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THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1902.
KQ MSRE BARGAINS'
IN LAONORY SOAPS,
Manufacturers Ilave Advanced
Prices Twenty Per Oent in
the Last Three Months.
.COMBINATION IS SUSPECTED.
'Producers Ascribe ilse .Rise (o
Higher I'riw of Raw 31a-
i " Tallow.
Trie pr'es of all hlh-srade lauudry
aps. known to the trade as "ezira fam
IV." have btvn MaaiU advanreil vrit.'iln
Ihe last thrcn months by the maaufaciurerj
from art a erage of tt iO a box to the Job
b r. until now It has readied JiS.
The who.esalers have raised their prices
accordingly, ar.cl the department stores bars
ctased to sell fight bars for a quarter,
many of them havlnjr almost doubled thdr
prices. Those best Informed predict no fall
At the ft-irac time tho price of talloor has
risen from 5 cents to TH cents a pound, hav
1ns touched a maximum of S, cents a fetr
days aso. Thl3, the manufacturers say. Is
responsible for the advance. But managers
of department stores hint that tho factories
an in a combine, and have csreeil upon tho
WIUls E. Snow of the K. K. Falrbank
Company stated that there had be-?n an ad
vance, simultaneously, in all the materials
from which fcmp Is made, cotton-seed oil,
neat-foot oil and tallow. Thl? condition, he
said, was likely t- prevail until Febn-ary.
tvlien the effect of th9 autumn crop of
corn would be felt by the cattle, and thoso
n th market b cencrnlly fatter.
Mr. Snow scouttd Uie lca that the Beef
Trust as in any T.jy 2t;ponsibio for the
advance In the cost nt raw materials, say
fnjT that natural causes were sufficient to
account for It. He denied that there was
coliurfun anionjj- manufacturers. and
thought that the xnaxjnum price alrcady
had uen reached and that there would be
no further advance.
Bujer Pa?93iore of the notion depart
ment of Xueent'a said that while no one
could deny tho justness of the manufactur
ers clalra.t to a certain extent vfct jobbers
and retailers suspected that there was some
agreement among the factory managers
with regard to the price of their outpjt.
"Thero has been no rjiango whatever In
the toilet soaps," said i.r. Passmcre. "If
the raw materials enforced a change In tho
price of other so.ip?, it would seem that
theie, too. would be affected Tet no ono
denies that the advance in tallow must
have some effect. As yet the change has
not had. I think, very (Treat effect on the
retail trade, though there has been a Eta
em! strengthening of prices."
MORGAN AND HANNA START
FUND FOR MANILA MISSION.
They- Asiscrt Tlmt 51.000,000 In Needed,
of Which 91-48,000 for llnllrt-
lncrx In In Hand.
Kew York, Sept. IL J. P. Mor-jan and
Senator Ilanna. with George McCnllash
.Millar of this city, James !. lloughtelinc; of
Chicago, William H. Crocker of San Fran
cisco and Samuel JIather of Cleveland, axs
the signers of a statement Issued to-day,
nsUlrjfr for funds for the work of the Epis
copal Church In the Philippines.
"it Ja -important," says the statement.
that American ChrlstiaiJty should be In a
position to carry on such work amonjr tho
natives as will convinco them of the benevo
lent intention of the people of the United
The sum named as sufficient to yield an
ndcuata fixed Income is tl.000.0COi and Jlr.
Morgan's banking-bousa will receive this
sum. the Eigners agreeing to invest it and
pay out the income.
Of tho tl.00O.000 reeded, about $75,000 Is in
sight, exclusive of tho S14S.000 in hand for
buildings. It is said that Mr. Morgan gave
tloo.OtO to build tho Manila cathedral.
PEEP O'DAY CLUB REVIVES.
Expects to Become Banner Social
Body for Union Men.
P. H. McCarthy and S. H. McLaughlin
of San Francinco, the principal speakers at
the mcctuz of the Peep-o-Day Club last
r.lcht at the Buildins Trades Hall, told
stories of the old Peep-o-Day Club, vhich
was the banner social oreaniaztlon of union
labor in St- Louis u dozen years ago.
Tho officers of the new club are: Presi
dent. W. W. Morrison: vice preiiJant. Cor
nelius Fauntleroy: secretary. Thomas W.
Morrison; financial secretary. Jack Tweed;
sergeant-at-arms, John King; guardian,
Frank Murphy; Board of Directors, John
Regan. John Shorn. Thcmas.Redd. WUIlain
Jones. D. Duffy. C J3u7an, K3 Hart, James
Heath, J. J. Barney, Sidney Johmon and
V. S. Pastor.
Among thone -present were: P. H. Mc
Carthy. S. H. McLaughlin, President BuiH
Ins Trades Coundl, San Francisco: dele
nates from Building Trades Council of San
Francisco; Cornelius H. Mauntleroy. Doo
tor Johnson and Doctor Voerater. John J.
Began. D. Duffy. J. J. Sullivan, president
St. Louis Building Trades Council; Claud
Williams, business agent electrical workers,
John Grant of granite cutters.
TORN $5 BILL CAUSES ARREST.
Restaurant Proprietor Swears Ont
Warrant Against a Waiter.
To a torn $5 bill Stewart C. RayhSll, a
waiter, owes ls anest on a charge cf
grand larceny. Jeorge W. Ingle, proprleicr
of a restaurant at No. 90S Olive street,
e-ore out the warrant.
Ingle stated that $100 -was stolen from
him Wednesday night, and amomj the bills
was one of the 15 denomination, which was
torn in two. In taking the money he said
the thfcf left half of the bill In hfs pocket.
Yesterday Ingio went to the Subtreasury
and asked if the half of the bill he had
' was redeemable. The clerk Informed him
that the other half had been presented for
redemption by a young -man -who gave the
name Stewart C. RayhilL Ingle recognized
rtayhlll as one of his waiters, and at once
requested a policeman to arrest him. Ray
hill was on duty when the patrolman en
tered and took him into custody.
Xenla, 111., Sept. 1L Mr. Edgar Tracy
and Miss Gortrudo Edwards, prominent
. young people of this cltv, wero married at
tho CathoUo Church In Flora, to-day.
There Axe Many More in St. Louis.
