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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1904.
K r " 'TIS A GORKER, H 9 Chuckles Sammy Shoestrings, 'In raoro senses. Uiau 0110- is the L:i Fraatu $3.30 Women s Shoe that i- made of Cun-mctal Calf. First, ii is a 'corker' in leallty, hnvit-jr ork filled soles that, combined -with its Foster's Xon-Sllppablr- Kublier Heels, keep slush and snow and lain out of your rhor-s. Second, it is a 'corker' in style, being mod eled on distinct- ly liigli-bred shoe 5-52L lines, with high- ij y.) in nrel'.eo instep and "r&!L. neatly turned U BAKER-BAYLES SHOE CO., Who DO Fattnt Lttt'ttr. Glla nenr Wiiahlnctoa. D0N0H0E ELECTED PRESIDENT Officers Chosen by Western Com mercial Traveler..' Association. O-ie or th niot hotly contested olec tloni in tl.o histor, of tup Westero Com nricial Travelers Assorittinn. which was h'd at I'n I.'iitlc'l Hotel ve'-totdav. re sulted In the slect'on or Mnrtin I. Dnno hy. .c" pioside-it of th Harg-idme-Mc-lvittrick Dry Goods Companj, as presi dent. Other officers Wetted worn. J. V. Mc Dorald. Mas At Itodenheinu--. Alois Jacobs. U. Scooter. J a Ludlow anil J. A. ficakj. Iro prenlduitR Directors to sene for two voir0- Jumrs Ruincr m3n. John SI. HoHcmuth. A C Ritchie. r. A. Shelby. Willi ua 13. Hess. J c. Kil llncwnrlh and Adrian DeYoung. A large vole was polled, and .-.t the meeting following the election there ne.1 much narm discussion on proporcd amendments. The ticket elected, repre sented tae "opoomion" and It 1 under stood now policies will t carried out In thn mnrrigemcnt of the association when the new officers taknhold. SCHOONER AND CREW MISSING. P.egonin, With Eight Mon, Is Overdue Three Weeks. St. Johns. Newfoundland. Dec 27. -The schooner Regoria. with a crew of eight men. overdue three weeks, has: been post ed as missing. It Is feared she foundered. The I.ogor.ia Is tli only es3cl unreported of all of those driven seaward in the galo of December 3. Another fierce blizzard swept the coast Saturday. Sundny and Stonday. blocking traffic. IJttle Uamnsn to shipping Is fticd. as few vessels aro now moving In treso waters. Hot Springs Uatr-s. Mineral Water, open day and night. Fourth and Lucas. FALL ON PAVEMENT IS FATAL Unidentified Man Succumbs to In juries at City Hospital. The unidentified man who fell on the Upper pavement at Twelfth street and Washington avenuo Slonday evening died List night at the City Hospital without recovering conscIouFneis. When ho fell ho was crossing tho street. His skull was fractured. Ho welched S5 pounds and was about G jeara old. Tho body was taken to the morsue. GERSHON GETS A POSITION. Republican Committee Secretary to He. Coroner's .Chief Clerk. Gcorgo Gershon: t-nerctafy- or the Re publican City Central Committee has been appointed chier clerk of Coroner Baron, tho ajpolntmcnt to tako effect up on the approval of tho Stayor. It Isj be Hot ed that the city executive will ap prove the selection. The appointment of Doctor Henry Lloyd as Deputy Coroner haa not ben con firmed by Mayor Wells. NOTICE. Marriarr and Iealh Xolicea Iiwrtcd la The IlepuMlc will b forwarded toy tel Craph tt any onr or &J1 of thq paiwrs naniM fcIow for nlmultonftous pu MI cation, Ithojtrtra chilr'. if a ruel to do 90 Rcoonipanlra th copr. Notice reclTed after midnight cannot b ZonrardM. bow fr, until thr nt ecnlnK. Chlcarn lire -Herald, HuffeJo Courfrr, Nw York Timer Cincinnati Knquirr, rh!la. Public lMlctr, Iloston Globf, PitturK DiHlch. Baltlmnrft H-rald, Hochrter nrald. Woh!nston Port, MInnapolis Trlbun- lit5vianc Journal, Krra'uM Post-Btand- fit Paul Pioneer Prs, ard. Cleveland Plain Dealer DEATHS. BIZLt SuddfenJj. Tutvdnv mcvnlnp, Drcm W C7, ItM, at h n reilflfiiw in Wet-tor timrea. "W. S. Bell in hU s'cTy-seeccDd Ttar. l-uneral jrliai. 1JOONE Enter fi Into nst Tu'(3j. Drsmber ST. 2?3. at 3.30 a m., at Mr heme In Wbttr irotp. Mo. llarv Coulter Boon, rnllct nj John C B'Xtn and rrothr of Lorance N Con'". Ie noIc? of funeral will be lUett. IJUKTV Eoddenlv. on MondaT, Iecmbcr tfi. 1WI. at 11 p. m . at fanUj i-ldenc. So 2t7 Catj nvnue, Oeorse H Drev l"uuiral en TburaJajr. I)Hf mljT Zf, at 1 3t p rn , from family mrldenco. IIOMISRT On Tuerlaj Iniber tl :'fl. at 110 a rn , Tliomiu Y HoIUrt. boIoveJ htibrJ ff Su y Hrlhert (n- Matbn$i nnd father of Nathan. Cliarlcs IV . Lizzie and Jlary Holbcr; and Kiln. Iiremrncr ne Holbrt). axed C7 jeara 4 montlis 25 dayp. Funeral Ttiundav. TonnvT 2, at 10 1 io. frum farallv rel dir, 4ZZS rarlln aonuc Funpral ;nate. lecea.o4 iran a memter of Iljde Part. Iyxlse. No. 3). A. O. U Y. KannlnKton, Mo . and ltuck County rpcm plaso copy KirSMANN TV-nJamln ICAnamann. bIoed ton of Uofa KiuTTUinn and our deir brother, dlml December 27, 1MH, at 12 o'clock nxm. at the aps of ZJ ar 7 rnontln and 25 das Kunvral takr place from th residence. Nx !6li South BrPTdu-ay, Thursday. Iwcemb'r 29. Ht 1:3") p m. Helenu, Mont, and CIcInnatti. O. papers plearc copy. KJ5ANB Enterod Into rrst on Itonday. Ie-cmbo- 26. 