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c -iZY&& " -v- rc''-",-"' itg&-S'',C'i v'-5?-" THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. OCTOBER 25,, 1904. va; mi ScH ,f "11 -5 INTRODUCTORY SALE IN SPECTACLES. OT tke palest 2fever-SIIp Sanitary Guar RUBless Eyeglasses. 7b latrodace this ByegUtt we will sell limited mumber SOLID SO.50 GOLD 4b i Pair REGULAR $3 VAXTJE. SOLO OHXT' BT VS. Ask "to see nr Peer less braid 91.00 EYES EXAMINED FREE BY 'HB IIIIIC BEII I V Who for many years hid entire charge of 1H1 HIMwi nialbkli the optical business of the E. JACCARD JEWKLRYCO. nit. ItEIUY HAS BEK.V IN ST. LOUIS 23 TEARS ni Is assisted by. tka sssst competent, erperleaced aad skilled stasT of optical speclsl- ste laJUBenca Iff I flHf I CV At preseat de ef tke Bowler OpktaabBo- aftmi Wis f nnbki logical vouegei HflHTCftCal For 'onrteea yean with two of the oldest If Hi WW In I sIISnj esuousaea optical Bouses la St. loois. I.J ftCCCClIB I flBCIttn nc DECn Formerly vrttfc the- Ma rslHr iiWWlWII'liWIIIanaiW lln.hlf Genera Optical Co. NOW WITH THE CHAS. 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TI SWEOME WITH CAMCEJL TRPnilwr Philadelphia Pastor Creates Stir by Attack on President's" Orthodoxy. REPUBLIC SPECIAL, Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 21 The Rever end George Bell, pastor of Patterson Memorial Church of this ctt caused a stir at the meeting of Presb tcriau min isters to-day by an attack on the ortho doxy of President Roosevelt. Subsequent ly, while excitement was at a high pitch, the minister withdrew his objectionable remarks. It was after a paper on "Why the Church Falls of a Great Revival" had been read that Mr. Bell arose and startled his hearers with these -words: "When President P.ooseelt was Chief of the New York Police Department ha did all In bis power to suppress tho liquor traffic and to stamp out evil. In his re cent letter of acceptance of the nomina tion from his party, he said not a Tiord against liquor. I do not think, therefore, that President .Roosevelt is a Christian. He Is not proving himself such." "I object; I object to such a statement before this body about Roosevelt," ve hemently interrupted the Reverend Chas. Kevin. "Well," declared the Reverend Mr. Bell In softer tones, "I shall modify my re marks somewhat by saying that such men (referring to Roosevelt) do not prove by their acts at all tln.es that they are Christians." "That's better: that's better," remarked many who were present. "There's no reason for saying that about our Presi dent." "This is not the place for such talk," all agreed. HIGGINS PRELIMINARY TRIAL POSTPONED TO WEDNESDAY WOMAN'S HOME CO)vWSION The Thanksgiving and Election number is on sale to-day. A magazine that goes into half a million homes, and is welcome in every one. Entertaining, companionable, helpful to all its readers men, women and children between two and three million of them who regard this periodical as their ideal. In contents, illustrations and execution the Woman's Home Companion stands first and highest in their estimation. The November Number is exceptionally timely in its articles and artistic in its "illustrations. You will be glad ofacopy indeed, must have one." There are niany things in it for you. Thoughtful readers will find in this number not only an absorbingly interesting story of the spectacular career of Sully, "King of Cotton, but a most startling revelation of the planters' "Crime Against the Cotton-Seed." But for Sully's marvelous warning the cotton supply of the world might have deteriorated more than it actually did ami may yet if the lesson passes unheeded. Busy housekeepers, upon whose shoulders