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tttr -REPUBLIC SUNDAY. JUNE 30..190I.
(VBIOS WILL BE RECEIVED FOR WALL CASES. COUNTER CASES. CHANDELIERS. ETC.,
AT SIXTH AND OLIVE.
ONLY TWO WEEKS MORE
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What to do to keep reasonably comforta
ble the pat week has been a -vexatious
problem with most of the stay-at-homes.
With the women It has resolted ltelf into
the wearing of the thinnest gowns that
one's wardrobe could produce eten shirt
waists this j ear belnc fashioned from ery
flimsy fabrics, and pretty enough they are.
too, only It takes an Immense amount of
time to deck one's lingerie with the requi
site ribbons and lace that the wearing ot
such thin things makes Imperative. Hating
so cooly and attracthely arrajt-d them
selves, Madame and Mademoi"elIe who are
not to leie town until August may either
prepare for an evening on the porch If they
hae asked a few friends In, or else spend
the after-dinner hours nt the gardens,
prefaced by a long, cool ride on the cars.
The astonishing drop of not less than twelve
degrees in temperature as one gets went of
Taylor avenue is too comforting not to be
utilized to Its utmost these days of tor
rldlty. "No hats" appears to be the summer's
ultimatum. In a car full of well-dressed
women lest Thur'day night only three wore
bats, and two of thore three took them
elf. It really Isn't worth while, unless one
Is positively neuralgic, to burden oneself
with even the lightest of panamaa this
weather, particularly if one goes toward the
gardens for a car ride. SL Louis women
have always been rather Independent In
the matter of shedding their headgear In
extreme warm, weather, and this year the
fad Is more pronounced than ever. A Chi
cago woman would as soon think of flying
to the moon as to appear In public places
without her bat. Well do I remember
MIS3 LTJELLA TRAMMERS,
Of 2311 Dodler street.
catching a glimpse of a certain Delmar
boulevard young woman one night last Au
ust In that ianre and fashionable sum
mer garden on the South Side of Chicago
almost tho only one the town has, by the
by, which society people frequent and not
sign of a bat did she have on.
I can't understand how she ever managed
to obtain her friends' consent to thus ap
pear, for she came with a large Chicago
party, and they all wore hats the women,
that Is. But I rather liked her Independence,
for It was an Intolerably hot night.
Mrs. Everitt Paulson's porch party, with
aandwlcn accompaniments, was, so I hear,
a. great success. Not many people were
there. Just the little coterie of persons who
are nearly alwa9 guests at the various
Pattison functions the Walttr Douglasses,
the Hodgeses, et aL Mrs. Pattison will be
In town until August, so she tells me, and
this problem of what to do, and how to
get some amusement out of tho warm even
ings Is one to which the lady in question
gives much careful thought, followed by
highly successful results.
Jllss May Reld, the pretty Toronto girl
with an Knsliih complexion and a. soft
Scotch accent, whom Webster society peo
ple pleasantly remember, since 18j9, has
Just ended another visit here, her hostess
this time being Mrs. J. II. Forse of West
minster plaee. Miss Held expected to spend
at least a fortnight longer reveling In our
hot southern breezes, but received a hasty
summons home bi reason of an accident to I
her favorite brother. He Is a member of'
the "Klnffs Musketeers," or some one of
those crack English-Canadian regiments,
and while engaged in maneuvering collided
violently with another mounted lancer, and
both consequently came to grief.
Miss Held took the first train North; but
those who like to consider themselves In
the "knowing" class do say as how her
next visit will be a permanent one.
Even body who has prepared to go left
town in a hurry last week. The hot
weather fairly drove them out in flocks and
each outgoing train, especially the Eastern
Pullmans, was loaded with St. Louisans.
Sleeping car aciommodaticcs were more
than difficult to obtain, unless one made
special provision befcrehand. Mrs. Guldo
Pantaleonl and her daughter, with Mrs.
Lllburn McNalr aid her children, hurried
off the first of the week to Point-aux Bar
ques, fully a fortnight before they In
tended going, leaving their respective
spouses until August, when the men will go
up. The McKalrs have cottaged at this
rather quiet Northern place for three sea
sons and find it much to their liking. It Is
an especially nice place -or young children
and not at all fashionable or "dressy. '
Zka Daniel CaUlna went a week aso am
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Saturday. Miss Irene Catlin with them.
