St. Louis Globe-Democrat from St. Louis, Missouri on June 7, 1903 · 51
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, , -S' L St. Lc - who. de , And 9,--1 aibly 'It , line of ' Composi be is la Time N MOUS , he has ' penned vocal ri . ' . - One c Scott J . 11,15,T I dol the fact score o , compos' dent of ' counter would cially, , speech Scott I St. Lot tiaFtterugme! Of CQPit Jo ' and fat known script c - a, -nom! , from tt tion- he within .--.- , ' Sal F wit ftel Ed - pal In ou - cal - MR ' 1, , A: , . G, Sri Pt trif an all Ar tb ro th. 4 rez air A ide - ino ' tu PO pr WI er . F. - Si , Ji ti - r , , a 11 - t ' a I u , t ; - c .-4( , . - I 5f, gouis pailp, Gib THE KING OF RAG-TIME, COMPOSERS - "4 a IS' SCOTT JOPLIN- A COLORED ST. LOUISAN THE KING ,OF RAG-TIME, COMPOSERS - 4 IS,SCOTT JOPLIN- A COLORED St LOUISAN 1 . , St Louis boasts of a composer of mush; who. despite the ebOny hitt of hil features and e,-retired disposition, 'has written pos- -sibly more inetrumental successes in the 'line of popular music than any, other local , , ' composer. His nettle is Scott I Joplin, and ' he is better known all ''The King of Rag- , 'rime Writers," because of the many ta- , mous works in syncopated melodiets which he has written. He has however, also penned other classes of music and various voral numbers of note. 1 - - One of the interesting characteristics of - Scott Joplin's personality is his conserve- tism. He rarely refers to his productions - ' and does not boast of his &Witty. despite , the fact that he is possibly one out of three. 4 score of -composers who arranges his own compositions. This negro is a tutored stu- dent of harmony and an adept at bass and counterpoint: and. although Ids appearance would not indicate it. ha 114 attractive so- daily, because of the refinement of his speech and demeanor. i - Scott Joplin was reared and leducafed In St. Louis. His first notable Istaccess in in- 1, strumental music was ,The Mania Lear ' Rag." of which thousands upon thousands of copies have been sold. A year or two agu -Mr .J John Stark, a publisher of this city, ' and father of Nliss Eleanor Stark the well known piano virtuoso bought the menu- script of "The Maple Leaf" from Joplin for a -nominal sum. Almost within a month , from the date of Its Issue, this quaint crea- tion became a byword with musicians, and within another half a twelve-month cir- SCOTT 3oriami ' 111' , , .,--.,...71;,!,..:.;4-:::,;:.',i;,N. ' . .'' -,, ;- ' . , ., , .. ,.,is.:.,-; :,::i,',,.:-:,,i,,; . , aligna. Emorik, ..::;:..,i:,,::,: , ,:,::::. ,; , Etznis1:: , I, :;!'..:...,'-eJ..::: - , i '''''..:,,:,,i;:-..:, , , : -.:, ,,.-':: :,'41: ,:;:;nsi::ii,U: .,:,.,::;4 . , - ' ' . 119;--------- rt--------. ------z--t, , .. , , -- - ,------ ----- son- sies - , oplo 1 r" ,;,.,,:::,::5,::::!::::::01 . . rz -.,,,,::: ciliated itself throughout the Unio i "4'- - ,-,. lt.,:: ,,s;:::, .i: numbers. This composition wee V A ".:0'- ---- -,,,:,:::, followed by others of a like. chars( , Ae " ' 14 I ed.' :' now the Stark list embraces near - g, - . 1 , of the Joplin effusions. Following , ,c , of some of the more pronounced this writer,- embodying the odt works: . 1 "Elite St S yncopstions." . - : - - - . 1 ..' "The renuou Li s fe.' ,. - : . L. ,...... ....thi.... j 1 ! Sun The Rag-Time Dance' (song), . , I : , , , flower Slow Drag." "Swipsay Cake Walk." , "Peachedle Raz." . Air. Vtiatr. T -.14, t2 a cr ' . , .., . I ir , SCOTT 30PLIIV. - -t - QFF:ji..IA::i..-'.11.Q...w....qF.::p..5:1p:NT,:..L.Q.p13.:Ft.. THE , SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE OV THE GLOBE-DEMOCEAT. 1 PARIS, May 23.--President 40 ubet, for wiiose promised visit London is! waiting with so much anticipation. has aS his of. tidal home a building which is simply packed with historic interest.. This is' the Elysee palace. wtdch An-tot-lean visitors to Paris invariably make a point of seeing-4--from the outsideand at which King Edward was entertained to dinner during,, his recent call at the French capital. - ' , The nalace was built originally' by, the Marquise de Pompadour, Mme. !du Batry's , - A'aiser's 1)1.515lay In Venezuela . Provea' Costly. , German Merchants Claim -They Have Lost Business and Privit No More , Interventicnzl. - grsciAt CABLEGRAN To THE al,,ORM-DEALOCEAT. - tiAmBurtG, .June 6.