1S91. Thomas L IC-nn', denrly blovod son of 1311 Irk Sr and Bridit 3CerH, anil dear brother of John, James, Mlch&nl. "Wil liam. Charles nnd the iatj Patrick Jr. and .Annlo JCtano. after a brlff lllne-w. at the jt;p of 2 j-eo.ru. Tin funeral will taKe placfl on Thurs day. Df-cembcr 29, at 2 p. ni . from rami's r-AsIdance. N. 1423 O Fallon street, to Ht. Itvtwico O'Toolf'a Church. Uiftrce to Calar ('emetBrv. Friends are ren:tfull Invited Kunus City, Jin , papers plea cop. KIKBEY On Tnewday, !yTnbT 27. liM. tieoiKo PrcFCitt Klnej, ounr-3t child of E. R. Kinney and Incr Wlweler Klnsv. an.l prandchlld of Mr. nnd Mr W 5f Kinney, acnl 17 months and 25 dan XMiral Thur-day, De-t-m-.brr 3. at 2 p m Interment iiliate. f? KRAYKR On Mondnv necetnber 2C. i4. aft- rr a brief Il"nes. ltather!n K river, w:f of H. h. W Kroycr. Funeral from family mudence. No 2tt Oks aenun. at l:J" p m . December , 1HW Friends InWIrd. Cupe Girardeau paprs oleae ropy. 3 X.KOTUSRJtinn Enteral Into re Tuesday, 1 nccmbrr 'SI. 1MI. it G a m. Ida Ijni?rner (ne aiMnnarou, o-io,-!! wire oi jnbn lrur rler and d'ar mother of Wllbrt LeKUprrir and dear Ilrr of Fred C Me'nhirdt Mrs Hacsla Hirppb, Mrn Florenco (So'dcmltb an! Katln Meinhardl. The funeral tIU talc jlao Thurs dnr, Drmh"r f, at 2 p m., from re3ldnc. N. 2T30A Coleraifln ftrret. to IWnanla Ceire try. Ftienda Invltel to altrnd. Junction City, Ka, and Demer, Colo, papers plea copy. STEELE On Sunday, lVcrr.ber 2.'. 1904 at ll:U o. m. Ellen StreV ne Tob'n" Tb funeral will take place W-dnwday. 2Sth Inrt.. at USD o'clock p m from residence of ber non-In-law, P. 1. oomcr, no. Ziis Nortt Fourteenth strtet, to St Michael's Church. thnre to Calvary Cemetery. FtlmJ are in- Ited to attend JOTCJ J UNE Son. MRS. P. F. O'CONNOR, MRS. ARTHUR LAVB3NE. Dauuhtera. WINFIEI-TJ Entered Into ret on Tucwday. Tceniber 27, ISM. at 5 a. m.. Albert S. Win fiela. deiirly beloved husband of Emma D. Wlnficld fne Herberg). after a brief lllnfaft aeed 41 year And 1 montbr. Interment at tfclUns. N. T. WAGONER UNDERTAKING CO.. 1127 OLIVE ST. Day or Nigrlit. T, GARRETT DOLAN IN PEN 3k-ii Comuleil of Natuialitliin Krands Surrender to I'liiM-d Slates 5!nrlial. EACH MUST SERVE FIVE YEARS. Poi-incr Committeeman and l'o Heenian I)ej)resjed While Com panion Is Cheerful To Sue fop Writ of Hnbe.i. Corpus ShonK .ift. r o'rloi k ;.teidj inurii ii'g Tliom.is !1 ISarrelt. fonner M n-li.il f Hie Si Louis Court of .Appeals; John P Hoi in. fonn'T chairman of the Icinonatie "itv C-niral Cmmiltee. ind Trai.k C-ir-reti. forme- pollieimn. who were romlct cl of n Hul?.h:'..'.tlm frauds in the I'nlt'd Slates Distrlvt Court .mil M-nlerceij to flc fin in ih Missouri riMiiientliiy. iin reiideied to I'nlled States M irslnls " I, Morse and t . V Nail at Towa Cioxe Station. The men weie plared on a Mis-oml r.i cifie train and ieaehe(l the Peniter.-ii .it Jefferaon Cltv as 1 o'clock In the after noon, whero ther were slned and bathed and donned conwefs garb. They wern thn assigned to the cells which they tI11 occupy for the next fle vears. unless relaed In the I'nited SUlui Supreme Co'irt. Tn mandate of the Cnlted States Court of Appeals, issued tn das ago. called for their .surrender, nnd the sunender at Tow er Grove Station was arranged In accord ance with the wishes of the convicted men United States aiorshal Horsey Is .said to have secured the approval of Judge El mer n. Adams, v ho sentenced the men. to this plan. Garrett and Dolan reached Towfr Urote Station half an hour before Hie time m.1 for their surrerdcr. and were followed In a few minutes bv Barrett. Dolan Iled with his wile and seral children at No X01 -Manshesttr atvnue. ond Garrftt was a roomer at his home, liarritt lived at No "S3 DlcLson street. Itarrett was not noticeably affected by the occasion, although Dolan and Gaireit were both very depressed. They gr"!"! each other silently and repaired to a sm?H saloon across the street. TO SUB FOR HABEAS CORPUS WRIT In the saloon the men were turroundod by a email party of friends, romo to wit ness thdr departure. Several policemen w-ere In the small cror.