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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAT. JANUARY 24, 1901.
Wff i ? V Hf Prizes were won by Miss Mueller and Mr. Sli-innian. The nmrolution prize was rIv-e-n to Jl'ys Jennie Mueller. The members aie: 311-SCP Ulcanor Mueller, Ann.i WnMi. Mario Byrne. - Ueurjrli 1'ovvcrs, 31cicurs It. O. FteJnman, li 'Welrlm.in. K- W. I-'lnhr. Stella Clare. Jennln Mueller, Hess Hi rue. J. Tt. Morrissey, J. K. Uvrne. T. J. UurKIn. .X. A. Stock, The twentieth annual military ball and reception of the Ralmrater Rifles v. ill bo Ik Id th's 5 ear at the Hamilton Hotel on I'chrnaiy li This ball promises to be equally as wnjov ,rl f not more so. as in former eais. for the memlK-rs nre sparing no efforts in miking arrangement!! calcu luted to entertain their friends. The fol lowing 1. dies are patronesses: ModJines .VKI!o!, Claude MeKlwee. C. r lllankc, Jtoberl K. lUnsen. C. II. Haraes Kr:i?t Scr.oerr, M. .1. Gilbert. J. li Kcnny -. II. Phillips, The riomdor.1 Huchrp Chib mis enter tained Thurfi.iy evening bv Mrs W M. Xenzie of No. Soutli Mont re e .ve nue. The Ursa prize was won bv Mr-. 11 3lurrav. the fconil by Mrs. I.uby the third by Miss Nimri Moor. the fourth by Mrs. 1 DcUinoy. The other members pn -nil were MNss ISeesi i Rnlh. Aun.i llille-w Lizzie Iuli). Anna On oil -Mj.Mno Odonell. Tdrs M. WaMi. A I'opulnr AMnicr H seorl. This se.ihon -v III ,ui-p.tss dll its prrde-c'-rtis in number nd sncl.il prominence of its vjvitor-, v-.liu .ire .inivirs d illy nt Asbexillv, N c The drives and Rolf trounds J.ovv notable mue.'se of arriv ols in the list two iveiks. Several kuii Cins paitles v.ho li.tv been out have le tunirsl with an abund.inee of game The Kittcry 1'arfc Hotel and the Manor re I ort unusually ;rood booklncs. anions them a numlitr of prominent families vv!y Mill May until June An interesting pro fit. imme of entertainment-, musicales, to., hao been arranged by the man "Seincnt of both hotels IMIIISOMI. mi:vtiox. Mr. and Mrs O. W. I'oss of KariKts City lmve returneil to St. IojU and have nkm apaitments at Hotel ueers lor the V Inter. Mr and Mrs. it. M. Qulglcy of Hope, yirK . arc at noiei i;eers. Mrs. V. Jrvvett Gilbert of Xo. .T9C3 Del mar boulovnnl Is vivStiiifr her daughter. Mrh. William U. Dunham, of Xew Ito cliel'r, N. V. Mr. and Mr--. I". H. Harris are occupj b; apartments at Hotel Beers. Mr. and .Mrs. N'elson of Xew Vork are Sucsts at Hotel Ileere. I he Ml--fes 1)111 ee and Cole of Alton, Ill are guests at ilotel IJeer. Pesti.s .1. v'aili nccompanlcd by bis tlausbler. Mis Htiila Wade, villi depart io-tla for th riist. Thev will bo to Old Voiiit Comfort th latltr part of thU vv eek. s Doctor Pi&ul.llu II. Albrecht, who lias leni in.Kurope for over a jear, has re turned to bis St. Louis home, Xo. TG3 Vt.-tmiiifter place. KflMCV.OUI). Mrs H.ijre. vvlio was Miss LHa Kins, departed Thursday for her home in. Xew York. Durins her rtay here Mrs. Hajncs lias been much entertained. She was the i;uet of honor at a, luncheon at Mrs. Wjl lls King's Saiunlay and at a reception at 31 r. Charles King's 'Wednesday. Mrs. Tr.ink W. Suck entertained a number of cliildien Sutunliy afternoon In honor of her little daujhtrl, Marj. Among thoe present were lillz.i Mullen. Marie Muniane. Imosen Mudd. Kosa Blanke meler, 1'anlel Murncne, t'rban Mudd, JTiot IUankcKtc'er and Orville Fuck Mr". John S Coll ns gve a small dinner Part;. Saturdev vnJnc to I'rofe-or W It jlcrrion of Kansas Ot. who has come to St I.nuis to t: ke charse of the Mc Klnlev Hlcii ?cb.L Covers were laid for Fix and the.- who enjojed the evenliiK were Mr. nnd Mrb. Collins. Mr. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. It. G. Klnkcad and Jliss Harriet Collins. The Gles Club is rehearslnc for another , jJiin. "The Maiden and the Tar." It is fuie work of some or the Kirkwood men: l.V.C U. Itatter Is the eoinpo"er while the lil".J!i'iJhp work of Ij. J), llutter. James Abraham Mvl U II. Dougherty. The or chestration 1" bv C. I.. McClure. a. member rf the Orpheus Orchestra. All the soloists are -oclety men Among them D G 15ar stow. It. T Dearon. 1M P. McEnnis. Geore Traccy and Walter II. Hewn. The Kirkwood I or nichtly Club m. t Fri day morning at 10 o'clock at the home of Mr. G P Dickson, on the Collins road. .The ladles spent the day t-cwlng for the lxnefit of .the vacition playsround.-. The Kirkwood Monday livening Club will be entertained to-morrow at the home if Mr and Mrs. .lames 13. Wilde. Mr. I'. J. V. Fl.ilT of th World's r.ilr will read a pai er on "HxpoItlon Huiidlng." 5lr. and Mrs. Divis Hlggs have taken the fnnilxlicil house of Mr. and Mrs. Ar thur c Ilrent for the winter. Mrs Uebecca Hazard l entertaining her Fist-r .Mis Hobert". who will spend th5 rest of the winter here. Mr. Herenlce Crumb "W.vcr gave the third and last ncltal of her course at llollman's Monday afternoon. The eholr of the 5Iethodit Church will riit'g a cantata. ."The l'rlnce of Peace," this evening. Among the members are Mbses Young Thnxtnn. Williams. Wilson, jp.i Wilson, Itrashear and Ulnck. Wl llam O. Alv 1 the organlot. and theie will be a violin obllEato bv Mrs. Seaton. The Piano Club will bold its third open meeting Monday afternoon at the High Srhool. Mrs. Henry G- Wer will read a pler on "Gennnn Music" iri:nsTi:n cjrovks. Mr llelow, a sister of Kugenc Tlcld, 1 It- visiting Mrs. II. C. Simmons. . The Reverend Mr. Calkins, who was ex pected to fill the pulpit of the Congrega tional Church during January, has been detained bv the Illness of his wife. He ex pects to preach to-day. The Hcvcrend J. H. Garrlton of St. Louia has been taking the place. The Debating