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fn Tfirb ST: CO UIS REPUBLIC: SUNDAY- JULY 9, 1905. &1 ' . - m - . This Sweeping Bargain Occasion, With Its Thousands of Money-Saving Offerings, Enters Upon Its Third Day To-Morrow With a Storeful of the Most Exceptional Bargain Snaps Ever Spread Before St. Louis Shoppers, and That's Promising Much. FAMOUS instriH-iion to depart iiK-nt managers are emphatic awl final not oni dollar's worth of spring or summer goods can be carried over till next season, no matter what the loss. It has always been and still is our strict rule to start each season with new storks throughout. To make the clearing speedy and complete, all prices have bey-n radically reduced. Reflect carefu.lr. therefore, the advantageous buying opportunities that are. now before you. ' Sinner Corsets Of not ore! ! honed two rM ntfiw lacn trimnw worth so Monday 35c Infants' Caps FViwuh utrlo Town ta trimmed with ruffle and Vat la -w nih 7C j,'fMonday 9b t Women's Drawers Of mualln h-tn and cluster or tucKs-wrth lfl 51 o Monday IUt Table Tumblers Varlu styles dear Iffaaa ed glas-- wevrth 309 fOs per dnaerv -Mor.elay IVC Infants' Slips " rajnhrle yoke of embroider- ami hemstltehtmr - worth P-v- 1r Monday vvi Infants' Bibs Fancy jtalted and lac trimmed wonh lfc C-. Monday . .. Ul I I 10c Towels I fuck and h'eveyoomb It st-tn-h sli r Monday ..uv Unbleached Muslin - Inches wide So quality Monday. g. yard,. .. -& -"V Apron Ginghams PInrt "encth of tl.e Knu !n" t,mo-kac worth i, ic- MKiday. d ,- Standard Prints Nr.ry. cadet. er-y and fa-i- cle iUal'J.- -J 'londav. jnr! -fcC Kk Batistes Sheer cloth nimt rt- tem Monoxy " u.. at. yard a -C I5c Percales Ist n.aiJv-C !n. wide sftlrt'wr and ii:ln l r stvie Mondi-.-. I . 7't Mercerized Napkins Mnoh !z- worth C doa. Monday, per half AQf do-en. ... tyc Table Cloths Turkey red arid red and -ree .Seo'rh gdi--t-. nmrttt r n un Mondat- OVC Wash Fabrics S-ra't 1 f 1-S .- and l kinds -Monday. W t nr . - OC Wash Fabrics Ft!' .irp nrmail"' and -ltrni'e - and ? ijua! tte;v .t"oid Jaly Clearing Sale ef Women's Belts 1 RMkrelrrv Wah Bella White only medium ffi width Monday IUC Mr to 7r Taffeta Silk Helta All aorta of new styles Cr I SI JS Taffeta Silk Belt All Colors nnd Mack and Cft- whlt Mondar 9UC July Clearing Sale of Curtains p Portieres White Maalla C-artalaa S var.Is lonu worth CJc Mori- OOr d.i y. pair 7C Tapealry Partlerea rull lenah har!ly frlnired worth Cfl Art t; no Monday. rr 3IIM Jaly Clearinr Sale ef Toilet Goods !0c Kcc Shampoo... 3e Halley'9 l"c Talrum 3e 9c Nail Itn.shes Tamplco liristlos ., lnc -Ttra nrR Ppong".. JOr to JSr Aluminum and Mtal-Tcp Horn Combs. l.Vr 1'owdrr Puffs fiat some with handha Mrnnon'a T.ilcum Powder e Sic Vlolftln Tooth Pat 1e X5c eatra Hn quality bristle 1. Hair Tlrush Ib S?c rlothoa Itruhs -arl- fy. oua tyl-a ..IW Purk'a Re Tar Soap Se c Witch llarl. Kom, Violet and !,.