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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1902.
13 hoped that all members of the order who can do go will attend these meetings. , Jlietory Lodge had a very large and lnt-rest- inx meeting on Wedneda evening, at which considerable business was transacted, and uo . amplication for membership was received. A ecramlUee has been anointed to arrange for ca VnteTtxlnmcnt and Mcokw. to be alien at Mm . nf Illls lodr '-Vlf 91ut L-vnc-n s.lr-els. on 'edBi4ay evening. October A to which all t rapera oi m oroer are mvufo. he meeting of Mechanic' Led on Thursday tng was the Urjrit of the season, norwtil B 'tng the Inclemeoi wrather Much b-j.lnesj . ran.&ciM ana a crennmiee urms appo.nia on tltm of lairs. The Committee on Masquer ade Ball, to he given on Thanksrivlnc live, -at mrlnc lire, -at Compton Hall, Corapton and 1'ark a entire, re- i have soraethlEg lBlerettBg In' the near 'store ported prociwa. ana Mated that tickets will be ! Anchor Loace will ha'e an tpen nwtmc Man ready for distribution at the next meeting of the I day nlcat. the ooea-Mon tiag th deasratioa of lodse. Arranseaenu are A1.0 ts be made to i its n-s,- ball. Meund Oiy I'xnton wHI gtve a have a. euchre after the conclusion of the meet- I dnll. TJre ta wor in tne asT" at the Inr if this I'jdse then practicable last nieetlns. Veste: Grotes JU bad a tery enthusiastic j Prld of the TVet Lrdce had one petition fr rreetlne on FJIday e- enlsc and much SmporunT roeraberrtitp and one cand!ete far the rtrM de bosmejfc. m tranraeted On October IT thl '. cre. liz trili hare a clam initiation, to -whtc1! tfc" I Mcsenimd lodK had one OMdMate for Grard Lodre officera and the lodtea In tne n- J Fir-t deer- Arrhlbnlo Oirr. of Its. oH-rt c-Kt have been Invited ! nemlvTv. entertahnd the ledce wilk a xalk hac- The jrrand rejrder and crand xsedleal ex aminer paid a fraternal vtult to Vera lise at Cftoo Height on Thurrda- eenlnfr and rouol a tree number of the members rrewnt. iwl Wihitacdlntr the dtxacreeaMe weather The reeur routine bulnem was transacted and Er ther Jnhnmn of rtHef lfri ?C4. HI of it jr.roraerj- Otv. Mo., wa. elected to member I n t.- fiVVI Thk afnKra. ra mnrfiel m ID' ca. 1 for contnbutlons to the TV orld Tcnwte of Fatem:tT nd have also revived t repood t- the appeal of the supreme roaster workman to assit In lncreasinR- the roembeihlp of the order to a hajf million br June i. 138- I nder the coI of tie .'rder lnfrettlnc addree were nad" bv Grand Ilecord'r Jlinrj TV Jtcjer. Grand Medical Examiner Doctor K. O. Greer and 3Jr-eer O'Grady of TVest Gate Lonxe. .-... .WH. -i. ui.w - . - -. - . American i-wire wiji naie an mnTwHS ft,1T' lnc on October . t which one or more candi dates will U Initiate!. The lodge will be pl-al to have vlsltlnc members attend. sw UH!ri -i4p stittnber 9. the crasd master workman vl-lted with Morehouse I-ndre. 1 i Stoddard oainty. on wnicn kbwhui- s J an exceptionally larpe raeetloc and Initialed fc Morehouse Hand a class or fourteen of tse m kwklnr rounc centlemen n ;-outnat ills-Kuoer- :sor JYed V Erpe nl A. J. A-Uon were rreent . . Jra thf eienlnic cf the SO'h the cra'd roaster riocan. .eranu recoroe- jm (ttmiu zneuicai ex-tn-.e nnene-i the fall amnalcn at St Xouf. !rdEe N" 1 The atfndarce was excel'-fnt. and -e were isi riwiws i nuiuir, nau WST ne la exretteia iyrm ny MA-irr noixmin fCharles F Klein At the conclusion of the rrc- fir inltlarton a peculiar form of side dexree was Itastrateo. murn to tne enjcment or tne er'ire ledre and especially th new merobery. aftr whlrh refreshments were ered on Thursdav evenlns Grand Marter VCorkmsn M er and fcaperMr Joda A!en rlltJ St furies Ic1ce. No 1. to open up the work on tl-e n-wtb lde of the rier The attendance -a ve-r larce and the meeting inereKticc and en ttaudadtc The less of the electric llcfts for a few moments cajd a err for more llcht."' Tfh'ch the crand master workman endearorel to K-e them alon; the lln" nf wwkmaasft.p. Thl lodse will undertake the Initiation of a. larce c'as Triibtn the nvxt mo-th A foor-coraered eontct betwen Mmera lyid;, N 69. and Empire Iljr. No IS. at Joplln. rTueen these two lodges on tl"e one hand and caale- a IVmIcc of Galena. Kks.. on the other, and btmeen two tans In Mirers' Lidee. .No so. c'd on September The Mlvourl lalces scored a xreat ictorv oier the Kansas lode Mnei' Iodce was the winner as lacalnst Em pire Lodpe. and the Red Rose team In Miners Xodce were victors as acainst the White Ro turn. Jt n a pretiy JUht for a, month or two and resulted In balldlmr cp the membership la all the lodaes concerneA I'nloa Lodce. No Sfc had a, very ln'erertlnr meetlnr on teptemoer JS. at which one camHcate was leitlated. three applications for membership were rerelred and twenty-two members who had deported clearance cards at the prtttous mt txe were elected to membership. Decree of Honor. A. O. V. XV. West End Lodre. No. . at Its raeeilnc Fen leraber S. had the most enjoyable meeanc In It. history, the occasion belne the celebration of its third anniversary. One application fir member ship was received asd two candidates were in itiated. The Supper Committee appointed bv Chairman Ran for the masquerade ball to Ix pven Thankstlvinr: eve. November It comprise! Nrters Lena Kroeter. Analo Roslne Mary O'G-ady. Marie Walton. Mary Scaniell. Merv Toomey. Carrie Haller Catherine Mueller. Alio Tlownev iciie