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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. 'AUGUST 12. 1004.
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.
iiusixess.
Ycsterdaj's; bank clearinBH'were-'SS.dOO,
S10 and balances $S9!.5ia. Ical discount,
rates, were between 1'J and C per cent. -Do-in.
stic exchange aza quoted as follows:
Norn York iZo premium bid1, ZZc premium
tiKf d: Chicago ."k: discount bid,par asked;
Cincinnati. I.oulsvlllo and New- Orleans
0e discount bid, pjr asked.
Wheat closed higher at Jl.00USl.Wi
;skod Sept.; Jigi.Ol'i No. 2 'rr-d. Corn
OTo-x d higher at K'ic bid Sept.: r.lo No. 2
(jttvod Oals d'eved at 31c Sept.; r,lSC3c No.
gSJJicd. '
Spot rolton nas unchanged in the local
market.
UAH IN Tllir FAR KAST.
f Kubian cruirers seek refuge at
lvaiochau. a German ort. having eluded
th" Japanese fleet.
Tho Itus-Inn destrojer which nas di
mantlel at Chcfoo has been seized ar.C
toned away bv Japanese.
Vladivostok has made much prcpnri
tlon to receive .dmiral Wlthocft's squad
rnn If It menage's to escape destruction or
capture by tho Japanese.
Sr Petersburg Is much eoncerrod over
tho possibility that General Kuropatkln
is III bo compelled to give battle.
ICAI. AND SriU'KUAN
A JuiT yesterday deel ired Henry Mcnko
of Ferguson to bo of niuml mind and
capable of handling his estate.
The Kxposition Company won three more
delinquent c.ie-.
The funcrat of Senator Vest was marked
nywimpllrit).
Visiting autolsts railed on Major 'Wells.
Jluilding Commissioner Ilritnburgcr re
vokes the liceji-c3 on ten half-iinished
liartmer avenue houre".
Now It is the pygmies at the World's
Pair who would viit the great white kins
nt Washington. They feel slighted that
they have not been invited to accept presi
dential hoppltalitj.
if teen hundred persons from California
will orrivo at tho World's Pair Monday.
Tlio Coroner's jury held the rnotorman.
J j. C. Scrivener, culpably negligent for
tho accident in which two women were,
killed at Alta Vista station Wed.nesdai
night, deolarinsr that the officials also
were responsible.
Tlnter L. H. E. Hardt and Pauline Koch,
who met at the Chicago Fair, were mar
ried by Justice Carroll.
Working on a clew furnished by the
identification of a Panama hat found near
tho scene, the police hope soon to arrest
the murderer of Private Wutchman Mohr.
To-day ia Automobile Day at the
World's I"air, and will be celebrated with
great pomp by tho visiting and St. Louis
autolats.
GENTJRAX. DOMESTIC.
A New- York business man, who has ol-v.-ays
voted the republican ticket, has
nnnounceO for Parker on tho ground that
Itoosovelt is unsafe and would jeopardize
tlw biif!nes3 Interests of tne country.
A bet of Wj on Itoosovelt to 200 on
Tarker -was made yesterdaj in New York.
J. E. Heinger. former president of a
Kansas City lumber company bearing his
name, was arrested in South Haven.
Mich . on tho charge of embezzling $13,000
belonging to the company.
Isaac Gravelle, a noted bandit, "scapes
from jail at Helena. Mont, after shooting
a. Deputy Sheriff, and flnallj. hemmed In
by a po commits suiciJe in the base
ment of tho Governor's residence.
It Is now believed that the bodies of
cveral victims of the Eden. Colo., wreck
were lost in tho quicksand.
The Coroner of New York decides to
hold an inquest into the cause of thedcath
of Miss Dolbler. worth tl.WfiW, who-leaped
from a window at the Waldorf -Astor
July 3.
The steamship Dubuque at Its launching
will have two sponsors Instead of one.
September wheat makes a new high rec
ord, both at Chicago and New York. Sep
tember wheat passes the dollar mark in
St. Louis.
Moro nonunion men are taken into Zclg
lr, and it Is probable that a large con
tingent will be imported to-day.
