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fi . , THE EEPUBLIC: THUKSDAY. FEBRUAKY 20. 1902 - . ,s. W 1 K uf K I- It ! 1. V K 14. I Clothing Department, I 1 Milts & Averill Tallorlas Co. M 11 Spring fj I Overcoats ffi Long, medium and short T Sl Ovircaats. in light and l dark Oxfords, blacki, In gj tans ard that latest A j) fashion BLACK AND W J A WHITES. fifl kJ Here you have all the (V fcf accepted styles of others iy plus a. lew ol our own. A H Price $15 25 (9 IfJ WE MAKE THEM. E j Mills Averill M Tailoring Co., tS Broadway and Pine. H W & w 0 WA j 53 W T I. m -No i; "Ignorance is the wet nurse of prejudice," tald Josh Billys'5- . ., . That's one way of snyms that If vou're prejudiced apiinst our Ttp'duction Sale, it's because jou don't know how much different It Is from ordintry siles, be cause .ou don't know the j;cnu lue chances to set splendid clothins for plrched prices that this caio holds out to you. $T.O Suitinps to $38.50 fl5 Suitings to $35.00 $40 Suitings to $30.00 $35 Suitings to 327.50 $.10 Suitings to $22.50 $25 Suitings to V2000 SU Trouserings to $11.50 $12 Trouserings to $').75 Sll Trouserings to $8.75 $10 Trousering-, to $8.00 $0 Trouserings to $7.50 $S Trouserings to $6.75 $7 Trouberliigs to S6.00 $P. Trouserings to $5.00 Sale ends March 1st. Macrarlhj-Evans Tailoring Co., 820 Oliie SL, Opp. P. 0., St. Louis, o. i STORMS LIMIT OYSTER SUPPLY. Market Men Are Unable to Fill All Their Orders. Xew York. Feb. 19 Great scarcity of oj s ters and llsh Is prevalent here owing to tha recent heavy f-torms. Ojsters have gone up 10 iter cent In price, and the marketnwn are unable to fill all orders because of the crippled tranrortation facilities Uhero has been an advance of 300 per cent In the prices of some kinds of llsh Nearly all the fishing chooneri at Fulton market remain tl"d to the wharves, because of the lack or clam bait. CITY ITEMS. IN their up-to-date and first-class uphol stery v,orkroomp. fifth floor of their cstab l'shment, CRAW FORD'S reuphobtcr and re-cover old furniture and make It Jut as good cs new, at much tlio lowest prices In the cltyll They have .in tatneiwe itock of furniture cohering to select iron. AUTOMOBILES IHSU IE0 V' AGINST LOSS 11Y FIUU. W. H. MAflKHAM & CO., GENERAL INSUItAXCE AGU.NTS. Room 1)00 Crntnry nallillnir. Phone: Bell Main 2773. Klr.loch B 1773. S& W.P.COWPERTHWAIT LOAN CO. - Established ISO. 719 PINE STREET. IIIblfBST'ANOL'NT LOANED On rtraonal prepquy, nuslne.confidBrtlal rPRlRSTlG. .-!". js& "' , la"" d",:ns- sni"d BICKELHAUP BROS., PRINTERS, tao-ag ?t. Stcord Phon Main KGA. TAPEWOKWIsSfs?,SI;S No ftitUc rtjilri"1 8nd 2ti Mimp for Booklet UR U. NI.Y bMIin,SptUlUt1OOOIir8t.,St.LAaUfUo. n DUNN'S n 912-914-9(6 FRfiHKUN HlfE. W ha now opened up our stock of Tall and Winter Overcoats of all kinds, and In all colon, far both rich and poor, lares and mull, and at leurcs to cult all and lower than any other place In the clt An Immense line to se lect from Do not fall to fee them before bu Irc elsewhere. Also Winter Suit. Coats a-d vet and Pants by the thouands. Mone loaned cn all aritcles of value at lowest rates of interest. BEN BARNiTT & CO., 607 PINE STREET. Money to Loan nv nritsn V4I. PBOrFRTY. JMIEDEEMCU PLCIIGHS FO!t SALE. nnslness couluicutiai. "THE Ilepublle Is rrlrted with rollers mide br C . CRLTSINGhlt. Jo 11 23 S. Thjrd St. NOTARY PUBLIC. JOSEPH P. PARISH, 'T. LOUIss -1CPUBLIC SUILOIN1, TEL. MAIS 3018. KIM.OCU A 673. yVt -J09 CAtiroutiAtvc. gl Si Ck Q mfffinwmanYfJL W WXMXMlVwimv HIS ENTIRE $10,000 SHOE STOCK At 50c on the DOLLAR See Thursday Afternoon Paper for Particular.' AMERICAN GAR GO. FILES TRUST DEED. Boatmen's Bank Is Creditor on Promissory Notes Aggregat ing Nearly S3dU,000. TOTAL AMOUNT IS $379,114.65. Trustees Will Assume Active Man agement of the Business In ti ease of Capitalization M:iv Follow. Tlie American Car Corauanv. which has manufactured street cars In St Louis for the last ten