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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JANUARY. 24. 19(U.
J V -V fr 7 DAYS MORE. The Tims Limit This Offar Must Be Accepted Before February I. Think of What This Offer Means The Hearing Restored for $3.00; Catarrh Cnrsd for $3.00; Asthma, Kidney, Livir, Stomach Trouble, Hervous Diseases, Blood Poison or Lung Diseases Banished for $3.00. Tlie ofer of treatment for $3 flO is made t a greni sacrifkc. Consequently the Ime is iim'lfC. to continue so ;aw a rate in drfl iltelv Dii1il Tie Imm.s''ble. Prcfe- slonril i'Ctri. aie nut consideied. and it dots nut ioer tlm .utunl cost of medi cines nt refill. It I? a rjiecna-n unity fr all vhi -tutt'T trom nm chron'e dlae to e rwrnian"i)tl' n.iored to h-alth. It Is merely nominal, apd jet it covers ji whole month. CVitorrh. lTfne". A;hms, Dvs- pepsla. Kldnev and Odd"- TrnubV. a-rthnumatln. rv9Us D'se's'S and Rlco-J r Poison: all mill be treated for $300 ptr men. I:, if th's o'.er was made hv a po clalK unknown to vou and slrnplv meant uro'ep'onol cr,Mee' i ait cni. it nt-obably well afford to east It a'd. t'-it when vnu realize that It 's th oiTer of Dr. Jonathan Ton ell. whose success In the core or chrenlc d'seae is bejond nuep tinn. Rnd irclues. bede? his skilled and ejtiKriencod treatment, all medi cines for both local and constitu tional uro, compounded in his own tntwvator". von m'l sfe a' o"" tiat joii cannot affo'd to let it pasi Three weeks if 'he rf"- limit hav li'-""' oxjit'cil. January 31 doea the offer. Apply eai'v In he inontn .-.n.1 'void the crows .'ir.' u rs'her Pt its loe. If ri are linage to call write for home treatment svmptcra Wan'f. Itrmemtor oi nre offered not rrerelv treatment fo' y.l.Dft. but medicines. examination nnd professional attention for SO dajy. No inurable case accepted. H0M1 TREsSSt, $3.00. Ynu can to cured by Dr. Powell's treat ment In -r cv n home. It is the most perfect irethod of home treatment et -vised. Wntv for home treatment sjrap tom blank, which will b sent free. A Startling List ot Cuns. Mr. Jolin Pnll!nclin!tr, No iri mo ver Ave . 11. Lou's was c-red of ddfiiess by Dr. PowH's tieatmtnt la one 'nonth's tite. Mr. Chnrlrx Jfoclilc. No. iC5 Dav ton t.. St. LouK stud: "Dr. Ponell'.s treatment for catarrli rnd d-af.icss has teen a wonflcrfn sscctss In ra .case. It has stopped the Lnzslre; and he'l rns ng In the henn and Ins restored my hearing." Sirs. Ji.bn llrewier. No. ES N. Sth ''t . Hast St. Lcui" 111.. wj cured of n bad ch'h of catarrh an1 athma of twelve r-' rtaridinc. Jlr. Harry Tlmnins, No IsiS Trei'iy Ave. Eirt St. Lo.iis, 111., was cured ot cntarih of the bronchial tubes which had est-nded into the lung?. Mn. Uittlien smith. No K2 South Tai lor Ave. St I)j'-. '3S cured of nervous Vfcll'ty and fylr.nl trouble which had iwi LL GIVE $1000 IF We Fell to Cure Any Cancer o. 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Nothing known to equal KU-BO for the cure of all diseases or the Blood. Nerves and Stomach. Kidney and Bladder troubles. They tone up the whole system and make ou feel like a new aerson. After tekins one or two boxes of KU-BO TABLETS vou will be a nt subject to Join the KU-BO CLUB KU-BO goes right to the spot and effects a quick rure. KU-BO contains no alcohol; at the same time It is a. great stimulant. It contaln'no poisonous Drug or Opiates. It Is made and sold upon honor, and should 70U derive no benefit from Its ue we will refund your money. Sold by WOLFF-WILSON DRUG CO., or sent by mail upon receipt of $1.00. SEND 100 FOR LIBERAL TRIAL PACUSETO KROPP REMEDY GO, CHIC ABO, ILL. PUBLIC SCHOOL EXHIBIT CONTRACT IS AWARDED. Board of Education Accept Bid of Jf. D. TWcfcTrfre for $5,0TO Legisla tion Affecting Teachers. Tho Board of Education met In ad . Joufned session yesterday afternoon and opened the bids for the construction of the " exhibit for the St. Louis schools at the "World's Fair. The Educational Exhibit Committee was authorized to close a con tract with N. D. Wickwlre of this city, vcn was the lowest bidder, at $3,670. rfhe other bidders were: The American Construction Company, $6.73; Standt & " Ttockeld Construction Company, JU.534; F. Baske. $6,330; Central Construction Com pany, $5,800; J. Monk, J6.X6; De Lisle Con ' stractlon Company, JJ6O30; Baerveldt Con v Btructlon Company, S.30O; P. A. Macken non Co . 