Club will have a general FINAL FORCING OUT OF WINTER GARMENTS TO-MORROW WILL BZ THE MOST SENSATIONAL SALE ST. LOUIS SHOPPERS EVER SAW Ladles' Jackets, made of all-wool Zibelinc Cleth, lined throughout with satin, or of all-wool kersey, trimmed with shoulder caoes and satin straps O! f ttCS former price R Jlonday marked Choice: of anv 523.00, SS.OO and JMCO Coat ToOdorrovv Choice or any Opera Coat In the hou-e some worth JE3.W To-3Iorrow All remaining Ladles' and Jlisses' Winter Suits worth up to S15.0-To-Morrow All remaining Ladles' and 3Ilsses' Winter Suits worth up to $23 CO To-3Iorrow rua All Fur Scarfs, former price $3.00 Monday -All Fur Scarfs, former price $S(-Monday , AHFur.Soarf''' former price $10.00 Monday All Fur Scarfs which we're marked $13.00 Jlonday..... MUST J3I.50 S2.98 $3.98 $5.98 UNDERMUSUNi CORSET and INFANTS1 WEAR DEPARTMENTS ,e ror Lauies oovvns of good quality muslin, joke or Uickh and emtfoid- ered Insertion, all slice; v worth eje-Monday.(l OOC ,- ,-t ... n. v..... ... . tee. VronT U ol ' W ,i.ii . ir,lt?v?rlm0m.M!St m,J4or v..,..'..-. .- ';.-',--- . mm. w w worth TSc-itonday.. ' ,r XjwkJSSMKpmtK VQnfc MISS MAY Xo 4376 Wc: debate ilcmVv night en parllamcntary law. Mrs A. M. Tellows cntertalrel at lunch eon Wedneedav The following tulles were present. Mmcf. It. A. Allen. W. Jager. F II. Itooth. L. It Illplev. J. D. Itlplej. H. C. Watrou. Horner. Windsor. I-ockr. Coner. C L. Martin and H. C. Wright. The MoKdcy Club was In charge of Mis. It. I. MacArthur chairman of the Cur rent Topic Section The Rev rend Henry V.'. Wizner. sspi rintendent of St. hte phen's Social Settlement told of hlo work among the poor In the vicinltv of Seventh and Itutger -treef 111$ n-sistant. Mlv. Marv Stev. art Turner. rrr-r.t: ,f T.ni,inn followed with a paper en "Social Settle ment" work. MI M'ldien Allen, v ho his been at the Jewih Hospital on IMmar avenue for several weeks, ha gone to the home of her sister. Mrs. Lon Harper, In Hast St. Louis. I'EKRl M).. A party was given on Mon Jay afternoon by Mrs. H. S. Condie to her little daugh ter. Bertha. Among the children present wcro Elizabeth ami Xnncv Lee Darst. Douglass and Lawrence Condie. Jliss Emma Jessup returned last week from Defiance. O.. where she has been is itirs relatives. i Jlrs. Marv C. Larkin has been entertain ing her niece. -Mrs. Mary McQuade. of fat. Iouis. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Jack of St. Louis have been the g ictts of Mrs. Jack's mother. .Mrs. E. D. Itichardstin. Ml-s Anna McColloch and .Miss White of St. Jjiufs have Lcen the gueats of Mrs. Docsat3 Lajton. Mr. and Mrs William IJ. Rryant and family returneI last week from Denver. Colo., whciu thej have been spending a month. Mirs Marj" rjvell i visiting Mrs. J. W. Pollard of Lincoln County. .Missouri. Mrs. Harvey Payne of Parsons, Ka., Is the guest of her slter, Mrs. Walter Winn. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Page entertained a number of friends on Thursday evening. Mrs. Thomas D. Condie has, been enter taining Mr. and Mis. Frank Ieavltt and Mr. and Mrs Clarence W. Condie of St. Louis. Mr. H. J Webb has been visiting friends in St. LonK Miss Louise Chapman, who bar. been the guest of her couia Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Chapman, jeturned last week to her home in Calunn Mrs Herbert L ConJIe left on Friday for Chicago, where she will spend a week vMtlng relatives. Mr. and Mi. r. 31. Allen entertained the Camden Place Euchre Club on Tues day evening. Among tho-e present were: Jlr. and 3Irs. K G. Jordan. -Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Christine. .Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Condie, 3lrs. Christine Hutchinson, 3Irs. K. D. Hlchaidson an J 3Ir. and 3Irs. T. II. Sprinkle. The prizes were von by Mrs. Tobin and Mrs. Spelnkle. The Sature'ay afternoon Club was enter tained bv 3Ir. Patterson Bine. Among those present were 3Irs. Jason Ldnlck, 3Irs. Calvin Case. Miss Julia Case. Sirs. Christine Hutchinson. 3Irs- It, G. Jordan, 3Irs. K. 31 Heard 3lrs. R. n. Sprinkle, Mrs. Carl Ludeking. 31 rs William Chaji tnaa. 3Irs. George S. Catc and 3Irs. Chas. Bonnett. A luncheon was given on Thursday by 3IIss II W. Janls. Among the guests were 3Irs. Oscar Held, Jr., 31 rs. c. A. Brier. Jliss Helen Janls pnd Mii Vir ginia Reid. Mis. c. A. Breler entertained the Wednesday Euchre Club. The lirst prize was won by 3Irs. Clarence Littlmore. the second bv 3frs. H. 31. fchockley, the third by 31rs. r, D. Illchardson. Cards ijre out for a reception to be given net Saturday evening bv 3Ir. and Mm. Leverett Chase ill honor of Doctor and 3Irs. I)u Bois of Xew York. A tea was given by Mr. Chase on Thursday afternoon for the benefit ofi the Epircopil Chinch. Among the guests weie: 3Imes. Hobert Clifford. Harry C. Carr. C. B. Adams. A. S. Pace, Et C. Held, 0car Iteid. Jr.: It. G. Jordan, Geo. Sejmour, Frank Lcavett, Lawrence Day, SaMi Iidlos' All-WoolKei-sey Jacket-, alt colors, clo-e. tilting or with fitted backs, all satin llneil-worth Q OR J12.0C will be forced out Jlondav at 99aS7C2 ladies' AU-Wool Corset Coats; ladles' AU-Wool Halt-llttel Cape Coats; tallies' 42-Inch Long Coats, &C fC all satin lined-worth $13 00-To-JIorrow OiUU Ladles' Swell Cape Jacsets with fitted backs, QQ :U1 satin lined-worth J13.00 To-JIorrow 55 90 v?4C.p70 SsS.OO 826.00 LADIES' SUITS IN FOUR LOTS $500 SS.50 All Ladles' and Misses' Suits formerly JOUW and J32.30TO-Jlot row Ladies' Suits worth $30.00. $00 00 and up to $S5 0 To-31orron FL.Y MONDAY All $lfi.50 to SJiOO Fox Scarfs ft 7 QQ marked Jlonday IrXtO All Fox Bois which were tilt flO $23 O0-JIonday $!.J0 Ladles' Electric