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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. JULY 19. 1904.
WILLIAM F. HOMES. II. J. DII.'KN'niTE.
ESTAtll.ISlinD IK IStJ
JIISSOI'RI STATU MLTUAL I'lltll AND
MARI.M2 I.SURACK COMI'AXY.
Oftlcr. No 717 Chestnut t , Ft. Louis. Mo.
Tel. Bell Main IKIA. Tel. Klnl-ch A 1X3.
Policies ara K rltten oa either stock or mutual
Henry C. Haarsllck. J. It. C. Lucas,
M. rt. Orttmeln. D. D. Walker.
Wm. F. Home.. Jas. W. 1311.
. C. Koivse.
LEXINGTON MAN IS SHOT.
Menaugh and Simmons Scufie;
the Latter May Die.
Lexington, Ho., July IS. Ennis Simmons
was shot and perhaps fatally wounded by
Loren Menaugh this morning. The shoot
ing occurred in a restaurant on Tenth
street. Different stories are told as to
the cause of the trouble.
.Menaugh claims the shooting was acci
dental. Ho says they were engaged in a
friendly scuffle and he did not know the
revolver was loaded.
Simmons v. as taken to the ofllco of Doc
tori, Tucker and ITtedcndall, where the
wound vtas dressed.
Simmons says the scuffle began in a
half friendly ay. but gTew to be serious,
and claims that Menaugh shot him inten
tionally. Menaugh was arretted and the
case is being investigated.
are very often attributed to biliousness
and the stomach is treated to cathartics.
Paint spells are often accompanied by
biliousness, but you will also notice short
ness of breath, asthmatic breathing, op
pressed feeling In chest, weak or hungry
spells, which are all early symptoms of
Don't make the mistake of treating the
stomach when the heart is the. source ot
Ntw Heart Cur
will strengthen the nerves and muscles
et the heart, and the fainting spells, to
gether with, all other heart troubles, will
"Four years ago I was very low with
heart trouble; could hardly walk. One
cay I had a fainting spell, and thought
I would die. Soon after I began using Dr.
Miles Heart Cure, and after taking three
bottles I feel that I am cured." MKS.
HFFIBJ ClOUGH. Ellsworth Falls. Maine.
The first bottle will benefit; If not. the
druggist will return your money.
Uurlaxa and Death Notices Inserted tn
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art. Cleveland Plain Dealei
UKUCE-Entered Into rest July 17. 1904. Erne
iiVSf.tf.1. n (nee Beeseimanm, beloved
Tuesday. July 19. at 2 p. m.7 from riSSly reS.
?, No. 3337 Northgieventh streetTto Beui
fontamo Cemetery. Friends Invited to alien!
DI?Fr-.F';rs 'Sis"' m Thursday, July
II, 1M. at Delta, Colo., William A. iSeacy.
beloved son of Um. James F. Conlon, aged 23
?"" .Xr,.,rt,Uke JPla from the fam
ily residence, No. 771J Mlchlcan avenue to
St. Columbkllle's, Church, thence to Calvary
Cemetery. Friends are respectfully Invited.
Due notice ot Una will be glien. Deceased
a member of St. Coiumbkllle's Council No
37, K, F, Jl,
,.FSi'FT Entered into rest on Monday. July
1. mot. at 12:50 o'clock a. m.. Mary Foley 7n
Travers), beloved wlfo of James Foley and
niece of James. Frank and John Dockery
Enner?l.w!11 t&ke Pace 'rom family residence.
J"i Mp, North Nineteenth street, on wednes-.r1'0-
"J9 o'ck a. m.. to bl
Bridget's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery.
Friends are respectfully Invited. Stafford, Conn.,
papers please copy.
FIRBORN-Entered" into rest after a
lingering illness. July 17. ISO, at 11 d. m., Har-vJy-J1n.erbornr?.eed
M rrs. beloved husband
of Carolina A. Feuerborn (nee Antroblus), dear
father of Amelia. Harvey and Willie, devoted
son of Mrs. Loulea Feuerborn and dear brother
of Anna and Frederick v. Feuerborn. Funeral
will take place Wednesday, July to. at 2 p m .
from family residence. No. CSJ3 Texas avenue
Friends of the family invited to attend.
GLENB0N On Monday, July 18, uoi, at 12:13
nana oi tMinc uienaon (nee lllzglDDons). aeed
------... -.,,... ..-... ,.,.., u ,,uD
tt years. The funeral will take place Wednes
day, the SOth Inst., at 8:20 a. m.. from family
cDiuouyv, no. awt rraina avenue, 10 lioiy
ti vuunii, tacjice 10 iaivai l,eraeiery.