rests the responsibility for preparing the great feast of the year, will give joyful wel come to the ten prize recipes for old-fashioned Thanksgiving dinners. From these recipes, many of them handed down through generations of New England or Southern families, many a famous dinner of olden times, toothsome and abundant, may be duplicated. GOULD INTERESTS TAKE CONTROL (Jc-.iaa 'li t 'IS Dr. Lyon s ''. PERFECT Tooth Powder M ELEGANTT01LET LUXURY Md by people of refinement r.OTsr.a quarter of a century $ PRIPARIS BY '&: - y - ' LOOK INTO CONDITION OFTHE PIMA INDIANS. "raisslsslaasr Jmh r Fresl- ;remt IaTMtlata Mlastoauiss CT aasM sL Km An atarrlac. S?$ jrawkteton. Oct. K-CommlMfanw ef -f;Ialaa Affair W. A. Joats, at tha sjs- r-lIJ.Tes.Ta ,Wsshmrton to-morrow for Alisons i jEto 'ytnoftalljr arettliTita the asesrtionj j"whm Bbtw dmb reoenuy mad try an or- oC missionaries, to the street t(u laiuasn assisoi. ins mu uuoai rAnso&a.ara inintaxrinc eonoltlon. s'"sa . usilaws wot prsisrreq some ICS, Ul b prsfsrred ittianonar Joaes IBU wut frosa California, ,whsr h had wsMui afo, asd CbmndsaTpner Jo: , ntmatosaa-for 'the Indian Bureau, made .an lnvsstlxitlon which resulted in iW i)PW:or rMsBt tall ehafaes. r, th' missionary assocla- issnn lis -ensraea BAbMM appealed direct to President irMU , tBViur that omethltur be iswaawSUtalr to ' alleviate theallefed vat puna Indians or Arisona. t'thls.urent .rsousst.. Pres- ItOoaeTalt has directed Commlsslon nss to proceed at trace to Arltona heronahir' look Into tha condition of wawntHwi,ehe nttlon-wward -, f . F?-Z- -r .i tDURTOJEECTS A MISTAKE. ptlUniedAnthorlxing llus- ?$ t- jrefreeaoiBeneuonas. liMtioee;Io:'T.. Oct 3ti-The Court tHkWltRP'I)Istrlct has Issued a dr ras waiaarmnf xn city or uusKOKsa to LilssoeCMiOJOworth of bonds for the ex Ltettsloa of waterworks and sewers. L' These, bonds- were voted, advertised for eslsjv-aeld-andvtho "bond company -pur- eaasmt tnem.waa ready .to turn over the , when Jt .u disfiovprAfi th. u. ;cecree aumonxing the issue had never kewB aattt, owing to'as'overslxht'on the :!;; As .soon.es-the discrepancy was dls- L eerered the court Issued the decrte. Hew HesUtqaJirters la Xnalcocee. mSl Maskocee, I. Tn Oct. Jt Tho Hammond VJFMBtBs; DMnpeay has established gener- id WUI for all Terrlnr- L.wyajHiBiisaa i rrss aere-.iruixnrfiix- ?rUetr branch houses In operation In the eiemuny meaoonea. In Charge of Property Containing 15,000 Acres of Coal Land With Annual Tonnage of 2,500,000. At a, meeting; of the boards of directors of the Pittsburg- Terminal Coal and Ball road and West Bide Belt Railroad com panies at Pittsburg:, yesterday, the following- offlcers were elected to be in charge of the two companies: Joseph Ramsey Jr., president: J. W. "Patterson, vice president; W. O. Bock, secretary and assistant treasurer; H. B. Henson, treasurer. The following; have been elected directors of the companies; Pittsburg- Terminal and Railroad Com pany George J. Gould, Edwin Gould, J. Ramsey Jr., B. T. Jeffrey, J.'W. Patter son, W. D. Holliday, -J. T. Walsh", 'W. G. Rook, Charles "Donnelly, P. F. Nicols, T. N, Barnsdall, William Flynn. West Side Belt Railroad Company George J. Gould, Edwin Gould, J. Ram sey Jr., E. T. Jeffrey, J. w. Patterson, W. D. Holliday, J. T. Walsh, Charles Don nelly, F. M. Osborne, T. N. Barnsdall, F. F. NICOla. With this election, the Gould Interests are placed In charge and control of prop erty of Inestimable value to the Wabash. The Pittsburg Terminal Railroad and Coal Company consists of twenty-three miles of belt railway, extending- from the Ohio River on the southwest to the Clair ton Bteel Works on the Monongahcla River, and 15.000 acres of coal land. With seven new mlnlnjr plants, having an out put of 1600,009 tons annually. This property, with the West Bide Belt Railway, from which spurs are to be built to sevsral of the large steel plants, will, under the agreement made with the Car negie Bteel Works, supply an enormous tonnage, thereby Justifying the large ex penditures made by tha Wabash In enter-ug-lttabnrgv B. G. A W. Kleetfoa. Salt lake City, Utah, Oct. .