaVrTD WMll'li.TfEa makes tba
tan43 saweth ssd wrdte, Heps them soft and
IxMlTM frili BecsUr price, tL Cptdsl prlcw..no
MJIB. TALE'S FAMOnB TACE gOWUm,
tareet and bset made. RcEular price, &3c. Pps
dal price ..J3o
mjie. TAUsra coiiPunnoN soap, cleans-
Int. htallni and beautlflnj. Guaranteed pur-.
Eerulsr price. So. Epeclal pj!oe j0
mm. TALITa BUST FOOD, for enlareinc the
but. deTeloplnff the armj, neck and limbs. Reg
ular price, H.50 and 13.
Special prices ji.ij and J1.SS
MME. TALE'S EYELASH GR0WE31 creates
laxurlant browe and lath-s. ttrenrthene and
beautifies the eyes. Guaranteed harmless. Regu
lar prloe. tL Special prloe tjo
MME. TALE'S "GREAT SCOTT" removes ru
perfluous hair from the face, root and branch,
without Injury. Perfectly barmleat. Recujir
price, L Spe-clal price. 7
MME. TALTTS CATA DERMA, removes hair
from any part of the body wlthli Are minutes
without Injury. Rezular prloe, 12. Special
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MUL TALE'S TOOTH POVTDER keeps the
teeth oad torn In perfect condition. Whltcnlni.
beolms; and antleeptlc In character. Reeclar
Price, Bks. Special price ;.
MME. TALE'S AKTISEPTIC Is the beet mouth
wash and throat rargls en the market. It le a
tnorit raluable household remedy fcr toilet us
snd medldnsl purposes, suoh at bathlm weak
eyes, dressing cuts, wounds, eores cr bums. It
takes down Inflammation Immediately, prerents
suppuration and blood-poleoame. Hlihly recom
mended for the rarfnal douche In the treatment
cf women's diseases. Regular price. 31. Rn-lj
7o
MME. TAL3T3 JACK ROBE LEAVES, an arti
ficial tint for the checks. Perfect imitation t
satcral color. Regular price, . Special price,. T53
MMB. TALE'S JACK ROSEBUDS, a healing
Up oalTo, tinted natural color. Curei chappd,
rough lips, keeps them veltety, smooth and beau
tiful. Regular price. JL Ppeclal price... T5o
MMT1 TALE'8 FACE ENAMEL, an arttflciu
wwtenlne; for the skin, used eiclue tvely for etage
B4 iJ017 pnrpoees. Glres a brlluant complex
ion. Caonet be detected. Is beneficial to the skin.
Guaranteed harmless. Regular price, tl.S. Sne.
do. prlc. a1
Reduction in This Branch Bronght
About by Changing timber
of Men in Company Prom
104 to SO.
Washington. May 3L By direction of tho
President. Secretary Hoot has Issued a gen
eral order decreasing tho strength of our
'permanent military establishment and
charglns the ratio of Its make-up. as pro
vided In the general order Issued last May
to carry out the army reorganization law.
Under the general order of last May tho
total strength of the army was fixed at
7T.2S7 men. The o-der Issued to-day reduces
this figure to CC.497 a reduction of 10 7
In tiie cat airy branch of the service tho
old order specified twelve troops of cighty
fivo men to each regiment: the new order
establishes twelve troops of seventy-five
men each. This will decrease the total
strength of tha fifteen cavalry regiments
from 15.S40 to 11,040.
In tho artillery branch, the coast con
tingent will be kept at Its former strength
of IK companies of 1C9 enlisted men each,
or a total of 13,734. but the fifld artillery
nlll be reduced from thirty batteries of 160
men each to twenty-eight batteries (twenty
fivo light and three mountain) of 120 men
each.
Provision Is made in the new order for two
siege batteries, each Twth a strength of 160
men, which. In addition to light and moun
tain batteries, -will give the artillery corps
a total enlisted strength of 17,712 as against
th 18.SW mn provided In the former order.
The new order reduces the number of men
to an Infantry company from 101 to 80 and
the thirty regiments of twelve companies
each v'l! now give a total infantry force of
I3.SS0. instead of 3S.5H.
