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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. MARCH 31. 19G. Kayser Ziim, rft.t, tarnish it represents sil ver more closely than any other composition. We offer to-day serviceable pieces of great beauty at moderate prices. Kayser Zlnn Cheese riate, S-Iuch size, fancy VUtULT I. TiUC (li. Kayser Zlnn Fruit Bowl. -luuii mw, urxiuiutruit'li with butterflies and , pansies Price 53.00. aRSsEEiEE3S55Si Kayser Zinn Handled ammWmZZI?z?$3SV6 Cake or Fruit BasSet. 10-incU size, butterfly center Price $12.00. Kayser .Inn Wall Plaque, by .T. Gamier, IS Inches, with, nrtlstic center Price 112.50. Kayser Zlnn Vegetable Dili, with cover, '".Art Xouvean" design, as illustrated Price $14.00. Kayser Zlnn Meat Platter. IS Inches. "Kepousse Border" Price $14.00. Kayser Zlnn Game Platter, 18 Inches, with same center and floral border Price $14.00. Kayser Zinn American Beaujy Vase. 12 Ineben high, snipe or- naraentation Price $21 .00. KayserZ!nn Souvenir 5telu,$1.50 to $3.75. Oriental SSs&sf k.lm7f jyMwuj tutcicsuu ate uui u J-iKiiiU-c, v-uiuwr. 45n PftTlT Trtmiintr g -. ...... o Wy& ?tsl slErnts In 5L Louis. Manv of the most beautiful iS!Tr-I snerimpns ar ka rfcrv&y-5SM r .. . wefcM "J" cuid ba produced ror so litue. wfesi W?j.Srj37 rin(tAt.A Tfj 4HLUCl VCV52f JUustrcUtd Caialogfrce on request Mail orders solicited. MERM0D m. JACCARD'S .Bra&dw&y a.nel Leeust. SPECIALTIES. wwwwwrv Mississippi NANUSES, SELLS, RENTS AID APPRAISES CITY PROPERTY. Trust DEATHS. BIKRMAN On TumUy, March 3. 14. at 20 A. in . JuiU. Ices Blennaa (n Moore), tl 51 yean. bled wlf9 of William H. Hinnn. Funeral from mMrace. No. iZX Morcu strc:, TburcJaj1 March 31. ax Z p. in. BREST? On lion-lay. H&rcb li 14. . S jdfcK P n:-. FJcrerc Emma. Infant dauijbtr of Arthur W. and Floy Warcer Brent, aed 6 rcccthj ard 14 day. Funeral en Fridar. April 1. at 1 o'cloc p. n , frcm th rWeac of her ran 3pa ra L, Mr. an a il rs. W. Warner. Kirk wood. COROOnAN" On Tuesday. March 3. I, at Z'JZ'i o'clock p. ra.. Hannah Corcoran. g"l ST j-ars. The fnn-ral vnW tah place Friday. .ADril 1 at o clock, c. m from family re?i-I-nee, Ko. K3S GarhM aenu. to St. Terraa iTiarcn. thenca to Canary Cenittery. Friends are imittd to attecd. DAVIS Entered into rt tt Wt Baden. tundaj-. March 2 1"4. t C. Davis Funeral Xrom Haman & Sheoaa's. ThurMay at Z o'clock. nsUNGER M Corpus Cnrlstl Tex., en Mon day. Marrh ?S. 1904. J J. &Imsrr. beimM husband of Clara B ntl'nicr mee Sulntl. Funral Thurscaj M?rct Ji. a: ; oViock p. m.. imi re!dccf oi It H. Crole. No l5 JZamond avtnij Intr n'-'n at Bllfontain t-t-meterv arlis e. in I ,.nd pccaij. jio., raprm p.ca copy. FRTE-On Tu3ay March 3. WH. at 5:30 a. .. Man- Grtrart Fn oee Dackhaus), be wi4 tf of Jonn H. Fry. Sr . and mother of Jonn F . William G . John H . Jr.. and M. Elizabeth Frre. Rt th se cf OT 3 ears and moctts Funeral from fjrrltr residence. No. XSt ouih Thirf'tnth ytrei en Thursjar, March 21. at !.." p. ro . to Ft- Vincent de Paul's Charth tbnce to b.. Peter and Paul'a Cm trr Friends Inrlted to attend- Please omit Coders. GILLIAM On Tpesday, March 23. TSOt at 9.3) ra lHie R Gilliam, oldest JKn of Annie- M. lrs- ire Gilliam), after a llrc-rlng Ulne. at jn ase of r) ven-s and Z month Funeral Thur-hy March Si. at 2 p m., from family Trid)c. No 371H North Ninth atreet. Rel atires and friends ln.-ited. HARDY On W?dcerdax. March SO. 1V4. at a. m., Caxl Zfeffler lltrdy. blo-ed aori cf Ja-n and Kllta Hardy. ard T yearit. FtJ reral from the family rsidenc-. No. twj Maple a.renue, in Frldav afternoon at 2 o'clock, to ft. Ro rrrnrch. th"nce to Calvary Oroe-tery- Frienda Invited to attend. HTGrTES-On Taraday. March ?. 