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SBtlftSw., ,; , ("SV" g?SfS!cr!MS6 jp r'-?35&Vi.ii5?,,vS-' Jr.-'-'" ' SL- , ',&,- - -ys ''fr&gQr--r-v-?lti,iJ; -4.v 4ggti&!T' vsSS;''rjvS3 Htf I ' K? THTC P TOTTIS REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1904. r" F 1 i I u V A A A A fla rip nn The Busy Little Gloak 47 Pleated BrilHantinc Skirts finest made sold on Broadway at S9.9S colors navy, black and gray Wednesday White Duck Skirts Tailored as good as any $10.00 Skirt Wednctday ;.. All our SIS, $18 and S20 Silk Shirt-Waist Suits on sale one day only Wedaasday 260 fine Lawn Suits in various by the dry goods concerns EXTRA SPECIAL! $S.O0 China Silk Waists tucked best in town Wednesday Try and Game I EESSSMItHHHHiHnTBTaTeTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaflBHi SCHOOLS. tAWWMSAMSVWWWVWSWWM WARD SEMINARY For Young Ladle.. N.jhvllle. Tenn. 4'th yeM Faculty 30. Seminary and Special Courses. College preparation. Boarding pupils limited I- 140. An Ideal Christian home. Com plete appointment- For catalogue address J. X. ULANTON. LL. D.. President, Hosriier Hall J&. A Day and Roardlnir School for ftlrl. College, preparation a specialty. Certiflcate ad. mils to best colleges, "world's Fair- opportuni ties." Address ansa 11. n. mathews. principal. Petition for IVhltecotton. REPDBUC SPECIAL. Monroo City. JIo.,,Junc ". A petition In dorsing ex-Speaker 3. II. Whltecotton and requesting him to stand for re-election as Representative of Monroe County was be dln: W.D.Farthing. Odin: Thedora Frank by J- H. SIcCHntlc U has been understood for several weeks that Mr. Whltecotton would make the race, but as yet he has not announced. SPECIALTIES. STRICTLY UNION. LAFAYETTE PAItK UXDERTAKIXU COMPANY, 1009 TO 1015 LAFAYETTB AVE. PHONE, KIXLOCn 1B3C BELL SIDNEY 71831. CEO. N. LYNCH, UNDERTAKER, REMOVED TO 3552 Olive St. Both Phones. NOTICE I Marriage and Death Notice Inserted In The Republic will bs forwarded by tele graph to any on or .all of the papers named below for simultaneous publication, without extra charge, if a request to do so accompanies the copy. Notices received after midnight cannot be forwarded, how ever, until the next erenlnr. Cblcago Rec-Herald, Uuftalo Courier. New York Times, Cincinnati Enquirer, Pblla. Public Ledger. Uoston Globe. Pittsburg Dispatch. Baltimore Herald. Rochester Herald. Washington Post. Syracuse Post-Stand- Providence Journal. ard. 8t Paul Pioneer Press. DEATHS. BOTTO Entered into rest on Sunday, June 6. 1904, at 7:15 o'clock p. m-, Mary Botto (nee Kelly), wife of Domlnlck Botto and mother of Llille Corrlnne and Harry Bouo. Funeral will take place from Donnelly's funeral rooms. No. 1010 North Twenty-Una t. on Wednesday. June 8, at liao o'clock . to St. Lawrence O'Toolo's Church, then. aivary Cemetery. Friends are repectfull .i-d. BROWN On Monday. June . 1104. at 12:45 o'clock a. xn.. after a biief Illness. Frank C. Brown, beloved father of Gertrude Brown, aged 64 years and six months. Funeral Wednesday, June 8. at 2 p. m, from the residence. No. Soil Lawton avenue, to Bellefontalne Cemetery. ERSKINE On Tuesday, June 7. 1(04. at 11:30 a, m. Frank ErskLie. beloved husband of Mary Ersklne. father of Luc-ten and Greene Ersklne. born In St. Louis Jin., on M-h rs. 1S34. Funeral from family residence. No. 4137 West Bells place. Interment private, Thursday. June t. 1904. 1p.m. Omit flowers. GORBAN At rest, on Tuesday. June 7, 1804, at 4:110. m.. George F. Gorban. Jr.. beloved son of 'George and Pauline Gorban (nee Wet terer), and dear brother of Mrs. Lilly Riley. Mrs. Gertrude Canter, Ray, Ruth and Lester Gorban, at the age or 19 years and 7 months. Funeral will take place on Thursday, June 9, at 2 p. m.. from residence. No. 1148 Nortn Nineteenth street, to St. Leo's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends respectfully Invited to attend. Louisville (Ky.) Courier please copy. HALL On Monday, June 6. 1904. at 3:25 p. xn.. at residence. No. 293s Lucas avenue. Wal ter II.. dearly beloved son of Frank and Anna Setb Hall, aged 10 ears and 10 months. Fu neral service Wednesday, at2 p. m., from fam ily residence. KENNEDT Entered Into Test Tuesday. June 7. 1904, at 10:30 a. m.. Catherine Kennedy, be loved mother of M. A. Kennedy, Mrs. Thos. Moran. Mrs. Catherine Shay. Annie and Beasa Kennedy. Funeral will talie place Friday. June 10, at S:30 a. m.. from residence. No. 921 North High street, to St. Lawrence O'Toole's Church, thence to Caltary Cemetery. Friends respectfully invited. Deceased Tras a member of bt. Ann's Sodality. LI STON Entered Into rest suddenly, by ac cident, on Monday. June & 1904.. at 11:33 p. 