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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MAY IS, 1902.
LAUNDRIES WILL OUT
AGENTS' COMMISSIONS
OSSIBLE FOR OTHER STORES TO MEET OUR PRICES !
,
W'
I"
branch Kopresentam Have IJeen
Notified f a Five I'd Cent
, Ilednt'tioii.
flEW SCALE BEGINS TO-MORROW
Apt'iil'. Pay Abolition of Brani'liefe
I Lnnndn men's Object llv-
port Tliat Kival Oonipam
Will P.e Formed.
Afier having raided the price of laundrv
the local washing nnl ironing trust Ins
now taken steps o plav iteir exclusively
between th wa-htub anil tlie uublli
The hundred" of branch agenis. nhn hue
heretofore been doing a p'oiitnble luisim i
have ben notified thit, bediming Moiu'iv
their commissions will be redmed from
!i to 91 per cent. Agents snv this means
that the small ngert who handles en lit
tie laundrj business v 11! ha to pc up
the enterprise altogether
A report was current vestcrdnv to the
effect that the agents will form an organiza
tion and cmploj the same tictu n light
ing the laundrj trun as the butche-- n"e
using In opposing the Beef Trust nameh
to form an aociit'on and rstablisli .1
laundrj of their own Aso its inK rvi-w.U
Jesterdav did not confirm this rejio-t Tnej
refused to commit themselves on tin. "tib
Jict, Among the laundries who hae decided to
reduce the commissions of their agents are
the C A. C Companv tlie Grand Lnundrv
Company. Ideal Laund j fnmpanv IVo
ple'H L-iundrj Compaiu I n'on l.iui d'j
Company Pcerle-w Laundrv and I'arish m
Liundrv Companv The latter concern
lias no agents, but it has agreed to follov
the uniform scale, in the event that it
should employ them
Th branch agents claim that thev handle
two-thirds of the launury ousini s d ie n
the city, and thit 2T per cent Lommi n
is little enough competition
"The laundries are trvlnR to do rwav
with the branch .lgents nd an agent
"The erm to think that wi'h th, r v.a
na they can do the wo-k we a . ioi s In
thl the are mistaken for there is r-u
ddl of laundrv trade In the cii that tan
not be handled bj wagon
'When the prict of laundrv was raiej
two weeks ago we had trouble It retaining
our patrons Nov the laundries havt un
tertaken to rcpav us for our service by cut
ting down our commission '
DEPUTIES REFUSE TO SERVE.
Itcnicniil or Marluil 4nmt '.mim1
Delny in Toxas Court.
HEPCnlJC SPECIAI
G'aheston Tex. Ma 1" The Dputj
United btate Jlarhalb filng under Do
tor John Grant have rfi.a to fcre pa
licrs isfiUfd lt the clerk ol th court a"
the have ben aUiieil that in the remmai
of Door John Grant as I nited State Mar
filial of thli district, thcl authorlts to act
lie deputies was alo taken away
This beins the caf-e th entire 'Bittern
District of Tesa has bee) without an iv
-cutlre officer since the removal of Doctor
Grant. In ca.e of a libel filed ngaint a
ee! at Galveston In the p'cent fine
there v.ould be no officer to riti it on the
iesel At Beaumont where ther i' to be
ii secslon of the court June 2 a numb-r of
jiapero hate been made out In the cle-k
which should be nerved at once but whicn
the Deput Marshals refut to ere
Home hold thit In caj cr thl kind ths
Jtidue.hai authority to -ippoln, a temponrj"
llar'lial. hut no Matrhat -2 been appoint
ed hv Judge Ilrxuit, and he .tdjou-nnl
court at Fhermnn a few dai'! ajro because
lie was unable to proceed without one
Teoclieri fir lliieon clionl.
itKrunur htciau
Macon. Mo. Ma 17 At the regular
meeting of the school board last n-ght the
JoliowlnK teachers were elected tor the
next term of school W 1 Jamison wis
again re-elected superintendent, for th
High School, 1'rofesi.or Ilenrj KinK of
AVHrrensburg. principal, 2I!ses Anna Pile
of Memphis, Alma 'W alker and Mabel Men
iile of Macon, assistants, teachers of In
termediate, primar and special depart
ments are Mrs. Ed I Williams Mrs I" L.
Pettlti Mrs Dempsej, Mi'Fes Mabel btonc
Gertrude Mnrpan, Ianra Nottincliam, Ida
S'errielees Paula Gr.ne" lo l-olson and
Emma Hcckensmlth Misses Ada Kim
trough. Ida Jones and Eugenia Jickson
were chon as the assistants in tilt Du
mas School.
Ilnone rnnnii Tenrliers Iiislltulc.
