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THE REPUBLIC: SATUBDAT. JULY 5, 1902.
he c.titnKt'L ot
The Experience of Mrn. PrnarnU, i Ife
of the Town Clcrli of Mlllem-
Tho woman with inc responsibility or a
house and family on her shoulders has al
ways been given to overdoing herself. As a
result i almost every lay we hear of one
breaking down. Her neres have given -way
or her strength has failed. Such was the
experience of Mrs. Prazak. wife of J. M.
Prazak, Town Clerk of MUleraville, IXur1.u
County. Minnesota. She says:
"I bad been serine a great deal, and it
was too much for :ne- Between that and
my other household duties I began to be
very nervous. 1 had no appetite and thoro
waa a feeling of heaviness around my
heart, so bad at times that it seemed as if
J couldn't get any air. I was so mj-vous ol
wajs that any llttla thine would up-et me.
Nothing that I could do gave me any re
lief, and It became so bad that I was
obliged to neglect my housework. I had
"Some time In March, after I had been
Buffering for several months. I heard of
Doctor Williams' Pink Pills for Palo Peo
ple and began taking them. I felt a little
better, and that made me willing to give
them a thorough trial. I took the pills
Tegnlarly for two months and by that time
my health was completely restored.
"I am giad of this chance to tell how
easily and thoroughly I was cured by Pink
Pills for Palo People. I keep them in tho
house all the time and strongly recommend
them to all who are afflicted as I was."
The pills which cured Mrs. Prazak act di
rectly on the blood and nerves and in that
are different rrom any other medicine. They
cure locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis. St.
Vitus's danco. sciatica, neuralgia, rheuma
tism, nervous hcadiche. after-effects of the
prip, palpitation of the heart, pale and ssl
low complexions and all forms of weakness
either m male or female. Doctor "Williams'
Pink Pills for Pale People are sold at all
druggists, or will bo sent direct from Doc
tor Williams Medicine Company, Schenec
tady, N. T., postpaid, on receipt of price,
fifty cents per box: sir boxes for two dol
lars and a half. Do not bo deceived when
a cleric tells you that he has a blood and
nerve pill "made from tho same formula
as Doctor Williams' Pink Pills for Pale
People." He does not know what the for
mula Is and ho could not mako tho pills If
Do You Ever
stop to consider the
present efficiency of the
compared with what it
ms before tbc"PUSTAL.
entered the field?
Tho display of Summer Goods at Hair's
cannot fail to meet tho fancy of the critical
and aoonomlcal buyer. The fabrics this sea
son are delightful In design, and nowhere
are they offered In such assortment as at
Missouri's Greatest Store.
HOME BOUGHT FOR AGED ELKS.
Provides Accommodation for 250
Members of the Order.
Baltimore. Md.. July . Henry W Mears
of this city, one of the supreme trustees
of the Order of Elks, reports to-day that
the order has secured a national home for
Its aged and indigent members by the pur
chase of the Hotel Bedford, at Bedford.
City. Va. This building was erected, in 1S33.
ana its ortslnal co-it, with fittings, was
1125,000. It has accommodation for 250 in
mates. The home Is now thoroughly furnished
and will be reopened the 1st of October.
The committee which purchased the hotel
Ir eluded M. D. Detweiler and Judge Fisher
of Jnmestown. N. T.: Mayor Brennan of
l?lrm.ngham. Ala.; George P. Kronk jof
Omaha, and the supreme ruler of the order,
Charles B Pickett of Watenloo. la. The
purchase ha3 been officially approved by
the supreme trustees.
MAY VACCINATE THE CATTLE.
ISliick Leg Hcourge Has ilade Its
Appearance in Territory.
Tlsa, I. T.. July 4. A considerable num
bers of cattle are dying in this vicinity from
blackleg. Many farmers are discussing the
advisability of vaccinating their entire
herds. This Is an untried experiment here.
Black leg destroys 20 per cent of the cat
tle In the Indian Territory.
Tie Reverend. Actfnt Seller.
Evansville. Ind., July 4. Tho death of the
Reverend August Seller of St. Mclnrad
Seminary last night removes one of the
best-known clergymen In the State. Tor
ten years he has been an instructor at
fit. Meinrad College. Ten yearn ago. under
the direction of Bishop Chatard of Indi
anapolis, he erected St. Anthony's Church,
which is one of the largest and finest
Catholic churches In the State. The funeral
of tho Reverend Father Seller will take
place Saturday morning and the services
will be attended by an the Catholic clergy
from this end of the State and by Bishop
Chatard of Indianapolis.
WeddlsK Rlnc (Solid Gold),
Bluest qualities fZ to OX Mermod & Jac
card's, Broadway and Locust.
Two Firecracker Victims.
REPUBLIC STEP A T-
"Warremsbnrg. Mo., July 1 Edna, the lit
tle daughter of Charles McFarland of this
city, waa badly burned In the right eye
by a fire cracker to-day. She may lose
the sight of the eye. Leslie Lobbln was
badly burned on the hand by the explosion
of a firecracker here to-day.
Mississippi Valley Trust
Has a Large List of City
Property for Sale.
PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION.
DATVSON On Thiirwlaj-.
