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THE ST. EDUIS REPUBLIC: S'ATUBDW, .JULY 8. 1905.
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Talapaonea: Mala rial,
SUNDAY CLOSING HGURES
IN ACTION FOR DIVORCE
sVaaaao Aliases Haataa Was Alssoat
CeaatlnaosMlr Dmk Blaoe Ba
feareeaeemt ef tke "LI Uw,
LetMsa H. Koenig. In hr suit for drreree
filed in tho Circuit Court yesterday, al
lege that her husband. William, was al
moti continuously drunk since tha en
forcement of the Sunday-closing law un
til th'-lr separation. June IS last.
Hi drank before that and taught their
eM.dren to drink beer and other liqucra,
f h clnlms. He was hirsh to tha chll-
'en. nd. on on. occasion, when he wa
i ii Ishh.k' niw or them, he struck thi
I nli.irr upon the hand and Injured It. eh
i Im;cs Thv have alx children, four of
' horn are with ter.
FAREWELL TO F.D. BEARDSLEE
Lloctric Light Man Will Enter
HusitK-ss in Portland, Ore.
Ir. the Mercantile Cub last nlht a fare
well dinner was Riven by officials of the
I nlon niecirlo I-ljrht and Power Company
t j P. I). L'eardsle. who goes to Portland.
-re. to uisacf In btuincdt. Mr. lieards-l-
received a aeal ring from his formr
Tiilrt-iwo guetts were present. W. V.
T. 1'owelson. gener.tl manager. pre.ldel
toaslmaster. ilr. Ueardslee has formed
u partne,r.hlp witn K. It. I 'lice, formerly
i.tnlltor of th. l'nlon Company, who has
r.een in P .rtlani! for e-veral year. W. H.
J ihn!on kurceedi ilr. liearJsle as con
t'snrral uf Sir. Koetfarer.
Tf.j funeral of Mrs. Ellzah-th Itoettger.
tsv 3 eaz-3. who died Wednesday, waa
S.eid yesterday morning at i o'clock from
tf famllv re.v.!ene. No 3 Jlutgr
-,-et. to St. Vincent's Church. Tin ser-vi-cs
wero conducted hy the Keverccd II
f Asmuth. C. il.. and tru "-eimon was
o-llvered by tl. lte-ernd S. 1'. lluber,
.J Th- burial nas In Sri. l'eter and
nui m-ter Mr Ki-ttKc: I rur--itA
bv tlte children. Clara. li.rtha,
1 me'la. Id. Henry and Mrs. H. P. Webb.
Fire llamairi Qnlncr tfrnetwy.
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Qulncy. III.. July 7 -Flra In tha a M.
Ilillfr A Co. carriage. factor- to-day
i Ai.sd a d.unac. of aboJt Su.Oi'OL
Taylorillla V-fcool Cei
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Taylorvllle. I1L. July T Tha school cen
fJ Ju.t completed itlies Taylorvllla a pop-ut-itlon
of .). a gain of Z.JW In Cv. yean.
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WAGONER UNDERTAKING CO.
FOUND NOT GUILTY
OF TILTING LID
However, Police Board Rne Two
Blaecoata f90 Each for Neglect
Charged With Entering 8a
Patrolmen Herman Teaman and Jokn
Schick of tha Second District, charged
with nerlect of duty and ntertnc a aalooa
not In dlscharaja of pcUca duty, wera found
cnilty. fined aw each and reprimanded by
tha Board of PoUca Commissioners yes
Temmen and Schick wera tha poUeamaa
who wera reported to hare "tilted tha
lid" lut Sunday In Htrroxa Laeken's
saloon at No. ZZ& Arsenal street. Sergeant
Strauirhan made tha charge. It waa re
ported first that tha Sergeant found his
man drinking bear from bottles.
As a witness before the board yesterday
tha Sergeant testified that one man had
an empty beer bottle in his hand and tha
other had one near his feet when ha
walked in on them.
A diagram of the saloon waa introduced
in evidence, and by it it waa sought to
prove that the policemen were in a gang
way and not in the saloon when Ser
geant Btrauf ban found them.
Both policemen dwaicd that they had
been drinking beer, and each declared that
he did not even have a beer bottle la
hla hand at any time on Sunday.
Zaieken testified that he had eoS given
beer to the policemen. On his testimony
the board found the defendants coUty of
neglect of duty and Imposed the fine.
Patrolmen John J. Qulnn and Nicholas
Roach of the Fifth District shook hands
and declared off hostilities before the
Police Beard after a charge of unbecoming
conduct against Qulnn had been dismissed
Qulnn and Roach had tmuMe several
days ago. A woman committed cidde en
Qulcn's beat and he la said to have re
sented Roach's interference. Roach pre
ferred charges against Qulnn. President
Stewart advised the policemen to shake
hands and say qnita. which they did.
RESIGNS BEFORE TRIAI.