14. John F. Hujfb'i, heloed huUind of Llah JIuches and father cf John R JlugVu. Funeral will take placa from family retd-nne. No. 3S Kortta Sixteenth street, to PU Lawrence O'Toole'a Church, at 1 o'clock p. m. to Cal Tkry Cemetery. MASKELLr-On Tucwiav. March I3.1S0L at V) o'clock a. ra , Catherine Maskell (nee O'Reilly). bloved wjfe of Jom Maekell and dear mother cf FranciP and Joseph MaaXell and fitter of Patrick 0R9illv, aped rs Tears and 7 dayi. The funeraJ will take place Thursday. March t't, at l3n o'clock p m.. from raldence. No. Kff North Sarah atrcet. to Pt. Matthews Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. HEDART Entered Into reft. Wednesday, lUrch W. 1504. at :i v m.. after & ehott 111 nee, willlsra S M-dart. ad N year and 5 months, beloved son cf Fred and Auantfa. Mdart and denr brother cf Fred. Qusle. Hul dah. Edward. Fhilln and FLsrenca. Due cotlca cf famral wtU be given. M0RIB3T On Wednesday, March 30, !. at :4d a, tn., Johanna Mcrtaer' ne Hopan, b lored mother of Katie MoH-sv. Fun-ral from family rwldenca, Nol 14 North Thlrte-nth ftreet. cat Friday. April 1. at X p. m., to ?t. Lawrence CfTccle'a Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Frienda Invited. Chicago, I1L, pa per pleaae copy. SIIEEITAN On "Wedn-adRy. March Xo, 1K4. Robert Sheehan. beloved htuband of Mary hhan Cne- Meajcher). a fed H years. Funeral Friday, April J. at 5: a. m.. from ridncef Ka S3? Bt, Loins avenue, to Pacred Heart Church, thence to CUlvary Otaetery. WAGONER UNDERTAKING xiarouvB st. Day or- Night. CO. nmnnyesnn FAIR FIRMS I HuIIm t'ndartaJtln Coijiaj. OQltman aad Konh Market: A K33. HoZtneUm undertAjdnc Cocpacr, 7M 3ovlh Brommr: Victor M;C!X Flcta Uneruldziff Compvir, 337 Sostcn &Te nao: D 133. Slatur A Backs Und.rtaklnc Cppiy (col cred). lm-itsx Biaai BtrMt; A issJ. B&ubonx Unlertaklsr Companr, Vesica n. H. Mendtdiall trnatruxicr Onspany, Zl& Sutti TireznreMOQd strett: O 7. Jamc Harr. Dvlisar and Taylor UTcrr; IXlmar t5t , Dtj'm Carnas Cbtcptnr. Ill North Blith trwt: t W3. H. Jlliiluw Eunka Oarnas aiad Meisensmr Camp3T: C T5. Ixrultlina CarrUc. E.rrlc; A SOK. A ISO. Fablls Hock and Co2 DrlTrr Auoclatlani ZtU. fS. Be&nnv3t: Klnloco, STU-. tC Th World'! Fair etoblM, 14 rark aneir, 2 ox. ISdvard T. Hoirard, 2SC1 Lficlnifl avesna; CItt 'L B. Voorhe. nndcrtaldcs and UmTk Onnlts ctr, ra; Kh. a. CHopP Stable. H Eajloa aranae; Kin. D 139. in. B. Ilanaos. Vesdaaie Stables, na-114 VTal nut Knot S. S. Barpar. Ollxexa4 lArtrr and UndarUk Uix Cbzcpanr, C North Bevtnth street; teL 3 Joba P. Collin, undortalrer and embalmer, Slf VTalnnt atmt- D IPS. tro. Fascnedoc Urf it and Undertaking; Com posrv c Norti Grand nrnw: D ltd. iC Vleboarb llrerr and Undertaklna; Oom SZp-miL-Ujxllt srenuts C lil. aSETcr'X.i?1 s&3&& 3iKSSiS!'SS Kayser Zlnn Tankards and Steins, $1.50 up. Kayser Zlnn Vases, pretty shapes, artUtlc decorations, 7-lnch vase, S2.25; others, $2.75 and up. Kavser Zlnn Card Travs, 9-inch size, $4.23. Kayser Zlnn "Art Xouvean" Rread Trays, richly decorated: i-.t 10 Inches long. SS inches wide. $7.23. Kayser Zlnn Fish Platter, 24 inch niw, $15.00. Many other pieces in onr collec- tlon at correspondingly low prices. Wares. rvX TTtmfWkfftll In4AJTfl(1i A Tnruin.. i"M.t.... East Indian and other Oriental Art Warts, of which TXA VlflTA a VyC 11fTA ami sAsA Stst.lYi'i.AtHAT n tYiA liol tTnlsr rtrxt nf Tho mrwr nttrtlrA ...J v . 4V. Maa, .HW..V..,V lnxc nrird ns t. invito trnnlop tIio : : : : . ir r. v Mr Carved iTortes KfO to $15ft) ITUHV.H.ttHIW.I.... . IU i-O W rutre x-orceiaios........... ! 10 iiiA' Teatwood Pedestals, Benares Brass "Wares, "Cnlque Bronzes, Exquisite Silverwares and Brlc-a-Brac DEATHS. STEWARTV-Eatered into rest. Mrs. Laurtnda K. Stem art, -widow of the late Fred Stewart and dearly beloved mother of Hill. Charles ard Eugene Stewart and Mrs. Lizzie Kellog?. Mr Ada Wrij-ley and Mrs. Edith Dean, aeed 71 earo. Fcnaral from ridenre of hT danhtr, lira. Kellorr. No. 4Ks Luckr Ftreet on Friday afternoon ax 3 o'clock. Funeral private. New ark papers please copy SUTTER On Wednesday. March . 