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THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1902.
9 rosssi COMMENCING Wednesday, The Wabash Lino Will Inaugurate Through Sleeping-Car Service Betwoon ST. LOU IS AND Leaving St. Louis 8:30 P. M. Daily Arriving Boston 10:07 A. WJ. Second Day AND ON SUNDAY, JUNE f, Leaving St. Louis 9:00 A. M. Dally Arriving Boston 5:20P. M. Next Day Ticket Office JUNE WEDDINGS HAVE. BEEN ANNOUNCED. We have anticipated appropriate presents in a -well selected stock of Sterling- Silverware, Cut Glass and Handsome Clocks. 53355533 F. W. DROSTEN, - SEVENTH AND PINE STREETS. The display of Summer Goods as Burr's .annot fall to meet the fancy of the critical md economical buyer. The fabilcn this wanon are dellchtful In desisn. and no where are the offered In such assortment ik at Misouri's Greatest Storo. ST. I.OI IS MAX MAY GET HEMEF. r.iurt of CInlniK n renin me ml Thnt rnuere Vat Hill to TUat Cud. UE1TBUC SPECIAL. Washington. May II. The Court of Claims to-day recommended the passage rf the hill for the relief of Joseph W. "arlsh cf St Loui". who had a one-year Government contract during '.lie ."lvll Var to furnish Ice to different parts of the coun try, hut was afterwards ordered to sis i?nd th!rment. until further lnatnirt:on.s. This suspension was never wh illy re moved, and Mr. Parish, not beinp; aHe to llspoe of the ire which he rurehini-U at the GovET.ment's request, conseq'J'ntly sus tained severe flnancul lot-?, .ind. tnorefoic, asks the Government to relmourse him fnrrlirn m:il Substitutes). ItCrUBLIC SPECIAL. -V:isl:lnKton..May II The Postmaster Gen ital has this day appointed the fnl 'ovinp, carriers and substitutes at TVoll inctm. Kas.. and Maccn. Ho., to commence -ervlec on June 1. on which date the free ie.'verv service will be Inaugurated: Wellington. Kar.: Carriers-John P. JII1 iard. Dp Witt c. Dey and Herbert H. 'lurcham. Si bs'ltutes Emery Trekell and '"la'ence L. Haslett. Macon, Mo.. Carriers John H. Van Sickle. 'r.. Harry E. Miller and Uriel I. Wrifibt. Substitute Nicholas Hauler. Muntesauo Opening. This beautiful family resort will open ror th season Sunday. May IS. Montesano Is an Ideal t-riot for picnic parties, and Is ural to k dprec. Here Is found an abun ilance of shade, grass and fine spring wa ler. with evtrv convenience and comfort. besides many amusements. The popular j 'teamcr. city or i'roviaence, win mane two . xcursions every Sunday, leaving Olive treet at 93u a. m. and 2:S0 p. m.. running m schedule time at popular prices. Army t)rJer. RErURLIC SPECIAL. Washington. May IL Captains Henry C ' DavH and George F. Landers, Artlliery 'orps. are ordered to Mew York for tem itornry duty. Leave for four months Is granted Captain i Itobert J. Fleming. Tenth Cavalry- First ' Ueutenant William Roberts, assistant sur- :eon. now in this cltv on leave. Is ordered ' to the general hospital. Washington Bar- I ' racks, for treatment. The Have ranted Contract Surreon George Ncwlovt? Is extended one month. Captain lx:wl! H. Strother. Tv.entv-second Infantry. row on leave. Is ordered to Manila for duty tinder the direction of the Civil Governor f the Philippines. ! The leave granted Contract Surgeon J. M. i Kspln U extended one month. JACKSON. MO. Adolph Inenhoker fell from a mule he was riding. His foot caught In the harness and the animal dragged him to death. SPECIALTIES. ACTS AS EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR., GUARDIAN, CUR.AT0R., ASSIGNEE. RECEIVER.. TRUSTEE. Etc. DEATHS. COATr-S On Tuesday. May 3!. 1J0:. at 1:C0 a. m.. Catherine Coates. widow of the late Junes II. Coates. Funeral from residence. No. MS Watson road on TT-uraJay, May 2. it : p. m. CODT-On Tuesday, May M. JSnZ. John E. be loved son of Edward and Margaret B. Cody, aged Funeral will take place on Friday. May 23. at t-M a. m.. from family residence. No. 24S Ann s venue, to St, Kevln'a Church, thence to Calvary cemetery. EIIMKE On Wednesday. May a, 1902, at 6-15 p. m.. Itude Ehmke, aged Z ycats, sen of Emll and Augusta Ehmke. Funeral Friday, May JS. at 9 a. m. CAST On May SO. lsOi at 12 o'clock, sirs. Bertha Gatt. widow of the late Leopold Gast. aged aj ears. ' Funeral from residence of her daughter, Mrs. K. Van Hoefer. No. S408 Hall's Ferry road Fri day. Slay 23. at 10 a. ra.. to Bellefontalae Cem etery. GLASGOW On Wednesday May a. 150! at T a. m.. of heart failure. Nellie Miller, beloved wife of Allan C Glasgow. Funeral from residence. No. 4111 Washington boulevard, PrlJaj-, May 25, at 10 o'clock a. ra. Interment private. Please emit flowers. GREITEN-On Tuesday. May 20, M02. at a:l p. m., William J. Grelten. beloved son of Joseph hnd Una Grelten tnee Bolgard). aged 1 year K) months and 7 days. Funeral private, from residence. No. 122 Wal nut street, Thursday, at 2 p. ra. KELLT On Wednesday. May 31. 