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P, r f, r. a . c?-i The Republic On Olive Street TABLE D'HOTE Sunday, Not. 13. RQr. Served From 12 to 8:30 p. m. Thi Briitiing, onF?o"odr:ar' 3IM' Celery en Branchea. Que-n Olives. ftubernaurlal Salad a la V oik. lurce of Tomato aux Cronton. Fried Oyter. Broiled Red tiotpcer. rotatoe., Lone Branch. Tloaat Tounc Pic. Apple Sane. Prime DeeX au jui. Roatt Spring Cslcken. Farcl. Green Peas. Conce. Tea. Milk. Claret, lea Cream. Fried Applea, Maryland. Macedonle of Fruit. Cheee. Cafe Nolr. Jos. H. Schroeder, HORSESHOER, 08 N. Fourteentli St., St. Loiis. Between Franklin At, and Morgan St. Phone D 969. FOR. WOMEN ONLY W sax tie ami ctscltat, bet and onlr rallabl. rem- edr tor Delayed Period. It relleTea th. craft obmnat. I comDllcaUcna from any ' cau In i boon, or 1 to 4 daya. without pain, dancer or interference with work. W nave brouxbt taapplnefi to hundred, or wcran and have never known thl rem- edy to falL Too win aav. firae and failure br wrltlnr Sift, .edlctnea that Injur. ts health a4 do do rood. Price 12.W by raalL K. n. a.B:TMOSD BEMKDY CO.Kooa lit. 14 XjJAV BT. CHICAGO. ILL NOTARY PUBLIC. JOSEPH F. FARISH, St. Loals Hepnblio Btulneaa Offlce. Tel. Hell Main 3018. Klaloeh A GT3. tape-worm; Kia,X.tahrrrt.ajeiUafeT44-jai.Bodfc tlIlT6MriI.eyedlUt.aOUT.8t-.SLlxpnl.li SAINT 1? "a LOUIS UNION TRUST CQ m At Fourth and Lacuat Streets. 10.000.00t Capital and Surplus. Protects Tour Saving or Checking Account. 3 Interest on Sarin, 2 on Checking. Striata ltit SmrV tat 0fn Xa7 titw tare mat t a. CITT ITEMS. Xlndell Avenae M. E. Church, LindeU and Newttcad. 4100 west L. H. Dorchester, pastor; 11 a. ra., pastor's top ic "Getting Ready for Winter-'; 8 p. m.. topic. "Hitman Photography." Everybody welcome. TO DRILL MANY SALT WELLS. Kansas Trust Will Explore From Hutchinson to Golf. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. "Wichita. Kas., Nov. 11 Frank Vincent, general manager of the Hutchinson. Kas.. Salt Company, known as the Salt Trust, stated here to-day that the company had begun to drill a string of wells from Hutchinson to the Gulf of Mexico to de termine the extent of tho great salt vein. This company owns most of the salt blocks In Kansas and Texas, and Is large ly Interested In the Michigan field, and practically controls the salt market of the United States. Mr. Vincent said that It was his opinion that the salt vein extended from Central Kansas to the Gulf, and that to determine, this the company would drill a well about every twenty mles on a line sooth to the Gulf,' unless the end of the vein was found. He thinks that the rait beds at Grand Saline, Tex, are In the same vein that passes here. Faraaera' Institute at Greenville. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Greenville, lit, Nov. 11. The annual meeting of the Bond County Farmers' In stitute Is being held here and will con tinue until Saturday night. This after noon Professor W. J. Frazlcr of the State University at Champaign and George Grube of Greenville delivered addresses, and tc-nlrbt the meeting was In charge of 'County Superintendent of Schools W. T," Hartan, and addresses were delivered byieveral Bond County teachers. Many prises to corn growers and butter makers wilt be awarded at to-morrow's session. CREAH BAKING POWDffl Improves the flavor v 'Ex'Ji laVsC t .it' . .i i i.i tana arms ro rnenea rn- illness of the food. z M5mz. Building:. at Seventh. DEMOCRATIC LEADER SAYS SOUTH MUST ASSERT ITSELF. Want Southern Man for Prenlilcnt In 1008 and Decries' Party Heur- Kanlaatlon. The IteDublic Bureau, HLh St. and Pennsylvania Ave. Wasklngton, Nov. ' 11. Discussing the political situation to-day. Representative James Hay of Virginia, one of the Demo cratic leaders of the House, who is on his way to St. Louis, had this to say: "I think tho time has come for the .South to assert Itself and refuse to any longer follow the dictates of the North ern Democracy. "The talk of a new party, or reorgani zation along radical lines should not be listened to by any true Democrat. A new party certainly could do no better than the old one. and there is no need of rad ical reorganization. The Democrats should simply get together and