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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. ItfAY 17, 1902.
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after reading for a short time ?
Your eyes probably require atten
tion. To determine the exact needs of the
eyes, and to adjust -lasses accuratelv,
requires special knowledge and long
experience. Our optician. Dr. Reil y,
formerly with E. Jnccard Jewelry Co ,
has no superior in his profession.
No charge is made for examination,
and our prfce for glasses is about one
htlf asked elsewhere.
Solid Gold Spring, Rimless Etc
Glasses, with first quality lenses, sold
elsewhere at $3 00 to S3 50
Simmons jW&rtOiTt (&
The display of Summc- Goods at Barrs
cannot tall to meet the fancy of the critical
and conomlcal buver The fabric this
season are delightful In deslen and no
where are thev offered In mi'li assortment
aa at Missouri's Greatest torc
DRUMMERS ENJOY AN OUTING.
Two Hundred Have a Jolly Cele
bration at Charleston.
Charleston, Mo, May 16 The Southeast
V'ssourl Drummers' Association began Its
sixth annual celebration In this city last
evening More than 200 from all parte or"
ih country, man of them accompanied t
their wives, are In attendance tit. Louis
is well represented, probably three-fou-ths
of those here bung tram houses located tn
the World's Fair City.
List evening's programme Included a. con
cert in the Courtnouse Park
After the concert a barrjuet for which
K plates were et. and which was tendered
to the drummers bv the city of Charleston,
was partaken of J J Husell was toast
master. An address of welcome by Mayor
Danforth and response by J E King were
features of the occasion.
r H Myers, president of the association,
was presented with a handsome sold watct
harm on behalf of th- citizens of Charles
ton and be was greeted with another ur
nriu h his fellow txavelinomen who al'-o
presented bim a gold and diamond set
To morrow morning the annual election of
ofilceis is scheduled and at this meeting the
place of the next annual celebration will be
determined upon Delegations from Farm
ington. Cap- Girardeau Kcnnett, Dexter,
Poplar Bluff and DeSoto. most of them
beaded by the Majors of their respective
towns, are working hard with the drum
mers to the end that their town may be
the favored one
s,rTr Similar Train
VIA B i O. S-W
Beginning Sunday May 18. B . O S-W
will inaugurate a nw local train between
ht Louis and Flora, to run on Sundays onl
leaving St. Louis MIS a. m and returning
ttivc St Louis jSlp n, stepping at all
Sunday Excursion tickets bold at rate of
n. fare for round trip, will hereafter not
Iih ni ctpted on fast trains Nos 2 and 1
Ticket offlces. Sixth and Olive and Union
Trio ItrijnlsltioTJa Are Honored.
Snrlnirfleld. Ill . Mav 16. Governor Tates
as at his office this morning and did not
ave for Chicago until this afternoon. He
honored the requistion of the Governor of i
Kentuckv for th return to that State of
Thomas Jame- who Is wanted at Paducah. ,
end aLso honored the requisition of the
Governor of Wisconsin for John G Fohler,
urdcr arrest In Chicago and wanted In Mil
waukee M KG ItETlin riMC'S -V1LI-1Inrsa-
tethe Tinl bj her will filed for probate
vesterdav. left X100 each to her daughters.
ule Eplstnger and Maria Ott. 550 to tho
l.iMor of St Agatha s Church to have
masses said for her ouI, her personal prop
i rtj and two-thirds of her real estate to
her daughter, Margarethe Fink, and the
remiinder of her real estate to her aon.
Joh mne Fink
STIt WBHRllY FESTIVAL The D. O.
" will give a strawberrj festival at the
Odcon next Frldaj evening, beginnmg at S
OOLK-On Thursday. May 13 1K. at 50 a. la
Rebecca Cole (nee Cook), Bged 7 jcars, beloved
llg of David Cole
Funeral Sundaj May IS, at S 30 a. m . from
family rcaldenc No 26 Clark avrnn In'er
tnent private Tleate omit rors
CUDDY-On Tl ursdaj May IS U, , at UJ SO a.
m Alice Cuddj. blovl daughter o Miry Cudd
inee Cucimligal and -lsler ot John. Mainle and
Kuneral will Uke ace rrcm the family resl-lem-e.
No ICO! South fclxtb street, on Saturday
May IT. at S p m , to Annunciation Church,
i hence to Calvary Cetmetcn
rrLOGAN" Bv accident, at Omaha, May H.
1332. Thomas J Dugtan, beloved Mm ot Thoman
1 and Catherine Ducan inee lljan)
Funeral will tAke place from the fomtlj r9l
dncc. No "55 bouth Uroadway, Suidaj, May
II, at 1M r m to Ft. Tliomas Aquln s Church,
thenc to Calvarj Cemete-y Friends ot the
famllj are Invited to attend
Iienrer parera please copy.
