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THE ST. LOUTS KEPTIBLTC: THFESDAT. OCTOBER 13. 1904.
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P.WJ ETU ' prrent dean of tlie Ronlrj Oplitlinlino Vii, VFj rj, hbf?l.CJ, losiVnl College. fl JI V "'$"" 3 fri f"r fourteen par vvllli tuo of the oldest ill Hi U!Il I iLZitLflj c-.-nMinbc:I optical linun ! M. I.oiiN. find PB3ES8GH LQ3EHZ6 OE-HEtlD, IS'-XVl K NOV WITH THE CHAS. 3EILLY OPTiCAL C..i 619 LOOUST STREET m& IBMKS F. THRICE HONORED Hcceptions at Kansas City Ca.sino ami Kentucky anil Texas , Pavilions'. RECIPIENT OF EAGLE SKINS. j.Many .Mciiilicrs of tlie Dan-Jiter.-1 of tlie America n Revolution i .Hieml Functions for Their j I'lesidcnt (teiieral. --, iT.- ,J & aS1 ! -a ii -- masi&r . rj& f-&rrr5 . y i5KK1Ca--fVt " dBS-sagwp Friina Donna Of tlie G.-eat Spectacle, Louisiana, SINGS THE PRAISES Ori! g Tlio r"i-r''iii a plvrri 1y Mrs. ThuniRK Tomli tn Mrs. Ch-irles Y. Fairbanks. prrsiiirnx cenoral of the Dauchlcn- of the Western Bascome. white crepr; M'f l.ock wood. lavender crep-: Mrs. A. Y. South 1 ward. St. tyui. white crept de Chine;' Mi?s Riln-Ina Tntt, hlue voile; -Mrs Ed ward T. Campbell, Hk voile and white lace; il Parri.h. French gray voile; Mrs. Uertha Miller SinitlC white chiffon; illiw Dal.-v Powell. Persian , embroidery. "hcndworkilMr.-. ICilith P. Howard, vhitc rilk: Mr.-. John .1. W411., black yllk: JlUs Wellj., brown .llk; MI.-. I.IIv S.- Clark. charapaRne .-illc. point lace; Mr?. William Van Styke. black and white chiffon; Mr.. Finney, white lace: Mrs. William II. Strother. white lace- Mr.'. Xoble Prentl?, white chiffon. Amons the Buestt were Mrs. Uanfonl Crawford. Mr.-. J. W. Williamson. Mrs. J. E. Palmer of Portland. Me.; Mrs. Oscar Johnson. Mrs. Henry Stanley, Mrs. Rob ert Mccormick Adams. Mrs. Ashlev Ca bell. Miss Kli-e Beck. Mrs. Hnrtense Forbe. Miss Florence Harrison, Mrs. W. F. Olin. Mrs. Edwin O. Tntt. Mrs. George M. Wright. Miss Jeysle Wright. TEXAS Itl'II-DING P.ECEPTIOX. -Mrs. Will! F. Robertson of Austin, the hostess at the Texas building, tendered a reception to the Daushttrs of the American Revolution in honor of Mr-. Fairbanks. The pavilion of the I.one Stdr State was decorated with smllax. which, with tlie addition of many ILips. save the biilldin-- a most attractive appearance. In tlie receivlns line were: Mrs. Itobert 5n. who wore .1 sonn of chiffon velvet, with a hat of real lace and chinchilla: Mrs. Fairbanks, who was attired in 1 white lace sown: Mrs. A. Faulkner. Aus tin, black lace: -Mrs. T. C. Skecn. St. I-Olliu- etnhrnii!ere.t ninilf-: Mrs. JaPltf- H. U'eper. Gainesville, white voile: Mrs. Ilinadheiil. blark embroidered crepe de Chine: Mr:'. .Man- Mitchell. Austin, black velet and let; Mrs. M. I- Watson. Aus tin, blaejj s-ill-; Mrs. F. E. Scovill. Austin, n-hiie Minmfne- Mrs. Mendll Rootii Tnv lor. duchess, lace, ro-e pcint; Mrs. Flovd NUTMEGS WILL BE THE B1DGE TO-OAY Connecticut to Observe Its Hpe cial CelebraHon at Uie Fair. DETROIT SENDS LARGE DELEGATION LADY MANAGERS TO RECEIVE. (Soveriior Abiram Cliaiuberlaiii ami ()lli.-r IHsrinuisIieil ufii- cials to Tate Part in tlie Cereinnnic.. B-iHM-w:. !tiiiJ?r?x?a in ii EXCLUSIVE" I ,1 Ameriean Revolution, at the Kansas City . S . Wa ck 'V.-isWn were: Miss t asinc. last evening, wa one of the pret- pioyd "shook. St. f.auls. yellow chiffon; II a $1 (Laxative,. .MISS JOSKI'HI.VK KIItKWOOI) SAYS: I have known lleptnl Splits for .-.lmost a veer, ami now rej-ard i' as one of my 'jest friends For t';e complexion it is pnsirivelv without an equal. Yours sincerely. JoriEPJUXE KIKKWWD. Is EK::!ir:!j K.aiJa !:& .me. as J csiidrsi as I! I: esctlj effjcliie w.ts es., 1 5c--,:vj,:vwi! eb ! 5c WANT A GRAfiD LODGE IN THE UNITED STATES. Independent Orrier.nf f.noil Teni;iinri '' llcclde fo AsU for It nt Ilclfat. The National Conference of nerrc--cnta-tives of the American Grand Ibises of the Independent .Order pi Go-jJ Ttrnp:-jr.s.huld Its eccond session at Conventlon'Hall yes terday, and dcci-Jed to ask the Interna tional supreme Jodschlcli meets at Bel fast. Ireland. Aufrust. IW5. to srant a charter for a .national- frrand. JodgoJor ttje United SUtes. ." This" was the unanimous act o'f the conference, which repre.cnle-1 sixteen j;rand lodges of the fnited States. To present this resolution to the Supreme Council, a committee was appointed con Plitins of Doctor D. H. .Mann, past R. W. -. T.1; Miss Jessie Forsyth of Boston, E. JV Chafin of Chica-o: W.'IH. Clark of JHR?a-.w,s- nnd George Rankio. Jr.. of A tlkeKbarre. Ia. Ioctor U. H. Mann of New' York i- the president of the conference, and George t. Cotterlll the Eecretar'. It I the first nat tlonal conference held for the purpose cT formin-; a supreme national body. ."