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THE BEPUBIiIC: S'UKDAY.
MAT 18, 1902.:
i? ... ' V ' "J ""rani so manj oi jiftfT.n
jgiism t.om and Lunhaco buasriv i,tru
B ElWi" ' u.rL 7r " nd lh tic! rood
j not put ibp disease to sppp hut drttcs tic
.OI1P t lhr . ... """J ,Ma ,D In?.mJ
I hifnrp n;. U.i r: "" "", renermij
w , - - f"tn uru i
65 E r i , ".i'"?..!0''? "
ki ..-- -. - wiu r rirn nrrf
iHsai .in&' -""rb
. The dNplay or Summr Good" it UaT s
earnot Tall to meet the fanc of the c'ill ul
and e-onomica1 bu.e- The fabrics this
season are delightful In desicn and no
where are thr off-red In fu h assortment
cs at SIisourl s Greatest tnr
DELMAR GARDEN PRINCIPALS.
Ulmiapcr Goor; Kingsbury Has
AunmiiKcd Hi'. Engagements.
Maua 'Williams his been encased 05
OeorRe Klncsburj t jjrlma donna for the
Kelmar G-ird"n opera comran This will
be Miss 'Williamr? Mm appearance In ft
Xiouis. In that she has nlmot ent'reh ap
peared It the East Her lat American n
BiiKement was with Edni Jla In "The Girl
Brom Up There" at the Herald Square The
xut, Xei lork She appeared with that
organization in London anr" has onlj re
iccntl returned to this countrj
Some of the oher pr ncipaU errciReJ fo1
DUmar include C aTle Kevnolds :oubrette
Intc with the Chamberlain organization it
the Columb'a Tlieate' Hoston. Dorotln Ne
vilK who last appeared in St Ixu!s In
Vaudeville il ro Delomotta. tnor, E A
Clarke Edwin Karvei. comdHn. rank
Illair. statre manager, John HeGhle late of
"riorodora " muiral director and Margue
rite Cros, undcrstudj tor prima donna
The opra season will commence Sunday
nenlng June 1 ti Ith Thr niack Hnar '
RESERVATION SWEPT BY FLOOD
Waterspout Ioi" il'a D.imano
to Ponca Indian Lands.
Guthrie Ok "VIa 17 A waterspout on
the Ponca lndlir rcrvation swelled the
creeks and rirs to dangerouo floods
washed awaj s'oral impottant brldces.
compelled the eidents to flee for their
lies to higher ground and wnhed awaj
Ihe foundation of dwell'nc-hou'ses
A on of John Iilm wan drowned and
unconfirmed report" tate thTt n number o'
l'onca IniliTn were c iurht b the flood and
killed Crop" v er jireatlj dunaqed.
IOWA GIRL DROWNED IN INDIA.
Stoim Carries Awa Jlis'-ion Or
pkauagc at Srepat.
Shenandoah la. Maj 17 The friend of
JIIs Halma Ier a former student of the
World's MIsMnnarj Hom in this ciu hae
received nws of her deith h drowning in
a -torm Mm 1 at Srepat India
Hiss Slier wa i. ears o'd and went to
India nine months ao with a bind of mls
eioinries under Frcderi"k Jan Is
The rame lnformitlon ais the storm
swept aw a an orphanage and all its occu
panti onh two of the missionaries cscap
Ins with their liec
vriiAinnniii ri:snt u-in cnier
tainment and straw be-rj festival will bn
Bien next Pridaj evening b the Ladies
Socity The programme will Include an
illustrated l"cture of 1(0 colored views on
P30TE0TI0H AGAINST FIRE AND BURGLMS
Safe Deposit Vaults
Mississippi Valley Trust
BItKEK At Buffalo N 1 , 3neMa 1U
34 1-)J IsalI Itarkr b-tovri wife or UaT e
Barker anfl eletor nf Mr Geop la Jt-aum? of
l?t fcoto ilt llrF A WaMbart of this clt ana
ill ss J-nn e c-aueler of Alton. Ill
BLCLOCK FuddnU at Had Nauheln Ger
many M rnie M , wife cf Wil'lam II U'elocK,
hatuida. ila IT la
cticc or funeral later
BOL'DINET Mar Itnudinot (neo BchnclJrt,
dear'j heo ed wile of Chirlj Boudin?t ani
mother of Mrs Lena Dethr.e ne Itoudlrct)
Charl" Jr Joie IJzzIe nni JUReno ntu
daughter of Mr l)o-a 'hne'drr.
