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THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 9, 1903, il 1. r- 4 Cure for Asthma and Hay Fever Tho Eiatemcnts published below con firm the claim of Dr. Schiflmann that his reraear Is an absolute cure for Asthma and Hay Fever. Mra. Mary Zachcry, Pleasant Hill, La., say: I have found your Asthma Cure a permanent euro for Auhma, for which I used It 7 years ago. I have never had the slightest return of tho trouble since, I have ftlq i found your remedy excellent In Jlronchial affections." Allay Fever sufferer writes: "I have had Ha7 Fever for 11 years. I bought a package nf your remedy (Schiffmann's Asthma Cure), of our druggist and due to Its use this Is the first summer thatl have not bojn troubled." Mr. Frank Gullfogle, C23T7 Ridge avenue, Eoxboro, Philadelphia. Send 2c stamp to Dr- R. Schiffmann, nx 890. St Pan! Minn fnr n frpfl m. plo package. riot-weatner comrorts as wen as me ne cessities appeal to alL Full supplies for eery want, whether at home or abroad. are displayed at that comprehensive retail dry goods house. Barr's Special values and exceedingly low prices prevail. GARBAGE INVESTIGATION BILL BECOMES A LAW. Connrll Vnnmrn Ordinance Ajcnlnat Antomoblles or Other Vehicle Drlpplnte Oil on Street. Mayor Wells returned the Garbage In- vesication bill with his signature to the Council yesterday. A meeting of the com mittee thus created by the bill becoming a law will doubtless be called at once, as the special meeting of the Board of Health, in conjunction with the Legal De partment, is to be held this afternoon. The bill making it a misdemeanor for an automobile or vehicle of any kind to be allowed to drip gasoline or other oily sub stance upon the paiements passed the Council by a unanimous ote. The bill instructs the License Collector to refuse to Issue a license to ail vehicles which are not constructed so as to catch the drip pings. Doctor Marks introduced a bill granting free water to the various homes main tained by the Little Sisters of the Poor for indigent or aged persons. Spiegelhal ter introduced a bill giving permission to Charted V. Wall to construct a conduit across an alley in the rear of Pine street between Seenth and Eighth. This bill was defeated in the House a short time go. The Council passed the Monroe street bwltch bill, which protides lor the vaca tion or fifteen ieet on that street between Broadw ay and second street. The consid eration asked of the Deere Plow Company is ,). Tho Council adjourned for one week. Grief Canaeil Angclo Cella'a Death. Angcio Cella of Chicago, father of Louis A. and Charles J. Cella, prominent real estate, turf and commission men of St. Louis, died in Chicago Monday at the age of c? years. He was devotedly attached to ins me, wno naa oeen ins companion lor more than forty years. From tne time of he death he taaed day by day. He was not the Eiirao man alter she died. His deatr. came from general decline rather than any organic disease. Mr. Cella was a native of Genoa, Italy. Ho came to America when a young man and settled in Chicago. He was In the wholesale fruit business, but amassed a large fortune in other lines and died a millionaire. Slant Produce Teleirram. Judge Thayer of the United States Clr iiit Court yesterdav issued nn nrdpr Al. Vffcit recting Emll Clauss of the Anheuser- uuscn urewmg Association; S. H. Mudge of the Postal Telegraph Company and it. H. Bohle of the Western Union Company to give depositions and produce a telegram in connection with the suit or Adam Dlehl of Nashville, Tenn.. against the Joseph fcchlitz Brewing- Company of Milwaukee lor 0,000. Don't Get Left. Illinois Central train. New Orleans Spe cial, on and alter September 13 will leave fat. Louis Union Station at 1:15 p. m. in Elcad of 130 p. m. Surprised on AVeddlns Anniversary REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Waterloo, 111., Sept a John Nollau and wife were surprised yesterday by members of St. Paul's Church congregation. It was their twenty-flfth marriage anniversary, and tho congregation presented a silver iea .Et!rJ,,.ca to lbem- He was born In St. ft ,Tt.jV' "fc0 ne i director of Fi We Lden Theological Seminary mere. His wife is 46 years old and was born at Mr. Allen In Charge. A circular issued by A. A. Allen, -ice president of the 1L, K. & T., atatS that lor the present all matters lormerty un der the supervision of the late General 8u- SPECIALTIES. i FUNERAL FLOWERS Ana atHgnm ot all kinds rentes, mhowi. crosses, etc.: alio artinclai emblems. Luose. cut Bowers, idea floral Co., IBs CMv T DEATHS. Ai.ui.ra At Henrietta Hossltai. Eut st Louis, of accident. C-orga ,y. AiultiTiiWed nuscana or Laura Lha Aibits Wei iiianeart ana tamer of lleata and John Albiu.2rvlSi at home of hla brotner. Win. t. Albuz-X? S idier street. Thursday, at 2L i termtut pmale. Burial at Beiietoatalne. BARXET