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THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1903.
9
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On Exhibition
and Sale
On our now balcony, recently com
pleted, a magnificent assortment of
Clolsorne Vases, our own Importa
tion from Japan. There are
(t Eft Vases
),jj 3 inches
-TO
6 feet
tall.
$249
Never before have such beautiful
goods been offered at such remark
ably low prices.
Mermod & Jaccard's
Broadway and Locust.
GRAVENETTE
RAIN GOATS
A most satisfactory fall
overcoat. Tailor-made.
Every garment fits per
fectly. It will not only make a
serviceable overcoat, but is
also waterproof.
Call now and get benefit
of new, correct styles
and patterns.
ALL PRICES.
DAY RUBBER GO.
415 N. FOURTH ST.
Returning tourists with -"nothing to
wear" have only to drop in at BARR S to
find the newest and best of the season's
styles waiting for them. Come they even
from across the seas. Ban's buyers have
Bot here Just ahead of them with the new
est, most chic of European modes. The
Fall season Is "on" at Ban's great store.
Girl Attempts Suicide.
ItErUBLIC SPECIAL.
Kenncy, III.. Nov. 4. Nina Mllllgan,
aged 15 jears, employed at the Hotel
Pythian, attempted to end her life to-day.
locking; herself In her room and using
chloroform. A note which she wrote and
shoved under the door addressed lo her
mother chanced to be discovered In time
to save her life. Love caused the act.
SPECIALTIES.
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY
TRUST COMPANY
ISSUES ITS OWN
LETTERS OF CREDIT
Available Throughout the World.
MARRIED.
ZOLLINGER COLLADAY In Chicago. No
vember 3. 1J03. Mr. A. 7. Zollinger to Miss
E. R. Colladay.
DEATHS.
BABINGTON Suddenly nn NnvrmliM- a llfll.
J. P. Bablngton. ago M tears. Funeral rrom
Alexander's funeral parlor. No. ;S OJIva
street. Thursday. No ember . at 1:30 p. m. In
termtnt prltate.
BECKER la San Antonio. Tex.. Sundav. No
vember 1. 190S, at 6:30 p. m., Irene N.. dearly
beloved daughter of Hugo and Amelia Becker
(nee Foster), at the age of 13 years and is dajs.
x unrrai service at vompion nm congrega
tional Church, corner Latasette and Compton
atenues, Thursday at 2 p. m. Interment pri
vate. BENECKE On Tuesday. No ember 3, 1903. at
10.23 p. m. Robert Benecke, helot ed husband
of Mary Benecke (nee Koenlg), and father of
Mrs. A. L. Schuster. Mrs. E. H. Toss. Mrs.
It. C Usher and Theo. Benecke; aged CS tears
and 30 months. Funeral from family residence.
No. 2741 Armana street, Thursday, at 2 p. m . to
Missouri Crematory. San Francisco and Los
Angeles. Cal . papers please .copy.
DAYIS-On Tuesday morning. Noi ember 3.
1903, at her home, Maud R.ber. wife of Carroll
M. Dais. Senfces at Christ Church Cathe
dral, at 10 o'clock Saturday morning. Not em
ber 7. Interment pritate. Please omit flqwers.
EVANS Entered Into rest on Tuesday.
Not ember 3. 1903. after a brief Illness. John
Eans. beloted husband of Margaret Etnns (nee
Ifeaton), In the slxt) -eighth year rf his age.
Funeral Friday morning, at 10 o'clock, from
No. 3TA Dclmar bourn ard. New Torlc papers
please cop).
HEI On TufFday. Not ember 3. 150.1. st 3:30
o'clock a. m.. Anna lie! (nee Main), dearly be
loted wife of John Ilel. and our dear sister and
sitter-in-law. at the age of 2S jears and 3
months. Funeral tvlll take place rrlday. No
t ember 6 at S:30 a. m . from residence. No.
4453 Taj lor atenue. to St. Engelbert's Church,
thence to Caltary Cemetery. Friends lntlted to
attend.
LAYIK On Wednesday, Not ember 4. '!W3. at
8:30 a. m. Mary Ellen Ijnln. dear (sieved
daughter of John and Bridget Latin neo
Lavln). aged 15 years 1 month and 8 day..
Funeral Tilil take place on Friday, Notem'jer
s. at 2 p. m . from family residence, VSS south
Jefferson atenue. to St. Agnes's Church: 'fence
to Caltarv Cemetery. Friends and relatives
are Invited to attend. Chicago, 111 , papers
please copy.
