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REPUBLIC: MONDAY. MAY 19. 1902.
, ri- iJ7P '-
TO LOAN CSNX
$25,OOQ OR MORE.--
o ii - AT rtf rrrtf J frtL
i 5iTia!ier aums -
iiutlsilgs & Kiipitnck Realty (Jo., W Ghesinot St.
OOMS FOR r.IC.IT.
KIA, parties looklnrr fcr nice jingle roo-is, J12J
k up, can rind deIrabl accommodations at
White IIou-?. MUthwcst corner Ninth and Pine.
l!UOADTVAY 1K1 S -NIrIy fu-nlshM rooms;
bath and all comen'cnce,. reasonable.
"linOADWAT. 105 and 107 X t "Trie Ileir."
twenty rooms, 2cc, ten roonu. Sic; tea rooms, SOo
one-half block, of car line.
CHOLTKATT Ae 12K Nicely furnish- frcnt
room for rentlemn; gas and bath. prlate Ger
CKOtTnAl'A . ttt Larre. plrely fu-nishM
froit pom suitable for cent? or couple; a'.J
UAii room, reacnaaie.
UllUUiAU Ac, "'n ijik ri'oiiniu t -v -.
room, aifl iar;e iront room, mo nu" urr"
bath, nultable for Kntlnea. :i d-t aeek up
DAYTON Pt KCS
Tto nicely furntahed rooir.
nr-rr w . f ti ..t, --.I llfJ. TMnr-nnt rfliTS.
i'rlAAJl 1IIUIIHIH, M- .-- D -- - -
board, couple or gentlemen large jard; uoroo
DICKSON f-t . 3-Twc omne-tlne font
room- fumlsl.el for JiouitKfCHns, ran?.
conn1'n two or ui.m iiuu i-. oi.ii, .mu
J-fferon a cir
"riGirrrFNTH ft. H27 t-ars roomlnc-hou-
Juft started. ery nice rooms, for eeitlenvn
only, all c menlencf
"i:iOHTCnNTH St.. 71S X NIcelv furnished
room for nTlemn. $1 pr wck nd up; also
otT i-onii for njuvernr; rca-onaoir.
w.rvr'.Tir ? ?iw. X Furnish-1 second
floor hall room. prlate famlK , Ji pere?k
i:invrNTH"Ft "mo 5 Neatly furnlhd
front roonw rr.- room-rs and light r,oue!veep.ns;
flrft anl eronfl floor .
KrOKNIA Pt . :'2T. Pind flor. connecting,
furnlFiW for houekfp-ns. Ri stoe, hot water
" rirTirnNTTl St H2 N 'C"--nr) F-ry front
tr.H other rwms. nliv fmrUhM; hath. ffa.
etc.. II V eek and up. QUlrl. ret-jtabi".
.THANKI-TV A, ?23 IarnliM rncms for
houkep'.rs rr romer. at from 11 25 to $2;
dnmKenn an i immorality not tolerated.
CiKYHH -Vve.. STSTi "iclv conneet'nc thrca
roon:. mmhen exposure: furnlfhM or unfur
nlhd 'tll arranso to suit tenant; or hou-e-KHpirir
ORXD Ae. S X ,N rthct Corner Iac'Mfl
Iire- col front 'coqie, peconil and third
fo -. rlpgantty furnlsifd; southern exposure
"tiUVTTAV Ft . 1" X'cely furnlhed icom;
fttittri lur" in n'lven famllj . for An
tlrr.cn cr lU'.t houvkep np bath, no children
LKaU;TI: we . Jvi- Nicely connect.ns
front room, excei.cnt locotlon.
TA FAI-IB ft 113 Four .e-rnd-s:o-v front
ir.d "l - on. "tit! rn tp-ure; bath, o'l
H'ndTn cf'r.vtrl'nc". reason ahlw
I.WVTGN Au. 3I2S-Twr rlcelr faml'h'il
rnorr 'cr two rcr.tlirn rr nan and wife: bath
end f.11 cor.ienleir-os. rrKsonnM. board u de
sired, qutet locality a'so r-oir.s for light rou
treplng . .
InONAi:i Ave. MT X -l'ror.t finl connt
lns room. ca r..l tltvir. ni- p! fu-n.shfd, for
gentlemen, nas. ht bath.
lJoCTT Pt.T20S Heveral nicely furnished
iCL'FT. 2H5 I-urse furrled r-tn; fOUh"rn
exposure, cr furth-rioor n--m, e?rtlntervlc.
"I OCT ST Ft . 3fC3 (The rcnr.yHani Roomi
arc cool, ew.jtfcim; new; lai, lawn, terms rea
tonablp 1j rTST t , 2S1J1 Nlciy furnished room on
Bin1 and fiiM f.b:5. a'so unfurnished room1
wth nil cr.ienlence ieaoinhle
LOCUST St.. Ml (N-xt to Ft. Nicholas Hotel)
Ilrtorr.' for gntrrfn fot nnd cold fllterel
Utb Irc'r!' llRht: furnec hat; chep rent.
Uk cT t . 2319 Isiree teaitifullv and rT
furnl'ed rom, with hot and cold water In
nrn. c'-t'imcn cnly; al' tnodt rn convenincrs.
11 Z Av iill A small, comfortable house,
fo tl mtniMT, cheap.
1 f"AS. 27f-S Nfwly furnished rocmn, light
bo r -pir.K. all convenience"
M"'AF .e. 15 (TI- In !)-Rras nlmtly. 352
t ". wrk.y SI to 1.S". bkths free. JJt
.,a ?j,(i -(Mpf new fcnl Srst-cls.
MAXCIITSTSR Ave. 2342 N.cy furnlned.
fcttud-strry. fiont torm. southern exposure;
Irtfis. 52 ) j-rr week for iao or four gentlemen.
MAP.KIw t . 410-1 (Near Ilroidvva)-Ni?elr
furninpil roc nip. larce and llitht. 25e. 35e. Wc ;r
tlry, weekly ratt-n coiTcspond. for gentlemen orly.
MOItfiAN Ft. 3UT ruinl-lied rooms to Itt;
uj-e of parlcr and piano, all conveniences, rea
vnahl. a o ldv roommate wanted
":lbncTix. 2J7 :do-.rt riats-Two n!c-ly fur-nl-Ji"d
ccnnectin-s rooms for houekeepIug, also
iilly furn t'l room fo eentlemen ci ccuple.
NP"EI.Y fu -nlhcd room, all conveniences;
rcaronahle J id), H'pjblc.
OTALI-ON St . 2034-Two rooms and kitchen,
rrcond floor, rent tS a month
OUVii 3007 Nlcelj furnished room; JLW per
OLIVE Pt. SO" Xlcf-ly furnished rooms; icuth
em expour. second iloor
OLIVE fat . 2USA Nicely furnished rooms for
one or two gentlemen, hot bath.
OLIVD St . 3C33 Two parlors; use of piano;
iiIfo two front rooms, slnU or en suite.
""OLIVE Ft , 181S-Nlcely furnished" room far
light hobsekeeplug and gentlemen; $1.1,0 week.
OLIVE St., 1218-SO. Oppolte Exposition Newly
elegantly furnished front and rear parlor, two
connecting room for two or fojr people.
OL.IVB it . 3341 NIceJy rurnlihtd Iront roaml
on fint and second Caon, nouthern exposar,;
other rooma; complete for housekeeping; reasona
ble. OLIVE. rs Newlir furnlihed front parlor;
1.0 nicely xurnlahed third-floor front: aouthem
apoeure; all comenlecces; Rood board If de
sired OLIvn Bt., 2S-Beaut!fu!ly furnished thlrd
foor front, southern exposure, for couple 01
bousekecpinc; also nice third-floor hall room;
OL1VE St.. 272-.-.y furnished front and
rack parlors; also second-floor room; all con
veniences; visitors to city accommodated; terms
1.25 to I! per wefk
riXB St.. 91! Elegantly furnlihed rooms; elec
tric llcht. e'etalor and telephone sen-ice; for
blxm bt.. s: N. Czv hcoe. recent'y ciwned:
eerjthln new; rooms lc S)c, :5c, H aid up
per ek; beds la-; free oath.
TIllilD St . i:t, T NeViyfurni3he,l rooms;
for ecntltmen or light housekeeping; cheap rent.
