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THE REPTjBIilC:, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 12. 1902.
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KENTUCKY ORGANIZATION
EXTRAORDINARY
BARGAINS
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Last 2 Days of the Great
2cL Discount Sale of Diamonds
This is positively your final opportunity for purchasing fine diamond jewelry with
choice of the most select and eleerant diamond collection in all America at
FOR WORLD'S FAIR EXHIBIT.
FOR
TO-DAY AND THURSDAY, 2 DAYS ONLY.
TO SEE IF YOU READ WEDNESDAY'S REPUBLIC WE OFFER
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2 Barrels Dick-
I lasoa'm Doable
I Distilled Extract
WITCH
HAZEL
I allyoa want two
days.
Pint IQc
I Settles 5c extra.
15c DECK
1,000 Dtcka
PLAYING
CARDS
Squeezers,
Ansel Backs,
Hart Crowns,
Outings,
usnallr sell at
25c and 35c deck
two days,
15c
PERFUMES
Doucet's Finest
French Extracts
Red Rote, White
Rose, Jockey Club,
Carnation, Haw
thorne Blossom,
Violet, Pansy, He
llotrope and ten
others al way
sold at 40c ounce
Wednesday and
Thursday all you
wtat
16c Ounce
44c
Finest Imported
CASTILE
SOAP
If old and dry
and the yen-
finest ei-er Im
ported to this
country , tull4-lb
SI bsrs, n bite or
green, perbar,
44c
50c
FULL GALLON
FOUNTAIN
SYRIH6ES
Extra Quality
and a new one
tree If they lesk
In one year.
StJSiatue.
Two da)s.
EXTRA SPECIAL We offer 2,000 boxes 13 cakes to box) Jar. S. Kirk's Finest
Perfumed Toilet Soap, Honey, Glycerine or Oatmeal; rexultr price 25c box
but to see It you read Wednesday's Rrpubllc, to-day, perbox
la charge
of...
DR.H.
FROHOFF,
Extra Special Prices in Our New Optical Dep't.
SIS Solid Gold Frames. .$4.95
$10 Rimless, Pure Gold. .$3.50
$8 Pare Gold (J.S2m
St. Louis' jty&WL&W ,3 IL y9tgBirt'Alumlnico as low as SOcl
finest uer- au - -- isi '
manExpert U V CWCC TECTER PREP?
upuaan. taw hlhv I fcw I ks
Fitted with tnt "Berltl Lenses," controlled by a and Imported from Berlin, Germany.
To see them Is to hat a Pair. .
Don't Pay $18 or $20. See DR. FROHOFF. Seniccs Free.
ANTIKAMN1A TABLETS FOR NEURALGIA, HEADACHES AND
WOMEN'S PAINS-ouncekox ft, dozen
JOHNSON BRO
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BROADWAY AND FRANKLIN AVE.
ST. LOUIS' LOWEST PRICED DRUG STORE.
Jeeley
STLIQUOR DRINKING. MORPHINE
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nn. j 73 nTiATHnn. TTivMioimn .nn. uitnasnv.
C(tUtC?2803 LOCUST STREET, ST. LOUIS. Telephone Lindcu. 165
nvmc. nknPifcn rvn iunbwu Mnw ntviuuinini.
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a full fifth Jmln7i) TP.cr?do.v firintu: f
There is no mystery about the sale it's a straightforward, bona-fidc occasion, possible only here,
permitted for 10 days, now closing, as a forcible example of our magnificent merchandising resources
and as an effort to induce present purchasing of Christmas gifts, etc.
No matter what your choice, whether the most costly or least expensive article, no matter what the
value, you can save splendidly save surel3 save a fifth!
Mr. L. C. Lane
Many years Identified with the
finest famishing goods trade,
has the honor of announcing
to you his connection with the
establishment of
The Republic Bids'.,
On OUto Street at Seventh.
OPERATORS THREATEN STRIKE.