"iwiu, wi ir miuii
te family are lnvltea to attend,
a member of Mound City Coun-
jueceasea wan a :
ell. No. 715, B, A.
HBIDEMANN-On Saturday, July 18 1901. at
10:30 o'clock p. m.. Susan Heldemann (nee Wal
ters), beloved wife of Charles Heldemann, aged
JO years 8 months and days. Funeral Tues
day. July 1. at 1:20 p. in., from family resi
dence. No. 1027 Blair avenue, to Frleden's Cem
etery. Relatives and friends Invited.
HERRMANN On Saturday. July 18. 1304, at
4 :1S p. m. Mna. Louisa Herrmann (nee Fritz),
beloved widow of George Herrmann, at the
f" of 77 years. Funeral from funeral parlor
of Phil A. Schmitt. No. 2211 south Broadnay.
Tuesday, July 13, at 2 p. m.
KNI8ELT On Sunday. July 17, 1904, at 2:30
m.. Charier II. icnltv fuiiiu ....k,h
of Ellrabeth C. Knlsely oiee Folk), at No. 3134
Pine street. Services at No. 3134 Pine street
July U, at 4 p. m. Filenda Invited. Inter
ment at jaarsnaJitown, la.
OVERFEfn At Centennrv ITnnltDl tiv i
1904. George H. Overfeld, ajted 36. Sh'reveport.'
".. i.Aw. ac., p(,cia (iicuse cop.
PORCBLIj Entered Into rest on Mondar, July
It, UiOI. at 11:30 a. m, Julia, beloved daughter of
Thomas W. and Ellen Purcell (nee Uxlte) and
our dear slst.r. Funeral from residence. No.
2640 Caroline street. Wednesday morning at 8:30
o'clock, to St. Kevin's Church, thence to Cal
vary Cemetery. Friends Invited.
SCANfAN At family residence. No. S33S Lu
cas avenue, at 9:15 a. m., on Monday. July 18,
1904. Mary F. Scan Ian. In the sixty-eighth year
cf her ace.
WAGONER UNDERTAKING CO.,
1UT OLIVE ST.
Day or Night.
MISSOURI dEMHTORr DSSOCI.T
fitaea, room MB GrwlU bids. a.maUoaa, Ui. I
Nine out of ten women are nervous
suffering in silence. Sick headache is one
of the first symptoms things go on from
bad to worse until utter collapse.
Don't delay if you have frequent head
aches that is a sure indication your stomach
is wrong. Indigestion, dyspepsia, constipa
tion, liver and kidney troubles soon follow.
will quickly seek out and correct stomach
complications headaches disappear, your
appetite is good, refreshing sleep is induced.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is very
pleasant to take, and is sold by all
druggists SOc and Jl bottles.
BEST FREE. Trial bottle and
valcablo boolc oa stomach troubles.
FEPSSM SYRUP COMPANY
TO TAX LEVY.
Declare They AVill Attempt Jo Or
ganize County as Municipal
Township if Special Assess
ment Is Made.
Mayor Edward S. Hart and City At
torney Sam D. Hodgdon of Webster
Groves appeared before tho St. Louis
County Court in Clayton yesterday and
declared that. If they could not bo ex
empted from a special tax levy of 15 cents
on the JIM assessed valuation, they would
attempt to have tho county organized un
der a municipal township form of govern
ment. Under this plan the taxes collected from
a certain bection would be expended for
improvements in that section Instead ot
being put upon roads that tho taxpayers
Incidentally it would deprive tho County
Court of tho power to appoint road over
seers which at present is valuablo to
build up a political machine at the ex
pense of the public road fund. Under the
township sjstem the read overseers would
be elected by the citizens of the district
In Thlch they work.
The Webster Groves officials have been
trying for several jears to be exempted
from the pament of the special road tax.
Their constituents pay the general tax
without a murmur, even though none of
the funds collected are ever expended on
the Improvement of the roads within the
corporate limits of the town.
They say. In fact, that they would not
object to paying the special levy if tome
of tho funds were devoted to the town
streets, but object strenuously to paving
for road improvements in sections of the
county in which they never travel.
St. Louis County Is at present composed
of live townships, but they are not. it is
said, known as municipal 'townships, but.
Instead, are mere territorial subdivisions.
The other incorporated towns. Kirkwood,
Ferguson and Florissant, also contribute
to the road fund, but none of the money
is ever spent within their limits, as the
County Court has boen advised that it
would not be legal to do so.
