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TTTTC REPUBLIC: SVXDAi', OCTOBER 25. 1003.
CHOIR WILL GIVE MINSTREL SHOW TO PAY FOR NEW CHURCH ORGAN.
And Sparest Instaiiineni Deafer & Town
wfr CTi' jwjJi-aW-'K'TiQatjHpC JaeSLalaM IFiiB d
r I I"1 nrprwLites casli traile. too
A voar nrichljora and frt-nu and he Will trll you
t ar I jilT hn the nl-rst noiv th niu-a cKrks ana the
c t u-t mc i3.
This is The Wonderful Dole's
l lit SL.
The members or tho choir of St. UrldK
"t's Catholic Church. Jefferson avenue ami
Mr'Ml.EI.S OF ST l.Mni.ETS CHoIII. WHO YVII.1. t.ii: AN KNTEK IW1NMKXT NEXT Tri.SD.YY .VXD
tt EDXEKDAY TO KAISI. KINDS To HEM PAY THE OIM.AN IiEUT.
Tup row. rrailinsr from left to r.jrlit: Mary C.ivati. Sjliil frilrieii. Miuiiet "Yu1mv, Tom Arils, rest Sliausli-
iif-v. Sti-lUi Connors. Mainy Hole-nan. I.llllf O'Connor.
Sfco'ml row: I.ulu Owens Sailic Common". Mabel O'ltririi. Kittle Militant. .Mrs. l.iililn. George Conry, Mamie
Gumi Allien Lawrence. Ella Kearney. Cello MeCann. Florence Connors. Klorvmv Fnrrey. Aliec Antrani. .
Thlnl row: .Tin: Keiiuey, Hen ronry. Affile Corbet., Jim O'Hrien, Mamie Martin, Jim Hyan, Stalls Sullivan,
r.it O'Donolioe. Jim Trimble".
G round row: Paul Screiiker, Cliarles Triee.
.a dance. The entertainment will taKe
placo in St- ISrKwofF School Hull. Jeft'er
WMi avenue anil Stoddard street.
The mus-lo. which will be especjallr
elaborate, will be amler tho direction of
Miss Mamie A. Gurn. the organist. She
ha made iircpaiatlons fir the entertaln-
Carr street. Iiave arranced an entertain
ment for next Tuesday and Wednesday
nlghts to raise raids to help pay the debt
on the new organ which was recently In
stalled. Tho feature of the rrosramme will be a
minstrel show, which will be followed by
trent. and the choir, wlilcli consists of
forty videos. Ims been carefully trained.
Tlie soloists will be George Conn". Al
bert Lawrence. Charles Price. Thomas
Artcs. Joseph Kenney. nenjamin Conry,
Patrick O'Donohbe. James Trimble and
Miss Sadie Cosc.tove.
HIDING 01 ISLAND,
Knnsas Poksp Successful After
Long and Difficult riirsuit of
Alleged Bank Robbers.
ONE PRISONER IS WOUNDED.
Men Concealed in SaiuM'its Sur
render to Overwhelming
Forces Identified by a
Merchant of Burrton.
Burrton. Kas Oct. 21 After a deter
mined chase and a bloody battle the men
who, it Is alleged. looted the bank at this
point were captured last evcnlns on an
Island In the Arkansas nivcr, fifteen miles
from Burrton. and lodged In the Newton
Tho men slve their names as James Bell,
need 23: George Olson, aged 2S; E. H.
Johnston, aged 3S. who was severely
wounded: Thomas White, aged 24, and
Ifrank Harwood. nscd 2S.
Johnston Is badly wounded, being shot
In the head, breast, arms and legs with
No. 4 shot.
The men declare they were never In
Burrton. but IV. L. Dally, a merchant of
Burrton, Identified them as the men who
J came Into his Htore Thursday evening and
purchased some fruit.
The allescd bandits had only tlS In their
possession when searched. Parties are
now going over the trail looking for the
money which Is supposed to have been
Friday In a battle between tno of the
j pursuers and three of the allegd robbers,
i Harry YVesimacottc. who was carrying a
, double-barreled sfcotgun. tired at the fugi
tives, ami. in addition to wounuing one.
knocked a revolver from his hands.
Friday afttrnoon 150 citizens formed at
this point, and. folloning a. trail of blood
and bloody rags across a plowed field.