'm.. Dennis M. Llston. beloved husband or Bella Listen tnee Cameron), and dear father of Leo 1 and Kenneth Llton and dear brother of Michael. Thomas P. and Nora Lleton. age.1 35 years. The funeral will take place Thursday. June 9, at S a. m . from residence. No. 2307 Prairie avenue, to St. Theresa Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Bloomlngton. Shabanee. Clcnoa and El Paso. I1L, papers please copy. Deceased was a nwmbtr of Imperial Tent. No. 62, K. O. T. M. MALLOY Entered Into rest on Tuesday, June 7. 1901. at o'clock p m.. Nellie V. Malloy. beloved daughter of Ellen Malloy (nee Ker wlck). and the late James P. Malloy. and sis ter of John and James Malloy. and Mrs. P, McMahon and Mrs. C Vonderahe. Funeral will take place from the family residence. No. 4022 California avenue. Friday. June 10. at 8-20 o'clock a m.. to St. T-homas of Aquin'a Chun-h, thence to Calvnry Cemetery- Friends are re spectfully Butted, Denver, Colo., parers.please copy- ' MILLER-On Monday 3une . ,1904, at J.JJ o'clock a. m . Alice Dunsford Miller, beloved wife of R. W. Miller. Funeral Wednesday, June 8. at 2 o'clock" -p. m.. from family resi dence. No. 3C9 Peatalozil street, WHELAN-Entered into rest suddenly, on Monday. June 6. 1904. at o'clock p. m.. Jchn Whelaa. father ec Harry G.. James. John, Jo seph and Martha "Whelan. "Funeral will take 7laco from to- residence of his nephew. Jphn Burns. No. 2TK Adams sjreet. nx Thursday, June f. at S:30 o'clock a. hti to St. Malschy's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends nro respectfully Invited. n. .WAGONER uMEKlfeCO , f ,1127 OLIVE ST.-rKtfeQj 'j TR?T" XyZPO; 'rj-ikti.n'" -&r s lmV.-.. .. 1' i -irirfi ifr-i n nariii I CLOAK CD. L 615 Locust St. House 'Round the Corner. JUNE Clearing Sale! Twelve different styles of the'highest grades of Shirt Waists made Wednesday Sale, $1.00 .$4.75 ...$1.50 $12.50 patterns, same told PH 7t at $6.00 Wednesday U-vil u $4.00 all over, in the Morning. PRINCE WAITS FOR PORTRAIT. Wants to See Empress An's Pic ture Before He Departs. Prince Pu JLun will not depart for China until alter the arrival of the portrait of the Empress Dowager Xn, which was re cently painted In the palace at Pekln hy Commissioner Carl's sister, and will be exhibited at the World's Fair. It Is not known definitely when the picture wl!l be here, but when the Prince yesterday received a telegram from Ban Francisco stating; that It was on the way from there and would probably be In St. Louis by June 12. he said that special effort must be made to bring It here by June 8. as the royal party expects to leave be fore .the 12th. As a result, the picture, with Us guard of honor, may come part of the way from San Francisco on a special train. The Prince spent a quiet day yesterday. He attended Mrs. Francis Carl's tea In the afternoon. He will take dinner as the guest of President Francis to-morrow creplng In the "West Pavilion. Shreveport Elegant Service. Diners, sleepers, chair cars leave St. Louis 4:62 p. m. Cotton Belt. 909 Olive. SERVANT FRIGHTENS FAMILY. Becomes Angry and Uses Offen sive Language to Mrs. Little. An angry hired man caused considerable trouble at the country home of William C. Little, west of Clayton, yesterday after noon. Little Is a Fourth street broker. The man, who was known by the name of Trank Fowler, became enraged at the ac tion of a member of the family shortly af ter dinner and became abusive to Mrs. Little, using language that frightened the women members of the family. Aldan Lit tle, her son, was telephoned to and hur ried home, after which he went to Clay ton and swore out a warrant against Fow ler on a charge of disturbance of tho peace. The warrant was Issued by Justice Campbell and given to Constable Lenz to serve. When the officer arrived at Aldan Hall, the Little home. Fowler had been pacified and Induced to leave peace ably. LooIc Out (or the "KATY FAIR SPECIAL." New fast train to Texas. Leaves St. Louis 9:15 a. m. dally, beginning June 12. WIDOWER TO WED AT EIGHTY. Asp Says Brideto-Be Will Take Caxe of Him. Swan Asp, SO years old. secured a mar riage license yesterday to wed Mrs. Tu lltha A. Gay of No. 301H4 Franklin ave nue, Mrs. Gay Is 63 years old, but she tripped In before Clerk McDermott In as lively a fashion as any of the other pros pective brides of the day. Mr. Asp was just as exuberant as his bride-to-be, and. with a merry twlnkln of the