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I ATtRDAY, OCTOSra It 1813 THE SPKINCriZLD MISSOURI REPUBLICAN. PAOX TITEEI I SEf JSATIOIIAL SUIT IS EXPECTED FROM IER-ROSECASE Alleged SAindllnj' Schemt Said to Have Reaped Rica . f .,.-. Harvest ' SOME MX1HODS USED ' NEVER BEfORE EMPLOYED $rial of Com in federal Court in , BprtnHeid Will Bring Btranffa - Revelations. . . -w '. i On oC .ths moat sensational esses Which haa been, tried la Springfield for years la expected to develop during the October term of the federal court, which opens here nemt Monday, when Frank B, Warner, formerly . manager f the Danlele Commlaleon company t Willow Hprtnge, and W. N.-Rose, a i former Frisco conduetor, are tried be fore 'District United Slates Judge emltli B McPherson on charges of de frauding the Frisco railroad company ut o hundreds of thousands of col ters. . I The fraud . alleged to have been practiced by the two' men Is believed to be one, of the most eunning main- da of obtaining money under false ' pretences, aver known.. Many aurlous details of the complicated scheme of , securing Trtoney from produce grow . f rs, commission merchants, and the Vrlsee railroad are" expected to 'come ' but In the : evidence. The swindling knethbds.Mt Is charged., contained features' never before used, even by ex-rcrt, confidence men. An extraordinary means of communicating by secret fc-iphet code1 Is one of the Items of evl-i dt-nrs which will -come out at the trial, t Warner, the leader In the alleged 1 fraudulent scheme,1 has- had previous col Unions with the- law,, according to ' his record on ills at the office of 8pe-! ,c'l Kgent James '.. Hmith of . the Vrlsco. ' Warner received a sentencs Iowa on a - charge of obtaining money under false .pretenses,; Agent . 8mlth says, and ahns been, conected - with "questionable ventures In' various llUcesIn Arkansas and Missouri since his release'. In ltie. Frisco officials who know him say that his appearance belles his record. He Is a quiet, buslnesg-liks, affable man with nothing In his manner, to Indicate sonor-jnal tendencies. " Vv. j .Rose. a .Trusted Cendueter. The supposed -confederate of ' Warmer. W. A. Rose, has bene in the em-ploy of the Frisco as- conductor for sixteen years. Ills record Is clean. and those' VkoknW. hiaaMwera sur-j prised to learn or nie anegea complicity In the.affalrs of the fraudulent eon- Irern. He Is a tall, well-built man with attractive manners; end la -exception ally popular. ,He has long had ,. the reputation of' being the handsomest conductor-on the Frisco system. -All the altalrs of the , "Mountain k v lew troqun ominnr. wm w t raveled Monday when-W, T. Griffin ofj (Memphis, speolal agent of the Frisco, will reveal In court , his Investigations of the mammoth swindle. . Numerous witnesses have been sub-! poenaed for the ease by A. 1 Arnold. ? deputy United States marshal . The J hank of Willow ' Bprtnga haa had a suit filed against It to recover )S.00 a Id to Jiavs bene paid "to the ; bank J after the. 'firm became Insolvent. GOV. MAJOR AND STONE ' CONFER ON PRIMARY LAW (Jefferson City. Oct.' 1. Senator Stone railed at the office of Gov. Major this olnlntf ' anl dlecuesed' with the goveraor iitae question, of the aeeessity ori amend , lie Ike primary laws t provide for the nomlriVthna of the fa I ted States seaatora, (Oov. Major told senator (Stone that the present primary law are adequate -and that ao extra session la needed. He said hp will examine the general electlos lawa after the namlnatloas are made, te de termlne if they -aeed anything. He does riot believe 4hejr do. - - , v Henator'gfone told the governor he had taaadae neweaamlaa tlon- of .the lawa-. per. aenallr. . Jkane will leave for , Louie thla afternooe. DOCTORS HOLD MEETING "'The OnoM County Medical society m 'r Ita October