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'SH'yT"1''' "V 14 THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. JttlY 28. 1904. 'Tsr&vzz? ft, lw SALE TO-DAY! We announce our SHIRT SALE, See Windows for Qualities. THE SAVING: S1.00 values at 79c 1.50 values at $1.15 2.00 values at 1.65 2.50 values at 1.65 3.00 values at 2.25 3.50 values at 2.75 4.00 values at 2.75 4.50 values, at 3.50 The Eepublio Building:, On Olive Street at Seventh. COMPTROLLER PREPARING A QUARTERLY REPORT. Statement of Cltj's Financial Affair to Be Mnde Four Time a Year. Comptroller Tlaycr Is working on a quarterly rernrt to be submitted to the Municipal Assembly, which is being pre pared for the purpose of informing the city's legislators and the public the ex act status of the city's financial affairs in nil of its institutions. Heretofore it has been customary to make reports only at the close of the f&cal year. Under tbo new departure the Comptroller believes the city fathers can keep In touch with expenditures and will also be placed in a position to make sug gestions for Improvement In all depart ments. The report will contain a detailed statc .ment of the cost per capita of food of all I kinds for inmates of the various institu tions. A copy of the cost tr the previous tnrcu months will accompany the quarter ly report, so that a comparison can be rande and reasons given for increases or ilfecrcnres in the cost of maintenance. Felix E. Gunn. the City Statistician, will make n tour of the city shortly to insti tute a uniform method of keeping ac counts to facilitate the accomplishment of the new plan. TWO THOUSAND SCHOOL CHILDREN ENJOY OUTING. We'll Clean Your Watch Satisfactorily and at moderate cost. MERMOD & JACCARD'S, Broadway and Locust. Injuries Prove Fatal. J. C. Schuler of 2300 Benton street died yesterday morning from the effects of a O scalp Hound received on July 19 bv falling from a Jefferson avenue car. At taai time is injuries were not considered serious. ihU Drakt's Palmetto Wint. Every sufferer gets a trial bottle free. Only una small dose a day of this wonderful tonic .nedlcln&l Wine promotes perfect Digestion. Abtlve Liver. Prompt Bowels, Sound Kidneys, Pore. Rich Blood, Healthy Tissue. Velvet Skin. Robust Health. Drate's Palmetto Wine Is a true unfailing specific for Catarrh of the Mucous Membranes of the Head. Throat, Respiratory Onrans. Stomach and Pelvic Organs. Drake's Palmetto Wine cures Catarrh wherever located, relieves quickly, has cured the most distressful farms of Stomach Trouble and most stubborn eases of Flatulency and Constipation: never falls, cures to but cured. Seventy-live cents at Drug Stores for a large bottle, usual dollar sire, but a trial bottle will be sent free and prepaid to every reader of this paper who writes for it. VA letter or 'postal card addressed to Drake Formula Company. Drake Building. Chicago. !1L. Is the oaly expense to secure a satisfactory trial of this wonderful Medicinal Wine. For sale by Raboteau & Co.. ;o N. BroadTay Attention Visitors. -aLV 1 1 1 flUFItlilT LVJIf lUltiilL Hamilton Hotel ICDr. Hamilton and Maple Avtj.) AND COTTAGES. (NEAR THE FAIR.) Rooms Blngl and En. Suite, With Bath. ' 93 to 8 Per Day. Enropenn. IBItrant Cafe, Roof Garden. Mutlc Every Evtning: Suburban, rage and Saiton Cars. i THE XEW 1ST. JAMES HOTEL, -Broadway and Walnut Street, St. Loula. Mo. AMERICAN PLAN....$2.50perday and upward EUROPEAN PLAK....S1 60 -per dav and upward .Market St. Cars to and from Union Station. P. SHORT. Prop U TRED KLOOZ. MET. FOR. WOMEN ONLY We have the molt efficient, bett and only reliable rem edy tor Belayed Periods. It relieves tka moit obstinate complications from any cause In 4S hours, orliot days, without pain, danger or Interference Ith worlc We have brought hanplne.