Gratitude makes thousands of willing
-witnesses. Thero are marry grateful peo
ple in St. Louis. Tho testimSny of friends
and neighbors of people you know 1 evi
dence beyond dispute. Read this -statemect
made by a St. Louis citizen:
"Veteran P. H. Meyer, carpenter, of No.
TM7 Missouri avenue, says: "For Ave or six
years I had kidney complaint, evidenced
by dull pain across the small of my back,
sometimes so bad that I could not stoop.
Tho condition of tho kidney secretions
plainly Indicated thera was Eomcthms
wrong1 with my kidneys, and often in tho
xaomins' my back was eo lame I was
scarcely able to rise, and I felt miserable.
Shortly after I went to the Wolff-Wilson
Cb. for Doan's Kidney Pills, and com
menced th treatment . the last attack
stopped, and the kidney focretlons, which
rere like coffee la color, resumed their
sormal condition. I can certainly recom
mend Doan's Kidney Pills after -what they
did for ce."
Fot sale br all dealers. Price 60 cents.
yoster-MlIbum Co.. Buffalo, N. T. Sole
agents for the TJnltcd States.
Remember the name Dsan's and take no
Si: 1 0hMHL"rv-i -ft
Wa tegEMBM&gZi&itSsk fill
TTho will plar M1f3 ranlknr in Herbert Kelcey"s revival of "Sherlock Holmes" tt the
Olympic. Sho was seen here last season in "Her Lord and Master."
ALL OBSTACLES FOR
BEEF MERGER REMOVED.
Consolidation of the BIc Interests
"Will Co Into Effect oa
Chicago, I1L. Sept. 1L At a meeting in
the First National Bank building, attended
by representatives of all tho big beef in
terests this afternoon, it was decided that
the greater merger of the packing Interests
will go Into effect September Z7. Calls for a
final meeting of tho merginjr of the packers
will be issued next Monday. This is on the
authority of a man present at the meeting
Indications point to the removal of ob
stacles in the consolidation of the beef
packing companies, and persons in clo9
touch with the owners of those concerns
declare that tho deal will bo carried on
now to a conclusion.
Perhaps as good a sign as any of the fa
vorable turn In the conditions was the
sliArp advance in Swift Co. stock to-day
In Ihe local Stock Kxchance. It opened at
1CS. was bought up to 1C3, and closed 1 point
under the top. It was stated that the Ar
mour nnd Swift interests are now in per
fect accord on the consolidation plans, and
that the Bchwarzchlld and Sulxeberger peo
ple have agreed to more reasonable terms
than they would listen to in the beginning.
Prominent banking; Interests here stale that
the deal Is again in sbapa to go through
and that it will probably bo pushed to com
pletion. Some local bankers expect to furnish part
of the underwriting fund and the balance
will come from New Tork.
LOOKS LIKE ALASKAN TRUST.
Combine of Transportation Com
Washington, Sept. IL On the Fort St.
Michael Military Reservation, at the mouth
of tho Yukon River, Alaska, has been
formed a combination of transportation and
The combina Is known as the North Com
mercial and Northern Navigation Company
and it was recently formed by the merging
of tho Alaska Commercial Company, the
Empire Transportation Company, the
Alaska Exploration Company, tho Seattlo
and Yukon Transportation Company and
tho North American Transportation and
Tradinc Company. r--h of these com-
faniea have In the rv been granted by
be Government revocable licensed to cer
tain stretches of the St. Michael's water
A few days ago the Washington represen
tative of tho combine requested the Acting
Secretary of War to renew all the licenser!
to property held bv tho separata companies
in the name of the combine'.
They claim that each company should bo
permitted to go into the merger carrying
all its Iicnse3 and property rights. Act
ing Secretary Sanger is unabla as yet to
state what will be his decision.
TO END CROKER DOMINATION.
Sheehan Gives Plan to Eliminate
Former Boss's Influence,
Jfew Tork, Sept. IL John C. Ehhan
squarely acknowledged to-day that his plan
for ending the Croker domination In Tom
many Hall is to bring about a combination
of his followers and the Carroll men in tha
new Democratic County Executive Com
mittee. Eheeban said:
"There will be a combination of the antl
Croker forces in the new Executive Com
mittee, which will drive Croker from poli
tics for good. The combination vlll hare
about twenty of the thirty-seven members
of the committee. The Greater New Tork
Democracy will elect eight or nine mem
bers. There were eight or nine Carroll men
on the committee at Its last n.ceting. Some
of these may not be re-elected, but there
will bo enough of them, with our men and
some others, who will come over to us
frcm tho Crokr ranks, to gain controL"
PROFESSOR LEVI 5. LOXDOJT.
Superintendent of Clarlcsrllle School
Suocnmbi to Appendicitis.
Clarksvilie. Tons.. Eept IL Professor
Levi S. London, superintendent of the
ClorksvlUe public schools, died at noon to
day from appendicitis, aged 34 years. Tho
body was shipped to Braulov County. Ten
nessee, the home of his childhood, to-night
He leaves a widow and two children. Ho
was a member of the Baptist Church and
Knights Templars for six years. Prior to
coming here ho was superintendent of
schools at Bristol. Tenn. For vears he was
a. member of the Tennessee State Board of
Education as was one of the rccst promi
nent and successful educators in the State.
He was educated at the Peabody Normal
a J,ash-rtUa and taught in Knoxvflle and
Tullaboma. Teaa, at different times. He
was taken 111 tha day he entered upon his
school duties here, September L
iiiJ.tuitEa miles ax nora.
Record Rem on IVabaab. Road Between
Wesv nnd Rlveralde, IU.
Sprlnsfleld, HL. Sept. IL The TTun.
City express, on the Wabash road, made
the record on that system for fast running;
The run wan made between Wea and River
side, over a distanco of six miles. This was
covered In four minutes and eleven seconds.
Ka Mm vhIIa k.ln M - a m. . .
STtlf .SP?-.!" ih ?, ? cons or at tha
rata or a'hendred miles an hour.
jt izms "ue w 'juiy-rwu ec
CHOLERA ALMOST WIPED
OUT AN ENTIRE CORPS.
Of Ten Thousand Borneo Soldier lll-
palrlird AKaInt Ilrad-IInnters
Scarcely 1,000 Returned.
