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5,rrr-r3' i 'J 1 .HmSf -brME..ilM.l f.,1"'t oagawswciweaaBTrsrwiWMttr.frtf r i .0 THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY', NOVEMBER 25, 1903. P1 " ' '"."J"tml,iam m ' JlS Pf. I HI Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Cure Costs Nothing if it Fails. Any honest person who suiters from Rheumatism Is welcome to this offer. For years I searched everywhere to find roeclflc for Rheumatism. Tor nearly S3 years I worked to this end. At last. In Germany, my search was rewarded. 1 found a costly chemical that d:d not dis appoint me as other Rheumatic inscrip tions had disappointed pl(-3'cian every v. here. 1 do not mean that Dr. Shoop's Rheu matic Cure can turn bony J.lats iato tlesa szaln. That Is impossible. But it will Stive from the blood the poison that teases pain and swelling, and tten that is the end of Rheumatism. 1 knon this so well that 1 will furnish for a full month my Rheumatic Cure on trUL I cannot cure all cases within a month. It would be unreasonable to expect that. But most eases will yield within 30 day. Thl3 trial treatment will convince you that Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Cure 'is a pov.tr Mgalnst Rheumatism a potent force uialcst disease that is. irresistible. My offer H made to convince .u of ray faith, My faith is but the outcome of ex perience of actual knowledge. I KNOW what it can do. Ami 1 know this so nell that 1 will furnUh my remedy on trial. Simply write me a p istal for my bouk on .Rheumatism. 1 wilt men arrange with a druggist In our v.cinuy o thai you can tecure six bottles of Dr. Shucp. Rheu matic Cure to. make the test. Yoj niuy take it a lull mouth en trlai. If it suc ceeds the eost to you Is J5u 1: it fans the loss is mine and mine alone. It will be left entirely to you. 1 mean that ex uctly. It ou say tse t.-l.i is not sati lactory l uua't vxptct a iwuny from oii. 1 have no si:i..e. .. 4Cit. sanip.e thit can arteet chronic Rheumat.sm must be dru?cd to the verge oi uaugcr I ui no dines, fcr it i.i dangerous to take tnem. lou must get the aisvusn out i.f tnt uluo.1 mi itrasij uk's inai. even in the most dilHcult. obstinate cases. It has eurtvl the oldest caste 1 eer met. and in all of my experience, in all rf. my Iuj test 1 never found another remMr that would cure one chronlo case In teii. Write me and I will send vou the book Try my remedy for a month, for it can't harm you anyway. If it fa Is the loss is mine. Address D.-. Phoop. Uos CS3. Rapine. Wis 51116 cases, not chronic a'e often eured by cne or two oottlcs. At all druggists. CHINESE GOVERNOR READY TO MAKE WAR ON RUSSIANS. MISSIS TO General Ma Has 1S.000 Soldiers r rutmrecl to lein Active Cam paign in Manchuria Delay i n 'Negotiations Uclween Ktissia and Japan Is Embarrassing Japanese Ministers. Who Still, However. Claim to i5e Able to Control the Situation. POPULAR OUTBREAK MAY COM E WHEN THE DIET ASSEMBLES. v London. Nov. H. Private advices from Pekln are to thij effect that General Kuan Shi Kal. Governor of Chl-U Province, has Informed the Hinpeior that he i pre pared to declare war against the Rus-isns in Manchuria. Goniral Ma I ready to march Into Shan-Hal-Kwan at tln head-of 1S.C0) men. JAPAN Iri RESTLESS. Yokohama. Xov. Il.-Xo reply has be-n received from Si. Petersburg on She sub ject of Japanese overture., and there ore many Indications that the delay in nego tiations is embarrassing Japanese foreign trad and raising impatience In Japanese elides as shown ly public meetlngi at Toklo, Yokohama and Osaki, protesting against the ministerial Inactivity. One popular Toklo nempaper has twice tten ufllctally suspended for publishing verses indirectly suggesting the assassina tion of the Ministers. It Is alio feared that popular feeling may manifest lt-.elf December 3. when the Diet meets, unless samp decided develop ment in the negotiation:) orurs In the meantime. The Mtnislcis remain rr-ticsnt. piofessinir confidence in llirir ability to control the situation. mm Thanksgiving Services and Feasts Arranged by Downtown Organizations. ONLY DAYS REMAIN GARMENTS TO BE DISTRIBUTED NORfllS CITY SOCIETY GIRL WEDS PRINCIPAL OF MOREHOUSE SCHOOLS. ALLEGED CITY GRAFTERS TO BE TRIED DECEMBER 4. Dcpnty Sheriff Calls Kraft's .Vnnic "Graff" nail Cniikpx Amusement When llcfcuilnnts fil-e Ilonil. Willinm A. Kraft, former meat con tractor for the City Hospital, against whom A. E. piltr. the hospital cook, made damaging statements and for whom a warrant charging grand larceny was is sued Monday, appeared before the Grand Jury as a witness yesterday afternoon. Kraft. George Mliford and Oswald Matt appeared In the Court of Criminal Cor rection yesterday for analgnment on the