OCR Interpretation


The St. Louis Republic. (St. Louis, Mo.) 1888-1919, June 22, 1902, PART II, Image 17

Image and text provided by State Historical Society of Missouri; Columbia, MO

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84020274/1902-06-22/ed-1/seq-17/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 3

THU UtorVbLiLV: SUIiDAY. JUNE 22. 1902.
.
l i
-5t
I?!?
I
classmates, the thirteen graduates of the
Visitation Convent. The clas3 colors, yel
low and white, were uaed for decoration.
The running gear of the tally-ho was yel
low and it was drawn by four white
horses. On the wht and horn were large
bow. of jellow ana white ribbons. Each
young lady wore on her left shoulder a ,
large bow of yellow and white ribbon with I
long streamers.
After visiting the parks and the World's
Vair site, the Jolly thirteen were driven to
Miss Morgan's home, where a dainty lunch
as herved. Tne dining-room was decorat
ed with Amenran Beauty roses.
Sirs. C. IS. Morgan chaperoned the party.
The members of the class, are the Misses
Van Hammet. Mary Downs. Bessie Camp
bell. Mary Chapman. Laura Hemp. Dollie
Farrcll. Florence Kaffer. Eltle Hughes,
lmz G. Iteitz. Constance l'urdy, Clara
H- rber. Norine Schlllig and Esther Morgan.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Dandridge of No. 4048
t cok avenue entertained last Tuesday night
in honor of their daughter. Mis Neva
lundridge. Mr?. Anna Cross and Miss
Martha Pohlraan assisted in receiving the
g..stx. v.ho spent the evening in dancing,
interspersed with games and u programme
ot vocul and instrumental music, after
nh cli supper was served. The guests wtre:
.1I"--M-?
M irtha Pohlman.
f'ora Dennis.
Pauline Jones,
Messieurs
(J. orgo Jack.
l'rtd Kraemer,
William Miller.
Clara Kraemer.
Jennie Tacketc
Arthur Kraemer,
Omar Larkins.
Jame Tackett.
wimmins party, given by Mr. E. J.
V amsganz, took nlace at the Catalpa Swim
mint school last Thursday night. The chap
Tins of the party were Mr. and Mrs. John
Sijikes. The quests Were:
JlcseS-
Cul.lon,
Gussle and Amelia
Smith.
Minnie Guenchic,
Annio Stuckes,
Clara Kuehl,
Katie Wahl,
Lena Larunz.
Henry Meyer,
John Taylor,
Will Hartie.
James Dickens.
Will Schucrman.
Itnse and Josle
Hickson. East St.
Louis.
Anna and TIUIc .
S"holl.
T.xilu Metz.
Knil Shea,
M,.mr and Annie
M.leurs
K J. Wamsganz,
Goo. Metz,
Peter Ipson.
James Taylor.
Arthur Thompson,
cnarics jjoenmer.
Telegraph your friends you are coming to
C.nclnnati ia Big Four.
Miss Eleanor Feb! was pleasantly sur
prised by friends Saturday evening. Vocal
s-fUctiony. plavlng game and dancing were
the enjnyments of the cninp. A repast
was served at 12 o'clock, after which the
quests all played merry until the "wee. sma
hours"' f the morning Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs H. Manelte.
Mr and Mrs. H. Grashoff.
2li
Mcramec Highlands. The afternoon was
spent in rowing and games and the evening
in dancing. Among those present were
Misses Alice Antrum. Lulu Schopp. Mamie
Hough. May Croghan, LIHie Sullivan and
Stella Flood.
Calling cards Mermod & Jaccard's.
The regular meeting of the C E. C. was
held at the home of Miss Ella Townsend
in Taylor avenue, on Thur-5ay
evening. June 19. Longfellow's "Evange
line." the study of the club, was read in
part and discussed. A feature of the even
ing was a beautiful picture of "Longfel
low's Library," which wai one of the flrht
steel engravings produced of his library.
The programme consisted of readings from
Longfellow's pen, as fellows: "Killed at
the Ford." Miss Short; "The Meeting,"
Miss Millie Wright; "Youth and Age." Miss
Myra Townsend; "Span'sh Jew's Tale,"
Mrs. Concannon. The musical part of the
piogramme. vocal selection. Longfellow's
"Bridge," Miss Ella Tonnsend; mutiral se
lection, "Dew Drop." Ml E1U Townsend:
vocal, "Single Life Is a Happy Life," Miss
Birdie Short: vocal, "Loop the Loop." Mlsa
Ella Townsend: vocal, "Kutchy-Kutchy
Coo." Miss Myra Tewnsend. Luncheon was
served by the hostess. The next meeting
will be at Mrs. Concannon's home. North
Ncwstead avenue.
Thrse prtsent were Misses Birdie Short.
Millie Wright. Julia Shepack. Ella and
Mvra Townsend, Gertrude Howard and
Mrs. Belle Concannon.
The Larkes Bowling Club was entertained
Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Fisher. No. 1622 Park avenue, in honor
of Mr. I Fisher's twenty-lint blrth.iiy. .
Among those present were:
.Messieurs
r
Oscar G. Bieden-
steln.
Adolph I. Zcibig. Jr.,
Paul Fisher.
J. E. McConnell.
A. J. Sltz
S Adler.
S. Young.
Miosis
Hose Probst.
Gertrude Mueller.
K Martie.
Hubs Garrett.
Carrie Probst,
Anna Probst.
Sarah Cunningham.
Felix Fisher.
Henry Hackman,
G. Hackman.
L. Hackman.
C. W. Spieler,
J. Zlmmcrly.
B. McKernan.
J. Hum.
Mollle Fisher.
Minnie Fisher.
Anna Zcibig.
Mamie Richman.
Lizzie Cunringhnn),
E. Hurn.
Helen Meyer.
An outing was given by the Jolly Sixteen
last Sunday at Horseshoe Lake. The merry
crowd left at 8 in the mornlnr. The day
was spent in games and dancing and after
an enjoyable t me returned late in the
evening. Among those present were:
musses
Uzzie Fehl.
