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THE .ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. AUGUST 16. 1904.
1 Hk f -to f En I J St 1 i1 If yo-ir i?1.ips hate an annoying hibit of slippln-: or falling off. hero li a remedy f.-r your troubles. Aloe's "Hhnr-on'' Li a dltinct Imprpvc inerit r.ior mythlng of U)! kind ever shown-lt holds the gUt'ri In exact iri-Itl-iii firmly and yet without any apparent prc3Ure; and. In addition tu its hoM-fjM quality. It ii the mot attractive eyeglass mountiiiR nude. ALOE'S, 513 Olive St. OPTICAL AUTHORITIES OF AMERICA. mfe'W Green or Black AS SHItVED AT THE WORLD'S FAIR WHOLESALE FROM G r. nLANKC CO. D. G. EVANS & CO. C. D. GREGG CO.. J. WSL POPE. VfJl. PCHOTTEN & CO.. SCUDUEIl-GAI.E CO.. STi:iN-V.'E.VDEH-STOKrnEGEN' CO., NASH SMITH CO INJUNCTION FILED AT NIGHT. Judge BIcvuls Issued Temporary Order in Patent Case. Circuit Judgo Blevlns Issued an order about 2 o'clock jestcrday morning at bis residence. No. 417 Washington boulevard, at the Instance of J. 13. Widen, citing "Reese U. Jones and his brother, Thomas W. Jones, to show cause to-morrow why they should not be restrained fronavsellicg a patent for oiling machinery. Widen financed the marketing of the patent and received Information last Sun day night that the .loneses were about to dlKpose of the patent, he states. He noti fied his attorney. It. I... McLaren, who called up Judge Blevlns by telephone about midnight. The Judge agreed to en tertain the matter, and McLaren tele phoned Chief Deputy Circuit Cleric John T. Fltzsimmon.s at his residence. No. 2712 St. Vincent avenue. McLaran then called for Mr. Fltzslm mons In a carriage and the two went to the Courthouse. An Injunction suit was filed, and the attorney was driven to Judge Blevina'3 home. After securing the order Deputy Sheriff Joseph Dickmann was hunted up and the papers were served. NOTICE. Munis? and Math Xotlcaa inserted ta The Republic will be forwarded by tele graph to any one cr all or the papers named below for simultaneous publication, without extra ibaige. It a request to do so accompanies tne cop. Notices received after mlonlght cannot be forwarded, bow1 e.er, until tbe next evening. Chicago Rec-Herald. UuCalo Courier. .ew iforic Times. Cincinnati Enquirer. Willa. labile Ledger. B&eicn Olobe. I'lttsburgh Dispatch. Baltimore Herald. H..he.ter Herald. Washington Post, ilinneapolla Tribune. Providence Journal, yiaeuse Post-Stand- St. Paul pioneer Fres srd. Cleveland Plain Deal, DEATHS. ''aaseisssSss(a(asAswt(W(aisVM, BAHRT On Monday. August 15, 1904. at 10.30 o'clock a. m., John Barry. Tbe funeral will take place Wednesday. August 17, at t o'clock a. m., from tbe residence of his aon-ln-law, on en Kins. ?o. 3312 South Ninth street, to Assumption Cburch. thence to Calvary Ceme tery. Friends are Invited to attend. HILLINGS On Sunday, August 14. 1M4. at IMS p. m.. John I,. Billings. Funeral from resi dence of his motber-In-lay. Mrs. Thomas Burke, -No. Z71G Morgan street, Tuesday, ax 1:13 p. xn., to fat. linden's Church, these to Calvary Cemetery. Interment private. IiHOWK-On Sunday. August It, 1S0I. at CiM a. tn.. Richard Brown, the beloved husband of Julia Brown (nee O'ileara). and father of John J.. William 1-.. Joseph 11.. Frank X.. Patrick O. and Mary T. Brown. In the eightieth year or his age. Tbe funeral will take place on Tuesday. August 16. at liS) a. m.. from th family residence. No. 3014 Biddle street, to Ht. Bridget's Church, thence to Calvary Ceme tery. Friends invited. Port Jervls, N. ST.; New xork City, N. Y.: New Orleans, La., and 25an Jese. Cai., papers please copy. KVERS-On Monday, August 15. 1304, Andrew ltyew. aged .1 stars. Funeral from Lynch' larlora. So. 25! OUve strut, on Wednesday, the 17th Inst., at a o'clock a, m. CUAItK On Monday. August 15. l)l. at 10.M a. tn., at Woodland, St. LauIs County Mo , J-iura L. Clark (ne Souford). wile of 'James 1 Clark, l'uncral prlrate. COBB-On Sunday, August II. i. 13nora Cobb, beloved daughter of Charles J. Cobb, after & lingering Illness, at the ago of S years monllui and 12 days, runeral Tuesday, Au gust K. at 1 o'clock, from family rcrtaenc. -No. CV, Dodl'r street, thence to Calvary Cemetery, Pjracuec. T. V., and Chicago papers rlease copy. KILROT-On Mondvy. August 15. ll. Msry Jvllroy, agtd 17 years and 6 monthi". beloved tVughler of James and Drtdget Kliroy tnee VnneII). funeral will take place from resl dene. So. ISlft Papln rtreet. Wednesday. Au l.urt IT, at 8 a. in., to Church of the Holy Angtls, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Kf.EIN On Pun-lay. Aucurt 11. isH, at 3:C m.. Polamon Klein, dearly beloved husband of rfcirah K. KUIn and our dear father, aged jears 1 month and t da. 1'uncrat will take place Tulaj. August 16, at : p. m.. trom family residence. Xn. ;7 South Ninth street. rlfid and relative are Invited to attend. t)t Case,'?:a a m-mher of Cornr Ptone Lodge. No. 33 a. 1'. i. a. M. Salem. Mo., and LMXOT. Ark., papers plcaso copy. MrLLES-On Aurilft B, Wl. at T:l p. m . Tacie Miller, sister of Clara B. lllsey and Katie Vance. Interment at Mount Orao, o.. August 17. Cincinnati racers please copy. MILHAtJPT-nntered into rest suddenly at Pacific. Ma, John Mllhaupt. lcloed "n t'f John and AnnA Mllhaupt (nee Morris) and our dear brother. Vuncral will take plae Wednes day. August 17, at LOT p. m . from the family residence. No. 3W,A Tnljm avenue, to Ht. Margaret's Cliurch. thenc to Calvary Cemetery Friends Invltfl to attnd Deceived was a membr of Adamant Ludg", N'o. 411. II. of X y. N'ITZFCHMN'N"-On Sunday. August 14. 