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THE KEPUBLIC: MONDAY. MAY 19, 1902.
Hew Spring Stocks ?i2
1 mmt immu. hotel 1
VIOLET DC PARMD TOILET 1VATEH
Regular price JL00 per bottle. Lindell price.,
PERFUMES We have purchased direct from a manufacturer a large lot of his fin
est Perfume3 la bulk standard odors. In this way ie pay nothing for name and
expensive package, hence we can put them up for ou In quantltj rtc.
is 3 on desire at. per ounce JC
Here la your chance to buy your supply for the summer.
Guaranteed to kill
Ants. Ifoachis, Ilugb,
etc Ter IQr
Only a small part of our big
bargain purchase still remains
These regular 75c all-bristle
solid-back Brushes we will
sell while thev Ofs
last at 1 4tLj
IF THE WEATHER
Prescription: A Sea Salt Bath. It Is wonderfully refreshing and will
put energy Into a "tramp." A biff u-lb. sack of Atlantic Sea Salt for...
In connection with this take a bottle of
tne uiooa it is maae especially ior us.
and we guarantee Its efllcacy. Per bottle
CDCPIflB Two-quart Fountain Syringe extra qualltj.
OrCulHL They are selling at a great rate at
Ital'nn OIle Oil Castile Soap.
In 4-lb. bars
Dalmatian Insect Powder.
Frank's Headache Powders,
JOSEPH F. FARISH.
ST LOUIS REPUBLIC DUILD1XG.
TEL. MAIN 3018. KINLOCU A (173.
Diamond. Watchea. Jawelrr. Guns & Pistols.
Lntit rats of lnterot.c6NFIIJK.Vl 1 VL
Globo Loan Office, 109 N. 6th St
n dunn's n
912-914 FRANKLIN AVE.
Xo Dream, AVe Got It,
The lrg-ct and niuit complete stock of unro
dctmot plriFrt In the cits, consisting of Dia
mond p. Gents and Ladles' watches. Jewelry and
Hires of all descriptions. Our stock was never
larfftr and prices ro low as at the present tlma.
W e h e made reductions In our Gents and la
dles Watches that amount to many dollars, be
cause we are determined to sell them. This Is an
pportunlty to procure a fine Waltbam. Hamp
den, nipln. FprlnRfleld or any other movement
for about the cot of manufacture. iv also t'a.ve
the largeyt stock of new and teeondhand clothing1
In t! e city; we are selling; flm-cla?s wearing ap
lmrel at prices unt'eanl of. Style, quality and at
uro up to date.
ETT & GO.,
607 PINE STREET.
3VEoxa.o37" to Zioan
OS PERSONAL PROPERTY.
UJUIEDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SALS.
I EKr.lI.d all.. Id
30 nLnntti villi
head, or no fes.
Ke fattlot required Stud So ttamp for Booklet.
VB.ll tihX BUITn;Sptillit,lu60.iT.St.,t.LnIi,Mo.
THE Repubile ! printad with rollers mid. by
C. W. CRUTSINGER. No II 13 B. Third at.
DON'T stand on the order of your going,
but no at once, this beautiful morning, to
tho Crawford Store!! Do -tour buying!!
Drink jour Ice-cream soda!! Eat jour lunch
and then be at peace with yourself and all
the world!! Go elsewhere and find yourself
in a perfect ferment!!
KNIGHTS OF FATHER MATHEYV.
To Give Entertainment at Sodality
Hall. Cook Avenue, Wednesday.
The Knights of rather Mathew, St. AI
phonsus Council, No. 18, 'Bill give a com
plimentary entertainment at Sodality Hall,
No. 3520 Cook Avenue. 'Wednesday evening,
the leading feature of which will be an ad
dress by the Reverend Father James K.
Coffey. The programme will begin at 7:55
There will be a piano solo by Joseph Fair
ley, tenor solo by James T. McAnuIty, a
recitation by Joseph M. Murphy and se
lections by the V. M. I. Mandolin Club.
Others who will participate are Mrs. Geo.
W. Thro, Jack Hubert Keller, Mrs. Thomas
May, D Milton Hanlfan, P. r. Cook and
We hereby desire to Inform our patrons
that we have severed our connection with
the Dclmar Garden. Instead of catering to
the public there this summer, we will de
Vote our entire attention to our downtown
establishment, corner Broadway and Elm
streeL Music will be continued in our up
stairs cafe until further notice.
TONY FAUST & SONS RESTAURANT
NO FURTHER INVESTIGATION.
Welfare Asociation Satisfied With
Conduct of House of Refuge.
At a. meeting of the Junior workers of
the People's Welfare Association, estcrday
afternoon, corner Eleventh and Locust
streets. It was decided that no further ac
tion would be taken regarding a proposed
Investigation of the House of Refuge, as
had been contemplated.
v Mrs. E. B. Kerr and Mrs. F. L. Goebel
Reported that they had visited the Institu
tion and found the condition and surround
ings of the Inmates to be of a satisfac
tory character. Doctor J. W. Caldwill, who
presided, stated that facilities to btart a
Sjmnaslum lor bojs had been offered to
tne association, without charge. C. F.
Paine is superintendent of the Junior work
ers. i After the meeting adjourned, Mrs. E. C.
Kelly addressed the brotherhood meeting
on religious topics. Another meetlrg will
be held to-night.
