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vnfw $'T-v- ?xt-re " krtfir THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. MXRCH 2, 1904 HAPPENINGS II ILLINOIS CITIES AND TOWNS, H INSURANCE CO.S WIN ON DEMURRER. WALL FALLS ON WORKMEN. Munpn's Paw-Paw cures 1' "i 1 H Scons of people livlog right here in this city hare testified that Paw'Paw has cured them of some stomach or nervous trouble. Their statements are stronger and more convincing than anything I can say. They shew that Paw-Paw not only euros Dytftspsla and Indigestion, but Is an absolute cure for Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Catarrh and Rheuma tism. 'As a tonic for building up the weak and giving strength to the overworked I can earnestly recommend Paw-Paw. MUNYON. READ THIS'TESTIMONY FROM WELL-KNOWN PEOPLE: DR. THOS. C. CARTER, prominent Washington physician in attendance on the late Senator Mark Hanna, says: "I have used and am now using Munyon's Paw Paw, and find it a most effective pepsin tonic. I success fully prescribe it in cases of severe nervousness, indiges tion and stomach trouble." HOH. KITT GOULD Senatorial Representative and Attorney to the State, Board of Pharmacists of Illinois, Says: 'Munyon's Paw-Paw cured him of Catarrh of Stomach after all other remedies failed. COLrJOHN HANCOCK Brother of the late Winfield Scott Hancock, AVashlngton, D. C, says: Munyon's Paw-Paw cured both my wife and my belf of Chronie Indigestion and gave us renewed health and strength. , Xothing like this has ever followed the introduction of a new remedy. Druggists and doctors say that nothing like it was ever known. Sufferers from DyspepMa, Nervousness or SJeeplessness or sufferers from any form of Catarrh or Rheumatism should lose no time If they want to be well. Go to the nearest drug store to-day and get a bottle of Paw-Paw and let the good work go on. No waiting for results with Paw-Paw. The process of cure be gins with the firit dose and improvement is constant until the cure Is complete. Munyon's Paw-Paw Tonic for sale at all druggists'. Paw-Paw Laxa tive Pills the best Stomach and Liver Pills on earth 25c a bottle. Will isghlnF kSImhi "Rins out "" 'd Rini " " n,w l?IHi!fl&PlllWu R'm3 oul Uie fa,ie KinS ' the trat" We piney Dr. E. E. I AM 83 TEAM OLD and never uied any remedy equal to Dr. Bell's Pine Tar-Honey. It elves quick ana perms, sent relief In trip u well as concha and colds. It maxea weak lunga airone. lira, M. A. Metcalfe, Padacab.Kr. ARBITRATION GROUP EXCHANGE GREETINGS. Representative Bartholdt Receive Letter From FrcncU Branch of International Association. REPUBLIC SPECLM. ' 'Washington. March L Representative .Bartholdt of Miraourl, organizer and Genuine arters Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of See Fsc-Slmlle Wrapper Below. Terr email and as easy iotakoasscgac CARTEItS FOR HEADACHE. FOR DIHIKESS. FDR BIUOUSBESS. FOR TGRPID LIVER. 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The sore, weary cough-worn Lungs are exhilar ated ; the microbe-bearing mucus is cut out ; the cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that then is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUCCI8TS BortlorsOnly: 25c, SOc. and $1.00 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey SCTHEBUHD HEDICKE CO- radicah. Xj. president of tho American Group of Inter national Arbitration Association, la in receipt of a letter from Destournclles de Constag, a prominent French statesman and present member of the Chamber ot Deputies, Fending the greetings of the French group to the American fraternity. Tho writer says that he intends to go ;o St. Louis in September to deliver a lecture and will stop off at Washington to meet as many ot the group as possible, conclusion, ho says: "Please do not hesitate If your group may want some Information or co-operation from the French Group dp 1 Arbi trage. Do not hesitate to write to us and consider that we are bound together by one same programme, one same ideal, with no party lines, that la to say: "Render war as rare and difficult as possible, promote peace, progress and civilization in tho world. That is the most efficacious way to serve our respect He countries and to bo a truo "patriot.' Our hearts are largo enough to love to gether our natix e land and humanity. No other natloa admires more than France the