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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY-' NOVEMBER 23, 1903 AUCTI0NEEPS. Y IHIKi mil g LB. AIR-TIGHT EI3E Sixth Annaml Msisqaenule Ball. The sixth annual masquerade ball of tax wneei Mowers ana Helpers' union. No. 723. of St. Louis, will be given to. night In the Bohemian Gymnasium. Ninth street and Allen avenue. In addition to the regular programme of each year the union naa decided to present eacn may a. handsome souvenir. NOTICE. Marriage aad Death Notice Inserted in Th. Republic will b forwarded by tele graph to any oo or all of th papers named below for simultaneous publication, without extra charge. If a request to do so accompanies the copy. Notice received after midnight cannot b forwarded, fee rri. cnai the next eranlng. Chicago Rec-Heiald, BuSalo Courier. New York Tucaa, Cincinnati Enquirer Phlla. Public Ldger, Durfoa Globe. Pittsburg- Dispatch. Baltlrnnre Herald. Rochester Herald. Washington Poet. Minneapolis Tribune, Providence Journal Syracuse Post-Stand. St. Paul Pionw Prs arn. Cleveland Plsln P".!r DEATHS. BATSCH Entered Into rest ca Monday, No veniber n. 1S04, at 7 a. m.. Rot lea much (nee Mars-ran), -beloved mother of Mr. Jo seph Flalg. Sirs. William J. Passmore. Mrs. Oliver Brooks. Josph E. Batsch and John Batsch. Funeral Wednesday, November 3. at 1:3) p. m., from the residence of her dauchter, airs. William J. Paaamore, K& 2711 Madison street. , BARTLETT On Tuesday. November S3. 1S04. In St. Louie. Mo., Rear Admiral John R. Bul let t.. In the slxtx-aecond 5 ear of bis age. BRIER Entered Into rest, on Tnesdar. No vember 22, 1904. at 10 a. m- Hannah B.. trite cf Robert E. Brier. Funeral Wednesday. No vember 2. from No. 2S5J Waihlwrton aienae. atlp.ni. Interment private. DRETER On Tuesday. Novemb-r a. 1J04. at I p. in- Annie 8. James, beloted wife of R. H. Dreyer. Funeral strictly private. Omit Cowers, FIELD After a lingering Illness. Mrs. W. E. Field. Funeral Wednesday at 2 o'clock front residence. No. Taj Bayard avenue. Interment private. New Tork papers pleass copy. CERAGHTT Entered Into rest on Tnesdar. November 22, 1J04. at 1 30 p. m., Margaret Oejsgntf, dear sister of John 1. William F Charles L. Frank P. Geraghty. and Mrs. Dan Johnston. Due notice of funeral will be siren from family residence. No. UES Bayard revenue. GIBSON-On Tnesdar, November S. lH. at ISi p. m.. Margaret Gibson (nee VaUance), beloved wife of John W. Gibson, aged H years. Funeral from residence. No. 121 Granville place. 'MaeMAHON Os Monday, November a. MM at :J5 o'clock p. m.. Officer Michael MacMa hon, beloved father of the Reverend Hugh Mae-UOIk-8C -Michael Leahy and Mrs. J. F. Dockerfcajed C7 year. Tho funeral will tak plscs Thursday. November 24. at I JO o clock a. m.. from family residence. No. 21 Bulger trst. to St, Kevin's Church, thene to calvarr Cemeterr. Friends are Invited to at tend. Deceased was a member of C. K. of A, NO. Iw. -H2V&3itSntn$Jpl . Tuesday, No vember 23. 1901. at I.-0S p. ta.. Peter J ile-?Z-rl2y!$ busband of Annie McGowan J?1JSCo;eII''..an5 dr father cf Mrs. Bl I rrlh"U Mrs. Al. Tucker, Mrs. Robert PerSo and Matthew and Joseph McGowan. Th fu peral wUl take place Friday, November 25. at J P. m.. from residence. No. 1SS O'Fallon strsjC to 8t.Xawrencs CToole's Church, thence toCalvary Cemetery. Friends Invited to at- berf. beloved srtfs of John Moellenberr. ared day-mt U a. m.. from residence. No 7JU snn. ?Si . to Bt. Bcmlfaca'sChurch. thS?; Stsni'n Cemetery. Friends Sited to 1BFS7?n.tifr- November a PV L 1 : 5j trT residence. No. S Ca pastrest. West Cabanne. Mrs. VI ran la I. Menkens, relict of the late A. H. SSklnsT Dos notice of funeral will be riven. """-c- 5?rI?,tCT?1 1? rest after a ncjerlnr m ness on Mondar. November 21. uitat 15s p. ?