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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY 17. 190.
o V v ' u F v BEIDS 1 1 411 to 415 JHb Onr Special Sale on discontinued lines, broken lots, narrow widths, etc.. will commence to-morrow "Monday." This will be an opportunity for ladies who have small nnd narrow feet to pet the best shoes made at ridiculously low prices. Do not miss this opportu nity to secure fcome of these bargains la every department. Awttw SLIPPERS SANDALS OXFORDS 95c-sl.45-$l.95-$2,45 See our Tan and Canvas Oxfords. TURNS WELTS McKAY SEWED sl.00-sl.45-sl.85-$2.45 Our Barefoot Sandals have the call. PILES Cured Without the Knlfi. risTiXA, fissfrb. itching, bleed. I.G. I'LCKIIATIO.N, CONSTIPATION, and nil Ilertnl Diseases n specialty. Cnr Guaranteed. Send for booklet. DR. M. HEY SMITH, Specialist, 800 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo. Established 1888. TAPE-WORIW! Mtjtta stasias nofre. Kefartlncnnlrrd. Sa4SeiUnipfr44-pft2Bk. ))K U.MIY SMITH. bjwcUUrt,IOt OIIt. St, St. Loci. U BEN BARNETT & GO. A 607 PINE STREET. Monoy to Xjoan O.V PERSONAL PROPERTY. LMIEDKESILD PLEDGES FOR SALE. Hn.lne.. Confidential. NOTARY PUBLIC. JOSEPH F. FARISH, ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC BUILDING. Tel. Ilell Mnln 3018. Klnloch A U73. STEAMER ST. LOUIS CRIPPLED. Machinery Damaged in Midocean, but Is Temporarily Repaired. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New York. July 16. Word was received at the otilces of the American Line to-day that the steamship St. Louis, due to ar rive to-day, had metvwlth an accident on July 12, and that her arrival would be de layed. The message was one that was trans mitted by wireless telegraphy from the Cunard Liner Umbria, which sailed from this port on July 9. The Umbria was oH Brow Head this morning and reported that she had passed the St Louis on July 12. at 1 o'clock In the afternoon. In lati tude 46:01, and longitude 31:26. The St. Louis reported that she had BIGGEST YEAR IN ST. LOUIS' HISTORY. GREAT JULY SALE IS ONI And the limit on price-cutting" i off. Every lot of odd sized Shoes, Oxfords, Sandals and Ties every pair of .hot-weather footwear that won't be salable this fall, must be shifted from our counter to your feet quick so prices are cut to the quick, cut clean below the cost, cut as only Hilts "Cuts the Prices!" Here's a sprinkling of the regular storm of bargains that await you! i Misses' and Chil dren's Low Shoes. The extra tine qualities of Misses' and Children's Oxfords. Gibson Ties and 1, 2 and 3 strap Sr.ndals, cutely cut from patent kid and vie!, with hand-turned soles. Broken sites of former $1.75. $2.00 and $2.23 footwear, 0afori:?.,!,..,:.98canil79c fL Men's Oxfords. Broken lots a collection of every thing from $5.00 to J3.50 Ox.'ords In all leathers patent kid. coltskln, box calf, tan kid and Russia calf not all sires In every style but your size In several styles never theless, and all hammered down to S2.I9 and SI.S9 mS lias 1) s;SkiS C OUR 8RE1T vtrrpln rl CO? X)jjiRv uA oft- collection of Ladles', Misses and Children's Colonials, Oxfords and no Daa aite ttnd x strap Sandals and Roman Sandals, broken sizes of former I are bad O 25. $2.00. $1.75 ana td-BO low Bboes. wmt sizes are Droaen. dui me "Z " .- . : Is immense and you take your pick for b9c loriuy uie the lonff A' LADIES' SHOE8 AND OXFORDS. , b kcn sizes of the finest Shoes we or anyone the warrr. carries luxurious foctwear. fastidiously fash ,i. -.ed from exaulslte qualities ot patent kid, vlcl weaK, rua com,,, Vicl kid. tan kid and Russia calf-r IS apt ttJ heels, all toes-choose tf) 1Q 1J CI KQ L- ...om Sh0es that were tatrred Jlt a "y d.UO take Cainn urn ttfin and ctfln for . " v 'lvw about v E HILTS SHOE GO.i COOL, SUMMER SHOES IN A N S AND B A C K S All the swell styles high and lew cut light weight, easy walking popular prices. . . . UIOJIC SHOE CO, 311 NORTH BROADWAY. suffered an accident to one of her en gines because of the breaking of a low pressure cylinder. It was thought that the damage could be repaired In twenty-four hours. Meanwhile, the St. Louis was go ing under her other engine at a. fourteen knot rate. The officers of the line here snid they thought that the St. Louis would arrive on Monday morning. She has a very heavy first nnd second cabin list, but her steerage Is not as full as It has been on her recent trips. Congressional Committee to Sleet. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Louisville, 111., July 16. The Democratic Congressional Committee of the Twenty fourth Illinois District, has been cal'cd to meet next Friday, July 22. at Norris City. It will fix the time, place and baels of representation of the convention. The call Is Issued by O. C. Gaston, chairman, and A. G. Abbey, secretary. Exceedingly Low nates to Hut Spring;., Ark., VIA IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE. Tickets on sals every Tuesday during July. August and September. Splendid train service and hotel facilities. For free descriptive literature and other Informa tion, see ticket agent, goumeasi corner Sixth and Olive streets. Painter Injured by Street Car. George Kaup, a painter, residing at No. 2031 Wash street, wn struck by a Sub urban car yesterday, sustaining a com pound fracture of the right leg and sev eral bruises. He was taken to the City Hospital and his Injuries discovered to be serious. St. Loafs Incorporations. Morgan & Harding Automobile Company E. K and W. R. Morgan. 33 shares each: A. Q. Hardin-. 34 chares; to deal in automobile, and sundries; capital stock. SO per cent raid, 110 too. The Second Week OF HILTS' Lidles' Oxfirds and Strap Sandals. A special lot of broken sizes that will hardly be here after Tuesday. Just as soon as St. Louis women see them they'll be bought. Plenty of $2.00 Oxfords many $2. DO sorts, and a big lot of IZ50 L 2 and 2 strap Sandals but they're all chopped OR now to 906 .jfi Boys' Oxfords. "Some boys' lines navo lagged. To hustle them mut we anDiv the lash of cut brlces. So we're now selling superb $1.76, $2.00 and even 12.25 Boys' Oxfords, made of choice patent kind and Icl. box calf, tan. kid and Russia calf for $1.35 and SI..9 59c 59c SPECIAL. " L I" BIGGEST j MILTS' I HISTORY. I LOW RATE TICKETS CLOSELY OBSERVED Railway Officials Making Every Effort to Stop Scalping of Non transferable Transportation to St. Loiii. Passenger otflclals are makimr every ef fort to prevent the nontransferable rail road tickets to the Pair being used by any other than the origln.il purchaser. Legislation, both Federal, State nnd city, has been Invoked, nnd the courts have, without nn exception, held that the sale of a nontransferable ticket such as Is used for excursion traffic to the Fair U Ilk-Kill and the purchaser is In mnny Instances liable for forery. Inasmuch as theM! tickets have to be signed In the nam of the original purchaser. With the law behind them, tin steady light which the pawnger men are making agaln3t the ticket brokers. It Is believed, Is bearing fruit. At th& same time, an enormous number of cheap tickets are' sold to persons either passing through St. Ixmls or returning from the 'alr. In many instances the conductor docs not discover the fraud until the purchaser of the ticket Is far out on the line from St. Louis, nnd the passenger Is unable to pay his fare. In this Instance it is the duty of the conductor to put the purchaser oft the train. As a result the passenger offices are flooded with complaints made by person who have suffered this treatment and who have made their way back to St. Louis and are unable to get home. The only recourse for them Is to prove which was the broker from whom they bought the scalped tlscket and demand the return ot their money. In this case they get their money back, but generally the assistance of the pollco is required. In an affair of this sort the railroad ren ders all possible assistance, but In many Instances women, not Informed of the law providing that brokers shall give a r ceint. purchase scalped nnd changed tick ets, and. unable to pay their fare. h..ve been put off the train. Buffering many hardships thereby. So destitute have been many of these cases that the railroads have given them transportation home. In order to prevent Instances of this sort many of the St. Louis lines have ar ranged for a system of ticket Inspection before the person can get on the train at Union Station. In this way tho fraudulent ticket ii often noted and the person saved the dis comfort of being put off the train when St. Louis Is far behind. By a recent ruling the detectives em ployed by the railroads must return the ticket to the gateman at Union Station, nnc" can only take It up by consent of the passenger, though obviously the nas.sen- ger, when Informed that he will not be allowed to ride on the transportation which he presents at the gate, will will ingly surrender It, In order to have as sistance In getting his money back from the scalper. Many Incidents wherein not only men hut women nnd children are put off trains because their tickets are not valid have come ud since the ODenlnir nf the Fair. all of such Incidents being presented to the notice of the Chief of Police and Mayor. On the desk of almost every passenger official In St. IjouIs can be found large bunches of tickets which have been manipulated br brokers. In many Instance not only has the date of these tickets been chanced, but the original destination erased and an other substituted. In which way a ticket costing originally $2 or $3 may be good for a passage costing J50 or $50. At the three validating offices estab lished by the railroads many tickets which have been manipulated have been detected, and the purchaser saved not only the discomfort and humiliation of being put off the train, hut directed as to the best means by which he can recover his money. C. : A. TO INSTALL, OIL TANKS.