July S. 19CS. at 4:30
n. m . Reward J. nawloa.
bclored huibaorj oX
Etta D. Dawson (nee Furlong), aged S4 years.
Funeral Saturday. July S. at 3 p. in., from
residence of Taos. Fntlcns. 12 Goodfellow
HOEFFEL On Friday. Julr J. IMS. at :
p. m.. after a short Illness. Peter Jloenl. oar
beloTed father, son and brother, at the ate of
40 years. month.
Funeral will take place from furllr residence.
No. SI South Third street. Sunday. July . at
1 p. m.. to SS. Peter and Paul's Church, thence
to SS. Petet 'and Paul's Cemetery. Relatives
and friends Invited to attend.
JOHN HOEFFEL. Ben.
ANNIE HOEFFEL. Dacshter.
ANNIB MART HOEFFEU ITctber.
JENNEMATSr-On Tuesday. July S, 15. at
1133 v. m.. Peter Jenncmalnv beloved tuiband
of Paallne Jenneaudn inee. Holmann) need ;
FuneraKwM talse place Sunday. July . at 1
p. m.. from rerfdence. No. 2M Biddle street, to
St. Nlkolaus Church, thence to Ctuvary Ceme
tery. Relatives and frienea are Invited to at
tend. JOBKDER-Oa the afteraooa of "e5a"fi
July 2. 1W2. Taoma. R. Joerder. dear J?"-
Sophie Joerder free Breaiert. and father ct
May. Sophie and Tcramie. ag-ed U Tra.
Funeral from late residence. No. EH Laclede
avenue, on Saturday. 5th Inst, at 2 o'clock p.
m.. to Bethanla Cemetery.
Deceased was a member cf Mechanics' Lodse.
No. Tit. A. O. U. "W. .
Members of loda-e win assemble at the hall ecd
meet In a body and march to the house.
SLOBASA-nddenly. July 4. lKi at p. ra..
Georxa Klobasa. axed IT year and month.
Funeral Sunday. July . at S p. m.. from fam
ily residence. No. 2115 Russell avenue, to Picker's
McOUIRZ-Oa rriday. July 4. 12. at -m..
Mary Mcfluu-e. penned mother of Mrs, tl
H. Daniels. Dosilalck. William and Mlciiael
HcOalre, Mrs. Dell Rnache. Mrs. bamuel
Stewart and Sister Mary Pnlti.
The funeral will take place Sunday. July C. 2
. m- from the residence of her jn-ln-law. Of.
Boer C JL Danlele; No. Sir University street,
to Holy Namo Church, thence to Calvary Ceme
tery. Friends are invited to attend,
TVAXBH-On Friday, July 4. U02. at o'clock
p. nx, Austin Walsh,
The funeral win take place from rftdence, No,
KM Rldj avenoe. Due notice of lima will be
IN "Lafitte of Louisiana" Mary Deyereux has made the most of the
1 picturesque personality and life-story of her hero and has written
a stirring and interesting noyel. Notes of new books and books soon
to be published. Gossip concerning authors and their work. New
In writing a historical novel, the author
who la not rctrhteU by a surplus of minute
facts hs an aJvantags hich cannot be
iepied. He escapes an element of crlt
hism which is both aggravating and natu
ral. Winston Churchill in "The Crisis," laid
himlf liable to the shafts of the ovcr
zralow student of history because nothing
can be left to the imagination.
The es.otnti.il object of a novel is to
please, ir the author prefers to instruct at
thu fara time that ho pleases, he has as
seenud a duty which mut te dlachartrnl
faithfully Iicrwn Hough In "The Missis
sippi Hubble." a book which has proveu a
success because It could please, had in
John Ijw a character about whom romance
clings tenderly. Whether l:is facts arc true
dots not spoil the excellent quality of the
Mary Devercux has been fortunate in
choo-lng a hero with a vague hlstor- "La
Jltte of Louisiana." her latest production. Is
a nuel who.-e first purpose is to hold the
attention of the reader, then to instruct.
Pew. indf-fd. are the Inhabitants of the
Gulf Coast who have not hejrd of Jean La
fitte. French privateer and smuggler. To
this day hi name uct- as a charm for the
numerous stories which the Southerner
loves to relate of the early days. The
Islands about the mouth of the Mississippi
fairly teem with a.-coeiations of Louisiana
folk-lore. Buritd trf-aaure, hidden caves,
natural retreat. and unknown waterways
have all the hyrnotlsm of piratical ro
mance. Of Ivilltte comparatively little Is known
to history. It is said that he was of good
French parentage, if not of the nobility,
and that his Ideas of probity were in
strange keeping with the life which he led.
Handsome, young and fascinating, this bold
marauder, who claimed to act under letters
of marque from the Carthaginian Republic,
had a hold upon the popular imagination
whi h has lasted to this day.
It is said that through some strange cast
of tho die he was known to Napoleon. Be
fore coming to Am'rica, S3 the legend goes,
he had been associated with Bonaparte in
a way to make them the best of friends. If
the tale Is to be bMIeved. Latltte even as
sisted the Emperor In leaving Elba for
France, where he made his great Etroke by
going to Paris at th; head of an army
drawn to him solely by the tics of affection
and worship, which it seemed he alone
Of Lafltte's birth and death little or noth
ing Is known. General Jackson pays high
tribute to him in his report of the battle of
New Orleans, where his assistance turned
the tide of fortune for the Americans.