Andrew C Harnett, suddenly. Sen temir J. IXu, aged u yean, nusoand ot Laura A. Barnett. Funeral Wednesday, beptemoer S at I p. m. Fnenaa united, interment private.' BOYLE Tuesday, September i. ISM. at 3 a. m.. Hanora Boyle, the teloved motner ot Mra. Jonta tnt-e Fitucerala!, at lamlly residence. A"o. tus Division sueet. Funeral Tnarada), Septem ber 1. at J p. in., to st, lfrlagefs Ourch. tnenct to Calvary Cemetery. Itieoat Invited to utttna. FOSTEK Suddenly. Tuesday. September i, 1j3, alia. m.. YUlliam c foster, beloved husoalid ot Mary Foster (nee fchea). Kuneial jnun-uay at :lu a. m. from famii residence. o. o) Swan avenue, to st. CTonan'a Lhurcn. tnrnce to CaUarj- Cemeteiy. linatiiea and l.untlB Invited to attend. Oovlnetcn. Kj-. pa pers pleaks copy. GANNON On Tuesday. September S. 1J, Iatrlck Gannon, son of fatrlck and Delia Dan ncii (nee Kracy;. Funeral will take place Aielnesaay. September , from family rest Ofoc. .Mi. ltll North Serenteentli street-l-i tends of the lamily invited to attend. 2LAJIOXET On Tnesdav. September a. 1903. pi u:tj p. m., after a brieC illness, 'William caroiiey, Deiovca son ot Aiargaret ana ins late vlULam Maronev and brotner of John and James Maroney and Mrs. James lowllng, aced ij )ears. Funeral from tamlljr residence, ao. Sll Cratiot street, on Thuriday. September 10, at I p m-. to Annunciation Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. MEltMOD Entered into rejt.. Monday. Ausust H. Vttl. Ausustus s. Uermod. in his strenty elchth tear. Funeral services at the Klrk wuod Presbyterian Church, Wednesday. Sep tember . ia. at 3 o'clock. Friends invited. Interment private. MEYLOR On Tuerday. September S. 19(0, at IS9 o'clock p. nv. Nellie, beloved daoghter of Officer lawrence F. and Mary A. ileyior (nee CUrlet), sister o( James. Mary and Lorneta. Meylor. ased a ears and St days. Tbo rtnvrrul will take place Thursday. lrtn Inst., at SS o'clock a. in.. fn.m family residence. No. Jtfl Caroline street, to St. Kevin's cnurch. thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are Invited to attend. O'MAl.LET Entered Into rest on Monday, September 7. 1S5H. at 1 o'clock p. m.. a race May. beloved dauthter of Michael and Kath arine o'MaJey, and sister of Oecrxe ffN Anna, and aara CMalley. axed a years 10 months and -V days. The funeral wlU take place wednusday. t& liinant, at 238 o'clock p. m-. fmm rsmilv residence. l,o. ut at. TnH, ,m. nue. to Visitation Church, thence to Cslvarr Cemetery mends ef the family are invited to atteno. 81irLTZ-Oa Monday, September 7. 19M. at a. tn- I?, ilnnm Shnlta. id hi thtrtvfhti, ft ear roa of J. A. J. and M. E. Slraltr. Funeral " from firoliy residence, JJo. 4WI tVashlnctoa loalvard. Wednesday, September . at 2 p. ra. Friends l.ilted. latnm'nt private. WALPH :rrttd Into rest at laml'r resi denre . IiB Nortli Sixth street, Tuesday, ttrptrmber , ISO. at 102 p. m.. Uonorah WalFh. relict ot the tato Jtna Walsh and iiher of Nellie Hopkins usee Walsh), liue ScOce if runenl will bs gives. ITCL OH TREASURY LOAN St. Louis Banks Find Little Profit With Secretary Shaw's Restrictions. SECURITY DOUBLE IN BONDS. Although Well Supplied With Capital to Hove Crops, Shaw's Courtesy Will Probably Be Recognized. The offer of Secretary of the Treasury Shaw to place on depoit with certain na tional banks In St. Louis re.5OO.0V of Gov ernment funds will probably be accepted by a majority of the Institutions. As yet no definite action has been taken on the matter, but It Is understood the offer will be accepted, though restrictions placed by Mr. Shaw will not make the transaction as profitable for the banks as was at first believed. It appears to be the consensus of opinion among local bankers that the Government restrictions ure too seere to enable the banks concerned to net profits sufficiently large to make the acceptance of the de posits worth while. While greatly appreciating Secretary Shaw's attitude in offering local banks J2.50O.O0O, the St. Louis banking fraternity was anxious that there should be no mis conception of his attitude in the other great banking centers of the country. AMPLK FUNDS ON HAND. St. Louis financial institutions were nev er in better condition for handling the crop-moving business, and they have be sides ample funds for attending to all commercial and other regular demands. While the sum offered by Mr. Shaw Is large. It will hardly be felt at this time In tho large capitalization of the deposits of St. Louis banks. The CSOO.OOO Is not a sufficiently large sum to cut very much figure In the crop moving situation. When that business is at its height St. Louts banks ship daily from S500.000 to JS.000,000 to the agricultural territory tributary to this city. The matter of accepting Secretary Shaw's offer, it is understood, has been informally discussed by the heads of the 'fire banks designated as depositories for the funds. Some of