ItM'l BI.K' fef'KCIAU
Columbia. Mo. Ma IT The Boone Coun
tj Board of Education consisting of It II
tmberson. superintendent of the Columbia
public schools, E S 1'atte-son counn su
perlntendent and IX M Carter of Halls
llle have arranged for the holding of the
next count teachers' institute in the hall
of ths Columbia High beliool, June 1C
next.
Exonsioi to iinn inn riie em-
plores of the St. IaiuIs House-FurnUiiIrs
Companj will ghe an excursion to Itecl
Bud 111 Ma 2Z The hae churtertd a
special train of fifteen coaches
DANDE
Grew
this
Hair.
VIMNCK8 MARIE KNOWLTOM
A8E24M0NTHS
HERE IS POSITIVE PROOF
Ttikttbsarowth of the Hair Can
M imiMneafi fop the-Batter.
Eren when absolntely hcalthy'Ta begin Trttb,
It can Be ssus to rrow mucn iasie
than II ton normajiy.
Tha fC&srte bhotovtaoh of MIm FranfT Maria
Enowlton .how. what care, perslstcncecd a
ooo hht jnTaroTsnur tonic win an in tft j
?. -1 - .. -1 ht. ,i..ia .i.i .jit
Ol piUUUBUAb " AUia 11U1U Kill u&a
PaliauluB applied to her hilr and scalD i
larly snr sloas she was three months of :
with Kw rfaB Hut she now has the longest al
Boat beaoulal Bead el hair ever pocssed on
eJuHotMrace. Fiance Marie Is the daughir
of Dr. E. w. Knowltoa. esse south Park AveA
Chicien. tub doctor sar. that her hair is irow.
tot mncb bater than she Is and bo Is snro it will J
be tosf enoufb.to touch the floor when Ehal
nn. sroc uj ui uud kut? uiuutiuib uiu.
If MTMMffE CVERTfeOOT.
to show how onlekly Danderina
acta. The KnowitonDandejine Go-
Mj!M,wtB
enc a MreeiamDlofree trr return
MMK
wBoeaMsos this adjertuctaant ,
IT I
S FOLLY FOR THEM TO TRY.
Will soon bs a thing of the past. 'Tis no false
alarm no guesswork, but a positive fact. Store for
rent fixtures for sale. To-morrow is the day to buy.
McCall's Latest Bazaar Patterns.
SI.50 Etack Tah'sta Silk, yard wide, 85c.
Mft i.nrd War, "-afr.la sni, full M Or,,,
m h" wid regular Ji SO quality ... OU
$1.00 SiA Crsa: ds China. 49c.
1 2V. rarrlf M k "rep' d Chine la narly
even cU Jl ?udHr a lcnc AQr
iOa and 12 J: C Organdies, D'nvfies, ai 5c.
2 -O jardp o-parJl r tittles. I-rttcs and
batitrs i-m ti'ul nttrns reul-r C.
15c and 2Gc imparted Fash Goods. 7JC.
3 w ari flnT import Ml Tah OocmIf In ba
tut" nit irenmlto and ls.wn 7T-.r
rputar prtr 1" and 3) pr ard i-u
I5c 2nd I8c Vhhe Go:rfs, 5c.
5i ard Win p fx d In India linen du U
iie nrj-arle writ V K rpnlar pTi" uph
to ir "r vml oj c ioi- for "
I5c Zephyr Girgrzms, VAc.
. - r -,- c --, . . - -
1 Si -(! , ph Otrpiaroe Z2 icrhes Triie
in I niru -r r vular p-ce 7i p
1 ar! nm a ' -
SI OD and $1.25 Tab'e linen;. 695-
C Tds Rifa'-'i'il -aln DsmasU Tlble
I. nn "; jp he nM regular prIc tjn.
SI f) nrl li: p-r j-ara 3C
I8C Bath TetcIs, 9c.
! A izn Turkish Bath Towel", extra haw
2 " Jif' S?.bv.?.h,,c,h,r., RC
65c Bid Sheets, 42c.
fM it'en, hd r.d e0!0 hmne3 and ready
to-u't sue 81 bj n) lepilar i0
prlre CJ eaeii . . fill
6 c Sea Island Muslin, 3'ic.
1 Ai i-d fja Island I nWcachd Mul'n full
qua'IM at OC
$20.00 cad $22.50 Pom Rugs, $10.0).
r-urec Rin Ilup s'z Q by 12 feet of
1 quai n Hniseis beauttiul Datternirt nn
rtRTJl-
Jl- !2rt0 and J.-2 5' qualltj $IUiUU
U 50c Linsi Warp Jap Harhg. 19c
1J -j11 ht J. n'n arp Jap iiattlny all ca--pet
de.isno rejjulnr 50c in
quaU' at ISC
SB.00 and S10.00 Tapestry Portieres, S3.9B.