Seal Jackets OO Eft worth SlOOO-JIonday $Ci3U Ladles' Electric Seal Jackets OC nil worth $30.003Ionday WftOiUU MONDAY BARGAiNS 69e for Indies' Umbrella Skirts of flne cambric; have deep knee flounce, trimmed with tucks and embroidery, also dust mine: worth $1.00-ftQ Monday. OoC S. for Ladlcs"Umbrella Drawers and SA'JJ01?. trimmed m lac-s. em- Miuiuerr. or ncmstitciiintr nrm-. w -worth joe Monday OC aownr r Pnotograph bv Gerhard Sisters. CO! XCI1.L. ?t 3Icrgan street. Walter Winn. Mi-.s Agnes Unlvvlck, Belle Itanet. Julia and George Ca-e. ji:i;si:vii.i.i. The Misses Julia, and 3Iary Bane have returned fiom St. Lotili. Jirs. George W. Herdman and daugh ter. 3Iiss Eflie Herdman. have returned Horn Alton. Mr. and 3Irs. it 1 Day were visitors in St Louis last week. 31rs. A. D tvis of Kane. 11! . was the guest of Jerseyvllle frlehds Ian week. Mrs. S. 11. Hot. man was a recent visit or In St Louis. 3Irs. W. E HolUnd and 3!iss Lulu 31c-Ke-e heanl the Kneiel Quartet at the Odeon In St. Louis on Tuesday evening. The 3Iarilcd Ladles' Club was entei talnrd on Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Burnett. 3Irs. C C Harney was a visitor in Kane, 111 . last week. 3Irs. William Itue has returned from Srringfield. 111. 3Irs. Charles Slatcn was a recent visitor m St. LouLs. Mr". J. EL Jones of Delhi. 111., was the gufst of Jerseyv llle friends on Mondsy 3Irs. F. IUtehman Ins returned to St. Louis after i-Itir.g Jerscvville friend. 3Iis Ljdia Donnely has returned from Alton. 31is Tannic Wet has gone to Carroll ton. 111. 31!-s Ij. Cameron has returned to Chi cago after visiting JerseyvlIIe frlnil. 31r. and Mrs. I.-aac D. Snedckcr were in St. IjouLs 3Ionday evening. Jliss Fay Warren entertained the mem bers of the Browning Club on Friday evening of last week at duplicate whist. 31iis Ellzat-eth Doenges gave a birthday p-irtv on Ffidnv evening. Jliss Xellle Dnan Is in Carrollton. III. 31rs. Charles Starr has gone to Water loo. Ill 3Ir. E. Christopher has gone to Glrard. 111. to visit with Jlrs. Tietsort. Mrs. A. M. Slaten entertained 31rs, Thomas A. Caso of Ottervllle, IIL, last w eek. 3Ilss Carrie Powell has gone to Fidel ity. 111. 3I1S9 Fannie Catt entertained on Friday evening of last week. 3trs. H. Xf Wyckort has returned from Upper Alton. airs. Ed D. Grcggs has returned from St. Louis. The Misses Harriet Shephard and 3Iaude pquicr weie ibitora III St. Louis on last Wednesday. 3Irs. I Brunner was In Ilelltrcss, 111., last week. 3Irs. W. Ij. Brown is entertaining Miss Dora Ashlock of JIadison. 3Irs. FrevI Cable of St Iyjuis was a Is itor In Jerrcy-UHe last week. Mrs. B. F. Statdi of Upper Alton was a vl-ltor in Jer-cyville last week. 31r. and 3Irs. J. E. lloberts of St Louis were the guests of Jlrs. Katherlne Ulish in Jelsevville last week. 3I1S. John Chappell of Delhi, III., was a recent visitor in Jerejville. Jlrs. George Egelhoff of JlcClusky. 111., was the guest of Jcrseyvllle friends on Saturdav. 3Irs. Emma Updike has gone to St. Louis. , ,. 3Irs. Tliomas W. Butler was a visitor In St. Louis last week. Mr. James JIurphy has returned to Kane. HI, after visiting Jersej-jille fi lends. . , 31ss Bessie Spears Is a visitor In St. Louis. Jtrr. L. M. Cutting i entertaliilns 3Irs. Charles Casey of Chicago. Miss 3Iorrls has gone to Carrolllon after vlrltlni; Jersejvlllo friend". 3irs. Wllli'im U Seott has gone to St. Louts to visit with Jlrs. C. Cockrell. 31rs. J. H. Walthrop has relumed to Alton after visiting Jerevvllle fi lends. Jlr. and 31rs. K. II. Anlhwert have gone to Iowa. ALT0. Mrs. Lvman Bunker has returned to Jloberlv-. "3Io . after visiting 3Ir. and 3Irs. E. JI. Brnshier In Upper Alton. Jlrs T. A. Tavlor entertained the Wom an's council Friday afternoon at her home In Franklin street. Jlr. and Jlrs. Clifford Covle of Buffalo. X. Y.. are visiting relatives in Alton. ST GO $15.00 $25.00 LADIES' SKIRTS REDUCED Ladles' Walking Skirts, worth 1 OQ $100-3Iondey 5li30 Ladies' Walking Skirts, worth O OO $G.C0 3Ionday ti9U Ladies' Voile Sk'rts, worth f AD $12.&-Monday 9fif0 Ladies' SUk-llned Voile Anil flfl Skirts-. worth $35.0-MondaytUiUU 9c for tallies' Cambric Corset Covers, tight-fitting, well made, all 0. sizes; worth 13e Jlonday aC ... r m .. . , , " rr R- & . Corsets, only 10 do"" '"tr they are of best' coutllle, straight front, whlto or drab, all sizes? -worm slui nhite 490 they last Monday Mr. and 3!rs. Charles Young were visit ors In Vandalla. 111.. Ia-t week. 31iss Alice Ferguson of Sf. Louis was a visitor In Alton last week. 31rs. JIary L-jughboroua.il has returned to Kansas e'it. .Mo., after an exte-nded visit in Upinr Allen. Jlr.s. Hllza Gohrrnm U cntertnining Mr-. Lends life or Slater. Mo. 3ll-es Lillian Dudley and Sue Lowe are visitors In St. Louis. 3Irs. August Luer departed Tue-dav for San Francl-co. Oil , where she will re main a monlh. Jliss Carrie Htrt is visiting re-lalives in Chicago. 3Irs. J. B Thomas has returned to Pitts burg after visiting Jlr". M A. 3brltz In Alton. Jlrs. L. P. Cooper i enter .lining 3!'s. 31 E Blown of Louisian i, Jlo. .Mrs. John Mali" is entertainlpg Jliss Jlargartt Kirnn f Sprlngt'clil 111- JIKs Ellie Kiowan has icturned to JIadi son after visiting Jli-s Edith Low rv In Ft per Alton Jlrs Cordelia Ednaids eutertaieed Jlcn dav evening with n ei'chio tiartv .Mrs E. JI. Ilo-.nian has remincd from a month's sta at Colorado Spring. Colo Jli-s Alice Bowman gave a cinch naity Saluida afternoon at her home in Twelfth stre-et in honor if her guet-. JIIes StodJaid and Davi of Jlildlclor.n. Conn. ' -Mr-, It i: F?vor'te of A'lanti. 111., is the guest ni the K-vernd rail Jlrs T. X. Jlar-h In I'pper Alton 3Irt-. Green Parler Is visi'.lng in St. Loul-. 