Tb funtral will take place from the itsldtnce
. rOl Oark atnue iloidaj morning Maj
J&, 391 thence to Hermann, Ma. I'lcase om.t
DIu:AN-On Sat'dl. Ma IT, l'02 at 3 V
I m Thomas Urennan dearij blod huMiand
of Hannah B'-ennkn (nee tnrightj and father nf
3;dward I James M John I. AV3IIiam Oeorco
Annie Kellj (nee lirennan) Katie I enaal in'
Urennan) Apnrf Man and Johanna Urennan,
Mtcd 62 earo 1 months nnd 22 nays
Funeral from famlK rPFidnce, ?o Sll South
Twenty-fvrond street Mona, Ma IS, a 2
j' m . to IIol Amfel Church, thence to cal
an Crmeterj PYlerds invit-d to attend IXs
cead was a inemlwr of A O I o t9
Memphis and Mourt Ileil hj Ham'Iton Countr,
O . pixr" plae ccr
COATE-Jarees II Coate as"d 73 cars S2T
COLiU On Tburndar May 13, JV2. at C 50 a m
ntieccj. Col (nw Cook), agtvl 76 ear beloed
wire of Dai id Cole
I-uneral bunda. May 35 at 9. SO a m.. fiom
farnllj residence o 2746 Clark aenu- lner
raent private Flease omit flowers
DUGCSAN B nccidtnt at Omaha May 14,
1W2 Thomas J luecan tK-ioed 5on of Tnomaa
1 and Cathrin" Iupsan tnee lljan)
Funeral will take v ace from the family resi
dence. I o 3Tw boath Broad wa) Monda , JIaj
39. at T 20 a m to St Thcmas Aquln a CI urch
thenc to Cihan ipmtterj. Friends cf the
famllj are invited to attend.
Demer rPrs please copj
EDIEn Frldaj Mnj 36 IC at 13 S5 p m..
IxuiFe V . beloved daughter cf Henry ani Ottilia
L,dlT. alter i. long illness, at the ai;r of 2 years
Funeral Suhdaj, Ma 18, from famllj residence,
235 CopeHn ac at 2 30 p m Triends are In
cited o attend
B"Ueille (IU) and Ctolorodo Springs (Colo.)
jiaprs please copj
HAnniN'GTOK Entprrd lrto ret. suddpnlj,
on IVidiy, May 1C 1502. John M Harrington, be
lovrd hsband of Acne M Harrington inee Kav.
cn&uch) and father of Mrs Thomas Caffery and
runeral will take place from late resldTce,
Iso 2C26H Cozens araue, on Sunday. May IS. at
1 30 p m. to St. Tereas Church, thence to Cal
vary ceroeter Trlends ore rc?ptfully Invited
Ieceaed was a member of Robert rimmet 3dR,
o. Ml A O t W and also a native of 3m
nj brook. Count) Dublin, Irelpjid.
Chicago (III) and Cle eland (O ) papers please
KKNTCETT On Friday May 1C at 12 o'clock
noon. Julia Clabp wldov of the late William G
Ivennett. In th- seventy fourth year of her age.
UNOOJN In thN cit. May 16, 3502. "VTllUam
IJncoln. aged G years
Funeral will take place at X-iogazisport, Ind ,
at 10 a m . Tueslav, the 20th Inst.
jrCOT On FrldaT. May 1C 102. at 7 44 a. m .
IleRn Mam McCoj, -wife nf the late John T.
McCoy and membr of Bellefontalne Chapter, No
C9 O E. S
Funeral Sunday at 2 p m.. May IS. from late
residence. No 42S3 Kaston are.
THE undersigned deslren to thank the many
liberal contributors to the firemen's fund for thoso
who lst their lives In the Chestnut street fire, of
February 4 Though the moc reccUed cannot
atone ftr the kas of the htt'bnd CJ'arlM II.
Krennlng. still th? Is a comfort In knowing
thtt hev are fq ntanv pcop'e In St Jouls who
esnirathlse with the widows and chrdrfn of those
iron of th
"h Jlcd In the rire
"IVJi. WtfUC lSHESi
M v ir--f i jii -rr iv
"il--' l,i-Y i. . . 'j.-'.X.
3Ioic Discussion of Schley Contro
i M-ivc During Adoption of
Amendment to ZS'aval Lill.
Va-l Ington. 7Ja 17 The House -pent
the di in ilt cu"in:; the na-al apropria
tion bill and the mot important feature of.
tht dici'"stoa iniolied a rciiva' of the
b tTrtpcon-Schle control ersi Thii arose
ocr an amendment to the bill which was
pietented bj Jlr Mudd of ilarjland and
n.i- adopted, r'ohibiting the ue of JWc
laj hltorj of the na-v as a textbook at
the Naai Academj
A number of minor amendments to the
1111 were adopted but the consideration of
the masure wa not completed before the
Mr Looper of Teias offered an amend
mei appropriating KO Vv to' making tests
oi liquid fuel Irom the California aru Texas
J oil neldt under tht direction of the bureau
t Steim Engineerii g Mr Coorer mted
tlat thee te"ts were recommended bj Ad
m ral jlelllle. emef of the Burtau of
ateiLm l-rgineerirg of the aj Department
and In tut &cre:ar o the Xa. Tnt
amenom nt wa- adopted
On a point ot order made b Mr Cannon
the appropriation of j;t"J for the com
mencement of an ejnment station and
te-i ug kiboritori at Annapolis in the De-larim-nt
of Marine Engtneerinff and ?.aial
Lons-truction was shut out by chairman
in:i)(it uii:it i t. l.oiisr
rihht for ttpKlem I)llsion, A lilcb Is
I en-a In Denver.
