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DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., PuDlisHers.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1896.
Vol. XXI No. 10
iu i nil 1:1 in in 111 n 1:1 n 111 ,m 1 1
In the Supreme Court.
Tlie St. I.ouls. np-(.Irar.teau .v 1 .rl
siuith Itullroad I hm' Decided in
Favr of ilouck.
The Supreme Court nf Missouri in
the nif f Miriam vs. the St. Louis.
'aM- Jiradcau V Ft. Smith Railway,
anil which was appealed from the Iron :
County Circuit Court on tin; question '
whether or not J udge Green had the!
right to appoint Kii Kiotz or any one:
!.- a- receiver of the roaii as against'
the appointment maiie by .hid-v Kiley
of Louis llouek. to-tiay decided
against Judge Green's action and re
versed his n:linLr. thus vacating and
annnlling the appointment of Klotz. !
This derision linallv settles the status '
FEATHER IN SMITH'S CAP.
Iluurk's Victories Kull 1 limns", to
The victories won by Louis Holiek .
Tuesday in tiie I'nited States and
State courts in the St. Louis. Kennett
tV Southern K.tiiroad litigation have
attracted much attention in Southern
Missouri, v.hei-ethe line is located and
the law suits originated.
Attorney M. IU Smith of Farniing
ton. v.ijo iias been Mr. Hoii.-k's conn- :
sel for .our years, is reiviving much
cp-iik lor (lis client
HOUCK OR TOP.
Kerfoot Knocked Out.
j The lioarul a Cannon and the MusW"
ol n lirass llatid Woke up
Exercises at the Convent.
i At eight o'clock last night about
The lulled sai, s circuit ( ourl seventy people, leaU by the Cape City
nanus Mown a Decision Kestor-
; Die Kennett Ituilroad to
Its IMgl.tlul Owner.
The I'liit.-d States Circ.iit Court for!
Band and Capt. Hunze's Light Artil
ery went out to the country home of
Louis Houck. live miles west of this
Old t. Vincent's Kilty-seventh An
nual t oniiueiicoiiieiit A t'rown
Iimt.em In the History of This
of the ( 'aiie Girardeau railroad litiga
tion and leaves Judge Kiley in undis
puted control in finally winding up
ami administering the affairs of this
railroad. This will be good news to
our citizens anil we feel assured that
in a very short time now the affairs
of the Capo Girardeau road v.iii lie
finally wound up. the property re-organized
and placed on a s.-cure and
firm foundation. All that has stood
in the way heivtofore hits been the
fact that it was not certain what court
would filially wind up the company
and whether or not Iouis Houck would
be able to maintain his position as
Receiver. All these questions now I
have been disposed of and all parties
in interest will undoubtedly Ik- able to
come to some practical understanding, j
This litigation has liecn one of the i
most prot racted ill the urinals of the ;
law of 'he State. Since ihe old of j
Heiress. The re-
ceivershii. of theKeiinett road brought
about liy .. .1. Kerfoot and ordered
vacated by U nited Stales Judge Adams
was knocked out in the State Supi-enie
Court on the strength of arguments
made by Smith. Kerfoot then iiled
the receivership case in the Federal
Court, and Attorney Smith made the
0iening arginent for the def.-j-d.unl
Houck on tin- motion to vacate.
the F.astcrn District of
the case of A. .1. Kerfoot
i Houck r.nd others, decided in favor
i of Louis Hoik k and his St. Louis.
U-ity. Tiie object of the visit was to A large and enthusiastic audience
tl ) -si iii.-i i ri
..-I...... M .. II. .....1. .1 1 . ..( i . .-i I... i - . ..-. . I
vs I onis ; wi. me pcoinc oi gainercu i uesiiay morning so witness
uns rny aim ;-ouineast .Missouri were ; the fifty-seventh annual commeuce
feeling good over the news of his vie- ; ment at St. Vincent's Academy. The
tAl-f i n t!. fi i I i.j .u .1 I 41... : .... ! ...II 1 ... . 1. .