charges of crand larceny. Each pleaded not guilty and their bond's were fixed at JWJ. They gave bond and their cases were set for hearing on December I. Thomas 13. E-tep and Chnrles Krone appeared as counsel for the defendants. An unintentional mistake by Deputy Sheriff Nickels: caused considerable merri ment for every person in the courtroom but Kralt when he called the cae. "W. A. GratK come forward." shouted the Deputy. His mistake In pronouncing Kraft's name was detected at once bv every person in the courtroom and ail laughed. Judge Moore smiled when he saw that NIckels's mistake was uninten tional. Kraft's face was red when he faced the bar. but he smllel when chided uy ins leuuw ueienaants. Salvation Army "Will Make Spe cial Efforts aflieaOijiiarters and in Franklin Avemii! Hall. In. which to tkc a.dva.ntage of the Most Libera.1 Offer Ever Ma.de. The Bi-Chemic Physicians make a. nemina.1 fee for the crowds of peoph who are seeking their trea.tmrnf. AH persons applying before December 1 will be treMed for $10 until cured, medicine included. No furlher charge will be ma.de. Every case accepted this month under a. positive guarantee to cure or money re funded. This offer positively expires Monday, November 30, at 6 o'clock. MR. AND MRS. EARLE COOK. Before the man-Inge the brldo was Miss Calla Rice. 75DITHL.IC SI'FXTIAL. NorrU City. 111.. Nov. 14.-Mr. M. Etrle Cook, principal of the public schools at Morehouse, Mo., and Miss Calla Rice, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. U Rice, were married at the home of the bride in this city yesterday afternoon In the pres ence of a large number of quests. The Reverend J. SI. Newman, pastor of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, officiated. ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Cook will make their home at Morehouse, SIo. Miss Rice was quite a favorite in society here. bv their grandparents. Judge McElhlnney w'ill announce his decision to-day. ST. LOUIS COUNTY NOTES. Marriage licenses were issued in Clay ton yesterday to Walter Ferguson and Maud Terry of Centaur: Charles H. lee and L. B. Lee of Sedalia; George R. Lynch nnd Celeste T. Bethel of No. ;7 Pine street, nnd Leo Bledermann' of No. T5W Ohio avenue and Anna Glee of No. 1519 South Seventh street. The habeas corpus petition filed In the Clayton Circuit Court bv Charles Walter to get possession cf his two sons, now In custody of their maternal grandparents, was heard In the Clayton Circuit Court yesterday by Judge StcEIhinney. The Wal ters were divorced about two months ago and Sirs. Walter "married Otto von Reisln gen, who vkib named as corespondent In the plaintiff". petition. Slr. ReiMngen op posed the granting of the petition because she thought Walter would marry again and the children could be better cared for I HOUSE DESTROYED BY' FIRE. Coolness of Sister l'revents l'anic Among Ihipils. The two-story brick building occupied ns I a residence by the Sisters of the Precious Blood. wUo teach the tjfermnn p-irochlal Echool in Florissant, was destroyed by Cre Monday mominjr. The fire Is supposed to have started from a tlerectlvo fiue. At the time the fire broke out the advanced class wns ri clting In one of the rooms of the building on account of the crowded condition of the school. The coolness of the sister In charge prevented a panic and the children were marched out in order. Much of the furniture was saved by cit izens of Florissant who re-pondd to the alarm. The building was valued at S4.M0 and was fully insured. NINTH ANNUAL BANQUET OF COLONIAL WARS SOCIETY ninlr Still at .Mullaiiph)'. According to the sisters at Slullanphy Hospital. James L. Bioir and Mrs. Biilr are still there. Sir. Blair's Illness, ac cording to those at tho bedside, remains unchanged. Baby Nine of Every mother fel a great dread of the pain and danger attendant upon the most critical period of her life. Becoming all, but the suffering and a mother should be a source ot toy to danger incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of misery. Mother's Friend is the only remedy which relieves women of the great pain and danger of maternity; this hour which is dreaded as woman's severest trial is not only made painless, but all tho danger is avoided by its use. Those rrho use this remedy are no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions are overcome, the system is made ready for the coming event, and the serious accident so common to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mother's Friend. "It is, worth 'its weight in gold," savs many who have used if. $1.00 per bottle at drug stores. Book containing valuable information of interest to all women, will be sent to anv address free upon application to 4VZ4J3J7U REGULATOR OO., Atlanta, Gar I Miep's Friend Your Mind Is your brain your brain is 3'our fu ture. You can spend it enjoying life's pleas ures or 3ou can spend it behind the Asylum bars. The body is con nected with the brain by thousands of large and small nerves that tell the brain all the wants of the body and in return all ailments are carried to the body by the brain. Worry, melancholy, blues, poor circulation, cold feet and hands, pain about the heart, dyspepsia and all other diseases that we are heir to originate at the brain. There are only three ways for any disease to end: 1st is Death. v 2d is the Madhouse. 