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THE KEPUBLIC:-SUNDAY. MAY 18, 1902.
Mj rtle Blaney,
Tho young lady emploves of the South
western Passenger Bureau, known as tho
"Bureau Belles," gnvt their third annuil
outing at Meramc Highlands Paturdny
afternoon Games of all kinds were In
dulged in beside-, boating on the river,
Fevral of the girls being quite eM'crt with
the oars. Those of the club are.
Clara Moss. Maud Field.
S-arah Garbs, Anna Field.
May McDennott. .ellh Emits
Mattle Moss. M.irj Grlthn
Fine Diamonds M rnn.d .V Jaccnrd's.
Miss Isabelle Utiber. No 3T5 Garfield ave
nue, nnd Mr Gustavo Goctz of Chicago
were married Maj 14 b tt. Reverend
Father Thobe. Thev will make their home
Miss Clara- Ellerselek and Edward Ij.
Dougherty were mairled Thursday ufler
noon Mlcs Ellerelck has been lor -nne
time connected with the Postal Telegraph
Companv at Its main station In the I .aelode
building. Sho is the pretty receiving clerk
who prerlded at the front counter Mio was
exceedingly popular with all the bankers,
brokers and lawyers who did their tele
graph buslne-ss at this station Being an
excellent German scholar, she was in a lo
Eltlon to handle with facllltv .mil dispatch
Gorman cable inciagts -Mr Doughcitv is
the Fon of Sir C Doughertv. for nineteen
3 earn mnnagir of the Postal Telegraph
After tho ceremony Mr and Mrs Dough
erty atte'ided the wedding supper given at
the bridegroom's father s house, then de
parted for a short honeymoon trip I pon
their return thej will go to housekeeping
in St. Louis
Excellent Dining Cars St Louis to New
York eery day on Knickerbocker Special.
On Wednesday. May 14. the marriage of
Miss Marie Schneider and George Kobe
both of the South Side. wa celebrate n'
St. Anthony's Church, the hour beln 7 :)
in the morninc The bride wore whit U
trimmed In chiffon and lace Miss Anni
Schneider, sister of the bride, was maid of
honor, and Miss Anna Kolsch and Mis
Bertha Drissel. the bridesmaids They wore
French lawn, with lace and ribbon
John Stetfcn was txst mn, while John
Meiers nnd Edward Josslo were the grooms
men. A breakfast at the home of the
bride's parents. Mr . and Mrs Frank
Schnoidcr, No. 371G Oregon avenue, followed
Take Big Four trains for Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs William Edward Jones. No.
4TJ7 Washington boulevard, yesterday sent
out cards for the marriage of their
daughter, Katherine Scoell, to Mr Irwin
IUlr of Evanston. I1L. on the afternoon of
Wednesday. June 4. at half after a o'clock
at Pilgrim Congregational church. At home
at No. 1105 Oak avenue. Evanston
Miss Marie Jennings was married to J
Warren Chambers last Monda at the
bride's home. No 5421 School street Mr
and Mrs. Chambers departed ImmrJ ntel
for Pittsburg, I'a.. where the will mike
Mr. and Mrs R P. Tabb. No 22 Park
avenue. Kansas Clt. Mo., announce the
engagement of their daughter Frances to
Doctar Hudson Talbott of St Louis. The
marriage will take place in the latter part
Thursday afternoon Mrs John Mavkel.
No. 2119 North Fourteenth street, enter
tained the Ladles' Home Club at her home.
The rooms, were decorated. Luncheon was
served at i p. m.. nfter which recitations
AT THE THEATER.
Mermod-Jnccard's, Broadway, Cor Iocust
The Columbia, being one of tho few
downtown theaters open last week, was
filled nightly with people of society, who
found the cool evenings conducive to
amusement-seeking On Fridav night all
boxes were filled with West End s-or-Iety.
while many were scattered through the
Corwln Spencer had a partv of World's
Fair officials in his favorite lower box on
Mr. and Mrs. Will Maffltt had guests
with them in the front row.
Mr. and Mrs. William IWtwIch came
with friends, while Mr. and Mrs Hermann
Luytls hid a party with them In one or
the mezzanine boxes.
Mr. and Mrs. McTague were In an upper
stage box, with Doctor and Mrs. Icwln
next to them.
Charles Curry sat with some oung peo
ple In the front parquet, not far from Mr.
and Mrs. F. X Uarada.
Miss Lilian Kearden and her escort,
Frank dellass Robison, and some men
friends, Stewart Stickney, John Gamble,
Mr and Mrs. A W. Watklns and Miss
Watkins were all In the mezzanine row
Telegraph your friends you are coming to
C.nclnnatl via Big Four.
Society people like the Knickerbocker Spe- I
cjai via mis x our, si, iouis to iew lork
iflfi lift Oil
Mr. Jere Halderman
York for a visit.
has gone to New
Mrs. W. C. Gilmore has returned to her
home in Chicago after a visit with her sis
ter. Miss Sybil Majer, at Hotel Berlin.