Schmltt and Mamie Joyce A letter of recret was read from Sister Emma N Mtseenrer. formtrly depnty craad chief of honor. who Instltcted this ladce. statute that ber Inabil ity to attend was caused -try prevfou. epgare mer. Amrnr th visitors were SIste-s Jennl XelSer ot Hjde Park Lodte and Maul Morri son of Belle Iodg After the metinc a com jaimentary euchre wax indulced In. Sister Kate Krcst beln; awarded the first prize n beautiful set of lanch cla:es. Brothtr David O'Grady won the second prize, a handsome cmbrella. and the cccsolaricn prize wre wca by Sister Mary McCabe and Frank Eldrtcu. Refreshments were served, and the meeUcjr was on lose lo be t xrembered. Western Idce has held lts( first meelinr la Its new hall. Twenty-second and Madison str;t. and Sister Clara n. Murrell. deputy and chief of honor, paid tha lodee a fraternal visit. -Two can- FINANCIAL MINING CO, Of THUNDER MOUNTAIN. CAPITAL .... 82,500,000. Divided into 2.500.000 Shares, Par Vtlue Jl.00 Eaci.FaII-Pa.id and Nor,-Auesible. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: Frcaldentt B. F. OLDE.V. Pietllfct Bank of Commerce; also of Chamber of Commerce. Boise. Idaho. Vice- President: J. ,M. nLTTERFIELD, Bcstcn. Mass.: N. t ISasarer Wilbur. Cap bell & Stephens Co., Troy, N. T.. aad rrrs. Klndeixsrten Supply Co. Secretary atnd Treasurer! JUDGE K. Transfer1 and Registry Co. rrnosiAs w. LEE, road. Kew York. Grn'l Pass. A CEO. H. IIEAFKORD. Chlczco. formerly G P. Vex. Emeltlac & Retainf Co. WILLI.V3I:DEE DECKER. St. Louis, of This company has starly lOO acres at Ih; inctlaa cf Monumental and Trap cretks. Jut across Ifoaomentsl creek from the Dewey mill, aad ever BO acres on Blr creek, the richest of aB the Thunder Mountain territory. These prop erties comprise the Vulcan, the Hercules Nos. 1. 2 and X. aad the FalrSeM fraction (throuKh which Trap creek runs) on Monumental creek. Its Mountain KInr Nos. 1. j and i. each full claim l,Ztax03 feet, vrtth two fractions (nearly foil claims), an la tb Blc creek section, which has proved the richest district la Idaho. AH theso claims have been approved by the test experts In that rectos, and the Blr Cree prop erties have been pronounced br one of th fclrh ect experts In this country tfcs sreatest and x-Ieaest cold properties he baa eter ex amined. As his professional expetienco has cov ered Mexico. South America. Australia. Couth Africa and Alaska, his verdict Is one of the atrontest recommeadailons eter lives a g-eld property. Thee claims have been taken tn. after a most cartful and thcrouxh examination, by a. number er capitalists and mine operators. whoe "business ts.irbM mlnlrr. and who bate put their own money and propose to put their ability, time, labor and experience Into tha development of these properties Into islses. bellevicc that the result will be est cf the sresteat rdd mtnlnc Industries ever known. TJiey hav not only examined their properties -themserres. bat havo paid the brat experts in this country to max the most rind ex amination ot the properties before taklnx them CP- Tha JJoccmectal creek property has a potpojry , dyke gssrlnar through it 300 feet Is width and 3L40O fet lorur. covertra- th .nilr. rrtth r I tha group. This la all free milling and will roa . 1 ST.OO or better per ton. while the cost of mill ing will sot erxeed Sl.OO per ton. Tne ore already exposed here rrlll -srorlc a large salts for a number of years with extensive profits, ai least enough to pay tht entire capitalization fcf the company; aad th In dications are that the dyke carries gsfad values throughout, so that the tunnels proposed will ca stouhiedlg cpen up deep and rich bodies of ore test yst la sight. -SOS pounds cf ere from Trap creek, a short distance above the Hercules. assayed July 11th S3.rU3.0O per ton. and tjatra are unquestionably portions of this dyke which -srtll run as high as this or higher. Tha demonstrated average, however, of the ear face ahowlcgs. 8T.OO per ton. Is amply saf Xdest to pay Immense prenta. as It is weU Known that the great Alaxka-TreadweO. oa Doug lass ZiUsd. Alaska, and the famous Bomestaka cf South Dakota, have for years part paid nernjooa dividends to their stockholders from ! era averaging only 9ZJSS and SSJ&Q per ton. re apeetrrety. The Big Creek district has been Uttle heard of for two leasonsr First. It lies somewhat awaV from tha Immediate Thunder Mountain discov eries, and second. It was discovered by men rep resenting Urge Eastern capitalists, and has been cnletly taken via by them -rrltaout heralding; the serwa at Its rleaes. One of the leading mining experts of the Catted States first -dnsenstrated Its ralca and pro nounced It the ibe most marvelous arald deposit he ha ever eeet. Through his ksotfr edge of K and his acquaintance with, the jsea who have organised this company, we have oeea able to acaulra soras of th very choicest ot these claims: and tha cptalra of both, htstset and tha prcwat nueis Is that to. Xouslala didates nere Initiated, and Are arpttcatlena for membership ere rrcelnd. Ilreafi-r Ul lads alll ratet on the first and third Thursday even ings of 'each roonta at t bsil above roentlone-1. All raaben t-f the order will receive a traumal Merrell Lodce will awe It firjt hall of the aeaaon on Tuesdav erentnfi. October rs. at An chor Hall. Jenerwo ana 1'ark avenue, and from the prrectit euikw the aCmw wilt be a grantf uces. All nemcr of the ord'r and their friends are mined to attend- Good mostc -will be secured. Odd Fellows. Mechanics' Lodge had three applications for rnrmtrrstrip. foor lor initiation and ac fox lb- i Flr.t dreree Toe Rntenatnmeni . onHsnti-e -u was both amusinc aail Instructive. Arcadian Iji'dee had tt!tatf for snn-b-r-slup and coe candidate 1.r initlatV arondeiet Lodxe had the Third ere N-t Mnndav nlcht llei-tta leaser of East St. U ' will 1tt this lodRe to a bl. , Georsla. 