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THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY, MARCH 9. 1903.
5I3JIri! -; -f ri ;- '$&i&tv''?s&i;
I want every sufferer of Rheumatism
to get a 25-ecnt vial ot my Ilueumatlsm
Cure. I know It will relieve all pain in
from 1 to 3 hours and drive the disease
from the body In a few days. Munyon.
1120 1122 OUVn ST.
(Lrave enr nt 12th nl.)
Great opportunities are presented at Barr'a
for securing choice selection of good durinc
tie month of February- There Is no dlssitl
tactlon with the coods from Missouri's
greatest store after you get them home.
OculUI of l'nriH Inclined n He
Skeptical a to llir Valnr of In
dention to Help tlic Itlluit.
SPECIAL, BV CAHLE TO THE NEW YORK
1IEHALD AND TUB ST LOUIS JtEPUBLIC
Paris. JHrch S. (Copyright. 1903.) Atten
tion has been called to the experiments be
lns mads by Professor Steins with his ap
paratus for restoring sight to the blind.
thf first mention of nlilch sa. made some
Professor Steins'-experiment? jre still xo
lng on, and. according to Mr. Finn), alitor
of 1.R Itevne. formerly of La Itevne des
Itevues. which gave the first nens of what
had been accomplished, thoe v. ho have
M-en the experiments believe that Protes
flor 3teln has accomplished a great deal
and nil) do much more.
Nevertheless, there are some vtelMcnonn
oculist In Paris who are Inclined to be
t-omenhat skeptical n to the alue of the
experiment In which Doctor faze took ,.irt,
and one of thee is Doctor Georse J. Hull.
"I hae never heard or Profeoi Slelm
or of Doctor Caie." said Doctor Hull, ".ind
after reading the substance ot wh.it the lat
ter hays I am comlnced there b nothing
at all In It.
"It Is easy to convey an Impression of
light to the brain if n certain kind of in
strument is applied to the foreluad. Tl..-
N already Known. If a light I placed on
the temple It Is more than piobable that
the person experimented with would have
the Image of the lamp In hi mind and pos
sibly under the influence of the suggestion
he might think he could count figures and
even objects In a room
"He might even reach n point where he
was beginning to feel that he could see
eversthtng. it Is very unfortunate that the
experiment with Doctor Caze should have
heen interrupted at so critical a moment."
1120 11K2 OUVE ST.
(I.puie or at 12lli at.)
TAXl)V-On Saturdar. March 7. IStH. at 4:2t
clock a. m.. our bloJ mallieiv Air As-nnih
Can ay, ai tn & or .t. ears.
Funeral will take ulRCrf from, ber-ron" r!.
'lmeNo. "4229 Morgan Ftrrt. on 11 on 1 ay. Mrch
?V, al 1 cUsJt p. in., lo 2lfnmulnv Crtntttrj.
i:au Claire. Vli., an.l Grrat 'Kalis. Mont.,
t yapia plcaie cow.
' CONLON Entered into rcdt. Sunday, March 3.
l-3. at a o'clock u. m.. nt his home nt-ur Man
cheater. Mo.. r&tilck Conicn. l-rlmed hujlhi.ua
and father, in the e cnt -third jar jf his ace.
KunwaJ nerrhes at 10 a. m- Tuelay, March
1, at PL Joph's Church; themr tu M. l'et-r'a
Ct-meters. Kue IIU1.
DAWSON At the nMJnce. Xo. 4313 Marenrvt-
ta atrnue. Mary DiUhon. daughter of the late
William and itabelU. Dawaon.
runrral from the residence Wrdneiday. March
11. 1M1 at 2:30 o'clock p. m.
1)KIANY On Sunday. March fi. 1W2. at s-m
o'clock a. m . Patrick. Iwloi ed hJtband or
Urldret and father of William Delans and Mrs.
t Geonrt Meera.
m The funeral ivlll take place Tuesday. Man.li 1.
i Cullen & Kells. No. 2TSi Cata RrrUf. to St.
I-irenc O'TooJe Chuich, thene-rt to Cahary
Ctmeter'. Friend aro Invited to attend.
