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THE EEPUBLIC: MONDAY, JULY 7, 1902.
New York Journal
Thu Sutcday Republic
will, beginning- next
Sundaj-, publish simul
Tub Journal the
famous funny story pic
tures known under the
general titles as
n Alphonse and
GasiGS! By F. Opper.
The display of Summer Goods at Ban's
cannot fail to meet the fancy of the critical
and economical buyer. The fabrics this sea
eon are delightful In design, and nowhere
ore they offered In uch assortment as at
Missouri's Orntet Siore.
Injured In Autn Accident.
Hot Springs. Ark . July C. Charles Rocka
fellow. a prominent bathhouse anil hotel
man. wa probably fatally injured to-night
In an autorrn blie accident several mile.- .-ast
of the ciiy. Mr Itorkafcllow wa- lmrn
and reared In Hot Piirl:-c;s. Jind 1 one of Its
most prominent and wealthy citizens and
Weildllii: Kin;; (Solid Cold).
Finest qualities. $u to I. llermod & Jac
card'3. Uroadnay and Locust.
Torpedo lliplodril In Her Mouth.
lirlle. 111.. July 6. A torpedo exploded
Jn t .e mouth of the 5-yvur-old daughter 01
lJan Dodfon In this city. Her llpn were
V-ut and f-everal teeth were looened. The
hlld was cht-wiiiR on the tcrpedo when the
fx;uolon took place.
I'KIi:sTi:it Cnft- nnd Ite.laurnnt.
Klt-sant .-frvlfe. popular prices. 30i-301
When I Crop Dniiinsed.
Ilardin. Ill . July C Close Investigation
has developed the fact that the damage to
the immense wheat crop In Calhoun Coun
ty by Uie reci nt heavy rains trill not ex
ceed 13 per cent. The wheat thus fnr
thrashed lias averaged from thirty to forty
bushel:! per acre.
Street Fair at Cnrtervllle.
nnri'm-u" spk ial.
Cartervllle. IiL. July 6 A six-day street
fair and carnival begins here to-morrow.
Mississippi Valley Trust
Loans Made on Citv Utal Estate
nnd High-Cirade Securities.
YOUNG On Sunday. July . 1902 to the Hei tr
end and Mrs. A. T. 1'oung. of No. 1M1 Hlck
ory meet. a. girl.
UltKNNAN FiKJd.nly. on Saturdiv. Julv s
39. illchad Urrunan. bicn-l Husband of Julia
Urrnnan mee Cabill) and fataer of ilajmr
J-uneral from residence. Na 3781 Hickory street,
Tueedaj. July s. at t-JUt o'clock, to HL Crenan'
Chunk, thence to canary leauter. Friends
Inmed to attend.
deceased m member of I'boealx lodge So
4.. A. O. U. V.
HAN'LEV-On !undy. July e. lWi. at :J)
oclock a. m.. ITdmond F.. beloved son of Pat
rick fc- and Bnogtt C. Hanley inte O Neill).
aetrU 4 months.
The funeral will take place to-day (Monday
at 3 o'clock, p. m. from family residence. No.
3918 121am, avenue, to Caliarv- Oenielery.
JACOBS On Friday evening. Jul) . y. 11
p m.. A. rrcdricK Jacobs, below J hualand of
boDhle Jacot (nte Urahn). at the age of i. vean
ana tr months
Kuneiai from residence. No. 2J17
street. Mondav. July 7. at 2 p. m.
other wipers p.ease ccpy.
McDOWELL--On Sunday. July s. lSi at 2 a
nt.. Mrs. Sarah J. iictoeiI. aged 77 )ears It)
months and i dais, wluovv of ttie lata Wta. .11 c
Dowell and mother of Mr. Ella. McDowell
lmkman and K. L. MiDonJl
Funerl trom famit residence. No. 71CJ Lan
ham avenue. Xuciday. July h, at IJO p. in. in
terment la BllefoBtaln Cemetery. Friends and
relatives ore invited to Attend.
