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THE ST. LOUTS REPUBLIC: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1904.
GARFIELD'S PLftl MARKED STUMPS BANKER'S SON MARRIES YOUNG LADY jjjjjj fJE PHUMINLNI IN SUCItTY A I VlbNNA.! AN INVITATION TV II HIS LOPg m To ic. t5i:niiliinl Oil SnacMi-d IVl'i;il I i.(. of ('li, tries Fml Cm-.- I'll. I5nil- H.-i.s No Aitfiiil;uit and Olllv ll.-ilf :i Iloxen Hil"ts An' Present. : Control of lntcrstiitc Corpn raiions Five Years Ash. Ir I'olici" of Two riiii. A UFFOLK STATESMEN PAUSE AND THINK. .r.Miii xK ArcnboM Dt'cljircu Luck of Uniform.. v in Laws of Vari ous States ':u Mosr Wa lious Problem of Ilusiin. WHSliinRtim, I)tc 20 -It turns out thU OtrmnlsinnT .l.tnu's K. f;e2 livid' jilan for JVtlr:l control nf inMt interstate rr jtornt.ous iioi only ;ioi n-'V.. hut thai the J. lea in a tllrrcl t ji of iruwj".timiN ilrt iiudp by the St:ixul.ird Oil Cmnimnj T!iH Int rrstin antt soiiu-v.li.it humorou Ji -i!opmfnt in lh .iM it Ion Jo- tin control of trusts has uttrat tvd much attention here and li.i.s raunl ?oruo htjte-nm n to p:.t;si and tliltil;. Hefor the Industrial Oonifnuvsiun ap points! by l,re.iilnt MiKInl-y. John J. .rchlol'J of the Standard Oil Company, on September 3. liW, made this remarkable siatfmciit: "If you should a-k im xntltrme:j, what h'KLslation cm bi imposed to improve tin picvnt condition. I answer that the next Croat and, to in mind. lnvitablu Mp of progress In the direction of our commer cial development Ht-s In the direction of national or Kederil corporations. If such corporations should be made possible un der such fair restriction and revision as should be attached to them, any branch of budncsg could be free'y entcietl upon b all Commissioners and the talk of mo nopoly would forever be done away with. LAWS VAKIKD. "Our system oT State corporation lavr, almost as varied In their provision as the number of States, keatious alike to the business community and to the au thorities of the various States. Surh Fed eral action need not take away from these Stale;j their right to taxation or pollcu regulation, but would make It pondble for business organizations to know the gen eral terras on which they could conduct their business in the country at large. "Iack of uniformity in the laws of vari ous States as pflVctinjc business corpora tions Is one of the most vexatious features attending the business life of any great corporation to-day. and I suggest for our most etireful consideration the thought of a Federal law. Mr. Archbold's remedy for the situation which has since deelopd. as pointed out In the President's1 message, is almost Iden tical with the propositions made by Com missioner Garfield in his annual report. The reproHintHtivn of the Standard Oil Company, while advocating Federal chart ers, did object to what he tailed rc strictie legislation. On this j-uhject he bald to the communion: "The outcry, gentlemen, against corpo rations does not come from the great, busy industrial classes, but from Impractical sentimentalists, yellow journals and po litical demagogues from the latter, per haps, moro than any other It Is a eri tab'e attack upon thrift arid prosperity. To lWten to their oices to the extent of imposing restrictive legislation would mean a frightful step backward in The commercial development of our countrj." BARRINGTWS DAUGHTER FINDS A NEW HOME. Klfllnr lOlizalirlh ll-irmn ilopteil l ' l'fscr Parents VIu Will Kilueali Ilrr for Mime. RKI'UBI JC SPBCIAls Now York. Dec. :C For Klaine ;iiza liejh Birton. II years old, Santa clans brought to-day as a present a home ilh a kind-hearted profejsional man and his wife, who will place the child in a way to attain her ambition for the stage, Through publicity given the efforts of I-rinine's mother, Mrs. Cclcstine Klizaljeih Millrr Barton, wlfo of the notorious "Iord Barrlngton," non- under sentence of death in St. Louis County, to obtain the adoption of her daughter by persons of RUincient means to affonl education for the Biri. the attention of the gentleman and his wife, who live in New York, was at tracted last Tuesday. Negotiations were at once set on foot and to-day Mrs. Barton turned the child over to hrr foster parents. The name of her new-found friends is not divulged. STABBED IN BLIND