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THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY. JUNE 23. 1902.
ROOMS FOR REST.
ALL parties looking for rice single rooms. 31.23
-veek up. ran Una desirable accommodations at
jVhite House, southwest comer Ninth and I'lne.
EERNARD St . 3S14 Nicely furnished room, for
Cne or two Rents, all conveniences, southern ex
posure: sultap'c lor one wun norfc ana iush
nnninwAY. to:; nnd 107 X At "The Rest."
twenty rooms. Kc. ten rooms. 33c. ten room". Wc
IIHOADWAT, EM Ss Neatly furnished single
5nd double rooms, one for housekeeping, terms
CASS Ave Cool. p'eaant rooms, com
plete for ll-rht housekeenlwc: bath, laundry, low
price, single or connecting
CHAMBERS St. 702-Two rlcely furnished
rooms In private family
CHANNING Ave. 709 N Two connecting
rooms for light housekeeping pas and bath, mod
em conveniences, handy to four car lines
CHOUTEAU Ave SOS-Latcc .uth-rn-ex-posed
room, also front room, two clothes close?
oath, for gentleman. 31 per week each and up
CLARK Are ar-ari-e rooms sirijie or u
suite: southern exposure- goM reignLcrbood.
cheap rent nicely furnished, bath.
CLirTON Place. 3130 Furnished room In lam
lly of two 37 per month
COMPTON Ave. 715 N t-eeond-Hori front
room for gentlemen: alo rooms fo- housekeeping
for couple, reasonable
DATTON St . ;5 Irge front room, gas lath
detached house suitable I r reitliuira. ii a
widow a he me ref-rencea r-julr d
EASTOVAve. 5.17 Froit room with U"e of
ltchen :-r light housekeeping, only S10. south
expoeu hot nam wen mrnisneu.
EASTOV Ave. SVS-Largc cheerful, air, front
alecv room complete for housekeeping gas "oje.
ween- refrigerator, refined couple, reasonab'e.
i-in?iTH st M. N Nely 'urnlsfied rooms.
free baths cold and h t wattr. .Trend, restaurant
EIGHTBVTH St uS N Furni,hd room, for
HfM houseke-pini: l& and upward. aIo hall
room - .
riOHTFEVTII St 1613 N Newlv rurnlshed
IiKle or connectlne room ecn convenience.
Y-ry reasonamo ,tr
'- . M !. ..ltls 4lT-TltaVSI.,?
rooms llrbt houseke-plnK p o parlcr for mar-
nea coud'? .. ii-m.-v-"v-
"" --.-..-.---- .- ' r .rrt--.- .Vlf-nly .ni.
rlfchcd front and othr rooms b-ith. gaa. etc
U vV TfC-; a.nu m-. " .-- -
Ae, 1636 Elegantly rurn!be
"- -.--? iv ii Tfifl Ueht end a!rv rooms.
burnished cr imfurclsl-ed
rnAVKlTlNJWe 23-Furrj.hed riTi. for
'Ipht houek,er-'9 or roomer, from 51 . to tz.
neat ana re-pcui-auir
---. itrT . n'irahrr1 rHa-rnAm tifiTlSr
nest desirable, best neighborhood F 2 Re-
413 S Three fine rooms;
. ......n.. . .- -. T.-,utlf til raon.1 flrt.1--
USItj;iJ.. -vr .-J 1 ta.. rti.- -
front and connecting rooms, alao tweond-roor
rear, complete for oouiekeeplng; water In room.
iICcLeUB Ave 234-Nlcely furnished rooms.
for gentlemen or light housekeeping
UACLEDE Ave. 5111 NIccU furnished stcocd
story front room very icascnable. every con-
IKMldJlc iu"mui .-. ..
LAFA'i ETTE Ave . 2004 Two nicely furnished
rooms airy and cool, with southern exposure:
connecting If desired: suitable for two gentlemen:
treakfant can be served If wanted. boue faces
Lafayette Park and Is nftea minutes from cen
ter oi cuy
LARGE second noor iront room. wur '"""jy-t
opening on pretty lawn. In private West Eld
family, suitable for two gentlemen or couple
also a smaller room ca same floor, suitable for
on. gentleman, reasonable. L H. Republic
LA-vVTON 'am.. , SOSrwo nicely fvjnisfced
rooms for two gentlemen or man and wife: batn
and all conveniences, reasonable : board
slrejl. Tulet locality- also rooms for light bon
LOCLST 5108 Two cool and clean furnished
front rooms, bath and gas m
LOCUST St.. 14-Neaty fumi-hed parlor anS
second-floor front, hot and cold bath
LOCUST St.. S3 Second-Coor southeast room,
private bath corner house. lawn, flvo jlscks to
LOCUST St. 3C3 rr-he Pennsylvanlanl-llaa
two small newly furnished rooms, cheap; a
LOCUST St. OT Neatly f i rnished second floor
front room, south and east exposure, also other
rooms, hot bath and all conveniences
"LOCUST St.. 811 (Next tn St Nicholas Hotel)
NU'ly furnished large and small rooms for gen
tlemen. Laths, nice acoommodatlons reasonable.
"loVELT scond story vuvfurnished front room:
most desirable neighborhood on South Sloe; pri
vate family of adults LJ. Republic
" LUCtS AvT! 3 Neatly furnished small room
"LUCAS Ave S0K Elegantly furnished s-cond-
eior; trout iwui
LUCAS Ave . 303)-Second-story front ana
other room southern exposure, nrst-class neign-
toraood. all cohvenlence-
" LUCAS Ave. H-Has some very fine rooms
In a newly furnished house, for people who
. .s J a.. Tmnt riATrTf1.
, OUJ aaDCioiiJfr
77 " '. . -! --i .DnAma i'c-?lf W 1K?
to o. weekly. Ilto 1 60: bath, frej: lt
opened and everything new and Crst-ciass.
MAPLE Ave . 58-NeMly furni'hed rooms con-
venient to Page ave and iiubnrban cars
MINNESOTA Ave. 2S11
MISSIcSIPPr 1701 Newly furnished rooms;
southern exiosure. second or third floor .com
plete for light housekeeping: JI M to 50 per
k i- Ol trvi
Well-furnished parlor rooms.
-.T tt-t at 1JT
nt.iw. M8 Nleelv furnished front room:
OLIVE St . 2550 Neatly furnished rjoms; bath
and gas reasonaoie prices.
OLIVE St.. 152 Furnished rooms for light
hoirekeeping. single rooms. 11 DO per week.
OIJVB St.. 2T51I3 Newly firnlshed rooms, with
bath. Jl and J! per week, private famll) , no
OIJVE St.. 2ni Twd very large rooms com
plete for houselteping also back parlor; modern
"OLIVE St . 2117 Nice, large second-floor front:
also hall room, southern exposure, hot bath;
OLIVE, St.. 2S47A Furnished room: southern
exposure all conveniences, gentlemen or lady
OLIVE St.. 1510 Nicely furnished front room
en first floor, suitable for man and wife or two
gentlemen, also otner rooms.
OLIVE St . 3676 Newlv furnished front ana
other nice rooms nice bath, gas. etc: rates reas
onable to respectable parties.
OLIVE St . 3M1 Nicely furnished third-floor
front and connecting room, either single or en
suite, housekeeping If desired, reasonable.
OLTVB St . 320 BeaJtlful front parlor and
second and third floor front rooms: aU conven
iences, for gentlemen or will arrange for house-
PAGE Boulevard. Zi t.-xear unum-wivi.
pleasantly furnished rooms, with bath, with or
PINE St . 33W Nice. "leaa Cui-wshed looms;
all conveniences, reasonable,
PINE St.. 122J Nicely furnished rooms for gen
tlemen or ladles also room for light housekeep-
" PINE St . 292& Large, clean rooms, furnished
or unfurnished, with meals U desired; all con
venlcnces: very reasonable
PINE St. 1410 Two large, nicely furnished
front rooms on first and second floor: also south
em exposure, third floor room: cheap
"PINE St . 2520 Elegantly furnlshej aecord-story
front room also back parlor, southern exposure,
for gentlemen or couple, reasonable
PINE. 2144 Large, cool, elegantly furnlhed ec-end-floor
front room, suitable for two gentlemen
or couple; other rooms, every convenience.
PINE St . 2731-One large and e'egantly fur
nished room $2 50 per week, also large southern
exposure front room- bath: all conveniences.
PINE St.. 222S Nicely furnished front and
i ...I... ,.. tny "ntUm" ladles Or COtl-
pie: all conveniences, bath, gas; very reasonable
o xrt ct tt rf iin.1 K Nleelv furnished front
bedroom: flrst floor, suitable for twq; walking
distance: bath: respectable: reasonable
8IXTH St.. J17 N Cory house, rooms c 20e.