With ils band of brave Baratarians, La
fltte proved an advantage which the British
would feign have secured.
Mary Devereux has made the most of the
Author of "An American at Oxford."
salient points In the traditions concerning
Lafltte. She has taken him when a boy In
France, where he is saved from the imposi
tions of a half-brothtr by the Intercession
of Napoleon. Weaving possibilities as well
as probabilities in her tale, she has made a
story of surpassing Interest.
Not the least Important feature of the
book is the pen-picture which It gives of
life in New Orleans during the first days
of this century. In connection with the re
vival of study regarding the facts of the
Louisiana Purchase, the novel Is the more
valuable. The practical workings of tho
prlvatferlng Industry la shown with fidelity.
Tet the author has not for a moment lost
sight cf the chief motive of a novelist's
work. She has not neglected the dramatic
qualities of fiction for the sake of mention
ing De Lassus. Governor Claiborne, Napol
eon or any of the other Important person
Ill Ife?' k V
U II CrtfnCNaat' 1
If vi mM ' I
ages whose names are mentioned. The love I countryman, a personal friend and a fellow
story, while not predominant. Is of the sort ' author. Merejkowskl has interested hlm
to aiouse the liveliest Interest In the mind I SM In emphasizing the contrast In the
of the reader. In two or three places the character and In the Influence of Tolstoi
evidences of haste In preparation are not and t his great contemporary. Da.tnv-
Iackins. but they are so well lost In the
mass or Rooa points that attention will
hardly be directed to them. There is plenty '
01 action in tne taie. xne plot is admirably
solved. As a side-light In early Louisiana
history, the romancs Is alone worth read
ing. ("Lafitte of Louisiana." by Mary Detereux.
Fubllsbrd by Little. Brown & Co. Beaton.)
Notes of Xcvr tlaoU.
No more genuine production of American
humor has been put forth In many years
than Mr. James Jeffrey Rocht'a "Her Ma
jesty the King." Indeed, the humor of
Shacabac the Wayfarer Is deemed by
many critics the most original ottering of
latter-day literature It has the quality of
a classic yet Is not without pointed refer
ence to some recent history-malting. The
bock has become so popular that a new and
competent edition Is now urgently demand
ed. R. H. Russell has such an edition In
preparation. A series of Illustrations faith
fully interpreting the humor of the text
will be contributed by Oliver Herford.
Mr. John Corbln's "An American at Ox
ford," published by Houghton, Mifflin &
Co., Boston and New York, comes at so
timely a moment and Is of such value in its
own right, that one may safely predict a
big success. American Interest in the be
quest of the late Cecil Rhodes, providing
that each of the United States shall be
forever represented at Oxford by rwo care
fully selected Undergraduate students, adds
a tremendous Interest to Mr. Corbln's study
of life at Oxford, from an American view-"polnt-
The book itself is so readable,
thoughtful and satisfying as to repay a
widespread attention. It ft particularly cer
tain to prove one of the genuine successes
of the year.
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall" Is the
best selling book at the present time, ac-
ABOUT THE "BLUES"
What Is known a the ''Blues
is seldom occasioned by actual exist
ing external conditions, but In the
great majority of cases by a disorder
ed LIVER .
THIS IS A FACT
which may be demonstra
ted by try Ing a course of
They control and regulate the UVER.
They bring hope and bouyancy to tho
mind. They bring health and elastic
ity to the body.
i TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.,
Tiitl s Pills
i . .: J&iSk S? - & i
ALICE CALDWELL IIEGAX.
Author of "iirs. Wigga cf the Cabbage Patch."
cording to the monthly list published both
by the Bookman and the Saturday Review
of the New York Tims. The Macklin
Company announce a tecond edition in
nrpnaratlfm. Th flrnr itlnn mn4t1 of
100.000 copies, and has practically been tak-'
eii uy tne pumic within two months of Its
publication. The era of great sales for a
rood popular novel has evidently not
passed. In spite of the statements we have
been reading in some of the literary re
views. A good novel will probably always
find a great sale If the public Is properly
made aware of its existence.
Charles Scribner's Sons have Just Issued
the first two volumes of their new edition
of the collected works of F. Hopklnson
Smith, which, by arrangement with Hough
ton. Mifflin & Co.. they are pubUshlng In
ten volumes, to be sold br subscrlDtion
only, under the title of the Beacon Edition.
Mr. Smith has revised and rearranged his
stories and sketches, bringing those on har
monious themes into groups, and has added
several new stories not found In any other
The name of thn npsMn VHIttnn tnri h
little device of a lighthouse on the title page I
and used as the watermark of the paper.
are. of course, derived from Mr. Smith's
work as an engineer and builder of light
housesthe famous Race Rock light among
others, the scene cf the novel of Caleb
A special feature of the edition will be the
drawings in color, which, three to a volume,
adorn the work. Mr. Smith himself. E. A.
' Abbey, Howard Chandler Christy, F. C
Tohn and Henry Reuterdahl are among the
artists who will contribute the Illustrations.
"The Benders of the Republic." by the
autnor or "Famous Homes In New York."
