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THFj REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. NOVEMBEE 24, 1903.
BATES INSPECTS
CRIPPLE CREEK,
s
In Gbair Cars and loaches.
Mermod &Jaccard's
Da II II N B3ggag8 GI,eCke(1,
IT HAS BEEN SAID
All Privileges.
GREAT
I mWw Baa29 May Be Checked.
$
m -r.
Regular
Price.
J35 0O
ow
Grntlentnn'N Watch. Solid Bold
(Ilk ) hunting case, handoonii.lv
engraved an J containing Jeweled
lever movement.
WATCH
AOW
LnilH 1 -uc-li aoilu sold (Hk)
hunting ca-e. beautifullv engraved,
containing 33-jev.cl nickel 'Stand
ard" movement.
Regular
Trice,
J105.CO.
NOW
Gentlcmnn'K ntch Extra heavy
14k. olid cold hunting case, with
line diamond ccn'er and H-Jew-cl
Mermod 5L Jaccard movement,
fully adjusted.
THIS
NOW
Ldr "Wntcu-Solid Bold Oik)
engraved hunting caso and 13
Jeweled nickel "Constant" move
ment. WEEK
NOW
Gentleman Wntcli Kxtra heavy
olid cold (Ilk caso. richly en
Braved, containing (he crlebrited
D. C. Jiccard 17-Jewil adjusted
movement.
m&
i
I.nd' AJc!i .u-avy solid gold
(Hk.) hunting o.be. biautifullj m
groved, s t with 3 line diamonds
and containing fine 15 Jeweled
movement.
Etcrjr titber lAntcli in oar 1m
mrnur xtoeiv 1-T olf thin cck.
Mermod&Jaccard's
Brosdnay and Locust.
Jit-Page Catalog Free on Request
V $28
Regular fl jttt. ra
K .$33-60
m. wkljb cine
uralliliiiitiiOT
I
sin.
hath
lmpr0Regular .T -Tlk
Regulir Br W
1
a s
that good personal appearance is a bet
ter introduction than any letter; if this
be true then proper clothes have an ad
ditional value deserving: of thoughtful
care in the selecting".
It is within our sphere to suggest
apparel which has been accepted as
authoritatively correct and in good
taste we now show smart pre-holiday
furnishings, elegant and exclusive, but
not extravagant.
Advance shirt styles, 1904 pattern
in finest imported and domestic shirt
ings, $1 to $3.50.
Dress and street mufflers, the new
long scarf form, at $1 and up to $5.50.
Street, afternoon and evening gloves,
from the best makers many exclusive
styles here, all prices at $1 up to $4.50.
Cravats de Luxe, not more than two
alike; the most luxurious sliov.-ing of
rich stuffs in neckwear silks, 50c to $4.
CITV ITKSn.
YOU aro still in Bood time to ecure
some nice, tablecloths, mpltlns etc.. to
supply jour rieds for Thanksgiving Da
and we know of no store nn where in
such good shape to erve ou will In Its
selection of BOods and in the valuta of
fered than the CRAWFORD STOKE.
Sustained Fructnrc of Spine.
John Baker, 5S lears old, a cook em
ployed by Mrs. John Erkhardt of No
)H Cook avenue, probably 1x111 dlo at
the City Hospital from an Injury sus
tained In an unusual manner )eterda
afternoon. Biker was piling out of the
stable door, when a gust of wind sudden
ly blew it shut. The door struck B.iker
in the back, broke his spino and render
ed him unconscious. Doctor Brown at the
City Hospital savs Baker's condition Is
serious and has little hope of saving tho
patient's life.
A. B. C. MUENCHENER (dark), pure
hops and malt onlj. Brewed in accord
ance with the original Munich thick m ish
method, on draufiht at tho American
Restaurant. Sixth and Olive.
GRANTED A CONTINUANCE.
Case of Collins, Charged With
Annoying Women, Laid Over.
Tho caso of Joseph P. Collins of No E0S4
Minerva avenue, charged with annoilng
Miss Katie Smith and her niece. Miss
Maude Smith, both of No. 5131 Fairmou.it
avenue, was continued In tho Dayton
Street Police Court esterday until to-day.
The Misses Smith charge that Collins
and another man accosted them on Sun
day evening; November 15, at King's high
way and Boston avenue They were on
their way home ana stopped at tne corner
under a light for Miss Maude to look for
an article In the pocket of her cloak. The
men were vtandirg on tho lorner and
spoke to them.
