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-si 14 THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: T-HURSDAY. MARCH 10. 1904. it h m IV I i One Night Treatment Soak the feet or hands on retiring in a strong, hot, creamy lather of CUTICURA SOAP. Dry, and anoint freely with CUTICURA OINTMENT, the great skin cure and purest of emollients. Bandage lightly in old, soft cotton or linen. For itching, burning, and scaling ec- zema, rashes, inflamma tion, and chafing, for red ness, roughness, cracks, and fissures, with brittle, shapeless nails, this,treat ment is simply wonderful, frequently curing in one 'night. f CwipIeU Ilnnor Cere, wnriitler of CUTICURJL f KMoWent, Oc tn form ef ChocUi Ceited Fflli. 9c 1 pfTTUloie0),OLBtzat,)eSoBp,Se. Drpotfnde, r It Cfc&rterhooM Sg jlirli, Rued 1 Fill. Bottom, 137 Columtra Ave. rotter DroAC!.?, Con-SoU Preys, er fieod tor Uow to Curt Xrtrj UvK.tr PILES, FISSURE, ITCHING, FISTULA, BLEEDIM, RECTAL ULCER, ETC. PILES Cared without surgical operation, cures rur- tatted. All protrudlDK .topped In on. or Mrs treatments. Do Dot continue to suffer when Ttm can be cured without an operation. Con tmllatlen tree. Call or write. Incloslcc 2 statnn. for I$-nare Boolclt on Rectal Diseases. DR. M. NEY SMITH, Speclaillst, SOO Ollre Street, St. Louis. Ofncs hours a. m. to t p. m. Sundsrs. to lust a. m. PILES ft rw -permanently ana wunout pain oy a COL. the unfa Hire German remedy, Kccom-' mended bv lead ins- rjhvsiclacs. Cure euwan ted- For sale In all dnic stores, or fllrect by the FASCOL. CO. room 04 Holland trulldlnjr. NOTARY PUBLIC. f JOSEPH F. FM..SH. Vt. LOUIS RKPrJBLIO UBILDIKS. jjl. Bell Main 3MU. Klnlaeh A S73. TALK ON PARLIAMENTARY LAW Mrs. S. V. Benjamin DelivdfB First Lecture to Women. Mrs;. S. V. Benjamin, national parlia mentarian ot the W. C. T. U.. who came to St. Louis to lecture oniparllamentary law under the auspices of Margaret Me Clure Chapter ot the United Daughters ot the Confederacy, cave the first of a series of three lectures esterday morning at the Grand Avenue Presbyterian Church. fr Tho lectures ate intended for the benefit of women who will be called upon to use parliamentary procedure) at conventions In the city during the summer. Lectures will be given at tho same place this momlnc and to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock. Tinner Ilnrt by Fall. Wftldemar Sydow, a tinner, of No. 916 Eouth Broadway, sustained severe bruises In falling through a skylight at the Hol land Hotel. No. 1530 Washington avenue, where ho was emploed, yesterday morn ing. He was conveyed to tho City Hos pital. The distance of his fall was about thirty feet. Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder AN ELEGANT TOILET LUXURY Used by people of refinement for over a quarter of a century PREPARED BY JUST PURE BEEF UEBiG Extract of Beef 7frZ&g Genuine with. "bla8 signataro CHBISTIAN BIBLE MORMONS' GUIDE, President Spilth Declares His Church's Kules Come From Kins James's Version. REVELATION TO INDIVIDUALS. Says Children of Plural Wives Get What Is Willed to Them or Their Mothers Theory of "Eternal Sealings." Washington, March 9. The seventh day of the hearings In the Senator Smoot case was opened before tho Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections by Attorney Taylcr for the prosecution, recalling Pres ident Joseph F. Smith pf tho Mormon Church to the stand. "The officers of the Mormon Church are sensitive In regard to charges that plural marriages have been performed since 1SD0. are they not?" Mr. Tayler asked. Mr. Smith said he thought they were very sensitive on that subject. He was then asked whether he had tak en any steps to run down tho stories that the laws had been violated by officers of the church. Ho answered that the public charge did not concern him. and that if he took time to answer all the charges made against himself and olhcr officials of the church he would not havo time to do other work. Chairman Burrows asked In regard to the marriage ccremcnles performed In tho church. He spoke of the marriages for time, the marriages for time and eternity and the marriages for eternity only, and asked if the latter is not called "sealing." ETERNAL SEALINGS. "They are all called sealing," was tho response. "Is this sealing for