112.706; Wellecer Manufacturiie - Company. J7.400; E. F. Seldel Jianu- The board decMed that It would wait no lnjer for any acttcn- on the oart of the Ftat board, as the time was Betting phoit. mt open the bids at once-though It Is still rxrected th-t the StntcJIairil -4-1""" BABY'S VOICE feel the exquisite, thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and "vfear. Every woman should know that the danger, paiq and-horror . of child-birth can be entirely avoided by the use of Mother's Friend, " a scientific liniment for external use only, which toughens and renders t. oliablfl all the carts, and ? . ' . i. assists nature in its sublime - work. By its aid thousands of women have passed this . treat crisis in perfect safety " - fm m . A and, without pain, sola at 91.00 per bottle by druggists. Oar book of priceless value 'to all women sent free. Address torn ft. t&jimMammaisr'jrrx?? s ?w?v?tmwtXi&gi. l. iy izxr ri.s. isr DR. JOVTI.X POWELL . feSliM'li'tel) '.i ISSS 1 weakened and wrecked her entire system. In sjciklnir of her case, she said: "I have qilnctl IS noiinds. and have rever felt bet ter in my life" Mr. John Kntsmnn, No CM Summit Ave. Kist St. Louis. III. was cured cf catarrh of the nose, throat nni stomach In pciWnr of hr trcat-m-t s."ie tavs- "I an perfectly well and advise evcryfcodv to co ond be examined If the Doctors cinncit cure vdu thev will tell v ou so free of charffe " Mr. Solo Minn Mncllcr. nrllevllle. 111. was cured of cstarrh of th" stomich. liver and nlefn Mr. I. .1. Honil, No 131W N. 13th St.. Pt Lnuls. itai cured of catarrh of the throat, vhlch had developed into asthma. Tiie Powell Medical Institute, Dn. P. MEREDITH PERKINS, Chief Consul ing Phv siclcn. 201 ODD FELLOWS' BLDG., Mnth mill Olive Streets, ST. I.OUIS, 3IO. OFFTCi: llOURH-S a m to 1 p m : 2 to 5 p m.: Wlne.sinvs and Siturdavi 7 to S P. m : Fundajs. 30 a. m. to 12 m. and talk with. the lip, face or Cancer nearly Poor cured free If Cancer Is -very malL free, with symptoms, addresses and tes will include the contract In the work for their own exhibit. The question of engaging Miss Nettle J. AYajland to take charge of the lunchroom at the McKlnley School was the subject of some discussion, owing to the question of the ability of the school in Its uncom pleted state with only COO pupils to support the outlay. C. W. Johnson was partic ularly anxious that the risk should not be undertaken if it were not self-supporting. It was Anally agreed to make the con tract under the condition that Miss Way land be paid a semlquarterly salary of $100 for the remainder of the scholastic year. An allowance of tSSO was made for per ishable supplies for the work In the man ual training department of the McKlnley School. Arrangements were maae to provide the school with a typewriter, piano and a tele phone IV. C. McNu't was appointed a teacher In the Manual Training School at the mini mum salary, to succeed A. R. Kissack. transferred to the McKlnley School. The recent appointment of Miss Louise M. Bowe as fifth assistant at the Central High School was made to date from Jan uary 4.i - Carpenter Lost Three Pinners. T?riw!n Calvert, aged SO. a caroenter liv ing nt No 1534 North Seventeenth streets employed at the Hamilton-Brown Shoo Company. wMle working a revolving plan: yesterday, allowed the plane to slip He- suffered tre loss or tnteo lingers of his left hand. He is at the City Hospital inir der treatment. la the joy of the household, for without it no happiness con be complete. How tweet the picture of mother and babe, -angels i smile at and commend the thoughts and aspirations of the mother bending over the cradle. The ordeal through which the expectant mother must pass, how ever, is so full of danger and suffering that she looks forward to the hour when she shall MOTHER'S FRIEND WILL SELL HIS ALL FOR WOMAN STRANGLED Doctor Krierdorff to Sacrifice Rings, Pins and Furs in Order That the Notorious Mile. Bompard May Travel Back to England In Luxury She Will Not Part With One of Her Gems. 1 . rrnH MRS. GABRIELLE BOMPARD. BY HENRI JENE DU BOIS. New York, Jan. 23. Gabrlelle Bompard Jh to ba sent back to England from Ellis Island. Doctor Krierdorff, who camo with hsr. Is to sell his furs, rings and scalf pins so that she shall not have to travel in tho steerage. She