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W.z. :WffW?S?S5Wy9Wiliiirtf S3Z&&3& ,JTOv'ar5"iiJr't 5SWaEWBra9WSM" - - . S ' - .J'iJ'V. W J j, Mjr !.t JtJifty ra- EIGHTEEN MORE . nCTIM8 OF DR. WITZ -. i A ttoraqr EBfiged to Pirawcate jfackMarriei Vu Believe. I' Fniritiw Hi titmm. n J. THYWfi TO MEMTir " II6MIY SYNDICATE. w York Qfleera Beliere Bet of , Jlen HaveBaade Tofetker to Hake'Dapes ef Womea. i:i:pui;ijcsiecAI-. k S-vr Tor. Amgr SHKisWeen women. mst of -;h3a 'aserttaic tiiat they bad :i-cn raamt-J.tohe'.tnucti-souBiit-for Doc it Gwjrite A. WltrJiofC under one of hta ::liatei. uere heard front toiay by Bcn J..r.ilri Frsnklln. ftttumy iu chief to sever ?.' women ho bePeve Oitraeclves vlctlma. .So f.ir. .about slaty women pUinvl Uitm-k-1v--j in '-oinmunlcittio'i with Mr. Frank Hit unij our of that number be think poa ihy tbirtj-tlve or forty lesitbaate coa liiaiata can Ije drawn. - MAY BE IX GEBMANV. Ir.trrestlng anon; the letter.; la tkat nrlttn by Sirs. O'-nrsc G. Gill of No. .Wi ijUce. Cambriice. Mm. Mrs. GIU ad'Jr-e- lit. Krj"nl:lin aa follows: "I hate rtoognlzel the pictures printed In the nrTvspapers of Doctor Wltxhoff as l-i:i tin- lurae dt-' that of Doctor Juster .f li.rlln. rmany. While I was lhrliut in l rlln 1 met D:tor Juster frequently. -i.il I m ure In- Is the rame man. He 2:al tu Hv from "rniany to escape ar-t-i tor crerai ci p. xmonicthem bftne Msaniv. as hf ant..vl four women there. If I can 1)0 f any .-iMristance to you I will b- ti;' KlaI." lr Prcinlcl n. after reaiin( the letter :ri-i Mre. 'IIII. hJi-1- "llii '3ii.mun'MtI..n jsultantiates a !.!! i n'llcli I w.i laliorir.R under for oiiio time, vrtien i!covertl that thia irnu lri'l flwl. I ihinl: now that he baa ta!;cti a "teams')!;' abroad, and may be found in Crraany. If iO"ll,lo. I Khali con dur an Uiveatlearon alone those lines." VnotinT new devt'lt'Mnent of th" day h Ji- .t'.w-ixraBit! it the name of Betsy Scl) n -tVi She I." tb KoJ lJar-.k. X. J., woman men tlonvd l."f-;re. but utinanv-J. In connec tion with tin- WltzhoIT investigation. It be tns. alles 1 that t-lw was not onl- roblied f i" liut that th- tilamonO .-arrinirw w re 'i.rn truin her ar by the man who de- :'Ttctl lier. i;irjMT SYXDIOATE. 4 -j:t"iii'Kj lin. l"cn ;xly?amous ac i .in - on the liii.t Side that thi dc-i- ivf .iri Irylr. to u:-anh the ?up 1 .-.l .-xiMence of :i "blKiny -yndlcat" I - ti-Ktiniony Kivtr. befon- to-i:'- had i. jt.l .i ttronT irtiiin-i'ion that m-n had ban f-l for the pt:r:i of robbinr; women m . j-i.ifKf-l tb't:i to ! wlv. and i,m.' Hum- Ilms :h detectives are now Morltlnt, lictor Wltxhoff. or W.-ithoff, ..i i.uny otnT nam's, is prominently men- , Vione,! in this cjnrns-tlon. ON THE EVE OF A GREAT BATTLE BETWEEN LINEVITCH AND OYAMA." w it Jvtersburx. AK- 2S. The fSrlet to-day says. "The Japanese ooadl- tlon.i ir peace would only le acceptable if a Japanese fleet waa threatenlna; d St I'eterxbura; and a Japanese army was occupying; Moscow. Ku.-.jia will d not bow to the Japanese ynk to fulfill President Roosevelt's desire to ciiaranl-j the American creditors of Japan and to cover himself with d w ;;lory as a peacemaker. "Japiti ndin; peace, seeks it throURb the Intermediary f her friend. d w r-s:iet)t Roosevelt, and makes exorbitant demands while the President la jtrlvirisT Indirectly to exact the consent otiRussia. d "After Ionic and fruitless negotiations it would seem that we are en the O ove of what Russia, has Ions: desired a great battle between General 4) w l.invltc and Field Marshal Oyama." d PARENTS SMALL lirM-alonts of Conple Who Ta?ft Si Months Old Ifciliy -itl Six-Vi-nrOld ISoj- in Alteiur Hotel i Mtfterj. lrij Auc. . B1diH.ce as to tho t.l-ntlt of Mr. aiKi Mr. John W. T:oRer who wrTit out of the Hotel Ten Ilyck her 1'ii.ijj iiiRht lea ins their two little - a Ktby of month, and the oiIkt e.irH oTd-in the care of a chamber maid is -!aitll- accumulative, bur tlulr l. r. jlx)u:s u ad much a nijhtery as The l-lief tlsat the RoKrtw ent to NVw "J oik Tburslay and w.itb-! on the Cam n.m'. for Itujoj-" a d'xpwtd of this iri !!,.,) h. rlnln II lv. a ram llp ,i:t.nt with nltont thry fM'l had Nome corr srotidtrice about tool.l!!R ;n-rj-i teliuraiihed that nobndv ar.