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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC; WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 2. 1905. i i n ,- x (- TOWBOAT REMOVES SR HOUSEBOATS THE NEW ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC: CHURCH. TAFT IS SURPHLSEO BY THE JAPANESE SEVERALTHOUSAND REGISTER FOR UINTAH UND OPENING Largest Crowd of Hosaeseekers Gathers at Graad Jsaetrew Twelve More Days ia Which te File ApppUcatiOM for CUiavs, aal lo Iacoaveaieat Rash Is Aatidpated. ; fW !t Dep-ty Saeriffa and Officials of Wiggins Ferry Company En force Order of Ejectment of Dwellera on Corporation's Land Secretary Says Party of Amen Cass Expected Courtesies, bat Popular DeaaOBstcmtioM Hare Nearly Orerwtelaed Them. SEVERAL HUNDRED WOMEN FILE NAMES FOR THE MUslMB. s I It' IS It '. .1? m A ncad f Depute Sheriffs, assisted by the toaboat W. UcllrlUn or the Wiggins 'wry Company, and accompanied by officials and employ ea of the Wiggins Fer ry Company, yesterday enforced the order of ejectment of houseboat dweller from property claimed by the Wiggins Foxy Company north of Bads bridge By means of rollers placed under tiiem end a line attached to the McCMUn, hair a dozen liotiMtoats were moved into we, river. Most of the houseboats wrr- an chored by their ownrr in tlie rlur in front of their former sites, and will In all likelihood be moved dnjrn below the liuls bridge In the nar future. Beveral of the hou-eliont dweller who wen- moved estertlHy have lived on the land from which they were evicted for 'he last ten or twelve ears. Vha the suits for restitution of tl.e lail to the Wiggins Kerry Company were decided In favor "f the rompntiv there was tlk of meeting iho Deputy Sherlrs with force "Jiouw tney wtferapt to enforce the order of the court. Jii iat summons was rcaa msi weK and gave, the hou-liiat dweller until e?terdn to get off the land. Only one ir tne houere;ai dweiier-s. vwiuam ;soeiy. va.s belllaeient. niM he carried a run out of his hout-etuat. He was arrested and sent to JHil on ., chaige of reltlng an of ficer One or the Incidents of jesterilav'n jiro-eedirK uji the pulling of a chlcken-hou-e. th prr'rty of Kd Neal. Into the rlvr Neal remove,! his h'iii.elMl into the water lait Saturday, but did not take :!s liickcu cxel. E ENDS HER LIFE Mrs. Annie Met? lice Drinks Car bolii; Arid jit Home of Friend r.riett-d Over lK-.it h of litis hand :ind Father. 'Jrlfvins o-r tli re-nt d"ath of her ini'lnn 1 and fath r and "sufterins from llln-s prompt"d Mr Atin.'e McGhee. II j-.irs old. to clritiK oarbulic acid at tii hojti cf Mir. iluttle Ston". No 221 Soutli J fferoii avenu: at bin o'clock lai-t nislil. Mr JWIiw died in tli rec ptloji-rooni of th 'itv Hospital an hour later. Sir. MpiIIii and Mr. Stone liae been liura-j ulnre school l;v-. and the former las to "jn-nd the nlsl'.l with Mrs. S:one. About S.ny o'clock Mix !c.;h-e ntnt to th. Iill room wnlle Mrs. Stone Eat In the i.il.ltllc room r"adin . KhortK afteia:.) J!r". Sftone noticed a 'shallow on lh door, and. looking up, iw Mn JlcOlie.- ilr- Ston delectt-d tho fumes "f the uUJ. 15r. McJIie craFpi Mr-. Ptone'H h ind tlfihtly and jtild: "Good liv Fhc then fill in the litfr's arm-.. A doctor as -cnl for. but noii" could le found in Uif n-iphlrhood. An ambit lanro nan un)monl anj conveyed Mrs. McGhee to the :o-pltal. Sine her hu-band d.-d on llirrh 1 last Mrs. MtUhen has ix-en 111 utnl ha- Krlee.i much Her father died a nhort while l-efor' lur husband. She had l-n llvlr.s with her mother at No. 3I1S MeX.tlr a-nu. and althnu;h jhi r.a- omplainlmr of h r health ahe made ro threat to end her life. Mrs Mcf:ii'e If survived bv her mother. ?.!n. Mnr V.'