They went straight to New Hampshire,
where Mr. Catlin owns a farm, and will
rusticate there for a nonth. Later they
will probably Join the Ephron Catllns at
Mrs. George WIHIard Teasdale and her
two joungest children were part of the
large St. Louis contingent that took the
Thursday sleeper for Charlevoix. Mr.
Teasdale will go up once or twice during
A large party of the Lanes, the Frank
Wrights, and the Harry Ellfotts went off
Thursday night, destined for Magnolia.
MrsL Elliott likes this resort very much.
She has spent frequent summers theie.
though I believe she went to Block Island
The Capens will try the Maine coast this
year, nnd are to be at Block Island. They
went East two we?ks ago. Miss Jeanne
Capen has become so Identified with tho
East and spends so little of her time in St.
Louis, that I am not surprised at her par
tiality for this rocky island so beloved by
New Yorkers and Connecticut people.
I can quite understand the feeling which
some St. Loulsans have regarding a water
ing place, where they are not likely to
meet "swarms of one's neighbors" as one
woman puts It. One sees home people all
the winter and In summer, why not try a
change? That Is really one of the chlefest
pleasures to be derived from traveling or
resorting the meeting of strangers with
new Ideas and new modes of doing things.
This rushing off to a resort because, for
sooth. Mrs. Pine Street and Mrs. West
minster and Mrs. Berlin avenue have cot
tages there Is perfect nonsense. The people
with cottages, let me tell you, are by no
means pining to entertain their town-
folk who are quartered at the hotels. The
cottagers are glad to meet strangers and
really dread the Influx of their fit. Louis
acquaintances, who may expect Invitations
to every function worthy of the name. Sum
mer Is the time to seek new faces as well
as green fields and foreign pastures.
Apropos other departures of the week, Mr.
and Mrs. Huntington Smith set sail for Ver-
i mont and their new cottage on Monday.
They will live at Mrs. Grlswold's until the
Smith house Is finished, which will be late
In July. I believe.
The Louis Chauvent family have gone to
Plttafleld, Mass.. and will summer In the
Berkshires. They left last Sunday. Their
farm near Petersburg Is a fine country
place with all sorts of Improvements and
The John Fowlers were driven away much
sooner than they expected by the sudden
on-coming of sweltering weather. They are
now In Buffalo, having gone on last Tues
day, and after another week at the exposi
tion will betake themselves to their camp
in the Adirondacks.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hitchcock, who
came home from their wedding Journey so
quietly that hardly anybody has known that
they were In town, departed again on
Wednesday for South Port, Conn, one of
those little places on the Sound within a
stone's throw of New York. Mrs. Hitch
cock's family go there annually.
Yesterday noon Union Station looked as
if all St. Louis society was about to remove
Itself. The Valle Iteburns arrived Just In
time to take the "Knickerbocker Special,"
which train also carried away Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Mallinckrodt, who go to New York,
sailing next week for Europe. On the same
train were Mrs. Thornburgh and her chil
dren, bound for Itye Beach, and Mrs. Caa
tleman and Miss Postelnalte. who are aso
going to Rye.
The Julius Walshes, that Is, Mrs. Walsh
and her daughters, will go to Hot Springs,
Va.. their usual summer haunt, on Tuesday
and the same day Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Iameron will coma down from "Falicon"
to take a tram, for Massachusetts, where
they will summer on the coast.
"The tactful man. what a Joy he Is!" de
clared a brisk little woman whom I know,
the other day.
"My especial cause for rhapsody dates
from yesterday," she went on. "when I was
Just returning home after a most unpleasant
Interview with some business friends, who,
I have reason to suppose, are resolved to
take advantage of my condition of widow
hood and try their best to swindle me. I
don't know much about business, but I
know enough to realize when I am being
cheated, and I stuck up for my rights at
the meeting. It was hard, and though I
think my efforts have been successful, yet
I came away Just on the verge of a wom
an's relief, the ever-ready tears. I boarded
the elevator on my way down to the big
office building and immediately recognized
an old acquaintance, a man whom I had not
seen for several months.
"I know that I look disturbed and even
tearful. Did he notice It and ask at once
with blundering stupidity what was the
matter? Not he.
No sooner had he said,
then he followed the re
'How do jou do
mark by a pleasant smile and the state
" 'What a very becoming color pale blue
Is to you! You wear It extremely welL
"Now. wasn't that Just the very essence
of tact? Tear stains on my face. Perspira
tion on my brow. Disturbance expressed
by my entire person. And the tactful man
Just Ignored the whole of It and told me
that pale blue was one of my best colors
because I happened to have a blue ribbon
round my neck.
