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THE -REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. AUGUST 16. 1902.
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THE NEW
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Brsadwij end Walnut Sf., Sf. Louis, Ma.
Take Market Street Cars direct to ana
Crom UNION DEPOT.
Tbls Hotel frill be open for business
August 18.
'AMBRICAN PLAN. 12.00 Per Day and Up.
EUROPEAN FLAN. $1.00 Per Day and Up.
Rooms with Bath, 0 cents extra,
P. SHORT, Proprietor and Manager.
Diamonds. Watches. Jewelry. Guns & Pistols.
Lowest rates of Interest. GLOBE,
109 N. 6th St., bat. Pine & Chestnut.
BARGAINS IN UNREDEEMED PLEDGES.
nmOUEY
TO LOAN.
In not from Jl to $100,000. at lowest rates of In
i. Van Raalte & Co.,
413 N. Sixth Street: also 21 J N. Seventh Street
Bargains la unredeemed watches, diamonds and
Kw.lrx-
PILE!
t Fcrmaceatly cured without rer
.Eictl eptrstlon. Curt Guir
lanfted. CocmltitUn fret. flnd
' Se atamn far S8 virt BookUt
DR. M. KKT SMITH. SpecUllit, 100 OllTt St.. St.Xouli, jtto.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOSEPH F. FARISH,
ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC TJUILDIKG.
TEL. MAIN 2018. KINLOCU A 073.
CITV ITEMS.
CLOSED at 1 o'clock to-day at Crn -ford's.
Do your shopping in the foreni.
VISITORS AT ST. LOUIS HOTELS.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Stephens of Colum
bus, Mo., are at the Southern.
P. A. Relnhart of Omaha, Neb., -was at
the Planters yesterday.
J. P. Tull of Kenwood, La., has rooms
at the LIndell.
P. F. Eaton of Boston, Mass., arrived at
(he St Nicholas yesterday.
L. M. Franklin of Springfield, Mo., is reg
istered at the Laclede.
Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas of Mont
gomery. Ala., are at the Moser.
Louis C. Buford of Kingfisher, L T., was
at Horn's yesterday.
J. H. Pirkey of Indianapolis, Ind., Is reg
istered at the Southern.
George Smith of East Liverpool, O., haa
rooms at the Planters.
W. T. Wade of Vlnlta, L T., Is a guest
at the LIndell.
C. E. Day of New York was among yes
terday's arrivals at the St. Nicholas.
Harry L. Manning of Kokomo, Ind.,
spent yesterday at the Laclede.
Mrs. J. Rose and family of Greenville,
Miss., are at the Southern.
J. A. Bradley of Nashville, Tenn., Is reg
istered at the Planters.
A. L. Hlgdon of Lampasas, Tex., Is a
guest at the LIndell.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stokes of Boston,
Mass.. are at the St. Nicholas.
O. L. RItchfleld of Lebanon, Mo., Is stop
ping at the Laclede.
William L. Smith of Kalamazoo, Mich.,
was at the Southern yesterday.
Mr. and Mra J. Ernst Jarratt of Ma
riana, Ark., are at the Planters.
D. B. Drake of Oklahoma City, L T ar
rived at the LIndell yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brunner of New Tork
are at the St. Nicholas.
J. L. Pattison of Covington, Ky., is reg
istered at the Laclede.
Cnrea the Drink Habit.
Tho Immune Treatment removes all de
sire for drink: and. in fact, makes alchollc
stimulants of all kinds offensive. The lead
ing business men and ministers of St. Louis
have Indorsed this method, and their let
ters will be submitted to any one interested.
Offices of tno PAQUIN IMMUNE COM
PANY are 417, 418. 419, 420 and 4a Fullerton
building. St. Louis.
Note When writing, mention "Republic"
PULLED TRIGGER WITH TOE.
Clans Eggers Used His Army Gun
to Kill Himself.
Claus Ecgers used the gun he had carried
In tho Franco-Prussian War to commit sui
cide in his room at No. 627 South Broad
way yesterday about noon, pulling the trig
ger of the weapon with his toe.
His shoe and stocking were found at the
side of the chair in which he had sat down
to die.
From information gathered by the police
it is Inferred that Eggers killed himself be
cause he had been separated from his wife.
He lived on the third floor of the building
and the shot attracted Emll Almoos and
wife, who have apartments on the second
floor. When they reached the rcom Eg
gers was dead.
Mrs. Almoos told Policeman Clark that
Eggers s wife had visited him every two
weeks since their separation and paid his
room rent. His wife's address could not
be ascertained by the police.
.The weapon with which Eggers killed
himself was taken to the Four Courts. It
is of a peculiar pattern and evidently was
made many years ago.
Correct Forms of Wedding? Invitations
Beautifully engraved by experts in our
own stationery -hops. Samples and prices
nailed free.
. MERMOD & JACCARD'S,
On Broadway, corner Locust street.
FOUND NEGRO IN HER ROOM.
Mrs. William Weseman's Screams
Frightened Intruder Away.
Mrs. William Weseman of No. 2319 Pine
street awoke about dawn yesterday to find
e, burly negro Btanding at her bedside. She
screamed for help and her husband, who
was in the .kitchen, ran into the room in
time to see the negro run from the yard.
The negro entered the house by climbing
Into it window near which tveo children
were sleeping en the floor. To get Into the
room ha had to step over the children.
Fred Jackson, a negro, of No. 2002 Caxr
street, was arrested yesterday and Mrs.
