THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, rA! .H O
TRUST EARNS IN A
YYYYYYY HOUSE OBSTRUCTION NO ABNORMA BUILDING
A. A. SELKIRK Q. CO.,
TOP COATS MAKES 260 IDLE BOOM IN ST. LOUIS
Auction and Storage
Reirular rale every Saturday at warehouse and
FOR MEN. Wholesale Discharge of Men Was City Will Not Repeapt Chicago's United States Steel Corporation H Jllff ADkii I lU w II' JI 9 DlliiM Hflftlv
reatdenc a specialty. Thone
Chouteau ave. Bale, la
Klnloch C ISf.
Ordered in Street Depart- Mistake in Preparing for the Distributes $50,017,783 in WESTERN SALVlGc
Every popularst3-lc,i- short n
ment Yesterday. World's Fair. Dividends.
box, medium or long: cut Pamnol Cant, Manager, nt and ns Wanhlmrtoa
are. Auction talea of ealraga mercnaaauMb;rf
prays, drabs, tans and plaids
or solid blacks graceful BLOW AT OPPOSING FACTION. DEMAND EXCEEDS THE SUPPLY. TO RETIRE PREFERRED STOCK.
s w su
SALT LAKE Crrt f P rlTillTnr
OfFICt HI HAVAIUL.
Watch for special notices.
A. A. SELKIRK. Auctioneer..
hanpinff and decidedly fash-
ionable tailored by the most
nvit3.nunst. 209 N.4T55XSIL0UIS. smwwom.
P. WE STERN iiU
Inspect the splendid line we I
Every Man's Tosition Was Taken Fewer Buildings in Course of Con-
Who Owed It to Any of the struction Than f or Correspond-in- g
Bonds Wall Be Issued to Replace
It, Paying Five Per Cent In-
OUR CIGARS - u nma
Include those brands which stand highest in popular favor, and WE
A 1,50 id
m aiaf ,.
arc show- - I Delegates Who Have Stopped Period Last Year-Ag- ents' terest Directors Make
in at...v Dfc Improvement Legislation. Views. Their Eeport. SELECT THEM by securing the APPROVAL OF THE PUBLIC, to whom
the new brands we take on FROM DAY TO DAY arc promply submitted.
Call or apply for illustrated list. We will attend to your wants.
OMawager' WMli -
Others at $7.50 to $25.00. Fire Underwriters' Sale
The factlonnl fight In the House of Dele- Gratuitous advice Is offered St. Iuls by a '
gates, which resulted In the postponement the New York Tribune against the folly of HOW THE STEEL TRIST 4 TO-DA- Y AND
of action last Tuesday on seventeen street O FIGURES SET EAll.MXGS. IJS
OT3iWk Wi 1IWM1 because of the approaching
The net earnings of the United Commencing at IO A. Nl. Each Day
reconstruction bills, was carried Into tho World's Fair. Chicago, Philadelphia and
Street Department yesterday. More than Paris, France, are pointed to as terrible States Steel Corporation In Its first
year of existence amounted to $111,007- ,-
S2? We Will Sell at Public Auction - A
half of the laborers employed In the street-cleani- examples of the aftermath.
195. This amount was arrived at after O For Account of "Whom It Alav Con
division were discharged by Dis-
SoIrAjrmts for Roars, Kriuilirar and It seems that the erroneous Impression
I'Mt & Co., 5. . florgan. M trict Superintendent of Streets George B.
has been spread abroad that St. Louis is
fostering an extraordinary building boom.
deducting from the gross1 earnings
the cost of ordinary repairs, re- -
cern," at Our Salesrooms, '
In all, yji men were laid off indefinitely. Yesterday the Commissioner of Buildings newals and maintenance of plants, 714-71-
6 Washington Ave., St. Louis,
Only about 12) laborers were retained. completed his report for the month of amounting to about 10 per cent.
All of the latest creations for spring and The order for the dismissal cf the laborers March, and the comparative figures showed Of the net earnings, sinking funds The Entire Salvage of the - --,
Enstcr time nre now displayed at is to s be,
was issued immediately after tho adverse on bor.ds and depreciation and re- -
Missouri's creates! store. Here that the building for the first quarter of serve funds claimed J15.399.C95; Inter- - E. F. W. MEIER WHOLESALE
round an exposition or all that Is useful and action of a majority of the House of Dele- this year, January, February and March,
novel and nt prices that has made this tht gates on the tureet reconstruction bill?. was nearly W00.O0O less than for the cor- est on bonds. J15.200.0CO, and dividends. "HELP WANTED" ADS were printed in
bargain store Many city otllclals and citizens advised J56.017.783, while the undivided earn- - CHINA & GLASS CO.,
Mayor Wells to resent attacks mado by
responding period of last year.
"Instead of a building boom," said Sidney
lngs were J24.H9.717. The Republic in March.
