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TilJU KUl'OiiLIC: MONDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1903. NATURE'S PEPSIN. JEALOUS ITALIANS WITH STILETTOS MURDER YOUNG MAN WHO PROTECTS WOMEN FROM DRUNKARDS ON "DAGO HILL." Lawrence Fahle and Alathew Walsh Ifospond to Appeals of Mi. Hi'ssic Meadow? and Mis. Kli.iiieili Miller to Ke.scne Them Willi Cry of "Americanos" the Italians Knoil; WuUh Down, bat He Ksu.ipes Alter Ui tipping Hat and Kevoher Fakir Siablieti in the Back While Women Hun After Receiving Knife Wound He Gives Battle Until One of lhe Crowd Kills Him With Walsh's Tistol Carlos Milan, Known as "Fienchie," Is Held by the rolii.e Faille's Mutilated Body Is Found on King's Highway at Early Hour Dozens of Gashes Indicted Willi Stilettos. CHARACTER ft is the measure of the man also MASGRSSItVyoRK the measure of the man's clothes bearing this famous mark GtrrxiCkl'Kskrtfal jjfdPenjamin5(9 MAKERS - NEW YORK "Character" is the watchword 1 SJK"1 X of BENJAMIN workers. From r'.r -::m the. first shrinkini in fhr finsi H i1 pressing their one aim is to U j. give the garments a character gj of their own. BENJAMIN Winter H & v Suits are designed, shrank, cut, and tailored by 3,000 salaried specialists in the most spacious and sanitary tailor-shops in the world. L4!J5-.. sVf4yfgti-r--' 'v,wVwWJ'-'-' - U-W-W Jl" - X "J? in if !F9fitfjr j 30a I -rv'""'TvrJ j i it 1 I i I I i 7YWFJJBWJW' ? i. ? -- ff s 1 ? i tkadimakk It sharpens the appetite. It promotes digestion. It quickens the gastric juice. It tones every organ. It soothes the nerves. It makes rich, red blood. It builds the white corpuscles. It brings the sleep of childhood. It puts the inv.gorating thrill ol perfect health Into all parts of tha foodj and lifts man or orain to new heights of mental and physical en joj merit. All druggists. Large bottle $1.00. Paw -Paw Pills 25 cents per bottle. ABLY WOUNDS SALOON RGBBER. Oliver 1'lory lc.Kf When Foiccd to Stand With Hai-ed Hands and Bu Sen died. LINED PATRONS AGAINST WALL Pioprietor Supports Finn After Latter Started to Shoot at the Footpads "With :i Small Kevoher. Oliver rion of No 921 Tjlti stieet Is th" hero of the battle between footpads v ho robbed Daniel O'Brien's, saloon, early vestcrday morning, and patrons, who were lined against the wall, to wait their turn to be deprived of money and valuables. The police have lcirned that the bullet which wounded Joseph Smith, one of the iootpad, was fired b Flory. who began the light by discharging a small weapon. 0 Brlen joined the fight with a large re volver and sent several bullets through Smith's coat, but failed to "strike his body. -Smith is at the, Cltv Hospital, a prisoner, but so far has not been Identified by de tectives as a local criminal. He iefu-es to give the police information is to his 1 lentitv. Thomas Tlmmer, said to hive been re- entlj released from the renitentiar, was arrested sho-llv after malting his escape from the saloon and has been identified as Smith's companion The monej $24 30 taken from O Brlcn's ca-h register has not bion recovered Smith and Titnmer. it Is charged, came Into the aloon. which in situated at Ninth and Tvlcr streets about 1:15 vc-terda mnrnlnc. and with drawn revolver", or dered O Brien riory and several patrons to raNc their h ind- Compelling the men to stand In a row ilong the wall, one of the robbers Mitrched them while the other went be hind tne bir to take the contents of the i egt-ter. Before Smith could ride any one's pock t nrj drew his revolver and fired. The rosb tance wa- so unexpected tint the rc.1ih.r-" wcie disconcerted, and one. said to have bn Tlmmer. relreuted to the loor smith tiied to follow, but was shot li llnrv. Hu fell to the floor and sur i ndeied Patrolman Lnch. who came into the -le ntrancc of the saloon just as Tlm nior left the place, recognized the Utter and gave rinse Tlorv and O'Brien dis armed Smith ard cilled an ambulance rnrcli-I.I;rlil "Vlnlrlies It Is Mirpri-hig the difference there Is In tin various kinds of matches offered foi Mile. Starch-Light Matches have the .oputiillon of being as perfect ah anj