Patrolman Fred Bllllmeyar. against
whom charges of intoxication had been
made, resigned and waa not tried by the
Board. For two years BlUlmeyer was
Chief KIelya orderly and assigned to duty
at the Four Coorta,
The charges of siiheuHiiliig eonduet
against Patrolmen eta N. Chrtsmsr and
Fred Rthm of the Central District wera
dismissed without prejudice. The prose
cuting wltnen. Felix McLaughlin, with
drew his charge of unbecoming conduct
aninst Patrolman Teem Hurt of the
Probationary Patrolmen Frank Ffchey
and John Hbrgins were promoted to the
rank of patrolmen. Higgins for two years
was assigned to duty with Governor Folk
when he was Circuit Attorney, and elirays
appeared with He. Folk when he drove in
Owing to the absence of Cnenmissleuer
Frieto the report and recommendations
made by Chief Klely after his return from
the East were not acted on.
Dlasaewds Win Hear) a.
Oet one on the Loft!s Plan. Ym will not
m!i the easy payments. Open till 10
o'clock tonight Lof tls lima. & Co.. 3d fl.
Carleton bldg.. th and Olive sts.
AT HIS BEDSIDE
Husband, Not Expected to lire,
lias Helpmeet's Bodj Brought
to ITis Room Where Srrrires
Unable to leave his bed to accompany
th body of his aged wife to the grave.
John B. Gculd. an octogenarian resident
of Alton, caused the collln to be taken to
his room while the Reverend JL W. Twin?
of the First Baptist Church, conducted
the services yesterday.
Mr. Gould Is hopelenly sick, and is not
expected to survive his helpmeet more
than a fw days.
Mrs Gould d!d Wednesday and was
burled yesterday in the Cltv Cemetery.
th funeral taking place at the home In
Alhy street. With her husband she had
resided in Alton for many ears. Mr
Gould Is SC ears old and has b;en ;
rlously ill since his wife's death.
ays Ue Hast Away.
Ehenuan Connor. 11 years old. an or
phan, was taken la eharRe by Patrolman
Obermeyer in East St. Iuls last Eight.
lie admits running amay frctn his step
parent at Marlon. Ind . bat refuses to
tctve their names. When the policeman
found Connor he wh posting tills, anl
said he was making Id cents an hour for
his services. The toy ays he ran away
from home Sunday
Pablln Llknry oncers.
The Hast St. Iu'.. Public Iib'-iry Board
last night elected offlcers as fo'.lows: Geo J
S. Cauxhlan. president. John J. Towncnd. I
lce president. J. R. Hou.. secretar'. J I
Iron Woodruff, librarian. Mls Mrv i
Kmih-, Mrs Frank TuaIn and Miss Min
nie Itc-TecbeiT-r py.'.stanls. The caUry i
of th isoranan was iccrfa.vt rrom I:.0
to tl.Y) per annum.
peck stTll bTthusiastic
over st. louis world's fair
rntoaareaa Hsaorei sy Presiaent
a-rnaoae for tile Work Speada Day
In Moaad City.
Ferdinand W Peek, vice president of
ths Columbian Elsposltlon of Chicago, and
Commissioner General from America, to
the Parts Exposition of IXT. to whom
PreIJnt Francis rrsnf d an ecgravwl
parchment fcr hl efforts in behalf of the
World's Fair. Is still singing the praljes
of St. Louls and of Its Exposition.
M- P-ck has 3 ensaped In eaposltlon
work for many years and tock an active
rnrt in lntemafonal fairs f-r veurs
Ills opinion Is that the St. Lou:s World's
fjr was by far the sretet eve- hId.
and evn when tco patriotic citizens of h!
on city contend to th- contrary, he
stroneW combats their artument
A:tr"fjndlns the day in St Ixsu'.s h
rt3md to rhlcefo last nltK' Mr Peck
was a cuest at the Hotel Jeerj.-a
Nervousness. Diisiiess. Ind.'cestlcn. N
ralcta are cauiej jy sick nerves.
Ry soothing the net-res and rt'-tulatlnj:
the'.r action. Vt M!V' Ar.:l-Paln Pills
relies, almost unriedJately .
Cn2Xe ar.y other jia remedy, they con
tain nothing injurious, and you wij rever
krow yov: taken them, except by Uj
relief they afTcrd.
Mjt heccme hou?ehcl! rerrn!r !n
ttoasend" of families, rre tcey iever !
fell to cure all poJ and rt'ieve three 4
little miserable atfmcnts which are so
-Dr MUe' Ar.a-Para PUla har. not
or.rv rePeved me of severe headv:hat.
aervccsz;s and ftvUrtion, btt my
ather who has suffered a great deal
eita n-urtljrta and dlsatsra. has t-en
cKred tr- their w.--JIRS. G. H DeNKS.
ZZ W. Third St. Mr-oreelown. N J.
The rt txackage will beneS:. If not. the
ijrosnrist 1II rtom ytsur mocty
S Jjii. a casta. Never soid U fee!.