19K4. at N'o. 305) ThOnias street. I,onl Mtsschmann. In his seventy-fourth year. Funeral jtrlvale. Pleate omit flowers. NOON'AN Entered Into rest on Monday. August 15. 1304. at JiO a. m . after lingering lllrrrs. Jame J. N'oonan, beloved huvband of Bertha M. N'oonan (ne Kuehenbuehf. agJ n years. l"uncral will take place Thursday. August 18, at 1.39 p. m.. from th family r.sHenee. N'o. 1013A Calltcmut arenu to St. Kvln'o Church. thenc U PS. Peter and Paul's Cemetery, Friends InvItM to attend. Deceased. -as a merrrer of K. of M.. Mak's Tent. So. 1M. K. O. T. it.. II. S. Mackenzie. H. F. K. BARTHEL Entered Into rest en Sunday. Au gust It. V-1. after a lngrlng Illness. Elizabeth Parthl (nee Kalbflelschl. sI II yesrr. Funeral 'U Wednesday, August 17, st 1:J p. m, from th reetdn. N'o 155 South Third stre't. t Trinity Cburch. Eighth street and Lsrvtte avenue, thence to Conrord'a Cemetery. Chicago, in., pscers PPsfc copy. SCAH1LL Entered Into rt. gur 14, at S t m Miry Prahlll (nee 5suiiiTan) r-lovtJ ""if" of Harry Scahlll. Fnnernl from re.ldence of hU sIKer. Mrs. Ben F Brady, sit Morgan street. Tuesday August 1C at 3 p. m . to St. Patrick's Chrrn. thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends Invited WAGONER UNDERTAKING CO., 1127 OLIVC ST. Day or Night. 1S18I f BUM UfCce. room 3t uraaits bids, donations, fci. SULLIVAN CASE GOES TO TRIAL Witnesses Fail to Identify De fendant as Policeman on Duty at Polling Place During March Primary. The trial of Policeman Timothy Sulli van, charged with neglect of duty In fall ing to prevent outrages at the Democratic primary in the First District of the Twenty-eighth Ward March II, when delegates to the Stato Nominating Convention were chosen, was begun in the Court of Crim inal Correction jestcrday afternoon at 2 o'clock. When court adjourned, three hours later, the State had not rested Its case. On direct testimony the four witnesses who were on the stand jestcrday stated that they could not identify Sullivan as ha-V i one of th6 policemen at the polling place, and on cross-examination Attorney Thomas B. Howe for the defense asked them if they could Identify other ofilcers as having been there. This most of them could do. David It. Francis Jr. was the first wit ness for the State, and when he testified that he could net identify Sullivan Pro-e-cutmgr Attorney Williams said that if the State could not prove by testimony that Sulman was at the polling place, natural ly' It would waive the agreed admission of the fact that Sullivan Wis detailed for duty at that place. Before any witnesses were examined. Attorney Ullllams and Attorney Bowe agreed to admit without evidence that Sul livan had been duly detailed to police duty at the polls and that the persons who were alleged to have been assaulted or pulled out of the voting lino were duly qualified voters. The four witnesses examined yesterday afternoon were: D. B. Francis Jr., J. D. Perry FrancH William K. Kavanaugh and John B. CMeara, former Lieutenant Governor. All testified to violence at the polls and Interference with the voting line. The Jury which Is trying Sullivan Is composed of the following named: William C. Alsdorf, shoe cutter. No. 333S Kennerly avenue; Jesse L. Atkinson, painter. No. 4139 Wyoming street; Thomas F. Bird, car penter. No. 1221 North Euclid avenue: Wil liam Bromwlck, plasterer. No. 4123 North Grand avenue: Harry H. Brooki. grocer. No. 29S3 Chouteau avenue; Charles II. Brown, street-car conductor. No. 3S01 Cook avenue; Charles L. Carnes, No. 2611 Frank lin avenue; Sidney A. Clark, engineer. No. 2554 Nebraska avenue; William A. Cressy, cooper. No. SC6 Hlckor' street; Clifford C. Davis, contracting freight agent. No. -HS5 Evans avenue; James II. Dlckbrader. car penter. No. 2304 BIddle street: John F. Drewes, shipping clerk. No. 4243 De Soto avenue. The trial will be resumed at 3 o'clock this morning. VISITORS AT ST. LOUIS HOTELS. George C. lwls of Little Hock, Ark.. Is registered at the Planters. B. Et Feld and wife of Vlcksburg. Miss., was among the arrivals at the Moser yesterday. Otis Chase of Clinton, la., registered at the Laclede yesterday. . W. C McMahon of Galveston, Tex., is reg istered at the Linden. Ralph O. Satuber of St. J"sph la a guest at the Planters. J. B. Campbell of Qulncr, UL, Is a guest at the St. Nicholas. T. A. White of Mei'co. Mo., has rooms at the Moser. Laurance Gregory of Mb'r!y. Mo. yeter day registered at the Moser Hotel. A. A. French of Anna. III., is a gust at the Laclede. J. C. Salllvan ef Sar. Antonio. Tex. baa rooma at the Planters. . H. H. Henderson of Lincoln. HI., la regis tered at the Laclede. ..-J- M. Blney of Houston, Tex., Is at th New St. James. at.VMNh05aiIaye,s?e,rdar,,'r tb ""' N7sfstrjixneLr f " " ta " ". thTu'nFlL011 Dre,sn o Louailana, Mo . Is at At Chicago notels. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Chicago. Aug. 13. These St. Loulsans registered at hotels here to-day: Auditorium E Am, n r. n... . . Collier. I- iy 7 rin u,zl:""a?z:- -X "- Thorne. J7 N. zih5. "" "w"' " a' Biiggs-J. M. Becker. J. II. Lang. 11 S Molt, A. C Perry. D. Williams. ' Hbernum House J. a Allen. Mm. S. Murray. J. J. Mutton. ,,P'?t.'ortr'M,, - E Beavers. W. S. Oeltr VI. c. Murphy. J. C Mesns. J. Mahler. IL A. Shavrk, vi'. J. tVII!lan-.son. ' Jirevoort-C P. Ehlman. TT. I., rurdr. m,Iv,sorri?,.'ion-H- Gln. E. S. najmond. Jurs. t. Webb. Vletcna-R. .V. nam. 3. H. Sullivan Grand pacific V. i. Adams Jin J s YwinJ Llnd-ay. R. W. Statsman. E. S. R'eThor-O. N". listman. K F. Kmp. Palmer House Mrs. L. R. Innards. If. C. FOR LOSS OF APPETITE Tale Horaford'a Aclrl l'bosphatr. Kseets In treatment of womn and children for ohlllty and lo of apretlt-. Huppllts -he ncedd nerve food and strengthening tonic. Fatally Hart In Itnnawny. REPUBIJO SPECIAU Milan. Sto., Aug. 15. AVhllc V. B. Hill and his daughter. Miss Nona, living near Sorrel, were driving to-day In a two-horse wagon the team became frightened while coing down a hill and threw tho )oung lady out, crushing her skull. The plijsl cians say sho cannot recover. Saloonkeeper License Rrvokeil. Exelw Commissioner James M. Selbert revoked the license of Isaac Ruysrodskv. a saloonkeeper at No. 13S Market street, yesterday, lie wa.i charged with kccplrg a disorderly house. Expect Half a Crop. namsey. 111.. Aug. IS. The protracted drought Is very damaging to pasturct and corn. Com Is estimated in this section at half a crop. right's Disease Cu:d the death of Doctor Bright- Blight Disease is simply slow congestion of th Kid neys. In the last stage the congestion becomes icnte and tb victim lives a few hours or a few lays, but Is past saTlng. Tbls insidious Kidney sroubre is caused by luggisb. torpid, congested ilrer and slow, constipated bowels, wherebv the liidneys are Involved and ruined. Drake's Palmetto Wine is a foe to congestion of Liver. Kidneys and tissues. It promptly re Iteies the congestion and carries It out of the Liver. Kidneys, tissues and blood. Drake's Palmetto Wine restores t he mucous mTnhranes to healthy condition, relieves the membranes throughout tbe body from Inflammation and Catarrbtand cares Catarrh. Constipation and Liver tnd Kidney dl'eara to strty cured. It irlvrs relief immediately, fcnl'ds up vigor and health, prolongs life and rnakea It enjoyable. A trlsl bottle always sites relief and often cures. A trial bottle will be sent to every reader of this paper who trill write for It to Drake Formula Company, Drake Building. Chicago, til- A postal card will bring this wonderful tonlo Palm-no medicine to yon absolutely free. Itlsaboonttf cUaeise-ltden. pain-ridden men and women. For sale by Kaboteau & Co., 7W North Broadway. CHIEF ANTONIO IN FIRE PICTURE Head Hunter From Philippines Afltirds Subject for Pyrotech nic Display at the Fair To-Xij-lir. Chief among the rpcclal pieces in the pyrotechnic display at the World's Fair Stadium to-night will bo a fire picture of Antonio, the lending licad-huntcr of the liuntoc warion at the Philippine Village. Tlio picture Is twenty fet hlgli nd wai made by George Deal, who has charge of Pain's fireworks In St. Louis. In making the-; pieces a photograph of the subject Is crosi-sectloned, ami a draw ing made from the Intersection of the outlines of the figure with the section line. This drawing H placed under th screen and the Illuminating candles placed over the lines of the drawing. Other special features will be a repre sentation of Aladdin's Jeweled Tree, which ehows a large tree with blossoms In many hut-: the "Southern Cross," an artistic nerlal novelty representing n, large cro of tire suspended In the air; the Silver tare Wheel, wnich makes a sliver spray llll' tTUtCI, YJ1I.. iJMflt-9 l CUtVfJI SJJtQ laiO ret in diameter; tne f usiyana rocKeia, Or tfM(C.rU IIU.UIJi .',VCJ,1IJ lilt! lltniS"! with Hovers in many colors; the Diamond Dust Srreen. a mass of b'lillant corusca tions 2C") feet long and 35 feet high; the "Birth of the Bose," from leaf to bud, to flower; a number of comic devices showing monkeys, dancing skeletons and a white elephant: "Our Empire," a unique display conlstIng of a combination shell, which bursts at a height of lTO feet, releasing a largo bomb of red, green, blue and white stars, representing the United States, then a gold sneii representing Cuba, a silver shell for Porto BIco, and a number of smaller shells representing the Philippines; and the final piece showing the destruction of a battleship by torpedo boats. The Stadium will comfortably seat 20.M0 person". It has 5,000 chain. One hundred and ten boxes accommodate six persons each, and about 13.000 seats are placed in the large concrete grand stand. The box seats roav be reserved at 50 cents; a chair may be had for 23 cents and a grand-stand seat for 10 cents. iirno or pfiii.ippim; ivatis here. Cnptaln R. I.. Howze, Ilriendler Gen- crrtl of V'olantrcrn, Heports for Iluty. Captain H. U Howzc. Sixth United States Cavalry, arrived In St. Louis jes tcrday and reported for duty to Colonel Kingsbury, Commandant of the Jefferson Guards. Captain How ze was detailed about a month ago by the War Department for duty with the Jefferson Guards. He was last stationed with his regiment at 1'ort Keogh. Montana. Captain Howze Is one of the most dis tinguished soldiers now- stationed at the World's Fair. He served through the Cu ban campaign in the Spanish-American War. and his gallant services in that cam paign elicited the notice of Colonel Roose velt, who sroke culoglstlcally of his aol- uieriy qualities in nis Dock on tne Cuban campaign. Later he was sent to the Philippines. where he alo saw arduous service. He was one of the rescuers of