THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. iJTJTJY 26. 1903.
HAPPENINGS IN ILLINOIS
CITIES AND TOWNS.
BELLEVILLE ELKS WIN GAME
OF BALL FROM EAST ST. LOUIS
Kant Mile I.ihIcp Ilo IIn lutcrest-
Iiik Context itilrtlc-
E!ks from Hcllc ulle lxit the East St.
LouN V.K- In n licli3ll sime cs!erdiy
afternoon .it Athletic l'ark. Eavt St. l-oui-.
by a s-core of 7 to S The game rcured more
Irtcrt thin a vrofe'-'-ion l ffrnc, ai.d sev
eral hurJreJ Uilies utenfusl In addition to
the uuil immbvr r "1.111"."
Inmedlitch afir tho samo, th ictor-s
Ter- chnienj;cd b "lMkr" I'ojlon on be
half of the Knlchtv of tho Willow btel ill
team Til- I-fl St. Iui"! fam v.m jil.iy
the St. ijlurlc of the Trolley League net
MturdiJ. H was "stated last erin?.
.lthoucli tin- rh!1!( of je:crdiy afternoon
Ku as full of error as it as p'Fihl- to
Inject into -a pame of hall, still it pleas 1
the spectators, and several fa'rb good pli
Tere made. Had the Ea-t St. l.ouU bat
Hr hren Kit en better -upport by the ileld
e.rs. the bcore probably would Jiac been
At one time a crowd ursed on the Held
nd carried Umpire Max to the refrc-h-ment
pavilion, where his oiee ta clearo-l
Hennc-scy, the electric llcht uperlntciul
nt. was the pitcher for Ea-t St Louis and
fce used all orts of "arcs" in l.i de!ien
tvhich tvere captured l Jerry J Kane, the
beer salrmin and eteran ba-cball plaver
of the Eat Side
"Bob" Smith of Belleville pitched one Hi
ring and his arm cot "sla-'v " Ills p'.nce
was taken b A. Hassler and Walter Wood
"shook "em iir" behind the bat until Um
pire May called half the balls strikes.
The score by innings was.
llelieire ... 4 s l : 1 1 0 (v-T
East Louis . 0 0000201 0;
Knst M. Louln Jlnrrlnsrc Licenses.
Marriage licenses Usued in Hast Si Iouls
jesterdaj" were to: Abram J Hud'on,.
3. and Henrietta Douglas. IS. both of
Clarksvillc: Calvin Bowdj. 13. and Blanch
Thomof. 16, both of Eaht St. Louis
HOT CIH.5E AUTIIR A MinitO.
Police SercentttH Cmpture 1 Isitor M ho
1'lourUlied a I'intiil.
Uor an hour Police SerRcint-s Bill Meehan
and Charley Molla of East St. louis
chased John Ianglev. a iicEro. in the terri
tory bordered by Bavtfih ami Exchanse
avenues, and Ninth and Twelfth streets,
during the hottest part of jesterday after
noon. Tha nero was carrjir.B a pistol, which
he had flourished at several places and had
terrorise! almost the entire neighborhood
A call was made for police, and the two
Sergeants were sent out after him. They
caught sight of the negro about a block
away, but he saw them comlne and the
rhase began. When it ended the negro
as shaklnc from exhaustion, and the po
licemen were drenched with perspiration.
Hot-weather comforts as well as the ne
cessities appeal to all. Full s lpplies for
every want, whether at home or abroad,
are displayed at that comprehensive retail
dry goods house. Barr'. Special alucs and
exceedingly low prices pre ail.
Executor, Administrator, Guardian, Curator,
And In All Other Trnst Cnpncltlei.
UAUnn On Frldnr. July !4. 13M. at 5:1S p.
xn . Ioui" V. Dauer, our beloved father
Hilda M. Bhut. daughter; Tbervfa Je)rdcn
(rp Bnutr), ilsughter: Fannl C Itaufr. daugh
ter: Marls C ltaupr. daughter; Joseph A. Hauer,
on: Kmllle C. Itaer, dauehtr; Ellittbth It.
liiuer. dauxhter: JoFeph Joerdenn, son-In-liiv
i'Vnrral Monday at S.S) a m.. trrm rtsldfne.
No. ISM Wah Btreet. to St. Nicholas Chutch.
thence to Calvarj Cemetery. Itelatlves and
triends Invited to attend.
BIU'NP On Tharsdnj-. J ilr r. lfSS. at fi p m .
J William Bruns. beloved huclsvnd of Kate
TtLnn (ne Btleber) end father of Julia n-uns,
brother of Mrs. Theo Eaale mtx Mever) ilrr.
Tlille Stelderian (nee I!n.ns) and Ed itruns.
Funeral will take place frcm famll) residence.
No 103 North Eighteenth ftreet. Sandaj. Jul
IC. ISO!, at 2.30 p. m.
CONRET On Wedneidaj1. July 12. 1903, nt T p
., George M. Conrey. bov-d husband of Mar-
Jaret Conrey (nee Mercer) and father of Geurce
. and Lee F Conrej.
Funeral will take place Sundaj at 2 o'clock p.
m.. from family rreidenc". No. 20JI North Tenia
itrett. thenc to llellefontk'ne C'emtterj. Trlenaj
Invited to attend.
I)ANIELi-On Frldev. July II iiu at C Si p m ,
laittia Daniel, our dear mother and mother-in-law,
after a short Illnccs. at the ace or 13 jiura
and 15 davn
Funeral fcundav. July "6. at 2 p m . from fam
ily residence. No. 1211 North Eleventh street.
Friends Inv Ited to attend
GMJACllnr.-On Saturday, July X 1WJ, nt
S o clock a. m. Margaret, belond wife uf Ter
rence Gallagher, aged W jest.