13M. at 8 a, rn.. Bernhard Sutter, beloved husband cf Marfaretha Butter (nee Wllhelrai and cur dear father, after a short Illnes. aited 47 ytnrj and S mentha. Funeral trill taJ rlac on Friday. April 2. at 1 p. ci. from family residence. HaP's Ferry road, to Calvary Cemetery Relatives and friends are tnvltM to attend Deceased "was a member cf C K cf A. Branch No. TiB. DELEGATES WANT UNION. Commissioners of Kirksville Prf.s byterr Would Join Chnrclics. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Klrksnlle, M&., March S). The Klrks ville Presb)Serr convened in the Cum!c land Pivsbj terian Church, this clt-. last night. The Introductory sermon ttos preached by the Rjverend R. E. Sh-rman. The Reverend J. A. Stanley of Downtnc -was made moderator and th Reverend V. II. Johnston of Ciillao clerk. During this morning's session the commissioners to the. General AsscmWy in Dallas next ilav were choen. as follows: Redman Whitehead of Macon, on the part of mlnlstrv; a.tercate. C. V. Whlte hrad of Gonn: W T. Balrd of Klrksrllle. on the part of the oldersfclp; alternate. Dv W Fillers of Callao. All Btroneiy favor union of the two Presbrterian churches Tho session will continue through to-morrow. "For Good-r.ess sake" use SAXITOL TOOTH POWDER. Ask your dentist. ROOMS FOR CONVENTION. Bryan and He.'irst Will Have Ad jacent Apartments at Hotel. William Jennings Bryan and William R. Hearst will have their Jicadquarters side by side during the Democratic Xatlonal Convention. Mr. Hparst has engaged ninety-two rooms at Jefferson Hotel and the former candidate's apartments are re served on tho same noor. Lyman T. Hay. manager of the hotel, says that tho reservations were not se cured at the same time. The Jefferson Hotel will open for business next wets. Spoke at Pnrclnc Commencement. Doctor Henry M. Whelpley of the Medi cal Department of Washington Univer sity addressed tho students last nlgbt at the commecement exercises of the phar macy department or Purdue University at Lafayette. Ind THE discerning mother can easi ly tell a good suit of Boys Clothes. Look at one of the Mrs. Jane Hopkins' Brand, and you'll read3ydiscovertheirsuperiorquaIiry. Made to be ,Boy-Proof," of hard woven fabrics, in pleasing patterns and snappy styles. AH for a very f ew dollars. On Sale at Leading Stores H CLUETT, PEABODY 4CO. Kg jH CLUCTT NO ARROW COLLARS fjffi u'SaaaoBaaKSiSlaaeSaaaKSBMMBBBas. LLIIOIS MINERS HUE HOT YIELDED Differences Between Operators and Men Threaten to Bring About Strike. OWNERS WANT CONCESSION. I .employes oi -luuuaii x-iciu Fight Keduction After All Oth er Districts Have Agreed Upon Wage Scale. EEPrBIJC SPECIAU Springfleld. III., March . Serious difference-: have arisen between the Illinois coal operators and miners In Joint con vention here. Unless a change of atti tude is apparent on the part of the miners to-morrow it Is not improbable that the operators wlil call off further negotia tions and that a strike embracing tho entire S:ate v.111 result. The contention has developed over the sc.tle in the northern field, wbere the miners are rlghtimj a reduction of 3 cents a ton. It la contended by the men that the differential between their district and other rlelds of the Slate has cot been just In the pjst, and that to continue the scale that has been paid in the past will merely place tliem on thi same footing as miners In the remainder of the State. The cierators, on the other hand, con tend that the differential established sev eral years ago should be maintained. It appears to-night that any concession that !s made must come from the miners. For the tirst tune in history, the opera tors in this State are organized and pre pared to present a solid front against their employes. In the past the operators aer the minors have played one field against an other, and In this manner obtained almost