3Irs. Geo-ge Hunt gave a reception 3Ion dav evening at her hone m Itldge stre-et. Jlr and Jlrs. P. W. Cos le gave a recep tion and dince TLeday evening at Hotel M.idlon In I on r of Jlr. and Alls-. C. D. Cojle of Buffalo. X. Y. Mrs. Sidney B. Usker and JIl-s I."vhe entertained at card- Tmvd.iy afteinoou in lienor of Jlr-. llnriv Ij-vhr of St. Louis. 3Ir and 3It-. Fred Schmidt are visiting in SprinafleH. II:. JII-s Itce Zimmerman of Cairo. 111., U visiting in Alton Jlrs. John Lock is visiting Jlrs. A. C. Walls In Chicago. Jlrs William Jtolhr Intirtalned the Hol ly Club Wednesctay afternoon. Jliss Angle Dv.iie ins returned to Qulncj 111.. aftr being the guest of 3Irs. II. P. Hodgers. 3lr. and -Mrs. W. II. Parilsh are enter taining Jlrs. G. W Herdman of Jerses vllle. Ill Jlr-. 31 A. Brown Is visiting in Peo lia. III. Jlrs G. Taphorn lia- returned from a fortnight's vi-it In Car'!-!.- 111. 3Ir. and Jlrs. G. Gliding are entertain ing Mr-. H. E Asliin of Chicago. Mrs. J. W. Halloni has icluined from a fortnight's visit in St Louis. Mrs. George 31. Lsvis entertained the I'pper Alton Woman' Club Tue-day aft ernoon at her home tn Garden street. .Pa pers were read bv JImes. 1 T. Castle and T. It. JIurphv. Jlrs. E. A. Iyonard is visiting Jlrs. J. E Jlay la Chicago. Jliss Kate viiou left Friday fur Teas. Jlrs I. n. ltvrle has returned to Granite Clt.v Hf.rr vlsiiing ielat'ves in Alton. Jirs. J II. Veager nitertalned Tuesday afternoon at her home in Landon ctreet. JIIs Xellle Iine Is entertaining Jlisv IOnm.i P.lschofT of Belleville. Miss Luclle liodgers deiiarted Tuesday foi JIariana. Ark. Jlrs .Miles It. 'I Ittcrliiston of Jersey ville was a vl-itor in Upper Alton last week Jlrs. Jl. 1,. Carter is visiting in Jercy ville. Jlr-. Louis Lowles- Is entertaining Jliss Helle Low loss of Salem. HI. .Mr". 1. A. I-ictter has le'urned from a week's visit in Spriii2tic!d. Hi. Jlr. and Jlrs Thomas Burns of Jersev villo were vlsitois in Alton last week. ST. CHUtl.ES, 3IO. Jtr and Mr- G. VV. Cltlpbv entertained a number of frteni'a nt their heme i n llentcn avenue Saturda evening In honor of the third anniversary or their marriage. Among those tree-nt were Mr. and Mrs. j angler. Mrs D. It H'jsee. Mr. and Jlrr. I"rancts Htcker. MNs IionmccKt cf L lrfiuts, JIisens Jlar. iniiabeth anil JIarloa I'ontll. Mln Mane ilruern, Jlr. eiaud fcMwartla and KolTrt Powell of this city nmt Mr Will Ulcharils ef i-t. louls. Mr and Jlr Heiio lllan'itenshlx. were. In St. Louis Monday visiting frleiwls. Miss slusii: Auilialn and Jibs Xellle Dor lrniuo imve returned home frcm a visit to friends In ft Louis Air. and Jlrs e". K. Ftrathmin were In St. Iym.s Mintlay visiting relatives. Miss I.utl'' Daushrrty is visiting Jlr. and Mrs. JI I)suchert near Pattcnvllle. St, Iajui CVurty. Jlr Airnfs Alexander, nccomranled by her ron Percy, and ll'omas I'avanash. have re turned home from Old Mexico, win re they snent two neekR- Lteutenant JamV 1. Tourle. in the United Ftntcs Army, nrrlved here Sunday evening fmm Fort Kiev ens. Ore, and remalnej untlt Tueidny with rcllttve. ire was on his wa to Jen York, wheie he has lsen assigned to const dul Mrs. eeorco P. Tlajer entertained the seniors ef LtndenwooJ Collece. at her home on West Madison street Saturday afternoon. The parlors vrete decorated Willi tile class colors. Mix Annie Ukxlmum entertained the Younir Ijldlcs sjcletjr o the Lutheran cliurch Pun day afternoon at her home on Seventh and Monroe streets., at which time the following of fleers were elected tor the enduing ear. President. Jltsa Tilllo Koelllnjt: vice president. Miss Ida Ilollrah: secretory, Jliss Helena ll3edker; treasurer. Jliss lliida tandfort. Tnd next meeting or the clul will be held at the home ef Miss Alma Ilacivman. Mrc II. Iteck lett Tue-day evening for I3r: tVorth, lex. where' slid will remain a month with rclatlieo ard friends. Mirs Annie lioue of Alton. Ill , has been vis llini Jliss Hilda llackman. Tho Thimble Club will he entertained Frldav aflernoon by Mrs II. T Kenierer at the rectory t the Trinity Episcopal Cnure-h on llenton avenue. Jits J. It Robertson of Woodland, St. Louis Count. has been v!itlns her sister. Jlrs. Jlar tln I Comnnn. her :Ms week. Jlrs W. t Davis of M. Louis Is a KUest of her sister. Mr". G. W". Uruce. at St. Chart's Jlllltary cvdlege Mrs. Roljert Blackhavv entertained the la dles' Aid Soilet of the Fifth street Methodist rhiirch Tl urday afternoon at her homo in Jlaln street. Jlrs. II. II Meed entertained the Ladles' Aid Society or the .lertersoli Mriet l'ristiiterlsn Church Fridav nftcrnoon at her home on Fourth and Olnrk streets. iterrthmtnts were nerved and a pleasant afternoon was stent. Jlr. I.ouU Hinge entertained she Ladle' Kuchre Cluli Thurtvlay afternoon and the HlRh Five Cluli in the evenlrf. Mls (tussle .Miller of Augusta was visiting fi lends hen Saturday. Miss Maude Wlig'Ield cf Forlstell was a. suest or Jlrs. Jt I Cumain In this city last batunla ... Miss Jlargaret JIahoney or St. l?uls has been visiting the JIIses ltlnee In tM- city. Mr. F w. Iloesch or UurlinKton, In.. I a cuert of her perent, the Ileveiend and Mrs. Charles Koltkamp of this cltj. Jlrs. GeorKC C Grucneuald of bt. Loula has lecn visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ivnils ltlnae. here. ST. JOSEIMI, MO. MUs liertha. Lyaght Is In St. LouK the guest rf her slter, Jlrs. JIaurieo 1'. Murphey. Jlrs J V. Gowerai-d Jlrs. W. .V, JIcAlhster Visited Kansas City friends this week. Jlr. i F. Van Natta. Jllsa Iiulse an Natta and Jliss Berenice Wycth will po to Cali fornia In February to spend me remainder or thw winter. . . . . .t