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THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY, JULY 7, 1902."
BOOHS FOR RRXT.
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ALL parties looking for nice single rooms. JL23
wetlc up. can find desirable accommodations at
White House, southwest corntr Ninth and Pine.
BP.OADWAT. 105 and 157 N- At "The R-st."
twenty rooms. 3c: ten rocma. Sic: ten rooms. ;
CASS Ave,.- 2511 Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping: bath. gas and laundry.
CHESTNUT St.. ia Furnished front room: Ji
week tip; also connecting rooms: very reasonable;
fas and bath: qqlet and reputable
r-wp-rrjTrr t let Fcmlehed front rooms:
tl 60 week up: gas. bath, hot and cold water; only
Ittro blocks from Union Station, quiet and repu
CHOUTEAU Ave. 1312 Xlce. lljrht roo.ns.
with closts; furnished for light housekeeping:
second floor; 11.75
CHOUTEAU Ave.. 1123 Xleely furnished rooms i
with gas and bath: rooms light and cool: rent ,
CJOUTEAU Ave.. SCJ Large seuthern-exrxned
room, also frent room: two clothes closets: hatn,
for gentlemen. Jl per teek each an J ap.
COOK Ave . 243S Nicely furnished second-story
front room, gentlemen.
OOOK Aw. 297 Large, airy, furnished room;
flr-tslcsss meals, for couple o gentlemen; rraKn
able 'viCKtOS St.. 2S2S Large fronTToora. nicely
furnished, also large connecting room. bath,
gas. housekeeping If desired; reasonable.
ELEVENTH 9t . 21W N. Large, pleasant,
front room, beaullfull) furnished. In prlvalo
family, to gentlemen or couple; no children; bath.
FIFTEENTH St.. 112 N. (Corner) Nicely fur
nished front and other rooms, bath. gas. etc.;
li.SQ week and up- quiet, respectable.
FISVCT s-e 3M Pleasant and well-Uchted
rooms, nenlr furnished; all conveniences; 'or
Eratlemen. fine location, terms reasonapic
GARR1PON. 1345 N. Two furnished rooms: all
GARRISON Ate. 812 N- Historical Sherman
Mansion, renovated, rooms furnished and rnfur
r iti-d. single or en suite, delightful location: all
street ears; telephone
LACLEDEAve.. 2541 Nicely furnished front
and back rooms; second floor: for gentlemen or
LACLEDB. Ave.. 3831 Two connecting rooms,
furnished for light housekeeping, bath. gas.
screens' and use cf laundry.
LAFAYETTE Ave . 2002 (Opposite Park) New
lv furnished connecting front rooms, complete f r
housekeeping, single cr en suite: suite of back
LAWTON Ave.. 1731 Nicely furnished con
necting rrflms. first or second floor, tranlrnia
LAWTON Ave . SI2S Two nicely furnished
rooms for two gentlemen or man and wife; bath
and all conveniences reasonable: beard If de
sired: quiet locality; also rooms for light house
keeping. "LOCUST St.. 142- Neatly furnished parlor and
back parlor and scond-etory front, with hot and
I-OTUST St.. 3719-Bfautlful hack parlor, coot
and alr'; ultah! fm tv,. gnte-r.ui. loard If
delred. also s-rr-in-flnnr rr-ems
LOCrST St.. (11 (Nest to St. Nicholas Hotel)
Nlcelj- furti'.shed. large and small room.-! for ger
tleroen; baths: nice aec-HiimodaUons: reasonable.
LI'CAS Ave ipTTTlie Inn) Rooms nightly; ISc
to 2Sc; weekly Jl to J1SJ: bstbs free; Just
opened and even thing new and first-class.
t.TTTAS Ave 2515 Connecting roon-s. complete 1
for light hou-keeplng. -econd and third floo-,; I at ,I0 p,..-;- j fj Becktoli M?i' lT4a -nicely
furnished and unfurnl'hel front pari , way. wt-ioiu. .Mi a. irca-
MISSISSIPPI Ave.. 143i-Nicly furnished tront
room with all con-enience-: private family, gen
-tnrtr:A-v c? ?537 Nice cool rooms: uewlv
furnished: slpale or en suite: shade trees in rront
and rear: rent reasonable.
MORGAN St. 3K7 Nice, cool room; newly fur
nished; single or en suite; shade trees in fiont
and rear. Irvestlgate. rent reasonable.
NEWSTEAD Ave . 1415A Rooms furnl'hed fcr
couple or gentlemen; also hall room: near Eastcn
ave. line; bath. gas.
OLIVE St . 33(5 Nlcelv furnlhd rooms, J1.S1
and ft per week: bath: thltd flcor
OLIVE St.. 3503 Newl) furnished front parlor
end other rooms, southern exposure: modern con
veniences. OLIVE St . 1.3S Furnished front hall room:
U.W per week, large room. iuthe--n exposure;
$3 per week
"OLIVE St- 3TC0 I.arge. beautiful sec-nd-Coor
front, completelv fumlhed for housek eplng:
cool and airy, reasonable .
OLIVE St. lKr Large, nlcelv- furnished room,
with two beds; southern exto-ure; suitable for
two or three gentlemen, reasonable price.
flT.tYT. st t3i-uia) Ontwvilte ExDosItlon
. Elegantly furnished rooms; front rarlor. with
piano; Dam. niters, Bcreens. wcioacii ngnir.
PINn Rt ?) Elecantlr furnishsd second-sto
ry xront room; aiso cace: parior; soutu-in t;4n
ure: for gentler-en or er.uple; reasonable
RUTGER St . 1S17 Large front room; south
east expo-oire- bath and gas; near Lsfayetto
Park; convenient to three car lines; terms rea
sonable. SARAH St.. 711 N.
Furnished reom, with bath.
SEVENTH St . 334S S
-Nicely furnished rooms;
SIXTH St.. 817 N- Cazy houe; rooms lEc, ?(K
SSc a day; Jl per week up; 10c beds: a clean and
comfcrtabls place, to stop, free hatbs
SPRING Ave.. 35 N. (Near West Pine noul.).
Ilce room with three large windows: aIo small
room. bath. gas. first floor: board If desire.,
TENTH St . 1W N. First-floor back; also other
rooms; hot and cold bath: all conveniences; also
transient rooms: reasonable ratas
TENTH St . 1118 8 Furnished front rooms,
for two gentlemen; private family: gas. hot bath;
flne locality, very cheap.
TWO de"l-able furnished large connecting
rooms, sultabls for one or more partlei ; West
End. I) S5. this office
WASHINGTON Ave.. 3335-Furnlshed rooms,
single or en suite: private family; breakfast If
WASHINGTON Ave,. 1M1 Furnlshel front
' room: SIM to S3 per week; also front room for
"WASHINGTON Ave.. 133 Neatly fcrfllsbed
suite of rcomr. suitable for gentlemen or couple;
WASHINGTON. 3S94 Nicely furnished eecond
floor front; also beautiful back iarlor; cm! and
pltrrant. modern conveniences, reasonatle.