RECEIVES AS HOST
Entertains With Music, Recita
tions and Lunch in New Offices
in Mercantile Club Building
Gnests Are Prominent Socially.
A large public reception was held In the
new offices in the Mercantile Club build
ing cf the American Lead and Baryta
Company and the other companies com
posing th mining interests represented
by Mr. John Morton last evening, at
which over a hundred ladles and gentle
men war present. The American Lead
and Baryta Company was the host.
Incidentally refreshments were served
and th occasion was made Interesting
by a programme of local and instrumental
muslo and recitations by Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Baker. Mrs. Samuel Earing. Miss Daisy
Kempen and Mr. William McCauguen.
Mr. John Morton, president: Mr. Frank
Morton, secretary and treasurer. Mr. R
J. Briscoe, general supeilntendent of the
timber department, and Mr. W. J. Arm
brubtcr. cianafier of the chemical depart
ment cf the American Lead and liaryta
Company, made Khort addressee. In which
they gave laurelling fast explanatory
of tho reasons fcr tr.e occupation of the
new office, tho reourcc-j of the company
which is developing large tracts of land
In Washington County and the advantage
cf th company from an fciie.unenl
From tha statements mad by these gen
tlemen tt appeared that the American
Lead and Banta Company was operating
on a large scale, and that not taking into
account the lead and zinc ore to be pro
duced, thu timber and barrta alone uere
sutneient to more than meet the cost of
the property and large dliidenui on the
stock, the ccpltal of which U fl.i'rtvX. Of
this amount 4a).W of tho preferred ntcck
Is now being Fold at the new office of th
company at Sl'J per share, with a tuaraa
tee of $ per cent dividends.
Tho statement waa made by Mr. Mor
ten that the policy of the companies he
represented was characterized by a prin
ciple which recognized mining as being
like any other legitimate permanent busi
ness, lie dnelt on the fact that there
were few forms of business in which larger
or efer profits could be derived than la
legitimate, r. ell-conduct e-1 mining ven
tures in Missouri minerals, lie gave facts
in connection with the production of met
als In this State and outlined the exten
sive plans f the American Lead and
Baryta Company, stating that tliey were
operating sir stores several rTw-rr.llls.
and that a large quantity of m'.nlnjr ma
chinery was IrWnjr Installed and extensive
plans for dei eloping work were rapidly
In describing the deposits of baryta, on
the lands. Manager Armbruster of the
chemical department stated that they
were practically without limit, while Su
perintendent Briscoe of the timber depart
ment made the statement that the-e were
few timber tracts anywhere in this coun
try that were of ureater extent or finer
quality tlnn that contained on tha com
The guest" nf Mr. Morton on this occa
sion are socially prominent They inpect
ed the ofllces. and were unanimous In ,-pre-inc
their mimlratlon of them. Among
some ftt thoe present were Doctor IMncfc
ney French and Judpe M. 1. Murray of
the M!"oitrl-IJnroln Tnit Company. th3
Reverend S Frank Taylor of the Lafav
ette llirk Baptist Church. lTofcoir W.
I. Butler, principal of the Blow- School;
William Owen. FprinclleM. O ; Charloa IL
Beniple. A. W. Payne, editor of the Cen
tral Baptist: I.et-ter M. Hall. J. 8. Mc
Clelland. Jams Claris, Hush Fercruson.
K J. Uv.tn of M'lwaufcr. Richard S. Cul
brrth of Baltimore. Judpe K. T. Eversale
of Poto-I. F. P Ernst of Ea.t St. Louis,
and others. mny of whom were accom
panied by their wives or daughters.
TALKS OF SUICIDE;
William Arns Announces Iuten
tion to Kill Himself and Fol
lows Up Threat a Short Time
After announcing that l.e waa going
upstairs to kill lilmielf.much to the s:n-e-ment
of his companions, who regarded his
remark 113 a Joke. William Arns, employed
at Trick's dru? store. No 4TC Olive street,
followed his remark l.y swallowing a
Quantity cf polfon. He is now at the City
Hoipltal In a critical condition.
WhSI conversing with C. Prick and
Monte English, the latter a fellow-olerk
In the dn-s store. Arns laughingly re
marked: 'Well, goad night. rentlemn. I am go
lrg uptalrs to kill my.elf."
As he o"V lie Rtartr-d from the drug
store, his two companions Joking over the
remark he had made, brlletlng that he
had simply mado the statement In an idle
vein. A few- minutes later thy beard
groan, proeajine from th ro-sm atwve
the atora where Ami staytd.
Investigation on their part dlicoerl
Arns unconscious In his room. II. was
lying across his bed In a helpless condi
tion, tut was Instsntly pirhed up an J sent
to the C : Hospital.
Ams. It Is eild. came here four montlia
ra ttum Water oo. Ill There Is no rea
son known why he shouli -nd his life.
WERNER BROS.' SALE.