these banks, it is said, can handle the deposit with profit because of the fact that they carry bonds such as are reauired as security for the deposit. DEPOSIT OF BONDS REQUIRQD. The conditions laid down by the Govern ment for the acceptance of the deposit are that bonds double the amount of the funds shall be deposited with the Secre tary of the Treasury as security for them. These bonds must be such as savings banks in the State of New York are per mitted to Invest in under the laws of that Commonwealth. They- consist of State bonds, certain municipal and high-grade railroad bonds. To accept the deposit offered by Mr. Shaw several of the banks will be obliged to either purchase or borrow these bonds. In view of this fact it is a question as to whether profit can be derived from the transaction. The Ave banks to each of which was assigned $300,000 of the J2.DO0. 000 are: The Third National, the Fourth National, the National Bank of Com merce, the Merchant3-Laclede National and the State National. CIRCUIT COURT RESTRAINED. Cannot Appoint Receiver for Southern Missouri Lumber Co. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Jefferson City, Mo., Ecpt, 8.-Judge Mar shall of the Supreme Court to-day grant ed an application for a writ of prohibition against Judge Frank , Dearing of the Twenty-first Judicial District to restrain him from proceeding further in the case "of the Southern Missouri Fine Lumber Company. The writ Is made returnable to the Supreme Court October 13. A suit was brought before Judge Zach ritz in St. Louis by the lumber company against William Crommer, William F. Crommer, H. P. Bwart, E. S. Newhouse and S. J. Malugun to prevent the sale of some notes amounting to J1G.000 held by them for land purchased by the company. The defendants won in the Circuit Court, and the case cams up to the Supreme Court on appeal. Pending action by the Supreme Court the defendants went into the Circuit Court of Wayne County before Judge Bearing and asked that a receiver be appointed for the lumber company. The application for the writ to-day is to pre vent the carrying out of the effort to place the company in the hands of a re ceiver. Three Post Offlees Hobbed. Telegrams receied by the Post-Office In spectors yesterday stated that at noon La bor Day the Post Office at Marshall, Mo was robbed of J350, and that Monday night the office at Warren, Mo., was robbed, aa was also the office at Plainfield, la. I l II AND THE SERIOUS RESULTS TO WHICH IT OFTEN LEADS. Ilaatllr Swallowed Food and Irregn- " Mia,f Are Sonrcea of Mucb. SnSerlnc in Tnl Country. ???. gef.uUarity of Americans upon which visitors from other countries com ment is the habit of haste. This extends een to eating. Meals are eaten hurriedly SJ,.ilS?It?i.:.00,.ts swallowed half masticated and the stomach is unthink ingly neglected and abused to such an extent that nine-tenths ot our people are dyspeptical Take the case of Mrs. Ida M. Turro. the wife of a prosperous farm- Minn? Sh"?' W& Count "Irregular meals and too hurried eat ing ruined my digestion and I was mis erable until, by the aid of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, I was cured. I was In a very low state of health, food of any sort distressed me terribly, gas formed in my stomach and it became sore and bloated. Everything I ate seemed to turn sour. I suffered so- much when I ate that I had to almost starve myself. There was a pain In my heart, my bowels were constipated. I felt chilled all the time and my flesh fell away till l was horribly thin. The doctor gave me medicine, but it did not help me, and I kept growing worse until, at my KS.V?8. suggestion. I began taking Dr. Williams Pink Pills for Pale People. They made me feel better very soon and I kept on taking them tiU my stomach stopped bloating, the pain in my heart disappeared and I became perfectly weU again. I have recommended Dr. Wfl H,ms Pink Pills to a great many and will always speak of them In the highest, . Dr. WlffiaSsPink Pills cure stomach trouble by their tonic action, building up the digestive organs and enabling them to do the work that nature Intended them to do. Artificial ferments and preaigestcd foods weaken the stomach m many cases. Medicines should not iw rl. Sir, "" . ", uui wvuiu put n 15 cpadltlon to perform Its natural j"j"-"""V a w wok nvmg useful Information will be sent free on request hv th riT- wiiibm. M.iij.r -ir"?,- SchSectady. 'jTrT "w" vp,. Dr. WlUtemsr Pmk pnis for Pale People postpaid on receipt of price. 