K uiiott .V Sol." hen; 'railroad this, j 7 . s ...... ecnem-e o. ,.er eleruu...lie..is uas
Tuesdav morning. Ju.lgc .Adams de- ! " 1 l"c -e..t. our.. , occome proveroiai wnn our j-opie
, , in
uvertHi an eiaoorai-- opinion
; poin's a
fmmt ..f Mi. II..,i..L-- . l :.. t j....- u:t.:
r(ijn ... ..... ....... iv I'... ...I... ; iiuu ill s.i oij; iu.lt 1 tiesii.i tTAllliil-
. mime a saaite was ureu ironi ine can-;tion was a crownnir "em m tlie tiisto-
j nun ami the band played. The roar i rv of the school we but voice the sen-
over the whole
Hin-i;inn mi :il
foot! and came near dismissing the !"f lK:ard f"' I tim-ut of all p-esent. The art exhibit
!n-.:im .in, it luioi.!,!.) Mi. tJ..... ! 1 1 . i r . -
suit ou the . round of citizenshi i.. ', - - : gi anu uispiaj oi line panning'
"I his case was brought bv Kerfoot
Kim.-ne l-TeldM D.iiitlucr.
Miss Mary French Field, the eldest
daughter of tin- late ICugeiie Field,
wiil make her tlebut early in 'he fall
as a public reader. She is a tall
handsome giri. Jo years of age. with
a line stage presence and has inherited
much of the talent and ireniiis ,f her
father, tie- lamented poet laurate of
I childhood. Mis. Field was fairly
idolized by her fatiier. and is regard
i ed by the family as his natural siic-jt-.-ssor.
She is very bl ight atd pretty,
and lias for many years given delight
I fill imitations of the readings of her
I after he was di-fe;tted in tii. Supreme
i 'ourt of tile State. lur lertdei s will
1 remi.iulK-r that the State Supremo
; Court gave its opinion on tiie lan of
i .lime and that on the .lh of .lune Ker
foot liled tin- same suit in tin- Federal
Court that he iiad just lost in the Su
preme Court, and in this ua for
about two weeks Co;. Fordyce. who
is the real ewmphiiuant. i.sirig Kerloot
merely as a tool, managed to hold
tin? pi-operty for two winks longer.
1 1 u t lJie end has come, it ought to be
clear to some people by this time that
j Louis Houck is iit the mail to lie
(plundered of his p:o,-rty without a
j light, ami that the courts will not sus
! tain robberies, even if it is only a
railroad that is atteumted to .- taken
March. .ls'.i.;. this ease has b.vn b. fori
Court in one shape or i
gifted father. Several tears .iiiio sin
attended school inCermany. and the! I'ace i pmi a llt-ndsiojie.
past year has hoc:; om- of the most! Tnc resident.-, of Amesbury. Mass..
jiroinisi!:- pupils of Mrs. Miiward ! am' tm' !"-"!,:e of S.-.-.brool:. N. H..
Adams, the Chicago teacher of 0,1- are gi t-atl;. excited over the strange
sai tean elocution. Miss Field will go apjH-aranct
madam us. pridiihitiou.
writs of contempt. ;ipM-al
.xtraii.-Jiiiary proceed jn
ail this co.iiipiieati-ii lili-
j out under the liiaiia geinent ' (Jeorge
II. Vemnvinc. tin- iong-time manag'er
Kiid intin-ate friend of her father. ;ind
it she will
s. i iu ring
..; i:... the indications are that
.i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .iu .
Madison K. Smith of Farmington has!'1" "i'"t success. l-slie s A c
been in charge of tiie litigation and by
his linai .triumphant and di-oiiouui ed (
success has placed himself among the i
most distinguished and brilliant law
yers of the Slate. When it is remeni
tiercd thai Mr. Ilouck has in-cn strug
gling' with tm; Missouri 1'acjtic system
singe! iia udeii tor years to maintain
the integrity of his property anil save
it for its owners the inagnitiiile of the
Win 1; jierlc'i-;u- u by liis able counsel
ca.i lie .ippr at -U.
oi a grave stone in the
little ceiucteryatthe edgeof Sea brook.
