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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. MAY 25. 1904.
HAGENBEGK'S ZOO OFFERS MUCH OF INTEREST TO VISITORS. -S77rHMrBa.izrTtt-i 57.50 Waists at 95c Wednesday. rOVTinis this waist opportunity spicnoia lot oi worsen s white lawn waists in eight different stylei, va riously trimmed with pleats, tucks, lace and embroidery, also the new Bertha waist, like illustration, square and round yokes of allover net. alio square asu round Kenan trimmed f g with lace, full pouch sleeves VrV$ f 1IS1K uivf in KHMainHHvrp-A wmBnnWEKiWnKB MrwimrM mmrntAjwtoKrwuKmcrswui-m. sMjf r !-? jjMMrvau lmmvm' va .r V-KKiHsllsHsmslllllllllllllllllllllllH si-.. ff ! II!'! Ugini J i i fe Jimy imsafmif IJ V A ty JiMtis&v 1&LAW mssmg&gK S'f - -77 h-s. -i-?. W fn $15 Silk Shirt-Waist ; Splendid garments in every way excellent stvles and of -ood materials -, ihfe " Kod variety of Taffetas. Foulards, Lonistnes sd Taney - ..,,., iuc, &i dim uiaci; wai;s nmslivri ' with pleats, tucks, straps and tancy buttons full pouch sleeves stirts come in variously pirated aad kilte-i stvles, trimmed to mitc'i ' wiists decidedly chic costumes On f ' worth fnllv isnann ..I- - ViW -3J1 ' - - w.. .1V. . Fine Wash Goods-Alain Floor. THE main floor wash goods section near elevator offers four eaxeption 1 ally choice lots of pretty summer wtsa fabrics for coiliilcrably less than the usual selling prices. 30c Washable Cotton Voiles in lijhtand iri mixtures, also check effects, guaranteed to launder stylish for shirt-waist scits -""fI P"-vrd IZT-C 50c Imported St. Gall Swisses 25c Pure Silk Warp Moussellne in White and colored grounds, em- . ,. . , broiderei in self-colored, also con- U the h2ht nd darc shd. " trastiag dots will lauaier 2 J? eluding cream and black perfect-peryard OOU per yard IOC 75c Pare Linen Imported Crash Suiting in the new shades of blue, onion brown, dahlia and gray mixed with white a splendid and very Cl stylish fabric 16 inches wide per yard 0"C Basement Specials for Wednesday. WahtlngsVrkite Imported Mercer ized aiaaras waistings, neat de signsworth 15c a yard, Nainsook 35-in. soft finish imported Nainsook, for women and chil dren's wear worth 25c a f ) yard, at. J UC Muck Ton els Large size, of heavy cotton, with neat border nicely hemmed good values at 10c on sale at f "' agammim ys mMBi n ! ii'.fci.uinMnnjrfjHrgaaga 52f3E3F EQR . JUNE .:. . vj : jyiciure s iorjune. Just out J At all newsstands. Read Ida'M. Tarbell's great , story of Rockefeller's recent struggles with his.competi tors the struggles of giants. Read1 ".The . House of Ful filment," a charming- new novel by George Madden Martin, author of "Emmy Lou."' Read. the six good short, stories., TEN CENTS Jgg II CtBTS A COrT. J1.M A lEAt 6ET McCLCTZ'S flflM AST MWSDEAttX. HcCLCIE ABLnr uk rrow the rwuinm. a. a. hcllusl lu hi l. z-.a STKgT. jiew tsji IIEAT OrKS CHAStrAGXE KOTTI-CIj. Merry Poppfns of CorJs and finr ellnjr Sounjn In Afrrlcnllnrc Talaco. There was a menr popping of corks and succeeding gurgling sounds yesterday afternoon at th Palace ot Agriculture. The occasion was not a World's Fair ban quet or Jollification, and yet champagne no wed like water. Nobody opened a bot tle. The bottles opened themselves. YesterdaVs brisk temperature got in Its work in the section of the palace 