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THE ST. LOUIS EEPTJBLIC: WEDNESDAY, MftKCH 2, 1904;.
'h A J e t a Means loss of vitality, vigor or tone, and is often a pre cursor of prostrating sick ness. This is why it is serious. The best, thing you can do is to take the great, alterative and tonic Hood's Sarsaparilla Which" has cared thousands. COLONEL KAHLO A SUICIDE. Kills Himself in a Hotel at Knox ville, Tenn. KnoxvMe, Tenn., March 1. Colonel Charles Kahlo of Indianapolis, Ind., repre sentative of the National Association of Manufacturers, killed himself in the Hotel Imperial here to-day. He was in the United States consular service under President Harrison, and has held rjosltlons of State and trust In In diana. No reason is assigned for his act. Choree Boys IVlth Hone Theft. Warrants charging grand larceny were Issued yesterday against Edwin Burris, 19 years old, of No. 1930 Franklin avenue, and John Steel, 17 years old, of No. K13 Penrose street. They are charged with etealins a horse and buggy from the Rescue Home at No. IS12 Lucas avenue. 3oth boys were arrested Monday evening while trying to dispose of the horse and buggy to George Kltchnell, a horse trader. Workmen Hurt In Clinrcli. A scafford upon which Charles Stewart of No. SS00 Gamble avenue, and Fred Gardner, another workman, were working Inside of a church at Iiefflngwell and Lucas avenue, yesterday morning, gave way, and both men fell to the floor. Stew art sustained a broken rib and a broken left wrist. He is at the City Hospital. . Gardner escaped with slight bruises. Condition of Missouri Orchards. W. It. Wilkinson, vice president of the American Apply Growers' Congress, has returned for a trip of investigation of the condition of tho Missouri orchards, and reports peach buds In good condition in Southeast Missouri. Apples and pears, he Bays, also promise a full crop. DEATHS. AXXIB-On Tuesday. March 1, 1S0. .at l: o'clock a. m.. Mary Jane Annls (nee Hender son), beloved wife o William K. Annts. Fu neral from residence. No. li.fl Chambers street, Wednesday, March i at 1 o'clock p. m., to New Betnlehem Cemetery. Interment private. BAKER Entered into rest on Sunday, Feb ruary a. 1201. at I o"clock o. m.. Susie Baker, wire of the late Louis Baker, and mother of Frank Baker. Mr. Arthur Kennedy (nee Baker) and Wm. Baker, aged S ears and 7 months. Funeral Wednesday. March 2. at 1:50 p. m., from residence. No. 1700 Norjh Tenth street, to St. Lawrence O'Toole's Church, thence to Cahary Cemetery. Relatnes and friends are Invited to attend. CAIiAHAN-On Tuesday. March 1. 19M. at I o'clock a. m.. Daniel O. Callahan, beloved father of Daniel. Jeremiah. M. D. and John H. Callahan, seed 72 years. The funeral will take piaco Wednesday. March 2. at : o'dlock P. m.. from famllr residence. So. :tM Cas avenue, to St. Leo's Church, thence to Cal vary Cemetery. Friends ara Incited to attend. CALl4AHAN-0n Tuesday. March 1. ISM. at 10:30 o'clock a. m.. Johanna. beloed wife of Patrick Callahan, mother of Thomas, Annie, Edward and the late Margaret Kennedy (ne Callahan). The funeral will take place Thurs day. March 3. at aj3 o'clock a. m.. from family residence. No. 27J7 Howard street, to St. Leo's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend. Deceased was a mem ber of St. Ann's Sodality. St. Leo's Farlsh. and Clover lr Lodce. No. 1S32. K. i L. c tt CAVALLO-On Tuesday, March 1, ISM. at 1 o'clock p. m., Carrie Caallo (nee Walker), be loved wife 05 Enrico Qaiajlo and daughter ct Charles arld tSertrude Walker and sister of Mrs. Frank Ze&gel. Charles. August, John and Alexander Walker, aged 28 years 5 months and II days. FnnerU from residence. No. 3003 Clark avenue. Thursday, March 2, at ID o'clock a- m., to Calvary Cemetery. Kansas City and Mem phis papers please copy. ' DOYLO-Cra Friday, February 26, ISO), at Good Samaritan Hospital. William Doyle. Fu neral "Wednesday, March 2. from Howard's un-dertaklag-roams. No. 2SJ1 Laclede avenue, at 2 o'clock, to Calary Cemetery. Omaha, Neb., papers please copy. GERHART On Monday, February 22, 1904, Peter G. Gerhart relict of Octavia Flandrm Gerhart. in his seventy-fourth year, at San Diego, CaL Funeral from resldenoe. No. tw Washington boulevard, Thursday. March 3, at J0 Lin., thence to St. Xavler'a Church. In terment in Calvary Cemetery. HUSSMAN Entered into peaceful slumber at E a. m, on Monday. February '23th. 1304. at her residence. 