on iho market It is claimed that their su peiioi nlnts .lie: Tint thci are 1 irger. Iomm r and -mouther tick, unequ lied lighting iimlitl- and that tin will burn i full hair minute. Thv qualltUs rec ommend tin Siaich-Llnht Matchc- to housekeepers, discriminating smokers and sencnil users In ovtrv box there Is a coupon of sufficient value to make the p'neha-o of Scaich-Light Matches worth while Ale for --lie b all giocers llernif Follccmnn SnfTucntpil. N'iw "iork. Die fi Patrolman Prank J. Rsdlcan lnl 'his life to-night during th" I -ogress of a lire in a restaurant in rul tmi -treet. ludiean ill-covered the fire and, -rtcr turning in an alarm returned to the building to w ini the tenant of the i pper floors. nil of whom escaped After Lie lhe wc out Redlcan was found suffo i tt. d In a room on the third Hour. 1U7.0KS FANCY SHAVING MUGS. brush i;s Ladies" fanev hair brushes and comb". Koken Barbers' Suppl.v Co , 315 Market st ntVMC McitA-LVMi. FMnn. M" . Ifc'C l-rrank M.-OuxUnfl Roi up thla morninp mad, e nrc. wrnt hack to bed nn.l dld intnnlb r lie-irt rillur He was i no t the oMt CtiKlis or Jllllcr t.iuntj. HEN'S WATCHES FROM $1.00 to $500.00 V Sole Agents for 0smF I VACHERON AND C0NSTANTIN WATCHES. --1 . "-"A. F.W. Drosten. TSfrAivdPiNB Sts p LRWREMCE FAHLE TflErtOBDERED I II, ,g.. 1 o x. OMEL.L s ;:: 4.. - I i t : : : stiet j - 1 --- 1 5 I ' ra"rf!i tj&urorm? &s2?mma&i4r t &. .. i;s.i. jrmri r-rnewmw'M ' irrot? - -vMFflF WHILi: RCSl'ONDIXGTOTHK APl'LWI. Or MIl 15i:Shli: IU1)US AM) M1!S i:li7.aui:th mil.l,eij rou puo i eci iov rnoi a i-now u or intoxicatcu IT1UIANP. LWREXCn FAHLE HAS MURDERED, HIS COMPANION. MA'l- THiaV WAISH, USCAI'lNli In jealous rass. a tmml ot liitoiic.itcil It.iliaiis, armed with stilettos, on their way home from a dance on Dago!ill" eterday mornins. munlered 'Lavvrenefl Fahle of No GT:i Botanical avenue, who had Kallantlv offered protection to two women who h.id len in companv with the Italians and who had appealed to him for aid. Tallin's mutilated hodv was, found at o'clock at a spot on thf east -Idc of King's Highway boulevard about 300 feet north ot the Missouri Pacific Railroad tracks, where evidences pf a terrible struggle were cppirent The body waj found by John O Drien ot No 4364A Swan avenue, a watchman for the Mishouri-Paciflc Railw.is, who notilled Patrolman John r. Coughlin of the Sev enth District. The body was removed to the morsue, where it lay for two hours unidentified "While attendlnpr church service the brothers and sisters of Faille le irned that a man had been found dead near King's highway ard Manchester avenue, and, fearing fot their brother, who hid not le turned home during the night, Frank Fahle went to the morgue, where he identified the bodv. Up to this time the police h-ul not found a clew to the man"er In which oung Fable had met his death Later it was lenrned that he had been in the companv of Mathevv Walsh ot No. is:i Kennett placf. an engineer nt the Hdraulic Press Brick Companv, who had attended a dance with Fahle at Garibaldi Hall on Shaw avenue, "Dago IU1 " Walh vas placed under an est because his hit was found .it the i-ceno of the murder. He told the police of the episode of the women; hoiv the Italians h id it taclted him and Table, and bow lie es caped their wrath by running, believing that Fahle had done the same thing Upon the statement of Walsh the police arrested Mrs. Hcbie Meadows of No 270! Eugenia street, and Mrs Elizabeth Miller of No SilS Walnut street, the women ovir whom the tragedy occurred Both wen found at the homo of Mrs Bessie Mead ows, and when taken to the Seventh Dis- HOT ASHES START A FIRE. Stl COt- Sheds in Roar of Morgan Itt'ideiK es Uiiiiictl. Fire. caused h the dumping ot hot ashes In a shed in the rear of No 33IS Morgin street. csterday afternoon dim aged the building and several other Jikc structures to the extent of ?I0( Tlio lire -pread from the "shed in the rear of Mr- S. Iishe'- residence to the premises or H. II. Barnes, No. J3i! Mor gan Ftreot. and to a shed in the rear or Mr S P. Younc's residence. No "-J22 Morgan street. Two other sheds, one In the rear or C