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Mwswivs'tl R?3s3??."e,"'T" Tfiw!fJpT5Jf . THE ST. LOUIS BPtTBLip: gATlJlSPlAlY,. 7UNE 18, 1904. $ i r y p. r-1 K p if St, Lows Proof p Mrs. M. Meyers, living at-112 Sbuti Fourteenth fetreei. says: "Perhaps In following my calling from lifting or from oine other cause I may have overstrained the muscles -ot xny liack. iBb thai as It may, I have had attacks o'r. backache for Vfvo years, latterly almost constant. It hurt more in the morning than In any other period' of ittie jTay ahd has on more than one 'oc casion been so -severe that I;Could,Bcarceiy irrrn la bed. I knew from "the tofidltton of the Sidney sdcretlons'th'at injr kidneys were at fault, but what to do was a mystery. I was cohUnually iryftfg sure-cure remedies to cure Wdney complaint, but I met with 'Very little :it. any success until I Went to Wolff-Wilson's; corhet Sixth street and Washington avenue, for Doan's Kidney Pills. From the bfenenl3T received from th treatment I hava 'not the slightest hesitation In very emphatically Indorsing the preparation. I have studied medicine and understood 'the symptjimi Of kidney complaint. No one In St Louis If they tryUoaVfl Kidney Pills for kidney complaint will be disappointed in the results." ISHHSffi mum get THEME FROM M Young Women in Central High Sfcnool Find' Inspiration in Fortigh ExEibite. I SCHOLARSHIP FOR MlSS GAUSS JJotreste Gampe Delivers Unique Oration on Ctiairles I-M3lass Banquets at West End Hotel. Miss Blanche NIehousa and Mlsa Clare Butler, who read essays at 'the eopimence m'ent eierclses of the Central High School at the 0leon at 10 o'clock yesterday morn ing', found the Inspiration for their ar title's In the foreign ekhlbtts at the World's Fair. Mlas Nlehbuse has taken a, deep Interest In the exhibits of China and Japan ai jth ftcposltfon, ami so Impressed was she with their worth that she d?? to -tfrlj? het- commencement essay on v,6uc Dtot to the Orient" in her essay she pointed but the in fluence the Orient has had oil English lit erature :as exemplified by the writings of Moore, 'Souther and Kipling. She"1 also re ft'rrcd to "the Oriental Ideas that We flnS ing a place in the mqderfi art of the Ws'tA era world. she"aiS that, the iCet 'thai Japan makes a great exhibit at the Fair while she U engaged In, a war Wth ftps elalg evidence of aer enterprise and pro gresslve spirit jllos 'Clare, Butler has made a careful study of the German brtmtfes hi tbe center of the Varied industries building-, and la her ssay made a thoUebUul mterpre tat tlpn Northern, According-to. I)lsAnterpre taOoh; the woman ph one sl&e far 'he" bronzes Is reading- legends to her daugh ters, and oa the tither side the man is telling tales of War' to his sons. ' ', Miss. Butler, called , her .essay, ,t?rhe legend.'' and In It, stated fbat tha fckcel; lence of tbe German exhibits" at thaTStt position can be explained tmiy by the fatt that amflnfr the-derrnah peoples tbert Is a racial note, due to the fact that from childhood the citizens .W an Prts of that countrr hear tbe same legends. The na tions that , have, failed;, she ald. ,wera those that thought llshtly of their tradl tttms. .which "are truer than fact " ' ' .Bbbe)rt.Ki Denha'm, WBo was'fet'ptarn 'oif the Central HiRh School Cadet Corps, fl& llrered an praUpn on "Memorial. Day.'t in which he,, appealed to tbe nation, .both North and Boutb, tQ bury Ibo ltterftss otlh cost Hebaid In eloquent tribute to the dead of both Union' and Confeder ate ajmtes. ' ORAxtoK on cbsiiv'Eii. In his praflon on ''"Cromweiii" John Buckingham Jare took the position that Oliver promwell had never been fully ap predated, 4$ is years after his death those WBd thought they followed in 'Hu footiteps -were iknorahl of his hie bllcyi Hiss -Judith' Levy, who read an essay oh' '"The Llshtihat.Trahsflgures,-: said thai intb art Ifteratare. .and music, by the power iof ,thrf imagination. A