WASHINGTON. 3101 (The Alia Vlstu-EI-rantly
furnished connecting rooms fcr geitlemea
or couple; northern and southern exposures.
WASHINGTON. 1331 Pleasant rooms, southern
exposure, single or en suite; good nrirhl orhoo-1.
convenient to cars all conveniences: for gentle
WASHINGTON Ave.. 114S-Handsome;y fur
nished, cool, large and small zooms, baths:
special rates for summer; beautiful parlor for
WEST BELLE Tlace. 4(09 Two unfurnished
front rooms: one furnished rocm; terms made to
rooms Tvrrn board.
BELL Ave.. 3032 Large elegant room, south
ern, eastern and northern exposure: all conve
niences; excellent table; for couple or two een
tlemen. CABANNE Av7 5143Furo!lbedoom7wlth
board: southern exposure; private family.
COOL. handsomely furnished second-story
front, southern room and others: excellent
board, terms reasonable; location near Taylor
and Westminster. L 37. Republ le.
DELMAR Ave.. SS79 Neatly furnished rocm;
southern exposure, couple or gentlemen, beard
and service reascnatle-
DELMAR Boulevard. 4V& Elegant room and
board, room first floor, private entrance, porch.
large yard: gentlemen or couple; board or with-
FOURTH St. 112A S. Nicely furnu-hed large
end email rooms, with or without boa:d.
GARRISON Ave.. tW N.-Elegantly furnished
second-story rooms, with dressing-room attached.
In fl gant home- centrally located: modrn con-venL-ices.
southern exposure. German cooking.
LOCUST. 1515-OT (The McDermott) Large and
mall rooms; southern exposure; first-class table
and service; tsl. Main 10C4M.
LOCUST St.. 3ZU Nlcelv fnrnllhed front room
with or without board; suitable for two ladles
cr gentlemen: modern conveaiences.
LUCAS Ave.. 3S33 Nicely furnished rooms and
LUCAS Ave,. S334 Newly and beantlfullv fur.
nlshed second-story front, with all conveniences:
flrst-elaw board: also other rooms.
MAPLE Ave.. 350-Nioely furnished rooms;
first-class table board; modern conveniences:
McPHERSON Ave.. 4060 (The Marlborough)
Under sew management: everything sew and
modem. Phone A ISM Klnloch.
MORGAN SL. 3500
Good rooms, with board.
MORGAN St.. I43S Fnralshei: rooms, with
board; all conveniences; reasonable.
MORGAN 4UX Nicely furnished rooms; sec
cod floor front alcove: good table; private fam
ily. OLTVE St.. SSlt "Xzviy furnished front parlor
and other nice rooms; southern exposure; good
beard If desired; transients accommodated.
OWNER, near park, offers elegant southern ex
posure room, wltt board; refined, dainty, quiet
surroundings: low to party of unquestionable ref
erences, it. Republic.
PARK Ave.. 32SS Very desirable cool rooms
with excellent table board; opposite Lafayette
Park; all modern conveniences; references.
PARTIES o-vning house tn West End. new
and modern, nicely decorated, electric lighu tel
enhene. etc.: aomhern evnnvure? will rm two
cr three rooms: board optional. D l. Republic,
FIND St.. 3S3-BeautlfuI second and third C -or
front rooms, with Crst-class board; all modern
PINE SU 3731 Tb LefflagwelD-Nlce. large.
airy, furnished rooms, -jvith board If desired;
nice lawn; modern conveniences: terms reason-
"BVEj-xH St.. 51
8ITDATION by middle-aged couple; will keep
house for private family for room and board;
place without children preferred. H. a. W.. 3303
WASHTNGTOK Ave.. 1733 Fmmlshed. with cr
ROOMS WITH HOARD.
"WASHINGTON Ave.. SOS Newly furnished
rooms, with or without board; southern exposure;
hot and cold bath.
WASHINGTON Axe. M3 Nicely furnish-d
room with first-class board, for lady emplojed;
WEST IIELLE. 4119 Two nicely furnished sc-ond-story
rooms, with board: references exchanged-
WASHINGTON Ave.. 2337 "The Antlers''
Nicely furnished rooms; comfortable and home
like.; first-class table and service; large law p.
"WASHINGTON Ave.. 332J HandscmeK fur
nished room, southern exposure, superior table
ttCurd; very reis-onahle.
VA ASHINGTON Ave.. MIS Nicely fural'lied
sepord-etor front room: also othBr rooms, with
UAru: wrathern expo ure. uVtacheU house, best
of table Itoard. dav bcarders.
WEST BELLE. 44 (Family ilotelt Newly
' fumihed rooms, single or en suite: first-class
board aid accommodations; special rates to par
1 ties of Ave.
FiitMsucD iiorsns .D flats for
CATES A v.. M39 ru-nlhed eight room hruse;
from July I" until Ortober M. Cabanne district,
EVANS Ae. KTSa" Handsimelv fumlhe,l
flat. 5 an4 3 rwmn. bath, mo-iern cenv enienres .
PINE St . 2Sfl3 Nicely tumlr-ed 11 room hruse.
strictly modern, for rent to resp nslble parOe
TEN-EOOM house: completely furalshej fine
garden rhlcken batn. three cisterns: unt'l Sep
tember IS J3ft per month Adams. Oalrboroe
Place. Webster Groes.
TO LET FOR ni'SIXnsS PURPOSUS.
FRANKLIN Ave.. E13-Ftore. lust -se.it " -Th-Hostnn"
elevator: flne Ilcht. Inquire 4M Se
curity building. Klein 4; Tiffany, trustees.
FOR REXT. APARTMEXTS. FLATS.
CASS Ale. . In Rear ETuir rnnma aee-
end floor, rent low" f r small family.
EUCLID Ave.. 7K N. Two new six-room flats:
OLIVE St . 4-5 Seven rooms ana reception
hall, highest, coolest flat In cits . separate front
door; laundry, furnace and combination fixtures:
open all day.
PRAIRIE Ave. till-Five -room an I hall flat,
into and all modern Improvement-; crccn- and
IMPROVED CITY PROPHHTY FOR
5IXOOW.A, -1TrA b-autirjl seven-room
trick house. 3 sears, ol.l. a birg.-In.
mZlStZS-tWl i I,Iock- Xor,h " franklin.
Two-story brick house, nln-- rooms. Jiaw
S6 Fer Month
A-i. IS1 i5-t-,h " huy mi Bld-ile St. two
!Sk . k hoVf.tnf ix rooms, rentrd for J!l per
month. bu Whv pai. rent-
KEELET & no . 1113 Chestnut.
.y VUnA:V rI""'E"TY FOR SALE
-ox,-5 larste and o- med'um slie suburban
and street cars Gea S. Ca-. Ferguson
gn-for t. i- t .- .- . ..'
n.?AN1J COUNCIU MISSOURL
l.1 Arcanum. J"S-3ii Holland
mi TV vxy-j-ai welcome t. 'lt-'t-
Jsar3 . I". rretiir-n and m-mfcers
tf&fr from abroad F H I5ACON. G R.
O Jere Haldeman. Acting i-, ..
