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j; . 4 The Salt ILaxe Tkebtote: BtMDAY Mokotn-g, May 1, 1904. J
Ij; s Murder Charge
, i -Not Sustained
I ) Accusation of Wifo Against Her j
jj I' ' Husband Proves to Bo
( 1 Groundless.
jj1'! yHICAGO, April 30. Andrew Hous-
ft ' f g ton, who had been held by the po-
L ' ' llco since Wednesday pending- an
0 Investigation of a murder, Bald by
J i hls,w!fo to havo been committed In
5 1 Ohio, has been released. The police had
' obtained no verification of tho charge
X from tho Ohio authorities.
' 1 Houston, after having his wife arrest
ed on a charge of bigamy, was himself
. charged by her with having committed
I a murder near Liggett, 0., many ycarfl
i i ago. She Eoid she learned of this
i j ' J through her husband's habit of talking
I In his Bleep,
i "When Houston was arrested the po-
1 j t lice eent telegrams to Ohio asking for
p I an Investigation of tho charges. No an-
! Bwcr was received, and tho aooused man
. I was released.
I!' Sew lis Wife,
, ' Then Cat lis Throat
' Horrible Double Tragedy in Which, a
Texas Couple Were tho
wtb- UNTSVILLE, Ala., April 80. As
i i Bra the mother was In the act of lay
JjJ Ing hor baby In bed, Fleming
Froman of Dallas Mills shot his
' wife, followed her as sho ran Into the
i yard, cut her throat, killing her, and
, then lnflloted fatal wounds upon hlm-
elf. Neighbors, hearing the shots
I i rushed to tho place, Froman met them
1 i at the gato with his throat horribly
bruised and told what ho had done. Go
ing back to tho body of his wifo ho
' again cut Ids throat and fell dead be
side her. A son of the couple was in
tho room when tho trouble started, but
i lied at the first shot and saw no mora
I of the tragedy.
I i Missing Hi -I
1 Heard From
Charles Dcmolli, Labor Leader, Who
Disappeared Prom Pueblo, Turns
Hl TJp in Kansas.
j I PUEBLO, April 30. Because Charles
Demolll failed to appear today as com-
' t-' plaining witness against Orcsto TPaglni,
charged with being the ring leader of
a gang which assaulted the Italian la-
bor leader several weeks ago, the case
was dismissed by Justico McKalllp.
Pagini, however, will bo held on a
complaint sworn to by William Gear-
H hard, charcrlng him with assaulting De-
W .; molll with Intent to kill. Demolll is in
; the coal fields of Kansas and is in com
municatlon with friends here.
I: ' Lost Bis Foot .
in a Turntable
I Court Awards Big Sum to Lad Who
' 1 1 Was Injured at a Bound
i' j '
, I CHICAGO, April 30, For the loss of
his right foot while ho was helping a
I train crew at a turn table, William
Chartres, 11 years old, has been award
i ed $14,000 damages In Judgo Honoro's
, court In August, 1003, while at play
near the turn table of the Belt railway,
the boy was called by an engine crow
to help turn the tablo.
I Helen Gould
I Visits the fair
H,j Participates in the Ceremonies at St. !
Hj Louis and Is Welcomed by !
T. LOUIS, April SO. Miss Helen
i ' Gould arrived today to take part
fl i ti3 ln tno Pen5g ceremonies of the
World's fair. She camo with B.
fli j H. Harrlman and a party of ladles In
Hl Mr. Hnrrlman's private car. Miss Gould
Hj j was met at-thc Union otat!onrby Mrs.
