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THE ST. LOTJIS REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. M&Y 8. 1904.
ir I-- ;J i "&. s. p St ?! s 51 a s Cleanliness and Health Health Fcilaws Glsaallness if You Usi C-N. When e. floor Is mopped or scrubbed with soap and water there is always a deposit of soap and dirt, -which cakes in the cracks, no matter how careful the ringing. Tills is the very nicest place you can think of for germs and insects to grow and multiply. In fact, it's an ideal home Cor them. Always see that there's some C-N in the mopping, scrubbing and cleaning water. It is even mere important than soap. The soap cleans, but C-N disinfects. The yttle-collection of oap and sediment in the cracks is harmless If there Is C-N in the water, because where C-N is no terms nor Insects can exist. This C-N Is specially prepared for house hold use. and you will have no difficulty In getting it of any dealer. If you once use It for cleaning you will order it there after as regularly as you do soap. It's :uch a help and such a safeguard. t WILL GIVE $1,000 If I Fail to Cure Any Cancer er Tumor I trial before It poi sons deep elands. KO KNIFE OR PAUL No pay until cured. No X-Ray or ether swindle. APaoltle Island plant mikes the cures. Abso lute guarantee. UP-paee book ol , testimonials sent tree. AHY LUJdPIH WOMAN'S BREASTIS CAHGER DR. AXD JIRS. DB. CHAM LEV CO., Offlw201 xnafcsj jf. Twelfth .. St. Louis. Mo. BEAUTIFUL TRANSPARENCIES TO DECORATE DISPLAY OF ST. LOUIS SCHOOLS AT THE FAIR SerieStfw.tetwnelStlJe0rk f MiSS Milrie r' G"chc, Art Instructor of .Central High pi7 ""u":u'"' wvimuiv resign in urown Tones, Executed by Miss Ehoda Chase. mmm mm REFRGEK?ATORS i 5 I i. A FEW DAYS WORE And the Special Offer Made by the Cf rmnn-Amerlccn Doctor, of Free Consultation, X-Itaj- Examina tion, Advice nml Treatment At Their Oillcen I'ntll Cured, "Will Clone. So do not make the mistake that others nave made -and , put off for to-morrow what you should do to-day. Please -un derstand, thej- furnish Free Vibratory Treatment. KVpa t.i.tr. Tpttn.nt tmA " 5IfUcatod and Vitalized Treatment. Free Oommlnuter Treatment. Free Consulta tion. Free Examinstlon-in fact, every thing free (medicines excepted) to all suf ferers from Chronic Diseases applying at fnelr offices for -a short time only. This is by no means a. charity offer, but made temporarily for the purpose of demon- straOng superior qualifications and intro- duclng a New Method Treatment to In telligent, thinking people. Read the fol- H -.!Sn5 le.ttef" which explain themselves: - "-Dwight. 111.. April 3. 1903Mr. I M. Susin8 -Adrian, Mo.: Dear Bir You ask - SP0' tJe German-American Doctors. Yes. ...b .wuuhjum, ia correct jn every way. I - rfd !2T Ver two yeara 'Hh a serious -. nervous trouble, and am now enjoying the E. health, and have them to thank ir lor .the same. You inquire If I know of wono xnat tne doctors failed to cure. T rfn Tin? 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Bj THIS Is exactly like cut made of hardwood throusbout packed with mineral wool and all interior exposed parts are sheathed with best galvanized iron, it weighs 155 pounds and has an iee ca pacity of 00 pounds. It is easily cleaned, as the Rides, shelves and waste pipes arc all remov able. Worth $18. Special at m m m m m AA.A.A..A.A.A.A.A..A.AAA ... . . - - -- rr . . EducaUonal Ideal of tie early cathedra 1 school Is shown In this picture. The monk is teaching a class of boys. "" SSSnVv fngsn-Anierlcan Doctors, will Sf&yfj11 " addresses of an many who fSS? "".r to yourself aiS care S SSfS t2'-Y'iy P1? exorbitant prices to otter physicians when. the best to be - SSSLHtrTS K Ule asking? ,e Ge 5SdeV?Slr,?.D?5Sr8 are 'ncorporated ?iIS5UHiiaW!,.ot JPourJ and have the Z (JSfi JS.iest?T11VPe Institute in the -?HiiL"ana,the 4 nian who fails to In- - inT.SS; t. ra 5" eyes w n" own best &?r..,IfT0U 1 Catarrh. Bronchitis. Ieurabjia. Dyspepsia. Insomnia ordli- - ori?8 Hear Enh. Liver. Spleen rtceinfl'ftJSSSSS11, Consultatlon7Ad- 25e.an?..Tritnient are free for thn nv. a in it in nil nn i : - -- tnr olr-.7"i' i"mP"r. tors also cure Cancer. The doc- ies&fii&3?