Mrs F. Q. Trestrail of Kansas City, Mo ,
Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Haley
of Taylor avenue.
Morning. Noon and Night. Big Four trains
leave St. Louis for Cincinnati.
Mrs. and Miss Illlkene of No. 1523 Goode
avenue have departed for a trip throurh
Judge and Mrs Noah M. Given of Hotel
Berlin have returned from n vlIt in Har
Mr. and Mrs Edward Preetorlus will oc
cupy the residence of Mrs. Pretorlus's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Cook, this sum
mer, as Mr and Mrs. cook expect to sail
for Europe In June
Doctor Ella. Hunt returned Friday from
Boston, where she was called by Illness of
Mrs. Thomas W Sterling of New York Is
ocoupylng a. suite of rooms at Hotel Beers
for a fortnight
The Misses Heinzelman of Shenandoah
avenue are entertaining Chicago friends.
Mrs. Joseph A. Graham and Miss Harriet
Graham departed on Friday for a summer
visit In Maryland, which Is Mrs. Graham's
Our wedding Invitations have long been
recognized throughout this country as the
very finest examples of the engraver's art.
vvrite for samples and prices. MaiUd free
Mermod & Jaccard's. Broadwny and Lo
cust. Mrs. Lawrence runic of Bloomlnrton. IU
'Vt? fUMlof,h,r aJatcr- Mrs- A'bert Webb
of Llndell boulevard.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Lewis of the
Southern .Hotel went hastily to ,Auguta
Me., last Thursday, called bv the sudden
death of Mr. Longfellow, Mrs Lewis's
father. Mr. LewlB will return to St. Louis
Dr. Bond, expert optician, at Mermod &
Jaccard's. Broadway and Locust, will ex
nmlne your eyes free of charge and guar
antee n proper fit If glasses are needed.
Steel fromes. Jl and up; gold frames, J5
Mr. and Mrs. Will Roulston of St. Louis
were entertained by Maplewood friends last
Mra. C T. Martin has returned from her
trip to Texas and other Southern points.
Mr. C II. Phelps and family of Fraser
Park havo returned from Carthage. Mo,
where they visited Colonel William Phelps
and Mr. and Mrs. I H. DlllarU.
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Clulv aro homo
again, after a few weeks' visit in Chicago
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pfaff of Manchester
road are in Jonesburg, Mo., where thev
were summoned lo the deathbed of Mrs.
PfafTs father, Mr. A. Danvault of that
Mr. S. J. Gates of Midland Heights paid
n brief vlfilt to his daughter, Mrs. M. E.
Dow, last week.
Mrs. G. J. Vincent, rcoently a guest of
Mrs. Smith of Anpa avenue, has returned
to her home in Illinois.
Mr. and Mrs. S B. Dugger of. Aurora.
Mo.; Mr!. J. B. Bullard and daughter. Miss
Juanlta. of Decatur. III., and Messrs. S. O.
nnd J. P. Dugger' of Chicago. III., -were all
guests of Mrs. A. Colby last week,
Mrs. J. B. Lucas of New York Is being
entertained by Maplewood friends this
Mr. and Mrs. Chils. Prior entertained Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Voorhatir of St. Louis
and Mr. and Mr. Carl Ellis of Ellendale
Mn. Lloyd of Chicago has returned home,
I AS USUAL, FAMOUS LEAOS THE VAN IN VALUE
moorted Pattern Hats.
Monday we i;ie von choice of a number of Beautiful Trimmed Hats some Im
ported Pattern 'Hals and some products of our own superior workrooms in the
lot arc creations worth up to
S'ii.OO-whilc they la-t they're
' " ij i (-itXfl J - J -"lj
Sale of New Silks.
A Word. It'-, an easy mat
ter to make a statement
ramo'ix is as pirticu
lar iLoul carrj iii!t out
it-, statements as making
them it's necissary to
see these hats to appre
ciate th true weaning
of this liberal otfer. The
r-irlv .-illi rs imturallv get
Die lirst and l t i-lmU-n
li mil-of Hie early miners
37 i!o7..-n Natural Ctibi Ur.trir.imoil Hats
uiaik of genuine ( iilmn sirnv In the new round and Ci
simplicln ship roll liriui-. .e values - jlfC
Momla at 1 -iinous v
Shirt Waist tlat- In every new-and prevailing
snape-pn liny irinuriii inn silk- ami arrow qunr
li its wonti up le J : iiumi.ii ai l ainnits
Cl'iildren's Trimmed lists In a variety of dainty styles
nicilv trliiuned lHi sislu'antl roM-ttes Leghorn f f
hats. Mull trliiimisl -mil Mull ii n worth llBft
upto2i Miimlav.ii.il .. . . V
We arc showing the season's most wanted fab
rics anil patterns at niarrclously low prices that's
wh this wash jjaotfs ftnncAS of ours Is growing to
such large proportion. Here's some valuable In
formation for Monday's Wash Goods shoppers:
IJatistes- 150 niches wide very effective styles all
ruliirv it's tin. ipi.ilitv for wlilrlijou d " C
Titil.i -itntiiiirlv iiiv 1"." Jlonil-iy JC
at I am.. un. jaril . .