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Traffic officials of the Mexican railroads and the Southwestern lines in the United States and steamship lines plying between New York and Mexico held a conference yesterday at the offices of the Southwest ern Tariff Committee. In the Fullerton building, upon the subject of establishing a new through rate from St. Louis and New York to Mexico, and a change In the differential rate between local points on that route. A subcommittee was appointed and it is expected will report within the next few deys as to the best scale of rates to be adopted. The recent action of the Mexican Gov ernment In allowing the railroads In that country to increase their rates on certain commodities 15 per cent Is said to hae necessitated the roads in the United States taking similar action. Inasmuch a3 the rates to Mexico from New York are based on the rate charged by steamships, and are said to be about 8 cents higher. All of the lines are in favor of Increas ing the through rate from New York, but differ only as to the amount of the in crease. To make this change In the through rate will necessarily mak a dif ference In the differential rate which will have to be adjusted with due considera tion being given to all of the lines, es pecially those between St. Louis and Mex ico. It Is stated that the Mexican Govern ment allowed the increase to Mexican roads as long as the rate of exchange did not drop below J2.M. but that It has touched that point now and there is every cbancs or the normal rate being returnea The following traffic officials were pres ent at the conference: H. Lawton, Mexi can Central: George W. Dwan, Mexican National; George F. Jackson. Mexican In ternational: E. A. White. Intsroceanlo and Mexican: A. L. Antwerp. Mexican BaU wayj A. ,L.Hoby. Mexican-Ameriacn Steamship Company; W. G. Helnhold, Ward Lines: J. S. Hershey and E. G. Mer rick. Santa Fe: E. B. Boyd and J. C Mc Cabe. Rock Island: J. M. Johnson and W. C. Stith. Gould lines; F. A. Leland and C. Halle. M.. K. & T.: H. E. Farrell and J. P. Park. Cotton Belt; A. S. Dodge, Frisco: C. K. Dunlap, Sunset Route. GOULD TRAFFIC OFFICIALS CONFER Passenger and Freight Matter Up for Consideration. A. C. Bird, vice president and traffic manager of the Gould lines, arrived In St. Louis yesterday and soon after his arrival a conference of local and foreign traffic officials ofihe Gould lines was held with? Mr. Bird on the general traffic condi tions of the road, both as regards passen ger and freight. Those attending the conference were Leroy Trice, second vice president and general manager of the International and Great Northern; L. S. Thome, vice presi dent and general manager of the Texas and Pacific: Russell Harding, vice presi dent and general manager of the Missouri Pacific, and B, H. Pane, assistant gen eral passenger and ticket agent ot the Missouri Pacific. It Is stated at the Missouri Pacific that Mr. Gould will not make his usual fall trip over the lines at present, as he ex pected, and the order recently issued to tock his private car, now In the St. Louis yards, has been rescinded. J. M. Johnson, assistant to Mr. Bird, ac companied him to St. Louis. MISS PIERCE THE WINNER. Awarded Bine Kibbon for Four-in-Hand Driving. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Hamilton. Mass., Sept. S- Miss Viola Pierce, daughter of H. Clay Pierce of Bt. Louis, was the heroine of the Myopia Hunt Club's open-air horse show to-day on account of her skillful driving in the ring. Against a big list of professional and gentlemen whlp3 she was awarded the blue ribbon for an artistic exhibition of four-in-hand driving. She had been han dling the ribbons all day with her har ness horses, driving In sigle, double and tandem competitions and should naturally have been too tired to make a good show ing in the most Important of all the clawed. With her peculiar appointed coach she drove her four around the ring at an even pace, making turns and stops with, tne ease and grace ot a professional. Her wheelers were Greylock and Woodlock, with Lord Tantervy and Markulsita In the The Judges finally selected Miss Pierce for senior honors over Eben D. Jordan's crack four, and the award proved a popu lar one with the crowd. DELEGATES BEGIN TO ARRIVE Wholesale Druggists Gathering at Boston, Mass. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Boston, Mass., Sept. 8. Among the dele gates who have arrived to attend tbe an nual convention of the 'Wholesale Drug gists - American Proprietary Associa tion are Theodore F. Meyer, Mrs. Meyer, C. P. Wolbridge. E. J. Bhull and Mrs. &hult, all of St. Louis. The business sessions will continue through the week and some Important questions will be considered, among them newspaper advertising and the matter of rate cutting. Over 500 delegates are ex pected jid as many more ladles accom panying them. An elaborate entertainment programme has been prepared lor the visitors. Includ ing open houses at all cf the clubs. St. Louis May Get 1904 Convention. Chief Swingley, who has gone to Atlan tis City to attend the annual convention of FIro Chiefs, will endeavor to brlng-the 1304 convention 1o St. louts. He carries Invitations from Mayor Wells and Presi dent Francis and