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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. JULY 19, 1904. "'
Tho Kind You Havo Always Bougbt, and -which has bcca
la uso for over 30 years, has homo the slfrnatiiro of
and has been made under his pcr-
ZT jC&JljfLAs sonal supervision sinco its infancy.
VoaVJ -UlCSUM Allow no ono to deceit e j on in this.
AH Counterfeit, Iiuitations and" Just-n-i?cocl"ai'e hut
Sxperimcnls that triflo with and endanger tno health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR1A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Pare
goric, Irops and Soothing Sjrups. It is PIcasaut. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allnjs Fcvcrlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
anil Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy, and natural sleep.
Tho ChUdren's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
- w -w r
The Kind You Have Always Bought
En Use For Over 30 Years.
THC CZNTAUII COHMNT. TT MURRAY BTRCET. NCWYOAK CITY.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Broadway and Walnut Street. Pt. Louis. Sto
AMERICAN PLAN .. IIW per day and upward
EUROPEAN rLAN... tl 50 per dav and upward
Market fit. Cars to and from Union Station.
P. SHORT. Prop. L. niED KLOOZ. Mgr
Cured Without the Knife.
FISTLI.A, Fisscnn. itching, BLEED
ING, ULCERATION, CONSTIPATIOX,
and all Rectal Disease, a .peclalty.
Cnrea Guaranteed. Send for booklet.
OR. M. NEY SMITH, Specialist,
8B0 0IIv St., 8L Uuls, No. Eslabl shed 1888.
wiUi Ld- or
fM. NofMtiwrrtJiilred Send 2cftsmpfor4i-p&2t Book.
MUAt-J HUilU, BJrf OAIUl, WV UJITt BU. Be. LA UJ, M
BEN BARNETT & GO.
v 607 PiNE 8TREET.
JL JL BCouoy to Xioan
V W OS PERSONAL PROPERTY.
UNREDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SALE.
JOSEPH F. FARISH,
IT. LOCIS REPUBLIC BUILDIKQ.
Tat. Bell Main 3018. Klnloch A 073.
B. & O. S-W.
Free HecIlnlnf-Ch.-lr Cars ta
Sletpert and Dlnlnf Bar.
Ticket OfOcei: Olive asd Sixth
and Union Station and World'.
FOR. WOMEN ONLY
We have th. most tfflclent,
beat and only reliable rem
edy for Delaj ed Periods. It
relieves the most otatlnate
complications from any
caute in 13 hours or ! to 4
day., without pain, dancer
or Interference irlth work.
We have brought happiness
to hundreds of women and
have never known this rem
edy to fall. Tou will save
iimo ana xauurn vy writing
tis hffoiu b,nr medicine, that ln1ur
and do no aond Price II 00 bv mall.
DR. R. a RATUCND RKXIEDYjCO, Room
lit. it ADAMS ST., CHICAGO. I LI
jbu aaaasMak Prompt rstltr. Causa removed.
HIT Isplf rH Srmptomsneverretarn Aeom-
" .Plata and permanen t eonstltn
i.O fiCTIIIIII tlonal COKE . B..k St tm.
Hdlflrrin Write at once for It, to
P. HAROLD HAYES. Buffalo, N. Y
WARRANTS FOR FACTORY MAN.
Patrolman Simmons Charged
With Violating Labor Law.
Elmore S. Simmons, an emergency
.pedal patrolman, was arreted yester
day by Deputy Sheriff Junes Duff on a
ohauro preferred by Deputy F&otory Jn
apeotor Scholl, alleging- that Simmons al
lowed hi. daughter. Meta, 13 years old,
to work In the factory of the Pfeiinjfigor
Pretzel and Baking Company, at No. 140'J
Bouth EJchth street. A warrant was Is
sued ac&fnst h'ra Bd he was released on
Thirteen warrant, were Issued against
John J. Pfenninger. the proprietor of the
factory. Evidence was laid before War
rant Officer Dalton which, it is claimed,
hows that thirteen girls less than 14
year, old were employed In the factory.
A Hair Grower That I. Guaranteed.
The Evans Vacuum Cap Is guaranteed
to make hair crow. Tou simply deposit
the price of the Cap In bank. We will
end you the Cap by prepaid express for
a thirty days' trial, and if you are not
pleased with the benefit, derived the bank
will return your money. Call on or ad
dress the Evans Vacuum Cap Company,
411 gullerton building, at. Louis.
