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THE ST. LOL'IS REPUBLIC: .WEDffESD&Y. MftRCH 23, 1904.
The World's Grandest In our offerings of artistic wares for home furnishing, you nave me advantage ot variety, Fancy Clock, $4.00 Beautifully ornamented ni Illustrated, finished In rich cold Porcelain dial Kilt cen ter. Arabic or Roman num erals, diil 114 Inches, height 6U inches MUSIC BOXES. We aie the sole agents for the celebrated new MIra Mumc Boxes, made lij skilled Swiss experts The 5Iir.i Is very simple and substantial In eonstrm tion. The tone quality 1ms readied a high state of perfection, resulting in a musical excel lence found in no other box. Special attention has been directed to making the airs reproduced of long duration The Jlira w 111 play longer tunes than any box of other make. Prices are from $ X 2. 00 to $ 1 50. 00. We Invite jou to call and Inspect these splendid boxes. Semi for our SS6 fage catalogue. Mail ordci s solicited MERMOD fc JACCARD'S, BROADWAY AND LOCUST. ORDER ANNEX OPENED APRIL I. I'ostal Authorities Expect New Station to Handle Bulk of Western Mail During Fair. Tho Post-Offlce Annex, at Eighteenth and Clark avenue, will be opened for busi ness April 1, according to dipatches re ceived from Washington last night. I-'ormal orders to this effect v. ere issued jestcrday bv R. J Wvnne, Actins Post master General Tho annex will have full facilities for the transaction of monej -order and registry business, tho sale of postal supplies and the receipt ai.d dispatch of mails It is the plan of the Post-OfUco Department to have the annex fully equipped In every particular so that it may relieve the main Elation of the main bulk of the mails. It has been recognized fop some time that the facilities at St. Louis "Were not ufflclint to handle the increasing mall of the city, and that action would have to be taken to meet the Increased business during the World s Fair v ear. The annex will go far toward serving the immediate needs of the city Elevators will lower the mall sacks as they are unloaded from the cars directly to subwnv along which they will be conveyed to the annex. The latter Is to be a distributing point and a headquarters for many of tho mall wagons and carriers It will serve partic ularly for the Wntira malls The bulk of the Eastern mails will go, as before, to the main office, i'hc movement of tho latter eventuallj will be greatly expedited by the pneumatic-tube station, oruer for the building of which was Issued lat.t wtk When the pneumatic-tubo serv ice is in opratlon, together with the facili ties afforded bv the annex, St Louis will be as well equipped as anv city of the comtry The annex is contructed on the ground upon which the new Post Office will be Hunt, but as the latter cannot Decome a fact for man) 3 ears, the addition will be used in lieu of 1L At the time this order was issued there was also an order discontinuing substa tions Nos. 6, 13 23 und 33. DEATHS. iPJM.ii 1r1.1.1 ii"iii.iiji.rtiui. "1 ojiirriJiiJ,i " "I DONAHUE Entered Into rest, Tuesdns. Jlarch 22, 1904 at 30 p. m . Charles E-.be-Joved son of ThODias J alul Cattivrlau L. Don ahua inoo True) and dear brother or John, Joeph, Georxe and Annt (and Catherine and Thomas, deceased) Donahue, at family resi dence. No. 2w)8 iladlon street. Due nutlce of the funeral will tie elves. EM.I8 On Sunday March SO "MM, at 3 IS p. n , ataxftaret kllle, the bclovid ulre of lloifc ard F Kills and mother of Elizabeth. David luid Arthur Goldberg and sister ot Mrs John HmjUn and Thomas Flnnegan The funeral will take place from resilience. 