-At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Rio Grande and Western Railroad, held here to-day, all the old directors were re elected. Including E. H. Harrlman. This disposes of the rumor - that an effort would be made to oust the Harrlman In terests from the directorate of this Gould road. The meeting of the Board of Di rectors will take place Is New Tork In about two weeks. r May Hot Coatrot Santa Fe. Topeka, Kas, Oct. Ii It Is regarded as practically settled that the Harrlman In terests will not secure control of the Banta Fe directorate at the stockholders meeting- In this city next Wednesday. General BollcHor Kenna. says It may be possible"1 for Harrlman to secure control, DUiha.tJthe present directors expect to be chosen again. TO VISIT CHESLEY ISLAND. Plans to Dispose of Garbage Are Progressing Bapidly. President Phillips of the Board of Pub lic Improvements and Street Commission er Varrelman will visit Cbesley Island, to make further arrangements for disposing of the garbage, when it.ls removed there after November 15. They will leave on the harbor boat Mark Twain at S o'clock to- mnrrair momlDF. from the fOOt Of MaT- -ket street and will return In the after noon. - President Philips says that the work of arranging the details for the new place Is progressing rapidly and that there will be no doubt of the city's readi ness to handle Its own garbage after the Butler contract has expired. Dodsoa Bimma "Wlm Grand Prise. Dodson-Braun Mfg. Co.. St Louis, were awarded Grand Prise highest award for their famous Cupid Brand Pickles and other goods, at the Louisiana. Purchase Exposition. Calbersom WW Go to Indiana. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Washington,' Oct. St Senator Culberson was In the city to-day. He will leave in a day or two for Indiana, where he will make several epeechesi Former Representative Toder of Ohio will leave to-morrow ,for New Philadel- ghla, O. He will make two speeches dally l the Seventeenth Ohio District In fxior of the election of J. E. Hearst. theDezno cratlc nominee. The Republican nominee In the Seventeenth District 13 M. I F. Smyser. who lives at Wooster. Identity of the Man "Who Mysterious ly Attended Mrs. Thomaison at , Her Home Established. Peoria, Oct H. The preliminary hear ing of Richard Hisglns, charged with the murder of Mrs. Nellie Thomasson, has been postponed until 2 o'clock Wecines day aftemron. This action was taken at the request of both the State and the de fense. A witness to the alleged assault by Richard Hlsglns, in the person of Conrad Suit, almshouse keeper of Marshall Coun ty, has been found. He was peering through the door of the waiting-room when the affair took place. The mystery concerning the Identity of the man at the Taylor residence at Lacon was cleared up In a statement made by Mrs. Taylor, mother of Mrs. Thomasson, this forenoon. The man Is George Gele wlcks of Tiskilwa. 