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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. OCTOBER 24. 1903.
BRIDE OF A DAY
'The World's Grandest
"Lowest-Priced House in
America for Hr.c Goods."
"i ri mi i, Ji rmJ&h S.
..aSO?? -,&rtS4?-J JS
co.nclisivc cMii:n: is tiii:iiti of pacts, Tiinui-:-
rORC WE WOILI1 MIT M Ki: CI,tl TO . HICIIIIIl STA.MI-
ard or clotixks im.i:s mk coii.ii l-itovi: it.
EXACTING MEN THObi: WHO IIKlt ITriM'OIti: II WE IIKKN
tailohs' cLii:r vhe iiHiNd nirrrnit ri.Evi:u iiniti:.
ajd irivnu i:aci:h th t vli. t. luli. wuii.ii i:i;co3ii:
ACQCAINTEIl WITH THE VMINO lU'I'Him'MTY. WELL AS
THE PHONIIL'M Ell ELEU M E OF Ol H APPAIUM-
AM) THE FINEST Ql ILUIEs IP TO 50
The Republic Bid?.
On Clive Etrsot at Eeveath.
oit-of-towv conREsi'oNm:cH solicited.
NEITHER parents nor jruardians treat
themselves or their children falrlj. who
before making their purchases for them,
do not first Fee the elepant and only com
plete children's stock of read -made
clothes. Hats. Caps, s-'hocs Underwear.
Shirts, Sweaters, etc. etc . to be found In
the CRAWFORD STORE, and for their
girls their stock of ready-made Dresses.
Cloaks. Suits. Shoes, Jllihnery. etc , etc .
and always at prices guaranteed below all
West End Church, SSCfi West Belle place.
Services. 11 a. m. Reverend John D. l'er
Woman fined by Her Neighbor.
Sirs. Emma Fetersdorf of St. Louis j es
terday filed suit for 15,(0 damages against
Mrs. Bertha Russell, who lHes just out
side the city limits north of Baden. The
women were formerly neighbors and en
gaged in a. street right July T. IMC. Mrs.
I'etersdorf was then In delicate health,
nnd alleges that she was greatly Injured
by the alleged assault upen her. She asks
far C500 actual damages and tZ,ZvO puni
tive. Identifled as Marshall Mynatt.
Knoxvllle, Tcnn.. Oct. 3. The unknown
man found dead near Clinton. Tcnn.. yes
terday was identified thJs morning as Mar
shal Mvnatt of Stony Point. Tenn. It
was at first thought the man might be E
Ij. Wentz. missing son of a Philadelphia
Attorney Sues for Services.
Morton Jourdan filed suit In the Circuit
Court yesterday against Frank B. Crouch
lor &,uuu lor services alleged to nave been
rendered In helping to start an electric
Cockrell In Washington.
Washington, OcL 23. Senator Cockrell
reached town to-day for the winter.
Large variety of Stetsons
$3.50 to 55.00
Other good Hats from
V $2.00 to $3.50
-Ajiythinff in Gloves? "We
fit the hand as well as the
$1.00, $1.50 and $2.00.
Wm. H. Roetter Hat Co.,
518 Pino St.
-Gmti without (untlcal eperation Cares guar
anteed. All protruding stopped in ono or two
trr&lmtnts. 10 not continue to suffer whea
yoa can be cured without an epermttoo. Con
sultatloa free. Call or write. Inclosing le
stamp, for SS-pa Booklet on Rectal Diseases,
DR. M. EV SMITH, Specialist,
SOO Olive Street, St. Loals.
Otflea hours 9 a. xn. to S p. m. Sundays, s
to 103S a. m.
Adjuster of fire losses for the people, i
SUITE ta AND 63 CEIfTL'hT BUILD1NO. '
Phones IS SM2. U lOS.
JOSEPH F. FAR:SWi ;
9T. LOUIS REPfilUC DCILDLfG. '
Tel. Bell Mala 3SC5. Kloloch A CT3. .
igSTSfc- BP .fiV
I IS THE MARK OF 1
B THE BEST i
H CLUETT, PEADODY & CO. j
Hi MAKERS jg2
FATHER WITH POLICEMEN
FINDS DAUGHTER HAS WED.
3II Knlle Hriclier Klo:ie lu Claj-
lon Willi Illiiier (I.ijlmll. W li
Ileliered Ireal i:dc Hume.
The elopement of Katie Beschcr of Xo.
tZK Lucky street with Elmer Clayball.
who boarded at No. 4211 Eatton aeaue.