.V.z. t4 Iter-. Mrs I'aul H"rr and Mi'i Hia Waiz, and a brother, liirls AValz. Tli- funeral arrangements have not been titnplttd. TREMENDOUS LID FOR 8EDAL1A, MO. Kesiaiirants, Bakeries. Cigar Stand and Soda Fountains Must Keep Cloed. i.rcei m-r' srnci .i. S'dalla. Mo. Aujf. I Constable I'h.tiiev !i in the FadJV and he j.ro;io;cs strictly to rnforc" the Sundty cio!nB law in the future. conim-nc!ntc next Sunday. lie served notice on 8"dalia bulne-s jik n to-day that in the future all cla'"s of lmms hou-. including restaurant. I skerie--. confctiotir Htores, cljnr utaii.Is l'i hoteln and drug store and sodi foun tain', must be olos-J during the Sabbath tnd kept clo-fc-d. The onlj exception mad is that drug cMk in iy fill prescriptions r!tte-j by reg ular phrlciam. INTENSE HEAT OPPRESSES TEXAS At AuMiu Citizens Wen Com pelled to Leave Their Koomt and Sleep Out of Doors Thermometer. Austin. Tern.. Aug J -Last night and to day has witnessed one of the most intense heat nave Chaj has pav-d over T'xas Ijist night the humidity was o great that "ecpl were forced to leive thlr sleerlr.g looma and tske to the strets for air At midnight the thermometer registered J" de grees, and to-day It has beeji over 1 5 de gree. MILITIA TO GUARD ARKANSAS BORDER. tiarrraar Has la. at Heaesl t tatr Haara at Health. athorle. i: farcs?aat at Qaaraatlnr. nerfnuc rrci.i IJttle Rock. Ark. Aug L Oovrrnor Di yl to-nltht iuel an order directing General Ilames. commander of the State iuard. to detail a nary ofnr and mn may be neceary t quarantine the various exioi.d plice In tl.e State against thna who hive had nn opportuniiy to become- Jfe-ted by yellow fever This order was lv.ed In response to a request front the State Roird of Health which placed a State quarantine in effect veaterdav. The Stat Ro-ard of Fealth Is without trrney. the ut tglslatuj having defeated a bill staking an appro priation for th wcrk cf the board, and th board was powerless to enforce the quarantine. The militia, acting under the direction of th Stat Board of Health, will -e placed upon all trains entering the Stat nd at ail points where boats might land, and no one who has been In th infected district within fit days will b permitted to enter hs Stale. The militia will be called oat as needed by th Stat Beard. 7 OPERATOrlS WILL BUILD DAM. Decide on 1,000 Foot Wall to Pro tect Mines From Floods. ttBwmjc stscjax JopUn. Mv Au. L As a result of t. disastrous floods of the last two weeks it lias bren decided by the mine operating In the Badger District. non. n Joplin. to bsild a data IN fett In length ani wide enough for a in road. It ta thought that will act aa a daa and protect the arepertyin that district from futur loss. Taa Idas? UBBam, oe or the larga liwas at DusBwag. had a cavern last night that left a feoH mora than W feet wide. Tit aiBiiwit sraend caused the trouble. Ttte mlpars were hurt, thoach the dam ac ta tka xeperty is atUrht. owtac to the tact tkat tae caved part ass beta worked aim la T a aasssjrirl ask yor a M to Taa K. K at-Usar acaajatly. DESPOND NT WOMAN Haaaaal''llaiaaMa3aaaaaaaaaaaaaafiaaaBaa 1 BBVBaBBBVnaftBWaBSMVaBMBBViBaBBBBBBBaBalBa&BS I BaKBBBSBVflBaVlBBBBBBBn9SEnftaBaBBBB8l BBBBBBuUaVjHSSBBBK'' LBVSHh aSBSHPlaSHSSHSsVaSHSSHSSHSM2HSsVES t tviuwmmtimmmavt&wsnm&eMtimi i mImfMtKm3Bm3mWBKBKS99BIM " BBanaVBBBalBaSsBaBMBlBBaBaHBaBBCssBVnB ' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBKSsaH " Bllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll The new edifice wHIlie erected at 4iv.ow. It-will Im? -ntniclcd of slouc aud covvr a ground siace of (SxlUTt feet, with a tower J V feet Iiijrli. Tlie tJle of 'architecture Himewbat rc-eintile the early English Rothic. The building 'will not contain any pillar-, tin- roof lxins siipported by lecl snan. The liaement will contain a chattel and sodality rooititt. Inimedi:it'ly adjoining the chun-h Imildinc a hanrtomc residenc for tlie natnr. the Keverend FalberO'Brirn, will 1k erecteil at a cost of about SlO.Otto. Ihe lmildins has been designed by Baractt, Uayncs ts Barnetl, who will also Miperrlse Us contnicllon. DOUGHERTY DIES AT LIBERTY Former Congressman From the Third Missouri District Suc cimihs to an Attack of Acute Indigestion. nrprnuc ."phciau. Liberty. Mo . Aur. 1 Hi-Congressunn John Doucherty dlnl thli morning. He liecime utlinly 111 Siturd.iv evening, but Improved until a chance for the worse came lat night. Acute !id!sotlon and lie.irt trouble v-.ere the eau-e of death. Mr Dougherty leaves a wife and two daughter?. Mrs. Wlllar.I P. Itall if lynn. ant. Tex., and Ml-s nora Dough, rty of this cltr. Ti-e members of the family wre all pr--nt when the nd came. TK- fun'nl prob-tbly tvill 1 held to morrow nfterr.ron. but the time had not been finnllv- :ct:ed npon to-night. Mr Dough, rtj. moil three trms In Congrefs. r-rrf.'Tit!"JT t!i Third Missouri D.:trict. P! l.