SHIP SUNK IN COLLISION, obstructionists In the House. Ho listened, ST. LOUIS, MO.
but said nothing. Saturday afternoon an Schlcle. at the Real Estate Exchange, "the
ELEVEN MEN ARE DROWNED. executive official of the city drove to Mr. reverse Is the catu In St. Louis. The result New York, April 1. The directors of the More than any other St. Louis morning Inventory Value, $50,000.00
Stroup's headquarters and asked how many Is that every real estate man In the city United States Steel Corporation, In quarter- newspaper.
men who had been recommended by cer- deplores the Inadequate supply of factory ly meeting here gave formal ap- Comprising a Complete Line of
In IlrltUh Clinnnel
I'niirnirr Slrnmrr Inutlif-- VrMfl tain Delegates were In his service. sites, hotels, apartment-hotuc- s and all man- proval to the conversion plan under which
Crnt!i- Into - r
"Discharge every man who owis his po- ner of storerooms and dwellings. Rents are It is propoosed to retire preferred stock to Compare Them To-Da- Ilavllond and German China In Dlnu,i
Sets nml Open Stuck, lOO Orljilnai ?
In Thick Fort. sition to an obstructionist." was tho com- reaching the top notch because prospective the amount of $200,000,000 upon which divi- irnlej AirreU sieaktno, Hra. Adams,
mand given Mr. Stroup. The Superlntend-den- t tenants find dlfllculty In securing places." dends are paid at the rate of 7 per cent per Son nnd W. II. Crlndler U Co.'m
ere studkd thu pay roll and marked the The records of the Real Estate Exchange Kntrtlah Ware In Decontted. IVIilfo
Tnulon, April 1 Eleven men name of every laborer who should be dis- annum, and Issue bonds to a total of Oranlte and 'Ware.' ln
lrownrd ns the result nt a collision this missed, according to the instructions which were produced, and a comparison of figures with Interest fixed at 5 per cent. May Also large qnnntitr of Open slock nf
inornlns near Nab IlKhtshlp between the he had receUcd. revealed the fact that J2.S93.S45 worth of 19 was fixed as the date upon which the same rnaken. S.OOO Oriarinnl Ilarreja ,
channel Fteamcr Alma and the When the 2W men reported yesterday buildings were constructed In St. Loufc nnd Caskn of (ilaaanrnre. SOCI Cases'
project will bo submitted to the sharehold- Flasks, 2CM Canes Lantcrm
Chimney, "2.0UO irnrth of Table snd
llrltlsh nlilp Cambrian l'rinces. Captain morning to go to work, Mr. Stroup In- during tho first three months of 1901. while ers. and
Hubert, from Peru, for Antwerp. The lat- formed them that he hud nothing fur them the construction since January of this year Pocket Cutlery In Perfect Condition. --
to do and that there might be nothing until The directors also Issued a statement A Inrce quantity of Hotel China. Bar
ter tank Immediately and eleven of her has only amounted to 12,491,667.59.
crew perished. The Alma returned to
.Southampton badly damaged.
The collision occurred at 220 a. m. during
foray weathir. The Alma struck the Cam-
the war In the House of Delegates should
be terminated. The laborers protested that
they needed woik and pleaueu that the or-
der bo rescinded. Mr. titroup said he was
merely carrying out Instructions which had
"It Is not the custom of St. Louis to
countenance any sort of Inflation." said
David I". Leahy, manager of the real es-
showing that the net earnings of the cor-
poration for tho first year of Its existence,
which ended on March 31, with the last
month estimated, reached a total of
HOLLAND ROSES Goods, Cut Glass, Toys and Mason
C7"The condition of the stock Is almost
perfect, being only slightly damf.ged !iy
water and smoke. Stock will be divlled Into
brian Prlnciiu on the starboard Quarter, cmanut'd trom an official very high In tate department of the Lincoln Trust Com- Your Cboice of Beautiful Eierbloomlng Tea, Bourbon and Climbing Varieties, iuis 10 suit buyers. - -
ripping her side wide open. The snip Keeled authority. pany. "As proof of this one has only to Befoio the meeting of the directors the . . .. 2 V
over and cank In four minutes. The eleven
hauled mi board the Alma
survivors were ropes.
Mayor Wells declined to speak about the
matter jesterday. He said he regretted refer back to panicky times, when our In- Executive and Finance committees were In
session, and the Executive Committee, as
Large, Heavy-Roofe- d, Bushes, 15c each, for 2 25c. mock now on Exhibition. at.
by mcani or The steamers bowl that the laborers, many of whom need stitutions weathered tho storms, while well as the general Board of Directors, "now TO CARE FOR ROSE BUSHES" Free to each customer. WESTERN SALVAGE WRECKIH6 ABEHCY.il
were badly stove In. tvery dollar they can earn, must surfer for other communities suffered. At present wo unanimously approved the conversion plan.