MCLAUGHLIN Entered Into rett on Tues
da). Not ember 3. at 2:50 a. m., Mary McLaugh
lln. relict of the late Patrick McLaughlin and
beloted mother of Mrs. Theodora H Tecken
brock. Mrs. Bruno o. Schroeter. Jr.. Mrs.
Adolph J. Bentien and Anna McLaughlin, aged
C3 years. Funeral from family residence. No.
1512 North Grand atenue, Thursday. November
6. st 1:30 p. rn.. to Holy Rosary Church, thence
to CalTary Cemetery. Relatives and friends in-
vtted to attend.
PARIJJA-On Tuesday. November 3. 190J, at
the. residence of hi (laughter, at 5 p. rn.. An
tonio. Farina, father of Mrs Minnie Tore,
Frank A. Farina and ths late Mrs. biccilia Mc
Donnell. Funeral from No. 1909 South Comp
ton avenue. Thursday. Not ember I. at 1:10 p.
m. at Italian Church. Twenty-ninth and Lo
cust streets.
POLLAK-On Saturday. October 31. 1903. at
10:30 p. m, suddenly. Doctor Simon FollakT be
loved husband of Sarah Perry Pollak. Funeral
8l,a,Sr'?j0Tm.bJ!'7- " P m.. from family
residence. No. 112 North Grand atenue. Funeral
private.
RICHMOND On Tuesday. November J, 1933.
at 3:30 P. m.. Marney Richmond, beloved sister
of Thomas Richmond, aged 30 yearn. Funeral
train unaexiajcing rooms or urphy Amend,
on Thursdsv. November K. at 1:30 p. m., to St.
Lawrence O'Toole's Church, thence to Calvary
cemetery.
SHERIDAN Entered Into rest on Tues
day. November X. 1903. at 230 p. m.. John 8.
Bherlflan. beloved husband of Mary Bherldan
(nee Burns) aged 7o years. Funeral will take
place from family residence. No. 63T7 Arsenal
street, on Friday. November I. at 3 p. rn. to
Holy Innocents- Church, thence to BS. Peter
and Pant's Cemetery. Friends and relatives
of the family are invited to attend.
BIEWERS Entered law-rest, on tVednesday,
November 4. 1933. at 4 ao p. va.. Joseph rt.
Elewers. dear father of Annfo Funke (nee Slt-
Elewers.
werv); fi
s, Mirnure niw runke (nee Slt-
lingering Illness, In his dghtr-elghUi Tr. Fu
neral from the residence of his . cm-ln-I.w. Jo.
aeph A. yunke. No. 18S0H North Market street.
Saturday, November 7. at 830 o'clock a. m.. to
Bt. LSborlus'a Church, thence to Calvary Ceme
tery. Friends Invited to attend. Baltimore.
Md.. and.Deadwood. S. D., papers please copy.
8DTX1VAK On "Wednesday. November 4.
ISO, jit 1:46 p. m.. Peter Sullivan, brother of
Thomas. Jamas, Mary and Mrs. Henry lien
nlnr. Funeral 'rill take place from the resi
dence or. ma oronr-m-i. umrr jicnning,
Na 284J Dayton street, on -Friday; November 6.
at 2 p. rn.. to St. Bridget's Church, thence to
fBtranr rvmeierv. Deceased was a member nf
Council No. 5. Knights ocratber Sfsthew. ond
UBO XJICinuCT Ol. Oh .u"l uvuo.j v Ol.
Wwresce O'Toole's Church,
WILL ORGANIZE
UNIOIJL BiBLE CLASS
Persons From Every Denomina
tion Invited to Join Movement
Led by Doctor Gregg.
FIRST MEETING TO-MORROW.
Plans Two Years Old About to
Materialize at the Washing
ton and Compton
Avenue Church.
In addition to the regular services of the
YVashinston nnd Compton Avenue Presby
terian Church the Reverend Doccor Harris
1L Gregg will conduct a Bible class free
to all tho wish to attend on Friday even
ings during the remainder of this fall and
next winter.
The class is to be organized to-morrow
night in the lecture-room of the church
and many persons have accepted Invita
tions to become members.
Doctor Gregg belletes that revival meet
ings and all religious serticcs would be
followed by better results If the persons
attending them were better acquainted
with the Scriptures.
Ever sinqe coming to St. Louis two
years ago the Washington and Compton
Avenue Church pastor has had the idea of
a great Blbje class In mind. For one rea
son and another organization has been de
fened to the present time.
Slembership in Doctor Gregg's church,
in the Presbyterian Church, or in any
church Is not a requisite for membership.
In the hundreds of advertising circulars
which have been sent out It Is announced
that .any one who Is in earnest is wel
come. Doctor Gregg is known as a minister
ttell fitted to teach and Interpret the Bible.
