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14 THE ST. LOUIS KEPUBLIC: FKIDAY.'MAY 13. 1904. EXHIBITS COMPLETED IN LARGE PALACES NEBRASKA TO MEET WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY DEBATERS TO-NIGHT. "The World's Grandest ftwtlry Establishment." "Lozvest-Priced House in Americaor Fine Goods." 1 J PERFECT BOYS' CLOTHES. A kind of Hoys' Clothes which are a revelation in artistic clothescraft; vastly superior to the mediocrity of productions usual at most stores. We make the broad claim of superiority over any boys' clothes heretofore shown in SL Louis. We announce this truth for your acquaintance. Tub Suit Fancy weave Oxfords, Rus sian Blouse style, linen em broidered sailor collar and white pique belt 7.50 and ( World's Fair Officials Make For mal Announcement After Tour of Inspection. MARVELOUS RESULTS SHOWN. !BBiB"EiIi5 siSEBlWPsE' BH''g9BflBHFiisflPP w Double-Breasted Sailor Suits of black and white linen crash, pearl buttons and plaited sleeves, also in blue and white and gray and white $7.50 and ?5. Double-Breasted Reefer Coats of white duck, large pearl buttons, Parsifal blue sailor collar, emblem on sleeve $o. Linens, Oxfords and Fancy Weave Tub Suits, at 7.50 down to 1. U EDUCATORS VISIT SCHOOLS. Philadelphia Teachers Admire St Louis Portable Buildings. John Palmer Garbcr, Assistant Superin tendent of the Philadelphia Public Schoola, was In St. Louis yesterday and spent tho day with Assistant Superintendent Col lins In visiting the schools. The morning was occupied In an exam ination of the Jefferson and Shields school?, where the problem of handling the Immigrant pupils as explained. In the afternoon the Washington and Eugene Keld schools were visited, and the portable building plan was explained. This Is essentially a St. Louis invention, and Su perintendent Garbcr was much interested in It. William H. Odenatt of the Philadelphia Manual Training School was also in town and spent the day In visiting the manual training classes at Washington Univer sity and tho McKinley High School. NEW ST. LUKE'S TO OPEN. First Eeligious Service Will Be field Sunday Afternoon. The directors of St. Luke's Hospital have announced that tho opening religious ser vice In the new hospital building at Delmar boulevard and Belt avenue will be held Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The Right Reverend IX S. Tuttle will conduct the service At the close of the service, and at th etna fir.. nn .1.a .- v1 1 ..... . c 0 the hospital building and the Xurses Homo will bo open for inspection. A com mittee of the Board of Directors will be firesent on each occasion to welcome vis tors. Repairing: of Fine 'Watches And Jewelry a specialty. F. W. Drostcn, Seventh and Pine. DELEGATE McGUIRE SICK. Confined to Bed at the Beginning of His Campaign. GLthrie. Ok.. May li Delegate B. S. McGulre is confined to his bed at his hotel hero with tonsllitls, and Is under the care of a physician. Ho camo hero last night to begin the preliminary work of his con gressional campaign. Drs. Thornton & Minor. ZX3 Olive st, St. Louis. Mo., treat piles and accept no money till cured. Read their full page ad in next Sunday's Republic. President Harrison's Muter Dead. CincInnaU, May 12. Mrs. Elizabeth Har rison Eaton, a sister of President Ben jamin Harrison, died to-day at North Bend, a suburb of Cincinnati. She is a granddaughter of President William Henry Harrison, -who vms a pioneer In this part of Ohio. Herriclc Orders Conrt-Martlal. Columbus. O.. May 12. Governor Hcr rick has -ordered a court-martial in con nection with th recent riots at Spring Held, at which tlmi the negro Dickson