Theresa Ganter,
Emma Herder.
Martha Welson.
Anna Fehl,
Messieurs
Ed Eagle.
John Ganter,
Georse Root,
A. Goerlsh,
C. Pound,
Kate Herder.
Lucy Beekman,
Mrs. J. Ganz,
Mrs. W. Henrlch.
H. Krueger,
George Kistner,
"Will Cresla,
W. Henrlch.
A pleasant birthday surprise party was
given to Miss Lulu Heldemann at the So
cial Turner Hall. Saturday evening, June
34. Dancing and singing were the main
features. Those present were:
Heimbtrger. Mamie Bemsreither,
Hilda Bertram. Edwardsvllle. 111.,
Anna Bertram. Ida Smith.
Clara Aurdembrlnck. Littla Elckoster.
Lyda Meyer. Lizzie Bucdlnger,
Laura. Eckert. Helen Dleckmeyer
Wellston, Mo., AnnaHoetker
Messieurs
Herman C. Flunker.
H. C. Lehrmann,
nans Ainrecnt.
Frank Stegemann.
ill Heldemannn,
George Heldemann.
Albert Heldemann.
Chas. Engelbreht.
H. Sprlngmever,
Gust. D. Bie.it
Oscar V. Dish,
E. Eckert,
Wellston. Mo..
"George Dlppold.
Edwardsvllle, III.,
Joe Dlppold.
EdwardvlIIe. 111.,
Aug. W. Flunker,
Ben Busselmann,
F. Meyer,
N. Joseph,
John Miller.
Ed Hunning.
Edwin Meyer.
One of the enjoyable outings of the week
JE 'ven ba Part' 3'oung folks. The
& VSt 'in ,.he Wlslae farm- a ft"
nt- Louis. Among those pres-
Mlsses
Lulu Staehle,
Ida Bailey.
Bertha Staehle,
Bella Frver.
E Berck'hardt,
Irma Staehle,
Messieurs
otto Becker.
Louis Buthma-i.
J. Wtstermann,
H. Kmlnger.
E. SchifTerdccker,
L. WIlar.
f. Homen,
M. Getz.
Kathryn Forsyth,
Annette Meer.
ClarJbell Kohmuel-
Ier,
Ellanore Abernathy,
-Marguerite Deiss,
Annetta Venlnga,
Ida Schmittgens,
Hilda Venlnga.
MInnette Forsyth.
Birdie Doermcr,
Mildred Zepp.
Teresa Delss.
Gert'e Fellows.
Margretta Schmitt
gens. Elfrleda Venlnga,
Magdalen Brleten-bacher.
Mattie Heltllng,
E. Hendrtchs,
E. WIsIar.
c. Bluedorn,
V. Cressy,
M. Hemllck,
II. Hcntlrichs,
C. Berckardt,
J. McKennev.
A. Ulrich, "
E. Buxel;
J. Smith,
W. Schrader.
in &lL I,a,c,t, pic ? ,was tfven last week
an honor of Miss Olivia Dewes. who will
shortly depart for the West. Among those
present were: " """
Misses .
Nettle Gutke. Julia Nteraan.
J.mma Kurten, i Maud Welsert.
Ba Snyder. Lydla Dewes.
'ara Kaletw. Olivia Dewes.
Miss D.-wes will dep-irt this afternoon for
en extended visit to Guthrie, Ok.
Alfred Robyn gave a swimming party
?tSh.M2??y P11' f0"wed by a supper
at the St. Louis club. His guests were Mr.
wdi. "?; i1? Rumy. Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Duke Thompson, the Misses Rum
spy. Hull and Allison, the Messrs. Thomp
son Goddard and Shields.
Mermod & Jaccard's, Broadway and Lo-
The most beautiful trains are those of the
Big Four to New York and Boston.
PERSONAL MEKTIOX. j
Mrs. Thomas H. Allen. Jr.. of Memphis Is
the guest of her cousin. Mrs. John Boyle.
No. 3618 Washington boulevard.
Fine Diamonds Mermod & Jaccard's.
Miss Laura Carpenter of Pittsburg, Pa.,
is visiting Miss Martha Boyd of No. ZSX
Russell avenue.
Mrs. D. G. Van Dyne is visiting her sis
ter. Mrs. 'Whitney Layton, of Chamberlain
Park.
Mrs. A. S. Dodge, children and maid are
summering at Terminal Island. Cal., where
they have been for the past three months.
Mrs. Whitney Layton is acain out, having
recovered from a recent prolonged Illness.
Mrs. Lisbeth Gladfelter Fish went to
Florida last week to conduct a course In
domestic science In the State teachers'
summer school, located at Tallahassee. The
course will last two monhs. Mrs. Fish
will conduct classes In cooking, sewing and
home sanitation.
Take Big Four trains for Cincinnati. I
Mrs. Edward A. Cordes of No. 1230 Dol
man street and her aunt. Mrs. John D.
Cordes. of No. 1319 Hickory street, are
spending a few weeks at the feme of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Burr of No. 14U Mon
tlcello avenue, Chicago, III.
Mrs. J. W. Williams of Springfield, Mo
has returned home after a visit with Mrs.
Charles Y. Coffman of No. S633 Cook ave
nue. Miss Edna Mary Stelnmeyer has returned
from the Visitation Content, where she has
been at school the past year. Mrs. A. L.
Stelnmeyer. accompanied by her daughter
and the Misses Grace 'Grupe and Mary J.
Naughton. will depart the early part ot
the week for Eureka Springs, Ark., where
she will open her cottage and entertain
house parties during June and July. Later
in the season they will go to New York and
Asbury Park. I
Miss Adele Tuescher is summering at
Providence. R. I., having spent a short
time at Newport and the neighboring
Leaches. i
Mrs. Reeina M. Carlin of St. Louis at
tended the Alumni Association of the
Ursullne Convent at Alton. III., on Thurs
day. June 19, and delivered the address to
the Graduates. 1
Society people like the Knickerbocker Spc- I
clal via Big Four, St. Louis to New York i
Mr Martin and Mls3 Virginia Richard-
son have returned home, after a tislt with
Mr. and Mrs. James Grlffln cf Mexico, Mo.