Jliss Rossi of Kansas City Is a nuest at the home or her brother, John Itos'i, No. 1031 Felix Jlrs" JIary K. Overbeck has rone tn Hot Springs. Ark., ror a vilt of a month or two with friend-. ... . . , Jlr. and Mrs. W. II. I.hrltth entertained In formally Tuesday evening at theln home In honor of Jlr. and Mrs, Leo V. Westheimtr ef Clncnnatl , . , a ienn.ie.ir ,!ance n.ia Riven by the Breaker Cluli at C!umtla Hall to-night. Jlls Iti,se Bombeck of cirrollton Is tho Kuest or her brother, Jlr. U. I Bombeck. Jlr". F. Louis Jlorn or New York Is the Kuest f Mrs. John A. Duncan. Jlrs odls Flick attended the marriage of a relatlvo la Atch'on this week. The membership of Christ Church gave a re ception In the Sundav-school room Vedncday evenlng for Mhot llreVver ot Jlontnna, vho visited here part or the week. Mrs. Annie Jlalltn and Mrs. Emma Baker ef McCool Junction Neb . are the Kuests cf their bioiher. Jlr. A. I:. W'hltaker. Mrs. J. D. Smith has returned from a short stay hi St. I.OUIS. Jlr. r A. Erken has gone to Sioux City, la.. where he will enrnite 111 business. It: It. I'alklns ts making a tour of tne llast. Jliss Annie Salmon or Clinton. Mo., la the. guest of her cousin. Miss Llzzlo Turner. JOI'LI.N, .MO. JImes Will F. Halyard. Edimrd Danuertield and T. B. Jenkins gavou reception at thu home of Jlrs Halvnrd 'IhursJav afternoon. Jliss TllPe Dorfeldt entertalreil a number or her f fiends at a leap-jear party at the home cr Mr. and Mrs George H. Itedcll Jlonday evening. The event was given In henor of Jtlss Hattle Hollman of Nersho. The guesia were JIIsks Nina Wise, Clara Paul, Jane I'aul, Charlotte llregr. Jlarla Hftrada, Harriett richer. Annette JIurphJ. Nannie Allen. Dot Dennis. Nell ltenfrow. Sallie Halyard, Ells lleeier. Jtessrs. and Jtm-s. A. Itoy ruller. H. I'. Holmes A. n. Bcndelarl. I F. Ballard. D C Wise. Messrs. Ilajwood Scott, Italph Itoi t c. Talbott Schmue-k, 1 rank Lennan, K. w Brown. Austin Allen. F. M. sharp, o Mann. J. M. II. "voung. : Coburn. A, Ballard Bert Stiles. J. Dwyer nnd Morwmvnted Jlr -and Jlrs. A. II. Walte and Jlr. and 'Mrs. A. B. Leonard entertained at whist at the home of the former Monday evening. The tmesis were Messrs. and Mmes. A. n. rtoceis B. W. Ljon, B. L. Love. J. lu Amsden' J. D. Peirer. O D. Royce. a. E. Gray. J. 1 Walker. Hugh Jlrlndoe. John K. Stephens v H. Steams. E. Webster. H, II. Bail. T. " Tranks, A. It. Snjder. U F. Miller. II i: Kingsbury. 1. G. Wear. W, J. Allen, c.v Hartlett. It A. Clark. C.M. Spring (J. n. Re-lell. D. Hoover. J. F. Wise. J. 1:. Pearson, J. II. Spencer an.l Jtrs. Millie Porter. MM Nell noach entcrtaln-d at her heme. No. 521 Gray avenae. Friday evening In honor Ot her friend. Miss Cordelia Hinckley, of Ga lena. Kas The cuests were Mlse rvim Knn- lena, Kas. sum, irKiiiio. iiuuji mii ..ireaer, tiYa ies alck. Anna.Brown. Mabel Elliott, Bemle Vaw- nin, Virginia Ruby, Lizzie Meeker. Eva Mes- ter, cieo -mormon, umei rarnnatn. Messrs: Adolph Kline. Arthur Warren. Frank Spald ing, Ray Bond. Matthew Aubuchon. Orville Jefferles, John Null, Artnur Roach and Archie Leake Mix Eleanor Wagner has returned to St. Loula to attend school. Mrs. .Fred W. Lav-der. I spending a few weeks with minds and relatlsrs In St. Louis. Mrs. M. M. McCanr of iDenrer, Colo., Is v! lling her-sister. Mr.,John'Mlanir. In Joplln. Doctor and Mrs. J. D. Iefer have returned Professor- Georg II Lodd, srhd will havo cnargr ox uie ausroun zoinerai exnioil at " Loulsiara Purchase Kxpocltlon. va in Juplln JPmila loklnjr after material for tlv UI-t4. Jlr. Oeorg1 JlltchcP. a nimbr cf the repor torial Ksff f tse Topeka Jo una!, was in Jop lln tlte ii-st of tho v.eck, the BUf5t ui JIHs Charlutte irrsc. ItolMrrt Wiff&tr- of Kansas rity was the gust cf Ms -iTtfi Mrs. K. A. Sailtli. VV")ncay. JIIs Nflll Iloaslin.l .it Aiiiorn. Jin. vlsltnt thl week with Jtlfn VMtllc MiCallum. from a tria of p.-vf-al weeks' Uuratlon In the Ulist Jtr. Ilen- KMnruiur lias relurnetl from an extPinled vt-lt in (Srand l"and, K JIUh ltlaaelie Itevnold- luv returned to her bmne In M J0-"i'l after a vrttk's vlIt wltl relatives fn .topltli. lln V ! II it? ef st ty'uN is the sueft or her nauchter Vrs I i" Wood. Jlr" VV F Wi'ba.n ct Kansas nty Is the Ei'mt .if trs iiaKnt.", Mr. ami Jlir. Cnarles F. CTelUr ftevirend 1" J K'lllv or st l'eter'i" Calli dllr e'huren vl-Itd frlenJa In bt. Ijuls lh l!.t of tie rl Jlr I' II llarll'tt rf JefTerson Cl- was In Jbplli Jleriiaj uad TiKfJaj. the ipieat cf fiiendt PRICE OF SERUM HAS DECLINED Jhiimfai'tiirci's nf Diphtlifiia An titoxin .Make '2'.) lVi- Out Ke diu'tion in l of Cotuen tiatcd (Jrauc Duiinj: Vear. No rise In the price of dippbtherla anti toxin 1 as been msi'e In St Lou's, and w bo!c-ale druggists s.ij ii)at t10 prices for the ret grade of antitoxin are ma terially lower than tliej win list jear. Only oi.e change Jins l ( n made by the manufacturers of the serums, and that has been to cease mauufacturlns cheap serum The puces quoted for the serum of "XX" or "fonciiitialcii" grade have twke been tediiced hi the past jear. and the concentrated scrum can now be bought for almost the former price of the stand ard, ot unconcentrated. gride, which is no longer made bv either of the films that manufacture a Isige put of the serums made in the I'nitel Stalls. "I have found no cvdome of a com bine," slid the Inner for one or the latge lecal wholesale bouses je'-ierdav. "except peihapi an r;r ment between the largest imnufacttnet.s to confine th. ir ffortj to the improvement of the most concentrat ed grade, and to stop making the les con centrated "A comparison of prices between those elia'gcd last jear and the new prices shows a drop In price of a per cent for tie grade mn-t often used, and this drop has continued along the whole line. For the 3.9C0-unlt serum ns It Is called the piesent price is f.1 a bulb of the concen trated tpj.illt.v white the fevrmer price for the same fctnde was $173. The former price of th- unconcentrnted rrura was $.