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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, MARCH 17. 1901.
TO ARRANGE BANQUET FOR
WORLD'S FAIR WORKERS.
.. milFKf CO.,
fi ACTION and STORAGE
Regular Ml every Saturday at warehouse ana
Ktfra! efflcea. 1SOS-:0-U Cnout.au are. Bales la
rnldencea a specialty. Phone Mala SISU.
Kwpi tho normal stomach nor
mal even If ou abuse it ty
overeating or drinking. It does
much to majce tne worn
out stomach young.
At any drucplst's. IV. Writ
for free medical advice.
Broadway & SClh at. N.T.
Special Committee Appointed by President of Business Men's
League Preliminary Work of Exposition Pushed First
Payment on Subscriptions Begins Monday.
Barr's Is hrlarht ana attractive with new
Elegant Mahogany Fixtures
rprlng goods that arc arriving dally. Many
novelties that It will be Impossible to du
plicate this season are among them. Those
rno study enect win line to make early
Mrs. Amanda Daly Seeks to Re
cover $20,000 on Accident Pol
icies Held by Her Husband.
Before United States Commissioner Gray
Saturday afternoon Martin P. Donohuc of
the Hargadinc-McKlttrick Dry Goods Com
pany and Charles H. Smith of tho Beck &
Corbott Iron Company gave testimony in
the case of Mrs. Amanda Daly against the
Traveler's Life Insurance Company and tho
Aetna Life Insurance Company, who Is
suing- to secure KO.000. Francis Tracy To
bln. a Philadelphia lawyer and candidate
for Governor of New Mexico, Is represent
ing Mrs. Daly's Interests.
In January, 1900. William H. Daly, a trav
eling salesman of Philadelphia, received in
juries In an accident at the Hotel Henry. In
Pittsburg, which resulted In his death. Mrs.
Daly's request for the rayment of two ac
cident Insurance policies from the defend
ants was refused, on the ground that Daly
came to his death through natural causes.
The trial is set for the April term of the
United States Circuit Court at Philadelphia.
Daly was la St Louis only a few days be
fore his death. .Four days later he died In
tho West Pennsylvania Hospital at Pitts
burg. Mrs. Daly was notified that he was
dead, but beforo she arrived at Pittsburg
received word that his body had been
shipped to Philadelphia.
She was told that her husband had been
seized with a fatal Illness at the hotel and
had been sent to the hospital, where It
was said that ho died from uremic poison
ing. Before Daly's body was Interred It was
noticed that there was a bruise on the
head. This led to an examination. It said
ihnt fiftv cuts nnd bruises were counted on
the body, .and It was found that four rite
and the bridge or tne nose naaDeHioron.
S.i;.taH;j h..r .hnrtlr afterward
disinterred by Coroner A, J. McGarry of
Pittsburg. The investigation was brought
about by Mr. Tobln. who Inquired Into the
facts, and learned that no Inquest had been
held over the body. It developed that Doc
tor Halston, the hotel pnysician wno is
i.iiBii the death certificate, was also physi
cian for the Traveler's Insurance Company.
It was learned on gooa autnoruy inai
Daly had been the victim of an accident
while a guest at the hotel, but the hotel
Employes in their testimony denied this. It
was alleged by Mrs. Daly that Daly had re
ceived the ratal injuries in an elevator acci
dent. The hostpital authorities testified that
when Daly was received at the hospital no
bruises wece found on his body. The life
Insurance companies claimed that the
bruises had been Inflicted after death, but
expert testimony proved that no blood clots,
such as had been found could have resulted
from maiming the body after death. The in-
...,. !. tr.-r- .h7 n-ic anrf .loroinnori
some Etartllnir testlmonv
I have beeEn in Detroit.. Kansas City and
UUCBk lOOlbU VL .U...V -w. ... ukiuwin..
St. JoseDh taking depositions." said Mr.
