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THE ST. LOTJI S REPUBLIC.
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MR. AND imS. CHAItl.CS J liUDDKX IN THUIK AUTOMOBILE.
Their are touring the world In the first auto c.n to .tos thf Arcii- Circle. Trli jucture was taken in Piacue BoheTiiA,
and In the rear aeat are Urbaln J. Ldoux, the ArncrlcMn Consul, ai.d the fiiifineer. In the fiont scat are Mr and 'Mrs
(Hidden.
Tn the automobile proccs'lon which -will
reach St. Loula next Wednesday will be
the first car to cross the Arctic Circle.
Tn this car will be Mr. and Mrs. Charles
J. QUdden of Boston, who are touring the
world In their automobile, and have al
ready driven their machine more than
11.000 mllps this year. With the ending
of the tour at 6t. Louis Wednesday they
will have made 17.63S miles In ISO days.
FUST TRAIN FALLS
-TIRDUGH BRIE
Between Thirty and Fifty Per
sons Reported-Drowned Near
Pinon,'Oolo.
RELIEF SENT IN HASTE.
Operator Who First Reaches
Scene Keports Hearing Cries
' of Distress, but Cannot Find
, Engine and Three Cars.
WrUBUC SFEX3AL.
i Foeblo, Colo., Aug. 7. At 7:30 o'clock
..Word was received at the local offices of
,the Missouri Pacific and Denver and Rio
"."brand road that train No. U, the Missouri
B'aoUIo "BTjer." which left Denver at 5
b'clock this afternoon, consisting of an
engine and five coaches, had gone through
Joe bridge near Pinon, Colo., eighteen
miles from this city. It Is reported that
between thirty and fifty persons were
drowned.
!At o'clock a relief train, consisting of
he wrecker, four coaches and a baggage
ear carrying Assistant Superintendent
Miller of the t. & R. G. and 8uprlnt-nd-ent
It. H. Bowers of the MNxouri Pacific
and several surgeons, started for the
scene. Owing to the fact that wires are
down near the point of the wreck, no de
tails at that tlmo could be learned.
At 11 o'clock a second train, carrying
policemen and others, under charge of Po
lice Captain Wilson, departed for the
scene of the wreck.
The operator at Pinon wlrfJ thi-t lie
went to the bridge, three nu!j south vt
the station, but could not find the engine
and three cars. He heard crl's for help
from the bed of the mountain tlrcam.
Tho fireman of No. 11 escaped and was
, found wandering about looking for the en
gineer. J. E. Collier, a local undertaker, went
on the second train with all of the availa
ble coffins and stretchers he could ob
' tain. Conductor J. H. Smith, Engineer
Hlnman and Brakcman J. J. Turner are
among the misslngf1
Rnllrond Men Fear Worst.
Denver, Colo., Aug. 7. A special train
carrying Chief Surgeon J. W. O'Connor,
Superintendent of Motive Power F. Merts
scimer and other Rio Grande officials, left
at 15 .30 to-night for the cene of the wrock
at I'lnon. No definite Information has
been received by the officials here beyond
tho fact that three cars went through the
bridge. Tho Rio Grandtt people fear that
the loss of life has been heavy.
MORGAN FOR ROOSEVELT.
President Promises Financier to
Ke Verr Good.
RKPUBUC SPECIAL.
New York, Aug. 7. The World this
morning announces on the authority of the
"most Influential Republican campaign
manager" that President Roo-velt has
received assurance of J. Pierpont Mor
gan's support
Mr. Morgan was for a long time greatly
lnoensed at President Roosevelt, and
threatened to oppose his election. The
peace go-betwcns were George TV. Per
kins of the Morgan firm ind Ellhu Root
now Morgan's representative In the North
ern Securities' suit.
Mr..' Roosevelt has promised to be good
hareafte-
ARE NOW IN PROCESSION HEADED FOR ST. LOUIS
''' ' - . . . ... . . ,., ..,.
Mr. and Mrs. ;!id.Jn flrt bpan their
automobile journey in ton-icn lands in
1901, when they tnneled I,0 miles in
England and France. In 1TC thuy trav
eled through Germany. Austria. Italy,
Spain and Switzerland, and In VS added
Baaria. Belgium, Bohemia, Denmark,
Holland, Ireland, Sweden find Wales,
omitting Italy .and SjwJn. In future drives
they propose to travel In China, Ceylon,
LAST WEEK'S ATTENDANCE
AT FAIR MORE THAN 600,000
Largest Number of Visitors in Six Days Recorded Since
Opening of the Exposition Total Number
Entering Big Show Nov Amounts
to 6,258,988.
