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THE KEPFBLirrST'XDAT. OOTOBETv 2.i. 100:1.
f You Contract
to buy $10,000 in
5 Gold Bonds from
The Mutual Life Insukanxe
Company or New York,
Kichird .v. McCurdy, President,
Payment to be made during
20 years in annual instalments,
and you die after you have
made one payment, your estate
$500 year for 20 years
Then cash ...
Total guaranteed in gold
Information as to terms can be bad by writing
The Mutual Lin: Insurance
Company ok New York,
Sicsaat) A McCcaDT. President,
Naw Voir, N. Y.
t N. CHENKY. Manager. St. Louis. SIo.
Chemical Bids.. KiEhth and Olive Sts
Returning tourists vmh "nothing to
wear" have only to drop tn at BARIVB to
find the newest and best of the season's
uyles waiting; for them. Come they even
from acros. the seas. Ban's buyers hava
rot here lllt nhe.il nt them with the new-
..at. most chic of European modes. The
i-au season is "on at iiarrs great siui-
MINISTER TO PERSIA FINED
FOR INSULTING AN ITALIAN.
Verlinl Km-nnnter Willi Hallway
I!tuplnic nt Oenoti TtrwaRut t the
Attention of Authorities.
Home o-t H Richard Pearon. for
merly T'nlieU States Consul at Genoa, and
now llinisKr to Persia, has been fined
6 and 515 costs for Insulting an Italian
railway official last December, previous
to bis appointment as Minister.
Tlie Government was desirous of set
tling the Incident by pardoning; Mr. Pear
ton, but the latter refused to ask for the
King's clemency, as prescribed by law.
Mr. Pearson on December 2 had some
words at th3 railroad station at Genoa
., with some other passengers about seats
'f In a car. and an employe of the road ln-
tsrrencd. whereupon Mr. Pearson. It is
claimed, used insulting: language in ad
dressing the employe.
The Incident would hate been closed It
Mr. Pearson, on returning to Genoa, had
not made a report to the station master
against the employe, repeating the alleged
Insults In writing and signing hi. name as
Consul General of the United States, thus
compelling the employe to defend himself.
The latter ud the Consul General's letter
as evidence before the judicial authorities,
and. Mr. Pearson not appearing, he was
sentenced bv default
DE LA VAULX IS BUILDING
ANOTHER BIG BALOON.
SPEflAI. UT CABLE TO THE NEW TORK
I1KRAIJ) AND THE 6T. IXjriU Kta'DBIJC.
rurls. Oct. 24. (Copyright. IMS.) The
Comte -de la Vaulx to only waiting for
Ideal weather to undertake another sensa-
tonal balloon voyage. In company with
Comte Castlllon de Ealnt Victor, the
Comte de la Vaulx Is now devoting him
self to Important experiments on his new
baHoort the Afedltenmea U. which haa
been fitted with new mechanical devices
and a powerful motor.
When the balloon Is supplied with mech
luilsm It will look something like an aerial
automobile. It Is now termed "the spheri
Lieutenant von Korwln, chief of the
Austrian military aeronautlo department,
has Just returned to Vienna from Paris,
after a sojourn here of twelve days. He
speaks enthusiastically of the courtesy
of the Taris Aero Club. During his visit
Lieutenant Kornln concluded an arrange
ment with Comte de la Vaulx to take part
in ballooning contests at the St. Louis
It Is announced on the best authority
that a young savant whose name Is with
held has discovered a method of soldering
and brazing aluminum, after four years
of study. The soldering Is said to be four
times stronger than the metal and lnex
Iensive The same Inventor says he has discov
ered a method of hardening aluminum and
retaining its lightness, the hardened alu
minum being to the ordinary metal what
steel Is to Iron.
NOT POPULAR IN PARIS.
KPBHI. BV CABLE TO THE NEW TORK
1IBRALD AM) THE ST L0UI9 REPUBLIC.