striking oration because, cf it? 3re: Dartre frora the. customary ntfaejj ,:bl thqngfit la democratic America-, .was the onelvered'by Forrest E. Campe; rrls defense-bt the King contained an lmaiSna tiveaoUioquV df Charles'.! .as lie sWod T& Whitehall shqrtly before hiL '6xecut!on. The Weaker said that thrf entire. polic-M tne neneaaea monarch coum t xpiatnea by the tact that he believed in the aoctrlai ci ine.aiTjnn ngnt or ancient times has .been one of expat ana tnat tnepresent war is cue to the 'xact fnn.1. auaaia. -lcci impeuea u? vni' -Bftuji Jean Wall, spoke on. "The, Dcclalre foment,, stating ihat fortune ..never monies to those, whd, wait, but to hinli who Boes humbly the duty Bf the minute. ; A iO' close oi lire, exercises uipiohibs Vf- &: i ooawanii Edueation, td X four-year schplarship, la. WMh!nstm RISING iM&i BREAST No woffiiii wo mA lilftSItollei&g and ffaflffeciiiciciefiito biiikt-f bcit rpBs fk prieal of its horror ana injures ssueiy po sue w iuti msx " j " j " 4 " ijso ieaidiyi strong 'wba good naturecl. yur,DooK otherhot?d," & oxih. ife weicrht incbld lb every. Ionian. ana",wall be sent free in &nty0tiimffi&$ 'i ttomvcK m Wh en a Woman's Back Aches The aches and. pdins that assail a woman's back iwiien ithe kldafeys a'i sick take all the life all tie jenfergy-aU the anibition put of ter. Backache makes hei" tired out and Weary, with neryes unstrung, she inust attend .ti? -daily duties even, though racking kicV bey .pains make every motion of the body a misery." fTheh, too, when the kidneys are not relieved there is fche annoyance and danger of urinary disorders, feood iealth can tnly be obtained with well kidneys; Keep the kidneys vrell with the greatest of modern specifics, Joan's Kidpey Pills. Hi mi pnlve.rslty .was awarded, to Miss Esther M, Bauss of -wo. iio MlchiCTn avenue tor maklttR the highest average of scholarship throughout tbffHlg-S School couBse'of four years. Her average was i$A per bent . .TheJEraduatlns- class gave ahanquet at the. "West End Hotel last.nlftht .Reed Bowes w-j toasticaster. .Amons those jfjho r'espdnded to,4 toasts, were. Professor Scot 3"ulfi Fullertoh, WIHIant A'dkinS, Jr.. Miss'-Ad-a Wtnlcelmeyer, who spoke.on VWhat a Col lege. Does for a Olrf," and Mlsa Margery Qull'ey. Shepird School CdmmeiiCement. Commencemint exercises of the Shepard iSchooi. of which Professor "f4. W. Pptthoff is prfncipai, wern held last Thursday morning it the School building. The rooms Were decorated with the national and class colors and' potted plants. Tbe exercises Tnlsfed'f vocal 'apd instrumental selec tions;' recitations iand essays. , Doctor Q, Winter presented.tbe diblonlas to the folloTrint itriduates: Rodowe Abe ken, Kellie" Deven .August Floerchlnger, los aarKs, .Huldi. Krlegtr:. Julius Lefri bann, .EDeh OXfenbeeher,; Edward poos, Ireij? Schuepbach; Frieda. Wldmaier, Clara eitgenheln, Lasalie CroWderv Herman Dre btti lllile GOerlscb. Qtto Koenig. Angela S5XiJi&J' Meyrft, ftleda Pohl, Rosje Schmidt Percy Vogt and Eugenia Wolfer. Oriiuates Pnt on TPlaf. Commencement ctferclses of "the Clayton Sraminar TPc&6i?i were held last night. In the Baengerb'injel Beii. 'in Clayton. .Those whb ireeelyed dlplonia's uyere .-ylola Alma "Prtlss CecclhijStella Fight, kabel cath1 arlhe Barton, .Elizabeth Marie. Sc&tferman, Edith Susanne Schuerman; Alice. Einsna Frihke'. Robert 'Winiam. 'McBlhinney. ClaaJbee "uaufer Wolff- and Otto Arthur HeBB(bh. Thftdiplomas1 were awarded by groresaor.w: p. Grove of. Webster Groves. The.'feitur or ibe prOgMunme fter the (lWnMIhe 'df rilnlcMaa w&s a t)lavL nr- ftnged froai 1,'Mrs. Wiggs of. the Cabbagft Patch." The cast dt tharacters included this members vf the graduating class. " i" i..',, .... Dasiu SeJlbol pradnate; At the commehcetaeht exercises of the bumas School, NO. ltt li6as avenue, Yesterday i nine irss were sradualed. The fexerclses consisted of .a, progrelnma bf mitttc fend literary number, yhe granuaies of the school Av D.,Lanisioa.