-d gathered at tli 'SI'0.1- a,ia ,he' ''hook hands heartily with Oirrett. As he greeted his friends Barrett acted like a man setting forth on a pleasure Journey. Dolan rtnauiod silent during their wait In the saloon and ftmeil despondent. As iV"v h"rd the whistle of the ap proaching train that was to convey them to Jefferson City. Barrett. Garrett and Do lan hastily lft the saloon, followed bv their fnends. Marslnl Nail tiointed out tho ur that they were to board and. after waving aood-by to the partv on the station platform, they entered the car. Few out side of the uarty of friends i.ilizl that three men were beginning their Journej to th" Missouri Penltentiarj In a last effort to secure their relea Judge Chester H. irruni. toiin--el for th convicted men. will sue- Immediately for a writ of hab-is rorpus on the Warden of the Penitentiary. No action will be iakn on the -nrit. it Is said, until after the holidays. TO BE ASSIGNED TO THEIR PRISON TASKS TO-MORROW. ItEPUFiLIC fiPECIAU Jefferson City, JIo.. Dfc. 27 John Dolan, Frank Garrett and Thomas K. Barrett ar rived from St. Louis toiiay on th early afternoon train in the custody- of a Dep uty Marshal. A cold northwestern bliz zard was sweeping the titer front when the men a!iefctM at the Missouri Pacific Station, and as they turned up their coat collars and hustled Into a cab, one sug gested that it would b a god time to take a drink. Tho Deputy dli not object, and Instead of being driven to the Penltentiarj- as is the custom, tin cab driver was ordered to drive to the Madison Houje. where the mon briefly regaled themselves at the b,ir. Their potions, however, were, confined to a single drink, after which they were driven to t!w Penitentiary. "There's Dockery." remarked "Lonjr John" Dolan. as he poiutea to the Gover nor' bust above the gate of the new prison entrance. Dolan. Garrttt and Bariett conversed but little as they approached the entrance and alighted at the door of the Institu tion which is to bo their home for the next five vears. The men were perfectly calm and holf-pusesed and seemed reconciled to their rate. They were soon "dresnl In" and donned the stripes this afternoon at i o'clock, and their teglster numbers by which the convicts tire known more than bv their names) n as tollows: Dolan. 701; Gar ret. TOi:; Barrett, 7014. Deputy Warden Todd will nsOgn the prisoners to work to-morrow, though It is not jet known what tai.Xs they will have. Being Federal prisoners, tbe t.uinot no let out to the prison contractors, and tliev will be assigned, very likely, to duties Im mediately In connection with the pilson. It is postal le that Dolan, B'in-ett and !ai lett may not cnmplcto their terms here When tie new Federal PrUnn Is finished nt Leavenworth, it is reported, flftv of the Federal prisoners In the Missouri Peniten tiary ni ly be transferred to that place. Thee 2nrn are boarded here at the e pente of the Federal Government and are subject to Its orders FIRE AT COUNCILBLUFFS. "Warehouse of Veliiele Compuny Sustains Loss of SinO.OOO. Council Blufft?. la., Dec. 27. Fire to night completely destroyed the four-story warehouse and the entire stock and fix tures of the Fuller and Johnson-Sugart Company, causing a lost on tho building estimated at Jjo.000 and on the stock of about $100,009. on which was carried in surance of about 57VM0. The comprny. which has its head of fices in Madison. Wis., with large ware houses and sales offlwis In teveial of tho large cities of the coumr. carried a large line of wagons and buggies, all of which were completely destrojed. The fire Is believed to hs.ve started from defective electric wiring on Hie first floor. Ten frelsht cars weie also destroyed. Deposit Your Surplus Fnnda In National Bank of Commerce, Broidway and Olive street, at 3 per rent on time certificates. Working capital $13 MlMtt. Civil-Service Examination. The United States Civil Service Commis sion will hold an examination on January 25, 1M3, to secure eligibles for vacancies' In the position of electtotypers helper In the Government Printing office at Wash ington, and in other branches of the serv ice requiring similar qualifications. Tha position pay 40 cents an hour. Absolute Security. With a working capital of J15.000.0TO. tha National Hank of Commerce pays 3 par cent on time deposits. Kicked Him In the Face. William H. McGlII, a guest at the 8outh House, No. 221 South Broadway, was ar rested yesterday afternoon upon complaint of Herman long houseman at tho hotel. Long nllegos that McGIll kicked him in the face, breaking his jaw. A warrant will be applied for this morning. RAILROAD MANY CHIEF EXECUTIVES IN OPERATING BOARD. I'l .Iilenl-. of tnrl.t 111 t iileiipo ? s- teius In ( littrxt- of Hie llfMll Cmiipilllt . I liicn,;o Di'f JT-The rlnco MibwiO omjr. u aid .iin! .out. i.Im! 1 . H. lart?