Jir.ally located tho fugitives on n wooded
Island in the Arkansas Kivcr. tlfteen miles
A party of thirty heavily armed men. led
by the assistant cashier cf the bank. E. E.
Shire, then nrocerdtd to wade across.
while the rest of the pursuers covered the
Inland with suns and revolvers. Seeing
the o-erti helming odds against them, the
fugitives waved u white handkerchief and
crawled from the sand-pits they had dug
and surrendered. The men gave as their
reason for being unable to eeaie that
they were afoot and compelled to assist
their wounded leader.
It is thought that these men may be
those who held up the eating-house at Jlc
F&Tland recenil. The men claim tliv
are iron workers from Kansas City jnd
PAINTINGS STRANGELY ALIKE.
OVER WORLD'S FAIR.
Major .1. '.. Pangborn Disrsisses
Features and Progress of
Chicago Art Critics Are in Deep,
Chicago. Oct. U. A mystery which Is
puzzling art critics Interested in the salon
of the American Society of Artists has
arisen. The Chicago connoi-weurs are
wondering whether they have discovered
a wonderful coincidence of artistic Inspi
ration or are being made the receiving end
of a practical Joke.
The mystery comes of the submission bv
the Boston fcrt Jury of Isaac Callga'.i
painting. "The Guardian Angel." The
painting seems to be a copy of a picture
of the title by Abbott II. Thayer. If a
copy, the fact was not made known bv the
Boston jury, nor aoes ;anga s painting an
nounce the fact. An Investigation was be
PRAISES THE MANAGEMENT.
Pays Chicago by Xo Means So
Far Advanced Six Months He
fore Opening, and Her Show
Was Only Half as P.ig.
shut off steam, bringing the train to a
Nearly every Itouse in tlaychcster suf
fered damage from the explosion.
A woman who was thrown from bed Is
bcliew.! to be the only person who was In
jured by the explosion.
A policeman who was crossing the
tracks a mile from the scene was knocked
down by the concussion. The three de
tached care and the rear car of the main
rrtion if the train were burned.
Within half a mlie of the Baychester
Station not a pane nf glass in any of the
1'oum-. remained Intact.
In VVcstrhcster village almost a panic
reigned, lien rushed to the Post Ofl.ce
armed with clubs, guni and knives, be-lk-iins
that burglars had blown open the
Two boathouse on Long Island Sound,
half a mile away from the scene of the
explosion, were wrecked. There was some
damage done at City Island.
FOOTBALL PLAYERS ATTEND
WITHNELL FUNERAL SERVICE.
PRAISE FOR WORK DONE AT POWELL MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
Physicians of St. Louis Say That Some Such System Should Prevo.il
in. Every City in the Country Proper Treajment of In
valids Made Inexpensive Without the Objec
tions of & Distinct Public Charity.
How They Trent nnil fire the Jlal-
ii d j- at the I'oitcII Medical
A number of the more prominent and In
fluential among the fi.mllv phvslcians of
St. I,ouis who have been looking through
the reception and treatment rooms of the
Powell Medical Institute have no end of
praise for the manner In which its bene
fits and advantages are being extended to
everv class of invalids and sufferers
While the start of experts in the different
branches or practice are men of reputa
tion for learning and skill In the ailments
and maladies to which they devote them
selves it ii claimed that the equipment of
the Institute in delicate and oxpensne
scient.flc mechanism" and appliances is
something marvelous in Its completeness
and someihing telling In marvelous result.
It Is pointed out. for example, that with
their new and more luminous X-IJav. af
fordina the direct and dKtlnct ocular ex
amination of disease, and with the safe
use of searching, vitalizing, soothing and
remedial currents of electricity whcTc such
enrents are required as an aid to medi
cine, many difficult ailments, including ca-tart-h.
deafness, bronchitis, rheumatism,
kidney and lung troubles, eczema, nerv
out affections, etc.. which ordinarily re
sist or elude or defv treatment, are now
being rapidly and permanently mastered
Attention is also called to the large and
comfortable reception rooms and the ad
mirable facilities for riving Immediate and
proper attention to all who applv. as well
as no the humanitv Implied in the strlc-t-lv
nominal fees. before stated, the
treatment l not free. The A-Kny
ej-elBht dlocuosls, connolliitloo.
trial treatment, etc are entirely
ivltliout rbnrse, to rlcli nnil poor
"like, bu.t for those tnUtn? n rrgnlnr
time rnume there Is n fee limited to
flTe dnllnm to coirr trentment nnil
tiiedlelnen for n period nf one month,
rint bejonil Hint there are no
Washington. Oct. 21. Major J. G. Pang
bcrn. director of the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad exhibits at the World's Fair, has
Just returned from another .trip to St.
