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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, 'AUGUST 13. 1904. "";; Hi ! ; $22.90 BOSTON AND RETURN VIA "BIG FOUR'' Aug. 13 and 14, Rifurn Sept. 30 by Extension. Sfepover allowed at Niagara FalN, New York City and other points. Choice of Koutcs and cheap side trips. Ticket Offices, Broadway and Chestnut, Union Station. World's Fair Grounds. P BALLOON TRIP TO WASHINGTON George T. Tomlinson Will Make Trial Ascension at the Fair on Liberal Arts Day. August 117. An aerial race from SL LouU to V.'ash Inrton. 1). C. tsIU lie on of thf 1j!r features of "Llber.U Arts Day." Au-rust ZT G'ortte T 'roinllnion of Syracuj. N. Y., will ir-iI.- the ttm official trial for tlio IrIz- of lZ,'v) offered by the Uxjiositlon Company. Iha Lalloon. which will be used for tho rare li a new i115c tas with a ca pacity of :J.OJ0 cable feet. It will be kept on exhibition all Jay in the Plaza Orleans end at 5 o'clock In the evening will be cut loose for its lonj; flight. Mr. Tomlinson will ascend until n f.i vorabl current Is reached Mr. Tomlln Fon holds the record for the longest ama teur filcbt In the coountry. made nt 121ns liamton. X T., last ear. With ilr. Tomlinson wl'l ro one of the operators from the De I'ore't Wirele-- Telearaphy Station. As a balloon is con stantly at a sufficient hchrht for the dls JxitcJiine of wlrcle.-t mtis. It will be in asy matter for the aeronaut? to keep in close touch with the Fair ground. Kill letln-j from the aeronauts vvill bo posted erery hour on the exound. The balloon Tblll be stocked with pro (.Mons for at least twenty-four hours. The tie silk bag to bo fed Is now at the rtrwlrom In th Aeronautic Con-couf- and will be. arrdhed and mads aa nearly air tlKht as possible. The Committee on An-.mpements for IJberal Arts' I-iy Is determined that the jiubllc shtll witness a flUat of some kind nnd will hold an Trial exhibition riln o" t-Iilno. In case there la too much wind on for the bal oon trial, there will be an as f enston m an nlrhlD and If the airship which the committee haa in view Is not lcadv for a tlsht. thfro will be an a-sccnt of man-l.ejrlrjjr kites. .Mr7 -VVIUard A. Fmlth, Chief of the T)e rurtment of Transportitlon Exhibits, jes lenlay cabled to England to make nr ransements for brliiKin mnn-bearlii? Jilti a to the I'nlted States for participation In the nerlal feature, of Liberal Arts Day. ICeep Money Until Cured. Cancers, tumors, sores, Koltrn. rectal dis-oi-ei", hydrocele and varl;"cel. Dr. Een I. Tcmlln, No. 17M Chouteau avenue. I AGAIN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE. James Golden Tears Old Wound lii Insane Fit nnrtmiJC bpeciau Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 12. James Golden, tho stlf-confcssed murderer of Detective Jteedy of East St. Louis, mads another attempt to kill himself. lie tore the bandace from around his throat and. Inserting nls fingers In the old wound, tore It apart, lie was discovered In time to savo his life. It Is believed tho man Is Insane. NOTICE. Marrlars. soil Delta Notices Inserted In The Iirsubllo will be forwarded by tele- fl?h. XS .- OB. "f a" ot papers named below for simultaneous publication. without extra charge. If a request to do so accon-ranles the copy. Notlcea received iter midnight cannot b forwarded, how ever, until The next evening. Chlcaio Ree..HeraU. Buffalo Courir. pmT.SIS'1?"; Cincinnati I.nqu!rr. im,'.1 C Public Ledger. Boston Globe. t!i.ky.rK,,.P1'p,itch- iltlmor Herald. 110che.ter Herald. Washington Po.t. rJ?.1SMpol!;Tribun"- Providence Journal -Vu" Pt-Slnd- Kt. Paul pioneer press ra Cleveland Plain Deals! DEATHS. Tv7?nJ1i?I4fr0n .Thursday. August 1L ism SKer''S raE.rB: jo bt. leteTa Cemetery. JYtends lavltta. irATtTTTNO Entered Into rest on FrM.- .- lIENNEunnRT-On Auiruit li una ., a. No. 117 St. Loul. avena? Ea?,"?? .Bcomldt. Bt. Tatrlck'e Cnurc" toencJ ,d 'uLW'' ' Cometery. ilends nvlted to atti5S ' if"0'1 City and Henderson. Mian?, p.s'r.'pkaa? EncUL,E3-JOn Thursday. Auru,, , ft 3.31 1. m.. Jowphlne Hereulea S I'rtim b.Iojed wife of Albert Hercules. Brtera,?S"' 'if l'lne. it the age of 6) jears 1 SoStfcf 2fd dajs l-uneral Sunday. August lj at -f from family residence No. la Boiui A-Ri! to SS. Peter and Paul's Cemetery. wence MUiajLEB On Thursday. Aurust 11. JSM ,, e o'clock a. m . C. William Mueller bIt!,5 Juband of Mary Muller tnes Mat,. r.X cj Charles. CoraVwillliri Qeo?ge Anhu'aVA" iineral from famllr realdence. kVaaffi ilroad... on bunday. Auaust ii at " tC S, to Evangel cal Lutheria TCemtlery. R