San Francisco, Spt. IL A remarkabla
story of how almost an entire corps of
Borneo native soldiers were destroyed by
cholera comes from Honolulu. For soma
time tho head-hunters had been very active
on the Batang Luper River, and the Rajah
decided to send an expedition to punish
A rendezvous was appointed at Slmang
gang, whence TOO boats-, carrying 10,000 of
the best soldiers of the island, started up
the river frcm Simanggang. In the first two
days two deaths occurred from cholera, but
tlic&e passed unnoticed.
During- the .following- two days, however,
the disease spread rapidly and. Instead of
being able to attack thq head hunters in
large force, the commander was able to de
tach only about a thousand men as a Cy
Ick column Tills- column went Xo six vll
lagvs of tiretbearf. hunters, "dr8v the In
habitants away and destroyed' tho huts, but
the hand of death was upon thera and, after
tha third day, their ranks began to dwindle.
They hastened back toward tha main
body but. Instead of finding the expected re
lief, the few hundred survivors found tha
army in even worea straits than themselves.
From a dozen deaths the first day the rate
leaped to over two hundred the second, to
&e hundred the third and whan the column
reached camp on tho fourth day nearly two
thousand of their comrades had died.
As the rvmnants of the main body of
troops went down the river, they saw tha
most shocking sights. I.ing on the banks
wera hundreds of corpses of the soldltrs
who had deserted in a vain ort to escapa
death. Groans of the dying were heard
from all sides and deserted boats were
everywnere. Scarcely a thousand survivors
reached Simanggang, and it is doubtful If
mora than LKO in all escaped.
Unconscious of the disease, or indifferent
to it. bands of bead hunters followed along
the river banks as the survivors made their
way to Simanggang and decapitated hun
dreds of the dying. No effort was made by
the soldiers to atop th murder of their
comrades. Their sole thought was an es
cape from the placa of horror.
PECULIAR LEGAL TANGLE.
Wolf Mantlelberg Apparently Has
Two Wives on His Hands.
New Tort. Sept. IL When his divorced
wife, who ran away to St. Louis, leaving
her three children to shift for themselves,
returned. Wolf Mandelberg of Jamaica, who
in the meantime had married again, turned
to his old love and sought to rid himself
of tho new.
Because of the ligal tangle in which he
and his wives now rind themselves Justice
Cochrane of the Supreme Court, sitting in
Brooklyn, has found it necessary to set
aside a decreo annulling the second mar
riage. There was no question among tha law
yers that Mandelberg was legally married
to his first wife. Annie Mandelberg. Tha
papers in the casa show that she left him
and their children in 1S99 and accompanied
Ika Remsen to St. Louis. Her husband
secured an absolute divorce, naming Rem
sen a corespondent. Mandelberg married
Rcse Wemster after the divorce, and in a
year a child was born. Then wife No. 1
returned, and, not having contested the
divorce suit, was allowed to reopen the
Sase In court. She succeeded In having the
ecree of divorce set aside and went back
For six months there were two wives
fighting for legal recognition in tha Man
delbers household, but in the end the first
one succeeded in hTing the second mar
Mrs. Roto Mandelberg. the second wife,
while these complicated legal proceedings
were In progress, says she knsw nothing of
them. and. although physically forced to
leavp Mandelberss bouse, believed herself
still bis wife, and began a suit for abandon
ment against liira. He produced a decree-of
annulment cf their marriac?. and she went
to the Supreme Court to have tha decree set
aside. That was done by Justice Cochrane
Now Mr. Mandelberc has apparently two
wives on his hands. Tha divorce by which
he rid himself cf the first one has been an-'
nulled and the annulment cf tha second
marriage has been set aside.
KILLED BY BITE OF A FLY.
George Lindhurst Poisoned by an
New Tork, Sept. IL Killed by the bite of
a fly, Georgo Lindhurst, a glass mclder, W
years old, was buried In Evergreen Ccme- I
Ury to-day. Two weeks ago Lindhurst was
bitten on the right hand by a mosquito. I
He scratched his hand and come of the i
flenh peeled off.
The next day, while he was at work a
large black fly alighted on the wound and.
according to doctors, injected poison into
his hand. Various remedies were subse
quently employed to counteract tha effect
of tha poison, but all were in vain.
Grady" Mind 9tI m. Blank.
New Tork. SepL IL Henry W. Grady, who
was found wandering- In a dazed condition
through City Hall Park Wednesday after
coon, is resting well In a private sanitarium,
to -which be was sent by his friends. The
'jhyBcical condition B entirely latlaiactory.
T3U mind aUll a blank. BOwenjrv
NEW RAGE TRACK
MEANS A TURF WAR
Proposed Course in St. Louis Will
Have Many Things Too Diffi
cult to': Overcome.
STRONG EXISTING COMBINATION
Ailler, Cella & Tilles. Owners of
the St. Louis, Memphis, Little
Bock and Xaslivilte Tracks,
Strongly Intrenched in the
Western Jockey Club.
Racegoers are not prone to take much
Interest in the political or commercial side
of sport as sport goes In this land of the
dollar. New race tracks, new race-track
combination;, fights, quarrels, beer sales
and other i?uc appeal but slightly to fol
lowers of the turf. It is with tho horse,
the tralntr. the jockey and the race that
the turfites like to deal.
Recently quite a few persons have asked
me about the exact status of the proposed
new race track which has been largely ex
ploited in local newspapers.
Thcro Is scarce a doubt on earth that Mr.
Carmody can. and probably has, secured
backing to build a new race track, with
Mr. Otto Stifel managing the finances of
the deal. Money is easily secured. Also
the site. Also the architects to plan tba
buildings and laborers to build it, the me
chanics to beautify It, the horses to run
on It, the people to patronize it, jockeys to
ride on it. bookmakers to book, provided
the track owners can get dates on which
to run It.
Just now the Western Turf Is In the
hands of the Western Jockey Club, in
which all the racing tracks In the. West are
combined. No track can run a legitimate
meeting without Western Jockey Club sanc
tion. If any track wants to run an "illegit
imate" meeting It can do so.
But horse owners, riders, olBclals and all
persons participating in such a meeting will
be barred from racing on Western Jockey
Club tracks. This at present means that
they are barred from racing in Chicago, St.
Louis, Memphis. Nashville, Little Rock.