V. 9. Court of Appeals Decision.
Tho United States Court of Appeal, hand
ad down a decision at St Paul yesterday
In the case of the Anglo-American Land
H I M I 7.WH4lHIUV.IM.)!lfIIMni
III i IN i Mil
If sou hae es that ruffer from in
flamed or granulated lids. If the) are red
or swollen, or nae that dull, persistent
ache that tells of rtraln and oenur'i.
--ou should eHe them instant care. Delay
Tour eyes are too valuable to neglect.
. -TV?.-, 1 - . I'WI
I. far too easy to obtain for jou to de'ay
an Instant In tring It. It elves quick
rellf to every form of weakness or dis
ease with which the human ee I. trou
bled Don't put It off longer Wo send
a sample for 10 cents that trill convince
you of It. value. Writs direct to ta
THE EYE-FIX RHMEDT CO ,
Dpt M. Detroit, Mich ,
If tou do not and It at tout drugslst'a
Mortgage and Agency Company and oth
ers against James I Lombard and asso
ciates. These cases were brought by plain
tiffs in error as creditors of tno Lombard
Investment Company of Kansas against
the defendants In error as stockholders of
that company to enforce the additional, or
double, liability statutes of Kansas upon
the corporations and to enforce a claimed
unpaid subscription to additional stock Is
sued by that company. The Judgment of
the United States Circuit Court of Kansas
was reversed and the case remanded to
the court below, with directions to grant a
"Antiseptic and entirely harmless."
What an Ideal Tooth Powder! That's what
SANITOI. TOOTH POWDER is. All drug
gists. 23 cents.
SPEEDING CASE DISMISSED.
Miss Julia Rumsey, Who Drove
Auto Too Fast, Goes Free.
The case of Miss Julia Rumy of No.
IMS Westminster place, who was arrested
Sunday evening by Policemen Cobuey and
Stinger whllo speeding her automobile on
King's highway, was dismissed yester
day morning In tho City Hall Police Court
on payment of coats by Attorney Josph
Dickson, her step-father, lllss Humsey
old not appear in court.
Miss Rumsey says that she was not
aware that she was exceeding the speed
limit and was much surprise! when the
police automobile overtook her and sho
was commanded to halt. With her In the
automobile were Miss Bessie Smith of
No. 4243 Washington boulevard and John
Nickereon of No. 3338 McPhersoa cvenue.
New ''PeKavy From rarla" Datra
and VFlat-Iron" Purses and Bags are now
being shown at Mermod & Jaccard's.
Peggy Bags at $3; "Flat-Iron" Purses,
i2 CO to ;t.50: Bags, C to $15.
MULHALL CASE CONTINUED.
Ernest Morgan, Who Was Shot,
Is Not Able to Appear.
When the case against Zach MulhalL
live-stock agent for the Frisco Railroad,
was called In the Court of Criminal Cor
rection yesterday, the attorney for 'the
State asked for a continuance, and the
case was set for August 25. A physician's
certificate was Introduced to show that
Ernest Morgan, who was shot by Mulball,
would not be able to appear as a witness
for a month.
Aa Matter of Public Interest send
Information oa to Train tierv Ice to
Eaopna, the llonie of the Democrat
ic Presidential Nominee.
Esopus Is on the river division of the
West Shore Railroad, sixty-one miles from
Albany, end all the great through trains
over the New York Central make connec
tion at Albany with West Shore trains for
Esopus. And In addition to West Shore
local trains stopping at that point. It has
been arranged to stop all through trains
to land or pick up passengers.
Dies After Fall From Chair.
Heart disease 'was the cause of the death
of Mrs. Jane Ober of No. 3310 South Broad
way at noon yesterday. She was seated
in the kitchen of her home, preparing din
ner, when she fell from her chair and lay
on the floor unconscious. Her son ran to
a neighbor and a doctor was summoned,
but found her dead. A Coroner's Inquest
will be held to-day.
'MLPW llllli I I
OBJECT TO SCHOOL
Franklin Avenue Merchants Will
Protest Against Sale of the
Blind Institution Prop
erty. Business men and property owner In
the vicinity of Nineteenth btrcet and
IYanMln aenue jesterday aftcinogn, aft
er orsinlzlti an association to be known
as tho Franklin Aenuo Business Men's
Improvement Socktj. decided to protest
against the erection of u city schoolhouse
on tho block now occupied Ly the Missouri
School for the Blind.
The Hoard of Kducatlon at Its meeting
lait week discussed the report of a com
mittee which had inailo arrangements for
tho Durcha&e of tho Blind School property
at Ivlnclieiith and Morgan burets and
1'ranklln avuiue. for which I75.W0 was to
he paid Tho purpose nu to erect J.
