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THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY, JULY 14, 1902.
ROOMS FOR REST.
' LL parties looking for nloa single rooms. SI.
- . up. can Sail desirable rr.-nT-ortnri at
- t..tc Hoca-. southwest ccrn-r Ninth ana Plna.
A1T1ERT Ac. ISO-Large.
t-rr.,-Aej room. with bath.
airy and. rloely
BROADWAY, !j t Nice. large front room,
fer oca cr two gti.ts; single beds 11. bata.
BROADWAY. 165 aii ICI N. At "The. Re-.''
iwi'i r-x.ms. 2Sc. ten iwji, lie. tea rootas. Wo
"B.IOADWAT. 2T15 S-Nlctly furnih-a front
ivom. very neat ana airy, all convenience-;
cam A., 2is Two connecting treat rooms,
f'. Tilled t.r uufi.rolhed; will rtnt tingle cr tn
CHESTNUT St 1U1 A cumber ct newly fur
riehe". comfortable rooms; good vrntllatloa and
Very desirable; II week up.
CHESTNUT St . Kl Newly furalabed rooms:
all Irnprovemeats. southern exposure; teats or
coupi; :. up: quiet aai reyntablo.
rHOirrE.a" Aw. JU2 Large room. fara shed
rr-apie.:e xur rjonee;a.pxng: fcal
atb. lauodr. 12
i"HOITEAL" Av. 1109 Large rrt-nt room lor
r uple or housekeeping ; gas. bath, laundry $2-2.
CHOCTEAU Ave . 12-1 Vice, comfortable front
room for two; gentlemer ouly. e.ia. bath, ueiman
private family; no ehildrra
CHOCTSAl' Ave. Ws-I-irge ojtliem-expo-ed
room: also front room. t. clothe., ciaseta. bute..
fT gentlemen: II per twl each arte np
CRUUTEAU Ave.. l12-P.otimr for light heuse-l.--prng.
furnished. Jl 25 ap; unfurnished. Mc op;
connecting rroire. Webster. Kin, phone D 3.
COOK Ave. 4244-Renned private family. ele
gantly faraivd I nuse. reasonable tern
cook ave " '.Two unfurnished connecting
Tr.' ; gr.t Vu ke, pir.g. to quiet rouple wtth-
kXTton Ave. !" Fine rooms, seoocd floor.
X - :rh houekeefing. all furnished, only 12:
b. : rtith
" JETTON St SMS Comer Garrison. Nsr Es
t n -Fine front room, with alcove; facia park;
s -:rrn exposure, cool, hot bath: nicely far
DELMAR Ave . P5-Elegant alte of two
rooou swuthem xp-jure. secoad-Coor froat: not
nath eiectitc Ucbti. taree car Haea.
Ave . af Kleely faralbed room.
EIGHTH Si . Sll S. Cnfuralsbed rcoma fr
Bglt bounikeeplas. no children under IS
FK5HTH St. y" jr. Newl furnlehed room
at bji' rm:e fr the summer, free ba'C". French
rurar.t In connection.
e"';HTKEXTH sT7 IMS N. N!y fura.eJ
r -- nrtlmnen .J" huaekeeprag exery n--,-!.
R M rr wk
-KXTH St.. 1!M N-Xly r35?1;
e ' hv - trit rorm. o'taoi iui srmj-,
r-i. 'xTilj. cool and pleaaaat.
T.V UDAi" S- 5 Ktesantlv farn!fhd ec--r':
Mn'x nine 'nt fr.jit room, all convenience .
r- -tr.er ro-mier.-. private fsmil
F1JTEENTH ?t. 11J N. iforan Mc-ly fcr
r.itied front ard other nxm. bath. sae. etc.
a.i" wek and nj- ;o'et. rerpecteble
HSNET A 'WS-Xire roone for coup!.
lrTlemen rr la-tii emplyej; r"lv niraish'd.
FIVXET" A".. Sas Beautifully furrJ!i'd
T-cnie quiet cool, homelike, north and Mth
eipnum: all conveniences. Rentlmen pre
ferred. mrjCTATX We . I-ars? KOUthra-expoed
rm. "fani! n email park, bath: 11 con-
x eniTceii. Tajcable-
""fOI-RTBRSTH SS r"r 3 -Famished room,
fmrn O.nr: front parlor with bath; hot and cold
water, private honae
Av . KlS-Elerantlv forolenei:
FRNKt.IN Ae U Nicely furalhd front
vrskI1N Aif. lMS-Nleelv furniheJ front
riv - 'i r hcht bouskeepiaE. n tmrJ 2cwr.
!"r;NKlJN Ave.. ra3-Furnihd room for
i r t lisnt nou'ekptoi?. at 11 li to ii i"-r
v . reat and hlch'.y rerctabl-.
'TLNKIJN Ate.. :S. Near Garr!on-To
; -f. light roonw for Hrht houektilnr : itrlctly
. rt . pH-ate horse, adalu onlj . rf crencei
IAMBUS St.. Sl-Tvtn front rooms, first Soor.
1 .-nlhe.l ,- unforoithrd. ga luth laundry
-hr,1 i 4-r-rr
i.". C3P. luth
C N Choice, nicely fur
toozn. three open srreened
IlKht lwU"ei-plrsT allowtd
0RR1SON Av . m N Refln-J persons may
ft nice'- fnrntshed rocnw single or en suite.
r'virn conveniences. art-daj trvlce: all street
HICKORT St . W-l.ivelv fornlsbed rooms,
with hot and cold hath and gas
IACLEDE ve . Sli-Nicely fornlsted front
aid back rooms en. srocd Soor for gents or
". rM hruekeooBli:
tAWTON Ave . B!(-Second-Soor room, ce-.-Iv
furnlphed, aouthera exposure: hot bath, gas
tc-eens. 17 per month; private family: references.
MWT6S Ave . 5CS Two meely furnished
ro-ims for wd citleiaen or man and elfe: bath
r-4 atl x,nen-eires rtaecnsbi- tcsrd tf !
riKed rulet tosesvr: also rooms for lufct hcuH
kepicg. LZFFTNTvTXI. v . Itr. N One nicely fur-r'sf-l
f-ont room Fnt'emn r housekeplng;
LOCTFT St ISIS The Edwards) Elegantly
f jrtshed r-m. stncl or en suite; with all con-
UVI"ET. 2S1 Elegantly fumlfcd. large snl
e-:: -oms: all modem, pmate bath aad pn
"iin-FT St ti iNext to St Nicholas HoteH
? :- furnished, large and small rooms for gen
t - . - r-h nlr aeromnwlaticas. reasonable
L.T--5 At. ?3T Fine large frost and back
r ir- w!1 furnished: cheap rent
L""CAS Ave . sni Southern exponare front
r m rool and-pleasant; gas and bath, prices
UTAS Ave ttt (The Inn Rooms nightly: He
t' !: weekly Jl to S1.5?: baths free; Just
ri -sl and everything nw and first-Iass.
!,TNCH St 1M-Nicely farnlsfcsd front roea.
f -!hT exprur for gentlemen; clothes closets.
1 i'i a'l modern conveniences.
VOI1GAN St . IT Lovely cod rooms, single ar
t pje for light houekerlng. all complete;
I ' iunirv. refrigerator. 1LT5 up.
XCT'STEAB Ave.. Mil N. Two rooms; first
tir"E front room; strictly private family, flrst
c "'. h-ne for two cents: references reaulred.
X -2 p.-iubl-c
vfNTH St.. 11 N-El-gantly and newly fur
r ed front and othr rooms: new house: nst
a i cold Itatha: modern conveniences; reasonable.
""LIVE ?t . H54 Neat second-story front room:
K?-. 1t bath, one hall room; reasonable.
ouveT 33T Nice, large first ano scondfioor
f-nt ruenss; other rooms; southern exposure: hot
'LIVE St . ni Front and hack parlor, sult
r - e f( r doctor's nfnee and nthr rooms, all con-
""UfE St.. SUA Two connecting rooms, un-fv-rn:shd
or furnished, with gas rang, hath and
r,LIVE Su. KS-Tm verv desirable rooms ec-c-
1 story, water In both: two large closets and
Ji -ci. respectaMe qult place
"LIVE St., S3A Nicely furnished rtngle
r-m JI per rek, also large southrn exposure
ri "n with all conveniences; reasonable
'LIVE St . 1511 Fumlsta'd rooms for light
h .fkoerinc: alt- hall room. II M per week
'l.I F St . UK-1I20 inpposlte Exposltlon)-Ele-r-
and newly fumihHl front parlor, liaths.
