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" The first of a series of beautiful colored art pictures will be issued with the next Sunday Post-Oispatch, March 30th, Easter number. The pictures are in eleven colon, size 10$ xl 6J inches, ready for framing. Fit to adorn any home. The price of the great Sunday Pott-Dispatch, Including H-pag magazine, elaborately illustrated, eomio section in coiors, news sections and this beautiful art picture, regn- I' price, only 5 rents a copy. On sale at all news stands ZZZ or by mail for 8 months 50 centt. Address: Post-Dispatch. St. Louis, Mo. Don't Miss the First Picture. FREE WITH THE Sunday Post-Dispatch. KEEP IN TOUCH WITH St. Louis and the Work of Preparation for the Great World's Fair of 1903. The St. Louis The ffi, TheSweoTp The Daily Globk-Demockat is without a rival in all the iWest, and stands at the very front among the few keally GREAT newspapers of the world. BY MAIL, POSTAGE PREPAID. ' Daily, Including Sundnv. One Year - ?5.00 6 Months - - 3.00 & Months l.'iO Daily. Without Sundnv. One Year $MMl $ Months - - - .(!() 3 Months - 1.00 The Tarica-a-WeaUssua of tha Globa-Deniocrat at $1 a Yea:. Ia the greatest newspaper bargain of the age. It is almost equal to a daily at the price of a weekly. It gives the latest telegraphic news from all the world every Tuesday and Friday. Its market reports are complete and correct In every detail. It linn no eipiul as n homo and family journal and ought to be at every fireside in the land. Two papers every week. Eight pages or more every Tuesday and Friday. One Dollur for one year. Sample Copies five. Address THE GLOBE PBIXTIXG CO., St. Louis, Mo IT IS IGNORANCE THAT WASTES EFFORT." TRAINED SERVANTS USE SAPOLIO Tv.nt tva ttm Ttr& carriage and harness. Deal with the fw-tory, lift our lowext wiiolMals rates. Our system of avlintcillrw-t tucunttimeni Is saving UioubuihIs of dollars to currla buyers In every eornir of Hit couuiry. We mhoUi the suuie rutta to yu that we would stye the lament wholesale J.ihU-r. ami we offt-r vou an aKinrtniwit to choose from such as no other di aler cuii huw. Willi every purchase we Kive the browlrtit Kiiamntee. If It Isnoi in every way satisfactory, you can return Uie veiiiUe to u. and we wid pay Irelftat charges both wuya. Nve cuu also Save two titr vnn nr. harnfHM anil Wrft tnr nnr fri Ulufltratttl CfttuloffUe 111 whicll we rtitHfrihw ihn tuiu-iritn. HurrevH. nh;ttoii. etc.. th tit have mmi nnr fiutnrv i;nnuuM wtut until vu r nevil is more rrti.ii;; wrtle to-day tuid Imve tue ciuttloguti by you lor luiinv uw. THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE & HARNESS CO., Columbus, 0., P.O. Box 772. i WW4 Huiory. Vrii-p frtfl.TO St Louis, Mo., P.O. Boa 64. W rite to mtwBt office. .;., I L' 1 tU... NT Ip. bl lpii.-iiu frum t'oluiiiliui. MDrWlMMmrMH THE BEST rtcvafil UAW.i SWINQ MADB Harness Road Wagoas and . Sprinor Wao-ons Wturon HariMt $10 to $30: Single MoPARIjAND BROS, Saddlery. vs J Buoroies T LiK atd prices. Bugs, Tops, Cushions, Wagon Sheets and Bows. Our .Vehicles Come and see as; get our prices and 700, Sunday, 1-Mitimi. '" 40 to (10 Pages. One Year . 2.00 ( Months 1.00 I nrnfltti hn von hnr Profits other home Mi.lpniH.tB. fur their iiiuh tirade. Dun't So. 41 Sinnle Strap Paiih'y II arn. m. 1'nic SA Ll! AGENTS WANTEK Lawa Swlnfs and Settees, Hammock Chairs, Camp Chairs and Stools, Ironing Tables, Wash Benches, Etc Agents easily make $5 to $10 Per Day. Will furnish samples at re duced prices to those desiring agency. Exclusive territory given. Address, Clearfield Wooden-Wini Co., cieufuui, n. Harness $7 to $25 : Second-hand Hum-- S.I to S15: SAddlM il atTlo. will surely .trade with The Trouble With Poets. Atlaata Constitution. 