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KVKewfTPT 'JjSW"5. ?inp:r'WVlMSy -fwtrKf" Wr-iHI a v'r-jAa?- ,rv sjfcyr. TS(;Ct-VVfc - -w."V- SO,a?S! J-ftftrsJHfclnft?1flt' frrfM-jNBnfn J 'y&Bpejj- e """" m THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. JUNE 24. 190.- u m I CURES Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. It enables you to eat -what you like, and all you like. It positively cures nervousness and sleeplessness. If you are -weak. I you are despondent. If you need a tonic don't fall to try Paw PiXZ. 1 know It will make you well. MUNTON. WILL GIVE SI000 if I Fail to Cure Any Cancer or Tumor I treat before It poisocsdeep glands. S'oKnife or rain. "o pay until cured. No X-Ray or other St die. A Pacific Island plant makes the cures. Any tu morJumpcrsoreon tie lip, faceorsny where alx months la nearly always cancer. AES3LBTE CBUAITEE ISO-pare book oftes ttmonlala sent free. ANY LUMP IK WOMAN'S BREAST la nearly always CANCER and If neglect ed vrlll alirara poison deep glands In the armpit and kill quickly. .Address DR. & MRS. OR. CH AMLEY & CO. Office., 201 & 203 if. 12fli Strict S. Lents, 8s. SEND TO SOMEONE WITH CANCER. "THE BARGAIN HUNTERS" $100.00 Circs airav next week. Watch lor th BARGAIN ADS nr THE WEDNESDAY REPUBLIC. 23ES "WABASH PASSES DIVIDEND ON DEBENTURE "A" BONDS. President Ramsey- States Heavy Op erating Coats and Larce Expend! ,ff, tares Slake Steps Necessary. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New Tork. Juno It Persons "who have) been prophesying; the payment of Interest 'In the Immediate future on "Wabash de- rhenture "B" bonds were disappointed after -. the meetlnr oj Wabash directors to-day. ..when It was announced not only that no ' Interest had been declared on the B's." but that the Interest on the debenture "A" bonds had been passed, fortho' first' time since 1KB. The failure of the 'Wabash directors to declare the Interest on the debenture was . a surprise In well-informed railroad circles and the necessity for doing so was not ' realized by the majority of "the 'Wabash directors- themselves until they were In formed this morning that the "Wabash Burplus would not Justify the declaration of the regular interest. It was then deemed advisable to pass, the interest al together n order that the resources of the company might be conserved as far as possible. Practically all of the debenture "A" bends are held by members of the Gould family or Russell Sage. Joseph Ramsey. Jr., president of the Wabash, said to-day that the heavy op erating cost in the last six: months com bined with the extensive Improvements that have been made on the -system, the ' cost of which has been largely defrayed from earnings, rendered the payment 'Of r Interest on the debentures out of the question. Sir. Ramsey said that gross earnings of the system had Increased ' steadily for more than nineteen months, " but that extraordinary causes had caused a shrinkage In the net revenue. It Is probable that interest on the debenture t, ag jj , restored at the next date for the declaration of interest on the deben- tuxes, as it is expected that the benefit or the Plttsbur? extension will be felt by that time. Of the Wabash debenture "A" - bonds there are 'outstanding 53,500,000. Thief Snatch Woman' Parse. . Mr. Emily Scbecjce. a World's Fair vis- . nor trom Cincinnati. O.. who Is stopping at No. ini Dolman street, reported to the '.ponce last nlcht that while she was at .Broadway and Washington avenues her parse, which