-""-'"' c.e aoopiru on account or the death of Lee F. Doores of Brenaueh. ilo the crand chief councilor for Mis souri. He was killed in the Missouri Pa cific T7recSc at Warrens-burs Monday. ' Among those who are attrn-ilnjr the conference- are; G. Asmussen of Germany, pst Krand master of Genr-anv; Guy KaiT lor past crand counciior of EnB,I. and of DtS'rfc' P-' Sran'1 ch:er ,em"!ar hvrllle. iii:2:n Schccp Ibjdie: W. C Kack baro. Kzr-'a? t .ty. r. H. Ha3r.tr. Jasrer. ILLINOIS. Alex lvrrt)n. Homer llllier. D. O. Hoover. A. E. Liunn, O. II. rumron. H. II. Fcb.r, liMiHrisuii: Nina Kent naldwla. Ausust II-..irirh. lira. n. C. I'itrte. Elancr nh. C. T-wenr. Tian:raiCT: Mrs. v.. ". NeL5n. IjuriTn-" N-.yei. 3iIcao. Hits Dora Mrs. Iaj-nian. Ty!nrrtl: ,".'l,ert V Kiran. Gales' liurj:: D. u. lai'h. Ch'caco. VAkumt ritrsoa. .V!!e Jan-.er. Iinirl' n. G;rse tl. Heck. Jchn I! Ile-k. Pltseld: Frank Itny. Jlattnon. .r. r. IJern-. )ltlou. Ella II. lime. Mr. Jic-I--. Alton. P s. Gi! !?.Sf'.. 3!r"- K- s- Ulbon... Chlcaso; JVI1I Ilrrcfi. Qaincy: It. M. lampheil. E. W. Ifan-haif. Mrs. K. V. Marshall, fnlcaso; Miss la . Itrm. Mrs. I. X. Coltrai. Decatur: Mrs. JV. . Jaeksoi. KthI M. Jacfcsn. Rorfcford; . S. balden, Mrs. W. J. WaMen. C S. Mlil'r. S-prlnsfield; E-iward Watir.n. Wallace Wat ion. Sir- e!ll c Wl"in. CT-.icaKO: Mrs. 4. N. Metier. Sprtnfl.M: Ills. Tse!r. Mrs. A. Tej;eJer Ifoelc Iflan.l: C.mrse A. I'ps-jn. Cjk; bar; Mrs. Thfmas p. .nme. ISeitha SI. Rem". Daril llonran. Elair n!:n. S--pn:ieW-. G. C Wltt'and. Qutecy: J. W. awkln.' "Alton; J. , . Gain. Mrs. Kabelta Gain. Rt St. Luuis:' I?. '!?"? CSilcaao: Kra J. Had. Chlctt.i Mr. LJ JIaK Ohlcazn: Mr A. llata ctlcato: I rna . alboti.. jioaat Vernon; old Buettner. Mount ernoa. Oilier IHrri... Aiton; IJUIan . nam, .tnon: iir. w. x-wman. Alton. Certha Xearasan. Alton: JJ. A. Weibourn. Jack-r-nrllle J. ;. IVeiiurn. Jacksonville; G. R. TuckT. Chioco: J. a Ellis, Ciiirairo: Ma UII. Chicaso: E. M. Kluut'r. Chlraro: sir.. John Crowe. EprirrfteW: H. T. Schontn?. FprlrisflcM. Mrs. II. T J-Vhoenins. Sorinifil.I; Adella Gife. Qulncr: Mln A. Kownbcfh. Ioctor M. Urandom. Decatur; Mr, J. IS. Menke. Qulncy: Mrs. J. B. Men-" fce. Qu'ncy: Mr. T. D. Glldn-r. (.TiIcbko: I-. It, HaJ-nes. Ivjui-e Fell Haynes. Ctilcac"; E. C Knanr,. liathprfre Vnm ilnlr t,i-. Chica?o: Mrt. JI. II. Myers. Sprirrrfld: Mr. J. Hanferd. I'-oria; DollI Aldridi:'. Craec All3. OIe-t AhI. Deealar. Mr. Lyman Bar. t-ccr. Maruarn Hartsre!!. Mrs. Frl Hartell. Gorr- I; Broc-n. Maude Urtsht Grace Blir ltank. Chicasro: Flcra, Mccre. -FrM r. t. smith. Mre F. Smith. S-prlnsOId: A. M St-tl'r. Cuincy; W. a. Wallerxler. Decatur; C M. Kairts. Mrs i M. Sam's. IWckfcrd; Iiza Kay. Robn Kay. Q-jlncy: Italph Tobln. Spring field. . OKLAHOMA. Mr. r. I". nulany. Vol Henlf. Dnuztass'; Mr. and llr. Geanre flarr.er. find; i Iireihen. Mrs. . KpJhcn. Fainleir; F. II. Ilehm. Cush ias. W. A. Henston. E. T. Henhton. Ara: It, latts. ralnlcw; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cllne, Cereal; Mrs Jrhn Stanley. Winifred Garrett. I'onca. 3Ii. W. A. Taylor. Klnrfl-her; Jlr. and Mrs. A. S. Herndon. Manculn: II. T Wll Hes. IMrd Crefk: Mr. and Mrs. H. U Wile. wWr; Vr- and ;lr" " "- Butcher. Blackweil: Mr. and Mm N. V. Allen. Toakana; Mr. and Mrs J. M. Ene:ih. Marshall; w. Peddler. El Itn : Mr. and Mrs. n. Djiv and sr.n. Hd nvinrt: Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Fapplnnon. Vewe.1; I". E. McMullen. Mrs. t. E. McMulIen. Bll-llrjr-: Mr. and Mr-. T. II. Koach. Blackwell: fc. W. Illrzel. Guthrl-. Thomas 11. i:oa A and Floyd Scrltmer. Snorter W F Brewer, Guthrie; C. D Rosranlz. Billlnss. INDIAN TraiRITORV Rise f'r;mwIi. Elva ron:e:i en.1 Mr- T. M. RynoMj. Afton;. MIm Era ll.ker. Mut drrnr; o. MVjp:fe ad Millie Isle-cell. B: tor; Mrs. ". V Distant. Cheectafc; Dectur cr.rt Jrs. A. f. GregB and Mr. F. B Hep-n-stine. carfce.n: Mrs. K. a. Newman." JI1 L Neirman. Mrs. .V. F. Stul.bs. Mrs. F. B."an- frtnl I 1 Clnel. t n-.i. 1. V. Yr..hi" Vi:.-I i "i.r'".-VS.I"V.r '""' aii-r i-asfjici Sncneer. Mrs. rtar! - ..r:tT ftt t T"i ?.";" : ii";". aik; dukom tsark j p.r-1-aw, i.iKr , cTarc- - - trim VISITORS REGISTERED .' AT STATE BUILDINGS. The following visitors resistercJ at the State bufidinss yesterday; iiissorisi. . H. n. Ilmten. Mirnie Huston. M,i.ri Tr,-. ;?r-.T."' " S-- '. Allen O. Itaenen T. ? UK L-91, 1'K, ,. .. ;! ' Kan .as is"""..-. . ::. - "T: -rtuen u. ic I. t-,i,.. -iS.' .P:PKy. Jlfca Ncra Avals. Ker-, Kansas nir- r:,r 1.. .. .."- ci. f. w.t.o .;..'.' r-. ".'"? - enrlale. Mr,. T. w. WeThVnif. lUSS' lT S ffj::" r'Ne,Sn?'Nef: nik. J, tiif-iSwS.7,r?H!;i ;;. rr $& lns: SUM J. Gsll'-t.AC-altW klii."3?i: va 1 aSSS"5.s'SiS!- .--S22-. :" A. TstTon. Mt F. A. Tm.n ;U ifJZi C: '!Iirr,;?;.'--l.K'" V.-"1!?-- i Frana siu G. E. il.nrlne Tllrrf. ... I;"-.--.