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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, M&RCH 2, 1904.
COLONEL M'KENNA OF FIRST REGIMENT
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CORONER TO HOLD INQUEST.
Police Investigate Death of Ber
The Coroner to-day will Investigate the
death of Bernard Nagelvort, 63 jears old,
a. chemist employed at Shaw's Garden,
who was found dead In his room at No.
4313 MoRae avenue yesterday moraine; at
'10:30 o'clock by Mrs. Anthony Holmes, at
'Whose house he roomed.
The police searched the room and could
find no evidence indicating other than
natural death. A letter addressed to his
son, Florls Naglevort, who Is employed by
.the Pfelffer Chemical Company, was found
on the table.
Three Divorce Granted.
Circuit Judge Ryan yesterday granted a
divorce to Ellen Corcoran from Edward
J. Corcoran; to Claire E. Laels Drumm
from Albert Lindsey Drumm. and to Hat
tie Robinson from William Robinson.
Fif tyyears of success.
TIio simplest and best
remedy for Coughs
and Throat Troubles.
Soli In Buns enla. sf v JT
AboIsS Imitations. 4tffi.e$t!cnt&'
COLONEL FRANK D. McKENNA,
Of the First Regiment, National Guard of Missouri, whose commission is expected
to arrive from Jefferson City to-day.
The commission of Colonel Frank D. Mc
Kenna, the newly elected commander of
the First Regiment, Missouri National
Guard, probably will reach St. Louis from
Jefferson City to-day, whereupon Colonel
McKenna will arrange to meet the line of
ficers of the regiment and formally take
command of the organization.
This, in all likelihood, will take place
to-night or to-morrow.
While military etiquette prevented Colo
nel McKenna from entering Into details as
to the future of the regiment, and, while,
as he explained esterday, it was utterly
Impossible for him at this time to outline
any policy in regard to his new command,
every member of the regiment believes
that In Colonel McKenna. the organization
has found a commander who will do his
utmost for Its rehabilitation and reorgan
ization. Colonel McKenna will enforce no radical
"I am not in a position to say that any
reforms at all are needed," said he yes
terday. "I may find the regiment In a high
state of efficiency. I do not know any
thing about it yet. Certainly there is no
need for hurry."
Thirty-four years old. Coloney McKenna
is one of the youngest men ever elected to
the command of a volunteer regiment In
Yet he has served In an important mili
tary position In eery possession of the
United States, except In Hawaii and
Graduated from West Point In 1SS3. he
was sent to Fort Sheridan (Chicago) to
get his first active service as a Lieutenant
in the Fifteenth United States Infantry in
the famous riots of the following year.
Then. twole months later, ho was sta
tioned at Fort Bayard, in New Mixlco,
where he had a year's experience on the
frontier, before going back to the En
gineers' School at Willett's Point, Long
Returning to Fort Sheridan in 1S97, he
formed the acquaintance of General
Brooke. A year later. Just after his mar
riage to Mls3 Kerens, the daughter of R.
C. Kerens of this clt, he accompanied
General Brooke to Porto Rico as an ald-de-camp.
With General" Brooke he participated in
the Cuban campaign as well, and then
went with General Greene to the Philip
pines as a member of the Forty-siilh In
fantry. There he was appointed Major and In
spector of Volunteers. Ten months later
he returned home as a Captain of the
Twenty-eighth, U. S. A.
In September. 1902, Captain McKenna
was again back In the Philippines, where
he finally resigned his commission and
returned to St. Louis, to take up commer
You should make
an early start on
the read to Independence. Keep
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I j. part of your Income will relieve
; you of future worry.
U-00 or more will open a sav-
i ,.. nnMAimt TntT'0Kf 2 nr cent.
All deposits guaranteed by capi
tal. Surplus ana ironta, twwvw.
Broughams, Hansoms, Landaus,
; Coaches and Cabriolets.
