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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JUNE 1. 1902.
May not be all that is meant by dytptpsla
pow, but It will be If uecletted.
The uneasiness after citing, fits ot nerv
ous headache, sourness of ttio stomach, and
disagreeable bclcluti may not be very bad
now, but they will be II tlie stomach 13
Buffered to prow wraLc
Dypepsia Is Each a miserable disease
that the tendency to It tho.iW be given
early attention. Thi3 Is completely over
Which strengthens th"vrbledit;eEtIvcsy3t;m
The display of Summer Roods at Barr's
lannot fall to mrt tle fan'y of the critical
.nd economical hmcr. The fabric this
teanon are dellcntful In !lcn nml no
wber"5 are the; off r-d In ni'-h assortment
as at Mlsyeiiri"'' -.r.it"t .tor;.
GIFT FOR EMPLOYES
OF CONTINENTAL BANK
ISereive Month's P.ilary in Ac
knowledgement of Efficient
Too employes ot the Continental BanX
which was recently absorbed by the Na
tional Hank of Commerce, were given a
full month's salary yesterday aa an ac
knowledgment of the efficient services they
have performed in asistinc to conduct the
business of the institution. The sift, which
Mas made at the susce-stlon of the officers
of the Rank of Commerce, amounted to
tevcral thousands of dollars.
When the men went to draw their pay
for tho month of May 1, they were sur
prised at bUnK h.inHd a sum Jubt doublo
what was due. Inquiry devh-ped the fact
that the addition.il amount was a gitt from
tho management. It was explain! that the
individual existence cf the bank was at
nn end. and that the ulre.norM were anx
ious to show their appreciation for efficient
work done, and took thK way ot ilotns so.
;viany 01 ino einj'. - ......--..
liank bud l-n in its service for many
years The nitre frtf will bo taken care
of when the actual merger takes place.
Though thu buelne!. of the Continental Is
now under the dirid of tho Hank of
Commerce, both hankinc house- will b- I
operated until me new quns "
southeast corner of llroadway and Olive
etrett are readj for occupation.
The Missouri Trust Company will open
I0r DU51Iie59 111 H titiiumif, m-Jitn .
Seventh and OlUe street" to-morrow morn
ing. The work of movinc front the old j
rtano "t fPVflllll .1IIU IsnzurL sitcrrfcj 1, . . .
completed Saturday nlqht. Fit tno wr-ks ,
2ast a iorce 01 i.hui-i vxi. ui wb n
tine the new quarter in shape for oe upa
tion. The banklm rooms were formerly
occupied by the t "Ion Tiust Company.
IN MEMORY OF GARIBALDI.
Italian Colony of St. Lou's io Con
duct Memorial Services.
Ejc-rciscs in honor of Oluseppe Garibaldi,
the Italian patriot and statesman, will b
held Mondav evening June Z, by the Italian
colony of St. Louis The demonstration
will be at Boh man Hall, corner of Eleventh
and Locust streets. The Programme begins
Commencing June 1. 1502. the Planters
Hotel will lie conducted on the European
plan .nlv. Ilatr s SI .7) p r day and upwards.
In addition to the rerular a la carte serv
ice in the cafes they will serve the very
popular club breakfast: alo table d'hote
dinner every evening from 6 to SSQ.
The standard of excellence In the service
tind culyine will !e maintained.
Consumption SSjaIJ?f- iM;,
irnna. 117 L .-alio
Has a Large List of City
Property lor Sale.
Price List on Application.
ARTH"UR-On Friday. May 30. ISX. at " a. m..
Thomas Arthur aged M f.iit. beloved ;nn of
Mrs. Rachel Arthur and brother of Mrs. Mollle
Kmitners. Mrs. ICate Ulrlch and Jennie and Car
Funeral from residence. No. HIS Olive streeet,
Sunday, June 1. at 2 o'clock p. m. Interment in
EBELTNG May 31. 1302. a 5 o'clock, nfter a
short Illness. J03nhine. daughter of Catherine
Interment private. Residence. No. 3J13 Warren
KFNNETT On Triday mornlnp. May 30 IMS.
Kenneth Wilson Kennett. son of Aenes and the
late Luther M. Ketinett. oped 41 years.
Funeral from the family residence. No. 3517
Lucas avenue, on Sunday, Jur.e 1. at half-past 3
o'clock p. xn. Interment private. Friends are re
quested not to send fi'wrs
1.EWITZ Entered into ret cr niflay. May 30.
1902 at 2:30 o'clock p m . 'ariltr.e I-ltz (nee
HaphaKen) relict of the lat 'l Him Treher and
llenry Iwitx and dear mother of Mr. Itachei
Mann. William Dreher Mrs Mary Wolnbe .
llenry. Bmma and Herman I-wltz afier a lln
irerlnK illne's. at the ase of M v-r
The funeral will take plice on Sunday. Jun 1.
at 3 o'clock p- m-. from family reidence.