1902. at a. in.. Henry Spencer Kelly, the beloved husband of Mary Kelly (nee McCaffery). The funeral will take place from residence. No. 1414A North Orand avenue, on Thursday, May 12. at i-M p. ra.. to Calvary Cemetery. Friends Invited to attend. KXJ.N1C On Wednesday. Mar 2L 150J, at 1:15 -. Clarence Kllnk. beloved son of John B. j.nd Emilia Kllnk (nee Bruder). and our dear trctber. aged 16 years and 2 months. Funeral Friday. May 2s. at 2 p. m. from family residence. No. 1216 Dillon street, to St. Vincent's Church, thence to S3. Peter and Paul's Cemetery. 8ATTETS Ertered Into rest on Wednesday. May 21. 1W2. at 2:4) a. m.. after a lingering Ill ness. Philip p. Sutter, beloved husband of Mrs. Athllne Satter (nee Hob), dear father of Charlaa 1' William A,, Cleme-ie IV Margareth L-, Henry J.. Addle and Mrs. Clara Jones tnee Sat ter). In hla slxty-atth year. Funeral will take place Friday, May 22, at a. ra., from ,the family residence. No. 37S3 La Salle street. Interment at Pacific, Mo. Train leaves Tower Grove Station (St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad), at :45 a. ra. Frlenda ln- Ited to attend. STELTEMErER On Tuesday, May 20, 1902. at i C20 p. m. after a lingering Illness. Wra. Stelte- . ineier, peiovco xatner or jaa. ii Fred C. Hud V. and Jase K. Steltemeler. aged TO years. Funeral will uke pjace Friday, May 23. at 1:2) a. m., from the family residence. No. 2T22 Caro line rtreet. to St. Henry's Chnrcb, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Relatives and friends are la Wted to attend. 'FOLLOW THE PUS,' May 21, BOSTON. Eighth and Olive. Jer.neyvIIle Kotrs. . Fir partly destroyed the re-idencs of Sin. Mary Maley in Jerseyville yesterday. 1'rofessor N. A Grosjean. principal of the Grnrtun schools, was u visitor la Jerseyville esterday. The ladies cf the First Baptist Church at Jerseyville will jrlve a "Birthday Kensington" at the residence or Jlrs. William Christy In Old dtr.s U'.enue on Wednesday. Itay ZS. It. W. tituttrrmn. travellns freight and pas fienser agent for the C p. 4; St. i. Itallruad, was a visitor in Jers-eyvll'e v esterday. Tha mcrabrs of the jouap People's Society cf Christina Endeavor cf the rirst Presbyterian Church at Jerseyville will give an "illustrated magazine evening" In the church parlors on Thursday elenlny. ilay ZS. Yesterday was the last day of the Jersey-vill- schools for the present vear. The trradu fctinr exercises of the ilich School will lake place this evenlns In the Circuit Courtroom of the Jersey County Courthouse. Thirty-one pupils will receive diplomas, twenty-one In the regular course and ten In the shorthand department. Clarence Miner of St. Louts and Miss Stella Moore cf fidelity obtained il license to marry yesterdaj The neddtnc look place last evening at the hrime of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. l);UKlas Moore, near Fidelity Mr. and Mrs. Miner will make their home In St. Louis. Eugene Everts, secretary of the Mississippi Township Sunday-school Association, issued a call yesterday fcr the annual convention, which will Le held in the M E Oiuicti at East New liem on Sunday. Sunday-school workers from Jereeyvlll- and ether cities will be In attendance. Sheriff Cosmos Keller of Jerseyville left last evening with IYank prade or St. Louis fcr Pontlac Prade was sentenced to the Noithe n Illinois Elate liefonnatjry far an indeterminate hentence by Judce M Slatcn r. the Jersey County Court on the charge of obtaining money under false pretenses, l'rade attempted to re cover damar.es from the Oliicaco and Altcn ltail road at Jerseyville ft Injuries alleged to have teen received by a fall from a freight train en May 3. At that time he was going under the name of Hobs, but was identified by E. D. llaldeman of Kansas City, claim agent for the Port Arthur Route, as Prank l'rade of No. 2WS Lclede avenue. St Louis. llaldeman alleged that Prade had attempted tu secure money fram the Port Arthur Route by similar taet'es. Th memorial sermon before Blurord Tot of the Grand Army of the Republic at Plasa will be delivered In the Fl-st M. E. Church at that place en Sunday morning by tho Reverend Doctor Cal laway Nash of Jerseyville. Senator T. S. Chapman of Jerseyville left last evening for Chicago en an extended busi ness trip. A large barn was destroyed on the farm of Georgo V. oodruff. northeast of Jers-yvllle, yester day morning by being struck by lightning. A quantity cf hay was aiso destroed. SPECIAL KIltKWOOIJ SDnVICR VIA THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY. Commencing Mny 24, a train will be run every Snturday at 1:10 p. m. for KIrkwood, stopping nt all Intermediate points. Train No. IT will leave dally as usual at 4:10 p. m.. except Saturdays and Sundays. Pine 11 luffs Sew Theater. ItnPUBLIC SPECIAL. Pine Bluff. Ark.. May H. Senyard & Co. of Pine Bluff have Just leased for the com ing season the new Elks Theater, now In process of construction. The Theater will be ready for occupancy next October and will be the first substantial playhouse Plne Bluff has possessed since the theater owned by a local company was burned March E, 1S90. Aimrdril CIiU War llainncrea. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. -Washington. May 21. The Court of Claims to-day awarded J1.6C to Turner Vaughan of Wilson County, Tennessee, for property taken and destroyed by the Federal troops under the command of General Crittenden during the Civil War. The original claim called for J3.DS. BAHBERINE Hakes Eiair Grow sBtf.MQASHtOSv, i?UTnHAgD.,.s.gVe'CH,CA60j CHICAGO, Jan. CO. 1902. KnOKlton Danderlno Co.. Chicago, I1L, Dear Sin: Two of my girl frlendi and myself have beea uslne your Dandertne for several months. We all commenced using It about the same time, and we are seelne which of us can grow the longest balr. For a month we used it once a day, after that twice to three times a week. All of our hair It much thicker than It was, aud mine Is rally seventeen Inches loepcr. It seems the longer It gets the faster It grows. Are we nsing It to the very best advantage? Kindly answer at once. T tt aj -. Respectfully. JVZt, iIsVU Nearly Every Lady in the City of Chicago Uses Danderine, and If you will look at the wealth of luxtir. last and beautiful ban- exhibited In the aioy photograph you will see the reason for It. It Is the only remedy ever discovered that will make hair crow and stop It from falling ont (wo back that statement with fire thousand dollars). Chicago. SL Louts. Kansas City, New York and Boston dealers are now bujine It by the car load In order to supply the tremendous demmd. which la unbounded merit has created. Pretty snb tantlal proof of merit, la it not? Be sure you get the genuine, made only by the Knowlton Danderine Co, CAIcago. NOW at all druggists In three sizes, 25o 60. and 1.00 per bottle. ETRCaC to show how quickly Danderine arlaKlia acts. The Knowlton Danderine Ool. Chicago, will rend a large sample free by return mall to anyone who sends ns this advertisement with their name and addre asd 10c In silver or stamps to paypostafa. HsillaW WaWVMqPK Ml m EAST SIDE NEWS. i SHURTLEFF COLLEGE j DIAM JUBILEE ! I'ropramnip for Commencement Week l!e;iiiniii.r June 1, Is Announced. I President Stanley A. McKay of Shurtleff ' College, Upper Alton, has announced part , of the progrumme for the commencement week at that institution. In which time the ; diamond jubilee or the college will be cele j brcted. The week's festivities will lesin ! on Sunday. June 1. with the baccalaureate j f ermon by I'resldent McKay in the morning ! In the First Baptist Church in College ave I nue. They will close Thursday evening. ' June E, with the annual letee to the stu dents at the homo of President McKay In i Leverett avenue. I The diamond-Jubilee exercises will take place on Wednesday on the college campus. ine principal auurcss will be cieiivcreu uy former Governor 1). IL Francis of St Louis, The Reverend Doctor A. K. DeBlois, pastor of the First Baptist Church at Elgin. 111., and formerly president of Shurtleff, will preside at tho exercises and Introduce Gov- r.,rt-i.-r. -pk ,.. . - .:,r." . i. "" i.ta. me ouuruea v.uut:ge nui- ni Association is making a special effort to nave as many as possible of the graduates and former students of the Institution In attendance. A movement vsas started yis terday to have the members of the Shurt leff Alumni Association of Chieaco attend ine exercises In a body. It is probable that a special tram win ue chartered to bring the Chicago graduates to the Jubilee, should the association come in a bedv. The active members of the Chicago association number iiuuui iticuij. ana tne associate members, composed of residents of Chicago who for merly attended Shurtleff. number twice that numDcr. ine worn of arranging for the at- lenuancc ui me i. auulu, ui witiiBu. Among the eventc of commencement week I 'I-rmv .! -T al.f vwu ui: uu uuuicps vn ouncay evening ne- lore the Illinois Hiptlst Education Society on "Higher Education and Civilization" by the Iteverend William L. Slott. LL. D.. president of Franklin College of Franklin, Monday evening the graduating exercises of the School of Music mill be given under the direction of I'rofressor TV. D. Arm strong. Tuesday morning at 10 the annual meet ing of the Board of Trustees will be held at the college. Tuesday afternoon the annual reunion of the Alpha Zeta and the Sigma I'hl Literary societies will be held, the for mer on the college campus, and the latter on the lawn at the residence of Doctor E. Marsh in Seminary street. The Kendrlck memorial exercises will be held Tuesday evening In the First Baptist Church. In memory of the late Doctor A. A. ivencricK. wnosc death occurred suddenly ripril ine service win ne