O ini n t-a tin" Jl'rWifl P'lt Tnp?try
Po-tir ir hantome J"lrne recular nrlce
t'0 ant "00 innr CO no
holr f r . 00.30
B Si50 Fs?3 pBrfet, 7gc,
r?e5?? S:"T I'trTV, comb,na" 79c
$3.00 zrd $3.50 Lacs LWns $1,49.
2W pairs I-ace Cu-tfllns 3'j yards Ion?: and up
i nctes wile rjo..a j nee $3f-i Ol n
a id 13!) a fsir jojr e otr" per pilr vliHU
AND
Wiirnui E
. Adam-,
ill v
Wlilp in
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W ITSVm) m3r Ml )( Mwmti
' &k ISIjiSI ia'ff H & mm '" ' m mffr' m ' T tubs.
I &bk 'lSwlMSA W.1 MmTDntFUTHAI ffmi l F1"1 pahanized
i HiA &e5'SOiK','jnaiii,HBB.! Hfl'iP rT """'"" fifc lrT77 iron (iarg -lzes) lre Clo'h. bi
tMSiSyii'Mjil JmrG LEHMAN Yh-n W-mhTui-.were the roll aiA
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IIP. ASD SIRS WILLIAM E ADAMS
ABams, who Is sick and occupies an imalld chair, shot his wife, in a fit of Jealou", jes-
tcrda Her wound probably will proie fatal.
While Feated In an invalid's chair, "Wil
Hcm E. Adams of Ko 319 Carroll street,
formerlj n clerk In the Election Commis
sioners office, shot three times at his wife,
Nellie Adams, and one of the bullets from
his retoher. which took effect In the abdo
men, may cause her death The shootins
took place at S o'clock jesterdaj morning
llrs Adams i at the City Ho-pltal. Her
husband Is under arrest.
About two years ago Adams suffered an
attack of locomotor ataxia, since which
time he has been compelled to use an in
land's chair By reading horoscopes he
earned enough money to pay for his food,
clothing and medicine. Mrs Adams took
In boarders Among her guests was Henry
Smith. The quarrel resulting in the shoot
PHI BDTA KAPPA ELECTION.
Stmlcuts A lin Hnie A tin tppclnl Hon
rH for Ilnril Stud nt Colnmbiu.
F.nPFBLIC SPECIAL.
Columbia. Mo, May 17 The Missouri
Ur.ii. ersity Chapter of the Phi Beta Kappa
fraternity elected Its honor students today-
The chapter was onlv recently estab
lished here and this Is its first annunl elec
tion, those honored being chosen for haIng
received the highest grades of any of the
members
They were Richard H. Jsse, Jr , a son of
Doctor It. H. Jesse, president of the Uni
versity: Milton M. Dearing of Columbia;
Oliver G. Shumard of RIdgewav. Mo : Olla
H Moore of Columbia and Benjamin F.
W ilhite of Barry. Mo.
The object of the Phi Beta. Kappa, which
is a Greek letter fraternity, is strictly to
promote hard stuoy amors college students
and Its members are chosen for scholastic
ability alone. The annual election of esxh
chapter Is for the purpose of making pub
lie the names of Its members among the
graduating academics who have attained
the highest grades.
ItORTH MISSOURI ACDESrr CLASS.
Seventeen AMII Graduate at SnIUbnry
Uec'ncudaj, Hay SI.
EEPnBLIC SPECIAL.
Salisbury, lo., ilay 17 The cMntnenee-
icnt exercises at tnc .worm .Missouri Acaa-
ly. fcatisnury. Mo., will be held nt the
-Mail Here -oa weonesoa.y ereninay
ariipt' OnwnQ
3 for $1.00
Iid!s' Muil'n Mpht Gown, square cr Mch np'k.
with t of fnbroldrj turks V'f
ai 1 ruffle th- 50c kind now
W hlte Fktrt? dep flouncf 2 row tac
ln't'tion rd lac- ruffe 75 kind now
Chmie nlth jcke of cnbroldri OCp
rAo kind now
Whit" "SklMB Svin-h Irdra linn flinn"e 3 rows
luce Insertion m" to match clutfrs ? fln
of tuck crd duM n-ffe II 5i klrd CIUU
rcret Coaptf nne cambric trimmpd with lace
insertion nnwtncnd tucK and !.
r iffle" 3- kind now
T
Rv'dlnr and OortletlH
Rpldlnr' R-fl CQ-tl
ji jas &pnmc c--
llk 3C
rlll lWttinholj
Twl v
25s Hesisry, SOo,
Ladlra real maco fan 1 lack double 80l ntra
hlch fpllced hl and to1 La4)e lce pat'ens
ef farc figured 11-I tlnlhed noy hJ bi
cvcl rlbbeM we and rhl dren real li-.lt
nhbed iinum Knee siz h to 1ft
greatest taipiln" e cr cfered
25s Ladies' drawers,
I2e.