He is in demand at Bible conventions, and
the one that secures a lecture from him
counts itself fortunate.
He has Just returned from England,
where he made especial studies on Bible
topics in the British Museum. He has
traveled and Investigated in Palestine, and
made exhaustive researches In Rome. His
time and services are to be given to the
new class without material remuneration.
It is expected by members of the Wash
ington and Compton Avenue Church, who
are to assist the pastor In the enterprise,
that the class within a short time will
have a largo membership, and become one
of the distinctive interdenominational re
ligious forces of the city.
TLAX MISSIO.V CAMPAIGN.
IlnptUt Women Seek to Interest All
Churches of the State In Work.
The Woman's State Mission Committee
of the Missouri General Baptist Associa
tion was in session all day yesterday In
the Third Baptist Church, and plans for
the next year's work were made and sev
eral committees appointed.
The Women's Committee has 225 asso
ciations in the State. The number is
larger than ever before, but the commit
tee, when it considers that there are 1.S0O
Baptist churches In Missouri, feels that
there jet remains a great work to be dene.
It is to reach these churches, interest
their members In missions and place soci
eties In them that the committee has
planned.
Mrs. H. B. Scammell of St. Louis was
elected chairman and Mrs. W. A. Klngdon
of KIrkwood recording secretary. Mrs. J.
H. Roblee and Miss Eleanor Mare, both
of this city, were chosen treasurer and
secretary, respectively.
The other members of the committee
who attended yesterday's meeting were:
Mrs. E. G. Hyde of Lexington. Mrs. M. J.
Breaker and Mrs. E. T. Trueblood of St.
Loul3. Mrs. J. L. Burnham and Mrs. S.
W. Knlffin of Kansas City. Mrs. S. E.
Ayres of Louisiana, Mrs. J. T. Hanna of
St. Joseph and Mrs. W. F. Ellott of Mo
berly. WILL DEDICATE NEW CHURCH.
Granite City Evangelical Congrega
tion to Have Elnborajo- Ceremonies.
The dedication of St. Peter's Evangelical
Church at Granlto City Sunday Is to bo
attended with elaborate ceremonies and
three services.
At 10 o'clock In the morning there will
be a welfare service In the old public
schoolhouse. whero the congregation has
been meeting pending the completion of
the new edince.
From there the congregation will march
to the church, where the dedication serv
ice will be held. The Reverend Olto
Waldmann. the pastor, will deliver the
address, and the sermon will bo preached
by the Reverend John Baltzer, pastor of
Zion's Church of this city.
Another service will bo held at 3 o clock
in the afternoon, and many persons from
St. Louis are expected to attend. The
Terminal has made especial provision for
trains lo Granite City at I p. m. At the
afternoon service there will be short ad
drctes from pastors of churches in St.
Ixjuls. East St. Louis, Alton and the Tri-
AUS'of the services will be In German,
except that or the evening, which will be
gin at 7 o'clock. Tho Reverend Theodore
Oberhcllman of Alton, and the Reverend
Paul Buchmueller of Summcrfleld. 111.,
will deliver the addresses.
The Mdison ferryboats will make late
tripq Sundav night for those wishing to
remain for the evening's service.
OPEXIXG COXCEItTTO-MOItnOW.
Central Y. 31. C. A". Offers Attractive
List of Entertainments.
A concert by the Lotus Glee Club In the
Central Y. M. C. A. to-morrow night will
bo the opening number of the winter's
entertainment course.
The company of six persons will be as
sisted by Minnie Marshall Smith, a dra
matic reciter from New York.
Other numbers and dates are as follows:
November 20, Lulu Tyler Gates Company;
December 4, Charles Dennison Kellogg;
December 18, the Dunbar Company; Janu
ary 22, Wagner Ladles' Quartet; February
S, Wallace Bruse Amsbary; February 19.
Mabel Carolyn Church; March 11, Jansen
Carnival Company; March 25, Ross Crane;
April S. Ellas Day.
LAW CLASS AT A BANQUET.
Judge Barclay and George P. B.
Jackson Address Y. M. C. A.
KVirmer and nrosDectlvc students of tho
Commercial Law Course of the Ralph Sel-
lew Institute of the central i. m. j. a.,
were entertained last night at a banquet
In the Central Association's building, and
afterward listened to addresses by Judge
Shepard Barclay and George P. B. Jack
eon, Mr. Jackson spoke on "Tha Advantages
of a Knowledge of Law and One Not Ei-
Waltham Watches
The busy man's friend.
