St. Louis Globe-Democrat from St. Louis, Missouri on November 20, 1909 · 3
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I . , f . ,- r, , ' , - ' - . ; , ; , - , . . 'I f - , D HEAT TH nniDn , -,., , ,! ,, , 1 - , ', i iP'..146 A PIA'N LA 4REC. -I Ji. an.:14 -: 2. , ., , ., , ..., Olt 1114 ktf,4 1 II JUPUltilli ,---,-..---,,,,---,----, --,- -,..--,- t-t, ,- ,- , ; , ,, . ' I ' -,, : , ..t I - 1 t - - -,-- - '- -,,,,-- - iormitiwail, ; - -,,,,,. - - -,- 1 i , - ' I . ' 9? 1 ' ' ' ' , 1ZS ' i ' , ? i I - . 4 s et, 1N1 1. I , t ' 3 t URGES WIDER FIELD' FOR HEALTH BOARD CensaS Statistician Tells the Freeholders 1 of 'Sanita-'- , tion's Importance. , ERRORS IN lAX SYSTEM ! , , Data SI )ws Allan with $750 Incme Iay $11 50' Into iLL - , Treasnvv. ' i ' .City reau.17. i 1 , ' I G. Powers, 1 chief statistician of the Census Bureau at 'Washington, D. Ce In a ;conference yesterday with the mem, bers of the Board-of Charter Revision ' , Freeholders, urged tthat 4 the powers of the mtualcipal Health Department be enlarged in the new city cnarter. ' , "The cities of the United States," he said, "are rapidly realizing the Ili:laneal advantage of providing , tor the public health. i A decrease in the mortality rate ' is of as much importance to a city as ' I are its t public Improvements. The ex.. 1 1 penditure of one dollar, in the saving tilts among the working classes, or : ' city will ultimately; mean the saying ef ' five dollars In the expenses of the city - government. In anticipation of the gTelring importance of the public thealth i r1 the cities. I would recommend that the functions -of the Health Department be enlarged and that its t)tkwers over the city hospitals be extended." , In a discussion with F. W. Lehmann, chairman of the Board, Mr. Powers showed. - by statistics,: ,of the Census ! Bureau. that 5 per cent- of the annual , income of an average wagearner in St. , Louis goes to the support of the city government, exclusive of school t taxes. A St. Lotilsan, it was shown, with an annual Income of $750. paid into the 1, city treasury $44.50 a year for' the r maintenance of the , municipal govern' rnenten amount greater per capita than the per - capita he pays to the natinnal, state and county governments combined,- This amount is an average, - calculatirg that taxes, and water rates fall on the consumer:4n the form , of rent. , t 4 H ' I Decries Increase in Boucle.' Mr. -Powers said that the present tend-, eney In municipal government was to increase the bonded indebtedness- but that V. this tendency would ultimately have to be checked. He criticised the city governments for not including in their re-.ports of lindebtedness the waterworks 7 debt, becauseitj was not classified as a direct burden on , the taxpayers. He - urged that this should be included in es- timkting the limit of taxation under the !t law. He decried the thcreasine mortgage debt of the cities, which he characterized as anything but a blessing. I t According to the figures of Mr. Powers. St. Louts has been expending $17,18 per capita for municipal 'current expenses and Si.29 toP : permanent improvement exit elusive of the schools. f rn 1905, he said, St. Louie was getting out of debt, at the - rate of 2.19 per capita per annum, the situation in this city being better in this , regard then In any other city of its size , In the United States. 2 , - ' Referring to the question of ,municipal Itaxation. IV Powers exbressed , the be- 1 lief that ,there is no just method; of as. sessing taxes. He assured the Freehold, er..i that rieh and poor alike would willingly pay, taxes, if it wore shown there was no waste in expenditure, and that , the city ',AMR getting value received for the taxes imposed. School buildings. gen erally cost about twice as much as they -.1 ' should. he said t, i I 1 f p r Urges 'City . ccounting System.. To the end Of "showing" the taxpayers - that they are getting an economical muUnicipal administration in St Louts, ,he urged a vstem of murlicipal accounting ;which would give accurate regular state'rnents on the cost and the operation , of the city d,partmonts anA the specific, work under way, , 4 ' Powers reelomthended a State Board of Jiccounting for Missonrii to the end that a uniformity in city accounting might be secured and thus bring about more economic municipal administrations ,all over the state. .1 The Freeholders will hear a report frOm 1 the Board, of Public 'Improvements at next Tues4a3r's meeting , - , , - , 10ENTRAL MISSION HOLDS.- .I ANNUAL! PRAYER SERVICE. 1 ir,'rev W. 3 IticHittrick In Principal - ,- Address at Downtown Institution , , -1- Counsels Against ' Pride , 1.- qt is Simply Impossible-for God to help Ms,"- said Rev. Dr. W. J. McKittrick, ad. dressing the annual service of praise and Prayer at Ce-Aral Misston. 