3d s the Bright and Sunny Road to Health and the only guide post that points to this road is "KUBO" It you don't want your friends to take you, to the grave or the asylum. years' before your body has begun to wear out start at once to take this product ot medicinal triumph. ForS$ WOLFF-WILSON DRUG CO. Doctor Ilorntlo X. Spc-iipor li Klcetcd I'resli!eiit of PnSriiitie Order riaj; I'rc.icliteil. The ninth annual bnnquot of the Society of Colonial Wars v;as held in the main dinlns-rooni of the Southern last night and was well attended. The address of welcome was made by Doctor Horatio N". Spencer, and a presen tation of a flair, whicli was sh-en to the society by Individual members of the local organization, was made by Judge Selden V. Spencer. Tile Reverend Naphtali IjUC cock made an address on "Twentieth Cen tury Patriotism." and vocal solos by Mrs. l.'lllan C. ilclntyie completed the pro gramme. These officers were elected: Governor, Doctor Horatio X. Spencer; deputy sovernor. Itlsht llevcrrnd D. S. Tuttle: lieutenant. KOiernor, Colonel James II. McCord: deputy governor to the Gen eral Society. John 1!. White; secretary. II. Brinsmadc: deputy recretary. II. E. T. Hollister; treasurer. Henrv 1'. Wvman; registrar. Henry Cadle; historiati. .Tanii T. Sands; chaplain, the Reverend William Short. In addition to these, the followlns were elected: Gentlemen to the Council Selden P. Spencer. C. II. Cuthbert. Wallace Dela field. R, A. Barrett. W. I!. Douglas. George T. Parker, i;. h Jackson and Samuel D. WInler. The otllcers of the So ciety are ex-ofiiciu members of the coun cil. Delegates to General Society Thomas James. Stoughton Walker, O. I... Teach out. H. K. Robinson and Isaac Motter. Committee on Historical Documents II. II. Dvnlson. M. II. Stearns, K. A. Do Wolf and Charles Partons. Committee on Membership II. Rrlns made, the Reverend E. P. I,llth Doctor ticorge K. Lyon nnd D. R. Wolfe. Downtown missions of the city will pro vide not only especial religious sen-Ices for Thanksgiving, but food anil d:lnl: will le furnished for hundreds of persons who would not have the opportunity to partake of a holiday dinner were it not for these organlrat'ons. The Inrist crowd, perhaps, will be fed at the St. lyiuls city Mission, No. 14 N'orth Seventh street. The mission Ins been or ganized Ies than a year, apd to-morrow's effort will be its first .Tliank-frlvln; (Vnner. lxlward Can!, the superintendent, has teen rmkir.jr arrangements for the spre-id for a week. The provisions will be fur nished by the Christian Endeavor societies cf the city. The chairman of the commit tee Is Miss Clara Srhmldt. A leliglou? service will take place at 7:10 o'clock, and at 3 o'clock the dinner will be served. Ar rangements have been made to care for 5' persons. The Salvation Army will sorvc a dinner nt neon for all the employes' of its In dustrial department nt Eighth and Walnut streets. Lieutenant Colonel Marshall will prt-side. At Corrs No. 1. No. 1113 Franklin nvenue. a dinner will be served at 5 o'clock In the afternoon to the teachers and pupils of the Salvation Army's Sunday schools. At least 3u) children will get a hearty meat The corps at Jefferson and Krankiln ave nues, and the cne on South Broadway, will aito make srecial efforts. BASKETS AND GARMENTS. The officers of the I:vee Mission. Main and Market streets, last Sunday ir.ive out 111 tickets to the heads of farr.il!,-s llvlns In the distiict wlnTe the mission works. Tho holder of each ticket Is entitled to a ThankssiUnK basket. The distribution of thu baskets will take place this evening at T o'clork. Garments also will be given out. Twen ty women of the Fountain i'ark Congrega tional Church sgwed all day yesterday for the raessiou, making more than seventy articles of wearing apparel. Charles A. i'orse. assisted by Mrs. Fan no Paikhison. Miss Leila eters, Miss I'.siH Do"the:t. It. E. Cahiil nnd II. A. Ilatfleid. has made the arransements for securing the urinations. Tne mission will be open all day to-day to receive contri butions. At tho Central Mission. No. S15 North Eleventh strtel, a "mother's