Linger s residence. No 3311 Lucas avenu-, and anotbci. owned b A. W. Blgelow ot No 3321 Lucas avenue, wcie burned WATCHED FROM $5.00 to $300.00 tt the Celebrated lamr hMfitsi wii-f-.sr'rsixrj - s rriHLES BODY tnct Police Mntion tlieii t.t itemmts til- llcd exactij with the statement of Walsh The women are being held for the Coio- ner STABBED IN BACK BY ONE OF TEN ITALIANS. The killing was a virtu ll mobbing, .is about ten Julians nre anl to have taken patt in the fight against Fahle and Walsh The deid nnn's body .it the Morgue ill plajed evidences of hate and vindlctiw nc A stab wound in the b ick, infllctid with u stiletto, showed plalnlv tint Fahle hid been taken unan.ues by nn un-cen foe. A bullet wound in the right temple, the most serious of his injuries, in all proba bilitv caused dcith, and Is believed to have been Inlllcted after Fahle fell. The dead man was klckid and beaten into an almost unrecognizable' mass His body was covered with bruises and con tusions inflicted bj blunt instrument Through descriptions given b the wom en to the police, thiee Italians are known to have participated In the nffrav. About fifteen men were rounded up during the da, but none was positive! identified ai being present at the time ot the killing except Carlos Milan, known as "Frciichlo " Milan wa irrested on "Dago Hill' about 4 o'clock estcrdav afternoon, but as he was unable to talk English, but little Information could be gotten from him According to Walsh, ho. in companv with Table, had stirted from Garibaldi Hall to go home shortlv before 2 o'clock. On Kings highwa. near McBea avenue, thev noticed a crowd of Italiins- standing on the sidewalk. With them were Mrs Meadows and Mrs .Miller. The women, apparentl, were trving to leive the Ital ian part, all of whom wrc inclined to be noisv and boisterous. Ah AV.ilsh and Fahle- approached, it is halJ. Mrs Meadows appealed to them for protection "Wont vou l.Indh escort us to the stieet e.u," she vaid, "we are afraid of thee 11 ilMiis " Fahle insvvercd: "Yes come on, we arc gding that jj ourselves," and with that ARMY DOESNT NEED Koot Asks ronK".s lo (live (Jen- enil Sl.ill Fioo Scojm' and Chaucc lo Prove ll.elf. COAST DEFENSES NEEDED. Urges Only That Pioiiipt Ai tion ?c T.ikcn lo Hendor Not En- thel. Dt'fi'iiM'lcss Or- lain New Porta. UBi'fni.u; uri.i l .Washington, Dec S "I do not think that any important legislation regarding the arm will bo advisable for some time to iconic," sas Secretary Root In the last annual report he will make as the head of the War Department This remark shows how complete! the nrm has been reorganized since the closb of tho Spanish-American "War, and he en tered the Cabinet. He shows Jn his report that the General Staff Is fast settling down to efficient performance of the du ties for the discharge of which it was organized, and that ahead great'benefits are being derived from the operation of the militia law. which, fully as Important as the general staff act, provides for the LEGISLATION m'imiMm ttsi . frmmyM czrt tmMM&IKl lizzie -r r , .t;& MMn fa&zmffllm who escape 'P f JUKIgli i 7v "" jal KjBm&$ ttf BESSIE MEWOW tile yu.utet -tatted tu elo-s tin Mi-souri Pacific Killvviv tr.uk- The Italians at Hist did not knov, what to make of this unexpected move on the pirt of the women, and for s-cveral "-cc-onds stood looking aftei them mid their eenrts and jibbtrin in their native to-igue ASSASSIN h SIGNAL. IS "AMERICANOS." One of their iiumbci large -t.iture. seemed a man of rithel tn be the nng- leader, and at bis command the ri t of the band started to follow. Fahle and Wjlh hovever, did not pi much attention to them On the north -Ido of the lallroad tracks the leader ot the Italians shouted "Amer iennos' ' The word -ccmed to work liko magic upon the little band, who b this time had worked themselves into a pitch of ex citement which boded no good to the men who lnd championed the cau-c of tile w omen With shouts and jeir the word "Amer icanos" being lepcdtcd, the fieuzled men then ran. It is - lid, to the attack, the foremost overtaking Walsh ind unking him a blow upon the head, felled him to