Mrs. Grace E. Usher, accompanied bv i
her mother, Mn. Katherine Thorwcgen. will
iil,',i ? A.- La40' entertained a partv of spend the summer at New Berlin. III. Dur
aveSue awJ r?sllence. No. 4MS Gnrileld "C the'r absence they will also vlit Sprlng-
K-rr r ., 1.1 V.'.'H.."'-'!""'- Cal
---- 1 vi ijv ai ibc teim
Ch rles- rircngart. j'? uTa? JMS !
?dareFe?&d 5K J?' At
KT. J.1M nSs: Dan!
..- -..ju unui mian eh nftoi-
,"p)Mr. ?s served. Those nresent
cine
ivMrh
Kimnh ,J. ",""" rI"r F. W.
Mr. 1 1 feh'ipser and Zetta Garbelman.
John A BVemr1; G' Ga"elma a1 Mrr.
Excellent Dining Cars St. Louis to New
Tort every day on Ivrkerbocker Speciat
hnlf rln$ fItaI "NMonday evening at
Thi tier S clock ut Ule Conservatorium.
The programme follows:
llano-Polish "ance .. Scharwenka
Vocal-fal , .eeD utui B?byn'nf Mlne Denee
(b) Tho rron.l w. A. Benjamin
Vocal-A Bong of Tha'-il-nrtvlng
Violin-Berceuse ..".r:..nnlBV;..
Vocal-Slumber Bo.1'"''..'1)'?.1'.?;...,
. .. Mr. Fehaub.
vocai-nn Her I iyive tin So....
"PlaWft - . -..-..,31r
- .uw wwtcri narz
Allitsen
Renard
Jessie Oaynor
field. Jacksonville and other towns.
Miss Mollle Waldron of Sonnenfeld's will
leave early in July for Europe in the Inter
est of her firm.
Mls3 Yetta Rothschild of No. 4113 Delmar
boulevard, who graduated from Beethoven
Conservatory of Music, will depart on M n
day for Denver and Colorado Springs, to
spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. RIchter celebrated their '
twenty-nun anniversary June Zl. at their ,
residence. No. 1423 Buchanan street.
Mrs. Charles E. Wallace of No. 3123 '
Minerva avcuuc.has been vi'itlng her moth
er, Mrs. A. J. Carter of Piaquemlno. La.
and niece, Ml Annie M. Wood, of New ,
Orleans.
Judge and Mis. James B. Rlck) of Tay
lorvllle. 111., who are in (he city, aie guests
a: Hotel Beers.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester I). Money of St.
Louis are in the Ozark Mountains for a
visit, stopping at Monte, Ark.
Miss Adelle Kimball has returned home
to Hotel Beerr after spending a couple of
weeks In Chicago.
Mrs. S.
Florence,
II. Brady and daughter. Miss
ieturned last week from Hot
Lee.
' Springs, where they have been since March
..DeFay ( detained by a serious nccldent to Miss
Qnartet-Pweet and l.-w "V. Bamby
v..Mp.ssr9V.I'e'- Schaul. Flnlav. Kellogg.
Vocal-.Ue Maria (-ava-Ina) ......,.?....f..nair
-'i j: uimv
Violin OMIrato Mr. WlttJ.
'" ial
Mr. -n-ltte.
lolln La CIn Quanine .
Jabrlel-Marie
Vocal Dut fa) Th Cmcis- i!?ir t-..-
(b) Calm as the Night "..'.'.".Gotz?
SOCIAL CLUBS.
The Oxford Club gave its first outing of
Ul.S.?e"2nJSunda'- a Spanish Lak'
They had a very pleasant time. th
ftaturrs of the day being boating, lahing
and baseball.
The members that were prtsent are the
lujiuiwnK;
i Brady, who was thrown from a horse. They
Morning, Noon and Night. Big Four trains
leave St Louis for Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wlllets ot-New York
are slopping at Hotel Bters during thin
visit in the citv.
Adolph Erlck will sail for Europe on June
2S, to be gone until October 1.
IF YOU
Arc at all troubled with
j-oureyes. it's advisable
to have triein tested
without delay, n. A.
niRSCH. experienced
graduate. In charge ot
our Optical Department,
will test jour cjes free
and fit you with glasses
that are guaranteed to
give satisfaction or re
fund your money.
Monday Specials.
2.45
1.45
14.50 Rimless
Spectacle
J3.09 Gold Filled
Spectacles... .
THEL
Begins To-Morrow. As a fitting climax to the most marvelous June business in our career, we propose to wind
up the month in a blaze of glory glorious for you by offering hundreds of choice, seasonable bargains that
should appeal to the innermost senses of every economical shopper. Low prices do not always indicate that
you're buying advantageously QUALITY, QUALIIY, QUALI TY that's what must be considered and that's what
you'll never find lacking in merchandise bought at Famous.
Here Are a Few Forcible Examples of What We Rfiean by BARGAINS:
MVSIC SPECIALS.
Pin of fit mott paoaUrbili ofthodir
ngulMr prkt 23: will be aili Monday for
ISc eichlt's m gioi tlmt to tto;k op.
Cloopha two-step -v g
On a Sunday Afternoon I R
Please Let Me Sleep S W
A Mansion of Aching Hearts.
My Bamboo Queen... .
::
Frame Your Diplomas
Graduates, bring j our diplomas to Famous
acd wc' llJramc tbem op la a neat, terries
ablt I ardwcod frame assarted patterns In
oik or bkek moldings.
Sizes up to 10x12 worth 35c... 20c
Sizes up to 1114 worth 70c . 45c
i-izes up to 16x20 worth $1.00.. 65c
Ribbons
Here's something es
pecially good.