New Orleans. La-, and Los Angeles, CaL. pa
per please copv.
aiOTZ-On Sunday. Juiv S. ls:i t c-sr. ,
alter a abort liinee.. J. 1L iloti. beiov'td husband
vl irfui. i. jji uitc oioewtnerj ana our ai
tectlonte tathtr. Kranoithtr and brother, at
vim ae of to jeaia m.-nib a. d ii dajs.
Kuneial will take place Tueida. Juiv f. at I p
Ei.. trim lanilly retiaence. No. ill l.ayette 4ve
nue. to Holy Cross Cnurcn. corner Ob.o avenua
and Miami street, thence tu CoairordU. Cemetery.
Friends and relatives invited ta attend.
NOONET On Sunday. July 6. 1902. at 1
o'clock a. in.. Bndret beloved velfe of John
and mother or Officer John A.. Thomas P. ant
Mrs. Stephen Cady (nes Nooijj-), axed 61 years.
Tne funeral will lake place Tuesday, the sth
Inst, at 8:53 o'clock a. m. from family residence.
No. S1I Brooklyn street, o St. Michael's Church;
thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends ar In
vited to attend.
RODOERS f?unday. July & 19CS, at 4 a. m..
Margaret, beloved sister of John. Patrick and
Elizabeth llodgers and Mrs. Michael McDer
mott and Mis. John Walsh.
Funeral from the residence of her sister, Mrs.
John Walsh. No. ISIS Uernard street. Tuesday,
July S. IKS. at i-M a. m. to St.Malacby'a Church,
thence to Calvary Cemetery.
HIIALI-KR On Sunday. July 6. IS 02. at 7:M a,
m.. J. Henr" Shaller. infant son of Harry J.
and Marie Ruth Shaller (nee Tore), aged i
months and days.
STEWART At Plttsbom. Pa., at 7:44 a. m..
July 5. IXC James Stevart of No. 4019 West
Belie place, this city, aaed U years and Is
Temporary Interment will be made at Home
wood Cemetery. PittsburK. at 10 a. m.. Monday,
WILET On Sunday. July . 1801. it J J.O,
Harry T. Wiley, aged 27 years and S months, be
loved hushanl of Mrs. H. T. Wiley (nee Isabella
Schober). son of S. P. Wiley, son-in-law of E. S.
and Anna M. Schober. Leaves widow and one
child of 1 months.
Funeral will take place from family residence.
No. C10 Cherokee street. Tuesday. July I. at 3
The deceased iras a member of Paraxon lodge.
Bo. . K. of P.
BABY AT A BONFIRE
ENVELOPED IN FLAME
Three-Year-Old Victor Vendova
Sustained Injuries Which
May Trove Fata!.
SISTER'S APRON SAVED EYES.
Miss Vendova, Holding Iioy's Head
With One Ann, Tore Illaz-
ing Clothes From Him
Uirl ISadlv Burned.
Victor Vendova, 3 years old, son of Mr.
and llrs. Jacob Vendova, of No. 109 South
Thirteenth street, was j-o seriously burned
about the chest and arms yesterday morn
ing while playing around a bonfire with
his older brother and companions that the
child's recovery Is doubtful.
Theresa Vendova. 2u years old. sister of
the little JVlIow. was painfully burned on
this arms and hands while tearlnu the burn
ing cloUilns from her Imby brother. The
baby's body was burned from th knee
to the chest and (hi arms were bllstoml.
Iouls Vcndoa. I vears oll. was wli his
7x:'- -?vm l.
lv -5r Ir
Three-yar-oId son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
.Vendova. whu was erioufly burned while
plaving around a bonfire.
younser brother when the accident oc
curred. The brothers and other children In
the neighborhood were playing: In the
vacant lot which adjoins their house, op
posite the City Hall I'atk. There was a
pilo of rubbish in the lot and Louis Ven
dova applied a match to It.
The two brother.- and the other children
were runuins around the lire. Victor ran
too near the bl.ize and his clothing caught
Thi children screamed and their cries at
tracted the attention of Theresa Vendova
and Mary Bianchi, who were in the City
When Theresa looked up. bhe saw her
baby brother enveloped In a mass of flames.