25o day: 11 week up. 10c beds; clean and com-
Xortft Die place vo amp; tin n-n.
SIXTEENTH St ., 14334 N--Twc connecting,
completely famished housekeeping rooms: water,
refrigerator, stove, laundry, etc ; 3 week to
SUBURBAN Ave.. 6015
Two inmisnea roams.v
.--, tt c nit a .T a nnnneetlnr raoms for
iouse'keeplng;' In private family, to adults only;
gas. hot bathflUewd water, screens.
for gentlemen or housekeeping: cheap rent,
rooms for housekeeping a specialty; free bath
WALNUT St.. 2310 Two large nnfumlshed
rooms for light housekeeping: no children
WASHINGTON Ave. fflSO-T o pleasant rooms,
single or en suite.
WASHINGTON Ave , S422 Suite of Tooms. salt
able for gents only, hot bath; reasonable
"WASHINGTON Ave ." 150S Large front loom
on nrsi noor tor nouscxeeping: u per "ct"
rTTTvnTrv- t. mit Cfrfv furnished
roomsr southern exposure; a 1 convenienses.
"WASHINGTON Ave. 2643 SeftMd-siory .ront
room: southern exposure: gentleman preferred.
K' room for one er two gentlemen: rent reasonable.
WASHINGTON Ave . 16 Two nice rovrni ana
kitchen, suluble for small family; also two single
' WASHINGTON Ave . 1723 Nlcelr fum'sned
rooms, with all conveniences; near Union S.a
tlon; all car lines. '
WASHINGTOX Ave . IfiDI-FarnlshtO front
parlor. XX pr -reek; eoathem exposure; tunsie
roonu. i.j per -tc--.
WASHINOTOJf Ave..Coreef Grand Avc-r Beau
tiful cool. Hint roomsT: new manaseiint; ery
thJrur ht7jiellke and pleasant.
WASHINGTON Ave.. 3103 Beautiful second
ttorr front and alcove; southern expoor. rnoa-
n smaller rooma: ren'
ROOMS FOR IlENT-
WASHINGTON Ae. 3ft Laree eecond-tory
front rtjm. suitable for two Rentlemea. also ad
joining room for two. and back parlor.
WASHINGTON Ae . 3101 (The Alta Vista)
Beautiful rooms, newlj paprtd. well cntllated.
good table for two, large modern house.
WASHINGTON Ae . 3316 Nicely amlshed
room with pood board and eer Ice. southern ex
posure, detached house, modern: honelik
EST BEI-I-S Plac. i2W Newlv furnl-hed.
cool room, bath adjoining. prlate familj. 2Zu
per week worth Jj
W EST BELLI:. 4059 Nll. urnlhed front
room iarj;e alcove, southern exposure, private
family, all contnlenc9
nooais amtii nonu.
IniMAJt Ae. 3T10 Nlcel furnithed rooms,
with ilrst-ctass board
l)EIilAt Bouleard 937 Large rom. wll
furnished outhem expuure iUo one smaller
room board If desired
PELMAU 47-icl furni-lJ'd rxm oJth
era exposure Kentlmen or couple, e-r conven
ience, gocd board and ?erice
DICKO Ft . ZWZ Delratle furnished fruit
room, light and airv ko1 -uLttantliil b.drd.
modern conenitnes sultablr tor two. ji pr
i:ANS Am 3tilV Nbelv furnished riom.
with two meals a da $3 i t we-K i r'.iat
familj, on-half blk from drand and Laston
GAKRIsON Ae C"9 N rieganllv furnish' I
second-story rooms, with dreelnR room attached.
In elegant hom entrall located modern con
leniences, southern exposur Ji3. $ul jwr couple,
IIARTFOBD bt 313-One or two boarders
large front room outhera exposure, private
familj. all convenienceH. thre- ar llns. reason
able price t
HORTON Place 5B Irge rocm for Rentl
men or couple all convenient.-, private famtl
LACLEDE Ave 3119 Bautfful, cool room fo
ladles emplovtd cr gentlemen n sirictlv private
home; tirat-cla- board, ever, thing dfBirable
LFAYiTTE 02 (Opposite Park) Newl
furnished fiont rooni .outturn exposure, with
first-cla-3 board ever convenience. reaonable
LWTON e 2917 Large second-storr front
rocm, southern exposure, clean and nicely fur
nished, first-clais board, term reasonable
LAW TON Ave 3C9 (Co-ner Grand Ae
Large frcnt and other ro- ms. southern expiure.
elegantly fumlched excellent board, table board
er atccmroodated. reacnable
LINDELL Boulevard. 3SS Rooms with up-to-dat
furnishings, table and location the best,
LINDLLL Boulevard SIS Second storv front
room flret class board modern conveniences,
tlectrtc lUhU, telephone, reasonable
X-OCUST St . 3ll-Room.
for gentleman, reference
with board, suitable
LOCUST St 3H NlceK f irntshel rocm,:
southern exposure, good bo'fd
LOCLST St . 2131 HanUcmelv furnlsbel rooms,
southern exposure. flpt-cla-. board.
LOCLST St. 304S Large cool room, with
southern exposure, good board, reascrable.
LOCCST St.. 23C9 Elegantly furni-hed, newly
decorated, clean, cool rooms, hot bath, excellent
board. fc week.
" LOCL-T St 3K2-1 IJand"riI fnrnNred eec-ond-floor
front, with oiano. air conveniencta,
XOrnjsT St.. 1420 Mcely furnished rooms with
board, also second Pcr front parlor: centrally
located rate reasonable
LOCUST St.. 2212 Two neatly furnished front
rooms, for ladies or gentlemen, beard If ae
eired. all modern conveniences
LOCUST St. 142 Board, with rooms; vis tors
and day boarders accommodated; all modern
conveniences Mrs. M. A Thoma
"LOCUST St. 1S20 (The CTark.-DeslrabVrooraS
neatly furnished, good table board, all moden i
Improvements; new management Kinloch C 53
LOCUST St.. 1515-07 (The McDermott) Large
cool rooms, aoutnern exposure, magnlncent
veranda; first-class table and service; reason
LLCAS Ave . 272&-NIc( large room: also small
room, for gentlemerf; with or without board
LUCAS Ave. 330 Newly and beautifully fur
nlshed -second floor front, with all conveniences,
first-clas board. alco ether rooms
LUCAS Ave, 3107 Mot eIrable. cool, second
and third 5tory front rooms, outhem and eat
ern exposures, with excellent board, very rea
sonable. MAR .LAND Ave. 4300A Large, handsomely
furnlsbed frmt room, hot bath filtered water,
flrst-clasa table private family. Olive cars pass
""McPIIERSON Av e . 4?7-Second floor room
first -clas board for one or two gentlemen, ref
MISSOURI Ave.44WThIrd story front, good
table, all conveniences, terms moderate, opposite
MISSOURI Ave. IMS-Large ccnfortable room
with board for two gentlemen or couple, opposite
Lafayette Park, desirable summer location, ref
erences MORGAN St,. X Large -o 1 rooms. Al board;
all convnirnces. phene D 1271
MORGAN St . 3434 Nicely "urnlshed single and
double front rooms, first-class board
MORGAN St,. 5490 Rooms and board; first
class reference required, day boarders wanted.
MORGAN St.. 2500 Elegint roorrs double and
single; large lawn, shady porch, first-class board
MORGAN" St iliTBeautiful eouthern rooms
with alcove: also small rooms, excellent board
MORGAN St , 3427 Larg second story front
room, southern exposure, best board, day board
ers accommodated, references
MORGAN St . 30G9 Nleelv furnished rooms,
second floor; bath gas. .ll conveniences, Loard
If desired, terms reasonable, private family, rtf
MORRISON Ave . 1121 (Block South of Hlckor. )
--Handsome second-story front and connecting
rooms; southern exposure; flrst class board, $3.
OLIVE St.. 3435-Nlcely furnished rooms, with
first class board. H perweek. all conveniences
OLIVE St 2841 Neatly furrlsned front parlor
and other nice rooms, sohern expos ire: good
board If desired: transients accommod&ted.
PAR"Ave. 33(OpposIteLafavette ParkV
Elegantly furnished rooms with board, day
boarders accommodated, references
PENDLETON Ave . 524 Large, comfortable
room, with or without board, terms reasonable
PINE . St,. 3722 (The Lefflngw ell) Nice, large,
airy, furnished rooms, with board If desired,
nice lawn: modern conveniences; terms reason
SPRING Ave . 20 N (Near Wet Pine Boule
vard) Rooma. with board, southern exposure,
all conveniences. $4 50 per week
SPRING Av e , 23 N Two neatly furnihed
front rooms, also single room, for gentlemen or
couple,, private family; with board if desired.