'Trouble 'bout these here poets," said the Georgia farmer, "they none of m make good field-hands." "Ever tried em?" "Of course. They're dead set agin plowin' for fear they'll hurt a wild flower, an' they won't beat an swear at a mule, for fear its got a foul!" "That's Strang!" "Xo, it ain't. "Twist you an me an' the gatepost, it's downright in herited laziness. riyntf F a aarvw lit. Ml. Genuine stamped C C C Never told I bulk. Beware of the dealer who trie to tell "something fust as good." Wom.'ii mid Jewels. Jewels, eandy, flowers, man that is the order of a -woman's preferences. Jewels furia rt magnet of mighty power to the a vernge woma u. Even that greatest of nil jewels, health, is ruined in tli' strenuous efforts to make or save ( he tm nicy to purchase theiii. If a wmnnn will risk lier health to get a coveted gem, then let her fortify herself against the insid ions consequence of coughs, colds and bronchial affections by thereg- ular use of Dr. Itoschee's (iceman Syrup It will promptly arrest con sumption in its on rly stage and heal the ntteiteil lungs and bronchial tubes mid drive the dread disease from the system. It is not a cure-all but it is a certain cure for coughs, colds and all broin'hial troubles. You can get Dr. i. (!. (Ireen's reliable remedies at any drugstore. e-o-w (Set (ireen's Special Almanai m RACKS 0 BIAS A NEW FAST TRAIN Between St. Louis and Kansas City and OKLAHOMA CITY, WICHITA, DEIMISON, SHERMAN, DALLAS, v FORT WORTH nil principal points In Tesns nnd the South eat. This train Ik n-xv throughout and it made up of ihu lliiest equviucnt, provi.let with eledrlo lights nnd u.l other uioilcrt wuvelintr conveniences. It runs via our uon somrli'ied Red River Division. Everv nppllunco known to modern c:n ; ulldlufr and railroiiiiinjr has been employer, j n the iuakc-up of this service, including Cafe Observation Cars, I inder the manaceincnt of Preil. Harvev Full information us to rates ami all details n trip via this now route will be ohovrfulli furnished, upon upplicutiou, by any repre lentative of the . A ROnM Trt VrMUi r-aj BAHAMA A TABLETS Th, Pr. Srb.rau. 'h nlral .' A.llMptk KllkiHLK PIOkV. til KK II itK luil A I.I I,rl. T.birli. i HE TIVK OK UIMIISK. k e ' wi IIIMUSKB rK) t UAR They iHfTerfall If uwd .trletly according I., dirwtlnm. .0.1 alteratiTelutlie M-iual oiyam. Tlu-y pnwrvelhe hen lhandcuredlwae.or tb Vamaa.W. mli ov.r1.it All NaKliialiilM'haivr. and wrriiHi. IrrrK'ilar and np prmwd Mf, la of Tlifor and fair. Tlime tnll.-ta are oil not only ti run- th l.i-a-N hut to prevent their oeeurnmce. We have received tbouMUd. of teU Dionlnl.. OUR GUARAHTEE'ipi commended, provided direction, are rarpfullv followed '-B.H.Hi TiBUTK" are aold liy.ll druirirli-t.nrKnt rTStpo2 "Tt. prtre. S1.W per Ui, or til bout tor 16.00, dead tor ti aampla. THE DR. S( HI RMAJiN CHEMICAL CO- ' MOLUJiU SlIUHSU. SIEFT. a. ST. UK 18. la, are the latest in design and painting. McFABLAND BROS., Butler, Mo. i)R AtiGED FI10M AUTO. S Magnate Causes Accident and Is Taught a Severe Lesson. Faraarr'a Sam SpreSa la Stapedis tk Sprrdlnm Marhlaie Alter It UrlTvr H4 Repeatedly Rrra SaaiaaaarS ta Ua Sa. Copeland, Wallace, a millionaire iron merchant of New York citv. aa drapuril out of his automobile by the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hare net Lovatt.of Spring Valley, Hock la nil county, X. Y. Juet outaitle of Xyack the automoliile so frightened a spirited horst liehind which were Mr. and Mrs. l.oviitt that it