To organize the county under the town
ship form of government, it is necessary to
first petition the County Court, after
which it Is mandatory upon that body to
submit ths proposition to the voters at the
flrst regular elecUon thereafter.
I'D Teleulaone No. Tlrll Mnin
103U, Klnlocb D 1SU4,
For full information about the cool sum
mer resorts of Wisconsin and Northern
Michigan. Round-trip tickets from St.
Louis are now on sale daily, reading over
the Northwestern Line, at special low
rates. You can leave St. Louis to-day, and
early to-morrow reach any one of hun
dreds of charming lake resorts, cool and'
pleasant, with excellent hotel facilities,
golf links, tennis courts, yachting fleota,
bathing beaches and the best of fishing for
your diversion. We will gladly furnish
booklets, complete detailed maps, exten
sive lists of hotels and hotel rates on ap
plication. For sleeping car reservations
and full InformaUon apply to Ticket Office,
505 Olive street.
WILL OF MRS. UNA HERTTER.
Leaves Part of Her Estate to Rel
atives in Old Country.
The -will 6f Mrs. Lina Hcrtter was filed
for probate yesterday. She directed that
her husband's library be given to the
Reverend Frederick Dletz of I'aar, near
She left 50 each to the General German
Protestant Orphan Association and the
She directed that a monument be erect
ed In her burial lot In Bellefontalno Ceme
tery. She divided her Jewelry among her
relatives and left several legacies ranging
from $50 to $300 to relatives and friends,
and directed that the rest of her estate
be sold and tho proceeds divided into two
parts, one to contain $700 more than the
Of the larger part. $7,000 is to be hold in
trust for the benefit of the two children
of her deceased brother, and the rest for
the benefit of her niece, Charlotta Mat
tick. The other part is to be divided among
the widow and children of Frederick
Dletz. who reside In Brandenburg. Prus
slti; the children of Julia Tropf of Franken
thal, Bavaria; the widow and children of
Julius tiles ana Ann -Mueller, nee RIes,
cousin of testatrix's husband.
Green or Black
THE C. F. BLANKS CO
DAVID G. DVANS & CO..
WM. SCHOTTEN & CO..
STEINWBNDER. STOFFREGEN CO.
CAUSED OT BLOW,
l'liysiciaus Testify That Wounds
Were Inilicted Uefore the Hotly
Ueaehed the Water.
OPEN VERDICT IS RETURNED.
Nothing in Evidence to Support
Suspicion That United Stutes
Euvov Met With Foul
Klngsbrldg. Devonshire. July 18.
"Found dead, washed up by the sea In
Bigbury Bay. Devonshire," was the ver
dict to-day of tho Coroner's Jury in tho
Inquest on the body of F. Kent Loomls.
The evidence was not very conclusive ami
wholly conjectural, as pointed out by the
Coroner when lie advised this open ver
dict, adding that although death was
caused by a blow there was nothing to
Justify the suspicion that it was foully
Consul Stephens of Plymouth has charge
of the body, which is in a fair state
of preservation. It will bo embalmed and
slipped to the United tSates for burial as
soon as practicable.
Tho Inquest threw the picturesque little
Devonshira village of Thurlestone, on the
shores of Bigbury Bay, Into a state of un
wonted excitement. The court, over which
the County Coroner, Doctor Sidney Hack
er, presided, was somewhat late In as
sembling. In consequence of the delay In
carrying out tho olllclal medical examina
tion of the bod.
This was conducted by two local doctors,
whoso testimony v-as to tho effect that
there was a contused wound below and
behind the right ear. indicated by the
extravasation of blood in the scalp and a
rupture of the covering of the brain There
was also a geiural bruise. Involving the
scalp and tho integununt of tho bram on
the lft side above the car. Both in
juries, in the doctors' opinion, were caused
The American Consul at Plymouth Jo
seph G. Stephens, attended the procecd-
TO DECIDE UPON
RATES TO FAIR.
Believed Southwestern Lines Will
Adopt Same Passenger Tariffs
for August and September
At a meeting of representatives of the
Southwestern lines at the office of Joint
Arent Ilannegan. Missouri Trust build
ing, to-day. rate from the Southwest to
St. Louis for the months of August and
September will be considered.
It is expected that the same rates ap-
fillcable at the tame periods as are now
n effect will be adopted.
The clergy arrangements will bo con
sidered and the rules and by-laws will be
revised. A new Executive Committee will
also be appointed.