I:inc Dimities nearly as good as the imported a
stripe-. SMils-itnl fiiiri, of all UimKnnd sI s tho ZwC
I.Vijuaiiiv .M.iu.lij at 1 amoiiN. yiinl. ..
32-lncli Zephyrs and .16-inch Madras the very
laiest eoiornizs ami (Ksisns many
wlilti ground waistliir-.siuonc the Midras
H1.' ! tin regular prlee MoniHj at r.imous.
umuroiuereu svv iss in very letcliing ICk
effects in lwitli elf aad eontrasthu eolors lrC
3V qualltv Vloml-ij at ramous. janl.. . ..
A New Pabric all cotton and very sheer, but having
the elTiet of rren.-h eliillle groiimU have a mcreerled
stripe tinted and white grounds the most beau-
tlful printing of tlie seison every new ilesl:;ii and A S.
color n.M-qu:ilitj Vlondiy at Fainous, jartl amm-t
Items gathered at ran
dom Just to demonstrate
the sa vlmg marie possible
by doing your trading
Crash Toweling evlra weiplit
looks like genuine Uui i
verv serviceable worth
T'je Momlij it A
Famous, yard "
BathToweU extra go-d dou
ble thrend towels lirgo
si7i25e valms- 7-
alomlay . l
Huck Towels allliuuiiiloublo
Hnck IsxTIS inches -
ljc valui-Mondi . c
Red Oemak fast colors 55
Inches wide-10 distinct pit
terns worth 2.V and 7j
:iflc-Motdaj, vird ll
Bleached Damasks 70 Inches
wide r per rent Hi. in ex
tra wtldit fi0iii illly "Xqp
- .Mond.13 . yard .
Unbleached .Muslin yard wide
- the Kind that universilly
sells at ,.c jard Monday
at Fn moils, It.
jard ' JiC
5,000 Vards mched .Muslin
in remnants of 31o li vanl.
each itv-Imllng the best 7'fc
artdSepoiHls A t 1
Momla), van -'
Pillow Cases 12 or 4" Inch
the Identic il grade for which
you hive alw ivs paid 0
124e .Monil i.e. i ach oc
Percales the best made, new
est colors and pitterns
worth 15. ) ard lieeause
they wen purchised In Inlf
pieces, the price Moiul ly
1-e half, yard ' --
Best 6c Indigo and Shirting
Prints Mondiy at f
Tanious, j a rd a
Outln? Flannels -. worth 7He
j ard -Momla v at A r
ramous, yanl ... -
At Small Prices Momday.
Basting Cotton A
do7en spools "
Trench Bastlnz Cottin -best
larje spools glare Op
tinlsh do7enspojK "
Best 5rool llk all colors and
black and white 1(0- A
)ird spools, each t
Handled Dnrnlnz Egg "7
ls-st black enamel, cicli."'
and black -4i.allsfor
Hook-On Su-porters frilled
web all colors, fi.
Lisle 'Id- Clastlcs-black and
wlilto 1. idles', misses", C
children's -12 values ...-
Peirl Buttons assorted lot
allsizes lialfballshape A
worth up to 12c doz....."
White Linen Buttons for
wash dresses -best quality
per dozen .... c
stockinet Dress Shields sev
eral sizes -worth up to C
IV pair Monday "
Hump Hooks and Ges whlto
or black all sizes -
j.er J dozen card c
Mckel 5aletyPlns three sizes
on card of
J6-lnch Drapery Swiss- stripes
dotsor flRiires 7l.
Gold Drapery all colors
hatidsomo patterns 7
worth 10e yard "
Cretons 33-lnrhes wide 15o
klnd-but sllr-htlyim- C
perfect Jlondiy. yard.."
12Hc (-nods In
short It'liirllis .
It the B;
On BaLrgcvin Table No. 1 WRAPPERS.
100 dozen Ladles' Wrappers, In light and dark
patterned lawns, perciles and calicoes about 12
neat styles, made full over hips very wide skirls.
trimmed with fancy wash braids.
S!)c Wrappers Monday
1.00 Wrappers Monday
$110 Wrappers Monday
SI .25 Wrappers-Mondav
(Not more than one to a customer.)
On Bargain Table No. 2 LADIES' VESTS.
Ladles' Whits Vests Kicholleu rili low neck no
3;sj v -u. ," -iiiv iiwmm ,l iictK ana
arms aho a Jot at Children's tfanro Vests extra
Choice Monday, each
On Ba.rga.ia Table No. 3 MEN'S PANTS.