JAMES BURS DES1,0DET rollce-
man Greely of (he Central District je1?
terday morning found a man who gave his
name as James Burns in the Terminal
Railroad yards suffering from morphine
poisoning. He was taken to the City Hos
pital. His condition is not thought to be
serious. Burns says he has been out of
employment and yesterday grew despondent
and decided to end all his troubles.
of all the safe deposit box turn in SL Loob patronize The Missouri Safe
Deposit Vaults. Thb Company's business, however. Is not so large that
it cannot accommodate a few thousand more patronsand guarantee
courteous, efficient and satisfactory service. IF YOU WILL CALL WE
SHALL BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU WHY OUR BUSINESS IS LARGER
THAN OUR COMPETITORS wwmtrwmjrwww
The MISSOURI SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
EQUITABLE BLD&-CROUND FLOOR r SIXTH & LOCUST STS.
Toilet Water-, Ilath Towels and Brushes.
mobt complete lino in city cut prices on ail.
Regular 75c bottle3
(new spring stock).
IS WARM TRY OUR
our "Old Homestead Sarsaparllla" to purify
udult careiui supervision, ffc p hfi
Ane-rldad. Imported, regular
2 for 2jc, I.mdell prices 2 for .
id n ran-
La India, clar Havana (ltler and wrap
per. Six. HE- Uo
for fcvJLj of JO
Havana C f.
Wonders, 3 for. UG
quick and sure, f 0G and 2G
MYSTERY OF OTHER GLOVE
SOLVED IN TWO CASES.
One-.lrmcd Confederate Exchanges
cue-lean Article With One-Arincd
Washington, May 18 What becomes of
tbe other glove of tho one-armed man has
alwajs been a matter of speculation Two
of these have been discovered recent!
that of the sTgeant-nt-arms of the Senate,
Major Dan Ransdell of Indiana, and that bf
General Hooker, the one-armed Represen
tative from Mississippi Soon after Major
Ransdell's arrival in Washington to assuma
the dutlea of Marshal of the District un
der the Harrison administration, he was
walking on the avenue when General
Hooker approached from the opposite direc
tion. The gentlemen were strangers to
each other. The Representative from Mis
sissippi had Just purchased a new pair of
gloves. Being very quick to take In a sit
uation, the General saw that the stranger
had lost his rUht arm. The General was
carrying his useless left plove in his hand,
a habit, by the way. which he has had
from the time ho gave up his left nrm for
his country. Quick ns a flash. General
Hooker walked up to Major Ransuell and
introduced himself. They ehook hinds cor
dially, the one on officer of the Confederate
army and the other an officer of the Union
army. The Southern gentleman said a few
pleasant things and then gracefully offered
his "other glove" to Marshal Ransdcll He
Just as gracefully took It and the Incident
sealed a strong and lasting friendship.
Since then these two veterans of a cruel
war, who fought on opposite sides, have by
mutual agreement exchanged cloves and
whenever one bu a new pair he sends
"the other one" to his friend with tnn
VISITORS AT ST. LOUIS HOTELS.
Mr. and Mrs David Mack of New York
are stopping at the St Nicholas.
O. Ij. Goodman of Boston, Mass., is reg
istered at the Lindell.
Charles Markel of Sydney, Australia, Is
stepping at tho Planters
W. C. Hastr of Paragould, Arl: , ar
rived at the Southern yesterday.
L. E. Sheppard of Camden, N. J , hns
rooms nt the Laclede.
Charles H Henry of Cleveland, O , Is
registered at the St. NIchoHs.
A. B. Kellery of Plymouth, Mass., spent
yesterday at tlm Planters.
J. H. Hampson of Kansas City, Mo ,
arrived at the Southern yesterdav.
Mrs. Nettle Marx of Topeka, Kas , is a
guest at the Laclede.
H. B. Endlcon of Boston, Mass . has
rooms at the St. Nicholas
Mr. and Mra Geargs Mathews of Alton,
111 . are at the Lindell.
L. Relnhart of 1-,'ttle Rock, Ark . Is
stopping at the Planters.
C. H. Jackson of New York was among
jesterday's arrivals at the Southern.
J. W. Berford of Topeka, Kas., has
quarters at the Laclede.
Mr. and Mrs. H A Halllgan of Chicago,
III., aro at the St. Nicholas.
C. P. Kennedy of Mattoon. I!l , is stop
ping at the Lindell with Mrs Kennedy.
O. P. Gentry of Smlthville, Mo., arrived
at the Planters yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Thompson of New
York are guests at the Southern
R. J. Heath of Omaha, Neb , has rooms
at tho Lacl'de.
Randolph F. Slattery of Tampa, Fla , 13
stepping at the St. Nicholas
Charles Gay of St. Joseph, Mo , arrived
nt tho Lindell vesterday.
C. W. Smith of Smlthville. Mo, Is a
guest at the Planters.
Thomas James of St. James, Mo
quarters at the Southern.
George H. Shelton of Wa'h'ngton,
arrived at the Laclede csterdi.
If you use the famous "Koh-I-Noor" pen
cils once, ou will always use them.
LOOKING FOR "HER HUSBAND.
Jlrs. William K. Warner of Alpha,
Mrs. William K. Warner of Alpha, Ok ,
Is looking for her husband, who left home
about two months ago on account of his
health She has heard from him, but her
letters did not reach their destination. He
gave his address, "In care of Rogers, East
The wife came here last week In search
of her husband and staed with Mrs. Jae
ger, at No. 218 Eugenia street, until Thurs
day when she was called home because
of the sickness of one of her children. Mr.