The funeral w-Ill tak place Mondaj. 2Tth int .
nt l:5 o'clock a nt . frt.m residence cr her ron.
Joseph Gallagher. No 2319 North lfllngnell
evenue. to tt Teresa'i, Church, thence tn cl
var Cemetery, riiends are invited to attend.
KEAI.Tr On Frldaj. Julv 2). 103. at 8 o'clock
p m . Katie, beloved daughter or M n Kealty
and the late Margaret Kealtj (nee Carev. ag-d
Is years 4 months nnd 16 dajs
Tha funeral will take place Sundaj. 26th lnt..
at 2 o'clock p m. from funeral-rooms of Cullen
H Kellj, No. 2735 Caiy avenue, to M. Malachj's
Churcll, thence to Calvarj Cemeteiy. Friends are
Invited to attend.
UnBL.T st residence. No 5103 Kensington
avenue. Emma Ll.plt. belovtd wife ot I-evvls A.
Tuneral Mondaj, Juli 27, at 9 a m Strictly
NEUDEItlll'T On Satunlav. Jul- 25. 1903 at
W:30 n. m. Augustus Ncdderhut. In the aevent
econd sear of his age
Funeral Mondaj afternoon. Jul) 27. loos, at 3
p m , from his late reldence. No. 1522 Sjuth
Compton avenue. Interment private
Please omit flowers.
QUIOM3Y Entered Into rest on 1'ridaj Julv
21. 1903. at ll:Ai a. m . llildget gulgiev inee
t-fteene)). aged 70 jear" '.Vldow of the late
Martin Qulgl and mother if llantel. Jiraos
iJiwTene. John and Mary Ql.lgle), and Mrs.
Annln Mager inee tulglej. nnd the late OflWr
Thcmas Quiclej. and Mrs Kate latelane (ne
Quiglej). She waa a n ember of St Ann's feu
dality at the College Cliuich.
tuncrai jrom ner iaie resmencr. rvo. 3S54 Ar-
r -ibi eiii-Ti. ruiiuij, ui .o. ui p m , lo feu
$ Margaret's Church, thence to Calvar.
SMITH On Fridaj. Jul) tt. 1E03, at It a. m..
Mar)', w-lfo of Herman J Smith (nee HtocM.
I'sjneral from residence. No. 3136 Hutger street.
Monday. July 27. at $ .W a m , to St. Henry's
Church, thence to SS. 1'eter and I'aul Cemelerj.
SCHMIERSAHU-On Thursda)'. Jul, 23. 1S)3 at
fr n . Anna Franeea (nee Schroederk beloved
wire of Henry Schmlersahl. and daughter of Ber
nard and Anna Schroeder. after a lingering lll
neta, aged 2 jeats 5 months and 2S daj.
Funeral on Sunday at 1 p. m . from home of
rarents. No 1S32 Began street, to St. Ubortus's
Church, thence to Calvarv Csmeter.
WILSON On Faturdaj'. Julr 2". 1W3. at n
m . Mrs. Emma A. Wilson nee vv hitcamp). for.
merlv of Calm. III. beluved wife nf Samuel E
Wilson and mother ot Charles W. Wilson, aged
43 jears and 19 dajs
Funeral service at house. No C72S Hebtt street.
Fundaj'. July 26. at 5 p. m. Fuicrul from retl
dnce to Union Station at 7:30 a. m Monda).
Julr 27. Interment at Villa nidge. III.
FILSINGER & FRUTH,
1617 WtiMngtou Atb ,
uavo a vcrj large stock ot
Granite and Marble
At Lor Friers.
piini'.uma roit election.
N.pvr Mnjtir for Grnnltc City A III lie
1'rcvarations ate luing made for the
"pecial election to be held In Granite Oitj
Tuesday to (III the ofllce of Major, mide
acai.t by the Ccath c.f Major John Ed
waid", who died during the HooJ
It i: Judd and former Major Julius
ItOMihurg will be the ctmlllatco. Judd
heads the labor ticket, while Hosenburi
will run on the O.iizens" ticket, on which
he was elected his last term.
Sn evenlv is the power of the two candi
dates balanced that local politicians hesi
tate to forecast ti-e rt suits Judd. who is
.. lrv.ssi't. ins noml-.ated over lvo lilior
cndiottes. and l.ls velcOtiuti, it I- said, nuj
plit the labor vote.
Trill n letlri lilciitlfU-il.
The man who was klliel Urldaj evening
at Granite Ittv lij utlrg struck bj a Chi
cago and Alton triin. was iilentil;ed otor
slnv as John Andtrsuri, a fti. 1- uis ii
Isnter. who had been uoiklng at tnc new
l.ornl Ilnftt'lmll Lenpiio.
The team of the vot department of the
Granite City tMamp.ns Works defctted the
r.i.iehiniEts jesleniaj afternoon. The tcore
was 1! to s 1 alurts of the same vvas
the latter work of Uiank nitt.fc ami
Jack Kingston l'ete Blotnbcr acted as
Knowles s lens, a foimer lav. student in
lIwaidsvtlle who is Jtudjli. for th mlnKtr.