Ilooms for llcht housekeeping a specialty.
TIUKTKKNTH St.. 11 S.-Laire front room.
cp?d board, for three a-entletron. ilrj. Jl. Caas.
THinTEn-NTH. JO: K. (The nmplr7)-Nlcelv
furnlshej. entllated rooms; absolutely safe from
Are; electric lljshls; JIM neelc up.
THOMAS St.. I1-Nlcely furnished rooms for
Ilrht liouekplne or eentlemen; lane, bright;
1 . .--v.. 1V,U1 .
T ITT L"Ttl . " i.m -T v-.-.t s. .
- . .-.-- j .-.t., -rrv i-. jcciy iurni"inea. ccou
clean frort rooms. Jl 25 for one, or jl.73 for two;
entrance on Locust st.
WASHINGTON Ave., 1C27 Third -floor hall and
two email rooms for rent.
WASHINGTON Ae ,"-518-XIceyfurnIshed
necond-floor front; also other rooms; J1.S9 per
WASHINGTON AC. 2954 El e cant! v fumthe1
larsro cccond-storv front room: flrst-class accom
WWASHIXGTON Av , 2C-Larg and email
WASHINGTON Ave. KH-Large second-story
front and back connecting rooms, three largo
Wndo8 in each; routhern expoiuie; suite 85
. WEST MOnOAIJ St.. 43 rurnlfhed rooms
forjientlemin. In private family cf three adults.
ROOMS -n'lTII ROAKD.
BELIj A... 8018 Large, ccol room, second
fiDOf. vl,)l larrwm un - trr.n4 Kn,I r.n.tn.lll..
uuiv Ave , 3iMt front room, wun gooa ooaxa;
all conveniences, prliate family; reasonable.
COOK Ave.. EJ17 Neatly furnished second-story
rooms, with flrst-class beard; all modern con
v enlenccs; reasonable.
SPL?IAJf Av;.. oOSlA-Secona-story front room,
vvun board if desired, for couple or to gentle
rnn. private family.
JlIN:iSJ A,e.- ilOS-Nlcely furnished room for
front rocS t l lo large unfurnlabed
JNNC;, Vt" U-N-ce aecond-stor- room.
h "cellent board; furnished; for gentlemen;
FIXXETAve., 4235 Slnclt or two n.MMfUnfr
rooma. wtll furnished: modern hn1t -.. -.
family; eentlemen or couple; reasonable to coud
FOUKTH St.. HI A S. Xlcelv tumlih ..-.r.
and small rooms, with cr without beard.
GRAND Ave . 2924 8 Furnlehed room for sren
1 1 emari ; facet Tower Grove Park; private family
bath; three car lines; ratals If desired.
LAWTON Ave., 335 Lovelr second-floor front
room; "southern exposure, with good board, for
rtupla cr two gents; J 40 month; rooms without
WAiUal, lH)t r urnnar., cieii, cuizucrt:a.L.-
VtUi; UUL ltf-B4.. (AiWIVHh v.. , w A .
LOCUST St., 3424 lioara. witn rooms: visitors
and day boarders accommodated; all modern con
vcn.nces.tr. M. A. Thomas.
IOCTJST St. 1507-1S (The McDcrmott) Elegant
ly furnished rooms, with all modern convtn
Urn ft; Tf,lfTt board; refertncea required.
s - X2to, oto ana 7o
ROOMS 1VIT1I HOARD.
LOCt'ST St.. :'2V-("Tho Cark")-Des!rao'
rocr". neatlv furrlhcd. gHd table board all
modern lrjpoement3; new raanaeement. Kln
loch C SM
IiOrTCsT Ft., 1R3 (Th- Edwarda) Xewly fur-nl-hid
locmf. centrally located. .Isitors to the
ci'- a-c jTimodated, cafe in connection; refer
""LVCAR Ae. 332T Klejrant. newly furnlihed
frcnt parlor, suitable for two, jIfo second ktory
front room, all coneniencc.j, private familj.
I.TTA3 A. :a2-rurnlhcd fnnt room rn
seconii flor Tiro ronm with private bith ire
iccm on llrst floor; with cood board; prices reas
onable t.UCAS A'.. ZZX Newly and beautifully fur
nlshM sccrd-iluor front and oher room, with
rlrt-clar board If desired; centlemn or couple,
MISSISSIPPI Ae 110 fO;iwltq Lafaette
Prk Nlclj furr.Ul-ed rocm, for gentl'men or
couple, with no d tahlo boari. all convnif ncc
"IklTsSOritT Ave . lClE-PleaTnt econd-tory
front room, nlth board, overlooking Jifayette
Park two gentlemen or couple, references.
MlSKirill Ave. lO Second and thlrd-sto
fiunts all crnn'enrs: best -bIe; coniIeit
to all ca-3. tc-mi moderate; pentl-msn prefer ted.
MOKC N St 4VLare. coI Hecond-."o-r
room; Al board; large yard; private; reason
able MOnOAN Ft. 3017 Partr onnlnx homo desires
few boar lers , llrst-class accommodations , hom
MOItltlFOX A. 1121 (lllor'x Fuuth of Hlek
cryHndom second stnr frcnt ard connect
ing root.n; soutl cm txpesure; strictly llrst-class
TAPIC Ae, 2233 Xlcf, cool secon3-tory front
and othr room, go.id tnbl' board, re'-rencs.
"iMNi: ft. 312 Xewily furnished front and
other rorms, al! newly furnlshel dinln-rcoma
and kitchen to tojrd tecple. lent low
"PIXn ?T 2ZZS Uecutif'illr furnish J front
roo-n, hrst-class table service; for gentlemen or
coup'e, terms reasonable; prlvato family.
PIn Ft , 220 11'T.i'tiful. "cond-torr front
roctn. alro connect m roonif fr ouplo or jT"n
tkmen flrFt-class baklnp ond cooUng by expe
rt Tccd cher.
'XllCNANDOAII Ave. 425 Single south room.
Idl'lil , rl"S ir-wiiJi--
VS!'INnTON Ave.. 2311 I-ari?s. airy, newly
furnihtd roon-s; excellent board; cood cooltlns.
AVIIIXGTOX. 2311-Uarse. olry. newly fur
nl4id rooms, excellent bjard; good cooking; all
WASHINGTON noii?na- 44f9 Cntlre third
floor of apartment houe, rerveI for gentle
men. r-andomely furnished; cifein building.
WASHINGTON. 3101 "fTre Alta V!sta)-XIc--ly
furnished 5t-cond-foor frnt end otVer rms,
for two gfnthnnen or couple. firat-clp tar le.
WASHIXGTOX. 2316 Nicely furnished rooms,
vltlx pma liMtd end srvici , ?ou.nra exposure,
daed house, all modem convenience!; nomo-
HST l!TL.l 3921 urnlfhet room" itn
board, p'ixato famdv, terms moderate to perma
nent parties, no chiidn-n.
wnSTBKLI.n Place." 4T2frir't-crafi family
hctcl; -IngU ard suite of roomi, furnished .r un
furnlr'ed; .peclal rate to parties of flv.
"wL-sTOIXrtTKR Place. -214-NIreiy furnhfd
iwcond-torv front roim, alcove; alo connojtlnj
wm excollent board
YOl'NG men ran learn of rood boardlnc plr
ty rallies at Y. M. C. A., Grand and Franltlln.
CITY pnopinvrv FOR
OAUniOX A'. 2C;C N-J2.KH) will buy fix
room brick hous. ga. bath, made street, easy
frms; open; posses-icn given.
IN routbrrn pirt city. two-$tor' framo hous-;
four roomi. clMr under whole house; larga
tnH; rood wrll. clPtcrn: rtan hade trees;
let Sn-ixw.'O, suitabe for dairy. Inquire 7327 fc.
NICE twele-rnwn brick houe: erandn on
thre side lawn. 150-foot front. 4K0 west; worth
$90O0, $3.50f ch. Ideal place for doctor or ln
rtitution O 142. Republic
TI2X-R0O3I hou-e. Tjler place; will exchan
for six rocms. A 111. P.erub'ic
$300 CASH DOWN.
