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:SREP1 jf-. f- SvRJjM". iS,5-i5,'g,W!SWJ r ' i- "A l.1.?;vC I- ir." m s3P m??w - 1 r m. i - i M& I i cy 3r - f-1 " s . - s a ?i &?f: KI f 1 i I i " LI Sk VISITORS TO ST. LOUIS At Aloe's you are offered the finest optical service to be had in this .city. Our opticians, our lens grinders our frame fitters are all men of highest skill in their respective lines. We will test your eyes carefully and fit them with the proper eyeglastes or spectacles at the lowest prices. ALOE'S 513 s?. OPTIML AUTHORITIES OF AMERICA. Mme. Yale's BeautyLecture AND Physical Culture Performance TOKOS OP GREAT INTEREST TO WOMEN. Mme. Tale, of "Beauty Culture" fame, WW, delight and entertain the ladles on Friday, November 11th, i AT THE CENTURY THEATER , AT 250 P. M. on the Immortal theme of Beauty and Beauty Culture. "Womanly Woman" 1U bo exemplified In more than a thousand ways, revealing those pretty little graces and subtle charms that lovely troman is so lavishly endowed With., Every up-to-date woman should keep In touch with Mme. Tale's won derful achievements for women. Secure your tickets at once at the Wolff-Wilson Drug Co., Sixth and Washington ave. A ticket good for a reserved seat Is given with every 75 cent purchase of "Yale" Remedies. Aak mOOS for Damage. Ike OUssky fllod suit in the Circuit Court yesterday against David &. Leahy, WrJi SteflellB tafrVK E. Caulflrtd, doing; trasineei as the Pike Hotel, for $4,093 dam aces, alleging that on September 12 last they removed a stand for the sale of soft drinks which he conducted at- Do Glver Tpc and Hamilton avenues. NOTICE. JOrrlas and Death Notices Inserted la The Republlo wiU ce forwarded bT tl graph 6.IB oos or all of the paper aamed below for simultaneous publication. without extra chart. If a request to 4s ,a aaaoapaale the copy. Kotlcea received ,aftr midnight cannot be forwarded, bew are, eauitb next mnmc. Cklcaam Bee. -Herald, Buffalo Courier, N Tor TUnea, daclnnau Enquirer. rtIaal3dsr,Booaaiober nttgurr Dispatch, BsJUmnre Herald. MtaBaapsUs Trlbane, Provldecce Journal. a:ayuae met-staao. BL Paul Pjmer Pre. art. ;iveiana Fialn Dealer. MARRIED. IMAMMMMMMmWw "JW'ir'fcrMnrin m OWtPT ntlffiTTV-At Boston. November 1, -gN. Dssui Kaysar CatHa and Gertrude LoS DEATHS. --i i-i-i-mi-ir."ii'iiii iLj-iin.n.ani'i.iLii.i into rest, on Tuesday. Noraaibar j, DO. Mrs. Th weeer Banner, er and motbei cvuci a us aia vnaxies from Tnaradaj-, November , at 1 o'clock p. n7 on ym-rtard-Into Tst on Wednesday. No- j. . ; vcioca a. m.. reter boiovad husband of Bertha Colin fnce k afra. Carrie KJaoholx. Mrs. Ida -SK0"1 -eoerer ana Dana will (.Jr. i1a f ii 1 1 i iIii.hm 'iJ" JteW" 9. on PWdar, November .'K, at la n. m. iTlend lnnted to attend. LPT; o-i Brooklim. N. v and New MW IMUf. amllr reddenoa. 'Wedneadar, uat o'clock, after & Unstring; It XHllcB. 4ftrtv W1rVA. kmth. r Of itarsaret and 7. H. Dillon. Fanaral from JStioBsars Rock Orerch. FTldar, Novem at3 aejoek p. m. Deceased wai a mtm- sw.es, usararm Kanx ltnisnts of Father Miltusi alas OoBaotl. NoTJCX. 5-. M. of the i Uniform Rank. Rnlcnts of L e Kl 9Stt W.hlnrtrn at 1 n,asto attend the runeral A brothar. Thornaa . Dillon. i)WOptX-At Portland. Ore.. Tuesday. No VSBJberX 1IM, after a,IInerlnr Illness. Nellie fcJ?'J'$SHS?,.Sner,Tuli ved wife of Dsml,DrlSDoU. formerly, of this dty. raux ODWaaBesdar, November X VIA, at 'fLP'.jr ": tx fnee Fltxpatrlck), H5 0aiT?Ux 1"1 mother of S X. TSUx. raneral from residence. No. mint Elliot fjscaa. eatoxdar, November S, at ao a?m to ftTXrs ararch.Jhine8 to Calvary Cemetery. Bstarasjts.. Atado, JXL, and Gettytbnrc. Pal, . II MirgaJrnsdar. November 1. i04. at toi p. m.. Cbsster Lee Heckel. dearlv hlovrt IssSjBb S&VKmLi If oratfcer lUM & CSSsear ohaaa ma. Friday of our 4caas i sob HOn P. sad Annabel Heckel (nee lie- 1 fisMn. ovrdsar brother, and srandchlld nf I ,. Gabriel McDonald, after tWM lllnem, ojerd 1 I rssrs t mosths, S days. Funeral Thursday. I iTaisirtisi ; at tao a. m. from family rel- ssjss. MM Victor street. Funeral private. I.T01-XBjProTlaeooe, H. t. on October 8, N, mery liven, sssd C years. trHAMjUtON-On Monday. October M. JJO. Xas p'Hanaron fnes Tsssha), wife of OEdmund trBSllaroB. Funeral from No. ltlO Texas ate ess on Nonsassr 2. MATUBT Entered Into rest en Tuesday. No- 'L IlDL at2 i P. m, Han siauey. cangh UolBe Malley (ne Byrnes). lev os.a. c ana ' or Maet Mailer. Funeral will in November X. at s n. .n.. 