20 2aA lronkltu avenue, on Wednesday, March 23 at t p m . to fct Bridget's Church, thence to Cal var Cemeterj inends invited to attend KL,ETCIIEIt On Tuesday. March S, 3504, at 11 45 p. m.. at his residence. t.o 3225 Jlussell avenue, s-nlth D Flotcner. aged 69 years. Fu neral services private JIASSEBItOCK H V Ilassebrock. beloved husband of Annie llassebroclc (nee Kaurtmann), father of Edna and son of George Haesebrock, brother otj 1 llasnebrock and Louise Kone--injr (nee IlasebroclO Funeral from resi dence. No. 1W3 Wright street. Wednesday. March H, at : p. ro. HOGAN Entered Into rest, March II, UOt, Mary A. Hojran. daughter of the late John Hocaa. ared 67 years. Funeral services at z 30 r m., Vvednesday, March IS. from Centenary Chapel. Sixteenth and Pine streets. Interment pmate. KECK On Mojiday. March a. 1904 it 1)3) p in., at Warrenton, Mo., Mrs. Louisa. Keck, it the are of XI years 1 months and 13 days. Funeral at Warrenton. Mo, Thursday, March :. 1 p m. KOCH Monday. March a. 19M, nt II to P- m . Kugenle Alberta Koch, dearly liloved daughter ot Albert II and Manila A. Koch (nee Uark ley). ajred 3 veara and 4 months Funeral will t.e held Wednesdaj afternoon from residence, So. 1001 North Market street, at 2 p. m LOVE On Tuesdaj. March St. 1904. at 4 30 p m . Joseph C. Love Funeral from family Vsiaence. No 4015 Olive etreet. Thumlaj. IJarch 24 at 2 p m , to Bellefontalne Ceme tery. Interment private. MAIIER Entered into eternal rest, on Monday. Jlaxcb a, 1J04, at 7 p m , Marie Maher, be oved robber of D J May and the late Charles Maher and Mrs Theresa Sllva Fu neral Thursday, March 14, at g a m , from the residence of her son, D J Maher, No I1Z3 Tapln street. MOLOXET On Tuewiay. March " 1304 Ellen Moloney (nee Kcwnna), belo ed mother of Mrs E J. Benresch and Henry Moloney at the nfle of 60 year Funeral from the residence of her daughter, Mr II J Hersuch. No. SC51 Cote Brilllante avenue on Thursday, March 24. at 9 a. m., to St. Teresa's Church, tbence to Cal vary Cemetery, Interment private. HAIINER On Monday. March 21. 1901 Clara Taollne nahner (nee Herring ) Funeral ednes Tiar' March 3 at 1 30 r m . from the residence St iitr son, John G. nahner. No. 3411 tastcn avenue, to Missouri Crematory WT5 wish to thank our relatives and many friends. Sdesoeclallr Lodsi. 41. a of L F. iiJfl 1 S. IK. II. of L. F. for thrlr klndn's shoTrrTuVin our saA bereavement at the death STffi band andmher. WALTER WBICIC. HELEN WEICK. Children. ALL merab-n of Marquette Council. No SOS, Trihi nr Colnrntnif are requested to meet at 5" '?5s?s : SchS "Hill TwroWird ar.I Mul-li-nhV streets, at R- thl (Wcdrwdav) even lmr 10 nav ojr respects to our deceased broker. C-harlearJ.JohueiNQnAM WAGONER UNDERTAKING CO., XX37 OLIVE 8T. Dtay or W&tiU Jewelry Establishment. high quality and low prices. CLOCKS. Cuckoo Clock, strikes ami cuckoos hours and half-hours; llslit or dark wood; 21 inclifs hlpli, 34 Indies wide, .Vs-inch dial, $9.00. Other Cuckoo Clocks ranging in priees from $5.03 to $33 OX Porcelain Clock in fine rich gold finish with decorated porcelain panel; half-hour s-trikc; Cathe dral son;;: height 14'a inches, width 04 inches; dial 4. inches -$18 00. Beautiful Clocks in branze finish, new art design; eight-day move ment; half hour strike; Cathe dral gong; height 1C Inches width 10 inches, dial 4 Inches, $21.00. VASES. Tho heiutiful Japince Cloisonne ware Stork and chrj santhemum decoration . ... ... . Rll.no. Dracon decoration ."