"I shall bless that man to my dying day.
He knows what to say and when to say It,"
The marriage of Miss Estelle Nofslnger of
Vandalla. 111., and Mr. Harry S. Sharpe of
St, Louis took place last Wednesday even
ing at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Stewart, No. 4054 Laclede avenue, relatives
of the bride. The Reverend Doctor T. B.
Hagerty. chaplain of Hansom Post, was the
officiating clergyman. Mr. and Mrs. Sharpe
are living at No. 4404 Forest Park boule
vard. The marriage of Miss Minnie Swarts and
Mr. Morris jHlrsch will take place this
morning at 31 o'clock.
lUsa Edith Mac ot Dallas. Tx and aUss
Yettn. Welxel are. here to attend the wed
ding, guests if Mrs. Ilos.i han, No. 514i
An early July wedding villi bo tint of
JIMs Minette Smith. No 2141 S lilhliury
-tr-ct. to Mr. Edward Miller, which will
tike pi ice nt S o'clock Wtslnesdiy tenirnr
at tlio Evangelical Frledens Chureh,
Nineteenth unit Newhoue awnuc.
Mis Freda Smith, the bride's "-Istcr. villi
serve as maid of honor, ard the Aliases
Caroline Mlllrr ami Alva Smith will be the
bridesmaids Mr John Mnrsh.ill will act as
l-t man. with Messrs Harry Goodln ami
Albert Llnde as groomsmen.
The engagement of Ml'' Trance"! L.
Hlool to Mr. Thomas King Jones has been
announced, the wedding to occur about the
middle if Julv.
Mermod & Jacoard's.
Hroadway and Ix-
One of the pretty weddings of the sea
son was that of Miss GeurHl i Maude Hud
son to Mr. Cornwell Ilradlev Itinulngtnn.
which was solemnized at Fountain P.irk
Congregational Church nt S o'clock Wednes
day evening, the I lei trend J. C Cromer
officiating. The brlie Is the daughter of
Mr. George Dallas Hudson of Orchard
Farm, Mo. Mr. lllnnlngton Is elilef clerk
In the pumping department of the city
Miss Iteclna Davis of Litchfield. Ill- a
e-ousln of the bride, was the bridesmaid, and
thi grnem's best man was his brother, Mr.
Edward S.' Blnnlnguw. The ushers were
Messrs. Tom Kopplin. Alfred Webb. Fred J.
Campbell. Will hltehlll nnd Linn Paine.
The bride wore a beautiful gown of mous
sellue de sole and pearl ornaments.
After the ceremony a reception to the
Immediate relatives was given at No. 133IA
Jjorth King's highway, the new home of
the happy couple. They will be at home
to their friends August L
s. V1" halen, youngest daughter of
,? EI.Ien halen. and' Mr. Will o'Don
nell. only son of Mr. and Mrs. P. O'Don
nell. were married on Wednesday. June S.
at 4 o clock, at bt, Theresa's Church, the
Keverend Father Connelly olliclatlng. The
bride was attended by Miss Katherine Cos
tello as bridesm.i hi nhllA l, ivim...-.
Whalen served the bridegroom as best man.'
The bride wore white French lawn, the
.. c . oeing irimmed wltn pusses.
. Mr- O'Donncll and his bride will take a
brief honeymoon. After August 1 they w 111
be at home at their own residence, Ivo. 1713
. A flU'ct wedding took place at St. Columb
klllers Church, Carondelet. on Tuesdayjune
2i at 7 JO mass. The bride. Miss Sarah
Mullen, a daughter of Anthony Mullen, and
the bridegroom, Mr. Charles E. Rels of
Belleville. The ung couple departed on
the II o'cloek train for tho Pan-American
Exposition via the Northern Lakes. They
will be at home to their friends In their
rtewly furnished house, at No. H27 South
Broadway, after August 3.
Miss Mathilda C. Gocrger and Mr. O. B.
J. Miller were married last Wednesday at
the Evanirelfenl LTIthnrnn Trlnltf flit-.-h
the Reverent! Ottri llnnwp nillM ,tlm. i hi i
bride wore white moussellne de sole and car- I
rled a bouquet of bride roses. The maid of I
nonor was Miss Angellne Barbj. a niece of
Mr. William Goerger. Jr., brother of tho
bride, acted as best man.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller departed in the even
ing to spend a short time Eist. and on their
return will make their home with the fa
ther of the bride. Mr. tlllam Goerger, No.