The strength of the engineer branch re
mains as formerly, as does also the strength
of the staff departments
It -ft ill be th plan of the War Department
hereafter to divide the army, 'as provided
In the order Issued to-day. Into thirds, hav
ing one-third of the entire establishment in
the Philippines at all times, and the remain
ing two-thirds In the United States and else
where. By this plan an enlisted man, tak
ing six jears as a bash, would serve four
years In the United States proper, or in Ha
waii or in Alaska, to every two years
served in the Philippines.
TWO rACTIOS IV AfDHAIV COCXTY.
Rpriablleons Ilnil Lively Session in
belectlns; Uelecntes to Mexico.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Mexico, Mo., May 31. At the Republican
Mass Convention In thiaty to-day. held
for the purpose of selecting delegates to
tho different Slate conventions, a split in
the local factions of the party was de
veloped. The difference narrowed down be
tween J. S. Gataon, City Attorney of Van
dalia. and Doctor J. U. Parish of Vandalla,
member of the State Itepubllcan central
Committee. .
The delegations selected were: State Nom
inating Convention at Jeflerson City, June
21, E. C. Kencen, Laddonia; J. C. Parrish.
Vandalla: J. 3. Scott. Martinsbburg; . S.
Hathaway, Mexico; Isaac Allen, Mexico. Al
ternates. W. O. Keid. Tulip; G W. Con
way, Laddonia; A. P. Keid. Mexico; B.
Waddingion. Benton Cit; Harry House
holder, County.
Congressional Com ention, Montgomery
Cltv. Julv 22: W. P. Keid, Tulip; iienry
ch-iafd- Vnnrtalla: Frank S. Friar,
dnnia. W. M. Treloar. Mexico: J. B.
tri T-fn Alternates. .A (T
ter. New Harmony; George Sox, Mount Car
rncl. Fred l'rechl. County, John X. Brown,
Mexico; Lewis Robert, Kush H1IL
Judicial Convention. JopUn, July lo:
Thomas Y. Hushlett, Vandalla; C. A.
Barnc3, Mexico: A. L. Branstetter, anda
lla. Alternates Ambrose Carroll, V anda
lla; H. N Naysmlth. Vandalla: John Bra
den. Laddonia.
The following new members of the Cen
tral Committee were selected: Salt Rlvtr
Township. Dan Roberts, W I.. Brjarly, C.
A. Barnes. Harry Householder, William
Holt. Cuivre Township, Henry Kohl,
George Sox, Linn Townsnlp, Thomas Rob
erts, J. H. Scott; Saline Township, J H.
Starr, James Kverhart; Prairie Township.
C. A. Smith. Rov- Hlck-rson, Wilson Town
ship. Charles HouhoIder. George Mejer;
Loutre Township. H. Haddington, H. B
Precht.
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Our May business was the largest In our history. Our special 2, 3 and 4 room flat offer gave
such an exceptional opportunity to parties starting housekeeping that hundreds availed themselves
of our offer. We have decided to continue this special offer during the month of June. We also
offer some unheard-of bargains in odd pieces, and parties already housekeeping who desire to fill
in a piece here and there can save money. Below we illustrate a few of our Specials. We invite
inspection and comparison:
Two Rooms Furnished Complete,
$5.00 cash &
Balance Easy Paj-ments. . $&&
Three Rooms Furnished Complete. Four Rooms Furnished Compltft,
ao.uu lyMSH- CsPfe S1' CASH- lltfl1
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bos Woo for Itself tbs distinction of being the
meet rsmartatrte ears for five complaints of
ucinisii en reoord, Its stxsnstheclss; and melg
Cfallnr caalltles eommend It abore "7eie
an otSsrav Special price.. ...... .... OO
aOCB. TALKTfl yERTILTZBR TJLBLBTB curs
i csaattpatloa and bovat trceblmi tbey Tenuis te
the rystera. nrsctaa foul breath, make healtbr
fJSSrSrfc 75o
Jnra. TALB-S OOMPLEXIOrr TABLHIB make
new blood and ol a healthy flow to th
kin. mm mm
fipedal prloe -..... 75 O
HME. TALK'S BLOOD TONIC slesnses
giooa, urer sad Miners.
fipedol price .'. ....M,
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ITMB. TALE'S DIOCtfl'lVB TABLZTB cure In.
dlteitlon and sromach troile. "7 tits.