&!!& n,lOTl busbsnd of BarbarToS (nee pannon). dear father and xran&faUier. at the aire of n years 7 months and 2 daraFu SnS?' tk" pUc8 lTom niUy residence. No. JM2 Texas avenue on Thursday, November . tm, at 2 p. m. Friends lnvltsd to attend November 22, 1XM. at 730 a. m.. after alinl sertas Illnes Benjamin Pelerreen.' bVlwJhMl SI?? ei. ""?. ''KTera (nee Psnderl. our 5rfathr sad dear krandfather. ared 71 years, ruawsl win tsAe pUc. WedneTNoVenSer H-Si"- n"JS' tb residence of hissonl la-Uw. Thomas W. Cole, corner Manhattan and Ksnslnrton avenues. Greenwood, to InimacuIaS F2niaTlplva:e.theaC CJCemi! BCHMIDT-Ataia W. Fehmldt, In her slrty ftrst year. Inrtneratlon from resld-nre cf hir , Jf- Frl1n"4 Wlederholdt! No. Si Morrison avenue. Wednesday at 2 o'clock. . MnTH-On Tuesday. November tJ. 15M. at 5SDfiSSj,-J!J- arZmltJ' rn McKle? nan). beloved wife, of Patrick Smith, ased S 1ZZL.V?' ?7! ZV t.ke Pta: Friday. No. to St. Leo's Church." thence to Cairary Ctme tery. Flicnds are Invited to attend. "-"- BCRUG08 On November 22. 1JC4. at 1 tj m. R. M. ficrusxa. at his rertderlce. No. SI7 ouVi tot. in toe e!ty-thlrd Jar it hi. aS! runeral from Cook Avenus Methodist Church. Cock avenue and 8pnnc, at I do a. m., Wednes 5r lirjember 3. 2o Cowers. Interment at lTDchbure. va- 8CCIXT Entered Into rest en Tuexdiy. No vember 22. 14. at 7-X a. m., Srldset Scully (nee Mxckln). beloved wife of Jc(m Scully and dear tnotber of Jcbn. James. Walter. Marr and Ancle Scully, after a brief Illness at the are of 41 yars The funeral will take place Thursday. Novraber U. at 2 p. m.. from fam ily' resldenca. No. 1481 North Seventh street, to Bt. Patrick's Church, thence to Calvary- Ceme tery, mends Invited to attend. Boston, Mass.. papers pleas copy. TRIMBLE On Monday. November 3, DM. at 7 p. m., James R. Trimble, the beloved son of Julia A. TrtmWe and brother of John and Wil liam Trlmbts and Mrs. Bells Tracy. The fu neral will taks place from residence. No S3I7 lfsfBtt avenue, on Thursday. November It st t-Jt) a. m.. to St. Matthews dmrch. thence to Calvarr Cemetery. Friends Invited. Pleass senlt flower. WAGONEB UNDERTAKING CO. Day or Night. A Fitting Finish for your THAIKSGIVnG FEAST CAN $J RELEASE OF FUND IS Court Holds That $75,000 Intend- er for Bribery Should Be Returned to Lender. HENRY NICOLAUS WINS SUIT. Judge Saya Plaintiff Signed Notes as Surety in Ignorance of Fur pose for "Which Money .Was Intended. Circuit Judse "Wood yesterday ordered that the 173.000 Suburban boodle fond, de posited in a safe deposit box of the Lin coln Trust Company, be turned over to the German Savings Institution In pay ment of notes given by Charles H. Turner, former president of the St Louis and Suburban Railway Company, who bor rowed the money from the German Sav ings Institution November 22, ISO. The fund, together with $60,000 deposited In a safe deposit box of the Mississippi Valley Trust Company, was to have been used In briblne members of the Municipal Assembly to pasa a bUl favorable to the Suburban Company. Tha $0.0 was In tended for members of the City Council and the $75,000 for members of tha Bouse of Delegates. Henry Nloolans, who, with Ellis TValn wrlght, was Bursty on the notes, brought suit to have the funds, which were held by order of the criminal division of the Circuit Court, for use as evidence In the boodle prosecutions, used In payment of the cotes. Judge Wood sold, that If Turner had brought the suit that the court would probably not grant any rel'ef. The evidence, the Judge said, showed that Nlcolaus signed the notes as surety for Turner, and that he was Ignorant of the corrupt purposes for which the money was to be applied, and that there was no evidence connecting