splendid works of your great Payne: My country is the world and my reli gion is to do good. " FUNERAL OF P. G. GERHART TO TAKE PLACE TO-MORROW. Body Arrives From California and Services "Will Be Held In St. Francis Xnrlers Church. The body of Peter G. Gcrhart of No. S610 "Washington boulevard arrived in St. Lotus last night from San Diego, Cal., ac companied by Frank H. Gerhart, his son. Mr. Gerhart's funeral will take place to morrow at 9:30 a. m. from tho family home, services belnc held at St. Francis 'Xavier's Church, where tho Reverend Father If. C. Bronsgeest, S. J., will offi ciate. ' The pallbearers will be: Active. W. H, Giraldln, Fran? J. Frlck, Joseph P. Duffy, (Thomas Carman. Turner J. Lewis, JC C Early. -WC Taylor. Dinks L. Parrish, Samuel Stone and Henry Andreas. Honorary "William F. Crow, Eugene C Tlttman, Ernest Pcugnet, General B. G. Farrar. Julius Pitzman, "Willis Powell, William R. Grant. Thomas Halpln, Colonel "William H. Swift. Jere Fruln, Richard M. Johnson. "William S. Lamar. W. F. Plckel. Chauncey F. Schultz, Roger E. Harding. E. & Robert, J. F, McJsmann and George Hniska. - ... "1 " 1 Judge Burroughs Sustains De fense in Action to Disrupt East Side Agreement. After having tho case tinder advise ment for the last month. Circuit Judge B. R. Burroughs yesterday, at Bellcillc, rendered a decision In what Is known as tho "Insurance Case," In which Attorney General Hamlin sought to compel the 112 Insurance companies doing business in St. Clair and Madison counties to discontinue their combination of rates, which are fixed by M. F. Kent, known as the Insur ance compact manager, at East St. Louis. Judge Burroughs custaincd the demur rer filed by the Insurance companies' at torneys to the amended bill of complaint, which asked for an injunction. The caso was handled by Attorney C "W. Thomas of Belleville for Attorney General Ham lin, and he immediately appealed it. It wl,l be taken to the Appellate and prob ably to the Supremo Court for a final de cision. This makes tho Eecond time that the people of the State, In whose name the cult was brought, lost on an application for a restraining order from the court. A mass of technicalities have been dis posed of each time. After the first case was decided against Mr. Thomas he re ceived permission to file an amended bill. A demurrer was cnteied and argued a month ago. Judge Burroughs took the case under advisement and yesterday morning placed his decision on tho Cir cuit Court docket. Persons who do business with the in"mr ance companies on the East Side claim that the rates are higher than thev should be, and the apDlicatlon for an Injunction by Attorney General Hamlin followed. Hts complaint stated that the compact was not a good thing for the residents of the two counties, and that It was unlaw ful. The attorneys for the insurance com panies held that the agreement was legal, and that by it the persons who took in surance were benefited. They denied that thev were acting as a trust or in restraint of trade, and stated that the compact manager simply reduced their general expenses In that territory and enabled them to write insurance at a lower rate than otherwise. SERVED TWENTY YEARS AS ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN. Mis BIssel's Death Occurred Jnat Two Months After Demise of ' Ltbraroln Stnufenbicl. Miss Mary Josephine Blssel. who for twenty jears has been the assistant li brarian at the Belleville Public Library, died esterday morning at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. "W. Thomas, No. 113 Abend street, Belleville. She had been 111 since last Wednesday with pneumonia. A strange coincidence Is that her death followed by Just two months that of Fred erick Staufenbiel. who for the last quar ter of a century had been the librarian. Miss Blssel was a daughter of the late Governor w. li. Blssel, and was Dorn in Belleville on December 3, 1812. She was educated In Belleville and for tho list thirty years made her home with her only sister. Miss Bissol was a member of St. George's Church. The funeral will be pri vate and probably will tako place to-morrow. The Board of Directors of the li brary met yesterday afternoon and adopt ed eulogistic resolutions. TX CHARGE OF LIEDEL'S EFFECTS. Left $3,G0O Insnrance "Which Goes to Ills Sister. Public Administrator H. R. Heimberger of