The injunction against the miners at
Zcigler will be argued at Sprlnglield. Ill
Monday.
Twenty thousand acres of coal lands ia
Ilandolph County have been leased by
New York and St. LoUs capitalists.
Hoke Smith, in a speech in Brooklyn.'
yr the people arc tired of P.oosevelt for
President and want ome safe man in his
place.
The P.everend Thomas S. Leland of Vic
tor. Colo, refuses to obey the warning of
the masked men who told him to leave the
district because ho denounced the depu
tation of miners.
night men aro drowned by the sudden
flooding of a gold mine at Gold Hill
N. C.
The vanguard of distinguished foreign
reientists who will attend the Internation
al congress In St. Louis begins to arrive in
New York.
Chairman Taggart expects to open the
headquarters of the National Democratic
Committea in New York Saturday.
It Is probable that Governor Ia Follette
of Wisconsin will conduct his campaign
for re-election in an automobile.
SPORTING.
Boston beats the Erowns in slugging
match by score of J2 to 5.
An offer-was made by W. J. Arkell of
New York to purchase the Union Jockey
Club plant for 20,000.
Two-year-olds are asked to cover seven
furlong route at Fair Grounds.
Cardinals dereat Superbas in longest
game of season by score of 4 to 2.
Old Stone won his race at tho Fair
Grpinds yesterday, other winners were:
Colonel Preston, Doo Skin. Erla Lee, Vclos
and Light Opera.
Andy Daly won from Lou Curley last
evening at the West End Club.
Marine Intelligence.
New York. Aug. 11. Sailed: Grosser
Kurfurst. Bremen via Plvmouth and Cher
bourg; La Gascogne. Havre; Numldian,
Glasgow via Liverpool.
Liverpool. Aug. 10. Arrived: Ivcrnla,
Boston; 11th. Teutonic. New York.
London. Aug. 10. Arrived: Lancastrian,
Boston.
Cherbourg. Aug. 11. Arrived: Deulsch
land. New York via Plymouth for Ham
burg: Aug. 11. Bremen. New York via
Plymouth for Bremen.
Marseilles, Aug. 9 Arrived: Patrla, New
York.
Stettin, Aug. 9 Arrived: Willehad. New
York via Chrlstiania and Copenhagen.
Glasgow. Aug. 10. Arrived: Carthagian,
Philadelphia via St. John's.' Newfound
land. Queenstown, Aug. 10. Sailed: Noordland.
Philadelphia.
Brisbane. Aug. 10. Sailed: Mauka. Van
couver. British Columbia.
Fayal, .Aug. 11. Arrived: Neapolitan
Prince, New York for Naples and Pa
lermo. Hamburg, Aug. "10Arrivcd: Deutsch
land. New York via Plymouth and Cher
bourg. V j ; ,
QueenstowTf Aug. 11. 'Sailed: Oceanic,
Liverpool for NcwY,ork. ,
I'Icniicd With Great Orgnn.
S. Arthur Gibson at Festival Hall jes
terday morning plajed o an audience of
about 3.000 persons'. A'fter his recital Mr.
Gibson said: "The organ Is superb. Fif
teen years ago if would have been an im
possibility. Tho voicing Is the best and
leprcsents al cchools, English. French,
German, etc Its mcclvar.ical appointments
:-re perfect. It is marvelous that this
great organ can be mastered by fifteen
unuicv aiuuj.
EXPECT TO ARREST
S
Polite SociiiP Tangible Cl v
Identity of Shiver of Private
Watrliiuan Molir.
to
HAT IS FOUND NEAR SCENE.
Delcctivcs Scouring Ciiy for
Owner Sr.speet IJeleaeii Aft
er Investigation Inqiior t
He Held To-Dav.
lo
With the diicowry and ident'ueatmn f
a hat. found In the rear of the building at
No. 2j12 line street, and supposed to li.iv
been dropped by tho highwayman whit
killed Private Watchman William Molir
and wounded Special Oilie'er .Innu-s bjmli
Widnesday night, the police last night re
newed tho search for the ciniiiul with a
dt unite clew', they hole will lead to the ar
rest of the murdtrcr.