'L1E St.. S63f Newly and elerantly fur-
. i-im irai pftvr; iwaa boot sronx. nouse
P'nj if de-tred. all modern onvenlences: rra-
'LIVE St.. 1K1 Eltgaatly furnished second
s' m front, also other large and small tooms
itbern exposure: bath. nar Union Put Ion;
FINE SB Elegantly furnished rooms;
- fv'T he summer.
riXU St.. SSS ITey rosms: new furniture:
f.---class, good neighborhood. "rates $2 to if per
"INT St . 320 Two wins, furnished complete
f "r ioul.ceplng. 12 50 wek. also front and back
pa'-'o-s. gents or ladles: gas. bath
FINE St . 2S2s Elegantly furnished second
s' '- front room for man and wife or gentle
rrtn. clos lawn and porch; modern. conveniences.
S'"HOOLSt IlA Nice umlh-J front room;
s J-ea exposure: one gentleman.
SEVENTH St.. 315 a Nicely furnished rooms;
ai oat enlences.
"OTXTH St.. IMS N- Ntcsly furnished rooms; 11
"" SIXTH St.. SIT N. Cbry house; rooms 15c, S5.
5- a lat . Jl per week up; 10c beds, a clean and
cornier"! ble place to stop; fre baths.
"SIXTEENTH St.. HISW N Two connecting
-n-u, completer furnished for housekeeping.
w ' a water, refrigerator, screens, etc ; tl weTc to
nrwTva ir ?s X. irtstweea Fins and La
clede! Nice recta with three large windows: sJso
sr-a.l room: bath, gas: first Soor: board If de-
""T LOTHS Are ISIS Nice, cool lootas. newly
famished, with bath, etc.; inltable for entls
Tn c- light hoosekteplBg; Tery reasonable-
SXTTE cf unfuralahed roozst: southern ax-
y-sare bay window; also furnished room: all
c a-enleaces. Address Mrs. T.. Camp Jackson
TJNTH St Hi X. Nicely furnished secend
rtcrv front and oier front rooms, suitable for
ireatlemea or housekeeping.
THIRD St.. t4 !'. Nlca. cool roonti: cleaa
and newly fu-clshed: en saltt cr single for
hoaselcMplng or gentlemen; cheap rant: frss
bath. , .
riVEXTT-SECOXD St.. 5) B-Two f-irnlshsd
frrat cccaectec rooms; light houseJteepmr:
southern exposure: bath; U waste.
" rmiXrr58fc.. W Xflcilr fnmlahed front
room: olteo. well kspt; fer eat, H-S, or two. Tie
west each: estranea Loccst at.
W,J5-XUT BL. SU Xleilr furnished front
reca. suitaWt fer two: alio roota for light
hoasetocsiag: tst?. reaacgabla.
"WALinrr SU WO ntgaatlr fornlshadao-end-door
froet roams, fer ccusla or rsatfstn
also two unfurnished rooms; no children; all een-
L rnTliiiaft-'riilm1 tffmnmlktnmti'
TO tET FOR BCSESESS PCRPOSES.
i'1-i-llT.-li-jn.q-u-j-L-.-.-- - ..... eeo.i.Wi' ! " wss
Three connecting offices on 2d floor
(northeast corner) of Republic Build
ing, 7th and Olive Streets. Inquire at
1COOM FOR HEAT.
WASH St . ITU Nicely furnished front and
other room for light housekeeping, also baa
room. larc- lawn: juttrn vipoeure
WASHINGTON Ac . llIS-Fln- furnlsnec ironi
and tack rooms. .htap rvnt-
WASHINGTON Ave . iSOi Kumlsted rooms,
first and se.-unl Soors all conveniences, also s-x-&ad-s:or-
WASHINGTON Ae . :rT-Lorge second story
front, southern exposure, other ropm. frum JI
"WASHINGTON Ave J4 Beautiful -cen"-stori
front room also connecting rucm-. all -on-enisaces.
WASHINGTON Ave.. S-Two delightful
treat rooms; nicely furnished, eecua- SJxr. gas.
hot bath: southern cxpwsur
WASHINGTON Ae. JSS- lee!y oh! mum:
e&uthera exposure. priate famli). also rooms
for housekeeping, use of i-arlois
WASHINGTON Ave.. i:S Handsomely fur
nished cool. large and small rooms baths: spe
cial rates for summer . beautiful parlor fur
WASHINGTON Ave . a Beautiful second
storj front, with alcove; modern, southern ex
Pvorjre. telrphcne. two bc-ls; for to or text
gsctlemen. Mrs Croora r
WEST BELLK PLA-'E TS-T o coanectlng
rooms, with all four expesures. sjltable for gen-Uem-a:
ROOMS WITH JQO.VRD.
CTJANNING A e Il N - VJ-el
front rrims breaatsst If desired
CIMNNING Ti6 N. Tomer Lu-ss Sercnt!
floor rocm ard ljrd. all coniaiviccs. l-rivte
CLEVELAND Alt. 3-U iTjIer Fl.e- Small
family uwrlcg modera borne will tent front rvom
"COOK aTc S2 For geatleraea. nice, cool
room and good board.
DELMAR Ae . -st4-CirelT furnished front
noza: g.xd beard; all convealeacts. gentlemen
; Room with b"ard. gas and
GARRISON Ave . ? N -Elegantly furnished
second-story rooms, with dre-slnc-rocm attached,
in tlegant home, centrally located, wiiera
house, southern exposure. German cooking
HICKORY St.. 1S14 Nicely furnisbed rooms,
with board, for two gentlemen in private fam
ily, all modern conteniem.es. reasonable.
KBNNETT Place. 1111-Newly furrl-hed rooms:
southern exposure: excellent taUe board: lrlalty
T.iri.Ti' .'Tn Ave ZT0" (Opposite Park) New.
Iv furnl'hed second-story rooms, southern expo- 1
sure, suitable for one or to gentlemen, txcei-
L1NDELL Boulevard. JO Rooms with up-to-dsle
fumlsalngs: table and location the best.
IjOT"7T St TvT Neatl furnished roms. with
buard. southern exposure, terms ressonsWe
LOCUST St U1--17 (The , MeDermott) lerg
and small rooms, southern exnoure. Cr-t-dsss
table and s-rvice Tel. Msln 10MM.
LOCt'-ST St-. 211 Nicely furnished rooms, with
or without board: ladles cr gentlemen accom
modated by day. week cr month.
LOCUST St . 1424-Board. with rooms; visitors
and day boarders accommodated, all raodrrn
com ealences. Mrs. M. A. Thomas.
LOCUST St r-12-NlceIy furnM-ed room.
with board, for two. IT per week aoud talle.
boarders accommodated without rooms.
Iyfn'ST et liia (The Clark) Desirable rooms
neatly furnished, good table beard, all modern !
lUlllKUICUj .J M ii" a.. .. ..u.,.h..
New ly furnished room.
LUCAS Ave JDr-Beautlful. newlv furnlsl-d
frost parlor and second-Soor front, w.th or with
out flrst-ciass beard, conveniences. ressoole
LUCAS Ave.. 2TJT Nlcelv furnished seccnl
fljor font room, southern exposure, suitable fu
two gents: flrst-class beard: sbuthern txioklng
MARYIAND Ave . Two pjeasant t tn.
with or witlrout board convenient to car line
4J Large. tnijm-.'
ri -els board, tin' bat.'t.
furnished frwit room flr-lls
filtered wster. private family
MrPHEKSON Ave. We-Tso furnished r.eti
with board, southern exposure, reference -x-changed:
MORGAN St-. S42T Cool roKn, with gtd
board: summer rates.
MORGAN St . 2300 Good room, with board;
large porch and lawn.