- "ft""". ' "r: ??.? ,1,?;, Iftrleb. J-Uilia: MI-5 Mand Mr)er. Mldd!trtvck: Mlsa Mary Mejer. TufKlo. rriarlea Id. RwIet: J-.hrf Uiirlbon. Roy Grrene. KtrmlnsUn: W G. Huab.. r A IIURhei. Jack,n: Tlnkl- Witt. Mrs. uarry .cun. Mexico; Mr Willie Ife!.. Hl5bVe. rj. cnKtnri. Kansas rtty: Nelson I:. Henry. Krn ;, J- .L. Mahns .Marshall. T. B. Brei. "Iter Bruce. . M. r-jlr!,. Mexieo; A B. tain. Kansa. City. Nanr.l Kar, Winnie Stevens. Forrest: Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Godroan. levies: Mr- n.l Jlr.. IL w Joire.'Mrt Mollie Carpenter. Myrl WIden. f-Qttrju-Wir. IlnrTV Hmntrnclc Louise llernhrik. Xis. Llnl V.il llams Kar..a Oty. Mrs. I B. Smith. Ferau-.-n; J. T. Terry n.I ladj. Ellie Truman, j-hl. TUE VAI.Ui; OK aiARCOAL. I'ew I'eoidc Knor.I!nr Ireful It Is In I'resenlnK He.-jltli 11ml lle.-tulj. Nearly cverjbody knows that charcoal Is the safest and most effldent dlsin'ecL-int anil purifier In aalnirr but fcwrealrze-lts value when taken into the human system lor the same cleansing purpose. Charcoal Is a remedy that tne mere you take of it tii better: it k not a rjrus at nil. but simply absorbs the gases and Im purities always present In the stomach and Intestines and carries them out of the system. Charcoal sweetens the breath after smok ing, drinking or after catin? onions and other odorous vegetables. Charcoal effectually clears and Improves the complexion. It whiUns the teeth .and further acts ps a natural and eminently rafe cathartic. It, absorbs the injurious: pases -which collect in the stomach and bowels; it dis infects the mouth and throat from the poison of caL-j-rh. - All drusglsta sell Charcoal In cne form or another, but probably the best char coal and the most for tire nson,ey is In Sluart'o Charcoa. LozcmresJ they are com posed of the finest iw2ercI Willow char coal, and other harmless cntiKc-ptlcs In tablet form, nr rather in the form of Iarse, pleasant-tasting lozenges, the charcoal be lnr mixed with honey. The dally use of these lozenges wilt soon .tell In a much lrriproted condition of the general" health, better complexion, sweeter breath and purer blood, .and the beauty of .It is that no possible harm can result from their continued, use, but, on the contrary, crcat benffit. A Buffalo phyr-dan. In spcakius of the ucneiirs or cnarcoji. says: 1 auvise atu-. art'a Charcoa Lozenges to all patients suffering from sras in Ftcrasich and bow els, and to clear the comjiiexlon-and pur ify the breath, moulh .nr.d throat; I also lw'ICYC the-liver Is greatly Ijencfl'cd by the daily use of them. They cosi but twenty avc cents a uor nt.ilrurj stores, and. al tliough In some sense' a- patent prepara tion, yet I believe I Bet more and better charcoal In Stuart'H Charcoal Lozenges, than In any of tbc ordinary charcoal tab- Miss j sad Doctor aad Mrs. II. C. Ittflers Jlui.;-!: -T-"'i' 1 ii: r- T"""'"- ?II'r!'r: Marsaret sfconahia sad nr.e snananan. vinita; J.ucy tarr- Trlliw L'ttl' Purr, riaremfcr-.: i;crne'l Ilenn.tr 1 mire; i. n Dillon. Chlckaeha. Mr and Mrs. i- h ,I..!t r??cr -": Chas. E. Lame. En fauls: Mrs. E. B. Frays-r. vinita: Mr and J!"- ?; iSn' ""J K- v- Hopkins. Welch: Mrs O. II. De Cramr. Sapalpal TCX.s. Mrs. J. V. Ross. Mr. II A. Hadon. 'Ilsa Sadie Walker. It. W. Weir .,nd Wm. I'. H-A,b?. Jlnu.tnn; M. I-- Kaimany. ClLurne; Su B-ovli-ln;. Dunean Itrnnnln!:. nuth Tueker and W. P. Iirovsnlnc. Meikel: K. V. Nance, rort WtTth; Ardy I'enn. 'edar Hill; Mrs. i JI. Mjcr". Mrs. M. I. Ienny and Mrs. A. E."'ur tls. Hi.astnn: Mrs. W. A. Clements. Ulllan len-ents uid Ijjey Elements, M.rjraarleld- K. W. Dallam and J. S. Taylor, Mayi'd " M od. lTtncf.n; Mrs. A. Hnrann. Chas. Suanpfl and Joseph wanswn. EI I'as'j- ij Mont;'.n-ry and L Montgomery, columhuj; MUs VMi Rnssies, Miermen; n 1; rip.tVr. F,rt Worth: Mist o,rala Mo. Orance: I(lle A. M'-oic. Taylor; Jlrn. J. I.. Hazlrtt. II-a:n-. KUNTrcKV. II. C. BUiles. l-etla; Marv W. Cora. Ilullil? llle; A. I I la Is. Iriiavllle; Jlr. and i!r. Mllttam 11. Harrison. Russellvfile; Mrs. Kate M. Ktely. Mi- Marvin CallK ciaamn- lfcrnanl Asman. M. D Iuiztllle; Ernst Burton, John Burton. Eminence; A. IosentUn. Hawcsillle; W. A. 1'erjruscn. Nanale Douglas Fcrtuson, OircnsboTo; Adeline Eostln. tipousvllle- H. M l"oarnoy, Mrs. r. A. Flournoy. Mrs. ;. . F:ouinoy, Mrs. E. 1C. Ellis. IMducah; Mr. and Mrs. - II. Pale. Mrs. Maeale illshtoner. Proi'd, iwe; J. Pat Ott-nK Lucille Clements, Unlrntown. Av'Iillzra Klne. Iratsvill; R. Rudy. A. !. Thirafson. I'aducah. Mm. G. A. ar jeinter. Richmond; Mln little Barnhlll, Mrs. Clare.v-e lilahop. Miss I'earl HUsins. Providence. Ori'lCERS AST) DIRECTOr: EI.ECTKO Aiicor.i Gont Rrcrilrrs Thank World's Fair 31an:iKrincnl. The annual meeting of the American Ar.