The stone bears the name of Jonathan
Waiter, who died in S'.i4. ' n it can
be seen very distinctly tiie outline ola
woman's Dice, said to great;', resemble
that of Mr. vVaiter's .irsl wife, who
du d a few years ago.
The stone was placeu in position by
; Mr. Walter's second wile and other
relatives. At that time nothing-strange
e-n on tin- stone and it lookeu no i turned thtir laces iiouie.varii
A ltrnii-i I-'actory.
Some time ago W. V. Leach at tin
instigation of Mr. August Shivelbine
comnicneed a. correspondem e with tin
Keller. T;m Manufacturing ( ompar;;
of St. Louis in rei'arit to estair 1 ishing ! '
of a branch factory in Cai- Cirar-
ui;;iu. ami we wei-e piea-eo To sii
amongst tin- arrivals on the Cane
lirardeai.-, .V Southwestern Thi.rsdav "11 "I ctn iosty. stopped in amazemci;
Ills tamily to the doors and windows, i the work of Misses Luxora Waller.
A cannon in the coir.itry in time of j Mary MeHale. Sarah .luden. Lena
ieace was something unusual and of I Marshall. Maggie Ucwen and Myrtle
course its thundering peal startled il'owell all show great talent on the
and even frightened those who were i part of these young ladies and spoke
not an vtseu as to wnat was going on.
After two shots from the cannon and
two pieces of music by the baud the
serenading party marched in at the
front gate and up to the house. They
were met by Mr. and Mrs. Houck and
given a hearty welcome. After another
splendid piece by the band Frank K.
Hurrough. in a short and good natured
speech, explained to Mr. Houck and
his family the object of the visit that
to congratulate him on his recent vic
tories iu tlie courts. Mr. Houck re
sponded to Mr. Hurrough. thank
ed his friends for the interest they
manifested in him assured them that
his interests were also tin; interests of
the iicoplo of Cape Girardeau and
Southeast Missouri. In concluding
his remarks he wanted to oiler an
apology for not U-ing prepared to fur
nish his friends with refi-eshments for
the inner man. because of the visit of
his frieiius being a surprise to him.
but in this he was interrupted by a
voice from the crowd, "v.e brouj. -ht the
refreshments along. "
All were invtled into tire house and
it was not long, till ih-- young folks'
were enjoying themselves dancing. It!
was twelve o'clock when tin: se-eiiaders j
liferent from other?
i In- lace was first
moriai Da v. w hen M i
in ihe yard,
noticed oil Me
. Wiliiuni L;;to:i.
was examining the headstones
tti;s l.oiiman. ."secret a
:T;e;isurv and Mr. A. Otteiiniatz. I
i:e Man VV ho lifts. ! ,..,.:,. ,,,.;,., ,,r o. :.-..ll..,. -p
st.iry i- ! at. -d of :. iari.-ijr whojco.. whose business it was to invest s-
i.it-.i a vimage grocery in on-- "f ' ga'e rates ;,nd loc itioa for :i branch
Yw siere .stales and e.hiiit. d to ' frictorv in ' '.ine ( ; irardea .'.. These
. ...1 " ' : 1 11 ' 11 . " s on--, am. s.t v
the.; ttiougu: was a woman s la
then they were neither .sleepy nor
tiri-il, for thev had sih-u; the eveniic
. . j
so pieasantlv that thev kin.-w not how
i.y ii;e . .1 h:s
;.:;-ked .n :.
a!; -iio.:y to h;j
iug th pln-u
in. :.i c:;a-iiiiiei
s.. ... -.-h.i
' o!'. tl
noi iiioiis .-gi y,., it j, .,.;, ;, ft to-dav on the 11.1
. which i.i el : train after I:;: iug l--en shovn around
liens. !,.- I.a-.l it j the city I.y tin- above named
..i v.-oui.i .-.now ; nian. for s Louis
i..:- li-.iro: bii aK-j pli-a.-ed with tile Can
r. - secure satisfactory rates tin- inob:4tiil
grav-'.i tlici-ecri. i.ui on going up to
ithe slone she loili.l! nothing.