175 pairs Men's neat striped irray hair line
Casslmere 1'ants splendidly made poe'e
ets extra well ptajed buttons riveted
all size' worth regularlv J2 Monday
only, on the Bargain Table
Great Sale of MesVs Summer Underwear.
Famous purchases from llargadinc-McKittrlck Dry Goods Co., city, their surplus stock of Men's
Summer Underwear 800 doLenat about SO cents on the dallar. Every garment In the lat Is clean, perfect, this
season's goods spread before you to-morrow at prices that w hurry them out. You could not wish for a belter
opportunity to stcck up for the season. Don't skip a line.
Men's 25c Underwear 15c.
.Men's fancy striped Tiidci-shlrts and Drawers.
Men's fancy .ttrsey ribbed Pndirsliirts and
Men's pliln llalbrlKirnn I'mb-i-shlrts and Drawers
Mi n's blue nnd Ian I'ndi rshlrls and Drawers,
Men's pink and ecru Jersey ribbed 1'nilerslilrts
anil Draw lis,
2.V values special at
Men's 50c Vntferwear 25c.
Mi n's fanej striped Undershirts and Drawers
Men's bird s-eye fanev I'ndershlrts and Dnwers
Men's plain heavy ilillirlirgiti 1'ndersliirts and
Mill's blaik, pold blue and pink fancy striped
rndershlrts and Drawers
Men's d irk anil light blno laco effects Under
shirts and Drawers
f-Oc values special at .
Men's SI.00 to $1.25 Underwear-
Men's i-ouibeil Fcyptlan jam I'tilon Suits
Men's Imiwrted lisle thread rndershlrts and Drawers
Mi n's Import! d whlto lisle Undershirts and Dnwers.
Men's llplit nitnral wool Undershirts and Drawers
Mi n's fancy bird's-eye Iislo thread I'ndi rsblrts and
I into ill", values-special at
!5c L c
Mwi's 59c to 75c Underwear 35c
Men's tin colored Trench It ilbrijrsnn Under
shirts and Drawers. tanMitd with pearl
Men's .lersev rlbl eil blueand white I 'uder
shirls and Drawers, with silk flnSh Krtncli
Men's pi iln blue 1111 ilium weight Halbrlpgan
niili rshlrls and Drawers
Mi'ti's pink, blueand white lacewravehonej
eomb Undershlits and Drawers.
Men's light blue, lavnmlir -mil pink Ililbrlg
pan I'iiiIi rsblrts mil Dnwers,
.r''e to 7.V values spielalat
Men's 75c to $1 Underwear 50c.
Men's 1-thread Hulbriggan (Tmlerslitrts and
Mi n's blue and pink fancy air-cell Drawers.
Men's gt nulim N-ri veils bleached jeans Drawers
Men's eomlied 1'gvitiin varn Combination
Men's tan and blue Jersey ribbed Union Suits.
7.V toil f) values special at
Men's $1.50 to $2.50 Underwear 98c.
Men's silk and lisle thread Shirts and Drawers. In
light blue worth Jl-Vi per garment.
Men's high-grade silk and lisle Union Suits tan,
icru and lavender wortli5.tW
Mi n's Imported all-llm n niish Undershirts and
Drawers -worth ?J M per garment.
Men's itnportul pure white crepe do sante Under
shirts and Drawers worth S2.M garment.
C holi e of any In this sale
We want to forcibly Impress upon your minds that this lately Installed
department Is cutting quite a large figure as far as silk selling In St. Louis Is
concerned. The most desirable Silks of the season the kind that you want,
now are here for you to-morrow at much under regular price. Values like
these are forcing our Silk business to tlu front rank.
10 Pl-ces White Habutai Wash Silk 21 inches
Mond i), at Kim his, yard
45 Pieces All Silk French Foulards -24 inches wMe
In a Ilmltltss variety of spring and summer colorings
and ilisUns. tin re iV and 7,e values
Voiidav, at I'amoiis, choice per yard
12 Pieces Clack Guaranteed Taffeta the guarantee
woven hi ei rvyard. 11 ilii-hi-s wide: you'd think CC
tins ipialitv ci-ecdliigl ie isiiuable at 75c Jjft
Momla. at Tamous. ard ... .
735 yards Remnants of high-class fancy Taffeta Silks
lengths from :i tort v arils: it's a splendid opportunity to select
a lie ml If ill waist p litem at little cost CO
worth up toil nujaril Mond iy at JZfC
Famous cholie. pi r vanl .- '
50 pieces Corded Silks the washable ktnd
in stripes and check- the .TV quality -Monday
at 1'amons. per yard. . .. . .
8 pieces Black Peau de Cyjne 21 inches wiile war
r mteil all -Ilk cannot lie m-itched In
town under Jt i yard Mond iy D C
at ramous, per jard .