111., a real estate dealer. wiiu uueu wsuea at ner nouse. Mrs.' Taylor said that Gelewicks had an appointment with Mrs. Thomasson at her houso at 30 Saturday evening. "When-Mrs, Thomasson arrived so seri ously injured, he remained with her. He stayed at the house all night and left Sun day nf ternoon at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Taylor denied strenuously that there was any trouble at her house. She declares that all Mrs. Thomasson's Injuries were received In Peoria, and that her daughter said that Hfo-irtn. neaottitAt rher. - Gelowlcks is said to be a private detec tive and the residents of Xacon assert that Mra, Thomasson frequently engaged In this work, "Officers are now trying to locate her. Should Higglns senior have come to the city yesterday and have quietly disap peared It Is taken by friends of the family to mean that be does not Intend to come to the rescuo of his son. Efforts are now being made to determine definitely wheth er he was in Peoria or not The Higglns family, however, declared this morning that he was not at home, and that they had heard nothing from him. The neighbors, among them Thomas Loughlln, assert that Higglns, Sr., was seon entering the front door of his home Sunday morning. Efforts to get the members of the fam ily to cither Epeclllcally affirm or deny this story were unavailing. Ther refused to talk concerning the matter, further than to say that they did not know where he Is. SOUTHERN WOMEN FORM CLUB Dixie Daughters the Name Kew York Organization. of vwv -J Sale Ten Million Boxes a Year. swsgi CAWPT CATHAKTIC-a, fwftiwMwHHHHiHjHHK' j. - ,. r- ' .TStisst.' REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New Tork, Oct 21 A now social and literary club, which has for Its objects the promotion' of social relations , among Sovthernen lri. this" city, andl'the study of Southern .literature', -has been formed. It Is known as the Dixie Daughters Club. The moving spirit Is Mrs. Halite Mllburn Dunklin of No. 21 West One Hundred and Sixth street Mrs. Dunklin is a former president of the Texas Woman's Press Association. and Is the only woman who has ever owned and tdlted a dally paper In that State. Sho Is the former owner of the Dailv Telephone, one of tha largest Texai afternoon papers published at Waco. These Dixie Daughters expect In no way to encroach on the rights of the Daughters of tho Confederacy, but ore a club within this body, so to speak, as most members of the new organization are also U. D. C. members. Mrs. Jefferson Davis Is honorary presi dent' Mrs. Dunklin is president The headquarters of the Dixie Daughters is in the Red and White Room of the Hotel Astor, where the next meeting will bo held November 11. CHARGED WITH STEALING GAS. Saloonkeeper Arrested on Com plaint of Upstairs Roomer. Robert A. Agnew, a saloonkeeper, at No. KG Hamilton avenue, was arrested last night' by Deputy Sheriff Edward Noonan on a warrant charging Agnew with steal ing 1,000 cubic feet of gas, valued at It Louis Tost who has rooms above Agnew's saloon, had tha warrant sworn out He charged that Agnew used gas from a burner connected with Tost's meter In the cellar. Tost Is a vegeta rian, and some time ago prepared an ar ticle on living cheaply, tho police say. Agnew claims that tho action of Tost Is the result of spite. "HOPPING" TRAINS WAS FATAL George Senkey, 13, Loses Life Un der Car Wheels. While trying to board a freight train which was crossing South Broadway at Tcsson street George Senkey, 13 years old, living at No. 7SS9 Water street was killed yesterday afternoon. Ho tried to jrain on one of the cars. Imt slipped and fell to the ground. A braKo -Dcam strucK mm as it passed, crushing his skull. Tho body was re moved to his heme and tho Coroner noti fied. KENTUCKY COLLEGE BURNS. Professor and Students Lose All Their Personal Effects. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Cairo, I1L, Oct 34. Blandville College of Kentucky, burned this morning' about o'clock, leaving- but tho brick walls tending". Professor Robinson and fam ily and a few students who boarded with them lost most all their personal effects. They were living In the building, await bur the completion of the dormitory, which Wa almost ready for occupancy. No one waa'senouaur uunreu. -xnara waa no in. i MM.MA m. v .- - - WtPWi.W OT IMWEa . "In Sod-House Land" is a sympathetic picture of the shaggy sod house as it used to stand "on the edge of things" in the rich grassed leagues of the vast, dull toned, clear-skied prairie. Old Ireland s strangest shrine'Saint Patrick's Purgatory," a quaint account of which has been written by Seumas MacManus, will delight all lovers and followers of Saint Patrick. Our short stories are capital. "The Rising Up of Ezzie Wygelia" "when she did rise up she just rose up all over" is a story that will do every one good to read. And "The Girl and the Game" tells in a charming way how "the girl" married the man she "could beat 3-up" at golf. Election articles and pictures are of course a marked feature of this number, one of the most stirring of which is an account of "Election Night in a Newspaper Office." "An Election-Day Dinner" is an odd recipe well worked out. Our regular departments, as always, full of good features. Mrs. Sangster s Thanks giving talk will help to find new causes for thanksgiving; "Fads and Frills of Fashion" treats of "adjustable things," and is particularly for the girl who has to depend upon her own ingenuity; "Children's Fashions;" "Photo Contest:" "Home Training of Children" practical doings of the mothers themselves; while the "Children's Pages, under the conduct of Aunt Janet, will be hailed as joyfully as ever by the youngsters. Ten Cents at Newsdealers Yearly Subscription One Dollar l' Leave order to-day with your newsdealer, or send direct to THE CROWELL PUBLISHING COMPANY Times Building, NEW YORK SPRINGFIELD, OHIO sfyyPS inUl hMIIII bwH I WaVga LflMy TtcSwfP tVawPaWsWaWsV WHwVflSaWaWawr AvWt iKflf HBiBWaWaarm IbbbwIwHJL KsMga jTWaWaS -so WrSsssarmKA V.ViV ' .WW "awTwTll TafHaffi iTaTf aWsWsWsl V X cJ-W. WCTfcgCaJgSWaWTJaWWWa TvTv,rfwsUf7y i glwst-zzzrr3- mil Mj Mr f'li MlUmr "rSwl Wl I ViVAUBWaWaWawHSaaC-! -fcJaSKrl. e3Hr I- ' if M'nsBm The second instalment of The King of Diamonds," a tale by Louis Tracy, author of "The Wings of the Morning," depicts the troubles of a boy made fabulously rich by a meteorite of diamonds. It is a story of such dramatic interest as to make it hard to wait for succeeding chapters. For college girls, in this period of hazing and secret-society initiation, extracts from Martha Cobb Sanford's "Memory-Book" will be a bonanza. Richly illustrated with scenes of college pranks. TaiscNE Building, CHICAGO VISITORS REGISTERED AT STATE BUILDINGS. The following visitors registered at the State buildings yesterday: MIESOURL Oscar C. Fink, Marshall; Mn. It TV. Moore, Brookfield: Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Elledge. Q. H. Hamilton, KertvlU: Mr. W. P. Motley, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L Murphy. Mra. 1. J. IxlihIIi. MUs Elizabeth Landls. Hr. and Mrs. Fred KTMll. jKinsjs City; I Barks, -Sto. OcnBrteve: Gorr.B. llj-att, Adrian; J. E. Brown, Adrian; Mr.' ana Mrs 3, B. Mitchell. R. S. Mitchell. Columbia;' c. E. Johnson.