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14 THE ST.' LOUIS REPT'TU.TC: FRIDAY, 'AUGUST 12. 1904. TRIES TO ESCAPE FROM DETECTIVES MISSOURI COAL UNO IS LEASED iP dW; bSZauBI 3 (tPi Automobilists, Before You Call Your Trip Complete, Visit the World's Grandest Jewelry Establishment. To-day iuc ocr special values in SplitSecond Timing and MinuteRepeating Watches .1. K. Kt'injjer. Former l'lei-ident of Kansas City Lumber Co.. Ar rested in South Haven. Capitalist.. Serine Ivighi to :.'0 . ().)!( Acie. in Haudolph Count v. WE ARE GIVINO A DISCOUNT ? -V OF EMBEZZLEMENT THE CHARGE. HEADQUARTERS AT HIGBEE. ft. A. T- "I 1 "We til wear clothing, bill only a few of Us know liovv to." lean Hrummtl to lis tii'rt. W Those who know Browning, King & Co. know what good clothes are and how to wear them. For those who don't know us, here is a chance to learn at the very small cost of $12.00 These are our regular fancy Cheviot Suits. Some were $18, none sold for less than $15. Perhaps you would like a new Straw Hat the prices are one fourth to one-half less than formerly. Browning, King & Co., Broadway and Pine. FOR. WOMEN ONLY We have the tnort efficient, best and only reliable rem edy for Delayed I'erlods. it relieves tt mo.t otstlsate compllcatloas from mny cause In 48 court, or 3 to ft da a, without pain, dangtr cr Interference Ith work. We have brooch t happlneaa to hundreds of women and have never known this rem edy to fall. You will aave time and failure bv wiitlnc ta-befuit. t.a.11? medicine that Injure the btelth anl dc no coed. Price S2 0Q bv rnalL DR. R O RAYMOND REHEDY CO., Room 114. 14 ADAMS ST.. CHICAGO. 1VL. NOTARY PUBLIC. JOSEPH F. FARISH, T. LOCIS BEPCBLIC BUILDING. l. Bell Main SOIS. Hloloch A U73. TAPE-WORM rrnlMia ! 0 mlnntal wltn and. or Mfea, NfftrtlrrqQlrrd. 8-ndZciftnipfoH4-pezeBo,k. Wat. f 1 DMllUi OpCUKim, WW UUTB Dl- Ob AOOit Jl" I QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES RINCEN STOVE CO gs:-H:.i:wj;wM is your OPTICIAN? We would like to be. No chars for testing your eyes ana giving ad Jee. Satisfaction guaranteed. , GLASSES FllOM fl.oo UP. HYATT'S OPTICIANS, JH N. EIlMh SU Opp. Prat Office. lass-j Elgin, Waltbim and Hampden VJafakat Fitted In 20-yur DueDsr TlllCieScuei. anr l.IO nil either open or cloted 4IU.UU Watch and Jewelry Repairing at icwwi pners. Zerweck-Frecti Jewelry Co., WJ N. Sixth Ft. Will of Mrs. E. A. aiackaj. Sirs. Euphrasie A. Mackay, by her will Med for vrobate yesterday, left 51,000 to Caroline Runyan. daughter of Van L. and Euphrasle Kunyati, J1.000 to Ellen Nilland, and the rest of her estate to her broths-. 'William H. II. Pcttu. whom she named executor without bond. The will tu ex ecuted June 27, 1S99. Ilobued of IJt'O In &aloun. Robert D. Cook, 27 eara old. of Mont pcller, Vt., was robbed of $70 in a saloon on North Sixth street Wednesday night, T.hlIo playing for drinks. Coolc, it is said, pulled out his pocketbook when a man who was standing beside him snatched It from his hand and ran out the front dcor. aw . mm& EURKCI EssaVVlEsBfirSvli Capiidinc Chemical Co, Raleigh, N. C. . , Siis: Please write inc full directions for using jour Capudlne for Indi gestion. 1 ixm beginning use of it on recommendation of a brother conductor, who has suffered with terrible headaches and indlgettlon for cars, and has lost a great deil of time from It. He says this Capudlne has done him more good than all doctors' medlelno and other remedies combined, and as It has Always cured my headache I wish to try It for Indigestion. An early rep.y will grcallv oblige. , J. P. Stewart (ConductortPlant Sjstem Ry. , Wajcros". Ga.. August 1. 