1h h-tie cf Grand Sire A. c Call- ne an Increase In membership cf (.n. ahl- siison come, rexs i CX Increase last rear 1jic1-1- idce had one candMatt for mitta'tom Robert llanwonl of rttfsbuic. Pa.. Thosaas land f Indiana and A. W llurhank o; IHinot were trltors Charles Iem!nz:. who has l-en read me three iTomh at !-eaiti. rj- Haven anil alT.s th Cohitnbii Rlwr and rueet f-'und. cave an tnteretlBc description of the miqkyi nettertee of that countrj. The run-ral f Oirlstopher Ehlei was larcely att-ndd last Su-vlas afternoon. Summit Lodce took part ta the ceremonies. i Wmaan'a Relief Corps. Th exodu. of the members of tmV ori'r for WajhiMlcn. I. C. yesterday aI4ed to the larte erod at the I'Moa Station. Department lt dent Mrs. Ilollen E. Ua will vt-it New VorV. and -at Pepartreent l"reldent Mr" fanle IV SparLltn will visit lUlt-roo.e before returning home Hassendeubel CVi.s. N 1. was f hive tea Irspected on H"liiMn. October 1. l-nt on r ennnt of. th funeral of the past commander of the Pst. Comrade Hartmaan. It was rottpeact untilia later date On Thursday aftrroon Harry I. Harding Crp. No si. Trail tnpe('c-t b the department president. Everv corps Mr Ilollen E Dav has inspected durtnglier sta In St. Louis has treat ed her royall). malting ber a valuable present as a soutenir of her visit. Mrs. Day win eare-1-lete the inspection of the c-irp. thronghnut the denartnient on br return from Washington. Al the selection of the sue ceremonies of th Temple of KraterKy at the World'a Fair cround. on Wednesday MK Cam- R. Sparklln. chafe-- rotta of the w R. t. tmmlttec. represented the rdr. She was accomranisd by Department rresMent Ur- Ilnlien "K. Day. Vast Iepartmft Secretary Mm. Mary M. Stark, and A-ltlit1 Department Inspector Mrs. Eunice Shuter I.nilles of tlic G. A. R. Sympsthi extended to the department prs- fatner-in-law and regret Is" expressed thst he will r"t --3 this aecourt attend the Nalloaal Co' ventlon in Washington. D C ' The members of this order from St. Louis en Fridaj. Saturday aad to-day departed over ar loas tallroads for Washington. Tast Department JTesldent Mrs Mary M. ftarlc. Senior Vice De rartm'rt President Mrs. Susan A Fuller, and br (daughters, will visit points cf interest btfore returning. A reception to the ladles of the G A R. has been tendered bj Mrs. Roosevelt on Thsrxday. October S. from 4 to o. m. Protected Home Circle. Imperial Circle No SB. bids fair to capture the State banner offered by the 1" II. C for the circle making th- greatest Increase in member ship for the year Just drawing to a close Scarce 1 a meeting has passed In the last several months that has not added to the clrc'e's roll. Next Frtdav nlg.it ten new members will be added, and the outlook. Is bright for a continuity of this work for the rest of the )f.r Oi October SI Imperial Circle wid entertain Its members and friends in rayat stle at rhe"ig Hall. Jefferson and Cass aenue. anl out of tms gathering a great deal Is expe-ted Hop Circle. No. ls. hekt an literestltr meet ing. Itrotber Vodebarg was elected watchman D M. Ilwaghtlln has been elected secretary, and Charlea lrpe treasurer, taking the places of .naxi.s ana Jtrs. iawuiaarr .ao ao moed from the city. They bought bla- farra 4 tne ozarxs. We will soon hear of "Oiark n-Cie."' alX.Jt (30 A Coffee sMdlClch pTt Will b siren to all th members and frie--- next raeetins; or Hope TTeicert ie.te tievKraan. G Stelzhorst and Chaslaln iT.lI-r are to funlM tbe soods. and all thev ask Is a few lalles to biinc white an-oas. This Is an open meetlne Benton Circle. No 141 had a full noose, opea meetlnr and fine proeramme Br thers Dole and Mrs. aad Mr faunlrr reoresested JCo V5 &1 No J5&. Manv members from other circle we. there and spoke cfceertnx words and itool w.ll New names were enrolled for membership, and Benton Is keeprac up a g-ood salt. Deputy Oir- MESTAKE W. -WAYORIGIIT. New Tcrk: Pres. N T. sent Delaware. Laeiawisaa and Western Ball- . Chle.. Hit & St. Paul n. B.. Pr-s. No. Becker & Denovan. Attarsers. ,KInr rrorvtygalone wfll yield asywhere from BIO.000,000 to ftZ5.000.UO0. belnc at least five times the entire capltaHxaltea of the com pany. .The Duade ledce traterses the whole property, and the lay of this tedce Is sach that cnlr a rhcrt tunstl will open us a body of ore arirecatlac several hundred thousand ton.. Two j toes of unsslected samples here averaxed n assay 5.1 per tea. and sock selected samples ran ov.r l.tKM p?r ton. With Judicious management this will unqcei tlonaUy prora one of the richest mli eter known to tLe world And that mttnst-mat we .have. The men 'fchj have, acquired these properties ami o-xnljtd this company are men who aire, "tt are and ha- lea for many years In the bslr.e of s;rili minlnr. which is as legitimate a baslae. as hasXinr. rsllroadtrr. er ar ether commercial pursuit. Ther invent their money ard ue their brain, energr and esperience to secure a profit, the tame as men do In any other business Taa? hare already been snreesrful In other mines, hut this they look open as the greatest opportanitr they have erer bad to make fortunes for thcraseWes. Ard la this making of fortunes they expect all who Join them In the development of thest mloes to share. They know mining, thty know its chances, they have spsred neither pains ner ex pense tb demonstrate whit there mines hold, asd they are as certain as they can be until the ore roes to the mill that in these prcpcrtlts taey have cne of the -greatest gold mines ever d vdeped. This company has been organised f.r ire pur pose ot tfetelopisg these great mines and ex- tractlr.g the sold they are known to contain, aad cf its sn. .h.r itKtt.ooo hiti ' - .