in charge of Francis T. Parker of Chicago, who will also deliver an address rn "Doctor Ken drlck as a Teacher and Man." Among the other addresses of the evening will be one by the Reverend Doctor w W Bovd, panor of the S-cond Baptist Church in St. Louis, who will speak on "Doctor Kendrick as a Minister and Scholar." Mrs. Mary IC Dodge of Upper Alton will also read a me morial poem composed for the occasion. On Wednesday evening, following the ju bilee exercises In the afternoon, the mem bers of the senior class will deliver their orations in the First Baptist Church. Thurs day morning at s'l the graduating excr-cir-es will take place In the First Baptist Church. Frecedlng the conferring of de grees and the address to the graduating class by President McKay, the principal auuress oi me occasion will be delivered by President Augustus H. Strong of the P.ochester Theolonlcal Seminary, at Roches- j ter. X. Y.. who will speak on "Higher Edu cation and Optimism." i At 1 the annunl banquet of the Alumni Association will be given in Fierson Gvm naalum. and at S the students' levee will be held at the home of President McKay. GEHMAJf METHODIST COXFEIinXCE. ! Mlnlater of the Ilellrvlllr District Hr B;ln AnnnnI Sraiona. : The annual conference of the ministers of the Belleville District of the German Meth odist Church began yesterday at the Ger man Methodist Church in Alton. The ses sions were presided over by the Reverend , F. L. Mahle of Belleville. J After a short devotional service the con ference was opened by the presentation of three papers. "Advantages and Disad-aii-taEes of a Revival," by the Reverend Theo dore F. Brink of Altamont. 111.: "Does tho Pulpit Lose In Power?" bv the Reverend E. i G. Hlldestein of Ellis Grove, 111.; "The Call to the Ministry and Its Duration." bv the Reverend W. F. Sipfle of Mascoutah, 111. A sermon was delivered last evening to tho conference by the Reverend Emll Hempke of Jokomls. III. i nicago students was yes- t, j. ;". ..." " r; :. . ."'""; . terday delegated to Doctor Myron W. ' Macafie. "will 'mutate a el .. icf tw?ntv satur Haynes. president of the Board of Trustees . day night at Lovlnsto Hall. m 0atU Of the college, and the Reverend Ilnftn- J. I -n,. ..... . ... . . ".,.. Following the. two days' conference of the i where he frightened n number of persons ministers the officers of the Epworth , by d!srohln2 in tho church there and'ap League and of tho district will hold a con- , pearing at the windows. Meade was em ference lasting two days. : ployed In St. Louis by a tent and awning ALTOX COUPLE MARRIED IX DEXVER alias Genrpia McAilams Becomes tho Wife of Frank A. Clifford. Miss Georgia IcAdams of Alton was mar ried at Denver. Colo., last evening to Frank A. Clifford of that city. The bride is the daughter of Mtf. Anna E. McAdams of Alton, and the bridegroom is the son of Mra. Helen M. Clifford, also of Alton. Ho Is connected with the Chicago. Rock Island and Pacific Railway at Denver, and was unable to leave his work, so the ceremony was arranged to take place In the Western city. The bride, accompanied by her brother, John D. McAdams, editor of the Alton Re publican, and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Scott, de parted for Denver on Tuesday afternoon, arriving there last evening a few hours lie fore tho ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford will be nt home at No. 123 West Ninth avenue, Denver. Alton Xotes and Pergonals. Nevrs of the death of Mrs. Edward Clark of Colnate. I. T., v.as received at Upper Alton yes terday. Mr. Clark was the daughter of J. M. Gearing of Upper Alton. Doctor G. K. Wilkinson of Alton has gene to Quincy III., to attend the annual meeting of the Illinois State Surgeons' Association. The Reverend P. D. McKenra. pastor of the Cherry Street Baptist Mission at Alton, has gone to Indianapolis, Ind. Members of Robin Hood Camp. No 12.". of the Modern Woodmen of America, and nf Marcuer-' Ite camp. No 500. of the Royal Neighbors, at Alton, v. Ill s-lve a joint excursion on the Spread Eagle to Grafton Wednesday evening, June IB. Captain P. J. Melllng of North Altrn left yesterday for an extended tour of the East. Mr and Mrs-. E. Ii Babbitt of Altcn have rone to Rome. N. T.. for an extended visit. EAST ST. LOUIS. WARD PRIMARIES HELD. Democrats Select Delegates to the City Convention. Democratic primaries were held In the various wards of East St. Louis last even ing for the selection of delegates to attend the City Convention in the East St. Louis City Hall Saturday night. At this con vention delegates will be selected to attend the County Convention at Belleville next week. The primaries last night were well at tended and perfect harmonv prevailed. The speakers were enthusiastically cheered and predicted a complete victory for tho Demo cratic ticket this fall. IVIXD ASD THCXDERSTORJI. Belleville