Six Reasons Why You Should Visit our Cloak Dept. Monday.
Ths sjx exceptional bargains quoted below arc deserving of your most weighty consideration. Each
is of sturdy, standard, dependable character selected with particular care from our immense stocks and
offered to you Monday at a decided saving.
They re garments that you need now so don't ($&$&
tarry, uui CUJ7IC cany.
$9, $10, $12 and $13.50
'lallor-Dad: Suits ,
79 Ladies' and Misses' Tailor Suits Eton and
Mouse shapes new ",0cls made of all-wool fancv
Homespun, Cheviots, flasket Weaves and Venetians-
coats are silk lined skirts full flounced
or ljoreil ncarlv-all si7es S9.S10, S12
and SIS 50 values Jlonday, choice for.
Ladies' Dress and Walking Skirts
front our recent great purchase what re
mains win oe groupen in one lot lor the
final sale to-morrow nianv handsome
stvles, this season's $7.50, SlOand S11.75
values until closed
out Monday you may
select at. ..." ..
Ladies' Shirt Waists "White lawns
with black polka dots black lawns with
white polka dots Chambrnys in all col
orswhite lawn with tucks and inser
tions sizes 32 to 44 g
81.10 values- ft P
Mondav at Uamous ... " J i
This VVnsh Salt.
, 71'J HUU 9U.tl
The -West End" Shirt Waist Suit
(like cut) is made of fine Lawns in neat
injures or polka dots black or blue
grounds with -vhite dot or white grounds
with neat fancy figured designs the
waist made in Gibson long dip style, front
pleats edged v. ith lace the skirt with
graduated ruffles edged with lace a
dressy and serviceable hot-
weather suit that is worth $G
Monday at Famous
New Wash Skirts Made of fine
quality Denim in castor, tan, blue and
gray with full graduated flounce well
made, perfect luting and graceltii Hang
ing all lengths
i luce n
Wash and Sateen Petticoats Made
of good materials in black, black and
white stripes and colors deep umbrella
flounces some with accordion flounces,
others with rows of ruffles M M
petticoats worth 75c, 95c and tfW(
fhe Muslin Vnderwear Dept.
You should have seen
the crowds that dally at
tended our Muslin Under
wear sates last week, and
how the bargains were
snapped up, almost as
fast as the garments were
placed on the counters.
This season's beautiful
styles, the clean finish
and fullness of the gar
garments seemed to make
an Instantaneous hit.
More grand saaps ready
to-morrow. Get yours.
Ladies' Muslin Corset Covers trimmed with cambric
ruffle around neck and sleeves low neck lO
worth 15c Monday at l-'amous 1UC
Ladies' Muslin Drawers trimmed with embroidery
and cluster of tucks some have deep urn- C
brella ruffle worth 39c Monday at Famous.. JC
Ladies Cambric or Lawn Skirt Chemise trimmed
with lace or embroidery 9Sc values
Monday at Famous
Ladles' Cambric or Nainsook Chemise Gowns trim
med with lace or embroidery iuscrtion fin- fitt
ished with edge to match, worth $1.10 Monday 0.C
Ladles' Huslln or Cambric Skirts flounce trimmed
with linen torchon or embroidery worth CIQ.
81.25 Monday at Famous ZOC
Ladies' Lawn and Percale Dressing Sacques fancy
figures and stripes sizes to 44 69c Afkn
values Monday at Famous TC
250 Children's Gingham Dresses in five pretty styles
trimmed with braid and lace sizes 1 to 4 " C
years 39c values Monday at Famous AjC
Children's White Lawn French Caps trimmed with
cluster of tucks and lace edge 29c values f C
Monday'at Famous IC
Summer Corsets C. B., long and short hips straight
front also some Batiste Girdle Corsets in ,!
blue, white or pink 59c values Monday C
A Lot of Soiled Corseta all sires worth 65c to 7Jo VI r,
Monday, to close out. choice for MjC
Grea.i Sa.le of Little Boys' Novelty Suits.
ind $7.00, JS.50 and S10
This sale is remarkable, inasmuch as it comprises the finest suits carried by Famous
the best suits made in America the products of the most artistic boys' tailors newest
ideas and exquisite designs in endless variety. For Monday we have gathered all the
broken lots of novcltv suits where there are from 2 to 6 of a kind $7.00, JS.50 and S10
values 212 in all, and it's a grand assortment of Sailor Suits,
ages 3 to 10 years: Norfolk Suits, ages 4 to 14 years; Russian
Blouse Suits, ages 2Vz to 6 years; Vestcc Suits, ages 3 to 10;
Novelty Belt Suits, ages 5 to 12 in fact, every style of Nov
elty Suit in the house Remember, thev are our choicest
$7.00, $8.50 and $10.00 lines Monday, until they're all gone.. ..