v.i.l occupy ih pull It ot tne Congtegatlonal
(.nurch ai Highland this incrnlng
V M Liuare of Mjttoor. r.ilnastir for the
B's Four, vvas m town vesicnlnj lnpttlnc the
t.iress of vork sn th hhert ll.ie
On Thurdav Augu't C. a speiial t-uln will
tTlng to 1-clalie an ex1urs4i.11 mai!- uj, vf th 1
dien Iroin the downtown lltrkt it M
Louis Tnev win come out to Ltclal o
lor a oay . nutlng. the rame as list )ear
and will oe gtvrn ttu. fne.loni of tne vil!j-- h
N O Ne son lUii a if th seen r'ajerounds
will lw in charge of e laader and a-istanis
ll') will bring their own lunches, l.t tne li cal
reslu-nt- will iro.IJe kmonalt wnltr mkns
and liKe iifreshmi nts A vveel. uier on tne
12th. another set cf plivground chlldiee, under
tn.- n-aragement of the In lien ot the Vve.;nt"da)
elub. will s-oire out oil a sl-iilar mlssjo 1
The Iteverend Its?tcr 1 M Van Trece of
Kat St Louis and the Reverend J 5 McMullen
I Madlsvn will occupv the puip't c l-l Johns
M 1: Church in EIwardMl'ie this nnrntag. tho
P."W. the Uevrend lwtor T U bi'to.n. being
t Fiasa Chautauqua
The theme of tho mcrring srrmrn nt the First
r-esbueilan e'hurch t.i-dai will lie. A I'liin
Question. ' In the evcring tie It-verend E
satu.-d will prarh upen 'The lllcht Mot've."
(itlrens of Highland have taken np lV wotk
Inaugurated bv Tro toward tnurlng ele. trie
road cmncctlcn with Fdvvardsvtlle. and will
fillow the 'Sii of Major Fred Mlller ot Trev.
who last week laid a p-option befcre I. C.
Ilajres. vice president of tho East Side lines.
Prominent residents t.f Blghlard av that thev
wl:t !ntert?t St. Jacob rrsidsnts and make a
t-nlted effort to secure th- line The pnpoett
l.ne would parallel the Vandalla. Railroad nearly
nll th way to Hlghlnnd
Mrs Henrj Pins ot St. Loul". w-o. w'th her
daughter. Miss Mathllde. has heen vts'.tmc Mr
and Mrs Jcseph Mlller was the victrn of a
rainful accident vestenlaj. she thcugl-i to as
sist her hostess abtut tho household affairs, but
In lilting a inn cf bolllrg water frcm the stove
let It slip Her hands and amis were terrltly
The Tuesdaj excursions on te East Side
electric line with free return trips 10 all persons
traveling between nccn and nldn'gnt en Tues
days, are bringing to Edwardsvllle rrani visitors
who enjoj the cool ride In view cf this fact,
citltens are fanning to entertain the excursion
Iris ITcfessor W II. Th'lnas leader of the
elty Band has ter Irred the services cf h s men.
nnd the flrt public hand concert take; pl-ce on
iueday eenlr?r on the Court square.
-Mies Katharine Evans, who was a few vears
nco an Instructor In th Edwardsvllte schools,
died this week at Uloomlnrton. where she had
taken the position of assistant to Professor
Skinner, in the nlano instruction department at
the Wcslejan College cf Music.
Alton nton nml Feraonalis.
John M Plersn returned jesterdaj from an
extended tour cf th East
The pulpit cf tr Sixth Street M E. Church
at Alton will be occupied to-dav bj the Itev
erend Doctor flanom Harvej. pnstor of the Ver
mont Street HaptUt Church, at eju'ncj'. 111.
J. F. Porter of Alton returned )esterday fro-i
Manl-tee. Mich '
, , The runeral cf the iourg s.ia of ilr. and Mri
Harr) nic of Alton to-k ii'nce. jester-lav moir
Ing at o'clock front SS Peter and Paul s Ca
thedra! In State street to Grcinwood Cemterr
at North Alton
1 , The Joll) llachelnrs' Club of Alton will g!v a
. Oincing tiarty on Tuesdav evening next nt Kock
William Miller cf Glasgow. Mo. Is a visitor
The Itevrerd Father P. J. O'ltlelev raster
of SL Patrick's Church at Alton, has sow to
Stephen Smith of Alton has gene to Hardin.
,r"Tshr. drV5 W lfJSH- yr" President of
the Alton Hanking and Tru-t Compnnj. wa3 en
tered b burglars Fridaj night and the cash
drawer, containing JJS. robbed. The nbbery oc
curred wh'le the nisht mm was awaj
-Attcrnev c, W Tenj cf Edwardsvllle was a
visitor In Alton jesterdav
Mr nrl Mrs L. J Jacks of Atlanta, Qa.,
were visitors In Alton vesterdaj.
Tile rtrerend Dortor W. M. Twing. pastor
of the Fi-st Baptist Church at Alton, went t)
Qulncy. 111. jesterdaj
Joseph M. lies land or Chicago Is a visitor In
Pontifical mass will be celebrated on Wcdnes
da) morning next at s o'clock nt S1 Peter anl
Paul's Cathedral. In State street Alton, by tha
Blrrt Iteverend James Bysr. llih'p cf Alton
Blchep Rsan will be ni-slste.l bj the cathedrvl
clercv and the Iteverend Father Joseph MeCKtl.
pastor of St Mao's Chureh In Herrj street.
Coroner's Verdict In Ifertel Cnae.
A verdict of death from a Runsnot wound
Inflicted bv himself, was returned by the
Jurj- at the Inquest over the body of Chnrles.
the 13-vear-old son of Doctor Harrj- Hertel
of Freehurg. who shot himself while In the
garden In the rear of his home Friday after
noon The funerel vi'l take place this
afternoon. The burial will be In the Free
Killed lis- Ltimltor AVnjron.
John Born, C9 jearb old, employed an a
lumber wagon driver at Mascoutah, St.
Clair Count). 111. was run over by hl
wegon yesterday morning: and died shortly
nftervvards Horr "ns unloading lumber
at the time and the horses became fright
ened and ran nwa:' Coroner McCracken
was notified and he deputized George Wom
bacher to hold the inquest. The 1ury re
turned a verdict ot accidental death.
snrvej-lag far Electric Itosil.