-ennR tt their description hd aallcl on tho imtiinf.i, or an of the other liners that , Ti-t-t on s.tturd ij Hie polite r now wnrklnc on a theory hat i:oe:-s unl his tfe ar- ytill It Al lAiiy r near at hand. Thrro is noth Ins to show wh thcr should wbh to iKirttlon their children deltberatelv. dri the ititr.in. lettern found In -their rooms at the hotel and the tatiavlor of the oldest "e l!rel lenionatrate that iu Ut this thn" the children were tenderly cured for. n or thene letters. evWiently cherlhel v Mr tloccr written fcr the ehlld to hi" motlwr by eome pmn prr on In It Ue-.i jmd -loails of Irt'ies'." To-drfT then one rf it.e k nifnthettc rn'rk-jrni t the hotel m anted to kls. K-.-d. lie dUn-1. "I ur V!s anjtvdy tn.t my tn.inima." he xidahird. nythlnR of vUue can be told qui:k'y tiirougti It'iuthllc Want Ad.. THREE PUYGROUNDS CLOSE FOR THE YEAR. rutrtatlr aaa Kabillaa ml hlld laalaalry WarU Teraalaa- ! f . With rx'rictlc eeic ar.J cxhlbltiorj of eh'.IJ Industry three of th St. lxul r'aRroun.I cIcjkn! for th-s jear e;rrdar Th srounJs to Cbefve; t!w c!oltiC e CTx'isca crv the Shield at Kevee.ttj and tAr- teet. ifc- lji.-!.-Je at sftxth nrnl IV; fctr stre! and the Ium..at Kour t -ath and Iaica aveiae. KnthtiAtvn JlnJayd by the ci!Mrn of tl.- lutras pUyjTo'JnJ ' peclatly r'it,-bk it U oae ef the t'sro chlidfeR s play nioytK ati th.y d'.vlAed a ytrtt In tfcir strsintf athi prk that was tasn p b tbv Ir etrfe-s and belt I to make the. cl tS5 a auccest. In tre cum? or artch of. tht p.aj crcurI t-.e clons i Btteud-d by unuuaUy 1 -: crowd for ueh -n evsaiU The Kalthia xork.-of the youusstcrs of the -.n 5-ectlotrt wa..clTr f ehlWrrn and tp-.ny of !hv -lc were carried away a Tt-I4j. tb i.thera seetlan cf the a 3C ticn will cbs-rve the i-Jjctas of the Kt.iatRb- for lh; tt. .7"TVa::'. fc-- ciwed t-ar!are tlie Hamboldt. Third "'-vet and ItAncse'l avenue." the Pettalotxi i-t Kcxin'b acd Sbwrr streets and th At-t-jck?. jvecro. Ebehth aad Barry strrets. ckmic ' to : the aroands yrater tay were Mr. E. A XX Wolf. preldrst tf the T-.SMrrn's riarrroonds Aocto rtjn: Mrs. K.rt Noran- Mr. Chrle 1 S'd-Jr Mrs.- IIer WoUfcep. Mrs. Ht ie i-vy. itrs. DwUb: Trwdway. Mrs. Krrjv'. Mr.Mrt B. Hia an? Mrs. A. 1m . tsat,pajawla aaa MM r afaab aaaaaaa -sae a & -frta K ! 5 asd'lece.ts a wflaaATaa t ,-JI aati Trka ai.Caa rtWmsa. .' YwM-sa iO aVrtw ax ta ABANDON CHILDREN -p-ivevrwa ai- - - r-V aiaru a4 -V 1 baaU a mj ts. aar-tteres Sdat WOMEN HtWs J TSTTA nXXDAJjTj-UElUBm. Deserted bride cf Doctor Wltzhoff. She la supposed to be the latest f bis hundred-odd coniuests. Meanwhile the police and detectives on the Atlantic Seaboard are co-opcratlns with th- Nw York authorities in tho conduct of an Investigation Into the opera tions of the M-called "blRamy aytillcate. A cl"W that is now being caretully worked upon by the MIice is the search ing of real estate transfer records in New York and ehsewnrre tor tracer of realty trancton manipulated by the syndi cate ramtiers under th hoste of r.ames ued by them in their marriage contracts with the women thtv duped, and develop-ment-j .itor.r; tlwj'o lines are espected be fore Ion. MINERS PREDICT UNIVERSAL STRIKE Declare That Antbr-ieite and Soft-Oxi! Uuion Will r4Mper ate in StmjrRle in l!KHi IUtii Sides Xow l'reparinj'. r.nrriiur fpbctal. Philadelrhla. Pa. Vur 5. In spite of President Georcc K. Baer's rmpbati: statement that there will be no strike in April. 1. wh n the present asrecment ! Between tiie .intnra;lte operators and tno I'mted Mine Workers exr-ircs. the action of the Heading mid other cnal -carry hir . roads tn ivnu tv.iMa durms tne last few month- Indicates the pto-ite. Tin Ileadinc and the IVnnajIvania. et peclitllv the former, hue N-en laymR up unusual q'laiitltics of coal A hiRh otfl cial cf the Kcadms Cotl and lion Com pany recently declared that by ncM April the company would hae on h.tnd a upply of anthra. i:e uf5cif!it for one jear. Should President Mitch II. therefore, re main ilrm In his unpotineeil intention of proentinc the miners ultimatum to Ber at the ooi:cIuia:i of the agreement now tn force the rik" will surclv- follow. Should lliir and the operators agree to tne.