3e ted to canned goods and bottled wine. Exhlbltore in this section were startled during a siesta by a fusillade of popping corks, and all hands hastened to the spot. thinking that at last the wine thicies would bo discovered When they reached the spct fier found that, the heat had been too much for the "bubble wair" and that the champ-igni vas in reiolt. ,, To protect exhibitors on the south s-de of the Palace of Agriculture from tht sun's rays, whicn the large white g.a3 window panes intensify, L. TV. eeko . Superintendent of Construction his or df red the gjiss painted green The dancer color will sew to lcsen the htat sail preserve the condition of the ex'-iibits u-s-plajed in this part of the building. OIT1C! 1L riiAfi SUtnCTKD. rortlnnd Exposition Ilann-r to Kl" TTom Orecun Iluilcllnr. ronland. Ore., Hay it -An ductal flag for the Irais and Clark Exposition has been adopted by the corporation. An order was given to-day for a large-rized flag of bunting to bo rpade and sent .to the St. Louis World's Fair, where it will Coat over the Oregon, building. The design fcr the flag is In four colors -red. white, bluo and j eltow- tnbo.Icat of England. France, Russia and hpa.n. the countries which first sent exploring expeditions to the Great Northwest. Toe yellow also brings out the Oriental lea lure of the expoitIon- .... .,i The large field is of bright yellow, crossed by red bars, with the official sym bol ot the exposition. Hacajaa 1" Lewis and Clark on to the West, in tne C ASTO R I A FsirfsfciBiQita The Kind You Have Always Bought V'VV .U.M-, iyt ami. at.. Womsn's Walking skirts of light weight all-wool fancy mixtures in light shades of taa end pray sit different styles also of good quality mohair bnlhautine m Mack, blue and brown variously finished with pleats, tilts, straps end bn'to enu au-ton $4.95 trtisainj; SG.50 and 57.50 values at ... Suits $9.95. ... ,... .. . V- Iadla Llnoa Extra fine grade 40-isch White India Licon worth 15c yard on sale 10c Moussellne de Sole Fine grade im ported Silk Mousseline de Soie a large variety of colors worth 19c a vard, at.. .. 10c , -,. i-issss center. The -mail fifld is of blue. In tho nter is a pra of Oregor grape, the Stat flower of Oreo Arvund this are Sif star. representing O-ej'in. Wahlnn ten. Idaho, Womlng ajid Tiontana, the States of old Oregon. OAIC LEAF ITOWER nCD. Lundcnpe Depnrtmrnt ran I'nlnac feature for IZxpoItion ?Ite, A large flower ted. in the thapc of an oak leaf, will adorn the cat tnd of the Plaza in front or the Trench pavilion. The sod surrour:d.n3 It, which is cut by a Fpal process, leaving a firm edge, war placd "estenla;-. The main stem will be formed of rows of eo!eu- The base w'll bo a dcMgn in h-e!d form, from "inich will extend ribtonllke pro-J-ction3 of stroLiianthes In t'ie center of the b.ise will be a large disk of iortuLicea. su oundl bv r. border of cl.eneria. the v Mole bounde.j by a wreath of irrstne ilndeni. with out line"! nt nto:ii i inran.is The leave End acornn which will form the lobes of the main leaf, will be composed of altcr r. ".ntl,ra .. 