1903. " 20 PER GENT On our entire stock of LOW SHOES for men and women, all this season's styles, TANS and BLACKS, and the finest products of American She Making amd many lines yet urn broke m A bargain worth your while. FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY A SPECIAL CUT. SSO pair. Men's Box fnlf and Patent toll Oxford. thl eann'a atilri- n.-nrlj nil aire, anil ninth l unit .:;..-,o CUT TO $2.50. 17. pnjr-i 11n" I(rn Lenlher Oa funl I lei hrokvii nirvn it, Rn,l f I CUT TO SI.95. J. pair Ladies' I'nlcnl Leather and Kill Oiford nn.l Colonial Tlr liroken sire IS-D K.t.30 and "5 CUT TO SI.50. -IHI Mianr.' Inn, Ince and Mnck bid button nIzcs (broken) 11-2 aZ.SU nml .! CUT TO 98c. mm SHOE CO, 311 North Broadway. NEW COTTON PUNT MAY REVOLUTIONIZE INDUSTRY. Got eminent Expert draft a Specie. Said to lie Able to He. lit the Boll Weevil and Itoot not. SEPTRLIC s-tecial. Washington, Aug. 11. If the expectation of experts of the Agricultural Department are realized, at the end of the present sea son the cotton boll weevil will have been dealt another hard blow. The experts think they hae dc eloped a plant hardy enough to withstand, not only the ons aught of tlj wceil, but to resist "root rot" and tho many other disease-) that attack the white The new- plant, with 125 other species of cotton, is now under cultivation nt the department exiwnment nation in Texas. nether the plant will come up to the ex pectations cannot be told until the cotton season is done and an opportunity has been gien to compare results. The plant Is the result of die years' work on tho part of Herbert J. Webber, Chief of the Laboratory of Plant Breeding. He selected eeeral plants of dliferent spe cies, and, by a process of grafting, devel oped the piant which he now thinks will bid dellance to the boll weevil and nil dis eases of tho cotton plant. He first selected a ligh grade of cotton, nnd by assiduous researcn found several plants that would resist certain dls;ase. inzee ne grauca and has continued so do ing for the last five jeara, alwajs selecting some plant having certain resisting quali ties. It is Impossible to tell whether the cotton from the plant so developed will he of as line a quality as that now grown, but If it is. another step will have been taken toward the extermination of the uinereni pesis. Dalntr Walit IMn Set., Solid cold, medallion design, three small and one large pin. J1S, at MKItMOD & JACCARDJ5. Uroadway and Locu't. RICHARD E. EVERETT BURIED. Funeral Services Conducted by the Eevereud C. M. Daris. The funeral of Richard E. Everett, an Insurance agent nnd member of the St. Louis Club, who died suddenly last Mon day evening, took place from tho under taking parlors of George N. Lynch, No. CK2 Olhe strset, at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The service, were conducted t-v the Jtev erend C. M. Davis, dean of Christ Church Cathedral. Many floral pieces and cut flowers were contributed bv friends nnJ fellow-clubmen. The interment was made in Bellefontalne Cemetery. The pallbearers were H. C Twi";, H. A, Morsman. D. G. Dvan. SI. R. Collin". W. P. Hudson. It. E. niley, C. Normin J01.es and Henry Ames. The postmortem held over the body re vealed that diath resulted tio-a valvular disease of the heart. No tiouble to seeure good housemaids If u advertise in The lb-public, fourteen word i less l"c. All druggists take ads for The Kcputllc. Ran Away From Home. Parker Ball. 13 jears old. who sajs that he ran away from his home in Arkansas last Saturday, was found asleep in a street car near the State's entrance to the Fair ground", at 3 o'clock yesterday morning, bv an employe of the Transit Company who turned him over to Foliceman Bock. The lad hay that his home Is near Slloam Springs. Ark. He was barefooted and poorly clad. ,rcnawiifliHHim Including Monthly Head aches In Women. Brain Fatigue. Nervousness, ex haustion. Indigestion ard Sour Stomach. Neuralgia and Rheumatic Pains. All Liquor ana -jouaccu n.