This looks like your Frank J. Wehinger:
(From the book found on ancestry.com)
The Book of St. Louisans : a biographical dictionary of leading living men of the city of St. Louis and vicinity. St. Louis: St. Louis Republic, 1906., p. 598
WEHINGER, Frank J., lumber; born in Tyrol, Austria, Oct. 31, 1860; son of Joseph A. and Francisca (Feinkart) Wehinger; educated in parochial schools in Austria; married, St. Louis, Oct. 1, 1883, Anna M. Stephensmeier; one son, Anthony A. Learned trade of cabinet maker in Austria and continued at trade after arrival in United States in employ of Phoenix Furniture Co., St. Louis, 1882-84, and with William Prufrock, St. Louis, 1884-90, becoming foreman of factory; in May, 1891, with C.E. Strifler, formed firm of Strifler & Wehinger, which was dissolved Jan., 1902; joined firm of Teckemeyer & Hader, Feb., 1902, continuing business a Teckemeyer, Hader & Wehinger until June, 1902, when with H. W. Teckemeyer purchased interest of A. Hader, since then continuing the business as Teckemeyer & Wehinger Lumber Co. Rupublican. Catholic. Office: 2d and Wright Sts. Residence: 2939 University St.