HOLLANT-On Friday May 3. IStt. at S
n'clock p m . Fnur-ls, beloved husband of Man
Holland nee Uenr) eon of Mra Catherine Hoi
land, brother of Mrs. Mary Hajea M e Bridget
Kearns and Annie Hcllana axed 31 jenrs
Tho funeral will take p ace Sundaj . th ISth
Inst., at 2 o'clock r m.. from famtlj residence,
Vo 3U y Fallon street, to St- Patrick's Church,
thence to Calvary Cemetery Friends are Invited
HAItRINGTOV Entered Into res, sudd-nly.
on Friday Mav 16 1C John M Harrington,
t-aloved hu&band of Almea M. 'Har-lnKton (ne
ICavanaaeh) and father ot JIw Thomas Cattery
ind llenry llarrlnfrton
Funeral will take plnca from late residence
K3t Cozens avenue, on Sunday, May 18, at 1 30
p m.. to St Therraa'e Church. thnce to Cal
vary Cemete-y Friends are respectfully invited
Deceased was a member of Kobert Cmmet
IdEe, No 294 A. O T. W . and also a native
of Donnjbrook Count Dublin, Ireland
Ctlcogo. Ilk. and Cleveland, O.. papers please
KENTCETT On Friday. Mar 1C at U o'clock
noon. Julia Clapp, wldo. of the late llllam C.
vcimviv. m uie eev cmj -lounn year or ner ase.
LAMBRncnT"-On Tbnrrdar. Mav 1Z. -Ml
at fi o clock a. m . Oliver Lambrechts beloved
eon cf Alnfaonse C and Annie h.
area C years and 4 months
Funeral Saturday Mav it it: d m .
family residence. Jio. IE17 X Twelfth ft.
VCOT On rridav. May 16. IBili at 7 44 a- m .
Helen Mart McCoy, wile of the. lat John T.
McCoy and member of llellefontalne Chapter No
Funeral Fundar at 2 p m.. May IS, fro-i late
residence. No 453 Eaaton aye.
McCULLOUGH-On May IS. 1S(C at 11.10 a m
Michael McCulloukh. b otbr of Itobert McCul
lotitb and fatrer of Rorx-rt. Wll'lam, El'a and
Mary McCulloueh and Mrs Josle N" gbten Tes
McCul ouch) ard Mrr Kate McGrane (nee M:Oil
loucb). aged &5 yiars
The funeral will take rlace from the family
residence No 3103S Caroline street, on Sundav,
Mav 18 at 2 p m. to Rt Kevin's Church, thence
to Calvary Cemetery Frl'nda of the family are
Invited to attend
Deceased was a. member of Division No 8, A.
"COON On Thursday May 16, lfcK. at 11 a ot .
Margaret Noon, helmed grandmother of Jchn A.
and Maurice A. Pfcllllpr
Funeral will take plac. fnm the family resi
lience. No 211 Elm street, on Saturday Mav 17.
at J r m.. to Cathedral Church, thence to Cal
rtACIJCC Julia T. iixein th hm. ni hr
daughter, at Focorvo, N M. In the eighty fourth
vv?Ulsrn ilUcbfe'-.0,Mrs,,n0MharTe,A fewafd
Creenway). aged 24 years, s montl-s anl 20 dkyV
Funeral Sunda), May 3S. at 3.30 p m., from
N'o. SH Baden avenue, to Bethlehem Cemetery.
Friends Invited. j
tVTTTTT Entered Into rest on Frldav. itnv ir
Funeral will ta place from the residence of
his brother. Thomas Write, No 1323 SarsQeld
place, on Sunday, May IS. at 2 p. m.. to St.
Bridget's Cburch, thence to Calvary Cemeterj.
Friends are respectfully Invited.
' ItiONE BUT THE BRAYE " by Hamblen Sears, is a spirited
novel of Revolutionary War days, with a young patriot officer
for a hero and a Tory maiden for a heroine. Other notable publica
tions of the week. Gossip of authors and the literary world. New
I Mr. Hamblen Soars, a brilliant voung
unlvcrsltv -bred fellow, who was a footbj'l
athlete on his col ego team but a vcar or
'o ago now makes h s appearance be
fo'e the reading world as a novelist n
"None but the Urate .i storv of
Rev olutlonarj War days which Is Just pub
lished bj Dodd, Mead i. Co of New York
j In this vivid romance Mr Stars will un
doubudlj score a rjces" of tht moil satis
factory character, and t.iko his place among
the new school of American writers of his
torical fiction who have demuustrattd their
worthiness to handle fcuch worthj material
as that found in our native annals The
you"g author has displayed au accurate
judgment of vaues In his choice of tne
ep.suue furnishing tho mainspring uf h
s.urys action ti.at of the aucmi ted be
trajal of the American cause by Benedict
Arnold, and the diamatie possibilities of the
cpisuae have been auniiiaoly utilized
Uho hero of .Nuni- but the Urave "
is one Lieutenant -Merlon llaifort of old
Israel Putnam i division of tne American
Army under General WaaIilni,lon He la
a line, aavcnturuus, likable younj. patriot,
tilled with the indumiiabic ami daring
spirit whub tne Br.liih ol tno-e Cays tuuud
so unconqueiacie lie b also the irmciu il
llgm of a maitial tnniij of cunnaucsnip
s.rmlar to that drawn by Dunuu, in ' Tho
Unite Muaaeiee-ri ' of immortal niemorj
Tne tact teat he fahs in love w.Ui a lerj
maiaen, sweet Deborah Pmlipse ot New
oik, uoes not in an manner impair lui
own daanuesi. determination for aevoted
service to the patriot cause Together with
his lalthtul cuauades ne is founu invariably
in the thickest of tm ligntmg and intntu
Ing to rife in those stirring times He" is
lortnate enough to win tne esteem and
hich commendation of Washington hra-lf.