l.Lrt III.H -! I 1 XL
V, asiiinpton ila IT Representntiie
Jiiller ui Kansas to-lij called upon the
suje-intene ent of ruril fliee deliver) to
atk for the transfer t" T jieka ot the new
Western diiijn hiadquineri which is
imw Ineated n liemer ltcpretntntlo
Long a- with Mr Miner when thi. latter
vas een b Tlu Itepublii. corrc"pjndent,
and lie mi
I lint ali be 'i to see th" -superintendent
.ilrout tlu- rmtter and tr mi what I
heard from him a.id others It - ems cer
tain that St Louis will get this new dl
i:i:tininMi i m. ro"i: vrc
Jj mill llnrtlMililt TrjIiiK In fiet !
kititin fur M. l.oult. lino.
vx:v um. si ecjai
W ahinpton. Jlny IT Repre"entitles
Joj una uartnoldt of SI Loul to daj called
upun J Knox Talnr superi"mK arcaiteot
oi the Irei-Mrt In bch ilf of V M l'ofe
Kite of m i,ouis whoni lht rtcemmend
tti for 1 position as inpeetor of public
building Mr Jo eaid
.lth uch rur iiforf; this morning were
not er tiicciuraqlnc we were promised
fair t insiileration in this matfr and we
look for an earlj decision '
(tHtni.iNtfrs Salorie Retlnt cd.
111:1 1 i i.n sn-fUL
Washington. Maj IT It was announced
to-tlax at the l'ui-t Orl'ee Department that
the alarj of the l'o-unat-r at Iluntsille,
.Mo had lnen decreased from 1 ot to 11,
. and fiat of the l'Dstmater at Neada
from Si " to J. Tixi per annum
Dtieliii .1. 1. Dunawn In W nhhiiiKtnn.
l.i I I I UH 1 F i u-
Wahinpton Mar IT D ict r J I Dun
awaj of L.lttie Kock Ark who has been
in Baltimore on busine-.- stopped oier in
Washinci'ii to da un hi waj hemt, to
paj lu rt-speett. to IJeprtentatie Iteid
ACCOUNT IN RICKEY CASE.
lliuitfinu X'ntronlretl IlnllM, Ilnccs.
Prize i'llitr. and Ollit-r UlillKB
A erj Llbernll).
?ew lork Maj IT rrank T Huntoon
lias prepared a remarkable cpcne account
and submitted in th--" shape of an iteTized
bill in an action that has be-n brought
asalnt him n the Supreme Court ej
Colonel Joseph 1 IticKej, the inventor of
the famous summer drink, for the dissolu
tion of the cupirtnershtp organ zeti for the
sale of a certain kind ol llthla water l'end
lnt, tne trial of the action Juae O Gorman
has appointed Edward G nltakcr re
ccicr ot the assets of the copartnership, on
tht applanation of 1 ormer Hepreberiatle
John J Aaams, who appears for Colonel
Lo'onel Ilickej claims that he advanced
to Huntoon Sinw lor tho purpose ot the
buslnt ss and tnai there lb still Que MO.JOI in
addition to Jv fi profits of the business
Colonel Itlckc cla.ms that he was to have
a one-third lnitrest in the business in con
sideration of tho loan of J.M'Ui and this
was to be repa d to him in tour cars anc
he was alo to have one-third ol tie prof
its which he insists have amounted to 130,
tAv Huntoon submits a personal expense
uecount wr-ich aggregates fj SCT up to janu
arj il lat in it he charges for club ex
penses, political expenses ball tickets,
mone spent at pr.Zf fights, at dinners, for
entertaining and banquets. whikj bills
iiorUt photographs, Christmas gifts, race
track expense regimental ep1nsep. .tips,
postmen policemen, chantj nnd almost JIW
tor hits purchased at vanous times
The bill "how thtt ho charges for JX0
pild at different times to the Dmocratie
club JI3S for the Arion ball. 1? to the
Eagles tSJ to the W hite Rats tl"at he was
a trequent visitor to the Atlantic Yacht
Club where he pnt librallj . tfat he ex
pended more than 51 SO1' for Chris. ma-"! gifts,
his political expense- are put down at more
than JIO-i ) o irh to postmen and police
men paid on I remb"r 31 la-t K to wait
ers at Sherrj's on seerai occasions, $." to
charit whisrtj J10 "), ntzslmmons-Ruhlin
prlzo fight $110 J L. Sullivan benefit. Joo,
Corbett prlz fight flo poor society. J5.