Tobln Saturday. "Tho Insurance companies
claim that Mr. Daly was sick for ten days
prior to his death, but the testimony of
those who met him in these cities only a
few days before his death disproves this. I
arrived in Kansas City two days ago from
Pasadena, Cal.. where I located the head
nurse in the hospital, who has been in hid
ing since the investigation was started. Her
testimony is "most Important, as she says
that Daly toM her at" tho hospital that be
had been injured In an elevator accident at
the hotel. She said that she had been told
to keep out of my way, and at the time I
paw her was trying to evade me. The case
has brought on an official investigation of
the West Pennsylvania Hospital."
The testimony given Saturday bv Mr.
Donohue and Mr. Smith tends to show that
Dalr was In a;ood health when he was In ,
St. Louis, only four days before his death J
Mrs. Daly's suit is to recover $10,000 from
each company. Daly carried a policy of
$5,000 In each company, but If it can b i
juuvcu iuul 4JC came 10 nis aeain in ine,
manner alleged by Mrs. DaJv. she will be
entitled to double that sum from each com
pany Employers to-day are looking tor edu
cated men and women to fill positions of
responsibility. Tou can become thoroughly
HKiuea in your profession or trade through
the medium of the Home School. Write
Instruction Department. St. Louis Republic,
for full particulars.
PIP.KFI RBLE M
r lUlikk noiHiTC nn
and Cemetery work of all Iflada.
1001 X. BROADWAY, ST. LOUIS.
DE HONET-On Saturday. March 1. 1801. at
830 o'clock a. m.. Helen De Honey (nee Hard)),
beloved wife of J. H. Da Honey.
Funeral will take place Monday morning, at
10:30 o'clock, from the residence of her mother,
2so. 7C0 Carpenter place.
HENNnsST At Baltimore. Md. March 13, 1W1,
at 4 p. m.. after a short Illness. Mrs. Ellen Hcn
ceeey. In her seventy-fourth year.
Soceased was the mother of David and Rich
ard Hcnncssy of this city. Sister Loretto of the
Sisters of Charity and Miss Mary Henncssy ot
KATE On Friday. March 15, 1S0L after a.
lingering Illness. Sarah A. Kaye, beloved wife
of Thomas Q. Kaye and mother of Charles W.
Halnez. sister of Richard and John 91romons of
SjTacuse. N. T.. at family residence. No. S332
Iteber place. Interment private.
Syracuse. X. T papers please copy.
McKENNA-On Thursday. March 14. 1S01. at
S:3 a. m.. Thomas McKcnna. In his seventy
ninth year, the beloved husband of the late Jane
Rlckard. at his residence, No. 3563 Laclede ave
nue. Funeral services from St. Francis Xavlcr'a
Church, Grand and Llndell, at 2 p. m., Sunday.
Jew York City and Belfast, Ireland papers
PAGE On Thursday, March H. 1M1, at 323
o'clock p. m.. Mae L. Page (nee Schott), beloved
wife of Lewis Page.
Funeral service unday, March 17, at S:J0 p.
m., from family residence. Co. C021 Bartmer ave
nue. TENNELL At St. Paul. Minn. Saturday,
March 16, 1901, Protessor Calvin S. PennelL aged
5 years and 2 months.
SOLARI On Saturday, March 16. 1901, at 1
o'clock a. m., Rachel A., beloved daughter ot
xne late a. owian ana ixiuisa uoian (neo sar-
iari! months and a dayiM- Jr- red
. ... "
Tba funeral will take place Monday. March ll
at 8 JO o'clock a. m.. from family residence. No.
2913 North Grand avenue, to St. Teresa's Church,
thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are Invited
TACKETT Died at El Paso. Tex.. March 13, '
1901, Flossie J., wife of C. Edwin Tackett. aged
WHTrTTER-On Satujday. March IS. UOL at
L48.2L, vi ?; art?11 Warren, only child
SThli.! ?"d Wllltller- ae Jear i ,
month and 4 oas. !
nii-ri.'rvr, a..t... .... ., .. ,..
"" ' 77r". -;;. wmui is, unu xieiuu
me, oeioTea son or utto H. ana Minna witte
funeral from rcaidenc. No. 2(31 tm Pine
treet. Monday. March 18. 1801 at n m
ZELLER-On Saturday. March It, 1901. at 4:43
I'elock a. m.. lenatz Zeller. binvr,t r.it,., r
"., fl 71IbF 1M. Ulnnl. t. .. .... llU
Stewart and Sirs. Julia Wlssmann, aged SI years.