- to hundreds of women and have never known thla rem edy to fall.' You will save tim and failure br wrltlne . k.. rr mftrfirin that lniuro tne neaun and do no rood. Price R.W i by nialL DR R O. RAYMOND RKMEDY CO , Room tl. U ADAMS ST.. CHICAGO. ILL. NOTARY PUBLIC. JOSEPH F. FARISH, . IT. LOUIS REPUBLIC BTJILDIKO. Tel. Bell Main 3018. Klnloch A tl?3. fr PI LES Cured Wlthiut tht Knlft. Tloja and Girls Romp Around nnd Jinn, el nt .Spectacle nt Delmar Gar den Tenchera Marshal Them. Two thousand boys and girls, big and little, white and black, bare-footed and well shod, dirty, clean, tidy and unkempt, romped and played in Delmar Garden yes terday, marveled at the spectacle, "Lou isiana," and enjoyed themselves thorough ly as the guests of the garden manage ment, under the direction of their teach ers, the corps of women who constitute the flu Louis Vacation Playground As sociation. It was just an ordinary outing of the association to the women, but to the boys and girls it was an affair extraordinary. To ride free on the Suburban and Transit cars; to see the big show at Delmar Gar den: to enjoy the recreation of trying the various amusements at the garden, and last, but not least, to eat real cake and drink good, Icecold lemonade, was unex pected, unhoped-for joy. And the children showed It. They stood attentively through the performance of "Louisiana." and laughed heartily at Jokes of which they hardly knew the point. The many colors pieasea tnem ana tne uispiay of each of the various national colors In the last act provoked some applause from them, for the boys and girls were from the Shields' Humboldt. Nledrlnghaus. Du mont and other schools where the foreign element Is considerable portion of the membership. The boys did make some mistakes. They started to sing "America," when the or chestra played "God Sae the Queen." but the sight of the British flag and the dap per, red-coated chorus girls soon quieted their childish voices to an Inaudible mur mur and then to absolute j-'lence. At the close of the spectacle they all Joined lustily In "My Country. 'Tis of Thee," and were shouting and singing when they left the pavilion. Mrs. John A. Greene Is the president of the St. Louis Vacation Playground Asso ciation and she. with a corps of twenty young men and women, marshaled the great crowd of children. The day was an enjoyable one with only stubbed toes and other Inslgnlticant accidents to mar its success. We'll Repair Yonr Jewelry Promptly for a moderate qharae. ' MERMOD & JACCARD'S. Broadway and Locust. T0 remove fruit stands. Street Comniissioner Invokes Aid of the Police. Street Commissioner Varrelman has asked the aid of the police In clearing the streets of fruit vender stands which were ordered removed from sidewalks about the city by Mayor Welle several days ago. Street Commissioner Varrelman's as sistants have been notifying street mer chants to vacate for several days, but the Street Department orders don't seem to have the effect that orders from Police Headquarters have. , Fruit merchants along Third street are protesting bitterly because stands that do not extend eighteen inches over the side walk have also been ordered cleared awny. The ordinances provide that a stand not exceeding eighteen Inches over tbe pave ment can be maintained. South Bend, lnd., Sleeper, Via Vandalia Line, leaves 8 KM p. m. dally. Concert In Benton Park. Maddem's Military Band will give a con cert In Benton Park this evening from T to 10 p. m. Th following programme has been arranged: March Belle of Philippine; stane Overture Orpheus - OnVntmch Bertha Gallant! Waltz E. V. Mclnrjre Gems from The Yankee Conaul Robin (a) Miserere, from II Trovatore Verdi (b) Two-step Hike to the Plkelthlt of the World's ralr) CUypool Village Life In Olden Time Le Ihlere Overture &mlramlde Rctnl (a) lrts Waltzes Quarlcs lb) The American Patrol Meacham Storm Pcene from Rlgnletto Vnll Potpourri The Grand Duchesa Onnba.'h Raliroad Galop Maldauer R ' l y WSTULA, FISSURE, nraKSLEED. IMS. ULCERATION, COHSTIPATION. nnd all Rectal Disease a specialty. Cures tmranteed. Semd for booklet. 