'danoa. Nn. 131 North n-v.nth are lnvltad to attend. "&- A1C OS Vednefldar. November 2 at f o'clock a. m.. John A- beloved son of r aaa snacst snenasn nc iA-nni and r of Andrew Jr Ifsrr snd Nellie Sherl- dsih assd. t yeara. Funeral ttill tike nlace rosar. - Hovenoer . at z- o-cioce a. m.. frsmiassllr residence. No. 410 Pleasant street. to Bsiy Xass easreh. thence to Cslvsry Ceme tery. mSBSB are invited to attend. WAGONER UNDERTAKING CO., tur eura it. Day or Night. jiSMiffiiinssoi;! t bide Cremations. (X. HOTELS. M M "ivfirYrvvvvirxiXMijijvoVVVVij HAMILTON HOTEL (Cor. Hamlllon and Maple Avts.) Page, Suburban and Olive Through Cars. A Delightful Home for tbi Winter. Rooms single or en suite, with bath. Special quarters for bachelors on second floor; also finished apart ments, adjoining hotel, for house keeping with hotel .service. Bowling, billiards, Tuiklsh bath, balls, receptions and banquets a specialty. Nothing like it west of New York. Special rates to perma nent guests. W. F. WILUAMSON, Manager. COUNTERFEIT ROLL CAUSES ARREST H. F. Wheeler of Kansas City Shows Permit From the Gov ernment, but Is Taken to Police Station. H. F. "Wheeler of No. 905 Troost avenue, Kansas City, Mo., teaches business men to detect counterfeit money. The Secre tary of the Treasury furnishes him a per mit to carry for this purpose COO of spuri ous bills and sliver coins. lost night Wheeler attended the Fair, and at the merit with the ticket seller about tho hit ter's ability to distinguish good money from bod, and jokingly offered to pay his way in from his J500 rolL Special Officers Moore and Stoots took him In charge and went to the police sta tion with their prisoner. There be ex plained the matter to Lieutenant Walsh and Deck Sergeant dimming, showing the permit that he carried. The condition was something new to them, though they had been on the force for twenty-nve years. Secret Service Agent Rltchlehappened upon tho scene, and upon- his explanation of the matter Wheeler was permitted to go. WILL WED AT BOER WAR CAMP. Former Sergeant Hodge and Miss Cora Baushe Secure License. Donald W. M. Hodge, Sergeant Major of the Second Light Horse of the English Army during the Bor War, and Miss Cora Alberta, Roushs of Columbus, O., took out a marriage .license yesterday. Hodge is connected with the Boer War at the 'World's Fair and Miss Roushe is also employed by a concession as on ex pert horsewoman. They will be married on the Boer War grounds to-morrow n-.ornlng.at 11 o'clock. Judge Hanley per forming tho ceremony. A BT. LOUIS PIONEER GETS A MUCH-MERITED AWARD. It is a very gratifying fact that the St. Louis manufacturing Interests carried off tho highest honors at the World's Fair. Our great and growing shoe Industry fared especially well In this respect and made an exceptionally strong showing. The Tennent Shoe Company, which Is the pioneer and the only surviving house since its inception In 1SS3, was awarded the only Gold Medal for Excellency in the manufacture of St. Louis-made shoes. This recognition by the Jury of awards not only places Ct. Louis In the lead in the quantity of its shoe output, but In quality as well. The Tennent Shoe Company and Its president, Mr. John H. Tennent, may be Justly provd of bringing their product to such a degree of perfection as to receive the highest recognition of the world's keenest cr'tlcs. ELECTED QUEEN OF CARNIVAL Miss Minnie Hess. Chosen at Pana by 442 Majority. t REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Fans, III., Nor. 3. Miss Minnie Hess was elected queen of the Merchants' Carnival to-day In this city. She defeated her -nearest competitor. Miss Anna Camp bell, by 412 majority. Miss Hess is 21 years old. a brunette, and la gifted with many accomplishments. She is toe aaugnier or airs. . a. tiess. of 4.000 people, at which time she was presented with a handsome diamond ring. Her maids of honor are Misses Elizabeth PIrner. Corletta Hushes, Nellie Abrell and Ella Johnson. She and her maids will rule Pana society during the year. eas Kins' Dana-Men Meet at Pine Bluff. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Pine Bluff. Ark., Nov. 2. The State As sembly of the Daughters of the King in Arkansas convened In annual session this morning at Trinity Episcopal Church. Eno of Van Buren delivered the presi dent's nnnunl address and the report of the national meeting, which she attended at New Haven, Conn. The assembly will be in session three days. Orftr Fru link Of Urate's Palmetto Wine. It fives vigor and energy to the whole body, soothes, heals and In vigorates stomachs that are weakened by in jurious living or when the mucous lining of the stomach Is Impaired by Bnrtfal medicine or food. Praxes Palmetto Wine will clear the liver and kidneys from congestion, causa them to per form thelrnecessarvworkthorouslilraDdlnture their healthy condition. Drake- Palmetto Wire cures every form of stomach distress, such a indigestion, distress after eating, shortness of breath and heart trouble caused or Indigestion. Drake's Palmetto Wine cures yon permanently of that bad taste In mouth, offensive breath. Ion of appetite, heartburn. Inflamed, catarrhal or ulcerated stomach and constipated or flatulent bowels. The Drake Formula Company, Drake Building. Chicago. DL, proves all this to rou by sending Ton free snd prepaid a trial bottle of Drake's Palmetto Wine to test It. This wonder ful Palmetto Medicine Is purely vegetable and the greatest remedy ever offered to Chronic Saf ftrrT. Write today for a free bottle. "A letter or postal card is jour enlv expense. Tot sal TEbouauC..700N.Broadwa. -. iHHafeKalatak POLITICAL tMMWMMMMAMAM wVwVeVwVwVwww SPEAKING DATES ANNOUNCED BY Democratic State Committee. County Committeemen Ill nleue advertise thermic asnir. Date left out of list certain day doe not mean they are canceled, unles notice u given by letter or wire. W. N. EVAN3. Chairman. HONORABLE W. D. OLDHAM. Sfottroniery City. FYKay. November Up. m. Mexico. Saturday. November 6. 1 p. m. J HONORABLE CATO SELLS. Chlllicothe. Ftldav. Nov. 4. 1 p. m. Parle. Saturday. Nov. 6, 1 p. m. Moberly, Saturday. Nov. S. :30 p. m. HONORABLE JOSEPH W. FOLK. Florissant, -Friday. Nov. 4 1 p. m. wellston. Friday. Nov. 4. S p. m. Feetus Friday. Nov. 4. TJD p. m. Fredericktown. Saturday. Nov 6. 11 a. m. Jackson. Saturday, Nov. 5, 4:30 p. m. Cane Girardeau, Salurdar. Nov. 5. 8 p. m. union. Monday. Nov. 7, 1 p. m. Webster Grove. Monday, Nov. 1,1p.m. HONORABLE F. M. COCKRELL. Mayevllle. Frldav. Nov. 4. 1 p. m. Gallatin. Saturday. Nov. I, Ip m. HONORABLE WILLIAM J. STONE. Bloomceld. Saturday. Nov. (. 1:23 p. m. HONORABLE A. M. DOCKEBT. St. Louis, Thursday, Nov. 8. 8 p. m. New London. Friday, Nov. 4. 120 p.m. Hannibal, Friday. Nov. 4. 7:30 p. m. Trenton. Saturday. November S. 2 p. m. Jamesport. Monday. No ember 7. 1:30 p. m. Winston, Monday, November 7. 7.30 p. m. HONORABLE E. C. CROW. St. Louis County, Thursday, Nov. 3, ' T:30 p. m. Hume. Friday, Nov. 4. 1 p. m. Rich Hill. Friday. Nov. 4. 7:30 p. m. Butler. Saturday. Nov. E. 1 p m. Adrian, Saturday, Nov. (. 7:30 p. m. HONORABLE THOMAS L. RUBET. Philadelphia. Friday. Nov. 4. 3 p. m. Palmyra, Friday. Nov. 4. 7:30 p. m. Memphis, Saturday. Nov. S. 1:30 p. m. Lancaster. Saturday, Nov. 6, 70 p. m, HONORABLE H. W. MAJOR. Palmyra. Friday. Nov. 4. 7:30 p. m. Memphis. Snturday. Nov. E. 130 p. m. Lancaster. Saturday, Nov. S, 7:30 p. m. THE HONORABLE WILLIAM H. WALLACE. Memphis. Friday, Nov. 4. 7:30 p. m. Bevler, Saturday, Nov. 6. 1 p. m KIrksvllle. Saturday. Nov. E. 7:30 p. m. Lowry City. Monday. Nov. 7. 1 p. m. Osceola, Monday, Nov. 7, 7:30 p. m. HONORABLE SAM B. JEFFRIES. Milan. Friday. Nov. 4 1 p. m. Bute. Friday. Nov. 4. 7:30 p. m. KIrksvllle. Saturday, Nov. 5. 1 p. m. Novlnter. Saturday. Nov. C. 7:30 p. ra. Canton, Monday, Nov. 7, 730 p. m. HONORABLE JAME3 T. LLOTD. Btefftnvllle. Friday. Nov. 4. 1:30 p. m. NelmnvlUe. Friday. Nov. 4, 7:30 p. m. Emerson. Saturday. Nov. 5. 1:30 p. m. West QnincT. Saturday. Nov. B. 7.30 p. m, Callao. Monday. Nov. 7, 7:30 p. m. HONORABLE D. A. DS ARMOND. Hume, Friday, Nov 4. 1 p. m. Rich HIM. Friday. Nov. 4. 7 p. m. Butler. Saturday. Nov. 5. 1 p. m. Virginia. Saturday. Nov. 6. 7 p. ra. Joplln, Monday. Nov. 7, 7:30 p. ra. HONORABLE CHAMP CLARK. Montgomery City, Friday, Nov. 4. 1 p. m. Troy. Friday, Nov. 4. 7 p. m. Mexico, Saturday, Nov. S. HONWABLE W. D. VANDTVER. Oak RldrtE Friday, Nov. 4. 7:30 p. m. iicksci, ssbiuroay, ihov. e. z p. m. Car Girardeau. Nov. , 7:30 p. m. Fulton, Monday, Nov. 7. 1 p. m. HONORABLE J. J. RUSSELL Poplar Bluff. Frldny, Nov. 4. 