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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: MONDAY 'APRIL li. 1901.
t A sudden drop. The weather has a habit of dolus; that the.se days. But the man who lias a MacCiittliy-l'vaiit) Toi X0M1 Ton fi.tt to set oil dooein L rait' iiiulIi how niueh tlie weather "eN it buliUs ou." That's the comfort of it. Tile it.s st j INhiH'v and It vvi'.ii'fulnoss, on top of that and vovt'll wonder how we turn out the top coat we produce for $!. to ifrrfi. MacCarthy-Evans Tailoring Co., ttodium-Brida Prices. rllgh-Qrade Tailoring. 816-820 Olive St. Ttefast OfflcelsOpparile. Mtli2B47 "On Good Footing," Advises Sammy Shoestrings, "Im onlj another n of "-ayinj, 'On Burt's " Korrcct Shape" shoes.' " Byjjoohug the wear-resource-, and the style-capital of Rock-Oak soIes.-'Bnrroja-is" (the patent leather tlii.l noit break through) vamps aaJ peerless s li oe m a 1: i n y, IJurt has pro duced a. man's shoe for ( that is rated AAAl in the Shoe Bradstreet. 1904 high and low s-tyles ready for you at Baker - Bayles Shoe Co., 6th" St. near Washington. Forty dollars given away. Look out for the Itargnin Advertise ment of Penny & Gentles in The Republic next Wednesday nioin in RUSSIAN EASTER PASSES QUIETLY Jews at Kishenor Not Disturbed on Anniversiuy of Mas sacre. St Petersburg, April 11. TheAsoclaied Tieps has received spioial r pou fiom all the JewLsh ilistricts of Rtisjia reirarclin the happenings of JIaster g.nday. Up to 2 o'clock this moniinir. according to these disp.itches. Hie Ruisi.in Kuhlcr passed quietly, and there "as absolutely no attempt to molest the Jtw., the.Pro Mncial Governors ac-tlnsr in accordance with instruction from St. FeterabiKT Tlie faithful execution of the Governor's orders by tho local authorities and tlie po lite prevented the outbreaks. uliicli jyre feared at Klshener. the scene of the dis turbance") la.it Easter. There wan not a .slnrjle eae there In which Jews mil ChiiHians were Involved. The Government ollltl lis here are grati tied that order has been t generallv prt serv ed. I'enrla Man Mlsstatr, Alonzo Hoffman of Peoria, III., yester day requested the aid of the St. Louis police in his search for hi.s brotiier, VTIl liam Hoffman, who Is described as being 2t jears old, Z feet 10 inches tall, of slender build, havinj: dark hair and mustache and wearing a dark check suit of clothes and a black soft bat. DEATHS. DEISTER After a short illness, on Satur lj. April . 1904. at 4.S0 o'clock. Katharine lielstsr (nee Holtze). beloved mother of Tlllle, Charles Acne and William Di ter and mother-in-law or NIC Prolan, area 73 tears runeral will takeplace fiom farail) reffdence. ?"o 25J4 South Jefferson avenje on 31unda, April li, at 2 p m. Interment private. DETCHEMENDY On Saturday. April . UKH. at 6:20 o'clock p. m . Justine Pete hemendv. aged S3 jcars and 7 months Tlwrral will take Piace Tuesda. April 12. at S:S) o'clock a. tr from the residence of Mrs. I'atrli k Fox. Xo. Zilt !conade street, to the C'hurili of M. Thomas ef Aquln, theme to Calvarj Cenieler. lMends are invited to attend rtau rranclsco and Sie. lienevieve paptlis please cop. BXGL13II On Sunday, vpril 10. l)l. at 10 a m. l-Awr-me. tlaili b-loveil son of 1'at rlek and Margarv: Kneiish la-other of l'atrlck Fnllh. Jr. Mrs J. .-mlth. Mrs 11. Tooh"v and Mrs J Kster. deiiarteil tills life after a short nines, aired 2S years 4 months and : lavs Fun-ral Tuesda at 2 p. m , from resi dence. No hiy tmth Klulh strett, to Mintin (ialion Church, theme to Calvtrv Cemeterv-I-'il'nds and relative, Invited to attend. McDONALH On Sundav. Apitl 30. 