Weseman Identified him as the person
whom she found in the room. -m
97.00 tor the Itooal Trip,
Chicago to Mackinac Island, $6.00 to Mack
,nawc,ty and t0 Petoskey, Bay View
and Traverse City via Michigan Central and
St?11 fPi3" .ana Indiana Rys.
Tickets will be sold August 22d, good re
turning until September 2d. For partlcu
;?IS address L. D. Heusner, Q. W. P. A.,
119 Adams ntreet. Chicago.
Sorento Celebrated Birthday.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Greenville. IIL. Aug. 15,-Sorento to-day
celebrated the twentieth anniversary of the
arrival of the first family on the town site.
Speeches were made by Judge Cicero J.
Llndley of this city. Judge B. R. Bur
roughs of Edwardsvllle and Amos Oiler of
Litchfield. The celebration closed with a
display of fireworks to-night.
A TEXAS WONDER
HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY.
One bottle of the Texas Wonder, Hall's
Great Discovery, cures all kidney and
bladder troubles, removes gravel, cures
diabetes, seminal emissions, weak and
lame backs, rheumatism and all ir
regularities of the kidneys and bladder
in both men and women, regulates bladder
troubles in children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of
11. One small bottle is two months' treat
ment, and will cure any case above men
tioned. Dr. .E. W. Hall, sole manufacturer,
P. O. Box 629, St. Louis. Mo. Send for tes
timonials. Sold by all druggists. Office
SSI Olive street.
Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo. Dear Sir:
Less than one-half bottle of your Texas
Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, has cured
me of a severe kidney and bladder trouble,
and I can cheerfully recommend It to others
suffering in same manner. Yours truly,
H. F. OBEt!
At Wolff-Wilson Drug Store,
erner Sixth and Washington are.
Comptroller Player, in -His Annual Report, Demonstrates the Urgent
Need of Citizens to Eender Assistance for Adoption of Meas
ures to Give the City Power to Levy Appropriations
for Improvements Statement of City's Finances.
The annual report of Comptroller Player,
which was submitted yesterday to Acting
Mayor Hornsby and the Municipal Assem
bly, presents a series of arguments, main
tained by exhibits of financial transactions,
in favor of the proposed amendments to the
State Constitution.
With the assistance of clear statements,
showing the monetary difficulties under
which the municipality has been struggling,
Mr. Player demonstrates how urgent It is
for the voters of the city and State to ren
der willing encouragement toward propaga
tion of Important public work.
"The needs of the city are but Inadequate
ly expressed by the estimated deficiency of
about $1,000,000 for municipal revenue pur-
poses." Mr. Player states. "By far the
most important pressing needs have not
been persistently forced upon your atten
tion, for the simple reason that constitu
tional and charter limitations put it entirely
beyond the power of the city, even through
a vote of its citizens, to secure the large
amounts necessary for improvements in .the
way of the erection and completion of pub
lic buildings, the construction and repair of
sewers, and the reconstruction and improve
ment of streets, where the city's share of
the coBt is too great to be met by appropria
tions from current revenue.
"Serious consideration should be given to
the question of providing means for the ac
complishment of the following new public
work:
Public Buildings.
Completion of new City Hospital
Completion of new City Hah
2S5.0U0 01
zsu.ouj.m
xiospiiai jor i.nrunio ana vonvaiescem
Cases CO0.MM.tf)
Female Hospital 3uO,'00.!M
.Additions to Insane Asylum Suu.viv.w
Ten tire engine-house?, which with
cost of lota, equipments, etc.. will
coat 600,010 09
Total cost of completion and erection
of new public buildings J2,07S,OOO.W
"Other new buildings and additions that
will be required in the near future are a
Poorhouse, costing probably $1,000,000; a
building to accommodate the Jail, Criminal
Courts, Police Courts and police head
quarters, costing possibly $1,000,000; Health
Department headquarters, including an
emergency hospital, dispensary and ambu
lance stations, to be erected on the site of
the old City Hall, at a cost of about $300,
000; also, additions to the House of Refuge
and Workhouse, the cost of which has not
as yet, been estimated.
Sewer Work.
Sen erg for the River des Peres. Harlem.
Ginprass andXiUlse Creek alleys, the
construction of whicn will cost (ap
proximately) Jl.i20.OW.00
Reconstruction of Mill Creek Sewers by
replacing wooden bottom with a con
crete Invert covered by a wearing sur
face of vitrified brick -250,009 00
Total J1.670.WO.0O
"It was necessary to reduce the estimates
of the Street Department for the current
year $645,000, appropriated as follows:
From street cleaning;, labor and carts. .L$223,00.09
From street cleaning Block system of
cleaning streets in business section.... 40,0o0.00
From street cleaning;, atone and wood
blocks, brick and asphaltum pavement 80,909. to
From repairs of streets with Macadam
and other material 350.000.00
From street repairs Miscellaneous ex
penses in the way of repairing gutters,
curbs, cross-walks and alley entrances,
the opening of sewer inlets and cut
ting weeds, hire of teams for rollers in
the operation of steam rollers, etc 100,000.00
Other miscellaneous expenses t,i00.00
Total .0W.W
"It Is evident that something must be
done to relieve prevailing conditions. The
city must look for relief to the ccnstl
tutlonal amendments to be submitted to the
voters of the State at the election to be
held In November next. The purposes of
the amendments to the Constitution are
briefly stated:
"First. To authorize the levy of a tax
of $0.35 on each $100 of taxable property.