Special price .... OO
Writ or-eall for Madame Yale's 96-paee book on Health, GracQ
and Beauty. Free.
S. & COR. SIXTH AND WASHINGTON AVE.
POLICE BOARD WON'T
ALLOW BULL FIGHTS.
Chief Kiely Issues Instructions to
Prevent Affair Advertised for
1 Fair Grounds Sunday.
Tie Board of Police Commissioners In
rpecial session at tba Four Courts yester
day morning; decided to prohibit the bull
fight scheduled for tha Fair Grounds this
afternoon.
When the decision was reached Chief of
Police Kiely was Instructed to enforce the
order. Ba was told to send officers out to
the tronnds and prohibit any attempt at a
bull Cent. Notice -was also sent to tha
managers of the fight notifying them of the
ultimatum In order that they might stop
the sole of tickets if they so' desired.
All the commissioners were present Tvlth.
tha exception of President Harry B. Banes,
who la out of the city. , There was no com
mittee of citizens to protest and the only
complsint received was 'from tha Golden
Chain Humana Society through Its attor-
ncy, Rozier Q. Meigs. The commissioners
were unanimous In cpinlon as to preventing
the fight.
Army Orders.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Washington, May 3L Army orders wera
issued to-day as follows:
Second Lieutenant Cbarlei Winn, Artillery
Corps, recently appointed. Is assigned to the
Thirty-seventh Company, Const Artillery.
Flret Lieutenant AVililam FolweU, rtret Infan
try, will, upon the expiration of his present
leave. Join his regiment In the Philippines.
Major Jamns Wilson, volunteer furgeon. Is re
lieved from further duty In the Philippines ani
will proceed to Fan Francisco and atralt or
ders. First Lieutenant Walter Clarke, Signal Corps,
now In San Francisco, will repair to this city for
duty In the office of the Chief Signal Officer of
the srmy.
The extension of leave granted First Lieuten
ant William Merry. Twenty-third Infantry, )s
further extended fifteen days.
The leave granted Second Llentrnsst Nels An
derson, Seventh Infantry. Is extended one montn.
The leave granted First Lieutenant wuiurn
fatten. Thirteenth Infantry, Is extended one
month.
Lave i for two months Is granted First Lieu
tenant Charles Kxton. Twentieth Infontrv.
The retirement from active service of Brigadier
General William F. Spurcln. at his own request.
uc uaviiia mmrwxa wore man xorcy Tears, IS an
nounced.
Quartermaster. :s extended three months en ac-
The leave granted Captain Francis Schreiner.
emrat of cfekness.
Second Lieutenant Paul
Weyrauch, recently
appelated, le assumed to the Fourteenth Cavalry.
Flrat LtentenABt Theodore Koelt ArtJllerv
Corps. will proceed to Fort ilonroe for duty at
the artiaery school.
Dclecntp Are Selected to State null
Congressional Convention.
ItHPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Waterloo, III., Slav 31 The Democratic
County Convention for .Monroe County met
at the Courthouse to-day to select dele
Kates to the State, Senatorial and Con
gressional conventions. The delegates to
tho State Com ention arc Adolnh Lam-
brecht, Columbia: J W III xert, Waterloo:
W. S Burroughs. Waterloo; J. P. Mulier.
Harri-sonville The senatorial delegate
are: It. D. Buttler, New Design; Charles
Schuler, Columbia: H. M. Hill, Hacker:
Tcobald Vaelker. Burksvlllc; Nelson Schein.
EurksWlle; Herman Klejer, Waterloo; Wll
lHrn Iiwp Mtrrimac Point; John YVhlte
Fide, New Hanover: D. M Hardy. Water
loo. The congressional delegates are J A.
Treldrich. Columbia; J. I Powderly. Mayes
town: Dan Gormann. Reanault: Doctor S.
F Douglai rter.iult; William Hoffmann.