4320 West Belle place. Mrs. Flor entine W. Hussman, dearly beloved mother of Arnold A. Emll F., Herman 5L. Charles E. and Mrs. Sic- Rosenthal (nee Hussman). Mother-in-law of Mrs. K. F. Hussman (nee BakerJ. Mrs. H. H. Hussman (nee Farrar) and Mrs. C. K. Hussman (nee Wallace): Grandmother of Minnie. Florlne, Marguerite and Dorsey Huss man and Itena White, seed 71 years. 3 months and 23 dajs. Funeral Wednesday. March 2. at 1 p. m.. to Bethanla Church, TwentyUhlrd and Wash streets. Interment In St. Peter's Ceme tery. Friends Invited to attend. Little Rock, Ark., and Louisville, Ky. papers please copy. KINTZING On Sunday, February 23. 1904. suddenly. Mrs. Mary L., widow of Charles S. Klntzlns. Funeral at 3:39 p. m. Wednesday, March 2, from residence. No. 6094 Minerva ave nue. LANDZETTEL On Tuesday. March 1 1904. at 6 o'clock a. m., after a short Illness. Frank T Landzettel, beloved husband of Katherlne 7-andzettel (nee Linkosel). and father of Frank. Lorenz. Angelina and Maria Landzettel. aged 42 years. The funeral will take place from resi dence. No. 4S70 North Market, on Thursday. March t, at 9 o'clock a. m.. to Church of the .Holy Ghost, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Tienas invnea 10 aircna. LTON On Monday. February . 1904. John Lyon, husband of G. Jane Lyon. Funeral from Chas. F. Bergewh'F. undertaker. No. 1022 North Sixth street. Wednesday, at ,9 o'clock a. m., to St. Peter's Cemetery. MARSHALL-On Tuesday. March I. 1904. at $30 a. m.. Isaac S. Marshall, beloved hu.band of Mary Marshall (nee. O'Connor) and father of Officer William. Timothy. Richard and Isaac Marshall. Mrs. Edward Davison and Mm. Thomas Iloran, aged 64 years. Funeral will take place from family residence. No. 15 South Tenth street, on Thursday. March 3. at 2 n. m., to Old Cathedral Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Philadelphia. Pa., and Salem County, New Jersey, papers please copy. McCANN-On Tuesday, March 1. 1904. at 12:30 ft. m., Mary C McCann (noe O'Brien), wife of James V. McCann. Funeral from residence. No. 1C07A North Twentieth street. March 3, at S:30 a. m.. to St. Bridget's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. McDONNELL-On Monday, rebruary 23. 1MI. at 5 p. jtu, after a Itnperinc; Illness1. William McDonnell, beloved husband of Bridget Mc Donnell (nee FoIe). and father of Marv Stone (nee McDonnell) Agnes Moore (nee McDonnell) and Maggie Willie, Jul'a, Loretta. Charles. Peter. Joseph. Frank and Rose McDonnell, need 84 years. The funeral will take dace on Thursday. March 3, at 2 o'clock p. m., from residence. No. 1819 Elliot avenue, to St. Leo's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends Invited to attend. NOONAN On Monday, rebruary 29. 1954. at 4:45 p. m.. Josle Noonan. beloved daughter of Michael and Johanna Noonan (nee Shelly) and dear sister of Mamie. Lizzie and Frank Noonan and Mrs F. McMara (nee Noonan). aged 17 J ears. Funeral will take place Wednesday. March 2, at 3:30 a. m.. from residence, .No. 4019 Cottage avenue, to St. Matthew's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery, rrlends Invited. nOTHROCK On Tuesday, March 1. 3904, at 4 6 m., Mrs. Jane Hothrofck. mother of Mrs. W. . Lpwrv and. Mrs. Nellie Nance. Funeral services Wednesday, at 4 p. m.. at the resi dence. No. 2300 Henrietta street. .Interment at Fort Scott. Kas., Thursday. SAVAGE-On Tuesday. March I. 1904. at 2:1S u m., Patrick Savage, beloved husbnn'of Ro salia. Baage. and dear father of Edward A. Savage and Mrs. M. R Magulre. Funeral will take place from residence. No. 1933 Cass ave nue at 3:30 a. m . Thursday, to St. Leo's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are Invited to attend. SHELLT On Monday. February a. 1904. at 1:43 o'clock a. m., Thomas Shells, beloved fa ther of Catherine and James Shelly. Mrs. Julia Newman and the late Mrs. Oeorxe W. Cooke. c nrtAeet'tt Church- thence to Oilrnrv rvm. tery- Friends are lnited to attend SWEENEY On Tffesday. March 1, 1904. at 3:11 a. nu. Ellen, beloved wife of Patrick Sweenev. aged 60 veare. The funeral will take nlacs Thursday. 