the ground Jumping over his pio-trate torm, sev eral of the Italians made for Table, who, seeing tint the Italians meant to fight, prepared to give bittlt. Walsh lnd no sooner gained bis fei t 'tb in he wis set upon bv four or five, Fahle. by this time, it Is slid,, was. ev en inglng blow for blow, which onlv seemed to incrca-e the aggressors' anger Wil-h. who hid been knocked to the ground several times, nas ri-i'ig lo bis feit, when Table shouted to him to run for his life. He (I'd so, lfe is, and thought thul rihlc. too, had ecnped 'J he women, in the heat ot the eveitc ent touk to their lucK but J'ahle. vui rounded on ail sides b his foe, i oulil not get avvnv from the scene of the .ittugglo. equipment of the citizen -oldlcr on the same b iU as tho regclar irmy. The single oxci ption to the absence of nece-sit for any legislation is the piess ing need of coast dtfensis lor the Insular po--essions Sin Juin, P. 15.: Pearl Har bor and Honolulu Haibol, Hawaii, San Luis d'Apra, Guam, Manila and Subig Bi, In the Phllliplm-, in i be- fortified mileklv if piojects for their defen-e arc approved ! Congress and the amount ot mono e-tlmated is appripiiited Sccrctnr Root -ns on this, important point. "There might to be no del 1 in putting all of t! ec points in such a condition th it at least the will not U defen-ile--, against anv sudden lor.iy b a single, lightly .annul crui-er The subject of fortllic ition of naval stillons in the West Indies jl-n nils for immediate attention A Joint nrniv mid nav lioinl hn been in the Wut IndKs during the lust month, examining the .a i tioni. with n viiw ot determining (he x tcnt ami clnracter ot the fortifications rc iiulrcd" Mr Root stati- that the nctu il trencth of the ngulir annj on Otlobti 1"i. t03. was 1CSI officers aid 33 BOO en'lsted men. a total of "a.lSI Or these, S3J wtre In this countr. Ti'iOO in the Philippines, 711 in Cuba. IM in Porto Rico. 197 in Haw-ill, 131 in China ind ".00 In Alaska In the infantrv branch thele ale 21 V.t offlcirs ind mm. In 470 In the artlllcrv corjis and 12 17") hi tho i.iv.alr. There are il-o in the mllit.il s-rvlre "1(J oflucis and men of the Porto Rico regiment. 4WI riilllppire -(out- and 2S07 men in tho Hospital Corps The total net dec reuse in the mllitarv establishment during lhe vcai is 1137S Enlistments for the voar were 577 for stiff departments and 17,714 for tin line. The latter were selected from 91,97S ap plicants. Total expenditures of the War Depart ment for the fiscal vi.ir ended Juno ", l'OO. were $1CSj77,7C2 St. Tor the i urrent fiscal ear the appropriations, aggregate (124.917 343 SI. The estimates for the next fiscal car amount to tl25 929.SC.4S, Second lllntrlnl In Ske Cnc. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Labclle, Mo, Dec, G The second trial ot Bruce Skvc- charged with an assault on Miss Allen Woods in Salem Township la--t June, closed csteri!a In another mistrial. 15 Indian Territory and back via M., K. &. T. R. December 8. CHRL.OS rllLRN THE 1TRLIRH -SUSPECT and w us tlui pitted agiinn the irovfti ami the tight to him became one of life or death Wal-h. In the struggle, had dropped a revolver to the cruund, which for some time wav not notlceu Fahle and -eviril of the It-ill ins, js said, fought desperattl for the weapon; the latter gained it and the firearm of the defensive put was used as a mans of ending Fable's llfo after he had been st Ibbcd When the bodv of Fahle was found a Imll-t vound told tin- stor of the re volver s put in the tnged. although none of tin. parties wbo fled fiom the -cone had beard the "hot EKtOUr MADE TO CL'T FAHLE S BODY lO PIECES That miiiv blows were aimed it Fahle s struggling foim h hinds gn-ping sti lettos was.c.vldeneed bv the clothes which the dead mrtn wore ..t the time of the hitlle Minv -lit- im. down and crossvvl-e if thi b ick of Faille's coat showed how near he h id come to being cut to pieces Fahle. who was but 26 veir-. old. was born ard re itcI In St Louis He bore a good reput itiiin and was emplovcd at the H di aullc-Press lii'ek Compiny. The women, who were the caue ot the trouble adniltlid that tlicy