"Authorizing an increase in the bonded
indebtedness of the city, by excluding
from the computation In determining the
aggregate indebtedness the city may in
cur the $5,111,000 of a county debt aspumed
by the city at the time of separation Irom
the county, leaving the county kt the
time free from Indebtedness. Also exclud
ing the $5,S0S,000 of Waterworks indebted
ness. "At least 40 per cent of the revenue of
the State is derived from taxes assessed
against real and personal property of this
city, together with payments into the
State Treasury on account of licenses.
"During the last fiscal year the city
paid to the State for the purposes enumer
ated $1,234,077.02. In return? deducting the
city's share of the foreign Insurance tax,
$41,897.31, the State paid to the city $111,
880.63, being the Btate's portion of the cost
of assessing the revenue, and for witness
and other fees in the Criminal Court, to
gether with several small Items.
"The city cares for the State's halt,
maimed, blind, insane and criminals In its
institutions, and it is manifestly unfair to
deprive the city of the enjoyment of the
privileges accorded by the State to coun
ties. The law should be so amended as to
secure for the city the benefits of the same
State aid for its Institutions that is enjoyed
by counties.
"Your attention is also directed to the
necessity for amending the laws of the
State applicable to the city of St. Louis,
fixing the number of districts from which
Justices of the Peace and Constables shall
be elected, establishing their Jurisdiction
and defining their duties."
Estimates of Rercnne and
uumaiea as
FUNDS. Available for
Appropria
tion. Interest and public-debt revenue $2,239,848.28
Municipal revenue 6,660,140.22
Waterworks revenue 3,291,431.85
Harbor fund 117.040.4S
Totals
Deduction on account of deficiency in
quirements.
TO BE A SOLDIER'S BRIDE.
Miss Carrie Dana Is to Marry Phil
ippine Veteran.
Miss Carrie Dana, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. T. Dana of No. 2304 St. Vincent ave
nue, and James Jensen will be married on
August 27. The ceremony will take place at
Mr. Dana's country home, which is near
Luxemburg; St. Louis County.
Mr. Jensen was a soldier in the Philip
pines, serving as an orderly to General
Jacob Smith. A few months ago he came
to St. Louis, and shortly before the expira
tion of his term of enlistment met Miss
Dana at a drill at the First Regiment Ar
mory. Since then Mr. Jensen has been dis
charged from the army, and he proposes to
make St. Louis his home.
LIndell Hotel Turkish Baths.
New and modern. Now open to patronage.
IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION MEET
ING The Tenth Ward Improvement Asso
ciation will hold a meeting Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock at Chippewa Hall, Ore
gon avenue and Chippewa street. Doctor
B. C Kunge and Henry Falrback will
speak. The street railway and pure food
bills will be discussed.
8CHOOL BENEFIT AT HIGHLANDS
The management, oi tne orest iraric niBu-
lands will give a benefit this afternoon and
eyenlnr for St. James's Parochial School.
AMENDMENT
CONSTITUTION.
At tho closa of the last fiscal year there
were $730,739.83 more in the City Treasury
than at the close of the preceding fiscal
year. The receipts showed an increase of
$312,711.88 and the disbursements a decrease
of J113.CC7.S5. Of the aggregate balance of
S7S0.733.S3, only $303,553.93 are available lor
municipal purposes, as balances in all funds,
except municipal revenue, are, by law. re
served for special purposes.
The revenue is not sufficient by at least
$1,000,000. Comptroller Player says, for gen
eral municipal purpo?es. Owing to the fact
that a balance of IM3.333.93 wag obtained
by strict economy, appropriations were
larger this year than ever before. Never
theless, the estimated requirements for this
j rear are $462,000 In excess of the estimates i
for the last fiscal year.
Concerning revenue and requirements Mr.
Player states:
"The amount required to meet expendi
tures for purely municipal purposes, is $6S3,
229.82 In excess of what 1 estimated to be
the actual amount available for such pur
poses. At the end of the fiscal ear, 1902,
heads of the departments were requested
by me to submit estimates of requirements
for the current year, based:
"First On the minimum amount that can
bo made to cover expenses under pressure
resulting from inadequate revenue, and
"Second On the minimum amount required
to secure the be&t results and normal con
ditions, with due regard to economy.
"Tlie estimates submitted aggregated, for
municipal purposes, under the first con
ditions, $730,OUO. Under the second con
dition, $8,2S0,C0O.
"There can be no doubt that the revenue
of the city for general municipal purposes
is, at the lowest estimate, at least one
million dollars ($l,009,0uo; short of meeting
actual requirements.
"The estimated requirements for general
municipal purposes for the current year
(that Is, the year ending April 13. 1903,) are
nearly $462,000 In excess of the estimated re
quirements for the fiscal year Just closed.
The estimated amount available for appro
priations to meet these requirements ex
ceeds the estimate of last year by about
$673,000. The amount estimated as being
available for general municipal purposes for
the last fiscal year was $3,987,212.30. The
amount actually disbursed on account of
municipal revenue for the same period was
$5,983,673.02, but at the close of the last fiscal
year there was, as haa been shown, an un
appropriated balance In the treasury of
$305,555.93.
"This statement exhibits the receipts and
disbursements:
Receipts.
Year Tear
Bndlng Ending
April S, 'tL April 1,
02.
Interest and puDlia debt
.Jl.250.853.3 J1.160.S29.
,. S.975.SH.13 6,260,633.30
,. 1.630.M5.35 1,773,665.36
6I,73:.2 65,990.30
revenue
Municipal revenue .
Waterworks revenue
Harbor fund
Total receipts JS.918,S06.73 $3,261,215.61
Increase for year ending
April 7. 1902 341,711.81
Disbursements.