'Hie wor of etting out the plants h u already tcg-jri TO VISIT IILSiiIA m7ttli:mi:t. Prlnc- On'.hlonnk' Ine Trom St. Uml tr YorUtovrn. Jlnnitolin. Prince Hester Oukhtoraslcy. editor of the t. Petersburg Vledomostl, the only Russian representative at the World's Press Parliament, will go from St. Louis to Yorktown. Hannoba. to investigate the condition of the P.usstan Doakhobor sot-tlc-nent there. He will xls'.t Montreal on June 1. re-turnlT-tr tn Xra York a few dix later for a brief stay in that city before his de parture fcr Europe on June i- iiilt for f:i3,00a CmmIilon. James T. Gardner filed suit In the Cir cuit Court yesterday against SI. T. Eld ridge for tXfiJO commi5lon. alleged to have been earned In connection with the sale of the Cane Eelt Railway. Bears the j Signature g TaZaZeA .. 6c W&illm ttsi? T A ! . I If ' 1 it' '" . .- " - -- TRAINED HOUNDS Students of natural history will flrrf much to Interest them in Carl IPigenbeck's collection cf wild animals on the Pike, now open to public inspection. Ths zoo Is a reproduction of that which Mr. Hagenb-ck bull: at StclIIncen. a suburb near Hamburg. Germany, his homev. In tho show tit re are fmirit-en rroupi of porformnr .tnimaN I fine t.nt- of the largest collections of trailed animals in tho world Thtro will b m'xi-d groups, containing Hon. tigt-rs. Iivch-. Ieopnis, parther-, pjmas and Stuttiart Itoar hour..i .-.II rerforrr'rg In a tp-'I arena at the sir o ilm. s-v"i gr'wn ilar l.ir. the first of this sp-cies to be trained by UPON THE REGISTERS AT STATE BUILDINGS. Nearly ICO i Isltors registered at tho Slls.-ouri building yesterJay. Among those from cities and towns In MNsourl, at lie from St. Lot.:-, were the fo.Iowisg: Mrs. Y. II. Ur-.ehicn. Jt--j Ilt.ea j;r!th:ra. lUnnibal: Mrs illve ii scare. Mrs. E-nll Telchnaa. l!r. I 15 Baw. Cj GlrirJeva: J c tt lr.:VU. S.th-rU-il: Mits No 1 f Va.ry. Itooavtlle. 11. II BUir. Cuiiicn. V. c. la- f-U. rtirtcn on. J M. IMtf. Indipl: Jiha 1". Lis. F tV. Thit-. S-rrtErt':!!: Y.'. A. Mi lwcald. St Jtjh. Jlr U T IJ-ll. Mar thill. Mr. sai iir- J. M MasruJer, Mrs rhemas liiwrt-.ee. Wtbb t:v ucctr J ." V.rttiT. UUri-in, 1 Z. M.I.cck. St. Jami; ICtAartl " ft.iioen. rt- Jnntl Mr ar.J Mm W C Trou'njin. Jirl-n, Mra. IL I- JlmiSren. Hannibal. Mr. It. L sbiibcrn, Mrl-jr J O. Cjtfee. Stwlvllle. J L. ilelu-. clbl3. t btMir. Jal.i.. J. u in.u. tiini, w c llinls. fulton. . V Mt.IItr.ry. A.u r. IIr-T I Jat, Iir.j. Cily. Ivjle H. "ioir. i-.,an 1o- J'tplm. M I Llpscorrb. J-. Ciljm'la. Myrtls Iar. Warrenatn-g. N -ah Ctuk. fDitinvi::. Auzujt i'-a.. j:-j-bss i r: it Hd. Mirtfcali- II A Marthil. rlnfrlM. .tic- Iv'rktJiitrlcic. HatlltW. I I' Tin ni. Kan kis 4-ity. Mrs. V. 1 t)'Kef-. tprl: Nelll Jofc-stn. Aciora Mr ant M- Ntl U Mar sai 1, ill Marv Ma-iball, L'al'nviil. A. P. tT.Tt. Auru-a; Arthur M. ltrif. 1'rlccet. n. Mr -.ti Mr?. .t Mlll-r. J pia It I Mcor IlanmbJl W tt. iJutridKt. Calfcojn; tZttrr Iliarock. rrl-.gne!J. A. C Cirtrr. Uxtfr. tlcrge A. Npa Diinir-han. K. D Klrp. Kanx l"ty. D. H. CUrrTl'frr. llalrfvlllr; Mary Itilfr. inn: Martha Hunter. P. llustcr. lunnl ta ll-ry M- Ki.bt.. Masse. On tne ICis-as regi'ttr wto the names of the following d-tois from ICansas: DorctriT SatUaKer. Mr J tV Saedakrr Ia--sonfc. Mr- A. V. hep:l rj. IxMieiorth, J. Ii Slruiocj-. Ilat'ie K Slrr.ruc TV. rx'e--nrttjts. M. M Sh.vjt. f.ujmu. Mi II Jt Ward. tola. Mm Jjln Mcl-ibv. Ix-iTrtrrrth, ilrs tmn iciiucnii. i-at , a a uii-r. Amy L Mlll'r. Pearl Ml li-r. liumbcMt; C U Ma(v Leavnt7ortb Jarn-a ilrin litfcrltl: Hobfrt Hflmtrt. IcCa Mr arj Mrs. Jarcs Oarett. Ootn.I. Al GorK Avis