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-t.. I MAKING Tnt NtW l. LUUio.
GOES TO BEIRUT
To See that American Interests Re
ceive Prompt Protection.
ENTIRE SQUADRON ON ITS WAY
)ltnli-r t.flnltittn linlli-iilri. Tlinl
A rlrmi lnti-ri-.ti itml l.lve lire
l-i l'i-i-ll mi .tceiiniit of Hie
I'lllllllll'lfllll Ht l'llMlllltlll.
WMHhliiKton, Auk. III. Other than the
flu- advices from Admiral Cotton uii
nniiiicliiS his departure with thn crula-t-
lliooKlyti ami San l-raueitico for
rtelnii, there were no development!! in
Hi" Turkish HituaUon to-day no far us
V.vliliiKlon is conrcrneil. Tho orders
to Admiral Col ton lo proceed to Helrut
viil mil lnj cancelled It is nuthorlta
t,.i'Iy Htatcd tinb-.a tins president f"
il.ni'tK. Such an order at this tlm",
Iii'Wovit, aipaiiitly wcnild not avail
inyibltiK, as tin: admiral in now on hl3
way 10 Turkey.
Tlw administration regards It tin a
hiurcil duly to so" that adeepiatc and
Iirompt asHliilanii' and protection
t.hotild hi! Klvou American Interests In
thr distill l.i'd district and lor InlH rea
mm let-Is justified In bavins the war
fchips sent to Turkey.
lie-tin rl Mi'- of llir I.'riilii-r.
Willi the dtpattun; or the eruieer!
ltro.ii.lvn and Kan I'rnnclsco for
lielnit, as announced hy Admiral Cot
ton lo the navy department, the entire;
Kuropean Minadion Is now on Its way
to the Turkli-h seup-irl. the wmboal
Nachlas havlim left (lenoa Saturday.
Admiral Coll on lelet.iphed the navy
department that he would teach iSelrut
by next Friday niclit.
Mr. I.elshman I then a f-erlous vlev.
nl the eondlllon of affairs in Turkey
I'raetleally the enure dominion of the
i.uilati Is In a stale of unrest, and in
t,onie parts the e.xli.tlnu disturbance- I
eii.,alent to insurrection.
Si-rliiim Trmilili- 1 1 r li 1 1 it .
Minislcr I.elshman apprehends seri
ous trouble, anil indicate h his heliel
that American Intercut r, and American
lu-f.x mi. In ncril on account of the
fanaticism of the Mussulman popula
tion. For these roaKins It was decided by
the president thai AC uiral Cotton':)
lapiadron should profed lo TiitUlsh
waltrn in ateoi dance with his prcviotih
orderi", notwItlibtandliiK the Inaceiiraey
of the report of the u:ault on Consul
tine or Minister l.ei-hman's recent
Triiiilili- I" lM--tlilllll.
"Tlio troubli'H In Mm I'donla become
wot nit and more extended cicb day,
and, outside or the in '-sully which
may present Itself of tending a ship to
Jle.'Vul to I ".ne a proper It
i.eeniH to me advisable to keep a ship
within easy lunc.e ol Turkish water
in nrdf r lo he In posit ion more fully to
proiecl Ameiicau clllens should th"
l evolution assume nunc aUrmbiK pro
BAN PLACED ON NEGROES.
'iltiin Urmii-ri Milli-r l.n-iil Ilium-i-iltl
l.o-H In Not lleliiK lliim-il Hi
I nt - .'.reni I. hIiki .
C.ullirle, dl'.la., Auk 1 liccatise tin
ban has been placed on tin- wr.iocs by
the illlzeiiB ol Creer lonnly, Olda.,
thcie will be an c.ulinaleil loss of
tiot) bales of Ibis year's cotton ciop
Cieer lounty, which, until a low yearn
iiKi, was a p-irt of Texas. Is one of the
bb; cotton pioilucers ol the territory.
This ear the lannerii raised "0 jior
rent, increased acreage and a l.'-per-
colli. IncretiKii yield, but there Is n la
The growers have been threatened
by the citizens In general upon every
attempt lo import uc(,'roi-, but unless
the ncoMHary lanorers are secured in
the Imnndlale lilltire the llnanelal loss
will be i;teat- The (-rowers now havi
a movement on foot to brim? 100 Mex
ican lamllles lo pick the cotton crop.