CARR LANE COUNCIlT NO CO.
vl Arcanum, meets first and thltl
Mondays of each month at West End
,"!'. andev enter and Finney avenues
Members will rl'ase attend Visitors from other
councils cordially invited. Fine music and ro
ttrtati.ment at everv meeting.
t vt r. o "OiLK'T: U. BARNES, Regent.
J II. Dacn. Secretary.
rOMPTON HILL COUNC1U NO. I'-i.
Roval Arcanum, meets first anS th.rl
Mondaj-s of each month at Ancn r Hall.
-. , Mt. u sou i nrk avrnu-s. at a
p. m. isiting brothers fraternally Invltea to at
tend. E J. GOULD. Regent.
G H. I- rederlck. SJecretarr-
& VANDEVENTER fnrxnl. Vri l : 5
R. A.. mee.ts second and fourth Tues
days of each month at Marten- Hall.
ehOUteau and M&nchrslet- arfnuM VU-
ltors cordially Invited to attend
A. B. LEWIS. R.
TTos J. MeCormack Secretary
KJUGRTS OF PYTHIAS.
ACME LODGE. NO. 11. K. OF P..
meets every Tuesday evening at S o'clock
sherp In Burlington tiliulng. flO Olive
street Wcrk n rnks ai.ravs cm har.d.
Visitors cordially Invited- and members expected
to attend. FRANK BERKY. C. C
Attest- O. W. Clifton. K. cf IL & S.. No.
144SA SU Louis aveme.
m. CASTLE HALL. ROBERT E. COWAN.
'&ff No Ul. K. cf P.. West Hall. Century
5 BullSlng, Ninth and Olive Streets On
Monday, July 7. at t p ro sharp. Busi
ness meeting. Visitors cordially Invited.
E. E. MANAHAN. C C.
Attest: Henry H Luebbert. K. of R. & S.
9t CASTLE HALL OF MONITOR
tjti? Lodge. No. CJ. K. of P . meets every
i5 Thursday evejing In Century building.
' " Ninth and Olive streets, where visitors
are cordially Invited and members expected.
FRED L. PFI3TER. C C
W J Otto. K of R. & S.
tb COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. 37C K. OF
flfc P.. meets eve Tuesday evening at S
KV o'clock. East Hall. Century building.
Ninth and Olive streets. Tuesday even
ing. July 8. wo-k In rank of Esquire. All members
requested to be present; good time. Visitor wel
come THOs w. shaw. c a
J. F. Derapsey. K. of R. & 9.
fp- DAMON LODGE. NO. 38. K. OF P..
Stf22r meej every Wedneslay evening at Odd
Mk Fellows' Hall No. 3. Ninth and Olive
" streets Work In ranks of Page. Visi
tors and members are cordially Invited.
H A GALLANT. C C
Attest: II R. Bermei. K. cf R. & S-. No. 37U
FUTURE GREAT LODGE. NO. 378. K.
of P . meets every Wednesday evening at
X o'clock at Howard's Halt Thirtieth vnd
Olive streets Wednes-lav evening. July
i work In rank of Esquire- Visiting knights al
ways welcome WM. L. EULER. C C
W. A. Roberts. K. of 11 4 8.
OLDEN GOLDEN CROWN LODGE. NO. C
jfe meets every Friday evening. Hall No.
J"- i tenth floor of Century building.
LSir5SrP. Ninth and Olive streets Work In
Q rank of Esquire Friday. July 11. AH
... . members expected Visitor cordially
CROWN Invited J. H. MILLER, a C.
Henry C. Scott. K. of R. & S.
ffr PACIFIC LODGE. NO. 304. K. OF P .
mfk meets every Wednesday evening tn Cen-
"Sb ury bulldlnc. Ninth -nd Olive streets.
Business meeting Wednesday. July 3. lsJS.
Members expected and visitors cordially Invited.
S. C ROGERS. C C.
J. W. Campbell. K. of R. & S.
PARAGON LODGE. NO. S3. K. OF P
meets everv Tuesday evening In hall No,
3. Odd Fellows' building. Ninth and Olive
streetk. Next Tuetlav. rank of Esaulre.
Members and visitors are cordially Invited.
ROV Y DREYFUS. C C
Attest; Frank Johnson. K. of R. & S.
red cnosa rirac no. u k. of
P. meets Wednesday night at Odd Fel-I
lows- uaii, .-Mn:n and Ullve streets, juiy
9. First rank.
W. L. TKUCKESMlT.T.RK. C C
IL W. Beldlng. K. of R. S.
ZULEMA LODGE. NO. 331. K. OF P..
yOfa meets Monday evening. July 7. en Hall
5ea "o- L tenth floor Century building, at t
o'clock. Important Dullness. Regular
convention Members expected and visitors cor
dially Invited to attend.
DOCTOR L. E LEHMBERG. C C.
Attest: O. M. Brooks. K. of R- 4. 3. '
AHClK.fT rSUCB A5
Aocjsri'sVD it Asoiia.
B I T--fr - .. . -u-n -.
JT Stone Lodge. No. 323. A. F. ci A. M-. wIU
3VJ"; be held for wotk Monday. Julv 7. at I p.
- J?".1 u "". Flnnej' and Grand ave-
"?" Business of Importance demanding the
presence of ev ery member will come up.
Jas A rIEl-S-EEWOSTER, W. M.
......,. w. . rfcnutiy
A AURORA IjODOH. NO. tn. A. F. U A.
5t3T ""V11"1 meeting this MonHay. July .
V S,"u P "H. " conduct the funeral cf
Bro"'r-A- F Jacobs. Visiter. Invited.
Jos,, t TCMAS H BLAKEMORE. W. M.
. John L. Bowman. Secretary- ""-"- "
A- uBtTO e-ODGE, NO. 3M. A. F A.
X3f ciR.",Jl,,lr comunlcition thi. (Mon
- ter uVS?!.7?1 'e,ock- Wk. Mas
ter Xasons cordially Invited.
C- C. W.ltcn. Secretary, iL ALUIN'- W- M"
A S G?,l-GE, WASHINGTON LODGE NO.
X "--municatic ." ,""0'ck Tl)'
Gi2i 5ii2mIrv v"u. Work In the Srebna
fUft.nJ? 5 ur to ". VIsJtorjTare
"flenry'h'lecretary- MAWON- W" M'
J. 1TASKA LODGE. NO. 430. A. F. 4 A.
M- Special communication this (Monday)
evenlrg-. July 7. at 7 o'clock. ReSflir
, i,atJ r."-0" Avenue Maiomcfern
pie. Work. M.M. degree -, Visitors invttM. XCm
Adolph raelnPSeVfelirf ADBET w- '
Missouri l6dgei"no" L AVT
r TTT11'? ""raunlcaUon on Wednesday.
J iulr 5- f 7M pw- ,a Corinthian Hift.
V Grand Avenue Masonic Yemple. E? jt
and F. C. degrees. Member are requested and
visiting 'brethren fraternally Invited to attend?
CHA. McuEAN W M
John H. Deems. Sacretary. "- " -
A occidental lodge, no. H3. A. F.