RKCORDKIJ ADMISSION
for wrnic emhm; acgist .
4 Monday, August 1 68.459
Tuesday. August 2 105,191
Wednesday, August 3 S4,73
Thursday, AvgUit 4 S7,t50
O Friday. Augi'bt 5 M.401
Saturday, Ai,juit & 137.167
ToUI W1.411
For the first time in the hlstorj- of the
World's Fair the weekly attendance h'i
passed the 600,000 mark. Lat week, ono
of exceptionally good attendance, brought
the total attendance since the opening
day up to 6,258.08s, the admission figures
for the week being 6vl,411.
The attendance for last Saturday Man
ufacturers' Day was exceeded by only
two days since the opening. The were
opening day and the Fourth of July, the
attendance for the former being 157,733
and for the latter 172,110.
Last Tuesday, Children's Daj, the Crst
of a series of such day, wai the fourth
largest attendance of the Exposition sea
son. For the first time al-o the dolly at
tendance at the I'jlr last week ateraged
more than 100,000 l'ltors. The percentage
of pjld admissions was gratlfylngl'
large.
For this week Feeial special das ate
arranged, which "hould bring ihe total
BOUTWELL QUITS
REPUBLICAN PARTY
Member of Grant's Cabinet and
Massachusetts Senator
for Parker.
REPUBLIC SPKCIAL
Groton. Mas?., Aug. 7. Georae S. Bout
v.ell, one of the founders of the Republic
an party. Secretary of the Treasury un
der President Grunt, Governor, United
States Senator and Representative in
Congress from hH State, I for Judge
Parker for President. He gave these rea
sons estcrday for his preference:
''I am with the Democratic party be
cause I hav.e made a distinct decision in
regard to tho Philippine policy, and what
ever may happen in regard to domestic af
fairs, nothing can he so unfortunate as
this transformation from ajcpubllc to an
empire.
"Therefore. I do not concern myself
about what the Democratic party may do,
but I am satisfied that they will not
sacrifice the honor of the nation by leav
ing a great opportunity."
COOL WEATHERJTO CONTINUE.
Temperature Last Night Was the
Lowest of the Bummer.
Official forecast for St. Louis: Fair and
continued cool.
The maximum temperature jesterday
was 7 degrees, while the minimum, regis
tered at 5 o'clock this morning, was 6S de
grees. This Is the Ion est temperature
that lias been recorded In St. Louis thH
summer.
The local forecaster reports that the
weather to-day will be much the same as
that or yesterday, except that the cloudi
ness will Increase-
AUTO;
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MaaaaaiaMik1a
E?ypt. the East lndie, Greece. Hawaii.
Hungary, India. Japan, Paletinc, Portu
gal. Sicily, Tunis. TurLiy, New Zealand
and A Ui tml la.
They made the trip across the Arctlo
Circle August' K, ISA!.
In addition to the Iritis tbat have been
mentioned. Mr. and Mrs. GUdden hae
traveled In an automobole In the United
States for 13.000 mllep. Journeys sow
planned will cover a total of 23 COO miles.
I
IILCAI'ITLLATIO.V FOR
PERIOD SI.NCE OPENING. 4
April. 1 day 187,793
May, 56 days 1,001.351 4
June, Mdajg 2,124.8.,6 4
July, 27 days 2,S,K7 4
August, Cdajs , O01.411 4
Total
C.KS.l's 4
4
444441
attendance up to a figure which It U ex
pected will bo far in excess of any pre
vious ones. Children's Day to-day. Char
itable Institutions' Day to-morrow, Inter
national Typographical Union Day
Wednesday, American Automobile Asso
ciation Day Thursday, Cuban Day Friday
and Philippine Day Saturday are all cal
culated to bring to the Fair a total at
tendance that ehall approach very near
the million mark for the week.