Thursday afternoon caused considerable
excitement among the girl's parents, and
August Beschcr. who conducts a tailor
ing -ialll;bm-r.t at his home, first learned
of the i;lri's Isuppoarante about 5 o'ckKk
Thui.-oaj. I!i thought that she had been
abducted by Clayball. who Is considerab)
older than hut hr.de-
Bescher leurnui that 111 daughter ami
Clayball had boarued an Easton avenue
car, and late Thursday evening, as his
daughter did nut return, he called ut the
Tt-mn Distrirt Poiico station ami askeU
that hla daugnter be located.
Yesterday, however, he learned that a
marriage hceiise had been secured at Clay
ton by ilia daughter and Oayball and that
they had Iieen married, lie understands
tNit the young couple have gone.io Cia.,
ball's home in Illinois. "
Clojball. whose age Is lanoiiy esti
mated from 36 to 35 years, was employed
as an iceman. Katie U IS -ars old, and
she met Ciaybell when the tatter whs as
signed to the district In which her home
Her father says that he know9 little con
cerning his daughter's husband. "He eame
to the house nh ice and I saw him iev
eral time?. It was- only recently that I
learned that Katie was in loie with him.
Then I forbade her to speak to him. Katie
met him last summer." he said.
See the magnificent display of JAP
ANESE ART GOODS-n the new bal
cony TO-DAY at MERMOD & JAC
CARD'S. Broadway and Locmt.
0'KEEFE MUST PAY ALIMONY.
Wife Will Receive T..0 a Week
While Suit Is Pending.
Circuit Judge Kincajy jestcrdjy ordered
William A. O'Kecfc to pay to his wife,
Ltizie. who Is suing for divorce J7.W a
week and t to pay expenses of the case.
sue amies mat he is secretary and treas
urer of the Plasterers' International As
i soclation and receives CX0 a year.
TTntf Ifd vts.tal T - H f AAA
.-. ni,c WW,; miliary , XUJ. in
Colorado, and seraratcd December 13, ISM,
on account of his treatment of her. It Is
alleged. She supported herself and their
son. Richard, now 15 years old, for eleven
years, sho avers. In October. IKS. hr
huband came to her while sho was living
in Denver. Colo., and requested that they
cpmo to St. Louis and live together, which
She avers that he abused her and nn
i"'"?-11 ,drve her from their flat .it
-.J3 par,5 -""ciue. She has furniture
In the Hat valued at J3S0. which, she sajs,
her husband will not allow her to remove.
The Old Camper
has for forty-five years had one article
S hli,sW '-porden's Eagle llrand Con
densed Milk. It gives to soldiers, sailors,
numers, campers and miners a dally com
fort, 'like the old home." Delicious In
coffee, tea and chocolate.
ST.' LOUIS CollNTY NOTES.
Henry' O'DIII, a laborer In Webster
Groves, became Impressed with the idea
yesterday that ha was called upon to
preach like Dowle. and started from home
In an excited manner, with a BIblo under
his arm. He was restrained by his fam
Uy. One of his sisters went to Clayton
and got commitment blanks for his ln
carceraUcn In on asylum. Several days
ago ho tried to cut his throat with a
The will of Georse P. Prendergast.
the veteran contractor who recently died
In Dellodlamont. was filed In the- Probate
Court In Clayton yesterday. Ho left tt
each to his seven children and the rest
of his estnto to his widow, Mary Pren
dergast. who was appointed executrix
Samuel Smith, foreman of a construc
tion company at the World's Fair
grounds, was yesterday arrested by
Deputy Constable George Bode on n
charge of cruelty to animals. The charge
was preferred by Mrs. Mary Calkins,
president of the Golden Chain Humane
Society, who swore to a warrant bfore
JusUrc Barron. Smith gave bond and was
Cured of Asthma
After 35 years of Suffering.
It trill bo gratifying to Asthmatic
readers to Ic&rn that an absolute euro has
at last been discovered by Ir. Schlflmann.
That tho reccdy Ij en effectual one can
not bo donbtcd after perusal pt inch test!
mony as that of C W. "Van Antwerp, Ful
ton, N. Y., who says: "Vour rctaedv
(Schlffmann's Asthma Cure) Is tha best!
overused. I bought a packago of our
drngglstand tried It and ono box entirely
cured moot Asthma, and I havo not had
it since, lean now go to bod and sleep all
night with perfect comfort, trhleh I havo
notdono beforo for 35 years and I thank
you for tho health that I now enjoy. I
hope that you will nnblish this letter, that
others way learnoilts wonderful virtues."
Sold by all druggists at 50c and $1.00.
St. Paul, Minn., for a frcoi ample package.