BLhoolliouse on the ground to relieve the
crowded schools already In the dlstttct.
Alei. J Temm. ono of tho menders of
tho iilw society and a member of the drug
linn of II. H Temm A. bun. ,No. 1901
1'ranklln avenue, last night gave the rea
sons for the opposition to the Board of
Education's plan, saying.
"I have been hero on 1'ranklln avenue
twenty-four nan,, ami-all of that time,
and longer, tho block between Hlghtemth
and Nineteenth streets has been a dark
.-pot because of the Missouri School lor
Tranklln nvanue 's known for it many
retail business houses, and It is the de
sire of the members of this new socletv to
preservo It as such. Wo consider It a bel
ter pl-in. If the property Is to be Hold, to
havo It go Into the hands of person who
will elect store buildings and build flits
above them. To erect a schoolhouse would
simply bo maintaining the dark spot which
Is never lighted nt night, when business
is at Its best hi thLs vicinltj
"Wo believe It would be better to erect
a new scroolliouso farther north, fcay. on
Diddle or Carr streets, where the neigh
borhood is more thickly settled and tin re
are many children I believe there are per
son" who would be glad to purchase the
property for tru purpose to which mem
ber of this rocietv wish to see It put.
"We will take the matter up with the
Board of Education at Its next meeting,
believing they will be glad to glvo us a
hearing. As between the two schools, the
business men would prefer tho Blind
School, which needs supplies' of all kinds
and buys many of t,hem from tho bushier
:ren of the vicinity."
Tho new society was organized nt the
ofilco of 12.1m ard Goedde, the hitter, at
No. 1S1G Fianklin avenue It It intended
to secure a largo membership of tho best
people In tho vlcinltv and promote the
general w elf ire of tho-o interested in
Franklin avenue's business
John O'Donncll called the meeting to
order. Blnard Goedde was elected pres
ident nnd rcenrffn A TVoi'Iao AA-..n ..
Tho committee appointed to draw up res-
w'-muiio vii in. t-cnuui ciuiion consists
of Edwnrd Goedde, John O'Donnell.
Thomas Farrenbnch. Alex J Temm and
George A. Davles. who, with John GIcs
ler, James D fcimms, ChristHn Bos-sow
and Jlr. Cavan'iugh, were unions thoso
who attended the meeting.
BOO Xew Umbrellas at 3.
Best taffeta Bilk covers, with cases to
match, paragon frames, steel rods, silver
and pearl handles at $3: gold and pearl
handles at tS; others from S3 to JW.
At MER1IOD & JACCARD'S.
Broadway and I.ocut st.
Kami Free Delivery.
Washington. July IS Rural free delivery
service has been established to begin Auguat
13 aa follows:
Illinois Galena. Jo Daviess Coi.nt , routes
Z. S and 4 length of routes 87 miles, popula
tion served. l.StS "
Kansas Manchester, PIcklnon County,
routes 1 and ; lenuth of route-, m"f:
population nerval im Oliniii liarlrn Cuntj.
rputo l; length of niut. :5V, mile., popula
tion Mrved, 4SS. Palmer VVas'unffton oum.
routs 3; Isngth of route isu miles tiopulatljii
served, ta. Pratt. Pratt Counts route 2.
lengta of rout. 30 mllis. population served,
Missouri California, Moniteau Couity. routs
2, length of route, a.", miles, papulation
served, t DunnBtin, polk County, route I,
it!?gU3 ot route, :i, miles, topu ation s.rved.
MO Parnell, .Nodaway County, routa 4. lenctn
of routo. 3 miles, ptpulatlon erved 644
Oklahoma Busch. Roger Mills Countj, route
2: lsngth of routs, 2 miles, population served
445. Moulton, I.avaca Countj. rout 1, lenutu
cf route, 6i miles, population served. 49s.
Rural carriers have been appolp'ei as follows:
Arkansas Loncke, James 11 JRCkson, carrier:
O A White, embstltute Texarkana Tnomas
J. welch, carrier; Charles Powell, substitute.
Illinois Arrowsmlth, A. J Preston, Jr,
carrier; Alonio J. Preston, substitute Kings
, K. Illackman, carrier; D W. Blackman.
substitute htrong'iurst, Carl o. lfamburt-.
carrier; Grove MahnBmlth, substitute, Wal
tonvllle Daniel B. Falrchlld. carrier; Eli W.
Kansas Anness. William H Dec, carrier;
Millard Chambers, substitute, Greenleaf,
George T. elson. carrier; Mllllo Nelson, sub
stitute, Majfleld. V. L. llarmtn. carrier; Pari
M. Harmon, substitute fcmolan, O, P. Matt
son, carrier C 1'. Mattson. substitute low
anda, A. P. Johnson, b E Cornelius, sub
stitute Zenith. R W. htewart, carrier; W.