International Typographical Union Da,?
and Philippine da are expected to prove
two of the very largest dajs In the Ex
position Benson. The Typographical
Union will be in convention at the Fair
from to-day until Saturday. Two other
conventions-, those of the National Har
nn Mi-mifflcturers' and the National
Window Ttlnimer" associations will be ri
seteioii at the Exposition thl week. Both
will convene to-day and be in teaslon
until 'Wednesday.
LEADINQ TOPICS
TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC.
THE SUN RISES THIS MORNING AT
5:05 AND SETS THIS EVENING AT 7.-05.
THE MOON RISES THIS MORNING
AT 1:08
For Missouri l'nlr Moudaj and
Tuesday.
Fur Illinois Fair .Mfiud ; vuulrr in
south. Tuesday alr.
Page.
1. Igorrotes Will Vlhlt Rooievelt.
Last Week's Attendance at Fair More
Than 600,000.
Boutwell Quits Republican Part.
3. Tiouble Brewing In Iron Trade.
3. Geisha Girl and Snordam.in V.mi-h
Slock Market Not Attractive.
Picture of Chiist Remains on Abbott
Pniktr's Rack.
4. Mafalda Starts Against Bas d'Or.
Race Entries.
Browns Defeated ljy 'Washington.
B. Typos' Picnic a Great Success.
Wheat Futures Are Uncertain.
6. Editorial.
Dramatic News and Nntcr.
7. Gambling Inquiry Will Begin To-Day.
Home After Tvo Years' Absence.
8. Republic "Want" Ads.
. Republic "Want" Ads.
10. Sermons and Services at the Churches
11. Wheat Values Decline on Moderate
Selling.
Live-Stock Market.
Markets by Telegraph.
Happenings in East Side Cities and
Towns.
15. Cost of Living Really Higher.
Senator Davis Has Been Honored by
Republicans.
IGG10TES WILL
VISIT ROOSEVELT
Dcpurt for Washington To Vay
Ceremonial Call on Their Felloe-Suzerain.
CUD MOSTLY IN BARE SKINS.
Moro Chief, Who Accompanies
Dog Eaters, Is Clothed in Gor
geous Raiment Expect to
Dine With rreoident.
Vi ahlngtons dull Fea"on will &e en
livened by a slt of several of th native
patricians of the Phl'ippinrs this week,
and Present Rooelt will pause lorg
enough In the busy tapk of managing his
campaign to entertain party of Igorrote
and Moro aristocrats from St. Louis.
Eight natives from the, Philippine Reser
vation at the Fair departed last night over
the Vandaila to pay a formal llt to
President Roosevelt.
Three of the.n were chiefs of high de
gree; th others their retainers and me
nials. The chiefs are Antonio, the naked
Apollo ot the Bontoo Igorrotes; Chief Bu
casswin, the lord who rules the destinies
of the Sujoc Igorrotes, and Datto Fa
cundo, true follower of the Prophet, oier
lord of ,000 Samal Moros. Grand Vixler
and half-brother of the Rajah of Nuda
Uandl.
With Chief Antonio go his interpreter,
Antcro; his high priest. Lolmes, and tho
Judge of the tribunal, Choinei. llucassan.
being a chief of lesser degree, has no ret
inue. Datto Fecundo took with him his
two bodyguards, LapuchI and Galo, armed
with their trusty bolos, to protect the sa
cred person ot their lord
Fred Lewis, manager of the Mora il-
j lagf, and Governor T. K Hunt. In charge
of tho Igorrote colony at the World'i. Fair,
' accompanied the savage gentry to Wash
ington to act as their social mentors and
, to guard agairst tho commission of any
faux pas In the palace" of the great Amer-
' lean chief. Tha party departed at 10
o'clock and will reach Washington to
morrow morning, remaining thora fill of
tliat day and returning Wednesday.
CLAD IN BARE SKINS
The Igoirots chiefs were not burdened
with any considerable baggage, as both
Antonio and Bucassan did not desire to
be ostentatious in their display of loin
cloths Both were chul In their bare skins
mostly, and In that costume the) prob.ibl)
will pay their ceremonial call.