1.5C0 pieces of All-Silk
Taffeta Ribbons 3
inches wide highest
luster on both sides
French edgo black,
white, cream, pink
light blue, hello, light
yellow, old rose, nlle,
etc-elegant 15c val
uesMonday, f
choice Jig
per yard
We are showing all
the newest conceits in
Hat and Face Veil
ings at lowest prices.
Millinery
Another one of those real bargains for Monday.
One Large Tableful of Genuine Tuscan and Burnt
Mraw Flats with plain and large Lell
trowns clean, lresh and
worth up to 82.48 as long as
they last choose your favorite
Monday for
Flowers! Flowers!
m
1,800 Bunches of French Flowers and Foliages
including crushed roses (3 md 6 in a
bunch), large American Beauties, with good
sized buds, foliage and thorned stems,
French Fruits and Fancy Fompons new
goods not a bunch in the lot
worth under 6')c and some as high
as S 1.50 Monday take your
pick at, prr bunch
new
7c
The second week of our Great June Sale of
Ladies' Musiin Underwear
H find me rarest br
SalttBawaltlnzyou. Npih
Inz skimped, but full,
clean cut. bandsowe.y
trimmed garments at cap
tivating prices.
I '
c
I
lOc
39c
Ladies Muslin Corset
Covers high and
low neck worth 15c
Ladies' Muslin Drawers
heia and cluster
of tucks yoke
band worth 15c
Lasts' Fine Ntinsook and Cambric Corset
Covers yoke of lace orembro'dery
others have hemstitched tucks
trimmed with baby ribbon .worth 69c.
Ladies Muslin and CambricDraw'
ers lace and embroidery trlmmed
worthtfe. Ladies' Skirt Lenilh Chemise
trimmed with lace and Insertion-
ruffle on bottom worth 85c (
Ladies' Fine NalnsooV andCambricl
Corset Covers yoke of embroidery
and lace trimmed with baby ribbon )
worth 65c
Ladies' Fine Nainsook, CambriJ end Muslin
Chemise Gowns high and Em
pire neck, trimmed with embroid
ery and lace insertion worth 89c.
Ladies' Muslin and Cambric Skirls
deep flounce trimmed with
three rows of bowknotlaceinser
tion dust ruffle worth 91.49..
Ladies' Cambric, Lawn and Nain
sook Gwns and Chemise lace
and embroidery trimmed, worth $1.19
8 Powerfu
Y$WWry
"'(3 -'
Our wonderful Cloak Department the coolest and most com
fortable In St. Lculshas some welcome surprises In store for Mon
day, The following Items representing Jjst the sort of merchan
dise most desired now- should be carefully studied. They tell you
how to obtain 8 of the best bargalas pressn.ed this season read on:
fhSaV
TBSur
$2.00 Wash Suits,
The entire outfit for,
the price of the skirt
alone, dark ant light matt-rials
in the nattiest lesi ns you'll
surely find it difficult io match
them for less "hsn double what
we ask to-morrow $1.60, Sl.5
and .'52.03 values.
$1.00 Petticoats,
Odd lots of Wash
Petticoats and t-a-
teens -nbnut -200 -in black and
colors all that remain of that
recent great purch-ise while
they last you may benefit bv this
unrivaled opportunity 50-', 75c
and 51. 00 values-
$4 00 New Jap.
Silk Waists . . .
Made of pure white """" " "
Silk (like cut) with lace medal
lions and clusters of tucks
short flared or long sleeves
only one to a customer to-morrow
at this price.
$1.00 Children's
Dresses
It's almost ridiculoui
to think of making them at
home when such beautiful gar
ments can be had so reasonably.
They come in pretty percales,
ginghams and cliambrays neat
patterns red. blue and pink shades
- sizes li to 14 years 75c and SIM
values.
49r
C $4.50 Cloth Skirt
Sffl Eft
iW
To introduce a new
slyle skirt, of black '
material.newvokeeffect.flounce
trimmed with stitched bandsof s-ttin.
you may choose to-morrow only at
the price named above, which l"but
a mere fraction of ts actual worth.
$2 Wash Petticoats
A grand lot, made of
excellent materials
fancy enough to be worn for a
house skirt ou couldn't wish
for a more opportune time to
buy one 51.50, $1.75 and $2.00
values.
S5-00 Silk Waists,
Just think of it a lot
of old Waists, about
75 in a!I-taffrtas, Jap. silks,
crepe de Chines and others
many different styles come
early, they'll fly $3.00, $4.00
$6.0J values.
$2.25 Wash Dress
Skirts
Double-flounced stvles
in fine duck materials blues
and black well made, full
flares, trimmed with braid and
bauds to mate-h all lengths
SI 50, $2.00 and S2i25 value.-.
Boys Clothing
From thtt masterly SYKES-AB:
KIRSCHBAUM& CO. purchase,
at 25 to 40 per cent discount.
In the lot are the newest Ideas
lit Boys' Deuble-Breastcd Knee
Suits, Sailor Suits, 3 -piece
Suits. Norfolk Suits, Novelty
i)ultsages 3 to 16 years. Par'
ents, you'll find this an excel
lent time to get the boy a stylish
outfit at little cqst.
Boys Suits
Made to retail at $2.50
and S3.00-in this sale.
Boys' Suits Made to retail at 53.50
and 84.00 in this sale
J.57
2.25
Boys' Suits Made to retail at S4.50
and 85.03 in this sale
Boys' Suits Made to retail at $5.25
and $5.60 in this sale
Bays' Suits Made to retail at $6.00
and 87.0 J in this sale
3.79
4.50
-7.