eternity eer per formed for Ihlng perrons?" "I believe I have heard of one or two such cases," said the witness. "Are any polygamlsts ever sealed for eternity?" "No. sir." "Does this service of sealing for eterni ty carry the right ot earthly cohabita tion.?" "No." ."Is the practlco ever exercised as a right T' "Not that I know of." Chairman Burrows asked the witness to Identify the book of Mormon, and then turning to the reflation of the prophet, Joseph Smith, he asked specifically In re gard to the manner it was revealed, and waB Informed that It was revealed to him by God. Chairman Burrows asked if polygamy was taught In that book, and Mr. Smith answered that it was emphatically for bidden. Reading from the book, which la called the Mormon Bible, Chairman Burrows called attention to the words of God In reference to David and Solomon and his displeasure because of the fact that they kept more than one wife and many con cubines. The chairman asked If that did not prohibit polygamy, and If that was the case when was the law of the Lord changed in order to permit the practice. PROPAGATION COMMAND. Mr. Smith said the. book! or the law had not been modified, and that the chairman had read only a part of the chapter. "'Read further." he said. Chairman Burrows read a verse where the. Lord commands the chastity of wom en, but sUII the witness said, "Read on." Two more verses were read and these provoked like requests until the chairman objected. I don't want to read the entire Bible," he said. Mr. Smith took the book and read a verse which declared that when the Lord wanted his seed propagated he wouhS com mand It. This, the witness declared. Justi fies polygamy when a person la command ed by the Lord to enter that State. He said' tho command comes to Individuals as revelations. Mr. Smith said that he was absent from Utah during the prosecutions under the Edmunds act, and that he was not, there fore, proscribed.- "Was there a warrant out for you?" asked Senator Dubois. "I can present it to you now, responded the witness, with some snap. "It was re turned to me." . . , "Then you were not at home looking after your wives?" ..... 1 was not neglecting them entirely." Replying to Mr. Hoar, Mr. Smith said he considered that conditions In the State of Utah Justified him In the course he had pursued. .... , "On tha other hand." he said, "we have agreed not to solemnlza any more plural marriages and I don't believe," he added, bringing bis clenched hand down on the table, Tthat that understanding has been violated." ... Replying to Senator Depew. Mr. Smith said no new revelations are Incorporated In the Book of Mormon, but In tho doc trines and covenants. LAWS OP INHERITANCE., Senator Hoar asked some questions, bringing out the status of children under the law of Inheritance. "The children of plural wives get only what Is willed to them or to their moth ers." said the witness. "In mv own case," he went on. I have made deeds to my different families." He said in replv to Mr. Worthlngton that the Book of Mormon is not the Mor mon Bible. . . "What Is the Morman Bible?" "King James's translation of the Bible We have no Bible except the Bible of oth er Christian people" Replying to questions relating to his former testimony concerning Apoitle Teasdale's plural marriage since 1890, Mr. Smith said It was his understanding from Mr. Teasdale himself that at the time of that marriage Mr. Teasdale was sealed for eternity to an elderly woman who had been his housekeeper. Mr. Teasdale un derstood, said the witness, that the wom an was In no sense his legal wife when he married Marlon Bcoles. "His relation with her was just as chaste as with his sister?" "Precisely so," the witness replied. He added that he had personally known of two other cases of "sealing for cternltv," and that the church scaled both for time and eternity. ss IP TOTJR EYES BOTHER TOU In any way, glasses may be the only aid, the only relief. Our eye specialists. Dr. Bond and Dr. Montgomery, will test your eyes free. Solid gold frames, V and up; steel frames, $1 and up. MERMOD &. JACCARD'S. Broadway and Locust. Our heme (tit eari malted free. BOY SYMPATHIZERS ARRESTED Youths Resort to yiolence to As sist Shoe Factory Strikers. The destruction of thirty-two windows and $2S worth of lead pipe and the break ing of a railing In the factory of the Rob erts, Johnson & Rand Shoe Company, at Mississippi avenue and Hickory street. Is charged to four boys who were arrested yesterday afternoon. The prisoners are: Roy Bridges. 