Belleville has taken charge of the ef fects of the late Ludwlg Lledel, who com mitted suicide In his room, whero he was found Monday afternoon. Leldel had his Ufa Insured for 8.500. and this money, with the exception of several minor be quests Is to go to his sister, Slbllla Kalb, of Nuremberg, Germany. According to the terms of his will his body Is to bo cremated and his ashes are to bo thrown oft the Eads bridge Into the Mississippi River. Mr. Heimberger will attend to the matter, and will pee that the directions ara carried out. The funeral will probably take place Friday. JUROR MOVED TO TEARS. Trial of Three Yonthfnl Alleged Bi cycle Thieves Affected Him. One of the Jurors In the St. Clair County Circuit Court at Bellovlllo was so af fected yesterday morning at the trial of John and Tony Kanopka and Allie Loda, the trio of East St. Louis boj s who were arrested on charges of stealing bicycles, that he was moved to tears. The charge on which the trio were tried yesterday was ono of several Indictments against tho bojs. The Jury fbinid John Kanopka guilty and discharged Tony Ka nopka and Allie Lada. Louis Clayton pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing an overcoat valued at $20 from Albert Burkhouse of East St. Louis and was lined $23 and costs. MISSIONARY SOCIETIES MEET. Organization of the Vnndnlla Pres bytery Convene at Alton. A session of the "Wom-an's Missionary Society of the Vandalla Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church began last evening at the Twelfth Street Church atv Alton. The session will contlnuo to day. Tho opening address last evening was delivered by the Reverend Doctor D. II. BushneH, pastor ot the Alton congrega tion. Tho principal topics for discussion to day will be Sunday-Hchool work and the proposed union of the two Presbyterian bodies. East Side nealty Transfers. Real estate transfers filed for record In Belle ville vesterday were: Mary A. Bowman to James Janosky. -aar-lanty deed, lot 34 and northeast 3i feet lot S3. Bowman subdivision, lots 351. 332. eta, Illinois City: JL00O. P. Christ Goelre to Mike O'Day. warranty deed, southeast 10 feet lot 13 and northwest 35 feet lot U. block . Abt's subdivision, lots rOK-6-7; tl.033. R. C. Falrbrother to P. W. Abt. oultclalm deed, undivided fifth Interest, lots 27 to S Park place. Lansdowne: $400. II. D. Sexton, trustee, to K. E. Frlxzell re corder's deed, let 41. block 36. addiUon North daremont; iio. Lottie T. Hultxrt. br Sheriff, to Carrie II Blgewet. deed, northwest half lot t. subdivi sion, block 1J. Tesson subdivision. IJ03.V6. T,st,.Elvtr1ck'" Bonxw Catholic Church to Aug. B. Wllgus. warranty deed, lot 191. block 4i Il linois City. East St. Louis; jj oss Thoinas Burns u Louisa Burns, oultclalm deed, southeast K feet t inches lot at block 11. town of Illinois: II. ' Di'K Fire Escape Law Violated. Sheriff "Wash Thompson of Belleville yesterday received a list of forty-one buildings in Belleville the owners of which had not compiled with the State building laws regarding fire escapes. The list was furnished by tho Fire and Wiiw Coinmlttee of the BeuevIIle cSuncU and S?v?ff a?.m,?80n wm notlfy the owners ?J i,l Tine?to comPly with the law. If convicted it will mean a fine of not less to ?oor more 'ax and a weeky Mortsmce Bonds for Car Line. A mortgage for $350000. to cover an Issue of bonds to that amount, was filed In the St. Clair County Recorder's office at Belle ville yesterday by the East 'St. Louis Trust and Savings Bank, trustee for the Muskogee Electric and Gas Company of Indian Territory. The East St. Louis Trust and Savings Bank probably will float the bonds. Belleville Xevra Xotcs. Miss Estella Iloppa of Alton la the guest of Mlas Lcoca Becbtold. i. t5!!" ?f?n ' 1IUng friends in Car Unvllle, in. -Miss Julia "West ot East First street will entertain friends at a musicals to-morrow even ing. , nM1f.. J11il"nann entertained friends last night ata birthday-party In honor of her guest. Miss Cornelia. Furst of Peoria, iu. T3 H- Kanfel,.n an Mrs. H. M. Needles entertained friends hut night at the homo of the former en North Church street. Mrs. B. Edmlaton will entertain U Utopian axtety of the Presbyterian Church Frlda? aft ernoon. . Foundation of Schleuter Building Gives Way and Hurls Three Men Into Cellar. Three men were injured j esterday after noon by the collapsing