S months and 13 days.
Funeral Monday. March 18. at 2 o'clock n m..
from residence. No. 3427 South Jefferson avenue,
to St. Francis 3e Sales Church, thence to SS.
Peter and Paurs Cemetery. Friends and rela
tives of family Invited to attend.
For other Death Notices, see Pnire
Tiro ett Paurt Oae.
Cyrus P. Walbridge, president of the
Business Men's League, Saturday appointed
tho committeo which will have in charge
arrangements for the banquet to be given
by the League in honor of the World's
F.iir and the men who have worked for it.
The committee is composed of Nathan
Frank, chairman; Jonathan Bice, S. M.
Kcnnard. W. T. Haarstlck, C. H. Huttlg, O.
L. Whitelaw, W. J. Klnsella and James
Cox. the latter secretary of the committee.
Mr. Frank accepted tho appointment as.
chairman and has crJled a meeting of the
committee for Monday, when a general out
line of plans villi be considered and active
preparations made. In view of the im
portance of tho work, Mr. Frank and Mr.
Wulbridgj have sent earnest requests to
every member of the committee to be
Additional subscriptions continue to come
in to the ofllccs of the World's Fair, and
some of those subscriptions are changing
the complexion of the ledger account very
materially. The subscriptions are posted ac
cording to trade Interests, and are also in
dexed alphabetically, thus thowlng the in
terests most largely represented by sub
scriptions. Tlie brewers and bankers have
been running the most interesting race, and
a month ago the books showed the bankers
a thousand dollars or so ahead.
W. F. Nolker has turned In several addi
tional subscriptions recently, bringing up
the total of the various brewing associa
tions to $165,000. and of ofllccrs of the com
panies to J!i4,So0. making a gross total for
the brewers of J2I9E30. Other subscriptions
received in the last few days bring the total
up to $231,270, passing the trust companies
In the race for third place in the roll of
honor, the first being held by the steam
transportation and kindred Interests, and
the second by the street railroads. Saturday
an additional subscription of J4.00J was re
ceived from the financial Interests, and It
will require a careful audit and recast to
determine whether the banks or the brew
ers are now ahead.
ACCOOST POCIl IX.
Contributions on account of the first call
of 10 per cent on account of stock, continue
to be received at the Bank of Commerce In
largo numbers. Monday la the first day,
according to the official call, on which the
10 per cent is due and payable, but since
Tuesday there has been quite a rush dally
to pay the call, especially at the noon hour,
when subscribers on their way to lunch call
In, In large numbers, and deposit tneir
checks or currency. The sums paid Indicate
eouallv enthuliasl c
mat both large ana small subscrmers are
0n .-. first d ftcr lhe armouncement
1 . u. rsi uay "lie
had been made that the 10 per cent would
be due on and after Monday, Marcn is,
there were sixty-five payments. Of these
six were for $1 each. The highest was $1,
000. There was one payment of $750, four
of $500 and others of almost every sum. On
the second day there were ICO payments, of
which no less than fifty-nine were made by
holders of one share each. The highest
payment on the second day was $6,000. made
by the Bank of Comm;rce on its subscrip
tion of $60,000. Mr. M. C. Wctmore sent a
check for $1,000. 10 per cent of his personal
subscription of $10,OCO, and the other pay
ments were about as varied as on Tues
day. The very large number of payments by
holders of one shnre each, or by subscribers
of $10. is slenlficant and exceedingly grati
fying. When it was originally proposed to
place the shares at $10 each, so as to make
' e f"1?"0" JL PP"!ar 3?Ltinn c
, sen3e of the term, some objection was
I . . - . -. .,. .. ,
raiseu on me grounu oi ine uuncmiy ;uiu
fSc"!?,.of.."c'nE such small sums as
the calls upon $10 would necessarily be.
