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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MAY 181905.
$1.50 to S4.00
$2.00 to $5.00
irds, in all the
$2.50 to $5.00
Men's Oxfords, in all the
See the latest fad, barefoot sandals
ladies, misses aud children.
"THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED SHOE HOUSE IN THE WEST."
If the falilcd witches of Krin's
Isle had set to work on their
magic pjilnniug-wlii'cls, they
could not have produced better
fabrics than the Genuine Irish
Homespuns ive are showing.
They are handspun and woven.
The wool of which they're made
is picked by the natives of
Western Ireland from the furze
and bushes, which tore It from
the fleece of the cheviot sheep.
The work of coloring is done
by the same hands that picked
the wool, the dyes being natural
colors taken from mountain
plants and shrubs.
The ieMilt is fabric that Is
sturdy and coloring that is
unique. Exceedingly popular
just now. Suits. $:tO to $40.
Flannel Trousei lngs Wash Vcft
Ines Linen Suitings Seersuckers
-Outing Fabrics of every sort that
MacGarthy-Evans Tailoring Co.,
820 Olive St., Opp. P.O.. St.Loulf.no.
Z JOSEPH F. FARISH,
ST I.OIIIS REPUBLIC BCII.DIXG.
"tKL MAIW 3018. KIXLOCH A 07S.
Diamond. Watcnei. Jawelry.. Oun & Platola.
Lowest ntt of bttmt.UOril)K.MIAL
Qlobo Loan Offlco. 109 N. 6th St
MM ll-K Gold, it UM ml if.
7ERWECK-FRECH JEWELRY CO.,
502 N. Sixth St.
rarniaeallycurvt wuboat tnr
fioil eptr&tion. Cur Qutr-
W I m W 9 tld. CeumlUtlon Im S
' So ilaisD for SJ Din Bank
(tt.d. WMimnaD rr btna
a flaiop for 28 pi BookUl
SK. X. NIT SMITH. Sp.cUllrt. 800 01W. St- . l-o.li. Me,
VY.P.CO VYPERTHWAIT LOAN CO.
719 PINE 5TREET.
HIGHEST AMOUNT LOANED
Onv personal property. Buslnta. confidential.
Ptantiful lftfORLD'S FAIR
Designs In W ENVELOPES
Printing, neatly executed at
BICKELHAVP BROS.. Pjnten. 202 N.2d.
WE should think there Is hot much fun
In treklng your weary bones all over this
city these hot days when such a grand store
es the CRAWFORD one has a contract
with the "Transit Company" to let you oft
nt CRAWFORD'S: a store clean and bright
n.t new pin, filled with electric fans, eter
nally on the revolve!! Oceans of clear-as-crystal
drinking water at a temperature of
40 degrees; a stock of goods which Is In
comparable; prices which are unapproacn
able. and service which Is faultless!! But
we have said as much before on several oc
casions!! Low Shoes
Women's and Misses'
finest vlci. velour
and fancy patents.
in me very iaiesi
ana most popular
styles, with neat
sion solos, military heels and
Columbia toes Diamond SDe-
rcisis. juonoav. ng.
3, fl-SO, ?1.10,
i w M w
'Of tho finest, strongest.
besc nnisnea quality.
and a stylo and elo
ganro that will delight
you jnamona ?pe
clal for Monday
And Xulllfiers for
foot comfort AQia
Velvet and Alllcator
Slippers of good quality
Diamond Srjeclal for
8oc dorm to Q3lp
Fur W o m o n.
SandaU 1 7Q
cut to 19
Misses' 81.75 01 OC
Children's tl.50 A
Sandals. 8 to H.SlilSI
- MINIMUM PRICE.
"William's Theolopy Causes Grave
Distrust Among the Orthodox
Clergy of Germain-.
A PROFESSOR'S TEMERITY.
Boldly Reviews at Church Confer
ence Kaiser's .Coquetry With
lletcrodox Writers Cause
of Present Agitation.
Berlin. May 17. The theology of Emperor
William continues to cause grave dl-irust
among the orthordox clergy. Profess r
George Heinrlcl of Lelpslc. with a boldness
rarely shonn In a state or church, delib
erately reviewed, at the recent church con
ference. Emperor William's coquetry with
Professor Helnrici alluded to the circula
tion of Professor Delitzsch's "Babel an!