ScJe of Boys' Suspenders. Boys' Shirts Sizes 12 to Boys' Underwear M a d e Boys' Stockings-Sizes 6 to
14:. neck tncasure-Ver- of balbrizcan-s h i r t s Ju-iiicycic "u, iast oiac,
calcs, Cheviots and Ma
dras, in all the latest and
most stylish colors and
patterns the regular
50c kind Mon-
We hare just bought the entire sam
ple line of Roys' and Youths' Sus
penders from Louis Oppenheimer
& Co. of Philadelphia, Pa., at
about one third regular cost they
are good ones, too made lo sell
at 60c, 60c and 75c linen, lisle and
silk web Monday, at gn
Famous, choice, per pair
have short or long sleeves,
drawers ankle or knee
length these are worth
30c Monday we will sell
them, per garment
double heel'and toe regu
lar 25c values and the best
bargain of the season
Monday they go A
(Not more than 6 pairs
to a customer.)
Hosiery a.nd Vaderweatr.
A few special Items for Monday's selling.
Misses' and Children's All
Over Lace Hiue Fast black and
full seamless sizes StoBA
worth 15c to 19c. accord- IC
InR to size Monday only..''
Ladies' Imported Oauze Cot-
ton Hoie Hermdorf black also
Ladles' jilacK j.isio Ilosc all-
over lace effects
Monday at Famous
Children's and Mlsies Im
ported All-Orer Lace Hose
Hermsdorf black or tan broken
sizes worth 50c
Monday at )(
Ladles' Cream Colored Vests
low neck sleeveless- silk rib
bon at neck and arms Q
worth Ulc 1A
Monday at Famous.only
Ladles' Lisle Thread Pants
hlack. pink and blue
French yoke band cnt very
wide at kneo deep lace
always 50c bC
Monday at Famous.. "
Ladies' White Vests Low
neck no sleeves puro linen
torchon laco and silk rib
bon at neck and arms
Monday Bargains in That Busy Basement of Ours.
(s3 j '
Scrviceable Dinner Sets
new shapes underglazed
decorations worth A Afl
100-Piece Dinner Sets
flow blue underBlazcd deco
ration gold trimmed han
dlesworth Q CO
J12 CO-llonday O.JO
Water Pitchers 2 quart
size finp porcelain deco
rated and gold stippled
worth 50c 95,.
Cream Pitchers square
thape decorated and sold
trnced worth 111 .
20c Monday Iwt.
Wash Bowl and Pitchers
fine decorations gold
trimmed pilges f AQ
worth J2 Monday I0
Qlass Table .Sets fine im
itation cut fire polished
worth 75c Q
Glass Water Tumblers
plain or handed O
Monday, sis for
Perfection Glass Water
Bottles worth 1Q
Fancv (ilass Engraved
I'rult Dishes several
shapes S-inch Op
size Monday ..
Fancv Glass Pickle Dish
esdecorated sauce dishes,
salt and peppers worth 5a
7-piece Berry Sets good
Imitation cut glass 9l
per set. Monday A.
No. 8 Wash Boilers
heavy tin non
rimmed cove r
worth Jl 00- tft,.
Wood Wash Tubs
with Iron handles
2 hoops, wire band
tub rest worth
R00- J fO
with nickel plat
ed movable pins
worth J2 00 I -ic
made of hard
w ood, with heavy
zinc worth IC,.
15c Monday... "-
II immocks sizcof bed
91x72 Inches 12-Inch val
ance with pillow and
spreader worth fiC,
Hammock Chairs adjust
to different positions
wor'h Jl.flO- L C
Folding Lawn Settees
3H feet lone made of hard
wood neatly paint- Zflr
ed Monday, each suc.
Lawn Swings strongly
made wdl seat two person's
painted red a aa
Go-Carts rattan body
-prt'i-n enameled pear
ruiilicr tires pritty jiara
sol worth 7M C Q
and Ice Iloxes
made o t hard
brass hinges and
lock dark .oak
saTers 38-Inch size. C fir
41-Inch size. 7 C
43-Inch size, fi DC
made of one pieco
50-ft. sec- -Ift
tlon -Mon ."'
The Open-Door Policy
May be a good one, but la St. Louis It' the best
policy to make early
a rra a gc ui c a i a w s
r (. ... '
from Uugvllle. Fa
mous Is stacked with
a complete line of
Screen Doors and
Windows at lowest )
prices. Uuy ana put
then up before the
flies and Insects coma far tbelr summer's stay.
Screen Doors well made all sizes complete
with hinges and handle
Monday at Famous
Screen Doors fancy patterns 7-8 inch thick,
3H-inch stiles worth llO
Screen Doors 7-S-inch thick, 3-Inch stile
spindle center, with bracket corners worth 11.45
No. 14 Window Screens 24 inches high
cli sed 21 Inches, opens 30 lnchts
Window Screen Frames will make any size
frame up to 4scls -with iron corner bracket
Monday, per set
after a month's viIt with her daughter,
Mrs. B. I Fuller of Sarah avenue.