This feeling was not generally Indorsed by
tho Finance Committee, members of which
freely expressed their opinion that the
small subscribers would be just as prompt
In their payments as the very large ones.
The receipts up to date Indicate that the
majority of the committee were entirely
right in their forecast, and that the $3,000.
000 subscription will fully Justify its deflni
tIon'"of "popular:" -.'!
Owing to the changeable and bad weath-'
er, Mr. William H. Thompson, who Is con
valescing slowly from sickness, has not
been able to be downtown much In the last
week, and Vice President J. C. Van Blar
com of the Bank of Commerce has been
giving personal attention to the details of
the call payments. He has arranged for a
lareelv increased force on the work for
Monday morning. A department at tho
bank, with three desks-, will be set aside
specially for the work, and cards have been
Printed for conspicuous display. In order
tnat subscribers may know where they can
RUSH ON MONDAY.
The work will be greatly expedited If each
subscriber will fill up a special paying-ln
slip, which has been prepared for the pur
pose. These slips can be found on the
counters at the bank, or at the temporary
headquarters of the World's Fair in the
Mercantile Club building. A very large num
ber of them are being mailed from the lat
ter address In response to postal card and
other reauests. The slln merelv Indicates
the name and address ot the subscriber, his
icu&er iuuu, uuu m: ciiuuuui Midi is uui:
from him on first call. Where a large num
ber of members of a family have made sub
scriptions, this -plan Is particularly con
venient, avoiding mistakes and enabling the
subscribers to get through with their busi
ness at the bank promptly.
The total amount to be paid on the first
call Is a little In excess of $500,000. Of this
sum there ha :icen received up to date
considerably In pvcess of $70.0W. which,
considering the ict that all of these pay
ments are In art tnoe of a formal demand.
Is highly graiifiing. Great assistance Is
being given by 'lrms and corporations col
lecting from their force, with a view to
paying the calls In bulk. Assistant Post
master William Flwellyn Saunders has
prepared a list of all subscribers on the post
office list, and Is arranging to make the 10
per cent payment of these in bulk. The
amount of the call will be in the neighbor
hood of $1,000. 'made up of considerable
more that 300 payments. This is the largest
list of tho kind yet In hand, although sev
eral other very large oti" are being handled.
There was considerable comment among
the office force at temporary headquarters
on the dispatch from Kansas City as to the
contemplated enterprise of the lee manufac
turers in connection with the World's Fair.
So far as the official records go, the Ice In
terest has not up to date shown any enthu
siasm In regard to the movement, and It Is
taken for granted that some very large sub
scriptions in this line are among the lists
held by workers and not yet turned in. Up
to last September, with the exception of
some subscriptions on coal account from
firms which handled both coal and Ice, there
were no signatures on file rendering it nec
essary to open a ledger account for ice.
In the recanvass of the last few months
subscriptions aggregating a little less than
$2,000 have been received and entered under
the head of Ice Manufacturers and Dealers.
The mast strenuous efforts were made in the
year 1S99 and first half of 1900 to secure sub
scriptions from this interest.
Signed subscription banks continue to
be received in large batches. Secretary Cox
estimates that there is at least a quarter of
a million nnd In all proDablllty $300,000 more
of subscriptions, which are being held by
chairmen of committees to hand to Mr.
QUESTIOXS AS TO
KAMB OF COMPACT.
The mall last week was the largest for
any week since the World's Fair was first
suggested. The greatest number of letters
received one day was seventy-eight,
and the average has been between thirty
and forty. The number of applications for
positions has become so numerous that it
' absolutely Impossible to reply to
Even when ieplles are sent, it is
nncclhln . sot. Ihnl tha nvAllmlnnm r
possible to say that the preliminary organ
ization will make no appointments of any
kind, nor will they give any official indorse
ments, either for positions with the Louis
iana Purchase Exposition Company, or on
the national or any of the State commis
sions. In regard to the name of the comoanv. as
t mentioned above, there have been a great
1 many Questions raised. The subserlntlnn
blank, which was prepared In the spring
of 1839, refers to a corporation "to be known
as St. Louis World's Fair, celebrating the
Louisiana Purchase Centennial, or b;
such other name as may be designated in
.u o(.a, .. nM.,t.n.n m.. n...