had frequentl f.ono to "Digo Hill" to attead dances. The, however had not attended the d nice at wnicli Fahle and Walsh had spi nt the c ening. and Walsh declared tint neithcrvhe nor Fahle had ever seen the women befoie and that their motive for offering to assist the women was the fear for what -cemed to be the women's perilous position t'p to i late hour last night no further arrests h id been made In the c ise. Several Rail in- suspected of compliclt are. how ever, absent fiom the 'hill," and It Is believed, through fear, are in hiding Joseph Herri, uccording to the women, w-is a member of the Italian part. The women, although it b" admitted that the hive told the truth a far as is known alwut the case, nre aid to know more til in the lave et divulged. The police believe that Faille was st ibbed ear ly in the light and ill the presence ot at lc i-t one of the wotntn. An Inquest over the bodv will, in all probability, be held this morning at 10 o'i lock. BEGGED TO SAVE HIS FOOT. J!o'h Linili (JriKuliid Slicet Car. bv 01ii- liuis fJinslirg, 14 eirs old was -.track b an Olive street car csti idji afternoon at the entrance to the World's Tair grounds and his leg cut off b the wheels of the car. Transit Compiny nhsleiins amputated his foot a few inches above the ankl. His parents, who live at No. 1994 South Itroadw i, had not been notified that their -nn li id met with an accident, lhe diild lay on a cut in the Cit Hospital and lugged the doctors not to cut his foot off. and th it the bring hi" mother to him IJin-bcrg has lxin i mpioyed by Silvelor ,e Stew nt " irrand bo. He eloes not know thit ids foot has been amputated. '1 he win els of the car h ft only a strip of skin for tho doctors to cut to complete- the ampul ition Tlio lxiv -is tint bo did not Intind to Loard tho ear that hit him. but tb it he was cro Ing the track, supposing that the car would slow up to take the passengers that wire waiting and that the motormin 1 tit on extra, sp. ed. knocking him down. Catarrh of nose or throat Immediately relieved and ultimately cured by the use of "Eoio-rormalln." (Elmer &. Amend) LIBERTAD MAKES FAST TIME. Haltlc-lii' ISought From Chili" by England .Makes Fast Time. Glasgow. Dec. 6. Speed trlaH ot the Libertnd, which, with her sister ship, the Constitution, has been sold to Great Brit ain by the Chilean Government, have re sulted In an average of 20 3 knots per 1 our. thus showing that, she is the Xastest battleship afloat. SHAVING SETS AND HAIR BRUSHES An thing pertaining to men's toilet. Kcken Barbers' Supply Co , 915 Market st. JOHN EADLS. rilot Orove. Mo . Dec H John I2ade. a nclbknown stockman and farmer, died at hl3 home near hf-re tu-da. The price is right. Distributors here. Wt are Seb F&-&n2ERFK& Co. 213-213 N.Broadhr&y. ,SERMflN-flB!RICa DOCTORS, C R I j Di HEAD OF AN E L 2Cfjinti"" Solidli'il In T.iKi' Oui 1'oliiii". by I'siiing SiiriII Wccklv riviiiiuuii. QUESTIONABLE MEANS USED. Oj'iMi'n.'iit'- of 2Cegio Colletioi' of Cii.sloiii" ol South Caiolin.i Call Atluniion to Fact ( 'nmii.iny i'lutcnds to It Incoiporalcd. RBPIT.I.IC sl'LU VL AVashlngton, Dec. C South Carolina, pol iticians and others who have lx.cn trying to prevent the confirmation of the ap pointment, of Doctor Crum. the negro Col lector of Cjstoms at Charleston, are much interested in the charges which have been brought against him. to the effect tnat he l running .in Industrial Insurance com panv advertised as an incorroratod or ganizatlon, but fqr which articles of in corporation have never been taken out. A. S Berr. another negro, lijing in Charleston, who was a former partner of Doctor Crum in the insurance business, was instrumental in bringing the facts to light, and the case has now been turned over to the Attornc .General of South Carolina to ascertain if Doctor Crum is liable to criminal action. While it Is not full determined that any action can be taken against him. the op I onents of Doctor Cnim feel that the circumstances will srcatl strengthen their side of the controv crs. The business of the company of which Crum Is president is conducted entirely among negroes, who are solicited to take out insurance in small amounts and to pa the premium in sums of 23 or CO cents to collectors, who will call every week. It is charged that these companies make, big profits by questionable methods; for instance, by. Instructing their collectors not to c ill on n pation when he seems to Ih likely to die. His pollc thus lapses and tne company is released from any moments. In ease the patron's state of iK.