Interest and public debt ,,
revenue. ;,:,t: vvv
Municipal revenue Vlli'iivli
Waterworks revenue. 1,555.217.34
Harbor fund .4.0.
5.SSJ.673.03
1.2Z7.S27 U
SS.U23.0u
Total disbursements $8.S1S,W8.7J $8,470,478.73
0craxe for year ending
April 7. 1302 448.0.1.95
Excess of receipts over
disbursements for the
year ending April 7, 102. .80,733.83
The following Is a comparative statement
of the principal items of receipts ind dis
bursements in the closing year of the last
regime and the first year of this adminis
tration: Some of the principal items in receipts
and disbursements of 1900-1 and 1901-2:
RECEIPTS.
1301. 1302.
TnT
.J4.861.26S.06 $4,874,142.33
Licenses J.51S.S6S.6
Franchise 17,260.W
Surplus commisslones of
Collector. 6,323.18
Justice of the Peace
Courts 45,438.76
Police Courts 8,245.60
Market Rents 29,764.75
Scales 14,430,61
Boiler and Elevator In
spections 14,144.00
Inspector of Weights and
Measures 9.760.23
Building Inspector S.9S7.0)
itecording Deeds, etc 29,486.4)
Interest on Current De
posits 92.a3.29
"water Rates 1,607.105.82
Wharfage Harbor Fund.. 60.484.71
DISBURSEMENTS.
Courts J 371.2c2.68
Coroner and Morgue 21,033.33
Board of Engineers, In
spector of Weights and
Measures and Recorder
of Deeds 66,899.61
Fire Department and Flra
Alarm Telegraph 712,282.87
Health Department 787,712.70
House of Refuge, Jail and
Workhouse 184,212.40
Lighting Streets, Alleys,
Parks and Public Places. 423,185.25
Lighting Public Buildings. 91.304.SS
Police 1,53S,15.69
Public Buildings, Salaries.
Current Expenses and
Repairs 48.920.43
Parks 118,716.28
Sewer Department Salar
ies, Current Expanses
and Repairs 100.232.57
Streets 4S5.J73.12
Arsessment of the Rev
enue 78.492.44
CommlMlorer of Publlo
Buildings 17.C83.87
Commissioner of Suppjies. 16,258.31
Board of Public Improve-
1.7U7.143.57
ZK,1U9.21
21.624.S5
49,063.82
16,623.75
20,823.20
17.SW.80
13,874.00
9.868.75
14.240.(0
45,320.20
12i.249.23
1,756, B56.S0
65,181.65
$ 274.350.28
26,718.76
65,738.79
763.401.62
870,423.33
180,247.65
602,079.43
83.8M.77
1,623.061.16
50.807711
U5.3C3.6Z
97,839.07
433.720.43
72211.41
20.818.32
17,285.93
iiicuia -re3iacm s uc
partment .
43.S63.93
to.i2s.:s
48.660.C3
S3.341.16
4J.104.64
69.630.82
166, 463.66
uce
cense Commissioner .
Municipal Assamblv ...
49.507.2S
Contingent Fund 21,330.79
Election and Registration. 94.963.C3
.ranting and staUonery
for Executive Depart
ments S0.6S4.M
Plumbing Department .... 10.035.73
Waterworks Department.. 1,665.317.24
Harbor Fund 69,470.33
32,676.02
10.228.41
1.237,927. U
63, 02? Oi
Requirements for This Year.
., . . Excess of Est!
mated Ttesnur-
Estimated ces over Esti-
Require- mated Re-
ments. quirements.
$1,545,500.00 $ 694,343.28
7,349,370.04 689,229.82
722.456.98 2,568,974.87
65,160.00 51.SSO.46
$12.30S.40.81
$9,632,487.02
$2,625,973.79
municipal revenue funds available to meet r'e
". .r-
ivSb.0-wi2S h?w Justjces' courts , have
wi.i-1 al a ,osa xrom ! to 1902
Flical years
ending
April, life ....
April, 1S34 ....
April, 1837 ....
April, 1SS8 ....
April, 1S?3 ...
April. 1900 ...
April, 1901 ...
April, 1302 .,.
Excess
of cost.
3 18.029.69
19.S3I.05
1S.995.83
28.466.11
24.3SO.42
4S.233.S1
47.M2.59
44.043.73
3337,770.82 $813,722.60 J245.961.7S
Foresters' Leagrne Qntncy Excursion.
Sunday, August 17. Leave Union Station
a. m. via Burlington Route. Tickets,
ST. LOUIS COUNTY PARAGRAPHS.
-...
uertUa Allinirlit fllt .nil ,.. rtlvMKM
LILi ? .layton Circuit Court vesterday
afrunst William Athrl.ht .IImI.. ...,...-
innmiH. rr "'.;t .'i?. .jy-""
I?" Jt and separated August 2, 1902. They
h.av?.t7rree children and the plaintiff tsks
tor tbelr custody and also for maintenance.
The case of Scott Bronster, charced
with assault with Intent to kill, -was con
tinued in Justice Hansmann's court In Ma
plewood yesterday until September 9
George C. and George H. Fox and Robert
McyonneU swore nut the warrant against
Broustcr, charging him with arsauIUng
them on a street car. A similar chanre was
preferred by Brouster and Justice Hans
mann concluded to wait until It wrb -passed
upon by Justice Greensfelder, September 3.
yz " ..o. j.ub cuupie were xnaxnea iarcn
Charles Zlnere" Yeirterdn-v ant
tract of land on the Clayton road to Marv
W. Calhoun for $5,000.
Amounts Cost of
of fees, maintenance.