- chas. M. Gay, OHIs Hoirard, James Meyers, Hamil ton; Sir. and Mrs. 11. U. Wilson, Columbia; Mr. and Mrs. W. raids, Ashland; Samb. C Smith, H. M. Smith. O F. Smith, W. B. Smith, M. A. FTatz. spnnefleia; A. D. Klrk patrlck. Ola Hamilton, Kansas city; M. W. Keub. Sadie Ealrd. G. B. Balrd, Lizzie. Balrd, Mary Balrd, James Murphy, Frank; a. Alwood, Trenton; Helen a Bacon, Kansas City: M. Steel, Marlonvllle; Mr. and Mrs. II. a Walker, Earl Walker. Harold Walker, James Edmlstoa, Malcolm Edmlston, 'Walker; J. H. Fuller, Dollls Fuller, MoberlT; Martha, Kestfr aos, Mrs. Mary Sckhard, BoonTllle; Andrew FoIey.Elsbenry; M. F. Hicks. Halll vlllei Perry W. Partes, Charles Banshman, Charlton; Clarence Porter, coaurvllle; D. C GroTe, J. L. Bubanxs, Bertha Orove, Ottenills; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wamer. Jane Wagner, Jcplln; 8. M. Mile. Edna Miles, McFallfKate Ilullxn. Sedalla; Thomas Hunter, Auguit 11 ul Iet. Mary Hullct. Aiburr; Mande Hoirsett. Grace jHorsett, aaleshure; Clarence Wood. J. K. Barry, Bt, Joseph; F. E. Gentry. Webb CTty; Mr. and Mrs. D P. Uoston. KlrksVllle: Ro berta F. Ray, Carroll ton: Louise AxtelL Ai med AztelL Kanns City; A. J. Nt2. M. Olivia KeS, Lulu Netf, Shelbyvllle: a E. Fitch. J R. Bins, IL D Hutu, Lebanon; Louis Blattner, Mrs. A. Blattner. Mrs. B. K. Adams, Miss s. Roth. Cap Girardeau; M. K. Hocker, Battle U Hocker, Peryl Bryan Hocker, Will iam W. Hocker, New Franklin: Mrs. U U. Beasley, St. CUir: Mrs. J. O. James, Boles; M. sunn, ETC. Dunn Mrs. F. H. Suns, New Franklin. ILLINOIS. Arthur Roberts, Mrs. Arthur Roberts, Marlon: Wm. Ross Floyd, Bloomlnston; Lena. Padfleld, Carltnvllle: Bstelle Bloome. ' Nllwood; Mabel Cromer. Mrs. George Cromer, Saranna; Gnuat I. Davis. Mrs. a. I. Davis. Homer; Ross Bartholomew. Vermont ! Mr. MoMackln, George Blum. Savbrook: Ernest E. Olf. Chlcaxo: Katie McQlnley, Chicago; Nellie Rafteiy, El Daro; Joseph McGlnlay. El Daro; George Riley. Wil liam Killlan. Fituneld: Mr. Charles Field, Mrs. Charles Field. Mrs.' W. 11. Denlck. Genera; James R. Hobbs. Jollet; Charles Mantle. Belle- Hoyle. Marietta; B B. Intz, New Philadel phia: Jlary EL Early, OranlteCIty; V. R. Hoff man, Mrs. V. R. Hoftman, Manlto; Milton Mayer. Chicago; II. P. Bledsoe, Warsaw: D. W. Brewster, Emma Glllett, John Telford, Edith Nichols, Genrrteve Shumert, O. W. Howard, Amy Ehnmert, E, H. Hessrlch, East St. Louis- E. H. Loupfe. Mra E. H. Loupfr, Bparu: Harold Schroeppel. Doctor a. H. Schroeppel, Colllnavllle: Arnot Meek. Car rollton; Rufus A. Meek. Carrollton; Oscar Hemplemann, Pana:W. F. Richards. Eprinrneld; Magele Beat, ISioy Rest, Charleston; A J. Desenhardt. Albert Degenhardt. Janus A. Der. enhardt. Alton: Bertba M. Spelbrlnlc, u. D. Foster. Newton: W. B, Bishop, J. B. ToUIn ger. Venice; Ludle EneUV Vasdalla; W. R. Cunningham. West Liberty: S. M. Ross, Qu ito; Harry AusUn, Jacksonville: N. R. Bishop, Mrs. W. It Bishop. Venice: W. J. Zeiss. Mount Pulaski; C. T. McCarty, Bloomlngton; Herman Fletsch. Alma Fletsch. Marguerite Fletsch, Oak Park: J. la Thompson. MurrayvUlej B. O. Wal ter, E. J. EJfTen. Qnlncy; Fred Waltber. Nou wx: Stella Klse. Mattoon; NetUe Mariner, Charles Mariner. Bnshnell; Dan Slater. Mamie Slater. Monmouth; Edwin M. 8. Creder. Streat- or; Charles MoAndrtws. ura. u. w. Andrews, Sprlnglleld: W. H. Phillips, Chicago; Marie Bolln. John Bolln. Decatur: J. F. Parsons. Jol let; J. Marshall Miller. Jacksonville; T. F. Kler man. Mrs. John F. Hard. John F. Hnrd, Chi cago; W. F. Warrick. Mrs. W. F. Warrick. Edna Hansel!. Sheldon; Albert Best, F. IT Tut hill. Mrs F. H. Tnthllf. Chicago; Mary KInner, Ealdle Woods, Alton; Luclls Brown Vandalla. OKLAHOMA. Mrs. Samuel B. Laird. Oklahoma City: II. T. Lonr. Cereal: Mrs. N. E Bond. Oklahoma f Gas Grates To-Da yi Low prices convenient terms rfree service and above all these cool October days eloquently urge upon you tfie wisdom of buying Gas Grates and buying them NOW! Now Is the Time to Learn the Luxury of Gas Grates. NOW! sSsflsSssssssBSssHsssssssHsssssBsVIs ReiEjK3l(v6'tvC3 sBBH sssssssssP&dssSSC m fff?fifc5'J-T- ssssssssBssiCssS $8.00 Each, Payable $2.00 