has a pearl necklace, pearls at her ears, furs, a medallion of strange ancient Persian art, but she will not sell them. She sent to roe a letter of introduction from one of my classmates, a dear frlesd. He is Intelligent, experienced, kind and adores bis wife. She has persuaded Ga brlelle Bompard that America wanted to see her rehearse In a trance her p&rt in the murder of Gouffe that startled the world fifteen years ago She wrote under her letter of Introduc tion to me an appeal to take her out of Ellis Island. I went there to see her. She was in ih Commissioner's office and seemed to be at home. I may describe in a word the Impression tnat she makes upon one. She does not appear to be "nat ural." Uhls term is obscure, I know, and badly expresses my thought. She came to me, saying to the Commis sioner: "X know Mr.du Sola." This was not tfu.. sine we'ntd never seen each other, but the accent with which it was said was stranger stliL if crystal could speak it would speak In that way. She wore a snort gray skirt, a gray Jacket and a fur cape. Tnls dress did not become her. and she seemed to be in a sort of disguise. NO REMORSE, NO PLEASURES. "Have you no remorse?" I asked her. "No," she replied, smiling. "Then." I said. " ou have no pleasures." "No." she replied. I Bald to her that she was a public peril. I told her that hypnoUsm was a super stition of science, even as the black art was a superstition of ignorance. I pleaded for Doctor Krierdorff. "He is young, of good antecedents," I said. She replied that he was more learned than I imagined, that he was a pupil of Charcot nnd sincerely interested In hypno tism She said that he loved her. "He says that he has much power over you, that he hypnotizes you. Will you not disillusionise him?" I asked. "No," she replied. "I do not know what I am doing1 when he has put me to sleep." "You know what happens," I said. "You fro through all the phaoes of Gouffe's mur der. Aren't you sorry?" "No," she replied. "I feel nothing." "You were under contract In Paris with William Ravel, whose father and uncles were celebrated as clowns here years ago." I said. "He had a real Interest In you. He spent much money to obtain an engagement for you among managers of extraordinary shows." "He was not successful at once," she re DEED CONVEYING LOUISIANA TERRITORY IN STE. GENEVIEVE Valuable Old Document "Which Was Given by Spain May Be Exhibited in the Historical Section of State Building at the World's Fair. One of the most valuab'e historic docu ments In Missouri is in the vaults of the old Catholic Church at Ste. Genevieve. It has reposed there for many years 'among the treasures of the ancient parish, and has now come to be looked upon as part of the archives of the church. The document is the original Instrument conveying the Louisiana Territory from Spain to France, and confirming the'grants' of land madu to churches and individuals Jjy the former country. Many of these grants are still In effect and being en joyed by descendants of the pioneers of the Mississippi Valley. At this time the document Is particu larly interesting because of the celebra tion of the centennial of the Louisiana Purchase 'with the World's Fair. It K understood that an effort will be made to secure the paper to exhibit In the historic .section of the MIseourl State building. The Unliea States Government-will ex hibit in Us Exposition building the orig inal document wnich conveyed the Louis iana Territory trom France to the United States. If the older deed couni be se cured It wouid make the chain complete and add greatly to the interest and value of the historical exhibits. , The' Reverend Father Charles L. van Tourenhout, pastor of bte. Genevieve, says there is no aouDt oi tne authenticity oi tho document. He has complete knowl edge of Its history from the time of Its signing down to the present day. It Is written In French and la full of the for mality which fl led important legal docu ments of that day. FAMOUS SIGNERS OF TREATY. On the purt ot France the document la signed by Charles Dehault Dei&ssus. Gov ernor under Napoleon of the Louisiana Territory. There are two originals of the document, one in French and the other In Spanish. The latter was sent to Spain and may stlil be seen there, and the for mer Is the one In 8te- Genevieve. On the nart of