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THE ST. LOUIS KEPUBLIC: THURSDAY, JULY 14. 1904.
3 f V IS-e our optician. I)r Ilnd and McmtKom- QBr F vSHSbB r they will examine our ejPB free of 32Sh5-iB Charon and If sou need clp will furnlh tmBBSJJIIIIJS H HEt lhm th- riRht kind In tevl frames. 1 to BBBwjqff H Kg ard up $3.00 and up In roM frame- ''lAsi fl I 5VJERMOD & JACCARD'S B BROADWAY AND LOCUST. B 7f Tarrf Wf. Wrttt for One. M FOR. WOMEN ONLY We hae th most efficient, brut and rnlj reliable rem My for Dela-ed lerid. It rlieAe the tnoat nt-Mlnate complies ttcne from any cnue In i$ hours, or 3 to das. without pain dansr i lnterforenc .lth xork ? ha . M roujcht happiness to hundrrtS of cmrn and t ave netr known thlrem edj to fail au "will aa Urn nittl failure h wrltlne tin bef i ;e nvMlcIn that injur the halth ann do n- roou rrlr j;oo m mail. DR It G ItTMC'M) ItKUFUV CO. TtoOTl 114 si ado:s st Chicago. xiu P0MPB1AN MASSAGE CREAM. ItMndsome Simple rRCE. with Book'ct on Fact Maitaz' irl"o2raplM tram Ufa . Flc: 4 Tor Holloey or iru. pin Eellds. The latest fashionable aid to the toi let. Unlike anj other, contains no grease, no gljierlne. nothing harmful. Produces smooth, soft "kin and charm ing complexion Removes blackheads and all impurities from the pore.". Ladles from all parts of the country praise. Pnmpeian Iasago Cream for dev eloplnsr the hait. Price Slip or I n .Inr. nnbtirr Complexion Ilnlli, price HOe mav- bo used to adantaKe with the cream For sale bv druggists, all dealers In toilet article". If not at your dealer's send his name and wo will send, postpaid, either, or both articles on receipt of price. ' Send for f ree book. P0MPEIANMFG.C0.,c,fto. FRISCO BUILDING LEASED. Railway Company Pays $75,000 a Year for Use of Property. A twenty-flve-j ear lease on the Frisco building at tho southwest corner of (Ninth and Olive, ttreets from the Frisco KBulldlng Company to tho St. Louis and ;Rin Francisco Railway Company was filed for record jesterday. The rental Is 75,000 a year. The building, which was completed and :upied a few months ago. is a mou rn fireproof structure of twelve stories. 'lie Frisco company occupies the seven ppcr floors nnd a ground floor corner oom as a ticket office, and the remain- ng stores and offices are nearly all oc- upieil at a goon rental price. me ree to me grouna on wnicn me ullding is located was recently sold at prollt to the Liggett estate. Residences Sold. Archibald T. Duke has bought through he Anderson-Stocke Realty Company rom J. Fred Bottcer the eljrht-room brick wvreliing .No. ssss .viamu avenue, lot soxno. lor jo.iw. -ynesamo nrra in conjunction with Woolev & Fish nlso'sold-No. 2718 Mills street, an eight-room brick residence. lot 15X13U. I or ivate Mullen to Aoena 11. Cooper for $3,000. Itral Estate Transfers. ARTHUR 60 fl n. , bet. Jmle"on ana jucvavusiana. cut mock 47.3- .sue Ann Hopkins to Marv I and Emelln A. Honklns fe d S. ...... FLAD 81 ft., a b a e. cor. Tower urove. ciit diock tra: cna. . jiauo- Tav to Adnlnh Pfanstlel w. d. 15.000 AUSTKIA fl ft.. . cltv block 5Mi: lax uuckri ana wir to Anna 21. Uastl w d .. . 270 OLIVE-lffl ft . s. f . s w. cor. Ninth. city block r,l KMson lluliainff- to. to St. Lonls and San Francloco Railroad Co lea??. ZZ ew. at. tier ear 75.000 I.TAII 25 fL b a . bet. Iowa and Cali fornia, cltv block 15: Phllln W. Chaney and wife to John G Nelson w. a MISSOURI ft., w 11 . bet Lynch and Pestaloizl city block 11- John F. Ward et aL to Edward R. Emanuel et al w. d TABADID . a bounded eapt bv Union 7.S00 and soutn D St. iuis. citr diock 5J4 lot. bounded north bv Greer, east by Union and aouth bv Labadle cltv block fi27: lot. bounded east by Union, south by Greer and wert bv Kimberly city block IU3: Northern Central lot Co. to Donald C. Summers w. d 23 000 THEODOSIA ft. 10i in . n a. bet. Hamilton and Hodlamont. cltv b'ock WQ: MoKlnley Realty Co to- Harry Goldstein w. d 7.M0 ANN 30 ft., n. b , n e cor. Menard, city block 780; John Rroi and vilfe to peter Ceplcky leasehold 1,175 WREN 60 ft. s s. bet Harney and vinrljsnnt. cltv block 5133. walnut Park Realty Co. to Chas. H Crawford and wife w. d RODIN 50 ft., s. , bet. Harnei and Tbekla, city block JIM; Helena Mals to Harry G Hess and wife qtc. d . MAPLE 50 ft. n. a . bet. Union and Belt, city block 4S63: Sarah J Cole Clarke and husband to Emma Steward w. d , LOCUST 17 ft. In. s. belne 3152 Locust, city block 1021; Clarence L. Harper and wife to Christine "Walsh w d KKNNERLY 26 ft., n a . east of New stead, city block 3632; Wnt English and wife to Joseph H. Drozda and o;1iVvpr d . MILLS 25 ft." r s. bel-i 27W Mills, cltv block 930N: Kate McMuIlen to Adella H. Cooper w. d WALNUT 44 f t . n. a . bet. Seventh and 400 2.750 5.700 1,700 2.7S0 EIrhth. city block 185: 20 ft. e s Elthth, bet. Walnut and Market, city block 153: 70 ft. n. Walnut, n. w cor. Eighth, city block U9, 4) ft JH In., w. b. Slith. bet. Market and Wat nut, city block 122; 150 ft. a a Cot taw and 125 ft., n il St. Ferdinand, bet. Pralrl and Vandetenter. city block SCI: 100 ft s. a, Kemper Park. bet. King's highway and Hrannon. city block 4735; Si ft e. s Third bet Rutger and Coment cltv b'ock 47, and other property, the Planet Pronertv nnd Financial Company to John II. Bobb qtc d. 10.000 Beautiful Miss