will put forth every ef fort to have the convention held here. It has become the custom to make the Chief In whose city the convection is being held the president of the association, if the convention comes to St. Louis next year, to Chief Swingley will doubtless be given the highest office In the gift of the or- miiia plan to sell for 25c THE BEST AND MOST DURABLE RECORD ever made. (None better at any price.) Made to fit any Cylinder Talking Machine. Investigate our EASY PAYMENT PLAN-$1.00 a week. Twenty-five Dollars will buy a splendid outfit. Graphophones from $1000 to J1(00. We manufacture Disc and Cylinder Graphopones and Recordsi. a mini BOLT OF LIGHTNING HITS COSTLY VAULT IN CEMETERY Masonry Is Shattered Ortr Renting; Place of B. F. Haenrlchen Res ilience Also Damaged. Lightning found a costly maxklnCon cordia Cemetery at 9 o'clock yesterday morning, when the mausoleum In which reposed the body of B. F. Haenrlchen was badly damaged by the bolt. The vault was erected by Mr. Haen rlchen before his death, several years ago, and was considered one of the finest in St. Louis. The damage Is estimated at JSW. Haenrlchen was an undertaker and personally supervised the construction ot the vault which contains his body. Lightning also struck the residence of Alfred C. F. Meyer, No. 17K Simpson place, and badly damaged the roof and in terior, at 9 o'clock yesterday morning. In the house when the bolt struck were Mrs. Mejer, her two sons and two servant Eirls. Mrs. Meyer was stunned by the shock, but suffered no serlobs Injury. METHODIST CONFERENCE CONVENES AT SEDALIA. Illshop GafloTrny Presides Over the Thirty - Third Meeting of the? SouthTrest Missouri Assembly. REPUBLJC BPECIAU Sedalia. Mo., Sept. 8. The opening ses sion of the thirty-third annual meeting of the Southwest Missouri Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. South, was held to-night at the Fifth Street M. B. Church. Bishop C B. Galloway of Mis sissippi presided. The opening sermon was preached by the Reverend Doctor J. L. Sullens of Webb City. The conference will settle down to routine work to-morrow morning, when between 200 and 2W clergymen and lay men will participate In the proceeding?. Preliminary to the conference work ex aminations were held to-day of the young ministers on trial. The Reverend O. W. Rlckman of Slater is chairman of the Ex amining Board. The chairman of the other examining committees are as follows: First year, the Reverend "W. a. Beasley of Gilliam; second year, the Reverend C W. Scarritt of Kansas City; third year, the Reverend A. R. Faris of Nevada; fourth year, the Reverend E. D. Mouzon of Kansas City. TWO hundredVtend CARMEN'S CONVENTION Grand Lodge of Royal Star, an Auxil iary, "Will lie Organised Daring the Meeting. More than 200 delegates from different parts of the United States and Canada are attending the eighth biennial session of the Brotherhood of Railway Carmen of America, at Druids' Hall, which con vened yesterday morning. The convention will continue all week. The meeting was called to order by Grand Chief Fireman J. B. Yeager of Northumberland, Pa. Yesterday's session was confined to the examining of the cre dentials of delegates. This morning the Grand Lodge will be organized. The Royal Btar. a body which is an auxiliary to the brotherhood. Is also to hold its first conventioin at Druids' Hall. The Grand Lodge will be formed to-morrow night. Mrs. Maria, R. Ronemus of Kansas City Is president ot tbe Royal Star and Mrs. Lulu B. Upton of Kansas City, Kas., vice president. Fifty delegates will attend this convention. BLASGKE AGAIN APPROACHED. Safs Money Was Offered Him to Leave City. Maurice Blasgke of No. ICC Market street, who claims that be was arrested to prevent him from testifying In the nat uralization fraud cases, told Assistant United States Attorney Nortonl yesterday that two prominent members of the He brew Jefferson Club offered money and a railroad ticket Saturday night if he would leave St. Louis. Ho told the men that he would meet them Sunday, but did not dofo. Monday night, he says, he started to leave his home, when he saw the two club men standing near, and, becoming' 2rigbt ered, he went back into the house. Hbisgke was accompanied to tho United States Attorney's office by Aaron Gottes mann. Both of the men told Mr. Nortonl that a friend had told them that while Blasgko was In tan men asked him (the friend) to Induce Blargke to accept $50 and a railroad ticket and to leave the city. Thrrr rpfnnf tn cam this messace tn Slasgke, It Is said. They also told Mr. Nortonl that the friend said the two men had told him that K Blagske did not ac cent th after tut would stay In laJl all summer, for tho men claimed to control the police and the police court In -which Blasgke would be tried. BUakge's trial In police court la set for to-day. TO BrR FOREIGN PAUPERS. Simon Says They Mnst Be