ST. I.OL1S roiNTV.
Misses Ada and Maud Strecker of EIUs
ville are visiting friends in Sullivan.
Franklin Countv. Mo.
Mrs. C. 11 Phelps of Maplewood is visit
ing relatives in Carthage. Mo
Sir. and Mrs .Fred Mancet of Ferguson
will spend the summer months In Michigan.
Miss Aiiella Schumacher, who has been
teaching the public school 'In Gumbo, has
returned to her home in Manchester. She
was given a farewell party In Gumbo last
Sunday night at the homo of Mr. and Sirs.
Koewlg. Present at the party were
Misses Sophie Fick. I.eona Staefen,
Nellie Essen. Sophie lioadie. Lena Schae
fer. Alvlna Kroenlng, I.lllle' Essen. Minnie
Henslc, Josl Hahr. and Leona Koevvlng,
and Messrs. Phil Staefen. George Hopp,
John Baver, Andrew Deacon. Charles
linofr Peter Staefeh - Frnnlr HnahH
Will Schaefer. Peter Kroenlng, Emll Poert
ner. Will and Edward Kroenlng and FteiT,
. vEnsTi:rt ghovbs.
'We have a magnificent collection of
Brooches in gold and silver, specially de
signed for grnduatlng gifts.' some of which,
are set with Jewels, at prices ranging fnan
52 to J1W Mermod &- Jaccard's. Uroad
w ay and Iocust.
The Heverend and Mrs. D. M. Skllling' re
turned from Charlotte. N. C. Wednesday.
Many Webster persons, attended the last
meeting for this season of the Kirkwood
,? ,. ,-vel:,nS t'1"0. a' Armors- Hall,
Jt!- "ehster was represented In the pro
gramme by the Reverend Charles I Kloss,
CuTtura"e a" "Udress on "Simplicity and
Willlim H. Ithodes spent Sunday at Co
lumbia with his son Edward, who Is attend
Ingthe School of Agriculture there.
YlaltiT Mills has recently passed his med
ical cvnmlnatloris. and graduated from the
Jarior.-feimms with high honors. He has
beta appointed surgeon for one year to the
Alevlan Brothers' Hospital.
'The Every Other Week Club met Tues
day with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ripley Mrs
It, A. Allen and tho Reverend C. L,. Kloss
weie the readers for the 'evening.
Mr. Nlel Xllsen Is at home, alter a year's
pastorate In a Mlchlgin town He will at
tend the summer school at Oberlln.
Tha graduating exercises of the Webster
High School will take place the evenlnir
of Mar 30. In Bristol Hall. evening
- Robert Stockbridge entertained a small
company lasi rriaay wun cards. mulc and
dancing. The music numbers were furnished
by Mlfs Hamilton of St. Louis, Miss Hael
Allen. and Mr. Burt McKinnie. Others pres
ent were: Misses Constance Mm,w tvv
Hitch of St. Louis, Frances Dawson Mrs'
.J. P. Dawson: Messrs. Valentine Johnson!
i-Tanic .-sicnois. james uawson. Hemostead
and Clifford Darby of St. Louii p
Mr. and Mra, C H. Clarke, with eight
former Yl ebsterlans-Messrs and Mnies
Frank Koweke. W. P. Hudson. Will Barrere
and George rslcolls-departed .Friday nlitlit
for Klns lake, to stay until Monday"
Mrs. L. P. Fuller of Chicago and her
daughter, Lilian, who have been-visltta
Mrs. Emma Strickland, left Webster for a
trip through the South. J
J ('. White and family have taken the
house at Old Orchard vacated by the Lin
coln Stcjrns's. for the, summer. Mrs.
Stearns and the children will spend the
.ibmrier in Hunker II II, III.
Mr. Ben Becker soon will move Into the
Captain I. Short and family have re
turned to St. Louis.
Old Orchard has become so popular, as
a summer home, that there aro no more
houses to be rented. Mr. Parsons Joy has
Just finished erecting several handsome res
idences on Oaknood avenue, but It Is said
that most of the them were sold before
they were completed
Mrs. A. G. Kale of Tuxedo Park gave a
large reception lat Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs William Dana Orcott of
Boston and Mr. George D. Sproule of Xew
York were the guests of Mrs. A. B. Sparks
part of the week, dividing their time be
tween her and Mr. Frank D. Thompson at
Mls Ruth Sparks will leave for New
York the last of June, where she will spend
a year in vocal study with Mr. George
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Slartln returned from
New Tork on Thursday.