Warner is a bookkeeper.
TRIED TO JUMP rilOM A WIMIOW
Katie Slmmerman. IS vears old, of No. J051
South Ninth street, the police state, at
tempted to commit salcide b Jumping from
a second-story window at her home estor
day morning. Friends Interfered and sent
her to the City Hospital.
NUN CROWNED WITH
A LAUREL OF GOLD
Sister Mary Catherine Carney Ccle-
rated Her Golden Jubilee
FIFTY YEARS A REUGEUSE.
Says She Is as Happy as She Can
Be Outside of Heaven Solemn-Coronation
Crowned with a laurel of gold in com
memoration of her fifty j ears' association
with the Carmelite order of nun. Sister
Mary Catherine Carney was as happy jes
terday as rhe was when, a lady of 31, die
took the veil and made the sacred vows of
a. religious order.
"Happy?" she said, after the ceremony.
"I'm as happy as I could ba out.lda
With much solemnity th" coromtlon
services were conducted in the little ch.ipsl
connected with tin- convent on Eighteenth
and Victor streets. The altar was decor
ated In pure white cloth and gold tinsel
wrought In cmblomat'c deigns TI12 1'r.ht
of miny candles glowed. In a. mist of ln
cme, from the large, golden candelabra,
on the Immaculitc robe of the priest.
Behind the latticed apertures near tho
stanctuary knelt the black-habited nun, ob
serving, but not observed, while the Mnall
audltorlLin was crowded with a congrega
tion or men and women, kneeling and
standing, who have known Sister C.itiio
rine for many years. Xear the -ntranc-,
in the rear of tho chapel, was tho choir.
Solemn vespers were sung, with the ito-c-end
lithu Patrick Dooley of the Church
of the Assumption as celcbr.int After tho
Vespers, and before the benediction wa
pronounced. Father Doo'.e., crowned the
nun with the laurel of gold and ave her a
pilgrim's staff wound round with white silk
ribbon. During the coronation ceremony
the worshipers knelt, with bowed heads,
and a profound silence pervaded the llttlo
Sister Marj Catherine 1 a graj -haired,
amiable llttlo nun. She is not more thin
5 feet tall, but Is very active, and doos
not look to be Si jears old. She has bluc
gray eves, in which there la alwajs tin
trace of a smile, and dimples nbout tho
"luuui mui susgesi a pleasant disposition.
After the ceremony was over she met rel
atives and frlendi In the convent parlors
and received their congratulations. The
golden laurel she wore over the black hood
In one hand she carried tho white stair
and In the other a candle.
"Are vou l.app. Sister.'" an acqulntance
"Certalnlv. I am," sho replied, smiling,
and speaking with a slight lrl"h brogue.
"This Is raj golden Jubilee i.nd I ought to
be happy. I've been happy ever day of
these fifty vears."
"We hope vou'll live to celebrate our
"No. don't wish that," sho answered "I'm
as huppj to-day as I could bs outside
heaven, and I'll be there before another
half-century goes by. A nun's life Is a
happy life. All we have to do is to obey.
Our duties aren't hard, and if we obe'y
we're happy. If I hod to begin life over
again. I'd enter the order Juit ns I did
fifty years ago "
Sister Mary Catherine Carney was born
In Elphtn. County Roscommon, Ireland,
eight -ono ears ago. She Is the oldest nun
In the Carmelite order, which she entered
In Baltimore. Md , in lSJi when 31 veaM
old. She has been In St. Louis twenty
The Jubilee services will continue to-day
ana to-morrow. Solemn high mass will bo
celebrated this morning in the chapel by
the Rovercnd Father J. J. Head, pastor of
tho Church of the Annunciation, and to
morrow morning by the Reverend rather
Michael Spike, pastor of St Elizabeth's
E. JACCARD JEWELRY CO 'S OrFlCE,
Corner Broadway and Locust.
Importer! and tilttri of fine dxumonit
NEGRO SUSPECTED OF LARCENY
Jesse Simms Was Found Prowling
in the Keiser Building.
In the arrest of a negro c!'ing the namo
of Jesse Simms, who said he lived at No.
2035 Montgomery street, the police believe
they have the man who has been breaking
Into ofllces In the large buildings and pur
lo.nlng small articles. Simms was arrested
Saturday night on the second floor of tho
Kei'er building at No. 417 Pine street.
Ofiicers Noonan, McCorm ick and Shea
corducted an Investigation and learned
that the offices of the following persons
in tho bullclng had been pried open: Joseph
Wherry, F. O. Portls. S U Russell and the
Pawly Publishing Company. The desk In
tho office of Mr. Wherry was pried open,
but nothing of value was taken.
For several weeks, reports have been
made to the police of ofllces bicng pried
open and the desks forced. The articles
reported lost from the desks were of sniill
value, but several coats were stolen.
Simms Is held at the Four Courts on n
charge cf carrjlng concealed weapons
while the police are investigating the rob
beries. A vair of brass knuckles way found
on his person.
Tho one great vlrtu of Burnett's Vanllli
Extract Is purity. It Is real vanillu. extrnct
nd nothing bin vanilla ei-tract.
BURIAL OFJVILLIAM C. HAUK.
For Thirty-Three Years He Was
a Letter Carrier.
The funeral of William C. Haul:, who
died Saturday of a complication of diseases,
will take place to-morrow afternoon from
the family residence at No 1S10 Goode
avenue, to Bellcfontalne Cemetery. Mr.
Hauk was 59 ears old, and came to this
city when a boj.