The Cambrian IMIncess . was built tons at the actions of otners. Mr. Varrelmann made are needing buildings of various kinds, and Former Judge E. H. Gary, chairman ot tho EXCEL8IOR PEARL TUBER08E BULBS-Ua- Te just received SAML'LX GA5S, Jlnnaselr. j r
Houthampton in 1S77. She was of 1.2- .-
nit register, and was owned by . Thomas
& Co. of Liverpool.
a similar statement, adding that he did not
know- - the men had been discharged, though
an executive ofllcial, whose name he re-
they will be put up upon solid foundations,
figuratively, as well aa literally, speaking
beard, stated that the extra JJO.000,000 of
bonds above the J200,000,O( to be used for
retirement of preferred stock, would give
the corporation a working capital of about
a largo shipment of these they are guaranteed
A. A. SELKIRK, Auctioneer. '
fused to give, had requested permission Never Such a Demand Before. J103.0U0.OU0 to be used In any way that the tt ol
Saturday to see Mr. Stroup. AMUSEMENTS.
CLEVER SWINDLER AT WORK. Mr. Stroup would not deny that It was
Ma or Wells who called on him and Issued
the order for a general discharge.
"Buildings were never more In demand
In St. Louis than they are now," Mr. Leahy
directors might deem best. He would not
say that this Implied the acquisition of
any new plants. The legal advisers of the
PLANT'S SEED STORE, 8I4 N. Fourth Strait.
CENTURY. - im
IVkcs .'is Collector for Postal Em- contlnued, "and I want to say that the corporation laid special stress on the point amy Auaiu.ejj- -
I VaKII II'I'VI.
inree weexs mora or
World's Fair is not altogether responsible that no preferred stock would be retired
ployed' Association. ARBOR DAY IN MISSOURI. for the demand. It Is due to the natural without the consent of the holder. This CASTLE SQ. OPERA CO.
they said, would remove any Impression WED. MAT.
has been growth of the city. Our country customers, that the retirement of the preferred stock
Chief of Detectives Desmond Superintendent Carrington Coni-inend- s
especially In Texas, the Indian Territory lor new bonds would be compulsory. IMUItd. A?u MARTHA
notified that a clever swindler Is collecting
money from various merchants of the city Move Made in St. Louis. and Oklahoma, are becoming more pros-
perous every day. St. Louis is their money
PircrtorN Vote Itesrulnr Dividends.
The directors voted the usual dividends at
Ae $ fr 4 fr & $" fr "fr "fr 4 $ vv SAT. NIGHTS.
Kill. NIUHTS AND
on the repreertat!on that he Is a jollcltor llEI'UHMC SPECIAL. the rate of 7 per cent on the preferred stock SAT. MATINEE.
for the Pot Office Clerks' Association, market, and the result Is that the people ard 4 per cent on the common stock. FROM MAINE TO CALIFORNIA Prlcw. r.c. inc. Tic. II: TVed. Mat.. 2Sc. SOc. 5c il
which has hern formed for tho purpose of Jefferson CItj. Mo., April 1. State Super- of that quarter are moving hero to do The statement of net earnings showed .. lAuiiuausctiwraeD aka jui iu
procurlnK n Increase of salary for the let- intendent of l'ubllc Schools Carrington to- business." tnat record by montns was as louows:
ter carriers. day issued tho following letter concerning C. H. McMillan, secretary of the Mercan-
April, M01 J7.3".741 December 7.7M.23J
January, iwz.. 8.Vul.t;ls
Bakers Know McKinnty, Who Makes OLYMPIC. lrVtT.TO.DAVl
On Saturday this Individual called at the Arbor Day: Jkiuy 9.612,319
office of llwnrd II. Cunningham, cashier "Friday after the first Tuesday In April tile Exchange, had read the New York June
.S10.15l llirch. 190(1
(estimated).. 9.700.000 DAVID BELASCO
or the St. Uiuls P.ipcr Company, and so- Tribune's editorial, and In commentlnj August ...
licited u subscription. The man gave the
rnme of L. A. Holmes, and displayed a
book containing a long list of names of
has been designated by law as Arbor Day.