.,, V. r .i. """. uc iucy
P."1 ?S?t,e? .tbc name of the corporation as
lne .Louisiana purcnase Exposition Com-
Sf Incorporation as prepared by Mr. James
L. Blair, chairman ofthe Leeal Commir-
Among miscellaneous communications and
suggestions. It Is onlv nosslhle tn rpfor m
a few. A Missouri correspondent submits a
proposition for an exhibit confined exclu
sively to birds found in Missouri. A cor-
responaent at Chelsea. Mass.. submits an
exceedingly elaborate design for a souvenir
of the Fair. It Is In the form of a puzzle
and appears to be Ingenious and certainly
Th New Tork Public Library recognized
tho importance of tho Exposition by re
questing that copies' of all documents, lcgls
latlvo and otherwise, be sent them as curly
ns possible, and the file kept complete from
time to time. Another correspondent, writ
ing from the Lotos Club at New York,
makes exceedingly Interesting suggestions
with reference to securing a complete ex
hibit of the latest electric achievements of
Mention has been mado of personal appli
cation for space for exhibits from silk man
ufacturers or Japan. Many other applica
tions for space, nil of them necessarily of a
preliminary character, have been received.
Prominent among these Is one from the
Meyer Bros. Drug Company, whose views
on tne suoject are generous and comprehen
sive, and who desire a large space. As one
of the earliest and largest subscribers to the
f'ind. their application is certain to receive
tho fullest consideration at the hands of tho
Space Committee. A correspondent at Cov
ington, Ky., ends in B.n exceedingly origi
nal Idea of what he calls a "rubber-neck
towr." He explains that tho name is not
very dignified, but Is suggestive. "I be
lieve, "lie writes, "the American people lenn
to tho humorous side of life and can appre
ciate anything on that order. The tower
could be built large enough to contain every
thing from earth to paradise, and by giving
a different color to every department, very
pleasing effects could be produced."
Several requests have been made for the
Indorsement of musical compositions dedi
cated to the Fair. Most of these dedica
tions Include requests for a photograph of
Goernor Francis for the title page, with an
offer to give to the World's Fair fund a
proportion of the profits of the royalty on
the sale. The policy is being adopted of
not officially Indorsing anything of this
kind. In regard to the offer of a portion of
the royalties or profits. It Is ln-arlably de
clined with thanks. The policy of the
Finance Committeo from the first to accept
notliinq but a subscription on a legal and
uniform blank has been adhered to. There
has been no exception whatever, and when
subscriptions have been received with con
ditions such as locations of grounds, or rtn
nloyment to be clvcn to a subscriber, they
have been forthwith declined. Adherence to
the policv has avoided confusion and legal
Communications continue to be received
from organizations nnd individuals suggest
ing or nominating various persons for mem
bers of the Board of Directors of the com
pany. The latest of these Is from the
Hardwood and Lumber Manufacturers' Ex
change, requesting that Mr. A. J. Lang.
president or tne organization, be nominated
on such board. Several other such requests
have already been published. A reply Is
sent to each that the directors will be elect
ed by the stockholders, who will have one
vote for each share upon which the first
call has been paid. Secretary Cox said
Saturday that, as far as ho understood,
there would be no process of nomination
and that every stockholder would be eligi
ble for election.
VISITORS AT ST. LOUIS HOTELS.
J. II. Duncan and Mrs. Duncan of Ma
rlon. 111., are at the Llndell.
J. A. Graham of St. Joseph, Mo., Is at
J. T. Tatum and Mrs. Tatum of Kennett,
Mo., are at the Laclede.
Congressman Champ Clark and Mrs.
Clark of Bowling Green, Mo., are at tho
A. D. Jones nnd Mrs. Jones of Wash
ington, D. C, are at the Southern.
L. E. Knott of Arkadelplila, Ark., Is at
A. B. Cockrell of Nevada, Mo., Is at the
T. A. Lceper of Piedmont. Mo., is at tho
Leopold Straus? of Indianapolis, Ind., is
at the St. Nicholas.