Paris. Oct. It (Copyright. l!HB.)-ln
suite of adverse conditions, the first per
formance of Massenet's comic opera.
"Jlermdlade." at the Theater de la Gaite.
which had excited great expectations, was
given this week and had great success.
The principal artists, Mme. Calve. Mme.
1'acarj. XI Benaud. M. Jerome and M.
Fournct. were greatly applauded. The
piece, which is rirely sung in Paris, ex
Htul favorable comments. It Is considered
by some one of Messenet's best.
Paris now ha three opera-houses en
joying municipal support, and there Is
some complaint about the high prices. It
Is saM that francs Is too much for a
scat in a popular theater.
Several restaurateurs In Paris state that
the custom of taking a regular supper
alter the theater is dying out. Durand
"Kashlonable people no longer come to
take the traditional supper. They only sit
iHmcnfor a short gossip and order a cup
if chocolate, with Ice cream or pattlsseria.
Restaurants which formerly were crowd
nl with people remaining for supper now
find that In a quarter of an hour only a
ctazen persons remain.
FRENCH RAILWAY PUTS
PICTURES ON ITS CARS.
il'Kl'IAI. BV CABLE TO THE NEW TORK
HERALD AND THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC
Paris. OcL 2t-(Copyright. lMU-rhe
Western Railway Company has put In
service lis first train of new cars, with
special pictorial designs, invented by M.
Edouard Cros. consisting of emblematic
armories. Each car has a distinctive
blazon, consisting of some animal, flower
or other object, which helps passengers to
remember easily their car.
-Ttw devices used on the train already
ninninc are a windmill, a Hon. a ballocn.
a guitar, a grapevine, a woman on a hecr
barrel, a rose, a ship and a cock The
train runs from Paris to Cherbourg.
REGULAR EXHIBITIONS OF
WORKS OF OLD MASTERS.
SPECIAL BT CABLE TO THE NEW TORK
HERALD AND THE ST. LOfIS KEII'KLH'
- Paris, Oct. 24. (Copyright. 1903.) A
movement Is on foot among leading pic
ture dealers In Paris to hold periodical ex
hibitions of works of old masters In some
place open to the public Numerous rare
works are never seen except by a few
art tics and amateurs. The scheme would
add one more Important salon to the art
rife of Paris.
Sunday Table d'Hote Dinners at
-The Washington." King's highway and
i, Cuotl Shepherd Eacbrr.
A progressive cuchro for the benefit or
: the Sisters of the Good Shepherd will
-'take place to-morrow night In the Jeffer
son Club Hall, Grand avenue and west
FOR DEATH MJT1CES SEE
PAGE SBVES, PART THREE.
TO MEET DOWIE,
If Hi Should llw't Klijsili II in
tin- Next World, Hi' Sa.-. "
Ht Would HastPii to
tht' Other l'lai'f.
WILL SPEND YEAR IN ITALY.
Hopes That Climate Will lSunelit
Mrs. CleniensV Health
Iuihs Over Proposed
New York. Oct. 24. Mark Tnaln. with
Mrs. I'lemens and the Misses Clara I- and
Jean Clemen', stilled for Europe this
n-ornlng on the steamship Princess Irene.
He will spend with his family at leatt
one ear In Florence. In the soft climate
of which he hopes that Mrs. Clemens will
be able to recover her shattered health.
Before his departure the author said
that he had planned. In addition to his
regular-literary, work, to start three nov
els wklle abroad.
"I do not expect to finish them all in
Florence, as no particular time has been
set for turning them over to the publish
ers." he said.
At the pier some one asked Mark what
he thought of the local political situation.
"I am of the opinion that the fuilonitt.i
will win. At least I hope so. I do not
believe that the people of New Tork will
fall to return Mayor Low. Certainly all
self-respecting people hope for this.
"Fusion must be likened to heaven. In
comparison to Tammany, which Is cer
TALKS ON DOWIK.