&z&& home treatment cures. Address The Ger IsmS!"3"1 I0Ct0rs' OUre St.. St. SERESS TOLD' THE TRUTH. Woman .Warned of .Bobbery Lost Her Diamonds. HEPDBLTC SPECIAL! THW nSWlCk' N' J" JIay - . Louise Swlnson. who formerly kept a boarding-house In New Brunswick and who save it up to move to BalUmore, re- " I? V16 to attend to r"ne real es- tate business. Before leaving Baltimore ":r,. V,o0?saUed a fortune teller, who i,d- lsed her to bo very careful, as she was to be robbed. ;. ?? J"1 aJl of h Jewelry In a hand- j satchel and never lost sight of It until she reached the home of Mrs. Neil, at the corner of Neilson and Aihamr ..ot. ; where she .was to stay, she left the For those 'who believe that photographs are not susceptible of an artistic treat ment there is due a pleasant surprise in tne beautiful photograph transparencies that will decorate the facade that forms the Ir-clcsure and entrance to the display of the St. Louis public schools in the Ex posiUon Palace or Education. It will take a second and scrutinizing observation of the sixteen beautiful panels which form the lay-out to convince the visitor that the pictures are not really paintings but photographs which have had a color treatment. The series Is the piece de resistance of the pictorial display of the St. LoM schools In the Education Palice. and bolfj ... .;.. uiunyuuii u.uu execution the pic- Qaresche. art instructor of the CeuUal High School. v.17 f t"d" In the famous art museums of the old world on' the occasion of several tours abroad she Is well qualilicd to know the proper artlsUc treatment of th gToups added to which a knowledge of the history or the ages pointed out to her ila.tiWould'mae Uie most ettecuve com sired groups that were de- While Miss Garesche disavows any ex act chronology in the series or clotures, the general purpose of which was to Illus trate the progress of education through iVrliff?'. tnc.ro Is, an admirable sequence in the lists of subjecu which brings etrtk- '"& SI2f. S..?S?iSr.tt tev i't the ...kj u.Aua iu me xuemous ot tuuea- DEVELOPMEXT SHOWN. In the preparation of the pictures there were several distinct stages. The first and most difficult was the planning of the make-up of the groups. The second, the ?hSP.hJ22slnKJlnd setung of these groups, the third and fourth, respectively the ffi"3' Photograph!ng and the. painting of L?SfaTKeU Photographs on the laVge !eUahownasa Paes. on which they wll tafk of kCf.ifmai,c.ur eort made the oS! taking the pictures an easy one. ;--ii .; "r"1 wiui me correct his tcncal eettlng and background. This lat lof" the Kreatest work, as the htnJ VK "nturies must be explored hastily. Crst fn- th iAU -.i .ki.., 1-"" ":. "i"'- "" oi E&ESJSJSF" ys pract,c-1 SS f teaHSEsaw.i sa- cnor -mi" ". r:rr vvw -"k r-: ."" wi ttiiuuier noius eatchei In her room for a short tlme r. 45"!. to the general text of iZfiZElBS MS found that three rings were turning s u "eAl ,or lne cect cos- JnlSSlnC TIPV tim wn-. ja -3?1? poUce have no clew, but Mrs. Swiu ' son intends to consult the fortune tpfw GREAT TOE COST HIM A LEG. Limb Has to Be Amputated to " Save Sufferer Life. REPCBIJC SPECIAI Newport. H. I.. May 7.-Richard C. Derby, a well-known real estate and club man, after a long lllnesst submitted to the I, j amputation er his left leg. Just above the mmu Burgeons expect he will recover. Gangrene In the great toe. resulUng from a reduced condition of health from which Mr.lerby has long suffered, rendered the amputation necessary. Mr. Derby was formerly a naval officer, out resigned from the service about twenty- years ago. He and Mrs. Derby. wno are prominent members otthe winter wiuu- oi cottagers, resiae with John A. Griswold. to whom Mrs. Derby Is related. Toole Insr Fll Only Slightly Hurt. REPUBLIC, SPECIAI