No. 2W5 North Prairie aenue. to the B'thanla
Cemetery. Krienda are Invite 1 to attend
Deceased van a member of Philippine Lodge.
No. "(. It & U of 1L
I.INK May 3 1902. In Denver. Colo., neravi
Theodore, fecond son of Theo. C. and Anr.i
Carey Unk, In his twenty-third year.
Funeral on Monday. Jnne, 2. at 11 o'clock a. m.
from the Church of tho Ascension. Interment
lXCJAN-On Friday, May 30. 1SIB. at 2S0 p. m..
in Albuquerque. N. M.. Mis Acnei J. Locnn.
Iaughter of Mrs. M. C. Iran. Biter of Itobert
S. and Mamie G. J:(ran and M-. n G. Wylle.
Announcement of funeral will bo lven later.
MITCHT:i.I. At Denver. Colo., on Monday.
May 26. 1902. Mrs Anna Mitchell, beloved motb-r
of pavld F and Clara P. Mitchell.
Interred temporarily at Mount Olivet Cemetery,
MTTRPTTT The remains of the lat William
Murphy, beloved husband cf Mary Murphy (ne
Downey), vtill be ttmocd from the receivfnir
vault at Calvary Cemetery on iunday. June 1.
at 2 o'clock p. m.. and placed In his sarcophagus i
vault, located in section 17. near Florissant sate. '
Members of Putnam Lodne. N'a 374. A. O. U. 1
W.: Columbia IxvlBe. No. Z9S. K. of P., and '
local union International Brotherhood of Elec- '
trical Workers' Union, and all friends of tho
family are invited to attend. Take Bellcfontalno ,
OwEf-Oll Thursday nlrtt. May 25. IS"!
nt 11 o'clock. at Galveston T.. after .
a brief Illness. Oby. n. Owen, Jr., beloved ton
of O. B. Owen.
Funeral services win be held nt the Church of
tho Ascension, corner Goodfellow and Cates ave
nnes. Monday, June X U02. at 3 p. m. Inter
SCANNEX.T-jaitered Into rest at 3:5 a. m..
Saturday. May 31, 1S02, Barth Scannell. aged 44
Funeral will tk placo Sunday, Juno 1, at
2 p. m., from funeral rooms of Eberle & Kejns.
110S St. Ante avenue, to Cliurch of the Holy An
firels, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are
WHITAKETt-On Paturday, May H. 1. Delia
Dubois Whltaker. at the residenoe of he
tiaushtcr. Mrs. D. A. Dozler, la her ninety-aria ;
Interment at Brigrrllle. HI.
1617 Washington A?!.,
tJave a Vary Large Stock of
Granite and Marble
At Low Prices.
im QUARRELS WITH
Edward Wants Sir Ernest On ssell
IJaihcd to a Peerage, but
Meets Firm Kefusal.
DUCHESS OFFENDS MONARCH.
Flatly Declines to Invite a Woman
Favorite of Edward VII to
Dine at Her House and His
Majesty Has to .Submit.
Ixindon. Jlay 2L Those in touch with
roval crcles are busy cosslpinc; about tho
r ported tiff between I.ord Salisbury and
King Ddward, which Is said to hao arisen
on account of the King's demand that toe
Premier recommend Sir Ernest Cassell for
Last year the same request met with a
refusal. This year It was again urged by
tho King on the ground of Sir Ernest's
munificent rift of 200.090 toward the cure
Tho Premier absolutely r'fused to coun
tenance the suggestion, and at the -nd of
a stormy iutenieu. which occurred t .- aa
the State dinner was held at Buckingham
Palace Lord Salisbury remarked.
"Well. sir. I tuppeso I liad better leave
my place at to-night's banquet wcant?"
to which the King Is said to have replied.
"Yes, I think yoj had," and tnalk-d out
of the room.
Since then, according to court goslp,
Kin? Edward and his aged Prime Minister
have scarcely been on speaking terms.
K!ti;Tfi I'rleml Is included.
Another incident which i- causing con
si lerablc commotion in royal circles is the
(ii:"j?ru ment between King Edward and
t1.- IJuchess of Buccleuch. a member of
tho old style, exclusive arlstocracj, who
has not countenanced the so-called "smart
The King was to dine with the Duke and
Duchess of Buccleuch and Intimated his
desire that a lady of his intrroundlng be
invited. This is usually tantamount to a
command, but the Duchess of Buccl'uch,
nothing daunted, refused point blank to
ask the King's friend to make one of the
UN Majesty was furious and threat
ened to cancel his promise to dine with the
Buccleuchs. wher-.it the Duchess of Buc
cleuch retorted that she was quite will
ing to send her resignation, as mistress
of the robes to Qu-en Alexandra.
Later, in the day the King thought bet
ter of it. and Informed the Buccleuchs that
he acci pted the exclusion of his favorite
and forbade the Duchess to resign.