Mr. Clemens was asked if be thought
Dowle resembled the character of the
King In "Huckleberry Finn." The humor
"I reckon he was a little different,
though." he said, "because the King
painted himself with eIlow spots to
frighten people an ay. As to nny reem
blance between the two well, let me
see. Maybe there Is, but then, you know
that I have never seen Donle with his
clothes off. But there Is a thing "l do
wLh to say: I am harassed by the pre
sentiment. "X fear that I am going to meet Dowle.
No. not In this world; In the other world.
My life has been such In the past year
that I feel certain I am going to meet
Dowle In that other land. Where? Oh. I
don't know, but wherever It Is. whether in
heaven or hell, wherever It Is that I go
In this other life If I And Dowle theie, I
am going to the other place straight. I
will ."pend no time making up my mind
It's made up already. I like society, 1 at
ways want it. but I don't want Doie. I
don't want Mrs. Eddy, either, or an) of
Mr. Clemens was Informed that II. W.
Lucy of London Punch, who arrived here
this morning on the Lucanla. had stated
that Mr. Clemens 'and Jie. at a dinner at
Mrs. Edwin A. Abbey's home in Loudon
a few years ago. had talked over the ad
visiblttty of getting out a pot-mortem
blackmailing sheet to - be called the
"Obituary." Mr. Iaicy said that the hu
morist was to start the paper upon his
return to this country, and that the two
were to divide the profits.
WOULD AVOID MEETING.
Mr. Lucy said that since then he had
heard nothing about lion the paper was
doing, and that Mime time before sailing
for this country be wrote Mr. Clemens
asking him about IL In reply he received
a cable dispatch saying that the liumoriM
would leave this country the day t-fore
Lucy arrived lr. ordr to avoid an ac- I
"Yes. Lucy and I talked over surh a
paper." said Mr. Clemens, "and i think
that no money-making scheme was eier
more promising. We would write our
obituaries of men who are alive; there is
no money In writing an obituary around a i
corpse; It takes no Interest In what Is said
about It doesn't care. You could call il
any kind of a name and only .strain your
self. "But when you write an obituary about
a man who Is alive you find that he is
willing to buy up your whole edition api
tojwy for the elimination of the snaily
spots In his career, as well as the spots
which are amenable to being shaded by
an artistic hand. It will be a great money
maker, but I found there was more mone
In It for Twain than for two, so I elim
"I would never have sent any message
at all. had I known he would be in the
city the same day that I wa. Lucy oc
cupies the position with regard to me that
St. Clair McKelnay says Harper &
Bros, occupy. " 'Harper's.' he said, 'are
living on hope, while Clemens has an ac
compllshed certainty." So It 1 with
Mr. Clemens referred to the annuity
which has been granted to him for life
by the Harper's.
Mr. Lucy, who Is known as Toby. M.
P.' upon landing produced this letter,
written several weeks ago by Mark
"My Dear Lucy: You will arrive on the
morning that I depart, and so there in't
going to be any renderlngf accounts. The
Obituary will still be continued to be pub
lished, but you're out of IL I am llrmly
convlnccd that In Its earning capacity it
is better for Twain than for you. You were
is better for Twain than for two. You were
the other s"gmenL of the 'two.' Goodby.
(Signed) "MARK TWAIN."
Don't thlnt you can cure your dyspcpila
In tUT othtr way thin by strengthenlus
and' toning yonr stomach. t
That is weak and Incapable of per!ormp
It. functions, probably because yon hare
Imposed upon It In one tray or another over
and orer agalrC
Yen should take
It strengthens and tones the stomach,
and permanently cures dyspepsia" and all
ston troubles. Accept no substitute
WTLBir COMBBUffO '
TW Mir RAFR retUVIrrtaMdoKeclclOT
Tmr all !. .4 l fin. fm m4
UanamW. tt 1U TH-rm tm X din. B& .