-,-. - - --.- i placed la treasury tr wklag t.tal AU the expenses of preliminary work hate been I paw I by the organUers. and the le object la j '" nr snares io ine euic is io rrovioe capital for the work of openteg cp and redurtat- th vast bodies of ore. It is proposed to Install firt -sO-etanip ralll en the Big Creek proper ties, the capacity to be Increased as rapidly as possible to too stamps or more, and on the Monu mental creek claims a Urge force of men Is now at work, where also a mill will b con structed as soon as the roads now ueder way are ceaplettd. The directors have decided to offer this Cm Issue cf stock at 25s PER SEfARE, thus giving Inverters a chance to come tn with ra on even terms from the start. We do not beUsv. that any befer creclag for 'Si ..- .man lavrstments , has ever Been placed, before the public. We know the men. we know the englasers anl experts who have passed en the properties, acd their Judgment Is an absalste guarantes cf the Intrinsic value ef the stock. We will be pleased to give all possible lafermatlca to laqulnra. knowing that the tacts of this proposition Jus tify the most absolute conndfoc la it as a ooBd suad extraordinarily profitable investment. A business prospectus with full details nay be had TREE oa application either la person or by mall lo ST. LOUIS SECURITIES CO., Suite 914 Walnwright Bid;., St. Louis, Mo. ! rrr . rxt, c, . ,, ,,r btLKtlAKlf HAlf BU1L1J5 LHArCL TO THE MEMORY OF HIS SON. AVork Upon Exterior of Structure Is Heinii-HurrlFil, "o That Inte rior Finishers May Decorate llHildinp Dnrinj: Winter .Mouths Cost Will Approximate Twelve Thousand Dollars. SM fit??' asssBBBskVaUaVlBBsnassVJ lKl flssfv I - ( I BsawRJaVM THE HAT MEJIOniAI. PHAPEI. AT SIMSBI'RT. CONN TTishlncton. Oct. 4 When the Hay !! ruorla'l Chapel is completed. Vtfji;Mtrr Sclicol vrlli-hae one of the IliR't rhanl bulldlncs In Connecllcut- It Is belnc ereet- ed bv Secretary of Stale John Har. h wnv , h! idr mn AdHbert tone Itav. 0!T his eldest son. aeaocn . tone iia. who?e unlkncly taking off at the vtry oe- BinnlnF; of what pronilytd to be .in excep tionally brlHIant career was a blow from which the Secretary has been slow In re covering. No you'nc man fn. the -country R i brighter future before hlra than D'P Hay his friends at Yale called h'm when about fifteen month ago he me: with the unfortunate accident which caused his death. He had Just returned from' an im portant and suc-essful mission to Pretoria. As I'nlted States Consul General he repre sented both the United States ami Great Hrltnln In the early period of the Soutn African Was It was a position recutrine the greatest tact and diplomacy, and tn selection of to you::? a man wai a compli ment which fortunately was Justified. After reporting to the State Department at Washington he came Immediately to New Haven to attend the triennial reunion of his class CSS) at Yale. He spent the first day -and evening after his arrival wth friends In the city, returning to his apart- I that It will be o-uicatej with an annlvor ments at the New Haven House about mid- I sary memorial servlc on the second ana; n!ht. It Is supposed he sat by an opn versa ry of jouni; Hay's death. axher sas. "We're acbiar: to hae that banner" KaloKw. Xo 41i bad a .ni time. A F. GeschwhuSner presldlaa:. anl calitna: on vUtors for shott talk-, to unite Iat ITvAldent c"6;e. Ilrolhers Ssnnier aod iltllr renanleil. Brolr.er Dole and ItarmoDd eatertalBed the MiWr suh j recitations and roars. Sister Gttertn cave by re- cuest uoe of her character sktt r.e .Vrllnx n. No ZF. held a meetlnc Tr 4i n'ch.. td weather keeping daws a larxe attend arce Plans are made in add mart rew men-be- to thl circle which stands third amenz the nfifn circle, .jf the cit supreme Chaplain Milr stated that accorrilns to the lai ruteoiee.t la ihe Uarette. notwlihsundlne the heavy death rate, a cmra of J3 ) had been made lo th r--sette and surplu. since Jaiuare is. 11: mak'nc a t)txl of rjX.sM S Membership aumt !.. The followlnc elntes meet the ,-miar week. Tcwer Grove. No. 4ts Social I.eaxu No 111. World's Fair N- i Laclel No. 4. Choa tau. No. J50. Imperial. No. 53. "UNCLE JACK" MAY LIVE TO BE AS OLD AS MOSES. VelI-Knotvu Indian Celeliratem One ilnadred and Elchteenlh Illrth. day With Ills ISO Descendants. BEI'L-BLIC SrECIAU Cookson. I. T.. Oct. 4. One hundred and fifty of the descendants of J. Cookon of Cookson. familiarly and lovingly called Un cle Jack by every one, met, at his re.5 Jen?" near this place yesterday for the purpose of celebrating his one hundred and etebt enth birthday. Lacking only two veil f the as;e of Moses, when he ascended the .mountains of Nebo to Bare upon the Prom ised Land, like that great lawgiver, his