-l.no. Stork decoration . . ws.no. Silver lutterflv decoration . !.r.o. in addition to the abov c w e ha o the most complete and vnrled collection of Parian Marbles. Bronzes and Oriental Wares, in spection of which Is invited. MEYER-SCHIFFERDECKER. Brother and Sister of Bride At tendants at Joplin Wedding. Joplin, Mo , March 22. A rrettv wed ding of vesteroiy was that of Miss Min nie Schlfferdecker and Professor Wil liam Mcver. who were married at tho res idence of tha bride's uncle, Mr. Charles Schlfferdecker. by the Ileverend Henry T Ilauh of the Evangelical Lutheran Church at 5 o'clock. In the presence of tho Immediate family and friends. MIfs Anna Schlfferdecker sister ot tha bride, attended the bride as maid of hon or, with the bride's brother, Mr. William Schlfferdecker. as bet man After "the ceremony they received congratulations of their friends informally at tho Germanli Hall, which was prettily decorated with flowers and potted plants The Uermanit Turnverein Licderkranz section, of which Professor 'William Mejer Is director, gave to the joung courle a handsome present me couple win Tesiile in tha Sarerent mansion, which has been newly furnished JOITN80N-IIOVA E. Matioon 111.. March 22. Mr Walter Johnson and illss Marie Kosre. both of Humboldt, were married this afternoon. LOOKER-irARni"! Virginia. Ill . March 22. Mr FrerK Tvitrer and Miss Callle Harris were married hre to nlsht at the bride a home ANGLE GUTILILS Lltchllcld. in. March 22. Mr Claud Anile a jounjr business man of this citv and Miss Z;na Outhala were married at the Urst Uaptlst Church here at I o'clock to night IIVDB-HTDE Marshall Mo. March 22 James M Hide of Lm Angeles Cal . and Mrs Cynthia A. Hyde of Kansas City were married here to-day. DRISCOE-CONWAT Sedalla. Mo March 22. -Phillip E. Urisefw of St Lruls and Ml-s Ida Conwa, daughter of .ft.1 Conway of Irontcn Mo. were mar ried thla morning In Houstonta at the residence of Doctor J T. Brown, the Reverend E C Gordon rfficlatinit Mr and Mr Briscoe de parted this morning- for ht Loula. where they will rejide at No. 4138 Cleveland avenue Keep up with tho times Drink EVANS" ALE. Itestaumnts and dealers. Exonerates Oklahoma Attorney. Washington March 22 Attorney General Knox advised the President to-day that an In vestigation of charges pending against Horace Speed. United States Attorney for the Eighth Circuit of Oklahoma, did not sustain the chars es He recommended that Mr Sp-ed be renominated to succeed himself, and the I'resi dent will send to tha fcenste the name of the Incumbent Chargea were filed last v ear arainst several officials In tho Indian Territory and Ok lahoma, but .Mr Fpeed, friends have predicted that those against him will be troven to amount to nothing gnxtolnsj Fractured Knee Cap. WTille alighting from a street car at Sixth and Pine streets last night, C. W Tobin ot No. 8623 Kinney avenue slipped and fell to the pavement, sustaining a fracture of tho knee cap. He was removed to tha City Hospital. Jln. Conrnd Seeks Divorce. Helen Conrad sued John Conrnd for di vorce In the Circuit Court jesterday on the irround of desertion They were mar ried January 1. 1SS0 in St. Louie, and sep arated 'anuary 18. 1859. $3i Do Your Feet Proieat? It la nnreasonahle to Jam th feat into TTirMrmnen foot-gear for the sake of style, when, with On.M.tt OHn.- Iron can attain "eood-fonn" and comt ion ax toe same ume. Try them. It TOCR sveotrr diet net hup tAaaurtte su. I KVt tea ynuMOoo. IWiaA. CROSSETT, Inc. QRTlf ABlHQTOit. MASH uk t- jp loo JAPAN'S DIET HAS L Results From Efforts of Govern ment to Create a Monopoly in Tobacco Trade. "COMBINE" IS ORGANIZED. Members Agree to Increase Com pensation to American Com panies for a Share of the Additional Money Paid. Toklo March 25. A lceislativo scandal is threatening in connection with the pro posal of the Government to create a tobacco monopolj. It is aliened that certain members of tho Diet agreed to support a movement to Increase tho compensation to bo paid to tho American manufacturers whose business will bo absorbed for a sharo of the increase secured. It was originally proposed to pav the manufacturers a sum equal to three years' Income from their business. It is said that tho