KSS B IB
69c
w fi "Rlnck o
L a. dies Beautv" 3fioes
I
straps and cros scraps
- full patent leather. ,iIm
tIc! kid hand turned. -
Louts heels d ressy indeed
Hiisiesana
prlco
Ladies Low Shoes
Talent calf, patent kid
and vlcl kid - light and
Heavy soie - with close
and extension edges hand
t -rncd Ouodvtfar welts-
opera, moan. in. ni ,ry nnu ixuis
XV heels new sl IMi shapes and
patterns- sires 2 to 9 -AA to E widths
12.50 values l'amous price
Infants Soft Solrd Shoes and Slippers
rcwcrratlons in imicy tiiitterns
led. white, blue, tan and black
slits 1 to3-.'xic kind
Monday
ssyinueeu
2.00
2.00
25c
riUCES SLASHED ON
Printed Wash Goods aad White Goods.
This season's sewest and most stylish effec'smo old or discontinued designs, as the prices
might possibly Indicate. The ofierlngs are unquestionably sensational, coming just as the hot
weather sezson Is about to set In and when such fabrics ere mostly' needed. Tne astonishlnzly
low prices named will prevail all week, provided the quantities hold out but why take chances?
Better come as early as possible It'll be well worth your while.
The Wash Goods. The White Goods.
Lawns. Dimities. Batistes. Etc.. in strictly np-to- 2,000 yards Remnants of 12c. l"c and IS; p'ain
date styles ad co orings picked from our 8c, atl(i fancy white Goods-in one lot ft ,
10c and 12c lines and grouped into K choice, per yard ?j
Dimities and Batistes-30 inch-s wde. worth 15c 8c0."k N"""0.1-25 inches wide
vd. also, finr Madras rcim'hnme in lati-st sllirt- CnOlCC, per yara
iug and waistin? effects worth and cheap Q Dotted Swiss in small and medium dots -fine sheer
at 12i;C yd. choice, peryjrd. . ... QG ine;h also 1. Ks. 30 inches wide in length or
r r .!! r i u j Bayadere cord 25c and 3 Jc values, EC.
Genuine Foreign Dimilierand Madras, left,, i.: -..,. I?JI
In a Brand selection or dress and ist 8Sl4fi choice, per yard IvP&i
Styles-wortl.-cand2i:yarl-clioice,yd,..' Fincy White Goods for dresses, waists or yokin?
Real Scotch Madras-worth 30c yard embroid- exquisite lacv goods worth up to 50c yd. Q ff
cred Swiss. In allsood colors, worth 33c yd., and it .L:., nf in stvVs n-mrrl 3C
satln-strir Mousselines. handsome patterns. flag - cnoic ot 1U sties, p-r vara few
worth ac yd. choice of iitiy. per yard aw Lawns and Madras-with beautifully mercerized
Silk Mixed Mousselines p-ctticrthan all si kand stripes in sing'e or cluster mesh of lawus as fine
wear and wash perfectly also centili.0 French ijffj as silk worth 50c ftg-
Embroidered Swiss-all colorsandcomblna- HJ2 rltmro wrnl .oJU
lions-worth KSc yard-choice, per yard fiiW choice, p.r j aril BmW
Thousands of Men
Have
already
profited
by our
gre a t
triple
pur
chase and
sale ot
Men's
and
Younz
Men's Clothing all declare that the bar
gains are the best they've seen in years
you, also, can profit bv this grand oppor
tunity af securing a stylish suit or pair of
pants at a saving of 25 to 40 per cent, pro
vided your visit Is not postponed too long.
Men's and Youn Men's Suits
Made to retail at 88.50 and
810.00 in this sale
Men's and Young Men's Suits
Made to retail at 813.50 and
815.00 in this sale
Men's and Young Men's Suits
Made to retsil at 820.00 and
822.50 in this sale
Men's Pants
Made to retail at 83.50 and
83.75 in this sale ,
Men's Pants
Male to retail at 85.00 and
86.00 in this sale
...6.60
.9.45
13.65
...ZiiSH
...3.35
Entire Surplus Stock and Sa.mp'e Line of
P&r&sols &d Wmlsre
Purchase? by Famous tram ARNOLD. SCH1FF & CO.. 54 White Street. New
York, at a tremendous discoun' a'l go on sale to-morrow at prices you'll
frankly admit havj never bs-n equaled on such qualities.
t!W
Clii'd'en'.": China and Alerrer
i7ed Silk I'a ra sols -lordered,B
pulxadot a.id iiiflli'd-wor'lilgjil:
i,
Children's Parasols with and
without radios -a variety or ffji ?
vlriil,-; wnrili.-,V - . ?
in this Great June Sale w stoo-Iu thislireatJuneSslu
Ladies' Fine -i k Parasol- Ruffled and coaching
effects -plain and hemstlflied all ? i 'SSS
the late shades- Mulshed with while Iiurytips imI-f!;!)
enameled steel frames -worth Si.V. ''"'''
Umbrellas for Hen. Woman anil Children Steel
iwrl tnm-i' It.m. I!.,- al.iilt.telv irmrnof mpi! n ffi
,..-. ...... j " - j ---- n4n.s
55I5
Ladies' Silk Parasols Novelties
in line Plianchnl silks-won'fTfr?
Sllllt ivlil tlfirtlinlirisul linn- !.
dies
odd natural wnml linn.
In till; Great June Sale
Laalcs- High-Grade Silk Pansols-Madc of heavy
llbertv silks, slik nonsees and silk ereiions ni nn
some finished In all-oer drawn work worth JSI sfas
fnst blaek worlh 11 lit
111 thla Ort-at June S.ile
up to WOO -In this (treat June Sale.
Umbrehas for Alen, Woram and Children
and colored rllk elorinsaud mohalrsllks ft
lillthly ornamented sIlMTisd Kilt handles- jI
Black
north up to JJ.O) -In this pn'at June Sale.
Men's
Furnishings
rien's Half Hose Mico
foot, black top. run
seamless 15c qual
ity no naay
3 pairs for :5c.
