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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JUNE 22, 1902.
AH IMPORTANT DISCOVERY IN DIET.
At the BatUc Creek Sanitarium Food Lab
oratory researches In iltetics have been con-
4..-.-.4 . . ..n-rtaf Ctt ft rontUH 1)1
.killed phjslclans and chemit"i. Including
ery extensive e-.penmenls made on ani
mals and human rungs. One of the moat
lntere-Hlnc dt-co-veiie- Is the Importance of
dextrlnizmc the starch of foods as a means
of preventing and curing indigestion, espe
cially acldlo, sastrlc catarrh, constipation.
Drain lag ricitru. tuu', "" --"
ln adults A a result of thousands of ex-
VJer!nn tits a iica choice toou na- neen ii"
luced ca.led Toa-ted Whe.il Flakes, sweet
ened with Mait Hone, wmen is, tnoroiiBuu
dextrinlzrd and actual! prevent and "'"
these maladies This -iwcct, toothsome food
may be eaten mnit or drj Know the gen
ulne bj a pi. ture of the liattlo Creek Sani
tarium oi the package
An-tions cl. ed qulrklj and rermftnentU CURE
,UAliNTI-ET II,. e cured hundrxls nt casej
irrlarnA h i ele-s, liv imlnrnt physicians and
WflMCU Epical a tcnllon In trc-itlnp all the
WlJITlCrl it Icate dlises ard al menta pe
culiar t" wrmen
1,1 -K MFDirAL lNSTlTI-Tr S7S2 O'lie Ft
Th display of Summer Goods at Burr's
canrot fpll to rreet the fanes of the critical
and eoi nomical bujer. The fabrics this sea
wm r d. lijrhtful in deslsn, and nowhere
t'f tt offered In such assortment as at
Ml-on-i s Gre itet 'tiire
KANSAS SURPRISEPTf BURTON.
Senator's Vote on Cuban Bill Ad
verse to Party Instructions.
lopeka Kas., June 2L-Th "Welllngtoi
r Kansas" Is the term applied to United
t-tatei Senator Burton by many of the lead
li c Ker ibllcans nf this State because of his
i i.j i tion to the President, At the late Re
I ub an State Convention at Wichita strong
ii.ii tiers -were adopted commending the
l'rr -..dent's Cuban reciprocity pollcj.
Sorator Burton was present and made a
fp h commendlnE the administration His
.-'tit Ce now In faor of the beet-sugar In
terests has surprised Republican leaders
1 e-r and they put Burton and "Wellington
In i. same class
Fall Frncinrea Neck.
Tti Francisco. June 2L Shortly before
root; Mr Elizabeth Kellj accidentally fell
:r-m tle roof ot her duelling and was In-Ft-in
1 killed as hr neck was broken by
t-he had gone on the roof to hire a
1 1 mket out to dry that she had washed,
nr.d presumably, wh'Ie leaning against
the rallinir that Inclosed the housetop,
nnl upon which she intended Jiarsing the
blanket, the ralllnc broke and Mrs. Kelly
lost her balance and dropped a distance of
borne twentj teet.
That tell the truth about time, $5 and up.
HESS & CULBERTSON.
Corner blxth and Locos t Sts.
Smallpox in Camhrldee.
Boston, June a. Seventeen cases of small
pox hae been found in Cambrldgeport In
two days. One of the victims is a letter car
rier. It Is understood that one little girl
contracted the disease while watching other
patients being placed In an ambulance,
there are twenty patients In the hospital.
Accidentally Killed by Companion.
Hot Springs, Ark., June 21 James Dill, 12
years old, was shot and killed this morn
ing by Johnny Pryor, IS earsold .The
killing was accidental and the resulfof
carelessly handling a rcoler not sup
posed to be loaded.
St. Joseph Bricklayers, to Strike.
St. Josepj, Mo , June Ik The bricklayers
have announced their Intention of striking
i-nday morning If their demand for $5 for
eight hours Is not met The bosses say they
will not pay the new scale.
Only one way io permanently care
pimples, eruptions, blackheads, large
pores and all disorders affecting the
skin and complexion, the scalp and hair
MY SCIENTIFIC TREATMENTS NEVER FAIL
;J5k Thirty years practical experience en-
JZ ables m to guarantee prompt and pr-
CT vja xnanent curs in all caes that come
T Tj under my profclonal care No charge
hrv It for consultation and book. Call or
X write me personally
JOHN H. WOODBURY D. I.,
Jo6 nermod-Jaccard Bldz . ST.LOUIS.
ISI7 Washiigton Aw.,
Very Lrg Stock of
Granite and frlarble
CARROLI-On Friday, Junu M, 19C2 at 7::0 p
ra . John, belui ed husband of Kite Carroll Oie
Xobln) and fattier of Thoma Carroll
runeral will take place flora family residence,
7io SW& Pennsjiiania avenue, on Monday, June
3. at 1 SO p ni . to St Columbkllle's Church
lhenc to Mount Olive Cemetery. RelatliM and
fjieuds Invited to attend
CLARK On rrlday. June M. M2 at 1-3J a. m.
Laura KJIth beloved vilfa of Ge"rge A Clark'
Funeral eervicos will be h.ll afffmllV resi
dence. No 1703 ongon aien-ie. MnndkjVjinen
JriiaVe - rrln'le lnute(1 t0 " inwment
Cnattanooga, Tenn . papers nlea..e copy.
-ltwE7.-.En,r'',. lnto r"t- on. Saturday. Jun
DIener beloved Jinsband of EHzabeVtfblenerne
l?iSnn.n '' ftth-r of Joseph. Henry ad
Loulfa Dltner. affed S3 vears
Funeral will take place Tueeday. June 2 at
9 a. m . from the family residence No 4116 Sarpir
avenue. Trlcnds invited to attend
DIEMER On Saturdaj June 2t 1932 at 11
o clock m. Alma Dlemer (nee Stttla) 'bMovrd
wife of Emil tol.mcr ae-d 30 veara'anj rnonth,
1 uneral from No 2C22 Ruteer street un Mondav
June 22. at 2 o'clock p m Private. '
CLEASON-Oc June 21. 1JC2. at 11 10 p m at
31eason. Vloved wife of Vm G'leason and
ttsred 4o vear
Due notice ot funeral will be given.
IIILL At CllPnwniMl nrlnn r-1- -
a1902 Charles S Hills In hl al.l .i,s'. .It-1'"
. Funeral will be from his late residence No.
