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31. 1004. . FRIENDS OF HIS GETTING PQSlTiQMS SEVENTH DISTRICT DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE. The Importations for the Year 1903 of 4 i ! 1 as m i Vi for Enfants Castoria i? a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothiiur Syraps. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Karcotic substance. It destroys "Worms and allays Foverishness. 2t cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It" relieves Teetb insr Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates th Stomach and Bowels, Kivinpr henlthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The 3Iother's Friend. The Kind Ton Have Always Bought Sears the EHQUSE SWEPT 8? RISING FLOOD, Little River. Gpncrallv an Insig nificant Stream. Is Now a Tor rent for Six Miles. WATER CREEPS INTO HOUSES. Business Part of Town Surround ed, and All Trading Has Ceased Reports Tell of Xo Deaths. REPUBLJC SPECIAL. Morehouse. Mo.. March S3. Little Rtv er. which Is ordinarily a small stream 20 feet wide, has overflown Its banks, and 19 now a raging torrent from Morehouse to Gra's Rldie. a distance of six miles, and is still rising rapidly. Morehouse is a New-World Venice. All that part of the town west of the St. Lou'.s and Gulf Railroad is flooded, the water ; running Int5 man of the dwellings an.i the occupants are wading out to higher ground. There Is not much of a current, and so far no houses have been washed away, and no one has been drowned or hurt. The business district Is surrounded hy water, but all the buildings are high oil the ground, and are not flooded. Busines-s Is practically iufpended. There have ben no trains on the Cairo branch of the Iron Mountain Raflroid since the :th on account of a wash-ut at Flek. on tho St. Francis River. Trains are still running from Morehouse to Cap Girardeau. Only local mall is handled No papers of any kind have reached Morehouse- since Sunda. NO DUUffl VT FRENCH LICK. Rci'uuur kpkual. i French Lick. Ind. March 30 One of the greatest lloodj in the history of the fa mous French Uck Valley Is now receding Contrary to some reports sent out during the last few days, there has been no dam age to the big hotel property here or to Pluto and other noted springs Portions of the valley have been covered with water, but the big hotel corporation had taken precautions In advance and their rrcperty was not injured. Tre damage to the farm prorerty of this section wa not so great as expected when the waters were rlslnr. Train service. which haa been interrupted, was resumed to-day. FLOODS RUIN WHEAT CROP. REPUBLIC SPECIAL EvansviUe. Ind.. March . Flood condi tions along the lower Wabah River are becoming more serious- to-night. Rain has fallen along the nver to-ua. and at New Harmony the river rose "nearly S Inches. A rise of about 35 feet Is ex pected. Captain Frank Fllton of New Harmony, president of the Wabash River Impiove ment Association, estimates the entire wheat crop along the Wabash will be ruined. The waterworks plnt at Gray ville. 111., is surrounded by water, ami the structure Is In danger. A wrecked trestle on the Illinois Central above here to-night will stop all trains on that road. The towboat Berniee has been busy all day between Mount Carmel and New Harmony rescuing mock and people. Thus far there has been no loss of life- The Wabash River now- lacks only a few- feet of being as high as the Auguat freshet of IS75. White River continue to rlso at Hazclton. and most of that to.vn Is under water. The river will probaMy reach the high est point ever known B the rains of to day were general. m OHIO REACHES D3CEa LINE. HErrBLIC SPECIAL. Paducah. Ky.. March SO. The Ohio River reached tho danger line thli morning. Tho lowlands In Illinois, opposite this city, are overflowed, and the bottoms of the Ken tucky side twlow here will be covered next. Between here &nd Evansvllle the bot tcros are 'tinder water for long distances and thousands of acres of land sowed In wheat arj covered. Tne loss from this ource will be great. The farmers have moved their stock to high spots so that no cattle were lost, according to reports. Much fencing has be3 destroyed. Local river men orediet that there will net be oier 41 feet here unless more rain falls. WATER OVER HOTEL FLOOR. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Princeton. III.. March 30 Tn Illinois River at Hennepin and Marquette to-day 'reached the hlgnest nolnt ever known In those towns. At Marquette the miners refuse to go to work, fearing the water will run down the shaft. Communication with Hennepin has bm xi. sxi. nic t nserenn: notei on Like Senachwine. the water stands 3 feet on the parlor floor MORE RI AT SPRINGFIELD. REPUBLIC RPET-IAL, Springfield. III.. March CC-Heavy rains last night and to-day have caused In creased uneasiness along the Sangamon River bottoms. The river has been stead- ly nam iur several aays past and is already close to the danger point. Fear Is entertained that the pumping station of the Springfield waterworks will have in UT3 audiiuuiiru. The bottom lands nre ntihrnrc. n along tho course of the stream and at several nolnts wngon bridge across the J to feel poorly nnd you wonder at tjio ! cause, lou reel tired and out of wirts. Your head aches, you have no appetite and the blood Is impure. Uostetter"s Stomach Bitters will quickly tone up the system, overcome that tired Jeeling md mate life a pleasure. Test It for yourself. It also cures Dizziness, BUaf. nf. Dyspepsia, Indigestion. Insomnia., iver Troubles. LtGrfppt and MnUrii. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. JT f - -JM'jTJ Jy jE& j jff-iin rsfr & jy at & vsaar a && . & jr e"e Gr Zf y - mr y &J " V sr V and Children. Signature of - szsnsssjs &4pm diJj&i river are so deep uider water as to be l-np-issnb'e Ri-ral mail car'.ers have been unable to serve all their routes for sev eral days past. KASXASIiTA SLOWLY FILLING. REPCBLIC SPECIAL Carljie. 111. Mirch no -The water in the Kaskaskla River is slowly receding. It lacked 4 feet of reaching f-.e high water of 1SS2. The Santa Ye levte. seven rail? south of here p'otecting hundred of acres of rich farming lands, is holding back tho flood. M4 l)ROWED AT PJEDWO.NT. HBPl-BLir SPECIAL Piedmont . Mirrh 3n. Lucicn Gra ham 2S years old. was drowned while at tempting tn cross the Ft rrancols River to-da in a wagon a: Shrer Ford, four teen mile? northwest of here. His com panion was saved. G-aham body has not been recovered 11AVV MILLS WASHED AWAY. RErrULJC SPEriAL. West Plain-. Mo. March SO The streams of Howell. Oregon and Ozark counties are higher than for twenty years. Saw and grist mills on North Fork and Eleven Points ri v hat e suffered and cany of them bee'i carried away. Farm rences have ln wash&d t.t and tie ana lumter yards along the streams washed away T.te damage cannot be estimatea. WIRAMI TWELVE MILKS WIDE. REPfBLlf SPECIAL. Grayvllle. 111.. March ;0 Tha Wabash River at this point is still rising, anl threatens to break all records. Farmers are busy saving their stock and belongings with boits. The river is G to 12 miles in width. A large acreage of wheat haa been ruined E. F. GOLTRA APPOINTED MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD. Mayor AVrll Clioonea Former DnI- nen Partner to Succeed n. 13. Duln, Rttsncd. Ratranl F Goltra. president of the Sllso Furnace Company, was appointed hv May or Holla Wells yesterday a member or the St. Louis Board of Education to fill a .- - m. ' i . i 0 , 0 EDWARD F. GOLTRA. Who was appointed a member of the Board of Education yesterday, to suc ceed Robert B. Dula. vacancy caused several months ago by the resignation of Robert B. Dula. Mr. Goltra. who has more than a year to serve the city, was formerly a business partner of Mayor Wells. Both were inter ested In the American Stel Foundries Company. Robert B. Dula gave up School Board work shortly before he left St. LnR His term does not expire until April, ltC3 which period will be filled hy Mr Goltra who is prominent In business and financial circles. He lives at No. 4115 l.inde'1 boule vard. DE ARMOND PROPOSES INQUIRY Submits Resolution Calling for Post-Office Investigation. Washington. March SO. Representative D Arrnond of Missouri to-day Introduced a. resolution providing that the Speaker appoint five members of the House to rully investigate the Post-Ofllce Depart ment and report to the House at as early a date as may be practicable; that said committee shall be authorized to sit dur ing tha sessions of the House, and. If necessary, during the vacation when Con gress Is not in session, that the commit tee shall have full