.Men's Undershirts nd
Drawers, lisle tnread.
white and ecru. tl.OU
srade Mon
day, garment-
Men's Shirts Made of
imported Batiste
very light and cool
small dots and fig
ures Hon- I nn
day I.UU
10c
69c
Straw Hats
Children's Straw Sail
ors all colors of
braids 25c J A
values IC
Boys' Straw Hats In
glsln and rough
raids 33c r Ol
values t.tlC
rien'f Panamiette and
Bativla Hats Good
for hot weather
worth JA.
i.w 4oC
Men's Straw Hats
Tho new and very
popular wide brim
yacbt-8.50 nn.
values 90C
IN j;
HE-
p
In the
Pattern
Just received, the
now pleuttri ."
core AValklnc
Pklrt Pattern
the
helchtof
style.
Fashion 6elens
X pages of the
latestv and swell
est deslsns the
New Idea
Newlda Woman's
flazazln e luO
paces interestlnf;
reaaine-
all topics
once
I
5c
SPLENDID REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT 0J5l ECONOMY BASEMENT.
Oirden Hoie-3 ply 50-ft.
section- iruarani ced for
one year complete with
reel anu nrass h a a
It'til
nozzle..
Orasi hears Made
of tempered steel.
Onus 5lckle of line steel
and eomifratod I JJ i
handle, worth 3)c . iSla
!2c
Uo'Carts To rue out
weolTermii entire line
at a srrai discount
JIOGo-Cirts. -S7.50
JlJOo-Carts. .S9.95
WiCo-Carts SI2.50
K5 Go-Carts SI5.00
Wa h Wrlncers -Willi
steel spiral sprlnjr on
side. solid rublierrolls;
guaranteed for J JC
lycar londay Ii95
No 8 Wash Bollers
Mado of heavy tin
nonrustuble Nittntn.
cover . ..'JsJC
Wash Tubs-Made ofse
leoted wood. Iron han
dles, hlzi! ' Inches
wor I It 73c C K a
Monday tlub
Wa h Benches Made f
hard wood. cttra stronc
- will hold 2 wash tub,
worth 65c- nn.
Mon J ay OyG
Thels'eiser Fruit end Vege
table Cooker-Fruit put
without w ate r reiuires
lesssnsar no stlrrlns n
burning or staiuiin: jour
iumtls also used for ok -liiSlhreudiiTertiii
kinds of
wetnble" .it one rira.
saxlnjrsasand'al'! tiM,1
oiistratd t Kn.Ti ,s ATon
flay 25 per cent reduction on Re-f-l;erntors
White Mnnn
laln." Xi.icara. Polar and
Grand all the best makes
and sizes Better get one
NOW I
pr1 with all purchases
' (c in our Basement
The Handy Cleaner.
The latest novelty for
I'leaniiiR pots, pans, etc.
He sure you pet one.
75c
Hampers Made of wliltf
Wiihi". - T4Vxl lint ton)
coiorvU riljto
worth !
clothe Bar 3 ft wi'lt
'l I - juvt rh; tliln-c
fursuull SRa
plitv- Mondaj lUb
Law "lowers- Iti-ineli
halibearhi. piisy
runner -worlh O SO
iVM -Monday fttSSi
CirUbid China Dinner
Sots 101 phTf-s. in
clutHni; soup tureen
pretty shape, nicely
decorated with flowers
stutl cold trimmed -
Safe 14.95
Enzllsh China DHier
Sets 1W nieces, clilni
sliupes. with beautiful
colored deconitlonand
cold trarifl- worth
Jli.111 Monday.
1111111
fr'fTmTn
9:40
Window ccreens -is inches
Inch -adjust from SI to
:n Inches worth Sc
MOuday. .. ....
21 In. hlsh. adjust from ;i to 33 In.
extra heavy hardwood 0 0 n
frame worth 23c- Monday.. C&G
Screen Doors like cut
worth use
Wlndow-Screei Framei with pal
vanlzed comers- 30i'J(i. 12c: O ft a
aixli 16c; 421S 6UC
! amou House and Floor Paints tho
best ready-mUc-fl paints i fj
pvniuart I0C
2l-o
65c
'TsT-ri
t
On Bargain Aisle Table No. I.
Ends of Lots of 6c 8c 10c Fabrics
Somo remnants, some dress longths.
and some full pieces Batistes. In
both light and dai k Lawns, in whito
and tinted grounds Prints, slUtntty
Imperfect Apron Gins- &. g
bams.short lengths of Dress a S
Ginghams, etc. about low aS'
yardslnall choice, peryd.T
On Bargain Table No. 2.
$1.00 and $1.25 Wash Skirls
The popular pollca dot patternj In
imuck ur uiuu ana wane
dot trimmed with
stitched str-rjs all
lengths and waist bands.1
On Bargain Table No. 3.
Men's Blue Chambray Army Shirts
Two pockets double stitched
inrougnoui maae -- .-
extra long-all sizes BV E" IS
Sf?c values choice & BWa "a
Monday, ,
mmmUlifliM,.. !...-
iJr""' B',llJH7:iaTg:r'e71MtJj;;,T-a'Mi'gl.yr".'f-7l'.'1lj " ijjjg
Edw. Ferrenbach.
Eus. Ferrenhach,
Joe Hllger,
Jo Goeke,
VIn. Tkfenbrun,
JouRoth.
John Pf IlTer.
Chas. Sueme.
Al Hllger.
Ed Miller,
Al Runder,
Cha" IC'lncr.
31. Trickel,
Fred 1 .
Chas. Lncher.
Q. Foddeke.
John Krontz.
.. T?e JEVIar meeting of the C. B. a was
?J;!J ?i th6 homeyor Miss Millie Wright, No.
ST1 Kennerly avenue. Thursday evening.
The programme opened with a recitation.
ber.r?e,S-"-'u- Nt PJnE To-N!jrhw" by
H'ss Edltn Wright. The rest of the even- 1
J?Swas ,r,9Jotert to Longfellow's poemi. I
"Evangeline" being the study of the club.
'?I",,,,0!e!'- h Mlss Margaret McNamara;
Pa,ul RSFr RWe." by Mi's Mvra T-wn-C?.T:
,r?(v.',rreck ot the Hesperus;" by
HUe Wr"!ht: "Rain In Summer," by Miss ,
Blla Townsend: "Thi nonpr nnA th I
Flowers, bv Mrs. c. F. Robrt: "Tho
Psalm of Ufe. ' by Mlns Gertrude Howard.
