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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, WA.Y 31, 1902.
A. Mr. JS iGogdeeough I I for anybody! I tll Havana Filler 1 TLORODORA' BANDS are of same value as tags from 'star: 'horse shoe: U SFtAXiltAU. dIANUAKUNAVr. fj "OLD PEACH & HON Er I and 7. T." Tobacco. WMBaBSES'3WCTr."?daBS The display of Summer Goods at Harr's lannot fall to meet tho fancy of the critical and economical buer. The fnbrlci this reason are delightful In design, and no where are they offered In cuch assortment as at Missouri'" Greatest qtore. POTTS MEETS THE EMPEROR. Presentation Informally Made in Castle Courtyard. Berlin, Maj 20. Lieutenant Commander Templln M. Potts, U. S. N who Is to suc ceed Commander William II. Beehlcr, o.i naval attache of the United State3 here October I, was presented to Kmperor Wil liam to-day In the courtyard of the castle. Lieutenant Commander I'otts. who b In uniform, was directed to wait until hi Majesty returned from the frprinu parade of the Berlin and Potsdam garrisond, o.i the Tempelhof field, and then, after the ceremony of "trooping the colors." Captain Von Gramme presented the Lieutenant Commander to the Emperor, who was on horseback. With the Lieutenant Commander mnndinfr bj'. the side of his horse, Kmpcror William and tho naval ofucer conversed tr f.bcut ten minutes, his .Majesty quenioiiini the future naval attache Tilth creat rapidity ns to where he was born, had u ever bsen in Germany before, and where h. had terved, ellcltlptr almost a complete autobi ography of the naval officer. The Emperor finally tald he was sled Lieutenant Com mander Potts had com to Berlin, and thus closed an Inform! audience. The DINING CAKS. In which meals are terved a la carte, and the Pullman sleeping cars now beluc operated between St. Loula and Texas via the 1HON MOUNTAIN KOUTa are lishtcd by electricity and cooled by electric fans. Concert at Tower Grove Park. Sunday, June 1, beginning at 3 o'clock, the follovvinf- prosTair.me will be given by Seymour's First lieulment Band at Tower Grove Park: Grand March From Tannhauser Wa-rner Overture La Oazza Ladra. ...... .Roalni Characteristic March (a) Dreamy lilt J (ce) Larepo (b) Morceau, licarta and Flu.Yers Tobanl Barn Dance The Darkles Weddlsff Chambers Solo for Cornet Faclllta. Doctor Ilartmau Mr. Henry Erlinsor. Gems From rioroda Leslie Stuart (Including "Under tho Shaae cf the Palms" and the popular exteu) Overture Koenlc Mluaa ElUnbers Waltz The llertram Minor lork (A popular St. Loula Compcser.) Scenes From 11 Trovotore Verdi Conclualr.sr v,ith "Aniil (.'Bonis... Entro Act Caprlclousness KolllnEon Medley Of Latest Popular Sonus. Wltmark Galop The Elks' Carnival Sesslngliaua Finale Star-Spangled Banner.. Francis fccott Key DEATHS. DAVISSOX-Oa rriday. May 30, 1S02. at a. m., Karali 12 .Davlsson. beloved dauirhter of V. T. and Elizabeth Datlssoa (nee Larimer), an I sister of la lor, Harry C. Cheater, Edna and ZeoDailsson. Funeral fivm family residence. No. 311 Ncoann street, on Eundaj, June 1. at 3 p. m. Friends of the family incited to attend. Geneva, Nth., and Davenport, la., papers please copy, FEURY Suddenly, May 20, 18C2, at 8:40 p. ra nt Cardonas. Mellco, Hugh M, I'trn-. formerly t Ft. Iouls, beloved oa of Ida M. and tho lata Chas. 1 Furry, ajed li cars and 8 niontaa. Indianapolis, lad., papers please copy. KENNETT On Friday morning. May 30, 1903. Kenneth Wilson Kcnnett, sou of Acnes and lh late Luther M. Kennctt. aged U jtars. Funeral from tho family re!denc. No. SE07 Lucas avenue, on Sunday, June 1. at half-past 3 o'clock p. m. Interment private. Itlends aro re quested not to send tlowcrs. KKOTt On Thursday. Mar 3. 1S03. at 8 o'clock p. ra.. Mrs. Mary A. Kerr. The funeral will take place Saturday, May 31, at 2 o'clock p. m.. from the residence of her datiEhtcr, Mrs. Katherlne B Sumner, No. ssu Cleveland avenue, to St, Marsarst's Cliurcb, thence tu Calvary Cemetery. Funeral private. LKW1TZ Enttrcd Into rest on Friday. May 30. 190J, at 2:30 o'clock p. m.. Caroline Lwltz (nee Itashacen). relict of the late William Drehcr and Henry Lewltz and dear mother of Mrs. Rachel Mann. William Dreher. Mrs. Mary WelnbeiR, Henry. Emma and Herman Lewltz. after a lin gering; Illness, at the ase of 64 sears. The funeral v 111 take place on Sunday. June 1. at 2 o'clock p. m., from family residence. No. 2405 Ncrth rralrle avenue, to the Bethanla Cemetery. Friends are Invited to attenl. Deceased was a momber of Philippine Lodge, No. 706, K. & L of II. LINK May S, 1903, In Denver, Colo.. Herman Theodore, tecond son of Theo. C. and Anna Carey Link, in his twenty-third ear. notice of funeral later. MURPHY The remalDS cf the lata IVHIIam Murphy, beloved husband of Mary Murphy -(nee "uj;, "I11" .Calvary Cemetery on Sunday. June 1. . hi z o-cicck i. m.. ana macea in nis GarcoDUazus vault, located in section 17, near Florissant cale. Members of Putnam Lodire. No. 