Lieutenant Gil more, the American naval officer who was captured by the Filipinos and Immured In a mountain prison. Captain Howze was commissioned a Hrigadier General of Vol unteers In the Philippines. BAG.1BOS AIUIIVE AT FAIR. Representative of Fat Dccreaxlnr; and PIctaresqne Tribe Re leased From Quarantine. The Bagabos, from the Island of Min danao, Philippine Islands, who have been held In quarantine since their arrival in St. Louis, reached the World's Fair ground? yesterday morning and are now at work on their village In the Philippine section. The Bagabos are considered to be the moht handsome of all the Island peoples. In religion they are nature worshipers, with Opo, the God of Volcanoes, as their patron dlety. In some wajs they are the most primitive as well as the fiercest of the Island races. They are expert bead workers, and their clothing Is fantastically decorated with beaded designs. A3 addltio.ial ornaments they wear huge rings in their ears, bell on their toes and large sticks of Ivory through their noses. In the theater hourly programmes con sisting of nutlve dances, music and songs and the war dances will be given. Tho Bagabo.f are rapidly becoming ex tinct, there being bat about 5.000 of them now alie. EXPLOSION WRECKS BALLOON. Spontaneon Combustion of Fresh Paint Causes Loa of Ra Bag. An airship belonging to Marcellus Me Carry of llemphls, Tcnn., was totally wrecked by an explosion while on the Aeronautic Concourse at the World's Fair esterday. The gas bag had been but freshly paint ed am! laid on the gra" to dry. Someone, it in thought, rolled the balloon up before th paint had entirely dried, with the re sult that spontaneous combustion caused an explosion. Gnatemala to Serve Coffee. Guatemala villi keep open house to all visitors beginning to-day. From now on Cnmmi'!Ionor Ingoyen has arranged to serve visitors to the pavilion with cups of delicious Guatemalan coffee, "the best In the world." Cream and a sen Ice of light cake will be served with each cup. Antonio and the evrsboy In Fire To-night at the World's Fair In tho Sta dium. The chief Igorrote head hunter and St. I3ii!s's most popular newsboy to be shown in Are. A night wcrth traveling hundreds of milei to Fee. Admission to Stadium free; seals 10c; chairs 25c; boxes ASSUMPTION FEAST CELEBRATED. One f Five Great Festival of Cath olic Erclcslasllrnl lear. The Assumption of tho Virgin Mary was celebrated In Catholic churches jestcrday with all the solemnity of a feast of the first clas. In churches where circum stances would permit a solemn high mass was celebrated. Because of th absence of the Most Keercnd John J. Glcnnon, Archbishop of St. Ixuls. a pontifical high mass coul not be cclcbtated in the Cathedral Chapel. According to Catholic tradition, when tho grae of the Virgin was opened a few years after her destb the apostles found that th tomb contained nothing but lilies. It Ii upon thist and other well-founded tradttlcr.p o! the church that the dogma hj cstabbslitu which teaches that tho Ml sin was ajjiumed, body and soul Into ben veil. The AsJmption is nno ef the fivo great fcasls of the Catholic ecclesiastical year. To California "Ihe Hock Island Way." Special cars to San Francisco Icae Chi cago and SU I.ouls August 17 and 2). stop ping at Dcmcr, Colorado Springs and Salt I.ake City each from thirteen to thirty-four hour. Int go through "like a mall sack." See thp nights on the vtay. Itound trip, S. IIe-Te berths early. F. J. DEK'KE. General Agent. 900 OlUe st. si TO IIOOR THEIR M)Vi:itF.lr..'V. Aunlrlnn Alll Commemorate I'rnns fncf Hlrtbday Annitersars. A solemn high mass will be celebrated Thursday morning at St. Francis Xavler's (College) Church for the spiritual and tem poral vt el fare of Franz Josef I, Emperor of Austria. Tho servicea are being held at the re quest of the Imperial Austrian Commis sion to the World's Fair. In honor of the seventy-rourth anniversary of the birth of the .sovereign. The Very Retcrend Father GrlmmcW man. Provincial of th Jesuita, will be celebrant, with Fathers Eechtel and Roth er as dencon and rubdeacon, respectively. The Reverend Father Fanning will be master of ceremonies Fathers Fanning and Rother. who re ceived their theological education at Inns bruck, where an Austrian university lo cated, say that the "Fet" in the Father land iu observed by all the subjects with great eclat, aa bi also tho Emperor's palronal feast, which takes place Octo ber 5. ThW date will aIo be observed by the Austrian at the World's Fair with elab orate een Ices. EFFORTS TO REFORM GIRL REWARDED WITH SUCCESS. J n rice $tay Eierntfnn of Finn to Hive Ynuntc Woman Opportunity to I'rote l.erelf Worthy. 3II)SIO.VtRlS nKIMHIT TO Jl'TTICB POLLARD. St. LouU. Mo., Aug. 15. 