But with thu Moro chief It was different
His wardrobe was ransacked for the rich
est robes and turbans of ralnbnw-hutd
silks and fatlns A wealth of ornaments
was taken In his baggage, and when he
calls on President Roosevelt ha will be
clad in his "glad rag-"
The vl-iit of the native chiefs to Wash
ington in by special invitation. For some
time they have wi9htd to pay their re
sptcts to their fellow-rultr at Washing
ton, and recently made known their do
sires to their friends at the Philippine
Reservation. The fact was ommu
nlcated to Frecldent Roosevelt, who was
found to ba dee-llght-ed at the prospect
Yesterdiy a telegram was received by
Executive Officer FeMer from Colonel
Clarence R. Edwards. Chief of tile Bureau
of Insular Affairs at Washington, stating
that the President would be pleied to re
cede his savage suzelain. And so they
departed lion nlBht. the invited guetts of
the President of the t'nited State".
EXPECT TO DINE WITH ROOSEVELT.
What programme of entertainment lias
been arranged for the dusky chiefs in the
White House is not known. The '"little
brown men" have heard that the Presi
dent does not draw the color line, und it
Is thought that they will be astly d s
appolnted and hurt If an Imitation to dine
with the Picsldeiit at tha White House
It not forthcoming.
One circumstancu that may prevent tU
President from extending the hospitality
of his table to his swarthy-skinned guests
is the diversity of prandial tastes of the
guests. Datto Fecundo, being a follower
of the Prophet, will arise in his dignity
and depart from the table should meat
be, served. If. on the contrary, savory
poodle soup and cutlets should Inadvert
ently be omitted from the bill of fare. It
Ik certain that Antonio and Uucassan
would Immediately lose Interest and appe
tite. In the meantime. Kermlt is not taking
any chances, but has loaned his bull pup
und fox terriers to his friends on the next
street until after the -vi-it ot the patrician
dog-eaters.
AERIAL PERFORMER DIES
AT THE CITY HOSPITAL
W. II. (ireeii, Known urn "Monsieur
I. eon," SiiffDinlis to Injnrlra Mm.
' talneil li Full at llir Flilr.
"Monsieur Leon," whose right name wai
W. H. Green, and who was. seriously
Injured by the breaking of a wire upon
which he did the "sliding act" at Old
St. LouK at the World's Fair grounds,
died of his injuries at the City Hospital
yesterday afternoon
At a distance of forty feet from th
ground the wire upon which Green wus
performing broke, and the performer fell
to the ground, alighting on his head and
right shoulder.
Green's act was a hazirdous one, as ho
slid from a point at one end of the con
cession, 100 feet from the ground, on an
incline to the ground b hli hair. Thy
breaking of the wire, he often said, was
the only dinger of the act.
In the precnce of a large crowd last
Tuesday afternoon, while reforming hH
act, the wire broke and the performer
fell.
He never regained consciousness; -ind
It is thought hs skull wasj fractured bv
the fall.
Green was S years old. married and
lived at No. 18 Morgan street.
JAPS REPORTED WITHIN
LESS THAN MILE OF MAIN
DEFENSES OF PORT ARTHUR
Forces Which Captured Wolf's Hill Now Intrenched in Vallev, Ac
cording to Storv Carried to Chefoo by Russian Refugees
Japanese Landing Troop. at Louisa Bar, Probably With In
tention of Attacking City From the West Artillery of Be
sieged Array Harasses Advancing Besiegers.
ST0ESSEL SAYS JAPS LOST 10.000 MEN IN RECENT FiGHT.
Chefoo. Aug. S, fl a. m The Jap
anofie force which captured Wolfs Hill
is now intrenched in the valley about
two-thirds of u mile from the fortiess
at I'ort Arthur.
A Japanese cruiser, It is alleged,
struck a new mine and sank tame
dlitely in the vicinity of Cristova bat
tery. Tli Russian cruiser Bayan has a
small hole aboTe her water line which
vtas inflicted by the explosion of a
mine, which had floated to The harbor
entrance.
The Japanese have occupied Louisa
Bay, only a few miles from Port
Arthur, landing troopi with the prob
able iuteutiou of attacking west of the
city. There has been no Important
fighnug in the vicinity of Port Arthur
since July 1!3. The Russian artillery
harasses the Japanese, who are at
tempting to advance their trenches.
Tho above information was brought
here to day by Kusslan refugee, tv ho
left Port Arthur August 4.
JAPS REPORTED
I.V STRONG POSITION'.