WASHINGTON Av.. 2937-NlceIy fnrrlshed
rooms, good table and service; large lawn.
V ASIIINGTON Ave. 3115 Large front, cool,
southern-exposed room, with board; H per
week; also table board
WASHINGTON Ave. 302-Newly furnished
front room and others, with all modern conven
iences, first-class board; reasonable
"WEST BELLEPIace7"Vi24-FIrst-class family
hotel single and suites of rooms, furnished or
unfurnished, special rates to parties cf five.
IlOOJlS AVD BOARD WAftTED.
BOARD WANTED Front room near "Washing
ton and Grand aves fcr couple, gocd bed abso
lutely essential terms not over J40 to J45 per
month Address, with full particulars, H 11. Re
public. GENTLEMAN, wife and four children want
rooms with beard; must be rea onab e. West End
preferred state terms. B 13. Republic
LADY roommate and gentleman roommate, with
good board. 3&i Delmar. t
ROOMMATE WANTED Nice gentleman wants
roommate; best table board; all conveniences;
reasonable. 3145 'Washington.
v HOUSES, ROOMS, ETC., "WASTED.
FRAME house, lot; part cash balance notes;
payable monthly; in suburbs L 0. Republic
ROOM wanted with Jewish family; state par
ticulars. A. Jung. General Letverj-
WAREHOUSE-ROOM to store carload of house
hold goods: state terms A 13. Republic.
YOUNG ladr wants room In private family;
bouth side; sw to 3w: staio price. , ite-
FURNISHED IIOISES AXD FLATS FOU
CLEMENS Ave . rTSS Comfortable home; largs
porch ana shady yard: all conveniences. July 1
ADY mployed. havlna; four-room furnished
Cat: select neighborhood. Tvet Entr. gas bath.
etc , desires one or tvvo ladles to Join her for the
summer, references exchanged. H 2. Republic.
KEWLT furnished West End four-room flat
for rent: bath, kitchen, screens: suitable fortjvo
H .lie iiexu. .". t ...m. ....
XT. "?." .....I.Virt lTrwi hnli.a' nil mrvl.r
convenlencs: rent i"0; apply at once. Z 12. He
publlc. TO LET FOR BUSINESS rUIlI'OSES.
DESK room In office bullillns: reasonable:
for legitimate bnslneas only-. G 8 Republic.
"fRANKUN Ave . 512 Store. Just west rf "The
teoston": elevator; fin llxht. Inquire M Se
curity bullamg. iyjem g iinany. vrusiee..
it. a s?s 41r1 "1a-M wrAA. -tir1-
business siter cheap. Apply on premises.
SPLENDID STOKE FOR RENT
IN THE 00E0N BUILDING,
Grand ana Finney Aves.
Magnificent Location. '
AtiDly to HARRY J. WALKER,
APPr iM R. Grd A,e, ,
-Ulht pjSJrST-GEBS-T U2 N. Eigbth It.
FOR REM, AF.UITMENTS, FLATS.
THOMAS ht.. 3106 Modern store; rent $12 Ap
pl en premises
THOMAS bt . 3100 Modem flat, three rooms,
bath. laundr. tiZ. Apply at corner Hat
BOTANICAL Ave . 3317 New hou-e in Compton
Heights -l rooms, bath and laundrj . n rirat
floor, $22 &0 Botanical uve Is one blocK north of
Tower Grove Park and two and one-half blotka
westjof Grand avc.
for rent, misceiiam;oi:.
MACKINAC Island rurnlshed cottage to rent
on bluff eat of fort; seven room Apply to E
1-lshr. general supb. T.. H &. B R . Harail
MORGAN St. 4012 First-da" dwelling, all
convenience chandeliers, -preens hot and cold
w ater. llnlfhed basement, rent reasonable
TWO summer cottages on spring Like fur
nished six morr? each For terms addres pro
jrletor V J Bertchr, Spring Lake, Mich
IROIi:ilT OLT OK CITV TOR S4.LE.
1.-. aire- of line coffee land, near Clueatlan.
Siair t O-iau Jtepubilc if Mexico Addre-s
lor partiular M 13 Rpuh'ic
HIDDIX M ul3" Vict lorv b-I"k lioue of
6 room' in tlats f - ru m down and 3 rwrai
ui lot XZiC'J t it ti an allr , rented now to
tvti tenant t.rrrs S5 caah down and Jy pel
I-FRLin JL CO III3 Chestnut t
KLI Ae cy-Fiv rooms and hall, lot
V xl37 price reasonable
"GLASGOW Ave. 4HT Une 7 room brb.lt
houe 2 ears -Id $3 D) See It.
LOT j0x17O. on.Easton with nine room house,
tell for almost pest of lot D 29. Republic
ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
Kor al- House and lot No 411 Oratiot st
nlre brik ttae of 0 rooms. clt water in ba
nient lot -x1.t f-et hoiLse rented now te"Tns
$v a!. an-i Ji; per month -I -r price cee
KLKLEa A. CO rf- 1113 Chestnut "t.
I"or Sale Nos 1209 and 111 Gaj st Just eaet
of High t.. and joins south side of FtanMin
af propertv. two fram ouses1 lot CSxTl feet.
rent 520 iei month For further particulars sie
KLLLKYjCO1113 Chtatnut st
New Brick Cottages.
Ir '-aleHouses Nos CC12 and 2&16 Futton
evp oic Llcck north of Manchester ae tno
er nice. nt brick cottage of eix rooirs
each, reception hall granitoid cellar, .ewer tab
inet mantels lot 5xll3 feet to each J.oue. will
fell on eas terms Take Meramec HiKhlands or
Itcntun car and pet o" on button ar Houws
open i-'or price and terms se
KELLKY CO 1113 Chestnut
No 42Z2 Castleman Ae. Elegant residence,
elrht rooms and bath: 13 Inch walls. Mate roof
hot and cold water ga. fixtures, bet cepper wire
Fcreens poreclain bath, ltrecus tile and marble
lzed bithrocm. elegant mantels gas grates, mar
ble step ettbule, oak paneled reception hall
(hardwood Moor) nnd staircase ccmenti-d cellar,
furnace, etc : nlcel. decorated throughout. If
ou want a nice home don t fall to see it at once
Open all da, owner llf-m in houe; will make
terms to suit, one-half block from Market st
line three blocks from Park ave. lin. fU e
blocks we-t o Compton Hill Reservoir, one-half
block eat of fchaw'a Garden F 6. Republic .
Near World's Fair Grounds.
VERY LOW PRICE.
House Is thoroughly modern Lot 40x185. House
contains two baths, hardwood finish, hot water
heat, ras and electric light. Hous as good as
new. Screens, shades, storm windows tor win
ter, etc.. go with fie house This is the best op
portunity of Its kind on the market: S4 000 cas
required, balance can be carried as a loan at 5
per cent lnteret Inrpctlon Invited Inquire on
the premise". 5727 Delmar boulevard.
KSIGHTS OF rVTHHS.
ACME LODOE KO. 21 K. OF P .
meets every Tuesday evening- at I o'clock
sharp In Burlington building. 10 Olive
street Work In ranks alwava on hand.
Visitors cordially Invited and members expected
to attend FRANK BERRY. C C.
Attest: Q. W Clifton K. a R. S-. No. 1441A
St. Lruls avenue.
& iSASJl-E HALL. ROItr.RT B. COWAK
S 7, .ML K. of P. West Hall Century
eata' biiUoInr. Ninth and Olive. Streets On
iXT -u?,nda June 23. at 8 p m sharp. Busl
lncss meetlig. Visitors cordially Invited
... . , . E ailANAIUN CC.
t'"1' Henry lr. Luebbert. K. cf R ft 8.
CASTLK HALL OF MONITOR LODGE.
No 68 K. of P . meet everv Thursdav
evening In Century bul'dlmr. Ninth and
Olive streets feavt hnln Work In ths
rank of Knight. Thursday. June 26 Alto election
of Grand Lodge representative. Every member
Is requested to be p-eseit. Vl'itors cordially In
vited FRED L. TFISTER, C a
W J. Otto. K. Of R. S
COLUJIBIA LOD5E. NO. 236 K OF
P. meetf everv Tuesday evenlnff at 8
o clock East Hall Centurv buildlnc
Nl-'th and Olive streets Tuesdav even'n
June 24 election of C C. and M of A. Good
time AH members requested to he present. Vis
itors welcome. O A SCHENCK. C C.