1 announced as In preparation by the pub
lishers, James Pott 4 Co. In writing this
volume the author made several trips
abroad and bestowed hard studies unon th
cradles of Washington, Franklin, Hamilton.
jay, jjvingsion and other great Revolution
ary character, -it seemed strange, and
yet appropriate, that from Northampton.
England, should have come the Washing
ton and Frankllna, who In long past
years fought and suffered together for the
cause or right and even freedom In th
early history of England. Just as they
themselves did in the New World. The vol
ume covers some twenty-four of the tre
mendous personalities who from the chaos
of royal and colonial government and mis
government brought forth the present Re
public Many facts and letters heretofore
unpublished now appear, and a remarkably
large amount of careful Investigation and
An exhaustive study of Count Tolstof as
man. worker, philosopher, prophet and ar
tist has been written by Dmitri Merejkow
skl, the Russian novelist, author of "The
Death of the Gods," "Leonardo da Vinci"
("Resurrection of the Gods"), and the
"Anti-Christ." This volume Is said to be
the flrrt complete study of the work and
character of Tolstoi by one who Is a fellow-
vkl. Both writers have given to the Rus-
"an peasant ana to his Interests a devotion
nlch by other Russian authors of tbclr
fccuciuuun niu oeen expended upon art.
Merejkowskl. while a cordial admirer of the
character aad of the Ideals of his friend, la
not a Tolstoylte in his views of society or
of the future of the world. The volume Is
to be published shortly by Messrs. A. Con
stable In London and Q. P. Putnam's Sons
In New York.
In his fanciful story of "wnat might have
been" as he tells It In "The Climax." a
romantic novel to be Issued next mnnth
Charles Felton Pidgin has taken advantage
of the wide scope for romancing offered
him by his subject and does something to
ward rehabilitating Benedict Arnold. Those
who know Mr. Pidgin believe this is the
Joking way he has of complying with the
sarcastic requests of some of his reviewem
arid correspondents who said that, having
attempted to Idollte Burr In "Blenner
hassett." he should do as much for Arnold.
Mr. PIdrin has recently written, however,
to an inquiring friend regarding these sug
gestions of his giving attenUon to Benedict
Arnold and Judas Iscariot, that a life of
Benedict Arnold, being In the nature of a de
fense, was written hv T.a.,-. wr .!.. .
published In 1JS0. And now a book has re
cently been issued mIIoh i-. -. i .
Judas Iscariot," while some years ago
Marie CorelH wrote 'Barabbas." in which
Judas figured In favorable light.
The Calendar of Harvest for the coming
fi0.?! 1,wa?s. an a""ilve feature of the
Little Chronicle of Chicago. Is made on-
UHIrJntc.re5tln'r thI tk because of
the description of the work now going on
in the wheat fields all over the world.
Tho University of Chicago Press an
nounces for publication during the summer
months a volume entitled. "The Diary and
Correspondence of "Wllhelm Mutler." The
work will be edited by Doctor Philip 8.
Alien of the Germanic department of the
University of Chicago, assisted by Doctor
JameB Taft Matfleld of the Germanic de
partment of the Northwestern University
In order to preserve as far as possible the
original qualities of the work the book will
be done in German type. 'Wllhelm Muller
was the father of Doctor Max Muller or
Oxford, and waa one of the most pleating
lyrlcista of the Nineteenth Century. He
was a conspicuous representative of the
later romantic school of Germany. In view
of the fact that the library and personal
papers cf Wllhelm Muller were all de
stroyed by fire many years ago. It U Im
probable that any other intimate record of
the poet's activities and strivings will ever
be published. The book will consist of
about 160 pages.
Among the articles of a general nature in
the July Critic none will be found mere
readable than Mr. Francis Cribble's ptpers
on "Dumas the Elder," Illustrated after
portraits and reproductions of the Dumas
statue by Gustavo Dore, Mr, Oribble lays
bare the mainsprings of Pumass extraor
dinary career, and concludes, with no little
Justice, that, however absorbing his novels
are, the man himself was even more so.
Augusta Evans Wilson's "A Speckled
Bird" will have no Illustrations, the author
objecting to artists' portrajal of her characters.
Barry Pain's very amusing novel. "The
One Before." Just published by the Scrlb
ners. Is creating some stir in England. The
Academy and Literature calls It "tuorough
ly amualng." the Dally News declares it
"full of good things." and the Dally Chnja
Icle dubs it "an admirable piece of absurd
ity." while prophesjlng that it "will briihl
cn a dull evening for any reader who picks
Edith Wharton's distinguished novel of
Italian life. The Valley of Decision." Is
1 showing a great deal of vitality as a warm
weather seller. In the season when most
novels drop oft largely in demand this one
Author cf "Marion Mnnnlng." andriauglttr
of former Vice President Morten.
seems to have begun a new career, re
minding one of Richard Le Galllenne's re
mark that It was "a book of many sea
sons." Lucy Lefflngnell Cable, the editor of the
Scribner school version of "Don Quixote."
Just published, it the daughter of George V.
Cable, author of "Bylow Hill."