3d Inst,, at l-Jj o'clock a. m.. from family residence. No. 7913 Oherbeck street, to Mount Carmel Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends, are Invited to attend. Bos ton. Mass.. papers please copy. NORTH END COUNCIL. No. 1032. R. A.-, Members are requested to attend ths funeral of Brother Frank A. Mldderhoff from his late residence. No. S24ii Buchanan street. Br or JS of GEORGE A. BROOKS. Regent. Attest: H. A. Bargmann, Secretary. WAGONER UNDERTAKING CO. liar oixve sr. Day or Night. COWHERD WOULD PROBE POSTAL DEPARTMENT. Resolution Introduced In House Pro vides TImt Iuvesticntlnt Commit tee of Five Be Appointed. Washington, March 1. An investigation of the Post-Offlce Department by a spe cial committee of the House of Represent atives is belns urged by the minority members of the House Committee on Post Offices and Post Roads. A resolution to this end. Introduced In the Houso January 5 by Representative Hay (Dem.) of Virginia, was duplicated to-day by Representative Cowherd (Dem.) of Missouri. Mr. Cowherd Is 'a member of the Post Offlce Committee. Mr. Hay Is not, and the relntroductlon of the resolution is regard ed as a move to bring the matter to a head In the near future. The Cowherd resolution provides that a committee of Ave members of the House shall conduct the investigation. The hearings had by the committee In the preparation of the post-office appro priation bill. It Is declared, developed con siderable information. The subcommittee, before which officials of the department made explanations of their estimates. Is to lay the Information obtained before the full committee In the near future. This Information Includes, it Is stated, evidence of several hundred violations of law by members of the House, Importun ing for Increase of salaries of rural Post masters and the Increase In the force of post offices in which such Increase was not absolutely Justified by the facts, but which were granted by the officials of the department. Other violations of law In clude a limited number of cases where members of the House have leased then property to the Government for post-office purposes. Mr. Hay declared that he would ask the House to discharge the committee from consideration of his resolution for an In vestigation and have the same "called up In the House for the consideration of that body. KANSAS CITY EXCHANGE OPPOSED TO SHIP SUBSIDY. Board of Trade Declares That Amer ican Commerce Will Justify Bnlld ins of Merchant Marine. REPUBLIC SPECIAL, Washington, March L Senator Cockrell has presented to the Senate resolutions adopted by the directors of the Board of Trade of Kansas City, declaring that they are "In hearty sympathy with the move ment calling for encouragement and friendly legislation on the part of Con gress to enlarge and extend the American merchant marine; to remove, as far as possible, any Impediment or discrimina tion to the American merchant marine now existing and to put it upon en equality before the law with any mer chant marine sailing under the flag of the most favored nation; provided, how ttver, that this Board of Trade is unalter ably and uncompromisingly opposed to any enactment by Congress that shall In volve the payment of any subsidy, it be ing the firm conviction that the mag nitude of tho commerce to be carried, the unlimited supply of material within our own borders for tho construction of ves sel, and the unequaled ability of our people in the construction of the same, together with their recognized superior seamanship, place the people of this na tion upon a footing on which they are able to cope with all the world without material aid." The resolutions were rferred to the Committee on Commerce. Mr. Cockrell also has presented a peti tion of the Ministerial Association of Monroe City and a petition of the Fort nightly Club of Klrkwood, praying for an investigation of the charges made and tiled against Reed Smoot, Senator from Utah; which were referred to the Com mittee on Privileges and Ejections. Post-Offlce Komlnationa. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Washington, March L The following post-office nominations In the Southwest are now pending confirmation in the United States Senate: Missouri Milton J. Hudson, at Hale. Office became presidential January 1. William G. Kitchen, at Bloomfleld. Incumbent's commis sion expired February 2. Oklahoma O. A. Hall, at Okarche. In the county of Canadian and Territory of Okla homa, in place of Ellery A. Humphrey, re signed. Illinois Robert B. Thomas, at Lacon. In cumbent's commission expired December 13, 1303. Arkansas Omar N. Hawkins, at Morrillton. Charles L. Jones, at Junction, in place of Ed ward S. Pamell. resigned. Texas William Reese, at Floresville, In place of Paul Neubauer. Incumbent's commission ex pired December 14, 1S0S. Other nominations pending are: J. Blair Sehoenfelt of Wyoming, to be agent for the Indians of the Union Agency, in tho Indian Territory, his term having expired Janu ary 18 (reappointment). Lieutenant Colonel James F. RandleU. u. S. A. retired, of California, to be agent for the Indians of the Kiowa Agency, in Oklahoma, his term having expired February 2. 1904 (reap pointment). The following Southwestern Postmasters were confirmed to-day: Indian Territory William Noble, at South McAlester. Missouri Benjamin C Kluemeier, at La Grange. Laurlston H. Condit, to ba Postmaster at Canton. National Bank Affairs. REPUBLIC SPECIAL, ., Washington, March 1. The Comptroller of tho Currency to-day approved an ap plication to organize the First National Bank of Iredell, Tex.; capital, J2S.000. Ap plication was signed by J. W. Rudasill, Meridian. Tex.: C. W. Tidwell. J. I Mln gus, T. C Parks and H. C. Odle. A certificate was Issued authorizing the Farmers' National Bank of Pleasant Hill. Mo., to begin business with a capital of 323,000. H. A. Jones, president; R. I. Walker, cashier. Corporate existence of the Citizens' Na tional Bank, of Waco. Tex., and the First National Bank of Peabody, Kas., has been extended until the close of business March 1, 1K4. The designation of the following banks as reserve agents has been approved: Na tional Bank of Commerce, St, Louis, for S 1 1 !IL JACK RUMSEY'S SECRET FOR SECURING SLEEP. A Missouri PiJolOc Railroad Conduct or Telia How lie Preventi the Wreclc of His Serves. A great deal of fatigue and anxletv Is housed up In the little red box that swings at the tall end of every freight train and shares In every Jolt of the string of heavy cars that precedes it on the rails. The men In It are good, hearty fellows, who bear cheerfully the hazards connected with the great problem of transportation. They are astir night and day on a vast network of lines and the sympathies of tens of thousands of peaceful little homes go with them on their runs. The great public must have Its supplies, and these are the men who must get them through at the cost even of their lives. Mr. Jack Rumsey of Council Grove, Kansas, is an energetic, frank, good-natured member of this brotherhood, and he bears a load of worries that makes it necessary for him to seek help to keep his excited nerves from wearing- him out. He save: What troubled me most was my Inabil ity to'get sleep when the chance camp and a. most Irritating sensitiveness of my whole nervous system, growing out of the ir regularities and anxieties connected with my dally work. Three or four rears ago a clerk in the superintendent's offlce of the Missouri Pacific, at Osawatomle. advised me to use Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. I acted on his advice and got help right away. So I keep them on hand all the time, and whenever the strain begins to tell on me I take a few doses. They quiet down my excited nerves' and make it possible for me to sleep Just like a child. Thev are mighty good medicine for a railroad man. That Is the absolute truth, as far as my experience goes.