616 North Elev. street, yesterday, "if we-get the idea ' that God-made of us his masterpieces and all the people around us are our inferiors; If we think curl own little church Is the only church where the real Gospai is Preached, and our I prayer meeting the , only prayer meeting where real prayer is offered." Dr. McKittrick's , address was ij from 2 to 3 &clock., One of its strongest points was an emphasis gin the truth , of answered prayer. "It is themost fool, ish argument in the woild," he said,. "to ' say that ' prayer IS not answered We 1)-'ray because God is our Father." The new pastor. Rev- James M. Btultz. told of his satisfaction in being in this downtown work. He conducted a. Bible reading with the thought, "They that wait 'upon the i Lord " Dr. McKittrick's talk followed, and from a to 4 Rev. Dr. -Nlerle Anderson, of fhe King's Highway Presbyterian Church, led the service. Mrs. W. A. Gait held a mothers' hour" from to 5; Mrs. 'W. G. Boyle, Niiss ' Mary Aull, Mrs. H.-I HI Wagoner and other members of the board were present dur. ing:most of the day. A luncheon was served at noon.' The mothers of the mis sion will be entertained by the board at ' their annual Thanksgiving dinner. next Wednesdiy afternopnL - ' CAN NOW PAY SALARIES. 1 Second Injunction -Issued in Kansas City Council Fight. , SP IICIAL DIEF.CrCEI TO 1HE GIJOBE-DEMCICEAT JEFFERSON CITY,,,X0.; November 19. John F. Harding, Oty counselor of Kansas 'City, secured a temporary writ, of -prohibition in the Supreme Court to-day , prohibiting Judge Parks of the Circuit, Court from enforcing a temporary injunc-' tion 'which he issued against the City Council of Kansas ,City to restrain that' body from appropriating any money for any purpose until $675,t101) asked for the maintenance of the Police Department, aas appropriated. , , This injunction of Parks tied up the Council so that the civiir salary list could not be appropriated. Under the temporary writ of prohibition of the Supreme Court the Crittenden administration may go ahead arid appropriate Aother money. The writ was made returnable on December 1 - EAR.' ! I ! , - ' ': - : MESSIAWS 75TH YEAR. ! '. . - : .. , - 'Unitarian Church.I.Will Celebrate the - - 1 1 Xvent Thanksgiving Day. , Two' special -I services are in , prepare. ,, Con for the commemoration of he LIM- . tartan Church of the Messiah's seventy-L- I Mai anniversary, 1,which falls on next Thursday.- One of these will be the - . Thanksgiving Day service on the morning of that day, , when Rev. Dr. Ti L. --' Eliot of Portland. Ore., and the . pastor, ,. Rev. John W.) Day, will speak. ', , t . The second anniversary service Is on the following SundaY evening. NOvern , ber 48, with -addresses by Rev. George I 'R. Dodson of the Church of the !Unity, . Rev. Pedro Ilgeri of Abe Evangelical' ' Protestant Church! of ' the Hqly JGhost. Rabbi ; Samuel I Sale of Temple Shaare Emeth and Rev.aAlltert H. Jordan -of the First Congregational Church. , ., , .,,' I '.; '. Poetry Along, with Preaching. 1 , The Maple Avenue Reformed Church Is ' ' baying a unique series of Sunday evening services. The sermon last Sunday evening - ' on "The: Leadership of Little Children." I was accompanied by a recitation of Eu- , 1 gene Field's "Little Boy Blue" and the singing of a touching lullaby. TO-MOrTOW 1 - : evening will be -given to a service On ..t: 1 I Consolation." t The pastor, Rev.- '3. !H. , String. willpreach on "Healing Leaves." There will be a recitation of James Whit. ' eomb Riley's "0 Heart of Mine" and spe' - alai solos of spiritual comfort and songs - of good cheer. ' On November 28 the q , Young Ladies' Della Alpha Club will offer .0 -special features and the theme- will he , I "Through Love Serve One Another." Oth- -... sexspecial ,topics are to follow. - . I i ' 1 , , . - . 1 ' 1 1 . . . - : . 1 4 1 LO I011017f , you , , Veteran Critic Who Will Be Buried To-Day. i -, 0 4 2 -t a t t ---, c."47nnrg r -e N 1 r 7 ( 7 1 1 n n n reff N I 1111 ytrapace r.liedilingkektm flaritone. t ; , ,.. . s-s. ; -!.,,,I. -.... ' : 1 1 I it, 1 , (t 1 5 K--11.0v1511...sii II , rat-. erge I,. nalman at Me Planola and k)rgan. . . SYSTEM ,s'-'-',, ' g , - U LIUULILI... W.)111, 1-61!;) 11111111LI , I , , - , , PRO GRIkM ' ' ,,,, , ,. ; . , ' 1 ' 1 - ' , ' v,, ,,,t . s, ,...,,, -; , Rhapsodie HongroiseNo.12....Liszt - (a) EtuticO Plat - - Vest ----' 1 - --4-, -- IN,i,...,..... ; ,)(,,,co- v--', .-, -, , Grs it ;',.., $1;-' ',-.,.,.,., 44,..i x '5,4 - IP I ' I 6 7g ..,, ., THE pLemota. . T ((.01) luoristuefasteenanDance - IfYDTMILearnaNTEDRINQIIAUS. T"ti with $750 , , ,,-,--,ff , it. . ---- THE PIANOLA.; Bhutelettt t iL , II oy s p'ecial , Overcoat, 50 Into ' - - , I At Evening (In htemoriam LAT.)--- Sc , I , ' I i t I 11 , , I , . , , Accompanied with e pieeet the. AEOLIAN PIPE' ODEuGdAleNY 1 ''' Winter Wei IL', Silk Lined. ' , 1 1 , , , , . .., , ;, mAzt, clr ert,Av.....01. 111..,rschatkowsky .. ((ab)) mAoRtliye:.9: E RENeyidesDRitolG e;:;;I:us. , HReAtatwitiefey oL . i 1 . ,' t - I , ' - i 1 .1--'' 4 ' V ' AEOLIAN' PIPE ORGAN.. , Accom panied with the Piano's,. , I w " - i i , , ', ., - - i I . , 1 - WEBER PIANO tSED. - I : n Listletan of the - t.- IrrNI I 11 sliLv A. 0 Euj I I III III I 1717k aVL:44 ' Etr, NM i I I do"Pr r vow 16. ollotr Nvir moo 11.0 MP WOW WV affair, Mrlao lop Imp g wdar dem dn. dr sir 'I I III I a" L'a I II 1 ,tt?4: . 