3T). A. O. TL W.: Columbia Lodje, No. 230, K. of P., and local union International Brotherhood of Elec trical Workers' Union, and all friends of the family are invited to attend. Take Belief ontaine car. NOBLB Entered into re-t on PrMav. May S3, 1602, at 7:J5 a m.. Rose Noble inte Wallt). ba lovtd wife of Frederick Noble and mother of Mrs. Mary F. Ccfterata, Louis and Frank Noble. Funeral will take place from late residence. No. 1007 North Twenty-third ftreet, on Sunday. June 1. at 2 d. m.. to Italian Cathollo Church, then to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are respectfully Invited. . OWBN-On Thursday night. May i, 1S03, at 13 o'clcck, at G-alvcston, Tex., after a brief illness Oby E., belov.d son of O. . Owen. Due notice of funeral will ba given. SAUNDERS On Thursday morning. May M, 1M2. Mary St. Clair Jones Saunders, widow or th late Thomas Peyton Saunders, Funeral from Christ Church Cathedral on Sat--to-day. May 31, at 10 a. m. . Cincinnati CO.), Washington CD. G) and Kan V Ma City papers pleat copy. . 8HAt7GHNESSY-On Friday. May 30. 3902, at T30 a. rn., Thomas Shaughnessy, beloved eon of ra late Margaret Garvey, brother of Margaret fdllary Shaughnessy. The funeral will take place Sunday. June L at USD o'clock p. m.. from funeral rooms of Cullen Kelley, No. !m C"ass avenue, to St. Patrick's t,Caurcii, thence to Calvary Cemetery. i,." Friends are invited to attend. JTHB HINDERERS," by Edna LyaO,. is an English protest in fic tion against the sin of the South African war, and its typical characters and incidents are marshaled with considerable political effectiveness. Other important pubi3 cations o? the week. Gossip of authors and the work they are doinl Hew books received. The voice of English protest against the unrighteous British war to subjugate tho Boers of South Africa is lifted in Miss Edna Lyall's most recent novel, "The Hlnder ers" (Longmans. Green & Co., New York and London), which I among tho notablo publications of tho current week. This noto of protest, indeed. Is Bounded eo strongly, so tdncercly, and with so much of genuine English patriotism of the higher and truer quali'y in its strain, as to war rant exceptional attention for Miss Lyall's new book. Tho work may ba Lest consid ered, perhaps. In Its political aspect, rather than as a contribution to fiction. Those of its readers wlu are ignorant of the fact of a strong undercurrent of British senti ment condemning the South African war must inevitably be amazed by tho Kgnin canco of its revelations. "Tho Hinderers' is an impassioned indictment of the Jingo party In England as betrayers of thlr country Into the hand3 of evil men the "hinderers" of Ureat Britain's progress In true greatness alons humanitarian lines. lteadfrs who remember that the author of "Donovan" is distinguished in these days of cheap cynicism for an unusual moral earnestness and loyalty to old-fashioned standards of good will ba quick to believe that the antltvar party Li England has se cured a valuable ally in Miss Lyall or Miss Bayly, to give this writer her real name. When they havo read "The Hinder ers" they v. ill also be apt to realize the plain truth that the worser element of Eng lish political life has been in tho ascenden cy of lata years, and that England is pay ing a bitter price for the surrender of her Government to such guidance. Tho blood thirstlners and cruelty of latter-day im perialism ara denounced with passionate In tensity by tho author of "The Hinderters." It. must be confessed that, from the po litical lewpoint, M.sa Bayly has marshaled her arguments, otherwise her characters and Incidents, with considerable effective ness. Phe employs, as the incarnate types of British imperialism, a German Jew whose wealth lias given him a foothold in English society and who stands for tho greedy mine-owning class which precipi tated the Boer war. and an EnrlWi multi mllllonaira speculator and promoter whose one idea is to usa the power of England for the advancement of his inoneymakinz schemes. Behind these two figures the mar shals a degraded English society, gambling men and "fast" women, whose highest Idea is wealth, and whoso aspiration is for un worthy things. Against these typical folk Miss Bayly presents the Englishmen of to-day who are bravo enough and patriotic enough to op pose the South African war and who strive to lead their country back to Its nobler Eelf. This class is finely personified In the char acter of Sir Christopher Hope, a bravo English public man who has devotedly ac- 9 i ' I DAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS, WhOfe first hit, "The Great God Success," K now followed by another, "Her Serene Highness." cepted reproach and contumely as the prlco of his allegiance to the better traditions of his country, and In that of Sir George d St. Croix, a venerablo British diplomat who deplores the war, who believes that Queen Victoria's heart was