Abbott Cured of Malaria nd Stomach Trouble, Miss Edna Abbott, one of Cleveland's most beautiful and accomplished young ladles, who suffered from malaria and stomach trouble, was permanently cured I by TO-NI-TA. Dr. Lorentz'B famous Lax- atlve-Tonic Invlgorator. On May 13, 1904. Miss Abbott wrote: "My Dear Doctor I suffered from mala- ' rla and catarrh of the stomach to such an extent that it affected my heart, which sometimes almost ceased to heat. Oc casionally I would be overcome with chok ing spells and dizziness, and my friends thought I was on the verge of the grave. Almost eery remedy was exhausted with out avail, wncn a iriena heard of TO-NI-TA and the wonderful cures it had made. Before I had finished the first bottle I began to mend. The pulsations of my heart grew Btronger and new vitality com menced to course through my veins. My stomach began to retain food, and before I realized It I was on the road to health. In ten weeks I waa cured." EDNA. ABBOTT US North Perrv Street, Cleveland. Ohio. Thousands of men and women who. like Miss Abbott, have been cured by TO-NI-TA. write that TO-NI-TATs a godsend to suffering humanity. It purifies and stimu lates the blood, heals the mucous mem brane and drives the poisonous disease I gcrma out of the system. When doctors nnd medicines ioji. get a, ooiue or TO-KI-TA at your druggist's, and you will feel the benefit from the, first dose. TO-NI-TA Is In a large bottle, and sells for a. If jour druggist does not supply you write Lorentx Medical Co . New York, and you will get a copy of Dr. Lorerjtz'ji. treaties on catarrh and the diseases of the mucous memhrane free of charge, and Information how to get TO-NT-TA. Doctor's advice. free. Meyer Bros. Drug Co., J3L Louis, ' Wholesale Distributers, ' F L 1 l Ml 1UL SIICNANDOAII-CI) f t . n a , bet Grand and Spring. cit block 2114; Anna Livat and husband to Mary J. Hand e .. . LACI.KDE 55 ft 5 In . n. s . n e cor Cardinal cin block 1018. Henry Steln lage and wife to Georg Weber and wife SAIIiTs-tl ft t In . e f beng 231S XUrcus, rttr block 2T1IA- Margaret Gibbons to William J. Goodnouth COMPTON 2 ft 5 in . e . bet .Innl flta and Graols. dt block 14W). Mor ris S KralnKS et at to Chnr es A Sehwanzkorf and Tlfe qtc d . ;iI'I.E-2o I : . r r. bet Ariade and (Jnodfellow cltj block 2011W. Martin HhaughnrFs and wife to Michael J. Mcl-siighltn and wife d CLATON 23 ft . " bet TaUor anl Kll g'n hlghwa. clt block 234. Ber nard chabus and wife to Southamptoa I'enlt Co v d 1(11"' R V) fl a e cor Nine teenth. Idn Julia Paubel ind hubanl m Sophia HellweK qtc d . . IOV4,-r ft . e s. bet lnnbago and Clltlpena cltj b!rck lt3. Gottlieb Hin du and wife to Carl It ruler nnd wlfe w d . I. l-MV 3 ft . w s . bet North Mirket and Macailne. cltv block ls7: Elenoi Ken0 and husband to Margaret Ca-amueh-w d EIGIITH-CR ft 2 In w s . bet Mar ket ind Walnut cit btnek 18s, t"barl It Robb and wife to Jobn II rtobb-fe d .all lrt I EIGHTH ft 24 In . w -. bet Mnr Vet and Walnut cltv hl-irk 159. Philip M Ilabb to John II Habh fee d lall Int 1 GOODFELIjOW 50 ft w bet Wells tnd Ridge cltv block 3R21. E E Daugherty and wlfo to W llllam Itaker w d MICHIGAN is n It, In we. bet Chippewa and Keokuk city block 1C21 mlrru Psrley to Mary Fear otc d WAPH "2 ft 2 In n bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth, cltj block "MS Real rotate B 4 L. Ai"Jclntlon to Herbert T.. Cam nnd wl'e to ratify former deed . WILMINGTON-" ft, s, r w cor folnrado. clt block ISOS. Wilmington Ipestment Co to George I Acker niann w d nimiriv ft e . u.t.. it l.ooo 1.W0 1.7f0 4W OTallon. city block 2203. Frederick Hertel and wife to Christina Rlehl w. d 2.250 PRAIRIE 25 ft. n -. bet Twentieth nnd K-ni'j. cltv block 3"S1; Henrv Twlllmeyer anl wife to Iiuls T"nl kcetler w. d 13 PRXIRIE 23 ft. n a . bet Twentieth and Emllj, cltv block 3351: Louis Toe nNkoetter to Ilenrj C Twlllenmeler and wife qtc d .... Id COLLEGE 30 f t . n a . bet FI"rlsant nnd Enll. cltv block 33SS- Io W Motrel and wife to Emll Keller and wife w d . .... . . 1.550 IOWA SO f t . e s , being 4214 low a. cltv block 26C1W ; Emma Zeppenfeld to John Fchubert w d l,n VERMONT 40 fL. w s . bet Steins and Schlrmer. cltv block S101; John H Ut hcrr and wife to Charles Simon and wife w. d .. .. .... O0 GRACE 150 ft . a. s . n e cor. Poto mac city block 1515. Marv C and Fredk. A. Crewe fmtnor) by curator, to Mary Blase curator's d 241 VIRGINIA S3 ft 5 In e a . b-t Mera mec and miariton. cltv block 26M: Rev. Timothy Magnlen to Lout J Relfelss and wife w. d ... w 833 MAFFITT-30 ft.su belnr S33 Maf fltt cltv bloc't 3S44A J Tred llottger anl wife to Archibald T Duke w d. 6,000 GILMORE-I0 ft. a . bet Theodore and Thekla. cltv block 5123 Walnut Park Realty Cb. to Paul F. Llppmann w d W OILMORE 60 f t . a. s , bet Theodore and Thekla. cltv block B12J; Paul F. Llppmann and wife to Chas R. Llpp mann w. d . 249 WA1H 22 ft 3 In . n . bet Eight eenth and Nineteenth, cltv mock 48. Herbert L. Cann and wife to Errnna Manraretha Jent w. d 3 500 GETER 25 ft. 24 In . bet Eighth and Ninth, city block fG3: Andrew Zlpf and wife to Jrwph Wentz and wife w. d.. 2,8541 BTODD IRD 25 f t , n a . bet. Elliot and Lefflngwel, cltv block S78; 13 f t . 8 In e,t side Twelfth bet. Pt. Louis and Hebert. city block 1127. 