-! a urdu. "The great advantage in the ue ot the conoontrnltd squint ts- the smaller bulk it occupies, and that' the phvsltiau does not hare to inject as much llouid to get the effect. There will be no chance of a physician ii-itig the weaker grade under the impulsion that It is the stronger, since there is now but one grade." 1uv.il phjsiclaiis whose practice is among poor people wne much wrought up over the rumor of a rle in price, for they often buj serum flora their own re sources, knowing that they mav never lecelvc pay for it but there has been no ri-e in prices, thev- say nt the retail stores, where their purchases ure made. No rise In price charged the St. Louis Health Department has been made in the last month, nor has any notice or a rise been sent them from the wholesale deal ers from whom they buy. SPECIAL CAPIERA CLUB DAY. Photographers From Many Places to Visit the World's Fair. A special dry at the Ijoulsiana Purchase ExpoVtion will bet -ct aside for amateur plrotographcrj. the initiative In the matter of securing It having been taken by the Jlisscuri Amateur Camera Club, which was recently organized In this city nnd vvljeh now has a membership of more than ltX). Ths club Is outgrowing lta pres ent quarters in the Allen building, at Xo. 1 Xorth Broadway, and efforts are being made; to secure new rooms, which will af ford space tor clubroom, studio and dark room. It Is the purpose of the club to properly ertertain the members of other clmilar organizations from different parts of the country, vvho will come to St. Louis dur ing the World's Fair. William Ilurton. secretary of the club, who hap been In corre-iondence with World's Fair oSlclals about the setting aside of ono day for nnviteur photogra phero. has been ass.urcd that a sneclal Hte can be arranacd for. In this connec tijn Jlr. Burton says the cltlti has great plans for the proper observance or tho dvy. publicity to which will be given later. It is intended to make it one of the most Important days of the whole Exposition. MRS. GROHE IS EXONERATED. .Judge Conviiued Slie Was Inno pent of Petit Larceny Charge. Judge Jliure. in the Court of Criminal Correction jeslenlay. rendered his opin ion In the case of 31rr. Lena Orohe. lie has had the case under consideration for ten ilajs. Judge Jloore discharged the defendant. Jlrs. Grohe was cl.'argod with petit lar ceny, the wrlvatd detective or the Grand leader dcpartmelit store having sworn out a warrant against her In which It was alleged that she had stolen articles valued at $14 from the store on Decem ber 2L 3trs. CJtohe ilenbil the charge, and de clared that she ban paid for all the arti cles. She brought into court several well known men, among them A. A. Buseii, John Schroers and Doctor Robert Luedc kiug to testify .-is to her character. All simke highly of her. and the testimony she adduced tended to convince the Judge that she was Innocent of the charge. TO RAISE COLLEGE FUNDS. Hebrew Scholars Will Address Jleetiuj,' at Shnaie Einelh. Distinguished Jewish theologians and scholars will nddicss a meeting in Temple Shaare nmeth this evening, which is held for the purpose of raising funds for Isaac 31. Wie Jlemorlal Fund In the endowment of National Hebrew College of Cincinnati. Among thoe who will speak are the following: Doctor Knufmnn Koiiler, president of the college; Doctor Joseph Kraunkopf of Philadelphia, the Heverend Charles Levi of Peoria, III.; the Heverend Doctor David Pliillpsou of Cincinnati and S. Woollier, president of thn L'ntoii of American Hebrew, Congregations. William Ktix Is chairman of the Execu tive Committee in charge of the arrange ments for tho meeting. A nreliminary meeting look pluce a week ago In the Columbian Club, at which J7,CW was sub scribed. $10,000 FOR NEW TEMPLE. Subscription Will Be Increased by Eeceipis From B'Xai El Fair. Subscriptions for more than $10,900 have heen made toward the building of a new temple for the IJ'Nal HI Jewish congrega tion. The sum which will be realized fiom the carnival and fair to be given In the Odeon February 21 to rebruarv 25, will materially inuroaso this amount, "It Is ex pected. The committee having chsrge of the ar rangements for the fair has met with great encouragement. The assignment of booths was made last week, and donations have been generously made. It Is announced .that a location for the new building will probably be selected In the Compton Heights part ot the city. TO ATTEND JONES FUNERAL. Members of Kentucky Society 'Will De Present at Burial. David It. Francis, George H. Small, Doctor 'William E. 3Ibore. Doctor John Young Brown. S. M. McChesncy and Breckinridge Jones, mcmber or the Ken tucky Society, will attend tha 'iufieral of Judge William Cuthbert Jonca to-morrow ni l ning. The funeral takes place nt hi home. No. JI24 Olive atreet, to -St. Xavler's Church,. thence to Calvary Cemetery. PRESIDENT MELLEN PUBLICITY Dechu t On (Mirations Jlu.xt Take (he Public Into Their Confidence. SHOULD RELEGATE SECRECY. X. V.. X. II. & H.'s Chief Kxe.;u five Receives. Compliment About Table .Manners of , Dining Car Patron. REl'L'liLIC SPECIAL. Hartford. Conn.. Jan. 23. Itu-dnes and professional men all ever this Stale have been profoundly impressed by the address of Charles P. -Mellon, president of the Xew York. Xew Haven and Hartford Railroad, at