He entered the postal service In 1S6J and
was a carrier for thirty-three consecutlvo
jcars. In 18C1 he marrltd Miss Annie Lam
bourne, who survives him. Nine of their
children are still living. Mrs A. L. Gray,
Miss Minnie Hank, Mrs. Brodle Cannon
and Benjamin. Theodore, Rile, TUer,
VAlliiam and Clarence Hauk.
READY SALES FOR ZINC ORE.
Market Was Brisk and Prices Con
hiderably Higher Last Week.
Joplln, Mo, May IS. The larger mills of
the Joplln district are being operated day
and night, and there Is a ready sale for
all the ore produced, a statement that tells
the tale of the progress of the district In
a few words; that tells of the increasing
demand, the higher ore prices and the
growing possibilities for this year.
It has not been two vears t-lnce there was
a necessity of curtailing the output to
maintain the price of zbic ore at a flguro
that would Justify the mining. It was only
last fall that exportatlons of zinc ore were
made to prevent the accumulation of a sur
plus, and to-day the district cannot mine
and mill the ore as fast as the smelters
want It, It Is a story founded on the In
creased smelting capacity, and that was
built upon the larger consumption of metal
last year. It was prellctcd early In the
ear that such conditions were likely to oc
cur, and now the mine operators of the
district are crowding their mines and mills
to the utmost capacity to put ore upon the
market to meet the demand
While there has been one particularly
choice let of zinc selling for $31 per ton for
several weeks. It has been confined to this
one output until the past week, and now
there are two other bins reported sold at
that price, and that let has been advanced.
At least thrca bins of ore were sold on a
basis of $31 per ton for ore assaying CO per
cent zinc, an advance of $1 per ton over the
Another evidence of a stronger market
I is in the fact that a, great many bins
changed bujers In the past week, although
tho buer of the nrcvlous week was not
' out of the market Higher prices are re
ported on some of these and tbe inference
is that the change occurred from competi
tive bidding. Some of the smelters are
needing more ore than tbey have been get-
ting lately, and the Edgar Zinc Company
Is back In the market, having purchased
L000 tons. The Lanyon Zinc Company took
about 2.M0 tons the past week, and 2,700
tons the week before.
There Is a prospect that Boston and St.
Louis capital will be added to New York
capital in the formation of a new kind of
combination here to ba known as an ore
purchasing company. It Is the Intention to
purchase all of the ore of the district at a
lixed minimum price of $30 for the CO per
cent grade, and the bmelters are to be sup
plied at an advance of Jl 50 per ton. This
plan proposes that Instead of each smelter
maintaining an ore purchasing agency and
a number of buyers, the business is to bo
done through tho ore purchasing company.
It could not be expected that the past
week would equal the record-breaking
shlpmnt of the preceding week, yet It was
exceptionally large, being 687 tons above
an average of the twenty weeks of the
3 ear. Lead sales w ere larger than the pre
ceding week, and the value was only $22,
Following are the sales In pounds from
the various producing tracts of land owncl
or operated by the individuals and com
panies named In the several producing
camps of tho Missouri-Kansas district for
the week ending May 17. 1302:
Cbnttrcntal z. & L. M. & 8 Co .
Leonard VI. . It Co
Quaker Mining Co
United Zinc Companies
Granby II b Co
Missouri Ki7. Co
Im mb M Co
Btnjcnomtun L. ft Z Co
John Jackten M. Co
Hnqua Mining Co
Plymouth Hock M. Co
.Toplln Hepuatlng Co
1" 1.. Yale ......
Nellie M Mlnlnx Co
Joplln Prospect Co
Kalnbow iflnlns Co
Exec! Mlnlne Co
Mohaska Mining Co
Hon 11 Ik P Co
llannabartrar M Co
RoarinK 5-c.rlnK L . M Co ...
bout'i Jopllu M Co . .
C. H I)azc .
Price & Cj
Goo Gchi MInlnir Co
Dli kellilhler Lca-c
ll'len L. ft Z Co
lookout Mining Co
C U Walker
Wrleht Mlnlne Co
O. Porter Itenlt Co
Itob Roy Mining Co
is A aiore & co ..
Msssasolt L & 7. Co
Orine L. 4. J. Co ..-;-;
Unclas'ifliii rales 13i.39
Total sale, 'i,Ji
Zinc. Hi.SSG. load. 33.4 .0 Total. Y-A'JZ.
Murphy Frlel ft Co .'iS-S?
South Vide 1"9
J.orth nmplrs Hi il2
Clirv & hhulu ?''!
O (' Monlux 1
J R Crovr 910
Pi ckrtt . f fjlfj
Shakelton ft Weed M i JO
Combination " W?
RohrbauKh A Co ??