TIGER. Three Men Celebrating Christmas Fight Wilh Filial Results-. HKPITHI.lt" RPBaAU West Plains, Mo.. Dec X. Near Dora, on the Howell and Ozark counties bound ary line, to-day, Dan and Joe Smith, brothers, and James Anderson were cele brating Christmas at n. blind tltrer. The men became quarrelsome and a fiuht ensued. In which Anderson slabbed Dan Smith to death with a. pocket knife and fatally wounded his brother Ander Fon escaped" to the mountains. A noswe is pnrruinc him. OBITUARY. JtXSKPH W. WAIiUCK. tVontiiter. Mans. Dec X Josph V Wal lace, a lifelong friend of Admlsrl D"n'j and hlii rhlrrame In the Civil War. Is dal at his home hre. He was 74 years uld. MRS. SAHAH HENItT. Odin. III.. Iv. 2C -Mn Sarah Hnry. M yrsrx old. died h're to-diy MRS. ANNA II. AuUKN. Mtchfleld. III.. D-c. K. Mrs. Anna M Addr.. wife of ndanl .ild-n of Mount olli iils at lb Fit. Krpnria Ilcepltal In this clt Tg-da aftflr undergoing a nutRlc-sl orratlon for ap pendicitis, at th age of 27 vars JESSE MOOKEItCAW Ilalliia. Tex., Dec. :6 JcsFe Moo-ehrai f rharlftcn. S. t.. illed tuddeals In the rlty HonptU.1 at Dallas to-da" He was taken Ftck last Thursday. He was 34 jean old. Ill father has been feRraphisl lo at Charls:er. HIRAM MAYFIEMl. MarahiJI, Mo.. Dee. "U Hiram Masfle'd. r; tears old. dlisl fsiddn!y this mornln in the ham M feedlnc his stiK'k. MISS 1.I7.ZIE crNNIXOHAM Milan. Mo., t)oe. M Miss I.1z7lr funnlncha-n died at her home near Pollack io-ds or u l held ferer. MIPS PATSY HAT Duijonln. III.. Dec. J". -Mls Patsv Ha- 57 iars old, died at her home In this rit tli.s inomlnc. Get Rid of Scrofula Bunches, eruptions, inflammations, sore ness of the eyelids and ears, diseases of the bones, tickets, dyspepsia, catarrh, wasting, are only some of the troubles it causes. It Is n Terr active evil, mating havoc ot the whole system. Hood'sSarsaparilla Eradicates it, cores all Its manifestations, and builds np the whole system, Accept no substitute. ARRESTED IN LITCHFIELD, ILL Knulll on Kwini: Avenue Si-.i-rli"l :iikI .Many Aitii-Ie- I'mumI - l'tieiitU Ale Siii'prix'il :il His Arn-si. Despite the fart that einun. i.n point Mrotmly lu liitn. lu Si. I." h n " UtvlilU-Id. III., polite are puz.b-il bv H-asi- of Chailes I'ted i, lies, vhu vj .i re-sl--il in tli Illinois city sntuid.ii M.itKeil pustaue stamps Mul-u bv .i b .i -Klar liom th-- oilii-i- of Assi-tunt St.ii-'-Attorney Harry Stuttli-uie I li- isio-t il.nn- 'IKlllK Villi !!, UK)ljn-t date". In m In Wis .-iire-i J Miinc of llu- tol--n Miiinpv .ire ..inl lo lne ben fnunil in hi1- ifi-..-yiun. l)i-tii tin- Mi-yuellnii nf t'liiif Ii-nioml -il.irT anil .M.ir-hal Goodwin of l.iti i,;--l I M-sThk1.iv :ifti;M.uiiIi i-ltid (Tales s n Jt No. 3IC North i:nlni; aiiiue Tlie luwnJ to tiunks mini wiii, .,11 ni.imier of tl.iims. Scleral liipulin) .stllllliej tlivdnps tjellinK th line i-' Wise ,t JlL-N'ulty. Ia)tr" in Bi'i i l.oul.i. wei... found. ainoriR otlier tlun--'file Kasl Sl. I.uLis pollee uele aske.i l.i A5sittil Chief of I)?teLtlle-( Ket H 1.1 niHke .in Inve;htlon In the trunk-. aiMiniine to 1). t. .t?e XliQuellan. iem ilnz-ns of articles foi ilileh .1 nun has no use M iili.il Cooil Jiii will nu-Mtiori his piisoner as to how ne came inio pcrses-lon of them A kev ring (ontainlnu skeleton door Kelg mis four.ll 111 Gates' pockets The otllre of the l'ronch iotiiiiilsiuii I'ompinr in I.ltclill-lJ alio nj entereil , a Inn' Klar. who usi skeleton k-y- The Klks cluhroom likewise was entered. Wlien airestr-fl the prisoner.it oner Rave 'he n.ime.s of sieral prominent in jsnnf Aim lel.m to the same fr.ite.ii.il oiruih zation thai h- iloes. Some of t'lese men w,re seen .'I'll sm that I5.ltes' len'lt.i- lon has alv.ays lieen above reprmrh They nero suriise,l to hen of Ins ,irr.-( He is an iiiurani e suilelioi ami M ve.nC old. .a Ri'iit in:i:n 'i nn for I'li.r.e. Itchlrr. Blind. BMlrc nr Prolrudlnc I'iln r.Ss4rV'?i"s w" r''un'1 mon" " I'sZ'J OI.VT. MENT fills t.j cu- mju In 6 to 14 dan iic. NEW WINE STANDARDS GO INTO EFFECT IMMEDIATELY. tilnltcmleil l.lqnorx slni He selreil noil Ilrtro;nl noil lliioii rm-lurei s I'roseente,!. REPniMf" sTEriAT. Washington. Dec. M -nr,l-rs b.ie Veil Issue,!, putting; into effect the ne win standards prepared by the pCO( Commis sion and approved the other da by S-c-ittary WINon These new- siandirds ar desisned to put an end to adulterations b-lns: s0id for pure caods and mjy ies ,it trouble fir all who att-mpt lo evade the !hhp II the manufactuurs are u.,t pro .