-t Mitchell, tl e litter's demands are certain to Is- refnej atal the anthracite region will a-.ilti lie the scene of a tnonjt.r strike. Th torinc uti of coal ty or" rators how that they will 1 mor j prtparei tor a crii in r. ii.an xncy were in l"ft. and the miners chances of pro- j ductnc n crlrpllni; ful fatrjnc will ue dlmlnlt.el nrcordin-ri. Tho miners onV-t tins, however, by de clarinc tliat as tli .oft coat a4treene-as where i-h bale lxen mad', will evplro slmu!tanou!v -alth th life of the an thracite ytrlke ctimmlsrton's dveliion. the 1 nlted Mine Worker, -ahlch has -juri llctlon in both the hard and soft coal fletds. will inaugurate a universal strike. They t-oint out tliat the operators' re-MTV-f"" canrot Ia.st indefinitely, and rhould they l: able to maintain tattr ranks nn breken. ther? would come a paralJTtatlon of the lndury tii rough the IntiMlity to secure fuel, when tho operator suppdea are ehauteI. BARNETTS IGNOREO WARO OF COURTHOUSE SUPERVISION. klraa reblteei ba Were t ? la t'aaapetltlow atrsrle tbe Caw- trart Caalrary ta.faataw. r.r:rcniJC f pbcx i- Chlcnro. Aus. 5s. Firsal .award nard tii !rterr.cn bv the CVtunfv OecitaHstt-Sa. r by --a&'cji HulaNM . Roche. lneJ Chieago arcbitects. were c"scen to turer- j -.-tj-e the er-etlonif the.CourtVjonae. Tfce.s. mm .. -., -. .ITh . Wr( . aeetuto Bamett. Hayn- Uamett oit. lJu!..and grcn. sS-Trte B si.r;res-'ri tisuy when they were ctt .Cajn. t!tr aim golne.to th! authors of -the Jela which got second priz! 'tr. T.Pnf neit sail: lf it t the intentKin af Ike rchit.-cts to raike a hot ttJt In thtsi matter. 1 ball b- preparcl to a?Ft somo tr.forsutlon In U:trvKws tha, .wfj1-'way MimelhifiK - " -Ore-bit cf und-rhaai.profea-toraZRgat-tna dveIot-d. in Chiczsj yesterday -soon after my arma! fron. m. Usui. and was traJe'knoWn to m- us the aruraaan' iir V tRirne;t of the nrm Of BT- i.r.ett. Haynes .Bamett of S". leiu afcl last racht taat the 3nrd for Ocagn nsuallr carried wlth'-U the tupervirfTig of tk b8tk!lnr. , . . . . Whe-a' ttc dcsler. ware asbtnittrd .nata , t-rsj were tUcbe,L.io thim and taeawari was rcid by na-nbev. 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X. .an XOV. nHfS . -..-" - s warn .-- r- -.. - . a . .-. lwaBmfll III mill BHf-MU a. a-- V -5 mjmmm.1. Barman- iHMiaHB . a p- a 1MEM0I nree Other of Ijre4 Expected to' Die at IhuivUle, nt, a Re mit of Barstiag of Large fiteaaiPipe. wamrbua special. Danville. nL. Anc S. Two men aava ea of injttriM received in taw cap f a steam ntne at the nlaat ef -taa ! Oas. Electric Llatae- Heatsac compaay aere toar. uraa earn are m tattr ialured aed three axn saMaaabr hast. William Thcrntoa and BT COtwaR die4 at M to-nlabt. Philip RlcMrda aad Z. 2- Bwaiea win ne oetora- aaaaaw; a A NfcwM iaaaM to bs sJowlr aaakhsi A. A. TuttlTmnd Thntss aait Tf Faagtlu were the other three who were to jcrei. and It la beUered that they will wilie. n The eiaht aaea were will lag as top f a battery at eleven boUera aa4 wera en- ajaata in oocnecanc anotner nouer with the "head pipe. Into which the ateaan fraea the Mitirm aet of liiilliia wan and la bald oatU drataed lata the beatitax bailer fa held at abeat IS TMMinaVi preaanre. raaUng a total of almost J.4M pounds on the pipe. Just aa the crew of eight afae ttttara were bent over the valve. Into which waa being fitted the Mat of pipe, the large pipe turn and all wore burled back of the boilers and against the wall of- the The flesh was bumaj off the faces and the tapper portions of the bodies of the tnt two. and Richard's eyes were burned so that he cannot see. COWLES AT COLUMBIA; GRACE VAN STUOOIFOfH) ATTTTYTOLEAMALPS. Of coarse you ltave beard Eugene Cowiex sing "Forgotten." but whether you have or not you will enjy bis .tentorian rendition of its fine melodc at the Col nnibla TTnough lie haug two new Rejec tions last night. "Forgotten" and "Annie lasnrle" were th numbers that aroused enthusiasm from parquctt to gallery. It fa certainly old-fashioned to sing these favorites as well as docs the slant Mr. Cowle.s. Cllvette. magician, preceded the basso in a programme or magic, palming and shadow picture making. . Clivette la an alert and tireless worker who comssetea bis Illusions long before you have time' to speculate aa to how they are perforated. W:th his two bands and a few simple "proprt" be creates shadow characters that act oat little comedies on a white screen. There was tne tippler, who came nome.in the early morning to be stormily greeted by bis wife: the Cshrrman, whose catch overturned his boat: the oM maid, before her looking-glass, and a lot of other svr prisuu;ly complete pumonumes. Tho Three Nevaeo. one of whom, la a lithe, graceful girl, arc clever athletic equilibrists. Marcus and Garteile don roller skates and proceed to slide about on their ears for fifteen minutes. They Mraighten ut and begin the best part of their act Just as you begin to wonder If they are really going to lire through It all. Both are capital skaters. They close by executing a fancy clog Uince. Thoie who come early are Royer and French, a ringing acd dancing couple: Iveonard and Bernard, the juggler and tne bell hop: Raymond Zel.