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'. Tfi - THE ST. LOUIS KEPTTBTJIO: THUKSDXY, NOVEMBER 10, 1904.'. i, i lifuiiui pnnnni uiu irrno nuiinunp mtmmammaammmKKmmKBKtmKmm rr M -. ft I w ? I IT $ H t K, I; . Q a m & te K te f if . n UHRH ObnUUL MRI KUro U AMURUO Young ' j .sBBaMBsaBak. WmmmmJSW i At wB mEB Washington Are and. sixth St. TrIE amateur cocktail mixer is a greater borelhan the amateur cook. If you like to serve a cocktail that makes a man smack his lips in delight dont mix it yourself. GOLD LION Cocktails (ready to ice) never vary. COLD LION Coclu3 Sera irrA Manhattan. Vernon. Whale?. MtrtJm, Tern Gin, Dry Cm tod die America Of good wine merchants The Cook & Bernheiner Co, Maker, New York J. F. CONRAD GROCER CO, GENERALS MILES AND 5 WHEELER IN THE CITY. Distinguished Soldiers Come to Vlilt the World' Fair and Meet -i Friend. ,B; t singular coincidence. lieutenant General Nelson A. Miles and Brigadier General Joseph A. "Wheeler. United States Army, arrived In St. Louis yesterday morning within an hour's time. Nlther knew the other was coming, and each showed his pleasure and surprise when they met in the lobby of the hotel about noon. General Miles' arrived on an arty mornlrig train from Ohio, while Gen eral Wheeler came In about an hour later from his home in Alabama. General Miles had en shown to his room before General. IVheeler reached the hotel, meet ing .liter at the mall desk, where they ublc hands and chatted for a few mln- 'Wes. 'i "General Miles is still a young man and brilliant soldier," remarked General Wheeler after the former had taken his departure. "He has lived a soldier's Hie, and to the rugged campaigning of the frontier I think Is due his splendid health and magnificent physique" irGeneral Wheeler also is looking remark ably well, and stated that be was enjoy tar the best of health. When asked If he came to visit the World's Fair. General Wheeler said: 1 have a twofold object in coming to St. ouis at this time. I have not seen ' the World's Fair, and wanted to spend a few dayk here viewing the Exposition, but came Juit at this time to attend the meet ing of tne Board of Fortifications to-morrow. Some new guns have been tested re Toast" the brilliant beauty ot 7 out lady In a brimming, spark ling bumper ot Gold Seal America's Best Possesses a pungency, bouquet and spark ling bead equaled by no other. All. the delicious qualities of the French product at half the cost. Special Dry for the ladles Brut for the connoisseur. GOLD SEAL is In evidence at all first-class hotels and cafes in St. Louis and on the Exposition grounds. Sea our exhibit In Aisle B. in. the Agriculture Building. Sold by all leading gro cers and wine merchants, Urbana, Wine Company, Urban. Ttow York, Sole Maker. . Jos. H. Schroeder, HORSESHOER, 08 N. Fourteenth St., St Loiis. Between Franklin Arm. and Morgan St. Phone D 969. FOR. Wf MEN ONLY W have, the suu efficient, but and only rtllabte rem edy for Delayed -Pwlooa, It relieves the moat otxUB&t complication, rrom an7 ohm In tt boon, or J to 4 dan. without pais, danirer or interference with work. We have bronst happlDeu to .hundred! of wcrarn ana have never known tble rem edy to fell. ,. Ton win save rime end failure trr writln mtdlclaea that Injure the health k '"trie S2 00 br raauL 'baTHONB REMEDY CO-t Boos ti. 14 APJUC ST. CHICAGO. IU NOTARY PUBLIC. I JOSEPH F. FARISH, t. Xartda KeTsaMIa Btwlness OfSo. TX BeUMlls 3018. KlBloeh A6TS. TAPE-WORMS jb. ITe hell aieaelml. Seei SaaUnB f et kaVliarrUrIratSlaelallrt.MOUrelt.se. StESSg - -rv I "Care. While Ya Look" V I INID ft APUDIKE jwmmmmmmm HEADACHES iMturtly. ! .JsssssW raeaaaeaeaw asbelStuaj Bear i ".! ana. k. u , i; pwHhW wu up oto 12 noun. : "fMM Dnrttit, lie 35c . 59c Men's Clothes IUST be up to the min- yi ute in every way, because young men are generally" more particular in matters of dress than their elders. The May way of clothes building produces garments with a character all their own the sort of clothes young men demand. $12.50 "We are showing a complete line of Young Men's Suits In the now long sin gle or double breasted styles in the sea son's most fashionable cloths, includ ing black unfinished worsteds, gray mixtures and swell brown shades. These have handmade, smooth-fitting broad snouiaer and collars which hug the neck, six-button notch collar vest and semi-peg trousers. In fact, they equal the tailors' $25 product In every way at $12.50. - ST. LOUIS DISTRIBUTERS. cently, and I