OUVE St . 24J3 Nicely furnished second-floor
rooms with first-class beard; 14 per week
OLIVE St 241 Newly furnished front parlo
and other nice rooms; southern exposure: good
board if desired: tranlents accommodated.
OLIVE St . 2S2S Newly and ele-stly rur- I
nlshed front parlcr; southern exposure;: 14 W J
.. -.!- e..l if desired' all modern CCn '
r. -.--. . -. -
PINE St 2TS2 ITfce LefflngwellV-Nice, large,
airy, furnished rooms, with board If desired:
nice lawn; modern convenlencea, terms reasona
RAYMOND Place Two nl-ely faml'hed rrrjrr.s
for gentlemen In private farollv. break fast if de
sired refe-ences required. E T2. Republic-
SEN'ENTH SU 11U 3. Nicely furnished front
rem. also ether rooms, with board If delred:
SPRINO Ave S22 N. Nicely furnished front
room, second floor, for gentlemen.
,PRINO Ave S5S N. (Corner Olivel Front
room for two genu or couple; also hall room:
THREE rooms, with board, for gentlemen cr
married couple, hot or cold bath; well llghtrd
and ventilated and well fural'hed Call at SJM
St. Vincent ave.. St Louis, Mo.
WEST BELLE. 11S Two nicely furnlhed second-story
rooms, with board: references ex
changed. WASHINGTON Ave,
iclth or without board.
K2S Furnished rooms.
WASHINGTON Ave . 1T Second-story front
room furnished; srlth board, sou'hsra exposure,
WASHINGTON Boulevard. 25" Plssant loam
with cr without board, large, shady yard, beau
tiful home for rummer.
WASHINGTON Avs . 2SJT "TS Antlers" -Large,
clean rooms, with board, best location,
extensive lawn: excellent service: central.
"WASHINGTON Ave . 323 Handsorrsly fur
nished room, southern exposure: superior table
board; very reasonable.
WASHINGTON Ave., ait Nicely furnished
room with good board and service, southern ex
posure: detached house; modern: homtllke.
WASHINGTON Ave . 211 Nicely furnished
rooms; modern coav. and Srst-clas board, home
cocking: tabla boarders accommodated.
"WASHINGTON Ave7""l (The Alta YlstaV
Thrca elegantly furnished secand-Soor. connect
ing rooms, bath adjoining, board It derir-d.
WAPHINOTON Aie- - Beautifully far
nlihed. -outhern exposure, conneettng roor-s:
excellent board: coolsft rooms in city; gentle
WASHINGTON Ave . 311 Nicely furnished
frcnt room, also other rooms; best of t able
board, southern exposure, detached bouse, day
WELL-FURNISHED, large front room, south
ern exposure with or without board, private
Jewish famllv Wet End. for young man. terms
moderate p. TS. Republic
WEST BOLE 4051 Hall room with Brat-class
WEST BELLE Pile-.
tVA Tarrs rooms, with
board: couple cr gentlemen: referencea required.
WEST BELLE Place. 444 Family hotel-, new
ly furnished rooms, single or en suite; first-class
board and accommodations: special rates to par
ties of five.
WESJ" PINE Boulevard Southern exposure,
.econd-stcry front also second-story back, west
of Vandeventer F K. Republic.
ROOMS AXTJ BOARD WANTED.
COCNTRT board by two ladles and two small
girls, near St. Lculs. must e.!ve good references.
F. E Bocker.SJl Bank ct Commerce building
FOR REST, APARTMENTS, FLATS.
..-- -. -.n 1 j -L- L - - -in L -irw
OREER Ave.. 4I14A-F1va rrxima riath watee
closet, hot and cold water, gas. laundry, rent
OREER Ave.. XSIT Six-room Sat, hot and cold
water, bath. fUrnmct cabinet mantels, elegant
laws and screens.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES.
FTtANTCLIX Avs-. Sll-Stert. Just west rf "The
Boston": eievate-T: flpe tight. Inquire 43 Se
en ritybuIldlBgKl-ht Tiffany, trustees.
FOR RENT, MISCELLANEOUS.
CTOTrrXAU Ave. ISU-NIce Urge stable, pan
try and wash stand; good far carriage.
GOOD barn and wajrea shed: aceastrno-Btiert.
far t-a heria: rent rsaacnabU. 411 Fairfax ave.
HOUSES. ROOMf, ETC. WAJITED.
Tr Saae fit- TAeJa- tsm So-ma iiiui-.t-- .-- I
hoasekeerlng. south of St. Leuls are.: state
prtca. B . -UirahUc. f
woo -..--.l ..; I
"-TELTE.11001I modern heuaa wir- . hiM.
for four or Svt hr-rj-, and vohlclas; paust be -west
f Oraved avs. P Tl. RspaUla.
- ' w ,Tm?mfniA mayvm
I'MMPKOVEU CITV rnOPEHTY FOK
LA SALLC t . 336 Three-room house, ba
meat, lot jsaUt: la guod condition: stable
SIXTH St.. S. (Near Bites St-V-New ttres
room brick house; large kitchen; bargain.
KEAI. CiTATC WA.VTED.
to tu a fl.e-room boui-e. boualtJ t-Ma
---", s? T ! Uaej.ill.
tat& :. T
rAlUIs FOK SALK.
,-ll - - -I , I lll ll I III- l I -. - I.I ll I I I l-ll-
-.4o-ni.ro fruit farm. 2.0HO nne t-srlng sp:e
tre-. K'ade.1 '.ta fruit, a snap. 11 25m S f .
farnu TO in ctllttvatinn r vsd on card:
-a..e ind fair l-ulldlngs. r better f .r !.
t . Mansfield. Mo
V"i'ssjJsr''srJs-f,--LJ-.i-0-u-j-uT-L- u j'i ri -ir
KXIGHTS OF" VYTHIAS.
ACME LODGE. NO. SU. K. OF P..
meets eierr Taeday evening at $ o'clock
sharp tn Barllngtot bulldlnt. ! OHvs
street. Work 'ei vlm alnn fin hand
Visitors- cordially Invited and members expected
to attend. FRANK BERRY. C. C.
Attest: G W. Clifton. K- cf R. S-. No.
mASt Louis avenue.
CASTLF HALL OF MONITOR
Lodge No t K cf P . meet every
Tharsdav eve i'nr In Tenturv bulldtng.
Ntrth ad o:,ve streets where visiters
are cordially lc .ted and memlers errected.
FRE1 L PFISTER. C C.
W J. Otto. K CI R. i ?.
CASTLE HALL ROBERT E. COWAN
No 111. K of P Wet Hall Century
Building. an." Oitve Stret---02
Mordav iu!-- a' S n m. sharp Work
In rank cf Esquire v-r-cr ordlallv Iniited.
K E ilANAHAN C C.
A'tes- Henrv II Ijiebbert K cf R. ?-
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. 22a. K. OF
P . meets everv Tuesday evening at I
o'clock. Ea' Hal!. Century buildinr.
NInti and Alive afreers Tuesdsv even
ing. July Ii . 'n r.nk ..f Knight All ra i
lers rejted o be present: good time, lslt
crr wel -n- TIKIS W SHA.W. C. ".
J F. D-n-rv. K. cf It. 4 S.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 2S K. OF P .
meets every Wednesday evening at oi
Fellows Una. N"V 2. Ninth ans mve
stree's Work In rar.k of Esoulre. slt-
ors and members are eordlallv IntSted.
H A. GALLANT. C. C
Afest: II R. EerxeL K cf B, 4 S No. 3TU
TT ST,..-! .b..iSl.l fem --
i. 'vis.lfr.g n'gts fa-
terr.l!v Invited WM L. EL LEK. -- C
W A R -!-. K cf K S
QOLOCfl GOIJ.EN CROWN I1DGE. NO .
j-t meets eve-v Fridaj ienlEC. Hall N'
i 2 t-ntn rlr uf Century bul-dmc
"v''P. Ninth apl Olne .fee's W-T In
5Q -ank . f KnlgM Friday July 1 A.I
nembers estrted ttture ct'dally
CROWN invited 3 II MILLER. C C
Htnzyf Scott. K.of R. & S
- puitir tniwr vo SA4 K. cf P-
Meet eve-v Wednedav evening In tn
turv bu'ldirg. Ninth and Olive streets.