For Sale 2333 Sheridan ave, near Garrison
av-.; nice two-story stock brick-front houi of 7
roomj, tecptlon hall. bath, hot and cold wat-r;
lot 2xlS0 feet to alley, houie rrted; terms,
$3uG cash down and $:r. or $3) per month. For
price and card of admission see
KEELF.Y &. CO.. 1113 Chestnut bU
30O CASH DOWN
And 125 or $:0 per month will buv lioue, Xo. 1233
Placketone ar" . near Page boulevard, very nlc
two-fto- brick-front hcus of eight nwms; s'.ite
rocf, reception hall, bath, hot water, gas; lot
3Cxl2i. Ftr ke and price call on
KEELEY & CO., 1113 Chestnut St.
The-roTi modem housp. located at No. S7IT
DrMcar Doulevird. lt 40zl&. 7nt batiis. harj
woJ flnlsli. hoi-water heat, c'dar clo.et. In
rpecllon tnvjtcd. Inquire on the premlca.
PJew Brick Cottages
For Bale Four ery nice, new bri-ik cottagM of
? room ench. reception hall,l pranitold ce'Iar,
sewer; oprn fireplace; lot 50x14". feet to em.h
house; pituated. two houses on Sutton ave and
two houses on Lchmevcr ave.; cne block north
cf Manchester ave., 5c car fare, en Suburban
Lentoa car. IIoues fir 1 shed June t
KELLET t CO., 1113 Chestnut et.
propxsiitv out op cmr von sale,
BAUQAIN8 In Texas lAnd5r-5.75C acrei at SOo
an acre; ten-ctlon improved rarch at J2.M per
acre- Write for Information about farmc. ranch
es, plrntatlons and wild land. Mack & Gncner,
FARMS FOR SALi:.
1C0 acres of land. Holt County,. Nebraska, to
sell or trade for St. Louii or Missouri property.
Address H. M Julian. 7712 Vlrclnla ave.
6MIUK1IA PltOPERTY FOR -SALE.
DEAUTirUT ruburban home en Olive Street
road, near city; finest location In St. Louis
County. Inquire 1107 X. Grand ave.
KIRKWOOD. Mo., corner Woodbine and Clay
aes . for sale or leas for a term of years, fine
10-room hcufs and stable; three acres of srro&nd
In lawn, orchard and parden. electric light, fur
race, etc., everthlnx first-class condition; con
venient to city Apply to E S Barrelrai, on
premises, or 141S Union Trust building;. St. L-juIs.
USIMPnOVEU CITV PROPEnTY FOR
CORNER lot, suitable for crocery and mevt
market- clear title: water, sewer; will loan
money to build. P 142. Republic
NICE SUBURBAN HOME.
For Sale Being a fin. to-"tcry frame houre of
JO rooms, lth hall In middle of house; good
cellar and furnace In same; also, conservatory
fcr Bowers; lot lKxm feet: very fine shade trees:
situated on Gore ave.. Webster Groves, two
blocks south cf suburban, cars, en LockWood ave.
Tor key, price and terms see
KEBLEY & CO . 1113 Chestnut st.
HEAL ESTATE WAATED,
HEAL Estate Wanted A building and loan
association desires to buy lots suitable for homes
for worklngmsn on assoctatlcn plan of pa) meats
E 113. Republic
r"rVT.T?MnTA Tnrw-r x-r, -- v m
cor. Inlrteenih and I"raskllo ave. AH
-AJiia' " iiocor invueu.
v-, t. ijuiudA:v. Dictator,
OKI Evans ave.
A. W. Winter, Reporter, Room 405, Odd Fel
yi WAYNE LODGE. NO. 2S71. IC OF H.
Xl mctts first and third llonuaj a at 3100
jgC Laston ave. All Knights of Honor are
" "lnvlled to our meetings.
JOS. DODGE. Dictator. EBJ Adams at.
. J. Aw.,iiAL. jvcyvn.r, gij university st,
OLIVE BIIANCH LODOE sn n v
Mof II. Regular meetings first and
third Mondays at Union Hall, southwest
corner 11 road way and Benton street. All
enigma Ul xiuuur nrc iuiieo.
PERCY C. JONES. Dictator.
W Hcrherson Avenu
Peyton C. Jone Reporter. tXO McPherson ave.
jrvAr LINCOLN LODGE. NO. 450 K. OP
Jnj II., meets the second and last Mondav
5(GJV of each month at Bockhoffs HalL 5T
-rrn. North Seventeenth street- All Knlxhts
of Hrnor lavlted. "jugnis
. ?,,J,.?,EJCE5- DIctalrt SI' Franklin ave.
Adolpa Kuehl. Reporter, l.M N. Tenth st.
sr. J-IHJ1M CUJISIANDERY, NO. L
Knights Templars Stated conclave Mon
day evenlne. May JD. at s o"cIock. r.n,-
and Finney aves Work conferring order
of the Temple, visiters welcome.
JNO. A. LAIRD, Commander.
R. XL Cattail. Recorder.
KMGIITS OF PYTHIAS.
ACME I3POE. NO. I9 If. OF P.
-j; meets everv Tuesday evening at I o'clock
HSf sharp In Hurllnglon building. flO Ollv.
.Trer. U'nrk In ranlr. ittrai. n hand.
Visitors cordUIIv Invited and members expected
to attrnd FRANK liERRY. C C.
Attest. G. W Clftca. K. cf R. i S.. No. liA
Bt. Lculs avenue;
CAFTLE HALL OF MONITOR LOGE,
wstr No C K. of 1 . me-ts every Thursdtv
vSJT otenlrn: In Centur lul din?. Mnili and
s O.ne streets (Hast hiT) Woik In th.
rank of Fuse. Thursday. May IS Visitor al
vtaiH vtelcome. Meir.lers ref;uetel to attend
FRED L. l'FISTER. C. a
W. J Otto. K. of R ii 8
- tJISTLE HAM- Pr!!l-T1T P- CDVi'AS.
v- -. ... .- - i. . --..".. .. :
.vo iji. r. tit i-. wel nail century
building Nimh and Ollte Stre'ts Oa
M..nilH Mcv 11 at S n in nhnrn Worlt
In tank of Knight. Visitor cordlsllt Invited
E E MANAHAX C C
Atte't: Henry II. Lu-bbert K cf It &. 8
cow Mnt.v ix)ion. no ne. k of
I, meet ever Tucpdas evcnlnc at S
fi'clock. Eait ILilL Centurv building.
Ninth ard Oltvc tret Tueadav ev-nlng, 1
May CO work in rar.it ct inquire. -I--mrers re
uuted to le prirent anj vlsltorv ueliome
O A. .SCHllNK, C. C.
J. F Dmpey. K of R & y.
S3f FLTLT.n GIIEAT I.OrGE. NO. :T5. K
tiJW i-il I -. liictaa 'tij nrurfn priiiii
c ci :., t ijo.ir: 8 nail iiil'tU'ii
ptI Oli trtn Vflntiv nfnlri
Jliy 21. Work In rank of Esquire. Vis tine knights
alwajs wI(om WM. L CUL13U, C C.
Y Hobfrf K of It & S
qoldcn goldi:n ciwvxToiiar2ioC2.
-Tt. mts fieiy 1'rWn ev nin.-. Hull No
:. tnth ftoo-. Centur bu'l Ing N'n h
K.a&nrVP. nnd Ollit s'reets Ilusmes- of lm
jJjQ pi rttnn to all the old imnSiei ,-ll
-... . mml ejtp-cted PrMn, ilay 23.
CROWN Visitors cordla!l lnltf-i
J II MILLSR, C. C.
Henn C. gcott. IC of IL Z. S.
pvinc LODm;. no so, k. of i..
niseis evcrv WednosJav i iinr in On
tury bulMl'in. Nl'th and Olle street, j
jir'iiL'vip vjir v;ii-u jiiiu iiiturs runiu ij
invited Wcrk In the rank of ulre "Wediea
day evening. Mav 21 ? C ROGKKS, C C.
j v i nrnpoi1" rv m I". i
J'ARAOON LOLQ-3. NO. S, K. 01" P ,
meets tf y jupy'av een'ns In hill No.
Ct,"f SOId rollov.V hull ling. Nl. th anl OIe;
v- strfets Nest TiK-fdjj. rank of Knight.
jiemDers ana vinurt hip roruiu nMtea
hoy y rnnYiit;. c. a
Attest: Trank Johnson. K. of It. & S.
FREMIF.R I1DGE. NO HI. K Or P.