MlLLIliEKV MATES DXCIIAMiEl).
F. W. Crnndall'a Arguments Prove
F. W. Crandali, vice president of the
Interstate Merchants' Association, has re
turned ftom Manltou. Coh.. where he
went as the representative of the whole
sale milliners of the United States to e
cure action from the railroad companies
which would allow the existing rates on
millinery goods to remain. Tho docket
presented by the Western Classification
Association expressed the purpose of mak
lnSi ese Soods double tlrst-ciass.
fcince returning home Mr. Crandali has
received telegrams from representatives
or the railroad Interests, stating that the
arguments advanced were confdered as
answering the objections which had been
raised, and lhat the old rate would be
maintained in the classification ot these
Aew IlllnoU Lines.
Springfield. III.. July lS.-Artldes to in
corporate were Issued to-day by the Secre
tary of State to the DcKalb and South
western Railway Company, principal of
fice at Delvalb. capital. J10.COO; terminal
railway connecting railways in DeKalb
County. Incorporators and First Hoard
of Directors: R. F. Shellabarger. B 11
Watson Judson Brenner and A. W. Fisk
of DeKalb, 111.. R. c. Caples of New York
Articles were issued also to the Danville
and Northern Railroad Company, prin
cipal office. Danville; capital. 5,000: to be
constructed from the south line of Ver
million County. Illinois, through the coun
U?S.of. VerraHon. Iroq-udis. Kankakee and
Will, to a point on the noith line of Will
County, Illinois. Incorporators and rirst
Board of Directors: L. E. Fisher George
T. Buckingham. W. V. Dysert, Robert
Parks and George Fisher, all of Danville,
Hale War Tlarenlened.
Chicago. July 18. Considerable uneasi
ness exists In railroad circles over the
threatened passenger rate-war in connec
tion with the National G. A. R. Encamp
ment. The Michigan Central Is dissatis
fied with the rate of $17.75 made by the
differential lines, nnd It has now an
nounced that "if any line uses a lower
rate thin $20.3. Chicago to Boston anil re
turn, the Michigin Central's rate will be
as low as authorized or In effect by any
evr Mliinesnln Line.
Among the incorporators of the Minne
apolis and Rainy River Railway Com
pany, wnicn is to nunu extensive lines
through Minnesota, is Fred A. Bill, for
merly general pansenger and freight agent
of the Hot Springs Railroad, which wa
absorbed by the C. A. & G.
The Texas Wonder Is an Infallible kid
ney, bladder and rheumatic cure; send
for refs. Dr. E. W. Hall, No. 2931 Olive.
SL Louis. Mo. Adv.
GREAT RUSH TO B0NESTEEL
About 60,000 Persons Kegister
for Homestead Lands.
Omaha. Neb.. July 18. The Chicago and
Northwestern Railroad ran two specials
in addition to lt regular train to Bone
steel and Fairfax last night and to-day,
carrying more than 2,000 men and women
who propose to register for lands In the
Rosebud Reservation, recently opened for
homestead entry by the Government.
The rush to the Rosebud Increases as the
time for registration expires, and it is esti
mated that about 60,000 persons have thus
Gritty tooth powders scratch the enameL
SANITOL, TOOTH POWDER don't. What
a difference! All druggists and dentists
Two Wives Keek Divorce.
Catharine Fauth filed suit for divorce in
the Circuit Court yesterday against Fred
erick Fauth. charging that he struck her
and deserted her. They were married De
cember 31. 1800. in St. Louis; she asks for
the custody of their three children and ali
mony. Bertha Mosch charges that her husband.
Paul, deserted her May i3, IS01. They were
married at Davenport, la.. May IS, lStt,
! -i'VBl-f.. 8n,D '" c'ear'y shown In this ex- jjiSk
tyiA. yl&v N, t. traordlnary display of Diamond a5t
ji '&l idk. .KwSi dtvLfir gem3 tne beauty of the mount- HJkV
t. t 0"sil$v5$'r '"B"- the magnitude of the as- B?rH
? vOKM'SfyEf iir fcortment, surpass anything: we KlvT?3
WSiM? I m have heretofore had the privilege CfW
v3S Ttt'BSgSvxX I r of spreading before our patrons. L JwalFsw
ffiHess & Culbertson fc
CTner Sixth and Locust Streets. RS8
BUT SOUTH OF
Spoolal Intramural Stations
700 British and
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY,
0:30 -A-ZSTID 8:00.