tn- PV&ISZPZPBJF3. August IJOi. S5'?v " .lc'.th?.rin? fachneszler (nee Nethi .I&SHV:MXu liners, win tak. Viae, t"tV. Ai!fiT lnilied to attend. "" reuuves n enuc, Fatu-day at 5 n Si ...,IJ Minerva 'i?ar1,n0aveSeffpopwU-A1 " i-tuaAaV.S!At iot "ziA: WAGONER UNDERTAKING CO., 11ST OLIVE ST. Day or Night. Offlcs. tocin 402 Uranit Lid. Ctiallo&a S2. AT CREVE COEUR Police, T Is Said, Uoliovc Hili- wayinan Who Ivillod John Jlohr Is a Gambler. CLAIMED TO BE AN OFFICER. Acquaintances Thought '"Hud Ithvno."' Named by Jury as Slayer of Private Watch man, Was Mentally Unbalanced. Althoush they know his mme, his haunts and his record, the po'Ice after forty-lRht hours' search h.T. e been tin abln to find In St. Ials tho man who Killed Private Wavhman John llohr on Pino street near Theresa arnuo "Wednes day ntsht. While chiefs of departments nalntaln si lence recardlnc the earch for the mur derer It was reported at the Four Court" s.pUrds.y afternoon that the b-l!ee b is a Crevo Coeur gambler, nnd tint search for him Is bclnc m ile at that 'e"crt Tho Coroner's Jurv jcstenlaj rnonilnc at the inquest oer 1'rivato Watchman Jlohr roturne.1 an open verdict oX homicide nnd charged a man known as "l!ud Uhjno" with th orlrno HAS SnVHRAI. AI.IASHS "Bud Ilhjne," who Is nUo known as Eurt nhne. ha.s seieral aliases, it is sa'd, ono of them being JlahoiRj. He was ar rested a short time ago for earn Ins con ceiled weapons and pretending to be an otHcer, and was fined 110. Many who know him think he Is rrcntally unbalanced. hn K. Oard idcntitied the hat -hlch th bighwaman dropiieil while maklnc his tncape. as told in jciterda's Itepublic. ho P tr-e pollco a complete dc'iiption of the man with whom he had tradul his hat for an umbrella. Tho trado took place In tho Dew Drop paloon. at No. 2330 Olive street, las Tues day night- The deal was witnessed b ileorg" Duffy, tho proprietor of the saloon, who knew Khyne. and gavo tho pollco his name Duffy was tho saloonkeeper who was held up at 3 o'clock cs!ordiy after noon, as told exclusively in The Itepublic, and te Is positive, it is said, that the man who held him up was Hlijne Duffy ilrst learned Jttune'f name. It was stated nt the Coroner's office jester di. through means of a letter that was left thre by a oung woman a fow weks ago. Tris letter was addressed to "liud Itjne," and the next day a man called for it, mylng It was Intended for him. Since then the man has been a frequent visitor at tho saloon. liiDS LANDLADY rAtlEWELU For two weeks Ithjne has been room ing at No. 1513 Olha mreet, but when ho left there Thursday afternoon, after the Dew Droy saloon robbery, he told Mrs. Gulanano, the landlady that ho was go ing away for good, llo also asked h.r to refund to him part of tha rent ho had paid in advance, but this she refused to do Phyna waa also acquainted with Miss Ell a Adams, a waltrc-s at No. 1S05 Pine street. She has been closely interviewed by detectives but hap been una bio to glvo any Information as to his whereabouts. Sho mi 3 that sha knows littlo about his history, and said that tha last time she aaw him was Wednesday morning as bho was boardlrg a car to go to her work. At mo inquest jesteruay morning nine witnesses testified, tho most Important evidence being given by Ralph Oard, who Uvea at No. l!u6 Ollvo street, and by Georgo Duffy, of tho Dew Drop Saloon. Tho Jury waa composed of 1'hlIIp Schneldt of No. not Market street, C. F. Coin of 003 South Ninth street, M. P. J. Mitchell of No. 8025 Hickory street, John Lemberger of No 3021 Caroline street, John Dewey of No. 1101 Franklin avenue and J. D. Coffey of No. 1016 pine street. TJIE ctarm of bauty Is beautiful hair. Se- cure It with Tarlcer't Hair IlaJRam. Parker! Ginger Tonic cures Inwarrl pain. VISITORS AT SL LOUIS HOTELS J. A. Odell cf Cblcari Is Southern. a guest at tha Joe H. Oliver and Miss Berate Oliver of South Bend. Ind.. are at tha Planters. Mrs. F. C. BoKen and Mlsa Zoula Jackson of Cbroanchs, Tex., are at the Laclede. Ralph K!mcrly of Buffalo and J. F. Kea ran cf Chicago registered at tha Jeff arson ) terday afternoon. An arrival at the St. Nicholas yesterday was Charley Kllno of Cincinnati. Mr nnd Mrs. M. B. Plrer of WatrlfJe;-. Ok.. are staying at tha Lindell while UrUlcc the TaJr. Georce B Fox cf New Tork and F. N. Plant of Philadelphia are registered at tne St Nicholas. 