Regular mettlng 'vcrv Thurt'iav even
ing at hill No i. oi(. lllob' building.
Tlmrdav 31n !J- ,eRlln lire rn ict-
td to le preent Special lus,nt-s meeting. Vis
itors cordially Invited
JNO A BRUNER. C. C.
J F Wltte. K. of It & S
i m:u tjiujs: j-ui'ui-;. nu m it. tit i i
JA- Regular met'rt e ery Wednefdav even- '
W.T3rIrg at Odd Fellow V Hall. Ninth anl I
J Olive Neat metttl-R !tiv M Work In
the seconl rank. All Pvthlann fraternally
l.lllt' u IU l'c I'irrtiii
W I. TRFCKENMILLFR. C. C.
II W Beldlng. K. of R. i S
y.ULEMA 1X)I)GI:. NO 311. K. OFT,
meets Mondav evening In regular conven
tion. May 11. In Hall Nn 1. tenth do- r
fentutv building at S o'clock. Work In
amplified Hank f Knluht Members evpfct-'d
and visitors cordially invited to attend.
DOCTOR L II LEHMIIEIIC. G a
Attest: O. M. Brooks. K. of R. & R.
IMlSrnUCM ORDER ODD FELLOWS
.--. W1LDEY IXWQE NO i I. n
rafeRa" ' meets Tuel.l evening cf !
viJAlSe Ion k' bull llnjf. comrr Ninth oni4 I
Olive, at 8 o"cIoek. The third degreo wtll be
ccrferred Tuesday, May 2T Vieltorii cordlallv
Invited. J r FltlCIIAKD. N. O.
Herman Ileuser. S'rretsry.
ANCIKST FREE AID
COENEltSTONE IODGE. NO S. A.
F. & A. M. A special communication win
b beld at Masonic Teninle. tlrand nnit
Flnrev avtnues. Mond.iv ilip in ,r rn
m vork (lrst degree. AI'o a regular communi
cation at 8 p. m.. llrtt degree. Visitors alwavs
welcome. Mcmbiirs are specially requested to at
tend this meeting.
WALTER E. SEEUOSTEH. W. M.
James A Smith. Jr . Secretary.
a GEORGE WASHINGTON IXJDGE, NO.
V9- A- F- A i:- ulu holJ "tatert co-i-jP
nunlcvtlon at 5 o'clock 'lucsdvy evninj
' v v May 21. at Mascnlc Temple, Grand and
Flnue avenues. Vtork In the M. M degre-.
Members are earnestly requested to attend Vis
itors are always welcome.
A. L. MARION, W. M.
Henry Llhou. Eecretary
ITASKA LODGE. NO 12). A. F it A.
M fctated communlcattcn this (Monday)
evening. May 19. at S o'clock, at Granl
w ave. Masonic Temple. Work In F. C
JOHN M. lJUOADBCNT, V. M.
Adolph Klein topf. Hrcrctar.
MISSOURI IjODGEX NO. 1. A P. i A.
31. fctated communication on Thurfldav,
June 5, at 7:30 p. m.. at Corinthian Hal,
Grand Acnt.e Mascnlc TemrI n. A
degree; lmiK)rtant bus'ncFf Member, reqjestfd
and t lsltlnr brethren fra ternary lnltd to at
tend. CHAS. McLEAN, V. iL
John II D-fm-, Secretary.
OCCIDENTAL IjODCE NO. 1G3. A. V,
& A. M. Stated PAmmil'lll'fltlnn n, I'nrln.
lthlan Hall. Grand Avenue Mfonlc Tern-
re. mis .-vionanv, May 13. at R p. m.
.Vork In E. A. ,!erree VIIt!n(- tirjithrn
frafrnall Invited JOHN D. HAMILTON, V.'. M
A. I. Oliver, Secretary.
STANDING ELK TRIBE. NO .!.
Improved Order of Hfd Men. meets
every Thursday sleep at Druids' Hall,
scitbrafct ioi ner Ninth and Market
stieets, first Thursdvy of each moot.
Adoption degree; second Thursday. Warrior's de
gree; third Thursday. Chiefs degree; fourth
Thursday, tribal buslress. Vl3ltlng chiefs lntlt,-d
to our councils.
WALTER a MOORE. Sachem.
E. Scovll. C. tf R. :30 Wash st.
OltAND COUNCIL. MISSOURI ROY
al Arcanum. :C9-3U Holland Bulldlng
A ccrdlal welcome to visitors friends.
,yi brethren and members from abroad.
7 tr 11. iiaivi.n tt it.
b Jer. Haldeman. Arttn. nrnnil Kwt.
CARR LANE COUNCIL. NO. 0.
g Roval Arcanum, meets first and third
aionoajs ci eacn montn. at West End
Hall. Vandetenter and Flnnv si,nn,t
Members will please attend. Visitors from oth
er councils cordially Invited. Fine music and
entertainment at cery meeting.
. HORACE D. BARNES. Regent.
J II. Dsnn. Secretary.
COMPTON HILL COUNCIL. NO US
Royal Arcanum, meets first anl thri
yondavs of each month at Anchor Hall.
curner Jefferson and Pnrtc ann,i n a
p. m. Visiting brother rratsrnslly lml ed ts
attend. E. J. GOULD. Regent.
G. H. Frederick. Secretary.
VANDEVENTER COUNCIL. NO MM.
R. A., meets second and fourth TuesJAjs
of each month t Marten's Hall Chou
teau and Manchester avenues, visitors
cordially Invited to attend.
A. B. LEWIS, R.
Tnos. J. McCormack. Secretary.
KWI8HTS or COLCMBCII.
ST. LOUIS COUNCIL. NO.
. meets every first and third
Tuesday at West End Hall,
southeast comer Finney and
Vandeventer avenues. Vlsltlna
knblhls are cordially Invited.
JOHN S LEAHY,
Joa C. Carroll. Jr.. Recording
MARQUETTE COUNCIL. NO.
ECS. Knights of Columbus, meets
etiry second and fourth Tueeday
In the West Hall. Certury build.
Ins;. Ninth and Olive streets. Vis
iting knlthts cordially Invited.
W L MEE. Grand Knllht.
F. P. Leonard. Recorder.
MOUND CITT COUNCIL. NO. 15s.
National Union. mets on seconj and
fourth Frldavs each month at Howard's
Hall, corner Garrison avenue and Olive
street, at S o'clock. Next meeting. Mav
23. "Ladles' Nlcht." F. E. GUNN. President.
Richard E. Berger. secretary.
KMGIITS A'A'D LADIES OP fCGLRI'lY.
BDCERlTr COUNCIL. NO. 6S4. K. AND L.
of &cur.ty, meets every Monday nliht at S p.
m Phoenix Hall. Jefferson and Cas avenues.
Vls'tlnc knights and Udlca assured a cordial re
ception. E. J. TARLING. Prortdent-
Oussle Hart. Financial Secretary. No. ijuv.
xdi:pk.ndkxt ordeii foiiestehs.
court cotk brim.iantg, no. $25. i. o. f
Itrcattir reacting second end fourth Tuesday
1d each month at Bowtan'i Hall, northftait cor
ter Eleventh and Locuvi atrts. Vltfttlnc For
F X. ROTERMAKK. Chief Ranger.
Wm. O Wrlrht. R-eordlnc ftrcrvtary. No im
DrnffRed to Death In Rnnnvrny.
Paducah. Ky.. May 13. While Will Turner
and George Ivey, vouny nten of the county,
were driving to their home, their hore ran
away, both men being precipitated to tho
ground. Turner was dragged a considera
ble distance and killed. Iey escaped with
Couple "Wed at Centralist, 111.
Centraiia. 111., May IS. William Maxfield
and Miss Ruby Knight were married at the
First Baptist Church to-night, the Rever
end Doctor Richard Gorton o delating.
EAST SIDE NEWS.
Prospects Urifilit for Victory iu
St. Clair County Fight
TZast Side Democrats are farmlrs a oolll
front for the battle which I. to be waged
ag.tliiit tht Republicans thin fall. In St.
Clair County prospects are blight for a
Democratic victory, especially in county
olllces. The politicians who claim to know
what they are talking about, say that a
nomination on the Democratic ticket in St.