MrsVeutie Thornton Declares
Husband Abked ITer to Fur
nish Iiou&e ami Iiy Kent.
For Just one day Mrs. Yentle Thornton
of No. :it$ Lafayette avenue considered
herself a bride. Then she set about get
ting a divorce from lier husband. George
Thornton. The petition was filed jester
day In the Circuit Court.
Mrs. Thornton knew her husband, who
! employed by the Blackmer Pot Pipe
Com;any. for threo months before sht.
married him. Now the bride of h da) au
mlts that she did not know him, though
fhe thought she did.
"Ve were mamed August ." saWMrs.
Thornton. "Iiut we neer lived together.
After the ceremony had been inrfornitxl
by Justice Carroll 1 went back tu the
home of Mrs. Otto lUoeitt. where I had
bcn eniiilo)t.l for five yeanv; in fact, ewr
since I came frunt my buma. la Jefferson
"My husband toid me to meet him the
next day at a flat on Ilrannen aeru-.
niuch, lie saU, was reau ail v.auim
vniy for iuu iu Mip iniu. When 1 went
there he liiliircied me that 1 would har
tu iiy the rent atd iki for nie Itum
ture. wha:n was from an laalnni.t
hoUM.. 1 luij liltr that it na ln piae-e to
provide tlie hume anJ not tnuie, and he
laid. "That fKttlts It.' meaning. 1 Hciae.
mat he Vai- axiie wtth me. It ne ixih.-c.i-1
that I uas going to pay i: roil uuu tur
Uith the houfre lie nas mx.aii. .
"1 haw itim two days later, but he made
no oner tu supjiuri me and aid nor mm
to connaler nie :ii h.ic. I am t .tu.i.d
and caiy here I am anl I c.ul aat
cinWir marrute fur a 1 ig ilme to come.
1 ran work, aud un't mind working to
Mipport my t If. but I .hail certainly not
nork to i-uppuit a nun.
"I did !ke- mm, :i"l anuld have made
him a good .iie. 1 hupe. tut his way ox
looking at marriage efitalnly nut nune.
SEVEN DIVORCE SUITS FILED.
Six Wives and One lliibaml Arc
Maggls Elkour. In her suit for divorce
boiun In the Circuit Court yeterda,
atened that Iter Imstand. Shaker & Kl
kcuri, spent her money, amounting ta
ti lie also abjsed her, she alies.
They vcre married Match i. o. anu
iwp&iatod in Ma-. Vtii.
Nellie PelUmoan. in her aott for di
vorce, filed yesteidajr. charges thai her
hubanl, Charles, deserted Ik.- March .
ISi They were tnarnod Dec.-tnber M.
Emma 2VIbl charges abase as a
ground for Uivor.-e In her su.t for divorce
ilea in the c.rcu.t urt cmc nay
asamn Piank c rYlehl. They wee
tbarned July Jl. 1SK. and fepajaltd urio
ber :i. IMt. Soe asks for tse cust-dy of
their cli-lc. :,-l i years.
laiitle rfmllli. In Iter suit for diverce
Legiin yebteroay. avers tliat her hesband.
Jame. ont hei to the h.me of mr rela
i.th OctoLrr 1 and has not looked att-r
her rtnee. 1'he cuupie were married No
vember Ti. VfUf.
Desertion and failure to support are th
ground. for divore- a lee: o KIha- th
elangel in her suit bejim yeMe-day aaains
Prank OangeL The couple wre married
Oe-tober 1, 1997. and separated in Ju.;. . lt3S
She abks tor the cumed of their ch:M-
Martha Howard ehaiges her husband.
Henry, nitn desertion ami fal.ure to bup
IKirt In her Ml.t for divorr tiled veter
da. They were married August H. lx.
and separated December la f.llawib.
Charles 1 DnH sued Mary Davis for
divtree yesterday, aheginH indignities.
They were man led September 1. ltoS, and
separated April a. l!-C
FOOTBALL DEATH ACCIDENTAL
Funeral of John Withuell Will
He Held at Jesuit Church.
An IiMuet was held bv Deputr Coroner
Ilooghcr jetSerday on the Iiody of Johr
VUbnell. who na fatally injurHl in u
football game while playing quarter liacfc
on the St. Loul I'niversitv tam against
that of Marlon-Sims on Tucla.
The members of both teams were pres
ent at the Inquest, and their testimony
was practlcallv the name as the pubjlfheti
accounts of the accdenL They stateu
that they believed the accident wa en
A verclct or accidental death was ren
dered. V.iihnell's fuiieral will le held at St.