17 ft., west side Ewing bet. Clark and At lantic, city block 1730: 25 ft . north side Luckv bet Grand and Soring, city hlock IRSOr 25 f t north sld Lawton bet. Cbannlng and There.a. cltv hlock 1954: Is ft; 64 In cuth irfdv Tjirlede her Theresa and Grasd.-clty block 2204. 1 ' ft. 3 In . soutlt side Laclede bet Comp ton and-Leonard. city bloelc222: 25 ft , , north side Clark bat Montrose and Oompton. city block 2242: 25 ft . north side St. Ferdinand bet. Prairie and Vandeventer cltv block 3S31: 50 ft . west side Belle. Glade bat. Kennerly and St. Ferdinand, cltv blnrk 3665, 30 ft . 9 In . east aide Belle Glade, s e. cor. Kennerly. city block 3C08; to ft . north side Chouteau bet. Tower Groe and Newstd city block 478- 100 ft., south side Westmoreland bet Lake and "Un ion, cltv block 4902: lftl ft . aouth side Oriole bt. Harney and Tbekla city block S12S: 25 ft . south Bide Hlckorv bet Virginia and Ranken city block 21(11: James ". McCann and wife to Sarah Kennedy etc. d : 1 Balldlnsr PcrmKa. Donnewald Ice and Coal Company, two-story office and stable, at No 2M1 r."-lee- Jioryi J. A Dwyer, two-story brick flats at Noa. MIS-3917 Cleveland- 37.000. tt-GO and less, Vlncennes and Interme diate stations, neit Sunday via B. & O. S-W. LITTLE GIRL SECURES RELEASE OF PARENTS. Clilld "vt'nlts About the Stntlon-honae for Five Hoar After Being Refused Admission. Fannie Pastel, a 9-year-old tot, unaided, secured the release of her father and mother, who were arrested yesterday aft ernoon after beinr rebuffed and driven sex-cral times from the Central Police Sta tion. Jacob Pastel her father, and Lena Taa tel, her mother, were arrested at their home. No. lOGiNorth Fourteenth street, at 2 o'clock In tho afternoon after a quarrel with neighbors. " They were taken to the Four Courts and placed In cells, leaving their five children, whose nges range from J to 9 yeara old, alone In the hoi.se. After the arrest Fannie, the oldest girl, took the four younger children and went to the Four Courts, where she waa told her parents were locked up. "I want to seo my papa and mama." she said to the policeman In the station. Pa log no attention to the child's rc- nueet, the patrolman sent them from the bulking, telling them to go home. The girl, followed by her brother and sisters, returned and remained about the building for five hours, tnlng to get word to her parents. During that time they had nothing to eat. Shortly before 9 o'clock last night Dep uty Sheriff Patrick Burns noticed two children sitting on the steps of the. Four Courts cnlng. After learning of their trouble he went lo the Central District Station and de manded that they be admitted to see their parents. William Rothlld, a bonds man, who was In the building, upon learning of the case, said he would go on Pastel's bond, and both husband and wife were released. A perfectly sure diarrhoea cure. WaVe fleld's Blackberry Balsam. Druggists. MISXESOTA SOLDIERS ARRIVE. Will Drill Dally and Hold Receptions In State liulldlnsrs. Companies B and I of the First Min nesota Infantry, vwhlch arrhed at the Fair Grounds early this week, are sta tioned at the Exposition model, camp. Both companies are from Minneapolis, and most of the members are Phl'ipplne vet erans. They will parade In Plaza St. Louis to day from 430 to 5 p. m. They will give a drill at the Minnesota building to-morrow at 3 p. m . and w 111 have a reception at that building from 3 to 6 p. m. r On Saturday they will drill at 11 a. m. In the Administration Quadrangle. On Sunday the companies will return to Min neapolis. The Second Illinois Regiment will leave the Exposition grounds to-morrow night, and its place will be taken by the First Itltnols. This Is a complete and well drllled. regiment from Chicago, and Is com- will appear on dress parade Saturday afternoon from 6 to 6 In PUza St. Louis. mniiuru oy uoionei j. jj. Sanborn. It LBRIDGE READY TO BE CANDIDATE Writes to Committee That He Would Not Feel at Liberty to Decline. TENTATIVE SLATE IS NAMED. Roth Factions Represented in Probable Nominations of Re publican State Convention Rumors of Corporation Influences. aT144s444ss4ss44ssa s REPORTED WAI.IinilHJF. SLATE. For Goernor Cjtus I Wolbridge of St. Louis. For State Chairman E. B. Clcm- ents of Macon. For Secretary of State John I fewnnger of Milan. For Treasurer Bj rd Duncan of 4 Poplar Bluff. s For Audllcr-John F Gmelich of Boonvllle. For Attorney General Bert D. 4 Norton! of New Cambrh 4 For Railroad Commissioner Frank Wlghtman of Monett, I In the following letter, sent to tho Re publican City Central Committee last night, former Maor Cjrus P. Walbrldge announced hl3 candidacy for the Repub lican gubernatorial nomination. That be would do so was confidently predicted 1 the committee of his frieniu who lsited the committee at a former meeting. St. Louis. July S The Honorable William II Blake. Chairman Cltj Central Committee, ht Louis: Mj Dear Sir I hate recelied yours of July 7, Inclosing copy of the resolutions passed bv the City Central Committee Indorsing mo for Governor of Missouri and pledging me the support of the committee I am not unmindful of the obligation I am under to the Republicans of my home cltj and of the State at large for their many expressions of confidence and respect. I hae delajed a definite reply to