Hlnee the on;ai;l.atlou ol (Ireer coun
ty no ncitroes have been allowed fft live
v.-1 1 1 1 i 1 1 Us boundaries
KILLED TRYING T0ESCAPE.
ri i..uiir Kiiti-ii i Mii-ritr in iii--iici-iii-
Mil-milt iii ! tun)
Wtitli- lli liiu i'nl.i-n lu .lull.
!', il. tn, 111. Ann .H.-Slhis I 'on and
lloltnnn Tine. youtiK men of luka, wore
lodi."il lu jail In this elly charged
with I t'.rlar and larceny. A prellml
nary l'eii;a;5 was Kiven Diem Haturday
alieriioiin, tit which both pleaded
guilty While kelns escorted from the
courUioiit'c back lo the jail they mudo
n il'"-;'cr.ito attempt to e-icape. In the
itir'i',10 v.'hlch followed, I'oe broke
Iixie Irom Shcrlll Smith tiid utarted
to r iii. The sheriff commuui.cd him to
bi n. titul, upon refusal, opened II r
wiib IiIh revolver. At the lllth shot
I'o.i 111. fatally wounded. Trim also
nuitle u desperate stnn;i4le, hut win
tially oeniovl cred by Dvuuty Sltncox
Wlml Th I'll If liniiriivi-iiii-nt
I'nliit: Tot itrtlft Mulelm M.
'Ilni ".IIr lli-iinllful.
Thousands of vlHltlns mcrchani.
Iiavo been In the St. I.oub; miitk-it
wllhln the past month. Merchants
from the south and southwest have
been here buylim their winter slocks,
So many stratii?ern continually cumin;;
to this market year nfior year, have
Impressed many new Ideas upon th'j
St. Louis merchants, These HtrauKi'W
must bo entertained- while In the city.
Tne iiuesnon of what bus St. l.ouls to
hhow u htratmfr has presented Ibselr.
HlratiKorH want to see the city after
they have made their purchases. Kast
ern cities have line statuary, line pub
bile bulldlnt-'s anil a i;rund waier front.
What has St. I.ouln to show lu that
line".' Very little.
The eltlens are wakltif.; up to Ib'J
ficarelty of Midi attractions. Tho Civic
Improv'tnent I.'-aKue of St. Louis ha
done viuch to Kilniubite such n spirit,
and It has many larj-vr plans for tho
lu'ure. The leaf-no Is desli-ued to
unite Hie efforis of all citizens who
want to make St. Louis ti better plaee
to live In. lis Koncral purposes are
lo create n public henilment In favor
of better adminlst ration or municipal
affairs, without in any way invadin',
the domain of politics. Tho lcaj-uo is
worklnK for a slrlet enforcement of
till Ike ordinances now exlstim that
are dcalKiied lo make the city clean
healthy and attractive. It will work
lor the enactment of such other ordi
nances as may be needed to lmprov-3
the city. Tin.' league is earryint; on a
(ontinuous campalsn amoni; the peo
ple, by JectiiK before social and fra
ternal orj"anl.ationn of till sorts, In
wbbh the advantages of a liner city
an- hroiiKbt home to till. These lect
ure.'' do not let up Impoi-hlble Ideals
of elly-beautilylni', but are addreK-.ed
to the priiclli al reforms that wiKKnHt
IhemselveK lo even the most, iinob
t ervant persotis In their dally walk;' in
the city. The leamie does not hope to
transform 'M Louis Into another I'arlt
at once. The oinani.allon disseminate'
literature on the nener.il subject of clly
Imptovemeni. sliowlti-; wlitu has ln-'-n
or Is beini, done I'lsnwhere. The
leaf;ue will (o-opetiile earncttly wlln
every other ori'aniatlon thai has slm
liar objecis, iind will Interest Itself In
the efforts for betterment made by
residents In till i-ei lions of the city.