Clalr County thU ytar means an election
This Is evidently thought to le a fa:t by
probable candidates, who are llnlm; up
thtlr frienut this early bH"use of the t-s-CLllent
chances which the Democrat's ree.n
to liave of earrvii.s every olllce in tho
The oHlce for which there will be light
for the nomination i that of She-iff. fat.
Clair County Democrats concede thU oHlc"
to Ea&t t-'t. J-ouN. to be bettleil by tho
members of the parti there As a re-ult
there are three candidates Thomas .1. Can
avau, at pre-ent the Democratic member
of the Board of Election Commi'sioners.
ha3 announced hit candidacy, ami up to
date has made the most presre-s It's
friends have worked in every ward in the
town, and they aio not loslnp; any lira-' lit
the inte-cht of Mr. Canavan.
Another candidate la John Suess, at pres
ent Deputy Sheiilt at lltll li. .Mr.
Sucs-t has the backlns of l"r.ink It Uow
man. who, durii'g the list sprlns e.'.mpaUii,
obtained pleuses for h's protege Mr Sues I
v.as appointed to his positi' n in the Sher
iff s cliic.j through the inlluence of llr.
Iuis Menses of the Seventh Ward is an
other candidate. Mr. Menses has In en mak
Ini; a quiet canvas", and ha-. Interested a
number of his friends. Mr. -Menses was a
Candida',- for Sherilf several vears ago. lo
was defeated bv Jeff D.innlev.
Altogether, the race ttuns to be a free-for-all.
A dark-horse p.isll)!lity Is Hob
Monroe. Deputy Shrrllt at the National
Stock Yards. Mr. Monroe has not cnten d
the race, jet he would go after the nomi
nation verv fast If he thought he had a
good chance to get it.
1 rank C Smith, one of the stanch Dem
ocrats of Hast ft, Ixaiis, w It! 1 e a candi
date for Stale Senator Mr. Smith is at
present the Master in Chanter of the tCast
St.lxiiils Citj Court, an appointive position.
rtoston Mun Lectures tin I iilonlsm,
Memuets of the Am-lgamaied Associa
tlun of Iron, Steel anu r.n vv orkers lUtenei
to ,m .tddiesd ut tnc last t. Louis City
Hall auditorium vestcruay afternoon '
John L. l-hau.' of Boston, Mass. Hie talk
was t.n union-sin and me lauor tiuestion
and J.r. Chase's temarks Ulevs tnucn ap
plause. Iast bt Lttlll'l ItcitlN.
East &t IjuIj Ludc. No. 1Z, Brethcthood o'
Raaroud iraeaneii. Vtul imj d .ta uc.t niettn
Atuatsoa itei.i.g of lids wee, tjeve.al roatt
cent fcpt-aneife lia,e been eeeuitd
t-aat bt. Luuis LuQge. lvn g ,ts of CV.umbus,
Instituted a luue ti e.ll.un.u vc cit.a. 'luo
lncuibers t-epurl.a o er a special tiaia ou tan lla
tutln teatral itaa odd
C IX. l orman bt in New "V oik Cltt.
Mis. Lu1s iMur.ii lter Id v.hl i, to her j.areni.
Doctor ana A,rs. a vov-uu. ot tielietiiie.
.ttisci i laiiK e l.3 croix has retLr..eJ to l.er
helitu la Lr. etenevieve. .uo . ltcr a visit to tno
aiubei, ouiioa oi. -Vita blta.
Mrs. D. il. s,rcci.er v.li enttitaln tae mem
bers oi tnu i-auiea l-lterury e.oe.g inursaay
-Ml lt.u DvUtchman of B lljvillfi la visiting
tita ziT. aau aus e.ti.irles -.ltrKcr ox Mlcsuuu
Mi und Mrs. I'. P Hijer ot North Eighth
street MU deiuit lias teec tor a v.h.t Ij liunua
and reluuteb in i-tanitlile', luu.
Mr. and Mrs. I.arl T. Jic.ca. Mr. and ilrs. s.
EUbtturlh. Mrb L i.iUuorth. it. a. B. Bmt
liue. Mrs. t. l'l.i.cr ad Mlaj Ittno Jones iia.a
letumed from a plL.a-bnt vtslt ij Irieua nd
Ib.atUed 111 Mtbctlj. Jk
I'AUOCEIAL SCHOOL I'JC.MCS.
Cltlldrcu I11 Uiiuene I'tJitecont Mon
Uu iu St. Clair luuiit) 1'arki.
To-da, Pentecost Monday, has been select
ed as a picnic day by tho majority of tho
parochial schools in fat. Clair County, and
Belleville in particular. A score of pic
nics will be held. Tho most important will
fat. Paul's school children will celebrato
at Elmer's Hill. Uelleville. A parade will
piecedo the picnic. There will be music
and a general good time at tho hill. In tho
afternooy the P.eierend JJrich Becker, the
pastor, will deliver an address.
Eton's Lutheran Church congregation will
give Its annual school picnic at Prlester's
I'ark. The picnickers will leave the school
house at 9 a. m. and will march to the pub
lic nruare .where three Suburban cars wnlch
have been chartered will be In waiting.
They will leave at 9:15 a. m. A round trip
rate of 10 cents' has been made. At Prles
ter's Park the pastor, the Reverend Mr.Wn
Schenck. will deliver an address, after
which the festivities will follow.
The annual school picnic of Christ Church
School, West Belleville, will be held In
Huff's Garden. Good mu-ic and plenty of
refreshments have been provided.
The Catholic schooLi of Kayotteville will
hold tholr picnic In the Fajettevllle Turner
Park. A parade will start at 10:30. The
Favotteville Band will furnish the music
The Evangedcal protectant Sunday
School of Mascoutah will enjoy its annual
picnic at Turner l'ark this afternoon. A
parade will start from the church at 1 p.
in., ami after moving over the principal
streets will disband at the park.
r.vssiox i'l.vy ix l'icTuitcs.
Entertainment To-Msht the Lawn
of the V. M. C. A. Home.
Georgo T. Coxhead of St. IaiuIs yesterday
delivered an address to the members of the
Bellevlllo Branch, Y. 31. C. A., on the
grounds of the association. The members
of the association brought many of their
lady friends and relatives.
To-night and to-morrow night the "Pas
sion Play" of Oberrammersau will be re
produced on the lawn of the Y. 31. C. A.
home, with the aid of a moving-picture ma
chine. A programme of vocal and Instru
mental music will also be given.
3I.VYOH MAY 3IAKC AIIOI.TME?TS.
Slinlee-Uik of Itcllevlllc Police Depart
ment Is Anticipated To-Mtrlit.
The Belleville City Council will meet In
adjourned session this evening, when 3Iayor
John B. Ilav i expected to make his ap
pointments for the coming vear.
There have been all sorts of reports In
Belleville, all of which the Mayor has re
fused to verify, concerning his probable ac
tion on appointments, this year. A shake
up of the Police Department Is predicted.
Cases bet for Trlull.
Cases set for trial in the Circuit Court at
Belleville to-day ate
Fred Sllch vs. St I,ouIs. Belleville and Sub
urban Railua Com pan j . ca-c.
H. J. and W. It. Drummond vs. Earbara
Hooker Lumber Company vs. E. W. Harris;
Anthony Ittrer Brick Comptny vs. P. riannery
& Son; appeal,
Chas. Ncustadt. executor, etc., v. ColIInsvillo
and Caseyvllla and East Si. Louis Railway
E. G. Saner vs Mary Roue et al : appeal.
J. L. lglns vs .Louis Rosenfleld et aL;
Jere-s Hie Sole.
B. A. Me T", proprietor of the Jersey villa
Urlvlnc Club stable, reported to the police thit
a, horse was ttolen from him by a stranger early
yesterday mornlaj. The man hhed a horse and
bucey to drio tu the railroad station with ba?
CaEe. According to Mr. Myer. the itranger did
not i;o to the station, i but left the city In a
southerly direction Thepol!ce in the surround
ing towns were notified of the affair. The hor
li a sorrel, with blaze face, clumlsly bu it, and
had an open bridle The rle was a top buxsy.
ith piano bd. painted green The BtranRer
wa Bmooth-slrnen and wore n. Ftraw hat. Mr,
Meeri lost a valuable saddle LorM in a ilrallar
manner less than lx months ago.