Running across the street, the grabbed the
child and with her apron covered the face,
to protect the ee. She then tore the
burning garments from its body. In so
dclne. fchts was. burned on the arms and
Kted Bianchi. an uncle of the child,
ri ached the ecene and taking the boy from
hl iister ran as fast ui he.could to the
City Dl-pensary. Temporary' relief was ad
ministered and the child then sent to the
City Hopltal. Later In the day the little
fellow was. taken to his home by his
parent. Theresa's burns were drehsed at
tile City L'lspeiiaai). Acj mc Mui. wwt,-
"I knew somethlnc terrible had happened
when I heard all the children screamlnc."
said Theresa Vendova. "I was reading a
paper with my aunt and when 1 looked up,
my brother seemed a miss of flames. We
ran across the street. I saw the flames
had not reached his head and my first
thoughts were to protect his eyes. This I
did by covering them with my apron. How
I managed to hold him, protect his eyes and
alKO tear the clothes off, 1 do not know,
Illinois Central New Orleans limited for
Cairo. Memphis and Dixie Flyer for Nash
ville. Auanta and Jacksonville, commencU-g
Juno 6, will leave St. Louis Union Station
at 10'W p m., Instead of lOUi p. ra.. aa
COMMERCE S INCREASING.
Report on Relations Between
America and Xew l'os-sessious.
Washington. July 6. Commerce between
th United States and their newly acquired
territory is growing with remarkable ra
pidity. In 1S37, the year preceding 'that In
which Porto Hlco. Hawaii and the Philip
pines came under the American flag, th
shipments to thosw Islands were, according
to the figures of the Treasury Bureau of
Statistics. 6.773.S00. In HfcA they were over
JW.OjO.OjO and in the fiscal year Just ended
they will be, according to th: best figures
that the Bureau of Statistics can obtain,
To this may be added the estimate of tlS.
Xp)au of Hhipments to Alaska in the last
year. This would bring the total sales ol
American goods In the noncontiguous ter
ritory of tho United States up to about
JJOtXfl.O'X) in the last tiecal year, against
about JlO.frJ0.liuu In that territory In 1IS7.
Considering the fieures In detail, the
Bureau of Statistics finds that the exports
from the United States to Porto ltlco.
which were, in 1S37. J1.VSSS8. in ! were
11,619,40; In IWL J4.S5LS17. and as they were
S3.Kil.000 In the eleven months ending with
May. it Is safe to awmme that the figures
for the fiscal year will snow a total of over
Jlu.Ow.tiQO of ahlpments to Porto ltlco. for
the year ending June 30. 1902.
To Hawaii the exports In the ducal year
1S97 were J1.CV.075; by 1K they had reached
J3.305.470; In 1&00 JIX.VO.HS. Subsequent to
that time the statistics of shipments to
Hawaii are based upon estimates suplied by
Collectors of Customs at Frisco and Hon
olulu and ore placoJ at ).(XO.OtW as a con
To the Philippines the exporta In 1S37 were
S94.537; in 1339 they were J401.1S3: In I. .
W0.413; in 1S01, tl.027.Oil and In the full fiscal
year 1KC will !e fuly Jo.OCO.OOO.
To Alaska the shipments In 1S31 were, ac
cording to the best figures that the Bureau
of Statistics has been able to obtain. J3.j;i.
000 and for the calendar year 1ML J13.S00.OX).
For the fiscal year just ended they will
probably bo J15.OuO.00): bringing the total
shipments from th United States to It9
noncontiguous territory up to J50.0o0.O0u.
BODY FOUND IN THE RIVER.
Discovered by William Henicker at
Foot of Market Street.
The body of an unidentified man was
found floating in the river at the foot of
Market street yesterday morning by Wil
liam Renicker. The body had apparently
been In the river several days. It was
taken to the morgue.
The man was about 0 years old. He
wore a suit of black cheviot and a plnk
sliiped shirt. The Initials "S. C H." we:e
on the man's collar. A pair of eyeglarses
w ere found In bis vest pocket.
Killed 1y Sunstroke.