065 Llndell bouleiard. at 2 o clock p m , on
QUIN-LIVAN-n Friday. June 20. 1302. at 1 20
"clocic p m. Mary A Qulnllvan iner K.iii
beloved wife of Thomaa E ; Qulnllvan Kellr.
Tho funeral will take place Sundaj-, 2M m,t
lit 1 o'clock p m . from residence of Edwat'd
Flrnn. So 42jOA Easton avenue, to St. Malachy'
t-hurch. thence to Canary Cemetery. Funeral
Deceased was a member of Knlshta and Ladles
of Horor and Liberty Hive, No. 26. Ladles of.
SIESENER Entered Into rest, after a short
lllnc-s. on Thursday. June 19 1W" at 7 o'clock
a m Mncect beloved eon of Henry and Helen
felesener and our dear brother, at the aae of
14 sears and 11 months.
Kuncral from residence. No. 152 Hosan street.
Jlonday at !ao a. m . to St. Llborlu6's Church
thence to Calvary Cemetery, friends Invited to
attend. Pleas omit ttoners.
SLTMAN On Saturday, June 21, 1901 at S-55
o'clock a. m Margaret Slyman, beloved mother
of Edward w. Howard, Kale, Mamla -and Mar
rarct SI) man, and Mrs. Laurence Knudson. aged
Her funeral will take place from the residence
of her eon. No. 2675 Scott avenue, on Monday,
June 23. at 9 a. m , to St. Malachy's Church.
thence to calvary cemeterj.
"WINTERBERG On Saturday. June Si. 1"2,
at 7 o'clock a m . Edna Ida. UauKhter of Tred
and Mary VAlnterberg (nee Scliaer;. aged W
Funeral Sunday. June 22, at 2 30 p. ro, from
family residence. No. 2025 Chippewa street.
L O. O F. Memorial Service In compliance
irttb the proclamation of the grand sire, a service
hi commemoration of deceased members of the
L O. O F. will be held at the north Presby
tarlas Church, corner cl Eleventh and Chambers
streets on Tuesday evening. June 22, at 8 o dock.
All members of the order and their families and
deads are cordially Invited to attend Members
anil meet at the church promptly at 7.80 o m.
Chairman Committee of ArnngtmtnU.
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EAST SIDE NEWS.
Ten Little School Girls Were Tall
bearers at Funeral of Gene
P'aymntcs jesterdiy bore the coffin in
which lay the bod of little Gonc!ee
Cunningham from her home, on Pehnsjl-
mla avenue. East St. Isuls, to St Pat-ri.k-3
Church, thence to Calvary Cemeterj.
Following them came other schoolmites.
teachers and the friends of tho farrliy.
Genevieve was 10 jears old and the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs Michael Cunningham
of Xo SH PennsjlvanK avenue. She was
injured ten dijs ago in a baseball game.
Sno vas plaving In the school ard at St.
Patrick's Parochial School when she hap
pened too near a boj who was at bat in a
baseball game. Ho tried to avo.d her, but
both tho baseball and the lad's bat struck
her on the head Hie blows induced brain
fever, from which she died Wedncsdaj
Ruth McDermott led tho way for
tho cortege. She carried a basket of flow
ers, which she strew id over tho last path
way of little Genevieve. Following her
came the coffin, which was borno b ten
little, girls, schoolmates of the dead child
They were garbed in white, wore wreaths
of will to roses arid long white scarfs Thev
were Loretta Hillj, Margaret Maj. Mar
Bovne. May Sitrlth, Dora inright, Agnes
Haves. Edna Smith. Eveljn Bishop, Marj
Golden and Blanche Jalagcab.
Following the pallbearers came tho Rev
erend Fatcer Joseph Roken, curate of St.
Patrick's Church. Services wire held at
the church c a a m bj tho Reverend Fa
ther Roken The principal altar was In
black, while tho side altars were In white.
The children's choir sung the mass. The
burial was In Calvarj Cemeterj, In a flower-lined
Struck by Viimlallu Train.
A man whose name is believed to be H. E.
"Wiley of No. 320 Cherokee street, St Louu,
was struck by a Vandalta train at St. Clair
avenue and the railroad track last eveni-g
He was removed to St. Marv's Ho-pital, but
was unconscious, and it is not btl.eved that
he will recover. Postal cards and letters
found on his person give his name and ad
dress as above.
ew Rnral Ilellvery Service.
Postmaster Henry F Bader of Eat St
IxiUs was authorized bv the Unite! States
Postal Department vestcrday to institute
a rural free delivery service to the village
of Cahokia and Intermediate territorj, be
ginning August L The carrier will be al
lowed a salarj of $CU0 a year.
TO FIGHT IMJICTSIEXTS.
Trl-Cltlea Saloonkeepers Form an As
nocintion. Saloonkeepers In the Tri-Citles have
formed a retail liquor dealers' association
to fight the Indictments recently returned
bv the Grand Jury for operating slot ma
chires In their places
Each city Is retresented, and a fund will
be raised to empioj attorneys to appear
for them when the cases come up for trial.
The members of the assoclat on expect to
be acquitted, as the sav the law under
which they were Indicted Is unconstitu
Mayor Rosenberg? Gives Hond.
Major Julius Rosenberg of Granite City,
who was indicted by the Grand Jury Icr
bribery and malfeasance in otlice, at its
sesa.on at Edwardsvlile, furnished bond
yesterday to the amount of $1200 Ernest
Doerper and Charles Kuennemann were
Corner-stone Laslnsr Ceremonies.
Arrangements have been made with the
Terminal Railroad for a special train from
SL Louis to take St Louis delegations to
the corner-stone laving ceremonies this
afternoon of the new Park Avenue M. B.
Church. A large crowd Is expected.
PIPILS rUESET A DRAMA.
Commencement Kxcrclses of SS. Peter
and Pnnl's Cathedral School.
Tho annual commencement of SS Peter
and Paul's Cathedral School at Alton was
held Triday evening In the Spalding Au
ditorium in Bell street. A diploma of grad
uation was given to Miss Helen M. Rielley,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Rielley, In
Miss RMlev delivered the valedictory
and Charles b Colbert was selected bv the
tiunlla of the school to deliver the saluta-
; tory The diploma was awarded by the
Reverend ratner rennessey, principal oi
the school. The pupils of the school pre
sented the drama of "Kathleen: or. The
Cost of a Promise' The following charac
ters were taken by the pupils: Scene L
Mrs. Connor's cottage Kathleen. Catherine
A. Barrett: Mrs. Connors (her mother).
Mary L. Yeothan: vocal duet, "Sweet
Home," May Pfeffer and Nora Bruegge
mann Scene 2, Public Park Granny Gilii
gan, old apple woman, Helen R Yeothan;
Loda, violin plajer, Helen C. Keefe; Zola
Dancer, Helen Degenhardt; little girls play
ing in the park; My Countri's Boy. Charles
Haagen bcene 3, Mrs. Rojaltons sitting
room Mrs Rojalton (wealthy sister of
Mr. Connor). Anna B. Keefe; Ethel and
Lucille Royalton (nieces of Mrs Rojalton).