DOUR Johanna. K wlf of ih i vi.i.,.
I Dohr Of Klrk(Hd. Mo.. ttrrA 76 xar. ot .,
i1ldc ,c her nubter, Mra. tl j! Uojd.
w. iwia jvuifrr tiitri.
lnernl nenlcea at V:W a, m.. Mondav. ln-
Uerment In Oai; Hill Ometer. Klrkoud, ia
6 Missouri Pacific Hallrcad.
UL'XN'-On Thuridflx. lur. it : ii Vn--
l.urjr, illxn., Georit W. Dunn. beloed fiueband o;
ilna Dunn ne rowem, and brother ot Thomas
and Jamea Dunn, at the k ot 48 sear.
fi Funeral will tak ulate from family residence,
No. 4231 Paxe aicaue. Mondas. March , 1W3.
ai z p. m.
Deceased waa a member of 1'hivniT i.iv v
MW. A. O. U.
LHiih& 1SturdJV March 7. IW3. at It p.
tlchsel Hetni. aged n jeafl 11 months in" 7
(JMnjral Monday. Jtsrch S. nt 1 p. in., from
. t. Ir)cra undertaJdnz-room. No. s5 Chou-
u aenue, to Annunciation iThurtb. thfm- in
p. Tettr and raufa Cemeten'.
iwvntjvv . .... . ...
r ili- ii Klenemann, dar btloel uaurbter
I'ler). and dear aler or Melva KKneraannl at
e aga of fi months and lg daa.
puneral from family residence. No. KM Natural
uldae rrii! fnn.. t..i. . .
elatlies and frlenJa imlted to attend.
IlNOEMKrEIt-On Saturday. March T. 1903. at
Ko clock a. m after a ihorr illnm. Julia
K"V,2i CitheriM and t'ora tnemejer;
Funeral will take place Tuesday. Mnrch 10. at
-v . u., .mm .-u. jiu ai, ijouis aienue. In
HSt St. Tvilil. Ill n u, -K-lu-l .'
k -- i . .- ... .itiiums inurcn
I. Ixjuls). thence to CaUary Omttery.
ML'NDT-On gaturday. March T. 1K3. Kred-
... auuOTimn iiuin-T oi uguii. iienry.
Url; and Alttna. Mundt, aged 73 jearj and 1
runeral will take place on Tuesday, March
. at 1:30 p. m.. from residence. Xn. tll Tttif.
ireet. Itelathea and fritnds are unltej to
'KRIXER On Sunday. March S. IMS. at 5 a.
I. alter a Short lllne.. Mirhael 'nn.r K.lni..i
lusband of Marr Nelntr inee Wild) and tathfr
sumw. xiuii. tcar. juua. iierina. and Hairr
Iner. at the age of 48 years and C months.
uneral twu take place Tuesday, March 10. at
l p. m.. from family residence. No. 1SI9 War.
a streeL. relatics and friends Invited to at-
Deceased iras a member of lookout Council.
w. wj. aiuuviijii union.
SIMI55in..r.lclJ'-. ilaKh JW3- t ':
nd :Ve "MlHrVi-cI-SV".- na?. '.. '!u':
r.i,.. t v-... "v.u'"i r. ""' "a :"
;; "liVthV ;: rx. "?i?2'j ?r? sf"mii"-
. Ulmlwl B(ru vj jraii,
lMneral Monday, Match . at 2 p. m., from
,iui.j. iuonT, .-so. i,i south Eurhteenta
Treei. .uiauvea and frlendi Imlted to attend.
STrnEnfat-Entered Into rest. Sunday. March
1H1, at l:3t n. m.. at the Blind Olrla- Home.
Jrs. Ida Stueber. late of Kimai riiv. Mo.
runeral from the home. No. 1134 North Garrt-
Bson aenue, Tuesday at 10 o'clock. Interment
Kansas City papers please copy.
L.8WfS-NSi. Ent'rl law reit. on Sunday.
March . 1903. at S:a a. in., after a eevere Ill
ness. Mrs. Bessie Sweeney (nee Hartuni). at
(her home. No. U Galne strett.
llineral will take place on Tuesday, March 10.