-yOyrvj-o-uiiiru,Vij,WVi.,V "i 1
VAL SHOW PIKE
TH8S WEEK ONLY
STUPENDOUS AND TlIIULI.INr. RKPRODl'CTIOX OF THE WORLD'S
BATTLE OF SANTIAGO
INCLUIING THE SIHKIHB OF THE MERRIMAC BY LIEUT. HOBSON;
THE BLOWING UP AMD SINKING OF THE SPANISH VESSELS.
2S MIXIATL'RE STEBI, DATTIXSHirS,
TORPEDO AND SL'IWIARINE BOATS IX
ACTIOXt 100 XAVAI, GUXSl 30.0OO
MIELLS CSED IX EACH PERFORM
ANCE, CONCLUDING WITH THE WOX
DFIIFI'L GREEIC -FIRE FOUXTAIN,
10(1 FEET HIGH. REVIEW OF THE
AMERICAX FLEET. SALUTING OK1
FLAGSHIPS. ETC., ETC. MUSIO UY
Performances Daily, 4:30, 6:00, 8:00, 9:30 P. M.
ADMISSION, Including Reserved Seats, SOc
DOWXTOWX TICKET OFFICE, IIOLLMAX BROS., 1120 OLIVE STREET.
UIU1I eiinUI Crealcat Attraction at the TUC DIVE
NAVAL OHUW World's Fair, Weit End of I C CIRCl
"Kentucky Military Institute
parmtorr work. Gndutrfl eommUrioned br U State. Daaatiral and lwaltLfnl location.
Bteunlmt and clKtrta light. Oaateacberto tea bora. Tana fan a yr. ronus aUIXfar
7wcr bji. Catalotrna on nqnear. CL C W. FO WLEB, Baft. Sx 1 Ltb4m, Kj.
Fcr a catalogue of tha
Oldest and Largest
In tbe MUJle Ttst, addraaa-
Pfttn-tMieleot. Koardisriiaeiaa limit ta 90. Tb
I(2ffrUo).ffvarr nl(h striL cfaoUr Aitmna ElocaUaa r4an4 acewMfal prafa-Mri. KHtIfaJ aad bMllfcruI lu
tUa. Balldlnn awlTn. InUi u at. Culof. ALFKED FKAXKLi!! ButTIY. PreaJtlcat, Luiaftra, if .
Kemper Military School
school for MlMourl Slate Untvnaltj and all leadlnc college. Complete bullae, coon.
Arm; officer detailed bj Secretary of War. 20,ceo .pent In extenalon. and Improvements
thta .eason. For catalogue, addraw CI. T. A. Jeaa.u. iopU, BmTllla, ale.
University Military Academy AS?0foc?!S?01
Ch.rtrrt 1H94. Keirbnllillnln e lerated park of SOacrn.nnr the Bute Unlrrrrltr. Comi'lotefQnlpmHila.
Penonal snprrrlilon and tnnrnction for tK)T otm- tn. cbaracter 1. nrt the character of tbe Cbrlatlan gentle
man. TnelnUmctoiaanrtroureee.epproTedbytbe state L'nlTenltr, fumiali a tborongb preparation for rale,
llarrard, Weat l'olnt, or bnalneaa, COL. JOOX B. WLLCU, A. SL, Pliadpal, C.leaatiU, Ke.
Found 18B7. Offers best opportunities to obtain a genu
ine education at moderate cost. Advanced course In Science and Letters. Modern buildings,
atcam beat, electric Uebt. Ample grounds. For catalogue, address Secretary of the Faculty.
Bunker Hill Military Academy,
Tnenty-.econd year: limited: Individual
ment; beautiful ground.; military, athletic and gymnastic exercises; elementary, business
and college preparatory coursea; good surroundings; reasonable rates. Write, giving age
etc.. to Superintendent S. U Btlber. Th. D.
LIQUOR DRINKING, MORPHINE
JU Kantttia Drag IWm. Kaarastaanla. Tsia ana Clsaralta Aaalatln
(T- Dn. J. E. BLAINB, Phyaalclon ni Mnnncor
VUr6 2801-3-6 Locust St.. St. Louis. lalirkm. StaiaaitiM
HOMC TMCATMSiaT . TOB.CO H NIU.a.TNENI
ian.aj m m ininnmi. a m , . j
I 1 " MTsaTTliWsasaVsaTBiBWBlTraWllPT7'la 1 1 L'TJan
New and complete in every detail. Was opened
Saturday, July 2, 1904. Fire-proof. Accommodates
600. Write for folder and rates.
THE LEEftS COMPANY.