That ! next Friday, April 4. It Is hoped
that schools will have literary programmes
upon It, said that It was evidently written
by some one unacquainted with the .facts
earnings ...J1U.0S7.19S McKINNETS Warf ield ixTiiQ fiiintirmr
prominent citizens" which had opposite them appropriate! to the day, as recommended In In St. Louis. The statement said '
REGULAR MATINEE SATURDAY."''
sums tanging trum'Ju to JjO. The list was tho Mlbsouri School Journal In Its March "Certainly there is no abnormal amount "The net earnings were arrived at after
headed by I'ostmnster Ilaumhofi. llr. Cun- Issue, and that fcuch steps bo taken as wilt of building now going on In St. Louis," deducting, each month, the cost of ordinary SEATS AT 9 A. rfcr a
ningham pluced his name to the list and make the school grounds nn Inviting place.
gave the man a check for 3. To sut trees and leave them to the care of
After he was gone Mr. Cunningham be- themselves will accomplish little good. Tho
came suplclu. and called up Mr. Iinum-hoI- flout yard shuuld bo a grass lawn, tho
said Mr. McMillan, "this fact Is apparent
to a casual observr and Is borne out by the
stastlcs of the Building Commissioner.
repairs, renewals and maintenance of
The amount applied each month to "re-
pairs, renewals and maintenance of plants
BLUE RIBBON BREAD. For Sewn Appearances NEXT WEIKtvof
SR. RICHARD ' '
who told him the mnn was a faker, margin set In hardy shruboery and only a True, there Is a Wealthy amount of con- and Interest on bonds and fixed charges of
ih.Chr had not Cunningham totlfcn com- few trees. These should be so located as
plained to Chief Desmond. It was found not yard for play front view or
laphed at Halbruegger's back
to obstruct the
"Children will not cultUate a love for
struction In progress, but "only such as Is
warranted, and In fact demanded, by ex-
isting conditions. St. Louis Is growing
rapidly and in the last three years, build-
the subsidiary companies"' was about 10 per
cent. This Is the first time tho corporation
has made an explicit statement on this
THE PUREST, SWEETEST AND THE BEST. NANSf IELD
saloon nt No. 413 Pine street. plants and flowers and learn how to caro
lor tllem by having their attention called
ing operations have not kept pace with
the increase of imputation and extended
Of tho net earnings, sinking funds on
bonds and depreciation ahd reserve funds
claimed J15,39.(5: Interest on bonds,
& I ! "f f f f"f f ! f "f ? ! ! f ! f ! P,J1S " BEAUCAIRE."
I.nlinr IJnr Olelirntlon. to It once a year, or by the celebration of business of the city. and dividends, J5 017.783. whlo the nstloess
Princeton, Ind.. April 1. Iibor Day wni years In beautlf)lng the city.In the last two
celebrated hero by a big piratic. In the boys and girls, a taste In cultivating.
Tho Federation Labor ;"id all the different tiful and In teaching nature to her school
unions were In line, atier which speeches
Arbor Day alone.
VCarthnge has done much
for the beau-
"In our real estate department tho de-
mand for good houses of all kinds Is In
excess of the supply. In tho matter of
manufacturing and warehouse buildings
there never nas been u. more substantial
undivided earnings were J24.449.717.
The meeting of the stockholders to pass
upon the conversion schemo will be held at
Nlsht Prices. IS. 3. 33. 50. 71
cents. Nj higher. ?
children through competitive
by ministers Rnd other citizens flower beds, vegetable gardens, planting of and healthy demand than exists at tho
Ir. tho Odd Fellow' Temple. ornamental prtscnt tun?. ar.U the number of such DIVORCED WOMAN'S POSITION. SSoSaesl:k.lYEDAIRYFMK
vines and shrubs at tho homes.
"The efforts now being put rorth In tho
buildings erected has been too tew rather
than too many lor tne material good of the
CHORAL-SYMPHON- Y SOCIETY. Oratorio St. Paul. sun. iiat. not Tne
ueue or .New lorlt-Jppp- l..''
city of St. Iouls along the same line Is to
be commended. In view of the approaching
World's Fair to lie held soon within our
borders, when strangers from all quarters
of the globe will be our guests, Missouri
teachers, women's club", business men and
city. There Is no World's Fair building
'bourn,' and I do not recall a single bul.ding.
the erection of which could be attributed
to such a condition of affairs.
"St. Louis must build houses as Its pop-
Her Rights Defined by Appellate
Court Other Decisions.
The Court of Appeal yesterday held In
THUR8DAY, APRIL 3. 8:15 P. M.
Grand Cboros, Orchestra and Four Soloists.
Marie Kunlcel "Zimmerman, Soprano. Mrs.
Lawrence Weakley, Contralto. Homer Moore,
Ilarltone. Ion Jackson. Tenor. Charles Gal-
loway. Orsanlit, Tickets at Bollman's.
ZScnATINEB Y and Every Daygirl
ulation grows and tho actual and perman- the divorce suit' of William J. Motley iitup nurp novo lu uiepnnm u I TJ.s B!oml
all lovers of the beautiful In nature should ent demand increases. A 'building boom' r. 1Vln
BR0M0-QUIN1N- E unite In Inaugurating a similar movement without sensible limitations does not exist. agaln3t Anna B. Motley that when a wom-
In city, town and school districts. The State Sac Mat. next Lost In ittvr York. I lllld-np."- 7
Is not desired and as St. Louis Investors are an Is found guilty of acts entitling her hus-
Superintendent of l'ubllc Schools takes this conservative, there Is nothing to be feared $21,00 to
must bear the Signature of
such a movement and of
The Remedy that Cure a. Cold in One Day means ofto urgingcommunity help by way of
more definite Information ns to what has)
been done and what may bo done to make
in that direction."