oolted, throwintf them both out. Mrs. I.ovatt left arm wa brokrn and she was m lini'iM'd anil shaken up thai her condition is serious. Wallace paid no attention to the he I.ovatts after they had been thrown from their roml mifun, but wen! w hizinij on at irreat speed. I.ov att telephoned ahead nnd Wallace was Stopped several times, lie said the accident was a trirlinjr one, and u as al lowed to puss oil. Then l.nvatt called tip his son's house, which is next to his own In Spring1 Vnlley. He told his son .tohn that his mother perhaps w us i! inj.' a the result of thy accident. John said the automobile would not ps him. lie trot a farm hand, nnd bet ween t hem they built a barricade of l am.-. Iiom ami barrels across ihe turnpike. I.'i imr the farm hand to Miunl the pass, .lohn went down the road to await the enemy. When the machine came rushing nlonsr yoim I.oxalt stood in the middle of the rond and shouted to stop. The iniieliine kept riirlit alonj.'. ami I.ovalt made a th unr leap I'M r the dashboard and .' la bind Mr. Wallace by the throat. A the ma chine slowed up he dracsjed hi j r i - -oner to the ground, nnd then, after llie tussle nail cm! eil in favor ot the oiipi er man, Mr. Wallace na- ma i -died t the hoit-e. where the farm hand guard ed him while I.otatt sent for the aii thorit e. Mr. Wallace said hp rerjrrt ted tl ene rident i cccdiiu.'l . and thai he had stopped when iuna!ed. Mr. l.ovntt rn it e . ? ili'tili". 1 lil-. inn! .t'li'i er held the automobile owner on tvxn cliarL'es. eci edtnir the -pie'd limit ai d rcf u-itirr to stop when signaled by a man dnvimr. JEFFERSON'S BIBLE. Cleruimen 1 1 liver tunnlrj I'riitest (uhIiisI Its IVinlliiu anil I 1111 Kreaamen Iteeonsliler cliiin. tetfersoli's I'.iblc xxill not bepiinleil by the irovernment. at least not al tlii timc. A resolution call! for tin print imr uf a number of copies for pub lie dist ril 111 1 ion was recent I v passed by the house, but so many protests, have poured in upon cuiiutcssiiicii from clerirvinen all over t he i o ioi rv that .1 resolution has been adopted bv the house re(iiest injr llie sella I c to re- t .n-n the bil! caliiiiif for Ho iliif. ll is the desire of the now to L'et 1 is-i. M in ,,f ihe oriuinal resolution for the purpose of UUIinir it. as the conre-siueii I'e alie that it U not popular, and they fear the political elTeet. Tl lijeelioil to "tlic ".TelTiM-sotl hie is based broadly on the iTotllid that he xvas a free-t liinKer and omit ted all rofcri'iiiv to Ihe tesii rre.l ii m. All of .IcIVei -.m's xxriliiiL's and lil erary xxoil; have been print, ,! ,-,-coimress. with the exception of the I'.iblc. tl inl it vv.-is f,,r the purpose of eompleiiittr his work 1 It ;t t it pnl,. licntioii was desired. Ihe origin il .lelVcrson 'lihle is in the possei-smii of the National Museum an I a nitin ber of private publishers hac iieen prompted to seek iis pu 1 ! ica t ion since the ree. nl mlvcn isiu ! has received in eoiore-s. BRITISH BIBLE?. The oii.erx 111 1 e Way in Wliielitlie J'1-iuUuu.-uLjUu- Vur4-oi iml Is lliine. The print icy of the I'.ihie i- ti e most, strictly ifiiari.ed work in i .xisteiice - -a fact which sip pen r t ran.'c mil ii w e re tli'ct on lie mischief an inaccurate llilile n.iyht brim; about, says the Liv erpool post. 