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?!5s"4--' - wsttJ-": -?. -- - . j: THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, iO?03 15 LIVELY SEASON EXHAUSTS NEWPORT SOGIETY GIRLS. S' DEPARTMENT of the Best. By th A;W 5rrVW!- r e Standard rl 31 M Itfh i "-' i& IW' ff y ' I is ; m g I t1i I J1IO MISS XATICA ItlVKS. Who has just recovered from an illness, brought on by social duties. 7f en port. Sept. J3. The season is at an end. It has been a. vigorous one lor the jounser set of women, and particularly Miss Natlca Rite?, who a few days ago returned from Woods IIolI. where ' ehe went to recuperate. She returns in better health and is remaining- quiet and ab staining from much of the outdoor sports and social gaieties that caused her to leavo Newport for a rest. jv JJlss. Anita Sands, daughter of, Mr. and ilji. William it. sandi, nairgone to Hempstead for a rect. and will be late in Jafning the New TTorR seiu-nn's gayetles. "ilns. -Reginald Brooks III lcav" next week for a rest, she having plajed tennis daily for seicr.d hours and ridden hor?5 sod played in polo throughout the bcason. ' Sirs. Lawrence Waterbury, who Iws ied as lively a time as any, of her younge- WE SAYJCENTUGKY- 3cae cor goods ar uuU iiv Xteky, and trkUkej- ludt la Kcntukr i nprior U w&lkr m4 la t.ar,UiKr tUtt. R54S 1M M!Nn w"thBIy DIefiJlUB.UlTrat opBlrndboT board. Otbea waj clsitm Oit b-' CKn m minu "looeto MTrMtOTCiabine,"batHislIketblli:iow-nhlioUors"rianotUiatkW,'lfob' ccusdotstodiBs. The i or octet don't onrj thtydoa't hT to. Setldea, It's the price that talkt; ud i WE IRE THF fifiLY &ISTH.LERS ,A " ttcir TTOiaet " nti-TrurtPric. U UuihM. Ad SnS inC 13W5.I Wlfct"WonrpriceofUlttharightpric0f0rEoo,ppaidiali.boltU. Uya pyare the difference goes into UusiapacloospockeUdf UiTroU JfyoupayhMsyoaeM't get theinlitr.l OUR PROPOSITION II mini Mib-cTii.. pm -vUkj,tT tka ptla- r xMUrotioa it Scr Tver spttu. or if job uwhtefeer fee nediekud parpou la yeor torn., tt ut yocto ttatti 9aj&nl r Trtll hlp, pnptii, to jour nasiest czprccs olfiee teorfsU qiuuta of our lamoM 15 jeor o!4 gonMxopycr iJCUlad Wiiitey, la pUla as xsarked case. Upa arrtrxl Ut.lt to joochocis Bed try to. If jom Ilka th Usta. Uid itrtartii iunl chtracter, kp lb. If, oa tta etasr hoad, xoa dent ajuj u saperlor to scr JSlBOTri, OikJ. HUnoti or IndUaa 24 asd tu Trust TThli klu.'nUra It to m at ear czpeua aaa yosr nsur trill ba rf BnSed by Tery Snt snail, vldost oorraf pocdaaaa or dlteoeVia of aar klatf. Kara Xa ETr Hoard a Fairer Q2er? If roe bc to bf abcoloor rJlatsUKr. aik yoar baskar aa to oar k&B- ttny'"1 ataadTnt. 0W WfiREKHUSES: Koeaat CUf, " I-taiirtCo, Zr rifaharr.. Si. PlUatarg. la. CJOexra, III. fit. loali, Xo. BDtnr l tnasitA fsM . vM riran nata-aaf Co rrtwb wcusfv' uua tarv trDa-Miaererj; friuids, still drives, dances and plays ten nli. and refuses to give up. Miss Cynthia. Roche is still playing ten nis as much as ever, but has given up the cross-country riding and bathes each morning instead! and Miss Gwendolyn Jiurden has given up all sports tate bath ing. Mis-s Anna Sands, one of the best tennis and golf p!aers in the Newport set, has gone to Staatsburg to -visit Mrs. Ogden Mill, and' there to rest, while Miss Con stance Livcrmnre and MI&8 .Kdith Colford are himply" riding their hunters in the fox hunts, abstaining from all other sports. A more tiring s-eason for the younger yet has never been known in Newport. It be gan with the tennis- crazf, followed by bathing at IlalleyV "Beach, luncheon. a ride or drive, a dinner and a. dance night aftT night, until some of the joung girls broke dona Then tin- halt na? called, and their cordltiODi were responsiblfor the rapid closing of the Newport seao"n. Biggest Sour Masii To Jmxt tt -J suwd for a lower- BarfjaJn Evr Offered. s,rlc,d e001 v place on sal er-j cral thoaiard barrels of 3a "Wblakey made in 18J4 ' (aearlySyean old) which ir sell tt 17.71 for la full' quart boULsi, prepaid to yoor aaaraat esprew atatloa. Think of a fine dcliclcni and sallow Kentucky Whiskey for )ZJ? per galloB, prepaid I If yea caasot ase al2 qoart cue yourself, you'll have bo trouble la diaposisg ot it amoag yosr ntlrbbors at JliM per bottle majrins saarly 45.00 oa lit case. Q FaH QcsrU, Delfverctf, -r -r I ' U OalyMCcatcper Qoart I L Never la tl history ot the Liquor Boilasca baa aeeh a Tain. bea olferad for so little xaoasyi .0U8-SH1PP1K8 DEPOT. oBa0dlffrcaa'lieiS:SSS Utters and ordrrs afcautd be addrea