A. Stewart, substitute.
Missouri Hale, J. B. Harvey, carrier James
Carson, substitute alley Park. Fred Werner,
carrier; Harvey Werner, substitute!!,
Oklahoma Glencoe, J M. Pennington, car
rier; W, L. Pennington, substitute Okarche
l P. Saeffer, carrier; S. E. StMfTer. sub
stitute. Texas Cartilage, J. T. Etheredse. carrier;
Louis Van Sandt, substitute. De Leon. W, P.
Weaver and I. O. Harvey, carriers; bam
Weaver, substitute liluo Itidg. Wallace J. J
James, carrier; J. W. Gabbard, substitute.
National Rank Affair..
Washington. July 1J. The Comptroll.r of the
Currency to-day approv ed the following changes
in tho officers of national banks;
Illinois The National Bank of Decatur, D A
Fhcllabarger, president, in place of of K. H
Roby; John Ullrich, vice president, in placo of
D 3 Sncllabanrer.
Indian Terrltori The Citizens' National Bank
of Okmulgee, A r eider, cashier In place of
t c jvegnier; M. r. urunam, asii.eant casnier
The American National Hunk of Tishomingo c.
li. Burrows, president. In place of L. c Pnr-
menier; ti s. Aiuuon. Vleo preement The
Parmer." National Bank of Vlnlta. n C
btretch, president, la place of F. M. Smith:
cashier in piacs of J. M Smith.
Missouri The First National Bank cf Galla
tin. James Tuggle. president. In place of W' L.
Broslus; S T. Broeius. vice president in place
of Howard Poace; Jaxn. N. Netherton, cashier,
in place of R o. Ehecte
Oklahoma The First National Bank of Chero
kee. H. C Fellow, president. In placq cf K J.
Votaw: R. H. Dunnlngton scond vlca presi
dent, in placo of ii. c Fellow
Texas Ths First National Hank of Clifton,
O A. Bronstadt. assistant cashier. The First
National Bank of Dahlhart, T. L. Bremer, as
sistant cashier. In place of W n Smith The
First National Bank of Del Rio W R, Wh'eler,
assistant cashier, in placo of J w. Almond.
The designation of tho followlrjr banks as re
serve agents wis approved: New England Na
tional Bank, Kansas City, for tho First Na
tional Bank. Tulla. L T.
Commercial National Bank. Houston, for the
First National Bank. Stamford.
Wiublrtffton. July IS Th following assign
ments to refiimenu of offlcera recently pro
moted are announced:
Colonel Georp I Brown, to ths Twenty
sixth Infantry; Lieutenant Colon. VT W.
Wohtempoon, to ths Fourteenth Infantry. Major
8 mar Bundy to the Sixth Infant rj Captain II
. BonncaBtl, to the Sixth Infantry, Com
panv O. First Lieutenant Louin It Chandler, to
th Twenty-fifth Infantry. Company D
Major Joseph K Kuhn. Corps of Engineers. U
retired from further duty with the Third Iiat
tallon of Engineers
Captain Clark S Smith. Corps cf Engineers,
Is assigned to the corrmand of Company M,
Third Battalion, vlca Major Kuhn
Drum Major i nomas imruev, Dana inira
bt placed upon the retired list.
Civil Service Examinations.
Washington. July 18. Tb United State ClvII
Servlce Commission announces that August S
examinations will be held for the positions of
clerk and carrier ln the Pot Offlc Service at
St, Louis. Ma, Texarkana. Ark. and Bonham.
Tex. August & a similar examination will be
held at 'Wax&hachle, Tex.
Joke Cause. Electrician Trouble.
Edward Creasly and Charles Klrslch
man, charged with petit larceny, were re
leased jestcrday in the Court of Criminal
Correction after a severe lecture from
Judge Moore. They were emplojed in In
stalling electric fans ln the Nebraska
bulldlns at the World's Fair grounds, and
took one of the fans away, to play a Joke
on the contractor, they said. He was un
able to fee the humor of tha situation and
caused tha arrest of the men.
Charred With Violating; "Oleo" Lrvt.
John Peyton of No. 2917 ,Lawton avenue
was arrested yesterday ty the United
States authorities for selling oleomargarine
without the Government stamps attached.
He waived examination and gave bond In
the .urn of KSO for his appearance, at tho
next Grand Jur& .