Developments in the sleuth work were
rapid and far-reaching vesterdav. Earl
In tht lriornlng the entire d.tec(jvo force
was detailed on the case, and a svstematlc,
city-unbracing investigation was begun.
Tho finding of the hat (shortly after tbe
murder near tho seen of the crime save
the detectives a targlblc clew to work on.
On the inside of the hjt. which Is a
cheap Panama, nro stamped tbe words
"Guaranteed, Genuine Panama," with th
name, "It Oard," in writing.
With the hat as a clew the detectives
worked, and at 3 o'clock the Panama was
identified by a man who gave the name
It. Oard, w ho w cnt to the Four Courts.
SUSPECT KELEASED.
With tho identification the work of the
detectives was greatly simpluled. List
night the detectives went to work with
renewed vigor, and the police hope for im
portant developments soon.
One nrrcst was made early yesterday
morning, less than tare," hours after the
murder, but tho suspect was released at 2
p. m. Tho person nrrested gave his name
as Edward M. 0'Sbields..who paid that he
was a waiter at a restaurant at No. 1737
Market street. He was held for investiga
tion at tho Central Police Station, but
when tho polico wero convinced that he
knew nothing of the clme he was re
leased. The arrest was made at tho corner
of Second and Spruce streets.
The inquest over the death of Private
Watchman Mohr will be held this morn
ing at 3 o'clock. The following names of
vitneses have been furnished to the Cor
oner: William Lonergan. No. 3JIJ Pine
street; W. M. Stevenson. No. DCJ9 line
street; B. T. Murphy. No. ZZS3 Pine street:
T I!. Wilson, No. .2SJ1 Pine street, and
A. B. Ewing. Jr.. No. KIT Pine street.
COAST TO OCEAN
LINE ORGANIZED
Charles M. Hay p:iceted Presi
dent of the Grand Trunk Pa
cific Canada's Xew Trans
continental Railroad.
Montreal, Aug. 10 The Giand Trunk
Pacific, Canada's new transcontinental
railway was organized to-dav. Chail"s
M. Hajs of the Grand Trunk Is president;
Frank W Morse of the Grand Trunk is
vice president. William Woinwright sec
ond vice president.
Tile directorate Is composed of C M
Hays, F. W. Morse, William Walnw right,
W. II. BIggar. Hugh. Allan. E. B.Greons
field. Montreal, Sir Charles Rivers-Wilson,
Lord Welley, Colonel rred Fircbrace. Al
fred W. Smitters John Allan Clutton
Erook. Lonion. EnsUnd; John S. Booth.
Ottawa. Ontario, John Bell, BelleUIle.
The presence or John B. Bocth, presi
dent ot the Canadi.i Atlantic, is taken to
mean that the Canada Atlantic will be ab
sorbed by the new transcontinental.
KR0MZA TO DIRECT CONCERTS
Austrian Composer Departs for
World's Fair.
RBPlTOLTC .TECIAL
New York. Aug. 10 Karl Kromza. mu
sical director to the Emperor of Au-trn,
will leave here to-morrow for St Louis,
whero he will direct the concert? of the
Exosltion band until the close of the
Fair He will then return to this city and
give a series of concerts at the Metro
politan Opera-house.
Mr. Kromza is a popular composer
whose marches, waltses and comic opera
f cores are plae-l all over Eumpe. His
eomlc opera. "Edelneis," is icrhaps the
best known of these.
At the recent jubileo of the Emperor ol
Austria his Kaiser march le-ceived the
prize over ISO other competitors.
He was born in Prague in b.w. He has
reorganized the bands of the Austrian
Army, and h.is bee-n director general of
the Austrian Army Musical Corps for
twenty-five jears.
INDORSE GARBAGE MEASURE.
Business Men Agree to Assist in
Securing Pa&sage of Hill.
Representative- of the Southwestern and
the Tenth Ward Business Men's league"
were present at tho meeting of the North
St. Louis Business Men's League at the
North St. Louis Turnv ereln. Twentieth and
Salisbury streets, last night, and requested
that the support ot the North St. Loul"
League le given them in their attempt
to secure the passage of the garbage bill.