Quarterly meeting: cen! was conducted at
First M. E. Church. Jerseyvillc, esterday. The
service wa in chirife of the Reverend V. H
Gannaway. pastor cf the First M. E. Church
at Kane, assisted by the Reverend Doctor C. B.
Bes3e. pas'or of the JersejUUa ccgregatlon.
Th" annual vacation Inltute of the Cal
houn County teacher will be hld at Hardin, frcm
July 21 to August 1. The Institute will be In
charge cf Professor C!yd Sloan of Carrollton.
p pointed bv Professor Charles T. Yerkes of
Bunker Hill. 111.
On account cf tha absence of the pastor, tha
Reverend J. G. Klene. who is In New York City,
in attendance at the annual s-sslon of the Pres
byterian General Asuembl), no sermons were de
livered eterday in First Presbyterian
Church at JerseyIlle
The funeral of Jerome Mll!er took place yes
terday morning from his home, northeast of
Jersey Ule. The Hcvcrerd Stephen Catt of
Jereeyville officiated, and the burial was in Oak
Grove Cemetery- -
Paul Chapman cf N W. Harris & Co . bank
ers of Chicago, spent Sunday as the guest of
his parent?. Senator and Mrs. T. 3. Chapman, in
"Dude" Who Did Volunteer Serv
ice at Edwardsville Station
Is Killed bv Train.
"Dude," the railroad dog. Is dead. "Dude"
was only a dog, his name was not written
among thosn dogs of high degree, for his
ancestry would be absolutely untraceable,
but he possessed a wider circle of human
acquaintances than falls to the lot of most
'Dude" was the property of Fred Blumi
of Edwardsvllle, but for several vears was
unolliciall recognized as on detached serv
ice of the several railroads entering tho
uptown station, lu the capacity of crossing
watchman, 'ihe Blumes live near the de
pot, and soon rfter he rame into their pos
session, the little tenler became possessed
of the idea that he must watch the grado
crossings, of vvhlcn there are a number in
For more than two vears he has met
every inbound train, and precedtd the loco
motive, balking an energetic warning. Ills
Plan of action was to dash down the main
line as soon as a train whistled In the lower
.uds, und, turning about, speed ahead of
the engine until It stopped at the platform.
To ordinary smtcnlng lie paid no attention.
Watching the crossing became a mania,
with him. and as the companies provide no
nutchint-n he was really useful, and many
a sohoo'.'hiid has been warred of the ap
proach of danger by the frantic barks of
the dojr when the warnlns bell by reason
ot Its fatniliarltv' might have passed un
noticed. "Dude's" end came jesterdav- afternoon
A Terminal train, several minutes late and
making time, piovetl too speedy fcr the lit
tle pilot ahead, and he was run down di
rectly in front of the door of the ladles'
waiting-room. "Dude" is mourned sincere
ly bv the railroad men and suitable burial
In the Wabash I'ark will be given.
Oancticu Ixw.ge, Knights of Tythlae, nt
tenl il dUlne prI"c at St. J'jhn'K M. K fh'irch
wstc.ilj mirnlns. Th1 memlipr of tho local
ioilK', toithrr ' ith -Weltir,? ileirgatlcna from
Tny anil Olen Cnrlon, mir hd tu the church
In a In-dy. lioctrr Clarr-nce O Ktmall, tho jta
t. -. prcarhM upin the topic ' An Knltf ire of
Thrift Ufe In One Sentence At night the
thlrtctnth anniversary of the Upvrorth lagua
Tin last day fir flIin,T cases for th May
te m In th" Vail!nn County Circuit c. urt ha
pESsVtl. nn 1 the entry bok shows slxt une mw
en Judce II H Uui roughs i ill me t 'hi
attorneys to-morrow for the purpose of setting
Th Oirl'tlan nnltaT c.'intv Con -ntlin
will tf htld this 3n.r at Hlithlanl. M.turJsy
anj bundav. Jura 14 and IS, haw Lcen tleclJl
upon as the dat-.
Vict l'rcIdfnt I C. I Ianes and General
Mina?or J M I.ran lette of the nat SM- lines
hae detennined upon .in extension through
Ildwardsiltlo of scitral blocks twjond th pres
V.'. D Itenfro of Troy, president of the Mad
!on County ulJ fcettltrs' A sedition, has called
tr-e annual reunlrn for June 4, In llnardsvllle.
U H Hhiwburp, a lone distant. cylist from
Fhawano, 1 , paed thr(.m;h town yesterday
en his return fn m a trip to Colomdo on his
w heel 1 1 is c flometer shuw ed that h ha 1
toeiei 3,l-Ji 4 mUs.
HISTORIAA'S hlSTIHt DCVD.
32rH. Ilebccoit rierson Warn the Oldest
.Member of l'lrat KuptUt Church.
Mrs. Itebt-cca Stetson Harry Pierson of
Alton died .yesterday sho-.ly after noon at
th home oi her son, V. M. Pitrbon. at Xu.
S2i Eabt Mfth street. Mrs. Pierson a-
born In Boston, M.t. Juiil Jj, 1SH, and
was Urn widow of ilark Pier-on, ono of tno
pionen b.jt-Inesij men of Alton. She wj
also the sister of the Kecrend Jchn Stet
on llarry. the Massachusetts historian,
and of the Heverend William Barry, tha
founder of the Chicago Historical Society.
Mre. Pierson was tho oldest member of
the First Baptist Church In Alton, halnjr
Joined that congregation In 1S3T Tho funeral
v.hl take plact on Tuesday morning from
tho Pierson residence.
Alton Notes nrnl I'cnonnli.
The Alton police aro of the opinion that th
two men recently committed to the Mad'sn
County Jail at tlwaidslllo on the charge ct
robbing il.jy Holdn. at th gate- to his home
in Henry btreet, are tho men who robtd th
etore of Mgmund Bros, at bt Paul, Charles
Count, Mo, on the n'sht of May 6, and shot
lrank Sigmund perhaps ratall A reward of
JUW has been offnied Jor the arret of the high
.ucjtn who did the Job at fa.- 1'aul. Two men
enteitd ths Btora and rilled th cash draper
and one id.ot hjyinund when he disco, e red ttuni.
A third robber i -aid to hao stol outside.
'Ihe Alton police will conduct a thorough exain
estlgatlon. On of the men arrested at Alton
gae the namo of AMlsn, and said that his
home was iu v-an I 'ran Cisco, nnd the other gate
nla name as lit r kit?, and ald he lUed at Ibrra
Th members of the Alton Council of tho
Knights of Columbus went O Carllavllle. Ij; ,
jeMerday and nsststo! In the work of instituting
a lodge of tho order In that city The Alton
knisnts wnt In a special train oer the Clilcag
ami Alton road, which left Alton at 10 o c!ok
jesterda morntnj, returning at midnight.
President Stanley A. McKay of Shurtleff
Coll"? occupied the pulpit of the First Baptist
Church at i'inkncylhe. 111, jeetcrday.
Harry Adams aged 11 jenre. died Saturday
eening of splnil menlrgltiK at the home of hit
grandfather, the Uptrend J. H. Jones, in Sem
inary street. Upper Alton The funeral arranse
innt hw not beea completed
The freshman class at bhurtlcff College give
a picnic at Clifton Terrato on ;?aturda aiter
noon in honor of tho Janior class.
Lucas rfeiffmberger. chairman of tho Dem
ocratic City Central Committee of Alton, has
called a special meeting of tho tommlttee for
tMs even'ng in the Council Chamber T7ir ques
tion of euxin a totlnj primary will be dis
cussed The primary will be held on Saturday,
May 31, to select delegate to tha Madison Coun
t Democratic Xommatirg Convention, which
will bo held at Edwardsvllle on Monday, Juno 2.
At thA convention Jelegates will be reiected to
the State, Congressional and Senatorial coa ca
tion Manager W. M. Sau.ag cicscd the theatrical
reason at tre Templo Thtater In Alton last een
Irg with the presentaltoi of "Down the Slop-
by the Hoit Comedj Company One hundrM anl
rishti-two pnformanrs l.aie been gUen at the
TVmple during th last seison. the total attend
ance reachlrg almott the 10) 000 mark.
The men's metlng at ths Y M C. A. at
Alton jesterday afternoon was conducted by W.
I Griy of the Drtw Theological Seminary.