Sarah B Koehne. Alice C. HIngemann;
Mme. Felice (French attendant of Mrs
Rovalton). Catherine C. Maguire; Topsy
(maid to Ethel and Lucille), Irene B Mc
Carthy; slumber song by Topsj. Scene 4.
Magistrate's office Magistrate, Stephen P.
Rellly; Guards Victor Heintz and Alexan
der Zerwas; Messenger, Eugene Cunning
ham, Guests, Edward Sharkey and Earl
Long. Scene B Mrs. Rov niton's room
Finale. "A Boy's Troubles." John Sweeney;
an Irish sketch, "The Ould Man's Coat
Tails." Barnny McCabe, Charles D. Toole:
Mr. Screwsby, James P. Barrett; Henry
Morlev Augustus M Crivello; Mary Mor
ley. Alice M Sharkey; vocal solo. "You'll
Yv"ih Me Back faome Day," Mabel A. de
Alton Notes and Personnls.
The body ot Mrs Louis Nichols, who com
mitted suicide by taking carbolic acid at her
home at No 440 BIuH street, Alton, on Thursday
rooming, was shipped to Brighton, 111 , yester
day for burial
The "iocng People's Society of Christian En
deavor of the Twelfth Street Cumberland Presby
terian Church at Alton has elected Mrs W R.
hmlth president. Miss Rose McCrea vice presi
dent, Mrs. Grace l'errln secretary. Ivo Winter
trea-uter. V E Ixgan chorister. Mrs F B.
Brownlns organist, 3ll"s Blarche Murphy assist
ant organist and F. B. Browning and Russell
Mrs. IL Snyder of Alton Is seriously 111 at
her home en the Vandalla road
The annual picnic of Alton Lodge. No 457.
of D O H , will be given to-day at Washington
The annual commencement of St- Mary's
School In Mton will take clsce this evening at
9t Marv's fcchool Hall In Henrj etreet
Frank C Rlehl. the well known Alton shot.
returned vesterda from a trip to New ork and
othe" Eastern cities
The ncplls of the North Prebyterlan Sunday
School in St Loul'gaie a picnic yesterday after
noon at Spanla Like making the trip In two
special cars over the Burllniton Railroad
The children' Clara at the Music Studio of
Ml.i Katharine V. Dickinson in the bpaldlnr
Clubhouse, Alton, gave a unique entertainment
yesteiday afternoon, presenting "The Adventures
of Two Little Girls." by Jane Bingham Abbott.
"Westerners lu Jieir York.
Kcw York. June 2L Amons the arrivals
at the hotels here to-day were the follotv
ins AVesternt rs: .
Bt. Louis I- H Thompson, D. R. Russell and
Mrs. ltuswll Holland. M H. Uuff, J F. Robin
son, J II Holmea. Waldoif. . 8. Bell and
Mrs Bell, Imperial; H Kadcoe, Hotlman; W. R.
rlebt. Herald Sauare
Kansas City T. Cotton, J. S. Ryder. Marl
borough feprlnKfield. Mo H. Cooper and Mrs Cooper,
Sprlngfield. Ill H. B. Lutta and Mrs. Lutte.
May not be all that Is meant by dytpeptia
now, but It will be if neglected.
Tha uneasiness alter eatir?, fits ot nerv
ous headache, sourness of the stomach, and
disagreeable be:chir.g may cot be very bad
now, bnt they will be If the stomach is
su3ered to grow ii eaVei.
Dyspepsia is such a miserable dtseaao
that tho tendency to It should be given
early attention. This Is completely over
which strengthens thswholc digestive system
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RUN DOWN BY REAPER
Gcoige -BcchtoliTs -Child -Lows-
Her Uight Arm in the
"While phjing in the wheat, which her
father was harvesting, Eleanor, tha -t-j
ear-old daughter of George Bechtold, a
farmer living three miles north of Belle
v lie. was run down bv a reaper and her
tight .irm cut off at the elbow The acci
dent has temporarilj deranged her father.
Bechtold f-iirly idolizes his little daughter
and U has been his ustcm to have her ac
company him all ovei thb farm Yester
day afternoon he took her out with him -is
usual. He left her in .i cleared port on of
the field The tot thinking to surprise him.
got Into a thick portion of the whiat field
und Just in line with the reaper. The father
Intent on bin work, did not sea h's little one
hiding in the tail wheat. Farm hands said
that It would have been Impossible for him
to have seen her had ho known that she
As the big frame wheel of the reaper
nowtd the wheat Into the machine, little
l.Ieanor stood up und waved her hani to
ward papa, at the same time calling to
hipi The next instant the reaper had
orawn the arm Into the jaws of thx ma
chine, which nit it of and the cry of glau
ne:w was turned to one of agonj Tho
piercln? cream of his child caused the
father to turn his head The sight of his
laved little one sickened him. Farmhands
rushed to his aid and v ith a strong cord
the el'ild s arm was bound and the fastest
team was hurriedlv hitched Several men
accompanied Bechtold on his drive to
Belleville There the child was taken to
Kl'zabeth's Hospital whtre half a dozen
surgeons were soon in attendance on her.
Lant evening the Fisters at the hospital
raid that the child was In a fair wa to re
cover. nnpcnLic.w cktkl, committer.
Antl-lntex Element Deposes Charles
Members of the St. Clair County Republic
an Central Committee met in Belleville
vesterday and selected a new chairman and
Secretary. The antl-lates element had the
upper hand, and deposed Charles Becker
of Belleville, who had served long and
faithfully as chairman, and In his stead
thev elected Doctor E. II. Irwin of New
Athens A. G. Schluetcr, the East J3t
Louis druggist, was selected as sccretari
! The throw down to Mr. Becker was the
cause of much comment among the Re
publicans of the East Side last evenlu?.