contained 13. had been snatched by an unidentified man. SPECIALTIES. NOTICE I Marrtac and Death Notices Inserted In Th Republic will b forwarded by tala- crapa to any on or all of tn papers ' named below for almultaaeoua mbllcatlon. wtthoat extra chars?. If a request ta d ao accompantea the copy. Notleea recelvad after rolinlxht cannot be forwarded, how ever, nntll th nert ereolns. Chlcajp Rec-Herald. Buffalo Csnrler. JJ w l ork Tlrnea. Clndnaatl Engnlrer. Phlla. Public Ledr. Boston Globe. "' ""buix Dinateta. Ealttmara Herald. Roeberter Herald. Waanlnrton Poat. Eyracnae Post-Stand- ProvMenc Journal. ,?.' ,, St. Paul Pioneer Preaa. Mlnneapolla Tribune. MARRIED 3vHITTINGHA3f VANDEVENTER-On Wed- nesday. Jun S. 1304. at Holyv Cross Crrarsh. ---'-'--"--- -i-i-.-M-.-.r.-,r.-M-wii-if.. Wnlttlngham. a.sUted by the Reverend W r llonUromery Downey. Eleanor Tburaton Van- rtevmter. daughter of Mr. and Mm. Aucustua Vandeventer, to Georpo Herbert Whlttlnxnanv DEATHS. , MAAAAAVW ,,M,," . . - - - -- I BSi'.CEEnCTrt "to ret on Tuesday. Jane en. MOt .at .1 o'clock a. m.. John Bruce, beloved husband of Eland Bruce fne Hood), and father ct James D. Jobn. jr.. Alex. G. and Munm Brace and Sirs. M. G. Flafc. Funeral will Mke tfc,nfr ? JmllT residence. No. S3 Cot- tace avenue. 6n Sunday, at Z o'clock, to Bells- fjntalae Cemetery. Frlenda axe Terpectfollr m- -Vm. ,?2?Ka J f "nber of Golden Crown alSS "J?-- pa anii Covenant Lodire. $&2-JL.- V- W- Scotch-American papS a please copy. CONDON On Wednenday. June 3. 18i at OiS ? r irf,. O"1!00. beloved frlen J. and wife. Petrr A am. c.t. t, s.rvi&f W...A . . .;" tea Lawton avenue Friday. Jane :t at "JO 5: to St Frands Xarier's Cbureb, thence t to Calvary cemetery. Friends Invited to at teaa. Texarkana. Art, papers pi-are copy. DONNELLT-On Thursday, June 3. Hoc Ada R, Donnelly fnee MeCann). beloved wife of J. J. Doxmelly. Funeral will take nlace- Saturday tmcrnlns". Jane S, at JSO o'clock, from reaf Mdenee. Not C21C Kenslngtcn avenue, to New Cathedral Church, then4 to Calvary Cemetery. 4 GRAHAM-On Thursday. June 3. ISM. at aevtlaad. O . Henry B. Graham. Foseral "aertlcts at Cleveland Saturday afternoon. TirjppERT ARer a lonr lllnefs. la BuRalo. tf. T, June JO. ISM at Jia) a. m Gnstav wRnBDert. aon of Martin Rtrooert. Funeral win . take dar. fmm ?Jo SS St Anthoav rtTt. "Trienda are lavlted. Uartln RuooeTt. father? Gajtav Rnnpert. aon: Lizzie Mueller, slater;. huj auicr. WVlira-urHMl, 4- iWAGONER UNDERTAKING CO. X12T OUTC ST. Day or Night. BORAX IN FOOD CLOUDS THE BRAIN. Doctor Wiley Declares Adulter ated ProductsShould Be Ex cluded From the Market. RESULT OF THE POISON TEST. A'cid Preservatives Cause Loss of Appetite and ' Reduction o Tlesh, .Savs Report to the Government. REPUBLIC STECIAL. Washington, June 13. Results obtained from Doctor HW. Wiley's experiments, under the direction of the Department of Agriculture, with a view to ascertaining the effect of boric acid and borax as pre servatives, on the human system, are announced in a report to -the Secretary of Agriculture. The report embodies data obtained from the prolonged tests at the Bureau of Chemistry, instituted a year and a half ago. Doctor Wiley's report says that borax, even In small doses of seven and one-half grains a day, is harmful, when, taken with constancy, and that, although no particu larly evil effects are noticed in persons eating borax at it occurs In the food prod ucts preserved for consumption, we must not forget that the weak, the old and the -very young are more