1717 Singleton street.
Only two more weeks in which to get the
wonderful bargains In diamonds, watches,
silverware and art wares, at the KuV.OuO w)
auction sale. Sixth and Olive.
Miss Gertrude E. Shellabarger and Louis
Kunz. who is secretary of the Board of
Election Commissioners, will be married on
Wednesday evening, July 3, at 8 o'clock.
The wedding will take place at the home of
the bride's mother. Mrs. Mary P. bhella
liarger. No. Sd Iowa avenue. In the pres
ence of only the Immediate family.
Mr. Arthur W. Carten and Miss Daisy
Kent, both of St. Louis, were married in
Detroit. Tuesday morning, June IS, and de
parted immediately after the ceremony for
a trip to the Pan-American Exposition.
They will reside in SL Louis.
The following article from a Wichita
Kas, iiaper will Interest many St. Louls
ans. who know both bride and bridegroom:
"James T. Dorsey. Wichita's well-known
citizen, was married at 6A) o'clock last
evening to Mls Rose C Mecre. daughter
of Mr. J. M. bteere. commercial agent of
the Atchlon. Topcka and banta Fe Rail
way. Miss Steere Is a native ot ban An
tonio, Tex., and the marriage Is the cul
mination of an acquaintance begun in this
city eight years aco. Mr. Dorsey concluded
to end the Jong love affair four or live weeks
ago, when his sister and housekeeper. Miss
Laura Dorsey. was married to Mr. James
Tuttle. his first wife's brother.
"The Iteverend J. D. Ritchey of SL John's
Episcopal Church, and an old friend of tho
couple, from the days when he was rector
of the Episcopal Church In Old Orchard.
Mo., performed the ceremony at Mr. Dor
Bey's home, corner ot Third and Market
streeL Only a few intimate friends were
present, the wedding being a quiet home
"Miss Steere. as stated. Is the daughter of
Mr. J. M. Steere. who is well known In rail
road circles, having been superintendent of
the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe. at Dillas,
Tex., for years, and is a charming Southern
glrL cultured, bright and possessed of ster
ling womanly Qualities. Every bod v In Wich
ita knows Mr. Dorsey. He has been Identi
fied with the business and political affairs
of Wichita fcr many years. He selected his
birthday for his wedding, being 41 years
The latest In Wrist Bags. In light and-
I dark tan. gray and black, at $1.00. at Mer
mod ft Jaccard's, Broadway and Locust.
One feature of the last week was the
gathering and meeting of the G. A. B. C-.
a society of Jolly goodfellowsbip composed
of young men of the West End. Among
trm. In attendance were:
H A. sweney. irl- Felix Sweney,
dent: Jaik I.ndd.
I. A Harris, vice Harry Kennedy,
I-re-ldent; Klci Kenan,
nob King, serretnrv: Will Itillie.
1.I Palcs. sergeant- II. Muhrnan.
nt-bar; Willis Johnson.
Bn-n Nnrrls. Waller Yerkes,
f.eo. Doebler. l'rhc Iloblnson.
Al Pculln. nick Gruner.
T. on II. ICclIcy. It. Clark JJutt.
Mrs. E. 1". ri-ke entertained a few friend
In honor of the birthday of her mother.
Mre. I. A. Thompson. Amonc those pres
Kvui ne Sclurr.
J. J.? i urr.
D. A. Thompson.
On Thursday afternoon a carnation rarty
was Mien bv Ml Mae Shlpman at her
home. No. 2M2 St. Vincent nenue. In hon
or of tv.o of the recent graduates of the
High School. MUs I-coni Wllte anil Miss
1-lur.i Hamilton. The prizes were won by
sid , or
Miss Hamilton. Miss Riley
Dtrmott, Some of those
and Miss Mae-
Jll-ses Hnfe Davidson, Luella Lang. Leona
Witte, Laura Hoaber, Laura Hamilton, Lil
Riley. Emily 'SteDennott, Dorothy Griffen,
Minnie Kiel, EC CKaprnan, L. Gait, B. Reb-
K. Grafter, No.
Mrs. 'Alfred A. Grafter. No. EH7 Horton
place, gnve a children's party June 19 In
honor of her little daughter. Eleanor, the
occasion being her sixth birthday. Among
the little folks rresent were:
Ilalo on Noure.