Western Union Telegraph Com
pany Discharged 30 Old Men.
fcEPUBUC SPECIAI
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 11 Thirty telegraph
operators who were employed by the West
ern Union Telegraph Company In this
city wero discharged to-night because
they had becomo members of the Erother
xiood of Commercial Telegraph Operators',
on organization which came Into existence
B. few days ago In this city and lodges
of which are being organized all over the
country. The operators who were dis
charged to-night are among the oldest and
most rellahla in the employ of the com
pany. To-night a meeting of the members of the
new organizaUon was held at the St.
Charles HoteL While no statement was
Clven out. it Is said that arrangements
were made for a general strike. The of
ficials of the company would make no
statement except to say that the men were
dismissed on account of a falling off In
business.
Wateh Repairing and Cleanla.
jrWe employ only the most skilled watch
inakers, and our prices are the lowest for
flrst-class guaranteed work.
, MERMOD & JACCARD'S.
On Broadway, cor. Locust
wero polled than at the general election a
week ago. The ote resulted In 41S1 for
Warsaw and 3,002 for Carthage, but War
saw fell short of the requisite three-fifths
of the total vote and lost the prize.
AFTER UNLICENSED DENTISTS.
State Board Secures Warrant
Against Doctor S. Adler.
As a result of a crusade begun by the
Missouri Stato Board of Dental Examiners
a warrant was issued yesterday against
Doctor Samuel Adler of No 827 Wash street,
charging him with practicing without a
license.
Doctor B. L. Thorpe, a member of the
board, is the complainant. According to
Doctor Thorpe, this action Is but the begin
ning of many that will be brought and
many arrests will be made. The board, ho
Bays, Is determined to break up the unlaw
ful practice In St Louis and Missouri, and
every dentist or physician to practice dent
istry will be compelled to stand a thorough
examination before a license will be issued.
A.iT. FORD,
President of the Kentucky Exhibit Association, Louisville, K.w
Used Club on Football Referee.
REPUBLIC SPBCIAL.
West Plains, Mo. Nov. 1L R. B. Hson
was brought to this city from Willow
Springs last night to escape! the fury of a
mob. During a football game at willow
Springs EJston struck Professor C P. How-
land of Springfield, the releree, on the
head with a club. Inflicting a serious
wound. A mob threatened to lynch Elston,
who wa3 spirited away in a buggy by the
officers.
Merrick, WaJ.U & Phrlp' OcBee
On Broadway, cor. Locust utrest.
Itrlttjor catalogue, 4,000 tngraniigt. XaiUdJrn
ft
I Carthage Won County teat Contest.
JTEPUDLIC SPECIAL.
Warsaw. BL, Nov. 11 Tie county seat
war in Hancock County came to a close to
day after an exciting and bitter contest.
Warsaw hung up JSO.000 as a purse for the
county seat, and Carthage, the present
county scat, is charged with using her
cash in buying up the press and for elec
tioneering purposes. Nearly 1.000 more votes
ADMIRAL DEWEY
WITH A
SWEET, DE1PSTER ft CO.
$3 SOFT HAT.
GASOLINE CAUSED TWO FIRES.
Chinese Laundry and Bestaurant
.Were Damaged.
The explosion of gasoline last night
caused a fire In the Chinese laundry con
ducted by Joe Sang at No. 3306 Olive street,
Clothing valued at $500 was destroyed. The
building was damaged $500.
While the fire was burning, a gasoline
stove in a restaurant on Locust street near
Cbanning avenue exploded. A negro was
uurncu on tne nanus wnue trying to extin
gulsh the flames.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Louisville, Ky.t Nov. 11. The first meet
ing as a corporation of the Kentucky Ex
hibit Association was held this aflernoon
at the newly established headquarters In
the "American National Bank building.
The meeting decided to transform the
Eiecuthe Committee Into a Board of
Directors. President Ford announced en
couraging progress by the various commit
tees and subcommittees, and also a grow
ing sentiment throughout the Stato In
favor of the movement.