7:30 p. m. Doniphan. Saturday. Nov. S, 1 p. m. Naylor. Saturday. Nov. E. 730 p. m. HONORABLE ROBERT LAMAR. Manee Friday. November t 7:30 p m. HartvlUe. Saturday, November S. 1 p. m. HONORABLE C. E. PEERS. Doniphan. Saturday, Nov. S, 1 p. m. HONORABLE J. T. WHITE. Cabool. Friday. Nov. 4, 7:30 p. m. Houston. Saturday, Nov. S, 1 p. m. HONORABLE J. P. BLANTON. Salem, Saturday, Nov. S. 1 p. m. HONORABLE ALF. F. RECTOR. Fayette, Saturday, Nov. 5, 2:30 p. m. Glaigow, Saturday, Nov. 5, 7:3) p. m. HONORABLE DAVID WALLACE. Ashburn. Friday. Nov. 4. 2.30 p. m. Frankford. Friday, Nov. 4, 7.30 p. m. Center, Saturday, Nov. S, 220 p m. erry. saturaay, ov. ,, 7:30 p. m. Laddonla, Monday, Nov. Vandalla, Monday, Nov. addonla. Monday, Nov. 7, 2:30 2:3) p. m. 7:30 p. m. HONORABLE BRANT H. KIRK. Mayvlew, Friday, Nov. 4. 7:30 p. m. Newhampton, Saturday, Nov. 6, 7:30 p. m. AMUSEMENTS. K ; JJq World's Fair Flower Show Opens. 11 GRAJfD EXHIBITION' TO BE HELD IN THE CONSERVATORY OF THE PALACE OF HORTICULTURE ONE WEEK ONLY, Bf NOVEMBER 7. CONSERVATORY OPEN FROM 9:00 TO 10:30 P. M. Each Day Will Have a Different Programme. MOXDAT Ifovember 7th. CHKYSANTHEJIUM DAY. Showing the Famous 18-lnch Stem Chrysanthemum, Major Bonnafon. - TUESDAY November 8th. ROSE DAY Cnt Flowers. American Beauty, Liberty, Meteor, Bride and La Detroit, WEDNESDAY Xot. 9th. CARNATION DAY' Cnt Flowers. Grand Collection of White, Pink, Scarlet, Crimson and Variegated Carnations. A most beautiful sight, NEVER IN THE WORLD'S HISTORY HAS SUCH A COLLECTION OF FLOWERS BEEN ON EXHIBITION. Remainder of week's programme announced in Sunday's papers. VALUABLE PRIZES FOR THE FINEST EXHIBITION AND COLLECTION OF FLOWERS WILL BE OFFERED PREMIUM Boer War 1:00 SUNDAY NEXT 230 P M OLD FAIR GROUNDS This EnSIri ProdiiiHin ind tha Most Sinstlenal Bill of Iht World's Fair Susan. 3:30 7:30 Daily ; FZESsarxrr.aLXj TO-PAY -(10W HEATfB.)-8 jjniai, AMUSEMENTS WMMMWMAAMAMMVWMWWWtMWVl BATTLE OF SANTIAGO DAILY AT 2:30, 4:30, 6:30 AND 8:30 P. M. REAL WARJ REAL WATER! TWO SHIPS BLOWN TO SPLIJtTERS! NAVAL SHOW, WEST END t7. PIKE. Proposed Amendments to the Constitution" of Missouri. FIRST CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND MENT. Joint nnd concurrent resolution submitting: to the qualified voters of the State of Missouri an amendment to sec tion 47 of article IV of tho Constitution thereof. Be it rttolted At tht Smote, the Houti of Sepre tentative! concurrinj therein: That at the general election to be held on the Tuesday next following the first Monday In November. 19W. the following amendment to section 47 of article TV of the Constitution of the State of Missouri concernlnc tho relief of members of police departments In cities having one hundred thousand Inhabitants or more, who may become disabled, crippled or superannu ated, and of their widows and minor chil dren after their decease, and of tho wid ows and minor children of deceased mem bers of-police departments in such cities, shall be sumbttted to the qualified voters of said State, to lt: Section L That section 47 of article IV of the Constitution be amended by adding thereto tho following words, to wit: "and provided further, that the General Assem bly may provide by law for the pension ing of members of pollco departments In cities having ono hundred thousand inhab itants or more, who may become disabled, crippled or superannuated, and for the re lief of the widows and minor children of such persons after their decease, and for the relief of the widows and minor chil dren of deceased members of the police departments In such cities; the funds for such purposes to be appropriated as pro vided by the General Assembly from the municipal revenue of such cities. SECOND CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND MENT. Joint and concurrent resolution submitting to the qualified voters of the State of Missouri an amendment to the Constitution thereof providing for the res ervation to tho people of the right to pro pose measures for enactment, to require enactments of the General Assembly to be submitted to a vote of the people for rat ification, and to define referenda! and in itiative petitions and the relations of the executlvo and the General Assembly to measures approved or enacted by electors. Be it retolted by the Senate, the Haute of Btpre eentalitet concurring therein: At the general election to be held on the first Tuesday after tho first Monday of NovcmbPr. 