am- sort of concession. Threats of suspension on the part of the m:ne workers ate taken with apparent unconcern on the part of the operators. If a strike t-hould be precipitated "t is un derstood that the operators will never aga:n accept the check-o2 system now In practice. Under this system the operator deducts from the i of each mlnr his union dues. It is retucted that with the aboli tion of the check-off system, the miners' union would rapidly disintegrate, as it would be impossible to collect dues from a larce per cent of the men. National President Mitchell has been placed in an embarrasvlnK portion by the developments in the loint conference. It was upon Mitchell's adUce that the miners all over the country voted to accept the five and one-half per cent reduction pro posed by the operators. Hi- home Is In the northern port of Il linois, in the flsld whre the proposed re duction 1p being fought, ana in me con vention here Mitchell has uphe'd the d mands of his neighbors A Wreck Averted. Jack, the rounder, exhausted by three consecutive nights of work down the line, had fallen aaleep at the switch- A train of thought bearing it burden of reptil ian f relent was just rounding the curve when bis faithful friend. Bill, tho bar tender, graspol him by the xhouldor and pressing a bottle of HEPTOL. SPLITS to his lira, cried. "Quick. Jack, ere It Is too late." Three long pulls at the bottle ani the flying menagerie nwept safely by. Xett morning Jack arose without that Kultry taste, and notlcimj the absence of the usual headache exclaimed. "Here after, it's HEPTOL SPLITS for me." IMPROVEIENtTtTbE MADE AT THE STATE UNIVERSITY. HxeeutiTe Hoiiril Creates School for Teiicher and Ozxtllnen Construc tion of Xetr Bnlldinifs. Many improvements which will result in enlarging the scope of the Missouri State University at Columbia were decided upon yesterday by tho Executive Board of the Board of Curators, which met in the parlors of the Southern Hotel. All the members of the Executive Board were present. They are J. F. QmeJIch of Boonville. Campbell Wells of Platte City and Walter Williams of Columbia. Lootor R. H. Jese. president of the university, was also present. The board created a teachers' college as a regular departmnt of the university. This college supplants the old normal de partment, and members of the Executive Board say it will be tho highest ollcge for training teachers we.it of the Mlss.s slppl River. Doctor A. Ross Hill, fo.-rccr-ly professor of education at the Univer sity of Nebraska, was selected as dean of the new department. Plans for erecting a gymnasium building and new cattle barns were discussed and approved. The gymnasium building N to cost JTO.OW. and the estimated cost of con structing the cattle barns is JIO.CCQ. These buildlncs will be erected as soon as tne funds arising from the inheritance ia will permit An offer made by J. V. C Karnes, an at torney of Kansas City and an alumnus of the university, providlns an annual prize of J50 for the best essay on "L'gal Ethics." written by a student of the law department, was accepted, and a vote of thanks tendered to Mr Karnes Leave of absence to study m Europe was granted to Doctor C. W Hethenng ton, professor of physical culture; Doctor Raymond Week?, professor of romance languages, and Doctor J. W Connoway, professor of veterinary stience The resignation of G. 31. Tucker, in structor in rural economy, was accepted. 