aeoalon last tilsht la the .mull llbnary. Ptourteen members wer -. present. -Ms definite subject was outlined ; for discussion. The following physician .' made talks oa various auhjecte: Dra., J. F. Ralston, i. R. Bartlett, Lee Cox, W, M ' tlmliK. - : ' - I Art ;e (wre to 5 - . ,Yo" can"! alweye make everything "Jurf to," Someilmes you wfH u S S v, get In mora Shorten Ln S than suuk w make IK m 11.1.. - , , aua vrwjruun juas suh ootnsurne you will fet In mora shortening than usual; or mak ths bgttcr a littla thin: or 5: U ma not bs convenient to put a caks la ths oven the moment ft is ' fniVaVi raV narw aaaJaaaa aa s. sW.L.. ul J Aa. 1 . aa, : r" . s -t r- ww.n e m 77 VKf. jpeinw I . V. . . . : " aqaMg i "?Lu,e,T cvmt 10 nil your biscuits, cake and pastry light and ISZZi Jh?T" " iu.nd-" o lasvenlng R. both fn th ml ,nL,3,wn4 '? lh vw' Tb "I wiUlnsi until the dough h cooked through. , ....... . , . Tsv VTZlTr i h their baldnV nut pleated ta vVrVw; " ,T 7 ' yyff TANEYCOMO FULL AND DAM IS BUSY Many ., Activities - In and Near Branson As Bummer Comes to Close. Branson, Me- Oct. la The rains have earn. she drought ts ended. Lake Taaey-come la once more full and beautiful and the Ms powr dam is Inrnlns eat power for- ftprlnsneld sad ether pain to, while vexetatloa la sprlnslng op aa briskly ai it does nnder the waxing of May ratn. The wastm Bridge acroea Roark Croex at BarBaoa Is almoat completed and In a few. more days the approaches will be !c and another link will have beea com plated t the chain that will give Bran sob the beet syetem of country roads of almoat any tows la the Oaark region. Ths lrldae acroos Coon Creek to con. aaot Bransoa with the Presbyterian As serabty grounds Is well underway and the ooenle wages read la already completed. Word eame here today from Oalena that Stoae county had adopted aa Ita eeunty seat road to connect . with Toner eaunty the road leading by way ot Marble Cave aad through the Shepherd of the Hlllo eouatry, thus practically adopting the road endorsed by the Bra a son Commercial club as a part of the proposed automobile read between Branson aad Springfield. Onei of the beat enterprises that has been entered here recently te the loca-tlOB of an experimental and ' demonatra-tloa poultry farm, aa Bell aa a bualneat enterprtae In up-to-date poultry breeding, one and ene-balf milee below Branaon en Lake . Taneycomo. Mr. K. I. Hoon shel, too well-known educator aad ear of the publishers sf Rural Osarks of Branss and Oeorge W. Malra, the well, .known poultry breeder aad expert, neve formed a partnership for the eaubltah' ment of a poultry farm oa Mr. Hoenshel'i lakeatde farm, and have boon busy for ths past few daya bulldlag facaa, - pea, houeesvete., and putting the grounds Is first claee condition for poultry breeding. They will start In with one thousand White Leghorn hens for layers and will breed-at least tve other varieties . sf poultry and they will all be full blooded tack Ot the selected breeds. Mr. Malm Is a tressed poultry Judge, Is a graduate of ths Mala Agricultural eollega and Is a member of ths American Association of ' Poultry Breeders. Ha has had years experience to poultry breeding and for Ave years waa manager ont tna fluid-ebaker Poultry Farm of South. Bend. Ind.. and. waa with W.'R. Flshel of In dianapolis; Ind., for . Ave years sad Is therefore a valuable acquisition te this community. These geatlemes .expect to make Lakeside Poultry Farm the best equipped, and beet stocked poultry farm In the southwest. - The people of Branson most heartily welcome this . new enter-prise, to the community. An electron- haa beea called for Brsn- soa oa October te to vote oa the Issue of bonds for' putting In a system of water. works and also to vote on extending the corporation limits. A-. '. . - . - . - .. ..... COUNTY