- gg; Declines Xo Punishment Can He Meted to Him for Taking I."..001. as He Is Kn- titled to It. South Haven. Mich.. Aug. 11. J. n, Reingrr. forimrly president and treasurer of the Itcinqcr Lumber company or Kan sas City. Mo., was arrested here tn-cla.v on a warrant charirini? him win, t.,. .,. bczzlemcnt of 511,,0 f,om the lumber com lany. The r.rret was made bv Chief SIcGregor. or tne local police, and a Kansai fit de tective who has b"en pursuing Reiner since July 27, v hen. it is alleged, the em lxzzlcinent was discovered and lUinger deil. Keiiiger refuted to go to Kiin-xii City without requisition and is m Jill here awaiting the result of negotiations for the necessary papeis. Rclnger declared tint no punishment could be inflicted upon him for his ulliged embe-zlement. Up f.ijs that he was "tile whole thing" in the K inger Lumber I'om pany, and that he aeted upon the advice of hi lawvers in taking the money that he is alleged to have embezzled and that be was on his waj back to Kansas City when arrested. Reinger made an effort to escape wh'l-j ..i. w.,.vi5 Mt-i,. iHKing nini 10 jail aim l'i the scuffle that ensued Detictlve John Hay. the Kan-as city officer, was thrown and Injured his knee. OPERATIONS IN KANSAS CITY. Kansas City. JI... Aug. 11. J. A Keiiiger is president of the Reingrr Lumlwr Com pany and haa been missing about two weeks. The day after his disappearance application was made mor a receiver for the compan.v, and It. 11. Estill was ap pointed. Reinger ramc to Kansas ("itv about a vear ago from Kscanaba. MUli". and or ganized the Mothcr-Kciuscr Lumber Corn pan), which was ue-eceded a few months later by the Reinger Lumber Companv, incorporated with J. n Ring, r as presi dent. A Kansas Citj detective left to-day for South Haven to bring Reinger bjek. IEAUTIFUL ART GOODS From the Land of the "ItlsInK Mm." Posvlbly the choicest selection cv.r brought to Amerha. and iindoubt'-dly the llncst ever sC.-. jn st Iiiii". Is now- on "xhlblt at Jlcrmod & Jaccard's on their art balcony. Vates, Pin Travs. Jewel Cases, etc.. in Japanese Cloisonne and Satsuma ware, tho work of the wonderful little people of the Flowery Kingdom. One piece especlallv beautiful and priced ex ceedingly low is a fine foot vase of Clois onne, on a hand-carved teakwood ba!-e. standing In all over sk feet, one of the Grandest pieces ever produced; price 247. Other pieces from J1.73 up. Here, also, arc the importe-d and domestic art potteries. Bast India wares, etc. All lovers of the artistic, strangers here visit ing the Fair and citizens, should avail themselves of this opportunity nnd sea this display. Mermod & Jaccard's is on the corner of Broadway and Ieust street. -haaeeamDlscmfwy shrdl cmfwjp cmfwjp MUST PAY DURING VACATION. Government Appointees Get No Mileage for Their Trips. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Washington. Aug. 11. According to a decision of tho Comptroller of th Treas ury, rendered to-day, an officer of the Government, on vacation. If recalled to the seat of Government bv his superior on official business, must conic, and he must pay his own expense. Commissioner of Corporations James R. Garfield is the subject and victim of the decision. He was spending his vacation at his home In Slentor. O.. when ho was called to Washington for the purpose of a con sultation by Secretary Sletcalf. He came and returned, and then presented a claim for expenses. The disbursing clerk of the Department of Commerce and Libor de nied the voucher, but then, in orJer t" setlte the