Maycstown; Mat Ijubentlial. Harrlsonvllle:
John Klein Chafiln Bridge: Anton Ruch:
W. K. Ellbraedt. F Fabel. Water
loo: Andrew Sale. Renault; Frank Phillips,
Waterloo; Fred Fisher. Mnrrlmac Point: A.
Jung. Waterloo: H. C Jaeckel. Hooker:
Dald Schein. Burksville; Louis Schneider,
New Hanover: Phllin Janscn. Waterloo.
Resolutions were parecd Indorsing the
Kansas Cltv platform of 1900. the energetic
course pursued by Congrpssman Fred J.
Kern for the laboring clar. The conven
tion also Instructed for J. L. Pickering for
Supreme Court Clerk, and W. H. Matlock
for Appellate Clerk. The convention was
very larg and harmonious.
Cole County Rcpnbllran Ticket.
rtninjBLic special.
Jefferson City. Mo , May 31. The Cole
County Republican Convention met at the
Courthouse to-day and nominated the fol
lowing county ticket: Representative Doc
tor J. P. Forth: County Clerk, Emli Rnith
cl: Circuit Clerk, Charles Clarenbach: Sher
iff. Henry Hagcner: Collector. Chris J. Mil
ler; Treasurer. Emll Schott; Probate Judgo.
J K. Sommor: Coroner, Doctor Otto Fik
enscher: Presiding Judge County Court. T
M Barker: First District. George W Spurr;
Second District. F W. Heldbreder.
Beautiful Foot Stool, covered with fine
velonr. In various colors; legs made of
malleable Iron and finished with gold
b-onze regular price 50e Our Special
Price as above.
S Iron Tied, like out, nil sizes d gif
1 1 and colors, very substantial. D 3 s Q C?
Couchce, all styles, cov- &0 ffbffl '
ered In various coverings: 2&T yaei
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Afv . &,&$ W Bl S Iron 1Iko OTt-nil sizes Ctl I2fs ; Cr. &t -iS-lS.
il 1Mi" SJ& AT HI S and colore, very substantial. ? a. 05? I SSJ'VgsBSSIS:
!'- .- .. - '- 5 Chiffonier, like ent.
JedlnvarlousJcoverlngJ: 2L2ME '! oak, has 6 deep draw-?
j special rnces, irom - w -e- crs; a rare oargain..va
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Beautiful Jardiniere StanrL UV
cut, finished in Flemish and
mahogany: regular price IL00:
Special Price
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Piste mirror and nicelv
carved and flnLsbed ; rcgu-
i-Fiece Parlor Suit, xa"- Nothinff but the
Mahogany finished, Aif A r !' ELEaANT linb op j makes of Refriger-'
f rame covered in good f Uh iGo-Cart and Qj ggljators, Gt A QQ'
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CARPETS, ATTiGS ARgD OOflfB-SIZE RUGS.
Gocd Ingrain Carpat, per yard 33e
Better Grade Ingrain Carpets, per jd.SOc
Good Brussels Carpet, per yard 37o
Belter Grade Brussels Carpet, per jard fiOc
China Matting, per yard Oc
Better Grade China Matting, per yard. 1 Be
Good Jap. Matting, per yard lOe
Better Grade Jap. Matting, per yard..23e
Good Ingrain Hug. 9x12.
Better Grade Ingrain Rug, sn3..
Good Brussels Rug, room sizes......
Better Grade Brussels Rug. r. sizes..
we saeii the Celebrated Air Felt Mattress Co.'s Air Felt Mattresses. Call and See Them.
Out-of-Town Orders Filled. Goods Sold for Cult or Credit. Write for Illustrated Cataloirae Mulled tv-..
Democratic Primary at Holden.
REPUBLIC SPECIAU
Holden. Mo., May 3L The Democrats of
this township met In a primary convention
here to-dav to select delegates to tt Coun
ty Convention at Warrensburg. Monday,
June 2. A resolution Indorsing John Knott
of Hannibal and Wash Bronaugh of Clin
ton for Railroad Commissioners and Judge
Woodson of St. Joseph and Judge Valllant
of St. Louis for members of the Supreme
Court was unanimously adopted.