-! d" Kp.in- and otkar 'I, j:fpi:l.r Soaps .w.. .a'C Jaly Cleariac Sale ef Underwear tVoaiea'a lSe Willie tnta ?e Low nk. teevl ftirhelleu or Swiss rllihd full tajx'd n"k and nrms -worth 15o "Jf Mond-iy C UN- tiarnteata far lie MMfs' nnd Children's white C,nu "?t. all viz'".. Women' white VM. Ion- nvk, no sleeves, fan-i-v uovrn eff cts worth f ISc- Monday choice for .. IIC SSe 3Se Veata la Women's white IMe threail Ve-;tr low neck, no sleeve" broken lots of Z'e Jind l5f fjualltlea 1A Mondav choice for IUC lateaa 5e Veata 3Se White .lip-d Vcta lileh or low neck. lone or hort r-ff lr.ee. bot tom x"it to match only extra Mi- s 'i tuts tot n.onn 35c Mond.iy We Close at 5 O'Clock Every Evening except Sat yrday. when, the store re nains open till 10 p. m. QQQQ999QQQ99QQOOaQQQg EVERY department joins piritedlv in this event. TaooRands of dollar' worth of this teason's newest, choicest and auost desirable merchandise depend able qualities. Just the sort of goods most needed for Immediate and early fall set-rice are to go to onr patrons during this clearing campaign, at price that coTer hut fractions of their true worth. Surely you'll want to share in this extraordinary occasion. Coma Monday these Talues certainly warrant your posltlro attendance. " ftmlTfi WE GIVE EAGLE TRADING STAHPS. Wonren's Handkerchiefs. Swiss rabroldered. plain and acalloped edire. plain linen, laco trimmed and whlta Initial Handkerchiefs: worth 13c Mondar cho'oa for 5c 4c ..5e 6c 8c Our Great $11 Suit Sale THis Eagerly Avmaited and Long-Looked-For Event Is Now On In. Full Blast at Famous. HUNDREDS of men and young men have responded the past two days and benefited by this extraordinary value-giving occurrence, and hundreds more, who have their own best interests at heart, will attend this sale to-morrow and reap the fruits of this saving occasion. It s our clearing time, and every Spring and Summer Suit in store must We've taken tremendous losses, and priced these handsome Suits far below original costs, for past experience has proven it the wisest course for the progressive concern to pursue. To effect a speedy Clearance, Monday we offer you Your Free and Unrestricted Choice of Thousands of This Season's Cleverest $15, $18, $20 and $22.51) 23c July Clearinr Sale of Women's Wear SUM Uk tValala 4Sr Of lmvn. uitl !(!. rw of insertion down front -!eep ruffs worth At. $1 t Monday . JVC St-SO alra Prtlleonta Mtr -Deep nrcoiiliim plniteil finunre- of Klosy siteen-onie with he'k' and t'.K'ire worth $1 30 fifk. -Monday .. .. . . OUL U1 Wraiwer- fMkSe -Of ,i-jrjt nttd Itcht. Inuti .BM jiercaKH . tlozen tjl SI ii val ! MnnA.iv 79c SCI Wnk Walata lo- if fln-M Inwn new sjii.re joke and m.iny other ?mart style lotiK or short lerc 1 u I.i aiue Mnml.i cliolce for 98c V 19c S3JW alia Walata SIJW Of hc.i v J.ip -ilk. with f(ju.ir Lire joke Mi hack worth 13 Cl Zfi Mnndny J'l.tjO tV tana Walata aTr-Wlth row if ttfertlon down front nlrn llS.ltil Vl;e lvle '1- 1"" July Clearing Sale of Standard Music all lay Xanken for !. "lelien.rin." "l- t and Jeaant. " Mi'ti'n. rnlnia, Ilnhemlnn .iri -Maidens I'r.iyer " Flow er on- JIrIo!