( THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY, MXT1 "4. 1903. 0J
k32r- - POLICE ARE PUZZLED
'from any street car running to the business
OVER BROWN SHOOTING
portion of St. Louis will take you to
The Missouri Safe Deposit. Vaults
where neither short tramps, long tramps, porch -
climbers, burglars nor ANY calamity d
or otherwise) can harm your valuables.
East Side Carpenter Who Was
Shot While Going Home
Dies From Wound. The Appetite
Remember the location: Convenient to all car lines,
Ctrner Sixth and Locust Streets
NO CLEW TO HIS ASSASSIN. of HumtMi Nature
It Is Relieved That Brown Re-
sisted Highwayman and When Uneeda Biscuit were first introduced, a conservative said:
That Latter Also
EAST SIDE NEWS. Was Shot. "They are all right as far as
worker, you see, wants something
they go, but they won't satisfy the worker. The
solid, and substantial, and plain like potatoes,
FORMER ST. LOUIS PASTOR an architect and contractor. He was a relathe
of the late Joseph Brown, at one time Major cf B. L. Brown, who was found unconscious
cabbage, or beef. These delicate and crisp biscuit, packed so daintily, in that
Ht. Louis. The hold-u- p occurred but a few step near the slilc,,alk on Missouri avenue, be-
INSTALLED IN ALTON CHURCH. from his own door at 8; Saturday night, whfn In-er-se-
Package, will not appeal
al to him any more than winter strawberries."
he was returning from work. When passing a tween Tenth nml Eleventh streets, East St.
lumber pile he was accosted and commanded t. Louis, and suffering from a gunshot wound
hold up his hands. Brown drew his reoler
The Reverend Doctor D. E. nnslinell an! the two weapons were discharged almost to-
gether. Brown was shot through the heart, and
under the left arm, died at hi- - home. No That sounded like good reasoning. But fact upsets theory.
In Cliarcf Twelfth Street Comber-lan- d 1212 Grand avenue, early yesterday morning.
the wound did not. even bleed, death was
Presbyterian Coucrcsrntlon. sudden. A pocl of blood In the center of the
road shows that he hit one of his body arsiliaits. Ilia body was taken to DomhofC's morgue, Workers everywhere have been great consumers of Uneeda Biscuit
The widow said last night that the wouli where Deputy Coroner Brichler made an
lie taken to Edwardsvllle Tuesday for lmern'.Mit.
The Odd rillows and Red Men will a?sl?t In
examination of It. The Inquest Is to be held
The outdoor worker, seated at noon upon the sidewalk, a house wall for his back
The Reverend Doctor D. E. Buhnell. th rites.
formerlv of St. Louis, was lns'iillcd as pas- Mine manager" and superintendents from nil Authorities believe that the shooting was rest; mill hands in the mill yard, seated on comfortable bales; teamsters and
tor of the Twelfth Street Cumberland Pres- parts of Madison County held a meeting at the a murder following an attempted hold-u-
Oourlhoure in Edwardstille Sxinlav ""rr0'";
byterian Church nt Alton yesterday. The
exercises were presided over by the Rev- County Inspector Thomas Cunningham pres aw nnd that the murderer is Biiot and seriously, draymen, on their high box seats all have eaten Uneeda Biscuit, and their
together - a
and stated that they were called haulig-- . fo-The
erend S. U. Leinb.ich. pasto of the First school of Instruction in electric
if not fata'.lv, wounded.
Cumberland Presbyterian Church nt Irvine. by II. Mltcn-i- i
lecture and demonstration was elrctiic C.apparatus The revolver which was found wives have eaten them, and their children have eaten them.
111. or Troy, who put in th nrst near Brown's side Saturday night as
The Installation sermon was preached at country.
eer usedHennlng. G. In this and O. F.V-ao-t- i
In a mine Identified yesterday as lila property by his
11 o'clock by the Reverend I D. Laswell. -- J. C. P. Dorrls
rasscd through EdHrdsMII? from bt afterneo--
at 3 o'clock. Tfcev departed to Chicago In an Louis
son. Ed Brown, 1! years old. He said his
father alwajs carried the little weapon In
Another conservative took another view:
ll a .
noon and will make the trip his vest pocket v. lien he was out late at
automobile touring car.
--Two balloon, believed to have ctme fMai!. the
Worll's Pair grounds were alighted In the, ten
According to Brown's family, he hod oc-
are all right," he said, "to sell to the workers,
In a d
'&&&mmW8mmt &&& night. One
of W. D. Hamlst. City on the of Ed,,arl ,oi
m . casion to go downtown Saturday evening.