"Tfce Perfected American Walch," an iltastroied book
of interesting information about toatchesy will be sent
free ttpon request.
American Waltham Watch Compaifa,
Waltham, Mass.
F. H. Ingalls Sells
Watches Hepaired at Special Low Frleea.
pecting to Practice It." He said that the
time is passed when the old axiom "Ho
who Is his own lawyer has a fool for a
client" expresses tho truth. A rudimen
tary knowledge of law. ho said. Is almost
Indispensable to any person who expects
to bo successful, no matter what his busi
nc may be.
Judge Barclay Is the lecturer on Com
mercial law at the Y. M. C. A., having
Inaugurated the lectures In 1808.
The lecturers this jcar will begin No
vember IS. and will bo given once each
week on Friday evenings. They are in
tended primarily for business men. Tho
course Is divided Into two series of lec
tures, one on elementary and other on ad
vanced law.
Many persons who havo taken the
course have sent testimonials to the man
ager of the Educational Department of
the Y. M. C. A. speaking In high terms
of the benefits the knowledge gained has
enabled them to derive.
I1IBLK CLASS TO RESUME.
AVHIlam n. Ncwell's Father to Mnfce
Initial Address In St. Mark's.
Tho Union Bible Class, which met last
year in the Odeon, will resume Its ses
sions to-morrow evening Jn St. Mark's
English Lutheran Churchf Cardinal and
Bell 'avenues.
William It. Newell, the former teacher
of tho class, will not be able to resume
his work because of poor health. The
address to-morrow evening will be made
by Mi father, tho Reverend David A.
Newell.
The class will hold weekly prayer serv
ices until the time when its former teach
er becomes ablo to resume his work.
From time to time, it is announced
prominent speakers from the Moody Bible
Institute of Chicago, under whose man
agement the St. Louis class Is, will ba
sent here to address it.
Webster Choral Service.
The choir of the Webster Grove3 Pres
byterian Church will sing the following
programme at Sunday afternoon's choral
service:
Doxology.
Anthem The Earth Is the Lord's Brown
ResponIte Reading.
Anthem Praise the Lord Wlegand
Scripture Lesson.
Anthem S'rg Praises to God AVarelng
Address hv the Iteterend D. M. Skltllng. D D.
Anthem rralse Ye the Father Gounod
Anthem Sing Alleluia Forth Dudley Buck
The choir Is und?r tho direction of Miss Kath
erine Atery and is as follows:
Sopranos Mrs. C I Brooks. Miss Mabel Mer
rill. Miss Helen Baker.
Altoi Mrs J. U. Dopf, Mrs. Walter Alley,
Mls Jane Wilkinson
Tenors Walter S. Roff, Louis F. Booth and
Harry Sleber.
Bassos Henry O. Bates and Ernest Horspoot,
Violinists Miss Josephine Albcrs and Guy L.
Elackmer.
U. H. C. Literary Circle.
The United Hebrew Congregation Liter
ary Circle will hold Its first meeting of
this season Sunday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock In the Temple at King's highway
and Morgan street. The ofllcers desire
that active work bo done during the winter,-
and that classes In post-graduato
Biblical work and in literature bo organ
ized. WOMEN'S CLUB FEDERATION.
Seventy-Seven Representatives of
Organizations at Annual Session.
REPUBLIC SrECIAU
Ardmore, I. T., Nov. 4. Mrs. J. C. Rob
erts of Kingfisher, Ok., president of tho
Federation of Women's Clubs of Okla
homa and Indian Territory, called the fifth
annual session of the federation to order
this morning In Elks' Hall. There are
present 130 delegates, representing scion-ty-seven
clubs.
In her annual message the president
showed that twenty-six clubs had fed
erated during the year, and that the fed
eration now represents a membership of
1.675 women. Three new departments
tore added during the year legislation,
torcstry and civil service reform.
Among distinguished visitors are: Mrs.
Smoots of the Texas Federation, Mrs. Lon
gan of the Missouri Federation, and Mrs.
Denlson of the New York Federation. The
morning session was devoted" to reports of
committees of different departments, and
the afternoon session to department of
art, civic department and department ed
ucation. Mrs. Denlson of New York Fed
eration delivered a lecture to-night at tlte
opera-house
SAYS SHE LIVED IN AFRICA.
Lottie, Reynolds Tells Judge She
Married Nephew of a King.
Lottie Reynolds, a negress, living at No.
2828 Easton avenue, told a romantic story
in tho Dayton Street Police Court yester
day. She was charged with disturbing tho
peace of Callis Bllllnger, another negress,
who also lives at No. 2S2S Easton avenue.