H Daniel Manning and a delegation of
j! other members of tho board of lady
H managers. The reception was entirely
Ilj A Tricky Parrot,
. A rather dignincd young woman enteroa
a llorlsi's shop on iladlson avenue. A
' Ehrlll voice, resembling that of an old wo-
. man, greeted her with:
,,' "Shut the doorl Don't you know it'
1 Mich embarrassed, Bhe looked about for
' the speaker. Baying:. "Excuse me, but tho
' wind blew so hard I could hardly clooo the
' Then, to hor great astonishment, she
I j) found Bhe had been conversing with a por-
, rot Angered at tho bird for deceiving
hor ao, she turned hor back to tho cave
; j and was Intent 'upon examining uomo
i . .Mowers. Suddenly the sumo voice, or what
kec-med to be, said to her:
! , "What can I do for you, Miss?" I
' , "If you hold your tongue I shall be grat-
J Med abovo all thlngn," roplled tho young I
t ? woman, turning around as Bho spoke, and
f H discovering tho florist's wifo. Now York
Ij i Press. ' I
HALIFAX, N. S., April 20. A message,
. i h received horo etatea that the schooner
Orono Is bound from West India for Hall
1 fax with molasses, In wrecked, at Her-
( ring cove and all on board lost.
FRANK MO'ORH and six more wera
found guilty by DIohl
Of running a lot of vllo slot ma
chines They forfeited ball.
And a man from Pueblo, by name Joseph
Though he had been drunk, did penttont
And said he'd not fall
To cut out tho bdozo in future, and so
Tho court lectured him and then let him
Jamos Buckley, a vag, got two months In
In splto of the promise ho'd hit the
If he were turned loose.
TAX SALE CASH
FOR NINE MONTHS
COUNTY TREASURER CARBIS has
mado an apportionment of tho
monoys received In taxes, Interest
and costs on tax sale redemptions
between tho dates of July 1, 1W8, and
March 31, 19M. Tho total received amounts
to J11.&49.CS, and Is apportiono as follows:
Stato s J 1.810.60
Stato school 1,102.74
County school ..- T76.1S
City sch6ol 2,230.01
District 21 G.S9
District 22 : 13.25
District 3 24.03
District 24 3.10
District 25 i. 16.11
DlBtrlct 2J ; ; 1.78
Slstrlct 27 i....' 40.07
latrlct 2S 2.80
DiBbiot 20 106.60
DlBtrlct SO 4. 0U
District 3L : 9.07
Dlfltrlct 32 ......i 6.3G
DlBtrlct S3 i u .36
Dlstriot 24 25.04
District 35 i.' 11.43
DlBtrlct SG 4.. 81.83
District 37 8.17
District 38 44 3i3.3-
District 40 JD2.G5
District 41 4 r.. ...... 2.70
District 42 12.45
District 43 , 23.SG
District 41 i 14.4S
District 47 .......4 ,.44. 1.62
District 4S ..,.44i44j 1.14
District E0 i.i....T.-i 21 48
District 53 i.i.i......... 8.C6
District E5 ..... 2.23
District 67 ? 3.34.
Dlstriot CI 16.30
DlBtrlct 6-1 61-12
District 63 ..i.i 3.06
District 67 9.36
LIONS KILL DEEH.
America's Mountain Cat Slays More
Game Than Bullets of tho Huntera.
More deer are killed every year In
California bv tho mountain lions than
by the bulletB of the huntera, says a Los
Angeles dispatch to the New' York Her
ald. Next to the Jaguar, tho mountain Hon
Is the largest cat in the two Americas,
and he is the champion deer slayer of
tho world. Within thirty or forty mlleB
of L03 Angeles he catches the fleet
footed, graceful creatures, and waxes
fat on .tho sweet flesh. He knows no
deer season other than all the time.
Wherever there is good deer country
in this or any other Southwestern State
there la the best place to look for lions,
and that Is one of tho reasons why the
large herds of deer are restless, seldom
staying long in one locality. Thore Is
nothing they fear more than the sight
or smell of a mountain lion. Nbt even
tho sudden appearance of a hunter will
so quickly drive them from a range of
The lion's method of hunting the deer
Is not unllko that of the big catB of
Africa and India in the pursuit of the
antelope and deer of those countries.
Having found a spring or pool whero
the desired game cornea to water at
nightfall, the Hon selects an overhang
ing limb or ledge of rock, when one leap
will carry him to the back or throat of
his prey and thereon ho lays himself in
perfect stillness. In the gathering dusk
the imperfect eye of the deer has llttlo
chance againBt the hidden foe, and the
wind, usually his faithful ally, can help '
him not at all, for the lion Is far too old
a campaigner not to lie up wind from
The deer comes. Ono leap from tho
limb or ledge, and tho Bharp teeth and
powerful paws soon break tho tender
Tho stories that a California lion can
carry away a deer have abundant proof.