-Addresses were -made by .the Reverends Di P,4to erts. and 'jGe&rge ..fiteyens., . The 'attend: aaceot lh Dumas School forjthe Year War. enaaa yesteraay was .&. " W?? nfttna snf iuriknfl. ClhflnDAll- . JHOSiua niuiuvu, .auuc -w, V-lov XtnhBl fl Cross. Bci&h M. GrUuni BtanehT-Hfilh Aimeds Hatchlnson. Mabel a Stanly. Uena T?, Martin and- Cornelia M. "Walker. ... Soere4 Heart ComkleBcemielii. The closing eiercSes ?qt' the Sacred keart Academy, Marylail'4 ihd Taylor avenues, took place at s o'clock ynursaay afternoon! In Jbe absence of 'Archblsh6'p blennbn,?h& was to haye fnferred . tpe ioa,ot. .,itfi- idBs.- The cro- gramme -tonsisted of. 'adSressea,, Jhbrt plats ahd recitatfdns'by the stadents. , School ?tcfiri? "tf 9?v The committee In charge ot the. Harri son School plenli.hasdeeiaed that the picnic iflratl be herd J(ne 21t as .-another Schoal, hid already secured the grpunds for'he 'day fost.,ije!ecte.d. - CompieSoa bia; i,t$r Tpfpld,; AypetWe idSiry Horsforil's' .Acid" Phosphite -clears, .the CompTelJoKlSS restoring stbmaqh, liver and els'tOhiaVtb. A ftrepgthitttmj'TOnle tor'mentaU h'erypuk .or'bhytlfeal wealtness. "'jdUli In ieJ"BSbj Cioed. Mli'lle Rose; faiown-as "The Girl in JBliie,'1 'and her tfuiprfq ti& feose, en tered ple'is bf plllt hefdre Justice Ste vens lh.Mliwew'pd i-esferaky mbrnhig to 4 ch'arge" W cpnauctlng hh toprppef show near Definaf USfdeii: Te defendants stated tti'atTthfaihaiJ cibsed ttiefeHoV'sihw their ;ajresu.iast...Monqay. ;ana. jm uieir prpml5e.ht tSlwn Jr. testate's At torney recommended jo the .court .that, a 00 nszessen .auainii two otner cases jjlhe'e' were diss , fEorGo'dd-ness tOQIH POWDER. goad-nexs SakV' 6 BArJTOb 'jisw ffc'tuVelL o I..OO orrint. iss!slq.h' ffatWp Mtorney "balton refused "to Issue, i warrant jresleraaV for the arfJ of, Tfiiitnas GUtlari'd gt' No? !J Menard street who was accused' of sieaimg iwo.ioavea pi oreaa., uuuana so kapwisdged, the theft bit pleaded in ex- A- irT-i.-L. :i" 4ii' Ltd- Z-' iJ ili ..!i uoe u..is receivea tr& fend thttt he Vfij uti able to support them Ion. that turn. Ho nns: or V- .ana. costs thenvwblep .wSfPn.t aeaiftsi httaehcFW the misses; fcn.fi mnhfMWa pUBm tad stiotis icail.aTOifie ia$ '& tis pi rlWIWI I1RH) Aula xibtH Awv-wijf K a QgNgfS W?9e?r im them..tttttgli tlmr ia"rst critical hrl Sirlrll 'RlrfArv Snrl ft ttaittr MOTHER' FRIEND A f RIAL FREfc To St. Louis Republic Readers. '- g HANK P ' ? rrATI ' ?g " " ' ' i -' IK GERMAN SINGERS OPEN TRIENNIAL, United Wpridngmen's Societies Assemble for Three-Day Con vention Give Goncert at Concordia Hall. The triennial convention of the United WoVkinfemerfs flinging Societies o)t the UnlteS 'States began lis sessions at .Con cordia Turner Hall, -at Arsenal and Thir teenth streebi, last rii'ghl with a brilliant concert The meeting will continue iintil Monday-, whto it will be closed with a se'rahade at Festival Hail at the World's Pair, and a banquet In the evening at the Tyrolean Alps. There are about 1,200 delegates at. the convention and they include ttiehest sing ers from Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Daveripprt la., Pullman. I1L, and other Western cities. Tw6 t'rainloads of' singers arrived frpm Chicago yesterday morning. Tha visitors were escorted by the St. Louis Society to Druid's Hall at Kinth. and Mar ket streets. . Concordia Hail was filled last night at the -openln? concert, conducted .by .Ernst paudard,, the leader of many St. Louis slacing. societies. A well-selected pro gramme was Presented, and the .response that Mr. GSudard received from the vari ous choruses. and quartets won applause) from the audience. .. The. addresses of. welcome were made by M. Joachim, secretary of the St Louis societies, and John Zach, president of the bund. .. , ,Tba music programme began with, the faarch and Overture Trom rannhausec and was followed by the overturb from .'Btradella.'