1304, there .shall bo submitted to the electors of the State of Missouri an amendment to section 1. article IV. of the State Constitution; so that said section, when amended, shall read as follows: Section L The legislative power, subject to the limitations hereafter contained, shall be vested in a Senate and Houe of Representatives, to be styled "tc Gen eral Assembly of the State of Missouri." The legislative power of any municipal di vision of thi3 State (such as city, town or village), on its own municipal matters is Inherent and shall be vested In the elect ors of each municipal division, subject to such laws of a general nature, having uni form operation throughout the State, as the General Assembly may enact. A number of electors in each congres sional district in this State, equal to ten per cent of the total number of votes cast in each congressional district at the last preceding general election for Governor, shall hao power to require that any act or part of an act. passed by the General Assembly, shall be referred to the electors nt the next general election, by filing their signed demand with the Secretary of the State not more than ninety daja after ad journment of the General Assembly which passed the act. earlier than which date no law or part of a law can become opera tive, except appropriation acts; all laws for the Immediate preservation of the pub lic peace, health and safety: and laws passed by a two-thirds vote of the mem bers elected respectively to each house and approved by the Governor. A number of the electors in each con gressional district in this State, equal to fifteen per cent of the total number of totes cast In each congressional district at the last preceding general election for Governor, shall have power to propose any law, amendment to or repeal of a law and require that it be referred to the elect ors of the State, except as above stated to be voted on at the next general elec tion, provided, the election does not occur within ninety dajs after the filing of the petition with the Secretary of the State LIST AND PROGRAMME CAN BE SE CURED AT PALACE OF HORTICULTURE. ii TJader the Dlrectfam or FIIAXK E. FIIXI5. Gen. Croije and IGen.Viljois 700 Boer and British Viterant. ORGAN RECITALST jii u. sans SoacI, 11:30 A. 3f. Cham. Galloway, 4:00 P. M. COMCERT BY BE3LIH BAUD. 7:30 f. M. concert oy exposition Orchestra, Mr. Alfred tonaucior; airs. Hattle Dlamant Nn. Soprano. NOV. 4. ON THE PIKE '"iirmnntmj and such law shall be In effect from and after the date of 'the official declaration of the result of the vote. If approved by a majority of thoso voting thereon. A number of electors in each congres sional district In this State equal to twen ty per cent of the total number of votes cast in each congressional district at the last preceding general election for Gover nor shall have the power to propose any amendment to the Constitution of the State of Missouri and require that such amendment be referred to the next gen eral election, provided, the election does not occur within six month after the filing of the petition with the Secretary of State, and such constitutional amendment shall be in effect from and after the date of the official declaration of the result of the vote. If approved by a majority of those voting thereon. All the component parts or sheets of any petition ued to receive the signatures of electors, to Invoke either the Initiative or referendum as heretofore described. Bhall have plainly printed thereon the full text of the measure to be referred or proposed, and each signer thereto shall give his post-office address, and If In a city or town, the street and number of residence shall be included. One of the signers, a nullified voter, on each paper shall make oath before an of ficer competent to administer oaths that the statements therein made are true, and that each signature to said paper append ed Is the genuine slgnaturo of the person whose name purports to be thereto sub scribed. Anv person who shall make a false affidavit to any petition or any com ponent part thereof as above provided shall be guilty of perjury. The veto power ct the Governor shall not be exercised as to the laws approved or enacted by the electors. This amend ment shall not be construed so as to de prive the General Assembly of the right to pass, or any member thereof of the right to propose.any law or other measure, or the Legislature of the right to repeal any law. The enacting clause of every law shall be, "Be It enacted by the people of the State of Missouri, as follows.1' All provisions of the Constitution