--The newSpapers are publishing numerous letters from German- , , merchants in Venezuela,- complaining they are made ,to-- pitY for the!victory alleges. to have achieved- overd the '8(11th Artferican, republic. - The writers say that they have become objects ID f hatred And eontempt, and that the Americans get all the business going. "Even South American respect for German seamanship is gone since that-exhibition near San Carlos," says a letter dated from Maracaibo. Another firm says , the German naval demonstration cost it $74.000 on 'account of - -increased coffee duty alone. adding that in future German firms in Venezuela are resolved to .sulTer any Injustice rather than ! provoke "protection by German men-of-war." "For the Lord's sake, ikeep your 7- cruisers away from here, Wilciani, and muzzle yourdiplomatso" is their cry.1 Threlv Dice la 1 See Who Shoztla' - 1 .1111t;,oTer. Frightful Iliork of Apaches,a Ballet of Outlaws in Paris. - SPROUL CABLEGRAM TO Tag GLOBS-DIMOCRAT. PARIS. June 6American Visitors to Ileitis ars terrorized brthe misdeeds of the ijrnerous gangs of rowdies. called Apaches;t infesting the boulevards. The official police reports as follows on their latest outrage: "Six young Apaches. finding themselves without money to stake at cards, decided that the loser should stake his' life and aome -one alEC'S A 10-year-old rowdy lost the game. and walking out from the cafe about 11 o'clock on Sunday night, Jumped at the throat of tire first person eoming his way driving his long knife in between his shoulders. and killing him Instantly. As it happened, a number of policemen were in the neighborhood. and the whole gang were arrested. The state will move that all six bs guillotined as a warning. The victim was a bookkeeper, 24 years old, mafried and the father of two children."' Sahara Autos . SmA6lant the Shift', - oflie Desert. SMUT. CABLICGRAM rie GLOBR-DEXOCIAT. ' CAIRO. June 13.--A party of lArnericans hers has arranged for a trip: across the Sahats: on the desert,auto invented by George Winter-Ind Jesse Ellis. 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S e. i- y--qi it T telrg'Y T-"li'l Ili .- ' - somposetortossesessessolitialiateSterts Webb - , THE ENTERTAINER tre ' , a SAa.flitte e EIAA V s taTitat , , - 010.f41. ,,, . , er ' - j, .11f1n.... e . , 1, .i 7 14- ,lum7.1.'",------- -- ' 1st; ..-...a.. - -.....-....w .;.4, . . , - ' .- , ------. -----...-.1111.- , s i 4 .. 4,,,,,,nommoo cow v as........,zu,o.,- -....... .....a.-r. , , .., t le .-e e , - i',4-- ------.- -'-'.''',.-.Fe...i.E."Lr-ri-'r-z...z...'------ witr"4-,... , , -- ---.--" . ,, ( , --' se ir.-th--....-...-- --0............- ..' ..---.., ,.......-ei---1---.-. -. .. -.--....-4.....-.. ...- .; .. -os ..".....-.--.2--.---.--.----....----.- . 11"'" 1110 , adlo W. alonoiliWg . . - . . , 3 .- , , ' I - ..... . .. , AHEM 11111111. . -1 14 . ' qa,'"".----....--........i... .. --,-...... 1.....-.7.-,-.T..- . ........ ...v.-.- ,...... , - , THE EITTERTAINER. . . , , . . 4 SAG.Illitte iltife 8 11SA ' '.. .1'. - . -- r--: - .11:':' ''-'''''' .' : -.the next-picture in the series ot::151i-ku I ir ut, -' . , ..,. . .. , ' , - k ', r ' ' . ' . Not fehg11. - - ' '11 . dIST &COTT StorL111, . 1 - ,he 4o, k 1 - . t . ''''' - . ' ART, SUPPLE14ENTS now -beincx- Issued with the. --' .-, - - i -- . - . , - - , .-- .. - ' 11271 ........, .4. , , . - 4,,, '. . .1 , ,1 ti7-,. iti , .,,,,...,-,.,,,,..,..ti..-4,,,,,,,..te,:i, ,;,,'4I' ,t1.,(f I Is ' '1, . . it ...-- ' c..:-.': 7-,Keti, ' -4. -(1f Sunday Globe-Democrat is ,called. , ..,.... , ,,,,...;,.,,....,,..-,.....--...i. . . , , , ,,,,,,,,;:.,,,,,,,,...:, .. ,, . . T .. he Violin Re , .,... 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L . . . flffill141111P511 IIIILa ..,-. : . 1 the care o:f. five doctors.. and they were , ,,,,, -01..t . . ...- .,. ,,,- . 1-7---"--- '-' '....".7....".23----- -- -- ---,-7-:--31-e-----;-----"--, . ' : ,. unable to relieve .111m., Read the follow-- 4...,,, ---- '-i. , . ,, c;,.'-.., ."---. alim -71111177". t 711IP - . - ... : sal - -' - - lug testimonial:; -'., ,,. ; ., '...,' .- '- ,. , . r.-4 t' A - .., ,.,z' 1 , r1,-..''- it4". '-i-,L, 4 ef. t e 1 ', . . ' . ; ' , i ' - ,-, , ' :- 'r t . . , . . ,. .. -:' . ! ' : . "Dr. Muhyon. Philadelphia. Pa.! . .; - 2-11.! 