It was once tho fortune of a hunter to
follow tho plain, broad trail of the
heavy pads for half a mile and then
come suddenly on the placo where tho
killer slopped to rest. There In plain
outline was the imprint of the deer's
body; but for that whole distance tho
Hon had carried it well up and clear of
"Spell or Fay."
A brand new type of spelling bee is
the latest thing at tho clubs, and It is
a favorite game when a party of men
are sitting around a big tablo In the
cafel because the losers are "stuck" for
drinks or whatever form of refresh
ment Is most In demand. One person
takes any letter, say "d," the person
next to him thinks of some word com
mencing with "d" and announces aloud
the 3econd letter of that word we'll say
"r." The third person takes it up thero
and thinks of another word beginning
with "dr." Ho might say "e." The next
might say "a."
The next person is in a hole, for un
less he gives as the next letter one
which will make a part of a word he is
"stuck, and If the letter he gives is tho
last letter of any word he la also
"Btuck." He might say "n," but if ho
did the next man would challenge him
to announce tho word he had in mind.
If ho said "m," the next man would
claim a word speUcd.
Another instance: No. 1 takes "d,"
2 takes "r," S takes "o," 4 takes "u,"
C takes ''g," G takes "h" and 7 is forced
to take "t" and loses. If No. 7 could
havo though't of any word except
drought he might have "stuck" some
one beyond him. The new game Is
creating quite a furore, and is a favorlto
after dinner pastime and causes much
hard thinking and fun, but It shows Up
the poor spellers terribly. Philadelphia
BOMBAY, April 30.-Lord Curzon of
Kcdleston, viceroy of India, sailed for
homo today oh board tho steamer Arabia. I
lie was given a great send-off. The city
was gaily decorated and largo crowds
gathered to bid him farowcll. Ho ap
peared to bo in excollent health.
J. Burko and H. Horn left five in tho till,
Dccabso thoy had drank somewhat moro
than their 1111
Of bug Juice.
Joe Mansfield, a drunkard, with arm lnmo i
Declared he'd been paralyzed oomo time
But thought If the court would but clve a
For hliu to go 'round holding out tho hlg
Ho soon would bo well.
But in view of the facts tho court did not
That ho could placo credence In Joe Mans
And sent him to JalL
That was 'bout all, save a dealor in hops
Wai found guilty of pulling hlo bUnds on
Ira R. Rudy, Salt Lako City 23
Mattio J. Atkinson, Woodtf Cross 21
Orson M. Page, East Bountiful 27
Annie M. Parker, Salt Lako City 22
Erne3t Parson, Sail Lake City .,28
Katlo E. Moulton, Salt Lako City 26
Perry W. Beckstcad, Gale. v23
Leonora M'ackay, Taylors v'llle 25
Bertrand N. Matthows, Salt Lako City. 31
Clomma Plorcy, Kansas City, Mo 0
John A. Davis, Salt Lake 22
May C. Cox, Salt Lako 20
Thomas Lawrcnco, Jr., Erda 26
Rosa Wagner, Sequatchie, Tenn 20
Lewis W. Peterson. Bluflfdale 23
Margaret E. Crump. Herrlman 19
William H. Comax, Salt Lake... .....24
Jennie Hudson, Salt Lako '.....24
William IL Curtln, St. Joseph, Mo 33
Loulso S. Smith, Salt Lako .............23
Stovon Jensen, Salt Lako 21
Ruth Monson, Salt Lako 15
Harry W. Parker, Trout Creek 22
Atily E Heritage, Reno, Nov 24
Paul P. Chrlstcnsen, Salt Lako SO
Mary A. Wold, Salt Lako 27
Collins G. Bowers, Salt Lako City 21
Margaret B- Williams, West Jordan.,20
James C. McElroy, Butto. Mont 35
Mary E. Roth, Louisville, Ky 33
Charlcu Posoy. Puoblo, Colo 04
Annio Nelson, Puoblo, Colo 40
Edward J. Holtman, Park Valley 22
AHco Lomax, Salt Lako City 20
Emllo Carson, Salt Lako City 21
Fannlo Burrows, Loran ..13
James Rcoves, Salt Lako Cltv 22
Allllo Johnson, Salt Lako City 18
SIvert J. Wormdahl, Salt Lake City. ...30
M. C. Stolllandskc, Salt Lako City... .29
Ollvor E. Leotc, Fall City, Or 63
Amanda Jano White, Salt Lako City.. GO
Renaldo S. Brooks. Salt Lako City 64
Ellzaboth Pitts, Salt Lako City 47
Alfred J. Grlffln. Salt Lako City 27
Lena Schellor, Salt Lako City 23
Ben F, Harrison, Cherry Creek. Nov... .31
' Florcnco A. Wcbbor, Halley, Ida 25
Jerome F. Young, Park City 32
Mrs. Dora C Brlgga, Park City 30
Eddie A. Emms, Salt Lako City 21
vOthcy Swenson, Salt Lake Clty.k 18
The New Rumchundas
Neckties, not breakfast' food, In medium
width four-in-hands, aro the smartest
things in neckwear this spring.