Kept , Oat of Poorhonse. Health Commissioner Simon Intends to exclude paupers foreign to the city from the Pocrhouse. He discovered yesterday that three bad jest been admitted, none of whom bad been living here for a year. He Is working on a case of a man who arrived three days ago. The man Is a cripple and unable to perform manual la bor. He admitted that ho paid the con ductor 15 In railroad fare In order to get to St. liouls. The law fixes a fine of XXO for any rail road or other public carrier or Individual who brings or causes to be brought an in dividual into, tbe city who Is liable to be come a charge on the city, and the offend er shall furnish bond of from JGOO to n, Oao to cuarantee the maintenance of th! pauper as long as he shall remain in the 3C tHSsSSy mse3P ssssssL, PAQUIN SANITAniDM. Tbe Only Institution of Its Kind in St. Louis. SCHOOLS. aWVW' CONRATH'S CONSERVATORY 3400-3402 Llndoll Craplets iti Select Faculty la ill Bnse&e:. WWV WflAAAAAvVyVtfWVnAAAAAAAAA Wesitwsrfh Military Assdemy Government supervision and equipment. Army officerdetalled. Prepares for Universities, National Academies or for Life. cots. s. amm . tr. x. nocisstL. Iilri. g. i83f LINDENWOOD COLLEGE FOR WOMEN ST. CHARLES, MO. Electric Cars to St. Louis. Eegalir, Cla-'slral and CoUeje Preparatory Coarse Strowr Family of Experien-ed Tt-arhers. ?choot of Mosic, Uof-ntion anl Art-dro. c. Vim. inrector. Location healtMaL I wwtlrri a rrf-r t .th"-. Artvan taK9 of proximity to comlns World's Fair. Rev. George Frederic Ayers. Ph. D.. President. CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Splendid Jctt Dormitory $75,000. New Auditorium Atraoa vratorj. au cicwi voucc jjodc, iauuMc rauuiut. iur uiour, aaarrss MRS. IV. T. 3IOOKB, President, Colombia, Mo. KSmAT LIQUOR DRINKING. MORPHINE v iu lues nn tint, tnimitu. mitti us mim ikstsis C SLUrC 2803 locust street, m 'lis HOM tiatmikt rc SUMrVIER RESORTS. This Kreat reort open the year roond. Corn cine rest, health and pleasure for your a.-a-t.on. Only a fw hours- ride from St. Lculs. near Attica, lni. on Wabash Rallied. Na ture's greatet cure for Rheumatism. Gout. Kidney. Skin. Bladder. Stomach and Nervous disease. For bcamifullv illustrated masaiine and all Information, address II L. Kramer. Gen. Manaeer. Kramr. Ind. 171. are serious, I cause much ' pain and dis- ( , coralort, and I ' sometimes ac tual disability. CVHOTnUO i There may be I O 1 till I Umu itchlnzandsunr. Ing. then again pain, soreness and I oieeuicg. tumors lonn. enlarge. SPn, I nro trade, and lected, ulcerate, becom- IF . V ..'. -.. 1 tneverysenouianapaiDiuL locuretncm' 3d quicuy ana painlessly use INJECTION MALYDQR. Intant relief. Cures in several dan. i At dmjfgists. orient T -f ff wita syringe, tor f j. . y v Maljior Mfg. Co., Lancaster, 0., U.S.A. STOPPED FREE Permanently Cured by DR.' KLINE'S GREAT NERVE RESTORER )XlTATIffT, Miaul r k walL tratlM ul S3 TRliV. TiriTtflVR tTTMTT? Permanent Care, MtsmijtaapartrjnUt&ftr iS 7xnejovm,i;pilepmy,Bi&as, St. Vitus' Dszico, Debility FThiTiatlra. rsuJd lei. roMfllK.H93. Arch St. Philadelphia. Hay Fever and Asthma Cured to stay cured. Neer return. A radical departure. Cause eliminated. Constitution chanced. Nenes reconstructed. Healtn restored. CPECOrer 51.000 patients. Good references, rlltt ("Reliefs." or change of climate, cannot cure.) Write for BOOK 87. FREE, containing reports of many Interesting cases. Address. DR. HAYES, BUFFALO, N. Y. CURES CATARRH And drives this dread disease from the svstem. Thirty days treatment can be had from any druggist for 25c. 7 Woman U Interested aad abould tao. , auuut, toia nuuu.iu MARVaWhlrfina Spray lie XKTf Tfal Bjrlar Jnjre ana .a www. ii pu- CSS 31 OSS UOHTCOlCIiis It uaaaMl taiuauj. kA rrr sfrorriit br H. ir ha cannot aopply ibft otner. bat send stamp tm'-t- lasttated book aiailt tires , lrriri..i.rti.. harielco. room 2la.'MJ,ow,r, J run DAiiboi Wolff-Wilson Drug Co.. 522 Washington av. Raboteau & Co- Broadway and Lucas av. Judge & Dolph. 515 Olive st. PCHlCrti-albn t 1 4 Sainton E8HYR0YAI F2LL1 j-"v OrlcisM Oalr Ceaal.a. SjAXK. AIV"11- ''.1' mtnn Is KD a4 6U BatsIUa taw KmJel vita bfoa rttbam. Take e-tAer. StW Snitnu Sasollatlaas aa laslla rlanai Bar at jaar Anftut. ar Mat 4a. ta ttsiapa lar Partiealmn, Tcstlaasalals aad "Bellerfar LaaJra, boar, r ra ta, M aiL. lO.eoOTrtUmesUla. SalSbr all Drmctiau. tlckaater Cheaalaal Ca pasar XmJX a. I'11ILA rJZ 1VILIJAM F. HOMES. H. J. DrEKNETTE. President Secretary. ESTABLISHED LV ISO. MISSOURI STATE MCTOAL FInE AJTD 2HAIUXE ISSCHASCE COMPANY. Otflce. Na 717 Chestnut st BL Louis. Mo. Tel. Bell Main Z7J1A. TeL Klnloch A 103. Policies are written on either stock or mutual plan. DIRECTORa Hesrr C Haarstlck. 