J. F. Dempsey. K. of R. S.
DAMON LODGE. NO IS. K. OF P.,
meets every Wednesday evcilng at Odd
Fellows" Hall. No. 3. Ninth and Olive
streets Election of reDreentat!ie to
Grand Lodge and smoker. Visitors and members
are cordially Invited
H. A. GALLANT. C. a
Attest: H R. Berml, K. of R, & S.. No J74J
FUTURE GREAT LODGE NO. 276 K.
of P. meets everv Wednesday evvsnlne at
8 o'clock at Howard s Hall. Thirtieth and
Olive streets Wednesday evenlrir. June
23 work In rank of paee Business of1 Impor
tance Members expected Visltlnr knights al
wass welcome WM L. EULER. ti C
W. A. Roberts. K. of R. S.
GOLDEN GOLDEN CROWN LODGE NO r2.
mreis evcrj r riaay even-nr. ttail no
. and O'lve streets Eectlon of reprc-
sentatlvei to the G and Lodse All
,-.,.. memDers exnected Fr'daj. Jure 27.
CROWN Visitors cordially Invl ed
J H MILLER, a &
Henry a Scott, IC. of R. S
PACIFIC LODGE NO SA4 JC OF P..
meets everv Wedne-day evenine In Cen
ti.ry bulldlns N nth and O Ive streets
Wori. In rank nf Pass a'An. .. -.
lnp June 2j Members expected and visitors cor
dially lnv 'ted S C ROGERS C C.
J W Campbell K of R & s ""' "- l"
Ob PARAGON LODGE NO. E3. K. OF P
. PSS' V?V TLJ'lfy evenlnjr In hall No
m? Odd Fellows Dclldlng Ninth and O Ire
streets Next Tuesdas rank of Esa'rlre.
Members and visitors sre rordlallv Invltel
... . - . R0 T DRETHUS. C. C
Attest- Frank Johr eon. K o' R AS
RED CrtOS LODGE. NO. 54 K OF
nnv?PJ,'' Wednesday ij'ght June 23 at
streets Election of rntns.nt.fii As nn
smoker W. L, TRUCKEVMILLER C. a
H W Beldlng. K of R A s
ZtT1UA LODGE NO 221 K. OF P
meets Monday ev enlnj; In regular conven
tion. June 2i In Hill No 1. tenth door
Century bclldlnr at 1 nvimtw u. ....
expected and visitors cordially Invited to attend,
DOCTOR U E. LEHMBERG. C. C.
HI' DIItb street. " ' ""
Allet- O M Brocks g. of R. g.
INDEFEMJEST ORDER ODD FELLOWS
-j'(jS"l WILDEY LODGE. NO I O.
SJZZiiffSS O. F . meets Tuesday evening ot
aSSes- each week at Hall No. J Odd Fel-"-"
lows' hunting comer Ninih anl
Olive, at 8 o'clock. Work In the First degree
Tuesdav. June 24. Visitors cordlailv Invited
J F PRITCHARII. N. G.
Herman Heuser. Secretary.
tSTANTJINO ELK TRIBE:. NO 36.
Improved Order of Red Men. meets
every Thursday sleep at Druids' Halt
southeast comer Ninth and Market
streets, first Thursday cf each tenon.
Adoption degree; second Thursday. Warrior's de
gree; third Thursday. Chief's degree: fourth
Thursday, tribal business. Visiting chiefs Invited
to our councils.
WALTER C. MOORE. Sachem.
". ScovU. C cf R . 2340 Wssh St. oaca'n-
KNIGHTS A.VD LlllIGS OP SEtLRHY.
SEriJRITT COUNCIU NO. CS4. KNIGHTS
and Ladies of Security, meets every Monday at 8
p m Open meetings second Monday In each
menth. Phoenix Hall Jefferson and Om ave
nues Visiting knights" and ladles assured a cor
dial reception E J TARLING President.
Mrs Guesle Hart- Financial Secretary.
18f-9A Laflln street. '"
kh i cars or coluubcb,
ST. LOUIS COUNCIL. NO 453.
day at West End Hall, southeast
lorner Finney and Vandeventer
"'"."TT- . '"ns knights at.
JOHV .Q T ATI
SeciSary. "' Jr' Recor,Un
MARQUETTE COUNCIU NO
set. Knights of Columbus, meets
ev-y second and fourth Tuesday
In the West HalL Century build.
Inc. Ninth and Olive streets. Vis.
lting knights cordially Invited.
W. L. MEE. Grand Knight.
F. P. Leonard, Recorder.
j S? '
13 Ail Oil All T
Arrival, and Departnrea of Train, at
DaIIy. Saturday and Sunday
tDally eieept Sunday. on!.
ISunday only. IIExcept Monday,
ttitaturdaj only. ''Dally except Satcrday.
B. S. O.
Cincinnati. Louisville Wi
lii(,ton. Baltimore. Philadci-
pfcia and ew York Express '2 0: am 'I-S5 pm
Cluclnmtl. Louisville. Pitts
burg. Washington. Baltimore.
PMIadelphla and .Ne- ork
last Mall 'SD-rra '.28am
Cincinnati Accommod itlon .. . t7 -na t.i2 pm
tlrcinnatl Lousvllt'.. 1'itts-
burg. Washington. Baltimore.
Phl'adelpMa and rew iork
llojal HUe Llrclled " 00 am 5 pm
Flora An nmoJatlon Sllpn 32 am
lion. Ate .ramcdatlan iSvium ?9 p-n
Hora Acitmmodatlon 15 E5 pm 21'. 32 am
West indtn anJ Krench Ick
prlns via Monon Roata 3 00 am j tj pm
BLHLI.NGTOA ICOL'Ili LMIIN iTAT10..
Train. Depa-t. Arrive
ror HlnnlMl. II .t St. J.
Polrit. ulni.v KfOFUi ana
liurllcgton - nni
Local to llannltl 7 11 am
or Qulnt and Jvorth .. . t 41 am
For rat. Paul. Mlnnmpclis. via
East hide line. Illinois and
Wisconsin "8M am
The Burlington-Northern Pa
cific Kxpreai, for Kansas
Ouj. t. Joeph. Northwest
Nebraska. Blac- HUH. Mio
inln? Montana, Washington.
I'UKtt bound. Portland anS
5 Z, pi
S j pm
t Z piu
: 19 am
Twin citv Expre, for Minne
apolis t Paul and Iowa
The Nebraska - Colorado Ex
press ft,r Denve-, Colorado.
I tali and Paclnc Coast, via
Loial to Burlington ,
Vfir Vftrtharrt Innn !sf Paul
2 15 pm 2 10 P'j
2 1j nm . pm
7.40 pm t 19 am j
and Minneapolis .. "7 40 rm 59 am
Tor Illinois via East Side line
to Hock Island and ClHton.
Iowa S 21 Pm 7 13am
I.r Dubuque and La Crosse ."i 21 pm i7 10 a
For Kana tltv. Council
Muffs. Omaha. St. Jo"cph.
Ienver, Nebraska Colorado,
Utah and Pacific Coast . t .. 3 00 pm : 19 am
Local fcr Hannibal H lJ am
tor Alton Leave 7 41 a m . uailv , 8-01 a m .
dallv . 10 35 a m dallj . 1 30 p m . except Sun
day , 2 Oy p m . except fcundav.SOSp in excpt
hurday, 5 v) p m.. dail) . 7 43 p m , dallj . S -I
p rn dailv. ll IS p m. bunnav cn'v
CHICAGO, I'liOUI. M) ST. LOUS
Ita.II.AVA'l (C, 1. & ST. L.)
Train Depart. Arrive.
Flsh-rrcen's Special Sn.lo am 7 3)pm
Co-rmuters Express .. .. 14 6 pm T"0nm
Peoria tprlngileld and Grafton
Expre-s . S 14 am 70 pra
Alton Chautauqua and Ulehl tll.4 pm 121 27 pm
fcpringneld Alton and Jer-ej-
Alto:: Clifton Terrace and
Graiton 17. amttlO pm
Sprlngiield. Jerseyvllle ard
Grafton. ... . tS C pm 10 aa am
CHICAGO ! ALTON.
The ltnn IJmlted
. JJ 04 am 25 pm
Pnlrie tate Expres" ......
....7122 rm Tb iz om
... Ca pm 7 In am
11 4J pm S 10 cm
Depart. Arrlv e.
Missouri State nxpres....
Kflns.1 Cltv Limited ..
. ... "Sr)4 am 6 44 pm
. . "10 00 pm ! CS am
ucai x rains.