liable to have their health undermined by the use of such foods than are the strong and the middle aged. x)r ins reason, he declares that the safe rule would be to exclude from the markets all food products adulterated with borax or other harmful preserva tives. When mixed with food, they are ab sorbed into the circulation from the In testinal canal. They tend to create a dis like for the food In which they are found, due more largely to the mental attitude than to any bad taste. If continued for a long time, in quantities not exceedinc a half-gram or seven and one-half grains per day, they cause occasional periods of loss of appetite, bad feeling, fullness In the head and distress in the stomach. If given In large and Increasing doses, these symptoms are more rapidly devel oped and accentuated, with a slight cloud ing of mental processes. When increased to three grams a day, the doses sometimes cause nausea and vomiting. There is but little apparent dis turbance In the process of digestion or assimilation. - The administration of the preservatives, the report says, tends to diminish slightly the weight of the body. The general con clusion is reached that It is not advisable to use borax in food articles Intended for common and continuous use. At all events, adds the report, the quality and character of the preservatives used should be plainly marked. Why" Is a Train Called She,t . Why Is a train called "She"? Eramole: The Katy Flyer" and "The Katy Fair Special." HAWLEY DISAGREES WITH'HARRIMAN. Resigns From Executive Gommit- tee and Directorate of the Southern Pacific and Other Steamship and Railroad Properties. New Tork, Jane 3. Edwin Hawley of this city has retired from the Executive Committee ana directorate of the South ern Pacific Railroad Company. He has long been a prominent factor in the prop erty, and his retirement will cause treat surprise in railroad circles. It is supposed his resicnatlon was hantted in two weeks ago, although per sons In a position to know absolutely re fuse to discuss the matter or to make public Mr, Hawleys reasons. Differences of opinion With the Harriman Interests over the management of the Alton Rail road are, however, thought to have been the cause. . , Mr. Hawley began his railroad career" in 1S67, and for years was one of thej late Collis P. Huntington's trusted agents in the development of the Southern' Pa cific. He was best known as general traffic manager, although his sphere of in fluence extended to all departments. He Is credited with having negotiated the sale of the Huntington interests' to the Union Pacific. ilr. Hawley has also retired from tfie Pacific Mail Steamship Company and all other Haniman properties in which ho was interested. Kanaas CIty-St. Lonia Line. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Columbia. Mo..June a At a meeting ot the Columbia City Council to-night a franchise was granted to the Missouri Central Electric Railroad Company, al lowing it to construct a line ana operate cars through Walnut street in Colum bia. The Missouri Central, as projected, will run from Kansas City to St. Louis passing through the principal towns on the route. Railroad Ifotes and Changes. . The SIrectors.ot the Lake Shore, the illch laan central and tbe New Tork Central rail ways yesterday perfected organization for the year. B. V. Rosalter was elected vice president of the Lake Shore, to succeed the late E. rx Worcester; Bwbcbt W. Pardee was elected aec- retary or tbe New york Central, succeeding