S'Siunnmial Hcdui'tiou of Furnili
iiig for To Day.
Wemer Urea., in The Republic building,
announce a rale of rome of the finest
we.-irinc apr-"?! In St. Louie. The f.rm
claims that It Is a Nile of the best work
manship that the hlsl-esi trained skill has
produced and one of fashionable styls and
The most exartlcg men. thpe who are
accustomed to tho tv.,t. are Interested In
this twlct-le-rl King At the re-iuc-tiens
which hae ben mad. the fl-est
and most dependable qualities of clothing
tray be bought at prices oiten paid for
inferior gwoas eNewhere
Th firm wlh it dNtlhctly understood
lhat not one dollar of poods Is bcught to
ofTer at this iie Ery item on u!e is
th-lr own s'orfc whch i of the standard
qualities which have establLslted the rep
uts'lcn cf th houe
The fashionable clothes sold by Werner
Ero probably are the strongest com
petitors that 'he Mrh-cl!xc'j-'om tal'ors'
production have had Exclusive pattern,
correct tyl.s nd thorough workman iMp
mark he Werner clothes and the saving
ever t'-e ta !or-mde artljei, one-third.
Boy- cloth s w hlch are ratter than the
usual Stlnd- are offered Eich suit Is made
of pure wool fabrics and the moJ-ts are
arti'tlc and deslcned by ths fortmost
crator of boys' fashion
Tie itne of in! rwar Is extendi.
ar- the nikwer Frnch and G-min
hslf-ho', trorr and fncy waNtcoat
deprm-.e-'t F.V d?s anl tuxdo suits
ard .U b.a-i frocV; and Prince Albert
suits ir oSTer 1 at r-r cent dlseoact.
Seeks Ucr Mlulnt Hasbsed.
Mrs. Iuls J SrrU-emeyer of .Va. t2i
Conde street last r. ch' noySi-I the police
to d hr husband. !-, she say?, left
hoe on th nisnt cf Ju 5. stating that
e was rcilnr t a P- 'ne raeIrg and
would return abvut tJ o'clck that Mght.
Since thrts rc.a has not sca cr heard from
hira. I'V' fears he has met with fou: rlsy.
Sne say he rwvir rmain-l awtj- fjem
home rrnre than a z.r icce thlr mar
ritre. When !at sees he srore Mack coat
at.d trou. rs. but had rsi co".iar or tie. lfe
is Si j ear old ard weigh abo.it ia
Fwiad Oeait Jtarder SeapessteeX.
Ncrs-ay M Ju- ? A. C. L. King,
a prcmirent Mvson and secretary of the
Orfsrl pnnty Acricdtcral Society, was
found dead In the same mom In which
hi srtfe d.i three years ago. His body
was co-.eri with blood. Tae Coroner la
' IN NEW MEXICO
In $15,000,000 Transaction Larg
est Bodr of Coal Under One
OjnerabJp Is Acquired aiay
Build Transcontinental Road.
Raton. X. M.. July 7-A C5.000.0W deal
waa consummated her this afternoon
when th St. Lculs. Reeky Mountain and
Paclfla Company, recently organtaed. ac
quired th Raton coal Held, probably th
largest body of coal under on ownership
in the world.
This field comprises about HaV acres.
and Includes an area of mor than Mi
square miles. The purchasers will,
through their subsidiary company, pro
ceed immediately to build and equip J
miles of standard gauge steam railroad.
This railroad will occupy th Cimarron
Canon, known to be the only remaining
pan across the Rocky Mountains that wl.l
admit of the construction and operation of
a transcontinental road within the United
States. This railroad, in edition to serv
ing the coal mines of the St. Louis, Ricky
Mountain and Pacini Company, will trav
erse a heavily-Umbered country and reach
th well-known Elixabethtown mining dis
trict In the northern iart of New Mexica
where. In addition to numerous gold mines,
ar extensive Iron deposit
It will also furnish an outlet to th Taos
Valler. Work wiU begin on the new road
within thirty days. This assures Raton to
be the first city In New Mexico and real
estate to-night has Jumped about to per
cent since this morning.
LARGE EQUIPMENT ORDERS
PLACED BY FRISCO ROAD.
Contracts L for Frelarkt Care Wttss
la Last Tea Days Asjcregate faioa,
OCX -Te Handle Fall Baalaeae.
A. J. Davidson, president ef th aTMsso
Railroad, stated yesterday that within th
last week or ten days h has let contracts
for new equipment aggregating gt.tae.0se.
The additional equipment Is to eccomnae
uat th large fall business which Is
looked for by th lines et th Frisco Sys
tem. Orders were phiced .with th Americas
Gas and Foundry Company for tho quota
which will go to the Frisco proper. This
consists uf fJNi gondola coal cars, fifty-ton
capacity; V.n Oils selt-cleexing coat cazew
ftrty-tuti capacity; try) twin iiopper self
cltating coal cars, tllty-ton capacity.