Nlcolaus In any man ner with a scheme to bribe the members of the House of Delegates. Under the facts, as shown by the tes- entitled to nave the fuel applied to the payment of the notes. EXECUTION IS SUBPENDED. The only obstacle. If any, be said, to Immediate payment arises In consequence of the xrdr of court Impounding the funds to be used as evidence In certain criminal causes. Respect for the court making the order suggests, he said, that the execution of the decree, entered yes terday, should be suspended until the or der Is revoked. "It would seem." said tha Juage, "that the order has served its purpose in having the money for use In criminal causes. Its production before a jury couldi only be for the purpose of showing that such a fund bad been deposited In the safety deposit box of the Lincoln Trust Com pany, and this fact can now bo nrnvM hv a. score of witnesses, and its further re tention tor voe purpose or testimony would seem to be unnecessary. The fund in oontraver-Ranr Anm nnf come within the law of escheats, and could ui. ue wirupnaiea oy me Htiie under the statutes relating to escheats nor can it be confiscated by the State." Judge Wood explained that after ob taining an order from the criminal -itH. slon of the Circuit Court, revoking: the unict luiiMuuuing- me zuna, mat applica tion may be made to bis court for the immediate application of the fund to tho payment of the notes. The suit relating to the SG9.000 was tried some time aaro before Jridsri. Rnn wt, said that he would withhold his decision unui ins criminal cases, in which the fund was needed as evidence. wntiM K. disposed of. May Kot Erect Tabernarlr. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Dixon. IlL. NOV. 2i Th wnrlr of - paring the Government lot here for the ..ws... w. n. ..4...C Aur me ncverenu ORDERED 1 fsearTTMtiTrojiasaiw OLUETT. KABOOY ft OO.. W .. Cjaarr am mummmem ra U A FINELY ELAVORED CUP JAVA& MOCHA MOTLEYS KINSELLA COFFEE SSPICE CO. William Sunday was stopped this morn ing by Postmaster Shaw, on a telegram from H. A. Taylor, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. The question of using the lot will be settled at Washington, the point having been raised by tho business men that no official of the Government has a right to lease Government land for such purposes. The City Council, at a special meeting last night, failed by one vote of the necessary two-thirds of pass ing an ordinance placing the site of the proposed tabernacle in the Ore limits. It Is said this wlU be done In a few days. VISITORS AT ST. LOUIS HOTELS F. V. Crouch of Iota. Eas., Is at tha La clede. John D. Wheeler of Warren. Ark., Is at the Linden. X. E. Staves of Kansas City Is at the Planters. Mrs. a J. Stott of Kansas City Is at the St. Nicholas. Edwin O Little of Kansas City Is at the Jefferson. A E. Hctchlnn of Kansas City Is at the St. Nicholas. Mr. and Mrs. M. Sconeld cf Hannibal are at the Southern. Mr. and Mrs. W. Alwein of Kansas City are at the LladelL James G. Williams of De Soto, Mo., Is at the St. James. Mr. and Mrs. J. C James of BelleTllls an at th Laclede. Mr. and Mrs J. C Stewart of Kansas City art at the Linden. Mr. and Mr. Alfred Hart of Kansas City are at the Jefferson. T. A Harvey of Wyandotte, L T.. Is stay ins; at the Jefferson. J. E. Broussard of Beaumont, Tex., Is stay ing at the Planters. James P. Chase of Socorro, N. V,. Is rexis tered at the LlndelL Mrs R. M. Goodlett of Finm City Is a cuest at the Jefferson. A D. Bethard of Denleon. Tex., Is regis tered at tha Planters. . . M. L. Lyall of Chihuahua, Mexico, la stay ing at the St. James. J. Woodson Perry of Albany. Mo., Is stsy lnc at the St Nicholas. . H. E. Byrnes of Independence. Kas.. Is reg istered at the Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Farrell of Arkansas are staying at the Jefferson. O. H. Camahan of Sierra Majora, Mexico, Is staying at the Planters. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Smith of Erookfleld sr roistered at the Laclede. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Spencer of Hannibal are registered at th. Jeffervon. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bryan cf Emporia, Kas.. are ruesta at the Southern. Theodore Webster cf Sulphur Springs, Tex Is registered at the St. James. Mr. and Mrs. C B. Wells of Centralis, HL. are registered at the Planters. Mr. and Mr. J. 8. Paw of Beans Terre, Mb . are staying at the Lac'eda. --Mr and Mrs. Henry McGrew of Kansas CHt sre staylnr at the Planters. .-4Cr. and Mr, a M. Smith of Paragould. Ark., are ruesta at th Planters. Mr. and Vn TT.rv "Rttaa nf TTT.Tm. Yt.t. Ark., are staylnr at the Llndell. -r5ertarr of Stats aim B. Cook of Jefferson City Is registered at the Jefferson. Mr' and Mrs. C. H. Bantley of Lebanon, Mo., are registered at the Laclede. """" r. and MreG. w Humphrey of Sheldon. Mo., are registered at the Laclede. Mr- and Mrs. F. B. Thomnson of w. City an ltaymc at the 8. Nicholas. Mr. and Mrs. George Little of Fort Worth, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Rrahmore of Cherry vale. Kas.. an aueats at the Llndell. xTZ f M1!" ana "" "by Rivers of Little Rock are xuests at the Llndell. .TiMrVnd Ura- J- R- Williams of Saa An tonio, Tex., are guests at the Laclede. ,7-C JF- Colley and Claude Bellamy of Nash ville. Tenn.. are registered at the Llndell. -John B. Caldwell of St. Marys and u r Chllders of TroyMo.. an lSeLclede. Mr. and Mrs. John Lynch and Mis. Maud King of Carilngton. Mo., are at th LacledaT r , fJxl9,,t r!ral freight agent of tho Big Four. Is reaistered at the PlantersT "Ti-W'Pow.eiI pf Brownvllle. Tenn.. and 5. W Powell of little Rock, an at theJeSersort -tJ. B- Black of Marked Falls, and James P CofnnBatesville, Ark., an re'glrtSnaatuU "Jo5f9.?n ltr- E. E. Swink and Mr. and Ui, ?iJktg.'mia' 0t raralnSto arTgcSs t" "? & R"3"- Otto J- Boehm. Joseph HendrtcSjon and George E. Muehftbick of Kansas City an registered at the St. Jamel MIsaouriasi la Itevr Yorlc. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New Tork. Nov. 22. Among the arrivals at the hotels hero to-day were the follow ing from Missouri: fit. Louis-Mrs. M. Swepe, M. Schwab and Mrs. Schwab. Savoy; B. B. SUfer. C. Dlelxel and Mrs. Dletxel. Herald Square; j. Morrow, Waldorf; H. H. Parker, Manhattan; c N. Jones. Hotel Astor; E. T. Jelllffe. CoamopUtanl E. C Graham, St. Andrews; A. S. Sterling and Mrs. Bterling. Vendome; C. F. Zukoskl. Cum berland: W. R. Allen, Murray H1U; J. L. Mat thews, Holland; C. if. Ros-nihal, Fifth Ave nue; T. Bauer, Cumberland; M. Pelnado. St. Denis: W. A. Swasey, Wellicgton; B, F? Rot enhelm. Grenoble. Kansas City W. J. Gurney, Criterion. Bt. Joseph J. A. Warner, Imperial. At CbJcasro) Hotels. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Chicago, m., Nov. 2i These Bt. Louis ans registered at hotels here to-day: Auditorium F. W. Blttman. J. W. Black. L T. Cook. Mrs. J. S. Dickson, F. n. Drake? X Hallan. C. D. HamDton. N? S. JonasoSTMrs; F. B. McKenna, G. A. Wymas. Bngxs c. E. Given. Shfimfn Bouse S. R. Ellis. X. D. ECcre. E. S. Shufert. c J. Tbcmpsoat ", Great NorthemJ. Ames, J. F. Byrnes. G C Oct, T. M. Jacoba, S. sTkesaler, C. ALeaiS ens. J. F. O-Neul, A. S. White. rtaer Houte B. D. Custer, a. L. Leva. F. w. Lewis Victoria M. F. Holmes. Mies L WaUac. Brevoort S- J. Forter. H. N. Banbury c S. ScoUard. F. R. Woods. animry. t.. Grand PacJae J. S. Gordon. J. c. Holman. BL C Krtta, O. J. Massott- v-man. a. Kalseroor-. W. BUlr, p. a. vr-fTm.., t wife, H. B. Fierce. D-amt Exoerisaent With a raid. Talr x9rirt r.af-4-. nt(n n.ui... I Tbcjr cure colds ana malaria. N fcromldea. Practical Bnslness Estab. 