Stoaln the sleners were Manuel de Salcedo, Marquis of Cata-Calvo: Charles .rmenex. oecreiary oi war, ana Andre Lopes Arusesta, Above the- signa tures Is a paragraph setting forth that the document shall be published with due Solemnity, with beat ot dram, and posted In. the usual places. j1 The document came Into the hands of the pastor of Bte. Genevieve from Kas- kaskla. In the latter town, jrhlch was the first capital of Illinois, and one of the old est settlements In the Mississippi Valley, It remained for many years after Its sign plied, "ard sq I the Parisian Interest in me will not fide in two j ears. Here it has not been even provoked." she replied. SHE THREATENS TO RETURN. "It is not to be provoked," I cald. "if sensible persons may have the slightest power. I think that, even if the Commi3 slorer had not a legnl right to snd jou back to Europe, it would ue his duty." "I want to go back." she replied im passlbly, "but 1 do not want to go back In tne steerage. KrierdorlT will attend to that. Perhaps I will return here In a first cabin under another name." "Is there anything that one con do to make jou suffer mentally or morallv?" I asked. "Oh!" she exclaimed. "I am not at all familiar with the gns that X cnus-. Per haps, at times. I envy them Perhnp you are right. To have moments of happln's I should have moments of borrow. But this is theory. Let U3 be pracUci! I need much money. Will vou buv the cinemato graph pictures of mj murder of Gcuffo. taken while I am under a trance? Will ou buy my manuscript confession of Gouffe's murder?" LOMBROSO'S VIEWS. Among the many distinguished profes sors of criminal anthropology who have at times dealt with the case of Gabrlelle Bompard, and who have consistently re fused to accept the Legcols theory that she was the subject of hypnotic Influence, are Pioftssors Mottet and Doctor Ccsnre Lombroso. In Lombroso's view Gabnelle Bompard represents man' points of re semblance to Sophie Gamier ami Xo BuschchemL "Bompard," he says, "pre sents all the characteristics, rarely met with in women, of the born criminal. Her stature was 1 meter 46; her development was rudimcntar and enabled ner to dres as a man and accompany Ejraud evrv whore without detection. She has i livid pallor: thick, dark hair, almost black; ab normal and precocious wrinkles; a short, hollowed-oiit nose: a heavy Jaw. an asv metrlcal face, and sessile ear and Mon golian curingnathlsm. It l a matter of record that feminine criminality id more cvntcal than that of man "The perversity of mind of the female criminal Is more fertile in devising new crimes than that of a Judge in devising new punishments. Bompard. attracted by a rich booty, urged Ejraud to murder GoulTe The pemlmascullne virility ard power In her face nrd the enormous width and depth of Jaw flatly contradict the the ory that she was controlled by Ejraud. A close studv of these two companions in crime leads inevitably to the conclusion that Bompard's Intellect was of the higher order, and tin: she nlanned ard perfected the preparations for the murder of GoulTe." The "wrinkles" reported by Doctor Lombrosko are the wrinkles under the skin, found In nearly all classes of criminal degenerates. to France Missouri's ing In 1S03. It was filed in the archives of the Kaskaskla church In recent jears the Mississippi River has plajcd sad havoc with the parish of Kaskai"Ia. The mighty stream has est 'into the rich farming land, and each year carried away .dozens of acres. From be ing part of Illinois the parish came Into Missouri. The river cut through the back of It. leaving It for a time an island, and finally threw It to Missouri. The town of Kaskaskla was at the northern end of the doomed parish. Tear by year the river encroached upon it until Its houses began to tumble into the stream, "hen the river bank came to a point within a fow hundred feot of the church and cemetcrv steps were taken to save iwhat remained of historical value In the pace. An appropriation was made by the Il linois Legislature to remove the bones of the early settlers from the cemetery to a ,new burying ground, on a bluff opposite the doomed town, and high above danger from the .river. It wan decided to abandon the old church and build a new one farther back on the Island. Just before the old edifice fell before the fun of the eprjng