Memt.e- evt'e-ted and visitors cordial'y
invited. Work in the Esquire rank Wednesday
-e-i.2. Ji.i 1C, ard dlstrt'i.tlon of lrkt
t" exvuricn S - nvGERS. C. C.
.t W .-arrpl-11. K. rf R & S'
PARAGON IXIIK5E. NO. S. K OF T, -Ies
eve-v Tuesdsv evening In Hall No.
5. uM Fellows' I'tilldlnc. Ninth and Olive
...a... .-&. Tuir eanV- rf Page.
Members e,r,te1 and viMiors..cor;lial y in.tteivj
tiK'1 l unr.i r i a v i
Attest. Fran. JciT&m. K. CI K. b.
PREMIER IvODGE. NO 219. K OF P
- Regular meeting everv Thursday even
,rg at ball N" I. Old Feil.ws' building
Member are rrauesttd to ! pr ent
i:t'.ts twrdialli invnei
.NO A. URUNER. C -.
J F W -e K. 't II & S.
RED (ROSS LODTE; NO. S4 K OF
meets Vicunesaav mgnx at veaa rei-
Hail Ntrtn sa.j uiive streets. ju:y
v I. TRt'CKENMILLER. C. C.
IL W. rieid eg. K of R & S.
7fLEM IjODGE NO XI. K OF P.
m-ets Monday evening July 14. In H'l
No 1 tenth finr onturr bultdlrc a: s
e rt'rlr t!er--lar eonrenllon. Members
expe-ted ard vIslto:s "-ordtsllv tnvitM to attend.
DOCTOR L E LEHJ.IHEf.ti. C C.
Attest- O L Brocks, K. cf R. i S.
I?DEFEmiDE-.T OHDEIt ODD FELLOW!
WILDE Y LODGE. NO 2. I O O.
F . meets Tuesday evening of each
week at Hall No L Odd Fellows
Lul.dicg corner N.rth and Olive, at
clock. InstallatlTi of ofaeers Visitors cor
dially lavlted J F. PKITUIAKU. N o.
Herman Heuser Secretan
BROTHERS OF PRIDH OF THE
-IV..I irre. No 1S. I r O F
Sua . u,,,...! n aftM tv. Snnersl
irr cf ear deceased cro'her. James Pat
terson Meet at ar hall, at I '. p m. r,e-ernn
ard F-ankl-n av-nue ours "Tj.
F S Bean. Secretary
EIIQBTI Or CtJLCMBC,
MARQUETTE COCNOU NO
tC. Knights of Columbus meets
everv second and fourth Tuesday
in the West Hill. Century bu Id
lag, Ninth and Olive streets Vis-Ulna-
knigM. cordially Invited.
W L. MEE. Orand KnlrhL
F i. Leonatd. Recorder
" ST LOUIS COUNCIL. NO 7a
meets every first and third Tues
day at W.t End Hall, southeast
corner Finney and Vandet enter
avenues Visiting knights ar
Jos. C Carroll. Jr.. Recording
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GRAND COUNCIL. MISSOURI.
Royal Arcanum. ses-Ili Holland
Building a cordial welcome to rlr.t
crs. friend., brethren and members
fr-n abroad. F II. BACON. O R.
Jere Haldeman. Acting Grand Secy.
CARR LANE COUNCIL. NO. . fa
Iic3l Arcanum, meets first and third
M ndavs of each raar.th at West End
HalL Vnd"venter and FInnev avee'.ie
Members will pl-ase attend. Visitors frum other
councils ccrdlally invited. Fine music and ea
tertali.ment at every meeting.
HORACE D BARNEa Regent
J H. Dann. Secretary
COMPTON HILL COUNCIL, NO. US.
Royal Arcanum, meets first and third
Mcndays of each month at Anchor HalL
corner Jefferson and Park avenues, at a
Visiting brothers fraternally Invited to at-
S. 11 (tiraiUAN-. Reeent-
VANDEVENTER OUNCIL. NO 12M,
IL A mels second and fourth Tues
days of each rruJith at Marten's Halt.
Chculeau and Manchester avenues. Vis
itors cordlaily .nvi:ed to attend.
A. B. LEWIS. R,
Ttos J McTVirmack Secretary
FRATERNAL OHDEIt OF EAGLES.
fc"a --- ..-. .,.-y , , 1 -1-)r JL-. j
ST IA3UI3 AERIEl NO L FRATER.
nal Order cf Eagies, will meet oa the
second Wednesday of July and August.
Beginning with September 10 meetings
will be Said earh Veneeae ar C B erv.
at Havlln's Hall, sixth and Walaut atreeta.
CONRAD KEMPF W. P.
Jno. A. Gernex. W Secretary. IwTT Chestnut st.
'"'----------- i'i'i -in-.- a.
MOUND CITY carvrrr. .-n .u
National Union. ir,t(j en seccad and
fourth Fridays each month at How
ard's Hall, corntr Garrison avenne and
Olive afreet- at 1 o'elorw v mr.
lag. July 11. Award for attendance.
... v. . t- e, r- - a-''. Presldeat.
Richard E. Berger. Secretary.
KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF SELL'RITT.
'""' -s.ssjaw.siaa-aa-s.ai --- ., . , j-xrrirxr L ' .1 Lrsnjll Ifim
SXCUJUTY COUNCIL. XO. 4. KNIOHTS
an Ladles of Security, meets every Mondar at
p. ra. Open meetings second Monday in each
racaih. Phoenix Hall. Jefferson and Cass ave
nues. Visiting knights and ladles assured a cor--"ft1
"4!,t-Tn-e, "iiJ- TARLING. President.
Mrs. Gussle Hart. Financial Secretary.
lsA Lanla street.
" i"i aitiarsa
s.jtiVJJl.-SO ELK TRIBE. NO. .
Intpreved Orftr cf Red Mea. roeeti
txtrr Tfcnrtdar sleep at Druids HalL
-c-sthta-t comer Ninth and Market
sTxeeTs. r irsx nursday of each moon.
sane; a.rjiu e-kM-,.. ee-- . . jTT
ieti'ri.!gTX 7m-J -"T. Warrler'a de
j-rse: .third -Ilcr-day. C-J-r, de-rset-fmrrtl
-2fi'"J',T- i-A. -vTsltlng Ait-, tart,
to our councils
WALTER C MOORS, Pache-a.
ae. ecctu. a ot e lito wash -Stit.
JLXCIKST nuti Ajr
AOCTtrnSD If AIOTIL
S-l- - -' -" ..- ... -M.n.'.rL--.-jn-
r.ELLEFONTAINE nnvit. snrtt
. Chapter. No. S Stated cocrjCitlGn tals
Vondavt' -eveninr at a .(!- wrrv 11
i Mart Master degree. yiitjra weU.om.
j ii. uu-. Act. H. r.
Aug. GandUch. Secrtury.
COSMOS LODGE. NO. 2a. A. F A
1 Hecular communleat'c-. im. (M .n-
cay) ctenlniT at Grand ard Finney ae-
nu- WoTa on E. A. ".t Vlslfar-
cordially Invited o atttad
cc W. G ESSMt-ELLER, V. M.
Eden lUed. Eecstary. T.Z Locust at.
A GE0RG12 WASHINGTON LODGE. NO.
eaTer J. A. F. i A. M.. will hoU a stated
JV ccrrimsalcauoa at t c'riwk Ta-sdar
' .renlag. July 22. !-. at Masonic Temple.
Grand and rtnney avenues. Work in the First
degree. Members are urged to attend. Visitors are
frsternally Invited. A. L. MARION. W. M.
nenry uaoa. aecrviary.
a Missouri chap:
A M Stated convc-jit
)g 2r evening at t o"ckck.
V Visitors invited
MISSOURI CHAPTER. NO. 1. R. A.
mtc'uit.n th. (Ui'Sdavl
t'cluck. Kjal Arch degree.
GEO T MATTHDWS. High PrlesL
C S. Dickie, secretary.