-rora Goat Breeders Assoeialfon Was held yejrtrday in Live-Stock Consrct-s Hall, and 2 board of thirteen directors was'e'ected as follows: N. C. Johnston ot Lawrence, Kas., presides t; Doctor R C Bailey of Sin Jose. Cal.. vice president; John W. Fuiton of Kan-xi3 City, recretarj-. and Wiiliim C Hcnricy of Kansas City, treasurer. Resolutions thankinc and commending .the World's Fair management and the Live-stock Dcparjmc'nt for the cfildent and iuttlsfactory manner "In which thei AnBora. Goat Show was conducted were. pasi-ca, . . Reception Xar ICnlIifM f Cfilnmhu The' Gathiitic Womcri'.i Rcnevolent Le sion held an informal reception v-?trday afternoon In the room of the association In theTc-rnic of Fraternity at thi? World's' Fair. The arraiicemcnts lor the reception were In the hands of Mrs. .L. P. Skeily of New Ycrk. ,who It rrerernttn" the a-o-ciation In SL Tais. The ocas,on for the reception was? the presence hi SL Jvsuia of the raemier 'f the order of tlie Knights of Columbus, who celebrated Knlsthts of Co'umhus Dav at thi) Fair yesterdHy; The reception was at'cralcil uj- several hundred tiest and mot enjoyable of the many re ceptions Riven to the D. A. R.s and their distinguished president". Tbc buildins was artistically decnrntetl in the colors of the DauEhters blue and white. Mrs. He-iter II. Barahart. the eharming hostess of the Casino, erected the guests as they entered the building, -living each 1 SU'.-t a personal welcome. It v.as sin.-tlv a f. A. R. affair, as ordy members or that society were prcvent. It wa- p-rh.ips the most seclnsive reception of the week. Several hundred Idi-s were present: am; Senator F. JI. Cockrell hon ored tne ladies with his presence. RECEIVING LINE. in the receiving line were: Mrs. T. B. Tomb, blue silk lace and dia monds. Mrr. Charlc- W. Fairbanks, white point Ijce over white taffeta. Mrs. Jehn II. Waikcr. Kansas Citv. white satin and chiffon. Mrs Marv S. Lockwood. Washington. D. C. gray crepe de Chine, and pale blue. Mrs. O. J. Hodce of Ohio, cream crepe de rhino and Cluny lace. Mrs. Wa'laee Delafield. white organdy and Valencienne lace. Mr-s Itirhard -Yates, violet nlneaDnle tis sue over white -in;. lace bertha. Mrs. i-.. h. walker, black lace over black silk. Mrr. f. V. Hicl:ox. white point d'esprit over IJrod"n silk. Mrs. Daniel Boone, black velvet rose point lace bertha. .Mrs. W. K. Bradbury, blue taffeta and IKiint lace. -Mrs, R. T. Tustin, black satin. "Mrs. Suzah Iiw'reiice Dana, while satin ar.'l lace. Mrs. Wiilism Gano Harbesnn. white silk L lace and hand embroidery. Sir1. Alma G. Harbeson. white silk and Cluny lace. Mrs. Archibald Morris, black and white silk mull. Mrs. Thomas S. Ridjre, Kansas City, white. Mrs. H. J. S. Pcelv. Oriental lace robe over white .vilk. AMONG THE CHESTS. Amons those present were: Mr?. Hester H. Barnhart. hostess of the Casino, becomingly gowned in a dainty creatlon of white ergandy and -Valenciennes lace. Mrs. John Jannopoulo wore a handsome gown of pale blue hand-embroidered Lroadcloth. M.rs. J. C Fisher, white striped silk, bertha of duchessc. Mrs. E. A. Smorcly. Springfield. II!, white voile over taffeta. Mrs. Edwin S. Walker, state vice re gent. Illinois, black lace over white silk. Mrs-. L. C. Reilly. blue silk. Mi-s?, Charlotte Mae Flynn. Burlington, la., .gray silk. Mrs; Mary T. Neeld. black and white Jlsse. ' Mrs. "E. B. Howard, black threats lace over taffeta. Mrs. W. P. Hazzard, black crepe de Chine. llRf. Alary Dorr!?, black net. spangled over viplet silk. Mrs. Andrew Marshall. Nashville, black chiffon. Mrs. Mary B. liotchkiss. black silk and Iace.- Jlrs. Vermont Goodwlne, cream crepe de untno ana lace. Mrs. Eben 0Ic0tt. qray voile over si!k. Mrs. D. Sommen Wilson, black silk. Mrs. H. D. Plttman. black lace over taffeta: pearl necklace. Miss Anne Davis. Harrodshurg. black Mrs. William Van Dyke, black and white stilt mull. Mrs. W. T. Adair of Chicago, black lace over white taffeta Mrs- Frank Carmack. blue lace over white taffeta. Mrs Robert Bia-hop, Kansas City, brown taffeta. .Mrs. J. K. Davidson, black voile and Irish. Mrs. H. J. Seeley, Kansas City, white brocade and chiffon. .Mrs. Edward F. Jackson, champagne si IK. Mrs. A sillk Mrs. M. Good Wolfe, silk lace roe and white. Mrs. W. O. Bickley, heliotrope satin and white luce. Miss Cornelia Clay. Washington. D. C, black silk. Mrs. J. R. Mellon. Philadelphia, white. Paris muIin and lace. .Mrs. M. A. Lawrence. Sprinfield, III., black silk. Mr?. E. E. Prtrker. black and white silk. Mrs. M. P. Moody, black chTon over white silk. Mrs. A. E. Relon, gray crepe and point. Miss Stella Wade, white crepe de Chine and lace. Miss Alma Gas. Jefferson City, white liberty satin ami lace. Miss Lily S. Clarke. Washington. D. C. champagne crepe de Chine and lace. Mr. M. M. Davl". Oakland. Cal.. black voile over silk. Mrs. Jerome D. Eubank. Kansas City, whire oriranrile and Valenciennes lace. Mrs. SI. A. Potter. Kansas City, white chiffon and lace over taffeta. Miss Anna Lou Porter. Dresden organ dy. Mrs. II. IS. Taylor. Springflelu. HI., black brocade and thread lace; white rose point bertha. Miss Lillian Curtis. Massachusetts, gray veil and lace of taffeta. Mis9 Nellie B. Stone. Washington. D. C. black chiffon over silk. Mrs. Charles II. Terry, black and pur ple silk. Mrs. M. It. Tullocli. Washington. bUck point d'esprit over silk. Mrs. A. R. Bedlc, 'New Jersey, pearl gray satin and diamonds. Mrs. Ella C. Richard. Massachusetts. Mack spangled net over black silk. 