Mr. Worcester; . V. RoBltvr was electM vice president and- Dwlcht W. Pardee secretary of the New Tork and Putnam Railroad. -The r malnlcr officers of the seterai companies were reelected. A semiannual dividend of 1U per cent on the stock ot tbe Canada Southern Railway was declared yesterday, maklnj: a total of 2K per cent en this rtcek for the present year, as compared with 2 per cent la 1903. -The reimlar conference between the rxecc tlre ofndals of the Rork Island and Frisco railroad companies was held yesterday. B. L. Winchell and U. L Miller of the Rock IIand auesded. Application was made yesterday by tbe Ter minal Association of the New York Stock Ex- cnange zo list its .is.oaj.vv oona isue. in , AVho la Tbe Red Head? The curiosity of the readers of The Re public has been aroused of late by the frequent appearance of an advertisement signed. "The Red Head." "Write The Red Head." You will undoubtedly get an answer protnpUy. IT you want to know who he Is write to The Red Head. Alleced Embracer Arrested. John H. Doyle, who is wanted in St, Louis on the charge of embezzling S37 from the Crockett. Manufacturing Com pany is tinder arrest at San Antonio, Tex- accordine; to a telegram received by Chief Desmond yesterday. Doyle's ar rest, according' to the telegram, was the result of him represehtlcjj- himself as Barney Frauenthal, tbe ticket agent at Union Station. An officer will be sent to i in THE IRISH I The last touches have been put to the sreat National Exhibit of Ireland, which' is now one of the most, popular resorts on the Fair grounds. Although situated on the of a splendid general exposition. Its theater, restau rant and other features FOUR TRAINS DAILY TO CHICAGO ALL VIA MERCHANTS BRIDGE. LEAVE ST. LOUIS 8:40 A. H. 11:45 A. M. 9:10 P.M. 11:34 P. fil. "FAIR SPECIAL" "DAYLIGHT SPECIAL" "DIAMOND SPEGIAL" "MIDNIGHT SPECIAL" ALL TRAISS STOP AT (Kid ST., HYDC PARK, SDtb ST. AXD S2d ST. CITY TICKET OFFICE, 308 N. BROADWAY. SCHOOLS. Itch Ebb Han ESTABLISHED 1839. SeeksS the patronage of discriminating parents and admits boys of good character only. For descriptive book and full Information addreas Colonel F. IV. V. BLEES, Superintendent, - 1G.1 Fort Bleea, Silicon 3Io. LEXIHBTOH COLLEGE AKD rwi. uiKLOAnu ruunu nuBtN. Lexington, wo., near Kansas Cltr. tiou la t( State. All modfra Improrwnpnts. Decrees ceafiriVd te fonr neramte icfcoals: Knny? -siisri "V.-, ""p;f" """"; 'Jiim"SPSrn'a- .nnao3ieo Haeif lfna lfaa4inAri a. . COOC. A. B.. Kiuhm CONRATH'S CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC 3400-3402 Llndoll Conplrls and Stleet Facollj In all Bnachu. Tor a catalocue of tbe Oldest and Largest Hlllt arj School tntbeUlddle West,addima 'S WAS NOT NEW I0EA, Major Castleman Declares We Were Called "Americans" More Than a Century Ago. ACT OF VIRGINIA ASSEMBLY. Obtains His Facts From an Old Book Entitled "The Cabells and Their Kin" Ances tor Fixed Name. That there is nothing new under the sun is aptly proven by a reference to his tory, made by Major Humphrey Castle man, Chief of the World's Fair Insur ance Bureau, showing that Secretary Hay's recent order making us "Ameri cans" instead of United States citizens was anticipated more than 100 years ago. To an ancestor of Major Castleman te Iongs the honor of fixing the name "American" upon all the people of the larger part of the North American Conti nent, and Major Castleman submits that Mr. Hay's recent order is but a late echo of that far earlier designation made by bis forefather. It was on April ID, 177&; but