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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. JULY 28. 1004.
N K -4 iff- -.'SBLmS 1 M-'-x. Congested Bowels Cause Typhoid Fever Ds not neglect your health. Assist nature occasionally by taking Heptol Splits (Laxative) The pleasant, palatable, sparkling mineral water. It flushes the bowels and Cures Constipation 1 5c. Everywhere 1 5c The Morrison Co. New York ST. LOUIS Waoo CHARGED WITH OBTAINING MONEY UNDER PRETENSES. Postal Inspectors Arrest MmiaKrers ot Itrntal Company (or Allmed Fraudulent Use or the Mails. Arthur Bocnert. Theodora Stcsner and l'hll O. Brb were arrested yesterday by Deputy United States Marshal J. J. Wil liams, charged with uplng the malls In an attempt to defraud. They were unable to give bond and were placed In jail pending their hearing, which is set for this morn ing. The men. who have had offices In the Laclede building, have been managers of a. corporation known as the Missouri Hental Company. This concern, according to information received by the Post-Oflice authorities, has been In operation since early In March, and has been represented to be In choree of several hotels in the city. It was Incorporated with a capital of $10,000. and sold considerable stock to persons in St. Louis, It Is said, represent ing to those who bought that they would be given positions in the hotels controlled by the company at salaries commensurate with the amount of stock purchased An Investigation made by Inspectors J. L. Stice and W. L. Piatt is said to have revealed the fact that the company had no controlling Interest in any hotel in the city.' They learned, they say, that a hotel at No. U2s Pine street had been in charge of the company for several days, but that the rent was not paid and the hotel was -taken from them. During the time this hotel was rented by the company one of the woman stock holders had a position. She says that she was not paid for her services. Boenert and Stcgner were arrested by the local authorities Monday charged with obtaining money under false pretense. They were released on bones yesterday. It Is said that the men also were op erating a mining company called the Jackson Consolidated Mining Company of Utali Stosner came to St. .Louis Irom .Kansas City, where ho was engaged In the brokerage business. Moros, Pysrmies, Iajorrotes, and Every Nation on Earth In the grand Railroad and Transportation Parades, Exposition grounds, Saturday next. NOTICE. llarrlar. and Death Notices Inserted In Th. ReDOblle will be forwarded by tele rranh to any on or all of the papers named below for simultaneous publication, without extra chare If a request to, do o accompanies th. copy. Notices received after midnight cannot be forwarded, how ever, until the next evening Chicago Rec-Herald. Buffalo Courier. New Tork Tlmei. Cincinnati Enquirer. Phlla. Public Ledeer. Bomon Globe. Plttsbursh Dispatch. Baltimore Herald. rtocheter Herald. Washlnrton Post. Minneapolis Tribune. Providence Journal. .Syracuse post-Stand- St. Paul Pioneer Press ard. Cleveland plain Dealei DEATHS. sui.iirt.nr n 'i' i .. ...mm nAKEWELL-On Tuesdav morning. July It, Kit Cornelia Josephine McNalr Bakewell, daughter of Nina (McNalr) Bakewell and Paul ' BakewelL aeed jears 4 months and 1 day. Funeral from St. Francis Xalcr (College) Church. Orand avenue and Llndell, on Thurs day. July it. at a. m. Interment private. DRISCOLL-Entered into rest, on Wednes day, July 17. 1J04. at 6:10 o'clock a. m . Mar garet Driseoll (nee Eaan), relict of the late John Driseoll. our beloved mother, and dar grandmother of John, Thomas and Annie whalen and Mrs. Mamie Ketcher. after a brief illness, at the age of 65 years The funeral will take place on Friday. July 23, at t o clock p. m., from residence of Mrs. Mamie KetrhJr. Ho. 1427 North Sixth street, to St. Patrick's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends invited. HERRMANN-On Tuesday. July 25. 