was lynched. No information has been given out regarding the persons to be summoned before the couit-m.irtlnL PILES, FISSURE, ITCHING, FISTULA, BLEEDING, RECTAL, ULCER, ETC. PILES Cortd without surgical operation. Cures cuxr smteed. AH protruding stepped in one or two treatments. Tto not continue to tuner when you can be cured without an ope rati an. Con sultation free. Call or write. Inclcslnc 2c stamp for 36-pase booklet on Rectal Diseases. DR. 31. Sfc-Y S31ITII- Specialist, KOO Olhe Street. St. LrOals. Office hours 9 a. re to 5 p. no. iwndayt. 9 to 10.30 a. m. R UPTUR E 2&Guredi W. A. LEWIN, M. D., 604 Washington Ave. NOTARY PUBLIC. JOSEPH F. FARISH, ST. LOL'IS nEPl'BLIC DUILDISG. Tell. Dell Main 3805. Kinloch A OT3. 1 "THE BARGAIN HUNTERS" $90.00 Given MTrxr next t eek. Watch for th. BARGAIN ADS IN THE WEDNESDAY REPUBLIC. xkm WlU.IAil P. HOMES. H. 1 UIEK.NEITS. Prmfient. si nury. ESTARI.TKjnT IN IMS. MISSOURI STATE MUTUAL FIBK AMU MAItlNE IftSCRAXCE COMPACT. OtliCc, fu. U? cnralOut mu. K.LluU!a, Mo. 2L. BtU Vala XtllA. Tel. Klalocn A Wt Policies an vnuta a eil&cr stock; or mutual plait. -Htnry C. HaanUck. J. B. C Lucas. M. R. Orthwrtn. D. D.Walker, 'H'a r. How. Ju. W. BcJ!. C C Rows. Tk Republic EulldlnsT. On OUv St. at Savanth. DIFFICULT TO SECURE JURY. Trial of Murder Case at Rising Sun Is Delayed. Rising Sun, Jnd., May 12. The conten tion over tho selection of Jurors in the trial of James Gillespie and his sister, Mrs. Belle Seward, and Mr. and Mrs. My ron Barbour for the murder of Elizabeth GUIe&plo continued to-day. It was found that many of those whoso names were on the special venire Issued last night had disappeared. It is thought that the missing men were advised that their names had been drawn and they de parted during the night. The release of Oscar Jones 3 esterdny. nf tcr the Jury had been sworn tho previous day, has re opened the challenging. To-day two Jurors were released on peremptory chal lenges by the defense. The Emerald Is the correct May blrthstone symbolizes "success" a very appropriate birthday gift, mounted in a solid gold ring; JliSO to S50. SI Fountain Pen Guaranteed Our Hgnct has 14-k gold pen point, and Is matte expressly for us; others up to $42. Keep Yoar "W'utcli In perfect order; there's no necessity for its running too slow or too fast, when our charges for re pairing are so moderate. MEKMOD & JACCARD'3. Broadway and Locust. REBEKAH ASSEMBLY ADJOURN. IS'ext Session of Illinois Order Is to Be at .New Burnside. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Vienna, 11L, May 12.-The ennual Rc bekah Assembly for tho First District of Illinois closed a two days' session here to day. Delegates were present from Metrop olis. Cairo. Pulaski, Belknap, New Burn side and Gorevllle. The next meeting will be held at New Burnside. Officers elected are: Iresldent, Mls.i IJllle "Wise, New Bumslde; vice pres ident. Mrs. Mattle Fralm, Belknap: secre tary. Mrs. Victoria All? brook. New Bum side; treasurer, Mrs. Dimple Gilliam, Vi enna. SNOW FALLS In"n0RTHDAK0TA All Field Work Stopped in the Neighborhood of Lakota. Lakota, N. D.. May li If has heen snowing twenty-four hours. More than two Inches of snow is on the ground. All field work has b-en stopped. The wheat crop Is only half in. LOOK AT THIS SHOE! 31 ll 1 1 Orders Filled. THE IT. LOUIS FREAK CUSIUM lASl. OTHERS GET $4 FOR THESE-DOR PRICE: (sssssaV W Ciataloirae Bv. w Free. w Ssm I $2.50 58 i58 S lis TdBf T yMy E r33! E S J $ TAt, PAHRT Ot PUIR LUTHER. ALL ONE PRICE, $2.50 THE ROYAL, 510- -OUVE STREET- Stjle Book Free. -902 Prince Pu Lun and the National and Foreign Commissioners Ac- company President