'I'l:,. kind's printers ami the two universities of Oxford and Cambriiipe irixc to the world all the IJible printed in the I'nited Kiiiirdom. except some printed by special license. A few years airu the question arose whether the word "spirit" in Matthew 4-1 and Mark 1-12 should have a capi tal "S." it ha x imr been previously printed with a small one. and. although (lie xxord was obviously xvmnijly print ed, it was not until nftrr the rulinir powers at the universities and the kinp's printers had met In solemn coun cil that leave was (riven to use the capital letter. Nothiuir sanctioned hy authority in 1611 may bechanped with out creating somethinir akin to revo lution in the places where liibles are printed. ' Bldea noraehaek Like a t.aatr. Miss Alice Koosevelt's love 0 horse back riding Is expected to cause a craze for equestrianism during; the coming summer, says the Chicago Kee-nrd-Herald. It l proper to exclaim that Miss Roosevelt uses a sidesaddle. A Striklaaj Calaeldeaee. People who have investigated th matter say that the swearing habit is becoming more common than It was a few years ago. and the Chicago Hecord R era Id adds: So are automobiles. Waal Leak Well al Hrrlla. A statue of George Washington would look well anywhere, says the Chicago Inter Ocean, and if llerlir would really like to have tine, ull 1 needs to do is to say so. 114 A mmang position. Seme Flaarea kirk Sa.n Extrat al Prwelartiua aa4 Maaafartare af raa aad trel la I ailed Milri. The coininanding position of the I'nited States in the production and in a nu fact are of iron and steel is illus trated by some tisrurcs published in the London Commercial Intelligencer, a copy of which has just reached the treasury bureau of statistics. The world's total product of pip iron In l'.mi. it sny. amounted to tfMOKOOO tons, of which the I'nited States con tributed l.l.sTs.Oon tons; the Tnited Kingdom. T.T.Ki.oiiO tons: (iermanv. T.tiri.'i.OiKi ton; Kussia. 3.100.000 tons; France. ;.:;03.ikhi tons, nnd the remain der of the world, :!.fi."..'i.0o0 tons. Com paring the product of l'.iOl w ith that of the annual nveraire for the five-year period, lsr.1i.711, it will be seen that the I'nited Slates has increased its iron steel output far more rapidly than any other nation, the figures beinjr. Cnited States, from l.tii-J.ixiO tons to LVsTvOdrt tons, nn increase of !V. per cent.; t'niied Kingdom, from S.i:t:i.uiM tons to T.T.'O.Ooo toll.. an increase of ,M percent.; Cieruiany. frim l.U"jr.onO tons to T.i'.i'..!. 000 tons, nn Increase of per cent., and the entire world, exclusive of the countries mentioned, from S.THUioo ton, to 9.117.O00 tons, an in crease of Sii.'! per cent. An even more not ieea hie feat 11 re of this e row th, pointed out by the autl oi'tv from which the-e figures are quoted, is the steady and enormous urowth of the proportion of the world's product sup plied by the Cnileil Slates, and the eipiully rapid decadence in the position held by lireat I'.ritain. Thirty-live years npo the 1'nlied Kin'dotn pro. dueed practically one-half of the world's pi' iron, while tl e Crated Plates produced less than one-sex 1 11 1 h of the total; whereas, in 1"0I, ihe I'nited States st 1 first in lt pro. port ion of the total, con t rlhr.i ice prac tically four terths. lis ai.'a;it Vs than t vv n'-leiit lis bv the I'ui'ed K'lie- af doot. and nhotit the -aine share bv (0 r- 111a 11 v. VISITS BOYHOOD HOME. Mark Txxnln, l-'niiiius lltiiiinrlst,, Tells 11111sl1iR Inelileiil nt t ill lil In. nil tin . Ma rh Tw a in. t be man vv ho has m.ole nil the world laiiah. xxeju the other day. so deeply xvas he touched by ex pressions of tender regard from the I pie amoiiu vv In. m his boylu d vvas spent al llannibal. Mo., and ti Id how he t t 'ed to help liht the bait !e .. f the eont'eili-racy. "Kd Stevens. So 111 Lyons and .1 l"t of yoiiiio- fellows," he said, "marched o'l' of 1 la iinilial am1 ca'i-ped !:t New Lon don. We didn't do any hVht ii.ir. 1 e-catis-r xve couldn't iret iiuo a "'"hr. r en. (iraiil's sohlii'i's never sh"vxcd tlcir faces when in 1 w o v.c!.s the ft '' o lli 'ti was settled, and we wens down in Louisiana an. I dissolved ihim-'vi-. 