-uiirl vhen dlc n ere, dlspieimr of lnjur liquors their prulucts are to be s..j7eil and d-stroveil. In case The coods renie from ahro.nl ihe wlll not he aJmiit.d To the fnlted Stanilariis are also in pi.'iMration for coffc" ten and a number of other hou'ds anil ben-iaces " ' As soon .is the schedules h.ixo been i--suej and a iens-onahle time is allimed n.anuractiirer.s and dealers to Kef iead to meet them, the enforcement of the regulations will he commenced- and Trouble is coinc to ensue for thnse w-ho do not oh the-n. MITCHELL ANd'hERMANN TO GO BEFORE GRAND JURY. District Attorney will IVruill Tin-in lo Kxiilsiln Clmrtes in I I I-'rnmi C:ises. Portland. Ore. Dec "6 -Fcmtor Mitchell and possibly ConBiesrp.iii Herminn will have their much-ile-dri d opporlunitv of KOinp before the Unitcil States fJrand Jury to-morrow and e.plaininr; away the -harires that may hae ben made aKains-t Hum. Assistant Vnited Slates Dis!ict .ttor ney Iieney. who Is conducting the Investi gation, st-itod to-day that Senator Mitchell would be allowed to appear before that body in the afternoon, but ho did not know whether Congressman Hermann would or not. The interest in the Grand .Inn- now cen ters around the nature of the charges which Senator Mitchell and Concrcssrnan Ilerm.ii.p say have be-n prefeireil .lc.ahit them. W hat thee charges are. if anv have been made, will not he known until after the session lo-morrow afternoon THREE FATALLY HURT IN DRAINAGE CANAL EXPLOSION Twenty Men Are Thrown Into tin Mr and Injured and Larue Meam Mmtrl Is Wrcckcil. Chlcaco. Dec K The unexpceirri explo sion of a stick of bla,tincdn,iniiie to-iay fatallv injureil three men. injured a score of olhm and partially wres-ke, n Ure steam shovel en the ChlcaRo Drainage Canal, near ly5ckport. III. Nearly a hundred men were workln wlth'n fePt of t1P ,ijn.lmllc wh(1 1I)r explos.on occurred. h, the explosion .wZ.v'TY V-7" .,!,rnn'1 fronl their fee iivw,, elnc l"1lv "d lacerated bv flvlnc stones and dirt JLl '"''t'1 "'at sn electrical current used In the workm-n failed lo ennlixle one of the series of dynamite charts, and hat the Krindin? of the sharp edee A" the steam shovel HBnInBl ,ho ,, k fe explodej dnamilv caused the ac.Ident CHILDREN ARE MARRIED. P.riile l.s i:i Years and Hrid"grnoni II Yen is Old. nr.pi m.ir sriyiAU ClarkEAille. Tenn.. Dec M.-,t (h home eif .lohn Taylor in Slewart County to-d.iv Miss C.race Moiri. r, jear.s old, of Hor sey. Tiict; County. Kj., ami ltlchard Parker, 14 years old. were married. The boy met It-" girl but a week before the marriage, and had been to see her hut three times. PROMOTER KILLS HIMSELF. Georjje S. Evans Shoots Himself at Hotel. New Tork. Dec. K Made desperate by the failure of the American Fuel Corpora tion, of which he was the secretary, OeorRe S. Kian. a broker and promoter, ended his life in a hotel in Jersey City to-day by shooting himself in the head. x . ronp ltf?n i West. "&Ws8r IrsVS 7Wf?iiita-aa I I Kg.Jmtfb4S AeSk. I If. MK3. GLV P KlVKi:NDAI.I.. Mr. GUV P Kl'YKEXDAr.L Who weie married .it Vienna. III. yesti rd.u ?;rs. Kiukeiidall was Miss Oe i -tiude Powell, elauRhte-r of a prominent druuKlst of Vienna Mr Ku liTni.iIl is the on of .i well-known banker of Vienna, and is .superintendtrit of Wie Vienna roller mills REOUISmON FOR CHADWICK REFUSED,! l!ceause of n Technicality Xew Yuri; Officer Would Not l.s.-HP Papers. FLAW TO BE CORRECTED. Cleveland Prosecutor Makes Af- liilavii That T'liysician Was in Ohio at Time the Crime Is. Alleged. Allnnv. N. Y.. Dec. I'O.-Kiieriff Berry of ClevelanJ. O. who expects to arret Doctor Clridwick. liusband of .Mrs. chad wlck. when lie lands in New York, on a charge of fornnir the lume of Andrew Carnecie. ni' I a check In his plans to-day when he failnl to obtain from (Jovernor Odell the requisition papers nw-Mrv lo permit the transportation of Doctor chad wick to Ohio lor tilJl. He called at the executive chamber at the Capitol this morning, but was in formed b- .Imlqe .lohn T. Joyce, the Gov ernor's. Pardon and Keiiuisltion C'icrk, that his papcis were dcfeitie in that they failed lo piove that Doctor Chadwick w is in the state of Ohio on Man It Z. ll'Hi. when the alie-'d forj;er was committed. ?h riff Harry decided not lo try to correct his papers now. hut to so on to NewYoik and arre.