Francis and Enjoy Trip. B STATEMKST MADE BV 4 OFFICIALS AFTER I.XSPECTIOX. After the completion of the offi cial tour of Inspection yesterday afternoon the following statement was mado public: "Tho National Commission, ora cers and Directors, the Board of Lady Managers, tho foreign and domestic Commissioners have Just completed a Ave hours tour of in spection of the twelve exhibit pal aces. "We wish to announce to the public that tho exhibits are in stalled in all exhibit palaces, and present the most marvelous collec tion of the accomplishment of man kind ever witnessed. "D. It. FRANCIS. President Louisiana Purchase Ex position. "THOMAS H. CARTER. "President National Commission. "M. MAROARETTA MANNING. "President Board of Lady Mana- " sers." B Heaflnir a most distinguished party, com posed of tho Executive Committee of tho Exposition, the Board of Directors, the National Commission. Board of Lady Managers, foreign representatives. Gov ernment Board, representatives of the State commissions and the Chiefs of tho exhibit departments of the Exposition. President Francis yesterday made a tour of inspection of the exhibit palaces. After walking through the palaces, in specting the exhibits and partaking of a. eolation at the end of the tour, every member of the party waa ready to main tain that the Louisiana Purchase Exposi tion was entirely completed. Although the route of the inspection covered acres of the Exposition territory and was flvo miles long, there was en countered on every hand something of in terest to make the traveler forget that he wca becoming neary. The party left the Administration build ing shortly after 1 o'clock. In the party were: Prince Pu Lun of China. Commis sioner Ota of Japan, President Thomas H. Carter of the National Commission. Mrs. Daniel Manning, President of the Board of I-ady Managers. Tho representatives of the foreign Governments joined the party after welcoming President Francis at their conspicuous displays in the different build ings. Prince Pu Lun was an Interested mem ber of the party through several of' the buildings and expressed hls regret that a previous engagement compelled him to In terrupt his tour after the inspection of the Liberal Arts Palace had been made. At the entrance of the French display In the Palace of Varied Industries, Com missioner General Lagrave greeted tho party and conducted them through the French exhibit. The same arrangement was followed by Doctor Lcwald, Imperial German Commissioner General, and Com missioner General Nuncio of Mexico. MET BV COMMISSIONERS. The party was met at the portals of each of the Exposition. palaces by its chief and conducted through the display by him. As the Inspection of a building was com pleted the chief Joined the Inspecting party In Its rounds of the other buildings. A pleasant diversion was encountered when the Education Palace was visited. The cooking-school section of the St Louis public-school exhibit was In full operation, and the visitors were Invited to partake of the products of the young ladles, who In white cap and aprqn prepared the cakes and ices. In the Palace of Mines and Metallurgy at the South Dakota exhibit President Francis specifically called for the chair man or the South Dakota Commission, S. "W. Russell, and complimented him on the character and appearance of the exhibit. In the Palace or Agriculture each of the domestic exhibitors served samples of his products. As the party paused for a mo ment in Missouri's section President Fran cis proposed three cheers for Missouri, which were heartily given. "When Imme diately after some .one proposed three cheers