their requests because 1 hae felt that the action of the Renubllcans nf Mis souri in unanimous!) Indorsing me for Ico President was all the honor which I had a right to eXDect It now seems tn me that fh! ir action places me under obligations to the part, and if the party desires to place upon me tl'e duty and the honor of becoming a candidate for Governor I shall not feel at liberty to decline the service Mj experience has taught me to regard politi cal service as purel a question of ilmv dutv to mi part, duty to the community In which I live and duty to the State, where all my Interests, social and commercla'. are centerrd If thla duty cornea to me I shall devote all m energy to bringing about a successful consum mation of the desires of the party fr clean. Just management of State alTu'rs for the benetlt of all th people, without distinction I moat cordlallj thank j-ou and the members of the committee for this voluntary ccmpllment and I ahall try to deserve jour continued confidence. Very respectfully. C. V. WALBRIDGQ At a meeting of the committee In the Holland Annex It was found that Henrv ocke. committeeman from the Third Ward, had failed to file a list of Judges for tne coming primary, and Vocke was ousted and a committee consisting of C. H. Wltthofft. Henry Weeke and C. J. Otto was appointed to select a new committee man in his place ' SAT NOMINATION IS ASSURED. Friends of Mr. Walbrldge claim that ther have perfected the scheme whereby his .nomination Is to besuch a foregone conclusion that the candidacies of Repre sentative John H. Bothwcll and State Sen ator John McKlnley will bo as If they were not. They declare without the slight est doubt their assurance of this result. and say that every arrangement has been made. Over In the Federal building the same sort of talk is heard. Whereas six months ago they were bragging about the good work they had done in sidetracking Mr. Walbrldge by Indorsing him for the vice presidency, they are now sajlng that is all past nnd that they will not be Ignored at the St. Jo.epli convention. It Is said that Doctor E. B. Clements of Macon for State chairman Is part of the deal. Doctor Clements alwavs has been a close personal and political friend of State Chairman Aklna He has nlso been friendly to Mr. Walbridce. sn that the Junction of the two names Is not sur prising. Friends of Walbrldge go farther and sav that within a few days the State ticke't will be completed so there will be little left for the St. Joseph Republican Con vention to do. Byrd Duncan of Poplar Bluff for Treasurer. John F. Gmelich of Cooper Countv for Auditor. John L. Snan ger of Milan for Secretary of State, Beit D. NortonI of Macon County for Attorney General nnd Frank WIghtman of Monett for Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner are said to be slated for the WalbnUge ticket. The nomination for Judge of the Supreme Court Is worrying the Walbrldge boomers very little. Sanford B. Lndd of Kansas City has said that he positively will not accept the nomination As the Judicial convention does not take place until August 16, plenty of time remains for tho filling of this position. TO HAVE LARGE CAMPAIGN FUND. Slate making Is not popular with some of the Republicans. Thomas Mavo of Clifton Springs and Clinton Welch of St. Louis have been making an honest cam paign for the honor. Their friends -Ialm that It is the intention of the Walbrldge workers simply to Ignore them. Clarence Barnes of Mexico is an avowed candidate for Attorney General. He, too. is vlutcd for dismissal. Opponents of Walbrldgo claim ih..t his friends have arranged a deal whereby there will be a disturbance in the Demo cratic State Convention which will work for his benefit. They go further and w.y that certain corporation influences will fight the Democratic ticket with moru money than has ever been put Into a cam paign heretofore. Signs of the revolt against a deal are hecomlng more evi(nt everv day. No one has gone so far as to say that Mr. Wal brldge Is cognizant of a deal, though it U claimed that some of his advisers ere working for Us consummation. WEALTHY FARMER MURDERED. Robbery Assigned as the Motive for a Crime at Clarksdale. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. St, Joseph. Mo, July 13. Philip Bere mond, 60 jears old. a wealthy farmer, was murdered at his home, four miles east of Clarksdale, Andrew County, Mo., some time last night He lived alone and was credited with being a very rich bachelor. The body was found by relatives, who went to his farm to cut some wheat. Bere mond was lying on the ground a hundred vards from his residence with his head beaten almost Into a pulp. There were evidences of a desperate flernt between the old man and his assailants. His house was ransacked and if he had any money there, of which his relatives know nothing, it was secured by the mur derers. It is not believed, however, that any considerable sum was kept there. RnrnI Free Delivery. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Washington. July 13 Rural free delivery service naa been established, to begin August 15. as follows: - ' Oklahoma Blackwell. Kay County: route t: length of route, nineteen miles; population served. 220. Texas Chilton. Falls County: routs J: length of route, twenty-three and one quarter tnl'es; population served. 