He prom'scd to be home soon, and vns only
but you must not expect to sell them to the more prosperous people. They are
and the other was found two blocks from there when he was shot.
lenline. at New Douglas. too cheap. Five cents a package that kills Uneeda Biscuit so far as the
When his clothing was searched his money,
EAST SIDE BALL GAMES. amounting to nbcut SID, and his natch were
found, showing that lie had not been robbed. wealthy are concerned. The price should be higher they arc worth it"
Elsenstadts Won From Belleville liy He was unconscious when found and re-
Score of 3 to 2. yesterdn-
mained in this condition until he died sev-
The Simpson Stars of Belleville victory in
rolled the third successive
eral hours later. His death was due to In-
ternal hemorrhage. ,
That, too, sounded reasonable, but it also turned out to be only theory. .
nnv games this year, whitewashing Tho prevailing theory to the manner in
the Lemps of St. LouU by n score of to
8 which Brown met his death is that he whs
0 The game was contested vigorously, but
on his way home when a hlghwaymar for the greatest
grocers of the city and of the country say Uneeda
'w&tiLWMmWr'z?'' the Lempsgame not reach Krause
of the Trolley League be- -
to hold him up. Instead, Brovn
fe vMSifsB " In the drew his little revolver which carries a bul
let of 41 caliber, and fired. Biscuit have taken the place of the more expensive biscuit Over 200,000,000
of St. Louis, the visiting team carried off Two shots were heard by half a dozen
the honors by a score of 5 to 2. persons nnd a short while later Brown, un- packages have been consumed.
conscious, was found. It Is believed that
ultrvlll Xeni Xotes. one of the 3hots was fired by Brown and
"tVhy Should Every Young Man Study the
Blbler' s the subject discussed by. F.M. (.. A.
that it struck the highwayman.
Police were at work on several clews
The worker cats Uneeda Biscuit because of their goodness.
son at the men's meeting at the 1. jesterday and a number of witnesses will
V I'm. r ..ssbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbi jestorday afterncon.
"Nehemlah. tho Builder." wat discussed at
be subpoenaed to attend the Inquest this
afternoon. The wealthy eat them because of their delicacy.
ja7aEasSSBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB the hojs' meeting of the Y. M. C. A. yesterday
The funeral of Mrs. George Reuter took place
yesterday afternoon. ARRIVALS AT ST. LOUIS HOTELS. The whole world eats them because they represent the highest value as
The Honorable B, D. Holder Is ,lslting In
aajajBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSB Alton. Charles H. Schopbach of Aurora, III., Is a food product pure, wholesome, good.
Captain Brown and members cf Company '. at the Planters.
cf the A. M. B. Church will gl,e a concert Fri- T. E. Johnson of Boston is a guest at
. day evening. May ZJ.
Benjamin Kissel, who is attending school at
the Washington University. St. Louis. Is j Kit-
F. Daniel of New York Is at the Plant- The appetite of human nature always relishes
REVEREND DR. D. E. BUSHNELL. ing his parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. Kissel, of est
pastor of the First Cumberland Presby-
terian Church nt Donnelson. III.
Yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock the In-
stallation exercises were held. The con-
gregations of the' various evangelical
"Haensel and Gretel" will be proJuced at
the Llederkranz Hall Wednesday evening.
Alton Notes and Personals.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Morgan of Chicago
are registered at the Planters.
George W. Knapp of New York has
looms at the Planters.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Steece of Helena,
a good change of diet Uneeda Milk Biscuit
is a change that never disappoints. ff
Senator Louis E. Walter came down Alton
churches In the city assisted In the exer- fipringHeld and spent Sunday with his Mont., are guests at the Southern.
cises. A special music, programme was also relati,cs.
given by tho choir under the direction of G. W. Eddy of Lincoln, Neb., Is regis-
Edward Hadfleld and George Waltemado of tered at the Southern. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
J. M. Logan. Sedalla. Mo., are visitors in Alton. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Barrett of Cleveland
The scripture lesson was read by the Rev- Attorney W. H. Anderson of Springfield. 111.,
erend J. H. J. Rice, pastor of the First dedvered an address in the Flrat Baptist Churcn are at the Southern.
Congregational Church. The opening praver at Uppsr Alton last e,tnina unEvangelical Church
"Prohlultlon." L. R. Stockwell of San Francisco Is a
was offered by the Reverend Doctor M. W. The pulpit of the German eiterday rooming and guest at the Southern.