years, filed a chattel deed of trust jesteidav afternoon at the Re corder's olllco for the euiii of f3T9.1H6t The Boatmen's Rank js named as chief creditor on flftj-four promissory notes, ag gregating $341.030 50 William H. Thomson cashier of the bank, nas out of town ys tcrdaj. and Edgar lackland, the pre-ldcnt, said thu he did not nith to discuss the matter. William R Thompson and Henry D Denker were named as trustees Emlle Alevander and l.ouls 11. Tontrup, both otllceis of the companv. are c-editors to the extent of J13.1TC77 and MLZROb. re-tpectivelj-. The remainder of the Indebt edness is made up of tinall accounts, ring ing from $2)0 to $3W, which are lUtcd as accounts for material and labor. The officers of the companj are William Sutton, president: Emlle Aleiander, s.crc tarj, and l.ouls 11. Tontrup. treasurer. The business has been in existence slightly moro than ten jears, and the concern greu out of the Laclede Car Companj, In whlcl Sutton and Alevanucr were interested They so.d their Interests ill the latter buine--s and founded the American Car Companj. urln the early nineties the businc-u was verj profitable, and the company supplied many lines in both Eastern and Western cities with rolling stock. It built a la-fee proportion of tho old fc.ai.ton avenue. Grand aenue. Market street and Laclede aenua cars , Mr Tontrup, Epeaklng of the companj s action, said: "While ve were still tilling many orders, competition among tbo street car builders rendered the margin of profit erj- natron. Our capital was onlj 1W, WU, which necessurilj limited us. We de cided that It would be best to place i trie business in the hands of trustees 1 thin all tho creditors will be paid in full, and 1 expect that moie capital will be secured and intused into the bulne-s. At present tha trustees will manage the business To offset the largo Indeotedness, tha plant at No. 15i Old Manchester road, and all its appurienance-. are named. Two lots one in tl.e Heiirj bhaw tract at Old Manchester road ard McKee asenuc, and iha other a si were tract abutting thoFi co rallioad and Old Manchester road-w also named ns securities. Uvil Is -ronKlit by vant of rerfect-flttlns frames, as well as bj Improper lenses, w. uu.i. . opUcian. at Mermod i. Jaccard's, Broadway and Locust St.. uses utmost care In both these partlcultrs. No charge for examln- ! atlon. Steel frames, 51 una up; s"m, w and up. VISITORS AT ST. LOUIS HOTELS. J. G. West of Commerce, lex.. Is at the ilozier. , a D Bransfoi-d of Sejmore, Tex, Is at the Rozler. E I. Sandll of Lakota, N. D.. has rooms at the Planters. Mr. and Mrs. Contick of Centralis, 111. n,-,. at the T,tndell I II. B. Bedo of Camden, Ark., Is regis- .aroil nt tile MOSer. W". T. Itaney of Carl Junction, Mo , has rooms at the Moser. D. B. Daia of Hot Springs, Ark., is a guest ct the Moscr. -J. V. Murphj of Des Moines, It. has rooms at the Laidell Lee Klngsley of Sjracuse, . .. has rooms at the Planters Mr. and Mrs J J Perkins of Decatur. Tex., are nt the Moser. R. J Belts of Louisville. Ky, Is reg istered at the Laclede P. A. Hcarg of Cincinnati, O , spent jes- l terday at the Planters. , Georgo F. Forgcrty of Chicago, 111 , has j rooms at the Laclede. J Mr. and Mrs Jero L. Maher of Pcora, III . are at the Llndcll. F. M. Ridge of Macon, Mo, arrived tt the Laclede esterdaj-. Mr. and Mis Mike Elmore of Alliance, O . are at the Southern. George E. Jordan of Seattle, Wr'ash.. has rooms at the Southern. P. U Rouse of Parsons, Kas., was nt the Southern jesterday. J. B. Johnson of CofTeyvllIe, Kas. !s registered at the Moser. J. G Trimble of Kansas City, Mo , Is a guest at the Planters. Thomas Howard of Washington, D. C. is a guest nt the Llndell J W. Sanders of Vlnlta, I. T, Is regis tered at the St Nicholas J A Davidson of Wichita, Kas , was at the Planters yesterday. William H. Hankln of Fltchburg. Mass , Is stopping at the Laclede. Doctor J C. Field of Denlson, Tex, Is stopping at the Southern James Rej-nolds of Memphis, Tcnn.. Is stopping at the Southern F D De Shields cf Farmers ilie, Tct, Is stopping at the Laclede Camus' W. Pavne of Milwaukee. Wis. is stopping at the Planters R Brundrett of New York Is at the St. Nicholas with Mm Brundrett. W. W Bvoroft of Rradford, England, Jq .. -. - .... ". - r1-.