wanted to discuss thce with the members of the board, so I ar ranged my -visit to St. Louis so I could at tend this meeting and also visit the World's Fair. "I am especially anxious to sec the World's Fair, because I hare heard so much about Its splendors that I am curi ous to see for myself what St. Louis has given to the world. "President Francis seems to be the right man in the right place, for there ai few men who could have handled this busi ness as he has done. And It is the great est financial as well as artistic success of any world's fair ever given. General Wheeler declined to discuss the result of the election, but like everyone else he was surprised. "I am out of politics now." said General Wheeler when this subject was broached, "and must de cline to discuss it. It was a tremendous victory and so sweeping that I think the Republicans as well as the Democrats were surprised." General Wheeler called upon General Bates, commander of the Department of the Missouri, at his headauarters vester- day forenoon, and spent the day talking to numerous friends who called upon him. at the hotel. General Miles, who has manv friends In St Louis, came to the city to visit the yesterday calling on his acquaintances. He met uenerai states ana omer omcers, wno greeted their former commander most cordially. Spectacles and Eyeglasses In steel frames, $L and up; In gold frames from t3. up. Byes examined free. Mer mod & Jaccard's. DAYLIGHT BURGLARS ENTER THREE WEST END HOUSES. Police Belle-re Orjranlred Gancr la at Work and Spread Dragnet for Thieve Three burglaries in the West End were committed within a short space of time election day and detectives are looking for the thieves, believing that an organ ised gang Is working In the residence sec tion. The residence of Mrs. B. Cornwall, No. E124 Wells avenue, was entered and $30 in money and $100 worth of Jewelry taken. The Jewelry consisted of a breastpin val ued at C5 and a gold natch valued at $75. All the property belonged to Mrs. Harry Parker and was taken from a dresser In her room. From the basement of the residence of Mrs. Mae Albcltz. No. 4133 West Belle place, clothing valued at $23 was taken. At the residence of C. C. Dennis, No. 4336 Maple avenue, a burglar entered the basement door and carried away clothing and silverware valued at $200. DISCUSS MANUAL TRAINING. Wisconsin Men Inspect St. Louis Public Schools. Professor 1 B. Harvey, superintendent of the Stout Manual Training School or Menominee, Wis., and Its founder, former Senator Stout, of the same State, are In St. Louis Inspecting the manual training systems in the schools. They called on Superintendent of In struction Soldan yesterday and spent the day In discussing the methods of manual training in vogue In other cities and com paring them with the systems In St. Louis. CHE4H BAWNG POWDIR Improves the flavor and addso the health fulness of the food. eaBaeealealealeBeaaV "" " JflBl GET FAB. EXHIBIT Committee Urges School Board to Provide Permanent Quar ters for Local Display.. N FOR A MUSEUM OF PEDAGOGY. Purpose Is to Sol.ve Problem of feuppijing Apparatus for In struction in Physics and Science. At the regular monthlv mtlni- nf th Board of Education Tuesday evening the Committee on Instruction urged the board to take steps toward placing tho World's Fair exhibit of the Board of Education in permanent quarters at the Wjman School, according to plans made by the Building Commissioner, as tho exhibit was considered Instructive to teachers and pu pils alike. This proposition and the one to nnrphns objects from foreign and other exhibits as may be necessary for founding a mu- aium 01 peaagogy were approed by the board. The importance of establishing such a museum was dnelt upon by the committee. They explained that such a museum would senu as a. reserve where maps, globes, charts and other means of illus trating and rc-enforcing the lessons of the classrooms might bo stored until needed by different schools. Another senaratn rmrnnQo f tho ninnnnn museum Is to sole the problem of sup pjlng apparatus for the Instruction" in the fle 1lentf,cr Pns'cs and science In general In the district schools, it is intended to place 1 the exhibits of the museum In the new Teachers' College. Reports of the Supply Commissioner, the Commissioner of School Buildings, the auditor, secretarv nnri fr.ncnr0F -.,,1 v, larious committees were passed upon Secretary Hammcrstein reported that In pursuance to the authority granted