-t tem expiring Matvh 4 At tlie convertfon h( year Mr Pougber-tv- bad enough Instructed delegates to give him the nomination again, but trio from Clinton Ccuntv Ijolted their lnstrue tlon? and the r.omlratlon was given to Judge Sulllnger of King City, who was def.a'ed at the .lection by a Republican IVink J. Kltj.pcr Mr. Dougherty ex-jieet-.l to be a candidate for Congress t:eTt year. Mr Pouglertv- wns bom In I'latte Ooun tv Tebrinrr i". 1-".T. nnd wn a son of Doctor W. XV lerig'iertv. a Western Mis souri pioneer and Indian agent in the AWst for four e-ir John Dougherty v-as educated at William Jewell College, and after s'udvlrg law was admitted to the bir In Indiana Iletuming here, ho w:.s .lerted r.ty Atto-ney for Liberty, later tVie-eco!-.- Attornev of Clav- C'oun-tv- and -ex,.n var igo ms na"me-l as ?h lemocratie candid te for Congress His majority increased ..-.cli time he w.is fl.ele.1 He oivnc.1 nml xl!te.1 n T ti, Trllrar." naMr three years previous to going to Congress. AT CZAR'S PALACE Council Assembles at IVii-rhof and Kxpects to Draft Outlines for a National Assembly Along New Lines. Ft, Petersburg Ag. 1 -Tl.e Council of -v.lr.lsfers a;-. mbled at i'vtirhof ihi art. rnuon under the pr.idency of the Iwnj-e.or. to examine the project for a rational aembb. Thr meeting was pre ce.Ied li a Te Dium Tho-e presint numbered fo'ty-four. In cluJlng tlr.tml Iuke Alexis, V'adimir. Alexander MtshaelovitrJi and Nicholas Mcholasevitch all the Ministers. Senators Uortirlnskv. Shlrlnkt and Xarvphkln and I'roffsor Kl jutshew kl and Pavloff t,f jio-m ueariy an of no:n are meniDtrs of the Council of the Kmplre. A bureau of the Council, comjwed of officials of ths Imperial charcellerie, has taken over from the Committee of Jlln l'ters the work of elaborating a proie"t for the convocation of the National A stntll The jroKct ! to le thoroughly rtcat anJ of a more lll-eral form When ccrrpkte. it win hive little !n common with the scheme presented b Minister of the Interior Iloullgln. Th; Council will not touch upon the question or principle, confining ItIf to details on which there are difference of opinion. Vfter five hour' discussion over tn- de tails of th" project, an adjournment wis taken at T o'clock, the members of the Council returning to St. Petersburg ORDER IS GIVEN TO LEASE KIOWA AND COMANCHE LANDS Secretary . laterlar Coatsaaads Tkat 00.0H .terra Be Osesed to Leaseaa far Ftse-laar Tcrsaa. Washington. Aug 1. Tie Secretary of it Interior ha ordered the leasing cf more than 4lto acres of th Kiowa and Comanche li in Oklahoma for ar-i-cultural rcr,o, ths leases to runfor f.ve years frctn Januarr l next. At the -ipiraUen cf the tcrTn the lessees will be grast-ii tte preference rlsht to r t.ew at an tpraied value to b placed upon the land by the Secretary of the interior. The lands -sill be 5iJsl In quarter-section tracts, apd no person or firm will be permitted t" lease more than two sec tions, Tr-e biia ire to be. opene, j,y Colonel Jarre K Raailett at the Kiowa Agency ca tVceaber seat. Darrlas-llle. Ml.. Elect Oasura. RETCIUJC SF1XIAU HarrSsburg. III. Aug. L At a special election held In the newlv organised Til lage of PcrrlsrUIe to-day the following of Rcr were elected: President cf tne Board of Trustees. John L. Dorri. Jr : Trcstees. J- S, Hemphill. Winiam H. TV..