420 Dallas. Dallas Count) : route : length of route, sixteen and one-eighth miles: pcpulstlnn served. 1.400 Kerens. Na varro Countj: route 1; length of route, twenty five and three-elghtha miles; pepu'ation served.' Hi. Palestine. Anderson County; route, 2; lenxtn oi rouie. inrcniy-cne ana one-quarter miles: population served. 42S Rural carriers have been appointed as fol- Mtasourl South Greenfield. Webster Nance. carrier: Thomas N. Haines, substitute. Oklahoma Amorlta. Thomas L,. Leg, carrier- A. D. Rlnchclos. substitute. Arapahoe, H. E. Eager, carrier; Dorman Eager, aubatl- UTxa Waxahachle. Graham E. Elliott, car rier; V. L. Patterson, substitute. FLOOD DESTROYS Two Iliiiidied Lives Are Lost in Cloudburst Which Wipes Out San Juan del Jlonte. MANILA STREETS INUNDATED. Seventeen Inches of Water Falls in Twenty-Seven Hours Dai age to Property Estimated at .?2,000,000. Manila. Jtilv 1? A cloudburst over the hills northeast of Manila ciusei a flood which destrojed San Juan del Monte. Two hundred lives were lost. The lowlvlng districts wre lnundttcd The homes of the Americans and foreign ers are isolated. Transportation through the streets is carried on bv bolts only. The rain has fallen for twenty-seven hours, totaling 17 1-5 Inchon. This is un precedented. Communication with outside places In Interrupted. The damage to proprty Is estimated at j:.ooo.oro. MANY CONGRATULATE BARBER AT OYSTER BAY. Its npfnsfna; tn Slin-ve n Mnn of Ilia Own Mnee He Hits Emplirifilzeil Inane, MessiiKCs n? a. RBi-unLic srF.n vl , Ovster Bav. July 13 The Incident of the negro preacher, the Reverend Doctor Gas kin, whom David Newport, the Ojster Bay barber, refused to shivc last Satur day is not vet closed It still furnishes food for argument In the vilHge nnd Newport Is receiving let ters complimenting him for ejecting the negro from his shop In addition, tele grams making the matter ,i political is sue are coming to the barber. Among those of to-cny were the following, both, from Baltimore: "This Is a white man's count rv: we aro behind vou Fortv Baltimorenns " "David Newport. Wh'te Man's Barber: Congratulations; vou have laid tho negro Issue at Roosevelt's door, whv not let his barber shave h'm? Concord Democratic Club - VAN SANT MAY LEAD INDEPENDENT.TICKET. Republican Governor of Mlnneaotn la Expected to Seek Re-election, Op posing the Retrnlar Nominee. REPUBLIC SPETTAI St. Paul. Mlnrt.'Julv 13 Governor S R. Van Sant Is relied upon to head an Inde pendent State ticket In Minnesota by the Republicans who are not satisfied with the nomination of R. C. Junn of Prince ton The movement Is well under waj, and n meeting of Interested persons will tnke place In St. Paul next week. Although Governor Van Sant has not Intimated that he would head the ticket, the men behind the movement have here tofore been his closest advisers. Thej aio stanch antimerger men who desire Gov ernor Van Sant for his fight against the railroads, nnd thej regard the nomina tion of Dunn and his followers as a rail road victory designed to rebuke those who insisted upon the observance of laws b corporations. L0EB SAYS MINERS SHOULD HAVE MADE APPOINTMENT. Secretary Explains Xoone Is Al lowed to See President Except lis Engngenient, Oyster Bay. July 13. Secretary Loeb to day explained why he refused to allow the delegation of miners from Pennsjlvanla to go to Sagamore Hill to fee President Roosevelt when they came here yester day. Mr. Loeb said that there Is a rule here that no delegations shall be received by tho President unless they have ar ranged an appointment with the Presi dent. This rule has been strictly adhered to during the stav of the President here and It will be enforced during the remain der of the summer. Mr. Loeb said the labor leaders came to Ojster Bay and took him unawares when they demanded to see the President. Had the men announced previously that they would bo here on Tuesday. Mr. Loeb sav", an audience with the President might have been arranged for the delegation, but under the circumstances, Mr. Loeb sajs, he could do nothing but refuse to allow- them to see the President. What Is more disagreeable than a foul brcith? SANITOL TOOTH POWDER keeps it sweet. At all druggists' and den tists'. 25 cents. SCX'I.PTCIin COl'IlT IS OPENED. International Exhibit Visited by Large Crnmls. The International Sculpture Court, south of the central pavilion of Art Palace, which was Inforniallv opened at 9 o'clock jeslerdiy morning, was visited during the day by large crowds. The French exhibit occupies more than half the space In the court, and contains masterpieces In sculp ture by all the famous Frerch artists. On tho left of the main entrance to the court Is a large bust of Oom Paul Krugcr, fcrmerly President of the South African Republ'c, executed by Antonln Jean Carles. In the center of the room, mounted on a large pedestal, stands a marble statue, "The Electric Spark," b the famous Ger man sculptor, Relnholdt Begas. A betutlful Belgian plsce standing In tho extreme east end of the court Is, "Uilen splegel and Nele," hv Charles Samuel of Brussels It Is dedicated to De Costa, the Belgian nuthor. nnd represents Uvlen- splegcl, the Flemish cIown-phlIoopher, and Iseie, a cnaracter in one