Illicit project was to secure the equiv alent of four ears' Income. Tho police are investigating: the matter and. possibly, it may be ventilated on tha floor of the House. The incident Is likely to have the effect of leavlnc tho three, 1 ears' provision unchanged. GARDENER BADLY BURNED BY COAL OIL EXPLOSION. On Previous Dnjr n Attended Fu neral of Children Who Had Ilecn Injured In, Sonic War. Barney Sutter, a gardener in Black Jack, St. Louis Count, Is nt the point of death at the homo of a friend, as the result of injuries received in a coal-oil explosion Monday momlns. Suttor was lighting a flra for the morn ing breakfast and used oil for the pur pose, when it exploded and caught on his clothes The flames also spread over the room and other parts of the house, and soon had the building enveloped. Calling to members of his family who had not let arisen, Sutter ran outsido and rolled over and over in the grass to ex tinguish his burning garments. Mrs. Sut ter hurried out and assisted him after she had gotten her children safely from the building. The doctors who are attending Sutter say that his condition is critical and death may result His house was totally de stroyed By a coincidence, Sutter was injured in tho same manner as the two children of Gus Saxhauser, whose funeral he had at tended on the preceding dav. The chil dren, ono a boy aged 8, the other a girl aged C, were trving to light a Are with coal oil when It exploded and the flames caught on the clothes of both The boy ran out into tho jard and the flames were extinguished by the hired man, but not until he had received fatal burns. - Tha joungster managed to tell him that his sister was also In flames, and tho hired man ran into the house to assist her. but she was dead when he got there. A phjslclan was called to rattend the Injuries of the boy, but he die before tis arrival. MEN IN FEMALE ATTIRE JURORS IN MOCK TRIAL IInniirons l'lay Given for the llenc- ilt of the Unptlst Orphans' Home. Men in female attlro sitting as Jurors was one of the uniquo features of the mock trial for breach of promise at the Odeon last night for the benefit of the Baptist Orphans' Home, tinder tho aus pices of the Auxiliary Society. The play sjarKled with wit and humOr, much of which wa3 at the expense of local poll ticiins. The cast was composed of Judge Shep ard Barclav. Alex. SI Lewis, Arthur K. Slooney, Allan II Collins, Samuel B. Ball, George if Kavold, Ben Becker, Frrderlck A. TVlnd, Sim T. Price F. J. McMaster, Dorsey A. Jamison. Uapar C. Lackland, Jr.. G II. Schollmeyer, Adolph Schollmeier. R. M. Johnson, F. Ii Kuuff man, V. W. Bojd. Jr. Joseph Buse, Dewey Hlckcy, E F. Kehoo, J. W. Tay lor, D. GodluveC II. Corbett, YT. M. Portcous. S. C. Martin, H. M. Sleher and Edward F. Macy. The patronesses wero Mraes. D. R. Wolf, O II Peckham. J D. Bascom. C. E Udell, Henry DodRc. Kenneth Oreen. Thomas Wett. F U Seward. J. H. Hoskina, Gcorco Crnm William Duncan, J C Vim Ularcom, C. H. Huttie John Kauffman, T Crouch, H Dlllot. Guernsey, Warren Bailey, C. B. McKinney. Dorsej -. Jaml ron. riemlng-. F B KaufCman. C. R I-iRhtner. A. D Brown, F. H. Ludington. Sim T Price Murray French. Charles F Joy. r. J. McMaster. Shepard Barclav, H. O Stanard, S. B. Ball, Joseph W. Foik and W. W. Bojd RADIUM DECLARED USELESS TREATMENT OF CANCER. London Hospital Gives Lp Experi ment After Fnlllnjr to Give Any Permanent Benefit to Patients. SPECIAL BY CAPXC TO THE ST LOUIS 111! PLBL1C AND THK NEW XORK HKRALD London, March 22. Copi right, 1S04) The radium treatment for cancer has been entirely abandoned at the cancer hos pital. It wai never viewed with much hope there, and a few davs ago th last unsuccessful experiment with It took place. The trials were made with a case con taining live