in stariitii.' lis work, the league
ndopted th" wise policy of Holvin1;
many of v.hat. mlfilit be termed tho
t.Tiialler municipal problems. Other or-
l-anlzalions had tried the Ian;e one
lltsl, and o.'i acrount of failure cease-l
to exist. An a result of one year'.t
work, the Civic league ban many ac
complishments to Hs cre'lit. It Hist
m-slMcd in the criiiili nitiliiK or the old
exposition bullditi'', v.htch is loiale'l
in one ol' the lly parks. Three pliy
lliounds lu the eiowdd poorn' district
were i-'labllshed last year, and line'
more wire creeled tins year, iiiakiir;
tlx in all Six free hath hom.r-s wer.
also established In coiincction with tho
nlay grounds l-'lfty llliHlraled lecture1
nn Ike "City l!"autiriil" were Klven 1-ist
winter before Miclctics of .-ill kinds. At
i he siiKnestion of the leaf-ne, a boule
vard ( omiiiisslon was established and
l.ioad plan for conncciin-; all thi
eiiy parks by heiiutllul drives has boon
drawn up. A boys' hoiiieiiliural school
litis been In op'-ratlon this summer, and
nearly one hundred hoys have been
j;lvcn practical lininliii' In raisin
plants and Ic-fons in maklnj.; their ovn
homes intMc hcaiitllul by pbiulin;;
ttei'K. vine.-- am! lloweis. (larden., have
also been established at several of j
the public schools, lor the purpose ol I
tmikiui' botany and plant life more iu
leicstln',, and In show the children
how to apply their knov.lcdKe about
their own homes.
The city comptroller has just an
nounced, after a request from the Ch ic
leaKiie, that the city has $:,,ouo to ex
pend for rubbish boxrs to be plated on
the down-town street corners lor lb,
purpoKi ol Hlvlm clti.nis some plac.i'
to throw waste matter and to assist In
kcepltij the i.treets i lean.
The matter of takliiK care of th
city's mirbiiKo hii'i been i'lven much at
ti'inlon by the leaKiie, and reporlii hav
been mside from time to lime on tho
mctbodH adopted In oilier cities
Throunb the women members, report
on thn non-c otNcctlnn of KarhaKo hav-i
been made to the health department
from all parts of the city.
UesldenlH nmK the alley riKht-of-vay
ol' the Suburban railway and thosn
llvlni; In (IIITereul wards of the city
have been uffensl prle;i for (he yard
tshowltiK the -;rcittcht impiovemeut by
plautltiK trees, lnes and llowers durltm
The matlnr r,f the enforcement ol
city ordinances rcliitliiK to n more at-
tri'ctlve city has been Klren much at
Icnllon. Notable InstanceH of this liav-i
been the leumie's efforts to enforce tho
wiiV) tire anil billboard ordinances
It Is stub work as Ibis thai bat
brouglii the question of makim; St.
Louis attractive, that has aroused I lie
1iiisI;i;hh Interests of this city to do
The Civic Improvement leapim li
tBtrlvlni; to muko St. Louis the "l'arli
BEATEN BY WIND,
Contest Was Wholly Between the
American Yacht and Time.
SHAMROCK TWO MILES ASTERN
ttlliiiii- l-'nlli-il In Itt-Klnli-r llcr
Tliliil Vlclorj IIi-i-iiiihi- Wind llleil
Hill Onl- rrnliiimi Anniiy uf
I'liiili-ni Alrenil)- lli-i-lili-il.
New York, Sept. 1. Afialn Monday
the beautiful cup defender Hellancu
railed lo rc'ilster her third victory over
Sir Thomas Liptonri challenger be
cause tho wind died to nothing and the
time limit of live and a half hours ex
pired before she could reach the linlsh
line. Her margin wur approximately
tho same an on Thursday last. Slid
was less than hnlf a mile from the
linlsh when the sun sounded, lite
Shamrock III. was u faint blur on the
horizon, fully two and a half miles
astern. Itcliance s failure! to score the
nice wnH the more exasperating be
cause her ultimate triumph Is now
conceded, even by Sir Thomas nlmsclf
io bo simply ti formality.
Only rriilnnu I In- .mn .
The superiority of the llerrcshort
boat In any kind of weather Is ac
knowledged by the yacht In; critics or
both sides of the Atlantic, and yester
day's llukc only prolongs the iiKony of
thi! contest that has already been de
elded, the w.-inlti'; Interest In the cup
races was strikingly lllusi rated by the
size of the observation Heel, If the
steamships that went down to the
OLf-ari race course could be dlKtiilled by
such title. Outside of the reTenue cut
lers, which patrolled the course, i con
sisted of half a dozen sble-wheelers,
with almost empty decks, a lew sea
joini; mi's and a n-ore of steam yachts.