-banjobt; Captain Bloom, with demonstrations of wireless telegr.tphv: Aurie Dagwell. vocalist, and J. C. Nugent and company isr-'The Round er." Grace Van Studdifonl began her second engagement at the Alps last night, and proved that her drawing powers were aa great as before. A large. Monday night audience greeted her. For her first num ber she choe the waltz song from "Romeo and Juliet," to which she King as an en torc "The Garden of Dream.." fnrm "Red Teather." De Koven's "Can I For BtT" was her ccon-l concert selection, and "The Suwanee River" tfce encore to thai. , ;, has th.- building pf Ws own ppofrauim. and la-t night' was well t-prlnbJed rwh music ne iiaes . u bmwh "" .. tho to Vienna walta kinga: MIHockcr. one eb... . aet-ak.fi-Mt - anfTtli AtTatTaaL Ut l.t- Ml,l " navcvwo wa - ..- m writer?, and Flotow and Biaet. were- rep- roaentea in nn programm-i. oui" m... rv.itw.a tr stitrlr had tn ralav bv n-quet-t to please those 'who heard his In terpretation of tho queen of waltzes ?un dav night. The gem of to-night's concert is sei;ti0ns from "Die l;1edsnnau." by ilii In the dlreetlnaT of Which Mr. Sturk "will fairly rercl. "Wiener Buer ger, one ot tr.e most piraxu ui ..t nr's -a!tzes. nd a fiery mazurka by Strau". "Arm !n Arm." ar new here. The grand match from "Aida," pven with Surk's own Interpretation, will be among inc. enjuvaoie i:fit37tt.a. Gaorco W Floid. the new manager f the Garrick Theater, whose associate. Richard tspamer. was appointed some time aeo. I.a.s arrived, ami i now orerhauling tj house, with a view to getting it into j-liapo for The Filibuster" next weak. Mr. Flod is a theatrical man of long and aried experience. Having in ms iimc. ui- recte-l ome of tho biggest attractions on i. . . .a ft., ff.nia-si.iv tAiuhei of -raiusva- tioii are 'being Pt on the Chestnut street playhouse by a small army of cleaners. althouan a survey wi "ii i .... them little the worse for wear after the fln-t season. .t . .a ft...- iVmA m mrstsrv act. Is t'.ie'iilg'number'on the current Mannlon Park bill. The oiner acis i.-uiiiiui: -riety Hiid amuvement. -THE niOOIOAL SONw IS PRODUCEO AT WASHINGTON. KKPUI'UC bPOCI AU Washington. Aug. IS.-Tbe "P?dJ Son." nnother Hall Cain nlaj". based upon a Hall Cuine novel, which nniis- its stern theme in the severe life of Iceland, had its firtt presentment to-night at the Na tional INater in Washington. Mag nltlcnt In its settings, replete in action that carrle the profusion of dramatic moment )mot to the point of confusion. lnterpretei hy Kdward Morgan and a no tably -nroug upportlng csimpany. thia play take a. Hoce with "The Christian and "The Eternal City" as a success. The plav deals wl'h two brothers and two s4ter. The or.e brother, a giant In stMture and ciiresi)ndlngly atrong in moral fibre, .-.crirlees. first, hia lova for tie rider sister, giving her to his. brothr. and then lie sacrifices Ms fortune to cover up the forgeries of this brother. "'" mns with suth contrasts of crime and moral fiber, sacrifices, first, his love for lone the mnzs of a complex story, eacn ruoRrttsUe itep of which Is marked or snether such tecs situation. Edward Morgan Is the se!f-acrln-ing elder broth er. Maioiu: Aubrey Boutlcault. the prodl sul. the hrilhant. - cohacicnce.eas boy whee mis-Ieetis bring ft much grief to h.r. who love htm and' wlwserrepentar.ee l 4. bitter: Ml Clwitlottc Wglker is tf.e loMng wife whose M JmjjTteto.1 be-cau-e of the proJIgal's dtapnWmand un faithfuhiess. and Drlna De"olfe I the beautiful ami wayward tentptraH" and sis ter. :ns Marie WalnwrMht br """T- .uruul Aunt MaTgreu-who ggurrs in the tirt two acts. Q)NAMAYREOPtDM.Y,S . WITH AN ENGLISH PUY. New York. Aug. -.