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LADIES' QUEEN QUALITY
Patent vici lace boot, whole
fned. dull donfola ton. lifrht flpvihlp
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sole, military heel; ever1, requirement of a v TRADE
good shoe, fit, appearance and wear; sizes
2V2 to 8;
width A to E
LADIES' OUEEN QUALITY Eine don-
gola lace boot, patent leather tip,
leather heel, Louis XIV style; sizes
2lA to 8; width A to E.
QUEEN QUALITY "COLONIAL" Highest grade patent
leather vici vamp, dull dongola
quarter, light welt sole, close
trimmed edge, medium toe,
military heel, gun metal correct
style buckle; sizes 2j4 to 8;
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LADIES' QUEEN QUALITY
Patent Leather Vici Lace
Boot black cloth top
leather French heel flexi
ble sole very dressy shoe
sizes 2 to 8, width A to E.
QUEEN QUALITY SPECIAL Ladies'
AT Vici Patent Leather Boot-
whole foxed, dull dongola
top light flexible sole-neat
nlnintoe Louis XIV leather
heel nothing in footwear handsomer at any price 2 to 8 A to E.
QUEEN QUALITY OXFORDS
AT Ladies' Dongola Oxford,
ft f g whole foxed, pat. leath
$ M i I er tip welt sole mili
8W" tary heel an Oxford
for good wear and appearance.
LADIES' QUEEN QUALITY
At- Blucher Oxford, patent
! fa fafftk vici welt sole exten-
w a 11 1 son etee military heel
y a y y SiZes 2 to 8, a to e.
THE HOUSE WHICH GAVE
ST. LOUIS SHOE FAME
"CQIlF IIts' FOR ST. LOOIS AND EAST ST. L0UI&"v8
XAaatsnit, 'Wttcbss. Joirolrj, Dim & fLstoU.
Lowe8T raioa ox iniorcrau uuuan.
109 N. 6th St bet. Pino t cnestnut.
BAKQAEifl IB DHEEDEEitED PLEDGES.
719 PINE STREET.
BIUUBET tMOWT LOAXED
Oo jriffml pioinrty. Biiw eoafldgntlAl.
IffiEl8f8f All Cbreaic and HsnoosDItsasts
1817 La Salle St.
Oa Made tottlix o Cbootaaa ar. Bulliir lmrtl-
tea,' X-J. Acttnw rank UcM, natnru ran
v t-r"" witer. lctilcitr. tlaonla llxiit battu,
cnasaftlea. "-r. tlbrmtlai ud Uctrio uut
!'S, iwtan; tc: onlr stmbuhmst of Its
fcted te tv tfcricas of cured la my ot&a.
lam . bl w p. in., vxewin Donsar iiicr
itwl xwo uermxa ooeiora.
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rnncumnHnn Car... Dr.
The Ctniumir RnillTISin Wt
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UretlT VBiilli KINO
BMQtifnl VArORLD'S FAIR
Printing, neatly executed at
BICSELBAVP BROS, Print en. 202 N.2d
4lH 18-1 UU, it JJ.M ll tp.
ZERWECK-FREGH JEWELRY CO.,
502 H. Sixth St.
BEN BARNETI & GO.,
. 007 PINE STREET.
BSon.07 to Xjocuo.
ON PERSONAL PROPERTY.
baOEDBEMED PLEUUES FOIt SALE.
In 60 ai until
B fM. ITo Hitlnr rvmitrcd. Brad So itaraa far 41 pin Booklet.
Sella the latest craze,
the Barefoot 0ffA
UIUV 9' Coarse, Baell &
. Hantoxads Box Call Bnoea are
the Tory Met Ehoes to bar at
UIUV certainly, ererj-
f body knows that
BueU Botrt BM to t3J0 Ylci.