a few weeks prior to the Declaration of Independence that the Virginia Convention passed a resolution in which the rebellious asser tion was made that the people of this country be hereafter known as Amer icans. This resolution, which was the forerun ner of the momentous document so glo riously proclaimed July I, 1776, and which brought on the long war of Independence, was Introduced In the convention of the Dominion State by Carter Henry Harri son, great-great-grandfather of the pres ent Mayor of Chicago, and great grand father of Mr. Castleman. The audacious resolution pass-! the convention without a hitch and was the very first legislative announcement of the individual national character of the peo ple of the North American Continent. Major Castleman obtains his facts in relation to the nomenclature of the people of the United States from an old hook, en titled. "The Cabells and Their Kin." He Is connected with the Cabells, the Breck lnridges and about every other family prominent in Kentucky and the South. Major Castleman was himself a member of the famous Morgan's Raiders in the Civil War, and is a brother of General -Castleman of Kentucky. CASTOR I A ArhaodOMix WEHTWOiTH SIS mi cni EXHIBITION. Pike its character is that are of the highest order. ARRIVE CHICAGO! 4:50 P. K. 7:45 P. M. 7:27 A. f. 8:04 A. H. MSL8TARY ACADEMY. MISSOURI CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC 1. a. w . . r. . - .t otienta. H.n-f,it.ln.fw i"W1 EDWARD n . WU1T. A. M., PraMcat. J; Louis cohrath, Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. Dlplocti Awarded. Writs for Catalojse. MILITARY ACADEMY, Lexington, Mo. Short Talks on Publicity-No. 7 More advertismg fails to sell goods on account of weak, un convincing copy than through the unwise selection of mediums. The copy is your salesman, the medium is his introduction to the consuming public While it is no simple matter always to select the right mediums, it is'slill more difficult ' give the space you buy its maximum selling power. In these matters the manu facturer needs the highest quality of practical assistance rather than theoretical advise or guess work. H. E. Lesan Company Advertising. Newspapers Magazines Street Cars Outdoor Display Third National Bank Bldg. Tel, Main 961 M. , St. Loms Iiaa tllniucr-rooms seatinK nearly 3.UUO; serves a !Stlc noon luncheon; a 75c evening Ilnneri also "a in carle" serv ice nil the .lay lone, which makes It the most popnlnr place on the srronndn to dine. Don't nils, tnklnc n raenl n the larcest hoirl In the vrorlil. It't. Do YouEver stop to consider the present efficiency of tbe TELbORAPlt SERVICE compared with what it was before tbe "POSTAL" entered lb: lield? Foil; Selects "Wrlcht Delegates. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Mountain Grove. Mo June 23. Joseph TV. Folk has selected the following delc iratcs for Wrtzht.Cmmty to the State Democratic Motninatlns Convention at Jefferson'City: A. J. Summers. HartvD!; James D. Reynolds. Mansfield : J. TiV. Al len. Mountain Grove; Tv J. Walker. Xor wood: Doctor fV. St- Hamilton, Mansfleld. and H. E Stiff. Mountain Grlvc. alter nates. Besxstha Eigcatsre W fi Ga&!!fffl&&x, lississippi liver Excursions DAILY TRIPS MAMMOTH EXCURSION STEAMERS C0RWI& H. SEiSJEH and OITY OF PROVIDENCE FOR MOTESAr. TUE3DYS w EDXESDATS tut Tcr va :.ti.va :j a. jt, FRIDAYS """"""" f RETURN p. M. SATURDAYS SUXDAYS LEAVE i M A. JL. Rm-RNl-JP. M. LEAVE 1:3) P. M. RETURN 7:00 P 11 LEAVE 130 P. M. RETURN 1M P. AL 50-Rtiile River Ride Fresh Air-Cool Breezes. Orand Meon light Excursions Ever? Evening.. BOATS LEAVE 8 P. M.. RETURN 11 P. M. ROUND-TRIP TICKETS ON City of Providence LEAVES FROM FOOT CF OLIVE ST. Office. 