Louis. He proposes to make the rail
road's display exceed the one at the Chi
cago World's Fair.
"The progress made at St. javAs since
my September visit Impressed me great
ly." takl Major Pangbcrn to-day. 'Three
weeks ordinarily dees not go for so much
when the area of effort is spread orer
tome 1.401 acres of space, but really the
Exposition people are making surprising
progress. Almost a transformation has
taken place. Forest Park is alive with
men. teams and action. It proves what
money can do when you have It. and the
will to use It
"Taken as a whole. It is astonishing
that. the management has done ro well
with so tremendous an undertaking. It
was the determination at the start to out
do Chicago. They will: there Is no doubt
about It at all. All but the Arts Pal
ace are under roof. The Palace of Rluca
tion. Liberal Art. Manufactures. Varied
Industries, Machlneiy. Electricity and Ag
riculture are practically In i-hape. permit
ting of the moving in of exhibits.
"Most of them. In fact, have teen fin
ished for months, with the exception of
outer adornments statuary reliefs and tho
like. Th Mines and Mining building rap
Idly Is .ipproarhlng the concluding stage
and the Transportation building will have
reached Its final strokes next month. The
frame wcrk of the stunning Government
building is all up. The annexes of the Art
Palace are well along, but the central
building, being built of stone, moves
PnOOIlESSIVE SPIItIT EVERYWHERE
"All the Ugoons are In readiness for the
water; the remarkable triple cascade fet
In form, and already the statues rtpre
sentatle of the Stales within tlw Lou-i.-l.ina
Purchase are being placed. Hack
In the wood, where the State buildings Ro
and In their entirely will constitute the
prettiest feature ever characteristic of an
exposition there Is plenty of action. Chi
cago was by no means as far advanced six
months ahead ot the opening, and Chicago
was only half as big.
"Outside the grounds there are Indica
tions of the progressive spirit. The Wa
bash Is clearing its pottion of the Callln
tract preparatory to commencing upon the
extenve terminals which will face the
main entrance to the Exposition. Care H
being o!srved not to dl-turb farther than
necessary the natural beauty of the loca-
Dnnlel Knell. ZW Sidney t ! Louis ' ,lon- hleli Immediately adjuins the older
says: "I hate wn a resident of St. I.ouH 1 i"'1 lu"ciy us-u 'fV"0".,"1 ViVrf",J i .
since 1K9. and Inve been a sufferer of ca- Tn" ,ar!:o n",el- wh,ch lK. wal-'h, h"
tarrh and bronchitis for M years I have I'lanned in connection with Its railway
tried many doctor" and remedies i,i,i mi . terminals, will have one of the most In-
only temporary relief. Xow that I have vitlng littf Imaginable.
Lnit Who Was Fn tally Injured In
Practice (Jamc Is Ilnrled In
Football players of both St. Louis Uni
versity and Marion-Sims squads attended
the mass ami funeral services yesterday at
St. Louis t'nlvernlty In memory of John
Wllhnell. who died as a result of Injuries
received In football practice.
The Reverend J. H. IMeckhaus. chancel
lor cf St. I.ouhi University, served as cel
ebrant of the mass, which was held at
D o'clock. The Reverend Thomas A. O'Mal
ler. professor of the junior college, acted
P. M. llreen. director of athlet cs at the
university, was subdeaeon. and J. M. Far
rell was master of ceremonies. Professor
AbdHng of the divinity department ar-
rangrtl the music, which was furnished by
the university choir.
A memorial sermon was preached by the
Reverend W. Hanks Rogers, president of
the university. The burial was In Cal
I.. V. Carta n. W. A. Murphy and Mar
tin Delaney served as the committee
which icpresented students and football
players In the arrangements.