A resolution was. accordingly, passed
pledging the support of the league In any
efforts being made to secure the immedi
ate passage of the bill.
Resolutions were also aelopted favoring
the Immediate passage of all ftrect-im-provtment
bills that are now before.the
City Council. Some of the, bills afTect
the North St. Loui streets, and the mem
bers of the league pledged themselves to
use every effort to secure prompt action
or. them.
VARDAMAN AVERTS LYNCHING.
Not to Protect Xegro, He Says,
but to Uphold the Law.
rtEPUBbic prnciAL.
Jackson. Miss . Aug. 1L Another lynch
ing has been prevented in Mississippi by
the quick action of Governor Vai daman.
Lee laulkner. a negro, charged with at
tempting assault, was placed in the Jack
son jail, to-day. Governeir Vardaman h.tv
ln,Sf ordered him removed from Batesvlllc.
which is near Hernando, the scene of his
crime, to prevent violence at the hands of
a mob.
"I have no sympathy for this fiend, nnd
he deserves the death of a ferocious wild
beast, but I have1 great respect for the
laws of Mississippi and my official oath,
and. so help me God. I shall uphold the
former ami keep the latter, regardless uf
the character of the person whoo riihts
are involved."
There Is great excitement In the jielgh
borhoewi of Miss Garj's home, and n lvnch
Ing would eloubtless have been the resu.t
It tho prisoner bad not Ikmmi nmmnl. He
i was captured a ftw dais aso in Arkansas.
1CCC tb , T J ji TETwM y?X I .VA. B' S b VINE STOClfl
BBUJNC -rrSy- 'VJVlrfrH &Vf 30'JA I
PARIS COSTUMERS
IN FASHION TRUST
Wholesale Copying of High
Priced Gowns Causes Combi
nation to L'rotqct 1'ntrous
Who Seek Exelujveness.
srri'i m, ni'cABu: to tuf m i.ri i; pn
I'LTLIC AND TlIK NEW OIK IIKKVLH
Tans. Aug. Id. (Copyright, 1JI ) All
the principal dressmakers of Par.s have
jclne-d in a trust of an altogether nw,
kind, nothing more nor less than a trust
"de l'ilegance "
The numbers of the new ccmblne in
clude such well-known names a1: Be-er,
Callot, IXiucct, DIenert. Paquin IjaTt
llcie. Iteeifcm, llouff and I: mdnitz.
Tor many Kea'-ons the German and Aus
tilan dressmakers have been buvlng the
best :nodIes of tli big IarK housK". tlf n
selling at reduced prices coplts cf these j
PUNCH POKES
. TILL
ALASKA AT THE FA IK.
rf odeLs 1 1 spoond-ratc houses al' over Eu
rope and Ani'nra.
As a reult. vhen liie genuine client of
a Paris dressmaker, had bought a high
clas original, it wa often merely to llnd
on returning home that the same model
had already been produced by wholesale.
Complaint wore frequent and wrathful
To off-et this tho trust has been formed.
As concern the autumn fashions, the
members of the new organization have
decided to show none of the nev. mod!
to.-foreign buyers before August 11. and
to deliver no model to the Coitlncntal
trade before September 13 American
buje-rs however, rra;. have tl.'ir models
one week eailler
Ope-ns NoelnlNt CiimpaiKii.
Thi Soculist campaign in St Louis was
opened list night at the St Louii Soci ller
Turr.vere.n. Thirteentn and .Monro- streets. Vie leaves a widow and siv children
P.en H.mfnrd of New- lorK, Socialist can- nv- bovs and a girl
lidate tor President, was the principal 1'uneral services will take place Sundav
Teeker Mr Harsfnrd was introduced bv , afurnoon from the family rcnelence. nnd
I' If Milkr of No 2211 Market street He '
vlewe-d the strike situation in (olornil
glvini: a eomplete hl-torv of the eight-hour
I v legislation in that Slvte He criticised
President Booscveit tor hI- action in con
nection with the strike anel condemned the
FUN AT KUROPATKIN'S PLIGHT.