pialaVy U MX. REEFER, President Order kCTt uaanaiacac It will not fall short of your expectations in any particular. Here is the largest, best lighted, most convenient salesroom in St. Louis a great stock of Boys' Clothes of all grades, including Suits to r ellow. Knee Pants Suits, in all regular styles and man' novelties, for bo3-s of 3 years and up to 16. Fancy Sailors and little Belted Suits with Eton collars mannish Double Breasted Suits Norfolks with knicker bocker trousers, and Double-Breasted Norfolks these in all the new fabrics for fall, in hundreds of handsome pat terns and solid blues and black, in abso lutely guaranteed qualities, from $I9d TO I.cHJ. When on the "Your Money's Worth or Money Back." WAS FRIGHTENED TO DEATH. Automobile Headlight Killed an Aged Man. Xew York. Sept. 19. Patrick Collln3, Co years old. a driver. In the employ of tho city, was frightened to death by the sud den filare of an automobile, that nearly ran Into his team. In Jerome avenue, at Ono Hundred and Seventieth street. A policeman catr Collins driving' alonK As he approached a sharp turn in the avenue a bi;r white automobile, with a brilliant headlight, suddenly loomed up. Collins -was seen to drop the-reins, stare straight ahead for a second and thentop ple from the wagon The driver of the automobile swerved his machine in time to avoid a collision. Hosplt.il phj Melons who were summoned aid the old man weak heart killed him. and that he probably was dead before he struck the sround. World's Fair Commimiloncr Hack. N'ew York. Sept. 19. Among tho pai sensers on board the Eteamer Auguste Victoria, which arried last nisht from Hamburg. Southampton and Cherbourg wss T. 1. Gill ot the Irish Agriculture fommisMon to the St. rouis "Exposition. KcBftstkr, fair KtatMkr, Hfcr tiu eora U fall ot tantali Ami U Knulf" u ita at css Tfareioisi b ta JltAHAS CTSTT, 'Be. trara Arlt, Cal JJ.JiO. L LV the Little ,coih1 floor note otir larp siml complete Boys' Furnishing Department, -where Shirt., Underwear, Hosiery, Xlbt Hobos. Collars, Neckwear. Suspenders, etc.. gjHaaHHiiiiiiijiafrE GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY OF MR. AND MRS. C. J. DENNIS. " "Or ft .a MMoaaMiMaBB3HsaBaBiasssBJniajmassBM WQJknaaainaaaaBBMManaaaBagsasa IIt. AND 3IKS. a C. DKXNIS. Who will celrbrato their golden wedding- nest Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C J. Dennis, for many years resident.1? of St. Louis, will celrbrato their golden wedding anniversary at their home in 'ashlllc III., nct Tuesday. Both Mr. and Sw. Dennis are well known in this city, where Mr. DennN was engaged in the commission business as head of the C. J. Dennis Commission Com pany from 1SSC. He w:i a familiar figure to tho" connected with the trade, and h!3 devotion to his clients was only second to his stanch Democracy. Mr. Dennis was married September 22. 1S53, to Miss Eva Brashear, a native of Massachusetts, at her home in Randolph MAIL POUCH CONTAINING $500,000 IS MISSING. Left rlilladrluhln September S for rhliliurgaml Ilnx ol et ,rricd. 11EPI BI.IC SPKCIAU Philadelphia. Sept, 19. A United State mail pouch, containing more than JMO.UOJ Jn checks, has disappeared mvsteriously be tween this city and I'itttburg. Post Offlce Inspectors, who have been w orklnc, quiet ly on the case for several daj b, have failed to find any trace of the beg. and It Is now asserted that the entire pouch of mall, consisting ot letters containing- between, two and three thousands checks, has, been stolen. It was learned to-day that an employe of the Pittsburg Post Office, a "green hand." Is under suspicion, but so far no arrests have been made. The checks were Bent to Pittrtmrg on September 8 by half a doien or more Phil adelphia banks. Tho mail was extraor dinarily heavy on account of the two hol idays preceding. On September 3 a bank here received a telegram from Pittsburg announcing tho nonarrival of tlie mail, but the Inspector did pot act for two days, thinking the missing pouch might have gone to Chicago or St. Louis. Early last summer a mall pouch lost be tween here and Chicago was fished out of tho Susquehanna River two months later, at Port Deposit. Md. It .bad fallen Into the river at Harrisburg. Overworked b.ink clerks are hoping the pouch now mining will be found in the same remark able manner. ..r haes'for Low of Klncera. Letta McLaughlin" sued the Whlttaker & TVeber Manufacturing Company in the Circuit Court yesterday for S7J00, alleg