New Orleans. Detroit, Toronto, Milwaukee
and on all the Eastern tracks. Because the
Westtrn Jockey Ciub's rulings are rec
ognized by the jockey club which governs
racing in the East. The only placo where
such owners can race is in California.
JOCKET CLCB PURPOSES.
The Western Jockey Club wa? organized
in 11-01 to protect the Fair Grounds from
the threatened opposition of Delmar and
to relieve the Harlem and Hawthorne tracks
of Chicago from tiie threatened opposition
Aujer. Cella and TUles had just spent
somttcinir like SSu.OOj bull ling LHlmar race
track, 'me organization of tne Western
Jockey Ciub made Delmur worthless ca a
racing plant, in order to rave :ho i2S0.OX)
lnesiea in Deimar, Adler. Cvlla and Tilles
weie forced to pay something like Jum.lvw
lor the Fair Grounds.
This uutcaae cave Adler. Cella and TUles
a free hand in at. Louis. They were in a
position to promts: horsemen to run with
them at least tix months racing every year.
Then, through the purchase of tha Fair
Grounds, they achieved admission to tha
Western Turt Congress, a reg-Jlariy organ
ized and recognized turf Ixniy nnlch had
been In exlslei.ee fur eara, and whlcn was
recognized at home and aorjad.
Another Important point was gained by
tba purchase of tha Fair Grounas. Many
horses owned by all sorts and monditlons
of owners were entered in stakes at that
track. The owners had' paid thousands in
entry fees, forfeits, etc.. on these horses.
When the Western Jockey Club attempted
to put a rule in force outlawing horses,
owners, riders and trainers that competed
on Turf Congress tracks, several Influential
They said that they had paid entry fees
and torfeits and wera entitled to run for
their money. They said they would run
whether the Western Jockey Club liked it
or not. As these protestants numbered
among them all the big owners in tho West
the Western Jockey Club withdrew its out
law rule as far as it concerned horses en
tered in stakes. As nine-tenths of all horses
running, good or bad, are entered In stakes
by way of compliment aha rule was really
aorogated and the Jockey Ciub left with
out a weapon. Then every track in tha
country tave the two Chicago tracks and
Latonla strung with the St. Louis people,
and an excellent season of racing accrued
to followers of tha Turf Congress.
In the winter of 1S01-03 the tight between
tha Western Jockey Club and tha St. Louis
tracks was settled by the aumi3sion cf tha
two St. Louis tracks to the Jockey Club, and
a general reorganization all around, which
made tho Western Jockey Club an slr-t'ght
combination, with tracks in every city of
racing importance In the West, and a strong
determination to keep out competition.
The Western Jockey Club was organized
for the purpose of destroying Adler. Cella
and Tilles. They met the promised ruin by
grabbing the Western Jockey Club and pul
ling it in their pockets. Tney new have
four tracks in It two lo St. juis. one in
Mempnls and one In Little Rock. They also
control Nashville. Thus they absolutely con
trol three spring tracks and two bummer
tracks, and are in a comblaation with the
two summer tracks at Chicago and the
winter track at New Orleans.
POSITION OF LOCAL. MEN.
Here is where Adler. Cella and Tilles set
In good. They did not have tha awiul
weapon of combination tney posje&s, made
for them. Tnty wanted fair Jnd open com
petition. It was denied them. Tney then
tougnt anu wresteu tne weapon from their
taeiutes. Sok that tney have secured poa
tess.on of it at great cust tew will Centura
them lor using ugalnst others the weapon
which was so freely used against them.
It coet Adler. Cella ana Tilles half a mil
lion dollars to break Into the Western
Jockey Club. It was organized for their
destruction. Having secured the weapon
meant to shut them out of competition, u
it likely to leave this deadly weapon in its
shield when they are threatened with com
In the big fight of last year Kinloch sidel
with toe Vestern Jockey Club against
Adier. Cella and TUles. When the fight
was over Kimocn got fifteen cays' racing
in tho spring and iitteen days in August.
Dclmar and the Fair Urounus got tne re
mainder of the summer.
If soma one builds a new track in St.
Louis and asks the Western Jockey Club
lor dates it has no more' reason to expect
to get what it desires than Deimar would
have had to get what it wanted had It been
competing with tne Fair Grounds with that
UacK in the Western Jockey Ciub.
If you auk Adler. Cella and Tiles if a new
track would get fitty days racing dates, tne
minimum period la which it could expect
to pay its way, they will say: "Wa do not
know what tne Western Jockey Club wlU
Every one knows what the Western Jock
ey Club was organized for. It Is reasonable
to suppose that if a new raco track is built
In SL Ixj-ls the Western Jockey Club will
tell its owners to go ahead and race every
day it it wants to. It is also reasonable tp
suppose that it will refuse a fair number of
dates. Then if any horses run on it their
trainers and rider may be suspended, de
nied the nrivllpce of racing on Western
Jockey Club trades hi all other cities.
ur course 11 Mr. -.armoay ouita off his
plan of paralleling the Western Jockey Club
track with tracks of his proposed Ameri
can Jockey Club, one track for track In ev
ery city, with the Gates-Drake millions, said
to ba at his command, things will be dif
ferent. At best a race track Is a risky proposition
In which to Invest money. Tba ring end
makes it more or lesa of a dusky busi
ness. Putting money In a race track and
buying- a race track light with it Is an extra
nasty risk. The writer does not know tho
inside of affairs, but to his eye a new track
In St. Louis now would be j-Jst what Del
mar was prior to its purchaio of the Fair
urounas not worth 10 cents on tha dollar.
Mr. StifeL. the reputed backer of the new
track, was a reputed stockholder in Del
mar. When the fight with the Fair Grounds
and Western Jockey Club came up. it Is
said that Mr. Stifel very prudently disposed
of his Dclmar stock and has not sine had
any reason to regret It-
Ia the opinion of the writer. It would ba
making easy disposal of money to build a
race trade unless tha owners were guaran
teed at least forty days good summer racing
each season by the Western Jockey Club,
or by some equally powerful combination.
And such a combination must be in a po
sition to guarantee six months racing to
horsemen, if not twelve months. If it can
sot do this. It has slight chanca for exis
tence. Thoofh rxoa track and, an proprietary
portlnf competition of tha "rjfkjr kin
is Ike duir of th: hud of retry h.outt
held to froztii sgiimt the hjUk-'eivs pf
tnlUr to summer. Promptness m the treat'
ment of these mjljdtes -zculd often frereit
serious illness, perhsis death. MUSYON.