Francis Xaviefs Church. (J rand and Un
dc!l avenues. It was lutendod to hM the
services at the church attended hy th
Wlthnell 'amllv. hut nil the lequcst '.(
the ltiverenrf W. Hanks Itocers. S. J.
president of St. Iiui Cnlversitj. the
change w.is made.
James Olimore. Joseph Sohlatly. Clifton
Little. Richard lioltcamp. IVhiii N Iebeau.
William Lemaster. Joseph Kellly and Dan
iel Dillon, rlahematea of thv young man.
uill be pallbearers.
FOUR DAMAGE SUITS FILED.
.Claims Amounting to $-ll,o(J0
Against Transit Company.
Agnes A. Power sued the St. Louis Tran
sit Company In the Circuit Court yester
day for Ji.VO damages, alleging that sh
fell In getting off a car at St. Charles
street and Droadwav October 1! last by
tho car giving a Jerk, and that her wrist
was broken. ..
Martha Dugan sued the Transit Com
pany for C0(X damages for the death of
her husband. J. L. Dugan. who was run
over at Grand and Bell avenues, last Sep
tember. John Savago sued the Transit Company
and the United Railways Company for
J10.cn damages for Injuries alleged to
have been received August 2 last by belnc
thrown In attempting to get on a car bv
tho car starting.
Horace P. lleabc yesterday sued the
Transit Companv. the United Rallwavr
Company and tho Mlssnurl Pacific Rail
road Companv for C5.0 damages for In
luries alleged to have lieen revived Au
gust 13 last. His skull was fractured and
he received other Injuries, he avers.
See the magnificent display of JAP
ANESE ART GOODS-on the new bal-cony-TO-DAY-at
MERMOD & JAC
CARD'S. Broadway and Locust-
WENT TO CARNIVAL WITH S30.
Found Dead in Alley With Gun
shot Wound Through Heart.
Lebanon. Ind.. Oct. 3. An Investigation
Into the death of Claude Flyback, who
was found dead In an alley hera, last
night, showed that he had been shot
through the heart.
No revolver was found with the body,
and. although he was known to have had
about J30 with him when he came here to
visit the street carnival, only J5 cents Was
found with the body.
It is rumored that he told his sweet
heart he Intended to kill himself.
A further InvsUat'nn is under way.
Women's Club decline Adjourned.
Cairo. I1L. uc A-The Illinois Federa
tion of Women's Clubs closed Its ninth an
nual meeting this morning and a special
tram carried tho delegates out of tho city
ESTABLISHES A NEW RULE.
Only Requisitions on Criminal
Charges to Be Honored.
Topeko, Kas.. Oct. 3. Requisitions
from Governors of other States upon the
Governor of Kansas will not be so easily
obtained la the future. Governor Bailey
IF YOU NEED GLASSES
Have them fitted bjr Dr. Bond or Dr. Montgomery, our expert opticians.
Eyes teited FREE OF CHARGE and a proper fit guaranteed.
$1.00 V7I kj)
Mermod & Jaccard's
Broadway and Locust
II rite for our SO-fage Catalog of Diamonds, Watches, Siirenvare,
etc. 1 on if need it tor selecting Christmas, II rdd: -tg and tnniversary
Uifts. l.uoo .lustrations. Mailed free.
i !ay !- i i.M ujut requisitions would
hm- : t-- ;. .d ,n criminal chares-
lbnt:r- lli'ourl an.1 several otber
St.ites .ar oiucht to extradlt.' per is
for tlir- p-irpoi .if collecting debts Th.
r.-ii.lilin3 win not be honored in tl.
INCREASED REWARD OFFERED
FOR CAPTURE OF MURDERER.
Phil CIiph, W. l. Hunt nnd the State
Add ?-!25 fur Arrcftt of Mrs.
The reward for the capture and convic
Joo of the raurdrrer or murderers of Mis.
'vate Lauman. who was killed near Nor
mandy. Si. Look County. October 14. was
yesurday increased . Of this amount
is offered by the Stale. :it) by I'hll
Chew and IS by Wibon 1. Hunt.
Governor Dockery yesterday notlBed th
CUyton attorney, who applied for the re
ward, of the State's offer. Notification of
the other offers wa received by herlff
The rewards that had already been of
cred were as follows: WlULiin K. Uu
raan, husband of the murdered weman,
SaW: the County Court. Sl": IhiU C Net
Jon. JW9; Adolph Koelsrh, kt.