Hoffman Hou- cafe, I2S. I'Jrotectlvc Tariff
Iyngue Jlf'i Slieepshead Btv Club, mem
herhlp flV Tvaval loung Men b Christi-in
Associition J3 Waldorf, J',8. two items of
$ each appear to have been given to a post
man in December ISSW, and a $2 item for a
n"w po-tman ribbon I! 'express cors
ets " To cents and numerous m ill items
for nee expenses
Tiuse various expenses were incurred be
tween Dtcember 14 1S9D and Tebruarj last,
and show Colonel Rickev claims the ex
tent to whtrh Hurtnon was sperding the
prollts of the partnership
SESSION OF EPW0RTH LEAGUE.
Attemlancp Was Much Larpor at
Tort Worth on Second Day.
Fort Worth Te, Maj IT The attend
ance on the second dij of the tenth annua'
conference of the Texas Hpworth League
was lirger thin jesterdaj The chief ad
dress was made bv n 11 Craighead of W"nr
rentburg Mo. topic. 'The CSreek Civiliza
tion and the Modern' Another address was
bj 1 W Horn third vire president of tho
conference and superintendent of the Sher
man public schools on "Practical W ork of
the Literarj Department " A field s"cre
tarv is to be appointed by the cabinet
The ofiicers elected we-e G W Thom
asron of Van Alstrne president. H H
Hallzell of Decatur. Miss I.ula Hartzeii and
IV r Rarnum of Fort Worth vice presi
dents Mr Halzell will be made Junior su
perintendent and J F Ellis, Elgin secre
The Reverend Doctor Tarboux of Brazil
spoke on the mission work In Brazil The
Reverend Collms Denny of Nashville made
the principal addrecs at night on the league
nnd missions There are over TOO leagues
and between "j,000 and 20000 leaguers in
rw Sniitlnj- Train
VIA B &. O S-W.
Beginning Surdav, Maj IS. B & O S.-W.
will inaugurate a new local train between
St Louis and Flora, to run on Sundaj"s onl,
leaving St, Louis 8 CS a m and returning
arrive St Louis 9 50 p. m , stopping at all
Sunday Excursion tickets sold at rate of
one faro for round trip, will hereafter not
be accepted on fnst trains Nos 2 and 1.
Ticket offices. Sixth and Olive and Union
SETTLERS CLaIm THE LAND.
Kush Into Big Texas Pasture
Where Title Is Disputed.
San Angelo. Tex., May IT. Settlers have
made a TV" on the pasture of El C Sugg
. Rro . in Iron County, and located on slx-tj-two
sections, claiming the land Is held
under lapse lease and other irregularities.
It is believed the matter will be stubborn
Yon ma; call it eczema, tetter or milk
But no matter what you call It, this stln
disease which comes in patches that bum,
itch, discharge a watery matter, dry and
scale, on es Its existence to the presence of
humor" in the system
It will continue, to exist, annoy, and per
haps agonize, cs long as these humors
It is always radically and permanently
which expels all humors and is positively
unequalled for nil cutaneous eruptions.
aised a! Wholesale
Prices for Gash.
1'HOXE KIXLOCH A 1019
pnundK (if Ileit Parched Old Govern
ment .liivn tiffce und 1Z2 ponndii of
llrt Griinnlotrd SfcO ff
Bet Elgin Creamer Butter per lb .
3i pounds ot Bull Salt
Rest White Wine Vinegar, per gallon
A good I-ard per pound onlv ......
1 pound of Corn Star h onlv
10 pounds qf Parched Rio Toffee . .
G poinds Guatemala Parched Coffee
T pounds Santos Parched Coffee
u pounds of r.arched Old Gov Java
All other goods in proporticn
D. CONNOR, Msnoger.
802 18. SIXTH STREET.
orir.V. I'air Work.
nlei rropoa' artdre?ii i thf un4rrlrne1
will l-e ieele,l at his I? e on WorH ' a,r
site Llndell boulovird and st,lnkr road until
in o clock a m 31a I- 10 : for 3" " ruhlr
jard? more or Ifss of erading on Worlds Pair'
I'rofie and ?r flcat'ons can H iepn nt th
o'fiic cf Richard II 1 hlllips Chief Civil In I
gineer on Jlonda iias l'
l'-VA ? Tii"n
Ilrctn- of W "Tks
talillnlieil -111 1 ran.
GLEANING, DYEING AND REPAIRING
bnlt Clraiictl in Tiie Hoitm.
bnltn Dt-d ?,M(
(iilttt Chi-nilcnllj- Clenned. . .. -00
bnlt-t tei.m CleHiietl l.O
Suits Sponjtetl unil Prenwecl... .7"
Pitntn Steitin or CliemKal
Klnloch lfMav.-11. V. SCnilLnD.
t V S'xth t littwecn Market and Clitn!it
Gondii Called ffr and Delivered.