1904. at 4:10 p m, William I McDonald, beloved am of John L and Annie McDonald and beloved brother of Ham. IMnaid and John McDonald, aced I2-vear lo months and 2 daj. runeral Mill tal.e place- from fainll resldeiue. No .llli 12-vston avenue. Aritl 12. at 2 p m. Friends are oordiall) lnvl'ed. . ( x MintPirv On Sun Ja)'. April 10. 1)4, at ll:li . m. AfchV Mur;hv. Leloved iji er of Mis. Denrfs Datlev- ar,- Cornelius Itertuon and oai belnpd aunt. Iuneral will tal.c pla from famllv re-ldenre, jo. t('l South sixteenth street. Tuesdej. nill 12. at t.-3-J a in . to bt. John's I'hui-cli. ttience to CaliKrj ivmeterj. Friends invited, ottumna. U.: M Jo", Mo., ml Cln innRti. O . i-apcia o eaiv lopj. NOSKA On Kridav. Aplil t 15C4 at 10.10 p m . Thomas Noskn. beloved husband of Barbara "o-ka (nee Cliuzua) and father of Maadalna. T'loma .ind Gt-or;e .Vokn, artei a llngerlns lllneas, at the see of 41 jciis r months and II i!ai. Flint tal from famlli te-ldence. No. HIS Iifajcttr ivei.ue. Monday April 11 at 2 p m , to St. Vlncpt -le 1'ajli's Cliuroh. thence to 9S. TMer and Paul's C-;Plcier. Deceased nas a member of Semot.r ljdse. No. 131 Ksighta and Ladlts of Honor, nOOGU-On Scndai. April 10. 1904. at 4 p. n.. Kollus llorae. Ma of August and Aucasta ltopjre. aged 5 months and 18 days Funeral TJ13 W U..'i '..P.,' tnm family ieldnce. No S1.-4 North Broadivsv. to Isp theran Cemetery. ' " TODD Knttied luto r.t. after a ehort llli i"H. Sundaj. April 10. W04 at 8 a. m . Andrew . ToM. leloved broihe- of Mrs. T. C Shoekey and Mrs It. Jones and our dear uncle, at the c of K ear Funeral ill take nlace from the residence cf his itter. Afs. T. C Slioclcsv No. W Benton -tret. Tiiesdsv. Anril I". at"i 1- m.. thence to JJ'llefonialne Cemeteiy. llend inviteil to attend Deceased run a member of C)'vallr rodsje Kn'.gMs of Honor, and J?as sendetibel Tost. G. A. n. WAGONER UNDERTAKING CO., liar ours ar. Oav or JNIjzht. t''fi'viSa3S'- vs-M.ty'g-,-. ,.! -i?.tf LEADER CRITICISES DD-NOTHING POLICY John S. Williams S.t.v.s l'leent Session of Couhh'.ss Is Un paralleled. FAULT OF THE REPUBLICANS. Nt-fes&ary Legishition Has Been Dodged, lie Declares, Jieeause of Approaching National Campaign. Ri:piiBUcsrci m Washlimton. April 10 "If any emigre, in its llr-,t j:e--flon, has evr mail- euch an oThlbltion of neglecthiK. repudiating and dodging gieat public iUc-.-t!ou at, the present one, there is certainly no record of it," was the i einui k nude to Thi He public Ki-nUht by Kepreanitntlve John S. Williams, , the minoritv ltader in the House. "The political eigcv ie of the Itt-puh-luan pattv, now iu toutrol of bith branches of the Govrnmi nt, have vausid u whole Congress to netrlect nece-siiry Bem ral leuislation," said Itepre-ent.itlv e Viutervv oml. "We ai" adjourning In haxte, because the niajoritj party is afraid of a Hui-t-Ofllee lnveatiuation and the tapid manufacture of Democratic cauiiiaign mu teiial. There will be no time in the shoK oip.