CIRCUIT JUDGES ASSIGNED
FOR NEXT YEAR'S WORK.
Order Issued In Kill nennry on
Grand .lurv So 'Ihnl I'ionl Report
Hit) lie Made.
The Circuit Judges met In general term
vesterday and mado assignment of Judges
for tl.c ear beginning the llrst Monda) in
Judge Robert M Foster will have charge
of Division No. E at tho Four Courts
His placo m Division No. 2 at the Court
house will bo Illled bv Judge Je-se A.
McDonald, now at the Four Courts.
ludge Daniel O Tavlor will remain In
ehirge of Division No 0 at the Four
Courts until the llrst Monday in Januao.
At a meeting held soma lime ago. Judge
Warwick Hough, who.se turn It is to so to
the Four Courts, expressed a preference to
deter the change for a vear. His term
will expire In two years from next Janu
ary, and he wants to wait until bis last
jear in ottlce to go to tho Four Courts.
Judge Taj lor volunteered to remain at
the Four Courts until after the election
next fall, when five Judges will be elected.
One of them will be sent to the Four
Courts to serve from January until the
Judge Tavlor will have charge of the
Juvenile Court from October until Janu
ur The other Judges will remain In charge
of their present division, during the next
The Judges vesterdav ordered five names
to be dmwn from the Grand Jury U-t,
from which to choose a Juror to take the
place of Grand Juror William B. Potter,
u 'ii Is .ihpnt f-oro the cltv
Tho boodle Investigation will proceed, as
It n m oe comlucteu bj nine Jurors, tint
the twelve Jurors must be present to re
turn un indictment,
A Juror to complete the panel will be
'Iected for the Grand Jury to mako Its
It is txpeoled that the report will be
made next Friday.
The river eTcursionists to St. Paul and
Northwest and Great Lakes all enjov the
line accommodations of Hotel Metropoli
tan. Bt Paul European and American
plan: best cafe and treatment, bt. Louis
IMPROVEMENT OF PROPERTY
NEAR FAIR SITE PUNNED.
Herrdllb Itenlty roinnnnr Huts 85.11
Ae're. fur Consideration uf
A deed of tran.fer was filed In the Re
corder s office In Clajton csterda eon
MJing the property ot the Parkview
Realty and Improvement Company to the
Beredlth Realty Company. The consider
ation named is t&O.OOO
A deed of trust lor JACK) Oft) to secure two
promissory notes, one for W,0Oi. the oth
er for 1150,000, was filed at the same time
by the Bercdltli Realty Company to the
J'-ykyievv- Halty Company, with tho Lin
coln Trust Company as trustee.
The property comprises two tracts, one
containing S3 M acres and the other El 86
acres. It is situated between the north
ern boundary ot the World's Fair grounds
and tho southern line of Delmar avenue
and runs from the Sklnker road on the
east to the Suburban Clayton division
tracks on tho west.
The deeds aro signed by Adrian O. Rule,
president of the Parkview Realty Com
panv and A. A. B. Woerhelde. president
of the Beredlth Realty Company It is
said to be the intention of the latter or
ganization to build ninety residences on
tho property for the use of tho faculty of
Washington University and tho students
who do not want to live at the Institution
after the close of tho World's Fair. Shadu
trees will be set out all over the ground",
streets laid out and other necest-ary im
provements made to convert it Into resi
Henl Estate Transfers.
HOLLT 100 ft, s s, bet Bulwer and
P.eseott. city block 2414, Thomas
Ilvnn to E VV..K. Leonhanlt w d
ULl'V EVT11-T0 ft , i. . bt Geyer
and Allen, city block 870. Albert Ze
lenka and wifo to Frank Haba and
wire w. d
WF3TMlNSTUIt-:e ft . s, s , bolrg 4I-J0
W e-tmhister place, city block 391J H
11 Whetfhou.e, by blierlff, to E 8.
Clark-Rherirt's d .
Mcl'HERSiON-40 f t . n s, bet. King-,
highway and Lake city block 4M7B.