eyes. are .not dim. neither Is his natural stren-th abated. He 1' the Idea of the aboriginal, uncontamlnatcd by latter-day vices. Born and srown up to manhood at a period long anterior to the advent of mis sionaries among his people, he stll! s.eks Htuirvuua aisu j(uiuiim zroul id. urat Spirit cdored by hi ancestors. He looks j forward to an eternity cf ha Dryness in the happy hunting ground. here verdant rr.l . tnree years ra e the remaining JAD Is intersperceil with virgin forest, and the ,fc,r r mnw.m ,,. .,.., -.. , buffalo, bear. deer, elk are to be found In . trough Its own efforts. He alo agreed to plenty. He is happy and content in his t p.y the Interest during thli time. The of rellKtous views, and possesse'" the simple. I etr of Mr. Rockefeller has b-en submitted Uni?liarryDfifeal;has1,,n?Ied1 SiS? adventure. ! the trustees and. although It has not a "When a ycung man he sam the Talapoosa. s yet been formally accepted, the officers of at Horseshoe Bend, and thus rendered pos- the church were overjojed and enthusiastic slhle Jackson s capture of that stronrhold I ... , --, .. i,,ii...!.. .-, of the Creeks. After removal to this Tor- . Th J!a ci Tort, " "ed!a e! e, .-.-ritory. he fought the Ossge on the plain scribed by the trustees and their friends a' of Cootteescoowee. the fierce Comanches. on Keneral prayer meeting held after the set- the bank. of the Arkansas, and asuis ted rtn- latter at the liter period In annihilating the canlhat Tonkawae. Hli descendants are prominent In the Termor)', and one of thrm. Senator E. I. Cookson. Ii mentioned In LOnnectlun wU the next chieftainship. EXHIBITON 0F DRAWINGS. Oils, Water Colors, Sketches and Cartoons Will Be Shown. An entirely unique ami interesting exhi . ".r - . . - f&.?l.?2?hi.i) SS,ht,jri ?' L .iS? rrst exhibition, which, it Is to be nopec. Is-mk. M5rSf,e.r-.?,v'SSl4l?nai.l 5iV..a!Sv.in-not7S5iy-Mr,;n. J5 SSiii1 ;n?eSe,5ii'f.4?J2 hta v-"ilf:i 25rnCS. ihll?I ,bi.e.Jj-k an? JhiV. 'HS.JSi &tT JT'ifSr".. of cartoons, comics and newspaper lllustra- tions. wah drawlngt. water colors and a, few oils will be shown In about 1.9M Pic tures. An Interesting feature combining art and humor skill be a series of original cartoon illustrating some tad or fancy ot eacn ot nc patrons, ot wnom tnete a num ber cf the most rrromlnent citizen of St. I-oul Among th-m are: A. A Allen. I tl.nl.U I.K.I.. 1 . niVT ' ,. r'''"v,- "sii' iianlBmiri Tlthaffstas. I s H Britton. AlanMin D. Brown. Paul Brown! Nicholas, M. Bell. C. P. Blanke. J. V S. "w .c . u.w..M. rf. , iwm-i.yi.. rav farleton. I'hll CThew Dai. US n rjlbun. I John N. Urummond. Joseph 'JV. Folk. Nor- ns tj. uregg. v.. M. 11 utile. arwi;g m. Hough. Thomas B. Harvey. W. WJ Hen drson. Chas. P. Johnson. Breekrfnridge Jjnes. George J. Kobusch. Jacob Klein. C. W. L-ey. George B. lvlgh'on. 'W. J Lemp. Jr.. John A. Ie. Finis EL Mnrshcl!. Theo. r. Meyer. TVUUam 8. JlcChesney. Nell A SIcMHUn. Daniel C. Nugent. Cor win H Spencer. F. J V Skiff. E. O. Stan rrd. Gecrge J Tan.-ey. John A. Tally. H. H. VTernse. G. Herbert Walker. Edsrarls Whltakcr. Festu J. Wade. O-car L. White law. Julius S. Walsh. George C R. Wag oner. B. 1 WlnchelL J. Sidney Walker. Julius C Strauss. Wm. K. Blxbr. Jos. I Ramfey. Jr.. and others. purchasers, the success socially and flnan- dally or tee cxainiuan is asirea claltv The newspaper Anisis society was or ganised with the primary object of the gen eral betterment of the art of netrspaper il lustration, for an Increased fraternal and feeling of good fellowship among the ar tists, and with the hope of ultimately ef fecting a permanent institution. To this end this first exhibition will be given. The following artists form the Committee of .Urangements" H. B. Mnrtin. Dick Wood. George Mc Manns. Ed Eksergian. S. Car'lsle Martin. Berthold Wldmann. Paul Fred Berdanier. Edward Grtnham, J Gay Martin, Miss Una, "Barclay. Henry Thode. George Walters. Louis E. Donshoe, A. Briscoe, A. Block. George Stick. Mlsa Anita Moore. F. F. Por ter, ilax Orthwtln. treasurer. PIANO SALE mw going en at the ware rooms of the JESSE FRENCH PIANO AND ORGAN COMPANY. 1U1 Olive street. uttion niu ne mat given Dy the .vejarpajr Un-.wn a th Tr.entv-thlrd Street BapUt '. ,' WlssfagSaSsssaWsg. jUMtX 7 ot'haiifnr'fK . viehKirSe,brrbfS: - '" dedlcaied at lvlngtcn f " -XT 1 wo mil nr . J ?. e window to cool oft before retlrlnir. fe'l aKleep anl then fell head foremost ort of the window. Pnonly aftr 3 a. m. his d-l body a seen by a passer-by lying on th itone M-w.-at1c ftllesctlv trader the windows ! of ire moras 1 occupied at the hotel, flit uewin cast a oeep Kioom over tn com metr-eroent eiwdws at the unlverlty. To many the week, which bad been planned rj a high holiday became a week of mcurn'ns Many of the festivities planned were um- ruarllr abandoned, and the class of '3S cut short their celebration, offerlnc all sympi- thy and ieh altince as they could Ki. Cntnllv- In fhlf- sffltotlofl flit. r1 -fie mixl proniLl.ic P'lltlcal careers of the dav had filled untimely The chapel, designed by Trowbridge Jc J l-4tifctnne hlih m fn .tftel 9 k m.m.i. rial of that career. Is belnc -re ttl on th- rumpus of the Westminster School. h.