3. B. C Lucas. M. B, Orthweln. sD. D. Walker. Wm. F. Homes. "Bha. W. BelU Do You Ever stoo to consider tbo present efficiency of the TELbUKAfn HEKVIUE compared with what It was before tne "iusial" - entered the Held? Sued Transit Company. Louis Schlueter sued the St. Louis Trans It Company In the Circuit Court yester day for H.M0 damages for Injuries alleged to have been received July 11 last In a collision between a, car and a sprinkling wagon he was driving on Kewstead ave nue between Ashland and Lexington ave nues. His head was hurt and be received other injuries. St. Charles Fair Grounds Sold. REPUBLIC SFEOAU St. Charles, Mo., Sept. J. Attorney Eu gene H. Angert of St. Louis, acting for a syndicate composed of St. Lotus and St. CASTOR I A FifWirfDSiij, ITS Wit my r$zofiffio!f0v Mai mam sss."a, ioiije' W ''l?'a -X sssf 'mZi5 . cStf m '3BjP MWlTIra If 9 Drink Habit and Drug Habit Cured BY PQU!H METHOD. To those who suffer from excessive use of alcoholic stimulants: I can permanent ly cure you. The treatment will not In terfere vtith dutle. To thoe who suffer from use of mor phine, etc., I can positively cure you within three dajs. free from pain or even depression; no hypodermic injec tions. I guarantee to cure, and will furnlh indorsements from best businessmen of our city, and from well-known min's tera in the United States. Testimonials furnished Call on or address PAQUIN IMMUNE COMPANY, Sanitarium, 2747 Olive St., Both Phones. St. Louis, Mo. OF MUSIC, LOUIS CONRATH, Director. Avenuo. St. Louis, Mo. Dlplsais Awirstl Writs far Citilaros. Oldest and lsrrest ntllltarrscliool m -Kfl4.il W.,f FOR WOMEN 03rd Year 533,000. Academic Degrees. Schools of Music, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. A Day and Boarding School for Girls. All departments. Certificate admits to best colleges. Special opportunities in Music and Modern Languages. All the advantages of the World's Kalr Citv. Twentieth year opens SfpL 2t Address Mlsa M. II. Matheirs, l'rinclpnl, 4-9U Washington Uonlcvnrd. K?fey rr. louis. Tcufmonc lmbcu. ids i& UFC lYoawa ano ntuaasrHtKUkr SCHOOLS. Bishop Robertson Hall. Kplscopal; established 1874. Boarding and day school for girls. Reopens D. V. September 9. 1KB. Apply to SISTER SUPERIOR. 1W7-1S1; S. Com d ton are., bt. Louis. Mo. Ask for pros pectus B Ward Seminary BaS? ISIS r.u begin) Sept. 24. Ul.rarr Cranes. Mssle, art, Zl.etit'aa. C.rtltlc.ll.n to Welleslej, Baltimore Wom an's Collere. Faculty 30. Ulld sad asvabl tlntals. Tor Cstal.a S address J. O. BUUlTOS, Lt-O.. Baa 4-S. The University of Notre Dame IOT1ED1BE, ISDUU. Fall Oure In Clasrics, Letters, Economics and History. Journalise-, Art, Science, PlmTnMj, Law, Or! I. MechtnicAl and Electrical Enplnterls?, Xrchi tectnre. Thorouffh Preparatory and Commercial Oranges. Itoamm Free. ColIeKtate Coaree. Rooms to rent. moderate chary to iradcntsoverteTtntten. St. Edwart'x HaiL f or bors under n Tear. The 60th Tbo; rear will onen fiittmlM ear will open September M, 1905. C?italre Fret?. Atfdrrs KEV. A. MOnniSSET, CS.C, PreIdest, Uax. 3QS, ?otre Dame, Ind. 21 DAYS AT WORLD'S FAIR. K0 EXPENSE BUT ENTRANCE FEES. KROEGER. Piano. ELDER, DELAMOTTA, Voice. Violin. Organ, Art. Elocution. Send tor Catalog. FOREST PARK UNIVERSITY. THE IVOKLD'S FAIR COLLEGE. ANNA SNBED CAIHNS, Pres.. St. Louis. Mo. IVf ST. LOUIS. The competitive examination for State Scholarships for young men of Missouri v. ill be held In tho University building. 27th and Locust streets, on September 14th and 15th. at 9 o'clock, a. m. All candi dates should apply Monday morning. MONTIGELLO (Mentioned in The crisis) Opens its CUs year September 24th. Faculty ot Specialists In charge ot Departmenu for English. Classic and na -i LTontlnentai Lan- guagts. Science, Music. ete. Fine Gymna- slum. Beautiful Campus. Tennis Courts. Golf Links. Basket-Bali Field. Apply early: 4) ap plicants on waiting list last year. MISSN. HASKELL, SFMIN&RY Principal, GODFREY. ILL OLlIllllHIl I "A Business Education an J IE e Flsca to Set It" Caaaerclal College. Shorthaad art T9?egrcph School, M9 NOfiTH BROADWAY, ST. LOUIS, Ma It qnallflfi flndenta for all boric pnmlta. and nxp plica bnitccK hoaMf, baoki railroad and Ulexraph o3mj ad professional tan irltla rcllabli bookkeepers, Ubo frphri,teIJCrph operator and tlrtia. Focltlosi pro cured tit Gradaatea. f G&taavmtf toarmada eddr j. G. Bonnr.ft, jpresideau AMUSEMENTS. EXGURSIOH TO MOBERLY" BY FOItESTEnS' LEAGUE, SUNDAY, Sept. 13, Leave 8.-00 a. m., via Wabash R. R. ItODXD-TItlP TICKETS, 4J1.T3. MOSTGOMEIIY CITY, l-50. EXCURSION TO CAIRO By Foresters Leacue. SATURDAY, SEPT. 12, Via Mobile and Ohio R. R. Leave Union Station 11:30 p. m.; East St. Louis 1150 P- m. nOOXD-TIUP TICKETS, aJ2.0O. INDESTRUCTIBLE PHONOGRAPH RECORDS. The cnlr cermanent record mada: cost no mere than others. Oar exchange intern aires subscribers new records at 19o each; mall 15c t Call and see demonstration or write for cata Iofftie. All kinds Talkinir Machines at cut prices. Fun line disc machines and records. LAMBERT RECORD CO., BIO FKASKLIJI AYE. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. The undersigned will receive bids on Saturday; September 12, 1300, at Its efflce In SHex. Ma. for the construction of 1VA miles of gravel road, plana and specifica tions for which may be seen by caUlneon F. D. Brown, enslneer. Troy. Mo. The rlcht to reject any and all bids Is reserved. S1LEX & WESTERN GRAVEL, ROAD CO. FAMILY EXCURSION, SUNDAY, Sept. 13 To Meramec and Gasconade Hirer flshlsj carta Moselle. st. Clair. Stanton, Sollhrin. Lar re Bourbon. Leastrargr. Cuba, steelril reiTiue, Boar. Cooks. Salem. St. James. Rous, Jfswborjr, AT- llngton and Jerome, ROUND TRIP RATES, 75c to $1.50 Train leaves 8:00 a- m-: retomlnr. arrtrea at 10-50 n. m. Btops both, ways at Tower Qrore, Tickets. Eighth and OUto streets, Union Sta tion and Tower Grove. Charles capitalists, purchased the St, Charles County Fair Grounds, containing forty-one acres, this Tuesday afternoon for JS.400. Sheriff John H. Dlerker sold the property at a public sale. Tbe grounds will be con verted into an Improved park. Sigaataxs QtmgffiM&fa AUC710J.EER: l l ziiimm no., AUCTION AND STORAGE. Recnlar sale everj Fatn-dar at wareboosa ami cenerat ofilces. 1S"S-1-1I Chonleaii ave. Sale in residences a specialty. Phone Klnloch C 1ST. WESTERN SALVAGE WRECKING AGENCY 10& and 1007 Washing-ton ave handlers o Fire and Marine Salvage. Watch far sceclal no tices. SAMUEL GXS. Manaeer. AMUSEMENTS. OLYMPIC - TO-NIGHT CURTAIN RISES AT S SHARP. Saecial Wed. Matinee, c and SOc Special. MR. HERBERT KELGET and KISS EfTIE 8H AKM3X In tbe Great Melodramatic Success. SHERLOCK HOLMES. , Br A. Conan Doyle and William Glllett. Management Daniel, V. Arthnr. Reg. Mat. Sat. NEXT SUNDAY-RESERVED SEATS THURSDAY. Messrs. s. Sbnbert and Nlion and Zimmerman's Musical Production. A CHINESE HONEYMOON. 403 times at Casino Theater. KewTotk. Kow In iu second year in London. ilFNTHRV THEATER-TO-NIGHT. UCnlUnZ Canalo Rim at 3 Slurp. Wed. Mat. Special Prices. Sc to Jl. J.i..H.VKTHE STORKS Book by Richard Carle and Gar P. Eteeley. Music by Frederic Cbapln. Regular matinee Saturday. SUNDAY NIGHT Seats Thursday. Return ot the Comedy-Opera Success, Henry W. Savage Offers RICHARD GOLDEX IX KING DODO, By Plxley & Lndera. Anthors Prince of Pllsen. TO-NIGHT-ELKS NIGHT PORTRAITS AND B.P. O.E. EMBLEMS. HANDUH'S PARK hAd PAIN'S BURNING OF ROME Jfin PEOPLE INTHEORAND HIS- Jfin 4UU TORICAL Movlnr TABLEAUX 4UU uodo cioeurnDiro eyht DISPUY OF rllllstlB WI1IV HISHT. Concerts every erening in Roman Gardens by De BaUKh's Famous Twentieth Century Band. Prlcea 23c, COc, 75c aad fl.OO. Seats for sals at Bollmaa Bros.' and at th fronnds. Doors open fja. Concert at T. Per ronnance beKlns U5. WrllvMBlila Qood Seats 25c Nleht Prices. rSc.XSe.tSe.tOe. tSs. Tho Famous Rural Drama, tiZlTcb postmaster. IText Sunday Matinee "Holty-Tolty.- HAVLIN'S Tto irt tta Hit f t&aSutn,BtliWi4- ilL Sm ffia Act Each lady attendlnjr the matinees this Trees; will receive free a beautiful pnoto ot Miss Acton. !Sc rtl lit. T- ItCBE I UTHE STAJX Bm.CBiErlr.tVAIJDELL 111 OF GUILT. Sun. Mat. Neit "WHEX THB BELL TOLLS.-" A Hit-A Hit-A Very Palpable Hit, KOERNER'S GARDEN. iMwrescm HMBler, Sat Msaagtr. BY SPECIAL REQUEST A SUPPLEMENTARY SEASON OF 3 OR 4 WEEKS Commenced Sands; Ere., Sept. 6, 1903, On -which occasion the great Trasl-Coraedy "THE PLAYER," VTas produced. Preceded by a Prologue) from "THE LADY OF LYOHS." MR. HAHLEY as Glands Milium, Much Applanse Almost Cneerlnsfr The Surprise ot the Season. NEXT WEEK A GREATER SURPRISE Curtain Rices 8:30 Promptly. Best Street-Car Service. Mats. Wednesday and Saturday, 3 O'clock. eoumitA ALL THIS WEEK AND NEXT SUNDAY Fagan and Byron. Ulnes and Remington. Wilton Brothers. Lew 'Wells. Marlnellas. Caldwell and Thomas. 15-30-Mc Orchestra Lotta Otadstone. j Julius Tannen. McCue and CaMU. j. Isabella Saea.r, Valter Daniels. Tbe Klsodroma. Cbalrs. Reserved. TSe. nDAWCnOn theater llUftlKBt All This 'Weet. ROSABEL MORRISON IK "A DESERTED BRIDE" Bargain Mats.. Tne., Tbu., EaU. 19c and S0e Sunday Mat.. Sept. 13. "Marked tor Life." I M P E R I A .Ll5c, SM, 35C, afec. 25c MALI Her Marriage TO-DAY. I Vow. Kext Sun. Mat."Queen of the Highway. STAHBARI TBE H0HE K TOUT TWO F2&USS BAIIY Coelstt Plica In Town, ao-neslrte Fans-M w. b. Watson's American Barlesqcers Kext Attactlon -HOROUOHBREEa. SUBURBAN PARK. 'JUIiLEE MINSTRELS AND H1QH-CLASS VAUDEVILLB FREE Admission to Qrounds. Del.ni A ft MATINEES DAILT. ONLY GARDEN OPEN WITH A BIG SHOW. REFINED VAUDEVILLE lyroi FREE CONCERTS DaILV. Reserred Seats at B. & O. Office; Sixth ft Oilra. BASEBALL TO-DAX LEAGUE PARKjSafBwa'BrWgeejafa. 2 Ramie Weatr Ffrst 2 bdlRSb peraittiag eiseit -... St. Louis vs. Cincinnati. In Double Headers. C completed Inning of first same will Invalidate Bain Checks Tc-B!orro7Tr CEVC15SAXL 6 High-Glass Races RAIN OR SHINE, AT Delmar Jockey Olub TO-DAY! First Race, 2:30 P. M, AfetoiM mrit mi tort SM SI city.