Mary A Booth to Katharine N. Wlp
Iler w d
MO'lRIFON-ai ft . s s . bet Tenth and
"-levsnth. city block 456W; Carl Froep-
.J,,';hln'1 ,fe ,0 Hugo rrohllch w d
AVIiBRT-M ft. w s.. bet. Fountain
f.n?.DtlmBJ- clty hlotk 3T6S. Harry B
Coffleld et al. to Alice A. Knight
Clifton city block 1:94, also a trian
gelar lot. Gretchen Blckel to Hedwlg
A Curimlng!! w a
Mri-ii,.T-y."' "i- s taf-
r&I, C.ltybIxi!c ZUtAl Archibald Y.
t-,vkf.i0 Hypollte G jfarandon w. d .
rJ,-;NE.--',ft m , s s . east ot Van-
deventer. city block J747. Mary C Taul
t,YU Ludmlla Konnlsteskl-w. d.. . .
n2,nl -0 ,- ,n , bet Harney and
Thekla. city block 5127, Penrore lnvest-c-S1,:?trK?c,
t2.,Iecr' Ii Hossman-w d
BT' J-?".13-711."- 2 ln " b Blslr
and rifteenth city block lliO; William
.lnn and wife to John II. WUmeaherr
sT.EW'ART-50 ft . e .. bet Easton'and"
wens, city block 3804. John F. John
son and wife to R Marvin H.nehan
bTLVVARr W ft., e s.fcst Easton aril
Wells, cltj block S804 R. Marvin Hsu
Chan to John r. and Katls Jchimm
MOrtOAX-SO ft., n a.btt V.ndsv rnter
and Sarah, city block 1751: Shaw Real-
. t Co to rmellno Boland n. a
IIOIIOAN FOItU IOC ft 7 In, w t. s
w cor Arsenal, city bluck 60:: Irwin
A Wilson and wife to Arcbls Y. Du.t
CHIPPEWA 2t ft., n , bet. Tenas and
Ohio, city block 16M, iirnestlns Urlest
man to Gerhard Toben and vilfe
MAIDEN LANE 12 ft., . . btt. N'lnt
trenth anJ Twentieth, clt blnck 2333
Casuer DIstler and n-lf. to Fpnllnanrl
Hartman w. d
CLAKA-S3 ft 11 in . e a, b-t. liastia
and Wells cltv block 3S05VV; Joseph C
Hiker and wlfo to Guaranty Trust
Company of New York w. d
S1!LLIVN-S! ft. 44 In . n . . bet El
liot and Glacgou-, city block 237t, Rob
ert II CJuaLkenboas to Catherine In
vestment Company w. d
MAGNOLIA s ft. n . bet Urannon
and Mackllnd. city block OM: llessl.
W Scott to Henry J. Klus w. d
COMPTON-16 ft. v, in . v.. a., belne 8U
Compton, city block 1HJ, Jamea W.
Brown and wifa to Isabella Bsllvlile
COMPTON 15 ft tit in , w. a, belrur 19
Compton. city block 1983; BlliabetS A.
Coppedro and husband to IsabslI Ufll
vilie jtc d
LrciiBrTIA-E5 ft. IS In . a. . . n e, cor.
Kldlte. city block JM6W; Archibald T.
puk to Michael 8altsr-w. d .........!
ST LOUIS-80 ft. . ., bet. barah and
JVh ttler city block IMS; Mississippi
Valley Trust Co. to Bernard J. Cudlnay
. .' " 1 " ' to INice
eitv blortr 1101 TYula, ri,ri
ft al . by .pi comr.. to Frank A. D.
ntuvit -ipi corar. a ,
pKS,NbXi'VAIAV!:s w a. belnr
8737 Pennsylvania, city block 1623
AUBiist Jentzsch and wlfa to Christian
Gross and wlfe--w. d
N'EmtASICA-26 f t . e . . b-lna J722 Ne
braska, cltv block 163t Christian
Gross and wife to Auirust Hahn
GltAND 18 ft In . o . , north of Cass
cltv block MM; W. I. Roberta and
wife to Margaret McCormack w d . .
OILMORE 60 ft . . s . bet. Thekla and
Theodore, city block 13; Penrose In
vestment Co. to Henry W. Determano
and wife w. d
SUJiURIl N-W r t . n . . belnj COia Sub
urban city block S830H; James Dougil
ertv to MatUiow J. Golt-ir d
ARMAND CO ft. r s . beln TWt At
maml cltv block 1379: Stanford Inv. Co
to vvm n Harris and wife
PAGU M f t, a s , belnt- K38 Paco,
city block 230C: Wm. B. Harris and wifa
to Stanford Inv Co w. d
BUOAPVV AV- ft., w. . bet. Lafay.tt.
and Ionian, city block 370: Herman
J Krembs and wifo to Charles Stah
Hn w. d
NINTH, 23 fL, w. . . bet Mound and
Howara, city block 6T0; also Ninth. 22
ft C In . e e , bet Mound and How
ard, city block 6J, also Madison, to ft ,
n e , bgt 23th and Jefferson, city
block 2327. also Maiden Lane. 19 ft . a
e . bet 2th and Jefferson, cltv block
2327: Edfrar S Barker et ai. to Thoroaa
J. Cozzens )tc d
Charles Stewart: two-story brick flat, at No
41'0 .St Lculs; JI.000.