'I I , , 1 i I I In. the musical life of the principal cities at home and-I ' 7kt I it I Made specially for us by the :Stein-Bloch Co. J I i i ii abroad. Distineuisbed artists appear as soloists. and I II am Mi. NI, 1 r , , . , r ; - - t ' n I 1- I 1 I - 1 I 1 111 I sthg to the accompaniment of the Pianola. best-known I II works of the master comoosers re rendered by the Pianola. , , S while organ and operatic gems ont-the Aeolia'n ripe Organ 141114:M1.7.11171 - , , ilit2tte2.T.7121110girP ' 0 S pecial 1. 7 H fill , 4 a L LI sh a ifurn musical treat such as is rarely enjoyed. , , , - , , , , , tor , It is a threefold purpose these recitals serve: I . The, New Derb! and Soft Styles. .1 .1 1 FIRST---A demonstration of the Marvelous possibilities in the DIMMOCK FUNERAL TO-DAY, - way of artistic playing the Planola puts at the command , IAN& 1 1- F, A nf Iron fh lanct - L --- , bit:21MS -71111.110ar.....r DIMMOCK FUNERAL TO-DA , . i - , VETERAN EDITORIAL -1 vrarrE TO . BE BURIED AT ALTON - - THIS AFTERNOON. , NEAR LOVEJOY ' MONUMENT , 'Grave to Be in Shadow of Shaft He' li Helped ErectKnew Lincoln and ,4 - Recalled Origiztal Stories. 1 . , .4 1 1 ,I. 1 1 I 1 1 1 4 The funeral of Thomas Dimmock, th , veteran editorial writer. book reviewet and critic, f who died , Thursday at St', John's HOspital, will be. held at 2 o'clock Ahis afternoon at his -boyhood home. now4' that,of his ,daughter, Mrs. Jacob Wead. 1 East Second street. Alton, 10.1He will b laid to rest.in the Alton City Cemetery i i the shadoiv of the monument erected un der his leadership to the memory of Elijali P. Lovejoy, who gave his life as a martyrt to the freedom of the press. Mr. Dinimocie was,the principal orator at the dedicatio of the monument. Rev. George R. Dodson, pastor of th Church of the L'nity, 48 Nicholson placei St. LGuls, will conduct the services. H. .Forbes, E. M. Bowman and J. T. Dodg of St. Louis and George Pfeiffenberger George Al. Ryrie and Carl Wuerker of Al ton will be pallbearers., - Mr. Dimmock's death tame as a relie after a three years illness at St. John" Hospital. For more than a year he ha been in a comatose condition and unatti to recegnizeany one. The body was taket to Alton yesterday afternoon. He is survived by his 'wife,' Mrs. CartIv,' line Dimmock, and an only daughter by his first wife. Mrs..Theodosia Burr Wead named after the daughter of Aaron Burl and two grandchildren. Thomas Wead 26, and Maria Tilton Wead,118. , . - I Native of Massachusetts. . , i- Mr-Dimmock was 70 years -old. a nat.' e ,.- 1l1r.'12,11nmock was 7years Old. a natl of Massachusetts. He came west at early age witu his parents and was reareo, and educated in Alton. He removed to -St. Louie in the early. 60s and for thirty 'years was engaged in -active newspaper vault. From 1869 to 18.S8 he was one ot the leading writers on the editorial stall of the Missouri Republican.. He was a pleasing and sch1&rjyH writer and dee., lighted In historical subjects, especialif those about which, clustered some problets or mystery.-- lie Could always write some. thing new -aboUt Lincoln, , because he knew him personally.l'Aaron Burr an his beloved daughter, i Theodosia, whose fate .was swallowed . up by the Atiantle Ocean, was a favorite subject withhins, and Dean Swift. with his two loves, "Steil- la" and "Venesse," stood for many a pee portrait.. A personal anecdote of Lincoln he wa fond of telling, but which probably never got into print, illustrates the martyr presr ident's keen insight into politics. The Re, publican party was born in 1854. In ltiZAS It , ran John C. Fremont for presideng. on the night of the election Lincoln wee at an Illinois town when the returns wert cotning in. ter studying them, .1..1nco1 e remarked: "Well, I never saw a colt grow like that." 1 Mr. Dimmock's last regular editorial work was a series of articles that apt peered in the 90s in ithe Post-Dispatcrs, under the caption, "Things Wise and Ott erwise." - - ; Located Lovej,ey's Grave. it te recalled by old citizens of -Alton' that it was .Ir. Dimtpock who, in 16 4:. reclaimed from oblivion the grave of E14. jah Parish LovejOy at Alton. Mr. rim-mock had had been deeptri'interested ir. Lovef. joy, and he succeededtin establishing the location, of the grave. One old negr1 known as "Scotch" JOhnson, who helped to bury Lovejoy, poinited out the spot ik a 'roadway in the cemetery v where des were passing over it. Mr. Dimrnock had the bones disinterred and had thertR 'aid en -a new grave where they would be free from trespass, and he erected a simple marble scroll to mark ilia grave, wrach bore , the legend: "Hic Jacet Lovejoy; Jam Farce Sepulto."I , The scroll ,still stands over the grave, 'while isome tance away- in the sanae cemetery a mas,-, BiVe monument costing, $'2. 000 was erectea a few years ego by the State of Illinous and the people of Alton. Out of respect for Mr. Dimmock6s first efforts, the bones of Lovejoy, if -any remain, were allowed to rest where he had paused them to be interred. ' - , 1' In-Alton during the -Civil war Mr. Din,- mock was editor of the Alton Democrat, was a staunch supporter of the Unien cause and Tendered muth service to Abraham Lincoln by making speeches and Ty his writings in 1860 and subsequently. 