'Miss Sue S. Cotton. Maryland. ro voile and white lace. Mrs. B. B. Pratt. Massachusetts, gray voil over silk. , . , .Mrs. Andrew Rcttsmith of Virginia, voile crepe; and lace. Mrs. B. B. Corkrell. white point lace over white chiffon and silk. EAGLE SKINS PRESENTED. Mr?. Charles W. Fairbanks, president general of the Daughters of the Ameri can Revolution, received, yesterday after noon, several valuable eagle Hcins from Mrs. Alice Palmer Henderson, who was one of the members of the International Jury of Awards in Ethnolosy. The presentation took place at the recep tion given in honor of Mrs. Fairbanks at the Kentucky building. Mrs. John N. Booth, regent of the St. Louis chapter, stood at the head of the receiving line, and next to her was Mrs. Fairbanks, and then Mrs. Daniel Mannlns. Others In the line were Mrs: Wallace Delaficld. Stale regent for Missouri; Mrs. Adlai Stevenson, former vice president jjcneral; Mrs.- Western Bascome, vice State regent for Missouri; Mrs. John R. Waikcr of Kansas City; Mrs. W. D. Par rish. first vice regent SL Louis cnapter; Mrs. Richard s'hapieigh. second vice pies- idcnt: Mrs. Edward F. Finney, recording secretary: Mrs. W. G. Boyd. The guests were introduced by Mrs. James H. Wear, chairman of the Hospi tality Committee, and Mrs. Ben F. Gray, Jr., chairman of the ReceptionCommtttec, ol the SL Louis chapter. Mrs. Fairbanks, the guest of honor., wore a, silk voile sown; Mrs. Daniel Manning, white lace; Mrs. John R. Walker, black net with white lace: Mrs- Wallace Dela fieid. white chiffon; Mrs. James 11. Wear. embroidered lace: Mrs. Dan Nugent. WlM F"lliren!: H.-llrlerenn. Austin. Wlliti silk, with real lace; Miss Ruth Skinnr. I-imrKsas. grav voile. A carnation w-i 'presented to each woman. On one of the tables where Mrs. Fairbanks. Mrs. G. C. Broadhead and Mrs. I.ouis J. Wortham s.ii. was a large bouquet of AmerlCJii beauts roes. CHILDREN FORM NEW ORGANIZATION Daughters of the Louisiana Pur chase KxpoMHon Elect" Officers and Adopt a Veil. ' Rjh! Rah! Re! Who are we? We're the Daughters of the I. P E The Daughters of the I.oui'iana Pur chase Exposition, as the organization of tlie children of Executive Commissioners and other officials at the World's Fair will be known, held its first meeting at the Maine building yesterday afternoon. tho children being the guests of the State Commission. The children adopted a yell, but they promise that harmony shall ever prevail in their ranks, and that their voices shall not be raited for their yell except on-state occasions. Tlie officers elected were: Ruth Win chester, daughter of Colonel A. II. Win chester. Executive Commissioner for ) West Virginia, president: Laura Conaway. daughter cf F. R. Conaway of Iowa, sec retary: Marlon Mounts, daughter of Crm missioner W. L. Mounts of Illinois, vie president, and Dorothy Betts. whoso father is National Commissipner Frederick A. Betts. treasurer. As one of the little ones put it. "We had iust a few officers as we could get along with." The charter members are; Grace and Laura Reeves, daughters of Charles M. Reeves. Director of Domestic Exnloita- f tion: Marguerite Dosch. davahter of Colo nel Henry Dopeii. Commissioner General from the Lewis and Clark Exposition: Elsie and Margery Grahame. who-e father i secretary of the National Commission; Mildred Goodall. daughter of Louis B. Goodall. chairman of the Maine Commis sion, nnd Carrie Farmer, daughter of George R. Farmer of South Dakota. The next meeting will be held at tlie West Virginia building, October 21. WISCONSIN "STALWART" TICKET REMAINS IN FIELD. W. Slayback. black lace over S-ponncr Iriiiseil Its Wltlnlrnrral in Interest of Aallonnl Republican KTectorw Decision Is Wnr. Milwaukee. Wis.. Oct. 1Z The National Republican Stalwart) State ticket, bead ed by former Governor Edward Scofield. will remain In the field. This was ci?clded to-day after a protracted meeting of lead ing Stalwarts from ever' part of Wis consin. Among lhoe won took part In the con ference were Senator John W. Spooner. former Governor Edward Scofielti and former Governor W. II. L'pham. Senator Spooner. It is said, was in favor of withdrawing the ticket in the interest of the national and congressional ticket.'