Corlnne Barr .
Wnllacrt de Yong.
l.i Duke Nlderlng
hause. Elmer jicrgcr,
Jl!hn t5a" Welly,
The S. St. L. T. V. Club gave a picnic at
Forest Ptrk lat week. Those present were:
Misses CI ira Gille. Rose Winter. Isabella
Juencle, Tlllie ZlgrnthnlT. Millie Alllna nnd
Ada Huelxl: Vers. Alfred Allen. D. Jinks.
Arthur Klettlch. Max Thomas. Will Kup
pinger and Ed llaktr.
Miss Mamie rtnlcan entertained a few of
her friends Inst Tuesday evening on the
lawn. Amonc those who were present were:
Mlses Cronin. O'Brien. Smith nnd Zlnger;
Messrs. Come. Madden, I'arrel. Garvie,
Moonan and Smith.
A surprisA Inwn party was clven last Fri
day cvenirg In honor of tho Misses llubeck.
The gutts were:
Gcrtru le St. Vrain,
I Illlan C. Klelnen.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Fred 51. St. Vraln.
R. K Jones.
V"a " Knutz,
Arthur K Mack,
Mls Laura Peltz entertained 109 young
ladles on Thursday afternoon at the "Cot
tage" In Forest Park In honor of Miss Em
ma Schlosssteln. whose marriage to Mr.
Huco Hammerstein, will t.ak place In the
enrly fall. Tho entertainment was a
"linen shower." each young lady presenting
the bride with pieces of linen. Luncheon
was served In the banquet hall. Miss Seltx
was assisted by her mother. Mrs. Caroline
Sitz. and sister. Mrs. William August
Bensberg of Milwaukee. Wis.
When you have any eye trouble, hare
them tested at once by Dr. Bond, expert
optician, nt Mermod & Jaccard's. Broad
w ay ar 1 Locust. A correct fit guaranteed
If glasses are ne'deil. Examination free.
Steel frames. 31 00 and up; gold. COO and up.
A "hlrt-walst party" was given to Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer T. Glllapy by Rollln B,
Hells on Friday evening. June 3. at his
resiJence. No. 4351 Lotus avenue. Music
was furnished by the Junior Musical Club,
of which Messrs. Glllaspy. Cochran. Sliver
burg and Field are members, and Mr. Field,
who has a fine tenor voice, sang several
select solos. Slipper was served at 10 JO and
then dancing Allowed on the lawn.
ATiong thoe present were Mr. and Mrs.
C. 1'. Field. Mrs. HoIIln Richmond, Mrs. H.
P. Blackmann. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kee
bauh. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Glllaspy.
jmiiin v. i-iem,
J. K. Sllverburg.
Ch lrles Cochran,
Some ot the people of Maplewood and
Tuxedo Park met at Tuxedo last Saturday
evening, the object being a "hay ride" tin
a large farm wagon) to Clayton, where Ihe
young men had provided supper. The affair
was u great wuccess and much enjoyed by
the participants, who were as follows:
J. K. Barnlckol.
it. urace Jioore.
Interest In "Princess Bonnie." by far the
most taking bill which has been offered 'at
the Delmar this season, together with the
extreme heat of last week, combined to
make Friday night's audience at this place
of amusement an enormous one. Members
of the cast were In especially fine form and
encores were more than frequent. The live
ly little trio dance, in the second act, has
been a great favorite all week, and oa Fri
GREAT AUCTION !
The greatest ever held in America the entire remainder of the
stocks of the E. Jaccard and Merrick, Walsh & Phelps Jewelry Cos.
must positively be closed out in the next two weeks.
EVERY ARTICLE IHARANTEED IY THE MERM0O t JACCARD JEWELRY CO.
rr SUES DAILY-10 I. M. TO 6 P. M.'r
OLIVE AND SIXTH STS.
day night numerous repetitions were de
manded before the audience had enough of
Mr. Morgan's fascinating pigeon wings and
darky capers. Harold Gordon, whos" tenor
uictj is one oi me real mats oi ine sum-
mr. maintained his success as the "ch im- j
plon fly -fisherman of America." while Miss I
Bertram looked prettlt r than usual and
A large party of the Will Steer. the John
J. Ralrlghs and several more friends ate
dinner at the garden and then saw the
Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Widen came out with
tl'tir voung daUEhter. nnd iolned Mr. and
Mrs. Ned Johnon. Mrs. Price and 3Ir. and
wr. y. ji. iioijiti ly.
t'aptnin and Mrs. Lnrimnr" came with
friends. Miss Frbilman and her escort; Mr.