Mr. Becker was not a candidate for re
election .is chairman of the Countv Central
Committee, but leading Republicans think
that it was oue him In view of his work In
behalf of the part to honor him with the
chairmanship Too much Interest In party
armonv, where the Interests of Governor
lates was concerrcd, is believed to have
caused the throw down.
COL.TV GRADUATES GET DIl'LOUU.
Jersey Comity Tencliers' Annual for
mal Is Cloned.
The annual Jersey County Teachers' Nor
mal closed jesterdaj at Jerscjville. The
normal has been in session one week and
nearly every teacher in tho county hjs
been in attendance. Yesterday all ap
plicants for teachers' certificates were ex
amined by County Super.ntendent of
Schools J. W Roberts Superintendent
Roberts also awarded diplomas to seventj
feven pupils of the eighth grade, of the
Jersey County schools, who recently passed
the countv central examination. All thoe
to whom diplomas were awarded made an
average of 63 per cent in the examinations,
with no grade below 75 per cent,
The pupils who received diplomas in the
county were Anthony Bott of Bott School.
Charles Rue. Burton Garv, Roy Edwards
and Edward Gibbons of Delhi School; Jen
nie Cairns, Frank J. Heuoener. William
Huebener. Edward Huebener and Jerome
"IV Long of Central School; Emma Bauer
and Percy Edwards of Eldredge School:
"William Lawrence and William H. Bray of
Prairie Union School; Mjrtle O. Bates of
Paradise School; Frank It. Smith and Geo.
Bell of Fidelity School; Mabel Turner and
Iri Rhodes of Oakland School: RavmondG.
Bradshaw. John D. Smith and Charlotte B.
Gross of Hawkins's Prairie School; Elsah
P. Force and John Lock of Randolph
School: Minnie Howard. Elsie Caraon. Llllie
Rarnal and Benjamin Bryant of Elsah
School: Ryrou L. McDow. Chloe Heitzman,
Octa V. Darr. Lucy M Briggs. Metta Lur
ton. Alma Palmer, Roxle Blackburn. May
Hughes and Lora V. McCalla of Dow
bchool; Wilmer Dvmond and Reba RIntoul
of Round Prairie School; Florence Adam",
Festus Florida. Leslie Landon, Hazel Sun
derland and Bertha McKahney of Clayton
School; Charles McKabney of Henderson
School; Elizabeth "Wiggins of Centennial
School; Stella Miller, Edna I Miller. Ze ah
Lowe and Stella Vorhees of Pleasant Hill
School: Louis Daniels and Marcus Post of
Victory' School; Minnie Klohr. Nora Mur
phy and Alvln Embly of W hite Rose
School; Katie O'Donnell and Thomas
O'Donnell of Independence School; George
Mears and J. Edgar Wadlow of Shlloh
School; Addle Allen of Salem School:
Blanche Moss of Pleasant Grove School;
Amelia Zahn and Annie RIchey of Grant
School; E"sie Wiegand of Central School;
Henry Jewsburv. Finis A. Downey, Matilda
Morgan" and William Heffron of Shakerag
School: Cora J. Housemann of Fremont
School- Alta Lawler and Charles Cum
mings of Teneriffe School; Effle Weeks and
Fritz Andrls of Guntermann School.
DEAF MLTES AT PICMC.
One Hundred nnil Sixty Members of
St. Louis Clnb Attend.
The St. Louis Deaf Mutes' Club gave its
twentieth annual picnic at the Piasa Chau
tnunua esterdav. One hundred and sixty-
' four rrembers of the club went to Chau-
I tnuqua esterday mornneT In three special
cars oer tho C. P. and bt. I Railrortd, re-
turninc; late last etening There they were
! Joined by a number of mutes from Granite
rollowlng the basket dinner, athletic
eents were ien. Several of tho excur
sionists also went up the Jllssias ppl to
Grafton in achts.
The Daf Mutes' Club Is one of the unique
organizations of SL Louis. The offlcers are
William Stafford president; Joseph Bret
scher, ice president; L. A. Fron ng, treas
urer; George D. Hunter, secretary. The
lub has quarters on tho third floor of tho
Union Dairy building at Jefferson and
Washington a env.es
OUTIG FOIl HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS.
Passe Club Is Enjoylnc Cool Breezes
at Piasa Cliantuaquu.
Members of the St. Louis High School
Girls "Passe" Club went to PUba Chau
tauqua jesterday for their annual camping
trip. Yesterdav wat the third consecuthe
time that tha High School girls hac gone
fo Chautauqua on June 21. The cump will
continue until Julj 6 Mrs A. G Flint of
No 2539 Dayton street Is chaperoning the
party, which Is comcosed of Misses Mjrtle
Snider, Mary O'Connor. Mamie Cerf, Frieda
Kajser, Olga Kajser. Hattle Arnot. Viola
Conrad Cordla Cowherd. Frank Barter,
Catherine Thomson. Ella Hull. Ada Hull,
Miude Miller and Geneiee Fox and Mis
The High School Boss Glee Club Is also
encamped two miles above Chautauqua, on
the Mississippi In the party are John
Snow Robert DIeble. Wagner and Ljtle.
j Jersey IHe Aotes.
I County Clerk F"nmm of Ca'taoun Couity is
, sued mRrrlare licensee to Augustus Becker and
' i- in, rMnmmer. Dotn of Biichtoun. John
Simon ard Mls Theresa Scireiafrnieyer. alto of
' The Board of County Com-nIs!oneri of Cal
houn CounU hae reap o'nted BIchard Ferguson
Keeper of the Calhoun County Poor Farm
. a tsniiiTa nn "MlElonarv TJf !n TnrLpv"
will be delii ered In the Fir t P-esb terlan
Church It Hardin on Thursdaj eeninc. June 16.
bi the Reverend II K. Sanbome pjstor of tne
First Presbyterian Church at Alton
2. E Maiks Is at Feo"ia. attendlRr the Stata
Conention cf the Emtalmrs' Association
The Reverend Ellha Safford returned last
night from Nokcnls. where he was called by
the death of his father. Edwin Safford, and will
occupy te pulpit of tl-e Prebj terlan Church
this mornlns; To-nl?ht the bundaj school will
hao its annual children's day cxerciea
Paul B Comle, clt editor at the Alton
Telegraph, was In EdT ards llle j-esterday.