AVI ml iiiil"i llii- llin-'-.
The easterly wind and rain had
:rvei to knock down the s:ca some
what, although II was rounh uiiough
the first two hours of the race to
make the e.curs!ou bonis tumble about
a koocI deal and the yachts to plungo
and atai-'Ker on their way lo the outer
tn Hut as the clay wore on I ho
'.ind hauled to the north and fell to a
mere zephyr, hardly htrotiK enoii'di to
round out the enormous canvasses of
the sloops and the sea subsided to si
fcinooih hiirlae e.
nil. WrlliKl- lirln l'en.
The race; was spiritless from the bo
'innim,'. It was laid l.'i miles to wind
ward up the LonK island shore and
return. Its KaHlii; feature whk the
starl. in which Cant. Wriniie, by a
pretty piece of maneiiverliu;, neatly
turned the tallies on the Yankee skip
tier and captured the windward berth,
liven hi, tho yachts crossed the line
alueast like a harnensed team of
.Minn lli-i- II.-i-In In I'luilli-nui-r.
Hut wllhln fifteen minutes thn de
lender was hhowlni; her heels lo the
challeiiKer, anil when Hie float at the
outer mark was reached she rounded It
1!H mlnute-s and hcconds ahead eif
her rival. In the fle limes the boats
have met this was by far the worst
heatlni' Shamrock HI. has had In wlnel
ward work. The only Interest which
remained afler that was an to whether
Itnllanco would be able- lei reach the
linlsh line In time to scoti' the race.
The regalia committee of the Now
York Yacht club announced last nlcht
that tho yacht., would titce iikjiiii to
lay. Ili-enril of I In- Itlli't'N.
Hellance allows Shamrock 1 minute
TliritSDAY. Attn. 0. -No race;
wind lulled; yachts timid not linlsh
wllhln fHi-hour limit. Hellance led by
nearly a mile when nice was called off.
Stralnhtiiway cuurse- 13 tulles and ro
turn - ::n miles.
SATUKADY, Auk. l!.--Hellanco won
by 7 minutes and li seconds. Shamrock
led al the start, hut was passed in
first hour. Hellance covered tho course
lu hours '12 minutes anil IM seconds
Shamrock, '! hours 11 minutes and 2:
second!1. Straightaway course, same
is on AUKtist 20. Wind, HI lo IT. miles
TCKSDAY, Auk. H- - Hellance won
by 1 minute and ID seconds. She led
iit thu start and was never overtaken.
Hnliauce covi-red this e-ourso In II
hours 11 minutes ami fil seconds
Shamrock, :s hours IS minutes and 10
Fctondii. Triangular course 10 miles
to lei; ::0 miles. Wind. 8 tei 12 miles
TIIIIHSDAY, A UK. 27.-No race;
wind failed, neither yacht belni; abln
to llnlbb within In Hid time limit.
When the nice was e-allod olf Hellanco
was 12 minutes ahead of Shamrock.
StralKhtwny lourse, 1& miles and ru
SATI'HDAY, Aim- 2!).-Yacht did
tint start. Sea loo roui;h.
MONDAY, Auk. HI. No rate; wind
failed; neither yacht finished. Next
nitu over bamu cuurt;c Scptciubcr L
EDITORS VISIT PRESIDENT
Col. Fleming of Missouri and Others
Call on Roosevelt.
Uf (lie i:iulil VIxltniK Wi-I ii-il ana
IIiili-rlnliK-il nl (lKli-r liny Nov-i-ii
Were . iiimt AIi-ii.
Oyster Hay, N. Y Sept. 1. Monday
was a newspaper field day at Sagamore
Hill. The president welcomed and en
tertained clKhl visitors at his home,
and of that number seven were con
nected with the press. Tho single ex
ception was lion. John McMaklu, state
labor commissioner ol' New York'.
Mr. McMaklu Is an onl frlenel of the
president, and came more to visit with
the family than to transact any busi
ness, though naturally the nfralrs of la
bor In the state were discussed.