stand for the principles of true Democracy. We have sustained severer defeats than that of Tuesday and recovered. In 1S72, after the disastrous campaign of Horace Gree ley. It was freely predicted that the Dem ocratic party would cease to exist, but it lived to administer defeat to the Republic ans In 1ES and 189 and I see no reason why the Democrats may not expect his tory to repeat Itself. "It Is too early yet to talk about who the leaders will be. When the parts sets together a leader can be found who will suit all elements of the party. It Is Im possible to tell what tho next four jears may brinjr forth. Let the Democrats take cheer. If they get together and present a solid front to the opposition a leader will bo found without any trouble. "One result of this election will be that the South will no longer refrain from asking representation upon the national tlciet. If two Southern men had been nominated at St. Louis the result could not have been worse. In fact, I believe that Missouri and Maryland would have been found in the Democratic column In stead of boosting the Reoub'.lcan majority. "I am In favor of a Southern man for President in IMS, and I believe that every Southern State will demand this recogni tion when the time comes to nominate a standard bearer four years from now. The question of availability should rule no longer." The Battle of Jacinto Was Fought In the Coast Country of Texas. Buy a homeseekers' ticket to Texas. Tickets on sale from Northern points Tuesday. November 22. with limit of a days from date of issue. Take-the Hous ton and Texas Central Railroad from North Texas. It makes quick time to all points In South and Southwest Texa. See your local ticket, agent for rates, stopovers, etc TO HONOR IRISH MARTYRS. Celebration Will Be at Jefferson Club Hall November 23. The thirty-seventh annual celebration to be given by the Irish Nationalists of St. Louts, commemorating the memory and principles of tho Manchester mar tyrs, will take place this year at the Jefferson Club Hall Wednesday evening, November 3. and not at the Pickwick Theater, as heretofore announced. The Pickwick Theater having changed hands made It necessary to secure another suit able hall for the demonstration. At the last meeting of the committee the Reverend Timothy Dempsey, chair man of the Reception Committee, read a letter from Colonel Richard O'SuUIvan Burke of Chicago, who will deliver the principal address, in which he stated he would be in tho city Tuesday. Novem ber sz. N. D. Laughlin has resigned from the management of the Missouri Athletic Club and has purchased the popular Schrapp's Restaurant at Seventh and Lo cust streets, where, under the name of the Laughlln Catering Company, excellent service and popular prices will be main tained. Hungarian orchestra every even ing. JUDGE ANTHONY REAPPOINTED Circuit Judge Will Serve Until His Successor Qualifies. Governor Dockery to-day appointed Judge R. B. Anthony of the Twenty-seventh Judicial Circuit, to serve until Jan uary L Judge Anthony was appointed to serve out the unexpired term of Judge James D. Fox, who was elected to the Supreme Bench In 1902. It was necessary to reappoint Judge Anthony to serve during the period be tween the election and the date for his successor to qualify. Erie Rallreaa to the East. Through Pullmans and coaches; lowest rates. " Information at 102 N. Fourth at. EAGLE IN FIGHT WITH DOGS. Son of Clayton Courthouse At tache Kills Big Bird. Will Bailer, son of the janitor of the Courthouse In Clayton, shot and killed a bald eagle about one mile south of the St. Louis County seat yesterday afternoon. The shot omy broke the eagle's wing, but 1' disabled him sufficiently to cause him to fall to the ground- Bailey's threo dogs attacked the bird, but were beaten off In a vicious Hght, after which the hunter killed him with a club. Mayor to Attea4 Football Gaxae. Maor Wells will attend the Yalc Prlnccton football game at Princeton tills afternoon. The other members of the In- . ir " fctr nuu mtvih io invito the President to attend the World's Fair i vtaaamguju ycsicroay morning, but tits Mayor spent the day visiting his sis ter. Miss L C. 