dinner" will be provided at 3 o'clock In the afternoon. Mrs. Sue Owens, the superintendent, has an intimate knowlfdge of the needs of persons in the mission's territory, and In vitations to the dinner have been sent out with care. More than seventy women urc expected. The People's Welfare Association. Elev enth and Locust streets, will have a brotherhood rally at 3:3 o'clock in the afternoon. Coffee and rolls will bo served afterwords, nnd at 5 O'clock a dinner will be given to the boys organizations of the association. The limit has been reached. The Bi Chomlc Physicians give definite notice that the nominal fee which they have been charging patients for a complete cure positively expires on Monday. No vember 30. at 6 o'clock. The crowds of people who have been seeking their services durins tho past month renders it im-.ossiblc for them to extend this liberal offer beyond the date mentioned. The Lame, the Blind, the Deaf and those suffering from titofo In sidious Nervous Diseases have availed themselves of this opportunity. They liiv piueed themselves under the care of the Bl-Cheinie Physicians and til?;' are on me roau to recovery. They had been to various physician!1, they had tried different treatments only to meet with failure and the marvelous offle'ency of the Bf-Cllemic Treatment has been a veritable revelation to them. Their Hvrs had been clouded in dark ness, but to-day the bright sunshine of nope has unvruea iiseif to them. They have told their friend and neighbors and as a result the oiilces of the Itl- Cheir.ic Physicians have been crowded to thrlr utmost capacity. Tlin I!i-Chemic Physicians will treat Ml persona nnnlvlns at their offices be fore December 1 on the following terms: Tliey -n 111 cniiriintrc to (rent nil pr- Ronn itiipl!ni; nt tlielr oflleex before Drpciuticr 1 fur the- nominal mini r.f 10 until cnrril. Tlmt l. SIO pnirn tlin rutin eot of n cure, nietllflncM fiu-liidril, uuil nu further fee will ltc ittUed. Tliry fnrlhrmiorr rktoc tlmt If the pntient ! not oonixiietel cm-eil In n sprrini-fl lenstli nt lime to return the money iiitltl vrithout nny iimb hllntt: or evntlon. The llUriienilc rii5NlrlntiN itIkIi to mnkc It einnlintli: tlmt thin offer em pires on the i.otli day of this month, und In order to irpt the benefit of it trentment must lie eriinineneeit on or before Hint dntc. Thin offer positive ly nui not uc rxtcnticu tn-yonu turn date. Ins and bell-ringing in the head and has rc-turtd my hearlns." CATAKIIII AMI A.STIIMA. Mrs, John Ilrennrr, Xn. .TSli Xortli Eluhtli St.. East St. Louis. III., was cured of i h.id case ot catarrh and asthma of twelve years' standing. In syejkins ut her ease she said: "Dr. Powell has certain ly found a specific for catarrh and asthma. My case has been a remarkable one. as I have suffered so long and have been treated by so many different physicians, and they were unable to help me, but there is no doubt about tho Powell treat ment curins catarrh and asthma." I . -a L-aywSrGrVi:i.v.J rv' S t :-BkV9M:- ''"t&,?y&i&..A V"ir K ?J?4&&r7Miml iKiiiiiiiiiiiliiHL4'tSEll S DR. JO.VATIIAX POWELI.. 5 nEAFSESS AND HEAD OI.nS. Mr. John I'ollirlinItz, . Z2::r. IIIo- irr An-., St. Louis, said: "I have sinter ed with catarrh nnd deafness for several ye.irs. Was so deaf I couldn't hear com mon conversation. I tried many doctors and 1 thought I bad 'tried every known remedy for catarrh nnd cot no rolk-f. I went to the Powell MmIIc.iI Institute and wes cured. Mv hearing came b-ick In cne month and now my catarrh Is entirely cured." Mr. Chan. Morhlr. "o. 'IWiT, Dayton SI.. St. Louis. In speaking of ill" rae said: "Dr. Powell's treatment for catarrh nnd deafne- lia been a wonde''ul ine- cess In my case: "It has stopped the buzz- IIUOVCHIJIL CATARRH. Mr. Hnrry Thomas. Xo. 1U-S5 Treml ley Air., East St. Louis. Ill- was cured nf a bad C3se of bronchitis, which h;nl ex tended into the lungs, nnd in speakins or his case said: ".My trouble starter from a co'd which extended into my broncnlal tubes and" lungs. I would take spells or couxnlng and clicking until I was c3m-pk-tely worn out. I lost flesh and strength until I had to give up my position. After-a short course of the Powell treatment I om completelv cured. I can never say enou;h In praUe of the way they treated me. STOMACH'TlIotnLK. Jlr..dobn ICnlrman. CM Sammlt ave.. YZ St. Louis, says: "I had suffered foryear.5 with catarrh of the nos-. throat nnd stomach. My stomach became so weak that It was lmposibIe for me to eat solid food. The pain which I experienced wa-i intense. Oftentimes I would coush fo nard that I would vomit all that I had eaten. I had !ot 25 pounds In flesh and was a phys ical wreck. Tnder the Bi-Chemic Treat ment mv appetite i good, my head clear, mv