power to send for per sons and papers, and the Investigation hereby provided for "hall he directed es pecially to clearing the Innocent from a shadow of unmerited suspicion, to uncov ering the lnefflcient. eareless and offending and to recommendations for the cor rection of abuses, to the end that Justice may be done to individuals and that the service may be improved for the benefit of the public. Arrentlnjr Runaway Iloyn. Wh-n Joseph Hill. 16 years old, of Gray's Point. Mo. alighted frcra a Cotton Belt train at Union Station last night he was arrested by Special Ofllcers Woodling and Fox of the Central District. Several hours before the arrival of the train Acting Night Chief of Police Young received a telegram from the boy's parents, asking that he be detained. " Young Hill stated last night that he had come to St. Louis to see the World's Fplr. Ha had J13 In his possession. The boy will be heid for his parents, who will come after him. During the last week the police have ar rested many runaway boys. In all In stances they stated that. they had come to St. Louis to see the World's Fair. The Sunday Republic's COLOR MAG AZINE for next Snnd-iy will contain 24 pogfi, an enlargement from lf Incei. Trllti beautiful color effects. Order TO-DAY. Suipecta Pooket Wan rickrd. Moser A. Householder, a visiting mer chant, residing at Columbus, Kas., report ed to the police last night Oiat while on a Delxnar avenue car at the World's Fair grounds yesterday afternoon he lost a red leather wallet containing four promissory notcs, IS In money and two passes over the Frisco Railroad. Mr. Householder suspects that his pockets -a-ere picked by a young man about 22 years old, who,' with another man, blocked his entrance u the door of the car. "For Good-ness sake" use SANITOL TOOTH POWDER- Ask your denUit. Kerens Men in Internal Revenue Office Fear They Will Soon Lose Jobs. WESTHUS TAKING LEAD. Appoints Hlucher Sprlin? of Jackson County to Heplacr A. Dittlinger of Cape Gir ardeau. For the first time In the history of tho Akins faction, undisputed cmj-ol Is be ing taken of the Federal pairoti.-u;' With the assurancp that nothing can wipo out the sweeping victory of the organization at the Kansas City Convention, whioii se lected delegates to nominate pr.'tidrnt Kocovelt. tho official ax hj U'un lo swing with a vengeance. Blucher Sperling of Jaci;nn. Cine Gi rardeau County, came up yeterdai with two of his close personal and jmlltlcal frlend. T D. Hlr.e3 and S C. jli! After recistej'.r.g at tht I.iclede. ho went to the ofiicv of the Collector of the Internal Rover.ue. Ben Westhus. and there had turned over to him hi3 cnmmis-.lon as Dputy Collector of the Sixth District, which Includes the southwestern part of the State. He displaced a. Dirinser of Cape Gi rardeau, who is a strong Kerens man. Dittllng"r has managed to nan? onto his Job during the last two years, simply be cause th AUns faction did not know how strong he would be in the light against it tor control of de!egats to the National Con'ent!on. Pprling ha3 alwavs been a Htrong Akins man. and has stayed with the present organisation when the dais were darkest. Othsr Kerens men in the office of the Collector of the Internal Revenue are tell ing their friends that thr-v fe-1 confident tht-lr days are numbered. When Beji Westhus was appointed he went into an agreement whereby Charles F Joy. a Con gressman at that tlm. N lttonal Commit teeman R. C Kerens and Congrcs-.rn.in Richard Btrtholdt were to have an equal dulsion of the places in the ofilce. He has kept that agreement fairly well and not removed any Kerens mn. tnough he has filled vacancies caused by their droppn? out with friends of Congressman BartnoidL Deputies clawed as Kerens men In the ofilce are AI T. fjnlth. a broth er of Charlts H Smith. Ed Frenderjrasr and A. J Parelra. All of them are hjng- ng onto tneir jobs by very narrow mar gins. Another Kerens Deputy Collector, C II. Sprecher of Hannibil. working In North eastern Missouri, resigned shortly before tho Kansas City Convention and an nounced to his friends that he would gc into business rather than be forced to give up his position Just how- far the shakeup in the Feder al bulldirg will go no one pretends to know. Subject to the approval nf State Chairman Akins. Congressman Bartholdt will see that the men