.' Then a chorus of male and female ."singers, all .the tyoung women In White costumes occupying the front of rturnperg," wn en tts received with sreat applause; A trio comh04od nf Minn rfnill ard, Edward McCullep and SIlss M CIau-1 "Oh fist a sneciion irom n eoer s "Tei schnetz.,T A male chopis pf.tbp united societies of St Louis, numbering JM persons ren dered two of Scheu'a folic i&ngs, which were well received. . Selections from Verdi, Wagner and Mohr followed. The societies will give a grand concert at Music. Hall tc-night. To-morrow after noon the singers -will b entertained and Will slag at Lennys Park, the .concert be ing' preceded byi ,a parade; wh!ch will start .from Twelfth and. Market streets at noon, in, the evening a convention rwiir pe aeia,ai ine norm bt. uouif Manner chor..Hall, a.t .-Twtnueth and Dodler .The .deleghtes Will Visit the World's Pair at ! a.ni, Monday, where they will siilg In Festlva) Hall. ' ' YOUTH SUES FOR ALLEGED DAMAGE'S BY, AUTOMOBILE. Ludwifr liptnhnrdt Asks for 925,000 la Circuit .Court From B. Molliiiclfrodf. iiidwig Reinhardt flied suit In the Cir cuit ConrV yiSsUttJay against El Mal lmckrodt"f'd'riJ2S,6c!p uamaBts for Injuries Alleged to hays bfeen Sustajapd ApMl O, 19w,by bclnjr struck by an automobile in Forest 5P4rlc. xne piainjlnT is a mlnOf under 1 years bid and sued by his .next friend. W.lF. Reinhardt. He alleges that the nj-nlrtpnt Occurred Whlfflhe was Walking op Grand drlvoyray .'near Concourrd driveway, ot far t r5m. th ,World'a Fair grounds. , . , He was bruised, crippled und Otherwise Injured, he alleges. ' ii. w.. . . . Wacb; Tex.,ln 29 1-4 Hours. ratefiWBtI?0n GIRL BEATEN BY STRANGER. iiafa Wh0 Voliinteered to Watch dotfln Is Accused Wasted by long hours of work by day arid nursing her sick mother by bight JUSSle Drysdale, 15 years old, told the po lice yeatefday of aii Iniumap assault ihaTde On her while she slept by the side of the cpJSn contalntng.her mother, . . .Her lhothif had ,bceh ill tor a long time', her father was forced to Work, every, day to wirn enough to buy food and medicine, and Rosie, being the'oldeit became nurse tc her, wothir and cared for the three younger' children. .Thursday the mother died ahd Rosle made. a Dallet bfi the floor bpadW the coffin jtnd went to Weep. Two neighbors sat in ure rp.om nnui miunignr, wnen a young rain entered and offered to' sit Up the re maindeir of the night.)! , . .Rosle.was awakened at i o'eioeb In the morninc by belnti tlclfed ancf.beaten. Tha man rah oway .whep she awoke. She gave a. descrintloa of her, assailant to the po lice and. William Lewis was arrested. He aajockea Up pending the Issuance Of a warrant alter-h had been positively Idea- - ' , Besi for Bnaumatiim Elmer & Amend'ii Prescription,. No.' &su celebrated on Its merits for many effectual cures: injsiictien Mnije Perraanepr. jnanted last. Saturday, restraining I,eo a Klanenbergr'from acting; ;Saiarkeeper for his Tatter:. C.M:. Klaueaber. In. A. saloon St lifoaard avenue and Olive street. C. . Kiauecberg alleged that he was. paying Is, son K3 ta month 'and that' hVais--' charged ninip.but thaf his soa continued to aqt as bctkeeper; HegratRrlDlnacr Bbe, Sunder 45cV Vaik ,Tlew. Cafe; neaf. Texafc T.buitdlng. CHAS SCHWEICKARDr, Mr.- HEIL KNOCKS 00? RBES IH TIIIFiD San Franciscan Benders Oppo- nerit tJrictoscious and "He Is Gamed From the King. SETTLES THE CHAMPIONSHIP. Fight Fast and Furious From Be ginning Until Last Blow Ts Struck oil Harry's Jaw, Lift ing Him Off His Feet. i iMilln Tii'. t tm.klk tLT.t L" r.