of a part of the Schleuter building in East Second street, Alton, which Is In process of construction. The Injured men are James Barry, bricklacr, bruised about tho body; James Ilagan, contractor. Internal injuries and (pine injured, and Henry Koehler, car penter, face and arms bruised. Ha gan's Injuries arc serious. All the In jured men were taken to the office of Doctors Bowman and Schaaf, where their Injuries mere dressed. Tho cause of the collapse was the giv ing away of the foundation. Tho front pil lars, which were of brick, and tho floors of tho structure for a distance of twenty feet back gave way and precipitated the three workmen Into the cellar. The Inju ries to the men were caused by the tim bers falling upon them. Fhe other men were at work In that part of the building, but escaped injury. The building now being erected was to if place one destroyed last July by a fire thought to be of Incendiary origin. In which one person was burned to death and several Injured. The loss in the collapse yesterday Is es timated at JL00O. Died From Shot Wound. Herman Schleuter, who was shot In the abdomen a week ago by John Fcchter at the East Alton Tile "Works, died yester day morning at St. Joseph's Hopltnl In Alton. Deputy Coroner C. N. Strceper of Upper Alton will hold an inquest to-day. Fechter was arrested soon after the shoot ing and is being held In the Madison County jail at Edwnrdsville. Nothing is known of Schleuter's relatives. Alton Xotes and Personals. Mr. and Mr. E. W. Brldza have returned from Dr.lght. 111. Circuit Clerk Thomas TV Sprlnrer of Ed wardsWUe naa a vliltor in Alton yesterday. Clyde Harrison has returned from Mexico, Mo. Mr and Mrs. Walter Adams hare returned from BelllR&ham. Wash. Mr. and Mrs X. n. Parsons have returned to St. Louis after v isltlng relatlv es in Alton. Mr. and Mrs. August Gore of Wichita, Kas., are visitors in Alton. Philip Hebner ot Upper Alton is ill with the crip Mr. and Mrs. George Kohler of St. Louis are visitors in North Alton. Tho bodv of TheMa Pruess. the joung daughter of Mr and Mrs. Anton Prues. whoso death occurred on Sunday evening, was taken to Belleville yesterday for burial. The Alton lodge of the Court cf Honor cav e an entertainment and banquet last evening at McPlke's Hall in East Second street. Doctor Klemen of Denv r, Colo . la a visitor In Upper Alton A temperance mass meeting will be held on Punday evening at the First Baptist Church in upper juion. inn meeting win De pai.ici patcd in by all of the Protestant congregations. The Reverend W, H. Gannaway, pastor of the First M E. Church in Upper Alton, will becln a series of etantrellstlc meetings at his church on Thursday evening. March 10. -The funeral of Mrs. Lavlea Friend took place yesterday momlnr at 10 o'clock from ine Cherry Street Baptlit Church. Tho Reverend S. Z. McKenney ofilclated and the burial was in tne city tjometery. A. R. Montgomery of Moro, III , was a visitor In Alton yesterday. F. P. Taylor of Jacksonville, 111 , was the guest esterday of Alton friends. WILLIAM P. BRADSnAW DIES. Prominent Attorney of Edwarda-rllle Found Dead, In Bed. "William P. Bradshaw, one of the best known members of the Madison County Bar Association, died suddenly at his homo on St. Andrew's avenue, Bdwards ville, shortly before noon yesterday. Having worked lata the evening before, no alarm was felt when ho did not rise early. At noon a servant was sent to call him. He found Mr. Bradshaw dead. Doc tor P. Fisher was hastily summoned and announced that he had probably died a half hour before from apoplexy. No ar rangements for the funeral have been made. Mr. Bradshaw was a natlv e of Fairfield, 111., and would have been 8 years old In April. He was graduated from McKen drec College and had been City Attorney of Edwnrdsville several terms prior to 1877. He was member of the Board of Equalization nine years and served on the State Central and County Executive committees of the Republican party. He is survived by his wife and two children. To Erect New Flonr Mill. The Hunter Bros. Milling Company of St. Louis will erect at once at Edwards vino a flouring mill with a opacity of 6o0 barrels dally. E. O. Hunter, president of the company, was in Edwardsvll'e yester day and bid in the site of the Farmers' Mill, which was destroyed by fire last summer, for $6,200 Ho was a director