AIRTIGHT FOR SOFT COAL.&T
I' r.is a steel hol'oni ri..ue seamc-I to th body and other
ra- ntl fralun-s whb h make it absolutely air-tight a-nl
a ler-tight It Is different from all others and will war
lf.hr as long. I have It on exhibition, all set up and burn
irg chr.ip soft coal. I guarantee It will save one-third your
coal bill. II keeps fire 3S hours. Har Money IlncU If not
exactly as I say. We have four" lzes. at ll.5i, iflXSO,
9ir.7o. $1,11, set up at our home with firsi-class pipe
I al keep a full line of Moore's Airtight for sft cnal. and
ihc genuine Quick Meal Steel Range, with triple walls and
Itadlant llt-me Ikise Humors for hard oal
Ay competitors will not
handle goods that they can't
make a big profit on. and
they use all sorts of methods
to keep you from coming
out to Ingalis. but be sure
and consult your own inter
est and see Ingalls bsforeyou
buy. Every article marked
nlnin. nne-nrice fipures.
OPEN TILL 9 O'CLOCK
See my beautiful Iron Bed, Cup
boards, Tables, Sideboards, Wardrobes,
China Closets, Carpets, Rugs, Lace Cur
tains, Odd Dressers and whatever you
want. Come and try me on a nice Side
board or Bookcase, or whatever you
need Cash or Credit. Come straight
to the Reliable, One-Price Store of
1223 Olive Street.
My Watch and Jewelry Dpartmpnt 1
Frst-clars la eiery te.pit. I sell Yal
tham or Klein Watches on terms to suit.
in'I my S jears of hont itHn Is a
guarantee of satisfaction. If you want
Watta Repairing done I have two ncthw
irnikm.n. who will give reu good wert at
MwcUl lw prices. Open every Saturday
night anil! 9 o'clock.
BILTM0RE LANDS TO BECOME
FISH AND GAME PRESERVE.
Willi the Torture of Inrrannnt llai-
xlngnnd Ilell-Hlnclnsr In the Kara
The Remrtly nnil Purr.
Mr. rhna. J. Mnelile. 29S Daton stre-t.
St. Ixjuls. In speaking of his cure of ca
tarrh and deafnew and head noise, said:
"From mv personal experience of the
I'owcll Institute treatment for catarrhal
disease in its worst stage. Including dear
ness and head nnles. I must sav that it
seems to be marked by scientific precision
and accuracy and bv a remarkable de
gree of bklll and Intelligence. The treat
ment costs practically nothing, but not
withstanding the fact ot Its being so very
Inexpensive. Its marked efficiency Is seen
In tho wa It takes hold of the most stub
born and difficult disease and achieves not
only Its mastery, but Its permanent cure.
For reven years I have not been able to
hear n watch tick. The treatment has
been a wonderful success in my case; It
lias stopped the head noises and complete
ly restored the hejilng.-
FREE X-RAY EXAMINATION.
The X-Itar equipment of the Pott
ell Medical Institute Is nf the latest
type and the most elaborate and
complete In tlie country. Il- a ape
elal fluoroscopic attachment they
are enabled to effect an nbaolntelj
llatlnel ejealgbt tliatrnnxls nf nil
dlaenaed parts and fllina determine to
n certainty the rnnsr of the af
fliction. All InnlldH trtio so flealrc
are Trelcome to tills radical and per
fect examination. It Is entirely free
been cured I feel It mv dtitv to tot i.
nubile knoB. where and how I got relief.
I read In the newspaper that the physi
cians at the Powell Medical Institute
were curing all forms of catarrh and I
saw where thev had cured as Irid cases
as mine, so I determined to go and try
for myself. I am proud to say that the
results are even better than I expected.
I am glad to be able to recommend the
trcatmnt. and the expense 1s so near
nothing that no one can afford to miss
Mr. ('lias. J. Sloeble. 2JS D.lton street.
St. Iouis. was cured of Deafness of seven
Mr. Solomon Mncller. Belleville. III.
was cur.xl of Catarrh of the Stomach.
Liver and Spleen.
Mr. John Ilrennan. SS?I Fnlsom are-
was cured of Catarrh and Deafness. "'
Fsrsf0V"urs.nU,nw"an;?,!r?ro?'aabaed! CAR OF DYNAMITE EXPLODES
case oi i atarrn or me .nm. Throat and
Tlie work that has been going on for
a .ar In leveling anil bringing to graoe
the ver larse open space Just west of the
Exposition grounds is about at an end.
with the result that it Is In demand for
hotels and all kinds of structures natural
ly centering lit such a convenient place.