Upon application of the Sharpshcoters Asso
ciation of the City of Highland. Sher ff Joseph
Hotz yeterday appointed Chatles Belchel spec al
Deputy Sheriff in charce of Llndendale Tark
The Edwardsvlile Trades and Labor Assem
bly elected the follow ing officers: C. Nation,
president: Fd Cobine. ice president. Chas E
Gueltlg. secretary. Geo. Kellermann. treasurer,
James Ryan, guardian; Newton Barnett. gu'de;
John D. Burrw, Clarence Flelda and Ed Ilohson,
trustees; J. P. Linn, J. D McCune and C; E.
Oueltle. Arbitration Committee; J Renfro. N.
Bamett and J. P. Linn, Finance Committee; A.
II. Mschwltz, disuict organtier.
The offices on tha entire first floor of the.
County Courthouse were cone over by painters
and dorators this week.
T. P. F. Rellley departed yesterday for De
troit to attend the national convention cf the
Xsursitlonaj Harfels Workers' Association, which
i ifflra ! siiatwii
If ' xSi F4 P Kris I sMi H$f3' IPSlilWs v&ss!ajp,3
"nrisiifTiiirt"t ri iitt - n
Bin irsit i-nrzy A
stoo to consider the vs
present efficiency of the
TizLLUKAI'tl SKKViua Xv
frtn-arr m lih Tl htTt It VSS
was before the' -rus i al.- m
enierca t.is iiciu r
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SaaleJ ponbas will be received by the Board
of CommtFioTt r r t t ue Hospital for Injna
No 4 until Jb o clock a m Jane 2a YHti fo
the LompIctloD of me follow Ir,; building nnl
lmproements L'iMurlrd war! t re i us; ani
reiiiser-.il n plant barn, sranitold walks, cu-bs
and put ten and nfear sranlnj: for hrimt
plan ,n! ne-iiHatJir-' are en (lie at the offlcs
of the irchlterl at Holla Mo and al33 ut the
off.re of the engtner en the lrMltution grcundJ
atFarmington Mo. n H H0llBNSCmLD
xrriJtect inj -unerlnten1nt,
Stite IIrpltal for Insane. No
conencs Mondaj lie W a de'esate of I-ocil
Official Forecast Announced for
To-Day and To-Moirov.
"Washmston June 21 Fort-Ci'l
Illinois I tlr and earner t-unday Monday
fair. ecej t probable showers in south vu tton,
lij,ht to freh nrth winds lecnurj; variable
Karas 1 olr and wanner fcundar Monday In
MNtuuil lair and wa-ner Sunday Moi day
InrreaInj, cl udinet. jrobaMj si wer.
EiBtf-n Teas Fair bunda exc-nt showers
aicnp th' ooat Monday Tatr. i.-irme' in In
tend, U(,ht to frch nvnheat wlnd. becoming
A extern rxa Oklahoma and Indian Territory
Kalr and warmer -undaj Monda fair
Axkya I air bundaj and Mondaj , rislrg
St. Louis, fcaturdaj. June 21. 1N3
tf.jj a rn fi 9 p in
ThermoTieter. desire .- 59 65
Huml l,t. degrees 8 C4
Direct on of wind NV N
Iocit of wind 12 14
"Ue-ul-er at o0 a m clar. at 6 S9 p m ,
cleir Maximum temparotiire 71 decrees, mini
mum, Kitr 3' Z fitt , ..,..
It J. HYATT,
I3al Ic-ecast Offlclal
Department c? Auctilture. Weather Bureau
Meteorological oliMattf p receled at bt Ioj!s
June 21 1802. at 6 59 p rn local tlma and S p m.
6em attti mend an time t)bb-r.ation3 mad
at the tame moment of time it all ta tiers:
&j8v&3S8rrefi8wssyi etm ia mx w Bsg in K3 &&i mmv. &$ ks&
k. vi ' jestGfsssjesssssossa fsts?s en zsx" . v , essa fcj es: ni ws4 kwj--
4 l B
Station. Dir Tp.Mx Run Weathe
Abilene N 70 75 . .. Cljudy
Amurlllo E M C .. Clear
Chattanooga N 7. 78 02 CI-a-
(.lncinnatl NV C6 70 .... Cicar
Chicago MV 60 62 C'oudy
Columbus NW tl e .... Fair
Cairo NV CS 1 .. . Fair
Chejenne h 72 ' .... clear
Concoidla 6 72 .. . Clear
Dubuque N' IS J .... Cot,dr
Denfr E M .... CI. ir
Des Moines W 62 C Clrar
Divenpntt W t" ii .... Clear
Dodge City SE C6 70 ... Clear
IcrtSmlth N 72 71 . C ear
Oran.l IIaen M r .. Clear
Orand Junction N So SJ .... Clear
Hare . K S "-t, near
Indianapolis NV (Z CS Cl'ar
Kunsas Cits MV H W . Clear
Little Hock N" 70 7) .02 Ci,r
Louisville NW 6 73 .... Fafr
Lander W M fc .. ClcVir
Memphis N" 70 IX 01 Cludy
Modena MV W 91 ... Clear
Nashville MV 70 74 Fair
North Platte SE- 70 7; Ciir
Omaha N 64 64 .. . Clear
Oklahoma Ml f6 es ... Clear
PltUbu-K N"V fit "1 Clinr
Parkerfburg NW Cb 7) .... Cca-
Pueblo E 74 74 .... Clear
Rapid C1t K K 63 ... I.ir
4!5refport XtT 6o 71 .11 Cleir
SprtlKfiM. Ill VW (12 64 .. noadjr
t Louis NW S 7 .. . Clea-
Pprlnglleld Mo N" 64 v .. . Clear
bait Like N "! "I .... Cear
Santa Fe S T! 75 Cleir
San nton!o "J SS 3i .... Ccar
Vlckslurg V 74 V) .... Cl-ar
lVlniine SB 70 72 .. . Cl-ar
Wichita NE 55 CS .. . Clear
Indicates trace of rain
tKIUlng frost this morning
R J. HTATT.
Local Forecast Official
For wedding g'ft'
HESS & CULBERTSON.
Corner Sixth and Locust Sts.
w.vnts ruiiTiim irortMATio
The Board of License Revision nut in the
office of the License CommUiioner P. J.
Clifford In the Citj Hail at S CO a. m. jes
terday and pnsscd on the return which hnd
bten made the da preUuus n persons
des ring merchant1-' license Tour returns
were held for further information as to
the amount of property owned bj the par
ties appljlng for the licenses.
L'iM-i Ji'iyrTpygyjrf humtak JUMJ-T?s3gaa
BH Hours io
I S$ TRAINS LEtVEi
f ... . .. M MM
y:uu a. m. b;ub f. m. 2:ui a. m.