-t r.dhoj,l ,ui. :ni...i :.: i-.i.i. ts of the tommy, made .iiiiouricnii.iit io-ili that anions ihe I'loimnetit r M th diiictoM or tin Illinui- Tin nl I'umiM'i) the opfi.iting romp inv v.ol i, to fn'lu..-Ing- A .1 liiiimt;. prrsbtiiT Chi' igo, MllwauKfe and St Paul R.nlns I! P 1:1; l.- . pieid-it Atihl'on 'lopeki ard Soma IV ICulluu). : H llimifl plesi dnt Ciiii.igo IlitrllPriioi' and JiiIiilv Kall w.ij. S .l. Ctllnn. pn-'ldei.t ChiuigJ .Ui'l Mtun RUInaj .1 Krutti h:.!tt dlriiloi i-f m unti naiue an I ws Soiithrii I'lriM' and I iiloii IMe'lM- l:.illua. H. I. Wililll-11. pif idintliik I'lnuil I: nlw..v . A. C J'ud t... pieident (ionlil Inn s y H I r.der mmL president Krl" 1 i ill." . t llenj unin Thomas, president Chiugn and W trn InUimi It.illwnj. 1" A Val ntl:i i picident Armo'r iro, Mli-rl ( Wheel er. piiMdint llln.oli Tumid foinpmv .iiii uncni lit of ti.e repii - ntalhi'- of oiler railroid intie-t- i'l ibe luunt 1 eni panx's iinar! will be m n'e in a u da Tnei'liK tgn Subvax CointMin owns the stork nf the lllli ol'- Tunnel Compaiiv. i lie Illiiini" T leplmue cistii tlou Conipmv ai.d th" i'hl(a'0 nehoti-e and T-imln.il Compan j..-.h nn.cs or iiriu hil. Sonlfii-rn I'.ielfle lo Ilaie l.oogrsl streteli of llicb-Crnil- 1'i.ie!.. nniTiii.icsi'rciM. New Cleans. I.i . Dee ".7 Julius Kn.tt schnltt. nrst vi- e piesUent and generil manager of the Soulhern Pat-iflc. lure on an inspection of the system, announced to-dav Ilia! dining th coming M'lr oi lS)'t th.ir the tom'nnj would compb" br ing 2,y. mile s of elghtv -pound rail", mak ing the longest stretch of hlgb-giade turl; In tho wo.-ld. It will all be metal bal'tst from Portland. Ore . lo New Orleai.s be fore the new j ear endt The company proposes to lav lC0'"f) tons of e'g iti pound rails, beside the road whl Install 3W miles of the blotk iign.ll. In the matter of new rolling stock Manage i Kiuttscbnltt slid tliej would purdn'e PV new locomotives, liw n v. j?sni;er loach es. ?) box cars and l.WJ stoci: cirs In short, tho scheme when laid hire, will be to liavo a lm tiallli. lilshwaS f'om i'ortland. Ore., to Panama, through New Oilcans. Fhould the new trade with the South Aimrican courtn ."u-d lhi 1'nifd Stalev mail contraets" justify such a ter ice. There is l.ow a gap of 110 miles of Hark to be rel-Ud arouuu la Paso. Tex. that point lit Ins 'bo center of the gip. FREIGHT LINE AGENT PROMOTED TO MANAGER. llrnest Knelilrr, Interstnte Dispatrli Itepresentati e In M. Iillis for - VfMrs, (nil. ti Iluffnlu, . . ERNEST lvVI.lII.ni:, Appoin'! injiuger o' the Interstate Yi' pat It Cnie-i Kaeh'nr. for twentv V'ar- lo. al r.gcnt for tho Interstate MIpatcn (fast freight line) in St. Louis has l-n appoint ed managei of th- s,atne Hue. with head quart is in Buffalo, elleetive .Pinuarj 1. Mr. Kuihlu H well and favorablj known In local railtoad ilrdes and In the twentj Jears In which he has been m the service has Kained the Kood opinion of n'l with whom he has had business relation- While It is announced that his htHduuarter-' will bo in Buffalo It Is 'aid that his hfitd ouarters have not been rflaiteK A si. Mr Kaehb r !- now in the IJj-t tn iki'ig final arrangement" dkvtii ot iiLiti,i.t;io i.'i i:im:. fritmuel C Crmive, Z1ornierI t.eiieinl SnpiTiiitendc'lit. DIrs of Vpopleiy. Samuel H. 'rim e, forrret'j fje'ieral su ptrintendent of the Missouri District of the Builingtou. d.i d at liU home In Brook fidd at 12 o'clock noon yesterday fiom apopIey. Mr. 'ranee vias Loin December 13. IfO", in &ho!iarIe Countj. New York. H en tered the railway seiviee Octob-r 3. ISM, since which time he was conseeiitivelv. to July 12. lfcM, or. tlie Chicago. Hurllnyton an. Quinc) road as freight br.ikenian and fr ight conductor sK ear. pawlIenKer con ductor thirteen ytais. ger.eral anlmistcr at Chicago one vear to Mulch, lssl: from March, IsSl. to May, ISM. trainmaster of the Chkavo divi-lon, at Aaiora. Ill , Mi), 1&S2. to July. 1SS4, supeilntendent St lonls division, at Heirdstown, III . Julv 13. :&M. to April 30, IfcSl. .-upcrintendent Hannibal and St Joepn road, Mav 1, W.. to Juno 11. 1.S92, gertfal aupci Intendt nt Ivansas City. St. Joseph nnd Council BlufTs road and Western division of the Hannibal and St Joseph road: Juno 13. 