1 si ill I hiiil. I hat if we hat! met 1 . :-;i nt and his t-.-o i 11 1 11 1 tere vv nild have ! II 1 rolllile." Ilefote ihe liii-it f his -lay expired M irk Twain vi'i'.' l the I'a'i.i ii- cave three miles si ill t h '' i-.-iv. in 'l.e.leplhs of which T.mi Saw;. . r a ml hi- .! xed licch.v vvete lost. :,'f, in w I ieh Mark Twa:n. llieii Voun- Sam ( i-i.-n-. w :is himself lost the -ais cave o which tHrO'll-S lUlllol ies ..f .e divd ilO Joe. hi crimes am! I is dentil L v starxu I ion. im prisoned i ii 1 1 eendlos- !':';. t bast a do en ;" ha oil a v I - i llatt li'bi'l claim the 1 list vi.'t i' u f !. j ! be only original Tot-i s:iv v er. .. t ... it is w Ith Hill kleberey r--iii. Hack's I. ! :i t i;y i- e-'aoli-hcd bv L I i'', rcc. who sj.y., the real !uek was 'I'.-ia I'.latikship. Kverx man of more ih.iu midiile nye lias his junta of -lories t.. tell nbo'ii the pranks and follies of yoiin Mark. PLANS A BIGGER NAVY. Arnolil-l'tirsler Dcft-mls llrilish V d iiiiiiili utiiiisi I linrue of 1'isiu 11 i ll 1-11 o I sliip-lluililinit I'liiiis. I Hi fin o a ilisciif-.si. 11 ..f I he navy esl i- males ill llie Iioip-i ol ci:t:ioi TtieTiouT-i other 1 lax the secret a rv of 1 he Admiral ty. Mr. Aiiiohl-I'orstcr. repunialed the Mif.-cest i"ii of Sir ( harles OiiKc. ad xaneeil radienl. that the goxt-riimeiit's sliipluiildinir programme xvas so small as to create a had i m press ion abroad. The secretary pointed out that dur ing t he last year I..", ships had been com pleted. and that 75 xessels xxere now un der const ruction, i m-1 ml imr armored cruisers. In addition to this colossal increase of (Ireat I'.rilaUtF naval re sources the admiralty contemplated immediately proceeding1 with upward of 27 other ships. The vote for the construction of vcr sels alone during the present year would amount to over C'l.OuO.nuO. Continuing. Mr. Arnold-Korster said it was purposed to continue the use of subsidized merchant cruisers, snhject to a possible change in the general pol icy regarding subsidies, and subject also to the question of the status which some of these ships might ac quire by virtue of a change in their ownership consequent on changes in registry. Comlaac Great Show. They are now having rehearsala In London of the coronation parade, to make the cream-colored horses famil iar with their parts, saya the Chicago Kecord-Heraltl. It's a great show for the price of admission. How It Feela. That man who was killed by an ele phant the other day, suggests th Chi cago Record-Herald, probably didn't suffer any more than has many a man who wa killed by a little old rutty nail. Slreaath of a Railway Baarlaa. A railroad engine may roughly be said to :k equal in strength to 900 horae. , Uissour. Corn io Feet Rish C. Mar. j A. Hughett. of Ili liiiioul. Mo., was at the stock vards vesterJav. He 1 ... but that l never evixv fiuer corn growing than is now rij-u.in;r in hi flelds in Raj county. 