- -..Bw, WM,,a ai. fiau.uu t!U OI Don Francisco, to-night at the Waverly Ath- fouo uiud Knocsea out Harry Forbes in .the third round. Forbes"1 was knocked Senseless aftd was carried unconscious to his corner. Thi.i is tsben in o't'tti nil disputes of the bantam-weight, "chaniplon- sup. In the first round, the advantage was on the side ot Forbes, but It was slight In .w bkvuvl iuuuu neu lanaea some heavy blows on Forbes's stomach and Forbes put In a number of left Jabs and right titfper- cuis to the champion's face. The blows, however, "had little effect on, Nell, who rushed constantly "throughout the round. At the onenlnp o'f tha thlrri rntm.u Bcemed that Forbes was about to gala the upper hand. Hft sent a Straight left to Neil's face, Straightening "him iip ahd crossed flth the right to the jaw. He re- vw..cu .uu im xuoro ffimout q. return. Ar?r. ,hy backed away from a clinch SKUSS.ffiJL TfflBfSHfJftl as.?? went to Hie flbor. Jle was up at' the count i.i.""r" "ri ttp,j"Jt- eu sent anotner left to .the- jaw and Forbes went doJ??..for the aecqnd time. VnilA IN "WrA ItHmr rr Vi. Aaa. Vl. -- pnds threw a towel into the line .as a vwacii vi ucicaw But ueuner or roe. ngnt ers nor. Ihe referee noticed, and as soon. as Forbes was on. his feet the fight began more fiercely than before. .Forbes put a right to Neli;s jaw that sent him whirl ing across the ring. Nell recovered quickly-and rushed; and as Forbes came to frnfcet him Neil hoiked his right to the Jaw. The blow, lifted Pgrbeg clear but his feet and he struck the floor on the top Ot his head. .He was completely knocked but and did not recover consciousness for several minntesL MANY TURNERS TO TARE PART IN MASS EXHIBITION. nepreseh'tWflTes of Att St. Lonls So cieties. ylll Attend Exercli'ea nt Stadium To-Pay. -4 Mtjre "thah 3,000 Turners, men and mm fen, will take part- In ths grand mass ex; hlbltlon to bo held this afternoon at 3 o'clock in the World's Fair Stadlunt Th'e exercises In which each Tumverem of the cftylli bo represented will comprise ail the branches of the Turner's course. The participants will assemble in For bst Park; lost outside of the Fair ground, 'where they wiU be met by As sistant, .Chief Nash of the Physical Cul ture Department, who will escort them through, the main' entrance. Into, the EroindswTney .wlU.be divided into twO aivislon&s, the first division $0. beheaded by a babdrtieavlng tbe. main entrance at ISO o'clockrand parading, up Administra tion avenue to-the Stadium, and the sec ond division. following at.? o'clock.: " The exhibition' is in general charge of A. H. Kindervater, director of physical culture -uf '.the .St. itfuls public schools and director fceneraT of toe Bt IjouIs Turnverin. , The programme will jfe.as follows; . Quntt X chiracterlsuc eeleeUon fcf pyranas tleramra.forall asm of both sexesi.uEtffcr the direction WE. Woerner and A-Nathan; Calltthenlci .for boy ana girls J to' 1 y" Wd. -undir direction orloul M- Jartlaa, , Dumbbull 'aSd marchlnrerelK,for boys Jl to 14 years old. tinder direction of Otto at. Hoop' exercises ahd fancy. I'wO-step, Mrls to 18 years old, Under direction ot Karl IT. campanlon eterdies on parallel bars. Juniors U .to 18 Pears old, under the direction of Her uian OateHld.v . . . . , . . barbell .exerrfaes, rnarcMog knd poslnr, la-' dies, under .direction of A B. Kinderrater. ii. direction of.xnto.H. Boetbteh . . v. 5..howmg grided work. oa. horizontal hara, pSrellel bari. norses, "ot-tmt-pole.j-aujtuutj Bop. aklo.ad hlKh Jnmplnr. JPfcrJl alrec" tloa of Hani Lehrman and J; & Huchttng. TWO HANDICAP ENTRipS m GO THROUGH FAST WORK, poM Heels and six Shooter ilar greesc it iUe Fair CironhJi and Entk CqTCr Ground 'Ciillyi " t After solos a tnlio sncl VJns-ejsfctlf on th'e oiltr eae of ,te aif qrounds courea last evenlne, really ccrerinB abo'at one' rniia and threc-slxteenllv of ground, Ta kinnlnc thb dUlanca in"2.