NEGROES KILL WHITE BOY.
Kansaii Resists Highwaymen
Who Crush His Skull.
Holton. Kas., July IS. Three negroes
named Greenway, brothers. In attempting
to hold up and rob Arthur Scott, a white
boj , fatally wounding him. crushing hla
Eke 1 1.
They were caDturcd after a chase and
takVn to Toseka for safe keeping. They
ON THE PIKE.
- FIVE MORE DAYS.
FOR YOUNG LADIES 1
Htgbtit Wtau'i Clleg la U Vl CeaferrlBf
deirt f BJL. B.S. ud BJL. rNDniln la spirit.
CerTfttrrf Maile. aodcr IrwtUn fD. F. CMrad. A.lf .
Faayetle, Mlaaoarl. Under M. B. Church
South. James C. Morris. President Co
educational. Well endowed nnri miinnnri
BUNKER HILI4. IIX.
SS MILES FROM ST. IOUIS.
attention: genuine home life: comolete ennin.
,v j.,,,-,----- ,"MrUVXrJtrVXJA.
Atlantic City. N. J.
will be brought back late to-day. X bitter
feeling exists here and trouble may result.
It's In the make, aaya
Tailor. 617 Fine.
H. A.t Hesse.
Inventory of Geer Katate.
In inventory of the asseta of Harry R
Geer. filed In probate yesterday, sets forth
a personal estate of S13.S45.16. It conslts
of notes. J2.199.60: cash, 5J74.71. and goods
and chattels. 6.070,S5. ' , s
Cholera Infantum Is quickly cured by
Wakefield's Blackberry Balsam. Druggist.
AMUSEMENTS ON THE PIKE.
Rrprodnced at tbs Worl'- Fair.
re.tlval parade dally at I o'clock, see tbe
Church of the Holy Bepulcara, Moaqu of
Omar, Diorama of Mount of Olives. Irw
Walling Wall and Via Dolorosa.
Irish Industrial Exhibition ontha Pike
Grand display of laoea, linens, art
and Inda.trlal product. Relic of
famous Irl.hmta Ireland's own baad.
Performance In theater 2. 4. 743
and 9al5 p. m.
HALE'S FIRE FIIHTERS'
Moat tnrllllns auad realtatle exhibi
tion erer Blren, Darlnaj reacaes from
burnlnsr balldlnn;. Ancient Are en
stlne. See Hale' wonderrnl borse.
Performances 3. T nnd 8i30 p. m.
EREHEST HDVELTV OH THE PIKE.
Tao Tribes ot Esquimaux. Dog Teams, Seal
Hunting. Gold Mining.
LARGEST COLLECTION OF ARC
TIC CURIOS IN THE WORLD.
ON THE PIKE.
SMALLEST BABY ELEPHANT
And LarseKt Mother In the World.
SEE THE GIAXTS.
VIA THE WABASH R. R.
Located in tbe Garden of Canada; tle.Ighifu.Iy
cool when St. Louli Is sheltering. Most modern
ftppolntments. nnit bathing teach, cood fish
lDff. yachting, outdoor and Indoor sports. Accommodation-,
for 00. Kates exceedingly low.
Magnificent Ballroom and Roof Garden. Enter
tainments every e ening. Ifand Concerts on
the Lawn. Charles B. Truitt. Manager.
AFTER THE FAIR
Rest, Recreation and Recuperation at
Elegant Hotels. Drives, Rowing. Bathing. Golf,
Tennis and pleasure of every kind combine with
life-giving waters of Waukesha orld-re-nonned
Write for booklet to W. R. FRAME.
Bec. 21 Bank Hide.. Waukesha. Wis.
CAPE MAY, N.J.
Facing tho Ocean. The large! and most fpa
clous en the coast and the leading house at
Cape Mar. Bulit for air and coolness: TJ feet
of corridor. 12 feet wlda on tvery floor. High
ceilings, large windows. Thoroughly modern
Izcd and furnished. Cutalne a special feature.
Particular attention to fresh sea food and oys
ters. Concerts by full orchestra In New Cafe
and Japanese Garden. Dancing every evening
in Ballroom. Katee S1S0 per day and up. Eu
ropean tl-W and upward. Special rate by tn
week. Send for folder. H. M. CAKB
ATLANTIC CITT, N. J.
Most beautifully located, on the Atlantic
Coast. Optn to October L Under entirely ntw
management. Write fcr booklet.
C1IA9. B. I'KETTYMAN.
Owner and Proprietor.