1S:C. to June. isu2, genial .supt rmtendent Missouri District. Tho riineral arrangements have not bet n completed I.. A. N. Cltauftf. Official annoiuctmeiit Is made by the L'niisvllle a,d Nashville of the follow ing changes and apjrtiintments- C. D Boyd, appointed general freight agent of the Atlanta-Cincinnati line, with headquarters at Knoxvlllo. Tenn.; C H Dulanei , ap pointed assistant general freight agent, with he idquartern at Louisville, vice C D Bovd: H I. Sione. appo'nttd general counsol, vHc C. N. Church, resigned to go with the V. .v.- M. V ; J. It. Wheeler, ap pointed superintendent at Nojhvflle, Tenn vice J. B. BrooV-s, transferred. R Mont fort, appointed consulting engineer' W II Courtensy. npimlnteii chief engineer'' George j:ans. elected fourth vice presi dent and B. M. Starks, appointed general manager Appointments' eft tire .linu arv 1 Citrus Fruit Cave. Washington. D'c. 27. Voluminous rec ords in the ca'e of the Interstate Com merce Commission against the Soulhern racifla Company, the Atchlon. Topeka and Santa Fe Rallwiy Company, the Santa Fe Pacific Railway Company and the Southern California Railway Companv were filed In the Supreme Court of the United Stiles lo-d-iy. The litigation Is known as the citrus fruit case, which was decided adversely to the,, railroads by Judge Wellborn of the Ninth Circuit last September. Terminal Itrdnclng Force. While, as has been stated, there will be no official changes on the Terminal Asso ciation employes, the reduction of tho number of employes is being gradually made. Under the World's Fair footing about 3.W0 persons were empiojed by the Terminal Association, and it is expected to rcduco this nfmber to about 4,000. Annulment to lie Keriewed, Circuit Judge Klnealy yesterday, at tho "" BB f rfs sj.i - i tBQBTB ,HHIBHBHf(s&4 9 9 A short time 3140 the demand for the Woman's Home Companion was such that the publishers were justified in guaranteeing ONLY 350,000 COPIES EACH ISSUE, but during the past summer and fall the subscriptions and orders continued to increase each month until the actual demand for the December-Christmas number reached the enormous total of S20.0 7ii IL J8l M JtrAiced iIIuetrMton of the totrr In n?-n idlon nn iSr Jiouarr rnacjzlte Iro .svpriilil. IlfbyTt-r- &t rtUUliCffCoapiay 9 SI New subscriptions are pouring in at the present time, and orders from newsdealers are so great, that the publishers are confident the actual demand for the JANUARY NUMBER will Far Exceed Half a Million Copies ONE DOLLAR THE CROWELL PUBLISHING COMPANY 41 PK ROW, NEW tOXIC JrRI.NCntl.D, OHIO TlIICVI SuiLClVC, CKICACO ma rf(uti-i of " 11.- sermann A; fa.. (,.lrct'-(l Jlivoi i-lls t o rtifv to b's court for r ivul bj Januarv o tin iiroedlncs in r-iT.irrt to the .uinulmcnt by the M.iyor ct WasarmBnn & Co.'s tltket biokerh" li Cfnse. VVassprmann H ro. claim that the M.aor li.is no mrUJictiun of tho matt-r a 1 that the rlritg.' imalnst them cf 'l U.a a no.itrainffrali' ticket yliouM be tred brfoie a Police 1'ourt JuilKe. Iltnl I'liins I oiiferciuT. A 1 Illpl. vlc- picident in ciiaiKe of rio'Jfl lini" trrffic. h.is In- uml the freifuht .in-i p.is-ng-r trolllr oillfMls of .ill ibo t! tilil Hues to aconip.ui) Mm to Tens mxt month, vhen- u .onf'Tiiiro will be lii-Jtl with th trr-i'Ic oftldals l-i that State It Is ej.p'i.t.-il tint Uif party will Have .lamnnv 1 .invl v.ill vlu jtvvr.il points in Tixas. Joint I'umniger Mt'rtintr. A n.cet.n h-is bn c.illi'd of fie Joint Pau'enirr Cofnmittee to meet In N'evv- V'ork .lannaiy 17 lo eon'M-i "i-jbo.ird ratea. Death or John li. Harris. nia't i:i,ic fix'iAi Dallas'. Tit., Ue 27. John G Harris, joint .-uent at Fort Woith or the Mlffourl. Kama ana Txas. the lntoi national and (Jr.at North rn H.nd the Teas l'arlfic lallro.ul' died IaJl nlsJit. :u-'ert Til : ears He was one of the best known rallroul men. particularly to live-Mock Inler-sv. in the United dtaus. He vvaj form-tly Tit.vi I'aciflc a'e'it at Xew Orlean? Ijrivnlte Clt i!.-ii Mr, Kl'I'LHLJU bPB'IAI. SprlnqHeld. Ill, Dec. K.-AuuU-s of in coiporatlun wepv hlrd lo-dav b tho Crnn ite Ot.v. St. Louis and Eastern Uclt Kail toid at and neat Granite Cltv Th lntorporators. who alco eomple tn the eoiporatiur Is to operate a b-lt rall roul at una r.jr tliu tllv of Granite Cits. The Ihuirpur.-to.