-n until two vears aco was located 'at I. bb .Terri. . i. Jt wu inrrr uitt ttunf; jta as prepared for Yale. He graduated ttHl Weslat nstf's class oT 'S4 His yours t brother, who Is now at the school, win CradUQte In the class of '01. Work upon the exterior l belns puhei rapidly, so that the Interior decorators and finl'hers may carry on their work, at leisure during the fall and winter months. The building Is 78 ttl rone and butlt f stone and stucco, with shlncie roof, art glass windows, exposed timber" Inside and win nave a seating rapacity ot im Trie cos i will annroxlmate H-JS. I- ! expe.te.1 now JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER HAS SAVED A CHURCH Offered 2::.CC0 Toward '..'aiu Debt of Wasliinpton Heights Baptist Congregation. HE WILL ALSO PAY INTEREST. Stipulated That Mission Society aud . Menibers of the .Church Should liaise Twenty Thou sand Dollars Each. REPfBlJC SPECIAL New York. Oct. l Through too generosi ty of John D. HockeMler the Wa'Mngtot Heights Baptist Church now sees the way qut of financial Hf3eu!t!s so serkMS 'that the trustees were about to osget that on November 1 next the hoci of worship be clored. I Mr Rockefeller guaranteed J3.00 of the Indebtedness cf J-3. on the condition Mwt ! the Bapttt City Mltoo Society give VMMti more The gift was accompanied by tn provision that the congregation shall In slon of the trustees Then followed a pcrlJ uf rejoicing and thankgilng and the mem bers of the church went ana) declaring that co effort nouhl be spared to rats the licceesary funds. VEXED 1'HOBLEM OF CHL'HCH. ThU l Sir. KockeMler'a, solution uf one of the vexed problems of the Baptist Chun i In thki city. The Vuhlngton Heights Ba,' llst Cliur-h l one of the oldest urbaniza tions of the dnomination la Nca York. The original house cf worship wa in Manun street, and was known as the Union Uaptls. Church. Owing to th- trend of the por-"-- tien nortbwerd, a neft house of wor-h'n handomst of Its Llrd In the city ai i..,,. . .... ...., -.i rn. n .. ,... i ! and rrty-r.fth street, at cost of 11TS,0-U. 'rh' I1W.W) was Invested In the new 'udlng and a mortgage .f $3. was glvrn i - Dr Dc Savings lcatltuUon. Th ! congregation look pontlon of ito new llisenlj. h,,i nri.n. CHARGES AGAINST TRUSTEES. It was charged that the trustees were too desirous of placing the heavy obligations of building the church upon the congregation. One of the trustees was Interested In Geor gia marble; another in hardware, and a third was a builder. They all insisted that they had sold supplic to the church prao ". - W-. " " f.C .-.-S ..... itMilla, . a... .... .1.. t..k t1.A .h.. I thought they were overansious in the .' ThVedl-eo wan hunt of Gecrcla marble ,Tia fiundafton of Ma?ne gramtf. MM- tecturallv it Is one of the mot imposing houes of worship In the northern part of the rlty It if said that It has the larjeat single eh-jrch window !n the coontrj. Owing to the disagreements In the con grecatton and the fact that the change of I lociUon alienated many of the old members. ine trustees icunu it oiaicuu io racei ex penses and to pav the Interest. The sum of J7LM3 was raised last year for current expencx but. although the congre gation was growing and the church was be- ginning to fe-llv flourish and take root In lorefbeclhey meeting the principal or tne mortgage. ... .L... : ... ..- .4... .....i. For this reason there was serious consid eration of & plan to close the church. Thia plan, owing to the offer of Mr. Rockefeller, will cow be no loafer necessary. CHARIOT RACE THROUGH STREETS OF PARIS. EPB-TAIt BT CABLE TO THB KEW" TORK HEIIALO AND THE ST LOCK REPUBLIC. Paris. Oct. t People passing along the "uwicvara ue uicor c uicr uj were surpris-d to see a cab galloping with a dox?n or more pursuing It at racms speel. The leading vehicle collided with a rag- picker's dotkey cart, and the result was. a general smash. The donkey was killed, th cab horiethroWn and the driver stutbed. The police arrived and an explanation fol- loweiThe driver was taking a drink at a cafe and heard the cab moving. He looked and saw a thief In possession and driving off. He lumped into an empty cab acd fol- Irwed. The chare was Joined In by cabs in the street, and a sort of chariot race eu- sued, ending as stated. it i ttv inuiui inuiT:ii i-wn jiv.w- r Opportunities Improved Lead to i-ortune and Fame. Within three months. When this occurs dividends wil! be paid and stock will advance to par more than likely, ten times par. Some years ago the public was otferetl the following storks at nominal figures. Each S to-day is in demand at a fancy 5300 invested in Gall! Coin in 1897 it nor north - 1! 1.000 S500 invested in Liliie in 1895 is now worth. 3.003 5503 invested in Portland ii 1896 is now w?rih 8.000 5500 invested in Etkton in 1396 i now worth 3.420 There are thousands of instances in Colorado where investments in bona-fide properties have returned many hundred fold for every dollar inve-tel an.l have made m:n and women independent for the balance of their lives. More fortunes are created in gold mining than in any of the other industries, and it is the only product the demand for which fails not. and market quotations coatrol not. A sma.il investmsrvt in, (his compa.ny, which is sa.fe"and sure of quick riturns, ma.y Bring an r enormous return at any moment. It nas the p33s:biiitis of rivaling the rsa.t mines of the past. If Z3X3. 2VXcOJa.S5.T,2jC-ST OOTVX2? VTNrsr, Banlrora. K Cop niiHilltr. J103.0O0. Galrestorl. Tex.. Sepr 1-. lfl S Thts bank wll rc-elve ubrriet'oT 'or lie to. k of the Pitkin Gold E" J! nlntr and Reduction Company and hold the p funds In trust suhjec to t-m of cuansn.e.