19t.at 1:30 a. m.. William F. Herrmann, after a Iln rerinr Illness, at the age of 22 jears 4 months and IS days Funeral will take place from the .ramify residence. No 1612 South Seventh street. on Thursday. July 23, at 2 p. m. Friends are Invited to attend. inOB-On Tuesday, July 26. 1904. at 6:45 p. ?., Charles Hlob, beloved husband of Bertha Hob (nee Bonner), and our dear brother, aged to yean. Funeral Thursday. July 2S. at 2 p. m., from residence, No. 2428 Meramee street. ,, HOFFMANN-On Wednesday. July 27, 1904. after a short Illness, James Howard Hofrmsnn, bt loved son of Sergeant John and Maigte Hoff mann (nee Nolan), and our dear brother, at ths art of 3 months and II days. Funeral from family residence. No. 2311 Nebraska avenue. Thursday. July 28, at 1 p. m., thenco to Cal vary Cemetery. UIWIN-On Tuesday. July 26. 1904. at 8:30 n. m.. Marin Irwin, wife of the late James Irwin and mother of Marr Webb (nee Irwin). Mrs. Nora Roran (nee Oradv). Funeral from family residence. No. 1212 Clinton street, on Thursday. July 28. at S P. m.. to St. Michael's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends invited: LAnKIN-Mondar. July 2J. 1VH. at 7:80 n. m.. Ferdinand P. Lerxln. after a lingering Illness, dearly beloved son of Mrs. Ann Larkln (nee ntli'rsn) and Patrick Larkln. deceased. Mother of Mrs. Kat Stedman (nee Larkln), and uncle or Miss Ann Stedman. Funeral will take place from late residence. No. 201 Riddle street, Thursday, July 28. at 2 o'clock p. m.. to St. Ilrldget'a Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends Invited to attend. Deceased was a men.b.r of Met Council, No. 1, A. O. V. W. New Orleans. La., and Springfield. Mo., paper pleas, copy. METZORR-On Tuesday. July M. 1904. at 11 a. m., Little Mettgtr. beloved daughter of Christina Mettger and sister of Josle Metzger, Sophie Kit t el (nee Metraer), Christina Fllstead (nea Metager). Christ. Mettger and Fred Metz ger. at the ace of 18 years J months and 54 days. Funeral wilt take .place Friday, July 29, at 2 p m., from family rrsldence. No lilt South Tenth street, thence to St. Paul's Ceme tery. 8TRATTON Entered into rear, on Wednes day, July 27. 1904. at 6 a. m , Little, beloved wife of William Stratton and. mother of Tom and Mary 8trntton and daughter or Mathew and Mary A. Ollmore. Fune.al Friday, at 10 a. m.. from residence. No. 2307 Lucas avenue. Friends Invited to attend, interment private. Omit flowers. SUTTER-On Tuesday, July 2S. 1904. at 4:80 p. rn.. Michael Butter. Br., dearly beloved ra ther of Michael. Jr.. George. Gertrude. Arthur and William Sutter, and Mrs E. Krueger (nee Sutter) and father-in-law of Ed Krueger. aged li years 6 months and 12 days. Funeral will take place from family residence. No. 29ZI South Thirteenth street, on Thursday, July is, at 2 P. m. rrlenda and relatrrea are Invited to attend. WAGONER UNDERTAKING CO., 112T OLIVB ST. Day &r Night. II1H01 Of oca, room sl. Granite bids, donation ju. ARTHUR INGHAM GETS POSITION IN TORONTO. St. Loala Muslclrin la Successful Com petitor for Ornmitst In Church of the Iteilcemrr. Professor Arthur Ingham, organist and choir d'ector ht th.