QnrlnwHcM Arcnmmrjlillnn S'Olam
Jacksonville Accommodation tl an) t:4i pm
Peoria Limited t9-M am i lj P1"
Sprlcgdeld. Capital City Fljer. HJOp-n '10 3 am
Jacksonville via Roodhouse... ' v) pm 10 a am
Springfield and JackonvlUe... J7.15 rm .. . ....
hprlcgfleld special J10 35 pm
Alton fcpeclal til 30 pm
ST LOUIS &OUTHWESTLRN RAILWAY)
Train Depart Arrive.
Arkansis and Texas Express
(via Bismarck and Dell . . 8 00 am ..Is pm
Arkansas and Texas Fast Mall
(via Bismarck and Delta) 8 4) am 7 00 am
Train. Depart. Arrive
al e Park Accommodation... tt 5i am tlO 30 am
alley Fark Accommodation... 2S 3) am IS la am
Pacific Accommodation tS-30am 11o pm
Texas and Kansas Mall for
Paris Dallas. tnnK Hous
ton. Galvestcn. Cartl-ase. Jop-
lln and Wichita S 4j am 7 00 pm
Paclnc Accommodation ...- 21 10 pra 110 -o am
Val'ey Park Accommodation.. . ttl.25 pa ttt J1) Pm
Meteor and W orld s Fair Spe
cial, for tprlicf eld. Carlhas.
JODlIn. Wichita, VInlta. Okla
homa Denl'on Sherman. Dal
las Fort Worth. Waco and
Brownnood - 30 pm 'll-M am
alley Park Accommodation... t4 Dpm t"4)am
Pacific Accommodation t3 24 rm 17 41 am
Vallei Park Accommodation .. ts.3J tm tt 15 pm
Vallev Park Accommodailon .. 27:20 pm 27 10 pm
Texai and Kansas Limited, fcr
Fureka Sprint-s Fort Smith,
Paris Dallas Greenville. En
nls Corslcana. Houston. Gal
veston Austin San Antonio.
Carthaite Joplln. Wichita.
Bu-rton and tha West . .. 'iJSi pm 7 20 am
W-strn Express fcr Sprn
field. VInlta. Denl-on Sher
man, Oklahoma Carthage.
Joplln and Neodesha 10 0-1 pm T 15 am
IltO-V) MOIATAIA ROITB.
Train Depart, Arrive.
Texas rat Mall, to Little
Rock. Texarkann. Dallas.
Fort Worth and Abilene. .. '3 05 am T.SS pm
Delta. Columbus and Cairo Ex
press S 00 am 7.15 pm
Fast Dal Express Dallas.
Fort Worth Auxtln. Sin An
tonio. Houston and Galveston 3 21 pm 2.10 pm
Texas Mexico anl California
special Dillas. ort Worth.
El Paso Los Anceles. Gal
veston. San Antonio and La
redo tfflrm 70am
Memphis Express S 40 pm T.t am
FOURTH STREET AND CHOUTEAU ANUE
De Soto and Bismarck Accom
modation 5 30pm S10am
Train Depart, Arrlv e.
Northern Illinois Express
Springfield. Frceport and Du
buque . . . ... 7JZ ara 340 pm
Chicago Da light Special Pec-
rla ard fcprlngfleld 12 30 pm 50pm
Springfield Accommodatlcn 14 45 pm 10 40 am
Chicago Diamond t-p"dal. . .. nlvmi 7..r4 am
Springfield Accommodation 27.00 pm ...
Paducah Mall and Express
Murphvshoro. Carbondale and
New Orleans Fast Mail Cairo.
Memphis Jackson. Tenn ,
and Texas Exprtss Nisi
vtlle. Atlanta anl Jackson
ville . . .. S 12 am
St. Louis Special Cairo. Mem
7 24 pm
phis and New Orleans 12 ara 5.16 pm
Marlon. Cairo. parta and
Chester.. ... 14 50 pm 11.22am
Marlon and Creal Sprimss ... 4 50 tm 11-32 am
New Orleans IJmlted Cnlrn
I Memphis. Dixie Fiver Nash-
-vine. Atlanta and Jackson-
li"e . . .... MiSnm SS'am
LAKE SHOHE NEW YORK CENTrtAt. ivn I
HUDSON RIVEH BOSTON AND ALBANY
AND CHESAPEAKE AMI mm-, n iVS.V
imrmnv nri'pit uni-nv .in ......
irain Depart Arrive
Indianapolis Express . t7 3am S 30 pm
New lork and Boston Limited s 30 am Kiin
Knickerbocker Special - New
lork. Boston Washington.
Baltimore ar 1 Philadelphia .12"O0 noon 645 pm
Vattocn and Alton Accommo-
dat.on . . f 1 53 pm
Boston New York Cincinnati
Washington. Baltimore and
Philadelphia 11 30 pm
Cincinnati Express g CS pm
Alton Leaven "10 JD a m . 5 45 p. m
S-0 a. m . ! 45 p. m.
9 46 am
7 30 am
6 00 am
A.-CIK-T VREB AH-t
Bi.lBFpNTAIjVE ROYAL ARCH
Cnatlt-r. No. 25 Stated rnn,ric-.H- tm.
(Montla) eenine at s nVinrb- wrt -.
Mark Master desire Visitors welcome.
T J I WOLF, Act II P
Auff GunJIach, Secretary.
MDE,T0,N LODGE- NO. 353. A. F. A.
11 Itegular communication this (Mon
dav) evening at 7 20 o'clock. Work. Mas-
auu3 cruiauy mv ilea
f n Tf.i. ' L. M. ALLEN. r. M.
C. C Walton. Secretary. .
CORNER STONF. LODGE NO 323. A
--S.31 Till hold - regular commuil
cation Monday. June 16 at S p m IoTc
Hall Masonic TemnTe (lrnA an t-i...
avenues Work In r C degree M-Ah"-i
frei."J'IUCSMJ ,n attend Isltors ar frat-rnally
invited WALTER E. SEEW OSTFIt vv f Y
Smith Jr. Secretary.
(XVKSJOS IjOnfJPL NO V 1 V r .
M Regular communication this" (Mondav I
AtanlA A nAV fc.l Msi.l T?4,,
K A derr?- If-Itrrs In lttrl
W a FSMUEItEIl. W. M.
D3en Reed. SecreUrj. 15 Locust street.
GEORGE WASHINGTON I.ODGE. NO
9, A. F. & A. M . will hold stated com
munication at 8 o cluck Tnsday svenlrg
June 94 at Masonic Trmnla 'n. ?. i
and Finney avenues. Work In F. C. degree. Mem
bers earnestly requested and visitors fraternal
ly Invited. A. L. MARION. W. M
Henry Llhou Secretary
4m M. S
MISSOURI CHlPTER. NO. 1, R A
U. Stated convocation this (Mondayl
evening at H o'clock. Royal Arch h
r 3 T.-taEYJ T Matthews, High Priest.
C S. Pickle. Secretary.
MISSOURI I.ODGG NO I. A F. i A.
M Called communication on Wednesday
1 th Inst., at 7 30 p. m . In Corinthian
Hall. Grand Avenue Masonle T.mt
Entered Apprentice degree for candidates. Mem
bers are requested and visiting brethren fra
ternally Invited to attend.
CHAS. McLEAN. VV. M.
John II Deems. Secretary
MOUND C1TT COUNCIU NO. IS4.
National Unlon-Our next meeting will.
b special dispensation, be held June
27. at Llederkranx Hall. Thirteenth and
f..i.n' nvenue. Grand lolnt Inltia.
tlon services. Mound gty wants a Unre delega
tion. F. E. GUNN, Presldenu
Richard E. Berger. Secretarr
ST. LOUIS AND II WMBM, RAILROAD.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Mll and Express t7 4 J am til 10 am
Mill and Express 5 Oipm c 15 pm
L. A. It. II.
Train Depart. Arrive
Florida Limited via Xahvllle.
Atlanta and Macon 4 1C rm I 31 pm
Tast Mall-Evansvllle. Nash
ville Birmingham. Montgcm
ery Chattanooga. Atlanta.
Mobile. New Orleans and
Jacksonville, iia . Charles
ton C. C
Southern Exrress to Evans-
S 28 am ( pm
vllle, Nashville. Blrmlcgnam,
Mobile, New Orleans Thom
avlli. Jacksonville. Palat
ka. (Xala and St. Peters
burg, ria 8 pm 23 am
iZTlI. ST. L. IVx. nenderon llouie.)
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Fat Mall Owensboro. Clover
port. Louisville and the East. S am '..lSp-n
Eastern Exprers Ow ensboro.
ciaverport. cuisviue ara in. M
7 20 ara
31., K. A T.-"TIIC KvTi."