A corps ot engineers who are sun ej ins
a route for a proposed electric railroad
from the Vv'abali River to East St. Louis
passed over the McKenzie tract rt Belle
ville jesterday on their way to East St.
J.ouIs The chief engineer also filed a
copy of their incorporation papers 'n the
County Recorder's office. The companj'
Is Incorporated for JT-lOrt) and the stock is
all held bj' Mount Vernon parties. The
road is tn be known ae the Southern Illinois
Holies IIIc AeiTs Xoles.
The Horsemen's Driving Club will meet this
Mr and Mrs c. c Rebhan Jepnrtcd vteroay
for the North
The Rathlione Slstrs will give an lee cream
faciei nt the home of Ml-s Ann Tnvlo- en
Mr. and Mrs F Ilrentano of Texarkana, Atk ,
are vlslllrg here
A summer night dane was he'd at HufTs Gar
den last night
Henrv Merder has leturned to hi 1 om In
East St. Louis after a v.t In Belleville
The members of Christ ("lurch (T,olr will gh
an ice cream focIM at HufTs Hall Thuredsv
The Roval Arcanum of St Louis enloved a
picnic at ITIester's Park )est,rT,U,afte?S,n,
Itin'gTn S.USKuVnJ EU,'Ce - "' 1""
fronTS!" Lnna'.IehK3Ing'"Sli4tr.lcUnt f" C
East St. Loul. Items.
"ltv Attnrnev Maurice I. Jovce denarted last
night to- rut-ln-niy. J aepartfrt last
The East St. Iyvuls Daughters of Veterans
will hold a meeting Tutsdaj evening "erans
The IJld'es' Soclet) of ITotectlon win give
JvenhTg r" 'C6 C,eEm 60cl" """y
Misses Anna and Mav Yaeg-r of 5e Chut-tea
Mo . aie the guests of Miss Settle Stohi. Char"s-
tir)'-reek. Slch:",lh 5"'"da- Ba-
t-r,Prof?M0r J' nlchcson departed j-eslerday for
xw Ing. Ill
r;?.11" .An.n.a 'Ia,1dln,t or Veronica avenue Is
visiting in Moro El
J,I- Gabe- and famll) departed jesterday for
Miss Mildred Falrhnvther ri,naH,.i - .....
! for the North --..w j.s.u
ire jsevereno cnas llvans will deliver a
sennon In the Presbyterian Church at Sparta
The Bantlst Sunday School enjojed a picnic at
When .vou want a quick c.trc without anv
unnecessary lost of time take Chamber
lain'is Colic. Cholera ard Diarrhoea Remedj
It never fails. When reduced with cold wa
ter and sweetened It Is pleasant to take It
Is standard throuffhout the United States
iird lit many foreign countries.
The childish confidence which thii
illustration portrays shows exactly the
confidence of every one who has ever
Nc medicine ever put on the market
has met with such phenomenal cures
and the output o our laboratory has
increased steadily 500 per cent every
year. This speaks volumes for Dr.
fca'.dvveH's SvrtiD Pertsin. which is Dosi-
tively guaranteed to cure dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation, malaria
and all troubles arising from the stomach (excepting cancer), and if ou
will purchase a 50-cent or $1.00 bottle from your druggist it will bo a
complete revelation to you. Heads off biliousness, induces sound and
refreshing sleep, cures nervousness, and is praised by women in all
parts of the country.
We winb- slsd !o send j'oo a aaap'a bottle and a little
book oa steaiach troubles It you will seed us a postal.
PEPSItM S7K5JP COMPANY. RlGntice.Io.BK9.
AT THE GARDENS THIS WEEK.
k- 'I 1 ll Wl I M TAX. ZfTr
A lincolic traicstj will he th Weberfleldlan
oftrlns at Delmar Garden thlH afternoon. The
name .f this piece is "Way Un East " The
Fhuw U so arranged as to admit of the introduc
tion of numerous specialties Freda Galllck and
lllllle TaIor are to slnir The play tIU also
present "The Seminars Girl," a Jolly mus'cal
frivolity by Ted Hums and the chorus Mr.
Xlrclfj ha? srrnnRed a couple of noveltiea for
his ballet. Th' con'lst of tho Dolls, a char
acter dsnee In which dolls of various nations
and origin are introduced, and the noft ballet,
eald to be one of Mr. Ktralf's most unique ef
fects. Some special features are offered at the other
places about the carden this week There will
be a special bill In the Streets cf India, and tho
Little 1'Ike Till offer a vaudeville bill.
The feennd of the series ot sail performances
will be irlven at Forest l'ark H'cMands. hexln
nlnK with to dav's matlnte. Paplnta. the myriad
dancer, is announced as the heid-llrer. Taplnta
does so much to revamp her fire, enow nnd
IlJwer dances from year to seat that the new
blends happilv with the old The ether acts an
nounced for this week are the Four Ulanos, In a
comedv icroh-ifc sketch full of fun and frolic.
rtoto Navncn vltl rresfnt a remarkable troupe
of trained llrils, composed of Cfty cockatoos and
other tropical birds
:.IIs N'ajnon has the enly attraction of this
kind In America rhnille and Willi" Schecek
will mranire honors with the nther htad-and-lunl
balancer" thit have recently been seen at
rh Howard '''.ters. In sorps and dances, and
Trc-s Eldrldne. the monclosl't, are the otrer
features. Georee l'rlmro.c Is underlined for next
Next Thursdav n!ht the Ft T-oul dmcilats
will have a reunion night at th Highlands.