An order lor Ut aell-clearuig coal ears,
fifiy-ton capacity, was placed with the
Pressed Steel Car Company.
Tho Chicago and .Eastern Blinols will
receive a goodly addition to Its freight
equipment. For this line th American
Car and Foui.dry Company will buUd L
Otis gondola suf-clearmg coal cars; forty
ton capacity. Tit box cars, forty-ton capac
ity. Heel under! rames; ZM box cars, Otis
Beir-oiuani.i?. forty-ton capacity. A con
tract waa also let for VM sjsadola self
cl'nr!r.fc coal cars of fifty-ton capacity.
Including the present orders the Frisco's
Contracts for equipment let during th
last eleven months will amount to nearly
jv.oU'-'X Beginning lat summer th
company contracted for equipment, which
cp to date."evclu3ive cf the above order,
amounts to fifty-two locomotives and 4.-
cars. Deliveries on the present orders
will bo made in September and October.
VANDERBILT AND GOULD
MEN CLASH AT PITTSBURG.
Pittsburg. July 7. The railroad Inter
ests of the Gould and of the Vanderbllts
in Pittsburg have clashed here lately and
rather viciously for two days workmen
on the Pittsburg and Lake Erie road,
owned by the Vanderbllts. have been bat
tling hand to hand with the Gould work
men, who have been try Ing to get started
on tho erection of the couth 6lde elevated
branch cf tha Wabash system here.
The clash came yesterday morning,
when two gangs of workmen met. and it
continued all cay. Thi3 morning hostili
ties w-ero resumed, and by noon matters
began to lock serious. Uit a halt was
called for consultation between the New
Tork orllces of the two road. As a
result It was announced this afternoon
that the war was over and the Gould peo
ple would continue their work of con
The Vanderbtlt road claimed the Gould
people wero working on their territory.
This morning great trains of dirt were
brousht bv the Lake Erie, and as fa-t
as th& Wabash people would excavate the
1-ak Erie people would fill the bole up.
Hock Island Changes.
Tepeka, Kas., July ".An order Just Is
sued places a good share of the mechan
ical department of the Rock Island Rail
road In charge of the general managers.
Tne two superintendents of motive power
are placed directly under orders of general
managers, except that they will be gov
erned by the general superintendent of
motive power In matters of shop practice
an 1 standards. No changes will be made
la th personnel or titles of officers.
Clover Lent laspeetlew Trip.
Charleston. I1L. July T. A special ear
canning all the cfSdals ef the "Clover
Iiear" Railroad, excepting President
Shor.ts. was here yesterday evening mak
ing an inspection of the company's shops
ai.d grounds in this city. Before leaving
the report was given out that the shops
and yards would be further Improved and
extended by an expenditure of at least
K&030. Nearly this much was spent here
las: year in enlarging the roundhouse.
Oil Hearing- PoelnoaeS.
Jefferson City. Mo.. July ?. The hearing
tfore the State "Railway Commissioners
to retfuce the freight rates en lubricating
ells, which was to have occurred m th's
ci:y on July 11. ws to-dav postponed to
th. last week In July or first week in Au
gust, the date to be announced later. The
recson cf the postponement Is the fist
that th Western Freight Classification
Association meets at Charlevoix. Mich .
cm July U. and miny freight men desire
to be at both plaeesi
Merehaats' Baehanare Cfesawilttee.
President Telchmass of th Merchants'
Exchange has appointed the following
committee to represent th exchange at
the meeting ef the Interstate Commerce
Commission, to he hM at LcuUrii!, Ky..
July M: George F. Powell, chairman: W
B. Harrison. Maxwell Kennedy. F. p.
Rrockmann and A. P. RVhardsn-v.
Ednratera Seatliweatern Trls).
Flxty-cne person, members cf the Na
tional Editorial Aseodation. who recently
met at Oklahoma Citr an3 from there
made a four over the W eatern country, ar
rived In St. Louis this morning, via, the
Wabash, on their return heme, party was
handled In two Pullman cars. Kansas City
to St. Louis.
Oelenel ? Here.
Colonel Samuel Moody, renera passenger
arnt ef the Fenr.iyrrsrda Lines Test cf
Fltlsfccrg. spent ye:erdsy In S I.oai en
hn?ir.es fcr his company. He saj-j, t-aSlo
to the East this vear premise to break
all records. Th! Kas been cacsd by the
generally prosperous conditions of the
country, combined !th numerous conven
tl'ce and rathenngs btng held at Eastern
New Tor. July 7. Railroad earnings
O-.teags. IssBanapeUe sal Ixnlstne rwor-.a
wmk Ixxa, KU.tti; tecrja.. rajTa. jbta,
ttcta:. tocrsessw sat.10. P.e-ai .-. n.Ub.tZi.
tureeea. ICO. ST
CSSfa Tu-r.laal TrareTwrrtli sMek
Jus. WW:Sjmi, tit: Mci tut..
tccneae. EK riacai raar. ri.t4t.St: asersaae,
IstOTwreee Raileay sf Sftsite TVirra w.b
Jso tUXsaS; Crraeea. fcsti. Kaa'Ju HM..