grains, th largest morsel of radium in any hospital in Europe. The surface of the skin became inflamed, a bllstPr formed and dried up, but that was all. Sixteen cases have been under treatment and th only favorable result has been an occasional cessation of pain. Several patients complained of an increase of pain following the application of radium and It was decided to abandon all experi ments MINISTERS' UNION SERVICE. All-Da Prajcr Service liy Presby terlniix and CouurcKatioonllsta. Presbyterian and Congregational Min isters will unite in an all-day prayer service at the North Prcsbjterian Church this morning The leaders nt the morning service will be the Reverends C. O. Shlrey f Rich mond, lnd , and Doctor M. Burnham, while the Reverends P. Goodson and F. Gaus will conduct tho services this after noon. The ladles of the church will servo a luncheon at noon. its Chnrle It. Ilerry Resign". ItEPUBIJC bPECLM St. Joseph. Ma. March 23 Charles R. Berry, assistant general freight agent or the Chicago "Great Western, headquarters in St. Joseph, has resigned to accept a similar pcsltlon with tho Pere Marquette. He will bo located In Chicago, and will leave hero AprU it il-MM SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT. Eighth and Locust. Tic Air iasMe the auilalac Scretnii, Washed, aad Waraci or Cooled1, according- to the Ssisoa, and Dutrtautcd Tareufhost Ike DuiUini fey Electric Fans. This creat resqrt orn the 1 car round. Cmbin ret. health antj pleasure for your acatlon Only a few hours' rid from St Iml, near Attica, ma .on "Wabash Ilallroad Nature's Rieatn cur for Itheumntl'm. Gout. Kldn?y. Skin Bladder. Stomach and nervouse dl3a"8 Tor beautifully llluttrate magazine and all infonnitlon add"a II I Kramer. Oea Manager Kramer, Ind 471 Seems Oblivious That Stories Told on Stand May Send Him to Gallows. MANY WOMEN AT THE TRIAL Witnesses Tell -'of Union' Bank Eobbery and the Subsequent Murder of Detective Schumacher. BT A STAFF CORRESPONDENT. Union, Mo, March 22 The story of the robbery of the Union Bank and the sub sequent murder of Charles Schumacher, a Pinkerton detecUve, was retold in the trial of Bill Rudolph, which began here to-day. The crowd, mostly women, packed the courtroom all day, and so intense was the Interest that nearly even ono stood up during the entire proceeding. There Is not a calmer person In the courtroom than Rudolph himself. While his partner, George Collins, awaiting tho death penalty. Is amusing his fellow-prisoners by singing coon songs in tho county Jail across the street, Rudolph is sitting at his own trial for life, one of the most un interested and unconcerned persons at the bar Like one sits pleased at the rendition of an opera, Rudolph occupies a chair near the Judge's bench, listening to the dam aging testimony given against him, and apparently oblivious that the stories told to the Jury may mean his death within a mentb. UNIQUE MOTION. The State began its examination of wit nesses this mnrnlng, after a most unique motion by the defendint's attomevs hail been quashed. An effort was made to an nul the proceedings on the ground that Rudolph was arrested on Information filed by the County Attomej , insrtcad of by In dictment. The defenso based part of its argument on o treaty made between France and the United States after the purchase of tho Louisiana Territory in 1803. The lino of prosecution In tho Rudolph HOTELS. - fcnnL'jmiii mmm& nMvwiWv.-w"V"rTrwi n iin"y "the most compixtx hotel m g NINE TIMES OUT OF TEN $Mm$ Ete B"3r"""- " I His CAUSED BY CDNGESTIOm FOUR HUNDRED ROOMS. 1 -. -j-"--' """"" y?r XvM-4 'T i 1 tfi&S Z' vjSF 1 WATER TROM LAKE THIRLMERE. 