The frontispiece of the American Illus
trated Methodist Magazine for July Is a
half-tone reproduction of Fursters tine por
trait of Susanna "Wesley, the "Mother of
The well-known novelist and scholar. Doc
tor William Barry, himself a Catholic, has
achieved a notable success In "The Papal
Monarchy." soon to be published by the
Tho work describes the rise and fall of
the papacy as a world power in the period
from the reign of Gregory the Great to
Bonface VII. This pcrold. comprising about
TOO years, unfolds, ho thinks, one single
though Immense action of which the papacy
Is the hero, and shown how It creates West
ern Christendom, sets up the holy Roman
Empire and subdues to Itself all the ele
ments of nascent clvIMzatlon. But as the
people develop. It enters into conn'ct with
them, and is shattered at length during the
great schism. Every act In this long trag
edy has Its beginning and it end. First we
see the stage of growth, then the stage of
external and Internal hindrances; after that
the stage of conflict and triumph, and final
ly the stage of dissolution. Doctor Barry
will deal only with fact", not with specula
tions. He will view the course of events,
but will leave their final purpose to the
philosopher. Hence he endeavors to be
neither Papist nor Protestant In dealing
with phenomena which he describes and In
terprets only In their relation to one an
Mr. Dooley as a prophet enjoys the rare
fortune of belrg honored both at home and
abroad. The lngllsh mind has often shown
itself singularly Inhospitable to American
humor. Even the admirable Mr. Depew
falls to score with his usual brilliancy and
success when his wit Is transplanted to the
region of Bow Bells. Not so the Philoso
pher of Archey Road. The British puhl'o
likes and understands him. though the keen
shafts of his tarcasm often penetrate fie
national sensitiveness, aa In Mr. Doolcy's
famous deliveries or. the Boer War. But
It should not be overlooked that Irish humor
Is not a quality foreign to the British pub
lic The Duchesi of Satherland. who 1 no
less distinguished In England for her lit
erary ability than for her beauty, has writ
ten a volume of short stories with the fan
ciful title "The Wlr.d In the Tree," Love
makes the chief Interest of these stories,
which are seven In number. Walter Crane
will contribute a frontispiece to the book,
which will be published attractively by R.
The Duchess of Sutherland is the young
est and not the least beautiful of three
famous sisters. The eldest married Lord
Brooke and after his death the Earl of
Warwick. Sho Is considered one of the
loveliest women In England. Blanche, the
second sister, married Lord Algernon Gordon-Lennox.
Colonel of the Grenadier
Guards, and has lately returned with him
from South Africa, whero he served with
Sc-wr Books Received.
The following books have been received
by The Republic this week for review:
"The Story cf the Art of Marie" By Freder
ick J. Crowejt- D. Appletcn & Co. New Tcrk.
"Tommy Atkins ErUode and Other Stories."
By Kate Kelson Paxe. Tne Abbey Pren. ew
"Jefca Faul Jones." Br Charles Walter Brown.
IS. A. Denorse ft Co.. Chicago.
Totk Tales of Ifapeleon." Translated with
' .s i
Our Establishment will close
EVS8Y SATORBAY AT I P. S3,
During the months of July and
August. We ask our patrons to
kindly note the above.
Introduction t. atirt; Kencaa. Tb Outlook
I'omi-an Nr Tor. St i
Sni;s of the Iit-a and other advratures la
vr- llv HaUVy Millard. Elder 4 Shepard. San
"Ranton-a Kollr " Richard Hardlnc Davis.
Chirlm CTlbnrs Sona. New York, tl 39L
"TOr on- IJffore." Itr Barry Tain. Charlrs
Scrttinrr-a S)n. Xtw Ttrk. JI.Su
MINISTER TAKES HIS LIFE
III Health Caused Decatur Itector
to Kesign Three Days Before.
Decatur. lit. July 4. The Reverend DouS
Ias C. Peabody. who on July 1 resigned the
rectorship of St. John's Episcopal Church
in this city, this motnlng committed suicide
by shooting off the top of his head with a
rifle. He got up from hi? tW and went in
to th cellar. His wife heard the report
ami cauou a ton to iook lor tee lamer.
The son found the father desd.
Mental trouble Is arslgned as the cause of
the suicide. The dead man's physician ad
lsel him some time ago to go aiay for a
Mr. Peabody came to Decatur last July
from Mobile, whyre he had been rector of
tne Episcopal Church for eight years. He
had also been rector at Plttsourg. Pa., and
Rockford. 111. He was then son of an Ala
bama planter. He leaves a widow, om- son
and two daughters. The funeral will be at
Glastonbury. Conn., next Monday, and the
Right Reverend Georg K. Seymour of
Sprlngfleld. 111.. Is expected to conduct it.
SMALL FORTUNE FOR SOLDIER.
Appointment of Lieutenant Busche
Develops Interesting Storr.
Washington. July ". An interesting and
unusual Incident has come to light with
the appointment of Lieutenant Carl F.
Busohe to the army.
Lieutenant Busche comes from the ranks,
and was recommended for appointment as
Second Lieutenant because of his strict at
tention to duty and manifest fltnesa for
such appointment. His father is Baron von
Busche of Berlin, and the parent has now
written to Secretary Root asking to be
furnished properly attested evidence that
his son was appointed an officer in the
United States Army. In order that the
courts may authorize the Busche estate to
pay to him. the son. the sum of JLC-.O. The
legacy, established j years ago by a mllt-tary-lovlnsr
ancestor, bestowed on each
member of the family who obtained a com
mission In any of the armies of the world,
the above stated m. to be used for the
purposen of equipment. The young officer
U now serving In the Philippines with the
Tonr of Union Labor Leaders.