"As Ton Like It" Is lo be the Shakespearean
revival at JOemer's Garden Lawrence Hanley
vli; nlav Orlarflo Mis. rullls will be seen
Itorallnd and Vlctoiv nateman will appear a
Ai drev The costiimlnr srd scen"r are belnc
esKclallv msde Manaser Itlee Intends that th
fcrtH of Arden nnd Its strange Inhabitants shall
be chen appropriate setting-.
Marvelous Marsh, the dlvlnir cjcllst. has been
c'caefd for another week at Suburban rark ard
the act will be a feature of the programme to bo
offered at the Well.ton resort to-dav.
lnns nnd his band also remain. Some excellent
ccrcert programmes have been arranged for this
wetk. The solo numbers ot Krjl will be heard
at the evenlne concerts
The divine horses will be seen In two exhibi
tions to-da :
The programme for to-day' concerts Is as fol
lows: AT 2 30 P. M.
Ovtrture Ituy Was Mendelssohn
The Lou Chord Sullivan
(a) Hiawatha Moreno
(b) I'rftce Charming Inns
Fantasia of the Operas of Verdi
AT l: JO
Overture Zanctta Auber
llrldal bong , ! Ellenberc
Inflammatus ... Hosslni
Cornet Silo bj Krjl.
My Old Kentucks Home
(Paraphrase) Langrj -roter
Overture Itobesplerre . Lltolff
Ave Maria . .. riacli Gounod
(Oboe and Harp Obllgato bj Messrs.
NontTJ and Franco)
?econd Huncarlan Hhaps-xU Lis2t
la) Hearts and Flowers Tobanl
lb) Cocoanet Dsnce fr"m the Valkyries, ..Warner
(a) Siegfried's Iive ISoig
(b) Magic Fire cene
Overture Orpheus OffenhHCh
(In which ire described respectively, the Indian,
p'cro ard tpansh racial characteristics, which
have borne so conspicuous a place In ti" make
up of the present Pan-America )
(a) Traumcrel Schumann
lb) The Ccsack Tares
Souvenir ot 1'rigje Hoch
Cornel 9Io bs Krjl.
Ov erture Tell rtosslnl
The new entertainment at West End Heights
Is to be given bv Geo H Wood. linger and
story teller: the Cleos aerial bar performers:
Ella Shields, descrintive song singer: Fotarty
and Flanagan, late of "The Siltan cf Sulu" eom-
panv. In songs and dances. Marlam Alniworth.
In character changes and the European novel!) ,
Frecse Brothers, with their trlcU box car.
The Three Keaton. Including little "Buster,"
come to Mannlon's Park. This will be their only
ft. Louis engagement this lear. The complete
programme Is made up of specialties by Mr. and
Mrs. Ttobvns: Jo-dan and Crouch, a dancing duo:
Charles Sharp, late of the team of Sharp an
Flatt. and Mile. Aline, the juggler. "Straight
Tin Jim." a comedy. Is to be produced.
The special bill at Forest Park .Highlands on
Frldav next for the annual outing of the Offlce
Men'a Club Inrludea a vaudeville performance -In
the pavilion In the afternoon, a basket picnic
and visit to all the mechanical, scenic and other
nttractlors of the garden. Dancing will begin at
Keeley LIQUOR DRINKING. MORPHINE ki
iyJ u uiiin. 1101 ran. wutrtau. mint m wim umtiw teeley
S lira ? "',. ralJm and tunMH. f'
I 9 o'clock In the evening and mntinje without in
terruption other- than -for refreshment urtil 1
a. m. At that hour 10) Transit cars will b- In
waiting to take home the crowd Members of the
Office Men's Club, under the direction of Presi
dent Robert J. I'arvlr. have teen unremitting in
their effortn 10 make the outing a success
The bill nt Hnshagen's l'ark Includes Carl
rischer. Dutch comedian: Mitchell and Ward,
comic sketch tenm: Fox and Foxte. the coniical
clown and his dog; the operatic sketch company
In 0 musical act; George WIeslogan. monolog
lst and comedian: Dorothy Armstrong, mublcat
funmaker; Join Moore, Irish comedian, and a
new series of Illustrated songs bv Hos and
Roberts, ih-ofessor Do Leet will walk a tlgnt
rope over the lake.
Seymour and his band will give the following
programme at Forest l'ark Cottage this after
noon and evening:
March Distant Greeting Ttjlor
Overture riddler of St. Vuast Herman
Caprice A Falrv Tale Dnlbey
Walta Mslon cf the Past ltolllnsoa
Solo, isjgnor Tcnu Jtoa.
Gems rrom Carmen Illzet
March King FalstalT Scvmour
Gems of Scotch Music Rubert ltruce .... Hums
Waltx from The Gypsy Baron Strauvi
Medley of Populir Airs Femour
Galop Over the Hills aid Hence Remaps
The pictures of fe Riot-Gardner flaht are be
ing exhibited at the Columbia. Thev are the
clearest of tho kind seen here In some time.
Frarklln ard JIcNutt have been re ergaged for
this week at Lemp's Park. They will appenr in
a new German skit. Other entcrtalrers on the
bill are Ruf and Cusick, song and dance artists:
Beverly and Danvers. two Australian comedians:
Dunn and Williams comedy sketch artists dark
and Mac, Irish delineators, and Hojt and Field.
Georgia Jubilee Singers and the moving: pictures
ore nttractlors In the free pavilion.
Manager D. E. Russell Is to again have charge
of tho Imperial, which will open Augu't 3. The
oollcy ot last season will remain In fcrce. The
attractions Include "The Buffalo Mv.iery." "The
Christian." "On the Bridge at Midnight." "A
Human Slave." "Driven From Home." "Hearts
of Oak." 'Shadows of a Great Citj." "James
Roja In Missouri." "Tho Minister's Daughters."