James MLrrhr .:
Jotm Loa 1
Helm Hunt 21.4J0
n-rt Stair ! U0
Nohle. lnahu ft Co 12.710
Clelsslnger Land 11.050
White Star '. 10.JM
Thos. Murphy 410
N J Abnr 7 4.10
Clara Ionise 6 130
MaRcle Taylor 6 M0
eT York Z
John Page. .
i li FlayW
Vmrrlcan Z. M. Co
Unclaimed sales l.iM
Total aalej 1 S3 030 170110
Value ZIrc. t7,72C. lead. 33.7B. Total. 121.511
Ozark Range Mining Co 110 80
and Ridite Mlnlnr O) 91 0
Decatur L. ft Z. Co (9 850
Cle eland Aurori C) C).160
Kentuck illnln Co COC30
noston-Aurora Z Co 42.610
E-lnkerhotr land 8.SJ0
Hall Land Co SSIO
Tcdoral L &Z Co 410
Campbell i. Co 31 S!0
Vnlted Zinc Co 31.77J
Hutchlnss X. Co to.li)
Hoireshoe illnlrK Co Vyi
Reel Land Co JO 670
Pchirook. land 7 r&O
twart ft Co 5 too
Unclanlfled ealca MM
Total sales "1 3W
Zinc. 111.5S7. lead. JS3 Total. 511. S:0
Lincoln Mlnlne Co 4 0W
frk-n-as Mlrlnc Co U C70
Hol.len Ilros 2S.7M
Total rales 26 450
Zinc. 11 440. lad XV. To'nl. II 814.
M & B Mlnlrg Co 344 150
111k Ix Development Co 241.720
Crown Crist rllnlng Co 70 2)
l'ortn Rico nnd O 000
Duenwej? Minlncr Cf 48.S40
Lead Hill Mlnlnit Co
orth Uurch Mlnlmr Co
Total ralee 773 140
Zinc 111 210 lea, tl 5 Total. HirJ.
Grler Mlnlnjf Co 91,750
I WEBB CITY.
Center Cn-ek Mining Co 38T70
The Alda Mlrlnir Co So. 3 243 '80
Fleenth Hour Mining Co 2J1 7r)
Amerlcan-Mldwav 82 no
GuaMe K Mining Co 020
1 nderwriters' Mlnlnr Co T3 3U
8tvlson t Moor. 27.3jO
Pirker & Johnron
unk . Don man
Total sales l.Pn.4;0
Zlno 314 S4u. lead. 31 flO Total. ,:o.
Qranbj M. ft S Co land.
Dijr Circle Mining Co 61,233
La Tosca Mining Cj 51.0
MornlnK Star Mining Co oJ.5W
Orunuftu Mininir Co No 1 48,ut)
J il MaKe 37 o.u
Tho Alda Mining Co No. 4 32 0
Oronojo Mining Co o. 2 s.,uu
claildi Mining Co Jw 410
ltoer i. c'o
Zinc. 31 132
lead, 3 32. Total. I,,iZi.
auipniae Corporation Its 100
Ortat Combination Co u29j
Hub Mining Co W(M)
Cora Jeaaette Mining Co J7.7K)
Uueslinr & Co 4o ,to
Ens bireet Mining Co 2a'-2j
bt Paul Mining Co 11.5,,
Coddlne 4. Co y on,
Pearson i Co J j
Loomls A. Co 3'li)
Lnoxall .Mining Co 1 t,.i
lk Mining Co
Alta MlnliiK- Oj .'" '
bncal Creek Mining Co
J W. Allen
Zinc. I4.it:. kail. Jl.Cli
Uawkeje 12s rv
llunng 3, w0
liuncu .. 2'nin
OlUer Miller j.Jki
Total rales 217,340
Zinc. JCiw; lead. 340; total. Jj.Sus.
American Cornfield 441 CC0
MHrourl yinc Fields 1S7.CU
Gladstone M Co lTlt iro
Homestead L. A. 7. Co S7.1S)
llavei ft on $4 6,0
Mo ll.anket eln 7. Co CdOJ)
HMorado Mining Co t.,6-0
l'eiry A Co IS 331
Hurnn-r M nlng Co 4s. 20
Cole & Co 2.42J
lllue Wing M. Co
14 2 0
Total sales 1.E3 CO)
Zinc, 51!,7i7. lead. J5.S0T. total. 323.2(4
Mount Ararat M Co 614 4C0
Forestal &. O Dunald IIS 410
Troup Mining Co 77.410
I'nston Get There 4G6I)
V C Mining Co 22.9
Ten O Clock M Co 28.140
Plutocrat JL Co 18 f'O
Tom P Mining Co 17 610
Kalj C. Mining Co 16 el
Croefus Mlnlne Co S0,0
292 I 0
Total lles S 1.0 0
Zinc, 17,600; lead 13 413. to'al. 311,01c
Fl? Kate M. Co (Mlftletoe) .... XW
s-ph'nx MITng Co 10S...O
Total Fas ..
O'Grady i Co..
II. Baimbcck .
Granty M & S Co ... ...... a
Zinc. 11.710; lead r.U : towl . L-
Oxford Min'rg Co l-'.ao
Smith A Sticknej. .;,",'"
Zinc, 78: lad. iri' total I
McClelland & Cb 'O-000
r... w.u 1171SJ0 1J31.S10
5aL.i"wV'1Vo'd J30.3S6: total. 3301.67:.
SS5UCH SNAPS IN SHOES1
EMERALD May's birth month Jewel
TME L07E5T PRICED HOUSE IN AMERICA FOR
FiNSPF.rTinv V -is the rcasqk-
1 vr,t-c,U?lL. A
In Fine Stationery.
A Dainty Graduating Gift Is a
box of fine writing paper,
stamped with a two or
three letter monogram, with
et of assorted
and initial e-il. Our
pries foi thee spCct,ii
boxes are Sl.no, if'.CO,
?:!..-(. IfJ.OO anl S.-..O0.
Cnlltnc CiirdH. ico and ilnut engraved
copper pl-ite (script), onl .. . tjil .'(
CnlltfiK Cnriln, 100 from vour late
only . SI. ).
