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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY G. 1902.
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Munyon Remedies
Given Away
i u-ait ery trk person to send roe their j
r m ar 1 address and full particulars of i
'- nimplalnt. and I will send by return I
l- Hi frm of all charge, the remedy that I
'I if mil cure them, Ilemember. there I
5 r rt'eh alout th's offer. If iou have j
n.f timatism. don't fall to -end for a free '
i" I rf my Kheumatism Cure; I know It
i !i! cure you. If jou suffer with Indigestion
r i.nv xtomach trouble be sure and get a
f'"- vial of my Dvopepsla Cure. It will en-
'V -ou to eat v. hat you like ind all you
l'K? If you have a cough, send fcr my
'ou:rh Cur. If your kldnevs are out of
'in, no mailT now nou"i. my iiarey
iir- will proie a b'.eing. My Headache
Tur topi anv hei'Iarhc In 7 to 10 minutes.
Mv l'U-rhoa fur rrects all bowel com
Jl!" 'n .i f- hours No matter what
r.,.- r T(a. i- wrlto and tell me all about
vm.r -TTi'alnt and I will send yen my
r rr iv m I will alo "fnd jou a copy
of Mi - !- Magazine and Munyon'3 Guide
t; Hf-iltb
Prof. Kunyon. 1505 Arch Si.. Philo-Pa..
The 'spljy of Summer Goods at Ban's
cnnr.ot fall to rreet the fancy of the critical
and economical buer. The fabrics this sea-i-on
are di Hshtful in design, and nowhere
nre the- offerol In uch assortment as at
MIs.ourl' fifiixi Sin-e
VAGRANT BULLET HITS A GIRL
liss Georgia Lnidain the Victim
Other Accidents.
Miss Georgia LaMaln :li- 18-year-old
daughter of Jose; h Lai lain of No. 309 South
Twenty-first street, received a bullet In
her right wrist Thrusday evening while
walking along the sidewalk In front of her
home.
The young woman at flrt thought o:ie
of the children pUy.ng on the sidewalk
had hit her with a rock, but when htr
wound begrVn to pain hrr she went to her
father, and an investigation caused t'ie
summons of a physician.
Doctor D M UIbon. who was called,
found a bullet frcm a 35-caliber rvoler In
the bone. Where the mml!" came from Is
a mytery. though from the nature of the
wound It Is thought to have traveled a
long way before flnding lodgment. The in
jury Is not erious.
Inspected School of Mines.
r.ErcuiJc bVEi l
Rolla. Mo. July 5 The Executive Com
mittee of the S'-hool of Mines met hero
to-day. Doctor John D. Vincil. 1. A. Mc
Millan. It . Thurman and Charles L.
Woods att-nd-d th meeting. When tho
general routine business was transacted the
commute-" went on an lnpcctlon tour
through all the new buildings and wlt
nucvc t'-ie prcgrcs that was being made
on the new Sj-1i"f1 building, wh'ch is belli?
pushed f'-rward by William McCully S Co
of St I'U5 w'th all speed
Clmreli Ilrdlratcd nt Vlrjilnln. III.
rki-i i i.i special.
. .rsiV.i 111 . July 5 A new Presbyterian
church v.3s dedicated here I. -day with lm-pif-.-i
ceremonies T. c Rcerend Willis
Frefri.e fra's f CMcago delivered the
piL.r.j.al odr-ss and the Heercnd J. II.
Kh- ir.uatv s. aiso of Chicago, and other
picr-.lncnt divines, assisted the pastor, the
Reverend neorse Ler.nir.cion. The conpre
gat'tn Is wrulthj and the ellfire Is a credit
to the cltv The present trustees are 15. W.
Mill H. F. Kors, George Concver and F.
C Ir.nr
.Tail Deliver? In .rknnna.
JIETUMJC SI'ICTAL.
Hope. Ark. July 5. While Jailer Doc
3 o.-iioe was gHlng breakfast to-day to
thrte negro mi ners under sentence of
death at Washington, they assaulted him j
wim u i-iuu snu nenvy itk, urcaKjng nis
wrl t and badly InjUiIng him. He Rhot and
rr.crailv Injured one. The other two cs
..tled. bu' were captured later.
Istcrcnite of Capltnl 5toclc
JSEIVI.UC SPHCIAI
Jeeisn City. Mo., July 5 Statement of
Increase of capital stock from IZ.0U0 to
l.j0 was filed tc-daj In the offlc of the
se-jetat, ot itate oy th- St. Charles and
St l.ouls Iiridge Company of SL Charles.
MARRIED.
GnATSON-NEtVKIP.K-On July 1. IMS, by the
Jte-erend T r Cartnon. Mr Hirry S. New
Klrk cf M IxUis and ll!s Jlmle M. Urason
or K-inclt gion. Mo. t No. JS17 I'art atenu-.
t;t.L.E:JS MIL.t,ER-On July 2, IMC, br the
Kr.eren.1 T Carletna. Mr Alt-rrt Miller or
tt lutji to S5if Maud Muller SjiUns of Fen
tun. Mo i the hose of the bt!t!e' pircnti at
1 er.ton Mo
DEATHS.
BECKCR-On Faterday Jul S. lis. at 3 a.
m . Ktii.t.u T. Ii-cker nce .v(nM belared
wlte of l'eter Uxr ar.i ijtotlicr of Charles
Iu!irf anil Victor Becar. ajej a jrstn 3
months 2Z ds
Funeral from family reli2ence. No. Id North
Twenty third ftren hindsj. July i. u : p m.
IeceneS was a x"nbtT of Security Council. No
(14. Kaichtx and LAdtcs ot &ecurlty.
FOX On Siturday. July 5. 3231 at $M . a..
M&rraret Tux. ased U yoirv. b?lorl sister of
Jaira lJuca and trs Kate Lunbcrs.
Funeral Sunday. Jul 6, at 2 p. m.. from Xo.
13 North Taior atence. to Vlsltattoa Cnuica,
tbence to CaUar Cemetery. Friends are Invited
to atterd
GUCimiST On Situr.Kr. July s, ixi at 11S3
c m.. Heirietta F O.lchjirt. beloved dauxh'.sr
of Will tun auj Au.lt Gilcbttst. axed 1 year and
6 months
Funeral from famllr rldence, Xo 2G37 Glaa-eu-
avenue, ilondaj. July ", at S p. m.
iroEFFEI-On Fr.Oiy. July 4 js. at 4:
p. m . aftr a short iliatx., i:er HoefteJ. our
Leloed lather, son auu 1iolter. at tbo ae or
0 earr. fi months.