Jt A. M- Stated communlratlcn at Co
Jijir rtnthljn Hall. Grand Avenue Masonic
tr Temple, this (Monday) evening. July 7.
at S o'clock. Work. Vlsltlrg brethren welcome.
. t, ,. cJOHN D- HAMILTON. W. JL
Su V. Oliver. Secretary.
FRATERXAL OHDER OF EAGLES.
ssaeessassssssaassasstsssissasssssss-es-es- esms eas inr'ww
ST LOUIS AERIE. NO 41. FRATER
nal Order of Eagles, will meet on the
second Wednesday of July and August.
lglnnir.g with September 10 meetings
..i be LelJ each Wednesday at 8 o. m.
,t Vtavlin's Hall. Sixth and Wataut streets,
tlliiins" CONHAD KEMPF W. P.
Jr.o A Gernex, W. Secretary. IW7chestnut st.
XIIOHTI Otr COLDUgM,
ST LOUIS COUNCIU NO. 453.
meets everj' first and third Tues
day at Wtst End Mall, southeast
corner Finney and Vandeventer
avenue. Visiting knights are
JOHN a LEAHY.
Jos. C Carroll. Jr.. Recording
MARQUETTE COUNCIL. NO.
f&. Knights ot Columbus, meets
everv second and fourth Tuesday
In th West Hall. Century bu ld
ing. Ninth and Olive streets. Vis
iting knights cordially Invited.
V.'. L. LEE. Grand Knight.
F. P. Leonaid, Recorder.
IXDErEXDEXT OHDER ODD FELLOW. 3
WILDET LODGE. NO 3. I. O. O.
F . meets Tuesday evening of eaen
ew--.- weex at nan o x. cca eenow
-?!" building, comer Ninth and Olive, at
o'clock. Work in th- Third degr-e. Tuesday.
Julv s. Visitors cordially Invited
juiy s. visiio c j r ,.KlTi:,lARD N G
Ilerman Heuser. Secretary. -
tiot-vn nrr roTrvnr. vn 14.
f National Union, meets on second and
K fourth Frldavs each tnonth at How
ard's Hall, comer Gatrlson avenue ana
olive street, at S o'clock. Next meet
ing July 11. Award for attendance.
B' ' F. E. GUNN. Fiesldent.
Richard E Berger. Secretary.
STANDING ELK TRIBE. NO 35.
improved Order of Red Men. meets
ever- Thursday sleep at Druld Hall.
southeast corner Ninth and Market
streets. First Thurslay or each moon.
Adoption decree, -econd ThursJav. Warrior's de
rtei third Thursday. Chlers degree; fourth
Tfcuri-lav tribal business. Vllltng chiefs InvlteJ
,o our """'"'lter a MOORE. Sachem.
E. ScovtL C of H-. 334) Wash street.
KMCHTS OF UOXOR.
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X,r 11. meein ..j mi v.v .mum-. . -
'- co; Thirteenth and Franklin ave. All
-2V .r" . .- .. InI.,-..
Iv"1" .- f irwix.f? rvit.tor.
4Jj' Evans ave.
A W Winter, Reporter. Room 43. Odd Fel
meets first and third Mondays at 3103
Easton ave. All Knights of Honor are
ii.v.e.i o our meetings.
JUS. IHJLFVaJ-. iJicvaior. -- t'ww -
B. F Lockhart, iieponer.;. H.nJ5.ii?' -
-,. ..-; .....:a.t ni.ivt w tie tr
JfWK f H. Hegular meeUngs flrst and
OTV' third Mondas at I'nlon Hall, southwest
J,k corner Urnauway and Benton s'reet- -Ml
Knights of Honor are Invited.
PERCY C. JONES. Dictator.
4,0 McPherson Avenue.
Pe)ton C. Jones, Reporter. 43C0 MePuerson ovo.
K-MGIITS AXD LADIES OF jELLRIlY.
... - c fCi vcvTnTIT5t
and Ladles of Security, meets every Mcndav at
p m. Open meeting, second Monday In escn
month. Phoenix Hall Jefferson and Cass ave
nues. Vlsltini knights and ladles assured a cor
dial reception. E. J TARLING. PresldenL
Mrs Gurs' Hart Financial Secretary.
1408A Laflln street.
. ...- rnl1 V-TVt-rtV VfY 1.
. Knlchts Temrlar SMted conclave Mon
day. July T. at o'clock p. m .rand an J
Finney avenue, Mr SBim.-";-"-
TRIED TO CHLOROFORM FAMILY.
Futile Attempt to Kidnap au In
Butte. MonL, July 6. An attempt was
made at an early hour this morning to
chloroform a. family of seven persons with
the object. It is presumed of abducting Eva
JlcCaffrey. a quarter-breed Indian girl.
The perpetrator is belived to have been
Peter Demrjsey. the condemned murderer.
who C5s.apa irom tne couiny jan j. j.
ago. The man was frightened awnyanl
escaped. Dcmpecy wes enamored of the
girl prior to his arrest.
Kansas Girl Fired Upon Through
McPherxon. Kaa. July 6. Miss Maude
Holmes was shot in the head, neck and
breast and fatally wounded last night by
some unknown person who fired at her
through the window of her bedchamber.
Miss Holme belongs to one of the most
prominent families In tfce county. No ar
rests have been made and a motive is lack
ing. OUR PATTERN
10 Cents Each 10 Cents:
(itf-MISSES- SHIRT WAIST WITH
SQUARE OR POINTED COLLAR.
12. II and IS years.
BE SURE AXD FILL IX lOlll CORRECT POST OFFICD ADDRESS.
THE REPUBLIC'S ORDER
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No. N7C Ladles' Seven-Gored Skirt. Price 10 cent. Waist Measirr Inches.
STREET AND NO-
EAST SIDE NEWS.
Result of Dispute I.ptwecn Ilea!
Estate IIen and Hoard of Kc-
vivw Over Mortgages.
A dclsIon of interest to real estate mn
and financiers of the East Sidr is to be
handed dawn by Circuit Judge Martin W.
Schaefer. anent tin' taxation of rnortgugoa
held in trust. It Is a test ruse and on the
decision it. CHalr County will .Uh-r Rain
or lose a cxn;iderab!c amount in tue?.
It has bt-vii the practice of East Klde
real estate men to loan monry on mort
gages us truJec. This inonvy, they
claimed, was not subject to taxation bo
cause they acted as trustee for the owners
nnd did not know who the owners of the
notes were, as they were sold to the high
est bidder, much the same as are Govern
ment bonds. The real estate men were
Mcurity on the notes, however, and thus
they were as safe a security as couid be
The lajt St. Clair County Hoard of Re
view held that the owners of theae notes
should be taied fur the money Just as any
one else is taxed. When the real estate
men who acted a trustees were sum
moned to UeUevlllo they asserted that they
d!d not Know who the owners of Hie notes
were. The Hoard .of Review accordingly
tbxed the trustees for the money. Ine
trustees took the eaye Into court and the
decision as to whether they are liable for
this money will be rendered by Judge
Wratrrim Won Handily.