Jut S p. m.. from the faintly residence.
Qulncy. 11L. Marine, 111., and Baltimore, Md.,
papers please copy.
k WELSH Kntered Into rest, on Sunday. March
1902. at 1:39 o'clock p. m.. after a llngerinc
nees. Ko.almd O. A elah. he!A..t diiiphi.p nf
Build and Rore Welsh lnn n.tfi.vi unrl
ear sister of Joseph J.. Allee K . M.rvnret IT .
vmIph. nnd Sarah G. Wetrh ani th. int. r-i
i. Welsh, at the age of 15 years 4 months and 1
llThe funeral wilt take place on Tuesday, March
jk at i o'clock p. m.. from family residence. No.
it jnc U411H.IILC airiiu-, 10 ot. 3iaunew a
plurch. thence to Calvary Cemetery. Frlsnds
Imlted to atttnc
TO DECLARE STRIKE
Three Thousand Men Will .Stop
Work Unless Demands
ASK FIVE PER CENT INCREASE.
Union Unanimously Decides on Ac
tion After KlTorts for Scale
The brlckmakers at their mcctins etcr
day decided to ku on a strike. The work
men will meet this morning at No. 1WG
Franklin aenue to receive Instructions
from the otllcer-j of the union.
.OhiuI three thousand men will walk out
to-day, and It Is thought as many more will
follow before the end of the week, unless
some agreement Is made between the brick
manufacturers and the llulldlnc; Material
The strike of the bricknukeri was asreeu
upon by a unanimous otc. Assurance has
been given bv other unions represented in
the iiuIMIiiB "Material Trade Council that
they will refuse to work unless the employ
ers accede to the demands.
The Central Trade and I-abor unions are
Indirectly Involved in the strike, as they are
atllllated with the Huilding .Material Trades
OONr-ERENCK OF NO AVA1U
Representatives of the Udraullc I'r-'ss
Brick Company, the largest concern inter;
ested In the movements of the brlckmakers
union, wulted upon Secretary Kichaixl J'
"oirrey of the JluIUUnt? Material Trades
Council. Iat Saturday, but weie unable to
asree on a settlement. ,
The men demand recognition of the union,
change of hours and iiiereae of wag-"8.
They submitted a t.cale a week iifo. deciar
Ihk then that If it wa-s not .ird to by
the emplojers they would so nut on sttiKe.
The wase scale was not ueceiitnb!" to the
emploveis, and they drew one. but It , was
ejected. Since then negotiations have
been pendinK between the union and em
ployers, and at jesteiday's meeting th"
workmen decided to strike.
Included In the Hrlckmal.ers' Union are
bilckmaker. brk-ksetters. clay miner, en
gineers, Dreinen and ttamsttis.
DEMANDS OP UNION.
The wage scale -ubmitted by the men
provide for a graduated Increase in all
branches of the trade, averaging about 5
per cent. An eight-hour work day Is al'o
The Itrlckmakers' Union I one of the
trcms."e"t organization represented In the
Huilding Material TiadeV Council Other
trades In the council are the cabinetmakers,
ornamental glasmakers. meta' polishers,
engineers, firemen, granitoid and cement
w otkers, icrra-cotta woikeis mid maible
It was stated at union headquarters yes
terday that unit the brlckmakei-' strike
Is settled before the end of the wee!; all
the other unions represented In the Huild
Ins Material Tiadts Council will to out In
Negotiation" with the employers were
conducted for the union by a committee
composed of Richard Deb.irry. II. Mayer
and V. Cook. It was as a reult of their
report at esterday' meeting that the
strike was ordered.
DEATH OF PIONEER RESIDENT.
John alcDonaltl Lived in St. Louis
Funeral service for John McDonald, an
old resident of St. l.oul.s. took place Thurs
day morning at Visitation Church and
were conducted with a leyulem high mass
by the Heverend Father McCartney, as-
Who died at the age of 76 years.
sisted by Father Zlegler and Father Mc
Donald, thn latter a nephew of Mi. .Mc
Donald. The Interment was made In Cal
Mr. McDonald died at his home. Xo tjj
Eanon avenue. He was Tii vears old For
fifty-six ears he was a fe-ddent of St.