It seems that the face can o:;h lie
j seen when the oi-erver stands a siiort
sia'.i s sua
u th-- Stolf-
.lie I'est. J mi.
count r ;ii.i?i. .
. t , ' got. SOIIIC: (l i llg
,it v.iii heat that." --i'lli v it ties.
oe ha V .1 "t." s.lid ihe I
getting excited. -"Tak."! .... -.
- t distance awav from gravi
a certain angle
i ii" uiaKer oi ,in- stone
. vifi. iitiv w, !:""!l""- "! :""
if thev e,i!.. u ;t was place,!
: ej.es. io-c ami niouiu can o. -.-i-n
j piainii . Th-.- hair is also tery distinct '
jatiti falls loose! t- Uioa t!r- slioulders. ;
! More than hn u peopl-- hae visite
mc nuie tov.n sinee tiie.lay ;.'i pictur
it. I III i-r l):s;iii-ulsn,el llillls. II.
! in speaking of the viciorv gained
j by ihe Cajie Girardeau road yesu-r-!
te. day v.e onn, litte.i -,o n !er to Hon. I
II. IS. iiv.-r. the attorney of i-oj
! I"yie. w ho has wiUi so.-niicii r : ,
and at ! VSi li;1,11 '"" 1 :"''' ill this ;;".i:
! with '.
loudly in praise of the efficient corps
of teachers of which St. Vencent's can
The opening number "Salutatory"
Chorus, by vocal class, was a grand
selection and received enthusiastic
applause. After the singing' gradua
ting honors were conferred on Miss
F.dith Kamnier. who received the gold
medal and was crowned with the lau
reate w reath by I lev. Father Linn,
president of the St. Vincent's College.
Half crowns were conferred on
Misses Clara Osterloh and Til lie
Uoeser. sub-graduates. Then follow
ed the distribution of gold medals to
the young ladies whose names have
Sunshine on the I-a." double pi
ano trio, was played with ease and
grace by Misses li. Mcllale. K. Tough
ey. X. Manning. S. .luden. A. Oster
loh and I). Harbin.
""l'a pa Can't Catch Me." chorus In
itio itt,. folks, was sweetly sung by
F.dna Sebastian. Xellie Lind. Marie
WebU-r. Blanch Hendricks. Katie
Medley, l-h-iiie tsterloh. Vina Oster
loh. Jennie May Ancil. Helen SjH-ak.
Helen Coorvcr. .le.-sie Brink. Fsther
Foley. Francis Bohnsack. Addie Wil
son. Gertie Schwepker and Marie
('arroil. These little tots also sang
th-" :c:iutifu! selection. "What Would
tin Take for Me. Mamma." very j
"On the Lovely Kialto." a brilliant j
instrumental duett on two pianos,
by Misses M. Ward. L. Marshall. F.
SiKcs anil F. Stafford, received merit
Fl'iwers." from Mendelshon, that im
mortal tone poet, was sung by vocal
class, the sweet cadences reverberating
through the arches of the old building
thrilling the hearts of the audience
with the glorious music.
I lev. Father McDermot. the orator
of the day. held the rapt attention of
all present for almostau hour. Father
McDermot enjoys a wide reputation
is an orator of the highest ability rnd
his scholarly address made a deep
impression on the minds of his hearers.
"lain Sapphire Mines.
The l'ailin mines are spread iivcj
an area six miles by two. and consist
of thirteen mining villages, the chief
of which are Baw Taka and Baw
Dineo. These two are more than four
miles apart, but they are joined by an
excellent road cut through the forest
and well drained. Sapphires are
found all over this district: the whole
country suleis riddled with holes sunk
in tiie red soil down to the sapphire
layer. Formerly the stones were found
quite near the surface, but these places
have long since lieen exhausted, al
though the Burmese still continue to
turn over the old heaps in thefirmcon
vict ion that precious stones grow. Xow
the stones a iv found at a depth of from
1.1 tn'2't feet, in a reddish. gravelly layer
of varying thickness up to 1 inches.