-Ioii for littl but appropriation", and tvvu ears will have been wasted.'" With the Kepulille.nl huders in both branches now ptepurins to adjourn within two week, and with little or no uppot tunity left for general legislation if this pruirramme Is t&rrltd out, the Ueniocratio lenders are making u their reconl for tho camrxilgn, and asbert that tlie presi-nt ses sion Iu given them a cuuse before the people which the voters in the national election must consider Just Both .Mr. Wiiliaiiiti and Air Tudeiwood to-night pointed out important pubic measures on which ti.ej hnve foued th Itepublleaiis to a recoid w:i. width they will have to expialti in Hit- lomiug tam puign llrst, and most impoitaul of all, they coiiHlder the lefusal to oidei a Keiieral investigation of tlie J'osl-Uflite Depart ment sw damaging; to the part In power. Such Investigation has been repeatedly voted down on strict part line in the House, but alwug on a point of order, and, therefore, not direetlv. Air. Williams obtained a direct vote on the question In the Committee on ltule-e, when the Cowherd i evolution for a gen eral investigation was voted down on party lines Pointing out the stubborn tefusal of the majority partv to do aniihhij; toward equalizing unjust tariff sthedultr-, and providitK for piomlaed leclprotitj, ilr. Williams said: P.i:PUliUCANM OK KECOKD. "tVe have the Ways uml Means Com mittee on record on ver important taiiff suggestions, which did not Involve a re opening of tlie whole schedule, l'or in stance, the committee i fused to repoit. bv a strict partv vote a bill lemovirg the So per cent margin provided for in the Dinglej law on goods toniing from those ouutrle which admit Aiiurlean pioducls of the I'.eld and forest to their inaikets entPely flee of dutj "The Wjh and Moans Committee l aso on retold a voting down a resolution authoiiiittc the President to tilKe tile ini tiative in .puttlnglnUi j-ffevL the lecl-ptoc-Ity'treaty with Prance, which coun tr is now- imposing maximum tariff rates on all attlcles of American production. There li mIso a recoid vote on the lesolu tion looking to better trado lehitlous with Canada, and on the bill putting i!e and agricultural implement's on the flee lii-t. "BesUeF dolgIi man.v other autitiiist resolutioiiK the majotlty part in Con s' ess. throush it Committee on Interstate Commerce, is on record as pteventi.ig legislation making moie iff'-ctlve tlie In terstate lOtumerte law. Tlie lull which 1 introduced, comptlilug the lOinnilttee when it vleeldcd rates to h unreaouah)e to state what rates shall be j-easonable. was refused a report: also a bill which would have prevented the operation of such combinations as the SJgar Trust. The revord is too long- to enumerate. If an seffcdon of Congress has ever beaten this in dodging mce?iaiv public qui stious. It must have been magnificent! nnd superblv active In tills line." "TIIK nRGI HL'Vri-lltA." Forty dollars given away. Iok out for the Baigain Advtttlsement of Phuuj & Qentls in The Kcpublic next Wednes.lj morning. POISONED BY POKE ROOT. Indiana Fanner and Wifp Ne.iily Killed by Herb in Food. HLP ITUl.IC .S5PMO! i Hvansvllle, Ind.. April 10 When neigh bors, attracted by the cries of a little child, broke into the home of Frank Mur phy last night at Armstrong, tliev found him and his wife unconscious on the floor, apparently dead. A doctor found they were suffering flora poisoning, and an investigation deve'oped tho fact that the horseiudish eaten by tbem was mixed with poke root. Police LooUlnRr far Incendiary. After a fhe in a shed In tho rear of JvTo. 330.2 South Broadwa had been extin guished by the Fire Department eteiday morning, the police made an Investigation and found that coal oil had been poured on a pile of papers which weie In the shed. Joseph Xrnue. an emploje of the American Car and Foundry Company dis covered the fire. Gold Medal At Fan-American Exposition Unlike Any Other! The full flavor, the deli tious quality, the absolute Parity of Lowney's Break fast Cocoa distinguish it from all others. Lowney's Coco Is the finest possible product of the choicest Cocoa Bean. lit Lvmiy Rtcafl J? Ml ion to mtt Ckocolalt JlimJrcns, Fudgt, Certttts,Icingi,rtzai horn. Sntjrtt kaWaHarat.