-..? C. F. Hubbard of (Jouncll Grove, Kas , Is registered at the St. Nicholas. S J. Walker of Norman, O. T., was among yesterdaj's arrivals at the Llndell, EGG FAMINE IN CHICAGO. Shipments Iteceivca From Califor nia 33 1-2 Cents a Dozen. Chicago, Fib. 19 Eags are being brought to Chicago from California to supply local demands. Prices have reached S3c the hlhest sTnce 1E93, when they sold at 35c a j dozen. There are 3,000 cases In, but this was Itss than w per cent of the receipts of the sime daj last vear. Dealers. In discussing high price", told about ale being made for a number jof da j s In 1ST3 at Soc a dozen. A snowstorm then blocked the railroads and checked re ceipts. Bad Colds ARE QUtCKLY CURED BY Chamberlain's Cough Remedy It acts on nature's plan, loosens tne cough, relieves tKe lungs and opens tHe se cretions, effecting a perma nent cure. It counteracts any ten dency of a cold to result in pneumonia. It is pleasant totaHe, both adults and children liKe it. SELLS OUT TO HILTS Bstablisraod 1889. DIAMONDS In tuyinp; Diamonds it is not only necessary to trust to the in tegrity of the ssllcr, but also to his experience. The safe way is to buy whirc integrity and ex perience are combine-!. We have had 73 years' experience in im- Diamond RirjC ria'td Ilin.I (Ml f .-.oailin; .$11 U porttngand sel Iins: Diamonds, and every Diamond is carefully examined by et-r .-spert and is fully guaranteed. DIAMOND R1NGS- At SIS, $20. $25, $40, $70, $100 and up to $3,500.00 DIAMOND BROOCHES- At $20, $25, $40, $60, $75, $100 aad vp to $7,500.00 DIAMOND EAR-RINGS At $20, $30, $40, $50, $80, $100 and up to $2,500.00 Diamond Pins, Sleeve Links, Lockets, Charms, Tiaras, Necklaces, Eta mmm & mum Cn BROADWAY, Cor. Losust Si. "CTTx-ito for Catalogue IVXailod Proo. TEXANS OPPOSE THE OLEOMARGARINE BILL. Think It Will Deslioy State's Cot tonseed Oil Industrj How Senate Committee Stands. The ltcpubllc natean. 14th Pt. ard 1'ennsjliunla Ae Wahington, I'tb. 13 The Senate Commit tee on Agriculture to-Jjj- decided to end hnringa on tho bill taxing oleomargarine) and to proceed to consideration of the bill in cxecutito tension. Meetings for this pjr-lios- nill be held dallj urtll net Mondaj, nhtn j. vote on the prepiration to report the bill will be taken A poll discloses the fact that of the eleven members of the committee, s x Proctor. Quaj-, Hansbrough. Dollver. Foster and Quarles are for the bill, and that four Wanen, Monej, Heitfeld and Bate oppose it. while the remaining member. Simmons, is claimed bj both the dairy Interest and ths oleomargarine people. Thero is practlcallj- no doubt that tho bill will be reported substantially .is It cama from tho House, with the possible exception of an amendment siriKln4 out the section affecting the salo of renovated butter. Wnen it la taken up for debate, it is un derstood, the tight for tho dairy interests of the bill uill be led by Proctor and Dolli cr, and that Senators Warren and Eailoy will make the principal speeches against Its passage. Tho dalrj people th.s morning pre dlcttd that the Senate would paf it b a large mjjoritv, anJ this view la also held bj Judgo William Springer, who has rep resented tho okomargaiine manufacturers since the ugltatlon for a higher tax was started. . . 