...J 9.954.80 J 27.SS4.41
... 65.28 SS.237.S4
.. 60,43.04 39.448.92
... 68,521.83 S3.S3.-.S4
... 5.6:3.39 81,053 81
... 62,353.19 11.604.20
... 45,435.76 S3.S11.7S
... 43.069.S2 93,102.55
"Lowest-Priced House la
Tills very handsome 14k. Solid Gold
Watch, richly engraved hunting
ca-se. with 15-Jewel nickel move
ment,
only
BROADWAY,
COR. LOCUST.
Wrllt for Catalogue.
MAILED FREE
"JUDGMENT IS BAD:
REASONS ARE WORSE"
Counsel for Prosecution Severely
Criticises Decision in Gay-
nor-Greene Case.
Montreal. Quebec, Aug.13. Donald Monas
ter, leading counsel for the United States.
to-day gave out the following statement in
reference to Judge Caron's Judgment In the
Gaynor-Greene case:
"In my opinion the Judgment is bad, and
the reasons In support of it worse. The
Judgment Is In effect a snap Judgment with
out an opportunity for counsel being heard
upon the whole case.
"The first ground of the judgment Is that
the warrant issued by Judge LaFontaine
for the arrest of the prisoners does not
contain tho date of the commission of the
crime."
Mr. McMasters considers this a most ex
traordinary reason, as he holds the warrant
to be in the words of the form prescribed
by the statute. According to him the date
In the warrant was not at all necessary,
neither by tho form of the statute nor by
the express terms of the extradition act.
"But fcuppoose that the date wero required
in the warrant of the arrest," he continues,
"which It certainly did not. Once the pris
oners are brought before a Judge or Jus
tice the date In the warrant becomes abso
lutely Immaterial.
"On the whole. I am unable to conceive
how this Judgment under such circum
stances could be rendered. The authorities
submitted on behalf of the United States
Government do not appear to have received
any consideration. Neither does the Judg
ment of Justice Andrews. It Is either ig
nored or lightly brushed aside. That Judg
ment was res Judicata. Justice Caron was
absolutely bound by its terms upon every
principle underlying the administration of
Justice."
Glasses Slionld Suit the Eyes,
And when fitted by Dr. Bond, our expert
optician, they always do. Steel frames
$1 and up; gold $5 and up. Examination
free.
MERMOD & JACCARD'S,
On Broadway, corner Locust street.
D. C. LEAVITT IS AWAKE
AFTER THREE MONTHS' SLEEP
Kansas City Man Appears Well and
Expects to Retnrn to Work
In September.
REPUBIJC SPECIAL.
Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 15. D. C. Leavitt
of No. S214 East Twelfth street, who slept
for three months, and was recently awak
ened. Is greeting friends upon the street
in a hearty manner and looks well. He does
not intend to resume work as a traveling
salesman until the middle of September, but
he looks heartier now than many men who
are perfectly well.
The case of Mr. Leavitt has attracted at
tention all over the country. He would
fall into one of his sleeps of several days
and nights duration and although unable
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ku ...-v uuumi ";on. au at-Vo.c..i..j i ue ionato saia ne was employed as a sales
unconscious, would hear the talk by his man by the Scalzo Fruit Company and his
bedside. Ho knew the physicians told his j friend was bookkeeper for his employer.
wife that his case was hopeless, and that,
hla rise w.ia hnneless. and that.
even if he recovered somewhat, he would
be an embecile and that the best thing to
do was to send him to an asylum.
His condition, so far as he himself felt,
was that of a man so weary that he cannot
keep his eyes open. But even when arou.sed
he could not express himself about the ter
ror which afflicted him. Upon being shaken
and called sharply he could speak, but al
ways in a drowsy way.
The theory that the principal nerve In tho
back of the neck had undergone a stricture,
producing possible congestion of blood in the
head, physicians say, seems to explain the
condition of sleep.
E. Jaccard Jewelry Co.'j Office,
Corner Broadway and Locust.
Write for catalogue, 3.500 engravings. Mailtdfrte.
ARTIST FRANK HOLME IS ILL
Well-Known Writers Take Novel
Method of Assistance.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL
New Tork, Aug. 15. Frank Holme, in
corporated, offered fifty shares of Its lim
ited stock to the public to-day. Its initia
tive was the love of men for a man.
Frank Holme, artist. Illustrator, wood
engraver and author of the 'Bandarlog
Books is the man.
Some of the men are Kirke La Shelle,
Ray Brown, George Bentham. W. W. Dens
low, George Ade and John T. McCutch
eon. They are the incorporators of Frank
Holme, Incorporated. Others who have
grasped the opportunity to buy a share of
Frank Holme are Augustus Thomas,
Frank H. Vanderlip, FInley Peter Dunne
("Mr. Dooley"). William E. Lewis. Charles
Dryden. Frederick Upham Adams, T. E.
Powers and John A. Roebllng. All were
members of the famous Chicago "White
Chapel Club."
Frank Holme has weak lungs. Physi
cians have told him a year or two in
Arizona will probably make him sound
again.
This unique stock company is to have
200 shares, of which Frank Holme will
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ju&vu xau r my on." ... wc auiu w w
.Anl. ... ..I....I.. .nnlt.l fnr ItiflHnimtiTii. 9t
. new bandarlog press in Phoenix Only
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2". "" v" " r-,-j- ,?, c ,jm::
,. yX. Tirnrlnrerl will be "The i "" i" """ suucuon, curcu u prcacrjp
PokerRubafyar Verses' Vmrke lZ tlonUon No' Etaer & Amend-
i
Salle, illustrations by Frank Holme. All
editions wiU be limited to 247 copies, each
each stockholder to receive a copy and the
balance to be sold at $5 each. Four books
will be produced annually.