-t Doctor Chmiwick and arrange for his requisition afterwards. Pefore startiiiR foi New York Sunday the Cleveland Sheriff telejrraphcj to the ".ccuiiie department h'je. asklni; that his r.ipcis be prepaieil s0 that there might he no John niton hi anUal early Mon day morriiis. hen the telegram was received ilov cit'.oi Odill w is at his honii. ,n Ne'Wburch and the meai:te was ylven to his paidon i leik .IuiIkc Joyce Inmeilintf 1 telephoned the (;oinior and recilMd authority from bun in deliver the di sired warrant in ease the .ippheai.tV papers were piopcrly drawn op. Sheriff Hairy railed at the executive disinter this morning and presented to .Indce Joyce the requisition papers, signed bv IToverneir lierruk of Ohio, asklnc an extradition warrant lo enable him lo take his prisoner out of New Yoik State. Tr.l.r.GP.APMS TO OHIO. When Hie Sheriff learned that his proof was ili'feetivo. there was nt fir.st .s-iine talk of his roturtiiTifT In person to Ohio for the purpose of getting the corrections.. Vfer Inrther consultation with Judge Joyce, he conclud d to telegraph to have The nucssnv r.llltlaviig prepaied anil sent to him In N'"j York He .said that This was . purely ioini.il matter and that afli d.iits could he piomptlv obTained show Inc that Doctor Cliidwlck was in Ohio on or alioiii March .".. WR The elbio Sheriff depirted immediately afterwards 'or New Yonc. wbe-re he will wail for Docior Chadwicks steamer. Which is rxrecle.d 'ilwsn He will consult with New York Cil aiilhorilies le-irdilic th' lie.-,! course of procedure Hefore leivlnjr Sheriff Hnrr said that while he wa disnppoinlcd at nm obtain ing the requisition warrant nt this time, li.e frilure wo'.Id not deliv him to any appreciable extent SHERIFF IN NEW YORK CONFIDENT OF SUCCESS. New York. Dec. 27. Sheriff Harry of Cleveland reached New York this after noon from Albany and went to the Hoff man House, v.ijeie he will remain until the arrival of the steamship Pretoria, which is bringing to this country Doctor lyroy S. Chadwick of Cleveland and his daugh ter. Miss Man- "'liadv. ick. Mr. ttarrv w-as not at all disconcerted over his Ini'bilitv to obtain the requisi tion naper.s from Governor Odell. which would pei mil hint to take Doctor chad wick to Ohio. The Sheriff 'aid: "Mr Keller lies already foiwarded to me an affidavit giving The testlmonv be fore the rjrat'n Ji.rx tending to show Hint Dtctor Chadwick was in Cuvahoga '"oun tv. ().. on .March .".. 1M3. urem which date the alleged crime was committed, and that this affidavit will he In mv hands to-morrow mcrn'ng "With that in mv possession, I antici pate no dltriciiliy In getting the necesvary pap rs. "1 am here on a sad errand, for I have known I Victor chadwick many years, and our relations have been j the pleasantest nature. I shall do everj thing in my power to make hlr trying situation as ea-sy as imssible. I am especially solicitous that .Miss Chadwick "hall be spared anv- hu miliation. "I understood that rome of her rela tives will meet her upon the arrival of the ji-irncr and make arrangements for h r future movements" Mr Harry said lhat .Mrs Chadwick is letter than when she arrived at th" jail in Cleveland and that she Is taking her trouble philosophical!. Missonrlnns in etr York. I'.F.i'rnuc srnnAi. New York. Dec. K Among the arrivals at the hotels here to-day were the follow ing from St. I.ouls: K. Bohm. W. C Itosa, Hold AMor: Docior S H. Newman. Doctor Ilohertson. e H iv.i,per. Herald Square: U H. Chalmers H K Ni-lson HotTinan. n Hattersaur. .1. T.. Moore, Mrs Mcor", nvrllngton: Doctor V Itaw and Mrs Itawf. Ue-'Tor O. Curtis and Mrs CTurtK MarlbOrourh: H. Woodhad, O. IT. Gordon. Hroadaay Central. K R. ClaRden, Imperial .1 TlM-ouri". Victoria: J. M Freeman. Gll"ej; m Ma.son and Mrs. Maon. l'rk avenue K t fish. e;rlterlon J White and Mr White. Bar tholin; Mri. Si. C Squlcr;, fc-vlllr. EK .Minders and Shooting Ail'rti.v.- 'oinnion in New Orleans and Throughout Lnuisiiiiiii. BAD WHISKY CHIEF FACTOR. Wealthy Merchant Is Shot to Heaih and His Body Cremated hy Negroes at White- casili.'