W. H. Beynolds of Galveston, Tex., is
at the Southern.
Mrs. B. hi. Chesney of Klrksville, Mo.,
Is at the Llndell.
Governor C. M. Barnes of Oklahoma la
at the Planters.
J. M. Miller of Taylor, Tex., is at the
J. B. Lee, Jr., of New York Is at the
E. H. Stiles of Kansas City Is at the
-O. M. Schmidt of San Diego, CaL. Is at ,
L. T. Patterson of Louisiana, Mo., Is at
L. L. Joseph of Cape Girardeau, Mo., is
at the Southern.
L. A- Pratt of Washington, D. C, Is at
C. A. Ewlng of Sedalla, Mo., Is at the
H. W. Rising of New York ia at the St.
W. W. Lowell of Brookfleld, Mo., Is at
DEBTS AMOUNT TO $66,351.41.
Boiling Mill Company Files Chattel
Deed of Trust.
The Ewald, Brown & Hicks Rolling Mill
Company filed a chattel deed of trust FU
urday to secure creditors for an Item id
indebtedness of $C6.35L4L The St. Louis
Trust Company is designated at trustee.
Home of Folly.
2 Frolics Daily.
GOmYlENCING MATINEE TO-DAY.
RETURN OF THE HIT OF THE SEASON -HEUCK 4. FENNESSY'S
HEADED BY THE BURKE BROS. WILL PRESENT
THE QUEEN OF THE HOLLAND DAMES
And CARRIE NATION'S VISIT TO ST. LOUIS.
EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA!
XEXT WEEK THE AUSTRALIAN
Adapted Into English by L. N. Parker.
SALI2 OPldNS THURSDAY AT
GRAD. MONDAY NIGHT. MARCH 25.
Benefit of JOHN C. SHEEHY, Treasurer.
Attraction, "THE MM FSOM KEXIC0," with 6E0. C. BONIFACE.
SEATS NOW ON SALE.
iriFr01I ERNEST SETON-THOMPSON,
X B r A- V 1 Famous Author of "Wild Animals I Have Known."
SuUr Tw Illustrated Lecture, fKYot"100" and Evenlnsr'
Tickets 50c and $1.00 -on Snle t Bollmaa Bros., 1100 Olive St., March 2Sth
Major Pond says, "The most successful lecture tour for many years."
THIS AFTERNOON. MR. CHARLES HUMPHREY, iigf SgkSTWAMlf
Admission to All Parts ot the House 25c
A perfect SPRING MEDICINE should be Tonic, Alterative and Cathartic in its
Tonic means strength-giving overcoming the eff-cts of debility, that tired feeling,
restoring healthy functions, and creating appetite Hood's Sarsaparilla is positively and
Alterative means blood-purifying and the whole world knows Hood's Sarsaparilla to
be the standard, the unequaled, the unapproached blood purifier. Thousands of great cures
of scrofula, eczema, rheumatism, catarrh and every other form and degree of blood disease,
prove its great curative power.
Cathartic means bowel and liver-cleansing, and for this purpose Hood's Pills are rap
idly growing in favor. They cure that bilious condition so common in spring, constipation,
Thus Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills go hand in hand.
Buy them to-day and have the whole family begin to take them as a Spring Medicine,
SPRING AND WINTER RESORTS.
THE NEW RUDOLF
ATLAM1C CITY, N. J..
Ocean front: capacity doubled to 0: largest
and most modern on the comt; rooms en suite,
with ea and fresh water baths; American and
European plan: special eprlna rates; orchestra
and weekly social features. Chas. R Myern.
The deed applies to all property, real and
personal, located at Ecoff. avenue and the
Missouri Pacific tracks, and at Nos. 20S-212
Le Baume street.