19-l. Judge W. Jeff Pollard, Dayton Street Police Court: Un July 13 jnu permitted me to take Into my care, at lir ri'iucl. on Lillian Gray, whom voi had fined tCO and costs for disturbing the peace while drunk. On that day. while staying execution of the fine, you said that in ensu said Lillian Gray remained" In my charge or under my dlrec- tion until August 15, and behaved herself In a commendable manner, jou wojld remit said fine. I now present her to your court with the report that during this time she Ins been In Hephzibah Home and deported herself In a most commendable manner, and Is in every way a most wonderfully enanged perfcon, and I hope her permanent reformation will result from your course. (Signed) JIISS M. C. MKTZER. a Judge Pollard of the Dayton Street Court yesterday. In remitting a $3) fine. Imposed on Lillian Gray, July 15, for dis turbing the peace while under the Influ ence of liquor, congratulated her on her gcod behavior for the Ia-"t month, which was the condition on which he stayed the fine. Sho is nbout IS years old, and has been in St. Louis for a year. She was arraigned in court three times before the last of fense. The evidence showed that she used to go to Saturday night dances and drink beer, but that she was not bad otherwise. Judge Pol'ard let her off the first time rhc was brought before him. He Imposed a light fine the second time, and Increased the fine the third time. Both fines were p.ild bv her relatives. The fourth time he was undecided what to do until Mis? M. C. Metzer of N'o. 1023 Glasgow avenue, a missionary worker, who was In court, offered to find the young woman a home where she would be removed from temptation to drink. Iis Metzer called at the court yester day with the voung woman, and made a favorable report. The young woman's appearance bore out the statements of the report, and bhe departed in company with the missionary. FRISCO FIREMAN KILLED BY TRAIN AT PACIFIC. Warn Crossing; Track "When Crashed Beneath String of Car In Switching; Yard. John Mllhaupt, 27 years old, a fireman on the Frisco System, was killed by a train In the yards of the Missouri Pacific Railroad Company at Pacific, Mo., at 11:25 o'clock Sunday night. Paciilc is the end of the division. He had gone out to take dinner with a friend and was returning to his room when he crossed the Missouri Pacific tracks. A train of cars switching In the yards backed down on him before he could see them. Mllhaupt lived with his father and moth er at No 3j7 Folsom avenue. His father, John Mllhaupt. Is a florist. He had been a fireman on the road for the last three years. The funeral will take place from the res idence to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, rrom there It will proceed to St. Mar garet's Church, No. 3S63 Russell avenue. Interment will be made in Calvary Cem etery. , NOTES OF HAPPENINGS AT THE WORLD'S FAIR. Lutlwig Anr.an. F. Blohm and Frar.x Thoem of the Hamburg (Germany) Chamber of irausiry nave airneu ar. me -air ana win remain till the clo-e of the Exposition. This party Is the first of a delegation of fifteen men which the Chamber of Industry Is sending to make a study of Industrial conditions as lndl- cated by exhibits and conditions at the unl versal Exposition. Six more delegates aro on the H3v and will arrive eartv next week. An other party will come in September. Tha en tire oeiegauon is sent at tne expense ox tnt Chamber of Industry of Hamburg. As a comnlement to the butter wirfrelt tmat of President Lincoln In the Illinois dairy ex hibit in the Palace of Agriculture Is a similar uun or general iirsnt just completed. The counterparts of these two great contemporaries flank the exhibit and tho likeness of each Is faithful and striking. A feature of the art exhibit of Argentina, the first eier made at an exposition by that Government, is th beautiful arrangement ef the statuary In the International Sculpture Court, which excites much sdmlratlon. The central piece 1 the large plaster group. "Sin ners." considered one of the best of several statues by Rogello Trurtla. the well-known Ar gentine sculptor. Atound this piece, mounted on handsome stained wood pedestals, ar grouped the other statues. The c-illectlon Is not extensile, but the excellence of the work shown and the artistic arrangement of the pieces by Commissioner Cduardo Schlafflrm mair it s.n of the mrst attractive sections In tbe rt Palace. The artists represented ar Mateo Alon. Luclo Correa Morales and Arthur Dresco. Commlsloner Steele of North Dakota de parted yesterday for Toledo. O , where he loin Mrs. Steele for a trip through the lakes and Thousand Isles. Before returning to tha Fair he will visit his home at Rolls. An Interesting feature of the French ex hibit. In the International Sculpture court, is a xroUD of statues carved In wond T.. executed In various woods, and In addition to their attractive appearance are regarded by artists as excellent specimens of the wood carver's art. Three of them are the work of .miand Luclen Bloch. a French artist, who I "ws i"-cji siuay ox wooa-carving. They are "Woodcutter," conspicuous for Its sU In ok: "Chrl-t After Flagellation." a fine rnahngany statue representing the Savior after ne had been scourged previous to his cruci fixion; and "A Child's Figure." slightly over life-size a lime-tree wood statue. Another J"I piece that attracts much attention Is ftcverle. ' by Antonin Larroux. a study In 'ipreslon. It Is the had and bust of woman mounted on a carved wood pedestal. "Queen of the t.a," executed In many colored woods and "A Itch." by Leopold Rivlne. are also features of the French sculpture exhibit. Pineapples In all stages of bloom are shown In the Morlda exhibit In the conservators In the Palace of Horticulture. The bloom is a large red flower and grows in the center of the plant. This fruit In various stag's, from the eedllng to th- matured fruit, may b seet bv th visiter to the conservatory. From 10. 