. itci'cui.ii-si'ix.Tvr. N-w Orleans, i... De W Christinas week has be-en noleil for its climes. Not 1-s than seven muriiers were commilteil during the Christmas celebrations In New Orleans and out In the Sti te. A white man was murdered at Vhit casile by negroes and the body cemated. There have ben a seore of shooting af frass. principally due to bad whisky, while the serious accidents from giant crackers are almost too numeioiw to mention. In New Orleans three cold-blooded murders were committed within twenty-four hour.s. Andrew Houlihan was shot and killed by his son George, and within an hour, in the same block. William Brown, a negro, was muidered hy Daniel Jones. Alunzo Gibson was shot and killed by an unknown person in a general row. Miss Mamie Tabnev. while leaving her residence on St. Iuis street with a party of friends, wa.s choL through the neck by a stray bullet, and Is in a hospital in a dangeious condition. A crowd cf Italians jot Into a Christmas row on the Ievee and emptied their revolvers, threp being badly wounded. Ox-er the State the human slaughter pro ceeds with even greater liurcenes. Anlhonv Ha run. a well-to-do meri-hnnt nf Whlteoastlc. was ihot to death bv neirroi s ;tr.'i nis iiony inirneii in his own store, which was set on tire iose.s are chasing the murderers' to-night Monroe, li.. was the sper.e of live shoot ings and several Christmas, casualties, w. M. Pilce lo-t an eve anel two lingers Tr.e son of I.ep Geori,e was shut l-i t'cc ft. Piter Qi.ernVro vns shot through the f.'iot while going home William Ftrtnej, was shot three limes bv Hirhard Cobeen as result of a familv qu irr-d. A ncro was 'hot dead a: rive poinis Doctor Thomas I.vons. one nf the best know r. physicians of New Iberia, was run down and killed bv a Fniithern Pacific train. Kdward Haines, a student at Hus ton College, was badly Injured bv a giant firecracker. John Youngblood. one of the most prom inent young men of Colfax, was si,ot i,v W. G. Gentry, who used a shotgun. Mrs D. U. Sinimonds of Charleston ? f.. 'laughter of Colonel G A. Hren'uv was badly Injureel in a runaway, caused bv- crackers, at T.ifivette. .i Two negroes were killed at A')ntown. Howard Hradlev was run down bv a train during excitement at Colllston The-e nas a cold-blooded kil'lng at Chcnevville. Adim Torhush bring the vic tim. V ?" loan was settled with a pistol and shotgun duel at Aml-e citv. Richard Potter being b-dlv wounded bv Kdward 11 w son. terminatesTw" arace riot. ClirNtinn! Celebration Ends in Arrest of Fourteen Xeroes. nnrpiii.ir- spkci.m Muskogee. T T. Dec. 3V. A hiistmas celebration at Hovnton. twenty miles west of this place, developed Into a race riot. Joe Warmick. a Deputy Marshal, was wounded, and fifteen negroes are In jail here. The Citv Marshal at Hovnton wired lo Okmulgee lor assistance and six officers went to the scene llv the time thov had arrived, about Kiel negroes were armed and had taken the town. The six officers could not handle the mob and relief was asked from the United States Mar.sh.il here. A specl.il train was sent out with fifteen Drutv Marshals and thev had the negroes on the run Firtecn negro's were arrested and brought here. The real ilisbanded There has been similar trouble .it Hovnton several times within the past voir. BOY SHOOTS COMPANION. Four-Year-Old Harvey Icrila Probably Fatally Wounded, nnpcni.ic sphciai. Alto raw. III. De-c. "5 Harvey l.vrila. the 4-vear-old son ef Neri l.vrila. prin cipal of the Hameric School, nest of this citv. was probably fntallv shot hv I)en-nb- Winn. 11 years old. vesterday. at the home of his grandfather. Moses l.vrila The family v ere eating Chris, mas din ner and the inn b"' were playing in the vard. when the older boy pull's! the trigger of the gun. thinking it nas not loaded. Thev were close together and the en tire charge struck the little boy on the side of the neck, tearing anav a great Pie-re of flesh and inflicting a probably fatal wound. INDIANA ELECTRICAL STORM. Courthouse Damaged and Persons Shocked at Ivnox. Indianapolis. Ind.. Dec. 25. A special from South Bend, Ind.. savs: "It Is reported that a violent electrical storm passed over Knox. Starke County, this afternoon, damaging the Courthouse anel several residences -Many persons were badly shocked Communication with (he town is cut off." CHRISTMAS WE GIFTS WORTH KING'S RANSOM. 