Telephone Line. IJnmuceil nud TVhcat Sujferei. The storm In Bast St. Louis yesterday at noon caused a drop in the temperature. No rain fell In East St. Louis until late In the afternoon. This was only a slight shower In Belleville a severe thunderstorm put the Klnloch Telephone Exchange out of order for a short while. Lightning struck the spire of the First M. E. Church, but was carried safely Into the ground by a lightning rod. " rfl?.er? ".vlne betwen Belleville and East St. Louis report that wheat was dam- Tenm.ler Crashed to Death. ,.FnJSievertns- years old. a coal wagon driver, was caught between two trains on the leve front. East St, Louis, yes terday afternoon and was crushed to death. His body was taken to the Benner-Brlehler undertaking establishment, where an in! quest will be held this morning. He ws married and lived at No. 173) North Twelfth Will Change the Gana-e. Beginning this morning the service nn , Mississippi Valley branch of thl las? Louis and Suburban Electric Rail way will be discontinued for two days, durin- which time the guage of the road will be chafed to conform with the gauge on the other parts of the system. e otner Accnued of Theft. Edward Durand was arrested by Srs;ent Coonev in East St. Louis yesterday after rorn while selling saws In a hardv.are store. H.' If wanted In Jerseyville, where he is charge i v.ith steoi.ng n. horse and buggy on Mav 19. The r.g was" re overed in East St. Ixiui". Durand is a tailor. I1LKS CLl II IIII.L.IAIU) TOril.NUV Mainline of tin Iliite. (rontestnutv Standing of contestants in the East SL Iouis Elks' Club billiard tourney yesterday was: Played Won. Lost. ret. Spencer Ellsworth....... 7 M. 21. Stephens 1 Dan Sullivan 1 W. J. Carney 2 Doctor J L. Wiggins 1 D. II. Morrell S Charli Cashel 14 A. G. Sclileuter IS II. D. Sexton 4 C. Reeb 3 It. L Carter 3 Prank O'Nell 14 Wm. Mease Z L. ti Smith Hi E. Brockmyer 2 1". J. Sieger l'l U J Holland : J. J. Faulkner ,... 8 Thomas- J Healy 7 f. r Ilrlgham 10 L. Ujfsmenue 5 i ! A Clem I I bharie'. Miuef""H";L"."."".' 3 .3.1 .234 334 .m .2"rt .177 .OH 00,1 .(Vli) .nno .m niO .00) fti iveecnier 6 i foctor Goodejchann a I c.r'jaan ' ! K. fi. CoddlnKton'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.".".''l2 . -. Wa,T l ! t ' t -.S,".!?!!!. : 20 1 0 0 i ;.. ,"ltt," ,ionn jirurv 2 t, ' k. i". iin'i. a t 0 0 "i Jnrv W. E. Trautman.X!!I!!!m.lI.'!! 3 Eui M. I.uuIn Itctiin. -juiiu Ileeber. 17 years old of No. 4 St. iuls avenue, tiled at St. Marys Hospital j-ts- , "'- Wllltnm Campbell was arrested on a charge , ?,'rt'.'a""f: tw0 tacks of com from cars oa the Illinois I'entral tracks. ..r,V"lu'"11 rorrtn.-e of No. HIS North Sercn-1 str.-t was rtabl.ed in the back while ouarr"llnc ..TT.A.r1Y! rneet'ng rf the (ju ens 0aii;ht"s P. Jti .'" t J I-niorrov.- alternocn at the noma -iwj i-uitt iianu.iu ot .o. ui unio nenue. . ... " " - na-.urai causes at the lnquist on the body of ""ore Sett-rer. who died on a Suburban car - -"j- c.ru5. Alls. A. I. TJItl will .nl.K-il. .1. . lrF of the nicelior fTinh Tdi.., aftnn,- at her hoi.ie on North Ninth strtt-t. r."T?5re- J- w- rP wl" emeitain the Woman's Guild of the Eplsropal Church this afternoon. Tho I'lre Department was called t.ut yes terday on account of a small blaze in th turdlng-house of Mrs. D.-kert on St Louis avenue. The St Clair County Teachers' Associate will hold Ita third annual picnic at 1'riester' I'ark June 7. BELLEVILLE. I'etlt Jururs, Suiunioncd. The list of citizens who have been sum moned to rerve on the petit Jury In the St. Clair County Circuit Court for the two we-ks beginning next Monday are: East St. Illllu L ltr17. Inhn Rirjftv CZ u"ik, .. a. anjoer. Hellpvill. Trfint- TIiIca ! Mascoutah Edward Zinlc. Oliver Belble, Ed Lautncr. John Yarber. I"rank Alberle. Smlthton Frank Benedict. Sylvester Four- i nle. John Becker. j Centerville Station Herman Brockmann. i Abraham Flewv. , Lenzburg William Breltweizer, Fritz Waelz. j New Athens John Vielweber. Georgo O'Fallon Charles Bolbach. Kngelmann John P. Fucsscr. Fayettevllle Henrj- MIddendorf. William Lnux, Jacob Schuster Frt-eburg Daniel Baltz. John H. Batdorf. Prairie du Long Fred Gasser. Sugar Loaf Joseph Eucen. SUtes-Charles Rankins. Circuit Cimrt Cnitea. Cases set for trial in the Circuit Court at Belleville to-day arc: Chancery John Sumnlcht et al. vs. Christian Suommcht et ni. : hill to et aside will. Law Hamilton Iirown Shoe Company s. es tate of Michael Tracey: appeal. St Lnul" Shce Company s same arpal J'Jnsonhaler Shoe Ccmpsny vs. same; up;a'l. u R. Ushr Shoe Company vs. same; appeal. Harriet Williams vs. crown Coal and Tow Company; ca-e J. W. Groves vs. J. M. and Nettle Bartholo mew, assumes!!. J. L, Wl-fflns vs. Daniel Abraamsfcy: as sumpsit Chancers Cora Bel! Abbott vs. George B. Ab bott, ulvorce. Iujnrlrn Proved Fntnl. John MeKiernan, the miner who was in jured by the explosion of a can of powder he was carrying. dld at St. Elizabeth's Hospital. Belleville, early yesterday morn ings The accident occurred at the Hlppard mine a week ago. The caue of the explo sion is not known. MeKiernan was 51 years old end leaves a widow and nine children. Monde's Sanity Qnentloned. William Meaoe of St. Louis is in jail at Belleville pending an Inquiry Into his san- ! ity. He was hroucbt from Fren.