Funeral will tak? place from family residence,
No. Si; South Third tret. bunda. July i, at
1 p. m.. t ad. 1'eler and I'aui s Ciurch. tbesx
to h8 lvter and I'aul's Cemetery. KIatHes
and friend 'nrlted to cttjr.d
JuIIX IIOU'FELk Son.
yvNNIE HOEFFEU Daughter.
A.N.S'11: MAItY UOEFFEU Mother.
Ht-TrillPON On Friday. June Zl. 1302. at her
heme, near Sedalla. Mo.. Jottle lljtcalaon.
Interment In Belief online Cemeterj. St.
Iu.. jul 2. Doceasetl was a slter of the late
It. S MacDonald and of James Wilson Mac
Ionald ot Isew York.
JACOBS On Friday evening, July t. 11 p m..
A. Fiderli.k JacwZ4. teiod hutind of 3opui
Jacobs (nee Grann). at the ago of i7 ears and
9 months.
Fuaeral from resldeace. Xo. 2-l'
, street. Jloniay. July 7 at S p. m.
Salisbury
Other papers please copy.
UATTON On Saturday. July S. 1932, at lt:U
p. m.. at Fereuson. Thomas K. ljyti.n. after a
ilncering Illness, aced 33 y(axs S mouths.
Interment at Versailles. Ky.
MULLEN Entered Into reit suddenly on Sat
urday. Jul i. via, Jemcian Mullen, txloted
on of Dccnis Muhen and brother of Jo.n U.
Mullen and Mrs. J. KiniUU and Mrs. E. A.
Jiolle.
Funeral will take place from Donnelly's ender
tailnc rooms. Hit North Twcnty-flrst street, on
Monday. July 7. at 10 a. hl. to Calaxy Ceme
tery. Fucerat pritats.
lUaiHt-On Saturday.
Julr E U02. at 12:4S
p. m. arter a short illseit. Joseph
Kilter, beloved child of William H.
lsat. Josephine Victoria
r William H. and Sophia
llslter (nee Suess). at axe of 9 months.
Funeral talrj place from late residence. No.
2XJI South Tenth street, Sunday, July & at
S p. m., thenco to St. Matthew's Cemetery.
Friends and relatives are Invited to attend.
STEWART At PitUhnrs;. Ta.,
f 7U a in
July . ua. James Stewart ot Na !() West
utut piace.
months.
this city, aad si years and 10
Teffiponry interment will be made at Home
wood Ometery. Pltutnrc at 10 a. m., Monday,
July!.
SAPPINOTON--Entered Into rest Julr . 102. '
at l:o o'clock. Mary c SapplnKton. daughter
of J. P. and Ellen C. Ssnptncton tne Brown),
ana sister of Jin. Charles Hewitt. Edward P
2S?E.P&An&cn.& A,bm J" JulU ' "
Funeral from resMerce at tXS a. m.. to
JCirkwood Catholic Church at 19 . m.: frcm
thers to Park HIU Cemetery at 11: o'clock,
iloaaay. Jolr 7.
Kansas City. Mo., and CourasvlIU. HL. pipers
pleas copy.
T7ALSH On Friaay. July 4, UOi at p. m.,
Acstln Walsh.
Funeral wUI talcs pUce Ucnday. July 7. at
1:10 a. m., fxotn rssldeacs. No. II Rids avs-
tma to St. MarVs Church, thnc to Calvary t
Cemetery. Pleas emit flow. j
SITTING IN BOATS
THEY DIG POTATOES,
Farmers Near Tri-Citles Take Crop
From Lakes Left by the
Recent Flood.
FISH TUBERS OUT WITH TONGS.
Wheat Sprouting in the Shock and
Trobably Will Hot on
the Stubble Farm
Conditions.
Farmers In the lowlands aloes the 1T.I
nols shore of the SIlsMsMppI from Granite
( city to Altoi are harvesting the crop of po-
,' tatoM bv means of skiffs, rvlr.g to the re
cent high water Hooding the fields. 7hen
the fields were submerged large patches of
potatoes were ready to be dug.
After waiting a few davs for the water
to recede the fanners nnxlous to save the
crop, began to dig them with the aid of
rklffs and rmall rafts. In some parts of
the farm the water onlv flooded the ipace
between the rows, but In other parts the
entire field were covered.
On Mongers' farm, on Chouteau Island,
everal acres are submerged and the enly
way th" crop can b saved Is to dig the
potatoes b the use of tongs. A the
water Is by a few feet deep, the plan I"
proving successful. Several farmers brought
load- of he potatoes to the Tr!-Citls ves
terda and sold them at TJ cents a bushel.
Saving the- wheat that was submersed did
not prov so easy and a. liavy lo I' ex
pected. At the time of the flood most of
It was cut and In sheacs ready for thrah
inr That which dl.l net float away Is
beginnlnr to sprout and a in many local!'
tle Tt inrot be handled conveniently It is
feard the crop will be a total loss.
ST. LOUIS COUNTY PARAGRAPHS
tVllliam Scott pleaded tiIt'rI T"
triiv t. l.r ., nf -ifcj tultlng his -vife
and was Hned $1 an I cofts by Justice
Greenf rider. Mr Scott, who had him ar-
rerted. pleaded with the court ror c.-m--cv
and paid his tine. She said her hus
band had heart disease and that his health
would be Injured ty furth'r confinement la
prison.
Ilnrrlnce Ilcrne tirre Issned In
Clayton estc-djy to James F. Wallace
fT-.t Tcri!.-i Prnboc". both of No. 1537 Irv-
lnir aventie: J hn I. Evans, r.. and Rebec
ca Frledlander of St Louis; William B. 'Wil
liams of N" 3U Washington avenue and
ttrscio J. Smith of No. AM Fairfax avenue:
It.-rt E Scott and Margaret fhrlstman of
St I5til. and FranX King ana JilzabetQ j.
Johnson of Ha-t St. Iouls.
rw Illinol Corporations.
ItFaTBI.IC SI'ECIAI..
Springfield. Id.. Julv 3 Certificates of ln
ccfiratinn were issued to-day by Secretary
of "orate lloee as f illows:
The Illinois IJv Ptcck and Poultry Cnmpsnv.
Chicago: carl'aX Jo-)."?): to rolee and deal tn lira
stt.ck ad fttiltr-. Inerrp' rato James Fox.
Auru nV- aid TV C Mueller
.sireich V.' co-rpanr. .Tili-ar;: capital. Ji
ttyi ri IcfTs e anil r 'I Iltuor d-aler. Inci--pora'"r-
Itotrt Streleh. Itobert Knop and A. O.
Al!!-4Ua . .