TW: err.a., tJs.rta.rrse Jaeeary V. B.lSa.-Its-
auseal mTleae OssBsaay er Meal Fee sfa
wk Jess. gsas,fli; iscraeas, Kin. Meats.
ST. LOUIS ana EAST ST. LNIS tt
NaWrisrfi Ms SM lwtwfl......5lwl
tashvlHt, Nf., Mrf rftm ILN
maf , ML, ni rttini UM
AtMty.W., atti rttan SIsM
t. Vtfsrfa, M., Mi rtawTi. ..$1.21,
Iaacre SC Loals S:ia A. M. Saaaar. Jalr 9th. Retaniiac, swrtsw
St. Loals 7:9v P. SL aaata day.
tin ana as saaasaaasaawf -. ikata Sla
TICKKT OFFTCa CU1 III Mltjsssllf slls '" , sU-iee. il
Western Military Academy
U aaer AJ(a. DL Cat ailWrt M. Jatowa, A. H. fttnitrnt
17th year. Delightful snd healthful location. 19 seres ta annipaa. ate Mkataatlal
Modern Buildings. Fireproof Barracks. New Drill Halt sad laboratory. Kgesp.
ttonally Strong; Faculty. Thorough Military DtscIpUa. Stato ana Rational Rec
ognition. Limited to 151. No vacancies last roar. Karly oppUcaUom advisable.
Seeks th patronage of dtscrlmlnatlng
character only. For cataleara and fall
LIBERTY LADIES' OOLLEOE
rerairy specially uaand ta l
American Mozart Conservatory
i Stat mi
ef tHaBOTAt. COS
l Jtar astarel ccats.
MiK il ntwonn ,,sssks2si
1H APn SEMINARY roWMSt
fajfaj an BJsm MM An ideal Christian home. lt year. Seminary and
rwa aear courses. College preparations. Conservatory or Music
1C0 boarding pupils. Excellent sanitation. Equable climate. Golf. Hockey. Tennis.
Bowling. For catalogue, address X U. Bl. A VroX. FrsaHsof. ItaaaartUe. Team.
HOWARD-PA YNB COLLEGE f.
rrhlgnereeratleaef TesnsrsTasaamdnirls. Modern and pTOgresslve. Prepara
tory and colleg courses, music, art, elocution, physical culture, atcty-aret annual
seastoo begins Sept. 14. Uw. 6end for lUoatrat.J catalogue. HlttaM D. tMKOTKa. aVst.
Bxeetlrnt accoote ef Art and Elaeottea. Valt:c Scsg.ry.
Ft., eenf-.tts. fa l.w. (traun.!. .vfetwlv. ar.d Lautlful
Old building renewed. For Catalagu.. aJJress.
CHRISTIAN COLLEGE rZXXXS&22
Elenmt Collece Home. Four new
tTalveratty. Wellealey College and other Eastern schools. Academto desrreas.
Xante, Art, Eleewtloa, ll.aue.tle aetear. Stronsr faculty. Beautiful pork. IS
acres. Illustrated Catalogue. MILS. W. T. MOORS. President. Columbia. Mo.
Enrollment 270: elect patronaee:
aersatery ox aaateie- European meinous;
specialties: Christian influence. Address
BUNKER HILL MWAIX MsSKF'
Tn all respects an ideal Horn and School for anr bov In ans pre
paratory course. An Illustrated catalog, free on request, will explain
everything end present recent testimonials. Number limited: SSd
rear; III miles No. of St. Louis, write to Cea. S.L.9Um,r
u-e -wes ass rjwsfsriJssaai.saaMaww.
rWH'ia, auMx utul ln.tljj. 1U. Lftumul
U. Sm I Iir.U;,rui.ft . ii,.r.b.H rrTrul.. ft.r T. a.
u .a.s m. euas, m.
Kemper Military School
school for If mnri Slate Uolretsity
Army oosrer detailed by Sweietarysf
ufulgrouads. o csaalogae.aaMaass
a hew axd stonea hotel,
la rke Heart ef Baslaeea. ahewailas; and 'Theater Distill la, Slfe aasd PsaM. SC tV
EliRorrAS PI. AX. Rate. aLa to saos Per Boy. Handsomely rarnthd
equipped with elevators: hot and cold water In every room: electrl Uaats.
r LIQUOR DRINKING. MORPHINE
UM. J. B. BLAINE.
VUr 3S0I-3-S Locust St.. t.
momc Tei.rafi.T ree'Toeasce .o ?T'".fu
K.S: lrcrsje. n'CL rrom January 1. .
ViirTO. lncrae. tiS
IUi (JranJs t-ath-rn- r&nrth week Jure. t:0.-
in. Jrcreaae. iP. ii'.ni um; m
im-Mit Fiscal yeir. Jlfa ZAx increase. ts.MI.