Tho case was continued, as another
charge is pending against Lottie growing
out of the same difficulty.
In giving her tcsUmony she occasionally
used words which were unintelligible to
Judge Pollard and Assistant City Attor
ney E. A. Noonan, Jr.
She said the words which she Inadver
tently used were of a dialect which she
learned In Africa.
She was not born in Africa, hut went
ther with her husband from this coun
try. Her husband died and she married
tho nephew of an African King, who had
nine wives. She has traveled over distant
parts of tho world, she said.
IGNORED THE CITY COUNCIL
Springfield City Attorney Will
Trosecute Gambling Cases,
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Springfield. 111., Nov. 4. City Attorney
Fitzgerald to-day showed his determina
tion to prosecute the 112 civil suits com
menced by him for violaUon of the gam
bling ordinance when ho ignored the or
der of the City Council directing him to
dismiss the suits and contested a motion
made in the Circuit Court by Corporation
Counsel Salzenstein to dismiss the cases.
The City Attorney, also asked for a rule
on Attorney Salzenstein to show by what
authority ho appeared In tho court and
asked the dismissal. Fitzgerald assorts
that no ordinance was ever parsed pro
viding for the appointment or election of
a corporation counsel.
CRIME IS INEXPLICABLE.
Unknown Man Rides Up f o Farm
house and Shoots Three Persons.
Stroud, Ok., Nov. 4. Nino miles south
west of Stroud an. unknown man rpde up
to the house of Mrs. Ames, shot and killed
Mrs. Ames and tho hired man, Henry
Jackson, and seriously wounded Mis3
Ames, aged 19, shooting her in the shoul
der. The murderer escaped. A motrve Is
lacking.
Prescription No. 2S51. by Elmer &
Amend, will not cure all complaints, but
It will cure rheumatism.
E. W. 'Wayne Appointed.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Springfield, 111., Nov. 4 E. W. Wayne of
Delevan was to-day appointed by Gov
ernor Yates as a member of the Board of
Trustees of the Hosnltal for lnrurah! Tn.
sane at Bartonville. Mr. Wayne succeeds
E, H. Thomas of Argenta, whose term has
expired.
WALTHIM WATCHES
Is Flat Cell JIVEUT er DIUOIDI fr
ClSBirlllTMIUin.
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If a frog gets In your spring, you
clean out tlio spring. If t your cistern
gets foul, you clean It out. If your
horse goes lame, you apply immediate
relief. If your engine breaks down,
you repair it at once. Delay in any of
these cases is disastrous. Ninety-seven
per cent of the people sutTer from
some form of stomach or bowel trou
ble. All sorts of complications result
from the delay in treating these or
gans. Keep your bowels clean and reg
ular; then your stomach will perform
its natural functions, your complexion
will be clear, your breath sweet, your
digestion perfect and your whole sys
tem rejoice in a delightful state of
health.
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WILLIAM H. CRANE'S NEW
PART IN "THE SPENDERS."
William H. Crane's new play, "The
Spenders," will be on view at the Olympic
Theater next week. It Is an adaptation
of Harry Leon Wilson's novel and was
selected for transmission into play shape
on account of its hero, old Peter Bines.
He is a Westerner, who for years trudged
over the Montana hills, hammer in hand,
a few belongings on Ms back, his heart
filed with the hope that some day he
would striko ore.
The day comes at last, but the posses
sion of great wealth does not affect him.
No man in tho mines worked harder than
he did. It remained for his relatives to
go East, to pretend a dislike for the coun
try tho old man loved, and to part with
money so rapidly that they' were dubbed
tho "Spenders." Tho plot deals with the
old man's efforts to reclaim his family,
and tho character of Peter Bines Is said
to be ,a splendid affirmation of the truth
that llio is worth living. Mr. Crane is seen
in this part. The play is in four acts.
Tno opening act is laid in Montana and
the following ones In New York.
The sale of seats for the second and
final week of Klaw & Erlanger's specta
cle, "Mr. Bluebeard," will begin this
morning.
From the point of view of tho spectator
who has no time to count or calculate, 100
persons are engaged in Its production and
wear half that many gorgeous costumes
during tho evening. Of course, that Is
merely an impression, but it gives an idea
of the effect produced. U
So rapidly do the changes of scene and
costumes follow one anqther that ono can
not hopo to keep track of them; he. only
knows that the last1 Is the most Dleaslng.
Eddy Foy, Harry Gllfoll, Bonnie Maglnn
anu jtueio .turner Keep up tne merriment.
.