Th J F Schmllt Rrc-O Company. Chleam:
capital SI- . contractttr snd bi.lld.ag tusl
n In rp rsto ' l."m r Dever. Jamts
Yourc end Th!r O refiron.
The Ga'litm cjh1 and Cok fompany. Einil
lty c-plI ST.nw mining coal a-d manufsc
turlr.x coKe Ircorpators Iluxh Murray. Da
vid V!e .tnann and M Sjtt"
pj pe ria Mer-ians Excttrlon Comranr.
prria capital Jiooo. to conduct excursions.
loc"Tporatrr U. S Brown. II. W TMellsr and
S M Clarke
Rr-kman Pro' . Chicago: ear'tsl. XII "0: man
ufactiirlnr rr--r anl dra;c!t- euni'rles ln-cn-pnrtors
Wlllam E Mrooman. 1'ase V. Ljr-
ci nnJ srl!y It Noltpr
Tli I. Prince Fhc Company. Chicago: eapl-
tpi t y) GWia'anuM-r b ots. s-o- ar4
lcathr xvis Ineorj)-tor I J Dclsot. I.
H s and M J lR'atj-
Th Aetna Fuel O'l Cornpany. Chlcaxn: capi
tal S50M1. to at oil wIIs Inecrpiratcrs
John 71mmcnr.an. Charles It F-ands anl Ode
1. TUtkln
Operl fnedto Verxlllo, Jdlet: benevolen-e.
Inco-rcr"tor Jchr r.ratno. Salvatore !1 Gullo
and Nlcclrt Rrunc
The I Palle Cour.ty Hereford Cattle rtreMe-"
Asoeiat'on. Ottawa, to encourage tre breed!-r
of Il-ref'i-d cattle Ineorprat-r Wallace IJb
ber A'rrt F Hnrncnt anl John Lock
The Trenton Cemete-y Aev-!aicr. Trenton:
to conduct a cemetery Ineo-porators Mir.
Georsre Iymden. Mm F. Leocard and Mrs F.
Ttemf-1:
Incenres In eipltal stock are certlflej t by
the follow ng corporations Anror- Foundry Com
Pn. Aurcra. frcm tS.000 to Jjn.foi the W A.
GerVen Ilkery Companv Blooralrg'rn. f-cm 15 -ad
to HOMO: the Western F-und-y Comra-y.
C-Mcaco. from v.o0 tn nno.ooo. the Wlndn-
Kenfleij Puh'Uhlnr Company. Chicago, from
$31 W to JJW.yOO and the number cf dlrectois
Increiiied frcm four to seven; the Paxton Elec
tric r-omtrnny Paxto-i from JM.OM tn J.vYS.
The Oaljtret Mining Company, located at Chi
cago, certifies to a decreaee In the number of
;i'eTo- from tn tn five
The Fil-vard Inca'ed it C-Ieneo certtaes to a
elisoc cf nsme 'n the ricllyrr Pickling and Pre-rv--g
WorV and to an lncrea In the num
ber of dlreeicr fm-i thrf- tn four
The -porxln Co-npsnr located at Chicago.
certRc tn ft chance of nam to the Amerl'aa
Soap Compiny.
MR. SPRAGUE SAYS
If vou want eld vratermelon. go
Delicatessen Lunch Room-.
to the
JOHN P. DRUMMOND IS DEAD.
Was Once Prominent in Racini
Circles Throaghout West.
iinrt ijuc srnciAL.
Asbury Park. N. J.. July 6 John P.
Drummnnd. owner of one of the largest
brick yards In this vMnlty. and at on
time prominent In horse-raclnR circles from
Maine to Texas, died here last night of
neurahria of the heart. He owned much
blooded stock
O. P. FACIeSCM..
RBTURUC SPECIAI..
Rolla. Mo.. July 5. O. P Paulsell of this
county died at his home, four miles west of
Ilol!a. this morning. In the neventv -third
vear of his are. Mr. Paulsell represented
this county In the Legislature In the pes
s!?n of 1W4 and made an honorable record.
He -was a sterllnc Democrat and was the
head of a large and Influenclal connection
In this county His funeral will take place
to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon at the family
burying grounds on Eecvcr Creek.
31. D. JA3IISO.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Stcelvllle. 3Io.. July 5. 3L D. Jamison,
ore of the oldest and most substantial citi
zens of Crawford County, died at his home
In Cuba this morning. Hi remains will be
brought to thli city for Interment Sunday.
THOMAS HOARD.
RErCBLlC SPECIAL.
Mexico. Mo.. July 5. Thomas Board, ex
CouncIIman In this city, and former mer
chant, died at his home here to-day. He
was 65 years old: was born In Callaway
County Missouri, and was one of the larg
est men In the Slat' at the time of hla
death. He welshed more than 400 oounds,
but up to the time of his death seemed ac
tive In getting around. He was well-to-do.
3IISS SALLIE BCVCE.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Nevada. Mo.. July 5. Miss Sallle Bonce,
sister of C. F Bance State Bank Examin
er, died at Sheldon Friday.
MRS. SCSAX IIURD.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Coffecn. HI.. July C Mrs. Susan Hurd.
years old. died at Hlllsboro last night of
cancer of the ptomach. She was until re
cently a resident of this city. The funeral !
win taice piace ar me Jietnoaist Episcopal
Church here to-morrow, conducted by the
Reverend T. F Shoes of Tower Hill, m.
THEODORE WEJTHOFF.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL
St. Charles. Mo.. July S. Theodore West.
hotf. ased J years, a highly respected farm- i
nf M eonntT Hfe.1 thte .-.n 1 w . . 1
r nf this county, died this rnornlnr- nf h(
h.ome' 5" f'lSPlu?-6 5?JlfJ w"1 ??k? .
place iu' '--- '"; -oraa at mat ,
place.
JOHN" P. DRCHHOXD. I
REPUBLIC SPECIAL
Asburv Park. N. J.. Julr E. John P.
Druramond. owner of one of the largest
brick yards In this section of the country
and prominent In horse-racing circuits
throughout the United States. Is dead.
MISS VIOLA BURRISS,
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Medora. I1L, July S. Miss "Viola Bnrriss.
aged 7 years, died Thursday evening with
consumption "The funeral occurs to-day
Irom Bprmg tjove reioyinan waurcn. at
from Spring Cove Presbyterian Chi
SutamerriUe. to Medora, Cemetery.
TERNELL'S EVIDENCE
WILL BE IMPORTANT
Did He See Disbrow, Foster and
Miss Lawrence Get Into
One Hoat?
WILL REVEAL ALL ON STAND.
Hakes Statement to Reporter
Which Indicates That He
Knows More Than He
Has Told.