The meeting of the directors was fol
lowed by a meeting of the Finance Com
mittee. This Is the most Important com
mittee of all. It has Its work well under
way, and there Is no doubt that It will
easily raise all the money required for the
movement. The work of the committee Is
raising the money has not been definitely
decided upon. The Tcia", or assessment
plan, has met with greatest favor and will
probably be adopted, though possibly with
pome modifications. The Subcommittee on
rinance, having manufactures as their
special section, will meet to-morrow i ml
prepare for their work. T. L. Jefferson is
chairman of this committee.
The corporation, as docribed bv the
articles of incorporation, is one without
capital stock, as It Is not organized for
purposes of personal giin The affairs of
the association are to be conducted by a
board of fifteen directors, whose terms of
office shall continue till the second Mon
day In Januarj, 1EC5. by which time the
great World's Fair in St. Louis will hve
been a thing of the past and the purposes
of the association fully served The as
sociation, however, is empowered to live
for flo jears and may Incur a total In
debtedness of KO00O There shnll be a
president, vice president, secretary and
20 cash discount of
Diamond Rings
20 cash discount off
Diamond Pins
20 cash discount off
Diamond Brooches
20 cash discount off
Diamond Pendants
20 cash discount off
Diamond Necklaces
20 cash discount off
Diamond Clasps
Buy To-Day or To-Morrw Your La.sl Da.ys for diamonds
America at 20 per cent cash discount off regular low prices.
mm
20 cash discount off
Diamond Studs
20o cash discount off
Diamond Buttons
20 cash discount off
Diamond Lockets
20 cash discount off
Diamond Barrettes
20) cash discount off
Diamond Aigrettes
20) cash discount off
Diamond Novelties
and the choicest diamonds in all
ermod H Jaer d' s,
Broovdway, corner of Locust Slrcel.
Wttte NOW for our Mammoth SOU-page Catalogue-
4,000 illustrations.
-does away with all ike annual Christmas worry.
Mailed free.
at present preliminary and the plan ot I treasurer. These are: President, A. Y.
Ford, managing editor of the Courier
Journal; vice president. Marion E Taylor,
president of the Louisville Board of Trade:
treasurer, Logan C. Murray, president of
the American National Bank, and secre
tary, Robert E Hughes
The object of the association is stated
In the following section of the articles:
The general nature of tho business pro
posed to be transacted sll! be to pro
mote and secure a fitting exhibit of the
resources, products. Industries and enter
prises of the State of Kentucky at the
Louisiana Purchase Exposition, to be held
at St. Louis, Mo , in UW to encourage
and assist individuals; corporations, com
mercial organlzitions, municipalities and
others in the State of Kentucky to make
suitable a d creditable display at said Ex
position, and to tol'cit, receive and expend
any sums of money for the furtherance of
said objects.
The Incorporators are as follows:
S. S Savage. Ashland: R. C Ford. Mlrt
dletown; Charles P. Weaver. Marlon E.
Taj lor, D B. G. Rose. Stmucl Grabfelder,
W. II Newman. Charles B. Norton, Sam
P. Jones, A. Y. Ford. Clarence Dallam.
T. L. Jefferson John L. Duniap. R. M.
Kelly, Jr. A. N. Struck. C. H. Hunger
ford, R. E. Hughes Logan C. Murray. J.
D. Powers, H. C Rodes, E. II. Ferguson,
J. C Van Pelt. R. W. Brown and Alvan
L. Terry, all of Louisville.
tf 18 To Sew Orleans and Return ?18,
Via Sloblle and Ohio Railroad.
Tickets on sale November 11. 12. 16. 17 and
18 at US Olive street and Union Station.
Wealthy Farmer Ended Ills Life.
Bloomlngton, I1L, Nov. 1L A horrible
suicide of a wealthy farmer. John Werner,
of near Mason City, was discovered this
morning. He blewout his heart with a
srotgun. Sickness and failing health are
supposed to have Inspired the deed. He
was past TO. After placing the muzzle of
the weapon against his heart and the butt
of the gun on the floor, he pulled both trig
gers with a poker. Death must have been
Instantaneous. He leaves a wife and five
children.