Jerv rlbbd blfached, umbrella Mvle French
urtll sold
urtll sold .... I -u
Ladies9 High and Low
Shoss, 25c.
nabl Loir Phcef V-cI kid patent tip ICa
Elzes 3 to 6 fcrmer price tv-j, now. iwU
Ladies Ehoe? 5 err
conjre with patnt
leather tip Pliee 4 to 8
former price JQ
now . ... Ti
Ladle" 81lpprn V 1 c I
kid strap with bow:
and buckle sixes 3 to 3
femer p-lce CQn
Jl 23 now . . U3U
Boy Shoe Casco and
Hoi calf extension of
solid wearers sizes 2 to
GH farm-r price QQ
XI L9 now 0.w
ladles' Shoes ririt tc kid patent leathei
tip up to-datp Bhiie Ktoe fitting pi CQ
fc.Te" price 13 W mw OliOu
Men s Shoe Oooi aUln a-d conpre tip anl
plain to frrmer nc
trice $1 7 row 30S
ladles nre Vici kid patent leahr nrd kid
tip 6llb shar" 2C3 3 to QDn
former pr!c XI SO nou 031
Mens Slipper- "Velvet errbroPred n1 imltitfo-i
all'frator former j(7a
price 7-c now . . , .fC
TORMRRM'
A CHAIR SHOOTS
RfOUSLY INJURtS WfF
a rovnipi- Clpik in ilio Eloetion rommi'-sioiiprs' Of
a JtaIou I'as-ion. Fires Tlnce Tinii-s at JIis.
dnnif One Hullet Takes Effect Pi in
cijial Aie at ''itj Hospital.
c-
7
ing of Mrs Adams yesterday is said to
have been caused by her husband s dis
like for Smith
Yesterday morning, while in conversation
with his wife In the kitchen of their home,
Smith's name was mentioned A quarrel
followed Adnms drew a reoler and fired
at hip wife The flrnt bullet mUssed her
So did the second, but the third entered her
abdomen
Policeman Bickerton or the Third Dis
trict arrested Adams On account of his
Shjslcal ailments he also was sent to the
ospital.
The stories told by Adams and his wife
differ. She maintains the shooting was.
prompted b Jealousi. Adams states that
bis wife has lately been abusing him, and
has on many occasions denied him food,
and that to procure the necessities of life
tie lenm.ll hnW tn ..nil rtmifrtn n.r4 ......
able to earn irom 25 to JO cents a day.
address will be delivered by the Reverend
T. P. Stafford.
The nineteen students who will be grad
uated are: Mi's alary olive Lea. Miss
Anna Brooke Robinson, Justin Stanley Kun
and George Melvln Prescott. In the liter
ary class: Miss Elizabeth Bliss Bradley.
Miss Grace Juanlta Garhart, Miss Mabel
Cordell Tate. Frank Xoland Chrane and
Andrew Jackson West. In the business
class; Miss Elizabeth Bliss Bradley and
Frank Nolan d Chrane In the stenography
class; and Miss Elizabeth Bliss Bradley.
Miss Mabel Cordell Tate. Frank Noland
Chrane. Justin Stanley. Kun. George Mel
vln Prescott and Andrew Jackson AY est in
the typewriting claes
COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL CLOSES.
Diplomas Presented to Twenty-Five
Graduate nt Commencement.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Columbia, Mo.. May 17 The annual com
mencement of the Columbia High School
was heli here last night In the auditorium
of Stephens College. The graduating class
numbered twenty-five. :Mlss Nellie Gordon
was valedictorian, and the subject of her
essay was, "If We Only Had Our
Ruthers'" The salutatory was delivered
by Mies Anna Aandlver. whose subject was
"Beyond the Alps Ues Italy."
The class history was fllla with a num
ber of bright thin It was Riven hv
Mlie Martha Free. Joseph Lake fered as
class grumbler ana Leonard QuTtSr al
class .propneL The win ol the class wis
wrltten-and read br ari JTi-irSLr?