4. .....r ' ,.0.40.01wee- 0, B .... ; --.: , .L4L :' - - - "."""'WMIMMEM41001,NNE01.' lk."l0MMMI - zag 1011 11 OEM.. .4,tinogopoommon... miaow Imv-womoVron am, a , I rheumatie pains for three years; wee under I - 1 I 1 7 r 1 4111111116. 11111111ik '14 -- '4. the care of five of the moat prominent ph. ..140- ,A"?.! v-,, , - 4,01,1- - " - Ltr.ze,t--, : elleinnn In ' .uolut3 none or wriom, were it ' fK-n . $ able tes give me any relief. Tried many no-. "41 . called Rheumatit Cures' that were adver-, rl tised. and found no relief in any.. "A friend advised rue to take your cure r-. A14 A, I.Emomimmoli.monomolommown 1.0 INIMOdatONIEMOIMOIMMED f I 1 and I started in to take the medicine with , , .""' J.,,:miemmo.,0mpmEmimolum.i.m,tagnmm:,emoomm.ommil .41m11mompoolfto.mo wotomomm .,.m. ...imtbleotoom.10 0 .MORe hew 10001 ' , ;001, , t4 I c.e1--------;;,.. ,17,- ' ip...imes - -1. rittle -faith, After the first few dose pai s n 1 L ' I ': ;.'".-f tt - - - i -If.-- '141' -;;-1 -1 l'I ' '''''' , , egan to leave infzt and after I had taken . . ' - lassnaLl leaS losstil astalklasz- -:' , - - n b - one bottre I had no sign of pain. Yours k ' 1.:''''''' . .3,,, ' ' '''' - , . . ,. ,, , et , ed itself throughout the 1..TniOtt in vast . his latter-day compositions is "The Enter-. very truly.. , GEORGE HENRY," , - 4 ,.....4 pi 14 t. ls:0 ' , Dere. This composition wee speedily tainer it " a few bars of which are herewith ' I-. , t , ' wd e by others of a likel character, until g is iven. It a jin ng gli' work of a very 1 L LORIIAINE - i ., . . , , , A 1 k , ,,, :,----, , . , . , . I ,. lorl,,,i , , , '. , - :,''' f- , , , .. , Ow Stark list embraces nearly a score original character,embracing various strains - - i , le Joplin effusions. Following is a list of a retentive charactert which s AS AC ,, et the foot i - ie of the more -pronunced pieees by in spontaneous action and leave an indelible m o writer,- embodying these oddly titled imprint upon the tympanum. - I - ' S,t, ILL LOYÉS FRANCE - "'' ''' 'I i, ., c , . . ,s: . , Joplin' s ambition is to shine in other ,I lite St Syncopations." ' spheres. Re affirms that it is only a pas- ., 1. ," I i . ,115s, ... 40,(k. , , . mu., . 4,,,,.,-$ ..mr30,.,..1,,,,,A.,,s.tal.1....,,,,,,,AL.........,.., , "3"-,;,---,,s,'-zARe- :- ,--::04,t - , .-'7,,,z. - slzs,woo,,,t ,tc,., , . x ,, ih..,,,,,, Li ....04 ', .. he r Li enuous fe." time for him to compose Syncopated music ' ..r . - - ' , s 1---1 ., , 1 -;4'.1"'.-,;, . "'"", ,tit,if : .ite "4 '.'."'..--,-;,,,-. .... ' -, . '4,,,,$.',.. OTP,,71,0,,-; ,..,10" ',"..,c "E - . , . . culated itself throughout the Union in vast numbers. This composition wag speedilv followed by others of a likel character, until now the Stark list embraces nearly a Score of the Joplin effusions Following is a list of some of the more pronounced pleCes by this writer,. embodying these oddly titled works: , 1 "Elite, Syncopations." . ' "The Strenuous Life." The Rag-Time Dance" (song), "Sunflower Slow Drag." , , "Swipsey Cake Walk." i "Peacherine Raz." "Maple Leaf Rag." ' .. , .,., . Probably the best and most euphonious of THE ELYSEE PALACE,' predecessor in the favor of Louis XV., and It was not until after her death that the -place first passed into royal bands, when the king bought It fromfr the. brotner of his former favorite. Mule. :however uspd the palace as -a residence for ambasfiadors extraordinary. The revolutionists confiscated the Elysee. and in 1803 it was bought by Bonaparte's famous aid. Gen.- Murat, who lived at the palace until he departed for Naples. of ,which Napoleon had lappointed him king. ' I Then the emperor himself took Vossesslon of the Elysee. He lived there almost con and another for a heavy road. The Sahara auto engaged by the American party is an omnibus, capable of accommodating forty people. Asimilar kind of vehicle is now used by the English to transport troops to the Soudan. Velocity, three to four miles an hourlittle enough. but it seats the camel. The natives are as much opposed to the Sahara auto as the roadhouse keep. ers and livery men were to the introduction of railways. , Inscril5lion On Tonzbslone Tells of . Awful Tragedies. SPECIAL CABLEGRAM TO THE C4tosz-Dtmocswr. BUDA-PESTI-I. June 6.A party of Americans stopping here, after a tour Of Interior 1-tungary, report the following tombstone,. inscription which they encountered in De- -i 'breezine ,, 1, .... , , ETERNAL PEACE. : Joseph ?dories. Senit;r.' Age el-. Shot to - , 4 ' Death by His Son. , - ,t,iliabeth Morten. -Me 17. Died by Suicide - ,, After Murdering Her Mother. Joseph Morley.. Junior. Died in Prison, 27 . - , - , Tears Old. Hs Murdered His Father. r : , z, May tbe Lord Have Mercy Upon their Soule: ! Anterican Zz?hers' , - and Notes Confiscated , for Les Alai-este Sszczkr, CABLZOIRL31 TO TEC GLOBE-D2NOCUT. BERLIN, june ft.