eye, he Informed the clerk that Mrs. Gay was marrying him to take caro of him. Mr. Asp lives at No. 2317 Maiden Lane. He Is a widower. TERRIFIES WOMEN WHAT MRS. LAVIINE FEARED IS FELT BY MANY OTHERS. An Unnatural Decline SInde Her Think She Wu Golne Into Con sumption Until She Acted Upon the Advice of a Friend. "I was going Into an unnatural de cline," says Mrs. Charles Lavlgne, of No. 1317 Third avenue, Detroit. Mich., "and my health was seriously low when I be gan using Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. They cured me. "I was weak and thin, nervous and with out appetite; took cold easily and was afraid of consumption. I could not sleep, I was always tired and worn out, my color all went awny and I felt miserable. "Good doctors treated me, but failed to do me any good, and I was discouraged about ever getting better until a friend told me of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. I began to take them and kept on till I had used three boxes. "By that time I was an enUrely differ ent person. The nervousness had all gone, I could eat and sleep, I gained In weight and felt strong and well. My friends be gan to remark on the color in my cheeks and I told them Dr. Williams' Pink Pills had done it and had restored me to health. That was several vears ago, but from that day to this 1 have retained my health and strength." Dr. Williams' Hnk Pills for Pale People are of Inestimable value to women when they are disturbed by fears of physical Ills that make their lives wretched. They also restore to health men, women and' children who are thin, pale, nervous and depressed. They embody Dr. Williams' wonderful discovery and have cured stub bom cases of locomotor ataxia, partial .paralysis. St. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neu lalzla. nervous headache, the nftor-eft'ecta of the grip, palpitation of the heart, pale nd sallow complexion and all forms of weakness in rimer male or female. Thev arc sold by all druggists through out the world, or may be had vdlrecUy from the Dr., WUlUms-''Medlc!ne Co., Echenectadyv N,X.WpaJ.rciptrofcthe .prJce,'flfty cents a. box:, six boxes 'for-two dollars and n.l;alf -A -valuables booklet entitled" '.'Plain "Talks- to-Women'CwiU h Mar tree to aay..4drt up'reou,-V.rl INSTRUCTS JURY TO RELEASE LAVIN Judge Moore Rules That the Prosecution Had Failed to Make a Case. The case against Timothy H. Lavln was dismissed yesterday In the Court of Crim inal CorrecUon and the defendant was al lowed to go free. When the case came before Judge Moore and the State had presented Its testimony, tho Judgedeclared that no case had been made, .and Instructed the Jury to find a verdict of not guilty: Lavln Is a brother of the Democratic Committeeman from the Twenty-eighth Ward, in which the outrages of tho last primary occurred. The principal witnesses against him were barred from testifying on the ground that their evldenco would be incriminating to themselves. Lavln was defended by Attorney Thomas J. Rowe. CHARGE .BREACH OF CONTRACT Suit Results From Marble Quarry Deal. U G. Perry and L. G. Townsend filed suit In the Circuit Court yesterday against William R. Hodges and John H. Mc Carthy for C00.O0O damages because of al lege?, failure to carry out an agreement alleged to have been entered Into Janu ary 25, 1M1, to establish a marble quarry In El Paso County, Texas. It Is alleged that McCarthy examined marble deposits in 160 acres of land in El Paso County and made a favorable re port, and that the defendants were to equip a quarry on which they had an op tion that was to become the property of a corporation capitalized at J300.O0O." The company obtained from Miles E. and Frank Williams a renewal of the op tion, it is stated. The defendants paid COO on the option anci furnished equipments to the amount of J3.O0O, It Is said, but neglected to i,cr form other obligations to comply with the terms of the contract, or pay W.700 to Miles E. and Frank Williams bv June, I. 1901. and the option was forfeited. It Is alleged. The plaintiffs allege that they owned 540 shares each In the company and that the stock Is worthless. Flats and Residence Sold. The row of two-story four-room brick flats, arranged for six families, Nos. 2137 2711 Alice avenue, lot 60x113, renting for JHO.a month, were sold yesterday by George J. Wanstrath for Louis Basso to Mrs. Mary Dleckmann of Belleville, for JJ.750. The Griffin Real Estate Company sold for Michael J. Mulvlhlll the furni ture dealer, the three-story brick house