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
16G Main St.
Reese, girl to Isaac and Dora, C61 North
First West, April 23.
Canning, boy to Gcorgo, Jr., and Eunice,
13S West Sovcnth South, April 23.
'Howells. boy to Burt B. and Clco., Tooclo,
April 24. -Larson,
girl to H. P. and Carollno, 03
West Second South. April 23.
Munu, boy to Edwin F. and Anna, 71 N
street, April 12.
Riloy. girl, to George- and Mary 12S0 South
Third East, April 23.
Nlcol, boy to Robert and Emma 630 East
Second South, April 18.
Osborne, boy to B. D. arid Llbby 009 Flr3t
street, April 23.
Anderson, boy to August and Sarah 725
East Seventh South, April 20.
Little, girl to Christopher and May, 663
West First South. April 20.
Tuckor, girl to Mr. and Mrs. J. J., 12
Washington placo, April 25.
Arnold, boy to S. R. and May, 673 Sixth
Ogden, boy to Daniel and Emma, 227
North Sixth West. April 21,
Brown, girl to Thomas and Llla, 323 East
Second South, April 2G.
Turtleson. boy to Scott and Elizabeth,
914 Euclid avenue, April 23.
Grundfor, boy to Andrew and Ida, corner
Sixth North and Sixth West. April 24.
Reed, girl to Mr. and Mrs. William, 1144
Harvard avenue, April 24.
Glade, boy to Mr. and Mrs. G. L., S29 C
street, April 22.
King, girl to Mr. and Mrs. L. J., 62 West
Fourth North, April 20.
Case, hoy to Mr. and Mrs. H., 129 South
First West, April 20.
Unsworth, girl to Albert and Alice, 757
West Second North, April 19.
"I wrote to Doctor
Pierce, wlio sent me
a very ,., kind letter
and advised me."
. Thousands of weak and sick women
can trace the, beginning of a new life of
perfect health to that letter written to
Sick and ailing women are invited to
consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. All
correspottdence held as strictly private
and Bacredly confidential. Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures
weak and aching backs, headaches, nerv
ousness and other womanly ailments by
curing the womanly diseases which cause
"In the Bprltiir of 1000 I became very HI "
rrrltei Mrs. Alriena Scholtx, of Lnlce Washing.
Uil, Leiueur Co., Minn., "my hack was very 8
weak and ached to that I could do no work at I
all, 1 was obtlf ed to tahe to ay bed. I felt a I
constant desire to Urinate and the pains In
abdomen rrere almost unbearable. I wrote id
Dr. Pierce, who sent me a very kind letter, and
ndvised me to take his 'Pavoritc Prescription'
and 'Golden Medical Discovery.' I took six
bottles of each and am a well woman novr I '
cannot say enough In favor of Dr. Pierce,fi u
medicines. " I
"Favorite Prescription w makes weak j
women strong, sick women well. Accept
no substitute for the medicine which 5
works wonders for weak women. 3
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the I
most deslrablo la-ratiyo for delicate I
Balmforth, boy to John and Ellen, 42&
West Sovcnth South, April 10.