L.yman J. Watrou. Manager.
HOTEL JACKS0NOnafheCbech? Virginia
a.e. and Steel Pier; central and delightful lo
cation: 200 ocean rooms: hotel Is fireproof,
built of brick, stone and steel: special June
rates; American plan. 112 to $13 weekly; or
chestra, literature malted.
This great resort open the year pound. Com
bine rest, health and pleasure fcr your vaca
tion. Only a frw hours' ride from Bt. Louis,
near Attica, lnd., en Wabash Railroad. Na
ture's greatest cure for Ilheumatlsm, flout.
Kidney. Skin. Illadder. Stomach and Nervous
Diseases. For beautlful'v Illustrated magailnt
and all Information, address W. L. Kramer,
General Manager, Kramer. Ind. 471.
SOUTH HAVES, MICH.,
Near tbe beach: boating, bathing and fishing.
Electric lights and running water In all rooms;
private baths. SefTlce anal cal.lne m ape.
claltr. Booklet. STEWART STEWART.
On Lake Pleaeant. l.sto feet elevation. Charm
ing scenery, good fishing, boating and bunt
ing. Accommodates 100. Rooms spacious and
airy. Good wholesome table. Milk and but
ter from our farm.. Terms reaaonable. Book
:ets. David Bturgea. Proprietor. Speculator.
Hamilton Co.. New York.
AMrssa UIO. W. KITS OMM. Men. OaJean.
(Tha SatratOsTaa of the Weat)
Spend your vacation at tie
where comfort, convenience and enter
tainment ara unsurpassed Ideal place
for famllle. Golf and all outdoor
sports. Pine Boating-, Bathing and
Fishing a Waukesha Beach. Life
Elilnar vealer of the Fountain
Sprlns free to nurt. Superb Or
chestra. Splendid Society. Fine roads,
commodious stables, livery reasonable.
For rat, and lllu-tra'ed booklet address
J.C.Walker, Mgr., Waukoaha.Wla.
KIRKWOOD MILITARY ACADEMT.
Kirkwood, Mo. Knters upon its 23d year
beptember 14, IWM. Select, limited, thorough.
Within easy reach of World'a Fair. For term
and particulars, address CoL EJur. A. Haight.
VIRGINIA FEMALE INSTITUTE,
Staunton. Va. College Preparatory School for
Otrl. Music. Art. Elocution; 61st year begins
Sept. IS. Catalogue. Miss Maria Pendleton Liu
sj. Prln.. tiucccasor to Mrs. J. . B. Stuart.
Hosmer Hall SivSS
A Day nnd noarcllnip School for Girls
Collega preparation! a specialty. Certificate ad
mits to test col lege, world's Fair opportuni
MISS M. It. MATHEWS. Principal.
WAHO SEMIMBf vWSV
vth reu. Faculty 19. Seminary and Special
Course. Co.ge preparation. Uoardlos pupils
limited tn 140. An Ideal Christian horn. Com
plete appointment. For eataloeu address J.
D. ULAKTON. UU D.. President.
inUTinCI I n I3al school for young wo
HI UH I lUCLLU men and rlrla: ith year
betnns Sept. 23. Faculty of Specialists In chars,
ot .Departments for English. Classics and Conti
nental Languages. Science, Music. Art. etc. Fin
Gymna.lum, Beautiful Campus, Tennis Courts,
Golf Links. Basket-Hall Field. Apply early; W
applicants on waiting list hurt year.
MISS II. N. HASKXLU CCIHHIDV
Principal. Godfrey, ill. dEMIIAItl
Culver, Ind. (Lake Maxinkuckee).
Number of vacancies limited. Application
for enrollment for fall term should be
made at once. Complete military training
and equipment. Thorough scholastic work
preparatory to college and for business.
Write for catalogue.
CULVER 3IILITARY ACADKMT,
A. A. SELKIRK & CO.,
AUCTION AND STORAGE.
Regular sale every Saturday at warehouses
and general office. UXS-10-12 Cnoutean avenue.
Bale in residence a specialty. Phone Klnlocb
100S and 1007 Washington avenue, handler ot
Fire and Marine Salvage. Watch for special
SAMUEL GAUS. Hsnsger.
Brand i. Flnnty
KT.nlnn t-WXA ?r .1 MM
Mats. J -30 Wed.. Sat.. Sun.. S. 60. Tt, II.
DOWNTOWN TICKOT OrFICEl
Judge & Dolph Drug 8ten, SIS Olive it.