-, v,ho ul-o comprise tlw Hrt Hoird of l-Irf-ftor", ure I". G Xird rlnshaut. U 1 NI(.rln;h.iiib inil Wil liam 1 .Vi-i!ni i.!iau". all of : liuis; V. . Iliinlon .iml ' 1" Pit I1 of Granite Cltv. Coi-lilHll Goes to K.IUSHS Mr. G (.' Coniiar.j. paiciiir'r aynt for lhi-13U-. with liLid'iuarters in Pt l.oms. .vlll ti- tra.i-feired to Kan- -. City. January 1.. ii- traellns psiv r Agent ote of Ttnllroml Urn, -AIim llillun. jicncrol uiic-l.Bfr ivf-nt ct th I'rlot njj r:um.',i from Tcit Wurlh 'Ifi , whin ii atti'iiai'i: a ui-ftli if th- ! Ia ii- dlitt T"xa. rini.ftr i'llclats D l:vrs. an'isuu-.: afneral pa'-i'i.g.r aj,-nt r lh. ilil'uirj dinl Altun. 1 attriiilii a Ilf (f t on? -i ic-i at illlf"tnt points oi the Mtor P D jllkr-.lr'-v-. a?slaunt Kfiirfll pa. F.HJ.T 2Llt iC tJ.e 1J O aV. with odiT fiasse-iic-i" officials. i-jKirt. an crct-pilnallv h'nvj holiday taislnc' With the d'iveloim-nl of the fct 1ou1p. l'.rov r-m Ille aad Mexico lln It Is tallevrd that t! t. ioakjm will ecur lhi- vrvlcrs c cer tuln ht. Louis rMlroad ortlclol - C I. Hl'Iearj bviilstaiit Hn,ral pflisiiKer aa."r,t of tbe BIk Four. : nndfne the liolilavs out of th dt. -C !" (larkfi. vice LrfiJ'nt of tbe Ml pouri I'arifie. Is p-ndtiiK ih- holMuj in Mobile - A J. Da v I lion, prcelJ.nt of th- Frlvsi W In T-xa Go to Florida For our tvlntcr vacation The Dixie I'"ler will take ou thero quickly and comfortably. Call at Illinois Central cit) ticket ofllce or write C. C McCarty, D. 1'. A., for Information, folders, etc. NEGRO REPUBLICAN IN JAIL. .Colorado AYoiker Ru fulfil lo An swer (Iraiitl .lurv. I'urbio. Colo. Dec. 27 Kliiff 15. Conner, a nei;ro Hepublicau worker, to-day v.ius eeiitcuceil to tho county jail fur one ymr and fined J2,ti by DUtrlct Judge Voor hle'. before whom he was brought upon hi- renewed refusal to answer questions put to him It the Grand Juiy room Connprj last Friday secured a delay of thu execution of Judge Dixon's t-entence airalnst him bv Riving bond and promiiln-f to answer all Inquiries that might be made of him when the Grand Jury con vened again The Supreme Comt will be invoked to issuti a wTit of habeas corpus releasing Conner. f lirlstmnH nt InsRiie Vs lunt. Christmas was celebrated by the em ployes of the City Insane Aylum last night with a hall. One hundred and fifty jrnests were present. To Doctor H. S. Atkln". the Superintendent, was piesented a handsome diamond locket. An enter tainment for the Inmates of the institu tion will be Riven Thursday night. Anmtnl jleetioc Postponed. The annual meetlnc and election of of flccr of the Abraham Lincoln Club of the Twenty-first "Ward will be held on Saturday evenlnp. January 7, at S o'clock. In SperflaKe's Hall. Sprintr and Easton avenues. Instead of on next Saturday evenin-c as announced. crease 150,000 OO COPIES which gives over two and one half million readers each SHO MBNION it regarded as the best and most entertaining Home and Family Magazine in the world in over half a million homes. The JANUARY ISSUE it a great HOLIDAY Splendid from the Merry Holly-Sprinkled Cover Through All of Its Sixty Great Pages, and Will Cost Only IO Cents At all newiaealeri or direct from the publisher! Here are a few of the leading features of the January or Holiday Number: New-Year's Entertainments Fascinating Serials Tales of the World's Doings Snappy Short Stories Most Up-to-Date Fashions Royally Beautiful Illustrations HENRY IRVING DODGE'S strildnif. account of The Northern Pacific Merger A gigantic game for the commerce of a great continent A YEAR TEN CENTS A COPY Jeeley LIQUOR DRINKING, MORPHINE Rmxfle Srn Ustis, NeorullKali, DR. J.E. CLAIMS, ur$ 2801-3-8 LocuitGt., St. Leuis. Iilirttn, K-jazmt-iiJ HBe T.IATMCMT r.H T.tAOCO Ant NKUSf.TMCSI. HAS A BIG LEAD IIlitioi-M Down-State LegiHlmorN (lenr-rallv Oppose Cook bounty Man for Speaker. DENEEN HOLDS A CONFERENCE luk-TTii-w.s TwentT-'niiei jlem- bcv and Calls in Remaining Conwy Lawmakers for Keion To-Dav. HKPl BI.1C si'i:cii. Chicago, ill., Dec 27-Tliut r.vpuLllo.in members of the lower branch of the Gen eial AssembH- are opposed to .1 Ook Ccuntj man for Speaker, nnd that they ifnrally (r.fer William E. Trautmann of East St Ixiuls for that position, devel oped to-day in the ronference between Covfrnor-cloot Deneen and twenty-three cit'ntrv members of the Forty-fourth Gen eral Assembly, whom h call'd In to dis cuss the Illinois .speakership and matters relating- to lli IncomliiK Slate administra tion The loiiiiiinlng tblity-3ve coi-.nlv- mem bers are .chedi'Ird for conferences to-morrow, and affr they have volunteered their opinions on the speakrrehtp situation It la probable Mr Dtneen will give his final word h to whether he will oppose the candidaey of Mr. Trautmann, who ap pears to be the only man In the Held who has a positive follow Imr. DJO.'r-r'N' tit-Ens The twntj-thru members who CAUtd on Mi. Dt-neen to-day vr- lVcd llain... Kockford. James Tugjcart, HIJ otl. C. II. UatVus, Harapslilre; II T Irefand, VVaahbum, Otla M. Mllly. l.