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disease. If they are net in the house
they should be bought and kept on hand.
In case of sudden development of the
symptoms of any trouble the proper cure
for that trouble should immediately be
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For indigestion . and dyspepsia take
Munysn't, Dyspepsia Cure. For head
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Cure it will cire in three minutes. For
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Munyon's Liver Cure affords quick and
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blood, and eruptions that are chiefly an
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Munyon's Pile Ointment speedily and
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especially erTicacious in alleviatinr the
fain intensified during hot weather,
f you are subject to colics, cramps and
diarrhoea always be fortified with Mun
yon's D. D. and C cure. Munyon's
Constipation Cure has relieved thou
sands of the most obstinate cases where
everything else has failed.
A separate cure for each da eases ai all
Vu&iitr. 25c a vial.
are always costly, and too often injurious
if not absolutely ruinous to tha sport they
HflVct. horaa owners would welcome all the
! tracks that could be built. Competition Is
the life of trade, and more tracks means
bigger purses for owners.
Tha probabilities of to-day's races at Del
mar are far more interesting to turfmen
than all this vaporing about problematical
raco tracks, and all this writing is a mere
gross waste of space. No track Is of much
Interest to the average reader of turf news
until tha bugle blows for the first race.
TROTEST AGAINST THE FIGHT.
LonUvtlle Citizens Hold Mcetlnjr to
Prevent Corbett-McGovern Bant.
Louisville. Ky.. Sept. IL A mass meeting
attended by about 00 citizens was held at
Music Hall here to-night to protest against
the fight between Terry McGovern and
Young; Corbett, which is scheduled to tako
place at the Auditorium in this city, Sep
Speeches wero made, denouncing tha
fight by several prominent laymen and
preachers and resolutions were adopted
calling ui-on Governor Beckman, Attorney
General Pratn Mayor Grainger of Louis
ville, the Sheriff and all the Constables and
Justices of tho Peace In Jefferson County
to do all In their 'poWer to prevent tho con
test from taking place In Louisville.
It was al."0 suggested that in case the
officials refused to act warrants should be
sworn out against the principals and an
Injunction secured to 3top the fight. A
committee of ten. headed by Helm Bruce,
a prominent attorney, was appointed to
take any legal action that might be found
CLEVELAND PLAYERS LOYAL
Jo is, Bradley nnd Gochnnar Torn
JUovrn Brooklyn Offer.
Cleveland, O.. Sept. 1L Charles H. Eb
bltt of the Brooklyn National League Club
was in this cltv to-dav and talked with
Pitcher Joss, Shortstop Gochnaur and Third
Baseman Bradley of the local team relative
to joining the Brooklyn team. Mr. Ebbltt
Is said to have made unusually large offers
to the players, and Bradley states that he
was offered JCOOO to sign a two years con
tract. The men did not accept the offers, bow
ever, and state they wlU remain with
BEATING FOR FATHER
OF EVERY GIRL BABY.
London, Sept. IL In a dispatch
from St. Petersburg, tha correspond-
ent of tha Dally Man relates that
the commander of tha Cossack sta-
tlon at Wertschink. anxious that bis
district should show a preponderance
of males, has ordered that the father
of every girl baby bom In the dls-
trtct shall receiva fifty strokes with
Several men,mys the correspondent;
have already been knouted under
PORT COLUMBIA IS ON FIRE.
Prairie Fire Ignites Oregon Town
Steamer to the Rescue.
Astoria, Ore.. Sept. IL Port Columbia.
Wash., la on fire, a result of tha prairie
fires raging In that part of tha country.
steamer has left hero to render assistance.
NEW TORK-Juan Y Jlmlnez. former
President of San Domingo, appeared in Po
lice Cojrt us complainant against Abelardo
A. Mo5COK. who he alleged had assaulted
him. The magistrate held Moscoso la "3G0
osu lor tnau
CLNCINNATI The National Association
of Master Bakers has adjourned, to meet
next year in Philadelphia, and recom
mended St. Louis for the place In 1904.
ABERDEEN. S, D. J. Webb Lewis, ona
of tho best-known citizens of Edmunds
County, has been arrested on a charge of
robbing the vault of tha County Treas
urer of about CSG0 In gold.
DETROIT. MICH.-Nearly ICO delegates
to the National Firemen's Association Con
vention were present at the first session.
Fire chiefs from all parts of the country
are amonr the delegates. '
SAN FRANCl3&"-The steamer Jessia
Banning, under charter to the Colombian
Government as a jrunboat. Is to taka on
her armament in the port, and she will
Fall south with a large cargo of arms and
ammunition for the South American Re
public's use In fighting tha rebels.
QUEENSTOWN The steamer Oceanic,
which has sailed for New York, has amooj
her passenser.1 thirty Irlih postulants, who
are to enter a convent at Galveston. Ter-
Slone Speaks at Fersrnaoa.
Ferguson, Mo- Sept. IL W. J. Btone
spoke at a meeting of the Jefferson Club
on State and national Issues to-day. Tba
bouse was packed, although there was a
downpour of rain. Many Republicans were
Tba membership of the club was In- j
creased more than one-tnira.
Many of the Democratic county candi
dates wera present.
Claude B. Martin, candidate for Sheriff,
also addressed the meeting.
Centnry Bo-irlinsr CInb.
At a mwtlnir of the Century Coeked-Rst dab
TVednsUj- evenlac at Frank's alleys, w H
Re-mer es tiectrd president, Aaron H. Good
vtca pmUtst and Hoco Kcehl secretary d
treasurer. Tha Ccntorrs will start their season
A gentleman now living in this city tells
tha following story of a negro in Tennessee,
whose son had been convicted of kllllnr a
fellow-workman. A few days after the trial
tba father was asked what, disposition had
been made of the case.
"Oh." ho answered, "dey dono send John
son to jail for a monf."
"That's a light sentence for killing a r"t-',
don't yon thlnkJ"
"Yes." answered the caraky. n-t at tho
esdvof tba monf dey done coin' to nana
klm.- Philadelphia North Americas.
columns of The
0 MOKE) than any other St Louis
-" newspaper printed during the
Thousands of Republic readers scan the "Business
For Sale" columns daily in search of opportunities
for investments, larp;e and small.