Reading. Pa., May 7. While Mrs. E. T. Hose, SO'years old. ,was cleaning the third story -windows at her home, she was seized -with 'dizziness and fell to the pave ment. 35 feet ;below. She escaped with minor cuts and bruises. Miss Garesche raked the historical collec oo0 P.uJ?Uc "rary with a toe ohfii?.101 the proper material. Once SSSHSSi." .was necessary to obtain the SPsa.a,tm,isPhere or the picture she fi.. ect.?" U was not an easy matter to obtain the correct costumes and nearly alLor..,hera had to be made after desliros submitted by her. Then again the back grcrncB were not always readily available i IT inmaina a xnowieage ot tne lnter lorp of the homes of St. Ijjuis to know where the desired background could bo had. She possessed this, knowledge, and the homes were open to her. But in several cases the furniture re quired in the picture was available no where in SU Louis. In such cases it had to be made for the picture, and this was done by the Board or EtiucaUon. No pains or research were spared to make the picture not only a work of art, but historically correct. After all the desiderata for an artistic an!L.icrreci Pfcture had been obtained the question of the most effective posing had . he n-,idered. as well as the matter of obtaining the subjects for the . . me nrsv was only de IZTJ? i?i? .HP0" .afte" ! Carescbe had ".i?? lhe. HCVJTe wh,ch e wanteo. rot once, tint nftn nv-i iA t-ti Unr fe,V"y?.Sf. f t'teen .Picture, pupils -. - h"i oiujuuia ugurea. every one or them required some adult figure. TROUBLE WITH MODELS. These were recruited from widely vary ing social ranks, from a society dame to an ancient Inmate of the Poorhouse. In one instance the printed books of the li brary failed to. give the desired Informa tion en a costume that was to figure In ?.nJSf ,the P"""'-- and It was Snly ot iJiSif"?? a Photograph that had been HoiV itheTWaVKfrom.PaIeaUne In the S2,r nd- J? the slxteen panels there are ili figures In costume. Of these elghty nve costumes were made outright, or in part, all under-Mlss Garesche's dSctton" fr0n.rerte?'mB the exquisitely wloVS transparencies In the facade of th st The educational 1tV.il nf tha otIt- i-Hh. .i .Aft.i i . . ,--j .r-1-. omiwus is uiown Dy ine pictured erpup of a Monk in the habit of his order before a class of boys, also in clerical garb, teaching them music which could not be anything else than that of the school of Gregory. A, companion 'panel Illustrates the illumlnatien-tof manuscript by Monks and pupils. The group Illustrating the ed ucation or the age of Charlemagne takes for Its subject a pretty Incident In history. The great GaUlc Emperor is represented as' standing in his royal robea at tha foot or tne stairs In his palace. Beside him stands a grim and austere tutor whilo nn ope side stand a cluster or boys, their clothes plain and shabby, but with faces wreathed in smile nn th Mhni innih.. I .-. - ...-' .T r- -": ...... I t'u"i' ot curiea aarnngs in rich raiment I hanging their heads downcast fn ehomA while their royal master lectures them be cause they had been backward In their studies while their less fortunate class mates had Improved their time. INTERESTING SUBJECTS. A later period, that ot the "Age of Min strelsy." Is portrayed in the ncene that depicts a group consisting of a lady of the Fourteenth Century seated beside her lord. at.y5unK raan and woman near-by and a child seated on the rush strewn floor with a lute In its hands. The central figure of tne picture is an aged minstrel who holds a harp while he twangs melody from its vibrant strings. The varied emotions evoked by the music ii .C L. ""i J.uuns CTan anu tne maiden to thoughts ot love, the older couple to tender r?mtnlinn nf tAt- ... ..,-. days and the child to an emulative effort to catch the strain, are excellently brought out In the posing and expressions of the members of the group. "The Rise of Universities" is shown by a gToup of students or mediaeval days who sit around In the