-baly' TlvMer waa .ror-r.ed to-night wttJi ..BJna MaTetg -Tho Catch of the S-ison. Thp' prndtectlon. which is under the roaMsysatag aCirle) .Fronman. U on a Urge lfct"ft9snr lnctuiirg. l.Ue the prtacfeaaW bcr of Uegli.h ao.1 TrVench djlaf.-. , T-.es oat-., of tha ?;iKcSJ., 5-rlld as a musical ciour H-'ck. nsd Cb-tr0X-asJJgr ' has bad a run of more tha-TslCt in Rooer: IWeson atuthe JW-aW r nigbt reUd -rJtrong HatW Uca he made a tccccbb Uatanr... - At th- New VorkMtawM- gave the. Srst New Torfrtpalrfasaaaace o tni ..m.. . .i . WALLACE CONSNpCJO t FOR Rtrumor-1, Vav Ang- akT-Xm" authority estirelr. raakiaH-lt ht-atated .'tbat Ttctcas F Kyja. 'wake Join FlrnJlay Wa' -ahaSafed to C p.sttent of tfaasEitfaJremest 4M Seabiaud Air line of Treailent J. H. uarr. wisat caamci aith tbe roJ expire May J. Is. Jr. Walice bcatne conrjecte.1 with the btg eoccra of Gorse Wtlng!oBe soon aft er t.aae-:ng fct rraignatluo a chief en gineer of the Panama Canal, and Weating noaae is doe- o Thomaa'F. Ryan, and la said to be boUisg on to Mr. WaSao until ti Seaboard pmHency n avallaWe for ; IF YtXTO SEE -- -;-ara'"-l. t '-'. . ,'VriW" 7i: "aMBBaSBaaaTpCaSPsHBKSama aaVaa &S . "T - .Baaawwwmy atamtaa fjTjPHBI KiF .OF ' I aaVBaBjbawaaBsw"'1 aaaaaJslkhtBaC mit asWTaT laatJramamawVaV : ' " " afBBWfBaMsaTaP'"v taaahvmaBjaa .r-- aavwaawawaa s COURSE OF MONK'S gUADOW AC08r TBK VXITKD STATES AND CAXADA- JSmJmii tVtoSi SSSSLSJ w'-aialaTMHPgya n- .! ..a, aaswial soe the wsatfffsl. J-wwr-w,'-fy-tgl,yw;IT"g ' taaai tbo. -tseamTs whtcb mate a, acsCSis.c rt-wit- .aTTaQe the tcttssa mtSZ IMrtlon of the nim Mhsi smim TBe.m- tenoaslloal V.a)C mfMi bttwaan that taSBlanrcaJtgxt whtch-aowsBaar rniKsl si'sTpsawlll be lacUng frtSaftbo'St. Imm vlewpomt. -bat for mare tbatt'on-mmr a ponton ocxne sun's light will be cat off and. at tho periad of greatest obscuration one-quarter of its'sarfaee win bo hidden. To-morrow mcrning the sun wtn rise In St. Louis at iM trclock. When It ap pears there wlH bo a dlsbed-out boDow in it upper left-hand corner. . This wul grow larger until SA when one-fourth of the sun's surfaae w naw been .cutofT. From this time tlw moon will s!owly with draw from IU otetiractlnj : position i untu. at the tast traco of shadow' win dte appear and the ecUpse wUl b- over Observers on the eastern coast of the J 4 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a : GERM OF YELLOW FEVER PROBABLY : DISCOVERED BY NEW ORLEANS EXPERT RKPTBUC HPECI AI- New 'Orleans. la.. Aug-. 2S. Doctor Jokn Arcblnard. who baa worked day and night at the Emergency Hospital. Is of tho opinion that the yel low fever germ lias flnollr be?n discovered by him after scientists have been puzzled by it for years. He has discovered a substance in the Mood of yellow fever patients at the hospital which very closely rasemblea that or tbe malaria, germ, which was discovered a few years ago. Several of the moat eminent scientists In the Sonth are assisting- la this Investigation, and If It really proves to bo true that tho germ has been found, tho cure of yellow fever will b easy, an the disease will have lost alt Its terrors, as. with the sens to work on. It will be a com paratively easy matter to discover an antitoxin which will kill tho germ in lt.i .nciplency. ...... The educational campaign la stHI being carried on with all the rorco possible, and it Is expected that before It la closed every resident win am De m oeiieverin hid it.. CEORGE GOULD IS DUE IN NEW-YORK a Expected to Make Iateresting As liertibas'WIta. Regard to Vari- on Bailroad MaaeHTers Tan gle in Lake Erie Road's Affairs. New Tork. Aug. JL-George J. Gould. J president of the Missouri Padric and act ng president of the Wabash, is expected to arrive here to-morrow alard the Kal ser Wllhelm er Grosse. His advent hailed with considerate interest by Wall street financiers, who are anxious to sec what action bo may take in straighten ing out the financial perplexities of tho Wheeling and Iatke Erie road. In Wall street during tbe last four months the query- "What Is the matter with Wheeling nnd laike KrleT' has been heard with frequency. Four or Ave abortive attempts wet mad to float bond and note issues and were aa frequently withdrawn. The fol lowing summary m presented of Wheeling and Cake Brie flnancea. beginning with the famous Wabash note Issue, which singularly enough, were floated on April 1, and ended in a flaeco: April. 