wco figures as one e-f the characters
brought belore the reader's ejes in .Mr
tears s storj The daMi and 1,0 ' of this
young Li-u,erant Haifort pi.K him a I
magnetism whkh will win the faor o' all
who ri'ad the noe! of which he Is the reio
Mr Sears's teehrlcal IianJIins of his ma
terial is particular ski llul lor one not
seasoned In the craft of storv -telling His
iirst cartam goes up on a tcene of mishap
along a eountrj road of a storm night,
and here hia hero and heroine meet under
pocuharlj trjlng conditions. The lighting
wnicn is to plentiful in the storj aNo be
gins without de.aj. a rattling encounter
between Haifort and a certain formidablo
Britisher being under w.n almost before
the reaaer has drawn he tirst breath after
settling down for an etenhci. fictional en
Jojment. Immediatelj thereafter. Haifort
overhears the preiiminariu, of the plot for
the betrajal of the American cau-e. Bene
dict Arnold and Major Andre being 'h un
conscious personage's who thus reveal them
selves to a hidden listener. Hairort at
once hurries to expose the conplracj to
General Washington and from that mo
ment the storj ruhes on through a thou
sand adventures to Its logical conclusion
Posslblv the most absorbing phase of the
tale told bv Mr Sears is that which du
plets the Brltis'i and Ton a mophere of
New Tork Citj during Itev olutlonarj (lavs.
Lieutenant Haifort has been commissioned
secretlj, bj General Washington to enter
the British lines,, gain a standing with
General Clinton by means 0f false crcden-
imis anu inus inahe opportunitj for tlw
Udnaping of the tralto-, Arnold, and the
rctuni of that Judas of the Revolution fo-
punishment at the hands of his eountrj-
m-n Haifort at his own request, Is ac-
companled bj hi two comrades, and their
perils and hairbreadth escapes in the New
York of that daj are asily thrilling The
fact that Mistress Debcrah Ph'lirse, the
Torj sv cetlicart of the hero. Is the belle of
the town and the toast of all the British
ofneers, gives rise to many dramatic situ
ations and to a displaj of the girl's pluckj
lovaltj' to her "F.ebel" lover, which adds
tremendoulj to the storj 's grip on Its
readers Of course, as we all must needs
O r-rtijKJST'iA "-V5.
A. C LAT.T.
Author of ' Heraids of Empire "
know. Lieutenant Haifort iTid not succea
in kidnaping Benedict rnold orae luck'
but hu made so gallant a campaign In the
icry heart of the raimv s headauarten
that one feels like cheering when General
Washington see-, fit at Iw unsucctssful ,
."ft ,, I ucuum
ulote to reward Haifort with a commission
as Major under "Old Put " And the
that his loc affair with Deborah Philip
!i plea'antlj straightened out at this samo
time, thus bringing the storj to a happj
ending, completes the reader s enloj ment
llr Hamblen Eears has viitten a most col
orful and animated romance of tho Ameri
Other evr XtnuU.
"Heralds of Empire," bj A. C Eaut, au
thor of "Lords of the Ivorth," Is the sort
or tale which warms the blood of the most
sluggish nature, Tho threads of this ro- '
mance connect the Boston of refugees and
witches and the London of Charles II with
the White Wilderness of the NTorth The
author has written of the days of Badis-
son, that most picturesque adventurer who
threw dice with fate bv changing alle
giance with a recklessness which knew no
bound", and who delivered the empire of
the North to England instead of to Prance.
There Is no letting place in the tale It Is
the kind which compels attention until the
close The Appietons have put an excep
tlonallv handsome cover on the volume
Wallace Irwin's "Love Sonnets of a
Hoodlum" have done much to 3how how
ridiculous thH revered form of vere may
be made That Initial publication was re
ceived with such favor that this clever Sin
Francisco burlcsquer has produced another
extravaganza called "Tho P-ubaljat of
Omar Khayjam, Jr.." which will tickle thn
literary palate of every one who has seen
tne lunnv sine of the Fitzgerald craze. It
I Is a tonic for a scntimentalism which has
ben overdone of late jears. Elder Jv.
Shepherd of San Francisco arm the rmh-
The -Manual of Statistics" Is onnr
among those Interested In stock exchanges
" f,orn ' commercial life Vlth
the publication of the volume for I'iOI, the
twentj -fourth jear Is entered Features
e beCn -,dlaedM ! th. book
ecn more valuable than formerly. It may
be obtained of the Manual of Statist'cs
Company of New York.
Edward R. Emerson In "A Lay Thesis on
Ttlble vlne" romb.ats the FO-i-nllr! fn-.
" 5?" gjS1 "S'l" f
Himself a winemaker, he endeavors to
show that there was no fermented wine in
the early dajs of Christlaniiv. Merrill &
Baker, New- York, are the publishers
"At Sunwlch Fort" was orlginaly pub-
ff tgearXibacdaiialian UStrealhs of cPmoke
o0tcr portrait of Wallace Jttnin.