(MaeySe.,ssta.atass. 'vAjz:c..fh i .,.,i. s ,t - j T - - NEW YORK MARKET APPEARS ARTIFICIAL Jniprownu'iil.s in Stocks Noted, but Are -Mixed With Contra dictory Developments. PUBLIC STILL HOLDS ALOOF. Display. Xo Desiie to Take Hold of Securities in Face of 1'etenl Kvents ami nenitancy of Professional Operatorh. itwL'iu.ic5Pt;cnu New- Voik, Aplil H Tl-e stotk inuiket of the week, like thote of intervals ic cenll prueding, piestnted a highly at tifici.il appearance. Some favorable dt- velopmthts and improving tendencies vverv noted, but, staUfyiug as tliese-wreie to the element committed to highei pi Ices, the tenor of news and the svvep of Venus wtie by no means uniform or euneluslv In fait. It was a week of toitiuitlctui devcliipmii-U. piesentlng some feiturts of an adveru natuie. which served to modlty and mlnim'ze.llie influttice of thu good and to contlim the opinion tliat llna-idal and indiisiilal I eadjustment la b no liitaus dellnitel comjjleted. Ir this f a t l not appietiuted In Wall strt et. It seems to be recognized in the husuus-s cominunl ty and affoiils the best explanation ob tsinable of tlie atUtude of the public"to vvaid the S'-ctirlty markets, It Is a fact so well known as. to lequira nothing more than mere reference, thul the public plaveil little, if anv, part m the l.eetaiular movements qr the wetk. 'r,',a.t.'.of 'Orse, Is not tonclui-ive of the publics altitude in the mtuie. vlther im medlule or remote If the meithunt and the manufacture! are not lulivlnced of tlie desirability of bujlng stocks at this level of prlies and at this lime, it is, not Im possible that they ma) do so in the fu tute and mij even pay more for tin m. MAXlPl.I,ATIOX lliat, apparentlv. Is the theorv upon vvlilth tho aggietlve manipiilatlve cam paign is now- worked. The persistent up bidding of one issue after anothei, the x hibitlon of one leader after anotlui In tlie spi dilative mii, the holding of the mail.tt stiong In the face of an adverse develop ment, are for the puipust of foitlng con viction, if po-slble. uio:i those who doubt and licltiuc- that the pn-sent Is the af eepted time to buy. It Is a plav upon pubhV credulltv and an appeal In- eupid Itv, lather th.iu atgumtmlb bur-ed ou lti tnnslo vvuith, by which the manipulative putt hopes of suecebs Tie sui-ei ssful outcome of such a caui talkii as that which vv .ill street has re cently witnessed depends entirely upon the public Jl Is as impossible, to cieate a. speculative market without a public, and bring tt to a successful Issue, as of old It uas to manufacture bricks without straw. If comment and criticism count for an thing In Wall street, the expert opei atuis who disbelieve In the genuineness of the present speculative movement, who hold that the time Is not piopltioui-, and who doubt the success of the outcome, are fuliv as numerous as those engaged in tlie market maneuveilng The hisls for their opposing opinions aie well known and iiit lune tile i-upicious attitude of the public towaul Wall tict. the ontliiuing eigns nt business leattion and un-atis-factorv i oiiditions, evidenced by the par tial tlosuie of