in the Fanners' Milling Company. Tho old mill had a capacity of ISO barrels dally. Mr. Hunter said last evening that work would bo started as soon as possible on the building. r East St. Louis Items. Mrs Chart's Felter will entertain the Wom an's Guild of the Episcopal Church Monday afternoon. March 7. Mrs. II. O. Ilcrtel of norn avnu will en tertain the Ladles' Literary Circle to-morrow afternoon. Mrs. William Horn entertained the members ot the Tuesday Kuchre Club esterday after noon. Miss Lillian Donahue will entertain the Younir ladles' Sodality of St. Patrick's Oiurch Tuesday. March S. The Retail Merchants' Association met last nlsjht. Mrs. Clara Warjier fell and Injured her ankle yesterday at her home on South Fifth street. Jerscyvllle Xotes. James McReynolds of Springfield. 111., is a visitor in Jersyville. Miss Nora Ilankey has been called to Mor rlsvllle. 111., by the death of her cousin. Mrs. Funst. E. TV'elgle has returned to Lebanon 111., after visiting friends In Jerseyvllle. The fourth monthly meeting of the Jersey County Teachers Asosdatlon will be held at the Courthouse on Saturday afternoon. Deputy Game Warden Frank Rowden of Jersey County has returned from carrolllon. III. Mrs. Elizabeth Garretson returned to Peoria, IU . jesterday mrrnlng. after attending the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Sarah Van Pelt. Th March meeUng of the Jersey C"ounty Domestic Science Association will be held In Jereeyvtlle to-day. "Dips. Pudding. Fish and Meat Sauces" will be the subjects for discus sion The funeral of Andrew William Christy, the joung son of Mr", and Mrs. Gus Christy, will take place this afternoon at 2.X o cloak from the residence, to Oak Grove Cemetery. W. M. TRELOAR REMOVED. Nomination for Xcw Postmaster at Mexico, Mo., Goes to Senate. Washington, Mcrch I. William It. Treloar, Postmaster at Mexico, Mo., has been removed as a result of charges. Tho namo of his successor will be sent to the Senate to-morrow. REPUBIJC SPECIAU Mexico. Mo . March L R. H. Kernan. Deputy Postmaster, and George H. Kun kle "are applicants. The understanding la Kunkle will bo appointed, as he has In dorsement of many Influential Republic ans of county and State. Tnylorvllle Banks Enlte REPUBLIC SPBCIAU Taylorville, III., March 1. The Exchange Bank and the First National Bank, both of Stonington, were consolidated to-day under the name of tho First National Bank, with a capital stock'of 0,000. O. Z. Housley la president and Cornelius Drake cashier of the new bank. Doclcexy Makes Appointments. r':pi;buc spcciau Jefferson City, Mo., March 1. Governor Dockery to-day appointed Charles S. Armstrong Surveyor of Holt County, vice C. J. Lansden. resigned, and Myra Bell Coal OH Inspector of Liberty, vlca H. Bell, deceased, WEBlP PKE WORLDS tM -V iMimZ?W V-THE DISTINCTLY BlGH3QtfAUXY 01:. ''SMWil1 ' NEVER VARRSr-' - aaMk l' $$mt WHY ??? -1 ''UK. sbs .'vii"ih'jfc$Wi,iihiii'iJH W--f Z? L7'U 1 iFj" 7, w'J'X M-,. 1 1 if. ,i. -. ?- ,s -gEQ.SLfER POfefoqf iM'rjpTERS. NEW YPRK. f MRS, M'CANN WILL TIKE STAND TO-DAY, Widow of Barrington's Alleged Victim to Be Closely Ques tioned by Counsel. POLITICIANS INTERRUPT TRIAL ,Tik1tp IM-pTCIhinnrvc- Orilorc o T?a. o - "-" v vv-.j .. j.. cess While Rowdyism Was in Progress in the Courthouse. Mrs. Jessie I. McCann, the State's star witness in the Barrlngton trial, will be put on the stand to-day In Clayton. She probably will not begin beforo the after noon, as there are several minor wit nesses to be examined first. Her examination may not be finished to-morrow, so both the State and de fendant's counsel are primed with ques tions to ask her. The defense has nine pages of questions already written out that she vill be asked to answer. It Is feared that Mrs. McCann will not stand the ordeal, as her health is poor. Sho waited at Clayton yesterday the greater part of tho day to be called, and was In a highly nerous state when finally she went home. With Mrs. McCann's testimony tho State probably will close. R. L. Woolrldge, a police officer from Chicago, will be the first witness called for the defense. Woolrldge claims to have a warrant In his pocket for Oscar Wells who came from Hammond, Ind., to testify for tho State, charging him with a mis demeanor In connection with a matrimo nial bureau scheme in the Windy City. He says he convicted McCann