Louis, -omlng here from Ireland. He led
an active buines life until his health
failed. His wife died many vears ago. Ha
Is survived by lx children, a brother,
Thomas McDonald, and a slt;r, Mr Mary
Cn-nhlinsr m Felony.
Olymnia. Wash., March 8. The Governor
has signed the bill making gambling a fel
ony In the State of Washington.
"Itamt on Every Piece."
Bsery Package Warranted!
If you buy Lowney's Candies in the
original sealed packages you will find them
is perfect condition, oimoney tefunded.
"Special" lnorttd . i lb. 60c; H lb. &Sc
"Saaiealr" . . . . i lb. COc; a lb. SSc.
" iaterlean Beatitlci" i lb. SOc ; a lb. 30c
"PIU,' "Paailef ,Ihtv..,.. ...
rForVt.nie.oU" j ' Ib' 60c-: lb-80-
"Go'.fen" i lb. COc; H lb. SOc
"Coloalal Dimu" . . i lb. oc;;s Ib.JOc.
"Chocolate PeppermlaU" 10c and SSc
"Ckocolatellmoaii' . 15c, Sic and 60c
Lowney'e Package arm
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WORLD SUPREMACY THEORY.
Keren t Arlirle liy Alfred Kussell Wallace. Hiving to Man the
silion of Supreme Importance in the Universe, Appeals to
Christians, Who Have Felt Their Faith Wavering.
Alfred Rii-kll Wallace Is, with Mr. Hcibert Spencer. tli .it surior of
that little, band of M-Icntiflc workers who have immortalized thei name- In the
dNcovery or the elaboration of the niodtrn theories of evolution.,. . j-
UI recent article oil "ilaifis Piece In Nature,", wherein he stars tin man the
position of supreme Importance In the unlere und seeks to hov.: th:.t hi earth
is the center of the entire stellar system, has attracted wide attention fiom
scientists, from clergymen and from the geneial public.
Kspeclaily hn It appealed to Christians who felt their faith wavering 1' what
seemed to he science'." Ilual timate of the relative inlKiilHcance of man anil of
the planet on which he l!e". Hut not all scientists nor clergymen nor lajmen
have accepted Its conclusions.
The Republic has asked two of the leading astronomers of the world, ii.
Camllie Flammarion of l'ari., author of many fascinatliiK essays on astrolofiical
literature, and the Reverend George II. Searle of the Paullst congregation in New
York, who his been professor or assistant piofessor of astronomy ut the Naval
Academy, Harvard College and the Catholic I'nixersity at Washington and is es
pecially known as the discoverer of the asteroid Pandora, to discuss the stientiflc
value of Mr. Wallace's observations.
IIY ('11111.1.1-: l.'I.AMUlllION.
SI'KflAI. UY OAHL.IC TO THE NEW YOKK
llKHAI.t) AND TUB ST. IJUIS ItEft'BI.le.
Parli, March 7. (Copyright, lW3)-Flrst
of all. let me say that Doctor Wallace, as
a great naturalist ind eminent savant, has
my very highest esteem and sincere rever
ence. It is. therefore, a matter of regret
to me to be in such utter dlagreraent with
his reasoning and deductions In the pies
ent nn.tti r.
Krom a scrutiny of his arguments It would
appear that his fundamental proposition. Is
that our planet Is at the center of the
I'nlverse, and that the end and purpose of
creation was our humanity.
To establish this proposition, Ductur Wal
lace declares that our sun is the center of
a globular star cluster, and that this star
cluster occupies nearly the central position
in the plane of the Milky Way.
I regret to say in this he has doubly
In the first place our sun does not con
stitute part of a globular star cluster.
Secondly. It Is not nt the center of the
plane of the Milky Way.
The distance of thirty stars is known to
us. The nearest, for example is Alpha
Centaurl, wh'ch Is forty-one trillion kilome
tres away. The furthest U 1SW. Groom
brlJge, which is no less than eighty hun
dred trillion kilometres distant.