Delegates Chosen at Knobnoster.
nEPHBLIC SPECIAL
Knobnoster. Mo , May 31. The following
delegates were chosen here to-dav to the
Democratic County Convention at Warrens
burg June 2: J. V. Campb-H, Ed B. Harte.
A. M. Craig. M. Gulhen. Georee J. Tavlnr'
They are Instructed for Knott and Bro-
naugn ana ttooason ana valllant.
Vernon Connty Committee Election.
ItETUnLIC SPECIAL.
Nevada, Mo., May 3L The new Demo
cratic Central Committee of Vernon Coun
ty met to-day and organized, electing state
Bank Examiner C It. bunce chairman and
C. C Kllng secretary.
FELL FKOM STnECT CAH Jes.e s.
Watson. 25 years old. of No. 3t2S Laclede
avenue, fell from the back platform lof a
routhbound Broadway car at Morgan
street yesterday afternoon, sustaining a
scalp wound.
Itay Connty- Itepubllcan Meetings.
ItEPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Ttlchmond. Mo Mnv SL Mnss mm.tr.t-m
were held In the various townships of Ttay
BANQUET TO LAWYERS
CLOSED STATE MEET.
Judge W. 11. Williams of Boon-
ville Was Elected President of
Missouri Bar Association.
nnruBLic srrxiAL.
Columbia, Mo . May 3L With Its annual
banquet the Missouri Bar Association
closed Its two das" session In Columbia
this evening at the Gordon Hotel. Three
sessions were had to-day, the first two de
otcd to the discussion of papers and this
afternoon being occupied with the business
melting.
II. M. Smith McPherson, Justice of the
United States District Court of the South
ern District of Iowa, rpoke this morning
upon tho "Magna Charta," and the best of
the hour was taken up with a paper on
"illustrations of Progress" by Sanford B.
Ladd of Kansas City. These papers were
interestingly and profitably discussed.
President Tcr.sdalc's suggestion of yes
terday that the president's address not be
made to cover the statutary charges of all
the States was discussed and the motion
laid over. Hereafter that officer will dis
cuss only such changes as he deems im
portant.
Tho Torrcns Title Registration came into
the notice of the law ers and a commission
for discussion was appointed.
To Increase the attendance at next year's
meeting It was decided to make every mem
ber of the general council responsible for
th nttpmianre nf a new delegate each. Tho
meeting will be held during the seslon of
the State Legislature.
Judge W. M. Williams of Boonvllle. a
former vice president, was elected president
nt the buslnes" meeting this afternoon. The
retiring president. Judge W. B. Teasdale,
as customarily, was made delegate to rep
resent the association at the next meeting
of the American Bar Association and given
power to appoint his codeiegates.
The oilicers elected for next ear are:
President, Judge W, 11. Williams of Boon
vllle; C. F. Gallcnkanip of St. i-ouls, re
elected secretary, and Ablel Sherwood of
St Louis, treasurer.
General Council members, one from each
district, were appointed as follows:
Klist Judicial Circuit. E I: MeKee of Mem
phis, Second. M. D. Cambell of KtrksMlle: Third.
F v Coon of Princeton; Fourti. J. Klnnlsh of
Mound City: Fifth. J. M. Wilson of I'latte City:
Siuth. C. A. lloseaian of St. Joseph. Seventh.
Frank imilbllra or H-Jaln; nii-lth. J. F 11c
Entrre of St. Louis: Ninth. T. D. Gentry of Co
lumLls: Tenth. J. V. ttatsor. ot Ijiulstana;
EJevemh. G. ItotKrteon of Mexico. Twelfth. Vlr
Ell Conkilng of Carro'l'on: 3hlrtnh. L. Sil
ver of Jefferson City: Fifteenth. T. II. Harvey of
Marshall: Hlrt-ntn. S a. lud of Ajnas ct.
Seventeenth. It. T. Raymond of Harrl-onvlll':
Eighteenth. T. G llleha! of Ilomeir Nineteenth.