Bible," with the subtitle "An Address De
livered Twice Before His Majesty, the Em
peror." and said this was creating a feel
ing of unrest and uncertitude In church
The Professor regretted also that Pro
fessor Delitzsch's pamphlet was having
such an enormous sale.
Professor Helnrici referred to the "ex
traordinary distribution of Houston Stew
art Chamberlain's "Foundation of the Nine
teenth Century," which. It was well known
at the court, had made a strong. Impression
upon the Emperor's mind. It being one rf
the few new books which his Majesty said
ho had found time to read.
v "Bail 'outlook for TlieoloRy."
Mr. Chamberlain is of English birth, dots
literary work in the German language and
lives at Vienna. When the author of 'Th
Foundation of the Nineteenth Century" was
In Berlin recently Emperor William cent
for him and showed him marked attention
at the palace, thus giving offense to th-j
Professor Heinrlcl, commenting upon Mr.
Chamberlain's book, said it was a bad out
look for theology when public opinion was
thus misled. The professor's audacious ut
terances have produced animated contro
versy among church people. ...
Although no other member of the Lutheran
Church Conference supported the professor
in nis remain- .V"""'V'", .;, , ,
,... mamhw comDilieu mr.i
tempted to defend the soundness of Ivs
OBJECTED TO RAILROAD SALOON
Prohibition Superintendent Threat
ened to Keinove the Depot.
. tii vT 17 H. A. Boomer,
n0rtengdent o tWs d. "slon of the Lake
KT.nS Western road, Is a strong tcm
nceman At Bosweil a resident erected
rSe brick building near the depot
in which It was announced a saloon was to
h encd Superintendent Boomer forth
with notified the owner or '" J'"""
that "f the saloon was opened there, the
rSad would move Us depot to the oppos to
side of the city, a proceeding which would
greatly depreciate mo lai
building In question.
of the brick
MR. SPRAGUE SAYS
Tou olways get full value for your money
at the Delicatessen Lunchrooms.
ROGERS'S TALL PREACHERS.
Seven Ministers of the Gospel Are
Over Six Feet Tall.
Itogers, Ark., May li. Rogers undoubtedly
has the tallest collection of preachers in the
State of Arkansas. The list is headed by
the Reverend S. L. Holloway, of the Baptist
erend J. H. O'Bryant of the M. E. Church
Iecl zi incnea. wnue me ncverenu . t.
Metts of the M. E. Church, the Reverend
It. M. Thompson of the Christian Church
and the Reverend J. G. Bailey of the Con
gregational, are all G feet or over. Two re
tired M. E. preachers here, the Reverend
Mr. Hughes and the Reverend Mr. Lowrv,
are both over 6 feet.
Women's and Misses
elegant, fancy Hn Lin
ed, mllltarv bceL
showy buckle, very
tony ana aeciaea-
lv tne most rasn-
lonable trick ot tno soason Dia
mond Specials for
onQy. ... CI KQ
CUlldren's 20c Hose...9o
Children's 25c Ilose. 3c
Chlld'n's 35c Hose. 9c
Men's 15c Hose.. ..7c
Hen's 25c Hose. I3o
Men's 35e Hose. 9o
(iet them with
TJnlon Stamn. -virl
'kid. velours or pat
ents that will bear thn
closest lnswctlon Dia
mond Specials for Mon-
dav. 93.0O. Cft
BOYS'. YOUTH8' and
LITTLE GENTS' Light
Box Calf, Tennis. VIcl, Velour
lng Shoes, of the very
best manufacture ;
good shapes, good
material and well
Specials for Monday
and all this QO
L..J1.J0, SMI, 90b
SHARP CONTEST ON
FOR DAVIS MANSION
White House Association Trying to
Save Building Occupied In
Montgomery. Ala., May 17. The fine old
Southern mansion In which, as President of
the Southern Confederacy, Jefferson Davis
resided ilurinR the few months before tho
capital was removed from Montgomery to
Itichmond Is jus,t now a center of Interest.
Some jears ago the Alabama division of the
Daughters of the Confederacy decided that
they would buy the old place and prestrvc
It as a museum and library. A White
Ho'jse committee was duly appointed and
Instructed to proceed with the raising of
the money. Later on one of the two Montgomery-
chapters turned against the enter
prise and set about to abolish the work.