oi ue Costa s books. It Is n cast of the bronze statue which stands In a public place of Brus sels All the pieces In the court are not num bered so far. as the work of Installation Is still In progress In the Argentine section, but otherwise the dlsplajs are entirely complete. The court is not open at night. Through Sleeper, Cleveland, O., Via Vandalla-Pennsj lvar.la, 12.45 noon dally. NORTH AJSB SOUTH MEET TO-DAY. Wearers of Bine nnd Cray Will Unite la Library Hall. A reunion of the Blue and the Gray will be held In Library Hall in the Hall of Congresses at 10 o'clock this morning. The programme will Include addresses by Civil War veterans representing both the Confederate and Union armies. The meeting has heen arranged by the Reverend E. Henrv Bvrons. of New Smjr na, Fla . and Invitations have been ex tended to all old soldiers. North and South, who fought In the Civil War. It Is expected that manj- veterans, from all parts of the country will be present at the reunion. ANNOUNCE CONTESTS IN 21 CITY WARDS Folk Supporters Will Attempt to Seat Their Delegations From These Districts. THREATS TO KNIFE MADE. Vandiver Says Cases Are to Be Tried on the Evidence Talk of Disruption Emanates From Opposition. The St Louis preface to the Jefferson City Convention reached the boiling point jesterday when Thotms E. Mulvihill changed his mind suddenly as to answering the Hawes letter asking information upon Folk Intentions with reference to ths St. Louis delegation, and sent a replv an nouncing contests In twenty-one wards. Tho Hiwes. men met the situation with this definite threat: "Throw out our delegations at Jefferson City and vou disrupt the St. Louis organi zation You will lose the city ticket and Folk will be knifed at the polls.'" 1 hey also add such strong language as this. "Throw us out and beat Cook by so do ing, and a daflnlte anti-Folk organization will be formed to work with the Repub licans. Call It a conspiracy or a bolt as vou like." Hawes asserts that he will not be a part ner to such a scheme, let what may hap pen But the talk emanates from the Hawes following, whom their leader is having more than a peck of trouble In holding In line. It probably Is In part their Intention and In part a bluff to In timidate the Committee on Credentials at Jefferson City. "The contests will be tried on their mer its," decHred W. D. Vandiver jesterday. "There will be no arbitrary use of power by the majorltj. It Is useless for Mr. Hawes or his friends to be making threats hefnrehnnd Th nennle nf the partv will not tolerate any rough-house business, and If Mr. Hawes leaves his Indians at home there will be no trouble." MULVIHILL'S ANSWER. The MjlvlhlU answer to Hawes follows: July 13. 1MI -Honorable Ham B Hawes, Carleton Building. Cltj-: Dear Sir In replj to your communication of July 11 (special de liver) ), permit me to Inform you. and through you the various delegates whom you repre sent, that there will be a, contest tiled In the State Nominating Convention, to be held In Jefferson Cltj on the 19th of Jul). 1904, from each of the following wards (the Fifth Ward Included). In which there were contesting dele gations at the Democratic prlmar) held In thla city n the twelfth day of March. 1904. to se lect delegates to the three soveral conven tions regularly called by the State Committee, viz. The First, tiecond. Third. Fourth Fifth. Sixth. Thirteenth, frourteenth. fcUteenth. Sev enteenth, eighteenth. Nineteenth Twent) -drat, Twent)-srcond, Twentj-thlrd, Tvvent)-rcurth. Twentv-flfth. Twent)-slxth. Twent) -seventh and Twent) -eighth r-spectlvelj Being yet mindful of the fact that the Uia of March was pregnant and gave birth to many stirring events, to do otnerntso than to contest the right of jour delegates to seats In the convention and participation In Its deliberations would be tantamount to a condonation of all Irregulari ties, both of omlslon and commission, com plained of. the result of which, speaking for mvself alone, would be a crime against the tali lot "Adding brand to trand does not put out the fire " TTuBtlng jou will co-operate with every hon est effort to maintain the Integrity of the bal lot, whether at prlmarj or general erections, 1 beg to remain, yours verj trul). THOMAS E. MULVIHILL When the above communication was handed to Hawes jesterdaj- afternon, ho exclaimed: "Whew! thej 're going right down tho line." He then continued: "It Is my opinion that the convention will proceed harmoniously and without friction, unless an attempt Is made to throw my delegates or a part of them out of the convention. If that Is done there may bo trouble. "They were honestly elected, and It would be nothing short of corrupt politi cal trlckerj to throw them out. I con cede Mr. Folk's nomination; he will have at least 600 votes lrt the convention. Ho does not need the St. Louis delegates and the only rational, practicable excuse which could be given for their unseat ing would be to secure control of the St. Louis districts, so that Folk men could be put upon the State Committee. "Some of Mr. Folk's 111-advlspd friends claim thej' do not need the vote of St. I,culs In order to secure Mr. Folk's elec tion. This may be o But Mr. Folk's managers should remember that we have five Circuit Judges, a