broken by Its trage dies, and who hlmseJf dies upon tecaivins the announcement of the Queen's ;!teous death. Behind these two figures the author arrays a proud English following the sin cere men and women who confess the sin of the South African war and tro not ashamed to make public effort to lead their country to a renunciation of the s'.n. As may be imagined, all other interests In tho novel arc more or les3 subordinated to this overpowering political influence. Never theless, there la an unusual love story In "The Hinderers" and a heroine of much magnetism, Irene da St. Croix, a lovablo English girl of an admirable, type. The ro mance of her wooing by Sir Christopher Hope Is well told, and in the happy ending of tho slory one has a glimpse of the fact that earnest English men and women yet count wltn proud confidence on an English repudiation of the evil teachings and ma lign leadership that are responsible for the costliest and most sinful war in tho history of civilization. Other Tieir Hooks. There are lives and Ilve3 of Xapoleon. The study of this great man presents a work of never-ending interest. Charles Josselyn is the author of a "dictionary of events" in Napoleon's life in which anecdotes and opinion Incident to himself, and his times are given. The volume Is replete with those features of the man's career which appeal to the curious as well as the thoughtful. Somo ono has said that Napoleon's life con tains the material for a hundred ordinary novels. Mr. Josselyn'a treatment of tho multiplied incidents In his llfo is of the sort to fascinate every reader. The book is published by R. H. nu3scll. New YorK, who has expended his usual care in making the volume typographically excellent. The il lustrations are particularly good. A collection of the sonnets of Shakes peare is published In pocket form by John Lane, New York. These sonnets will prob ably remain tho standard for all time, and every lover of the beautiful delights In their perfections. "Animal Forms," a second book of zo ology, is published by tho Appletons. David Starr Jordan, president of Leland Stanford Junior University, and Harold Heath, pro fessor in the university, are the authors. The volume is designed for beginners in zo- Techincal terms aro avoided as m1,h ,,, ,, ,,, ,,.. ,,,,. , .-.-.-, m.u uu' " - terestlng. Thero have been many defenses of Judas Iscariot, Aaron Dwight Baldwin, a lay man, has undertaken to present "The Gos pel of Judas Iscariot" In a book under that title. In a historical novel filled with ex citing Incident, the course of the betrayer is followed to a most dramatic close. The author's explanation of the betrayal Is different from that eet up by Thomas De Qulncy, W. W. Btory and others. Jamieson, Higgins Company, publishers' The latest addition to Applcton's Town and Country Library is "A Welsh Witch," by Allen Ralne. perhaps one of the best de lineators of Welsh character. The novel Is of the sort to hold the attention of the reader. It la good summer reading, not strenuous, but of the satisfying kind which goes well with a vacation. "Bylow Hill," by George W. Cable, is published by the Scribners after a run in the magazine. The story Is a good study of Jealousy and as Mr. Cable's first attempt to' depict Eastern society is interesting to those who havo followed his literary career. As a novel, the story leaves much to be de sired, yet the author's ability Is such that ; It cannot be called a failure. It Is not given to many whose life has i ' yfV 'S - 3PlJ'jILPttS JjTT' T. pff tCJ 1 1 1 i ' TJBSSim fmimmm&immwsBss. AArtON IMVIGHT BAXDWTN. Author of "Tho Gospel of Jj2 a lcariot. been epent in goort work3 to way "it is fin ished." Herbiirt Spujncer's long- list of not,-i-bls works has been broticht to a clo w.h the publication of "Facts and Oomrcets" by the Appleuxsa. In tie short pref-ice Mr. Spencer stxtea tkat tlrj) is his laa. took. The volume is the conn.laajn of stmL pi pers nhich ho hi3 wrjfen v.hi'e prMiar.n? other books. Every student of Spenier real izes that these so-called, fjj-ends of tti'.u.-l t must be a rie delight. He discu'xsea evt-r-thlug fiom music to patriotism, fvciu.. i -, vaccination and what ihould"the sia-pt.c t'y to tlio believer? Literary Ttntcs. It is rumored that its rad ending is the cause of the cemivratlvo slacknc-so of s l- of a nruch-fcoomed current ntncl. Wh-h.