FAIR "WEX -. ; CONTINUE TODAY; : 6 RACING EVENTS (CpNTlNyS D FROM PAOB ONK.) - third ascension .today, the .Weather permitting. Yesterday was to have ben hla .last appearance, but Jia will remain and finish three daya of fly ing. A move la also oa foot to hold the airman la the cltyi over tomorrow, so that a special exhibition oaa be given at Whf time,-; ..The program for today win Include ths-'' award fo be made Oa the live stock exhibits. . Many Uvs stock en tries brought' la ths first of ths week and displayed, were) because of a lack of stable room, taken away again. Ths management promises that all of these will be returned for ths show today and many others Will bs added. ; It .was . also . announced - last night that the baby show, -which waa to have closed vestsrday. win ha ksnt onen to day until lMI o'clock, so that entries can be made 'up to that' time. One feature of the show this afternoon will be an 'addressby Mrs. William Utter of St. Louis, who will talk to ths moth- era at 3 o'clock la ths baby pavilion. The awards .will also bs made this afternoon. " ' Special Train Today, ' Special train service wll I be contln tied throughout the day. Trains will leave the Mill stret passenger station at 10, 11 and 11:6 o'clock In ths morning, and St 1:30, :!, ;30 and 4:04 in ths . afternoon, returning soon after arrival at , the grounds. The same street ear and 'hack service will mmhj ue nisiniBinra. . Ths management hag reduced' the price, of admlaslon for today from ! cents to IS cents .In order to allow those .who corns for the races to see the last day of ths week's matinees. TOPICS Or THE TOWN. C. Farnbolmi piano tuser, phone MS3W. Uphslatsrlng, repairing, mattreaaee mad ts order. Harry Dreyer, tale phone 3070, 431 S. Campbell aire. Thar are t banks Is Vsaeouvor, B. j. Lat year tber combined claarlngs t Ti'TM II041 snnu.i m.wn. as fjimiiv sxnu II is) MCsWsVV TO ntTB I Wfyun (IU UUUMA4U " V4""" " "1 sXVaj, 1, SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR THE DAI The) Alpha -Tau Phi - sorerlty wilt sirs a tea thla afleraoon at the home of atlas Mlanl Bray sf art East Walast street. -FXTTTAl. FOR MI8S DBA TON. -A dellchtful eoaoert nroaram waa tlvea Thureday evenlag at Martin's Recital hall by Mlse Oladye Oeefea. a ptane pupil Sf Mia tairsie Atweo aad Miss Christine iMaion. a voice pupil-of Mrs. "Rachel Doling. '. , 1 Both young Isdles were recalled by as oBthuelaatio audi so oe. The program was aa follows: - Andante with Variations ut F Miser Hadra At Dawning ,...Csdman I Hear a Thrush at Eva...; ..Cadmaa Ktudo, op. S, Ne. I..,, ...Chopia gorenade .1... Breckway Maaurka la F sharp minor , .- nQladvs Deatoa Expectancy .La Fori win - ins nisp Hproaa Wedding Day.' ep. lrt Prslude, op. .MacDowall Poloaalae, op. ....MacDowall Oraad Duo-Esyranhe.....Weber-Ravlna i Seeoad Piano. Miss Atwood. : SOUTH SIDBW. C. T.' WmE-KtS. k Ths South Side W. C. T. IT. met yes terday afteraoon with Mrs. A. R. Van Matrs of all South Grast street In the regular dovotioaal meeting. A short pro gram was presented. A report from Mrs. Harry Brookabank. delesats to ths state eenveatloa at Columbia, was heard. Refreshments wars served by the host. ese to the followtag: Meodamee C. R. Ingram, Harry Brookabank. H. W. Pat- tersna, A. C. Mathewe. Neva Thomas V. W. Hunt; Wlllam Oliver, George Mucbeier. S, M. Van Matrs, rrsd Banks. SOCIAL ' CIRCLE g ENTERTATNEO. The Social circle of Calvary Preshy. tartan church enjoyed a . verjr pleasaat meeting Thursday at ths home of Mra rank Wygal of 5s Poplar street. The rooms were prettily decorated In autumn flowers, displaying a riot of colore. The hostess wsa assisted In serving refreshments by Meadames R.. W. Btswart. Ur. GIRL WILL DIE OF F SEE HER TAKE IT Ritchie Clinton Swallows Bichlor ide of Mercury After Night's MAY LINGER