HEPCBUC SPECIAr
Good Ground. L. I.. N. T., July B. It is
now- believed that District Attorney Smith
expects to place oa the stand early this
week a witness who saw Foster, Dtsgrow
and Miss Lawrence all get Into one boat
and rush out Into the bay. That witness
Is Edward TernelL
Jlr. Ternell to-day admitted that ha was
In the yard back of hlnhouscatS o'clock la
the morr.ins of the fatal day. and that ha
would tell on the stand more than has yet
been revealed about the case. If be does
testify that he saw the three get Into the
boat. It will add much to tho District At
torney's case, which has been greatly
strengthened by tho developments of tht
Inst few days.
"There are some things which I cannot
tell you." Mr. Terrell -said to a reporter.
"But everything will come out on the wit
ness stand next week, and there Is no rea
son why I should not be frank with you. so
far as I can and not violate my pledge to
the District Attorney
"It U true that I was up that morning
and that I knew that something was going
en. but I did not Know an aooui ix unui
after day. and even then I'm not saylns
that evn now 1 know all that happened."
"Did vou ee the three together that
morning?" he was asked.
Knew Tliey Were Tog-ether.
"No, I did not se them together, but I
knew- earlv that day that they had been
together. When Clarence. DIbrow and th
girl drove up to my place about I o'clock
Sn the .nornlng I was out back of the
house watching for chicken thieves. Just as
I have said before. But I did not s-e them
drive up; they came In very quietly and
hitched the horse to the barn door. What
they did from that time until da light, or
until they wtnt out la the boat. I do not
know."
"Do you know If Foster and the girl had
a room in your hou- that nlghtr
"I do not know that positively. All I can
tell you Is that at 3 o'clock that morning I
found this poor fellow, hitched to the barn.
I unlocked the door and took the horse and
carriage Ini-ide. I looked In the carnage a
little and found the Klrl's hat under the
I6t.
"That naturally aroused suspicions and
whtn I saw Disbrow after daylight It Is
true we had some pretty sharp words or
rather I said some pretty sharp things to
h:n
"But if you had act discovered that the
room had leen occupied at the time you
had the talk with Disbrow, why did vou
accuse him of making Improper use of
your house?"
Jlade an Erailve Iteply.
Mr. Ternell hesitated and then repUed.
evasively, that be did not like the locks of
things and did not know what to make of
finding tho carriage.
Frank, as It appears on Its face, this
statement of Mr. Ternell Is far from, twlng
all the truth. In the first place if he
were up and about the premises at 3 o'clock
It L altogether probable that he knew
where Foster. "Dl.ibrow and the girl were.
He took their horse Into the barn and no
doubt knew whether they were In the
house or down on the beach.
It was a still, clear night and he could
have een and heard them.
If th-y were making the disturbance In
the house described by Mlfs 1'earsall cer
tainly he must have known It. Again, It Is
not at all likely that Mr. Ternell would
have accused Disbrow of making Improper
use or his heuse hnd h not seen or beard
something during the night to Justify such
an accusation No place on Long Island
bears a better reputation than Mr. Ter
nell's. and those who know him do not
believe that he would be awake at 3
o'clock In the morning and not know If
anv thing wrong was going on about th-i
hOU.
Ana, Knowing mat sometning wai
his acquaintances oHcve that ha
have Interfered on the snot and
wron
would
ouiq not nave waited until s oclocx. as
he says he did before speaking to Dis
brow. Tmllmony 3Iny Be Important.
Both District Attorney Smith and Detec
tive Field are silent as to what Mr. Ter
nell will swear to. but they admit that his
testimony will be very Important. Mr Ter
nell said to-day that he went back to bed
at half past 3 o'clock that morning, after
having put the horse In the barn. That Is
.. ... -- -i--
the time, app-oxltaately. fixed by Miss Pear-
nail, when the three were outside the hotel,
going toward the beach. 3Ir. Ternell's barn
lr on high ground, overlooking the beach,
and the spot where the boats were
moored.
It is probable that he did net know in a
general way what hapiened. He found the
horse hitched to the barn door, and the
woman's hat In the carriage. He was sus
picious, according to Ms own statement,
that something was wrong.
Still, he says, he went to bed a half hour
later, and did not knew who was In his
house or what was going on. 3Ir. Ternell's
place is not a hotel. It is merely a large
cottage, on the bay. and at the time Mr.
and Mlrs Pearsall and Disbrow were the
only boarders under his rtof.
At night It Is as still as a desert about
the place, and JILss Pearsall declares that
the disturbance In Dlsbrow's room was so
violent that It awakened her from a sound
sleep.
The belief Is general here that ilr. Ternell
Is keeping his pledge to the District Attor
ney, and will tell under oath much more
than he has yet told about the case.
CURRY'S BAND ACCUSED
OF ROCK ISLAND ROBBERY.
Charlen 7fesselers Description of Ban
dits Tallies 'With Those of "Raich,"
Cassldy and Harry LongbangU.
Chicago. July 5. That members of the
"Kid" Curry band of bank and train rob
bers, wanted for alleged complicity In tho
recent Union Pacific hold-up. perpetrated
the robbery of the Rock Island express train
at Dupont. I1L. Thusday night. Is believed
prcbable by detectives, 10) of whom are
working on the case to-day.
Charles Ncsseler. the boy who was steal
ing a ride on the train when It was stopped,
described the men to detectives to-day and
his description Is s&ld to tally with photo
graphs and descriptions of "Butch" Caseldy
and "Sundance Kid." alias Harry Long
baugh, alleged members of the "Kid" Curry
gang
It was officially stated by an officer of the
United States Express Company that the
robbers procured only J30 worth of Jewelry.
They carried away a package of worthless
vouchers and other papers, but overlooked
a package containing ilOO.OOQ.
SEW rinE TRUCK A xterr tract
was received by the department yesterday,
to take the place cf the one which was
destroyed at the fire at Seventh street and
Washington avenue last January. Tho
truck, which Is a. Hayes aerial, with
elghty-Ove-foot ladder, was made In EI
rolra. N. T.. and cost J3.KO. It was tested
yesterday on Twelfth street, opposite the
City Hall, by Chief Swlngley, and ap-
Proved. It was placed In use at No. S en-
gine - nouse. on iNinin street, between Chest-
nut and Market streeU.
Thereaxe, three hundred and Ave "Help
Wanted" ads printed In to-day's Republic
If out of work or looking for a better po
sition It will pay jou to read them over.
"Wheat Fields Floosed.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Havana. HL. July S. The Turner Hudnut
levee on Sasgainon Bottom broke last night,
ruining fields of wheat In shock asd corn
In tassel. Th nilnnla River is atill rlilnsr.