1- THANKSGIVING SERVICES 11 INCHURCHES SUNDA. , 1'1 Sermons at Lindell Avenue M. B.:a d Temple Israel Will Bear on , DaySpecial Music. ' Several churches will observe to-morrow with ,services touching Thanksgiving. At tile Lindell Avenue gethodist Eviscoriat Church Rev. !Dr. FaYette b. Thompsan will preach at 11 o'clock on -Modern, 1- ligious I, ' 11 Rabbi Leon Iiarrison, at Temple Isra Is to preach a Thanksgiving sermon nt 10:30 o' cock : to-morrow on the there. "For What Should We Be Thankful, arid for What Should We Not Be Thankful7r All the features of Thanksgiving Day-In the way of decoration and music will 'be provided. Alfred Robyn will direct ta Temple Israel choir. I, , i , Rev. Dr. Albert H. Jordan has retur to St Louis and will preach at the First Congregational Church to-morrow morn-- Frig. In the evening there is to be a ma,sical Thanksgiving service at which the cantata, by Maunder, 1"A 'Song of Thanksgiving,", will be rendered, f , - , , i , BLAKE SOUNDS WARNING. t , Investigate Insurance Companies Be t , Says, Before- Investing. i SPVCIAL DISFATC11 TO letli Gtoss-DraucitAr. JEFFERSON CITY 1 MO., November 19. --Frank Blake, new superintendent of ax surance, to-day sounded a- warning lo persons About to instpst their, money in Says, Before- Investing. SPVCIAL DISFATC11 TO laid Gtoss-DzatoritAr. JEFFERSON CITY ;1 MO.; November 19. --Frank Blake, new superintendent of Ina surance, to-day sounded a- warning In persons about to inVest their. money In the stock of proposed insurance companies about whichi they know nothing. In a statement he said:, Missouri ought to foster an legftirnate insurance companies organized in good faith, or they are of great benefit to the state, but See ought to discourage the, formation of wilsii.4)at companies, where stock 'lobbing is the pu of the 'promoters. - This department Is powerless to render aid to those who lose money in such enterprises by the purchase of stock for all the stock jobbing is dons before the license is issued. t, Supt. Blake announced to-day the appointment of M. D. Aber of Warrensburg as deputy superintendent of insurance lo succeed W. F. Maring, who resigned to accept the position of cashier of a bank of Carthage..Aber isa lawyer and was the Republican nominee,for circuit judge his judicial district atithe last election. Piper Heidsleck tobajco is- a gentleman, chew and gentlemen -chew it -Do . mor a Owl IN PI OP 1 OK UM 'Wilma o on a ; LJIV 4111-10 I Loa 114 , 100 t)live bt. Louis. II , 4 I , t 11 Is1P1:1 , L a 1,w g. 11,.1.GL I , ' - 1 ;, 1 7111r411411il.,...""1114P:4"1""bill... I L.n..lr-,.000'e..T 1 I 4 I HelDed EreetKnew Lincoln and 41 - Recalled Origi;ial Stories. I 1 , i I 1 , 1 , A , i ' , ' : I- , 1 : . - . .,, -1 I I . , , , 1 ' . 1 I 1 J i . , , 1 0 1 , I - I - ! ' - - . 1 I , I ' - k - t i b , The funeral of Thomas Dinunock, th ' I . , t veteran editorial writer. book reviewei 2 ,-, . ... . itAiwy4tbinvoistionositzishi, . , .. . 1 and critic, i who died Thursday at St: 7'01 e ' 1. , ; - ' - , J J 1 0 - ow , , , i., - Hospital, will e held at 2 o'clock ' A .. . , I . - . . '1 , . ill 1 . , . . . . . , , this afternoon et his-hoyhood home, nOW ,i ;VI '"- , ,, tt , . , , -; t - . that of his idaughter, Mrs. Jacob Weed. 1 . , - , 1 , - East Second street. Alton, Ili..He will bi ...,- ,,, ,- 1 ' 110 CUT Oil-: ciloHnns... John s , ours - - I -- , -Y -- . elfl --- - laid to rest.in the Alton City Cemetery i . I - -- 1' ' ... - - , - iv ohe monument rete ecd un 1; '- - ' "1' AT 11 -I ' '1 , , , , . . , the shado f t . der his leadership to the mernery of Elliart , I ' 1 1' 1 1 ' LI ' ' , . F,,, I - ; , , . , , , . , P. Lovejoy, who gave his life as a martyr . ' , . V - , JUDE the freedom of the press. Mr: Dinimoc ' . ' titE! & DOLPII DRUG STORE-, . f you would . was,the principal orator at the dedicatiol - e ; . - i , , I l' - I' - 1 - 1 ' You must i -inspire of tile monument. , t! . 4-- Rev. George R. Dodeon, pastor of th . 1 t . -t !1 1 - ' ' ! We give rIrou the big sizes- at' the ' Church of the Unity, 48 Nicholson place; t? , ., i : ' . ,, i , I St; LGUIS, will conduct the services. Ft: M , ' . - ' '1' VI I ' , ! same pjoes other 1 dealers Iseil - confidence in others ) and with of St: , Forbes E. M. Bowman and J. T. Dodg - . Louis and George Pfelftenb , erger ' ,. ' -' ; ', , small sizes' for. ' , 1 , - out the confidence of your 'fel-, -: , ,' George Al Ryrie and Carl Wuerker of Al ' - J.. ' ., i , i ,: 1 1 1 , I - 1 .4. :- , ton will be pallbearers.. - , ; - - , Mr. Dimmock's death 'came as a relie 1-- 'Tom Mcore Club House ,. '4 for 25c . , low-man success is a remote. after a three years' illness at St. John" 1 1, Hospital. For more than a year he unat ha '' 1 1 . . , 1 1 ,. en aose conti 1 ' .,,,,--- 1 : First Consul..1. i .. ... .. . ' itlfor- 25c 1.7,.. I ben i aeon t dition and N to recognize' any one. T,he body was taket il possibility, - we , believe in our-, 40 to Aton yesterday afternoon, i 4: 1 I . : : . 