the cot Hm mill.1, tile dlmlu-l-!ih:;; bank ilt.ir.iliu;. the lucreaiii: numbi r of commercial failures and the Mictts'-ive c-oilupst of little bunks everj w hei e. POI.1T1CAI. CAMPAIGNS. To these they add the uiicet Ui.'mki of tho harvests and the neaier appioach of the tine for national conventions and the picsnlential campaign. Willi w li tondi-tloiu- prevailing and witli such uncertain ties and distill bl'ig poini11t: In the fu tute, can one nasonablv 'iope foi eii thusl.im. retoiatlon of public tuti'ldente and sustained market advances'." Both in the matter of earnings and in the increased volume of busine-s in p!ght the repoit of the teel corporation b, ar Ustimony of the improving undltlons of the iron and sUs-1 Iiiduslrj. This l.s an important development, and If the ratio of increased earning should be continued little fault will be found with tho directors of the company for drawing upon their surplus to the mojrnite amount of 11.S57.13) to meet the quarterly dividend at the full rate on the p-vferred stin it. Railroad earnings have shown up some what bettter in recnt dn)s, particularlv lu the Southwest. Duiiug the pru-ent week the market 1 likely to eoneern it self somewlnt with crop conditions due to the publication to-day of the Government crop estimation, giving conditions, on win ter wheat. Conditions this vcar will com pare with almost ideal oonditioni- for win ter wheat one vear ago. Kocnnt repoits from the crop region have be:i contradic tor it vras admitted that the harvest starp-d out poorly. Since then there have been reported excellent rain. and these were followed by reports of freezing weather. The conditions last reported will not come within tho review of tho present leport. which states conditions as of April 1. PRINCE PU LUN WELCOMED BY HONOLULU OFFICIALS. Representative- of Chinese Govern ment at tlie World' Fair Cnlla 1'nnn Governor Carter. Honolulu. Aplil 10. Prince Pu Ltin, nephew of the Kmperor of China, who is on his way to the United State:- to repre sent the Chinese Government at the St. fKiuisi World's Fair, arrived here Co-day on the steamer Gaelic. Upon his ai rival here Prince Pu Iain was esvotted bv Federal and territorial troops and police to his hotel, where he was officially welcomed by Governor Car ter and a large crowd, mostly Chinese. I-str In the dav the Prince made an official call on Governor Carter. ,An elabo rate reception was held to-nlaht at tho Cbincre Consulate In honoi of the Prince. Prince Pu Tain will leave to-morrow Vor San Francisco FRENCH COMMIsMOMOK I.e. Ml. Mrnys Display of Ills Conntr-r Will Number T-iOO Kihlliltn. Michel laigrave. Commissioner General to tke World's Fair for France, arrived In Xew York .veslerdav on the steamer lat Lorraine. The Commissioner General stattil that, on his arrival hi St. Louis he vvouil Iske up Ills residence here In a bouse leased for the puipase. He will hnve a staff of twelve clerks besides the hends of departments. The French display will numbei, he savs. 7,500 exhibits and will bo the lrgcst ever made by that coi.ntry. The principal dlsplaj will he In line arts, but a splendid exhibit of motor curs and cf some fine machinery will he n.ad. He expieseed himself as well phased with the ptogress made in getting the French exhibits ready. GIRL WEIGHED 400 POUNDS. Mi'sb Hale's Death Unexplained by St. Joseph Physicians. REPUBLIC SPECtAL St- Joseph. Mo.. April 10. In the death of Miss Sadie Hale, which occurred this morning, the