for "Missouri's most distinguished son." the demonstration was general. The party next, from the balcony east of the Palace of Agriculture, took a view of the outside floral exhibits, ana men proceeded to the Palace of Horticulture, wtero lunch'on was served in tho central wing. This luncheon was made i.p entirely of the pre ducts of exhibitors In the Palace of Agriculture, and at each place was a col lection of souvenir samples. During the luncheon Weil's Band rendered selections. After luncheon President Francis, in a short speech, complimented the exhibitors, exhibit chiefs, and, in partlculir. Fred erick J. V. Skiff, on the rapid completion of the exhibits. He then called on Mr. Skiff, who thanked him and complimented those under him for their work. Mr. Francisjthen called on Commissioner Gen eral Theodor Lewdld, who spoke on be half of the German exhibitors. The Presi dent next called on Charles W. Knapp, who spoko on behalf of the Missouri Com mission. "Missouri." said Mr. Knapp, "has made for this Exposition the largest appropria tion ever made by any single subdivision of a country at any exposition." President Francis then complimented F. W. Taylor, Chief of the Department of Agriculture, and Mr. Taylor responded. Dnbuqne Sleeper, Via Illinois Central through Springfield. Bloomlngton, L&mlle and Freeport, leaves at 7:01 p. m. on and after May 15. CHANGES THE INDICTMENTS. Grand Jury Returns Xew TJills Against Saloonkeepers. The Grand Jury made a partial report to Judgo McDonald yesterday, which includ ed new indictments to take the place of those against M. J. O'DouneU and D. A. Naughton. returned Tuesday. The new indictments are made necessary by the way the foreman of the Grand Jury, J. Mull&nphy Cates, signed them. After his name he wrote "secretary" in stead of "foreman. The mistake was dis covered before capiases had been issued. Three indictments In routine cases ac companied the fourteen against 0Donnell and thirteen against Kaucbtoa. GEORGE A. LEE. Debaters from the University of Ne braska arrived in this city yesterday morning and will meet the representa tives of Washington University at 8 o'clock to-night in Memorial Hall of the Art Museum, comer Nineteenth and Lo cust streets. The question to be debated Is: "Re solved, That the interests of the United States no longer -equlre the maintenance of the Monroe Doctrine as a principle of national policy." John C McReynoIds of Lincoln, law de partment. ': Burdette Gibson Lewis of Omaha, 'W. and George A. Lee of Hum boldt, law department, '05, composo tho, Nebraska team. Washington University will be repre sented by Fred Armstrong, a Junior in the law department; Homer Davenport, a Junior at law, and Lowcllyn Sale, a fresh man in the medical department. Mr. Davenport is blind, but is a. speaker of ability. The Judges are J. II. Woodburn. Ph. D., professor of history and politics in the University of Indiana; V. G. WeathTly, Th. D., professor of economics and social science. University of Indiana; Judge O. H. Dean, dean of the Kansas City Law School. The University of Nebraska has met in Joint debate and defeated In the past two years the teams of Colorado College. University of Kansas and University of Missouri, the last two named having twice gone down in defeat before Nebraska. The Washington) University men. like wise with a goody record, feel that they have opponents -orthy of thalr efforts, and the verbal strife will be hotly waged. No admissions wll be charged. MOTHER WILL FORGIVE IF GIRL RETURNS HOME. 3IU Ornre rietcher of No. ItlB Chamber. Street Han Been Mis sing Since May 3. Miss Grace Fletcher, the 11-year-old