Katlo Smith struck Collin with her fist
and Collins and his companion ran. He
was afterwards arrested Collins- asked
that the case be laid over unUl he could
have witnesses summoned
PIS Texaa and Return, To-Dny-1.
Cotton Belt Route. 903 Olive. Union Station.
DOCTORS EXAMINED BEGGAR.
Testimony Resulted in Frank
Cronin Being Fined 10.
Frank Cronin, who paid he came from
Indianapolis. Ind , was fined no In tho
Dayton Street Police Court ) esterday for
begging. Judge Pollard sent for three
phjalclans to examine him to see if his
statements In regard to his phvslcal con
dition were correct.
The defendant said ho fell several weeks
ago and Injured his left hand. Ofilcer
Degnnn. who arrested him. slid he could
assume physical Infirmities which he did
not posses
Doctor It. M. Kerlcy, one of the ph-.-siclans.
verified Cronln's statement as to
his hand. The doctors were in doubt ,ts
to whethir he was exaggtratlng his con
dition othirwlse, and Judge I'ollurd gu.'f
him the btneflt of the doubt and imposed
a small fine.
WILL OF ALEXANDER AVERILL
Estate Valued at $7.-,l()0 U-fl to
Wife and Sons.
Tho will of Alexander M. Averlll was
filed for probate j esterday. His estate Is
valued at $75,UCO.
"Ue left to lili wife, Iulra T. Averlll,
half of his propel tj, and the rest to his
sons. Alexander and Walter, In equal
parts. He named his wife executrix with
out bond. She qualified to take charge of
the estate
Janus CJ. Cntlln willed J.V to Hettv
Mack, housekeeper for bis brnther-In-lan,
A I-lp-on. of SchuIer Count).
Illinois, and 5.VM tu 111.-- vabt. Junes Wat
Kins He loft the rest f IiIb state In
eoual pins to his nle' Untile I.. Mltrhell
of fMi-sn, Mo, and In his mphew, Hemj
C Llerson. The rttate If s ilJ to be worth
O.ft.0.
II. A. Ilrxr, nvtlor.
, J'ire ftircit, m): It Is In tne tnk '
THE VICTOR
SYSTEM
or iMiisievi.
ct i.i tin;
Itrqulres but 15 m'n
utps ilalU Also ffiiclnE
Jfsnon.1 ladla Ilullura
,Cf, ard IHT rt
llcllc I"la(-- Call or
jrlte for licklel
I.NrtTltLCTlONS rtY MslU
The New St.James Hotel
Broaa-rny ard Walnut STrets. St Iiuls. Mo
AMKIUCA 1'IA 2 00 pr day upward
Ul HOI'UAN !, Jl 00 rr day uptrard
Markrt St, Cars to ord From Union Station.
P SHOUT. I'rr. N I) l.AfOHI.lN. MCT
6E3 BARKETT k GO.
6D7 PINE STREET
JVIoaoy to Xjoan.
I nvopcmvi; PROPERTY.
IMICDCCMCD PI EDGES FOB SALE.
Ilasloeas r.inlldenllal.
TAPE-WORM
FxtaI alln
In ttt mluutet
wua bead, or
rnfte ofMttlnffrMintml nd 2ettmn for44-PJ
nlrcd cndScUmpffor44-Pft2etiOwK.
IR. 21 2 LT SMttlf , bpeciilit t. S00 OUre St., iU Lot", Mo.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOSEPH F. FARISM,
ST. IAVIS REPUBLIC BUILDING.
Tel, Bell Mala 3SU3. Klalock A 073.
The Republic Euilding-,
On Olive "street at Sen enth.
NEELY LOSES HIS
$20,000 CASH BAIL
Federal Judge Decides That Cu
ban Ainnei.lv Cannot llr-stoie
Stolen Money Attached
by United States.
New York. Nov. 23 Judge Lacombe, in
tho United States Circuit Court, to-dav
handed down an opinion overruling the
motion made by Charles r. IV. Neoly. con
victed In Cuba of appropriating $45,375 of
Its ostil funds white acting as Director of
Flrances of the Post Ofliie in Cuba during
the military occupation of tho Island of
Cuba by tho United States, to vacate the
attichmtnt tiled bv the United States
against ST0.009 cash ball deposited by Nccly
with tho Itegistiar of the United States
Circuit Court In this district.