8. M. KEY SMITH, SiMlaUst, CMOIrMHnM. LMH.M. UUMiMM The Pittsburg Special, 8:15 p. m. dally, via Vandalla-Pennsylva-nla, arriving Pittsburg 2:15 p. m. next day. "Excelsior In Wao-on Afire. Fire In a wagon loaded with twenty bales of excelsior alarmed pedestrians at the corner of First street and Lucas av enue yesterday afternoon. The damage amounted to $75. The wagon belongs to the F. Burkhart Manufacturing Company, and was standing In front of the com pany's store when the excelsior caught Are. Grand Rapids, Mich., Sleeper, Via Vandalia Line. 8:04 p. m. ' Judge Tracy's Son Get Position. The apointment of Daniel J. Tracy, son of Judge Daniel O Connell Tracv of the First District Police Court, was approved yesterday, and young Tracy will enter up on his auties of clerk in the emergency branch or the First District Court, which will be opened shortly In the vicinity of the. World's Fair grounds. ARREST FOLLOWS RELEASE ON BOND Informations Will l!e Filed To Day Charging James W. Sells With Three Offenses. Assistant Circuit Attorney Hancock an nounced yesterday that he will file In formations to-day charging James S. Sells of No. 1522 Hamilton avenue with obtain ing money under false pretences, forgery and attempting to obtain money under false pretenses. Sells was arraigned before the Court of Criminal Correction last week on charges of obtaining money under falsa pretentcs and bound over to the Grand Jury. He was then released on bond, but was again arrested on the complaint of William H. Loocer of No. 2621 Thomas street, who charges him with attempting to borrow MOO from him under false representations. The plan or Sells, it Is said, was to bor row sums of money from various persons and offer fabulous bonuses for the loan. Thus, If he bonowed MOO he gave, it Is said, a $25 bonus. If he borrowed p it Is tald, he gave a bonus of J10. In addi tion to giving fabulous bonuses, it is al leged that he gave n security for the loans certificates of stock in the A. R. Sells Realty Investment Company. The certificates of stock. If the one In the possession of Assistant Circuit Attorney nancocK is typical, slate tnat the capital ization of the company is J10.000. The fraudulent dealing In the transaction. It Is said, Is the fact that the A. It. Sells Realty Investment Company Is not In ex istence. The Informations drawn up yesterday, which will be filed to-day, obviate th necessity for Grand Jury action, will chargo .Sells with fraudulently obtaining money from Fannie Ryburn, a former em ploye In the Federal building: from George Ar.germueller of No. 1221 North Taylor avenue, and from C. L. Schumacher of No. 143SA Dolman street. He will also be charged with forging the name of W. Henry Sisson. a name which appeared on some of the certificates of stock. It is said. Another information will charge mm wiin attempting to oniain money un der false pretenses from William Loocer. From Fannie Ryburn, It Is said. Sells succeeded In borrowing $100: from George Angermuellcr, $100, and from C. L. Schu macher, $40. The July Ulrthmonth ninjr Of solid gold and prettily engraved with the July blrthflower the "Daisy"; the "Water Lily" for August: price $5. Ini tial or monogram engraving free. The samo rings set with two genuine cut dia monds, for $10 at MERMOD & JACCARD'S. Broadway and Locust. Wrlttor catalog and ring card. COUNTY COURT DRAWS SPECIAL GRAND JURY PANEL Will Meet AuKuat 8, to Investigate Gambling; Crusade Sttirta Fo- Iltlcnl Movement. A panel for the special Grand Jury to Investigate gambling in St. Louis County wus drawn yesterday by the County Court in Clayton. Summonses for the jurors were turned over to Sheriff Hcncken for service and they will be notified to-day. The jury will meet at Clayton August S. It will consist of three members from Bonhomms Township, two from Caronde let, three from Central, two from Mera mec and two from St. Ferdinand. The Jurors irom Bonhommo are August Heege, Oscar Linss and Louis Rott; Ca rondelet, Peter Frederltzi nnd Clinton Hu ber; Central. S. V. Wise. E-J. Wilke and Paul D. Cable; Meramec W. H. Maupin and