tho recent meeting of the Board of Trade In thU city. in part. 3Ir. Jlellen suld: "If corpora tions are to continue to do thedr work as they are lest fitted, these qualities In their repre-eniaiives mat navo resuiteel in tne prejudice against them must be relegated to tne naekgroumi. "They must come out into the open and see and lie seen. Thev- must take the nub ile into their conildence and ask for what they want and no more, and then be pre pared to explain satisfactorilv- what ad vantage will accrue to thq public If they are given their desires, ror they are per muted to exist not mat tney may max? money solely, but that they may effect ively se-rve thosv; from whom they derive their power. "Publicity and not secrecy will win here after, and laws will be construed by their Intent and not killed by their letter; other wise public utilities will be named and operated by the public which created them, even though the service be less efficient and the result less satisfactory from a financial standpoint. "To my mind the day has gone by when a corporation can be handled successfully In defiance of the public will, even though that wl.l be unreasonable and wrong. Tne puhllc may be led. but not driven, and I inefcr to go With It anil shape or modify, in a measure, its opinion, rather than be swept trom my bearings with loss to my self and the interests in my charge." Taking a more humorous and cheerful view. Jlr. Jlellen added: "llallroad work Is hard, vexatious and asacting. and requires great patience, but it Is of continual variety and never dull. The character ot complaints received from patrors, the extremely original and im practical suggestions in the way f '.Im provement, if eouche 1 In reasonably polite language, would bo amusing if hey were not so exasperating. One has corao to me in the last few days that is without a parallel In my experience, and does seem as though the varlo-is things expected or a man in chargo or a property like this were sufficient to warrant his expecting a crown or glory. ... "In thLs complaint I nm asked to prc scribo rules for table etiquette, that the pers-cn writing to me may not bo further disgusted by seeing those eated oppose In our dining cars eat with their knive?. Some of the trainmen have caused ffense by keeplne tooth picks In their mouths, nnd I am asked to remedy that also. Ml 1.1. 11E lTlFViJTATlQXS. Ladle Will Supers lue Work for Chi cago and Alloa. KErUblJC SPECIAL. Uloomlngton, 111., Jan. 23. In anticipa tion of tho St. Louis Fair the Chicago and Alton will beautify the stations of its line from Chicago and Kansas City to St. I.ouls and landscape gardners are now- going over the line drawing- up plans. The officials will lay out flower beds, shrubbery and grass plots with appropri ate designs at ever- city and will expend a larte sum or money Tor this Improve ment. The scheme has been under con templation ever since President Felton as sumed control or the Alton, but has been postponed for -various reasons until this year. It Is now proposed to commence work as soon s the sarins weather will permit, so that when the rush of travel towards St. Iiouls begins that the station grounds will nil present a very attractive appearance. A special which left Chicago Friday morning contained several ladle who are expert landscape gardners and who havo been engaged by President Felton to su jervise the work. They will tour the en tire road nnd stopping at every station will secure a set of plans which will be earned out at tne earliest posslDtc time. Slant Ilcmove Croaninr. Denver, Colo.. Jan. U. 3. 31, Perry and W. A. Ileerbauer. president nnd chier en gineer respectlv ely or the Denver Xorth wetern Tlailwnv. appeared before Judge Hallett In the United States District Court to-day to answer to the charge or con tempt In constructing their line across that or the Denver. I.akew ood anil Golden, now in tho hnmls or a receiver, without the consent of the court. After a brier hearing Judge Hallett cave tho derend nnts live day In which to remove the crossing. I'rogreis on IlrorvIlle Line. r.upinji.ic special Corpus Christl. Tex.. Jan. S3. To date there has been thlrty-onc mllea of the St. Louis. Brownsville and llexlco Road com pleted and track 'laying is still rapidly piogreslng. CANNOT HOLD TWO POSITIONS. City Counselor Passes on Duties of Deputy State Veterinarian. Health Commissioner Doctor J. H. Simon esterday received an opinion from Jhc City Counselor that Doctor Rudolph A. Knemmerer, veterinary surgeon of the Health Department, cannot also hold the position or Deputy State Veterinarian. The City Counselor was asked for an oninion In the matter, because it was de sired to have tho positions combined In or der to facilitate tne worn of the depart ment. As veterinary surgeon for the Health Deoartment. Doctor Kaemmerer has not as much power as if he held the other po sition. When he meets with a case or disease In an animal that demands that the animal be killed to prevent the spread of the disease, he has not the power to have the animal killed at once, lie must make u report and It may he several days before the case ta finally disposed of. As Deputy State Veterinarian he could have the animal killed at once. TO DISCUSS SUNDAY SCHOOLS Baptist Teachers Will Entertain Convention at Third Church. "Up-to-Date Sunday-School JIachlnery" will be the subject to be discussed to-morrow night nt the Sunday-School Institute of the St. Louis Baptist Sunday School Convention. Professor Howard Colwell will bo the leader, and the addresses to be delivered and the ones who will deliver them are aa "'Keeping Out of Ruts." W. B. Harris; "Methods That Have Worked." Joseph P. Uckllder; "How to Achieve Permanent Remits." Marshall Hall: "A New Ideo to Departmental OrganUatlon," A. W.' Pavne, and "Getting Up the Report," 1c D. ''White. Tito W'lvra Apply for DIralae. Virginia C. Thrcadgill filed, suit lor di vorce In the Circuit Court yeerday nBa!nl Colin X. Threadgtlt, charging de sertion. They were married April 11. IM, and separated December 11. 