Ira D. Hicks end Ml-s Bertha Bailey, both
of Alton, -weie married on .Sunday evening by
Justice B. C. lew
A special music programme was rendered last
evening by the choir of the rirst Prcbjterian
Church at Alton Thi p-ogramroe include 1 a
hjmn. lvrltttn in memory of the latti Wilbur
Perrv Norton son of Po3tmater "W. T. Norton
of Alton, bv Prcfeso- W D Armstrong director
of the School of Music at Shurtleff Co lege. The
death of voung Norton occurred In New York
from tjphcld fever
The pacrnment of cenflrmation wa adminis
tered at PS Tetrr and Paul s CithertrU In Alton
je-terday morning to a claen of fifty by th Bight
Reverend James Ujan. H -hop or Alton. The con
nrmatlcn followed immediately afier high mai
The sacrament of conllrmatlon wbs admlnlslrrod
bv Ittshr.p Ilan to a s'ml'ar cai at St Pat
rick's Church. In Eat Fourth street, jesterday
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Iliihop Scj-monr Confirm.
The n'cht Ileterend George T. Seymour.
D D. LL. IX. Hi-hop of the Sprlnglleld
Diocese preached and administered confir
mation at St. George's Church. EcIlcv'"'V
esterdav mornins. The pervlce was" a
sol.mn clcbratlon of the Holy Uucharl
The conllrmatlon c!a& was large and com"
prised manj adults.
PaJucah. Kl . Hay IS. RKer raui. rsad T
Th. nick Towl.r arrh r.i from Cairo at 9 S'cInrV
(his mornins anj leaves on r.turn trip ?a h?
rcsular tlmn to-morrow mornlnsr st S 11 -Th-,
J B Flnl-y. sjlth .a Wc tow ofmStle.. V,,!
"!" to-n!s;ht and Ieai.s at noon to'-inorrow fur
Care Glra.rdeau. Ho .. JHy lj -Weather cloujr.
I.llrht show.rs this aft.rnonn Th Cllv of st
Louis up ISO p. m The lire. b in, .? 1 .
m- T,1VP'eV,'r do?C.n 6 a m "turnlne 10:30
a m Tho Polar av at wharf w 1th thrV e
barce. to IcaJ ties between h.re and Wltt.r
Lnnf. Th Cap. Girardeau up 10 n m las'
nleht. r.rt.r falling. Gauc marks 13 feet
Chcst-r. III.. May IS -Up: Cltv of ShefhM
8am. Columbia 1S:!4 p m.. Prov!deni " -r,
p. m. Rlckman 4:20 p in. Down: ChetPr ltlso
p. m.. Columbia 1 a m.. Providence with ex
cursion. 2 n m Weather cloudy. Gauc'a 8 C
feet and falling. ""
Grand Tower. Ill . May IS. Chester' djwn ,t
3::o a. m. Caps Girardeau up at t a. n Ches
ter un at 2:Wr- " The sauge reads 11.5 feet
ard f-dtlns-. Weather cloudy and warm
Memphis. Tern. May 18. The river here Is on
a stand with 9 8 feet en the frauge. AH tha
packets due to-day arrlrd on time. Th- Kats
Adams, just off of the wais at Paducah. arrive:
at 1 p. m. and re-umts her plaeo to-morrow It
the J!tIT,phs and Arkansas City trade Th tw
bcat Jesle with a barge loaded with Iocs pasjed
up at 11 a. m. for St. I.ouls. rtecelpts by rive-to-dav
were 9 bales cotton. 8 bass seed cotton
and r.5i5 sacks cotton ed.
Cairo. III.. May 13 The rler fell .2 of a fjt
during the past 21 hours: the pause reads 13. S
feet. Tha weather is verv warm, cloudy and
tfcreatcnlff rain. The Dick Fowler arrived at 3:3)
a. m. and returned to Paducah at 4 a. m . hav
IiF a rroderate trio. The Aalon from Clnrln
nstl with a trood trip ?rrled at 4 a. m. 3he dis
charged here S00 barrels cf trlassware for re
shipment and deo&rtMl (or umthi. its nou.
OUR PATTERN DEPARTMENT.
EacH 10 Cents Each.
Of li I 'l li ' I'T.V i
I ill I V
6, 8, 10 and 12 years.
BE SURE A.M) FILL IX YOUR
TUC DCDIIDI IPJC nDnCD Dl
ItlL. 111.1 UULIU O UtlUll
fend 10 cent? (one eller dime) to The ItepuMe Pattern Department, r.epubllc
hiilldinR, for KACII pattern orJcred, and Inclose this blank, properly filleJ out with
your name, adJress and use for each pattern ordered.
No. JC03. Girl's Ureas. Ag..
No. EGi'i. Girl's Drcfs. Age.
The City "of St Boul trom Nw Orlwan" with
a UTht trip arrived at 5 a m.. ard. having don
no Lu.ircES here, departed for it lyu!s at 6
a m The P.ees lea arrived at 4.2'J a m from
Memphis with a Usht trip, consisting of bucket
Ftavts and ?undrle Hhe matV a few additions
and departed to St I-juIs at 7 a m. The Frel
Ha'twer ficm Caruthersville vrlth 2 barges of
lumber arrived t XI a m Ph will return
south to-morrow Th. City of Clifton from St.
Louis and the City of Memphis frcm the Ten
nce Itiver are due.
Pittsburg. Pa.. Maj IS River 4 feet; stationary-
Weather cl'nx and warm
Cincinnati. O. Mij IS UUer 9 feet T Inches,
falling: Weather cl"ar and warmer
I,ouivlIle. Ky. Ma 18 Itiver falllrg: In
canal 5 feet S inches, on falls 3 feet 6 inches:
Mow locks 9 fe?t 6 inches Weather cloudy and
Wheeling. W. Vn , May IS. River 5 feet 2
Inches rlplnc fIowIj.- Clear: warm.
Bvansvllle. ind . May IS. River IS feet
Inches; falling Clear.
Mrs. Illclock's Relatives Await
Jlore Detailed Information.
No definite arranBemcnt had been mads
last nleht for the funeral of Mrs. William
31. Blelock of No. 4251 Washington boule
vard. Members of the family were cspect
lns every moment to receive more detailed
information from Nauhelm. Germany,
where Mrs. Blelock died. The cablegram
announcing her death contained no Informa
tion cccept that the body would be brought
back to St. Iuls for burial.
Mrs. Blelock's death was a very great
shock to her relatives, who had recently
received news of a ery encouraglne nature
from Nauhtlm, a famous summer reso-t
In Germany, where she had been staging.
For the last year she has been traveling In
an endeavor to recocr her health. Last
Julv she went to I!e lieach and remained
at that resort until September. Her hus
band and Mrs. C. N. Hushes, her sister,
accompanied her on this trip. From Jto
Beach the party journeyed to Europe, nnd
spent all of last winter in Home, going
from there to Nauheim In April
Mrs. Blelock was born at Carrollton, III.
For many jear she was a resident of
Cairo. 111. Tnerty-flve years ago she camo
to St. Luuis from Topcka, Kas., and has
since been a resident cf this city. William
M. Blelock. her huband. Is president of the
Blelock Manufacturing Company. Mrs.
Blelock Ieaes live sons, four of whom are
connected with the Blelock Manufacturing
FELL FROM HOTEL WINDOW.
J. II. Fitch, a Roomer at Grand
Hotel, Seriously Injured.
J. II. Fitch, a roomer at the Grand Hotel,
Sixth and Pine streets, fell out of tho third
story window about 0 o'clock last night and
was taken to the City Hospital In a seri
ous condition, suffering from a compound
fracture of the skull, several fractured ribs
nnd Internal injuries.
The exact cause of the accident is not
known, but it is thought that Titch was
sitting on the window sill of the third
ttory, about thirty feet above the pave
ment, tryirg to net cool. He lost his bal
ance and fell to the pavement. He was
p'eked up unconscious by Policeman Good
tpf the Central District and forwarded to
tho city lnutitution.
TRACKS WERE WASHED AWAY.
Two Cloudbursts Along Line of
Chicago and Great Western.
St. Joseph. Mo., May IS. The Chicago.