In Alton was occupied
Twlng. pastor of the First Baptist Church. evening by the R,erend Doctor S. Harberte of Llndell. C. Hamll of Kansas City Is at the
The constitutional questions were pro- Ftrguson. Mo.
pounded by the Reverend S. U. Lelnbach, Perry Edwards of Alton his gone to Cascade J. W. Fowlkes of Washington, D. C., is
who also delivered the charge to the pas- Locke, ore. a guest at the Llndell.
tor. The charge to the congregation was Mr. and Mrs. Da,H Bauer of St. Louis were F. A. McCaffey of Syracuse, N. Y., is
delivered by the Reverend L. I). Laswell guests yesterday of Mt. and Mrs. John It. Dals registered at the Llndell.
CAPITALISTS POOL TO BUY INTERNATIONAL Y. M. C. A.
of Donnelson. Greetings from the Minis-
ters' Alliance were extended by the Rev-
erend H. K. Sanborne, pastor of tho First
Presbyterian Church. The benediction was
pronounced by the pastor.
The Reverend Doctor D. H. Bushnell was
In North Alton.
Edward Goulding of Fresport. III.. Is u Msi-t-
Homer Stanford cf Mount Vernon. Ill . Is a
,iDltor In Alton.
Doctor H. T. Burnap of L'ppcr Alton. Robert
Edward F. Glaze of San Antonio Is at
the St. Nicholas.
E. W. Dyke of Boston is a guest at the
F. C. Smith of Chicago has rooms at the
Curdle. Sr.. and Elmer ., Rutleccc of A.toa will St. Nicholas.
WEALTH OF LEGAL
LORE FOR EXHIBIT
CHOCTAW COAL LANDS.
Gould, Cote and Frlck Send Repre- - Committee Adopts Flan for Yifforons
called to the pastorate of the Twelfth
Street Presbyterian Church at Alton from
St Louis a year ago. The delay in the In-
stallation rervlces was occasioned bv the
desire of the presbytery not to break a
church court, of which the pastor was a
go to QGIney on represent the Alton
ijodge of the Ancient Older of United Workmen
at tne annual meeting of the State Grand Lodge. St. Nicholas.
The Board of Education of Upper Altoneven-
hold an important meeting on Wednesday
ing at which the teachers tor the coining jear In
the public schools will be appointed.
Tomas Vennard of Cincinnati is nt tho
D. A. Dyer of Carthage, Mo., Is at 'the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and Mrs. It. Rare Old Books From Department
ficntatlrcs to Look Over Inillnn
Campatirn Among? Rnllroad
Men of Europe.
member. In accepting the charge of the
Alton congregation Doctor Bushnell was Louis La,enue of Mansfield. Mo.. Is a ,lsllor M. Mllllgan of Mexico, Mo., are guests at
In Alton. the Horn. of Justice to Be Shown
South McAIester. I. T.. May 3. H. C.
Topeka, Kns., May 3. The eleventh Inter-
national convention of the Railrcaa loung
Men's Christian Association, which has been
transferred from the 8L Louis Presbytery Herman Johnson of Upper Alton, who enlisted at John Laclede. Campbell of Qulncy. III.. Is a guest Frlck of Pittsburg, John W. Gates of Chi-
to the Van.alia Presbytery. last May as a yeoman In the United Statespromot--Navy, the
Mo., is at the
at St. Louis. cago and George Gould of New York have
In session in Topeka sir.ee HJt Thursday,
closed .Most of the delegates have Earth's greatest wonder
and stationed on the Lancaster, has been to O. T. Hamlin of Springfield,
to chief billet and bien transferred the Laclede. formed a pool for securing control of the left the city and others will go ht on the titCLn of chasms, a mile
St. Louis Items. Yankee, which is now stationed at League Island. J. D. Franklin of Sedalla. Mo., was among ?pcc!nl trains. It has not been settled when
the arrl,als at the Laclede jesterday. coal lands in the Choctaw Nation.
Miss Hamilton at Cutler Is visiting Miss Bes-
The City of Providence from St. Louis
the first excursion cf the season ytstciday and George E. Graham of Louis, Me. Ky., is at The survey recently completed by Colonel
the next convention of the association wilt
bo held. Tills will be left to the direction deep. ma.nymiies wide.
took several Hundred Altontans for a trip up the the Laclede.
Doctor J. C Reader of Lansdowne Heights
has returned from Ofcawvllle Fprtngs.