The Westerns of Belleville defeated tho
Miilstadl baseball tvam by a score of 1
to 0 at HellevlUe yesterday. A big- crod
turned out to see tne game and entered the
Belleville team, which is getting well nigh
TumerV Annual Pirnlc.
SL Louis and East St. Louis Turners en
joyed their annual I'lcnlc at Central Park,
tiist SL Louis, je-sterday. Uelesaiions from
UellcvlIIe and nelghbortiu; cities vx-iltcd the
park, and joined with Lie local Turners in
their ctlebratlon. Athletic events were
pulled off. and in tho evening a concert was
followed by dtnclng.
For French Fete.
Arranscrnents have uefii made for tho
Eat Side celebration of tne fall of the Ba?
tlle. which will be held In Central I'-irk.
Kast St, Louis, en nest Sunday. A pro
Ersmme has been arranged, in which W. A.
Kodenbers will .-peak in Kmrllsh. Doctor
Alexander DeJlenll and leoii's Sargent lit
French end Captain Bennett nnd Iouis
Kllngel in Englisn. JIiss Mao Kstelle Acton
Marker will ting the ".Mrtrselllalse." There
will be music and fireworks.
Knsl M. Louis. Items.
A large class o. bovs and girls made their
flrst communion at H: Marys Churt h yesterday.
Several Eat St. Iewtans returned home from
the East St- Louis 1ut houe si New Athens,
where they were guests of Robert Uoethman.
Charles R Carroll, the rlrneer directory man
of East St. Louis. Is arranging to- get out another
directory of fast St. Ieiuls. The new Issue will
contain hlegra; hical sketches and other Inter
-The Reverend J. IV. Brock has been apr.rnte-1
pastor of the ntenuy M. K. Church of East
bt Louis for the remainder of the conference
Reverend K. W. Shepherd Itealgns.
The Revcrrnd G. VT. Shepherd, pastor t
the Sixth Street M. E- Church at Alton,
tendered hli resignation to the congresatb n
at the resular pre-aching services last night.
The resignation is to take effect at the en-i
of the conference year In September- This
action was taken In order that Mr. Shcp-
ASSAULTED ON FRONT STEPS.
Karnes at the IIospit.il and Mnehl
hausfn I'mler Arrest.
Henry Barnes. 2i years old. of No. Sill
South Second street. Is at the City HorItal
suffering a fractured skull, supposed to
have been Inflicted by Richard Muehlhausen
of No. 333 South Second strecL
Barnes states that he was assaulted on
hU front steps about 3 o'clock yesterday
afternoon by Muohjhauscn and Frank Sx
of So. 511 South Second street. Patrolman
Butler of the Second District took Barnes
to the hospital and arrested Muehlhausen.
Barnes can give no ejtplanatlfn for the as
sault. DIED Sl'DIlKXLY AVoIfKann Lonir. a
German, 79 years olJ. died suddenly Satur
day night at his home. No. TUT South
Elchth stret He had len In III health for
Mvcral weeks. At: lmiuest will be held to
7lS-0L.niES' BLOUSE ETON WITH
G7t-I.ADIES SEVEN-GORED SKIRT.
Eton. K, 51. 3S. 3S and 10 Inch bust.
Sklrr. 22. M. . 3. M and 2Z Inch walsL
herd may be placwl on the superannuated
lift for one year, which time he will devote
to special work and lecturing.
Alton Xotce nnd Personals.
- The Ileverend Doct.vr F M. Van Trees; of
I-c-banon, HI., 'residing Elder of the Alton M.
E. District, conducted quarterly -wrvlce at the
Sixth Street M. E. Church In Allen last evn!nc.
A love feast of the congregation was also held
yesterday afternoon. The meeting was the last
quarterly meeting of the conference year.
The steamer City of 1'eorla an.1 the barge
Pearl hrought a large exrurslon to Alton yester
Ua trum Kampsvllle anl other points on the
Illinois niver The etcurslonlsts were accom
Ijnled by the Kamisvlle silver "ornet Band.
Professor A O Jackson of Lake Forest. 111..
Is a visitor In I'pper Alton.
The Reverend ;- W Shepherd, pastor of the
Sixth Street M E. Church; Justice B. C. Few
and William Kevbnrtz. win deiutt for Mount
Caravel. III., this morning to attend the annual
mretlrg of the Ullhots Htate Kp worth league
Asux-latlon. Justice Few is the vice president
tor the Alton M. E Dlslrkt.
1. M Klttlnger of Upper Alton departed lest
evenfng for Beaumont. Tes.. ti attend a meeting
of the dlrrttois of the Mound City and Pi:t
b'lrg Oil Company.
Tlie Uevercnd J. II. J. Illce. psstor of the
ilmr.-h ot the Hedeerrer of Alton, occupied the
I ulpit of the Twelfth street Cumberland Presby
terian Church yesterday at both morning anl
Tre HeverenJ George It, Gebauer. pa'tor of
the First Unitarian Church at Alton preached
y-sierday morning on "The Best Itellglon."
The Reverend S. D. McKlnney. pastor ot the
Cherry Street Baptist Mission at Alton, delivered
an addreea at the . M. C. A. meeting for men
The funeral of Emll Puetx of North Alton
took plan yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock from
SS l'eter and I"aul's Cathedral. In Stat street.
The Reverend Father Thomas K. Cuaek of
r.iated. and the burial was lu Ureennood Cem
etery at North Alton
The annual picnic of St- Patrick's Church
at Alton nil! tie given at Rock springs Park
on Tuesday. The affair will be under the au
splcvs of the Knights of Father Mathtvy ot that
Major Franklin Moore of Upper Alton Is mak
ing preparations for giving a "blue and gray"
catrp nre at fcls residence. In College avenue.
The camp fire will bo glvn on the evening .f
Jul 3j. and extensive preparations are being
made fur the event.
I The largest transfer of the week In be Re
l corders ofhee was .9l acres of ground at Madi
son, together with the rolling milt thereon. Th'
prvperty was soki by Luther McGIIvray and
. his wife. Clara, to the Hrlntbacher Foundry and
tinning jxui v,oinpany. voe cooiiucimuou wwi
Mark Howell, who has recently taken up his
residence In lilwardvtlle to alt In directing
the Improvement the Postal Telegraph Com
pany are inaugurating In this section of the
state has a record as a. fraternity man that
ha been so far unehalleneed. He Is a member
In good standing of twenty-four secret societies
end has applications m witn two mure. ei
I Howell has traveled over the greater portion cf
IK- 1'jilfe.l Stnfe arut Mexico, trtlt so large Is
th number of "grli" that he carries that be
has never found a place or locality In which
were no brethren cf some order. He ha an ap
plication In for membership In the Alton Iode
of Elks and for the Ancient Order of Odd Fel
lows In St. UuK having been, as Is required
f. r the latter, a member of the I. O. O. fc.. for
-A marriage license was Issued yesterday to
Herman II Mev-er. a. and Mary A. Naher. 33.
both of Highland
William Mulford. a broker of St. Louis. Is
spending a vacation In Eiwardsvllle. a guest of
Doctor and Mrs It. S. Barnsback.