Author of "The Rubajat of Omar Klnvjam. Jr '
INhed In England, where It made a con
spicuous success The Scribners liae re
published it in this eountrj A W Jacobs
is known as the author of "Man Cargos '
vhlch preceded this volume The scene Is
on the English co tst- The humor of the
Mcrj is of a pecullarlj English character,
The illustrations Ieav e much to be desired.
Histories of English literature are wel- I Do Id. Mead i Co will publish earlj in
come if thej present een a partial 'the fall, a new romance bj Marie Ccrclll.
glim-pse of the broad flld "vVJl'am Vaughn the manu-vjr'pt of which is nearly com
Mcodj and Hobrt Mors? Lovett of the pleted
University of Chicago are the authors of , The storv Is said to be a singularly pow
, the latest elementarj treatise on this sub- crful and striking one. dealinc- with a sub-
ject Designed for use in schools, the
work Is of a nature to interest even those
thoroughlj versed in the growth of literary
iorms ana ene msvorj oi auenors iiaic
d scriminatlon has been used In the selec-
llon ot material, The volume is published
r bl the Scribners
I , T ... . ,
tJDI ..u S . Z
e tr. Jt"e ve1,
Lvm'ntly h say oi
-U .. ... . ..1...,.. .'W .k, ..... tij J u. .
ork State Legislature
ome interesting things
if those related In "Margaret Eowlby" are
true to life. He telN with an experienced
hand the rise of u 5 0Ung man who re
mained true to ills better self through the
temptations of midline politic- The loe
storj is predominant despite all of the po
litical intrlsue uhich Is reealed The
Lothrop Publishing Companj. Boston
Irmgine nine Ioe storiei In one noel, and I
all of them rather letter than the common I "After tv o j cars of lif in the Quartier
run of loe tales That i u hat ons will llnd Latin." aajs Charles TIiLOdore lltirrj-.
In "The Confessions of a Matchmaking i "hcre I got mj studies of rrench charac
Mothcr" written by Lilliao Camrbell
ua'uson anu puousnea dj J t ia. 'or
L Co of fvcw Tork. The Confessions are
well written and In their 130 pages of re- '
cltal tell all of the loe stones with "u- ,
talned interest and In an English tint I
makes excellent reading It is one of the
most entertaining of all of the recert
loiumes oi smart "conie"sion9
"Deep-Sci Plundering'," bv Trank f
Eu'len, author of "The Cruise of he
Cacbalrt," Is nt) to the author's usual
standard Mr Eullen. who has proved hlm
relf a pan master of deep-water literature,
aTords in these pagc a series of brilliant
and often dramitic picture? of the sailor's
life and adtentures While the picturesque
cntcs into his book he deals also with the
"'irn verities of fo'c'slc life, and he brings
bef-re the realer strange, bewildering
1 hasts of deep-water adenturlng which
- II! lav firm bold uoon the imaginat'on J
There Is not onl the frcslincs and ilgorof
the sej in this bojk. but also its grandeur I
ami gloom it uneertaint and lt" remorse
less11Css The thrilling experiences that the
unknowr s-illor faces a a mere Incident of
Ills d-iilv lift and the hardship-) he encoun
ter are pictured with tht ildne"s and In- j
ight that the author of "The Cruise of the t
nt-iruiM iiivh realizes fo lorcibn and
inevit ibiy in his brilliant pages Publihil
bj the Appietons.
Literury nto. 1
In our country Doctoi t"ashincton Glad- '
den stand, abreast of such men in England
s Canon I'rem mtle ard Dean Stubb With
,............ . -
. , "c"ib lnal '" - hrlstian purpose is
, suc"' as wen as an lniiuiauu rtgencra-
tion. tlat thestaleisas trulj alrineas the
ln"dhis"anewa book" .1"
pP.Y ,, ,' " -T.ifni l balva-
iion uiougnton, -UUIUn s Co) he con-
s'Oers the relation of the church and the
pu.plt to social questions of the da stulv-
?, S? M e,Ca.r ?l the r00T,- ,e
tl,; .es-Ls nr .InVf116 uncI?P'-cd'
2Z.l"F2SL P'J,Cf, and.?f ?
; ir; .-J ,wT ,:TL .:.? .',...:
hnse, an'.! h v,, ,.;' f tV " '
for municipal 'reforms in I, 'is own commun- ,
tor Gladden has done such effective work
Itv that what he writes comes with etrer- !
tir.mt Ti.ii-h nnil frnm iir,i.kn.i i -.i
"The Roll-Call of Westminster Abbej"
by Mrs A. Murray Smith, daughter of
the Dean of Westminster, contains a mass
me ajx:xu ui caiiiiiui.t;i, uuavains a mass ,
of careful and accurate information which '
will compliment Dean Stanlev'i well-
known monograph, filling It out In many
wajs It is not concerned w'th the history
or architecture of the building, but deals
onlv, as its well-chosen title Implies, with
the population of the dead within its walls.