Sheriff. Coroner, Circuit Attorney and Assistant Circuit At torney to elect this falL and thev have no right to take anj- action that will Jeopdar dlze their election. "The situation In Missouri, from a Dem ocratic standpoint. Is none too good. I wtnt It known In advance that bv no act of mine will I participate in nnv trouble which will Injure the election of he State or cltj- ticket "On the other hnnd. I shall defend the rights of mjself and mv delegates to the verj- end. and If thej- are unjustly humil iated or 111 treated, the natural conse quence will bo to disorganize the Democ-racj- of St Louts, and In that waj- assist the Republican organization." Will, TAKH NO INDIANS. Hnwes then denied that Indians would be taken to Jefferson Cltj-, nnd he declared that the report that the police were con tributing to d'fray the expenses of his delegation to the capital Is without foun dation Mr Mulvihill saj-s thit the Folk men will go to Jefferson Cltj- readj- to prove frauds and Intimidation in all the wards named In his letter nnd ready to place these facts before the Credentials Commit tee. He is satisfied that he has a winning case. A caucus of Folk delegates, including those from St. Louis Countj-, was held last night nt the Missouri Athletic Club. Plans for the action to be taken at Jef ferson City were developed. The meeting wns In the nnture of a star-chamber gath ering, nothing of the details of the busi ness tinnsacttd being made public. Mr. Mulvihill presided. VERXOX PRIMARY QUIET. Tlrnton Had No Opposition and Dock IVnii Elected. nnpcnLtc special Nevada, Mo. July 13. The Democratic congressional primary held In Vernon County vesterday was quiet. About 5 per cent of tbe vote was cast. Congressman M E. Benton had no oppolstlon for the nomination. H. M. Duck, who was elected Congressional Committeeman at the coun ty prlmarj-, but whose election was de clared Illegal by the Congressional Com mittee, was again elected yesterday by a large majority over F. A. Dalton. Newton Connty Nominees. rtBrunLic SPECIAL Neosho. Mo . July 13 Returns from yes terdaj's Democratic primaries shows that local contests were spirited. For Con gress, M. 1 Benton had no opposition. The following county ticket was nomi nated: Representative, A. D. Bennett; Sheriff. I. H. Collier; Prosecuting Attor-nej-, Hugh C. Armstorng; Collector, W. Iya; Assesso-, John McDanlel; Treasurer, John H. Price. Rood Government Clnb. The Good Government Republican Roosevelt Club will meet to-night at its headquarters at No. 2300 Eugenia street, when Chauncey I. Flllcy'e letter to the City Committee will be read. . Indian Born at the Fair. The arrival of little Miss Louisiana Pesh lekal at the camp of the Navajo Indians on the World's Fair grounds yesterday evening at 5 o'clock was an occasion for much rejoicing. Little Louisiana received much attention and many gifts from a large number of visitors at the Indian School to-da much to the delljtht af her parents. Who's Afraid The childish confidence wrhich this illustration portrays shows exactly tho confidence of every ese who has ever used Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin (A LAXATIVE) No medicrno ever put on the market has met with tach phenomenal cures and the output of our laboratory has increased steadily SCO per cent every year. This speaks volumes for Dr. Caldwell's Svtutj Pensin. which is dor;- fively guaranteed to cure dyspepsia, tndifresion, constipation, inalari and all troubles arising from the stomach (exceptinp; cancer), and liyott will purchase a 50-cent or $1.00 bottle from your druKeist It will be ft complete revelation to you. Heads off biliousness, induces Soond anl refrosfiing: sleep, cures nervousness, and is praised by worst in alt parts of the country. WewfObeglad to send yon a sample bottle and a UMe kek1m atomacb trouble if yoewJJ saad tu apt&t&L PEPSIN SYRUP COMPANY, KUntioelteyllL New York Norfolk Pittsburgh Philadelphia Cleveland Columbus Grand Rapids Mackinaw Fort Wayne South Bend Kalamazoo Crawfordsville Youngstown Dayton And, Oh! so many other REACHED WITHOUT DAILY THROUGH V TICKET OFFICES I 8EVENTH AND OLIVE STREETS TRANSPORTATION BUILDING, WORLD'S FAIR, AND UNION STATION J -m SUFFERED THIRTY-THREE YEARS WITH INDIGESTION CURED BY Mn. M. A. O "Co nner, Elk Cltj-, Kan., wrftsfHt "I am so thankful for the good Eupepsii Tablets have done for me. I have found In them a balm for mj- poor stomach. Mj trouble was of 33 j ears' standing, and the I doctors pronounced me Incurable, but Eu- pepsla Tablets cured me." NOTE We forfeit JlfOOn If we can not prove the genuineness of above statement. Eupepsii Tabits cure all forms of indigestion and stom ich trouble, such as rlsin of food, distress after eating, shortness of bieath and all affections of the heart caused by Indigestion, wind on the stomach, bad t.istt. offensive breath, loss of appetite, falntness or weakness 0f stomach. hrndach from indigestion, soreness of the stomach, heartburn, dizziness and all accompanvinc ailments. It Is the great est remedy of the age. Its treatment Is sum end effective, giving instant relief and a speedy cure. At all good druggists or direct for fo cents. 