The itemized accounts of more than $1,000
each, somu of which will J not! be due and"?'.
payable for-severnl montnsans as louowsijm
Franklln Bank. $25,000: B.-Jtrown. $13,154.43.1
Sorento. P. & M. Company, JI.9Lb: A. AI-
nine. $1,296.41: B. Peltvman. $1J2397: Wil
liam A. E. Harding. $5,000: Pittsburg Foun
dry and Iron Company, $1,523.73: Bloek-Pol-lak
Iron Company, $l,4r'SS2. The deed ex
plicitly states that the Intention of th? com-
... I inxliidn nlen nn- firm rf rr(ll tnT
Kose name may have been omitted from
.t.. j .i i ..t... n ., t. ia tlio iMirn
of the company that any and all creditors
shall participate In the security.
WILL DEBATE WITH MORMONS.
Southern Ministers Will Discus
Religion With Them.
Chattanooga, Tcnn., March 16. A. four
dajs' debate has been arranged between
prominent ministers In this section and the
Mormon elders of the South, whose head
quarters are In this city.
Tho debate will take place early next
month, and will be at some point In Mis
sissippi, yet to be chosen. Eminent men
among the clergy of the South will attend
and a large delegation of Mormon elders
from tho Southern headquarters will also
be present, . ,,
The proposed debate over the Mormon re
ligion is attracting widespread interest all
tne uceu: m ucnc nuius, v . - .-
over the South.
In the World. !
Monday Charles Frohman Presents
In Edmond Rostand's Masterpiece,
9 A. H.
Sunday Popular Concerts.
Direction of Alfred G. Robyn.
Every Sunday Afternoon at- 3:30.
"Society Event of the
THE ED1AARD E.
tits the Honor to Present
From Daly's Theater, New York, j
SUFPSRTED BY A CCMPMY OF ARTISTS,
la H. V. EtmoBf Exquisite Lore Romance,
WE WERE L
The Greatest Play of the Century.
Prices 25c, 50c, ?5c, $1.00.
POPULAR 25c ASD 50e 3IAT1SEE WE DXESDAT.
Jfext Sunday Peter F. Duller la "Hodge, Podge Jt Co."
Second Stason and list Week in SL LobIj.
80 Artists tier 100 fttft on fie Stage, t
WEEK OF HARCH 1S-RICHARD WAGNER'S DEEPLY RELIGIOUS AND
EXALTING GRAND OPERA.
WITH THE FOLLOWING FAVORITE PRINCIPALS I
HERMANN, Landgrave of Thartnl irranc SsSttlT
TANNnAECSEn, Knlarht and HlnneslBarer j MrePDeten.5a!,"a
WOLFRAM VON ESCHENBACH Jwinfre Go
WALTHER VON DER VOGELWEIDE Harry Davtea
UITEROLF Jamea P. Coombs
HCI.MlICII, Der Schrelber . , Andrew Horty
REINMAR VON ZETER William H. Brown
ELISABETH, Niece of the Landajrare iVrto'nZ?Z..
VPV,X j Adelaide Norwood
K';IIS - (Hand Lambert
A YOUNG SHEPHERD Mand Ramey
And the Greatest SInarlnar and Acting; Chora In the United States.
Next Wtik, THE ISLE OF CHMMaE.
26 SSU TSurISXy SATURDAY1" 25c
Tho only DRAMA OF THE PLAINS. INDIAN BAND. INDIAN TRICK PONIES
and the most daring of feats of Border Life.
Sunday Matinee Next Grand Revival of Bartley'a Campbell's "SIBERIA."
A ST. LOUIS BOY, in Tho
Natural as Natural Can Be In
Sunday Matinee Next George C. Boniface.
THEATER, 10th and Pins.
MATINEES E. V b t. I LSM
pW&es, WriSALLEcoFNY, 26c GOOD SEATS, "xiVS,. 35 Ciils.
WALTER FESSLER'S BIG THE UUITC niAllfllllt!
SCENIC PRODUCTION, GREAT If M I C UlAlflUllllii
FRANK MUSK aed an Excellent Cast. See the Koaiaa Mall Bag aad the Swfaa for Life.
Sunday Matinee' Next-'THE ROMANCE OF-COON HOLLOW."