Solpbogen relieves all stomach and bo we
troubles. Write for booklet. U24 Olive St.
IRON WDRTTFR FALLS Edward
T.
Clark, an iron worker, while working at
the St. Louis Porcelain Cement Works feU
twenty-five feet from a platform yesterday
morning, landed on a girder on the .first
Boor and sustained Internal injuries,
was taken home.
He
America tor Fine Qoods."
FINE WATCH
LlJffl
THERE are no other Watches like Mer
mod & Jaccard's. The name stands for
all that is best in the Watch world. Where
precision and accuracy are required one
should always use a Mermod & Jaccard
Watch. rJHry one sent out carries with it
the firm's written guarantee, insuring
superior excellence and perfect timekeeping.
Watches From $6 to S675.
Roys' and Girls' Watches S 6 to S 20
Gentlemen's Solid Sliver Watches. .S IO to S 50
Gentlcmeii'sGoId Filled Watches. -S20 to S 55
Gentlemen's Solid Gold Watches.. .S35 to S500
Ladles' Solid Silver Watches S 6 to S 18
Ladles' Gold Filled Watches S 15 to S 48
Ladies' Solid Gold Watches S20 to S400
Ladles' Chatelaine Watches S 8 to S675
MAIL ORDERS
CAREFULLY FILLED.
CIVIC LEAGUE AGTIVE
'IN CLEANING CITY
Requests Members to Keep Thor
oughfares Clean After Filth
lias liceu Removed.
The Civic Improvement League has
passed a resolution requesting every mem
ber of the organization to take up in his
neighborhood the work of keeping streets
and alleys clean after the rubbish and filth
has been removed through the city depart
ments under the orders of Mayor AVells.
The resolution provides that each mem
ber of the league be constituted a commit
tee of one of his neighborhood to stir up
the citizens to the necessity of maintaining
a clean conTJition of streets and allevs after
the cleansing by the city authorities is com
pleted. It is requested that where several mem
bers of the league reside in the same pre
cinct they should unite their efforts and,
when desired. Information and suggestions
be obtained from the officers of the league
as to the best methods of work.
The resolution was signed by the follow
ing committee:
William E. Guy, chairman; E. L. Ad-
reon, A. D. Brown. James W. Bell, Joseph"
D. Bascom, George O. Carpenter, J.
Charles Cabanne, Pierre Chouteau, John
Fowler, Frank B. Hlrschberg, H. C. Haar
stick, Alfred Shapleigh, Julius Pitzman.
George O. Thornton and Richard Singer.
Mayor Weils was informed by telegraph
of the proposed action of the league mem
bers and his opinion of the plan solicited.
The Mayor replied from Cape May, as fol
lows: "Think your plan most excellent. If
every citizen will perform his mite and
insist on the police enforcing the ordi
nances a decided change for the better
would be the result."
Card to the Public.
I wish In behalf of my associates to
thank the public of St. Louis, especially
those who take an interest for the sake of
the .-port of high-class racing, and also
thank the press of St. Louis for their cor
dial co-operation. It is the desire of the
Klnloch Park Jockey Club, whom I have
the honor to represent, to give a hish-clas
meeting for fifteen days. I have at their
request engaged the most skillful men at
my command to assist me In making the
meeting a grand success, which t has
already proved to be. The "train
service" in the future will be greatly
Improved and It will be the aim of tho
management to have the races over
by 5 o'clock each day. To-day there
will be four special trains from Union
Station and Olive street. In addition to
the events already offered, we will give an
extra handicap of $1000 next week.
P. J. CARMODY. Manager.
SCHLESSINGER GETS WARRANT.
Charges Customer With Obtaining
Goods by False Pretenses.
Adolph Schlesslnger, a tailor at No. 15
North Seventh street, swore out a warrant
yesterday charging Florian De Donato, Jr.,
of No. 5S82 Julian avenue, with obtaining
goods under false pretenses.
To George Fickheissen, Acting Assistant
Prosecuting Attorney, Schlesslnger said:
"De Donato ordered a suit of clothes of me
to cost $28. He sent a negro for the suit,
but I refused to let him have it without the
cash. In a few days De Donato came to
, me airnrananlft , annt!.., .-,,.- ,,
! iV ""' -:."- " ;- je. ."".
4"S companion explained that it would ho
' Imnncdhl. fnr. TV. nn.M ... ..... t.t i
until a few days later. I let him have the
suit and have waited all this Ume for my
money. I visited the vnune man' fnthor
but he refused to do anything fur me."
De Donato, who is a clerk at the Florita
Fruit rnmnnnv KT im v-.. rr.i.1.., . .
,j -.,.-. ..j, .w. .w. .ui VII X.lilU ilKCCL,
said yesterday afternoon that no papers had
i ","cu u" mm ana ne naa no knowl
edge of a warrant being Issued. He says
US. g1t,tle sult- but claims It did not fit.
.No bill has been presented to me," said
he. and I do not feel that I owe anything,
as the clothes were not what I ordered."
A BIrthdny-GIft nine
Is always appropriate. For August, the
"Moonstone." meaning "conjugal felici
ty." We have them from $2.50 to $15, and
set with diamonds and moonstone, ud to
$130.
MERMOD & JACCARD'S,
On Broadway, corner Locust street.