Gearrr. Veres tteore. ?irr A. V cr.rrnan slru lr and Mr fl O Gace. Topla l!tha. Hlltr. Vi'.'cv Kill. O C Msroun C frvrllle. VI--rinli Jnnlrrs. Burllaiton. L. M Kaluabarb. Ua-nut. TV O 1j. I"aalin. nn nirijlll. IV lnltli" . f It. AlforJ. Atcli lsn. Mae It. Ilrown. Xarra-s Cltv J O Brow-i. Mr and Mr? L T Ut'ter Pcmcsa F S Ilrtvik- WIcMta Mr and Mr A II "d-wald-. roltyville. It. f Crac-. Pojr "!ty. K M Ol'man Ttpelta: Marrartt M Dtlrlr!c. In Ira:- Jlr. J'ancei tm. Wichita V II IMttroar. Clay Cntrr: Jmcs F Rlwanl. Dara. J V linnet. Wlcfcfa. VV. A. Bdiar. Ffrllst, Alta E Pri-. l5la. J w. rcstr. T-p-ka. On th Intilan Te-riory register were the names of the following persons from Indian Territory J B. Haltey c-ealr-te; Tf. P Dolln. FtT rtt Mr anj Mr II R !'. C man- h: nijanh rierrv f M Jick-nan Tt H. Orac. Oi-nb-rlard K t K !" -n. Ij-ni J I. M-ore L-ras Jf-n J3,'h Wu'bu-ta, Ma Ha!!-ib3ck. Tlfhomingo Ifcha'd Ite. Mr I- G rr Mrs. T Maron. lln Man n. rve- Wllfar- "I r-iv-. Mu.kCK'e, Mr. and Mr A K Perry. Coalite fm 'he Oklahoma register were the SCENIC RAILWAY PRODUCES MANY SURPRISES AND THRILLS. j. --.- """""'''"aaaMi 1 1. laasssaaaini ,1, J.IMJHaamaaOTTSraSBWaSawlan THE SCENIC n.ULWAY OXE The Scenic Railway on the IMka was one of the first amusement concessions to open Its doors to the public, and a ride on the switcbba'fc railway Is said to pro duce thrills that delight the venturesome. and frighten he timid. The tracks are so arranged that the two terminals are close together In the r villon. doubling the action at the start and at the finish. After the train haa luft the station the ride is saM to be thri'ling and full of sensations and surprises, caused bj- the varrlsj' speed, the rise and IN THE HAGEXBECK WILD ANIMAL man, exhibited In a series of astonishing tricks. Tho performance Is closed with th feeding of the animal'. Among the other features are a group of eleven seals nnd sea. Hon; Uengal and Sjmatra tigers that ride i.n an oi.phanfs bT-k. lumping through hoop t tliv. llcn- antl leoparl that ride on cimels. -ducateI hores. ponies doc and munke pigs in a Larrtvard clrcu. Ci'hmere and Sals mountain goats that do a speciality act; giant I tiroLr. mi' aws and cock ito thit lo i -r's ftf itar lcat-l tricks trilnetl tlephar.t. 2-trai and reptiles; elephants that .-hoot the chutes: sK-clmcn of tho new hbriJ; half lion and hlf titr; th Zebrun. liroken to liarnss. anl many oiIilt cunous things in animal life. names of tho following persons from OS la Lima: Ialrnunlr Irntr ard Dviclst FT.tr. IS'd: Ncra J t.Vfiny. II-rnadlDe Ctune. uu'hrl. Halri V Cvinran. K.trier, Ji Si -.1 y. ! nca City Mr and Ws. J U Wii. inn. IP-.ena. J V VVam-n. Mr. W M Taf. r r Uhonia lltv Mr rl -Mrs. Ton ", J hr. r. N rrran. lt-T.. It. Hulfn. P -.d -.o-k J O Altn. lluttri. Mr arj M: I. 1! Wall !-t tiir-T. M- and Mr" J L- itJftl. 'J tot; 1. t. Nit'tiK ;-:hri-: Ms r L. KI't r. hauc , . II H W.rtams. I r.a ft v: W L. 1 -. . -cn.hr is. Iiv,-. OKlh rrj. Ti : i'- i J V I-to. iloL'UJ V. lium Hoy!. t - r v 1t . " J. IJentjn Shvwro. W. A. r- .r. -'1. Tu r P I nnsl i viet se K. II-"tr. Tx-mmtb O. I'etr. H. I), tliirisoo. va'tna Olv Ht-n- It.hr. Markball. VV MctJ!eTi. iluthrt-. i: K Troma. aiulwa-te-. It jI ifbta,ntiifc. leaver. Ja the Arkansas rc?!str were th names cf the following person from Arkmsas: n tt. ItyalL Jtili Wells. MlnrJ Melton. I'itrcot. Mr O I McOan. MI" AnnI Me c"ran, Ine:a. tr. an.i Mrs. Ktlvturl louttin. Hot Springe. J P. Iylnr G. rc A. WI1I inan. Lll Iterk, M. V ManMl e. lit t .