The nit sunk is usually some .". feet
in diameter and either square or cir
cular. Soil is raised in bamboo bas
kets, attached to the end of a balanced
ever, and when the sapphire layer is
reached the stratum is carried to the
nearest water and washed carefully
for s"oj.,.s. o; more than one shaft
in thivepays for its working expenses,
but when th.- sapphire layer is struck
the profits may In- large indeed. It is
ail a question of luck. To dig and
work .nit one shaft occupies two or
thive iie;i one month. Two or three
Burmese generally go into partner
ship and hire I .a os miners to work for
them and sink the shaft at the rate of
two tieals I's SJ) .,- jm-hes. Oc
casionally sapphires of considerable
value reward the miner, but the sap
phires of l'ailin are of moivc onimcrcial
value because of their quantity than
U caiise of their intrinsic excellence.
l.ooK Tliro-.isrli ;
"K" -''"';l,i: -""Iyer, "how prevalent the notion is that
on can not testify as
bet yo. s".
ing- behind the counter, he brought
out a wire egg-lieaU-r. "There's some
thing in tin- egg line that will beat it.
I guess.,' s;;id he. reaching for the
stakes. "Hold on there'" said the
f:tr:ncr. "let's s--o you beat it." and
haiided if to the grocer. The latter
held out i.is hand for it. but dropjied
it i-: sururise on the counter, where it
"' 1 V" l,hlt"- ""'J " 1!:,1!,'!'- I ,K.i; .:;,-,. of Object
It was oi I'-ou, p;,iu'.e,i wiiu--. -.-oia i nm,..,j
a Maine htw-
I lie I'onresi I
i wit no
li, coiiri io iiiiuiiai" seen uii-ougn uo not aiwav- ma
lass. "What would you do with all i for the daiiv ores-.
"Summer Fancies." by vocal
ation ! accompuined on piano by Miss Clara
iam. Mei i iam in his suit ! ' -'erloh. was ix autiful! v rendeivd.
attempted to .-.-I aside tire rights- ,,i "Scotch Air.-."' double piano irio.
Doyle ami act, as i; were, for tin-v- a- a charming selection admirably
bonuhoidci s. Mr. Oliver, however. . done by .Misses M. Bov.cii. M. I'owell.
hi ought liis suit in Jackson to assert I F. Alln-rt. K. Sikes. I'. StatTo'-.i and
the right oi the frust.-e D.n I.- to act '"- ' mien.
. for tin- liondi- iluei-s. iri-esjn-i iiv,. of the I i ue Drama. "' 'indeivlla. by tin
i Merriam siii' and this suit is tir- oil- j juniors, surprised and delighted the
j under wliicli ue property ,viil o.- ad- ; "l I'-iu-c. luougli tuere
Boston ininisteret!. ,;r. Oi.v.-r ;t,so together i 'n-- actors wen- perioctiy
jwitii Mr. Sn.e.'i foliowe., this litiga- : 'd ami each seemed to lose her
iioii for :;is client w it n great a l: ii! v. i own is-rsonality in the character she
understand from M r. ilouck that assumed. Xellie Carroll apjiearetl in
tin- folks who wear spectac
ev -i vthing- through the gi
a Maiiv .hid g,- nut long
riiig to This notion. If
thi'oUL'h which an a-; or
seen was wavy so as to d
a vs ra Ise noli lit
les and see
tit i Mi; they are tarnation cute
i-t.-d tii" farmer, as he pocket
ikes and left: "hut 'taint no i;
'.' ag'iust tin solid facts." X.
i 'id pendent.
Nail This to Ihe MuMhc.it:
points iu l.-i
in "iH-haif of
a rg gin.
i '.i li! i
. ie,. ;
. sing le
y of tlie evi.
ss. had :; - i
-ile!' aii tr
... i -i .
I ' llll!
tort the a ;
it as to the re
-. but could no!
in v.-ry a-u len:
a -s in u-- sot
i w a roe.': a:;,!
v in- sei-ii, a
" I e oll'ee t.f t-,.