SEVERAL DAYS, DOCTOR SAYS Gompanioii Thought She ' Waa t OrJy FeigTilng'. Ueair to ' - Commit Buiode, "I bars nothing to llv for now. Hs doss not lovs m any mors! . Uttering these words a sh return ed from an automobile rids' at t:tl o'clock yeuerday morning Ritchie Clinton, Si years old, of til Boonvllle street, deliberately - placed five antl- septio tablets conUinlng twelve grains ot bichloride of mercury In a glaaa. dissolved the tablet with water while twu companions .watphad her, and drank. tha contents. Bh Is not ex pected 'o llv. - ' Mrs.. QSorgs Bowman, former pro prietress uf ths Berry rooming bouse si 426 South street, and Walter. Beck ley of 100 North . Jefferson street who Is said to have been autolng during the night with ths girl, were u the room, according to ths police, but made no effort to restrain the girt Ritchie Clinton has made several threats recently to snd her life, sad hsr determination to dla yesterday morning waa, believed by her compan ions to bs feigned. Dr. T.' V. B. Crans was summoned snd arnvad shortly after ths girl unallowed the pplson. A stomach pump was used an dpart of the con tvnlts of the stomach removed. The yuong women's condition waa declar ed by the phyalclan on his arrival to be very critical. She may linger for several days, as did Irene Keen of ltf K II nam street, who suffered for five days before the bichloride of mercury which ahs swallowed atced cn her heart. Ritchie Clinton lives In a rooming huso at Ut Boonvllle street. She and S party nf friend were out In a tour Ing car much of the night, returning to tha house at s:!0 yetserday mora It.g. Ths girl took the poison Imme diately afterward. Two. men tnm hers of ths auto party are not known to the police. . AD0LFHU3 BUSCH DIES IN GERMANY. WAS WORTH $60,000,000 . (CONTINUED FROM PAGE FIVE ) . tllOOO to ths relief of ths Ohio valley flood sufferers laat spring. Two Million Yssr. His weslth waa estimated at l0, 000,000, and according to the last tax list his personal property waa assess ed at- tl.00g.0oe. In addition to ths 8t Louis financial and brewing in t areata In which bs-was Identified,-' ha was a heavy stockholder In tha Ut, Louis A- San Franctse and ths Chicago t Rock Island,-and owned coal mines la West Virginia. H was Interested In hotels In various parts -of ths country. His annual ncom was 11,000,000. v. . j. ' . Busch first bscams connected.. with the Industry with which his name was asosclated by obtaining a clerkship In ar mala house. He rose steadily and finally acquired an interest la a small brswsry. Busch Introduced the mod era mat hod a of bottling beer for ex.1 port, thus revolutionising the Industry and laid the foundation for it present great prouoruva. ;,.- 1 POISON ban -Shumakar7 and ' Villi Msaaaadlck. Thlrty-gre war prasenU . , .... . MRS. HCRLBt" OIVE8 DINNER. Mrs. J. P Hurley of Mlf North Grant street -entsrtalnod at 1 o'clock dlsner Thursday afteraoon la honor of Mrs. A. C. Roberts of Phoenix. Ore., aad - Mrs. Robt. Mitchell sf Pittsburg, pa., and Mrs. a. ix Casey. , Uevers were laid for tea. Ths Laaloa' Aid "society of First Cos- gresatioaal church held an all day quilt ing yesterday. In the church parlors. Pinner wss served at the noon hour and a very pleasant aad profltabls afternooa waa enjoyed Jy the score of members present " v.- All members of the Osk Orev Woodmen Circle No.. IS are requested to meet at Bqrwell, ball on Commerqiat. street tomorrow . afternoon at 1 o'clock for k called BieeOsg'Of Importance. : i PERSONAL MENTION. ' Assistant General Manager B. D. Levy of tha Frisco Is a. visitor In St. Louia Mrs.' John Hill. Jr., of Seattle, Wash., la visiting her sister, Mrs. W. A. Potter of. Uu) Dsuglas avenue. - Mra. B. JE. Headen of Ml Welter aveaus Is In Columbua, Kan., at the . bedslds of her sister. Dr. Rose E. Thomas, who la critically 111. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hockart returned yesterday from a hunting trip to Hoi-llater .and various points Is the White river eouatry. . . O ! ; Mrs. Bettrs T. Hill of Seattle. Wash., Haa arrived In Springfield and will epend the winter; with her daughter, Mra. W. A. Potter pt. lM Douglas avsnua. MraU J.' C. ' Jennings snd Mrs. O. U . . Vila.,. . , i. home ef Attorney thmp Jenalnsa of the Missouri naeuiy ss vaauaiijr conipaar. GC1T BATTLE IN STORE; 4 VICTIMS FROM FLYING SHOT "AT PARIS SPRINGS FEUD . (CONTINUED FROM PAGB' ONE.) others war unable to walk. It was bcllved at first that . several persons had been killed. Neseier-waa given medical attention as sqon as possible. His condition Is very' critical. - Ths causa of ths shooting Is not known,, but It Is believed that an old feud which la said to havs existed between ths Vass and Neseler families had been reopened within the last few day through varlrtus little mlaunder standings between the two men, and that - Vass bscsme enraged suddenly over some remark he heard and started out to kill Neseler. Neseler was In tha storg conversing with a number ot friends when Vass entered with the shot gun 'and opened Ore without a word of warning. Yass, f tar leaving ths scene, drove to bis borne near here-and prepared to go to ML Vernon. He arrived in Mt. Vernon late tonight, according to word received her, and gave himself up to Sheriff Charles Cherry. A temporary charge of felonious assault probably will be preferred - against the prisoner pending" ths outcome of Neseler's wounds. It l not known If any of the shots, penetrated the lungs. A telephone communication received In Springfield late last night by At torney W.' B. Skinner, of 1371 Hentoo avenue asked Skinner, who Is well acquainted Jn Paris Springs, to defend Vans. It was stated also that Nrsoler waa dead, although the report waa not verified by realdents of Paris Springs. Skinner will probably leavs for ML Vernon and Paris Springs this morning to Investigate the shooting. Paris Springs Is a tiny hamlet In Lawrence county, a few miles from Mt. Vernoa. . - EXPERIENCE OF MOTHERHOOD Advice to Expectant Mothers The experience of Motherhood Is a trying one to most women and marks distinctly aa epoch In their lives. - Not on (woman In a hundred is prepared or un derstands how to properly car for herself. Of coarse nearly every woman nowadays hag medical treatment at such timet, but many approach the expert, no with an organism unfitted for ths trial of strength, and when it is over bar system has received a shock front which it is hard to rocovsr. Following right uon this comes ths nervous strain of earing for ths child, and a distinct changs in tha mother results. There is nothing mors charming than a happy snd healthy mother pf children, and Indeed child-birth under the right conditions need be no hasaxd to health or bagoty. Tb nnexplainabl thing is that, with all ths evidence of shattered nerves and broken health resulting from an unprepared condition, and with am-pls tint ia which to prepare, women Will persist in going blindly to the trial. . Every woman at this time should rely upon Lydia E, Fink ham's Vegetable Compound, a most valuable tonic and In vigors tor of ths f smals organism, la many homes one childless ther are now children be-eaoae of tha fact that Lydia E. Plnk-ham's Vegetable Compound makes women normal healthy and strong. If yse wantspecial adrlc writ U tydla E. Plakaaaa at ed Ida Co. (esafl. deatltl) Lraa, Has. Yoar letter will be pease, read aad answered by a vrtaus asi htU U Strict re&Aa'cace. Play work run a race Walk a lot-ride a lot. Try these first cvWftouif, then ivith Wrigley's B3EJ3mE It soothes your throat moistens your mouleh. Ifs a wonderful help to en-dur.ance. You