Eyes Examined Free
By our expert opticians. Dr. Bond and Dr.
Montgomery, and a proper fit guaranteed If
glasses aro needed. Steel frames, tt and
up; gold, 1j and up.
MERMOD & JACCARD'S, .
Broadway and Locust,
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4X - $3.00 3X - $2.00
val our owwr aoes nox nanaie our n&u
krrlto as. Satisfaction guaranteed.
FREE A handy hat cleaner tor 1 cents
jo stage.
Strut, Dtmjwttr ft C ChlMp.
Concert for Benefit ot Church.
A. concert will be given at the German
Evangelical Protestant Church of the Holy
Ghost, Grand avenue and Page boulevard,
to-morrow night at S o'clock. The prtirceds
will be used for the benefit of the church.
The chairman of tho Committee on Arrange
ments Is the pastor, tha Reverend Doctor
P. Dgen. The regular choir and the Juvorlls
singers of the church will take part, and
there will be two organ selections by Piu
Iftssor George Enzinger. Solos will be sjng
by Mrs. Otto H. Kortkamp, Miss Lotta
Fahlen. Mrs. Mae Eatelle Acton-Harker and
Miss Stella Miller, Miss Charlotte Lesser
and George Dickson. Miss Amanda Busch
haupt will play a piano solo.
Church Reception Postponed.
The recepUon which was to have been
given to the Reverend J. C. Morris at th
Cook Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church'
Cook and Spring avenues, to-morrow night
has been postponed until Thursday night
DANG
!
DANGER
lurks in every ache of the back. Don't be deceived by backache.
Don't mistake its meaning'. Don't fail to realize the serious side of
a "bad back."
The pains and aches of a "bad back" are many and varied sharp stitches severe
twitches acute twinges of pain slow, exhaustive aches. The back is tired, is lame and weak.
The "danger in it" comes from the kidneys, for most backache pains are but kidney
ills. Backache tells of a kidney blockade. The delicate little kidney filters are clogged and
warn you through the back. Go to the assistance of the kidneys when they "cry for help."
Don't experiment take
Wedding- Invitations Calling Cards.
Execution the finest our prices the low
est. Samples free. 1D0 finest- calling cards
and engraved plate (script) only JL50, or
100 cards from plate 51.
MERMOD & JACCARD'S,
On Broadway, cor. Locust,
Teamster Arrested After Runaway.
Harry Marshall, a teamster In the em
ploy of the Columbia Moving Company, was
arresrted yesterday on a charge of violating
the city ordinance against leaving horses
unhitched on the stereeta. A team he was
driving ran away at Twelfth and Market
streets, and caused considerable damage
by colliding with other vehicles and posts
along the streets.
Mr. George Gould
fMsmy years identified wUb tho
tUtest furnishing goods trade,
ham the honor of announcing
, to yon Ms connection with tho
establishment ot
The RepabUo Bid.,
' Oa Olive Street.at Seventh.
-Only Two More-Days
In-whlch to take advantage of our discount
sale, of diamonds. Entire stock at 20 per
cent discount off regular prices.
MERMOD & JACCARD'S,
Broadway and Locust.
TlfoBi,,"d Sideboard of Treasure.
Mrs. Delargy, who lives at No. 1002 North
?hnxMm,sJfeet- to1? the Pce yesterday
S?i 2 a,Lb?eIV s10'611 from tho drawer
of a sideboard in her kitchen by a man who
SSm.?.,.Uler6 "PnenUng himself as an In
KnaEemr She says e man mist
h5? fSSfS?.01! monfy wnU8 looking ovlr
5rS-?l'Sf to esumate Its value. She
avo the police a descrlpUon of him7 i
Fifth on Diamonds.
AU diamond Jewelry at 20 per cent reduc
tion to-day and Thursday only.