-.. Dit.n1 nk. a ft n.fi...u. A. Smith and George Relytrg. IVlice Slag- I tstrata. Howard Estea. Tfca vtllaa was I tr.corparaled a saoath ago acd is locatad 1 00a aaa) kaat aslki aoat ac Uia aU. MINISTERS CONFER tin Mtithea!t corner of Vandcvcnter MOTHER WILL 60 TO ARKANSAS TO FREE DAUGHTER WHO SAYS SHE IS DETAINED Mrs. Clara Uaniblin, After Conferring With Chief Desmond, De cides to Go to Ilarfield to Demand Release of Nineteen-Year-Old Marian Emmons, Who Wrote That Man of Seventy Held Uer Prisoner in Cabin on Plantation and Threatened Her Life Will Prosecute if She Finds the Facts Warrant. Mrs Clara Hamblln. whose 19-ycar-old daughter. Marian Emmons, lias written her that she Is h. ing d-taln-il and threat ened by a man of To in n cabin near Rar-f-cld. Ark., will d'wirt for IJartleld this morning to d- mand her release. Mrs. Hamblln carries a ktter from As fl'tant Pro-cuting Attorney D.ilton to tht- prosecutor of the county in which Jkirfi'-Id is s!tt nted. and she declares tlwt If her daughter substantiates her rt.ite meats she will do all In hr power to nid fn the prosecution of the man. Mrs. Hamblln will brlns her Uughtr back to St IxhiIf. Aftr receiving the lette- from her daughter, in trhlclj the girl ngtde charges of cruelty and threats against her elderly mplojer. Mr. Hitmblln r turned to St. Ijuis fro I'Sion. ... where sh luad been -jndir.K the si mtner. She visited friends ut Xo. TM7 Folom avenue and then called to lav- h-T daughter's cae before Chb f of Ijetoetives Dvsmond. she having ttle gmtilnil him pr. viousiv. The riiief inforn.e.1 "Mrs. Hamblln that ho wan lotteries to act. as the case was not In his Jurisdiction. Last night Mrs. HambPn again conferred with tho Chief ami I'roecutii:g Attorney and decid ed to go to Rarfietd to demand her daugh ter's release, if she Is still detained, to lay the cafe before th authorities if the facts warranted, and th.n to bring her daughter home. Mri-. Ilamblm Is puzzled whether her daughter !i still laid bv the man. or whether she ! In the custody of tha Sher iff of the oouuty. owing to conflicting statements in telegrams she has received. Mrs-. Hamblln said her diughter alwavx vyas determine,! to earn her living, and for that r-a.-cn tho girl went to Garfield. In forming l.r mother the day before her dcnartllr. from flff T.oula nf eee Infmtlnn I .Mrs. Hamblln. before departing for tha Rummer for Ohio, gave her daughter per mission to nnuin with friends in fct. L-oul-.. ,.A.!e,,er iTO'n bM" ilaughler. postmarked Hickman. Ark. which Is near Barneld. conveed the news to Mrs. Hamblln. of hi r daughter's alleged incarceration. She cannot explain, however, how the girl suc ceeded In mailing the letter at Hlckznan. if he u so cloyely guarded, as h writes, unless some sympathetic person con sented to tKist the letter for htr. Mrs. Hamblln says sho Immediately teiegraplie-1 tlie Sheriff :tt Rl"the1lle. twelve mil-s, from Rarf.eld. to assist her. She offered, she Mates, to defray all ex pcnsei. Chief Demond nlo states that he has receive,! n,, 1Uwtrs to mv.iKes rent to tht lilvthevlile authorities veterday mak ing intu!ries regarding the Irl and her allege! captor. THRHATK.VKD HER. SHE SATS. In the litter Mr. Hamblln receivej, her daushtr makes charges of cruelty and declares that she is detained. She wrote: "He 4me ming the old man whom ho ays holds her a prisoner threatens to bum my .lothes If I don't commit a wrong Th!.- I shall never do. H will kill m.i If he. know? that I am writing; this Oh If I could only get away from this dret-lrul rfciee-" Mr. Hamblln displayed the letter to Chief D.jerund jeterdav. but declined to permit anvono to take the original copy. She ivs she will hold it for evidence If she scurs the arrest of the man. Marian Kmmon d-scriha the house Si which she . t,e!d as a cabin in the cen ter of a 2-acre pi intation. She ayj the p'ace Is in the heart of a dense wood. The old man and herself, ahe says, are the only white persons on the place now. The others living on the plantations aro negrces all of whom are In the employ of tl: plantation owner. In one of her ! tters the girl wrote that the old man Itad driven the housekeeper, whose name was supposed to be Witte. but whl:h couldn't be clearly made out in the epistle, to the Mlasouri State line, had given her fl and told