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Others Women, Too,
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HEW WIND PROOF SKIRT
DESIGNED BY MISS WHITE.
President of Dressmakers' Protective Association lias Performed a
Service for Womankind Hand of Hair Cloth, Seven Iqches Wide,
Holds Down the Garment.
HER PRACTICAL IDEA THE RESULT OF STUDY AND RESEARCH.
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New York, Jlarch 7. The Dressmakers'
Protective Association, which has been la
session In New York, has vindicated Its
right to existence and Miss White, Its pres
ident, ha performed a service for which
v.-omanklrd will rise up and call her dear.
As a result of study and research by Miss
White, she Is able to chronicle the invention
of n skirt that will withstand the ravages
of tho wind at Nantucket Beach or else-
MOTHER WAS RUN
She Doesn't Hind Bruises, and Al
though Seriously Injured, Will
Kccoter Coachman Es
caped During Excite
ment Which Fol
dent. New York, March ".Her face nearly
black from the bruises she received from
tho wheels of a carriage which ran over her
while she was attempting to save her two
bibles from death, Mrs. Thomas Walsh of
No. ) West Forty-ninth street, told the
story of the trio's narrow escape.
Mrs. Walsh, who had been to Central
Park with the two children, Helen, aged
4. and Lucy, aged 2, was crossing Eighth
avenue at Forty-seventh street. There was
not another vehicle in sight, and the driver
had plenty of room to avoid Mr3. Walsh,
who was pushing a baby carriage. In which
was little Lucy.
"Helen w as at my side," said Mrs. Walsh,
"and when it was Inevitable that I and the
children vvouid be struck I tried to sho,-e
the babv carriage ahead out of the way
and jumped to tne other side of Helen the
side on which the horsis were approaching.
"I was too terrliied to know what I was
doing, but my mother instinct told me to
protect my children, even If I lost my own
"When the horses struck me I saw that
both the babies were run over, and I closed
my ejes and wished death would come.
Tnen I fainted.
"When I came to myself again I was on
the sidewalk and a doctor was bending over
me. 'My children,' I gasped, and when I
was told they were not dead there never
was a happier woman in New York than I,
though the pain I suffered was terrible."
Little Lucy was the worst hurt of the
three. The horses leaped nearly over tho
baby carriage, but the hoofs of one laid
MOCK COURT JOKE
HAS A FATAL ENDING.
Hoy AVfao Encaprd Hnntrtnor Fell to
the Floor and Sustained a
Fort Smith, Ark., March ".The man who
sawctkoff the limb behind him had a coun
terpart In Charles Johnson, a stable boy,
who died In the hospital as a result of In
juries sustained by cutting himself down
from a "hanging" by a kangaroo court.
Johnson was about 16 years of age and
was ono of the "floor bovs" at Goodman's
Mr. Goodman usually has half a dozen
floor bovs cmploved, and It has been their
custom when not busv to engage In holding
a kangaroo court. Whippings. with an old
piece of rubber hose and "hangings" are
the punishments administered by these
There Is a pulley suspended from the cell
ing of the fU-st floor of the Goodman sta
ble, which Is used for pulling feed up to
the feed loft. A kangaroo court "hanging"
consists of tving this lope around the body
of the prisoner and hoisting him to the
Robert Simpon nnd Granville Brooks
were applying the hose to "Kl" Green when
Johnson enmo In with a buggv and Joined
the pnitv In the back part of the stable.
"I guess we'll have to give Jug some of
this." snld one of the bovs.
"Oh, 1 guess not," said Johnson, and he
I rrit to let yon know how I appreciate tout
Caicareti. I commenced taking them lait NoTem
ber and took two tn cent boxea and pasted a tape
worm H ft lone. Then I commenced takincthem
acala and Wednesday, April 4lh, 1 pasied another
tape worm at ft. Ions and oTer a thousand small
worms Previoun to my taklnc Case are ts X didn't
know I had a tape-worm, 1 always had a imall
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Guaranteed to core or your money back.
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ANNUAL SALE. TEH MILLION I0XES
THE KETUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARCH 5, 1903.
NEW WHNDPROOF SKIRT.
where. The new skirt Is shaped like a Illy
nnd for the rest, as far aa externals go, is1
much like an ordinary skirt, but underneath
there is a band of haircloth about seven
Inches wide, which holds the skirt down.
It Is the anchor to 'windward, so to speak.
With the haircloth attached to the flounce
MIsji Modesty might walk around any cor
ner of the earth where the winds now play
havoc with woman's apparel, and all would
IN EFFORT TO SAVE BABES.