-. sihl-h are as fol'owy. Li "SobuclDtloiw to the toi-K of ih lsi kin Gold Ket vtninz nd Red ictlon Co sent t or deposited with Ed McCkrthv : O . 2 n uaiicston. are to be hM In tnt for sWs-rlbe. until the -"oiucany cut an ore noot ot rmc;nnji sraae i: ounee to nuncex. r K Zt to fli p.r t"r. and rake-, shtstner . t'r3 the comcany forntsblns a -cert:l-iie exec-ite-l by enmoetent parties that a :n la nel ba cut ..n e ho.n ni h nrn.-.'ts mede cf rne;n ore. th hank wH "d".fr !l funds to tbe'll'kln Gold Belt il.nl-.: sr-l Klu'ti"i o--np.ir. 4t'S icert a'j'ii.f :o-s; will be luel to snrreT8 n-n "ii:d tbe i'..ium i.t i in J. remn'Mi fhki m:sin lhrte m-inihv tine, all fmrH H eis UDOti pre-wi-.t tit' f ie lot 3-ul by U The Board o Iretrr" "t rW r'.ikln sponelMe. aad ire can recommend the 1 i . a I a 3 1 jj I i i J t 4 i I J 'i , a I 3 Tliis? ZS ," V The prdperty of this Company, consisting cf over acre, with ne rr.tte of a true assure vein I Incate.1 in n,nni.n wwsi "zJEJSV- H k",n toGmln Gold Belt, which ts therleafGold Belt of "loTadd. Ur r"ode?o? d& whl'h ha p;od-u.ed s. p,r cent rao-e said than the total output of the CVippIr "reeit Di.trlct Mr "" or I0-'' JJiJUT' J2?cnTL m2?ry ?? bJJr imf. b"' ha:!' ai-f paid for. and with It oevelopme'm is b-'lnc pu-hed nisht aad dav i- Tti"?? v bnsclppsd Irora shallow working- to the iiuena Viats, SmtlMrijUi. o r wn The of mlJ- !S tbea:mIneDr?TrBlS5,M "nM,,",, Pr ,0n- J,n lh!s ,DL PoibilTtSr ofrtT-i"- urTtoc?P.,ano-0or;-edt,ai'tCOn,panr " Suw'-P-'- - "i . n-ox-fan paid 3 non-aseable. A portion of the treas- j 1 I W i JJ TJ.Perr.KI V t2J" Plared tn a tm-t fnd. o when guarantee Is complied with and shipments of ore begin, funds will be U hand for the immedtate erecritn of mi: ,. hcr I'tg-hnu-. buying horWand wagon Tcr htag ore to the railroad in! P on m? to return any st.!'-rlption. To prospectlte pur haer of JIM and pur.-hae afterward' foul! y. u For furth-' j,rticu!jr, propeitu. Pitkin Gold Belt fining: and Reduction Co. ottoxL U:cii.a..-o SixildlTicr, f Galvoeton. il..ke ai. mi- . ru. s rheks. r:-.' p,ya"f ti EI' JfC.UlTIir CO.. trasf.es, who wl'r send rec'lpts for sa INO COAL! Those interested in the use of Beaumont oil for heating and cooking purposes are invited to visit the demonstrating office, where various furnaces, heating, cookins and laundry stoves are equipped and in operation. AiERiSAN FUEL OIL BURNER MFG. CO MRS. MARKHAM SUES M0RAN. Finds That HV I" Not Her Lonj; Lost Xt'iihew. RKPIBU'- SI'EC1,VI Xix York. Xt. -4 -In a petition Jjst fi'.--i !n court hre Mrs. HeU-n M Mark-am. Idow of a. Chkaco hanVer. from vihcm sh- Inherited fUMst hs akd that Charles H. Mean aUat "Chappy" Mono, be de clared a bankrupt. This action is taken in . . , . . . 0 J f SS' srh' -. ii.g . j, nas uti.iP, d :o lint fir i-.vn'n--t e-ronc a.!y supposing Hiat ! his Ttpresentatlon that Jve was her long- ' lost nepnw was true. " Mrs. Markham declared in her perllion tjat Moran. with lnteat ,to defraud u.i credltors. gave a chattel mortgage a Tea weeks ago. without consideration, to a woman named Tnerese WIIMam. It covers personal proierty valued at 515. "na. including dsaraono Jewelry, b-lc-a-brac. bronz's. taint incs. household furni ture and a horse ..nd runabout, fpon Mr Markham's arx!sratlon Charles i Unite has been appointed receiver for Moran personal property under a bond of E5i The paictirg ln-Iude several canvases. i well-known artrs'- A. H. HUMMEL DEFENDS ROSE.! Attorney Denies: Accusations iladi j Against Imprisoned Actor. racrcBUi- ttrxriAi. , New lork. Oct. s-Th voltie la Jacob's voice, but the hand ! the hand oT Esax" ! From that text A II. Hummel, in vlgo-- orts phrases, proclaimed the tanocni of ' Ws client. Harry C Roe. who killed hW I ?.'' n,, a'!.,,1 .,Be f'atemenu made by . heV Ufinlw s erip'iS I' liTI f"'; -:ii"ira.' v"w . are shared bv one rf A!r rrn--- .l., Mrs. John McDonald. "Rarely. If ever, tn my experience." ald Mr. Hummel, "hare -I encountered so much of wretched, cowardly injustice as; Is being heaped upon this man. Rose, whn'lsbeh'nd Drtsan bars, and uncn his noor wnr. whJ. , in the grave. When Rose's side of the ston- hss Kn JieJC -?.'. 55 S"' "1?J5- .'""""' "C'T''',ra' "' er tne prvper perron nas oeen saCTlSced on the altar of Justice Is not fcr me to say. I have in my possession documentary evi dence to Justify the killing of at least one .. .- . i.. I -i " rt h, ,.mr r i ?! iJla' 1kBftLw Re w",.n"- I fri,a ?7 JtuFSJVJ? c5?,rsf 'J131 bZ i , L5 ' fE??!?-?1 1!on ot friends, will come forward anil My he was nfthenS??tT,? S?,? avthtnRwa: I " Dldn t Ms fldellty to her show that ". loved her? It Is cruel to utter such things fcr the purpose of shielding- the guilty one. Mr. Sprngwe Saya It I.s wel known that verv fin coffee Is I served at I-catcs;en Lunchrooms. II, - IS ' - YStHJmWf flsPEsaC I !.. - FINANCIAL. j i i price and painj; a large income r 5500iinves(ed in S500'invcsted in 5500 invested in SS00 invsstid in this bank.' , Gold Beit Vlnlns; and 1"ducllon Company cmpary as worthy of contrle-e. i 0,640. i I C'i- -4 . SV" m. - ' P . J ""-o' J.x-fc m. w iSJLliX3.