0'"' to 15.ro! pineapples ere usually cultivated on an acre of (-round, and "l.ro) Is a fair profit on an acre. An exhibit of ripe olives 9 feature of the Facramento Valley exhibit in the Califor nia section ct the Palac of Agriculture Very f"w ef thes- bottled ripe "lives ever rach the Lastcm markets. for the reason that the supply Is almost entirely consumed by the peo ple of California. It Is claimed that the ripe olive preserves more oil of the fruit and con tains a larger per cent more nutriment than the ordinary green olive found on the market, various attempts to preserve the rp olive have been made, and jt waa only wlthtn tbe lat few years that a successful process waa found. Kven with this, the olives put t,p In this manner will only last about a year, end the fruit Is consequently not put up in quantities. The taste for the ripe olive, like that for the green. Is a cultivated one. As a renserptenee the people of I California consume ftractlcallj the whole cf the output, and leave Ittle for th outside world. - Flftv verletl- of agricultural prMucts are shown in the Texas exhibit In the Palace of Agriculture. Tbls Is exclusive of tte various vgtabei which are only counted as one va iletj. The Texas di'play Includes the semi tropical product of rlc. sugar, tobacco and cotton, as well as all that grow In tha more northern climates. A rros section of a poplar tree years old attracts considerable attention In the North Carolina foresto exhibit. There Is a card on the block showing Its diameter when Colum- iiub uiKvtrrcu Am,nn, nn.li it waa about t. Inches thick. It Is now more than that rnlnr feet. Tho growth can be traced by rings one for each year. The flrrt yesr th ring about an Inch thick, but after the tree had become i inti- uiuer an many ai icnj eara Were required to mak an Increare of n Inch In the size cf the trunk. One of ih mot Interesting features of the Palsr. ef Mlms and Metallurgy Is the lm-men- topographical msp of Niagara Falls and vlclnitv. This map Is specially designed to show the enormous Indulrtal facilities of the fall., and shows -In detail the great electric power-hius- that have been built to utilize th- enormous water power of the cataract It is tn feet square and is placed upon a raised platform two fet In height. The seals or this map is one inch to every a feet, and pre sent' a 6ui1-d plan of the cities of Niagara Kalis on the American side and Clifton on tho Caradfan side that is marvelous In its ac curacy. The reproduction of -the cataract dis plays clearly the whirlpool and rapid, of the fslr--. The map l dlsplaed bv the Board of Trade of Niagara City and Is valued at W.COO. Several bush-Is of a freak variety of pota- ttit. i "7"2. fr-"j .at xne .AXKarr-ai exutu t in tne I'alace or Ar-rftmifii,-. i.... i a range from Id lo 12 Inches In length and .lie itom z lo Z Inches In diameter. TIMB-TAftl.H for rrWz of MOJfUAV, Anjc. IS, to Sl'.IDAY. A war. 21. STEAMFH CORWI.t II. SPKACKR. Delnatlon. Iir. Leave. Iteturn. Jefferson Barr'k..Mon... 2-.-A n. m. .'.-JO p. m. Ifontesano Tu'.... 10.01 . m. 5." p. m. Jefferson Barracts.. We.l... ;:j) p. m. 6:11p.m. Montesano Thur...lo.'jO a. m. ( 00 p. m. Jefferson Barrar)". Frl.... t:20 p. m. J J.) p. m. Jeffsrson Barracks. .Pat z:V p. m. 5:11 p. m. Jefferson Barrackr .hun....ly?a. tn. 1:'M p. m. Montesano San ... 1:33 p. m. 7:W) p. m Every Might H P. .If. Itrtorn at 11. .MTlHiES FMH FOOT OF 10CUSTST. Ofn on VVharrK-at Bell. Main ltI3 H.OXJ3STI TRIP BOER WAR 700 British ni Beir Vtrant, Biproduclng 3 Farntut Battlas. Camp Reecpilon by BERERAU CRORJE antt VIU0EH Afltr Each PtrfwmtM. MT o. THE: PIKE Sooth of Ferrla Wheel. Special Inlramaral Statloa Admlaalonm Bleacher. 2it Cental Grand Stand, SO Cental Boxes, fl.OU. aas .nata. wed. and Friday, 23 and oOe. M Louisiana sssss Note tbe Chaage-Matlnees Sunday, OUT WHERK IT'S COOL. Wednesday and Friday Seal nt Bollman, zsc to 91.00. Evtnr A7f J Steeplechase. Scenic Railway, Dog and Pony Circus. Diving Horses. aad Alttraomn wild West Show. Riding Ponies, Baby Incubators. Day in Alps and OFI"r4-zIR RBSTftURnNT-BO OTMEF R-SSrtTU fttS.fi. AMUSEMENTS ON THE PIKE. MEET ME AT THE THE l,O0O,0O0 ATTRACTIOSr 1 HAT HAS M4DE THE FAIR. THIS EVENING, FIRST APPEARANCE IN AMERICA OP KARL KOMZAK OF VIENNA, Greatest Conductor in World of Popular Music, Directing the Greatest Orchestra in World IOO Pieces. BABY INCUBATOR, OW OPZaCZD 3r?IZB. An institution on the grounds of the World's Fair demonstrating the achievements accompished by science for the preservation of life In cases of premature birth. Special Ambulance Dispatched In Antirrr to All Call Without Expense. See the mites of humejiity whose lives are being preserved by this wonderful method. SCHOOLS. for a catalogue of tt Oldest and Largest Militari Schiol in tne Middle West, address laTYl "'Kentucky Military Institute ptr&toTT work. GradcttM comznlnioce! by tbe SUK. Beautiful mad beftltMol location, flteaun iVatandel-rtnclisht. Ocewactertoteabcrji. Trrmj $300 year. FOWVB UlLto j wnir t CaUtotme on rviatu CL C. W. l'OWLEB, BarU, Bx 1 C Lyadaa, Ky. CENTRAL COLLEGE 1 rstrratn rlert. Biriin DDCiHmIte4 UtV). Tat I(Br11a).Iarrt?rj kith mtrlt. "efcoolicf Artaad KIocstiM) ron-lucf-i tT rawifal rrotcwr. Hesottfat nd hetJthM ttav tia. Bi:SIartcidTa. InTtiau . Catalofae. A I. KB CD FRANKLlN "M1TH, Prclttcat.Lcda-ttlf. University Military Csrter.41S4. Kew bonding In elevated rark of to seres, near the Plats Inlverslty. Comolets enulpmenta. rmonal snpervlslon and tor mrtlon for hoys