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filfffflFin TafRQSWL
CkV UKjbLt W-HU C iw jjJftKi
vBil
SB Net Skirts $3.45
Indies' Xe SKi't, cl
ratPl trimmed in atin
bon over drop Urt
of pun pla,is
S3
Ladle-' 510 CO Set SUrta flu
In? or flounce effect5 tlishh
trimmpd In suta trimminB
oor drop "Klrt of spun r as.
cr nnhb and C . Q
up to date
W"TI TU
Ividie-' J12 0 Box-plaited
Skirts. ic" litest effects In
handsome all wool materials.
beautlfulh stitched
strict man-tailored
S6.45
I-adies' $G00 S'eilian .Skirt,
graduated flounce, spl""
el'dlj lined and CO 7C
tlnished . uui I J
I adies' $12 On Taffeta Sl!k
Skirts, graduated flounce. erj
1 andsomelv corded, stlishly
tr!mmed vith PC QC
lubj r'hbon ODiOU
n tt ha.m vt v-ij4 et n
j in braid, fuil .Idh . ...ODb
KM 11 1 HklCTDW Monda the Prices are Cll de8P"
ei B te Bra E I1E Sb l er than ever. Everything must go
TRIMMED
HATS
Of e crj description Pattern
IIat nil made of the best of
rraterial and the Iatet crea
tions nono worth les thin JlOO,
and rram J10W and J12-"-take
cur choice of about
S0f Mondij at
$2.25
Notice No Mail Orders Filled or
v r
House- Furnishings
r and 1 quart Sauce Par
v orth I0i now
5 5c
JAPANESE
Two cases
kins, as long
Hm-
rcrlCX) at
SCREENS.
IN er thing
Screens mut
DINNER SETS.
Serol Po-celaln Dinner Sets,
containing 54 plecs, was $4.
Screen Door
with corner"
large enough
door worth 65c,
Slondaj at
gn at (onlj a limited
?.$2.29
number left)
nnj
DE ROGHAMBEAU AND
LAGRAVE ARRIVE
Former Will Tlejiresent Hi's Alices
tor in rmeiliiifr of Monnnient
to Fieneh Coiniunnder.
LAHER COMING TO ST. LOUIS.
He Is the French Gommissionei to
the Louisiana Purchase Expo
sition 1'retty Gifts for
Mr. and Mrs. Kooseelt.
1 RFPrnLlf PFn L
I New 1o-k May 17. The Count de Roeh
nmbeau who Is to represent his ancestor,
Gfjie-al Rochambeau, at the unveiling of
the monument erected in Washington, in
1 onor of the fpmous Trench commarder.
arrived to-daj on the Trench liner La
Tourain
The other members of the Trench missloa
accompany irg him are M Michel Lngrave,
Trench Cntimlssloner to the Louisiana Pur-
1 chase Exposition of St Louis, Vicomte de
I Chambrun, great g-an lson of the Marquis
de Lafayette. Jean Guillmin, third secre
tary to the Minister of Torelgn Affairs, 11
Delcasse Robert de Biilv, also nn attache
of the ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Fcr
nand Hamar, sculptor of the Rochambeau
statue.
Tlie Countes? de Rochambeau, the
Countess de Chambrun, Maurice Warner.
English secretary to General Rrugere, and
E Wellhoff. private Fecretarj to M. La
crave, accompanied the Trench envoys un
offlclallj
M. Jules Boeuffre, Chancellor of the
French EmU-n at Washington, and the
prime factor In the movement to erct a
monument to General Rochambeau In thi
country, with Major Low's secretary,
James B Reynolds welcomed the guests
heartily
EXPRESSES FnCE'S
GRAT1TIDE TO AMEBIC.
Count de Itochambeau sreeted Chancellor
Boeuffre very affectioratelv. The Count
expressed admiration for the manner In
which America has come to the relief of
the people of Martinique. "We heard of
It when the pilot boarded the ship," said
the Count. "Not only have you given mil
lions, but you have given them qulcklj and
epontaneouslj, I maj- snj. Everything in
America is big, and the hearts of Its peo
ple are no exception
"If anj thing had been needed to Increase
the affection ever existing in France for
America and Americans, this solicitude on
your part in our hour of trial would have
accomplished It. We shall add this evi
dence of your good will toward us to ths
many already given and will cherish the
memory of them forever."
BI. LAGRAVE WILL LE4.VE
FOR ST. LOUIS 3IA1 20.
M. Lagrave said that ne would remain
with the Rochambeau committee until after
the formal ceremonies, when he would
leave for St. Louis on a flying trip.
"I shall remain In New Tork until Tues
day next," said M. Legrave, "when the
committee will go to Washington. On
Thursday next we will be officially received
at the White House by President and Mrs.
Roosevelt. On Saturday the statue of
Rochambeau will be unveiled, after which
we will return to New Tork the Monday
fclll owing.
'1 expect to leave for St, Louis on M7
29, aj& remain In the World's lair City two
of throe nays Just time.enoufh to become
FORMERL1
Rosum-v
LffJMAN
nronIiTii mill rranklln Vu-nue.