16 YEARS. Incorrorated $30O,000JK. SIXTEEN bankers on Board of Directors. ST. LOUIS 85-ftrce FbigI RALEIGH ATLANTA ST.LOUIS PADUCAH FT. SCOTT COLUMBIA FT.WORTH NASHVILLE KNOXVILLE GALVESTON F1IM Itgtt 9 IN 1:2 States Ctn Yob Wlffli Them? 15 BIGGEST Best CATAL0Q Tells ThiRtrf Isssfi'l atsstrt M SHREVEPORT KANSAS niTV C LITTLE Bwt ROCK MONTGOMERY OKLAHOMA CITY Endorsed by business men from Me. to CaL Our diploma represents In business what Yale's and Harvard's represent In literary circles. PfiCITTANQ .Written contract given to rujlllUllO, secure position or to refund money; or may contract to pay tuition out of (alary. Over 6.000 students each year. No vaca tion: enter any time. DAY and NIGHT session, SPECIAL rate If you call or write SOON for Proposition B." Catalog FREE. We teach BY MAIL wwfn!lrnrRFP''"l- TTIK r.nELVT EAST AND WEST LIrTB ACROSS THE ENTIRE STATES OF TEXAS AND LOUISIANA NO TROtntLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS. New Dlalaar Cars (meals a la carte). Write for Low Rates. New book on Texas. Free. E. P. TURNER. Geaeral Pnssenxtr Aceat, Dallas, Texas. MISSOURI SUPREME COURT. Opinions Are Handed Down in Twenty-One Cases. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Jefferson City, llo., Nov. 22. The Su preme Court. Division No. 2, delivered twenty-one opinions, all criminal cases ex cepting; one. Jeff Nunly of Butler County was sen tenced to the Penitentiary on theoharge of corrupting a Juror. He gets three years. James Meals of Monroe County was con victed of seducing Clara Belle McNear un der promise of marriage, she being under 21 years of age. The lower court gave htm three years in the Penitentiary and tho Supreme Court affirms the Judgment, H. R. Lentz. a lawyer of Poplar Bluff, Mo., who was conxicted in Butler County on a charge of embezzlement, and sen tenced to two years In the Penitentiary, is awarded a new trial, the Supreme Court reversing and remanding the Judgment, the court Baying In Its opinion that "Even though a lawyer, be should not be con victed on mere suspicion." William Alexander of Nodaway County bad appealed from a sentence of five years in the Penitentiary for robbery In the first degree. The Supreme Court affirms the) Judgment. The case of State vs John Williams, a negro, charged with murder in tho second degree, was reversed and remanded to the Circuit Court cf Pemiscot County because of a defect in the information. Williams was charged with the murder of Charles Clark. Three Hungarians, John. Henry and An tolne Neighbaker, were each given ninety nine years In the Penitentiary for murder ing one Harry Kowalllo In the town of Des Loge, St. Francois County, January 15, 11903. Following Is the complete list of pro ceedings in the Supreme Court to-day: BT GANTT. P. J. Stat ts. John. Henry and Antoln Neigh baker: antrmed. State vs. Le Rosenblatt: writ cf error Quashed and judgment cf Circuit Court affirmed. Stat vs. Datld Bldenbender: writ of error ouaahed. State vs. William Tracer; writ of error otashed. State vs. Frank Boehm: afSrmca. Stat vs. John Williams: reversed and re manded. State vs. Geonra F. Tower: affirmed. State vs. John B. Knowlts; aflrmed. - BT FOX. J. Stat vs. Rudolph: alarmed sod execution set for January U. 1XS. Stat vs. Lntx: reversed and remanded. tstate vs. Klncer; afnrmed. Stat vs. Meals, affirmed. Stat vs. Alexander; affirmed. Stat vs. Nunler: reversed In part and. af firmed In cart. Stat vs. Boehm: affirmed. Stat vs. Boehm: afflrmed- Ftat vs. Etchman: reversed and remanded. Stat vs. Blakeley; affirmed. Stat vs. Hartsell; affirmed. State vs. Harting: affirmed. Miller vs. Dunn: reversed and remanded with directions. Motions pending In Division No. 2. No vember 21, 1S04: , . Vincent vs. Means; motion to transfer to court in banc denied. Haseltlne as. Messmore; motion to modify opinion and Judgment denied. Bculun vs. Wabash Railroad Company; mo tion rehearing- overruled: motion to modify opinion overruled: supplemental motion cor re hearlne; stricken from files. St. XJooiM vs. Roe; opinion modified and mo tion rehearins; denied. Hartman vs. St. Louis Transit Company; motion to transfer to St. Louis Court of Ap peals sustslnsA sTEXASM ffi JPACI AMUSEMENTS. laJw,Vs-siVr'VVfsisrsr sVV'srsfW"V'V'1'itsrV lafsrr rf BOER WAR TO-NIGHT AT 7:30 P. GRAND BENEFIT PERFOSMMOE ftr BOER aii BRITISH SOLBIERS mar eitm futnei. BATTLE OF NAVAIi SHOW WEST REAL WAIU REAL WATER! TWO Special Extra erf nmarnee Tkankssivlas; Day, ud Saturday, H vtlt Day I TAKE A TRIP ON THE GREAT MISSISSIPPI RIVER. See th Eada Brldse, St. Louis Rives Float aad JeeTersoa Barracks. THE HAsfMOTH EXCURSION STEAMER "CITY OP PROYIDsCrCV Leaves Dally at lOtOe) A. M-, Reran at lrOv P. K. Leaves Daily at SiOO P. sL, Reforms at 5r0 P. Ja. 3EV.OTT9rX THZP SO OBIVXTBI. eat leaves frasa fot of OUve atreet. Fkoaesi Mala US4, lUalseit A1S8. FESTIVAL ORGAN RECITAL8: . . . ERXEST R. KROEGER, 11:80 A. M. a L L J. AUGTJSTEvE O'SHEA, 7:30 p. M. to-day K0KZK POPULAR CONCERT, (New Haatad.) AMUSEMENTS 0&0tjtjklftJjttjS0 asssaMsfiVa; Jo LIQUOR DRINKING, MORPHINE ieeley M tUretoa Draa Orl, sUartrtssala, Tsttsos sssl Orstti ATiis tsF9. .1. R. BLAINR. DhvalrlnM SkSn.M.H r.Vtir 2B0I-3-5 Locust St.. St. V2? "Ml T"lTCHT . King t. Stmms: motion to tax cost printing sustained for 114.40. Martin Castle: motion to tax cost printing; sustained tor (33. Clemraes vs. Connecticut Mutual Lire Insur ance Company: motion to tax cost of pnntlns; sustained for S77.S0. Stat vs. Atchley: transfer to court In banc. State vs. Dawson: transfer to court In banc Stat vs. Colemaa: transferred to court In banc Motion of Earn. B. Jeffries. A. R. Grund Is en- Sayrs vs. trustees Princeton University; mo tion to dismiss srpeal by respondent: leave to aroallant to 111 augzestion In opposition and ten daya leave to parties to take denosiuoss. Griffin vs. Miller; motion to advance filed; sustained and set for foot January call. 1K5. Ex carts Louis Stein: motion to set for hear Inr sustained and set for January 4. 105. Harris Bsnklcg Company vs. Miller; motion to strike out oral evlleuc overruled. Adjourned to December 12. 1905. BUILDING NEARLY COMPLETE. Engine-Honse at Manchester and Pierce Almost Ready. Fire Chief Swingley stated yesterday that within a few weeks the new engine house at Manchester and Pierce avenues would be ready and that somo of the ap paratus and men now stationed at tha World's Fair would be transferred there. Speaking of the recent fires at the Ex position. Chief Bwingley stated that he did not see how it would be within the city's province to station more men at the Ex position without being so requested. He stated, however, that he retrretted that the fire inspectors had been dismissed, as he believed that the patrol added material. ly In lessening fire dangers. Celebrate Golden Weddlnar. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Sedalla, Mo., Nov. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Triplet to-day celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. A family reunion 1854-104 Waltham Watches JUVE STOOi TnElTESTjOi TWli "' WMTBAJL CTttnr mark EHU OF 1:00, 3:30 am 7:30 P.M. AILT. MUM. MICEJ. 0 MSSES. SANTIAGO END OF THE PIKE. SHIPS BLOWN TO SPLUTTERS I -4P.3L- ON THE PIKE. ktttAkHkmmtvntkiww JSey Lam. Bill rkui. luutst 11 urc T..ACCO SJI tllllTHIIlla DEPARTMENT OF. THE INTERIOR. No vember X US4- Sealed proposals (la duplicate) will be received at the office of Honorable John G. Brady. Executive Commissioner of the Alaska exhibit, Alaska bulldlsx. Lou isiana Purchase Exposition. 