1 I'reaUfnM Follows Ceiemoiiy and t Kiiiial Parly !n In Xi-w York - IJritle and I'riilegrooui lo Sail December ''S. The HepuMI- CllteHI Wvatt liull-Jiri! Hth .mil P Str-et I i- ,-ii.ii. Dec ii MIsb M-rsu-r.tr i "Daisy") roller, third daughter of t- I.. V.. 1-e-iter -nd Mis. I.eiter. was i .in. d at norm lo-tlav at the Dupont inli- iisidence to Fleirv Molvpeaus Pa f. Howard, the Hurl of Suffolk and II- i .' 'tire. Ih- i:-ve-e'iid lioland Cotton Smith pr f in- d th-i ei lemony m the main draw :r nn m of the :esid'ii e. Whil- the f.irnil v . In mourning for the father. I. '. I.e.t-r. whose dpi th eiccurre-el a few r "nil's ago. everv de-ail ( the simp'' "v-ilili'iu wjs carried out with a genuinc K hiidal ulr. Pi- -li orations in the r'lom where the ie'.."inv was perlonned. In the Ilo-i-ry ad in th- diniiis-room. where the we-1-1 "ig breakfast vas served, were- white 1nr.-rs and eielicat- green foil ig-. with i touch of Christmas colorings In tr.e dln-.ng-room. .Mi 's l.e't'r was given awav t-v h'r up.-wthr. Jeeph loiter, and had no at- endauts The liirl of Suffolk awa'ted rh-m in the draw mg-room -siih his best man. The Honorable Lionel Gut of Kng land, sun of Irl Wmeburr. HUIDHS TOIl.trr. Th- bridal robe was of th- rare-? polnte -I- nice lace o-r heavy nh.te satin, made v.ith a long train an 1 of full outline. ' sn th- sl : 'l--r fieur- of ine briele. .nr vni of iLlle was held in place hy i tiara of '.Maiiifiuiis. the bnd'eTroom's gift and an almost p-i ee--s famnv heirloom .V Lege loos- hotiqiiei of vvhite flowers lornphicil thi lii.iuiifid toilet Mrs. I., lier. Major and Mrs. Colin Cimo- bell an-1 ltd- ('atheripi Howard, sieter of the Jiirl of MUfiilk. were the only guests pres-n. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal inrTv and lami'v were a-ervi-3 with a wedding bunitfast in the dining-room This room is on- of sTat-Iv proportions, wainscniei! in old oa!:. ami is one of the liaiui-oni'-st dliilng-rooms in Washington. I.o.-d and I.adv Suffolk h ft Washington la'er for New ork am will sjiii for Eng land, it Is thoaght. about December IS. wh-n Major and Mi. Colin Campbell will pki Iv sjti with them. Th- bride of to-dav is thought bv many to be the handsomest of this handsome family, all Tall, of fine hearing and re marl.ablv commanding in appearance. ltlCH GIFTS POP. HHIDK. Her gifts from In r family, those from the family of th- bridegroom, from Lord and I..UIV Curzon and friends of both fam ilies In this oou-nry and Huron- are wonh a King's ranom. '1 hev mclj,le from the familv of Loiil sTuffoIk manv fewels of great historic as well as intrinsic value. Mi.s. lIt-r has- alr-aov given to th bride a rope of peails and manv beautiful Jewels, and espeLially thooe In the form of necklaces. Mrs Idtcr's plans nr und-cided about leaving this couutry, even for a short visit, hut she will In no event sell her Washing ton hou-tc. Th- bridegroom of to-dav. the Kail of Suffolk, it immensely popular in Knrland. and. while the f?milv i-, not p-irtie-ularly weilthy. thev are posseosed of tint old es tates. srrroLK's estxths Clnrltoi Park, his most beautiful estat has previously been presided over by his mother. Countess of Suffolk and Berk shire, and l.is two sisters one ot whom ac companied him to thi country This place where the bride of to-dav will hereaftei preside as hostess, f one of the most sple-idid old Jacobin hon.-es in Knglard and Its' ssr-at oak-panel-d picture gallerv as well as most of the vat state- rooms, is rranmed from end to end with old familv portraits and roval pi-Tiire Thev Include lortraits of Oueen r.liza- beth. Maiv eif Modera. King George I and Catherine of Hiagaiia. Three old famil.v portraits are in sv-r frames a quite unique am leng-e-ttlnct lUMirv of the da; of family propertv The woid-Tfnl old kitchens are a feature of Crnrlto-i Park Thev nr- at a long disiancc fr-m the hou-e it-elf. being con nccieil lr an undprcrnund Hinpol built of ston-. Th - how-ver. ale seldom If ever u-ed lxird Suffolk was educated at Winches ter. He i a great sportsman and th ken nels of Ids pari: of hounds are In close proximltv To The fin- elel mansion His friends nr- ('ehghied at his marriage to Mis I.eiter who-e sister. Iitlv Curzon. is now convalescepr