arranged In flats. No. 1315 North Nlnet tec.th street, for $3,000, to Hyman Shore, who bought for Investment. A Homeieeker'si Guide. The real estate for sale columns of The Republic, both daily and Sunday. Real Estate Transfers. ALLET loo ft., n. s , bet. Taylor and Marcus. Elans and Page, city block 3774: Jemima Llndell's testy, tr. to Henry Staats spl. w. d S 600 BOTANICAL-112 ft. In . .. s . a. e. cor. Lawrence, city block 4915; Chapllne Realty and Construction Co. et al. to Annie Boughton w. d 3,373 BROADWAY 60 ft., w. s , a. w. cor. Osceola, city block 2706; Emst A. HU denbrandt to Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association w. d 1.9S0 CARROLL 28 ft, n s.. bet. Third and Broadway, city block 703; Hector I'a quette and wile to Ernest De St. Aubln w. d 3.000 CASTLEMAN-50 ft. n. s.. being 4231-31A-33-33A Castleman. city block 4937: John Kaiser and wife to 3lvester Watts w. d 12.000 CHAMBERS100 ft. . s.. bet. Blair and Fifteenth, city block MS; Frederick Oetgen and wife to Walter A. Ehrler CHAMBERlbb"ftl""s!"a','''betI"Blaif and Fltteentn. city block 6: Walter A. Ehrler and wife to Frederick Oet gen and wife w. d 1 COTE BRILLIANTS SO ft., a. s. bet. Cora, and Marcus, city Mock 4474: Woerhelde Realty and I.f Co. to John C. Fl.k and wlfe-w. t 6,600 DALTON 28 ft. 8 In., e. a., being 2842 Dalton, city block 4051B; Rosewood Realty Co. to Henry C Bchnorbus EAST6N'ft!."nVV."beu'"'ndeventeV and Warne. city block S6J7: United Railway. Co. of St. Louis to Kren nlnjr Real Estate Co. w. d 4.03O EIQHTH-23 ft 6 In., w. s., bet Mor gan and Franklin, city block 16S; Mary A. Steldemann to Julius btelde mann (undivided one-half interest) EldHfH-23"H."e'Vn.V"wrs",3'eV."Mor-gan and Franklin, city block 16S; Julius Steldemann to Mary A. stelde mann (undlilded one-half Interest w. d , . FLORA 70 ft., n. .. east of 8prtng; Otto Bollman and wife to Frank W. . Feuerbacher w. d 25,000 GRAND 60 ft . a. . bet Wabash R. R. and First city block 2497W: Wm. Gil lespie and wife to Donk Bros. Coal tt ... Coke Co. w. d 4.600 HEREFORD-68 ft 7 in., w. a.,' bet. Odell and Arsenal, city block 40C8W; August Farnrlg to Blackmer. & Post Pipe Co w. d .-. ITS HICKORY 31 ft., a. s.. being 36SO Hick ory, city block 21818: Sophia Hebey and husband to Jeremiah O. Healy w. d 1 H1CKORY-J1 ft. m. a., being J859 Hick ory, cltv block 218IS: Jeremiah D. Healy to Sophia Hebey. tr. conv. In tr. 1 HOWARD 40 ft. n. ... bet. Twenty-fifth and Jefferson, city block 2326; Eveline Stabenow to Thos. McGlrl w. d 8.0X1 LEXINGT0N-25 ft., n. a . bet. Clay and Clarence, cltr block 4438: Albert R. Smyth and wife to France. R. Fergu son w. d 1,500 MADISON 50 ft 8 In., n. a., bet Glas gow and Garrison, city block 1349: Syl vester Watts to John Kaiser w. d 3.50O MAPLE-S3 ft. .. ... bet. King's high way and Academy, city block 5152: J. L. Root and wife to Jerome B. Des noyers w. d 1 McPHEKSON 23 ft., n. . being 4627 McPhcrson, city block 4577; Alice K. Humphrey and husband to Joseph Loe enberg w. d....T 8,500 NINETEENTH 24 ft, w. .. being 1313 North Nineteenth, city block 2300; Michael J. Mulvlhlll and wife to Hy man Shore w. d 3,000 NORTH MARKET 25 ft. n. a. bet. Twenty-second and Twentv-thlrd city block 10.3: F. Edw. Scblueter and wife to August Gatike and wife w. d 3.300 OLIVB 200 ft. n. s.. n. w. cor. Leonard, city block 1042; United Railways Co. of St Louis to Isaac H. Lionberger w. d (0,000 RUSSELL 40 ft. s. s.. bet McNalr and Mtesouri. city block 1343: Meta Beck nan to Henry Westerman w. d 1.900 RUfisnLL-40 ft. s. . . bet. McNalr nd Missouri, city block 1343; Henry Wes terman to Board of Education of the Cltv of et. Louis w. d 1.900 THIRTEENTH 48 ft , w. ... bet. Crit tenden and Arsenal, city block 1973; Pauline Anton and husband to Karo llne Klnnerle w d 2.300 VERNON 32 ft. In., n. B.. being 5201 Vernon, city block 2993; Edward S. Marshall and wife to John W. Addis w. 9.000 WESTM1NSTER-25 ft, n. 8, bet Klia. highway and Lake, city Mock 6051B; Robert Abeles to Mabel Slayback Clark w. d 2,500 WESTMINSTER 75 ft. n. s.. bet. King's highway and Lake, city block C051B: Robert Abeles to Jay Hemdon Smith w. d 7,122 Building- Permit.. M. Salter. Bve two-story brick dwellings at No 8848 to 8858 Botanical; J15 000. W. J. Terry Realty and Investment Co , two story brick dwelling at No. 4170-4172 Caatle asn; 36.000. Geerge Wlegand. lH-.tory stable at No. 4917 Forest Park boulevard: 83.