POLICE OFFICERS ARE SUED.
William J. Turner, a Secondhand
Dealer, Asks 24,000 Damages.
William J. Turner, a secondhand dealer at
No. 903 Market street, filed suit In the Circuit
Court yesterday against Chief of Detectives
William Desmond, Assistant Chief of De
tectives James H. Smith. Police Captain
Peter Reynolds and Detectives Henry Frese
and Patrick M. Lally for $21,000 damajes.
,rZnew PIantlff alleges that on October 1,
i j ? Durchased twelve gold watches and
gold rings from a customer. The property
was taken to the Four Courts and locked
up In a safe In Chief Desmond's office Tur
ner brought suit to recover the property.
The defendants told him, he avers, that If
he did not quit business they would force
him to. He was arrested on a charge of re
ceiving stolen property and was declared
not guilty. On another occasion he was ar
rested on a similar charge and a nolle
prosequi was entered In the case. He was
also prosecuted in the United States Dis
trict Court on a charge of having bought a
soldier's uniform and was found not guilty.
June 11 last, while he was accompanying
Detectlye Lally to Chief Desmond's office,
he charges that Lally struck him in the
face and knocked him down.
Rheumatism, more painful in this climate
SMALL WORM ATTACKS HEDGES
Farmers Near Holden, Mo., Are
Much Worried.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Holden. Mo.. Aug. 15. The farmers living
( southeast of liolden report tnat a small
green worm about an inch long with a web
is stripping the hedges. The limbs are as
bare as in winter.
When the hede-ea nn finished the neoDle
fear that the worms will attack the other
foliage.
"HUMPHREY'S CORNER."
IF YOU NEED-
CUiklnMj
Or
For yourself or boy,
Half trice. Jsote tne neaucnons:
Men's Clothing.
n Ai n aa m jt .a M M
Suits .JJli.
ll!uksB!?.e..S.e.?f. S9.75
"andant?".8..!:?.1! $9.75$3.00 and $6.00 Sailor $3.75
$12.00 Wool Crash Coats C7 7tS$7.00 and $6.00 Vestee CI Qfi
and Pants " ,y a i Suits pi.yt
$6 00 Silk C-I 7 ?$1.00 Negligee JOC
Coats ,,''a) Shirts '"
?'. S3.7S
- $2.25
P?4 3l.0
Genuine Seersucker Coat C.7 7 s?
and Vest 3J.JD
Hat Department.
. .$2.50
$3.50 Manila CO OS
Straws p&'&V
$1.90 Senlt CI (f
Straws I,UU
$1.25 Rough 50C
Straws .
Broken Lots Large and small sizes
only: values, $2.50. $2.00. $1.00 and $1.00.
25c
Broadway and
HUSBAND HAS FIERY ORDEAL
IN JUDGE SIDENER'S COURT.
Told Wife the Charge Was Disturb
ance of Pence, but She Learned It
Was Shooting Craps.
"Are you not ashamed to be caught shoot-,
ing craps with a negro?" I
With all the severity of his official de
meanor. Judge Sidener of the First District
Police Court addressed this quesUon to
William A. Jones of No. 212 South Ewing
avenue yesterday morning, in the presence
of the latter's wife, who believed that her
husband was charged with 'disturbance of
the peace.
Jones is a conductor, employed on the Jef
ferson avenue division of the Transit Com
pany lines, and his wife was under the Im
pression that he had become Involved In a
dispute with a passenger and had been ar
rested. "So you were shooting craps with a ne
gro!" exclaimed the wife in horror. "That's
what you were doing. That's the kind of
roan you are. I'll attend to you!"
The Judge endeavored to bring the court
room to order, but the wife was not to be
calmed in an Instant. The husband, mean
while, writhed in agony as his helpmeet
showered the vials of her wrath upon him.
Jones was fined $5 and given the alterna
tive of the Workhouse or payment of fine
and costs and returning, home. He had the
money, but the choice was not easy.
"There's not much to choose from, your
Honor." he said. "But I guess I'll pay the
fine."
After his arrest Jones did not get home
unUl E o'clock In the morning. He then told
of the Imaginary fight on the car and said
that he must go into court. His wife kept
her own counsel, but he had no sooner left
the house than she followed. His aston
ishment at seeing her in court was com
plete and he made frantic efforts to keep
the nature of the charge from her. But the
Judge thought that the best punishment for
his offense would be to humiliate him be
fore his wife.
Mrs. Jones said yesterday afternoon at
her home that she had been married nine
teen years and that no such disgrace had
been visited upon her.
Don't fall to advertise in The Sunday Re
public's "Want" pages. All druggists take
ads for The Republic
GAVE NEGROES A WARNING.
Arkansas Citizens Declare They
Will Lynch Next Disturbers.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Clarendon, Ark., Aug. 15. Shooting scrapes
and fights have become so frequent among
the negroes that the people begin to fear
injury from stray bullets and last night a
committee of thirty-five representative clU
zens called on three of the leaders among
the negroes and told them that the negroes
who next engaged in a disturbance of any
kind will be Ivnched.
No masks were worn.
"The Paragon Timekeeper,"
The most reliable watch made.
$19 to $160. See them at
MERMOD & JACCARD'S.
Broadway and Locust.
Writeor catalogue, 3joo engraving: Mailed fret
NO DELUSION ABOUT SNAKE.
Dead Eeptile in Keg of Beer Made
Crowd Sick.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Clarendon, Ark., Aug. 13. Several men
here ordered a keg of beer. After they had
Imbibed part of It they began to feel sick
and the peculiarity of their illness resulted
in an Investigation of the beer.