Out of the struggle two more chapters were
evolved in this city, so that there aro now
two on each side of the proposition.
The committee, finding that It could not
legally hold property, procured a chnrter
for a new concern called the First White
House Association, and after some of the
m3t charming lobby work ever seen about
the Alabama Capitol secured the passage
through the last Legislature of a bill ap
propriating $2.5)0 for the purchase of the
hous-e In the name of the new association.
Hut the Governor -ctoed the bill. Nothing
daunted, they have continued the work and
now have In hand some J1.G00.
At several meetings of the State division
there has been a sharp struggle over abol
ishing the enterprise, but the White Houe
faction has always won. Wearying ot the
Htniggle, they let it go by default at tho
annual convention, which has just been
held In Demopolls, and the work was not
only abolished but the committee ordered
to turn over Its funds to the general treas
ury, to be used for some other purpose.
This la where the Interesting part of the
story comes In.
Mr. DavU'a Aid EntUted.
About four years ago the White House
Committee went to Beauvolr and procured
from Mrs. Jefferson Davis as a gift tho
most valuable mementos of her husband
now in existence, beln his complete set of
bedroom furniture just as he used It In his
last days, with all the little bric-a-brac
about the house. Mrs. Davit gave the rel
ies In a letter to the White House Commit
tee in perpetuity, to be taken care of by the
Governor of Alabama at the Capitol until
such time as the Montgomery White House
should be purchased and ready for them.
'They now occupy a room at the Capitol and
are tne center or interest to an visitors.
The question has ben a live one us to
what would become of these valuable relics
in case the daughters abandoned the work of
preserving the White House as- the desig
nated repository In the deed of gift.
The new White House Association, to ev
erybody's surprise, announces that it is
prepared for just that emergency, and pre
sents a last will and testament by Mrs.
Davis herself giving them over to that as
sociation in event the daughters ever abol
ish the work. The will was made la-it
March, and was especially designed to meot
tho contingency that has arisen from tho
victory of tho White House opponents at
Demopolls. The opposition Is thus taken
unawares, the new association will carry
on the work of preserving the old man
sion and the relics of Mr. Dais pass from
the White House Committee to the Whllo
The White House itself is held at J5.O0O
by the owner, and the design Is to move it
to a lot adjoining the grounds of the State
FESTIVAL AT HOEHN'S GROVE.
Picnic to Be Given for Benefit of
The German Evangelical Lutheran Or
phans' Home Association will hold its an
nual festival at Hoehn's Grove. The speak
ers on this occasion will be the Reverend L.
Von Schenk of Belleville and the Reverend
G. P. Schaaf of St. Loulst Mr. Fritz Goe
bel, the president ot the association, will
also read a report on the progress of the
home In the last year, and a very agreeable
report is expectea.
This association consists largely of mem
bers of the local Luthern churches, al
though the Orphans' Home Is situated a
rhort distance from Kirkwood. Mr. Al
brecht is manager of the Institution and
Mr. H. Zagel teacher in charge. The asso
ciation also maintains and supports one
of the most modern and well-equlppel hos
pitals In the city, on the comer of Potomac
and Ohio avenues, of which Miss I Kraus
is deaconess and Doctor H. J. Harnisch
dean of the medical staff.
"The entire orphans' family, numbering
nearly 150, will arrive at the grove at 8
o'clock In the morning, and will be met by
a brass band and the officers of the asso
ciation, who will conduct them to the din
ing halls in the grove, where lunch will be
served to them after their long ride.
At 10 o'clock the morning services begin.
The singing of the congregation will be ac
companied by the band. Choirs of mixed
voices, under tho direction of Messrs.
Barthel and Hoerber, respectively, will
render suitable numbers. In the afternoon
services a choral union ot several men's
choirs, under the direction of Professor
Waltke, will render music
The restaurant on the grounds will be.
managed by the Ladles' Auxiliary Board.
The young ladles of the Reverend Mr.
Marten's church will be In charge of the Ice
ci earn and retresnment stands.
CATHOLIC KNIGHTS TO PARADE.
Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of tlm
Order Will Be .Celebrated.