Miss Aar.ie Miller of Normar.dy called
t tlse Clarion Jail veterday to (leoige
tt. ClarUge. a siapect. who is SieM on
! te si..- : cr.rge ot csrrvlng ccealei
-caiirs. to e- ir he v,a. !!w jb man
.bo followed ivr un the I.iichi ami Hunt
.d shorlir l.fore Mrv. I tinman was
.lied. MiK Ml.trr thouRht ClatMee b.re
i resemMfeBce to the nwn who frlKhtei.ed
r. but was nut certain.
The I'ndlng or the body of John Wll
lams. tne negro suDct wh. cl.Uiil hlm
elf to death it.-i who was luirie,! on the
farm of V. J. Mueller, near Creve Cour.
cre-SUj r-'nsideiable eseitemeiit yeitcr
lajr. Th.- Iwi was buiui' ilire div
j; . but Mueller did not discover the
reshlv made mound until e:en:.iv. lie
lug down two ftet ami found a iilne box
ontoinliiir a negro's tdv.
Jicller e."ph ned to the SheritTs offlce
n t"la tun thil a nurder hatl leen com
altted. Deputy rairiff Schne-ko in turn
elechoned rvlrteker Bi-nwan at Crr
Vtrur. and found that It way William r
Mueller orderetl the l-odr taken oft his
arm. und the ei.Oertaktr l i.-. a 1. to
know wherv to b.irv I:. He W -alloned
nly J J by the county for the work. The
nietery keiAr.. to whom he applied
wanted 6 for a grave, and he decided rot
o i .y It. It is probable that live body
arlll l-' iHirlcd In a rountv road.
FiREMAiS IN MIDAIR
SAVES THE EADS BRIDGE.
KIrr I'ln-cs tin Itoadvrn-r L'selesa. nnd
IA'ti IVet of Hour Ire Required
to Itrncli Klanie-i.
. . .... ,.,,t. r.i,. mnmin in h.
A fire cirly yiaterday morning in the
roadway of tho Ludn bridge looked for a
.line as though II would destroy the strut
.ure. and it was only when L. Hartraan,
.vreman of truck No. 6. w.is lowered by a
rope and awing through tlie flooring, to I and went to the b-'s assistance. It was
. nnl.lo liim to itinx-t Ihn n-utrr In tin- flam. ' found that hl kull was crushed. He
enable him to dlreet tho water to the nam- (,ed , tho , (m on thp ,
.or pUiik. that the lire was finally con- his home, without recovering conscious
trolled. ' ness.
Tho Hre started about ! f-et west of . Michael L. Kieean was the conductor
. ,,., . c .. In charge of the trail).
ih middle span, nnd when the firemen ar- .
rived on ihe scene tt w. H!fi-lilt to tell ,
jtutt where to U'giii the fight. It required ' j-Jie nest Line to Trias
3 le.-t of hose to g. t tho water from ' ..,. !... .i-i- n..,,,.
1- rlv.r. for i.e plugs on the bridge were ' l,e ,ron '' Route,
intirrly use-less , Fastest time had superior service from
In tho meantime the planking had been 1 St. I.outs to Dalli". Fort Worth. Houston
cut .i-ay and Chief Haines asked ror vol- Galveston and San Antonio. I-our trains
miters to submit to be lowered to fight daily to Texas Klnt. Leave lil p. m..
ihe lire Hartrcan came forward and was Sdo a. in. (new nam). s-W p r and 3?6
-Urpciided a hurdred feet above the river I a. m. Through I'ul.tran fleeplng cjrs, dln
Chler Haines was annoyed by the dis- ire cars, tleg.nt ci air cars. Hesut.ful djy
covery of the incfOcienry of the fire plugs light ride via rcw train. leaving fct Loui
on the roadwiy of the bridge, a m.itler i a. m. For .-oaipiete time-table ard
1 nat cauteii noi.rs or ueiay anu might have '
-ost the destruction of the entire struc- ,
IOO Cnlllnc Cards and Plate, ai-in.
Mermod & Jaccard's, Broadway & Locust.
Hritcjor !. Meiltdjur.
STREET CAR INJURES FARMER
Frank Guber of High Ridge, Is
Probably Fatally Hurt.
Frank Guber. 11 farmer of High Ridge.
Jefferson County, while driving east on
Russell avenue yesterday afternoon, was
struck by a southbound Itellefontalnc
street car and was seriously Injured, sus
taining a dislocation and fracture of the
right shoulder, a concussion and disloca
tion of his right hip and internal injuries.
The accident occurred at the corner of
r.ussell and MikJtssippI avenues. Guber
.ttempted to drive off the tracks, but
fulled to clear them. The car struck the
wagon with force, throwing Guber to the
He was taken to the home of his sister.