3 dajs' treatment mailed free. Address . EUPEPSIA CHEMICAL CO., 409 Walnut St., St. Louis. Mo. NEGRO WOMEN TABOO COON SONGS Principal of Industrial School Tells Club Representatives of Iler Race Not to Wrap Their Hair. Mrs. Booker T Washington addressed the National Association of Colored Wom en, in session at the St Paul's A M. B. Church, last evening This session "vas to have beeen held j-esterdav afternooli nt the Palace of Agriculture on the World's Fair ground", but because of color dis criminations being made on the Fair grounds, the members thought It best to confine their sessions to the church. The sublect of Mrs Washington's re marks was "Some Points to Cub Women." Other members of the association who mnde short talks were Mrs. Josephine SIlone-Yntes of Kansas City, Mis? Anna Jones of Kansas Cltj", Mrs. Adele Logan of Tukegee. Ala.; Mrs L. A. Davis nnd Mrs. Susan Paul Vashon. During the afternoon session reports of several of tho-e In chirge of the various departments of the association were heard. Among tho-e who ppoke were Miss Cor nelia Bow en. principal of the Melg3 Col ored Industrial School, and Mrs Ida Jovce Jackson. In her address Miss Bowen referred to the habit of negro women of wrarplng their hnlr nnd of her efforts to stop it. She said. In part "In our school at Waugh, Ala . we have formed what we call an Anti-VArat-ping Club. "As most of jou know, the co'orcd women of the South are In the habit of wrapping their hair tightly with thread to make It straight. Of course the wrap ping does not make It straight, but they do It just the same, and several vears ago the ridiculousness of the practice struck me and I decided to eradicate It In our school as far as possible by establishing the club. "When the club was formed I told those who were to Join how foolish It wasi to trj' to mike their hair straight when God had seen nt to make It klnkj-. We had a big membership from tho beginning. Each member of tho club Is pledged not to wrap her hair." Miss Bowen is one of the most favor ably known negro educators of the United THE QUEEN Abollinarik Naturally effervescent and mildly alkaline, it greatly benefits the entire digestive tract. cymiM&m aVsaavhlanVLsiihkaFvJ HHalalaB go0k !L HisllH Vftj&&ks .JsartsBasBBaesBaVsaH SSSBBBBBrVuf? aKSaSBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBs! I t I i g ! Newark, 0 or N. J. Baltimore Washington Petoskey Lake Maxinkuckee Mansfield Roanoke points in the East are CHANGE BY THE CAR LINES of the ANDALIA-PENNSYLVANIA 1 o JSL. wss- -Bimrmr m m rtKtf&JMVJHMi' I v2pr' y States. Besides being a graduate of Tus kegee Institute at Tuskegce. Ala., she has studied In other parts of the United States and at Glasgow, Scotland, and has been the principal of the Meigs -Colored Industrial School at Waugh, Ala., for several jears. "Coon Songs "Ragtime Music," and all mu-Ic of a tropical nature was severely criticised bj- Mrs Ida Jovce Jackson of Colorado Springs In her report of the mu sic department of the association. Mrs. Jackson said that all of this class of mu sic, which had become so popular of lata with both white and co'ored people, should be shunned bv negroes, as there was not one of the productions that did not hold the negro up to public ridicule. Mrs. Jack son made n strong pica for the general In troduction of classic music among her people, and said that much had already Deen accomplished in this direction. Manv- others of tho federation mads speeches along this line. "Boro-Formalin" CEimer & Amend), used as tooth and mouth wash in the morning, leaves mouth sweet and pure all day. ANXIOIS TO GET JOI.IET STATUE. Illinois City llcarinn Ills Name Bids for Proctor's Deslaxn. j The statue of Iiuls Jollet, by A. Phln Ister Proctor of New York CUy, wh'lch stands In the Plaia of St. Louts In front of the west main entranco of the Palace of Manufactures, mav- be erected In one nf the public places In Jollet, I1L, after the Fair. George W. Young, president of the Jollet Improvement Association, haa written to President Francis and the Boarri of Directors of the Tlxnositlon Ask ing for the statue. In part he says: ' The neighborhood of til's city was settled bv the enrlj- pioneers of the Mis sissippi Valley shortly after the yoax 1800. and In 1537 was Incorporated bj- act of ths legislature and is now an industrious and prosperous town of Jii.ooo Inhabitants. "It Is located on the ground first dis covered and opened for settlement by ths French travekr, Iuis Jollet, and named, to commemorate him. "The citizens of Jollet would be de lighted to receive, care for and preserve from cs'caj- the magnificent equestrian i statue of the trader and explorer, which! 1 stands in the I'lazn at. Louis, on the Ex- , position grounds. We should like to know from jou how. when and under what terms we enn get It." The statue at present Is in stafT and will, therefore be ditflcult to remove without Injury. Tho casting of the piece In bronze would Insure a lasting memorial not onljr to tho great explorer, but also to the Ex position BnnLrnptey Petition Filed. Edward F. Bohl of this city filed peti tion In bankruptcy in the United States Court jesterdnj-, giving his liabilities at K.73S 15. and his nsfets nil. OF TABLE WATERS." u 51 1 ffli 'f:i-iMMi--iKi.JS ftg Vcisv.gy "-sntst--. Sj.t . -gl.V.tJyyrJw .-': V vi'-'i ?? -ssJtV - . v-"" ir-s ,! j . TfcfijV . JS v&j-.h VVyi? jjtjj