Neelj'i counsel had moved the dismiss il
of the attachment and civ 11 proceedings on
tho Bround that tho act of amneotj passed
by tho Cub in Con'res in Maj, ICiOi
whereby all Americans convicted of crimo
in Cuba during the occupmcy of tho
Island were pardoned, lemuvcd with It all
penalties and disabilities, and that the
money should, therefore, be returned to
him
The United States, which brouRht the
action prior to the passage of the amnesty
net. contended tint the monej so deposit
ed properly belonged to Cuba, from which
Government Xeely had embezzled it.
In his opinion Judge Lacombe tajs:
"It is difficult to understand by whit
process of reasoning a provision as plain
as U-is (amnesty net) can be so construed
as to transfer the tltlo to property from
the true owner to the thief who stole ft."
TOOK MONEY AND JEWELRY.
Oliver C. Voi-el Victim of High
waynien While Going Home.
Oliver C. Vok1 of No SIM Allen ave
nue, a real estate nirent, was held up by
hlshwaymen on Compton, between La
fajett and Gejer avenuew at 2 o'clock
jebterday mornlnR, and robbed of a watch,
chain and charm with di imond settiri;
and J.1 SO
Vogei was on his way homo The rob
bers, ono of whom was a negro, ptepped
Er.m .?". nlIc vRl1 compiled (julcklj
with their order to throw up his hinds
and thej uon relieved him of his propeity.
ihe watch taken wan a cheap, nlekled
cabo, timepiece, which had leon given to
him to carry bv n leuelcr whllo his cold
Jtch was llni; repaired.
rrank Ilrownlm,-. n neKro of Xo. If0
bouth Leonard avenue, wai the victim of
...., ..,u iuu.i ueiie-c, were tne
same that lobbed VoeI IJrownlne- was
held up at Heiumont street and I.tclede
avenue .lbout 2 15 o'clock v esterday morn
"?, ,lle ttltt'11 'hat the robbers com
IIIed him to walk Into an tllev. where
tnej searchid hint and took from him $2 75
and tvvelvn wine tickets His descript'on
b V M corr-";I,onil3 ith thatglven
3-
i:.ieulissc-s iiihI Spectacles.
We ell only the flmst len'-es and irinr
antii i proper 111. Exiimlnillon freo by Dr.
. uui export opticl ui. fcteel frames, $1
and up, t,old $5 and up
JIi:it.MOD & JACCAItD 3.
On Uroidwaj, cur. Iocust.
x
Toms Conrt of Apprnls.
nr:rum.ic m-i:ci l
UMlas. Tc . .Nov 23 -I'roccedlnKs In
tho Court of Civil Appeils for the rifth
Supreme JudlcUl J;ihtilct nt Dallas, .Nu
vimbtr 21 were as iolluns.
Af armed
Ttxasinl I'aHHc Itnllnaj Company v John
Tm, Murlon Cilntj
Maiiliull . uioniil Hank vn OiorKu S-Jilth
et al. IIarrl..n e'ountj
MUinurl KailMi slid Tiaa Itallnay Com
pany liura .Mec'uti hcon. liopklna e.umy.
.. . - -nnT Missouri Knn4la and lnaa
Itatlaj Cuniikiny Dalian Cuunt.
ttfemeil and mnaiideU
Tho Itutan (.roerrj empn v P. K Do
lln mil Countv
Uelonm-a anj afflrmi-l
J 1" Jackson vb Ii IC. Jemliran, ninnln
Countv ,
- 'i 'i Is, ai m
J II Illaukrnthlp v City cf Shtnnan, ro
htbrlii: u ijrr"l
1UU.W-. l.lcht an I 1-ar.r iiviunv l
; i ecillv U Muiuoi, rilu-irlni. I.y btandarj
I'lklu ftn 1 lower Cimianv iirrulu bniis
ca, niotlut cr aliellem tor reht-arlliK Klatiti-1
an) Judgment of court lelow reMrcul an 1
rnaanJwl ua 10 ! ii'.ti iljers and atliimnl a n
Mrs Cecilia I. Munrrs for II W) anl lcronntd
5j -u to limlnate thi? rnovirj hy imrn anl
I.hie ilunci-y f II iv) .aeh. (-amu las?, mo
tlotik tu ammil judxinini jnd for a.Iililltnal
uullrca t fict mrrrulnl
Jmm Vvuocill v 1 iiclllc .Mutual I.lfo In
frunnce Cumrnnj. tllanilss arpeal overruled
'naii Mibisittlil
Teiaj Mi. lain I l,a!!rU v C A 1-lltle,
Delta Couutj
'herimn nil anl Collon C .mnany vs Dal
H Oil and HennliiK CompiiS. tlnjscn Coun
ty v U l'ai-shall vs L. C. Clark, Fannin
Courtj
Missouri K mr.is and Texas Itallnay v w.