-The police raided the A. Eichler music company, a ,branch of a New York concern. and Confiscated several wagon loads of Music printed in the United States. Music 'and text are said to be teeming with lese majeste, though the titles sound rather innocent. viz: ,"Poland Isn't Lost Yet," "Strawberry cimapps." "The Revolution of 1830." etcr, - The- police say these seditious songs were altogether too -popular among the Polish clubs. who also adopted the American zither, "thus wed., ding republican music .to republican cats- , - , , Generous Italian - - Legatee Gave - - II" Large Fortune. SPVIAL CABLZOIAM TO THIS GLOSII-DEMOCRAT. ROME. June 6.Dr.,,fto1derint. of Sacc4.. who died a few days ago. left his entire for. tune of 1120.000 to his farm bailiff. There was a scene'at the funeral when the will was read. the relatives of the doctor expressing themselves very freely about the manner in 'which they had been overlooked. The bailiff thereupon executed a deed making over i1u0,00u to be' divkled equally amopg the relatives present. rctalning the balance of 20,000 for himself. ailp, Glilbt Malad ilMiminEmelorMOIO 1 m1 ."'.am.01;. 01111111MEIMEMMMEM IMF emomemmnpa . ...",.... . 7..".awnw.monom.mmom,m alai saialka , - his latter-day compositions is "The IDntertainer" a few bars of which are herewith given. It is a jingling work of a very original character,embracing various strains of a retentive eharactert which set the foot In spontaneous action and leave an Indelible Imprint upon the tympanum. - 1 Joplin's ambition is to shine In other spheres. THe affirms that It Is only a pastime for him to compose syncopated musk and be longs for more arduous work. To this end he is assiduously toiling upon an opera, nearly a score of the number, of which he has already composed and which be hopes to give an early Production In this nitY. MON11.04 H. lipsENFELD tinuously toward the end of his' reign, and it was at the palace that his brother Lucien waited for him after the battle of Waterloo. The palace, however. did not lose its rank after Napoleon's abdication, for it was first occupied by the emperor of -Ruisia and then by the duke of Wellington. Then the famous Duke de Berry becatne lord of the Elysee, and at the Elysee 'Napoleon M., as president of the republic, was frequently a guest. It was, in fact in the council room of the palace that the erstwhile president planned the coup d'etat by which be made himself emperor. American Boiled Illeat Has Trouble . . - In Germany. SPCC1AL CAVILIGIAM TO TIM 01,0131KDENOCSAT. . COLOGNE. June 6The department vet- erinary surgeon general, Dr. Lothes.; has decided -.that boiled meats from foreign countries ugt not beAmoorted un4r the law. The Berlin Tagblatt, however.-claims that the decision is not borne Out by the new- law,. and that cooked meats may be irriported, in any quantities.' entail and large chunks. lOnly the Agrarian papers-uphold Dr. Lothes; .they , say the -Yankees will have a: fine time of it trying to limport cooked meats via the Dutch frontieri, which is Lothes department. Lese Alajeste , .Trust Pro posed - by King Leo Itsolat. SPRCIAL CANIAGILA,M To las GLOBIC-DSMOCRAT. I BRUSSEleS, une 11.--This court is negotiating with that of Berlin and ,othcr3 to join a lese majeste trust. Leopold. who' considers himself the most maligned of monarchs, maintains that when one king is blackguarded all others stiffer in prestige, hence all are interested in stamping out the heinous crime of lesemajetyte. If Leopold succeeds in applying Mr. 'N, alsh theories on trusts to the realms of invective. European editors better get off the earth. Etti nie Old and Feeble Is Now -- i-Visiling in Roble . , , - SPECiAL CABLEOILLIK TO TliZ OLOSIC-DZMOCILATROME.