- Lnrstc Supply to De Kept at Impor tant Points. Commencing August 1. the Chlcaso and Alton road will Introduce an original Idea In the method of handling company oil supslics. In the past the gasollno nnd kerosene ells have be;.i distributed from the store keeper's office in Bloomlngton to all sta tions on the road by means of barrels and cans, as required. This has necessi tated double handling and has been an expensive system. The installation dur ing the past few years of gasoline en gines at all water tanks, coil hoists and other places requiring power has greatly increased the ronsun.stlon of gasoline, and the distributing of this fluid and also kerosene has been reaching heavy pro portions. It has- now been decided to place gal vanized tanks, one at every point on the road where there Is such consumption. These tanks will be graded In size, ac cording to the amount required, and will range from thirty gallons to those hold ing 1,500 gallons, for terminal points. It has been decided to All these tanks every month by means of oil cars ot the tank variety, which will be sent over the road In charge of one man, and which will be handled by the way freights. A forty-flve-day supply will be left at each point in order to provide for any emergency consumption. It Is estimated that this 8 stem will .save many thousands of dol lars annually to tha company, and will be advantageous In many ways. Hach agent will be notified by card two days In advance of the arrival of the car, in order that they will be prepared, and thus avoid delay. TICKET BROKERS RESTRAINED. Order Inclndea Persons Unknown to Railway Company. Circuit Judge Foster yesterday granted temporary Injunctions at thfc request of the Chicago and Alton Railway Company restraining about thirty ticket brokers or tlrms, and others, whose names are not given, from dealing in nontransferablo tickets. Under those whose names are not men tioned are included persons who may be found dealing In nontransferable tickets, but who are not known now to be doing so. Under the order it will not be necessary to bring a Beparnte tult. A copy of the order In the present case may be served upon the party. Judge Foster yesterday, at the Instance ot the St. Louis and San Francisco Rail way Company. Issued temporary injunc tions restraining Frank J. Hawkins and Herman Schubach from dealing in non transferable tickets TO-DAY'S BAND CONCERTS. Chicago Military Organization Will Play at Forest Park. By permission of Colonel Joseph B. San born. First Infantry, Illinois National Guard, a complimentary concert will be given to-day at 4 p. m., b the First Regi ment Band of Chicago, 111., in Forest Park, under the direction pf Bandmaster Hostrawser. The following programme will be given: March MMtalrt March of the First Brooks Introducing the regimental field music. Overture Stmlramldft ''Rossini (a) The Warblers' Farewell (on Tyrolean melodies) Tobmnl (t) The Nymptw' Dance With the Marl- onettes . Voelker Solo for Trombone LoTe's Remembrance. Simons Mr. Qardle Simons. Religious Meditations The Last Hope.. CJottfctialk Kxcerpta from the opera "Marltana"... Wallace Valse Suite-City Ufa Translateur Echoes from the Metropolitan Opera house. New York ToDanl Introducing the following: La rtetne de Saba. TannhacuEer. Kverung Star. Nlbelungen March. Tagllaccl (The Clown), Invitation a la value. Cavaltetia Ilusticaca and Second Hungarian Rhapsodic A concert will also t-e given In O'Fallon Park this afternoon from 4 to 7 o'clock by Maddern's Military Band. The following; programme has been arranged: March A Deed of the Pen Uoret Overture Orphtus ., Ottenbocti Waltz Welaln of the Winds Hall Selection The Prince of Pllten Luders (a) Polish Dance No. 1 .Scharwenka (b) Two-atep Hike to the Pike Claypoole Grind selection-from Excelsior Ballet.. Marenco INTERMISSION. Overture Stradeila Fletow Selection The Serenade Herbert Intermezzo The Gondolier Powell Sextet rrorn Lucia dl LAmmermoor Donizetti B'lectlon The Bohemian Oirl Balte Gallop Preita Brooks The Pittsburgh Special, 8:15 n. m. rtairv. via Vandalla-Pennsylva- nla, arriving FHtsburg 2:15 p. m. -next day; J MORTUARY REPORT SHOWS INCREASE OF MORTALITY. Pneumonia Is Light, Only Nlur Heath. Occarrlnsr From the Dl- en.r In SI. Louis Last Week. K s LOCAL HE I'OHT OF DEATHS AXD niRTIIS. s Deaths In St. Louis last week 205, an inerrase of 2S over the pre- ceding week. Nine dentlm from pneumonia last week, one less than the previous s week. Births laht week 227, as against 201 the week before. Deaths by violence last week 13. Five suicides last week. s Seventeen cases of typhoid were s reported last week, with 7 deaths. 