Miss Maud Jeffries of De Soto. Mo.. Is the
Illinois River. Charl--
J. L. Dunn of Fredericks. S. D.. is a lsltor the St. Jnmcs.
F. Sanborn cf Jackson. Mich.. Is at
ROMANCES OF BRITISH COURTS. Taft of the Geological Survey shows that
there are 440,003 acres of this coal land, and
the pool has agreed to pay about $23 an
or the Executive Committee.
No oillcers were elected, as this conven- r iciures ot it. For s
..nd the s?a,on--
truest cf Mrs. John Walters. in Upper Alton. George J. Baker of Dayton. O.. Is a guest
tion was held for the purpose of making novelty a Grand Canvon Photochrome Tiew.
Miss Alice Murphr of Jollet. III., is visltlnr Tne Reverend George R. Gehauer. pastor of at the &t. James. acre for the entire area. plans for the further advancement of the unlquelr mounted to reproduce tbe Canyon
Miss Mary Porman. the First Unitarian Church at Alton, jesterday of Peoria, III., registered at tho At present ail the coal mines In the na- work. tints. Or, for rame price, a set of four
begun a series of sermons on "Emerson and His St. M. W. Suartz
Mrs. J. W. Pope, will enUrtaln the 'Woman' James eetorday. tion are being worked under lease, but" It was decided to pay special attention prints, ready for framing.
Guild of the Episcopal Church this afternoon. Message to the World," in commemoration cf
annl,ersary cf the birth of Henry Gehrlns of Dubuque, la.. Is a su"st Historic Xnmes of Great Britain now that the allotment is to be completed hereafter to the work ot the association on
the one hundredth Secretary Hitchcock has decided it will be foreign railroads. The German State road
V TV. W. Kimball of Cairo. IIL. Is visiting his
family en Howe avenue.
Ralph Waldo Emerson, 'ibe subject yesterday at the ft. James.
wfts "Emerson, the Man."
and Early Jurists of American In the Interest of the Indians to sell the
lands outright rather than to continue the
'presents an especially attractive field for
efforts nlor.g this line, as Emperor William
Books about if: Sf "fSlSlS
Miss Lulu Clark of Brighton place Is visltlnr 1
The members of the Dominant Ninth Ladles' Mlssourlans In New York. Colonies Figure in the lease system under Individual ownership, Is greatly interested in the work. Five ses- Canvon book. 133 nattes. S3 Illustrations.
friends in Belleville. IIL Chorus of Alton will hold a meeting this after- REPUBLIC SPECIAL which would mean that the Indians would cover In colors; contains articles by noted
Mrs. L. c. Havnes entertained In honor of noon with Miss Emma Watson In Atby street, at New York. May 3. Among the arrivals at. Collection. sions were held y.
authors, travelers and scientists. Worthy a
her sister. Mrs. U. S. Holman of BoonvlUe. wnicn tne orncers ior tne ensuing: jear win De the hotels here were the following receive little benefit from the coai area. At 9:30 th'n morning a "quiet hour" ser-
Mo., who his been her guctt during the Dedica- elected The Verdi Gentlemen's Cnorus wlii alsj
The lands, therefore, have been segregate" vice was conducted by the Reverend J. Wil- Place in anv library. Or will mall free
tion week. meet this evening at tbe Commercial Club In Mlssourlans:J. D. Sulll,an. P. W. Gradwohl. and are to be sold at auction within a few bur Chapman of New York. His subject pamphlet, "Titan of Chasms."
Mrs. Buck of Baugh avenue Is entertaining Bello street and elect ofllcers. St. Louis months, in order to insure that there shall was "Three Looks Up. In. Out."
Miss L Lynch of Chicago. Herald Square: R. L Cochran. Broadway Cen- be no opposition to Us plans the pool has Delegates to the convention occupied the A. Andrews, G. A..
The Public School Art Society will hold Its Appointments Are Announced. Ashland: C Kunl.el,
tral: W. Anderson. Hoffman: R. Burkam. Grand 10S North Fourth Street.
regular monthly meeting this evening at 8 N. S. Raub. Washington, May 3 Lawyers will find arranged with the companies now mining principal pulpits of the city at the regular St. Louis, Ho.
o'clock. Captaln.Georgc D. Eaton, who was elected Union: H. J. Sheehan. Criterion. nuch to entertain them in the cases of under leases to permit them to buy the morning services of the churches.