8tT Loula Mo- until a o'clock n n bh,i.. November 2J. U04. for th purchase and rt on the grounds cf th Louisiana Purchase Ex position: and also proposals tor the curchaM cf the fixtures and other property therein bo longing to the United States and net specially exempted rrorn sal. Proposals will ben celved separately for th mm bullilnar and for either or both of th native bulldlngau Each hid must be accompanied by a certified ebsck. payabl to the order of th Secretary ofta. Interior, for 10 per centum of the amount of th bid. as a guarante that th bidder wIlL jf successful, promptly execute a satisfactory esa tract for th purchase, payment and removal of the property Included In hi bid, Th rlaht Is reserved to reject any and ail Bids, to ac cept on part and meet th other, as th Interests of th service may require, and to waive technical detects. Further informatloa may b obtained en application to Honorable John G. Brady, Executive Commissioner ot the Alaska exhibit, Alaska building. Louisiana Purchase Expoettlcn. sc Loula. Mo., to whem all proposals should b addressed, marring th same "Proposal for purcnas ot Alaska hand ler, or furniture." as th cas may b. Pro spective bidders should examine end Inspect th property on the grounds. Bidder are Invited to be present at the opening;. THOS. RTAN. Chairman Alaska Exhibit Coramlssion. ISTHMIAN Canst Commission Prcposal for Ten (10) Mules Sealed proposal In duplicate win be received at the offic of th Isthmian Canal Commission until I p. m. on the twesty fifth day of November. 1304, at which tint, they will b opened la public, for furrilsslag ten mules, the earn to b not over six years of age or under Bve. to stand between fifteen (15) and sixteen (ll hands, aad to weigh be tween 1.000 snd 1.389 pounds each. Tb said mules are to be found and well broken and frs from blemish In eterv particular and fully us to the army standard. Price quoted to maaa delivery at dock. New Orleans, La. J. G WALKER. Chairman of Commtttoa. " . Kb u.13 ujuu ui weir uaugntcr. Mrs. William Harris, and many handsome presents were received. Mr. and Mrs. Trip let weie married in Hardin County. Ken- tnrlrV- Anil n.ftrA rM In ISS.It.. .k. U J B SiaTiS m Sa fciun. . .1 ... ft. . past fifteen years. JEi$& A. A. SELKIRK & CO., AUCTION AND STORAGE. Re.ral.vr a&l tcit BAtnrT!i.T al and jrenersJ olSc. 1108-10-12 Chouteau Teao, ale In nsldoca a specUltx. Pbooa Klmtot i WESTERN SALVAGE WRECKING AGENCY. loss snd 107 Washington avena. handlers t Fire and Marie Saivac. Watcb tor spectai notice. SAMCAL GA71S. Manasrer. AMUSEMENTS. jutt0tt OLYMPIC MATIXBB TO-DAY ATZ. r-vF.vias ATS TjAST VVJisBK! Spcclul Thamktglrlag Day Matinee, KLAW A ERLA5GER CO. (Ibc) GEN. LEW WALLACE'S I BEN-HUR Dramatlxed by William Touns. Music by Edxar Btllrman KalKT. 350 - FEOPLH -350 PRICES COc, T5e LOO and SLSO. HEXT WEEK C0MMEHCI1IB MONDAY. Beats Keady Thorsday Momtar. Ktrilar WMneik7 -1 Datrmlir VitTni VIOLA ALLEN a&rSggS&TIIE WIlTErSTALE. with Notable Company and ProductioB. CENTURY "KST Wed. aaat Sat. Mats, and Special Tswsdkaw Clvlas; Day Sfatlaee. Th Greatest Cast Ever Organized fsr a Sa on' Tour. Nine Famou Stars S ... eelvtng Fahnlon Balatie JA3TES O'NEILL. GRACE GEORffBV LOUIS JAMES. J. E. DODSON, JAMESON LEE FTNNET. MRS. LEMOTNE, CLARA MORRIS, ' SARAH TRUAX. ELITA PROCTOR OTIS. Win present th New Tork revival of 'TRE TWO OBPHAM." fLIebler A Co., Manacsra.) Plenty of good rsata for all jmrii isnu I Bee;!nnlnpr With Matinee NEXT SUNDAY WILLIAM COLLIER Jn Richard Hardtss; Davis Fane Tit Dictator. SEATS ON SALE NEST THURSDAY. IIIDEDI1I