of this State and nil laws thereof not consistent with this amendment shall upon its adop tion be forever rescinded and of no effect. THIRD CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND MENT. Senate Joint and concurrent reso lution submitting to the qualified voters of the State an amendment to article X of the Constitution nf the State of Missouri, concerning taxation, by adding a new sec tion thereto, tn be designated as section twenty-seven (27). Be it retofred bv the Senile, the Route of Bepre itntatiiet concurring therein: That at the general election to be held on Tuesday next following the first Mon day in November, 1!W4. the following amendment to the Constitution of the State nf Missouri concerning taxation shall bo submitted to the qualified voters of said State, to wit: Section L That article X of the Consti tution of the State of Missouri bo and the same Is hereby amended by adding thereto one new section, to be known as rectlon twenty-seven (27). which Is in words and figures as follows: Section 27. A State tax of five cents on the one hundred dollars assessed Valua tion shall be levied and collected annu ally on nil objects and subjects of taxa tion. All moneys derived from said levy shall be set apart and apportioned to the school districts of the State, annually, as other school moneys are apportioned by law. Every school district shall, out of said moneys, supply text-books on orthog raphy, reading In English, penmanship, arithmetic. English grammar, modern ge ography, history of the TTnltrd Ktntes civil government and physiology and hy-- giene for free use of children In the pui oT 11c scnoois ana me remainder, if any. may be used for the purchase of text-books for the higher grades for like use or for othertschool purposes. FOURTH CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND MENT. Joint and concurrent resolution submitting to the qualified voters of the State an amendment to the Constitution of Missouri repealing section 24. article XII. and enacting a new section in lieu thereof. Be it retolttd by tht Houti of Bepreientatltet tht Senate concurring therein, ctfoltowt; ' That at the general election to be held on Tuesday next following the first Mon day in November. 1904. the following amendment to the Constitution of the State of Missouri concerning corporations, railroads, shall be submitted to the quali fied oters of the State, to wit: That section 24. article XII. of the Con stitution of this State shall be repealed AMUSEMENTS. SEE JERUSALEM THE PRIIE OF THE FAIR AND THE FAIR'S EREATEST EDUCATOR. Thi Largest and Mast Costly Concission Within tha Exposition, The mnnnnement hna pleaanre la announcing: T TT "T that arrnnsemrnta nave been completed frT T' j m j vrhenlir abaolntelr every attraction rrlthln J. JL kx. JL JsVaraf the iralln of Jerusalem la noir . THERE ARE NO EXTRA GHAR6ES OF ANY KIND. CYCLORA3IA OF CRUCIFIXION, TEMPLE OF SOLOMON, EJfCAMPSIEXT OF GENUINE BEDOUINS, BETHLEHEM MANGER, and all the other nnmer ona attraction, lnclndlnc CHURCH OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE, MOSQUE OF OMAR. DIORAMA OF MOUNT OF OLIVES, AND JEWS' WAILING PLACE, are ALL FREE, and ao are the acrrlcea of sennlue NATIVE snldea from Jeruaalem, Trho explain everythlajj to Tlsltora and leave cnlde atatlona wlthla the cratea eterr 10 mlnntea. Free lllnatrated lectnrea eTerr hour In the chnrch by a native Sheik from Jerusalem. 800 Otientala actually Uvlar within thla reproduced city. There la more real benefit and education la one visit ii benefit and education la one visit combined. LOCATED JUST WEST OF CASCADES-INTRAMURAL STATION No. II THERE IS ONLY OWE KIRALFY'S LOUISIANA PURCHASE SPECTACLE. 2,000 COSTUMES - GORGEOUS BALLET. ODEON THEATER nnedyaho 500 GOOD FIRST FLOOR SEATS 50 CENTS. Evenings 8:30. Matinees Wednesday, Saturday. Sunday, 2::t0. Domtona Ticket Office Judge Sl Dolpb'a, BIS Olive Street. PjTHnaBHHnHHkfaTaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaaSaBaBaBaBVnMHnBMBIaBiBH lE-AJRIZ" FIBEWOBKS! 