. Mr. Scooner left the meeting shortly after he had spoken on the subject. He took this step, he said, sci a? not to embarrass oth ers whose views might be different from hi.-. Before the meeting was adjourned a res olution was passed unanimously In favor of the ticket being kept In the field. BAILEY SEEKS TO RECOVER STATE TREASURY SHORTAGE " '' badge if honor, the "nutmeg" will take first place at the World's Fair to day, for Connecticut will observe its State day Ci-'.-irst'on. From WSO a. m., when the celebraticn begins with the departure of the Gov ernor's party from the Washington Hotel, until after the reception In the evening, the day will lie a particularly busy one. After the review of the parade, in which will be the Governor's Foot Guards and the Governor's Horse Guards and other troops, the exerclss will take place .it the Connecticut house at 12:SJ o'clock. General Charles Phelpp will be the pre siding olfiror. After a prayer by the Rev erend Doctor Watson L. Phillips, ad- dres.-es of welcome will be delivered by Muyor Roila Wells. Governor Dockery and 'resident Francis. Addres-s wjil also be made by Frederick A. Betts. Na tional Commissioner from Connecticut; Frank L. Wilcox, the President of the Connecticut Commission, and Governor Abiram Chamberlain. Dinner will be served in a tent in the rear of the Connecticut Pavilion at 1-Ju. The Governor's stair and the Connecticut troops will march to the Administration building at 3 o'clock, and there v.-il! be a maneuver by the troops, while Governor Chamberlain bears the respects of the State of Connecticut to President Francis. The Hoard of Lady Managers will give it reception to th- Governor's party and ctate troops between 4 and 5 o'clock, and from S to 11 o'clock, a reception will be tendered to Governor and Mrs. Chamber lain at the Connecticut house. Professor Vennor Edison Hcnshic. a pi anist, will give a recital at the Illinois building this afternoon, assisted by Milton Gilbert Lutz. a. violinist. Both are from Springfield. Mrs. William I.arrabee. wife of former Governor Larrabee. the president of the Iowa Commission, arrived testcrdav at Clermont, and will spend the remainder of the term of the Exposition at the World's Fair. Mrs. W. H. Bailey, chair man of tlie Woman's auxiliarv of the Iot.-i Commission: .Airs. H. J. Howe of Marshalltown. and Colonel Swalm. the Consul for the United States at South Hampton, and Mrs. Swalm. are als-o guests at the Iowa building. J. A. Filcher and Frank Wiggin. the California Commissioners, hai'e been ap pointed by Governor Pardee as delegates to the Transmlssissippl Commercial Con gress. In response to the inltatIon issued by Mrs. Fremont Gcodwine and Mrs. Eben H. Wolcott. the hostesses of the Indiana building, several hundred women attended Mayor Maybury. Members of Hoard of Commerce and City Officials Arrive at Fair.- Detroit Day will be ee'ebrated to-dav by at least 3.tt persons at the Michigan State building. Governor Aaron T Bliss and hl staff. .Mayor William C. Maybury of Detroit. Police Commissioner Fowie. many memfc"m of the Detroit City Coun cil and a delegation from the Board of Commerce, together with other prominent nfficials. will be present and participate in the day's ceremonies. Word has been received that the rail roads have l-vcn widely advertising thf day by means of large posters M.itfred throughout the urban sections of D'trnit S?v ral j-reci-il excursion trainrt huve al- 1 ie;tjy been chartered, two of them le'n j u.eii b;, rival Detroit newspapers, caeh of ' wnirn win seno iowp a large u.-iegiii)ii. 1 g Thl'ty-eiglit members of thr IJefo - 1 I'nanl of Commerce came on a spreia train, among them being J. I HuiN-w pre:fnt: George H. Barbour, vice presi dent: I c. Waldo, treasurer; Mas Bar tholnrr.aoj. R. K. Bulger. Michael Hernnan. F. W. Brooks. R. N. 1 'Oliver. Jaraes E. Danaher II. G. Field. Jacob S. Feirr-nd Frank Fii'-r. W. J. Fisher, i: V.'. G.ird- r C. A. Grlnneil. W. V H.innan. R. Helsxr J. c Hiuchin. I. II Jone--". W R Kale-. C. W. Koteher. II JI. Leland. Als Me Pherson. William c Mavbury. "lioma Nenl. Hugh O'Connor. W. B Pinlridge A. F. Peck. William A. Petzold. Theodore E. Qulnhy. George H. Rusel. E. II. S!o man. J. G. Standart. David Stotr. R. B Tnnnililll V T T,. .. T r TC'l.t.,,.,,, ., T AV. r ttnfkUffe. I Governor IIMss ami th lirhlirrin Cot- i mission will nte"tafn at lunch on a 1 thi- ..ftf-Toon th foWoTvxns mtnb-3s of the IVrnit U.iv .omrn:tF--: J. I Hud- o Georse H drhcur. Geors II. Uu-I J f. ffutchln.-. Michael Hr'-nnun. Alix M" Phcrscn. f C. WaMo. Hurh OTonnor. U G. FicM ami f. Radellff. A ?pciaUv in tercet Ins: f-aturo of t Iay!s oxerri?? -?.