The keg was found to contain a dead
snake.
Now at 711 North Sixth Street,
Opp. Union Market, Hllgedag & Kramer,
Tailors and Clothiers, formerly 618 Morgan.
Sandoval Coal Mine Reopens.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Salem. III., Aug. 15. The Sandoval coal
mine, which has been idle since March, re
sumed operation to-day. John L. Robinson,
who has been the mine's superintendent for
some time, resigned and J. L. Mlddleton of
this place was selected by the mine owners
to fill the vacancy. The mine usually em
ploys 200 miners. Its closing down in March
was caused by the light demand for coal
and the low prices.
Korr at Til North Sixth Street,
Opp. Union Market, Hllgedag & Kramer.
Tailors and Clothiers, formerly (18 Morgan.
Two Accidents at Sams Place.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL
Bloomlngton, lllAug. 15. William Mans-
RB9CS0HEMIRN
Pure, Pale iiwlSparfdais. Bottle CWyafc tie fcewsyia St. Loak.
SOLD E.VER.TWHER.E. ,
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come at once and get it at
Boys' Clothing.
$12.00 Long Pant Wool S7.75
C "vt m nA T o tiri nfl Tit!. -..-
Crash, coat and pants.
$15.00 Long Pant $8.75
OitIi ...."-'
and"-;;' Pant $4.75
4t Cnl4s '
Suits.
toUSEf.. .SS.OOIL
Furnishing Dept.
$2.00 Manhattan
si.j?.8;
Shirts
$1.50 Manhattan $1.10
Shirts
$1.25 Madras 55c
Shirts
$1.73 French Lisle $1.15
Underwear .v
50c 25c
Suspenders
$1.00 50c
Hosiery
20c Hosiery. 25C
2 pairs
50c Club 25C
Ties
23; Fbur-In- 15c
Hands '
100 dozen high-grade AH-Llnen Collars.
5c
Co.
Pine, St. Louis.
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PARKER'S
Hair
Balsam
Promotes the grcvrtJi ot tho hair and
gives It the lustre andslUdnessol youth.
TTThM ! Viafi la tm-r trr InAoA it.
J BRINGS BACK THE YOUTHFUL COLOR.
J It prevents Dandruff and hair failles
S gnrl tpenR the scaln clean and healthy.
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'CLEANABLE"
REFRIGERATORS.
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St. Louis Office.
REPUBLIC BUREAU.
Or New Tork; Office, S Park Place.
Hotels and Resorts.
A. P.. AotrScsa PUa; B, P., EanptrnPlaa.
iiltlnon. A'froSS HatsI Reso.rt
Beston ateaBgft.
Hotel Ysndgim
Boston irol. Hstel Bransiri
RrnnlrilnN.Y. Booklet R. P.
Hotel St. 6eorg!
T HBp.
A. P. $Snp.
Old Pt CamfliriVa-H7e7elaHtl. Closes Sept.L
Ulan. bSIBIDriHtLCnimberlam Opens Spt.L
Poland Spring &jf & Peland Sp'g Haass
Rockland " m5?na. Tne Simojet
Bicker Hotel Co.
field, a negro, employed as eook by Chicago
and Alton signalmen, was killed by a train
this morning while asleep on the track ta
Atlanta, south of here. His home is un
known. This afternoon, at the same plaoe,
James Keefer. white, and a member of the
same signal force, bad a leg cut off and
sustained other injuries likely to prove fatal
while trying to board a freight train. In mo
tion. His home is in Indiana,
CHINAMAN MUST ANSWER
BEFORE FEDERAL GRAND JURY.
Charles Lee Declares He Did. Jfot Ob
tain Monty by Representing Hlm
celf as Government Officer.
Charles Lee, alias George Lee, alias Chlng
Chew, who is charged with having Imper
sonated a Government officer, was ar
raigned before United States Commissioner
Gray yesterday morning, and after pleading
not guilty to the charge was bound over to
the Federal Grand Jury in the sum of $500.
According to Information furnished by Jen
Fbo, another Chinaman, who lives in St.
Charles, Mo.. Lee collected $2.50 from him
on the preUnse that the money was for the
Government. Fbo claimed Lee introduced
himself as a United States Secret Service of
ficer and asked to see his (Foo's) naturalU
ration papers. Upon being shown the ces
tlficate Lee. so Fbo claims, declared Jha
protograph contained therein bore no re
blance to Foo and instructed the latter to
get new papers. Foo then gave Lee $2.50,
the amount asked by Lee as compensation
for the certificate.
Later Foo learned Lee was not an officer
and notified the Government officials. Lee's
arrest followed. The prisoner declares he is
innocent of the charge against him.
Be sure to send your "Want" Ads to The
Sunday Republic before 5:15 p. m. to insure
proper classification. All druggists take
ads for The Republic.
W. S. Fleming Appointed Treasurer.
REPUBLIC 8PECIAL.
Farmlngton, Mo., Aug. 15. At a meeting
of the Board of Managers of Insane Asylum
No. 4 here yesterday William N. Fleming
was appointed treasurer. The board will
meet again in September to appoint a su
perintendent, assistant superintendent and
secretary. The buildings wlU be ready fc
occupanoy by October 1.
Christian Endeavor Association.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Salem. TIL. Aug. 15. The annual conveSt
tion of the Marion Connhr Christian v.I.
deavor Association will be held at KlnmusN
dy August 23. Delegates will be in atteni
HuiB irou ui associations in tne county.
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