-June 6...Old Empress tugenie can be seen daily tottering .across the street, leaning heavily on her cane. Her figure is' n:ore bent than ever and she is greatly ems., clatedbut her eyes, and smile are still briftht and fascinating. She is stopping here with Count Primoli. who married a, Bona' Parte. The empress is Ti years old. Kino- of Witrtemburg - , , ,to . , , Rode in a .Coach. SIOCCIAL CASIJOBAU to Tall GLOOE-DEMOCIM.I. STUTTGART. June 6.The king arrived here from Karlsruhe in an ordinary pansenger coach. owing to the break-down of his saloon carriage, and loyal citizens are wondering whether the world is coming to an end. Some little time ago areal princess rode in a street car, now a king hi a passenger , coach--"awful," say the wiseacres - Von Holleben s Gift , Had Substantial Feature. SPECIAL CABLIGIAM TO MB GLOBT-DISMOMAT. BERLIN. June ftThe solitaire decoration to the order of the Red Eagle granted to ex-Ambassador von Holleben Is Worth $32,10. When Holleben dies the scarlet hod goIs back to his majesty, butthis farullY may keep the diamonds. 5f. gouis aw .6 . 0 di 4A,q, to t44 no ,Y N.1 4.04, I ar 4. t44WoN lit le 1 If, CZ,4,116AJ t It ....,..t, AO al, liyA,64Z t z;4.0e.41, ve.9 AL, mkt 00 .. i , ' . .. ... - - .., - . , . , . , , ' . . . ra LI RIY0 N 'S , . - - :. -, . . ,., , . ,. , . , . ., -rir. - .,- . , , elima, 1 . ) ST ----:, . ITSAN lintiSM Clirn : rill iat ' T1 KIN T1 1141 ; - : 1;Pnotil -.(731- . -. t . s s 5 -.111 4'2 ' ' I .'Dear DoctorI suffered torture,,with I I IN ! M , s' 410 1 El Boiled - 1. , t - gentztraf, 5imbai1 I'dtorning raurtivoridlis Rhetintatisill Cure Mr.- George Henry. of No. 120S North Shtth street. St. Louts. Mo.. a prominent business man of St..Louts. was cured of rheumatism after three years of suffering. During the three years he was under the care of five doctors. and they were unable to relieve .hirn- Read the fiAlowing testimonia1 :14 ."Dr- Munyon. Philadelphia. Pa.!, 'Dear DoctorI suffered torture,with rheumatic pains for three years; waa under -the care of five of the most prominent pill,- sicians in St.- Lou!. none of whom, were able to give me any relief. Tried many so-. called Rheumatit Cures' that were adver-. Used. and found no relief in any, "A friend advised trio to take your cure and I started in to take the medicine with little -faith. After the ftrst few doses pain began to leave tnizi and after I had taken one bottre I bad no sign of pain. Yours very truly.. - GEORGE HENRY." - ALSACE-1,01111AINE- - STILL LOVES FRANCE xEITItEit. REPRESSIVE NOR' CONCILIATORY POLICY BY OERNA. NY EFFECTS A CHANGE. I ' 1 Bitter Attack on rranee .Bousee Storni of Indignation in the Annexed Country. a Sterciat CABLZGRAM tO TEN GLOSIC-DIMOCRAT. PARIS, June 6.:-After baying tried for many year to coerce the Frenth-thinking and France-loving ,.people- Of .Alsace-Lorraine into love for Germany, Lmperer William has evidently changed his policy. tied Is verythosi showing the same people how extremely thankful they ought to feet for having beet adopted by the glorious Gere man empire. No matter what one may think, of the kaiser generally. one can not deny his political cleverness or the ability of his press agents. ' Ever since the kaiser' s 'reeent visit to Metz, the inspired press of the empire has published columns ot comment on the importance of the visit.. : In4t, recent issue of the Journal l de Colmar, Abbe Wetterle, who Is a member of the Reichstag from Alsace- Lorraine, has just published an article which is very insulting to France. and seems very strange when the kaiser has eeveral times made it understood that he has no. higher desire than to visit .Paris, and when his sailors have. suet been fraternizing with' those from the French men of war On French soil. The article says: , ' .. - The Insulting Article. "'France was formerly a country renowned for, its generosity, power and glory. but not a trace of this generoalty and glory remains after the scandalous. anti-ciericel government's attacks upon the holy ordere of the church. Its credit is ruined. Its army and government corrupt to the verv core. The number of criminals and swindlers are continually increastng anti strikes are the order of the day. Industry and ceartnerce fire falsning. and the people of Frauce arearradually being deprived of the. liberty for, which- their forefathers fought so valiantly, and enthroned- upon all these ruins efts a government of mediocre egotists. Germany. on the other ride, is meet by a sovereign who knows hoar to cover his country and his Imperial crown with glory. I , -, . I "The