'Wells, departing last night for Princeton. He Is a Princeton graduate. Mayor Wells Is expected home Monday. Cash Boy Arrested. Willie Boyer of No. J1$ Evans avenue, employed as a cash boy In the store of Otto Conn, No. -4J05 Easton avenue, was arrested yesterday charged with stealing money from the cash register. When searched Co was found in his pockets, which he claimed he had found. A war rant was issued and he will be sent to the Juvenile Court. Kewaboy'a Foot Crashed. . J. A. Cashman, a newsboy, of No. 2016 Olive street, was taken to the City Hos pital yesterday from Union Station with a badly crushed foot Upon examination It was found necessary to amputate the foot. It was hurt by a train at Okolan. Ills. Wedoesdi" Scenes of 1!)00 May lie Re-enacted With a General Slaughter of All the Foreigners. Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 11. An Evening Wisconsin special from Belolt. Wis., says: Sennitlonal In the extreme are the re ports sent from Pekln by Charles F. Gam mon of the American Bible Society of an other threatening Boxer uprising In China. Mr. Gammon says that a second Boxer outbreak Is Inevitable and stated in a letter to his father. E. M. Gammon, of this city, that United States Minister Conger Is allvo to the danger and has no tified the Chinese officials that unless the movement Is suppressed at once he will request United States troops to be sent to Pekln. Mr. Gammon's letter reads. In part, as follows: "I found the situation In somo parts of the North very unsatisfactory, particu larly in Shantung and Honan. Dates havo been set for the slaughter of all foreign ers and the general symptoms resemble those of 1S0O. "Several secret societies. Including tho Boxers, have united In a great society, the purpose of which we do not under stand. The officials are helpless, because many of their underlings are members. In fact, tho officials are forced to obtain Information from mlsonarles. The cause of the trouble I do not know, but heavy taxation is one of them. This is being laid at the door of the foreigners." Fine China Dinner Set. S17.S0. 100 pleceo of thin, transparent china, beautiful decoration of pink flowers, gold handles, price only $17.50. Mall orders filled. Write for catalogue. Mermod & Jaccard's. DEMOCRAT NOW REGRETS A PRE-ELECTION PROMISE. Colonel White- of Mexico Agreed to Allow Rrpnblican to Iaane Ilia Paper. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Mexico, Mo., Nov. 11. R. M. White, editor of the Mexico Evening Ledger, now has an opportunity to regret his confi dence In the supremacy of the national Democratic ticket In Missouri. He made a bcfore-the-electlon promise, which. If car ried out, will occupy his time for tho next twelve months in explaining to his farm er subscribers. Colonel White overheard a remark of Postmaster George Kunkel before the election to the effect that there was a chance for Roosevelt to carry Missouri, and he Immediately agreed with the Post master to allow the Post-Office force, with the Postmaster as editor In chief, to pub lish the Evening Ledger for one day, in the event Roosevelt carried Missouri. When seen to-day. Mr. White said that he would stick to his promise, but, with his well-known smile, he said that be had not yet set the day for the Republican edition of his paper. MADAME TALE CHARMS AUDIENCE. Noted Beauty Tells Women nt the Century now to Preaerve Youth. An uncommonly handsome woman, whose grace suppleness, contour and personality, charmed an audience of ..eshlonable women at the Century The ter yesterday afternoon, confided the secrets of her magic youth, romped through myriad calisthenics and closed an instructive lecture by a laughable Imitation of improper forms of walking. lime. Tale, famous for her beauty of face and form a woman past 43 years, who has successfully bid defiance to the ravages of Time, told school girls and grandmothers aliko In an Inviting con versational tone, how to be beautiful and declared emphatically there was no such thing as old age. If the exhibition was one of Nature's models. It was also a display of tact and mental qualities combined. Mmc. 