who fight him at the Clayton Convention will b9 at llberty to fight him again, so far a their J'ba in the International Revenue Office is con cerned. It is rumored that, aside from the va cancy caused by the dismissal of J H Bracken, cashier In the Post Office, post master F W. Wyman will have four poM liom paying 3.7"' and S1.ST4 a year to fill within a few days. The opening of -he Post-Office anr.et near Union Station has made It necessary for at least four extra assistant cashiers to be appointed. Alreadv a scramble for ihese pcc has begun The number of positions not cov ered by the Civil Ssrvlce rules H so small !n the Post Office, that when one appears, there is ro lack of applicants. niAXCns I.N- DELEfSATES. Folk Ha Gained Eleven From Three Counties Thin Week. By the action of conventions which have been held this week. Circuit Attor ney Folk ha3 sained eleven uncontested delegates for the gubernational nomina tion, while there Is a contest on between Folk and Reed for the five delegates from Clinton County. Including the contested delegations from New Madrid and St Louis counties. Cir cuit Attorney Folk hi.s 71 delegates. Slnco Sunday Butler, with five delegates. Gentry, with five, and Holt, with four. have declared for Folk, making a total of 85 delegates. Grundy and Crawford, each with three, have uninbtructod delegates. With the ahoe changes. Folk has S3 delegates; Reed S3, and Hawes 111. JUDGE GANTT IX THE CITV. Candidate for Democratic Guberna torial Xoralnntion Won't Talk. Judge James B. Gantt, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor, ar rived from Jefferson City last nisht and registered at the Southern Hotel. Ho spent tho evening talking with friends in the lobbv. Judge Gar.tt declined to discuss politics. He said that his vijit here had no po litical significance, and that he had not been active in the field for wveral weeks on account of sickneFs In his family. Folk' Daten for .Next Week. Circuit Attorney Folk will speak at the following places noxt week: Kingston and Braymer. on Apnl 4; Excelsior Springs, on April 5. He will be In Jasper County en the fith and at Clinton on April 7. and Russellvllle. CentTtcwn and Jefferson Clty on April S. Robert H. Kern will speak at Hamilton and Breckenridgo on April 5. Filler at Roosevelt Clnb. The regular meeting of the Good Gov ernment Republican Roosevelt Club wUI he held to-night at its headquarters. FUIey and others will speak. Political Xotes. Virgil Conkllng of Carrollton. a Reed manager, was in the city yesterday. He conferred with State Brer Inspector G. Y. Crenshaw at the latter's office In tha afternoon. Lieutenant Governor Thomas L. ru. bey was In the city yesterday. State Senator Frank IL Farris of Steelvllle. accompanied by A. C. Hain son, resistered at the Laclede yesterday A. Krumolowsky and Edward Muench of Franklin County registered at the Southern yesterday. They are well known Republicans of the Ninth District and spent part of the day with Surveyor of the Port Gallenkamp. H. B. McDaniels of Springfield was In the city yesterday. He is an active Folk man of Green County. Edward Stephens of Crcve Coeur Mo was In the city yesterday on his return from Jefferson County, where, he said the Folk sentiment was stror.g. Mr Stephens was a school teacher for thirty years. Congressman W. D Vandiver was In the city lat night, -and he expressed his gratification at the sentiment which had been aroused and the stand the ministers of the city had taken In the gubernatorial contest. He divides next week In ipeech making among Clay. McDonald, Jasper and Stoddard counties. C. W. IfAMLIX IS REXOSIIXATED. Seventh Congressional District Con vention Is Entirely Harmonious. REPUBLIC SPECIAL, Sedalia. Mo.. March 30 The Seventh District Democratic Congressional Conven tion met here this forenoon. Doctor C. A. Richart of Saline County was selected as chairman and Jule Cole of HigginsvlIIe elected secretary. When the roll of counties was called former Senator Chllders of Hickory Coun ty placed In nomination C W. Hamlin of Springfield. The nomination was made unanimous. After the nomlnaUcn had been made. Chairman Richart read a telegram from Congressman Hamlin at Washington ex pressing his thanks for the confidence C. W. Who was nominated for Congress in placed in him by his constituents- In