SEerfod:af.ter which Juncheon was
Ben-ed by the hostss.
The S. 3. a Club hld Its last mecUns
at the horre of Miss Helene RoqeM. Tho
new ornccra elected arc: Jake Rayburn.
president: Mtya Lydia Putlvitcr. vice prcsl
Jent; Jllss Helono Rogprs, -jecretar-, and
Dan Kelly, treasurer. Their nett mecttoe
will be at Uss Berfa Bopp's. in Klrkwood.
The Alpine Outing Club gave Its Srst bus
Set picnic of tho Season last Sunday at
Mrs A. W. Benedict of Hotel Beers Is
visiting frlend3 in Chicago for a fortnUlit.
Mrs. J--s"ph Polsar of Omaha. Neb. is
visltlnjr Mrs. C. C. Dennis. No. 4956 Maple
avenue.
It's extravagant economy to wear your
old glasses if they are not suited to vou
eyes. Consult Doctor Bond, expert opti
cian, at Mermcd & Jaccard's, Brcadw-w an 1
Locust. Examination free and a proper tit
guaranteed. Steel frames, 11 and up; gold
J5 and up.
Mrs W. R. Hodges of Hotel Beers Is en
tertaining Mrs K. P. Alexander of Fort
Smith, Ark.
Miss Nettie Maynard and Mtys Adelaide
wheeler of Nashville, Tenn.. are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Barry of No. 2S1S
Shenandoah avenue. -
A party of ladles, consisting of Misses
Dlna Welngaertner. Stetson and Clara
Guerdan and Anna Belle and Edith Hardy,
are at home after a visit to Michigan and
Chicago.
from Lassell Seminary. Auburndale. Mass.,
and will spend the summer visiting her fa
ther and traveling with friends'.
Miss Minnie Morrison of Fayette. Mo.. Is
visiting her sister. Mrs. Warren Bailey, at
No. -1013 Westminster place.
Mr. and Mrs. George AV. Krebs of No.
2313 Henrietta street, accompanied by their j
son, Willie, departed yesterday tor a two
months' stay on Georgetown Bay, In Can
ada. SU.MER RESORT PROSPECTS.
RFPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Boston. June 21. Intervale as a retort is
renowned far and wide for the wondroas
combination of meadow' and mountain
seenerv. Far reaching to the north extend
the broad Intervals of the Saco River, here
a very attractive cottage on the shore road, I The club will also be a strong factor In
Magnolia, and will entertain largely dutlng social functions this season Situated ifi
the season. I that an excellent view may be obtained ot
At the wedding of Miss Mary E Hall a I tho ba, the club is naturally a rendezvous
Brookiine. Mass., belle, last week, Mr 'for the summerltcs. It will be a popular
James Chester Flagc of St. Louis was one place to entertain one's friends at lunch-
of the ushers.
Mrs. Samuel "Willis, daughter and maid,
of Kansas city, are registered at the At
lantic Houe. Nant.isket Beach. whre t'n.-y
will remain during July. In August they
will spend u few weeks at Lenoi.
Jamestown. It. I., June 13. The Island
never looked more beautlfcl than at pres
ent, and Shoreby Hill in particular, where
nature has done "so much by way of loca
tion, and mankind fo much by way of
ornamentation In road" and in effective
landscape arrangement. Given a hill s'do
gently sloping to the water's edge, banked
nt the base by huge masses of varle?atcd
..i .i. A,. uk i ..-. ..... hi me oase o' nusc wawn oi vh
""H iw "" ."""-"" l "". "" U' M flfwn -Brllli nn r-cn.ln nf r.1n
XlV A?nri lw? ih. .,fli?4rf,n,Mil m? ere" dtted by trees, with Jrettlly con
w Si on nt ffS I milhl; """w" cottages as a background, and
nast vea?s liUe-ale8 h Wnmo' a ! you have something of an Idea of the ever
ErJnritJ renter for " IP t5...i. n.nV?.c tht oeautlfdl Shorebv Hill. Small wonder then
favorite center for St. Louis golfers, the . th.t mnn.. llv ,n rnmi Mri- tn in-L- no.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Barth and little son
of Columbia, Mo., are occupying apart
ments at Hotel Beers for an Indefinite time
Miss Clarn. AimpH nnnahi
Marie Louise Ganahl and th lnt Tshn t
Ganahl, graduated wlht highest honors at
the Academy of, the Sacred Heart Frldiy,
Mrs. Slary Hogan Ludlum has gone to
Chicago to attend the Elocutionists' Con
vention -After a visit tn Minneapolis she
will go to Sioux City.
Miss Adele Humphrey, daughter of F.
Vf. Humphrey, the clota'w, has returned
links being remarkably good and conducive
to low scores, vet having all the excitement
of rlrfcy haxarda.
Jackson i: so well known that mere ref
erence calls to mind a village nestling
among rugged mountains, full of delight to
the Western lover of mountain scenery.
St. Louis people are beginning to arrive;
that IS. those Who hftVf talr.n rsnrni.i tnr
aaugmer ot me reason, me transients will come a lit
tie later In the month "and nt month will
see a good representation of 8t- Louis peo
ple In the White Mountains. Lenox, New
port, Magnolia, Manchester, Beverly and at
the attractive resorts skirting the north
shore.
Among the earliest June arrivals axe the
family of L. H. Tebbltts of St. Louis, who
will summer at the W. S. Stearns House,
Stearns Beach, Swampscott.
Ur. Claude KUpatrisfc t g fasuia baj
turc In Its rural simplicity and as somo
Denevo only to bs- found at Jamestown.
This season the thrifty Islanders arc. con
gratulating themselves that there Is no de
pleting factor as In several past summers.