0 P" V S3$& H BEAUTIFUL MUSIC. ff t- f9$V I I mrf Kr' Ur. W. TOWLE. Msaagcr. i I I W? 4& RUDOLPH APPEARS LITTLE CONCERNED r case is exactly the same as followed by the County Prosecutor In the trial of George Collins. The first witness was Os car Busch, who lives on n corner diagonal ly opposite the bank where Rudolph "and Collins are alleged to havo blown open tho safe and stolen between J14,M0 and $15,000 Busch told of being awakened by tho explosion and of seeing the men de part, after securing the booti. George D. Charle3worth, assistant fu porlntepdent of the Plnkcrtcn agency at Chicago, but formerly of the St. Loul agency, explained to the Jury how he de tailed Schumacher on the Union hnnk rob bery case and how Schumacher had traced the crime to Stanton, Tranklln County, which was the home of BUI Ru dolph's father. Charles Brown, who has known Ru dolph for many years, told of Schumach er's arriving at Stanton, ard gavo testi mony relative to the methods cmplojed by Schumacher in fastening the crime up on Rudolph and his partner, Collins. DISGUIEED AS HUNTERS George Shumck said that Schumacher had taken Jiim Into his confidence and had asked him to aecompi.ny him on a Journey to the Rudolph home. Ostensibly, he said, they went on a hunting trip, but Schu macher's real purpose was to gain access to the Rudolph home. They went to the house, he said, and Schumacher asked for a glass of water. Rudolph's sister. Nellie, gave it to him Then Schumacher asked tho girl If sho would provide dinner for them. Nellio Rudolph consulted her brother, and BUI Rudolph came to the door. "You can have dinner, gentlemen," said Rudolph, "but you will have to deliver your guns at the door." This request -was granted and Schu macher and Sbumcke went inside. After the detective and his companion left tho house, Schumacher was confident that he had located the right men and secured tho assistance of the county officials In l ake Your Valuables Safe. I STORE THEM S in our modern, complete and thoroughly protected vaults. Trunks, boxes and bulky articles of value will be sent for and stored for $g any length of time at very reasonable charges. W SAFE DEPOSIT boxes for rent, $5 per year ' and upwards. K7 ( H eg l" dZJr WITH AN I ILWVffe.9 tho simplest, easiest and most effective remedy for this most common complaint. It can be safely said without the slightest exaggeration that millions of people have been cured of back trouble during the past half century by this wonderful, healing, strengthening andpain relieving plaster. RUMEMBERIt makes ro duTerence for what purpose oa uiay vrufr to use a plaster, Allcoclt's is always the safest and most effective Furthermore, these plasters are guaranteed not to contain tnliadonaa, opium or any poisonous ingredients. They are made of healing vegetable ums which soothe, strengthen and cure They are the original and iAet1t ST LIQUOR DRINKING. MORPHINE SKT-' ul niestio una itat, iticsnuu, tm:m im etsitirr: ustrnit H ??'ZzrJ 7)0 J 5B. T1T.A !f W I!L T Mir6 2803 LOCUST STREET, HOME TRKATNEFfT SSJ organizing a posse. This posso included O. L. Veddcr. Frank Tlchenor, Emanuel Cro mer and Schumacher. Vedder and Tlchenor were placed on the stand during the afternoon and they re peated tho story of the killing of Schu macher. The posse approached the house, said Tlchenor, and knocked for admit tance. While they were standing at one door, Rudolph and Collins emerged from another and demanded that they hold up their hands. Tlchenor says that the pris oners immediately opened fire, directing their aim at Schumacher. After the de tective fell, mortally wounded, the other members of the posse were forced to flee by Rudolph and Collins, who kpt up a constant fire. The State has several witness to exam ine to-morrow and the defense has sum moned the members of the Rudolph fam ily, although tho nature of