More llnlldlnu- - Ten Year a Abo.
E. f. Greer of the Greer-Anders-
Company pointed out the fact that In liSi,
band to a divorce that she forfeits all her
rights In his property.
The case l.i an appeal from the Circuit
Court of Pike County, where Motley ob- -
tt flf uliiBgtg.
JOHN HARPER HAVLIN'S.
jZSonattnecs Tuesday, Tht.rfyfctttr4fjiC
&P01J?, not only schools ami school grounds, but
tho homes of tho children more attractive
and at the same time cultivate the esthetic
1Sj3, and also In 1895, for relative .periods,
there was more building done In St. Louis
i for twenty-fiv- e years and accumulated
property. He, It was said. Is worth J9.O0O to
Blc Company ssiiiiv
prmr taste of the children and train them to
habits of Industry.
"W. T. CAnniNOTONV
than ta now in progress, and It was a pity
that there was not more enterprise In this
"Demands for business houses and stores,"
J15.W0. He charged that, his wife treated
him with Indignities and attempted to poi-
After'the divorce was granted she applied
Sbn. Mat, next The Great White DHjnond.
ODEON APRIL 10th.
to Mr. Horace Clark Appleeate.
Valuable Folder and Map.
A large folder which Is called No. 21 of
tho Four Track Series han been Issued by
March II. IXH at the passenger department of the New York
?..pJn " ,h Unerend Martin T. Haw. at Central Lines. This folder bears the titles
Ft. Paul Church. Mlm flrare Outrln Uoatlne "Kound the World by Way of New York
and Niagara Falls In Sixty to Eighty
said Mr, Greer, "are greater now than they
ever were before. In consequence rents are
climbing to the high-wat-
mark. We are
renting places for 160 and 70 a month now
that were vacant half the time you year.
But there will never be what
call a building boom. St. Louis Is not built
for additional alimony while the aDDeal was
pending. Her husband had been paying her
$40 a month pending the trial. The Appelate
Court refused to allow the additional ali-
The Appellate Court affirmed a judgment
of SS01 against the Morrison Express Com-
3 DULY TRAINS.
Oburutloi Biting Cm.
FAREWELL RECITAL. ' "?
- .v A-'1".;- !
.31J m Days." It contains a large amount of In- that way. seeWithin the next few months I pany In fnvor of William P. Keamer, whole TICKET OFFICE8: c. nunALib 9ixijftu:i9. si a
formation ot a cosmopolitan character, and expect to the demand met. and that will wagon and team were Rttached by the Mor- Tlcketn-Parq- uet, SLSO; Balcony. tl.M and
be the limit. The demend Is heavy, how- rison company to pay for goods taken from Commercial Building, th Boxes. 112.00.
SPECIALTIES. an excellent railway map of the United ever, and the season now opening must of Ticket Sale Opens Friday, April i, st
States, showing the railway systems In good Iteamer. who. with his team, was employed & Olive, and Union Station. Bollmitt'svl
necessity be a heavy one." by the Morrison company.' Reamer's wagon ,
proportion. This folder Is a sequel to the
address given by Mr. Daniels before the In- W. J. Holbrook, of the Blackwelder-Hol-broo- k and team disappeared while he was gettln? 0X33003X1-- .pirlX 4 and'
Mississippi Valley Trust. ternational and serves to Congress at Phil-
debt which the manufacturing and
commercial Interests nf the country own
to transportation lines for the effective
manner in which they have advertised the
Real Estate Trust Company, laughed
at the Idea of St. Louis Indulging a building
boom. Conseratism nnd sound business
sense precluded the possibility, he said.
"On the eve of the World's Fair," said
Mr. Holbrook, "we find ourselves In the po-
a package, uney were iouna oy tne ponce,
but goods of the value of 361.40, which
the payment of the
sent to East St. Louis and attached for
goods. Reamer sued for
SAYS IT WAS
II. IJ. Gardner Explains Fight in
UNPROVOKED. ...5 GENTS CIGAR...
THOMA I.AST TWO C05CEBT8.
Ticket n M. tl and aSc
Orcheatra TO Mnflelans.
products of American soil, mines and mill sition of not being able to supply the de- damages, and the Jury awarded him IWT sale at Bollman's. ,
mand for business houses and stores. And
Ja ill Bfl sMI
investment securi- to the people ot every country on the globe. the Fair has nothing to do with the situa-
HCluaj uamiiKes. auu .wu jjumjuvc
Judge island wrote the opinion.