'Ihe closing session of tha hearings to-aav-was taken up bj Representative Uurlewn of Texas, who urged that the bill be rejected. He stated that ho was opposed to it chlctly beciuse it seriou-lj threaten the cotton reed oil industrj in Texas with desrtucUon. The cotton seed oil and the packing Inter est he said, had been developed within tha past few j tats, until they had become tha most Important manufacturing inurests in Ttxas. Reliable M nteh Kcpnlrlntt By the expert watchmakers at Mermod & Jaccard's, Broadway and locust. Charges most reasonable for guaranteed work. SCOTTISH"iTTMA"SQNS MEET. romp and Ceremony of Golden Convocation at Cincinnati. Cincinnati. Feb. 19 More tl an 1X prom inent Masons havo register here at tho Scottish Rite Cathedral for the golden con vocation of the rite of the Valley of Cin cinnati, which was established in this city fifty j ears ago to-day. While prominent Masons attend this convocation early, theio never was such an attendance as thu week. Among those present Is Doctor J. Diaz, prloto of Mexico. The thirtj -third and thlrtj-sencomi degree men ;ire piraeut nuiu all firta of th countrj. The prosramms covers four .lavs and Includes excellent muIc and .ill tho pomp and ceremony of the. Toot Htunlltttin workl . BROKEN RAIL COSTS A LIFE. Five Men Injured in Wreck in Sub urb of Columbus. Columbus. 0 . 1'eb 19 As the result of a broken rail earlj to-day one man wis j killed and live Injured on tne t-oiumoua, Sandusky and Hocking Valley Itailroad near the Nelson avenue crossing at Shep ards, a suburo of Columbjs The deid man is William Smith of Gro gan, engineer. The Injured are Prank Winterlnger of Grogin. fireman; r. S SwVet, J. V. Dick son. Henry Tipton, John KIncald, conduc tor. The train was a double-header and both engines and thirtj-tvvo gondola cars wero w recked. He llcconiniends Chamberlain's Congh Renieily. "I hava used Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy for a number of jears and have no hesi tancy in savlnc that It is the best remedy for coughs, colda and. croup I have ever) used In my famllj. ITiavp not words to ex- I Sress my commence in ims remeuy. .lira. . A Moore. North Star. Mich Adv. KANSAS POPULISTS TO CONFER. Many I'm or Breaking Hanks and Voting With Democrats. KCTUBMC speci r Topeka, Kas , Teb. 19 The- future of the Populist party In Kansas Is a question of great Importance to many of Its members. The advance guird to attend the State conference here 1'rldaj la already present. A majority of the loaders favor freak ng ranks and going into the Democratic pirty in a body. Mint of the rank and tile fa vor maintaining the party organization. The sentiment of about one-half of tho VO delegates elected favors keeping up tha People's party organization whether a t'eket Is put Into the field or not. It Is on tho question of voting with the Democrats under the Democratic name that the troub'a will come. iiic eieiueui vtiucii 13 iiautu uy cuuiiutiiii ltldglcj. John W. Breldenthal and other of tho old-t!m leaders will work for a resolution Instructing the State Committee to proceed with the calling of a State nomi nating convention, and It will Ignore 'the Democratic Invitation entlrel. Another clement, headed by Jerry Simpson. Andrew Shearer. Mrs Diggs and others, will want the conference to advle the rank and lite to vote the Democratic ticket. St II an other element will want t o irdorse the plan proposed b Senator Hanna of Clay Countj', which Is understood to be the Idea Senator Harris favors, that of both parties main taining their organlzat'ons but unltins on a common ticket to be placed on the official ballot by petition under a name acceptablo to both pnrtle and composed of nominees of both Populists and Democrats Kansas Populists almost unanimously de clare that thej would be will ng to abandon 'their organization and become Democrats If they were assured that the next Demo cratic candl ,e for President would be a Western marr. and In sympathy with tho pollcle tf the two last national campaigns. liieliiimond inn far-niny. pr.OIUU JEWELRY CO., PRESS CENSORSHF IN THE PHILIPPINES. Goeraor Taft Admits Newspapers Were Restrained From Advocat ing Independence of Islands. Washington, Feb 19 Among other ques tions pertaining to the Philippines d'tcussed