Catlettsburg. Ky., July . Alexander
Tost, Chief of Police here, died to-day
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
T.18 Kind You Haia Alwajs Bought
v. r- JlJ
Wi Hot in 11 i ffl ii PiircBase gjBwl
yJiUUllsfi 4 " e can make you this saving for our srTTftrn I
C SfQ jTjT5?Wpf2ivjH I entire product (our own manufacture, TOtTJ i
SElF lJ000f:KT$82,'J 1 mad- in our factory at Columbus. luTrtHs D
sgjflMJUp Jj'J'lTlj V Ohio) is sold direct to the consumer at . jy , WljlJmlMj i
CMiMW. 'y WfinToopfD DriPDO M-Jr I
jjfflHfiW,j iiiUltibdld rflOub p
W,sJt! !. VT ,n dealJn9 with us there is no iSvl'fei' -4
jvf jy Z Sjr'' Jr middleman's profit to pay. V V VWSI
Firt-cla in every detail and all the Iatrt improrcnienK. 1. e.
Self Oiling Aile. Kubber Head Spring. Bradlev Shaft Couplings,
etc. etc. Guaranteed as good as sold Lv others at r).l.' more.
No. 246 Single Slrap Driving Harness. Price. $1 1.90.
Made with good heavy Straps thtoughout. All -1.x L. fit.l nnality
Oak Leather. In every way as good or '.ctlrr than sold by middlemen
i or fouu to i$-w more.
ssS sssH IsssssBHi issssssssssssssT assssPsK F
Enjoy an Observation, Cafe, Parlor or Luxurious
Chair Car Cooled by Electric Fans En Route.
VERY LOW VAGAT!0?J RATES.,
Ticket Office, - - Eighth and Olive Sts.
Pennsylvania Railroad Plans Ex
penditure of That Amount in
Next Three Years.
It la now announced that the Pennsyl
vania will expend more than JllO.oXMxo in
lmcrovements In the next three year. The
Pennsylvania. Is the biggest and richest sys
tem of railroads in the world, and that
amount of money ought to put it In superb
Some claims are made for the Pennsyl
vania that seem almost Incredible. Tet of
ficial statements Wsued by the company
show that they mut be true. The New
York Commercial, a reliable lradlns finan
cial paper, recently stated that the Penn
sylvania leads all railroads.
It Is claimed for this .-ystem that It han
dles 2b per cent of the country's freight, in
1C0O the company's ndleage tvas 3JT. It In
creased to lD.Vw miles in 1901. This total
shows about S per cent of the mileage of the
United elates. Uesldes. In speaking of the
Pennsylvania's mileage, many tnousand
miles of road under the Pennsylvania s con
tiul are also Included. This additional
mileage bring the. total to almost aist
The Jould Morgan and Harriman line
and the J. J. Hill "merger" roads follow
in close order. - . .
The Pennsylvania Is represented in St.
Louis by the Vandalla.
OrtOWTII IX CAlt IIUILOIXO.
Demand for HoIIIdr Stock C renter
Some conception of the growth of the in
dustries allied to and dependent upon the
operation of the railroad systems of tho
country can be obtained by a Ftudy of the
statistics of xteam railroad cur building.
From ls to 1K"J the number of establish
ments engaged in the manufacture ot cars
decreased from 130 to sixty-five.
This decrease in the number of factories;
however, was during the same period ac
companied by an Increase in the capital In
vested and the value of" the product of &&
er cent and 2SJ per cent respectively. The
gures given by the United States Census
Cince of the capitalization, value of product
and wages paid by the 1.3il establishments
engaged In the construction and repair of
cam show that the yearly business has
grown to be immense
For the census year the Industries named
with a capital Invested of I5J7.M4.12; cm
ployed S70.U6 wage earners and the product
for the year was valued at J3uS,7s.t.;. The
wcges paid to workmen amounted to J1U.
H?,t23. and there were employed about tne
establishments clerks, officials and others
who received J7.7tS,37S.
An expenditure cf nearly JlTS.fcM.OM for
material was necessary to sunnlv these es
tablishments, and nearly J10.CuJ.im) more was I
used for miscellaneous expenses.