their testi mony has been disclosed. It will proba bly be two more dajs before the case goes to the Jury. STEPHEN O'GRADT. Ernest Thompson Seton Co mine Grand Avenue Y. M C. A , Thursday, March 21. at 4.30 p. m. Children, 25c; adults, 35c. ARCHBISHOP GLENNON CONDUCTS REQUIEM. Ulnhop L. M. Flnlc of Leavenvrorlh, ICa., Is Buried With Imposing Ceremonies. Leavenworth, Kas , March 22. Tho last service over tho body ot the late Right Reverend Bishop L. M Fink of thl3 Cathollo diocese was celebrated here to day with Imposing ceremonies at the Cathedra Archbishop J. J Glennon of St. Louis, several Bishops from surrounding States and 200 priests participated. Pontifical requiem mass was conducted by Archbish op Glennon. The funeral sermon was preached by Bishop Matz of Denver. La- Genuine Little Liver Pills, Must Bear Signature of Sen FsoSlmlle Wrapper Below. Tory small and as easy to take as recur. FOB HEADACHL FOR DIIZ1NESS. FORiBILIDUSHESS. F0R0RWB LIVER. fan CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SKIN. FOR THECOMPLEXIOB CARTERS ITTLE IVER PILLS. jPStj I Purely yeteVWz.Gku&iC sasEssnarcsisr' CURE SICrfHEADACHE o MeMS J 1 1 HlQ nVto t2f BLR 1 vh.ff D fH. 0 IB 3E7 N9T SO' BBS IKf U WamWm JaLAvTTSR I only genuine porons plasters. sac BsCoialioeji si sMtnl mv Mtirl Ylff'iKWnaraKT. fSf aato STLOUIS. Tcizfmohc Linoiu 193 fLCII6 TOflAfiCO AltD nKURASTHCNI. Smi ter. the body was conveved to Mount St Marj's Academy Cemetery, where It was Interred. J II BRTANT Evansville, Ind , March 22. J II Bryant, ona of the oMest settlers in Spencer County, died at Oentn villa, Ind , to-day, aged 81 years He was a prominent Democrat. FRANK BELL. Mattoon. HI . March SI Frank Bell. 18 years old, died this morclcg of spinal meningitis Sins W. II PATHEAL. Mattoon, 111 . March r Mrs. W. H Patneal. who died in Chicago, was burled here, to-day. MItS. CATHERINE HOG VN Evansvilla. Ind.. March a Mra Catherine HoKan. agnd St years, died at her home in this city to-day. Her father, who recently diet, was the founder ot btacer. Ind RICHARD DANT" Vlreinla. 111. March 22 Itlchard Davis. 78 years old, died here to-dav. RUDOLPH II LEVY Marshall. Mo. March 22. Rudolph II Ivy. a prominent cltlz-n of this county, died In Kan sa City esterda. The burial will take place at Malta Bend to-morrow. May Let Indians Sell IantU. "Washington, March 2 In the form of a Senate amendment, entered Into the Indian bill to-tlay. tho Secretary of the Interior Is author ized to remove the restrictions on tho right of tho allottee to sell or lease when thev are of proi competency This la expected to be mo J Med In conference bo that a complete plan ma Xsn evolved by which the restrictions can bo renoel on an intelligent basli always bears this signature on the label. It insures perfect satisfac tin, and is a pro tection against all M the troubles and worries caused by inferior imitations The Improved requires !: IK! fnrl- fc" w Wood rollers. Tin rollers. g I jOSsi A BEAUTY i j-xCfi&mgssBL n Utf ga"jJpfljfe3arirr5jp'M igf g sVyy U Hf w&2Srtt&33t?tt&aW mH m vinue jour aouars vrorw mr m J 11 AM Bflt M j on. A mnn -rrlth money oavcil H 15 f 3 IJ I M j 1 1 one everlnatlnc crlnil. 3 per cent Intereat nllowed on a Bjsnslncs siccoanta. 9 H Open, sjomluy evculncs nntil B M 7s3 I AUCTIONEERS. L A. SElfCIffi a 0&, AUCTION AND STORAGE. Regular sale every Saurdsy at warehoww and freccral offles. 1S03 10-12 Ctouteau avenun. Sal? in residences a specialty Phone Kicloci C 167 WESTERN SALVAGE WRECKING AGEP3CY 1053 and 1007 Waahlnctoa avenue, handler o: Fire and Uar'na Salrcgf. Watch for apeclu not) ceii. S VSirCI O 1S, 3InnaKcr. WE STERN jii -r.-, "v itfa.a mik i ssH- A. J5Tar m 9 a! UNAifiER vv flxsi rO-DAY AT 10 A. M.v will sell at PUBLIC AUCTION At our 5 ilesrocnv. 