0car r Miles of Fort Smith. Ark.. Is at the Planters. F. O. Geary of Honolulu la at tha LlndelL I. C. Fields of Albany. la., and William H. tVIgmaa of New Tork are startni; at tha Laclede. Doctor XV. H. Olfferd and Catherine aiffDrd of Clv eland are at the Jeffereon. Bllasonrlana In Jicvr Tork. RSPUBLIC SPECIAL. New York, Aug. 12. Among the arrivals at the hotels here to-day were tho follow ing from Missouri: St. Louis Doctor Itleloff, Mrs. E. C Moore, J. Blejer and Mrs Blerer. W C. StelRer and Mrs btelxer. W. B. Wells. Manhattan: Mrs T. W. Walker, L. H. Pierce and Mrs 1'lerre. Waldorf: W. C Waxgoner. S K. Waggoner. New Amsterdam; C. J. Leppert and Mrs Lep pert. Ules L. D Leppert. P. 11 Dowllng and Mrs. Dowllnir. Tork: Mrs J. G. Chapman. Holland : Doctor fccharff, Holfrran; p. II Glv ens. Fifth Avenue. L. W. A. Mills. Imperial; A. Matbes. Herald Bquare; C Probst, Belve dere: U. B. Qub, Broadway Central: B. Knight, Albert B. A. Douglaaa, Park Avenue: o I btoae Netherland; D. Wolfn.r and Mra Wolf ner, Wellington: M. M. Post, Grand Union; Mm Hutchinson, Normandle; J. J. Cogan, Gllaey MUuea Lee, Albemarle; T. Mask and Mr Mask. Astor. Kansas City Mrs. T. Gillespie. TV. A. Laid law and Mrs. Laialaw. Fifth avenuaj H. K. Wade, Astor; J. O'Brl'n. Cadillac; Doctor D. Q. Wllaon, New Amsterdam. At Chicago Ilotela. REPUBLIC BPECIAL. Chicago. I1L, Aug. li. The St. Loula per on registerod at hotels hero to-day are as follows: Auditorium J. "". Allison, A. 8 Douglas, IL A. King, J.C Lincoln. N. B. Pierce, F. n. Lands. F. G. Wallace. Briers IL Baetie, E. IL Israel. C. L. Weatberwax. Bherman House C. A. Lent. Mrs. 8. Call. Mrt C. Bunvon. Palmer Houee J. If. Howelb S. a Kerr, W. B Morrison. IL a Itothjchlld. A. P. Robin son Wlndaor-Cllfton H. E. Birg. IL A. Morris, W. T. Wilton. Ilrevoort M. D. Chase, C N. Ford. W. L. Olds. Ictorla W. H. B.rry, E. E. Offott, Great Northern Mrs E. B Cockrell, W. O. Fry. G. A. llerlnga. Miss Kellar, J, a Ste vens . Kaisernor r. u. lump, m. ii mc. Grand Pacific Mrs. C a Adams, E. W. J. Majera, LInd. So Tired It may be from overwork, but the chances are its from an In active IUCD With a well conducted LIVER one can do mountains of labor without fatigue. It adds a hundred per cent to ones earning capacity. It can be kept In healthful action by, and only by Tutt'sPills TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. AMUSEMENTS. T- "" ' ii,'VVW'LrtfiVi-r I COL, ZACK MULHiLL'S Congress of Rough Riders and ment will give war darccs. sM?tfcK DELMAR RACE TRACK JSWm The Greatest Rough Riding Spectacle Ever Presented. AD0LPH 70PPERWEIH, MISS LUCILLE MULHALL, Th c"let rated r!S thru o' Texas, .aid t Arrerlca's grrat'st hor-noman. -..Ill rcr U- tne irre.it-"t mark,rn.n In Anierlea, the v.11-1 cattl' and plv cr rrnrveloui utlns xcluliejy V. Irchetter ninmunltlon xliiMtlon ot lir trick l'Crae. Ilmmli ItlilliiK, llrmirlii, IIii1iik. 'I rick lloplnit. Trick lllillnar. UH1 nlll- ItldliiK. inlio Sifirl. Iloplue of !" Wild Inlllr, I'limoiii. Illilrrs of tin- Vrst. 'lli. isllil entile will tit liri.nitlit before tlie ouillence be fifri Jin :iffciiiiit sslll li- made to pen tliein. TRUST COMPANIES ILL BE MERGED Negotiations for Consolidation of Missouri and Lincoln Practi cally Completed. FLAN GOES TO DIRECTORS. Capital Stock of Combined Insti tutions to lie ?n,ono,ooo All Offirors Will Be Retained. Negcit! itlons for the consolidation of thi Missouri and Uncoln trust compa nies have reached tho point whero only tho approval of tho directors of tho re spective companies is needed to complete the deal. At a meeting of tho directors of tho Mis souri Trust Company this afternoon the terms of the conjlidatlnn, as ngred up-, on by the otricHls of the companies will be submitted and voted upon. A meeting of tho directors of tho Lin coln Trust Company will bo held within the next few dajs. and similar action will be taken. It U believed that the directors of both Institutions will vote in favor of tha con solidation, and that early next week tho Missouri-Lincoln Trust Company, as tho consolidated companies will be known, will open for business in the present quar ters of the Mi-tourl Trust Company, Sev enth and Ollvo streeU. The terms of tho agreement aro that tho combined Institutions shall have a capital stock of JJ,C"),C00. and that each stockholder of the Lincoln Trust Com pany, which Is capitalized at 12.000.000, shall receive $73 of tho new Missouri Lincoln Trust Company stock and JlJ In cash or iu equivalent. Tho directors of the combined compa nies shall not exceed twentv-live and shall bo selected from the directors of both. In this way it Is believed that the strongest members of the directorates will ba members of tho combined com panies. In order properly to care for the business