matter, asked the Comptroller for an opinion. In settling the matter, the Comptroller says: "Mr. Garfield went to Slentor admitted ly for his own convenience, and was for the time being residing there for his own convenience. Therp is no law which recoa-nlzes the rlaht of flip lie.nri nf a bu reau to absent himself from the duties of his office on vacation, and if he 1 al lowed to do so by his superior officer, it is merely lor nis convenience, and his su perior officer exercises no right to deride where he may spend his vacation And if tl-p public exigencies: require his pres ence at hi? official station, while on sreh vacation, he must return there at hi own expense." Iiepalrlas of Fine Watches And Jewelry a specialty. F. W. Drosten, Seventh and Pine. KANSAS INDIANS' AWARDS. Kaw Commission Adjusts Claims Against Government. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Washington, Aug. 11 The Kaw Commis sion, composed of Slessrs. William C. Braly, Charles J. Groseclos and Edward B. Fox, selected by Secretary Hltchcoclc in 1902 to investigate Into the claims cf tho Kansas Indians against the Federal Government, to-day made public their re port, which shows nn award of $1m.j7618 in favor of those Indians. The different items of the award follow: Interest paid on the dlffeient classes of scrip, J12a,412.M; overpayment to Stevens, n,.14.60; difference 111 Interest on $Clw di verted from trust fund, $10.704 21: en ac count of defalcation of iecelver. f.8.i: im properly carried to surplus fund and not reapproprlated, KZ. Total. S161.KW fC. Balance due the United States, x3.ra.v7. balance due the Indians, sl53.87t; sS. The original chum of these Indians amoanttd to RW.oll. Former Governor Samuel J. Crawrord of Kansas acted as their attorney In the ne gotiations with the government. III. Birthday Gift Will be much appreciated if it's a ring set with his birtbstone moonstone for August solid gold mountings, C30 and up. SIERMOD & JACCARD'S, Broadway and Locust. Woman Jaumps From Train. r.EI'UBUC BPBdAU Dallas, Tex., Aug. 11. Sirs, llirochiield, wife of a business man of Shrevcport, J-j., while going to Slineral Wells. Tex., icr treatment. Jumped from a passenger train on the Texas i.nd Pacific road to-ilav fix miles west of Dallas, and was --o badly in jured :hit she died In a hospital in Dallas three hours later. Minister'. Son Fatally Unrt. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Dallas. Tex., Aug. 11. Thomas J. V.'alnp, Jr., the son of the Reverend T. J. whine of Dallas, fell off a. bridge Wednesbi night and crushed his skull. He died I-i a hospital to-day. Excellent laundresses may be secured through Republic "Want" Ads. Fourteen rnrd.'Or lea Wc, at anr drug store. Price J'.iid for Lease $lJtMMM)H. and .Mud. -iii Machinery Is to He Kiertcd at Once: -Macon Yield Palm. REI'L'BLIC JSITCIM. IligVe Mo.. Aug II The biggest coil land deal in the blstorj of ilisnurl an 1 P-rhaps m all the Vt has Just been consummated here, and on Monday of this week .1 1 irgp force of m'n was put to work "inking shafts half a mile east of Vatc. on the Chicago and Alton Rail road. The land lies 111 one bud, extending nine miles eat and we-st, and ranging from three to five miles north and south It embraces 2o,"eAi acres. Tho purchasers are New York and St Iiuis capitalists, and the price paid was in tho neighborhood of J".'"1"). Tlire. railroad' the Chlcigo and Alton, tho Mis souil, Kans.is and Texas, and the Wa bash traverse the terrilorv. The work of securing options from the "armers was begun last Starch. Store han 24 1 iu-1 01 ntrs had to be seen and contracted with for their eoal rights. Tho opeiators will incorporate under the name of "The Randolph County Coal and -Mining Companv," and proceed to fink hoisting shafts and erect operating works on all threw of the roads mentioned Elec tricity wf Im. used for drilling, hauling the coal ears, ami lighting the entries The prospects show tliu coal veins will run from three and one-half to four nnd one-half fet in thickness, anad that coal is of cxeelKnt quallt iligbee will be the htadquarters for the new concern The deal was conducted bv W. B Slur Jin, president of th Black Diamond Coal Companv of Ibvifi. Previous: to his trans action tho largest coal land sale In .Mis souri was that of Thomas E. Wardeli of Siacon, to the Kan-as and Tetas Coal "ompanj. This deal embraced lii.tv) acre:, of coal land In Siacon and North Randolph counties and was made in 150. Tho Kansas and Texas's development of this land Immedlatcl) shot Siacon far ahead ot all oth.r counties In the Stat" as a coal producer a position it his ever flnce held, but will probably loe vvhen the new concern in Randolph County gtts fairlv under waj NAME EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Harness ManufactuieiV Associa tion A 1111 01m civ Vice Presidents. After the adjournment of the national comcntion of the JIurucs Manufacturers nnd Dealers' Protective Association the to lowing rJxccutUe Committee was appoint ed by the newly elected president, George Gamuck of fct. Louis: John U. Schaaf, Pred Schcll, Jr., Herbert Gerhardt-. Gua KItzcr and John B. Schaaf. Tho follow lug icc presidents of locals wtrsj named: J. M OttrbachT, TVVlIInston. O . CharU ;j Meker Frederick, Mil . John l'alg, Lsi irgtur. h . J K. iloffett, Maiertonn. N 1 , 1 Martin Ottawa, O; J A. Krltknon. I liiuj. J'la . ill la in l Hchltln. IJlrmlnghain. Ala I. I" N'hn-itrr. bheffleld. I'a ; A. IJechk, lirand J.apMs. Allnn., K. Weber, adnntllk, Jnd IE M Lint,ltr. I'aola, Ind.; J 1 Ward Kenyan Citj, Mo , Joseph A. Ani iiianti, W ltkebarre. Jn., IL 11, Cox. Mnlth llelJ. W h; J A Abncr, Igo, D . U K llursctt, Sfarltte, Mich , rrank Lohn, Free ;ort. 111 . Theodora Hlpklni. bvracufp, N. T : Joeih I 'opp. Chariot on, W. Va . (leorg C. L.utz. ('aftkfr Clt, Ka. , Theodore Koch, Se tUln4 Tpx . F. U. O'Kone. bun Franrisco, Cal., Kdward Ilabe, Rocheilvr. N. V.. K 1'. Ilan ntflih, Oikat;or 111 . John Zatnan, Mllnaukf . Q olz. Indianapolis, Ird . W llllaii Te tTF, Luffalo, N Y . tJeorse Martin. Detroit. Mich . H i Mftbaugh, Columbus, O ; J. K. Munlot. Now OrIan. Ia.; Henr Rosenthal, St. IjOuJ'. Mo , Conrad fctark, Portland, Ore., Hi. hard lole, rmburp, l'a,. and Jacob Ulo dell0, Kansas Clt, Ka?. PREPARING FOR RECEPTION. Irish Loagtie Names Committees to Meet John Redmond. At a meeting of tho Central Council of the United Irish League at Trimp's Hall, Gaston and Grind avenues, last evening, to prepare for the reception to De uivon to John lledmond. chairman of the Irish Par liamentary party, and his colleague, wno will Nit this city next month, the follor, ll.K committers were appointed Committee on Il.ill John I'. Leahy, Ed ward uevoy, Vincent .vic&nane. Programme Committee Doctor P. T. Cunningham. J. A. Lnvin. JI. W. Murphy, n.mnuct Committee Edw-ird Devov. John P. Leahy. Frank Donovan, Doctor P. T. CunninRh..m. Doctor .. urnay, John J. Lane, J. A. Lav in. Cantain Thomas V. Li don will hive charse of the military ccort. An invita tion was extended to all Irish and par.sh societies to partieipate In the reception. A Pretty Sonvrnlr Will be appreciated by the friends at home. A "plendid a3ortment. In china, solid silver, gold, etc., from 25 cents to 6, at MER.MOD & JACCARD'S. Broadway and Locust. TO ATTEND ENCAMPMENT. Kaiisom Post Will Depart for Boston at iXoon To-Day. Ransom Post. St. LouIf, G. A. R will leave St. Louis at noon to-day for Boston