daughter of Mrs. Ellen Marxer of No. 1115 Chambers street, who has been missing from her home since May 3, may rest as sured of parental forgiveness if sho will I L. MISS GRACE FLETCHER. Fourteen-year-old Girl who has been mis sing from her home since May 3. return. The anxious mother knows of no reason why her daughter should remain away, except that sho may fear correc tion. On Tuesday. May 3, Grace bade her mother good-by and started out on a river-excursion trip with a young man. She did not return home that evening, but. in stead, went to a girl friend's home at North Market street and Blair avenue, where she stayed over night. At 8 o'clock the next morning she left her friend's house and went to work In a millinery store at Fourteenth and Diddle streets, where she Is employed. She was seen downtown last Saturday by one of her friends. Mrs. Marxer says her daugh ter suffered an attack of scarlet fever several months ago. and that since that time she has not been well. The mother also says that her daughter is inclined to bo somewhat dlrobedlent. Miss Fletcher Is about S feet 4 Inches tall, weighs 13) pounds, has dark hair, gray eyes and a birthmark over tho left eye. READY FOR MOCK TRIAL. M. S. U. Students Have Sold Ev ery Admission Ticket. REPUBLIC STECIAL. Columbia, Mo.. May 12 The annual mock trial of the law students ot Mis souri University will be given in tie audi torium of Missouri University to-morrow evening. This is one of the annual affairs of Missouri University, and it Is probably the largest student amusement enterprise of any university. The cast Is made up of nearly 100 stu dents, most of whom Impersonate some member of the faculty. The plot of the trial Is kept a secret, but a prominent member of the faculty Is always tried. Last year several members. Including Doctor Jesse, were tried on a charge of attempting to poison members of the State Legislature. Tho scene of the trial was laid in Hades, and the exposure ot bood llng in the Legislature was touched on. The Jury this year will be composed of prominent men. Every admission ticket to the trial was sold within an hour after they were placed 03 sale. STREET WORK CONTRACTS LET Hoard of Public Improvements Provides ior Much Paving. At the last meeUng of the Board of Public, Improvements the following street making contracts were let: North approach of the TwentT-flrgt street bridge, Harry F. Hemann, 83JTX50: Ohio avenue between Eads avenue and Park avenue. Gottlieb Eyermann. &290.8); Fourteenth street from Wash street to BIddle street. GUsonlte Construction Com- Sany, JS.SE: Fourteenth street from Bid ie street to St. Louis avenue. Skralnka Construction Company. U9.103.t5: Four teenth street rrom St. Louis avenue to He bert street. Skralnka Construction Com pany, $U.C7tt; Fourteenth street from Hebert street to Bremen arenue. Fruln & Colnon. JS.071: Ccmpton avenue from Manchester avenue to Laclede arenue, Fruln-Bambrick Construction Ccmpany, J6.S7.30: Center street from Clark avenue CASTOR I A RrhMiarfeyiM. TlMKiiiYNliiTiAiffiislwciit lBflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflfltBflflflflflflB H BflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflfllBflflflflflflflBr t rilfliBflflflflflflflflflflflfliBBflfls&t'B1' t BBflfirL viflflflEw&iBflflflflF'rt',''M (W? Bflflflt- .. BflBBflflflflflr4f&hs f BsBBBflV J -SBfltSi BURDETTE G. LEWIS. JOHN C. McREYNOLDS. Debating Team of Unlvcrsltv of Nebraska, who mft the Representatives of Wash ington Unherslty To-Nlght. Professor M. M. Foff of the depart ment of English accompanies the Nebras ka team. He has with him his wife nnd little daughter and will remain a few days to view the World's Fair. to Market street. Skralnka Construction Company, tl.361.40. and Tarsee street from Clark avenup to Market street. Gottlieb Eyermann. C1S.70. SIX DIVORCE SUITS FILED. Mrs. Hull Asks Custody of Adopt ed Daughter. Esther Hull filed suit for divorce In the Circuit Court yesterday against John Hull and arked for the custody of their adopted daughter. She charged that he drank and remained out all night. They were mar ried September 36. 