of the combined institutions omclals of both companies will have Isltions in th consolidated compa nies, as well as all other emploes. August Schi.tfly. president of the MJs ?2ur,.TrU5t Company, will be president of the Missouri-Lincoln Trust and A. A. IJ vvocrhelde, president or tho Lincoln Trust tompany, will be vice president. HISTOHY OK THE COMPANIEa Tho Missouri Trust Company was es tablished iu 1S00 with n capital stock of J2.000.000. According to its statement is sued March 2S, 1S04. it has surplus and un divi;J;tl, profit's of K12.21071. and deposits of e.S'-91 In its liability column, while Its statement of resources Includes such items as: Cash orl hand and In banks and trust companies. J1.007.-IS1 93: stocks and bonds. JOT.607 75; loans. J3.1S6.42L Tho dividends of the Missouri Trust Companv were C Der cent, pavablc quar terly. AUETUSt SrMrtfU- la npaMnt n,l Joseph L, Hanley 13 trcaurer. The Lincoln Trust Company, which has offices at Seventh and Chestnut streets, was organized in 1534. with a cnnlri .t,wt of 12.00)000. According to a recent state ment. Its surplus and undivided profits amount to JI.751.S1. and Its total deposits to JI.741.4Sfi.36 It declares S per cent di vidends, ptjnble quarterly. A. A. I! Worheide i president and Charles Hamil ton Is secretary As will be noted, tho combined capital of the companies amounts to J4 000 000. nnd for this reason the arrangement, as stated, has been agreed upon for the com pensation of tho Lincoln Trust Company stockholders, by which the combined ntocfc of the companies mav be made J3 W)000. and that Jl.000,000 of the Missouri-Lincoln Trust Companv 's stock go to the stock holders of tho Lincoln Trust, who sur render their holdings and receive the stock and cash consideration, JS9 a share. Tho unusual acUvity of the stocks of both the Missouri and Lincoln tru3t companies for the last six month" has drawn nttention to the companies and served frequently to revive the rumor of a consolidation. Tho par value of the stocks or ootn companies Is J100. Lincoln Trust stock has been In demand at about T213. whlla Missouri Trust Is quoted at about 1129. In local financial circles the news of tho consolidation was well received, it being tho general opinion that the com bination of tho Institutions will have tho effect of centralizing tho business and eliminating competition, which may cause financial institutions to go too far afield for business. The Missouri Trust Company has re cently completed extensive improvements In Its quarters, which will glvo the of ficials of the Lincoln Trust omplo and comfortable office-room. Tha art preservative, has reached Its highest development In Sanltol Tooth Powder. 23 cents, at drueglsts. TWO PERSONS KILLED IN TEXARKANA WRECK. Cotton licit Pnaaeana-er Train Leaves the Hail, the Conohca Pit In. la a Heap. REPUBLIC SPECIAI Texarkana, Ark., Aug. 11 Cotton Belt passenger train No. 5, southbound, was wrecked at 1 o'clock this afternoon Just as It was enterlnc tho jards here. It -was two hours late, and Is said to have been making up time when the engine ran up on a defective rail or an open swltch. Tho engine, mall car, express and bag gage car and two passenger coaches were wrecked. Two Pullman sleepers alone remained on tho track. The train was In charge of Conductor Frank Kraemer, Engineer Bob White and Fireman Jim Youch. The engineer wai completely burled under the wreckage of the engine and tender, and when released waa found to be badly scalded and crushed. He died two hours later. rireman Youch waa also taken up ter ribly burned, but Is still alive. There Is little hope of his recovery. Both men have families and reside at Pine Bluff. A negro emploje of the company at Camden, who was In the baggage car en route to the company's hospital at Tyler, was also badly Injured and has since died. W. B. Holcombe, one of the mail clerks In charge of car, received a cut on tho head, but his injuries are not serious. Aotlce to the Public. The loss Wednesday of ono of the chari ty books of the Sisters of Mercy prompts a warning to the public to not recognize solicitations for charity unless the book Is presented by a sister of this order. Chief Geronlmo, now a prison er of war. the greatest war chief in America, the Pnited States Government pijlng out thou sands of dollars to capture him A bunch of lSbinkft Indians from the I'rlted Stats covern- Ropers RAILROAD EXCURSIONS. iri"Mw'VwVair iriririr"! nirarV-arwQx-r GRIFFIN EXCURSION ARCADIA, MO., Sunday, Aug, 14, 1904. SI.25-R0UND TRIP $1.25 StoDPlnc at Blvnarck. Iron Mrrwntaln. Mld rMbnvk Pilot Kn-b and Irf.nton. in both directions Tralrs l'ave Cnlon Matlon 3 20 a m returning anlv at fat Iviuls 10.W ji m Ttckt.. ilxth an Olive ft and excursion ognt. t'nlon Ftitlon nrd Towr Grov Washington. Mo . ncurlon. AucU't 51, ! 