eonch gone. and. in fact. I am a new person In every respect. I cannot "peak too hlghl of the Ul-Chemlc Physicians." SPI.YAL THOUHLE. .Mr. MntlicTT Smith. Xn. 822 Sooth Taylor Ave.. City, says: "I had suffered with pains in my back for about three years that would start In my snlne and run up Into my shoulders and at times would go down Into my limb until I would be so lame that I could not pet up nnd down the stairs without great dif ficulty. I tried doctor after doctor and got no relief They seemed to be puzzled and couldn't understand the caue of my affliction. I was diseour.ig"d arJ forlorn when I went to the Powell Institute. Thcy told me I had rheumatism and that thev eould cure me. and I can now sr.ecifv that they have kept their word. I was cured a year nco and ?m still well. I have trained 13 pounds and never ft. It better in my life." FREE X-RAY EXAMINATION. Tin X-ttny equipment nt the Pow ell .MiMlionl Institute i of the Infest tvjif n nil thr in opt elaborate nnd enmplele In the ccianirj. Hy a pe elnl tlnnroeople nttnehment tliey nrt ennlileil In o(Tec( fin abaolntel.v illnUnet ecjiiKlit ilfnanoMf of nil fllnenrf! iinrtn nml tlitu determine to n eertnlnty tlie ranse of the nf fllctinn. All lnTitlldN ttIio no-ilenlre nre vreleome to this radical nnd peir feet exRinlnatlon. It i entirely free of clinrce. HOME TREATMENT. You can be cured by Dr. Powell's treat ment in your own home. 'It is the most perfect method-of home treatment vet de viled. AH that !? nece.ary In order to be gin a course Is to rend a description of casa and to use a little care in giving1 symptoms. The Powell Medical Institute., OR. JONATHAN POWELL, Founder DR. MEREDITH PERKINS, Consulting" Physician. 201 ODD FELLOWS' BLDG., Ninth and Olive Street!, ST. LOUIS. MO. OFFICE HO'JP.S-9 a. ro. to 1 p. m.: 2 to 5 r- m.: Wednelay9 and Saturdays. 7 to S p. ro.: Sundays. 19 a. m. to 12 m. dred pictures showing the scenery, walls, gate. dwellings and other places of In ti rt-t will add to the Interest of the discourse. TlinnksgJviiig; nt Centennry. The legular weekly prayer meeting of Centenary M. K. Church, touth. to-nijrht will be a praise service. To-morrow morn ing at T o'clock the Epworth League of the church will have a serv.ee. after which the members will distribute baskets of food, including fruit, among the poor and sick. The church will be open to-day to receive contributions for this purpose. The gen eral Thanksgiving service of the M. K. churches. South, will be held nt 10: o'clock to-morrow morning, anil the ser mon will he preached by the Reverend V. D. Bradlieid. BOARD IN DEADLOCK; SCHOOL WITHOUT STOVE. I'ASTOR DIXBS OFFICIALS. The Reverent! C. W. "Webdell Enter tains Church Official. The Ileverend C. V. Webdell. pnstor of St. I'aul's M. E. Church, South. Xo. 3X3 St. Louis avenue, last night Introduced an Innovation In the way of religious enter tainments by entertaining the official board of his ehuich at a dinner. It was the evening for the regular meet ing of the steards and Hoard of Trus tees, and the pastor nsked them to come to the church an hour earlier. Obedient to ills wlhcs they presented themselves on time and were surprised to find set for them in one of the r-arlors an elaborate dinner. The boardmembers remarked that the dinner was a novelty, as the serving of it was intrusted to a caterer, and not to the women of the church, as Is usuully the case. The hour and a half of the dinner was spent socially, and afterward the business meeting of the board was held. Tho-e present were the Reverend Doc tor T. B. Sharp, H. W. Peters. V. K. Ooessling. K. G. Grubb. O. B. Dicrman, V. K. Mathews, Oscar Price. II. A Smith, C T. Heardtley. W. T. Noel. II. J. Iluehm korf. W. S. Henley. C. L. Klelnfchmidt, r. W. Goessllng. W. G. Doyle, R li. Jirausoy nnu rranK uraasuy. ST. UHIDGRT'.S MIXSTIIEL SHOW. V. M. II. A. Hall. The eighth annual entertainment and dance of the Young Men's Hebrew Asso ciation will take place to-morrow evening at Llederkranz Hall, Thirteenth street nnd Chouteau avenue. The Committee on Arrangements announces that a good pro gramme has been prepared. Service nt Tyler Place Chnrcli. Thanksgiving sirvices will be held at the Tyler Place Presbyterian Church at 11 o'clock. In which the Oak Hill Presby terian and the Comnton Heights Baptist Churches will participate. The Reverend Percy Stuart of the Compton Heights Church will preach the sermon. PANA STREETS LIGHTED AGAIN. .City Council Closes Contract With Electric Company. nnrruLic special Pana. 111., Nov. 21. At a special meet ing of tho City Council la3t. night the city arranged to have the city streets lighted. The cltv will rav J a month for each light. This Is an increase of 51 a month over the old