(00. Good Track, Good Trains, Good Time. In each of these the New York Central Is not surpassed, as thousands will at test. Travelers between the West and the East will find It to their advantage to udb the New York Central, which, in point of time, equipment, roadbed, dining car service and scenic attractions is flrst among the railroads of the world. Send a 2-cent stamp to George H. Dan iels. General Passenger Agent. Grand Cen tral Station. New York, for a copy of the Illustrated Catalogue of the New York Central's "Four-Track Series." To Open Plays-rounds Soon. Members of the Playgrounds Committee of the, Civic ImproVement League will hold a meeting at 2 o'clock to-morrow af ternoon In the office of Thomas G. Rut ledge. The -committeemen are making every effort to open tho playgrounds Just as soon after school v. closes as possible. They have arranged for music at the grounds this' year the same as last year, the. .Musicians.' Mutual Benefit Associa tion volunteering its services for the open air playground concerts under the same conditions as last summer. If possible concerts will be given every Monday dur ing the summer at the three principal playground. - , t i.VIa Mercautat.VBrldtre, ! Vs'oAaJlaretnuylvanlaJtralns'' 12-30 .noon. The New York Limited, and 80 p. ro., The i , -&.- ia-rawtS: i M m X if. tlJ ) ri Up'5.T.ek ijji SB J r l Qbq. rl -r " I F W 3 III I A IM. GOEBBELS, Pwateit P- J HARRINGTON, Sgrcary B. rVL CORNWALL, Tnasun-TU 902 SYMPTOMS OF DYSPEPSIA Importnnt Facta Have Been Recently Discovered Which Are of the Greatest Value in the Treat ment of Diseases of the Stomach. The usual symptoms of dyspepsia or In digestion are pain In the chest and discom fort in the stomach and abdomen, an ac cumulation of gases, frequent belching, the rising of sour or bitter-tasting liquids, nausea In the stomach, heartburn, head ache, palpitation, and, in severe cases, vomiting. Nearly all dyspeptics of either sex stoop as they walk, and most of them droop for ward as they sit. They have a forlorn, friendless appearance, become cranky and disagreeable and forget their friends. They are morose, fault-flnding and irrita ble, have but little inclination for work, and their mental faculties are sluggish or drowsy. It Is quite easy to overcome these dis turbances, as there Is a remedy that any one can take without consultation and with a guarantee of cure. EUPEPSIA TABLETS will cure all stomach troubles arising from Imperfect digestion. It mat ters not how many other remedies vou have tried or how obstinate tho case may be, or how long standing: If EUPEPSIA TABLETS was not a remedy on which ab solute dependence could to placed, we could not afford to offer it on a strict guar antee to cure or refund the money. A trial only Is needed to demonstrate the value of these tablets. They can be had at any first-class drug store or by mall for EOc a box. Our guarantee to cure holds good whether they are bought from the druggist or from us direct. We append unsolicited letters from peo ple who have tried EUPEPSIA TABLETS. I have been troubled with catarrh of the stom ach for about 15 years, and I must say that EUPEPSIA TABLETS have done me more good than any other medicine I have ever taken. HENRY STOFFEL, ColwlCh. Kas. The good EUPEPSIA TABLETS have done me Is beyond description. I recommend then to all who suffer with stomach trouble. MRS. D. B. RUSSELL. Cedar Creek, Mo. Please end me another box of EUPEPSIA TABLETS, as they are giving me relief, which nothing else has ever done In my case, which is of 20 years standing, and the physicians call It gastric catarrh of the stomach. B. F. THOMPSON. Modesto, 111. EipiptH Coenlcal Co., 409 Wilntr. St., St Unit, Hi NOTE We forfeit $100 If wo cannot prove the genuineness of above statements. TRAVELS 7,000 MILES TO WED Missionary From Brazil Will Mar ry Miss Magdalena Spelker. From far away Brazil came tho Rever end Doctor Arthur Vogel, 25 years old, to wed and carry back with him to his moun tain home the sweetheart of his childhood. Miss Magdalena Spelker, 18 years old, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Spelker of No. 4301 Blair avenue. Both the Reverend Doctor Vogel and MIs3 Spelker were bom at Frohla, Mo., and went to school together there. When he reached manhood ho entered the Lutheran College at Fort Wayne, Ind., being anlxous to beeomo a mission ary. He graduated from college with hon ors and went to Pelotas, a little village in the mountains of Brazil, devoting himself to work among the Indians. Meanwhile the parents of Miss Spelker moved to St. Loafs. A correspondence has been carried on between them slnco