concluding he. said: "The time in ripe for a national tfemo cratlo victory, and Missouri Is entitled to and ought to lead In that victory. Let the Democrats of this State stand a one man for the eternal principles of Jefferson and against th unwise and dangerous administration of the party of political plutociacy " On motion a committee con'stln;r of Chairman Richart and H. B. Shain anl J c. Patterson was apro'ntcd to notify Mr. Hamlin of his nomination. The roll of counties wan called and the following Congressional Committee was announce-: Benton. Jame- II. Savage. Hickory. J. W Montgomery; Howard. M B. teaman: Grne. y T Hamlr.: Lafajette. H I!. MrOinlel: PettiSrl-e Montgomery: Folk. M. I) Lightfoot. saline. R. B Ruff. XO FOUMIITION FOR THE STORY. Secretary Cook Saj Ho Hore No Mcs- naicrt to Folk MannKcr From the Goicrnor. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Jefferson City. Mo.. March 3-? A repre sentative of The Renublie to-day asked Secretary of State Cock what foundation there was for the statement that he had. as the representative of Gavernor Dociery. made overtures to the managers of the Folk camnKign in the interest of harmeny ln the party. "There Is no real foundation for the story." raid Mr. Cook. "Judge Evans. Mr. R. II. Kem and I talked oer party con ditions In the State, largely from an after- contention standpoint. Governor Dockcry did not know that I ess to meet eithe; tn Tneer either Judge Evans or Mr. Kem. ar.d consequent ly I could not have borne a peace offering from him. "Both Judge Evans and Mr. "-m are rny warm personal and political frl3nds and we dircupsed party conditions as thf-y will apply to November rather than to July. I had r.o authority to men-sent Gov ernor Dockerv. and did not asune to do no Neither did Judse Evans. Mr. Kern or I consider Anv proposition as to the per sonal make-ui of the ticket " PRIMARY ORDERED IV WRIGHT. Candidates for State Officers to He Voted On June 4. nEPCELIC" SPECIAL. Mountain Grove. Mo . March SO The Wright County Democratic Central Com mittee decided to-day. by a vote rf mie to three, to nominate candidates for coun ty offices at primaries June 4: also, at name time and place, candidates for Con gressman of the Sixteenth District. Giver nor. Circuit Judge of the Eighteenth Ju dicial District and Supreme Judg". The candidates for State offices may have their name? placed on the- primary ticket bv na!nz the assessment fee The candidates for Governor, Supreme and Circuit Judges receiving the grs-atest number of ote are authorized to select their delegate" The r.ette.n of the committee Is consid ered a victory for Folk. FOLK IX JEFFEHSOX COUXTY. LarKe Party Accompanies Him From HllUlioro to fie Soto. REPUBLIC SPECIAL D Soto. Mo., March DD. Joseph W. Folk rpoke to a large audience at Hlllsboro this afternoon and af terw ard drove from Hills uboro to De Soto, accompanied by a large party of Democrats. At the Arlington Ho tel they were met by the- Reception Com mittee. After supper the Y. M. C. A. band escorted Mr. Folk to the opera-house, where he made one of tho best speeches of his campaign. Mr. Folk wa Introduced to the audience ery ably by Mr. James CI. Berkeley, a well-known attorney. Mr. Folk was frequently Interrupted by ap plau". Democrats came from all over the, county to hear Mr. Folk. Mr. Foilt will remain fn De Soto to-morrow mornini; and wdl visit the railroad shops. To Set Date In 3Ionltcan. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Callfomla. Mo.. March 30.-J. B. Wolfe, chairman, issued a call to-day for the Democratic County Central Committee of Moniteau County to meet at the Courthouse- in this city Wednesday. April 6. to consider the time and manner of electing delegates to the State conventions and ar ranging for the nomination of the county tlcket. . , Precinct Mectlncs April 23, REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Poplar Bluff. Mo., March 39. The Demo cratic Central Committee, which met here yesterday, set April 23 as the day for precinct mass meetings to elect delegates to thn County Ccmentlon April 23. At that time delegates will be chosen to at tend the conventions at Joplln, St. Joseph and Jefferson City. The Sunday Republic's COLOR MG A7.I.NE for next Sunday Trill contain 2-1 Inge. an enlnrReincnt from 1U paere, with beautiful color