Henry L. ICinsteln and Krvln Ward
man, proprietor and e-dltor or tho New
York l'rcss; Dr. Albert Shaw, editor ot
the Hcvlew of Hovlcws, and Lincoln
Slorrens, e-dltor or Shameless Cities
fame were guests at. luncheon. Later
in Hie iiftertition Col. A. .1. Fleming, of
Hraymiif, Mo.; .latnejs Marl In, or the
New York Tribune, and Dr. Carlow
Martin, of the Dundee Scotland Adver
tiser, visited the president.
Col. Fleming Is tho editor and pro
Vrb'lor of Hid Hraymer Comet, which
pi Ides Itself on being the "original
Long befeire the president, was looked
upon as a White House possibility by
the political world, Col. Fleming print
ed "For President, Theodore Hoosevell,
of New York," nt the lop of his cell
torlal column. Tho colonel 1h an origi
nal character as well us an original
Hoosevelt man, and he greatly enjoyed
IN THE TOMB OF THE CECILS.
II -ii.ii 1 iim of I.nril ShIImIiiii-- Inti-ri-i-il
III t!illtli-lil SIiiiiiIIiiih-hii .--l V-li-i-
ill We.slnilrinli-1- Alilii-y.
London, Sept. 1. Tho remains .ot
Lord Salisbury were Interred, Monday,
beside those of his wile in the buna!
ground of the Cecils at Hatfield. Th"
urraneomcntsi were of the most private
and simple e liarat tor. All the chlldrm
or the deceased we're prei-ont, as wero
also Premier Halfour, Lord Selhoruo
and a Tew intimate in.hbor:-!. Other
wise, thi mourners were made up nl
the dead statesman's tenants, retain
er!! and Inhabitants of Hal Held. Th"
coffin was can led to and from the par
iah church by old retainers.
Simultaneously a memorial sen Ire
was held in Westminster Abbey, which
was attended by representatives of
King Kdwatd, Fmperor William and
other members of royal untl Imperial
families, cabinet ministers, former
cabinet ministers, diplomats, Ine ludim:
Ambassador Choate- anil niembeis ol
the other embassies and a host of
peers, members of parliament and
lliers. The only floral tribute- on
Lord Salisbury's eollln was a wie-itb
sent by Queen Alexandra. Onict
reaths rent by Hit! king of Portugal
and o'her.-i were used lo decorate the
grnveynnl. The uri-hhMinp of Canl'-r-
bury officiated ill the luneral hen Ice.
RUNAWAY TRAIWS WILD RUN,
linn Into I'olni lulu e'llj '.I n 1'iin-tlri-il
,IIIih nn lliiur Worst
I'i'cle on lEccortl.
f!oInrado Springs, Col, Sepl. 1. A
Colorado Midland Height train got be
yond the control of the train crew live
mllcn above Manltoit at live o'clock
Monday morning, mid plunged down
ii.rough Maulloii and into Oolorade.
City al an estimated ipeeel of iw mile-
an Hour. In Colorado i;tty Hie tram
which consisted of an engine, a ca
hoot:!) and HI loaded box ears, plunged
Into ii switch emglno on a siding
knocking the dead engine' over lot.
yards and precipitating one of tbt
worst wrecks lu the history of west
ern rallrei.'idltig. tne memiieni oi tut
train ciew Jumped, leaving the train
lo Its fate, when Is was seen that II
could not bo controlled. No one wnt
I-'stlinated loss lo tho railroad com
pany is 5'j.i,i'U0.
DUAL TRAGEDY AT ST. LOUIS.