-I-i-r. I' F. MrK-or, IiJ.n. V. A Caap m&ii. A M Tap"nan. fnwthvllte Ituctt.r J. ". IJivstn. F-oi J II Oinlr sham, liicta, i! A IS-i-an. IVrt i-mi:: , M-s Jamn ti lttn.te' H .nt. Ttj rVt-riardt. Fort Mcltn; V Minn, I"owfcaltaa. Mrs M Fo-Un, I.'ttlt? I: k. 2n. K Jonts. K p": W. L Twites K n 'tt itv. Paul r-'van. Imbten. i. M. WtMi- EJward f ll-ru'dt Utile Rot-k. i: :: i: -aii iieTft. p it. Ttoma-. Warr-n U IX. Kline. Ii-::t It - It U. T rarts Isani: J It. e&n-t9. v,ety; W. D W-ite. raatrTy. M-. aal Mis. E IS P.-rr-. Littl- P.. ck Mi- Mary E. l"ravn. WUIIan M Oravensi. F-rt Sra'.tri. w it rtiSortlar-. utile i:cfk: Mla N'! i::k!n. itti- nock. mi vr.m iuoa. i ii .ans Mry '" Evan... usb-nan. M's J. A. Mr:c-. Per in-!:-- Docti r J. N McCt) loa. Grnbrier. N. T lUcamtad. Arkalelpbia. On tho register at the Illinois bu'ldlng wer she ntnc3 of the following persons frcm III mils Harrs- S-!t Albln- Mam' L. Math f. T i".t. Ml Evelvn English. Tl!rfii:o. M.n II I Harrer. t hirast. 11 N. fcUrr. !t:nl. Mlva IVarle Full-r. Mr. I: IL Fuller. CTar.feton. H Ct Ist-rl. Cartwtn da:e. C- r I'eter. Meforeil" IM-virl Itaa tnarn. Geo-ze vv Tewksbury. v"hlcairo Vlr'nr Ilusa r:ark. Qulncv. i-aol F Williams, t I caco. M" aid 11r J F Nixon Ilnana. Mr. George htat'leton. East St. I-iuts 1, njamln A. SV.ha:er. Alton John Woodruff J!r M E HMo-t. :,tUi- IJultng Gin i. Auzust K. Ganr. Ciiicao. sooticn IrJIs at rirt. Tribe Is From Alnt.H and la Almiul Ilitlnct. Five Nootkan Indians from Clayoquot. Alaskt, are making thair headquarters In the Inilan building until they can erect their own building. This will be-W by -SO feet, made of native cedar, which la hewn with a hand adz. This trib" is now al most esttrct. there being but about li") representatives living The men and women are verv reserve! Tlie .ire experts In weaving basfcits ard carving of silver, ivorv. bone and wool OF THE CU1EF AMUSE3IEXT FEATUKUS OX THE FIKE. fall and the sudden drops. As the cars approach the top of a heavy gndlent the passenger catches a glimpse of Festival Hall and the Cascades. There Is a pause, in which the car Iips the cable, and then the vehicle dashes down the decline with such gteat speed thit the passenger haa a time to catch his breath. Up and over another Incline, and tho car enters a large grotto, with its mid night run end Arctic scenes glaciers. Ice floes, walruses, the Grecnlandtr li his kav-ak. Then the cir enters tbe Everglades-, then a Persian court and passes manj other surprising things, but they slip into the fllitor.ee as the car spin- along. SHOW ON THE PIKE. It hn been Sir. Hagenteck one grcit desire for many year to show to the pub lic h"W a zoo should to built and con ducted, and this he will try to accraj'J'h at M r .i-elon on the Pike Throush the n . win vt Invisible scrriti. that pro tect tut- spectator from darser. the ani mals ar seen tn an aprarent. wild state, free t t ircim at will about the ground". b-it the .levlces employol prevent the tvasts from doing harm to visit rs This part of he show 6 has calltd the Animal larao:e. .ml it is arranged to ri reent the live rims, with all the animals In dent ni'u. to rach zone shown