PUKTHER NOTICE. Lou don I'uncL
-.Chicago Tribune.
I Republican administration gcrerally. Eu
jiar 1 I elib. t i lali't car.didite for
)-re-s!d- r.t wil 1-peak at th. Sociill-t picnic
at l'.iversi'le iMrk sHmdnv. sifptemor li.
Herman Greulieh. member of th- Swiss
I'arliamem and eif the Svvlss Iibor Com
mission, will also take part.
carondeleTmerchant dead
C. W. Mueller Was in
Business
Many Year.--.
C W. Muellvr. C3 years old, one of the
bcKt-knov. n buMnrss men in Carondclet.
d'ed al the Lutheran Hospital. Ohio anil
Potemi.ic avenues, jesterday morning of
bl iod poiseimng
Mi Muellt-r was at the time of his
deith the oldest merch-int in point of res
ielence in Cirondeie t Ho was proprietor
of th- C K Mueller grocery. Broadway
and ItoLert street, and lived in the huild
irg aeljeimng his place of business. He
was born in St Loui-j Count, being tbe
will 1 e in charge of the Independent Order
f Odd Pellows. of which order Mr. Muell
er was a prominent member. Interment
will be made in the Lutheran Cemetery.
Mr Mueller was a member of ti" Lgion
of Honor an dthe St. Louis Ceunty Turner-
ALL READY FOR
PHILIPPINE Oil
Aniihciui of Mauihi'n Fall K.
peeled 1 Pime ln- of 1 lit"--
J'.i" Feat ii it's.
NATIONAL CHARACTER COMING
Ileal P.iiade. AddieN-i-. Unle
arnt Oflii-ial lie-iii-elion of the
XatiM" "illa-- Included
in Pi ogi amine.
In --jieej.il cel-bration of Philippine
liaj to-morrow the World's Pair will not
cnlv --e on- of the gre etest gatherlnzs ef
niilit.irv men evr as--rmbbd out-ide- e,f
the nitioii's mpltal, but the greatest earri
vnl that a collection of tribal people have
eve- contributed fur th benefit of the civ
ilized we-rlel
The native Filipino imbued with the
id-a that tei-morrow is the big elay at the
Pair fur his country, and Impressed with
the fact that the form, r Governor of the
islands is to be present with great mllitar-,
leader?, has planned to let him--elt loo-e- in
,r.e continuous streak uf action and -trik-Insj
color.
IGORP.OTC EVENTS .
The head-hunt. rg Igorrotes, I.d bj Chief
Antuiiio. fret-hlv returned from an otlicnl
visit to the- Ires.dent at Washington, will
have war dancing all d. but v. ill adl
zest to the programme with si-ecial e--i1
1 t? "f spear-throwing, of orojd and
.in jumping, iim several tug-of-w.ir con
Jest" Atnletic competition is new to the
Igorrute but h'. renarkable phvsiquc I
evpected to show to .pt cial advantage in
the ttg of v.ar Several big stone rights
th" ham battle of the Jgorrole-. will be
given for the speeial hoior of the Secre
tary of War Tne gold-mining and copper
smelting exhibition or the- Su.vco Igorrotes
will be running all day. as. will the weav
ing e-vnlbltior.s bv- the women
In the N.grlto village will be tatoolng
bv means of bamboo needles; the hunting
pi i stuffed wild boar with srears .met
hows ami arrow.-, while the women beat
tile bl,-hes. the mnkimz nt rl-.. in v!t..n
e-f bamboo sticks, and festival "and war
l.ii'ce.". The Negrito bov, will show- Sec
retary Taft how the cm hit matche- at
.orty feet with bow and arrow, and the
men will give target conte-t.- with im
mense l)ws and arrows. The Negrito
marriage ceremony, where the prospective
bndegioom carries tbe bride up a steep
bamboo plane will be a feature.
AT MOP.O VILLAGE.