by Governor Taft to-day in his testimony before the Senate Committee on tha Phil ippines was the attitude of the different re ligious sets toward one another. Ho said that generally the relationship is unfriend ly and that evangelical churches are seek ing to Becurs a foothold in tho Islands. Ho also referred to the ecclesiastical courts, fjjing that under the Spanish rule the members of the rel'gious orders could elect to have civil cases In which they were con cerned tried In those courts rather than In the regular tribunals In reply to questions he said that from twentj-llvo to fifty persons had been de ported from the Philippines and they wero all sent to Guam by the military authorities because thej are considered Irreconcilable whose presenco Is Injurious. Ho said, in reply to Senator Allison, that, so fir as tho Philippine advocated of lndc or.Jcnce had expressed themselves, nil of them desired that the United States should continue Its protection of the Islands; iu other words, thej wanted Independence with a United States protectorate. The witness was asked a great number of questions about the Malo'os constitution. Ha said that the convention which adopted It had been made up largely of rtsldcnts of Manila, although designated b Aguinaldo to represent the various Provinces. Com paratively few of tho Filipinos, be said, are familiar with the Constitution of tho United States, and he did not believe that Aguinaldo is among those who hava this familiarity. Governor Taft al-o gave Information con cerning the newspaper press of the Phil ippines. Aio tho newspapers there at Ilbortj- to advocate tho independence of the Islands?' Hiked Senator Culberson. "irey are unaer the restrictions imposed hj the statutes, which w discussed ves terdaj. Just us others are." tho witness responded. Therefore, they are prohibited from such a courso?" "That is the effect of tha statute whlla the War continues." Ilenutlful lllrih-tloiitli Itlngs Tor Februarj, set with "Amethjst," mean ing "Contentment," 2.00 to 13. and with diamonds and amcthjst up to COO Mer mod & Jaccard's, llroadway and Iicuat. NEWS OF THE CITY CHURCHES. Xoondav Lenten Services Re ligious Items, The Heverend E. Duckworth, rector of St. Jumca' Episcopal Church, otnclatcd j.sler uay at tho noonday lenten services, which are in progress at Eighth and Olive streets, ui der tha auspices of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew. Mr. Duckworth took as his theme," Personal Dealings With 6In." His remarks had their basis In the act of Jacob, as described In Genesis xxxv, 4: "And they cCavu unto Jacob all tha strange gods whlcC wcra In their hand, and ail their earrings which wero In their ears; and Jacob hid them under the oak which was by Shechem " Mr. Duckworth said tliat tho cotirbe of Jacob In hiding rather than destrojin,? the idols fuund a counterpart In men and women lo-daj w'io hid away their tins In secret rather than putting them awaj for ever. He declared that s.ns were none tbo lo-.s heinous in the sifaht of God simply because they were removed from the sight and knowledge of man. He said all needed to praj the secret of tho Psalmist, "Cleans! thou me from secret faults." The speaker closed with an earnest plea for personal godliness Mr. Duckworth will continue to address the meetings during the remainder of the wek. The meetings are being large ly attended, not only by members of tho. Episcopal Church, but by others as welL Mr. Arthur Ingham, organist of the Sec ond Presbyterian Church, will give his nine teenth free organ recital next Saturdaj aft ernoon at 3 ;o He will be assisted by Mtta Stella Price Holllwaj'. contralto. The .rro- ?rammo Includes an organ sonata in u nat, Mendelssohn; barcarolle In A Hat. Lemaro; polonalso In A. Chopin; menuctto, in B minor. Schumann; overture to "Hgmont," Beethoven; vocal solo; tinale, Handel. Colonel Aleiander Hogeand. of curfew fame, will deliver a