1 To finance Wbeeiing and latke Erie lmpraveaaenU. SPXfM, Wabaslt flve year 4j per cent roM notes were sold to William A. Read Co. 4dGeprg P. Butler Co. Notes arc distributed among leading note brokers and banklng-hoasesj and transaction Is .regarded as ciosed. ' April r-Stockholdeni refuse to ratify Wabash note Issue, and it Is withdrawn. April S-Waba!i aliisjrtora rtcole to substitute for Pviousissue V.mim V, per cent gold not- of Wheeling and take ErleTMscured by Wheeling ana Lake Eric "lUv 4-Joscph Ramsey Jr president of the Wabash, resigns presidency of the Wheeling and Lake Uric. May ' as-Stockhouler rtJP&VSLJZi Lake Erie autbotis.: lssuewof .' tuiyeaVper-cent gold bonds, of which tlVcuaD are Intended as collateral for K.m gold notes. Mav srrederlck K. Delano l". rtectcl presMent of Wheeling and latke Erie. M.eat Whedlng and 1'' iSj sell .. nfty-year tEf'?1 &? bonds to banking flrm of jfeMj f Julys. Announcnieiii in in-- . - sale oMhelPXt.sB bonds to Kleybolf rioWdf Tr-JeyUte Ckj. tjla; vestlgatlon and asserted that serious ts- 'aSZS ll-For the purpose of financing iiL-tlJnw and Lake ,Erle imnrovement 0.s four-year jMtar-eent goW bond, of the vvneeiing mr.a ian - Aug'ust'S stockboWers of WrioeUng and Laic? Brie are asked to annul their ac- 2 ?' yailSS Slt?.ro tberef.rr. to suthorise the Issue of n. M gold lK.nds at a meeting or. Septem- T 1 . ........ W..HM .aaa fianassa tn BO rapio oc un .-i- v'- 7;-; --; fleancial circles during a short period of tour nonins. inai mo-.f. ..." -... .. able to keep track of them or to gain a a. ik-la a-aer a..l ntlrTTaraaaa out of t! miilUttjiUBOO'" r-aipUnatlon. that . . a .. a. aAnnii'! .. KamOn nmr is-cn BiBaV'ir iw M--ja ge .-. u. . WLmOmmr TleH city. A Uiff n of out-of-town railroad T R 0 8 L A T P I F Our Great Sale of Wobdenware Continues. . sNote Honsekeepera 4 foat slw. aw...-. ""!" I asLjruUiqljLJXnjXn-m-l BaaaTaaaaaafaflBasTi aaJsaa ! aBstaTiBBjBlBjV e eepaeaaeewa ' saV Mesas llsfaV aeaaei(at e e aTaaaaaaa -. JmJ0 fvBBani. Ma "J"2- 10c lAHtaaP-CAWtaml I I sasaTssV flBHEeBeaP , - - " flafha-faSaaaa af"aaTaSaTaBTaBaShaBTeawatt aaamV rf '- - wmmw mi THE SUN'S ECtrPSE cagtssai total,a -Tbal litll ail li In be C ra"j WlntjsjisfHtsw aontkern part say.. ana; tsaaaar ar thelaiaradar l sola, wmch R Icarea about MP ato north tnVthe tiitsf entrance to taaWTstratt of BeUe hk Froea tbat potet .'aW. "belt" Lroaaia tb Atlantic Ocean. gjiH"a no laBd.tiTl. it reachea the BxirjFCsaag of Spain, .croasn tbat country. fertrmttes taorth of Madrid. It then crosses tbe a EM. v Itnl tea and Aral at sunset, where tbe south coast of that country meets the Arabian Seauafler bar ing passed over Mecca. the,boly city of th? Mohammedaas. The dark hud of shadow averages nearly ! mSes ta widtn. ha. MfMlai a4tuTrsktaw alb4 ttlJa lLl7lslaJmT. Vatr!? I pendlcular to its axis, at the point where It meets tne eanu. oeing asraia. mu. The shadow passes over about ITS degrees of longitude In nearly two hours and flfty flve minutes, the longest time occupied In nsssing over any one point being three minutes and forty-aye seconds, the maxi mum toint being in tsuropc. a a a a a a a a a . a S otncials visited St. Louie yesterday. Among them were: J. D. McNamara. Southwest ern passenger agent for tbe Burlington at Kansas City: J. I. Belnach. general agent for tbe St. Louis and San Franclaco at Fort 3roith. Ark., and W. G. Knlttle. gen eral agent for the Big Four at Dallas. Tex. INOHRYISOHrOOCTEO INWNETCENUUiUAGES. Asaerleasi mr Tame ' Am With at A peace conference dosed yesterday In the main office of the American Car and 1 Foundry Company in St. Louis. It had tia.Ti nn Cnf Kj.eat itan. anil au enfl- T ducted in nineteen different languages. . Some time ago tbe company learned, in directly, that at their works at Madison. IU.. a system of extortion was being prac ticed. The car shops are a good-sized plant, hating l.TW employes, and a quiet Investigation was set on foot. It was com pleted jesterday. and resulted tn the dis charge of two foremen and an assistant foreman. Superintendent Julius Keller returned vesterdav from his vacation at Grand Haven. Mich., and. learning of what bad transpired, examined into tbe case and ap proved what had been done. -I found." lie raid last night, "that the trouble