- ScottUh Kite Cathe dral and until rccontlv organist at the Sec ond Prmrtijtnlin Church, har ! n "ic it iui m u contention tor a similar posi tion at the Church of the IScdeemer Tor onto i"naila. He lll depart for his m- iu.:r ..; juj, sun aftfr his recital In Festival Hall ul the World's ttilr. which he will conduct during Aiicust. Mr. liiKhuni Btudled the organ under the late W. T. licit, organist at St. Ueorge Hall, Uvi'nxol. KwjIanJ. He came to St. IiuIh uluiut three years ago. iiiul his work in this city hus rurned for him an enviable reputation among members of the profession and the music loving public generally. MSTKit i'HA.i:i)i:s is homihkii. lleeomra Flrat Jlother (ienerml of Slatera of I.oretto. As had ben anticipated. Mother l'raxe dts w.is elected the llrst mother general of the Order of the Slsttrs of Iiretto at the elLCllon Tud:iy under the new rules of the community at Florissant. Sister Krancesea was elected assistant mother scncr.il. Sister Itoslne hecretary KUierui and Si:n.r UumatilU procunitrlx general. Sister Laurenila and Kvangellsta were elected special assistants to the mother general. The residence of the mother general will continue for the prehent to be at Loretto, Ky., the city in ivhich the order was founded. The flection was presided over by the Very Keicrend Father J. A. Connolly, Vicar General of the St. Louis Archdio cese. Toodk I.nilles' Society Eulertnlns. Frlunds and members of St. Andrew's Evangelical Church, California avenue and Junl.Ua street, will be entertained this eveninsr by the Young Ladles' Society with a box bazaar and Ice-cream festival. The festival will be held on the lawn sur rounding the church. Special Tralna to Creve Coeur Lake July 29 and SO Via Missouri raclflc. On account of the National Association of Amateur Oarsmen holding their an nual regatta at Creve Coeur Lake, the Missouri Pacific will run special trains July 23 and SU. commencing at 9:30 a. m., and every thirty minutes thereafter, un til 230 p. m.. from that time on regular trains. Returning from the lake a special train at 5:30 p. m.. another at 730 p. in., and every thirty minutes thereafter until 1030 p. ni. Trains will leave Union Station. Ex cursion tickets will be sold at 30 cents round trip on above dates. Call on C. B. Gaussen. City Ticket Agent, Sixth and Olive streets. Sleeper to Fort Wayne, Ind., Via Vandalla Line. 8-04 p. m. dally. Tearlnsr Down Old Dalldlnsa. The old buildings at the northeast cor ner of Main and Vine streets, formerly occupied by Eddy & Eddy, recently con demned by the Building Commissioner, are being torn down. The structures be longed to the Terminal Railroad Associa tion, which bought several blocks along the south side of Main street two yeirs ago for construction of additional ele vated tracks. Since the defeat of an ap plication for a franchise, most of the buildings have been rented for one year with a privilege of a renewal of leases In case the ground Is not wanted for the original purpose. "What beautiful white teeth!" "Yes. she UBes Sanitol Tooth Powder." All drug gists. Klectrocutlon In Iudiana. REPUBI JC SPECIAL Richmond. Ind., July 27. The next In diana Legislature, which meets next win ter; win be asked to pass a law- legalizing electrocution as the meana of imposing the death penalty. Instead of hanging. Governor Durbln Is taking an Interest In the matter and has been represented at some of the electrocutions In the Ohio prison. Meramee Highlands Inn and Cottages Offer special Aug. rates, $1 day upwards. Ilelle-rea Conran Innocent. J. TV. Jackson, Circuit Clerk and Re corder of Deeds of New Madrid County, Is now In St. Louis to aid J. V. Conran of that county, who was arrested Mon day on a. charge of altering a quitclaim deed. Mr. Jackson declares that he Is positive Mr. Conran Is innocent. RAILROAD EXCURSIONS. Vandalla- Pennsylvania EXCURSIONS FROM ST. LOUIS. A A OR Richmond, Ind., nnd Re 99i( turn) Tickets sold July 26, 27, 30, Aug. 1. Return limit Aug. 4, 1994. S22.26 Richmond. Va., and Re turn. Tickets sold July 30, 31. Aug. 1. Return limit Aug. 8, 1904. dtlQ ft Jamestown. N. T., nnd Re 9IOaVU turn. Ticket! sold Sept 11, 12. 13. Return limit Sept. 19. 