The demand for cars and for engines was
never more urgent In the history of the
railroads of the country than it Is at pres
ent. On all ot the larger systems and on
most of the smaller lines of road new mo
tive yower. -freight and passenger cars are
rapidly being put into service.
rnnt,Al nf the C. Si T! I. n Mtr tf
Interesting; Speculation. i
Carbondale, 111.. July 6. Vice President
Russell Harding of the Iron Mountain Rail
road and a party of friends Including other
officials' of the Missouri Pacific and Iron
Mountain system were at Thebes at the
beginning of work oa the bridge which Is
to span the Mississippi River near that
point. Their presence and the Interest tak-
en In all that pertains to the terminal?
about to re constructed lend additional
force to the rumors that the Uould Inter
ests will control the bridge and secute the
control of the Chicago and Eastern Illi
nois. Rumors' are still current that the Illinois
Central will secure the Chicago and East
ern Illinois, despite the denials from New
York. An official who claim to know
states that options are already secured
that Insure the successful completion of the
No doubt exists that a great fight is
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goods all kinds. Uy means of the
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CARRIAGE & HARNESS CO.
Olive Street, Cor. 19th
ST. LOUIS, M0.
FOLLOW THE FLAG."
To Northern and
on for control of -Southern freight. Under
all conditions the natural trend of eventH
would bear out the statements of thu
Illinois Centra!. Chicago and Eastern Illi
Should the Gould Interest secure the C.
A- E. I . the Illinois "entral nould have a
competing line from the Oulf board to both
t-h.cag.. and St. IuLs. Should the Harrl
jnan tropic -.-,-ure the C. & E. I., the possi
bility of comiivtiiiim uould be eliminated.
lCIIBA.si:ii COST I'KIt DIEM.
Aery )nt-iii (;itt-N Kiiipluyment to
llurr Jlrn Tlinn Old.
Some of the expected dllilculties of the
per diem s-yrtem have already arisen,
though it ha only been In operation since
the first of the month. It was the general
expectation of the linen adopting this per
Hem ryst'in that it would make the keep
ing if otr accounts much simpler and re
quire fewer eaiplocs. it requires more em
ployes. From complaints that have begun to bo
made this dx-s not st m to Le true In some
case, at Irast. From one of the Western
cities the rutim it. made that. Instead of
bvinc able to redu-N- the number of clerks
i-mpli(-d in the car service ufilces. It is
necessary to increase the number by a verj
'in(UrHlIe proportion. Though there H
J MVltis in the !m.ill item or clerk hlr.
he friends of the new rystem are itatlslicl
that the laruar ivin; In the prevention of
de,Ms In rrturnlnt; the tars will more than
ct.n;pt.-ii!-ale fr this.
The new pvr diem car system adopted by
the -American ltallway Association Mubsti
luied lor the plan or paying for tho use of
a foreign cominy's car at the rate or six
tmtiis .ir n cent per mile the plan of pay
ing : r-nt per day for the time such car
l usf-d or held away from the owning com
Alton Impruvt-meiitK Completed.
The Chicago and Alton now announces
that It ha. completed tho most of Its Im
provements begun several years ago. The
line has Iwen entirely rebuilt and complete
ly re-eiulpped. The roadbed has been re-lalla.t(-il
with rock. New sti'el rails and
niw ties of the heaviest kind have been
laid. Curves and grades have beer, reduced
or eliminated. The old wooden bridges have
giv-n nay to structures of masonry and
ale!. All emplojcs are now required to
Vac"! mental and ph) steal examinations.
The road s hrrlng capacity has been more
than doubled, new and farter trains have
lren put In service, and traffic is protected
by an labomt" ytstem of safety slgirats
The management hat Just decided that ev
ery known improvemtnt In the railway
world shall be adopted as tests show that
the Improvement are worthy of adoption.
Thronuh I'rUro Mrrper Service.
Th- Frisco Syttem i-nerday Inaugurated
through sleeping-car ervMe from SL Louis
to Oklahoma City. iK-fartlng from St. Louis
on the "H'leor"" at 239 p. m. dally and ar
riving at Oklahoma City at 730 the follow
ing morning. Th.s service will he of much
convenience to the citizens of St. uuis and
to the traveling public using the Frisco
and this gateway to the West and Eouth-
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Via Southern !Uiilw.i. Olhie. lis Ouve
CnthoIIc Summer School.