to attend the national encampment Fifty men will go on a special train in charge of Commander T. D. Kimball. Hassen denbcl Post. In charge of Comm?nder Hu bert Munchcraft, with twenty-five men, will depart to-night. Frank P. Rlalr Post of thirty men will go to-morrow. Accompanying Kansom Post will be Thumbs 1$. Rodger. .ipsltant adjutant general, and Department Commander JerrVi T Dew of Kansas Clt. A car of indiv idiul members of the G. A. R. from Kansas City will Join the party here. Pat Commander-in-Chief Judge Lo Rassleur and Major General P. J. Oterh ins will go with Itlair Pct. Les than 15 men from 3ilssourl will participate In the Ron ton encampment, because of the attrac tion of the W01 Id's, Fair. Decialon Polpone.l. Having devoted the morning to attend ing the burial services of his former fiiend. Senator Vest. Judge Roger of Arkansas, who is holding the vacation term of the United States Ditiict Court, announcisl vesterday that he had not taken up the papers in the ticket brok ers' Cases and would nut bo ab.e to hand down a decision until to-day or to-morrow-. Engage j.our services to a responsible firm. Put an ad In the "Situations Want ed" columns of The Republic Fourteen words or less Zc. Any druggist will take jour ad at this price. To Celebrate Emmet Memorial Dar- At a meeting of tho Irish National Al liance Wednesday evening at Phoenix Hall, Jefferson and Cass avenues. It was de cided to hold the Robert Emmet Memo rial celebration in Calvary Cemetery on Sunday, September 25. The anniversary proper falls on August 20. but the Sunday before or after that date ha always been elected. The committee having the ar rangements In charge promise to make this celebration the most Impressive of any held In America They will meet again on next Tuesday evening to perfect arrangements. Kvery watch in our Isirse oillecliim i lUpeiiilntile. durable and st.vl ih. I'voiy c:ie and every movement ..-nries! vvjtli it our Registered Warranty. That our ctiflcctmii of vvatdio i eMraordiiiarily complete may be. judged from the. ramie of prii iv $5 to $1,695. We nre distinctive leader in line timeiiieec Today and Sntiinlay ne are olTerini; sptei.il allies in lnifli KMtle split ei owl and iiiiuute-ie-pi'.'i till"; vvateiio. .-specially u-eful for timiin: spcci.-il event. See our fleiitleman'.s line minute-H-piMliti- watch :it $225. We are sole agents In St. Louis (or tho celebrated Patek-Phillipe & Co. watches--the best in the world. Prices rans;e for (ioutleiuen's Watches, solid sold from $130 to f.860. . Ladles' Wale-lie. Mlid sold, $110 to $300. Ladies' Minute-Repeating Watch exceptionally tine, U k .lid Rold he.ivv- huutins eas" polished or ;.itin finish. Pull Jewelei adjust' d move ment, visible pallet Ilregnet hair sprlntr. exp.iiisnm lvilanee and pit ent regulator, lncludini; beautifully encraved monofiram Special Price . $400 Beautiful Diamond Jewelry Our artii workmen luue formed iiiiinv nltojretiier new. original and exelu.ivo rival ions in diamond jeweliy for both ladie and izentieiiien. Kverv itni is beautifully rut. tin mount ings are platinum and fjold all air liaudiuade. Xo uch elegance no such exeliiMveiie.!- no .siicli varietv ever ihown befoie. Sleeve Links, solid jrold liorso head dfisn. be.iuliful dm inonil sv-tlini: $18.00 Pendant of solid cold, four-leaf clover m lmrsscsliee deii;ii, .set with 10 i-iinl and iliuinoiiil center $29.00 New Automobile 5carf Pin. .et in eluster of diamond. This piece ha esi-eptionnl ment-ns-k to ec it... $100.00 Our very large collections embrace numerous other desirable articles. CHAINS, KINUP. CHATKLAINL'S. li:MANTJ, roi;?. HP.AcnixT.