-iIth fulfills expectations. Doctor Crum and Mr. Berry weio part ners in such a company until recently when thev had a disagreement and sep arated, dividing the business and each continuing to run a compan. It Is said that the sol'cltor- for Crum's compin use his name to good advantage in securing business among the negroes and. while all the printed matter of the companv -peaks of It as "incorporated," It was discovered at the State capital that articles never had been taken out. TitciiM Ilelveri stolen. Twenty revolvers, valued at $250. were stolen from the wurehou-e of the Floro dora Tag Comparf, No. 103 North Eighth -trect, esterday afternoon The police were unahlo to discover by what means tho thieves had entered the store. The ne gro Janitor declared that he had seen sev eral white boys in the vicinity early In the day. Ay Ask your doctor about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for colds, v coughs, croup, asthma, bron chitis, consumption. He knows. Trust Jfada by J. C. Ayer Co . towell. Mui. Alio m&auStoiurerB of AYER'S HAIR VIGOR-For the hair. AYER'S SARSAPARIXLA-For tho Wood. OS era NERVOUS DECLSNE, l.loid l'ol-n I'araljps Biil''p'.. Kczma. IIliumatfni V-irlcoe'e. I ui tun- IlMlriKfle rhltnmlx "lies TNtul-i -tilctu'o an I all pain ful I rlaarv D "o l'( III-D I-OH LIU: AT V SVI Vl.t. COST AM IMHII AS IIe)U TK l .VltVSri.L. ( ill or vv-lte tii-.Tlj in - it T.-.1 crnfitlnc for proofs 1 1 riircs in.l n Vm 111 rtt iblbllity H 1 l-tllltul prlv if ! iiki (a .ill .'i.ea-es j. itKh n, th iifmcteil ( oi.ivr; st. ST 1.0 1 IS no POPE AVENUE PASTOR TAKES CHARGE OF CHURCH. Tin- Itrva-n-iii! A. W. Itcllllinnl tllf latest ililltluii to M. I. mils l'rbterliiuisni. The Reverend A. W. Relnhard. who re cent! accepted the pastorate of the i'Dp" Avenue Pri'-b terian Church. No 4411 Penro-e "treet, esterday morning preached hi- first sermon there, and took charge of the pulpit. He will be formail.v installed a- soon is THE RKVEREND A. W. REINHARD. Who took charge of the Pope Avenue Presb terian Church jesterday. the Presb tcry of St. Louis makes ar rangements, but his active work dates from jesterdav. Mr. Relnhard is well known in this city. For five years he was pastor of the First German Presb terian Church, and after resigning that position served two year as the chaplain of the Betbesda institu tions. Because of the bad health of members of his family, several ears ago he went to Colorado, and began the work of the mlnistr In Denver. There he founded i German-English church, secured the fund to erect a hmd-ome building and built up a strong congregation. Mr. Relnhard is the first pastor of th Pope Avenue Church The congregation grew- out of a Sunday-school mission, founded, and for a long time fostered, by tlio Lee Avenue Presb terian Chunh. The formal organization of the church took place early last fall, and slnc"e that time the pulpit has been filled each Sunday by supplies. The congregation numbers seventy, there are more than 200 scholar In lhe Sundu -school and the building Is free of debt. Cabn. ' St.tLoul- to Havana and return. JOT. vli Illinois Central. Special fnldi l just issued. Ticket Office. 2US North Broidway. Killed Cniiipfl'nlon While llnntlnK. ' RRI'lTIILItt i-PLCIAL Taylorvllle, III., Dec 6 Burley Mercer. 17 ears old, was shot and Instantly killed to-day by his companion, Edward Norm, while out. hunting The shot, which was accident il, cut the bo s Jugl.ir vein ar 1 windpipe. 0 s him. 3Ec , SCC , SI 00 Sold for 60 7circ. AYER'S PILtS For constmaifoa. ATZR'S AGUE CURE For mslana ard gjse. GEcasarjEHj - .-..-- T r f " -: i -A j- i HHH ! Pectoral fl i I 1 k m&MmiMiMfS. &iAmi&V&2M2d&jxL&Mti$ jl-M&m&m'Mztiz' - iAJM Brrt 4