Dramatic Season." Herald.
the Celtbnted Artist. Mr. I
CAST I I J C
1 Castle Sq Prices: Eredaxs. 25c to St. 00; We.
Mat. 26c, 30c; Sat Mat. 25c, 53c. 75c;
o:xes j.uu aaa aa.uu
Wirt if April I, Al DA.
Most All Car Lines In the
City Pass the Door.
Klgbt Prices: 15c 25c, 35c. 50c
TO-DAY AT 2.
Incident and Stage Setting.
Jr.. In "THE MAN FROM MEXICO.'
To-Day at 2
Wltilt 8f Bslconr. 25c.
BBOWNELL TAILORING CO,,
Thursday, March 21st,
AT 10 i.IO A. 31.
We will sell as above the elegant Mahog
any Fixtures, comprising Stock Table, Cut
ting TaLIe, Partition, Fitting-Room, Offlca
Desks. Large Safe. Pier and Cheval Mirror
and everything pertaining to the best-fitted
tailoring establishment In St. Louis. These
fixtures are all fine mahogany and cost
$5.&"0. They will be sold separately.
A. A. SELKIRK & CO.,
1308-10-12 CHOUTEAU AVE
REGULAR SATURDAY SALE
At our salesrooms every Saturday momma; at
WSO o'clock. In thee weekly sales -we dispose of
Immense quantities of Turnlture. Carpets. Stoves
ajd other miscellaneous goods and articles. Our
location Is central and tea attendants of burwa
A. A. SELKIRK & CO.
Sc'-u'z's Ston Fixtures for Salt.
cmnter. shelving, tables; fcatsain
anl Franklin ave.
Beginning To-Marrow, Hondaj. March 18.
CLIFFORD & HUTH,
America' Foremost Lleht Comedy Duo 'San
vAiMvn-n uiuies. ,iever uances and
Richly Humorous Dialogue.
3 THE M0RT0NS-3
Sam. Kitty and Pretty Clara Louise Populae
Exponents of Celtic Comedy A Jew Act
Full of Jolly Surprises.
SMITH & FULLER,
Accomplished Instrumentalists In a Unlqusi
and Pleasing Specialty.
ST. ONGE BROTHERS,
Knockabout Comedy and Sensational Trick Bicy
clists. LAWRENCE CRANE,
The Irish Adonis Dexterous Magician aad Peer
less Card Manipulator.
ZZ-LL ft VERNON,
Horizontal-Bar Experts and Amusing BurlesQua
French Clowns and Pantomlmical Entertainer.
Offering an Artistic Operatic Sketch.
P-apid-Translt Comedians Naw Farodla
New Ballads and Ccontown Sonja.
POWERS ft HYDE,
Befined Singing and Dancing Artlsta.
Character Changes en the High Wire.
Celtic Comedian. Vocalist and Dancer.
Fresh Views, Comic. Instructive and Otherwlaa,
I5c 25 c 30c.
Orchestra Chairs (reserved she days In adraneal
In the ThePria
successful Next: of I
romantic play. Maude Adams. Jennlco.
Tharsday, March 21, 8:15 P. M.
Great Symphony Concert.
Soloist, Leonora Jackson, Violinist.
Parquet. J1.M Balcony, first two rows. L00. H.
malnder. 75c. Tickets at Bellman's.
Concerts every Wed. niht- Grand & Franklin At;
Come and gtt one of the 3) SI0O silver-toned
Kunkel Bros, upright Grand Pianos, liven away
at these concerts.
Tickets -3c at Knrtieborn's. (th. odd. Ban.
Helnemann & tVelb. Managers. Sunday. Mares
17. 1901. Benefit for Grete MaerteniLwith nen
scenery and songs. "DER GOLDBAUER." Orig
inal Melodrama In four acts by Charlotte BlrcE
Pfelffer. Reserved seats and dozen tickets at
box office. Olympic Theater.
Postal Telegraph Gable Go.
Mala Oflee. Laclede BaileUac
FOURTH AND OLIVE STREETS.
400,000 Miles Wire; 3.000 Otkta,
We woald be pleased to kaadle yeara
Telegram, ixy aw. xeieaateaw
ltHUJ. KlBlocJt A14M.
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