Welxd. Miss Baer nnd Mr. Harry Baer.
and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Glaser were all
neir the front.
Mr. ana Mrs. Walter Thompson had with
them Miss Zerda Luytles and Stanley
.Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walker. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Chldsey, and Miss Block were In the par
ijuer. Mls Edna Gamble came with friends, and
Mr. and Mrs. Jannopoulo were on the left.
Mrs. Jannopoulo wearing pink pique, with
a hut covered with pink roses.
Mrs. Joseph A. Graham and her sister.
Mi-s Williams, of Mary land, were guests ot
Mrs. Charles JouthwelI on the front row.
U-one (Sale came with n jxirtv of young
men, and James Richardson brought
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Waughop, No. 413S
Tape boulevard, gave a "poverty party."
In honor of Mrs. J. J. Strong and son, Ja
cob Strong. Jr.. of Chicago. 111.. last Fri
day evening, nt their home. The Invited
guests were as follows:
Messieurs anu Aiesuame:
J. 8. Clark. William Haley.
J. J. Strong. W. F. Parker.
M. Brawneer. Charles Smith.
S Jacobs. F. Balso.
J. Wcthcrwax. E. Strong.
J. Moller. A. Thompson.
K. Moller. L. Waughop,
M. Mayer. l Waughop.
P. Cohan. C. Gochner.
R, Denhan. F. Parker.
A. Stewart. R. E. Ruechel,
Ware Waughop, W. Haley.
The Invitations were made of small pa
per bags, written In lead pencil, and the
guests were asked to come In old clothe".
Mr. and Mrs. Meiritt Marshall gave a
tally-ho party on Friday night, the drlie
being through Forest Pork to the High
lands and homeward through tho grounds
of Washington University. As the night
was a particularly brilliant one, with full
moon, tho rido proved highly enjoyable.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall's guests were:
Judge and Mrs. W. W. Henderson. Mr. and
Mrs. Alonzo AcufT. Mrs. Joseph T. Whyte.
Doctor Sutton of Sedalla. Miss Nellie Mc
Tiernan and Edwin S. Puller.
Mrs. Fred H. Bolter. No. ISM St. Louis
avenue, gave a luncheon Thursday- after
noon In honor of Mrs. R. Bowen. nee Clear,
of Trenton, Tenn. Vocal and Instrumental
solos were rendered by the guests. Miss
Adale Clear plaved a number of violin se
lections. The guests were:
C. II. Chouquette.
Best watches. Mermod & Jaccard's.
Miss Florence Fledeler has gon for tle
summer to visit her grandparents In Okaw
vllle. Mr. and Mrs. E. E, Evans. No. 7 Lewis
plaee. are entertaining Miss Mary Fulgham
and Miss Rena Jones of Crystal Springs,
Mrs. Julius Moulton Ins returned from a
three months' visit in Florida.
Mlas Rose. Price departed Thursday night
for a month's sojourn at Eureka Springs,
Mi Bettlna Welch of St. Jo'Ph t a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Bell. No.
427 McPherson avenue.
Big Four to Buffalo Pan-American Expo
sition. Best service, track and equipment.
Walter S. Dray of the Metropote
Chicago, arrived Friday to visit her
Mrs. Harry K. Wagoner.
Mrs. J. R. McCleery and Miss Elizabeth
Warren McCleery. No. 51H Page boulevard,
departed on Tuesday for a visit with rela
tives In Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Baarent Ten Broefc and children will
go to Charlevoix the middle of July for tho
rest of the summer.
Diamond rings, HO to C.MO. at Mrmod &
Mrs. Louis Mullgardt will depart this
week for the shores of Lake Michigan,
north of Chicago, taking her little son.
Mr. Mulltardt will make frequent trips to
the lake during the summer.
Mr. and Mm. Ed Lange and daughter de
narted for the Diamond Mineral Springs
Tt A -T Kmvnr. No. 1111 North Chan-
nlng avenue, has gone for a two weeks' o
inurn at Niagara Falls and Buffalo. N. T.
Mrs. B. F. Givens. No. 5352 Maple avenue.
Is spending a week with hr mother at
Artistic silverwares. Mermod A Jaccard's.