-. xl'cklagi:s. stud?. I5UI.T TINS, l.UKUNXTTKS, AIGRETTES, UU'ITONS Call cr vit lie to-day or large and beautifully illustrated Catalog mailed free en application. Mail orders for any article in our establishment receive our prompt attention. MERMOD & JACCARD'S BROADWAY AND LOCUST. DECLARED OF SOUND MIND AND FREE TO MARRY. n enllct of Jury, lleurj Mrnkc of Fericuson I Able t. Mhii- Ke Eatnle. That he might bo free to marry the gnl of his choice, Henry Menkc of Ter BU'On yesterday nppeared before a jury In tho Clayton Probato Court to undergo an examination touching upon his mental condition and ability to manage his own estate. Nearlv two jear ago Menl.e was de clared of unsound mind by a jury 111 the Prolmte Court and incapable of mina Ring hi own affairs. Thl was immedi ately after he had inherited an estate valued at SJOiO. His unele. I"red lUncert. was apointed his guaradian. and for a time all went well, -vieiiKe oemg upiai-e-ntly content to leave matters in statu quo. About three months ago he met Mis Marv Klssner of Blue Mound. Ill Imme diatelv his mental condition improved. He Joined a church and became a member of Its choir, and now longs to have tho guardianship removed so that he will be competent to enter into a contract ot marriage, and also In order that he might have the estate with which to provide himself a home. Ten days ago Menke underwent an ex amination before Judge Wurdeman. "who was not satisfied that he vva entirely cured, and refused to grant his petition. Immediately thereafter Menke filed anoth er application and asked for a jury. About twentv witnesses were heard yesterday and t"he cas went to the jury shortly after 6 o'clock. After being out for three-quarters of an hour thh jurv decided by a vote of nine to three that Menke was sane, and he Is now free to marry. Correctly Eneraveil Visiting cards 51 for 100 cards fioin plale or 1 cards and plate (script). 51.M, at MERMOD & JACCARD'S. Broadway and Locust. FRANK LEE IS APPOINTED. Made Assistant District Attor ney in Indian Tenitoiy. Ri:runL.ic special. Washington, Aug 11. The Attoiney Gcncr.il to-day appointed Hank I.ee of Hugo to be Assistant District Attorney for the Central District ot the Indian Ter ritory. District Attorney Wilklns has been here for several days endeavoring to s..ture the appointment of an additional assistant. Attorney Johnson of the Southern Dis trict has also made application Tor the appointment or an additional assistant. Roth uttornejs claim that, with two Judge holding court in different portions of the same district at the same time, it Is Imposible to conduct the work of their offices with two assistants, and that an other Is absolutely necessary. SEQUEL TO CUBAN MARRIAGE. Husband Seeks Divot re on the Ground of Desertion. Samuel S. Gaine3 filed suit for divorce in the Circuit Court yesterday against Ene Rigual y Gaines, to whom he was nur- CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. Thi Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signature of m& Gentlemen's Split - .Second Chronograph, illustrated. Fine ll karat solid cold hunting case, fitt .1 with split- ( eond chronograph, start stop and II hi. K splits and (.itch. 3 up bv butt' 11 at Mdn of p. ndaiit. Fir. li ner hair spring .'-;o inloii Uil.tu'e 1 Wible pallets, jewels in solid gold settings Special Price $195 Scarf Pin in lieielioe oisn. pl.it mum muuiitinir, .set witli 17 elione diamvnd $58.00 Scarf Pin. horse iie.id d-i-rn. .showing; bridle nnd liit, 1 luster f di.ituemd.s settinc .$70.00 Brooch, N,lid cold, set with peat I and large diamond in center $46.00 Brooch in triple Mar design, pretty setting onitint; f diamonds and peail..