H. J. Mincke; St. Ferdinand, C. C. liranneskcy and Barney Herbst. Huber is a traveling MJcsman, Wilke a banker and Cable a corporation promoter. The rest of the Jurors are farmers and fruit growers. The gambling games In the county have been closed for more than n week, and it Is thought that there will be but little for the Jury to do outside of making recom mendations. One of the results of the antlgambling crusade is a movement for the nomination of an independent Republican county tick et As far as known only two names have been settled aron by the slatcmakers. pro vided the deal goes through. The names are those of R. Lee Mudd for Prosecuting Attorney and Louis Strothkamp for Col lector. The Democrats have been asked to support the ticket on a fusion basis, and the invitation will probably be ac cepted, although some of the old-timers, like Steve J. Harrfs of Kirkwood. favor the nomination of a straight Democratic ticket. The movement for an-independent fusion ticket Is being fathered by an official in the Clayton Courthouse. Sleeper to Roanoke. Va.. S'14 a. m. daily. Sleeper to Norfolk. Va., 12.45 noon, dallv, via Vapdalia-Pennsyivanla-N. . W. lines. MAY CHANGE NAME OF TOWN. Some Residents Think Ferguson Is Too Sedate. A resolution probably will be Introduced at the next meeting of the Board of Al dermen in Ferguson to change the corpor ate name of that municipality. The movement for a new name Is being promoted bv Mayor Fred Reid and Alder man Lee Atwood, both believing the town should have a gayer name, one that Is not so sedate and that will attract strangers from afar. "What's in a name?" will be the slogan of the campaign for the town's regeneration. Ferguson is named after a person who Is living and the younger and more progress ive have hesitated advocating the change through respect for him. New York Limited. Via Vandalia-Pennsylvania, 12:30 noon. Barber shop, ladles' maid, observation compattment car, etc. Ticket office Sev enth and Olive streets. LIBERATED BY A WOMAN. Mexican Prisoners Escape From Jail at Agua Prieta. El Paso, Tex., July 27. Three Mexican prisoners, charged with murdering and robbing American prospectors in Sonora, have escaped from Jail at Agua Prieta, a border town in Sonora opposite Douglas, Ariz. It is said a woman liberated them after giving the guards liquor with which they became Intoxicated. Mayor Gets Automobile License. Mayor Rolla. Wells took an automobile lleenre at the Citv Hall vesterdav for a new touring car. which he purchased for, his sons. The car is one of the largest nnd. nanasomest venicics or its Kino in tne cuy and Is dark green in color. License No. TOO was given the Mayor. WaahlnKton Sleeper, Via Vandalla-Pcnnylvania. 11:J5 p. m. dally. Arrest Pike "Spieler." Lewis II. Miller, a "spieler" at one of the Pike concessions, was arrested by Po licemen Hugh and McFarland yesterday afternoon on complaint of William F. Stu bler. 12 years old, of New York, who Is staying at No. SC31 Cutes avenue. The boy chnrges Miller with stealing his watch and $1.5T. A warrant was Issued late yes terday afternoon. The boy says that he was sent on an errand by Miller and when he left gave his watch nnd $1 53 as securi ty. When he leturned, he alleges, the "spieler" was gone. , Celebrate Fiftieth Anniversary. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Mount Sterling. HI., July 27. Captain and Mrs. S. D. Nokes celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary to-day. They were married In this county. Mr. Nokes Is 63 years and his wife 67 years old. He served in the Union Army. New York Sleepers, Via Vandalla-Pennsvlvaimi, leave St. Louis dally 8:14 a. rn.. 12:3V noon. 11:35 p. m. Returns to Her Hnabnnd. Mrs, Ch'loe McFedries. the girl-wife of George McFedries of Chicago, left her husband six dcys after their marriage, it is said, and came to St. Louis. He fol lowed her to this city and yesterday she went hack with him. They were married July 13. The World's Grandest Jewelry Establishment Is Resplen dent With the Newest Productions. We invite Your inspection. Solid Silver Toilet Articles We Include in To-Day s Ojffermgs: Cut Glass for New pieces with new designs, but always the same quality English sterling. To-day's worthy specta1 ' : Hand Mirror in our "American Beauty" pattern; t li o illustration shows Hie back of mirror, solid cilvor and French gray finish, beau tifully chased; mirror is 10 inch es in lcncth. Our price. ..