1 , - - Hl is sury e ived by his 'wife ,' Mrs . Carty. - , , . , Hoffman Haus ?. ;.,. - ' 1 I 1- r-.- 5c . ,i. . . . . , line Dimmock, and an, only daughter by ! . 4 ; t t , t- 1 1 . , ''' celves the , soundness ,:of , our , , 1 his first wife, Mrs.Theodosia Burr Wead f , I ' OWN"' : 1 ---' : . 3 for 10c .. io ' . , business methods has - been named after the daughter of Aaron Burrt $ -1 g . - 1 -" .J and two grandchildren. Thomas Weed. 26 -1 . Ne Pill 4 I, . 1-, r and meMaria Tilton I,Vead,-i18. , . ,1 S. 1 .. 0 1 : w Tenn.:. -.,.. ..... . .... 3 for 10c , i . - i I - ' Mr. Dim I I tried' in-. the crucible of time; . Native of Massacilusetts. Nk," q. A n plahinei , , , . ' - 2 for 5c ' 1"mock was years Old. a nati 1-Ct ii; '; 1 I Iwo ein litdP 111 gnaw t,.. ....... 0 0 eve 1 beli in the quality of , the ,goods , we . of Massachusetts. He; came west at , an , i1 ' ; ' 1 . ; 11 - ' early age witu his parents arid was rearee, clean outlkstes, smooth 1 Natural Cigarettes '. ... : I 1 .I we . 10c .. a al 0 0 , i . -, . sell because we know them - to be the best , - and educated in Alton. He removed to I 1 ' ' - St. Louis in the early 60s end for thirty unwrinkled fit, Fatima careful - 4' ' : . 1 I 0 - I - -1 . 1 ' . ' manufactures we believe in our . ' , . i ... , years' was engaged in -active newspaper - workmanship and high- ' , : .. 1 1 t -, - , . a ..w.erk. F1.-om 1869 to 13-88 he was one ot ; bility to undersell, because we enjoy a pur- the leading writers on the editorial statr grade Materials.- For Extra VI' pecial , . . ; of .the Missouri Republican- -He was 3 ' , , , s Garnita .. 1 ' l 1 ! , 5c ,'; ',. chasing power greater than that of any cloth- - I - :: ! ' , C of -American manuf pleasi n historical subject ng and scht,tarly writer and dee, morning, afternoon or . - ' , lighted is, especiallY ni ' those ;about which, clustered some probletn ; 1 evening. 1 t, 1 0,2 . F. for Sa1urday ' El :Toro Breve,. . . 1 ,. - ,.,3 far 1 Oc' ,,' mg stare in St. Louis,' - No , man shou 'dl feel -, -- - - - - - or mystery:- Ile Could tilways write some 1 ,-: - - - satisfied to ,purchase without first iziSiting St. ' ... thing new aboUt Lincoln, because he T ' i 7. 1 - :- -. D E ,,, 0 . knew him personally.rAarcn Burr anti 1 ' DRUG -STORE - . . .,ouls'. best clothing.store. You'll find the most his beloved daughter,. Theodosia, whose t., fate was swallowed up by the Atlantle : Ocean, was a favorite: subject with 1-1 I i n i, . magnificent collection of Ready-to-Wear Suits ' ' . 1 - . , . and Overcoats for men and young men ever portrait. Venessa, and Dean Swift, with his two loves, "Steil- 1. 1 ' . . i ' 515 OLIVE ST ' , I la" and "" y pe It i. - stood for man a i :;:lt., , .: - 1. i . ' , , , -I 1 -' .' ' . 1 exhibited under , one roof, they are tailored 1 - . - A personal anecdote of Lincoln he wa onx,t ,.,141V ..MMi -- -''''"' likt:41101(X-401111VIA11004114-41111111t9111.1111.1.1111.0111111111 fond of telling, but which probably never ed. under Croak's system, and are offered spêcial; got into print, illustrates the martyr ire,.-,-4' ..., . , 1 1, -: 1 , ' ' , .. 1 1 - I' -- -- ' .. : . , , . j 2 I V - : :. : I ' , , ; . . 0-11 . . . - ' . I. !! , I, . -. , .... .1. . . . ...: . . i . . , . . ,.. , .. . . : .. a 511,0b t:;11 - . - - -i 11 -- 11,11- Llocn tal - , , , . , ,, , , , - , Ann. - - M P I IY on Cards Neeessa 211:a6.'",11 I I I V. 1111 1 M rit'irii &,11 1 r 1 I I III I rrerAvnT,A f...4-mi I II 1 -I 1 1 I - r1 ' 1 J 1 ; 1 ! ! - - I II 14t - - '---51,,1 lj .11 41 - - , .17 III I SECOND---An hour's niusleal'enjoyreentoray equaled in the I II r 1 . 1 , , - -JfH , : highest class paid events of the season, and 1 t , - t ,i4 THIRDA practical illustration-of the Pianola's right to its 11111tV thin clY131 STFIFF"Tt 'Enn'h11-11M-- PNTA f ' ; - 1Y)r I iltn -AEOLIAN' HAL- L I 0 , 1 r, , I Q6. t 1, ír I "'Iv, l, f A Trak' , TR 1671rm,crit. TAIS !!R ' $' 1,1 16 I ' 4 i : th , IZ i! , I Clean outlkines smooth unwrinkled fit, careful - workmanship aiii high-: grade materials.- For - 'Morning, 'afternoon or 1 , . : evening. JJ , 1- ,Pa Exit il BALLINfiElt. DENIES MAfiAZINE ClIAGES I i :ecretary Avers lip VVOu,l; Withhold Alaskan Coral I , - Lands from Trusts.! r ' I JWN NO STOCK, 111 SAY t 14, "'Story fh tt I Have Interes in Corporation Is Filse," 1 - He Declares 1 1 d r - 1 t 1 II' , . - . . i WASHINGTON, November 19.--Reply1 ing to charges made in a Magazine publication, Secretary Ballinger of the Interior Department to-day- twit occasion to' deny many of the reports which reeently have been circulated concerning the con.. duct of .