3lr Tucker severs hU connection with the university to enter business. The po citions of assistant professor In mathe matics and instructor in bacteriology were created. STRIKER IS SENT TO JAIL Kansas City Driver Violates In junction and Pays Penalty. Kansas City, 3Io.. March SO Lee Over street, a striking member of the Truck Drivers' Union, convicted of violating 'he Federal injunction which, ordered the strik ers not to interfere with the nonunion men who had taken their places, was to day sentenced to sixty days In JalL Attention, Traveler. Earlier departure Illinois Central, "New Orleans Limited. ' On and after April 3 this train will leave St. Louis Union Sta tion S:4d p m. No chansre In "New Or leans Special." leaving St. Louis Union Station dally at 1:15 noon. WIFE HIT HIM WITH BROOM. Frederick Kohout Asks Divorce on This Ground. Frederick Kohout filed suit for divorce In the Circuit Court yesterday acainst Anna. Kohout. alleglnR that she was un kind to his children by a former msr rlase. She struck him with a broom, he avers. They were married January 12. C, in St. Louis and separated January 12 Peter Beanjean charees that his wife, Laura, deserted him In July. 1E. They were married in June. 1S97. Citizens Objcat to niasUnc. Citizens of JIaplcwood, Greenwood and Edsebrook yesterday petitioned Judge John W. llcElhinney of the Clayton" Cir cuit Court to suppress the blasting done In their vicinity in the excavations for the new Terminal Belt Railway Judge 31c Elhinney. referred the mutter to Prose cuting Attorney R. I Johnston, who noti fied the Walsh Construction Company, the firm In charge of the grading contract, that the nuisance must be abated or he would proceed agalns; them. LC ONE OFFICIAL UNDER ARREST. Organizer Innis the Only Team sters' Brotherhood Lender in Custody of St. Louis Authorities. The Indictments voted Tuesday by the Grand Jury against officials and members of the International Teamsters" Union were returned in Judge Taylor's court yes terday morning with a partial report. Innls U the only offlcLil arrested. The indictments are against Slilton Booth, organizer. Chicago; George Innls. organizer, Detroit: Daniel Furman, secre tary of the Chicago Union: J. C, Shea, general president of the brotherhood, In dianapolis; Albert Young, general orgai:-izer.- Indianapolis; William Rowbotham. financial secretary, Chicago; Ernest Ruck. William Kelly and 3Ilchael Ryan of Chi cago. The Indictments, when amended by As sistant Circuit Attorney Hancock, will ehargf assault to kill and accessory before the fact. As originally drawn they charge assault to do ereat bodily harm and ac cessory Itefore the fact. Innis. Ryan. Ruck and Kelly are prison er1? at the Four Courts. Furman. accord ing to press dispatches) from. Indianapolis, has not b-n In St. Louis since the strike began. Albert Young, general organizer, has recently resigned his position. Sha stopped in St. louis on 3larch 25 on his return from California, where he spent a month. Statements by other officials in Indlan apo'is suit that Rowbotham's business In St. Louis was to look after the funds of the strlkrs and that Charles Robb had been in St. Louis several days. Assistant Circuit Attorney Hancock stat ed yesterday that no Indictment had been returned against Robb, as was at first re ported. The charges against the indicted men are felonies and would result In Peniten tiary bemences if the defendants should be convicted. They can be extradited from other States to answer the charges if they do not voluntarily surrender Assist ant Circuit Attorney Hancock expects the men to surrender. WILDRICK'S WOUNDS FATAL Superintendent Shot by Employe Dies at Joplin, iio. REPUIILIO SPECTAL. Jopli-s. Mo., 3Iarch SO D. L. Wlldrlck. who was shot 3ionday afternoon by Elmer Bowers, died at St. John's Hospital In this city this afternoon. Wlldrlcfc was superintendent of the Inde pendent Ponder Company, and Bowars worked under him. A personal difference arose between them and Bowers went to the company'3 office and shot WUdrick In the left Bldo. He also shot E. E. Crawford, whose death Is expected at any moment. After the shooting Bowers gave himself, up and is now confined In the county jail at Carthage. Ho has not tasted food since he was locked up, and refuses to