Many members of the nobility, especial
ly old country families, make no ferret of
their disapproval of various events In the
King's social life.
RIVER EXCURSION 0F Y. M. I.
Committee Completing Arrange
menls for Outing Next Saturday.
Extensive preparations are being mado
for the excursion to ! given by the Young
Men's Institute on Saturday. June 7. on
the steamer City of Providence. The boat
will start at JD p. tn. and return at H.
The i ogramme for the entertainment of
the exjrs;onists ha.s bn arranged, and
'iisl-t:vif some Interesting features. Tho
ntcrtainirs will be: Harrv C. Button M.
Cunningham, F. Iloeffer McMcchan. Wll
1. im E. Thomas, Miss Bessie Kern, Miss
Maud Napier. William Haves, M. Frain. J.
P.tzgeraM. Ed Murphy. John Feency, P. T.
Cunningham. J. Harvey O'Counell, Miss
Lillian Williams. Jessie Lynch Williams,
Chan. Mulcahy. W. I. Lampton. Ed L. Mc
Dowell. Joseph Falrley, Bailey Aldrich,
Max Jonrs, John Itudden, John Lolly, Jo
seph Kenney. Jlls Violet E. Geisser Mi's
Ida Woolman. James J. Ryan and the
The Young Men's Institute will give a
Eerie of excursions during tho summer.
NELLIE DAWSON IS MISSING.
Girl Disappears From a Free Jlis
Xcllie Dawson, 14 years old. disappeared
from the Mission Ftce School at No. 2827
Lawton avenue, at '1 o'clock Thursday
afternoon. The police were asked to ossct
in a search for her.
CO.VVKXTIO.V IX SCOTLAND COC.VrV.
Democrats Klect Drlecntrs to SInte
mid District Cout entlonf.
Memphis, Mo., May 31. At a Democratic
mass convention, held here to-day, the fol
lowing "delegates and alternates were
State Convention, St. Joseph, July 8 L.
P Roberts, C. C. Critz. A. D. Walker,
Wesley M. McMurray. Alternates W. A.
Tucker. Judgo X. M. Pettingill; George
Sayer. John Evans.
Judicial Convention. Springfield, July 22
It. L. Odcll. J D. Smoot. J. M. Jaync,
J. O. Boyd. Alternates J. R. McPherson,
William F. Shacklett, William McAntree,
W D. Burrus.
St. Louis Court of Appeals Convention, St.
Louis, August 5 J. M. Doran, J. E. Luther,
G. W. Shacklett, Doctor Petty. Alternates
C. F. Sanders, Ed Stephenson. Captain
John L. Morris and Charles K. Green.
Tho delegates were not instructed, but are
favorable to Valle Itcyburn ot St. Louis for
Judge of the SL Louis Court of Appeals and
Captain Bronaugh of Henry County for
Rallroail and Warehouso Commissioner.
Resolutions were adopted indorsing the
State administration and recommending
Thomas II. Wagner of Scottland County
for chairman of the State Committee:.
AIKES C.UIHIEW PIKE COUXTV.
Sharp Fight Ilctncrn State Chairman
nnd .National Committeeman.
Bowling Oreen, Mo.. May 31. This ha
been a red-hot day with the Republican
factions in Pike Countj, ending with a rous
ing victory for the Aikens adherents and a
complete overthrow for the Kerens crowd.
The Aikens men secured all the delegates
to tho State, Judicial and Congressional con
tentions, and then organized the new Coun
ty Committee. Colonel D. P. Dyer and Matt
Jteynolds of St. Louis were present to see
the fun, but took no part In proceedings
Following are the delegations chosen:
State Convention H. V. P. Block. George
Kelthley. Taylcs Frier, A. C. Gansz, AV J
lf-umSLcwl3 elJ; )v; C- Shattuck and C.
W. Thorpe. Judicial Convention W C.
Chamberlain, J. C. Stroup, Charles C. Buf
fam, J. D. Bowman and Carsev Wells. Con
gressional Convention Frank L. Wilson H
V p. Block. Sam J. Pugh, Aa Bratc'her.
John Williamson. C. P. Covington, J jj
Bowman and I. Henry Wells, Jr.
Laclede County Republicans.
Lebanon, Mo., May 31. The Republicans
of Laclede County held a mass convention
th's afternoon to choose delegates to the
Sixteenth Congressional District Conven
tion, the State Convention and the Judicial
Convention. The delegates chosen are as
follows: Congresslncal C. W. Rubcy. Sam
Fnrrar. Ira Waterman. Sam Schmallhorst.
John It. Spiller. Carroll Haggard, ai. V.
Atchley and William Jones. The delegation
are unlnsfructed but were elected as friends
of B. F. Russell of Steelvllle. State Con
vention J. T. aioore. W. I. Wallace, Ben
B. Farrar, W. F. Heavcnor, W. R. aicll
vain, and W. L Doffendcrfer. Judicial Con
vention C. W. Rubev. Lenore Tucker and
C G. aianchestar. Tho Republican Con
vention meets here next Wednesday.