London, Aug. S The Tiim cor
respondent at Tokio, under date of Au
gust 7, says that there are unofficial re-
j ports there that the Japanese have
I captured commanding po-jitions north
and northeast of Port Arthur nt a dis-
! tance of 2,7DO yarihj from the main line
of Russian defenses.
BTOESSEL'S REPORT
CHEERS ST. PETERSBURG.
St. Petersburg, Aug. 8. 2.25 a. m J a of
ficial report from Lieutenant General
Stoegfel, commanding the military forces
at Port Arthur, sas that the Japanese
were repulsed with a loss of 10.W0 men in
a three dajs' fight fjom July X to July 28.
Tho Russian loss Is placed at 1,6m).
General Kuropatkln reports from Llao-
Vang some small Runltn successes. In
outpost righting, up to August u, without
the expected great batt! having been
opened.
The simultaneous receipt of favorable
news from these commanders In the far
East raised the spirits of thoe In the
RussUn capital Immensely. The dispatches
er primed hi upecial newspaper bulle
tins and ware eagerly bought up on the
streets
General S.t:e.rs dispatch, thoagh Un
dajs old. Is taicli a-i a satisfactory refu
tation of th -econtly repeated rumor of
the fall tit l'ort Arthur. He fctatet that
the deteimlneJ Japanese assaults welo re
pulsed with tiemundous loss, and figures
10.000 as the number of Japanese killed or
wounded. This is udmlttedly on Chinese
information, which heretofore has pioved
to be ot exceedingly doubtful v;lue.
FLEET BOMBARDS
JAPANESE FLANK.
The pait played by the fleet in bombard
ing the Japanese flank bear3 out the pre
diction of the Associated Press that Rear
Admiral Wlthoeft 1 able to render ef
ficient support to the garrison. It ii here
considered significant that no mention Is
made of Vlcje Admiral Togo, indicating
th it the Japanese fleet is Ineffective. Pos
Hibly tho bulk of the fleet has been dis
patched for other service, though this
would not be uhelj.
General Kuropatkln. In a telegram to the
Emperor, dated Augurt t., reports a rccop-
WORLDS FAIH PROGRAMME
SPKvTlsL EVENTS.
fMIJreu'- Day Kr.j.s City Strlners' Day
m Childien. properly accompanied, admitted fit.
Guatemala bullolnr, open for Crst thre.
m. Roqua tojmament. Stadium.
Fh)Ral training lecture, rtiysica! Culture bulla. r
Drill, Provldr.ce Military As-n . Administration quad
m 1'arnae. ilystlo hhrlnera, start MoJel street,
m.-Oritn recital. Clarence O. S. Howe. Kt!va! llalL
Concert, Hscond U. 3. Infantry nenJ. iov eminent bl.lff.
m Concert, lioston Band. CaaUe Harden",
m Fh)ical culture lecture. I'hyskil Culture buililinr.
Concert. Kilties Band, festival Hell
m Xlancal training claFe. nubile scnoul -ctlon, Edna
tlon bulldlnfr.
Concert. Well's Hand. aVrufalem Orove
m. Children sardeners. United fctates riant lUp
m. Concert to Prslrlmt Franclt. Mexkan Ailll!r l!nd.
Machinery Oard-rw.
m.-Concirt, Second L. S. Infantry liand. (lovernment hUg.
in. Dilll. spaldlni Gry. Adinlnitratlon quad,
m CVnrts of primitive people". Plaza M. LouK
m. Drill. Utli Illinois Infantry. Tiara ht. Luii-
Comert, Imposition Orclitra, Trolan All",
m. Drill, lljatlc rthrlnera. l'Uza "t. Loul
m Concert, Mexican Band. Machlc-ry Oari1ne
American and Isan auctions Art Palace pn.
Concert. Well's Hand. I'laia St. Loun
Concert, lltttton Band. Caacnde Gardui".
in Concert. ICIUIes Band. Fentlval Hal!
m Concert. luxrtltlon Orchestra, Trolean Alps.
P.nOULAIi KVKXTS.
m. Ground open.
Plk open.
Troop drill. United Slate. Marine. Plaza Mt Ix.nle.
m Feeding blrda and game. Missouri Outdoor Kxhlbit.
m Hourly con'eru. om-n of Harems of Moro .Sultan",
l'hillrplnes
nulldfna;' open.