1SK. and separated last Wednesday. James M. Osbom alleged that his wife. Rosa, called him bad names, threw arti cles at him and threatened to poison him. They were married In St. Louis In Janu ary. 1DCC. and separated last Tuesday. Anna M. Wrlss charged that her hus band. Frederick, foiled to support her and deserted her. They were married at Clay ton. Mo.. March 24. 1E93, and rcparated No vember 19. 1KB. She aks for the restora tion of her maiden name, Bcnggllern. Mary Hitsemann alleged that her hus band. Gottlieb, failed to support her and deserted her. Thevwere married at Al ton. 111.. June 37. lS7t. Dora Schrlmsky alleged that her hus band. William, railed to suppWn her and deserted her. They were married at Ed wardsvllle. III. October 17. 1001. and sep arated May .. 1M3. She asks for the res toration of her maiden name. Fendar. Elizabeth Hoppe charges that her hus Sard'?ienr"' drank and failed to support rerv Tn.y .JS." rrted n st. Louis Sep-icrabr,:3',JSS0- ,an(1 Parated In Novem ber. 1903. She a! for the custody ot their eeen children and maintenance. APPOINTS CURFEW DELEGATES Governor Dockerj' Selects Per sons to Attend Congress. Jefferson City. Mo.. May .-Governor Dockory to-day appointed tho following delegates to represent the State or Mis souri at the World's Curfew Congress, which will convene in Festival Hall World's Fair. July 3T: ..W. T. Carriiurton. Jfferon CHr nortnr J P. Porth. J.fferion ctty. Mul Msrr PrvVr" St. imlw. Mrs. nun, XTbSi, ttStiS" Rt&Z fon city: Jlr. Juhj g Htwt. Kaaas atri the newnd TV. IT ralnuav. stlSiU- tfe i. -1- : "" " .. rpraii. rsi. Jooli. j. lu NefT. KnnrM lter II Stevms. PL irlnrflfijj olor p. Ifchow. Rollvar: c IauIh: p jt ncDav v.. liltrr, aiarpn: t i. btmart, Kitna; Kit n. Ake. Uurton L. Thorpe, fet. Ixuii. Ironton; Doctor Announcement. Wedding and Reception Invitations. Guest Cards. Correspondence Papers In finest engravings and best stock. VISITING CARDS-1CO from plate. J1:IC0 cards and engraved plate, J1.50. at MERMOD & JACCARD'a Broadway and Locust. IN SERVICE FOR 39 YEARS. R. H. Boble Resigns as Manager of Western Union. After thirty-nine years of service with tho Western Union Telegraph Comnanv R. H. Bottle St. Louis manager, has re signed on account of 111 health. M. D. Crane, night chief operator, said last evening that he had been authorized by Mr. Bohle to state that the resignation was tendered upon the advice of n phy sician, who said that Mr. Bohle should take a rest of six or eight months. The resignation, which was tendered Superintendent B. J. Frankel. has not oeen accepted yet. It Is said that the company Is trying to induce Mr. Bohle to tako a vacaUon, with the hope that he will have recovered at tho end of that time. Mr. Bohle won his way to the management by hard work, having risen from the position of messenger. The Grolock Vehicle Cc 91S N. Broadway, show the very latest styles In Surreys. Stanhopes. Traps, etc. CONVENTION CLOSES TO-DAY. Technical Troblems Discussed bj Telephone Engineers. The Bell Telephone Company's engineer department of the Middle West wilt hold its final session In St. Louis to-day at the Buckingham Club. King's highway ahd West Pine boulevard, where they have been lr. almost continual sesrion since Tuesday. " The convention Is pteslded over by J. O Wray of Chicago. The following companies are represented In the convention: Tho Rocky Mountain. Bell Telephone Company of Missouri. Bell Telephone Company of Nebraska. Northwestern Company, Colo- Bears the Signatnxo of I ' '" ' IBS &i?