(I tli anil OHie nuil Ijifon Station.
is Interest el und chocM Jjiot
atKui the wondcrf al
TIip ret Ti-sidii rtir. Jniee
lin arac.T . iifi,-ii'
ch .sun convenifrc.
k H l ir?3U IKK3LJ.
Aft 8r dt Ut fr (t.
M ARI IEf.. !tfi.nim
other, b it fend stamn forti- "-
lOMtTTltMl kwV u.ta-t it OTrM 9.
fCll rtftrtl-nTnr. .tut Hum. Iirpm '
TaiKaJiLKtA ii..ia tni zee: t
"Om :u Times UJff..iiWor'J.
1 ut it; Uy.
olrr VilM.n D,uc -o SS Wail'icou ?.
Judge A Dalph,,UJ Olive ct.
Rant lu x. Co. llnadav .nrt l.uea r
WILLIAM P. MOM tS. ' IL J DIEK.SCITE.
ESTAHL1SHKD IN IM
WISSOLUI STATK 11ITli.L I'lnC .VD
MARINK lSlRCB COMPANY.
Office. No. 117 Che-lnJt St.. St Louis Mo.
Tel Uell Ma'n CT1A TI Klnl cl A ill.
Policies are written on elilH-i stock or mutual plan
Henrv a Haar'tick. - J B C Lucas.
M R. Orthwc'n D D Walker.
Anrustus NedCerhut. Jss. TV. Bell.
Y?m. F. Homes.
x r -sy
TURKISH BATH EX&LUSW&Y FOR LAOIES,
h.'llll UHtblItli, MA.HUUmtiU t'M SKAriiFOUiHG.
OIi: UIII.V S TO C, SUMJWS 6. TO 12.
GSRLETOH BUILDiNG tfth Md o sb.) F. DeDONATO.
THE 23C5r5 jHE3iCJTTSiiH ?1?.. !?5- ToiUfi-
iGGS&T The oujv IosItve C am far Liquor DrlnUlnc, 11or,Llnc jnl other ar
gt -IL, v cotlc Irmr Valntr 1ciir.ithenla, Tchatto und Clsaitttt addictions.
'?V iJfC 3DTFt. O". 31. 23ZiAZA'iJ. X?liyntelnn i Ttlnnager.
CiV' I0sn Trrttmftt for Toll af to ad mrutlirniA. II and loa-f"- tr tt-Itroo. lisdell ltf
WHITE HD CREEH MOUHTAUIS
And all New Fn 'land Seashore Keaorts reached
quit Klj by way Sew iork Lit.
IJLMI-& LKE. WIS Cool, no moiu tses r
n.a'arla, beautiful scenr For partkular4 ad
dre3 Mlfs S H- KIRK. Kirkland Wis.
THE OlKO0I. (86th fason) (torn LaVe, Wis.
After thirty iUe suctasful season. lnipruins
r.lth each ytar. tbtre shoutd be an 1 is no hett r
nor moie pt,pula rescrt All irodern iirpro.e
ments pi e tl otri it bathrooms In all co t cs.
All amuaemtrts nc-ir KOlf links fine hlllrir.
nsh'rg and bathint. Oar n ott Xct the cuap
tet. but the btt Write for ooklet and rate.
C. P HAbELTlNt: t bO.N Dartford. Wis
Virf'nta ue and Hcauh. Atlantic City. N J
Open all the year tprin and fall rates. 32 5
4'li. JltJ weeklv and upward btrlctly first
rmrs ed I r terms and illustrated booklet
hW asoi an U r the anu,enient of ia. B
Phmbu ovrrer and proprittcr
1 itv feet ocean front, 1-3 ..il!e ;a::ous porch
All corridors 2 feet nide U.t.b ilix-tl Hallroom
5UD0 Onhestra, lli pieces C-.erj nodern com
fort and faclllt Suiu. with priate bath Kates
IIS to W per week. Keduclln "iurlnc Iul v Utf
forbocktt HORACU "t CKKC
Also liotei crTna-ai". niiiEion, u v
GREENBRIER WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
The "OLD WHITE" j!phur). open Jure 15.
Famous for Its sulphur talhs MoJern Improve
ments, with p-iate ba h Orchestra of 15
piecis Trms tli to $1 week SZ0 to 9- per
mo-th lite fc illustrated booklet Addresj
11 MtHINGTON MILLh, Xlanager. Greenbrier
White Sulphur Sprlrgi. W Va
NE W OCEAN MOUSE,
Allen Alnl'e Edward R Grabcw. Proprietors.
WILL OPO JL.C I4ni.
Greatly Et larged Fort 1'rUaie Baths All
tha Latest Improvements Everything New.
Botk'ets republic Bureau.
IIUni:RTS INN VND COTT4GES,
Keen Heichta, tesex Co . N. Y.
FInpt resort n the mouitatna AccommoJaes
S I P00 feet above tea lefl A2usit3ieri ell
mate, scenery and driF (Jolf. tennis casino,
orchestra, bowline billiard bunMnp fi?Mn.
bratinc Adilie'8 Edwin II let. lroprle or.
Mnragf-r "The Princeton Inn " Princeton V J.
Nev. Ycrk repintatlve. Robert It. rlcnt.
Sleepy Hollow Resort
South Haven, ftlich.
Vhen tnc summer sua 1j baking humanity
e er here els-e, HIeepy Ho. low, U 1 anuej bj
cool breezes from tlie in and sea it has in
ccrapaiable advantage- Its wonderful diversity
of natural beauties maKes It & de Ightful sum nr
home rinc-PonK. Tennis, do t. Bat bine, etc.
On tte north 9 lore of LaUe Uriu. tn hours
ride from Uttrolt. the tnoBt beautiful tuaimer re
port on the areat lakes. lnehoIe ffulf ltne.
bathirg boatirgr. flshlrp dI Ef-ttul drles. e;c .
and no mooquitoes 8uperor acconimodatio is.
n. iny lrproments, popular prices. Optn abuut
June 15 Kor pirticuiara address the piO, rttcr.
"U" P. Bejer. Hotel fcte Claire. Detroit. Mich
COXSIVE'R. THE ATTRJtCTlQ&S at
before you decide on your pi ins for thp suinm-r.
ItotTers whateveryoacibStteLius'.tbt maximn
of cmFort and plea-t re iciihont cxtortionato
expen-. ritift re-ort 111 the nortIiet.
nppnor hntfU, drife, rowirp. Ixacli hsibinic,
coif, hf-alUifcI ftttcr. etc tree booklet tells
nil bruit It. Write for one tc!ay.