Box Oalt Telonr and Patent
Tjeather Eboe for Hen are cheap
Don'f Fail io See
And notice what others
ask for them. Sizes 6
to 11 and 11 to 2.
vi,ri.J KCtBnell& Son's test
VIC Kid. Box Calf and Patent
Ijftittnvp unit bmi) n-A- . ,i
K n . nV ru vjiunia worm
WHY. MenLs.Tan and Ont
V, . ' ln Shoes are colne
at less than half this week
Elegant Tans, .
tisa. dloU9 M
Splendid Can- S -!
worth QC x
$1.50 OOC Q
Wh, of Course,
gfn nd Ml-
C r narrow es:-
tyl tone and fine. kethem
poctaUelrabl " there are
and ........ w,w
ViWV tnjtxar would be
" " delighted with Bock
rath! elegant tZM Women's
Bandala, made of the Tery best
materials In the
height ot fash
ion and sold at
the low price of
BECAUSE We Continue
the BueU & Son's Sale and
It Is the Final Wind-Up of
Bockrath's Fine Stock.
are Just what
you are looking for nothing
neater or more desirable can
be had for dressy home wear for
summer, and at our specially low
prices, no doubt, are the best to
WHY todT because ws
haTe only, a limited
supply of Bockrath's 2.00 Colo
nials, like cut, while they last.
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912-914 FRANKLIN AVE,
No Dream. We (Jot It,
Th Iargct and must compute etude of unre
deemed pledges In thr city, consisting of IXa
monda. Gents and Ladles watches. Jewelry and
Rlnjs cf all description a. Our stock was never
larger and prices o low as at the present tlms.
VT have made i eductions In our Gents rind La
dies Watches that amount to many dollar?, be
causa wa are determined to sell them. This Is an
pportunlty to pncure a fine Walt ham. Harop
ttn, Elgin . Springfield or any other nvnemnt
for about the co-t of manufacture. also have
(he Iant;et stock of new an) secondhand clothln
In t!,e city: we are selling first-class wearlnc ap
parel at prices unheard of. Style, quality and at
tar up to date.
THE Kccubllo u printed with rollers road by
C. W. CRUTfllNGnR. No. 21-2S 8. Third t.
UOTARYP U B LI;
JOSEPH F. FARISH,
ST. LOUIS UEPL'HLIC UUILDIXG.
TEL,MAIN 3018. KIM.OC1I A 073.
THE CRAAVFORD STORE will make a
Brand effort this week In their Great House
Fumlshlne Department to make room for
the heavy Importations now on the Atlan
tic, and will make the bltrgest concessions
In prices you ever heard of!! A few clays agj
they were the lucky purchasers of an Im
mense stock of Ladies' Finest Shoes, re
Iected by Indianapolis' s finest Retail Sno3
louse because of delay In delivery!! Don't
fall t be at CRAWFORD'S Jlonday or
JOINED THE ARMY FOR
"PEACE AND QUIET,"
Frederick W. Hyatt Sues for Di
vorce After Twenty Yeais
Trunka and Traveling Goods.
The cheapest place to buy the above goods
Is from the manufacturer. 1 have the
largest assortment In the city, and If you
wish to save 25 per cent you can do so by
calling on me. Trunks and traveling gcods
repaired. Goods called for and delivered tree
of charge. JAS. A. QUIRK.
Ill and IIS South Fourth St..
Opposite Southern Hotel.
Bell and Klnloch Telephones.
REUNION FOR WATTS FAMILY.
Members Will Gather at Muldrow,
I. T., June 2-i.
Vlnita. I. T.. June a. The thirty-sixth
annual reunion of the Watts family and a.
Masonic celebration will be held at Mul
drow, June 24 and 25.
The Wattses were for years claimants to
citizenship In the Cherokee Natlcn and a
legal fight betwesn them and the Cher
okees was waged for years, until finally the
Dawes Commission appeared upon the scene
and settled the matter, dnd all the Wattses
were relectea. They were Intruders upon
the lands of the Cherokees and made per
manent and valuable Improvements without
any legal right. They were finally divested
of all the Indian 'and they held and they
now reside" In the Indian Territory as other
United States citizens, but do not own land
as Indians. They at one time had chanre
of more than SCCW.OOO worth of Indian
The head of the family Is W. J. "Watts,
who was known to the Cherokees as the
"King of the Intruders," and he has cot
the (Cherokee Nation more than any other
living man. Many years ago these reunions
were held for mutual advice, but since they
have been divested of landed rights these
meetings are kept up for their social features.
TO TAKE FINAL VOWS TO-DAY.
Miss Margaret Luney of St. Louis
Enters Convent at Evanston.
Miss Margaret Luney of this city will
take the final vows of a vlsltandlne
rellgieuse at the convent of that' order at
Evanston, Til., to-day. Bishop Muldgon of
Chicago will perform the Imposing cere
mony, pronouncing her dead to the world
and to be known hpreaf tnr In the com-
, munlty of rellgleuses as Sister Margaret
Miss Luney. whose parent are dead, was
born and educatedln Bt. Louis, and was
Identified until she departed for the Evans
ton Convent, over a year ago, .with many
of the literary clubs of the , city. Sh Is
25 years old and a sister -of Mrs. John E.