"Selma Hermsn." "Yen Yonson." "A Hot Old
Time." "Happy Hoollgin" and Only a Shop
Girl." "Heart of the Oxarks" will be the open-
The season at Havlln's Theater will begin next
Sunday. "An Orphan's Prajer." a new melo
drama, Is to be the attraction.
St. Louis Photo-Engravers' Union. No. 10, will
give a picnic at Normandy Grove to-daj. The
athletic programme is made up ot half a tioxen
novelty races. An orchestra has been engaged,
and the following committee will be present to
look after tho merr makers' comfort: Tony
Arand. C. J. Hoyer. II, J. Drawe, A. Stocker, W.
Rudolph and 11. Klrchner.
To NEW YORK
Stopover at Washington.
Train LenTe Dnlly
DiflO n. in., IH08 p. m., 2i0.1 a. in.
OKIT LINE RURHIHQ THR0DBH SLEEPERS
AT THIS VERY LOW RATE.
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I The most complete nnd host equipped Mt,sic Scliool in the West with tho strongest
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41 TEACHERS-Every Teacher an Artist VrTiK. .
A Knist GmiBel' Villi diaries G.illnnn. Sip. li. I'.irlsl. H I' Dih'jle. -MIs Adelaide
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REOPENS SEPTEMBER I3t, 1903.
Applications for M free ami pnrtlal Scholarships received from Sepumher 1st, C, on
INCW ILLUSTRATED CTrtL-OCOE fREE.
Academy of Deportment and Danolns reopen" September 16th, 1003, at 2"J) St. Ijuls
avc for children .11 4 p. m , adults at S p m. S-'nd for Circular.
IXatilislioiI 1S!T. Grcntest Piano Cimservnto-y In SI. Louis. Open to schol
irs summir and winter during the day and evening; Frank Weltncr. Director, assisted
bv ten cxpenei ced tc.ichets Plino. harmony, lomposltlon orchestration. Class of
June. 1903. (.insisted of 21 cradu.it's and post-graduates. Diplomas awarded graduates.
Diplomas and Hold medals awarded post-graduates. Three free scholarships and a
llmiled number 01 partial scholarships avardd talented and deservlnc pupils. Tor
information ami beautifully illustrated cataloRue. address.
l'lfiMv WEI.TM'.n. Director. 354-t Page Boulevard.
COTTEY COLLEGE AND FRANCO-BELGIAN CONSERVATORY aW.0,0.
Enrollment 2'l Conserwlor enrollment. 1W Spltnlld new bullllng. with unltae and attrac
tive arrangement. Each student has her own bedroom, with slttlne room adjacent for several. Nrrv
furniture Modern ccnvenlnc"i fcome management 13 jears fcurerlor faculty ollege and col
lege rreparntorv work Hone department unsiirriised Art Orntorj. Phjslc-il culture and Do.
Tllltj a"d Miss Kate Stockird of ratlonsl and Internatloral refutation
ence Reasonab'e rates. Mrs V. A. C. B'oekard. President. Nevada. SIo
emu ri-innc m i..c u y ....-- w.. - -
25th jcar. New fireproof buiidincs. Modern equipment. Deliehtfnl location. Number
limited. Strone faculty. Thoronch mllitan' and academic departments. Local references.
Col. A. M.JACKSON, A.M., SUPT.
SELECT FAMILY EXCURSIONS
THE TAMOUS STCAMnR
City of Providence
LEWES OLIVK bTREET
ln Tuesdav and ThursUas for Alton nnd IM
Btrv Vtdn5tlav and Friday for Montesano at
9:30. returns fi p m
Eerr feunday for Montesano at 25 a, ra. and
2.S) p. m
ThMc CTriirRlnni nr Ptpcnf InnalK ntr-f Vth
t In the rnananenunt and character of iiat-onftK?-I
Excpllrnt tabl- d'hote dinner. 50c. Lunches a
Round Trip. 25c: Children Half Price.
DRAMA and VAUDnviLI.n, Eery evening.
Matinees, Sunday and Thursday
Ilnlloon Ancrnnton Eicry SnndaT
BUNKER HILL WiLV?JtiwS'
2Ist jear. 10 miles from Worid'a Fair. Xo
better for any bry at any price. Opens sept. 10th.
Send for illustrated catalogue.
COI. S. L. STIVER, rh D. Supt.
(sr Young Liils:,
3a1h7earbetIcsF.pt n. Literary Cauraas, Muala, Art,
Kl.eolt.n C.rtllis.llcn to Well.tle;, Caltlmcro Wom
an'; Colltgt. Faoulty 30. UII4 and aqoabla cllmata.
For Cital.i S addrra. J. D. CUNTON, LL.D,, B.J 4-S.
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Collet rorUoitMi and rrepsrAtoryMrliool for i.irt
ftcuUrard Mecure Lo'ire. hitriMT4iround Sr
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Dime. T.vMion iin.ttirixfed, suhnrh of riAltimorr.
Chsrlr4 Mrwt Avenue, llikltlniort. MA.
Hosmer Hall j
A Day anil DoardlBB School for t-lrla.
Colleajt p'eparailon apeclalty. Certificate admit.
to beat colleaea Twentieth aar opena Sept. U.
Addreai MISS M. II. MATHBW3. Principal.
ALL.WRITEon 'PHONE FO CATALOGUE
CT I nillQ CORNER KITH AND OUVE
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means something. Uookkeeplnsf Penmanahip,
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Bight. Positions secured. NO VACATION.