straw. whUe a doctor or laws seated In the rostrum 'guides them in the lessons ot the code. Another striking scene, possessing much historical atmos phere, is that which shows theprocesslon f.LSfSff'S? fJiSiS ..?' Christ .......... .,v...Uui, luuiutu u- t-uwaru VI, as .iv ."u."f ucscena me hroad stairs ot the Lord Mayor's mansion to claim from him the annual benlson of a bun and That Invention which lent to education b.caiwL ilUUClu 13 UlUKRlim fn a group which portrays Guttenberg and Jaust bending over the first printing form, eagerly glancing at the proof or the first printed book-, while two 'prentice boys gaze in awe at the wonderful work of the press. A rather satirical note is struck In the .llustratlon or a "Fashionable Girls' Srhool of a Century Ago," which shows a young lady practicing a dance step, while me juuiih uancing master, uuaie under bl chin. Instructs her In this invaluable E. Bentley. iv,v nt-;.i"r c: -:" ."lik", " - -...j uu ncr tup, looaing on en victsly at the dancing girl. A prim wom an principal Is the argus who watches lest there be flirting between her maiden chtrges and the master. COLONIAIj EDUCATION. The next step In educational evolution is illustrated by a picture showing "A Colonial Dame's School." An ancient gen- Jfe0. J beside a Colonial flre SS J? teaching a group ot young chll "T PO'nter tracing a letter or the alphabet on the sanded floor, which was boa """' maKesoift ror a black- '!An.0I(hifash,0ned Boys' School of Sev Sniy;Cv,JYear? " shows a crusty. bffi1? pela50S?e TUh a bundle of birches In one hand and an oren spelUng book In i cthf u.-hii t,-. i V- "1 i2B "nsdous'that a birching Is lmlni-ncnt- Before the teacher a row of forms 3r,enfr hmd whlch a Kroup of studems' su. in the corner stands a recreant holar. wearing the dunce cap Sr lgno- iSrJnPSp'S Frol book in hand, with ?,?? Sf ""en-haired youngsters; clus- Jii .at S8 ta,eSs and P'aj'iK at his feet, tells the atorv et ihn m.th.. ..1 fnSi5 leaSher- The last picture ifjne VI i!r, modern, showing groups of boys and girls engaged In manual training and domestic science studies. The original photographs were taken with an SxlO-lnch camera, afwr wnlch they were enlarged on plates, which be low and above the picture proper are of ground glass. The enlargements are on two sizes of plates, one 3x41 Inches and the other 18Hx Inches. The enlargements were made by Henry Stark. All or the color work on the plates Is the work or Miss Garesche. Abotrs the r.lc- ture on each transparency an appropri ate design In brown tones'is made. U.ls work being done by Miss Rhoda Chase. The facade In which they will be set has a frontage of 1U feet. The colors ot the Pictures are brousht out by means or elec tric lights, disposed above and below the pictures In a way to distribute a strong but soft light evenly over every part of .,10 pt-iuic juti:n picture nas a text In o d English characters below It on the glass. One gazing on the pictures finds It dlffl cultto realize that they are presentments or Twentieth-Century persons In a simu lated background or ages past, so true are the posing, costuming, colors-and settings or the pictures. In the actual work of taking the photographs Miss Garesche makes grateful acknowledgment of the aid. extended by her fellow-teachers. Misses Sue Beeson. Louise L. Brown, Beele Brislln, Carrie Gebhard and Hattle t nupsfsai REFRIGERATOR life! rIH i-wT ,, ! Wmm SII.75: ! HiKi 111 , : m Mffg zslsSSs ' UUME " ' ""' S : 'HMesHIHIliI : m IBV II' rt1gBfJ II $ i I fm I ! i UlkfeS IS ; 5 mUMrxrBSSSiiSm&i U I S BlwxS2K 1 MmWUaZHmSmmlmjjmJttZ Other Herrigeratow- tt :; IHfWl W "ome as A m mi mm W I iii -. . itw S4.IOMI TWO TEXAS STATUES EN ROUTE TO WASHINGTON. Arrangements Sow Slaklns; for l!n- veillnir of Flgarra of Honalon and Austin In Statoary Hall. dlo abroad and has executed wr.nl ni,. ble works. The State Of Texas commlsJ icnea ner 10 execute tne statues of the group at the Capitol. The Texsji f.ntiie nmtM, -lit placed on each side of the statues of Web- aier ana atarx or new Hampshire, which now stand on each side of the northern entrance to Statuary Hall. The details of the'unveillng ceremonies have not been announced. QUICK MARRIAGE SAVED FORTUNE. Romance of American and Filipi no Maiden Who Wedded in Haste. MAN HAD SUFFERED REVERSES & Broad 5-i ' a giance a more compre :raphie Impression of th It 72 and 79 Yurs tf Igt. Relieved Immediately 'and Cured Quickly with Drake's Palmetto Win. Mr. Geo. IV. Felton. 