In the Moro village will be canoe races
between Samal Moro bojs and races be
tween large war vmtas manned by the
Sult.'n's warriors. There will ai.-o be
swimming race.--, diving for coins and wa
ter sport- by the bo.vs. The Moro-.Mi.ro or
frenzieel Monammedan spar dance will be
on all day and the Lanao Morns will have
a realistic sham battle with bolo knives.
Native concerts on strange Instruments
and Mohammedan dances bv- women and
children will be on all day". The Secre
tary of War's party will meet Datto Ka
cr.r.do. who has Just returned from his
call upon the President, nnd in the Lanao
Moro Viliagu will meet the six Sultans
Of the people who are even now- opposing
the United States arms In Mindanao Is
land. The Vlsaj an Village will offer the higher
tjpe nilplno of the middle class and about
'"w out of SCOrti) ln the Philippines.
The- weavintr of wonderful filler- l..rh-
bamboo hat making and wood carving- wili
hive special exhibitions all da', anil the
Visajan Theater will offer a s;?ci.il pro
gramme of newly acquirtd American
Flings ard dances
The parade it, scheduled to start at 10.7)
a. m trom the parade entrance, and after
being Joined by President Francis ami Et
position directors at the Administration
ruildln-r. Will be reviewed he- s.vr..!nn. e
War Taft. (Jeneral Chaffee nnd others at
ine c i-i-taiiuiary parade grounds. Philip
pine Exposition.
The programme of speeches starts at
lli. and at 12.SO the otllcial party will
visit the model Filipino school, where the
Visa an class v.ill be hi session, taught by
MI.-- Zamora. a native teacher, who ve
ieieia auureeej tne cnautauqua As
sembly at Lake Chautauqua. N. Y
Lieutenant General Aetna 1 Chaffee.
Chief of Staff: C. L. Humphrev, Quarter
master General. V. S. A., General Charles
King, note-d author and president of Na
tional Society of Armv of the Philippines.
Generals J. F. Bell. W. J. Smith. G S
Sammers. W S. Metcalf. S. I" Greene and
Bates, all leaders of Philipj-ine campaigns,
Brigadier General Frederick Funston.
captor of Agulr.aldo: Colonel Clarence It.
Edwards. Chief of the Bureau of Insular
Affairs. War Department. I S. A., will
h in the reviewing party with Secretary
of War Taft.
JERRY SIMPSON A CANDIDATE.
Sockles State.sman Wants to
Ifepre.sent 2sew Mexico.
RBPrHMC SPECIAL.
Bosewell. N M., Aug. 11. Jerry Simp
son of llosewell, N. M . has formally an
nounced his candidacy for Delegate to
Congre-s from New Mexico on the St.
Iy-uls platform. Kcpubhcans admit that
Simp-o.i. If nominated will be a winner.
He was born in New Brunswick, March
-I. Is4. ancl for twenty-three vears was a
ailor on the great lakes. In ltfs he became
a Kansas farmer. Ho was elected to the
Fiftj-stcond Congress bv- the Populi-ts
and was re-electeel to the Fifty-third and
Fifty-fttth consre-ses. He moved to New
Mr.lco in ISO.
He is a man of wonderful personahty
and has received the name of "Soekles-
Jrry." He is president of the Chamber
of Commerce of llosewell, and since re
siding here has been engaged in the im
migration business and in advertising the
Pc-cos Valley.
PHILIPPINE VETERANS
ARRIVING IN THE CITY.
Major General Wesley Merritt was the
first arrival of former Governors General
of tho Philippines to attend tho Philip
pine celebration, which will begin at the
World's Fair to-day. General Merritt is at
the Southern Hotel. Colonel Clarence It.
Hd words, ln charge of Insular affairs ot
the War Department, will come to St
Louis to-day. and will be the guest of
Captain W. II. Johnson, commanding the
Philippine Scouts. Arthur W. Fergus-on.
m charge of the Philippine Honorarv
Commission, will accompany Colonel Fef
wanls. Brigadier General .1 Franklin Bell and
Brigadier General Francis P. Greene have
arrived. Secretary W. H. Taft of the
War Department, first civil Governor eit
the Philippine Archipelago, will come to
ilay. While he is in St. Louis he will be
the guest of D. (. Nugent. Major General
Arthur MaeArthur. who sticcereded Major
General ElwcII S. Otis as Governor Gen
eral of the Philippines, will also arrive
to-d.y and stop at the Jefferson. General
Adna It. Chaffee is e-vpected. as is General
Charles A. King and other soldier? who
were conspicuous In the pacification of the
Philippines.