Mateer of No. G0S9 Washington boulevard
and of Miss May Beatrice Luney, who Is
well known tn society.
JIacon. .Mo.. June 21.-A b'll of divorce .
was filed In the Circuit Court yesterday
that reads like an Indictment for witch
craft. Frederick W. Iatt, an old soldier, states
that he was married to Martha A. Hyatt
in Monroe City, June 10, 1SS0. und that Im
mediately thereafter he Joined the army to
obtain "peace arid quiet." He came back
from the war and tried It aga'.n, but It was
no use. ho says. Ho stood her "fussing
and growling" until 1S82. when thero was
an actual but not a legal separation.
It seemed there was no ground for either
party to get Into the divorce court until
recently, when Hyatt says he heard that
the partner of his miseries In tho year
1S90 went out on the public street in North
Bd, Neb., and prayed that the plaintiff
would "fall down and break his neck and
lose ever thing he had on earth and be
come a pauper." and had mado various
other similar Invocations.
The seasons came and went for twelve
long years, and Hyatt never fell down and
brokb his neck and never lost his property,
but when he heard of his wife's alleged
action, be instructed his attorneys to get
up a bill forthwith and spread It on the
Hyatt draws a pension from tho Govern
ment and he alleges that his wife tried to
have hl9 pension revoked.
Dear Pork Hotel,
Deer Fark. Md. Most delightful summer
resort of the Alleghenles; swept by moun
tain breezes. 2,800 feet above sea level; ad
eolutely free from malaria, hay fever and
mosqultos: reached without , change of
cars from all principal cities via Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad; every modern conven
ience; rooms en sjlte, wth private baths;
Electric Lights. Long-Distance Telephone,
Elevators, Turkish Baths. Swimming Pools,
Golf Links. Tennis Courts, Bowling Alleys.
Billiard-Room, Magnificent Drives, Com
plete Livery Service; Annapolis Naval
Academy Band. Hotel remodeled with ad
ditional conveniences and renovated
throughout. All cottages have been taken
for the season. Open from June 21 to Sep
tember 30. For rates and Information ad
dress W. E. Burwell, Manager, Deer Park.
Garrett County, Md.
'W'N wrfzxnumir mmiv i w iasssy
i$2l to ftlew York.
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KjS? TR.IS LMVCl
M 9:00 A. M. 8:05 P. M. 2:05 A. M.
H TICKKT OFFICES!
Gj (! ami Olive and Union Station.
STEAMBOAT PASSENGERS IN
SERIES OF BAD MISHAPS
Bont Stick tin Snndlmr nnI Effort to
)che to Dentlnntlun IK-suIts
In Fnttil Accident.
FLOWER PAINTING ON VELVET.
Charming English Fad Adopted by
Princess of Wales.
SPECIAL BT CABLE TO THE NEW' TORK
HERALD AND THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC.
London. June 2L (Copyright. 1302.) Al
though most English fashions come from
abroad, when anything new and charming
appears In England, people are always
ready and eager to support It. The royal
family Is generally foremost In such a
The Princess of Wales Is so interested
In the charming fashion of flower painting
on velvet that she has commanded Miss
Edith Cowan to paint her a cushion center.
A great many other Important people have
had dresses decorated In the same way,
whilo Miss Marie Corelli had an exquisite
white velvet table center painted with
roses on the occasion of a rose dinner she
gave at her home in Stratford-on-Avon.
,Trrenty-FIve Cents to Crave Coeur
Lake and Return via juisoan
Trains leave Union Station. (:15 a. m..
9:15 a. m.. dally; 1:30 p. m., Saturday and
Sunday only; 5:35 p. m. daily, except Sun
day; 730 p. m Sunday only. These trains
leave Tower Grove Station eleven minutes
later. Train No. 147 starts from Tower
Grove, leaving there 12:40 p. m., except
Saturday and Sunday,
Clarksvllle. Tenn.. June 21. FOr the last
week the steamer Dunbar has been on a
sand bar near Harpeth Shoals; Cumberland
River, about twenty-five miles above
Clarksvllle. On board as passengers were
Mrs. J. F. Draughan and two children of
Nashville, Mrs. Buck and granddaughter .of
Paducah. Ky., Mrs. Ann Lewis from the
Masonic Home at Nashville, and Mrs. Lou
McGregor of Indian Mound, Tenn.