-and I am right rlad to recommend them." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are unlike other medicines because they act directly on the blood and nerves. They are a positive cure for all diseases arising from impoverished blood or shattered nerves. They are sold by all -dealers, or will be sort postpaid on receipt of nrlcej, fifty cents a box, or six boxes for twodot" lars and fifty cents, by addressing Dr. Wil liams Medicine Company, Schenectady, n. t. - - r ifsf KRYPTOK" INVISIBLE BIFOCAL LENSES "Kryptok" Lenses are made exclusively by Aloe's in the State of Missouri; and can not be obtained anywhere else. Ask to see them or send for descriptive circular. Em OPTIGM. AUTHORITIES Ol OF AMERICA, MLy 513 OLIVE B KODAKS- -ENGINEERING 1NSTRUHEHTS ARTISTS MATERIALS. (NS1L. World's Fair Bulletin In district bounded by Chouteau avenue, Easton avenue, the River and World's Fair Grounds, residents desiring GAS are advised to make applications at once, as streets cannot be opened in this district after April J 5th. Laclede Gas Light Company, 7J6 Locust Street. tho State National Bank of Tcxarkana, Ark.; City National Bank, Dallas, for the Rogers National Bank, Jefferson, Tex. nailsray Mall Clerks Appointed. REPUBUC SPECIAU Washington, March 1. Charles H. Hoft of Slater, Jesse E. Couch of Milan. II. F. Kiene of Independence, Mo., and Charles IV. Hayes of Oklahoma City. Ok., have been appointed railway mail clerks. ASKS FOR DIVORCE RECORD. Inquiries Made Concerning John E. Sprague's Case. Mrs. Ida P. Willis of No. 40J7 Finney avenue called at the Circuit Clerk's of fice In the Courthouse yesterday and ob tained a certified copy of the last order in the divorce suit of John E. Spraguo against Lulu B. Sprague, Thlch was dis missed. She showed a letter from George E. Martin of Mound City, HI. State Attor ney of Pulaski County. Illinois, request ing that the copy be secured. Sprague sued for divorce several months ago, obtaining service by publication. The case was tried In Judge Fisher's court and taken under advisement. While the case -was pending Mrs. Sprague came Into court and asked to have the case reopened. She filed a copy of a marriage license Issued to a man named John Sprague and a woman in Belleville. I1L, and a copy of the return of the Justice who married tho couple. Mrs. Sprague said she was in St. Louis when the suit was filed. Judge Fisher reopened the case, but Sprague did not appear. ICE WILL NOT BE CHEAPER. Increase in Expenses to Offset Large Crop. The price of ice this summer will bo about the same It was last year, accord ing to local dealers. When seen In regard to this matter, I. C. Muckermann, president of the Polar Wave Ice Company, said: "Although the supply will be much lar ger than It was last season, owing to the great quantity of natural Ice that has been cut, the prices will remain about the same, as labor and feed have advanced consider ably." The retail price of Ice will be about 40 cents a hundred, and the wholesale price about $3.50 a ton, on the track. WAITING FOR FAIR STAMPS. Receipts for February, However, Show Large Increase. Receipts of the St. Lquis Post Office for February were $9,010.73, against $212,036.18 for February, 1903, showing an Increase of $28,974.60, or mora than 11 per cent. In view of the fact that many of the large stamp customers are holding oft their purchases until the World's Fair stamps ara placed on sale. May 1. Post master Wyman consider the increased receipts for Februarygratifylng. HIGH SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT Assembly Will Hold Semiannual Meeting. The St. Louis High Schopl Assembly will hold Its second semiannual meeting to-morrow evening. The programme is. as follows: President's address, Herbert Stein: Houso of Renreoj-ntatlves calendar Jones bill, to control all telegraph and ex presa business and extend Government ownership thereto Part 2 Violin Club. Herbert Stein.direct or; trio, Elmer Curtis. Jacob Liberstein, Leo Miller: Mandolin Club. Arthur Lytton, director: address, Campbell Orrlck Bishop, class '54. Sontrnmon Presbytery Meets. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Virginia. III.. March L The Sangamon Presbytery, Including; the Cumberland Presbyterian churches ofCass, Macoupin. Sangamon, Menard, Logan and Green counties, opened a semiannual session here to-nlRct fThcuReVfrend Thomas Pottrr of Laoml?-nt.schalnnan; jy. T, Efder of Kocis,i;rreK ispera. ii 'opening sermon itrjr.e the -Reverend -George TRADE-HARK Combining a reading and distance lens in a single frame without crack or line. Not Like This3? KyT STREET. TESTIFIES IN WIGGINS SUIT. Former Governor Francis Ques tioned Concerning Kailway Sale. Former Governor D. R. Francis testified yesterday in Judge Wood's division of the Circuit Court in the suit of Mrs. Carrie V. C. Wann against John Scullin. Festus kWade and tho Mercantile Trust Company ior ,wu oecause of the sale of fifty shares of stock in the Wiggins Ferry Company In April, 1902, during the con test between the Mercantile Trust Com pany and the Mississippi Valley Trust Company for the control of tho Wiggins Ferry Company. Mrs. Wann avers that while In Chicago she received a communication from Mr. Scullin stating that he had agreed to sell his stock in the Wiggins Company for $500 a share, and said If she desired to sell her stock for the same price to for ward the certificate. She did so, not Know ing that tho stock was selling for a higher price, she avers. Sho alleges that the stock was worth J1.SS5 a share. The Rock Island road, which was seek ing to obtain an entrance into St. Louis, was back of the Mercantile Trust Com pany, which offered to buy at J500 a share for the Wiggins' stock. It is alleged that Mr. Scullin was interested in favor of the Rock Island Company because of the sale to the Rock Island Company of the St. Louis, Kansas City and Colorado Rail road. Governor Francis was placed on the stand to testify in regard to the Bale. The trial will be resumed to-day. CLERK JAMES GRIFFIN HURT. Was Run Over as He Stepped From Buggy. James Griffin, clerk in Justice Robert J. Carroll's Court, is confined to his home. No. 2317 Eugenia street, by injuries sus tained by being run over by a wagon about 6 o'clock last Monday evening. He had ridden with Judge Carroll in the latter"s buggy, from the office to Twenty first and Market streets, where the acci dent occurred. Judge Carroll was on his way to pay the employes of the Central Carriage and Wagon Company at Twenty-first and Eu genia streets. Judge Carroll is manager and part owner of the company. Mr. Griffin got out of the buggy to pro ceed to his home. As he stepped to the street, he fell, and was run down by a one-horse sprihg wagon that was passing in the opposite direction. The wheels passed over his Umb3 and he was struck ln.the head by the hind axle and rendered senseless. The wagon contained two men, who stopped as soon as they could and rendered every assistance to the Injured man. Dally Tourist Sleeping Car Dally TO LOS ANGELES AND SAN FRANCIS CO VIA IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Special one-way tickets only $30.00. On sale daily during March and April. Par ticulars at City Ticket Office. & E. Cor. Sixth and Olive streets. Permit for Seoton Bank. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Springfield, 111., March 1. State Auditor McCullough to-day Issued a permit for the organization of the Farmers' State Bank of Beaton, at Seaton,Mercer County, with a capital stock of $23.X. The incor porators are: H. C. Reily. William Kel Fogs and A. C Greer. The Vnndnlla-Pennsylvania. Lines Have three elegant trains from St. Louis dally, through to New York; trains leav ing at 8:44 a. m. and U3 p. m. are solid through to New York for both coach and sleeping-car passengers: on the 4:44 a. m. train Is parlor, smoking car, and patrons of Booklovers Library can ex change books on the train. The New York Limited leaves at 1230 noon. Call