Some of It has lieen given over to loop
for th. elc-trle car service, there appear
ing to lc an adequate conception ot what
Is to bv expected later on.
"The Tike should not be forgotten. It
Is to be the midway of the St. Louis Ex
position, the good people on tlie Missis
sippi banks Ix-in,: no more given to fol
lowing tnise on the lake front In this re
spect than In am otlur So it is the Pike.
Thcr, as elsewhere, movement Is appar
ent and If visitors get away from St. Louis
i and see It all in less than u month they
will have to get up early and stay late:"
BULLDOG'S ERROR SAVES LIFE
Thought Snore of Han in Peril
Was Challenging Growl.
New York. Oct. :. Mistaking the snore
of a sleeping man for the growl of en an
cient enemy. Jack, a bulldcg. sought a
fight but aved a life Instead. Jack was
locked up In a saloon at No. 1 Torsyth
street, when Thomas Merer entrred the
hallway next door. and. setting himself on
the floor, lighted hit pipe.
In a few moments Merer was nsl?ep,
ami Jaek heard a romnant noise tlat
seemed to him like the challenge of the
butcher Imv's brlndle pup. Mever's pipe
fell from his mouth and set fire to 111
clothing, but he snored on.
Jack made frantic efforts to get at I is
supposed enemy, and his larking urousetl
the neighborhood. A policeman dashed a
bucketful of water over Meyer. etln
gulslilng the flames and waking 1dm up
He was then locked up. charged with Intoxication.
KILLED WHILE AT DINNER.
Woman Mortally and Husliaud
Seriously Shot Through Window.
Port Jerls. N. V.. Oct. !l-lltn Victor
II Hcavans was killed and her husband
severe! v wounded by an unknown man
at 6 o'clock estenlay evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Kevan were at dinner
when th-y were attacked. The murderer
flrrd two charges of buikshot thruugb o
window. Matks outside the window Indi
cate that tlie man was kneeling at the
time. It is supposed that he Intended to
rob the nous.-, but was terrified b) his
urt ami fled.
Then Is no clew to the murderer. As
far as Is known, the couple had no en
emies. Mr. IJevans. who was unable to
speak, wrote on a piece of paper lart
night tliat he luid no idea who the man
was. The SherlfT and a posse are now
si-wrchinc the neighboring country for the
Orcanlrntlnn of nn i:-iclnle Hunt
ing f'lnli Planned Will lar
New York. Oct. ; A large portion of
George W. Vanderbllt's vast estate In the
wilds of North Carolina, known as Ililt
mnre. Is aliout to be converted Into an ex
clusive hunting and fishing club, which
will include In its membership some of the
most prominent clubmen of the land
A proposition las recently lieen submit
ted to Edwin 1. Moore whereby, if pres
ent plans arc carried out. 130.0i arres of
the Illltmore estate will be used as a
hunting and ffehlng ground by the Hill
more Club, now being organized The plan
does not Include tbe lO.'.DU acres lmmeill-
atily -mi-rounding the private mansion of
The waters of lilltmore are well sup
plied with tlsh. In the forest many quail
nu b- found, ami wild turkeys, pheas
ants, deer and even black bear roani. A
ftature .f the tiew club now being formed
b Mr Moore will be a number of lodges
and cam is. which will be provided for the
ue of members throughout the various
sections of the forest.
"I expect to organize a sportsman's club
of from seventy-five to 100 members." said
Mr. Moore, "and the club will Include In
Its membership some of the most promi
nent clubmen In the country, devotees or
the rod and gun."
sene belonging to Mr. Williams about
it mile dewn PU. k Wver. The trip
to the grounds was made on the steamer
EMPLOY GIRL MESSENGERS.
PL bin ir Party
Popl.ir niuff. Mo . Oct. II -Colonel John
G. Prather. Captain John A Seudder. E.
Callln and J. II. Loulcrman of St. Louis
i arrived here yesterday and ate the guests
of II. D William on a ten days' fishing
i and hunting trip Ht Camp Prather. a re-
Young Women Take Place of
Western Union Employes.
