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   Jefferson City Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - August 19, 1909, Jefferson, Missouri                                Av CITY DAILY TRIBUNE VOLUME 33 JEFFERSON CITY MISSOURI THURSDAY AUGUST 19 1909 NUMBER 198 FIRE COLUMN HOUSES MANY BUSINESS HOUSES AND BESIDENCES DESTROYED YES TERDAY AFTERNOON LOSS ESTIMATED AT Is Said to Have Started in Sjtewart Livery Is Said to Have Been Carless Throwing Away of Cigar or More Than Insurance to Cover Damage Specialto The Tribune COLUMBIA Aug destroyed from to 000 worth of property here today The fire started near the Stewart livery barn iand as far as can be ascertained wascaused by the less throwing away of either a cigar or cigarette The local depart ment was called out but was un able to cope with the situation The fire swept the entire business block on Eighth street Seventh street Chjlrry and Locust streets The losses as far as can be esti mated are a follows Eureka Steam llauhdry Millers Plaining mills Co lumbia Steam Laundry J M Penningtons residence Peter McCabe residence Stewart stable Chandler barn cottage damaged to amount of incidental It is estimated that the insurance on the above given business places and residences is not more than requests that all orders for gro ceries meat be made as early in the day as Early order ing will save many an unnecessary trip for horses and drivers during the hoat weather 8193td Notice The Humane society respectfully PURCHASED GROCERY STORE C B Porch Will Conduct AVoehr maws Store on Jefferson Street Mr Charles B Porch has pur chased the grocery store formerly conducted by E H Woehrman on Jefferson street conduct the same in the future Mr Porch has had considerable experience in business having been formerdiy connected with the Kelso Mercantile company of Mo MAY HAVE AUTOMOBILE V FLOWER PARA5E HERE To Be Under the Direction of the Civic improvement League at Fair It is said that arrangements have been made to have automobile flower parade at the first day of the Cole county fair bNthing but automobiles are to be allowed in the parades Whether the decoration of the automobile will be limited to flower decorations or hot is not known Prizes are to be given and it is to be strictly under the supervision of the Civic Improvement league o this city For Rent 10room boarding house at Osage Daily had and train service good proposition Write or see Miller and Schwab Osage City Mo THAT ELK BIG COMPANY NOT INCORPORATE TELEGRAM FROM ST LOUIS IS SAID TO HAVE CAUSED THE DISSATISFIED MAY REACH AGREEMENT TODAY t Unusual Secrecy Surrounds Action of Men Connected With the Big DealTWould Not Discuss Matter Except in Conference With One Chase Said to Be Causing the Hitch The double track trolley line between St Louis and Kansas ity has not yet been incor ported Several of interested in the enterprise were here a part of the day yesterday and after an nouncing at one tome that they would be ready to file the articles of association with the secretary of state within a few minutes some thing caused them to change their minds and they left for St Louis at 2 p m taking their papers with them It as said that Edgar D Tilton of St Louis caused the hitch just when everything was ready for the incorporation tf the company It was stated that he became dissat isfied with the program for having Col W H Chase for general man ager of the company and telegraphed to Benjamin F Gray who was here to have proceedings called off The party that came here on the morning trains was madeup of the following Benjamin F Gray and Col W H Chase of St Louis Charles popular saloon man has taken iput the first hunters license this year in Cofe county Cletus is a nimrod of tfp mean reputation and besides this he enjoys the reputa tion of being the first to take out hunters in this county and also about the youngest you can now in miss is store for you at DALLMEYERS About yards over 200 patterns of Ameri can Printing Gos wash fabrics on sale at only 5 2 c a yard They are new fall patterns every one bears the American Ar label See our win dow display of these fabrics The pretty in the window are majde of American Printirigf Cos Wash Fabrics Every dress is made by a Butterick Pattern We have the same patter PS in stocks Sale closes next Saturday The American Printing Fabrics are sold in every state in thejJnion at 6 14 to 712 a yard it g aumeyers artment Store A Loomis Kansas City J H Reecler H E Insley and D C Nevin all of Denver Colo The party put up at the Madison house and after a rather late breakfast commenced getting wonderfully busy with the telegraph and long dis tance telephone companies Mr Gray stated that their pres ence in the city was for the pur pose of incorporating the company and thta during the day the art icles of association containing all ten details the ipMic would care to would be filed with the secretary of state asked if Mir Tilton had not telegraphed to him protesting against the incor poration with Col Cbase as one of the prominent men in the organiza tion he said he could not make any statement touching that mat ter Judge Nevin declined to make any sttaement and Mr Loomis who s attorney for the company said no statement of any kind would be given out This however was not antil the latter was ready to leave he city Although he would not alk with newspaper men yet he did state before he left here that is thought the companywould be ble to incorporate At ons time shortly before noon Mr Gray stated that the articles of association had been completed and would be ready to hand over to the secretary of