"Tho Sign ot ihe Cross" will succeed
"Robert Emmet" at tho Grand. Tho de
votion and heroism of the early ChrlsUans
under the wanton cruelty and persecution
of the Emperor Nero In Rome Is present
ed with striking realism in Wilson Bar
rett's drama, and this brought It at its
first production to the notice of the clergy.
It has had for the years of its success the
voice of the pulpit as Its Btrongest advo
cate. It has had, too, and still has, the
universal admiration of the theater-going
public. There is no play In which the tri
umph of right over wrong is more nobly
expressed. ,
.
To-night tho German Stock Company
will bo seen at the Odeon In a farce, "Fa
mlllcr Hoerner" ("The Horn Family").
For next Sunday night Director Welb has
In preparation a production of Schiller's
"Die Jungfrau von Orleans" ("Maid of
Orleans"), which will be given with the
full strength of the stock company, aug
mented by at least fifty supers.
Tho Imperial Theater will offer "A
Ruined Life" next week, with Clara
Kropp In tha tltio part. Tho play depicts
a new and truo Idea of Gypsy life In Eng
land, .and numbers among its sensational
effects an esLape In an airship. Nellie
McHenry in "M'Liss" is tho current at
traction. Sho presents an Interesting re
vival. Tom Nawn and company In "Pat nnd
the Genii" Is the best feature of the pro
gramme at the Columbia. Thoso to ap
pear hero next are Robert Hllllard and
company, the four NIghtons, Low Haw
kins, Dillon Brothers, Henri Humbert-,
Musical Wcstons. Flo Adler, Hldges nnd
Lambmerc, Three Juggling Jordans, Bert
Lennon and Mr. and Mrs. Wright.
.
Hashagon's Auditorium is offering Irene
Dale, balladlstr Magician La Bell, Goldie
Washburn, soubrette; Stewart and Wal
ton, sketch artists; Harry Newman, ec
centric comedian; Armand Melnotte, fe
male Impersonator; Coney Island girls
and Halltry and Melnotte, burlesque tra
gedians. .
The second concert ot tho World's Fair
Juvenile Band will be given Sunday at
tho Odeon at 2:30 p. m. Tho 100 littlo mu
sicians made a favorable impression last
Sunday.
.
Balfe's "Bohemian Girl" will bo given
by the School of Opera November 23. The
school's membership has Increased and a
chorus of seventy-llvo trained voices
promises to be an Interesting feature of
the performance.
Tom Nawn delineates humblo Irish 'char
acter so faithfully that he doesn't have
to worry about a new sketch.
"Pat and the Genii" has been civen
three or four times at the Columbia, and
Nawn's reception thero as Pat again last
night was as hearty as though he was go
ing to make tho hit of his life in some
thing new. Tho comedian makes himself
tip to look like a gardener and his manner
Isms and broguo are most real.
Sirs. Nawn, as Sarah, is one of those
guileless women we sometimes And to
whom the cutting of bread and butter is a
real mission In life and household duties
an object of existence. Miss Hattie Nawn
plays tho Genii.
There Is much clean fun In the lines,
but the charm of the piece lies in the
character acting of this talented family.
The talkative Miss Norton offers a
monologue that is about the best she
has given: Sho is far more entertaining,
however, in souiu sort of a sketch that
enables her to Impersonate a society girl.
J. C. Nugent and Grace Fertlg appear
In a comedy called "The Absent-Mlnded
Beggar." Antrim and Peters present the
farce "A Meal Under Difficulties." The
performance is given variety by the
specialties 'of McCIoud and Melville,
singers and dancers; Hanley and Jarvls,
Jesters; Ruth Nelta. comedienne; Wil
liam Rossaire, gymnast; Parker's dogs
and the Quaker City Trio.
"McFadden's Row of Flats" Is enjoying
a profitable week at Havlin's. Specialties
are given by the Exposition Four, Ada
Boshal), Bobby Ralston, tho Yellow Kids
and Prett Reed.
Harrv Clav Blanev will return tn thin
theater next week in "Across the Pacific." '
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beautiful Book of Styles,whichis yours fortheasking. You ought to
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other toes. Ail sizes and widths. Your size among them.
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us $4.00 br pojul order or rcfistered mill, and we II see
thit you itt them.
Beautiful Booklet of Styles free
Vrlte lor oar art book of shoe styles ; sent free to say
address We will ilso send t beautiful photo trous art
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BIG FOUR
SATURDAY EVE,, NOV. 14th.
Get tickets Broadway and Chestnut and
Union Station.
Blaney is again to play Willie Live, tho
war correspondent.
"Where is Cobb?" one of the latest farce
comedies, will be, seen at tho Crawford
after "The Midnight Express." Louis
Eagen is the author of the new piece and
some funny complications aro promised.