T. I"o"ttr. llivMns Count
M'fca.,urt Kanaa ani icxas ltailuay vs J
C Hun. Hunt Counti
'lUiourl Kar.biui and Texas Hallway vs. S.
t Cfcrlsn-11, Hint t ounti.
n lxirl s Missouri. Kaunas and Texas
ratwa Comt-anv . tlrnon Cuuntj
Cases pet for Oeiimoer 5
'Kvas anl t'.iclftc I.-ilmiy Company v D
J lilarkMucl.. Uoile Ci untj
Dallas Cuisollilalet I.Ieclrli Street Hallway
toni-uij s .N II ltutt-erroid. Dillaa Lounty.
J II m-cxj vs u . C .v h r. Itj. Co ;
Hunt Couctj
, ,M A, T - " r- Co " Mu!1I Turner;
Lull Cuintj
C. J tornls vs Sim Colubcrc. et al : Hill
Countj
1'n.tM Jlodems v.. Ll22le Call'gan, Dallas
Ccunti.
Si'grn Held on Ilnrirlliry Charge.
Manning Salisbury, a ntgro of No. 4(24
McKlssock aenu, was arrested In a
saloon at No. 4100 North Second street
early jesterdaj morning, on a charge of
breahljs i"to the home of Jee Powell,
No. 4tj North IJroadnay. Powell and his
son -were awuKrneU by the noise made by
tho burglar and chased hlra from
the
souse, iiuin mcnimcu Salisbury,
Later Will Proceed to Telluride
to Inquire Into the Need for
Federal Tr"0iis.
SUSPECTS ARE IN BULL-PEN.
Governor Peabody Feels Confi
dent That Members of Min
ors' Union Plotted Ex
plosion .-it Vindica
tor Mine.
Cripplo Creek, Colo , Xov. 23 JIaJor
General John C Bates, who Ins hecn sent
here !, President P.oosvelt to mako nn
Investigation into Ftrike conditions in
Colorado, arrived In Cripple Creek to dav,
.in i. after conferrinir with Adjuttnt Gen
oril Holl of the Colorado National Guard,
made a tour of the district
Geninl Iiitei will spend but a dsy or
tvo here and will then proceed to Tellu
ride. The fourteen men who have been ar
rested bv the voldlers since the attempted
destruction of the Vindicator mle on
Siturdtv are eonllucil In the bull pens at
Camp Goldileld and Independence
Denver. Colo. Xov. 'Si Governor Pea
I'O'Jj' rcielved a telojrnm from' General
Hell to-div. statinu; that the mllitarv nu
thorltlts hud positive evidence th it sev
eral of the miners' union mi mber-3 now in
the bull pen at Cimp Goklflold arc e-ulltv
of iilottlnc; the explosion at the Vindicator
mine on Satunlij.
"I fullv believe thn.t wp have the richt
man In custodv." slid the oecutive. "all
the pri'-on-rs villi ho turned over to the
civil authorities as soon as the conditions
warrant "
Governo- Peabody said that Geneml
Bell had not been reinstated in comm ind
of the troops at Cripple Creek, but was
sent bv him to the camp to investigate
the v indie itor affair.
RECEIVES CHECK FOR $4,000.
,lwsey City Girl's Disappoint
ment in Love Expensn p to Man.
itnpum.ic spkcivi
New York. Nov. 23 Mis Blanche Cul
vert of No. 120 Yoek street, Jersey City,
has just received a check for $4,000, tho
amount of tho award made- b the jury in
her suit for breach of promise against
Marcus A. Kendall, a wealthy jounc
farmer of Andersonville, Ind. who jilted
her to wed another ejrl
JIIss Culver's father Is an Inspector of
Immigration at Ellis Island.