play better work better. And the pure mint leaf juice keeps your digestion right all the time. Join the happy, refreshed millions who enjoy this delicious, beneficial inexpensive habit. BUY J Chew it after every meal REBEKAHS MEET FROM 7 COUNTIES Two Pari' Gathering of Lodga Is Important Lvent. Cubool, Mo., Oct. 10. The slxih annual district assembly of the Forty-fourth district ot Rrhrkuh Lodges met here yesterday and today under the direction of Mra. Biisle Kotkmeyer, president of the Keliekah flute Assembly. The little city wsa respli-ndrnt with wejeome ar'hea and dM-ormlnna everywhere in honor of tin- occasion, the tl)re links. I. (. (I. V. and V. I- T, being in evidence In a multitude of various designs, giving ihe city a gala appearance. Thla Rt-brknh aeaemlily was given Iri connection with the ' Trl-County Association of the I. o. O. F, which now represents seven rnunlles - Texas, Wright, . DoiiKlaa. Howell, Hhannon, f'regun and Carter Km h county was wet Irepreaonled. TcskIcs, there were visitors from HprlnglU Id, Monett and some from Kansas. 'A parade formed at : o'clock yesterday afternoon waa miide up of numerous autoa and lloata and several hundred Odd Kelolwa and Rebekaha, but exercises at the fair grounds were prevented by rain. Ijiter sn address wss delivered by O. Morrison Prltehett, D, Q. of Missouri, st the opera houaa. . Tha Cabool, Willow Fprlngs and I'omona bands are in evidence In all competitive drills In tram work, bo-sides In the parades and concert e. 1'arade were given toduy, with programs Of addresara and music. WADE DUNCAN HOME ROBSEO . A robbery was committed Thursday evening at the heme of Wade Duncan In ths 400 block on West Commercial strset. THincaq'and hla family had left ths house to sttend ths Red Men's parade. On returning they found the rooms had been ransacked. A It-call-ber revolver and a woman's cloak were aliasing. DRUfW MIRROR OUT TODAY." The first Issue ot tlis Drury Mirror will be distributer! moim tha students of the ml leas thla morning after tha morning chapel servlrea. The school paper undue the new staff promises to ba ef unuaual merit thla 'year. Mi Juna Howell Is managing editor and Miss Mary Cries IT BY THE of twenty packages it costs less of ariv rlealpr stnrt mtmvm ftwsh mtmmA - ...... ' ... J U MBH The 'A -i T,..iiaa. iivJSf F,(1,M AjjT . 'ft.. gig; at Tulsa, Oklahoma Delegate! from every country in Europe, Central America, South America, Australia, New Zealand, Chins, Japan, Egypt, India in brief, from every prt of the globe will participate. It will afford A Liberal Education in Batter and More Productive Farming It Is a cenventioa that will directly Benefit ths farmer, and, through ths farmer, the merchant, manufacturer and erery class of business man. From every point of the compass Tulsa is rcachtd quickly and comfortably by um Frisco Line The Mid-Continent Route We have money to loan on real estate. Come and see us if you want fair treatment UNION NATIONAL DANK Mrs. Ijaura Cugmberlaln of Kanaaa City la visiting a few days with Mrs. 1. B. Moomsn. of 1400 Robherson avenue. ONtV ON t "BROMO QUININE." That la I.AXATIVK BROMO QUININE!. Iink for the signature of K. V. CiKOVC, Cures a -fold In One bay. Cures Urlu in Una tVsjts, Ma, BOX M0fl Look for the spear Whole World will be represented at the grMt convention and exposition known at the Inf-mitinnal Drv- j KnrmintT t .nntrrPM a. ......0 O tjctooer xtn to jib nd the International Soil Products Exposition October 22d to November 1st WAJNT ADai. TOO LATE TO CLASSirV. GOOD REL1AUUK UHUUU1ST WANT- ed must b sober sad Industrious; atust ' undsrsusd his business. Apply la par-son. M Collcsa st. , .MM KOIl RENT-a-ROOM COTTAOg; MOD-em, ut W. Walaut st. Apply 1st dear WSSt. l-a) I 1 . ' : I , I

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