Mr. II. B. Gardner of No. 5112 Raymond
ties bought and sold. The man which accompanies this folder Is tion. It Is due to our natural growth. place. In reference to the fight In the Chem- JVffiM
unusually clear and distinct, and tho color- The Appelate Court. In the case of Wash
Bond list on application. ing and shading are artistically treated. A Figures speak for themselves, and the rec- Hammack. a drug clerk, of ElBberry, Mo., ical building. March 20. said yesterday,
copy of this folder will tie sent free, post- ords of the building department are certain- who was lined J15 for silling whisky, ruled after his return from a business trip to In- CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE.
paid, on receipt of three cents In stamps ly convincing." a prescription call-
that a drug clerk Ailingguilty diana, that It was not reported In accord- ance Company for T1, alleged to be due :
by George II. Daniels. General Passenger Officers of the Nlcholls-Rltte- r Realty ing for whisky is not of a violation ance with the facts. He declares It was an as commissions on one individual policy of ALI. THIS WEEK AND NEXT 8BNDAT.,
DEATHS. Agent, New York Central, Grand Centra! Company chorused a confirmation of the of the dramshop act. The Judgment was 00,000. written by him In December. Chas. a. Kllpatrlck's LllUan Burkhart A Cov I
fact that thereIs Is no building boom, nnd reversed nnd the case remanded for a new unwarranted assault without notice on the Cicle Dazzle,
Station, New York. From the Travelers' part of J. L. Welkam and James O'Keefe.
In no danger of suffering trial. Judge Bland, who wrote tho opinion, Relchea's Dots. 41
March is. 1802, at I:M p. m, Ofllcial P.allwny Guide.
Henry All, Irefoved hunbnnd of Catherine Alt
(nee Harli, and father of Albert and Loula F. SALES' WE'RE HEAVY.
and other cities did from the
erecting a host of structures before
held- - that the clerk acted as the aid to the
Mr. Gardner, however, was not In the least
He also pronounces erroneous the state-
Fatal Election Quarrel.
Mr. and Mrs. Barry.
jimorr uros. ft J lutr
Alt an4 Mrs. Phil (Jrund, Jr., aged 12 years 5 STAMP the Fair, afterwards to become a drug up- Other decisions were: ment made by Mr. O'Keefe. that he was Little Rock. Ark.. April 1. New from jauKicai inor. Kenron. fltiB
months and It das.
Tha funeral will take place from family retl-t'M- r,
March Business Largest in History
on the market.
"St. Louis needs more buildings," said Hjr JudM Bland: "let out" of the Mutual Life Insurance
Geonce B. Armitrone. admr.. etc.. app.. vs. Company, nnd explains that he did not
Tomberlln, Lonoke County, says Ben Kick-ma- n
died last night from Injuries received
15c Sc )c Orchestra, Chairs, Reamed, t?J
No. 30M flhenaniloah arenue, Wednesday,
April S. at 2 p. in. Friends Invited to attend.
Mr. Rltter, "and she will get them In due
time, and In a normal manner. Store rooms P. C. John.toh et al., ml".. Greene County;
quit until his contract had expired and
offers to renew It.
In a fight with Tom Belcher at the polW GERMANIA THEATCI
of Post Office. In Saturday's election. Belcher struck Fourteenth and Ixcuiit. Il!nrnana nod Wi
and dwellings are now at a premium, and State of MIourl. rep.. . Georxe Iwellyn.
The only reason he can ascribe for tho Hickman over the head with a stick of manager, eunesaar, pni z. oenenx iorv
DIETmrir-O- n Tursrtsy. April 1. In the it Is known to every one that the hotels of app.. Clark County: revrred and remanded. attack Is that he had filed a suit against tav Hllmr, Comedy; Comedy! DEIt HCHWJ1
of hi. or, Slax Dietrich. Receipts from the sale of stamps by the the city are crowded with the ordinary Ftate of Mlfsourt. reap.. . Waoh Hammack,
John C. Elliott and the Mutual Life Insur- - stove wood and escaped. KNSTREICI1. Comedy In four acta by fraai
Kunira Thursday, April J. at 2 o'clock p. m.. app.. Lincoln County: reteraed and rmant!rd.
St. lyouls Post Office during March were transient trade. The Increased demand will rep.. v. Morrison Schoonthaa. Sunday, ADrii AUOLFH
from the reald'nce of Mr. George Beck. No. XO
Hawthorne boulevard. Friends are rnpctfully
J2Z7.402.U, compared with 2213,172.47 for the be met properly, but there will be no boom William I Ileamer.
Coripany. app.. 8t. Loula; arnrraed.