Place your advertisement where it will be read by
All druggists take ads for The Republic.
Arrivals anil Departures of Trains at
Dally. ;:Saturday and Snclay
tnuilv .Tr.ct Ktindav- cnlT.
;.-iuaojr only. CEzrept llcniajr.
-LisiiT nrrai a.1
Dally except batnrcay.
B. & O. S.-W. R. R.
Trala Depmrt. Arrlte.
Cincinnati. Lou!vlU. Tih-
lngton. Baltimore. Philadel
phia and New Tork Exptni. 2:05 am 1:55 pm
Cincinnati. LculiTlIle. Pltti-
burs-. Washlccton, lultlmote.
I'niladrlphia and New York
Fast Stall J.OSpra TiJ am
Cincinnati Accommodation t!:U am tCUpm
Cincinnati. Louisville. Pltt-
burr. Washington. Baltimore.
Philadelphia and New York
Royal lliue Limited "Mia 5:ipra
Vlncennes Accommodation t5:) pm ytJJara,
riora Accommodation Isvi pm JSI vm
Vlncennts Accommodation ;1:U m tld:32am
W-st Uadn and French Lick
Spring, via Moaon Home.... 9:01 am S:l pa
LAKE SHOKE. NEW YOItK CENTRAL AND
HUDSON IllVKH. BOSTON AND ALBANY
AND CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Indianapolis Express 17:SS am B30pm
New York and Boiton Limited. (S3 am 1:13 pm
Knickerbocker special New
Yurie. Boston. Washington.
Baltimore and PlilUdelpnla..nX0 noon l:(ipm
3kiattoon and Alton Accommo
dation t4:C5pa J:ara
Boston. New York. Cincinnati.
Washington. Baltimore and
Philadelphia 11:39 pm TSSara
Cincinnati Express StSpm (toiara
Alton Leaves 'lOSO a. m.. 5:45 p. ra. Arrives
San a. in.. M:45 p. m.
BLULIXGTO.V ROUTE TJXIOS STATIOJf.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
For Hannibal. II. & St. J.
Bjlnts. Qulncy. Keokuk and
arltccton 3J5am :JSpm
Local to Hannibal ;:!! am SJ pm
i-or (julncrSand Ki-ckuk. ....... ftM am roipm
. Minneapolis, via
line. Illinois and
SSI am Miliffl
prtss. for Karuaa
Black Hll. Wvo-
Det Sound Portland and
Oregon SAOam faSara
Twin City Express, for lllnsi.
spoil. St. Paul and Iowa.... :dSpm llll pm
The Nebraska-Colorado Ex-
Eress. for Denver. Colorado,
'tan and l-ndflc Coast, via
St. Joseph KHSfm J3pm
Local to Burlington.. '.:45 pm t:siaxa
For Northern Iowa. St. Paul
and Minneapolis "7:Opa II:S)am
For Illinois, via East Side, line,
tu Rock Island and Clinton.
Iowa !:Hpm 7nam
For Dubuiue and La Crosse.. .S21 pm 1(7:13 am
For Kansas Cltr. Council
II!u3?. Omaha. St. Joreph.
Denver. Nebraska. Colorado,
Utah and Faclac Coast........ 9:04' pm faSara
Local for Hannibal. ............ .......... 11U1 ana
For Alton Leave .Ml a. m.. dally; 3:21 a. za..
dally: 1033 a. m.. dally: 1:3) p. m.. except 8nn-
cay- ai t. m.. except ftanny: b p. m.. exept
RllMJtV 5-Jl T
p. ra.. dally: l
p. m.. daily: 11:15 P- m.. Sunday only,
CHICAGO. PEORIA A!TO ST. LOTJIS
RAILWAY C, P. & ST. I)
Train. Depart. Arrlv.
Fishermen's Special tS:ti am 7:3u pm
Peoria. Springfield end Grafton
Express ........... I:14 am )pni
Jacksonville Express t:SSpnj flO.iSam
rpringfleld. JerseyvtUe and
Grafton Mail t pm 19S am
Cprtcgneld. Jeneyvilla and
Oral ton 75:03 pm 19:S5 am
Grafton Special ....ttlJ:SS pm
ST. LOCIS SOUTHWESTERN RA1T.WAT.
Train. Depart. Arrirs.
Arkansas and Texas Express
(via Bismarck and Delta).... 1:00 am TaSpra
Arkansas and Texas- Fast Mail
(via Bismarck and Delta).... trtOan 7 .-warn
Train. ., , Depart. Arrlvs.
Northern Illinois Express
pprina-neia. riv"' -- M
buaue .... ...................... a am :4opm
Chicago Daylight Speclal-Peo- -rla
and Springfield. ... .....12:3apci S30pni
Snrlnefield Accommodation .... t:Cr:m 10:an
rhlcaro Diamond Special (U9pm ":24 am
Sprimrneld Acorarrfidatlon .... 37:00 pin .....
Paiiucah Mall and Expre-
Murchysboro. Carbondale and
Marlcn "TaOaxa IMvm
Nw Orleans Fast Mall Cairo.
Memphis. Jackson. Tenn..
and Texas Express. Nash
ville. Atlanta and Jackson-
villa tasaa TStpia
St. Lonls Special Cairo. Mem
ph's and New Orleans 1:11 am Sat pa
Marlcn. Cairo. Sparta aad
Chester ttSOpa 1131 am
Marlon and Creal Sprints... JO pm 1131 am
New Orleans Limited Cairo.
Memphis: Dixie Flyer Nash
ville. Atlanta and Jackson
ville ...... .............. 1030 p-a tja ars.
IRON MOCNTAIH ROUTE.
Train. , Depart. Arrlv.
Delta. Columbus and Cairo Ex
Texas Fast Mall to Llttl
Rock. Texarkana. Dallas.
Fort Worth end Abilene.... 1.-C4 am Ta9pm
press.... ........... StOOam 7n&pm
Fast Day Express
Fort Wtrth. Austin. San An
tonio. Houston and Galveston 231 pra !33 pa
Texas. Mexico and California
Special Dillaj. Tort Worth,
El Paso. Los Angeles. Gal
veston. San Antonio and La
redo ...... ..................... tQ put 7:1S am
Memphis Express................ g:43 cm 7rOO am
FOURTH STREET AND CHOCTEAD AVENUE
D Soto ani Bismarck Accom
cxxiatloa 130 pm ta aa
Train. Depart. Arrtv.