Doctor R. X. McCracken. Doctor J. L Wlg- - to succeed himself as the President of Kansas City N. V. Lewis. Albert: SI. Roeen-bac-
rare old law books the Department of Jus- lands they have leased. In the afternoon a great mas3 meeting
the Board of Trustees of Upper Alton, and D. Simmons. Rossmore; T. Warner. Criterion; R.
Grand Union: F. If any of tho companies are not in a po- for men was conducted in the Auditorium
fln and Doctor C M. Llllle, Orleans to attend
wives, departed for Kew
President Harry Parker, who was elected to
Miss Whitney. Winsonia. tice will show at St. Louis. sition to buy their lands, the pool will buy by Fred B. Smith of New York. At this
the meeting of the National Association of Phy- succeed Charles Clifford as President of Among these are two 'ancient volumes them and continue the leases at the present meeting over COO men professed conversion.
sicians and Surgeons. the Board of Trustees of Nortb Alton, entitled "The Laws' of New York." The rnvnlty of S cents a ton. At the same hour In the First Methodist
Mrs. Elizabeth Ttfersh. 78 years old, one of
residents or East St. Louis, died at
announced their appointments for the com- PARIS FASHION IDEA. first volume contains an order from George The pool is not to buy the lands in com- Episcopal Church Miss Gertrude Saxe of
her home on Baugh avenue yesterday morning.
ing year at special meetings of their III, dattU March 13, 17T0, creating the mon, lint will divide them up, Frick taking Uh'caso led a mass meeting for women, un-
She was the raotner of Mrs. Dora, wife of Alex- respective councils held on Saturday even- -- Q Chamber of Commerce of New York. The the lands along the Fort Smith and West- der the direction cf the i'oung Women's
the bunting otr Dm-.'us-
ing. Captain Eaton appointed William I. ern road. Gates a tract in the eastern part Christian Association. l! this year. Con-
ander Flannlgen, Miss Lizzie Marsh and Lo.ls
Marsh. The funeral will take place this after- Kevlin. Welghmaster of UpDer Alton. John l'resldent was John Cruger. One of tnu of the nation, which bears good coking coal, Addressee were made by Doctor Elmore gratulations. Cincinnati.
noon. Services will be held in the Sacred Hart Still as Marshall, and E. J. McPliillips as members was John Roosevelt. A full list and Gould Is to get the land around South Harris of Toronto. Ontario: Fred B. Smith Emmett Hcldrlck was In the game yesterday
Church. Village Treasurer. .President Parker of of tne names contains many intimately con- McAIester. Rfpresentatlves of these men of New York and other delegates. This way up to his neck. The fast center fielder had
North Alton appointed Edward Cain as nected with tne business interesiB of this have been in the nation for weeks looking was in the nature of a farcwei: service and his willow loaded with hits. Ills three-bags-
was presided over by thu president of the was a corker and came at a time when It was
Marshal and John Mathie as Village ( ItliTlf V. I
"Lsno of New York" were printed the lar.di over. most needed.
Edwardsvllle Notes. Treasurer. luo-- e J
Frlck predicts that within a few years the International Association. Colonel John J. Barry McCormlck Is cutting up a very pretty
Orrin L. Brown of No. 1202 Grand avenue. entire Western country will be dependent McCook of New York. game at ?cond. and Frlel is doing remarkably
Eakt St. Ixnils, who was shot and killed late Jerscyvllle Notes. Lok tiote in Hanover bquaie. upon the Choctaw Nation for coal, and he well at third. Padden. of cour. Is missed, 1- but
men when he g had The Board of Supervisors of Jersey Coun- The Constitution of tho rftate of New wants to be In on the ground floor. the Browns are luckv In possessing a man 1-
Faturday night by hold-u- p
almost reached his home, was almost a
resident of Edwardsvllle. He was bom In county Alton
ty will meet at Jerseyvllie
ficers for the coming year.
and elect of- York, dated Kingston April 0.
on Hie tlrst pn,e. This Constitution Is
begins 1, Three-- I LeSROc.
At Decatur Decatur 6. Rock Island 2.