4Esssssssss-Oa Two hundred and five deaths occurred In St. Louis last week. Including nine deaths from pneumonia. During the pre.vious week 177 deaths oc curred, with ten deaths from pneumonia. Two hundred nnd twenty-seven births were reported nt the Health Department last week, as against 201 the preceding week. The causes of death last week were: Zymotic diseases. 15; constitutional dis eases. 51; local diseases, 108; developmental diseases. 18; violence. 13; typhus fever, 1; pyaemia and septicaemia, 1: alcoholism. 1; cancer and malignant tumor. 13; maras mus tabes mesenterlca and scrofula, 10: hydrocephalus, l; rheumatism, 2: bron chitis. 5; other diseases of the respiratory organs, 1; disease of the circulatory sys tem 1; meningitis and encephalitis, 6; convulsions and trismus. 4; heart stroke, 16; apoplexy. 4; other diseases of the brain and nervous system. G: cirrhosis of liver and hepatitis, 3; enteritis, gastroenteritis, peritonitis and gastritis. 33: Brlght's dis ease and nephritis. 11; other diseases of the urlnnry organs, 6: disease of the loco motory organs, 1; other local diseases. 2: cyanosis. 1; Inanition. 6; premature birth. 3: senility, 8; surgical operations, 2; sui cide S; accident, s. Forty were under 1 vear. twenty-nine between 1 and 5 years and thirty-eight over CO years. Three cases of smallpox were reported last week, with no deaths; diphtheria, 12 Cases. 5 death. r rrntin. 1 mm fnfftl cni- latina. 6 cases, no deaths: typhoid fever. 17 cases, 7 deaths: measles. 8 cases. 1 death: whooping cough, 1 case, not fatal; consumption. 24 cases, all fatal. VISITORS AT ST. LOUIS HOTELS Mr. and Mrs Thomas L Rubey of La riata. Mo . are guests at the Laclede. J. 11. Tyler of Hopklnsvllle. Ky., Is at the Laclede. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Weathers of Raleigh, N. C, arrlted yesterday at the Llndell. .LA. Cook of LltHe Rock is among the St. Nicholas arrivals. Frank D. Parsons of Kansas City was at the Southern eaterday. James L Walker of Dublin Is among the arrivals at the Southern. Fred E. Atler and J. II. Lvcette of Seattle, vvajih., are registered at the Southern. -Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Powell of Lexington, Ky., are at the rianters. E. U. Martin and T. G. Slmpaon of Selma. Ala., arrived jesteiUay at the Southern. William Fleming and O. Davidson of San Antonio are guests at the Planters. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Shannon of Cin cinnati art among tha guests at the Hotel Jef ferson. . Ernst Zaencke of Berlin registered at the Hotel Jerrerson esterday. Samuel Le! smith of Cleveland and O. Cardelii of Paris are guests at tha Hotel Jef ferson. .Mrs. n Brestaner and Mis. Ella Slemers of Milwaukee. Mrs. Mulvahlll, Miss Marie Mulvn hill and Miss Margaretta Mulvahlll of umaha are registered at the Hotel Jefferson. J. A. Orok of Little Rock la a St. Nich olas arrival. Mr. and Mrs. Joslah Bunting of Philadel phia are stopping at the llontlceilo. Miss Orace Crook and Mlsa E!lth Crook of nockaway, N. J and Mis. Vienna Stoll of Newark, N. J., are guests at the Montlcello. The Misses Nell and Lila Belstls of Clar ence. Mo., are registered at the Montlcello. Mr. and Mrs. J. Jackson ot Chicago are guests at the Montlcello. ML.oarlan. In Xew York. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New York, July 16. Among tho arrivals at the hotels here to-day wers the; follow ing from Missouri: St- Louis W. 3. McCall. Imperial; T. S. Chariot. Hoffman: A. c. Einstein. Herald Square; O. Regoll. Unloh Squar. Kansas Cltj W. H. Howlett. D. E. Hnder ann. B. Illefendorf and Mrs. Dlefendorf, Vic toria; W. J. Brace, Herald Square; W. Swan son, Normandle. At Chlca.ro Hotel. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Chicago, 111.. July U. The St. Louis perrons registered at hotels here to-day are as follows: Auditorium H. Becker. Mrs. H, Becker. G. W. Becker, C H. Howard and Mrs. C. H. Howard. Sherman House J. W. Evans. 