In their nati ril zt&tf acalnt a background cf Htntr-, representing the Sora ani iuj;raphy of each zone. Although Crm believers In witchcraft and dis'.trtimg native customs ami habits. gr.at -tltklern for ceremonies, they are, through untact ix:th civlhzauon, rajldly ABYSIMNIA WILLI! HERE AT THE FINISH- ANYHOW. JlcnrllU's nelatetl Exhibit Is on the Yin;, According; to Amerienn Consul. In a letter receiveci from the American Consul at Marseilles. France, the Exposi tion Company was Informed yesterday that Abvsinnia Is to have a big exhibt at tho World's Fair. Jlenelik. the K.ns of Abvsinma. has notified Mr. Shinner. the American Consul at Marse-IIes. that al though a trifle lato in executing their plans, that tho Aby3lnnian Government would le In on the finish, at least, at th3 great Imposition, and that he (Menelik) was thinking seriously of making a visit to St. Loulo. Menelik. Informs me." said Mr. Skin- r-r. "that if ho cam i.t attend the Fair himself, he will do the next best thing and ."&! a delegation of his dusky noble men " ' There gentlemen." continued Mr. Skin ner, ".ire blacker than the blackest of Georgia xLhnens. and shou.ri creato a furore In ragtime society In St. Lcuis." Mr ikit.m.- made a visit to AbjsMnnla rcvtr.t!; in the Interest of the Louisiana, lurcha i:xpO"4tlon. He found menelik aroealtle and soon convinced him that At :i.ii sM'jukl have n presentation at the World's Fair. Menel k grev so enthuIasli that he tooK pt-r-ona! charge of the wcrk. and. ac cording to Mr SMiine- s lttr the ethiblt should now be un the vtay to bt. Ixuls. cuianm.vTi: vu.utci ctnin.imo.v. .11 tiro's Have IIIc Time allln; floats unil IllutTlnK shells. Tho Sarcjl or Sea Moros celebrated the approai-hir.g completion of their village on Arrowhead I.ake jesttrdav. with music and native dances, arrajed in their finest arparel. Six of their huts are completed. The hut cf Dito Fecundo. chief of the village, w.tlch U larger and more preten tlt.us. is not jet finished The l rst sal!. In the S imal Moro native Vint.i. a Surge boat with out-triccers on either sH" to keen It from up ettlng. was hci'-ted e.rJa morning, and bounding their cfi-nh stuns, wni n mey pra-nce to call for a breeze, the ratlves made the tlrst trip arros the like The sail., which On tho homewarj Journej- the 'scenery Includes th Plaza of St Anthony, with tbe grand pylons of the Palace of Trans portation, the lagoons, the Cascades, and while the passenger is busy admiring the outlook he Is surprised when the car takes the double I-ap and lamls him breathless in the pavilion at the starting point. Thesf scents are not dupl'cated on the ootsti r! n road, but a different scries of tablaur snd pictures Is pretented to tie j - -rer view Included among them are picture? of the llaj- oflXaples, with Vesuvius at the time of the de struction of Pompeii, and tho Feast of the Cannibals. ! 1 II II II -bwc- d-":v. ?' &&&l& Bw!S3 -li ...irf :: - "- -. 