12 yean old, of No. 1031 North Eighteenth strset; Arthur Jost. 14. No. 1020 Armstrong uve nue; John Kitchen. 15, No. 823 South Eighteenth irtreeK and Peter Renner, 15, of No. 3020 Hickory street. A strike has been declared at the fac tory and Superintendent George R. Harsh, who caused tha arrest ot the boys, charges that they broke the windows and the, railing and cut the lead pipe to show their sympathy for the strikers. MEXICO: Why not escape our dis agreeable winter weather by a trip to that picturesque and sunny country? For rates. Information, etc, call or address J. T. Whalen. G, W. P. A.. Mexican . v....,. .., .. . . . w v. -.-,.. , BU lltHUl ttS. The World's Grandest Jewelry Establishment. 8 Our illustrated catalogue of S3S NEW HOME OF HEBREW ASSOCIATION TO BE ON WASHINGTON BOULEVARD. 0 ...! O '' '" ' V . J" ilii i i nmvr '. 1 'L1JB.IJJ ajtwUMMiMmjwWHIl !. ..LUISS! lL'll'''l!.'J."iTpr!!lHMt 1 fHr t ""a "lpT7nr'tft-.d!!r " ! rk. ITy. . r ' r:it,t --',?. ' . .v, BBSS BMMlirfSBJiMMSl MMMB M Mm PROPOSED BUILDING FOR THE YOUNG MEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION, ON WASHINGTON BOULEVARD NEAR TAYXOIt AVENUE. The plans and prospectus for the Touny Slen's Hebrew Association's new building, to be erected on Washington boulevard. Just east of Tajlor avenue. hae been sub mitted to the Buihllnpr Committee of that organization. The contracts will be let as soon as the architect can prepare tho de tains. The association now has a membership of 721, but by the time of the completion or the building: it will In all probability be doubled. About $3,00O worth or the stock has been subscribed HEIR TO MILLION DIED IN PARIS. Believed Miss Marie E. Patterson Formerly of St. Louis Left Bulk of Her Estate to Charities. A cablegram from Paris to Tho St. Louis Republic )estenlay announced the death of Miss Marie E. Patterson, 48 years old, daughter of Henry Livingston Patterson of St. Louis, who died twenty ears' ago. Miss Patterson owned downtown proper ty in St, Louis, the value of which la esti mated at 5700,000, and property In Wash ington worth perhaps J300,C0J. Including her personal property. Miss Patterson was rated as a millionaire. Her will Is in tho safe at the real estate office of the Rutledge & Kilpatrlck Realty Company, No. 717 Chestnut street, her St. Louis agents. It Is said that she left the bulk, of her fortune to charitable insti tutions. Miss Patterson last visited St. Louis a year ago, and then proceeded to Paris for the benefit of lier health. For the last fifteen years she made Washington her home. She visited St. Louis several times each jcar and was always loyal to her birthplace. On the basis of present values of real estate In St. Louis, Henry L. Patterson left an etate valued at between 7,000.000 and JS.000.000. It was divided among seven heirs. A sister, Mrs. R. R. Wallace of Wash ington, and Mme. De Anchald of Paris, survive. Besides these immediate rela tives there are many other relatives liv ing in St. Louis among the old families. The cablegram state that the body will be sent to St. Louis for Interment. MIs3 Patterson was a Catholic, and It Is said that she left a share of her fortuno to institutions fostered by Catholic so cieties in St. Louis. WARRANTISSUED FOR HO WSE. Musee Manager in Trouble Be cause of Alleged Violations. Mrs. Mary Calkins of the St. Louis Hu mane Society visited the Four Courts yes terday morning and swore out a warrant charging Paul W. Howse, manager of the Broadway Musee. with violating the statute pertaining to the exhibition of deformed children. It is alleged that a child having onlv two fingers on each hand and two toes on each foot and a peculiar formation of the head and body is being exhibited as the "Crawfish Child." Breach of Contract Charged. Professor D. J. H. Ward has brought suit In the United States Court of Appeals in St. Louis to recover J12.063.22. alleged to be due from the State Board of Regents of the Kansas Agricultural College at RHev. Kas. Professor Ward claims a breach of contract. Of the amount claimed. he asks Jiu.ow damages and xz,osa.:z salary alleged to be due. Tvro 5111k Dealers Fined. Walter T. Davis of No. 5754 North Mar ket street and Marcus Bachroch of No. 812 Wash street, milk dealers, were fined J25 each in the Dayton Street Police Court yesterday for violating the milk ordinance, but were discharged on payment of $10 Gentleman's Watch Heavy had made Hunting Ca 14k. bolid Gold, fancr engraving as shown) 15-jewcl nickel Constant movement ...