313 Olive st. Telephones: Klnloch. A 133: Bell. Main ESi- - THE FEATURE m Open iron 10 . M. to 2 P. M. Two Reproduct-'ens or V.c Famous Bstl c Section TO-DAY at 3:j0 and 8:30 I'. M. Three Reproductions To-Morrow, Saturday, 2:20, 1:30 anl 8:30. Signal guns Ursa 33 minutes before each perform mce. IT ON THE PIKE ADMISSION, WITH SEATING ACCOMMODATIONS : BLEACHERS, 25c. GRAND STAND, 50c. BOXES, $1.00. SPECIAL NOTICE Dnrlnc the 4.10 performance To-3Iorroiv, Sat nrilny afternoon, there vrlll l.c oleninticil, nltliln the arena, a crand xnllltary ivcddlnc lictvrcen William 31offat Jones, n Roer etcran, and .Illa C. P. Mflntyrr. nleec of Commandant 3Iare, a prominent Doer officer. The ceremony vrlll be performrd uy Gen. Cronje, accordlni: to all a. sal rltcn and cnatoraa of the Doer people R WAR INVITATION! All imitations for tb3 opsnlng psrrcfmancs anused will bi boiorel unlil Friday eiealng, Jdos 24th, after which thsj cannot lis accepled. 1RACENC1 anftpei mBifw . db iimn mma uim "WDEPE5DEXT" AD OPPOSED TO RACING TRfST. SPEGIAL FEATURES FOR SATURDAY, JUNE 25, ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR HANDICAP,. Distance, One and OneiSlxteenth Miles. HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE, SHORT COURSE, About One and Three-Eighths Miles. And MILE RACE FOR GEXTLE3IEX RIDERS. A host of the crack horses of the country will compete In the various events. yo AD31ISSIO.V FEE CHARflED to Reserved Seats. Grand Stand or Infield. MOTTO! Square, Clean Hncin.5. HOW TO GET THERE: Take Suburban Line of cars direct to Race Track. I-'lrt Race at 2rfSOP. M aXaeaBgssMBsBMisSssSsH VALUE $50,000. Hermis, Gold Heels, McChcsney, Colonial Girl, Bernays, Dick Welles, America's greatest horses, will compete " for America's championship at AIR mm SATURDAY, JUNE 25. Admission to grounds and infield on that day free. Grand stand, $2.00; reserved seats, $2.00 extra. dim I JLi"ll Concert E.srj Ersning and Matinee. C1IE3IICAI. DCIL3JIXG. Stl. and Jx1: For LIQUOR DRINKING, MORPHINE tx5 MeeleV Jiairj0DrqUtIi,CUiUda,Tsi3a3dC'sarrUJUac!to. iCGIey a'iy-x. DD.J.E.BLAINE. Phv.lolnnnJMntuwr -S.'' -"Ure 2801-3-5 Locust St.. Sfv. Louis. ' '- w, --.-- rn TO. .ceo i HOTELS. Cottage City Hotel's and Cottages,- Xtnt. clean, cool, cosyv rooms at "Cottace City." or entire cottase nc cnjnmodatlnar 8 to lO persons. Baths, etc. Good restaurant, barber shop. Reasonable prices. The very bst I?iv of lite Brand Illumination- can br-had from the balconies of oar ho ld anil cottnejes. Two blocks from main entrance. one block from Vabash station. Take Olive street World' Fair car noil set off nt Cot tRe, City, S5S9 Waterman nvenne. MercI.ants'Cottnce Co. "THE BARGAIN HUNTERS" $100.00 Given swsv nest week. Watch for th. BARGAIN ADS in Tins WEDNESDAY REPUBLIC. GFOUR -TO- DINCSNNATi FOUR FAST TRAINS. amusements. " auctioneers. FOR JEFFERSOJf I34RRACKS. TUESDAYS , WEDNESDAYS I LEAVE 2S0 P. M. FKIOAYS ... I RETURN 5 .10 P JL SATURDAYS ) SUNDAYS LEAVE 10 A. iL RETURN 1 P. M. ALL TRIPS 25c Corwin H, Spencer LEAVES FROM FOOT OF LOCUST ST. Office on nharfboat. foot Locust st. Tel ephones : Klnloch. D FOI: Bell. Main 1113. OF THE FAIR. lnt aouth of Ferrii Wheel, near Temple of Fraternity, anil taut of Agriculture llnlldinir. Spe cial Intrumnral Station. l-ST, LOUIS'S HOST POPULAR RACE TRACK. MR HANDICAP. Di BILIVJERE