Almost two jcars ago she went to Rich
mond, Ind, to visit at the home of her
aunt, Mrs rtank .Moore. There she met
ounc Kendall, who was pajlng marked
attention to her cousin. Miss Bessie
Moore
Kendall's head was turned by the pretty
Kirl from the East and he turned his at
tention to her. Sh accepted his proposal
and after her ri-turn to Jtrtej City she
lecelved many ardent love-letters from
him.
Kendall wrote a letter to Miss Culver
Hst December asking- her to name the
weldlni: dav. Ho said he had bought her
a doc like one she admired when in In
diana. A week later he was married to
Miss White of his native town
Miss Culver learned of tho weddine
through her cousin and tho suit was start
ed ImmedlutelJ. She asred for S10.000. but
the Jurj decided that $1,000 should heal
tho wounded heart
Vnrlnblc Rontr Tickets to Florida,
Via Southern Railway. Go one way and
leturn another. Olllce 719 O.lve street,
St. Louis, Mo
BEFORE FEDERAL BUILDING.
Conspicuous Site for Harrison
Statue in Indianapolis.
ItBI'UlILIC .SI'ECIAU
Washington, Xov. 23 Tho committee
hiilns in charge tho erection of a statue
of tho lite Iicnjamin Harrison .it Indlan
npof, has rerclvtd permission fiom the
Government to place It on the Krounds of
the Federal building. This site has tho
advantage of being central and prominent,
which cannot be said so truly of tile oth
ers suggested
The Government reserves for itself only
tho right to designate tho prerle spot on
tho grounds, which shall be used. It does
this in order to Insure the most effecthe
sotting for the stitue and nNo its proper
eontilbutton to the artistic whole of tho
building and grounds
The FAMOra A. H C. BOHEMIAN and
MUi;N"CHKNi:rt IinnilS on draught nt
the American Hesfvurant. Sixth and Olive.
CONSULTS WITH S0LDAN.
Foreigner Culls on Superintend
ent of Insliuetion.
C. J Hamilton, a member of the Moslcy
Drltlsh lllucatlon Cnninil"s'on. nui n
culler at the Ho ird of Hducitlon stir
da, uhiro ho was In consultation fur two
hours with Superintendent of Instruction
Soldan Mr Hamilton H from Ulaclilu
dks, Glamorgan, Walis, nnd with other
members of the Moslej Commission hns
been In this country liuestlgatlng tho
method of teaching and the general pub
lic school s steins 111 ogim In the prln
clpil titles of the 1'rlted Mild
Other mcnilH'ri of the commission hae
Isltid tho schools of New nrk, Iloston,
Philadelphia and Chicago Mr Hamilton
was dotnlled to conn' to ht I.ouls anil
gather Information of tho rUioo! tj.stun
hi re.
SIX CONVICTS "PLEADGUILTY.
Hi'i'L'iiu .Sentences for Foil l.eav
cjmvoiMi Mnlinv
Topeka, Kns , Nov Z! -R!x of lh inn-
C J v, ,t iimji. si I in ino muil'iv i. i-rt
l.eaenworlh Fukral Prison two jeirs
ago, when Guard Waldrupe wns kill-d
Idtuleil guilty to-day to the charge of
mnn-daughti r, nnd m.re sentenced as fol
loa: Fol Eoutherlind and I)ald Grajson,
tlireu ars and line of tJtoi; Donild Xor
rlt., IUe jtars, line SV); Junes U llsun.
four liars, tine JW, Ule Illbj and Josiph
Heekfn, one ear ini.il and line XM
Ihret rlngleadi.n uliadtd not guilty and
will be tried.
I'nr (lie llinnktiirlilnir Tnlile.
Siherware. Cut Glass. China Dinner
Fcts, Caring Sets eerj thing jou'll need
can bo secured at our established low
prlcts.
Mermod & Juccard's, Broadway & Locust.
Our China catalog, 5,vu iUuMlrattoin,maitfd fret
State Hlitorlcnl Society Meeting.
nni'iiuuc SPECIAL
Columbia, Mo, Nov. 23. Tho Executive
Committee of the Missouri State Histori
cal Societj, consisting of It. M. White
of Mexico a.id Doctor Locb and Walter
"Williams of Columbia, met here this aft
ernoon and decided to hold the annual
meeting of the society in Columbia
some time next January, the exact date
to be decided later
The programme has not jet been an
nounces but it will include papers and
nddresses by Judge H. C. McDougall
of Kansas City, George C. Grover of St.