. . . .
Harry Bryant's Burlcsqucrs, In "Tho
RIw and Fall of O'Reilly, ' aro next to
appear at the Standard. The opening
travesty will be followed by a vaudevlllo
bill made up of acts by Cameron and Ken
nedy, vocalists; the Imperial Japanese
Troupe of Acrobats; Clara Douglass
Rackett. dancer, and Cassamoro and Flor
ence, German character Impersonators.
II. Edward Rice, manager of the Law
rence Hanley Stock Company at Koer
ner's Garden last summer, will havo
charge of the Suburban Garden next sea
son. It Is expected that hi3 management
will bring about a new era of prosperity
at the Wellston resort. With a company
of well-known players, elaborate scenic
revivals of "Midsummer Night's Dream"
and similar pieces would please Immense
ly. Mr. Rice has not determined Just
what sort of entertainment to offer, but
he promises something unparalleled in
warm-weather theatricals.
Christian Endeavor Election.
RHPUIILIC SPECIAL.
Carbondale, HI., Nov. 4. The following
are the officers elected for the ensuing
year for tha Carbondale district of tho
Christian Endeavor Association, Including
tho counties of Jackson, Williamson,
Franklin and Perry: President, F. E.
P.ipe of Du Quoin; vice presidents. Jack
sou County, Hattie Tucker of Murphys
boro; Williamson County, Alice Kennedy
of Carterville; Franklin County, Mrs. C.
B. Huddlcston of Benton; Perry, Mary
Huglley of Du Quoin; secretary and treas-
Dandruff! Do you
like it? Do nothing
and 'twill stay. Use
Hall's vsfcut,e Hair Re
newer and 'twill go.
It stops falling, makes
the hair grow, and
always restores color.
gold for years. If roar druggist cannot wpplryoo. (end JUS to
a X. HALL 4VCO.. Nashua, if, H.
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TOISCCO AND NIURASTHCItlA.
NOW IS THE BEST TIME FOR PLANTING
YOUNG'S HARDY BULBS.
IITACINTIia SINGLE or DOUBLE. MIXKD
colors, 60c perdoz.; 14 50 per 100.
TULIPS. SINGLE or DOUBLE FLOWER
ING, assorted colors, 15c perdos.; S5c per 100.
CROCUS, JHXED COLORS, lOo per dot; 40c
per 100.
HARDT WHITE LILIES, flowering bulbs, ISc
each; 51.00 per duz. k
CHINESE BACHED LILIES, monster size
bulbs, 10c each; JLW per dor.
Send for Illustrated cataloeue.
YOUNG'S ,40s6tA?o,uv.aB?t-
urcr, Roberta Watson of Carterville; as
sistant, Kate Winning of Carterville: su
perintendent of missions, Gao Corley of
Murphysboro; superintendent of good citi
zenship, Wylie Kiel of Carbondale; su
perintendent ot Junior work, Kate Beech
er of Do Soto.
I'ncklng-IIonse Strike Feared.
Kansas City, Nov. 4. In all probability
a general strike of the union employes of
the local packing-houses will be issued
within the next twenty-four hours, as an
outcome of the sausagemakers' strike at
Chicago.
Officers In this city of the Amalgamated
Meat Cutters and Butchers' Union to-day
received word to prepare for the reception
of a striko order. Should such an order
be Issued It would. It Is estimated, affect
1200 men and SOO women In the different
plants in Kansas City.
Cars Ilrrak Through llrldge.
REPUELIC SPECIAL.
Centralis. 111.. Nov. 4 Eight heavily
loaded coal cars broke through the bridge
over Crooked Creek on tho Jacksonville
lino last night and were badly demol
ished. None ot the crew was hurt, though
several had narrow escapes. Traveling
Auditor Rogers was on the train.
Accidentally Shot Ilmsclftto7r.(
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Golden City, Mo., Nov. 4. Millard Wad
cle. a Dade County young man. accident
ally shot himself In the side while out
hunting this afternoon, and it is reported
that he will die.
Drnmmond Trial Resins.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Winchester. 111.. Nov. 4. The trial of B.
F. Drummond for the murder of his
brother last March was commenced In tho
Circuit Court here to-day. ,
AUCTIONEERS.
A, . SELKIRK & GO.,
AUCTION AND STORAGE.
Regular sale everj Saturday t 7"b0l?
end general offlces. 1I0S-10-11 Chouteau are.
Sales in residences a specialty. Phons K!nloe
r in .