Valler Park Accommodation... :. am 11034 am
alley Park Accommodation... lldOara :Uam
Paclno AccomnioJatlon 1S35am ua cm
Texas and Kansas Mall, for
Paris. Dallas. Ennls. Hous
ton. Galveston. Carthage.Jop-
lln and Wichita .....lain 7.-00pTa
Pacific Accommodation tl:U pm 11335 am
Valley Park Accommodation. .. ?tl3j pm ft43isa
Meteor and World's Fair Spt- !-
clal. for SpringOeliLCarthage.
Joplln. Wichita. Vlnlta. Okla
homa, Deaison. Sherman. Dal
Us. Fort Worth, Waco and
llrownwood ....... 133 pm 1130 am
Valley Park Accommodation... 14:10 pm rt:40 am
Pacific Acccmmodatlon. KM pm 17:40 am
Vi'v Park Accommodation ..!: pm fins pm
"X'alley Park Accommodation... 1730 pm jia pra
Texas and Kansas Limited, for .
Eureka Springs. Fort Smith.
Paris. Dallas. Greenville. En
nts, Coralcana. Houston. Gal
veston. Austin. Baa Antonio,
Carthage, Joplln. -Wichita,
Burrton and tha West .338 pm T39am
Western Express, for Spring
field, ytntta. Declson. Sher
man. Oklahoma. Carthage,
Joplln and Neodesha 13.-)pra 7:15' am
CHICAGO AND ALTON.
The Alton Limited I:C4 am
Pralrla State Express........ -.112:02 cm
Palace Express ....... so cm
Midnight bpectal 11:40 pm
Kansas Cltr Tralaa.
Missouri State Express...... Mnx am
Kansas City Limited .U.-Mpta
Springfield Accommodation..... SM am
Jacksonville Accommodation... 13:04 am
Peoria Limited t:94 am
Peoria Express 11:03 pm
1733 pm I
193 am I
springneia ana uipitai viry
Flyer ....... tZM am
Jacksonville, via Roodhousv.... fSapm
spnngneio ana jaeasonvui.... uuspm
Fcringfleid Special ............
Altoa Special .. ..UO pm
,. 2103$ pm
MRS. JOSIE LCTTERLOH.
St. Louis Newspaper Mbb's 'Wife Dies
at Versailles, Ky.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL. m
Versailles, Mo, Sept. IL Mrs. Jos!) Lat
Urloh. wife cf F. ff Jjattmlo of tie dr
(TBUtKm csrtjasait aC Taa R9fsl9. sat
rcr St. i-BMi
were advertised in the
"Business For Salve"
Republic during- August
TIME - TABLE.
MOBILE AXD OHIO.
Train. Depart. Arrtv.
Southern Special saam
St. Louis and Florida Limited. ... ... 7:04 pra
St. Louis and Florida Limited. 31 pm 7:3S ara
Murptiysboro. Sparta. Cnester
and Percy Accommodation.... S:13pm 11:0s am
TO LEDO. ST. LOUIS AND WESTERS.
(CLOVER LEAF ROUTE.)
Train. Depart. Arrlv.
"The Commercial Traveler"
Toledo. Buffalo aid New Ycrk IU pm ?: am
Toledo and New York Express. S?K am 3:t pra
Ramsey Accommodation... ..... itS2 pm 9:Sam
I &. X. R. It
Train. Depart. Arrive,.
Florida Limited, via Nashville.
Atlanta am? Macon 4:15 pm 120 pra
Fast Malt Evansvllle. Nash
ville. Blrmlrgnam. Montgom
ery, Chattanooga, Atlanta.
Mobile. New Orleans and
Jacksonville, Fla.; Charles
ton, s. C J :3 am TaCpot
Southern Express, to Evana
vtlle. Nashville. Birmingham.
Motile. New Orleans-. Thom
asvllle. Jacksonville. Palat
ka, Ocala and St. Peters
burg. Fla 135 pm 7aa am
I II. X- ST. L. RT. (Henderson Ronte.)
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Fast Mali Owensbcro. Clever
port. Louisville and the East. SSS am T:li pm
Eastern Express owen'boro.
Cloverport. Louisville and the
East SSpm lata
M K. fc T. "THE K.lTiV
Train. Depart. Arrlv.
Jefferson Cltr. Columbia. Boon-
vllle. Sedalla. Fort Scott.
Indian Territory and Texas
Express 5aSam SSlpra
The Katy Flyer." for Dallas.
Fort Worth. Houston. Oal-
Teston. San Antonio. Mexico
Cltv and Intermediate mints 133 cm 737 am
! Jefferson Cltr. Columbia. Boon
I ville. Sedalla. Kansas. Indian
Mir-ourl. Kansas. Indian Ter
ritory and Oklahoma Flyer... tS3jjrraT Tarn
PENNSYLVANIA LINES WEST OF FTTTS-
BURO PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Fast Mail Z:40am I:lSara
New Yor'x. Philadelphia. Balti
more and Washington Special ej:! am :0 pm
Indianapolis and New York
Local 7:4Sam -tSOTpaa
New York Limited IrtOpra n:J0pm
Michigan Express l:fn Dm i30 pm
Vandalla Accommodation 3:3pra SaCam
Columbus. O.. and Eastern Ex-
press ........................... sapm 7aiam
Indianapolis and New York
Express ......... ......11:35 pm e9:40pm
Indianapolis and St. Louis
Local ............................ ......... frj pm
StJlOUIS. K. C. AND COLORADO K. H.
(From Union Station.)
Train. Depart. Arrlv.
Ill and IK Mall and Express
Gasconade River and inter-
mediate points S:4Spm !:60ain
30i and 1i$. Accommodation
Gasoonad River and inter-
mediate points X!20 am tlaTpm,
ST. LOCIS AND HANNIBAL RAILROAD;
Train. Depart. Arrtrs.-
Mall and Express...... ... 17:4) am ftl :13 am
Mall and Express 15:05 pm :lSpm
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Train. Depart. Arrtvaj
Fast Mall J:00 am WrtS pm
Local Express 75 am 5uw pm
Day Express Kansas aty.