1902, Franees 1. peirce also charged desertion a a ground ror uivorce from Jaraii'cince. They weret married December 1, lwSsand separated In April. IStC ' Aska for SaeeeaMr to HIalr. Attorney James A. Sddon applied, to the Circuit Court yesterday to have a trustee In a deed of trust appointed In, place of the late James L Blair. The deed M.a .Mirfljit hi. Xfnev T .Tanlrann onrl other It covers property at No. GQSM Cabanne avenue, and secures a note for E WW and one for .0u0. dated July A 19tt. for three years-. The matter was- re fence to Judge nough's. court. THE WEATHER. Official Forecast Announced for To-Day ami To-Morrow. Washington. Jan. X. Forecast: Arkansas. OkUvhoma. Indian Territory and Kast.n Texas Fair aril warmer Sunday. 31orilay. Increasing clou.lln.ss and warmer Western T.m Fair Mrmlayt warmer la northwestern Krt!on. Mon.lay. increasi-lT cloudiness and warmer; fr-ph east to ulhtast vv tnds. Illinois Fair Xundaj and Vlon.laj ' warmer ltmlav fresh west to r.ortnw--.t wlndd. Vissourl. luwa. Xebraaka and Kansas Faar Sunday and Jlonday: warmer Monday. Local Heuort. St. Louis. Jin.. Jan. 3. lp)t 7 a in. 7 p ro .. 3I. 3). 3 . ... ,.. .: it .NYC W . H B Ilaro-ceter. isohes Trermumeier. deierees ..... Kelatlve huml'lilv- ". Iritilcn of wind V'eltsitv of w'nd .... ... Precipitation . .... ... - VVejthT st T a. nt. cloudj: at v. rn.. clear. Maximum temperature. H. minimum tempera ture, p,. S taze of the river at a. m . 1,S feer. nuw.'.no ir. uouit-:. L'K-al t orte-asier. (iot eminent Report. " Department of Agriculture. Weather lJureau Meteorological observations recelietlat t. lsila January 1301. at CS p m local tlm and p. m. isjventy-flrth nieiMian time. Observation- made at the same moment of lime at nil iVatlons. Uir.TP-ilx. l tail, vv eaiuc.. X re u Clear ; ai M .... Clear XVV 31 II tnear ALllere Anarillo .... Atlanta Ituffali Charlutte .... e.navtanooga Cincinnati .. Cleveland ... Chltaso IVlljntiut, ... Cairo Catrarj ..... Cleyenne ... Cvinixrdla ... Dulllth Duhunue fiavennort .. lies Moines SVV 9 c ,c snow s us:. VV 31 K w j; si jw :i k w 1 II .. Clear c:ear i " udy .04 now Snow .Ot Cicudy C!ou.iy ... Cloudy ... Clear ... e-lear ... Clar ... Clear Clear .... Clear ... Clear .... Clear ... CJear ... Clear w sf: : :i e U0 .w bVV 12 -S .VV -IS -II w I r : 4 w xw , w M Denver KoilKe City Kl l'aw Fort Smith .... (lalve?tnn lrnn! lipids . Crarsl Junction Iluiim ttavie llelerui Indianapolis .... lacksonvllt .... Kama. Cliy ... Little Rock .... UjUlMllle Lander Montgomery ... Memphl ........ Martuelte Mcdena Xeu- York Xarfolk Xew Orleans ... Xa.hville Xorth P.'atte ... Ofiiha .......... Oklahoma Philadelphia Palatine I'lttrt-urc ParxerbburFr . IUebln t'AlOelle 34 ! ii ....XW 31 3S XE Zl) 51 .. Clear SVV l'j S .1) Snow m: s 3) Clear ....XVV -10 -4 XB S It XB S. It vv ii :i ....xw ; 6i sw ? a clear ,... Ooudv ... Cloudy .04 near ,JS Cloudy .... C'ear .... Clear CIoud ... Clear ... Clear ... Clear .02 Snow ... Clear ....XW 3S 43 ....sw 2S 3) s ....XVV xw 41 4S . 3 3S . XW 3 JS .XE 33 30 xvv 43 34 .10 Clouily 3s C3 .10 rum x bW w xw ti V) . 31 3 M S3 . i) i: . .. Clear Clear .. Clear .. Cloudy .. Clear 12 ctoudy x si : XW 43 32 SW 4S 33 clear XVV 30 3S !OW ., W St 3 Snow E 3D 36 .... Clear , XW SS 11 .... Clear XW 10 12 .... Cloudy XW -12 -10 Clear .......... S 3 .... Clear XW 12 16 Clear W 18 23 Clear XW SI 30 .... Clear SB 32 34 Cloudy XW : 30 .02 Clear S Si. 61 Clear XW 42 4 Clear XW 10 14 .02 Cloudy X 44 U .10 Cloudy 8W 36 3 .... Clear -Uat Id City M. l.UI shreveport. ..... SprlnBneM, III. . M. IjouIs fsirlnefield. Mo. rall I.ik" ssnta Fe Han Antonio ... VIpI..Iuik Valentine Washington .... Wichita. 1'reclpltatlon Inappreciable. EDWARD H. BOWIE. GEORGB W. BEUjOMT. Hu-shvllle. IIL. Jan. S3. George W. Bellomy died at his home, east of town, this morning. lie was. until recently, an employe of tha Chester. Ill tvnltenllarv. Two Ways OF DOING THINGS "We made as good a piano as ire knew how, and then decided how reasonably we could sell it." E. Gabler & Bro. That is die old-fashioned way, but a 20th cenhSY truS promoter would take another tack he would find out bowrl muchthepubScwo pay, and would I deride upon the I of piano to ghre it Gabler PIANOS were firfl made in 1854, and from that fine havcranked with the be in the world. The Gablers tone scale is pure. soft and resonant; and long use has proves that time does not tarnish the siiTery sweetness of its voice. The Gabler case has a dtflmapenoa airjr, and is a typical exaaple of Sat , piano making. FtWrtWepriccs and moderate monthly payments will enable yon to enjoy a, Gabler Kano without unduly bnrdeniag yourself, win take roar cm piano fa part payment. BolkaiiBros.eT0 U20-H22 OBveWeet The Transposing Mouthpiece Used exclusively in the "Apollo'' Piano Hnjcr w only one of the fourteen (14) poluts of superiority over nil other plnyers. With this mouthpiece the key of nny selection may be. instantly changed to suit the voice or any aceoinpuuyiMi!:. instrument. We sell the ''Apollo'' on small monthly payments a rill Include a fine musical library-, free. K 1:1 M: r-t 1 gftaMMCd Mwmm "i m "1 ! 51 ..a j- 2g35gg3H-.-.sv- o,r-& i-f.--l: :$a i gSit:.&a? a. fAfey i-e,'5. -' 3S8-i3bs,