Ili.torlcal Educational Corgeous Bal
let 600 Performers 2,0"O Costumes.
F. V. BOWERS. Ballad Singer & Com-poser-SEB
TJIK RADIUM DANCE.
EVERY BVBNINO :. Wo to Tto.
Matinees Wed.. Sat.. Bun.. 1:30. 16o to (Do.
A RURAI. COME3DT-DRAMA.
OUT OF CCC The Snowstorm. Fight In th
mrnin 0LL Moonlight. Running Brook
fOtO- 5.000 Oallon of Water.
SJST " STANDARD VS
-THE GAIETY GIRL 8-
EXTRA '-SATURDAY NIOHT-EJCTRAI
Handlcao Wreetllng Match Between
EMIL S1LVA and OSCAR WASBM
Sll-a Agrees to Throw Waoem Within Thirty
Tllh PERFORMANCE. :30 TO-NIOHT.
AVOHLD'S FAIR EXTRA YAGAlfSA
BARGAIN MATIN m WI0h lOfiHl
VtKD.. 2 Be AND OOc I Pirtorpflinca.
EVERY AFTERNOON AND MINT!
Steeplechase. Scenle Railways Doe; and Poty
circus. Diving Hore.. Wild Wart Show. Rldlna
Ponies Baby Incubator, Day In Alps and
BO AML'SEMENT9 FEATURES SO
W ORKN-AIB RKB TAURANT
THB BIO PLACE ON THE BILL,
THE HANLONS. GALETTTS Do- and SJon-
Ti-in.'dffS' "'.."Of-TjLp. KOKIN- DJXON.
- t.. ,ma iiau.. kiuA ana
last week of PAPINTA.
FKEE-On the Roof
PLACE IN CITT.
TALAVERA'3 MEXICAN QUARTET.
summiH ainncy cheater
Harris and Walters, Hender
son and Ross. Shannon and
Lucler, Frank La Mondue.
Wm. J. MeDermott. Th
FREE Band Concerts, Electric Fountain.
Admission to Park FREE.
WEST END HEIGHTS
Billy Single Clifford. Morrlssey and Rich.
Bush and Gordon. The Alpine Family. Carolina
Toung. Goiden Somers. Matinee B:J0. Night
Serfonnancea 8:30 dally. Market atrvet cara
lrect; all lines transfer. Chouteau avenu ear
Finest Scenic Railroad In the world.
laiUUI.1 l-UI. CBnt Toboggan SII4
Fn I I IJAXD CONCERTS.
fC E. Cm 1 ADMISSION TO PARK.
Qame called at
National Ltagoi Park,
Vandeventer Ave. and
Natural Btldca Road.
vs. St. Louis
22. 2 and 24.
VamdevcBter At, aad Xatarsl
Brlds Baad. I
Six Races Daily.
Beginning at 3i30 P. X.
ADMISSION, lieladlBf .rand Stand, 51.09.
NATIVE NURSERY STAKES
For MUaonrl-nred S-Yeatr-Old.
1a,t-axras,y. eTixly Ma.
UNION JOCKEY CLUB
Independent Rc Track.
The finest equipped plant In the country.
Union avenue and Natural Bridge road.
J. A. DUFFY. President. J
HALF TOZKR, Secretary. i
P. J. CARMODT, General Maaager. 1
Continuous Raoe Meatlng.
Six or more hlgh-clajs race dally, com
mencinir at 2 JO p. m. Suburban cara run
direct to race track. OHv. Page and Eai
ton avenue lines chant at Union avtnu
direct to the grand (tend. Cat and
Spring avenue lines run within four
blocks of track. Wagonettes from cars
grounds and grand stand. Fare 6 cents.
Admrttltn Frat, Inoltdln; Innf ItirHL
FROM ST. LOUIS.
A A OfC Richmond,
Ind.. and Re
V7aKar turn. Tickets sold July
27, 30. Aug. I. Return limit Aug. i. lSi.
turn. Tickets sold July 21.
OO OR Richmond. Va., and Re
Va.dCalf turn. Tickets sold July
6v. ji. Aug. i. iteturn limit Aug. s, uui
ftlO AA Jamestown. N. T., and Re-
i' ear ej. xurn. licxets soia sept.
11. 12. 12. Return limit Sept. 19. 1$M.
Ticket Offlee, SeTenth and Ollye St,
and I'nion station.
Do You Ever
atop to conMldtr the
present eiilcUncy ot the
compared with what It
waa before the "POSTAL'
entered tbe field?
DO YOU WANT HELP?
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