Louis, George Robertson of Mexico and
H. L Robinson of Manvllle.
A. B C. BOHEMIAN (pale), brewed
from the finest selections of Bohemian
hops and Cantdlan Larley. on draught at
the American Restaurant. Sixth and OlUs.
Those who wear woolen
underwear are very apt to
catch cold; that is one of
the peculiarities of wool.
Those who wear the Dr.
Deimel Underclothing are
free from colds; that is one
of the peculiarities of the
Deimel.
Take your choice.
Booklet telling ail about it
and the garments may ! had
At Leading Dealers Everywhere.
The Deimel Linen-Mesh Co.
(Originators of "Linen-Mesh")
IIH Ilronilmi), Sew York.
g
I Visit Our Completely
Stocked
I CIothingDepartment
You will find here
suits and overcoats
in great variety of
sizes and stdes to
please the most fas
tidious. They are our
own make our
prices will command
your attention. Your
patronage is solicited.
Suits - - $15 to $25
Overcoats $15 to $45
BZKHMMBMBMHaM
MILLS & AVERILL
TAILORING CO.,
BROADWAY AND PI.NE
DIETRICH IS BUSY
WITH HIS LAWYERS
Will Not Appear Before Court
for Several Days, Tliouph He
Sah He Desires an Im
mediate Hearing.
Omaha. Nov. 23 United States Senator
Charles H. Dietrich arrived In Omaha, and
went directly to tho ofllce of his attorney
to-day. with whom he had a conference.
Ho also conferred -with friend", among
them Edward Roewater, editor of the
Omaha Bee, and departed on an afternoon
train for Hastings, his home, where he
expects to remain two or three dajs.
Ho did not appear la the Federal Court
and hl3 attorney stated that he would not
pit ad to tl e Indictment for a few das, it
being necessary to further confer with his
counsel, ail the members of which hao
not jet been engaged.
Senator Dietrich said with regtrd to the
Indictment recentlj brought against him.
"I am In Omaha to secure an Immediate
trill. I want all the evidence brought be
fore tho court, which will show a com
plete Indication. 1 consider this not
merely a trl il before a Federal Judge, hut
also before the great tribunal, the veople
of Nebraska and of tho whole country.
"It in a case in which the honor of the
United States Senate is Iinohed, and I
wish to have the people of tho country
know nil the facts.''
20 Per Cent Off on Wntclie.
Tho great watch sale this week includes
ever watch in our entire collection. You
save one-fifth the regular price by bujlng
promptly.
Mermod & Jaccard's, Ilroadwaj & Icust.
Our Watch catatog,ooo Uluitralioni.malltdjrit
STEAMER PROBABLY IS LOST.
Thirty I'ursons on Hoard VoascI
bailing From Alaska.
Seittle, Wn-.li, Nov. S3 A dispatch to
tho I'nst-Inti HUenctr from Juntiui, Alas
ka, announces that J. Kent, n pnsscnser
on tho steamer Uctlslor, which urrhid
thero to-da, repoitH that a maFs of
wrtckige from tho Nomo steamer Dis
ci er lids wahed nshoro at tho mouth
of seal rler. thirty mllus below Ynkutat.
Unit's Information mako it prnctleall
tertiln tint the DKimery In lost nnd
lea'. is llttlo hope for either passengers or
crew It is bellcud that evrybod on
board perlshid
The number of persona aboard the Dis
eonrj. pusstnuers and crew, 1h estimated
nt tlilrtj. The vessel left Nome arl in
Octnbi r nnd sailed from Ynkutat October
K) 'lhls was the last -ven of her. The
pi"ingr llt of tho Dlscmery Is In tho
pos-'csslon of tho stiamcr"!! agent ut Nomo
and cannot ! obtalnisi
in;. Ciiiiine tn.'.ik, ?t. i
Ungratcd frmn our plate with new platj .
In script. 5! U).
MlvliJlOl- K. in- CAHis.
Broadiay and Locust.
ANTARCTIC FARTY RETURNS.
Xoidi-nskjolil's Ship Crushed in
tin1 Ilc Last Febniaiy.
Uuenos Ares, Nov. 23 The Argentine
warship Uruguay has arrived at Illo Gal
llglo with tho members of the Nordensk
juld expedition on board
Tho UniKuay found the officers of the
Nordenskjold expedition on Louis Philippe
Island nnd the other members of the par
ty are on Scjraour Island.