Feeding beat ere. Fore'try bulldirg.
sterroptfeon lectures. Philippine Art section
Hourly dances, Igorrote, Negrito and Moro villa.
Demonstration, vibratory method. Education building.
Vlsajan class work. Model School. Philippines.
Mint In operation. Government building,
m. Industrial cla-sca of Indians, Indian School.
Concert. Government Indian Band. Indian School.
.submarine mine demonstration. Ilovernment building-,
m Hourly dance.. Moro Villages, Philippines. ,
Teaching languages by phonograph. Guild Hall. Model st.
Keedtnar seals, Government Fihries Pavilion.
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noissance August on the touth front in
the dlrecUon of the Japarcre ccsltlcns. The
Rutslans set 2re to the I'lag of Henck
hantsa. thirteen miles northeast of Nlu
chwang, from which place a small force of
Japanese fled precipitately, leaving their
transport animals.
$20018 STOLEN
Newport? Home of Wealthy New
York Family Scene of
Great Robbery.
URGE REWARD IS OFFERED.
Pinkerton Detectives Are Work
ing on the Case Facts Have
Been Kept Secret for
Several Weeks.
RBPl'BLte SPECIAL.
New York, Aug. 7. For inuro than a
month tho most skillful detectives at
tached to the Pinkerton Agency and the
police of Eastern cities have been working
upon the most exter.5ie jewelry robbety
ever perp'trati-d In this country.
Diamonds and other precious stones
valued at about KW00O were stolen on
June 21, and. It it believed, from the New
port residence of a v ell-Known New York
f.irnll). whose name is withheld.
For a week past notification of the rob-
b-ry has been quietly given to pawn-
brokors auu diamon 1 dealers? throughout
the country in order that no opportunty
should be offered for the disposition of
tho property. This has taken the form
of a printed circular, which reads:
"The following described jewels are
missing since June 2. 14:
"Oiih ladj's pearl collar or neck
piece, frequently described asi a "dog
collar," with diamond clasp; poarl
In center of clar; ulu-il at SZdtfQ
"Ono npe of twent-Ue white and six
black, large pearls, with black parl clasp;
dl imond rondels between them.
"One rope of seventy-seven large pearls,
graduated In Bite; seventy-sir rondels be
tween pearls, with a solltilre pearl c'asp.
"One cabochon ruby and diamond brace
let. Ave ruble5. about three or four kar
ats each. Made by Tiffany. Paris.
"One cabochon emerald ring, four or five
karats, email diamonds on both sides of
gold band.
"A suitable lewaid is offered by the
owner for the recovery of the above de
scribed jewels or for information leading
to their recovery.
"Chief" of Police are requested to Inform
w holt bale and retail jeweler dealers in
precious stores, pav.-nbrokers and pur
chasers of unredeemed pi'dKes In their re
spective cities that an cffoit may be made
to rlipose of these Jewels) in their original
settings or removed therefrom.
REGULAR EVTBXTri-tCenUnued).
Radiophone trrtniTnlssnion of bust calls. Elactriclty bldg.
Iilograph exhibition, naval exhibit. Government building.
Queen's jubilee pr.er.ents on view. Congress building.
Heliograph demonstrations. Government building.
snthroDometric demonstrations. Anthropology building,
lo.: p in Icorrole. Xagrlto and Mora dais. Model School, Philip
pines. Demonstration, model dry dock. Government building.
Drill seaccajrt runs. GovarT.mnt Hill.
Blocraph r-dilblllcns. Interior Deportment. Govt. bldg.
Lt.M a in -claraes of blind and deaf. Education building.
Vlfojan Tbater. hourly programme. Philippines.
Wlrtlru telegraph demonstrations. Government building.
Cascadea In operation.
Fancy shooting, r&nge west of Forestry building.
H.T p iii Itadium exhibition. Interior Department, Govt. bldg.
12 W noon-MIIklng ani feeding cos. dairy test. Dairy Barns.
lap. m Concert. Gcvarnrrent Indian Band. Indian School.
Claa'rs of blind and deaf. Education building.
Hourly milk tests Palace of Education.
Teachlrg English by phonograph. Guild Hall. Model it.
ZM p n.. Blograph vl'v.a of CaL. San Franclseo bldg. Model at.
Das Deutsche Ha la open.
Cascades In operation.