Bloomlngton. III., July 6. John B. Len
non of this city, national secretary of the
WHITE. AMD GREEH MOUNTAINS
And all New England Seashore Resorts reached
quickly by way New York City.
STOCKTON HOTEL SS
l.CCO fert ocean front, 1-3 mt'e srartoua porch.
All corridors 12 fret wide; lobby UOxM. ballroo-n
rr3). Orrtstra 1C pieces Krery modern com
fort and (acilltr Suites lth private bath. Rates
ll?to per week. Redaction dartnn July. Write
for booklet. HORACE JI. CAKE.
Abo Hotel Xoncacdle, IVasalcctoa. D. C.
the ROYAL FRONTENAC
.Frankfort, illch.. Entirely New and Modtrn.
Will Open Its First rnsnn JULY 1st.
COOLEVT SPOT IS MICHIGAN.
Music Dancing. Hcatlnc. Batblnc. Flshlrr.
Horatback Rldlnr. Golf. Tennis. Etc
J. It. Ilnyen anil C. A. llrant. Leasees.
AUoLesj-ea rark Hotel. Hat Ssritur. Ark.
A SUMMER'S OUTING at
and health. World
bnltnr. fUhlrr. mlt.
famous sonnet, rainier.
lennta. dure. Si beuUfol take In the county.
Splendid tmteU at price O eatt everyone. Send
fnrdfrrtlT!rampMet "lib. fall rnrUcolars.
IT. U. I'liAU E, Seer-. ' ("Ml Bus. nUM,ria-
FALL TERM BEQINS IT SEPTEMBER. 05.
WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE (Founded 1849), Liberty. Missouri,
113 miles pcrtheait of Ka-uas CJtjr). Best endowed, best equipped, meet lartely attended coCexe
for younir men in tsoun; su instructors; 19 Duuainrs; ft scienunc lacoraiones; rrrcr.xjnutn; am-
letic Held: water wrks, steam beat: electric lights.
crr.ee . UMttr. no.
HOWARD-PAYNE COLLEGE, FyEXh
For lilfcher education of Yoddr Women and Girls. Modern and rroxrtJilre. Pre
.,Mn .n." aIIv munfl mn4 art .livnttAO- nhrilral culture. Vlt tv..firrifh an
sessfon becms Sept. Kth. 1S. Send for Illustrated
Baptist Female College
auri uiaxriiiBi rnvstsviTOBV or Mlictlft "
AND MISSOURI CONSERVATORY OF MUSIO.
Founded tui. StronXjprcrreeslTe faculty.
ary work in chares o
I univerurr rnooaies.
nanOomtly Ulsrtrated cataloxue.
Hosmer Hall &
A Day and Boarding School for Girls
t'etlrge preparal' seelllr. Carll&caia adnlts
wb-.teill.sei. Oreo Ses. n. US.
Addreaa 3IIs M. U.MATUEKS, PriaeltaL
- TART BALDWIN 6EMINAnV-For Toonc
jM. Ladles. Term lottos -Vpt. 4. I50i Located In
Shenandoah Valley of Vlrainla. Umurpataed dl
nute. bau(ul xrounds and modem appointments.
in rtodenu put session from Mates. Terms mod
erate. IupsU enter any Ome. frend for catalogue.
MIS! E.C WEIMAR, PrlaStaoatoa.Va,
P) Missouri. Lexlccton.
neiiinuiiu miuidif HCdcaiuj
Oldest and lirxm ml.ltary school l;i
Central West OVt sup-rvlloa aad
eoulctnent Army otflcer detailed
Col ganford Se'Jers. M. A 80nt-
lir ii Uti,
UtnMiu Ceninnttaa ta tre.lnl... rUln-neee Worn.
aa's Collet, r..-1-r. 3a. uus M vcm.kl. ellateto.
yer CsttlegM S sJUtcm J. O. CLunoS, tue, Bes -,
WORLD'S FAIR COLLEGE.
Co!!i A Coll. Prp
Ahf ord. Ji.ocutlon
ANNA SNEED CAIRNS, ft. Ixnla.
TIooBlyIesttiTeCsirrbriawr SrlaXlaa, aiorphtss aad Uterlt'asv
eotlo X7rtsa Cslar, Nenrmatkeala. Tobaewaad Cts-areltai tvddletlsaa.
coumrospan m conctTinax coaTtBxrrut-
JDH. jr. SB. TRTj A I W M, 3Cn-?minim-n eaaaxl. TWTana.si
reaw TrtjMs Ire Tsssra sad wuirisi(s r TT- j Til '-jii Tll1B
Cor. Locust St.