- tn t Hrl IHO--. "l-oht Hop ie.,i hj"itr.ilc o' oth r all 10c nun;bers Mot.daj onlj it.in I (tw. I Ida I I I BarJVai 1 CtaaaKSW-. TtV vIbbbbVVTSBBB-. " v .asirJ' i3B tejy''Hivrt Sri iWHtSSf sPriBr and 5u"iner SyHs for Men and Youiif Mei RivWwl at the Very Special and Insignificantly Low Price of H "'HJH aaaaaBLaVaa.aaBafaBaBBEBBaPaV m KOBm m T America's Most Artistic Ready-to-Wear Clothes Make Up This Offering. The dashinjr new-fashioned single and double breasted styles, built of silk-mixed novelty worsteds, fancy cassimeres, Scotch cheviots, imported English serges and black dres3 worsteds, in this season's most effective pattern ideas. Also included are the fashionable Outinc (coat and pants) Suits, with i-lined coats pants, with side buckles, belt straps and cuff bottoms built of tropical worsteds. French flannels, hnfflisli tweeds, Sscotch homespuns and other comfort-inducing sum mer cloths, in all the snappy light, medium and dark shades, and in patterns varied enough to satisfy men of all tastes in dress. They're clothes that have been most intelligently tailored, and are up to the usual high standard main tained bv Famous suitable for summer or early fall wear and guaranteed to retain their shapeliness, tone and character. They're from our former $15. $18. $20 and $22.50 lines. In this sale Monday mm 25c Ribbons for 8c Yard HIsh quallt.r pure Silk Taffeta Rlblwma 4 ' j tnchra wide1 all thenew aymlicat colors stand ard ;sc quality in this q oc yale Monday, at. yard .... . choice Women's 59 c Gowns 29c Of Muslin yoka of hemstitched tucks or yoke of- lace Insertion and tucks. I.9B raathtnV FMIteaata e Deep flounce trimmed with turka ami nemsntcnini wiue em- nroioery rurn- Monday. Wash lefts Women'a wlda NUta-irilt bnckla worth lie Monday..... $L Girdles 51c R. 1k C. meccertsad Tfbvon horn lone straight sA front Monday .aVJV Door Mats Ijnre alia cocoa, door mat In white and mottled reaiilar fea valties-'- TBJ Ja4VTllftLj aaaVisp $25 Go-Carts SH.5I - 69c 89c 35c BtJ raaakrle Patlleaata Peep flared flomica of lawn aertrai rows wide insertion or Inre; ruffle edred to mutch Monda-.. ... fl.7S CasaaHe PetttrMfa T Ieep flounce with four rowa utile a-e lnrtlnn 4-lnch fj'7. l.wce ruffle Monday .y W Waaeaa SSe Drawera He Of cambric deep flounce, with tor rhn lace 9f Monday tJ Waaara'a aVr Dnam 3Se Of cnribrlc deep lawn flounca with wldn insertion ana eacen wun heav torchon lace Monilay . ... T3e f'anet Carera if Of naln 500k yoke of Val. lace Inser tion nnd edajlna: ribbon 15 trlmine,! Monday nJJ 9if (Miet Catrara 47e Of nain sook deep round yoka front and back of ball laca Insertion two ribbons Af Monday.................. JmIw Cleariac -Sale ef Straw Hats CBlMreaa Straw Saltotm Various atylea nnd colors worth 50c nnd ?Sc Monday. 9Cr choice for... -aJC CklMtrva'a Straw KallaTa All cot. ors worth fl Monday. CA cholce for..... 7W 4feaa Straw Hafa Odd Iota all crta of styles up to (1 values Monilay. choice 21c WfW aaaTWJa'faS Meaa Straw Hata Stiff and soft brims plain braids $1 values Monday, choice 50c July Clearing Sale ef $12.50 Rugs for $6.98 Three-qtarler size ele-l-antly upholstered In atlk and plush S3M and . values Monday SU.50 $25 tifs $14.51 AxmlnMer and Oriental ruiB 9xi; fret our entlr tofk rtili n"w roitfeina - C5 an. $T. val- X CA ues Monday ruwr $1.25 $1.85 alS-faaf Saayraa Naca Attractive deslajns reversible sides i flfi worth 11S.S0 Monday. iW.yO All-Waal mynm Rasa 2!0 Inches nrmht, attractive pat terns worm sz so Monday exit til-Waal Saayraa Rasa 2 72 inches ko'm! oolonnaa rrs- iilir 13 64 vnlue Monday. ........ Jaly Cleariaf; Sale ef Jewelry 2Se Rraaeb Ptaa. Stli-k IMn'. Ttelt Tins. I.elt Ituckles and iHlds rt d end of very neat Jewelry Monday, ,-holce p, Ste. Me ami Me Pearl feek t'halaa. llelt Il;ickie. Waist Set". Itrooch Pln. Collar Sup l.orter. Hat Pin. JScarf Pin. Cuff ltutton. etc. Monday.A rhotpe for IUC 3Se ta BSe White Staaa Sea Bra. ill Plaa ami Colored Stone I.r Pins ii lars- aort- iSJr mrnt Monday. -cch lOw Oe tm 4Se raa fbalaa Clearing sale price. ffl Monday Illr llMrter ml IJMm Hat Plaa n'KU- lar lc to i?c value! Monday, each 2c Cottxh Covers Of good rewrsiKe denim worth Sl.Sft Sflr Monday uUt Couch Covers Heavy tapestry atrlred full sis- nicely Cl " frin-ml Monday.. ." Aa? Door Puds Oabta net StxflS-inch assa variety of patterns -Sfly, TSc values Monday. . . "Jtv Boys' Wash Soite Ituaslan blouse and aallor stvles of w-ifhaMe materl- al Uc. nnd Tin 4T. 5 values Monday fi Boys' Broases rbtta and coiCTrefl-laIn and military styles 0c and -; kind- Monday 39c Boys' Hose Kart Mark-slzea to 19- wnrth lc to So til. Monday IVV Wash Boilers Sftc No. 8 tin 1S boilers .wiTv Sic No. tin. copper B?l iMHtnm DOIIera VVW JI.S No. S copper QB bottom boilers 0!rV K.M Ho. s all cop- a?S in m r lollers 4l.wy GasFixtores PolKhed brass, with twtoted arms fancy abell center very fixture guaranteed Mla-ht worth 9v-aJ "... :-l!cht worth S3.AQ ............ , t-llKht worth S3 .. ........... $1.33 $1.63 $1.89 $1 Wrappers 45c Of Hbt and dark lawna braid-trimmed yoka-werth ll-Mon- AKf day .TaeV Mea's Hose Fat Mack-full seamless worth 10c MoniLiy , 6c X MACHINE-MADE PIE IS THE NEWEST rhilatlclhi:in l!irnts an Appa r.ittis Which Ttirn Out "Sticoii lent I Minn" at the Kate of One Kxry r.uir Seconds. natntjr ,-rnciA:. PhilAd'Iph i, Juh LoAcr" of the sreat Amtrtwa da.nt) ie. !U r-Jotce to It-am that a nn era has 't in fur Jt ur.Iltrltod IrvIuctlon It ! for cr frons the pit mother tjcd to niaVe to a u;--rior rrxM'Jct nti! by nvaeniscror. but thi h- been -ccont-jitlnhed br a mctne invented t A i'hsla-l-!c!hUin Ke )r thrre ba teen prog v In aln.t eery line ; Uiilac. MSth t-.e r-iccpti'T of til 5:ccT:iesJ j'tc Ivr utvd rrar'Sral isivntor alor.c Jfcoe hna. nho erertm-ent'd. haie eelrod :ha: ia-chlne-raaiie rie were a 5c;vvfljsl as jtr!'tuS RM)t:"3- riirre rc many .!ef la the ojeriiUjn that It mould em their oontrntin a il ffunded. trndatintcd Jy pn-cvdeoi, !ur, th I'hlUJirlphi Inientor ha coli-jued Jus -'rtniect tor tn, jeors. ad at i.v fc reached his rxl. Tk:e ple-tsaVIne narhi-.e ha t-n li talletl tn J KkVtns coftvit-J " pUnt In hls clt'. " no,c rrin,l'"c cJt a tcndy stream of r of a'l Vl5d. anj url'!lev. ftith the matt na an ortor c-in' ,,0 rrtwlace thotd-i if r"" h-r- he fti ' nerlr t-2rned cut hatrfrcdj. -Vo; on.'y tll thl ara ! chea--n i.Td'iort. -jen'Si-. Inc the convs . cr caucj n -xw-oe so xza better tuaterti". true u axut of tie aork t tr.cc'jT rjf.il. abo',ute cleanliness nnd unifornitj arj auted The ric i.iaclilns i Ionic n-.d narrow te lns about ! fct by . me:. Ct... m.in nnd tbree bo; conf'ituto thi orerattnc force turnlnc out ltevn to elehteen fin ished ?le n minute .n el'-clrii motor fur nishes pier. mi,, a can Jet 5iT -l-e f"-iu!nff dt Ta-n -xj-ende.! t h c.. hine a tank x'-i.