Train Depart. Arrive.
Jenron City. Colurrbla. Boon
ville. Se.la.la. Toit Be tt
Indian Territorl and Texas
Expret-s 'S 15 am "8 01 p
The Katy I Ijer." for Dal
las. Fort Worth. Houiton.
Galveston. San ntonlo.
Mexico Cltj and In'ermtdlate . .,
points ..32pm .. am
Jtff er'on Cltv . Columbia. Boon
vllle. Sedalla. Kansas. Indian
Territory and Texas Exp-ea Sl-la pTi iaSim
Missouri. Kansas Irdlan Ter- .
ritorv and Oklahoma Hver.. 1S-2 pm 77am
PENNSYLVANIA LINES WEST OF PITTS-
nUBO-PELN NS i LVAXI A R AILP.OAD.
Train Deoart rrle.
I Fast Mail . . . 2 40 am 2 la am
rv lorK. s-niiiut ifiiia ia-
tlmore and Waihlngtcn Spe-
clal . . . 'S 44 am '6.43 pm
Indianapolis and New York
Local 7 44am tSOOpm
New York Limited l ov pm 1 23 pm
Michigan Express . . l-nop'n 1 20 pm
VmOalla Accommotlallon . . 5JJJ pm 3 16 am
Columbus (O ) and Eastern
Express . . 8 13 pm 12 am
Irdlanapolls and N'ew Tcrk
Fxpres 11 25 pm 3.40 pm
Indlarapolls and St. Louis Lo- .
cal - .. I7 28PI-1
3IOUIL- AND OHIO.
Train Depart. Arrive.
Southern Speclil 8 IS am
St. T5uls and Florida Limited 7-04 pm
"5t Louis and Florida Limited. 8 23 pm ? IS am
Murphvsboro. Sparta Chester
and Percv Accommodatlcn . 5 10 pm 11:Q4 am
Missouni rAcinc railway.
Train Depart. Arrlv e
Fast Mill M Warn '10 0 pm
Local Express '7.35 am 3 20 pm
Dav Express Kansas Cltv.
Pueblo Denver. Salt Lake
City and San Francl'co . ... 9-i0am Mpm
WahInpton Accommodation .. t525am ti'S&am
St Joseph loflln Wichita and
Kansas Limited, and South
west Missouri . . "3 11 pra S an
Kansas and Colorado Express ,10 10 pm 10 am
Crev e Coeur Lake trains leave Union Station at
6 15 a. m , 315 a ra. 21.20 p. m. 5.33 p m,
7 31 p m
Oak Hill trains leave Union Station at tS 15 a.
m tlO 10 a m . 15 00 p m and r&.20 p m.
Klrkwood trains leave Union Station at 17:00 a.
m Jl o n m . 1.43 p m. (Saturdav only). f4 10
p m te 2S p m
ST LOLIa-LOUlbVILLB LINES.
Train. Deoart Arrive.
The Belt Special t6 It. am 13 o pm
Princeton. Loulsv Hie. Lexing
ton and wav statlfAs. Chat
tanooga Rom" Atlanta. Ma
con and points In the South
east e) am 6 26 pm
Mount ernon Accommodation fb 04 pm 19.34 am
Princeton Louisville. Lxlnc
ton and wav stations. Knox
Mile Ashcville. Chattanoosa,
Rome Atlanta. AUKU'ta.
Charleston. Macon and all
points tn Florida and the
southeast 3 It pm 7 32 am
ST. LOUS. K. C. AVU COLORADO It. 1U
(From Lnlon Station.)
Train Depart, Arrive.
101 and 102 Mall and Express
Belle. Mo . and Intermediate
points a-16am "6 55 pm
103 and 104 Accommodation
Union. Mo , and Intermediate
points 6-03 pm 7:43 am
105 Accommodation Be le Mo .
and Intermediate polrts Frl
dav. baturday and Surdav . 605 pm
lot. Accommodation Be le. Mo.,
and Intermediate rol t3. Sat
urday, hunday and Mondav.. 7 45am
107 and IPS Creve Coeur Local . l-4- rm 3 5 pra
ST. LOlIS-PEOnix LINE.
(See C . P. & St. L.)
ST. LOUIS MERCI-ANTS BRIDGE TER
M1WL RAILWAT." sllltRBW TR1.V
Fastbourd Leave Eighth and Gratiot streets,
dailv 1 42 5 II 30 p m Except Sundav. 4 04
6 16. 7.37. S 51 10 05. 11 Is a. m ; 12 08. 2 (6. 4 00.
2 P m iturdav and Sundav onrv 11.41 p ra.
Bundav orlv 5 24 7-03. S09 a m : 13:23
Leave Washington Avenue dallv 1 46. 5 15 6 34
p m Except Sundav. 4KN. e 21. 7.41. S 55. 10 ifl.
11 23 a. m. . 12 12. JtaO 4 04. 8-08 p m. Saturday
and Sunday onlv ll 45 p ra. bunday onl 3 25.
.VJ, sua xn;jz in in
Westbound Leave Granite City, dailv 1 10.
2 12 S 55. " 12 p m. Except Sundav 5 15 6 04
7-02. S 14 9 2S. 10 42 a ra . 3 23. 4 35. 7 15. 9 17
p m Saturday onlv 12 15 p m Sunday onlv
12 15. 5 55 8 00 10-00 a m Sunday and Monday
only 12 15 a. m Except Saturday and Sunday
5 42 p. m
Leave Midlson dally 1 15 2 17. 6 02. 7 17 p m
Except Sundav 5 l" 6-09 7 0 . 1. . 10 4
a m ; 3 27. 4 40 921p m Satunlay onlj 12 30
p m Sundav onl 12 20. 6 00. S 03. 10 05 a. m
Sunday nnd Mondaj onI 12 Ma m,
TOLEDO, ST. LOUIS AM) WESTERN.
(CLOVER LEAF ROUTE.)
Train Depart. Arrive.
"The Commercial Traveler"
Toledo. Buffalo and New York 7 30 pm 7:40 am
Toledo and New Tork Express Oil am a-OS pm
Harvsev Accommodation 4 2pni 9S ara
Train .... . Depart. Arrive.
Continental Limited Detroit.
Niagara Tails. Buffalo. New
Tork and Boston 3.00aro 7-15 pm
Toledo Detroit. Niagara Falls.
Buffalo New York and Bos
ton Express $0pm "7J3 am
IH'CUU rv 1U1K SHU llUatUQ
Midnight Limited-Detroit Buf
?:3am 1 JO am
falo. New York and Boston ..11.32 pm 2 00 pra
Toledo Local Exp-ers s74 m s 00 pm
Banner Express Chicago 22 am 7 03 pra
Banner Limited Chlcigo S 05 pm 7:3J im
Midnight Llmited-Chlcaeo .. . n 32 pm S 04 am
Kansas City Line.
Kansas Citv Express J-in am 8 00 cm
Kansas City Fast Mall 2 15 pm 1 51 am
Kansas City Limited n 13' 6 50 a-n
From Union Station
Council Bluffs and Cmaha Ex-
Ottumwa and Des Moines Ex- '"upm tt am
fress "3 Warn 'H-OOpm
Oltumwa Dps Molnfs ard
Minneapolis Limited 7.S1 pm 'Sitf am
Local Trains, -
West Moberly and I insas
ciiy,opit .'. 7 4"am 50 sm
J?".rtt.!S?' -".: t? pm '11.10am
tur Loal . . . . 4 40 om 11 OJ am
?,'. Fn?rl,'.' : m :to pm 4 05 pm
Kinloch Park ts 15 pm ........
Ferguson 2 45 pm M-tw pm
lergusrn 2 40 pm t5'41pm
Ferguson .. 48 20 am
Ferguson .. ... .. jjo a! am
"' aiivei siavion
St Charles ...
.. t5:W pm 18-00 am
t( IJ am
.. 44:13 pm : 40am
.. ts 45 am ts 10 pm
... S 50 am 10 -iSsm
.. M 53 pm . .
... 't 20 nm t3 20 nm
ORAN'D COUNCIL. MISSOURI ROT
al Arcanum 20J-311 Holland Building
A cordial wlcome to visitors friends,
brethren and members from sbroad.
. ., F H. BAfDN O U.
Jere Haldeman. Acting Qrand Secy.
CARR LANE COUNCIL. NO SO,
Rcval Arcanum, meets first and third
Mondays cf each month at West End
trail. Vandeventer and Fitmev nvnn.
Members will please attend. Visitors from oth
er councils cordially Invited Fine music and
entertainment at every meeting
HORACE D. BARNES. Regent.