T. M. Jones of Rails, Twentieth. W i Orr of
Oirthsge: Twenty-first. T. F. Oreen of De Soto:
Tirenty-eecond i. It. Eiv rf Keiuiet: Tr.ent
thlrrt. O M Sebree cf SpnnsEeld; Tent-founh.
E. J. White of Aurora: Tnentr-fifth. Hugh
n-lhh. nf JnnMnr Ttrntv..lrth. B. O. ThurmCn Of
Iwmir- Twenty-seventh. M. Whbsrk of Marble
iiiu: ivrenty-eienin. l. u nre oi
Twenty-ninth. P. Pa-ks of Clinto-r;
Henry Lamm of Sedalts.
FEARS WELLS WILL
E TEXAS GAVE IN.
Modern Jeremiah Warn3 Washing
ton Officials of Impending Calam
ity and Wants Holes Plugged.
REPCBLIC SPECIAU
Washington. May 31. The eruptions of
Mont Pelee have apparently alarmed some
of the timorous In Texas. One of these be
lieves the digging of so many oil wells
near Beaumont makes a general cave-In of
that State a probability. A letter to this
effect has been received by the Secretary
of the Interior, as follows:
"To the Honorable Secretary of the In
terior: "I am very sorey to In form you that we
are bound to loose the state of texas and
the best thing that can be done is to step
all the holes up if possible and tamp the
earth wher the drills has bin put In the
ground so as prevetfl air from getting In a
ent some times is as bad as gas oomlng
out. s
"Tho hole united states Is In danger and
we must doo all we can to save her.
"You know a canon wont shoot without a
vent so a vent in the bowls of the earth
might cause lots of damege.
"Vou gle every bodey warning to flee out
of the state of Texas as she is bound to
sink the almighty has sent his warning.
Yours truly, ,
Uoberlv:
Thirtieth.
dominations Sent to the Senate.
Washington, May 21. The President to
day sent the following nominations to the
Snate:
Army: Colonels, to be Brigadier Generals
Samuel M. tVhltslde and Sumner IL Lincoln.
Infantry: Lieutenant colonels, to be Colonels
"nilllsm Quiaton and Jeese-C. Chance
JIaJors to be Lieutenant Colonels Ralph W.
Hon and George 11. Cornish.
uapiains 10 c AlAJors ynarie n. nauvnrwt.
AjTinan t. v. A.cnnex,
;nhrl
William Lssslter and
hrles G. Morton.
First Lieutenants, to be Captains George F.
laltzell, Edgar T. COcley. Edrar T. Collins. Se
tt, ennes ana Liman w. weicn.
Also Oenrre w. itibee. Receiver of Fubus
Monies at Oregon City, Ore.
fis
ST. LOUIS COUNTY PARAGRAPHS.
Marrlatee licenses were Issued In
Clajton eaterday to Luther Brookman of
No. 4472 Fairfax avenue and Cora Jones of
io. j rieoert street. James G. Bell, jr.,
cf St. Louis and Helen Brown of Webster
Groves and to lilward Courlon of No 31S
Berry street and Tina Robertson of No.
1311 South Ninth street.
Iljron 31. Scott was granted a di
vorce in the Clajton Circuit Court yester
day by Judge McUlhinney from Lizzie
Scott, on a charge of abandonment. The 1
BOSTON
AND RETURN
VIA
Big Four Route
' Tickets on sola June IX U, it.
THROUGH SLEEPERS AND DINING CARS.
Office. Broadway and Chestnut. u
cr address C. L. HILLEAItT. A. G. P. A.
St. Louis.
J? J
Wedding Silver.
See the incomparably beautiful Stock
of new things at
evmod & Jaccard's,
On Broadway, Cor. Locust St
i.
m
OWEN'S BODY ARRIVES TO-DAY.
Is Being Escorted by Elks of Gal
veston Lodge.
The body of O. E. On en. who died at
Ga!eston. Tex., Thursdav night, will ar
rive In St. Louis over the Iron Mountain
thl evening. It Is being escorted Dy mem-
couple were marriej in Jt.ne, 1SK and sepa- hers of the Galveston Lodge of Elks. The
rated In September. 1S37. I funeral will take place at 3 o'clock to-mor-
i row afternoon from the Church of the As-
The St. I.odU, IIHIaboro nnd South
ern Railway Company yesterday filed Its
acceptance of the franchise granted by the
County Court to build a railroad from the
southwestern city limits to Hlllsboro, in
Jefferson County. Thomas F. Sneed. presi
dent of the road, said that the work of
actual construction would be begun at -once.