was not In tbe works aa a whole, but in the targe force which to putting up a new steel plant In connection Willi the works. Tho laborers are nearly all forclgcera and unused to things here, and aoino of the men In authority took advantage of their Ignorance, exacting JC from each man put to work, aadabout 3 per cent of his monthly wage. The fnen have been discharged aed no further trouble Is anticipated. ..... Tim examination conducted by the management was amusing. We found tbat the employes spoke nineteen distinct lan guage!', and It was necenwry to have in terpreters to take their evidence. We ex plained to them that their wage belonged only to them, and they have returned to work, entirely sMtlanVd."' , K. V. Srlleck was fined StO In the Dayton Street Police Court yesterday on a charge if disturbing the peace of his wife. Hazel l- Selleck. of No. 4S Cook avenue, and her uncle. C. Ls Langdeau. Selleck ap pealed the case to the Court of, Criminal Correction. Selleck and ht wlf" are sep arated, and she Is suetng for divorce. The trouble occurred while he was trying to see their .5-year-old daughter. Selleck de nied that be used Improper language, as charged. Republic Want Ads bring reealta. .LoDsaa. Aug. Aimet: tgmastOBa. from tvwer. Aag. Arrbrel: Kiwi in, from "Sovtil. Aug. 9L Antrea: tsjiin.aits. from Gaagow. Aeg. z.-Arrtvel rftroudlaa. Jfw i-Ilenci. Aag. 3. Sallad: Nant AtrerUca. Near Tofk ' York. Aaa. 3. Steamer Mlaaeaarlta. Xjncirn t"r Srm York. In ccmnnmlcatlon ST nirelers telegrapti mtta Kaacenseaf. : p. m.. trtll dock at a. m. TuesTiay. e.ertvaira- Ana. 7 Arrived: 11 vr v..k tIi fivinrjtit!3- fcr ltremen and nr nlsl stalled Ausuat rt: Bremen, from )renn. New Tork 7not rrevtorilr. . " Oitraltir. Aisr S. Arrived: Prtnies Irane. N.ir York for Nafl's and :noa. anl pra ceejlFd. Uremtn. A-jg. It Arrived: Bartartssa. New Ynrk. Ilanburc. Ao t. ArrSvad: TMaaria. Jfaw York. rtth. Stoltke. Nw Yerk via Ilymoa'a and t:trtKirs "ater not rrrtn.lyi. IvmUane. An, r:. Hailed: PatrlcltB. frora llamtti.-ar. Nw Vcrk. .... New York. Aog. " Arrived: Flsland. Ant werp. Hottertam. K"tter.lm and Boulegna; Panalan. fSlaarow: Koecla Albert. Genoa and Naples; ArtoCs. Ulag?r. -Ik vaaaa aaaa 1 -. a --i a. m -a-sTL-. aW IflBftWKsTw mm , m fcy 4 w vho bny sow kct witk witdoai better values trill not be to. 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Bml 11 aaSafB :.L--J:, Bsi about . jsawassaa awamv aa.awaaaw- rssm fa mr ataJB.S4WP9MawatlBIaBBTflBVMB IBB I sasr 2sssSatir foe pur I J Thirty Years rWMSTlBtt saaaaaaaHiHHBHBaiiHaaSBaaW7 iimim Tninr ! IS AWAKENING Finakcial aad Bfjsiaess IastiU tioas Experieaciag Preparatorj Rash EBterpriaes of Develop meatal Character. Banks and trust companies report a de cidedly brisk movement with their regu lar business. Although no extraordinary negotiations have taken definite form an yet. there arc signs that new plans and projects will be advanced next month at tbe conclusion of tbe restive summer sea son. Financiers expect St. Loujs to be even more conspicuous than in former years in large enterprises. The demand for money Ls strong and In terest denotes a tendency to rise. A small increase in the rate baa become ef fective lu a few Institutions, while in otn ers only the symptoms of an ultimately higher rate are noted. The reason that the anticipated Increase in the Interest rate has not become gen eral Is that the current into tne banks and treat companies maintains a level with tn outflow. But tbe slight rise In tbe -rates en loans points to special re ejuirements. and -for thLs reason a some what higher-rate will probably become normal. Present activity Ls routine In nature, being Introductory to the wide and steady business of autumn. All financial Institu tions axe very busy, yet ihelr work In clude onlv ordinary transaction. The prospects for the autumn are determined to be much better titan usual, because of the but crops and the ambitious mani festations of commerce and industry Both wholesale and retail concerns are making targe contracts anil sales, and factories are receiving substantial orders. Among the best indications for a volumi nous trade are the preparations of tbe railroads for enormous traffic. Several plans of Importance) are mate rializing, but negotiations have not pro ceeded far enough to