;g I 'avi
tllis by i's c
..-tu-t.uia ion at Mos
lugaiis. Henry Ge.
stead 1' i d -seri ti-'
veiitioii. 1 larding '-story id th- g
f-te was milt ordinary pi-,-,. ui
s ami statesmen 1 ids i.ric
goon reporters j highly i
Th- Xcw ui k i the Supreme c
monstrat-u dered briliiant
a letter written bv
Hum -iMieil !i.-
report the i not say.
--S.-!i:itor i of the bin
Mur-it Hal- j has gi.ice
i .oiii- con- g uisti.-i. a
is! t li ,
he fas-. (,,
r. v.: need
his dist. li
the title role. Bride ?IcII;ile as i'rince
Arthur. The cruel step-mother and
sisters wore personated by Annie Os-t.-rioli.
Klliie Breazeai and Xina Man
ning. ! 'e;u-l Stafford was the Fairy
( . od-motiier. .gnes Osterloh took the
Pari of "Auntie." the friend of Cinde
rella. Kathleen I 'arroil and Delia
1 1 in.
' I .li til t VV ; rt-;
-. f; it-si
'.' by W. ii.
U i-.iiv !ish
-'. . eia. -11.-i
at tiie 1 .tst-
soa-.hwe.-t CO.! -t
iiii.-ulties iu the
i ii.-.liate.! cable
- "-J ' us it
tiaJii.g. v.e re tn-
I'ao.' .ieti . -i. iii to-- t iu i do y ine.;!
if ill' '-: i. T!;..- cables f:(,m the
ig iitiious. t-'ruii Male;; bruntl y .til vanis
f.-ciii ti;e stio.v and bare wires dipping
i i".o the wa'.e:- frimilhe .-ho---end form
tin- other end of the circiiit. I'hiladel
niiii; J '.--coid.
-. 1 li
I o" Oil.
An a lit i-i:ioin qioly.
law that can he and will b.
A. A lii -rai iuternretation of ;!ie
Nionr.K' dot-trine and a .:: in ndvane..
ment of its principles.
.). A hearty encouragement to the
Cuban patriots who are sighting for
free .government. Xcw York l'r.-ss.
tile v. he;-,
11 Use v.-o
Oe , .
v. i- : ' I i : se
; a to v.h;
'A.'tS :! t'tV.t
time of the se:
a. and natural!
us continent it v,.n
i i e ha. I. But sii. i
in glass i- in com
lion -.-use. " -.ev'is
i -i; oat. v, o i'ji.is. s
; Will c
This celebrated I'reiicii remedy for j
' renewing tin- Vital eii -rgies ami effect-!
ing a 1 i-i'ii:;;:;. it cur. v.-
itive organs is m". ei- d to : ao.-e ;. thict
ed, for the frst time in this country.
A four o.uice hot 1 of this n inedy
: giiaraiiii-e.i to etV t-; a etttv. with full
I Ost Xo. lol.
I une -I'lh at
iiucklcn's Arnica salve.
The best salvein the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
fever sores, teller, chapped hands
chilblains, corns. and all skin erup direction.-, will ue sent on reci'tof!
tuns, and positively cures piles, or no pri 2.0.i. Pleas- note tunic and ad- .
pay lvquiivd. It is guaranteed to give t'l-'ss as this a iiioaiuMiiie!'.'. -.,illa -j
perfect satisfaction or money refunded oear icct six wcei..:. ;
Price -!" cents per box. For sale a B v-i".': Mi:d;c.: o... j
t .in; i I I
The luemlK-. s tii
G. A. II.. ale i-eijuest-'
d v to-.u, i l ow cvvrKi
"!:. ail' the ll'.il-uose i: .:)-.!-
taking in an old fashioned camp lire
supiei" pivpar-.-d and donated by the
diiughter of an old coiui-adc whofe'.i
Harbin were attefuianls of t'ie Prince,
"ileveaged at Liist." a notable
I in .-iirii by elocution . lass was
: a : . and 'selection, admirably iidaptcd
;to ei-jday Th.- iiigii eiiit ir- -.-.eiv.-d at
St. V'inceat's. It was .enJered with
qiiisi' " shading of voice and
g ..f gesture and v.-ui for the
di-s .-iicoiiuiiiii of prai-e.