. It. HAil C, Srcj., er TlUil BatL, ialrrt, XH.
IJ ' "V FlE?JTriIUl. 'I; V
1 T9-M6HT" 15 SIT. BIT. ; W w
FIl'ST TIME HERE
Reautiful Trodjctlon of Stnnge and Edward a
"Tlio ""t77'ociblixts Day."
B"R Cit Prln Ipais Incoraparibe Chorus Auc
rnentel OrchrFlra Seen c R Iti- Old SHU
heel SteenlechTe New MUnay Attraction"
Rfmnrant In CfttnK Bard Concerts Da e
cpt Saturday Heeened Seats at C. 4. A P. It.
June S-L.1l MASCOTTE. Take any car
The Summer Home of Refined VauJille.
lETIlUHEJIV; E. SPSK!. Wl EulilSV.
nir.HT HIG CTS.
Matinee Sundaj Udnesday and Slturday.
Trie TIinolGH South Bro diaj car-.
Creve Coeur Lake.
TXO.. Iiionol Ziogaro,
Kins of the Spiral Tower.
Afterxinou anil Ctealng
I Mr HennlDK W Prentls. principal llodsen
School at An-hor Hall. Jefcrsun and Park aies.
! beclnnlna; Monday. June 18-
Hosmer Hall iaihll'A
A Day and Boardlne School for Girls
Coll.se prt-pnralUn a seelnllr. Certiflcala admits
tobesceoilerw- Open Sjt.S5, 1904.
Addn J1ISS IX. 11. MATUEVTS, PrUefpaL
r".l Aiierunou ami L.euiur t-.,,.!
Lfppl I1A.ND CONCERTS VT?&
MUUl rireviorks Uixplns-.
&v;s ri- --' x.8,-.As'felrVcr.a;
ccan TiOavc Toonsc,
RYE, NORTH BSACH, N. H.
For Bui.klft adare's H E PUyXAM. I'rop-letor
I'Liiii'ToTiioniL untt-ii inn, iri..
0erlcKkln? I'aj an: Ocean Fine Mus'c Hail art
Orchestra I lei at r Gnlj house niti tl k
1 Khta Near U3thtnc; N.u.b 'lo.t AceotinnKlatts
:) BtnMrt at Republic Bureau C A Strne.
Mzr. V.atch Hill. R. I. (late of Palm Bea."i.
THE ISLAND, ' VOu.s.
Ux-Ilent ccttaf.es iforntrIy privj.it: ajd geu
erat din ins hall, open June Z4 in)ltduals or
families iccomrrcdTtwl for wee cr season CJolf.
rthinK Mill cc tennis slmTiirK. etc Children
safe ecrwhere secure cct ac romi early Can
nrrl't the dav ou l-ie St Imi For Hlus
trateJ bock adJre"p Th 1an-1 Cn , OhVosh Wt.
ON LAKE SUPERIOR.
Purest water In th world No mlarla Flh
lns, Yachtlns l'ate-, planrvfd whUenn Cojl
all Fummer Write Consolidated Land Conipanj.
WEST EHD HOTEL AKQ GQTTAGES.
Situated on tluff farine OfCau.
rOTTaLS NOW orEv
IIOTEU OPKN-. THUM)f JL'KE tl'h.
Trarsie-t ratrf l0i dis ard up. Am -Ian.
rew York Office. II Urmdwav iltnm ,oi
tV F HlI.DRFmi. Mcr
Farnsys Miners! Springs,
Beautifully located , en Clinton KIer. near De
troit and luake t Chr i:--.IIent nmns boat
l"t; dnxlrnr ami Ciclinc facilities The h--alth-Kiing
waters fro-n th"- fir-famed mineral
sprin(r hae a world wide rtputaiien for the
cure cf reumati-m and klndrtd t-llnient-i
A li'trdfome booklet with photoaraphie views
and ful. deEi-rlptlrna of te ltttht l-athhm e,
Ilctcls. etc, ma be liad free by mail AdUes
F U EAbTMAN".
Chamber of Commerie Mount Cemens Jllch.
the ROYAL FRONTENAC
Franlc'ort. Mich . Entirely New ard Modern.
'1111 O-irn Ha Flrnt spnanii JILI 1st.
COOI.CST SPOT i ,,iicnin.
Mus'c Dnnrlnfr P atlnr. Bi nine. Fi'hins:,
Horseoacl. Rid np. Oclf Tennis. Etc
J. R. Hit; eft nnil . . flrilnt. I,CN-ieci.
Also I.sees Pari. Hotel. Hot Sprlnsis. Ark.
GRAND AND SULLIVAN.
Tlckf ts on rale at Cafe Caesar. !10 N. Sixth st :
Stanlej'. sttth and Washington. Moss S. Loiren
taup. 1ZZ Olixe
CAME STAItT; DAII.1 J P M.
SUNDAY GAMES START 3 15.
West End ISeiKis.
Clajton and Sklnkcr read, southwest comer
World's Fair erourd. Chouteau aie. cars; othr
Tr&l< cars transfer
OPENS SUNDAY. JUNE S3.
CONCERT AND VAUDEVILLE.
4 OLIFANS 4
TVEXONA and TRANK. Eirxrt Rifle Shots
IJL.NCHE Sl-OAX. senvitlonal Aerial Artist.
s-lster to farou JccKei, TOD SLON.
GARDKN nrd SOMERS. Musical KH(?s.
COLLINS and li U!UT, LomeJy Acrobats.
Rajr-tie MnEer ard Dancers
ELIZA CET1I KMiiHT. Op ra Io Vo altst.
Adn,icsion to Gardea l.ce Includ s
HEltlt G1UMDA .ND ALMA rKDORA.
Sensational fcreclitl3U on II sh 'Vlre.
Adm.sson to treater, lc arM rac special ra
rerved seats Se extra. HENRY feCllERF.
BOWs-ejPiT T" EUD ECTVU
COVMFNCING SUNDAY. JUNE
MKGIMLS I- lrt In lean.
BUHLEK-KEilnLE RISING CO.