'The etalke are so tall that t !i-y winiM ivarh to the ceiling of thit rooiu." tud he pointed to the top of a 10-fit room in the Kxchange Luildiug. "They are so big," he addeil, "uiul eo clt8e lj woven together by the long green leaves that you can enter the middle ot 11 fit-Id in the daytime and find the lightning hugs Mazing away the name as they do in the nighttinieout in the ofn "The yield of corn i going to lie something utnitu;il if present prn lnH'tei continue. Some nay it will make over one hundred ltis!iels to the iii-re. That looks u' high eKtiinate to me, I lwliv.. though, my corn will yield an average of nv enty tive liiifdii'lsi to tlieio r. Tin-re are tli-ldw that will yield only sixty liUslli'lst, lull it's llllliost iliipossili,. to liiul tielils in my tn ilil.uriiiiod that xxill not yield over Miy hi-ln-ls toil.e acre." Educate Your Bowels. Your bowels tan be tra.iu il as well as your muscles or your brain. Cas carets Candy Cathartic train your boxvels to do riUt. (Itiiuinc tablets stamped C. C. C. Nevir sold in bulk. All druggists, mc. Train Falls Tlircuuli Itridijc. Fort Worth, Tex.. .Inly IT. Tin Texan nnd l'ticilie I'uss.bor train i-IIKt-bollllil. xxlliell left I, . re III 7: l"i this! morning, wont thrum.'!, .1 bri'lge overSabineriver at !l:.".o. Tin-baggage and mail I'lirn 1 1 1 1 ioruiiflirs went down. Tin- rear ear. sli-oper and eiigii'i and lender reihaiiu'd on the I nil k. Tin-scene of lie- xxreek is live Hides vXcst ol Mlbeoia. I'.agoageinasier II. M. I'- i;.of Mar slmll, xxas killed outright. About t liirty . imsM-tigi xvero in iiind. Tiny wore taken t i Mincnla, ulieiv tln-y ar- receiving itn-dieal at tention. rhijilivn often cry, tod ' : 1 1 1 ain, bill from lillllgt;!-. ltd i,i Mlo (oil abundantly Tie- tno; irises :. .. '. 1 1 : . . . :...:!.. , 11H..111 rni. i.T-.i e . " 1 is. it... o s 1 1 1 1 1 ill I I'll, bill .leViilirecl. l.y iVolllis. A lew doses nf While's Ifoaiu .i niifiige will ilosti'ov Hie worths, when i la cliiiilivu xili 1'i'gin ! ' ! :.f"'i at iinc I'li.-e. l'.'i .outs.-- II 1. 'ft: v-.:. I rain ixnlihi rs I'niYi!. I'ori Worth, To . .u,. 1 7 Tu,i lui'li .it 1 1 -1 1 1 (.; t to h"i'l t:) a soinl, linuii'i Itoek Islam! 1 i-si';, :.''! t rain last night ; 1 1 -1 noftn ,.f i vx. eii Saginaw and N" :'il,. Tin' mis- iTe.'iiits dayeil a ii-lg- i :. of e.'- graih (inles across ;ho tva. k. The engine struck tla-in. '; i,.. .iam llge. 'I'xvo maske-l lie b 1 ln-li al- ieiii'li'il to ciiiii!' Mn : : tigine, when I'digii r K 1 1 1 . . t ai. ! I'lr.-man Mi isier i itn'iii 'l lii n i ic ;,!. driving t in-Ill hack. Tile l-obi'i'l s os, ',ip,., in to the ilceji uiuiei Iri'i-ii. 'fin- train raiur on lu 1'ott ni'tii 'ouir hours late. S-veii or eioh; slioi - w. n-lired ut the ret renting roiiher- B.'ttrs the 4-a.itura SjSJZ? Miot Xuiscs ami llinisciL New York, duly IT. Ibtiry King, aged L's. of Ti'T I.exinct.iii avenue, entcreil the New York foundling asy lum. Sixty-eighth str.-d and Third avenue, lit i :!. o'clock tliis after noon, and shot two of ids nurses inul then himself. Hue of the nurses. Sis ter Cyrila, is in a dangerous condi tion: the other is oniy slightly wounded in the right arm. King is locked up in the l!ast Sixty-seventh street station house. King had at tempted to obtain a court order, calling upon those in charge of the foundling asylum to reveal his par entage. King, it is said, lielieved that he wan the child of wealthy par euts. Those who live on farms are espe cially liable to many accidental cuts, burns and bruises which heal rapidly when Ballard's Snow Liniment is ap plied. I'rice, 23 and oO cents. II. L. Tucker. Stev 0 ia Pitiable Condition. -' r-- U..H Tl. I.. -f vuiie x uvt ut ii uiy , j 1 t inuiro ui rpe Town yesterday presented Mrs. Steyn, wife of the ex-president of the former Orange River Colony, with a purse of fl,000, before she sailed for Europe with her husband. Mr. Steyn was in a pitiable condition from enteric fever. His arms were paralyzed, and he was unable toopen his eyelids. O Jj as Xi. X jBL. a Bean ta. ) It aind You Ht alwart Boofht 8ijputai cf