- his department and to explain Others ' , ' - l - - I 1 :"To say that -I ever have advised, or-: dered or lent support to any effort to per- petrate a fraud upon the government. , be bald; "is not only false, but is intentionally so, if made by any one who haS taken the trouble to inquire into the facts.1" ill explanation of the charges In conneCticin with the Alaska cc,a1 lands he went Into the history of President Rooseveirs withdrawal from entry, of- all the coal lands of Alaska in 1906, showing that toe order was oo modified by Secre,ary Garfield as to validate all applications made prior to May 16, likl. He then called at.. tni ion to the fact that in his annual report of 1907, as commissioner of the General Land Office, he had recommended action by Congress to prevent and punish the formation of -combinations or , trusts by claimants to coal lands. , i i Mr. Ballinger denounced as "a plain ordinary- falsification" a report that.he has interest in 155,000 sbares of the Alaska Petroleum - and Coai , Company. J "The statement that T or my former firro was attorney for this company or ever advised or counseled it In its effort to acquire title to public lands Is also without basis in fat' he added. i , , Denies Making Statement - Asked about- a statement that he had said that the proper course to take with the public domain was to "divide it up among the big corporations and ,let the people who knew how make the, money Out et it--" Mr. Ballinger replied: '1 1 - "So asinine a statement hardly merits a denial Of course, , I made no such statement. Such a thought could not be entertained by any normal intelligence. What I really think in regard ,to the public domain and - the conservation of natural resources may be found in my official reports as commissioner of the General Land Office, and my present annual report, soon to be published. -I have not only been consistently in the vanguard of the conservation movement, but 1 have sought to give it permanence along lines reasonably within the spirit of present law and to secure adequate addition 1 laws." -, , 1 , Mr. Ballinger made an equally empha c : denial of a statement that his firm is known as the Standard -Oil legal adviser in Seattle. Mr. Ballinger also made re- sponse to it charge that in if-ranting rights or way ..to the -Hill and- Harriman 'railroads through the- Desehutes Canyon in Oregon. he had regarded impossible the construction of a power plant-in the can-Admitting that the department i had given its approval to the applications, Mr. Ballinger said that this course had been pursued under the laws and in -pursuance of the wishes of the people of the section affected, but not taking the 777-7 T'T atutitrall 2PEona 1 . - MG CUT CT cilenn - 1 - , I ::; - , JUD'aEl & DOLPII -DRUG STORE ! - - , ' 1 ! - t We giirelyoti the big sizes at' the , , same prices 'other deialers,sell small sizes for. 1 - 7 .1 ,, , Tom McOre.Clab House , - , Tom Mcore. Club House First Consul . .. Hofftnin tliuszt Owls a. , t 3 for 10c New Tar:ff . . - 3 for 10c rj i n . .... oo G Btaine t 2 for 5c 000000 ,10 00000 ,0 : Natural Cigarettes ' : ' ! 10c . , , Fatima ;' 1 l . - - - ' 10c 1- Owls I.Jb - Extra special for Salurday Garnita (El Toro JIIDE G k DOLPH DRUG STORE , , , , 515 OLIVE ST.. I; 1 t r1- , precaution of inserting a requirement that when needed for power plant purposes, I each of the railroad companies should I elevate its tracks 100 fret.1 But this action, he said, insured to the people of Central Oregon conapeting lines of railroad, and at the same time guaranteed the use of the water power when the country needs it. He also quoted the records in the case to ,show that the proceeding had been in ,strict compliance with the law. 7 I 1 1 INSPECTING MISSOURI RIVER. ConntAttes Is Expected to Beach Zed, - , ferson City, To-Day. SPECIAL DIP,PATCH TO THE GLOBZ-DEMOCEAt JEFFERSON CITY.,MO..!November 19. 4The National Rivers and Harbors Committee. which will make ,a' trip down the Missouri River by boat front Kansas City. Is scheduled to arrive here to-morrow morning on the snagboat Missouri. Gov. Hadley was invited by telegraph this morning to make the, trip i to St., Louis wish the party, but the governor is hunting in Taney Cpunty.1 The Commercial Club will welcome the visitors. Walter S. Dickey and Lawrence M. Jones Of Kansas City. members lof the State Waterways Commission, are expected to be with the --party. The trip is forr the purpose of Inspection and to give the committee an Idea of the needs of the river. , LABOR LEADERS PAYjTO GO ON , , 4 - If Imprisoned' Goniper and 'Aids Will.l)raw Salaries. TORONTO, ONT., November 19.--The American Federation of Labor at its convention here tö-day, in addition to indorsing the attitude taken, by President Gompers in the). Buck'S StoVe and Range Company injunction proceedings, voted to ! ELGIN MINUTES' 4 - HE !man II 1 witn Elgin is al-Ways on deck at the right time. .1 The standrd timekeepers the world over bear on dial' and works I -r1-41 1 , r , r: LORD ELGIN. Thin Model - Pendant Windincand Setting.? Seventeen ' or iitteen jewels- KUDY and saPPhire balance rand center 'ewes. . Ccmpensating balance. IBreguel hair-spring..wan micrometric regu- lator. Adjusted to temperature. Exposed , winding wheels. Patent recoiling click and fl sell-locking setting device. Sunk-second Plates damaskeened. Cased and timed in case at the factory. 11 In Filled Gold Cases, 12.1 asell up, . Solki GolA Cases. Sall ana up- Otter Elgin models at other prices according to grade of movement and case. An Elgin Watches are hilly guaranteed, and are 1 ' sold by jewelers everywre. 