her that she could make her way back to St. Louis as best she could. "We formerlv lived in Clifton nelghts." said Mrs. Hamblln. "for a time, but moved from the city when my husband's health failed. My daughter did r.ot want to leave OORIED BENEATH BUSHELS OF BRAN Frank Schuster Sleets Death While at Work in the Titdraan Millinjj Company's Plant at Collinsville. Burid under a thousand bushels of bran In a CoUlssaille mill. Frank Schuster was smothered to death yesterday. He worked for the last week for the Tledetnann Mill ing Company at Collinsville. He attended the chutes which fed the blnst and about 1 o'clock yesttrday morning went up to turn on the bran spout. In some manner he missed his footing aid plunged downward into the bin. The stream of bran continued to sift down in a blls-iing torret of Impassable dust. against, which the man vainly fought. He was missed, bet It wan several hours before the other workmen cosld rescue the body from under the mass of bran. The Indues, was held last Bi(M at Sckroeyacra . t and Flad avenue at a -cost of about MRS. CIARA 11AMI1L1N, Who will so to Barneld. Ark., to fiee daughter, who says she Is detained by or W. St. Lotus. She ts a girl of determination and told me that she would remain here end earn her own living.- I permitted her to stay. Later she answered the advertise ment Inserted In a paper, und I dU not know of her going to Arkansas until ofttx she had arrived there. "When she left St. Ivmis she wrote me a postal saying that she had accepted a position as assistant housekeeper to a wealthy plantation owner. She said the. promises of the old man who employed her appeared to be all right. "When I received her letter telling; me of her betas held near Barfleld 1 Im mediately telegraphed to th Sheriff of the county In which Barfleld Is. but did not gel an answer. COXFUCTINO MES3AOES. "Yesterday 1 received a telegram from a Deputy Sheriff at Barfleld Informing me that luy daughter was held for a debt of 1301 and that the authorities would not act until they received further advice. I have dec! led to go to them and secure her re lease. I will thun take her home with me." Chief Desmond detailed Detective Thomas Kiely to nslst Mrs. Hamblln while she Is In the city. He secured for htr a itt ter from Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Dalton to the Prosecuting Attornev at Blvtheville. in which the St. Lsiuls prose cutor requests that Mrs. Hamblln be given every assistance while there. Tet-terdav morning Mrs. Hamblln re ceived a message stating that the release of her daughter hail been secured by the Sheriff of Mississippi County. Arkinas. In which llarrteld is situated, ana mat sue would return to St. Loils. Lata yesterday afternoon, however, an other message stated that another letter hail been received from the girl saving that the was still being held there and would remain In custody until a decision was rendered. The message was not very explicit, and it Is believed that legal pro ceedings have been Instituted to brine; about her release. Mrs. Hamblln called at Chief Desmond's office again last night and secured the second telegram, which was sent to her In care or Chicr Desmond. She believed the second telegram to mean that the girl had been released, but did not have rail road fare with which to come to St. Louis. Therefore. Mrs. Hamblln will so to Barfleld to-day. undertaking establishment by Deputy Cor oner J. E. Madks of Blvardsvllle. the ver dict bng accidental death. Schuster was 43 years old and came from East St. Louis, where he had been work at the Kehlor Bros. mill. Schuster he longed to Slillworkers' Union Xo. 13 of St. Louis ard to Herman Lodge Xo. S at Gal veston. Teg. The body was taken In charge of by Collinsville Odd Fellows. DRAMSHOP KEEPERS TRIED. Evidence Will Be Submitted to Commissioner Mulrihill. Two keepers of dramshop were tried tn the Kxeis Commissioner's office j ester day for alleged violation of the Sunday closing law. They were Ben Magdlson of Xo. 1U1 Cass avenue, and Herman Kem per