Largest assortment of secondhand heavy
carriages In the country. Cash or Install
ments. Fine line new carriages.
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ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC aUILDIHO.
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ALLEGED FOOTPADS CAUGHT.
Two Men Attempt to Bob Henrji
Hearing the cry of a man for help, near
Fourteenth and Carr streets early yester
day morning, Henry Hartman of No. 360O
North Twenty-second street, a driver for
a bakery company, ran to the corner and
saw two men attempting to hold up a
The highwaymen, upon seeing Hartman.
fled. He fired two shots at them. Four
Fourth District patrolmen were attracted
to the scene by the shooting and captured
two men in the basement at No. 9 North
At the polios station the prisoners gave
their names as Charles Reiner of No. 2017
Congress street, and James Shannon of
No. 1901 Division street.
The prisoners were positively identified
by High Clark of No. 153 North Tenth
street as the two highwaymen who held
him up Monday evening at Main and
Spruce streets. Warrants charging them
with highway robbery were issued yester
Baby's Awful Suffering from
Gould Rot Hoid Her. SiioToro
Her Face and Arms.
Cullcura Saved Her Life, So
" Whan ray little girl waa six month
old, she bad eczema. We bad nsed
cold creams and all kinds of remedies,
but nothing did her any good, in fact,
abe kept getting worse. I assd to
wrap ber hands up, and when I uronld
dress ber, I bad to pat ber oa the table
fori could not bold ber. She would
kick and scream, end when she could,
ho 'would tear ber face and arms
almost to pieces. I nsed four boxes of
Cutlcura Ointment, two cakes of Cutl
enra Soap, and gave ber the Cntlcnrs.
Besolvent, and she was cared, and I see
no traces of the 'humour left. I can
truthfully say that they hare saved ber
life, and any one suffering as she did, I
should advise them to give Caticara a
fair trial." MRS. G. A. CONRAD, "Lis
bon, N. H., Feb. 7, 1838.
Fire years later, vlr., Feb. 23, 1903,
Mrs. Conrad writes
"It la with pleasoro that I can
Inform you that the core has been per
manent as it is now six years since she
was cared, and there has been no return
of the disease since, and I bare advised
a lot of friends to use the Cutlcura
Remedies In all diseases of the skin.
Instant relief sad refreshing sleep for
tkln-tortured babies, and rest for tired,
fretted mothers, in warm baths with
Caticara Soap and gentle anointings
with Caticara Ointment, the great skin
core and purest of emollients, to be
followed in severe cases by mild doses
of Caticara Besolvent. This Is the
purest, sweetest, most speedy, per
manent and economical treatment for
torturing, disfiguring, itching, burning,
bleeding, scaly, crusted and pimply
skin and scalp hnmoars, eczemas,
rashes and irritations.
Soil t&nsrknt.euwwU. C
It. fen. H Chared Cottrd rUte. t& vt
OlilatJDL.MD ,. Dwrtii Jmninm. Tt OtiHii
knieSe.f Vfa. i Roa W, h ro. iSokM U7Chn4
Nin. PotMrDme a 3wl Ck f?i fitprietxti
or till ft - Caaraa Ilia Book.'
SIX DIVORCE SUITS FILED.
Mrs. Schloss Says Husband's Rel
atives Quarreled With Her.
Isabella Schloss, la her suit for divorce
filed in the Circuit Court yesterday, said
that her husband, Edward, on December
SI last took her to live with his mother
and sister, who quarreled with her. He
said if she was not satisfied that she
could get along by herself: that he owed
his mother more attention than he did
her, she averred. The couple were mar
ried June 11 last. She left him Febru
Pauline Mark alleged that her husband.
Benjamin, drank and treated her with
cruelty. They were married at Padncah,
Ky., Juno 23, 1S99, and separated February
Margaret Bell charged her husband. Ar
thur, with falling to support her. They
were married October 27. 1902. and sep-
t"WM JUiXiU J, 43U. OUB aKB XOr IUB
rc-storatlon of her maiden name, Hlgglns.