Mis-es M.i.th K itii.uier. C.
i. T. K.-H-ser. F. Statf"!-.;. D.
1 sWeot v o'i.'eS I
nd Tiliic Hoes
tae vocai .iiio
f Mis-. s F.
; ieul new
From a letter w ritten by '. .
Geruieriuaii. of Diinondalc Alic!,.. t -are
iiermitieii to make the extract : "i
Inn'" no hesitation in recommending
Dr. Kingr's Xew Discovery, iis the it -sill'.-
w.-re almost marvelous in the
case of my wife. While ! was pasto
ol the Baptist Church at Gives .1 unc
tion she was brought down with
Pne'eii;..; a- succeeding L;. Gripjio.
T. 1 1 ;!.! paroxysms of coughing would
las' Lours with little interruption and
it sc. mod a- if she could not survive
them. A friend recommended Dr.
King'- Xciv Discovery: it was quick iu
it- work ami highly satisfactory in
ivsnlls. " Trial bottles free at Blomey
er - Hainan's drug store. Kegular
size .Vic and I.lHt.
NOTHING IS FREE.
Watch tha Loin-. l.o,e Dee.,. "
"Merry Sieigh Hide." a sparkling
; instrument;.! duett, from Chivata!.
was rendered on two pianos with mas
t -i-ful technique by MissesM. Mcllale.
; B. McHaig. D. I lit r'ni n and B. Farrar.
j Czerny's grand overture, "Fra
iD'avolo." double piano trio, was
I'll ! i
S;).;."tacl.:s li'.led to every eciiii;ti I,
t.io.i. !,. .ar.ty prices. ."satis
. '.y ; i..;a:-.; Call on I'fol
Toledo. Ohio. Foss, Op.iciau. Kiversiue Hotel.
i'elter 'i'hau Murpliiiie. j given by Misses A. Wilson, J. An-
'i'h.-re is a specialist m Xe.v York dr.-ws. D. Barker. K. Kaiumri'. T.
who i.iakes ;i business of goiiigaround i Hoeser and ( '. Osterloh with an ex
uights to put n rv,.us patients to I quisite a ppr.-ciation of the sentiment
sleep, lie does it by hypnotism. It expressed by this eminent theorist and
hurts nobody, does not form the mor- composer.
p'.iiue habit, and is very satisfactory' Miss Kdith Kammer's paper. "All
to ever school of treatment. This on tiu; World's a Stage, and All the Men
aulno. ity of a inetropoiltiin physi- "d Women Merely Players," was a
cian. who is on tin- quiet a hypnotist ; Hem of artistic word painting, a
expert, iiut who doesn't want to le ' masterpiece in the broad field of the j churchgoer.
so c'.ass-ja in th-; pivs-ni undeveloneii i graduating essay. And the car rolled on
state of hypnotic science. Houston I
N'otllillil VVorlll Iinvllli Is Now l!i
ond the I'ower ol Monopoly.
A street car dialogue.
First sjH-aker Well, wemustu't for
get that we have some privileges left,
it was Blackstone. wasn't it. who said
that every Kiiglishman's house is his
Second spi ak-r - That's an exploded
idea. Didn't you s.t; in the daily
papers that the board of equalization
has ord-red some of its assessors to
go l ight through a man's house and
s'-.-e -:p ids lioloiigings. What sort ol
a cit-tic is that.
Ti.: i".; speaker Well, tin-city's thoi -oughfaivs
.-. .'. .n.i sjieaker Xo: they belong to
tii.- streetcar barons.
Fourth sjieaker How aiiout the air
S. i olid sM'aker That's been l-vi.-u
on by tiie smoky factories.
Filth -icaker And tlw water v.e
StM-onu .-n.-aker - That's pre-empted
by the bacilli.
Siixth speaker- Well, every man is
at least entitled to six f.-et by two of
Second speaker Guess you haven't
secured the latest schedule of prices
for iike View lots.
Seventh speaker But salvation is
free, isn't it.
Secotid sjieakei" XV. .: vou ai-e a
The closing- number. '"Maybelie and I Cleveland Plain Dealer.