Institute for Ail Chronic and Nervous Diseases
1817 La Salie St.
1 nsurrvasi-ed rfult Treatmfit by natural
agencies ar Hcht -o!o air nni r vibration
elictrlctt rrvfacr t-i e n frr Mrat rom
plet furnlveci inti ute li torr Offlc- hou 8 "
a m to p m ex ept 3 to 6 Two German
SAYS MRS. UUmi
DREW A REVOLVER.
Edward Xeultert Inko Thi Alle
::ition in Suit Filed
Mrs Winifred T Cabanne. wife of Du
thiel Cabar.nc. was charged in a dinnge
suit filed in the CIaton Circuit Court e-
terdaj with dranini; a reoler on Edward
TCeubert and ordering him to pet cut of her
nay after her husband p automobile had .
collided with hi" concjance i
The suit -na filed bj Neubcrt and he
charRes Mr Cabanne -with the "ami art. '
The lltlcatlon is the outcome of the col
lilon which occurred April 2o 1W while
Duthiel Cnbanne was on his waj to the I
St Louis Courthouse to attend tht dnmntre
FUit that Mrs. Cibanne had filed agiint
the Pt Louis Transit Compnnj Neuhert
(llleBes that he was driwng In a two
wheeled one horse cart on the Clajton
road nar Kraft street The CHiton road
was closed thnn for a dUtince of TOO feet
to permit the Missouri Taric Uailroad
Compan to make excaitions The nil
road company according to the allegations,
hid erected i temporarj roidwaj across
the excaatlon. which was four feet high,
r'nc feet wide and TM feet long It was
v hile drhins on this tnvporarj roadwnj
that Neubert met Mi and Mrs Cabanne
The plilntlfl slid he was driing a i-pirit-ed
horse and had an infant child in his
lip He nlleges that the defendants com
manded him to get out of the waj He
replied "Please hold bark 1 e tw t babies
her one in the cirt with me and the
hGrc Is a lnbj too "
"Get out of the na were It a hurry
to go to court " was the replj thej are
alleged to hae mide Then the pHlntitt
charges the ran into h'n unneoessn-jij
ST. LOUIS COUNTY PARAGRAPHS.
Tlip IVrrj Ilcilel nt Sixt-slith wtrrrt
and 01le Strat road, was sold ot a fore
closure sale In ClaMon estrd,' together
with a pl'ce or prc-p rtj belonging to Mrs
Pcrrj In Glcndalc It wis bid in b a
reprc"entatle of Zach W Tinker far J12
Cp The mortgage uebt was $11 "
The Conntj Conrl held n onimittre
meeting estcrda to recee a proposition
from II D Wjllle of Chicago who offered
to erect a septic tank for the reduction of
the sewage iu Clajton fir J2.TM His
proposition war prncticalh accepted It is
expected that the new plant vlll ire installed
tj cr before the middle of Juij
The directors of the Central public
school hae decided to build th'r annual
picnic at Roth's Groe on the OHc Street
roid next Wcdnsdaj instead of nt Crcve
Coeur. as had been originallj announced
The Suliurlinn Mippl Cnnipmt) fllril
articles of incorporation in the Recorder's
cfilce In ClaMon eterdis The capltnl
stock i" J10fX one-hilf of which Is paid
ip It is dKlded into 1W shares Thorn is
J Heith of Old Orchard holds 70 snare'.
William R Heath 10 shares Thomas
Medanlsh of St Louis 33 shnres and Thomas
L. Mednnlh of St Louis r share" The ob
ject of the companj i to conduct a coal,
wood, ice and general merchandise busi
ness. Ittnlolpli PnKmirrh"r, torrn collec
tor of Kirkwood. has issjfd notice to dog
owner who are delinquent in the pajment
of their taxes that he w-il begin prosecu
tions against them after next Tuesday
Mnrrlnjre llceniieii wrrt lxnaed In
Clajton esterdaj to x lam Archer of
No KXW Laclede aenue and Tillle Helber
ger of No W16 Baston avenue and William
II Kraemer of Tcrre Haute and Grace
Langhardt of Ste G"nelee Both couple"'
were married bv Judge Wilson
A mon'i cane, m box containing name
lunch and a small bundle of clothing were
found on the banks of the Meysenberg- pond
near Clayton jeterday afternoon and tha
report was spread that some person had
IS SKfwTrrraf 2 filial fM9';rk 5 OUR EASY I
lSllllffllllMklljil flKrHii?! TERMS.