Feline Burnett alleged that her husband.
Douglas, deserted her February 1. lSSt
They were married at Mount olive, Hi
March 30, 1882.
William Michael averred that his wife,
Susannah, refused to go to Dayton, O . to
live with him. They were married No
vember 3, ISO.
Helen M. Rail said that her husband,
John, was cold and unsympathetic, drank
and called her bad names. They were
married in St. Louis August 17, 1903, and
separated January 2.
Nothing lends such chaste elegance and at
tractiveness to the table as Fine Cut Glass
ware. It is also the most welcome of wed
ding gifts. Its brilliance, color and superior
finish have never been equaled in any other
ware. Our assortment includes every piece
included in complete table service in a
great variety of exclusive new designs.
Sole Agents Lftbey American Cut Glass.
Suggestions and Prices:
Olive sndBon-Bon Dishes $ 1.75 to$ 12.00
Sugars and Creams $ 4.50 to$ 19.00
H si s '
Celery Trays $
Vases ...... ...... ......5
Oil and Vinegar Bottles. $
Ice Cream Set, ITputM. $
Water Bottles $
S 5.00 to $ 40.00
S12.75 to $ 38.00
S 7.50 to $ 26.00
S 4.50 to $ 28.00
1.75 to $ 98.00
1.75 to S 9.00
7.00 to $146.00
4.00 to $ 10.00
Special Prices for the
Flower Baskets. $16.50
Wafer Comports $7.50 and up
Cream-de-Menthe Sets . . $13.75 to $36.00
Claret Lemonade Sets $25.00
Fern Dishes $ 8.50
Jardineres. $ 7.00
Candlesticks. $2.00 to $ 9.00
Illustration shows beautiful Cut Class Vase,
an exclusive Libbey design.
Frice10 inches high $11.00
IS inches high $13.50
We have comflete table service in this design.
Our S36-fage Catalogue of Diamonds, Watches, etc., Free.
MERMOD & JACCARD'S,
Tirntt.iJ.mn.yl CoK Tjtr.ii.vf.
FINES FOR CONDUCTING
The Beat Silver Polish.
Made a polish prepared and guaranteed
by us a pleasure to use a saUsfacUon
after using only 15c per box.
MERMOD & JACCARD'S,
Broadway and Locust.
A postal request brings our 3CS-pago
St. Lonli Appellate Tribunal Upholds
Montsomery County Circuit Court
The St. Louis Court of Appeals yester
day affirmed the assessment of fines ag
gregaUng J2.70O each against Charles
Runzl and P. B. Burch for conducUng a
"bucketshop" in Montgomery City, Mo.,
In February and March, 1903.
They were fined 3309 in each of nine
Former Judge Shepard Barclay was en
gaged by A. W. Lafferty, Prosecuting At
torney of Montgomery County, to repre
sent the State In the Appellate Court.
Presiding Jndge Bland wrote the opin
ion, which was concurred In By Judges
Goode and Re burn.
George W See sued for money which
he claimed he lost In the bucketshop, but
the case v. as decided against him. Judge
Reyburn wrote the opinion of the Appel
late Court affirming the Montgomery
County Circuit Court. Judges Bland and
Other decisions were:
Br Judge Bland:
J. V. Coleman et ux.. reap., vi lllmmelber-
on Broadway near Chestnut street early
yesterday morning, have been taken in
charge by their mother. Mrs. Edward
OBrlen. of No. 2735 Bacon street. They
ran away from Mrs. Chambers's home for
children on Taylor avenue, Monday after
noon, and It was 2 o'clock when Sergeant
Flannagan found them on the street,
hungry and Ured. '
When Your Eyea Fall
If your vision is blurred If there's a
conUnuous headache, however slight con
sult our expert opUcians, Dr. Bond or Dr.