Another foot -Kill corer the Fulton County
narrow-gauge track. Water gauge shows
acta fit above low-water mark.
Difficult Digestion
That Is dyspepsia.
It makes life miserable.
Its sufferers eat not tecaase they tronf to,
-but simply because they nuir.
They know they are Irritable and fretful;
but they cannot be otherwise.
They complain of a bad taste In the
mouth, a tenderness at the pit of the stom
ach, an uneasy feelinc of puffy fulness,
headache, heartburn and what not.
IIjo effectual remedy, proved by perma
nent cures of thousands of severe cases, is
Hood's Sarsaparilla
lloos's ftus th ben cal&utlc '
GINSENG
3
Tne Money Maker cf the Twentieth CentGry.
Invest your mosey in GINSENG and dear
frcm U tt ISO Per cent annually The culture of
Glneng Is no longer an experiment. No ose ever
l&st money en an investment in Glmeng.
Write to St. Louis County Glnsag Gardens.
Fcrruun. Ma WD GROVE. Manager.
James Dysart. Gardtr.tr.
The hot sun and warm winds are
apt to bring out all that's bad In you,
BLACKHEADS
AND PIMPLES
CURED NOW STAY CURED
My scientific treatments sever f alL
Thirty years practical experience.
Call or write personally to me ,
JOHN M. WOODBURY D. I.,
300 Slermod-Jnccnrd, St. Louis.
A FOOD CVR.E FOR CONSTIPATION.
Constipation Is an almost universal dis
ease among civilized nations, due to con
centrated and Imperfectly cooked food.
Mufhes. milk, fine flour, bread and condi
ments, added to sedentary hablte, result !n
constipation, hemorrhoids, piles and other
diseases of the rectum requiring surgical op
eration. Intestinal catarrh, headache, bilious
attacks, nervous exhaustion. Insomnia.
ileeplessnesi, autointoxication and paralysis
Thu remedy Is the dally u-e of Toasted
Wheut FlaktJ. sweetened with Malt Honey.
Each flnhe represents an entire wheat
kernel less th woody fiber, and contains all
the Itfe-bulldlng giuten of the wheat. The
raw starch found In wheat and cracked
wheat mushes U dextrlnlzed by thorough
cooking and toasting, making Toasted
Wheat FIake at once digestible and curing
constipation and lis attendant Ills. It Is un
failing In Its work.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES
AND DEflTHa
RKCOIID OF BIRTHS.
N"v--iWi
nrt
111
Henry and Anne Chrntr. 13 Russell; boy.
J 1
. ir ani iui3s L.arry, is. 2 ii.nara: si
K ani Mary Kl-lnbenr. a Merln: aArl
ani iui3s L.arry, is. 2 ii.nara: rlrx.
I" H anl Mary Lrrui. 4-JII canlaa. rlrl.
U". and Annie AlthoIT. 11 Helen: bey"
John ad Mary Mchsllvr. Ml Cars; girl.
Q and I-na Oru-nJler. Itlt Franklin; sirl.
l(f cry and Minnie (trot. Mil St. IvmiH: boy.
Juhn anl Cara Walsh, ltM Corth Nlnetsenth;
-j
J. an.1 Anna IL Rosenthal. CI St. Lovrts;
KTS. i
ttro toys.
J r. ma VT Mafcer. Jrr Leteracr: tcr.
o. A. E. aaa Apolonla Juenfel. 117 President:
""
J. anil Cginia Bleleell. MTt Vista: tlrf.
JUnniAdE
LICENSES.
m m ! ""Tii.rLrul
Harry Fraurafeldtr...
is Maninelcrodt
U iliUlnckroit
till Xona Ninth
UO St. Ferd'nanJ
.......... .......IVT Lawisq
...,... gT Morran
- .ITT Cacuteaa
iaev uiunt .. .....
Hrnrv HaSmflsttr....
Jchanna Eae ..,
J B Miller
Etl-'I A lksrave...
Jctveoh H P??rhef
Msm-s. rt-son
John Srhnelder . ...
Elizabeth II Kyl '.'..
J W M-EIror .. .....
XOf C YM-ealJej
J. L. Oamac
Theresa D Rontert
John Hlr.tenssyr
..1537 CaUteS'J
.iiJ SMmtn B-eidway
Featcn, II 3
.n Senth E'rfcteenth
.C South Elsiteenth
-...Eos South Seventl
1W Senth Third
. .. MiS South Second
i-jise i. fuut&e.ncr
1 A. Wallefe 1fie Atth VTIn-e U-K-..-
Itarjr II R. Llrety....lM South KIcJ-s Hllhwly
F. A. Atebraadt .
Alice RIIy
J. II. Koch
Lucl-da Brewer...
John W. White....
Anna Nas!
Bolrn (I. WIUIs
Katlo J. Jecnioirs.
.joptin. ila
Joolln. 31a
........ ......... ..Osi Brains
........... .....Sullivan, iio
lttl North EUhth
UU Ntrth Etrtth
---. UretnThlr jtl
...........Cy Ollvt
IVeddlntr Rings (Solid Cold).
Finest qualities. $3 to S3). Mennod A Jac-
caras, uroaavvay ana i-ocuje.
BURIAL PERMITS.
E. J. Daweoa. U jears. SKA Lacleds; eaa
cer Htlta Cotoosh. 1 years. X7M U2rtc; menin
gitis K. J Cat. months. His North Thirteenth:
erterttls.
iUry UcGolre. K ytars. sal UnlTerslty: heart
dlstse.
Paul JlcClosVey. II years. UJ Cass; accldst.
Benjamin Walton. i2 years. Ill North Thir
teenth: guathct Wbucd.
Henry Rosenthal, i days: SRI St- Lents: ds
tlllty. J P Ltavlell. It years. IKl Clemens; con
sumption Kate Keenas. 43 year. TT15 Morgan: paral-
yi"
Lottie Crews. $ msntha, HX Franklin; cholera,
lnrantura
Bedford Hcke. II years, iCl Lambdla; paral
ysis Brldret M. Carney. 42 years. Poorhosse; tnttr
Itls. lraae Dllllrjthsrn. t yssrs, t3U Ulnsesola;
bronchitis
W P Achentach. 1 year. Till Mlchlran; eater
It! .
a Guthrie. ' months. Z!lt Carolltx; whoeplng
couch
Child of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Laretis. 1SS North
Leff.r swell crvnators birth.
W O Pstts. 2 months. XU4 Scott: entrrltu.
Valentine. Schmidt. 44 years. r9n Arse-ai;
uraemia.