Republican Primaries In Randolph.
Percy 111., aiay 31. Returns from pre
cincts throughout Randolph Couatv to
night show the following Republican candi
dates nominated: County Judge. S. L. Tay
1"ir?r',arta: Superintendent of Schools, S. A.
Mclj-elvey, SpartR; County Clerk, C P
Thels. SteelvlUe; Sheriff, D. H. aicFariana.
Blolr; Assessor and Treasurer. Henry
Bums; Commissioner, J. H. Thles, StecN
1 (K'r.aWI l?i fcw
Don't stint yourself in your Parlor Furniture. It makes the whole house look mean.
Get our popular prices and you will see that it's not necessary to stint your front room.
SPECIAL Beautiful Velour or Damask Parlor Chairs This Week ai $2.48.
Oil Clot lis. -:
't Ul"'' "a"" r-e S2.25 i.'m-raaa-CT
e bZSjK& K EJ5 Inspert Onr Jlacnlllrent Line, AJ OR nJ II- SJ B1 W
8& g g aI1 desirable ntjle QilOO 9110 P 23 &&&$& ..... lj
1 ! S B I fll 11x1 KSM We are also nitents for be A I r-re 1 1 r- UfI, Mr! 4 n III ' Vj
!?j5 ilftAC 11 .ILitlreor., nl.lch rc cll si OUC a e81(. M g g I g R J J 0 B
ft PW Fo,uinc Iron Dr"" nt $7.50 and Upwards. ifS H
S V a-c ovcrsrU.-d In CARPETS.
.EI i ..i t,- ,.
pa ,umi..uMJu1 Ingrain Carpets, nice patterns. 29C
quality, mis wee
10per-ent on" tbi.neek
If bougnt bj tliem"
H. J. GOE3BELS, President
J csiMrzz msmea J5 A fl ffl B QwK)SI , Fol B &TI Z&mZ33m& J5T a li!
Ty'-'9 BJKm Ssi a rn fiw H m, V?SuHos9SIk1BI CsiSift lw3 Be
p THE HOUSE
Oi OF BARGAINS.
1 rtlMii" iitv flW&B.Wa.t.rrtR'Tt.r
Something Doing from Noon to Midnight.
ATTRACTIONS BY BOSTOCK-FERARI CO.
Trained Animal Arena..
Dog &nd Monkey Circus.
Venelia.n Gla.ss Blowers.
Spirit of Niagara..
Grea.1 Grsvnt Electric High Wire.
fforizonta.1 Bar. Barlows Herd of Performing Elephants.
Speedy, Chzmpion Diver of the World.
ADmiSSION, IO CENTS,
THE LIMG DOLL
AS A CARNIVAL FEATURE
elks' eHAisSTY mmki
29 Years nf Axe. 26 leches High. IS Pounds in Weight.
See Her Autamobils. Smallest Ever Maae.
See Her Pony and Brougham. Smallest on Earth.
See Her Bicycle. Smaller Than the Smallest.
See Her Dance. Hear Her Sing.
See Her Beautiful Jewels, Her Costly Dresses by Worth.
TURKISH BATH EX0LUS3VELY R1R LOOSES.
HAIR DRESSING, MANICURING AND SHAFrtPOOING.
OPEX DAILY 8 TO , SIMJAVS 8 TO 12.
OflnLETQN BALDING (Gih oiiTc sis.) F. DePQATQ.
THE 0r"!f TTotfit 3 I
9G9&V The only Fotlttvr Cure for I.lqoor Brlnilns, Morphine and nlbrrXnr
jVir'V cotlc J)rnc T7lnc eurailhcn1at Tobacco and Cijnrrlle addlctlan.
lir 333t. OT. 0E3. :BX-aJElVEI, X"liyIcian ftnd Mnnacor.
En Trritmnt far Tt&retatd Zmnithcalft. honl aodlo9$CituirtflpfcM. JJadcII 13
TORNADO IN SOUTH DAKOTA.
Three Fersons Injun-d Damage '.
at Three Towns.
Lead, S. IX, May 31. A small tornado
struck this city at 1 o'clock this afternoon,
demolishing about twenty building? and in
juring three persons, none of whom, how
err. Is fatally hurt.
From here the storm passed on to Tcrre
ville. a few miles distant, where It demol
ished five buildings, four of which were
residences. So far as learned no one was
injured at that place.
The storm then veered across the coun
try and struck Central City, where a great
dal of damage was done. There was a
general storm of wind and rain throughout
the Black Hills country during the day.
Democratic Prlmnrlex In Union Co.
Anna. III., May 31. In one of the hottest
primary elections ever held in Union Coun
ty, the Democrats to-day nominated for
Sheriff X,. j. nes by 250 majority, over
Daniel Wilson; J. Will Laws. County Clerk,
majority. 30) over George C. Bean; J. C.