We Americans are perhaps more Interested
In tho Abbej and in Stratford-on Avon than
in any other places In England, and are
likely to find in this volume more facts
about the occupants of the various tombs
than can be fcund in anv other one book
Sbe handles' her subject in a verj Elmp'e
manner and In a readable and reverent
The drama of "Ben-Hur," now being pre
sented on the great Stage of the Drury
Lane j. neater, Lonaon. will soon be taken
for a tour of the Continent. Tho task is
to find theaters with sufficiently large
Cc, o nmmnln,. , ' -- .,?,
stages to accommodate the scenes of this
production. In many cases as In that
of the Holburn Theater at Vienna, for in-
stance the Continental stages have a bet-
ter capacltv. cither In size or mechanical
means, than that of Drury Lane As to tho
horses for the chariot race, it Is .saiii ),,.
are easily procured and quickly trained
lending themselves readily to the uses of
the treadmill. They must be ranid fni-
during the race of fifty-five seconds they
are forced to a speed of more than forty
miles an hour.
President Roosevelt has received from
Mr. Alfred Austin, Poet Laureate of Eng
land, an especially bound copy of his new
volume. "A Tale of True Love, and Other
Poems, ' which he has dedicated to the
President The book made bv Hirper &
Ilros wai bound bj hind In full olive-grt-cn
French le-vant cut from a skin chosen
for unLAual beautj ot color A design of
roses Is worked on the cover in ros and
gold and tho book is lined with rrench
i marbled paper in blended shades of green
ject which has nev er before been treated In
notion, and Intimatelv touching on certain
topics which have b-en for some time up-
i permost In the m!nd- of many people The
tltlo Is at present withheld
In connection with the TVas-hlngtonlan
movement and the temperance drama in
this eountrj, which constitute an important
part ot the plot of ' The Strollers " bj Fred-
' enc S Isbam, it will b of Interest to many
to letrn that one of the most successful of
the old pla-, "The BortK" wai a drama
tization of a serie3 of Dlctures on temper
ance made by the Illustrator of Dlckins's
works Thee pictures b Crulkshank ob
tained in immense Lirculatlon. both In
America and England in tiie forties
PKdFEOR JOHN GIPFORD
uthor of Pra ti al I'orestrj "
' ter for 'Mile 1 oui nrttc ' I may freeH sa
thai It u tb.. irsr nb.ro In ibo irnri,i m
" - - ........ .,
--enj & oulg man or woman if jou intei-
tain unj ho,w of meeting him or her In
lieavin I have had much experience in the
T " fT ""S T ,he
lums of London ard IJvcrpool know the
'X.nrin.r,' nr x- !, ,..t h,. .....
lions' at Berlin and Vienna, but for Uown-
, liprtt satanlc lngcnuitv of riciou-iesi and
Eilt-edgtd debaucherj vou must go to the
Suartler Latin For it is litre that Immor-
"ty Is accepted as a virtue, and real virtue
no ""c of demarcation to distingn sh it
Xo joung man or voung
woman can survive such environment un-
ifj?.1?'.1 "-J are. """;'- " .
.-"". men line i.onaon siums, is repulsive
1i nt dangerou-
it i attractive vice, sui-ar-
coated lmmoralitv, which is dangerous
and that Is what voung men and vomen
llnd In the Quartier Latin "
The author of "An Onlooker's Notebook"
TT , -- " ' , .w.JM..
lfIdri,,c,r3) , Mr George W illlam Erkfne I
Itusstll, voungest son of Lord Charles Itus-
sul. M P Mr Ituell has written his
book from notts made during a long and
brilliant eoci il and political uaret-r, during
which he lias Intimatelv known not onlv
the distinguished people among his contem
poraries, but also many stately old ladles
of an elder regime, who have related to
him, in fnendlv confidences over afternoon
tea, stories about the men, women and
manners of their daj wMcli are delightftil
lv droll and entertaining, ami could only
be obtained bv members of the ' Inner cir
Apiopos' of the coronation, the June Ccn
turv will have a double frontispiece consist
ing of portraits of the King and Queen,
printed In tint, and a paper on "The Ho; al
Familv in England" bv Professor Ocar
Browning, who. it is announced, writes from
fnrtr ,.. ...n.nol nnmlnhnni .Hi. ..--.
forty jears." personal acquaintance with the
c"urt. and records Interesting characterls-
l'cs of Queen Victoria, the Prince Consort,
and tlle Present rulers of England. Pro-
'essor Browning savs that the late Queen's
PaDers were most methodically preserveJ
by her Majesty, while hardly a scran relat-
lne t0 George III can be found. Professor
Erowoilng's first recollection as a child is
of the fireworks at Windsor on the ev cnlng
of the Queen's marriage
Thomas Bailey Aldrlch will contribute to
the June Century A Note on LAIglon.'
calling attention to a curious resemblance
between the Wagram battlefield scene In
Rostand's play and a passage In Victor
Hugo's description of Waterloo In "Les
Miserables." Mr. Aldrlch also relates his
own Impressions on the latter field. Hlu-
A NOVEL BY RIPLEY D. SAUNDERS
"One of the bst novels of th"
vca- both in mattr and ir form
Mr Saund' r h loll an ihsortin
storj with unusual -Kil! He has
i-ont to lei! life ri)"- liw material
rnd Inpintion and has con-.truet-ed
a vital ronittnre S-t. Louis
At all Book Stores.