-h vin'nix. bUU..Ull J . Ilellevillr Note. i The 115.000 damage suit of Ti. J. 1VW cralnst the city of Belleville was continued yesterday to the next term of court. Charles H. Thompson of r.mlan.1. Ore.. Is the ftuest of his brother. Cyrus TJionipjon. The funeral of the late Douglas Bakfr toMc Flare yesterday, from the resld-nto to Walnut 1111 Cemetery. Misses laura Wnelk. Marie B-jlneke. Doctor It. D. Woetk and Rectnald Ilelnzeimann. chap eroned by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woeld. have re-turr-ed from a visit to Mammoth Cave in Monro I County. 31rs. A. W. Itojrequet, Mrs. L. "Ware and Ml Rojrtquet have returned from a visit In St. Louis. Miss Dora Frlck. wife or Peter Friek. died at the family residence In South GoH etrt- The men employed at the plant of th Sucker State Drill Company made a demand for more tv ages. Th ruplls of the Briar Hill School will have a picnio May SO. FOR KIRICWOOD AND INTERMEDIATE POINTS. The Missouri Pacific Railway will run a train every Saturday at 1:40 p. m.. Com mencing Mav 21. Regular 4:10 p. m. train will run dally as usual, except Saturdays and Sundays. Visitors In TVnshlnirton. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Washington. May :i. Mr.W. Ktinc of Car tcrv.lle. Mo., and George II. Ruddy of Kan sas City, prominent business men. arc vis iting Washington on their way home from New York. Edward A. Fau3t of St. Louis, son-in-law of Adolphus Busch. Is In Washington on a pleasure trip. He paid his reflects to Rep resentatives Bartholdt and Joy to-day. Colonel J. L. Clem, who is stationed at Fort Sam Houston. Tex.. Is in the cits-. Colonel Clem is seeking an appointment for his son to the Military Academy at West Point. f" Takes Precedence In all ths best Hotsls. Clubs, Cafes and ths buffets of private families in America Hunter Baltimore takes precedence for Age, Purity, Raver, Qcalily. It la the fs.vorite frem excellence and the prefer ence is fixed. cat in ncHOtos, st. Lonis. so. t- n rmantfu fftlVa-iVO'rvCWa&'6ay! Wl J&fr MADE IN Twelve kinds. A ten SOLD BY I gim'fTSd Miff - mk&-jp 1.WJ 9 1,11 pi t."-"1 A t .lltS - :iS; $ W i fWfMM XI. A -r Sr . f .6)i i .; k 20) , 9 .M K .j a 4JI ' i .4M ' V in 'To c jc Kv'?yTii'ryPVftw''iV9.''.''Q' .othe L2SSOS ZJCO"a'S,T, S'DE?., t. XiOTIls. 66v 1br onlr Ios:1t Cn"C for Liquor 3rlDiJai:f 2Ioriklne nnU other - v cotlc ire Xlnrr. Xeorrvnthcnl. Tobacco and CXsurekte mlUlctSoa. a rnirrKBPotncrT: i.d iosslltatios copiDr.riiL. Mi. IB Xj-A lta- " for TobariHt TURKISH BATI I Km DRESS'flS, OVtlS DAILY S TO Invigorates the Brain. fe? HDP .lur'M -, i.unmm.1. k i. ! y i 7.v - fe.r X nn.iinu r' v. - v ii as n ;, .d l J OHLfllUi. J3 Contains Fund Elements ultab!e to nental U orke-s. Trade supplied bv AI)A-M ItOTII GKOCEItV CO. ?- &A AkAth to New York STOP-OVER AT YA3KIHGT0H, VIA SUMMER RESORTS. Ohisago isaoh Hotel. Ten ml nut en from hart of city; no dirt end dut; situated on boulevard and lake, at LUt c treet boulevard, fhlcajzo fcend for Illustrated booklet. THE ISLAND, LAKE lVINN'CBAGO. WIS. TxcMlcnt co:tagf (former prnato and -prai d.nlnhat. open June 24. Individual or families arcornmo'litt?d for week or searon. Golf tirhtn?, trailing:, tcnni swlmminc. tc. Children vc.it everywhere Secure cuttajre rooms early Can tr.rlve tlm dtv vou leae M Louis Fcr Illus trated boolr, addicts The Inland Co., OshWosn.Wls. ADI&ONDACKS. ST. IininilT'S IN?. AMI COTTAGES, Keen HelRhts. Eecex Co.. X. T. Finst resort in the mountains. Accommodates 200 1.500 feet abne sea level. Magnificent rll mate. icenerv and drive?. Golf tennis, caplno, orchestra, bowling, hllllards, huntlnc. fl?hln. boating. Address Edwin H. Ie, IrcDri-.cr, Manager "The llinreton Inn, IMnceton. N J. w York representative, Itobert II. Wrlplit, Hotel Manhattan Fountain Spring House WAUKESHA, WIS. Th- Ideal FUmmer resort hotel of "Wisconsin. Ex cellent Culine fauperlor Service New Gr'H Jtooms. Newly Equipped Bathing Establishment ouj-erb Orchestra A 1! Outdoor riports. Famous MealtU-Cjhin? Hineral Springe. J. C WALKER, MANAGER. LO!SG SRANCK. WEST END HOTEL AND COTTAGES Situated on bluff facing ocean. COTT-AflES OI'i:X SATURDA-J. JUNE Tth. IIOTKL OPCNS THUltSDAV. JCNBEth. New York Office. Ill Ilroady (Itoom Ti. W. E. IIILUIIBTII. llgr. THE IVSETTAWAS KINGSVILLE, ONTARIO. On the north ehora of Inke Brie; an hour's ride from Detroit, the most beautiful summer i bnrt on the great lakep; nine-hole polf