talk. Wlldrlck's home was in Philadelphia. The gondny Republic.' COLOR MAG AZI.M3 for next Snndaj- ttIII contain 2-4 pa-rea, an enlargement from 1U pases, vrltb. beautiful color effects. Order TO-DAY. FRED ACHENBACH DETAILED. Will Supervise Work of World's Fair Custom-House. RRPUBUO SPECIAL. Washington, ilarch M. Frederick Achenbach of Clayton, 3Io., for a num ber of years In the office of the Auditor of the Treasury, leaves'" f hursday after noon for St. Louis on detail directing him to take charge of the liquidation of entries In the custom-house at the Louisiana. Purchase Exposition. Mr. Achenbach has been the inspiration of the local Missouri Society, and last Saturday was presented by Its members with an authors edition of Mark Twain's works as a testimonial of their esteem. The Sunday Republic's COLOR MAG AZINE for next Sunday Trill contain 24 pa-res, an enlarjrcment from 1U naicea, rvltli beautiful color effects. Order TO-DAY'. Action Deferred Until Saturday. The Board of Directors of the Mer chants Exchange yesterday heard ths ap peal of Corwin H. Spencer, Thomas Akins and John T. 3Illliken in regard to a set tlement of wheat margins with C. IL Alger. The proceedlncs lasted all after noon, the board adjourning to meet Sat urday, when It Is expected that actloo will be taken. Services at Grace Church. Services will be held this evening at 8 o'clock at Grace Church. In 3iarlon place. at which the Holy Communion will he celebrated. Good Friday services will b4 conducted at 10.30 o'clock to-morrow morning. Stic vBlr PatntttJi Laundry &UQ At All Grocers Won't Freeze Won't Break Won't Spill Won't Spot Clothes Costs 10 Cents, Equals 20 Cents worth of any other kind at bluing iVIfZtfJtick la a ttieg cf solnbU bias la filter bag inalde a perforated vcodtn tsbt, through which the water flows and dlnolrtt ine color as neeaea. DIRECTIONS FOX USE: IViggleStick around in tho Tvater. SItnaf actored onlr far THE LAUNDRY BLUB COMPANY, Chleor THE amateur cocktail mixer is a greater bore than the amateur cook. j If you like to serve a cock tail that makes a man smack his lips in delight don't mix it yourself. GOLD LION Cocktails (ready to ice) never vary. GOLD LION Cocktails Seven kind! Manhattan, Vermoath, Whiskey, Martini, Tom Gin, Dry Gin and the American Of good wine merchants. The Cook ft Bemheimer Co.. Makers New York J. T. CONRAD GROCER. CO. St. Lculi Dlrtributon mgic wea ?eSjY fpQ I I I M IgTl I I i m M2k Hi MX OUBEO BY HURON'S HON. KITT (IOULD, OF CHICAGO. EX-SENATOR AND PROMINENT ATTORNEY, CURED BY PAW-PAW Hon. Kitt Oould, Chicago, representative of the Third Senatorial District, and for four years the attorney for the State Board of Pharmacy of Illinois, says: I have been a jreat sufferer from Ca. tarrh of the stomach, dyspepjia and Indigestion, which completely upset ruy nervous system, ilunyon's Paw.Paw has driven out these distressing ailments and has restored all my old-time energy and vim. It is a marvelous remedy. I am pleased to state to the world Hint my Paw-Paw has proved Itself to be not only a positive cure for Dyspepsia, and all forms of "Nervousness, but Is without doubt an lnfalllblo cure for Catarrh. When I put this remedy upon the market I knew that It would cure Dyspepsia. I knew that It would cure XcrvowneM. I knew that it would euro Sleplesenes8. I also knew that It would purify the blood and give strength and energy to the whole system, but I had not thought of It as a Catarrh cure; but tho hundreds of testi monials that I have received from people that have been cured of Catarrh prove to me that this new vegetable pepsin is des tined to be a great blessing to Catarrh sufferers. It cures Catarrh by purlfjing tho blood I do not believe It is possible for a per son to have pure blood who has not a well stomach and good digestion. My Paw Paw makes the stomach well: makes one eat and