Jrs. Thomas Ialecheck. No. U1S Geyer
ivenue. end Doctor Charles 8. Rthfelat
of No. SSu South Jefferson avenue at
DAUGHTER GETS FULL CLAIM.
Jurv Decides That Katherine Gal
higher Is Entitled to $3,90:5.
A Jury in the Probate Court yesterday
jilloweC In full the claim cf Katherine V.
Gallagher against the estate of her sister.
Margaret B. Gallagher, for 8.43 for serv
eea as housekeeper and nurse.
The evidence showed that the property
held by Margaret Gallagher belonged to
har father, and that ha bad It placed In
her name, as he could, not write. Ther?
were six children, and Katherine attended
to the household affairs while the other
-hlldren worked. It was understood, ac
cording to the testimony, that Katherine
should be oald for her services, but re
delved only her part of the estate, which
Tito Gold Watches Stolen.
Mrs. Delia Gore o No. JSuS Locust street
Is looking for a negress whom she em
ployed yesterday morning and who de
parted soon after. After she left the house
Mrs. Goro discovered that two ladles
watches, valued at JT3 each, were missing.
F. V. Bond's Estate.
An inventory of the estate of Frederick
W. Bond, flled In probata yesterday, sets
forth a one-half Interest in real estate
valued at LOSS and a personal estate of
Harris's Custom Toe for Sl gZLa 407 N.
o- .-P .err east.- .tyl. S4.002P 6th St.
CilOCI XSI m lslllsJlsss4sssssBs
BUYS ALOE STOCK.
St. Louis Now Tins Largest Sur
gical Instrument limine iu
A deal wliereby th lsrget surgical In
strument houe " ire United Stateu la es
tabhVhed in h'L Iuls was consummated
tenlay. when the IHees-Mocre Surgi
cal Instrument Company of No. &K IMne
street bought lh flock and good will of
the surgical department of the A. S. Alos
Optical Company of No. 31: North liroad
way. Though the Interested parties would not
give the exact figure at which the bul-
nes- was purcliased. It is said on reliable
authority that an Invoice of lii.WO, taken
Ju.-t before the tire, was used as a basts
for the sr.!e. Since the tire, men repre
senting tl.e l'Iee-Moorc Company have
been working on the scheme, and the an
nouncement yesterday was the result ot
Colonel F. V. Wees of Macon. Mo., is
president of the lt.ies-Moore Company
Doctor R. R. i lements ot tho
Hino place w -e president ami
Doctor J. V. M-r of St. Ismhi Is .c-retary-tieaaurer
ami gt-ieml manager.
S-"lnc the iM ;Wi-htnent of the Arm sev
eiMl years ago It haJ met with pnierit.
The new roncern nuk'n a practical con
solidation of the Aloe sureteil Instrunieni
biielnesv. as the purchuslrg company has
retaired the salesnH'n a.'d liowvme.i of
the vendors, and lll enla-ge the busl
nrs to tlie capacity nf both companies.
The sollnl goods ot the Alee Company
were not bought by the Bie-s-Moore Com
Iary. Tlie store ami factory at No. "
line stree' is ben enlHrged to accom
modate tlie racreaved stoek.
BOY ON WAY TO SCHOOL
' : IS KILLED BY TRAIN.
Chnrlrs Kemper. Catches Ills Foot In
1'lniiLn of Ilallnay Cros.lne and
Is Kntn!l Icjarrd.
While hfs foot was pinioned in the
planks of the Oak Hill Railroad ciossin;
at the intersection of Koeln ami Alaska
avenues. Charlea Kemper. 11 years old, of
No. 3752 Robert avenue, was killed by an
Iron Mountain and Southern train at S.M
o'clock yesterdaj morning.
Kemper, with his Looks slung by a strap
acroM- his aim. had but a lew moments
before started from his home for the Si.
Uonlface School. No. 7l"l Minnesota ave-
I nue. In crorilng the track his fcot caught
in tho wooden planking In vain he -n-
J deavorwl to extricate hlmelf.
i ae. ., ,urstM .. Ih m.. stn,glin.
but failed to realize that he ab im
Doctor llamme I of Kansas City, an
emplose or the Missouri t'actnc uanway
, Company, was a passenger on tho tram
turtner inr iranw " e- e uy ikwi .b:iii,
8. E. cor. Hlxth and O.ive stretts.
WOMAN'S DRESS CAUGHT FIRE.
Mrs. A. E. Rhodes Seriously
Darned About the Roily.