Boston. Oct. :i Young women have to
day taken the place of the usual A. D. T.
boys In the employ of the Western Union
Telegraph Company. Persons who are ac
customed to receive ami send telegrams
called for messengers etrly this afternoon
without effect, but about 1 o'clock the
messengers began to appear.
The mosengn boys who were locked
out yesteraay aftcrro n haie not attempt
ed to Interfere with any of the girls und
the police are taking goal care that they
OAm YOU SOLVE THIS PUZZLE ?
You can be cured bv Dr. Powell's treat
men In your own home. It Is the most
perfect method of home treatment yet de
vised. All that Is necessary In order to be
gin a course is to send a description of
case and to use a little care In giving
Consultation rilHE. either at office
or by niall.
The Powell Medical Institute,
OR. P. MEREDITH PERKIN3,
Chief Consulting Physician.
201 ODD FELLOWS' BLDG.,
Mntb and Ollic Streela.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
OFFICE HOURS-S a. m. to 1 p. m.: : to
6 p. tn.: Wednesdays and Saturdays. 7 to 8
p. m.;' Sundays. Id a. tn. to K m.
AFTER SHARP COLLISION.
Nearly Everj llon.e In llaj Chester
Damngcd. lint o One la Seri
New Tork. Oct. 24. Three freight cars,
one of them loaded with dynamite, that
had broken away from a freight train on
the Harlem RUer branch of the New
Tork. New llarn and Hartford Railroad,
at Baychester, early to-day. collided with
the remainder of the train at the bottom
of a steep Incline and tho car with the ex
plosive In It was blown, demolishing three
DIFFERENT VIEWS ON
DESTINY OF HEBREW RACE.
sew iai. p-r cahu: to the new yoiik
HKRAI.D AND THE ST LOl'lH REITIIMC
London. Oct 51 (Copyright, 1903.) Some
remarkable tlcws on the future of the
Hebrew race were aired at the Jewish
Missionary Conference, held In London on
Thursday The ltl.hon of Salisbury mid
Canon SlcCormlck aovanced varying the-
ories as to the biblical prospects relating
to the return of the Hebrews to Palestine.
The Uishop of Salisbury did not believe
the Hebrew people would ever set up a
separate nationality and government of
their own until they were converted to
Canon McCormlck. on the other hand,
argued for a literal Interpretation cf the
quoted prospects on thl subject. Espe
cially. In view of the eleventh chapter of
the Epistle to the Romans, he believed
that. Jerusalem will be peopled by He
brews on the return of the Messiah, and
that thn the nation would lie associated
with one of the most astounding miracles
m all history, the conversion of a nation
In a single Instants
The Ilishon nf Salisbury refused to al
low a vote to be taken, on tho ground
The enalneer. Thomas t orrican. was
thrown off his seat and was for a few I that It was not desirable for members of
minutes slightly stunned. He managed to I the conference to place themselves on rec
regaln bis presence of mind, however, and ord as seconlsta or nonseconists.
Each w nf l!ie ttrrr line cf fiiture IN T1IK CENTER OP
THIS AKVFRTISEMKXT rrcll. the nam- of a great tr 'n t.
I'nllnl Watrs This i n brand ti-n t.uzle and -an ! ..!. I
with a Utile studr as f H.ws Thrre are larnty 'ii lettirs tn t'w
alphabet, ami we bare 's-d naurr" in pr!Iln tlie cllle. Inst-a I
of Vtler lttr A t- numtx-r I t rumr i C nnraW 1 ;
thnwchoiit lb nllr llh't IK Ytif CAN St'KU. . I
THESE THREF CITIES YOI' M T SHARK IN. THE I'lSTRI
HITKiN er l.i' Willi It WE ARK CIMMi W
for KMIing rulKflpll-ins V r n- Thi. tom an l Eivln up i
little rr tiur spate tlnv Thl-an. ..Iher ro-st lltn-ral rtff-r. are
made to lntrluc oo ef the erjr t-t New "tW nutaajlnes mt"
errtv hum. In th- CrllM Slate. l Cjiu R IH) NOT
WANT ONE Cf:NT OK YH R MONEY When ym be ma4
out the names of thev thrr. ltls wrtle thm pajlnlr ona Mor
tal card an.1 n. It to u. and mt will hear frwn u W"PII
RY RETt'RN MAIL It m k.W,r!K..rffS5 K.Tu? or
thrw names, but HTICK TO IT ANI CT OI R Ml HK ,
THE 11 im A rcpr r.f Mir faK-maUIMC A'iAZIBJx.I,Ji.25
SENT KREK to every ene snsW- n 'V5Viwvi,"T,?j5
de'ar Snvl in vmir aiuwrr ImmM'ateli U K INTKNIi TOJ.IX K
AWAY VAST SfMS OK MONKY In th- fytiir. i . .we ha.e
rfnn In ih Matt in aTTrr11- our HAHMlNO MA'u.lM., "
nndlM.bVltadwrti'lngwe can togHeaway LXIIUE
SI-J1S OK OOI.D KRKE H
are the names ard aiMte.Fr
of a fev people we have i
entl awanleil FREE finl 1
PRIZES: Mt. J II I.irhlm.