of the same offense and succeeded in getting hours Mr Mrsi McCann to leac the city. TRIAL IS INTERRUPTED. The trial yesterday was interrupted by the advent of several hundred politi cians from St. Louis and other places who invaded the Courthouse to attend the meeting of the St. Louis County Demo cratic Convention. The Invasion occurred about 1030 o'clock and Judge McElhlnney ordered a recess until 2 o'clock, when the contention had adjourned to Klrkwood, and the St. Louis CTOwa, wno came in as inos contention was adjourning, had subsided and left the building. Chester C. Rider, a nowsnaner renorter. was one of the most important witnesses for the State yesterday. Rider testified that he rode in the patrol wagon with Barrlngton when he was taken from the Mounted District Station to the Four Courts after hli second arrest, and that he noticed "a hitching" with his right hand on tho right sldp of his coat by the prisoner during the trip after the vehicle had left Forest Park. The testimony was corroborative of that ghen b Captain McNamee on the pre ceding day and was Introduced to sub stantiate the story of the dropping of Mc Cann's Jewelry on the running board of tho wagon. Rider said that he sat on the opposite side of the wagon from Barrlng ton. The witness was put through a severe cross-examination by Attorney Grover. but his testimony was not shaken. F. D. Monohan. a Tranlt employe, who was associated with McCann on Chicago race tracks, testified that he Identified tho body found at Bonflls as that of the man Barrlngton is accused of murdering. WROTH LETTER FOR BARRINGTON. Asa Mitchell, agent of a mineral water concern, testified that he had written a letter to Barrlngton, at the tatter's sug gestion, signing McCann's name and stat ing therein that he (McCann) was safe In Centralia. III., and askinc him (Barring ton) to have his wife send ,hlm COO. He made the same statement over hts sig nature to Chief Desmond at the time of Barrington's second arrest. On cross-examination Mitchell admitted that he had also been arrested in con nection with the McCann disappearance, had spent one night in the holdover at the Four Courts, and made the statement to procure his release from confinement. Martin Coad. a Western Union messen ger boy, testified that Barrlngton asked him' to inclose this letter In a Western Union envelope and deliver it to him at No. 2901 Franklin avenue. He said the re quest was made between 11:30 and 12 o'clock in the morning, about two days after McCann had disappeared, and that the further request was made that 1t be delivered at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. Edward Powers, a Western Union oper ator, testified to the same thing, nnd said that he had addressed the envelope Oliver Goodwin, a negro bootblack In a Chestnut Btreet barber shop, said that Barrlngton came to tho shon where he jvbj cmeloyed on June 19, requested, him CUT OUT 'THE COUPON and send It to us and wb will send you an order which you can tako to your druggist and IT A 2 GENT IF "ELMO GAGTARINE" WE WANT EVERYONE WHO i3 suffering from Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Fer mentation or Sour Stomach, Gas on Stomach, Belching: and all Stomach Diseases, Palpitation, Shortness of Breath, Rheumatism or Neuralgia of the Heart, Fainting or Dizzy Spells and all Weaknesses and Diseases of the Heart, Weak or Irritable Nerves, Nervous Prostration, Sick Nervous Head aches and all. other Nervous Disorders TO GET A FREE BOX OF " ELMO CAC TARINE." Thousands of people have been relieved of their suffering; by using "Elmo Cactarine," and wo want you to try it at our expense. 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If used according to directions and falls to benefit, tako empty box back to place of purchase and money wlU be refunded. SOLD ASD GUARANTEED BY Rabot eau & dttmasmmagmmmmmammm DISEASES OF BV1EN, Not a Dollar Need tirrsfcv o r. MM-iiifn i -tTCh- - W AJ&EM ' ifMvrri M r Ttritc. If In blaln enve au cannot call. All correspondence etrlctly confidential and all replies sent lopes Inclofl 2-cent stamp to Insure reply. OKK1CE n m. to i: m. HOUmj9.00 a. m. to 6:00 p. CONSULTATION MICVCDG Xj tf Idr. avibst i a.iu w vwii Aiaritet. sr. jjjlus, mo. to clean Ms shoes, and stated that he had been horseback riding- on the precedlns day and that the animal on