$60 Our "Paragon Timekeeper" Designed esptcially for railway service, in Solid Gold Cases, $72 to $152 Lady's Watch 14k. Solid Gold 0-size Hunting Case, richly carved, set with three diamonds, 15 jewel nickel Con stant movement .. fages sent free ufon request. '.... a ' -. mv- . -A.r'svsig m n mmiH In i 1 Tt le. y.t , w-rtfrtrt, onfl hBd.mnnf building, with bowling alleys, gymnasium, swimming puui, suuttuia, uiuia iiuu uttxr- ing-rooms in the basement. On the main floor will be the library, billiard-hall, chess and checker room, secretary's office, lodge room, men's and women's retiring-rooms. The second floor will hae the ballroom, which will have an area of 58xS0 feet, and the banquet-hall. In front of the building will be a large terrace, while the tennis and croquet courts will be In the rear. SECRETARY TAFT RECEIVES KANSAS CITY DELEGATION. Snyn If Government Has the Power It Will Order Itallronda to Clear Wrecknjre From Kair River. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Washington, March 3. The Kansas City delegation, which has been heard In tho effort to secure an appropriation of $1,500,000 for the Improvement of the Kaw River as a protection against fu ture floods, was received by Secretary Tatt to-day and was told that If it could be proven that the Government has au thority to act, he would order obstruc tions in the stream removed by the rail roads and other, interests which indirect ly are responsible for their presence. The channel Is obstructed by the wrecks of bridges washed out during the flood and conditions threaten another overflow. To obviate this danger, the Secretary of War proposes the above action if his au thority can be demonstrated. Tha Secretary requested Congressman Cowherd to prepare a brier showing that such power is -vested in the War Depart ment. But whether It Is to the Interests of the p'roprletles affected that the Gov ernment take charge In such a manner is a point not decided by the Kansas City men. After consulting with Senator Cockrell thi3 morning the Mlssourlans became convinced that ,an appropriation could not be obtained at this session. A request for such an appropriation under the head or the sundry-civil bill is unprecedented and there Is no rivers and harbors bill at this session. WEDDING STATIOERY. Our stationery is recognized the highest typo or perfection. Our engraving and printing facilities are unequaled. Our prices are moderate. MERMOD & JACCARD'S, Broadway and Locust. Write for complete catalogue of Siamonii, etc SENATOR SCHOENLAUB FREED. Xolle Prosequi Entered in Policy Charge Against Him. Assistant Circuit Attorney Maroney yes terday morning entered a nolle prosequi in the case of State Senator William J. Schuenlaub, charged with establishing policy. "I find upon investigation," said Mr. Maronev, addressing Judge McDonald, "that there is not sufficient evidenre to Justify the prosecution of the defendant on this Indictment, and will enter a iiolle prosequi." It was charged that Senator Schoenliub was at the head of the World's Fair Pol Icy Company,, which operated chiefly in the northern part of the city. Judge McDonald last night ordered a sealed verdict in the case of John Wil son, who was Indicted with John J. Moy nihan on the charge of establishing the Standard Policy Company at Eighth and Walnut streets. The case went to the jury about 6 o clock and at 8 o'clock, when an agreement had not been reached. Judge McDonald or dered the Jury to seal the verdict If one should be reached before morning. Seriously Hurt by Street Car. Henry Fix. 61 years old, of No. 1101 Brooklyn street, while crossing the street at Broadway and Tyler street yesterday morning, was struck by a' Broadway car l ana susiamru uruuca " iiovwucu jirra. which Doctor iU S. Brown of No. B3S ! lsw" msmuu Yfftirimf!Jt EflllP"a WATCHES "What is needed in a Watch is absolute reliability. This should be coupled with elegance in design and perfect construction. Our Solid Gold Cases are made by the best makers, of standard ex cellence, and guaranteed by us. y v Solid Gold Fobs and Chains are here shown in splendid assort ment a variety of newest designs. Fobs from $6 to $45; Chains, $8 to $56. V V V Gold Jewelry in almost endless variety, from stick pins to elabor ately mounted brooches. Many pieces made in our own factory on the premises all care fully and exquisitely wrought and distinctive in high quality. MERMOD & JACCARD'S, Broadway and Locust. k Importer and Maker of High-Class Gonna, 1507 Michigan Aver.us, Chicago, ill., Will Be at the Southern Hotel, St. Louis, Friday and Saturday, Mmk II and 12, With an unusually handsome display of Spring Gowns, lust purchased from r.Tls All facilities for taking orders and making fittings. CABANNE CLUB SALE WILL CANCEL ALL INDEBTEDNESS. ALctinn Spirited and Itesnlted Ailrilnt; ?2.(l(lll In Alorla of . the Stockholders. The auction of the furniture, chlnawarc, bric-a-brac and other paraphernalia of the Cabanne Club at No. 513 Cabanne place attracted t large gathering of fashionable persons yesterday, and the sale resulted in a total receipt of about J2.00O. The salo was conducted by A. A. and B. J. Selkirk, all the good being sold sepa rately, with the exception or the billiard and pool table, which were sold together and brought (775. The Turkish rugs brought from J5 to J50 ich, the carpets averaging Jl a yard. Chairs brought from i5 to $10 each, arid a davenport sold for HO. One rather pretty bronze electrolier; the figure supporting It being called La For tune, was the subject of spirited bidding and was sold for 43 to W. M. Alexander. Robert Morrison and Samuel Rathell were al"o buyers. several numorous mements occurred aur Ing the sale. There was a lively contest :o secure a mahogany table. It was finally J: sold tor a w. The purcnaser sam ne would have given 140 for It. On consult ing the books afterward. It was discov ered that the table was bought originally for J22. W. M. Alexander, a director oMhe-cIub, said last night that the sale was satis factory. "The result was beyond our ex pectations and the J2 000. which In round numbers represents the total, will enable the club to pay off all Its Indebtedness,, v. 1th the exception of tho bonds, which were not Included In the general Indebted ness." if borx ix .iiAncii You should wear a signet ring. Solid gold rings, engraved with violets. 3. Initial or monogram engraved free. Ring") set wltn bloodstone (correct for March), tho symbol or courage, solid gold, from $3 to $12. MERMOD & JACCARD'S, Broadway and Locust. Apottat brlnjt our SSS-paai catalogue. EXPECTS SMALL WHEAT CROP. Dean of M. S. U. Agricultural Col lege Is Pessimistic. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Columbia, Mo . March 9. Professor F. B. Mumford, acting dean of tho Missouri University College of Agriculture, thinks Missouri will not have a large wheat crop "From reports received." says Professor Mumford, "the general Impression or farmers In most sections of tho State is that the conditions have not been favor able for a maximum wheat crop In IMH. The winter has been cold and the ground unprotected by snow. The extremely dry weather of the fall and winter resulted in a small, weak fall growth of wheat. "It Is too early to predict the probable damage from the ravages of the Hessian fly, but last year tho damage from this source was very great. A favorable spring, with sufficient rainfall, may yet overcome the numerous unfavorable conditions which have to this time interfered with the growth of the crop, but prospects are certainly not flattering." Effect of Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy. When you have a cold. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy liquefies the tough mucus and causes its expulsion from the air cells of the lungs, producesa free expectora tion, and opens the secretions. A complete cure soon follows. This remedy will cure a severe cold in less time than any other treatment and it leaves the system In a natural and healthy condition. It counter acts any tendency toward pneumonia. Adv. Cnusht iBnrsIar Entering House. Mrs. J. B. D. Morrison caught a porch climber trying to get Into a window on the second floor of her home, at No. 4540 LIndell boulevard. Tuesday night, and frightened him away. To Patrolman Grnullch Mrs. Morrison stated that she saw the man sneaking along the porch, and he was about to enter the window when she entered the room. She believes he was a white man. Cruelty to Animals Charged. Patrolman Leahy yesterday arrested Ja cob Andof of No. 3362 Do Kalb street on a charge of cruelty to animals., It Is al leged that Andor cruelly treated a horse belonging to John Rlckman of No. 3407 South Second street. Witnesses say he lashed the horse with a whip to which he had attached a wire. Girl Mlsslne From Home. Mrs. Gertie Schmltt of No. 15 Shenan doah avenue yesterday reported to the po lled the disappearance of her daughter, Stella Way. who Is also known as Stella Schmltt. .Mrs Schmltt stated that her daughter complained Tuesday afternoon ot feeling HI and left the house, since which time she has not been seen. Vast Bnrglars in Dry Goods Store. Burglars broke into Kellogg O. Gould's dry goods store, at No. 3134 Olive street, Tuesday night and stole goods valued at $200. The burglars gained an entrance by prying open a rearjdoor. The stolen ar ticles Included fifty white vests, eighteen shirts, four dozen neckties, ten dozen half hose, forty dozen spools of thread and a 63 'TVierriors UNUSUAL PRIVILEGES ARE AFFORDED. Send Coupon or Call for a Free Copy of Julian Street's Novelette, "A Harmony in Two Flats," and Full Particulars of this Special Offer. Menit)ership$1.000ne Dollar. JOIN NOW TODAY! THIEBES-STIERLIN MUSIC CO. Please send mc "A Harmony In Two Flats" and particulars of C'ub Membership. Name Address ThiebesStierlin Music Co., The Piano and Music House of St. Louis. v 1118 OLIVE STREET. See tkat 'all our Meats I are branded S RED GRAVY. and flrst-class guaranteed. JEREMIAH MURPHY PK. 00., ' 2315 to 31 Morgan Street. PHONES: BELL-BEAUMONT (Patentadi Laundry gjy, At All Grocers i M r Won't Freeze Won't Break Won't Spill . Won't Spot Clothes 'osis 10 Cents, Equals 20 Xante -forth of &ny other kind of bluing WliclfStick is a stick of salable bias in s Altar bag; insidsaperforsted wooden tubs, throorh which the water flows and dlMolrei the color as needed. DIRECTIONS FOR USE: WtsgteStlck around in tho water. Mansfictsrsd oslr br THE LAUNDRY BLUE COMPANY, Chlcsrs INVITES TRIAL FOR MURDER. Mrs. Dye, Released, May Face Da kota Court. Boone, la., March 9. Mrs. Sherman Dye, accused of pending the box of poisoned candy through the malls to Miss Hena Nelson of Pierre, S. D.. was released from custody to-day, Judgo 'WTiltaker framing his decision In the habeas corpus proceed ing!. In accordance with the decision of Governor Cummins In the requisition mat ter. Mrs. Dye will not be molested as long as she remains outside the State of South efgflo - m 4flBtHl&l j '. Tifii&ISv ign 1 1 1 i. WHY SUFFER TORTURE? WHY ENDURE AGONY? WHY REMAIN IN CONSTANT PAIN? 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Xo more Asthma or Hay Fever. Book S7 free. write P. HAROLD HAYES. Buffalo. N. Y WILCOX COMPOUND me&jr &!&,& The ralr "AVE rsllisle reasla Bclats tm all iranbtab fttfd tor 20 vein- fiafht Md Usrcalcss- Will reUT in 8 dors. Send A cetlf la tump fr Tsrtlralsrm, TesiixoosJlll 11a n ran dbid iaar" leuca. WILCeX MED JICJJ, co. k i. nu jl, rani, tt. Dakota, although the death of Miss Nel son makes tho charge that of murder. Upon her. release Mrs. D o stated the was vorv desirous of having her skirts cleared of the charge, and Intimated that she might go to South Dakota to stand trial. No torture compares to that of a Rheu matic. Prescription No. 2SS1. by Elmer Si Amend, quickest relief of all. Motormnn Ilnrt In Collision. Motorman William It. Lcdford of Spald ing avenue car No. 1332 was Injured yes terday morning, when his car ran Into an open switch and collided with Delmar ave nue car No. E33 at Garrison and Wash ington avenues. Ho sustained a gash on tho head and his left side was bruised. cure you quickly, permanently and PAIN. NO CUTTING. NO KMFE. in past 15 years, All cured permanently. EUU7I3U irom BUUDIIIB, !Bm,1J 604 Washington. wst 3IASF., ST. LOUIS. WW.1 WADE. t" V V i A -..