Now, it would be scarcely permissible
for one to say that these thirty stars,
scattered around at Intervening distances,
form a cluster. Then, besides, these stars
themselves cannot be considered as so many
masses, they being formed of muny, many
thousands of other stars, such as the con
stellation of Hercules, which you may see
any fine evening with a simple spyglass.
On the second point we are not at the
center of the Milky Way. as to the exact
form of which we are still In doubt.
We are In Its middle plane. It Is true,
but appreciably distant from the center.
An Inhabitant of the nearest star, such
as Alpha Centaurl or 61, cygnl, would
have the same right as you or 1 to
imagine himself at the center of the Milky
Moreover, to suppose that the present
limits of science correspond to the limits
of the universe, it strikes me as somewhat
fanciful, for as the telescope becomes
sitonger and the photographic plate more
sen-itlvc. man ctn penetrate further and
stHI futrher Into the abyss ot space.
IOWA FARMERS ARE MOVING
TO NEW LOCATIONS AT MACON
lliej Claim Tiiat Store- Fertile I.mid
Can lie Obtained In .Mis
souri. REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Macon, Mo., March 7. The invasion of
Northern Missouri by the land purchasers
from Iowa Is now on. The trades were con
summated last summer and fall, posses
sion to be given between the 1st and 10th
of March. As a consequence, every train
from the north Is bringing colonies of Mis
souri's new citizens
A special car from Taylor and Story coun
ties. Iowa, brought to Macon this week
fifteen families. The real estate concern
that was Instrumental in setting them here
had these people and another consignment
of twenty families on Its- hands this -week.
To accommodate them It had to charter
the Trcmont Hotel and the Miller House.
The people coming from Iqwa are very
desirable. They are thoroughly experi
enced In land development. Some bring
with them methods that may bs Instructive
In Iowa their practice has been to turn
every foot ot land to account and alternate
Offc. a Pound for Schotten's 1904 Roasted
"Coffee. Prices of all coffees much lower
now than they ever were. Why huy the
same grade of coffee and pay the same
retail price you paid ten years ago?
You know you are not paying as much for sugar, coal oil and other neces
sities as you did ten years ago ! Why ?
Because production has been greatly increased and the cost greatly
decreased. But how about coffee ?
In June, 1887 No. 7 Standard Rio was quoted at 20'c. per lb. To-day
the same grade is quoted at 5ic per lb. ThinK of the difference ! Of course
this is a low-grade coffee and reduction on all grades has not been corre
spondingly great, but all grades have been materially reduced. '
We propose to give every consumer of coffee in St. Louis the proper
advantages of this decrease and, therefore, we have placed a coffee on the
market which will be known as "SCHOTTEN'S 1904 ROASTED COFFEE."
We positively guarantee it to be as 'good and in many cases better than many
of the other coffees put up in cans for which you have been paying 30 to 40c.
per pound. We have adopted for our 1904 coffee this motto: "A better
coffee for less money."
We ask every user of coffee to buy one pound of Schotten's 1904 Roasted
Coffee on trial. Do not hesitate to buy this coffee simply because the price is
less tHan you have been paying. We repeat that this coffee is equal to, and in
many cases better than, those coffees put up in tin cans for -which you have
been paying 30c. to 40c. per lb. This means that when you buy a package of
Schotten's 1904 Roasted Coffee you will be saving from 5c. to 15c. Schotten's
1904 Roasted Coffee is put up in air-tight cartons (whole, ground or pul
verized) pound cartons only don't forget each carton contains full pound and
the price is 25c.
Our booklet, " Coffee Hints," sent free to any one on request. Write for it.
WM. SCHOTTEN & COMPANY St. Louis
Doctor Wallace reaaons much a, as
trologers of the Fourteenth Century did. believing-
they hart attained the limit of as
As a matter of fact, our conquests in this
tespect ale as nothing comyaied with the
Immensity of nature.
As for the deduction that becauw we live
so well on earth our planet ii the only
habitable one, and that life Is possible on
the terrestrial globe alone. 1 can only say
that It Is not good science.