Eociirr Tnllj Curd, special des'sns,
10c to 40k per dozen.
In Solid Silver.
Special Offer In Tea Spoons. 12 hand
3ora patterns of Sterling Silver Tea
spoons to select from Prices, pr n't of
six (for a few dan only)... . S.s.r.o
Candlesticks, 6 inches high, beautiful
fancv twist columns the preatest value
in solid silver ever offered I'rlce, tach,
Sauce Turceii., for Mayonnaise or still
dreeing, a ver neat anl useful article
for a wed liig gift, in our beautiful
Corinthian pattern, with dainty strvim:
ladlo to match Price, complete in
handsome silk case, only ... . $1:5.30
Stent Plittrr feet", consisting of tnrf
different siize pljtters 13. 13 and 18
Inches long The-' are ver massive In
weight. with he-intlfiill decorattd
lK)rders In Renaissance st Ie, soft French
gray finish Price con p'ete in Iarce silk
case, only fliliS.oo
In Silver Plated Wares.
Horse Radish Pot and Spoon, an ex
ceedingly useful article for the table
when cold meats are served. It his
ground glass stopper, which encloses
spoon airtight and preserve the ilivor.
Quadruple silver plated, height 61!
inches. Price only ?a.oi)
Fruit Hon Is. CA Inches high, mndruplo
.lver plRtcd and gold lined. Handsome
chaed border top and bottom. lrlce
Water Sets, consisting of water pitcher,
goblet Igold lined) and tra. All the
Sleces are quadruple sliver plated, bright
urnlshed finish, with richly chased;
shield In hlith relief work. This exceed
ing! pretty water set of three pieces
for only isa.oo
We have quadruple silver plated Water
Sets at prices from ...93.75 .to $45. uo
Careful examination and comparison will convince you that nowhere else can be found such
a choice and charming display of seasonable jewelry.
CHANGE PROPOSED IN
ODD FELLOWS' RITUAL
Annual Sessions of Missouri Grand
Lodge and Rebekak A-sembIy
liegin IJere To-Morrow.
The Mlfsourl Grand Lodge, I. O. O. r,
will begin the work of Its annual meeting
In the order's hall, Odd Tellows' building.
No. 810 Olive street, to-morrow morning The
nnnual session of the Rebekah Assembly.
the women's branch of the Odd Peilows' or
der, will be held simultaneously in the Cen
tury building. The sessions will last three,
Perhaps tho most Important matter to ba
considered at thu session of the Grand
Lodge Is a proposed amendment of the rit
ual to permit a populir vote of members
in the selection of grand ofllcers. The reg
ulations now allow only past grand musters
to participate in these elections. The fol
lowing officers will be Installed: George
Hall. Trenton, grand master. Hiram Llod,
St. lyjuis. grand warden; E. M. Sloan,
grand secretar ; W. H Thompson. St.
Louis, grand treasurer; the Reverend Jame
L. Sullivan, Monett, grand chaplain; H. C.
Jarvl", Schcll City, grand marshal, D M.
Williams, Bevier, grand conductor; J. T.
Punch. Hloomfleld, grand guardian, John
W. Blach, St. Louis, grand herald.
Olllcers Of the Ktbtktih Assemble- .ire-
1 Mrs. Carrie I. Roberts, pf Trenton, presi
dent: .Mrs. wuce, aioner or Cameron, vice
president: Mrs Emma Logan of Kansas
Clt. warden, Mrs AHIe E Poundstonu of
Cartervillc. secretar, Mrs. Abble Ong
Gould of Laclede, treasuicr. Mr. Blanche
Shue of St Louis, marshal; Mrs. Mlnnio
Morgan of Joplln. conducto-; Mrs. Addle
Gra of Calhoun, chaplain. Mrs. Ruby
Katnnn or uucklln. Inslue guardian, and
Mrs Pauline Glnspell of Kansas Clt, out
It Is expected that there will be an at
tendance of CK). Including reoresentatlvei
and visitors to the Grand Lodge and as
sembly MLRIUCK. WALSH & PHELPS' OrTTCE,
Corner Broadway and Locust.
Jluyert and t'lltr of fine earU.
Mr. n alih itilt be gtad to te' yon.
REPUBLIC AD BRINGS 100 BOYS.
Youngsters Pill Sheet in Front of
HOTS WANTHD-Over 14 cars of age for fac-
tor It U. 1 unsten &. Co. 3 0 N ccmnit-ictal
As Mr. R. E Funsten, Jr., manager of
the confectionery firm of R E Kunstcn it
Co . No 390 North Commercial street, ap
proached his olllce Saturda morning, ne
was surprised to notice a great crowl
about the entrance to the cand factor.
He wondered what could have happened
at the factory and quickened his walk.
As he came to the corner of Olive and
Commercial streets, he saw that the gath
ering which tilled the street was compos.d
of boP. whoae range In .ise was irom It
to IB All were clamorlt.g for an entrance to
"I at once remembered." sa'd Mr Fun-
1 vlon ' ur..il.lni nt the mjltnr liter "nf tl
i want ad 1 had Inserted In The Rcpubl'c lor
"The strict in front of the entrance was
so blocked that It as with difficulty that
I forced lav way through the crowd of tho
rtruggllng Juveniles 1 think 1 never saw
such a representative gathering of 'Vourg
America.' " said Mr. Funsten "1 hey came
from all' parts of the city Thin. fat. tall, j
short and medium they were all there.