-r the bad erarilng is "artistic" or others J,o, the public aa a rule ices not ISke it, and is prone to ster clear of the autior v.ro cul tivates the Ixiblt. When "Vlllium. Black was writing "MJcap Violet." ho -was bes-t vath letters, says Sir Wniys- Keld In his biog raphy of thajioveHat (Harper's, urging and begging him to end the novel happily. Ono letter read: "Oh, surely, tho J-9: number of JIacmillan was a mistake! I do wish jou wcold ivrlto another ceding or let me read the one you had originally written eo that I rcK.y be quite B-:re ttrat my per sistent conitctiou la a truo ona, that James Drununond and Violet are still alive and are living happily ever after. Of all char acters In fiction none have ev-r seemed so real to me as yours." Then Blank went to the pains of publishing a lengtuy dei.nsa o occasional bad endings. The telenhono has a new terror for au thors, llr. Hem-" Edward KootJ, author of HarT.ick." which the Harpers have Jast published, was "called up" the other oay by an unknown feminine reader of his took, who inquired if he was r&ijronisr.ble for "HardTdcke," to which Mr. Seed plead guilty. "Well, when did you live In 7" said tho voice ever the wire. "Never." re plied Mr. Ilood, promptly. -What! Never lived in ?" came the rtastfical artsrrer. "That's very strange, as yoJve. described our church row to a T, and. even our min ister. Why, everjldy has xeeogntzed htm! And you Bay jeu never lived in ? Humph! Very strange! I don't believo jou. Good-bye." MUs Mary Johnston, whose "Audrey" has captivated a critical portion of the pub lic unconquered by "To Have and To Hold," has the shyness fostered by years of inva lidism and seclusion at th torrnatlTe period of her life. She eludes all efforts to draw . her trsonallv before tbo puMlc Bie:ed by Inquiries from periodicals, her publishers asked Miss Johnston to give thra some facta concerning her life. Her responses were naive and injlmate, but accompanied bv the dellciously faminlno. Injunction: "But please don't lt the papers gat hold of any of these things 1" A new edition has Jurt ben called for of Mr. Philander Den-ting's "Adirondack Sto ries," to which the author has contributed a characteristic preface. It is nearly thirty yeara since the Atlantic began to pjbllsh these sketches of the Adirondack wilder ness. Discerning readers Instantly recog nized the Individuality and sugge-stlvencss of Mr. Dealing's work, ami thouxh his au dience has never been a notably l-ge one,, there aro many critics who believe that his short stories are cot only among the best that this country has produced, but that they have had a marked Influence upon tho development of American short-story writ ing. Mr. Dentins is still living In Albany, at the age of 73. Louis Pasteur le tho subject of a fine biographical sketch by Ida M. Tarbell in T..n Tnmiir'n ThA work nf this rrrtsat .. ,.-, k nr.irctnnrl onli- in relation io ,i. iif.. -, nn v,tir brief Eprount tlwn . . . ' . . . iil .,. "j i this has oecn given iu insitju icauoa ui the great scientist who counted his work rood onlv as It might aid In the alieviAtlot of human suffering and redound to tho glory of Franco. Tho mister- surrounding "John Graham," the author of "The Great God Success," nas been solved, and it is now known that he Is David Graham Phillips, a well-known Nw York newspaper man, who recently gavo up active Journalistic work for litera ture. After he was graduated from Prince ton he went on the Sun as a reporter, and rose rapidly through the various stag;s of general writer and London correspondent until ho became the second leader-writer on the World and practically the assistant editor. He is an indefatigable worker, and Ills methods ar peculiar. He usually starts in at half-past 10 at night and keeps it up until 5 or C in tho morning. When he was in London he was Instru mental in securing tho famous "beat" on the sinking of the Victoria by the Camper down. Although there had been many ru rnors of the disaster, no one had any real knowledge Mr. Phillips went to the tele graph olfice and sent a message to the op erator in the nearest Algerian port, asking him to send on an account of tho catastro phe. He had no expectation that he would be successful in getting a reply; but a New England missionary happened to be in thj Algerian telegraph office when the mes sage came. With characteristic energy tfcl-s missionary borrowed money enough to snd an account of the disaster himself, and f-o Phillips got the exclusive news of the calamity. The story was cabled bad: from New York to London, and was hardiy credlted for several days. Mr. Phillips ha3 Just published "Her Se rene Highness," and has a third novel al ready completed, which Is promised for thu autumn. The "Mississippi Bubble" is to-day the best selling book in New York and Chicago. "Children of the Nations" (McClure, Phil lips & Co.) has been promptly translated into German by the eminent historian. Pro fessor Woker of the Bern University. It is nnV.lBhed hv the Bnrlln hmi5.