1904. Ticket Offices, Seventh and Ollva Sta. and Union Station. Sunday Excursions. 01 7E SPRINGFIELD, Oli I J ILL., AND RKTURN Proportionate Rate to Intermediate Points. VIA CHICAGO & ALTON RY. Tickets good aolnr on train leaving Bt. Louis at Ml i. m. Sunday, and returning; on train leaving gprlngfleld at C:3 p. m. same day. Ticket officer 4th and Olive snd Union Sta tion. "THE ONLY WAY." GRIFFIN EXCURSION CHAMOIS, MO. Sunday, Jul 31, 1904. $1.25 ROUND TRIP $1.25 Stopping at Bismarck, Washington, New Ha ven, fiercer. Hermann. Gasconade and Morri son. In both directions. Trains leae Union Station 9:20 a. m. : returning arrive at St. Louis J:tO p. m. Tickets, Sixth and Olive sts. and excursion acents Union Station and Tower Prove SCHOOLS. 0V0S0 10 DAYS AT WORLD'S FAIR. DO EXPENSE IIT EITRANCE FEU. KROEGER, Plana. TOWERS SHEFFIELD, Voice. Violin. Orcaa. Art, Elocution. Send for Catalog. FOREST PARK UNIVERSITY, THE WORLD'S FAIR COLLEQE. ANNA SNEBD CAIRNS, frest.. St- Loula, Mo. Hosmer Hall &23 A Day and Boarding" School for Girls. College preparations a'speclalty. Certificate ad mits to test colleges. World's Fair opportuni ties. Address . . MISS M. H-i MATHEWS. Principal. waro SEHuunr .A?J7 th year. Fatuity N. Seminary and Special Courses. CxCtf preparation. Boarding pupils limited Ui 140. An ideal Christian home. Com plete appointments. For catalogue address J. D. HLANTON. LU D.. President. WILLIAM F. HOMES. H. J. DIKKNEITE, President. Fecrstary. ESTABLISHED IN U49. MISSOURI STATE MUTUAL, FIRE AHO MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. Of fine. No. TIT Chestnut St., St. Loals. Mo. Tel. Bell Main X771A. Tel. Klnlecn A 10M, Policies an written on either stock or mutual plan. Henry C Haerstlck. J. B. C. Lucas, si. xi. urrnwem, u. v. Tauctr, jflmTiTOlifc aafJ.l I Uaaaasl H'f UaanaafT ") m. C. Rom AMUSEMENTS ON THE PIKE. ESQUIMAU VILLAGE. GREATEST NOVELTY ON THE PIKE. Two Tribes of nniulmaui. Vox Teams, Seal Hunting. OolJ MinlnK. largest collection of arc t:c curios in the world. ON THE PIKE. SilUEIT BftBY ELEPHANT .And Larueal Mini,.. In tiic vvoi-u. si:i: Tin: 1:1 t.vis. SCHOOLS. KiitKvooi im.iTAiiY ACAiinnr. KlrkKood. Mo. Kntert uron lis IM rr hvpiember K. SH 'IfCt. Ilmllrd. thorough. Within easy tfach of WorM's Fair IVr terms and iiartlculars. atldrenn Col Kdn A HalKhl. MIKilMA I'MMAhb: INSIITUTI;, S'auntnn. Va. Collei." I'ieparator School for Olrls. Music. Art. Klncutlen, tlst jenr beclns bept. IS Cataloitue. lll'i' Maria Hindleton llu al. I'rln . Hurusror to Mrs J B H Stuart. unilTinCI I fli'lral school for )oung wo IRUH I IbCLLv men and girls; CTth r beslns Srpt. IS Faculty of Specialists In ehargs of Ueparlmruts for Kngllsh, Classics and tonil ntntalLnnguates. fclence. Music, Art. etc. Mne Cmna.lum. llea'u'lful Campus, Tennis Courts, (loif Links. Ilaskt-llall field. Apply earl); CO apullcantn on waitlnE list lasi )i. MISS II N. HASKlilJ. Prlncli. Godfrey. 1IL SEMINARY. MILITARY ACADEMY Culver, Ind. (Lake Maxinkuckce). EnlarKcd capacity. New barracks to accom modate one hundred bo n Early Applicants will hae choice of locations. Hanks next to West point In compIctencM of military equlp mrnt. ThorouRh scholastic work preparatory to college an1 for business. Write for catalogue. Culver Military Academy, Culver, ind. gvei AMUSEMENTS. saMVVVMVstMVMVsMV''sM''''' ayVaV'.tsaaJssatssaa SEE THE BIG SHOW. COL. ZACH MULHALL'S CONGRESS OF ROUGH RIDERS AND ROPERS. DELMAR RACE TRACK. Next Sunday. 