1. SCHOOLS. aSViaaaSafaa'Wta'alslAAAAAAs Military Academy Culver. Ind. (Lake Maxinkuckee) The most successit.1 bey's rreraratorv school In the West. Strong facutlv .Military equirment. second onl to West Point. New rarracksthis tall to acconmoJate 100 more bos. There has been a large waiting list and early application is advisable. Handsomely lllus.catatog on request. BISHOP ROBERTSON HALL fEDls-opaI) ..tablliihed .974. Uarllre and day eehool for girls; reop-.ns V 8ptember ii 104 Ah to -ITEK M.-1'FItmit. 16W-M1T Ovnpu.n avenue. St. Louis. Mo Ak for Prcfrtu. B Hosmer Hall &.& A Dny nntl Ilonrtllnc irltool for Iris. (Xll.ge prejaratlons a p.clalty. CertlMcata ad mits to b.st colleges, vv crld a ralr opportuni ties. Aitdresa . . . MlhS M MATHEWS Principal. MUH I lUtLLU men and glrla. 6Tlh j.ar b?Tnbep" "acuity of Ad-"';" lA ' of D.partrr.nts for English. Classics and Contl rental Languanes. Scl.n-e. Music. ArC etc. Jlna Colt Links. Basket-Itoll l-I'ld- APf1 "": w ajpllcanta on malting list bu,L'iVa a au MI II N HASKELL. CPHIN1RY Princltal Gmlfr.j. Ill JEWIIlTIl Is CHEWV CHASE School for OirU. nViai5Sor?bt. WASIIINOTOV D C General and Collece Preparatory CoaTm Ideal location facing Hock Creek Park. Frt-nch th language of the house Tennis. Basket Ball and all outdoor sports Citalogu Mile L. M HOUI.ION'T. Principal. IIALTIVIOHE, Mil., 140S PARK AVE. WILFORD HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Ortlfcati artmlts tn Vaasar an- cthr Iiullnic colleges Itenlar and CIcctUe Courses MuIc, Art, Outdoor Came-, Gmnasium Only trained teachers Twentj-seenth ear opens Septera ler 27 A'ldrcs 3ini. U'AM.KIl n, IILXIaOCK. Principal Virginia Female Institute Mann ton, Virginia. College Preparatory School for Girls, taoctted In the farmus Valley of Vlrclnta. Academic CGure cogent four years Superior adanta(ces for special students in MqrIc. Art and Elocu tion GjmrarMum. Ampl Krounds fo- outdo r pot The Cist eir of the school begins Sept. li. 1M. I-or cataloffue addree Miss MARIA 1'1-NriL.ETON PUVAT Principal, Succ-pr to Mrs J. K H STUART KIRKWOOD MILITARY ACADEMY. Kirk wood. Mo. Kntera upon Ha 23d year Ha.pti-T.ber U. l& Select, limited, thorough. Tlthin eaar reach of World's Fair. For terms or.i particulars, address Cot Edw. A. llalcht. 10 DAYS AT WORLD'S FAIR. NO EXPENSE BBT ENTNANCE FEES. KIIOEGER, Piano. TOWEHS SHEFFIELD. Voice. Violin. Organ, Art. Elocution. Send for Catalog FOREST PARK UNIVERSITY, THE WORLD'S FAIR COLLEGE. ANNA aNbED CMRNS. Prest.. St. Louis. Mo. 31T. ST. AGNE9 COI.LKGE FOR lOLWO AOME. Claxilcal. Scientific and Commercial Courses Specially oTKinUed deiartments of Music and Art. Also Academic and 1'repara.tory bchool MT. USHIUTO. SKMIAIIY FOR HOS lDEH 13 YKAR9. Prlraary, Preparatory and Academic Course. Preparation for College. Address SISTERS or MERCY, ML Washington, Baltimore County, Mar land. Accwslbl by steam or trolley cars WARD SEMINARY FTv,,,.. 40th jcar. Faculty 30. p.mlnary and Special Courses. College preparation. Boardlra; pupils limited to 140 An Ideal christian home. Com- flcte appolitmcnts For catalogue address J. ' TIUNTOV T.L I Prp.H.nt Piles JJ1RS.TH0RNT0 NO MONEY TILL CUBED StU lor Free 2 I2-Para Ba.lt oa Rac Rac-I ial instate!, uaaiaauea rrt. THORNTON MINOR. 3S69 Olrre St.. Si. DOCTOR LOVE'S DAUGHTER IS TO GO ON THE STAGE. Sirs. Delphlne Borne, Formerly of St. Lonla, Accept Eaaraarement in Comlo Opens. REPurxic srEcixr. New York, Aug. 12. Mrs. Delphlne Love-Cohn-Hime, daughter of Doctor I. N. Love, who dropped dead while lecturing to the passenger on an Atlantic liner on his return from Eurnn. n vfr mm jryA nt Mrs. Love, who is now salng the beautiful and wealthy society woman. Mrs. George Law, for uerv lets rendered by her husband, la to go on the stage, bhe has accepted an engagement as a show ulrl In 'The Isle of Spice." a mus.c comedy, which will open at the Majestic Theater August 23. Mrs. Hume has had two romantic matri monial experiences. She was ambitious as a girl to ko on the stage, and to accom-l-'lsrt her purpose eloped with Charles U. Colin, going to Jeftersonvillc. Ind., where they were married. St. Louis, which was Miss Love's home at that time, was very much surprised to hear that one of the prettiest girls had married In such ro mantic fashion. Doctor Love