Westerners In Jfeir Yorlc.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
New York. May 31. Among the arrivals
at the hotels here to-day were the following
Westerners:
St. Louie r. W. Olln. O. Realism. Manhat
tan: B. P. Yoakusn. Mlrs K-. YoalesTi. X. A. Mc
Millan and -Mrs. McMillan. 11, T, Nash. Jr.,
1 C Y.'lnchell. W. J. Thomas and Jfra. Thomae.
Waldorf: P. Ilauptrcann. Hofrmsn: Mrs Hurch.
Mlts Murch. Marlborouzh; O. M. Blediock. St.
Denis.
Kansas City Mrs. T. E. Clegg. Imperial.
to
Rptlpfnntnln fVmefprv.
O. E. Owen, who was formerly a resi
dent of St, Louis, was 23 years old. He left
here several years ago on account ot 111
health and went to live in Galveston, where
he became connected with the stationery
firm of Clark & Curtis. His father. Oba
dlah E. Owen, was formerly teller In the
Third National Bank.
Guard Affairs.
Illinois National
HEPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Springfield. 111.. May 3L Adjutant General
Smith has ordered an election to te held
,In Company D. Seyenth Infantry. Illinois
National Guard, at SXO p. m.. Tuesday,
June 10. for Second Lieutenant. Captain
Frank J. McGu'gan of the Seventh Infantry
will preside.
The election of Maurice J. Holway to ba
Captain (re-elected) and of John J. Barrett
to he Second Lieutenant frloa BuIBtsu) t
Company .L, Seventh Infantry; Is confirie)C
Upon his own annhcatlnn sjn.1 eh u.
pruvai oi ine ameers concern!,
Charles A. Benes of Comcanv n.
Infantry, is transferrod to th ki
corps of the Illinois National Gaarfl txA 1
aaaigucu iu uiv oecena imanqy. ,
Honorable discharges from the tnlUttnr:
service ot the State are issued, ta th t6ti
lowing enHsted men: t l
First Infantry Sergeant Georxa K. WsrSt
ington. Corporal Frank E. Coloraoa asl
Musician Harry u Page. Compaa8rB,I Pri
vates Gordon E. Bacon and WlfilonvVj .Dee,
Company G: Private Richard B". Beatdt,.
Company I: Privates WlUIam B. EsjgtEd'
Roy 8. Allen, Company L.
Fifth Infantry Privates Bert M. Bhoaes
and Fred O. Davis, Company C
ia
Rembllcain TlcJcet at Chester.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL,
4. j'
2
Chester tit to SI At PsraiMlniit i"3f
.t.. ii -t; "T.-f j 7r .v.: n rsz?i--i"" .
,u.ni.jr ciVUUXt UCW Ui LUIS COUS17 OHHTC
... .v.,v,..,i& viun h.j no.o f ITIil'HSilT-r ,
rnr county juage, a. u. Tttyior; Sharp; '
I. H. MeF&rland; County Clerk. Chariea
Thiee: Assessor and Treasurer, Hearyi
ouusi oupermicnuvni. oi ocnoois, el.. ao1
n-eivey ; ouniy t-ommissKioar, J. it Xstssj. .qn? 4,
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Weathered or Ortea Oak.
GIIU. SHOT IX HASD Miss Mary
TTMnniatenri nut nt v'n inn Delmar avenue
County to-day by the Republicans and dele- was struck in the left hand by a bullet
gates werechoscn to a Countv Conrontinn from a uivm nri -pridav evening. The
to beheld fa this elty on June S, at which rlflo was nrod by Willie, Harrigan. 13 years
time delegates -will .be ejected to the State. I old, at play with Ellis Goodwin of No. a
Judicial and Senatorial conventions, I Xelmar svrehue. The round. Is not serious-
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GERMAN REED i &USM UIIOS Styles
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