J H. Dann. Secretary.
COMrTON HILL COUNCIL. NO Ui
Reyjl Arcanum. mebts first anl th r-j
Mondays of each month at Anchcr Hall
comer Jefferson and Park ai.nu's. at 3
p. m. Visiting b-otners rraternsl'y invl ed t
attend. E. J. GOULD. Regent.
C. H. Frederick, Secretary.
' VANDEVENTER COUNCIU NO 1335.
BW R. A,, meets second and fourth Tuesdays
-- oi eacn monia u aiarten Hall Chou
teau and Manchester avenues, visitors
cordlailv invited to attend.
A. B. LEWIS. It.
Thoe J. McCormack. Secretary.
Wreck In St. James Yards.
St. Jamee. Mo . June 2 An eastbound
freight train on the Frisco' collided with
a westbound passenger In the yards here
je-terday. doing considerable damage t6
the locomotive attached to the passenger.
Xobody was hurt.
Crnsheil Under Loaded Trncl
REPUBLIC SPFCIAU ,
fat. James Mo.. June !. James "Wood
ruff, emploj ed with a construction crew on
the Trlsco Rtllroad, near this city, was
rcriously Injured yesterday by being
crushed under a loaded truck. He was
removed to the Springfield hospital, where
a leg may hare to be amputated.
Roy Thro rn From Horse.
Evansville,. Ind , June 22. Late this after
noon Horace Friedman was thrown from a
horse and received serious injuries. He is
' 1 j years old.
EAST SIDE NEWS.
MAJOR W. R. BRINK.
Noted Figure in Illinois Repub
lican Politics Pushes Away
in Salt Lake City.
Xns was received In Edwardst ille -9-terda
or the death of Major W. IS. Brink,
one of the most prominent residents of the
city, and for xears a leading figure In Re
publican politics In Southern Illinois.
Major Brink passed awav- Saturday night
at 9 o'clock at Salt Lake City. The intelli
gence was contained in a brief telegram
from his son, Sherman Brink, and gave no
details, but a letter which came but a. short
time before tpoke of an attatk ot menin
gitis. Major Wesley Rajmond llrir.U was a lit
tle past JO j ears old and almost his entire
lite was spent in Madison Count. He was
married on Christmas Dav. 1ST3. to Miss
Eleanor Gillespie The wife and three chil
dren surv iv e Florence, wife of Jose Marie
Alarco. of Aguas Callentes. Mexico, Ju:i..i
soprano in the choir ot St. Peter's Church,
corner of Lindell and Spring avenues. St.
Louis, and Snerman. who was a student at
the Unlversitv, of Illinois until this spring,
wfcen he gae up his studies lo aceompan
his father to the West.
Their trip was made in the early spnns
and reports had in the main been encour
aging. Major Brink for J ears was engaged
in the collection and publication of historical
data ot Illinois, and this occupalion too
him all over the State, so that there were
few localities In which he was not Known.
He interested himself in Republican pontes,
and although he never he.d office he was
for a long time a leader In local affairs.
No arrangements have been made for tne
funeral, as-it is not known at what time the
body will arrive.
II D HIS BROTHER ARRESTED.
Joseph V. rlUt Charged W 1th Stealing
$!5 From Chnrlet Wrlulit.
Joseph Wright was arrested by Policeman
Klamm of EeileUhe esterday on a charge
of stealing JSj from his brother, Charlie
Wright. The money was taken out. of
a dresser in the room occupied by the
brother. Joseph Wright admitted taking
the money, but said that he would restore
it If given a cnance ltoth are coal miners
and live at No. 2 North -Mill stteet.
Hellexllle ef otes.
Elmer Rule, a lad who escaped from the
County Farm Saturday, was captured 01 Police
man Xerk of Belleville jesterdav He will be
returned to the County Farm to-day.
CI ting exercises of St. Luke's S-hool were
hen in tne school h.il vesterday afternoon.
Overseer of the Toor William G. Hill Is
The deep well on he Henninger property oa
Centerville avenue has been completed.
Hush and Miss Dalsl Gilbert departed last
evening for a visit with relatives In Chicago.
The funeral of Philip Schaefer. a well known
Belleville bookkeeper, who died trlday evening,
will lake place mesaa afternoon under tne
aujpkes of tne Knights ot Pythla'.
Doctor B 11 Ponuondo is entertaining his
mother Mrs. C I'ortujndo. of Havana, Cuba
Mr. and Mrs Louis Heidlnger celebrated their
tenth wei.nlnir anmversarv vtsterday.
Henrv Gaerdner of Laurel. Neb. Is vlsitln. j
(lis D-l.x'Ts,, f.tru iiuu ttiuiuu .-.
FOR CHIRCII I3IPROVEMENT.
IlnptlMts "Will Expend $3,000 for Ad
dition to iluildlnc
The congregation of the First Baptist
Church at Lpper Alton jesterday morning
voted to make improvements to tneir house
of worship in College avenue to the ex
tent of $3,000. The improvements will be
. . i Vr.. . (mim order that tne
started wltmn a few oais in oraer inai tue
,,.,, ,r i.o reanv tnr oceuoancv by the
church may be reao tor occupancy by the
opening ot tne scnooi yer ui u.c -"j-Tne
work ot Improvement will te under
the general supervision or the pastor, tne
lteverend U to. Waterman.
Alton Notes and Personals.
The funeral of George Slegel. whose death
occurred at San Francisco, took place esteroay
morning lrom tt Man's Church in Henri
street. Alton, the Reverend Father Josenn
Meckel otnuaitne. The burial was In St. Joseph s
The annual picnic of SS. Feter and Paul s
Cathedral school in Alton will be given on
Tuesdav at Rock Springs Park.
The ordinance or Daptism was mmsiwcu
to a number of candidates In the pond at
Krug's uaruen in Slate stteet. Alton, jesierday
morning by the Reverend J. W. bummers, pas
tor -f the A. M E. Church at North Alton.
Tho members of Alton Lodge, No- 47, of the
German Ordur of Hatugarl. t,ave u penic and
dance vesterday at Washington Garden.
The funeral of Cyril Albert Nutter, the
young son of Mr. and Mr-. A C. Nutter of
Alton took place jesterdav afternoon from SS.
Peter and Paul 9 Cathedral in state street to
Greenwood Cemetery, at North Alton.
The Reverend Cameron- Harmon was suc
ceeded as pastor of the Washington Street tt.
E. Church at Alton jesterdav by the Reverend
C L. Peterson. The Reverend Mr. Peterson
preached at the morning service on "Christ
Condescension." and at the evening service on
"The Christian's Power."
Summer vaudeville performance will be
started at Garner and Overath's Garden in
North Alton on undaj evening. June 29
Miss Margaret F Bell, a Deaconess; spoke
at the Sixth street M E. Church tn Alton jes
terdav on the Deaconess work. Mics Bell, who
was formerlj engaged in work In Washington
and Baltimore has been In Alton for some
time, and will leave within a few weeka for
another field. Tre pastor, the Reverend G. W.
Shepherd, occupied the puipit at the evening
sejrvice, preaching on "The New Fhilanthrophy."
The Reverend George R. Gebauer, pastor of
the First Unitarian Church In Allot, preached
vesterdaj morning on "The Bright bide ot
A new statue of St. Tatrlcfc was unveiled
last evening at St. Patrick's Church In East
Third street. Alton The ceremonies were In
charxe of the rector, the Reverend Fathr P
J O Rellly The sermon was delivered by the
Revererd Father P. Fennessey of SS Peter and
Paul's Cathedral clergy.
COIfNER STOE L VYING AT GRAMTE.
.Methodist to Ilnlld .vcw Church on
Probably a thousand people witnessed the
Iavlnir of the corner stone for the n-.-.-
Park Avenue M. E. Church In Granite
City vesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The
exercises were conducted by the Reverend
J. W Aboil, pastor of the church, assisted
by Methodist clergy Xrom the district and
from St. Louis. Terminal cars carried free
a delegation of nearly a hundred from this
side of the river.
IRRIGATION TO MAKE
ARID BELT FERTILE.
Good Results Are Expected to Fol
low Recent Legislation
The Republic Bureau,
ltth St. and Pennsylvania Ave.
Washington. June 2 After jears ot un
tiring effort, a law providing for the Irriga
tion of arl'' lands has been placed on the
Federal statute books.