waa not pleased with the action of his daughter. He went to Louis ville at once and brought his daughter home with him. Divorce proceedings fol lowed and the young couple who had mar ried in such haste were separated. Miss Love said of her marriage at that time: "Yes, I married Mr. Cohn. but It was a girlish whim. I now regret the step. I alwavs wanted to become an actress and foolishly listened to him. He promised to put me on the stage and I believed him." When Doctor Love left St. Louis for New York ho brought his family with him. Last December sho was married to W. Hector Hume of this city. Mr. Hume is the manager of the medical magazine which Doctor Love edited and published. tVrlitlit County Iteanlte. UnPUBLIC SPECIAL. Mountain Grove. Mo . Aug. 12. Partial returns from the Republican primary he.d In Wright County to-day indicate the fol lowing Republican nominees: neprcentc tive. C. A. Newton; Sheriff. J. B. Hens Icy: Collector. John A. Dennis: Assessor. J. M. Huts. 11: Prosecuting Attorney. C. . iwowaras: xreasurer, iu. l,. cms; sur veyor. M. H. Wil.lams: Coroner. L. T. Vannoy; Judges of the North and South Districts in doubt. fu iVer AMUSEMENTS ON THE PIKE. BATTLE OF SANTIAGO Tlirlllln? reprMuf tlon of the vorM's rrMt fanvJ Littl Tivntr-eifTrt miniature stel Ic.ttl'ihip. torpido mil jutin.riri boats In action, 1 nrl-l-Sre raval run; th actual blowing up .rrf rlnKI-jy .t tl- pmlth esseli. capture of th rolo i by the Oreajon. ra mou- Crffck r.rp fountain. vo fet hlt-h Mu-I i. Marin Haiti aumir-io.v. ixcj,uiim; i:Ei?Knvi;i) si:at&, &c chilxjiien half X'Rxen. Grand Daylight Fireworks Display rprforuiiincm, 4:00, OlOil, NAVAL SHOW MEET ME AT THE Tim ATTIIVfTION Til T HAS MIT1R TIIK TAin TRIP BY RAIL THROUGH PICTURESQUE MOUNTAINS, FINEST SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA IN AMERICA 100 PIECES.I M1IIC GROTTO Mil 8iii.ii of Hiw Tort us Rlcoiri Hostirier of THiai. Coiootlort. """ Bnw ' v ?us- II The Great Luciiow-Faust Restaurant. MONDAY-K ARL KOMZAK 8SEvATE?sNTAci?t8V8oR. AMUSEMENTS. fSlls'V&it BOER WAR TOO British and Boir Vatirans, Raprodueing 3 Famius Baitlis. Camp Keetptlon by EENEKA18 CRONJE and VIU0IR Afttr lach Ptrformtnc. ."SOT 0 Till: I'lKE-Sonlh of FerrM Wheel. Special Intramnrnl Station Admln.lonm Uleacbera, SS Cental Cranil stand, SO Cental Iloxes, f l.OO. SCHOOLS. terfiiliili' Kentucky Military Institute v.im.lfrllMi. Chartared i) Bapttmber 1 Jvh. aim. to acnre qaallty In Its cadela rattier than mere number; to train the Individual ralh.r than to rnaka a dlaplay with th who. Macnlflcent couutry location, where a iy ll free trom the ordinary forma of temptation. " ucr. FlD.atblatlc tlelda. lake, symaaalum. Oce kxto L4JKkftatJ FOWLEKHALL For Younger Boys A HARDIN COLLEGE Kr.KifltKriH.hV.'l ct;paFra.rr;)!p'',rjijf LIBERTY LADIES' COLLEGE I alio fV.i Kniii ItT Ll.1 1 tlt, SCIL.ML", ABT: Bcantir.il mad healtbfal I tut y BpccUlly aad C.rA American Mozart Conservatory ClaarterM fcj tlv tit.. rrof.pori CTJd.tiwItli BKUL1, Ll Xll'ZIC, LONDON, yxtti itUMi CENTRAL COLLEGE ' r.:rotaVf lr'ct. Tiriliit ssriillralte! tiW Th IfBrUB).lif wrjtf tt!h Dirlt. Scbool'or AftaUft Cloi-il'ion oodac-f1 b t,vctrTut prv BoifI4 lllUftit ! tit B3!li3c!4eT& It.TMtift C-ulofu ALFBFD FRAKLl5 SX ITIf, ProMeat, Iexlsta. M. RUCBY St.Charles, M Iseourl. Oil; 16 milt From Worll't Fil'. SCHOOL OF tfw WENTWORTH la Uie Middle Weat, address ssslBsl sTslsl University Military CfcarterwilsM. Sew handtof In eleratM park of 0aeit.nir the uta UnlTemty. cottplels ennlpaianM. PeriODal lutwrnilon and InatrocUon for boyt orrr ten. character ll nrrt-rn character of th Chrlaeaa gMitle man Thelnstmrtorsand roarvt.approTedty the State fntren xr. farrnaa a thorough, preparation for Tale, lia-rard, U at 1 xJOX, cr toceu. COL. JOHN D. TLLCII. A. M PruiHpal, C.lajsMa, Ma. GENTRIL C0LLE8E Found 1837. ine education at mnl.rate co.t. Advanced cours tteam heat, electric llKht. Ample grounds. For Kemper Military School school for Mlaaoarl State University Army omcer aelallea by Bacretary c thtsscaaon. Forcataiocae.sddrsss Army officer detailed by (Secretary Keeley For LIQUOR DRINKING. M Karestsi Onsj Utlaaj, Rsaraatkeala, Ti g DR. J. E. BLAINE, V lire 2601-3-8 Locust St.. St. sssi' momc T.itrat.T roa SUMMER RESORTS. &li1UWrrtttirt0'rt ROYALPALACE ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. Most lSeantlfullv located on tha Atlantic Cbast: orn to Octer 1st. Sp?clal September rut. Under entirely cew management. Writ for booklet. Chat. B rrettyman. owner and prcprietcr. I man J. Watroot, manager. CHALFONTE