- of rtim- if t t -nrh -ntlrnr a nurv nf th t.n'i. I is worth noting aa a mark of the keen In terest taken cow by Germans la matters beyond tho seas, that this work of Poult- noy Blgelow, which deals mainly, with tho author's personal experience in different col onies, should have been received as author itative by Germans, In spite of the fact that the author finds little to praise In the system which he saw in vogue at Kiao Chow, Germany's latest acquisition In the far .East Mr. Blgelow Is now a permanent resident of New York, and proposes to devote a small section of each year in giving lec tures on themes cf national Interest. "The Late Returning" is the title of a novel by a new English writer, Margery Williams. The vividness of the story is unusual. It gives as it were a series of sharp and Intense pictures of a revolution in a South American State. The rearlor- i thrown Into the middle of things and made . .1. hiT,liTr.V.i 6r "LU mauo . to see for himself without any Introduction BS3in!13!S!inS.GD!DSfi!!il a r?2F7viVq7MS; J WT '- "r3rhfl 1 Ssfti mA I on the part of the author. The characters include a bright American newspaper re porter, his chief, an Amorlcan Consul, and his wife, the President of the country, bold, crafty, cruel: the leader of the insurgents, and finally the one girl of the book, Vanda, a daughter of the people. In the power of the President. The story turns upon the love of thi3 girl for the leader of the in surgents and her desertion of the President. It 13 a clever and brilliant story, written wall unusual skill. Mi-a Jano Addara's book on the work o tin vnsitj settlements, "Democracy and So i ul Etlii' s," has very promptly run Into iU s ur i ouition, as might hao been eipect nl Thcro id hardly a town of any impor tance containing districts of poor people . nU poverty-stricken fureijners which does not contain suverU groups of mui and wo men battling with the dithcultiej which be set cur mjro helpless cUssex. Among theoo workers and aij all other persons who bin given any serious thought to aocial problems, Mls3 Addam'a book has foand prompt reading, the Is easily the leader In this movement. The Forum Publishing Company an nounces thut, beginning with tho July num ber The Porum will be published quarterly, instead of monthly, as heretofore. Tho gen eral character of the magazine will be the same, and its high standard will be main tainel, but its purposes will be more spe cifically those of a review and outlook. It is believed that by publishing quarterly a review of the world's events In every Held, as well o3 to tomo extent an outlook based on tho conditions presented, the essential features can be fully covered. Xciv Uooki llecetveil. The f l'ow ng books kae been s-ent to- The Itej'Ublit. tor review this week "The True N.ril.ion" A cvclopedla of events In. l 3 life liy v. aeries Jossetjn. K. IL Russell. w York Or. "he o in. s of bbakeEpeare." John Lane. New York C ty. HENRY WALLACE PHILLIPS,, Author of "IteS Saunders," McClure, Phil lips Company. "FaWei of the Elite" Bv D.rothy Dlr. R. F. Jfesno Co.. New York City. Jl. "XL. Couraa-e cf CXmvi-rJon." A Novel. By T. R. Sullivan. Charles Scriba-r Bens. New York City. Jl.J). "B7loir Hill " By Genrre VT. Cable. Charles Ecribm-'i Bans. New York City. JL!. "A WIsh Witch." A Nevel. By Allen Ralna. D AnpLtoa A Co., Maw York City. SI. "Th. Goc-Ml of Judas lecarlot." l!y Aaron Dukit Baldsrin. Jaml-son-IUgglns Co.. CM- C8CO. Jl Vi. "Animal Forms." A Second Beek of Zc-olos-y. By Dsvld s. Jordan and narold Heath. D. App'wcn a Co.. New Y.rfc City. "The UtnJrs." By Edna Li-ail. Longmans, Green Co.. N.w York. "My wife says that nothing equals a good j old-fashioned Buttermilk and Soda Biscuit, I and that the best soda she can bur Is ! LAYTO."S QUICK brand, which retails at riVD CENTS THE POUND, made only by LAYTON PURE FOOD CO." FATHER LOHG'S FOUR-DAY FETE llammoth Festival at Delraur Track Other Parish 2sews. Tho Reverend John S. Lone;, pastor of All Salnts's Church, Maple and Irma ave nues, has arranged a grand summer festival and euchre, to last four dajs, at the Delmar race track. Delmar and Melville avenues, oppotJte Delmar Garden, beginning June IS and closing Sunday, June 22. The privileges include the use of the pavilion and grand stand. On the evenlnrr of Thurdav. thA nntnir day, a scenic display of views of the World's I Fair, prepared by th architects, will bo a "Grand Scenla Riven- .Friday eveninj . -lour el lrei.rw will be dlipl our ef Ireland" will be displayed in a ininrn hv tho n.v.r.nt Tirnt.,. -r.,. j of St. Patrick's Church. At 2 p. m. Satur- day there will be a "Children's Festival of song ana at 3 p. m. a euchre. At S p. m. there will be a mammoth euchre. Tho principal prizes are a gentleman's gold watch and a lady's gold ftatch. Sunday evening an illustrated lecture will be glvn by Dootor P. D Connolly, en titled "The Cathedra-s of Eurone .' Thurs- I day and Friday evenings the programme will close with a dance. The members of St. John's Church will give a lawn euchre on the grounds of what was formerly St. Mary's Asylum. Fifteenth street and Clark avenue. June IS. The Young Men's Institute will give a river excursion on the steamer City of Providence. June 7. The leat will lave the foot of Ollvo street at t p. m. and re turn about 11 p. m. The Y. M. I. Glee C'ut and thr St. Louis Versatile Club will render a