71 years ot ace. Akron. erectly troubled with Cbronlo Constipation, and I .V1 Pablic schools in the Palace of Edu- seszly Three bottles ot Drake's Palmetto Wine with Ttsult th I hare no trouble from Consti pation, and bellere a cure Is assured. Drake's Palmetto Wine has done for tee what all other remedies failed to do. . N. . Knight, 7 years ot ye. M "Pierce Sv, IKen Bedford. Mass., writes: I had La Grippe, which left taewlth.serere Catarrh ot Mueoas Membrane all through my body, a very hard couch moraines, enlargement and f nflftmmatinn of Prostate Glind, bloody urine, and my suffer-J uiSB wp uitease. j. azn gr"y urmae rzi Bstto Wins; bare nted leu than two bottles so faracd am raining la every way. I did not hope toerer feel so well asldo cow and hare great esase to. rejoice that I round sach a wonderful MedloiEe as Drake's Palmetto Wine. A(test-bottle will -be sect prepaid free of ehaqre to any reader ef this paper.wbo write for it toDrake Formula Oompany. Drake Balldlng. Q)l(o. I1L . A . bottle "fwn -. rsr.saie oy naootean it Co., 709 North way. cation has at oensive and rran stages In the educaUon of youth through ninYi'-i1. Lan we Pn PRe can ordl- .ne1 ?S P.Ictu has for it subject emletvlllzed Uf v,iv. ;,J i crSur&'howinga old men. warrio'rs. zn.Jo'SSftoSwK ?S2 TSuthf; e5Red In thel? Industries and pursuits, 1n weaving of blankets sphining or cloths, painting; ahooUnlr and other primlUve occupations. Egypt." . the second transparency shows a group of the pyramid times, with young Pharaoh In hlsgal robesTablack junueb near by bearing aloft the peacock fan. while a priest of Isls decipherVa rod or hieroglyphics. - The Grecian period Is Illustrated by a E!25p.JLro,lths ' cslc garb paying 5l1.thti.ve,v:r5S.10 Socrates as fcedSl cfanesto.thaa. The.BooMLa aaxtlal an- Cablegram From Home Told'Him Bequest of $70,000 Was ffis if He Married That Daj IlEPUBIJC SPECIAL. Baltimore. Md., May 7. From Manila to a BalUmore paper comes a remarkable story ot a fortune won by a hasty mar- nage. Teeming- with human Interest is the ro mance which culminated recently In a marriage at a barrio that nestles at the head of a large gulf that Indents a Provr. Ince of Southern Luzon almost under the shadow of old Volcano Mayon. For nearly three years this love affair was the matter of speculation among the 'Four Hundred" of the Filipino popula tion throughout the Province, as well as. among American residents. A. Filipino maiden, through 'whose veins courses, pure Becol, blood, the boast of the' larouy ior generations, had enslaved the heart of probably the leading; American of record, family In the United States and re puted wealth had won for him high dis tinction at the hands ot the civil govern ment. In spite of an ardent courtship the American friends or the gentleman never heard him speak or marrying the Filipino maiden, and when the ceremony was per formed it was. so sudden that they were overcome with astonishment. For several weeks before the marriage tne American had met with financial re verses, in the United States. Cablegram after cablegram retched him from his at torneys In the homeland announcing one loss after another owing to crashes In the stock market In which he was interested. . First came the crash In the Shipbuilding Trust, then the apparent failure of the Ncrthern Pacific merger: Iron and steel fell heavily, and Ihen followed the corner in cotton. All of these fluctuations, to which was added tho dropotng