The theme of Ihe morning sermon at the
Flft Iiesbtrlan etiurch will be "A Divine
li.m.loY " The neveren.1 Eltsha afford will
I rreac-h at -olumbla In the afternoon, and the
usual nicni servic la cj.i cj ! w uimi".
t t. Andrew's Episcopal church this morn
ing the lector the Reverend Francis M. Wilson,
will preaeh a sermon to the memory of the for
mer past t. the Reverend J. A. Antrim, whese
death occurred recently In Louisiana.
-colonel tV. II. Fu!keron of Jerseyvllle at
tended the funeral In Chicago jesterday after
norn of J. Irving l'earce. the veteran rutel man
of that city. Colonel Fulkerson. who was a fel
low member with Mr l'earce of tb Illinois
State Board of xgriculture. went to Chicago In
resr-ne to a message fnm Martin -.. Ccnrad.
the pre-ldent of the lioard. rnjuestlng that the
merale-ts attend in a bc'r Mr Pearce was pr
prletnr of the Sherman House- for twenty yearr.
ard connerted with various public and tlnsnclal
movements In Chicago for half a century- Tfce
funeral took place from th herman House to
Prrfeor M Edwin Johnson of l-at St.
Ie-.als was a vlltor in Jerseyvllle jesterttxy and
earns a solo. 'The Way of the Cro-a." at the
Firo Baptist ihurch. yesterday morning The
pastor, the Reverend Pot-tor Jay A. Ford,
rreached a patriotic sermon on "Freedom."
CABINET FEARS TO
FIGHT THE TRUSTS
Would Tersnade the President
That Matter Is an Exceed
ingly Delicate One.
TRYING TO HOLD HIM BACK.
Secretaries? Shaw and Wilson and
Postmaster General Payne
Outspoken Against Anti
Washington. July 6. With the official an
nouncement thnt President Roosevelt In
tends to put his administration forcibly be
hind more stringent antitrust legislation
and Democrat announcing trusts as the
principal Issue of the coming campaign,
thl question as it bears on national poll
tics has become the one theme of discus
sion among all public men remaining In
Investigation to-day develops not only
that the Cabinet Is divided on ibq aggres
siveness of the President, but also that
there Is a carcfnlly-lald plan among the
leaders In Congress to defeat any adminis
tration bill eisher to supervise and regulate
or to compel greater publicity of trust
Same Members Opposed Reciprocity.
Curiously enough, the same members of
the Cabinet who refused to follow the
President In his campaign for Cuban reci
procity are now cither attempting to hold
him back In the matter of trust legislation
or are lukewarm in their support of such a
measure as an administration effort. These
members are Secretary Shaw. Postmaster
General Pavno and Secretary Wilson.
What Is known as the conservative politi
cal element In tho Cabinet urges that the
regulation of trusts Is a delicate question
for the administration to attempt to set
tle. While there ure good and lutd trusts,
they take the ground that any sudden ag
gression In the way of radical legislation
would stop business growth and be fatal
to the ruling party.
Opposition Ui pec ted to Unite.
They fear that whatever popularity a
President might gain among the voters of
the country might induce Coventors of
ci.Im n,l ttnee nnV(4n1 tn Imm.itl.
Htely wafee a campaign against all business
cumoinauuius nucuici imu ur kdw, wntcn
could not fall to have a harmful
effect on all the business Interests of the
The new aggressiveness of the President
hi this lino Is the more freely commented
on In Washington because It comes after
utter failure to accomplish anything in trie
nay of antitrust legislation In the session
of Congress just closed.
It was said to-day that, when Congresw
convened again In December, the President
will HihI In both branches prominent leaders
determined to defeat any trust legislation
which he may see fit to advance.
UOCTOIl CHARLES C. FL'RLEY.
Wichita. Ka.. July 5. Doctor Charles C
Kurley. an eminent surgeon In the Civil
War, died here to-day of tuberculosis. He
was the first practicing physician In.
O'Fallon, Mo.. July ti Theodore WesthofT
died Friday at the age or 7J years. The.
..-.Al waa held to-dav at the fTltthnllc
COMPOSER JOIIX STROMDERG.
I New York. July 6. John Stromberg, com
poser 'and leader of the orchestra of the
Weber &. Fields Company. Is dead at. his
I summer home tn Freeport, L. L. death hav
ing resulted irom paralysis oi tne nean.
following a long attack of rheumatism.
Mr. Stromberg was born In Prince Edward
Island forty-two years ago.
3IRS. MAGGIE STEMMOXS.
BoonvUle, Ma, July t Mrs. Haggla
Arrivals and Departures ot Trains sit
Dally. Uraturia? and Sunday
Dally except. Sunday. only,
tsunday only. ilExcept Monday.
ttSaturday only. Dally except Saturday.
U. i o. s-w.
Train. . . Depart.
Cincinnati. Lcuisvnie. vvasn
tngtcn. Ealilmore. Philadel
phia and New Yoik Express. 3.Sara 1S5 pel
Cincinnati. Louisville. Pitts
burg. Washington. Baltimore.
rnuaueipnta ami ,ves vera
Cincinnati Accommodation ....
Cincinnati. Leiuisvllle. Pitts
. K pm
burg, Washington, iialtimjre.
Phlladelplita and f.'ew Vctk
Royal Blje Umlicil ")Sm 5'OP
Flora Accommodatlct 13:-p.n tiijism
Flora Accommcdailon 33S am :Urra
Flora Accommodation .. HM pm 3b? : m
West Ilndrn and French Lick
Springs, via Monon Kouie .. J:oara 'e-lepm
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Train. Depart. Arrive.
For Hannibal. IL & Ft. J.
Kims, tiuincy. Keokuk and
trlingtcn . sSSatn IJ;PT!
Local to Hacnlbal T:l am : p-n
For Qulncy and Keokuk ti:ll am : in
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city. St Joeph. Nnrilit
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Twin City Eprea. for Mlnne-
spoils. St. i4ul and Iowa ... 3:li pm 3:19 p-a
The Nebraska - Colorado Ex-
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'tah and Pacific Const, via
St. Joseph 'S-tSpra ;?
Local to Burlington ;-. pm --- am
For Northern lows. St- Paul ,
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to Rock Island and Clinton. ,,
Iowa slaipra Tillara
Fcr Dubuque and La Crosse ..3:31 pm li;aatn
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Utah and Paclfte Coast 9:W tn ?:'
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Train. Depart. Arrive.
Fishermen's Special pj.liam Tpm
Commuters' Express tl:i spm t.uOari
Peoria Fprlngfield and Grarton .
Esp-ess SJtam .S pm
Alton. Chautauqua and Ttehl..tll'-M pm 3S1:37 rm
ErrinxEeld. Alton jnd Jersey-
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Alton. Clifton Terrace and
Grarton t3:B amM10.eS pra
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CHICAGO AXD ALTON.
Train. Depart, Arrlv.