1 JELGIN NATIONAL WATCH COMPANY it... Ile also quoted the elem. will errata your , i . lilt) 1 11r1 n o : - - e fo,show that the pro- p livershe seeds assist- ' I - i , in ,strict compliance , , i ' ! ' ' -1, since. Take stthing Visit our high-grade Boys' Suit and Overcoat Devi rtment . i 1 I , ,, 1 , . . VIISSOURI RIVER. LANE'S! LIVER PILLS , ' ' . -1 - -- - . ' :pected to Beach Ief-you'll, be well almost 1 , , i betorst yes realise it. i - , . . THE Gi.oss-DemocsAt. At i Dreg Stores, .. :Ir' ti,..., - . ; , (11, . ! tdinZirdk, ' ' TYMO..!November 19. 1 23 ents, irers and, Harbors Corn- . C m V , 1 : , ' . . ake irt ,a trip dow the . , - , i , ,--TENTII AND OLIVE - ; - , - boat from Kansas City. . , h - . arrive ere to-morrow , ,, --,,e0c,,,,m,...,w7e,xm . , tagboat Missouri. Gov. s- 1 - , ted . bv telegraph this -- , . , , I', 0 the , trip i to St., Louis , I , - . t the governor is hunt- continue the salaries of Gompers and Sec- retary Frank 1Morrison, and to corn- , . pensate Vice President John Mitchell, who - . anty. visitors Walter S. i . the 1 The Commercial is not a salaried officer, during their I' ' ' 1 - 1 . nee M. Jones of Kansas the , State Waterways terrns of imprisonment, in case it is even- ' - , - xpected to be with the tually decided they must go to Jail for , - , ,.... , is forr the purpose of contempt of court- They will be paid at , .- - - - ' . give the committee an the rate of $5000 per year. ' . . - FOR YOURTIEAI) - of the river. 1 , . i ------h--1--- ' ' Stone to Make' Three Speeches. ., , . . . I RS Pit'(TO GO ON SPECIAL Dirace To THEGLOBIL-DE . . ar; HOCRAT ' , , . FOR ,. . . . , ' JEFFERSON CITYi MO., November 19. , , Goperal, and 'Al-t- 14'0 ,W y Senator illiam J. Stone to-day said . , - - aw Salaries. be would speak, at Ironton, Mo.. Satur- 1 THANKSGIVI . . ni 4 NG , . , day. at Moberly next Thursday and at r., November 19.The Platte City Saturday,: November 21. This on of Labor at its con- will be all the speeches he will deliver , , - . - y, in addition to in- in Missouri before Congress convenes, but . Sal H ats ' . ' o . .. , ' S 6 $8. a : . , de taken, by President he hopes m these to pacify as many , , , - - , uck'S StoVe and Range Democrats who are sore on las tariff Tee- n proceedings, voted to ord as possible-1 .1 , . ' Derby Hats.... , -. -. .S2,13.50, $4,' $6- 1 . , , ---- , . Snc4- H - ' - ,2 A350 td, I ' 4;5 ' - . - L.: 1 ' . I I -! ' -I n it - -- - , ELGIN IN -!TH 1 - L reputato i t - - IM. 'V !' NUTES' , ' I 1 - : - e:r 1. - , a w-, esprea , - , , . I, , . We have gained i-lcl 4. lin a n t . , w , I an r -or. the correct G ting of Men's .and:. YOUIng , '' ' ' - , - , the Men.S Etting,nOt only the of 1 ' - pe n , e ,s ape o e lace . 1 Ilead.but its 51a and th - th krin Is a - : ; I . ways on deck , deck the Ill Nig141 ancrthe general phys gut of the customer: Jn II II I - 11ThilY II , ,, t buyind our hats, we have not been blinded by -1, .1 ,, . I 1. - , 4 , 1 ' V! i : 1 l e - , let - IP '' , j ,. '' 1 - - ' ', F - ' cr i 41. ....., : , i I Maker, for your remedy. - It. you vkr, i let us, tY .1 A , i ' , h-:------ L'-.. Altil your guide as to Auality ind, every- other : 1 ,,-; ,,. , he ' , .,r, 1 . . 1 ri ,, t. don iltra pOlnt Ill selectirt. g' your 1 hankagtving hat we ! - ..h Mg; :i OF--1 - - be ' , 'e. L , - -, 1 WI r. TA . will all$11111C every 'reeponeuoility and see tbat , ! 4 le , . , ' .13' . ! . - - 1 y,t au; get the hest hat you can possi .57 secure I, 's , -ill It - , ..', b,X - 01 , ,, HI , ,- le.2, , 1 4 7' t , le ,,,.. LORD ELGIN. Thin Model Iv ' 1 k I a- , - , gow - r , . 4 ,,. , d t - d - -- - - ior . wnatev,r amount you ;ten o ,expen .,, n- , ve - Pendant WInditicand Setting:2' Seve teen - ma ' - 1 it , - e lire e '' ' W k tit ' DE LUXE. the CHASE.: the ' - ... -' ,- or ulcer. Many and sapphire harilance - r N . - : , a- t ut and center teWelS- . Compensating balance- LE ROI; hats and others---but we seil ! the , - . ,, 1Breguel hair-spring. .wan anicromettic regu- ..,--A . - -,' ,- - -' lator. Adiusted to temperature- Exposed , e ;--:.' bl! -,12 i 4' - ,,P i hats.-not the names. -, :. . - . - - - , . " - , ,,, winding wheels. ,. Patentrcootling .lick wi, ,, ..) .. Li i . - r ,f, self-locking setting device. Sunk-second - ,.tE4 lk-' 7 r I ' ' .- . ,k, .1m. - , cal. Plat - es damaskeened. 1 Cased and , , ;a . 1: tinted in case at the factory. 11 - - 4 04 ' sem , 2 . .. -, ., i - 1r . - ., , , ! - : - , , k ., er . In Wed Gold Cases, ases, S $11 sUell up. , - ,,- . ....,!..0.0.,..11.7i. I I -- - OZP' C. 1 ' 1 C '' et ST'JNLy1.-: - -: ', e-- ' . la Solid Gold Cad and up. , , . ts Otter Elgin models at other prices. accord- 9 , ,- , , L , , , i 1 . I- ing tosrade of movement and case.. All - ' ' P ''- ' - In , I Elgin 'Watches are fully guaranteed. and are - ' - - - ' ' - - QUALITY CORNER -; I sold by jewelers everyw re. k , , .'' -4- I le 4-r . , 1, ON LOCUST STREET AT six'. 1-1,, , i ' - - - . '-,'. r- , 1 ICLGIN NATIONAL WATCEI COWPANT ,,,, . -. I ., : , , . , , A r, 1.T - -- II I . ' Eton. Illinois. - - 1 ''' ' - k ' 41' r. aif- . ' ' 1 at. . .n , , le 1 , - , , - -, - 3- t - ' ',. 