lecture to newsbojs at the old People's church, corner of Elev enth and Locust streets, to-night. Colonel Hogeand is in favor of the establishment jf a iarge downtown home for nowsbojs. where thev will be afforded every oppor tunity for improvement. The ladles of tho McCausland Avenuo Presbyterian Church will give a Washing ton tea nt the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Charles I'. Wassail. No C126 Lloj-d avenue to-morrow evening A fine programme will be rendered and supper will be served. The Woman's Benevolent Aid will hold an open meeting to-morrow afternoon Jt 3 o'clock on tho third floor of the Masonic Temple, Odeon, Grand and Finney avenue FAVORS FAST MAIL TRAIN. Postmaster Baumlioff Hears From Postmaster at Hermitage, Mo. Postmaster Baumlioff yesterday received a letter from C. M. B'ntley, Postmasfr at Hermitage. Mo , In regard to the proposed fast-mall train over the Frisco. Mr Bentlej-. in his letter, stated that the p-ople in his part of the State felt the need of such a train and wou'd do everything In their power to secure It. RUPTURE jm U& PI I - I A F 1 fq (HI ; n ;Ti IT H - I S) vJear Havana I G Cigars J f H Are really excellent" p 1 3 for 25c. to 3 for 50c. PI ' 3 fy I Mi H y sjatWfffMtMtJJMtfflfjMMTff ROOSEVELT ADMIRES TRUTH AND FRANKNESS Candidate Admitted His Fondness for Whisky and Got an Appointment. iununr,ic srEciAi Washington, Feb. IS President Uoosevrit is growing in favor as a story teller. This morning there were torn Western men to ceo him, among them being Delegate Dennis Fljnn of Oklahoma, accompanied by a joung m in who had been a soldier in tha President's regiment of Hough Riders. Tha Introduction brought to the President's mind the joke of a United States Senator about tha KoulJ) Riders The statesman went Into the President's room and walked up to the chief executive in an humble kind of way. "Mr. Prcs'dcnt." he said, "if there are no Rough Riders around, may 1 speak to you for Just n minute? ' The President laughed heartily over tha Joko ard has told it to several people. Mr. Fylnn learned soma time ago. Ilka all others who have come In contact with tha President, that the chief executive admires frankm-ss arid truthfulness, and Is willing to overlook manj things If a man is truth ful wlt'i him The President, It Is said, would hive stood b Uen Daniels, who was nominated as Marshal of Ansona, It the latter had explained to him cvoij thing la connection with his life. Delegate Fljnn had a candidate for an olllce who was1 charged with drinking too much whlsltj. The President wanted to know something about the charge, and so Delegate Fljnn wrote to tho candidate asking for tho facts. The reply he received was sometning hko i this: ' My Dear Dennis: I haven t drank a drop I cf red-ejo for eighteen months and do not expect to for a long time to come Prior to 1 that lime 1 frankly admit that 1 went all the pacta In the direction of enveloping va rious brands nf red-eve. If I missed any thing at nil It was through Ignorance." Delegate Flynn gravely laid the letter be fore the President, believing that the can didate had no show after his confession. The President read the letter, said that tha man was all right and nominated him to tha olllce he wanted. Engraved Letter Head High-class business and professional pca tlonery executed at very reasonable price In tha stationery factory of Mermod & Juo card's. Broadway and Locust. hardwareTen end meeting. Elect Officers for Coming Year and Vibit Customers. Tha retail stove and hardware dealer of Missouri closed their annual meeting at the Mercantile Club jesterday noon. Must of the members spent the afternoon visiting thft st riuls trntit nnii dpDarted for home last night. The next meeting will be n id In St, Eouls. Z. I. Miller of Bloomington, 111, addressed the meeting jesterday morn ing, after which ofheers for the next J ear were sciecteii as ionows: iTe-iucm., jaj.ui Frvor, Louis