Allon, girl to Mr. and Mrs. L. W., 7E1
West South Tomple, April 24.
BronsM. glr"l to Benjamin and Ruby,
rear 133 East Firth South, April 21.
Clark, girl ft Mr. and Mrs. J. P.j zhi O
n treat, April 10. j
Salter, boy, to M 13. and Kva, Fifth
Woat ami Ninth North. April 23.
RasmuBSon, boy. to Edward and Ethel,
SCO Wcat Flr.-U North. April 2S.
Beamy, girl, to D. B. and Zoo, Cuno lano,
Miller, girl, to Alox and Marj North
Point, Aprn 12.
Mill or, girl, to J. M. and Clarlsa, 29 Wast
First Sonth, April 21.
PIcrco, girl, to F. R. and Mary, 463 Third
Boat, April 0.
Holmes, girl, to M E. and Jooophino, 16a
Second North, April 26.
Gllinon, boy, to H. W. and Lillian, 64
North Second WeuL April 23.
Peterson, girl to Louioo and Mary, 80 Pu
eblo ntreot, April 10.
Caby, girl to Edward and Lillian, 463 South
Went Toinple, April 20.
Crtisk, boy tt W. A. und Clara, C27 Fourth
East, April 24.
Moore, pK to Mr. and R. 863 Went
Sccdnn Soutli, April 27.
Buckley, girl to M. F. and Cathorlno, 243
Weat Second South, April 25.
Hlgham, girl to Mr. and Mrs. W. I., StK)
Third street. April p.
Hunter, girl to James and Jano, IBS H
street, April 24.
McCunc, boy to James and May, 246 West
First South, April 23.
Gadd, boy to Arthur and Jennie, 636 South
First West, April 27.
Blllcter, boy to Fredlnand and May, 623
North Fourth Wear, April 27.
McCartney, boy to M. J. and Agnes, W3
South Seventh West, April 23.
Loder. Edw. W., aged GG 110 West Firth
South., April 25.
NIckHon, John, aged 45. Holy Crosa Hos
pital, April 27.
Ferris, Celestla D., aged 45 WHford ward,
Johnson, Gertio A., aired 11-121 South
Eighth Weat. April 27.
Norton, William J., aged S3 Toano, Nev.,
Gee, Lo Wong', aged 6113 Plum alloy,
Mover, Christian, aged 3 Holy CroBs hos
pital, April 24,
Pickorlnsf, Sarah, sored Salt Lako City,
Polller, Francis F., Jr., aped 8 months
1817 South State. April 2L
Hill, Mary E , aged 60726 South Fifth
East, April 21.
Sappington, Raymond, aged 6 647 WeBt
Seventh South, April 22.
Tanarozz, Tarquallna acred Ifl days, Mur
ray, April 15th.
Dixon, Richard A., aged 62 1S01 South
Sevonth EastApril 23.
Connolley. Michael, aged 4S Holy Crocs
Hospital, April IS;
MorrlB, James D, aged 2S rear 621 West
Third North. April 24.
Wright, Ella Ruth, aged 4 363 Alma ave-
nuo, April 23.
Williams, Ella Rose, aged 1 month 61S'
Grans street, April 23,
Smith. Elizabeth I. D., agod 515 East
First North. April 26.
Davis. Mary M.. aged 74146 North Eighth
West, April 24.
Anderson. Asel L. aged 9 days rear 10C3
South Eighth West. April 22.
Nelson, Glen J., aged 7116 South Fourth
West, April 24.
Ensign. Mary Ann, aged 72256 Sixth
East, April 24.
Gould. Mary Willis, aged 61, corner of
Tonth South and Eleventh West, April
Jtidd, Madeline V., aged 14 days. Mill
Creek, April 25.
Howels, Infant of B. B., St Mark's hos
pital. April 23.
Stewart, Samuol, nged 60,246 West Third
South, in Michigan.
Buckmaster, Harland L., aged 23, 8264
Ninth East, April 23.
Green, Ireno May, aged 80262 South
Fourth West, April 27.
Smith, William C, aged 6 Los Angeles,
Cal., April 20.
FlaBhman, Glcndon, aged 10623 West Sec
ond North, April 27.