of Xo 37 Howard street. The testimony adduced by both sides was taken and will be kept until the re turn of Mr. Mulrihill. About twenty witnesses were heard dur ing the progress of the trials. Tare nty Aapalatsaaata. Thtre appointments to positions tn the city's employ were made yesterday. Ben M. Runyan becomes Inspector tn the Street Department, and John T. Stephens and Henry C Ptoeger art appointed to tko raw Oraartats&t. sss Nagasaki. Auc 1. Th steamer Maa urJa. . with tko- Taft party on board, led t 7 o'clock this evening. During the afternoon Secretary Taft and Sites Alle Roosevelt attended an outdoor fete atOsuwa Park, given by the OoTer nor. uAere araa a Tar wmiiwjim nf Japanese and foreigners, and a hearty re ception was given the visitors. ' Mlsa Roosevelt received a large bouquet from the Ladles' Patriotic Society. Before the departure of tho party. Sec retary Taft aald to a representative of the Associated Press: -We were wholly unprepared for the en thusiastic reception wh'eh we have bad at the bands of the Japanese Government and people. We feel, nf course, that this is due 10 the kindly feeling- of the Em peror toward the American Government and people, but wo are sasarsd from pub lic manifeafatlons that tho official and popular wills are tn accord. During- our visit to Toklo grand entertainments were given in oar honor and for our enjoyment, and to those our Interesting visit to Kyo to, tbo ancient capital, where we taw evidences of the wonderfnL gnl3s and kill of Japanese artists and artisans, was a fittlnjc climax. "During our stay we wer aecompsnld by M. Nagasaki and hie cstitnablo wife, and also the Count and Countess Tera shima, from Toklo. who looked after the Interests of the entire party of eighty three with the degree of foresight, care and kindly patlenct that enabled then to carry throtgh tho kmg programme of functions during the trip of o miles from Toklo to Kobe without a hitch at any juncture." The party had a fine trip through the Inland sea, and there was a demonstra tion of fireworks from launches and sam pans when they reached the Straights of ShimonosckL GROUND SOLD FOR $203,333.32 lVcds Recorded Transferring Properly on Washington Ave nueOther Real Estate Deal". Deeds were recorded yesterday transfer ring the ground on the south side of Washington avenue between Thirteenth and Kourtejntli streets, purchased re cently from the Farrar estate from W. Dulaney Reese to the Majestic Realty Company for S3&333.32. The sale was con summated last week through the McXalr a Harris Realty Company. Tlie Majestic Realty Company !s capitalized at S500.CW. of which U G. McXalr and Fletcher R. Harris each hold an shares and Lv W. Day 100 shares. The tweive-ioom brick residence Xo. 4501 Maple avenie. lot Snxl5, was sold by Xicholls-Rltter yesterday for Harry XV. Pflagcr to H. X. Barber for S10.718. Mr. Barber will occupy the premises aa his home. A doubt three-room flat building at No. 3I3-1J McRee avenue. lot 37x13. was gold by Frank R. Tobln yesterday for M. J. Murphy to a client of Cornet a Zelbig for S3.7X Tho property rents for SJW imr ami was bought for Investment. Xo. 1711 Mississippi avenue, lot 35x100. a two-story brtca aweinng was sum ' r. KlUrn at trustee's sale at the Real Es tato Kxchnnge yesterday to Theodore Zesch for CM. steal Estate Trsusafera. ALL.KX-tO ft., n. r.. being 3T7 Allen. .... B.fl. .-.. S?llu.f.a tf ..4 Ife to CT-.srle. WAV WSchwartz . .UtKASAS-3 fu . s.. lt SWney and UagnoUa. city block 1M1: Fredtr- 1. Ir tt 1?mnjn .trilsfei tn n?ARIftl II ltewiatt an-t wife lai AKKANAS-32 ft. S la., w. s.. being :i Arkansas, city block 1443: Verborg ger ...................... .................. AbADAMA-Sn ft. 10 In., w. sl. bet. Uelor and Walta. cltr bltek 2M7: Prank J. La Itarge to Frleaa Slmms.. S.7W Ar.rttrv"AI-r tt. t in., s. s.. bet. Louisi ana ar.'t Arkansas, cltr block IMi; Cunn's.