3 p. m. The oiiclnal, genuine high-class show of the age depleting Wild Western Lite, la all Its thrilling and fascinating features. MISS LTTOILTjE 3MCTTX3a:LXjiX, America's greatest horsewoman In daring feats, roping wild steers, and In her bril liant performance on her trick horse. See the U. a. Government tribes of Indians and the Army of Filipinos, direct from the WorId"s Fair. Bands of Expert Cowboys in marvelous riding and roping acts. Admission. Including grand stand, 00c SCHOOLS. Weltner Conservatory of Music Established in 1897 Located at 3544 Pace Boulevard, St. Louis, Mo. ! Branches of Music, Dramatic and Operatic Art, Modern Languages'Taught. The Weltner Conservatory has THE LARGEST and MOST COMPETENT FACULTY OF ANY CONSERVATORY WEST OF THE MISSISSIPPI, consisting of FORTY FOUR ARTISTS AND MASTERS formerly of Berlin, Paris. London. Vienna, New York and other European and American Metropolitan Musical Centers. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: ilr Victor Llchtensteln, Miss Uessta Morsp, Mr. D S. DeLlslr. Sic. Enrico Compabello, Mr. Frank tVfltner. Mr. Mlro Drlamolla, Mr. Arthur Lltbcr. Mr. Arnold resold. Diplomas and Gold Medals are awarded to Graduates and Post-Graduates. f Sixty-Six Graduates and Post-Graduates Fifth Annual Commencement of the Weltner Conservatory of Music held In June, 1901, which was by far, the Larsrea Graduating Clnsa of any St. Loula Conservatory for Many Years. Conservator' is open to scholars during summer as well as winter. Regular Fall Term begins on September 5, 1904. Applications for 73 Free and Partial Scholarships (annually awarded to talented and deserving scholars) received from now on. For our beautifully Illustrated Catalogue and Supplement (mailed free to any address) and further Information, address FI1ANK WELTXEIt, Director, .1544 Page Boulevard, St. Loots, Mo. CENTRAL COLLEGE PatrtMan Mint. BeardinrntjeUa Hutted to 90. Tb I(lrlU),laefrer7 kl(h BtetiU Behoola f AM ad Kloeatlog paadact'wt y laoe-xifal prrwra Bitlfml and hnHirol ithia-I tloo. atBlldlngfl nadrri. loTeitlxaU u. Cialoa. ALFRED FKASCLlN SX1TB, Pral4cat. LsxUcta. M. I Kemper Military School scbool for Klssonrl State Unlrrnlty Army omcsrdatallcd by Secretary of tbla season. For catalogue, address University Military CkarUr418B4. NMrbuUdlna-lnel'Tateitpaikof Pnsonsl smwrrtslon and Insuncdon for bojs orer ttn. Character ' nrst tno clisracter or tne CnriaUan gmUe. man. Thtnstnirtorsandconri,aW)rOTlby th Htate CnlTcrslty, famish a taoroojh prsparaHon f or Tale, Barrard, West l'ctat, or dosuihs. COI- JOU1 B. WELCH, A. M., Priacipal, Cslastala, Ho. MFHTII I IsAI I Cni? Fayette, Mlasonrl. Under M. B. Church. SrlllKBI LULLtHt South. James C. Morris. President. Co- wlsiia vwBBBaasssiBa educational. Well endowed and equipped. Found 1837. Offers best opportunities to obtain a genu ine education at moderate cost. Advanced course in Science and Letters. Modern buildings, steam beat, electric light. Ample grounds For catalogue, address Secretary of ths Faculty. 'Kentucky Military Institute paratcry work. Gradoates commissi oaed by the State. Beaanfol and bealtnfal location. SteamiVatandelertzlclJght. One teacher to ten boys. Terms SSOO a year. rowLgR KILL ftr ynsgnksji. Catalogns on rsquest. CLC. W. r O WLEB, SasL, Bu 18 Lraasa.Ey. For a catalogue of the Oldest and Largest Mllltarj School In the Vlddla West, address- WENTWORTH SUMMER RESORTS. STOCKTON HOTEL, CAPE MAY, N.J. Faclnr the Ocean. Tba Urset and moat ipa clous on the coaat ast tbe leading houie at Cafe May. Built for air and coolness; 7.3 feet of corridor. 