1. H. Gordon. G. 8. Heilman, Mrs. K. 8. Lee. L. P. Lynch. Palmer House H. 8. Gundltng, H. A. Hus ton. O. B. Meaner, C S. l.ynn. Vletorfct-W. L Hill. C. P. Lorejoy. Brevoort A. A. King, W. E. Thompson. Windsor-Clifton R. C. Ely, J. H. Ward, J. G. Woods. Great Northern Mr.. 8. A. Epstein. M. S. Good. F. O. Peterson. Grand Paclflc-Mrs. L S. Alden. A. P. Johnson. Kalserhof-A. H. Carroll. A. B. Kellogg. ST. LOUIS COUNTY NOTES. Mary Lee filed a suit for divorce in the Clayton Circuit Court yesterday against C. C. Leo on charges of nnnsupport and abandonment. William Kennedy and William Henley were yesterday sentenced to ten days In Jail by Justice Campbell on charges of va grancy. Tho ouarterly statement of County Treasurer Deuser was filed in the County Court yesterday. It shows that during the last three months he has paid $10. 779.87 on school warrants, for roads and bridges. $43,690.79: Jail and criminal, $3, 509.02; salaries, $6,271.64; contingent, K. 248.72; paupers and Insane $9,807.47; for eign Insurance, $37.76. Missouri Supreme Court. R13PUBLIC SPECIAL Jefferson City, Mo.. July 16. Following are the proceedings to-day in Division No. 2 of the Missouri Sflpreme Court: OPINIONS BT GANTT, P. J. King vs. King: reversed and remanded with directions. t , Clemens vs. Connecticut Mutual Lite Insur ance Company; reversed and remanded with di rections. Motions, etc.: Haseltone vs. Messmore; re hearing denied; opinion modified. Central Bank V. C. vs. Thayer; opinion modi fled; rehearing denied. Rodney vs. Glbba; rehearing denied- Palmer vs. JoneS; rehearing continued to Oc tober term. 1904. Cohn vs. St. L, I. M. A S. Ry. Co.; motion to tax cost of printing sustained tor til. Si. Simpson vs. Scrogglna: motion tax cover print In sustained for Ji4-0. Williams vs. Butterfleld: motion to tax cost for printing sustained for $30. Vincent vs. Means; motion for rehearing de nied: motion to tax cost for printing sustained for JIM. Holloway vs. Kansas City; rrotlon for rehear ing denied: motion to tax cost for printing sustained for (2$6.M. Hughes vs. Rador; motion to tax cost for printing sustained tor $311 49. Harrison vs. McReynolds: motion to tax coat tor printing sustained for $119.35. Ppurlock vs. Dornan; motion to tax cost for printing denied. Taylor va. Grand Avenue Railway Company; transferred to Division No. l. Mallory vs. Mallory; appeal dismissed by ap pellant. Annex Realty Company vs. Dunnaway; ap peal dismissed by appellant. In the following cases a rule to show cause why recognizance should not be for feited Is awarded, returnable August 1, 1304: State vs. Harding. State vs. Boehm. State vs. Lentz. State vs. llcehra. State vs. Vlrkens. State vs. Smith. State vs. Boehm. State v. Hall ,. Scu'.lln vs. Wabash Railroad Company; mo tion to modify by appellant. Ordered that court adjourn from day to day. siatloaal Bank Affairs. RDPUBLIC SPECIAL Washington. July 1 The Comptroller of the Currency to-day approved an application to organise the First National Sink of Santa Anns. Tex., with a capital of $M,Mi. The ap plication was signed by M. Tyson. A. O. Weaver. F. W. Turner, J. B. Coleman, H. W. Klngsbery and J. T. Pope. A certificate was Wsaed authorising the First National Bank of WlndsorlL, to Begin busi ness with a capital of $3.. John MoberSr, president: Felix D. Hannltb, vice president; J. W. Moberley. cashMr. ' .Sleeper to Port Wayne, lad.. Via Vandal), Line. 84 fr. xa.-dally. "The) beginning of usefulness in a garment is in the finish." Brau Brummel to His Valet. We are selling about l.0 Uoy.V Long Pants Suits, that formerly sold from $10 to lo, at $5.00 Large lines of .Children's Fancy Cheviot Knee Pants Suits, Sailor Suits and Rus sian Blouse, $5 and ft Suits, cut to $4.00 $7, ?S, ?!) and $10 Suits cut to $500 And we are having a Grand Clearing Sale of Men's, Boys' and Children's Summer Clothing. See our Children's Knee Pants Wash Suits going at ipl.UU and Jtf.50 Browning, King & Co., Cor. Broadway and Pin St. VISITORS REGISTERED AT STATE BUILDINGS. The following visitors registered at the State buildings yesterday: MISSOURI. Mrs. R. W. Ryan. Kansas City: Mrs. J. w. Hngnes. Louisiana; Mr. J. M Collins. Clarks vIlleFm) S Mltchel, Frank N. Mltchel. T. A. Moore. Kanvs City; Doctor J. J. Kennedy, Mrs. J J Kenhedr. Miss Cella Kennedy. Per ry: Mis. C. Welch. Louisiana; Sam S. smith. Joplln: Mr Mike Short. Miss Nellie Nuthen. Moberiv: Lulu Powell. Elliot; Miss w. Burps. Sjtsvllle; Edith G. Chandler. Ellle M. Chan dler. New Florence; J. F. Startin. Confederate Home. Mo.: Harry Basyer. Edward J Mcon.y. Joplln: Luillla Walllch. Mr. Geo E. Walllch. Mrs. Geo. E. Walllch. Master Geo. E. Wal llch. Kansas City; Sarah Thompson. Floris sant: John Pickl's, De 8oto: Kmlly Pitcher, Charles C. Pitcher. Kansas City. E. H Llston. Balm: Vlrgle McMillan. Catherine nry. Eula Lee Morrison. Edgerton; Fern Ruanwon. Anna Blackburn. Tuscumbta: Josle Gdllaher. 