mtili vtMrps tm rartlrmUn, TUlamiaXa
T1TIXJOX Jixi)icxi.co-Jr.uvkiu,rniLuri. i
lilt. K. . TIIOMt),
Xlar isi-r S.tl- I--iit "ha- M
i . si iiiii. wrltf"
'I 1. 111 mmmI; in the hishevt I. rm '
KuiHtia Tablet. After si veai' xuff 1
ing and MH-tlmcnlliiK nltli xu-cilh-t !--l-'ia
oun- without beinc -urvl. I tri-l
IliiM'ii.'t Tat let . and mnt ttuihful!
mv that tnu bottles- vrT.-i-ted a imrt-i
a hartv meal. Ymi .mii ii- ill' 1 it.- in ai
uinVrwt will lie miually bin-ntl Vmir" n.j 11 ul
We challenge the world to produce the eijunl of ICiijK'Vsi;i Tab
lets for the cure of all stomach troubles arising from imperfect di
gestion. We don't care how manv doctors have treated yon. nor
how manj- other remedies you have tried, nor how obstinate the
case mar be, nor how lonjr standing. Kupcpsia Tablets are guar
anteed. Itrfuar llirni siilillt ntt-. 1 our Mont- ICif mitlril If 'I lit- 1'nll.
It all rtil UlHKKi-t .r iltrr.1 M ; a '- Till -nut tte.nl-.. .(1 !"IBH h It.itlM wil ft-.
THE EUPEPSIA CHEMICAL CO., 409 Walnut Si.. St. I.oui.s.
Finest Rings of Horses
Tlif nlf tf t-nlB fir Mtiiclr irrfiirniiiiMr iiint Hint
In iiiunilnK ut t tiVlocL. nt Ihillman llrtm.. Il-ii Ollir "-t.
Prices: ll-rrnl sriil.
THE LYMAW TWINS
AT THE RACES
supported by l'TII HO"! aail n I burua .if slnalnar nml llaiirluc Clrl.
THE MIDNIGHT EXPRESS. i:iti:i is.
A BUSINESS EDUCATiGiy
and THE PLACE TO GET iT
kstui.imii:i in isti.
StudrntH mav enifr ar an time and w.r. i yuih hiiidt. n Ihrj dr-ire
Hay School Is in '-.lon durinc Hie entire cir VirIh Si NiI fnn 5?epte-nt-r o
Bunne Houe.-. Rlnk. Uailmad Ofil.-es. Te;npli orire. I'rores'iomt JIn. eie .
supplleil with reliable Itonkkeeper SteroRi ipnen. Ti3nipli uperator .ir..l t'lerlk
Uraduate. nr nIteil In ,onirliiR iinK rHM-itiuni miliout extr.i ch.in;e
For Information. Ctalopje-. ef-. . ill :it the -ollee orn e or adilrr-i
--, f..., n.T.. 'Hell Mnln 3!ll..
TKI.KlMIO.El .Klnlo.-b ICKt.
i i rarvjiia--irTjjirijijuio.ojnjLrir'L t.r
And All Ihe Wook FollawlnR,
rrtttttist Uiitij. iietiij u: ncrtfij
Rltllt itl Sitirfij Hitien.
RIP VAM WINKLE
Klttttllj itl frisiy mitts,
THE RIVALS, ' Mmi a
Sitarttr !t-D:ib!t !,
CRICKET OK THE HEARTH "" ;
LEHD HE FIVE SHILLINGS uJn.r, ,
Kal ran ! rcurl t malt if a - -rrtipl
Ii itMniUanre and wlr adlre- Timx1 n-
' ' i
Coming! First Time Iterel -Xov. 1st
The AUGUSTIN DALY MUSICAL CO. in
Direct If in Dtlj't Tctitir, Kt Iirt
Our 2 Tim li Utf n; ISO !!! R. T.
20 Friidpils Ct:rtt of E3 Urp OrcUitn
nr.uld ila) at another faaa N" Hf-sl!
The areateit of all mu.Icat cstt:'!
lleaerxeil Seal, on ."ale Tliuril).