The Alten Llntted Aij am ."JPm
Prairie Ptate Expres.. 13rd cm f:13 pm
Palace Express ejiropm 7:1 am
Jlldnlght Speelal ll:lpm S:Msm
Kansas City Trains.
Train. D-parL Arrive.
Mlc-ouil Fate Bxpres MJM am M:j pm
Kansas City Limited 'lOrtO pm Sam
Train. Depirt. Airlv. i
SprlngSeld Accommcdatlon .... 'Seam .... j
Jacksonville Accommcdatlon.. Ti.-o am 1:4 p-n
Peoria Umlte,! V- :J P31
ymrlr-!,! t-antt.l cltv Fiver. t50 D-TJ lQK am
JarJucnvIlle via Uoodhou'e... " pm eia-Jianj !
Springfield and Jackcntli:e... IV.lSim ---... - I
prlngIlela s-peeiai iu-- inn ,
Alton Special lllaa pm
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Arkansas and Texas Exnres
tvla Bismarck ard Delta 1:00 am ,:1S pm
Arkansas and Texas Fast Mall
Cvla Bismarck and Delta).. . S:araJjAam
t t- Denart. Arrive.
Valier rark Accommodstlon... tsiSiam tlOu-0 s-n
Vatlsr I'sik Accommodation. tli'Jm tt.-ll sm
Pi.lK. ArvammorfattOO ISSOaCl tltTS Dm
Tnw and Kansas Mall, fjr
Paris. Dallas. Kant-- Hous
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Paciae Ac-omroodatlca 11:1 pm :it)S mm
Valier Park Accommodation. ..tt!:L pm tt 34 pm
Meteor anA World' Fair Spe
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JoDlln. Wichita. Vlnlta. OJda
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las. Fort Worth. Waco and
Bmarowood tn 1133 am
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Pacllle Acecmmodailon ... S:H era I:t nm
Vatler Park Accrmmoalloa .. rt rm tl:JS pm
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Texas and Kansas Llmlt'd. for
Kareka Sprtnrs. Fort vl.-iilih,
Tarls Dallas. Orfenvllle. En
Ms. Cors'eant. Houston. Oat
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farthage. Jcplln. Wichita.
Burrtcn anl the West ISpin )ia
Weterr Eioress. fcr Spnn.
flM. Vlnlta. EMnlva, Sher
nan. Oklaoir. Cartilage
Jonlrn ard yeeJesha V Bv pn TJSa-i
1ROX MOUXTAIX ROLTE.
Train. Depart. Arrlse.
Texas Fast MalL to Little
Rock, Texarkana. Dallas.
Fort Worth and Abilene 3:03am Ills pm
Delia- Columbus and Cairo Ex
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Fast Day Express Dallas.
Fort Worth. Austin. &tn An
tonio. Houston ard Oalv-esten I:a pm J:1J pa
Texas. Mexico and California
Foerlal Dallas. Fort Worts.
El fPaso. Los Anrttes. Gal
veston. San Antonio and La
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MemrMs Express. S:I1 rm 7?Wom
FOUItTH STREET AND CHOUTE.U AVENUE
De Snto and btsmarck Aci:n
modatlon esanom n:i9sm
.N-JSn'ern I.Uncl. Expresa- Deprt ArTlT
Bpiinxfleld. rrwport mxuX pu-
ctr i iV I j: --" "i:v 3tj pm
Chicago Diamond Special :I-Tim
Eprlngfleld AceommmJatln... fTe pra
I'adocah Mall n4 Expresa
Murpliv-sboro. Carbondale aaj
Morton -............ e-j --
New Orleans Fast M.a!l-CaTra7
Msmphla. Jackson. TennT.
an.) Tmbi S-.n .. N7.-w
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Marlon and Cieal Springs.... rm ,i.-,-
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e. Atlanta, anil Jackson-
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Cincinnati Express .... ??5m 72J ,m
Altsn-Leavw !( Pi. Ki.K"
SS4) a. nx. i:t& p. re. " B- A",,M
Stemmons. wife of the Missouri Pacific
agent at Speed, died to-day after a llnger
survlve.'"' A h,Ubund a"d "" ndVe
MRS. XAXCY T. CRAWFORD.
BoonvlIIe. Ma. July S.-Mrs. Nancy T.
Crawford died at her home In this city
last night. She was 83 years old and had
lived In Cooper County alt her life. Inter
ment will take place at Mount Hermon to
WILLIAM T. CAXUP.
TSil. T T Ti.(m e teitll wr. rm
.u-u. . wu. v.. t, iii.uin x. v-anup.
a prominent newspaper man of the Indian
Territory, died at Wagoner yesterday evening.
Train. "' wrVin.tJA":WA-"-
Udlanapolla Expresa tJiU AI,,-
Ne York and fioaton LimitV 1 IS 3ir?x rm
kmckerbocker Special -nJw" lM"a -:Mpm
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ST. LOL'IS AXH IIAXXiniL RAILROAD.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Mill and Express ?..?!n tli.10.un
Mall and Exprera. tt:0 pm SAS put
L. Jt X. II.
Florida Llmtte.1 via Nashville.
Atlanta and Macon
Fast Mall-Evansvtl!-. Nash-
vlle Birmlrghain. Montgcm-
ry cnsttatvcgi. Atlanta.
Morlle. New Orleans and
4:1a pm Ml pa
Jacksonville Fla.. Charles.
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. 8:3 am mtpni
Southern Express to Evans-
v.tle. K.ahvllte. Blrmlrg'-am.
Mobile. New Orl-a
asvllle. Jacksonville. Palat-
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Train. Depart. Arrive.
Fat Malt-Owenskoro. Cloyer-
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. i.r.pim w.nv" es., T:33am
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Indian Territory an! Texas
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To, Katv Flyer." fir Dal
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Mexico City and Interm-dlate
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BURG PENNSYLVANIA RvlI.nOAD,
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Fsst Mall ::t9am 3:15ac
Neiy Tork. PMlsdelphla. I'al-
tlmore and Wahlngten Fpe-
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Ird'anapotls1 and New York
New. Yo'k Uralte-I ei-OVrim
Vsr.dslia Aceomrnoditl-vn :pn 35 am
Cot-inihc- iO) atd Eastern
Expres '8'1S rm 'T'-li am
Ir-"!-nsplls ard New Tcrk
rtpreee ll-Srm i:41pa
Irc"inapol! and Ft. Losls Lo-
r-I ITSS pm
3IOIIILC AXD OHIO.
Train. Depart. Arrlve-
outhem Foeclil..... S:!? am
ct TinU and FIorliTa Umlted TriM nm
t l-nn's and Florida IJ-n'te.!. -J-3 pm n-Sf am
Mumhvsbore. Fpara. Oietfr
and Vrry Afeommodstien 5:"l nm 11 an
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Train. Depart. Arrlva.