ana; vice president. Edward Wachtcr, St. Louis: tecrctarj. rred Ncu liorff. St. Joseph; Executive Committee. J. " T., ., ..llta. Y l.'nti.tnln W St. Louis, and Frank Majer. Macon. To Care Headache In to Htnntea, Take Parker's Headache Powders They are safe and surf All druggists. Price Kc. use of bFble in the'schools. Suit Brought in Kansas to Test the Question. Topetca, Kas. Feb. IS J. B. Billard to day brought suit In the District Court to compel the Board of Education to restore his son to membership In the public rchools. Young Billard had been expelled for re fusing to desist from his studies during the devotional exercises, taking place in the morning. The suit brought by Billard is the result of an organized effort to stop the use of the Bible in the schools of the city. Quickly andX I I n fl- F Permanently V J i Km U 1 rv cured during the lt ten yesrs orue 4.000 St, Loulwna. NO PAT UNTIL CURED. No Paint No. Caitlna. Inclose 2. for BooUUt. LfcW- M fc 94 Wasntagtom at... sr. i.i. SUPREME COURT TO HEAR DEMING CASE. Points Passed on by St. Louis .Cir cuit Court of Vital Importance to the Army. Washington, Feb. U At the rsquest of tha War Department. Attorney General Knox has taken preliminary step to ap peal the case of Captain Peter C Deming, formerly of the volunteer army, to the United States Supremo Court In order to hava that tribunal determine the Important legal questions Investigated. One of these Is tha Jurisdiction of a military court composed wholly or In part of reuular of ficers over officers of the volunteer es tablishment. Tha United States Circuit Court of St. Louis decided that point against the con tention of the Government, but the Secre tary of War has concluded not to accept the opinion of that court as final unless It shall be sustained by the United State Su premo Court. students brought to court. Twelve Princeton Youths Spread Paint Too Liberally. Trenton. N. J. Feb. 19 Twelve Princeton students were arrested here to-day, charged with malicious ml'chlef for paint ng the bat tle monument and several houses In the city with the figures '"05" in jellow pajnf. The students painted a lot of farrn build ings between Lawrenceville and Trenton with these llcrures, and also about twenty houses in Princeton tiveiue. in Trenton. They had painted the figures on two sides of the battle monument. -when they were detected by the- police and tiken before .1 Police Judge. They gave their names as Charles Richards, .Time Smith Osborn Curtis, P. G. Connell, Robert Pelllt, t. G. Marrted Women however, by the use of Mother's Friend before baby comes, as this great liniment always prepares the body for the strain upon it, and preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend overcomes all the J danger of child-birth, and carries the expectant mother safely through this critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest blessing. Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from fhc use or inis wontienui remedy. Sold by all druggists at $1.00 per bottle. Our little book, tellintr all about this liniment, will be sent free. Tie Bradfleld Replatsr Co., Allinti, Qi. S. E. GROTE r$K5F CO., 519-521 St. ClmlesSt. PAINTS iUg Co. Acme Carriaee 2808 LOOTJST ST., St. Xio K? (tPIPV The lr FosltlTe Care tr I,laswr Srlaktss, Korpalaa aa4 trr ftu ffTV eotle lira Vslnc. earastheata, Takaee aad taaarsWa adateUsas. -. cosRKsrospsicB us connTATios cosruniTui- life IH- O. . XirAJ323, 3Elsyasdss and tfnir. nn Tmlml fir IMUH ui MrultnU. Im'MlwlWMUlqMk 1MH1US IF YOU ARE NOT SMOKING Try one, then notice the fine Aroma ofour present Havana Tobacco aa rompare it with high-priced imported. Cigar. F. B. Rica Mercantile1 Cicsr Co.. Manuf'acturer. St. Louis. TJnloa Kaila, Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder AN ELEOAMT TOILET LUXURY. Used by people of refinement for over a quarter of a century. 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