UBIXBMANN . WBUB
llu'lcal farce br V Mannitar-li
- im . n .... ,
l-,r-l apperai w. wt"im "n'lir iirinrfn'iii j
Lobnlanx. Next Ttior-Olv Nnht Oct
thiroaa tSon'D 'KBAXrllJX
THE BERUTZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES,
JIKCITAL 1IAL1. ODKO.V
laindl S Ottoti'e a s lieurea - du 1!
lxclcur de nn:rerltr do rait
Ssjit: Qat Jin ti Ottentn fn&cilu n Ii iU;U M
BlUfti rronnflj rbtrnu cratu.temeni iur
dcmanJe a Veccl
The I?rokn llrait. Broad may. ret tv yh rn
IIMCL S- tue crtctna. aiH t )
Oier 1 mile, of minor, flee to a'.l every ,'ir
TO ALL WEAK AND DISEASED MEN '
p, br lite XuUr RprUUt at tie jcrrat UeMIbrc
fcdtcaTlnstUat. Surasl, to all nwn-fco wd Ua .
on errat raraUTe acvet, vlcctrfrltr Jltntioa tais I
XTt VTrlta today D4d2reItartmit
HEIDEIBERB MEDICAL IHSTIIUIL
Comrrain&awi Jbcrtfetrati.bt.ral. Xlaa.
SIX YEARS WITH
n .at ull.tt I 11., ,,.1(! , .
v n 1 - n ... tn-1
k 11. 1 im;t tihm..
NOV. 2 TO 7
Ever Seen in St. Lxuis
n mix r i I1I77IIM.
lM-OHI'(lltATi:U I.N 1S4I1.
ictuu ebsiiess m:
TICE ltd FS1CIK11
G. BOHMER, President.
Continuous Yaudeiille,2:30 to 10:30 Daily.
Beginning Monday Matinee, Oct. 26.
EMHETT CORRIGAH & CO.,
IB Tt.e IM ml i! Kelt' n O'. J
WT-. ct.'l I; l!
BILLY SIHQLE CLIFFORD,
SWAN AND BA&BARD,
K n".c x "i V.f '
rtli:lc La : . V ft
KENNEDY AND ROONEY,
NVielir Dan hi a I Jr
MARTIN AND RIDGWAY, ,
HOLMES AND WALDON, '
v'orodr ilul a :..$;j
Thf Slecrinc H-autj ar.I th It,i
I5c 30c 50c
ORCHESTRA CHAIRS RESERVED, 75c.
WILLIAM F. HOMES. II J niEk'VPiTt
Pte-ld.nl e-tarr I I
rlAIIUMIbU 1. no
SII.SSIII'IU S-1ATC 3ILTLAI. KlltK MJ
aiiii.m: i. n mi him'. cou..v.
Ornce Na. tIT Ctiolnul .t. St L..UI-. 11..
Tei mu iiiin rnn Tei Kim.h a ii I I
Hellelea ar .,l,i.n r- ..ihrr ..i. ........
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Ileum r !laaiuc- J nr !.;:c.
M Tl Orthw.lr. I l W-rr
Wn P llrrrw- I - - f-l
way i r
Ww v a rr
Se' StiMmnitit xJ d V in iii i i .jji pj.jii mljj- I--,., ..--
14th and Locust Sts Ja fjJ XT 6y ah
I'rlrr, lllr. 2llr. Kltr. Sllr. S fff && gfcjal mV B VE
B, & O. S-W.
I TRAIHS HAVE
9:30 i.U. 9.01 P.M. 2.05JLU. '
Otiii. Slit- ii' C-Ih StitJa.
Do You Ever
stop to consider the
pretent elilciency of the
compared with what It
entered the field? W
OE&TURY THEATER- TO-WSGHT
ly& AfJD HIS GREAT
Largest and Most Costly Minstrel Organization in the World.
ri:tii. I'ltit i:s at i:ii. m vriMiK as- to i.im.
s . "tzt:
srulm fur -rt Mt-rl.
h . .
f . in
: Production -'OLU
TH GREATEST SPECTACULAR TRIUMPH IN THE
HISTORY OF" THE STAGE.
toivrm h pbrj Mra CTSi? W RTS
iiiiii:n. b refS 1 ?sciP B Bfiw?
flit I'l l-IMI IKMIsK. Inmr II. I HWII.Ks I.II.IIIIUT. llnrj Iiiiip.