The hotels are all open and so is the Con
anlcut Yacht Club and the Jamestown Club,
where the summer sojourner is wont to go.
read the papers and exchange the news
with his neighbors. The Quenon-oquet
Club opened Thursday- of this week under
the control of Doctor George McClellan of
Philadelphia the same as last peason. The
club will be run alqng the same lines as
heretofore with very much Improved cater
ing facilities, and the Casino has under
gone interior improvements during the early
spring, wines ana ruga-ionca liquors win
be served to members of the club, but not
to outsiders, no matter how thirsty they
may happen to be.
eon or dinner. This Reason, the same as
ia?i. nit tiun D vKjuer'kict win give u;iii
concerts, while the Casino will be open
three nlghta a week for dancing, with a
full-dress hop Saturday nights. Then there
will be theatricals In the Casino by those
who aro talented In this direction. In the
c'ub line Jamestown will shine as never be
fore. Tht veiy first to arrive from St, Louis
were Doctor and Mrs. J. B. Johnson. Miss
Knsenlu Johnson and James L. Johnson,
who are fully established at Belcour. their
summer place, on the south shore. Mrs.
Alfred H. Jones and Mrs. Godwin Ordway
and children. Miss Kate Johnson and Miss
Nancy O'Fallon will come on to Join the
family later on in the season. Doctor John
son, though now more than three score and
ten. i in full possession of all of his fac
ulties and enjoying reasonably good
health. The doctor remembers distinctly
the more prominent physicians of Newport.
Fall River and New Bedford ot fifty years
ago. He bemoans tho fact that no monu
ment has ever been erected to the memory
of Roger Williams, the founder of Rhode
Island. He will be pleased, however, to
learn that the subject Is Just now being
oeitated by the State authorities, who are
endeavoring to establish his last resting
place. At the spot recently searched It .vas
found that everything had passed into ob
livion. Of the Shoreby Hill contingent the first
to put In an appearance were Mr. and Mrs.
James Taussig and their three grandchil
dren, tho father of whom. Julius. D. Abeles,
of the Terminal Hotel, will arrive later.
Mrs. John David Davis Is at her cottage,
where tbaj servants arrived some days ago.
Mrs. I. H. Knox. Mrs. 8. J. Brett and Mrs.
Charles Tau- located at the Chandler,
where they have been for many past sea
sons. Tl.ev will take their meals at the
Bay lew Hotel as usjal.
Mr Charles H. Lcdlle and her son. John
Ledlle. hae engaged rooms nt the Gardner
House from July 1. and so have Mrs. E. C.
Lackland, JIIes Lackland and Miss C. Lack
land. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Nledring
1: u. Mr. l.ee NIedrlnghaus. Miss Nie
drlrghaus. Miss Lucll'e Niedringhaus and
Mr and Mrs. C. H. West w II occupy Hor
gan Cottage No. 2 during July and August
with meals at the Gardner House. Judge
and Mrs. Ames M. Thayer. Miss Thayer and
maid are to have the Hillside Cottage from
July 1, and they will also eat at the same
hotel. Mrs. Annie F. King and her mother,
Mrs. Swearenger, and Barrett Frost, a
grandson, have arranged to pass July and
August at the Bay View Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Ephron Catlln. Miss Emily
Catl n and Ephron Catlln. Jr.. Just arriving
at their handsome place on Emerson road,
Shoreby Hlll.-
F. A. Faris. accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Benolst. who sailed for Eu
rope in the latter part of April, and who
Intend to prolong their trip through the
summer, will be much missed at James
town. Mr. Farls has rented his cottage to
John W. Harrison of St. Louis. Charles H.
Bailey, who intended to spend the summer
abroad, has changed his mind and will
pass the summer here, arriving early in
July.
The outlook for boating this season, in
which the entire St. Louis contingent take
such an Interest, seems very bright: a num
ber of tho racers having new suits of sail
and being otherwise put in good condition
for the regular weekly events held by the
Conanlcut Yacht Club. Harry and Clark
son Potter's race-about Peggy has been
supplied with a new solid mast, to take
the place of the hollow one which did not
prove entirely satisfactory. She has also
been supplied with a Tobln bronze center
board, rudder and a new set of -sails.
Ephron Catlln. Jr., will aU the Grace,
Edward Malllnckrodt. Jr.. the Edith and.
J. Llonberger Davis will have two good
boats. A new hardpine bathing float for
the exclusive use of the residents of
Shoreby Hill has been moored off the pier
and a new spring board has also been provided.
BELLEVILLE SOCIETY XOTES.
Mrs. F. M. Prlester Thursday evening
entertained a party of f:onds at dinner,
the occasion marking Mrs. Prlester's birth
day anniversary.
Misses Frieda. Ida and Nora Sahlenfler
are vls.tlng at Sparta, III.
Miss Minnie Schlel has as her guest 1 lss
Meta Rombauer of Shlloh Valley, 111.
Announcement Is made of the engage- -rr.ent
of Miss Rena Schaab to George
Kloess.
The engagement of Miss Lula Hammer
to Frank J. Martin has been made known
to their friends. The wedding will take
place next autumn.
A party composed of Messrs. and Mmes.
Martin Hertxler, Dare Mantle and Charles
and Arthur Mantle has returned from an
outing spent near Fjyettevllle.
Mre. Jacob Gaubltz of East A street en
tertained several of her lady friends Tues
day afternoon.
Miss Ollnda Jonson of St Louis is visit
ing friends In Belleville.
Miss Edna Dlnbra gavo n pretty lawn
fete Tuesday evening to friends.
Mr. and Mrc G. A. Sahlender have re
turned from a visit to Joplin. Mo.
Mrs. Lena Mundhelm nnd. daughter of
New York are visiting the family of Sam
uel Tobias.
Miss Wllhelmlna Loelkes has gone to Col
orado for the 'cummer.
Lnytles'a Lunjeberj-,
Sl NORTH SIXTH STREET.
The most popular eating-house in the city
li open for business.
i
1 j-i
xi&&f&M&x3&&gsZ&gs8i
........ . , .jartd
-"
tesa-sssaVaga
V

xml | txt