The Misses Marie and Vera Clark, who
have spent the winter and spring in Chica
go, will go East this week for the summer.
Mrs. A. E. Baden of Springfield. Kas . Is
at Hotel Beers, the guest ot friends.
MUs Coralle J. DeLlsle hasi returned, after
a visit of several weeks at the home of her
uncle, Mr. Eugene Sheble. of Creve Coeur.
Mrs. Frank Mudge of 518 Kensington ave
nue has returned from a month's visit In
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Preston of Kansas
City are occupying apartments at Hotel
Tickets to New York and Boston via Big
Four Route rive ten days' stopover at I
Buffalo to see Pan-American Exposition,
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Robert have re
moved to No. 5015 West Morgan street.
Doctor and Mrs. Clarence O'C. Max havo
returned from their wedding tour of the
Thousand Islands. Canada and Michigan.
They will be at home to friends after July
10 at No. 2747 Lafayette avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Block and baby
are visiting Mrs. M. Block in Chicago and
will leave shortly for an extended Eastern
Mrs W. D. Shanllln and little grandson.
Wesley William Tommerson. of Carrollton, Y
no, are vuiuug nuucu c- iuiuwcicwi, -.v.
473 Page boulevard.
Very unique handled silk umbrellas,
special value. tLX to S2L0O. at Mermod &
Jaccard's. Broadway and Locust.
The Cardinal Dancing Club will give a
midsummer lawn party on Wednesday
evening. July 17. A feature of this party
will be a portable pavilion. The commu
te is Thosaas McLaughlin. Charles Footon.
TO - MORROW'S PAPERS FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS.
There is nothing like a KODAK for a vacation
trip. We are the headquarters for St. Louis,
and allow a discount of 20 per cent.
Our line of new, this season's models of
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Prompt Attention to Mall Orders.
Thomas Dunlap. Thomas Rlelley,
Dummlch and Will J. Cantmon,
Mrs. S. I.. Hlghleyman returned last
week from Eureka Spring'.
Mrs. Laudon Carter of Carrollton. Mo.,
who has been visiting the. Misses Tommer
son, returned to her home yesterday.
Miss Maude Rhodes, No. 50S9 Ridge ave
nue, is entertaining her cousin. Miss Grace
Tuckiey. ot Jefferson city. Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Taylor of Page boule
vard departed Tueday for Buffalo, Toronto
and other points East.
Mr. and .Mrs. J. F. McCortner and family
of No. 4007 Cook avenue have gone to
Oconomowoc. Wis., for tha summer.
Going to Buffalo Pan-American Exposi
tion? Get tickets via Big Four Route.
The Misses Gregory of S Louis avenue
departed Saturday to spend the summer at
Miss Mabel a Miller of No. 3315 Washing
ton lioulevard. chaperoned by Mrs. George
Gladding, accompanied by her little son. Is
summering at French Lick Springs. Ind.
Ml;s Stella Boucher, who has been In the
South, has Just returned home.
100 calling cards, with flnelr engraved
copper plate, only H.50, or from plate. IL0
Mermod At Jaccard's, Broadway and Lo
cust, Airs. Carrie SIcGee, with her daughter.
Mrs. R. E. Snow, are visiting Mrs. W. R.
Faith In New York City. Mrs. Faith, with
her mother nnd sister, will spend the sum
mer In the East.
The Misses Ely of No. SIS Washington
avenue Kave Monday for Spalding Springs.
Doctor Ralph A. Quarles. with his family
i iu grown ons anu iour uaugnters. nas
Jut moyed Into his new home, built In
Webster Park. The young ladies enter
tained a house party of girls last week.
Among the guests were: Misses Inez and
Birdie Hunt. Harriet Clark. Duckworth and
Mrs. D. II. Sterns of No. 33 Cook ave
nue Is entertaining Mrs. J. Artis. Mrs. II.
Welntz and Miss Mary Seltzer, all of Evans
Cnlnc to Pnn-Amerlenn Exposition
lxok at schedule of Big Four Trains:
Lv. St. Louis S 30 a. m.. K-(0 noon. 8-05 p. m.
Ar. Buffalo 2.55 a. m.. 6. IS n. m, 7.3D p. m.
Ar. New York 2 55 p. m.. 6-X) p. m.. 8aW a, m.
Ar. Boston 4.55 p. m . 9 1)0 p. m.. 1034 a. m.