GOLFERS TO GIVE
Trniisnjr.sis.sippl Association Will
Regin Annual Championship
Tho Transml'sldlpp' Go'f Association
will hold Its fifth annual championship on
th links of the G?n Echo Country Clu!
begianlns TtriViy. July 11. and continuing
thror about the vr-ek.
The qullfy!i; rjimd for the woman's
ch.mpl'nshlp will becn at 1) a. m. Tues
day Wednesday morr!r.r a.: ? o'clock th
qualifying rour-ds for the amateur cham
pionship w1d st.'rt
The fans ch&npisnahlp play win be Fri
day. TTls x:'Ul will t for the J. E.
Bro'k Olympic r up Teams cf four men.
and only ens team from eaeh club, can
The wlr.nlnir team will be aHowed pos
sesalon of the cup for or. )sr ar.l to
each member cf the Tlcnlrg club will b
warded a medal.
In I- won'eri's anl men'j champtsrjitip
the Tranamlsslsslppi rotd medal will bs
awardd ta tie winners, and a silver
medal will tt cin to the nracers-ups.
Any amateur Is e'lglble to ent;r on pay
ment cf XZ entry f. provided his dah
Is a member of the Trsnr Isssssfppl Golf
Ax-'oc'rt.'cn- An entrance fee of US will
t charsd each team entertac
The psirlr.g and tine ef starrg wCl
be anas-meed en the epenicaj day ef tho
Arpll-atlens for entrance may bo asad
through A. B. Lambert F. H. Sample.
Arthur Stickney or Mr. Foul! at th
Glen Echo Club.
There will be a crirlfts? eotapetztioB and
aa approaching aad puumsj maUokeo (or
parents and admits soya of
GEXERali P. W. V.
Brt grade Ctllrg rsak. Cbafers bssiiss ef
A.B. Bit. sad BaTUaaaarseaead Casrsa-
Kew ta.i.bollatBe betas aaeaa.
AIJTtED T. BaUTB. Pi set.
buildings. Affiliated with
i tEADtw coixecm mm coxseYATOMr rom tmma
J wonts. XaVADA. MISSOVtU.
I EOKtraaordlfsaarv ilethocla assl Idakasla)
new bulldlnata: unlau arramremeat: sTesa.
aisnu seseneo ana nesav
XIU. V. A. C STOCKAaB
Dime, Wat raiata
Louie. kVIl rtsst. t'lianHW
In every part of
St Louis and
vicinity will be
advertised in the
WILL! AM P. HOMES.
a. j. cnsxMExra
aWTABXJSIED IK 1M
MISeOURI STATE MirrtAI. KsRH ATD
M-lHIXe I3SCRAJICE COWVAJir.
Otf.rm. No- TIT Ol'S-.cut etrt. St. Lauia. Me.
Tl- E!l Vain ZMIA. Tel. Ktaloca A :
)v:!rt. ar. wnttra a tlteer at;lt t uiitua
lUs-y C Kaaraticav J. n. C. Tense,
X H. Jrthwetn. D. t vre'.aar.
. r. llozas. Jaa X Bu.
K. C. Rvae.
FUNERAL OF DR. FORD TO-DAY.
SorTlcea Will lie Conducted at
His ITonie in Jennings.
The funeral of the Reverend Doctor a
IL Fori, who died at his borne la Jen
nings. SC Lculs County, Wednesday, will
take place to-day at r.ocn from Bis hnm
Doctor Ford was formerly one of the
mist yrcTilr.ect Baptist ministers In MJs-zo-irl.
and was also well known la Ken
tucky, where ho was raised and ordained.
He retired from th pulpit about sarrec
years ago on nceeunt of his advasoed ago.
A special tram aa the Wabash wta aaaee
the foot or OUv street this mcrsleaf at
11 o'clock for tho accommodation of
f.-tnd who deatro ta attend tso
A marriage t
ten 1 1 at aula r to
East SC Laaaks asm Iain U
Kasavuio, Jkyrno osap-o
q .saweicirnmaj. uaaMaraaxtBsw-
aarl'aVsv FwH TaawKUlfa) Brans.
Icecse was haraod la Camp.
H. Harris of
AUCTION AND STORAGE.
Kegomr sate every Satorday at wars)
ed seneral efsre. iaos-to-iz Cbeutea '
imiea ta resusacea a specialty.
1868-10-12 CHOUTEAU AYE
nteder at 10 o'clock, at our wmiwlisss.
w wftx aaa a large aad varied coltoctloa el
btRTtTTIlE. CARPETS. STOVES. EtOa
A. A. aEIJUHK a COW AneUoneera.
Every swaning- ta .
sla reaarved by saeasv
Hattsae. July ftk, r, .aaM
tO Olrre: roster. STf Otrra,
John Lura. Dlnesssv
CoBearta tdT Hat asm
Bun. ajt.- for an
Ticaeta at aninm
and C a A. .fflaeL
HASKERTT A 6TTIIXB. liasim
tmmu 1:8 an. soar
Seats at Boliman'a.