effects. Order TO-DAY. "Webster Groves Youth Passes. REPUniJO SPECIAL Washington. March SO. Reginald R. Ho gan of Webter Groves. Mo., has passed an examination for a commission In the United States Marine Corps. He received notice of lita success to-day. He will re ceive a commission as Second Lieutenant within the next few weeks. He averaged above tha majority of his competitors. His plans Include a trip home before he shall be ordered to Join a command. Earlier Departure. On and after Sunday. Apnl 3, Illinois Central. "Now- Orleans Limited." will leave St. Louis Union Station at S:W p. m. HAMT.IN tha Seventh Missouri District yesterday. IT DIED AS CASE WAS CULLED, Charges Against Charles Hardy Pending When He Succumbed to Pneumonia- BROUGHT BY MOTHER-IN-LAW. Marriage Last Fall to Miss Jean- nette Moore Had Romantic Turn Will Be Buried in Calvary. ""NTj TT-i sk7 ets-i T (,aviws n Tnma j -. ." . -.. J, ,- , ' .... . . .. --.-. terday w hile tho caller of Judge Pollard 3 court was reading a doctor's certificate, statin? that he was not able to come Into was to appear to answer a charge of disturbing the peace which had been pre ferred by his mother-in-law, Mrs. M. D. Moore of No. 2?H N.?rth Ncwstead av enue. The charge stated that the of fense had bei-n committed by Hardy on the night of March 18. when he attempted to force an entrance to the Moore home. The marriage of Charles Hardy and Jeannette Moore laat fall was of a sensa tional nature. They eloped to Belleville and were reported to have quarreled and returned home unmarried. A few days later they eloped to Alton and were mar ried. Not long after the wedding the bride's mother took offense at certain actions of Hardy's and forbade his enter ing the house. Doctor Rowland Hill of No. 493 Del mar avenue, was sent for Tuesday by the parents of Charles Hardy. He found that Hardy was suffering from pneumonia and had a high fever. He said the case was practically hopeless, and Hardy's death followed yesterday, desolte all efforts. Hardy's parents had opposed his mar riage and eaid yesterday that they did not know their son's wife. When she ap peared at their residence yesterday after noon, however, she was allowed to enter. The appUcatlon for a burial permit, which was rent to Doctor HIU yesterday afternoon, part of which had already been filled out, had Hardy classed as "unmarried." but Doctor Hill said that he thought this was a mistake on the part of the undertaker, and not tho act of Hardy's parents. SOUTH DAKOTA FOR HEARST. Democratic Convention Says He Is tli Champion of Labor. Sioux Falls. S. D., March SO. The Dem ocratic State ConenUon did not complete its work until late to-night. The resort of the Committee on Resolutions, which was unanimausly adopted, reafflrrng the principles of Domacxacy "as enunciated by Jefferson. Jackson and Bryan," and Instructs the delegates to the St. Louis Convention to support William Randolph Hearst, "first, last and all tho time, for the presidential nomination." Tho resolutions declare that Hearst will never rompromire with trusts and terms him the champion of labor. Hamlin Lend In Christian. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Taylorvllle. I1L. March 30. The Repub lican primaries held throughout the coun ty to-day resulted In giving this county to Hamlin. Out of forty-three delegates thirty-eight are instructed for Hamlin and five for Yates. There are flftv-nlne delegates yet to be Instructed, and Hamlin's friends say he is sure of getting enough of them to carry the county. Xo Opium in Chamberlain Remedy. Cough There Is net the least danger In giving Chamberlaln-s Cough Remedy to small children, as it contains no opium or other harmful drug. It has an established rep utation of more than thirty years as the most successful medicine In use for colds, croup or whooping cough. It always cures and is pleasant to take. Children like it. Adv. linn Lost Ilia Brother. Three hours after their arrival In St. Louis several days ago Frank and Ed ward Harmon of Indianapolis. Ind.. be came separated. Frank Harmon yester day asked the police to aid him In his search for his brother. Edward Harmon is about IS years old. He wore a light gray suit and a black slouch haL nnsch Days California Home. Adolphus Busch. according to a report from California, has bought a residence