MERMOD & JACCARD'S,
Broadway and Locust,
Ankle Wrenched on Leaving Car.
nTn,SJmHurley 1i IS13 olJ. 'el from a
Broadway car yesterday mornlnJ-ia T.t
.?& V lsht at Sidney street aJd
2vulnewa 2 and dislocation of the
SSi,.,1!?, fas removed to his home at
No . 308 South Seventh street by Mrs! G
Helberger. who lives at the same address.
Topas Birth-Month Rings
xvr wovemoer. J3.25 to J25. Set with dia
monds and topaz, up to 500. Catalogue
mailed free. MERMOD & JACCARD'S.
Broadway and Locust.
Boy Injured by Fall From a Tree.
Oliver Fasnet, 10 years old. living at No.
230 West Nagel avenue, fell out of a tree
in front of his home yesterday afternoon
and was nalnfullv lniurpd nhmit i .HA
The distance was about elght-feet, and the
boy struck on his chin on the curbstone.
Quick-Meal" Steel Ranses are finished
better, their walls aro heavier, their ovens
full size and their bodies are well propor
tloned. They are not cut down In sue and
made light like the Ranges sold by the
"Special-Bargain Stores." but aro made to
do the work and to wear well. Rlngeu
Stove Co., 414 North Sixth street.
Rouse Ransacked In Daytime.
Tho home of 3Irs Anna Rohlfrag, No. 3129
Cherokee street, was ransacked yesterday
In the absence ot the family, and $20 was
Btolcn. Henry Jluek. a neighbor, told tho
police he saw two young men leave the
place about the Umo of the robbery, and
gave a descrlpUon of them.
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DANGER
is near at hand when the kidneys are sick. The urinary discharges
tell the kidneys' condition. "A brickdust" like deposit in the urine,
' or when too highly colored, too frequent in passage, irregular in any
way, neglect is serious. . -
Disorders of the kidneys and bladder call for prompt attention. The early symptoms are
but forerunners of dangerous diabetes, hard to shake off dropsy, which makes an invalid of the
most vigorous constitution Blight's disease, dread destroyer, incurable in advanced stages.
Doan's Kidney Pills act quickly cure quickly. Don't wait until too late.
ST. LOVIS
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NORTH ELEVENTH STREET.)
Mrs. Louis Faulstlch of 1010 North
Eleventh street says: "A child of mine
rjhowed symptoms of kidney complaint ever
Since he was 6 years old. He Eat for. hours
aroand the house, complaining of his back
aching, and rarely. If ever, went out to
Slay with his comrades We all accused
lm of being lazy, but as he grew older, he
evldenUy became weaker, and every bit
of color left his face. Finally -when out for
a walk one day he was compelled to seek
rest by sitting on the curb. A policeman,
noticing that he was sick, took him to a
dispensary In a patrol wagon, and from
there to the hospital. I had considerable
trouble to get him back home, and what
ever ailed him resisted the medicine pre
scribed by more than one physician. My
husband Procured Doan's Kidney Pills at
the Wolff-Wilson Drug Co.'s and he com
menced the treatment. We never expected
him to pull through, but the pills seemed
to give him renewed strength. His ap
petite returned, and as he continued tho
treatment he Improved until at present he
Is enjoying a new lease of life."
SOUTH NINTH STR.EET.
Mr. Raymond Fischer of 191G South
Ninth street says: "I had attacks of
kidney trouble for years, but in the win
ter of 1001 the attacks were more severe
than any previous time. I have had to
lay off work many times on account of
my back, for the suffering across the
loins was so excrucIaUng that I could
not bring the least strain on the muscles
without feeling It When the attacks
were at their height, too frequent action
of the kidney secretions was In evidence,
and thinking that Doau's Kidney Pills
might help, it. not cure, I went to the
Wolff-Wilson 'Onig Company's for them.
From the 1'esults obtained I am con
vinced that they are the best kidney
medicine I ever used.
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