Rnecs nt llnldrn Fnlr.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Holi-n, Mo. Aug. 11 To-day proved a rfc-cni-breaKer
in the history of the Johnson Coun
ty Fair in point of attendance More than 12.fle)
people were present. The races re-ulted as fol
ions: Ftrai race. ;.2S trot. puree JWV-Mrs. l!rMst
won: Thimfl-ld. second: Monvirt. xhlrel. lt
tlirc : lie,.
second race. ; : pace, purse Jlv ifunni
Slrpe wen. Jean De IteFzke. -econd: Mercury,
tt.lrd.
Third race running, mile dah Frank Jons
won: In slia. second: Ii5t Luck, third. Vd
Ui.hop alo ran.
Fourth race, running, one-half mile and re
peat Cjruek eeon; ftubn G, seccrd; tioraM",
third
Fifth race, creen running race Sleepy Jlni
won: snvder Doc ses-ewl. ICeno. third. Little
Joe. Mldnlsht and I!irthe!iv uli ran.
Contract ami Hclcilsrs.
New York. Allir. It President Ilarr C. Pal
liam. president cf ts,e National Iyasu. to-dv
announced that the follow inir ee.ntracts and
release-e liaee tcn aporoeej. CtntrHCts. . ulth
etltsbiirc. Ernest ft. ulehl, Ifarry IJ c'fcwa
eiae. !Urr IX Mccormick. Jtcleafce. bv "m
etneati to Pittsburg), August 10. Barry E. Mc-Cumicx.
TWENTY MINUTES
FOR A DIVORCE
Mohammedan Hu'-liand Receives
Peciiiiiai.v lli-vvanl of ?l-iO and
Wife !i:e.s to J'h.'-L Lover.
Dive.re. prf. ee dings consummated in
1 v my jnni'i -. for w hle-h the tfortunato
1 usb-ii d rece ived .1 pecuniary halm of tlj.
i- the iner.-ilig lecord est.ibllshed by a
.Mohainni.dan ceremony that took place
on Hi- P.ke last uigbt
Iiieidintallv the -tore- of love was al-ino-t
made . i trcg.dv through the jealousv
o! the JiUibaM.' and the ardor f tne lover
The int ! -ted (Mrtie- are Per-jir.ns. the
1 usbanil and wife leing under contract
with a Pike -Low
The .ipp.u.inre of Kuld Adum. a I'er
sian. w'i two veirs age. 1. ft his native
c.nntry to mak his fortune in the- United
slates." w.i- the signal tor the renewal of
i love affair ir winch Hour!, the Persian
vife w.i- the central object for she and
Kalill liad been ib.ers before he; Ift
Per-i.-. Thinking tli.it she weiul.l never
see Kuhli ag-ii'i. Jlouri had marrie-d AIkIu
V.-hi ramiJ. vlth whom -he came to tni-
I eematry under contract with (jastoii
Kuhli who has been living in Chicago,
hcarini: that his former sweetheart was
in .-t I.e.uis. hurried at once to ihc L.x-i-.jsltic.ti
and e.n the streets of Mysterioi-.
A-.i the two lovers met last night. Thi
1 u-hai.d ma.'e a determined effort to rule
a knife through his rival, but was p"e
ventcd V. uilomat'c eonfercne" was held ana
n" b -s tha- twene minutes AH Bon
Mutro. tlie Mohimme-dan .-Tieik of thee
rolcnv. had severed the bonds that joined
bdu ami Iloun. Kuhli handed over 115)
in the- huslvr.d and Hnun's faco w.os cover-
.1 with a veil In which, according to
th custom- of her country she must
jas;, hftten days ..f CT-.iss-widow-hood be;
fe.re -he can marry Kuhli
In the me-antime Aixlu is selling Persian
rugs .md knicknaek-- on the streets or
Mysterious Asia, while across the street
frr"im him the lucky rival Is carrjmi on
i the same traei?