-h hoI.! a sufficient an ount f tilltrc for rie jn utttator reulrs nttt.in nrd r.rep.-" tho frt.lt from pc'iln at l!" outlt. Af: r the pa-te for erufts hat l-..-n pro;erl nilinl it I weighed snd out into proper llt-J r!" bi a dtuh divider A tra full of Iump of douh for bottom tru.Ht. 1 slired at one end of the machine and another tra containing lumi for top iru5i at the other end At the rear ! a -t.v-k of plate, automatically fe! by a raehet A mer'tlie," arm -eAin; around, pick i:; a plate and ;l.u-e jt on a die made to r !e it Me r of dou?h S pUc-d on the plat iind the tifit noc m. at brtrvy it tider k die nhich form the !orr crut Then the truit S depo!l fl from the tank and tie jlate zuoie for f.anl Hy thl time another lump of Jouch has la Sat;, rvj OTJt anj Ftarape-1 with an initial. ucl. a I" for lemon, while an automatic NI!os blow a puff of tlour oer the Jocph to kp It from sticklnn The next movement hrinc th- SHed pie and t)U Krt" crut tocetfcer. ore ttpera tor r-lnic tjth rel here to a.ljust 'he top coxer If r.ece-arT The-j tec coretl pie cot" urnVr the rc!rc die. tthieh cut oT all cr;ir and the pi pase fortrjni m r jpro-v a-hjch I.aiU to the oTn One mota ueretls another tilth tnh rexu Urlt that the finished pi- t rvi-nnc to tie oven alnv-t tw-f.re c-e can crap the Ida and ;rpo- of tN- rn-tchfRe. with no f- atxl Ettle nole th m;ty pUte Mitrt at cn nd asd rae. or: t- otSef crd of the macrtr.e a auShe,j p ;a ir3 than fiur 5en.d Unit lilts S'alae Teeth. j v.reai;e . juty . mrtzs a r- ! ? A rT n llr.ttll !Vtf.t K-..1 miracc'atjs ectr frc-a Uetn. fj-. jj-r"-:!-nint tr-ck her er. the left cheet. Uid.y 5Uinlr. fc-r fce zr4 the :-. W of h-r bo. The enri--- featSTe -a a the. break-I-C ef h-r fI- lret end th thro-atie of aSveJ half cf th elate ont of hrr fnest. GIRL TELLS PLANS FOR ARCTIC TRIP Mi- Mari- Haiti. Youti": School ! TtMcher. to Accoiniuiv Com mantler IV-ary on His IVrilons I)ah to North. If.! ! .! -PKt.M- New York. July ; On l-.Vd the new Art tic ship !liweTlt. on hkh Toni-raand-r ItolTt IVary will start i.on on hi ninth tipedition In .-nrch of the North Iole. I a lender younir cirl. a Maine -chi trachcr. who drcLires that he Jt share the peril and s'cry of the hasr.rdo'"! trip. Sh t Ml-s Mario Habb of WestLrook. ile . 15 year olj." am! ,he cao v.p her joil-ott trachire to be companion to Mr, t'tarj n the trip. Mr lYnrj h.id nif i:a ilMt the Rirl e!.-cted would i.ct f Mil Jn the piTilou dih for tne 1'oir oter the vst Ic- hcW. but that i, Jut nh.it Ml llabb ia male up hr mind to !. and Comma-i-ier Peary nas dca his con- a W.VNT5 TO 5US IT AI.U -I cane oa th-S trip In the rirlt of adren'ure and 1 w-ant to hare nerythini; ther 1 ia it said ills Itabh on hoard the Uiveit- 'Mrs iv.iry mjj I ourht. to coster.: to so a tar a the ft(p, PKi ard :o rcrruin there with her ni Dc:cr. who ts some wrh u. Hut th t orrjcandtr sa s 1 cwa k iuiad trhtn le a-vl hi party !