Pueblo. Denver. Salt Lak
City and San Francisco t:V am .: pn
Washington Accommodation.... tS2 am 17:5 am
St. Joseph. Joplln. Wichita and
Kansas Limited, and South-
west Missouri sapra T: am
Kansas and Colorado Erpress.10:10 pm "TaO am
Crers Coeur Lake trains leave Union Station at
t:15 a. m.. a& a. nw U'M p. ra.. S33 p. m.
and 7:31 p. m.
Oak I11U trains lear Union Station at t:S a.
ra.. tioao a. m., 15.-00 pto. and t20 p. m.
Klrkwood trains leave. Union Station at 17:00 a.
ra., lino P. m 1:40 p. m. (Satarday only), as 9k
ro except Saturday and Sunday: 135 p. m.
ST. LOUIH LOUISVILLE LINES.
Train. Depart- Arrtv.
Th Belt Special ..Ittaiaa tPns
Princeton. Louisville. Lexing
ton and way stations. Chat
tanooga, Rome. Atlanta. Ha- ,
con and points la the South
east .... ........................ 7:40 am fatpni
Mount Vernon Accommodation J Pna f34am
Princeton. Louisville. Lexing
ton and way stations. Knox
vllle. Aabovllle. Chattanooga.
Rome. Atlants Augusta,
Charleston. Macoa and all
points in Florida and th
Southeast .acra 731ara
ST. LOUIS-PEORIA LINE.
(See C. p. and St, L.)
ST. LOCIS MERCHANTS' BRIDGE TER
MINAL RAILWAY SUBURBAN TRAIN
Eastbound Leave Eighth and Gratiot atrta,
dally 1:42. 5-.U. C30 n. m. Except Sunday, 4:04.
at. 737. 3L ions, lias a. m.: aa 2:j. &.
SSI p. m. Saturday and Sunday only 11:41 p. xo
Sunday only 634. 70. :0s a. m.: 1135.
Leave -Washlngtoa Avenue. Dally 1:11.5:11. 3t
p. m. Except Sunday. tfiS, 131. 7:41. S:55. 19sJ.
1131 a. m.: 11:12. 220. 4:04. I.ti o- m. Saturday
and Sunday only 11:45 p. m. Sunday only 3J.
7?. 0:11 a. m.; 1139 p. to.
Westbound Leave Granite City, dally 139.
2:12. 55. 7:11 P. m. Except Sunday, tat. C04.
75. 931. 939, 19:42 a. m.: J3L 433. 937 ,P.
m. Saturday only 4:45 p. m. Sunday only.
1235. 535. 1:09. lUaA a. m. Sunday and Monday
only. 1235 a. m. Except Saturday and Sunday
'Eeave'liadlson. Daily 135. 237. . 737 p. ra.
Excect Sundajr-439. tM. 7.-09. 1:19. 932. 19:42
a. m.: 137. 4:40. 931 P. m. Saturday only 1139
P. m. Sunday only 1230, trOO. 1A5. 18.-5 a. m.
Banday and Monday only. 1233 a. ra-
ST. LOCIS VALLEY RAILWAY;
BT. LOUIS AND CHESTER EXPRESS.
No. 1, s, a, 4.
Train, Depart, ArriT.
No. l..... ....... ........ lOrtO am 930 la'
No. 2..........,...........a...... 974 am 9:40 am
No. 1.... ... ...... ......... 90 pm 9 JO pm
No. 4.......M-..................... 93)rpm 535 pm
Trala. . Depart. Arrtr.
Continental Limited Detroit.
Niagara Falls. Buffalo. New
York and Boston JjOOarn "735 pm
Toledo, Detroit. Niagara Falls.
Buffalo. New York and Bos- M
ton Expreas - 130 pm "7 34) am
rrr,iA N'ew York and Boston
Fast Mall.. ...- 2:45am
K-akt Mall.. 2:4S am 29suh
Midnight Limited Detroit. Buf
falo. New York, and Boaton...1131pm
Toledo Local Express. 734 am
Banner Express Chicago....... 132 am
Banner Limited Chicago..... 93A pm
Midnight Limited Chicago... ..U32 pm
Kaasaa Cltr Line.
Kansas aty Express 9:09am
Kansas City Fast ilaU. ....... J535 pm
Kintfti City Llmlted............li3 pm
From Union Station
Council Bluffs and Omaha Ex
nress .--........ 9:64 am
ntfSam 9XO pm.
Cannon Bali Omaha. 139 pm
ottumwa ana ues atouics xx
press 9330 am
-....,, tx Xffnt,. ami
UHWU.h . w -t
jlinneapous iamiteu. -iapaa -sswsua
West Mobexly and Kansas City
Local 7:40 am 9 JO Pm
Moherly Local. . ....... 19X5 pra ttao aos
Moberly Local. ................... 195 pm .......t
vsimt Ds.tnr LocaL...u..-.H. 14:40 nm llta!w-;
Decatur Local.. ........ 535 pxn ...m...-.
SBBarosiss -inuasi z
fir. Charles.. .....H.. . 11130 pm 224 rOSxfra J
Kinloch Park............. ........ 14u& pm .... ?
Fergusoa ......... ..2:& pra 4as4pta
Ferguson .............. 2:40 pm 190 pm
Ferguson ...................... .!... 19:15 asaif.
Ferguson .........m ...m..m. 1103asa
From Olive Street BUtlco
St. Charles... ........ lly) am l:4Swa
BC naries... ........ ........ w.mryui jiassia
IClnloh --..-.-..a............. .......... 19t9 SBS
Bridgeton .h...mm...... 14:15 cm 29:40 am.
Bridgeton M..........M.......... 190 am 1C30 pm,.
Fftrguson .m.............Mm.... 120 aa 1939) ass
at th family resilience ta
t -. - rs
a verssaxuflsi i - -m
Wednesday, aged 4 years.
service was conducted br the
The ftinerJ ?.
ReveremS 3.is J
Y. Busby at the Methodist
cnorcn. Bourn, or which ace
a cMTOted. ,fe-
I ii ill hi mt 1A .Tj.I. tMi - ...
the lntencent took place at the City Cettv- ft,'
Mrs. Lsrtterioh waa a
Haanay, etsKor st ta Ti