12 fet wld on every floor. High celllnci larse wlndowa. Thoroughly modern Ited and furnlihed. Cuisine a special feature. Particular attention to fresh sea food and oys lera. concern uy iuu urcncsira id rtew caxe and Japanese Garden. Dancing every evening v i.ou per aay ana up. a. inward. SiMcial rate or t: Eu ropean 1.00 and upward. Special rate the weea. Send tor f older. H. M. CAKB MUDLAVIA Tnli great resort open the year round. Com bine rest, health and pleasure for your vaca tion. Only a few hours' ride from St. Louis, near Attica, Ind.. on Wabash Railroad. Na ture's greatest cure for Rheumatism, Gout. Kidney. Skin. Bladder. Stomach and Nervous Dleeasea. For beautifully Illustrated magazine and all Information, address W. T,. Kramer, General Manager, Kramer. Ind. 4?2 Cool Ref r eshing WAUKESHA Combines tbe Joys of Boating. Bathing, Fishing and all outdoor pleasures -with Its health-giving waters, splendid society and first-class hotels. Pries to suit all purses. Our booklet. "Beauty ot Waukesha," Is tree for the asking. Writ, now. W. K. Frame, 21 Bank building, Wau kesha. Wis. Do You Ever 9 sup to consider the present eUlcitacy ot the TELEGRAPH SERVICE eaannamcf xrlth vhnt It was be tare the "POSTAL." emend the field? W BLAZE OF FIREWORKS! T W Thursday Night, 8 O'Clock, BY PAIN. In tHe. Stadium, West Side of .Grounds. y Intramural Cars Direct. t FREE ADMISSION TO STADIUM. SEATS Grand Concert by Weil's Band before and during the display. Many special events and attractions during the day. ,MOHMtBHHfi f.4HHHBi Mr. Fredtrlch Fischer, Mr. A. C. Elmer. Mr. Krederich Norsch, Mr. F. Shackelford. were awarded Diplomas and Medals at tho FOR YOUNG LAM Hlhrt WmM'a CIItf Id til Wtit, Cvoferrlig I tirr of B A... B S. and B L lra-TmJiTe la iDlrll. I CwYwimn nT Mmai. udtr UrtctlaavrD. P.Caarad, A M.I FdmatCIM Bscofnlrs nranarmtorr and all leadlac colltcts, CompIsU boslans ccurss. war. tB.ssospentlnntsnslonsandltaDniTsmenta Cal. T. A. Jsaastsa, tmrU Bauyllla, M Academy, A HOME SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Kacrrs.ntar tns State I'nlTtrslty. ComltMnIjments. im tin. CksrUn4 1S4T. Deamaand Pm- MILITARY ACADEMY, Lailnfxton, Mo. SUMMER RESORTS. pwVvVwVwrVVwMrVVwArVVVVtsVV Saratoga. Gbe (Branb TUnf on For Particulars, address WOOLLEY A GERRANS, Proprietors. Saratoga Springs. N. Y. ALSO OF THE HOTEL MARIE ANTOINETTE, Broadway. 86th to 7th St.. New York City. HOTEL BRANT, BURLINGTON, ONTARIO, VIA THE WABASH R. R. Located In the Garden of Canada: delightfully cool when SL Louis la sweltering. Most modern appointments, finest bathing beach, good fish ing, yachting, outdoor and Indoor sports. Ac commodations for 600. H".tf- exceedingly low. Magnificent Ballroom sua Roof Garden. Enter tainments every evening. Band Concerts on tne Lawn. Charles B. Trait t. Manager. CHALFONTE ATLANTIC CITT. N- J. Sew Complete; Ten Storleai Fireproof) AHraya Open. THE LEEDS COMPANY HOTEL MARSLAND SOUTH BAVKN, MICH., Krar the beach; boating, battling and fishing. Electric lights and running water in all rooms; privats baths. Merries m ealalsie spe cialty. Booklet. STEWART STEWART. Proprietors. ROYAL PALACE. ATLANTIC CITT, N. J. Host beautifully located, on ta Atlaatlo Coast. Open to October 1. Undsr entirely new msnsgrmsnt. Write for booklet. CHAB. B. PRETTTMAN. Owner ana Proprietor. Lyman J. T7atrcus. josascr. AMUSEMENTS. iVii0iVliVlitiiii PYROTECHNIC DISPLAY! AX THE WORLDS FAIR FREE! SEATS FREE! AMUSEMENTS. RIVER EXCURSIONS TIME TABLE FOR WEEK ENDING SUNDAY, JULY 31. Steamer Corwin H. Spanosr Destination. Day. Leaie. Return. Montesano Fri , 10:00 a. m. &:00p. m. Alton & Chautauq.ua.Sat., 10.00 a. m. 5:Wp. ra. Mouth Missouri U...Sun., 10.-00 a. m. 1:00 p. m. Montesano Sun., 1:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Every Mslit at S, Return at 11. Boat Leaves Foot of Locust Street. R.OTJN3D TRIP BOER WAR 700 British and Boer Veterans Reproducing; 3 Famtus Battles. Camp Reception by.GENcRAU CROHJE and VIU0EN Afltr Each Performance. OT O.V 'nn: 1'f Ivli-Sontli of Ferria Wheel. Speclnl Intramural Station AdmlHsIonsi Dlent'hpra, 25 Cents) Grand Stand, SO Cent: Boies, $1.0O. Children Under IS Admitted to Grand Stunrl nt US cent. OTTH PenrORMANCm Louisiain ELKS' NIGHT Friday EVEKY NIQHT Horses, wiia west AND AFTERNOON! jay in Alps ana AMUSEMENTS -ii'- ,sJr,VVVrtAjnjnruTJXrLruTjTJTJTJUVl BATTLE OF SANTIA60 Tbrllllns; reproduction of the world'a most famous battle. Tirenty-elirht mlnlatura steel battleships, torpedo and submarine boats In action: 10 rapld-nrlns; naval suns; the actual biowlnr up and slnklns of the Spanish vessels; capture of the Colon by the Ore ron and Texas. Famous Greek-fire fountain. 