the young mission ary went to South America. At last the young minister and his sweetheart decided to marry and Rever end Doctor Vogel's 7,000-mlle Journey fol lowed. The wedding will take place this evening at the Evangelical Lutheran Church at tho comer of Florissant ave nue and Salisbury street. The young couple will spend a short hon eymoon at their old home In Frohla, and will then go to Brazil. The Plttaburg- Special Via Vandalia-Pennsylvanla 8dS p. m. dally via Merchants' bridge, arriving at Pittsburg 205 p. m. next day. Will Have So Commencement. Owing to tho fact that a year has been added to the curriculum of St Joseph's Academy, that institution will have no commencement exercises this year. Classes will be adjourned June 21. Sugar Reduced Five Cents. New York. June 7. All grades' of re fined sugar have been reduced 5 cents per hundred pounds. TO AVOID DISEASE lislnfic. fht Wholi Houst. Rid YurHtnshld f ilia Daadly films that Inid in Warm Wtathar. This Is the season when the germs V contagious diseases breed with frlghtfal rapidity. No home, however clean, la freo from them. There Is but one safeguard thorough, systematic disinfection. For this purpose the surest, safest, handiest disinfectant is C-N. .Unlike Car bolic Acid. Chloride of Lime or Zinc Chlo rides, C-Jf Is neither poisonous nor cor rosive, nor has It any unpleasant.odor. Tt instantly kills the germsv -To delay Is to .court danger, 'Make C-Tf a household babitiOrder It from tho near est' dealer, Trial .toes It you wish.,. , -S,,iT'i,iiH'wT;TtrA.-vkj1'Swiis-ft.f, -v. vfe3 ---" 'w- s- . . - til.- --i .y Until you'va seen tha size of our store until you've paid us a oali you can't have any idea of the immense variety of our stock. Any article on our fivo big floors is offerod to you at $1.00 each week. Refrigerators. Call In ns soon as possible and fee our blc line, both In white enamel and plain. We have all sizes and prices t"m.?i?.?"" $4.98 Porch and Lawn Ooods A very large stock at a very small price. Slat Setteo (red or green), bU) MR enough for two edd.lfu Larse Arm Rocker to match Ql CC (red or Green) WisUU Large Armchair to match l CE (red or green) QliUw Ladies' Rocker to match 0Rf (red or green) sJMI See them in our window. ROOM-SIZE RUGS. S7.50 SIS.OO SIO.OO SI 8.00 S 12.00 S20.00 4 Rooms Furnished Complete. 3 Rooms Furnished Complete, $88.00 $66.00 - 904 - 906 FRANKLIN AVENUE. msamom&mnm SCHOOLS. wMwVVVwVVwVMwVVV-VVVVwVwVwVwlAw CONRATH'S CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, "Sr- 3400-3402 Lindell Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. Complete and Select Faculty In" all Branches. Diplomas Awarded. Write tor Catalogue. AMUSEMENTS. THK MOST MARVELOUS &J LaV JP 11 nr bbV s Matinees Wed. Box Office opens 9 a. n 600 P.rformtn l.owi tu goei BuTtltu'cirrrT W.nf.rfal E trtrlnl frl.-il.T. Sat., Sun Downtown KIRALFY'S LOUISIANA PURCHASE SPECTACLE. SEE and You'll Be The "Radium Dance." Tho "Tom-Tom Ballet," The Bewildered. RIVER EXCURSIONS ON MAMMOTH EXCURSION STEAMER 0O3ELXVI3SiT 3ET. SZJE3X0-O3SL FRIDAY. JUNE 10. FOR MONTEIAKO AND KIMMIWICX. IEAVE 10:30 A. HI. RETURN 6 P. M. SATURDAY, JUNE II, FOR JEFFERSON BARRACKS. LEAVE 2:30 P. M. RETURN 6 P. M. TICKETS 25c Boat $& strMt TICKETS 25c MOONLIGHT EXCURSION EVERY EVENING. Leave 8 p. m. Return 11 p- m. JAhALAI Concert Etery Evening and Matinee. KTHtror eeley For LIQUOR DRINKING. MORPHINE MI Narcalis Drat U"C, n.u.-utaoal, f7!; DR.J.B.BLAINE, "VUre 2301-3-5 Locust St.. St. "CATMCNT fa. TOBACCO AND NEURASTHENIA AMUSEMENTS ON THE PIKE.' Paris Grand Prlxe Sncccsi. PALAIS DU COSTUME. "True Merit," ?075,000 Co.t ShOTT. ON THE SCENIC RAILWAY TOD GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. SUMMER RESORTS. THE ISLAND. LAKE WINNRHAGO. WIS. A fautlfal elm-sbaded Island, containing eleven nne cottages (formerly uriiate summer homes) and a general dining hall. Only five miles from Oshkcb and a few minutes- row from the mainland. Finest lake In the Nortn. Unusual opportunities for all water and other outdoor recreations. Perfect freedom and safe ty for children everywhere. Location assures exceptionally agreeable summer weather. St. lAUis references glen. Low rates to families: absolutely no extras For beautifully Illustrated book, address The Island Co.. Oshkosh. Wis. r-wWAVKESHA (The Saratoga, ot the West) Spend your vacation at the Fountain SpringHouse where comfort, convenience and enter tainment are unsurpassed Ideal place for families. Golf and all outdoor sports. Fine Boating, Bathing and