21ary Detz. Ft Charles; A A. Thomann. Ft. Joseph: Minnie Stein. Annie Jteln. Katln Pteln. Han nibal; Ann rhelan. Agnes Phelan. Paflflc: Ramah Halliburton. Jits. J E. Bwanaer. J E. Swanger, Milan; J. Dart. Ferguson: Minnie c. Thorn. Kansas City: Doctor and Mrs. D. J. Ackley. Canton: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnetton. St. Joseph: Miss Clara Carter. Kansas City: 9. A. tltuckev-, Carthage: W. G. Walker. Macon; Cecil ft. Leavens. Fort Bellefontalne; Mr. and Mrs. J. W McVay. Higgensvllle; Miss Bessie Bentley. Salisbury: Mrs. P R. Lewis. Cres cent: V. M. Lowe. Mrs. F. M. Lowe. Jr.. Kansas City: Mrs Genevieve U Craven. lack ing; Miss Arrl Rockman. Miss Mildred C. Whitney. Mexico; Miss Luclle Edwards. Miss Elltabeth Edwsnls. St Charles; A. B. Whit ney. W. F. Whitney. Meilco: Grace Haller. Ida M. Haller. Wilcox: Mr. and Mr-. Walker ficott. Kansas- City: Mrs. (". L. Gaines, c I. Games, Mooresvllle: Miss Ella Cosby. II. c. Outman. De Soto; Miss Stella Vlnvanl. De Soto, e. l. LH-ai, Miss icia ueai. unanesion; uik- or Rowc. Grain Valley; F. C. Curran. In dependence; Mr. and Mrs. S. Shlraick. Isa petle Hhtmick. Kansai Cty: Florence B. Cook sey. Crowder: Irene Fsher. Slkeston; A. L. Curran, Independence: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rose. Maysvllle; Edward Meyer, Cora Paule, St. Charles; J. A. Cormack Cora: EMwln It. Bamthoiise. P. M. Bamthouse. Jefferson Cltv: Frank W. Armstrong, MarvvIII: John r. Crowe. Beaufort; Judith O. Blggersstoff. Mary A. Granger. Miss Girford. Miss Ennls, Edlna; Mrs. B. J. Coll. Pern-. ILLINOIS. Mr. and Mrs. Henry C.v Etten. Marv Loui-e Etten. Chicago: Richard Johnson. Effingham; Bert Stnllar. Harln; Claw son II Ilcd. 11. r. Reed, Chicago; Hlrrel Hussy, Estelle Ooem bel, Julia Urlch. Geneseo: S. O. Bonner. Ed wardsvllle: Edith Dodds. Margaret Chatterton. Annie Lamphlers. Springfield; C. F. Morris. Waverly: E. E. Day. Bloomlngton: Olive Brown. Perls. Mary Coyne. I,aura Covne. Chi cago: Roscoe C. Jack. Lester Jack. Newton; Charles Laux; Decatur: Fred Rexwlnkle. Van dalla: Lillian Vaughn. Greenville- F. E Ab bott and wife. Chicago: May A. Buther. Mat toon: Mrs. Frank Wheeler. J. F. Brawler. El Dara: Rudolph C. Peke, Chicago: Delia Mitch ell. Ida Smith, TajIorviUe; Evelyn Smith, As sumption; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kent. Gridley; John W. Fuller, Springfield- J. R. Holllday. Taylorvllle; Louise Morris, Chicago: Helen M. Bonn. Elltabeth H. Bohn. Centralis- Dell A. Clark. Peoria: Hyland L Coale. tles'le F. Coal. Hlllsboro: Flora I. Beach. Lincoln; E. G. Langley. Bvanston: Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Kel ly. Bloomlngton: Mr. and Mrs W. A. McLaln, Greenville; lira. Sldnev H. Wheelhouse. Chi cago; Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mooney, galem; Julia M. Murray, Carlisle: Henry G. Llndeev. Jacksonville: Mr. and Mrs. George Watklne, Springfield; Taylor Strawn. Ottawa; Mrs. J. T. Hubbard. Gordon Hubbard. Winchester: H. R. Pottsr, Evanston: May Ryan. Qulncy; Irene OUren. Julesburg: Clara Plattenburg. Canton; Ora Westman. Nora Westman. Mrs. S. H. OI len, Qalesburg; Mrs. Fred Relse. Atlanta. KANSAS. Agnes Wlldclen and Llzile Wlldc'rn, Hoising ton; W. J. Wilson. Winneld; chas. Watson. Pittsburg: L J. Woodhouse and wire. I,an caiter; Blanche Mcor. Kingman Mrs. Fred Meyer, Eldorado: M. 9. Mailing. Wichita; Su san and Llllle Moor, Junction City: Rachel Marshall. A. Marshall and Lydta. Marshall. Lin coln; Mrs. 3. C. Hlih and Edna High. Glrard: Preston Nervlngrr. Crestline; Marie Olloot, Lydon; Minnie Peak. Logan; Mrs. Byron Ro dolph, Wlnfleld: Liille and Emma Ryan, Ltn coin; E. J. Rlney and wife. Dodge City; Gerty and Emma. Ran-melt. Lenvenworth: E-l Duna way. Clay Center: Adela Dodne. Parsons; Sarah E. Davies. Bald; Geo. Emerson. Wln fleld; Ii L Leasue. Sterling; Y. Fowler, Pa Ola; the Reverend Z. J. Griffin and wire. Med icine Lodge; H. H. Gregory. Cherryvale: Mrs. W E. Oooch, Wlnfleld: Florence Galther. par sons: Geo. H. Hughs and Eugene Harriv. To stka; H. F. Illbler. Winneld; Joslah Hughes. Clay Center: D. A. and Anna January osa watomle; Nettie M. Jordon and Bessie Jordon. Calawen: L L. KIser and wife and Glenn C Klser. Eldorado: Anna King. Junction City; Mrs. Geo. Kllllan and Mrs. Gene K Milan. Pittsburg- Grace McClure, Tillie McClure Republic; M. It. Horton. Chetopee: 8 T. Neely, Leaven worth: Edward Nolan, Pittsburg; J. C- Olden. Topeka; May Oltman, Lincoln: Mrs. C. L. Paska. Hutchison; I,eta rtodgers. Pittsburg: Bertha Roth. Dodge City: Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Roberts, Mortonvllle: Maud B. Romlg. Neln fleld: Z. E RalT. Knlslngton: E. ft Russell, Wltchlta: R 8. Rtngulst. Sallna: O. N. Roth, Ness City: Kathary Leoneld. WltchlU: Z. W. Smith, wife and daughter. Hill City; Mr. and Mm H. Z. Spalding. Seneca: Edith Z Scott, Maryrllle: Hannah Ewens. Emporia; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Erwln. Fort Scott: B. Fogetlery. Republic; T. F. Fluhort. Mrs. Fluhort, Salines: Mrs. O. Melsenhelmer. Topeka: A. M. Griffith. Wltchlta: Y. M. Gartner, Junction City: Vera Glass, salena: H. H. Londer. Anthony: P. and H. Oathir, Columbus: J. H. Griffith, Wltchlta; NOVELTIES IN OUR LITTLE FOLKS SHOE PARLORS. Full round toe, 81 to 11. BiaslaKsBsS'sBC ,fsl--g3'W Misses' White Canvas Neat round toe, low heel, sole; llito2 Child's Russia Tan Oxfirds, Spring heel, full toe, tipped; 8' toll Misses' Russia Tan Oxfords, Light extension sole, low, flat heel; 111 to 2 MAIL ORDERS CAREFULLY s5IQ-t5;21-s5;23 N. BROADWAY, Jill To $QJ5 ROUND TRIP. JULY 17, 18 and 19. World's Fair Visitors May Take Sleeping Car and Buy Tickets at Wabash World's Fair Station. City Ticket Office, J. W. Goring and wife. Topeka; Margaret and Dale Going. Topeka: Deltd llamr. Klngruan, Ernest Hemnler. Leavenworth: Elizabeth Hum mer AIlc- Hoffert. Leavenworth: Ruth Hlyly, Cawkrr City Helen and Blanche Hlyly. Cowker City: C. F Harrison. Emporia. V T. Heldert. Howard. Ella B. Heldert. Howard. OKLAHOMA. L S. Bailey. Perry, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Somen Ule, Enid; Miss Katherine Jess. EI Reno; O. N. Lund. Shawnee; Miss N Lund. Shawnee; Doctor J W. Howard, Edmcnd. Miss B.-sle K Mav. Miss JulU A. Granger. Audley Granger, EI Reno, R. E F Merty. Oklahoma City. K A. Moornouse. Enid; Miss Jeannette McNabb. Oklahoma City: Miss Maude Rogers. Kate Rogers. Shawnee: J H. Conway, Lamont; Doc tor B. K Wood. Anadarku; E. B. Gibbons. Terry: Chas. K. Wheeler and Fred II. Wheeler, Oklahoma City: Frank E. Singleton. Perry; H Fischlnger. Enid: F. J. Smith. Yukon: Mlsf Amanda L Baker. Woodward; Mr. and Mrs W II Kirschner and Ralph Kirschner. Perry; Sam Hvndman. Oklatoma City: Albert New born. Tecumseh: C. A. Oldham. Chadwlck Clara Iove. Renfrew; Mr. and Mrs E. B. Rrep. Canute: L C Oliver. Mrs. L a Ollvei and Miss Bertha Oliver, Norman: John W. Ed wards. Olustle; E H. Perry: J- W. Pl'rce. Oklahoma City; chas A. Jody. Lawton; Mr. Nell Dlngman. Sttoud; H. H. Stephens. Lhw ton; O. d Mnie. Crescent; Harry Schwart. Ok lahoma City. E A. Jacobs. Melville Lund. O. M. Lund and Mrs. M. Lund. Shawnee; Frank Shoenhar. Guthrie: Mrs P. Roder. L Rodcr and Patrick Roder. Oklahom City: Mrs. Flor erce Lacy. Elk City: Jack Walsh. B ackw-ll: A. W. McQueen. Guthrie; F. O. Reed. Okla homa. City. ARKANSAS.. Ernest Well. Baf-svllle; Sid Slad'. Okolona: C. L. Booth. Clarendon; Mr. and Mrs. F. N. V7.itAl Ttiil.1 Knnh- n. C MrKennon. Cllrks- .,MA. xtr onH Mrs Thiimn. Krementz. Little Bock; iimts Johnson. Ilerryvllle- Mari" Jeh Kins. r,ureKR rn'rinK.: ir. "u .,.. -? Miller. Sprlngdale: Carrie Hineman. Little t-M.at.eth Martin, utile Itocfrr Alma Stevcenr. Little Rock: Julia Sklllens. Searcy; alecla Sklllens, Searcy. Gertrude Sklllens. Searcy; F C. Flowers. Harrison: A. C. Stanley, Tillar: Dora Ituvh. Fayettevillc; Anna Reyh. Favettevllle: Wiley Hampton. Fordvce; rrank Tillar. Tlllor; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shlbley. an Burcan. TEXAS. G. M. Tates. Poetry; Mr. and Mrs R. C. Crane. Sweetwater; II. J. McGuIre and family, Lampasas; K. 11 Reavls, Miss Res. rt'.ails. Brlgge: W. B. Whltaker. San Antonio; n.nll Lee. Clifton; Robert It. Thompson. Waco; Doc tor John S. Ragland. Mis" L llagland. Bee vllle: Hazel Blair Weathcrford: Walter P. Jen nings, Mrs. W P Jennings, Taylor: Mr. and Mrs. I. Jungman. Arthur Jnncman. Frank Juncman. Houdo: Edcar M. Williams, Tiler. Judge and Mrs. J A. Elklnr. Mrs. S. 31. EI klr.s, Fannie Elklns. Huntsvllle; It. Amberg. Mrs. II. Amberg. ltutersv llle. INDIAN TERRITORY. F. J. Way, Haskell, F. E. Leeper. Chickasha; J. r. Holman, Okmulgee: Mrs. M. J. Watts. Mutdron; R. L Sanders, A. W. Dunham. Ard more: Moody Tldwell. E. E. Shalv-U". Miami; Harry Schwartz. Purcell; J. D. Thomas, Broken Arrow: Joe Wells. Chlckasha: B. C. Bunker. Hudson; II. P. Are. Mrs. H. P. Ayres, Miss Lucille Avrcs, Muskogee; J. S. Mullen. Mrs. J. S. Mullen. Ardmore: Max CofTman. Wilbur ton. KENTUCKY. W. P. Schaefer. Louisville; Louise C. Tan ner. Lexington; Ernest C. Farley. Haute Hop kins Farley. Fulton: Eugene M. Haynes Ixuls ville; Jessie M. Cowglll. Berca: Mr-. R. B. Redmon. Luella P. ltcdmon. Robert Conover, Louisville; Carl Palmer Miller. Joseph H. Mil ler. Princeton; Louis J. Knlffer. R. B. Red mon, Ixjulsville; Gus Flmmerdlng. Covington; Mr and Mrs. John II. Wetzel, loulsvllle; Mrs. William F. Price. Mary Eleanor Price. Kath erlne Price. Francis Willis. Lexington; Henry Welkamp, Louisville. TENNESSEE. Mr and Mrs. J. A. Crockett, Bethel