While Mrs. A. E. Rhodes of No. Jl
Minerva avenue was burning rubbish In
the yard yesterday morning her dres
came In contact with the blaze and she
was burned about the body. Her calls for
old attracted her husband, who was In
tho house. He saw his wife struggling to
extinguish the fire and snatching a recent
ly wuibd blanket wrapped it about her
and extinguished the names. Her right
sida was burned from the knee to the
Doctor Davis of Academy and Pace ave
nues drcned the wounds, which are re
Cngrived Wedding; Invitations.
Mermod & Jaccard's. Broadway & Locust.
Hrttejer prUumi tamiti. jtadtijru.
SHOT DURING CHARIVARI.
George Kastner Hit bv Stray Bul
let at Valley Park.
George Kastner of Valley Park was shot
in tho left arm Wednesday night while
assisting in a chfcrlvari at the home of Ed
Corey, who was married to Miss Minnie
Gulet ot Moselle, Mo., during the after
noon In SL Louis.
Kastner was hit by a stray bullet. The
wound was dressed by Doctor Samuel la
man and pronourced not serious.
Corey's first wlfo riled last Aneust. Miss
Gulet was intimately acquainted with the
family and was at Mrs. Corey's bedside
the greater part of the time during hr
last illness. Corey has two sons, the elder
01 wnom is years ow. lie is b. ills
bride Is ZZ.
Thomas Shoup Dies From Kick.
Lwnont. Mol. OtL 3. Thomu Shsap m
klckrj tr a horse st his bone, rear mil., w.it
of this ritr. T'sterdsr afternoon and died of hu
taliaies un nlst-.t. He to jrtiri of as and
lav a wit and clxht chlMrta.
fflRiS to Kerr Orleans and Return
VU the Mobil and Ohio Rillroad. Octo
ber S and K. Ticket office, 513 Olive street-
First Democrat la Forty Years.
f.AIAn Isjf Oct. S The Honorable Hiram
Fruicliso. the nr-t Democratic Judice elected
Ii.m In fartv vesrs. i1av amniMd the Jttre-
thlp ot the Court ct ta Fifth Judicial Cir
cuit, sttcceedlsg the Ilcxuiruile Percy E. Iur,
Are you prepared for colder days? A heavy oTercoat
will be in order presently.
We can show you the most complete stock of over
coats that you ever looked at.
All borts of pood materials and in almost any color.
All the prevailing styles the Chesterfields, Swag
ger. Paddock and Paletots.
$12.00 to $45.00
Nobby Overcoats in new shapes for boys of all
ages from 3 'to 1G years.
Whatever's right in Sack Suits is to be found in our..
YOU ought to be found in one of them.
Siugle-breasted or double.
The prices range
$12.00 to $35.00
New Hnt3, new Gloves, new Scarfs and new Underwear.
Boys' TwoPiece Suits
We have three different styles of Two-Piece Suits
some with the N'orfclk Jacket, some with the Double
Breasted Jacket and some with the Russtan Bleust Jacket,
all with Knee Pants and for aees 6 to 16 years.
We are showing in our new Hat Department all the
Nev. Styles of Hals for the children.
Open To-Night Till 10 O'Clock.
Browning, King & Co.
TO THE MEMORY OF SHABB0NA
Monument Dedicated to Indian
Chief at Morris, 111.
Btoomlnston. 11L. Oct. 3. A Mmple
monument of sray jrranlte to the memory
of Shablienq. the famous chief of the
I'ottawatomlet, was dedicated with ap
propriate ceremonies at Morris to-day.
There were addresses by P. A. Armstromr.
president of the Shabbona Memorial Asso
ciation: Congressman Thomas J. Hender
son or Princeton, and Charles Gunther of
Shabbona aided the whites in their con
tests with the other Indians, and was the
orator of the Red Men In the last treat
council held ea.t of th Mlals!ppl which
took place with the acents of the Govern
ment In ISX. lie died In Morris In VJO.
Operating Its Own Trains
Into and out of St. Louis, tha Cotton Belt
route now runs throush without change,
leaving St. i-ouls dally at 8J a. m. and
9:15 p. m. Ticket ofllce. 909 Odve street.
AFRICAN PRINCE IS COMING.
King Lewanica's Son to Enter
School at Winfleld, Kas.
Wlnfield. Ka . Oct. 3.-A real Uve
African I'rlneo Is to attend school In this
city for the next two years. B. R. O'Con
nor of this city has a son living: In Lis
Lul. Basotuland. Rhodesia. Kins Lewan
iea. of that Province, has two sons at
tending school In England, one In Aus
tralia, ami d"sirs one to come to Amer
ica to learn the ways of thU county. Ne
gotiations hac been conducted thro'ich
Mr. O'Connor. It took letters two months
to reach Wlnfield.