Platteburg. N. Y.. July 6. The eleventh
annual M-sslon of the Catholic Summer
Scl.col of America at CliQhuven. on Lake
Champialn. opened to-day with the arrival
of a large party from New York City. In
cluding the Reverend Michael J. Lavelle.
piealdent cf the chool.
An Informal recption was held this even
ing, at which a i-hori speech waa made by
Father Uivelle. The regular sessions of
the school begin to-morrow, the leciurxrs
&"" this week lielriB Thomas A. Mullen. A.
B.. of Harvard University, and Jameii A.
Rooney, one of the editors or the Urooklvn
Illinois Central New Orleans limited for
Cairo. Memphis and Dixie Flyer for Nash
ville. Atlanta and Jacksonville, commencing
Jun5,.S. w,n Ieav,e 8L Voula Union Station
at waa p. m.. instead of 13:13 p. m.. as
Knakaakla River Still Rising.
Carlyle. IIU Julv t The water In the
Kapkaskla River is mill climbing up th
gauge. During the past forty-eight hours
the rise has been three Inches. Kanaers
who have corn In the bottom lands have
almostpiven up hope of saving any of the
crop. The water has already caused dam
ages amounting to thousands of dollars. v
3 jj3&a3 8T
WHITE AHD GREEN MOUNTAINS
And all New England Seashore Kcsorts reached
qulrLly by way New York City
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f-CAi Tl I k,rk Highway
1 J J I Ttll rill srtinlirt wk M sriU.
HORSE JUMPED THIRTY FEET.
Was Uninjured, Though Cartload
of Sand Accompanied II im.
Trenton. N J . July . An old gray horse,
belonging to former Sheriff Benjamin Wal
ton owner of a brick manufactory here,
has' established a rather remarkable record
for lumping In harness.
The animal, while at work hauling sand,
made a leap from the second story of a
building that Is being erected at the brick
plant, and landed on the ground, some
thirty feet below, with no more serious In
jury than the breaking of the harness. The
horse became frightened at tho nolwe or a
steam whistle, and this caused the fll;ht
through the air. The cart. loaded with
sand to which the animal was hitched, ac
companied the nag In its aerial Journey.
FEAR TROUBLE WITH INDIANS.
licdmcn Kesent Violation of the
Ardmore. I. T- Julr - Grave trouble be
tween cattlemen and Indians In the Choc
taw Nation Is feared because of the killing
during the p.st wsik of nearly 409 bead of
cattle, supposably by the Indians.
The trouble arises In the violation by the
X ''l J Wf Vv rv i?
No. 5005 Bike Gear Runabout. Price. $49.95.
The latest thing in the way of a Runabout and in every particular
up-to-date. Has Self Oiling Axles. Kubber Head Spring, Bradley
Shaft Couplings. Bailey Body Loops, etc, etc
No. 3076 Buggy. Price. $49.75.
Will furnish with eitherArched or Dropped Axles. Note the good
points Self Oiling Axles. Improred Brewster Fifth Wheel, Rubber
Head Springs, Bradley Shaft Couplings, Bailey Body Loops, etc, etc
Guaranteed as good is every way as sold by other for V5M more.
STOCKTON HOTEL glf&Si
I.OO) (ft ocan front. 1-1 mile spacious perch.
All corrldcr It ft lde; lobby KHM: baflroon:
MU. Orchestra It pieces. Every roodtm com
fort and facility SMltes with private bsth. Ratss.
J1S to JJJ or week. Reduction durlnx July. SMts
fir Uol:.t IIUKACG iL JCAKE.
AIk IlotsI KormanJIe. WaJhlntton. D. C
Oldest Aid Urret
Ml if tr aVutl
Ctitrtl WtiL 1
,nv- v.iv .....i . "-- .7,7,, ,7
Jjecirie cars i" .-5i.sn.
1. .. ... A-.n.. - T.-
r. procresslve ucaity. v eu eqnippsa isroreuuy iwbcwiwwb, amc
f UnlTersItT irsdastrs. A modern Conserratory of aloale. Art, aad Bo
Ed. W. White, rm. BoMit r. CCOE. a. Jlars.