The tner.ty-flfth anniversary of the Cath
olic Knlehts of America will be celebrated
in this city on Sundaj-, June 1. The knights
will meet and form In line of procerslon at
S a. m., a. Twelfth and Olive streets, with
Major Anton Ilelslng as grand marshal.
They will march to St. Francis Xavter's
Church, Grand and LIndell avenues, where
solemn hieh mass will be celebrated at S-JSO.
In the afternoon a reunion of the knights,
their families and friends will take place at
lamp's Park, where addresses will be made
by the sunreme and State ofllcers
The committee, composed of Anton Incis
ing, chairman: Richard Walsh, secretary;
P. J. Uoerlng, W. H. O'Brien and Vincent J.
Schulte. has completed all arrangements
to make this occasion a memorable event
In .the history of the order In St. Louis.
They have Invited all tho supreme officer
delegates, officers and members of all the
branches In the State of Missouri and sur
rounding towns In the State of Illinois to
take part in the church services and In the
afternoon at the park.
It Is expected there will be at least 3,000
knights In line of march to the church.
BENEFIT FOR BUND GIRLS.
Entertainment Friday at young
Men's Cristian Association Hall.
An entertainment for tho benefit of the
Blind Girls' Home, No. 134 North Garri
son avenue, will be given Friday evening.
May a, at the Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation Hall, Grand and Franklin avenues.
The Institution Is kept up for the support of
the Indigent blind women of the State. It Is
The programme consists of music num
bers and delsarte exercise.. Messrs. Les
ter B. Majors and Albert Hubbard will slni;
and play, respectively. Miss Thlel and Mr.
Vinson will render a duet, and Miss Sra
A. Burleigh will sing. Miss Irene Critch
fle'.d. Mr. Hubert Bauorsach and Miss
Moore are also on the programme.
MERRICK, WALSH & PHELPS' j)FFICE,
Corner Broadway and Locust.
Jtvyirt and tdleri of Jlne ptarlt.
llr. IVcJjA trill be glad to tie you.
Mlaaonrl Valley Collect Exerclnes.
'Marshall. Mo., May 17. The commence
ment exercises at Missouri Valley College
began this evening with the elocutionary
entertainment. Sunday, tho baccalaureate
Bermpn will be preached by Doctor W. H.
Black. On Monday evening the alumni
exercises will take place with a lecture
by the Reverend George P. Beaty of Kan
sas City. Thursday the regular commence
ment exercises nil) be held.
Mayor Reld of Kansas City has been
Invited to deliver the class oration on
Excursion to AVmililngton, Ind.,
And Intermediate stations and return, Sun
day, May 25. via B. & o. S.-W.. J1.M and
leas for round rtrlp. Train will leave Union
Station at 8:08 a. m., instead of 8:21 a. m.,
as heretofore. Ticket offices. Sixth and Olive
and Union Station.
Heavr Rains In Oklahoma.
i Chandler. Ok., May 17. This section of the
country has been' visited by the heaviest
rainstorm in years. Fences are down and
bridges are washed out along, the line of
the .Frisco Railroad., The cotton crop is se
verely damaged, many farmers losing en
Ura'croy. One man waa killed by lightning:
Hi ffl 1 1 n 11 1 1 1 H
I wJi!i - mm 1
I 1 M & P1 I
Vra gjfffi.'""3JfeSC fe f -.-C -lTL jTJJf y j '
Soak the hands on retiring in a strong, hot,
creamy lather of CUTICUEA. SOAP. Dry, and
anoint freely with CUTICfjRA, the great skin
cure and purest of emollients. Wear, during the
night, old loose kid gloves, jwith the finger ends cut
off and air holes cut in the mlms. For red, rough,
chapped hands, 3ry, fissured, itching, feverish
palms, with shapeless nails jjand painful finger ends,
this treatment is simply
Complete External and Intornal
Consisting ofJtmctriu. So vp (45c ),to rlw.ai!e the etln of rrosts and scales aid
soften tho thickened cuticle, CUTICCR oIktkkht (SOc), to Instantly allay Itch
ing, Inflammation, and Irritation, and eixlhe and heal, and Crxict'BA It'nOU
vf.kt I'll l-s(;.V.), to cool asd clcante thLAlood. A SrNCLE Sit Is often stiSl
clcnt to cure the moit tortnrlng, Uit2?ur:jj. and humlllallnjr il', Jp, and
blood hnrrours, with loss of hair, whcriall else falls, bold Aiijtou t!.
world, llrillsu. depot- S7 28, Cnarterhou id Sq. London. French lt' Rua
de la raK, Paris. roTTEBDRUO'AirDCngl.COB''MSotorrop5.Ilun.C.s. A.