A KIMBALL HAU
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ton. CnrtledrrAae.ataet Teachentrainlor
lepartnent, Bpeclal rlston.ntel pnnil.ot limited
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mallad tree. lunHi. II ATTSTA LOT. Pre.UeaU
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six month Is nearly always cancer.
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sent free with testimonials of thousands
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cured more cancers
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tor living. Why ex
periment with the
swindling X-Ray or
until past cure?
120 safro boot
DR. and MRS. DR. CHAMLEY & CO.
Officii: 201-203 N. 121)1 Strut, ST. LOUIS, HO.
Please send to someone with Cancer
n rKjMigstlZiBnrTrTTTiT' ifMyirt
F.'ee a dml'.sion to jrrounds,
tliBit erand all attractions
daily (exceptinj i-unrtys
and Holidays) until 7 pm.,
and then 10 cents only.
In his 250-foot Leap for Utc.
The most s nsat onal and
darln; act in the world.
POSITIVELY IiST APPEARANCE
rU-DA V Uh THE
Mreet and Chicago Arenue, Lftidgo. HI.
KENNETH M.BRAI.trT DTret?r
Tho leading Conservatory of
Music, Execution, Oratory. Languages
noui or rxAMiNLKS-
fAIMB I!WKH.rIPiri 7tnlIflJ
j&avL! raxif-?oivrirkrn. a'riri a.a-s
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HF1 'I iO-Er. (ScbocIcfOra-iryi
Ts!I tfrai I -'z ti rr ilS M rW for catIo: --St
V 1; ..Piiin.-riTj
Toi-czJis tSMioeof Elocuti'-n.aJjT-ss II :l SOPUi.
Conservatories of Music
3544 Page poulevard,
St. Louis, Mo.
ms'SErtVATORT or mU'jic.
.. - . - - - - - - - - T-T..i c i .i- ijm
iVIU1J S.1 ll'll.U 1UUU-
HOTEL LAFAYETTE. Cape May. K. J. Nov
pen. thtrttrenth vear under iam maragenvnt:
fronting dtrtl on the ocean; all modern lm-
proeinents: rooms en suite, with private baths.
Fee terms applr tn Jchn Tracy A Co.
THECOLWYMTLAHTIC CITY, N.J.
:i S. Michigan axe.. minuter from beach; hom
comfcrts, superior tahle; SI 23 to Ji. IT to 113
wceklj Address F. C. Warburton. Manager.
BELLEVUE SUMMER RES0RT7
A quiet place to epend the Bummer with your
family lake Harbor. Muakexon. Mich, bend
for booklet W. J. Conner, proprietor.
Coin Front at Meet Pier and Beach.
A1LAS.TIC CITY. N. J.
Handsome new hotel Absolutel nreproof: built
cf brick, stonn and steal. 'Krlte for terms and
booklet. JOHN- crtUSE.
formerly The Arllnrton. Tint Sprints. Ark.
Finest Hotel In the city, accommodates SO
ruests. Cu.ine and service ot tne Dt.t. lieaca
Imthlrc: rooms with orlvate bath: superb or
chestra, end all modern con enlences. Booklet.
STEWART g. STEWART, rropa.
GREENBRIER YHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
(The "OLD WHITE" tulphur). NOW OFEX
Famous for Its sulphur baths. Modern Improve
ments with prliate baths. Orchestra of 13 pieces.
Terms. 115 to JS week: JS0 to SM per month.
Write for Illustrated booklet. Address Geo A.
Mills. Jr . MgT., Greenbrier Whits Sulphur
Bprlnss. W. Va
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA.,
Princess Anne Hotel.
Flnert bathlntr beach tn the world. C11mat
unsurpassed. Modem ard up-to-date hotel aerrlc.
Special summer rmtes Booklet.
T. D ORGHN. Proprietor.
BELMAR. N. J.
DIIIECT OCEVN FRONT.
Dc:rlpthe Ilcoklet and Plssram on Application.
Atlantic City, N. J.,
Occupies entire block on ocean front. In coolert
and most picturesque location In Atlantic City.
Now open 400 ocean-lew rooms 150 privat
hathf. Hfmlh cafe, orchestra end culalno of
unusual excellence. F. N. Tike, Proprietor.
HOTEL CHAM BERLIN,
OLD FOIST COMFORT, VIRGINIA.
Most masnlflcently situated and comfortably
furnished hotel oa Atlantic coast.
tncimtr Ritas, June to Oct, $3 pr day up
Special Ueelly Kates. Orchestra, boatlnj.
bathtne. sailing. Ilshlnir. tennis, golf.
Largest military post In th. country. Rendts
tous of North Atlantic Squadron New manage
ment. 103 Booklets may be had at offices Big
Four and C A O. Ry. Geo. F. Adams. Ugr.
Ideal Summer Resort of Western Michigan.
Foclnc Macatawa Bay. flfty rod from Laka
Mich) an, on Pers Marquette Railway. Dally
steamers to Chicago tU Graham &. Morten IJne,
Kctrlc Inr to Holland and Grand Railds. Kx
eel tent boatlnp. bathlnc; and fluhlnc.
II. A. RYDER. Proprietor. MacaUwa. M'ch.
This creat resort open the year round. Combine
rest, health and pleasure for jour vacation. Only
a few hours' ride from St Lou 1 9. near Attica.
2nd , on Wabash Railroad. Nature's threaten cur
for Rheumatlm. Gout. Kidney, Skin. Rlodder.
Stomach and Nfnous dlsats For beautifully
Illustrated maRazlne and all Information, address
II L: Kramer. Gen. Manager. Kramer. Ind. 471.
South Haven, Mich.
An Idel Hotel Ham:.
Rates and Booklet on Application.