Tailors Union. leaves here Monday for
Ch'cHsro. where he will Join T. I. Kidd of
the Woodworkers Union and James Dun
can of the Granite Cutters. The three la
bor leaders will make a tour of the West,
commencing In St. Paul Wednesday night
and endeavor to revive Interest in trades
unionism. The Itinerary then takes In
Minneapolis. Butte. Helena. Seattle. Spo
kane, Tacoma, Victoria. Vancouver, Port
land. San Francisco. Lea Angeles. 9a6ra
mento. Salt Lake City. Denver and Omaha.
HANNIS TAYLOR APPOINTED.
Will Occupy Important Chair at
Washington, July I. Hannls Taylor, au
thor of notable works on constitutional and
international law, has Just been elected to
the chair of English constitutional and com
mon law. and of International private law
In the School of Comparative Jurisprudence
and Diplomacy, of the Colombian Univer
sity. Doctor TaIor will divide with Jus
tices Harlan and Brewer of the United
States Supreme Court the teaching of con
stitutional and International law in that In
Sunday, July 6,
To Sieraaire and Gaaceaad River Cihiofr rtwru
Uowlle. 8L Clilr SUnloo Sullivan, Bcnirtmo.
Iubarc Cuba SicclTiIIe. Boas. Ctsks. Sales).
Et. Jim JU.IU. ArtlntTton. Kewtrare and
ROUND TRIP RATES, 75 Cents to $1.50.
Tit. IN LEAVES 130 a. to. lutaralcr. ar
rlrn ia:6) - m. Stop both wars it Tower droit.
TICKETS Elxtitb aod Out. 8tmu. Towtr
GroT asd Uclca Station.
Chicago Beach Hotel.
Tea minutes from heart of city: so dirt asd
durt: .Hutted on boulevard ana lake, at Stst
rtrest boulevard. Ctilcaa?.
Peed for flhiitrated booklet.
Fountain Spring House
, WAUKESHA, WIS.
The Ideal summer resort hotel of Wisconsin. Ex
cellent Cuisine Superior Service New Gnu
Boon a. Newly Equipped Bathlar Extahllshaieat
Superb Orchestra All Outdoor sports.
Famous HoJth-Gl vtng fUaerai springs.
J. C. WALKER. MANAGER.
SAYLOR SPRINGS. ILL.
MINERAL WATERS UNSURPASSED.
Plain. Turkl'h. Medicated Vapor. Static and
Faradle Electric Baths and Manage.
Expert attendants of bjth seres coratastly at
hand. DellKblful locality. Every facility for
rest, recreation, recuperation and enjoyment.
the most perfect asd desirable. aSsrdlss
nrat-clan city service in rural surreundlnxx-
Rates Very Reasonable. Booklet Pre.
AsdHAMASER SLEHDALE HOTEL
fur caujocuc wutn timutui w,
cstaloxue. HI RAM
Well equipped laboratory for Science wcrk. Liter-
Amodern Conservatory of Moae. Art.aadEo-
a sxoaern (.inservsiory oi
Edw. W. White. Pres. Robert N. Cook. B. Maxn.
1- IRKWOOD MILITART ACADEMY.
- Larxe. beautltul xrounds. Numbers lim
ited: Instruction Individual; moral tratnmz of the
highest. Prepares .for rollese or business. 2lt
year bextna Kept. 11. 1K1. Fend tor catalox.
Cot. Edward A. Halsht, KIrkrrood,Mo.
A Home School for Twenty Boya.
Chartered ISM. Complete eouipmeris. Individual
rreparatlcn (orreltexe or business: family lite anl
Serscnal supervision for bojs over i yeats of aas.
tohn B. Welch. A. M, Pnnclcal. Colombia. Mo.
Bishop Robertson Hall.
Episcopal, estaclisned inc. isuardlax and Cay
schccl for xlrla. ltjcera D. V September 11,
WS. Apply to BtHTliR SUPERIOR. llCT-Itll
S. Ceranton ate., au Lculs, Mo. Ask for er
PnJITinVMr rnaney la bank till
r VOl liUiiOpoiittoq. u leot-red. or pay cut
of s'rr after e-raduatlnc. Fnter a-y time.
Emllie Uldc-, Cor. Otb aad Olive Stn..
St. Louis, Atlnntn, Nnahvllle.
31ontcoraery, Little Rock. Galveaton.
Ft. IVorth (Catalorue free.) Shreveport.
Schoora ct national reuutatlon for therouebnesa
and reliability Ind-rsed by buslre men.
Home atntlr. Rookse-pinx.etr.. isoxlt by malL
Fcr 1 p. Collexe catalorue. cr ICu p. on Home
iuor. ao. lmpv w. -. LTsoxBon-s collexe. St.
VMILU ICE GREM. 3
g. Reqalres No Ssgar. 9
E7 Trade supplied by 5
& ADA3J ROTH GROCEH.T CO. "3
JLjwJJJ"ftJ.'' &t.. il-i- Jlatrsaissi-
A. A. SELKIRK g G8
Auction and Storage.
Kcsnlarsale every S-atunlay at warehouse
nil Kl-ccrai OHiCC. Iv-u-i lliOUICau STB.
Mi's la residences a specialty. Phone Klnlcca
! Samuel Gans. Manaeer. TH and TW Washta
, ton avi. Auction jalrs of salvago mcrchaa-
oisc. aicu tor special rntiees.
, A. A. SELKIKK. Anctloneer.
1808-10-12 CHOUTEAU AVE.