LUMBERMEN PLANNING
GREAT WEEK AT THE FAIR.
be -rrnty-rivr Tlioosnnd Vlsltom Axe
Eitpectfe! to Attenel Events
neg;lnnin7 September u
More than 73.0") visitors will be attract-
i cd to tl.e Eijcsltion during the week oC
September e. at which time tho largest
ccrgreg-ition of lumbermen ever brought
together will meet under the auspices of
Hoo IIoo
Not only th- mcml-ers of this unique or
der, who number I.!-.-?, are taking an in
terest in this week, but every branch of;
the lumber business will be represented.
The HoJe Df Hoo Hoo will lee the. head
quarters for the lumbermen, and it 13 ex
pected that the hospitality of those who
swear by the Tail of the Great Black Cat
will te taxed to the limit.
The Southwestern Association of Latn
ber. Sish and Door Salesmen will bo tho
1 first to meet, being called to order Tues
i day morning at 10 o'clock. Wedr.esdav
1 the Northwestern Association of Lumber.
J t'ash nnd Door Salesmen will meet. On
, the-- same day the general meeting of retail
lumber elealers from all parts of th Unit
ed State will begin their seiion. Thn
I welcoming and reelstering of guests nt
the House of Hoo Hoo will take place o;t
Thursday, and the Osirian Cloister, the.
higher branch of Hoo IIoo. wiU have a
business sefsIon, inltiary ceremonies and
a banquet.
The thirteenth IIoo Hoo annual meetimr
will be called to order by Snark Eel. M.
Vietrr.eier at JJ a. m. on FHdar, th
ninth dav of the ninth month. Addresses:
will te made bv- President Francis, Senloi
Hoo Hoo Trank N Snell of Malwaukee.
Doctor Tarlton II. Bean and J. A. Free
man of St. Louis. The week will close on
Monday with a trip to the pike.
v
Many Atte-nd IIoo IIoo Dance
The regular Thursday evening danceTttl
the House of Hoo IIoo took place last
night. Nearly 10 guests were present
and the ballroom was unable to contain
all wi-hing to dance. Admission was 6-j
The second concatenation to take place!
at the House of Hoo Hoo will be heldd
to-morrow night, when twenty new mem-1
bers will be Initiated. Tho initiation is tn
be 3 local affair, and the last to be heltl
before1. Lumberman's Week, wbicli begins
September i.
He Knnr the Instruments
Mr. Clancy, tho blacksmith. JiaiJ
sprained his wrist and went to tho doc
tor. Tho doctor started to tako down
bottle of fluid from- his cabinet, batj
founel the bottlo empty.
After a moment's search ho caHetl fori
Mi as-istant and said: "WIU you get msl
a couple of those phials from th eUoser.
upstair?"
"Files!" cried Mr. Clancy, In alarn.,
"Sure, if je're gom' to work at It wlel
tools can't ve take a smoother wan?"
Youth's Companion. i
Eelnentlon Spoils.
MrF. Mulgrcw: "Are ye goin" to slnd ycr
boy Tommy back to school this weeit"
Mrs. O'Dooley: "No. Indade; mo ambi
tion is to make an Aldhcrman of him.
phw in he grows up, an' if he got too much
eddication he'el le shpoiled for tho posi
tion intoirely." Minneapolis Times.
Oualitv doesn't only appl
to the worth of the fabrics
it's just as strongb" marked
in the workmanship, too.
Croak ready-to-wear clothes
are tailored right.
1J N now- the price of verr handsom
Itend?-tr-vTcar Suits in line eniallty
worsteds, gray tones now so much m
demand
Doubl. breasted serge coats OU ought
to have one at least Jia $5 and 15.50. .
Outing Trousers $?.?. Itcnrty tc Trcnr
Jl.istcafo(g
TI'.MII An OI.I1 n ST... S. E. con.
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AND
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IF YOU NEED GLASSES
la Exctuslrclr My Business.
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE.
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