AVE. Spanish National Bali Game. EVERY NIGHT AT S3. FXJNDAT MATINEE AT Z- 3-farrirf 7f! QnlntMa Da My. This bullinjc i vnJcr nf. and fcarat !Il 1 plrvd niin r fhln Urgs'sl sRd Haniisonesl estaurant fllsssss9ssssssSEsBsssssisBssBa9BB IH ST. 10MS. Best accommodations for Banquets Recep tions and Priv ate Din ner Parties. Music by Vogel's Orchestra Olive. every ment. Bell flitu. timai (M -Iwure SM MCW.ASTMC-I. SUMMER RESORTS. HOTEL MARSLAND south iiAvnr, miciu Nsr the beach toadae. iMtbliit mild flablns Electric lights and runnins- water In all rooms; prtrate batba. Service and ctifnine n ipe claltr. Bookl-t. -STEWART & STEWART. Proprietors. OLAVM TMa treat resort open tbe year retxed. oabta rtft, beaJih nd jpleasur for rear rvcatijn. Oats a few !wr rMe from St. Louis, near Attica. Ini-.ca Wabsah Rtllroed Nature" arearn eura for Jtbeomatlnn. OoaU Kidney. tain. Bladder. Stcxnach and nmouie dUraae. per beautlfulle jtlostrate reaitarln aM al InfnrmntlOTt. a4tfrwa K. I Kramer. Oen. affasaser. Eramrr. Ind. 71. GSEEHBRIER WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS WESf VIROINIA. (The "OLD WHITE" Suloburi, open June ZS. Famous for Its ralohur bntbs. Modem Improvs mects. with nrlrate baths. Orchestra. Tarm f)5 to ta week. 5a to tW permonth. "- CTA1I 'Ick'U for St. Louis Rxposltion. via C o. Rv hav- to-ver pr1ril.r at White Sulphur. Write for booklet. Address GEO. A. MILLS, jr.. Manager, Qreenbrler White Sul phur Springs. W, V. TONKA BAY HOTEL, Lals Mlaattoaka MlaanotM. Strictlr first-lass: everr smuaement certain tng; bllllzrdsuooL Everything new and up to date; 200 rooms. Headquarters for exclusive yacht cJnb. with a fleet of tn fine sailing yachts. Ladles and gents' cafe, with Ont-clas. a la carte service st- populsr prices. Post of Oce aid station at hotel. C. H. Goodfree, manager. Handsome booklet en application. Rates. US to S3 per week. Opens June ST. SEASIDE HOUSE Ocean front: every comfort, iadadlng sea wa ter baths, elevator, golf. etc. T. P. COOK. & SON. Formerly of th Hotel Besat. AVCTION AND STORAGE. Ketutar al rvtxj btuurtUy ax wax at general ot3e. lf-l&U csouteaa avtna. hi! la residence a tpccUUr. pboo Klaleeai C IC7 WESTERN SALVAGE WRECKING AGENCY lC and le UnMrrtnn avraaa. bandlan of r:r aad iLirtn galraia. n'atea for aaacial uoiirra. SMt r:i. .. )Ina:r. AMUSEMENTS. J THEATER 0 Grand and Finney. IlFY'S LOUISIANA PUnCHASE SPECTACLE. 600 Performers 2.C0O Ceslnmes GOnGEQLS UALLET. FVEMXGS 8:3D...S0c, 7ic, JI.OO, JLSO MATINEE:.: 1 3,WEDtAT., l2i-25c, 50c 7Se, JLOO Downtown Ticket Office, C & A. R R., fuia ana uiite. U.lijyietttTielM" GEHTURY-SSSSSr' Onlr Musical Comedjr In Tojtn. A GIRL FROM DIXIE. 3) Bis Sons Illta. PrettT Clrti. surely e World's Fair. Reaular Matinee Saturdar. Every Evening And All Nsxt eck. CRAWFORD VZS TTI HU..Ia. Jtllll. rum. ?s.s IJf. QUIKCYADiihSSAWYcR LacTht From Eertnniae to End. . t-OOUiST TRE.VTER IN THE C1TT. Em: har Ens'and Ptay Ever Written. 'l-)rr Prl i; s v. tn ts i STANDARD. FRrV?&T. Welter-Welsht Champlomhlp WrestUnr Match Eetweea TOM POWERS and BILLY KRAMER 1C Pound. ldlPctuids. Catch-ai-Catch Can; Two Out cf Three Fall. KSg" H.QHLANDS THBBIS PLACE ON THE RILL. Most Popular Family Resort In St. Louis. JESS DANDY, iSSSZSSr' AND HIGH-TLASS VtUDSVILLn BILL. Admljalon to Hopkins PaiUcn. 