S20 Silk Skirts S9.95
One lot of Pen J dc Soie and
Taffeta Silk Skirts, th cream
o" the stock, all elaboralei
fimmed n ruffle plaited
flounce . and quilled ribbon.
fia"i" or drop shirts others
llnd throughout with best
percale our OQ DC
choice at . - .dOiOu
C, "ft handsnmei trim- CO ir
med Sl'k taists at Oti I J
Jl "i laundered W aists
all -h id"1"
Jl CO Box-plaited and
Gibson Shirt V aists
29c
49c
tlTI White Ind'a
Liren Per-
69c
rale and D!mit
Waists
$2 00 White Inr'n I.lnen
l and Grass I inen
la,itlful' trimmed
, Dim
95o
Lawn
. 95c
693
$2 on Percale and
Wrappers stvHsh1
tr mn"ed
Jl 7) I'ercale 1 rappers
flounced skirts
3,000 HAT SHAPES,
B-ought down from the stock
room all nw good, neier ben
unpacked must be gotten anaj
with at Gite-AB" I'rices These
goo-ls consist of the finest Jap
Pra'd" Tuscan Braids and Cu
lan apd Willow Prald, not one
north less than $1 0-in two lots
Mcndaj- 39c and 48c
HAT TRIMMINGS.
A full assortment of Flowers.
Fancj Veilings. Pearl Orna
ments Fanej Pins etc . at
piled a"t i.allj astonishing Tou
will have to "e m"se gcou 10
arprechte thm Iemembr, the prices all
let? than half
Goods Exchanged in Millinery Dept
Must Go at
Any Price.
9c
12-cup Muffin Pans
IV altit
NAPKINS
Japanese Nap
a tnej "illn
pertaining to
go
Frames,
complete
for any
.33c
TOILET SETS.
101 r ne Rococo - Finished
Toilet Sets worth J2M etch.
" indow Screens.
m"ustabeto On
our choice Mon
da for
window
Ilussla Iron
wo"h $175,
now
ADVANCED IDEAS IN HOME
The Blue Front is full of them. Ecrv visitor is amazed at the newness and brightness of the big
stock of beautiful Furniture and Carpets, while our reliable old Credit System gives satisfaction
to all. The only thing about our business that has not advanced is price that's lower than ever.
PIRLOR SUITS.
A 3-picce suit, handsome,
fine finish, from
19.50
W Ip
Endle-,s "nricty, rubber
tires, best snnnirs, all
colar parasols, nothing
Ret made, easiest working,
finish tables wc ever Q
offered w
but low CfG
prices UVi ff.l.
mm rugs.
Tlie one von want is here; grandest
collection of beautiful pat- 5! 1.50
terns and lovelr color?.
I p.
GKRPETS. C.RPETS.
That put light in the eves of home -
Patterns the best, colors the brightest,
riety the largest. our choice, made,
and' laid,
52.00 Down; Sl.00 a Week.
I shall then return to this city, and sail
with mv party for home on June Z
"I shall return to St Louis next vear for
an extended stay, covering probably three
or four month-posslbly longer It all de
pends upon the progress of events."
ITTS? TOR PRESIDENT'S
WIFE AMI I)LGIlrEIt.
Th Rochambeau party brought as n gift
to Mrs and Ml9 Roosevelt sevres porce
lains They are from President Loubet.
Airs. Roosevelt's token is a beautiful center
piece, which was awarded the Grand Prix
ft the Paris Exposition in 1W0, and that to
Miss Alice Is a tea Rervlce.
M. Fc-nand Hamar, the creator of the
Rochambeau statue, who Is with the party,
Is a dear-mute. K years old.
The party Is quartered at the Waldorf
Astoria Hotl. v here they will remain un
til Tuedaj morning .when thej leave to
meet the ret of the French envoys coming
on the French warship Giulois.
STAT! E TO BE UNVEILED
OX SVTLRDVi SHIT.
Two nations will pav honor on Saturday
next to the memory of Comte de Rocham
beau. Commander-in-Chief of the Trench
forces In America during the Revolutionary
War. To the stirring strains of the "Marseil
laise," rendered by the United States Ma
rine Band, the Comte de Rochambeau will
let loose the shroud which covers, the bronze
figure of his ancestor, and then the Presi
dent of the United States, the Ambassador
of France and other distinguished officials
will tell of the deeds of the gallant French
man who fouzht so ably and well In the
cause Of American liberty.
3Iay 24. 1S03, will be a day memorable In
the relations of the United 8tate and
France, for It will witness an expression on
the part of cne of the gratitude it feels fa
assistance generously given by the other.
The memorial which will be dedicated on
that day Is a striking proof of American
appreciation.
IMPORT ATiT EVEXTS ,
9BSCBUBEI OX STATUTKTv j ,.T22
WILL SOON CLOSE ITS DIORS.
The way that new, seasonable goads are bsinj: slaughtered is a
caution. Thousatrds upon thousands of dollars' worth of choicest
merchandise goingat20c to 50c on the dollar. Come to-morrow.
S2s essgss sr UMBRELLAS AT 25c.