-5H, Gold Heels PHllesd iip fielfecUy fio&rid and weai td his itaDla in good trim. . ' The VcSrkoiit. waa held, after thel day? Orbsramnie hid iieen finished and waa hill over a track hal w&s. ?elc'o& tha ex'tTrna outer edge-. he Warlt Was watched bV znzmr ,Tveu-Known iraineia. m,ww e""' 4nd aH'KSteea lhat.lt jiroved .that, -ths horsa wllTbe a factor la ihe.ble stake. Six Shooter. and CoJlohadei both mem bers of.th'a, Repesa'. stable, arid the. first mentioned a candidate (ot tha .Worlds Falr.Staka, -were sent a lalle lrt cotnbanr last Wenlns. Blx Bbodter went the dis tance In time .yarlonsly.cailKht from 1:42S to a secoridXa- so slower: The pair were aent oat Wgethe ilia-fatter the sfcttir race; v. Jocker.MelntymhP.ls toTide Bondaite lit tha. stake tVaay;(!rot lh . last feentajr and, thinks lhat his monnt'ls aDfrtbrmer secorid tonone in tbW Sectld4 of the couft- h rfade him Saturday before last,' . he sald.t"and we wop easily. He is In ftood shabe 111 r$oM.&.,.th,MJa,tt hdHa I like to handle; Alter, tho sU&e-.l tVt on his back without a saddld or ; bridle and he waa as quiet, as thojiKb in his sWlV, . , itclfttyre aeeros In good shaped himself ind will doubtless be a strong factor In the racing at the'Iocal grounds. ANADlTAlilTE'S GttEAT PEXQTA. 6yrlhjr to Hl Gb6dj AV'orSi in back Field, thlteji iJelfefiieA Blaes. A iarfeeVrrowd attended the pfelotaBaines at the Jal Alal.frqat'dn, tDe Ballvlere and Klntraburv boulevards, last night.. The flrst.game .was a prolopeed andJirllHant struggle between Baracaldes). a Ahabl tnrtev willtes. ana jjurrjia. rai -asicgu, blues. Thfjopmer team won. ,j to 28, The long returns, of pa4!6ga.4nd Anabl tarte from the tear of the, court were fre quent and prolonged In duraUortf An&bli tarte, who has been In very, hard Juck since he camf to St; Louts, was .In .fine fbrm. He la now. playing the strongest g'aine of any uf tbe "aqueros." as the II '""I"1. ' "' " .13 -J. 1 1 tfrll'"-TgV.'&---fr ij.:t.-if'-. t-iif. We Close Every To take advantage of this $ale, Shop before Six OXIOck to-night. jUr W aej E THE ICAME A STIRRING SUMMER-SUIT SALE!! Beg'ms here this morning at eight o'clock "exceptional" from a standpoint of character and high-grade manufacture, "exceptional" from a standpoint of price at which we are enabled to sell these suits. in, tne ---Coats and Pants comprise Homespuns-in plain and figured effects; Cheviots in stripes, plaids and mottled effects; Coats come in single and double breasted sacks, skeletbn back, quarter lined with Italian, mohair or serge, trousers cut full in the hip and thigh, with belt straps at waist to be worn with or without suspender attachment. Every suit is artistically finished, perfectly fitted and skillfully tailored throughout. "hack men are called lh Spala.. The steady ftSSelb was also on thetop or his game arid rnore thah held his own In the long Barlcald'cs, playing J1V?I1'er".2Ji1JS5i man, did some splendid Bervin& and out played Yurrlta In the. sharp snapf and re turns. Here is where the whites .won. There was no qulnela. that .form of game boW discontinued tor the preaeat. In the second match, of fe poIntTrun and Ibaceta. the Blpcsbeftt the wh'0" Chlqulto Do Eibar and Abadlaho,25 tb. In a very fast game. Trun"s killing serv ce anleneral all-round.work waj Mtml tp that which Vears Bgo won for him the reputation of being the best -diJ?nrfii or inside man. playing tha Sara?, white Ibaceta was sura and strong Jn tne bncX field. AbaoJano played his usual Mrd land earnwt game, which makes him the post popular pelota placer In St. Louis. Four Hundreds vs. Chicago. rf st LoalsT will clay the CMcairo Union Qi- inta. a strong team of .tbe HJKSVffi of two iremes to-day and to-morrow it hmw-On-rParkr Th teSns win have tbe followlns IVwHUnaTta.. Portion. ''.irt jann. Second base T?'fiS5 Swfw.......V.. Lfft field Barton Oreen Third bao ifySB eSSJlII - .. ........Catcher 3lnga Itloticantsin5;.i First base ...-. T2yl2 WTnaoS.."..' Shorutop Tone Crouon .i.Pltcher " Frnnlc Fears Quits Umpiring; .Cincinnati. "O..- June if.