near Pasadena, known as the "John S. Cravens place " He la said to have paid $75,000 for the property. ChaniDaoTie GREATER. By nearly 20,000 cases than ihe importations of any other israsid. The Extra Dry of the superb new vintage now arriving is conceded to be the nrnri nrprl l oo ILLY OPTIOAL 00 m Lssusf St. ING0MAR THIS EVENING: OTHER PLAYHOUSE BILLS. The Rogers Brother wil' present their new farce. "The Recers Brothers in Lon don." at the O'ymplc next week. The comedy is bv John J McNally ThU tlmo he is said to hae provided a plot which has to do with a mystic diamond that formerly belonged to the chief of a tribe, of South American Indian" It was presented by the chief to tha grandparent of Maria Patricia, who is en route to Eu rope! with her fiance This diamond will bring good iu-k to its rightful owner, but trouble and disaster to anyone who haa not a legitimate ,i?lm to it When the Rogers' get the gem the fun is said to begin. With them this jear are Joseph Coyne, who was amu'inc aj th- Eng lish thappie In "The Toreador"; Lee, Har rison. George Austin Moore. Melville El Ii3 Lillian Coleman. Neva Armar and a large chorus. In Miss Isabel O'Madigan. who Is ap pearing at the Grand Opera-houso this week in David Higgins's play. "His Last Dollar," local theater patron3 are seeing a ISABEL. O'MADIGAN, St. Louis girl appearing at the Grand In "His Last Dollar." young woman who w cs born and reared In St, Louis Miss O'Madlgan Is the daughter of the late Capt3in Daniel O'Madlgan. She Is a graduate of the Sacred Heart Convent, and. with the exception of four ears spent on the stage with traveling com panies, she has lived In St. Louis ail her life. Miss O'Madlgan made her stage debut at Koerner's Garden. She has an Im portant part at the Grand. Louis James and Frederick Warde will succeed William Faversham at the Cen tury. It has been some three or four years since either James or Warde last appeared in St. Louis. In addition to their Shakespearean revivals they will give "Alexander tho Great." a drama de scribed as a moat notable- attempt to picture the lives of the ancients. The repertoire will be. Sunday and Thursday nights. "Othello": Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights and Saturday matinee, "Alexander the Great;" Tuesday night, "Julius Caesar", Wednesday matinee and Saturday night. "Macbeth." with both stars alternating the title role. Bolossy Klralfly. o. creator of many suc cessful spectacular shows, was in St. Louis yesterday. During the World's Fair period. Mr. Klralfy will produce a spec tacle illustrative of the Louisiana Pur chase at the Odeon, in which it is assert ed that eome 5) persons will be em ployed. The stars of this aggregation are duo to arrive In New York from London about April 10. The changes necessary In the Odeon to accommodate this assemoly of Thespians are quite extensive and Include- the widening of tho proscenium arch, the deepening of the stage and the provision of special space for drtsiing rooras. Billy Kersands's Georgia Min-trel will begin an engagement at the Crawford. Kcrsand3 himself 13 with the show. His broad smile and funny quips have never failed to please "Eight Bells" Is the Crawford's current attraction. "Pastor Bros?." a comedy by IVArronge will be Eiven at the Odeon to-night for the benefit of Loopo'il Jacoby. excellent character actor of the Heinemsnn-Wcib stock company. The Jczen characters in tho cast will be divided among the prin cipals of the organization Sunday night a double bill Is to be offered "Der Elnge- ennrh I Terr sick, Cough svnro. O ' - . 9 r-,: ' n P . . .. .. . . !..- . . ranriiiMi iihikk i aeTjiMSB i a aaap M Mh E?Z&'iHSSL?i4jJLt a rSflPimf I i-. rrlAlHKJ". OfBie- IB sSl30er. J Wrli isr. 22S Worrell Ptreet. Detroit. MIchlran. IJr. Bnll's Couch Syrup will cure every case of croup, coughs, coids bron chitis, uthma and pneumonia and will cure consumption It tajten Is tlxas. AVOID WORTHLESS SUBSTITUTES Loot on t for cheaD snbstitntes and Imitations theT am fannn .- harmful and do not cure. has been on the market for trade-mark on the wrapper. CASES choicest Champagne trsii rJpraHV. : FIRST ANNIVERSARY SALE S"Mr -TOLD SrrTiz Rlirlejs Pvcla.e. J3 00 value, at S8.00 nr rxW'INTD FRE bv Dr Chat. Reillr. fe- m-"- ears In earge of. t;e Optical rpart-rre-u uf tteE J sr: JBWELRT CO. asuisasiSJiii'it '.a.'Sisy jzsautm cmomNATi AND LOU.SV3LLE 'hroush sleepers, palatial day coach- 9.30 a. m 2-05 a in. 9.