AND CONSERVATORY FOR LADIES
.nnH !. tirallt1at m. IK BAT
Prtb, 5 College Place. MEXICO, MO.
Fr ktrs ts
IS yean !,
Ward Seminar ';r,'C
37UIJMrb(lBa!pt.S. LMsrarr Cswsss, Mwls, Art.
ElantlM. CwtmsaUM to W.Ui!T, BsltiMsn won.
sa's colist. rscsitr. so. Mils sad ! sitoais.
yor 0sls4 S stlim J. O. BLAHTCa, LUDBss 4-.
nillUirtTD Mil I MILITARY
liuaktr Hill. IIL
No btitr home and school for
any Coy at any price. Colics an4 buslnsss prsp
arotlon. Writs to CeL S. Lv Stiver. A. XL. Ph. IX
Hosmer Hall duAl
A Day and Boarding School for Girls
i'tfllf s vrvparsiUa a I!tv. Osrttasata adalu
to bl coIIssm. Opo S.M. 3.13C2.
Aiinf Ulltll. 11. atATIIC WS, rriaetysL
1-TT SSlT- . T.r-ailaaa.
and ueimar EL
cattlemen of the law providing that r.on
cltlztns of the nation shall have no more
than ten head of cattle apiece. It la assert
ed that the cattle owners have violated the
law with Impunity and aroused the hostili
ty of the Indians.
VISITORS AT ST. LOUIS HOTELS.
K- F. Hayden of Topeka Is stopping at
the Southern. r "
Among the guests at the Llndell Is B
Wilson ot MadisonvlIIe. Ky.
-H. W. Currey of Webb City. JIo.. U a.
guest at the Planters.
Charles W. Warne of New York is reg
istered at the St. Nicholas. K
-Leona Thurber of Chicago spent yester
day at the Southern.
. Mrs. and Mr. J. M. McLemore of Ever
ton, ila, are at the Lindell.
Among the arrivals at the Planters yes
terday was Harry Tamblyn of Joplln. Mo.
John A. Campbell of Detroit Is vlsltlnr
c--. U; lUT ot Carrollton. Ill, Is at the I
St. Nicholas. '
L. H. Wells of Racine. Wis., is a guest
E. R. Baker of Chicago arrived at the
.J. W". Malloy of Kansas Cltr la among
the guests at the .Planters. s
'W. Krehmeyer of New Torlc Is at i
A. A. SELKiP.g S 00
Auction and Storage.
He?ularale every Saturday at varehou
and general offico. 10-10-1- Chouteau avo.
rales In residences a specialty. Phone Klniooa
Samuel Gan. Slanascr. Ill and "13 Washing
ton itf. Auction sales of salvage mtrchaa
dbe. Watch for special r.otlci.
A A EU-.n:C. Anctloncer.
st. i.oi' iv cv iLirMiti: kiij.
HAMULAN'S PAHK, Laclede a:d Grand ires.
Advance sale Ilollman's 1I2 ; u-.t.l Z p. in.
AX ALI. SEW STAIt 1'KOCII.IM.
El'Jy Van, Vlnci.nimn s i a: n a-t Iltma
Ftanton ana Floreno Modtna. J ss:e iiuthoul.
jvo Nasses. ;c
Adnilst n to Gr unds Free.
SAT. L. SIATS-2
Mir Howard Al Fresco Nlfhts Durlcsan'S
VauJeTlIles One-Act Farces Art I"cses )rche
tra Concerts A Ijirsrr. Lunger, Iletter
Shoir and Jlore for the .Muney Than
Any Other In St. Lonii.
IG PLACP OX THE HILL. '
THE BIG FLACF; OX THE IIILU
"COME IHD LOOP THE LOOP"
Two pvrformarces da'lv. rain or shine.
Admlsslua t grcunrts fire. PavhiCn l?o and
25e. Ites-rved s.ats. c
Nxt W-k Nat Wills. Lockhsrfa EltrSants.
Other UIk Acta.
Every Nirht at i :-. y t 2 ?.
Seeme Rillway. OM Mill WI-eI S'ep:cha,e.