6:80 O'CLOCK TO-ZSTICSCT In Order to Accommodate Visitors, PAiNFSREWORKS i AND B8H.BARDIOT OF PORT ARUMS Will Take Place la the Stadium (Athletic Field), World'a Fair, TO-3NTXG-SCT7 jl.T 6:80. TIKE k TRIP ON THE GREAT MISSISSIPPI RIVER. See the Eads Bridge, St. Louis Rtrer Froat and Jefferson Barracks. THE MA3IMOTH EXCURSIOV STEA3IER "CITY OF PnOVIDESCE " Leaves Dally at 10:00 A. 3L, Returns at 1:00 P. 91. Leaves Dally at 2:00 P. 3L, Returns at 0:00 P. M. rotjwd run' tioixeis, as o:a:srr'. Boat leaves from foot of Olrre street. Phones: Mala 1254. Klnloch A1BS. Tiroi, Jeeley M LIQUOR lkarM(l3DnalMaa,aarzttscaTa3ansa4aartJsUeclkc I31. J. K. BLAINE. !rUri 2801-3-5 Locust St.. St. motic TRCATMSirr rsa Taaaeeo ana Ncua.snteaia and for naught held and there shall be en acted In lieu thereof the following: SectIorT24. Every railroad or other trans portation company doing business In the State of Missouri shall grant free passes or transportation over Its line or line In Missouri to the Governor, Lieu tenant Governor, Secretary of 8tate, At torney General. State Auditor, State Treasurer, Superintendent of Public Schools; to each of the Railroad Commis sioners, to each of the Judges of the Su preme Court, to each Judge of the St. Louis and Kansas City Court of Appeals. to each Circuit and Common Plas Jufge In this State, to each member of the Gen eral Assembly of this State, to each uher 1ft In this State, and to the President or Superintendent of each of the several pub lic institutions of this State supported by appropriations made by this State for and during tho official term of said several of ficers: and the failure of any rillroul or transportation company to furnish such pass or transportation to any oillrer above named shall be a forfeiture of its chatter or license to do business In tnU State. And otery railroad corporation In exist ence at the time of the adoplion of this section of the Constitution that may here after accept the benefit of any aid. fran chise or future legislation of th's State, or of any municipal subdivision of this State, shall bv such acceDtance thereby agree to all the provisions of this section and is suoject to an its penalties. FIFTH CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND MENT. Joint and concurrent resolution submitting to the qualified voters of Mis souri nn amendment tn the Constitution provIJIng for the creation of a fund to erect a new State Capitol. Be tt molted by the Senate, tht llouie of Bepre ientatltet concurring therein: That at the treneral election to b held In this State on Tuesday next follnwlrg the first Monday In November. 1SG4. the following amendment to the ion-lllutlon of thin State concerning the erection of a new State Capitol shall be submitted to the qualified voters of the State, to wit: Section L That the Gen'-ral Assen'bly shall levy for five years an annual tax cf four cents on the one hundred dollars valuation of the real and Personal prop erty of the State for the purpose of cre atine ft fnnrt for thn prpction of a new State Capitol: provided, that any surplus remaining In said fund, after the construc tion and equipment of said building, shall be transferred to the credit of the general revenue rund of the state, xne uenerai Assembly shall, by appropriate legislation, enforce this amendment. STATE OF MISSOURI S3. I. Sam B. Cook. Secretary of State of the State of Missouri, hereby certify that the foregoing are full, true and complete copies of the concurrent resolutions of the Forty-Second General Assembly of the State of Missouri First constitutional amendment, entitled "Joint and concurrent resolution submit ting to the qualified voters of the State of Missouri, an amendment to section 47 of article IV of the Constitution tnereot. Second constitutional amendment, enti tled "Joint and concurrent resolution submit ting to tho qualified voters of the State or Missouri an amenament to tne v-on-stltutlon thereof providing for the reser vation to the people of the right to pro nnsA measures for enactment, to reaulre enactments of the General Assembly to be Fubmltted to a vote of the people for ratification, and to define referendal and initiative petitions and the relations of the executive and the General Assembly to measures approved or enacted Dy elect ors." Third constitutional amendment, enti- ant 4n!nt and concurrent resolution submitting to the qualified voters of the State an amendment to article X of tho Constitution or tne state ot jiissoun, con cerning taxation, by adding a new section thereto, to be designated as section twenty-seven (27)." Fourth constitutional amendment, enti tled , . . ,. "Joint and concurrent resolution submit ting tn the qualified voters of the State an amendment to the Constitution of Mis souri, repealing section ;m. arucie -vii. ana enacting a new section In lieu, thereof." Fifth constitutional amendment, entitled "Joint ana concurrent resolution suu mitting to the qualified voters of Missouri an amer.lmetit to the Constitution provid ing for the creation of a fund to erect a new State Capitol." t- rrraTninvr WHEREOF. I hereun to set my hand and afilx the GREAT SEAL of the State of Missouri. Done at office in tne ijiiy y- "" ""' teentli day of September. A. D. 19(H. (Seal) SAM B. COOK. Becretary of State. to Jerusalem than la to Jerusalem thai all the Pike DRINKING. MORPHINE Pdvtlclen MrfMann. Louis. lellritu, Icuarit m AUCTIONEERS. 