MRS. THOMAS WALSH,
Victim of street accident.
open her checck to the bone and broke her
arm. She was taken to Roosevelt Hol
tal, where at first it was feared her skull
The wheels of the carriage passed over
both of Helen's wrists, and crushed them
terribly. She said:
"My hands hurt terribly, but I don't care.
If baby sister gets well."
Mrs. Walsh was badly bruised, particular
ly about the face and body.
In the excitement which followed the ac
cident the driver of the carriage whipped
up his horses and escaped. He was fol
lowed a few blocks by several who saw the
affair, but his team was too fast for the pe
destrians. Mrs. Walsh's husband is a coachman for
Mr. Wcrtheim of Madison avenue and Nine
tieth street. Mrs. Werthelm, as soon as she
heard of tho inlurv to th. Wnlslipo n.nnt t
their home and offered them her assistance.
darted out of the back door, with the others
In pursuit. After a chase of nearly a
block. Johnson was caught by Brooks and
brought back to the stable.
"Did you catch him. Mr. Sheriff?" asktd
Simpson, who acted as Judge of the kanga
"That's whnt I did." replied Brooks.
"Well, we'll have to hang him for run
ning away." remarked the "Judge." and,
laughingly, the bovs tied the rope under his
arms and hoNted him to the ceiling.
Johnson did not tike his punishment in
good part and was fumbling In his pocket
for his knife while ho was being drawn up.
He dangled Just below the celling and his
executioners" were Jeering at him. John
son had one foot on the edge of the finor
of the feed loft and with his hands could
touch the colling.
"I'm going to cut mjbelf down," cried
"Don't do It" answered Brooks, at the
same time beginning to slacken the rope.
xJuh Jonnf" VL, t0 1ulck fr them.
With one s ash of his knife he severed the
rope nnd fell.
it """"""" mums one toot on the fed
i, hi n caustS nlra t0 "Tike the hird
V Yi "-' "" " neau ana snouiaer. The
fall was about thirteen feet
lf, ?s tak?n to Bel,e Pont Hospital,
where it was found that he had sustained
n concussion of the brain. He was insen
sibe when he reached there, and never
fully regained consciousness, dvlng a week
after the accident. "
MAN BREAKS BOY'S LEG.
Daniel Kelly, Whisky Dazed, Bru
tally Assaults a Child.
New York, March 7. Because his whisky
dazed brain conceived the idea that Mil?
Willie Harrington, 8 years old, was making
fun of him, Daniel Kelly, a muscle-hardened
man of 31. beat and kicked the little chap
In Jersey City until he sank hinting to thj
sldwalk with n broken right leg.
For this Kelly now faces a charge of
atrocious assault, and, if convicted, a sen
tence of twelve j ears In prison as a maxi
mum penalty. Ho was at bay before a
mob of angry youngsters bent on stoning
him when Policeman Foley arrested him.
The little Harrington boy Uvea at No. fBl
Grove street. He was playjng- in front of
his house with a group of other children
when Kelly reeled up. The lad had been
mimicking some of his companions and had
not a thought of Kelly until the latter
seized him by the arm.
"Make fun of me, will your' roared the
man. in a purple rage. "I'll teach you!"
and he gave the boy a slap on the face that
made him yell with pain.
"Oh, save me. He will kill me. Oh.
mamma, save me!" shrieked the little fel
low. The man only shook the little chap the
harder, then throwing him from him, Kelly
swung his foot and gave the boy a vicious
kick In the right leg. The boy landed on
the sidewalk, screaming, then lay still, an
Inert, bruised heap. Ha had fainted from
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The Entire Second Floor Annexed and Now Being
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Boys' and Children's Clothing.
When the additions, chansres and improvements now going forward are completed The Model will be a
retail clothing store of magnitude and merit, unsurpassed, and one entirely worthy of the New St. Louis.
The entire first floor, 90x150 feet, the largest clothing salesroom in the United States, will then be devoted
solely to the selling of Men's Clothing. The removal upstairs of our Children's apparel enables us to increase
also the size of our Hat and Shoe departments, making them the most extensive in the city.
It is our second floor, however, that will prove a revelation to the peopleof St. Louis and vicinity. We have
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Clothes in every sense of the word. v '
The Model- came to St. Louis believing that the city deserved a great, modern clothing store in keeping
with its importance, and confident that success would attend the operation of a store conducted along new and
different lines. With only five months gone since we opened the doors, every expectation has been more than
realized. We fulfilled our promises,' and a satisfied public most substantially indorsed our coming.