Twenv..Mril .treet. Pittnlmnr
Pa . Jim n) Mr O K Ark.r
man. Hill N H. ir". " t
Fred lVai. 1U Atklnvn stre.i
Rorhtr. N Y JIE M Mr
Seorre ttlpett. HUe Ila-,in
N'ora Scotia Cumcla. Sfc '
II C Hare. 4 Vln-..n.ll -v.
rue, olumlnis. o. J1.TV' n
llhlf Include th SSVh
li Oran.l I'prlrht Hn.i r
K.tlle Z7. Cii.n t"e i
I"lttwr. Pa . ! i- Ms
Matths lU.rin. 3 PiV li t.
Norwalk. Conn. M l s
Jno. Juit. Hex T. Knnld N It .
Slia.M We covM en en an
point to hundpM. ftf nam's ef
recp'e who have ratnrrt larre
sum. of monev frotn our c n
tests. Ink rnl. lie a f.w
nam m we rfir th. .n.p
to t you all aho.it TP
SI'BTIAI. II nw.ni in c;oi.l
FRFK tiFFKR. The abv. i-i
lutlon can be wfttkM eut h.
an alert and clever pernn. mr !
the rrward t. so hamlsime thv
It will amoly par vtia to THV
AND RPEI.I. OCT TIIKSK
THREK CITIES Brains -ir.1
ene-ry nowailaia are wrlnnlnr many nw-n prlrrs Ftuly It erv
i-ar.fully and let o see If yno are clever ntut mart .nouch t
i-ll tat the Thre titles. WKHAVE THE Jl.e.n IN COIJl.
Hare yiMj the brains and eneney If ou can make cut the namrs
ef the thrre clllea. sr,t Ihii t" as wltht on- cent uf money
ll'mnnbfr. that thla la mr SI ni.0 In tJold Free IHlrthuti'T.
and we dnn't rant tou It. nd any nvifi-y. When we sav KRKE.
we tnin PERFECTLY FREE. wtaiH rather-take thl
r-av cf ndvertlelnr oar eicllent maawtine than i pBdlne many
th'osantl nf dollars In other fnolh wart We freely and efceer
fully rive the morey imi. YOI MAY WIN We do not ear who
T'.y.Ii? J"""" TO PIJvASE Ol"R READERS IS OCR DK
I.IGHT The nutlcn j, can rou solve the abne unloue preposi
tion If yMi can do an write th names . f the three dies and
yir full aiMresa ptalnlv !n a letter and mall It lo us. and rou
will bear tmni u prcmrt'y by return malt. Money la a nice thine
ti hale, hecaure the-e are so many uful uses we can pat It to.
Rr a little eitra effort s-ime cne will ret taa money we sle
away Seme laiv amt f-ollh nrle often nezlect lbee traod
golden free effera we make and th n wnnder and complain about
TIIIS IS TIE GREAT PUZZLE.
il"lr lad luck Ther- are olv.al. plo- f ex "p.rtunllle. f.r
I'er hraSty pe, r:e who are alarar. al.'tt ar M.t 10 gra'P a
real gict thinx. We lwe Isillt up our enormous hu-ne hv be
ing alert anl liberal in mr ttRANti OOI.D tuiTRIRiTIii.VS
We are cnntlnuallr efferina: oar re.i irrs RARF AMI t Nl S
t M, priirs. ThU spe l.il f.nt-.l we mns-Jer .e ,.f th- rr.-'alAt
efTers ever made Io not delay In giving this matter ..ur im
railutr attention, ami If ou ran wu .,t the three rule, jend
roar antwer at once JI.0) REWARI a ill be paid to anv one
wh.. run prove that in the nwnv Kre -4eh i-..nf.t. we "h-ie
eon.blited In . IN-rx.l r 'eit!,l nt 1o ei, tl k we arr,,
e hare a Ms eapltal. and ary ,an easily ascertain u-xtit
our financial conlillon. To pay oul l,. ue xM ,, p, ,,
a ilea:uie to u. "Ve Intend to have the laic.H rl.rtilatl. n ..four
hlch-rla. one-dollar nUKaztna ln the worn In thl nrogree.1..