The ouna- Prince will board with a re
spectable necro family of Wlafleld.
"noro-Formalln" (Elmer & Amend), an
tiseptic dressing for bums, sores, cuts.
bruhes or any similar accident or af
fliction. WOULD PROHIBIT FIREWORKS.
Mississippi Valley Medical Asso
ciation Adopts Resolutions.
Louisville. Oct. 3. Doctor Henry B.
Tuley. secretary of the Mississippi Valley
Medical Association, to-day mada public a
set of resolutions taking a strong stand
ajralnst the sale of toy pistols, favurins
the enactment of national laws asalnst
the manufacture of fireworks and the
open treatment of all wounds however In
significant, which nere adopted at the
convention nf the organization held recent
ly In MemphU.
Fine Leather PocLetbooks, ft to 140.
Mermod & Jaccard's. Broadway & Locust.
Our J34-pagt lllui.ra'.tu atuhj mailtl Jrte.
FINED FOR ABUSING WIFE
Henry Collins Assessed $100 by
Henry Collins of Xo. sa Bremen avenue
was fined JUO in the Dayton Street Police
Court lesterday for abusing- his wife,
Accordinc to the evidence, he returned
home on Thursday under the Influence of
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Poiltlrely and permanently cotM. Sena for booklet, (.goo ratiests enrTi!rrS
nrdar. l-l Sunday. 10-li W. A. LEWLV. MV D.. M WtfoaSenol! ! ' "
IN OUR CLOTHING
Wesell Fall and Winter
Suits and Overcoats
$15 to $35
Black Thibet Overcoats, silk
lined throughout to edge
Short Fall Top Coats, in all
the new shades of tan
and olive covert.
long Loose Overcoats and
Cravenettes, in black and
or double breasted, in
Cheviots or "Worsteds.
MILLS & AVERILL
fl BROADWAY & P1M. I
81-2 HOURS TO
!, CINCINNATI and
md , I i
B. & O. S-W.
9:33 a.m., B:03 p-itL, 2:03 .m.
re aad Sixth and L'alon Statlo
liquor nnd benm to abuse her and her
children by a former marriage,
The disturbance attracted neighbors and
Collins ran out of tha houic. pursued b"
several persons. Ha encountered a police
officer, who arrested him.
Judire Pollard asked Mrs. Collins If aha
could get alonjr If her husband was rent
to tho Workhot.sc. She said that sho
could, as she had to do so anyhow. Tho
Judge then Impored the fine.
See the magnificent display ef JAP
ANESE ART GOODS-on the new bal
cony TO-DAT-at MERMOD & JAC
CARD'S. Broadway and Locust.
Cracker Bakers Will Masquerade.
The members cf Cracker Bakers' Union. No.
171. will sirs a masqutrade ball at th North
west Lledfrkranx Hall. Vsndeventer and Em
loo STMiue.-, this svtnlnf.
THE MOST PAINFUL AND STUBBORN
CASES OP rtllEUMATlSM. LUMBAGO.
BTIFF JOINTS AND SftATTr'A T1ELD
Itetdlly aad laftaatly to DR. WELLS'
This trtatdrat has been brouxht to its prent
ute of perfection br Or. W.lli. Is und ezclu-
lvelr by him sad esaaot be obtained from any
other phylleUn In St. Louts. Its allictsitt poil-
llvt the bn.nt Is ImmMlatr. It la the ONI.T
treatment known to nillcat science that WILL
CURB with unerrlnr ctrtalntr. Thla
treatment Is applied directly ta th
rarta afleetm. wttbout tha rfmanl
of the elothins (01 rltht nraJshtl
w uiv ra u. center ex ins ironoir. i
Instantly baatahea aU pala. aroosei I
uw circnjiewpu. ailinniaips ana invlZ
ontea every nerve, cell and rauaeli.
kimz in n irjrrfiDn,i iMrt Hm. r.
atom the eattent to robnat health and
trtntth. Dr. Walii laTltea the fullest
InTrsflratlon at this treatment.
Coatwlutha u pn, ma4 larttt.
Thoa who cannot call aaenld and for
Dr. Welta- nsw. tllnttrated. l-pa
book deacrlblne thla treatment In fall.
It wtu be mailed free on request.
DR. RUPERT WELLS,
Cor. Sixth & Olive, 2d Floor,
ST. LOU S, MO,
orne hottra J a. in. to 5 p. m.;
Monday. Wednesday and Friday even
Inn from 7 to s p. m.; Sunday