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Tuttle Presides, With Bishop Kinsolvinrf Guest of Honor. Because of the lengthy services In the church, the sixtj--flfth annual convention of the Kplscopal Diocese of Missouri did not convene its business session until 11:30 o'clock jesterdaj". At this hour the con vention was organized b- the Right Rv ererd D. S. Tuttle. and immediately ad journed until after the noon hour. The greater portion of the afternoon session was taken up with thj annual re port of Bishop Tuttle. Amonit other things l.e especially called attention to the fact that an Increase in the misslon arj" offerings Is imperative to carry on the work effective! j-. Charles It. Sklnker declined a re-elrction as, secrctarj- of the convention, aid ac cordingly Henrj- II Den!on was unan-imoa-Ij- elected to till the vacancy. The convention sermon Hi" delivered in the tnornlrg in Christ church Cathedral by the Keerend J. It. Winchester At thN morning's session, which will convene at IV o'clock In Schujlcr Mertiri.il ltal! the followirg standing caramltteej wn te anmunced bv the ltihup .Vew Parishes and l.iy Credentials. Consti tution and Canons. Unfinished Business. I" naiit Assessments. Mission, t rtrltljn BSucatlon. Sur.d ly School Work. M".s sl rar Traveling Kxpenes. fctate of the htrei ar I On ILUI"g Fjcdi fcr the Kn dttwment of the Episcopate. A reception will be given in honor of the Bl-h p at hi residence. No. Tt Vande v enter plar this evening. Prominent ameng "he visiters of the convention is ilishop I.uclen Lee Kinolv lng of the Diocese of Southern IlraziL i i "lip K.nsoivlng was present at th early part of th session, and was ac fotwd the Icat of honor next to Bishop Tuttle. At the miss'onary service nt the Church of the Holy Communion, last night. Bish op Klnsolvlng made the rrinclpai addre-s, h.-s topic b.ing "Missions in the Latin ccuntrj " He vald that five jears ago th Gen eral ( invention of Blhop". vlilch met ar Buffalo, discouraged the idea of entering the Latin Held, but regardless of the lack of encouragement, which was given the matttr four or five missionaries resolved to make an effort In this short time the church, he said, has established several flourishing mis sions and congregations which. In a meas ure, sra self-supporting, and has accu mulated property valued at about JS"MM). The convention will adjourn to-morrow afternoon after the election of deputies to the National Convention, which meets next October. cimtsTi ix ciiiitcnMBX niK. Plena for Aatlonal Convention at World's Fair Dlirmieit. The banquet cf the Christian churches of St. Louis was given last nlsht at he Christian Kndeavor Hotel, covers being laid far more than 10) guests. The din ner was given to stimulate interest In the ccmlng National Convention, which will meet at the World's Fair. W. Davles Pittman presided and made the opening address. After a solo by Mrs. H. H. Holloway. the Reverend Doctor J. ney, bladder and url; acid diseases, roor digestion, being obliged to rass your water frequently night and day. smarting or irri tation in passing, brickdust or sediment in the urine, headache, backache, lime hack, dizziness, sleeplessness, rorvoumess. heart disturbance duo to tad kidney trouble, skin eruptions from bad blood, neuralgia, rheumatism, diabetes, bloating. Irritability, worn-out feeling, lack of am bition, losirof flesh, sallow complexion, or Ilrlght's disease. If your water, when allowod to remain undisturbed In a glass or bottle for twenty-four hours, forms a sediment or set tling or Las a cloudy appearance. It is ev idence that your kldncs and bladder need immediate attention. Swamp-Root is tho great discovery of Dr. Kilmer, the eminent kidney and blad der specialist. Hospitals use It with won derful success in both slight and severs eases. Doctors recommend it to their pa tients nnd use it in their own families, be caue they recognize in Swamp-Root tha greatest and most successful remedy. Swamp-Root Is pleasant to take and is for sale at drug stores the world over In bottles of two sizes and two prices fifty cents nnd one dollar Remember the name. Swamp-Root. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address. Elnghamton. -.. T on every bottie. H. Garrtsin spoks oi "The Spirit of Unltj-" This was followed bv the sing ing of the. hjmn. "Blct Be the Tin That Binds." by th diners. 'W. II. Mc Claln. chairman of the Committee on Ar rangements for the National Convention, spoko cf the progress that has so far been trade in the work. The toast. "First Impressions." was re sponded to by the Reverend J. M. Phll put. who recently camo to St. Louis from Callfomii to accept tho rwstorate of tha Union Avenue Christian Church. A piano and violin duet was given bv tha Misses Calvin, and Mrs. Phllput gavn a vocal solo. The programme ended with an address by Breckinridge Jones. TO MEHT IX TEVMISSEI- .VEXT TEAI German Tlapllsts Table Proposition Cnnermlng OSIrlnl Name. Carthage. Mo., May IL The German Baptists in convention here to-diy de cided that the next annual convention should be held In May of next year li the State of Tennessee. The city will bo. selected later bj- a committee. The report that th words "German Bap tist" had been selected as the official name of the dcromlnition was an error. Tho vote on tht. matter was taken a second time, and the committee could not agree on an official name. It wa decided to-dav- that the name should be Iild on the table until next jear. when another vote would be taken TCASFUL Cg CERFUL? Vhcthtr a woman is tearful or cheerful depends cot oc what she has materially, out wsai sne is physically. Many an in dulgent hus band is driven d most to de spair by the , tearful out burst of a w i f e who has " every thing; she wants. He wants to know what's the matter. Eat the wife can't tell. She only knows .VS3&i. she nrsssed despondent. Such a condition is usually related t3 some form of womanly disease. $ cUU-FoRYfoKVEN, two CAMXOT cr CORSO. Sacked op by over a third of a century f remarkable and uniform cures, a record such as no other remedy for the diseases and weaknesses peculiar to women ever attained, the proprietora of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription now feel folly war ranted in offeriur to pay $500 in legal money of the United States, for any case of Lencorrhea. Female Weakness. Prolap sus, or Falling; of Womb which they can not cure. All they ask is a fair and reason able trial of their means of cere. Mrs. Alice Adaos. of laboratory. Tgashhittott Co., Pa aays: "-crUb. baat tratTiVs X writeta let you know how I an. t can say by God's help and your help X am wen. I have taken six bottles of rr. Pierce's ra-eonte rriauiprjca ajad two of his 'Coklen Medical Discovery, aad 1 caa do all aov work. I cant praise yonriaarB cine too highly. X wHt reeorarcead your medi dnei as long a X live. If any one doubts thai Civ- them xayaddress. Keep the bowels healthy by the toe of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant FcQeta. Ysmk fttJftlZW 1 . .4Z.f 1 iS