1005-07 Washington Ave., St. Louis, Ho., For account of whom 1 may concern, the entire saliagQ of the M. L. R0SS& CO., Inc., KnoxvMIe, Tenn., Wholesale t5roccr, Consistlnj; ot 1,000 roses Canned I'rults anil Vcce- Inlilps, or cvfrj ilrnc rintlnn. l-.()() C.i net ot C.inncd I'Mli, byrnpB, .lelliei. .'OO (.'nnes Soiiiik. SOO (kii UrJe.I rriiHs. 7iiii Worth of I'lne Tnlile DcIIca- elex nml torteil .rocerlc. SOO l!nl IMiik Toliieco in all the leadlnc brands and 5,1,000 AVorth of llliulinr nml "WraD- plnsr Twine. To-RT.orrovv at 10 A. fcfi. The x;Uagt f tho mcrlcau llrnv- nml life. Co. b Jouls, Mo Jobbers ct Bar Glassware and Bar Supplies ccnltlng of ST,."0O Worth of IJnr Glninn-nre and llur Suiiplle. ?V3ILi:i (- AS. llnnnser. AMUSEMENTS. Charles B Dillingham Presents FRAIMft luO PEOPLE DANIELS In THE OFFICE BOY. I1XT 3IOM1 VI !: VT!. THIUSDIV. Charles Irohman I'rescnts JULIA MARLOWE. WUcn Ivnir-htlionil Won In l'lower" anil Inc:iininr." GENTOSY Mieeiul I'rlces rd. lint. -5c to S1.00 AMELIA BINGHAM OLYMPE By Pierre Dcourcclle Next Moiulaj Senli Kcnrtj TUuriuajr. Charles Frchman Presets A ILM VII FAVERSHAM In LORD AND LADY ALGY. All This W'eikand .axt Saadsy. Continuous Vsadtvllle 1:30 ta 10:33 Dally. Mclntjre . Heath, kltzabeth Murraj, Merlons Dos:, t 1 Reynard. Moore & Llttlrflekl. Melon! Trio, Alburtus & Millar, Urobt Trio. fred Christopher The Do Muth. Andrews A Field-, The Klnodrcme. ISc SOc 50o All Orchestm Chairs. 75c GS , Madness Tc-Bay and Sat. 25 AHD EO CENTS. Mgnt Prices. 25-35-50-75-;i.W. Matlneo To-Day asd Tn-Nlsrht. in5CDlJ,nur- F. nd juui-i ii tei. msnts and Ii BDUY eat jiatnee jcrcitnv cow. MUnrnl miaijn rhittl .sum n i : Neit Sun.MaL.Uarld Illcglna In His Last Dollar Tha Thcalerwhn iu is tha Bait Shows tor Halt Maner 15-nt Matinees Tuesdar. Thursday, Saturday. 25c Mat. R FACTORY! WMm, Tomorrow. E GIRL. . 1 15,25,35, S3: bun Mat. Next "TCh Girls lae Hom." IIVSPER. ALL ftTSrSc 25c Mat, To-Day. THE gREST WHITE DIAMOND. Next "The Pride of Jeaatca." CRAWFORD THEATER, mmm meow 5IISS 3IIV UOWAIIO In the Tno-Act Musical Kitravaimila. "M'LLE FIKI" Supported by n radiant regiment of ringers, dancers and oomtdlana 5 fOO laughs 5,000. Magnificent costumes, scenerv and electrical ef- fects. Neat Byrnes Pros' Edit Bells. IQtC HEAR OLIVE. THK "WORLD'S PAIR To select most beautiful woman Iri'St. Louis. CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE TWO HOLRS SHOW FOH II) CUNTS. Opn 11 a. m. till 19 p m. iSIOAL CLUB SACRED LENTEN CONCERT. Church of Messiah. Garrison and Iyjeost, SutlinlR), llorrh SO. it P. II. TlcUets 75c nollman' or at th denr. SOUOISTS-MIsj) Jessie Klngen: Mrs. Maud F. Bollman. Chicago. Mrs Oscar Bollman G. W, LEADBEATER of LONDON Will Deliver a Public Lecture la tho Recital Hall. DEOlfJTo-nightltjS! Subject "REttfCAlWATlONV All are welcomes CTKUniDn Tbe Home of Folly. dlililUllslU Ttto Frolics Dally THE BIGGEST SHOW IN TOWN. RUNAWAY GIRLS GO. Next Attraction' HOSE HILL, CO " 3300 Ullvo-Now Upsi. Kamrnoih Wild Boast CoIIaetioa ADMISSION I J CEN7S. EnKHST T3IOJIPSO SKTON C03IING. CY-mml Avenue Y. II. C. A.. Tliura du, March 24, at 4i0 p. in. Chllilren 25c; ntlultH !Ioc. islsterettedarfl should know . MARYEL Whirling Snray TtatewV.tuISrrlt. nlf tl Most uonTeowm. ii usaatta is.ns Js ynr drnit far It. lr bs rannoi sopvly tb wt a nt IZI arrvnt no other, bat send stamp t or Ii- u iiitrstM booi-tlrf.lt liTcs . foil Tmrtlrtllars and rtlrecttrns Ib- .tnMtn ladles. ltlAntI,CO. room :13 Tlssea Dit.,Xw lork. TOR SALE BV Johnson Ercs., Broadway and Franlln. Mall Orders solicited Do You Ever stop to consider tile present elllciency ot the TELEORAPH SERVICE compared with what it net tclorcthe "fUSiAU" a entered the Held? W MM S3 tfp li( Sf mi 8R0A0WAY ME bJl t.mim t osjAzy Wj$l r :& m,