Great Western Hallway was a severe suf
ferer from a cloudburst last night, both
on the Des Moines and the Chicago divi
sions. More than ISO feet ot track and
grading wert destrojed at Fairbanks, sc'en
miles this rldo of Oclv.eln, and about I0O
feet were wiped out catt ot Oelweln on the
Tnc train scheduled was abandoned to
day, nnd it Is expected through trains will
r.ot run from either Chicago or St. Paul
before to-morrow night or Tuesday. The
storm did immense damage to crops, a strip
a mile In width and tnenty-flve miles In
length being almost denudtd of vegetation.
Mlssonrlnns in ctt Yprk.
New York. May IS. Among the arrivals
at the hotels here to-day were the follow
Et. Louis R. B. Duls, Mi's A. Schuman. Hol
land: I. M. Harris. J. C. Henley, L. Treund,
lr.ip trial; II. Mlson and Mrs. Wilson. C M.
Acker. Herald Square; C. K. Bates. F. P.
ICalsT. A. A. Wallace ana airs, nanare, jtra.
A. O Cochrane and Mtf. Cochrane Waldorf;
1 8. J. Nichols, Manhattan: If Crawford. Hoff
1 man; It. Ii Fercuson. Uroadway Ce-itraJ: I".
B Klrr. AIbrt. W. W. Kennedy and Mrs. Ken-
nedy. Union STjare; I. M. Hall. Astor: E. Hat-
tensaur. l-iriinftton; jt. jtrag, siuitcvjuu, n.
H. McKay, Grand Union; E. L. Adrlon. Cri-
'nansas Clty-J W. Wilson. D. L. Merrill. Jr.
Herald Scuaro R Keith, Manhattan: J. C.
Mitchell. Murrsy Hill
St Joseph W. Lotnff. Jr.. New Amsterdam.
CHILD FELL FltOM PORCH Grsice
Ring. 6 vears old, stepdaughter of Orla
George of No. 1S31 South Fourteenth street,
while playing on the porch on the second
floor at her home yesterday afternoon fell
to th ground, a distance of ten feet. She
struck on her forehead Inflicting several
deep scalp wound'. The child's injuries
were drcsed by Doctor Yon der Au and
pronounced not serious.
STUART MCMOIUAI. SE1WICE A.
service in memory of John Guy Stuart,
a prominent tleif-mute, was conducted at
St. Thomas's MHsion vestrrdav morning by
the Reverend James H. Cloud. The serv
ice was conducted both orally and In tho
sign language. A special music programme
was also given for the benefit of those able
to enjoy the music.
vysy7 i-aJixuive Diumu-uiuiuc ""
rf eyyatiss(Titi tauai? Hat cm a cola la o !
4, 6, S, 10 and 12 years.
CORRECT POST OFFICE ADDRESS.
AM If FOK AVY PATTKU. AXD
SIZKS JJAJJnD AMOVE.
LEE LIKE STEAMERS.
To Memiililx. 57.OO Kuatit Trip, f 1S.00
Inclutlls M'lls an.i IWth.
I or Chstr. Gra.u Towfr. Cap Girardeau.
Cairo. Jlfmrihls and all way Itndlnss. taJtlnir
treisht ror all nay landings throum to Xesr
111 r? a ''""nis on Arkansas ItHer to PIos
Ri:n I.KB. Tu"!ly. 3Iay . p. m.
1 Krni'.S LCK. FtldaT. Hay 23. 5 p. m.
ircm wharfUjit root or Olive st
I'hras: Main lvTZ. Klnlocn A 7S1.
ij. r. Albliz. com. Ajt.: D. M. Connors. Gea.
DI.?.K03 JO VMZ STEAMERS.
JlS.-.J For Torpletcn. Hambu:c. lloi'er'..
SCtjfZi C!arkslll. Ioulslana. Ilanitl.
-- iiincy, Keouk. Nauioo, Fo-t ilS'il
scn and Curlirjfton,
Irfaves TufsSay. 2iay :o. s p m.
FOR ST. PAUL
And Intermediate Points.
L'ar.s Saturdaj. ilav 24. at 4 p m.. from
harfboat. fort of Vahintoa n.nwe
. . . L I'- ItUhK. Gsn. Ast.
Thone. Main H17
LOW IS It MISSISMPPI.
COLUMBIA PACItrrP COMPACT.
Th only regular Ste. Genevleva, St. Marys aaol
Leaves eery Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday
at 4 p m . from Diamond Jo wharfbost
HUNTER BEN JIi.NKl.NS. U.c.rsl AscnU
Prions Main 3H7A.
St. Louis -Chester -Caps Girardaaj Uas.
STR. CITY OF SHEFFIELD.
Will leate wharfbeat. foet cf Pine street. Mon.
?,iJ1- W'!n"4a)s and Fridays at 4 p. m. fol
Grand Tovter and all Itindlcsrs.
Will leave Tuda-. Thursdaja and Saturdays at
f ";. m- or Cap Girardeau and all principal
isndlnas. Quick time, best iciornmodatlona.
Phones. Main 4SA and A 111.
JOHN B MASSI.GALK. Aesat.
ST, LOUIS & TENNESSEE RIVER PACKET CO
1 ffjV c For Cr.s-ter Mttraberir.
l3rtt-"r " Cape Girardeau. Cain
.v?Jlia' and all points on Ohltr
rolnta on Uhltr Cmnnrlsnl
ana Tennessee Titers
STEAMER CITY OF CLIFTON
Will Ieae wharf boat, fuct of Pine St.. Monday.
May 19. at 5 p m.
JNO. E. MASSENGALE. A sent.
Phone Main 43A and Klnlcch A112.
EAGLE PAGXET COMPANY
The Only Slile-Whrcl Steniaer for
GAPE tmRDEAU, COMMERCE
Anil all way landings, steamer Capt? Glrarlenu
leaves wtiarfbo.it loot cf VIc st. Mondays an4
Fridays, z p. m
Str. llald Kagl for Prorla and all way landlnr.
WednMtfiys and Saturday. 4 p. m
Phone Main 233. H. W. LKTIIR arent
Leaves foot of Carr street Tuesday, May 20. at 4
p. m . for New Haven. Washington. Hermann.
Jefferson City. Wolff's Point ami all way land
ings. LAWRENCE MACUONALD, Agent.
Phone M I3J.
Mrs. Tiffin and her little daughter de
parted Wednesday for Ottawa Kas.. where
they will spend a month visiting Mrs. Tif
Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Jacques ot Kansas
City will reside with their daughter, Mrs.
Samuel Pryor. Mr. Jacques has gone to
Kansas City to close his former horns.
Mrs. Ernest Wills and her son have)
gone Kait for the summer.
Mrs. W. J. Anderson of St. Louis has
rented the Thoroughman place on tha
rock road for the summer.
Doctor Charles Powell has let the con
tract for a JT.fCO residence, which he will
build on the rock road.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson of
Greenville III . are visiting Mrs. Anderson's
sister. Mrs. Edward Cunningham.
Mis Orllne and Ml3 LJUie Anderson ot
Grccmllle. Ill.,are the guests of Mr.. Doug
las. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Breck of Webster
Groves are visiting Mr. and Mrs. David
MIs Leila Martin and Mr. Anthony
"Von Phul of St. Louis have been tho guests
of Mrs. T. T. Shrcve.
Mrs. Elsworth Smith and Mrs. Shep
pard Cabanne have returned to St. Louis,
after a (visit to Mr. and Mm. J. Sheppard
Miss Anna McColIough of St. Louis Is
the guest of her sister. Mrs. Douglas Ley
ton. Mrs. Andrew Wallace, who has for the)
past month leen the guest of her mother,
Mrs. S. R. Layton. departed Tuesday for
her homo In Versailles, Ky.
Miss May Atkinson. Mr. Guy Bryan and
Mr. Tyrell Williams of St. Louis have been
visiting Mrs. A. A. Janls.
Miss Ruth Jordan is visiting Miss Anna
Zott of St. Louis.
Mr. James Dysart of St. Joseph. Mo.
Is visiting his brother-in-law. Professor
D. W. Groves.
Mrs. Rutherford Cook of St. Louis Is
tho guest of her mother. Mrs. Larkin.
Miss Creta Benton has been entertained
by Mrs. R. E. Smith.
Mra Olln Boggess and Miss Anna Hamil
ton have returned from Farmlngton. Mo.,
where they attended the convention of the
Woman's Foreign Missionary Society.
The new Methodist parsonage will be
ready for occupancy the latter part of next
(rfgnahue is oa every box of tlie iretmln
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