which he vrns mounted fell Into a ditcii on ton of him. R. L.. Mosclev and John Forahan teati- fled to llndlns a nuit of clothes, a shirt ana snirt stua nna otner tnnKcts 01 jew elry in some weeds alone; the right of way of the St. Louis, St. Charles and Western Railway Company, on September 23, and that the laundry mark on the clothes waa "McC." Both Identified the clothes shown them jestcrday as those they found. James Shannon told of the cashing of a MOO money order drawn by SIcCann for Barrlncston after the former's disappear ance He said 3lrs. Barrington was with him. and that McCann had heretofore authorized him to cash similar orders for Barrlngton. The other witnesses were Louis W. Bascom. who accompanied the driver of the wagon In which Barrlngton rode to the I"our Courts, from the Mounted Dis trict Station: Ferdinand Beal. who iden--tilled a revolver he had sold McCann for Barrlngton; Detective Gratiot Cabannc, Robert Fililngham and Sheriff Edmond C. Hencken. NIGHT SESSION WITNESSES. At tho night session Fred'C. Bohmclcr. a Broadway hatter, said that Barrlngton came to him tho Wednesday following McCann's disappearance and asked if he had any plans for locating him. He re plied that he had not. On cross-examination was asked If McCann had slapped thfi face of "Marie, a Texas girl." at Twenty-third street and Washington ave nue, and It ho had said that he ex pected trouble as a result. The witness re plied In the negative. He said he had never known of any trouble between Mr. C A S X O R I A for Wants and KtHflVEl ItiB Kind You Have Always Bought FREE COUPON NO. 131 Kindly send mo an order on my drug gist for a FREE 23c box of "Elmo Cacta rine " so that I can try It For Name ot Disease Your Name Address Fill out coupon and send It to ELMO CHEMICAL COMPANY Des Moines. Iowa, Co. 700 H. Broadway. ST. LOUIS, MO. 5 We want every man that Is suf. icrtcs irom any auease to come and have a talk with us. Be Paid Until Cured. VARICOCELE BLADDER and kidney trouble by oar rystem et treat ment ahow slffas ot Improvement at once. permanently cured without a catting or tying operation. No rain, no lo of time. BLOOD POISON of a specific nature cured to stay cured, and without the aid of mercury or potash. PARALYSIS By our special treat ment paralytics can walk. Throw away jour crutches and set well. No use to N a cripple all your lite. ULCERS We care not of bow lore stand in sr. as our stem of treatment dries them up at once. STRICTURE of any of the pas ?afT' or cnnals If re mo ed without cut RHEUMATISM In all Its forms, en larged and stiffened Joints are permanent ly cured by ua. VITALITY impaired, weakened or lost, by our system cf treatment is curd forever KIDNEYS The kidneys once de ranged, alt other parts J an ss-rttT llmmy ' cured to stay cured. ECZEMA Pimple? Erjalpla. Salt Ithenm. Tetter or any eruptive dis ease of the. (tkln Is ting or stretching. permanently curea. m. Evenings S.C0 to 8.W. Sundays. 3:00 a. AND ADVICE FREE. - w- Corner Broadway and and Mrs. McCann. but admitted that ha had seen Mrs. McCann with a black eye. Louis Hfserick. superintendent of th St. Ixul3, St. Charlex and Western Rail way Company, identified the clothes found by Mosoly. Deputy Sheriff John W. Bellalrs of St. Louis County, who rode with Barrlngton in the patrol wagon to the Four Courts after his Fcond arrest, said he noticed Barring ton feeling around his pockets onthc right hand side and Shat ho picked up his (Bar rington's) handkerchief and handed it to him when near Twenty-Eighth street. Ho said the wagon wheels had rubber tires. O. J. Macauly, clerk of the First Dis trict Police Court, failed to respond ami Prosecuting Attorney Johnston asked for an attachment. Tho Sheriff's service was not personal and an alias subpoena was issued instead. An attachment was issued for J. i CrKeefe. GUY M. DEANE IS IN WACO. Owensboro, Kr., Man Visiting Ilelutircs Is iu Good Health. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Waco, Tex.. March 1. Guy M. Dcane, who was reported In dispatches as mys teriously missing from his home at Owcns boro, Ky.. Is in this city a guest of R. S. Triplett. his relative. He is In good health. Mr. Dcane does not desire to rmkc a statement for the press, but has sent dis patches to relatives at Owensboro to quiet apprehenrfens concerning him. Boars too s? (r xt CfMk BOX