with Order, Balance $2.00 Monthly with Gas Bill. Delivered and Connected Free! I L twiwywiwa ORDER TO-DAY! Delivered and Connected Free! CSIvt Ml AhhlA Wnable. McLdud: Isaac 7f Deck. Lou. Deck. Pond Creek; Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Knott, Shawnee: Charles E. Rohter; El Reno: F. E. CMrkstrom. Blackburn; John Roodhonse. Mr. and Mrs R. H. Wallace, Shawnee; C. M. Lenon, Oklahoma City; Mrs. 8. Epstein. Lawton; Mr. and Mrs George W. Espey. Guy 8. Esper, Capron; H. J. Breck enridre. Pond Creek; Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Morchand, John Marchand, R. V. Marcband, M. A. Marchand, Walter, Era Setchell: Mrs. L 1C. Reynolds. Luther Jones, 8. L. Brutsche, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. lapping. Miss J. Topp ns. ipuur. uKiaci A. Uarbam, Gerome Topples Airs. . Oklahoma C1t; Mr. and Miss A. Htnis, Shawnee; George W. Crook. Sarah Mo. Crook. 3 Hally Allrlch, Crockett: Mr. and Mrs. R. Llpsoomb, Doctor II. C. Moore. Mn. H. sjjeni" TEXAS. Miss IL, C IU. AU,IAE .. . A.UU1C 11 -, XI. , aioorc, carmona; u. n. veoien, u. Home, HlUsboro: O. L. Lltslnrer. C. H Tinkle. Dcnl son; Lizzie Jackson. Hanler Grm-e; Mrs N. Goldstein, Isabel Goldstein, R. Goldstein. Dal las; Gladys McDonalil Houston: J. R. Kilts, Dolly Ball, Sherman: II. W. Long and family, Hcuston: Mr. snd Mrs T. P. Mnlkey, Fort Worth; J. M. CarrolL Edna May Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Williams. Waco- Mrs. J. n. Brlcgs. Miss Raymond Briggs. Dsllas; Thomas Cole, Temple; June P. Miller, Chlco. TENNESSEE. Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Winkler, Edith Winkler. M. J. NeeL Memphis: Jos. J. Wiley, Wood- burr: Annie V. De Forde, Mm G. C De Fordo. Mrs. B. C. De Forde. Mf. and Mrs. J. M. Doss. Mr. and Mrs A. B. Falkner. Miss LIUIe O'Dan 1U Mra. J. B. Balrd. Mlas Elizabeth Freeman. J. II. Balrd. Minnie Lowensteis. Dave Lowea-teln.-Mra. S. Black. NashrlUe; J. E. Schclbler Memphis: Mies Margaret Center, Crab Orchard: Miss Ann Center, Mr. and Mrs W. C. Haley Sam Brent. Alice Gallagher. Mrs. Rcau B. Folk. Winston Estls.Folk. Nashvlle: Mrs. Em- S5-ifi?eS!S 'fI9E5ai,.?llom"".yjr. y """J Duwujttuvi rt. THE LACLEDE GAB LIGHT COMPANY, Tf Locumr mrmmmr. J I CI CM1 -- - -j. .-, j iMi.iQJir. eKUxaoamipn Kate Renejttui. J. a. Stewart. i wrr uu Vm VAsrtl 1 a , vllle. INDIAN TERRITORT. IV Zrtl nlll.w MUs Alice Oollien, Mr. and an Abel Taylor! Mrs. Thos. Welch. Ulu Louise Moody, darks! .-A. Miss Wlnnlterd 81ms.-Weleetka; Mrs W. B. Kane. Wasoner: Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Kearnsrl Ardmoro: L. W. Bonn. South McAlester: T W. France ."Davla: w. J. Mwut Aden a Dumb. McAHstert MR and "MirsHVde? WkH ASha: R, A. Annitronsr. ifrnn- rV-. Z i tieMfvi.iie. i&iii Jizzz-Tznrz.-yr?'-?- - JLriHr.&toarW'sttisriSI V i - son. Mrs. T. 3. Morrison. Nalle MouraL Bertha MouraL. J. WaehalL Af ton: Sir ana Mrs. L. F. Mernln, Mlnco; J. W. McKlbtxm. Mnskn iree: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Carter. Calvin: Joe Hallman, A. "L. Cameron. Alderson: Mr. and Mrs. A. F. McGara. Muskocee: W. P. James and William Blake. Emahaka: William Bar rowman. Lizzie Barrowman. Tl'homlnso: Ethel Patterson. Alice Brown. C W. Brown, Co rranche: I. J AlbemAthy. John McGoushru. Jim Carson. LlndsaT- Tom Owens. Tulsa: Mr. and Mrs A. M. Tamer. MuKoee- Annie Burke. Chlckasba.; Wooder Connor. WestvlIIe: Frank Walker. Lloyd Orme, Purcell: Mr. and Mrs. R H Schoffleld, Mukoee: Mr. R T. Ketlehan, Fannie Kellehan. Mrs. a O. Frye. Raymond Frrf. Dick Frve. Ealllsaw: R. E. Bell. South McAlester: Frank James. HarU horne: J. S Holden. Fort Gibson: Misses Susan and Jock Sraartt. Mn-. C A. Rider. Mrs R. A. Farmer. Vlnlta: Miss Kate Parry. Ealllsaw-. OCXS, RIFLES, DECOYS, HT5TIXQ CXOTIlntG, SWEATERS. Very low prices. a & W. McCIXAN, Oi-SIS N. Broadway. FATHER SUES FOR CHILDREN. Says Wife Kefuses to Let Him See Them. John H. Kedmond applied to tho St, Louis Court of Appeals yesterday for a irrit of Habeas Corpus to have his chil dren, John, Camilla, Mary, Lewis and Charles, released from the charge of their mother, Camilla C Redmond. He states that the children are kept part of the time at the homo of his wife's mother. Sarah B. Herr. at Springfield, Mo., and part of the tlmo away from there at school. Ho alleges that the children are pro hibited from seeing him. and that bis wire has refused to allow him to see them, and that she has taught the children to run away from him and. disown him. She has also, he alleges. Instructed the su nerintendents of schools which the chll- dren attend not to allow him to see the cnuaren or to auow them to write to him. An order, directed to tho Sheriff of Greene County to be served, was Issued n4 1 vtmbr' 7 why her bcsbo4't peUUo& lueua wfc am cnas . m SEEKS TO STOP DIVORCE. Circuit Clerk Gets Letter Re qnesting Withliolding of Decree. A letter has been received by Circuit Clerk W. R. Hauschnlte, from Chicago, signed George B. Chamberlln, requesting him to notify the Court not to grant a decree to William G. McDavitt, whose suit for divorce against Nellie McDavitt is pending in Judge Douglas's Division of the Circuit Court. Chamberlln states that he has been Mrs. McDavltt'a attorney for several rears, and that McDavitt sued for di vorce at Fargo, N. D.. and Enid. Ok.. and failed each time. He says that Mrs. Aicuavitt did not learn of the present suit, which was filed last August, un til October IS. Ho requested that Mr Ho.uschu.te inform him of the status, of McDavitt states that he and his wife separated September S6, 1436. and that thev were married at Racine. WlsT March t 1895. Ho alleges, that she 'waa jmSou!' quarreled with him and called him bad S" ?.nd falIed t0 attcnd l Her house hold duties. finds that inferior piping- has been used by the contractors, but ho never has been compelled to notify the surety of th con tractor, as before the contractor always has volunteered to repair the sower him self. He has written numerous letters In this Instancs, he says, but the contractor has refused to make the repairs. To-ony ho will begin workr on the de fective sewer and charge the cost of the work against the sureties of H. Ruecklng & Co. High Hasons la Dallas. rPCBIJC SPECIAL. Dallas, Tex.. Oct. 24.-The Scottish Rite Masons of Texas met in Dallas to-day for a four days' Bes'slon. Moro than 100 appli cants are present "to-" take various high degrees in Masenryr Is TO HOLD SURETY RESPONSIBLE Work of Sewer Contractor Said to Be Defective. Sewer Commissioner "Valllant has writ ten a letter to A. A. Janls. tho Missouri representative of the-City Trust, Safe Do posit and Surety Company of New York, notifying him that he wUl expect the company, as surety of H. Ruecklng tc Co., sewer contractors, to deposit suffi cient money for the repair of defective work done by H. Ruecklng & Co.. In Fll mora Sower Dtstrtat No. a. - SUfeM ma Utf to tatiueatla The UCBIO Compear rive all their 1 energies to Extract af etoef, fram , nlsIcgcitlJatopctllartioextrictTlit Is why theirs his bees lor larty years the lint." and why It Is the enly ess Irataled by Infrlnrers.who espy Jsis sad labels, call their stalf "LieWg's": sad eveaeossterfeltthebtiesttnatars. The contents of tha Jin howerer.'eas cstb9lnIU!edcrs;(?y;beerejo) i .get tke real ' UthlgCcmptsy's." . Ssese. - ss ,stM. 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