Ill-" I.II.WIIII IIVII. I'lniii.. Ill.l.l:. l s.ll.. Ilnri.
flit. I. Iv Mlltl II. I'lillr.
Seat Sal; ojhus to-morrow Mojriay morning. 9 o'clock, at Bollroai Bras.'.
1120 Olire St. Ticke's. SI. SI.50. S2. S2.50; Bgxss 515. s.. MJ, n ,r . . -,
SII 61D WOmii CONCERTS.
ORCHESTRA, 60. CHORUS, 350, ALFRED ERNST, Director
Subscription Lists Now Op:n at ths Office of the Secrotary -the
PROSPECTUS AND FULL PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION.
Telephones l.indcll 643. Delmar 1797.
iviELviLLEBtRAYMOND jgg REBECCA WARREN Board of Police Commissioners
, , . -. ..... H nnelnllueil .tolen prierl.
In l...r....er N.I.r.l' llrn.imlUnll..., of r Ilnr.l ..,el. u wU rll ,pr,.i1B,iUe.
"Teas nic THr? ibgRnif i & "'ii.'s.K.sjw
C Wim&tmJ a B Q U sn 3J7
The UtttltU S:or,t 01 I otlib Vaianf . i
THi-crAflVTMUP daYkiothing HIGHER
matinees i ucouhs
When Women Love f
I'lni for Hie l'e,le. nml n
Sr.l.. ii t V l T- i- r IMr- '
fll U MADTIUIC tAHOL'tSJo.aw
HLi ! IllHIl I III
Uncle Toms Cabin
IUUATi I WhhtWiiUaotScmicEmbiMiamtnt.
Cil I'COPLE rlA COU1BED tf ?tSSMV
OU OX 7.40H. iU M.VOV. 1U BLOODItOVSD?.
e ttSoadsr MMtlatt Ve'Wa Mctltnrf la "M'llf
COMMENCING MATINEE TO-DAY
Presenting tho Latost
k BilLTO HOOISDEe
Introducing a Mighty Gathering of Protty Girls,
Grand Specialties, Clevor Comedians
Elaborate Scenery, Beautiful Costumes.
Brilliant Burloaquo and Parisian Pastimes.
NEXT ATTRACTION -
UZrfSv LIQUOR DRINKING. MORPHINE KeeleV '
-y. D". UliAIMII.PIiy.lotanantlManBa.r. ff- j
2803 LCCUST STREET. ST
houc TaiamtHT roa
VEDHEDAY AND SATURDAY
OF JAS. H. DECKER
ml su. iuriln . W
OF THt SEASON.
a h 111 U Magnitude
MONDAY EVENING, NOV. 2, AT 8:15.
ONLY APPEARANCE OF MADAME
( aier lilrectioa (
Mcht Prices 15c. 25c. 35c, 5QC. 75c.
USBMehHi O EItaaiD
e c .t a) Nt Y
I i'aj tar ttc StuJtat ef Itumm .Valor.
5tji :.- - - f ai f.b r'a-j
1 he Recognized Family
Theater and the most
i,,,..,-. " "V"
City, and at popular
. nr r j en.
I5c, 25c, 35c and 50c
,foi Mil Ctr Llact la lb
Cie Pitt tht Door.
PUT TRUE '
TO LIFE, i
l.imil n n ua Hale Kier Seen.
I. rs -' M t"-;i!!" !:. .f Flai'
I5c, 25c, 35c, 50c.
cfthi Immoral Amtrkta Drimt
Musical Hit, Entltlod
IN TWO ACTS.
SAM DEVERE'S CO.