-A.e the ,p. and I hate full- made up my mind to do it. I want to t'- the-- lih thra when thy Ral th IVV- and I txrllce tht Cosiainiiw Teary It tro't-p tu -jcjreej this time." -tuster Is o'ac Kohert Ptary. wio netle.l n.alnt .Mis llabb while s!:e Talked. 1! Jh a sturdy, rtaxt n-ludre.! little hap and Is keenly inte-ey i in the forthcoming trip into tho frozen North. lle-ji!c Mr. INjiry and Miss iiahh. th- party Inciu'U's Mr. Charle IVrcy. nif of th steward of the l:oo-vclt. ho v ill also ro a far as tho .strainer se. The winter rendezvous will le i"afe Sa bSne. and f-on tli"re Cornriander pearv n 11 Kroceer to the northern j-hore of fJrxnt I.ind from when the dash for the nili win ij mane jn r-uru.ii. ii i inj part of th adventure that Ml ital.b look forward to with eagerneya. WllT HE KXPBTTS St'CCESS. romm.mtIer IVarj- said tliat he felt ir.or sr.niruine of succer thin h lias on ariy of hi pretlou epolitions Hj aid: Theie ar three ditinct thins in fa tor of my gaining the I'oie on thi com Int: rt.itu I"irt I have the bst Arctic hlp that njt ecr contructed. "Second, ilj experience of twnty ynr. ani Third Mv ability to no the -rjuJ-matix. wi.o !e-Ilee in ard trut m- luivinc thin iort will prtvet-,j to Newfoundland, where my oil ctw of Newfoundland illors will be. taken j.inl. Th" rendrzvoc. will l- cJtaMIreiI at f'.ipe Sablre. and w will drive north ward to Grant l.ir.d. where inter jii-ir-tcr will be r-taWlsfted Tl.e dah for the l'o!e will not be made until n-t FVbruarr. when the Arctic r.jcnt h-- rJe-3 "Fronj Gran: I-ind th" di-tar.ee to the North VoV . r mile. ThU ourny will ! m-ilf b Iedse. and theri will be twenty-three rren in our party. I wt'l alo carry an American flat- of nlk. .ibout r-3 f"t. which ha b?en Riven me l-r the Tear Arctic Club. Our flac -hall r-acfc the i'ole tlrst if It b- in my power "I wmh It u-.dertocd that I r- ;i t flcht for v.e IVi under tr a..pk rf v.. I'.a-y Arci- Club. -r! to whom, and epct.allr to .Morris K. J"jp lt pr-I- i rfe I owe thl pertd.d hto aid their 'iH-iu-M aslstasce. ,o:h naa-jejaliy arj terso-ia''!? " tttfd .atraHaa Will. The will of i.r. Atutnllan d-trcttve pro vlicd aa sccilaI way fer ii-.-iiir.g tu propertv nmorr hi six children. HI es tate, -.bout SSZS'f). coi-lsted mo?tly of realty 11 ordered titit six envelop s s-hould 1 placed in a box. e.irh child to draw- one and have tli portion of the property descrll ! on th" r-per inside thy en loj e. FAINTS AT SIGHT OF BROTHER BELIEVED DEAD. Keataekfan Mho started for Call- fornia tinia Fir Ida Make tor. tone la .taetralla. nr-rrnr-H sroijii. Iaton. Ky. July S. MisFinc for h.Uf a cf ntury. Frank Switzcr. a Iwnt anl time worn roan, has rt tumid to his old home like a:t ap;rltlon from the trraw and cla;.d hL sister. Mr. Younsldut. mother of Count) Attorney Charles V. Younchli.t. n hi arm us slirr swoontd at the shock of m.etlnp the belov.d brother, to whom 1-g had bid KK(J-by as a smlllnp. r-I-chieked boy. ani whom she had l-llev-j dead for forty-live jears. When the cold fever in California wa on the wane 1-rank Swltx-r strurk for the jhorea or th: l'acltlr. H, arott honie once trom thete. Then pold nai "cov ered in Au-tralU ami the jcu-is man shipped before the mat from Kri-eo in an t-ak.