It Is rather the reasoning: of a fish, con
vinced that nothing can live except in wa
ter. 1 am inclined to believe the Illustrious
British naturalist, therefore, has some
cieater reaou than those we have as) vet
been permitted to study on which to base
At present I am unable to explain how he
could otherwise arrive at such a narrow
and light deduction.
IIY U. M. SKlll.K.
New York. Feb. 7. The article by Mr.
Wallace on "Man's Place In the Universe"
has attracted a meat unusual amount of
attention and Interest. This, no doubt. l-
partly due to the unquestioned eminence of
the author as a scientific man; but perhaps
even more to the conclusion at which he
ai rives, which seems to himself, and prob
ably to most people, as one materially help
ing to remove astronomical difficulties In
the way of the Christian religion.
This interest is" very gratifying to all be
lievers, for It seems to show that a great
many people wish to have such dlflicultles
removed, that they really desire to believe.
We are a great deal more Interested In
what we hope than In what we fear to bo
true. We want to know the one and ig
nore the other.
The article In question, however has not
really quite the strength or weight which
It Is supposed to have. It does not rest on
any discoveries recently made. The author,
though most dlsUngulshed In his own de
partment of science. Is not a specialist in
astionomy, and the real facts he adduces
arc simply those iriven In text-book. Ills
main thesis as to the central position of the
sun In the universe, so far a.s it Is really
warranted by the fact, is one already com
That the universe has a limit, so that a
central position l possible. Is a fairly legit
imate conclusion, obtained from the fact
thst theie are fewer stars than we ought to
find of the very faint brilliancy, now made
visible by our large telescopes, than there
would be if such were not the case, and
also from another consideration. It Is hard
ly worth while to explain this matter more,
thoroughly here. Mr. Wallace has done so
very clearly, but In this he, ot course, claims
crops, so as to Improve the quality of the
See our Windows for Correct Fabrics. Har
lan Bros., Tailors. Sixth ana St. Charles
DUG UP A POT OF GOLD.
James Moouey Unearthed $1,0(10
While Digging Tost Hole.
Owensboro. Ky March 8. James Mooney
of near Stanhope, Webster County un
earthed Jl.UQO In gold while digging peat
holes on the farm of William Gardiner.
Gardiner and Mooney were working to
gether. Gardiner, with a spade, was dig
ging to where the dirt became hard and
Mooney was following with a post-hole dU;
ger. Gardiner's attention was attracted by
Mooney, who was down on hla knees) some
six holes In the rear. He discovered that
his employe had struck a gold mine and
waa taking J0 gold pieces from the unfin
ished post hole by the handful. Upon
counting it lie louna limi mere was ,l,wu.
Mooney pocketed the money "and refused
10 nivme wun tne owner 01 inc land, or
even to lend him $20.
Prom. the rjosltion of the money It Is .im
posed that It was buried In a tin or wooden'
vessel. It la said that a man committed
suicide near this spot about the close ot
the war. and be was supposed to have a.
lot of money.
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Office Assessment of the Kevenue.
City Hrfll.Mnrket and Twelfth Streets,
Rooms lit, 115 and 117.
St. Louis. Mo.. March Mth. 1SI.
The assessment books for the taxes
of the year 1MI. are now complete
and are open fir Inspection.
Taxpayers are requested to call at
this office and examine tlielr assess
ments The Hoard of Equalisation will
meet in thi- ortlce on Monday, the
sixteenth day of March. 19:3, and will
remain In session four (1 weeks. If
the business before it requires it, and
no longer. Alt appeals against atwss
ineiits must lie made In writing and
Blank forms can be procured at
JOHN J. (VUU1EN.
President Board of Assessors.
HONDURAN FORCES DEFEATED.
Iteiioi'tetl Tlmt (Senoral Peireru
Was Killed and Lojicz Captured.
Panama, March 7. A cablegram from San
Salvador states that the Honduran Govern
ment forces, under the command of General
KzequUI I-'trrera and General Lopez, have
been defeated at Talsu bv the revolution- I
arles supporting Senor Bonllla. General Fer- shock of earthquake was felt yesterday att
rera was killed and General Lopez and his j ernoon lneasines is felt
staff were taken prisoners. ' ...