In t?lA4SMkJLMSaaJLMlL Mbtfll I W ? dar and Thermometer r Hill
II 'ZXn.Tu Jl ' nv!EKKBB ' 11 V combined to all pur- , m Jftt I
I Cf U hitTfsi B ' Then comes the fitting up of the cozy home. We don't braB, but t!niWi
V1S WUilM 1 we know that our qualities of Carpets, Curtains and Furniture will H ra K5
I x " ' '' 1 -n i,aM entlcfv unit ffVW Jffi Rk!SL
K! fl-L '- " -J -- WtfUaifrWglX tfuiiMF- 1
I Recaired a d W0S? i ii Trr' fiiiiiiJikl
AND GASOLINE STOVES. J GREAT tf MS
Forthis -S5936tifiSl ortuinLo Thls Woven Wire cot. .k, psBW&s&gTgM
I Svener WTm S2r- just whatyou want for Qa )MMg&
IfxactlVlike '- " Wfi summer nights, like cut WUl -lt3fste&
III cut. I I 4al . t
COOL, SANITARY, WHITE ENAIVSEL
We Carry a Full Line of Iron Fold
ing Iieds from $10.00 Up.
Buys this durable Iron
Bid, nLelv enameled in
H. J. GOEB5ELS. Proa.
st. in nKRT's I T cottges,
Kfn Heights n-x Co , X Y
rin. retort in th" nrunta'ns Accorrmodaes
TO) uOO ft ahrte fea Iv-l Jlasnlflcenr rl'
rrnir FCfner end driier Cclf tennis ca- n5
ceefta bowline t Ullard huntine flir.
linatirc Addreci Tdv-in H !?. Prcp-i" or
Manacr The Princeton I"1 Pln-eton ? J
Nw "Vnrk reprtpen atie, Hcbert n ris'it.
fhers Shall fte Spend O-jr Va.co.tion?
Sleepy Hollow Resort
ON LAKE IV1SCK.GAN,
or colrse. GOLr uooKion-.
South Havsn, Mich.
WEST END HOTEL AHD COTTAGES
Situated on fcluft farms ocan
COTTAGLS OI'IN siTLItDAI JIM Tin
IlOTLl. OrCS- THWtoDAl JLEICth
New lork OW.c, lto Droawa; ilto-vn "81
W E nn-UKETH Vgr
On the north ere of Lakt D'-ic. -n hours
ride front liftflt thf mot Kduttful rummer re
Tt on th rreat laXt-. nin hole slf Itniv
hatUrg toating fishl"g d'l r'ttJl drlref. ir
ard no mosquitoes itiperior nccommclatlons
mm- lirrr"'mentr rpu'er r"'' Or'U ab ut
June 13 Tor rirtular add ets th" proprl'tcr
V r ner jlrtel stc Claire Dlrolt Mich
GKLENBKILK ft H!TL SVLPHUR Sr RINGS
(The ' OI D MIirC sulphur) or'n Jun- 15
lamous lor Us ru phur hath Modern lniproe
rnents with pruaie liatl" ()icl-etra at la pKres
Term 11 to $' week, tA to jv rer mcntli.
Wrlte for Illu'Tatert 1 ookl't Addre" until tun"
I IIKltIOTON MILLi. iianager. the Grafton
Ua-hlnaton D C
The International Tourist Go.
or nl TRANT' NTK AM TRNSP f
CIFIC STEAMSHIPS, applv arl UTmf ,
Failing n anj in ..v"' "-IV ww-vj K "If
rapports It J Neidllncer Manacr Marnj-tte
building Chictgo cpp. air Ttl Ctnt 12ZI
lake IIl,GO, wis.
TxMlIent cottaces ('o-nierlj private) and cen
eral dining bell "pen Jun- :i indlildualt or
lomlll-s HtTomnodatfd Jor vrccU or fea-on Oolt
r(hlnK nllriK lrnnli snlmm ng etc children
safe eer)wherc Secuie cottag-ro-mj earl) Can
arrixe tie daj ou len Et Lojls ror IMu
trated book nddree The Is'nnd lo . Osruwr wis.
S lir,COTT. M.
Allen Alnsllr Tdsrd It Orahcw P-oprietutt.
AMI.I. OI'K-V JIM1 14TH.
Oreath nnlnrged Tortj In-ivate filths All
the Lntest irrprmenents EierjthlnK New
Uorklt npubllr liu-cau
ftSro ilorr'o Bcardl"S and Day
utlOt iJtill O School for Glrla.
303 West 100th Stroot,
adjoining Rlvorsido Crtvo, Now York
IT jou Yi nmirpiln. (mutritlo. CUr,
Dlnrrhnrn. !) ncntrry. lUirnntiltlaiD,
(,nut, onrnleln, Inlittatlnn of the
Heart or Cruntiona cf the Skin, ak jou
druggist for nlplioBen, or 6end us XI for 11
ounce boi!l ?nt prfpald, eu a ranted to re
II or mono refunded Decrtptie book free.
SDlpbra rbrmlnl fo , MM Wire SL, SUUal.. it
MAY 28 AND .
Fresh Air Mission Benefit
Flm tlm on any ttAgf, th- new political drama,
by II W C Mock, Eiq , of St. Loula.
Prccnttd by Mr Guy Undly. hli pupils and
Meral proressional actcrs Satn 7Zc. 0c "c
On al at OlymDtc Tlwatre on and alter Thurs
day. May S.