The steamer belnir unable to get afloat.
these passengers secured a wagon from ,
Clarksvllle to drive to this city. They start
ed Thursday afternoon, the entire party
In a large wagon, with the trunks, except
Mrs. Draughan, Misa Bright, a Nashville
friend, and one of Mrs. Draughan's chil
dren, who rode behind the wagon In Mrs.
Draughan's phaeton, which she had on
board the boat.
When the party reached a point near Half
Pone. Tenn.. on the road to this city, their
wagon struck a log beside the road and
was overturned. The driver, a white man
from here named Hatcher, and the Draugh
an child Jumped and escaped without hurt.
The ladles were thrown out onto the log
with the trunks on top of them.
Mrs. Lewis, who is about 71 years of age,
was fatally hurt; Mrs. McGregor received
internal Injuries of a serious nature, but
may recover; Mrs. JJurk was painfully
bruised, but not seriously huri; Mrs. Bui-k s
grandchild was rendered unconscious, but
not badly hurt. Mrs. McGregor was thrown
Into a near-by creek and remained uncon
scious In the water an hour before the was
Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. McGregor were car
ried to a farmhouse, and are there being
cared for. The rest of the party came to
Clarksvllle without further mishap.
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They have removable flues that makes It easy to keep them
clean and insures a perfect circulation of pure, dry, cold air.
They have heavy charcoal-filled walls and an outside finish
that is as handsome as parlor furniture.
They are made in all sizes and styles and cost no mora than
the ordinary, non-cleanable hollow-walled kinds.
Ringen Stove Co. "MEMBE
AND ALL LBADINQ DEALERS.
Jackets and Fori in Summer
3Cre not ordinarily thought of, but a local
store evidently believes them to be salable
at this season of the year. Judging from the
advertisement of Grand-Leader in to-day s
Republic, in which the entire stock of J.
S Salkey, No. C04 North Broadway, is of
fered at astonishingly low prices.
The heavy-weight garments and furs are
by no means in the majority, however,
forming but a small part of the supert
stock of ladles suits, costumes, skirts,
waists, silk petticoats, wrappers, etc..
which the Grand-Leader offers to-morrow a
llsTsalTwlth decidedly Interesting
characteristics, and will undoubtedly prove
a great attraction to women with econom
Mrs. Sharps: "They call the bellboy 'in
the hotel Buttons.' I believe. I wonder
ifr. Shnrpe: "Probably because he's al
ways off when you need him most tux-cbange.
KSSUCH SNAPS IN SHOES!
AN AMERICAN DANCING HALL I ATHLETICS FOR PARIS TOTS.
Brilliant Opening of Finest of Its
Kind in Paris.
SPECIAL BT CABLE TO THE NEW TORK
HERALD AND THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC.
Paris. June 2L (Copyright, 1502.) Mr.
George Washington Lopra "Bat de la
Presse" In the Champs Elysees was very
brilliant. Among the dancers were Mile,
de Saint Paul and Mr. Reed. Miss Reed
appeared as the Patrle. MIbs S trass ford as
the Journal des Debats, Miss Gould as the
Matin and Mile. Prado as the Figaro.
All the Paris papers were Impersonated
In the inauguration of Mr. Lopp's place,
which promises to be the finest dancing
hall here, and is thoroughly American
Fashionable France Awakens to
2Jeeds of Children.
SPECIAL BT CABLE TO THE NEW TORS
HERALD AND THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC.
Paris. June IL (Copyright. lS03--FJh-lonable
France is beginning to realize that
Its children are far behind other countries
in athletics. The upper ten an now encour
aging youngsters to Indulge a recreation.
After the hack show at Bagatelle Wednes
day this was strongly evidenced, when. the
children of elite Parisian society competed
In various sports. I saw Baron LeJeone and
the Due de Brlssac busy putting the young
racers in their places, the Comte da Beau
mont acting as Judge,
WHEN YOU BUY A.
You are notpayinff for CHROHOS, SCHEflES, FREE DEALS, ETC., but
for FINE QUALITY HAVANA TOBACCO. Equal to IMPORTED CIQARSt
SV H file Vareantn) Clzu Cs-Maanf uonn: a. riit. rjm uu
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