We repeat our plans for making The Model greater still, and still more useful, are nearing completion.
Soon we will ask the people of New St. Louis to inspect and criticise what we have done. Meanwhile we are dem
onstrating to hundreds of economical clothing buyers that there never was a better time to buy good clothing
cheap than during the rebuilding and changing going on here now.
I i-oSEstHO I
YAQUI INDIANS ARE
Juan Soto, an Influential Chief, Is
in Arizona Enlisting
REBELLION TO BE GENERAL.
Mexican State of Sonora Will Be
Scene of the Uprising Amer
ican Interests, Amount
ing to Millions. i
Phoenix. Ariz.. Feb. 7. Leaders of th
YaquI Indians of Mexico arc attempting to
Incite another rebellion, which Is to be more
sweeping than any previous. Indian war.
The movement is characterized by a con
sistent organization, which Is calculated to
draw out the forces simultaneously and pre
cipitate a general rebellion that will be
more effective than the previous sporadic
and desultory warfare.
Recently Juan Soto, who Is among the
most Inlluentlal of the Yaqul Chiefs, arrived
here from Magdalena for the purpose of se
curing recruits of his race and support from
sympathizers. He made an attempt to con
ceal his Identity, through fear that the
Mexican Government would capture him
upon his return to Mexico en route to the
point vvhero heavy forces are to be mob
ilized upon his return.
Tho presence hero at this time of "Santa
Terifa," the senorlta who is regarded by
the Indians as a saint, and who is credited
with fomenting the last struggle in Mcx
lcois considered slgnitlcant in connection
with the visit of the revolutionary leader.
boto, who comes to this country aa a
recognized agent of large numDers of re
bellious Yaquis, claims that the Indians
were never inoie ueurmined upon a bloouy
i evolution ana the restoration ot wnat they
legara as their rights, ine Chief asserts
that Gtneral Lorenzo Torres, who recently
Issued a statement proclaiming the btate
of bonora to De at protound peai.e. is never
tnuitba ramlllar with the tmeatenlng situa
tion. Une Indians now commended by Chief
Soto have taken no part In the recent up-
lls.lie,.. .. j oi.et himself Wcu ..
splcuous among the revolutionary forces.
tie expresses regret for the noturlety at
tending the llenaish acts of the followers
of John Dwjer, the i'aqui leader who re
cently was captured and nun;,' by the .Mexi
can "authorities, and ueclateu mat the up
rising Instigated by Dvvvcr. was of small
cunstquence In comparison with the general
rebellion now brewing;
The proposed mobilization of the Yaqul
Tribes, scattered all over Mexico, according
to Ciuet Soto, will force tne Mexican au
thorities to make the much-desired conces
sions. Tho cnlef explained his plans, while
In Phoenix to a number of Mexican and.
"xou should all help us," ne exciaimeu,
"and jou, too." he added, pointing to a
former Mexican soldier. "You, are Mexi
cans and not Spaniards."
"Our people," he said, "have had a stand
ing grievance against the Mexican Govern
ment for generations, but the Government
has seldom committed an overt act which
would In itself provoke an uprising. Most
of them have oeen instigated by American
miners' quarrels with tne Yaquls", which,
were settled In Mexican courts.
"The Insurrections have taken place more
frequently since the American miners have
occupied Sonora. and the Injustices which
the Indians suffered In the courts have
aroused their long-slumbering resentment
against the Government. The inconsequen
tial uprisings have had the effect of uniting
the Yaqul Tribes in all parts of the Re
public They have well prepared the Indian
nation for a great revolution which Is now
The Yaqul chieftain is a small, swarthy
warrior pf perhaps 65 years. He Is neatly
dressed and bears the appearance of a
prosperous ranrhwr and. Indeed, that Is his
vocation when not engaged In warfare. He
iioi conversant Wltn me .cojeurn mn
euage, and while In this country U accom
panied by an .Interpreter.
The execution of John Dwyer. alUs
"Yaqul Kid," alias "EI Renega-lo." Ins
probably broken the back of the last Yaqul
rebellion a revolution which has co&t the
Republic of Mexico approximately J150.OP0.
0OT In three years.