1 Those Bsaafy Pins i
ii . KM
5 12 for 5c. a
' Tccu'.and' of them selllrjc W
aa:i ui ininK ti 11 kqiq
tiated Ileautj Pil Jrt win fl
mrqio'sc omethrst ruh o- ftj
papphlre tore rranufacturM Kj
to 11 J for ic r M
iu can tin all im i Bf!
K o;j want at JS f
. "
r m && -ibssb.
RIBBUNO .
j. . A k
?BfM SK &&
Xo -i-inch, formerly 5c On
perard now "
i - ii ir,ni, fnmerlr Go 11 n
No ,-m-lnc'i lo'meriv t VfC
pcriard now -S
Xo l1 inch forme-Is .c "In
VZ ClnT former,
?c nov "
Vo IS 2'ineh formerlj Cn
l'c now " ""
No S-3-lneh formerlj gn
uc n7r., i ,,., i....e Gio.cs. !.,,, '
17) dozen Ladies black real Lisle Glove",
v ith two clasps and mbro!dred ICp
back 3Jc n.nd now lUb
Men's sod M!N'S and B0YS' CL0THING
GOING
Boys' Hats.
Prices Almost Half.
Boys' Suits.
no. FOR HOTS- J150
30. DOUBLE
BHEASTED SUITS
00 FOP BOT"' JJ
Ol.iJu DOUBLE
BBF STED PAILOIt
AM VESTEE SLITS
f 7C FOU BOTS U
SI. I 3 ALItOOL
DOl BLE 1IBEASTED
-AIIJ3U AND VESTEE
hi ITb
Mn noji and Chll
dren JIat at half
Fine- Straw Hat- Bnv
and Children . lm
mens arlet OCr
icrth 5V now
Bo Fedora parl
faw cedar and black,
XI 25 jrd JItt 7 r
IIat for I v
?0 OC FOP. BOYS'
O.ZU ALIWOOL
riOI'BLE-BItEASTED
birrs
Mens Hats stiff or "oft
Feasonftble snanH aril
colw actual 53 l Cn
alje. now . yl.UJ
MEN'S AND
CO y!R "or Toang Men's Fancy
,40 Chelot fcult, former price
$-e0
$A SO for Toung Men's Handsome
u'r.JO Caosijrere Suits. former
pric- n)to
CC Q3 for Tounc Aien's erv fine
ilU-Oa suits iatt stvl.s and fab
ties fcm.r cre. Jir 50
CQ 7h fr Toi.ng Mens Finest
0'N Suits coret tles elegant-
i made, form'r prices SIS 00 and
J17 30
Mail Orders
(rfomjaniril by rab or
nicnej oriltrnillhcfillfd
anlsnsasHifSiixiskwt,
and ir will nut irniar mil
fcf retnrnrd.
REFRIGERATORS
That meet every require
ment, economical, perfect
C.1.85
fp.
ufflvm
Xo finer stock
amlne tliemal,c.
! styles note tbebeautl- A.ti
, fill colors
BEDROOM SUITS.
Artistic designs, fhie workmanship,
high piano polish, hand CfO.50 S
512-F,
S caned
P t
iMulljhMA
lovers.
va
lined
liberty tj plfled by a woman, protectli g,
with drawn sword, the young American
eagle, and the Tranco-Amerlca alliance,
which enabled the struggling colonies to be
come an independent entity, which is de
picted bj the Trench and American flags
gracefully intertwined
Rochambeau's figure will face the White
House, in which lives the chief of the na
tion whose birth he aided In accomplishing.
It has been'placed In he southwest corner
of Lafayette Park. In the southeast corner
is the figure of Lafayette, the gallant young
Trenchman who left his bride to fight for
th liberty of a struggling people. On a
mounted charger In the center of the nark
Is Jackson, who at New Orleans inflicted
upon the British under Pakenham such a
serious defeat.
CANDIDATES AT WASHINGTON.
Indian Territory Patronage Will
Be Discussed With President.
r.EPrnLic special.
Vinlta. I. T.. May 17 William M. Mel
lett. Republican National Committeeman
from the Indian Territory, left for Wash
ington this morning, where he goes to pre?
his case for the appointment as United
States Attorney of the new Western dis
trict in the Indian Territory.
William II Darrough has also gone to
Washington to urge his claims with Presi
dent Roosevelt for Marshal for the North
ern district of the Indian Territory. Both
Mcllett and Darrough have the Indorsement
of the organizations of the Territory and
have made a home rule campaign ngaln3t
the Kansas people.
"Marie Twain" to Attend Exercises.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Columbia. Mo . May 17 It has been an
nounced that the Missouri humorist, "Masir.
Twain." will be In attendance upon the
commencement exercises of the Missouri
State University. He will receive the de
gree of LL D. at that time.