100 feet blah. Music by Marine Band. Performances, 4iOO, GiOO, SlOO and Oi30 P. M. ADMISSION. INCLUDING RESERVE! SEATS, 50c. Special Matinee Prices, 2Bc. (Children Half Price at All Performance.) NAVAL SHOW WEV"B PIKE meetaTVhe TYROLEAN ALPS The Attraction That Has Made the Fair. TRIP BT RAIL THR0UBH PICTURESQUE OURTAIIt, IRSIUDIRR RIDE OH HIDE. FINEST SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA IN AMERICA 100 PIECES.I M.g,c GR0TTQ TYT3E.,f:,NPaERS' The Great Luchow-Faust Restaurant. Oliernmmeriran Passion Plsr In the Church Balldlns;. Weekly Tickets to Alps. 11.00; Monthly Tickets, J1.00. SUMMER ii0intthriiirirni Summer's Coolest Spot 1 trlw t F . siMl-B7i,7'Ai- 1 aBajkCrnoj teaotESL. The Finest Summer Hotel for Families, mr msL j&. Chicago Beach Hotel Flftj.rirat.BlTd. and Lake Share, Chlcafo Bunt of stono and pressed brick; i50 larce ontslda rooms, handsomely fnrnlthed: 220 private bath rooms. Nearly 1000 feet of broad veranda overlooking Lake Mirhlgan. Teaiptlsz table, pleasant surronndlntrs. Gall, Tcssls. Bosstsf. BMUar aai Flsklsj. 10 minutes ride by I. C. express trains to business and theater district. Send for handsome new tllastrated booklet to CJeo. W. Reynolds, Manarer (tarraerly MoUI del Meats, California.) PIASA CHAUTAUQUA ASSEMBLY. On C, P. & ST. L. It. R., 37 Miles From St. Louis. THE ONLY SUMMER RESORT AND SIDE TRIP NEAR ST. LOUIS. Over Merchants Bridge. Through Madison Oranlte City, Alton and Alonr Mississippi River. Five Trains Dally; Special Reduced Rates. Excellent Boatlnr. Uathlnr. FUhlnr, New Hotel, Bathing Pool and Other Improvements-Costing; S50.00G. Now Open. ASSEMBLY NOW IN SESSION, SPLENDID PROGRAM. ADMISSION SSe. For Prqrram'wrlte or see W. O. PAISLEY. Gen. Mar.. Chautauqua, Ul,- ,, or C, P. & St. L. Ticket Office. 2M N. 4th st. St. Louis. lsaasAsssssasgssaissa Steamer City of Providence Destination. Jefferson Barracks.. Mouth Missouri It.. Montesano Montesano .......... Day. Lea e. Return. ..Frl., 3:33 p. m. E :10 p.m. ..Sat., 2:30 p. m. 5-0 p. m. ..Sun., 9:30 a. zn. 1:30 p.m. ..Sun., 3:30 p. m.' S:30 p. m. Every Msbt at S, Return at 11. Boat Leaves Foot of Olive Street. TICKETS 2 So. Universally acknowledged to be the Feature of the Fair. TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY, 3:30, 8:30 P. M. TO-NIGHT AT Bl30. Stts at Bollmtn'3. 'Watcli for the 100th Performance. Steeplechase, Scenic Railway, Dos nnd Pony Circus. Diving Show, mains ponies, BaDy lncuoator. open Air restaurant oo utner r earures. ON THE PIKE. 0titnirmei0'0n RESORTS. mmmnmSmSrttiiViman Tourists and Transient Guests is the AUCTIONEERS. k. A. SELKIRK ft CO., AUCTION AND STORAGE. Regular sal. erery Faturtlay at warehouse and general ofnee. 1X1-13-11 Chouteau arenaa. Sales In residences a specialty. Phcns Xlnlocti c :. WESTERN SALVAGE iiM and no. Wanhlcffioa avrnuf. baadlcn et Fire t,Dl Marine Salv&ie. Watcb for aptclAl notlcci. SAMt'HL GA5. Mnffr. AMUSEMENTS. a'ssssas'jsajaavksSksBlaaS(Sassal O LVsVi i-3 1 L-i OPENING NEXT SUNDAY NIGHT, WAY" DOWN EAST OrUlnal His Cast ana Production. SUIT SAI.i: Ol'E.NS TO-I1AY. fSSSS 25, 50, 75c, $1. foh.r. IMPERIAL Flrat-CIaaa Fatter Cool as the Ocean OPENS NEXT SUNDAY NIGHT AT 8 M-itlnee Hitunlar Only. David Ileluacu Presenta BUNGHE BATES - Thi Darling of fht Gods By Dall Eclaico and John Luther LonT. Sulr of Senl mt Sutnic Ob. Price) from 23c to at.QO. Good ifeiita on Loirer Floor OOc. HAVLIN'S In. Thttttr VVafra Show tor UttM Montr. Zc Matinees Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. BIG OPENING SUNDAY MATINEE WITH ANNE BLANCKE A LITTLE OUTCAST SEATS NOW ON SUE ON JOY ODEON-TlSU Evenlnas 5:3ft-r0c T:. 