-in h the uIdnj.. l-n French hv Doctor Daniel I-a Fo-t of De troit, unlformtd a a C-uIilLic Guirr vhlch was th historic orcan'zatlnn ai inc nt! nrotpctinjr thf Catholic prie-; px-plon-r who founded Detroit. FcIIo-Alnc I the projrrammp of the hr'? escrrls'-s: Readlr- cf Havor's prcrLimatlcn hv M-l-refterlrk B. Smith. president. Slichixio 1orld"5 Kalr "oranisflon. "aP to order .ind pre?-nta:kn of chairman thr H-noratte William C. Mn.ur. Maror cf Detroit Crret'ns tr St Iviia bv the chairman RfFpnnc bv PtrrlCtnl Franl .!.lr. The. p!ac of fvtraft mon-r th CItlea of t"n Union." DivM K. H-Inenidn, chairman. virimon Council trmmltte. Duft, "The Secret rf Hunk-r Mill " It f ex pertrI to fcae Harold Jjrvl and Homer Wa, -ren. Aclrfre. "Th- rommrc'I Jnt-rrst? of Ie trolt." J. U Hu.Ifon. pnsMent. Detroit Iloanl of Commerrp AdfJrees. "Ill'torlc Detroit." nirhard H. El liott. hlnortrcraphiT of Detroit. AtHr's. "The Fri nch Repin: It? rrnuncnt EfTects" In th French Iinruaaei. Doctcr Dan iel La. Fert. In ur?If-rm cf Cadillac. 'nnz. "La il2rrfl!fll?e." .Address. "Educational Detroit" W r Mar tlndale. frup-rln'fndnt, Detroit rubllc Jvhocln. Addre?. "Fatare D"troft." Rrse F Men- achan. snral coanjel. Detroit Tolic Depart- I mr.t. I i He rrrtmrnv it "ir?e bIIB ?in:c? Atafr- Ica." I A Souvenir Spocn of i.'nre Beauty j ThorouRhly j err. .. matical t o St. I.ouis j and the L World's Fair, i Our own ex clusive t!o i.n and not on salr pny v. c - r c. - Slctlir.'Sitvar, $1.75 Sterling Silvar ar.2 Geld Eswl, S2.00 Go Id SayI snd itneUdKinilB $2.50 Other SflDianfr Sposns, and up. ,'-j- HESS & GULBERTSON JEWELRY CO., Gorner Six'ii sni Locost Streets. miS BUM S!5?5ATyRE CONVENTIONS WILL BEING ONE THOUSAND DELEGATES. S. SUARAKTggS IBEWAREOF 'JUST AS GOODS' Iusnr.-ince Agrent. Librarians nnd Hanker. Will Hold ,i'.;on at In- .Iile Inn clt We.Ii. Two national an.J one State crganiza- (ho cam rlrl nlv.n y... l i.. I """ """-"-''- " uic urBUUIUI, Irene of Kansas City at the Indiana" Pa-I of nest v-'k- Headquarters for all' will virion yestercay aiternoon. The New Tork State Commiision will Stvo a musicale at the New Tork build ing; from 4 to 5 Saturday afternoon, to which 50) card3 have been sent out. The members o? the National Commission, the foreign and State commissioners and St. Louis society people will be present. Mar quis de Souza C'ontinto. the Portuguese barytone; Miss Rudolph Aronson. a New York soprano, and Mrs. Nellie Allen Hes senbrueh, planiste, will appear. The American Street Railway Associa tion give an informal dance and reception at the New York State building to-morrow-eveniPK at 9 p. m. I The Official German Wine Hestanrant Run In connection -or'th German Govern ment building; 'est aide of Cascades. Best service and cuisine Finest Wines. Man agement of Kons-Pf,nning, of Renin. DEDICATES .MARCH TO AMERICA. sczibers cf the order and thcir.friends,, I brown' and white lace; Mrs. Adlai Stev i:vldene Collected liy Slnlc Acennnt Hnl Plnrril in lite Hands of At torney General Coleman. Topeka. Kas., Oct 11 To-day Governor Bailey turned the evidence collected by State Accountant Rowctt, showing short ages in the State Treasury"- over to At torney Generl Coleman, and instructed him to take such legal action as is neces sary to recover the shortage. On the twelve counts so far examined the shortage aggregates over S7). of which SZW) has recently been mysterious-ly turned Into the treasury. Most of the bal ance dates hack to the Grimes adminis tration, when the present Treasurer wa3 Assistant State Treasurer. ASYLUM OFFICIALS INDICTED. Arc Accused of Hellinjr Supplies to the Institution. Hopkinsville. Ky.. Oct. VL The Grand Jury to-day returned indictments against Superintendent Jlilton and nearly all the Commissioners and Board OlF.cers of the Western Kentucky Asylum for the Insane, for malfeasance in office. Several of the Commissioners are charged with selling sippl!ef to the asy lum In violation of the statutes. The in dictments were secured by former First Assistant Physician W. A. Lackey, who resigned last week under pressure. Doctor Lackey was Indicted for assault and battery upon a lunatic when acting as superintendent. o Consent to Iece's 3lnrrlno;e. The good offices of Assistant Warrant Officer Fred Kickeisscn were employed vc-aterday In securing the consent of Isa dor Wc-isa of No. 21 North Seventh street to th marriage ot nts niece, icella Weiss, to Charles Weiss. The uncle consented and the couple were married soon after-. wards Dy ttaooi apiiz. cnanes is engaged In the restaurant business at No. 12S Hal Ftead street. Chicago, and he intends to depart Immediately for his home, taking hl.i bride with him. He came here intend ing to be married, but the uncle objected until Charles Weiss threatened to get a warranL r Indian Bnn'il on Tnnr. The Indian Band departed last night for a four weeks tour through Iowa. Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota. The band is composed of thirty pieces, under the direc tion of Lem H. Wiley, and has been at th Fnlr nince the opening". After the tour the band will return to the Fair to re main until the cIofc. be at the Inside Inn. Thi National Fire Insurance .50nts. including 3V insurance "men from all parts of the country, will hold their first ses sion in one of tiic-;Inn...r-arIors from 2 until 3 o'clock Monday afternoon. The Amerit nr. IJbrar..- Association will hold a picliri.fii..ry raeetirg in tae hotel McnSav evenii:. It is "xpectej that 3.j persons inter-ted in library work in America will attend. Tues5ay. October IS. the Illinois Sink ers come- to ibe Inside Inn for .1 three- day convention. Headquarters will be es tablished at the hotel, and meetings will be held nt vanous places- on ?he rrounds The bankers" convention will bring .". of the wealthiest men in the State to the Fair. GENERAL OF FRANCISCANS. TWO NOTED FKKXCIPIFA IlEnE. Conipnffltion by Leader nt Rerlin Ilnnil nt the Fnlr Winn Applnnse. Franz von Blon. leader of the Berlin Band, now playing at the Exposition, Is a composer of a march, specially written for the Exposition audiences, named "Flag of Friendship." and dedicated to the Ameri can people. The kindly sentiment meant to lie expressed bv the composer In the march is the joining of the German and American flags In a frienedly spirit. At every rendition .of the march it. wins rounds of applause. The German band numbers fifty-five members, who have been playing together as an organized body since 1S3I. and will remain at the Exposition until the last week of the Fair. Prince lie Beam 1m a Descendant nt Hie- IJnlicx of Gascony. Two attaches of the French Embassy at Washington. D. C. the Prince de Beam and Captain Fournier. arrived in St, Louis yesterday to visit the World's Fair. They will be the guests of the French Commis sioners during their stay in St. Louis. The Prince de Beam is the head of the De Beam family which Is? descended from the Dukes of Gascony. who played a prominent rcie in the history" of Franc1. Besides his French nobility the Prince Is a grandee of Spain, which honor was con ferred on the family during the time of the First Crusade. His family has at all time been high In the councils of state. Captain Fournier is a traveler of note, having toured ail over the far East, rs well as the Americas. The Keverend Father Dominick Heater Is Promoted. REPUBLIC STECIAL. Trenton. N. J.. Oct. Ii The Reverend Dominick Rcuter. who lias been- ap pointed Genera! of the Order or St. Fran els, lias risen rapidly in that order, ow ing to his, scholarly qualifications and re markable attainments. In March of this year he was called from Trenton tc- Rome to take the office of Procurator General of the Friars' mi--.er conventuals. The office placed him next to the Lighcst in the Franciscan crder. and it had been tilled by Italian rriests for nearly JCO years. Father Renter was- bom in Germany December 5. 1556. He went to New Yorlc with hs parents, and later moved to Al bany. He made his profession In the Or der of St. Francis, May 7. 1ST;. and was ordained a priest July 3. ISiL Father Rcuter finished his college course at the St. Francis College in this city. He Later entered the univtrsity at Tnnisbruck. Aus tria, wrier" he took his degrees. He returned to America in 1S5L and be came regent of studies and rectcr of col leges. A few years la;cr he went to Italy ami became papal confessor at Lorettb and, afterward? at St. Peters. Rome. Fa ther neuter ittrirned to America In IS?) and assumed the. rectorship of St. Fran cis College, where hr has been until March, with the exception of one vear IS" when he was stationed at Syracuse. Five years ago lie became secretary and Assistant Provincial of the Franciscans. "fcesrr.. 'rliool Trnclier Rnlibrtl. Nina, Bortaick, :i negres" school teach er, living at No. 23) Scott avenue, wai held up "and roi.ted. List night "near Ran- -doiph street and Scott avenue hv art on--identified negro. The man grabbed iher. pocketbook. which contained and some' " change. . Gunrdinns Clnlm .illoneil. Probate Judju Crews yesterday allowed the claim of A. R. Beacon and A. W. Lambert for tlZ.Cff tor their tervices in managing the. estate of John D. W. Lam bert, a minor, whose guardian they arc. They have had charge of the estate since June, 1S26.. . ; I When I I Jhis . I I tou 1 I See I 1 Remember 1 I Uneeda Biscuit jj 1 I " j J I NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY " I ' t ikx v AflL i v -I '4 n '-3 3 m f fe P IV 11 IfeSSfciSaS-illf s3 mMG&mzzzeJ-', j-32fe.r&A 't--sFQ&frg. g.-?i,-3iiZi- --?y yfiU.... fA-c py.1-2e !.Tv. sa? ,-. v --j't,-r-tiri,. -liyjr-rH