LOUIS. Tcixexoax Unocu. tS5
Toeaceo ao atvaajTMCfiia.
iA.fi. SELKIRK & CO.,
AUCTION AND STORAGE.
lr. iuljr iste evr arurdiiT at warehou't
t- t r-i .ifn '503 tO-l? Ch'Utfao ave.
-a r- i fi.Iii. a t i.Tt Phrne Kinloca
' a ' n i-r a anrfler tit
-j .as U 5r f ' cDrclal DO-
Stllin. c;s. Mnnncer.
On Tiiursday ani Friday. Nov. 12 and 13,
t mi!ttMii-IiiK at ! - 1- rnrli "
Mi II1 rll lit
Ir ncniunt 1'lre I nlrrrrltrr.
1005 and 1007 Washington Ave.,
ST. LOUIS. WO .
The sniwuce- f
WOLFF & MARX, San Antonio, Tex.,
Cry Goods Dcpariment Store.
I .nlliliic ul Hie liillmtlllK
ll,iiiietlr nml siniilf-N,
While 1". I.lneui,
lite., i:iiilroiilerle. ellliiKM.
sU. Wlri. rreie le Thine.
siill. sUlrl.. shlrl Unll. rnMers.
Nit!ii. ruriil-lilni:' !
At il mh nthfrr cxvl a onlv rtrt--la3
- iiiw Hr :! D'--.iitm.'iit Stores
'lh. ili. i..ls .,r-. "f ih 'uuhrt la-J.
I'r all imiMiilativl." ami .rial. on" am
95 are Absolutely Parfe:t Condition.
Xi .i'" "f -' h elsalil 'uKll-.ot- Ul
..!.'. ar.l j-,..it!.- i,... ii- lu eer
i.f. t. in i'. I tui. i-f S1 I." - w"
.ui hi. i .1 Jilt !i. Tli-n r r. the
i :rjli -l.""'d h nitr,-1-!'
i... K hitmnm il i I- f'. -j
Mill HI. Iit Ma miser.
SALOOH mJTF17, Etc.,
KHOWS hi VAt PAUflS.
Wednesday, Oct. 28,'03
n r ; .i I't '. .
T it.V- ' ur Kt El
r nr ft 1! cT
Iji-.t r tliar
ti:um I ll
. . -i:i.KIKK .1. III.. urllineer.
At S. E. Cor. 23d and Wash
Alonila, Oct. 26, 1903,
V lll .11 l .itl I'. ii. fur ar ount of
u' i . pi i .i rn ir ui'r.sln bGller.
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AT 1810 CHOUTEAU AVE,
Auction Sale of Cremoline Mfg. Co.'s
Stock and Futures.
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REGULAR SATURDAY SALE
At our aleroom every Saturday mornlnjr at
1J o clock. In the xtrklr alea we ulipct,
oC unnniK quaatltlta ot furniture. Carpeta.
Stoves and other mitcellaDeous jioila and ar
ticles. Our location Is central and the attend
ance ot buieri very aattftactory.
A. A. SELKIRK & CO.
BR3ADWAT AND 630 STREET, NEW TORK CITT.
Telephone In every Room.
Ilunnio HI.SO per ilny nml upward".
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(h I I fratuie f l r httn th ia -t!te H'itj
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mWruitAn Tar- tl Hot Dinner
r m' -S t : t to 8 J Uy, tl.
Ilrtauratit notl for th exetllrwe of It
cuiln-. It ffflcUnt srn ic and moderate price
, Kroro Orarn! Central Ftatloa tak car market
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, I! tI Empire in seren falmitp. A jtrat-jtf
number of trrH car llns po the Ilotfl On
rr ttian anv othr hotel In the cits
i FT'.ra all Ferr. Steamboat and Ocn
steamer -walk n mocK to Kievaie! umii
war and take Itli Ar.. to r.lllfi Mrert,t
f " t uM.li Ifftfel I nne mlnut walk,
' in. mite trt lrtnrltvt T1ater and Shops
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