at Hlghcliff Castle. Her oncler" are now sati-fieil with the im proved state of her health KILLED IN WILUArVrTELL PLAY IN CHICAGO SALOON. Clmer tinnt. Mimdinir trnJnsf Wall Willi Untile nn Ills I lead, ftciclves Hi. 1 tt-1 Sitinre-lj- in Porelienil. nnpiT.i ic srnr-i vr Chicago. Dec Ji. Klmer Hunt. P van old. was shot to death to-day In Chnst m is pla. Standing as motionlcrs as tne -on of William Tell did in the supreme test of hl- father's marksmanship. Hunt posed with a bottle on his head as a mark for hi friend's w'eapon. and paid y-lth his life for the bad marksmanship of that friend. William Dougherty, who Is said to hive fired Ihe fatal bullet, lied when at the second shot Hunt fell bl'eding with .1 bullet hole squarely between the eyes. I"o-ir other friends of the two men are under arrest. .Ml Ihe men had been celebrating Christ mas and gathered in Waseman's Arc"ier avenue saloon shortly after it opened in the morning to continue the Jollification. Talk turned on many subjects that brought up the Uussn-.Tapanes-e war. Doughcrl,- declared his skdl wilh fire arms eiiual to that of any Japanese ?nl proposed a William Tell test. Hunt backed up against the opposite wall, carefully placing a bottle on his head. The first shot went wild, but at the second Hunt screamed and fell to the floor. He was d-ad when picked up. SOCIETY GIRL IS SHOT. Miss. Lovort Struck by Stray Bul let at "'w Orleans. rtKPrm.tr spbtiai.. New Orleans I.i.. Dec 25 -Miss tpph nie '.overt, voungest daughter of Colonel .1. 15. T.evcrf. one of the largest sugar planlers in th- State, was shot in the bark r a strav bullet fron some Christmas celebrant's- revolver while he was slttlntr on her gnll-ry. The Invert familv had eaten Christmas elipner and retir-d to the back veranda of tr- famous old mansion, overleiok ng , immense garden. AH were seated about th- steps. Suddenly MIs Invert cried o it that her hi- k was In terrible ruin. She was carried upstairp. to find that a 3S caliber bullet had penetrated hr clothing and pierced the left s(e. The ball, luckl Iv had been sTayed In it3 course and was easily extricated. Miss 1,-v'jr- is a so iety belle, being a favorite in all of the exclusive Carnival orianliations: THIS IS THE DAY we inaugurate our twice yearly clearance of every shirt in our stock, with the exception of stiff-besom white shirts. Thousands of men who have worn our shirts appreciate their intrinsic value, line workman ship and exclusive patterns: they know that our shirts are decidedly superior to any stock shirts, such asali other stores offer their patrons. This announcement of prices reduced Jand or less than half price on many lots will be in stantly accepted as facts, for it is well known we keep all our promises. Permit us to impress on your attention that this store has earned a reputation for fine shirts, ready-for-service, second to no other houe in America. This truth is known by many men in the large cities of our country, as also by all the leading shirt manufacturers. Tuesday morning, and until all are sold, we offer broken lines of Madras Shirts, mostly large sizes, qualities that sold for $dOO and $(50! now cut to, each A f Cuff attached or detached Coat Shirts of fine madras and percales, sold for $L00 and $f.50f now cut to .7Q Extra good quality Madras Shirts that sold for $1.50 and many at $2.00 are reduced to Fine genuine Scotch Madras Shirts, made with culfs attached or detached, and in coat style; these are $2.00 and $2.50 values, and some were $3.00, all cut to "S.I 69 Our finest imported Shirtings, made expressly to order for us into the best ready-to-wear shirts in America; regular prices were $2.75 $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 all are cut to one prJce - $2.29 See our six window displays for exhibit. The Bepublic Building, On Olive Street at Seventh. PLAN TO PUT ALL SUPPLY BILLS IN ONE COMMITTEE. Continued From Pngf One. siderrd Independently of lhoo under con struction. Th'rty-one battleships and cruisers now in comrrU-sio'1. Thirteen flrs'.-elass battleships-Oregor. Texas. Indiana. Massachuesetts. Iowa. Kentucky, Kenr'arse. Alabama. Wiscon ;in. Tl'Inols. Maine. Missouri and Ohio cot fC5.4T3.