THIS I A TsfaCsfMl
If on W
EMPIRE CONCERT 6ARDEI
WEST EN KNITS I EAST L YNUE
IsVa CI. I Baat at Bsllmsa'a'
UUKil UUK raft,
at StdS xaeele.
Six or More High
Class Races Daily.
2:30 P. M.
AMsslM (lieWiig Cf CA
DelNMir Jsckey Chfca
AT AMI KMMHW IMOOi Pat trtU
a. a ews aawb
Ortt1cs!. to fce.t colI-sr Twenty-wcond yastf
SJW3 M II MATlIBWa. Principal.
Colleg and College preparatory.
Elee. Pipe Organ. Anna & Cairns. Bt, Louie,
t CTiarlM. Mo. HJl-lS. lHj)nf gtr'.y schnel
cf th. West. Itefjwiar. (-lassl-.l and Oll-re pr.
psratory eoarses Mus'c. Klocuflnn. Art. JamsO
T. Ouarles. Vtslttrg Usrectcr. lieaatiMI loca
tion. Elaetrla cars to St. Lculs Catatcsue,
Rev. Georga rrdTte Ayrea. Ph. r . Pre
Jeff3rsn City, h.
Tiwin :v.s TJntcn Station IS a. na.1 1
tag errtMe 81 Louts IS'S p. m. Tlck.Ce JStsta
. aew a mmaa a enji aav. enai si..Amm T Tmimsm
gaJMI wam aptgstwJF se ts.ui assise we
Station tfil Towr uro mtAiaon.
v SUNDAY. JULY f).
lateranedtale Flahteg ltM.ru tke
see aao eeaeeeano atrreso
TM? MIES $1.25 Tl UN
Trala leases Caloa Statle 7:4 a. aa.
Tower Oro.e t 0 a. as. ret jm 'tig, rrise
Tosrer Grose Saao p. as Oaioa stalls s
Tlcketsi Caio (Uatton and T.srer Osoeo.
Do You Ever
atop to cnnsi'Jer thm
pnusat efficiency of t fte
eomumrem with what It
jns before tha "POSTAL" m,
nttrei the field? 'O
r.rrosAij tor doors akd "Avrf-os-
fk. Ifthir.tas Cart! Cstnrsi'a'.n. tVaKhl.iajtaa.
V. C. July a. UiS sait pnpuaal ta trtrlt
eate. Ti3 k- r-.tire.' it th. rs-s af tae
fsticra: Barchastse effl.-.r, Ittiunlsa Canal
Crar-in. Vasaustcn, f. C. vntil !).
ra.. Au-j.t T :. at t!to tt tl-y will so
par..I In ostc, fur tirslsalsg lin-n-iat-tiwi.S
tnV-Stn. Blanks tad faif Ufersstis
cay M .Mainel pom thta dttct or tt. .fftnat
ef ths asststaat wircayaax aeeata, U 9ate
re.t. jr.w Ttr Otyt CsaThaaae, Slew Oe-1-ara.
I.: Xw Jtorrtgerwy shae. ttan
r-rae. Ci art Taceoia. sTash.; alar from
CM.f Quartanaautar. Xrsr:aaat f the lekes,
CMcsra aat tt. Cenuna-nal Ch. ll.V.Ja.
Ala. Zk. tr. Keen. Oasarat rureaaaiag Ofioee.
rROroajAXfl f-e- Svrlna BrSet-OfBee Jsth
n'an car.l CWnmlaaiea. Waaalartasv T- C
Jclr . iJ-SaJ zeeaeaala. Jatrtplleata.
will a rK. et tr.. efOoa et fbe meal
purAaster ofScr Isthrsiaa Canal Cbaamwasoav
waafcisst&a. I. c.. until X3Ja a. aa.. Aiaraat a
yi. u. etl'h ttase taar win a epae
suMlr. far famuaise .. a!? bf.
raaaaa sad. fall mf-vssatua sssar so
fna t1m .f. or tA. cfScai ef m.
screhaatrw sssata. It mate st. Kew Yerli ettyj
CiaVtocB-bca.. N.w Dr'eBa. 1m.! U .
Xaatgaauanr sc.saa rraae axe. col, bos
eaaaa. wraaeu. also rrara cn:x
ZwpercsMot m tee Leaasi u.
en tae ceeasasruai ensv a
TI13 BIO PLACE ON THB HILU
low BnwAtasa. EHte-XeeasuaTrf,
Folk a Collins. MeatoM Trio.
aix waacK H
I BIG FREE ATTRACTION I
Prof. LOLO assst Malo. TH ESS.
rameae french Aeroaasts. B
S Aftsraoen at Ms. Brenlng at SJa. M
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