-11'h lhtemiter He w-a- tast adrllt almost :-?nr.iir-s on the shir's of the Inland continent. He wrote ncain to h( ?U;T but. that wa tn; !at let:r. And he was siven v tor dad Fortune .ventually smtltrl u-..n him. tt.ouch and iie is n w a j rosperru mer chant in a tmail city In Near ?ouih Wale. y.AUY tears a;o he marrie.1 and h' alfe 1 with him VkeilnrjxUy he Earned for the nrt :lse cf the dfa'h of miny rt hi brother- and si-er ant P-Utrtt. ?nd of the chanjtes that had taken plies In Us old horn-. For nearly haif a. c- nt Jry th- mot1;'.- of he -t.n- at ney had car-led n her mind's eye a pfure of her io lost brother ? e waved he fare-tel: n that June merrlns !- th- ear 1'X. See had tno-sht of a rracefcl. fan-lovins outh with the ri-s of hcitth In his chekj an I tb world before him. Phe had ee.n him list trylEf tir-i to br. brave zi conquer tint lump that would come up Into his throat. Mr Swllzer. notwithstanding his three score and eight ear-. 1 still ambition. He si he Intend to make a tour around the world. It wa. ilellcatelv Intimated by the re tortcr that he miiht have i turned with hi por!cet full of fairy ttold to mike rich hlsi relative and friends and envlou- ht3 enemies. "I -hall never starve,' he said drylv. 1 am s.itNfled with the way the world has usd me." GIRL KILLS CINNAMON BEAR. Stockman in Same Xeighljoriiood KojH'- ISruin by l?p. nrj'uiiLtc m-ixiai. Iiniml-, V.'y. Julv S. Mayor N F. Splcer. who h. Jut returned from North !arfc. Colo., cites the detail of two e- traonll'Mry rf ormar.ce at that place. Ms Mauel- IllBcle. an lvtar-old itlrl ard the daughter of a prominent stork man, sheii and klll'-d a larse cinnamon lar with a " calite-r rifle. The feat -ci:atd remarkable nerte. The slrl dls- covere-1 thu hutre bear, which weijthed retrral hundred pound. In the act of throwing? a c;tlf in her father's corral. Bha tvts o near thnt her 'itdtion waa very f!an- rou. but without heltation ihe took dellb-rate aim at the bear, which was Jut in thn act of turntnc around to at tack h r. Krel wi" shot, wrhleh struck tha monster In the ar. fienetrated the brain ami iau-cd Inftant death. The nirl calm ly en III I for ns!tance end aideil in akin nine the anln.nl Charle Murphy, a atorfcmnn. performed th other unut.al feat by roplnc a hue Mack beiir abiei- h- llscejvercl amonchla cattle. The nr.'mal. with th rope around one of It. Mr.d lee, ran through a barbd wlre fence, where It became entangled, but befcre It could be raptured tr killed. Mr. Murphy hcvlr no gun. It chewed tha rope in two anil escaped. Raat aleeanrr Killed. IimfBIJt" Fl'WIAt. I'hllaiii Iphli. July a. To ecape the heat of her bedroom Mrs. T-lzzl Kr.Kliliart of No. 210 Soath Fifth street crawled out on a second-storr roef to take n nap. and It e"t ber her life The woman' body was found In th- -rtl In ti. rear of the house at No. 201 fouth Fifth street. The Bert Hot Weather Medicine g-----a MU TEW WHWIIII UMrMMt LKMte v--.-i,.--J.-i .3&.tSr! V7.. .-. r: s2' - J-tS2t.-w . -.