-Frank Pears. mem ber d tae Amerlcaa AasoctaUon, baseball staff of "umpires, has reslgned..bls rwlenailon reach tat PresI4eat.Orlllo-,to4ay, An lnjufcd ansie S.the ciSss of Pears-s retirement. His place wul not be ailed. ' . . FOUR PATROLMEN ARE DISMISSED. Splice Commissioners t Itef use to Accept Resignation of Man Ac ctisfed of Making False Ar rest at Brother's.Bequest. Jbur emereencir oa'trolme'n were dls- jnlsscd and Bfiyerl btfiers heayliy fined. hy the Board of Police Cbnunlssibners which met yesterday after a vacation of tbreo weeks. Those d!s,mfssed were: Charles H. Har ris, Central District, , charged with unbe- 6omlng conduct; making a false arrest and tailing 6 appear for trlalj Joseph J. R-an, Ninth District; Intoxication; George Whalen, central District, unbe coming Cond&'c't; and Thomas Carten, Fourth District, intoxication. Harris failed ttf appear for trial, but foiwr&ed Hfsr rbslgnailon. He was dis missed after the testimony of Mrs. Agnes Harris, his sliter-!n-law. and her parents; Atr; and Mrs. Qustave Bucholi o'f NO. 223 Bastqh avenuo, had been heard. Harris's rcase,. It la understood, waa taken before the" Grand Jury; as it Is charged that he made a false affidavit when he was 'ap pointed to the force...,, . Several. freeks ago. Harris went to the Bccholz heme, ani placed Mr. and Mrs, Bucholz and his sister-in-law under arrest. It Is charged. Instead of taking them to ,the Tenth District Police Station, he brought them to the central District Sta tion. .He asked .Lieutenant Mansfield, to lock them up on suspicion of murder; Mansfield refused to do this and released them. -, The testimony; of . witnesses tended ps prbvfe that Harris had made the arrest at the request of his brother. George-Harris, ah employe of the Bt Louis Transit Company. Divorce proceedings -were pend ing between Harris and. his wife at the tlinf, and. It Is salq, were to .have been heard In court H nTt.rfav. Mrs. Owirffn Harris; alleged, that hgr. husband traa mar-J nea ro anotner woman, - Miaor; proceedings .of the board wera as follows: The resignation, of Emergency Special Charles Ambs; Third District, was accepted while under .charges; Emergency Special John Ebemick, Second District, charged, with .entering .a. saloon, waa fined ao:'Fathlman John CahlH.'TVorld'a Fair District, Intoxication, was fined $SQ And cautioned, for the last time; Probationary Patrolman Joseph H. Rohan. Ninth Dis trict, intoxication, was fined CO and repri manded, and Turnkey .Daniel .Keenan". FJfth District, neglect; was reprimanded. MATkaiAii- Ghops pejiper to nltte. Mutton tEbps. Lea &, Perrins' Sauce THE bRSCIAI. WORCifTSTERSHiae iningj For broilecl chops, stealcs, endets, etc., nothing w required, iave butter and oaie. jf tea (iPerrina' Sauce. WheMr panned, add to tbe pavy Ssro or three uUespoonfiihvof Xa( Pemaa' Sauce before pooring it oyer the chcp. ., Saturday Evening MJSSrrn m mkjs mtk.Jm - i THAT 31EAKS MUCH FOR WASHINGTON AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. The story is brief: One of the most prominent high-grade clothing- manufacturers of Broadway, New York (whose name we withhold by consent), closed out to us over one thousand Outing Suits at a price concession which enables lis to place these garments on sale at a figure never recorded annais 01 retail mer- ehandising;in the city of St. Louis, considering the qual ity and character of the garments. These popular Summer Suits 010X9,0.0 hu 6,ooo miles of trots streams and 500 litis. Open ieason, Jane 1 to Oct.31. Some of te ljnest fijimg waten in the State are within it few hours of Denver and Colorado Springs; others are further afield. The scenery and climatic conditions make fishing in Colorado doubly enjoyable: Two tnim k day,Tii the Kocfc Ithnd Sritem, Cbica jo t9 Colohdo. Thro cir ssrrice from St. 1-ouu. Sommer tourist lata June i to , September 3630 for the rouaa trip from Chicago $35 from Sc Lomu ' fallinrnatlpn at tak omce. Cxu or was. F.J.Dsxezx, General Agent, Passenger Dep"t, $03 Olive StrectiSt. Lcils. Uo. WILL FULFILL PROMISE TO WIFE Family bf Carl Herber Will Crfr niateBody in Obedience to , Hia Last Bequest. in the wish of Carl Herber, 40 years old. who died at St. Ahtfibay Hospital yester day .of