striking contrast between the prosperity et Germany proves the usefulness of a just and -, tolerant government. True enough, even In Germany, -there are men who strive to bring upon us the same disasterse but the firm hand of our young kaiser has. happily always been able to suppress them, and now lately the venerable old man who guards the holy Catholic church has laid his blessed hand in the loyal hand of the German emperor, and this signifies to the whole world that a new union of greater material and moral power than any previous union in history has been formed. Unluckily, the people of Alsaceseem too stupid to real ze the ,ereat blessings showered upon the) and the results of the efforts of the Imperial press agent Ills been rather asappointing to the master. .. . , rranbo-German Resentment. . :The article has aroused a storm of Indignation in lAlsace-Lorraine as vell as in France, and the hatred against Germany has teen fanned to the danger point. The very best woof of the general feeling is shown by he , fact that the Journal d'Al- 1) sacs, a pa er l which has been printed in German for more than a hundred years, has suddenly apPeared in French, and announces that in the ftiture it will be published In that language only. Another newspaper. the Notiveau Journal de Straszbourg, prints news' under the beading of Germany and Aleace-Lorraine." The kaiser Is-furious over this audacity, which -he, has no polver to punish. '' I 4 , 1 A prominent Paris paper, speaking of the approaching visit of the American equadron to Kiel; Pays: "It would, no doubt. ,cool the friendly feeling of the United States toward Germany if they knew what the kaiser thinks of republics in general. But the peo pie of that country across the sea. one of whose characteristic is blunt frankness. hear only the honeyed words of the German emperor and do not perceive the knife in his sleeve." 's- , , , if vier L. a . , ' we Fifty 4-' , Days thtdergrOund . I 11 Food. zt tout oo . t CHARKOFF. June 6.Col. Bulaseltfsanager of the coal mines, reports that a minor was discovered in an abandoned shaft., where he had strayed fifty days ego, having been without food. drink, light. or sufficient air for that entire period. He was unconsciou s. and almost every particle of flesh had wasted from his body, but the hospital authorities say he will recover. IS IA- DISEASE! "willpower" Will Not Cure It. - Drink Is the greatest rime of mankind. Many n young man of greatest promise has tumid the 'disheeorod grave of a glrunkard inatead of ka honorable 'place in ociSty. Physicians I bats long recognized that eon-. ttnued Indulgence In alepholic stimulants causes the stomach and digestive organ to beeomo d.seased. Is the vast tualority of cases. there, fore, babitual drunkenness is a physical disease. and no amount of Mental resolve or 'faith enre" will cure If. "ORRINE" WILL posrrtvrty AND PERMINENTLY CURE THE DRINK LIABIT. We guarantee this and will refund the mosey should the remedy fail. But it OPter tiqes faill "ORRINE" Is tasteless, edorless and color. less, sad can be given without the patient's knowledge in tea. coffee, water or milk. It tones op the diseased stomach and gives a hearty appetite and good digestion. Iklember s of the W. C. T. 13.. elerrernem phi "Irian and nubile men an over the land autiors this wonderful remedy. Rev. Thos. C. Easton. DD., 627 Z. Capitol St., Washington, D. C.. writes: "I can wifely affirm. from el, Ik91 under tuy personal observation. that ORRINE is a marvelous and permanent remedy for throaty inebriates." St per box. 8 boxes for 14. Securely waled; Postpaid. gPti rnaPed tree en Irt.0 &Imam OBRINE CO.. Washington, D. Cu , ended b 1 WOLT1r-WILSON DIII.70 co.. Sixth it. and Washington as?.. St. Lents. Ito. I - -- "r - on rrance .Bouse!; a If triak2ipjliatirjrAtit 41p '; 'Aunt 7, 19013. The next-picture in the series of,:13EAUTIF:134... ART SUPPLEMENTS now beings Issued Glob , Sunday .e-Democrat is balled "The Violin Rep.rsict i a splendid copy of the Original patnting by the celebrated artist, Castialiene. t , 7;1', .,Srf , c.;,.,,,R::.s.: ,,, , $5 - - - 'Irt7 - - ''' - 7 f---:--,-- 4 f--- 4 ' litl... I - ' -r r-- ', .: , ''s : ,. s - -, , v-714,-, -,-,--,.-',. ' ,;-. 2 . CON.; w,,--- - - , ai''.. ' .- '2 : - . ' ' - '. .' --. ' - -',, , . ' ,,,' s, ' -, -'''' -- - -.1' ' ' . - -, .1 --- M . .. - . , .. . . . : ' . -, he Violin Recital. r'. .