Thomas, Infant of George 36 South Fifth
East. April 26.
Peterson. Alfred R., aged 20, found in
mountain, February 29.
HI. BEST LEGACyJ
Ricnes take wings and fly away arc squandered and lost t
in extravagance and speculation, and more often prove a Goor? jSnIkI
curse than a blessing. A foolish desire to accumulate wealth V yap SzAmBtt
for the benefit of posterity, has led to the physical undoing fvJwKfl :
of thousands. Health is lost in the mad pursuit of riches, SvBS
diseases are contracted, the vitalising, nutritious properties jit "".r1- B8pf I
of the blood are almost exhausted by demands of the nerv- t W $m ''-CtH" ":
ous system, and it is littl6 wonder that children born of such CSV
parents are sickly, weak, ansemic and illy developed. Bet
ter to be born poor and healthy than rich and sickly.
Good, blood is the best legacy, for that means strong, Vigorous bodies, well nonrlkjrt
systems and nerves, muscles and all the machinery of the body in perfect condition.
handicapped by some inherited disease, not only is life's struggle made harder, but exist :;
becomes a lingering misery, and even if blessed with riches, sickness is a hindrance" to flf
enjo3ment Through the blood, diseases are carried from one generation to another PV
rents transmit them to their children, and so it goes on for years unless the taint '3
moved from the blood. Cancerous Ulcers,
Rheumatism, Blood Poison, Scrofulous 3?2ITED sofula.
Sj o iv eh 1 c Door Sirs: -I inherited Borofula. and about
ores and Swellings, Skin Eruptions of ago Buffortxl intensely from it. Triod every dX VjS
Various kinds, are all evidences of a de- We at great oxpensa, but grew rapidly worse ; in faJkJ:
praved and poisoned blood. " Like begets 3?.,?? '
like" is true of the vegetable world, and against my will, to try s. s. s. After taking six bow? '
. . , -1 p.i iir 1 felt a wwMlerful ohaneo for tho hotter. 1 oonti 1
IS true also of the ailimal kingdom. We take, it for about six months, taking in aU abo fifliitiN
know that certain seeds produce certain tios.wbteh oatveiy ourdmo. )
plants, and sickly parents or those in whose and olot LyoTmSTh in"? pS5 7itT3 rtSl 1
blood is a taint of Some old family ailment better than all doctors for disoa&os caused by SbS .1
ilj j . , j blood, whether inherited or otherwise. In. addlHm It f
or blood poison diseases are apt to develop lnB much iess 63cpeJiSiVe, it does its work thoroSf ij !
in their children, either in infancy or later without fail, wishing you unlimited suocesB, htohrS, '
i'c re it. 1 i c medlorne so Justly deserves, 1 reman, w
on m life. If you can't leave a legacy of Wl h. Stockton, Montgomery v.
riches, at least start them out in life with
pure and unpolluted blood ; this they can with reason expect, for it is their rightful inherit"
an Often some old chronic illness that might have been uprooted and driven out of tie
bloou is neglected, and posterity is made to suffer the consequences of this neglect If von '
have any disease for which bad blood is responsible, to neglect it is almost a crimeyon
are unjust to yourself and false to your offspring to do so. Purify your blood; get rid of.
the taint and leave to others good blood which, after all, is the best legacy. No remedy
ever discovered is so reliable in diseases of the blood as S. S. S. Experience and a thor.
