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A man works to live. He must live
He does both better oh
the soda cracker that contains in the
most properly balanced proportions a
greater amount of nutriment than any
food made from flour.
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each package. It was our intention to withdraw this offer
October 1 st. but so many people have said they did not realize
the great chance we are ottering until they saw it in the home of
some friend, we have therefore decided to extend it. This will
give everyone a chance to get a set. Many ladies are securing sets
to present to friends at Christmas. Remember, this is not a
premium with Defiance Tea and Coffee. It is a present to users
of these beverages for making new friends. Ask the grocer.
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LETTS-SPENCER GROCER CO. - ST. JOSEPH, MO.
FIFTY-FOUR BODIES RECOVERED
AT ATLANTIC CITY.
CAUSE IS STILL A MYST.ERY
Fifty-one Bodies of Victims of Disas
ter Are Identified Second Car is
Brought to the Surface Interest in
Atlantic City, N. J., Oct. 31. Tho
contention of Corner Oaskill atbat a
number of persons who lost tehir lives
in tho electric train wreck on tho
Thoroughfare bridgo may bo burled In
tho mud whero tho cars plunged was
borno out when tho bodies of Mrs.
Paul Folsburg, Mrs. Selinsi Johnson
and that of Mrs. Sarah. Miller wcro re
coTerod from under tho third car.
This car bung over tho abutment in
tho center of tho bridgo with its noso
in the mud, and when the workmen
wore trying to lift It from tho water
tho bodies worked loose. That of
Mr8. Miller was pinned fast in tho
wrcckngo, but that of Mrs. Folsburg
floated up to the view of tho work
men. Mrs. Johnson's body was found
aomo time later, caught under the
wreckage. All were cut and battered.
Tho finding of theso bodies In
creases tho official identified dead to
flfty-ono and tho total number of bod
ies recovered, to 'fifty-four. There aro
atiU known to be among tho dead tho
ottos of Mrs. Frank Monroo, three-
old Joeepk MeElroy, h. N. Burch
and Annan A. Lexis Tedosco, which
makes the certain number of dead in
the wreck ilfty-flve. There still re
main at various mortuaries three un
claimed bodies. Tho second of tho
denth-dealing cars has been raised
and it is expected that several other
bodies will be recovered.
Aside from tho search for tho bod
ies Interest now centers on the In
quest, which will bo held by Coroner
Gasklll tomorrow morning. Whllo ho
will not express an opinion before the
inquiry as to tho causo of tho acci
dent, It appears from his statements
that ho Is convinced tho bridgo on
which tho accident occurred is not as
It should be and may havo to bo rebuilt.
It was reported that tho soldier,
named Vlasoff, and eight of his asso
ciates in tho plot to blow up tho build
ing where tho court-martial trying
tho Cronstadt mutineers was sitting,
havo been executed.
MILLIONAIRE KILLED BY AUTO
ANNIVERSARY PAS8ES QUIETLY
Disorder and Bloodshed Averted in
St. Petersburg, Oct. 31. Tho first
anniversary of tho proclamation of
tho manifesto giving a constitution to
Russia -passed in undisturbod quiet.
Disorder and bloodshed wero averted.
Tho workmen of St. Petersburg, al
ways tho most numerous olement In
any disturbance, complied absolutely
with tho orders of the labor organiza
tions and abstained from any celebra
tion or demonstration. Tho men of a
scoro of smallor factories had tho
day off, but work was porformed In a
majority of tho shops.
Sovoral bands of "Black Hundreds,"
armed with Btavos, paraded In a re
mote streot, but there wero no col
lisions with them nor havo thero been
any conflicts between tho workmen
and. tho police.
Robert M. Snyder of Kansas City
Meets Death While Riding.
Kansas City, Oct. 29. Robert M.
Snyder, millionaire capitalist of this
city and under Indictment In St.
Louis on a chargo of bribery, died at
Agncw hospital as tho result of in
juries received In an automobile acci
dent at Indopendenco boulevard and
Park avenue a fow minutes before.