-C8 p. m. TICKET OFFICES: Ollvo & 6tli and Union Station bildete Kranke' (the Imaginary Invalid) and Frunz von Suppe's comic opera. "Das Versprechen bel der Laterne" (the engage ment at the lamp-post) A feature of the concert to be given to night in Hennemann Hall. Spring avenue. and Olive streets, for the benefit of tho building fund of the B'Nal El Congrega tion, will be th singing of "Nostalgia." by John A. Rohan. This new song was composed by Mls3 Anna May Loewensteln. The programme is as follows: Piano Duo Imitation to tile Danci, vVeber-Rliira Anna May Low-ens:eln and H Bertram Majtfnrx. Violin Solos (a) Ccnzontta d'Ambroila tb Klubli0 of Scotland, arranged by Hubert T Baaersactu nabert T. Bauersachs. Piano 5-lts a) Oenkst da lletn (Dot Think of He) Schuett Cb) .hatf-ntanz t&badoir Dance). MacDowell c) Valse Op. . No 2. .,.. Chopin Anna Hay L-ewensleln. Seng. (a) Who I Sylvia? ajtubert , ib) At Parting Rogers (c) Creole Lave Song Dudley Buck Camllle 1! Bcker. Violin Solos (a) serena-Je Drdta c) Mazurka .....Bauersacha H. T. Bauersachs. Piano Sole Paplllons Schumann H. Bertram Marina. Sengs (a) Nostalgia Anna Mar Loewenstela v) Beeaue . d'Hardelot tc) l'iratf Sons GHDert John A. Rohan Piano Due Lohenertn. . . . Waener-Bcoewiti Anna May Lc-ewtnsteln and H. Bertram Marfan m Al Wilson will again give "A Pnnca of. Tatters" at the Grand next week. Among tho song" to be heard are: "The Jolly Ro ver." "The Winding of the Tarn." "Schnitzelbank." "Whispering Breeze." "Memory" and "Mv Old Pipe." David Higgins is here this week In "HIa Last Dollar." "The Slrrn of the Four," a dramatixalloa of A. Conan Doyle's famous detectlva story, will be seen at the Imperial. Walter Edwards will play Sherlock Holmes. Spe cial scenery has been provided for each of me tour acts, -me nrst snows sneriocK Holmes's lodgings in Baker street: tha second. Ponatcherry Lodge; the third. Smith's boathouse. and tne fourth tha lodge again. "The Prida of Jennlco" is being present ed by Edward It. Maw son and his com pany. The Choral-Symphony Society will clos Its concert season Friday night at the Ode on. The full chorus of 300 voices and the or chestra of sixty pieces will Join .with a quartet composed of Mrs. Shann Cum ming. Miss Jessie Rlngen. E. P. Johnson, and Frederick Martin in presenting Ros sini's "Stabat Mater" and Thomas's "Ths Swan and the Sk)lark." "Lost River." Joseph Arthur's pastoral drama, will come to Havlln's They ter aft er "Why Girls Leave Home " In the cast are Elwood F. Bostwick. who will appear as Robert Blessing: Frank Edwards. a3 MIddleton. Blessing's partner; Lottie Bris coe a. Ora and Charles Whltaker as Bard. Marguerite Stow will be the toU-gate girl. The Zoo has several new features an nounced for Its programme next week. James Briggs. In his portrayal of tha lion hunt. Is the principal act this week. Fred Hallen and Mollle FuUer, In a short comedy, will head the bill at tha Columbia next Monday. Others on tha list are: the Three Navaros. the Salvag gls. the Three Polrlers. the Carltons, Bere Gofl. George Wilson. Mathleus and Har ris. Mr. and Mrs. Sliver. Mcrrltt and Rosella and the Hughs. s The Transatlantic Burles-vjers wiU ap pear at the Standard. The opening bur lesque is called "Two Hot Knights." Spe cial music has been written for this trav esty, in which the entire company will bo seen The olio comprises the Farrell-Tay'or Trio in "The Minstrel .Man," Mitchell and Cain, character comedians; Ben Jansen, ccmpoer and singer of popular tongs; Josic Klne and Phil Gotthold. in "A Med ical Discov ery " and the Dancing Bar rows Fred Galletti's monkeys are pleaslnjr pa trons of the Broadway Musee this week. They appear In the curio hall. Evaleen. the water queen, will next appear here. She Is said to eat and sleep .under water In full view of the audience. a r.i...,..ir7niL n uriBB WTBT IB.&O.S-W. DIRECT LINE. vj pfg' p.iat nMMiag-w f"BBWMMM fR Many weary nishts are spent by anxious mothers whose children are aSirted with eroan. This dreadful disease carries off ibou sonds of beloved children every year ; there is one remedy that hould be In ever? household, so that as toon as creep appears. 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