ATLANTIC QTY, N.J. New; Complete; Ten Stories; Fireproof; Always Open. SEND FOK FOLDER. THE LEEDS COMPANY MUDLAVIA TMa rreat resort ori th year round. Com- Una reit. health and pleasure for your vaca tion. Only a few hours' rlda from St. LouU. near Attica. Ind , on Wabash Railroad. Na ture's greatest cure for Rheumatism. Gout, Kldrey. Skin. Bladder. Stomach and Nervous Diseases. Tor beautlful'y Illustrated maicailns and all Inforrratlon. address W T.. Kraratr, General Manayer. Kramer. Ind. 471. CHICAGO gtsn lOataUa turns 2ZO Hath Kmm WsfsaWMtkctl BEACH TssisilBC TftM TUmmml wrrvtsttlsss HOTEL lailaatassr TMBUBK plf M4TkMtr VMWIsrW gjgHrfi -KO. W. KCTXOLTM. Msk, CbJmm. t srM..ta af.au a IT..1 nl tar 7- i, "" ' ssi mm ! ataaaa ear. aamaaj f TABLETS They Indues restful sleep. Curs Stomach, Kidney. Llrcr and Hlodder Troubles, and pro dues PUmpness. Strength and Vitality. SOLD BT RAUOTEAU. DRUGGIST, or by mall. S1.C0, cr 3 boxes for 12 7a. Ssmpls packaco Tablets. 10 cents. AIro Nervan Laxa tlva l'llls. :3 cents. llacufsctured by The Srftnn Tuhlet Co.. Cincinnati. O. W1U.IA.M r. HOMES. H. J. DItJXNEITE. Pre.ldent. Secretary. UsTADUSlIED IN Ho. MtSSOLHI srTE JILTU4I. FIRE ASD MAJllF. IVMI1AVCE COMPANY. Of Hi e. No 717 Clieitnut U, SU Loulj. Mo. Tel. Hell Main JIMA. Tel. K!nKn A lc. I'ollcles are written on either stock or mutual plan. Henry C Haarstlck. 1. B. C. Lucas. M. R. Orths.in. D. D. Wslker? IVa. It. Homes Jss. V. Bell. B. C. Rost . dSH A NERVOUS p kI Fretful. Weak. fr V WSW Careworn F l P J Teopl and Brain- a y workers should us V 1 SATURDAY MATINEE. KiOO, 0:.tel nnd 10:11! I'. 31. WEST END OF PIKE TYROLEAN ALPS Icclutiag Bid oa SII4. N.i.s.,N.S Universally acknowledged to b" the Teature of the Pair. TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY, 3:30, 8:30 P. M. ri0Stit 1MT. Th'a nneold Boathtrn ichool ocera ItaSOth yar teachar to tra bora. A. It. cjradtiatea commtsaloiied I j the SU catalocoe. tj the State tlFO a yrar. SDd for Illuatrated catalocoe. Col. C W. FOWLER, SupL, Bex 1 6 Ljndan, Kentockj AND CONSERVATORY FOR LADIES sik 32d year. The College a Unlreralty trained faculty. German '5 American Conservatory, manned by .peclallsta. Hualo Profea- Knamm.l. For catalogue, addrens JOHN W. 3M.1AOX, Praa., S CoIUc Place, XKXIOO, KO, I .. loo. I'ltin-ninl tiffm. anTIskcat grtl fa truoacJ la I CUgs m4 LalTraItIeti T Awrlu al(.t b..-. of th- KOi AL CO.NEBTATOniM or ta... i;.w.r.airit Addrna Prr.ld.nt (. it. WILLI IMS Liberty, Xa. FOR YOUNG LADIES I Rtf T-ft Veua CoUtte fa tfi WC CaftiTlf dCT ef B A-. B.S ftDcl It L. ProcreMlv I tplrll. CnerTitrr f Si !. nntrr dirwtica cf D T.Connd.AJl, stita iitiTtii kiml orriu iriCUl IDTlITltE.l TECHNOLOGY nn.wuij. itntu 1IIITED TO Foni. Fir Cidlspi, He., lu'rit R T. OflODWTl, rrtildiit. MILITARY ACADEMY, Lexington, Ma Academy A HOME SCHOOL FOB M BOYS. Fayette, Mlasonrl. Under M. B. Church. South. James C. Morris, President. Co educatlonal. Well endowed and equipped. Offers best opportunities to obtain a genu fm In Science and Letters. Modern building., catalogue, addre.a Secretary of the Faculty. Founded 1M4 Racognlisal prapaimtorr and all leading collegi Complete bosloeta course. of War. 3.too apent In extensions and Improvements vat, T. A. Mutn, lapc, aUseiTUas, aft. MORPHINE Keeley PHysilclan ata Monogor Louis. IM fsesi, lesaatat IU tire rosacea - ajis NtueaavM.Mi. AMUSEMENTS. RACING AT Fair Grounds, Vandesenter Are. and Wataral tlrldce Road. Six Races Daily. Beginning- at 2i30 P. M. ADMISSION, licludiogGnidStini, 51.00. AUGUST SELLINI STAKES 8ATCRDAY, ACGCST 13. BASEBALL TO-DAY AMERICAN LEAGUE PARK, Grand and Salllvan. BROWNS vs. THE WORLD'S CHAMPION TEAM. Game Start at 3i30 I. Sf. SUBURBAN IARBEN Greater Vaad.rllle. 2 Shows Daily-6 Big Acts 6 3C-..J -r.Lfci.iu A a' tiUl,l.ai'9. SUNDAY EXCURSION ForAlton, Grafton and Illinois Rim, Riier Trip of 130 Miles. 50c Rood. Trip. The new steamer LORA leaves whsrfboat foot of Locust atrcetat 5 Jo a. m.: returna i.j p ta. n. . uivui.Asrti. Master. mTE11t.TJtm.AJXni1UTl The Pride of tha Fair and the Fair's Greatest Educator. Festival Parade liaily at tM O'CIock. See the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Mosque cf Omar. Diorama of tha Mount of Olives, the Jews Walllnc Wall, and the Via Dolorosa, Free Guide. Every 10 Minutes From PrlnclDsJ Gate. ADMISSION' ONLY t3c. VISIT the anedlsh Restaurant, dlreetlv iuth of Frrls wheel: get off Intramural station Nc. best eatlnrr and cheapest place on the gfwH' nne rroslc Do You Ever Up to camallcr tka pratent efficiency of the TELEQRAPH SERVICE cumpared with what It 9 was before the -POSTAL". entered the field? AUCTIONEERS. A. A. SELKIRK & GO., AVCTION AND STORAGE. Itetular sal. vry Saturday at Tarhouaei and cn.ral crSc. Ida :o-:2 Choutmu v.na. val.. In resldncca a spuria Ity. Phcne Klnloca r if7. 