TO-NIOHTAT8. iMrcnijiL sat.wu7Mat.atx TENTH AND PINE. 1S34 Tlsa. Her. David Belaaeo Presemts BLANCHE BATES 1st THE DARLING OF TRsS GODS. ADRAMA OF OLD JAPAN. By David Belaaeo and Join Luther Long. Price from He to tut. Good Lower Flsot Ssata Me. Seats en sal for naxt wask. SPECIAL THANKSGrTTNG MATTNEE NII8S BATES T8og& MADAME BUTTERFLY and MY AUNT'8 ADVICE. COLUMBIA . Sixth aad St. Chart. St. ALL THIS WEEK AND NEXT SUNDAT. Contlnuou Vaudeville. IS to : DaUy. Mclntyr 4k Heats. Spessardy' Bear. Grace Palotta & Malda UrbanlABcn. Frank A Jennie Clarice Vance. - rt.5. Probst th Great, 8mirl 4t Kssaner. Vonuilo Nina. i Mitchell & Love. DrjtbT Kenton. Hubert DeVeam TlS Klaodrome. lie JOc. Me; Orchestra Chairs, Rrd STAR TNEATER SSSSSSSm. Pboa Kin. D Mlt-ion; Beaumont IM. . -. vrxAwr uku stock; 430. This coupon nd v will ,jm two La dles or Lady I BTToiSOITl a Oeatla- inwi., wij .Mafc aim wm tSl.m;t TPU All Thl Weak ORTUEBJ( UG1 Nlshts A Tbanksglvtnx Max. ISo. toe. XSc Downiunn tlciftetnc. Bollman'a lt QHv GRAND illft TO-DAT ll. AND SAT. ZScnife. XTRA JaATINEETHAA'KiKJrvJJf " DAT. 30. UrespiaM eXX3ITSrZ aunleai Its. XI Naxt Bm. Mat. PARIS BT NIOHT. HAVLIN'S TsWlskSstawWIkir. T 34M (M 1 aUSSWS MatMy. if Mails Taasday. Tkarsaav. rigni rncas is. zs. as, soe-N rwsijar. MmUmm wlcAtf.ATi1.t; r.sfirt)' Next Sun. a. Mat "Whaa Woaaa XatS STANDARD THE BOMB Two raoij HOMa or rpLLT. I-ROLICS DAILX. lasqu VaadvtllZ nnTlmrnaVm . .111. THE MERRY MAIDENS CO. See th Aerial Kings th Flvinst BilihBa Next Wcak-Farislaa Widows. CRAW FORD 7Bg . o IF .. TTl CsUlla TisslllM "THOU SHALT HOT KILL With MR. GEO. B. TRTMBLS llBd FRANKLTN OALSl ETabcrat 8csuePl tlon. 25c Mats. Toea. Thura, Sat Ma. Next HER FIRST FALSE RsF. FOOTBALL GAME. SMITH vs. HIGH Thanksgivlnr sit Spertsmaa Park, id a. a. Ts Ii Gi Is If ALL Plswsyttjs. BURTON HOLMES Magnificently niustrattd Travtteraea, ma mniAT miiM at m. IRgLAND Dec I JAPAN .Dee. if is? On Sill Sit. In .95 50C -" w w "M ! U a. oviimaa w, lxgt UiTTl- NANA The most srtracrdlnary result ever produced la th and ta art. Draw Ins; thousand cf dstisat o" visitors. Ta ptksw DEPARTMENT OF THJT INTERIOR. No vember X nK4--Bealed prapcaai (in duplicate) will b received at th etfie of T. C Hubbard. Executive Coramlslonr of th Indias Terri tory exhibit. Indian Territory buiVlinc. Louisi ana Purchas Expoiitfem. St. Louis. Mo., until Z o'clock p. ts. Saturday, November at ISO, for th sal and" removal of ts Indian Terri tory exhibit building located on th ground cf th Louisiana Purchas Exposltlom. and alas proposal for th purcha.'vi of th fsrnttur. fixtures and other propertx thereto iimsnr ta th Unlta4 States and not raelanv rtmmtw from al. Each bid must b aenarspsuUea by a certUUd ehck. payabl ta th order at tho Secretary ot the Interior, for is per ni,n C ths amount of th bid. as a ffarasta that th hi bU. The right is resemd to reject any and all Mas, to accept en part and reject th other, a th Interests of th ame may re aulre. and to walv technical detects. Fartae Infer ma tlon may b obtained on arUcatloo ts F. C Hubbard. Executive COrsalsslorMr of tba Indian Territcry exhibit. Indian Territory baOd lngv frfTulrlsna Purchas Exposition. St. XsetisL Ma. to whom sll proposals shoold b ad dressed, marking; the sam "Proposals for por cnaa of Indian Territory building, or fur niture. as tha case may b. Prcspecttr bid der stould examln and inspect ta ptopaitr on th grounds. Bidder ar lnsitad to b an ent at the opening. THOS. RTAJt Chalm-an Indian Terrltarr Exmltr--r-. Do You Ever si t e consider the pretest eitkiency at the 1ELEOKAPH SERVICE cum pared with what It wMMbcHrm the "POSTAL' ealtred the UtU? i j WS" -TMiil !fe Si!Bj!a--4i fS;jsJ-3SJ'i S?'g.g Stg ?i fc&Cjr&Ci& -.SfH,, '-l.Z?'Z'.Zfi?Ssyz ?.fv.