Dewitt. Treasurer, 500 over J. Henry Hil
boldt; W. O. Brown, County Superintend
ent of Seiiocls; Monroe C. Crawford. Coun
ty Judge; Samuel F. Davis. County Com
missioner, nominated without opposition. '
SontliTvest Mlnnuiirl Kdltorx 3Iet.
Osceola Kas., Jiny 3l.The Southwest
Missouri Press Association met to-day and
carried out the second day's programme,
after which the members elected the fol
lowing officers for the ensuing year: J. G.
J,cwblll, president: N L.. Boberts. first
vice president; TV. I. Smith, second vice
president; id L. Putnam, third vice pres
' ' Wi T i ! 'i Mil" Wli 1 1 irritT&3mmi?mmia2-t.rrwFrir.
Beautiful Irish l'oint
line quality. 75c tains; some as low as. pa
OO A WEEK BUYS ANY OF THE ABOVE,
P. J. FARRINCTON, Sec'y.
904 - 906 FRAKLIS
Esau, Snake Eater.
Famous Wajson Sisters.
Miss Murphy, Balloonist.
f. the 63c A On All the latest and cbol'-est things in 5 feet Monday r
L'k wu laiie.stry and Cottage ("ur- j n andwei 30(
h. flnernia'ltj-. 75c tains; some as low as. pair..... Oli 'rO
IB S B 6liBfiiaB FaiSa
German Village. Deborah Bros. Triple
2. for Two Weeks.
J'S"T? r??-- fc- TjOTli-
ident. A W Brodshaw. recording sec
retarv; J. T. Uarbee. corresponding sec
retary, and Miss Fidelia Mlze. treasurer.
RESCUER AND CHILD DROWNED.
I'rominent Citizen of Indiana
Nobly Sacrifices His Life.
I'ruweton, Im!.. May 3L Oliver M. Tiche
ner of this city and Hfion Carlthrs, 7
years old. of Graysvllle. Ind.. were drowned
in Lona I'cnd this afternoon.
Mr. Ticliener was out with his little
daughter. Helen Carithers and Gladys Hip
py. Little Helm was seated on a camp
stool, and by some means she fell over
board. Mr. Ticliener at once went to her
res-cue and both were drowned. The srream.1
of the tno little girls remaining in the boat
attracted the attention of parties It camp
who immediately went to their rescue.
Oliver Tlchener was one of the best
known citizens of Princeton, belrg a son ot
the late William Tichener, and was 3S years
old. He wo prominent in local and State
politics. He was Postmaster undT Harri
son's administration and was once -andi-dato
for Clerk of the Supreme Court before
the State Republican Convention. Mr.
Tichener leaves a wife and daughter, his
wife being the granddaughter of the late
Both bodies were recovered. Mr. Tichener
was Adjutant of the One Hundred an- Sii-tv-flrst
Indiana In the Spanish-American
Conrad Schnli Victurlon.
ilount Vernon, III.. May 31. In the Demo
cratic primaries held In Jefferson County
to-day an unusually heavy vote was polled.
For County Judge Conrad Schuh hai de
feated the present incumbent, J. D. Norris.
at per we k . . JlT'
uiJU Pmrma Rnp-5 "Jj inche-l h
Koom-suo r "7 EZe
B. M. CORNWALL. Treas,
OPEN TILL IO P. M.
TIIC IlHAlTirUL FAMILY nCSOUT.
Str. GITY OF PROVIDENCE
From Olive Street at 9:30 V. IL and 2-JH P. M.
Round Trip 25c, Children Half Price
FIXE BOAT-riNEMrIC-FIE SERVICE
FRIDAY, JUNE 6.
Ta"red WEB RICKART
At the Hth St. Theater
THE PLAYEIIS' CLL'R
?lnt "The Charity Ball."
niR TAUIJnVlLLE HILL.
SiS-STS? "Off ON SUE ffn:
FOL'IITKEXTII STllKHT TOGATCa.
Grand anil 31 era race St.
CantT Island of th "Wert. Shrot th CtnUs.
Vaudeville Large new danclrs iTllion; tAllooa
ascensions. Human Caoncn I!all. Eerj niht.
IJLLIAK -Vt-ALTON-, rnTTERa BR03.
And Six Other Elr Acts.
MATS. BUN.. WED. ANU SAT.
XcmbrrM ncfrred Seats. Broadway Gin.
CREVE COEUR LAKE.
Concerts by Flitch's Band every afternoon and
Boarding; and Day
School for Girls.