'Vale appeared In an exquisite gown, lectured nearly an hour at a style at striking variance with ordinary lec turers on how to retain and develop one's beauty, which she decisively stated was more than "skin deep," reappeared In a handsome gymnasium suit and in a delightful girlish way, went through the gestures necessary to retain grace of movement. Then she retired to dance out again garbed In dark silk tlchts to demonstrate the correct manner of walk ing, and closed the performance with some hints on her life's study. Mme. Tale's strikingly youthful ap pearance for her confessed age Is won drous. There seemed to be a pathetic side to the scene yesterday when advanced womankind, who desire to look well, realized what has been lost to them by their negligence. Xotlce to Public. Wabash Line Shuttle Train Service be tween Union Station and World's Fair Grounds will be discontinued at Midnight of Saturday, November 12. TWO EMBEZZLERS CONFESS. Penitentiary Sentences t Follow Pleas of Guilty by Employes. Chicago. Nov. 1L Herman Haas, charged with embezzling funds from the Corn Exchange National Bank, pleaded guilty to-day and was sentenced to the Penitentiary for six years. Immediately following the passago of sentence upon Haas, Jarob If. Plain, former cashier of the German-American National Bank of Aurora, was arraigned. He pleaded cuilty to the charge of having embezzled $40,000 of the bank's funds and was sentenced to flvo years In the Peni tentiary. Write for It To-Day. Mermod &. Jaccard's new catalogue will be mailed absolutely free on requesi. Send name and address. LEAVES MUCH TO HOSPITALS. Will of Mrs. Agnes Kennett Filed for Probate. The will of Mrs. Agnes Kennett was filed for probate yesterday: She left J5.00O to St. Luke's Hospital. $2,500 to tho Mul h rphy Hospital Association.- In memory of her son. the late Doctor William C Kennett. and 1M each to the Episcopal Orplans' Home Association of St. Louis and the trustees of Christ Church Cathe dral. aJ.1J?rEOi nci? C Kennett, and Anna K. Farrar. daughter of her deceased husband, she left each 130 shares of stock in tho Kennett estate. She bequeathed JL00Q each to Agnes Ken nett Potter, her granddaughter, Agnes Kennett Dupee, and her niece. Agnca Kennett Ives. To her servants. Ann Smith Oiartaa P. Kennett. Train Was Running Forty Miles an Hour When Tender Jumped Carrying Engine and Coaches With It. Kansas City, Mo.. Nov. 11. Southbound Missouri. Kansas and Texas train No. 5, known as the Flyer, for Texas and Okla homa points, was wrecked to-day at South Mound. Kas., eight miles north of Par sons. Every surgeon at Parsons was hurried to the scene. Two persons were killed, and ten per sons were Injured; two seriously. Tho dead: JOHN FA"RRELT Parson.. Kan . fireman. BWARD MANCHESTER, a tnttellnc engi neer. The Injured: N. W. WILMMf, nerro porter. Hlllaboro, Tex.: probably fatal. GEORGE MILTMORD. Waukesan. III.; cut badly. L. D. MONTGOMERT. Dallas. Tex.; inter nal; serious U E. LTDDICK, Sedalla. Mo. endneer; cut about face aod head. M. J. BUSHMAN. St. Charles. Mo.: brntaed. CHESTER GODIFER. Bryan. Tei.; praised. A. P. SLEIbHMAN. St. Louis; Internal, but not fatally. J. B. W. FOGAL. Qulncy. 111.; foot pinioned under vrVzzr: t.adlv hurt. A XV. EDMONSON. Bryan. Tex. G. S. SBVMOUR. Hlllsboro. IIL: leg wrenched. The train was running at the rate of forty miles an hour when the wreck oc curred. The tender Jumped the track, carrying with it the engine, a bagzage car, a com bination baggage and mall car. a combina tion smoker and coach, and two regular coaches. All the coaches remained upright. All the Injured were In the smoker, which was badly damaged. The fe remaining cars kept the tracks, and the passengers in them escaped with bruises and a severe shaking up. See Teini, the Grent Coast Country. Homeseekers, are you going to Texas? If so, have your tickets read via the H. & T. C. R. R. from North Texas. Best of service. Tickets on sale from North em points Tuesday, November 22. Seo your local ticket agent for Information relative to rates, stopovers, etc KNABENSHUE MAY MAKE ASCENSION AT DELMAR TRACK Bis Programme Arranged for Beneflt to Famlllea of Detective. Killed In Duel. Manager Fred P. Sargent, who Is di recting the preparations for the police beneflt performance at Delmar race track to-morrow, says that A. Roy