-t3 ST. Thirteen armored cruisers Baltimore. Newark. Philadelphia. P.tn T"rar.cico. Olympia. Cincinnati. Raleigh. Columbia. Minnesota. Tacoma. Cleveland. Denver and Des Moines cost I.3,rT.9SS.lT. Two armored cruisers New Tork and Brooklyn-cost $$.7T0.2.45. Thre unprotected cruisers Marbl'head. Montsomerv and Detroit-cost $r.TD1.3i2.'.. THE NEWER NAVY. Tl-'rty-two hattlcshlps; and crulcrs now in course of construction, with au-siliary vessel". snme already launched. Those nearly ready for active, service are; Sis lS.o-WMon battleships, costing: about II.WOO each o far Connecticut. Kan-as. Louisiana. Minnesota. Vermont and New Hampshire. Three ISCrtj-ton battleships Georgia. Nebraska, .ind New Jersey. Two H.6"Mon battleships Rhode Island ami Virginia. T-vo 13.CiOO-ton battleships Idaho and Ml?sls?lppl. One 12.1')-ton battleship Ohio. Two H.Vrt-ton ,-inr.oriI cruiser?, prac tically battleships Tennessee and Wash ington. Five H.OCtMon armored cruisers Califor nia. North Caroline. Montana, Pennsylva nia and West Virginia. Three lWi-ton armored cruisers Mary land. Colorado and South Dakota Three P.P-Mon protected cruisers Charleston. Milwaukee and St. Jyiuis. Th'e-e 3,ToO-ton scout cruisers Chester, Birmingham and Salem. Two S.bXMon protected cruisers Chatta nooga and Galveston. Two l.0?S-ton gunhoat Dubuiue and Pinucah. Two fleet colliers 't each of which J1. 2Sn,0"0 has be-n appropriated Crie and On tario. Two l-ton training ships Cumberland and Intrepid. One 013-ton trainlrs brigantine Roxer. I'lve torpedo boats The Stringham, Goldsborough. Nicholson, O'Brien and P.Iakely. Two larsre sen-going tugsNo?. 10 and II. The battleships cost l. VW.tW) In contracts for hull and armor. With full equipment the total per vessrj esceeels tl.'XO.f"). TO CI'IIU A C'OI.I) I". I.E PY Tak- Laxative Brcino Qulr.lr.a tablets. All Oniixlsift refund the money If It falls to cura. E. w. Orove's Mmiturr la en each box. ffic. R00SEVELTS iN NEW YORK. rresitlont's Wife and Two rhil tlren Awny From Home. New- York. Dec. V Mrs. Theexlorc Roosevelt, Miss Alice Roosevelt and th" la'ter's brother, Kermit. arrived in New York to-day to spend the holidays. They attended a performance of "Par sifal" at the Metropolitan Opera-House to-night. li $1.09 HICKS' LIQUID CAPUDINE INSTANTLY CURES ALL HEADACHES Cures COLDS IN HOM 6T8 I3B0DRS MABEL SPANG IS RELEASED rf&3ffci Heire Is Xo Longer Confined iry' Asvlnm for the In- Eane. REPUBLfC STnTCIAI.. New Tork. Dec. 35. FolIowTjisr a dilation in Philadelphia between hr fa ther and mother. 13-year-old Mabel Spans; has been allowed to leave the Fond rTnI tarium in Yonkers, pending th hearina; of her case before Judge Marean next Sat urday. This afternoon she received down of hr schoolgirl friends, who came to congrat ulate the daughter of the Plttsbarj: mil lionaire on hr relesse from, the asylum, where, her champions claim, she has been unjustly confined. To-night sbo attendead a performanc it a Broaelway theater. No srlrl had, a happi er Christmas than she did. and aha ex pects to bo soon cleared forever of ti charpe of Insanity. The father and mother of Mabel Spans will both bo In court Saturday. Whn they agreed that she should be released, -cori was s-nt to Ira Bamberger, an attorney, who telephoned the sanitarium, and tha girl's release followed. Wops Antl-JeTTlah AerHatlon. KisMneff. Dec. 26.- Acting- Governor Block's proclamation seems to have effect ively stoppd the agitation started by the Bessarabists against the Jews. He threat ened the severest penalties for any at tempt to inflame the minds of the people er to disturb the peace. YOUR BO&TOR KNOWS tho difference between witch hazel - -- . .. ..... . vuk uunancss ana acatn frequently resuItV ri"i irom inc use of wltca hazel, essences and toilet -waters containing wood alcohol. He knows that laws to pre vent the sale of such adulterated preparations are necessary. He knows that Pond's Extract has been for sixty years the standard of excellence and the sovereign remedy in alleviating pain, rand's Extract is bottled by the manufacturers, and is netcr sold in bulk. Ask for it and be sure you get it See that the pack age is unbroken. Kour sizes, 25c, 50c, 51.00 and $1.7.i. Pond's Extract Company, 76 Fifth Avenue, New York. 65 Great Russell Street, London. fc I ' I i ;Jrgi-iJis-feaa y'jh&Hrtgs-warlta-se ,lhi'3--a.'s3BMaucBflwOifc, agJiMi-3ffi-Tgiir