Fishing at Waukesha Beach. Life ffitlnir; rtatcr of the Fountain SprliiR free to enie.ts. Superb Or chestra. Splendid Society. Fine roads, commodious stables, livery reasonable. For ratee and lllustra'ed booklet address J.C.AValker, SIrt., Waukeha,Wls. MUDL This great resort open the year round, combine rest, health end pleasur. for your vacatlcn Only a few hours' ride from St. Louis, near Attics, Ind., on Wabash Railroad Nature' rre.tt cur. for Rheumatism. Gout. Kidney, irkln. Bladder. Stomach and nervous, diseases For beautifully illustrate msgarlne and all Information addrsM R. L- Kramer, a en. Manager. Kramer. Ind. Tt- PHANTOM LAKE INNKwfsH,A A family" resorts beautifully located on high e!eatlon: accommodates Soo guests: fine ash ing, boating, batblngr semi-weekly dances; & miles from Chicago. Wisconsin Central R. R. (Illinois Central Depot). Rates 8 to S12. Send for booklet. THOMAS EUNTON, Mgr., P. O. Mukwonago, Wis. FAMILY EXCURSION SUNDAY, JUNE 12, To Meramec and aasconad. River fishing re sortsMoselle. St. Clair. Stanton. Sullivan. Bourbon. Leasburg. Crba. steelvllle. tloaz. Cook., Salem, St. James. Rolla. Newburc. Ar lington and Jerome. j - ; ROUND TBiP RATES, $.. $1.50. Train leaves Union Station 7:00. ra-. Tower Tower Grove 10:.Q p.m.; Union-sutioniO:W pjn. VA 'Acaeta, -iioui nu uuv. vtrnuu.usjoa ma. i"i l . ; " - t. v -.?-.-j m itoa-and Tower orors, j-fey. !&. . & satnraay.s. i, fj.s.s, io a4"l tvituH1 iffiifiit iin n -i iiffl ifftit WnfflilfiiffVtfiiftiiHl CDEPIH Q FOR BARGAIN jrcu.ai.-3 HUNTERS. 112.00 Chiffoniers J7 C reduced to O lilv $9 00 Chiffoniers "DC Cfl reduced to dO.OU $15 00 Dressers Clfl IE reduced to UlUi 10 J2.00 Lace Curtains A I QE reduced to 7 01. C w S2.75 Iron Beds (J J Cfl reduced to )IiwU $3 00 Cotton Top Mattresses CJ O 01! reduced to Wb. 9 Two-Burner Gasoline ftl fj Stoves dli)U Quick Meal Gas t fin Ranges , ?lUiUU Foidinc t ne Go-Carts Wli9 "covtes?.w.'.r.?. 90c AUTISTIC CARPETS For the stairway will be found here in an endless variety of patterns. Also a fine line of Oriental or floral designs for the parlor or reception room. Please note a few of our prices: Ingrain Carpets 28c Brussels Carpets 490 Vclet Carpets 85c Linoleum, heavy grade 45c Axmlnster Carpets 95o Oilcloths 19c Mattings I2HC Open Till 9 P. nj. Saturdays. -AAAAlvVViMMArMrrMAAAMrVrrV1 SPECTACLE EVER STAGED. Tie larrtst, C.oltit nd Hlndiomtit Theater ill St. Lois. Grand and Finney.' Frulnri 8'3D. Prlcit KOc. i Eriilon 1:30. Prim 60c. 75c. $1.00, $1,50. Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00. office. C. & A. Railway, Sixth and Olive. x E.rxitu epecueeitr rrtdie- I tim t a We.Hr I Eue.dH.re f 810.000. I --.uance ot Ail jNauons," 'xne ' nyzantlne Ballet." Tho "Black and White Dance" and the 1,001 other features. De BALIVIERE AVE. Spanish National Ball Game. EVERY NIGHT AT 830. Saturday and Sunday Matinees at S Matches and Quinielas Dally. This building Is under roof, and games will be played rain or sblne. Kpey Tabasco and CIgar.it. Addiction Physlclon til Monnccp Louis. aelirieu. Beatuost 50 AMUSEMENTS ON THE PIKE. Tyrolean Alps The Most Magnificent Concession Ever Erected at a World's Fair. Trip by Rail Through Picturesque Moun tains. Finest Symphony Orchestra In America 100 Pieces. Max Bendlx of New York and Richard Heuberger ofVIenna, Conductors. Two Companies of Tyrolean Singers. Largest and Best Restaurant on Fair Grounds, conducted by Aug. Luchow of New York and Tony Faust of St. Lou's. Oberammcrrrnu Pnsslon Piny in the Church Ilullilinc. Season ticket. $10.00 for adults. J5 00 for child. Monthly 'tickets. J2.00. Tyrolean goods on sale In village Cummins' Wild West CCNTER OF PIKE. Direction Col. Fretl'k T. Cummlnn, Paid Admissions Saturday to the' Indiana Reception to Miss Alice Roosevelt 30,301 Dally Exhibitions Starting-11 a. xu. SEE THE 2-POUND INFANT IN THE BABY INCUBATOR ON THE PIKE. .Nine vrrlajEHnc- premature infant In the Artificial Mothers." HALE'S FIRE FIQHTRS ' Moat sthrllllns nnd realistic exhibi tion ever Riven, paring: rescues from hnrnlnfc building:. Ancient Ore en gine. See Hnle's wonderful horse.. Performances S, 4:30, 7:30, 0:30 p. m. Irish Industrial Exhibitor) on the Pike. Grand display ot laces. linens, art nnd Industrial products. Relies of famous Irishmen. Ireland's own band Performances In theater 2, !, 7:45 nnd !):if p. m. WHERE THE CROWDS GO CAIRO- DANCING GIRLS. NATIVES, TTAN STREETS. EOT- MYRIADS OF ORIENTAL FEATURES, Coneisalj reproduced (ram the Saltan' domain Meet Heat tne-mm SHOW 'i" HOST XOVELv ATTRACTION I Performances riailT1 2. 