1' - ' , , 1 - 1 1 , 4 for 25c lit'for. 25c 1 , - 5c Brevalo..'il. 5c f3r. 10c , I ' t . . .. if' M.Mi 0 W IN WE E IINNMIO , ' tool ery !):: I.': u by . r 1 thins:i k'x ir Astae alone will orreet your , 1 livershe steeds monist- tame. , Take st t b I i g but 1 LANE'S! LIVER PILLS . - 1 , --Y00111 be well almost ep,.. sob. before? Tems i realise It. t I At,l1rati Stores, 123 Cents. A , continue the salaries Of Gompers and Secretary Frank ,Morrison, and to compensate Vice President John Mitchell, who Is not a salaried officer, during their terms of Imprisonment, in case it is eventually decided they must go to Jail for contempt of court. They will be paid at the rate of $5000 per year. ' . , Stone Make Three Speeches. , 1 SPECIAL DisrA.Tcz TO ERE; GLOBIS-DEROCRAE. JEFFERSON ,CITY j MO., November 19. Senator iWilliam J1 Stone to-day said be would speak at Ironton, Mo.. Saturday. at Moberly next Thursday and at Platte City Saturday,: November 21. This will be all the speeches he will deliver in Missouri before Congress convenes, but he hopes on these to pacify as many Democrats who,are sore on els tariff record as possible.1 I 1' - ior r rivay zulu uZILL.11 utly tAL - ! - , 1 , 75,- $10 5Cs'. t24150- yottraell by . A 1 thinictim Nattily - - - - II frIPTIVDC" - - - - ' . . 4, 0, I ' il '- , . ,,- .- the giaat' our t-IF nami u i sl -.This:is an age3 l. 't . ' ''. ra, , , time, - -- 6 ..- - - - w 1 1 I c h we are- not willing to pay for a name , ' 1 . ,i.,,1 16.- rodd over : : , 11- ;di itY1-Cal I or a pedigree i we are .willing to pay for vallies' - , . 1 1 1 , rr.:-- ana value alone- If anything goel wrang with '; . 1 In works i III - -.1-i A .1 , t r- ' , your hat, you look to us, not to the- hat- ' , I -- I To.Day at-3 O'Clock Prompt lr, Open at 2:30. No Admission Cards Necessary. Hall Open at 2:30. SoloistMr. Wallace C. l'Ar. Serge L. Ha !man at - - PROGRAM - - Rhapsodis HongroiseNo..12....Liszt- - (a) Etutio---D Plat Taz pLA.Nota. . I t(te)) ANuorRwuestmlaenanDanco.---, - Ify Dreams Toot! ----NIEDItrNCIIIAUS- ,.- Accompanied with ihe Planed. MARCH SLAVOp. 111..Inacha1kowskY AEOLIAN PIPE ORGAN , WEBER PIANO tSED. mitealsal life of now ftohNv co e principal ahnotmfactor e d alancitiiesPc'at h in-43the reci - abroad. Distinguished artists appear as soloists, and sing to the accompaniment of the Pianola. TIie best-known works of the master composers are-rendered by the Pianola, - while organ and operatic gems ont-the Aeolian. Pipe Organ furnish a musical treat such as is rarely enjoyed. ' It is a threefold purpose these recitals serve: I FIRST-.-.A demonstration of the Marvelous possibilities in 'the way of artistic playing the Pianola puts at the command of even the least skilled music-lover.: SECONDAn hour's musical enjoyment, only equaled in the ! highest class paid events of the season, and ! (THIRD-L.-A practical illustration-of the Pianola's right to its title as the Standard Piano-play er'of the World. t, ThE e AOLIAN, CO AEOLIAN HALL. ., ' 1004 Olive St, St. Louis. I title na the Stiunt istrt-I Pienn-rilfiver'evf the Wnricl II You mdst, if you would inspire confidence in others, and with out the confidence of your fellow-man success is a remote. possibility; we , in our- , : , .'selves; the soundness :of ' our business methods has been tried 1 in the .crucible of -time; we believe' in the quality of the goods we sell because we know them to be the best of American manufacture; we believe in our ability to undersell, because we ,enjoy a purchasingpower greater than that-of any cloth- ing st-Lre in St Louis.' No man shou'd1 feel satisfied to purchase without first Visiting St best clothing store. You'll find the most magnificent collection of Ready-to-Wear Suits and Overcoats for men and young rrin ever exhibited under , one roof; they are tailored under Croak's system, and are offered special, for Friday and Saturday at , MOTHERS! ' Visit our high-grade Boys' Snit and Overcoat Devi rtment ,--TENTtl AND .1)ex-by-Hats ft, Ha' We have gained a wi4espread reputatiOn. for the correct G ting of Men's and Young MC't1.0 Hat8---Etting not only the st,z. e of the head, but its shape and the shape of the i ace and the general phys clue of 'the customer': ' In , Lying our bats, we have not been blinded by the glamour oF names1 This - is an age3 in which we are- not willm g to pay for a name - 't Wal atillITTIC , every responsiotilty and see that , you get the hest hat you can possio.y secure whaterfr amount you tn. tend to :expend. i we have the DE-LUXE. the CHASE.' ihe LE ROI hats and othershut we Den the - - hativnot the names. - . , QUALITY. CORNER - ON LOCUST STREET AT SIXT1-1,1 , --- - - - , - rat elf Ott . - ck fa ey . Niedringhaus. Baritone. the.Planola and Organ. - (a) Etutte---D Plat - ' Liszt Norwegian Dance - Grieg - (0) Au Ruissean Schustt - - THE PIANOLA.; - - At Evening (In Memoriam). I Dudley Buck AEOLIAN PIPE ORGAN. - ' (a) A Red. Red Rose.: ... Hastings , ' (b) Molly's Eyes Hawley MR: NIEDRINGHAUS Accompanied with the Planola.,, - ?IAN tSED. ' - : OLIVE " S

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