J. S Iludscn. 1 month. (K Wash; congenital
dfMlltr
Harry Brmltmeler. S months. 1151 Dodler; chol
ern Infantum
Charles Schmidt. R yra. Ills North Granl;
aretdenL
Emma Becker. years. Ill North Twenty
third nethrlt!s
E. E Ketner. C monU-s. 118 Franklin: cholera
Infantum
Arnold Gross. 7 years, 1S3 North Taylor: dys-
"j.rw. Schick. S iT. HO North Twelfth;
tetvans.
A. II If2er. T months, ail North Twelfth:
eetftf
Helena Hackmanr- 74 years. ai7 South Ser
erih: lntermtttant fever.
Peter HeeCeL fJyear. 311 South Third: sun
Ullle Nleklea, 8 months. SCI South Third:
chnlera Infsntunv
Phllllo lnarahara. 7 years. (HI Manchester:
Dora Grimm. 44 years. 1C0 Ncrth Ninth; Clph-
Peter Jennemaa. 75 years, tilt Blddle: neph-
Anna Holtmaa. W yesrs. 1J1I Menard; cholera
James Evans. 41 years. Insane Asylum; een-
Georce Pnyder. C years. Poorhouse; perttosltla.
B Graber. 77 years. Insane Asylum; tnter-
Mary Wolkea. M years. St. Anthony's Hos
pital: pyaemia.
James Heaven. years. 8 Arsenal: liver
Jor-ph Cnramlns. IS hours, lltt North Nine
teenth: rremature birth.
Nora CVoford. 1! years. Sl.A Chestnut; en
sumrttcn. Marzaret Fox. 44 years. 1S3) North Taytee;
'"in'fsrt of O Argent. I month, to North Tay
lor "traneulatlen of bowels.
Amelia Gansmann. M years. 15 Ncrth Csrdtaa;
llri Mnlrhead. SI year. 17H South Drl-
mn: consumption
Kr:thrtne Schoenert. W years. 1W7 Mcrran:
"Aurtln "tralsh. WTe-rs. BW nM: apcplexr.
Morris Manaie. 72 years. 1E2 Hickory: smlis
d,Annl Palmesano. 57 year. 1S North Elxth:
n-enlrclHe .. .. ..
Katie Klein. 1 month. I7S8 south Second; eon
genital detlllty.
Slarie J. Johnson. 2 months, I South FlfleeaU);
lnsnltlon. . .
Llnlf Puu.br. M year. -as D Xalh; ea-
Kutn aark. tj yesr. City Hospital: costive
lreuffleienrr,
Vincent Laytnn. 17 day. 11SJ North Tenth:
correnltal deblljty.
Jovi Vlncn. 1 racnth. 7UJ North Tenth: ta
snitlen. Virginia LcfCer. 3 years. -2711 Oarfleld: scarlet
'jnhn ycGrath. It yesrs: Mnllanphy Heipltal:
consumption.
DOtfATTOSS FOR FRESH AIR Mis
sion Contributions fcr the orphans ex
cursion, under the auspices of the Fresh
Air Mission, to Montess.no. July 14. mar
be sent to Mrs: O. TV. Lnbke. No. S3 rar-
ton street: Mrs. Anna O. Eberhard. No.
1011 Dillon street, or Mlts S. SathtrUnd
No.-S211 Morgan street. It Is requested that
all dcnatlona he sent to any of the shove
1 addresses oa or before Bnndiy, July u. An
I xeurslca Trill sisa b gives to Wright City
8? W
SI To Northern and
JSYttTO
bUvsA focfairn fPrc? .
Vi Vd vaV.
VIM
Enjoy an Observation, Cafe, Parlor or Luxurious
Chair Car Cooled by Electric Fans En Route.
VERY LOW VACATION BATES,
Ticket Office,
AMUSEMENTS.
Everybody says:
ASK
THAT
CHIC 8ALLET.
E.SEHSLE OF 400.
6BEJT EBUPTIOB.
BLAZE OF SPLEIDOB.
Tickets and Boxes are seHIn? at Bollman Bros.' daily until 5:30 p. m.
TO-NIGHT vrS FREE
CHOUTEAU AVB.
CAKS DIRECT
WEST END HEIGHTS.
Commtaclaz Sunday Attiraato sad Siliht, July 6,
imOTHEHS rtObsl, Comedy Acrobats.
WAI1I1ES & BLACIlArtD, St- Louis Kavorltea.
leKOXA THirrtlJEB. and Her Dutch Pickaninnies.
DOIKLAS Jk FOIUJ, Eccentrlo Elnters and Dancers.
IIASISETV 4c AILIO, Novel and Entertalnlns Specially.
PASCATEL, he Great Pretnlfr Mexican Gymnast.
MI3S EDITn 0'REILL.Y. SUSS KATIHIYX .v1A.M.G, Sinters and Comedlezmta.
3IISS DESSIK GILDEHT, America's Greatest Cometlst
nEIUt QRA.VADA and ALMA FEDORA and EI.ErlIT
ADMISSION TO GROUNDS FREE. HENBT SCHERP. Maaacer.
OUT THIS OFF!
This Coupon will admit one lady to
reserved seat in Theater any after
noon this week, except Sunday.
STTIj-vOUIIIEIR,
PLIMPTOX HOTEL "Watch Hill, R. L,
OrerlsoklEg Bay acid Ocean. Kin. Vui'.c Hall acd
Orchestra. Elesatcr. Osly couse with Isctns
1'rhta. Near bathing beach. Uulf. Accommodates
2S4. Booklet at iUrubllo Bureau. C A. Stcn.
Mrr.. Waleh Hill. B. L Uat of Palm Beach.
si-.).
EUCLID HOTEL
ON LAKE SUPERIOR.
Purest water In tn world. No malaria. Fish-
lag. yachting, theaters, planked whllasa. Co.!
all summer T.'rits Consolidated UaA Company.
Sapsrur. Wts.
i he: FIRS,
en Balttmor Bay,
rTt- Ideal sscl
Mich.
Idtal ipct for rt ani1
MMirie. rrM sirr rooms and nrst'Ciass
roard. Seod for boc.leV. A. K. TUlctson. 14
aiontcalm II, E. Detroit. Mleh.
STOCKTON HOTELSiKySSi.
LOM feet oeeaa front. 1-1 mile spsolous perch.
All corrldcr 12 test wtd: Uoay EOzM: baflrooia
iSa. Orchestra If Pieces. Every modern com
fort and facility Suites with private bath. Hate
115 to S per week. Rsdujttoa during Juiy-Wrlt
for tooklet. HOHACE M. CAKE.
Also Hotel Norraandle. Wssalngton. D. C
theoVTuTFRONTENAC
KrsnJrtert. Mleh Entirely New and Modern.
"Will Open H Flrat Season JCL 1st.