ough test have proven its efficacy. It has been in use for nearly fifty years and has been
growing in popularity all the time, and "S S S. for ih Bieod' is known throughout1
ssB. tne country as the standard remedy in all chronic, deep-seated '
liMf38 blood troubles. S. S. S. is the only blood medicine guaranteed ''
VS. entrety vegetable and which does not contain a single mineral '
fiIaMS iS1"1 Because your disease may be inherited from a long
C line of ancestors is no reason it cannot be cured. Get your blood f
in good condition, and through it new energy and strength areim. 1 ;
parted to all parts of the system, the circulation is quickened, and the old taint, humor or i j
poison causing the disease is driven out through the natural channels. Keep your own -blood
uncoutaminated if you hope to leave a welcome legacy to those who come after. If
you have any chronic trouble or stubborn skin disease due to bad condition of the blood writ i '
us about it and our physicians will cheerfully advise vou without charpe. ' i
THE SWIFT SPECSFIG QQZSPAHY, ATLANTA, GA, ' )
h . Th6 oar5 of Directors of tho Louts. Souvenir Colnn of Admtes!m to tho ston purchasftd Tre allow one estimate mu
r, iana Purchaso Souvenir Coin Com- World's Fair. Theso Souvenir Cdna to b made and filed, of tho total Wo will aUo pay all of yonr exptafM IK
i p?n.J' JD:1 Gr ,Kldt a.n appropriation of Admission aro of ortlstlo and ap- number of paid admissions to tho to St. Lohla and will deliver tfcl IK
r P. w.OW. which will bo presented, In propriate deaipn. are Invaluablo 03 Fair. No ono has any advantage in $60,000 IN ONE GREAT BAG OP H
$ lta entirety, to tho persn who oenda mcmontos of this greatest of all E3- this contest. TOU are Just as likely GOLD as soon as you rv-ach th!a dtr
ua a correct estimate of the EXACT rx-sUlona and aro similar to tho Co- to Ret tho SCQ.W) In Cold as any ono. The total paid adtnisslonfl to V;
mimbor of paid amissions to tho lurabian Half Dollar, asido from their It la all pure luck. 8hould there ba OMcaqo Warld'q Fair were 21,430,141; W
S Louisiana Purchano EosIUon. which intrinsic value, wo will accopt them mro than ona correct estimate, tho paria Frnnco EYnflslllon IS 795,167 V
opens at St Louis, April 30th and In exchange for regular tickets of ad- J50.M0 will be divided equally between ' . r0,nc0' "PSI 'Wryl::' K
closes December 1st 194. Should no miasion to tho World'o Fair, and for tho jwrsons malting- the exact or near- Pan - American Exposition, 5,dbU,SS K
ono succeed in estimating tho exact this purposo ttIH maintain a tloket est correct cstlmatca. Ther may bo , K-
mrmbcr, tho money will bo prosentod olUce at tho main entrance to the Fair no ties or dividing of this money: tho , , K
to the ono who sends ua tho nearest Grounds, which will be open every enormous cum of may be re- DON'T DELATI Wrlto immtdlittr
?xrCnnrL1naienZSnodwrtU Ty JS the World's Fair period, celved by ono person. WHY NOT raid remember that all you biyi W
4r,Tmm ,1? in UnlliSt3 BveryWy wants one of these Souvo- TOU? Tho Lucky Winner will bo do to entitle you to partldjatf
h?,2'0A?A ,lnt nlrs, bort only a limited number will notified tho Instant tho official an- this intellectual and prontabio eontoi Hft!
ii f ZM tvS .1 ver" fer.viaerei t0X Ba, Prtce W cent3- nouncement of the total number of is to enclose 60 cents for a beautiful. K
I tlso and promoto tho sole of our WltM every Souvenir Coin of Admia- paid admissions io mad by the Louis- rare and artlstlo K
SOUVENIR COIN OF ADMISSION I
1 Sv WORLD'S FAIR, ST. LOUIS, MO. 1111 K
1' ffisSS Willi MllffiM Wl
j r citr . . stato Cut out tbls mddress aad -pasta on tho en-
I We're Going!
to mm .fc TO SELL
soon into a Ml the goods!
much larger MB U n hand 1
store, now MmW at C S T' I
being fitted n I
up for us in WWW 'f bargain salc
most modern Mm3S4 or out of date
first-cUsi &hpiA)l'M artideS' ev-
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, OUT GLASS ETC I
LYON & CO,, 143 -MAIN STREET. I
1 1 i i 1 1" i -Ha-
I A Tho great fifteen dollar units so
I Men's Al Barjon's I
1115.00 store ....
1 m tailored, and they ore suits you don p
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1 Why, sir, suits of the same value are sold els owiier o WfJ.
1 money. They come in single or double-breasted styles lin"ltiti. Wh
I the neck closely, trousers cut right, and not a single kink onu fM
1 Come, see the suits, llV0
BARTON & COJ
I One-priced Clothiers, 45-47 Main. JT