admit of mentioning them. 8t. Louis is taking 3 more active and a more prominent nnrt in developing the South, and the Southwest, and Invest ments and assistance to this purpose may be announced at aa early date. Finan ciers look for a season of great prosperity. DISCREDITS REPORTS OF HUSBANCTS DEATH. Set aVe- Keceattr. saytaer Pie FMr Yeenre Aap. Mrs. Christina Bristow rays she believes that her husband. William Bristow. for merlr of Alton, was murdered shortly af ter he left Alton, four years ago. It was' reported that the man had re cently lost hh life in Oklahoma, but Ills wife says she has positive Information that be. was killed at Kansas Cltv by robbers, although she has no details of tbe alleged murder. She states that the Bristow killed In Oklahoma was not her husband. Bristow was a stonemason and a union 'labor organiser and was well known on the East Side. Mrs. Bristow Uvea m Alton. BUS 1 YEARS OLB MAT MC Flyaai fsaye He Physicians say that Andrew Flynn. who says he rt MO years old. and who was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital. Alton. Sun day, suffering from the effects of bums received in the Wann oil explosion twelve, jeers ago. has blood poisoning and probably will die. Tho man says he eras wel. to do at one time, but tost hia money and became a cook. He says he worked for John Scul lin of St. Louis as cook for the construc tion nnc of the Texas-Pacific Railroad and was a camp cook in Texas twenty-five years. At tne time n was burned ne was cook for the gang building the Ueih--fontalne Bridge across the Missouri. According to Flynn. he was born in Cin cinnati. O.. February 22. 1M2. and for years eonducted'the finest saloon in that cttr. He alo did a bonding business. In which, he claims, he lost t'V when the fl!I War broke out. Hi; has three (laugh ters and one son living in ijineinnaii. tiis wife died forty-two ears ago. Since the accident Flynn has bred most of the time In St. Charles. Mo. M BellesIHe Resident Meev William Spies, for flftv-one years a res ident of IVIlevlIk-. died last Right. Iav tng a wife, three aons and a daughte'. Mr. Spies was born in Germany ir. 13: The fontra! will be held to-morrow from St. Paufs Church In Belleville. fates! aaeaTeao CtspBmu anara i. a ana ieer worth 5e. Mc ud I1.S mrnm aaa. - - ea LTniCal aUPKCTS I For School Children, worth up I to Sec each. I BOW. ,wW I worth 3oe. 49e aa4 4 5c. aew - - . . .. . . - - - .-fcte g jrN.-c-Jy wgJjj- . rd 9 IkEsearh & 4B I " .-J .. - Qb mi ttiXSSi'- ft tfS I rileweer .m' I sriwwstataatlae I M JBr Hmitt e!w 1 BW fi I FREE I & I To the tea mmwtm who earn I! fjfgthe htat rewenwhys I leflTekjAtwt I I aaaj,eia-eayres1dsbe. Ij I s-aapleaZu Al'lll iawt De- H Misssht. sTaal Tsiiphasie Ca W I eFliamBgrl.Oaisw 9t, SC B HICKS - Im CAPUDINE atSaYewrs SP1INTER CAUSES TROUBLE. Scratch May Necessitate Annata tion of Womaa's A rat. A splinter which was picked up two week ago by lira. Marlon Iaioey, vf x 10W Isnighlrfirough avenue, may ad to serious complications and poxlMy to the los of her right arm. The. silver slipped under the finger nail of her right hand. The finger became very aore. follow-big the mishap, but Mr. Locey thought It nothing seriou". Yesterday she was re moved to the Oty Hospital suflrerlng from Mood poisoning. It Is frared that It wl'l be necessary to amputate her arm. Abrabaaa Uaewtaw MrtbplSKsr Is . HKl'tT.Uf SPIWIAI- Hwlaenville. K.. Aug. --Thc Abraliara Uncohi tiirthphic; wan .-old to-day at 1 o'cl-xk bv Cominlsulorer llandley Tbcr v.ir several bidders present, but the fam sold for te much les thsjj was expect ed. The. p,rchafer was R. J- Collier of Nc-e Tork. He -will Ret possession In tieeem br. He has not vet ieeiiel wh.t ii will do with it and It was probably bought a an Investment. , .. The farm contains Il seres in 1 the price whs not much more tbau the. faria Is worth for farm purposes. Va 8 L A T P I F offered-this scasoa. Diaiair Sals at ijtamThww Cm. 10 piece tn the act fine setnlper- selain. floral and gold decorated. J1I.S0 Set now flKasP J 14.00 Set now bbM tK.se Set now flsVW livso Set now flamfl 20c, 50c and 35c Broadwaj- aml St. Charles. rtaibanaaBrtana"aaBaMaaflf- -a rrcc ateaan. not rccel-re award tor s-rperr: &-&iSafi5ferk J"-AVc-, . - . v 2 Ai. fii. t . laiifce.5! .my&& uiSieiA; ;.. r-jv BtS raaaa.