I THE 1
I HOME OF I
I FOLLY. I
AL,. REEVE'S big
For the above new
stv le Iron and Brass
P. J. FARRINGTOW. Secv.
902-904-906 FRAftKUtt AVE.
tie ssrsrj k - tfatr
GGiGV The only PoottlTB Cnre for I.lqnor IJrlwLlns, Morphlno nnd othtrjffcf-C'-
L. i cottc Jrnj Ulnff, enrnathenln. Tobacco and Ctffaretto sftdletlaa.
. Jt,- CORBISro5DtTlTD COO.TiTIflS COiriEIWHL.
XI Iw X33L J- JZ. XSXJ&J.rU'Ji29 Plijnlolan and MmmeT.
n Trft-t tar Tkae tad
o m York
STGP-OVZH AT WASHINGTON,
3 Daily Trains.
Sixth an"! Ohe ard Union Station.
Slst Boulevard and Ukt Sbcrr.
Is the finest summer and winter hotel ob
the Great lakes for families, tourists and
transient cust5. Has nearly a 1000 feet
broad veranda Built of tone and
pressed brick 4W large rooms Allout
ntde No courts Furnished throughout
in mahogany 223 private hath rooms.
Just 10 minutes by Illinois Central Ex
pre from the shopping and theatre dis
trict of the c ty. Cool in summer, away
from the city dust, noie and smoke.
Coif, tennis boating and fishing.
Send for Handsome New
Op h Ob u'lfs
THE BIG PLACE
OPENS TO-DAY, SUNDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 18.
HOPKINS' AMUSEMENT CO.
Attrnctlonn nanrnntpcil to be Ei
cluniir nt IMRhlnnrlN.
rirst find Only Appearance in St.
JAMES J. CORBETT
In his Inimitable Monologue The Big
VaudeUIle Feature in New ToTk
IIICKE1 AMI NDLSON,
And Her Plckanlnnieo
IU1BS AND HCALY,
The Ctrruo HHer and the Rinfrmaater.
Sinsers and Dancer
11111.1 AND HASSAN.
The Greatest Gymnastic Act in Vaude-
cw anil Elnborate Scenery on
Tirc SIiotvh Dal);, Rain nr Shine.
MATINEE 3 p. m. Eventnara, 8i3U.
Admission to Pavilion, iOe and
In.nfd Setti ru ttntti la Ktiui U Ike
l-C,wM Every Evening at 8:15.
V-JJL-lZ-i'rN. Mats., Sat. ana Sun. at 3.
ROYAL ITALIAN BAND.
GIUSSEPPE CREATORE, Conductor.
PRICES 25c and 50c. SEATS AT BOLLMAN'S.
Finest Line of Brass
Beds In St. Loals.
Buys this elejrsnt bed.
the finest money and
brains can produce".
$4.98 AND UP-
B. M. CORNWALL. Tros.
Oor-n Till IO
- JTTa'nP' &znr jiv r.m'iiM.
JhorattoU. J ttl lwcdliUact!ep)ra. Ii4Il 1U
BKOiDlfll HD G30 STREET, Eff TOSS CIH.
. ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF. .
Cir client Cniin- 31mlern
Efficient Sert Ice KxcInlTe
Cxtenalic Library Aceentlble
Orchestral Concerts Eery Evening,
All Car Pniin the Empire.
Frnm O'n-d rnt"! ctitl'n tak cars marked
Ilroafiwnj and Tth ave Sxen minute to Empire
1 On rro-inc ar cf tl ferries take the 9th
Axenue U'e ifd Rntlna to S2th st , from whica
1 it 1! -r m'nu ! xalk to hotel
Send for descrlrtlie Bo klet
W JOHNSON QU1NN" Preprleto-.
WIU-IAM F HOMES H J IMEKVEITH.
fTATlWmTT IN 1f4t
MISSOLRI VTATK MUTLAk. KIRi: AP
MAIIIM. INSUUACC C03IPANV.
Oincc No. 71 cnetaut bu. tiu Lputua Mo.
Ttl. JJell Main nil A. Til lun.ocb, A UM.
PoUc.i aj written on ithcr atowk or mutual laa
Henrr C Haantlck. J P- C. Lmcxa.
M H Orthweln. I) D Walkar.
AUKUstus Neddirhut. Ji. W. BelL
Wm f. Homes
Do You Ever
stop to consider the
present efficiency of the
camoared with what It
was before the- -POSTAL' ' A
entered the field?
y-1 " m "
ON THE HILL.
SURPRISE TO OUR PATRONS!
The World's Latet Sensation.
FLIPFL.AI CENTUIFtGl. RAIL-
Now the Learllnrr Amusement reaturo
in the biB EaFtern Cities and
Gome and Loop ihe Loop.
Ilenntllal etv PaTlIlon.
llnof Garden on Top.
ew rictollnl Attrnctloni In the
LnrReat Covered Area In the
Protection AKBlnat the Element.