Till day at 1030 o'clock, at our narcttonsr. w
win elt a tare and Tr!?J collection of prtsi
FfRSITtnC, CARPETS. STOVES, ETC
A. A. SELKIRK & CO Anctioucera.
DELMAR RAGE TRACK,
Commencing at 2:30 P. M.:
Admission Incluiilug Grand SUnJ, $1.0.
DELMAR. JOCKEY CLVB.
SAT- SU.f. MATS-
Mar Howsrd ladT Sflnstrrti Barltsqa
Vaudenilt-07!e-.Art Farcr An Pc-Oreti-tra
Concert' A Lartrr. Looser. Better
show anil Mure for the Money Thia
Any Other In St. Login.
TH NinHTHADLA-vs park.
IVltlUn l Ijicletle nnrf Grnnd Arm.
ADVANCE SALE AT GROUNDS
JULY 4th and 5th.
Sf, Louis vs, Sew Yorfc
Game starts at 3:45 P. 31.
WEST END HEIGHTS GARDEN
Afternoon o.nd Night Concerts
Chouteaa ave. cars direct, other?, transfer.
BEST VAUDEVILLE IN TOWN.
Artmlrntm to G-oands Free.
To-Nlht S-1S. Mat. To-Day ISO.
MASCOT. Bit: Cast or Lyric Artists. Incco
raraMe Chorus Pret v Girls: fccenlc Railway: Old
Mill Wheel: Steeplechase: New Mldwaj: Restau
rant In Cottaxe: Band Concerts dailr except Sat
urday. Reserved seats at C 4 A. ft. R. ctfice.
Sen. Night, July t -rra DUvolo.- Take any car.
THE BIO PLACE ON THE HTTJ
"COME AND LOOPTBE LOOP"
Two performances dally, rain or shine.
Ehctr, All star acta. Admission to sreunda free.
1-avUlca. JCc and fSc Reserved seats. 80c.
Jeurncymen Plumbers' Picnic
Postponed to Jaly 13, at
RAMONA PARK. t.
Bcatixuc Flshlcs- and Athletic Gasiec Danctntr
from ISO to 11:39. Prlreg for afl events.
The Summer Horn of ReSned Vandevfn.
PURCELL and MATNARD KERN3 and COLK.
Eixnt isix ACTS.
Matinee FcDdaT- Wednesday.
Take Throcxh South Broadway Car.
"tAfri SafrrVMlSntrd 2!
iiiBoston to Liverpool f
ComnionwfiIth.' JuJr 1; Mica farw). JtUy
23: New Ecffl&i-.d. Julr 33: QimirioDweaith. An
loon. iC and t$0 upKirt, acccnllnjr
fta-vinii Kalrkftn Itt 3r lhlrrl-4Lst at
to steamer: second saloon, JCiJ; thlrd-claia ax
Boston MEDrrnRANEAN Serrlce
Glfcraltfr, Naples, Gesoa: Cambrcman. Acrart
It. September IT. Norember 8: Vancouver, eep
turaber s. October 15. November SS. Saloon rates.
IT. upward: second ealoou, Ji. For steamer plana.
etc. addreea Dominion Line, Boston, or J. J.
Brady Co.. 1011 Pine Jt, St. Loala. Mo.
ThU LhtAFPCsn Ertiy SotarAijr.
St. Louis Office,
Or J'etv Tork Offlce. 3 Park Place. 1
Hotels and Resorts-.
A. P.. Amtrkam Plte; E. P.. EarcpeaaPUa.
.p-cSSU?- Hoiei Rum
American nan. up.
Bostoa Srro'BaAf.53oJ,.tKotHl BmasiiBk
BrooJtlja "i,1. reVoV HoisJSUeorgt
Fire Island cciiBooK; Rre Island Hotel
Marra-rs-KPtt PlarR-'- Facinp
......3.u... . ,., ,
1 ocean: book.
Pnfanrl Snrina- - "p-
. ...... .r..c
"o Golf links.
feVnTefoo. Tl! Sameset
C4K Inlnaln 1 TEX
Greatest baths In U.S
wsu muiuuiu yromblnlns nat- heat, mineral
Bttallnr titaitinalltlex." Unrivaled climate.
WILMAU F. HOMES. IL J. DIKKNCrTE,
EKTAIILISIIEO IN !.
H1SSOIRI STATt: MLTbAL flRC AXH
BIARIXE lStitM'E tllA.Y.
OSlre. No. HT Chestnut - st- Louis. Mo.
TeL Bell Main tTJlA, TeL Klnkch A l.
Policies are written en ehh.r stock or mutual plt
no-v C ITaarstlek. J II C Locaa.
M H. Ortnvetn. n n Walker.
Auxustu Nedd.rbot Jaa. W Dell.
tvm. F noroea. 'j
LADIES! $500 BmARDibaSStpSrg
aUhoWg7 fircia tar emose. ray monthly rexalAtaae
falls is relleTe. XalL Busw, Te2..sats,sBn. Bote
Iloca rcrprewed. (103 revara far aar other Teeaady
dTertued thai !! rt'Jtn ooe lan. BB. iiaaos. a,
rrfTyOc- l'ia:j-'V 'isJ-' - "-f-
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