WESTERN SALVAGE
WRECKING AGENCY
IMS and 130J Waahlngion av.. handHry ol
Fire and Marine Sahace. Watch for snecuu oo
tlces.
SAMUEL GAMS. Manacr.
AMUSEMENTS.
OLYMPIC-TO-NIGHT.
A COUNTS GIRL
REGULAR MATINEE SATURDAY.
BEGINNING
Next Montlny,
SEATS ??lE now;
"ANOTHER CRANE HIT"
Charles Frohman Presents
WM. H. CRANE
In E. E. Rose's Adaptation of
THE SPENDERS.
CENTURY:
TO-NIGHT AT a
KUW & ERUKOfR'S
M1QHTY
BEAUTY
MR.
SPELTACLB I
BLUEBEARD
3 Big Shows i 400
in One. i in Company.
Regular Mat. Saturday.
Sett Sili for SaconJ Witk How Prorreulop
Va K AHI U 6ooj Seats, 25s
Night Prlcfi-13. S. 33. M. "Vc
The Great Historical Irish Play,
ROBERT THE DAYS
EMMET. OF 1803.
Next Sunday Mat. "The Sign of the Crosa."
GERMAN THEATER-ODEON.
UEINEATANN & WELB. Managers.
TO-NIGnT
"FAMILIB lIOER.VEn.''
(The Horn Family.) A Jolly Farce Revived.
Next Sunday. November s Grand Production
ot Schiller's "MAID OF OHLEANS."
GTlUniBII THE HORE OF TOUT.
I HllllMnll TWO FROLICS DAILY.
SAM DEVERE OWN GO,
CVTRl MAX LUTTBEG. champion llht
LAIlin weight wrestler, will meet all comers.
Nest Attractlon-BItYANTS BURLESQUERSt
HAVLIN'S
Tha Thetttr Whtrt
You Set tha Bttt
Show lor Lit'
Itm Mar.
25-Cent Matinees Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
TO-DAY AT 2. I Flife- 1 15,25,SS,5
Sis. 1st. lext Hirrr Bluer, "term Ui fuUV
IMPERIAL
TO-NIGHT.
lSc,23c,35c,S0e.
25c MAT..
TO-DAY.
Nellie McHenry
n "M'LISS"
San-MMt"A Rulatd Lift."
CRAWFORD THEATER, "&lkhi
ah mis week, jonn i
Kennedy's rreat scenic
frltn.
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NIGHT EXPRESS and1
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stronjr vaudettlle tui.
1st). Tim.
Thar., Jit.
sun.. rov. wner
COLUMBIA
Continuous Vatideiille, 1:30 to 10:30 Diil
AH This Week and Next Sunday, ,
Tom Nawn and Co.
Quaker City Trio.
McCIoud and Melville.
Angle Norton.
Antrim and Peters.
Frank Buh.
Parker's Dogs.
Hsnley and Jarvls.
Nugent and Fertlr.
Ruth Nelta.
William Kossaire.
The Klnodrome.
15c-30c-50c Chairs, reserved. 7Sc.
St.Louis Horse Show
COLISEUM.
MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2 O'CLOCK.
Largest and Finest Rings of
Horses Ever Seen in tiie West.
Seats on sale at Bollman Bro.'. 1120 Ollrd
street, until 5 p. m.. nnd at Coliseum Box.
Office.. Thirteenth and Fourteenth street.,
after 7 p. m.
Prices Iteorved seat. 51 00; general admis
sion. 60 cents: gallery. 15 cents.
THE AUTUMN SEASON
At the top of thp Ozarks Is the most delightful
of all the year. The magnificent
CRESCENT HOTEL,
EUREKA SPRINGS, ARK.,
It open HI tit jiir rooiii. Terr Ijw ritu li iftirt
VIA
City Ticket Office. Eighth and Olive Sta.
PROPOSALS FOR PUBLICATION
Of tho Supreme Court and Courts ot Appeal
Reports.
Sealed proposals will be received at the of
fice of the Secretary ot State of the Stat of.
Missouri, at Jefferson City, up to and Including
4 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday. November IT. IMS. i
for the publication during the eniutng six
years of the Supreme Court and Courts of
Appeals reports, as provided by Inr, section
lCI. R- B. 1899.
Reports to be delivered In basement of Cap
itol building free from charges of boxing of
transportatlon. ....
A good and sufficient bond In ths sum of -C0.0CO
tor the faithful performance ot tha
contract must accompany each hid.
The Commissioners reserve the right to reject
any and all bids.
E. C. tROW.
Attorney General;
ALBERT O. ALLEN.
, state Auditor;
SAM B. COOK.
Secretary of Stats.
Commissioners.
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