-. i 1 jSBPBlxMJilBSBJB'. " '-- 1 jBBBBt'1 .JSBBBBUfe 1 - -, "SBBBBBt-! I t SMIkSak.v.-iH ' I VBBpS ;SBi5bV I K f9HbbbbT .SbVm '' BSBflki. Beautiful Art Wares from Japan. "The Land of the Rising Sun," with its wonder fully interesting: and clever people, was never so well repretented in America as by the masnificent display of Japanese Art Goods "on the Balcony." The collection is large it is varied, and the prices are very moderate, considering the perfec tion of detail and painstaking care exercised in production. You are always welcome, whether desiring to pur chase or not. Bronze Vases, In great variety of unique detIgn, with perfeoUy modeled dragons crawfish, Bowers, cic la bold relief - $8.50. $1.3.50, $15 to $52 IU'autlful Ilronze Incense Inr ner. Illustrated above. 'SI m. high and 34 in. wide.. $125.00 Solid Silver Wares A truly wou derfnl collection, every jilecc a choice specimen of the silver smith'.s art. and Including hun dreds of articles for ue and ornament, such as Cuff But tons. Card Cases. Trays. Belt Buckles, Jewel Cases, Bnth Sets, ruff Boxes. Mirrors', ases. Punch Bowls. Too many for any attempt at de scription. Prices,$2 to $1,285 Cloisonne AVares A very large assortment including Vases, Bowls, Jardinieres, etc., small, perfect specimens, at $3.50. and ranging upward to $247 Silver Cloisonne One of ihe most beautiful creations of Japanese Ingenuity; Vases and Jardinieres, with gold f.h in brilliant hues on a bright fII ver ground $11 to $105 Folding Screens. 4 folds, richly embroidered In silk on satin. 't $68.00 to $110.00 Mail Orders Solicited. Handsomely illustrated Catalog mailed f tee. MERMOD . JACCARD JEWELRY CO., Bra.dwa.y &nd Locust STANDARD ASBESTOS ROOFING Is'abaolutely Fireproof, contains no Coal Tar, Wool or Shoddy, Is Water. Add and Vermin Proof, and practi cally Indestructible. Makes a cool roof In summer and a warm roof in 'winter. CM IE APPLIED OVER OLD SHINGLES OR TIN ROOFS. H. W. JOHNS-MANViLLE CO. Will. A. BUDDECKE, Manager. 914-16-18 N. BROADWAY. ArtMtw ill mrmli Jtiw Pip i: Ctnriijt. Ill Vits of AUnIm Jpidiltltt PILES kw w mutt mtOod. mi rado Company; "Wlsconfln Company. Southern Company, Iowa Company. Texas Company and th Central District ana Printline Company of Chicaso. all of these concerns belnff arsoclated with the Bell Teliphn.e Company. Technical problems ore under discussion. ST. LOUIS COUNTY NOTES. Harry Organ and Andy Geschwlnd of Clayton were arreaiea yesicraay on com plaint of Dave Madrlch. a peddler, who says they kicked him downstair when he asked pay for Roods sold them. Organ denies the charge. Marriage licenses were issued In Clay ton yesterday to Lawrence U. Ashbrtdgo and Alice Hoodenpyl of St. Ixiuls; Charles A. Buehrman of Belleville and Corinnn Murtha of Little Rock, and tn Samuel Bresser of No. 3SO South Jefferwn ave nue and Otllllo IL Enckler of Drake The will of Nannie P. Stevens was filed In the Probate Court in Clayton yester day. She bequeathed II each to her brothers, Hiram L. Stevens and B. C. Stetens. and her sister. Mrs. Lou Wor shem; lo her niece. Mildred Stevens, sho devised a house and lot In Eureka Springs, Ark.: to Mrs. Jennie C. Hlgglns. a sister, a lot of ground In Eureka Springs, Ark. She directed that seven ucres of land on the