303 West I06th Street,
adjoining Rlvorsido Drlvo, Now York
Mr Hennlrr W Prcntls. prlnclral Hodden
Fchool. at Anrhor Hall. Jefferson and Park aei .
beginning Monda. June 16
Lindsley School of Dramatic
t Arrlicitlon C3n now b made for th SPE-CIAI-
SUMMER COMBIXATION1 COURSE, dan
It-ona conJuct-d at the theater. Address, Gcr
Ijlnil'.Av ft-1 Petmar oouuvarn
Tor tho construction of a main building for the
School of Mines at Rolla. Mo., will be recelrd
ny the Chairman of th Executive committee.
Dr. John U VlncM, 510 Pine z. St. Louis. Mo.,
on or tWort noon. June 7 XSifi. Plans, ?pctflca
tlonf ind Instruction may be en at offlce cf
Dt Vincil. St. IjqsjK of Director of School at
Kolli. and of Van Brunt & Howe, architect
nateupprvs?lon,ajiy canse my monthly rezalvrf all
torellptMil. harmI,Tex"fe,arf How lorT"ip
rreMfhrxL J0 reward for an j other remedy adTertloi
thc will rUrT one In to vicated.
ML JACKSO.N II. CO., K,sotf,lTDBrB,rWtaro-
Eotnhllslted -IO Wnn,
CLEANING, DYEING AtiD REPAIRING
alfii Cleunetl lu Flic llonm.
Sulti. I)rtl . .!J.'I.IH)
Suit" Cliemlcnlly Cleaned.... a.Od
Suits J-trnm Cleaned l.r.O
Salt Spoajtrd and Pressed... .73
I'nnli Mfani or Chemically
Cleaned .. ....... t
Klnloch tfWW-rt. W. SDnnLCD.
N SUth St, bctwn SInrktt and Chfuiut
Knodn Called for nnd DeliTcred.
""""' ""'"''- "MJ """HHiltraTTI
tend In lour Suliacriptlon For a
sow. did cnnsT.vcT st.
For all the Other Ofilro- tmm thrpa in t-r
. candidates were In the field, and no definite
ing. In this city S votes were cast.
"V. E. Xorrli Elected.
Grayville. III.. May 31. At the special
school cIect;on held here to-day. W. E. Nor
ria was elected trustee in township 3, which
is composed of Ave school districts In the
counties of Edwards and White.
I'MMITOJ IIOTCI Wnfch 1I1II. II. I.,
OitrltHsMng Iay and Otan Klne Music Hall md
Orchestra Kir-vat r Onlv huusa with eltric
lights Near L.itla iff btracn. Gtir. Accummodatei
2 Booklet S Iurk piact-. C. A S-"tun. Mgr.,
Watch lit! I It I .lit- of Inlm Itach KI.i.).
CAMP POKEGAMA, iiasca Co., HJHfi.
For Iis. Flshinc. SDorts. Etu5v cf nature July
and August careful suirvia-t.n !Mus molsr
ate. rt-fcreni"! Aadress H. V slack, ht. I'nul.
i.aki; i.vm:u.go, wiu.
Eicfllcnt -wttagts iftinerl L,rivar- and jcea
erai dlnlntr; hall, open June 2i. InililCuaN or
fnmiliea ai mmod-iteU fi week or teai-on. Golf,
flehln?, saillnff. tene. swimming etc. Children
tafe erywhtre it.ure cottng ro"-m3 early Can
itrr vt tiin iay tuu !eae -t Iuu Kor llttt
trared b-xk nJ(Jress Th- 1 and 'o . Oahkon ff'i.
WEST e?:d hotel and cottages
Situated on Muff faun ocean
COTTAGI S OI'fcN STUtlAY JLNC 7th
iluTrl. oPKASt TliritstiAY jrNKKth.
New Yurk Offlce, IIS Bi isrlnay (Room TS.
,V fc. HILURBTH. ItBr.
On the mirth h -e nf Lak Y- m, an r"otirs
rltl from !etr if tn noat beautiful summer re
port o ti prt-jt ak v, nm- hnle k If links,
tathicx. Laatinrr flshl' g d!:Krtful drles. etr.,
and 3' rn , iii -ur rior accommcdatlo.
rn ny impr im itr pyj; u!ar r,r.cP. Op"n abfut
Jun1 r ir t ir u!i'3 wares' the p'Crjiietcr,
W P. Her. lfel St Ciair. Dfttrclt. M-ch
Tlie Internationa! Tourist Go.
CV STILL rlltMSII nTCELLKNT
ItlMIMS ..n all THASTI, XTIC AMI
'I It 4l'At-H'IC STUAIIMIII'Si arpl
ea l , summer pa iree nearly full. P.1 lll-
i'Kv fiiMii ti:i Tont-t i.vas-
I'UItT. Max'tuette ti 'idine. Chtago
WhereShalt We Spend Our Va.ra.iion?
Sleepy Moilow Resort
ON LAKE 5V..CHIGAN,
OF COURSE. GOLF. BOOKLET.
South Haven, Mich.
W EST VIItGIXZA.
rrie "OLD WIllTc' fculphur), ojen Jcne 15.
ramfns ffir Its f-ulphur btha. Modem lmprOTe
irerus, ivitn rjnva'e baths. Orchestra of IS piece?.