Dwjer. formerly an Arizona "covpunch
er." laboring under fancied grievances
against the Mexican Government, acquired
great Influence, and finally leader-ship, over
numbers of Yaqul Indians, and provoked a
warfare so cruel as to put the inquisition to
shame. After narrow lv escaping Ivnchlng
In tha United States he went to Mexico,
where he fell under suspicion of that Gov
You have the most convincing evidence of this fact
every day. Otherwise beautiful faces marred with black
heads, blotches and pimples, muddy or sallow complexions,
and red, rough or oily skins are some of the most common
and conspicuous symptoms or bad blood.
You can hide these ugly and humiliating blemishes by glazing them over -with face
powders and rouge, and the rough and discolored skin is made white and smooth by a lavish
use of cosmetics, but these artificial complexions and false skins only last for a day, when the
eruptions and spots stand out as bare and brazen as ever. The natural beauty and smoothness
of the skin cannot be permanently restored by the use of external applications, for the reason
that these skin diseases are due to some poison or humor in the hlood that must be antidoted
and eliminated before the skin can or will return to
a healthy state. Under the purifj'ing and tonic
effects of S. S. S. all impurities are expelled from
the blood, the general health is invigorated, and all
disfiguring and annoying eruptions promptly and
permanently disappear from the skin, and it becomes
as soft and smooth as ever.
Bad blood tells in many other ways. Itching
and burning eruptions, rashes and sores, boils and
carbuncles show the presence of some irritating
poison or unhealthy matter in the blood, and these
aggravating troubles will continue until the weak
and slow circulation has been quickened and the
deteriorated blood made rich and strong again. Some are born with bad blood, and it begins to
tell in infanc' ; scrofulous affections, sore eyes, scalp diseases, nasal catarrh, stunted growth
brittle bones and soft and flabby muscles are some of the early manifestations of bad blood by
inheritance. These symptoms, if neglected, may develop into some deep-seated and serious blood
trouble later on in life, but the timety use of S. S. S. will check the disease in its incipiency
and the little sufferers grow into healthy manhood and womanhood.
S. S. S. is Nature's Remedy. It contains no Arsenic
Potash, or other mineral, but is strictly a vegetable blood purifier and tonic that can be taken
without fear of any hurtful effects, and with perfect assurance of a speedy and lasting cure.
Our illustrated book on the Skin and its Diseases contains much plain and practical
information about eruptive diseases, their cause and cure, how to take care of the skin etc
that will be of inestimable value to all sufferers. We will mail you a copy free. ' '
Write us about your case and our physicians will gladly furnish anv kfnm,,; .
advice desired without charge. THltSWIFT SPECIFIC cSmHKy, AtLStSl
ernment, and was Incarcerated for a brief
He aroused the. Yaquls to greater cruel
ties than they would naturally have insti
tuted. The cruel cunning of the rtnegado
fostered the infamous blacklist an Inven
tion which outrivaled the operations cf tl.e
Mafia. Up dlsplaved great cunning In tho
dissemination of canards and Inflammable
W Ith the death of the Intelligent and ma
licious head of the Indians, the Interruption
to International commerce and to the op
eration of American enterprises In Sonora
has almost ceased.
When the blood is healthy and pure it tells a different
story, a smooth and flawless skin glowing with health a
sound body and active brain, well nourished system good
appetite and digestion, and restful and refreshing 'sleep '
S. S. S., combining both purifying and tonic properties"
contains all that you need in the way of a blood builder and
N. E. Corner
The damage to American Investments and
commerce can only be estimated approxl
mately. but the losses are known to hav
been very heavy. Of American Interests lr
Mexico, which amount to J500.000.0CO in gold
S37.5OO.O0O is invested in the State of Sonora.
In Sonora lies the Yaqul Valley, which has'
been the principal scene of Indian outrages.
A large amount ot the American capital l
Invested in mines, and the operation ol
their works and the railroads for conveins
ore and supplies to outljlng camps hi!,
been seriously Interfered with by the Indiar
HSR. BEAUTY RESTORED.
When my daughter was threa months old Ecssmo
broko out on hor head, and continued to spread until
her head was entirely covered. She was treated by
aevoral g-ood doctors, butrsw worse, and tha dread
ful disease spread to her face. Shs was taken to two
celobrated health springs, but raoalred no benefit.
2Iany patent medicines wero taken, but without rssult,
until we decided to try S. B. 8., and by tha time tha
first bottle was finished, her head began to heal. A
dozen bottles cured her completely and left her skin
perfectly smooth. She is now twenty years old, and
has a maimiflcent growth of hair. Kot a sign of tha.
dreadful disease has erer returned.
H. T. BHOBS.
13814 Fine Street, St. Louis, Mo.
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