links, bsithlnc. bcatlnc. fishing delightful drive", etc, and no mosquito?s; superior accommodations; many improvements popular prices. Open about June 15. For pirtlculars address the proprietor, V P. Heyvr. Hotel Stc. Clatrc, Detroit. Mich. GREEN3RIEKWHITESULPHVRSPR1NGS WEST VIIIGINIA. (The "OLD WHITE" Sulphur), open June 15 Famous for it sulphur baths. Modem Improve ments, with private baths. Orchestra of 15 pieces. Terms. XI to 520 week. 5J0 to 33J Der month. Write for illustrated bocklt. Address until Jups 1. HAKIUNGTON" MILLS. Manager, the Grafton. Washintton. u. C. "T T-y-.r- j rr r ri r r s NEW OCEAN nOusE, SWAMPSCOTT, MASS. Allen Ainslle. Edward R Grabow, proprietors. WILL OI'EX JVTiU 34TII. Greatly Enl r?ed Torty Private Baths. All the Latest Improvements Everything New. liookleta.Rer.ublic Durcan. SCHOOLS. Boarding and Day School for Girls. 303 West 106th Streot. adjoining Riverside Drive, New York ha.val ichoci Somcthtnc neft- fu. iour uij-3 ucd.tlon. xi4i s.u.jy. xiu. euy. Ko.endld uu ir(unii to inae li up bacKward slu-. u les or prepare fcr fi tutjcBc. Atiernooa flevoted to dsllgrit ful sports on th lake. Kvnlnsrs tn social pleasures. SMght week' ses sion June 26th to Aiwnst Mth. Vnd-r management of th famous Culver 2IIH- rie for ratilosui cnrri! m-ci; UTIl SrjMll. fnlrrr Hi. fci UU Sufn'.irWr. felEKR Fust EuMiwiivmm&i?ii&.imteym ItMS m n o fs a if p Op 6& Us WWb' M H 3 Daily Trams. H TICKET OI FICE5; I S3 Sixth and OLvc and Union. Station. j g-fi8i A Summer I i Hifl 1 &i'tlQ.sS3i3 WMfBft-f - ,.,,,,, KILL KBSf IB Merely another name for practice. In soup Tiaking an adept palate is' required. You must not only use the best materials, but know just how to put them to gether. Our Chef knows. 1a COLORADO. cent can makes a quart DEALERS. T1VXS , Xi5-"lc-irtTi "cl ZanAKer. rorabl. - 'lh. 2i.i4Il 1W. P 'W&'K3 oiBEilIhi W- fr IISiySffELY m LADIES. HAHtGUniHG AND SHAPOOINS. ' (I. SIXIIAYS S TO 13. sty mmm. OFFICE OF REGISTER. CITY HALL, St. Louis. May 12. 1902. Pursuant to the requirements, of the Char ter and Ordinances of the City of St. Louis, sealed bids will be received at this office until 12 o'clock non, and opened FRIDAY .MAY 23, 1902. Trom publishers of newspapers la the City of St. Louis having an uniform daily cir culation of over three thousand (3.000) copies, for the city printing for one year, one published In the English language and one In the German language. Said bids must propose to do the printing and advertising required by law and ordinances to be done In the newspapers. Including Uullanphy Relief Tund, Collector's office, at an uniform price per line. The printing must conform to the fol lowing, viz: Size, character nnd name of type, non rareil: minimum lancth of line, twentv- i six (2$) cms; minimum width of column. thirteen (U) ems pica; character of the measurement to be employed, nonpareil. The papers published in the English language bidding snail also state In their bid at what cost and price per page thev will print two hundred (200) copies of proceedings of the Municipal Assembly, cs may be published In such paper, in pamphlet form (no blank pages to be counted) and deliver same within two days after each meeting to each House of the Municipal Assembly; also, at what prict per page they will print and deliver one hundred (1Cii copies of the proceed liiEs of the Roard of Public Improve ments, as may be published In the "news paper. In pamphlet form (no blank page;, to be counted); also, what price per page they will print and deliver fifteen hun dred (1,000) copies of tho ordinances a may be published In the newspaper, of an uniform size suitable for binding in the I customary form (no blank pages to be counted), the foregoing pamphlet work to I conform In all respects to samples on f:c and t0 bs seen by hldders in ,hl of- Bldders will be required to deposit with the City Treasurer the sum of live hun dred dollarm (JMO). ana attach the Treas urer's receipt to each bid; also, an affi davit that the dally circulation of the paper is three thousand (3.000) copies or more. N'o bid will b? considered In which there shall be an erasure or Interlineation. All bids must bt Indorsed "Proposals for City Printing." Bids tvill be opened at the office of tho City Register. The City Register reserves the right to reject any or all bids. A bond of ten thousand dollars (J10.000) will be rrqulred for the faithful perform ance of the contract. The English paper receiving the con tract will be required to furnish one hun dred (100) copies of the daily paper and twenty (20) slips of each advertisement mode by the Register free of charge to , said Register; also, twenty-four (21) slips of each advertisement made by the Com- , mlssioner of Supplies free of charge to said Commissioner. The German paper receiving the con- I tract will be reaulred to furnish slrtv