Teinis. ti: to Si, eeit. SM to SS0 per month.
Vnie for llln'trated t.okIt Address until Jun9
1. IIAKKINGTOX MILLS. Manager, the Grafton.
HVh ngton D. C.
NEW OCEAN HOUSE,
Allen Ainl e Edward R Grabow. Proprietors.
1 ILL OI'EX JU.E 14TII.
Greatlv Lnlarced. For Illiate Baths. All
the I'st Impr,ements Everything New.
XJ.K ttiste lteuDllc uureau.
Virginia av-. ar.fi Eearh, Atlantic City. N. J.
Open all the year Sprtn and fall rales, J2.W
dailr. J12S0 wtklr and upward, atrtctly flrst
clasa Send f r tfrm. acd Illustrate.! booklet.
Fiith a-i'm under tn management ct S. 3
Phoebus owner and prcprtetor-
STOCKTON HOTEL SsMiS:
W fret ocan front. 1-3 mile upailom porch.
All corrHors '; feet wide Lobby 12ui IJaflroom
9iW Or hwtra, 1 pieces Uvery molern com
fort ant facility sul'fs with private bath. Rat's
tli to J-tl vci wetk. IteducUOT durir.i July. Wrlta
for bookl-t HORACE II. CA'iEi
Also Hotel ?:ormar.ai. Washington. D. C.
Kirkland House coTfAoes
DEVIL'S LAKE. WIS. Cool: no raosijuttoes or
malaria.; beautiful pcenerv For particulars ad
dress MRS E. E. KIRK. KlricIanJ. Wis.
st. ncnnifrs i.vx axd cottages.
Keen Heights. Essex Co.. N. T.
Unest resort !n the mountains. Accommodate
SM 3.5CO teft ah--ie tea leL llacnincent cli
mate, scenery end drives. Golf, tennis, casino,
orchestra, fcuwllnff, billiards, bunting, flshlnc.
bnatlcp. AdJress Edwin II. Lee. Proprietor.
Manaper "The Princeton Inn.'" Princeton. N. J.
New Vork repres-ntatlTe. Robert It. Wrlsht,
f 500,000 fata faen xptmtvf irr
rvntllac aad addlos ol
prTinoia ia ta
BfTI mmC CaUtj.
V. H. LOWRII. G... Fm. Afu
A.G. KMnu. Qirhtw ftOlH
51st Boolerard ud Lake Sbort
Is tie finest summer and winter hotel on
the Great lakes for families, tccrists and
transient guests. Has nearly a 1000 feet
broad veranda. Built of stone and
pressed brici. 450 large rooms. All out
side. No courts. Furnished throughout
In mahogany, sn prirate bath rooms.
Just xo minutes by Illinois Central Ex
press from the shopping and theatre dis
trict of the city. Cool in summer, away
from the city's dost, noise and smoke.
Golf, tennis, boating and fishing.
Send for Handsome New
Is lntercttfd iwI ihould tnow
3 boat tbe ironlerfal
MARVEL Whirling Spray
Th new Tftflail njrtmfr. JnJ'C
ii-m una cnu-rio I'tt ai
It Utiaat laiUallj,
Jtt rairdrorcUt frlt
lf l snnot inri'lr the
Hint Iff.. .iv.-rtM
otner. bm aj sum, for ft- ,
fall ptrtlrolar wl rttrettr In- V
Stnom IiTImrsIW-..cii7 Vork.
i-or 4le by;
WoLT Wilson Drue Co.. 63 WasMsctoa ava
JuJkc fc Dclph. SIS OllTt st.
Itatoteau . Cn- nroadwsr and Lucaa r-
Do You Ever
stop to consider the
present efficiency of the
enmnarsd with what it
was before the-'POSTAL" g
entered the field?
VTILUAM F HOMES. U. J. DIEKNEITE. .
ITes.dent Secretary. ,
ESTABLISHED TN 184' !
3IISSOLHI .TITE lllTtAL FIRC AXD
M.IMK II'It.SCB COIIP.ISV.
OrSce. Xo. in Chestnut St.. St. Lonlr. Mo.
jn H iiTiqmn Minima a mammm umnwri
'H A- ,?V
Tel 1II Main rT7L. Tc! Klnloch A 10J3.
Polxles are written oi elthr stock or mutual plan.
Henry C. Haarstlck. J. B. C. Lucas.
M. R. Orthneln. D. D. Walker.
Aucuatua Nedderhut. Jaa. W. Bell.
Win. F. Homes.
A. A. SELKIRK . CO.,
Auction and Storage
Rerular nl ererr S'atnn'aT at irehoue an
rerwral offlcei 1VS-10-II Chouteaa in. rXlej I
rMldenct, a ndaitr. Phon Klcloch C 1T7.