CTmrrmx. ItFnx.TiKT Prx.La fChocolsUfl coated i ara anew, uatelet. odoerlen.
loonomlcalinbBUtutafortheolebraUdllalldCRircitttEsoivaNT.u vatlas for.
all otfcrr blooJ imrintra aud humour can.: Each Pill It ntlraleol o ona teMsocti-
ful of liquid Rzsolvzkt. Put op In aepM'
number of dosoa aa a ooo. Bottle ot liquid ill
Are Devouring Everything Greerfj
in Their Path at Evansville, Ind,
Wingless at Baltimore,
Evansville. Ind., May 17. The seventeen-,
year locust. In myriad numbers, appeareff
In Meskor Park and GarWn Park, at tt
margin of this city, to-day. Their track ;as
marked by disappearance of everyth.fcg
APPHAIl AT DAI.TISIORC ALSO.
Baltimore. Md., May 17. The first ot Hho
seventeen- ear locusts, due this monjth,
were seen in the public parks of Balt!nare
to-day. The Insects thut have appe.tved
are without wings. As soon as they (Ap
peared aboe the surface of the earth ijiey
sought tne nearest trees and began to
climb to tho branches.
GEN. ROSECRANS REINTERRD.
Ceremonies Under Direction ofthe
Army of the Cumberland.
Washington. May 17. With Imposingjtcere
monles the remains of Major General, Wil
liam Starko Rosecrans to-day were reln
tcrred In Arlington Cemetery, under lite di
rection of the Society of the Army lit the
Cumberland. The services were pii sided
over by General David B. Henli rson.
Speaker of the House of RepresenljMlves.
President Roosevelt, members of hii. Cabi
net. Senators and Representatives land a
host of friends, including many of a is old
army assistants, were present to paj their
last tribute to the noted soldier.
Full military honors were accorc1d the
remain, which were borne to the gidive on
a caisson. The funeral cortege movqd from
the Arlington Hotel at 10 o'clock, "the es
cort commanded by Lieutenant Colt id Eu
gene D. Dlmmlck, Second United, States
SANTOS-DUMONT IS TO WED.
Engagement to Daughter ef Dis
tinguished Brazilian Announced.
SPECIAL BY CABLE. f
Paris, May 17. The engagement! , of .M.
Santos-Dumont. the Brazll'an aeronaut, to
the daughter of a distinguished Itaazilian Is
Trnnka and Travellnc Gloai.
The cheapest place to buy the abuve goods
isirom the manufacturer. 1 have the
largest assortment in the city, slnd If you
wish to save 23 per cent you ca-j do so by
calling on me. Trunks and travil.Ing ijcodj
repaired. Goods called for anddeJ vered free
of charge. JAS. A. QVJIIRK.
lit and UG South Foul th St..
Opposite Southern Hotel.
Bell and Klnloch Telephones. 7
E. JACCARD JEWELRY CO.'3 OFFICE,
Corner Broadway and La just.
Importtrt and telkri of Jlne dicdumdt.
B. O. S-W
Chance iU Time.
Blue Limited." which formerly
left at 8:40
a. m., will leave at 9
will leave at 8:03 p. m.
will Ieave,at TM a. m. Ticket iofflces: Sixth
and Olive and Union Station. 1
f NAILS WITH
Tijaatment for Every Hnmonr, 81.
- cap poo&at to, containing tba nni ' I
soiraHT, pne vrc.
RETALIATE ON GOULDS
- 'Bumored That Postal Telegraph
Company Will Supplant
New York, May 17. The announcement Is
being repeated to-day with some nhow ot
authority thut the Western Union Tele
graph Company received notice yesterday
from the Pennsylvania Railroad Company
to vacate its occupancy of the right-of-way
of the Pennsylvania svstem; also to vacate
all the telegraph offices and stations -on
the premises of the Pennsylvania Railroad
It Is added that the Postal Telegraph
Company will take up the Western Union
contract upon terms satisfactory to both
Thi3 action by the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company has been threatened for some
time. In view of the Incursion of Mr. Gould's
railroad system Into the Pennsylvania ter
ritory. The extension of the Wabash system to
Pittsbrrg was not favorably regarded by
the Pennsylvania, but was allowed to stand
without further protest, on the basis that
such a system, backed by the Missouri Pa
cific, might need Pittsburg facilities.