In this system of agriculture the United
States has been behind the countries of
the Old World. The Japanese have prac
ticed irrigation for thousands of years and
the Chinese have been able by sucri methods
to retain the fertility of their soil for cen
turies. Tho English Government has spent
millions of pounds in furthering the Inter
ests of the cultivators of the soil In India
through irrigation and In doing so not only
benefited the vast population of that coun
try, but their prosperity has seriously af
fected the market of the American farmer,
and it 13 the American farmer who will
primarily bercflt by the bill which was
signed a few days ago.
Speaking on this subject to-day. Secretary
Wilson of the Department of Agriculture
In developing these arid lands the prod- 1
uct of tho Western country will Increase I
the great aggregate of wealth which the :
American farrner Is bringing Jack to thto I
onuntrv for our agricultural exports. Irri
gation creates home markets and It will
develop a market for our products la Asia
which will absorb the whole surplus of
farm products in the West, no matter how
LAID CORNER STONE
OF NEW CHURCH.
Larjie Crowd Journey to Granite
Citv to Witness the Cer- .
The corner stone of the Park Avenus
Methodist Church of Granite City tvas laid
eterday afternoon with impressKe cere
munlta. Tlie ceremony brought one of tho
larger crowds eer seen in Granite City.
A special train was run between Granlta
Citv and St. Louis by the Terminal Rail
road Association and several hundred jour-
ineed to GrunIte CUy b meuns of the East
Side electrii llnc
The Revtrend J. W Abel is pastor of tha
new church and it is due to his effprts
that the work on the new edifice has beers
pushed as It ha The churcrf will he SOx
! feet and Li to cost S16.0Q0. It will contain,
besides the main auditorium a Sunday
school room or chapel, a pastor's study,
ladies' parlors and committee rooms.
The ceremonies jesterday wera undet
the supervision of the Reverend F. M. Van
Treee of Alton, the Presiding Elder. Ad-
dresses were made by the pastor, the Rev
erend J W Abel and Reverend Doctor Ad
(Jacks of Warrenton, Mo , and M. Henson,
Count Superintendent of Instruction of
Madison Count). Among the prominent
Uergy present were: The Reverend3 A.
Mahle of Belleville. W. A. Cross of Ease
St. Louis and X. Luccock, C. R. Kimball
and C. R. Carlos of St. Louis.
AEGItO DISEMBOWELS AtOTIIER.
Wllllnm Hopson Wields a Razor Ef
fectively on Charles Otis.
Charlie Otis, a negro, was disemboweled!
by William Hopson, another negro, at tho
corner of Collinsv ille av enue and Broadway,
East St. Louis, at 9 o'clock jesterday morns
ing. Several hundred persons saw the deed,
but In the excite tent Hopson made his es
cape. Up to a late hour last evening he had
not been arrested. Otis Is at L Mary's
Hospital, and the physicians there say h
cannot live through the night.
W hat caused the assault Is not known, as.
OUs has not been able to talk. Bystanders
heard the negroes talking in an excited,
tone, but paid little attention to them. Sud
denly Otis was heard to cry for help, and
the flash of steel was seen as Hopson
wielded a razor. The former was standins
against a telegraph pole and could not get
away from the murderous slashes and Jabs.
After disemboweling Otis Hopson turned
and ran down Broadway. Several persona
attempted to capture him, but he easily;
distanced them. Benner-Brlchleis ambu
lance was summoned and OUs was removed
to St. Mary's Hospital. He was only abla
to tell his name and the name of his as
sailant, who, however, was already known.
sl.NDAV SCHOOL COXVE.YTIOX.
Annual Meeting ot Quarry To rnshlrj
Orcnnisations at Graiton.
The annual convention ot the Sunday,
schools of Quarry Township, Jersey County,
was held jesterday at Grafton. The con
vention lasted all the day and was held in
the First Baptist Church.
At the morning service, which began at
10 o'clock, an adj.e.s on "The Infant C!.3f
was, de.lv ered by .vllss Charlotte Barter.
She vv as follow ed by addresses on "Sundav -School
Work" by .vlles Laura RIchey, and
"How to Gain Attendance" by Samuel Le
i J"e. oevcrai scon aaaresses were m;
t . SUI,erin,cn(j. f ,np -hooI
! ".', "Ie siwenoienueDis ra tne scnoois
gate. Several short addresses were ma do
by the superintendents of the schools la
the township. The clo-ins address of tha
morniuB session was delivered by the Rev
erend fclmeon Husey. pastor of the First
Baptist Church it Grafton, on "The Rela
tion of Parents to the school."
Amons the interesting addresses at tho
evening seion were: "Personal Work, by
the Teacher" by Mrs-. Doctor Park; "Per,
sonal Irfluence of the Teacher" bv Mrs.
Belle Slaten, "The Sunday-School Union"
by Miss Hat tie Everett: "The Prosrcsslvo
Work of the School" by the Reverend Mr.
The closing- address was delivered by tho
Reverend D. F. Hardy, pastor of the First
M. El Church at Grafton and also presi
dent of the Quarry Township Sunday-School
The Reverend Slmecn Hussey. pastor of thd
Baptist Church at Giafton. administered the or
dinance of baptism to several candidates ytster-
, T5j Reverend Doctor Jay A Ford, pastor of
the First Baptist Church In Jersej-vlUe. deliv
ered an Interesting sermon yesterday morning on
Freemasonry." In honor of St. John s Diy Th.
members of tne Masonic lodges tn the city at
tended In a body.
c-rK "nI" temperance service was he'd la tho
First Baptist Church at Jerseyvllic last evening;
under the auspices of the Jerseyvllle Woman's
Christian Temperance Lnlon. The principal ad
dress was delivered by the Reverend J. G. Klene.
pastor of the First Presbjterlan Church,
The Jerseyvllle High School Alumni Associa
tion has elected Dctor H. Rx GledhiU presl-"Srf5-
-- A'J--'3ec--UiT and treasurer
"! -- llsttle Erwln and Lottie Jacobs and
I D. Snedeker members of the Board of Direct
ors. r. ;M'!'V,-eiv!n-m.K'1Ifr h" n elected principal
cr the Elah schools for the ensuing year.
The members of the Ladies Aid Society of
the First Baptist Church a,t Grafton have placed
a new bell In the church.
Mrs. Rudolph Entertains.
.Mr-.. Elizabeth Rudolph of No. 101 South
Mill street. Belleville, entertained a number
of her friends yesterday In honor of her
ninetieth birthday anniversary. Tho affale
was on the order of a family reunion.
East St. Louts Items.
Members cf the German Evangelical Churcrf
have arranged to give a plcn'c at Wolfs Par
Tuesdaj evening. "
The male members of the Sicred Heart Par
ish win meet Tuesday evening to p-rfect srro
ments for the picnic to be held July 4. ---
Officers of Ben Hiir Twltr . -.... m
r,".t? &; A-rB"'"- - . j Ra!
a""," fcherJ-- c r00-'..1?""5 g- SMti
bSSSSt. keewr" ofntagT'c McWhi5?
J Peon 0."G - JChn ro'0--- J- -
The Obear-Nftfer rtlsss T .i t -. .
down for the summer. """ CKKea
St. Josephs Parish will give a euchre mm
atJudsons Hall Wednesday eventag of Pthi?
orr"reermvvthorlaJlr,rfluencc on m3n "
lands can be so enriched bv irr!TJVe ."J1
p?aUnan S -?fft,,
Secretary of the Interior Hitchcock M.
come.1 ? YnVtJ & Wta:
tnat. These public lands are the heriMra
Data on the Philippines.
voYa-w,nstoft, JuPe -ne of the most
valuable publications jet issued from tho
division of insular affairs of the War De
."JiIVt. ;i,ronounclJJ, Gaieteer and
Geographical Dictionary of the Philippine
H"31"?.3' lui -Maps. Charts and Illustra
tions." The first part or It Is Just from tha
press. The -Introductory notice recites tho
fact that thousands of appeals to the De
partment for Information respecting tho
Philippine Islands. Indicate a widespread
desire on the part of the American public)
for such a book as thi. So all the official
data within reach have been gathered to
gether and the result Is a mass of Informa
tion respecting tne Islands.
Four Deaths by Violence. '
Guthrie, Ok.. Jute 2 Four deaths byfrla-
lence are reported from over the Territory.
ivuue xortung tne -ait roiK on the rexas
1 Oklahomt line. Miss Lel Mlnnt- wn
thrown from her horse, which struck her
head with his hoofs and killed her. Tha
family were moving overland to Texas.
Brn. BJward Grlssell. recently it
Lake County. Indiana, accidentally shoe
una niea ni iseii.
At Cordcll. a daughter of John Terry
drank tincture of iodine and died.
Near Chandler. John Bourgon was
drowned while attempting to ford Deep
Tta ilrnxstare Is oa erery box of tt geanlasj