programme. Archbishop Kaln will adminster con firmation next Sunday at 1 p. m. at SL Patrick's Church. Bidale and Sixth streets. The Reverend M. Schnetderhahn. who has returned from the South, has been asMgncJ to duty at the Church of St. Rose of Lima, Silver Lake. Mo. The annual school picnic of St. Mary's Tarlah. Alton. III., will bo held Thursday, June 13, at McPike' Island, opposite Alton. The Alton Catholic Club will give Its an nua! picnic July A at Rock Springs. AS dres3s tvIII be delivered by the Reverend trancis Dovle of Anniston, Ala., and the Reverend William Heffernn of tho Church of St. John the Baptist, Areola, III. Tht parishioners of St. Patrick's Church will give a reunion picnic at the Fair Grounds. July 4. J. J. O'Connor will have charge of the athletic programme. Noted ainietes will compete lor valuable prizes. Tho Reverend Peter J. Byrne of St. Law rence O'TooIe's Church will depart next Sunday on a visit to his former home In Countv Cavan, Reland. The Reverend Father Murphy, pastor of the Catholic Church at Granite City. Rl., proposes to organize a council of the Knights of Father Mathew in his parish. ih members of the ushers Society of St.. . Francis Xavler's Church wn; take an outlnr to-day at Creve Coeur Lake, usln; a vraconetta to convey tho party to and from the lake. The Reverend Fathers Henry Bronsjeest, 3. J., and T. F. Brown, 6. J., are of the party. A concert for the benefit of tho Cathollo Church at Fersuson. Ala. will bo given June S. S p. m., at Tiffin Hall, Ferguson. Weddlae Itinsra (Solid Gold). Finest qualities. Si to J20. Mermod & Jao card', BroaJgay and Locust, Killed by Live Wire. Waco, Tex., May 20.John H. Fisher, aged 60 years, was instantly killed near his home in this city this moraine by comlns In contact frith a live wire charred with perhaps 2.000 volts of electricity. Deceased came to Waco recently from Weimer, Colo rado County, makinr extensive investments here. He leaves a wife and one son. sulphosen relieves ail stomach nnd bow troubles. Write for booklet. 1S24 Wilva at . vj JL. " I i 11.11 1 ! I ii .1 luiiiasm liwT-i-wijifSi riVKi"?s5'i'3Rsi?SSlS; 6 .' & . ' m a "THE COOL NORTHERN ROUTE" - - AMD ppp? ipmb flMffB yuw &3t,tiU3&ai THROUGH SLEEPING CAR Leaves St. Louis G:30 P. Nl. Dally Arrives Boston 10:07 A. f1. Second Day : Additional Service On and After SUNDAY, JUME Jst, Leaving St. Louis StOO A. Nl. Dally Arrivlns Boston 5:20 P, Nl. Noxt Day Ticket Office Eighth and Olive. ?- you 3T a carrlaIs from ci, irtu get ths profits tast ordiurlly go to the Jobber aaddMitr. That means two profits saved in mur cases the cost of a carriage is reduced thirty per cent Our system of Selling' Carriages from Factory f direct to customers is savin? Wfrfrtr burs all ovsrtne country. v i -. . . . ,. . . ". i. lurvckL in las worm nersiTCft ." -. .... j ,viM b..v.i.. ,, t.iv a. wuv i. b.,lVUV iienour surrie. paastont, samjs aad otatralgh ' -;ii?graU vaalcles. Also girts whelasala prices on . iraess, roses asasii TnKcoi.rviBCscAM.BtAor.AiTi'ei.-rncn- ??, ip Ci.nlASHi.J f-KMl.7 li?y -....- . Ki2.:---JSi- II esters (. I BepMllry, . the -CiSOfS ZjOOTIST J3tT ;. TjQirla. pplalf TMsealy PftkltlToCvre rr Llnar rlaklsis;, stlarvsiisi anl -stherXar- "i-Crv' cotle hrusCiItir, iri.tl. XaTttsee and Clcratta4tUetlens. (Wire UERirrsissfci its (siiclhtisi cainurnii. :-o:zn.. .x. :sl Tax, vx-p-ran. x7Ts&-s-Mioirkam iutu -sIamhe!. IlA-flft Trf ktneat for T.hr,ro sad cartitl..li. LmsI aad Uas AUtsac tolsM. Udcil US. SCHOOLS. . maw rs&&Mzfy A Summer itaval School EonMrtWtts; arw fcjr yettr boys 'aosUo-s. iUlf ttu4y, Bait PUJ-. JliCCsdld porptcity w taatts i of cp t. m-mrtf ittfilei ar-r-are lor - Ua Altat-iecnj a- jwtl n tas ius. &r3BjES t sial 34fet wseis' tKi. Jtotj r) to i 7&. UBCer a r&fvU: i- .UMiy. Bl- -tc by fratots ef tr. s. . iil5i Write for -i4Jti7. cruirta. CTlVSa sraaER 5ll RJOOL CcItt, lnd. a tati airlxtutn It is an appetiztn-j, delicious beveracc, a food also, and while ; it has the agreeable odor of cof fee it Has No Harmful Effects Health is ruined by the use of coffee it is especially hurffnl to children yet tlicniasds of younp children are feed oa bread atwl eonee. Fe-sd thera Kneipp Malt Coffee, and preserve their health, iour f-Tocr has it or frill ret it. Fol- ea Iotv lirecnons, anu doh it. Cs; FAMILY EXCURSION Sunday, June i To Meramec ana Gasconade Itiier fihlrff r-sorts 2U$alle, St. Clair. 3u.lian. IUu.tsa. Leaburir. Cuba. frUelilllf-. Boiz, Coki. Salem. St. James, Holla, Arllncton, ev burs and Jerome. HOUND TRIP RATES, 75c to $1.50. TRAIN I.UAVliS f:w a. m, Returalnir. ar-rh-fs 10 p, m. Stops both waja at Tower Gro TlUKETS-CIfhth and OII etreet. Tower Groo aud Union Station. ST. LOUIS COUNTY PARAGRAPHS. The committees uxxoiiitetl by Urou ster Post, No. 213. G. A. It., to decorate the era-, os of dead comrades, will do so SJnday. Most of them are farmers and did not have time to leavo their tvorlc yesterday. The liret aaaial picnic ot Clayton Lodce, No. 12, Royal Crusaders of the World, v.