state within a very short time and the press representa tives could see the same in a few Then followed a confer ence of an hour or more during which more and long distance tlephone calls kept the messengerboys busy Luncheon put an end to the conference for a time but it was presentfly renewed and continued up to train time when aid left for St Louis THE COMN8 Will Be at Aiidome for Two Weeks Beginning Good Show Last Night The Playtor Players Will be the at the Alrdome next week Thisis an exceptionally strong company in fact about the best thta has been here for some time They have not announced their booking for the first night Knobs of Tennessee was the attraction at the Airdome last night and v was certainly appreciated by the crowd Its the best they have put on The specialties are splen did in fact the finest seen here for some time The moving pictures are in themselves worth the price of admission Tho same bill will be presented fohight with new specialties and new pictares Dont miss it Its the best todate Knobs of Tennessee tonight RAY PALMER HAS RESIGNED PASTOR OF BAPTIST CHURCH OF THIS CITY TENDERED RESIG NATION WHICH WAS ACCEPT ED LAST NIGHT FUEBAL OF ALBERT DOEHLA FRIDAY 0 Passed AVay Wednesday Morning After an Illness Of Ten Months With Tuberculosis TO TAKE UP EYANGELISTIS FIELD This and the 111 Health of His Wife Given as Splendid Record While Pastor of the Church Order ed Drawn Up Last Night The resignation of Rev Ray Pal mer as pastor of the First Baptist church of Jefferson City was ac cepted last night by the church committee Rev Palmer stated in his letter of resignation that he desired to re enter the evangelistic field and that this coupled with the poor health his wife has had while in this city prompts him to leave here The members of the church com mittee were very reluctant to accept his resignation since Rev Palmer has made a splendid record while pastor of the church here Three hundred and fifty conversions have been made during his stay His de sire to reenter the evangelistic field and the poor health of his wife made the acceptance necessary Rev was an evangelist before he camo to this city and has always cherished a hope of going back to the work FIVE MILLION DOLLAR MINING COMPANY Granted Charter Yesterday After Will be at Potosi Mo i The largest mining company ever incorporated in Missouri filed art idles of association with the sec retary of state yesterday evening and obtained a charter It is the Potosi Lead Baryta and Mercantile company of Washington county and has full paid up capital stock of Edwin J White of Yarmouth is the principal stockholder There are shares of stock to his credit Frank O Hadley K S Lett and Cornelius J Stattler all of St Louis own one share each Geo Higginbotham of Potosi shares W D Isenberg of Louis holds 50 The headquarters of the company will be at Potosi Mo The company is organized for mining in this state and in Washington county E H Woehrmain of Jefferson street left Wednesday for Lebanon Junction for an extended visit with his son August While away he will spent a month at West Baden springs for his health i Albert Doehla passed away yes terday morning at the nome of his parents Mr and Mrs John after an illness o ten months of tuberculosis His death was not un expected Deceased was IS years of and had a host of friends here hearof Ms1 un timely demise He is survived by his bereaved parents and one broth er and two sisters The funeral wilil take place from the family residence 521 East High street at 30 oclock Friday morn ing Rev J Wesley Smith of the Methodist church will conduct the services Polly Wants DEATH OF MRSS ARTZS MOTHER With His Cracker Tastes Good With Everything Nothing is Known here directly concerning Chase He is saicl to have promoted Taiiroads north of the Missouri river thta were not constructed Somesix or seven years ago he was working up interest in a line to Trenton and it is also said that hewas behind lines pro jected for ChiHicothe Fayette and several i other towns north of the Mlssoujri river u great secrecy observed by the parties here was decidedly un They seemed to have formed a pact to say nothing except when they were in a conference with each other j Young Hunter With Young Cletus Pope BOO of George Pope Passed Away in St Louis After a Lengthy Well Known in This City Word was received here yester day afternoon announcing the death of Mrs Sarazan mother of Mrs Adolph Artz of this city Mrs Sar azan had been ill for some time of a complication of diseases incident to old age She had been making her home with her daughter Mrs in St Mrs Artz was at the bedside when the end came iMr Artz de parted last nightt o attend the funeral RESIGNS FROM LIBRARY BOARD Governor Hadley Also Too Busy to attend Arduous Duties Library Board of From his retreat in Colorado the governor of the state oif Missouri has notified the mayor of Jefferson City that he no longer desires to be a member of the library board of the free public library The governor is entirely too busy to attend the duties that the board Evolves Simonson Brandenberger Mosby and Hadley are the of the board who have resigned their posi tions DAIRY INTERESTS GROWING The dairy interests In Southwest MIsouri are becoming one of the most potent factors thrift of the country The farmer has at last found that the best Mend in a commercial sense is the cow and he is content to con fide in her ability to add to his bank City Regis Knobs of Tenneaaee at BOTTLED ONLY BY F r Manufacturer of all Kinds of 50DA and MINERAL WATERS Jefferson City Mo   

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