SAYLOR SPRINGS, ILL
MINERAL WATERS UNSURPASSED.
l'lala, Tirklah. 31edlcated. Vapor.
Static and Fnratlic Blectrio
Hatha and Manace.
Expert atttnuanU of both sexcj constantly
at hand. DeUchtful locality. Bvery facility
tor rest, recreation, recuperation ami
enjoyment. Hotel accommodations tha
most perfect and desirable, afford! njr flrat
claa city service In rural nurroundlnca.
Rates try reasonable. Bookl4t free.
J. R. HcCUNE, Mer. 6LENDALE HOTEL,
BAYLOR 8P INQS, ILL.
Excursion rates on b. O. aa connecting roads.
IM3 nnd 1007 "VashinKton ave.. l-andlers'of Fira
and Marine Sahage. Vatct for special notices.
SA11UKI. GAS. JIanaser.
A. L SELKSBK & CO.,
AVCTION AND STORAGE.
Recular aalc every Saturday at warehouse ard
renerol efflctP 1SC8-10-13 Chouteau avn. Sales I
residences a trsvlalty. Phom IClnloch C 157. i
1808-10-12 CHOUTEAU AVE,
'REGULAR SATURDAY SALE
At cur sa'esTooms wy Saturday mc-nln at
100 o'clock. In tiese weekly sales we dI"poa ot
Imm-n quantities of I- uriltur. Carpets. Stores
ard other miscellaneous coorls and articles. Our
location lt central asd the atttniacce cf bujers
A. A. SELKIRK & CO.
llntliier- St 15. I'.rrnlnEs SlI5.
AVCIJUU .t I'lKLUV i
WAY UP EAST.
Th I"tnnl."t of Trastles
If'S B3ll6t The Dolls. -notflskfs."
COLTLIlinifs II IMl
I'lIKi: KIMTItTS DV1LV.
nEST SHOW IV TOW 5.
Net .k- -ber & Fields' TI1K OfUvZKK.
HUST BILL OF TIIC MIIVCR.
UEKK OF JIW W
Mr ar'l Mr". Robns. z Katon Jordan .
Trocch Chos Sharp: Mile AIln anrl others
Mat Sun . Vied, and bat. Admission to IMrlc
OpcninsoftheeUNDAY All2 O
AN ORPHAN'S PRAYER
TIoue entirely rfltted and refurnished.
Handomeut In th- West.
Anni CD Than all out of door, even rtth tie
vUULCn breeze1 of Old Ocean.
Afk Powerful Electric Far-. A f
U with special lefd Air riant. V
Sat al no-a open. NO HUNGn IX rniCES.
li 3." and v cnts n-cent Matinee Tues
day. Thursday. fcaturda .
The elite resort of the South Side.
VAUDITVILLE A.D DANwING
AOlIIShlO.V TO IAKK FREE.
SInttnees Saturday nnd Sunday.
Week commencing Sunday, July J6.
Lairrent'e llanlpy it Company In ShaKa-
speare's Istoral IMay, An "ion Like It.'
The Hrst al fresco performanc of "As You
Llkt- It," with the settlna as hakespa- !n
tnded them to be-. eer Blven. One of th fea
ture will b the ffreat wr-tllni: bout between
Oorf Itaptlsl. the champion heaiywelght. and
Mr. Hanley. a Orlando.
Hroken Heart. I? S. Il'way. near Southern Hotel.
Hrcken He&st. oer3 miles of mirror. 6.100 lights.
Hroken Heart. eervday. S a. m. tomldnl&ht.
liroken Heart, worth comlns ml! to see.
Broken Heart. AdmlsIcn free to alL Polite guides.
WEST END HEIGHTS
OPPOSITE WORLD'S FAIK GROUNDS.
Commendnz slth matinee tolay.
ANOTHER BIO LIST OF ATTRACTI0J.3.
GEO. H. WOOD.
THE CLEOS. I
MAIRIAM AINSWORTH. '4 X.
FREESE BROTHERS. i
F0GARTY AND FLANAGAN.
Tn nw Scfr.lc Railway Is the bst Ter.
Thursdav. Julr SO. thera will pf a big oatlns
of the Uquor Dealers Association.
August llth Te-stlmonlnl Bentflt to
Ben Williams. Theatrical Manager.
July -Dn.egtst Clerks' Outinc.
THE BIB PUCE OH THE HILL.
i Five Minutes- Walk From World'a Fair
SECOND GALA WEEK.
The Peerless Myriad Dancer.
Original Comedy Acrobats.
Marvelous Troure of Trained Tropical
Champion Head and Head Balancers.
Eongs. Dances, Character Changes.
LABOR'S CARNIVAL I
J-DIO DATS AND NIGHTS-
HAKDLAN'S PARK. Onrnd mmd Lncltde Ann.
Commenclnr Salurdar. July ;:th. at 7 p. m.
"Wednesday, the 33th Famous NIeht; Thnrsday.
the 20th. Star Night: Friday, the cist. Newspaper
10c GENERAL ADMISSION 10c.
Sunday River Excursions
ALTON and PIASA
OH THE LARGE. FAST SIDE-WHEEIi
sir. GorwinH, Spencer
Boat leave foot of Locust-Street at 9:39
a. in.: returns nt 7 p. m. The best ot serv
ice and a ride ot 70 miles.
FREE VAUDEVILLE SHOW.
Tickets, Round Trip, 25c.
Return checks given good on any trip, r
...SUNDAY, JULY 26th...
STR, GORWIK H. SPENCER
Will LEAVE FOOT OF LOCUST ST.
8 P. H. SHARP. RETURHINS II P. at ,
COME HD KEEP COOL.
TICKETS, 251!. CHILDREN, 10c
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