Concerts in the Rrounds by the Or
chestra before and after every
25c. Risorvod Seats, 50c.
omtf if tit ttirit I 111. I. E,. sutn laa Oltrf.
A. A. SELKIRK GL CO.,
Auction and Storage
R-ruIar Ml verr "lturrtay at warhou ttO
rfnral office 1C 15 li Oiooin ave Riles b
f rt4ence a t.ialt Pton ICtnloch C 1H.
ttrtmitrmmi a AWiiAll.i
I PsmU'I Gsst Hjinar'r, 714 and 718 Waihlntrtc ,
.Te Auction rmls if flac mtrchaadUfc 1
I at-h ror p-ial notl
A A. SHLITITtl-;. Auctl0"el
1808-10-12 GHOUTEAU AVE.
REGULAR SATURDAY SALE
At our ralesroomi evtrrr Saunlay mcrnins at
10 20 o'clock In the wctkly mIm v. dispose ty
lmmfnsq quantities cf rurriture Carptj. Htov
and oilier mic.Ilanous coods ard articles. Om
location Is central and tho attendance at buyer
A. A. SELKIRK& CO.
Last wecfe e the season, begin,
ning to-morrow, Monday, and end
ing Sunday night? May 25.
HOMER LIND & CO..
The PopuUr Barytr. suppened by hi. awl
rnmDiuiv- -will rjrc.rt for th first tim in thli
cttv an orxratic drama b Ulanl llolconibo anc
Julian EJnards entitled "Grtoablrt, the StrMI
EDWARD M. FAVOR
AND EDITH SINCLAIR,
In a New Comedietta In the lattT. "Ocaart
A. 0. DUNCAN,
The Torulnr Ventrlloqnlal Comediaa.
THE SIX BLACKBIRDS,
TheT Latest Conceit of th Darktowa Four Hub I
LPcpular Sinw and Dancers New tilt. "Sbtr
Y lock Ilolmce. Jr."
JAMES H. CULLEN,
Favorlto Parody Slnirer and MonotoiM.
ARMSTRONG AND CASSEDY.
Introdacloe: a Unir Musical Ccraedy.
WILLIAM JEROME MILLS.
Tho Abaent-MInded Ctestmaer' lilltninrf
MITCHELL AND LOVE,
Elnclnc and Talking Oamedlans.
LEN0RE AND ST. CLAIR,
ReSned Comedy Sketch. Artlsti.
With a Dozen New Motion Pictures.
I5c 25c 30c
Orchestra Chairs. fflf
Reserved In Advance-'"'
AND ' ?
Cor. Grand and Iicledc Aves.
SEVEN DAYS, II nil ID
(b Fnlirelj Tew aid
Mart limit ! and
200-SHETLAND PONIES -200:
150 -CLEVER DOGS -ISO
150 -FUNNY MONKEYS-ISO
50 - oras of luurcrm muais - so ;
2 -ELEVATED STAGES -2
Tlie Marvelous, DarltiR
8-CORNELLA FAMILY -8
First Time Under CanTas, of
The Sensational Cycle Whirl.
Two Performances Daily Bain or Shine.
Afternoons at 2. Evenings at 8.
J Arliiltt 23c: Children 15c I
IQmlSSIOIl Afternoon arts. t
Grand Street Parade SoWSU i!
show Grounds. Grand nnd Laclcile Ares. )
THE niJALTirilt FA3HLY IlESORT. '
Str. CITY OF PROVIDENCE
From Olive Street at 0.30 A.M. and 2 JO P.M. jfl
Round Trip 25c, Children Half Price
FIXE BOAT-FINE MUSIC-FINE SERVICE.
its:. HID ftARtlFN
hmnii nniivtiii vD
II OPENS THIS 11
... m ,w lFTERNOMf
anil Original rentnrea Than Ever t i
Smllie Railway. Inner nice I Ci
In the Cottage.
Old Mill Wheel.
The New Midway
Band Concerts Fre Each Afternoon at 2 JZi and fi
T-k..l- ... B TA T.Vn Anv fr T.l il
XJ.CillUK . . .. s --- .
CENTURT. FRIDAY EXXINO. MAT IS.
Two Saturdar ilatine-llaj- 17, St
The nw ehlliiren'ii plar, 'or th bnflt of, the)
Martha rairons Frrc Hojplt.il for Children, un
der th" direction of Mr. Jacob Mahler.
Tickets 50 cent. Iteserved sat9 30 ccnta ex.
tra. On talo at th. theater.
CONCERT IT THE COTTAGE
BY SEYMOUR'S BAND. .-
EVERT EVEXIN'O. RAIN' OR ElffifH. j
ST. LOUIS vs.
Bam Starts at 3:30 P.JH:!. .
,J,S;.fc.sf.j$ji5 itZ taa-ifeAaSS5
H-. k, ..tIv-Ji
f,7, VI r!iaiA