$15.00 Vaseline Jar... $2.25 Paste Jar $1.75 Cuticle Scissors $3.00 Cuticle Knife.. $2.25 l'uff Box $C.OO Tooth Brush... $2.75 Xail Polisher... $4.50 Gentlemen's Combs $2.50 Military Hair Brushes, per pair $12.00 We have many pieces of beautiful solid silver suitable for Wedding Gifts. I Other pieces of same design all solid silver: Hair Brush... $ 10.00 Cloth Brush $7.50 Velvet Brush... $4.25 Dressing Comb. $2.50 Xail File $2.50 Shoe Horn $2.75 Button Hook... $2.25 Cold Cream Jar $2.75 Table Service We are exclusive St. Louis sales agents for the largest cut glass fac tories in America we secure the best and sell at moderate cost. These special values for to-day: Cut Glass Water Bottle (Illustrated.) Of flue crystal, per fect cutting and beautifully hand polished a "I.ibbey" production and a very Rood CA nfJ value at 3O.UUi Cut Glass Tumblers To match, as illustrated, rich and deep cutting and hand- poIMied special good values p::.s.,:t..o.f. $7.50 Leather Bags and Purses 1 H fcMVllSlfi fil wsfBn n fl j B Kjn. s iv Cut Glass Cream and Sugar Set Cut in one of Libbey's newest patterns very prettily hand polished nnd special value at, per set.. $6.25 Cut Glass Berry Bowl Exquisitely rut In rich new pattern, a "Lib bey" production, and measures 8 inches across the top special c , value at....40.0 Always the new things in leathers always the best things always at the lowest price. Hand Bag Illustrated is of genuine horn-back alligator in natural brown color, brass trimmings, silk moire lined and litted w ith inside purse and braided leather handle special - price $4-. 75 Flat-Iron Purses Of genuine sea lion. In black, gray and tan. moire silk lined, Inside pockets for cards and bills: size 3't5 inches special at ,$o.50 Pej?fy from Paris Bags Of genuine black sea-lion, with dou ble strap, moire lin ing and gilt mount ings; size 7x714 inch-es-a good .,nn value at. ...&0.lJ Card Case and Bill Book Of genuine black teal combines card caw, bill book and memorandum book. Folded size, 3l4x41.J Inches special value at......... -. .$2.00 Write to-day for our 3.'i(i-page beautifully il lustrated catalog of Diamonds, Watches, etc. Free on request. MERMOD & JACCARD'S BROADWAY AND LOCUST. Our mail order service extends the same ad vantages and courte bies a personal pur chase commands. JAVA fr MOGHA COFFEE OPOUND AIR TIGHT CAN $-1 Hanl6y & Kinsella 60II66 and Spice 60. THREE WI)(ES SEEK DIVORCE. One Says Husband Wanted Her Money to Start Saloon. Anna Padour, who filed suit for divorce in the Circuit Court yesterday, alleges that her husband, Frank, immediately after their marriage, asked her for money nhlch she had earned hi order that he might start a saloon. She says when he refused, he became auarrelsome anil abusive. They were married In Chicago June 14, 1902- She alleged that he deserted her July 6. 19(0. - Mary Rlner charces that her husband, Frederick, drank, -".bustd her and failed to support her. They were married May 6. 