by the had Closed npirntfntlnne fn- tvn tnn - land for portable school buildings in three 5t,7,i 1 tr "'" ""joining me Adams School, in Norfolk aenue. has been se cured for the purpose of erecting a build ing to relieve the crowded condition of the school. Two additlonnl nnrfnhln VintMIcr ,. .n be built to relieve the congested condition of the Walnut School. The lease of the land adjoining trie Pope School was also continued for another jear. ouijerjnienasni 01 instruction F. Louis Soldan submitted a lenirthv mnnrt f u resignations, transfers, appointments and realignments of the past month, also sev- " ' cuuuunraaauons ior appropriations for education eauinment for iii -mt. School and for the athletic-room at Forest RESIGNATIONS RECOMMENDED. The foUowing resignations were an nounced: HatUe E. Weber, eecond aaslstast Festalozzl School. iinma L. Relnhardt, Normal course erid uate, June. llsj. " Clara Rider, paid assistant, examlaation I'earl Dlx. tralalOE. class, September, U04. Ada iL Sandtord. extra sewlof? teacher HetUe F. Scott, assistant. Blow evesinr scliool. Mary G. Roche, assistant. Blow eveninc school. William C. Qunnersoo. assistant, Jefferson Evenlnjr School. APPOINTMENTS. The following appointments were recom mended, to take effect at the beginning of the second half quarter of tho present scholastic year: Lotilee E. Stoitei. extra Sewlnic Teacher, at a salary apportioned at the rate of J500 a rear for all-day work. F. J Bteuber. assistant. Central Evening High School. Robert A. Grant, assistant. McKlnltr Een lnr lllgh School. f.rnst Wolf, assistant. McKlnley ETenlna Hlali School Mrs. Johanna M. Reber, assistant. Blow Ev ening; School Delia O'Flaherty, substitute assistant. Blow Evening; School. Nelte Stern, assistant. Carroll Evening- School. Alice L. Loufhran. assistant. Carroll Even !wr School. May G. Bergin. assistant. Carroll Evenlns SchooL Albert J Schwartz, teacher of bookkeeping; Jefterson Evening; 6chooL William C. Gunnerson, assistant. Jefferson Evenlre School. Eleanor C Byrne, assistant, Marshall Even lnsr School. WlUlam S. V. Slebert. assistant. Marshall Erenlnir School. REASSIGNMENTS. Mrs. Ella M. ArmsUomr, first assistant, Dea sallnes School. Minnie J. Robertson, second assistant. Clay School. Louise C, HoenTe second assistant. Carroll SchooL- Mary A, Knower. second assistant. Field SchooL Lora M. Tausstr, director, Marshall A. M. Kindergarten. Emma Snyder, paid assistant Bates P. M. Kindergarten (formerly Marquette Kindergar ten). TRANSFERS. Christina K. Cameron transferred as first assistant, Howard School, from first assistant. Clay School IJule Schroeder, transferred as first assist ant. Clay School, from first assistant, Benton School. I4UI4 A. Kinney, transferred as second as sistant. Benton School, from second assistant, Ames Schocl. Amanda L. Surkomp. transferred as ascend assistant, Ames School, from secend assistant, Howard School Anna May Hancock, tran-fcrred as second assistant, Irving' School, from second assistant, Dozler Schocl Elizabeth H. Patterson, transferred as di rector, Elleardvllle A. M Kindergarten, from director, Douglas P. M. Kindergarten. Harriet E. Wigs? transferred as assistant, McKlnley Evening High School, from assistant. Central High SchooL Emma Snyder, transferred as paid assistant. Bates P. M. Kindergarten, from paid assistant. Marquette A M. Kindergarten Pauline J. Meyer, transferred as assistant. Jefferson Ever.lnt SchooL from assltant, CarroU Evening School. IN HANDS OF A RECEIVER. Administration Bestanrant Fair in Financial, Straits. at Attorney Joseph S. Mclntyre was yes terday appointed receiver of the Adminis tration Restaurant In the. World's Fair grounds by Judge McElhlnney of the Clayton Circuit Court. His bond was fixed at 5.000. The petition for a receivership was filed by R, I. Sherman, Frank B. Lee, Delia Lee, Libble Allen and Jennie Ncal. The company In control of the restaurant was Incorporated March 4, 1S04, for JS0.000. Tho restaurant was bought from C. Mar chette. It was stated that the building cost J26.W0; that the liabilities were J12, 000, and the assets $4,000. CUBAN MINISTER AT THE FAIR. Senor Gjonzalo de Quesada Ar rived in XDity Yesterday. Senor Gonzalo de Quesada, Envoy Ex traordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Cuba to the United States, arrived In St. Louis yesterday and will spend several days here visiting the World's Fair. lie Is a guest at the Hotel Jefferson. Minister Quesada was Invited to