heart failure; that "his body be In cinerated, is i. sfory showing tie grea love homo by him for his -wife, who died eight years agou . A few hours before her death. Mrs. Herber. who was Hiss Helen "Wolfing before her 'marriage and a daughter bf Charles Wulfihg of No. Zt8 tonfefellow boulevard, expressed the wish that her body after death be cremated. This wish. was carried out by the members of the family, and since that.Ume the mimbers of the family have understood that "when lilr. Herber died hl3 body would fee crema ted also because of a promise made to his wife. True to this .promise, he requested almost with his last- breath that his body be disposed of in tha same manner as was his wife's. . . - . This wish will be carried out There will be only a simple service at the crematory at 3 o'clock ihlsjrfMrnoon; the Reverend .Doctor George It Dodson cf the lAfAyette Park Unitarian Church Officiating, . Carl Herber wdj a native of, West Ba den, Germany, and came to the ..United States twenty years ago with Adolphns rtuscli to work1for him. He remained In tbe employ of the. Anheuser-Busch Brew ing Assoclatlon.tert years. fix 1SH. white on a summer, outing at Mlnnetonka, Mhin., he met Mtes Helen Wulfingi and that same summer they were married at the summer home or. Miss Wulflng's father at Mlnnetonka. Mr. Her ber entered the firm of Gllderhaus, TCulr flng &. Co., wtiolesala grocers remaining a member ot .that firm .until hla death. SlnrA hln vtita'm deftth Mr. Herber and his 8-year-old son, Frederick, have JlvM In Ihe home nf his father-in-law. Mr. Her ber had been In potjr health, for more; than three. Years, but was stricken .with hla final Illness tnreo, weens wo ana waa reuiuvcu to St. Anthony's Hospital, in order that he might have niedlcal treatment con stantly, , ,..,.. . ,. He Is survived by four brpthers-eprge. Eblllp, Frederick and .Adofph .Heroer all of whom,- with Jjls mother. Mrs; August tj.i... ttui in -nrost naiien. Germanv: and one son. Frederlclc .who lives with his grandfathers uoaries yvmnns. at Jeast oa !aci thick arid ntuly trimrfiedj wit aacl JOHN at Six O'clock. Do your buying here before Six O'clock, the closing- hoar. ST. LOUIS." tfi WOMAN'S BeST 1- ANY is A woacAsr'S' BiEtEAST IS A oaJsrcEBii Anytumorjlump.oraoraonthollp, facb o anywhere) six rnohths) Is nearly always Catfoor; They never pain until almost past cural Two Physfciaiis Offer Jll& II fley Fall to Cure Any Single Cancer mtuQu'tKjsHo or yala athalf prteofes SOdars. ..,.. . . - .j Notadoll:n?edbepSI4tintacur9d. , A .As. island shrub orplan makes the cure g the most wonderful dlscorerr oa tth to day. BertbwkoaCAceMeT.ersrJtited free with .tentlmonlala of-rthoas&ad. cured -. saKssscask -iMkvltnm,vantf.att ial A.&ni8iplat4e urcsas .srui. poon glands la-tto arm. ilt..,n'hefi,CRr8 1 often, imsoaalbla apd death comim I In tfclrty.-jesrs wa ltKf.ettxax xaertt lag. HoX-ai or other 9TiMl. ftarA -a nnm-m 1 1 'r! rt tiiin"W tbCuvtsk kA 4L& - Jw aW ot "STRICTLY ttELlABtE." oinc232oii2Q3 . m si, sfanMiVi Senq.tp 3onieono yit& (Aiicer: COCK-BELL'S RECOVERY RAPID Senator May Kof Go Oat 61 boors at Will; BEpDBttC.SPECIAn. , Washington, June lT.-Sena'tor Cockfeti' early this evening assured The, Sepiiblio thaf ha. la ge'ttrii'g along esj- wCti as aSji body possibly could. He iald he is feeling fine-, ahd ill sys tem .Is lw a perfectly .healthy- Icbh'osfiori; which Is cdntMbutlng vety teateriaUy- tii his speedy recovery: He Jal4- 64,6 ptf longer confined to the house, but can go out at Will. - . He is.sp hampered tjy t6S temWrarji uselessness, of his right inn; however, that, be aoea1 not.eare tr so around much as yet, The. Senator remained, taloort to-day., disposing of ..bia correspondence and attending to other matters: pniCAV!0eV Agots, IIIHTOII, V"5"" ink, V "fc A Jjr A-s.&-Mttosasrsjja vvk'W'X if 4 mjzmiFi sannH ' 4 c JF I BP4 V?. if. 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