Frlel. who can play almost any po'ltlon on the
forty-thre- e years ago and removed to the The Reverend Vv. Clatworthy of Mount Ster- signed "Leonard (Jar.scoort, presid. p. t."' At ltockford Rockford 3. Dubuau S. Jimmy Barrett had three single, yesterday
seat when sj boy. remaining there until He year
a ling. IIL. preached In the village hall at All the laws of the State passed at the COWBOYS UNDER ARREST Carr. the Detroit's lengthy first baseman. Is
ago. when he located In East St. Louis. was afternoon. At Bloo.nlngto" llloomlnstor. 5. Joliet 3.
a. wonderful fielder, lie Is very fast and a
first sesslcn of the Legislature, held at
t Chester House of Jerseyvllie has gone to
wtMit Trithvterlaji Church In
preached at the
The Reverend J. G. KleneJerseyvllie yester
day morning on "A Woikman Approved of God."
l'oughkeepsle, Dutches County, are given
in uelali and some ot lliein are very amus-
one is an "Act to permit the raising of a
AFTER KILLING SEVEN STEERS
Napoleon Lejolc will b here y
sticker. He was formerlv a member of the New
Jersey team of the Eastern League.
Oeseler. who Is playing right flsld for the
Tigers. Is also an Eastern League product. Lai-- t
year Osiler played with Newark under the
and last e, enlng on "How Christ Won been elect-
Peter." sum not exceeding by way of lottery Roplnir Contest nt the Fair Gronnds The lioys climbed out of last plac yesterday. name of Shuitz and. led the league.
H. P. Brockman of Jersewllle has A bad beginning Is better than a bad endlnff.
ed as the delegate from Cosmos Lodge of the toward tebulldlng the Courthouse and Is Objected to ly n Hatuune Cincinnati lias at last struck her gait. The Teager, who w a catcher for Detroit last
season. Is playing n good game at third for the
Ancient Order of United Workmen to the annual gaols In the county of Ulster." A Rent. Tribe of Kel ttlll now make them alt hustle.
meeting of the Grand Lodge, which will be held Long Iflana is referred to as Nassau. When the "Red Men" get going right they will Tigers this season.
at Qulncy this week. death Ellds Des Drossef stems to have been an make etcry team In the Ieaj;uo hustle. The crit- Jimmy Callshsn; the scholarly manager of
On account of the of Bishop Taylor no important character and the names of ics who picked Cincinnati to finish second need .h. Whit Sor. olared a great etT?
services were held jesterday at the Episcopal not worry about the fulfillment of tlwlr prophecy. i yesterday. Besides pitching a winning gani.
other men for whom the streets of older Zach Mulhall's cowboys and At that, they win make PltUburg hustle to float Soeedwsy" had three hits out cf four tlmJ
Church In Jerseyvllie. Jerseyvllie presetted New York were called occur frequently- - Colon-- !
at tne d- o-
J. R. Edwards of at the Perhaps the most valuable collection at rough riders attracted a crowd of mammoth
Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Newbern the Exposition will be three sets of English
esterday momlng and evening proportions to the Fair Grounds yesterday
The Greatest Helpfulness" was the theme of law books, which date from the "War of to witness the exhibition of rough riding,
the Reverend Doctor Jav A. Ford at the First the I!ose3" to the time Lord Coke was Lord broncho busting. 3teer roping and tying,
Baptist Church In Jersevvlile jesterday, morning.- Plilnf Tiicd.. nt 7nrlmiil. Thp n!lest nf
which took place In the infield of the race
Last evening Doctor Ford preached on "Seed- thes Is known as "Jenkins' Centuries." writ-
'"ijudge' 3. W. Herdman of Jerseyvllie has re- ten by Judge David jciiKins oc rnorth Wales Some 15,000 persons saw the show.
turned from Wataeks, in. while he was a prlsonsr eighteen years In The feature of tne exhibition was the
the tower of London by order of Oliver j work of Mlsd Lucil.'c Mulhall, the
ROCK MINERS MAY STRIKE. Cromwell. daughter pf the owner of the show. !
done eases, STrelllnes,Scabby Skin
Pains, Itcnlair, Dis- it nnt.ninQ the laws. Drecedentu and rui- - IMl3s Muihall roped and tied a large steer in
Carbuncles, Ins of com ts from the beginning
d's 1:11. Jim Hcpitins of Mulhall. Oic, caught
Pimples, Scrofnln. Declare They Have Not Been of' the York and Lancaster quarrel to the nnd tied lily Hteer In :U. He won first prize
Permanently cured by taking Botanic Blood date of Judge Jenkins tenure of office. In the contest. Miss Mulhall's 1:11 won
Balm. It destroys the actiie Po.son In the blood. Agreed Upon. "The State Trials of Great Britain for third prize among the cowboys.