ing that on February 3. while working at a "power press," her left hand was crushed, necessitating the amputation or ih mP &$M 7JM Hw liPiwf Is nBlMW iSSSKlRi' mlffl iBIl If I iffii mmmf Wtm mmJzz Mm 2sl$- County, Illinois. Tho ceremony was per formed by the Reverend "William Brad ley. TucMjj 'a anniversary will take the form, of a family reunion. Tliero will be present Mr. Dennis's sens. Curtis C. Dcnnia. of No. -COT Maple avenue; Benjamin B. Den nis of Xo. 22IG Olive street, both members of the old lirm; Frank F. Dennis of Nah llle. III., and his daughters. Miss Cora Dtnnis and Mrs. A. S. Harris of Steele- Many relatives and a host of old-tlmo friends from St. Louis and from Nashville, where Mr. and Mrs. Dennis removed af ter his retirement from active business two years ago, will partlcipato in the celebration. CATCHES RATS TO GAIN HIS FREEDOM. I'rixoner In Camden Jnll Stays Awake at Msrlit to "Watch Trap. C.imden. N. X. Sept. 19. Catching rats to pay his fine Is the serious occupation ot a prisoner n the Camden County JalL Ho will Mil their skins for 20 cents cacK. Ultimately th"se will be made into gloves arid"grac the hands of fair women. ''Ten rats in three days is the record. He had to stay awake ail night to rebalt the trap" to get these. "When he catches nine more"aud sell? their hides to a tannery he -will have a trifle more than the amount of his -fine. $3.67. and will ce liberated. The coanty jail's front wallJ are being torn down and the cells, after nil lights nre extinguished for tho night, are over run with rats, feeding on the crumbs dropped irom rttals of the prisoners. A tanner in Jail for drunkenness recog nized the valuo of tho hides of the big ratx, m:ide a trap and will probably again enjoy his freom in a few- days instead of Fervine out a pentence of a month. Thn turnkey reported that other prison ers are now equally ambitious and are making traps. Dunkarda (o Hold Biff Meeting. REPTOLIC STECIAL. Cnrlyle, III.,-Scpt 1?. A Dunkard settle ment is situated sir miles north of Keyes port. The members or this rellgious-.sect are now making arrangements for -a. big meeting; to be held near Pleasant Mound. It will commence Saturday. September 73. and continue for four days. Dunkards from all parts ot the United States are expected to be present. Every day one beef will be barbecued and served to those who attend free of charge. This Is the first meeting or the kind ever held to this part of Illinois. Z. the very finest apparel obtainable anywhere, prompt and courteous service, and such values as St. Louisans never obtained outside of this store. uitsfortheYoung Men. Long Pants Suits for boys of 14 to 20 years designed and tailored distinctively for young men's wear shown here in most complete variety of weaves and patterns. This season the rich brown mixtures and black and white effects will be decidedly popular; also the three-button double breasted coat, with long roll collar. "We are showing these and other styles in the Seventh-street windows. Our prices on high-grade qualities are $9.75 to $25.00. jou'll find everything needed for the boj"s outfitting. In dependable qualities at right prices. LARGE BLACKSNAKE WINDS IITSELF AROUND HER NECK. Woman Cor. to Springliouae "With 31 1 Ik. TVfcen Reptile Dropa From IVall Cpoa Her Head. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Cleveland, O.. Sept. 19. Mrs. Mahlon Taylor, whose husband Is an employe of Fisher Sons & Co., has had an excitlnc ex perience since they commenced their out ing on a farm about five miles west ot Su gar Grove. The premises have not been occupied for Only Ten Days More! The Remarkable Offer of Treatment Free and Medicines at Actual Wholesale Cost Withdrawn in Ten Days No Possibility of an Extension. To all beginning; treatment tvltb Dra. Powell and rerklaa. St. Lonla lcwdlnc npefiaillata. ilarloc the next ten days, to prove to the public that there I a. I'KRMKNT CI RB for CHROMC DISEASES (that are carable). the doctor jil-ve their profeaalonal irrrlrei FIIKE, and their treatment KltKK. to all vrho apply before September 30. The onlr cxpeaae to the patient Trill he for the medicine ACTUALLY USED. This frtvea every one the beat treatment known to medical aclence practically free. The onlr condition is that you lieirln treatment on or before September 30, a there trill be no extension or continuance of this offer. FREE X-RAY EXAMINATION FOR TEN DAYS, IF YOUR CASE IS INCURABLE YOU WILL BE TOLD SO FREE OF CHARGE. IUracmbcr. if vou begin treatment at J3.00 you will continue at tho same low fee. until cured. Doctor Powell guarantees that the most stubborn and complicated case will not exceed J5.W for one whole month. Dr. Porrell Trlahen to emphasise the fact that all chronic, diseases yield to treatment mnch more rapidly daring; the summer and early fall. For this reaaon he makes this special offer at this time. Head the testi monials below and bcftrln treatment at once. Jsaaln.HsnllsKBdre ELECTRICITY Cures deafness permanently by applying It to the ears. A mild current is passed .w t- ..