' i
.Delegates Are Selected vat Btarloa.
ItEPUBLICBPBClAIr-.'A wsfAssst
saa? walrus,
wood hardle OC
',"IT,"li T now S s
Silk with tl W
v. ... " . . . :
V's like cut inciua-
'"S-S"."" anU ""f1
? V, . m HKP
"r-lla for 001.
Cftn llthtmrr fi.
Juu HOInlllg UQIISa
ior 3C.
llm ,mport,rt r.,, mlifM
" "t. ti-s-i vu xik- ij mr fw IMU1
' ' fin
$1.00 Hen's Shirts, 25c.
An a'sorted lot laundered and unlaundersd
I'ercale Shirts. White Shirts etc, some
'nl,n collars and cuffs attach-d or detached
scft front bosoms, broken sizes, 0rn
until old ont lour choice . ...ZuC
'8 White ShirtS, 3 ffOF $1.
17) dozen unlaumlered tthlte Shirt', re-
enforced botira". double back and all Im-
Proements. standard prtt.es QQIAn
- unt sola - - y3l
50c Men's Underwear Ibc.
10 cases plain or fancy Balbriggan Shirts
or Drawers, 3T.C value. ICp
until sold, vour choice.. loo
FAST.
(Q AC For Boys' J51
vu.-ru Ter tineft im
ported Scotch Che lot
and Catsimere Double
B'easted Norfolk and
Sailor Suits
Ef! ITaist. Bn Kap Ficlf
10. for Bo' 5c Fer
lOS cal VS'aljts
iC. for Bors' T3c Slad
HJC ras 'Wains all tms
seaaon s newest pat
terns JC. for BoyB' T3c Knee
Jl, I'ants strictl all
wool patent v astio
waistbands
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS.
Men fo- Mens Flie Cusimera
U3 and ChvIot Suits, former
price :10.CO . "
e CQ for Men's Oar Worsted
AD.D3 units, strictly atl wool ana
fast color, former price SIZaO.
00 for Men s flood. Durable
iJLZU Pants, in checks and strips
former price S3.0.
48
e i?r . ". trirej worsted
FORilERLr
toammi
ttmN
nroadn-nj- and FranLIIn Avenue-
FURNISHING
GASOLINE STOVES.
Absolutely safe, cost little CAR
to run, lowest prices, terms
VWil
WmL
Golden oak, beautifab '
anywhere; ex-
triumphs of the mak-,
see the bb OC
er' art.per- VO,B5.
-s
lect &ntsn...vTW
LINOLEUM.
AlTrnre InnTrc tp!V trpnrc liV ?n
ea;Uy wiped up ,deal floor qn.'
covering ffjOC
Piiiripc nnrl TftTiaTirWfkATnttirior 1JWa9K
"-- j .-...u -a IfVtV
-W t
CURED BT
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.
Cain lf jclvrn In G1j.mii off Abater, Te
or Coffee irlthnut PKtlent'A Knowledge -5
Wimp ItU.bon Re-nedr will cur or deiroi 1
whether the patient Is a cornrmrd Inebriate. &
a Hnnlar cnriiil drlnltpr r?r frunkrd Imnk 3
nible for any one to have an appetite ior alco
holic liquor after unlng Wblte Uibbon Jlcmedjt
Enlored lr Member of U. C T. V
Mrs aicore. PreBB iUDerintenaent or tne worn-
a A&A
i imm
I7K
THfirtSQB
II I Vv l ?
, 5 In .
-or- m i
tetet Ahlte Itlbbon Itemd on very ob-tlnate X 2
drunkards, and the cure have been many. In -Q i
nan; ca?t the Kerned was alven secretly. I & ?4 m
cneerfully rommend and endorse TMiite uiDbcn i
TirmHv Alftmrwra nt -rnir ITntrm an. riftlfftired
tn ftnrf n nrartKnl nnA eronnrnlcxll treatment tf 1
aid us In our temperance work f
Irt!prtsts or by mall tl Trial nackag free bv -I
Tcritlnr or calllnr on Mm. A. M. Tnirnnfrnl
for years Secretary nt the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union, "entnra. California), 3S1H
Tremont Mtreel. Ilotnn. Mmn. 3
Fold b) nil drugalt ard In St. Lmil by Jude
&. lioinn. bu uiire ana rrjurin anu uaifcei tat;
to-day and appointed delesates to the State. J Jp"!
ccncressionai anu scnaioriaii cui veimuuvt . fli i
and selected Saturdav. June 21. to hold the! JSj.nl
primary election for a. county ticket. Jj
TO ARRANGE FOR f)PE'IG-Kke Ja J
dies society of Altenhelm will iheet.-atl .''
xeuerKnuiz jzuii. n oukbu.) . j si
I M
u t
1
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