1.00, 11.50. Matinees 2:5) Wed.. Sat., Sun.. 25c. 50c. 7Sc S1.00. Downtown Ttck.lt Otttcw, Judas A Dolph Drue Store, ill Olive. KIRALFY'S loilttiai rarcbiti SPECTACLE E". "V. BOVITIDR.S, Composer ot liscauss' and "Alwaya." TUB nADIL'M DAXCE. You Miss the Trip ef Year Ufa II Ten Fall to Ride en the Wendertil FERRIS WHEEL The view afforded from lis lefty half hi It grander than ever teen by mortal. Free nerve thrilling? performance by the King of the Air at :i:iJO, (I :!!. Si.1l) and i3Q p. ni. eaeh day. NANA BACK TO ST. LOUIS The brilliant reception accorded to thl ina terplece cf art on lt prelou lslu to St Louis In 1S3 and 155 has Induced the manager to announce that he has arranged to tire & hort rerlfti ot Farewell Keceptions of Nana at 2t4 'OKTH UIIOAnWAY, bet. OUr and IIna Sts.. commencing to-day. niurdy. Iloun: Id a. m. tilt 10 p. rn. Admlgglon. ISc COLUMBIA THEATER. Sixth and St. Charle Sta., 1VII1 Open for the Season Monday Matinee, Ansrnat 1st, Presenting High-Class Continuous VauderHls. Prices, 15e, 30c, 50e. Reserved Seats, 7Sc. Box Sents, l.QO. crawford rasna Fenlnr. S:M. Price 15c. He. 33c. Me. Mats. Tues.. Tburs.. Sat.. 1:38. Price Sc. Sensational Melodrama cf Missouri Life, YOUNGER BROS., BANK ROBBERS, Next tVeek Katla Emnwtt, Walf of Ksw Torfc. QTiiiiiiDn-HoiioFroiiT- O I AI1IIMI1U-TW0 FROLICS MILT THE NIGHT OWLS 30 ELECTRIC FANS. SMOKING IN PARQUET. Next Week IXXOCENT.MAIDa ?a9T HIGHLANDS THB BIO PLACS ON THE HILL. COOLEST PLACE IN CITT. THE FOUR RIANOS, RAPPO SISTERS, And Other Hlfh-Ciass Vaud.vlll Acta. Next Thursday. July t, OALA DAY. CITY DRUMMERS' ASSOCIATION DAY. WEST END HEIGHTS. THE HOME OP REFINED VAUDEVILLE. TTeek of July !t: Marvelous Merrella, Brown. Harrison and Brown, Frank O'Brien. Mamie Mitchell. Ariel Natlla. Darmody. Matinees 1J0. Nlaht performances fM dally. Market street cars direct; all lines transfer. Chouteau avenue cars direct Sunday. Finest Scenic Railroad In the world. SUBURBAN GARDEN. All This Week Greater VaadeTllle Florence Sisters. Trask A Oladdtn. Flood Bros. MHO Vaage. Esmeralda Sisters. Klnetoxraph. BDrC Band Concerts. Electric riTCK Fountain. Admission to Park. JES3ELTTS r Ti"F13Mt The Filde of th. Fair and the Fair's Greatest Educator. Featiral Parade Dallv at S.-OO O'Clock. See the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Mosque of Omar. Diorama of th. Mount of Olives, th Jews' walllns; Wall, and th. Via Dolorosa. Free Guides Every 10 Minutes From Principal Gates. ADMISSION ONLY Sc EXCURSION to CAIRO DY FORESTERS' LEAGUE. SATURDAY, JULY 30, Via Mobile and OWo R. R. Leave Union Station 11 :50 p. ra.: East St. Louis 12. ROUND-TniP TICKETS. 9. RACING Fair Grounds, Vandeventer Are. and Nararal Brldse Road. Six Races Daily, Besjinnina; at 3l30 P. M. ADMISSION. Including Grand Stand, $1.09. COUNTRY CLUB HANDICAP SATURDAY. JULY 30. RACING UNION JOCKEY CLUB Indapendent Race Track. The finest eqrrpped plant In the country. Union avenue and Natural Bride toad. ' J. A. DUFFY, President. I RALP TOZER, Secretary. P. J. CARMODY, fleaeral Maaasrer. Continuous Race MeatingJ Six or more high-class races dally, cota menciriK at 20 p. m. Suburban can rtai direct to race track. O'tve, Page and Bu? ton avenue lines changa at Union aretrusj direct to the grand stand. Can anil Spring avenue lines run within too? blocks of track. Wagonettes from cars va grounds and grand stand. Faro S ceata.' 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