- i..t.... nil fnn.immn. mruuKU liie cars. icuuun4 " tlon. relieving all thickened, shrunken con- anion oi ear arums, n uv v cd great nerve tonic, restoring and revlvine every nerve fiber to a healthy condition. CATARRHAL DEAFNESS, With the Torture or Incessant Buz- 1mc and Dell-ninslnat in the Ears The Ilemedy and Care. Mr. John Palllschultz of 2SS Blover ave nue was afflicted with deafness and dis tressing head noises, aire ip agsruvaieu nasal catarrh, went to the Powell Medical Institute and was cured. In speaking- of hi case he said: "I have suffered with catarrh and deafness for seven years, was so deaf that I could not hear common conversation. I had tried many doctors and I thought had tried every kind of treatment and got no relief. But I found the electro-medicated treatment entirely different from anything- I had ever tried. I was permanently cured in one month, and the expense was so near nothing that It is not worth mentioning." Nerroas Diseases and Blood Poison yield as readily to the new treatment as diseases of the air passages. It is a won derful nerve invigorator, tissue builder and blood purifier. It Is the one specific for these wasting diseases. The most malignant case will not exceed J5.. x. Seventh and Washington Avenue. f about two j-cars. and the natural result Is that all kinds of beasts and snakes hae taken possession. On the farm is-a spring house, and that also has not been in use. Mrs. Taylor visited the sprlnghouse with some milk, and while puttins It away was terrorized when a large hlacksnake dropped, from cne of the walls and wound Itself around her neck. Mrs. Taylor let out a few unearthly yells that brought her husband to her assist ance accompanied by a mongrel cur that was taken from the city and Is Mrs. Tay lor's constant companion. The snake w as soon dislodged and the dog quickly dis patched it to snake heaven. Mrs. Taylor has been confined to her bed ever since the Incident with nervous prostration, but at last accounts expects to bo out soon. CATARRH AND HAY FEVER. AsaTavated by Asthma ot LonK Standlac Complete and X-astratr Relief After Correct Treatment. Mr. George Hosesiey of Troy. 111., In speaking of his treatment, said: "I was prompted to go to the Powell Medical In stitute by what I read in tho papers about how they were curinc alt classes of chronic disease without wanting to takn all the money they had. And now I am glad that I did go. for I Iiave been cured of one of the most distressing- cases of Catarrh and Hay Fever, which .had run Into asthma, causing all those- agonizing; symptoms, short breath, wheezing, congh tng. sneezing and gasping- for breath. This Is the first time in twelve years that I have missed the Hay Fever, and I did It by taking a course of treatment durlnx last fall and winter. I am completely cured of ail symptoms." 3Ir. Chas. Moehle. SMS Dayton at. Bt, Irals. was cured of Deafness of seven years standing-. Sir. Solomon Mueller. Belleville III was cured of Catarrh of the Stomach! Liver ana Spleen. 3Ir. John Ilrennan, 2321 Folsom ave was cured of Catarrh and Deafness. Mrs. John Kallmann, HH Summit ave Kast St. Louis. 111., was cured of -a. bad case or Catarrh of the Nose. Throat and Stomach. 3Ir. Frits- TVIakleman Venice 111 was cured of Catarrh and Head Noises JiLfifS. 'fiS " of. the a3any JP'" -.-.. .-- -..v-.,.. inauntnt. Home treatment ns effective as office treatment. Write for home treatment symptom blank and book of testimonial., hfch Trtil do flit irffi Ttio Powell Medical instiiuti DR. P. MEREDITH PERKINS, Chief Coasaltlns; Physician. PKRJIANENT OFFICES 201 ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING. SIntU and OUt Streets, st. zoras, so: OFFICE HOURS-8 a. m. to 1 p m.T ta S p.in;:-Wednesdays and SataYday? ftof u- A 4 " -5 I three fingers. .1", ' , r,, Tr ' - i -i i rirtii J , "r li- 5i-fe2 L"Saj