schedule. To-night the city Is lighted by elec tricity the first time In a month. THE WEATHER. Dei Ieres Tenclter linn Xot neen Pnltl. nnd Public Inntltntlon May Itemuln CIohcJ. The Board of Directors of the Des Peres public school in St. Louis County is dead locked again, and It is probable that th? school will be closed until the difficulty Is settled, as the teacher has not been paid since the opening of the term, and there Is no stove with which to heat the build ing. The deadlock was originally caused by the failure of Directors LIndemann and Roseman to agree on a successor to Charles Harwood. who became ineligible because, he moved out of the dlstrlct. They reported the matter to Superin tendent Andrae. The law provides that the School Superintendent shall make tho appointment when the Directors cannot agree. Andrae waited a month. Monday he appointed Charles Vedder. Almost at the same time Lindemann and Roseman got togetner and agreed on Her man Wegener. Wegoner qualified Imme diately and the hoard organized with the election of LIndemann as president and Roseman as secretary. Vedder qualitled in Clayton Monday. Im mediately after his appointment. Now there are four members of tho beard, one more than the law provides for. Xo war rants can be drawn without the signature of the president. Wegoner' nnnolntment Is disputed, and the election Monday prob ably will he attacked. Andrae declares that ho will Insist on tho recognition of his appointee. that a representative citizen should repre sent the exchange next year more than at any other time; further, that he should be a man of means, as the calls made upon him at the time of the Fair will be many. I understand that one cf the chief matters at issue is who shall be elected first vice prcident. I believe that C. H. Huttig. present second vice president. Is strongly favored for this office." It is stated that Mr. Gardner has not signified his willingness to accept the nom ination If it is offered to him. SAYS HE IS TIRED OF LIFE. Frank Streib Cuts Ilis Throat, but Will Rerovpr. Tired of life without the company of his wife, who left him last May. after his second attempt to kill her. Frank Streib, a bollermaker, tried to commit suicide by cutting hU throat with n penknife nt the home of his brother. Jacob. Xo. 171 De Kalb street, at 7:15 last evening. Jacob Streib. who was in another room, found his brother and called an amhu lance. At the City Hospital Frank Streib said he was lonesome and despondent without his wife. ' Visitors From Honduras. R. S. Turton of British Honduras Is at the Lindell. Mr. Turton is the son of General PJchard S. Turton of the British Army. He Is at the head of the a. firm in British Honduras that exports mahog any to this country- and England. Mr. Turton says that about 7.W.C00 feet of mahogany Is shipped annually to Use United Stales and Great Britain. Tho bulk of these shipments are exported to the. United States. Thief Stole Ills: and Liquor. Casks and cases of wine, brandy and whisky, valued at J1C0. and a horse and wacon worth OW. were stolen from In front of the Post Office by an unidentified thief yesterday afternoon while the driver. Joseph Ijcbblug. was purchasing stamps inside the building. The propertv belonged to the A. Graff Distilling Com pany of Xo. 1123 South Seventh rtreet. Lobbing lives at Xo. 702 Allen avenue. Yoniijr Men' Sodality fo Give Two Kiiterlaiiiments In School Hall. Tho members of St. Bridget's Young Men's Sodality will to-night give the first of two minstrel entertainments In the school hall, nt Jefferson avenue and Stod dard street. Tho second entertainment will take place to-morrow evenlns. The members of the sodality have re hearsed faithfully for the ente'rtainments and the matinee which was given Sunday afternoon was successful. The first part ot the programme to be pre-oented wiii be made up of popular songs, which will be sung as polos, the entire organisation Joining; in the chorus. A SoulliPm cotton field, with negroes working In the field, will be the second part, and the lines have besn so arranged as to permit of the Introduction of many plenslc; specialties. After each entertainment there will be a dance In the school hall. EPWORTH LEAfiUK 31CCT1XB. A. II. Hoblilnn Will Deliver Atldreni on MlKslons In Jnpnn. The Epworth League of tho Southern Methodist Church will hold n mass meet ing at the Centenary Church to-morrow cvenlnst at 7:.i o'clock. An address will be made bv A. II. Robbins on the Sunday school mission in Japan, a work which the Epworth League of the-city Is support ing. The -wMi-etc nf the evening will te made bv Doctor .1. II. Young, pastor of the) wagoner l-mce .utun-uwi -'f-i w "WIiv I Am a Methodist." A largo