A. M - Stated con
"Vf evening at S o rl
a O130 T MA
MISOL'IU CHAPTER. No 1. K A.
comocati"n t'.ls (MtMa
irkHic iit - ini:u.
lATTHHvlS. High Prlet.
S li'-kle 'e:
MISSOl'RI LODGEL NO. LA F. A- A.
M Stated communication on Taursdav.
Ju'r 1? at 7:31) n. re. Connthjan Hal'.
Grand avenue Maaonte Temple. M. M
degree Members are requested and visiting
brethren f-aternally mvlt.d I alien i.
'HAS MiLriAN. W. M.
J.a H. Deems. Seeretar.-
KSIGHTS OI HONOR.
LINCOLN LODGE. NO (W K- nr
-i H . mt the aer nd ard last Monday
or eacn cwmn at uoeancn Hall, s
Nonh Seventeenth street All Kaicht
cf II nur Invited.
EMIL MEYER. Dictator franklin ave.
Adolph KuehL Reporter. ITS N. Teath st.
Gi to tha Churrh cf O-xl. stu'.hwest comer cr
Thirtesath and Bnt"n sts We do not beUv
In ataalsTamatlon with the negri IT-acnlac every
unda at i p tn J hn Cherr. pa."tT
EAGLE PACKET COMPANY,
The: Only Mde-W heel Mrurocrs For
CAPE GIRARDEAU, COMMERCE
And all way latuirgs. Leave var.bc.t, foot of
Vlr st. Sir APE G1RARDEA''. Mondays and
Str GREY EAGLE. Weda'sdiys and Satur
dav. a p m.
Hound Tr.p to Commerce. JS.&X Including
. Mls aaj
Round frip to Cape Girardeau. 13 03, Berth.
Making a special excursion on Saturdays, ex
changing boats at Grand Tower, returning: by
5-tr 'ape Gtiardeau. arriving at XL Louis Moo
day rrwrntng. Round trip, lacludlrg meals and
tr. Bald Eacle for I'ecrla and all way land
Irr. Wednesdsvs and Saturday. 4 pm.
J ten- Main -i II W. LETHE. Agent.
co Li-Mill t PACKfrr coip.y.
Firr freight and One passenger accommodations.
TS oniv regular Me Genevieve si. Marys ant
Leaves every Tuesday Te rday and Saturday
tt 4 p m frcro Lee Line wharft'Oat.
Rjund trip. U. Inluilng meals and room.
III'NTKB IIK l-KIV Genera! A'thL,
Phone Main 1S. Kal-b A TU.
St. Louis Chester Cape 6i.an.aau Line.
STR. CITY OF SHEFFIELD.
Will leave' wharfbeat. fact rf Pine street, Men
dsys. Wednesdays and Frldav at 4 p. rr, for
GianJ Tower and all landings. v
Win ravs Tuex'ays. Thursda anJ Saturdays at
4 p. m. for Cip Glrarde.u anJ all principal
wJ?1!t' .. Qa,fA '"?''. .IT" utnmodatlna
Phones. Mam 4iA at! A 112.
JOHN E MA.-SINGAI.K. Agent.
v, ..... ..j Tp-n--p- D,.3e p,.upi p
.-..---- ...... ..m.i wv
fsrrnt Tenoeee Rlvrr Home.
Excursion Season Now Open.
Sir. (Ill OK CLIFTON.
Only JI2 rmnl tnp.
Will leave wbarftoa . r l Pia. ,
st-ee Mondav. Julv 14. at L n.
u fjr Cafe tl rard-au. Cair-. Menwpe. . !',.
i.-ib and a'l iarev.. tn Terneeee laeer to
l,i ro. Ala JSO E. MASSENGALE. Ast
Phone Main 4tA anJ A 112.
LEE LINE STEAMERS.
To Memphis. S7.0O Hound Trip. 31U.OO
Includlrg Meals and Berth.
For Chesfr. Grand Tsr, Cape Giratdeaa
Cairo. Mempbla. Helena, bieenvlllr. Vicksburg
aad Natder. taklnh Height f-r all way 'asjdia.
ttls tide of New Orieans and landings xji Arkaa
sa River to lice IlluR
R-e Iv.. Tuesday. J'.Iy Hip a
1'eters Ie. Friday Jul.. IS. . p. m.
From wharfi-it. toct uf olive t
Phcnes: Main VZ Kiuocn A TU.
W E Alblla Com. Agr.- D. M Connors. Gsa
DIAMOND JO LINE STESMERS.
Meals and Berth included.
Every Saturday to Keokuk,
Iowa, and Return. S6.CKD.
Every Tuesday to Burlington,
Iowa, and Return, S8.00.
A delightful three anJ four days' cutlng.
. ---- , For IVrpIeton. Hamburg. M'-aJer's.
Lf3f-r Clarksvi.'e. Louisiana. Ilann'bai.
--taata-ai 6jln'-i. Keokuk. Nautoo. Frt Madl
sen and BurHnst -,
Leaves Tuesday. July IS 1 p. m.
FOR ST. PAUL
And Intermediate Points
STR. RUIIIQL'E. Thursday. July IT. 4 p. tn.
JTH. Ql'IMTV. Tuesla. J -ly . 4 p. ra
From TTharfbeat, foot ef Washlrgton avenue.
Phone Mala 244TA. L P. LUSK- Qen. Agt.
Steamer Belle of Calhoun,
The only regular Calboua County pviket, leaves
wharf boat, loot of Locust st-. Wednesdays and
Saturdays at 4 r m f-vr Calhrun County land
ings, round trip "., Excursion through to Lru
Isiana every Saturday. It. und trip. . lac udlns
meal and berth LAWRENCE MAiIsONALD
Phone Main 232 Genera! Agert
St. Louis and Hermann Packet Co.
. "f-5e Leaves foot cf Carr street Tuesday.
Lot" t. July. Ii. at 4 p m.. for Washing:, n,
eSritiST New Haven. Hermann. Jefferson City.
Sandy Hock Giles aad all way landings.
Phone Main 22. General Agent.
The Metal Markets.
New Tata. Jillv !. General COndi'.IOTj In th.
metal market were omharaed. The volume .f
business was light, as usual on a Saturday, but
It was for the roost pan at full rale. Hie pre
vailing prices are as follow: Tin-Spot to Aug.
125 yeg2s TS Corner -Standard, spot to Aug. Ill iJ
tll.T-.. Uke llftflf 1. el-et-..iytle tllSl-5.
casting HLTewllK Lead II 12s. spxiter I 12
lrv.n was very Quiet and tenuing In fav..r vt
New Tfta. July 12. toffee Sput Rio nnl-t.
No. 1 InvvHc il.e. mlU. quiet. Cordova '(ril'rt-C-jffee
Cloned Irregular, with prlie unchanged
to ie stints higher, after which there was little
further change drsilte the fact that trade was
heavy up to the cioslrg room-r't. The shorts
and the bull clique w.re large bujers. while lra
purters sold freelv The clique bt,yinr was caiefly
In tbe near Iiltls. nctablv Sept. Foielgn mar
ket news was a trifle better than expected and
helped to strengthen bull t-.n-.9dence here, though
heavv receipts In Brazil to -time extent tffeet
the market news At the d .se the maiket was
steady and net unchanged tu t points higher
Tctal sal. were 43.it bags, including July at
4 S9c. Aug at 4 rSI."C. Sect- at 4eB4.r Or.
at 4.ic. Nov. at 4.ie. Dec. at HJt.cJc, jin. at
;.Mc. March at S.-sc. May at ..etrt.lic.
New York. July 12. There has been a dull
close to the dry good., market this week. Prices
are withrut change In brewn. bleached aaj
coarse colorad cottons. Prints are steady and
ginghams firm. American cotton yarns la fair
request, weak and Irresmlsr Worsted yaras
steady with fair demand. Woden yams quiet
Linen and lute varus firra.
Hunt- of Spain's Report.
Madrid. July IJ. The Bank of i-pala'a report
for the week ended yesterday shows the follow
Gold In hsad increased 1J0.0O1 pesetas. Silver In
hand decTeaed . Cy pesetas. Notes In clreu
latlon increased 1,-CS.mO r-atas.