floods the historic cession deed was given to Father van Tou renhout to keep safely In the vaults of his church. He accepted the trust, and the document has remained In his pos session since. IS LEADING AUTHROITY. . .'"'her van Tourenhout Is a leading au thority on the htston of the Louisiana Purchase Territory. He has read neary all the book publlhed In French and .English on the subject, and has made deep researches on his own account. He has taken advantage of the splendid op portunities afforded to him by his long residence In Ste. Genevieve o collect facts and data events of the early history of the Mississippi Valley. By special courtesy Father van Touren hout has given a copy of the document to The Republic The translation into Eng lish was made by the Reverend Father James H. Vean. S. J. of the St, Louis University. In full, the English transla tion Is as follows: ORIGINAL DEED. "Don Emmanuel de Salcedo. Brigadier General of the Royal Army. Civil and Military Governor ot the Provinces of Louisiana and West Florida. Inspector of the Army and Militia of the same. Vice Patron Royal. Judge Subdelegate tor the General Superintendence of the Louisiana Courrlers. and Don Sebastian Calvo de la Puena y O'FarrllL . Marquis of Casa-CalTO, Chevalier of the Order of St. James. 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"FJfth In order that all concerned may follow the course which they Judge most favorable to their Interests. We also de clare, that In case of doubt, they can have recourse to either of lis for further information according to Our rules and Instructions. "And that this may- come to the knowl edge of the public we order It to be pub lished with due solemnity, with beat of drum and posted up In the usual places.' "Given at New Orleans this 13th ot Uay, 1801. (Signed) "MANUEL de SALCEDO. "Marquis of Casa-Calvo. "By order of their Lordships: (Signed) "CHARLES JIMENEZ. "Secretary of War. "Copy. (Signed) "ANDRE LOPEZ ARU9ESTE. "Bv order of their Lordships, the Com missioners, I have ordained that the pub lication be made with beat of drum, at the Post of St. Louis. (Signed) "CHARLES DEHAULT DELASSU& "I certify that the above is a faithful translation of the Spanish original still In my hands. "M. P. LEDUC." Death ot Morris Michaels. Morris Michaels died at his residence, at No. 4310 West Pine boulevard, yesterday morning of Brlght's disease. He -was 71 years old and had been 111 for the last two sKOWto CANBV CATHARTIC sg saaafcaaasBBS' V- - r mias" 1,100 signed articles by the this coupon to-day. BS Street.. tU .... BUREAU. weeks. Last Tuesday his son. Joseph Michaels, and Miss Selma Traner were married at the bedside of the father, th's' being- done at his request. The funeral will take place to-morrow at 1.30 p. m. from the family residence. Rabbi Samuel Sale will officiate. The funeral will be in charge of Masons. He leaves a wife. Mrs Bertha Michaels; two sons, Joseph and Harry: four daughters. Mrs. A. E. Sam uels. Mrs. A. Joseph, Mrs. J. Meyer and Mrs. S. Isaacs. FELL WITH AN ELEVATOR. Workman at Buckingham Hotel Sustained Fractured Shoulder. Julius Haar. IS "years old. a laborer, liv ing at No. 1SU Franklin avenue, and em ployed by tbe St. Louis Expansion Metal Fireproof Company, at the Buckingham Hotel. King's highway and West Sine boulevard, suffered a fractured shoulder by. the sudden lowering ot a case elevator .there yesterday afternoon. ' Jiaar. nan steppea on tne cage to re move a wheelbarrow load ot cement, when the operator below, thinking the cage had been emptied, suddenly lowered It Passengers are not supposed to be on the cage, and It was dropped with considerable .force, knocking Haar down with a Jolt that broke his shoulder. He was taken to the City Hospital. i i Leaded oa His Feet. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. 4 New York. Jan. 23,-Rlchard Morale of No. 4a West Twenty-sixth street, while cleaning windows at No. 41 New- street, fell from the third floor to the conn be low. He struck on his feet. His heels were broken and his back strained. Meant to K1U QUI. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. . New York. Jan. a Samuel Gold was held In H.500 ball charged with trying to shoot Annie Ordover because she would not be married tor him. 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