-!illllcot,ie: Israel Uujtpoa, Morrl.. J. R Grace, Chrleman; John IL lMpie. suIUran. A. I, PtilUIps. Qlbeon City. J. R. Itcbinson, Far-oer City: E. c. ltardln, Moimouth: U M. Maglll. Molfne; X. W Tlbllu. Hewanen: W. J. Donahu-. Katn vItt. K if I'nlrKin. Sheridan; 71. W. Phrlncr. I'lora. F. J. llefnl, Jacksonville Wit 11am Monti:rtmry. Moro. K. D. KlrKpalrlck. TJenton, Jrrthla KerriLl., Mlnonk; Charlc Fet zir. HprinBflt'! I: Jamea Noje. lli-adford, and CUem J. IJnllev. Onenvlle. Other Representatives who had seen Mr. Deneen beforo talked with him to-day, anions them Trautmann and I'endarvLs, the rival candidates. Thursday Mr De neen will meet Cook County members, al though this will be a perfunctory pro ceeding. Inasmuch as local members who belong to the new machine doubtless could be delivered without much formality. Some of tlie new Governor's friends pre tend to bu supporting Pendarvls of Chi cago and Arnold of Galesburg on the theory tliat Governor Tate Is opposed to the candidacy of 5tr. Trautmann. In this conm-ctlon It Is reliably reported that Yates and Trautmann have made peace terms Some of the Trautmann members, ac cording to report, went so far as lo in form Mr. Deneen that they would sup port Trautmann even if the nf w- Governor desired the election of another J. Hussell Grace of Chrlsman, Charles A. Allen's district, told Mr. Deneen he would support Allen for Speaker, while Representatives Haines and Taggart are said to have expressed a preference for E. D. Shurtl"ff. MAY WITHDRAW. It li expected that Mr. Allen will be here to-morrow, and will withdraw from the rare. Neither Alien nor Shurtleff is be lieved to havo a chance for the speaker ship on account of their real or supposed affiliation with the "Federal crowd.' Another development, as Indicated by reports of Mr. Deneen'a interviews with House members, is that Chicago charter legislation will stive right of way to pri mary election and civil-service bills in the order named. Mr. Denoen also sought advice from House members respecting good roads or issue. The ME NVM fE BT5 to Jeeley Tiknc tad Cifinea tMMm FhyIcton lai Slnnaj 'VSS "liard" road" and discus-Rxl State patroa aaje with a fe of bin callers. Mr. Denecn also ran WilU..m 1 Hundy of Centralla. Walter Ixiuden of Trenton. Harrj Warn of Duquoin, Major Hopm of Mound City, Lleutnnant Governor N'orth cott and ConarsBsmen Wilson Knopt arid Fuller. TIip conferrr.t-es toik plate at tbe Great Northern Hotel, which wai crvded all day loru? with Republican politician--. Chairman West watched the looby and admitted politicians whom he drnrcd the lnccmuT" Go-voroor to see. Mr. Trautmann said he xojs well please! witJi the senti enmt in Iii. favor, but declined to make any predictions "It is now time for the members to talk." luid ho. DRUMMERS ARE PROSPEROUS. Southeast Missouri AsMK-iation Has Annual Meeting at Lindell. Reports prrsenttd at the annual matting of the Soulhwet Missouri Drummers' As sociation at the Limlrll Hotel ytsterday afternoon showed the. organization to by in e more prosperous condition now than at any time In Its hlstory The organltiition has more than 55) members, and from a financial standpoint the outlook is most Dromislnr- Th mt- Inc was opened wIUi praver by the Iiv-' erend rather J. J. Furlons of New Madrid, ilo G. J I. Schoolmeyer presided. The various committees which will serve during IMC iwre appointed. It wa de-idsrt to hold the net meeting at Cape Glrai dtau In .Maj. At that time invitations; will b- lsued to leading Tr.oI3lu rnr cbants of St Louis to attend. ks t-ntni the cixr t'lintttiK-s. Hyde I'ark ConKrrcntlon IIuI4l n niml UretlnK This i:venlnc. The annual mretlng of Hj-de Park on gregational Church will be held th even ing, at which reports rrom tbe vorinm church societies will be read and tho elictlon of offlters will b held The Reverend Father Rogers S J pr-l.Wit of St- Louis X'nivT3!t-.. is at tending the meeting of college presid'nti at Columbia. Mo Tlie Sunday school of the tr.ii ir... Reformed Church gay a cantata lst i night entitle.! 'Tilsrims of the Star. On i of the features of the entertainment was a. large Chritmns tree. H3l1te.il vlth electrltlt:.