The cioslrg quetattens cf gold yesterday were
Frntcliey Made Commercial Agent.
M. P. FTutchey has ien appointed com
mercial agent ot the C R. & M.. with head-cniarter-i
at 33 Marquette buildinr. Chicago.
Appointment Is effective to-day.
Proved by the Bard.
Benham: "As Shakespeare says. "Etch
man In hi, time plays many parts." "
Mrs. Benham' "So men lived double lives
even In Shakespeare's day." New York
ni-ai isii.H-.Jslijr'iitiar-awi.iian ,i
Uise iu Stock Attriltutud Tartly to
1'bysical Juiprovemeut and
Growtli of Territory.
PENN'S WESTERN REPORT.
Iast Fi.-cal Year Shows lucrvau of
l'ouiteeu 1'er LVnt in Uross
lIKtoun Pacific earnlnsi continue to sbow
cains. and the ovclaralton of the usual
vmtannujl dividml o "3 ner cent a few
days ago cama an a matter of courv. Vari
ous 5HruIatlvi and other reasons hao
len given for th late rise; In Missouri lo
ciflc. In imiiroiement In the phyjica! con
dition of th pro-serty the ai!Qunbtrat!on is
making; an exceltec: record.
For two or three; year llr. Rust-;II Hartl
Ins. th third vicc preld'enl and general
manager, has made annually the oHcUl
-vateDHmt that "the iHcy of the tnanaKe
merit has hevn to brinE the physical condi
tion of the property and equipment to such
a standard as will re-pond to the require
ments of the most economical handling: cf
u constantly Increasing volume of trattrc."
Erf irts in this direction have been concen
trated to a considerable extent since IM ,
uvxik ir.a main ni.e ot trie St. louis. irea
ili.unt.iln and Southern between Popttr
Ii!utf. Mo . and Trxarkana, Tex , St mile,
and upoti the little Rock. Mississippi Kiv-T
and 'texas o:isl n. between Littie Rock
and line Hlurf. Arte besides the elimina
tion ol curves act the sltenztnemni; of
bridges, the trojevt. well considered awi I
taiciullv lollovved out. has been to redaco .
the maximum gruae between 1 oplar Bluif j
and lexatKana to -tx-tentns per tent. .Mucn
of this mileage ha been ballasted aireadv,
and thorough baiiasimg will be completed
throughout as v.x;-ejitiuusiy as condition,
L wn tr.e adjustment cf grades on the
miieHue here .nJka.wl. mciuuing the Little
Hook-Pine. Uluft section, in the last Ihre?
calendar tsars, about Ji.T.t'-J was expensed
fur moving earth. rj-.i"j for aliening, r.i'
lug track and widening embankments and
Jle.'.- tor balla.ing. as long ago as ls2ei
the grade reductions In Arkansas nad maae
Ios8iDle a conslderalHe increae In maxi
mum trainload In-tween Newport and little
Ruck. U li th- Imptuvemtnts had in
creased tn cjoiiii s engine capacity be
tween Newport and Utile Hook to the ex
tent i'f nfieen .wdeu cars per train. At
the close of 1 trains of l.t-) tons were
handled north of Ijill- Rock, a against
li.mj ion t el ore the beiterm-nts were un
dertaken. Hetwten Little Hock and Mat
rn tne tonnage had increased irom M
tons) to Ltsls ton:', and Between Malvern and
Trxarkana from ?1J tons to MO tons. At tne
present time the rating from Poplar Hlun
tl.rough to Texarkana is I.Bju ton., as com
puted with lkm tons norta of Little Rock.
sc) n-n from I.ttle Hock to Malvern and
sU lent, from Malvern to Texurkana live
years ago (n tne latlle Hock, .vlisssstppl
Jtiv-r anu Texas an increase of 25" tons per
train in nurti.iouiid tramc was roa-ie pos-
b.e by the srade reductions of u-.j and
. ne resulting Lenefltii may now be read In
figures .f frtight train loading. In which a
urge increa.-e ha been svured, partly
thri'iich nsure careful luadttis of cars and
(sartly thrju'h the posibiiliies of heavier I
uiiu muvement. jtr. iiarillug summarize
th- figures for 1I in the statement that the
"very lini-'rtant matter" of sex-urlner heav
ier loading per car an., its resultant nravier
tons L-r train ' has. had tiue attention."
TM is manliest, ma-murh as the revenue
toi. nniisre or H.jl ait 1-u-liAi -. .. r.tj -
I...K;. .'r'l ter oei.t cieater than tn IS". I
while at 1"..( mile's, the freight train !
mileage was only .. mile, or 5 a per
ent larger than :be year liefore. Similarly.
in. I.'Jmg companv freight with revenue
triht. to J-ierralne the actual movement
of load. t..tal ton milage increased 13.1 per
teat, wiih tne treignt train, mileage an
above Ktre.sed In icrm of tralnloadk and
eariiMliI. the total tralnioail. rer.nu. Irelirnr
and company freight together.amounted to
;m la i. i iu l?u. a- against 25. t tons In J
f." tne incnsas- nr Ji.ti tons teing lx- per
"-nt. In th- ame ea- ,nr avera.e loaded
carload liereased I. is tons, from IS." Ions
to . ion, or 7.S per cent. Mr. Harding
ados that "there ha been but a slight in
crease, in the aven.g'e number of loaded
can- per train. IT in Kn. as agalnt W 52
Jr. If-', the ln-rea-e In the trainload coming
lararelj from heavier carloadlng."
The forecoinc item are those of ch'ef
significance in con-ldering the relation he
tvveen the company' bridge recontructlon.
grade reduction and motive power enlarge
ment, on one hand, and the transportation
economies on the other. But incidentally It
should be mentioned that in Missouri Pacific-
present practice the importance of
securine the heaviest possible carloadlng;
has a leading place Careful attention has
been given for the last two or three ye-rs
In particular to the leading of merchandl-e
earn at th larger stations. The returns
show for twenty-tnree of these stations on
the Missouri Pacific system an Increase
from an average lading of HUTS pounds ptr
car during the last nine months cf l:o to
I0J91 pounds per car for the year 11. Thl
average Increase f 716 pounds is equivalent
to T.W per cent. Incidentally, also. It may
be mentioned that of late years marked
gains have occurred In the proportion of
home car mileage to the total car m.Ieag
on the system lines.
The expenditures and the results hsre out
lined, it will b understood, of course, are
given as an Index merely, and not as a
summary of the Missouri Pacific's opera
tlonsi In the flew under review For im
provement! of property and equipment, all
told, the company expended In 1501 iS.0sj.
the principal Items being fl.tn.0f for grade
reductions and changes of line. fJTtVO) for
new steel and masonry bridges, JeOO.W for
station and other buildings and CM.a.0 for
Rd-lUonat side tracks. Such outlays were
not determined upon -p make good de
ficiencies In ordinary maimer anc. but to
supplement maintenance expenditures,
which of tr-em-elvesi were quite sufficient to
satisfy normal demands. These various
facts, taken In connection with the steady
growth of the tributary region In popui
tion, indicate continued enhancement in th.
value of the property. andw-ou!d seem to
,utlfv the lncr-ssln-r repuic of the cora-Iary-a-ecurlOe
Western Line' Showing; for the Last
Of tbe .T miles of road In tbe Western
llnei of the Pennsylvania system. LSS. ex
clusive of trackage, are operated directly
by the; Pennsylvania Company, and MSI by
the Panhandle. Including trackage, the to
tal mileage of tbe Pennsylvania Company
since 1S ha been 1JW mile... The calen
dar and tlscal year 1S1. a submitted at the
recent annual meeting, show for the same
mileage an Increase? of II per cent in gros
Following Is, a comparative exhibit for
lla and H-l.
11 IStV) I acres se
Urtss earning. ... i264Si: JSi.js.-s4 .;i.-tl
Op-r. ex-, and taxes S'-t-a la.11l.1V ii!ti
Net earntof I S.T4-.1: J Tjitai il7iTl2Ti
Other InCMwe 3.aS.Ml 2.c,vp I 1. ;:
"-ll'.l? -T.24 l.5.v
. s.-.4". T.JsT.C i.itoa
Net sliv-lslMe Ine .J -JM.-2T 1 2.1t tC Jl D4.-2T.