be present at the banquet and reception giv en last evening in honor of Senor Manuel L. Diaz, Secretary of Agriculture for Cu ba, who is also visiting the World's Fair, and expected to arrive a day earlier, but was detained In Washington by Important business. Minister Quesada is one of the foremost men In Cuba, and when the little Repub lic obtained her independence he was selected for the most important diplomatic post, and has been stationed at Washing ton four years, where be has become a social favorite. He was one of the lead ers In the Cuban Revolutionary party, through which the island gained its In dependence, and active throughout the war with Spain, and at its close was se looted as Minister to the United States. GIVEN AS SECURITY Court Sustains Bondsman's Claim to Mrs. Blakeslee's Gems Giv en for Daughter's Beturn. HAD DETECTIVE TRACE WOMAN Depositions to Be Taken in Sup port of Mrs. Langdon's Plea of Insanity in Forgery Case. Justice A, A. O'Halloran yesterday de cided against Mra. Mary H. Blakesleo of No B033 Manle avenue, mother of Mrs. Mary E. Laiurdon. who was brought back from the Pacific Coast to answer a chargo of forgery. In the BUlt of Mrs. Blakeslee for the recovery of diamonds deposited with William Hambly, bondsman for her daughter, to securo him In going on her bond. Joseph Wholess. Mrs. Blakesleo'a at torney, claimed that tho deposit was made to securo Hamblv In the event that he would hai e to pay the bond. As tho bond forfeiture was set aside. Wheless claimed that thero was no liability. Hambly's contention was that ho was entitled to be reimbursed out of the prop erty deposited for the expenses In lo cating Mrs. Langdon and having her brought back to St. Lous. Ho offered evidenco showing that he en gaged a local detective asrency to trace Mrs. Langdon and that it had cost him over $1,000 to have her brought to St. Louis an! produced In court. Judge O'Halloran upheld his contention and decided In his fmor In the replevin suit brought By Mrs. Blakeslee against Hambly for the property, nhlch consists of a pair of solitaire ciamond earrings, a solitaire diamond ring and a mahogany-' frame mirror and hat rack. The aggregate value of the property Is placed at $500. Attorney Wheless said that he would appeal the case to the Circuit Court. He also represents Mrs. Langdon in the crim inal case, which Is set for trial In Judge Foster's division of the Circuit Court at the Four Courts next Wednesday. He will take depositions next Saturday at Qulney. Ill , Mra. Langdon's home. In support of her defense of Insanity, which will be made at the trial. lira. Blakeslee also resides at Qulney. She Is stopping In St. Louis temporarily, having come here to assist her daughter when the latter was arrested. Tho charge against Mrs. Langdon is that she gave as collateral security for a debt a note for $300, to which was forged the name of the administrator of the estate of Mrs. Hattle Travis McCall, a World's Fair concessionaire. PREPARING FOR ANNUAL HOSPITAL COLLECTIONS. Executive Board of Saturday and Sunday Association Hears En- courajrlnir Reports. The Executive Board of tho Hospital Saturday and Sunday Association held Its third meeting of the season jesterday afternoon at, the Noonday Club, and tho large attendance and the zeal displayed by all the committees reporting encour age the belief that the results of the ef forts of the association this jear will eclipse all previous good records. The meeting was to hear reports from the various working committees as to progress made In their several depart ments and to further plans for the an7 nual collections. The Church. Sunday School, Box. Trades and Advertising com mittees reported their work as rapidly nearing a successful end and that all would be In readiness for the collections. Arrangements have been made with both street car systems to placard their cars on Hospital Saturday and Sunday, advertising the collections then being In progress. The collection boxes will be distributed about one week prior to Hos pital Saturday and taken up Immediately following Hospital Sunday, Through tho Church Committee It is expected that every pastor In the city will be In hearty co-operation on Hospital Sunday, when the collections will be taken in the churches. The board will hold another meeting next Wednesday at the same placs at 1 o'clock, when It will take up the matter of assignment of the ladles to attend to the collections in the downtown