H. F. Iuepke two-story brick fiat, at No.
C024 to 4030 Russell: S4 500 each
Oscar Newhaus, two double two-story flat, at
N'os 3915 to sax N. Taylor: IS 009 each;
A. M. Spurllnit. two-story brick dwelling- at
No 4327 Kossuth. U500.
J K. Carr. to alter Nos. 113 to 2119 Ollv.;
Cella liarey. two-story brick dwelling, at No.
SCS0 Louisiana; t3.300.
Produce. Strength for Work.
Horsford's Acid Phosphate perfects di
gestion, calms and strengthens the nerves.
Induces restful sleep and builds up the gen
eral health. A wholesome tonic
Cltlzena Complmlai of Weed.. '
Residents in the neighborhood of Lindell
boulevard and Mmdeventor, ayenua bava
Don't Miss an Opportunity to See the
World's Grandest Jewelry Establishment
Strangers in St. Louis visiting the Fair arc cordially invited, St.
Louisans arc requested to bring their friends. Enjoy our large,
cool store. Admire our interesting collection of Oriental Art Goods.
See our magnificent jewelry, precious stones, gold, silver, china,
cut glass, etc. Ask about them note the qualities, the materials and
the make, also the prices.
Peggy From Paris"
and "Flat Irons"
Six Cut Glass $
(Like Illustration )
blers, an extra
value at $2.00 for
set of six.
And a great variety of designs at
up to 150 a dozen.
"Every PHOWE OUR BBAHCH Oflle."
MERCHANTS EXPRESS CO.
Electric Express Cars eery two hours from
DEPOT 614 S. SIXTH STREET
WORLD'S FAIR GROUNDS,
Admlnatrntlon, Aarrlcnltnral ana
LOW HATES-QUICK SEHVICE.
Latest Information rea-ardlnc rules for de
livery of traffic at Fair arounds.
made frequent complaints rccentlj. It is
reported, of the unsanitary condition of
the vacant lot at the northeast corner of
the streets named. The weeds havo been
allowed to grow, it is said, until they have
become a menace to the health of persons
living in the neighborhood. It Is ald that
protests made to the owners of the prop
erty and to the apents have proved of no
avail Comnlalnt has finally been made to
the Hoard of Health, and officials of the
board say ths case is now pending ln
TO MEET PRESIDENT TO-DAY.
Coal Miners Committee Makes
Oyster Day, July 11 The President re
ceived to-day a telegram from tho An
thracite Miners' Convention, called yester
day ln Pennsylvania, aklns for an ap
pointment for Its committee to lay liefore
him tho petition regarding the Colorado
Secretary Loeb, for the President, his,
telegraphed tho committee that Jlr.
Roosevelt will bo glad to see them to
E. B. EWING SERIOUSLY ILL
Senator .Cockiell's Brother-in-Law
at Oakland for His Health.
Oakland. Cal . July 18 E. B. Ewlng of
Jefferson City, Mo., brother-in-law of
United States Senator Cockrell. Is Ijlng
dangerously 111 at his hotel here, suffering
from heart failure.
Mr. Owing came to California about
three weeks ago for his health.
a. W. Itemlck' Drovraed.
Carlyle, 111 , July IS. This morning a.
W. Remick, 80 jears old, and ono of the
most prominent citizens of Trenton, was
drowned in Shoal Creek, eight miles west
of this city. This creek was out ot its
banks and the water was flowing across
tho levee. Horse, buggy and driver were
swept from the embankment. The body
was recovered tills afternoon.
Identity Positively Established.
The elevator man who fell at the Plant
ers Hotel last Friday night and fractured
his rkull has been Identified as Herman
Hlchardson, whose only living relative is
his mother at Keota. la. The body was
removed from the morgue yesterday aft
ernoon and shipped by express to Keota.
Itetnrn. From Mother'. Pnneral.
, Charles A. Anderson returned yesterday
from Griggsvllle. Ill , where he had been
In attendance at the funeral of his mother,
Mrs. Laura H. Anderson, who died last
week. Mrs. Anderson was 86 jears of ago
and had been a resident of Griggsvllle for
Ound to Stay Curtd.