Montgomery, who will test voureve frp
If glasses are needed, we will fit them
with our celebrated crystalline lenses, in
gold frames, 35 and up;-steel. Jl and up.
MERMOD & JACCARD'S,
Broadway and Locust.
Home test card mailed free; fit guaranteed.
TRIES TO STAB POLICEMAN.
Two Men Arrested While Fight
ing in Restaurant.
When Patrolman Donough of the Sev
enth District attempted to arrest Peter
Labus of No. 4120 Manchester avenue and
Herman Vilter of No. 1012 South Sixth
street, yesterday morning, in a restau
rant at No. 1003 old Manchester road.
Vilter resisted, and with a butcher knife,
which he had In his possession, tried to
stab the officer. It is charged. The police
man's coat was cut In several places.
Both men were finally arrested by Ser
geant Noonan and Patrolman Donough.
Vilter and Labue Quarreled irl the restau
rant. This led to their nrrcst. Both men
were taken to the City Dispensary. Dur
ing the fight Vilter sustained a scalp
wound and Labue several cuts on the
hands. They are charged with disturbing
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MERMOD & JACCARD'S,
Broadway and Locust.
Samples and prices mailed free.
SEVERAL KINDS OF WEATHER.
Conditions of Wind and Tempera
ture Will Be Variable.
The weather to-day will be as variable
as the wind, according to the local Weath
er Bureau. The forecast is:
Partly cloudy, with showers: cooler
Wednesday afternoon: fresh southerly
winds, becoming variable.
No radical change In conditions is in
sight, however, and unless exceptional
conditions develop It Is the belief of
weather birds that the period of low tem
perature and severe snow flurries has
Genoral rain are reported from the
Mississippi Valley eastward and snow In
the lake regions. Colder weather prevails
In the Ohio Valley and In Tennessee. In
the British Northwest a cold wave of a
decided character has formed, with the
temperature as low as from S to 2S degrees
Leisw zero. .
jrerH&rrlson I. JL T n
CtountT: reversed and remandi
State of Missouri, mp , vs. Alexander J. Pol
lock, app.: city; reversed.
Charles M. Rhode, resp, i. Holladay-Klotz
L. A I Co., app.; Wayna Count; reversed and
J V. Parkins, app. vs. Val Mason, resp,;
Oreene County affirmed.
V. n Elliott, resp , vs C i A. Ry. Co ,
app ; Audrain County; affirmed
State of Missouri, resp, s. S. H. McAnally,
app ; Bollinger County: affirmed.
State or Missouri, resp. vs. S M. McAnally,
app.; Bollinger county; affirmed.
C. A. Meredith, app., vs. James S. Holm.s.
resp ; cltj affirmed
E. M Rooards, app. is. John F. Br an,
resp , Greene County; affirmed.
State ex rel Chandler app . vs John Huff
ct al . resp Ivurrenea County; affirmed.
"William Troll rsp . vs George Sauerbrun,
app ; city; affirmed tor failure to prosecute ap
poal By Judee Goods;
J P Kelly, reap . vs. c. & JL. By. Co , app.;
Audrain County; reversed.
E. C. Nichols et at, app.. vs Lorln Lappln.
resp ; Greene County, reversed and remanded
James L. Hackatt et al , resp , vs. P. R. Van
fank. aDD.: Madison County: reversed and re
a. c mcnols et at , app . v a, uann Iappin,
resp ; Greene County; reversed and remanded.
Frederick Krlemclmann, resp , vs Morton
Jourdan, etc app. St. Louis County; affirmed
M. T Cbnally. admr , aop . vs. F. W, Fealo.
resp.; Franklin County: affirmed.
A. If Phillips, resp . vs. Seth S. Barnes,
app.; New Madrid County; affirmed.