Snyder, In his own automobllo, which
was driven by Frank M. Schroeder,
nn oxport chauffour, was riding east
ward and just passing a moving trol
ley car when tho chauffeur saw a
small boy Jump from tho car directly
in tho path of tho macblno. In nn
offort to savo tho boy Schroeder
turnod tho machine toward the curb,
and as it struck tho curb Snydor, who
was in tho roar seat, was thrown
against an Iron trolloy polo and his
skull fractured at tho baso of tho
brain. Tho boy, whoso name la Ar
thur Rodall, was knockod down and
fatally injured. Schroeder was unhurt.
Balm Held Out to Japan.
Toklo, Oct. 21). Tho course of ac
tion pursued by tho Unitod States
with the view of protecting tho treaty
rights of tho Japanoso has been some
what offectivo in soothing tho foot
ings of tho Japanoso pooplo, injured
by tho San Francisco school Incident,
and acoontunUnn tho confldonco of
tho pcoplo la President Roosevelt,
whoso fnlrnoss Is praised on all sides.
It Is altogether unlikely, and thero Ih
as yet no sign whatever, that the Jap
anese will Imitate tho Chinese in
boycotting Amcrlcnn goods.
Tobacco Trust Caso Adjourned.
Now York, Oct. 30. Hearing on tho
demurrer Interposed in tho proHecu
tlon instituted by tho United States
against McAndrewa and Forbes In tho
so-cnllcd tobacco trust prosecution,
wns adjourned until Nov. 9 by Judge
Hough in tho United Stntcs court
here. Tho adjournment wbb ordered
by agreement of counsel.
Dies From Football Injuries,
nellofontnlno, O., Oct. 30. Harry
Fulwldor of West Liberty died from
blood poisoning, tho result of Injuries
received whllo playing football with
tho high school team.
Sixteen Victims of Fire.
Kansas City, Oct. 31. Tho search
for tho bodies of those who lost their
lives in tho fire that destioyed tho
Chamber of Commcrco building in
Kansas City, Kan., last Thursday, bus
pndod. and it is known that sixteen
' persons are dead as a result of the
fire. Mrs. Eliza Harris, a widow, Is
the only ono of the missing whoso
body was not recovered. It Is be
lieved that Mrs. Harris' body was cremated.
if f X I i -4
I cures in
t nM ilnK InrHnt vt nt filctltjtrl
Wntouga, Okla., Oct. 31. -Indictments
letmned by a special gravd
Jury against the St. Louis and San
Franclsio Railway company and tho
Waters-Pierce Oil company, charging
Illegal discrimination In freight rates
and the giving or rebates, have been
quashed by Judge Milt C Harbor on
1 tho grounds of Irregularity in empan
eling the Jury. Other Indictments will
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Fairbanks at Indlanapollo.
Imllnnaiiolis. Oct. !. Vice Prcsl
dent Charles Fntrlmnfcn returned to
Uln l.um til nftm n nntnn'HplUTH' '
111.) UVJW it" J nnui ..-1...ir.....r3
tour In the west. The vice president
addressed a mass meeting at Tomlln
$5,000 FINE FOR STANDARD OIL
Must Also Pay Costs of Prosecution
for Operating In Restraint of Trade.
Fiudlny, O., Oct. 30. In probato
court hero Judge Hanker overruled
the motion filed by tho attorneys of
tho Standard Oil company for a new
trial and imposed a fine of $5,000 and
costs of tho prosecution In the recent
suit against tho Standard Oil company
hero. On motion of the defense tho
court ordered that tho defendant com
pany bo allowed forty days In which
to prepare and fllo its bill of excep
tions In tho case, and on another mo
tion by tho Standnrd Oil attorneys,
Joseph O. Troup and S. I Tolles, tho
sentence imposed was ordered sus
pended for a period of sixty days for
the purpose of filing a petition on er
ror in the caso. It was also ordered
that the criminal informations pond
ing ngalnst John D. Rockefeller, the
Buckeye Pipe Lino company nnd the
Manhattan Oil company be continued
until tho next term of court.
Tho lino Imposed by Judge Banker
was tho limit for one offense, though
tho law stipulated that each day that
tho Illegal combination business Is
carried on constitutes a separate of
fense. Taking this view of tho stat
utes. It was possible for tho court to
Impose an aggregate or fines amount
ing to over ?C,000,000.
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Fresh Bread, Pies,
Cakes, Candy and
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