phjslclans have a, case which thev are unable to diagnose or explain. Miss Hale was 17 years old and weighed 400 pounds. She began growing abnormal ly two years ago, and the best medical tal inh hithe city was unable to stop it. It is believe she literally smothered to death by the closing- In of the Tat around tho heart, lungs and other vital organs. &.',,'i - s.v:: - ' '!,j.v?.ji',''-''ii-. ,A - You oan Use my Testimonial so that all who Suffer as I did may know that they can be Cured by using Elmo CAGTARINElIllI !T CURED HEART Rev. J. A. WOOD, Pastor of Christian Church, Manchester, Ind., writes! Elmo Chemical Co., Des Moines, low a. Gentlemen: Some weeks aijo I received the Cactarine Tablets I ordered from you. I have used them, perhaps about half of the box, and I find them veiy beneficial in my case. They control the heart's action so perfectly that now f hardly realise that I have a heart at all. I can cheerfully recommend their use to all who are afflicted as I was, with palpitation and smothering spells. You are at liberty to use this letter in any way you please, so that all sufferers in the world may know that there is a preparation that will cure them of their heart trouble. I regard Cactarine as a great medicine for its purpose, and I cheerfully give it my unqualified endorsement. Gratefully yours, REV. J. A. WOOD. The wonderful ieults Rev. Wood ohtauinlfro'ii LhuoCact.irine are duplicated in everv case. The universal opinion of people who hive ued Cactarine, as well as plijicians who have teMed and prescribed Elmo Cactarine, u,that it U a remarkable medicine, which produces phenomenal results in all cases of Stomach, Heart and Nerve Trouble.:. Xo matter how terioiibjour trouble may he, the fact that it hns citrjil thousands of other;, many who had given up all hopes of beinj; cured, prove ; the effciency of Elmo Cactarine. Buy a large box and tr) it. It is sold with a written guarantee. It the medicine doe not uenelit FREE Elmo Cactsrine not only cures all Diseases of the Heart, hut pro.es equally erfective in all Stomach and Xervous Disotders, o ich as Djspepsu, Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Nerv ous 1'io.slratioii, Weak, Irritable Nerves, Sick Nervous Hc-adachrs. It cures these afflic tions as well as Heart Disease. ELMO CACTARINE IS GUARANTEED READ THIS All druggists selling Klmo Cactarine are authorized by Ihe manufacturers to ljive a written Kusrantee to everyone parchain largo box of lOO closes, price $1.00, and to refund the money to everjone who U not benefited after using the medicine according to duections. It is for vou to decide. RABOTEAU & CO., CONDUCTOR SUFFERS FROM BEATING BY HIGHWAYMEN. Cornelius Itugnn of Vmidiilin Line Assaulted nad Robbed Vfler l.rnv- lusv a llrnnilivM Car. Corneliua T. Ragan of Xo r22i South Broudwa. a (or.diittor on tlie IVnn;1! vunin Line, who was held up Satunlty night b two unldentltlod imn, who dragged him Into an alley, wlieie tlioy lobb-'d him of a poeketbojk lotitaining 3'.-. a Hllvtr watch, ciiain and c-hiiim, valued at 170. a 'Jit case containing clotblrg v.i! ueu at iio. ami a i;oni riup- vaiueu at siv, l -till i offering from hi Injurie.s. Atler robbing Rigau tlie highvvavinen struck him over the head vvitb some blunt itiitiimieut Whn he revived his as-aii-kuis wre gone. Rugiin then went to hi home, ile dliL,uot leport tile lobbtrj to the polite until several hours later. When ltngnii alislmd from the car at Broadway and I-esperance street, two men wire standing ou the compr. lie walked in fiout of I hem .mil was surprised to hear them onler him to smj, Loul.irie; back, be faced two big r-v)lvei.