Mrs. S. T. Roberts. Clinton. La., sent a postal
card request for a trial bottle ot Drake's Pal
metto Wine to Drake Formula Company. Drake
Block. Chicago. Ill . and received It promptly
by return mall without expense to her. Mrs
Roberts writes that the trial bottle of this won
derful Palmetto Medicine proved quite sufficient
to completely cure her. fans says: 'One trial
bottle ot Drake's Palmetto Wine has cured me
after months of intense suffering. My trouble
was Inflammation ot Bladder and serious con
dition of Urinary organs. Drake's Palmetto
Wlce ravo me quick and entire relief and I
have bad no trouble since using the one trial
Drake's Palmetto Wine cures every such case
to stay cured. It Is a true, unfailing specific tor
Liver. Kidney. Bladder and Prostate Troubles
raused by Inflammation, Congestion or Catarrh.
When there is Constipation. Drake's Palmetto
Wlno produoes a gentle and natural action ot
the bowels and cures Constipation Immediately.
to stay cured. One small dose a day does all
this splendid work and any reader ot this paper
may prove it by writing to Drake Formula
Company. Drake Building, Chicago, 111,. fora
trial bottle of Drake's Palmetto Wine. It is free.
and cures. A letter or postal card Is your only
expense. Tor sale by Eaboteau Cft.70u
mod, Jaccard el
Co. stamped into it, is
the best made, a qual
ity that you may de
New fioild Silver Vases,
like illustration beau
tiful, bright finish, with
design, original and exclu
sive with us.
in three sizes, aa follows:
8 inches high, $15.
10 inches hizh, $2-4.
12: inches high, $35.
We show a great variety of sol: 1
Silver asea varlou. ,:le
ard size- t prices nrnstn;
from 31 50 to 3200 each
two new and
late styles in
I5ajrs and Purses
their popularity is al
most a craze; we can't
g-et them fast enough .
We have a fine lot
of new ones to how
"PBSy From Paris"
Bags, like tllnstration,
Purses at 53.50 and up
to 6.G3 the Bags at
from 85.00 to 15.00.
Very Choice Redons Limoges (fry J
French China Dinner Sets O
A rustic new shapes, beautifully decorated with sprays
of pink miniature rose
-an exceptional offering-
12 Dinner Plato", 12 Tea Plates. J2
Soup Dates, 12 Sauce I'lato-. 12 Indi
vidual IJutter r!ate, 2 Platters. 2 Cov
ert d Vest-table DMier-, 1 Open Vejfeta-
Me Dlfh, 1 Covered Butter Dish, 1
(Jravr P.oar, 1 Pickle Dish, 1 Sucar
liovv ll Cream .Tu?,12 Cups and Saucers
And other sets a hunched different patterns to choose
from at prices fiom ?14.7j to ?.w0 set. -Many exclu
sive designs and open-utock patterns buy one or as
many pieces as you like.
MERMOD & JACCARD'S
BROADWAY AND LOCUST.
THE amateur cocktail mixer is a greater
bore than the amateur cook. If you like
to serve a cocktail that makes a man smack
his lips in delight don't mix it yourself.
GOLD LION Cocktails (ready to ice)
GOLD LION Cocluuls Seven kinds Manhattan, Vermontfc,
Whiiltey. Martini, Tom Gin. Dry Gin and the Americaa
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The Cook & Bcrnhetmer Co., Makers, New York
SENTENCES ARE COMMUTED.
President Extendi Clemency to
Indian Territory Criminals.
Washington. July IS It was announced
to-day that the President has denied three
applications for pardon, and has commuted
the following sentences:
To expire immediately, the sentence of
Edward Grlssom, a boy convicted in the
Indian Territory for horse-theft and sen
tenced to imprisonment for three icars ln
the Reform School of the Distrrlct of Co
lumbia. The commutation is ganted on
the recommendation of the Board of Trus
tees of the Reform School on account of
tho ill health of tho prisoner.
To Imprisonment for three scars. thoH
eemence ot Jtoy wiggle, convicted in the
Indian Territory of horse-theft and sen
tenced to Imprisonment for five jears.
This commutation Is granted on account of
the opinion of the officials that the mini
mum penalty of live years is excessive ln
Cold In Choctuiv .Natlonf
Denison, Tex., July IS. J. A. Owens,
who has spent several months prospecting
in the eastern part of the Choctaw Na
tion, states that he has discovered gold
that will assay $10 a ton. Owens is a
resident of Dallas, and recently arrived
from England. He claims to be an Aus
Protest Pcauody'a Action.
Gillespie, 111., July 18. A mass meeting
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Union Station. World's Fair Grounds'.
of citizens and miners was held here to
day to protest against tho action of Gov
ernor I'eabody In Colorado. Resolutions
wero adopted calling on President Roose
velt to stop the action of the militia In
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