llrnr I'. Ki-nll Miirilerm III Sperrt-
l Wi-ilili-d Wife uml lti-r-utiril
St. Louis, Aug. 111. -
lu the family oi
siiot three times
a domestic, ompnoeu
Abraham Kellar, wan
and latally wounded,
Just after rrluruliiK lrom a IniKcy rielo,
In the rear of the reiddcne o of her em
ployer, by Harry Kccvll, son of a well
known busluers man, to whom she was
secretly married July Keovll fled,
leavlns; bis bui'Ky stnndlni; an ho haJ
left It, and later comniltled suicide
with ti.e name revolver, In a wood
shed In Curondelot, where his body
was lo''.nd shortly aftc leu o'cjoel;
. For Itomi-irekaiV unit Colon!,
The country nloiiR tho Cotton licit Ho'Jt
tn iaoutlieeiHt MlhRourf, ArkiitiMm, North
wont Louisiana utid Texni oflcm tlm great
st op'xjrtunitli-H for HuniosouknrH. Mild
climate, good water, cheup biilldniK ma
torinl, nbutidtincn of fuel, and noil that will
often in n hIiikIi huiihuii yield nnongh to pay
for thu ground. Land enn bo bought m
cheap im t'.'.r0 tin nere, jirnlriu land at M
mid f.ipcr acre up, bottom land at tS and
tO per ncn up, Improved or partly elcarad
land at 91(1 uml (lh per acre up. Somo flna
proposltloUK for colonies tractx of ",000 to
fs,(K) ncroH nt 94 to 91U icr ncro- big money
in this for a good organizer. Fruit nml
truck binds In the fntuoim pencil and toma
to belt of Kant Texas at till to 920 per ncrra
up. Write. n for Information about cheap
ruten. excursion elates, alio literature de
scriptive of tli Ik great country and let uii
help you Ibid n home that will cost you no
more than the rent von pay everv year.
K. W. LaHKAUMK, G. P. & T. A
Cotton Belt Route.
St. Louis, Mo
Mm. L'pperttu- I Mippoe you take greit
pride in ".our iiiicektry '!
Mm. Ncwricht--Oil, jc; the Kent-aloniit
aMUteil u that they uetc the very lalett
tliini in .niCL-etors.- -Lniiilon Tit Hits.
SUFFERED FOR FIFTEEN YEARS
Coenpldelr Reitoreel lo fletllh.
Mrs. P. Hrunzel, wife of P. Hrunzcl,
stoc-lc elealei-, resltli'iiee 8111 (Jrand Ave.,
Kverett, Wash., says: " For fifteen
years I suffered with
terrible! pain m my
back. I experimented
with doetorsnnd medi
cines but got little if
nny relief. I actually
believu the aehing in
my back and through
thu groin be came
worse. I did not know
what it was to enjoy a
night's rest and nroHc
in thu morning" fe:el
ing tired and unre
freshed. My huffer
ing hometiuic's was
Finally, I saw Doan'n Kidney Pills ad
vertised and got a box. After a few
doses I told my husband that I was
feeling' much better anil that tluipilli
were doing tno rood. When I finished,
tluit box I felt likes a different woman.
I didn't stop nt that, though. 1 con
tinued Hits treatment until 1 bad taken
live boxes. There wua no leeurrencu
until a week ago, when I began to fool
miserable again. I bought another
box and three, days' treatment restored
me lo health. Doati's Kidney l'llli act
very effectively, 'cry promptly, relievo
the aching pains and all other annoy
ing difficulties. I have recommended
thi'iii to many people and will elo so
when opportunities present . them-
A Free Trial of thi.; great kidney
medicine which cured Mrs. Ilrunzel
will bo mailed to any part of the United
States on application. Address Foster
Milburit Co., HufTalo, N. Y. For sale
by all druggists, price W) cents per box.
Tuesday, September 8, 1903
aw oc nrk
nni nifniin n AND
CarrespondloK Rotes to Intcrtncetlatc Point.
Ticket mint Im dorKiBltcd with ticket agent
tcli-nliiatloii linme-ilUti-ly Ukhj arrUiil, nml
will tt VHllelritut for re turn pas-xaito uu any elny
wltliln thirty dnj'ii from d.itu uf wile-, and will
t ftiicut for coiitliiuouH imniuii'o only In i-at-U
ilirrutlun, llin rt-turu Journey to cuinuu-iico oa
date of valldutlon.
Fur tlckctn ami full Information call oa
HRI-lltil Diu I'ofn Houtk.
WARIitN J. IYNCH, W. P. Of PPI,
Ucu'l l'n. A Tle-kft-Ast. A wt. U. P. AT. A,
Final Limit October Cth
MISSOURI, KANSAS & TEXAS R'Y
Ak Noarcbt Tlckot Agont
Or Write Q. W. SMITH, N. t. A.,
31b Muniuttto Bide., C.llcaso, III.
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