If vou hate aches and pains in hones, back and Heresy and High Treason." collect-- d and The cowboys were rather tough and
Joints. Itching. Scabbv Risings BloodBumps hot or
on the Wllkesbarre, Pa., May S. A mass meet- edited, one set by Hargrave. the other by durinrj the afternoon. By hard
thin. Swollen Glands. and ing of rock miners was held In this city Howell, read3 like historical romances. Oa rop ng and throwing heven steers were
Skin. Mucous Patches eruptions. Copper-Colore- d'Throat.
In Mouth. Sore
to take action on the 10 per cent
Plropics or offenlve to-d-
'advance (decreed by the commission which the1 pages figure the most famoiin char- Idled. Their neck"? were broken In falling
Spots or rash on Skin, all run r.own. or nervous.
Hair or Kye-b-o- the men claim they are not receiving.
acter ot English history Mary Que-- n Sir of
An officer of the Humane Society demanded
Ulcers on any part of the body. Bolls. Swelling Fcots. Queen Elizabeth. Kins: Charles I. that the police arrest the cowboys. The po-
felling out. Carbuncles or These miners are now all members of the Walter Raleigh. Captain Kidd. TItii- - Oatcs.
lice did so. Colonel Mulhall and his men
In the Neck, take . United Mine Workers' Union, but as they Lord Chief Justice Jeffreys. Lord Chief Jus- were taken to the police station on Grand
Botanic Dlood Balm, Guaranteed work for individual contractors to they have tice Co'te and countless others. avenue and the Fair Grounds, but the
to cure even the worst and most deep-seat-
not recelted the advance given tbe other Aram?oment will be made at St. Louis official did not make charges and
cases where doctors, patent medicines and and hot
miners. The rock men now propose to Ishave
rorings tail. Heals all sorer, stops all achespure an understanding, and If the advance not so.' that scholarly visitor, to the Govern- they were released.
1 pains reduces all swellings makes blood body
given thetn within tho next two week3 they ment building can examine these rare old Tne band of thirty Kiowa Indians were a
and rich, completely changing B.B.B. has
the entire volumes. leading feature with their" war dances,
Into a clean, healthy of Blood Poison even cured
condition. will all go on strike. .
paint, feathers and tomahawks. They all
thousands of cases the last stales.
after F. L. Sommers, chairman of the meeting, Railway Construction Notes. tode war ponies and made an imposing
the disease has reached Catarrh, stated that the rock men formerly had a
V Old Rheumatism, Eciema union of their own, but they all joined the T S Tutwller, assltant Atlantic Coa3t. appearance.
The cowboy band in sombreros and
are caused by an awful Pp'soned condition of the United Mine Workers, and when the latter Ga., of the
Blood. B.B.B. stops Hawking and Spitting. cures
ing nnd Scratching. Aches and Pains; Scales.
Rheumatism, Catarrh; heals oil festering
Errptionf. Watery Blisters, foul,
declared rock work anralr during the long
strike the rock men quit with the rest.
He declared none of them has received
e. . .I. o - m Llne. t""3- - that therinrrin
nnd grading Is now mt:-S-
to Fort chapperejos also made an Imposing appear-
.,. K , ance and furnished pleasing swan songs
for the dying steers.
" Doesn't couch much through the day. It's when night a
of Eczen-a- . by git ing a pure, healthy blood sup-
ply to affected parts.
the back pay decreed for the coal miners, SHANTUNG SILK TOP COAT. way.
Incorporation have been filed With the Amnteuri.
comes that he coughs so hard."
and but a very few of them have received For driving, automobllinc; ana light sum- Articles of
Botanic Blood Balm Cures Cancers of all kinds. the 10 per cent advance. In his address, he
said it was only fair to ask for what was mer wear this heavy ecru, silk coat Is much by tho Canton.
Aberdeen and Nashville Eat St. Louis and St. Charts teams cf the
Railroad Company, which proposes to bu.ld Trolley League met yesterday with the fornwr
Don't let ihese night coughs deceive you. Some day you
Suppurating swellings. Eating Sores. Tumors,
ugly Ulcers. It kills the Cancer Poison and heals given the other miners, and that the time the best and most novel form of the new a line from Brilliant. Marion County, to team vlnnine by a score ot 30 to I. Pitchinc
reason's wear. It is further enlivened by the e d?e of Colbert County. Tennessee. by Teny was a feature, as was the battlnc of
may wake up to the fact that your boy is thin, pale, weak,
the sores of worst cancer perfectly. If vou have hat come when they will try to get It
a persistent Pimple. Wart. Balm and they will
Stinging Pains, take Blood
Swelling... Shooting. peaceably, but if not, they would stop all conttastlng embroideries In delicate tint
and broad cuffs.
is being pushed on the Absteln.