- ,.,7, LLL , ,.. . . . tried for - 4q940,:104Cf04:4?4004:ofsiN,S:41:-.i:4,0F.,I0',.?.):Xis-4,11.44.NOKEeXilN40 -thinkin - - : 1g . , -. imace-Lor- , t "THE,YIOLIN, RECITAL," by Castigliene, is unquestionably the Ze. ero y r Wit- . .,'4. most beautiful picture that has'ever. been given by any publication as a free T. 2 - He. atql . , 4 .n, , - eople how - gift to its sunscoers. It is like a magnificent scene from a costume Play of . t) 4 o reel for , , . rio ua Ger- t , . , the Sixteenth century. Brilliant in color, admirable in the Actineation of ;2 oe may kn e Can not character and splendid as-an opulent oil painting,..it is a canvas worthy to . , the ability : , . - s I be placed in any artistic gallery. It will appeal to THE GLOBE-DEMO- ';',..) - t vt to - sir mpire has --- , I, ",, 'A .cRAT family strongly, and be a thing of beauty and a joy forever in thou- I) . al the im- : , .. r ,k A rit. Issue of X san-ris of heimes ,0 - . - , . . 4q9..:-04-04.0-,1:4?40,:q..-.&),"'NS:;:-FA-S4-F.,,,s--40,-?.x.0cis.,,!,-4-s-.....Nxt---Nok!exfx-10 -- - t ' "THE RECITAL," by Castigliene, is unquestionably the 0 4. most beautiful,picture that has 'ever. been given by any publication as a free 1. , $ gift to its 'subscribers. It is like a magnificent scene from a costume play of 3, the Sixteenth century. Brilliant in color, admirable in the delineation of 72 . $ character and splendid as-an opulent oil paintineit is a canvas worthy to - $ be placed in any artistic gallery. It will appeal.to THE GLOBE-DEMO- 'A RAT family strongly, and be a thing of beauty and a joy forever in thou- I) . , .. . .. . - 4) sands of homes . . - - . .., , , . THE GLOBE-BE-DEllOCRAT is peculiarly gratified in pres-entingiat ;') t , .. ) this time so admirable -a painting to its readeri. The story tells of a noble ',. . . Italian family listening to a violin recital by .a yoting Tuscan musician. .- : Y The scene illustrates a princely 1101.1;ethe- marble tiled II6ori., the ).,..ct - S royal furniture, the priceless tapestry surrounding the room, suggest vast t- ., . . co NV e al t h and exquisite taste. In the foreground stands the young :musician . ('-' playing to his audience of half &dozen superbly attired celebrities.. - There is . A , the cardinal in his 'crimson robes of office, gentle of face and appreciative. s A ' of the efforts of the aspiring youth.1 The ladies in their rich gowns; the -Z!. t . .,.. child with its intense yearning look; the sers.-itor with his eager exPecta. nt .f, . glance at the creator of the ravishing strains, are all finely.drawn and per i , fectly p-ortrayed. . . ..-) k Then, the lorcrof the manor sits snug and 'comfortable listenin g -.th 1,,k 1 .1 . . 2 only half interest to the graceful recital, his taste evidently being,of the t il flaming sword rather than the sentimental instrument. 'Every.- figure in the t ..., T group breathes of human feeling and brilliant treatment. The atmosphere - i of the entire picture in all its varied phases is amazinglY vivid:- Nothing .i,'I . like it in color, tone and taste has been given in the present seijes., . , i. . . - .., , - -- - - - - -- ' - ' - 1 S TO' - : - - glc - H fec 9 on , fla - gr 'I of - ?) kg), le-tAcx. q,,:a0C,4004,q0-6 "4):C - iNC - , Don't forget to order your next Sunday' Globe- D6nlocrát NOW, or you may miss t.111.s. magnificent piciure,,and, by doing so, leave your "collection incom. plete. : ; - - Remember, It Is FREE! - , , w , , , ,, .::: . . . . . , OKLAHOMA WIFE '''. , , , , -- - ' MURDERER DOOMED - . , .- . - .. - - UNITED STATES SUPREBIE counT -ATTIE. DEATIE SENTENCE . - - ON THOIdAS QUE,ENAN. , , Nystery of the Terrible Crime Cam-ranted Three Yeare Ago Has Never re eq, Explained. - , . , spaciAl. VisPATell I Tits GLost-Dsitoclay. OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLA.. June 8.The United States SuDreme Court has said Thomas P. Queenan of Oklahoma City-must bang for the mrder of his wife in that city on January 27., 1000. This case has been fought in Abe courts for three years." and in eaoh ingtance ,Queenan has lost. His plea has been insanity. As a result of grief and worry over the murder. Queehab's aged father has Idled and it is feared his mother will not long survive the intelligence that the &trireme Court has also decided against her son.l The