COOLE3T SPOT IX atlCIIIGAA.
Musle. Dander. Beating. Batniag. ninirr.
Horseback RIdJcg.
Oelf. Tennis. Etc.
J. It. Haye and C. A. Rraat. Leee.
Aao Lessee Park Hotel. Hat Scrlnis. Ark.
GREENBRIER WHITE SVLPHVRSPRINGS
WEST V1ROINIA.
i ouj WHITE" SulNiurl. oaen Juc IS.
Pamoua for Its aalpfcur hatha. Slslrn lmrrove
mrnts. with prtrate hatha. Orchestra ot IS
pieces. Terms. V.i t 1 week. 1U to t per
monii VTrlte for Illustrated booklet. Address
HAF
KlliriGTUJ. JllLOJJ. aianacer. ureentner
White Sulahur Springs. W. Va.
NB W OCEAN HOUSE,
STVAMFSCOTT. JI.A33.
Allen Atnslle. Edward R Grsbow. proprleturs.
WILL OPE JC.tE 14TU.
Greatly EtUried Fcrty Piieste Baths. All
tie Latest Irapmrerrents. Etsrythlag New.
Booklets. Republic Bureau.
SAYLOR SPRINGS, ILL.
MINERAL WATERS UNSURPASSED.
Plain. Turkl-h. MeillrateJ Vapor. Static asd
Faradlc Eieetrlc Baths acd Maesaie.
Expert attendants of both sezas constantly at
band, iwllgbirul lnra Ity. Every facility for
rest, recreation, recuperation and enjoyment
HOTEL ACCOVIMODATIOXS
the most perfect acd desirable, affording
nrM-class city service' In rural surrouadlcga.
Rate Very Reasonable. Eookt Free.
Addrrsi
MANAGER QLENDALE HOTEL
Ezcurslsn rates oa B. ft O. C,,,.(J.-' -- ill
8-W an 1 conneettcr roa.is alllil dpri0.,lll.
MOUNT CLEMENS
Famous Mineral Springs,
Beautifully located en Clinton River,
Bear De.
trolt ana u at. -;.r.
ucriient csnicg. coat-
ttr. driving and cycling facilities. The healtc-
glrlcg water from these far-famed mlcrral
sprtaas have a world-wide reputation for tn
cure cf rheumatism and kindred aliments.
A. handsome booklet wlm pnntographlc views
and full descriptions cf the Baths. Bathhouse.
Hotels, etc may b had free by maiL Addrris
F. R. EASTMAN.
Chamber of Commerc. Mount aemeca. Ml:h.
SCHOOLS.
BUNKER HILL S'i.T
Bunker HtlU I1L No better home and school for
say .Boy at any .Prte. College nj tualness prep
aration. Write to CuL S. L. Stlrer, A. M Ph. D.
Hosmer Hall iiSS
A Day and Boarding School for Girls
Cartes errsrU relllT. OsrtiCcal adalu
lokicalles. 0sSpCS.ur3.
Addres MISS M. H. MATBXTrs, Priaelssl.
KTHE 2808 I.
S2S08 LOCUST ST., S"t. Louis,
Jl Trv9rt rr Ttirr flH Jrwflvh. t J T T ---. . Ub4U UsW
next Tuesday.
proTldtd for.
Aboat children vrUl b
FLAO 280 FEET VS AITt A flag; C-
Terrjaisg us uaxauton-lirown Shoe Com
Bsny was unfarlea oa the nln-Btory build-
lag oocsrplid by tb eompgny. Wedntsdsy.
FOLLOW THE FLAG.
THE-
Eighth and Olive Sts.
eat!"
THEIti
THOSE
MM
i
GRIND F1REW0HK3.
SUPERB COSTUMES.
SUPERIOR SPECIALTIES.
SPECIAL FEATURES.
"Irs Gr
a
By Weil's Military Band,
OTHSe TRANSIT
CAKS 7RAXSFER.
resorts.
WHITE AND GREEM MOUNTAINS
Acd & II Xew Knla.nd Poa.hore Resorts reached
J qnlfkjj by rtixNew York City.
Kirkland House
AD
COTfAQES
DEVIL'S LAKE. WIS. Cal, no mosqultses or
malaria, hcastiru! scenery. For cartlculars ad
dress MR3. a. E. KIKE. KUkland. Wis.
HOTEL MACATAWA
- ( r7sT. tatrMwttr!-- nrannT r.i tvpst-
"-M av ijt? -.AiinA
EH.V 3IICHIGAX.
Facing Macataa Bay. Cfty rods from
Lak
Dally
Sllccusa, ua rer arqetie rtaiiway.
stesmers to Chicago
Mil
wsukse.
Electrlo
line to Holland and Grand Rapids. Excellent
beating, bathing and Cabin-.
rider, proprietor.
Macatawa. Mich.
Sleepy Hollow Resort
South Haven, Mich.
TV ben th umoMr ua 1 tiics hum-uiitj
fj-vrrwl- el. Sleepy Hollow U Xxcuil b
colI brvecs t:om tn In, acd itu Jt btu la
cvaparAb a..altSt. It wosCerful dlveralty
r s&iural tcaut.es xaakes It 3;iintTaI -uraiatr
home Plus-Pone Ter.nl. Oolf. TUt!.1na, te.
Tin Orchestra.
COXSiVEH. THE ATTRjiCTIOXS at
WAUKESHA
before, joa decidaoa your plant for the rum tasr.
It offers what CTeryoo la seekiDg.Uis maiimonj
of comfort and pleasnre without extortionate
eipn.e. Finest resort in the northwest.
Snpenor hotels, drisea, rowing, beach bathing,
golf. bealtMal waters, etc Free booklet tells
all about it. Writ for one today.
IV. R. r R M E. eey tw lillee.l hit. WnSwS. Wh.
&&mmtm
GhJoaga
Slit Boaleytrd tsA Lake Skare,
CHICAQ0
la the finest nrantr and winter Betel oa
the Great lakes for families, tourists and
transient guests. Haa scarry s rsoo feet
broad veranda. Built of atone asd
pressed brick. 459 large rooms. All oat
aide. Ho courts. Furnished throughout
Is mahogany. z rrlTate bath rooms.
just i minutes by Illinois Central Ex
press from the shopping and theatre dis
trict of the city. Cool is summer, away
from the dry's dost. aoUe and vr
Oatf, Irani, basting and fishing.
Send for Maadsotne New
llhrstratcd Booklet.
DflCITinWCSlar deposit morey la hank tin
lUOUlimOjiciitloJi is secured, or pay out
ot salary after graduating. Ester any time.
DRAUGHON'h.