"I don t know how many were in the
crowd, but nfter emplolng sixty, it seemid
almost as large ns before
"We hire them to pick the Kernels Iron
mil. Tho flrt tun ne three ,lne nfter he. I
ginning work the appetite displnd hy In?
Oung fellows Is marvelous. It ffcquinllv
happens, however, that some of them i vrr
cstlmate their capacity and arc forced n
lay off sveral dajs to resain g23ttlj 'sjui
Mr. Furstcn said that the pleasing result
of his advcrtlscnvnt wa slm; ly a rtp .1
tlon ot several other gratifying ciperlene;
he has had In using The Itepatl c's want
It'a In the llnUe.
Spring stjles all In. Hesse. Tailor. 617
Pine street. Remember. C17 Pine.
noy Killed by electric Car.
Madison. Ind , May IS. Clarence Bates
5 years old. rcturnirg from Sunday- school,
attempted t-j cro-s, the track in front or
a stret car in charge of Motorman James
Brlnkworth this afternoon rhe vv hee 9
caught the boy and crushed him to death.
ARM rittCTlftED AT A IACE
Robert Remmlng, 22 cars old. of No. .3j
itte7. 4.nn 1. .t the P.1IV HoSDltal. SUf-
ferlng from a fractured arm A
PtNo 1E2 North Twcitj-eeon
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407 N. .
"Succss In Love." TEMP. est Ma. 32; Min.
-IS THE REASON -
FOR OUR REMARKABLE SUCCESS.
WorlcFs Grandest Jewelry Establishment.'
a wB"H"tt oagjrkB
On BROADWAY, Cor. Locust.
Ask You to See
In Parian Marbles.
Husts of ShnLespcarc the most cele
brated of ail Eng
lish classical writ
ers a most desir
able acquisition for
the library or ll-tlng-ruom
ness ab-olutelv cor
rect, T' Indus
lltiKtx of .Schiller,
the most famous
ii' et in all German
likeness 10 Inches
high, only ...fa. 51)
HiiHfs of Hlehnrtl
of the Nineteenth Centur. 12 inches
high Onl 97..-.0
Ixjver? of the art'stic arc specially in
vitcil to examine our choice collection
of rarlan Marble Busts of all the fa
mous writer" poets musicians and clas
sical subjects Oui prices range from
?l.r.o to x-IR.oo, according to ""ze.
Portra't.' are ab'-olutflv correct and the
material can be subl- cted to an proc
ess of (leaning without losing Its
clean, velvety appearance.
If you are Interested in Diamonds,
Watches, Silverware, Jew elry. Cut
Glass, Ctiinnware, Lamps, Leather
Goods, Umbrellas, Music Boxes,
CUT THIS OUT, mail it to us,
with vour name and address, and we
will s-nd vou our complete cata
R. 19 State
AT ANNUAL PICNIC
Eight Hundred Hoys and Girls in
Gtmiiastie Exercises Entertain
Parents at Lemp's Park.
The annual picnic of the South St. Louis
Turning School was held yesterday after
noon and evening at Lemp's Park, Thir
teenth and Utah streets. Eight hundred
memherh of the school, ranging In age from
C to IS years, with their parents and friends
Callsthenic exercl-cs and athletic sports
were the feature of the afternoon's pro
gramme and in the evening there was
dancing. Professor George Wlttlch, in
structor of gmnastlcs, had charge of tho
exercises, which included a song and cales
thentc drill by KM boS and girls from 6 to
9 eara old. Intricate wand and dumbbell
drill by ISO bo, song and callsthenic drill
by 220 bos and girls and a club drill by
the mlbset' and juniors' class of 20X
The athletic features consisted of a little
gills' and bo)s' foot race, 10- ear-old boys'
".ick race, 12- ear-old bos' three-legged
ruce, 14- ear-old bos' fifty- ard dash, 12-
ear-old girls' "spoon and egg" race and
mlses' potato race. Members of the
jun'or class competed In hand climbing,
high Jumping, shut putting and hop, step
The children presented a spectacular ap
pearance In their Turner's costume and the
manner in which they went through tho
exercises reflected credit on Professor Wlt
tlch. Inecinnlltles of Kjeslftht Corrected
By prope'Iv adjusted glasjes. Dr. Bond,
expert optician at Mermod & Jaccard's.
llroadwa and Locust, will examine our
ees without charge and lit them properly.
Steel frames, il up. gold, $5 and up.
MONUMENTTO ABNER POWERS.
Will Be I'meiled at Sycamore, III.,
REPPBLIC SPKCI VI
Svcamore. Ill, May IS Arrangements
are about completed for the unveiling of tho
monument to Abner Powers, one of the
few- soldiers of the Revolutionary War
buried In Illinois The monument was erect
ed at L'lv Lake, and will be unveiled
Grand Army of the Republic posts and
Daughters and Sors of the Revolution from
Chicago and Moline will be present. Elgin
will come with a thousand c.tizenb.
General John C. Black Is pxnected to de
liver the oration, and Congress-nan Hop
kins und others are expected to speak.
Abner Powers, with seven btothers served
in General John Stark's regiment, tho First
New Hampshire Continentals, all came out
unharmed. He participated in the battles
of Bennington, Saratoga and Yorktown.
B0HLE MAY SERVE TILL JULY 1.
Nomination of Successor, However,
May He Made This Month.
Washington. May IS Representative Joy
called at the White Hou"e Saturday to talk
with the Ptesldent about the United
States Marshalship at St. Louin The Pres
ident was attending the Rosecrans services
at tn Arlington, and the St. Louis Con
gressman did not see mm .vir.aoy expects
to repeat his call Monday or Tuesday.