- Ragan describes one of the hUhvvainen as being K veils old. a feet 7 liuhts tall, dtrk. and having a blaik muutiiehe and wearii.s a black sstk oat and bl ick Kloiicli int. lie ii- unable to give au de '(ilptlon of tlie other man. K.Jerieil Man I'lglils (Iffit-t-r. Attn- being ejected from a saloon at Seventh and Market stieets vesterdav Homing. John O'Neill. 6 jears old, a Ii boier, lefuaed to move fiom the tidonalk when ordeied to do so by Patiolmnn Mc cormick. O'Neill drew a knife and re sisted anest. It Is thargtd. After a strug gle the policeman seemed the weapon, but his trouble was not jet ended. At thu pu- The American Gentleman's , Whiskey Hemam 2j,viZfi-V?Zs.t--f'r ' - H1v. ME OF DISEASE jou, vur monev is retunued. TO ALL A 25c BOX OF ELMO CACTARINE SOLD UNDER A WITTKX GUAP.AXTKE 700 N. Broadway, and All KTHEFo eeley LIQUOR DRINKING, MORPHINE All Nirwrto Ores Ualna, Mtunttlitsia, Taaana and Cljarolts Atftictlons DR. J. E. BLAIM2. vns? lire 2801-3-5 Locust St.. St. HOUt TSCATHENT SOS trol bos O'Neill gi.ibhe.l the patrolman bv the tin oat. AfUr a hght. during v. ii'th l.e sustained "everal -(alp wounds. O'Neill was subiltii d. He is thaigid Willi re-d-t-lng an otlicer and wRh refusing to vacate WOUND A FELLOW-CONVICT. iiitnjii DuntJiu ritab.s Ohio I't-n itt'iitiary I,risonr. toluinbus. O. April 1 In revenue f-r an allegcu betruval. Geotge Duntjli. u iriaoncr, to-da stabbed and probably fa tallj wounded "Iturfilar Jim" Anderron. another Vrisoncr. at the Oh'o Peniten tiary. jVndersou was scaled at a titble In the luger illiilnir hall, when Duncjn sudden lv Mir.ing upon him fiom Ix hlml and in Ilitted siv wounds with a shoemaker's l.tute 'lhe blade of the knife penetrated Ann rsou's ll.r.g. making a d.umnou V.tl'IIltl Anderson and Duncan fetaped together from the Pinitentiur some time ago anil were rectntlv captured, after a desjietat light, at Chlllirothe, O On being rctuinid to the l'enlteritlai. Amteisou uccuaed u foraiei gu.LTd of havln? aided In their tsvape. Since th it time Duncan has e.-pre-ed extreme animosit towaul Andei jan stittilied Horse Willi Slienrs. 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PhvaicliinaiilManiliic Loo. s Ifll 'hint. 6;aact (is ure TOBACCO AND N;UASTMNI A A CURE That CURES All Stomach Troubles To Stay CURED. A remedv wbiih is purelv vegetible and contain- no bromidt moipliine. opium ur ylivchnlnc and differs laditallv fiom tin se I,iiiid stimulants which contain whitk or wine oomblneil with haimful or habit-piodutiug druxs- S ild unil r guarantee by till drusists or 'irrct foi .'K. Sample tuatmeiit and book let on stomatli ill-ease. ont flee. Address Eopeptli CHem'c.1 C9 409 Wiloot St, St. Hols, Mi. left lunrf Halm was arre-aed e"trdav and a warrant asaiuM him will be applied for 'ihe liore. which is valued at J175, irobably will die. Independent Uncial t lull Orsaulxeil Th" Independent Poisl Club wa or gvui.'sl icstcrday at the h-adquartcrs. No. i7')l Chouteau avenue. Tlie following were elected olticer-. Jroob R. Pollot. irthident. G'-orse Collins, vice president: jvitl.ur Sluhlman. i-ecretarj ; John Appels. tiea-iuer: Ian Kueeth. ergeant-at-arms. The club will entertain on April 23. i--- S.