PRAOTICAL
BUSINESS-
Emlllr Bldc Cor. Oth and Olive St.,
St. Laols. Atlaata, ahvllle,
yioatsomery. Little Hock, Galveston,
Kf. Worth (Catalogue free.) Shreveport.
ScbocJ of national reDutatlun for thorouzhaes
and reliability Icdcrsed by buslce-s men. f
jif.uic hu7. uueiniii,n, iiuii uj mu.
ror iw p. college c
Study, ad. Depu W
LouK Mo.
For Zri rj. Collece catalcrue. or 101 n. en Horn
..-. unu'noa s (College, bt. I
fa
iflTeClBrrorx.lqnr OJriaKlDC 3lrphls mad thtAJu-w
TTalnx qrtbnltt Tlact jm Clcartt fufdlctloam.
The pole reaches to a point 230 feet above
ground. Herman Kebler of No. S3K Water
street and Louis Boemer of No. 117 East
Elwood street, employes of the ileyr
Brcs. Safe Moving and Heavy Hauling
I Brcs. Safe Moving
1 Company, climbed
tio gearing.
to the top and adjusted .
AUCTinMPtrRs.
A. L SEUiiM g CO.,
Auction and Storage.
Regnlaralo every Saturday at wareboms
tnd general r licet I'ft-Iij-I2 Chouteau urn
, -aIes la residences a specialty. I'Lone Klaloch
l. 4U.
WESTERN SALVAGE
WRECKING AGEPJCY.
Samuel Gans. Manager. TM and Tis Wahlnx
ton are. Auction salM of -.a.va'o merchan
dise. Watch for spectai not'ci-t
A. A.ELhlltX. Aaetlonoor.
1808-10-12 CHOUTEAU AVE.
REGULAR SATURDAY SALE
At our salesroom every Saturday mcrnlng at
MSI o'clock. In the tt.l'j iles ve dlpis of
tmmens quantl e of llir: turr. t anti, Stovea
and other mlscellasei us good ard a: tides. Our
location Is central asd the attenlatx cf buyr
ssry satisfactory.
A. A. SELKIRK & CO.
AMUSE.MENTS.
F0S HieiiLAND
THE BIG PLACE ON THE HILL.
GOME AND LOOP THE LOOP.
TWO PERFOBHAHCES DAILY, Rain or Shins.
FALKE AND SEMON,
PREMIER MUSICAL COMEDIANa
First Appearance Since Their London En
gagement. LITTLE AND PRITZKOW,
COMEDIANS.
LEW SULLY.
Ef HJ3 rXIJIITABLB ilON'OLOGTJB.
JOSIE DE WITT.
VOCALIST AXD 10LINIST.
GEORGE JONES,
PHENOMENAL. BARYTONE.
Assisted by Chorti of M Voices In "Soas
Sheet."
And THE POPULAR PONY BALLET,
IN NET.' SONGS AND DANCES.
Admliilou to Gronoili 1'ree.
Pavilion 10c and 2Xc.
Reserved Seats. COo.
Another Big All-Star Show,
Beglnninr Wltri To-Day's natlnee.
BILLY VAN.
The Merry Minstrel Man.
HUGH STANTON AHD
FLORENCE MODENA,
In Their Modem Satire. "For Reform.'
J-SSIE GGUTHQUi,
Clover Monologue Artiste.
WINGHERMAN'S B.ARS.
Great Trained Animal Shovr.
5 - THE NOSSES - 5
Entertaining Instrumentalists.
Orchestra concerts at 7 and 10:15 every
night. Electric Fountain. Caesar's Cafe,
Scenic Railway, etc. Admission to grounds
free. Matinee dally.
D
BEAUTIFUL
R
JZIJLiJXLjS.
To-N!ght JUL Bat. Mat. JC9.
FRA DIAVOLO.
Eis-llrat Cast of Prlndrals. Socdal Scsrli
investment. Am
ccnls Railway.
Augrrenteil Orchestra. 23 Musldaaa.
isv. ma Miu nei. atseuisccaa.
iMsr Mlssray Attractions. Reetaurant In th
Delmar CatUre. Ben4 Concert dally rxcpt8ate
nrday Reserved seat at C A A. R. R. ofns.
Sunday nl.ht. Jaly 12. By special anangoment
itlta AcgzsUn Dally estate, fcr cn week. )
A. RUNAUAY GIRL.
TAKE ANT CAR.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
BASEBALL TO-DAY
GRAND AND SULLIVAN. 4
BROWNS vs, DETROIT,
3CTDAT G.4JIES START AT 3ll.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
BASEBALL TO-DAY
LEAGUE PARK
Si. Louis vs. Hew York.
Game starts at 3:00 P. M.
Journeymen Plumbers' Picnic
Fostpoa-d to July 13, a.t
Ramon Park: boating. flsMar asd athletl
Smes: dasclcg from liio to 113. Prises for
events.
uhrig's:
OAV13.
Evenines, 25 50c
Sit lii S3S. litL, 25c.
Attraction To-Day and All This tTeek.
nay Howarrfill Frtico Sir. W Burlesques
VaudevIlIcA lArt Hoses (Orchestras
New Songs New StorleslNew .Scenes
New Olrts Jltw Farceurslltw Costumes
Larger, Longer. Better Show and Vloro
for the. Money Tnan Any Other In S t. Louis.
Creve Coeur Lake.
BROS. SONCRANT
CXICTCLE EXPEItTS.
ACROBATS PAIt EICELLEMCB.
Grand Sandny Concert. So Charxe.
KOERNER'S.
FIFTH BIG WEEK. com. Sun, JULY O.
XtXC?3BCK.0F.ID XXX.
BUnLER-KEMBLE-RISINO
TVORLL.S KAMI STO'K CUill'AXT.
Evenlnia s to Mat Wet ami at Id.
Pavilion Protected. Rata er Shine.
Jiext Atuactljn Antony and qCDatra.
MANNION'S PARK.
The Summer name of Reared YaudrrW.
tVorld and Hastings Tom Mack.
Matinee Sunday, 'Wedncday. Saturday.
T-i TLrjcgh Se.th Broadway Car.
HASHAOEN'S PARK
CIUD A.XI) MHILtMEC ST.
Ccnry Island ot I he VTejt. Shoot the Chutes;
Vaudeville, large new Dancing I'avillon: Balloon
Ascensiocs: uuman tannon uaiu
Every nlghu
3
S34 Hours to
C2NCINNAT1
LOUISVILLE.
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jB.&e. s-w.
TRAILS LEAVEt
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9:00 A.M. 8:05 P.M. 2:05 A. H.
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TICKET OFFICES!
eth and Olive mail Union Station.
SU3UBBAH.
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