iai:wii4nMZ::iiMiittv.vwu.'j -j- 'wjt
3 Z1N F.
Get The Profits
W hen tou buv n earnaeo from at., you eet the profiu that ordinarily so to
the Jobb-r ami deuler 1 hat meani two profits sa ed In mun caaet the
cost of a carriage la reduced thirty per cent. Our system of
Seising Carriages from Factory
direct to i"nstomers Is sailng money for thousands of carriage
bnerr. an oer thccountr. Our business hs srown to bo the
largest m the world becaue curriaee owners are realizing the
cre.it siMng this system attords. rite at once forit ilojn-
graue .Guide, aiso
uurneii roocs ana an
Irp (corral OSer .ad
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L Lsflla 1 lT7 I
The nalr I'odllve tare fur Lliiuer Irlnl.nc, Iffo-shlne and other Ajlp
cottc Jrs: Usls. Nenrastaecla, Teharcn unit Cizesie teildlctloas.
rnrmmMiiTwrfr ha iaim T.TiTre rftTrinrTTiiL
XICG DTt. J". X3. nrjVXTTS, rbyulolnn and 2ni.r.
Poa Trrrlnea f- Tc'lteeo nd
DiAMOKD ECZEMA CUBE,
tircatet Ilepiinsr ikim.i ivuotju.
At all nrtt-clas drugrlsts
Testlmon a . tic ml d tn appIirttl'D dv
the manutactu en Henry Hell Crimlcal
Co "i: 11 a I ourtb s ht. L.cul. Io
trating the spl of the historic event thre
ctt Hunks Ilecelcd.
Tbe following liooks bae been sent to
The Republic this week for review
'llaijare' Uowlbi A romincc H ndu-L
intent Ixjthr. p IublUVrc Co-nrinj Boston
Heart Shots ' II) E L C tVard F Tenny
Ecn cdv New 'ioik City
"Jlr Wh'tman ' A 'tn of the brlgards
By nliitieth I ullen Lolhrop rub.lshlng Corn
pari llon n II !"
A Soi i - n th IMilIlppln s ' ti X S rre
mar I Tennyscn Neelj Corapan. Ke Tork
At Sunv-ti h ror Er W W Jacobs Charl-s
Scrtbnei r Scin New A ork Cltj SI 30
"The Gate of tl KIs ' V romince In th
dass o' llezel'ah King nf Judah By John V
HarJIntr Lotlrcp rubllshlrg Comrxinj. Bostoa
A Lay Thes on Blblo tvins ' By ndward
R Emcrscn Jlcrrill i. Bake- New To-fc. TJ
Trance ' By ricrre. Foncin Inte-natlonal
l'ubll-hing Companj Nev ork Cit
Farts and V)ninients I He-lttrt Spencer
D Arnl-ton . ' New Tork 51 :0
X mm J 1 I liana o. u
llouStonUfn'ln . Co Loon V'
Houghton Mltllln Co Los.on II 0
SHAW BANQUET TO-NIGHT.
Iissmiri Botanical Guidon Trus
ties and Friends to jleet.
Tl e trustees of Shaw's Garden and their
f-ieuds will baniut to-night at the South-
c-n Hotel this bi.lng the thirttenth anmul
affair provided for in llr Shaw u will
Almut KIJ guests .ire expe ttil manj of
whom will torn, from ariniito parts o'' th
fetute The toatt will b informal, but an
'n,te,,'.stin!; 7";i '. """1 Vb3-i"
"ntS Z frlt ES2u, TS2
publiu. partlcularlj those persons who have
II M SH
Her Mother Says She Did Net
Receive Proper Treatment.
There lias- of late bpen r.nnsiiiprnb!, irmi.
ble in the si hnols and not a. few girls have
been kpt at home bv their parents on ac
couni oi it
One of thc-so is Grjee II Locke a pre
possessing miss of sxtem jears Her
mother Mrs A lie Jl I.ocke, during an in-
i-riiw on mt suDjcct saiu
"M daughter Is a good girl and I have
never lad anv troub e with her Hut about
siv month ago I was obliged to take htr
out of school She had worked hard ani
since h-r heart had not been good for nbaut
three jcars. It h id been too munli for her
She grew pak anil lUtle's, -ne was tired all
the time, ami the least cvertlon made her
breathe hard Th disease was anaem'a
and I wu afraid of it but I hardly knw
what to do for m'dlcine didn't seem to be
doing her anv good
"But at last we noticed an advertisement
in tiie paper saving that Dr Williams' Pink
Pill for Tale People would cure diseases
caused bv impoverished blood, and I made
up mv mil d to have her trj thi-m He
trouble was deep-seated and obstinate, mil
at first th pills didn't seem to help her
iuue-ii nui sue Kcui un ana in a littli
while she began to fel better She cnntln
""J. l's"'5 ih,c' ;!!lSn,i'aflk? ten Hcs
n" n' -Ut JOOhS anU iedS like O. dlffer-
fnt person She Is back in school na w.!I
.ind strong as anv of the girl-, anil I feI
vcrv thankful for what Dr W Iili im&' Pink
Pi'ls for Pule People have done for her'
Mrs Locke and her daughter live in
W hitman. Mass f and manv of their neigh
bors are willing to vouch for the truth of
the above statement. As narl everybody
M'h Locke suffe'red. is a dargerous on" to
nu-, aniicim", tne cii-euBe irom which
neglect. It is caused bv
an actual d
ficiencv of the blood, and
a watery and
uepraved state of that fluid.