-&r-t.Jix', AUCTIONEERS. rSstVTsVVVasasss'sSrfAsaw k, k. SELKIRK & GO., AUCTION AND STORAGE. Regular . ?erv t.iurUay at nreioj nd seoeral oT.c. if08-Xd-.r Ctiouteau avmsuta. Sals In rsMpncsi a prciiUy. Thor K'olaaa C 1CT. WESTERN SALVAGE WRECKING AGENCY 2003 and 1007 Wast trie, inn atfnur, handlers tt Fir an J Uarln Salvax Watt h for apactaJ notices. SIMUX ' 1S. Maiii-ser. AMUSEMENTS. OLYMPIC J'vrtnv: rhitlf Pniliti Hit Prnt" MAUDE AOAWS In Mr-lln.l;--ii Itarr.ett'r )'!.ie. "The Pretty Sister of Jose." Siih ui Bolts on Sale Tburs- Prlcti: 50c, 75c, SI, S1.5Q ivjlimn.- Jlcnila' Next, for t rvlsl ts an I sj,(ll!ijv Mstln-e, II VltM'.. KI.fiHMAN Will Pretcnt ANNIE RUSSELL - IX inn: ami ni;." BASEBALL TO-DAY iikki' i.i:iai: park. Browns - Cardinals ANTE-SEASON SERIES ;vmi: ii.i.ku 'i r.iis O'CLOLK. Umpires SVrMau and O'Dir. Hox sents msj be r-s-rvel by tsiephon I.ln II IS'T. COLUm Bl A l.nllMM. U(lnll. 1:Mts I1.5 aTBt -DftlLY- sll This V ll'-no KaiiuU. X. LlaviK, aril- . tt. vt-lo: Trio. Illalr Mi u!ti an-1 Nxt uruLu iar.,'il ti Mannlnc. Mr a. i-l Mrs WolruJS. vir .iii.l Mrs. J. Ilari. Ilany .v, Jtiinson. 3III-. i-snr'. ko-.iii- A. Chaplain, rhjs. Vlaverund !' rn- Mi.oon..mr. ire- 5. -y'c. all llichstra ilialr- riervfd. CENTURY wumiii; mt, 25c ioSi.08. IHE Film's OJBT7O33'I.A.JJ'0 Will. KVRNAP.Kn and If VCTONAI-D. m T.illu Mon 1 Tue. ind Thurs. nlehts ard VVel 3I.it l)clCoven t- S-nilir Orera Comique. Kuhtu llaiud. VAV.L. Til anlrf.lt nights and fat Mat.. IlTUrt nllths Tlie Serenade. npsulJr iririfc 2Trf- to 111) N'xt HunJav lw Dotkstiuler s Minstrels. HAVLIN'S TA TtiMUrwhri you tn lit Bttt ibawt lor Lut! Moacr. Matinees Tutsdj. Thurs.lliv. Saturday. 25C Mat. "EART OF mjHtrrljlt ToMwowll MARYLAND 1 15. 25.3S.B0c Sun lav Matinee Nest "Over Niagara rHs " CRAWFORD THEATER, w Mr OefvK TlANK preents a Crand Doubla Bill Two 1'lavs fir One Adintf'lin THE GOLDEN PAST no EAST LYNNE lainle Tudne Mamps FHEE Tus Tiers anl Ml. Matlnies Nest Altlacllnr TWO OIII'UANS. Wea, GRAND . o-JstrxGrjscx? Slala. IVe.l. nnd Sat. JAMES K. IN THE HACKETT prince. Nasi Ptmdav Mat Murrsv and Mack In "A .V'llllir ON JIKOl)VVAV." IMPtERI A L lie. 2Sc. JSC Me. 25c Mat. To-Day, ERNEST LAMSON In his new pastjral play. Young Tobe Hoxie. Jut Sn I st.' Bnirtta at ts.llttt" STANDIRD Tlie Home qf Fotlyj Tssn Frolli Daily. BON-TON BURLESQUERS. TIIK BIIJIJKST SHOW IV TOWS. Next Attraction AI. PJEVErT CO. ZOO 3300 Ollvi-Mw Upin Wammoth WltltttCtHeaM AD1HSSIOM0 CEN1S. "The Bargain v Hunters" Forty dollars givru avtay. Look out for the Bargain AdTertis raeut or Penny it tScntlrs in The Keptiljlio neit Wodiieajtlnj- morn Injr. HOTELS. MUDLAVIA This great resort open the year round. oapWn rest, hsaltb and pleaaare for your varatlra. Only a few-hours ride from St. toals. near Attica. Ind. .on Wabash Railroad- Nature's frreatMsl cure for Rheumatism. Gout. Kidney. Skin. BuvMrr. Stomach and nsnroose diseases. For IxaatlfalW tllastratemarta-tneand all Information, adirrjaa H. L. Kramer. Oea. Maraarar Kramsr. Tnd. 471. Do You Ever stop to tontidtrtb present etliaeacy ot tb TELEGRAPH SERVICE tnmnmnd with whmt H ? vara heiotttht "POSTAL" am eatertd tttr field? W WllJJ.VJI T. UUMEb. H.J OlBKMEiraV Prsaldsnt. aaetcUir. ESTABLISH FD IN M. MISSOURI STATE MUTCAL FIRE AJtU M4RIS1B I.SJ8CRAXCC COMPANY. OISc. Ito. ili Chestnut St., St. Loula. ltsv T-L 1Mb Main ;;:iA. Ttl. Klsluco A ICO. Policies are written aa citntr stock er ramus! plan. Henry C. Ilaarstick. S. B C Licaa. at. B. Orlbweln. D. D WalUfr. Wro. r. Uotaes. Jas. VY. Bill. E. C flows. 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