The aggression of the Goulds in buying
the Western Maryland and planning for an
outlet to scaooard in competition with the
Pennsylvania system, however, led at once
to the severance of relations, as the West
ern Union Is regarded as being a Gould
PRESIDENT TO VISIT ILLINOIS.
Promises Senator Cullom He Will
Attend Springfield Fair.
Washington, May 17. The President to
day Indicated to Senator Cullom that he
might visit the Illinois State Fair at Spring
field in September.
The President wants to visit the State and
regards this opportunity as a good one.
Fnmooa Creek Inillnn Dead.
Vlnlta. I. T., May 17. News has reached
here of the death of Caesar Rogers, a
prominent kull-blood Creek Indian of tho
Tallahassee town of the Creek Nation.
Caesar Rogers was a leader among the ad
vanced full-bloods of the Creek tribe of
Indians and was 'born In Alabama, then
the old Creek Nation, about the year 1S25.
He came to the Indian Territory with his
parents while a small boy, yet old enough
to remember the Did nation. His parental
grandmother was a Cherokee Indian gf the
type once known as the ChlcamauKas. and
a blood relative to the king of the Chlca
maugas, known as Dragging Canoe. He
was named by hi mother "Se Sa," which
was finally changed to Caesar.
An Important Terrltorr Decision.
Vlnlta, I. T.. May 17.-Judge C. W. Ray
mond has handed down an important ue
cls.on :r. the United States Court for the
Northern District of the Indian Territory
which Is of much interest to the people of
the Indian Territory. The court held that
it was unlawful to obstruct a road in the
Indian Territory which has been In use
seven years or more. This Is a decision
that covers many cases where allottees
have fenced -up roads which have been
traveled by the people for many years.
The penalty for- such violations of the
law has as yet not been stated by the
THE HOUSE WHICH GAVE ST. LOUIS SHOE FAME.
A Gpntlrmau's Shop in ovpry
KPiise of tip? word, constructed
tvitli a view to con-cot htylo and
relialilo wear ami lieiiiK madp on
a tried ami tested foot form la.st,
assures perfect case, comfort and
lit to Hie wearer. This shoe Is
Stacy, Adams iSr Co. goods, made
of the linest kangaroo stock, with
a heavy sole, medium extension
rdce and Goodyear welt.
Sizos 6 to 13-AA to F.
The price may Impress many
who pay 7 to $12 for shoes that
the 'Waukenpha.st cannot be all
we claim for it hut Brandt can
not afford to misrepresent.
The "Waukenphast" is the
J. G. BRANDT SHOE CO.,
V I R i khiH i-
vail f I f )
Er O ers,
Price $1.95 w
For this Parlor Backer. U"tD
Br bulsni erowa o tmnt U Mie
nuumer wltli Intent to drcetTe r- . . . .. , um. , .
. .. mtarr with m for tmntr tt nnd their -friend to
,-nin me brniue ther know they ore always mre o(tlrt-cI&M
F. H. INGALLS,
CURES WEAK MEN FREE.
Innrea LoTt nnd a. napar Home for All
How any man may quickly cure blmseli
after vears of suffering from sexual weak
ness, lost vitality, night losses, varicocele,
etc., nnd enlarge small, weak organ to
full size and vigor. Simply Beud your name
and address to Dr. Knapp Medical Co..
745 Hull building, Detroit, Mich., and they
will gladly send the free receipt with full
direction! so any man may easily cure him
self at home. This Is certainly a most
generous offer, and the following extracts,
takenfrom their daily mall, show what mn
think ef their generosity:
"Dear Sirs Please accept my sincere
thanks for yours of recent date. I have
given your treatment a thorough test and
the benefit has been extraordinary. It has
completely braced me up. I am just as vig
orous as when a boy, and you cannot re-
le how happy I am.'
Dear Sirs Your method worked beauti
fully. Results were exactly what I needed.