Expres NEKTHAI and tn Tnrlnx Plaea
raoy or Inw totk. uim iiMtirc.it liivs iti
samo period last year. The Increase was about It." v. Louli:
Loulf Friedman, reP.. 8t- J, C. Punch, app.,
Invited to attend. 6. 6T per cent. M. En' I t Co . deft . -. reversed.
Will sour the sweetest disposition and
rAIIHlLltW, PT WUOW UWa.Ue
William J. Motley. r.p.-v-
Anna B. Motley,
DUNKrn-- On Tundsy. April MM. at 12:W
a. m.. Margaret Hunker fnae Guerdan). widow t Postmaster Uaumhoff said that March
was the biggest month In the history of WESTERN UNION'S PLANS. app.. Pike County; affirmed. transform the most even tempered, lovable STANDARD. "";:
the Post Office. The clerks were kept con- Ilr Judea Ooode: U 02C
tf the late C. II. Dunker. aed years W
stantly busy disposing of stamps. Slata ex rel. Murphy. r"T-- . . Gimrxe J. Jack-
son et al.. apn.. Lincoln County; affirmed.
nature into a d and irritable HOME
Funeral from residence. No. 2M Ttuirell ave- Telegraph Company Reported Ne- In re CokwII. Pin's- - Bu - v- - William Freu-dena-
PP- individual. OF
ROBIE'S BIO 8HOW, FROL
nue, on Thursday. April 1. at 2 p. m.
Charjrea Analnst Tlonnell. gotiating for Site in Broadway. etc. Uft app.. lmli: affirmed. If impatience or g are ever FOLLY KNICKERBOCKERS BAILT. '
Maurice II. Illicit, reap., vs. Simon Epstein.
OAKDEN-Mond- ay. March 21. 1902. Thomaa P. nEPUDLIC BPBCIAU app. hi. ljuir ailirnwru. v excusable it is when the body is tortured
Frkncla II. Flinn. app. .Mechanics' Building NEX ATTRACTION-MER- Rr MAIDENS,-
Garden. In his neientjr-flft- h
yenr. Terre Haute. Ind., April 1. Charges have
rvlcea from his late residence. No. been filed with the Civil Service Commis-
Insteail of bulldlnc at the northwest cor- Arsoclatlon.' imp.,' Hannibal C. ol C P.; af- - by an eating, burning and painful sore.
4587 Went Ulle, Wednesday afternoon. April 2, sioner at Washington against John It. Bon-nel- l. ner of Seventh and Pine utreetf. It wan re- firmed.
Annle A. LoTflace. app.. va. Thomaa J. Sutter It is truly discouraging to find after
at 4:39 o'clock. Interment at Memphis, Term. Internal Itevenue Collector of ported yesterday that the Western Union et al.. rwro.. Marlon county: affirnvd. months of diligent and faithful use of external remedies that the place remains
district, for alleged pernicious political thisac- Teleiaph Company l necotlatlns for the C. A. Holmes & Co.. app . vs. Surah A. Nichols
KTAN At family re.ldence. No. jm Fchool
street, on Monday. March 2L 1M2, at : o'clock
tivity in ngnginr in factional Itepubllran crtctlon of a building on Broadway at a
et al.. rep.. Lincoln County: affirmed.
W. N. Clark, reyp., v. Chicago and Alton Rail-
as defiant, angry and offensive as ever. Every chronic sore, no matter on what DIDYOUEVERSTOi
politics and for allowlnc salaries to men nn part of the body it comes, is an evidence of some previous constitutional ori
p. m, the Hewrend Thonns A. Ityan. C. M..
Government offlcnls were. It Is claim- point convenient to the Merchants' Ex- road Comiwny. app.. Audrain County; affirmed.
seed 2S j ears 2 months and it days, son ot Mrs. ed, engaged In political TVork. change. B Roth Tool Company, rem., va. Camp Spring organic trouble, and that the dregs of these diseases remain in the system; to consider the present
Patrick bowling. Company, anp . St. Louis: affirmed.
Itemalna will lie In state at St. Vincent's No confirmation could be had of the re- Jes St.A,Louis; affirmed. reep., va. M. M. May,
or, it may be that some long hidden poison perhaps Cancerhas come to efllclency ot the tete-gra- ph
Church, from 8 p. m. Wednesday until .time ot ports, but several real estate DRentn ad- app. service comearetS
runeral. Thursday, 2d Inst., at 9 ucIock a. m. 11EPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Claims SelfoDefense. mitted that they had been In negotiation the surface and begun its destructive work. with what It was before
The office or the dead will commence at 9 o'clock
Clarendon, Ark.. April 1. W. J. Ashworth with the Western Union Company, which MAX DIETRICH PASSES AWAY. The blood must be purified before the sore will fill up with healthy flesh and the "POSTAL" entered
and will be followed by .olemn requiem mars, to
fn tft11.Tl ln.ilav nnA .,., w........ . Is not disposed to erect a structure out- the skin regains ita natural color. It 13 througli the m
which the mevnd clergy snd friend, if ih nfTI
right, but desires to leas a new building the field?