::J p. m Drill U. S. Life Savers. laics north of Palac of Afrt.
3.v p. m. Fincy ahootlng. range et of Forestry building.
Heliograph demonstration. Government building.
Itadium exhibit. Interior Department, Government bldg.
Feedlnr of birds. Government Bird Cage.
spear throwlrg. lgorrots Village, Philippine!.
Demonstration, flistUng dry dock. Government building.
3 p. in. Dress parade. V. !. Marines, Plaxa St. Loula.
'A p. m. Blcsjraph v lew of CaL, San Francisco building. Mod"I at.
Wireless telegraph demonstration. Government building.
Missionary praer service. Woman's Anchorage,
Drill. IT. H. Hospital Corps. Camp near Parade entrance.
Programme by Indian pupils, porch. Indian School.
Feeding- of seals. Government Fisheries pavilion.
J0 p. m. Feeding birds an4 game. Missouri Outdoor Exhibit.
Drill, eacoaat gun Government Hill.
Rifle drill and vail scaling. Scouts, Philippines
5 00 p. m. Dress parade and rifle drill. Constabulary. Philippines.
Cascadea In operation.
00 p. m. Blograph v lews of CaL. San Francisco building. Model at,
:I5p m Dress parade and review. Scouts. Philippines.
l()i.n Milking and feeding cows, dairy test. Dairy Barns.
Concert. Conatabulary Band. Philippines.
".0 p. m. Illumination of grounds and buildings. -I
tM p. m Cascades In operation.
JOSEPH LEITER
SELLS ZEIGLER
COAL ROLDINGS
Franklin County Lands, In
cluding Coliiery, Are Trans
ferred to Company Cap
italized at Millions.
CONSIDERATION IS $498500.
Mining Magnate Supposed to
Own Majority of 8tock in New
Corporation, and Familj
Is Interested,
LABOR CRISIS APPROACHES.
Strike-Breaker to Be Taken to
the Pits From East St. Lorn
Under Heavy Guard Many;
iWant to Desert Stockade, i
REPUBLIC STECIAL.
Carbondale. HL. Aug. ?. "A change fcs
the ownership of tha great Zelgler colliery
Is announced, and tha deeds bavo just
bien Died for record.
Two deeds were recrolred to make th
transfer on signed by Mary and Joseph,
executors of the will of Levi Lelter, and
the grantors to the second, the widow of
Levi Leitsr, the children (excepting Lady
Curzon, Vicereine of India), and Seymou
Morris, trustees of the Lelter estate.
The two deeds convey 7.600 acres of Ian8
J In Franklin County, Including the town of
Zelgler, for a consideration of SC8.S0O. ta
the Zelgler Coal Company, a corporatloo
chartered In Delaware a few months ago
with a capital of several millions.
The consideration lepresents that part
of the property which can be conveyed
legally without Infringing on any c-f th
provisions of -the aider Letter's wlUi,
It l'c!anM?J Joseph Lelter owns W pe''
cent of the stock of the Zieglar Coal Com
pany, and Mary Lelter a Iargs block.
To-day has been one of intense anxiety,
owing to the positive knowledge that an
Important crisis was at hand.
Twenty armed guards from Zlegler are
In East Sc Louis, waiting to convey other
strike-breakers. Tha plant will begin op
erations to-morrow.
Yesterday a. Stats official of the miners
visited Zlegler in disguise, and. reports
many men desiring to leave the town If
possible. If the pending crisis Is passed
without bloodshed, the backbone ot th
contest Is broken, but If violence Is re
sorted to, the end 1 not In sight.
RELATIVES WATCH VEST'S
LIFE SLOWLY EBB AWAY.
All of the Family Gathered at the)
Iledslde, and the End Is bat
Few Hoar OS. J
REPUBLIC B FECIAL.
Bweet Springs, Mo., Aug. 7. At 11 J
o'clock to-night Senator Vest's condition
is very critical. Ho Is at death's door, and
It Is only a question of a few hours until
tha Missouri statesman will pass away.
It Is nearly lmpoislble to say whether lie
Is conscious; as he cannot speak or re
spond to any question. He cannot take
any nourishment. He is not, however.
suffering any pain.
Doctor Jarrls. the family physician, is
at the bedside, as are also his son and
daughter and all near relatives. It is
thought that th Senator cannot last
through the night.
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