& i2G C7023LTS3 "r0"" ctlrroI,p'r' Vnluo 1 C?r "1 Itill Paid ami o5l As w. able. -Ji.OO,. L Kr:i IJ ilCLIKVIXC. worth r !'i"aC TCp ar- Arriwie frafHV. trln . ctth! srt thing fairer than this? - etc. addreis IHERS NO ASHES! D. A.BRISLIN. President. NOTICE. STOCK Idaho Colli Mines Development Go. THUNDER MOUNTAIN, IDAHO, Will Advance 50 Oct. 10th. Present Pries 10 Cents Per Share. Advance Price Will Be 15 Cents Per Share, Par Value S1.00. Such froc rallllnp pokl ore values have never been known to the mimns tvorfj. Our first allotment of treasury- stock at 10 cents Is nearly all sold, vvl.cn u more will be offered at this price. Ft 'Ubscrip'ions antl fujl partiiuUrc. address I0&HQ GOLD MIKES DEVELOPMENT CO, SECURITY BOHD AND STOCK CO., Fiscal Agants, 306-7 Chemical Bid?., St. Louis, Mo. -IDAHO MIXING JOl'KXAL" SENT FREE. 1 GATE MINING COMPANY J. n. Drary. Cotton Factor. Pre.. J. "U. Peters. Capitalist, Vlce-Prcs. It. M. Fry. R. II. Fry Lumber Co- eeretnrjr and Treasurer. These are the Ecatlemea who conduct the affairs of the "Golden, Gate. and their reputation alone la snOJrleat suarantee as to the sta bility ot the organization. The UoIden Gate owss over SOO acrea of urn tine a mineral land as there la In Eldorado Conatr, California, lo cated directly on the "MOTHER LODE.- only a mile from where Mar shall flr-st discovered cold In California In IS-ll). The great Sprlnjclleld Mine, which pnld dividends of S5.X)0 a month, la right oa the same vein n the "Kolden Gate." The liljr Clinrch Mine, which Is on the other side, has been a dividend-payer for yearn anil years. In fact, the "Mother I.otle" Is dotted from one end to the other with great dlvi-ilcnrf-paylna; mlacst this Is the home of the ttold In thia section of Cal ifornia. We have ore In onr nder from the "Golden Gate" which run from 3 to more than SSIOO per ton. The company la now preparing; to erect their stamp mill, shaft A'o. I l atolnar ilonni nil bankhoa.es, of fice bulldlne. dlnlas-raoms. everythlne is completed. "Golden Gate" l now offered ut Co per share. I'ar value, g I.Otl; In other words, yon bay a dollar's worth of stock for 3c. "Great Western" Is worth Sl.OO per share of nay man's money; we sold thia stock nt Sn "Golden (. ate" will be worth KI.OO per share ax anon as yon Elve the offlrcrs an opportunity to develop the properly anil pat op the stamp mill. The ore ran be mined auil milled fortes than 9lJVt per ton. "Golden Gate" ha three distinct ledges for ore running clear through the property. Price will advance to 1.IX per share aa soon am sufficient money ts se en red to complete the stsmp mill and place the mine on a dlvidead pnylng hnsls. The man who can bay "Golden Gate" at 3c Is lucky, indeed. The directors have the power to advance the price at any time. We advise yon to hoy XOW. and not only make the proSt In the rise of the stock, bat secure yonr dividends. Oar weekly market letter free upon application. Dny "Golden Gate' and make hundreds of unllars on a small Investment. i 2 ' S ' H . S3 . T. S. HENDERSON & c I a. ! -. w av vrirrF tpt ok otf vi ft MA M VIE TUT OF Oil. HEL. ' . . j . r- t. . - Superintendent of Capitol Will Try , iew Heating-, Apparatus. 7fsr-mt- Brsr-TAI.- Washington. Oct. 4. Elliott Woods. Su n.-:n.rbm n perintendent of the Capitol building, has ar ranged to test the efficiency of cil as an agency for heating the. great white edifice. Experiments, with oW-humlng devices have leen 1n progress for rum time by Mr. Wcod-. and he has ordered that they be at tached to some of the boilers that a prac tical tet may be made. This wok will be done by a Texas oil company which jas offered to equip the boilers with the proper mechanism for oil' consumption, and to do nate ifW barrels of oil with which to dem onstrate the value of the fluid as a means of heating. The offer has not been formal iv accepted, but authority has been given the company to make a full teat of the new fuel. Opportunities Neglected Leave a Person in Poverty and Obscurity. one Home Mining .n 1593 is now worth.$I2.300 Vindicator in I97 ix now worth- Isab:!!a in 1893 it now worth.. . 3.100 2.100 Gold Kin in 1897 is now worth .. 5.000 presentation oi receipt iuen oy im-t -ant. sm held in troat wlU be returned to tbs--Tib- ....... are well knows to tr to be reliable ar.J rc- . t . -IiiS3.CX-3n.SO. r iwuva o. ue ireas- e .-,T,s. J J -w i ... w ... iou izuie nt Toxas. send rec'lpts for same. THE PRAGTIGai SOLUTION OF THE HEATING AND COOKING PROBLEMS. NO DIRT! 310 NORTH bj ELEVENTH ST. OF THE CO., 39B GssExenfal Ink BUC.. Sf . Liois. Hs. The chi'f electrician and the chief en gineers of the Senate and House wings have also b-en authorized by Superintend ent Woods to visit Baltimore to inspect methods that are being ued then? In sev eral large power plants with liquid fueL While the scarcity of coah-and the fer that the strike may be continued Indefinite ly, have been instrumental in exciting- gen erat interest In the use of lkruM fuel, the qurstton has been under consideration fcr a long time by Superintendent Woods. Before rcelvlng the offer from the Texas Company, he had reached the concliislorr that oil could be suceessfuHv used In the Capitol building a? fuel for heating pu pose. He argued that oil fuel would ob viate the coal ga odors which often err p Into the legislative" halls through the draft It would obviate the handling of large quantities of ashes, which have to be flt-CZ ' I vaieu irom oeiow onto toe siucwaih, oi ue east side of the budding, and it would ilj away with the constant hauling of coat; -"3 also on. this side of the fcuildlng god grounds. i i 13 I S-.A-W - .t.T .. . Vm. -Miir.i.r , sf,i , ci ' tiK- - .- -EftoWteSaW ..-.-- -J -. 1