-lll bo held June 23 in Soengerbund Fark In Clayton. The next rczular leacbrrs' exuml cation la Clajton v. Ill take place June 27 and iS. School Commissioner Andrae has announced that he will renew tho licenses of tho-.e teachers i".ho took, the examination last June, without further examination th's jcar, provided they tr presented tefora they expire. The "Wellston Improvement Associa tion has found a way to set St. Louis water to sprinkle the streets of Wellston, dc-.plte the refusal of the city authorities to allow them to take water from a tiro plut on Boston avenue. Emll Berns, a saloonkeeper, has had a water meter put In his place and water Is taken from it. The peopla of Welliton say the dust was be cornin; intolerable. The Republican County Central Com mittee will meet in Clayton next Monday. UnnanaJly Loir Rates To Michigan resorts for the season of 1302 via the Vandalia-rennsylvariia through alieplng-car line. Just absut half fare. Ad dress or call on C. C. Curtice, City Passen ger Agent, Seventh and Olive, Ensra-fcment Annonnced. -REPOBLIC SPECIAL. Pine Bluff. Ark., May CO. Announcement was mads to-day of the approaching mar rtaBe of Miss Irene Taylor to Mr. Irl Arm strong;. They are of very -erorainent South ern families. The marriate will occur at the Trinity Episcopal Church. Juna 11. and will be a brilliant affair. Plum mil Postmaster Appointed. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Nashville. III.. Mav 30. Henry Bruegge xnann has been appointed Postmaster tat Plum Hill in this county. " ci ?-f'-V,l.1 v' ' fife -Si?? I "tS-wjwf aJw wtSe3S&r VUtZjrt sfh jfmVa.Sm'Amm, . Babies Tbrire On n Kneipp Halt Coffee 9 u BcenBTe )t The Profits' moair far thonaanda of eirrli- Our bnslaess has grown to bathe ram etymm ,ii.i..th. -,- - .1 . r. -: - -" """ oiasr Boris aas-sisones. . !., ft-.... all. .v., w.MV.,, V,V DlitrtkaMu U.ias Oil.. St. Car. ltttlk, 1.SU1S, Jlo. NEW PUBLICATIONS. ALEX. DEL MAR'S WORKS Ancient Britain. K: Hides Aim RetisltuS. 53. Aumstm Cssar, U; Ulit. t Money. Ancient States, $3; 111st. f Honay, Msdem t-tates. 12; Hist. Manty, Amtrica, tl.M; Fclence t Mceey, tl; UsaeUry Crune-i. 7j: eniu all Mil. Mc; Hut. f th Prdoua Metal:. . rins ja-er. test clsth blnamss. hanlstltcBea. Esli by ail bMiusUtrs. CAHBRIDOB PRES. 240 W. 23 t,, N. V. SUMMER RESORTS. Chicago Osach Hotel. Tn minutes froni heart oC city: no dirt -and dust: -lit'jttfri on b-auUvari ana lake, at Uat Etrett birjleTard, Ckicaca. bend tor l.luitrat4 Mklt. THE ISLAND, LAKE WLNAKBAGO. WIS. zcellejit ctuei (injnrly prlTate and ren eraJ ftim: al mnmr-fcau; eyn jua :. inaiviauais or imllies armaa-iatNl far wk or easi. Golf. flj.fila. canicf. tuia awlmmlmx. tc Children al rexrbr. Swcura ettax rm earljr. Ca arriT tb-s day a Iev St. Lul- For lllu tratd btok. tdirta Tha Islamd C . 0?hkih.Wls ADIR-ONDACKS. ST. nCDBRT'S IXJf AXD COTTAGES, Ken UlhU, Sues Co., If. T. Finest re-rt in the ntsuntalas. Aces-mraot'ates M. 1.EM tral aksis it leval. Jlirnltlcent cll- riate. iccatry and 4rlvss. Gslf. tennis, casino, rchestra, bswilne. builarsj, huntlnr, nstilni, boatlne. AUtM S4wia II. L. Proprietor. Manar-r 'The Prlneetea Ian." Prlmettsn. N. J , ?, Vork rtresentatlve, Rcbert It. 'WTiilit. 11CT.V1 jiaonstian. The International Tourist Go. J:ax KIOJIS STTLL FURMSH KXCELLEXT -TIH.NSP. early: sui rAA- cosmoTED rovn l-urtxs. aiara.utts balltrr. Calaac. Fountain Spring House WAUKESHA, WIS. The Weal eunuaer ressrt hotel of Wisconsin. Ex e.llent Culine Superior Servico New Grill KoomB. Ne-ty Equipped Bathlar Kstastishme&t Superb Otcheetra All Outdsor Spsrts. Fassous rlealtta-aivlnt niasral Sprints. J. C. WALKER, MANAGER. $21.00 NEW YORK. Stop Ovtrmt WASHINGTON. Big Four Ticket Office, BROADWAY AND CHCSTXET ST5. Tbti List Aff tan Mrcry SttvrdMj. FOR TRAVELERS' Am. and European Hetel Booklets Freo. iyrumiiUH, Apply St. Louis Office, REPUBLIC BUREAU. New Tork Office, S Park Place. Hotels and Rasorts. A. P.. Amtrlttm PUm; B. P., snsuSu, AdtronJack Uts. &Mk',.2UiAmpersiid Atlantic City Oc.aa front. A.P. !'. N. Pit.. Rijil Palace Baltlmara".--? E. 1'. ItMtia. U.l.l i A. 0'C.aa.r. HBIII nSilllCIl Bath Biacfc -h'-ag-AiSigSL Ft. Lowry Hotel Bisttn ji ii.i ari ii. i.i ii Aa,n... u.,c.,. nsisi iBnacma Eestcn .KraiysiiSiLflitil Brunswick Buffala " Y- Kf fe?-"5 Thi Lenni best. Europsaa PI as Brioklyn.-'AV-;- Hilel St. George CjniiBn j&LMfgagg. yt. View Hause Cimpehallilsl'dQc-Ti'n-Y-Ceed Dinnr, Cil. Bf ?& Vflnlier Hetel Hew Orleans jA'-lw St. Chirln Peland Spring jn-.