N-w Midway, lland Concerts daily except Satur
day iltstaurant In -utadC llsen-! seats at
C A A. R R. Special. Sunday. July U "A
RUNAWAY OIKt.. '
TO MONTESANO AND
N. M. G.
Str. City of Provldfnce will Irave Sunday at
S: and J33: Tutsdy. 9J; Wednesday groat
sham tattle S:S) and S-SH: Thnrsday and P'r Jay.
S30; Saturday nu-'plcvs Training Sobo 13 r m
Round Ulp (excipt taturdjy). Sc. children half
price. Music by First RJiant Rind and Vol!
rath'a O.-ltitra. Kxcellent luaeh and cafe serr
Ifa. NATIONAL LEAGUE
Sf, Louis vs. Boston.
Game starts at 3:45 P. ir.
DELMAR RAGE TRACK,
Commencing at 2:30 P. M.
Adiiiljslc-, IieliiylBg Grand Stind, $1.03.
DELMAR. JOCKEY CLUB.
XS xsicrcsiea sua icnua im.
sboat the if ondtrfal
MaRVEL Whirfing Spray
Ue'KtfiiVkl TtenawTHtaUrtaf. jc-
WM BJM. tf .-,H7n. itt. -
ess am conreDisnx.
u n..sw i.ms.1
ir he cannot supply tb ,SAWr '!)
otlxr.lnt send stamp for u- V,
tmtrau.1 book-Ml.It CtVM f
rail psrUralars and Ute-Uon tn
TslnablstaUdlas. 9IARKI. CO..
ItuanZls TlMlBsf)eii York.
Kur sale by:
WoIff-WIIn Drug Co.. 5SI Washlnirton avsi.
Juila A Doiph. sts Olive st.
Raboteau & Co.. Broadway and Lucas are.
Do You Ever
stop to .consider the
present efflcisacy of the
comMred with what it
was before thc"PQSTAL" A
entered the Held? w
VTILLIAM P. H0ME3. H. J. DrEKNEIT5.
EHTAnLISHEO IN 1J4.
HISSOIRI .STATU 3ILTLAL KIRE A.5D
JIAniNE INSL'RA.XCK COMPANY.
OSes. :i- TIT Chestnut St.. St. Lculs. Vo.
TaL Belt Main rTIA, TL Klnlt-ch A 103. .
Policies ars written oa either stocJc or mutual pUa
Hcarr C. ITaaratlck. J 11- C. Lucas.
si. R. OrtfaKsin. D. D. Walker.
Aurusus Mft-i.rhut. js. W. DU.
Wm. T. Hornw.
3 Daily Trains via
VANDALII - PENNSYLVANIA.
Leave- St. I.onls 8:M A. M., lOO T.3U
11:35 r. 31.
Ticket Office, 7th & Olive.
Promote Digestion Cure Dyspepsia.
Feels Like a New Man.
Since taking EUTEPSIA TABLETS I
feel like a new man. I have tried every
known remedy without effect, and am
convinced that EUPEPSIA TABLETS
are the best medicine for Jyspepsla. I
can cheerfully recommend them.
T. P. McALLISTSR.
5729 Manchester Ave.. St. Louis.
Two weeks' treatment at yeur drusglst's or di
rect tor y cents. A treause on Stomach Trou-.cJ
and thrfe days' treatment mailed fne.
Yonr money back If they full.
KL'I'KFMA C11EJIICAL CO.,
SSZ Clark Ave. St. Louts.
FELL FItOM lIAMJC.VIt I'laquolo
Marguorello. tl years old. of ,Xo. 3w' South
Third street, a section hand, employed by
the Illinois Central Railroad, was seriously
Injured near Ashley. IIL. .yesterday morn
ing, and Is now at the City Hospital, suf
fering from cuts on the body and head.
While riding- on a handcar he slipped and
fell beneath the wheels, the machine pass
ing over his body.
Woman Gored to Death.
Guthrie. Ok.. July 6. Miss Jennie Harri
son was gored to death In Odemah. Greer
County, to-day. The animal knocked her
dawn and ras Its horns through tcr feed.
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