Strenath and vigor have completely re
turned and enlargement Is entirely satis
factory." . . , .
"Dear Sirs Tours was received, and I
had no trouble In making use of the re
ceipt as directed, and can truthfully Bay It
Is a boon to weak men. I am greatly Im
proved In size, strength and vigor."
All correspondence Is strictly confiden
tial, mailed In plain, sealed envelope. The
receipt Is free for the asking and they want
every man to have It.
MAY RUN FOR MAYOR
Believed That He Will Be Nom
inated by the Democrats of
New Koclielle, X. Y.
Xew Roch'elle. K. Y.. May 17 Prominent
Democrats met In Xew Ifochelle last night
for the purpese of reorganizing the party In
this city. It Is believed that the movement
contemplates '.he nomination of Augustus
Thomas, the playwright, who Is from Mis
souri, for the next Mayor, and the pushing
from power ot former Mayor Dillon and his
followers, several of whom are under In
dictment for reckl" expenditures made
during their recent administration of the
One hundred Democrats have been Invited
to attend a meeting on next Wednesday
night, at which a Democratic club will be
formed and arrangements for an enrollment
will be made.
Among those Invited a're the members of
the Iselin family, the Emmetts, the Under
bills, Huntingtons and Supreme Court Jus
tice Martin J. Keogh, nono of whom have
taken an active part In local politics In
New Rochelle Is one of. New York's most
exclusive and wealthiest suburbs. Resid
ing there are representatives of New York's
most prominent financial, commercial, art,
literary and professional circles. The vil
lage contains some of the handsomest resi
dence properties In that section of the East.
IF YOU ARE NOT SMOKING
Try one, then notice the fine Aroma of out present Havana Tobacco and
compare it with high-priced imported Cigars.
F. K. Rice Mercantile Clear Co.. Manufacturers. St. Louis. Union
best shoe ever sold at the price.
BROADWAY AND LUCAS AVE.
NEVER DECEIVES OR
I nerer advertWs Ik
"N sfiff iP SHE
roods at lair price a.
IRON 'BEDS. 1.0G op to,2S
OIIIFFOMEKS S.BO ts 24
1IOOKCASKS SD.SO to KI8
ODD DKK88ERS .O.SO to 45
WASHSTA.1IDS... ......"2.50 to 8
L.AC3C CURTAIKS, pair.... IJ2.00 to fg
I bare Z5 mtylva ot Qui ok Comfort ClmrooaJ-Fin Hr
trtKvratora and Im? Cheats. Tlier are th top otoh of
qnalltr nl ttaer aare Ice all the time. Price from
is to sraoo.
-WTiate-rer ran need, pa ah or credit, eome atralarht to tho.
reUaMe one-price atore of
$2.50 to $5.00.
Rakes and Sickles,
From 25C to
50 feet Hose,
Hard Wood Reel,
and Nozzle, only
The following brands are ilriclly guaranteed:
?i-in. 3-ply "Extra Standard," 0CP ft.
li-in. 3-ply "Buckeye," 2c P" It.
-in. 3-ply "High Grade," (5c Pr it
-in. 3-ply "White Swan," 22c per ft.
' We furnish Hose, Nozzle and Couplings
complete, without additional cost.
16 other grades to select from.
See complete stock of NOZZLES,
GREATEST OF SPRING REMEDIES
Still selling at reduced prices, only
DAY RUBBER CO.,
415 N. Fourth Street.
Every 31 oman
11 Intereitcd mi ahonld taapr. .
about U. wonderful
MARVIL Whirling Spray
IUHI tint Surlion. BMi Sf-
Cl xon iiOnTCTiicni.
II UMMt UMNTi
If b. nnot aupply the
yum, DQiiaaiwmpiuiu. t,.
Imnmtert boofc-mU4.lt tire. TV.
i-or bu dt: .
Wolff-Wilson Drur Co.. CB Wtibtortoa art.
Judge A Dolpb, Elo OUT. St.
Baboteau & Co.. Broadwar and Lue art.
"If I had to earn my own Hvinjr. " th
remarked, thoughtfully. "I thtnk I should
try to get a posltlonjn the municipal de
partment of contracts."
"Because that's where they receive pro
posals. Isn't It?" Chicago Post.
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