Springs; Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dodds. Miss Helen Dudds. MIs Suellna Newsom. Miss Clara Newsom. Jackson: Mrs-. Laura McAnally. Memphis; Mr.. F. L Ewlng. Miss Vance Enlng. Miss Anna May Dwlne. F. L Ewjng". Union City: Mrs. J. N. Howard. Mac Howard. Jos. M. SarmVld. Lillian V. Wallac. Memphis: Miss Stella Bar low. Miss Irene Barlow. Savainah: C. M. Mc Tlghe. Memphis: F. CT Tlghnor. Pulaski: P. J. Harper, Memphis. Republican Club Picnic. The Twenty-second Ward Republican League Club will give a picnic at Grand View Place, near Mcramec Highlands, this afternoon. A large number of guests have been Invited. Those who have prom ised to deliver addresses are Qeorre C. R. Wagoner. Otto Stlfcl, Judge Daniel D. Fisher, Louis P Aloe and Eugene Mc Quillan of St. Louis, Charles Watson, Ka- ALWAYS INSIST ON GETTING A BKsWMUs9B'""'ii!iiillflir You are NUT paying for Bill Boards. Fence Palatine Claveka, roa uel.lV bat for fine Quality Havana Tohaeeo. Eaaal to InsDataa C'lsran. 6M stiraot to tbe ratallar by th. Manufacture. r. k. P Child's White Canvas Oxfords, i $1.25 Oxfirds, flexible SI JO SJ5 Sj5 AND PROMPTLY FILLED OPPOSITE UNION MARKET. ; Cincinnati Eighth and Olive. hoka: Charles D. irorris. Lone Jack; R. Albert. Frederlcktown; Bytd Duncan, Poplar Bluff; J. F. Gmellch, Boonville; H. P. Kinsolvlng, Maiden; William F. Bloe baum, St. Charles; Thomas Eatson. Ka hoka; Doctor E. B. Clements. Macon: Fred Essen. Clayton, and George A. Mc Cause of Mount Vernon. ASSAILANT STILL AT LARGE. Efforts to Find Negro Who At tacked Roaie SchleiBnor Futile. Tim Sullivan of Klrkwood was arrested yesterday afternoon on suspicion by Dep; uty Marshal House of Klrkwood, sh thought that he answered the description jf the assailant of 16-year-nld Rus'e Schlcisner. The latter was brought from her home on the Weber Hill road and de clared Immediately that tho wrong man had been arrested. She was accompanied to Klrkwood by ner sipier emma. It is now believed that the chances of capturing the assailant aro very remoir. VISITORS FROM ST. LOUIS ENJOY LIFE AT LUCERNE. SPECIAL BY CABLE TO THE ST. LOUIS RE PUBLIC AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. - Lucerne. July 16. (Copyright, 1904.) There Is continued sunshine here. VIs itorshave almost filled the hotels and there are -a great many Americana, in cluding Mrs. R, P. Flower, the wife of the late Governor of New York Doctor C. Blank and Mrs. Blank of St. Louis are at the Hotel Victoria. Rural Route. Established. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Washlngtun. July 16. Rural free delivery sr v ice ha. been established "to commence August 15, as follows: Missouri Albany. Gentry County; route .; length of route. 25S miles: population served. 444. Centralis. Boone County: route 6; length of, route, ro miles; population served. 4$? Barnett. Morgan County: route 1: length of route a3! miles; population served. 60s. Denver, Worth County: route I: length of route. 2 miles; population served, 420. Everton, Dad. County: route S: length of route. 23H mlls; population served. 669. Gashland. Clay County; route 1: length of route. isH mile.: populi tion served. Ku. Marthasville. Warren County: route 3: length of route 24i miles; population served. 58.1. Moscow Mills. Lincoln Coonty; route 1; length of route. :1S miles; population served. 567. Illinois Carlyle. Clinton County: route R; length of route, Z1S miles: population served. UZ. Hareldell. Cumberland County: route I; lergth of route. 24 miles; population served. '"Kansas-Valley Falls. Jefferson Coimty: route 3: length of route Wl miles: population "okTahonw-Graves. Custer County: route S: length of route. 2S miles: population served. 441. Klldare. Kny County: route 3: length of route, 22 miles: population served. 43S. Fntnlly Shoot. Saloonkeeper. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. " Cairo. 111.. Julv 16. Harry Pettit. a sa loonkeeper nt Thebes, 11L, was shot last night tiV Clarence Irvine. Irvine and Pcttlt had a cuarrel two or ,thre hours before the -shooting occurred. Pettit had refused to sell Irvine a drink on credit, and this Is thought to be the causv of thes crime. Pettit Ilea in a dying condition at his home and the doctors ray there is no . chance for him to recover. Robber Steal From Constable. The home of Joe Harrison, a Deputy Constable In Maplewood. was entered by thieves in broad daylight Friday- Th robbers took HO and some valuable Jjwel ry.. The robbery wa reported tothe Sher iff's office In Clayton yesterday. Harrison consoles T himself with'the belief that th thieves did not know he was an officer. .at. at AT- worlds run race m. u. wtw IK. lxmia. . i k 1 .& f't ir.. .iSiM 2oiirT" :r-j.v.b!ttf -? vtv .- v"j;.v.l ST'-&-'K