Market St. andfeiter ard Kins' Highway
rars. Grand Ave. Jeffercn. Foorh St. transfer
Tower Grow Eierlnts at S20 Mat Wed. nnd
Sat. tan. ' Two Orpi ans"' Co 1 Ins Will S Ma
ine:. Maoaxer. Reserved (eats, TeL Koerner.
fMMLMlwf)l.-l. Ill II I
51st Bsuicvard sad Lake S-rcre, I
U the finest summer and winter hotel on M B ibll wlawUIaB
ithe Great lakes for families, touri5ts and ..
transient sne'ts. Has nearly a jooo feet H ?SPS2Si.
broid reranda. Built of stone and w jjCS7S,'VLW
I pressed brick 450 large rooms. All cnt- 9 c"cJSI5SW.
I aide. Nocojrts. Furnished throughout K hVcSH!?iferSjk
in mahogany 2ra pnTate bath rooms. 3 C M Vi? $ QS W kerraA
Just xo mmutes by Illinois Central Ex- a 1 FI w& K . k4'SH
press from the shopping and theatre dis- u n H CcTrrrfLKl?tii
trict of the city. Cool in summer, away K fe n tT SfWySTM
from the city's duvt, noise and smoke, s Q K TV QX V"jvvlSSi
Golf, tennis, boating and fishing. H ifel "SMSiiSftiiSgESij
Send for Handsome New S F I I 1 M 1 tA ! H ISf
)va.-t. ,-i..- -'fMgmJiii
a, l Selkirk & ee
Auction and Storage.
Kejularsalo pvcry Saturday at warehonss
and pi-ncral oOirts. l-(-lo-u Cliouteaa ave.
fal s in residence:! a specialty. Phone Kinlocb.
Samnel Cans. Manager. T14 and 716 Washlns
ton avi Auction -ale-, of salvage merchan
dise. V, atch for special notices
A. A. SLLKIKfC Aoctloneer.
AT 2926 Lucas Ave.
AUCTION SALE OF
THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1902.
Commencing at 10 CO a. m. we v.ill sell h
entlii- funisnfnirs t.t ah ridtrnce iz' Par
lor Cl It Leather vut-h ii otv Chairs and
Rockcri Mahosajij Dcsk lltrn Hody Brusela
Carpets. Uac Ctuiaiis .li$ l-ixture. line Oalc
neti-ocm butt Kraes Ted En-meleJ HeJa.
Uressers nd Uar:tan U M noi front Ward
rote Wow Couch, Itox Ccuh Cniffonitr and
Wardrobe combined Mantel t tks Toilet Eet.
S-lu!ng StAjii. UeJdlng f all kind? fine Chin.
Clcst Iiooku'e ari I X I xt--ii'Jii Table. L.
y Chaira. Ch ra aid Glas.- Ware I a lUna
Gas Kange. B .e Bume- lleatir Move Kef ris
en tor. Ire 13jx Kitchen ani Laua'.rj Outfit
xh atxne are as gocd aj new and cf fine qual
it. Don t miss this sale Trm can.
A. SKUIItK &. CO
At Seventh and Carroll Sts.
B4.Mvm.PTCV tCTION S.I.H OF
HARDWARE, FIXTURES, ETQ,
MONDAY, JUNE 23, 1902.
fomircscirs; at !j 10 a jfi we will i-ll by
crder , f crurt the erllre s" X ot A FALKEN
11AINLK 1AHJI MllHINHll VO bankrupt.
z -lielf Ha-lvir Toulst Farm Mchinerr.
Of rice arl Ftoro Ttur. Surr, Bugg ae
on Ilirnis etc irrms ca
A. A. SKLKIIIK A CO., uctlonecrs.
mitOV F. IHI1BITT. Trustee
All! OTT A LUW r.D-- Atlotnejs
1808-10-12 CHOUTEAU AVE.
REGULAR SATURDAY SALE
At cur ?alesrcoms every tu-day rrornlnj at
10 JO oviock. In these weekly rales we dip-seof
Inmene quantities of rurniture. Carpet. Stores
ard other miscellaneous kooJs and articles Oai
location Is certral ard the attendance of buyers
A. A. SELKIRK & CO.
park ill mm
THE BIG PLACE ON THE HILL.
GOME AND LOOP THE LOOP.
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY, Rsin or Shine.
EDMOND HAYES Be CO,
in "A IbE GUT
THE DANCING DAWSONS,
BABY MAE DAWSON,
GEE-TEST CHILD DANlER IX AMERICA.
4-THE FOUR HUUTlNGS-4
in "A NIGHT IN A TOOL HOCSE."
In Sceres From Pcpuir Operas.
J. BERNARD DYLLYN.
"THE BAD MAN I P.OJI DENVER"
WONDERFUL KAUFMAHN FAMILY
In Addit 03 to Aboe Bla: Show.
ADMISSION TO GROUNDS FREE.
PAVILION 13c aid 2c RESERVED SEAT3 Sta.
1Vedne"day. June 15. Rarson Fct. G A. It,
Bertnt AfternooT and Eienins.
Thursda Jure K. Retail DrURsrlsts" Association
Benefit. Afternoon end Evening;.
TIE POP0EAU COMEDIENE,
Assisted by A alter Hawlij-, la Their Latest
fcucccs, "Caugut trltb tlie Goods.
HILL S SSLViANY,
First Appiaranco IIi.ro of Vaudeviue'3 Molt
WnTERBURY BROS. & TENBY,
.Musical Comedy Act.
Harvclou Exhibition or Fqulne Intelligence.
HALE md FBANOIS,
Hungarian Orchestra Concerts at Ciesar's
Before and After the Evening Ferformanres.
Night Prices': 10c, 2JC and Reserved, 50c
the nnLTiFUL. family ncsoRT.
Str. CITY OF PROVIDENCE
From OllTe Street at 9 JO A. M. and ZOO P. M.
' Round Trip 25c, Children Half Prica
FINE BOAT FINE MUSIC PINE SERVICE
MAY HOWnn Iintrcl nrleque
Vaufle Hie Art Pose Orcic tra Concerts.
Bill for week of June 2?. the Chrlg's Cave
Minstrels. Ma Howard. Interlocutor: six emi
nent end-men newest wires, all the ptnc'pals
In new frpectaltle. The Paris Green GlrL Stx
new airier I e acis Tcree new art poaetu. Two
line rcJtTt mncerts
AL1E5ER. LOUEt B TTER SHW. 1T3 X8aT0BTH
503LT THIS 15. OTUtE ST. L0 IS.
Grant! and Sfrraxncc St.
Coney Islnrd of the Wet Shoot the Catites;
Yaudeilie; ln-e new Dancinc Pavilion: Baltooa
Ascensions; Human Cannon Ball. Every night.