10c Raierved rests. ISc and 5xv SUBURBAN GARDEN GREATER VAUDEVILLE - II Wtrna & BUaebtri MujIzmI tCtUL W' Rcid&aUbcn Spitstll Bros. HEK Chms.BurkriL Klaeto&zpb. UtEE! ADMISSION TO GROUNDS FREE! beats aelllna- at Bcllman'a. WEST END HEIGHTS. Opp. S. W. entrance World's Fair Cate- Tha family Kaon of . Louis. The National Ex travaganza Co. Another Merry Musical Comedy by HARRY MONTAOCK. wiemw TIIE SC3UIER GtRL- Cat-Jrv Music. Urfrht vnrctOr and Beautlf.il Girls. Matinee at 1:30. Nlsht performance at 830. Market st. cars direct All lines transfer. SWEDISH DAY $ SWEDISH DAY Swrdlsh Students' Chon's from the University of I Lund. Sweden. Eololit JOHN FORSZLL, Barytone Royal Opera. Stockholm. MUSIC HALL, Oliic end IStfi Sts., 8 P. M. Reserved seats at Coll.-r.an's. Sac T5c 41.0O. Steam lEChta'ArtagRan, For familv Picnics and nrlvatn .tnint'nn Accocitrcdates 50 people. For terms and dates address H, w. LETHB. Agent, foot of Vine street. Bell, Main 23; Klnloch. w 11CL AiVIUSEMENTS ON THE PIKE. SSSSSS's' TYROLEAN ALPS. SEW FEATtnn. Splendid llrn.s Rand In Afternoon. Ertninj-F!q-t Symphcny Orchestra la Amer. lea loo Plecss. Mix Eendlx ot New Tors and Richard Heubrc-r of Vienna. Ccnductota. MAGIC OROTTO NOW OPEN Trip by Kail Thruuxa ricturBju Mou.it. Ins. Paintlncs It Art Gallery by Gnatett Tyrolean Artists. Two Companies of Tyrolean Slayer. Largest and bt restaurant cn Fair grounds, conducted by Aug. Lnchow- of New Tcrlr and Tony Faun of St Louis. Oberammerraa Pas sion Play In ths church bulldinc. Seai-on tick ets. 110 far adults, xs foe cbLd; monthly tick eta. C YGU MISS THE TRIP OF YOUR LIFE If rou aU to ride on the wonderful FEURES WHEEL. The view afforded from Its lofty height Is irrander than that ever fcen by mortal. Hear tha World-Faasd Ferris WtolBas,. Ton dare not ml-s It. lals du Costume. Thirty-three Msrvelous -HUtorlcal Tableaux of LSOO Veara. Cost. KR.W,. JERUSALEM Reproduced nt tbe World'sFalr. Festival parade dallr at 3 o'clock. See th tmar. Diorama of Mount of Olives. Jews Walling Wall and Via Dolorosa ADKISSIO.Y Tk-. HiLE'S FiScHSHTtRS on ( KEL Most tbrllllnc aid realistic exilhl tlon .ever clven. Darlnsj reseoea fnna I.nrnlac bnlldlns. Ancient Are eo Blnes. See Ilnlc's wonderful horses. Performance 2, 4.30, Ti30r 0i3O p. -m. Irish industrial Eihibiton ontte Pike. Grand dlsnfay of Inees. llaens. art rind Industrial products Relic ot famon Irishmen. Ireland's awn hand. Performance In tbealer S. 4. 7.43 nnd Oil? p. ro. SCHOOLS. WABB SEKISARY Etf rth yeat Faculty 53l seminary and Special Courses. CAUege preparation. Boarding poptls limited t 110. An Ideal Christian home. Com plete apiulntments For catslogn address J. D. ULANTON. LL. IX. President. HOUINS INSTITUTE,!! EttabltthtdinlilS Tor the HitBer Ldscitioa of YotraJ LidSss raraltr.lIgenUemcsaiidaUdies. EnroUmrat. SO nnnla frocx 3 states, yorllhurratedcarstoeae, apply to , KISS JIATTT L. COCKE, ftn, IloUina, , a. LIKOEIIWOODCOLLEIEhSgifSo: 1SJ1-13W The plnneer girls' school of th West. Rexular. aassleal and College Prenara tory courses. Music Elccutlon. Art. GEO. C VIET1. Director. Besutlful locaUon. Electric ears tn St, Louis. Caulocue on appllcatlcn. REV. GEORGE FREDFR1C ATRES. Fb, D.. Prest. WHERE TO DUE AT THE WORLD'S FAIR GROUNDS. GO TO THE ALPS AND SEE. GO TO Schweickartit's PARK VIEW AND EAT. GOOD AND REASONABLE. OnoOsite Tern State Bulldlns-. .WILLIAM F. ROUES. H. 3. DlEKNEmi Prtslrat. secretary. ESTABT,trfrErJ TN MO. MISSOURI STATE MUTUAL FIRE AXD HARIXE I.tSL'RASCE COMPAJtr. Olrce. Nu. Ill Cueunut su. tot. lauu Ma. 1L 1111 ilaln 1.71A. TtL Klnloch A MC Pou&es ar wrlttsa on slther stock ccPautttU plan. . - Mnrr C. Kaarstlck. J. R. C Locas, J. R. Orthwela, IX D. WalLerT 1 4 ! ll ' this aty to Dnng jjoyie cact, 3 -? -v.