Olive Street road be sold for iZ.V0. J1.3C0 of which Is to be devoted to tho Foreign Missionary Society of the Chrls tlon Church. COO to the Christian Church at Eureka Springs, and 00 to the Chris tian Church Ornhans' Home in St. Louis. She devised 100 acres of land in St. Louis County equilly between R. H. Stevens of Clayton ana .sirs, uonnne craim ci uia Orchard, a brother and sister. Read Drs. Thornton & Minor's full page ad next Sunday concerning rectal diseases. For free treatise address 3X3 Olive st.. St. Louis. Mo. CAUGHT BETWEEN THE CARS. Charles Colter, Mining Engineer, Victim of 2sarrow Passage Ways. Charles Colter. iZ years old, a mining engineer, of No. C705 Von Versen avenue, vas caught between Market and Laclede avenue can at Twentieth' and Market streets last eight, and sustained serious Injuries. Colter was on his wivy to the Union Sta tion to meet his wlfrt who was coming here from Colorado Springs, when the ac cident occurred. He was picked up by Patrolman Mc Clennan of the Central District and con veyed to the pharmacy at the Terminal Hotel until he could be removed to the City Hospital, where he remains. Colter sustained a fractured pelvis, a fiactured clavicle and concussion of the brain. ALWAYS INSIST ON GETTING A BECAUSE Ton are HOT paying for BUI Boards, faac Palatini, Clocks, sTrco Deals, etew bat for fine Quality Haas Tokaeeo. Eqaal to Imported Clstara. SoHvstttwat to the retailer by the Manufacturer. S. B.' Bice U. C. Co. St. Loula. Japanese Basket Ware, consist ing of beautiful pottery vases in quaint shapes and soft blended colors, over-woven with willow or rattan $3.25", $4.00, $5.00 to $8.00 Japanese Porcelains Magnlll cent specimens in Satsuma. Awata and lionkln designs, the decorations wonderful in perfection of detail and rich ness of coloring. Vnt.cs, $1.75, $2.25, $3.00 to $110 Plates. $2.50, $6.00, $7.50 to $15.00 Bowls $4.00 to $30.00 Tea Pots, $5.00, $7.50, $10 to $30 Ivory Carvings, Figures and Groups', Sabers and Scabbards, a No useful articles, such as Cigar and Tobacco Jars, all carved from solid Ivory, In cluding some very grotesque deeIgns. Prices. $4.00 to $150.00 Lacquer AVork, inlaid with beau tiful design in Ivory and mother of pearl fSlove anil Hnndkerchicf Boxes, Jewel Cabinets. Thoto Frames, Writ ing Desks. Wnll Panels with " carved flowers in high relief. v Cigar Cases, etc. Prices itom $1.25 to $26.00 &5333'9 NO MONEY TILL CURED. 27 teaks estuusus. Wt ft nil it tstaU a 2H ft treztat Mtfc Fta a4 Blwu if tfct betas: alum pal Ufcs.tmtk ' Of ncHotsaidiand tld a cast Ulart6 ( rataU tMr DRS. THORNTON A HUMOR, na on.. hwh. m. uu. HtfUti HllfUH lllllll t tot m ycur vn2r ? j - .v m. .van f STOPOVER AT WASHINGTON Ib.&o.s-w. t i z TRAI5S LEAVE 020 A. M. OiUS P. 31. 2iOS A. M- Ticket Oflcet Olive and Sixth and Unlen Sta. 1 1 m n-n ninminiiUH. 1QUICKMEAL GAS RANGES RfHCEN STOVE CO E3CanSIlSHia KYNOLO'S GOUT Specific Few persons need be confined by ftnut or Rhxumatl sm.lf on the firai approach of the paroxysm they have recoune to this rest ed v: ihrn. stcsle drae is often sufficient. s'rnt'CFUA CO.. 3W30X.WIUUasSt..Sl.T. "THE BARGAIN HUNTERS" $90.00 Olren away next week. Watch for th BARGAIN ADS IN THE WEDNESDAY REPUBLIC. Flrealarm Record Established. Twenty alarms of fire, the greatest num ber ever recorded within twelve hours in the city of 8t. Louis, were sounded yes terday. The record was established be tween the hours of 3 a. m. and 1p.m. OJT SALE AT WORLD'S 5AIK. A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 8- A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 1 -iij. eSS- w hr. X r U A irttW vi J.-. a;tv.- ttevJSk. . .