-tlcat ICsltr Company to Joseph StcIioneU and wits AUIlAMA- fl.. e. s. bet. Koeln and Mile, cltr block am: Michael Mul iloon anil wife to Slicbaei Albach and Wllft AIt.sKNAL-3 ft. C in., a a. bet. Louisi ana and Arkansas, etty block 1M3: Cba necttcut Kealty Onipany to asUa beth Iirown and husband BUltD T ft. ll!i In., e. a. soutlisaM cor- cer vvaus. cny oiorg swe: itcnry ie oorh to lna Arme&tnsut . 1.CSS &ULWCH-2 ft., e. s, telag 19 l!ul- wer. city Mock CD; Kawanl uaiiagser xnd wife to otto Vuluaer sad ! BItANTNElt-3u ft., a a. bt. Wetater una Praacls. ctty block M4; Ernest A. Qulan to Ctiarl.s Thompsoa... CONNKCncCT-W ft., n. .. bet. Spring and Onsttne. city Meek 4U3: Connecti cut Itealty Co to tilward J. Stanton.. OUMPTN 3 ft., w. a. bet. Oascunaac and Steramec. rlty block 1; Alfrft el. Koettger and wife, by trustee, to Anra Ptnaebscji CUXNECTIOtrr J3 ft.. . s.. bet. Arkan sas and Oranl. city b'ock UHi Cbmi--tlcut Kealty (.'o. 10 lYeOrrtck A. Miller ant wife nitST AVU-a ft . s. s.. tn F.ret Paik Home t-lace; t-kinker llomlt Land anil Ie-slng . tn Cbarles ll-fer. FUIUCY ill ft. n. e . east ef First, city block 12c: ft., w. a Unadway. north ef Adalaiile. city block US: Jcbn Pa.1 fluek. by trustee, to Oenerlara ti. Nt trt tr.'s d FALIe-K ft., w. a . bet. Cotug and North Market, city block Ifn-Cather-ina Ilynn to Thomas J. Walsh jte. d. FIKST AVB.-34 ft., n. a. Forest Para Horns place; Sklr.ker Road Land and leasing Co to Harriet Tonkins GBVKU U ft. In., a. a. bet. Mtamurl 1.03 3.JW m.l Jirix.n. e.ty Mvk 1JC; Hermao I.-idwls fcr.! wlf to Anna B. KlrUg Oi:itA1JINIe-3 ft. a a. being 39 e;-raM!ne. citv block A: OeralsUna Investment and Mrcaatll Co. to Bar bara J. !.oitn. ........ ......... ........ KI'-KOKY ii ft . n. . bt. Paul afltl Ninth, city block 4C: to ft . w. . ing.t.enth.' l-t laifayetts ar.J 5k-hlM rtu- bVck IKIN: Maine fchmedtr and huiban.i to Margaret Otibertz HK'KOItr J ft., n . n. w. ror iriKr.th. cliv tl.k vsr.: Marraret OI-b-rtx to SV. Iuil Church Cxterutun r.d CVy Mission Society BKHEHT-S ft., n. . west nf Parnrll. cltr bVx-J. ST7. Mary Hnmrr.el aixl bua banJ to Pntnk s;mt and wtf? Huv..VHD-1'l ft. S In., n. a. le-r lif-.adwar and Klshth. city blcvk (-'I: Joseph Mcle ant wife to Double M. Investment Cu. spl. w. d IIAlte-S ft.. r. s . tet. nilmore a&l U--arn. citv blorfc ?S0: Wm. C TYtb arJ wife M J. Al-xanJer flertersoa.... .: 3. Ms r I.: JUNIATA Zi fr.. 0. s . bet. Ilrand ar.il Tilng. c::v MorK al: tXicnecticui Real-y Oi. to Andrew Zipp. Kl-"NNKRLT S ft . a. a lt. Cora ar.d Marcus, city bVvk 2713; Alma Scamtitt to laura A. Vo'lan4.... KgNXUILT ft-, a a. west cf Mar ci.s. etty bl-k 447TB: Vagete Cay anl fcujibanl UC v. II. 0b LrCKT-:; ft., n. a. bet. Taylor an.S C.ia. city bloek 373: Prangta Ilerr ar.d husbar. I to Chas. A. Griffith List .M X LtreAS-9 ft-, a a. being S3e Loeaa city block JXl: Wra, M. warue- .t ai. to Robt. II. etorktcn-ecL w. d. U-at .. LIEHMANX 33 ft., n. a. west of Orarrf. citv block 3JM: J He-man He's and wife tt IavM V. Smith ar.d wife LOUISIANA- ft. 1S to.. a. south t-S Ofteo a. city block 3: Bemun D. Kunhna-n ar-d wife ta J"et,h Lerth.. LTNCII-4- ft., n. . Ixtng 1JII as4 Il7 LKh. city block 1: cbaa Bcthe ar.J wife t Alfocs O. Pellettn ., VeNAIR-3 ft.. a. being 27 Mc Nalr. cltr Llock 1SC2: Katharine Cik set huabani to Jobs Scherrr MAGNOLIA-4 ft. a s, bet. Ne braska and Oregon, dry block lot; Oeorge OoIkl scJ wire to Oliver T. vCe4Tle"sj1 evaeeaaaaeaaaaeaaeaeeaevaee aa 11AOSOUA-U ft. s a. bet. N bra.ka aal Ortgon. city block SO: Oliver T. Johnson to Cathf r.re GoUl 340RUAN roRD-iJ ft. 1 is., e. s. be ing na Morsan Fort, city block VK1: Charlea E. MrCrackta an4 wife to Martin J. Franc! acd wife McKEAN- ft. n. s . cut,cf Arkan aaa, city block 14M- Coenectlcot Realtv 0 to Heravaa D. Kuhlmana and wsl JS" eSeeaaavaaaaaaeeaaaaaaeaee afl.NNESOTA-M.ft. e. a. blag333t ' 4 .5a 13 1(C0 J.W 3.M ISM Xlsnesata. city mock Hue; jMrpa Kaou ail wire 10 jor.n errucg ana win . .. NORTH MARKET K ft . . a. bet . tus Taylor and Cora, cltr block J7: Kb-ncr agnr aad huisasd to Ecir-.a tJEtlKASKA 71 ft. w. . tet Ga enraie and Mtramec. city Mck rsn: Itetene a I. Luytles to Caarlea P. vr. Wieaind . e.4St NOItTH MABKET-3 ft. a