-gsa PHiri Sf't Heoee Bflcklind SssSi&fa. The Saneset San AnfeiiQ Tx- or.st .aus iu. a, oa ""i""' VcombrBi.g nit. k.at, mli.rai Hit Stlfssr itUi qnaUtleV PnriTalej cUsalte. WJfCh Hill K: ' upn.ju..:. PHniteg Helel -" U. A. bl( atoas, Mgr. Do You Ever stop to consider the present efficiency ot the TELEGRAPH SERVICE compared with what it was before tke"POSTAL" A entered the fleU? W DIAMQNQ ECZEMA tURE, j i The Sterlinr CVIU CsTlAI-O I luemeay for ajniN IQER-aCO i o real est HrmJins Aajeat r aeira. At all flrst-claaa drnrrista. Testimonials. ef&. mall.4 .Z JZri ... , I,. m.nitr.Mn.u. v. .. i . ."h.i.wuhi nru. nry Hell Chemlo wo.. az-i . fourth at.. . du ixmia. mo. a AUCTIONEERS. A. A. SELKIRK . CO.. Auction and Storage Remlar sale srery SatuMar at isrehOTi an reneral oMces ItZt-lt-U Chcuteau avs. Sales la r-sKencM a SMelaltr. Fksst Klnloch C 1(7. WESTERf. SfiLVSGE ' WRE8KlaaG I1GEHCY. Paranjl Oars. Macacer. T14 and Tit Waaa'nrtosj ae. Auction sal.s it salvaxs osrcnandlss. Watch for .serin rntl-es. A A BEUCIRTg. Aactlonef 1808-10-12 CHOUTEAU AVE, SATCItDAY SALE. Thii day at 10.C o'clock, at cur warehouse, w. will fell a lare? and varied collection of prim. Fl'ItMTCBB, CARPETS, STOVES, ETC A. A. SELKIRK A CO., Auctioneers. AMUSEMENTS. 'eVesw'MAiAa BCACTIFCI. BLMA GARDEN. Fcenlc Railway OM JI1I1 TCTi I. Ste?lchas. Kew MldTAay Attractlans. nejitaurant In Cottace- Bsiiay MCht, Jnne 1 Ol'EIlA CO. MBija-niu IjTic lrtl.fci, la BLACK HUSSAR. Prices. 7Zc SJc. -o. Sat. Mat.. 13s. Mo. Seats ca sala qjcs and Alua R. It. ctllcs. MANNION PARK. -iQjrtlx-ujtr Maolsley And She Other Great Acts. rtOADWAT CAP.3 RESBT-YED gEAT3. 13kst highlands ! T1TE BIG TLACE ON T1IS HILU ELEAKOR FALK and EXCLUSIVE TlUQEViLLE. "GOME AND LOOP THE LOOP" Acmlsslaa ta Orouods trea Admlaslon to Pa vilion. I5o and 10c. Resarved Beat PC. TDE USE OF FOILT. IHOFROUCSDUH COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. UTOPIAN BURLESQUERS. UHRiO'S CAVE opens o i ., mi oi. MAY KOWARD-Extravaganza and Hlsh-CIas3 Vaudeville. Each sva.. iits. Bat. u-t Bus. Utsi, t-U, Handsms Garden. ryclaT riloaa. SATURDAY AFTERNOON FAMILY STEAMBOAT EXCURSION. STEAMER GAGE Leaves east ban's at Mtssvort Rlvtr at tflrsirnua of St. Lsuia, St. Charles aad Wesrera XUllvay. CDDOstts St. Charlsa. .tla mi ratu-m. at d. rn. Hound trip Adults 2o. calldren lio. Cars leava tVellstsa at 1 . a. COHGERT AT THE COTTAGE BY SEYMOUR'S BAND. EVERT ETEXP.-Q. ItAD. OR BHPTg. Itatlnes to-day at Z:X. LC30 FIU33 SDATSi BIST OF.CHXETRA C3AXR3 OXLX Ua, To-nlsht at -!) ac Jx NATIONAL LEAGUE BASEBALL TO-DAY. LEAGUE PARK. ST. LOUIS vs. CINCINNATI. Gams Starts at 3:30 P. Nl. BASEBALL GAME. BIOII SCHOOL TS. SMITH ACADEMl, Sutmrrfny, Hay SUrt, 190S, rAs-rbtx aROutroi Admission 25 ceats. drama cailed at t p. aw SIX HI6H-0LASS RACES AT Fair Grounds EACH DAY, Comemncing at 2:30 P. M.v Admission, lnclu.log Grand Stand, $1,00. ST. LOUIS FAIR ASSOCIATION. SEALED PROPOSALS Fcr ths csnstructlon of a main builaJas tor th Bcheol of Minx at Rslla, Mo., will n racarna by the Chairman at the Executiv CbrsmlttM). Dr. Jelm D. Vlnrll, 619 Pin .. 9t- Lonlk, Ma en or before nesn. Juca I. 19C Plans, snodnc -tlons and Instructions may bo seen at otflef erf Dr. Vlacll. C, tuis. ot Director ot School at Rolls, and ot Van Erunt Howe, architects, Kansas City. BIDS FOR ELECTRIC LIGHTING. Taylorvllle, Illinois, for tho furnlthhts; of ; commercial and prlvato electrlo lirhltna; Cltr -' Taylorvillo and Its mhiVftmtt will b4 recelred at tto City Attoraoya ef&cs until p. m. July 1. 13 a. CcB-tloU copy of apeclScatlons srorern'nr. bMs or srssosals, th arantlsr; cf the franchlfo and making; tho eon tract will e mailed on request by tho morotary cf the Electric IJirlt Csnim1tte. Provssltlona for a contract for 2.W0 r. p. Standard Aro llchtst al-o for 2.K9 c standard Arc ljahts and Io ciuiceBccnr; Aro iianis rsraea alsn for 3.W0 o. p. eianaara Arc ncnts or ineanioecent Aro llnts,urirs any light of ) or rnoro c. p. mixed, for sorvat llcntlng. and Incaneecent for commercial too wieeo. for term of each of tSo followlntrt LK E. 10 or 1 yenr periods will bo considered. The city and its inhabitant need from t to 109 Aro ana bdoui l.mi lncand-cent lamos. It is th intention to let the contract to tho lowest ro sponntble tilMer. but tho city reserves th rU- to reject anr er ail bids. LKROT ANDHnSON-. City Attorney, S-crotary El-ctrle IJiht Commlttoa. WIL.I.IAM F. HOMES. II. J. DIEKIfEIT-L ffceauenc. secretary. EST.vnT.igiiEn in- uo anssorni hTATi; ml'tuai; kirh Ajm MARINE INSURANCE C03IPAXT. Ofi:ce. No. 71T Chestnut St. St. Ixmis. Mo. Tel licit Main 2TrtA. Tel. Klnloch A "ok Policies are written oi either stock or mutual znaa. DIP.ECTOR.S: - Henry C Haarsticic, J. n. c Lacaa. M. It. Orthweln f. D. -Walkor. ) Autustus JeMrhu Jas. w. Beli. ' Wm. r. Homes. , Drink Bottled Dr. Pepper, the Most Delight fully Palatable and Refreshing Beverage on Earth. On Trains.atYour Grocers, Drug gists, Cafes and Saloons. -oe Ar tesian Mfg. & Bot. CO., - J60J S. BROADVAY. Kinloch B 775. LIDIES! $500 REWARD 5- toreIleT. ir&li, harmlea, vtg. cafe, tnrft. Ko w I owm mned, idOOrewMtifer any Qtbertmaodj-aArmtSm www w.ii rriit'ouiiiiu awsTrfamasVU, - 'lit jsj 5-..m,A taS ,cgvr-.r(.ar-... . ;-jta-?Jait5-ii.j. l.t -.. 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