The one remedy that has proved Itself ,i
speculc for anarita U X)r -Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People These pills will
never fall to effect a cure if used persisteut-
ty lor a reasonanie lenzth nf tim t,....
may be bougbt at all d-ugglsts, or direct
from Dr. Williams Medicine Co hchenec
tady. NV T , fifty cents per bos; six boxes
for two dollars and a half. Send for free
booklet of medical advice. 0r Irce
Js jpq iHfl. L$ I W
from Si. Louis:
'The Etorj of John Kenadi-s boj
liood and maturing is r.cnu'ne art
Of sJeh storws "ill be th harvest
of the tjpical Amencin literature
In the highest t ns th storj ira
be call-d a "sutcv- bt Louis
Houghton, Biifflin & Co., Publishers.
naarTrr.T.--JX.-i rsrTxr. wixny?ziq
znes wnoiesaie prices on
oiner norss accessories
Faetffry, Colnmbtti. Oh!..
. Ill.lvlki.llnv linn. A
une"t. t.r, xsia.
rlaf ill. IT- aae ' , f- .. LU4U IU.
orncE or register.
St. Louis, JIa L, 1X2.
Pursuant to the requirement') of the Char
ter and Ordinances of the Cit of St Louis,
Mealed blcs will b' received at this oilica
until 12 o'clock noon, and operd
FRIDA1 -MW2!. 1502.
' I'rom publishers of newspapers in the City
. of St Louis having un uniform dail cir-
copies, for the cits printing for one jear
one published in the Knglish language !
ti a one m the Uerman language bJU
bid3 must propose to do the n Intiug and
advertifing required bj law and ordinances
to be done in tne newspapers, mcluring
jiunaipn itener una, collectors omce.
at an uniform price per line
The printing must conform to the fol
Size, character and rams of type, non
pareil, minimum length ot line, twenty
sit CM) ems, minimum width of column
thirteen (13) ems pica, character of the
measurement to b emplojed, nonpareil
The papers published in the English
languaite bidding shall al'o state In the!' I
bid at what cost and price per pate thtv .
pamphlet form mo blank pages to lit.
counted) and reiucr same
dis nftpr mill rneetlnir tn
phaetons, surreys and other high
of the Municipal Asembl) . also, at what I TRVI I,Um: S W a. m Returning, ar
price per page the will print and dellitr fhr 10 ' " ra Btops both TCa's at Tower
?"eJ'",nd' ('!.-S0pi?S tLJ.I6 c"d- ri,lCK-i:T-n.Khtb..ard Olive S reets. Tower
, -. c ,, ,, ,.,. i .,. -
"u - ..!.. n ut i uuia iiMwic-
' ' ramVhlet 'Vorm (no 'blank pae
D be counted), aivt. Bhat prcc per ,nse j
I thei will Drint and delixer fifteen hun
dred (1,3)0) copies of the ordinances a I
mav be published in the newspaper, of an
uniform size suitable for b'nding In the
customary form (no blank page:, to be
counted), the foregoing pamphlet work to )
luuiuiiii in ail re.jit;ci m sumjjl" un
tilo and to be seen by bidders in this of
llce Bidders will be required to deposit with
i the Clt Trcisuier the sUm Df l!e hun
1 ilred Uol'ar" (SSoO) and attach the Treas
urer s -icflrt to each bid .iKo nn alli-
ilavit that tht c'.-ilv circulation of the
paper Is three thousand t 'Hj) topie:. or
No 1 d w ill bt ronsidced In which
tlicte shall be an erasure or interlineation
I All bids must be Indorsed "Proposals for
Citv Printing "
Bids w in be opened at the oaice of tl e
The Citv Itegister reserves the right to
rejt.ci an or an oins
A bond of ten thousand dollars (SI" W)
will be required for the faithful prfoim
anr of the contract.
The English paper receiving the con
tract will be required to furnish one lun
dred (100) i-opies of the dailj paper and
twtntj (20) slips of each udve'tistrient j
madi. bj the Register tree of charge to
said Register, also twentv-four (24) slips
uf each advertisement made by the Com
missioner of Supplies free of charge to
I The German pane- receivirrr the con-
tract will be required to furnish sixt C-
copies of thi dally paper free of charge to
p r riTZGinnoN
fc lift -- ?X.'x
Bebief TIir:e On
It is an appetizing, dcltc ous
beverage, a. irod also, and while
it has the agreeable odor of cof
Has No Harmful Effects
Health ruined by the use of
coffee it le especially hnrtf al to
children yet' thousands of
young children arc feed on bread
reed them Kneipp Malt Coffee,
and preserve their health. Your
grocer has it or will pet it. Fol
low lirections, and boil it.
A. A. SELKIRK CO.,
Auction and Storage
nru!ar mj. everr "tardar at wareioue an4
r-nra- ot'ce- V 13 rhon'esu sve 9als 1
rerldencts a sci-irlalty Ptone Klnloch C HT.