There's nothing so bad for
There's .nothing so good for a cough as
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Tbe best time to tike it is when the' cold first comes on, when the trouble
is in tbe throat.
Throat tickling, throat colds, throat coughs are all easily controlled with
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Doctors first prescribed this nearly 60 years ago. They use it more today
than ever. They know its ingredients. They understand how it heals con.
tested membranes and overcomes inflammation. Ask your owe doctor
about using this medicine for colds, coughs, and all lung troubles.
'. t. 0. vra OO.. &owU. Xasa.
I had a terrible court last iprlac, aa it took Jut on bottla of Arar'a Charrr Pectoral to
eemsletal j core me. I bare ned this ine41eu in mr family for many, many jnn.-
r Mas. J. B. DAJrrQKTH. St. Jeseph. Men.
TMieci im ciuiim uticrait
vaBtan 4.mm aamr a'aiiaa.ia
LOUIS. Tcicnoic Lindcu, 1S6
Toiacsa una iuiumitscmi.
HOW IS YOUR 0
THE BEST BRAND
It pti.tluivi it prettier lawn than
auy iitlicr seed. It scow quickly
ami all sea.xuu. Vnlike Blue Urass.
It retains Its beautj- In the late
.summer and frll.
P roc urn lilt only from n
our "screen aeal packiiK
AVe alsu have
PURE KENTUCKY BLUE GRASS
Our Lawn Enricher
Should now be applied to all lawns.
It adds strength and deep Rreen color
to the irrass. Makes a durable od.
Idi A RITJC OEED
r "-A-IIH I sj OTORE
I NEW STORE, 615 N. FOURTH ST.,
Bet. Washington and I.ucas Aves.
Fret Oe.'t erles. Both Phoaes.
Is interetted andihonManow
anout U wonderful
MARVEL Whirling Spray
USB f union. . --
l HOK lo-TCaui.
A vsar arMeht f.r II.
If hi rannoi supply tba
VIRTKL. act enl no
oincr, but Mn4 stamp for II- t
Jimratad tot-Ult itm '
fnll n.rtliml.TsafMlrilrtM.tinn In.
v.lnhlatrjlid!s. SI . It VKL CO..
1-Oft SALE IiT
Wolft-WII-on Drug Co.. iS2 Washington ave.
Itabolrau & Co.. Broadway and L.ucas ave.
JudKe & Oulph. Hi Olive st.
Unrttiqnnke at Dominica.
St. Thomas, Danish West Indie", JIarch 8.
The Island of Dominica. British West. In
dies. Is experiencing a. series of dimuietlntr
seismic disturbances, a severe and nrotonsed
I oiv In flie time to ott H
It's first, the throat;
Then, the bronchial tubes;
Next, the lungs;
At last, Consumption.
a cough as coughing I
IttgUiar isle every Sato..
K'ntrat offices. ISOS-19-12 Cboct
rea'dencea a p'C'ally. Phone Klni.
H and 71 Waihlsgtcn ave., hindr ofFtr
ana Marine 3ala. Watch for special notices.
SA3ILKI. GXS, Manager.
Messrs. Xlxoa & Zimmerman Present
In Go. W. I.tiWer's JlnfJcal Play.
I'rilrr pr-rwnal Direction "W". D. Mann.
ItEdl'I.AIt MAT. SATURDAY.
NEXT MONDAY Rssinsd Seats Thursday
KIRKB I.A SHBLLB PRESENTS
Dramatized by Henry M BIo-ora from his oirn
I light fill ptory
OLYMPIC-WedTand Sat. Mats.
KI-W A ERI.AXCER PRESENT
Gus - jEtOG-SJIsLEl Max
In .lid n J. MrNalljV I.alut Vaudovllle Jrc.
Thi- ItuKrrx llros. In Ilnrvnrtl."
Mu-Ic bj- Maurice- I-l. r.ric lv J. Cheevr
:oolwln nl l-il IJirUlnlrr.
lr.cf-. !"! to Sl.S-''. Curtain at &.13 aiia
NEXT MONDAY-Seat SaloThursday
Ami her emir Ionlon Crmi-anv. j-rri-enllne a
incdi-rn sucltty play.