Knaben shue, the famous young sky pilot, will probably be the navigator of the Baldwin airship ;n the' proposed ascension which has been arranged as a part of the pro gramme. In tho Interest of the families of the city detectives ho were killed in tho pistol duel with bandits on Pine street. Mr. Sargent announced last nlrht that nothing would present the flight of the tamous uaiuornia Arrow save unfa vorable weather conditions. The traa-irpn- erating plant Is being put together at Del mar track, and It is hoped that the fifth flight of the ship will be even more suc cessful than the preceding ones In the series from the World's Fair grounds.,The oauoon ascension ana paracnute drop en the programme will take plac independ ently of the airship. As If these .midair attractions were not enough, Mr. Sargent will attempt to surpass any outdoor performance that has been given during the World's Fair period, by presenting such novelties as Speedy, the champion high diver of the world; Llzetle. the sensational woman who "leaps the gap"; the train robbery, engaging the services of a real locomo tive and express car; a repetition of the great head-on collision between two loco motives, under lull nead of steam, mov lne on a Quarter of a mile of track. Such Interesting numbers as the entire spectacle of the Boer War, with General Vllioen participating: the aDnearance of Colonel Frank B. F1UK managing director oi tne tjoer war, on nis cnampion nign school horse; Miss Lucille Mulhall, In fan cy and trick riding, and several other fea tures, are mere splendid parts of the per farmance. The nerformance will beeln promptly at ICQ p. m., owing to length of tne entertainment. Eyeglaa.es and Spectacles. Eyes tested and glasses properly fitted and adjusted in steel frames. $1. and up; In gold frames. S3, and up. At Mermod & Jaccard's. Broadway and Locust street. Test card frco. ST. LOUIS A HEALTHY CITY. Pure Water Responsible for De crease of Sickness. 9t. Louis has been one of the healthiest cities on the map for the last year. Ac cording to Health Commissioner Simon there has been less sickness here during the last twelve months than In any like period for the last quarter of a century. All of the contagious diseases are at pres ent well. In control, and there are no evi dences of an epidemic of any description for this winter. "I can attribute the good showing made oy tnis department largely to tne pure water that we are getting now," Bald Doctor Simon. "The bacteriological cases have been greatly decreased. From tests being made dally It Is shown that fully M per cent of tho bacteria In the water taken at the In-tako Is eliminated by the Water Department before It reached the faucet of the consumer. "This splendid work has helped us wonaenuuy. ana as a result bt. Louis is healthier than at any time during tbe last twenty-five years." Doctor Simon esterday sent out orders to tbe superintendents of all the public schools to exclude all children who lived In the same apartments, used the satno stairways or playyards as those who wero exposed to contagious aiseases. Some onnoalllon to the order Is exDpct ed, but Doctor Simon nays that It must oe rigidly enforced, witnout exception. FOR FOREIGN COMMISSIONERS. Business Men's League 'to Enter tain on November 28. The Business Men's League yesterday decided to give a banquet on Monday. No vember 28, to the Foreign Commissioners, the National' Commission and the execu tive officers of the State Commissions of ALWAYS INSIST ON GETTING A ,. II I'lfT'JKSrllfi'Stnnnnfc BECAUSE 2u ar. HUl ixini wnaiinna. SSLS&iiHA'?.. paiiu tor Mm uuwte yesec Painting-. Clock.. T aality Havana, TabacM. Kqnal to lst.rtM Claca r Br ti Manufacturer, r. 8, Hie. If. C.Co. . faookv l LOT SS. ! to la. retailer Cut-Glass Sugar and Cteamer. Beautiful new design, per fect cutting; very bril liant an exceptionally good value. Two Pieces Cl 7C for only Jt.O Others np to JM. a pair. Fine China Dinner Sets. SPECIAL NO. I 100 pieces of beautiful china, thin and trans parent, decoration of pink flow ers, gold-traced handles 100 Pieces, 1 C 75 Price Only 90'' v SPECIAL NO. 2 Elegant new China Dinner Sets artistic shapes decorated with floral design of flowers