digest all that they do eat. It makes one sleep; It rests the nerves. It Mumyon't Paw-Paw Has Mnnyon's Paw-Paw Tonic for sale at all druggists', also Paw-Paw Laxative Pills the best Stomach and Liver Pills on earth 25c a bottle. Texas Wants Y0V. Cheap lands in rich rice and sugarcane district of Galf Coast. Good markets, good schools, good neigh bors eovd a. good living. Htmestekers o.nd inveitars iheold invesligala lhal po.rt of Teiva along the Cm.Be Bell R. R. THE SANTA FE WANTS YOV to use id direct line Is Tax.. Lew one-way avnd round-trip rales lha first s.nd third Tutiday of efcch month. at eat this advtrtlst mini and nail It to me. I will ssnd yoa fact worth knawlnf. MM Solid Silverware and Rich Cut Glass . . FOR Easter and Wedding Presents F. W. DROSTEN'S, YOUNG'S SPECIAL mm1' Standard Asbestos Roofing Is absolutely Fireproof, contains no Coal Tar, Wool or Shoddy, Is Water, Acid and Vermin Proof, and practi cally Indestructible. Makes a cool roof in summer and a -warm roof In winter. GIN BE APPLIED OVER OLD SHINGLES OR TIN ROOFS. H. W. JOHNS-MANVILLE CO., WM. A. BUDDECKE, Monagor. 914-16-18 N. BROADWAY. Itiitlit nl Kipttii this Fiji aid Wv Conrlift. 1 II P:U cf Itfcestu SjtcUltlit K9T For eeley- : For LIQUOR DRINKING, MORPHINE An KirteSto Bra UUna. UsmHozla, yv dr. a W Dl at JaC7 liUaatf.lAt mimA 1 rs-( sW r sV -- Ure 2801-3 S LoeurrST.. St. Loui. ltftM. larmitsM " te Hang iiutsm ran tco a tuaasTHSma RRH PAW-PAW put. vitality info every fiber, tlsu and bor.e. It seenn to have the power of pur sing all poiions from the system. It acts wonderfully well on the IJver It puts this organ Into lctlvlly. prevents Consti pation, Headaches. Jaundice and other Liver trouble I want every prFnn vho suffer with Catarrh to set a lottI of Paw-Paw and take It according to direction and se how quickly it will stop all catarrhal discharges from the no-e; the dropping of mucus Into the stomach, pains In the head, dizziness, inflamed eyes. nauea, deafness, hawking and fplttinc and other disagreeable fea tures o Catarrh. People wfco suffr with Catarrh of the nose, head and throat should bv all mean get a package of my Catarrh Tablets and use them as a wash This wash will cleanse, soothe and heal all sore spots harden th mmbraae" and prevent taking fresh colds. I do not believe there Is a cas of Ca tarrh, whether it Is in the head, throat. lungs or stomach, that I'aw-faw and my Catarrh Tablets will not cure. ilUXTON. No Equal as a Spring Medicine. 1 A. Anirevn, Ben'l Aft. A. T. k. 8. F. Ry 1G8 N. Fourth St, SL lotils, Mo. Seventh and Pine Streets. BLOOiBNQ PLANTS Oor Greenhouses are Full of LILIES and Mast Be Sold. EASTHR I.IL.IRS To planta In a rot :4 lnchw high. 3 to 4 opn flowers. 91.(i pach. 3) to t( Inches high. 5 to S fionera. 91.0 nch; to 54 lnchv high. S to I 101 and Mfflu bU'ii, .v) e-ach, 0 to 4S Inches high. nionrtr plants. ti.'..(lo ach. AZAIiBA. In full blooir. 1! to 2) lcchc- high. a-Inch crown. color bright pink. l.B each WHITE MlllKrniUTns fPar Daly) Color jure white, alee 30 Inches In diameter anl SS Inches hlga. 91 .50 each HYCIM"H5 In all colors, "trms f flowers on each plant. 25c i In 7-Inch pan. 5 let 6 stems, 75c each 1.1 I.ACS EUr-'r wblf or onrple. grotvn In 5-inch pot. about p :ncte high IS Inches In diameter, with 19 to U truasea of blcoin on tnm. t.5ti each Large, quantities of ot&er blooming plants, such as Cinerarias, Lilr of the Vally. Splreas. average price. 8I.IH) each YOUNG'S, 'TPtKRCTS."