,.: appropriate as. 1 -SM.evj foty-n .'....
lial for dl.ktrnd, l 2..-2T 1 Lll7.ivi Tl.w..-2i
DiVtUe-els SH,"V M Wl
Proat.-osa surplus 1 l..sT 1 Lll.i2 I SC4.ti
This showing speak for itself, both as
to the Inherent strength of the Pennsyl
vania Company and as to the value of that
part of tbe greater Pennsylvania sjflrm
to the parent company, the Pennsylvania
About three-fourths of the Increase in
earnings reported In 1WI accrued In the
freight department. The operations of ;
the Pittsburg. Fort Wayne and Chicago I
showed an Increase of 13.47 per cent In
Maintenance In all departments aborbetI i
larger amounts In ISO! than In ISOO. the In
crease In the appropriations for malnte- 1
nance of way and structure belnir CelX-m. '
or about Wj per cent, and for maintenance
of equipment V39.W0. or roughly. IS per
cent. Conducting transportation and gen
eral expenses took Cj per cent of the gross
earnings of 199L as against KH per cent in
With regard to traffic. It Is to b said for
the Pennsylvania Western system as a
whole that the entire number of passengers
transported was 2ifi2.0"0. an Increase of L
jTS.00). or S per cent. The aggregate p-ovaen-ger
mileage was C1.231.C0O. an Increase of
SJ2.". or 'tis per cenL On the freight
side the tonnage moved, at SO.4U.000 tons,
was 14,10,000 too, or 153 per cent greater
EAST SIDE NEWS.
TO FAIR GROUNDS
Six Thousand Visitors From St.
Louis at Sat'iijierffst in
Not at any othr time In the history of
the city has Belleville .e-n Iart;e a.
crowd - was at the blv; Saengerfest of the
St. Louis District of the North American
Saengetbuod yesterday. It Is estimated that
C.U.V St. Louis persons were in IJelIvllle'
The exercljei began with a parade, which
started (rem the public square at 1 p in.
It was beaded by the Bavarian and Con
cordia, bands of Uellevllle. ami marched
through the principal streets of the city,
dts-bandint; at the ratr ("round, where the
sinking programme was slarteu at . p. in.
It a uihier tne direction of Cnarie- ..eiu
cllz of St. leOUir. x'rcteor- u. A. Neuberl
ttrct Luawlg Car i ol iteiiwuie.
In the evening liir. pruoiainme v.-unsLled
of mutc and aancmg am otner amuse
ment, lue recepti n v.onitn,ltev of c-. .
vino are as loiiows.
LieOcrKranr i uuip Gass. Victor 'Jaus,
AlDert Gutiltt, Louis oral. Ad rvtli. Ilcn.j
Kunn, boli'raon .viueiler. uuslav Nabiu. ..
j. 2v.noenei, idwaru ctesmaiu. .Ai.-ei, sv.a
uie. Ueorge btoibtrg. tatuis h wangeun,
William a lark ana wilitam Ainott.
Kronthai-iaederiatei rret U. Wehrle.
Gecrgc Uruenewala. Wili.am Glaeer. August
r-uei. bvuu uottscnuiK. xon turner, irvin
ungebn. William I: nleser. George Krug.
liugo xIoiimt, rrnK Heir. rTanu urueu.
waiu, Aug. un arid v u.iani rtetuKer.
'Ihe aiiersoon's programme was partKl
patea in pj a tnousana singers alia was
as o lows
iari 1 Overture. "Schubert's IJeder "
suppe. 'r"eM(,esi.gea ule rvuensiier, jien
ce.svnn. UeaerKianz and rvromnal i.e.-
ctitftei. Is. nevi n. oee..ues?uns.-iei . by
president ot tne St. luuis neiifs. 'as
il. ii. ix 'litoel vor der C'.Iacnt."
Messenchote a capeile. siorch. Kefle. xiatia.
i-T.ier. i.resurnt ot ine Noraameriivanisner
sa.iia.ei. unues. '.vai vliare ier v uiriicr.'
lassencr.or init oicfieMeroegiritung. -vioiu.
tart il overture. Marcn. vtounoa. -vias-Sinvno;
a i.aielie la Lorelie. i uutieisc.
ibi Itaidenroesiein, erner: tcj Scnitierlie-J.
tckert. o.trtuie. Ivtpi.un. " runi.sii"i.
Masstnchvr. mit orcheier..egie.lu..g, Laca
iier. sing.e numbers cy tne Uiitertnt sing
li. g societies present
Will Illivcaaa Mreel Improvement,
The Belleville City Council will meet this
evening to ciscuss the proposed U est Main
street .mpro.ement proportion. It is under
stood that wrteral ot tne Dig property mild
er, along West Main street will appear be
fore the Council and make arguments tor
tae pnpoed improvement.
Ill It (.LA It t. GOT FIFTY DOLLAR.
Entered the Jlnrrlson Kiprrsv Com
pany's Office In Delleillle.
Burglars entered the offices of the Mor
rison fixprss Company and the De Well
Water Company, on the Public Square.
Belleville. Saturday night or early yester
day morning, and after ransacking several
drawers and desks, secured about Jao. the
property of the Morrison Express Com
pany. Postage stamps, belonging to both con
cerns, were also appropriated. The bu-gUrs
secured entrance ny forcing the rar door
The robbery was discovered ys:etd.y
morning, but there 1 no clew as to the
Identity of the burglars.
DIED "WHILE ASLEEP IN nEI.
John Lirp of East St. I.onla Suddenly
John Siep, 61 years old. employed at Wil
liam Parridy's restxurant on Broadway.
than the prevlou vear. while the ton mile
age was ..4ol.( .'). as compared xlth S.
S33 .0urt in 1K. an Increase of KZSM.VO. or
14.1 per cent Average ton mile revenue was
the same In IHH as in WOO. at 6.3 mill
The report give the details of the Issue
of .Ci.v.l of Pennsylvania Company iv.
per cent gold debentures the proceeds of
which have been used to pay for construc
tion and equipment and for the general cor
porate purpos of the company. The op
erations of the year Included the purchase
of the Eel River road, formerly of the a
bash svstem The Vardalla line ha become
a member of the Terminal Railroad Asso
ciation of St. Louis
HuaUlrU Leaves tbr Erie.
K. W Busklrk assistant general passen
ger agent for the Erie, ha resigned to
take effect August 1 Mr. Busklrk leaves
the service of the railroad company for the
purpos of engaging In private buslnes.
He began railroading In I1 wtth the Wi
nona and St Peter Railroad, and for many
years- was with the Mississippi Steamship
Company For fifteen years' he wa with
the Pennsylvania Company, and for the last
eleven ysars occupied the position with the
Erie which he will soon leave.
Grand Tower 111 . July 1. Chester dwn at
1.3 a ra. Cape Olrardeau up at I a. m. Fred
Hartwer with tow ef empty barges down at
a. m, Russell Lord with four barges of ties up
at 9 a m Cite ot St. Lculs down a: Jn a.ra.
Anderson derarted at 2 p. ra fer a load ef blocks
at Devirs Island. Msrr Michaels with two
barges cf lumber up at 2:20 p. m. Chester will
pass up st p m. The gauge reads 20 feet and
rising Weather clear and warm.
Chester. 1IL. July 12. Down boats: Cherokee
at 14 s. ra. St, Louis at 2 a. ra. Columbia at
10 a m Up. Columbia at M a. ra. City of
Sheffield at 1 JO p. m. Due up: Cape Girardeau
and Chester Weather clear' and warm Gauge
1. feet 2 Inches and rising
MeaphlJ. Tenn July 11. The river here stand.
10 Cents Each 10 Cents.
tJI48 Ladies Kimono Dressing Go ern.
3'!, 3C and 40 inch best.
E SIRE AND FILL IN TOUR CORRECT POST OFFICE ADDRESS.
TUP RPPIIRI IP.'C nnnco di
,. .?en,, ? tT5tV!r-.ne 1,ver Hne to The
building, for KACII pattern ordered, and
your name, address and waist metrur- or
No. His. Ladles Dressing Gown. Price
No. TS Mifk-s Dressing Sacqut. Ptice
STKhXT AXD NO.