0tk0H0timiiiWmWWl0l0kt k. A. SELKIRK t GO. AUCTION AND STORAGE. . Regular sale every Satorday at warthomaa and general orflce. 18OS-IO-IJ Chtrateaa avsnoa. Sales la resldencea a specialty. Fbona Klaleea C 187 M27OIChou.eaii.lv0. Auction Sale of Toy3, China and Glass ware. Fixtures, &c this (Thursday) day, at 10:20 a. m. Terms cash. A. A. SELKIRK A CO., Anctlonera. WESTERN SALVAGE WRECKING AGENCY. 1003 and 1007 Washington avenoa. hsn4Jr ot Fire and Marina Salvare. Watch for special notice. SAMUAL CANS. Manaser. AMUSEMENTS. sQr"aCj-VVV"JKA0OXru"U"J"U'lf"'''' J " 1 OLYMPIC BVBNmGS AT Q. REGULAR .MAT. SATURDAY. EXTRA MATINEE FRIDAT. I (No Banday Ben-Hnr Performaacas.) I KLAW & EHLANGER CO. (lac) Q BEN HUR Seats now en tale for next week. PRICES S1.S0, S1.00, 75c AND BOc Mall Orden with Remittances Promptly Filled. Send Stamped Addressed Envelop. I MUSIC HALL airra, lam, 14m llratti. LOUISIANA EVERY NIGHT AT 8:15. Souvanirs sf tha Louisi ana Purchaia ta arary lady at tha largiln Matlnaa SatarrfaT. Matlnf-s Wed . Sat. and Sunday, IJi. 1.009 S-ats at 50c 2.000 Seats at Sc Rnx OlUce Open Dally at O a. m- CENTURY Reg. Mat. Sat. ANT NIGHTLT ALL THIB WEEK. 3ST. O. GrOODTZX IX HIS GREATEST SUCCESS. By L y. MORRIS. Beginning; Jfext Sunday Afteniooa, DOGKSTIDER'S MINSTRELS Five Matinees Sunday. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. RESERVED SSAT3 NOW ON SALE. MJMBIA Sixth and St. Charles Sta. All Thla Week and Xext Sunday. ; Continues Yauierllle. 1M to 1030 Dally. The Great Lafayette Mme . Grtnadlns and and His FIE Co. ght Toreadors. The Four Musketeers. 'The Diver's Dream." At.iandpr Claudius and CorblXL- The Pearl cf Bhu tan.'" Lindsay's Dogs and iTns Aurxaxuc Millard Brothers. Bessie Baua. The Klnodrom. aionKejz. Walter Daniels. 15c 30c Mc Orchestra Chairs. ReserTtd. Tta. I ssi DC Q 1 1 1 TO-NldHT AT 8. iRlrCnlAL Saturday Mt.tX TENTH and PI'E. lOOth Time Hare. DAVID DELASCO FRESETTS BLANCHE BATES In THE DARLING OF THE GODS. A DRAMA OF OLD JAPAX. By David Belasco and John Luther Loot Saturday Hlght-IIELAND'S II6HT Prices from SOc ta O.S0. Good Lower Float-,, Seats. tOc Seats en aala for next weH. CRAWFORD ff5ff&? 1525-J0 HAVE TOU SEEM HERT SSe Mats. Tnes- Thnrs SaL SSe Xeat.Selm H'nnan laf "We Jded Bat Ko Wlfa. HAVUlt'S The Tbestcr When Yob Ate ta Bast Shows for LRUs Alaaer. 25c Matinees Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. Mint Prices IS. 25. 55. SOc-M rUfbar. ?B.?.atUMcFad(!eirsF!ats. FBSm Sun. Mat. Nest WM. BRADY'S "SIBERIA." GRAND Ta -NigtiLHit.Sat, 2Se mmdMc. Xleht Prices sc, c wc, wc-ite. 757:D C&er A PAIR viSiSnSIK.OFPimS Next Sun. Mat. A OIRL FROM DIXIE. ST AN DAR The Home of Folly. Two Frolics Dally. RAY ROSTER Dnrlesqne Vanderllle. Popular Price . Next Week CITT SPORTS CO. World's Fair Tiekats Reduced for November. 27 ADMISS10HS, FIVE DOLLARS. For sale at this office and at Boom 146 Laclede Building. AMUSEMENTS ON THE PIKE. vtwjm0W000imttA000kV)0k)M Do You Ever stop to consider tk present eiticlency of tht JELEORAPH SERV1CM cmnpared with what It 9 was oeiure tme 'rus i al, emerea Ike field? V W1LLLUI i. HOMES. H. J. DIEKNEITaV President. Secretary. ESTABLISHED tH 11IS. atissoum ai.vit. jiitual kirk ajio VAB'E lA'iX.HAJiCE rOMPAST. Office. No. 7H Cheetnut rt.. St. Louis. Ma. Tel. Brll Main Z771A. Tel. Klsloch A Ma. I'ollclts are written on either stock or status! plan. Henry C Haaratldc 5. BL C Lucas. . JL R. Orthweln. D. DWaaerv f Wn. P. Homer. Jas. W. Bell. E. C Tiow. JUST THE KIND OF HELP YOU NEED Gmb Be Secured Tmramg m WaatAdlmiM SUNDAY REPUBLIC All DrugzIstM TakmAtU He The Republic. 25b to $1.00 i HAGENBECK'SI Zoological Paradise and Trained "'""! Circus Doors Open at 10 a. m. I if7 m 'I I'..fe " sy'rj Sv- I K , 3, ? i-,V lrF- - f C3 h- j 2 Sv Z &&sssSsss& Jl gtitWSgh&2Z2&3