1808-10-12 CHOUTEAU AVE. iTIROAY SALE. Thl. day at M-3 o'clock, at our arhont. wilt aell t lara- ant varied collection 0 FIRMTIRK. r.nPKT9. STOVES. Ete. A. t.'ELKIWK A CO Anetlaneera. C WESTERN m IllflAt" -!' 9 t On Vedne.iIn nnd Thnnilar, Augnrt Si nnd -", nt 10 n. m., WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION At our Kalesrooms. V-f and K Washlns ton av" , i-t Iiouh, Mo . by order of Fir Underv.ritT, the entire salvage of tilO Scott Hardware Co., Paducafi, Ky., Wholesale d"alers In hardware, Inventoriad Value $50,000, Consisting principally of ?30,(VOO rrortli of CnrpenterV, Mai chlnlatV nnd Hlncl.mltbV Tools and Ilnllders llnrdrrnrc. SlfS.K)0 north of flonarf nrnlahlnar Cooda, Tali Ic nml l'ockt-t Cntlery. Spcrtlnff Cinod., etc. f.t,IOO worth of KiinmcIrrt.TIn, Gnl--rnnlaeil anil Hollow Ironware, Steel Hnntcea, Stove. Itrfrleerutora, etc. AH In most excellent condition. Btock on exhibition day before sale. SAMUEL GANS. Manager. WESTERN SALVAGE WRECKING AGENCY 1005 and 1007 tVashlrrton avenue, handlers ot Flra and Marino Ealvace. Watch for special notices. SAMCEL GAXS. Blanasrer. AMUSEMENTS. ODEOIM SSSftOT I0T01V TICKET OFFICE. Jiidit . Dolph's Drus Store. EU Olive. KIRALFY'S Louisiana Purchase Spectacle. (BETTER T1HS "AMERICA.") SPECIALTIES. FUEO V. IDWEn, it R:s Gmt HllllCll let The Muterlous RADIUS! DANCE. LA MORA Wonderful French Dancer. KIRALFY'S Acrobatic Pony Ballet. AUGUST PRICES. eO) ecod. first-floor fats. 60 cents. Other seats TX TL CO J1.C0. Ore Dollar Box Seats Ons Dollar. MATINEE TO-DAY 2:30. Prices: Ground floor. fVc; balcony. tSci Lox seats. H 00. OLYMPIC Ma.1, To-Dy ml 2 To-Nifht 8:15. WAY DOWN EAST prTcl: 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 n9, 111 E K. I J Mm Cool at Hit Oeua Mghtly at 8 -Sat. Mat. at 2. DW1D HELASCO PRESENTS J Blanche Bates m THE DARLiNI OF THE I0DS Prices from 25c to Sl.tVO. Good Iisrer Floor Seat 600. Seats now selling for next week. COLUMBIA. Sixth and St. Charles Streets. Electric Fans Cooler Than Outdoors, t All th'a week and nest Sunday. Continuous Vaudeville lao to to 30 Dallr. Mile Theresa Dorge- lllnes and Remlngtnw. val. Patrick O'Hnea. Wilson and Demon vine. Ftanler ard Wilson. Hoey -ind Lee. Jchn LeClalr, Charles Deland 4k Co. Patching Brothers. Hammond and Forras. ter. Dennett Sitters. J .Nut giii 15-50 60c Orcheatra Chalrn Reserred. 73a. Nlaht Prices Kc. S5c (oc. 75c, It 0. T1IE MERHT JTCSICAI. COMEDT. THE BURC0MASTER With Oscar K Flgman and M Others. Next Sunday Mat. Under 6oulhera Sktea. HAVLIN'S Tha Tkttc Watn You So (JtaSssi Soasra imr Uttlo Momor. Nlett Prices 13c. ?Sc. Iff MktltlM Tltl3V. Sc. JSc. (Oc No Higher. . nurwiav, aturaav. Kkflk I WHAT WOMEN WILL DO Sunday Matinee Next "At Crtppls Creek." STAN DARDtMuaiuii! THE BRIGADICR8 Presenting EDMOMJ nAYES su THE WISgl OCT. Smoking In Parquette. 89 EJaetllo Tins It. Next Week SAM DBVEREL flBIUf CflDfl TUClTCB-a - vnnnrunv int.nifcn u wttM Nlcht Prices. Ice. 2&! XSe mna goa. Tuu , Thurs and Sat. Matinee, Price So. AN OHPII'S PRtYER. A Master Story Beautifully Told. MJTTIB lie COfRSEY And an Alt'Star Sjpportlng Co. Next Wek "Shadows of the Oallows. i Louisiana MATINEES Notice Cbanso tn Wed . I'ri Sun. . Matlnco Days. Seats at Bollman's. Wed.. FrL, 25c. BOo. EVERY AFTERNOON AND NI6HT! Steeplechase. Fcenlc Hallway, Dog and Poay Circus. Dlvirr Itor-es. Wild Weat bhow. RIdlasT Ponies. Babv Ircubator Day In Alps and .a AMCSUMOT FEATURES SO W OPEN-AIR RKBTAURANT.-m FOREST HIGHLANDS PARK TBB BIO I'LACB ON THE HILL. ALL RHCOCMXn FEATLItE ACTS. KITAMURA'J IMPERIAL JAPS. TRES-- HLDRIDGC. THD STKIN-ERETTO FAMILY. BICKCI. AND WATSON. ED. F. REYNARD LOUISE BREHANT. WEST END HEIGHTS. Refined Vaudetitle and Dancing in tt Pa vilion after the prforT.anca free. Dally Hatl rce and nlffht performance, Josephine GaM nian and her TIcks; Carron A Herbert; Leo A Chapr"an; hedinla; Club Sullivan. Market, street cars direct: all lines transfar. Chout-au ave. cars fllrect Sundar. Finest Scen ic Hallway In the "World. MANNION'SPARK VAUDEVILLE ! $X-2 baud eoMCkxnrm ADMISSION TO RAHK NANA Of Chicago's World's Fslr fam". Thoufards view Scch orowsky's Masterpiece en tranced and enthralled. Now to bo t-en at ?H N. Broad. way. Lei. Olive and Pine, m. till 10 p. m. Admission 1", cents. -v-VJ- ,. t -- .