1SS8, nnd separated June 4, 1904. Maud Headc alleeen that her husband. William, drank and cruelly treated her. They wera marrie in at. Louis May 11, 1891. and separated July 13, 19W, She says that her husband earns $135 a month, and she asks for maintenance and the custody of their child. " CHINAMEN MAY BE DEPORTED. Pretty Souvenir. New sterling slUer jewelry. In gray, oxydized and rose gold finish, with appro priate World's Fair designs; our exclu sive productions; fobs, brooches, hat pin", scarf pins, medal", etc. Prices 50c to 54 at MERMOD & JACCARD'S, Broadway and Locust. ST. LOUIS COUNTY NOTES. Marriage licenses were issued in Claj ton esterday to Ednard L. Besele of Glen Carbon III., and Lennle M. Lanls of Sum ner, III.; William M. Stltes of Maplewood and Gertrude D. Freer of No 4210 Castle man avenue: Phllln Rahn of Falrmount and Lydla Otto of St. Louis; Ualnh B. Webster of Kirkwood and Nellie V. tasche of St. Iviuis; Walter Reese and Lalla Mor rison of Webster Groves, and to George F. Sayers of St. Louis and Josle Scannel of Caseyyllle. Ilk Charles A. Cunningham of the Board of County Visitors appeared before the County Court yesterday and urged' favor able action on the recommendations made by the board that an assistant Jailer be appointed, and that provision 'be made for the Immediate trial of Juvenile prisoners. A Unlr Grower TliatIa Guaranteed. The Evans Vacuum Cap Is guaranteed to make hair grow. You simply deposit the price of the Cap In bank. We will send you the Cap by prepaid express for a thirty days' trial, and If you are not pleased with the benefits derived the bank will return your money. Call on or ad dress the Evans Vacuum Cap Company, 41S Fullerton building, St. Louis. Cameron to Hnve Waterworks. RCI'UBI.IC SPECIAU Cameron, Mo.. July Zir-The city of Cameron jesterday awarded a Joint con tract for a $39,000 waterworks system to W. W. Corey of St. LouK W. W. Cook tc Son of Junction City. Kas.; J P. At kisson & Son of Kansaf, City, and the General Electric Company of Chicago. Hiram Phillips. President of the St. Ixiiiis Board of Public Improvements, is con bulting enElneeJ. It's in the make, says H. A. Hesse, Tailor. 617 Pine. Hoy linn Over by Wnscon. Daniel Carrell. 10 years old. living at Xo 021 Eugenia street, while trying to boaid an ice wagon at Twenty-first and Walnut streets yesterday afternoon, was knocked down. He was taken to the City Hospital sulTerlng with a lacerated knee and se vere contusions. Immigration Inspector Expects lo Present Cases to Grand Jury. The Chinese exclusion act. against which Vice Commissioner Wong has so often complained. Is to be applied to sev eral celestials now In St. Louis. If James R. Dunn, Inspector of Immigration, com pletes the evidence he hopes to present to the next Federal Grand Jury. Charlie Joe. Wong Wai. Wong Fong and Lee Wong Tong were arraigned before United States Cimmissloner Babbitt yes terday under this act. One of the celes tials claims that he Is a merchant In Wj omlng. another that he was born in San Francisco and the others that they have lost their papers. The cases were con tinued until Monday In order to permit the defendants to secure evidence. This Week's Stationery Specials. 100 sheets of our modern linen writing paptr In gray, white, blue or azure, in Aylesford letter slze, with envelopes to match and stamped with two or three letter monogram. This week only: special at $1.73. MERMOD & JACCARD, Broadway and Locust. H f u'ding ttattontry tantp.tt jrtt. Contempt of Court Charge. An attachment was issued esterday against E. J. Glldersleeve. who was cited to appear in Judge Klnealey's division of the Circuit Court nnd show cause why he should not be punished on a charge of contempt of court in violating an Injunc tion restraining him from dealing In non-transferabla-railroad tickets. It was shown that Gilderjleeve was sick and the attach ment was withdrawn. A citation against J. S. Cook on a sim ilar charge was dismissed by Judge Kin ealy jesterday for want of evidence. PILES NO MONEY TILL CURED. 27 TEAIS ESTtniSRED. Wt tn4 F1EE tii iitlfiM 312-Mp tiutlu n Kin, Flthli u Clium if lk tactin; tin lOt-HfilllM. trtitlu ii Olnam et Womin. 