"Mirih?! Gr llararr 71 and Til Woti1n-rto
r Auction if salvage nerchand
V. atch 'or tp-ia! not!
A A. 8ELrKiniC Auct!oiMr
1808-10-12 GHOtiTEAU AVE.
Thlfc day at 1 T o lr- a at nu- inr-houif w
I a la-Ki aid ie-J co'le tlon of p-lms
i i KMiLiti:. i ipi:r-. lotcs etc.
. V. SKLlvlItlv. A. CO.. Auctioneers.
vb V& KS
M.L THIa VVEL't AND NLXT SCXDAT.
II tlra Dal
Mabl loi -ind
llflxiiie and oiway,
Aerv and Hart
May Udouln and
Fwan and Kim bard,
flirl nf QuBLt,
I Th DIhano& 3
H I 2oc SO- Ore
Orchestra Cnal-s, Reserved. .Wc-
Vtiicurr I'niKrnmniF lo-Mplit.
' ROYAL ITALIAN BAND.
B ' GirSFPrE CRCATORE f-.-mdnrtn-
R rnres Ik ind 0e S-t at Bollman
;STHfsPA10 ' IffJrROLKSDUlT.
, COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN.
I THE BOWERY BURLESQUERS,
I rmmtinj P RXUUf Jfit Ittraclin
CUUinllltfQUi 1L REEVES BIS CO.
OPENS ITS SEASON
...SUNDAY, MAY 18...
"ith New arj Exlusiv 1 eata-e Fre Bani
Concert Twlre a Laj Take al Ca- Lrs
CLNTt'RT FIUDAT nVEXING. ilAT 11
Tno Satu-daj jlatinees Hay 17. ;i
Th nw rhll Irrn s play fo- the b-flt of th
JIartha I ar - Tree lloii tal for rhildren. un-d-r
thr dirert n of Mr Jatob llahler
Tu k u J) terts Iteserved teats w cnts e
tru On ral- at tho th-ater
- ic llatlnes Tuday. Thtlrday. Saturday.
OEpattiiife KATIE WAIFS OF
ZJO Tti'EWrVIETT. NEW YORK.
fcun Mght. May Xr-Flemlne Coa-ifcan B-neflt.
ST. LOUIS vs.
Game Starts at 3:30 P. M.
EACH DAY, .
Comemncing at 2:30 P. Al.
Admission, InsiuJIng Grand Stand, $1.00.
ST. LOUIS FAIR ASSOCIATION.
Sunday, May IB,
ROUND TRIP RATES, 75 Cents to $1.50.
t i.jrn,e ana inn arauon.
CAMP POIIDGDMA. Itasca. County. Minn., for
bcs and vung oren Bnatlnp sport, nature
etudy (.artful supervision Tor particulars ad-drs-.
II W felack. 735 OIlvo su Bt. Paul. Minn.
r. 111 iii:iu i .nn coTTicns,
Hn ITdsIiLs. L'-scs: Co . N1 Y.
1 lnst iort tn the moon tains. Accommdat!
CW 3 Vf fret obovp a leI 2Iacnlflcnt rll
mate pcenfn onl drU Gol' ternls. casino.
r htra. txiwlln billiards liuntlnc (lj!nc,
I Itailnc cMrc Udwln II Let. rtoprfetor.
'InrapT "TIic I'rinceton Inn " Trincrtcn X J.
's.-w o-k reprty'ntatl'. Robert K "Wrlslit.
I. ivi: ivi:i!(.n. win.
i Excellent co tare irorrierli nrtvatet and n
ral illntng hall open JJa 24 lnlltlduals or
la nines accommodalcij for werf or season. Gclf,
rshlrg salll-g tenn s swlmmlrg etc Children
tjfc everywhere faecu e cotuig-rooms early. Caa
airlve tb day vou lave M Lojls For lllvi
tnited book address The Is'and Co , Osbkosh.Wls.
Ohieago Beach Hofal.
Tea mlnnts from heart of city: no dirt and
d,st- filtuatd on boulevard and lake, at Slsr,
ttreet boulevr1 Chlpaco
Send for Illustrated booklet.
Affords an acceptable change In
ore s dally diet
Trade supplied by
n.M ItOlII f.ROCCUl CO.
I ttnvTi i 'i i1tiit-i3n tVffrniiafj' JsMW
i 7TII,I JAM F HOMES H J DIEKNEITlt
I rei'dnt Rcretary.
r3ArtL,tcFrrr rv n
I JUSIOUItl II Ti: VILTtAL FIItE ASftl
WARiNr: lsl,I:cE company.
Ofui-. ,u. il7 tneiuiut SL. &u Louis Uo.
Tel llell Main TT71A Tl tviniorh A ifva
Po.lce ars written on either ito-k or mutual dIab
Henry C Ha-irstlc. J B, c Lucas,
M R Orthnein n D WaniuT
Augustus Neddirbut. Jn W, Belt
tTrn P. Hon-
Do You Ever
stop to consider the
present efficiency of the
compared with what It
wasbetore the"POSTAV M
entered the Held? w
& Porfoct XXoa.ltlx. S
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