The Century Club held its annual busi
ness meeting and election of officers Tues
day. The election resulted as follows: For
president. Miss Mj r.1 Skinner; for vice
president, Mrs. Edward King of Kirkwood;
for secretary and treasurer. Miss Cathe
rine SIddy. The subject of next year's
study will be "Victor Hugo; His Works,
Ills Time and His Contemporaries."
Mr. Guy McIIwaine. former editor of the
Webster Times, w.ih in Wibster Thursday.
He han located, recently. In St. Louis.
ills? Susie Dressc of Washington boule
vard spent last Sunday with the E. M.
Miss Fannie Richards of Chicago spent
Tuesday and Wednesday with her conslns,
the ChnrUs Browns.
Mrs. David L. Hajs of Fort Smith visited
Mrs. L. H. Blackburn this week.
A reception was given to the new min
ister of the Congregational Church. In the
chapel, Wednesday night.
Mrs. E. B. Nace Kitchen shower for
Miss Helen Dewers Brown. Wednesday aft
ernoon, was one of the most .complete en
tertainments of the season In the carrying
out of details appropriate to the occasion.
The shower was preliminary to Miss
Brown's marriage to Mr. Gaylord Bell, next
month. In honor of the-names. Brown and
Bell, the rooms were hung with. Innumer
able festoons of brown bells, cut out of
heavy paper, while larger bells were every
where In evidence. A parody on Poe's
Goem. "The Bells," was read,' and followed
y a procession of young ladles ringing
bells of all sizes. Mrs. W. J. Parker re
ceived a large kitchen spoon .as prize for
guessing the most of thirty' conundrums
pinned about the rooms. Teaspoons with
tiny bells attached were 'glven.to. each guest
us souvenirs, and the "brown" figured
largely In the Ices and cakes. Those present
were: Mows. It. S. Uler. C. A. Lewis. U
M. HartwMI. W. A. Steinn. W. t'orusline
Dyer; Misses Mjra and Helen Skinner,
Mildred Allen. Ruth Qruet. Mary ai.d Alice
Slaughter. Constance Moody. "Anne Brown,
Mary Bart, Marjory Da wson-i of : Webster.
and from St. Iouls, Mmes. George P. Fotue,
A. D. Grant. Benjamin Cunliff. Mlses Ella,
and Mabel Schureman. Mary Bruce, and
Miss rorrester of Kan"as City. Ths most
original gift In the collection was a kitchen
apron made by Miss Constance Moody. In
the shape of an Immensa bell, the bib and
pocket being also bells, with tiny brass
bells for clappers.
Mrs Charles A. Lewis gave an "engaged
girls' tea" Friday afternoon from 3 to 3. It
was a paper' tea, as well, all the house and
table decorations being of paper, even to
the- doylies and pond lilies at the serving
table, over which Misses Anne Brown and
Myra Skinner presided. Those receiving
with Mrs. Lewis were: Misses 'Helen De
wee Brown. Ruth Grutt. Patty Sparks
and Constance, Moody, all of whose engnge
ments have been recently announced.
MIks Sarah J. Mllllgan has cards nut for
a large reception In Bristol Hall the even
ing of May 27. IKs Bennett J. Bristol will
assist her In receiving.
Miss ,Carolvn A. Allen will give an organ
recital of selections from Wagner on tho
evening of May 29. In the Congregational
Church. Several of the best-known solos
from Wagner operas will be sung.
Mrs. a. M. Morton and Miss Olive N.
Morton of Effingham. 111., spent Friday and
Saturday with the N. D. Aliens.
D. t !. S-W. Kxrnrslnn
To Washington, Ind.. and Intermediate sta
tion and return, Sundav, Muy25. Jt.W nnd
less for round trip. Train will leave Union
Station at 8:08 a. in.. Instead of 8.24 a. m .
as heretofore. Ticket offices. Sixth nnd
n.. . ... .
uuvQ'anu union station.
LED0CH0WSKI IS BLIND.
Relatives Ketiirn to Kome to OS
SPECIAL BY CABLE.
Rome, May 17. Cardinal Ledochowskl, iff
Polish noble, one of the three survlviijy
Cardinals having received the purple from
the hands of Plo IX. has lost the sight Sf
both his eyes and several members and fjh
family have arrived hero to- remain wiji
the aged prelate for the rest of his da
The Cardinal Is' the head of the house-f
Ledochowskl.that bore the title of CoiitT:
before the Hohenznllerns were ever heard
The Witter Color Exhibit.
During the past two weeks there, has been
on view at the art galleries of McC'aughen
& Burr. No. 309 North Seventh street. wSU
Is probably the most meritorious collecttm
of water colors by American artists shoxn
in St.- Louis In some years. m-
The Interesting feature of the exhibit
that the pictures are of surprisingly modS
ate prlc- Those who have been In tSu
habit of associating the Idea of hlghprlCSs
with good painting In water color by t&
best American artists should see this cl
lectlon. The exhibition will continue A
morrow (Monday), which will be tha law
opportunltyto see tu , ,
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