-. Instead of ho regular prajer service at Marvin Memorial Church this evening. Mr. Card of the St. Iut. Cltj Mission Will conduct a convert-. service, which I especially Intended for men. "noro-Fonnalin" KImer iAm-nd) as an antiseptic. cle-.dr.g mouth and tooth wash is unsurpassed. Talfc on SpirltnnllKtii. J Dwight Hagatnan. president of the Antimedium Association of th Tnited States, dellvetvd a lecture, on "Spiritual Ism" at the Y. M. C A. buildins last night for the benefit of the Union Mis sion. Several Spiritualists werp pre-ent nnd at different stages of the lecture questioned his statements. HELP WANTED ADS Inserted in THE SUN DA Y REPUBLIC Are sure to bring good returns. als. omuamimrm take Aom rom tmk mmpumuc at orrtom mArmrn. oLit AUCTIONEERS. ;i mm ctmat JtlU Sfc U AUCTION AND STORAGE. Tffuiar al .- i''irtr nf rar'hot; iW general off.'. IV S I t Ciiou'-ai n m-u. hai in rfs'en. a jt a ty. Vuon- KIdIocS r i7 WESTERN SALVAGE " WRECKING AGENCY- !., acj tui Wah!r.c oa avnar lianllfF tt Vir ini llartre -aivu" n tor y;eclaJ lia lie AMUSEMENTS. OLYpCMa.Tfl-Do;2:l5 ELEANOR ROBSOn, iloi -' , rat il il-i aal ei:e f ai 'i ,i.in . n "tl HI. I iit1 . Pr In?i yini:i f j- . i in an.! V 0. SEATS THURSDAY i.vX".. NEXT YEEK Mr. Richard RflAN83rIiSLD .-pp ai -v f - ai -!' 'an Z i-ati lit 11 -fi ' . - 1 jn -, Trrlbl". ri'-f ! ." . 'in rirnpf v "Th J-tri unt t ' T-:.ri ffi t ri-vrtil in K 1 ,r n t o.r F- Kir "ichart III v ,, vn tint r Vcnlr'; ! 'furf r t ' T'l J-roli and Mr. Mi -1 - r -w hd CP ? J 2 j E3Vwr- 7oUtr 2:1. a ,- -1 f irFf-it.4 ttxm V rtpr'p THE VIRGINIAN Vih I uffcn Kara an r - - i a-Tl 5 " 'a t" Sataa. v i -i rv,n , . ,Si!n.right,Jan.f. '1 i' I a ;"" - Ma Mon STUDDIFORD in P.Ets S--THER. THE NEW ths'pijt i-i bft l;rrsid-iar -j rinh H3ISS ADA &EHAN' Sappcncri b KK. CHARLES RiCHKiH "Tiu; ( tivut. for ( m:ai-" iu"rf? Ma c4 ttnnr Tin: TV.: t ov nit; ?nf:nn.- OLUMBIA Ccafc n -.tfT tie 10 to 'jcn Dally TT.'t. J l.vats criA. l-1iwr an! 1st Jtfcphine kju J t'.x nni Ujrr Trt-roHo L.xal UfKrr llltw Iiisorp t'At, W Lsl Hofcrcrt Son Jcmnrp ?cd Il,nr-"r. Acdrf xt nni V t Th lViriK?- IfSPEmALur To-MGirr j lent ealts ! ii'M'it n rftiz. 25c Mat. To-Day SHADOWS OF GREAT CITY N r. T t-ar' - vo V,'tA.rz I;pUs far IIr OIll'ON KDMilV irtl-Tfl-vr;. Jan. si. -niK'n'i"4T-i.Trr v'j. rf;-i:c Pi an a COKCtHT C0MPAHY. In Ifct lull mamr'n t rowerr ' A QiCf C? tn-cecc -s&it r. s:rtor nxiu okdi;k monvr crjr r?rxh f-d-i a T-iea p- r u RCixniftiit-U b car! t r to ht T.aEiyer " th t,- fll1.1 n 'i Tdr J tflfl- rlVZ -ni fttS rci. trf j mar a- poiac to ii-- 'Ifirid k-cnUan -a!- Tfcar- V3dTLllU' 25c and 50c. vu't jtit. rc -c a z. tt."i. PEERLESS E LL A R ACCOrlPAMltD BY VALADOS. Neit S.a Me Ca Tar.r.n3y tie Sanio O-L JlHWlLSsi y"3 the lst shows ror nfT' money. c Jtntlne. Titd3r TfunJr a-vt Hvtrrdij. Vlclit I'r.w IX " 'Sr lllsber 3Jc MATHSEB aiLLY HQV H TO-MOBBOW. , CLIFF03D WOSI HE CRAWFORD-;;:vv;;i "THE CHARIT NURSE." A I'Uy That Arsxats to 7:verv Wcnraa. 3 Mats. l... Tl.u-. 5a . c ssi xnn vrx-tAGf: rAPov 73. tr$t &&&& a TSE rOUE aFFOUT- 2FSCLICS CHiLT HfRi.nsii-F. kn vcii7:vii,t,k ltle- & tScrton's Hljr GnletT CO.. treaiti.J s te Vajor G-r.rnl r! v-tiedfans. .mi. li tiivrcia-:.-. oahtov. NVlt week VAMTY 7'Ain STflRTHEATfB.'eVe'r-;.??;!.. An, l0,t K8CH-CLASS Jj VAUDEVILLE ft Shows IJnllj-. -:"!0. T mil O o't loeK Odeon SY Mat. (THE SUBURBAN Ffrt-.'airl -, -w. . . ....-.- .. .w ujr .iHii enu nuiuaj- iiaie. j-; o IL 9S". i v n a BD'' "s'unlij- JJsta. 2c "" JPonativraTIcxet O'St'it flrlliiaTa. o-EaSisr. HAGElEOR'SfEF."lH lennnrit Ave. nnd Ollir St. riAii.Y rnovi 1 r. 11. to 10 v. it. Adml-sion IV Children li. HOTELS. Hoiel Ghamberiin, Old Point Comfort. Opn a'l the Tear Tor tin, klel. r . adrs fJf.O P ADAMS Mcr.. For:ref Mocrtx-. v TItn GnlSAT RtST AXD TYC8T Mt3 across the nsnntj statks of TEXAS Al LOUISIANA fjt, S'i&r zr , TEXASfM Wa ZMPACmC no Tnnt-Ri.n to assutr Qr-nsTioxs. Kerr nialarr Car (meals a In. carto). Writ for Iiw Hates JCe-v loelc on Tesas. TTre li I. TUItMCll. General Paiseaser Agent, Dallna, Texas. v 11.1.1 am v iiosins ir j DinKxnirn ITtaiilent Ke.'rctin' IUrr.BI.IIICU IK i34? MlsMltltJ STA'Ii: MITI.1I. FIRR AMI hakim: isLii.vri: coiipam. Oftlci- :."o 717 'Ter-n-Jf ft . St I-o'lil. Mo. Tel I.VII SLID SI V Tel Kt"loeh A IOCS Policies are vrlit-n i,n eilir ftoric or matt.e( plan II-nrr f II.iEn-'c!c. J It. C Lnca. Jf IL orttivreln. I I) VTiHw. VVm F llo-re.. Jas vv Bell, ! C I!oTse Do You Ever step to consider tha present cliiciency of ths 7ELEGKAPH SERVICE compared with xvhjtt It nasbeiorethc "POSTAL" entered the Held? W the mm pi of QUEEN MSzMbUH S0HS QTAM&ARg :"5"a"Tl'"sm.-Tfv VVV. Jl - iSsii :te-jgp-th - && ?&' -r:-jirjrgLij