Fast Mil! iantMKrn
fe-ral Exrrees -TJara '::M pn
Dav- Kxpress Kansas riiy,
Pueblo, rvenvee sit Lake
lie and San Frire!"cr S-fl'lam K-COrra
Wcshlngtr.n Aerorrme?tlrn . tSSam tfanv
St Joseph. Jof.I'n. Wlctv and
i"ipw" Ur-l's-i, and South-
vre.t Mls-wiri -larm T-Nira
K"STy -nd rte-Tn T-rt-e- TI-l( -im "7-11 am
Crere Corur Lake train leave Union Station at
:i; a. m 1:1Z a. ro .ICO p. m.. SC: p. m..
71 p. m.
Oak Hill trnln lave Union Station at :! a.
ro.. 19:M a. ro.. t5:OT p m. and tC3 p, m.
Klrkwood train leave Unlen Siatien at t7M a
m tlv r n. 1:J p. m (Saturday only), tills
t or., tg s r m.
VT. LOUIi-LOL'IdVlLLE LINES.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
The P-:t Special ttutin tlUS pra
ITSncetnn. Ijoutsvllle. Lexlng.
ton and vvav statifjis. Chat-
tanoccji. Heme. Atlnnta. M--rnn
and oolnts In the Scuv-i-
east 7:v am 'ttsi pri
Mount Vernon Aeeommudatlen t6S14 pm 19 Jt .m
rrtneeton. 1-raUMlie. Llrx-
ton and war stations. Knox-
vllle. Ajbevllle. ChattanxJKa.
Home. Atlsnta. Au.-u,t.i.
Charleston. Macon and all
uolnts In Florida an! the
foutnea-t :x. 3:l rm 7-tta-n
bT. LOL'IS. K. C. AXD COLORADO It. IU
(From L'nluu Mutlun.)
Train. Depart. Arrive.
101 and 102 Mall and Evpre-
Itelle- Jlo- and IntersWlat
points. :llara '5i5p
1M and 104 Accommodation
Union. Mo., and Intermedia:
points . . . .... taJnm litia-a
101 Accommodation B-tle. Mo..
and IntermedlsrV points. Fri
day. Saturday and Sunday... C:03 pm .........
10 Accommodation Balle. Ho..
and Intermediate ret U. Sat
urdav. Sunday and Mcrday 7-4Sa5i
107 and IPs Creve Coenr Local . ;:4-rm 'i 15 pa
ST. LOt'lS-PEORlT" LIXE.
ISee C P Jb SL l-
ST. I.OI'IS MPRCIIAXTS URIDINE TElt
MIXAL RAILWAY bUUURUAX TRAIW
EastbouLd Leav-e ElsMh ard Gratiot streets.
4-jHy I-O. SJI. t-JO r. n-. Except S'sndvr. 4)4.
i:l. 7d7. sat. 105. ii::j a. m.: Kaa. ::. iaj,
:0S p. m Staturdav ind Sundtv onlv 11:41 p. m.
Sunday orlr S:H. 7S. S?1 a. m.. U:iS
Leave Washington Avenue, dllb 1:4C 5:13. Jl
P. m. Except Sur..lsv. 4-os -- Y-41. ti'Z. I" ".
tlSI a. m.: 11-11 2an 4M4. Sxe p. m. Satunlvy
and Sunday only II .15 p ro. Sunday only 3:3.
7:os. s:ts a. m.; li:3 p. m.
Westheund Leave Orailte Cltv. dallv l:li.
?:. L-JS. 7:1J p. m. Exc-pt Sundav. 5:15, -r.
1SZ. S:14. S:f. M:r a. i. : S:. 4-JS. 7-12. J-lf
p. m. Saturday cclv 12:15 p. m. Sunday only
12:15. S:S3 :fx 10 "0 a. ax.. Sunday and Monday
onlv 12:15 a. m. Except Saturday aai Sunday
S:2 p. m.
Leave Madison, dally 1:15. 2:17. 52. 7:17 p. ro
Except Sunday-5:l. rf9. 7:e. S:H. 932. 1:
a. ro.; 2:27. 4:A. 91 o. m. Satnntay only 11:24
p. m. Sundav only 12:21. Svi. gS. WrtS a. ra.
Sprday nd Monday only -12 21 a. nv.
" TOLEDO. ST. LOL'IS AXD WESTERS.
ICLOVER LEAF ROUTE. 1
Train. Depart. Arrlra.
The Commercial Tra-eler"
Toledo. Buffalo and NVv Tork ij pra 7: ara
Toledo aad New Tork Express. m am $$ pun
Rigiier Aecoromflstlon ... .. etltim 3sanx
Train. Depart. ArrlT-
Contlnental Limited Detroit,
Niagara Falls. DaRali. New
York and Boston IrtOata TdJraa
Toleoo, Detroit. Niagara Falls.
Buffalo. New Tort and Bos-
tcn Expraw... .-. ... . ... g39 pm 7:S2aa
To'edo. Sew Tork and Boston
iaai mm 1:15 am JJOi,
Midnight Umlted -Detroit. Buf- a-a.ni
falo. New Tork and nrston...,IlS2pm 2:C9 nra
Toledo Local Evn--.. Tsiara tMpax
Banner Express Chleaeo e3:22am 7S)Jor
Banner Limit etl-ThJes go 105 pm 7:tJ Jia
MMslabt Limlted-cblcseo. 1122 pm Ml-Otam
lvn City Line.
Kansas Cltv Kxnreav ji am :oo Ba
Kansa. Cltv Fat Mtll 2:tl pm lJ-laS
Kansas city Umlted WIS ES SS
From Union Station
Council Bluffs and Creaha Ex-
pres .;...... . ............. eTtfl am l.sn am
Cannon Rail-Omaha !:nro 7ain
Ottumtta and Des Moines Ex- Mvm 'ra
Ottcrrwa. D. a Moleea and
Minneapolis Umlted -ipm lAia
West Moberly and Kansas
Ctty Lecai 7:v am (.insri
i't,,,lJ,, . ; SfiSpnftt:lSra
East-Deatur Wnl . :, pm mrfuaS
Klnloch Tark K:is pm .......
jrguson 2:4.-pm llpci
herguxrn .!:) pm t5:Opra
J erguson M:jj am
I ergus.ic ....... nouam,
From Olive St.eer Statlcn
K-?ar!" Hoam 1:45pm
Sf. Charles 15:10 pm niini
Xlti'oeh ................ ... .. .. H:4Jans
ricetn Ii-Kpm is-4am
Bnegeton t:is am 1:W pm
'""?-- s- am lOdOanx
Vlnloch I"ark 'lSpn
Ferguson ......................... rlopro t3:2ipni
Dixon. Mo.. July 7.-John J. Rulti and
Jus Alpha Rhea were mir'led here to
day by tl-e n-verend W. T. Pare.
Milwaukee. Wis, July 6.-A branch of tha
International Union of Commercial Trav
elers was organized here to-day with abiut
fifty members. Jamrs W. O'Brien was
Marshall. Ill . July SL Harry Miller and
Miss Rertha Terhunc of Terre Haute. Ind.,
were married here lat evening.
Is the joy of the household, for without
it no happiness can be complete. How
sweet the picture of "mother and babe,
angels smile at and commend the
, o-a t2vJs
- -w- ..-.