at Seventh and Olive streets for folder and full information. Funeral of Sidney Fnlrchlld. The funeral of Sidney B. Falrchlld, for fifty years an employe or the Western Union Telegraph Company, will take place at 230 this afternoon from the Temple of Spiritualism.. No. 3015 Pine street. Cnugnt With Stolen Property. George Beyerlon, 17 years old, was ar rested yesterday at Seventh and Market streets, on a warrant charglnff him with grand larceny. Joseph Sedlack of No. 1701 Market street Is the prosecuting, witness. He claims that Beyerlon entered his room Avoid Buying Shade Rollers "JUST AS GOOD" as the BJ! A ffLWC fI Ti ITfe Rk ? oak i Improved Self Acting" Shsde Rollers Youannotafford' to experiment with in ferior shade rollers, log since tneycannot lied upon. No matter ihow good your shade may.'-be, unless it is mounted7 "on a genuine Hartshosn-Shade ROLLER, youare borrowing Aslr your dealer to show Improved Hartshorn Roller. 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Constipation, 12,:S5,65 people were treated in 1903. 25c All dratrgists. on February IS and stole a cold watch, two chains, a magnifying glass, a pair of opera glasses and clothing. When ar- property. A revolver was also found con- J FOUR REVIVALS IN PROGRESS. Fifth Meeting at Charleston to Begin Friday. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Charleston, 111., March 1. Revival serv ices are in progress at four of the churches and the fifth will begin this week. Evangelist Wilson of Indianapolis, who began at the First Christian Church three weeks ago. already has over 100 con verts, and Interest Is increasing each night. The Reverend William Bodell of Sladl son. Ind.. la meeting with much success at the First Presbyterian Church. Tho Baptists and Cumberland Presbyterians have united for a special effort. Friday night the First Methodist Church opens Its doors to Evengellsts Hart and Ma gulre of St. Louis. MANY DELEGATES ATTEND. Illinois Missionary Convention Opens at Bloomington, 111. 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"It is worth its weight in gold," says many who have used it. $1.00 per bottle at drue stores. Book containing valuable information of interest to all women, will be sent to any address free upon application- to . QRAQFIEU3 REGULATOR OO.f is'WJ There is only one thing you need do in order to 1 ensure a comfortable trip to California tell the ticket agent that your ticket should read via the Golden Stats limited. It is an easy name to remember; a still easier train to travel by. Southern route by way of 1 Paso and the Southern Pacific, through a land where winter is unknown. No high altitudes, and no taovr. Leara Chicago and Kan sas City daily, December 2a to April 14 for Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and San Francisco. Tickets, berths and liter ature at this office and at offices of all connecting lines. H. P. Mautz. District Passenger Agent, Bth and Olive Streets. St. Loals, Ma, nu&m $?ts oe -re - trouble. you4heJl- . . &1j J$z$aifer TIN ROLLERS. K!!y - t.OUlS. TcitPHOH. LlOIU. 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Made by Eyo-Flx Remedy Co., Detroit, Mich. church In the United States are on the prueraiiuuc. The object of the gathering Is to pro-, mote we cauw: ul MHiaiuu "- c-f-" to-dav were C. J. Little of Evanston and President E. M. Smith of the Illinois Wesleyan University. Herricli Paper Chances Hands. REPUBLIC SPECTAL. Ramsey. I1L. March 1 F. M. Bolt sold the Herrlck Herald plant to C. F. Oare. The paper will bo continued there as an Independent organ. V.vr-rv mnthnr foals a mother's friend AtlsustSfaG' Jfl J -'" v7oao'i AUCTIONEERS. MAAWMM-MMMVVMVNMiSWVWMA 1, &, SEUSSHC & GO,, AVCTION AND STORAGE. Regular sals every Saturday at warebottM nd general oiace. 