and foliage in natural colors gold-plated han dles 100 Pieces, Ji7?n Price Only l7-aU Other Dinner Sets up to SS50. and sets of all kinds, also Individual pieces. Prices the lowest. Hail Ordtrs Filled. the World's Fair at the Jefferson Hotel. The league has not given so large and elaborate a banquet as this will be. Tbe arrangements were made by tbe Commit tee on Entertainment at a meeUng pre sided over by the chairman, Nathan Frank. Other members of the committee present were Acting President James E. Smith. William J. Kinsella, Pat Short, Charles Nagel. George J. Tansey. Charles P. Stanley, Lyman T. Hay, George J. Hess,' J. C. Blrge. Charles Gallenkamp, Clinton KowelL Charles F. Wenneker. Ed ward Devoy, Henry Wood, Thomas Dunn. Leo Moser and Charles W. Knapp. The league had planned to give this din ner on the evening of Saturday. Novem ber 26, but the decision of President Roosevelt to come to St. Louis on that day changed this plan. The 400 members of the league and the Commissioners, and tne rugn omciais oi tne worlds ratr will be the only ones present at the banquet. Erie Railroad to the East. Through Pullmans and coaches; lowest rates. Information at 112 N. Fourth t- DELEGATES TO CONGRESSES. Conventions Regarded as of Much Importance to St. Louis. Acting President Jame E. Smith of the Business Men's League has appointed as delegates to the National Irrigation Con gress, which meets in El Paso November 15, James F. Coyle and Harvey L. Chris tie, and as delegates to the Convention of the Upper Mississippi River Improvement Association, which meets In Dubuque No vember 13. C. F. Ltebke and Erich Picker. These conventions are regarded as of much Importance to the business Interests of St Louis. The Irrigation Convention In EI Paso Is likely to bring out plans for the development of the Southwest which will result in great good to that section. The Upper Mississippi River Convention will undoubtedly take steps to secure ap propriations for the improvements of the river. Enrrawed Calling Cards. 100 cards with copp.r name plate, script lettering, for jO.50. 100 cards from your own piate, any style, i. At Mermod c Jaccard's. Write for samples. PANAMA PARTY TO SAIL Congressman Schackleford Will Join Secretary of War. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Jefferson City, Mo.. Nov. 1L Congress man Dorsey W. Shackleford of this city departed to-day for Washington. D. C, to Join the Secretary of War and the members of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Affairs. The whole party will proceed to Pan ama. They sail from New Tork next Monday, and will return In about three. weeKS. Enclire Party and Bop. The St. Louis Star Division. No. SO. of the Ladles' Auxiliary to R U of E, will entertain next Tuesday evening at Anchor Hall. Jefferson and Park avenues, at a euchre party and a hop. The play will begin at 8 .CO o'clock. JAPANESE COLONISTS COME. Fifty Families Will Settle if? Florida. . San Francisco, Nov. U. Five Japanese, the advance guard of a colony of forty or fifty families, havo arrived by the steamer Manchuria on tha way to Dade. Fla.. where they Intend to cu'.tlvate 67,000 acres of land. The colony will raise silk, cotton. to-J Dacco ana pineapples ana experiment with them. Visit Texas, the Empire State. HomeseekerV excursion tickets will be sold from Northern points to various Texa points on Tuesday. November 22. The Houston and Texas Central Railroad runs through the heart of Texas and makes quick time from North Texas to all South and Southwest Texas point. See your local ticicci agent relative to rates, stopovers, ctc. DOCTOR DEVILBISS ELECTED. Democrat Wins in Twenty-Seventh Senatorial District. RKPUBLIC BFECrAL. Jefferson Cltv. Mo.. Nov. 11. Late re turns recehed here this evening assure the election of Doctor Frank Devllblss (Dem.) to the State Senate from this (the Twenty seventh) senatorial district, over his Re pubUcan opponent. L. N. Musser, by a majority of seventy-five votes. Deals, taw airi --- "otsssssm MfUIUiUavnint Send Address Cor our new Catalogue, a 336-page book, with over 5,000 illustrations of Mermod & Jaccard's line goods at Lowest' Prices. 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