attendance is expected, as a banner has lieen offered bv the league for the society having the largest representa tion. I.eefnrc on Jerninlem. The annual Sunday-school entertain ment of the Goodc Avenue M. E. Church. Goode avenue nnd Xorth Market street, will take place to-morrow evening, and will be a lecture by Dlllwynn M. Hazlctt on 'A visit to tne Moiy city, uno nun Official Forecast Announced for To-Day and To-Morrow. Washington, Nov. 24. Forecast: Illinois Ruin or mow Wednesday and Thurs day. .uitfsoiirl ltaln or enow Wednesday. Thursday fair. Iowa ?now flurries Wednesday and Thurs day. N'ehraaka ra'r In weFtern: rain or snow and warmer In eastern portlcn Wednesday. Thurs day fair. i.ahtas ratr Wednesday, except rain or Fnc-.v In eastern portion. Thursday fair. Indian Territory and Oklahoma fulr Wednes day and Thursday. Local Itefiort. St. IrtUis. l!o.. Xov. u. 13;S. 7 a. m. 7 i- rru ijaromcicr. lnc.ies ji.st Tfnn rature. degrees ti Humidity, rer cent 70 Plrwilon nf wind XW Vdocitt- cf wlnj c Ztfllnr.ill. Inches 0 Weather at 7 a. m-. cloudr: at 7 d. m Inc. Maximum temperature. 41.- minimum tern perature. E2.S. Stase of iier at 7 a. m.. Ivlfeet. EDWAItO 11 UOrtlBL Local Forecast Official. 30.2 I'M 10 anow- Government Itcport. Department cf Agriculture. Weather rtnreau. Meteorological observations received at St. I.oula. Novemoer :m, jnj. at 6:3 p. m. local Louts. Noembtr 23. 03. at S:IS d. m. local time and S v. ra. rcrentv-nrth meridian time. Observations made at the earns moment of tlma ai an siauuup. stations, Dir.Tp air Kafn. Weather. 10YAl SCOTCH WHISKY DISTILLERS BY ROYAL WARRANTS OF APPOINTMEXT AND SUPPLIERS tvj.1'"" s majesty OHomaori -1' u TO II. M. THE KING and R. H. PRINCE OF AYALES. e. A aunt nuKi cf wauu).- BLACK Sz WHITE" 1 Scotch -Whisky IS ALL RIGHT JAMES BUCHANAN & CO., 43 Broadway, New York ARTHUR J. BILLIN, U. S. Manager. . Abilene X C2 71 .... Pt cloudy Arnarlllo XW -fl IS .... Clear Atlanta N'W is .... Clear Bismarck SK rj :i Snow Huflnln W 22 Clear Charlotte XB rM .... Clear Chattanooga N 4 (3 .... Clear C1nclrr.atl XW : .... Cloudy Cleveland XW 13 H .ci cloudy Chicago XW M 28 .... I't cloudy Columbui XW 32 S4 .... Cloudy Cairo XB M W Cloudy Cheyenne. XW M .... clear Concordia Pn ! n .... I't cloudy nuluth XW s II .... Clear luhunue XW M !S .... Clear Daenort X 34 Z2 ..'.. Snow Des Molnra XK Si 28 Snow Denver XB 51 .... Clear Hodac City X S6 4S ....'.Ciuir Kl l'ao V S4 7S .... Pt cloudy Port Hmlth XK 4 4S Cloudy Galveston SK C6 M .... Clar tirand Pinlds X 24 IS ?now (irand Junction X W 6-1 .... Clear Huron W 22 24 .11 cloudy Havre W s 34 .... C!ar Helena HW :4 J3 .... Cloudy Indrar.apolU XW 34 34 .... Cloudy jRcksonvllle XW en 72 .... Cloudy Kansas city XB 22 34 cloudy Little Rock XB 41 :i Cloudy Louisville X 3S SS .... Snow iAml'r Si: 38 M .... aar Mcr.timrr.ery W Si (J .... c.oudy Memphis XE 44 4t .... Cloudy Marquetlo ...W IS 2i) .14 Snow Modern. SC y. (0 .... Clear Xew York W 34 42 Clar Xorfolk XH 4 : .... Clar New Orleans SB 6: 72 .... Clear Xashvllle X O 41 .... Cloudy Xorth Platte X SO 44 .... Cloudy Omaha N 24 !? .03 Snow Oklahoma N 42 . .... Cloudy Philadelphia XW M 41 .... Clear PaWtlne SB CJ C4 Pt cloudy Pittsijurc X ?0 21 Snow Parkeriounr XW 34 34 .... Ft cloudy Pueblo s 43 51 .... Clear IVAprello SW 10 22 .... Clear Rapid City XW 2S s .... Clear St. Paul XW ! 20 Clear Shrevepcrt B 53 fir. .... Cloudy ScriniirlId. Ill X ti SO Snow St. LohU XK 23 31 snow Sprlnrflcld. Mo XB 21 :s . P.aln Salt Like XW 42 52 .... Cleir Santa. Fe SB 43 f4 .... Cloudy San Antonio SR 7J 73 .... Clear Vicksbure B 5S t4 .... Clear Valentine X 24 26 Cloudy Washington XW 3C 42 .... Clear Wichita XB CS 26 Cloudy Precipitation inappreciable. EDWARD 11 BOWin t-'t S'orrcast OUicial. STANARD'S SUPPORTERS MEET Outline riiiu to Elect Him Presi dent of Merchants' Exeh.'inge. A cauou' of the supporters of former Lieutenant Governor E. O. Stanard was held yesterday at the Merchants' Kx change for the purpose of outlining tho campaign to be made for Jlr. Stanard for president of the exchange. A member of the exchanse, discussing the race yesterday, said: "Mr. Stanard has a strong following in the wheat corner, among tho mllllnc men, nnd especially among the wholesale and banking Inter ests. "I be Helve that Mr. Gardner will not only have a strong following from the pit, but will have nlmot the solid voto of the brewery Interests. j "The members of the exchange realize Itcnl Estate Trnnifer. ARTHUR 50 ft- s. .. b-t. Ivanhce and Jamleson, citv block 4771: Franz Rlch arit Miller to Tbomaf. C Harrison and wlf-w. d ARTHUR ft., a. s.. . cor. Wat son road, city block 47M; Franklin In vestment Co. to Thomas C. Harriscn -w. d AUnERT-23 .. e. a . bIne 1 Au bt. city