1SOS-10-1I Chouteau avenue. Bales In residences a specialty. Prions Kinloca C 157. i WESTERN SALVAGE WRECKING AGEftCY 1003 and 1007 TVashlngtnn arenue. handlers oS rire and Marine 6alva. Watch for special notices. SAMUEL C.WS. Manager. AMUSEMENTS. j-irunjxjrT -MRS. LANGTRY- In Percy FendiU's Comedy. "MltS. DCEHLMi'S DIVORCn." Wednesday Matinee a Special Performance or Sydney Grundy's "THi; DUOENERATES." SHXT SCXDAY SIJATS THURSDAY Messrs-Shubert and Nixon &. Zimmerman nresent "A CHINESE HONEYMOON." THE IHTERNATIONAL Comedy Success. OLYiVaP.C-TQ-HI8HT8 HR. N. G. GOODWIN In a revival of his greatest comedy triampa. "A GILDED FOOL." Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. ' SPBCIAL-XEXT MOXDAY XIGIIT In Clyde Fitch's 'HER OWN WAY." SEATS TIIUnSDAY. Continuous Vaudellie. 1:30 to 1030 Dally. All This Week and Next Sunday. James J. Corbett, Sidney Drew Co. Charles Ernest. Edmund Day & Co. ' OUIe Touhe & Bro. Emerson & OmeKa. Semon Children. McKInnon & Reed. Runse & Atnlel. Chairs Reserved. TSc Herr seona. Krank O'Brien. Frank La Mondue. Tessle Hereford. , The Klnodrome. 15-M-50C Orchestra Tn Home ot Folly. Two Frolics Daily FAY FOSTER CO. SU THE FMP-FU? B10HDE IH BUCK. Next Attraction CITY SPORTS CO. laVSPLERI Al lBc5c,35c,SOc. 25c Mat. TO-DAY. A nomnnce of I Next "A Hot Old Time." Mats. To-Day and Sit. SCc and 50c. Nlxb Prices, S-JI-M-7S-J1.00. The Greatest Comedy Success of Tears, DAVID HARUm, The Original New York Production. Next Sun. Mat J. H. btoddart la "BONNTB BRIER BU3H." Hill IMJS2?8.,r23 AY LIN &k forL,wt J5-nt Matinees Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday. 25C Hat. T0 PROUD BsMWea. "SfiSSlil TOBEQ. 15,25, JMSr Sun. Mat. Next "For Her Children's Saks. ' CRAWFORD XSZSS: Mack &. Galtes Present MR. WILLARD SIMMS In the Bie New Musical Comedy. "PICKINGS FROM PUCK." Star Cast. Bic Chorue. Next Attraction "Uncle Josh Sprnceby." Eagle Trading Stamps TREE. Tues., Wed.. ThursaadSat. Matinees. USIC HALL TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS FRENCH GRAND OPERA GO. 150 PEOPLE To-Hlght-IL TROVATORE-To-Nlght Thursday CIXDERELLA. Prices. $100, H.50. JLC0 and 50c Scats now at Bollman's. 112) Olive Street. (FRA EIBE8TBS) Will lectors at the FINE ARTS HAIL, MUSEUM OF FIRE ARTS. Wednesday Evening, March 2. Subject: "SOCR; TEa THE PHILOSOPHER." Tickets on sale at Bollman Bros. Piano Oct. 1110 Ollvs St., one week In advance. BROADWAY HUSEE, -Vi-r. OPEN 10 TO 10 EVERT DAT. YATJD EVIM.E CURI OS FREAKS. lOo ADMISSIOX 10c. Ylstt the Great Miracle rictnre, IN THE SHADOW 0FTPE CROSS. 515 Olive at. 10 to 10 dally aSc. I 31300 Glhre-Sow 0pm Mammoth Wild Beat! CoHcctloa ADMISSION 10 CHN7S. NITi IrainTm HmIut tat m ttv lag. Xt&sadvosHair&k r wuaci sajtsismcsv cu. miOt m 2 ft 4J t m. DifUsca no fc!azJte. Ta TstcvIt ovr Imrcmd Xsvcbtfia wlti ftlW lint Attackaftfta4 Upmtin$ooi xar cud. irnw wuj u& nnau Tfefl U. S. W! C&, DatroH. fifth. I Lewis & Clark Centennial Exposition. Proposal tv ill be ilcccDted at the otflc ct the Lewla and Clark Centennial Kxposltlon CocimlKSion, room S Stearns bulldlns. Port land. Oregon, until 12 o'clock noon. Marclj 19. 1904, tor the construction, and the construction and demolition, of: 1. State bulldlcff: S. Liberal Arts bulldlUK: 2. Festival Hall; 4. Forestry building: C Administration building. Are sta tion. public comfort colonnade and shelter, bridge .superstructure, nana can be seen and cTwciflcatlona obtained at the office ef the Director of Architecture, room 5 Stearns bnlld lntr. and at the office of the above-named com mfFPton. Bids mut be submitted on forma fur nished by the commission and addressed to Ed mond C. Olltner. secretary. D. C GUTTXEH. Sec State Commission. Issarea Part,Sft, Waltz Skis sd a BcaaUfcl CospUlMS, i cures Eezetss u4 Tetter. At- soiuuir sua Fcrrasnsnur removes Blscihsecs, Jrsc Met, Plcrpl.i, Bednesf, 8ns rpots and Tan. Used trtik Danat-Bovil Soap a Tex fe-rt akin la ls.nred. Sold tv Dnrgs&s. er Rirfcaardtred illrsei. Beraa-Bcnra!, 81 vet bottle, express psltS. Derna-Bovale tteap, 5 cents, by nail. BoU la asm pae&xw. 8LSS, express pais. Porfraittand TtUtmtnialt tent ruptau One Bottle FREE to Agents. SHE DEBBs-BOTlIX CG Cincinnati, Om uiruraTrD rNfthitu !PRjy.L?jy.s BATE j w7 ramn wawiy ""Tl? la TTP sad Gold nwtsSfe Wxm tU4 vitkUuriMMt. 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