a, bet. Tare-e ant Cora, city block 3719: Km. rrta Clrlooffr to GsstaTe gagiir sad Wle aaaaaeeaae aaa aaaaa e aa . a W NORTH UTAH PLACE US ft. a. a. n. - eor. Srslng cltr bloek 3sT- cto rectlctit Real-y CO. tn Aiftrew Ztpf.. Ifjf OHIO-3 ft. e s-. eatag 1S uso. eilT block 377: aticbaes vsa ta Harmaa rjrke and wife. APrJ- ft- a. a KIwgletnai. block 7- aaa aaa a a a aass w a (tneawtal aarth by usua taa 11 aan iaa a-apia SJS aad aaw sasaSatask city Denver. Aug. 1. Advices from Grand Juticllon. cok.. and Vernal. Price and Proro. Utah. Indicate that the work of registering; applicants tor homesteads tn the Lint ah Reservation U proceeding la an orderly manner. The registration opened at o'clock to-day and will con tinue for twelve days. Thousands of peo rjf. nretn I:n at the registration places, altborgh early registration affords no ad vantage to the applicants, as the Und will be distributed by a drawing, which will begin on August 17. CROWD AT taetAID H SCTieS. REfsUBUC SPECIAI- . Grand Junction, cola, Aug. 1. The first 0y registration for land In the Uintah Reservation dosed in this city at p. m,. with over I.100 registrations. The cuy ia crowded to-night with strangers parading the streets, and with the night trains from the Kaat it is ex pected that more people will register to morrow than were registered to-day. So far no trouble has been made bv the thousands who are here, and all are welt pleased with the macner in which Urand Junction cit liens are treating them. Registration began here at 9 o'clock this morning, with oa er 1.0ft) persons In line. S bald a Kendall . PORT1SJ5 tt.. e. a. city Hock S:7: Edward UubMaall ta ll.nrv Dvmlw r-and wife .'.......... 3 i-AUK-ss n.. s. a. being sic and i-UA. Page, cltr Mock alt: l-eo A. Hack- KS?fill sTorenca T. Hertzes 7.35 PENNBYLVAN1A-3S ft. e w. bet E penscbled and Catalan. Uty b.nsk 3: Osnwltta Callahan aad wife to Peter Ovtmmar and wife SO) or. ujt.i9zi rt i In . n. a. being S17 St Louie, cltr block ZT.: Ilenrr lUuth and wife to Clarence T. tsivearotl an4 wife sa SECOND-n ft In., w a. bet. Mound anj Howard, rlty block zi: VJ-ta c Rlcketla and trustee to Edward E. Paramora 1 ST. LOL'lSS n.. D. s. bet. IVbltllrr and Lambdtn. city Meek 3tt; Mlssl stppt Valley Trust Co. to Iswla Hack and wife TM SE-YEXTH-3I ft. In. w. a. bring 4U North aeventb. cltr block 1); Thomas Brawn and wife to Lungatres Dyeing aad Cleaning Co. warrant ta uneapired ntnetv-ntae year leasehold... 33.SIV ST. LOUIS-JO rt. C in., n. a. east of Union, dtv block 47: Carc!tns Braaabl to Harry U Tnusg V IH.'lIIbLEJt J ft. center line, east cf Morgan Ford icaJ; f-Mller Investment fa. toCharlee J. Hill and wife 1 SACRAMENTO-IS ft. a a. w f Csra. cltr block : Eureka Kaal. Eatata t. to Agn-s Union 1.3M SECONrt-a ft. tn.. w. s . bet. Monad and Howard, cttv Mock : Emma Renshaw et al. to E.l. E. Pararaere JQ?e '1 ... W FILER 7S ft.. s.. eat of Watson, citv block s7S: .losph Z(Jviraiek Jr and wife tn Franklin Investment Co. a"s7e ( eeaeeaeeeaaeaae eeeseeeaeava tmm Tt rrvTV-SECOXn-TT ft. in. e. a. being 3 N. TWentv-seeond. cltr blnck It: Margaretha Redleln et al . by speclsl commissioner. o Otto Kallmej er aad wife pL ro'rr.'a it M3V TATLOn-: ft w. a. bet. Kenr.erK and Cottage, etty block 371: Fr.ylerlck Schraer and wife to Edward A. fe'enroer WASHINGTON 1H ft. In. s. s.. bt. Thirteenth and Ko-irteenth. cltr block U4: W. Ovlany Reese to Majestic Reattr Co 33 333 WALNUT 3 ft., r e . bet. Ta union t and Lefflngwell. citv block 1733N: Jno. lseeeSessVsrsrssVJsrsrs Do You Like Novelty? Would yoti like to have at your calling such as would afford you a continuous novel entertainment? Would you like these entertainments to consist of whatever you might elect? You may have all of these out of The Regular $12.50 Craphophone Civen Free With a Subscription to The Republic m aaawaawaawaawaW. . EDEE .sSBsssa aawaa JaaawaBawawe aeftTi CDEf iiSCMm.E i OUR SPECIAL OFFERS y Special Aiieegisaiat srlth the ntsssTirn rbiBigisib Caw HIS OaHre Street. 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