4. 5. C TR.a n 11 jrU AUCTIONEERS. A. A. SELKIRK. CO., AUCTION AND STORAGE. Regular sal. .very Saturday at wareaow and general offloe. WOt-lo-u! Chouteau araaaa. Sale. In residence, a .peclalty. Phone Kuuooa C- 1ST. , ' WESTERN SALVAGE " WRECKING AGENCY I90S and 1007 Washington avenue. handWr.01 Fire and Marin Sal rag. Watch for special notices. t SIMUKL HA'XS. Mnnauer. -X AMUSEMENTS. s.fcaVfc.raWWy,a,l GRAWFORDl'c'X QUINCY ADAMS SAWYER Laughs From Begiaalot toEad. UTS. (-.. 8L, H.adai MICKX 2S.S0.IS. Wed. Souvenir Mat. 3) Qulncy Adams Rawfr Jl.'aO Edition Books 150 World' Fair PjxKms and Trays 1st to enter Lad lek. Thursday Night Som enirs 100 Qulncy Adams bawjer Book 3 World's Fair Boo ks Spoon Tnys Lad I es. Saturday Mat. 100 Qulncy Adams Sawyer Books Cr. ouenlr Spoons Ladles. Night Prices IS ST. 3.. V) 7i 1 Wed. Mat. 25c and 50c OLYMPIC Augustln Daly's Musical Co. la A COUNTRY GIRL Second and Last Week. Regular Matinee Saturday. CESMTU RY"Th5n.,er MAT. TO-DAY 25c to SI.OO. St. I.niiU'.i Hlggcst Maslcnl Succeaaw A GIRL FROM DIXIE. By Harry B. Smith, author ot Robin Hood. THE WORLD'S FAIR GIRL. The home of Folly Two Frolics Daily. CHERRY BLOSSOMS BURLESQUE AND VAUDEVILLE. 30 Electrle Fans 30. , SMOKING IX PARQUET. v Next Week Merry Maiden.. . WESS LOUISIANA It is certainly a go. Republic. I Ecnliifa at 8:15. Matinees Wednesday, Sat-"1 urdar Sunday, 2:45. Downtown ticket office: Bellman's. 1130 Olive. Prices & to $1.50. Bargain mats. WetL- and Sat. FOREST PARK IGHLANDS THE BIO PLACE ON THE HILL. Ji Most Popular Family Olesort in St, Loulg, 3VI3Vrn. tvt A TvrTi-BiT.-r.l-t Famous Mezzo-Soprano. late of the Metropolis tan Opera Co , AMJ BIG VAUDEVILLE BILL. Itesered Seats S5c and 50c West End Heights. The Family Reiort of St. Loui-" NATIONAL EXfRAVAGANZA CO. In Barry Montague's Musical Comedy, THE HOT-AIR CLUU. rull of bright and sparkling comedy, good music and situations. Matinee at 3 o'clock night performances at S3& Market street cars direct. Seata on sale at Bollman Bros. SUBURBAN GARDEN." HIGH-CLASS VAUDEVILLE. S ShOTT Dally 3 enSEC nand Concert. rKCC Electric Fountain. " . " Admlaaion to Ground. BASEBALL TO-DAY Sportaman'a Park, , '' Grand and Salllvun ATCnaesi BROWNS vs. WASHINGTON. I Game Called at 3i30 O'clock. ' ' RACING Deimar Jockey Club Spring Meeting, MAY 21 TO JUNE 10. R Nitrh ftliec Rtma B.lhf w ...6 w. ...,,. w Memorial -Handicap, Monday, May 30. 4rv Admission (Including Grand Stui) $I.O0t!;-. HIGH-CLASS ipjisfu fatrtirew - ? -. -a m WIIIWIItlWVIVl.1 . "ig3 INDEPENDENT RACE TRACK, h The finest equipped plant In the countrjy J. Union avenue and Natural Brldg. road. J. A. DUFFY. Prx.lA... ' -,. , HALF TOZF.R. Secretary. &i fi). P. J. CARUODV, General MaaaseaV; $t Continuous Race Meeting- ;I- Slx or more high-class races dally, coa- ', mencln? nt 20 n. m. fitihnrhan ear . 2i run direct to race track. Olive, Pace ui! Eastern avenue lines chnnge at Union av t. nue direct to th erand stand. Cm as Spring avenue lines run within jfoar" ar J I blocks of track. Wagonettes from 'car , C:,A to crounds anrl erand stand. Fare Ec. &j S M Admission $1.00. Including 6rn.St.wi,- rf HOTELS. ," fc.fc.--. - -ii ino nniLfirri Cottage City Hotel and Cottages; Neat, clean, cool, cozy rooms for.C-'CB per day at "Cottage City," or entire coti tagc accommodatlnc 8 to 10 persons for JS.00; baths, . etc The very best view1 of the grand Illuminations can be bad from the balconies of our hotel and cot-, taxes. Two blocks from main entrance.'"' one block from Wabash station. Tako"1 Olive street World's Fair car and ft ofCrtSi at Cottage City, 5SS9 Waterman Avenuci,, MERCHANTS' COTTAQB CO.'. WILLIAM F. HOMES, H. J, DIEKNE 7J-M A-resiueni. secretary. .j.if .11ISSOUR1 STATE MUTUAL FIRE AJID .).. JIAHIM3 I.NSUKA.NCE COMPA1IT.5, A utnee, no. ilt ineamuL sr btjuia, ala Tel. Uelt Main CTIA. TeL Klnloch A WSt. Policies are written, on eltner nock or muttul plan. -?. Hf-nrv f?. Ifa9r-,rlffe. J. It. C. fjlcac. v M. It. Ortbneln. D. D. Walker. T5 i Wm. F. Homes. Jaa.?W. Bell. 4) Do You Ever stop to consider the prcsmt efficiency ot tbe TELEGRAPH SERVICE compared with what it was before tne "POSTAL." , entered tbe field? V iS'i CONSULT ' g DR. HinsCHBERQ. tbe 'eye spr ciallst, about your-eyes. Consultation and examination free. Carletoa) Duuaing.L 2a naor, sixtn ana uuvsv, Entrance on Sixth st ' . jAXefir nil TO NO MSaEYJIU. cu I'll r.A le.1 IW Ttm te-ra.tMl mI taalBaaim mmi a', -? 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