over ten. Chsrsner Is ew-ths ctaracter of the Chrlsuan gentle Bias. The insametors tod ronrses, approved by tf Male 1'nlvert.tv. furxsh a thoroogh prersxaaoa for Tale, Harrard, Wertl"olat,orholres. COI-JOHN It. V) I.rtl. A. M.. Prtaetpal. relDBklawXa. CENTRAL COLLEGE Found 18.17. '. moderate cost. ine education at moderate cost. Advanced course steam beat, electric light. Ample grounds. For Bunker Hill Military Academy- S'SiiS fSktuna. Twenty-tecond year: limited: lndiTldual attention; genuine home life; complete equip ment; beautiful ftTonnds; military, atcietlr and gymnastic exercise; elttaentary. tmsfneae and college preparatory courses; .rood surroundings; reasonable rates. Write, aitinff ac etc.. to Superintendent S. lav Stlbtr. Th. P. Kemper Military School &j school for Missouri Stata University and all leading college. Comalat nnalars ooors. Army oOcer detailed by becretary of War. fD,(0o spent tn extensions andlmprovrmenai this season. For catalogue, address Cat, T. A. Jafctu mTtT s-uUoa as,. f" Tor LIQUOR DRINKING, MORPHINE IICUCV M IUi-citio Di-i Uilt, StaraxtJsi-ala, Wyure DR.J.E.BLAINE, Physician -i Manager 2001-3-5 Locust St.. St. Louis. I'll , Brtaaestlil hi TftcAvtscftr res Toaacco an mbursbtmcnis AMUSEMENTS ON THE PIKE. HAGENBECK'S Zoological Paradise and Trained Animal Circus ON- T'B XXJeawJ Plant of the Monkey Tribe. SUMMER RESORTS. lia-issa-l'--a-'lls' BEACH Tsaptisff TftM HOTEL 0 IS MttratsM hw brrH l Sh- piif u4 Tb,rm IBft innnciB jUrsss C-CO. W. K-tOLn". Sffcr rUagt. IMOCmmiJ MmMtamWI -KcSu aVS4 mcB ttmUt ROYALPALACE,TLTSCITY- Most beautifully located en the Atlantic Coast; open to October 1st. Special SepTeml-er rat. Under entirely new rosn-temenu Write tor booklet, Chas. B rrettyman, owner and proprietor. Lyman J. Watronn. mansger. HOTEL MARSLAND OL'TB BAVKX, MICH.. Near tbe beach: boaiu-g. batnlng and fishing. Electric llgh'a ana running M.'r la all rooms; privet baths Servleeaai calslnr a e clalty. Booklet. STEWART A STEWART. Proprtetora. CHALFONTE ATLANTIC QTY, N.J. New: Complete; Ten Stories; Fireproof; Always Open. SEND FOR FOLDER. THE LEEDS COMPANY MUDLAVIA This great rescrt open the year rounel. Cora bin rest, halth and pleasure fcr your vaca tion. Only a few hours' rifle from St- lv-il. nar Attica. led., en Wabash Railroad. Na ture greatest cure for Rheumatism. Gout. Kidn-y. Sltta. B!addr. Stomach and Nervous Diseas-a. For beautifully illustrated magazine and all Informatlorij address W. I.. Kramer. General Manager. Kramer, tnd. 172. Fall From Car Cause Death. Tliomas McKnlght. 60 jears old. of Scn ter. Tex., who fell from nn Olive street car Sunday night, between Ewlng and Garri son avenues. Eustainln? concussion of the brain and internal Injutle"-. died at St. John's Hospital yesterday morning. When von huv tnnth rnn,lA ,- c wr -. "ZL.i -X-.wJl- erv J"-e- tuu lTj-jiii r-u umk. l'early teeth and a sweet breath follow its use. All BECHICAGO. M r ' drug-gists. s cents. ztuami:r ciTr of protidesck. ne.tlmtlor. Iwy. Leave. Retuna. Jefferson Barracks. .Tue... 2.30 p. m. 5:30 p. m. Montesano Wed....l0.0fi a. m. 5.W)p. m. Jefferson ilarracks..Thur... 1.30 p. m. 6:30 p. m. Mmtfsaro Frl 10 00 a.m. 8 (V) p. m. Monte.ano Pitt lOrMa. m. 5e)p. rn. Montfsano Sun :30 a. u. 1:30 p. ra. Montesano Sun....-3'J p. m. 8:30 p. m. i:very .Miclit at 8 P. M. Rrtnrn at 11. BOAT LE1IES FaOst FOOT OF OLIVE ST. ornce, 313 Olive St IU11. Main i;- Klnl-ich. A lf TICKETS, 21 So. Universally acknowledged to be the Feature! of the Fair. TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY, 3:30, 8:30 P. M. TYROLEAN ALPS WENTWORTH MILITART ACADEMY, Laxlnsrton, Ma 1MS.1 Owtmi 1MT. ReWTritflfl PHL FOR YOUNG LADIES l Blf let ICocbsb f CoIUf la tb Wart. Cs&Ikrrlaf d-tr- at B A B S. auxl RL Tmrreaatr ! aTOlrTL Cmmmmrwrntwr afMaalfL na JJdlret4mefD. r.CenrmiAJf. Academy A HOME SCHOOL FOR M BOY9L Fnyette, Missouri. Under M. B. Church, South. James C. Morris. President. Co educational. Well endowed and equipped. Oilers best opportunities to obtain a genu In Science and Letters. Modern buildings. catalogue, address Secretary cf tha Faculty. Keeley Tsaacao mt Otararr UtttU iure SCHOOLS. aar0i0i10l0aaamaafaa VIHGIMA FEMALE IXSTITCTE, Staunton. Va. College Preparatory School for Girls. Music, Art. Elocution; Oat year begins Sept. IS. Catalogue. Miss Maria Pendleton Do -al. Prin Successor to Mrs. J. E. B. Stuart. KIRKWOOD MILJTAPe.r ACADEMT. Kirk wood. Ma Enters Bpon Its 31d yss-t tptember It. 1VH. Select, limited, thoroucn. Within easy reach of World's Fair. Fbr terras an J particulars, address Cot Edw. A. KalyhL. Hosmer Hall jS A Day and Bitardln-g School far Girl. College preparations a "peclalty. Ortiflcsta ad mits to h-t colleses. World' Fair opportuni ties. Address MlgS M. II. MATHEWS. Principal. CHEVY CHASE School for airls. SrSSolSya, WASHINGTON-. D. C nerI ard Colleg;- Preparatory Cburset. Ideal location faclnc Rock Creek Tark. French ths languajr" of the house. Tennis, Basket Ball and all outdoor sports. Cataloanjc. VH-. lav M. BOULIGNT. Principal. HflMTIPCI I n'"fI:hoo"'-r3-oung--HUH I IWCLIsU men and girls; 7tb year begins Kept. Z. Faculty of Hpeclallsta In csarg or ttenartmenr for Rnellsb. CUaalca and GontJ- nenlal language. Science, Music. Art, etc. Fin umnasiuni, rseautliu: kir-pu-i wmm uwu, rtolf Links. Basket-Ball Field. Apply early; applicants on waiting list Ust "tlr. MISS II. N. IIASKEU. CBHIUBV Principal. Gcdfrey. I1L OCsrllHMm WARD SEMINARY aWTS lth ear. Faculty 50. Seminary and Special Cour.es. follege preparation. Boarding pupils limited to HO. An Ideal Christian home. Com flete arrolntment". For catalogue address J 11 TrNTN-. 