family are Invited to att:nd, IntetmeSS In Cal- Sheriff Milwee declaring that he had killed
Ace Wlllbanks. Ashworth and Wlllbanks for a term of years, and direct the man- Former Secretarj of Empire Car- circulation that the acrid, corroding fluids are carried to
vary Cemtery. the sore or ulcer and keep it irritated and inflamed.
are river men and were camped several ner of its appointments. bon Works Dies of Pneumonia. Hit
M. Tierney, the beloved wife miles below Clarendon on White River. At a trustee's sale, held yesterdar, at S. S. S. will purify and invigorate the stagnant
jr the late Patrick J. Tierney Joseph
James A.. Michael II.. John P.,
and mother of .ABiiworin usea aa. snotgun ana claims to
B., Ag- have acted In
EstaU Exchange, J. T. Donovan, trus-
nold for William A. and Annie Stone a
tee 28x170 feet In block No.
Max Dietrich, former secretary of the blood when all sediment or other hurtful materials are W Every
nes II. and Mrs. Oeorce Pyser and Sister Mary lot 3769. No. 7 Empire Carbon Works, died at the resi- washed out, and fresh rich blood is carried to the diseased parts, new tisanes ttf." zs uncreated sna aoai
Aubcrt place, te George T. Wilson, for J500. dence of his George Beck of IWiH aooasuew
Duo Mtlca of runeral will be given.
to satisfy a second deed of trust. No. 3QM Hawthorne boulevard, president of
form, and the decaying flesh begins to have a healthy and natural look ; the ain.i:?.w
'JJ. SSM'.tl MAJrYTLWHrtkw
the company, yesterday from pneumonia. Several years aro, roy wife had a se- discharge ceases ana tne sore neais. The Be Tif1"!
TrtOLL-- On Rundar. March 29. 1902. at 12 a. Ileal Estate Excbansce Election. 3M IWU ana omervm. w
m.. Henry Troll, beloved hu.band of Auau.ta
Jroll fnee Itartholomew). and father of Jacob
Charles. William. AdolHi. Harry. Anna Troll
and Phllllplna Ouhrabka.
CASTOR I A A circular was Issued yesterday by the
neal Estate Exchange calling attention to
the annual election of officers to be held on
The funeral will take place Wednesday
afternoon under the auspices of the Odd
vere eoro lex and was treated by tho S. S. S. is the only blood purifier
best physicians bat received so benefit. that is guaranteed entirely vegetable.
OnrdmsTaTUt advised her to try 8. S. S., It builds up the blood and tones up the JaSnarfctaeMkr.
Funeral will take place from Bouth fit. Louis
Turn Vereln. Tenth ,and Carroll streets, on
Wednesday, April 2, at 2 p. m. Friends Invited.
For and Children.
Tin KM Yoi Hare Always Boflglt
April 15. Under the It Is necessary
that petitions for nominations ahall bo
signed by at least ten members, and such
i Mr. Dietrich was born In Worms, Ger-- l
manv senty-tw- o yearo ago and came
to this country when a young thirty-fiv-man.
which she did. Fourteen bottles cured general system as no
her and sbo has been well aver sines.
if he eairoitapptr rh
other medicine ether, bat mrA sump torn- - L '
does. If you have a sore of any kind, I lnMrmlt Ktnk ft 4m. ".
He was a. resident of yearsLouis for e 1. B. 3CABOU), S3 Canal St..
petitions must be filed on or before April 8. years. Until two ago he was sec- ftlliMrarnlartajxIriirelftralfi.')?
HICKOJir COUNCIL NO. 76. R. It a question whether the presnt presi- retary of the Empire Carbon Works, but Cohoes.IT.T. write us and get the advice of experi- - TSissiniolagles. M.tdVKI.cn;. 0
f the above-name- d council wlehlng to attend
Ui funeral of jir deceased brother. Henry Alt
Baars tho dent, Joseph P. White, will stand for re- his health failed and on account of this enced and skilled physicians for which no charge is made, Book on Blood and I XooramTlaseasa.sjew;r
nouM be at the hall, corner or Jefferson avenue Signature election. Among those spoken of for presi- and .Increasing old age, he resigned his po- - For Ml. ffiv
na l'e.ulozz! streets, not later than 1 o'clock dent are: Charles F. Vogel. E. C. Bowse, sition. Since then be has made his home Skin diseases iree, Wolff.wn.on Drur Co.. la WashlncOa I
P. tn. F. O. Zelblg and Frank S. Parker. with bis THE SVnWT 39WX1T1C CO., AOuts, Gs. Raboteaa A Co.. Brosdmr tad Tnsss I
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