buildings, clubs and theaters. The Battle of San Jacinto Was Fought la the Coast Country of Texas. Buy a homeseekers' ticket to Texas. Tickets on sale from Northern points Tuesday. November 22, with limit of 21 days from date of issue. Take the Hous ton and Texas Central Railroad from North Texas. It makes quick time to all points In South and Southwest Texas.' See your local ticket agent for rates, stopovers, etc KIDNAPERS ARE DEFEATED. Attempt Made on Cripple Creek Official in Vain. Cripple Creek, Colo., Nov. 9 Sheriff Ed ward Bell frustrated an attempted de portation of Frank P. Mannlx, County Clerk and Recorder, a Democrat, to-day. Mannlx had been marched a mile and a half from town by three men, when the party was overtaken by the Sheriff and a posse. Mannlx was released and WUliam Carruthers, Carl Evans and E. E. Cor nellson were arrested on a charge of kid naping. They furnished bonds of $500 each. Carruthers Is the general freight agent of the Cripple Creek Central Railroad, and for several years was deputy under County Recorder Mannlx. The other two men arrested are miners. Their friends say that the affair was Intended to be a Joke, but Democrats allege that a plot had been hatched to get Mannlx out of the way. and tamper with the ballots, which are in his custody. A large crowd gathered In front of a downtown show window a few days ago. They were watching a man and his wife as they were In a hot argument. The woman was almost moved to tears, when a policeman stepped up and asked: "What's up nowT The woman explained that sho -n anted to buy a Quick Meal Range; her husband wanted to buy some other make. The officer told the man If he loved his wife he would certainly buy tho Quick Meal Steel Range. WILL INVESTIGATE FRAUDS. Federal Grand Jury Will Probe Naturalization Cases. The Federal Grand Jury will meet and begin an extensive investigation into the alleged naturalization frauds to-morrow morning. At tho office of District Attorney D. P. Dyer it was said yesterday that In addition to this Investigation, similar al legations in 1.000 cases. In which it Is charged that Illegal votes were cast in Tuesday's election, will be probed. The Board of Election Commissioners probably will be called upon to produce the poll books before the Grand Jury. The case of the Reverend Father J. T. AylwanX assistant pastor ot St. Patrick's Church, who was arrested Monday, will be beard Friday before United States Com missioner Gray. , The Belcher Ladles' Turkish Bath. Open day and night. Fourth and Lucas. The World's Grandest Jewelry The Two Most Important Points for Buyers To Consider Are Quality and Price. To assure getting these the standing and reputation of the concern you deal with should be considered the firm with a reputation and standing is the one to patronize. The quality of Mermod & Jaccard's goods, our low prices, reputation and standing make a strong argument in our favor, and in addi tion to quality, low prices, reputation and standing we havethe largest assort ment and greatest variety ever shown for you to make selections from. TO-DAY WE OFFER Silver-Plated Tableware With the name Mermod & Jaccard on it is the beat our name on an article is an assurance of quality a guarantee of value. Specials. Cofieo Ssta Quadruple Silver plated Coffeo Pot, Cream Pitcher, Sugar Bowl and Tray, bright bur nished, finished with fluted decora tion sugar and creamer are lined with gold Four PLces, $ -g -3 j- Price only lO.OU Others from 17 50 to Jtt. T.aSetiQuadruple Silver-Plated Teapot. Sugar Bowl, Cream Pltchr, Spoonholder, elegant satin finish, with handsomely chased decora tion Four Pieces, $ -g Price only 1 . Other Four-Piece. Sets J7 50 V HO Five and Six Piece Sets 1S. to KS. Other sets and individual pieces, great variety, fine goods, the best made at lowest prices. Mail Orders Filled. Write for Catalogue Our new Illustrated tools of 33S pages will be sent free on request. SAINT LOUIS UNION fTRUSTCQ fuSaa HfiflH ftvra At Fortb mad Lecust Street. 910,000.00 Capital and 8urplwa. Prtaots Yvr STing T CbacHlag Aeccunt. 