East St. Louis, died Saturday night wrhn
asleep. lie had not been feeling well fc
several davs. At the Coroner' lnque-t
which was held at Benner-Brlchler's moritr
jtsterda afternoon, a verdict of death, dur
tu natural causes was returned.
TRANSFERS TO EAST T. LOUS.
Car Lines l He Connected nt Eadl
Hereafter the St. Iouls ami Suburbai
Ehrctiic Railway Company will Issue tran
fer. from the Suburban lines to the local
lines and tce versa on city business. Thi
plan was inaugurated yesterday.
This is explained by the company te
mean that holders of commutation books
on the Belleville line will not be entitled U
transfer from the Suburban to the city
lines, but anv one getting en any street cai
inside the cttj limits and paying the reg
ular a-rent fare w.Il be entitled to a trans
fer to any ether part of the city Th
transfer concession on the part cf the street
tar .-oraiany will be greatly appreciated
by the resident." of the- city, who many
times have to endure tedious waits or pa
an x:ra fare.
The Ea-t St Louis. City Council will take
up th ordtnarre presented at the last
meeting of the Council bv the street rail
way people, arising for permission to con
nee: the rail, of their line? at the east ap
proach of the End bridge, so that a
through ervic cculd be given to St. Loal.
In return the -.tree car company agree
to take a passenger from an part of East
SL LouIa to Sl Loci- or vlc versa for
fare of W cents, instead of lit- or 15 cent?.
as at present.
Alton Notes and Personala.
Victor E. Harlow delivered an address i
"Sue-ess" at the. men s meeting In the Y. M. C
A. rooma at Alton yesterday afternoon.
The Reverend J. H. J Rice preached la th
Slxth Street M E. Churrh at Altwi yesterday
morning tn -Life la Llsht " and last evening on
"Th- Streng-h ard Struggle of Young Men."
, K pknlc will be given by state street young
ladles at Alton m Tueday afternoon to tfca
children cf tie Orphans' Hnme The picnic wt:l
be held In Rock Spring Park
- Th funeral of the vciine sen ef Mr and
Mr Fra-k Braunagei of Ewt Third strt. AI-
in 4Sra-.a S-La -OV, at, SI as aaef ss - alaaai . a lua
I '-. SW' sw -.v T-- Sf.Tl 'J a US' I il'SIJII -, 4 fj CJ W X.
, from St Marv s Churrt in Henry str.-. Tha
I Reverend Fathr J-eon Me-ket ofncUted. and
n;- imn.i wa in tt. josepi-. veme'ery
The Reverend E A. Rrownon. raster ef ths
First Baptist Church at Belleville, occupied the
rulpit ef the First Baptist Church at Alton y-s-tercay.
In the absence of the n-stnr. th Revarend
M W Twice who Is spending his vacation in
The Ewlnr College Tn, ef Ewing. Ill win
give a concert at St Miro en Friday evening
Mrs M A. Lancaster ef Alten lied y-at-r-day
mornlnr at te St. Mary Hospital tn Et
Lnals. Her husband is foreman rf the cens-rur-tlon
wcrk rf tf-e Federal Lead Company here.
The funeral will ta;e place Tuesday
John Bmr-uter. 1 dlM yesterday aftrnooa
at 3 of drnry T" funeral will take place to
day. JrreyvHle Vnfes.
Frank He!!r ha resigned as tellej- n th
National Bank at Jer--yvllle. to acee-jt a poaltloa
with tj. National Bank of Comm-n.- tn St,
Sylvester Seago of Jerseyvllle ha. purehas-1
the rre.t department of the Darnnus-Krtn Gr
cery Company fn Oranlt City
Sheriff Cosmo. Keller of Jers-yville took Jes
sie Hart f Jersevrllle yestrday to the Ditrtels
State Industrial School for Glrla at G-nera. to
which plare she was sentesieed be Judge A. M,
S!atn ot the jerr County Court.
The rulpit cf the First at E Chur-h at Jer-s-yvllle
was oecupled yeate-ejay at both mornlnw
and evening services bv tr-e Bever-rtd W. H,
Gacnaway pator cf th- First M F2. Chareh at
The fune-al ef Albert Karl Piers- son ef Mr.
and Mrs William Sleg-r of Flelden. took place.
vesterdav afternoon at 2 o'clock from the 0rman
Evangelical Church at Flelden. The paster. tr
Reverend WUIIare Meyer, officiated The death
of young Sieger occurr-d en Friday morning.
No preaehtrg services were held In the First
Baptist Church at Jer-evvtrie yesterdav ea ac
count of the absence of the pastor, the Revertat
Jay A. Ford, who I. spending hU vacation at
Elmer Mayes, a fanner living north f Jer
seyvllle. reports that he had three acres of wheat
which vielded SS bushels per a-re. according ta
-Doctor E. A. Cock of Upper Alton was a vjs
Iter la Jerseyvllle yesterday.
21 T feet oa the gauge, a fall of .4 ef a foet
in the last 54 hours. The Oecnrta Lee arrived
this mcrnlnc from Cairo and . returns Tuesday
Tbe little lowboat Rsbert Dodd. from St. Loul.
na-d down at noon for New Orleans. All the
local packets due to-dav arrived on time. Re
ceipts bv river to-dar stare t bales of cotton, t
bags se-d cotton and 1ST sacks, cotton seed.
Vlcksburg. Mis.. Julv The gauge reading
at this point U 2S- Tae Fred A. B'anks pasi
uo for Memphl last nleht The Belle of t
Kends Is in from Greenville. The Senator Corii-I
Is due in to-night from Natrhex.
Cape Girardeau. Mo.. Julv li TJie Cape Gira
deau up at II p. m. yesterday. The Chester down
at ( a. m with an excursion parte trom Petry
vtlle She returned at Jao m. The City of St
Loul dewn at 10 a. m.. la .ne place of the Gr-y
Eagle. She Is due up. The Rees Le Is due up
The Swallow A Markle Floating Palace up at
a. m. will show Monday evening Weather hot
and clear. River falling
Pittsburg. Pa . July 1. River S.4 feet; falling.
Evansvllle. Ind.. Julv 12.-Rlver .; failing.
Memphis. Teaa.. July ll-Rlver 22 feet faUing.
Clnclnnatl. O.. July U.-Rlver H 4 feet, fall
ing. Clear, hot.
Wheeling. W Va.. Julv 12.-Rlver It feet J
Inches falling Clear, warm
I-Milsvllle. Ky. July II. River falling: in ava
nal. s fe-t 2 Inches, net falls, t feet i Inches, bel
low locks. 1 feet Clear, .arm. -
Cairo. IIL. July 11-The river fell 4 or a foot
in th; last 24 hours, the gauge reads XJ.l feat.
The w-eathe- Is exceedlrgly warm and threaten
Ing rain. Th Hamr Brown from ivmlsvlilr w th
U coal boats and barges loaded with ccal and 3
barges leaded with steel rails passed down for
w Orleans at 7 a m The Avalon from cln
clnnatl nrrleed at noen with a fair trio: she dls
charged here Sno packages of sundries and ."A
buggies. Tt. Rees Lee from Memphis with a
moderately fair trip, consisting of lumber, stave
and sundries, arrived at 1-20 she did her usual,
business and departed for St. Louis at 2-30 p. tn.
The Frltx arrived at 4:40 p. ra. with a tow of.
lumber and Iocs and returned south this evening
The Fred Hartweg arrived with a tow cf lumber
The Hermann Paepeke repairs will bj completal
in a day or two and h wt!l b able to leave for,
the South about Weinesday The Alice Brown
will pass down fs-morrow morning fer New Or
leans. The Bcax and Kayrecnd Horner with
barge eeal tow will pass down for New Orleans
7839-MISSES' GEISHA DF-li-. SACQUE.
12, 14 and 16 year
aui for any p.tTTEn-s and
SIZES NAMED ABOVE.
Republic Pattern Department. Rcpublle
Inclose this blank, properly filled out with
age for each pattern ordered.
10 cents. Bun measure InOiM
M cents. Age yeats