Ticket Office, Broadway and Chestnut,
FUNERAL OF PETER L F0Y.
rroiniiieBt St. Lonisan Buried in
The funeral services of Feter L. Foy,
w.ho died Wednesday morning at his home.
No. 3C17 LIndell boulevard, took place at
J o'cloek yesterday morning from SL
Frincis Nailer's Church.
Bishop Hennessy of Wichita. Kas, of
ficiated at tha mass. He was pastor twenty-
years ago of St. John's Church in St.
l.ouis. of which Mr. Foy was a member.
I ather Carney of the Immaculate Concep
tion assisted In the sanctuary. Father Mc
Glaughlin of Hannibal. Mo . was p'esent.
After the mass the solemn absolution was
given by Bishop Hennessy.
Fatler Bronsgeest. pastor of St. Francis
Xavler's Church, escorted the remains to
Calvary Cemetery and conducted the Cath-
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H. A. Hyatt, 412 N. Broadi
ollc burial service. The Henneman doublet
quartet sang at the church.
These were the active pallbearers: V. P.
Blair. E. V. Papin. Russell Stanhope, A. C
Orrtck. G. F. Paddock. W. B. Papln. V. M.
Porter and W. L. Chambers. The honorary;
rallbearers were: John F. Lee. F. D.
Hlrschberg. Theophile Papin. George Von
Schradcr. A. Q. Kennett, Walter C Taylor.
Plerro Chouteau and Francis A. Drew.
HILTS'S FUG SHOE SALE.
Etery Pirebsaer of Shoes Will B
titvea si Hamdsosae Asserleaua Flaa.
Tho buying public anxiously await tha
special shoe sale-9 of the C EL Hilts Shoe
Company. Sixth and Franklin avenue. It U
understood that when Hilts says "cut
deep R. means phenomenal bargains. Be
ginning Monday this special sale promises
to eclipse all previous efforts and a mid
summer "Flag Shoe Sale" will continue
during the week. At this sale men's, wo
men's, misses' and children's shoes ara
marked for clearing- out tho accumulation
of the season. Hilts Is considered one oC
the largest buyers oi smaller retail stocK.
Job and manufacturers samples, as well as
regular factory Items, and In consequence;
this special sale Is to be unparalleled for
quantity and quality. Bins, counters and
baskets will be filled with choice footwear
that are worth fully three times the erica
asked. This July clearing sale Includes one
special ror Monday only war. snouia ot oo
overlooked. Five hundred pairs of wofilen'a
ana misses- snoes nave Deen piaceo m a.
large bin and will be put on sale at ISO
Monday morning. These shoes were mada
to sell at C but are offered Monday onlyi
at 19cT No exchanging will be allowed and
no one purchaser will be permitted, to buy,
more than two pairs.
INDIANS AT UNION STATION.
Chiefs of the Comanche and Kiowa
Tribes En Boute Home.
Eshltle. chief of the Comanche Indians,
and Lone Wolf, chief of the Kiowas. with
seven other chiefs ot these tribes, pasxed
through Union Station yesterday mgmlnjr
en route to Indian Territory from Washing
ton. D. G. where they have Instituted suit"
In the United States Court of Appeals to
prevent the -opening of the reservation oc
cupied bv the two. tribes.
The chiefs have Jrft-Ojln Washington since
May L They are-lwlpeful of winning their
case, and say that If necessary they wilt
carry the cae to the Supreme Court.
Should the cne be decided in favor of the
Indians after the reservation Is opened, the
Government will be forced either. to re
move all the whites from the newly occu
pied land, or pay 33 000.000 to the tribes.
This COWOnO Is in addition to the C.OOOOOT
to he raid by the Government as tne price
of tne jnaian tanas.
HAS CAPITAL OF $1,000,000.
Norvell-Shiipleigh Company Files
Incorporation papers of the Norvell-Shap
lelgh Hardware Company, successors to thai
well-known Shapleigh Hardware Company
were tiled yesterday with Recorder of
Deeds Hahn. The company is capitalized
at 31,000.000. Shares ot stock are valued at
The stock Is controlled by Alfred li
Shapleigh. who holds 3.725 shares. Saunders
Norvell with 2.S75 shares, and Richard W.
Shapleigh with 425. William G. Yarn's holds
95S shares; Taylor D. Kelley XS: Harry B.
Gorden, 959, and Augustus Shapleigh Boyd
Shoot a Camera
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