$ 110.00 To every sufferer of Hay Fever, no matter of bow long standing', we have this to say: IF THE BENSONIZER SYSTEM DOES NOT CURE YOU IT WILL NOT COST YOU ONE GENT. No room for argument in thit. We know we have the cure and are willing to back up our knowledge with our money not yours. Investigate the BENSONIZER at once. Call or write for particulars, booklet, etc TNE BENSONIZER ried at Havana, Cuba. March 4, 1W1. They lived together in the cities) 0f Quemados and Mantua, Cuba, until about September I, 1WJ. He charges desertion. Kntherian M. Appcl alleges that her husband. Atto, staed away from home at night and complained because their child was a g!rl. She also charges fail ure to support. The couple were married in St. Louis. February 27. ISol. and sepa rated September 11'. 1,''J3. She asks for the custody of their child. Mar Lucas alleges that her husband, Edward, deserted her in January, 1901. They were married In St. Louis, July IS, l'. She asks for the restoration ol her maiden name, Murray. Flora Wright alleges that her husband, Burk, deserted her May 1;, isos. They were married April 14, IDOL William Halllday charges that his wife, Jennie, took tin Ir household goods and deserted him. They were married in St. Louis In December. iSto, and separated In August, VJffl. He asks for the custody of their two children. Charlotte C. Haa. alleges that her hus band, Cyrus, treated her with cruelty. They were married in St. Louis. Novem ber 2j. 1S9J. and separated Juna 4, linl. She asks for the custody of their three children. Mlnnio Glllering alleges that her hus band, Nicholas, deserted her February II, 1W1. They were married In St. Louis, January 1G. 1WL She asks for the resto ration of her maiden name, Siebert. W. II. Bornmann charges that his wife, Lizzie, deserted him June 2. litrj. They were married April S. las. He asks tor the custody of their child. Emma A. Cornwcll alleges that her hus band. Thomas, knock. d her down, stajed out at night and deserted her. They were married at Waukesha. WR, August 7. 1R9J. and separated December 22. VM. She aks for the restoration of her maiden name, Collin. 1'i.rvTnnl Boillr of Wreck Aletim. The bodies of Oliver It. Meats of Cay ton. 111.. Hugh McCracken and Robert Positively and fM-rmanenliy cured Snd for Baturdav and Similar. 10 to X. No Day uatll TBtuSSibSusG ALWAYS INSIST ON GETTING A BECAUSE "iiiuiiu: You are MIT paying tor U.li Hoards, re bat for an aualllr llaraaa Tobaeco. to u rattaus-r vr vna Majnttacvorsr. m. aw Scarf Pin, intermsation point design, set with Ivvo I.irjze and chteter of Finall diamonds. $135.00 Scarf Pin, hnrselino dein. .".T beautiful diamonds M,-t in plat inum $225.00 Automobile Brooch, platinum mounting-. .l solid ivitli dia monds and ruby in each lamp: Price . $300.00 CO., BeMsoalitr BUg.. 417-419 N. Serialh St. St. Lorn It. &24.QO BOSTON XSU ItETUItX Vis. BIG FOUR AUG. 12-13-14 Return September 30, by Extension, Stopover nt Maitara Fall. .New lurls Cltr. WnahlnKton ana other point at lif(litly higher rate. Choice of route and cheap side trip. TICKET OFFICE.: Hrumlvrav and Chentnnt. Union Mntlon, WurliTs Fair tlronnd. Price of Aurora, III , Miss Ella Stevens of Northampton. Mass . and Miss Jlarv Prlce of La Salle. Ill . who lost their lives In the recent wreck on the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, near Pueblo, arrived at the Union Station yetcrday morning and were afterwards foi-Torded to their homes. A special car carried tha relatives of tho dead. booklet. Over lO.OOt patient cured. Hours 1ft to E. Cured. W. A. L.EW1N. M. D .604 Wublnctoa ? HALB AT WORLD'S FAIR. nee Palatine Clocks. a rca Ueals, els-. Kqaal to Impotent Hears. Sol auras! jucs au CO-, St. liomia. ""-"-V.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.BnW ?-iS:-i-yr;-ysi- ,fs, "v iu-s.i' . - -"-.. ... -1