Pamwl Gas. Manarfr, 714 and Tit Washlnrtoa
ave. A nrtlon ale of solvaja mercband!
Watch for special notl-e.
A. X SCLKXHK. Anctlonear
3928 Russell Ave9
WEDNESDAY, JUNE A,
At 10.3J. we will sell fine) lot Furniture
Parlor Suite, Gas rixtures. Hall Tree.
Room Hugs. Pictures, Mahogany S'.deSoard.
Oak Extension Tables and Dlnlnc; ChalrB,
Krass Beds, Easy Chairs. Chi.tonisrs, Odd
Dresers, Davenport Easy Chairs. Horn
Comfort Kanse, Gas Range, Refrigerator
and other first-class articles.
A. A. SELKIItK i CO,
(808-12 Ohoufeau ve,
Tuesday, June 3d, at 10:30 A. M.
As above we will sell at auction with
out reserve, .".0 Casts of Imported Rhine
and Moscl Wines for account of Import
ers, on account of overimportation, hav
ing large Importation on the way and
wanting to remodel their wine cellars.
These wines are in original casks, about
40 gallons to the cask. Have bevii
cleared, are bottle ripe and guaranteed
pure. Goods will be sold on U. S. Gauger
certificate, strictly fine goods and mM
under the Importer's guarantee; it will
pay you to attend this sale.
A. A. SELKIRK & CO.,
1808-10-12 CHOUTEAU AVE.
REGULAR SATURDAY SALE
At our ralearooms every Eatnriay morning al
10:50 o'clock. In the- weekly sales we dispose of
Immense quantities of Furniture. Carpets. Stores
and other miscellaneous goods and articles. Our
location la central and tn attendance of buyers
A. A. SELKIRK & CO.
THE BIG PLACE ON THE HILL.
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY, Rain or Sbloe.
MATINEE AT S. EVEXETOS. ISO,
WORLD'S GREATEST GTMXASTS. 'J
THE POPULAR TENOR.
Brown, Harrison & Brown,
Greatest Cosaedr Trio en the Star.
ARNIM & WAGNER,
"OPERA EJ THB KITCHEN.''
ELEANOR FALK AND HER
HICKEY AND NELSON,
TWliiTID AXD TAXGLED.
COME AND LOOP THE LOOP.
ADJIISSIOJf TO OROTTNDS FREE.
PATTIJON 10c and Sc RESERVED SEAT3 50a
ONE NIGHT ONLY
TRA2CZ. HcKEE3 PRODUCTION OB"
fvYHLt btLLtW ciando nelnottc.
ElTTln ArCen. Maclm Artracklk
W. H. Thompecn. Edward AbIf r.
lira. W O. Jones. Brandon Tynaa. '
KAte Pt.tljcn Sdton. and N othn.
mces joc 75c n.oo. ti.n ana cm.
Satl on solo Thorsiaj. Jun 5.
HI6HEST AND COOLEST RESORT IH TOWN.
"Week BeElnnlnjj Tlila Afternoon
lt The Popular Mocolocne Artist. -"
SA1ITH & DDRETO,
Eccentric Comedy Sun. I
Morel Slnclnc Specialty.
ROYAL HUNGARIAN GTP5T ORCHESTRA,
Limited Encasement. Beginning; To-Day.
Second and Final Week or the
In New Specialties
Jaat arrlTetl from California, ten
fall-KroTrn ostriches. otr on cxblbl
tlon. Caennr'a Cafe?. The Electric Fonnfala,
Scenic RnllTrn. 311l,ray FeiitnreMi
l.OOO Free SenM livery tVeek-Dar
Sunday Matinee. bet pe-its 10c and roe NtRt
rrlc 13c. tic and I0-. IterTe.l Seat ."ale CM
caso and Alton TK ket OIScc. fclxth and Cl.ve jts
I y BEAUTIFUL
J ) S3 H "RL JL.
Ofera Peason Be sin
TO-NIGHT at 8:15. v
Spectacular Revival of lllllo'cker's '-,
W Lyric Artists. Orchestra of W.
Pricey. 2ic 50c. 'c; Sat, Mat.. 23c. &c.
Neit sma. Night. June 8 "liTSar htuder .
Seata at Cblcaco and Alton Railroad Ofilc
Scenic Railway. Steeplechase,
Old Hill Wheel. New Mdwaya
RESTAURANT AND lil'iTET IN " 3
THE DELMAR COTTAGE; "
Take Any Car Line.
'mirig's Cave 'iff?
Eiery Eve.. Sau and Sun. Mats.. Sc. Me, Tae.
HiiY HOWARD SfflSVSi;
ALL THIS 'WEEK.
TJIHKC IOST HHOTIli:il,
FIFI FLA311IKAC. i
Harry Eerton. De itea & waton. r.erwan tc
Flannlgan. Nellie Sylvester. Mildred Howard t
rirev and HariCB A. Pe&rL
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