attorneys for Quee. Il an :will at once petition the governor for a communtation Sf sentence, which. It ls believed, will be granted. as there will be 130 remonstrance aled against ltQueenan killed his wife on Isnuari 27. was indicted on February 21, following and was convicted and sentenced to hang at that same term of court. An rineal was taken to the Oklahoma sunreme ,court, which affirmed the decision of the lower court. and Queenan was again aentenced to harm. On a writ or error the case was taken to the Untied States Su-?reme Court and the final verdict has been given. Judg Burwell at Okinhorc cte for the third time sentence Queenan to hang. No reason has ever 'A..... ..arneel why Queenan should nwrder his wife. They had been married but a few years. having one child. a 2-year-ol4 daughter. H. had formerly conducted a barber shoo. which adjoined a millinery store, in which Nita, Ella Hough was employed as a trimmer. Their meetinz was followed by a brief courtship. then marriage. No word of re. proach had ever, been said regarding her. and she was the only woman, so far as known. he had ever cared for outside his Immediate family. There was evidently no reason on his part for jealousy and he had never intimated such. On the other band. although at the time of the murder be was employed as a bar loll ',,.T4.p.:yjo.1!0...:R,01.,a!-, , -,11i, , , - 0, , , , ' ' ' t '. ' ' '' '" ' ., ' , '. .!- i - ,, ' .-- -, ' , . , . vnnodwern..2vueerentoa nq quarrel c:rdures i ko ireA ni:t.v'e 1w:flea, guage. He had no bad habits except gam- bling. and wait known to have gambled g few nights before the killing of his wife.- On the day of the murder Queenan asked a friend to work for himia little while. and went out. It was only two blocks to his home. Soon two shots were fired. lind Queenan was seen to Jump from a aecond- I story window. taking with him glass. sash and all and breaking hie leg by striking It 4 I against a box. When found and Induced to snook he muttered somethior about haring' , sneak he muttered something about having killed bis wife and child. The child . which the father had evidently intended killing with its mother. escapod uninjured from the place. and was later found in the rear yard unhurt.- The setters body was found deaden the floor. two bullet wounds in the breast. No cause for the killing has even been suggested- It has remained a mystery. The pletol was empty when found. - Queenan has been a model prisoner in the Oklahoma county jail. where he bae . been incarcerated since the killing. Be bee bad numerous opportunities to esrapt but bas taken advantage of none of Chem. He has at al times manifested absolute in-' difference as to the tine, outcome of btu Be is now 3 2 yearsold- , ' r , . WMky . .. " On El versr ongue . , Famous tor two gtrerattons all' over the rotod fitoti -- - - Famous now all sho warli hod autdoy lending floats aweryw hero- 13c tont! Oistillad; natura-dy aged. bast t - and aatest for ad uota. .1 L. MAYER. Rooldont Agent. Hotel Rooter. St. Loots. BERNHEIM BROS., Otatillora, Leolaretrai Kt - Famous tor two et rerattons ifl ' over the rtt!to:i fitAtel - Famous now sof-br sho warli sod svtd ..sy lending floatsa as-erys t era clentthcally naturatly aged. best and safest tor ad uses. .1 L. MAYER. Reoldont Agent. Hotel Roster. St. Louts- - SERNHEIM BROS., Lool.latelos. , I 1;1'.-il ' - , 'I), :.i.)04,bet - 14(0,is.:b - cvc . evercnti Tein,erance Talker Ozticonz , , , - by T1zirs1., dlIALLE, GERMANY. Jun6---Rev. Prins Ittetemer was sentenced to sit months i , jail tor going about saloons and habitualiy getting drunk without having the where. withal to .pay. lUs mutts was that. as 11, rreacher of total abstinence for Counteas Waidersee's -Blue-Cross society . be watt compelled to talk so muchon ths horrors - and delights of alcohol as to contract unquenchable thirst- driving kiln to saloon Whether be had money or not. - Didn't Differentiate. rriltre the Itemise eity Journal. - The politest men in the world Use In Nang. sat. An Iola husband suing for divorce ro.1 citeit in his petition that "the said defend-, tint has acted in Puch a way that the saij . husband has bad difficulty in distinguishing her treatmett of him as a husband from her treatment of others rbo bore au melt role, lion to tier. I. A. 466,

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