bloHc J7-5?: William F. Reck ham and wife to SfcCorrrJck-Kll-cn-Rule R. B. Co. w. d. RROADWAV 30 ft., e. , bet. llcrnsby and nodirl'lsi. city blcck 4234: Charlea a. iaioieu -ana wiie zo jacoo 11. Grorf and wlt w. d. .......... ........... IMTARD-30 fL. e. s.. bt. rae and Fountain, city hlock 3T71: Mary M. An-dre-as and husband to Mary W. Mc- Kecn w. d ClfKROKEE 25 ft., n. r.. bet. Penn sylvania and Minnesota, city block 10: llwrenco Tllleweln and wife to Jo-ph C i?jheld and wife w. d HENRIETTA 27 ft. S in.. . r . bet. X" braska and California, rlty bli--k 21JI: John W. Rowe and wife to Elizabeth Peoples w. d KEXS1XGTOX-33 ft., s. ... bt. Klnc's hltfhway and Academy, city block 4s3: John Weathers to Fred Stelner w. d. LEC 5-1 ft.. . s.. s. e. cor. I'rairle, citr block Z3Dt: Octb W. Howl and wife tr tTiarls J. Becker w. il MOXTnoMBIty 25 ft.. .. r., bt- Twen-tv-ttilnl and Twenty-fifth, city Meek 1054; Mury llradley to Susan L. Brad ley w. d McCAUSLAXD-Sl ft. 1 in., w. .. s. w. cor. Tyler, city block 477S: John Kirs to Fran Richard Miller w. d SHCNAXDOAII II ft., s. 8.. bet. X braska and Mlnneota. "city block 20?lr Carolina at. IMttman and husband to Peter Stupr w. d ST. VtXCEXT 25 ft., f. '. lx-lnc 2 St. Vincent, city Nock 2151.- FJ Stel ner and wife to John Weathers w. A.. UNIVERSITY- ft. 5'i In., s. s.. struth- man Schwenpe and wife to Xlcholas II. 7.lmnelmrn. Sr. w, d WEST !)EI.M5-3 ft., r. .: belnc 4457-5.'iJa-(3 Weit H-Mle. city hlock 4V3; Elizabeth Wheeiock and husband to I.u'a n. Reals w, d W'SF47 ft.. . a . bet. Tamm and Chil.lre... city bloc 1774: HarvevT. Mc Clelland and wife to Chas. P. Dolaa et At. w. d K.TCD l.M 4.5M 9. SOD 1.5.M 4,a I.MO U nalldiag; Permlti. I.enna C. Zeller. two-story brick. 474 Cottaf: J2.4W. Iithman Etnres Company, cne-storr brick. 21 Annllea: 540. T. M. j-iayman. one-story brick. 2127 Frank lin: J2.0M. Albert. Jacobs, three-itcry brick. 1JC4 Pine: James Eowe. one-itory Irlck. 2139 2I-Jl!an?hy: Willis If. Folk, alter one-story trick. 241S Keokuk: 55 0.. PLEURISY, PNEUMONIA, CONSUMPTION CURED Gsorge G. Hovey, 309 We$t I28th Street, New York Gty, lost 76 pounds in five months, but after using" Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey his health was restored and he has not Ioit a day's work in a year. He says he owes his life to Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey READ HIS OWN WORDS. I was tak;n 111 with Pleurisy nnd' pneumonia, which developed into consumption! When taken sick I weighed 210 pounds. In nineteen weeks I wasted away to 134'4 pounds. I tried eight of tho best doctors, and alt told me I could not live six month's. 1 tooli C"1 "Keen to thirty-five ffralns of creosote every day for a year without ben efit. I had seven severe hemorrhages, was' not able to walk up four steps ot stairs at a time without restlnrr. and was not able to attend to business for two venr r many i gavo up aoctorinp nnu ccsan takinu Duffy's Pure Malt Whisker. I be cured, as It Is the best remedy in tho wuriu. i owe my me to li. GEO. G. HOVEV. S00 West J2Sth St.. Xew York aty. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has carried tho blesalnc health into more homes dur ing the past fifty years than all other iiutncines commneu. it cures pneumonia, pleurisy, consumption, coughs, colds, grip, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma nnd all diseases of the throat and lungs; indiges tion, dyspepsia and every form of stom ach trouble; nervousness, malaria and all low fevers. It stimulates nnd "enriches the blood, builds up the nerve tissues, tones up the heart, kills disease germs, fortifying the system against disease and promoting longevity; makes the young strons and healthy and keeps the old youns. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey con tains no fusel oil nnd Is the only whiskey recognized by the Government us a med icine; this Is n guarantee. Prescribed by .CK doctors and used exclusively In 2,000 hospitals. ft.. iiIi?j-1'VI,en Ton ."k f?r ?" " VUT Mn Whisker be sore yon net utnS.71 iSHi V " ,r' '." "P,I Jan ch"nP itnltatlon and mnlt whlnker snb ?.ltir?i,.ci .1r! V.' on ,he ?.n.rkrt fop Pon "r. and irhleh. far 1 J.ci V,.'f. "7. ",U'7i are J"'tlrP,Jr ""'mini. Demand "Dnffj-'a" and be tnUiJ.HLtt i " 'r.ilhri0.nlr nbsoluieljr para Molt WhUkey which con-ii?HJ?eiMCi3"il-J,.i",n,"?,Tl"w ! DonV'. Pure Malt Whisker I f ni!!i ' .1-"Im Jh Vt."i.T'' nc'nk or balk, took X..r the trade- A 1 mnrU. the "Old Chenllit," on the label, and be certain the seal over the x--cork is nnhrokca. Benrare of refilled bottles, c'r,"", ""c "' "'r f taHfrJ'eLWi18 8T?c..rS;..or.l,lrect' '! " bottle. Interesting tncdical boouet free to any one. 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