Nordenskjold s vessel, the Antarctic,
wns crushed In the Ice February 12 of this
j ear.
Control) to first report, the Charcot ox
pidition will not be stopped, but will tn
yage In sclentlllc reseHrcn.
ThePranrola. with the Charcot party on
hoard, will sail as soon us possible for
Graham'B Land.
FOLK CLUB AT MALDEN, MO.
R. S. Douglass Chosen Presideut
of the Organization.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Maiden, SIo , Nov. 23 A Folk Rood gov
ernment club has been organized hero
with Z23 members
The officers chosen are: R. S. Douglass.
President; M. B. Rayburn, treasurer: J.
I. Glenn, vice president, and R. A. Cox,
secretary.
CHICAGO
AND
RETURN
VIA WABASH LINE,
Wednesday, Nov.
TICKET OFFICE, EIGHTH AND OLIVE.
We Have on Hand About 60 LATE MODEL
REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS
Taken in Part Payment for
UNDER
We are offering1 these machines at
PRICES THAT SHOULD SELL THEM
If You Want a Cheap Typewriter, Call and See Them.
We also have a lot of Smith Premiers, Densmores, New Ccn
turys, Olivers and other makes.
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO.,
710 PINE STREET. (Both Phones.)
All Records
This proves the world-wide popu
larity of this famous brew.
The product of
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
PILES
CHARGED WITH MAKING
FALSE TAX RETURNS.
Fiftreti Prominent CitUens Are
dieted 1i (he Grand .lurj nt
lllllHborn, III.
RUPUBLIC SPCCIAL.
Hlllsboro. III.. Nov. 3. It developed to
day that the Grand Jury, which adjourned
Saturday. found fifteen indictments
against prominent citizens and capitalists,
charKlng them with falling to Rle In
proper lists of their property to the as
sessors for taxation.
Jude.o Ames is holding court here row
nnd bench warrants were ordered for all
the defendants to-day. Their ball wns
fixed at $M0 each
Those Indictid are: J C. Sinclair. Din
ville Hinett. SI. SI. Jlilnor nnd Willi im
Le Torce of Lltchlield: Fred Ha'imnn, P.
.M. Smith, William WclL-e. Charles II.
SlesHlmnre and Iuls oilers of Hllls
boro: Doctor J. T. Whltten. Pred Law nnd
Abrum Itouriiuln of Nokomlh; James Car
roll of rnrmcrsWIle; William C. L"hr of
IrUnsr. and Hnrm lielgens of Walsh Hie.
The Orand Jury also Indicted Edgar
Copeland of alshllle on the chartte of
murder. He Ik nrenped of kllllnK Henri
Cireen nrar Wilshvllle. Slay 31 An In
dictment chnrKlntr assault was nleo re
turned niralnst rhilllp Mnnirers. Jr. Wal
ter Roberts Arthur ItobTtj.. Oils Dover,
JtsMi Orr. CurtN Ilemphlll, George Janes
und A. II. Dill.
"Toi" lllrthnionth Illnsn
ror XmimU'r, inmiilnir 'Fidelity of
Prlendshlp." iZZ to JIG. nnd et with dla-
moiidfi nnd topaz, up to S-W S'ermod &
J I PrOM 1 ij a 1- ..Ual.
SLIGHT
DROP IN MERCURY.
Cold
in Northwest Will Affect
Local Tcnippi-ftture.
Pair and colder weather may be looked
for to-day nccotdlng to Forecaster Howie.
Tho chaise will not. however, be r idical.
and vnctlcally tho same temperature will
prevail as for the list three das. The
highest registration of the thermometer
jesterday was 63 degrees: the lowest 41
degrees at 7 a. m.
Snow Is reported from Wi'consln. Mich
igan and Minnesota, the greatest amount.
Ml) S3. MM 81
Poaitlvtly and permanently rur4- Sfnd for booklet, s.000 patlenti cured. Iloura: l-: Imi
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sold in. 1902.
NO MONEY TILL CURED. 29 yeak estabushed.
We scad FIEE and postpaid a 200 pate trealue on Piles. FUnda and Diseases or tnt
Itclim: also IM pace lllas. treatise en Diseases of Wonts. Of the thostao it ccre
kr oor mild Bitaod. note paid a cent till cared we firnlsh their iui 03 nlL-ilmi.
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