1,1. p.. President. '"""" 10 DAYS AT WORLD'S FAIR. NO Hr-EHE BIT UTRMCt FRS. KROEGER, Piano. TOUEItS SHEFFIELD, Voice-. Violin. Orgin. Art, Elocution. Send for CaUIOg. FOREST PARK UNIVERSITY, THE WORLD'S FAIR COLLEGE. ANNA S.S'BED CAIRNS. Treat.. St- Iula. Ha. Military Academy Culver, InA (Lake MudriladLu) The most succej-fol bey's rrrraratoev .rh.t i. the Wevu Stronr facultv: "iAsoul..." second only toV?est Point. K.w'JJS'cESS fall to accommodate too More toys. "There has been a larm r waiilntr list and early ar-pHcatioa 1! alvlsaMc. Hanlsotnely IIIus.catiloBonr)t BrllAIAM F. HOMES. H. J. DHaCNETTst Piesld-nt. Scriaiy. lOI'RI STATE .'Mt.Tl'Aj. FIRK A.1TJ MAIH.M3 I.11RACE COMPAKYT Oltu. No 71T Chestnut st. St. Ixula. Mo. Tel. Bell Mala 2-rrtA. Tel. KlnlocnA UA. I'olictea are written on cither stock cr mutual plan. Ji-nry il. Maarsvc--. J. B. C. Lucas. H.vtinwm. n. D. Walaer, i. F. Homes J"a- W. Belt Cg w. w. nv.ps A. AUCTIONEERS. A. k. SELKIRK S CO., AUCTION AND STORAGE. Regular sale every Saturday at warehouse) nd general office. MCS-IO-: Chouteau aveavi. Sales In realJence a specialty. Phone KlaloeK C1I7. . WESTERN SALVAGE WRECKING AGENCY I09S and 1007 Washlngtoa avenue, handler o Irs and Marine Salvage. Watek tor pcIU Firs notices. SAMUEL GA9. Manage. AMUSEMENTS. e'WWlilViWJiyAWrreAlMl ODEOIM V2&SS& now.vrowir ticket office, JuOge & Dolph's Drug Store. J1S Olive. KIRALFY'S Louisiana Purchase Spectacle. (BETTER THAN "AMERICA.") SPECIALTIES. FIED T. I0WERS. Ii Hit 8nit anlcil let .The Mrsterlous RADIUM DANCE. 1.A MORA. Wonderful French Dancer. KIRAIJT'3 Acrobatle Pony Ballet. AUGUST PRICE8. SCO good, first-floor seats. W rant. Other seats 7:-ftor)-.50. On Dollar Bor Seats One Dollar. All Seats Reserved. MATINEES WEB, SAT., SIM. at 2:3C Price: Ground floor. Wc: balctny. 23c; box awmla. $1.00. OLYMPIC-a?" LAST WEEK. WAY DOWN EAST vTednesday and Saturday Matinees. EXTRA MATIXEE THIRSDAV. ; TSth Time la St. Lonl. SOCVESIRS TO EACH LADT. . JfEIT STNDAT JIIGHT Cbarle B. Dillingham 'Will Present FRANK DANIELS IN Seat Sale Thursday THE OFFICE BOY. COLUMBIA. BIXTH AND ST. CHARIJSS STS. Electric Fans. Cooler Than Outdoor. A LI, THIS WEEK AD SEXT SI XDAT, Continuous Vaudeville. 1:10 to W:S0 Daily Valerie Bergere Co. Gotham rvmrST Four. Winona Winter. Marlow. Plunlcet A Co. The Columtlans. Lillian Shaw. Powers Brothers. 4 American Trumpeter. J. W. Sherry. Rcbblns St TrenamaA. The Bradys. Barney Frist. The Ktnodrome. . 15c-)c-E0c. Orcheatra Chair ReseTVfd. Tie. . I 111 .T Ctvl AL Ce4 uttwOMM Mghtly st 8-Sat. Mat. at 3. DATID BELASCO PRESEJITS BLANCHE BATES mTNEMRUHIOFTHEIOU. Price troaa 3S to f 1JSO. GMsl Lower Floor Seata Me. THIS BVENINO. CALIFORNIA NIGHT. GRAND -MATINEEI W-HI.a. 20o ana BOO. Night Frice-Jte. tSe. 59c. e, .0. TJXDEK SOCTHERS SKIES. By LOTTIE BLAIR PARKKR. . Nxt SundaT Mat JANE CORCORAK "FRETTT PEOQT." CENTURYXHEATE5 OPENS NEXT SUNDAY. BLANCHE RINQ In VIVIAN'S PAPAS. Seata on ami Tiray. CRAWFORD theater Tues.. Thura. asd Sat. Matinee, price, So -II Til MAMW Of Tit lUlfW." A carl SEE load of electrical nd acenle caTaet. ' TB xtreaavraier. The Hand-tc-Hand Fight. Th atarvelcus Railroad Srrn. Next week. Girl of th Street." HAVLIN'S!- TJU Tmtar Wmmn Batt lAtat nu.1 T-rt-M tie & Be Ue-Ks Higher. TiatmeM.TUMday. Thursday, turrjar fLTJi i AT CRIPPLE CREEK. Bun. Mat. Next "A CoTlct' Diightr." STANDARD tlar SAM DEVERE'S OWN COMPANY. Saaeklaa; lm Faraiart. 30 KKJ-etrle Faaa 30. Next Wwt-MAJEBTie BCHTjaQDERS. rOKKST P4HK HIGHLANDS tiie bio puice ox tut; -cll. COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN. FA-TIY RICK, Th Faaematlrur Uttle MIstres ef th. TalkiaaT Dolls, sod BIO FEATTHK SPEC1ALTT B1XI- MANNION'S PARK VAUDEVILLE t-BttAda-6 2-Saawa D1tr-Z. Oatrnt Tmaamama Slat manb cttMcmmrm Momimmiom to nwx RACING Fair Grounds, Yaaatreae-r Arc. aaal Mataral BtrlaTs Road. Six Races Daily, Bs-ai at XiSo p. at. Amission, IkMIic firiri Stafrf, SI.M. LCMP IREWIRI Cf. HIIIICAP SatsH-riay, Abj. 20. NANA Dl( wonder of the art world. la oow to Le bcq at 334 N. Broadwmy, bU OlJ and Fine. Hoav, . m. to it p. ro. A tf mj art on. I 7S1Z1.XTI I Th Pride of th Fair and th Fair Greats Educator. Feanlva! Parade Uallr at 3M O'clock. See tha Church of th Holy Sepulchre. Mosanw of Omar, Diorama of th Mount of Olive, u Jes walling Wall, and the Via Dolorosa. Free Guides Every 19 Minute From Pitacttai Oatea ADMISSION ONL.T 5c RE6BUR "IfiWHTOWR" TAIU I'lOTE IIIREI - - 50c lt-M A. M. tolJAP. it. ADMINISTRATION RESTAURANT. Between Administration and Fish. Forestry and Gam Building. Do You Ever item to caasUer i pramaat aUklemcy of tne TELEGRAPH SERVICE compared with what it warn mHn4ha "POSTAL" entered ike tlaU? i NOTICE TO CONTRACTORa eal-d propoaala will b receiv-d by Board of Manager of State Hospital N by tha wo. a. VTAr.nlnv.Hn Ui. ,Ma .A V Ali-W n Klh. 1M4, for tha erection, and completion of a hriea ho-pnal building. Plan and a-pecl&catlons ar on si- at tlsi Administration building on the lnstltuta arounds, and also at th oTnc of H. Ii. Hohati schlld. architect, Ron. Sis. Taa rlgat to re ject any and all bbh res-erred. DR. c M urrvm XL. P. 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