Western Line from Fort Th- - nromers- - colltgo team won even seriously ill. You can't safely trifle with any throat or
that Kind or work in tne various mines. J2.E0 used for the stole Chicago and Great
disappear before they develop Into Cancer. Mary which by lllcglns and by triebatting of ;Doyle4. Were the
frcm the mls .cure Pitching lung trouble. Cure the cough quickly with
The wages of these men range from Dodtte to Council Bluffs. la., of year. to
apparently hopeless coes of cancer cured by to $3 a day for eight hours work. They re- BROTHERS IX SERIOUS FIGHT. miles were completed last
ttVlpir Ttntsrlr Bloo.1 Balm. move rocks from shafts and tunnels for con-
feature of the gam.
The Chicago. Indiana and Eastern has
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Barton won from the La
Walter Ilrovtm Probably Fatally completed surveys for an .extension from day New the aco.-- ofandtoCorcoran loscas Devnn-ne- y
OCR OCaKAA'TEE. aay tractors who take contracts from the coal bv 5 I. Carroll ana e
companies. T here are nearlv 1,000 men em- IVoaatls Charles Ilrorrn. Mundle to Hagersylllc. Ind.. where con- - and furnlched bat-
razatst, take as tllrected. of
Bo? si larcn battle (tor 1.jBotanle n Blue-so-
ployed at this work In the Wyoming-distric- t the Pennsylvi- tery work.
Blod Balm (B.B.H.) mltraira care alone. Walter and Charles Drown, brothers and nection will be made JlayfWds won their sixth straight Uclory CI
when the right qaaatltr Is takea. negroes, became Involved In an altercation score of to 1.
Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul yesterdayof by the317 Clark 8 avenue Manaier like F.
If not earedyonr ssoaey will Flayers Parade nt Mlllstadt.
at their home. No. 241 North Fifth street,
last night, during which Walter dtew a ..nnit. Minn.
knife and cut .Charles about the face and ten to Monkato.
trflpKlav.nr frnm Kcncilc .so.
hear from teams wfihlns games.
It's the same medicine your old doctor gave you when you n
MLIstadt. 111.. May S. The baseball season was neck. The wounds are so serious that the It. is stated tnai tummtui win De iei White Seals Beat Hicks. were a child. The young doctors indorse it now, too, for
ii..,.nlo Hlaod Balm (U.B.D.ltested for
Is opened here The Enterprise Band pa-
raded with the baseball.olayers of Mlllstadt and
physicians at St. Mary's hospital, where for the construction of the Cincinnati and !
the wounded man was taken, think his re- Louisville bv
a!s UCD frcm the J. R. Hlcka
month. I the ICuIage erounds yesterday by a score of off
tm coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, consumption.
Pleasant and safe to or the members of. the baseball association cf this covery Is doubtful. Is to extend irom Cincinnati to ' to....! their.fiTV nndmaking
f. loners hits twenty-seve- n
20 years. Composed Pure Botanic Ingredients, city and the Liberty-clu- of St. Louis, whom The road Harlffv .i.n war. In tho Kl. Ucc.,Jl.M. J. C ATE CO, Una, Hta.
1 stnnsthena weak kidneys and weak stomachs. they played Gallagher and Krause did Walter fltd Immediately after the cutting, Louisville. fir the' Hicks. Next Sunday tho White Seals
cures dyspepsia. Complete directions go with the battery work for the Llbertyt. while G- - Mus-ko- pf but was later found by Officer Kramer hid- The branch of th? St. Louis Valley meet the Dlels- - Tho score by Innings was: 1 the neatest confidence In Aytrt Cherry Peetorsl. I bars rosed it for a, number s
p a cola." CsUnus nzrosr, nstuirarg.n.T.
and E. Etllng did the battery work for the ing under an old building. He is a prisoner Line extending from Fordyce. 111., to the jtaiaaadl never knew to tall to break
"gold "in" "- - I""' ? LlndeH Drag
are. Call home team. As this was the first game of the at police headquarters. Neither will tell coal fields of Wllllamaon County has been White Seal 5 2 2 5 2s J2 al !
tore. 6th (and Washington by express.
r write. Blood Balm sent
season the attendance was very large. The score
was Ilollii favor of Mlllstadt. what caused the trouble. completed. Hicks 0 0 12 0 3 0 f I I '
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