JOy Judge Reyburn:
State of Missouri, resp . vs. J. B. Terry, app.;
Dunklin County: affirmed
K. S KroncK. app. vs. Oscar Reld, resp.;
St Charles County: affirmed.
Farmers' Bonk, etc.. resp , vs. Manchester
Assurance Company, app.; Pike County; af
firmed. Irene V. Aston, resp . vs. St. Louis Transit
Company, app.: Jefferson County: affirmed
C. A. Toneyion, resp . vs Alexander Turn
baugh, deft., TV- R. Luster, Inter, appu; Au
drain Oourty reversed and remanded.
Bridget Jordan. D. E., vs. C & A Ry. Co.,
P E : Audrain County; reversed.
State ex rel. Hlxson. resp , vs A. B. Nerry
at aL, app ; Scotland County; affirmed
TV. TV. Johnson, resp , vs. Jacob Stephens,
app.; Clark County; affirmed.
Don't Look Old-
Before your time. Bring back the fresh
ness of youth to your complexion. Laxa
tive Boro Pepsin will do it. Cleanses the
entire system. All Druggists, 23 eta. per
Runaway Children Recovered.
Leon and Robbie Mills, S and 9 years old
respectively, who were found wandering
GRAND JURY ACTS PROMPTLY.
Ben Hildebrandt Indicted for Al
leged Assault on Cabman.
Ben inidebrant. coachman for Thomas
McCormlck of No. 1354 Berlin avenue, was
Indicted by the Grand Jury yesterday
morning on a charge of assault to kill.
Emanuel Bulach of No. 3317 Washington
avenue, a nonunion driver employed by tho
Keyes-Marshall Livery Company, is the
Bulach says he was stopped on Vande
venter avenue by three men, one of whom
struck him with "knucks" and another
shooting at him. He claimed to have rec
ognized Hildebrandt, whom he knew, and
gave his name to the police.
Hildebrandt was arrested on an Olive
street car at 2.30 o'clock yesterday morn
ing. The case was taken before the Grand
Jury when It convened yesterday morning,
and the Indictment ioted In an hour.
Ralph Gregg of No. 4023 Finney avenue,
arrested later, was alo Identified by Bn
lach as one of his assailants, and the
Grand Jury will Investigate his connec
tion with the case this morning.
TWELVE SAVED FROM FLAMES.
Policeman Eescues Dillard and
x Ladowsky Families.
Patrolman Edward Hanrahan aroused
two sleeping families of a dozen persons
and hurried them to the street early jes
terday morning to escape a fire at No. 1530
The fire started In the furnishing store
of Louis Schussmann on the first floor
and caused $1,000 damage to the stock.
The building was quickly filled with
smoke. Henry Dillard and family Ue on
the second floor, Howard Ladowsky and
his family on the third floor.
The policeman after turning in an alarm
hurried the families to the street. The
damage to the building Is estimated at
$700. The origin of the blaze Is not
"Boro-Formalin" (Elmer & Amend), an
Useptlc dressing for burns, sores; bruises,
cuts or any similar accident or affliction.
Banquet of Shoe Salesmen.
Salesmen of the Northern division of
the Peters Shoo Company gave a banquet
to the salesmen of tho Southern division
last night at the Hamilton Hotel. The
banquet was the result of a wager be
tween tho divisions. H. S. Butler acted
It is ft palatable and Sparkling Laxative
Water for use when things are wrong
inside. It is a carbonated preparation
of HEPTOI, the great Liver, Stomach
and Bowel Remedy, which relieves bill
ousnessj curea constipation and headache
and assists digestion without loading the
stomach with injurious drugs . Called
Split because it comes in bottles just big
enough for one
THE SPLIT THATS JT."
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REMEMBER-tocf 1 are good fcrafl pain "ff 7V
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Secondly. I am willing that the payment of my fee shall depend upca
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6C4 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
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Worth S3.S0 to $8.50 Choice
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You want St. Louis business to prosper we are strictly a St. Louis house we and
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