of other stocks In which he had Invested his money, brought him face to face with ruin. The distressed man would carry cablegrams from his attorneys in his pockets for days without opening them, knowing that they brought notification of some additional re verso. When these misfortunes had about ruined h'.ra. and he was penniless, he re membered that there was an estate of about 170,000 in the homeland ot which he was heir. Before this the man had hard ly given the matter consideration It was such a trifle. The estate had been left to him by some ancestor. One important fact came to him vividly n clause In the will provlded'that the estate should nrm to other persons unless the heir married before a certain age- The gentleman was quick to act. He figurra that. In the face of his recent re verses. It was his duty to save the smaller fortune If It was not too late. He cabled to his attorneys at home and asked them at, what age he would have to marry to save the estate. He waited anx iously for a reply, and when the reply came he-found that the time would he up at 11 o'clock that very night- He tad only a few hours In which to save the fortune by marriage. With anxious heart he hurried to his Filipino sweetheart' and breathlessly told iic story oi me oug-iorgonen iorrune. She came to his rescue; and .Just in hoar before mldnlaht the nuntlal knot wn tint ( ojr-t.ic pari&n tjnesu in The Republic Bureao. Hth St.-and PrniuTlvanl Ave. Washington. May 6. Arrangements are l being made at the Capitol for placing In position In Statuary Hall the two marble figures which are en route to this city as the contribution of the State of Texas to the gallery or eminent Americans. The statues are ot General Sam Hous ton and General Stephen F. Austin, the two favorite sons of the Lone Star Com monwealth. The statues arrived In New York two days ago from Italy, where they were chiseled by Miss Elizabeth Xey. Miss Ney is now in Baltimore, having arrived Thursday from Bremen, and Is ex pected In Washington to-morrow morn- lls' ,SIIss Key li a well-known sculptor. She is a niece or Marshal Xey, the cele brated French military hero. She came to this country some years ago and took up her residence, first In Georgia, later moving to Texas where, at Austin, she I maintains a studio. She also has a stu- TO SWIM ENGLISH CHANNEL "'nero of Niagara" Says He Will ' Accomplish the Feat. REPUBLIC SPECTAL. Buffalo. May 7. Carlisle D. Graham, who earned for himself the sobriquet ot "Hero' or the Niagara" by his frequent trips through the whirlpool rapids In a barrel. Is going abroad and will make an at tempt to swim the English Channel. Many expert swimmers have attempted to swim the English Channel, but have tailed. Graham Is getting well along In years, but he Is a man ot courage, and It would not surprls-s his friends here at all If he not only attempted the feat but suc ceeded In accomplishing It. His swim through the raplils from the whirlpool to Lewlston stamped Graham as one of the most courageous and expert swimmers of his day. WOMAN ARRESTS DRUNKARD. She Subdues Annoying Restau rant Patron With Soup Ladle. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Cleveland, O., May 7.-Julla Barnett is young and she Is fearless. She captured, slnglehanded a man twice as big as her self. He was drunk and disorderly. Mrs. Bamett's husband runs a restau rant at No. 41 Bolivar street. Bamett wae out. and his wife had charge. A man came in and ate a lunch. Seeing no ons but a woman about, he thought he could do as be pleased. He refused to pay. - Mrs. Barnett whirled the soup ladle In large semicircles. Each time It descended on the disorderly man's head. A blow oyer the eye stretched him on the floor. He Jumped up and tried to run out. Ha was quickly collared. u a at Day. Won lirlde In RKTL'BLIC SPECIAL Chicago, May 7. "Mother, I'm going to be married." calmly announced Miss) Grace Leslie Price. 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