Th,. rrlends of Welnbrenner Insist that h
will bo appointed The charges filed against
him. it Is 'aid, have been Investigated and
found wl'houl basis. It is admitted, how-
O. Weather Indications to-day: Shower.
In "Graduatinff" Brooches
Hrooclics, as Illustrated,
with nne oval
opal In center.
The design is
v ery odd and
pretty, and is
finished In beau
tiful ro'e gold
bring" out the desipn The brooch has
chatal tino hook on back and makes a
ver prett watch pin. Price
Solid shut jiruocnes, serpent design
beautiful rose gold finish; sat wrthl
olivenes and opals. Frier
onlv 92. OO
jMjyftnu di ' ' '
Diamond llronehos. ornamental scroliv '
knife-edge setting, with beautiful soll-
talre tu-imona in center, can do worn as
pendant or brooch. Price
We Inve a magnificent collection of
Brooches In gold and silver, specially
d -signed for graduating gifts, some of
which are t with Jewels, at prices rang
ing from ?2.0( to 9100.OO.
In Cut Glass.
Sueur and Cream Sets, at illustrated.
consisting of beau
tiful sugar bowl
and cream, pitcher
in Llbbe 's genu
ine Mint costal,
mum cutting and
diamond rays, tooth,
edge, hand Polished,
very large size.
Price, per pair,
only S3. 75.
We have Sugar and
Cream Sets In
other beautiful de
s'gns from 93. so
to 9 18.00 per
Berrv IIovtIs, 7 inches acres", beautiful
combination, diamond and star cuttlrg
Price only 93. OO
Berry Spoon Trnj-, real flint crystal,
large chrv Finthemum cutting In bottom,
and four spinning wheels on ends and
tides, very brilliant and handsome.
Pricu only 8-1. 60
Lettnce Vinegar Caraffes, with cut
stoppers, most perfect American flint
coital, beautiful Renaissance, cutting. In
conical form. Price only 92.75
Oil Bottles, same style as above,
ever, that the delay In making the appoint
ment would indicate that considerable
doubt exists about the outcome. The paper
were referred to Postmaster General Pa no
for his recorslderalion about two months
Mr. Payne is the political authority of the)
President In contested patronage matters.
Mr. Payne. It Is said, has examined tha
papers carefully, but has not jet made
nls report to the President as to who should
be appointed. It Is believed that after tha
St. Louis Congressmen, Joy and Bartholdt.
nave again canea ire matter up at tne
White House, some decision will be reache-
It "eems probable now that Bohle will i
permitted to serve until July 1. the begb
nlng of the fiscal year, in order to simplify
the transfer and auditing of his accounts.
The nomlratlon of his successor, however,
may be made during the present month.
rive Deaths Recorded
Pana. Ill . May IS. Five deaths of promi
nent people is the record In and around thU
vicinity esterday and to-dav : Mrs Sarah
E. Mueer. aged SS jears, Nathan Sill, an
old war veteran, aged 72 years; Mrs. Mar
garet Glllet, aged 73 jears. George Cllne.
aged 42 years, and Mrs. Carrie Van Hoosler,
aged 37 ears.
ICE AND WATER SEPARATE.
NO GERMS, INSECTS, RUST OR DIRT.
ST. LOUIS AGENTS, ILLINOIS GLASS CO.
Manufactured by V
APPERT GLASS COMPAKT, New York
GRAND NATIONAL PRIZE OF
1 1 IB.cOO rKAnua ev I I-nma
nv a.pavVm. 1b lltTTti p0rTr)
..j . mWimhI rcadltioB of tb hedr ! ti malt.
thta th raerclr-i ar rtUiad b4 attack of CcU, i
Strmadt Troubles, TypfeoU an4 Malarial Ttrm '
yoIn-Lrrlt gtM ttrnftb t mnii and
xaan-s Mi IVfT-tloa, fnritu ami ajirteaaa la
bloMt, aid bUJ op toa ntlra tjiVro.
Hew York J E. f ojgera & Co., 30 H. Wlinam St
La lnts?roteU and Bhoald trow
MARVEL Whirling Spray
The new W ai tjrtf. JnJ'c
non ana a us t ton. uosc ati
eat iioat conrfnirnt.
Its ..r dil.t tor It.
If he cannot eapi'ly the
Ottler. rtiit nanrl ilimn fiwlt. im
Itulntart booX-.il It slrrs '
intl p&rtlralarfttnd tliierltermin.
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i or sale by:
WolfT. Wilson Drug Co . ts Wasblnstoa m
Judge Dolph. &1S Wire st,
Raboteau & Co.. Broadirir and Lueas art.
-ALL WBIuF.T-FOR MORE THAN HLFA CEJ.TCBY"
Csr. ll..l-f., C.MtlpU.B,ffclll'I r..-, aad .11 HU
l.di Ic.plxl.U. ill Dntli.lt. rrlrt S tUi a Bs.
V, RIGHT'S LNDIAS.VEOEf ABLE PILL CO., Ns York.
Quickly d ifX n IT ra
I nan curtd daring tke but tra ycar eror
4.000 EC. Loulsana. NO PAZ LTNTIL CURSlD.
Ko Palm No CaHtlnat. Inel 3
.orBooULt. W. J. LEW1M, M. D.
CO WaslmlBstoa Avc St. Lowl.
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