01 Ui IHiiibJi cnr4 kf urall tki, mm lH t cut till cm-i f iralib tbtlr Mint ti tMUcatlm. DRS. THORMTOH ft MINOR, JBgfiVVJSSr&fi SrS Sir Knight Wincoimln and Mlehiican. FISHING AND HUNTING RESORTS. A low rate of one fare plus 60 cents for the round trip is in effect daily from St. Louis via the Chicago and Northwestern Railway to Fond du Lac. Oshkosh. Green I.akc, Tomahawk, Manitowlsh. Woodruff, Three Rlver.s. Eagle River. State Line, Watersmeet. Cisco Lake. Gogebic Lake, Rice Lake. Blrchwood and numerous other cool summer resorts and hunting and fish ing grounds. Hotel lists, with rates, maps and booklets, on request. For slteplng car reservations, rntes. schedules, etc.. apply at Ticket Office, 303 Olive strei t. (Telephones-Bell. Main IftlU, and Klnloch, D 1SU) Seekx to Prevent Sewer t'onnectlon. Benjamin F. Shields applied to the Cir cuit Court jesterdav to have the Oakland Hotel Company and the Sthurmann Con struction Company, restrained from con necting a sewer leading from the Oakland Hotel at Oiklaml avenue and the Claj ton road with his private sewer. "Diamond Jo" steamer passengers to St. Paul, the Northwest and Great Lakes all find best of European plan accommoda tions at Hotel Metropolitan. St. Paul. Tourists" headquarters: St. Louis raper.1-. Current Topics dull Dinner. The regular monthly'Vlinnpr of the Cur rent Topics Club of the Central Y. M. C. A. will be held at the Hamilton Hotel this evening. The dinner will begin at 7 o'clock and the exercises at 8 o'clock. Egypt will be the topic for discussion. AlKlel Ilnmld Aliaza, World's Fair Com- HICK If your druggist does not keep t. address Capudlne Chemical Co., Raleigh, N. O. or W. D. Hoyt, P. O. Box 109, St. Louis, Ho., for free sample. 1-. ET-ZsJ m i) i 42 SHOE Union Marft Done in a Dozen Styles T& Limit in Leather. Get the Book rERTHEFMER-SWART& SHOB Ca CLOVER BRAND SHOEMAKERS St. Louis, U.S.A. K?J' LIQUOR DRINKING, MORPHINE Ceiey 'Ml Xvutle Orm, Ujlni, RsarstHwaJa, Tsktcss aid ClfantK aMsOobs . 7l DR.J.E.BLA1NE, PhyBlcianuriManace 'VUre 2801-3-5 Locust St.. Sr. Louis. Btll Mum. Innut 4St HOMC TMCATMXNT FOB TOBACCO AND RCtflt,tTHIMIl U9 missioner from Kgypt and Secretary of Agriculture at home, will' address the flub. S-innot llauua, an Ugvptlan news paper man. al.o will make an address. DeprrsHed mill Xervoun From Mxcenaive Muoklnjt uml llrinkluK. Horsford's Acid Phosphate, a most val uable remedy for relieving the Immediate ill effects of excessive smoking o- "it Ink ing. It cures the heavy, dull headache, depression and languor, and Induces r-st-ful sleep. To VUII Merelinnts' I'.ii'linnur, Members of the Honorary Board of Phil ippine Commissioners will visit the Mer-chanf- Exchange to-day Doctor Wil son, in charge of the Philippine exhibit at the Talr, probably will accompany the party, as will also Doctor Nlederllen. President II. II. Wern-e will Introduce the visitors, and a response will be made bv Doctor T II. Parde ile Tarera. pres ident of the commission. One of the Fil ipino bands will furhlh music. The doors - - jamr ppBfpafrrompt reller. Cava noonl liny Pl"1f i,KSrniptomneer return jlcoio '", " ",,p!t and permno t conatlta. INnJICTIIIIl tionlCtJ RE . S..1 17 rm. MOlnPIl Write it cantor It, to P. HAROLD HAVES. Bunlo. N. Y of the Kxchanse will be opened to tho public at 1 o'clock. i How refreshing It Is to have the mouth and teeth perfectly clean! Sanltol Tooth Powder will do it. Druggists and dentists keep it. Grrenvvouil Gets Llbrarlunahlp. ItKPUBLIC SPECIAL Kvansville, lnd., July ST. Arthur H. Greenwood of Washington, lnd., has been appointed librarian of the Law School at the State University at Bloomington, lnd., and will assume his duties Septcrmer L He will hold the position for two years, Mr. Greenwood Is a Junior at the State University. HttpCitae Poaltlvelv nnd n-ruanenUy cuwd Send for bouklet. Over lo.oos pittanu cured. Hours 1 tot Saturday and Sunrtar. 18 in L No cay ostll curl W. A. LEWIN. It. D-KX Waablnrton ar. ALWAYS INSIST ON GETTING A BECAUSE RmAf.-B AT U.l . n inilllll,1: 1 WORLD'S rn- Vrnj aie NUT paylns for Mm Hoards. Kance Painting'. ClotSke. fc rco ue"''','! bat for flna Uualltr Havana Tobareo. Kqaal.to Impotent Clears. Hold diract to tfcs vatallar br tas Maaufactarar. T. B. Rica MAC. Co, St. Loals. 1S V 3 A (k ii I A s; H?a: ykMiz&$ .ItfltiiSa -.v j-,,.",.; 1A - ' -:'. t 4S--fr '-J. j'?jt..-JCtti-.4t':?-"-i' ."