- WRITE FOB OUR IUUSTRATED PRICE LIST OF GUT F10WEIS. Keeley Tiaaen tas cijxrn ooieittf ure AUCTIONEERS. StNtOMMMS! XMWWMrVMKI L h. SELKIRK & GO., AUCTION AND STORAGE. Re-niar oole every Saturday at warahoiiaa ana seceral otnee, 1IC1-10-U caounao aranBa. K3 in re14ence a ipecislty. Phooa iJBIoe c in. WESTERN SALVAGE WRECKING AGENCY IXi ar-d 10CT Washington aenue. handlers ot Fire and Uarlc. Solvate- WatcS for pelJ coucei. SUtl'CL GS. JIaimxer. AMUSEMENTS. CHORAL-SYMPHONY SOCIETY LAVT CCCEUT OF THE EASO.V. ODEOfM FRIDAY EVE V& APRIL I. TWO GRAND CHORAL WORKS, Orchestra, 60 Chorus, 350. AI.FItKI) i:itT, Illrector. STABAT MATER, Rossini, SWAN and SKYLARK, Goring T&onias S ! iiallT9 Sfcannah "jmimnc cf Nw York, rv prajio Mis Ja5i Tiircn of St. Lou's. t M- e. v jdv-j ' Ww Y'-rfc Tencr; Seal nt Ofllct- of Ihf errrtary, Uiiodi V The Oilron. OLYRflPIG-TO-HIGHTc rn ni.r. FitoiiMW i'Rf.sevts JULIA MARLOWE Thursdar iTvn'rn Ffdiv and Sat. Eves. and Sat MaUD INGUMtR. BEGINNING OUHUAI WED. & SAT. SEAT SALE THE ROGERS BR08. IN LONDON. nt i:ntertai.neks-U! Prices 2 T5c JL( anl !!- CENTURY-TO-NIGHT. Charles Frohman FreMnts WILLIAM FAVERSHAM In th Greatfft Success of Ills Store Career, "LOI1U AND LAIJY I.iV." Hegulsr Matinee Saturday SUNT IT NIGHT-SEATS NOTV ON PALS. LOUIS FRED'K JVYES and UARDE In tur-nIOBs cenl- rroductloc Sun and Thuis. live. OrJ'Ko." Mid. Wed. and. TO. Kve. and Sat. Mar, Ai'iaacer the Great." Tues. Jutlu-. Caar " V.V ed. Mat. and Sit. Nlsht. "Macbeth." COLUMBIA. CcBtlaaoaM VsadsvIL' 1:30 W: JO DMilfr Alt This Wetk and .ixtSua4sy. 5 ErMto Family . Oia Dickon Cb Lo Ranoll Howard's Pcnr Clrcoa. Louise flrahanv Hume. Ks & Lewis Kmral(ta Cferdna & MauJ. Harry Brown. aiacv iog 15c SOo 50o All Orcbtstra. Chilis. Tc. IMPERIAL u?' 25c Mat. Edward R. MaHson in "The Pride of Jennico." To-Day. Next Sterloci Holmes or The Slim cf the Foot. r.niWFnan THriTFR,.4thuiocnT the et:risting succes. BROTHERS NEW 8 BELLS BYRNE, m TOKO U? TO DATE 1.C31 DEW SUEPB1SES. Next nuiT Kerands' Minstrel? GERMAN THEATER - CDEON. IIE1NEMANX WEt.B Slanaefrs. TO-NIGHT Ir.flt of LEOPOLD JACOIH. "PiSTOP BBOSE." Ea.tr 5in4aT Night-Gala Doct.'- Bill VIf r lnsfblldet Krankr." comJv "Da er nrfohm rl !" Lawrnt." tcmlo fr. ar Ftunr vca Scpr- GRAIN D r-V Night Prlc. ia.Cc.Mt.5e. .M. DAVID JSJSESW HIS LAST HIGGINS S&fSlSa DOLLAR..'. Nxt Sun. Mat. Al H. Wllsoa in "A Prloc of Tattera." fiSMwIaSll "- 1Mb 23-fr.t MaUne Tuesday. ThsrJay. Satartar- 25C Mat.l, Why Girls Wimm To-Dxi-j.fi I Leave Homel5.2513i,tJj Sosdar liatlDfa Nt "VOST RIVER." STANDARD, THE NOME OF TOUT. TWO FROLICS DAILY. RICE & BARTON'S ROSE HILL ENGLISH FOLLY QO. Nfxt Attraction-TRANS-ATLANTICS. ZOO 3300 Gliva Now Open Mammoth Wild Bsast Collactloa ADMISSION tt CEXTS. CENTURY LEAGUE EXCURSION. C PEORIA. rEKIN. HAVANA AND PE TERSBURG and return. SatorSay Airll t DO, via Chicago, reoria. and Su Iul plal train at lOft - m. HOTELS. THEWOLCOTT, Slat t. and Fifth Arc. Sew Torlc European Plan Exclusively. Opened March f, 1904. J. h. unnsLi.T. MUDLAVIA This grat re-ort cpn the rear round, corablna re't. health and nleasure for your vacation- Onlr a few hours' ride from St. Loul. near Attica. Ind..rn Wabash Railrcad Nature's greatest cur fcr Itheamatl'm. Oout, Kldner, Sain. Bladder. Stcmach and nrTouse dtas. Fcr cintlfutly illcstrate magaiin- and all Inforrefttlon. address H L. Kramer, Qen. Manager Kram-r Ind. Tt. Do YouEver stop to consider the present eitictency ot the TELEGRAPH SERVICE compared with what It was tetorethe"fUIAi. entered the Held? W WIIJJAM F. HOMES. K.J. DIEKNEITa President. Secretary. ESTABLISHED IN 1MJ. MISSOURI STATU 31LTUAL. FIRE A5U MAniE uscoAxce cosirAxr. Otflc. Na 717 Cbeatnut at., Bt. Ixiula, Ho. TeL Bell Main OT. TeL Kinlocn A KB. Pollciea ra nttea on timer stock cr muiual phus. Henrr C. Haarstlek. J. B C Lncaa, i. R. Ortbuein. D. O. V7aiker, Wra. F. Homes. Jos. W. Belt. C C Rcwie. a& MMW fwl! at wjlcox GVMtsBims'm T, mlr AFC rvlla&t ta-ml. " - fW U tra. tJJ fcr ran, fttaia2 MM Borailsss VTI11 eeUr tn 8 rs. Brad 4 MW ceau la lUap, Ut Partlealom. Testtamaadala UsaT ul'VTwul Safe 6eVl ' "' WttOOX KEDICAIaCO, CU.nainnT1tt ASTHMA To stay CurKL Cajxn re moved. Health stord. No more Asthma or Har Fever. Book 8T fr-e.wrlta P-.HAROL.D HATHD. BuCaio. X. T. 9 -v -i ..