rail copies of the daily paper free of charge to the Register. P. R. FITZGIRBON. Register. SEALED PROPOSALS Tor the construction of a main buildins for th School of .Mine" at Rolls, Mo., will li- rcetrd ny the Chairman of th Executlv- Commlttfe, Dr. John D. Vlnrll, ;io .Fine st.. fH. Iuls. Mo., en or before noon. June 7 132. Plans, specifica tions and Instruction may be seen at office of Hr. Vlncil- Kr. Loul. of Director of Pi-hool at liolla. crnl of Van Brunt i Howe, architects. ICinsas City. WIlMAJir ROUES. H. J. ntEKNEITH. rr;am.. ?. i hi.i'.mt ir tip JlISSOMRI SiTATi: MUTLAL FIRK ASP MARINE HVSl'RA.CE COMPACT. Ofhce. .u. 71? cue.iaui s'.. su Luii Mo. Tel. bll AUln 27I1A. TJ. KinlDch, A lea. FcUcUs sr. written uu either .tuck or mutuai olM DI!KCTORS: SeTu1I',r,rM"c'L J- n- c- Lucaa M It Ortfcweln. d. D. WUr Auaustus Ned.-ltrhut. j.,. w. MtU. CT7H; lAi.li.RH'JgJ.k.HlJ.UJ,LMA 11 foraiyiietav! ! a tHLL HAVANA TILLER 9 1 111 I 1 H i BBS i s i M&IM HlPl wzffflk 1 A BsV7aTrf9 E yr 1 gfcfiM i .aiiuu. j n" v 'jCwQaKwiV J7ji I'ffm&.i-'PtTiiSLU 1 1 j TLORODORA'BANDS ere 1 1 1 of same value as tags from fj I j 'star: 'horse shoe: i f 'SPEARHEAD: STANDARD rVAWfi I 'OLD PEACH & HONEY" . and O. T.' Tobacco. I AUCTIONEERS. A. A. SELKIRK CO., Auction and Storage Fernlar Mle everr Saturday at warehouse anil reneral offices ISCj-ts-12 rhouteau ave. Sales la residences a sr-clalty. Phone Klnloch C 1JI. WESTERN SALVAGE " WREGKING fiGEUCY- Fomtwl flans. Manaje- 714 and Til Washlni-tOB ave. Auction sales it salvtc merchandise, watch fur specie) notfes A A BEUCinK. Auctioned AMUSEMENTS. DEL1V3AR GARDEN. THE MOST BEAUTim. PFM.MKIS ItESOPT IX THE WEST Band Concerts Afternoon and Evening. Scinic Railway, Old Mill Wheel, Steeplechase. All cvr Attntctloun uu MiilTra". The Delmar Cottage Restaurant rirst-class cullne and ser-lce everj'thlaR m f-eason th lst tbai the- market affords Pre- Iiared bv nn. nf Ih hfst ehrf. In 5 l.ntll Ujicra Grafton (liirnn unilay, Jiinclstt with TIIU ItLACIv IIlS.SAIt. TAKE ANY CAR LIKE. JK & i- Continuous Vaudeville. I-ast Week Ending Next Sunday Nlgh- Homer Lind & Co A O. Duncan. 'The mackblrds-t James II .ullen Wm. Jerom- Mlll. Lenore & St i lair Eil ward M. Favor as Elilh Sinclair M -tlnetti & Suih-rlanl. a r'trorg A: Catsdy. Mir hell Jc Love American Hi grain Ja-230c Orchestra Chairs Ut.scr-.eii. 63c HAVLIS'S. SUNDAY NIGHT. IJeiefit Tteasbrer John II. Klemlnjr and Adver tNtng Agent Wm. J. Counlban. Entire local p'o rramm Vaudeville, puck and Wins Uan-l-s. I.oxli b, Uas FunchinK, Mana?T Garen in Th ManasrE W'oeh. ' iicii eale naw open. SSPE EDUCATED ANiMfiL snd LILLiPUTi&r. SHOWS. HANDLA.N'5 PARK, Ornnd & Laclede. Every afternoon at 2 o'clock. Every eveninc at !. ADMISSION fbnTy?: CbM"a Vx- """' lUEHlSEOKFOlLT. THi) FROLICS WiLT. COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. Present- A fl DCCVk BlUlH in; flLi SSlCC f fiO LLSqiICO. Xxt Attractlcn-ITTOPlAy BCRLESQIIEnS. "BSI HIGHLANDS! THE BIG PLACE OX THE HIU.. IAUCC I nnORCTT And Flrsi- wninLU vi wuiiuitl I Class Vaudeville. GOME AHD LOOP THE LOOP" AdmlFl5n to Ground? tr-e. Admission to I'a Tllion. 25c and l?c. Reerved Seats, 60c odeonT 'gjjysa ROYAL ITALIAN BAND. GIUSEPPE CREATORS. Conductor. Prices 5c inq tOc Seats at Bollman'a. EXCURSION 40ctoSf.25 EFF1KGH1M and infermedial: points. SUNDAY MAY 25th . VIA VANDALIA LINE. Trnln leave Union Station T.4S A. M. Ticket ofilces 7th anil Olive and Un ion Station. THE SUBURBAN GARDEN OPENS NEXT SUNDAY. NATIONAL LEAGUE Baseball LEAGUE PARK ST. LOUIS vs. BOSTON. Game Starts at 3:30 P. M. SIX HIGH-GLASS RACES AT Fair Grounds EACH DAY, Comemncing at 2:30 P. M. Admission, Including Grand Stand, $1.00, ST. LOUIS FAIR ASSOCIATION. HOTELS. HOTEL EMPIRE.. BR01D1HT JUD 6?I STREET. JEVT TORS nTl-. ...ABSObUTELY FIREPROOF... KATES MOIlEItATK. Excrllrnt CnlMln.- .Mudprn Kfllclrnt Srrvlre Ilxclaxlrr IilxlenMlvc I.ibrnry Accvimlhlt?4 Orchestrnl Concerts Every Evening: All Car Pass the Empire. From Grand Central station take cars marked Broadway and 7th are. Seven minutes to Empire. On crnsslne any nf the ferries. Uke the 3tft Avenue Elevated Itallway to Mth St.. from wblca It Is one minute' walk to hotel. Send for descriptive Ilocklet. W. JOHN'SOX QUIJtX. rroprletor. Do You Ever stop to consider the present efficiency of the TELEGRAPH SERVICE compared with what it 9 was before the-POSTAL' ' ft entered the field? ' Ektabllnhcd 411 Yenn. CLEAKIHS, DYEIHG AND REPAIRING Salt Clruned In Five Ilonra. Unit Dyed. ........ ,fS.OO Salt Cbrralcnlly Cleaned.... 2.00 Salt ."troro Cleaned 1.00 Salt Spouted and Preaxed... '.7S Pnnta Stenni or Chemically -, Cleaned ....... ....... jl& Klnloch lOCS-It. AV. SCRm.En. N. SUth St between Market and Cbntnotjil ijvwm wmm.c iur ..mi Uf 1 1 vereH. , -.. "iSs-zzSZs Jtaflt-Vii.-.a?--; $Afi?- " yj'-t:. 9ft- "'.'Vi "i-"iie.-tjS vy-igifeir?s?vrf?b.-i wS-,,,