ALL THIS WEEK AH9 HEXT SUNDAY
trer nl Vnynr.
(. II, Unthau.
lJurea. and K(m.
3 I-l i!iKiton- 2.
Itatmimd airl Vack.
D-Vany ftnJ Allen
Tny and Elmer Ctv
Xi'sjuflii nd Nfw-n-
simjthe and Smj'the.
IS Z-Zy All Orchestra chairs reined. Tte.
THE LITTLE MOTHER.
I.t,"lli- Liltli tkirck lrKidtae Cinir."
The hopuUtr Thtattr of
the city; the house ter
lad cs and children.
IJ-Oit Matlneea Tuesday. Thursday. Satnrday.
Meht Prlcef-loc. ir. Xc. 6-)c-N"o HUber.
SSS.7 A RAGGED HERO s.ffl?...s,',
Sun. Hat. Next "ALASKA" Realistic.
DARin MATINEES WED. AND SAT
UiKMIll GOOD SEATS, 25 CENTS.
Kllht Prices, lie. ftc. Ec. 5Cc. 75e.
l"rl E. Wrishfs Beautiful Production.
"YORK STATE FOLKS"
BIin;et Hit In the Dramatic World.
Tna Heme of Folly-Two Frolic Dally.
BIG CITY SPORTS CO.
Next Attraction Knickerbocker Eurleaquers.
Tnrilj. Mnrch 1), 1 !'::. 8 p. in.
ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF OPERA,
Sean at Bullnvin's. Pricis Jt. lc. inc. Sax
sal'. II. M.
Tu.-Jsy. March 10. lStc. s p. m.,
ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF OPERA.
"CHIMES OF NORMANDY."
Perrect ". Excellent iliorus.
rfeat at Bollman's. Prlcee. JI. TSc. SOc. Box
ISHBUnTII " BUIT
Ito WiSO p. at. Admlitha 10a
33d and Olive Streets
Qo You Ever
stop to consider the
present efficiency ot the
compared with what it
was before the"HUiTAi" a
catered the field? W
PROCLAMATION BY THE MAYOR.
By virtue of the authority vested by law
Ii: the undersigned. Holla Wells. Mayor of
St Iiuls. a special election Is herebycalled
to be- held In all election precincts In th
Cltv t St, I .outs on Tuesday, the 7th day-of
Apill 1902. said .-.pedal election being; called
to fill the vacancv In the ofilce- of Inspector
ot Weights and Measures for. the unexpired
term enIln.r fust Tuesdav In April. 13CS..
IK WITNnSS WltKKEOF I have here
untii set my hanil and caused the snl of
the City of St. IjuuN to be hereto attached,
thliTHth day of I'ebruary. 1303.
ISetLl ROLU WBI.LS.
Attest: Mayor. (
JAM US G. McCONKBr.
SV2 Hours to
9.00 a. m.. 9:CS n. m...::o: a. m.
Olive and Sixth and Union Station.
-ii-.'o Jt wzi oi.ivn st.
(l.raie rar at lUtli at.)
WIUJAM F. KOlIKa B. J. DIBKNETtat,
nsTACusnsD in im.
1II5SOLKI STATE M ITU AD FIRB AXD
N SfAKlMi l.NSL'UAACK COUPAKY.
oiUlc. No. 117 Clienoul ju, at. luu. Ma,
lei. lit II Main ZmIA. 'rZU Uulnca A Ivd.
FolWlta ara written on either atoctt" or muttul ouuai
Uenry C. Haariuck. J. B. c Lucas. -
M. K. Orthnefn. D. D. Walker?
AUiuatua Nnlderhot. Jam. W. Uail,
IVm- V. Iloinea. '
KING OF ALL. .
ll'Or 11SS OLIVE ST.
(Leave rar at 12tb at.)
oDpreision. any esoaa ta patbolog-y.inyinoiitblyna
ralla to rallnei asfa. barnlraai mall: hir ton mp.
.. anW a. Wu M aaitwa Ifc. talrna.
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