ae purib-hers And that thev mu.t 1- llh-ral in elvlnir we
prljes of ereat um of money It I. tho rnly Fim-eeeful war ti
ret your niai-aalne talke.1 about. For laaUnee If ou should eotie
the pecultar way we baye of rpelllnr the name; of the three
)r u w. uM never .top talklne ab.-u, Mr m,-,,!-, , w,im
on' we nirill.M ll.lli that the three lines of ncu-es.
r our iiLin (ti artuallv sp II th. n.m ... .k.- ,., .i...
a cJter brainy trcnt vtho caa thlnk ntu w tmiy ,n.
u-t.or i miv now 11 m nw -.
tU b .my rvnardr hr
Marine In or . W in G ! 1
Krr Oftrr tf rvnirv. If u
rr ra!I ilHi'ouraic-l !' r
iuh patent ami are w-t wilhnc
in virnl anr tlnv In trrlnft to
H'-rk rriit f? "-tlHtln. vh fi-
ialn! earn.. if t" w
Th adrrtl"mpt wn nt
wrlttt. fr dro- "f Ulrtn.
who nrr not wllllae t- sltr
Ilral n of thr tlm- l
PXICt t.V- frarfr to ln Pi.1l
w-irk aivl le tlin thI
't-nfp.n It tTv? 1KB
Ol'K BRAINS If tw ar-
!. ojpfu. In to.l.tne li wll
and (.. Vril the nam of
thf thrrlt-rnn1 tnl llm
to n. itp! w will W luitt
mu r-lti a ou art l
really lelre m- on to bn
rutcr-vful. arl a It dos not
c t t o "i cnt o -.vr rfh!
nnnwrr ihta plndM Vtt
yitn Offer It will h vry
frtoih fr vu t v t 1'V
In all lalrrw. Rive It wne
f v.iur t-ire lira St'P
,KS 1 I'OR KNKilGKTIC
ANI TIlOfniITFTI IKCi
II.K aivl tr fTiUfM. of Vll
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KfiT asu i.Arr-?.
Can Vou Solve If For Gold?
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har-l t" nukr A KOf-VTION P
'nS-Kri IRINTl.I IN THE CtSN-
advertlerrent wllhoat tryl
iir. iiitiKr. i.ir 11
TKR OK THIS ADVERTISEMENT We ilet that you care
fully reod this offer several tlmea before citing up trli.
Il The harder it stems the; more patience ana
you ehoala have iwriMre an.1 leternilnatlin win
I'RIZKS OK IJFK. Yor share In Ol R Utr".
soltinr the purxl
(naM. e ,K. if IHTIV Jit
MONEY DISTRIKCTIOX depen'l" enllreij tii n y -" ; r.
erry and brains, rsin't rtelar a moment In TRMNt! i. fJ'vf
THIS rERI'tEXING I'UZZIJi Many of the l-revle J
recently sent larre Mira or monv to In our Free M jnev ."'
butlon write us kind and srateful letters, pn.fu-eiv tnankinr ua
for our prompt and h -nest rtealtnits. and aajlnc that It JKBJ
not f atmnrir aired them to try to win they would not nave
been .uccesxful an.1 w,ulil not have been the happr "'PiP''
or a larae auni of money for only a few hour.' elf ort It alwava
raja to lve attention to our rrand and liberal oners, vi K
irli; CSH I'RIZES have gladdened th- hearts nf many per
sons who neeiled the moner If you need money you II1 Elv
attention to thla special offer thl very minute If via solve It.
write us ImniedUtfly noXT Ili:ui. ADUKKSS
THE ROBINSON PUBLISHING COMPANY,
34 N. WILLIAM ST..
NSW YORK CITY,