1 Interest en Saving, 3 on Checking. farisfs, AcMiat BvmtV sust 0 Jftactr KTf- m tois rrsa mi ass RIHHZa IISKJIAimlAtJi AIRSHIP FLIGHT ADDED TO BENEFIT PROGRAMME. Unldrrln's Arroir to Slake Ascension at Delmu Track Sunday Afternoon for Detective' Fund. Aeronaut Thomas Baldwin has consent ed to have his airship, tho "California Arrow," make an ascension at Delmar raco track next Sunday, on the occasion of tho monster police benefit for the fami lies of the detectives who recently lost their lives in a. battle with train bandits on Pine street. The appearance of the airship will be an etent of sufficient Interest to attract an enormous crowd, yet the management of the benefit performance la not con tent with Its success In securing what has become the talk of the country. Twelve other features will contribute to ward the greatest spectacular open-air performance that has been given during the Exposition. i Colonel Frank E. FlUIs. managing dl dector ot the Boer War. will present his champion high-school horse of the world directly In front of the grand stand, lime. Uzette. the circus sensation of last sea son, will "leap the gap," the new and thrilling daredevil act. Captain Speedy, champion high diver of the world, will plunge 1C0 feet' from aerial ladders into three feet of water. The entire Boer War company gives the battle spectacle that has been the feature of the Exposition now drawing to a close. A significant number on the programme Is Intended by the management in a train hold-up. with the real locomotive under steam, hauling an express car. The ban dits will attack the train, blow up the coach, kill the express messenger and loot the safe. Mls3 LucUIa Mu'ihall will give her fine act of high school and fancy riding, and there will be a. head-on collision between two genuine locomotives. A balloon as cension and parachute drop Is still an other number. Chief Klely and Chief Desmond will hold a public reception on the clubhouse ver anda during the progress of the perform ance. Six Cnt-Glass Tumblers S 1.75. Six fine cut-glass tumblers, beautiful design, perfect,cuttlng, set of six for JL75. Mall orders filled. Write for new cata logue. Mermod & Jaccard's, St Louis. MISS FOY MAY RECOVER. Runaway Victim Regains Con sciousness and Is Improving. Miss Blanche Foy. tho young woman who was seriously Injured when she was thrown Tuesday from a buggy, with her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Foy of No. 1ES8 Park avenue. Is doing nicely. Physicians at St. Anthony's Hos pital, where Miss Foy was taken Im mediately after the accident, say that there Is hope for hw recovery, as she has regained consciousness. Miss Foy Is suffering from concussion of the brain. The accident In which she was hurt occurred near the corner of Mississippi and Chouteau avenues, while the Foyo were on their way to the funer al of a. friend. "Watch Repairing. Work done by experts and guaranteed by Mermod & Jaccard's. Catalogue free. Two Firemen Appointed. Two firemen were added to the depart ment yesterday. 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Gems Said to Have Been Import ed Illegally. "United States of America versus 89 Diamonds," Is the title of a novel suit awaiting the December session of the United States District Court of Appeals. Marshals In St. Paul In April. 1903. seized a shipment of diamonds consigned to Henry Bockstruck of No. 11 East Sev enth street, and ordered them confis cated, stating that the gems were brought Into this country Illegally. Bockstruck Immediately Instituted proceedings for the return of the diamonds, alleging that Fink, Bodcnhelmer & Co. of hw .York City had Imported them legally, and after ward sent them to him on the condition RUPTURE ALWAYS INSIST ON GETTING A BECAUSE "MNK iu ara MOT PWUf for BUI Hoards. Faaee Palatloa;. Clocks. Free Ueals. M . "5. ZJH,?! T"J5""aM-K,MU to IsaMstesl Clean, sola aU4 10 Us ratallcr by U JUaafactamv T. B o M. C CBw fc. teats,' , . Dinner Sets. 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TICKET OFFICE, 903 OLIVE ST. shoulfoeurei C0031 ..??i.a.Kth.or"15fv a a"acnlng the gems. ?&,'? i?at M Bockstruck had not establ Ilshed his ownership, and could not show the legality of their Importation, he was not entitled to the gems; The appeal win bo argued at the nest sitting of tho court. Xeir Boole Free. SW-page Illustrated catalogue of One iewelry, tableware, art goods, etc., free. Write for one to-day. MERMOD & JACCARD-S. Bt. Louis. Boy Fell From Car. No. 33 Texas avenue, fell from a. Fourth! street car yesterday near Nicholson placs and sustained a slight concussion oftha brain. His case Is not serious. Pirmaninfly ClITed t cnttlnsr. no pain, no damser OTr litoj eared dartwj is mars practice In St. lali. cill tor book- ltt with testimonial.. Ii.vetl(iu. M.1, IEW1I.1I. 0. SM WuUifte in k aiut AT WOBXD-AI -tS t 1 A t t-', .:J'??ZiI ,-iws.